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 ute, Shiles & Co.
\t\nt INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
��� WWte)Shiles & Co
OCT 3.1907    RE^ESTATE
,, 260 Cokjwbia St.- Phone 85
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1907.
12  PAGES
access Crowns Fair's Opening Day
SJSTEB ARE IN FAVOR
OF FREE TEXT BOOKS
|h One Dissenting Voice, Delegates at Convention
Endorse Resolution Favoring Free Supplying of School
Supplies to  Children���Present Manuals Condemned.
EIGHT THOUSAND PEOPLE
ATTEND PROVINCIAL FAIR
Everyone Votes the Big Undertaking a Triumph for Promoters ��� Lieut.-Governor Officiates at Opening
Ceremonies and Commends Fruit and Other Exhibits.
TORONTO INDIANS      TRUSTEES ELECTED
PLAY fINE LACROSSE    OFFICERS YESTERDAY
Eastern Boys Too Strong for Peebles Uuanimousiy Select-
Vancouvers���- Underhand     ed as President���Conven-
Shooting is Tricky.
tion in Revelstoke in 1908.
h [j,,   ... ssembling of the mem-
���i the Association  ol    British
.   .   , Trustees at the ci! ���
Kii ehaml er,
.,.,  | esent: Dr
I.,,.-    p.   Peebles,
John I'" ���-
:
Success in every sense of the word
tho children  marshalled In the play-  cr0wned the opening day of the 1907
ground.   From the time thai the two   exhibition,  and   if    blessed
Bi e gong    "������( re soun l< d  by  Messrs
The Werfl li irned something yesterday afternoon of the style of la
crosse that is played    In the    Easl
The election of officers was the
principal business dealt with at thd
evening  session  of   the   School  Trua-
equal    measure     of    good
witn   an]
fortune i
yesterday  morning. I Peck and Pee les, respectively, to the; throughout the balance of the week.
E. C. Art-bur,   conclusion of tl : assembly   in    the
L.  Thornber,   ground  only 25 seconds elapsed   On
New  Westminster; . the whole, the movement was carried
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ri<j n t h
(fell smith, Burnaby; J. N. Muir,
lers;    \v.  McBrlde,   IS.  M.   Wilt-
Vancouver; j oul in good order.
The his ball was set rolling prompt
ly at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon by or Toronto play rings around the Van-
His   Honor Lieutenant-Governor J imes couver te.nn and roll up a score of 17
Dunsmuir, who came up from Ehecap- ;;,,:iIs t0 7.   The result was a genuine
ital  especially  to  formally open  ih-- ,  ,., :.c  kl even  tile  fri-axtcls of the
the fair  will   be a  record   provincial' exhibition,    llis Honor arrived In tho Tecumsehs,  especially as the  seven-
evenl  for British Columbia. : city  a;   11:30 o'clock yesterday morn- teen goals were scored with the great-
Between   7,500    and   8,000    peoph    ins   by  special  car  from  Vancouver, est apparent ease.   Of course the Van-
when 5,000 people saw the Tecumsehs j tees   convention   yesterday     evening.
Several delegates, who had tieen unable to arrive in time to take part in
the debates of the convention, made
a .heroic effort to put in an appear*
acne before thee ballot box closed, the
following among the late comers:  (_'.
The science, languages, matnemat-
Ics and entrance classes of tne High ���
Joseph Drinkwater, Surrey;
Bei li   Stfutt, Kamloops;  Ivor C
and A.  L.  Coote,  Chiiliwack';
Hunter, and  M.  Henron, K"l- .ress seen.
E. A. Atkins, Ooquitlam; John
,; ��� ���   Ridge;    11. Q. Sluller,
ion;   H. N.  Coursier and    If.  R.
... Revelstoke; M, Herap, Okan-
iMlsslon; W. P. Argue, B.A., Van-
iw;   School  Inspector   Stewart,
(ouver; .1  .1. Dougan (secretary),
Oliver. .
Visit to the Schools.
school, together with the kindergarten and other classes of the public
school, were visited and work in prog-
E. Hope, Vancouver;  \V. II. Maelill, K.
passed  through  the turnstiles from  2   and was met at the tram office by His : C0Uver aggregation is the slowest se-1 Clayton,    U.  Ross,    Burnaby;     A.  K.
nio;  team on the coast, ami has been. Planta, Xanaimo, J. Aitchson, Surrey,
on the slide for fair all summer, yet I     The choice of president for the en-
o'clock, the   opening    hour,    till  Ifl j Worship the Mayor and President*
o'clock last evening, which was con-j J. Trapp of the society, and others.
, sidered   phenomenal for  the  opening       His   Honor  was  a  guest  at "uayor
day, - Keary's home for lunch, and in  due
The  exhibits   aiv  usually   still  un-   time   the  Lieutenant-Governor's party
1 arranged throughout the opening da.y,, arrived at the park.    The party haTt-
Guestion  of  Privilege. I ftn(j ,1,],,.,.. generally in a topsy-turvy   ed in front of the Women's building,
Upon retufh to the council ch&fflbar   condition, a fact which is well known* where  the opening ceremonies  were   COast,   including   the   more   exacting
J.   N.   Muir  sail  he wished  to bring  (|) th<3 pubjiC) wjt}j the result that the ' held, in the presence of several nun-   \,nv   Westminster   public,   that  they
forward a question of privilege With  flrst day is as a rule> unpopular. Yes-! dred people,
reference to the resolution as to ex-   terday's attendance, however, proved |    Mayor   Keary   delivered    a    short
the visiters could not have taken the I suing year fell upon P. Peebles, of
gutta percha down the field and jock- Xew Westminster, who was proposed
ied it past Gibbons seventeen times by A. E. Planta and seconded oy C.
without going some. The Indians | H. Strutt. Tbe election was unani-
have proved to the satisfaction of the
aminations   passed  on  the    iirevious ��� (ll!Xt 1}lere were a great many willing | speech,   welcoming   the     Lieutenant-
evening.     He proposed,  accordingly,
that opportunity be then given fordis-
! cusslon of tbe matter.   To this, how-
D8SS    having     been     formally   ever, there was no seconder, and the
ed, an adjournment was made to   programme  of  the   session   was   pro-
schools,   the    Inspection  of   ceeded with.
to a-eept the situation as they found   Governor  and   party,  and  expressing
it.  and  their  presence, notwithstand-   the hope that the visits of His Honor
. under the conduct    of J, W.
P. Peebles  and    L. Thornl**1-,
led exceedingly entertaining,
lit li Interest was displayed in the
ill and the rapidity with which
Iclass  rooms   were  emptied  amT
Free   Text   Books.
Maxwell   Smith   proposed   that
the
ing the unfavorable conditions, was a
gratifying augury of what the other
days of the week will be if the weather maintains order.
Tho  Royal  Agricultural  and Industrial society's annual function is very   address:
to the Royal City would be more numerous.
President T. J. Trapp also delivered
a short address, after which the Lieu-
can play the game and their stock
has gone up at least 100 per cent in
consequence.
Brilliant  Combination.
The Tecumseh
selves by their shooting and Inffividu-
al play.    Each man, after getting th?
ball, had the .art developed to a more
or less degree of holding to it until
distinguished them-! forts  t0 forwardin
! the convention.
H. Strutt. The ^^^^^^^^^
mous, after Ur. Arthur, the retiring
president, had announced that ne
would not stand for re-election.
The newly elected president having taken the chair, expressed his ap-
reciation of the honor done to him,
and promised to devote his best ef-
the  interests  of
government  of  British   Columbia   be   appropriately  called the British Col-
jBSked to provide free text books for
public schools.
(Continued on Page Eleven..
umbia Provincial exhibition, for "it
is representative of almost every industrial    feature    of    the    province.
tenant-Governor  read   the    following j he  could safely  pass it to an tincov-
B ' ered member of his own team.    This	
Lieut-Governor's Speech. phase was noticeable all through the j were chosen to serve upon the execu-
Mr. Mayor, Mr. President, Ladies and   combination play, which at most times I tive.
Upon the proposition of 1. C. Lucas,
seconded by J. W. Peck, C. H. Srrutt
' (Kamloops)   was   elected   vice-president.
A. E.  Planta  anl   H.   N.  Coursier
ayor, M
Gentlemen:
We   are  assembled
hert
1 was brilliant.   They are all fairly sure
today for   passers and quick  as lightning.    The
J. J. Uougan was re-elected secretary-treasurer.        .
.IG Of EXHIBITS
SHOWS GREAT TASTE
rk Done   in   Exhibition
Iuildings appeals Strongly
o Ail Visitors.
���   ���   la.} morning and the pre-
|s night, work was going on righl
the time llis Honor the Lleuti ..'
declared  the exhibition
��� and in.I. ed  in  Borne cases  for
S mii. of the exhibitors
I. bave bad a lot. of difficulty
allway   company,   particu-
mi iii im case of 1 Stewart, who
I i -���    of    Upton's  exhibit   of
offi ���    jellies,  etc., and   who has
'   carload of stuff  for his ex-
Bomewhere on thc road between
ilstoke aud Xew  Westminster.
Natty  Display.
���-    "   h woolen mills were al-
e'ayed fixing their exhibit till Bit-
ning of    the    exhibition.
f1 "f the . shlbitB in the Industrial
in perfect condition,
hvlnce ii greal taste on the pari
! ners,    Besides those who
���bottles,  flasks,   preserving jars,    and
���pickle bottles, made by tiie same firm,
! 'On exhibition.
���   Tea   will be  served out   by  ladies
���who  are   demonstrating the   advantages of Upton's teas and the Victoria
j Cross   tea   as   goon   as   the   water  fe
���layed on.
I-    I'ii stairs in the Industrial building,
���the space is devoted to the art de-
parrment, ladles'  work  and the  iiis-
���;bh\ of the educations."] departnent,
Art  Department   Poor.
The art  department, hoth in quan-
���lity anil quality, is far belOW those of
���ilie. p.-is; iwo years, only a few of tho
'pictures entered being really til toex-
���biiiit as works of art, and the spue
allotted being only half filled. In the
same department are several exMbf!s
of photos, which are as flue an exhibition of photographic .art as can be
produced, the' work, detail and finish
show what care' and attention has
lieen taken berth in the handling ot
the subject, and the development oT
.fhe picture.
in the ladies' work department, the
is a noticeable falling off in the uum-
���ber of exhibits, bul the quality of the
���exhi lii ai a whole is certainly very
���much Improved, some of the exhibits
���being as fine an example of needlo
���work as ir. possible lo do.    One of the'
Throughout   the   four   large  bunding^>th'e 1)urpose 0f inaugurating your an-   ball often passed down the field from
Next Year's Convention.
will be found arrayed with great care j nua] exhibition and on this occasion one   Tecumseh   stick  to    another  lnl     H. N. Coursier invited the delegates
and expense uol only the produce of   j mus( express my high appreciation such a quick snappy manner that the! to visit Revelstoke for the next meet-
of the unqualified success which has Vancouvers   were   kept  guessing.    Aring.   They coul show them one of the
crowned the efforts of all concerned, great many of their spectacular com ] finest schools in British Columbia.
exhibitors and executive alike in pro- bination plays were due to the loose j     A. L. Coote extended an invitation
duclng  the  splendid     display,   which checking   which   they   received   from ; to Chiiliwack, and read a letter of wel-
we bave the privilege of now witness- the Vancouvers,  and  with more  vig-  come from Reeve Kickbush.
the fertile lauds of the province, and
live stock from the ranches, but machinery, furniture, flour, soap, biscuits, leather���in fact samples of
nearly everything that may be gather*, el trom British Columbia's manu-
#ictorios
In.    We have here. Sir, gathered to-
Anel the event is partici- i gefher   f,.om  the  richest portions   of
by   people   from  every  sec- j 0UT   great   ,md   prosperous    provthfce,
pated in
tion of the province, from Banff and ; tbe evidences of agricultural, indus-
Feraia to Vanoouver island, .and away trial, .and artistic possiittlltles, the
up the coast, thousands flock to wit-1 achievements of the farmer, the artt-
orous opposition, which they will undoubtedly have on Saturday, their
combination flashes will lose some of
C. H. Strutt desired the convention
to assemble at Kamloops, wnich h��
said was very central,
their brilliancy. Some of the visitors j W, McBride expressed himself as
have a way of shooting underhand, being in favor of Revelstoke. When
with splendid results.   Felker has his , they got. the tram line to ChilliwaciR.
vote, the
Increased Grants Required.
W. McBride moved tnat the government be urged to increase the panto rural schools and rural 'rauufctpa !���
.,,_., _,    . i       ���r ,        -x,-,     i��e . . i tles tf> �� minimum of $o40 instead ��"
as   in  compliance   substantial rewards to every class ot   care of everything that comes his way,' *.so  ��� ,
ion    of    the  city   settler as can be found in an.v other1 providing he is expecting It.    A cou-1 annL ������  ILn..   'J?I*_.v_.'-__  f    .   '
, .,    ^     .  .        ,        _,������_,      , ,--���' .dollar for dollar,  contributed  by the
province of the Dominion.   I am sure,   ple of easy ones were slipped in pasl i ��jisti-lct"
Sir. you will believe me when I say   the man between the flags during the1
that I feel a genuine pride and idea-1 course of the game, but he was caught
..ready been mentioned as hav-1 dibits pul   in.no.  for com petition
Xhlblts, there are now displays | -oomp.  fntt  the  medical  mission In
China and shows
���ble to do in   thi
lust  whai Is pos.lt-
mat ter    of iTrawTi
The  Kiddies' Corner.
there   are   now   displays
!i" Vancouver Milling and Grain
ian5'i *, li;e lias a  large display of,
:i:"i meal from their own mills.   ���wnrl
Brackman-Ker  Milling  company      ^^^^^^^^^^^^
' "Kir stall also well filled with   ���   In the educational department there
**��  of   tb.ir  own   manufacture, ; Us a very fair showing of work, from
ui"> roots and vegetables grown, -that of the kindergarten tots   o that
s'��l'iris  seeds,   for  which  firm  <>f the seniors, and especially thai
i"'" the agents.   Nels Xelson, the the mannal class.
���"ar brewer of Sapperton, has a      '"   the machinery  hall, things are
��MM1  of his  products, while; fairly filled np and In running oraer.
'"" li  a  very  savory  flheTTlng 1 The West vapor lam,, stand Is wen
fll>ed with fine sample.,of ham, Ut and  fairly demonstrates the use
M ^  nacked  by the  B. Wilson   of the mantles as an imporim.t toe o
pny of Victoria. ' i" the amount of light to be obtained
I
ness   Xew   Westminster's  fair," which   san aml thc artist     And as we exam. | skin in thia peculiar shoot developed' they would go there,
is .gradually coming to be recognized   j,u, the exhibits in detail and compare   to  a  marked  degree,  and he is  ad-j    Upon  being  put  to  tbe
as the great industrial exhibition not | their character and  appearance with j mitted to be. the best of his kind In   choice fell upon Revelstoke
only of British Columbia, but of the   what we may have Seen in other lo-j the Hast.    Some of his shots on the
Middle West as well. calities outside our province 1 am sure j net were spectacular in the extreme.
Xew  Westminster  bas  a  fitting re-   We   will  be helped  to  the  conclusion' Bun Clark is a Wonder.
gaiel  for the institution which the it.   that   British   Columbia   possesses   as;     in  Bun  Clark  the  Tecumsehs  cer-
A. ,fc 1. society is building up. and as   many attractions, and offers .as many   tainly have a goaltender who can take
much from  choice
with   the  proclamation
council, it tu.kes at least two holidays
during fair week.    The first one was
held   yesterday.    Every   man,  woman
and child on ihe Btreet had a happy
holiday air about them, and when the
stores and offices turned    out   their
clerks at one o'clock to speed them to   enjoy  the
the    exhibition    grounds.    Columbia   now fleola
street seemi 1  chock" I  with  the holiday crowd.
