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 White, Shiles & Jo.
ciRE INSURANCE
35
^EislativM^
1908 White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW
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SEPTEMBER   16
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 7^   InuTuan HRFHAI*.       RU       .MISfD BY    (���       N COUtGE     CAPITALS MM ��    APPEAL IN FISHING
",S'S ��� wnrU      ;���lt! Ss its im on ��_ ��� mi   ��b ��wd
R
>v  Lewis
3h Columbia
;     s of Wreck Bay
.    nescribPS Enthusiasm and Determine Old Maps to Be
S Bkck    tion Keynotes of Party of    G .     Games Ar-
Progress in East. - Exhibition.
tibia   Is
Ulr     richest      Toronto, Sept 16, Confidence I
,,.     Brltl8h strength of Liberalism, coupled with a
��� i��ti11-;;���/;,,,,,.,,,,,,,....,. ��� ���..v,.... >��� -
secure victory for the causi
om!ng elections was thi  doml
B ��� re Before Insti- Negotiations Pending With P*��� Govemmen   Re
Marked   by     Regard to Visit -Tecum-     pendente  n AP^ *��***
lee Endowment Fund..    sehs May Challenge. Magistrate s Com iction.
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.,,., o1  the     1 " Columbian wi'\
vet     e an i     tern
The  it;, eal   In   thi     Bshe        ca -
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: I'  Kr^i
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in anj other coun-  turned to
world.    s.���   has not been in the c
  ���   but this is simply
���  tet oi fact"
.,,,.   statement., whicli wen
���   \   l.c-wis, a  well  knowr
���   *      ' , ....
... of Detroit, Mich, al the
Victoria, a couple ol days ago.j
,   arranging to put  In  ma-
. ...    Sk.hlch will handle 1,000 cubic
...   b!aclt sands, whicli are
. found so plentiful upon and near
the shores of Wreck Bay on the West
Coast  of  Vancouver  island,   and    in
... spring we propose to increase the
,     ,IlU.h we will then handle
l0 io.OOO cubic yards a day.    This is
.   .   Well   known   placer     deposit,
whlch will be found mentioned in the
.  ,,.. ,..��� ,,,,���   minister of mines, but
... ,. ffsii  be  link-   further  to  state
of a definite character, until about the
...    ��� next  month.
.., .   understand, is  by no means
a dredging proposition,   but   the  old
. . 0| placer operations upon Wreck
,     Where they hay.- for years been
.:. right across the beach. These
 their water Irom a stream
',. | thi  Indian Reservation, and hav-
,.,.,1 jt for a out a mile along
���  of the. bluff and  across  the
then  shovelled  the  sand  Into
Prospects are Good.
, ate of Portland capitalists
i 3ociated  with  me ln this
���
iruil note at the fourth annual n ting   i
of the general  Reform Associate a. ol  '
! Ontario, held in the Tenn,],. building
IGl
I "We   enter   the  approaching   federal
lection  contest   with confidence and
.nthiisiasni"   was   the   Inspiring   der
iraiion of President Mowat at the out-
.vt of ih��> proceedings, and the  sami
spirit of healthy optimism was reflected in an  encouraging  message  from
the   minister   of   railways,   who,   unfortunately,  was   unable,   through   indisposition, to take part in the meeting, and In all the speeches that were
delivered   in  the  course  Of  the  three
hours'  session    "The outlook  is most
encouraging," wrote Hon. Mr. Graham,
"and every indication points to an increase  rather  than  a  decrease  in  the
strength of Liberalism. Let every man
do his duty,  and  victory is assured."
Will  Wage  Keen Fight.
These   and   similiar   sentiments   expressed evoked a response which demonstrated beyond  a doubt thai  the
Liberals of Ontario have been roused
to a sense of their power, and that the
contest which they have entered upon
win be waged with the utmost vigor
and enthusiasm.   Not only was the at-
tendance  the largest thai   has taken
pan in any meeting of the association,
over .me hundred delegati - beini; pres-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ lent,  but   it   was  the   most   ropresenta-
are  at   the present   time  the.  thos,.  present  Including over a
engaged in 'esting   out    these   black  dozen members of the Dominion par
n-ers upon Wreck bay, and if ltament, several senators, a number of
members of the Ontario legislature
and candidates, besides office-bearers
in the various local associations.
tirectors,
:,. em. ' - for the
. a.-   h< I i  at     the
President  T.
ialT,    and
Shi  ifl  Armstrong
...  i    direction    ol
Princl]      - now In the elei enl h
  year ol office,  -v.,.    changes    in    the
������"- -  ni - Armstrong   tai tltj  bi ni its year, in   the
Fishi :     I   ;���   Canfield, W. K   Phj   ���:i    Insti iction  and  musical  de-
*.,   w< Ish, Aid j partmi aU
Aid. G     ���  ���   1.   \   Lewis, A. O.      W   V   Clarke  late of the University
li. it manager.   W.    H. jot Nebraska, Lincoln,   succeeds   Mr
Historical  heiics Donated.
C,   c.   i bui      government   agent,
sal I   I tat   ��� ti        ��������� ���". gen< ral    was
todas   (\V< Inesday)   bringing a  num-
ber ol  Vi i   ' -  les,  maps and
BO i ii. found in the vaults at Victoria
parliament buildings, for display at
thi historical exhibit, and they would
be subsequently placed in the custody
of the city.
Balloon Ascent.
One  of the attractions  offered,  by
ol    Si   ttle,    is   a
1 1  Coiumman coi-
"-  undei  na. Lei    ,  . en   at   the   provincial  .-ana   on    efore    His    Honor    Judg-
couraging auspices. The staff is agait . :    .,,.,,    as the  ,  ,  itals   Ho- esterday.    Tbe casi     appeal
ol Ottawa are In negotiation toi dates  >       ere the    prosecutions    of   July,
for  exhibition   games  al   the-   request  when  several dependants  were    fined
ol   Manager   Keary.    They    make    a  for  contravention   ol   the    provincia
final     .1   offer  which   is  undei    con   fishing    regulations    on    the    Frasei
li   ���. ion,  and after a thorough  dis- river,    The appeal raises ihe question
cusslon of ihe matter in all its bear   of   which    authority    controls   tidal,
ings lasi evening al a meeting of the navigable waters,
city directors, it was left in the hands      W. .1. Whiteside appeared for John
of the lacrosse committee to decide,   v Kendall and others, the appellants,
It would be premature at this time to aml  the  respondents   the    provincial
-cuss the terms of the tour, or the government     were     represented     by
���  ��� physical    Instructor,    and
upon his arrival the gymnasium
classes, which are open to the public,
will be recommenced. By Monday
'la     ire expected to be in full swing
Robert    Cassidy, K.  C,    A.   Whealler
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iiiss C   A. Smith, of the college of  conditions  under  which   it  would  be  ^^ & ^^.^ b].ief fo[. ^ ^^
m���:-���      Toronto,    and    formerly    in (acceptable to the R.A^& 1. so ^>*    | jon government.
charge of the west  branch work    in      The  Tecumsehs  meet    tonight    at Heap.      A ed_
r^iiv   will  take up her duties ,o    ����^^   ^    n,     hearing     ocenpie,     al,    day.
,,.,,. ^naitenge  ioi    .e ��� formal  evidence  being taken in    two
',.,���.   ���___.<>.   ���������.. ��H     ��� tte ,dect.lc�� ���i^'^*-., ��� ��!, ��ta . p
 -*��� - ��� %,":z.z .::::::,:::ZTy'.^:^ ������ ���a *��� ��� - ���*
        iiipieci   ine opnnoM
about evenly divided.   Only a few oi;ueen ^,���_..^ J�� J     .      ^^ on ��� ing   d���nng    prohibited    hours.    The.
the  hoarding students from  up-cotm   oi i . u. no.,   m    . i0ther cases were theQ forma]]v    ad.
To.Li,   of   Seattle,   is    a   > ;il-'H'***%_v .., ,v, vel an*ived, but    when    all
ascent,  firing between   tbe  aeronauts 11 ^     mtsni  ,he  register  will  show j
in mid-air. one dropping in a parachute and the other coming down with
the balloon, The chairman: ���The
prospect of anybody being killed will
be  an attraction."    (Laughter.)    The
results prove to be profitable,
robably be in the future
��� a relatively large de-
p( rsonally, l am perfectlj
with  the  prospects, but   foi
project was favorably considered and
the promoters will be asked if they
are prepared to make three ascensions during exhibition.
City's Athletic Fame.
.1 A. Rennie wrote suggesting that
the trophies won by various a'hletic
bodies iu the city should be placed on
exhibition this year, and Abb Gray
.-aid this was being done 'n connection with the lacrosse club. The cups
and shiebis belonging    to   'lie    club
were to   e piaci.il   in   the   Carnegie  ���_	
library.    The manager said an  effort  pwed provincial  university
would  be made to carry  thi   sugges- of which has nol y" been chosen. The
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a considerable increase on last yeai
Jubilee   Endowment   Fund.
Tin-     matriculation     examinations
(supplementary)   will open today  before Re\   \\    H   Barraclough,    about
twelve students writing for the    ex-
amlnatione     Class work will  be carried on ln the steady lines of previous
much attention being given by
the principal, who will have the   as-
-   tance of Mr.  Graham; to raise the
$1    lufiilei   endowment fund  for
thi   college, which was approved    by | the  company, he  was
the challenge. Ijourned  till  the  February  court,  and
1 the  argument   in  the  two test  cases
I was adjourned till a date to be fixed.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    j     For   the   appellants   .Mr.   Whiteside
flW   RFINfi  rHAIIFNIlFH '" the ���*cense of KendnI1. and    a
UN   DLlllU ullALLLllULlI j copy of the Canada Gazette of June
  18,   190S.     After  the   formal   evidence
1
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Mi SHOOTS STRIKER
I had been taken in the case of fishing
Winnipeg, Sept 15.���Winnipeg,   ex"  without   the  provincial    license,  Mr.
periencl lasi night the first real sen    _vh.teg.de    ftddressed    ,hc>    wun    ,lt
sation of   the   C.P.R.    meo1""* ^s   length on the subject, contending that
strike. Late last night when Dame 1^ t])e rtecisj01- of th(, lmperlal
M. Hepner, one of the strikebreakers. prjvy c<ninpil in 1V)S the ac!s ot- the
was   leaving the  barricaded   yards  ��rL,.ovlncial  leuislatnve  controlling    the
IfiBheries were ultra vires, and there-
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��� '   K'ahm*'
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tin. last conference.    The  proposal  is
���,      end |4  on the   present   In-
lt ��� ttion, and the balance on a    new
building to be  placed near the    pro-
the   site
Robert   Kirk,  a  member of   the-    ���> * . fore not  Incumbent  on  Kendall,    the
night gang of   strikers* pickets.      He   [],ill;ni.   ,o 1)h.���rVf,
was warned by Hepner   to keep   his Transfer of Control,
distance, but continued to  approach.j    ^   ^ respondents    Mr.    Cassidy
mi
!   H.-'S". *.*.
'-.Jill        l in*       jr. -..,,.
