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 te Shiles & Co
J INSURANCE
| ffFffMlNgJER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
tHE ���
IL'MBE
��f IS COMING,
nn, BUI SOON
njjrett's  Masterpiece
Morality  Doomed  to
Lr Unread Awhile.
i .-.- e.r waiting
rei pectable  cltl
,    ��� l.  ami   an .-
a the part oi  thi
report,
���
I '
morality
oli postponed
���
larrett, wa - tai*.h
-'��� Blare ol pu -���
.  the city coun-
llllng    tO   colic n :
,  .        e.n    the'   further
���.   i   has   b en
il  there will tn
e ouncl]  iliis ��� .���
me more week'
.. |0 ��� .-��� famous report,
eason for the tail
the i ontents of b
elscap has yel been
Inion of many w'
.   i   the   trend   ol
���; ri postponement ���i
the  document    18
.,   -.ie  tbe  pan   ol  ih'-
U: : thi  Influencing of vote
g    civic    election.
s a platform plank has
,u many an eiec-
I  has  .lone duty  i;i
..  again, and whih
il wave     . uot Bweep the   itj
Ir, Ik ���   is a possibility thai
i pari in thfi forth-
Making   public   a
respect to tli.' re
i -��� fi w  weeks  i efore
tl ;,       mayor and aldei men
i a ise  the public to
ac��'i,ii' oi     notice,  e'nd   can lire im 11 chamber seats
I ���          :   ipon  to  ]'-l  llcl;.  ex-
!��'..���          on the Question.
y, long  been known
.             tiei. but it i.s doubt-
pi              members of   the
ng  to   follow   him  ia.
t                the   cleaning   out  o\
damage sin*-;,    more
understood thai ie
'            on  foi   any    other
I'            r live women, eftb r
oi  ���      ii the    city    limits,
I '���      the x've-n aldermen al
nting the city w New
j'-'���'���������'        Lhi  council are enx-
I raj  reform, but the
be made    public
f :   does nut  meet   With
II " ��� least not as ii Is
pM draw. Before it ri ac-
I             ��� rmanic board it will
to '��������� :. , ��� ������/. | t0 gome special
duced tee something
Ui le by the city cen-
"utiiai of his report would
J*1'1- Cai an opportunity foT
ptery   ��i a    nominations   for
11 ��� '���'��� ;e order,   and   migM
he   voters   to   BUCh   .1
!' :Ll' seven straight moral re-
| "on ��� be elected, some of
��� ibers  tailing  ni  liae
:'   ���       i   view   while others
1,1        la    a  result of tiie
ild   make    to  the
C.  P.   R.  INAUGURATES
NEW   WINTER   SCHEDULE
"���   ''���   ���'���   winter train sei irlce
' rd i'.    morning,
��� '��� ;' ni   mtnuti   pa >  mid
'--        !' i .  ,.-..-    a     age
,j:i"  ' ���  ,   da;    a  dailj
hSeattii   bj  waj   AlooVon Mino* Tvo��olc_   rt\(4(\
of sumas mi x,     AicibKciii ALinei ira\els oUUU
1 loi       etween Van-
an
��� in lunction    local
-    time,   ��� ach  d ij    to
c"il!"-r: ���        ��� eving  hours  with
hi   .< llowln .      .iii.-.
ri v:;:, a. m. Lo conm ci  with
ind from Vancou-
CROWN fOOTS BILL
FOR FRUITLESS JAUNT;
Miles as Witness at Government's Expense.
No. 7.  i 1:35 a.  m.  to    c inn -
with   N'o.   l.  n  m  Montreal  I .   V inner; \'o 93, 3 ,   in to connect wil i
N'o.   -'   from   i. ;.      te,  Montreal;
No.  11, 5.20 p.  ni   to   connect    with
Si attle i id to Vancouver; No.
:  6; 10 to conne Agasslz 1 ><������',
tbound I     i  Vancouver.