The decorations of Hags and bunting, and in some places maple houghs
which the decoration committee lias
so carefully arranged, added not a
lin le to the gal i appearance of the
street. From the tram offlce to the
Guichon bote] the Hags and Btringere
fluttered ln the breeze, and beyond
thai on Columbia street, and in fact
throughout the city, appear decorations which are thc work of private
parties, Al the park everything is in
shipshape so far as decorations are
concerned, the three main nt-TTftings
being surmounted with Hags anil bunting. The electric lights whicn marT.
the outlines of the buildings at night
\ add a brilliancy to the grounds that
must bo seen to be realized.
sure in taking part in the Interesting
ceremonies of today, and with the
earnest wish that all may thoroughly
present opportunities, I
open the Xew Westminster exhibition of 1007.
The City band then played "God
Save the King." and the big exhibition  was on.
Mayor  Keary   and   Presldenl   T.   J. |
Trapp conducted the Lieutenant -Gov-]
emor and   party  about   ibe  grounds
and   buildings, showing  them  the Objects of interest, and inter in the ev-l
napping. Wheu Clark has hfs eye on
the ball, it's a devil of a job to fool
hlm. Like many other famous goalkeepers, Clarl; believes firmly in the
theory that the first thing to Jo is to
get the body in the way. and then
swing the stick out to meet the fTib-
ber. He does this on every occasion,
He piaele some' sensational saves yesterday afternoon, slopping short and
long distance shots with oa.ua] facility.
Defence is Weak Spot.
To the greal joy of the boys who
ening all repaired to MayoT Keary's I have placed their coin on the pride of
residence, where dinner was served, tiie west, the Redshirts, the defence
llis Honor left by special tram at 9:16 of the Indians appears to lie their oue
for Vancouver, from which place Be weak spot. Either they were lazy
boarded the Charmer at 11 o'clock yesterday, or else they did not be-
Jast evening and returned to Vic-! lievo that meeting the opposing home
(oria. ] was pari of the game.    Anyway, their
_  j work  was  not   in   the  same   ciass  as
that seen  on the field when Gifford,
,v Is a thirst quenching stand j from a given amount of vapor
The Daily Xews will be on sale at
Norman     Ca pie's     store
building, during tlle fair.
industrial
1     Close by  is the
Co., mineral water
Is
Bovrll
F" tu th.
"ftetmar
II ".ilar
1,1 Wtflclal u
exhibit of Cross &
manufacturers, of
Vancouver, who invite you to take a
drink of Coco Cola and then carefully
pUt a fence around their exhfbll ��o
that you can't.
The De Laval Crean. Separator Co.
have  quite a  to* Of their separators
of Victoria,  has again I on exhibition.
-vans and lnstalla.TflU. I    W. J. Copp ft Son have a fine show
the Calgary Brewing company
1 ^Mine showing of their beer.
J fraser River tannery has well
. "; 3Piace with samples of all
"r leathers ami t_Ma��
tlfrn  !,_______��� ^^^^_^_
stand  devoted to bot-
from  the  gallon size
WMII?*>M*>iM*i^^
nne
En ake h, his exhibit.
, "��� ,h" exhibits is one bv
""���" SlasB
stor
I!.:
which
works,
nstalled'fBelni     ��� -,. - .,.���..���,, Bnd
Ins   of   their  celebrated     slo.es   an
thei ranges, opposite which is the stand of
of   Xew   Writhe Victoria Chen,,c;:ir:,;anvm;h0
fb demonstrates the \io~
'^klng do�� chnlns
I ^H     nnyth'n^j
""' Is abo a full line of with
, wHtch
out   of
H   inhibiting  $
of their chemical minnre,
specimens of iho crop
and   ni'
rown tn'1'-
Official Program
Wednesday, Oct. 2.
10.30 a.m.���Indian Lacrosse Match:  Squamish    Lacrosse    Team    vs.
Brownsville Lacrosse Team
2 p.m.���Scottish Games:    Scottish Dancing;  Vancouver Piper's Ban-.'.
3.30 p.m.���Ten-mile Road Race:    Burns   of   Calgary   vs.   Chandler  of
Vancouver.
8 p.m.���Scottish Concert In Ooera   House.
8 p.m.���Band Concert and Elect real  Display in Exhibition Buildings.
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j Gifford and company are defending
: the trrrltory in front of the net. They
1 are all heavy fellows, and Introduced
something new in the way of checking, which proved disastrous to the
Vancouver boys on several occasions.
Body checking has been neglected in
the west in the past, and the Indians
have this down to a science.
Fielders Know Their Work.
As a fielder, Ollle Davidson is a
wonder. He is a sure passer, swift
runner, and heavy checker. Nothing
daunts him, his job Is to carry the
ball down the field, and he looks after
it as if he expected the twenty-three
sign every minute from Querrle. But
They found great difficulty
in Surrey owing to their being unable
to .afford the amounts for salaries
that teachers expected. The result
was that they lost many of their
teachers and had to take an.v they
could get. He knew other municipalities were in the same position.
Dr, Arthur did not see why cities
like. Xelson should not be privileged
in the same way. inasmuch as the
cities were put lo considerable expense  for increased salaries.
,1. W. Peck expressed a similar opinion.
Inspector Stewart pointed out that
nj) to Jan., 190G, when th? 'resent Act
came into force, the govern..ient had
built the schools and paid the teachers. Since the date named they hiM
handed over the management of the
schools to the trustees, and in rural
municipalities   they  contributed     $45
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Continued on Page 3-
FIRST  EVENING CONCERT
WAS GREATLY   ENJOYED
Hundreds of people assembled in
the Industrial building last evening
to enjoy the band concert given by
the Xew Westminster city band. A
long program of classic selections
was rendered with artistic effect,
while W. Morris' sang "In Dear Old
Georgia," In his usual finished style.
The band was twenty-five pieces
strong.
Following was the program:
Tanhauser Grand March, Prince of
Pllsen selection, Souvenir de Beethoven, Cznrdos,    song,  "In  Dear Old
It's not coming his way just yet. Mnr-1 Georgia," W. Morris; Colonial March,
ton at second home showed Up to good j Irish  Overture,    Durch  Kam.:f Zum
(Continued on Page light)     "* [ Sieg, God Save the King. PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
"* WEDNESDAY
Oct.
"'���'I
Come to Vancouver
and  visit our largi' completely equipped Jewelry Store.
It  is a treasure house,  wTlerein  is
displayed the  choice  of  English  and
European productions and  the latest
American novelties.
We lead in the manufacture and the
stock of gold jewelry.
Diamond buyers gain sure advantages when purchasing from Birks.
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE  E   TROREY.  Managing  Director
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RACER PELL ASLEEP      Houses
AND LOST AT FINISH ~,
1 hat are
Brooklyn Speeder Raced Two
Miles While Oblivious of
Surroundings.
Chicago, Oct. I���Because John Llnd-
quist of Brooklyn, fell asleep three
miles from the finish of the twenty-
five mile Marathon race of the New
Illinois Athletic club yesterday, he
lost when his friends and admirers
of the race, thought surely Ir. would
win. Liiiilquist was as unconscious
a- a man asleep for ihe twenty-third
anl twenty-fourth miles and had not
tin' mechanism of his legs ceased a
' .'���''������ from i!i ��� finish lie would have
ev n by a Ig margin from Alexander
Thibi au,   who  was  e ventually   victor.'
When Lindqulst finally fell at Chi-
1 ii-1' av nui . ee ; tile from ihe fin . ...
b ��� was -.. dea i to the world that no
;'": ol effort by his train, rs could
arouse bim, and although he was then
leading ley the safe's! of margins, hie
friends were forced to see other c im-
petitors   ..;    by one pass him.
At ilie beginning of ihe twenty-
third mile, Lindkulst, who wore the
emblem of tbe Svea Athletic club of
Brooklyn, showed the effects of the
tremendous strain he was undergoing.
He lost consciousness and from then
ui ran like an automaton, guided by.
trainers.
Homes
House of 7 rooms, all modern, nice
location. $3,000; very easy team-.
Ref. 27I��.
II storey C-rooni House just completing, bath room, pantry, etc.. full size
iot, lane in rear, beautiful view. $2i00.
Ref. Ml.
8-room House, modern, faces south,
very close in. $2600; half cash. hal.
1 and 2 years,   Ref. ;;17.
Cottage.. 4 rooms, just completed,
city water, faces south. $12057 half
cash, bal. (1 and 12 months.    Ref. 2. .
Xew cottage, fine corner lot, nice location.   $1700; easy terms.   Ref. 310.
ABBOTT
& HYDE
NEXT GUICHON   HOTEL, CITY.
FIVE   HUNrJRED   HOLLANDT-KS
COMING  TO  CANADA  WEST
Edmonton, Oct. 1.���Five hundred
Hollanders are arranging to come to
I .. Edmonton district next year from
Holland. This will he the flrst a i i-
- aarial contribution received hy Canada from tliat countrv. Their ao^-'
ernm nl has been employing every
. evice ia ordi r to keep the people ..;
bul the attractions an! ;- Ivau-
i... .'.���- of \v stern Canada are proving
:.: ich stronger than the- ri lucement 1
��� ' '..   home governm mt,
.   la   Immigration   is  being  largely
igi ���   :-. out   through    the.   agenci
.   I ".\ Hollanders who have come
to   f'   ,i    ind   who   wrote   to   their
.al.- of tie., wonderful advant ea. i
f ib" Last  West.
The Hollanders are excellent  farm
��� ��� -     Thi       ������. ������.��� their work mainly
' '  butter aie!  cheese making,  then.
being none in lhe market better than
t'i ��� Holland  product.
The coun':'; !n this so.-iriii of Alberta is said ire correspond very
"' Iy to Holland, and being especially adapted to mixed farming, and
the markets and other advantages
on this side being much Buperior,
those people feel that it is to their
interest to emigrate to Canada, in
a'.l probability tbey will go into the-'
Peace river count ry.
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low-
depends on what sort of Value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything tha'. druggists
sell Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columb'a St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
At our exhibit in the Industrial Hall at the Fair grounds you win
find the latest models of the Mason & Risch Piano.   Every Piano an
\\ Exhibition Special, and sold direct from the Factory to you at a
[ reduction of $50.00 to $100.00 from the regular price during Exhibition |
[| week.   A small payment down and $10.00 per month will secure you
ll this exceptional chance to own a high grade Piano.
ii
ft It Will Pay You to Investigate This Offer at Once
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HOLES ALE DEALERS IX KUriTS
AND PRODUCE. COMMISSION
MERCHANT    ::::::
CAMBELL & MUIR
t    135 Water Street
VANCOUVER. B.
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[FURNITURE!: REICHENBACH
Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures ancl
Picture Fraines. Go-Carts,    Lace   Curtains,   Portiers.   Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Sheets.   Pillow   Cases.  Blankets.     Etc-
It will   pay you to  try
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DUPONT BLOCK
NE WWESTMI.N3TER.  B.C    ���
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TEL.   73.
COLUMBIA   STREET.
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W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Weitmlrnttir. B.C
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
BRIQUETTES
M^0 man .niii    i  m h_i_���._i ���_���._����� 111 mum mil in HI * ll
60 acres in Burnaby, close to Vancouver car line, J160 per acre; 1-3
cash, balance at 7 per cent- White,
Shiles & Co- ***
H STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
....
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
82G Tender St., Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROSM
Phone 101
COMPANY,
LTD.
holesale and Retail Butchers
V.
Columbia  Street
for tm m. -. order cf meat
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New Westminster, is to Taste
Burdett's Chocolates
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t  The Finest, Purest and Most Delicious Confectionery
| made on the Pacific Slope
1  VISITORS !   Visit our No. 5 Stand on the Grounds
| X under the Exhibition Building.   You will
j X never forget the treat.
���    Picture Post Car.ls fcr Sale. Fruits in Seas' n.
i NO INCREASE IN PRICES.
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STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT'
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5 00 Goll fo.- the best !ayef
==   Cake at the Exhibition.   ===:=~'
A corellal invitation is extended to all   to visit our exhibit at the f' ION
ESDA*
OCT. 2, 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
MEN'S
HATS
TRUSTERS ELECTED
OFFICERS YESTERDAY
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Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���260  fir
<)   Hox 204, city.
pile       Apply    P,
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AMUSEMENTS
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OVERCOAT
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This is the
Dressy Coat
for men.
Some silk faced
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MEN'S
Overcoats
MEN'S
Underwear
PHILLIPS
the Wardrobe Clothier       sole agent for 20th century clothing
Mail Service
:l."
patched by 0. P. R. train at
a. in.; close 11 p. m.i
ima   and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
ly' !
Millside. No,   l,   dally   except  Sun-
Sapperton No. 1. daily excepl
Indeiy; Calgary and Vancouver, No.
I first mail C.P.R. cast I daily. Mails
ihe' above points    received    ft
i. in.
ppatched   by  B. C. Electric railway
Co., 7: 15 a.  m.:
���Vancouver, No.  i, dailyexoept Sun-
Return mail received :i a, in.
Ppatched by Q.N.Tt, train, S.4o a.m.:
I ��� lale, Xicomekl. Port Kelll,
Nlmere, Hall's Prairie, P,lnine and
pule (an imints in Washington and
f ��� also all points in eastern
'laily except. Sunday. Return
bug rive.ived at 3:30 p. m.
���Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
behead, Wednesdays and Satur-
|W. lie in. i; mal] received Mondays
I'd Fridays,
dispatched bv n. c. Electric railway,
10:30 a,
IV;
Rubberoid Roofing
********
It has stood thc test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Wrile for prices. ���:- ���'������ '~
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
in.:
ancouver  No. 2;  Victoria,  No,   1
pntral  Park,  daily  except  Sunday. I
|lll'iii mail received  at  2  p. m.
'patched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.:
JEasl Burnaby, daily excepl Sunday.'
|,ll"'ii mail.; received at 1:10 p. m.    j
Patched  by  carrier 12:00 noon:
Tlmberland,  Tuesdays and Fridays.
I('!l"'ii mail,;  received  Tuesdays  and i
pldays.
|mtcb< 'i by c. P. R. boat 1:8,0 p.m.
ll;ii|.v (doses daily at the same
time during winter months:
;;"1|">'. Westham island, Port
lulchon, Steveston, Sunlniry, ftally
rCelit Sunday. Return mails reoelv-
l" from li a
Woodward's
""'"nn mail on Wednes,lavs and
���turdays,
J Vancouver, No.  8;   Victoria.  No.  2;
! (1 Burnaby hake; daily except Sun-
'eturn maiU received at (i p.m.
lake.     Return    mail    at
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Port Hammond
K.ei  acres excellent land, situate on  Fraser river lMidfi Pitt
Meadows  dyke-
Good hous.\ nine acres cleared for crop, -10 acres slnsh-
e.l,  the rest   alder bottom laud.    Only $75.00 an acre-
, . i-  month  towards  the  salary of %bn
.-. iii���.11tii nt the teacher.   So that it
��� ���      only iiii   an,e.mil  beyond ihis that
was paid by the municipality. Inasmuch as this Act has only been In
torce a little more than a year, he
suggested ii might be unwise to approach the governmenl in the manner
ised. lie was glad to be abb- to
8 i ��� i i ill} that there bad ben more
progre -    in educational    work und
:.; inicii alltles during the pasi
eighteen months than during tiie pre-
.��� ng live years, tApplause.) Nothing |)3eABe I nil ire than to see the
gri at Interest thai trustees had taken
, in the administration <>r the schools,
and the v..!-, In which the people had
I acked ihem up,
The motion wa i carried.
Resolutions Carried.
Th    follov ���!   i���  . : itions were ad-
.. ti I:
' . on i he proposlt lon of Secretary
I.   . ..:i. si eon !<��� i by M.Heran: ������Thai
��� i hools Bhould teach more along
' ie. lustrial   and  agricultural  and   less
; on purely mercantile lines; that ed-
. ucation  Bhould centra  more towards
' rural and less around city life."