I I will content myself with  |i|jA|iTnn*u   nnnni CU
ing this:  that  within the next two  UliaAf UK I   lnUuLLlTl
���   MIN BEINfl HIRED
.  will prove that the western
Van    uver  Island,  holds    a
,|  the moraine, which  wanning the  great    glacial
,. gravel which was de-
the glacial ���  ioch i    ni
..   moraine   winch   -
acer deposit*  ol  which
md and which   ire  now
ed    upon     the    ta
. undoubtedlj   bad '������'
.   most inti restini   ,- ���������"1
iraried history.
. ,,,: of thi se placers In
ar,   being  developed
Fo .   mil Ions in
.-.: ; om thi   -   lasl spring
argel    i  .tain id on  thi
of   Nome,   which     '���-
,,.  Daws* n   and  - 600
-i indie   Much  Dirt
.. n - ayin
Moving  of White   House to Vicinity of
Houses of III   Repute  Starts An
other Vice  Agitation.
The  vexe I   problem  ol a   rest t li ted
let is, again  In the  limelight, an
agitation    having    followed    the   dis
covery that    the   White   house,   tor
years a notorious resort on McXet i
.-airret. wfls ntHitii to be move,| to    in
other  section of  tbe  city,  wheri   the
,.-, jence  of  a   nnmbeT   of    Imm u*aJ
.....:,   i reates   the  Impression    that
vice is still rampant in the weal end.
mo\ lng t>i the   hou
.    Repre entations    calling    at ti i
* j to t his colons  ol harpies were
Hon Into effect.
Columbia  Street Lighting.
Aid. Graj  reported thai |600 would
.   in   raised  for  the lighting    ol
Columbia  street,  as    the    m< rcl ints
were   quite   willing   to   subscribe      \
additional     subscriptions    have
leen   reeeived  since the meeting    on
! Friday.    The court   bouse will  be li'
up  during  exhibition   week    and   the
ovi   nnii ai    ha ve    bi i n      ppi i iache l
j with   i��� -a;d  to thi     i_ iting    ii    the
; Fraser   ridge.
Games at  Exhibition.
The  a- - angement -  have  been  con-
...     ,i  lacrosse match in    di
ih-.  afti . noons,    probably    Th irsday,
bet wet ii     \\ estmlnstl 1      inn l'lnc:    ������ -
and V. a. C.   The fool .ai! matel   '
fixed  for Tuesday,  Sept. 29,    at    i   '
o'clock, and  the baseball gami
    ti   for   Fridi j.  (let    -'.  at  S
p.m.    M dais   will the
lai   a ���      football.
! i. execi-ilvi   ba I men-
ouu.. tioned  Westham  Island   iv  most   suit
com    i  ..���   o  b ir   ���
i onsidi :��� i - club
shoo I     an.i    the    l
Hepner then produced a nlckle-plated
t<--.olver, shouting, "Keep back, or I'll
tin-.'    Kirk   w as  not   dismay ed,  and
xclalmed,  -Vou  have  done  yourself
now. you'll be arrested for carrying a
addressed the coun for two hours,
co'iteiidint.' that the fisheries rights
belonged to the province, the fish in
#H-> water to them and the legislature
i
v A %
Idea is     ���   the   theological   and
��� tudents to a new bullet
i,,,, .-. also the senior ladies section   leaving th<   younger students at 	
��� , ,,,,si.|era I e   Speni.in-s   waao-j.   ."^     =��� I nsn   ai.   piennuie   uuut
Westmin let     Th. ^ is a com .. ������    e Wrk fell wounded ln the Btomach     f ^^   ^  abvoM  by
debt on the present buildings, ana ��      ^   ^.^  ^  uotified and  ^d | the actlon of the legislature   in   re-
iow, you'll be arrested for carrying [i h.h] .,.., )K).ve|. t0 snv who should fish
,-evolver." He had hardly stoppedjThe prlmary ]jght of the I)UbUc ,���
speaking when the   gun   Hashed     r.   ^   ^  pleasure under the provisions
money   is  required to    refurnish    h
1Tesent  college, the balance, |_ -
will be ve;-.   profltal        tl  in mak-
ag   Columbian   college   the  foremost
tilled   and   had
the  wounded  man  conveyed    to    the
-Miiting lhat  right, as they had   re
nte Muiiii.it '  iiieo. ^ _���-- strtcung mat  ngm, as t-c>   u��u   �����--
hospital, where he is still unconscious gtricted (|ih]   ^M&   introduced into
lh,.  police  scoured  the  distrlcl    anQ the orlginai colony from England-with
._...i   ii.,,.,,,,,.   mi   on     rally . .....     , .. ,   ., ��������������
uoiumnia..  *-'""--.- aucatlouai I finally  arrested  Hepner  at  an    eariy i &nd (h   . h;1(, Uu, power
as it is the oldest, hlghei educational^ ^ ^^    .^ ^^ ,��� ,,���.   ^ ^   ^   ^ ^ ^^ ^ ^
wound may be fatal. . | under certain conditions.   He had ad-
Kirk resides at Elgin   avenue   an* mitted that while the   man   who   ac-
was unmarried.    He was a machinls , !epted ()uj con(iitions. generalized and
.,���,,   a,rived   here   from   Scotland   EoUT��� ^^^ ^  ^  bQck  (){ th(.   provin.
, ,     Hepner    is    the    son    of)
institution In the province.   Of cott si
it   will    e two    ye u s    before    th se
- lans can take shape, bul  special efforts wiil be made to raise the money
as a means ol cele rating next
the   jubilee of    Methodism in  British I years
Columbia, Everything promises a sue-    *���"""'
. Bsful ye ir's work, and in club   and
,- iiletic life the happiness of students
wiil I,. wi     cared for In the coming
���i
years   ago    Hepner   is   the   son   ��M ciai llcense form was bound by them,
Samuei Hepner, a carpenter, of Helm\     ^ ^ q goo(J w;(v of dratting tn,
He  takes  his   arrest  inditter-, ^ ^      ^  ^ ^ questlon the Hglii.
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elltlvl	
Strikers  ^%am^uaaam ,^^^^^^^^^^^^
undred'marched to the C.P.R-8h0Ps   because  ,��� carry  out  the regulations
this morning with the object of   over-
,,f the   Dominion  lo    raise   a  license
the   number  of  sev<'*a* i (||],.   under  lhe  privy  council  finding,
it   iniant   that   officers must   te    em
Bay really .
.       -bal    a
...      .   tl    . ...I'   '
and  thai    ma-
,,   put   up   which   will |
made al    he l-asl   meeting of
.   Cor ���- 'i".. reason I
tat Ion   tailed to appear.    Some aci.
will probablj  be taken next week.
The \\ hite house was recentlj
Music
from  40.000 to  50.-1 chased  by a young woman  who    bad   iiav^ ti&g?l9e
a   ,1;,, I previously secured possession oi
-and  runs   from   1 ��H_^^^^^^^^^
the site of the ers
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^T11'      I "_____________________________________________���
iii:.h d	
and building.
yard,  and   1,000  to
maj   mean taking
... -,, $5000 a day. There
.,.     deposits, where    'by _        ,
i  ,,,,;,,. machinery 100.000 close at this moment to you tm
at-,, handled  dally.    We  locality.
;     to
iand ��   ���
i
In
wo days.
Ordinal   "Press   Agent '   Dead.
:'hit ago,     Si p       15     i lugh    I   ���
Cl edited    w Ith      .��� Hi-;    thl
the modern pi    s ai ed at    the,
- li a.hit
     3a
da.,. .   ���     of his de        lld
......    public   until  tod ij     lie
old  ind death was due to
cancer.    His home was   a    Was
ton,  D, C.    i be dei e t sed
posli on    ��� igent 'as     it    Is \
���   10 a li   - .il.i .       l !,' . .   ,
I li,. p iblli itj     .tn  ul  p,  i.  Bat.. .in.
'Mis   ni... ...������- i        11     Ilieaiu     in...    a,...v_.._    	
,,,.��������� the strike-breakers. I he. mane        ^ ^ ^^ ml,_, b(, money
 ,   tr.   hreak   into   the     >aiu   ,--.,,__,,-,l,-   nnntnH   n
ttempi   to  break   into
and   nearly   succeeded,   but    reinforci
|ments of police shut the massive gates  !
to the    inner    enclosure
' ime to  prevent  a collision.
pat them. Mr. Cassidy quoted many
authorities in Bupoprl of his cou-
t,, tentlons, and the argument resolving
Itself Into a constitutional one,
naturally wandered over a wide field
of ] id      ���        - d nts.
"i>y [labor leader visits
mm luno
owe er, use the hydraulic
an  ordinary excavating
1 ���    .  bul our power will be
..  tor  1   am  always  in
rt.in|   st,.am   into  elec-
' ���"'      i  - being   more   t-onvient
-.Con  over  either an  expen-
irj.    i   have  been   up    at
luring the pasl   six  weeks
��� ���at is quite new to me,
I   nothing whatever of  it   un-
11 i "-1'. ���  . : months ago.   The black
if   Wreck   bay   will   inn   $*  In
��� a   but   remeraiber this.
ii ���    er   line particles of placer
m  it ited  in  magnetic  Iron.j
formation, and nol
'    tlxture,      1   have  indeed
ack   .-and.   which   runs
,.._   _������J^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���  i'i,.   Vernon,
rices wer^paid for the ground   ,=  .��� for a,
TheTllv jumping competitions for
hori have been somewhat chan^
,,. the    annoiii meni    oi   (������li-1-
]      c will now be four,    open    (two
idles (I).*���  (l). and con
,,,,,,,����� ���. ; -h ���*.�������� *' "'"E""""""
Gold   and   Platinum.
-Why,  tor a great   many  years
the
liREAl NORTHERN REFUSES
TU BUILD DtPQT AT BURNABY
____________________________________________________i._________B_L.ii ��� ihelnrizes'. k'dies  ��� H
greater par, ofthe placer gold ol tnejpru
.eposlts along the Fraser river
which
deiiosji-a  ��'��"R  '  .vilhill
I understand Hows altogether within
VOur territories. I am free to state 1
dO noi think that plat.nun, is to
found alone in the black sands ol ���
couver island, as g'old Is mixed wi*A
the platinum which Is <��Hoow��ed^n
,hose  deposits.    Platinum    is
froni <
,,- the  grand stand.
as $16 i In gold and plat)
on, and  in   British   Co-
. though l will not  -i'*5-
mingled with the gold, This rare ��
**   ^   le   "   ",';,   ;: rangmg a
worth $26 an ounce,  11
^' ���* i]1 "": fSTJ tdlnary ���
Have it  has n-aciied tin
figure of J'.ii an ounce.