Ri ��� imlng  afti r making these  connections, the loc ! will arrive here at
illi '.-. Ing   ' Ime ���       10.35   a.    in.;
32.45 p. in.;   i. : I p. ui.; 6.25 p. in
7:35 p. in.
nml
PHEASFNTS ARE SAFE
FOR ONE DAY MORE
Season Opens on Tuesday���
Nimrods   Start 0
Field of Slaughter.
Tiie farmei s' trou ill b will torn
mence tomorrow, for that Is the time;
when the men with canvas vests, the
ther legging und the shooting irons
will start on their annual season ol
fence-breaking, garden wallowing, etc.,
in  pursuit of tbe wily pheasant.     It I
A journey ot Ave thousan i miles
to appear as a witness in an assault
case will hav- been accomplished by
- Sn. ill, an Alaskan miner, when
he gets back to his gold-digging - amp,
Small walked into the local i irl
house isl w< ek ei ning the pi igress
of the tall assize court and pro I u ed,
for purposes of Identification, the slip
of paper which ha 1 brought blm u
distance of 2,500 miles from his m< un-
tain cabin 115 miles lnlan I fr< in
N'om i. It Is stated that be was to
appear al New Westminster y> give
i vldence in the- Rex, vs. Ferris case,
which was to have been tried by the
assize court last week, but \\a^ transfers ! to the next spring assize , st,
Small hung around the court h iua
.:;.i)iii  long enough to be told that he
���ould not  be needed und to draw iu's
..''!!-'' mon->.   Two witnesses from
Washington   state und  another  from
.Mission,   besides  a  number  of  local
parties,   were-   treated    in   a   similar
... i ��� fashion,   all   at   the  expense of    the
AimrOUS     Start    Out    for    crown," which means the Provincial
government.
Mr. Ferris, former proprietor of an
betel at Mission, was etiarge 1 with
assaulting with intent to do grevl-
lous bodily harm to a gentleman named Whalen, at Mission last May. The
: affair was witnessed by several parties, including Mr. Small, who happened to e.e passing through Mission
at the time on bis way north. When
the Indictment was read to the accused on Monday last he pleaded
will algo be a season of mor.- or less guilty, much to the evident dlscom-
worry for the pheasants, and some ol, torture of nis attorney. J. P. H. Bole,
them may even meet with the grim; who talked to him, with the result
re p< r. but i; is safe t i say that the
NELSON   IS  SAFE
FROM  SMALLPOi
N-lsiiii. ii. c, Oct. 13.���Phoenix i
I'.iaraniini-il frer smallpox, and bas
'.<ie i for several elays. The fac) ba
11-.cn kept quiet to avoid tiie' danger
bf panic, but the authorities now iii-
4iev�� thai they have the situation in
fiand.
Ur. ('. J,  Fagan, Provincial  me 11
fteakh officer, arrived nere from the
'���oa-; Tuesday night attd went over to
'the Boundary yesterday. It was li irn-
i'ii thai at lhe time of liis arrival tb-���:���
AFFLES
IS KING OF THIEVES
Gentleman Crook Cannot be
Kept Captive by Police
When Captured.
Berlin, Oct. 13.���The police of Han-
iver have laid hands upon the Prince
were seventeen  cases of the-  plague  o*f German bin-lars, Franz Kirach.who
'"'iUl1 '" is descrl ed as a Raffles in real life
and i- said to have been concerned In
most  eef the    Ig   robberies that  have
'in Pho mix,  but  it  had  not
cit!) -r i ir een wood    or Grand   f ork
l':i:i,ni':-.'i,il and Other travellers  wer
���piri'... warned away trom Phoenix.
This morning Dr. Arthur held tele-
'Phone communication with Dr. Pagan.
���who was then In Greenwood, Dr, Fagan >l ited that there is no danger eef
��� i Bpre nl of the plague and that u is
���not necessary for either Nelson or
���Rossland to establish
'agalpst the Boundary.
taken place In the fa.iner.and tor years
past.   When ii't engaged in burglar)
he  Ins  played the  role of  a  wealthy
gentleman.   On one occasion he Joined  in  a game of    baccarat  in  D  club
quarantine  und   lost   large' sums.    He  recouped
j him elf  by  breaking open the club's
safe.