Upon  the proposition of Secretary
Dougan, seconded by E. M. Wiltshire:
I "That   it   is  especially  desirable   thai
' the children  attending    the   puWlc
Bchools of Ibis province should be ful-
i.. Instructed In regard to the various'
, forms of governmenl���Dominion, pro- j
| vinclal, municipal, anl school���in order that they may be fitted to fulfil
their duties In the future as citizens
of this province."
Upon the motion of R. C. Hodgson,
seconded by A. L. Coote: "That Sec
43 of the School Act be struck out or
so amended as to make it compulsory
for the council to honor drafts passed
by the School hoard up to the amount j
of their estimates    as authorized  by I
Sec. 42 of the School Act, and passed j
by the council."
Proposed by W. H. Madill, second-
ed by D. Ross: "That the governmenl
be requested to provide equipment for
Manual training schools."
Submitted by C. H. Strutt, second-
������! by Dr. Arthur: ������That in the opin- j
li ��� of this institute, the time is not
for distant when tEe government will
be called upon to arrange for pensions  for  long serriee  teachers."
Proposed  by J.  N,   Muir, secondel,
by A.  E. Planta:  '���That the questions
set at   examinations  for high  school
entrance be within The scope of thn
text  books and on the subject under!
ey-ieminjtion."
Passage of Arms.
In i roposing "That marks for drawing at the High school entrance examinations should be given on th'.'
work done in presence of the examiner, J. X. Muir asserted that the
better a child could draw the Jess likely was lie to pass.
The chairman asked whether the
proposer expected their, to believe
such a statement? He remarked also that .1. N. Muir had taken up I
great derll of the time of the convention and he (tbe chairman,) objected
to thai institute being made the
means of stabbing the department by
movements of this kind.
.1.  N. Muir replied, warmly, that he
was  working in the interests of tha
I children.
i     Being seconded  by J. Atchison, thi
I
I resolution  was tinaily agreed to.
Coming cf Premier McBride.
The chairman read a telegram from
Premier   McBride's   secretary   asking
: the  hour at  which  it would  be con-
. venient   for  the   premier  to address
; the  convention on  Wednesday  even-
ing.
Afler   semi"   discussion,   it   was   re-
I solved  to invite  the  premier  to  be
present al 8 p.m. this oventa.
which the meeting adjourned,
wanted -Female help,  light work,
short   hours.      Apply    New   Method
Steam  Laundry, Columbia Street-
We supply help of all kimis. no charge
^telephone 0:12:1,   Canadl in   Pactnc j
Employment   agency,   500   Cordova
strei 1  VV., Vancouver, l_|. C.
LOST- A gold filled watch, English
ease, finder kindly return to T-
Gilford's jewelry store and obtain
reward.
WANTED���Salesladj foi Llpton'a
booth, Apply Mr. Stuart, Industrial buildings, exhibition grounds.
to let Two vacant Iota for exhibition w< ek, Fourth ave. m ar gated
Apply tee R. C- Purdy, confectioner,
Columbia street, next to tram offlce
WANTED���Bright salesladies to sell
(luring exhibition. Appl;, 1). Parry,
jewelry stand, Industrial building,
e\hi. Ition grounds,
6-ROOMED HOUSE ou Eighth St..
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold Immediately; a bargain at
(1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
et Co., Front  St.
Remember, Slpprell does the neat-
esl and cheapest work In the rubber
Btamp business, also manufacturer of
Uncle  Bill Oil.
JOHN SI PP." ELL.
116  Second  Street,  New  Westminstei^
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
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 durin:; exhlbl-
' tion time it is desired that afl house-
j holders prepared to offer accommo-
i dation at reasonable rates will leave
j their addresses with Edward Hoult
i billeting agent at the city hall, where
all  information   may  be obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
i Chairman of the Billeting committee.
THORNS
AND
Orange Blossoms
The Intensely  Human Drama.
Superb   Dramatic   Offering.
Bertha M. Clay's Famous Novel
A  Company of   Exceptional   Players.
TWO���NIGHTS���TWO.
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
OCT. 3-4
PRiCES���25c.  50c, 75c and  $1.00.
��� NEW ���
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  of  Pender  and   Hamilton   Sts-
Malan & ClawBon, Managers.
The Lyceum Stock Company
FIFTH WEEK -STARTING
Monday, Sept, 30th
The Celebrated English Drama
"Monte Cristo"
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
Look Up
j.
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Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight  Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
���as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added tc his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings SI.     VANCOUVER
THE
T
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD  HORSES
Ptione 250
Eighth Streel
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
i
367   Columbia   St.
' OPP. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
after
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present  this Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :     :
i DIAMOND & CORBOULD
in. to 11 a. m.
Wednesday and Satnr-
To
fSun
in.:
Burnaby
l>. in.
'hatched hy G.N. Fyler, 4 p
southern    points,    daily except
"W   Return mail 11 p. m.
Patched by C.P.R. train at 5:0r> p.
"������' wall doses at 4:30 p.m.:
" Sl,y and Vancouver, No. DC (C
��� (,;|ri, second mall). Return mall
'���"I   at   in-..-
s     '  "'   'll.,,,,   a.   m.
JJJ^rton'   *"���   2;   Millside,   No.   2;
^' "am, dally except Sunday.   Re-
"i;ul received at 10:86 a. m.
RESIDENT AGENTS.
American Fire Ins. Co. and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
corner  of   McKenzie   and  Columbia   Sts.
German
Over  Annandale's  Grocery
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!$���������������������������������������������������������������������*' ������MMMIMWMtlHMIMf
ESTABLISHED 1SSG.
Arthur J. Scott
(Successor to Mellon & Scott)
Real   Estate,    Finance,
Insurance,
VANCOUVER REALTY
FARMS,
FIRE     INSURANCE
FIRE, MARINE,
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US.
SURETY BONDS, LIFE INSURANCE.
"In the  Bishop's Carriage."
Probably no more fascinating play
than   "In   the   Bishop's   Carriage,"   111
which Jessie Busley  will be seen a'
the  Opera    house    next    week,  bus ! Under new management, Cunningham
ever been placed upon the stage, 'or i Block.
ii  embodies an all-absorbing element;	
of criminality as Its theme, and an in- \
teresting psychological study in the
reclamation of a young girl as its story. The tale of the girl's regeneration through the master-passion, love,
is one of the most human and tatting
bits of playwrlting that has been seen
in years.
Wherever It has been seen, the
piece has made an instantaneous appeal, and the whole Western territory
has hailed the drama as one of the
most absorbing things that has -ot Tf^lg^o-fp���� lT*tr\
been seen on the American stage. The j ��� ��� Cil IS I *J4tZu \m~%Jm
east is an lulmlr.aUe one in every wav,;   ,fflce Thone m       Barn .Hnone 1J7
ROYAL STUDIO
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
,    You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Westminster
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon & Assan Tea..
��� ��� ��� ��� -ip ��� ��-i>fj ��� ��� ��� ���
The Direct Importing Tea and
Coffee Company
Phone 1252.
770 Granville St., Vancouver.
School Books
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
-AT-
MOREYS
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books are
Fine
.CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two door* from  Geo. Adam*, Grocer
F
c. c. p.". Cex s:, '?:���-:":;
including as it does such players aa
Hallett Thompson, Harry English,
George Gaston, George Richards. Virginia Reeves, Ruth Llody, -Maud -Monroe, anel Pauline Palmer. The production is fully up to thee well known
Liebler standard.
OnRKHge delivered
:vr't of iht) rttT.
Columbia 8t.
promptly  to t.ny
Light and Heavy Hauling
Off Isn���Tram Depot
i Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
I  Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
1 face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
| case, $7.50 up.
1 Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to   the    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Cbains, Rlnsrs. Jewelry, et<\, etc.
:  Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable. PAGE FOUR
l*r7)' T3E  DAILY  NEWS.
W��NES0A\
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Visitors tothe Exhibitson are invited
to come to Vancouver City and get
a list of City Business or Residential
properties and acreage.   :   :    :    :    :
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
fflces,   comer   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY. OCT. 2. 1907
ANOTHER   SUCCESS.
The it. A. & i. Society's Exhibition,
winch is also the greal annua] event
in the line of public functions in New
We8tmin3ti . has always been buc-
(���(..- .;i in the sense of being a worthy
representation of the Industries, agricultural and mechanical, of the province, an l ii has as a rule wliich has
had tew exceptions,been successful laj
all other ways also. Success in the
way nr record-breaking attendance
and receipts equal to expenditure can-
not however he' secured unless tin.
clerk of the weather Is seconding the
efforts of the managemeni. and so one'
cannot do more than say now that the
prospect is favorable: but in other
respects the Exhibition wliich His
Honor the. Lleut.-Governor opened!
yesterday, can confidently���triumphantly- be pronouncelT, as Hon. Mr,
Tatlow siid in the address delivered
at the opening, the best <jf the aeries;
and we are sure we voice the senti-
mi'iiis of the whole city when we say
thai the very highest praise is due to
the man whose strenuous work and1
judicious managemeni have secured
the gratifying result���llis Worship
Mayor Keary. Not, of course, tfiat
we fail to recognize the time and
trouble expended by the members of
ili��. board of control���bui it is the
man whose hand on the helm all
through the year who is most entitled
tn feel the success of the show a.- a
personal triumph.
New Westminster knows her own
limitations. She does not profess to
I"- able to offer people all that any
other place In the world can offer
t'i in and a Uttle over for good luck.
Bul she has hi r points. As a city of
h .nc s she is modi stly c m cio is that
she easilj leads ihe. provlnci. and she
T.fc> Prfde in the facl that she haa
matata.'.ned ]""-' P1 ice at the lc ad of
the proces'lon ln educatie n tn Liters,
In civic government, in moral standing. For the. pecullai healthtulness
of her climate, which Is a gift of na-
i'i''fv she iee thankful.    Bul  thei	
Co points as to which she is some-1
i::,.e s tempte l to follow th i bad ex-;
am de  of "blowing    her own    horn''
which is so frequently sei  before her
by ambitious rivals:  she can play lacrosse and she gets up grand exhibitions of the agricultural and Industrial ,
activities of   the   province.    Queen's
P.-];  is  our  witness.    If  you  doubt
our judgment, ye there, s e, and be .
convinced.
Revising Voters Lists.
The Hon. \V. .Norman Bole a
at the city hall yesierday mor
revise and sign the lists of
llis Honor, who was attended
Clerk Duncan, remarked that
a   very  happy   slate  of   things
that there was not a single ol
to any name on the iis;. li w
different to Vancouver where
hundreds of objections to flei
All he now had lo elo was to s
lists.
ttendefl
ning ti)
voters.
by City
it   was
to iinl
jjettlon
as very
he had
il  with.
n tho
TECUMSEHS vs. VANCOUVER m
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advantage, ami gave several exhibitions of boring in through Balf a dozen players without losing possession
of the rubber.
Adamson, the  Repeater.
Tin-  home  players    who appealed
mosl  Btrongly  to the    lacrosse  Cans
was Adamson, the Inside home man.
Standing always within a few feet of
the goal, he has a marvellous control
of his stick, and rains in goals witii
a gatllng gun precision.
Without hardly moving a muscle,
Adamson will catch a swift pass and
with tliat peculiar undershoot swing
will make the net bulge, always placing the- ball in such a position that
jthe goaltender will swing wild.
I 'I'he underhand method of shooting
,certainly    bewildered    Qibbons;    he
wouldn't see it at nil. AH lie could
,see was the total on lhe diminutive
.SOOre hoard getting bigger and bigger,
No Grandstand Play.
, Tiie' liiili'ins eln noi play lo the
grandstand. They attend atrlotly to
ilu. business in hand, anil no one man
ever makes an effort In earn the salvos of tiie onlookers. "Shoot if you
have  a  clear  lie.Iel.  pass  lei the other
Exhibition Visitors
Souvenirs
fellow if need  be, lint  abovt
ail   ki'vj
A small e oy named Perc; Grant,
whose parents reside near the park,
met with an accident* about nin ���
o'clock last evening while riding cn
his wheel near ihe- industrial leuilei-
Ing. llis bicycle collide? with a wheel
ridden by another hoy, and" no!h wer..
thrown to the. ground, Young Granl
was picked up in an unconscious con-
iliiinii ami carried Into the' building,
where he soon after revived anil was
taken home. The other boy sustained
slight Injuries.
Spectacular Fire in  Hills.
Hot Springs. S, I).. Oct. 1.���Spark-
from an engine of the local Chicago,
Burlington & Qulncy train .set Bre to
the grass alniig tiie brack near Ersk-
ine, about six miles west of here. The
fire soon spread over a wide area, destroying thousands of acres of pasture
land, millions of feet of standing timber and stacks of hay almost without
num her.
The town of Cascade Springs was
threatened for a time but the fire
turned to the east and is raging 0'i
the flats and tlmberland.
.possession of the ball."  Them's Kleir
.sentiments.
That Eastern spent who said that
ilie Tecumsehs did nol dn any slug-
.glng will have lei take ii all back. Five
of the Vancouvers will In' wedTlBg
sticking plaster decorations today,
while lwo eif ihem hail |e> have, gashes
s iwn up on the field yesterday, 'lin-v
eliel not come by their injuries because
of body checking, either.
M. Whitehead, of the. Tecumsehs,
was injured in the last quarter anl
ha 1 to he carried off ihe field. He
.was seized with cramps. Bturfltfled
and fell against the Iron support of
tin1 Vancouver goal, wrenching his
knee cap. He may nol he able to
play in Saturday's game mi Ihis ac
.'���ount.
Strong Team?���Oh, No.
.   Although it w.as reported from Vancouver  that  their  team  would lie the
.strongest  that   they   turned mn  *Tlis
.suinmer. they were fully as weak yesterday  as  they  ever  were.    Some of
the   men.   notably   Cameron,     almost '
refused to work, and McConaghy and
Weat  also   were   nol   effective.     Thej
checking  was  altogether    of  a   poor!
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Nexl Tram Office
,Why Pay a Doctor of Ophtha:-
(Jtfl^-'mology $5 to $10 and another
like fee te> an Optician foi jlassi a
Dr. Hatherly, o ir optician and Doctor
of Ophthalm dogy, does the work of
both charging only for tli" glasses.
PRINTING
i [ave j our printing d ine in
town by ihe local mo lern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS  BLOCK
ADVERTISE  IN' THE DAILY  NEWS
$10.00 Per Acre
160 Acres in Langley
SOME   GOOD    TIMBER THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   14
SECTION ON THE MARKET        GOOD    TERMS       EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,
New Westminster,
OUR
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6?-*��ii
Johnstons
Shoe House
Piano Exhibit
LIMITED
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fit: i
4V
You will find here the largest
riV
CUTOMS RETURNS
SHOW BIG INCREASE
Compared With Former Fig
ures, September Duty Collections Lead by Thousands
I
The growth of a city can best be
judged by the Increase In the customs
returns of duty collected for a given
period of time. For the month of
September, Unite, the customs returns
of New Westminster were $7,388.06.
The customs returns for the same
month this year are $11,704.15. Thia
means an increase of exactly J4,-
116.09.
For the quarter ending Sept. 30,
the figures this year are $41,941.27,
this bein gan increase over last year's
figures for the same period of $10.-
070.64. These figures prove conclusively the solid growth of the city of
N'ew Westminster during the past
twelve months, as duty collections are
a fair criterion of a city's trade and
commerce.
The figures for the yearly returns
are expected to show not only a large
increase over last year's returns, but
also a record increase for any city In
Hie province of British Columbia during any period of twelve monTTis.
stock ol Shoes in this city
We operate two of the largest retail shoe stores in
British Columbia. We buy for Cash, therefore are
in a position to undersell any other shoe dealer in this
city. We can save you 10 to 20 per cent, on your
shoe bill. Why pay more to others? We invite all
visitors to our store this week. No finer goods can be
bought than are right here. Whether it is a Dress
Shoe or a Working Man's Shoe we have them. Pay
us a visit.
Johnston's Bi�� Shoe House
/
This year at the Greal Fair"dl
etter than ever.    We Inviti
li - eel  the beautiful li  trumi
dis] lay at our booths.