New Process
-1 am. moreover, '   "
PLOT  FRUSTRATED  FOR
A JAILBREAK  IN  UTAH
salt  Uke. UtaTsep.   ^ ^
state penitentiary ^te7yguooe8Bful,
whioh   if   I'   "ad   proved    su<
,   b-iv.se, ai liberty three of the
would have sei ri8oni
ra08( desperate men la   ^   p
UU-hardO ^'^ZZZ^
.rami   larceny:   doe   Sull�� ���   ���
fUfe sentence for. the murder oCOB
cer Charles  Ford,  and Ab. ^
Dawson, Sept. 15.   The acting vi "        �����*.*''
e Western Federation g, yt Wiltshire, secretary of the
Minus during the Moyer-Pettibone- committee formed for the purpose of
lywood trial   is visiting    Fairbank.-  aecuring a station on the North road
  a   now.   incognito,     investigating    labor. croSsing of the C .\\ R., for the    cotl-
Liberal meeting called by \v. \v. li.   troubles.   He registered here as J. B. Lenience of North  Burnaby,  Burqutt-
,.,,.���. Jones, of Springfield. His real name la,^ gapperton and Coquitlam resi-
ls c. K- -Mahoney. He stated here ,u,ms h;ls ,,eceive(1 an intimatiot)
thai laboring men in this camp were thal the company cannot at present
'satisfied with their treatment. Moyer. s,.v jls .v._y to provlde the ,,esired ac.
who recently investigated labor con- comm0datlon. Incidentally the sparse-
ditlona at Juneau, ls reported as on neBS of the population is referred to
his way to Dawson. ,s a reas0n for thls reftisal.
 ,  Much  indignation  is  expressed    at
this result of the efforts made to se-
NO COLD WEATHER YET c,]re this much needed means of com-
ON THE UPPER YUKON   miinicaMon   with   Vancouver  and    the
  : south.    A fresh attempt  will no doubt
Dawson,   Sept.   IB,���The  upper   Yu-  be made In the near future lo secure
koii   river   is   little   affected   by     cold   a station on  the proposed  site.
weather,    Navigation  to   Dawson   and , ~"T- ��� '
Whitehorse    will    probably   continue   *****************
POLITICAL   IN i cL-LiGENCE.
Jardine  Will   Speak.
Robert  Jardine  will    speak
Mclnnes   at   Kbunie   on   Krnla
ing.
Lioeral's Easf T.isk.
Winnipeg. Sept. 15. -F. H Keefer,
of Port Arthur, has been nominated iy
the Conservatives to oppose Mr Con
mee In Thunder Ray. Rainy River
seat. Mr. Conmee will lia\*!_ an easy-
victory.
Wise Conservative.
Quebec, Sept. 15.���A. Sevigny   has
declined the Conservative nomination
for Port Neuf county for the Commons.
,   tate this
Continual! on Page Seven.)
'��� sentence ���  jor8
m   Charles   Pord,   and ^        I J,
serving a life tern, for   he ����rC
Police Captain Hrown. of 0*0*
Borden's  Funny   Man  Picked.
.Montreal,    Sept.    15.���BeauharnolB
Conservatives have renominated J. Q
itirontrh  the  first  week    of    October.   * ^^^^^^^^__^^^_
"I;;: tt   steamer   f-n.   Dawson   forU YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL.
Kairhanks is scheduled to leave here  *
m about ten days.    A heavy   move-  * Spokane	
Conservatives have renominate ... -iin aiioiii Vancouver 14
H. Rergeron.  silling   member   for   ������'..'    uteat   is  now   on   -^Jj^^glt
Common., aa their candidate in the j from _ Falrbanh.    via   Dawson    for,#.:. .             .^..:^_.
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Demlng *a: the le
adei of th? pi"1.     next election.
. Seattle.
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Ladies: Do you need skirts, blouses,
knitted or muslin underwear, hosiery, furs, ribbons, pillow tops, etc.
There is still time to buy them at a
great saving. During the big sale
at the White House you have been
offered more bargains than were
ever before offered in B. C. Why ?
When Mr. A. W. Lewis, of Lewis
Bros. & Co., was given orders to
dispose of the stock he fully realized that prices must be cut to lower
than the actual cost. That the public appreciated these price-cuts is
proven by the many bundles leaving the store and the increasing
empty spaces in the previously
well filled shelves.
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* *
*
X You have been promis- ���
j ed a saving of from 30 :
��� to 60 cents on the dol- ���
��� lar. The price-tag tells. ���
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._.:-���_*.- _��^-,&^jfa___ .^^._____Sg_a-___t *m-iimm i
Ladies' Blouses
Lawns.   Linens,  Cambrics.   Mulls. Silks, Etc., in  Latest Patterns.
Every Blouse in the Store
'Jp to $1.50. now 65c
Every   Blouse  valued   up  to $2.00.   now    95c
Value  up to $3.00,  now       $1.45
Value up to $3.50. now  ... .fri $1 75
Value up to $4.50, now $2.35
Value  up to $5.00. now $2.75
Value  up to $7.50. now    $3.95
To-day is Special Underwear Daw Bear this in
mind; it will save you
money.
THEDAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY    _EPTEMBer ��� ^
LAST WEEK
OF
White House
When, beginning Friday. Sept. 4
wv undertook to close out the entire stock of Mrs. A. J.    irtch'a
111^ _. -^"~��    *~>> -'"������-. \'t 1V.CJ5
have made all things possible. For
the past 9 days the goods have left
n ��� ��� - -    I the store in almost wholesale quan-
RGdQIUStrtlGtlL   I titles.   However, many of the best
��^��**J*"��JMi��Wll*   Ibargains still remain.    We have
only four days more in wiiich to
dispose of what is�� left, but our
prices will accomplish the desired
I end.
j Lewis Bros. & Co.
SALE
*&
Mrs. A. J. Birtch
Mrs. A. J. Birtch
Lewis Bros. & Co. have
four days more in which
to dispose of the remainder of the White House
stock. From now on merciless price-shattering will
be the order of the day.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
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\ once
Dame Fortune  knocks
at   each
man s :
door, but the knock is ���
oft left unanswered.
.c��.__r.flaii
TO-DAY
(Wednesday) is to be Special Underwear Day. Every piece of Underwear
in the store will be on sale at closing
out prices. Effort will be made to
dispose of the remainder of the underwear in one day. This does not mean
that nothing else is on sale. Positively
everything is on sale and must be
disposed of before the coming Saturday night.
HT*
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mv,
Ladies' Skirts
Cheviots.   Broadcloths.   Worsteds,    Voiles.    Panamas,    Vicuna
tians.  Etc..  Etc.
Regular $3.00,  now  I  *
Regular $4.50.  now	
Regular $5.00.  now  ���
Regular $7.50, now  	
Regular $8.00, now   '   -":-
Regular $9 50. now  -4"-'
Regular $10.50. now     ;' :
Regular $15.00. now   >   ���
Ladies' and Children's Hose
Two for 25c  Value
25c Value   . .   	
35c   Value    	
50c   Value    	
60c   Value   	
75c   Value   	
10c
���;*
40c
50c
"Don't Tell My Wife"
���a.   ., ____
m*i*~
. ii - .. ��� .mire unadult-
ei al ��� *** li and une iai ��� humor will
Hnd 10th, it is Bald, In that hilarious
tarce comedy "Don't 'Ml M> Wife."
whicli ihe Richard ���' Jose company
will produce at the Opera House,
It, is the creation of .Tames  Foster
Mlllken, and  v. bile new to this coasi
has enjo        i  season of uninterupted
success   and   now   conies   to  Iiii-   city
for one nighl   Mondaj. September 21.
The plol la sai.l to be interesting
ami tells ol a mother-in-law who is
determined thai her son-in-law shall
continue to be the hero he represented
himself before marriage, Then his
troubles reallj   begin,
In his efforts to successfully deceive Ins wife and nintluT in law this
character, Captain Bennett, gets himself into iilmnsi Inextricable diflicul-
ties which, while serious for himself
are very laughable to the audience.
The storj   is natural and  does nol
even border on the Impossible,    I' is
also clean   and   wholesome     ill     lone.
there is nol an objections! line In the simon F-'raser
entire dialogue.   The performance will  judge Howay
o enlivened by the Bweel tone voice  y^n   fjoway
of |<1s��* a  w. McLeod
��������������������������������� ii. la. Edmonds
SUBSCRIPTIONS  COMING   IN
FOR   FRASER   CENTENNIAL
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
The following    mal Ion i have
received  so  [ar  towards    the    dollai
subscription  collection for the Simon
l'ta.-ei- ci.ntinui.il fund. Tii<- N't I ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
will acknowledge ins Benl to Exhlbi-1 ��OT CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
tion Manager, care oi Citj Hall, audi WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
a separate account  will be opiated   n | FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains   (excepi
Sunday)    carrying   pas-jtngers,   mail,
one ot* the banks. Donation! will be
welcome al oue,. as the monumem Is
already ordered.
Duke of NorfoU.  $9.00
Miss Fraser (Hamilton)   1.00
K. E. Qosnell    i 00
E. S. Peters (Fraser Lake)    l ,00
\   (I.   McKay       1 ,00
W. H. Keary   i .00 j
(',.   A. Fraser    1.00 j
    .   .   1.00
 1.00
 1.00
 1.00
   1.00
express    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcro9s and White Horse,
maintaining a throuuh winter service.
For information apply to
I.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   .Manager,
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Aid.   Fader   	
Mrs. E, .1. Fader 	
Miss A. J. Ashby	
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue j ^)rl   Johnston
PHONE 37a. ! Mr*. -1- ���'��� -lollt-i_ Un'   l.oo
\V. A. Duncan   I.OO
Richard Joae.
BOWELL ��  ODDY, Proprietor*.
"The MUwaukee"
���The Pioaeer Limited'' St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
W. J. Whiteside  1,00  railroad  in  the   world  that   equal   in
���\ld   Shiles       i 00  equip"""1* tnat ot* the Ch'cago. Mil-
, 0(.   waukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
| own and operate their own  sleeping
' ""  and .'inh-r "ITS on alll their trains and
1(-��!give   Jul    _. trons   an excellence  of
iervi._   i.. , btainable elsewhere.
tl. 9. ROWE. General Agent.
..U Third SL. cor Alder *ortu<---.d. Or.
Vwoarer, B. C.
IT. H. Wilson   Lui)
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333
J
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS sDA>    SEPTCMBER
1W��S.
THE DA
Iran-d Car
OF-
ARGAINS!
FOR
TO-DAY
Our fall stock of Fine Tailor-made Garments
has arrived and we are showing the finest range of
Clothing ever seen in the city.
We intend to make TO-DAY a big Suit day.
Prices will be cut on all our suits.
Read a Few of Our Leaders
fo
Men's Suits, in fine imported
���weeds and worsteds, regular $25.00 to $35.00. Sale
price $18.50
's tine tweed and worsted
suits, regular -$18.50 to
$22.50. Sale price  12.50
'���'.-1 's fine tweed and worsted
aits,   regular   $12.50   to
SIS.   Sale i��rice     8.50
's line imported tweed and
rsted trousers,  regular
$5 to 0.5<). Sale price...    3.50
i's tine tweed and worsted
users, regular 3.50 to
4.50.    Sale price     2.25
.en's strong tweed working
-���ts, regular 1.75.
price, a pair 75c
*��� rong school suits, reg-
r.3.00.    Toclear at..  L.60
-' serge ard tweed
. regular 1.50 to 6.50.
price  3.50
trong school shoes,, reg-
lar 1.75.    Sale price  90c
Mon's strong working shirts,
regular 1.00.    Sale price. . 45c
.Men's fine shoes, in box calf
and kid, Goodyear welted,
regular 5.00 and 5.50.