He several times was caught, but always escaped owing to his marvelous
Impersonation of a lunatic, which on
each occasion effectively deceived the
. authorities and resulted in his Incarceration  in an  as;,lum  Instead  of a
| prison.    Asylums had no bars whicn
could   hold ���Kirsch.    He   always  ear-
; ried   two   pistols, but  only  once   was
Expected Advance at Mid-   known to have used them;  that was
when he escaped with their help from
pursuit on an open road near Berlin.
On .another occasion when he was under police escort Kirsch's accomplices
surrounded the escort and forced theni
to release their master.
It is supposed that Kirsch was responsible for the recent burglary of
the State treasury at Dessau, when
only an accidental disturbance saved
all of the current moneys of Dessau
from becoming his property.
CONDEMNt."'i-��� 5     ���
COMeMITTED       ri CRIME
Cleveland.   Ohio.  Oct. "���    a
condemned assassaln awaito... the
gallows or the. electric chair, with no
hope of pardon <>r reprieve, is Leo
Adrian, of im Chestnut street, although h" baa committed no crime,
and is apparently In the best of health
.Sonic time ago Adrian received a premonition that he was to die' on October i ;. Since that time he has constant ly brooded over the matter and
bas come to believe that the sentence
of death passed upon him is irrevocable and certain. Not wishing to
take an unfair advantage of the Insurance companief, be has ordered can-
cell ���<! two policies he held, one in the
Pennsylvania Casualty tor $i��,imio,
and tiie other in the (Vntrri for $0000.
Manj of Adrian's friends believe him
iei be tempi 'arlly insane, and it Is
ho. ed With the passing of tomorrow,
the dale he has set for his death, he
will repover from the effects of the
ghastly Idea that he has temporarily
obsessed his mind.
SEALSKINS WILL
COMMAND BIG PRICES
Small Catch Responsible for
Expected Advance at J\:
winter Sale in London.
EXCLUSION LEAGUE
PROPOSED FOR CITY
.  - at majority  of them wlll be more
, .is-arbe! by the sound of musketry
and the ..ayiag of graduates of the
Vancouver kenn- is than trom any
harm that may result to them there
from.
Yea, the phe a-ant season opens tomorrow morning, and ilready a small
armj of hupters bene' invaded Delta
S . ��� and Langley to be on baud t i
greel their cockships with the firSl
blaze eef lawn een Tuesdaj morning.
, ��� ta, in the vicinity en' Ladner, is
i as especi illj favored with the pres-
��� d . of erstwhile trap shooters, and
., ire Is a t pe< I - bf poultry remaining in the barnyards of the wealthy
Delia yoemanry after a month's atta* :.. it will no be to lack of Bports-
mi n. A large number of people from
Vancouver an l a few from this city
will start out today for I'itt Meadows, Whonnock, PorJ Haney and other up-river districts tor a day's hunting.
li -is understood that the game war-
d< r.s have been Instructed to be act-
and  that   a   dose  watch will be
on  bags  l i  disoover  violators of
b n pheasant exemption clause of
the game act,
End
Sti
ke in Sight.
13.    Fallowing the
��� mmlssioner  Neill,
of the Telegrapher*
tin' Mr. Ferris reversed hri plea to
one of "not guilty." having obtained
leave from ihe court to do s��. HIS
Honor Judge Bole, also acting for Ferris, then made a vigorous plea for au
adjournment, giving as the grounds
for bis application that the defence
had not had lime to summon their
witnesses. Crown Prosecutor Charles
Wilson entered a briefly stated obj c-
tion to an adjournment, but was overruled by rin- court. Coun-el for th1'
defence remarked later that he was
not sure as to his ability to get -vi--
nesses lier tor the next coai!, which
will open in the siiiing of 190S, which
means that Mr. Small may have an-
i ther fruitless little jaunt from Nome
next spring, at the -expense of th-.-
crown.
i'he civil suit for damages arising
oul of the Eraoaa has been settled by
Ferris   paying
compeaaai-bcan tor the injuries sail to
lune iM'o.n sustained.