STEINWAY & SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER P^m
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS]
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER  "'
W. M. Waitt & Co
LIMITED
VICTORIA  AND VANCOUVER
The old;cri  Music  Hoeise in a
J. H. TODD,  Local
Agenl
YOU   REQUIRE *
NEW SUI)
Come over and sec our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWAfl
Next door Hotel A��>��r
VANCOUVER
The Sign of the Big Electric Shoe, Columbia St.
500 Cord of Ian Bark
At the
rraser River Tann
eft
Highest Cash Price
Pai* Usdav.
OCT. 2, 1907
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
HQV F-vtr    *
.��tSa-___-_____
M. SMITH
T. H. SMITH
fte Cash Stores
Grand Display
AWAITS  OUR
isitors
Bigger Stocks to select from, more selling space,
louble the staff to serve you properly whether you
ire ready to buy or not.
Hundreds of Handsome
Coats
Mannish Scotch Tweeds, Black, Blue, Green and
Brown Beaver Cloths, in lengths from 48 to 52 in. at
$6.50 to $50.00
Splendid Skirt Stocks
iMisses  all  wool   mixed   Tweeds   at  82.50,   $8.50,
$4.50 to $7.50 ���
Skirts for women. Our assortment is the largest
lin the province, moderately priced, carefully tailored
garments, several hundred new styles just in, amoiig
them pretty mixed dark tweeds and plain cloths,
pleated and strapped, only a few days from the
makers hands and when they reach the Cash Store
they're quickly sold, so be here early!
White Wool Blankets
We wish to rush out as many blankets this weeklas
possible and make room for other lines. To do this
we are offering special reductions. All goods guaranteed during the Sale, just the same as when you
pay regular prices.
267-271 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C
Meals at  Windsor hotel will he 36
een-   during exhibition week.
Tin- earliest batch of Bpring salmon
iat the Harrison lake hatcheries were
i hatch, d out early  thri  v. I
Fur cut flowers, bouquets or l'un-
' erul designs telephone T Davies &
��� Son, li. ri'v �������
l  male   _ females; escaped, 1 mule;
in hii,,,,:! ii .1; e lose iei tie- month, ::i".
males,  11T females;  on probation al
th" e-;.,s,. of the month,  :'.!  mules,   is
females; 1 ital under treatment at ibe
close    I  the  month,  44'.i  males.   136
femal
/      ��� ���      .
The B, C. cigar touches the spot.
lctions  jfri.-t:   to  Mm   l>>
in.::!,   while   th?   bitter  affixed     hiw
1 nl that
as th t of a  mbun lerstandlng
thai  : ���     .1 arrest, d.   Tfie -1'
��� ��� i by Love, $50, v .- p ild
in full. Th.- tickets and other properly   gtO 8 by   I.ove Ts  again
in possession of fa.   rightful owners.
Guns for hire- at Geo   u. Speck's.
Trapp block, Columbia street
Watch for the fakir who asks you to      Both   parties admitting    thai   tbey
waii for your change.   The species Is   were te> a civTuiii extent  wrong and
The government has declared* Friday a school holiday in Vancouver in
order tei -tive the children of that city
an opportunity to see the children .
BpOItS   at   tlle   exhibition.
NOTICE TO  BUILDERS
Tenders (whole nr separate 1 will bo
preseni at tbe fair, anl was meeting   agreeing te settle their differences in   received up to noon of Oct. 10 for com-
wiih  some  success  yesterday  after-1 an   amicable   manner   brought  to   11 pletlon of resldeaee for L. McQuarrie,
IKJ-SKJ
noon and evening,   Get  your change
right  away.
Dr, T. ll. Levey, dentist, Crescent
club building, Columbia street.
Ladies' hairdressing parlors, over
Welsh, store; entrance on 6th St. ���*
Doctors Walker and Kenny have
novi removed from their consulting
room al the corner of Canarvon
Btreet and Founh bi reel to offices In
the Ellard hlork. ovei H. L. DeBeck'a
store   . 1] osite the posi  1 fflce.
For all kinds or cut flowers and pot- |
ted plants, see Tidy, tbe florist.
The marriage of Alexan ler May
and Mabel Adeline Osborne tookplace
al .in residence of the bride's parents, Sapperton, .en Monday evening,
Thi .lemony was of a private na-
ture, only lntlmai frlen'ds of the tarn-1
iiy assisting. The Rev, L. Thomas
officiate l.
The genuine articles���tbe B. C. and
1 Old  Sport  cigars.      For  sale  by   all
Brat-class dealers.
Miss Walker and  Mr. Ben Waddell
wlll  sing the duet,  "Lassie, wad  ye
i loe me," at the Scotch concert.       **
j
Richard   'I'. Love,   formerly  of  thej
Ram eau  Stock  company,  who    has,
been prominently ln the  spotlight  for
tbe peist few days because of the
criminal pioc. cding - .-n'i :'e ! against
hlm, ict'i yesterday afternoo for Seattle,  where he will Join  a  theatrical
company.
The  Elite  brands    it.   C,  and  oil
Sporl cigars.
Two H. C. E, R. nterurban cars collided near Central Park station yesterday .afternoon about four o'clock,
the .rakes on one f the cai 1 fusln ;
to work at the critical moment. The,
vestibule of both cars was conslder-
a ly damaged, bul fortunately noon.'
was Injured. Traffic was UeTayed
only  a short  time.
R. Morrison, gold medalist, northern :
c amies of Scotland competition for
two successive years, will sing at the 1
Scotch concert- **
1
over iwu thousand pi iple came
. ,.'������ from Vancouver yesterday for
the purpose of attending the provincial exhibition, the chief attraction to
them being the Tecumseh-Vancouver
'..icrosse match.   The B. C. E. it. com-
���; ���   has made arrangements for thej
handling of from six to ten thousand
eopl ���   ������>.   day   over their   Interurban
line.
ilcar  Ben   Waddelll,    the    lamous !
L'tior, at the Scottlsn concert.
Prospects Cor over twenty million
s ickeye being hatched at the Harrison Lake hatchery are good ttlTs year.
At  the preseni   time, there are over
.-.ii million of ;';. tiny Ashes, and
all of them a;.;.; ir tei 'ee- strong an.l
healthy. Last ye ar. about this srinic
dale, there were only in the neighbor-'
hood of two million hatched sockeyes
at the hatchery. Better weather conditions and more Ash are the reasons
adduced.
Scotch concert, Opera bouse, Wednesday.   Reserve your scats at Ryall's
Charles Feeney, n B. C. B. R. motor-
man, and a street seller bad a windy
argument yesterday evening near the
Windsor hotel Feeney    Insisting    on
getting $1 change oul of a five dollar
bill which he had handed the smooth j
talker.   An appeal to a policeman had
to be made before thu vendor of cheap 1
goods would consent to part witli the
money,  he  claiming that he had not
received the five dollars.    For 11 time!
the crowd surrounding the principals
threatened to do bodily harm to the
Bpleler, but order was finally restored 1
What about that endowment policy 1
in the Mutual Life of Canada?   It will |
pay you to see S. \V. Bodley at 280
Columbia St.    This is the solid company.
i
The return showin? the number of;
patients In the public hospital for the
. Insane during the month of Septenv I
; ber, 1907, are as follows:  ln hospital ,
ftt  beginning  of  month.    816" males,
ll4   females;     admitted     during   thc;
: month, 10 males, 5 females; discharged without probation, 5 males;  dls-
ri.ar.'rid on probation, 4 males; died,
edose the prosecution of Richard T.
Love, bj Henry Esmond, who a tew
days ago laid a charge of stealing
tickets againsi the former stage dir-
ectoi ol the Rambeau stock compan:.
Love ilgned a memorandum to the
effeci that he. ind misunderstood lb I
esq.
Plans and s;iecifications may be
Been al L. McQuarrie's office, Front
sireet, ami at, my office, Sixth Btreet
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
C. II. CLOW, Architect
Our Suits
march right out
M"R' SWELL  7>"RESSE"R.-
OVR SUITS MA"RCH "RIGHT OU"R. FI"RST "BECAUSE THEV STAJVD ALQME AS "BEISaG MAVE
OF THE   BES1    MA.TETt.IAL   AjM)   "BV   THE   3EJT
WO"RKMAM-
THEV     MA"RCH     "RIGHT    OUT.   SECOWTO    "BE-
H
CAUSE   THES'   FIT.
THI-RD: THEV MA"RCH "RIGHI OUT "BECAUSE
WE TiO MOT "BELIEUE IM "RO"B2HMG THE MAM
WHO COMES TO QU"R STO"RE AM) GIVES US HIS
CO.NlJ7>EMCE.
WE WILL SELL VQU A ��15 SUIT FO"R ��15.
WHEM WE CHA"RGE VOU ��25 WE GIVE VOL A
SUIT OF CLOIHES WO"RTH TWEMTy-FIVE HUM-
"D"RE7> CEMTS.
WE "REMEM-BEft. THAI VOU A"RE HEALTHV
A.VX> HAVE MA Mi? SUITS TQ BUV IM THE
VE.A-RS TO COME.
ll
OeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
Opposite Post Office. New Westminster
cf the kinds of insurance I write:
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE  STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE        (
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let' me quote you a rate. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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i PAGE
THE DAILY NEWS.
WE��NE8DAY ���*
i
The
^dison
^Phonograph
THE     lipO^
* Acme. M!_Wr
V iZJl  ,;.*/ zM r^t. �� a
LOOK
REALISM
N
The boy is right in his surmise,
although his method is more
forcible than reasonable.
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
Every Record means an extra selection by the band,
We have 3000 Records ror you to
choose rrom.     See our exhibit
at the fair.
J. H. TODD
New Westminster s Music House
FEMALE FAIilN HAS
CHILD ACCOMPLICES
Toronto Woman Shows Little Girls the Pathway to pRQNT ST.
Crime, Living on Proceeds, j .	
McQUARRIE
Real Estate Brokers
Phone
Insurance Agents     Financial
FRONT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT S
ri��enti
r.
Toronto, Out. 1.���Is Mrs. Elizabeth
Maloney, 179 Jarvi#street, a female
Fagln? Her 1 ..-year-old niece Bays SO.
The woman is charged with receiving
stolen property trom little Bertha Wilson, her 12-year-old niece, and Ifryear
nil Irene Drake, who was arrested
Saturday afternoon iii the TTSaton
store  by  Detective George Kennedy,
?xc:i-
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
bouse
while they were engaged in the
Ing operation o! purse snatching.
.Mrs. Mahmey was arrested by Detective Ke lined., at her home' yester
day, upon information furnished ; :���
tho   children.
Bertha Wilson told the detectivi s
that her aunt bad sent her out toateal
and reaped the fruits of her crimes,
whi ii were extensive. Tho little girl
toi 1 that she henl given the woman
ovi . $100 she had Btolen from the
public. Once her aunt bought ber e
little fur ruff oul of the proceeds of
$30 which slie tool, from a chatelaine.
So far from being an amateur, the
child is an expert pickpocket. Sean i
of the premises on Jarvis street unearthed a great deal of property for
which the detectives want owners.
1C0 acres, less 3V4 for new railway,
Township 4, See'.  11;  all bottom land,'
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40   acres  under-drained,     ditched   all
round and fenced around aud through
centre;    5 room house;    barn 40x73,
sufficient  feed for about 300 head of
on Hamilton street, j Btpck     p.< ,. ^QQ.   Uvn[. ���.,,..,,,,,,,
rue::  bal. i" suit purchaser,   One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
11< ������' irds an l Thomson house, Carnarvon streel; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, SO acres clean I
emi partly fenced, good house, barn
and Btable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to he' arranged,
ri., ACRES, Block 9, Loi No. 2, Dis .
Lot ^; soutb side of the river, nea
bi Ige,    $3C0;  half caah.
2   LOTS,   132x132, N.-W.  conic,   i
10th Street   and   St. Andrews,    1'. Ie a
$1050; half cash.
2 lots on Sth St. between Bth und
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sizeel, 66s
Full i
of  Regina
avenues, -,-.
$-100;  half
4  Lota
13th stn   ���
Idiri
|<
L8d
t
lt| .���
-ib cash,
CRUEL   MOTHER.
This Woman Left Her Babe On a He
Stove.       '
Montreal, Oct. 1... A case of
terrible hearllessness, resulting in
death, lias corny to light from the
death of a two-months-old baby. A
Mrs. Hal, who came to Canada three
years ago, and whose husband left
her, has since been living with a man
named Mooney, Two months ago a
baby was born. About ten days ag '
Mrs. Hall walked into the house of
Mrs.   Telford,   tbe   godmother  of  H
child, anel put the half-naked baby on | and lean  too  16x22;   barn  30x32 an
the  fire and  went away.    She nev<
I roi ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
all modern Improvements. One lol
from car line; iot 66x132' l'rice $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments-
8 room house, ail modern Improve-
in nts, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on lime.
:;>_. acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, nol a
stump on it. now in grass, 28 ri aring fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good largo barn, D-
nHini house au l barn and large chicken house for about 250 chick'..ns;
good well; ne.ar to school and tram;
all fenced.   Price $3500-. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and ?! i Aj r I
following, or ri'ri" cash.
3 Lot 66x132 ft., S. \2 of S, lane at
buck, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal, 0 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
, Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
.CO, close to new tram line extension.
! $1200, half cash, half six months.
Block coiner of Fourth avenue and
i Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Ixit   20,   block     B   facing     i_:iri:  h
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
I street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way ahout S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
lj acres roughly cleared aud fenced;
1 1-2 story house lbxL'S, lean too 1 !x2S
2 HOUSES
:"'.   erti n; :,
shed  and   I   .
shed.   $1000 eac
ance easy.
ot,Kear,8jj
��� I   mM
:-.
I
77 r.s   ACI
ploughi d .-.
E   ri Sect.
c;i.-h, oni  ���
months,
*?5 Per acre, oiJ
7 l.i i'i s   12
I   lots  clearei
house, 17.*. i hickens; fenced
price $1500,  .
���
I
6 ACRES
Lot   16,   ci   :.
an I   Brunette  .   .
roomed   be
kitchen and edrooah; pi
ed;   < iui. ��� : . , :   ...'.
hi
���    -\
��� dining!
132;  Nos. 9 anl   12.      Price $1000 for   heated by
both, half cash, balance easy.
Ij   bearing
fi iii
ririririri
well; .-
trees; coasidaJ
Block, corner of Auckland & lltl) Sf. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
stock ready to pi; nl out; iskepb
5 acres eli ten d,      I - timber ojg
mainin ���  acn ;    all fi need;   ,t
trom scb ol.    Prici   S300C: bail s
bal, In <i month   al : p ���.��� cent
1   Lot BSxi:
$800  cash.
4th avenue, 134I
LOTS,   5, ti
full -:.Kb\
cleared, upper side of 5th Avewtl
tween 1st and 2n I Streets.
' !each.
Price*
1C0 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between  7th and  Sth avenues.
came hack, and Mrs. Telford, after
attending as best she could to tbe
child, sent it to the hospital, where it
died.
NEW SHOES FOR WOMEN
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk hmise. small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$0000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
2 houses corner of Merriva] and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31
lot 11; one house rents for $25, thi
othi r $10; flush eloeets and all con
nected with sewers.
Cash $2,000, halance in
months at 7 %.
4 LOTS, 2 lots fre.111 Ir. Street!
Cth Avenue on south si'..   No
37 & 38, full size.    Price JUOOffl
four, or $300 each; half cash.
The Edwin C. Burts shoes are the
finest ever seen in this city. Our
new fall stock is here. We invite
all visitors to our exhibition to call
and inspect them. They are shown
in a dozen different models of dress
and shirt wear.
They have all the styles and character that good shoe making can give
them.
In every point of quality they are
fully equal to the best bench made
shoe.
They are smart models for young
ladies, and the more conservative
shapes for ladies who desire them.
These shoes are sold only in this city
Double   tenement  house, Iti
1st and 2nd St.;  1 lot,   Price Jl
cash half and half In 6 montMi
Price $3,500. I Rents for $10 each tenant.