Sale price  $2.95
A snap -Men's strong working
shoes, reg. 3.50 and 1.00.
Sale price  1.95
Men's braces, reg. 50c. Sale
price  25c
Men's .-trong working suits,
reg. 10.00.    Sale price . . 3.25
Boys' 1 traces,  reg. 15c.   Sale
price  5c
Canvas gloves, 1 pair dor 25c
Penn     '     wool    ur lerwear,
r- .''. I .25.    3 ���*. .   .  75'*
Mercelli   handk
3.50.    Sale
2oc.    bi
Suit   cai
Dric
Self-opening 'ellas,   reg.'
1.75 and 2.    .   Sale price. .90c
estminster
Clothing Co.
DAVE GROSSMAN. Proprietor
Columbia Street,      -       -      New Westminster
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This  ls Mv 73rd Birthday
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QREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
l.v. N. \V. :���.:.  a.m.; ar. Btt&tUt 4 n m
l.v. N W, 4.SB pjm.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
X. V :   .. -      at   Seal      .  I
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Q. N. R.- PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 8:60 p.m.,
| ori i\ tl ilchnii fi p.m, Mondaj b, Wo i
. nd Fridays,
i     ire Guichon 6: 30 a m��� arrlvi  N  ��
Wi  ��� ��� tin li    S:I5, Mondays, Wedm
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i    i_eavi   Ni w We itmlnater 5:60, 6 20
.'  10  ind 8 a in . and every half
i       ��� ereafti r till n p.m.
i.v. Vanoouver fur Westminster ��t
C 50, : 20 and halt hourly  till
' ll "ii |i in.
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m*memn*inK*wir?rmr^**r<'-*r*j*v**'-y-> **?���**"*���:���*
OF
New Westminster
A Mass Meeting of West.minster Liberals,
and supporters of the \),[v\y, will be held on
Tuesday^ Sept 22, 1908
AT   S   P. M*
 |\*	
Hardman s Hall, MacKenzie Street
P^or the purpose of electint? delegates to the
nominating convention to be held on September 30, 1908.
J. W. MACDONALD, President
W. J. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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it to be good, but neither they nor the
Government counted on a Tory now In
the  ministry at  Victoria advising   :i
Published by the Daily News Pub-1 Japanese client   and   preparing    con-
lisbiiig  Company,   Limited,   at   their tracts  for  the  wholesale importation
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front L�� Jap coolie labor for the great oor-
treets, New Westminster, B. C. poratious of the country.
appointment, because you remember,
perhaps whal a bumper house thej
drew lasi time they were here, and
tne crowds they turned away. Maybe
you' were one of the disappointed
ones.    Then, If Bo, profit by your ex-
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
_-<Sf8
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UNl6N'#r)LABEt   ���
perience and   buy   your   seats   early;
ll the treaty or agreemeni   falls In they  were placed on sale tliis  morn-
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby    given    that    the!:
voters' lisl for the year 1908 b,as been
completed, and that the .same may bei
seen   at   * nis office  foi-  thirty    aay8
its Intention to do justice    ,0    bothjing    Thej have a big troupe this vear I1''"'" ''"' 'll''' her60t'*   '"' ���">:��� person
parties thereto, then we say-the blame fortj   people ( ' C        t0  '"' ;""" '  to the
WEDNESDAY,  SEPTEMBER   16. 1908.
DO  NOT FORGET.
I io not  torgei  those barrels <>r apples ai Colchester.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
will   rest   with  one    of    the    loudesl '     There will be a big parade at noon,
' uthed   protestors   in   the   forefront and unless you watch yourself the band
of the Tory ranks and  not  with   the|wm make yuu forgel  your dinner, be
IGovernmenl al  Ottawa. 'cause it's the best ever.
The only answer that can be mad.-      Thursday, September 17, is the date
to the Columbian's    claim    thai    the 0f   their  appearance   at   the    Opera
Provinces of Alberta and  Saskatche House
wan  were fettered  with a dual school	
system,   is   that     Saskatchewan     has,*"
spoken and the Tories hear the echo **C\*?,t the Habit"
still.
Did You Ever
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
MINSTRELS COMING HERE
WITH FUN SHOW TOMORROW  " r  '    " '"" '	
Prepare to shelve mechancholla, and
get your laughing apparatus In working order, for those funny, tunnj fellows, The Minstrels, are coming to
town, and ihis time it is the largest
one on the road, Richards & Pringle's;
iiii.TcHjii'.DS.s. pi>!N>c>isrAi.ou.
TOfflit MINSTRELS
LAURIER   AT  SOREL.
Editorially the Columbian has again
transgressed. In Monday's leader it
went out oi Its way in comment on
the Premier opening his campaign at
Sorel, Que., wherein the honored lirst
citizen of Canada was declared to be
"in the best of spirits, and buoyant
If not boyish," the Columbian adds
and the reader Is justified in substituting childish as the proper term."
\ more i ontemptible, caddish, rattle-
braine! reference to u public man
could hardlj escape the most ignorant Siwash i" be found in British
Columbia-
Tn i has refer to Sir Wilfrid Laurier
the Ci lumbian Insults the whole pen-
pie of Canada, He who stood oui In
I be foi i fi onl as I he ablest man of all
the :. est ntatives gathered at the
conference of Premiers of the Empire
in Liondon to be referred to by a little
patenl tin dicine sheel as being "childish" certainly reaches the limit. Whal
hurts the Columbian though, is the
fact that what Sir Wilfrid said al
Sore] is absolutelj true, thai since
1896 Canada has become th< brigh esl
jewel in the British Crown,
Can the Columbian poinl to any
section of the Empire that has developed and expanded with one-tenth
of the ratio as the Dominion of Canada Iris done ? Sir Wilfrid and his
Government have shown the world
how io rule, so thai the people may
be prosperous and happy, -rhe world
has  looked on  in  wonder as Canada "
progressed by leaps and bounds, and guess J'ou know them, for they havi
whereas under the Conservative re- '""''" coming her,, for years Don'
gime we cringed before the older and 'Al-'! now till the las; minute to get
greater competitors in the world's ' llu' tickets, and then meel with lis
marl ets, under the wise guidance of
.in able Liberal Governmenl we ar ���
In .. positi 'ii to dictate and i
hold oui own agalnsl all others In the
race I ir c imniercial j <>w er and I
1 j ���
The t 'olumbian   c ia    ���      parrotlike j
whai     i leorge     Ellin      F    tei      has
i hai gi .   the   Premier  with    dec   ��� i
he Fi       i   i -     Wilfrid
.;. in ��� he exhl ition building:
.   i     lis Citj and -
���   ..       -   '. 01 I-:     "I   .un   a   '..:'"      .   i
chool    if tin   sell ... ol  i   ���
t bi He..���    iu
ade as  thej   havi
free     ide is   be goal ol I In
Ll ... . .;   insane would
iv, ould  so   iistui b  con-
i iavi   bi
fix   I,       thi    I struction    of    all the
trad e country,    Thei ���-
;. ���      it   a revenue to carrj    on    the
busini ss   oi  thi   co ml'  .   md as    the
expands there will be
. easing b mands uj on the treasui j.
so that we cannot hope to see free
tra le fullj realizi d foi a long time
to come, perhaps nol in our nine, bul
it Will < -i���;��� b( ' be -y.'.il in which, little
... Ill tli is , on 111 ions warrant, the
i.i bi ral . art;,  will endeavor to reach."
missed   a  treat.     We handle
China
lllassware
Kitchen Furniture
Hardware  Sundries
Enamelware
Tinware
Stationery
Office Suppl i -
School Suppll a
Toys
Souvenirs
i lonfi ctionerj
Today's   Special'���Japanese   Earthenware Teapots  10c  Each.
jute Fair
240 Colum ia   Street.
.New Westminster.
Thursday's   Special���One-third   Pint
Glass  Tumblers  55c  a   Dozen.
s;l,,l voters' List, or anj elector who[
shall desire to have any name erased
therefrom, must prefer his   or her re-'
quesl   In  writing,  signed  with his or i
her name, and shall deliver or cause i
sain,. tO in- delivered, to the City C ���  :
within  the time hereinbefore    spec!
tied.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Clerk's  Office,  City   Hall,  New
Westminster, SeptT4; 1908.
A Drop in Prices
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars, - - 50c doz
See those 10-pieee Toilet, Sets
we are selling at $2.7.')
ADAMS STOEANS
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
Phone 97.
GROCERS
Prompt Delivery
SPICY!
Tenders are called for the plum!
lng of the new West End school
house. Plans and specifioaitlons
can be seen at. the | . _ Hall.
Tenders mast be made on form sup
plied and as noted on spe< Ification
\ cheque for Id per cent
contract must accomj
same to be forfelte
fuses to accepl contract. Tenders musl
be in the hands of the secretarj ���
the school hoard not later than twleve /\t
noon, Monday 21st of September, 190S
Lowest or any tender nol necessarily
accepti a,
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretar ~
Pure Spices in  1 -4 lb. pkgs.
Guaranteed
'���*���'���������'������:'"'������ full strength and weight. Money re-
lit,'',!:.:'-' turned if not better than any you have
Ryall's Drug Store
Wt   MEAN   IT
P.O. Box   ITt Tel.  53.        R��:
Estimates   Submitted.
4:',"
Clarence Powell
With  Richards .*.-  Pringle's Minstrels.
"We     iv for cash and  sell  for  the
same."
>��
tr       ADVERTISE
��� IN  ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
FOU QUICK  RETURNS.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
-Vrought   Iron   Gates,   1-ences,   Crest
ings, Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office  and  Works'.
rent!) Street,   ���    New Westminster
Laying tin: Foundation
for  buildings  all  nvi |
tri. i Is ��hai cnnti
Ing   :.    '���
ortmen    il - ���
niateiIal
"Vane uive
menl.  Rosi    in
and   local   bricl
the  f imous  l'i"
li an   shai .���     an
plaster.     In   fact an
need  In this line.
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITtD
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.. OUR..
THE
TBAOl ha*��
3.00 and $3.50 Shoes
FOR   WOMEN
Just   compare  our Women's   SKoes   at  $3.00  and
��5   $3.50 with  skoes   you'll find   elsewkere   at   th
Notice
Si      ���
TV) s itici  Is i ��� i         ��� ven thai the Van-
W*I .-���;��� Power companj      Imiti
��jjj : i    depo lti d in the Lan I ':��� -
{^) ���  .   i iffli.   ai  the i                 ������  VV'i
faj minsti r,   British   Colum  la.   tl
Vat and      io    ���                            the West-
Sl�� mlnsteT-Chilliwacl.  R lilwa    1*3x1 n lo i
PQ from a poinl  at or near lots one nnd
Y**H two,  city block   four  In  the  Citj   ol
J1J5 Ni .-. Westmin ter, to Ab 0 sford pass-
Ing through    the    Municipalities    of
Surrej,  Delta,   Langh ..   Matsqui   and
i��q the  townsite  ol    Ibbotsford   In    the
rVj District   of   New-   Westminster,  being
KVf section   one,  two  and   three  of   said
l*i railway, as shown on the sa'd plan a'al
P^ approved   ind sanctioned by the Chief
*Sy* '   itnniis.-ioner of Lands and Works fo:���! A  Hardman.    A.JamcS    J. McCluj-an
*J** Province of British Columbia.