Ferris is a Btrong Conservative
porter  at  Mission.
��� Victoria, Oct. 13.���Tho low catches
of the sealing vessels in Bering sea
repotted by the schooner Victoria,
which may he improved somewhat. If
weather suitable is had during tbe
closing days of the season, will result
in high prices for sealskins at the
unnual sales, which take place in miel-
December In London.   As an Indicia- _ 	
-Lion of the belief of fur buyers in this i
direction, it is stated that offers of Supplies Scarce at Hazeiton.
520 lier skin have been made by a -phe people of Hazeiton are not suf-
local fur dealer, the owner of a Bmall Uerlng any particular hardships, but
schooner which recently returned, the th(,v are mll <)t- jjacOn and butter, and
skit*, being taken here at this pr.ee' ,!u> )lum. supl)]v j9 very low. The prin
tthd shipped at additional tost of paat- cipa] f(((ul jS potatoes and dried sal-
Ing, freight and insurance. It is be- i mon with tl)e jjroduct of the chase,
lieved   that   prices  higher  than  ever   an<3  a  pertain  amount of  fresh tish.
Suggestion That A. E.
White Should be Secretary
Made���J. A. Lee in Line.
will rule.
The  crew of the schooner Victoria |
\v;.s paid off yesterday before the shipping master.    These returned sealers;
tell  an  interesting story  of a  "lucky
There will be plenty of food to -ast
the winter, but there will not be nny
luxuries, unless the river steamers get.
in with supplies. This will not he the
only inconvenience.    The worst phase
storm" experienced by the schooner
Thomas F. Bayard, which had the
highest catch when the Victoria left
Bering sea od September _.G. The
Bayard was caught in .a heavy ga"e in
of the situation Is the fact that there
will be no supplies for the prospectors
| who wish to go to the hills in the
': spring until the necessaries arrive
ti]) the river. This is the situation
September, and her decks were swept: as describe-l by arrivals from the
by a heavy sea, which damaged some i gkeena.
of her canoes -and boats.    In order to ' 	
effect repairs the schooner proceeded
to  an  Aleutian  point.    After  making j MUSICAL OPERA DREW
GOOD   AUDIENCE   SATURDAY
repairs Captain Blakstad started again
Whalen  a   substantial i f��r the sealing grounds, intending to
sup-
Re
-
ernoon   took   decisive
���  telegraphers' strike.
��� ing telegram to nil
��� Of the country:
lh'ii    S  w   Yorkers  appealed
"  strike  off.    All  <���'.
I to cl
(mi the
lea lh
HIDE OF LOST STEER
LEADS TO TWO ARRESTS
'"       lions
are   exhau il id,
W*\ to
Misted
Ne,
Iliies
les officials say they
: Hi lh.     The   treasury
>' no  more  funds are
Requests  for   relief  from
���':"     '���:��� and urgefit,   The
��� ��� .i ..
Mrlke !:
,."" President's BMctlon,  I  rea
F thai
cannot   meet   them.
iievn ordered with-
vote 'im the prop-
lilii!"3 Soloni��n a Pla��iarist.
f;"^-     Vld.,     Oct.     Kt.-ri'aul
'   ofe8Bor of Semitic languages
Johns ll
opklns university, who
1   translation    Of   the
nr So]omon
'ishf,j
al So|,
is credited  will.
mon never wrote the
professor
600   years
said,
after
fui' -
W-r
t" ������"  the
Krltten rmiy
Ik |,'.w1'"'1' w'<* in 950 It. C. The
" ' 'ion of love songs,
f , '' ��� "lv with the love of
Iri.e v . ���'' t0 cotne) tor man.
|��j:,n;:;';.;' In tha inljftbornood
,.i orry, Man., Oct. 13.���Op Information 'sworn out by James Cuddy,
uf this plaif. charging them with tho
,,,,.,-, D�� ., Bteer, D. U eight and B.