C, 12 and 18
40 acres '_. sec.on 11. N. U cl
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B 'of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from t'rii
Lots  14  and   15 of  1 of 6    of     41 Ha worth road, Surrey;   house
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 | *V4 storey house, 3 rooms flnlr1-
cash, balance C months at 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash,
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
other 3 can be added upstairs;
shack;   I'i   acres cleared and I
11 of j with clover, red; fairly 1   -
.One  mile  from  shingle mill.
$1,200;.   terms   balf 1 ���ash, balanci
I nionths at 7 'ri
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C LOTS FACING 4th AVE., ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
Six lots, 50x150, outalde city  limits I    Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Bio
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   partlc .iars  on  132x132 corner 100 feet square;
houses drawing $2> :������������: 11. r.'h.
$5,000, half cash, balance in 61
nionths.
160 S.E.  li of Sectl >ti 26, ri-.|
llou.>e aud cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenclng to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance G
and 12 months.
This property is only \'.> mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
enquiry.
Centrally
situation;
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, (lush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lol
00x132, with lane in rear; part of lol
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,75'..
JlriOO cash, balance arranged.
1C0 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres  at *ly each-
cleai od;   barn  50 x 30;   sta hies, etc.; !     One and one-half storey house!
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,0001 fuU  s|ze ]0t, situated north siHj
HOU3E and LOT
located in a commmandlng
Third   avenue, at   foot   ol ! 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanakaoj
running through; good road; oae
north of Webster's corner; sl
mill and P 11. at the west 1 ��� rner;
ber worth $7 per acre; . ii ib��|
4 miles from Porl Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, h��
ranged.
Large lot anel two cottases oil
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Bothreti|
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acre
faces
Royal avenue and corner of MoKiU
Btreet; 9 rooms; bath room, botl
cold water, closet; woodshed;
bearlg fruit trees; streets on *
sides; fine view. Price $1$
cash.
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man*
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.
casn, balance easy.
Pari of lot 369, joins Lake Coi
about 70 acres, only JIT, per
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots N'cs. Sl to S6 and 96, 2
on Sth nvenue, next to Ounns ranch, I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
4 lots cleared without a stump; small Lot facing 2nd St., between Q"1
house, chicken house, 175 choice a��d 3rd Ave., second lot from Q��'
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.   Ave-:    52x122 feet; all clearefl
Lots IC, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price  a,ong9i(1e an<1  ,,nrlf-     PrW'
$500 for three or $175 each;  i._; cash
balance G months at 7 per cent.
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halt cash, halance easy at
150 acres improved land,
Full sized lot on Royal avenue   be-!and shei,s c��mpleto, near Clorefjl
all clear-1 a" uruler cultivation, $15,000.  "1
can   handle   this, don't  delay; l"|
Subdivision of lot 40, block C, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $10C0); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, al $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2XS5, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, en Keary
street, Sapperton; lents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17. is, 19. 20, 21, lace on 16th
sheet and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
;v e 1 n Fourth and Merriva]
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
N'o. 30S.���S-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; \i>
cash, balance 3 and C mos. at 7 %.
' No. 806.���9-roomed house, With hath
room, corner of Cth nnd Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms % cash, balance
3 and C months at 7 %.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House  and
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   '_.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ',
Xo.   312.���S-roomed   House   and
room, Agnes St.      Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and G mos. at 7 %.
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres  under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring;  house IS x 22; frame harn 30
x  32;   14-post  frame house  and  co.v
stables, three in all, stable S gows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
bath
cash,
bath
bargain; terms can he arrange"'
WFor the above lour proi��'r:IMl
special price will ba made to one fp
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between|
and 5th Ave.; 2 single' and I Jl,'a
bedrooms upstairs, and 1,:ltl1 r0..
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
chen and pantry. Full sized let jffl
ning back to Ash St. Price 53'*
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 l*'r )f
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Flftb a^I
north side  ���   ' "'���-' ""* Se   ���
streets,
each or $1100 for the three.
Full  sized lot, north side of H
- a FifM!
side between First nnd Se^'J
s, No. 5,  6 and 7.   P>'lM '1
il Ei?1
llton street between Sixth a
streets; $225.
28 acres on Mara road, Buf��_
$160 an acre FOR A FEW ,ef
ONLY.   One-quarter cash, balw
and 2 years at 7 %.
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1 lot No. 24 on 13th. stre*' ���   1
rice $200 ��P
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Block 12 on 12th St.,
side of 4th avenue.   Pr
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acres timber, nr and cedar, never beeu
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
^ rm���f The0'? 1C X 24; H^iaVlnt1;"  PrTce"$2,600, on*
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 '    4 lota ����
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cash, balance 6 montbs at 1 < LsOAY. OCT. 2.  ���7
THE DAILY NEWS.
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..  , oW COUNTRY BOOT 8T0RB,a wide varietj ������
Fool
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j        ...       mtry wear we have th,.  Dick Waterproof Bool   , t
.... Giencaim, at  $4.00;  th* Northampton, al  $3.50 ., $4.50 ���
we specially  recommend as just right. ���
flies' and Children';. Boots from the fl neai to the strongest,   iv, ���
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 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd.	
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A "Helpful Frii'nel     Dr.  J.  G rail am-I're
Another "Helpful" Friend       Mr.  A.  H.   Ken lull
"I'.niliarrassed"   Host       Addington-I.ear
1 His Wife (arriving, to him, unexpectedly!      Madam Addington
Their  "Unexpected"  but.   welcome guests,  who will  render Vocal'"an.l  In
Btrumental Selections.
Overl ure���Sh&ufspiel       Symphony Orchestra
Waltz���Busueno      Symphony Orchestra
March���Chi->t' Executive      Symphony  Orchestra
Quartette���The Young Musician      Apollo   Quartette
Follow directions
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 1
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Cleared   Lot
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for
Mr. Geo. A. Wood
Mr. A. H. Ken'lall
. .Mrs. Arthur Ray
. Lyric Quartette
B. .1. H. Carelinall
.  Mr. H.  .1.  Cave
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 207 ���
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Tenor���Troubadour's Song (from Robin Hood)  	
Baa o���Armourer's Song ( from Robin Hood)	
Plan���Valse de   Concert	
Q       ette���Estudlftntlna    	
ri.jiin���tal  Romanze;   (b) Mazurka   Mrs
������nop���I Love You 	
Contralto���(a) Song ot Thank living;  (in Sans Toi .. Miss Eileen Magulre
Quartette���The Toast   '  Apollo Quartette
Mezzo Soprano���Rec. and Air, O Luce eli Quesi "Anima" (from Opera Linda 11 Chamouinlx)  Madame  Addington
Herri.ne���Love the Peddlar     Mr.  .1. Qeo.   Lister
Duet���Sous les Etoiles    Madam.' Addington and Mr. H.J.Cave
Quartette���Magic  of   Spring   Waltz	
 Madame Addington, Miss Magulre,    Messrs.   Cave  and     Kendall
Mrs. Arthur Ray. Accompanist.    \
$750.00
$400 cash, balance easy.
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'ITAL $ 14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
ighoui Canada and New .uundland, and  In   Lon.lon,  England,
in !..  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
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FURIES IN THE ARENA.
Tbi* Wrestling MatcUeii Between W��*
II < e-:��    111   .Jr. p.'I II.
Describing   a   wrestling   match   be
tween women In Japan, ;i writer says;
"The wrestlers arranged themselves ln
two sides eacb led by a captain. They
sat cross legged ar.n-.ud the platforo. ;
lu the dirt, : .. but thu two chosen tu
begin,  who advanced Into the center
with the' ui .'������'; ���-.   11 ey 51)11 itted upon
i.e.-ir iii;  und  bowed   to  each  other
Blowly and solemnly.    Politeness thus ���
being (ulfllled, they stood up again and
bent  over  op] isite  one  another  like
two gamecocks, watching intently fur
a chance to seize an advantage.   Dur
ing the preliminaries the aud ence was ;
tense with expectation. Then suddenlj
the  women   sprang,   hissipg   at   each
other   furiously   and   gnashing   their
toi'tl:, at flrsl by simulating ferocity to
spur themselves tip ;.' greater excitement,  but,  after a   tow  clutches,   in
deadly  feminine earnest,  the umpire
meanwhile buzzing close to them ms
they swayed around the narrow ring.
���'Ar.y and .ell holds seemed fair moans
tei the end of pushing a combatant oi ei
the edge. Sometimes with a clean
throw one woman landed ber opponent,
sprawling, In the midst of her friends.
This was the Bignal for the umpire to
begin, 'Hitotsu, tutatsu, mltsu, yotsu,
Itsusu' (one, two, three, four, Bve), in
a series of Irregular and disconnected
squeaks, and before he ceased count
lng another wrestler from the losing
side jumped up to meet the 'champion,
who stood panting, hissing and spitting
like a boiling kettle in the center of the
arena.
������This time there were no preliminaries. A wild rush, and like two furies or two boasts the women were
struggling again. Some affected quids
dutches, some locked their adversaries
In their arms aud stood stock still for
a full five minutes. Some picked up
their opponents almost at once and
threw them bodily over the ring, while
others rolled over with them."���Chicago
Sews.
AMERICAN ART.
PALISADES FORMATION.
Allie-el   In   Time   fine!   Type   tn    Mom..
Holyokt'  nnd   lap**   Illomidnn.
The complete height of the cliff wn.-
much higher, originally, for the glacier
that buried North America down to
this latitude eroded billions of tons.
which went to the upbuilding of Long
Island, trap bowlders being common iu
tbe soil cf Brooklyn, and 1 have found
on the top of the Palisades opposite
Bpnyten Dnyvil glacial groovings and
polishing, that have survived the presumptive 15,000 years since the glacier
tnelted. The outpour of this mass fron'
a volcano whose crater we cannot so
much as guess In this day was tronien
dotis. and ii eau the Hudson and Hack
ensaok Valleys asunder and pushed thr
harbor several miles to the southward,
while related activities thrust: above
the surface, either as downpours or up
pours, the- thousand miles of basalth
hills that chain the Carolines to the
Bay of Funny bo that our Palisades
aro allied In form and time to Mount
II :he.ke and rape Blomld in.
To the mineral igist our Palisades do
not yield as much of Interest as we
find ia the rotting trap of Paterson, a
few miles away, from which have been
taken the largest prehuites in the
world. s.>a green and wonderful; royal
amethysts, halls of silky pectollte anc
quartz pseudoraorphs that copy thetn
bat we find in these cliffs ocnasioua.
duplicates of the columns that mak��
the Giant's causeway and Flngal'i
cave���geometric shapes of three, four
five, six and more sides, not a result ol
crystallization, as was once Imagined
for trap is a rock, not a mineral, bul
of lateral shrinking when it has cool
ed.���Charles M. t     mer in century.
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ror QUALITY
the Delta land cannot be beaten- One acre of tnis rich, river
bottom land will produce as much eas three acres of high
gravel land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain;
S acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture, C miles from
thi3 city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury post office
and boat landing, ^4 mile from school, has a five-room house
in good repair, barn and chicken house. 2 cows and 40 hens;
good waterfrontage with wharf building, boat and net, 80
young fruit trees, a good range all conn, .ected.
Price  .   -   $2250
$127)0 cash,  balance in one  year.
Hale & Lane9
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Box 26S
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We welcome small accounts and pay interest four litres
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HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
AL10X.  LAIRD, General  Manager
A I.KER, President
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
l^'V  fsclllty  afforded- Farmers for    their banking  business.    Sales   Notes
c;-ried   or  take.-,   for collection. ' , ,.
Du.Ban���  '<v MAIL-Deposlts  may be made or withdrawn oby mail
���ot-town iitcoiiuita receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-ril. K. DAVIDSON, Man.g.r.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
fhe Wny Men nf Moans >lny Tromote
Iin Advancement.
It is an encouraging theory that all'
Important art epochs have been rirc-
oeiled b.v epochs of great wealth, and',
. lt cay well be that the present innltl '
plication of large fortunes will be the]
foundation of a more ideal condition
of society, affording, as these fortunes
d.>.  the support of extensive  artistic j
undertakings, as did  those of Genoa
nml Venice.  Atiel while it would be Is
sensate folly to till our museums exclu I
glvely with work by Americans, it It
more :i tul more to be expected thnt our
: artists will profit by the showing thej
make In sueh collections as tbe earn
parative exhibition of a few years ago
lu which they belli their own with tor
i etgn masters of tho satin' departments
The firsl way. therefore, to bel;
A.merleau art is to buy worthy pictures
by American artists. Our rie-li men-
particularly our new recruits lu this
class--sheiii I bear In mind thai an ex
blbltlon of, let ns say, the Society of
Americnn Artists, bas as bi^'b a stand
ar^l of admittance as the Paris Salon
and is likely t.) contain less trash, nni
that, purely ns a matter of Investment
to urge im blgher motive, it pays to
tiny the best American work.
Another way for those who wish by
their wealth t > add t;> ibe' pleasure of
their countrymen is to glvo or bequeath
a portion of it to a museum for the encouragement eei' native art, nnd to be
of the Llghes't efficiency such a bene
faction sbiiiilil bp without coudltlon, >i
ts said that lu Huston it Is not respectn
ble to die without making a bequest '.>
Harvard 'university or ibe' Museum ot
Art. Certainly thnt city has an euvia
ble reputation for the unceasing, evei
vigilant ojvic pride and solidarity that
made Emeraou exclaim e.f it, "Thoti
lariins town of om*!''���Century.
No Pure <;<>lil In Dae.
"Gold when refined from all Imparl
ties," snid a jeweler, "and alloys of inferior metals is denominated pure
Tbis means gold of twenty-four carats
and tbis is the standard recognized by
the mint master and dealers In gold
As a matter of fact, however, there Is
no sold so pure. Gold of twenty-twi
carats is about as pure us it can be KOt
It has two parts of silver or one pan
of silver and one part of copper. Tin.
copper darkens tbe color of gold, wbil.
silver lightens ii in color. Twenty
three' carat paid is occasionally Been
Which means a balf carat of silvi".- ano
of copper, ordinarily eighteen carai
gold is the bes! gold than can be bad.
Certainly it Is the best for jewelry, for
pure gold, as it Is called, is i ... Boft au 1
Will wear away much faster than tb-
owners of ll desire,
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MAYERS 6f PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
���Phone  105.
*��_en ��*H,
Stoves which concealed tho lire wen
In us;.' iu Greek and ttoman Iiousk
liobK Tbe ancients also employed!
open tubes of metal or eartbeuwar*
aud, in addition, boated their roouii
witli charcoal braziers. Grates for Um
burning of coal were employed rwd
centuries ago In Great Britain. M-iny
thousands of patents bave been taken
out upon stoves ami ranges sine*
Franklin and Count ft^mford pointed
out the waste' of fuel and of beat in
volved in open fireplaces.
'i'-it-  Tun  Lady   Siotoristn.
Tbe two great motors were r-ulleu
.;;: In front of one of the bb,' dry good?
stores. One lady was entericg hei
Rachlne; the other was getting out.
'Hello, Gladys!   Out tor a spin?'!
"Yes; Kind to see you."
".lust   ran  across   your  husband
block above."
"You did? How can 1 ever thank
you enough?"���New York Press.
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The Effect.
"Mathllde, throw that poor beggar a
i.rown."
"Ah, yes, he looks very unhappy."
"Not on that account, but the Meyers
are watching us from their window opposite."���Win tier Sal ..nvitzblatt.
B ULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 8:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars. Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 134. NEV/ WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Ast, Seattle, Wash.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
OCT
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Visitors Welcome
Visitors will be made welcome at my offices. I have fitted up
Visitors' Rooms, where you may write your letters, rest or read the
.laixrs. .._. ,. .���...,���	
Meet Me at Kerrs
Arrange to meet your friends  at  Kerr's offices.
In the Kitchen���use WINDSOR SALT. It is a serious
mistake to use common salt Use
the fine, pure Windsor.