��rl:    Dated this 7th day of Augusl   A. D
net jiit vott/trji r
una mi wm    K   r
ITS MH HOC J". U IH   I
jrtu���MMit nv**u.
FOR SALE 8Y
&
There was no gold    rick lure, ii was
fvl
the 1-   ind commonsense utterance oijUj
m
M   price
Ei3
m
e   same
that s all
we as
k.
.1 slatesman, ,\ho knew the weighl oflnf
'.'.is words    We wonder thai the Bor-'*
denlti s refer to this "free  trade'' in
any   waj      In   1896  lhe.>   dreaded     the
calamit;   thai  would  follow  the    entrance   luto   power    of    the    Liberal
, r. ...   This culamltj has ne,er ci
I.-,,   ta.-iit on in ai ly every article   In
the lisi haa seon a reduct.on, tne reve
nue has Increase I,    the    volume   ol
trade  has liu-i 1 as. ,|. the balance   01
trade   wito   other   lands   In    aearlj
everj  Instance i.-. In our favor,   then
whai  do the  Bordenites   propose    to
do .'    \\ e hear  the mutterings oi in
tention  around  the  woollen  mills ot
the country, where to enrich the tew
ai tne expense ol tli - multitude th ���:���
would Increase the tariff to the u'.^11,_-._,
protection mark and perhaps beyond. rQ
The      Coliiuihii.il      '.ni'iitions      lhe   JJfiJ
French treat) aad gays it was reject- LM
ed ii\   the  French  people as useless, fyj
Before the  treaty  was  uiid.-r  discus-  ^RJ
sion when it wiis sough I to ratify it ln|{��$
the French Chamber of Deputies,   it |
was  Bald  thai  our tlovernmehl    had j
given everything awaj to France, th n
when ratification was refused tha Columbian published the rea on as being
"that  it  was drawn too much in favor
of Canada,    As to the tn atj    made
with .lapan, It   was    passed    bj    the
House of Commons without n dissent-n*
lug voice.   The Bordenltes considered
if our $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes a     not the best for the nion.-.' thai
ever covered a fool we don't understand the shoe business. The
fall styles are readj and wf.-,. m)W showing all the new   ind correct  mo lels.
Ask ior our Blucher cut, neat top, Dongola Kid Shoe for $300.
it's a beauty.
111908
A. K. BECKi
Solicitor for the  Vancouver Power
j Company Limited.
HE CRAKE
[*j     English Watchmaker
rt^     Two   door*   from    Gen.   Adorn*.   Croi ������
r
PLUMBING
Our $3.50 Goodyear welted vici Kid shoes are
majorltj of other makes al $4.50.
iqual    'M    thi
The same applies to our ia,ii,.s- $3.50 Velour   Calf.    Goodyear
welled  Blucher CUl  Hoots.
Wo nre Bhowlng a  large range Of ladies' high CUl Patent Leather
Boots, heavy and lighl  soles,  at $3.50 a pair.
We want  every woman who   is   interested   in   moderate   priced
shoes to make this her shoe headquarters.
Ladles' Cold Watcnes from 112.75 u
'I Gentlemen's Silver Watch"" -ipc
1   face, 16.00.
i  Gentlenieu's Silver   Watcnes,   doubi
feJJJ j case, $7.50 up,
rQ    Am-nt for the celebrated Smith hen
UK. Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellmai
Arctic Kxpedltlon.     Ml warranted.
1  Chains, Rings, Jeweiry. etc.. etc.
I  Watch   repairing:    enarges   reason-
i able.
I.
I JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
*/t\   Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   a. C.
E| Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
It you want to enjoy your trip
across the continent���
Travel by the Scenic Railway or
America.
Through Dining Tourist and First-
Class  Sleeping Cars.
Kastcrn Express leaves at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.
For further particulars ana reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   v;inoonV(,r
and   HEATING
Front Street    Tn;:;!
What They All Say
������[   didn't   know  we
gel .uch good work
minster."
The..e an- the win I
of our customers 1 1
Slonal  man 1   when    we
llvered     a     new     lot
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT jAJISPg
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
"hone 388
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters. Etc
Aerated Water?.
NEW  WESTMINSTER- B' C' |,.,.-.
tP
pTBMBli   16   1Wj
IMF CASH STORE
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HE s S~llli2
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���.   g ;,.-��   11 small  profit,   ami   autel.   returns     ��>
nj   merohandi*   ���������   bottom   Pr,cea     "* ���   are
profit*   a.i.d as :   RonaegueiKie turn om stool  ove
I!" ���:
Ocn'^n'C  Bargain  in  Flannelette*
,���-,,,   white  and  Cream   Han-
ntlette   for   10c  -��d.
tw. : self
Ben ���-:.���.:-
.-������:. ��� ���   * ���   ' ���'
si nf
r ten yards
Genuine   Bargain   in   White   Bed
Spreads.      Regular    SI.SO
values   for  SI .OO
s ��� oo
THE _)Aii.'.
S/ S*..   . -���< ****>       ������
Genuine Bargain   in White  Blankets.     S4.75   values  for
S3.95
, -..       . . \ .
. ***    ��� rnl8
". J.; 9S
treat Activity in the Ready-to-wear Department
fa 11 ���  is i a
ed all -' ''    ;n    1uailt>*
.    . [3 ug to go into di ta i
">"'1
(15.00    $25.00   and  $..r..00
" .... $5.00. $10 00. $20.00 and $25.00
$7.50.   $10.50   and   $15.00
\ti ai!!i Misses' Ready-to-wear Garments In great
variety
Fali Underwear for Women
h .- I n ���        ed th     igh anil
-- ,n union, e lai I maki       - : ���������
h M All-wool Sweaters and Jerseys ior 75c
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HOME OF  THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
\ Headquarters    for   Women's    Ready-to-Wear
*0OKSLEY'S Important Notice
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Begs -to announce that he is
now reatly to undertake all
Hindu of upholstorln'... etc., etc.,
at tire lowest prices, saving by
direct work the. middleman's
pro lit.
All communications addressed
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tention.
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PLOSION. LIGHTNING, COLLISION, THEFT OR PILFERAGE.
OF ANV KINO OF DAMAGE. ANO IT COVERS NO MATTER
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THE DAILY HEWa
WEDNESDAY   <:
WHEN  REST IS NEEDED.
��r��_li,ii_   "I   ' ucrtalntj.    In   I't-rlorB*
iimr of Itootlne Work.
""When people fall Into tho habit ot '
pondering whether they have done
routine thiui - ll is high lime inr them
to ��� insider tbe advisability of a rest-
id ,-i physician. "There is no surec
���ign, to my mind, thai the system is
becoming overtaxed than this feeling |
of uncertainty.
"I was staying with a friend th*
other night���spending the night wltb
hlm. in fact. lie's n man whom l
knew pretty well, and i tbouuhl tit
dinner and through the evening, fr im
��� little nervousness In his conversation
a:nl manner, thai hinifl. weren't all
rl with him, but l vnsn't abso
lately convinced till bedtime approach
ed. We were sitting up tairs in his
nt ip ly, his family having retired, and
be asked mc t.i excuse bim while he
siiw thai the house was locked up.
It was a -'t;ii night, and 1 ..miiii follow
his progress around the various rooms
on the first Boor, lie sec.net. in me
to be unnecessarily fr-m;.'. ar i. without
being inquisitive, I really became in-
terested to know whether t.e wasn't
making tbe rounds twle,.. Vinally I
heard him go into 1 lie* parlor, i room
I was sure he had visited at lei it mice
before, when he came npsulra 1
asked laughingly bow mnny tines h��
had seen that PiK'h window was fa��-
eued, Bui he wasn't In a lauiaiitng
mood at all.
" 'It's B funny thinj;. old man.' Im
���aid, 'but I've been fool emough to-lonk
��t eaeh window two or tiree timea.
Do you know, it would strik-o me m'tet��
I hod lefNn room tliat perhaps I hadn't
put the catch properly om one of tb��
windows ther*-. and buck I'd have ta
go to linUe sure. Ituiui? in tliere, I'd
emiuiine the Otter windows again. 1t*��
been that way ti<r half a dozen nighta.
Somehow doing these things (loexnt
Mem to main, the impressioB ou vo*
that oue would expert. This lack of
rareness isn't confine to lodUIng windows either. I (ind myself at tt*
office woiido-ing whether 1 have glvea
inch nnd tradl instractinns���Instnie-
ttons that are ao much a [part of rtrf j
dally work that I suppose 1 give the_��
mechanically and then forget theia,
Nine times out <>f ten 1 tiud everything
II n.l right hut I'm uot quite happy
till I do. I guess I most be getting
old mu Id ish In my old age.'
"It was my turn to oe various them.
I explained to hi:n that his forgetfnW
ness all came from being overtired
From habit he worked like an automaton, doing this. tha. and the other
thing In hi* business or home life, bal
a great number of bis actions ���-w
without tin- eogiiir.imif of the brain.
He needed rest and if lie did not take
lt lie would breaj" down.
"i got bim away from cares for a
bit. and tbe next liiiif 1 saw him be
laughed as heartily over the Incident
of tbe much locked windows as l protended to. Ue ftoesn't know |tv out bo
had a narrow escape. I'm tellit/g thla
story that it may serve us a warning
In an nvmcstn'p'-.'iu* nge." -New Turk
Pr-osa,
Courtesy.
The parvenu stood it 'till ho coulf
Stand it no longer.
".lames." be cried out plteously, "tell
me the worst! You find lay table manners execrable!"
Hut iiis new butler, bowing tirst wiui
stately condescension, only replied:
"As a matter of professional courtesy Hi cannot lientertair.. much less
bexpress, bany hopAnion which might
si .in in hanyway to reflect on my
predecessor 'ere."
And he l�� wed ngain and waa silent,���
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Liberal Convention
I
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 \\. m.., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
���one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
I
J. W, MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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The Wings of Time.
Methuselah wae walking in his gar
den.
__ "My goodness," be exclaimed "-luMen-
ly. "there's another flower on that century plant! Why. it si-onis but yester
day since I plucked a blossom from it"
lie walked slowlj toward an oak tree
2on years old which lm had tenderly
raised from an ncora.
"Ah, me.*' i.i.. mused, "how time
eie^"* -Harper -  ITt-eRly,
All Iron Wringers
K=-i
ivi b  ;uarantee rollers made of the highest  grade Para rubber
aw bavi    he wood frames with enclosed cogs.    In washing machines
��.   a..v,    he Kntill. Paragon, "nth   Century,    Re-actlng,     and    other
m \"s.   Call and se" our Hmes.
T  J.  Trapp  &  Co.,  Limited
The  Larger Class.
"t if eours ���" Bald  the  seekei  after
k ����� seldom hear 'thee' aud
ti ey'ne nsed m< rtly
by ]     b, an
' \ .     replied   tl      editor;   "they're
*    -f-. pie   who   think
*-'    ��� ... Bl     lard and
.
Prudence.