Camp tell, carrying on a butcher bus
ines- in town under
Weight <& Campbell
e-esterday afternoon.
the style ol
we-iv arrested
Farmers in the
districl tributary to Carberry for some
months past have been missing cattle, chiefly of thi
the climax came
through the a
beef variety, and
when    Mr- Cuddy,
tenoy   of a detective,
found the hide of one ol  hi
at a Winnipeg warehouse.
ill,   the   (.'rown
notified,   with    the
���
animals
On  Hulling  out  tbal the  skin   bad  l��'*'i>  s,'��l
by   Wright &  Campb
authorities   wen
above result.
.Mr. Wright protests his Innocence
and in support of it he Btatas thai ho
has no!, heen In the country tor cattle during the pnst two months, and
declares that ho will have no difficulty
in clearing himself of the charge. Police Magistrate' Dickie refused to
grant bail on account of the serious-
��� SB of the charge and the tact of
0,0 same having been laid by t.i-
,.. ,.,,, -,-;,, ,as, for the prosecution
., ,, ,���,_ banda of Crown Prom-ntn.
Matheson.
HORSE THIEVES BUSY
AT DOUGLAS LAKE
For
Bome time past the big i ini h
owners near Douglas lake in the Yale
distrii! bave been ih.' victims of nuni-
erou3 thefts, blgh-clasa stock, cattie
aud horses haying been stolen at frequent periods. The thievery has been
mainly confined to horses of which n
large number of the more valuable'
kind have been carried oft. The loss
to the ranchers by the thefts has
been considerable
Tbe horse thieves make it a point to
obliterate or so disfigure the brands
on the horpes that they are unrecognizable, the horses then being taken
about the country and-sold. The business has become such a pest to the
ranchers thai they have in desperation appealed to the Provincial .uith-
oritles for relief.
All efforts to capture the thieves
have so tar Ieen fruitless, .and now
the l'rovlnc'al government has come
to the front With an offer ot $500 reward for Information leading to the
arrest .and conviction of any person
or persons who have obliterated any
brand or branda on horsw at or near
V'-a-ria-i lake. Tha offer or tho reword is expected to have t'-o effect ot
puttiSS ���' Sto? to the horse s'.ealing.
An ever changing kaleidoscope of
color and light, a charming chorus of
pretty singing and dancing girls, and
eighteen musical numbers all equally
well rendered���this about describes
the "Mayor of Tokio," which was seen
at the Opera house on Saturday evening. As a farcical opera, the play
the Thomas F. Bayard consider thnt j was certainly a success, and the au-
the storm which drove them to the dience appreciated it to the fullest ex-
Ueutians to repair canoes an.l result- tent, while the several musical num-
dl iu their falling In with the seal bers were always greeted with ap-
herd was whal might be termed n plause. Bul throughout the pertorm-
mcky one. ance
During the coming season it will bo
I a matter of difficulty for the owners
to iinl experienced maSters tor theri
vessels. The majority of the old time
sealing skippers have left the busi-
ae ss and few now remain. This s a
son has seen a numebr of additional
go to the northward of the Pribyloffs,
About half way to his prosjiective goal
the schooner was becalmed for two
lays, and in those two days 250 skins
were taken, more than half of the
Dr. Slpprell, of Columbian col-j ^tch made in Bering sea. More than
lege, went over te, Xanaimo on Satur- �� ,Jlil'd of the schooner's total catch
day and took charge ot the Halibur- ffas ,u:i(le on one of th^e days, when
ton streei Methodist church service's 'TO Skins were taken. The sealers of
morning and evening. In the alter
noon he delivered an Interesting l*e
are in the church.
According to information received
from the secretary of the Vancouver
Anti-Asiatic league, a meeting will
be held in NewWestminster one week
from today for the purpose of forming a branch of the league in this
city. The. names of the local supporters of the exclusion idea are not
known, and there has been no street
talk of any such formation for several weeks least, the exclusion bug
having been working overtime around
the board of trade room and city
council chamber instead of in lh? direction ���-!' the Japanese aud Chinese
quarters.