160
JUDGING Of STOCK
IS NO LIGHT TASK
WJ.KERIO
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Third Expert Has to be
Called in Before Winners
Can be Named.
PIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE  $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON      13.085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION OF  LONDON       12,166.666
LONDON  AND  LANCASHIRE       12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON  AND  GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not necessary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
PAPERS
YY/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
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Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland la 1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest award on tne first
ballot, and if there had been any higher prize offered the .Monarch Kange
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily	
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
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yesterday was a very busy day for
the Btockmen ai the exhibition, ��� who
from early morning were bard at work
getting their animals into condition I I
enter the prize ring. No one who haa
not seen it would believe the amount
of work required, outside of the regular care and attention, to pul the
finishing touches to the toilet before
an animal faces the judges. No fine
lady, decked oul in frills and lai e
has more time and attention Bpenl on
her toilet than is spent on the grooming of a candidate for championship
honors.
Care cf the  Stock.
To  those not  acquainted  with  the
ways of  the priz-  breeder, 11   loom
curious to see a greal strapping Clydesdale stallion,   staruling  sixteen  or
i seventeen hands high, stand with one
of bis hoofs in a foot bath while his
groom washes and scrubs his fetlock
i for ten  or fifteen minutes ancl  theii
! spends another ten or fifteen In wiping it  and  drying it  out thoroughly
In a  box of sawdust.    Next conies a
; thorough currying ami brushing'to remove every speck of dirt, and final"...
; an artistic platting of the mane and
j tail, a.s fancy or fashion may dictate.
There   is  not   SO   much   time  spent
j over  the  toilet of cattle, possibly be-
i cause by nature they are not so wriil
j adapted for decorating, but when you
see ,a fine bull swinging past in  the
I parade of prize  stock, with his hair
all  laying in   nice   little    waves,  you
may be certain that his attendant has
not got that effect without many hour..
', toil and trouble.
Bath   for  the   Pig.
Even the pig, whose name is used
I as an expression for dirt, must hav..
; liis bath  before being judged.
i     The result of all this care and at-
: tention   was   fully  demonstrated  yes-
I terday afternoon  when the start was
| made in judging the Clydesdale stai-
1 lions, three years and over.    Dr. Tol-
'< inie,  of  Victoria,  and  Ur.  Swenerton,
; of  Vancouver, were the judges,  an i
! when then ine magnificent Specimt ns
of horseflesh  were   paraded    before
, them, it was evident that they had ���;
hard job before them to pick out the
best of the bunch.
Hard Work for Judges.
The horses seemed in the pink of
i condition, and with their glossy hair
j and proudly arched necks, with mm'
1 and tails carefully platted and adorned with  little rosettes  In  the "aiest
fashion,   each  seemed  to  have  mi le
up his mind that he was the partlcu-
' lar IT.    Certainly it seemed lo slftke
the judges that way, for they walked
up and down, up and down, tini" and
again,  first,  stopping at one,  then  at
another,  moving one up and  another
down,  for  quite  a  time;  then there
was a consultation and  three of the
j horses  were picked    out  as   having
I some  particular  points   betti r  deft I-
oped than the others,    Another consultation, anel finally Dr.  Black,  wh i
had started to ju Ige the llghl  horjes
in the adjoining ring, was called oyer
to assist.     After a  long discussion,
tbey finally placed the contestants In
the  following order;    First,  Brown-
Spots, Shannon Brothers, Cloverdali
second, Earl Seaham,Rlchmond I bus
Breeders'   association;    third,   Royal
City, H.  M.  Vasey, Ladners;  fourlh,
Dean   Swift,   PembertOD   stock   faun:
fifth, Premium Prince, ll.  M.  Vase ���,
Ladners.
After they had filed out, the two-
year-olds were brought in. ami Acme
King, I. A. Turner, of Calgary, was
awarded first; and Bulls Eye, T.Mercer, Brandford, Ontario, the second
honors.
Judging Postponed.
Owing to the approach of evening
ami the consequent failing "'Sj^ father judging was postponed unui'nine
..   . ,-];  tbis  morning.
Early in the day W. K. Austin
brought in his herd of 14 Ayreshires.
also six Chester white pigs and a
Southdown ja;.,.
lu the dairy exhibit things also
;-. em rathei slack, only two exhibits
of creamery butter being entered���
one by the New Westminster creamery, and the other by the Glenbrook
reamery, ol -Mission City. There
ai , .. e a few exhibits of butter by
Individual makers, but nothing Into
the number of entries in past years.
Bread  Looks Good.
in the bread competitions there are
not so ; lany i atri< s as in former
���, ars, .i the av< rage quality is far
betti ������
In ' ottled fruits thi re is quite an
Increase in the quantity exhibited and
as fai  as looks go, the trull is well
��� rved and looks tempting enough
for  any one to  eat.
Apiarists have Bent In three Honey
exhibits.
Fisheries   Exhibit.
Andrew HaJkett, who is in d-Rrge
of the Dominion exhibit, has by dint
of hard work, got everything Into
running order, and visitors can now
see the development of the young salmon from the ova to the fullylorme l
fish in all its stages.
Long tanks have ieen arranged
across the west end of the main building, through which a constant stream
ni fit sii water Is kept running In order to as nearly as possible reproduce
the actual conditions under whitfS the
eggs are naturally hatched. In file
first tank the eggs are just beginning
to show the germ of life, in fhe sEape
of a little black spot on one side; in
the succeeding tanks the spot has become longer and larger, until fiVe o"gg
begins to show signs of breaking.
Then conies the young fish, but still
obtaining nourishment from the egg.
and the last shows the young fish fully develojied.
It Is necessary to keep the fish of
a siz" together, as  were they mixed,
��� the  larger   would    soon     devour   the
smaller.
The exhibit also shows many pro
vincial   birds and   fishes, stuffed  and
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si ;  up in life-like attitudes.
Cologne, Oct. 1.���The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Madgeburg
Zeltung states that the Cossacks on
guard over the Peterhoff palace Bur-
prised last night twenty armed ruffians, twelve of them wearing military
uniforms, in the woo��ls near Poterhof.
it is supposed the;, intended to at-
tack the Imperial palace.
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
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Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.    .
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p, m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city Hue.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at. 6:30
a. m.
Sunday 8erv.ee bait-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
...IMPROVED FARM...
!)0 acres, 70 acres cleared and u nder cultivation, or  in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom   land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2V_. miles from to wn on tirst class road.   The land produced 3Vi> tons of hay per acre this   year and other crops in proportion.
THIS   SPEAKS  FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00, Easy Terms
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Reynier's  Kid GI
The Best Made
We are sole agents for this  woi id  famous i;
oves
ml the
Increase of business in our glove departmenl .-��� I
ling this Glove of Quality. lg ^M
There is a satisfaction iii Belling a good glove lhat's*tii?^J
we eell Heynier's.   Lei your nexl  pair be a Reynli .,,,,,    ,.''"''1
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sinewing all the new shades.
Boiiev.il. a  short  glove,  shown   in     shinies    0f    :.   ,
rreen, tan, mode beaver, brown, etc., per pair
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Long Glace  Kid Gloves. 12 an I   16 button lengths, |n tan ,
mode black, and white, per pair   $3.oo.oV��|
Long  Undressed Gloves, 12 and   16 button.  In  black, whites  Itn
I"'1'   i,:iil     ' S2 25 tofjiol
Reynier   Hand   Sewn   Suede,  in   Bhort lengths only, wlthou
nices! Qlove BOld;  per pai''-'      ,}~L
Picque  Sewn,  per  pair       $2.00 	
Short Glace  Kid. per pair	
   $1.25 and $1.50
Cape Kid, per pair $1.25 & $1.50
Leather   Lined,   per   pair..$1.25
if there are anj gloves j u
want which we have not mi n-
tiniie'd here, ask us about them;
we  know   who bas theni.
����tf.D PRIX, PAR,S
A Few Suggestions about New
Clothing for Women
Probably many who read this advertisement maj need Some n.��|
article of Woman's attire in a hurry  this week.
To those, these few suggestions will be appropriate, ln-im. mere-l
ly thrown out as a base announcement of a few of the varied lines ����
new ready-to-wear goods now being shown. We Invite all visitors IM,
the city to make themselves at home In our store., and see a few oi I
the long contemplated improvements which have been carried out
A Fur for Every Woman
and Child
So many have remarked upon the large assortment of n<�� Funi
which we are showing. We are certainly showing the largest raagcl
we have ever shown, ant! they eare priced right this year, ten- . :|
upon their having been bought right.
Infants' Sets in  Bearskin or    White Fur, each    $1.25 to $5001
Misses' Fur Scarves, in all shades usually  sold  in  the cheaper audi
medium priced goods; each   $1.75 to $7.5.1
Women's Marmot Stoles, m mink colorings and finish, a choice range
and economically priced, in lines which we can recommend fo;
wear; each   $4.50 to $37.501
Other makes of Purs, such as  bear,   sable,     genuine   mink   marten. I
etc.,  we  show from, each.. $12.00 to $75.01
See the New Styles in Women's
Neckwear this week
Any costume i.s Bpoiled by an old or soiled collar being '>'   n��'it!l
It.    Ther.   is such an exoulslte range of dainty styles, mode 11]
ceil, thai there ls no excuse for careless dressing in this respeel   l[
new lot jusi  in. in time for exhibition.
Lace Collars. In all styles, eai h    25c to $i-5tl
Turnovers, in over 50 designs, each       10c to 75c
Chiffon Collars, in hundreds of colors, suitable tor any kind of ��''''
each       35C to $2.'!
Silk Shoulder Scarves, Ihe newest scarf shown, in Ice Wool, Shetland
Wool, Silk and Lace;  many  e;i|] tbem Motor Scarves; each 	
 50c to $3.53
THERE ARE MANY NEW ARRIVALS IN THE READY-TO-
WEAR DEPARTMENT.
New Coats and New Skirts have arrived this week, also Suits
and Blouses.
This department is situated in the new store which we haveju'1
occupied, Miner by ilie main door, where you will be dire '��� j l��
this busiv section.
Leave Your Orders for
Millinery
We have had a strenuous time in the Millinery Departmi
lng the past week.   Some orders were not filled just when ]
but we did our best to get orders out on time.
Xew lines are coming in from day to day, and wants are
filled from our immense selection in stock at present.
Leave your order at once, and we will endeavor to have
when needed.
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your liaI
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - . New Westrcinst�� ?CN
��SDAY. OCT. 2, 1907
THE DAILY XEWS.
PAGE NINE
The White is King
OF SEWING MACHINES
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it runs light, and sews right.
Vibratory���Rotary���Automatic.
Watch f.ir our large exhibit and demonstrations in  Fancy   Work at the
Bl     fair.    Upstairs in main building.
^ Machines delivered t . your door in
any place in British Colninb a.
Vancouver Sewing Machine Exchange
Iranvi
le Main   Store,  Cor    Granville   and  Robson streets.
Phone  1487,
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rURNITURE
LINOLEUMS
WINDOW BLINDS
BABY CARRIAGES
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BEARS THE HIGHEST
REPUTA TION.
782 Ki 78b
Granville Street, Vancouver
PHONE  209 I.
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a source of disease.
���WIN   lh.-   Mun   Who   Dloim   ��in��V��
Iliroimli  I!1b NoKfr'n
A popular practice ol nany sunken
consists in discharging the smote Inhaled, especially from IgarettM
through the nostrils. " _is is- evei*
considered by Borne i . be essential to
the full enjoyment or tl e Savor of the
tobacco.
The London i.-;.- i, ,- bii. aeknawl-
edging that perhaps undei ordinary
circumstances no barm is done to th*.
smoker save to bis sense of smell, ba*
sounded u note of warning agalpst tht>
habit as a possible disseminator of disease. Hay fever aud other annoying
complaints have been spread through
unsuspecting households by tbe un-
thinking visitor who habitually blew
imoke through bis nose.
The surface traversed by tbe tobacco
imoke before Issuing from the nose, Il
Is remarked by the Lancet, is mots-
Ion ed with the natural secretion of tbe
mucous membrane lining it. and this
secretion is mingled with the Quid discharged from the conjunctival sac protecting the eyes. It therefore contains
DUmerous micro organisms, which.
floating in tin- air, have become attach.
'ei lo the moist and stick surface of
tbe conjunctiva, as well as those which
eve;- the surface of the nasal
membrane. As Tyndall long ago showed, germs are- completely Altered ol
from tho air Inhaled by the extenshe
ami Irregular surfaces presented by
the turblual bones. These germs are
carried Into fhe air bj the man who
blows smoke through his u istrlls.
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adies. Win
15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK  MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First* $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR  - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed ���all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    1'urned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and, Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster   I
foingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
ft* Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Wholesale Fruits,
Commission
Merchants
British Columbia
F "'���' a Specialty
J. PHILLIPS
AND COMPANY
117 Water Street,
Phone 2507
VANCOUVER B.C
A SENSE OF DIRECTION.
Tin-   Prime   RettttinttS   lor   Malting   a
'I i-tie  Wood-HH-an.
A sense of direction I should nan.fi
bs the prime requisite for him who
would become a true woodsman, de-
pendlng on himself rather than on
guides. The faculty is largely developed nf course by much practice, but
it must lie Inborn. Some' men posses*
it: others do not ���just as some mei'.
have a mathematical bent, while to>
others figures are always a despair, It
is a sort of extra, having nothing tc
do with crlterions of Intelligence or
mental development, like the repeatc.
movement in a watch. A highly edu-
dated, cultured man may lack it; tho
roughest possess it. Some who have
<��ever been in the woods or mountains
acquire in the space of a vacation a
fair facility ot picking a way. and I
have met a few who have spent their
lives ou the prospect trail and who
were still and always would be as
helpless as the newest city dweller.
It is a gift, a talent, if you have its
tiniest germ you can become a traveler of the wide aud lonely places.
If you bave it not you may as well
resign yourself to guides.-Stewart Ed
ward White In Outing Magazine.
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   MAIN  '..INK.
Leave N'ew Westminster 1:4b, 9:35,
17:05, 18:30.
Arrive New Westminster n.4~>,
10:1 i    18:10, 20:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
D.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vaucouver !>.35 a.m.. aud 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster :i:.".0 p.m.,
, arrive Guichon ti p-ni-
Leave Guichon tl .a- ni , arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m��� and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
name hours.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Britlkh Columbia  Coast Line
8ervlce.
TIME T-XBLE
B. C Coast Line Service.
VANCOUVER   -VICTORIA-SEATTLE
ROUTE.
SS.   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vancouver  1   p.m.  daily i.x-
cept Tuesday.
Leaves Seattle 1:! midnight daily.
Leaves Victoria 7:30 am- daily except Tuesday, for Vancouver.
S S. Charmer
Leaves Vancouver 11: :rij p.m. daily
except Sunday-
Leaves Victoria 1  p.m. daily except
Sunday.
SS- Princess May or Princess Royal
I.eaves  Victoria  12   midnight  Mondays-
Leaves Vancouver 1  p.m.  Tuesday-
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   P-   Rithet.
To Victoria:   Wednesday,  Saturday,
7 a.m.
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 am-
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S, Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p.m. daily,
except Sunday- Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m.
Science nnd morality*
Tiie true student of the professional
or technical school becomes heir to a
comprehensive and clear understanding of his duties and responsibilities In
Ms relations to his fellow men and to
the community. Those duties and responsibilities present themselves to bis
traiueel mind In their real proportion.
Ue is neither nuudeveloped uor malde-
veloped in his judgment ��t affairs. Ills
university training, especially in the
technical school, has taught Uhu accuracy and penetration iu the analysis of
any proposition confronting him and
that truth anel knowledge uif.st be
sought with the directness of a plumb
line. Science yields nothing but confusion to the shitty, devious and dishonest Inquirer. .The fundamentals of
morality are the very stepping .''.ones
to technical success or professional at
taiument. -Scientific American.
The Hellbender.