'. ��� ��� filled all your teeth that
ba..    . ..vl: ,-���,   air      M ibonej   Well
DU  th'   ��� -      ���   :��� lm  too.    Thin
i\hin th' cavities come they'll !>e aire   i     Iled, b'stfbs.   ihi'".;.
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Rich  Quick ���
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Wallingf ord "      \
'*. -   ��ry of Promotion.      For Pleasure and Profit.   ���
PRICE
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Pont judge a mat bj i.s failures in
life, fur many s mail fiitu becauai he
���ta too isinest tn tuoaeeda���Arlcadslyhli
'.\t*f. ) S./ttther.i t-*__.:id*rd.
Tree��.
Auibnrii.en on forestry aay thai
Mrenty Ore years are required for 'k��
cak to rMch maturity; for tbe asu.
larch and elm. about thu" sume length
of time: fur the spruce and iir, about
eighty years. After Oils time their
growth remains stationary for nome
years, and then decay lieia'lns. Tliere
nre. hewever, smne exceptions toVlblt,
for oaks are still living whlch\��ri]
known id be 1,000 years old.
I J. J. MacKay & Co. \
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Synopsis ol Canadian  Homestead
Regulations.
Auy available Dominions lands within tbw railway belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by auy person
who is the sole head of a family, 01
any male over ls .. , ot- age| to lh,
extent of one-quarter section of 160
i    ���   . more or li
Entry must he ;, . oni .:
ii ������ local land offici  i  r the dlstrl
which the land Is situ ite,    Bntrj   I
proxj  may, howi ver    e made on ���
tain conditions by tin   :��� i er, moth< r,
son,   i lughter, ..,- sister of an
iuten ling homesteader,
'I be hi mesteader ...    ed to ,"
form  the condition    .. i ue ited
with    under    one    of the    follow i
plans;
111    At least  six months' resi i
uiion aud cultivation ot the land    in
each year for three years.
(2) if ine father (or mother, If the
father ls deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm In ,!:'
vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satiaSfied by such person residiug with
tbe father or mother.
(;') If the settler has his permanent residence ui>on farming land owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
u]>on the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coal mining rights may he
leased for a period of twenty-one years
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company,
A royalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall he collected on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of tbe Minister of 'he Interior
Br""" Coh,mbla c
.ynopsis    <"     Canadian     North-We.t
Homestead   Regulations.
Pi In
VANCOUVER
en i   inhered sei tlon of Do
a is in  Manitoba, Saskati b
,   , ��� .1. excepting 8 and '"
i   ... I, may he homesti.. ��� .
.    on wh i Is the sole head oi   i .    Prim ���
or anj  mule over is yea;, i I  6 p.m ,    ,
11XU   KbLF
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0 the extent ot one-quart, i sec       VAr.��oi.
[go ai n ., more or less. Prii
tor   entry      must       i     ...
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(in   S :
for Seal
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SEATTLE
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WESTMINSTI.
'TQRIA  R(,
S.S.  Trad
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must      i   da I.  ...
n   , rson   b)   the applicant al      Sti..   ���
Lands Agency    or   sub-      Pr m.
:��� the district in which the
.    ;     :      , proxy may,,    vanco
.   is.;,.:,   .it  an agency on
, .     ms bj the father, moth
:    ghter, brother or sii ter of
.       . ;.,: .      ...in, steader.
i.. ader is rejuired to , ���
.    .    ne tead duties  under one
. owing plans:
Ui    VI least six ^ninths' residence    ... .   Vii,s,
upon   and  cultivation  of  tbe land   in
ea   :  yea! tor three years.
(2) A Homesteader may, if-Le so
i,;.>, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
owned solely bv hlin. not l< bs
than eighty (80) acres In extent, In
the vicinity of bis homestead. Joini
ownership In land will not meet this
requiremi nt
i::i if the father (or mother, if thu
father is deceased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by hlm, not less
than eighty (80) acres iu extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or up
on a homestead entered for by him victoria-nanaimo. . m\\\
in the vicinity, such homesteader may COMOx-union   route,
perform  his  own  residence  duties  by ��� s,s- City of Nanaimo,
living with the father (or mother). Leaves Vict j , - ..
(41    Tne term "vicinity" |n the two   rivt's N'anaimo 4 ; a
I preceding  paragraphs  is   defined    as |    Leaves Nanaimo Sal
meaning not more tUtin nine miles in   arrlves Victoria !' p. m,
a  direet  line,  exclusive  nf the  width   RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA.iJ
of  road allowances crossed    In    ibe: ^TC.
measurement _ _   s* s- 0u��n City.
(arii   a  homesteadei   intending    to   1>,un Victoria * p.m. every Wej
perform   his   residence   duties   in   ac-1 da>'- form Vai 1 '-1 a.m. fortk|
-
nesday.
WEST   CO i     a,
S S   Teei
Leaves Vici ,
and -mil ..: ,
Mosquko H
i of each monl    ���
ports; 20th   I ,
Quat. iiio, i H
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO rJ
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver i;jo p    1
-' xcepi
a. m.
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODtaE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire he'.tiy_ln Oddfellows' hall Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
��� Meetings the first and lhird Tues
day in each inonth. Visit int
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. O. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block,  Clarkson   street
���o! lance with the above while living
with [(..rents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice In writing must
he given to the Commissioner of Do
minion Lands al Ottawa, of intention
'      | ply for ]iatent.
VY   W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N. B.���Unautnortzea cjbllcation f
ihis  a Ivertlsement  will  noi   be
for.
and Interme II i Returnlij
Vanco i...   Sui .  y^
Monday morning  .:... Udysmiu,
NORTHERN 6. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
I.' aves Van - -|
��� vi : y monl id
UP  RIVER.
Heaver���
From    New
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilllwa    T
nnd Saturday
^OURT   BRUNETTE,  No. 4099,   I.O.F.
��� Meets  the   Fourth   FVldaj   In  the
month   at   8   o'clock,   in   the   small
Oddfellows' block.
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FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Ai rie No. 20  -Meeti every Tuesday
��� .ening  al   8 p.  m., in the  Eagli
hall,    Columbia    strei t,    A.   Clark,
VV. Pres :   ll   Scbofield, Secretary.
THE   ROYAL   TEMHLARS   OF   TEM
PERANCE meel every Wednesday
hi 8 o'clock p, m., in Oddfellows'
bail, Columbia Btreet.
���ONo OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of 1'. hall,   Chiel  *''. Sutherland
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Loage. No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
um la si n-.t, every Pi Iday evei n
al B o'clock. Visiting brethren wi!
tn madi welcome, i;. e. Gllli
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P, Q., recording si cretary.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGl. Ni-
11b, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Hed Roi e Degree meets Becond anc
Fourth Wednesday of each month
in K. of P. Hall, rviiumbia St., ai
8 p, m., White Etose Degree, Pourtb
Wednesday In each month,
time and  place,
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, N'o. 9, A
P. and A, M.; Kin:: Solomon Lo
No. 17, A, P, and A, M.; U O, L
No. 1100; L, o. I... No, 1693; Court
Sapperton, No, 1683, [. O. P.; C 0
P., Court Westminster, No, 330;
Brotherhood of Ow'B, Nesi  No. 29:
For   reservat] ��� ���   ��� ���   an
���ill or addi
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1 further  information  cal]  on   or  write
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GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seaitle. Wish
B���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and T��>uth
8���Royal avenue and  Eighth.
8���Fifth avenue and 'Iwelfth.
12���St.  Mary's Hospital.
l'i���Second and  Pari. Row.
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25���Fifth  avKiie  and   Fourth.
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27���Third avenue and Tenth.
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daily.
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day;   Sappi A
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days.   Return
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D   patch I by C. P.
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of Lytton, i s
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Junction, !.," |
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Coquitlam, dall   ���   ���     '
turn  mail reci    ���
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Dispatched hy carrh     -        ^
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days and Fridays,   Ib
ceived Tue.il:..-. ,
All down rlvi i rtfl
except Sunbury. (., j
Sunburry,     Moi I i5's
and  Fridays;   leave,  11 ���������� ^
Dispatched by carrier, i:�� '*'  '
Dispatched hy G N. ?JW> < J rf
To southern    points,   na ���
Sunday.    Return mail H P_ "^
Clayton, Tuesdays ��nd v ^
Mondays, Wednesdays anil ^
Tvnehead.    Wodnesd      **1
��� received
days.    Return  ma I ���""'
and Fridays. ,,- ?t
Dispatched by   ���
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SE"
TEMBER  16, 1908.
THE DAILY NJ
paok at VIA
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Hmtf-.x-i
eictienpacn
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
ana    IX u 1 {A. 1 JL
HERSI
THE NORTHERN       WN
BANK
**% MINING l.OliNTKV Till
.    :. Bank and tbe ���
, of Act of Pa
��� 'CE
'���*���:
acl Ion
. Profits 	
ike every descrl
RICHEST l\ WORLD
IV   **-_.':     ra.li tifty pram keeping   I:iAt   ..nd   piquant. Never
caking. It's WINDSOR TABLE
SALT.   L'��e it.
Savings Banks   at  Every   Bra
MEREST   PAID   FOUR  TIMES  A  YEAR.
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
o ommi       Wanted ���> losl ���*- found
lack san Is which       to be jf F �� '"��� t    n
In  such  abundance  along   the | lOf MlC V 10 Kpfll V tl('..
. ani ouver | *
.       ind    in   o         tera I;      - ri-
'  a i    lyin i    whei   rei    thi w \\ rED    \   ...,-.   ...    ,tat( ,.    .
'            '*                ���  from the ,.   pr|(,.   ,,.,   , ���,     \\   .,   r   \\
li   ma   ���      u    In    ;1 u Li i   epoi It      "    - ���,.. offi, ,���
n 3ted mi thi he mountains ��� ������������	
which subsided when the Rockies weri FOR    SALE        One d
om   a        I.
Living   on   Mountain   Tops. ea \,1 \       y S'ews
Vou   are   actua   y,   in   mv  oplulou,
tmmw    Ivlng on mounti -. tops which existed   "
���till,
this
I itence    develop* d   '"' >R    S M.1-"
COLUMBIA
STREET
PUi. 101
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Department oi Agriculture
Mm
Phone 101
Sale of Government Quaran
tine Steamer " Earl."
EIL PINS and t
BEAUTY PINS \
AT
C. CHAMBERLIN
���
The Jeweler  ���
T e   Ixmgtnea   Watch   Movi ment,
and    H  milton  Watch  Movement.
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The Value of Economy
I.. pie  fall to sav<    iec lu        ej   lo nol re ilize
ol _r__all economies.
��� ��� ���. om ���    ������ g in, of laying asl le a poi tion    I
���    no mat;, r bo* sm ill, ever-. v ��� mth
i. ome a Bxe i  ha  11
t in   a, fi ������'��� ������  an 1
���   ,   you.
im .   ei   ��� account with a de-
Doll '��� nterest e\
and returi . an.  time you wanl
ink ng   Bus.cess   Conducted.       Collections   are
nd Sansfactor ly Made.
Tenders ��� .    pur-
.   '��� of tb    - ��� enl    Quarantlni
Steamer    E q taran-
tine 91 iti il a 1, British
i lolumbia.