Pronounced excluslonlsts, such as
John A. Lee, George Small, A. B.
White, and a few others, are under
suspicion of being concerned in the
proposed formation of the league, but
as they are not in sympathy with the
press at the present time, their ideas
have not been secured on the subject.
With Mr. White as secretary and the
present chairman of the board of
trade advertising committee on the executive of the New Westminster Exclusion league, that body should certainly mate its power felt in this city
in the near future���provided all meetings are held behind closed doors, of
course.
were Introduced a number of
vaudeville specialties entirely oul Of
place ina musical opera, an.l having
no visible connection with the very
thin plot that wove the several character stogether.
John l.. Kearney, the leading man,
who   is  advertised   as the chief  ftin-
desertions from the ranks of the seal- maker, made a good Impression, some
ers to steam vessels. Captain Chris- Of his jokes and quips being actually
tian, who recently brought the schoon- new���a most unusual \hing in the
er (riirlotta G .Cox back to port, ha ri present age. Jeannette Mayhew. as
taken command of the steamer Oscar; Betsy, an American heiress who hap-
Gaptain D. Q, Macauley is master of pens In Tokio at the critical time,
the steam whaler St. Lawrence; Cap-1 sang and acted in capital style. An-
lain R. McKiel has become a west j other lady who stood out prominently
coast pilot; Captain Harry Brown, who , from among the assemblage was Jeano
had the Jessie this season, is in a Griffith, as Madame Stitch, the strand-
steam vessel; Captain Lund commands I ed wardrobe mistress. She certainly
lhe tug Queen, and many other deser- earned her salary for the way in which
lions from the sealing ranks are un-: she acted a humorous part, but if her
nounced, while others are-in contem- face Is her fortune, the lady h.as cer-
plation. tainly  been   bankrupt    these     many
  years.
Hair Cuts  Costly. Will Whyte, the Mayor, who talked
Nanalmo, Oct. 13.���The barbers in his sleep and had a horror of avoir-
met last night and adopted a new dupois, was a laugh producer every
schedule of prices, which will go in- time. Peter Gillespie, the song book
[to effect on Monday. On and after' boy, and Virginia Ware, the soubrette
'that date the rate will be for hair; who thought things might have heen
'cutting on Saturdays 35 cents, other ; different  had  she  played  Juliet, and
days 2v cents, Shaves will cost lb
cents all over the city, singeing 25
nents, trimming beard 25 cent-, hon-
: :-',' razors S3 cents. Shop hours Will
be fr-aai U a. m. (intU ?:3"i p. ::-.., Saturday until 11 p. ra.
' who had a love affair on the side, are
! both capital actors and admiringly
aim! le when it comes to dancing. Thc
blacl: nnd whit'' dance In th3 seconl
act v'.;s tho test Of the evening, the
electrical offocts being most effective.
The Rambeau and Esmond Stocit
company will produce "Young Mrs.
Winthrop" at the Opera house this
evening. This will be the first appearance Of this company in the city,
although several of the members have
Been seen on the local boards with
the Marjorie Rambeau stock company.
The leading roles will be taken by
Miss Marjorie Rambeau and Henry
Esmond, while the other members of
the cast will be Edwin Qeidel, Rialto
C. Edwards, Percy Hunting, G. Conway. Miss Lillian Burnett, Miss Nell
Gibson and Miss Brentwooil Camp-
bell. The i lay has been well received
In Blaine .mil Victoria, where the company appealed last weed., and Bhould
be well patronized in this city.
SUSPECT CAPTUREO
NEAR BOUNDARY LINE
Chief Constable Spain, of the Provincial police, arrested Andy Ward
near Blaine, on this side of the international boundary line, yesterday
morning, acting on information received from the Provincial police of
Vancouver, which was to the effect
that Ward wa_ wanted to answer to
the charge of stealing a horse from
a South Vancouver party. Ward was
"riding the horse, heading towards
New Westminster, He had been intercepted on the south side of the
line, and acting on advice received
from the officers there, he was on his
way back. He claims that he was in
partnership with the party from whom
he took the horse, and that instead of
the affair being a straight steal, he
iad taken possession of the animal to
satisfy a claim. The case will be
aired in the Vancouver courts. Ward
Blapt In the Provincial Jail ris' ntght.
and will te ta'.:?n to Vancouver this
morni;:;;. PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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��� WOKHOf OFFKUtS    f _   __
Voting Contest! �����!���| SLIPPE
A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 126 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER.. SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING  MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
190S, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having   received   the    largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library  is on exhibition at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will count, the votes.