"There's 11 i reason why the hellbender shouldn't be good to eat." said
n scientist "Its principal food is the
crayfish, the same as the principal
food for bass, The liellliimler belongs
to the same family of amphibians as
the frog and Is very closely related.
Both are batched from the egg, and
both pass through the tadpole stage
before reaching maturity. The hellbender Is n mighty fine fish, -is any met
can prove t'i himself If he will runnier
his natural aversion." rhe hellbender
is found principally In streams nbout
the foothills nf the Alleghany mountains,
Standing:  nnd   Sluiiis
David Slowpay��� I shall bring you
back those dark trousers to be resent
od. Mr. Snip. Voii know I sit d good
deal. Mr. Snip (tailor)���All right, nud
If you'll bring the bill I sent you sl��
mouths ago 1 will be pleased to re
ceipt that also. Vou know I've stood *
good deal.-Loudon Tit-Bits.
Properly  Mtiii.tcd.
"They may say what they like
sgaiust bim," said the convicted one's
defender, "but bis heart Is in the right
ylaee."
"Ves," assented the other, "and so ls
tbe rest of him for a few years."
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S S Tees
Leaves Victoria n pin.. 1st and 4th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
tnontb for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
On Oct. 2, ", 1, Transfer will leave
Steveston al il a.m. instead of 7 a.m..
and will leave New Westminster at li
li.ni. Instead of 2 p.m. This to accommodate passenger traffic for the
exhibition.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday.:, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Raniona ���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri.. 7 a.m
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
SS. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
and 18th of each month, oalllng at
Bkldegate on flrst trip and.Bella Coola
on sec.oml trip. Time ou arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and Information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE,
'..sat. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f*iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    IO,
IOOI.
Leave             Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
Q.40 a.m Nelson 6.45 p.m.
H. A. TACKSON.
Any available Dominion Lauds within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may he homesteaded hy any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over \H years .of age, ity
the extent of one-ipiarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office Tor the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, it the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm In the vicinity
of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence maybe satislied
by 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 homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied hy residence
upon the Bald land.
Six months' notice in writing should
he given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
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.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of fhe Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized   publication of
this   advertisement   will not be paid
for.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
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Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.     Phone 275
r.
The Fit-Reform
333 Hastings Street,
VANCOUVER   -   -   B. C
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The Snildle.
Early Greeks and Romans rode
horses bareback. They regarded it as
effeminate t 1 ride in a paddle. The
modern saddle, with pommel, crupper
mni stirrups, was unknown tei the an-
clents. Nero nave out fancy coverings
to liis cavalry, and the bareback riders
.if the German forests used to laugh at
them. Saddles with trees came into
nse in the fourth century, stirrups
three centuries later.
Dear Sirs:
Exhibition visitors are personally invited to
look at the Fall and Winter Display of Fit-Reform
Suits, Rain Coats, and Overcoats.
The styles now ready discount in variety and
excellence anything of the kind ever shown in
Vancouver. The enviable part of this business
is style, with a wide range of patterns confined to
our trade exclusively, and little chance for
duplication.
The new Overcoats and Suits are a revelation
of fine tailoring, with character and individuality
all their own.
We ask nothing better than a chance to sho\v
the New Fall Fashions, regardless of whether or no
you care to buy.
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THE DAILY XEWS.
WEDNESDAY
Houses
That are
Homes
House of 7 rooms, all modern, nice-
location. $3,000; very easy terms.
Ref. 279.
2 storey 6-room House just completing, bath room, pantry, etc., full size
lot, lane in rear, beautiful view. $2500.
Ref. S9.
8-room House, modern, faces south,
very close in. $2600; half cash, bal.
1 and 2 years.   Ref. 317.
Cottage 4 rooms, juiit   completed,
city   water,   faces  south     $1200T half
cash. bal. 8 and 12 months.    Ref. 328.
New cottage, fine corner lot, nice location    $1700; easy terms.   Ref. 310.
ABBOTT
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NEXT GUICHON   HOTEL, CITY.
BUSINESS TOO BIG
FOR BANKS TO HANDLE
Fast Development of Western Canada is Responsible J
For Money Strigency.
Overweight Problem
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell Our first aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are Invariably successful in both these Intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 1.���"I thin:;
the banks have loaned up to ineir
limit and that business has expanded
to a greater extent than was foreseen
b.v the banks," was a statement niaele
today by George Burn, general manager of the Bank of Ottawa, wheu
discussing the alleged money stringency. He also pointed to th." fact
that SO far OS the statement went us
to a curtailment of credit by the
hanks, it was quite a mistake. The
government returns, he pointed out.
showed a steady expansion of current
loans.
Regarding the criticism of the
hanks for loaning money abroad, .\".'-
Burns said thai that was the result
nf a misapprehension. Some banks
were transacting business outside of
Canada and they were getting deposits
from outside of Canada as wffl as
lending money at the same places. It
was imperative for the banks to keep
a certain amount of cash Immediately
available, and the only way they had
of doing this was to lend it on call in
New York. To this course the only
alternative was to keep the money
Idle in the vaults of the Lank. Speaking of commercial conditions. Mr.
Burns was quite hopeful. As to the
West, he did not wish to speak, as he
had but just arrived.
THRILLING DEER  HUNT.
Lot Signs and
Fence Advertising
for Real Estate
Men
By our Special
Lithographic  Process
We have  the   only   Lithographic Machine in B.C.
The Royal City Sign
Works
Big Buck Turns on Hunter. Wounding
Would-be Capturer.
Recent advices from Ukiah, Cai.,
bring brief Information of a hunting
adventure aa thrilling as the one so
vividly portrayed in the celebrated
story of "The Big Talugie Buck."
written by Col. Stockton ("Cor. de
(Jhasse") half a century ago. The
California incident is given as follows:
Frederick Warren ran down a greal
buck that had defied hunters for years
and got a good shot thai dropped the
beast. Warren closed in and had jusi i
started to cut the deer's throat wheq !
the animal came to and commenced an
attack, knocking the knife from his
hand, Warren saw that his onlv j
chance was to hold the deer's horns, i
and was doing so and being carried
down the side of the hill by the big'
deer, being frightfully cut by the animal's sharp from feet, Despite his
wounds, he maintained his hold on
the deer's horns and called for help.
O'Brien's dog heard him an 1 rushed
on the deer from behind, biting an?
snapping until the big animal turned
from tin. hunter to him. TK3 was
Warren's chance, and lie- let go the
horns and crawled Into the brush.
O'Brien succeeded In getting a shot
through the deer's heart and settle;!
the fight. The deer proved to have
been only stunned by the first shot
nnd could have escaped at any time
.Members of the Point Arena Gun club
hav* presented the dog with a handsome collar set with diamonds as ft
token of esteem.
30 SIXTH STREET.
Westminster Iron Works
CON ERAL MACHINK  AINU i__NUlNE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlUOHi and
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron Worn, lnciudlnj
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE HlKHiJUT.
Naw Westminnter. f. O. 474.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
Fer Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAuX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Apent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
NO  LIQUOR   FOR   GERMANS
DURING WORKING HOURS
Essen, Oct. 1-��� The- temperance
question was discussed again al the
Socialist national convention In this
city. Only nne vote was cast against
a resolution whose' main feature was
���an expression of opposition to the U3e
of alcohol in any form during working
hours, thus setting the full strength
of the Socialisl parly again d tfteGer-
inan factory system of beer-cTFTriklng
al regular intervals throughout the!
day.
In many workshops the drinking >f
eight or ten pints of beer is the usual ]
custom while the men are at work. |
The prevailing opinion among the delegates to the convention was that the
intemperance of the laboring classes
will cease gradually with the betterment of their condition, the shortening of the hours of work and the abolition of night work.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
A Lesson for Girls.
Laughs and tears are the ruling
factors in "Thorns and Orange Blossoms," the strong emotional, comedy
drama, which comes to the Opera
house on October 2 and -I. The story
is well known. In fact, publishers'
statistics show that over .".ndO.OOO copies of Bertha til. Clay's famous novel
have been distributed througTioul the
world, being translated in over "sixteen different languages. The story
rrdat"s to a poor girl's marriage to an
English nobleman, is exceptionally
well written and of vital importance
to every girl who I. forced to earn her
own livelihood. The production is
under the direction of the Rowland &
Clifford Amusement Co.
With this 1907 visible self weighing, self computing Automatic Scale,
a child can easily, quickly and correctly divide the wholesale purchase
into retail packages without a grain of overweight.
Automatic Weighing Machine
ACCURATE, RELIABLE,
DURABLE
Gives the exact weight for the
exacting dealer.
Gives the exact weight to all
customers.
True as steel and built for a
lifetime of exact weighing.
Weighs to an ounce-computes
to a cent.
DAYTON MONEYWEICHT
Scale No.   140.
NOTE THE LOW PLATFORM
Automatic Weighing Machine
ACCURATE, RELIABLK.
DURABLE
A low platform-only 6 1-2
inches from the counter.
Our Automatic scales are equipped with a thermostat, like a wai .h
which makes them weigh with absolute accuracy in any temperature.
This scale saves time and also
money. The scale that saves is no
expense.
No swinging pendulum, no moving indicators, no poises to shift, no
beams to bother with, no ball to forget, no friction to pay for,
=^-^^SEE OUR EXHIBIT AT THE FAIR ���
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Of Canada, Ltd.; 140 Water St., Vancouver
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lam the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director and Bmbalmer, and I will sell you anything in ruy line eheap
and will give you better value than you can get in any other place
in the city.   Try me.
Wall   Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from  25c  up.    China
Matting from  15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the  best  made, $2.25  per   set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    -New goods  arriving daily.
I have sold the block and am still doing business  in  the .same place
and in the same old way.
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House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES!
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THLS   ELEGANT   LiHKAItV  INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES   AND}
HANDSOME  CASK   WILL  BE GIVEN I'.Y VOTE TO THE L0K*J|
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER SECURING   THE   LARGEST    NUMBER   OF   VOTES   IN  THE  Kri-j
LOWING   MANNER :
The merchants listed below wlll give   with  each  10i     ��� ���'.. i'r'j
e rie:-i' nne  vote.
The contest  began   Aug.  23rd,   1907,    and will cl    Jan. 23���-
ri ������. at 7 p. m.
A bailed box is placed in D. S. Curtia ri- Co's drug  .1 re, *'J<';e!
v ���������     are to be deposited.
At the close o( the coati _l  the Lodge, Society, Clm    ��� oi ril."'
having   received   the    largest number ot votes -.rill be  twa I    :   j
library.
Current  accounts   when  prompt .   paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes enn bi secured by trading with the firms .�����
ei below.
Library is on exhibition at W. E". Pales' furniture si
I>. S. Curtis wlll fount the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
JUST   RECEIVED
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A Large Shipment of
Crockery^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR! PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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
D.   S.   CURTIS  &  CO.
Drugs
..   j.   BIRTCH
Dry   Gccds
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB. ca;
Daily  and  Weekly   News
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   C
fections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLE'jl
S.   H. Thompson, 1W_^J|
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Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
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ADVERTISE IN THE   NEWS
Good   fnr   Ten   Votes   in   Library  Voting  Contest    I"    B
of     "'
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For one  year's subscription  paid In advance, $���
200 votes; .six months, $2.00, 100 votes.
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,nF * EDMONDB, Barri��
L street.  Ne
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w   Westminster
L. Edmonds.
UMPTON BOLE, solid
Mhe supreme court. Offices
' B��k'of Commerce build
rr Yri %treet opposite post
��'nBWestminster.    Money tc
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS \TIT\*
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON nd
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday; carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service!
Foi information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic
Vancouver.
TRUSTEES MIN fAVOR
1 Of f REE TEXT BOOKS
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(Continued  from  Fl
PaSe.i
Manager,
B. C.
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Vei ii.eU3t.er, trapp Bik.
r-..rK3on  and   Lorne   street*
SfSSi ri to 24. 445 Orao
*r;   i ,9eph Martin, K. C, .
" w  i,   McQuarrie, H. A
Vt,   Martin  wii   be  in tiw
��r'offices every Friday af
lies-:'
Barrister and
Fv MARTIN.
,A��  Guichon block. Colum
f&MlS greets, New West
. B. C.	
togGRAY, barr.ster, Solicitoi
....... public, In practice since
fat Sew WestmlMter. B.C.   Of
];".,.   .       riitis Block,Clark
esite   Court House.
.....   Telephone 64.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
t.U TVeird St.. cor Aller. Portland, Or.
H ,\ NSF0 RD, Barrister,
.     Itor, etc., Crescent block,
Columbia and McKenzie
��ew Westminster, B. C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
OF TRADE.���Xew Westmin
|]joard of Trade meets in Ur
Id Room, City Hall, as follows
| iv nf each month
[!6.'y meetings on the second
j... , nt February. May
anil November, at 8 p. m
I meetings on the second
;,.;.. of February. New
I ..:s may he proposed and
| ���    monthly or quarter'',
(iii:.  A. E. WW*��, Sec.
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
In  support ot thli  very Important
resolution, the proposer urged:
iii.i: the education of children and
���e..  expenses connected therewith is
; ,the duty of the state.
,   The law of Belf-preservatlon so far
ri the  national  life w.is concerned,
Remanded it because the standard ot
i .moral and intellectual development of
I inilivi.iual units wa< the measure of
I ,the same qualities in the nat-ftfi
I,   Parents had doiu> their duty, both
| to tbe child and the state, when they
bad  provided food, clothin-:.  shelter.
1 an! a proper home training.
' , A triizi'ii with no family ha 1 .1 right
' to contribute a.* much, if not 11101c,
.than parents towards the e lucation
,ol the future men and women who
- ...11 perpetuate the nation.
1 The child bad uo voice Ln the mat-
.ter of being born and he or She ha*
,. righl to receive from the Bl ite the
.ordinary education accessary to give
'0 all equal opportunities tei dgttt the
.battle ol life, irrespective of the ability or inability of the parents I 1 pro-
.. ide Ue ee 1 udimentarj e lucat lon,
, Free ti sl books, copj books, drawing books, slates, pencils, drawing
jPaper, etc., would place ths children
j'noi��������� mi an equality In the - :hool-
iroom.   In regard to the matti   of gen-
ED.  GOUriblT,
C. f. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
WHEN
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GOING EAST
SOCIETIES.
.F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
pilar meetings of this lodge
held in Oddtellews' hall, Colum
���street, every  Monday  evening
I o'clock.    Visiting brethren cor
Invited    to    atteml.    C.  S.
I ,���;. S  G.;  A. V. I)   McDonald,
Vri C   Coatham, lt.  S.;   G. G,
F, S ; Alex. Adam-. ': ea .ui er
iy
IERNAL   ORDER   CF
��� N . 20- Mei ts every Tu-
. p. 111., in 'he Eagli s
la sireet. F. .T. Lj ni '1
IPl . :   II   Schoflelfl,  Secretary.
IU. W.���FRASER LOCGE  No. 3
(!��� the lirst and third Tues
In each month. Vlsltlni
iren cordially invited to attend
pge room, A. 6. TJ. W. hall, Odd
lows' block, Clarkson street, ('
���Co ��� n. recorder; Louis Witl
Ister workman.
eral  raomy, the cost of schoothooks
and other supplies was vastly more
when oughl by Individuals thanwhen
purchased In larger quantities by ihe
community.
With the free school bo ik   -  ���  ira
in   full   operation   they   need   my be
_ ���._.._._  , __���_ ' made the victims of Eastern pflWlsh-
EllCKEr AGENT , ,    ,  , , ,
TO SEND VOU OVER " U11'""',M' large quantities or
ixwrly bound  volumes upon parents,
"THF NOUTMWFSTFRN I INF"      : enormoas combine prices, nor need
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Eastern  educationists,  such  as     '
I abominable abortion which had 1 n
1 dignified with th,. rather upright title
of "'rii<' Vertical System eef Handwriting."
s iveral other reasons were also ad-
| duced.
THE TRAIN  OF FAME Statistics Support Theory.