The Bale i ash,
The hlghi -        ...   | not
necessai 11 ���
,    Sealed tendi i .    to    the
undersigne la       endorsed      T t. I
I i    I' irch . i ��� ami i   "E n ," will
en ceived al thia offii . u I Tm -
day the 15th .- mber, 190. at 12
i'i I ,.���'..   noon
11    ir li r,
A.  I.. JARVIS,  Secretary.
Department of  Vgrlculture, Ottawa,'
Tth August, 1303.
N.B. ��� - N- ������    an -   Inserting I his ad-
- ���  *: iem nt il    lut.horlty   from
De] i        nl vi 111 not he paid for it.
MAIL CONTRACT
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey'si
40 pie Set _, English Chi
na.   $1.50 to  $20.00.
in pieci   I ��� . -  Sei    dei o ited,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW   ' ������;.     In China ai riving
ever)    ��� 11  umi.
Comi   an
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
NOTICE
-Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Incorporated
I ��� S '
$8.290,000 $4 7,40%,000
KING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
VRT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
SEALED TENDERS    addressed    to
��� he   Po General,   will   be   re-
t O mtil noon on Friday,
the Second October, [o     hi   collection
e I conl:  i'    for
iur   yeai   ,   from  the   proposed   Street
Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster,    : Posti      ter-Gen-
.
Prl
a   to condil - pro-'
���i een and
i ed al
New Wostm ���    ���
...    of   the
Post Ol
.    :   GREENFIELD,
P ist  Office 1
po       iffice 1 ���        '������.:������'���
Vugust, 19i
lla\in- ... I, d ,i i| of business, 1 otter toi ile ii,-. whole .stock
and equipm :i i' imi ra 11-14 .and
3 10, Stain;. . a��d two i le a 5 7 and
ll-ll: Len tlan Ier 1 H7 and
half, Darin- 10 an i Derogee 8 10,
ack and I mnd mount ;. furniture, -tn-. rnlsher, trays, flash
lamps, etc, A, 1 irgi assorment
of Picturi " in! amateur
mounts, P to oni mai tei off for
bal ince of *      m mth.
CORNISH'S  st ruin
Lower FraaScr River
Freight ana Passenger Service per
bb.     ravonte
er Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
1
msylvania
.Ksmiths
COAL
BEST   QUALITY
iANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
AVERS & PRESTON
{>- Bo*    . 1*5 'Phone   105.
N 5TE, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���   ��� M WESTWINSTER
.card  Or  trade     New  Westmin
Board       rrade    meet.. In the
Bo ir I Rd      Cll    Hall, as follows:
Third Th.rla. of each month.j
Quarterly meel -���- on the third
T h ", r S da y Of February, May,
��� md November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. .V-w
mi . ers maj tie proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. K. White, s-<-
Carryii     freight     ��� ��� i to
oil       letv een   Ne��   Wi   tmln
and '>'���������- ��� h im I -. in I
!.������  . ���    inackman Kei
al :: p.m., excepi Saturda;
additional trip on Mon laj     ��� i i
5 a.m.
Ret ii ning leave  Wei island 7
a.m. dall     except Frida ���   a.m.;
additional trip on Satui le tvtng
p.m.
Calling    at    Steveston
and Saturdaj -
Tlcketi   to Steveston and return 50
cents on Saturdays only.
pushing   the   li Rockies    upward
awaj   out   yondi i    and  dru i ling    the
mountains  in thl    region,  until   I
mil i becauu  i he Vancouver Islan I
v. hich  we  know    od ij     In   I icl    I hi
ttcular   islan.I   .��� a t   neai Ij   lost   al
it   luni tm-,. H. ��� in   iiiinii ���   i   depi li -
the Pacific ocen       I am al �����> qui
-. ..   i ii.it  j om   i a'. >  sand i cai  *
o, and  I   ei,  further of    the
i  mi I hat the inn thei n benche ��� ol
, \ un. island, on ilu- Pacific oe an,
win ., i a greal deal ol this '��� -
ol   :��� ,     i, although there ts nothtn
of i . ���   on  the Gulf of Georgia
i eh,mi.. ;    i do noi think thai gold will
be   i" iikI   in   ledges   back   ft om   the
we i i      t of Vancouver island,   ilni ���
you .i ���   lh Ing upon the tops of sub
! mergi intaln    although I wlll ad-
| mil I hai thla maj nol be al all Impo i
Ibli And one reason wh) I belie,e
thai . .i.. een in this qnat ter a
-ii i i .. rathei than an upheave! |g
thai in Bai ��� ound and thi other
Inlets ilie .. ii. have merely filled
creva i . a la liown by their marked
and exi I aordlnai j  depth,
Ths ��� ; u ij iand have he uoioi !
and ippearauce of ruble . being bi th
fine an i I ran .parent. The blai i> iand ���
mi thla coast, I tl Vmei h au ind
British i"iii orlea are -lmillar In
characti r, all Iiough I think I hal thei e
i probablj more gold in the Ala . to,
and the noi them lau la th in can be
obtained Eroiu the blai i. md on I he
i Iregon i oa . as the dei*o ���* .
to have drizzled down when the; gol
; down  this v, a
Much   Gold   Lost
I am  In  the  bualnea i of mat   fa
��� 'ii Ing mining machinery.  md   ���    havi
offices in  New   Yoi k, Buffa lo, 'I      into
I lenvei   and   foi   '��� be   whole     il      hi
Northwest co i I In Portl ind, an I within  i ouple of weel - I  will  ti i un
. ��� ted  i he construction  hei e of a iblt
! ol machinery whicli I am su i
olui        olved I in- problem ol   avln ;
��� ���   gold which i-> to be I mnd In
        unis.   HiMieito, with the
which ha i been In u e toi
. .i   ii- .-.   the  gold   has   been   lost
.Mies.    My  machine  is   very
!������ in design, and  my i Ighl i are
ampl ���   protei ted, both in Cana la and
' :;'������ i states."
.,  yeai
\dii
I .i i ��� i     . ..  .
11   in.   to           il Duki
lieu ard on return         >- t   i
Hun .i d   Wil I
\\ \\ n-:i i   Girl  to help      i ;i m i al
ou ew ork     Vpplj   Vlra   r Latham,
Him ,i avenue and Fo irth itreel
l'ii REN I'    ilnii.e on Hum. tte Btn et,
Sapperton,  uiodirn,   Bve    rooms,
j le.   Apply   White,   Shiles   ,v    Co.,
Columbia sti ei I
W \ \ rED Hal ��� t" retrlui, a io have
new hats and trimming Vuckl in I
an.i Tenth streets,
FOR SALE House, stable and two
lol i, cleared and fenced, Second
���in. i and Tenth avenue; pi li a
rea lonable, and terms ea ij Al io,
two lol; adjoining, nearly cleared
\pplv to Qeorge sh irpi on the pre
uiises.
vv
VNTKH
Sell. i.e.
chilil
en
in
1
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for curn
lit t
ertu
in  r
.fill.
'1   1
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al
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family
Vp;
iy
Mi ���
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News office.
\v \\ rED   Japani se    ooy    atti n ling
Bchool ��� .mi . woik wi'li good Earn
undei  ��� ind I cooking;  wages    V.
to P, O   Box 545, Citj
'"'"'   VV VNTED   Japaue a    io   ot    girl    toi
nun iowoi I .    dall
Andrews b! reet,
II,Mil'.     ���   I.
W' \m . D   Ladylike .oung pi i ion * ������
limn housekeeping    Studenl al col
:i retu n   foi   board  woul I
,,,. ptable     P   0   Bos 067  '-i'v
p. i|;    g \i,p:     Motoi    ' turn b.    well
iu i and i'i li     ������''   fourteen pa i
\],;.lv  to  Motoi      Boi    M .
Mew SVestmlnsti i
WANTED    I'w  three unfurnished
rooms;   musl     i moderate;     ne u
bridge preferred \ppiy Posl Offli ���'���
ill.a    .32
Street Letter Boxes
'. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Uantjracturtr,  and   D.aier, in  AU Kind*  ol
[urnb��r,   Uth.   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
hterior Finish,    iurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
-umber Ah
��\al City Branch, Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches I       ���-���   ���'��� Canada ani Newfenndlanl.  and   In   London,   Kng:and,
.,..,.   . ago and Spokane. U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A fien-
era; [ia.-, talneu Tranaac f>d.
Lettert of Credit Issmed, arailable with corrfwipoiKlenU ln all   parts of the
v,
Javingt  Ban*  Department.     E)epoe1ts received in ��umn of |l and upwards,
Ulowed 3.' 3 per cent. p��r annum  (present rate)  added
four times a yejc
retal  ******      ���  1188^00.000.00.
B8THCIK8TDB BRANCH r��   O.  BRYMNER.  Man����pr
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I Electric Railway Service
��� __.
��
Ir.terurban    Lins.
r.ira   'mt  Vancourer  ind    w_r
.  .     na will  run  e-trery half-
Irom   Vii) a. m,    La-u
i ���    .i ��� _  ir. U p. tn.
,, i-   -ar lv   Vanoouver lt::<0-*
Cars Imive the depot every
twenty miautes for both 3ap-
perton and city limits over tha
.lit:* Una.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offi<-fi on the hour, twecity mln-
iitfiu after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapper-ton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing tt 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service  bait-neurly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
**y�� in Stock for Fencing and Draining, j ��� Bg���g|| Columbia Electric Ry.Co.,Ltd
**~*i
���ephone 12.
New Westminster
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Following Is the i omplete    list,   ot
��� ig the   with their
:   aumerli il  dlslgnatlon:
Box No. Situation,
l~Eighth Ave   an(] Thirteenth .-1-
2���Eighth Av-. and eighth 31
.   Seyi nth  Ave., and  Fourth  St
i   .... ..  Vve, and Third 81
:,    Six ;.   \ .-���   mi i Sixth SI
Sixth  Vve. and Ninth SI
7 s xth  Ave. an i Twelfth S
8 Sixth Ave   and I ������ I ���"i"
.-..   Vve   mi !  Fourteenth Bl
i.. :   . ���      h Si
i i    r lurth   \ ������-;,<,.���   mi i Tenth ���"i*
12   Fourth A   ���   md Seventh 9t
13���1 Vvi     in :   l-'" ���-  ;���   -i
it    j..,    .       ���   md Becond  8
jl.8    i.... ;   Vve   and Second 81
16   Queens Vve  and Fli it Bi
11*7���Queens Av"  and Thini St.
,,-������,,   Vve and siixth 8*
i'i   q e-.m...  Vve   and Tenth St,
20    (Eighth  slf   and Toronto  Place.
;l     Mm,:.mi and Turner Sts.
-.,, I Tenth StB.
2.1���Agnes and Seventh Sts.
it    Vgnes ind Fourth Std
26���Agnes md BJHott Sts.
26    Agnes anil  Dufferin  Sts.
27���Columbia and  I_eopnld  Sts.
28--Oreat   Northern  Railway   Station.
29---ColiinibIa and Elliott Sts.
30���Columbia and Fourth Bts.
31���Columbia and  .Mexander Sts.
32���Columbia and Tenth Sts.