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.      Secretary Dougan, in seconding the
Emb'odies tht newest   and best ideas! motion, sai.l the time had come when
EAGLES''c   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE, i the governmenl musl  tafee action in
ind  LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with,	
both electricity and tas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world, The equipment consists oi 1
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li
br��r�� and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call  on  or  write
Eight Trains Every Day in the Veir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
the matter.   Se produced 1 quantity
01  statistics  in  regard to  what  was j
betas done in other pans of Che Dominion     At Toronto the cost oY providing free text books during the last.
fourteen years had    averaged    10\ t
cents  per scholar,    ln  1906 the cost!
had been reduced    to    LO cents per
head, whilst the expenditure upon sup-1
plies  averaged  ir>  cents*.   Wherever
the  free  u-xt  book  system hael  been
Introduoed,  it   was   Invariablj   found]
to '.i.' acceptable ami successful,   Education here was now free excepl in ;
regard to the' provision of text *nx>ks.
and   there   wa-   no  valid   reason   why
these' .should not    be    supplied  tre .
(Applause, 1
K M. Wiltshire desired some Information as to the cosi of the proposed
provision,
Only Two Eets Apiece.
Inspector Stewart remarked that
he -.\.. - appa led bj the tad thai the
free ;<-\; books ami supplies "or :'.-.
053 children iu Toronto onlj cost 2a
cents per head.
Superintendent Argue said t'.n' Vancouvi ���. trustees supplied slate aad lead
pencils, pens, drawing and examination paper, ink. etc., and had! lately
ailie : sets of encyclopoedlas to the
school libraries. He suggested thai
all trustees should be empowered to
expend the necessary amouni upon
tree text books.
Condemns the Books.
H. N. Coursier announced thai Rev-
elsto e hai found It advantageous I 1
provide looks and supplies similarly
to Van ouver, anel they were atwe to
save their ratepayers some hundreds
of dolla - per year in this way. He
con.!' mned tiie' preseni text books and
asserted thai these1 had Bimply been
put together for the purpose of the
publishers' profit, At Victoria Ehey
had .1 printing e.flice, though this was
not up to date In its methods, nor
large enough to undertake the pro-
1 druction ot school books
minster the] were continual:
lng a largi I sup-
in a
pense   to which   in ll ���  i.e a   al ���
wen   put    Thi- pa "
ap   e<  ited
Just  Like   Rockefeller.
P. Peebles stigmatised ti.-     1 lisb
ers of text books as Im Log aim.--
bad as tne Standard Oil  Ca   (Laughter.)     Tins   was the' fourth  time  this
question had been before ihem. anl
he intended to make .1 gooel fight to
get  it through,    H<'  asked  why  the
government should not applj its sw-
plus for the benefit of education '
Wants   a   Clause.
Inspector   Stewart   eiid     not   tuiitK.
there would be anj difficulty TnTfet-
ting the government to insert a clause
in the Schoeii Aci  enabling trustees
to  provide  free  text   hooks.
Muir  Protests.
...I. N. Muir said al Keefers he him-
self provided text books for the "Children.     He   entered   a   Strong   pnu.ri
against the waj in which these publications were force.! upon parents.
Maxwell Smith was certain tfiut if
the government were properly approached they would agree to furnish
the books as desire.1. if they experienced any difficulty let them call In
the members ot thai convention to
help them.   (Laughter and applause.)
The motion was then put and carried with onlj one dissentient, and
the conference adjourned.
WARNING
BEWARE OF OPTICAL SHARKS.
WHO MAY OPERATE AT THE EXHIBITION.
These optical parasites make u business of operating at exhibitions, and
are past-master fakers.
They owe allegiance to neither state
municipality or Its citizens. They
pay neither lavs or rent, lint like all
"-iul!��"   they   are   ever   on   the   wing,
excepting when gathering trom their
victims the necessary tor locomotion.
They know nothing about the eye or
the  Science  Of  optics,   and  can-  less,
so ions as th iy 1 an relieve the unsuspecting of their lia-.'lea. aed money.
If your eyes are troubling you and
you have not the time to come to an
eye special's! like Dr. Jordan (Vfia-
but it could! couver), then Bpend your money with
often wonder why the boy or girl
is so backward at school���auel
naturally feel disappointed that
the child Is so dull; then, too, the
loved one i_s subject to harsher treatment at school because he or she
seems so stupid lt may be the fault
of the child, or it maj l>e tho child
ha* defective eyesight and is therefore at u disadvantage because the
sight U not normal What we want
tei say to the mother ls: Send your
cbilel to us. We will have ohr optician examine and test the eyes to see
if the poor sight can not be improved
bj the use of glasses We will be
honest with you ami the child if
glasses are not needed, we will tell
yo��i SO The examination anil testing
win not cost you a cent. We have
the appliances tor testing anel cor
reeling all kinds of poor sight, anl
can supply glasses at your own price.
Our charges are about half what some
Others charge Our optical department is in charge of K \V. Heath.
graduate optician, late of Ottawa- tn
all cases satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded-
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B    C.
he made so.   He considered the pro-'
duction of their school books was jusi
as Important as of the statute'- which
were printed  it Victoria.
J, \v. reck -said that in Nfew West-
yonr local optician, ami at least have
the satisfaction of knowing you stand
.1 chance of getting some degree of
satisfaction, which you cannot hope
ne gel from fakers    so 3EWARE!
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
ni.rH   ninrtt      N��wm  Wmtmlnit*r
i.e.
OF COLUMBIA    LODGE    Nc
SONS OF  ENGLAND.   B.   8.-
1! .... Degree meets Second am
urth Wednesday of each month
IK. of P. Hall," Columbia St.. at
in., White Itose Degree, Fourth
fcdneselay   in    each month, same
pe anil place.    Visiting Brethren
Mially    invited.      E.   B.  St inch
nbi=, Pres., H. Disnev, Secretary
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
y>n Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
Ladies' and Children's Ready-to- Wear
Irt brunette, No. 4099, 1 o.f.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
Nh at 8 o'clock, In the small
\)b. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
[eri.tu aie cordially invited to at-
J. B. Rushton, C. It.; F. P.
axwell, R. S.
(IRT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
o. P.���The regular meetings ol
lis Leodge are held on the Second
f1! Fourth Tuesdays of each month
' -   m, In ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
|iv ag Brethren are cordlaly  In-
*V1 '   attend.   K. C. Firth, O. R-;
E Maxwell, Sec.
V- "OYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
JERAnce meet every Wednesdaj
ll .v (l lock p. m., In Oddfellows
fi Columbia street. Visiting
r : ��� are cordially invited to at
F-b ���',- i. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brov?n,
���eo.
1N" OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
RATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
VAMP, 19l,_.MeetB on the First and
iL Tuesday of overy month In
> pi P. Hall. John McNiven
:      J. -I. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Northern
acific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dailv
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   Calirornia.
For full informtion call on or write
O  E. LANG, General Afient,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. G.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following is the location and num
iof the iin, a,,.rm bo_.es in tlle ol,y.
|6~-Asylum.
P*-Boya] City Mills.
'"-Carnarvon and Ten'h.
"""Royal avenue and Eighth.
i_2~    h nvcnue and Twelfth.
I ---Sl.  Mary's Hospital.
l7^e< "'"1 and Park Row.
j ;   Columbia and Dufforin.
lij Sa��)Perton.
L~QuePn's avenue and  Sixth.
Ij.   ';"'(1 avenue and Second.
26   p'rh avenue an<l Fourth.
Fifth avenue and Eighth.
~T!|" 1 avenue and Tenth.
~Agne8 nnd Sixth.
ri.^ I'erieo Machine Works.
Columbia and McKenzie.
;r_;? "���  Station.
saall and  Buckland   Mills.
HTUHTIC STERMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
ssFINEST  AND  FASTEST=
WfiSS J EMPRESS OF BRITAIN IW
h7PMsr 1 EMPUESS OF IRELAN D I     IONS
Particularly  low   rates    from    the
Old   Country.        Reservations   made
here for all sailings.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R- Agent.
j. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. offlce
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Eighth  Street
8.  C.
r>o not fail to visit us during your
stay in the city.
Our stock is now complete in
Ladies9 Furs, Blouses,
Dress Skirts, Fancy
Collars and Belts,
Underskirts, Flannelette
and Woven Underwear
Also Whitewear
Children's Furs, Hats, Caps, Coats,
Bonnets, Coats, Dresses, Hosiery,
Underwear, Etc.    .
Cushion Tops
Frills and Cords
Tinted Centres
Stamped and
Fancy Linens
If wanting a neat souvenir, ask
for our Souvenir Cushion Tops-
prices range from
40c to 75c each
THE W HITE HOUSE
A. J. B1RTCH      ���:���      275 Columbia Street PAGE TWELVE
THE DAILY NEWS.
WED^SDAy
Oct.
. le
di*
FARM   LANDS
I'll?
acres
in
Langle.
���, on
3-half nu,<?
from
new
tram line, all
prairk
��� land
$35 an
.acre, on terms.
mu
acres
in
Langley
one
mile from
tram
line.
House, harn
ind big
clear-
lng.
$30
an acre.
ioo
.icres
in
Langley
one
mile from
t ram
line,
house,  barn,
orchar
1   an 1
clearing.
$40 an
acre.
Terms.
iin
acres
in
_angley,
2b> acres cleare*
read
y for
plow, splendid soil.
$40 an
acre.
360
acres
in
Surrey,
one
mile from
tram
line
good    fruit
land:
|2500
v. oi th
of
cedar,
%2v an acre.   Terms.
160
ae n a
in
Langlej
, some pood timber 1
and Al at $15 an i
icre.
r,n acres h. Langley, good land.   $1200 on terms.
160 acres In Matsqui, I land,   $15 as acr.-.   Terms.
27 acres adjoining Bouth Westminster on train line,   $200 an ���
57 acres in Langley, good land, $1200.   Terms.
riee acres in  Sumas, 55 acres cleared,  15 acres in orchard. 200 ai
min land. 270 acres up land, gooel   le ise,   bams,   stables,   i
etc.   Some valuable timber on Praser river   at   steamboai
516.50 an acre.
160 acres in Surrey, 30 acres cleared,  30  acres  slashed,  good  hou       ood
barn, 10 acres fenced, stable, etc.   $6200.   Terms.
Diamond & Corbould resident
AGENTS
German American Fire Ins. Co. and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
DOMINION   TRUSI    liLOCK
w&yufflm
Provincial Exhibition
FARMERS FORM BIO
ONION AND TRUST
1907-
Combination Among Agriculturists Threatens to put
Middlemen Out of Busi-
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
ness.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
$50,000
In
$50,000
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well
as the Industries of the Province.
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary,
WE ARE USIHG PURE CANADIAN MILK IH
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IN
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The  COWAN  CO., Ltd., TORONTO
*-Tf?"-.relri,7'
*, ************************** ********************>f ***.**
House of Quality ��
Our Fall Suits |[
Are the very latest fashions from the East,
stylish, smart, dressy, neat and well cut.
Our reputation is already made for Men's
Furnishings, Ascot and Four-in-hand Ties, Fancy
Vests, Shirts, plain, colored and negligee, all
patterns, Collars, purest linen, quarter sizes,
latest shapes and styles.
Jackson, .Mis.-.., Oct, 1.���Mississippi
merchants and business men aie beginning to "view with alarm" tie numerous activities of the Btatee brancn
pf the Farmers' union, and fears
entertained that the cotton plantar: of
the state will soon develop into a
"trust" that will drive lndepend snl
dealers and middle men out of business. Having accomplished its purpose of raising the price of cotton,
which has more than doubled since
the union came into existence, the organization is now rapidly developing
into a community movement that will
supply the members with practically
every need. Already the uni'm hei
arranged to establish a life Insurance
for the benefit of its 65,000 adhen ats,
and policies will be written for each
in sums not exceeding $1,000. A central market agency is now in op iation, but at present supplies its members with only the necessaries of life.
Flour, meat and other food stuffs aro
being shipped direct from jobbers anl
manufacturers having contracts with
th- union, thus cutting 'iff the profit which formerly wenl to tli.' retailers. It is stated that this plan will
soon be extended to include luxuries
as well as necessities, and that within
a few months Mississippi farmers will-l
be buying everything they eat, use and !
wear through the central purchasing
agency of the "farmers'trust." A Zre\
insurance company controlled ley thei
members ofthe union Iks In. in in existence several months .ml ha, plaoed
a large volume of business.
The union now has a dozen organizers in the field and is rapi lly exteriding its membership in every county of
the siate, until it appears likely that
wit.iin a very Bhort time' nearly every
Mississippi farmer will bo enroll i In
the ranks. Th" y iders in the movement states that 100,000 members an'
assured by the first of next year, New I
warehouses aie- being bulli constantly
in tin' principal cotton growing centres, and. the union will soon be able
to place in storage all nf the c it ion j
raised by its memb irs, iei be beld until such time as i}i*��� price demandedis
offered. As the membership in each
community becomes sufficient tee support such an institution, it li .--aid ;���>
be the plan of the union leaders to
establish co-operative stores, until ihe
entire state has been covered with i
1 network of mercantile establishments.
That the union, conducted as TT Is,
along sound business lines, could purchase goods in such large quantities
; as to undersell other merchants, appears likely. The officers declare that
1 the Farmers' union is free from the
defects that have made failures of so
many other co-operative  schemes.
Several i xperli n; e I    -tige manag n
1- eti I t'i act as judges, and
six girls ,ve re selected. or course
th( ;<' were a great many more who
-.: i ?o along with 'hi' six. but the
manager, just for a little advertising,
wis willing to pay the Bum of $300 for
six good lookers, and it was Bufe to
say that he lia 1 no trouble' tee g> I
them.   The names are withheld.   See'
if you I een tell tbem with "The Time,
iiii' Place and the Girl" which appears
| here Thursday, October 10, at the Op-
, ra hOUS . They are' in the chorus,
and all are g<x>d singers and dancers.
Free   Site  Offered.
Edmonton.  Oct    1.���Th��-  first  offer
of a free site from a private citizen
for manufacturers wishing to locate
in the city, has reached the board of
trade offices from B. I>. C.rierson, former proprietor of the Alberta hotel.
Mr. Grierson has several sites along
the right of way of the Grand Trunk
Pacific, and offers them free to industries desirous of locating here, under condition that the industry obtaining one of the sites employ a Btated
number of men.
*********+******************<>*���><:***<>* v*��<n����MM,
j The  Pacific Coasl
|     Pipe Co., Ltd.
SPECIALTIES:
Machine Branded, Woodl
I        Stave Water Pipes
:-:   Over 75 miles of Pipes made last year,
Write for Catalogue.   Full   particulars and estij
mates furnished.
���
*
���
���	
���   P. O. Box 563.
************************************************
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY  NEWS   ADVERTISE IN Till. DAILY Sl
Vancouver, B.
OUR
First  Exhibition
FINDS US FIRMLY ESTABLISHED   IN   THE  ROYAL   CITY   AS
Home or Plenty
255    FRONT   STREET,
TELEPHONE 275
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
��� P.   S���UMBRELLAS CASH CLOTHIERS
t*********:******%******a> ����imw��wti^^
g
��� ���"
Half a Dozen Beauts.
It is claimed by several we" known
judges of beauty that six of the prettiest girls connected with any musical show in America are on tiie stag;;
with "Tho Time, the Place ami th��
Girl" company.
The management of this aggr nation recently offered $.10 per week salary for those who competed in a hc.ui-
ty contest. There was something like
400 photos and again as many personally applied t.w en er the raie, P tv
dollar: : :��� a pretty face '.v.is no trivial i  ' r ri.' -i giri tc go on the stage-
Fresh Groceries
Daily
BEST ALBERTA CREAMERY BUTTER, BEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
SHEETINGS, COTTONS, CALICOS, CROCKERYWARE, BREAKFAST
AND DINNER SETS, TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, TOILET SETS, BOOTS
AND SHOES; WATERPROOF, DRESSY AND FANCY.
KYLE & SON
The Good Cheer Store
All orders carefully made up and  dispatched to all  parts or
the city.

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