33���C. P. R. Station, Front St.
34���Front and McKenzie Sts.
35���Front and Lytton Square.
36���Front St., Schaake Building.
I 37���Brunette and Keary Sts.
38���Columbia and Keary Sts.
39_Coiumbia and Distillery Road.
,140���Eighth Ave   an1 Richmond "St.
J 41���Richmond and Keary St*,
i 42���Columbia and Alberta Bts.
I 43���Junction Columbia and Front Sts.
V EST M INST E It EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with ill
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
Btreet west, Phone A.2760, Vani m
ver. B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA     and     McNEEt_EY    STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O. Box   885.
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 MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via "Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adSress
GEO. W. VA'uX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Tickit
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chii-aito. 111.
tr      ADVERTISE     -w
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PAGE BIGHT.
41
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY   SEPTEM
 \\Japan to Cut Big Slice
Off Military Expenses
bem,��_
:
:
Buck
Saws
This is the season to
cut your
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly &. Dietrich,
and other makes.
.Prices Right.
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:
., ..(,. Sept.  15.���In fulflllmenl    of know that the greater volume ol ex-
the  policy of retrenchment    6utllned penditures postponed under the newly
... ,.,.-,      ��� announced   financial plans   would  ln-
b\  Premier Katsura hist Friday in an
volve heavy sacrifices in the war and
adalress  before the Hankers' cltih. the ,-.        t ,,,      ,, .
naval departments.    I-rom the    stat
governmenl will find it necessary   to meul ,,,- ,!,,. marquis it    further   ai>
economize  mosl   extensively    in    the pears thai Japan proposes to enforce
mattei  of military and naval develop- during  a period  of eleven  years,  the
ment.    Marquis Katsura expressed to postponement    of    works    previously
thi  Associated Press tonight his belief undertaken, amounting to a total   of
thai il was important the world should 357,000,000 yen ($178,500,000).
!
I Trouble in Sight
At   Isle
Royale       I
Mich., Sept. lo.��� ,
Checking   Cholera   in   Philippines.
Manila. Sept 15.���The outbreak of
cholera is reported as assuming a
more favorable aspect in the provinces, in Pangashlnan, islan. i of
Luzon, where conditions were regarded as most serious, the disease is
practically eliminated. A few cases
are still making their appearance   in
=__?
L'kliiH
OPERA HOUSE1
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster, B. C.
i
Thursday, Sept. 17
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We Have
ALL KINOS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best q.ialitf.
T. A. MU1R
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
Sault Sta. Marie, ......... .--,...  .-.    ,m& clty% th.. vlctlma of ,aBt week m.
Orders for the revenue cutter 'r,lsca-; eluding three Americans.
irora, which expected to sail for Port j ^ ^      ^  _
Arthur Wednesday to investigate the'
i
international compilations   regarding
| Isle Royale, have been changed: The
boat goes to Boisblanc island to stand
j by the ibarge Clint until the Tampa ar-
| lives to tow her below, lt will go to
I Port   Arthur.
The   alleged   trouble   has     resulted 	
I from a dispute between American and'
Canadian fishermen. Several Canadians THERE'S A DARK CLOUD COMING!
are   said  to  have   invaded  the  island   And   It's  Lined with   Laughter,   Mirth
! and to have taken possession of pan
of it..
Fires have broken out in the vicinity of  Rock  Harbor  on  Isle  Royale.
and are sweeping through the timber
with violence   that   portends a heavy
loss.    The  number  of  fire    fighters
ther*. is limited and the flames seem
to have practically a right-of-way.
NATURALIST HUNTS MONTHS
FOR WHALES' PHOTOGRAPHS
and Song, Because It Is
Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS
MINSTRELS
Headed   By
CLARENCE    POWELL    AND    PETE
WOODS
The Beau Brummels of Comedy
AND FORTY OTHERS.
A   REVELATION    IN   MINSTRELSY.
See How You Like It.
BIG   STREET   PARADE.
Prices���$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. Seats
New   York,   Sept.   15.���Roy     0.   An-
drews, of the museum of natural his
tory, has been hunting whales with a
camera since last April.    He has just   on Sale at Ryall's
reached this city from Vancouver is-   __._......__.______
land  und Alaska with  more than  300
photographs, the most complete set of
pictures ail' whales in the world.   Tne'l||   |   11 rt MINSTER
museum authorities say that   Mr.  An
drews was sent on this expedition be-:
cause Dr. E. E, Bumpus, director   of
the  museum,  is  convinced  lhat    the
whale is becoming extinc  and in    a
comparatively few years will take its
place beside,  the    dinosaur    of    pre-  ,.AMER,CA-S   GREATEST   CONTRA
historic ages.
OPERA-HOUSE
Monday,   Sept. 21
Tenders Wanted
ARCHITECTS   DETERMINED.
Separate   lenden
Eight of Them Will Sue Regina Council  for $1000 Each.
1.",,���Tm
uit
TENOR"
Richard  J. Jose
"The Sweetest Singer the World
Has Ever Known."���Chicago Inter-
Ocean.
Presenting  by   His  Own  Select  Company the  HlHarious Comedy
will   be   received
hy th-    undersigned    up to the Slat      Reglne'   SaSk"   Sepl
ill-ought by the Regina architects
inst. at noon, fnr Lhe carpenter work,'      , .,  ���
againsl the city council for payment
plumbing   and   painting of  new   Fire  ( ,. commlsslon ���n the hosplta]  pians,  ^        .    m   ,,   -��     .... -
Hall,  to  :���        .    at   the    corner    of  will   be  pushed  bj   the  solicitors   tor  JJ()_1 t   1 Cll iViV WllC
First street and Fourth avenue. the architects.    At a meeting it was j *1
lecide 1  tha.   owing to the  failure  of
the council to take action, they would
  have to force the hand of the city, and
The lowes    ���:  anj tender not nee..--   each one of the eight architects who
sarily accei  ��� entered the competition is asking for
tv. A. DUNCAN*. $1,   commission, because no  plans
Plans and spei ideations can be seen
at Xo. 1  Fire Hall.
Presented by a Competent Cast of 16.
In the lasl aci Miss Hayward wears
a Beautiful "Directolre Gown."
Prices 25c to $1.00.
City  Ha:;. Si i
City Clerk.
1". 190S.
were accepted,
VV. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard  Blocx. New Westminster, B C
Mesalliance at Victoria.
Victoria, Sept.  Ij..   The we idlng oi
Miss      Clapton,    a      younj
English
woman, lately arrived  trom the    old
country, and  Lee    Loud,    a    Chinese
��� . ii-Mii nf this city, took place tonight The two lefl for Vancouver on
���heir wedding tour.
New Westminster Opera House
SATURDAY.  SEPT.   19
Two  performances,  3  p.m.  and 8 p.m.
BU BBLES
A   Fairy   Operetta   and   Musical
Diorama    of    the    Russo-Japan
ese  War   in   Manchuria.
Direction  of   Professor Clay.
POPULAR   PRICES.
50c   and   25c    (evening   reserved)
Matinee  3  p.m.,  25c;   children,   (unre-
WHERE    TO    GO
to Make a Good Investment in
Fraser Valley Real Estate
Consult men who have been closely in touch
with New Westminster district for eighteen years,
and are IN A POSITION TO ADVISE.
..   SEE   US   ..
About a Fruit Farm
A Dairy Farm
Suburban Property
A Mixed Farm
F. J. HART &COJ_td
REAL ESTATE      LOANS      INSURANCE
Telephones   88-tC9
served),  10c.
on sale al  Ryall
Irilg   ston
PROFESSIONAL.
I
A   7VHEALLER,    BARRI8TBR,   SO-
*�����   licitor,  etc.,    42   Lome   Street,
; opposite Court  House   Xew Westmin-
; ster.    Plume 143,
ljWHITE8IDE at EDMONDS, Barrt*.-
I "     ters  and solicitors,   Hlacliie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
', \V. J. Whiteside. H. I., Kdmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, HARRIS-
"��� ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, Nen
Westminster,
Trapp    Block
Clarkson and  I/irne streets.
cornel
GBOROE K. MARTIN, barrister anu
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
bla and McKenzie streets. New West
rulnster, fl. C.
*IW   K.   HANSFORD,    barrister
�����       Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner      Columbia     and      McKenzie
streets. New We.tniiiiK!..   g. rv
W. MYERS GRAY. Dai ri ter, Solicitor,
,''������-���'- '" ���       i  ��� ��� eet.    P. O.
[& i   rr    Tt lephons 64.
Ready-to-wear
Garments
for
Women, Misses and!
Children
We announce special values in our ready-to-wear department, with the I
combination of Style and Quality usual in all our garments.
Our aim is to sell only the most dependable clothing.   You can rely upon I
what you buy here.   Descriptions of several special lines follow.
Ladies' Cheviot Coats
Special Value
$13 A
Three-quarter length and material is a diagonal cheviot, all wool, and a most services l<���������������a-;;ji
fabric. Colors are navy, brown, dark grey and black. Backs are semi and loose fitting; ��� i ;:.*,! iitk |
serge lining and seams are bound throughout; collar is of same material with Btltchlng on velvet as trio^
mlng; cuffs are turn back style with braid and ornament trimming; pockets are made with fane; trial
med flaps.    Only a limited number of this special line; all sizes, 32 to -IJ.    Our special each     l'i..|
Two Popular Styles in
Golf Jackets and Coah\
At $5.00 Each
Our Special Norfolk Coats
Colors an- navy, brown, black, cardinal and
white; made of line. Bofl wool in hip lengths A
belt of same material with button trimmings; roll
collar, and these coats are shown in all Bizes, 32
ui 42.    Each $5 00
Twelve Button
Kid Gloves
$2.75    PER    PAIR.
Tan, green, navy, grey, black and white are the
colors  which we show in thl ove,   They
are Rej nier   in ide,  ��hlch   I    a ntee of theii
si rvicea dill ���         co     rtm ss of styli : all size, now
In stock.
At $2*50 Each
Fine   ribbed wool golf Jai kel e sleeflj
and tight fitting cuff.    Opens down I ml with ^
lai   in vest style;   ; i ar! buttons i   ������'"���
used   in  fastening front; size-          .      ���-  ���  "
colors are navy,  black, brown   cardit
Bach  	
12.50
Moreen Underskirts]
������
Plain Colors Only at
a Special price
$4.25  EACH
Colors a;.- L.,.,,..^  cardinal,  brown,
and   black.    *i his partlculai
all)   full around  ly ttom with  ������
ed  frill, with a   :       frill,    M '"^
arj sizes and   ;...; large   '
A Special 56 Inch Suiting
An extra welghl plain cloth adapted to the mal.ing up of Bervicea  le sui'.- or -
navy, golden brown and dark brown, absolute!)  unspottable and of a finish  thai   wi
.;,.._.
If
wear.    Note   the extra   width  wiiich  cuts   to greal   advantage.    Per yard
.0
56 Inch Tweed Suitings
These new  suitings are shown in dress lengths of six yards each
'shaded  plaids are among the most   popular styles.    Prices, per length.
nnd >'������-'
The new ombri
$!.���** I
5,8.00 a*111
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
7 ��W'���-***

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