Eastern Papers Ascribe Defeat of Tecumsehs to Rank
Decisions of the Referees.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
D.   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and  Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE  DAILY   NEWS  PUB.  CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL STUDIO
(under  new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
0.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   Confections,     Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
Daily News Voting Coupon
Ix Library Voting Contest.
���be-!   for   Ten   Votes   in  Library Voting Contest    in    favor
of
Voted   bv
For one year's subscription  paid in advance,  $4.00,   we give:
votes; six months, $2.00, 100 votes.
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'
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
-������ The ������
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
The Toronto Daily star gave prominence to the following despntci
which is interesting as showing what
the easterners thought of the game:
New Westminster. B. C, Oct. 7��� By
a combination of good  play and the
! assistance   of  the   field  officials,  the
! Royals of New  Westminster defeated
the Tecumsehs of Toronto in the final
! game of the western tournament here
I Saturday by a score of 12 to 0.   The
game for the most  part was interest-'
eing, and was witnessed by over 20,000
people.     Of course,  the    majority of
'those in the stamls were Westminster
'supporters, and received    their    team
i with 'an ovation when they stepped on
' the field, while the Tecumaeha were'
treated  liberally  with  cheer,   by    a
large crowd from Vancouver, who. be-
; ing unable to defeat N'ew Westminster
j themselves,  were desirous    of having
[the Tecumse'hs do so.    But to defeat
the' Royals on their own grounds is   i
Iproposition so huge as to stagger air'
team,  ami   the  T.'cumsehs  went    ths
way of their predecessor.-, the Sham-
' rocks and  Capitals.
i   ,    Poor  Work  of  Officials.
New Westminster put up a    greatt
game, but   the official- came to their
assistance early in tin' game, and be-
: gan ruling Tecumseh men off for n >
'offence whatever, while those on tbe
bome   team   only    received    half iii'
length of penalty. At one time Adamson was checked hard b.v three m  n.
j lie tripped   and fell,  aud  in  doing  so
'��� took one of  his  opponents  with  him.
��� K<ir  this   he  received   five    minutes,
I Felker was cut open over the eye, an i
although the referee was looking nighl
, at him when it was done, no one was
penalized,   On two different occasi ,-.-.-
the   Xew   Westminsters   were  allowed
gcals that should never have been a!
.owed.
One shot struck the goal posi an i
' i imded fully 20 feet. The umpire
hi bl up liis h end. an . II was allowe 1. j
At a later sttme the Ne�� Westminsters
scored when one of their men was
having his Injuries attended, to. The
officials simply stool and looked on
with a complacent smile 011 their l;n '"'s
aad whistle in their heands, aud th''
goal counted. This occurred in the
3econd quarter, and by this time the,
Tecumsehs were so disheartened they
did not rare whether the score was 1
or 50.
Winners a Good Team.
Aside    from   the   officials,   however,
the Tecumsehs  were    up   against    a
well-balanced Ham.    Fast   on    their
feet, they outran the Indians, who, to|
a.i  appearances,   were out   of shape. I
Tii;' Tecumsers certain!) eli 1 not play
the game they  are capable of.    Ilmi
Clarke   in   goal   was  a  failure,  while'
\ Charlie   Querrle,   after being   in   bed
three daj a with f iver as .1 1 esult of
I getting wot, wis too weak to get into
I the game, and thus riee field was han-
| dlcapped from the start.
The   Dr.   Jaeger's   Famous   English   Felt  Slippers
ARE   MERE
You don't know what comfort is without a pair.   Ask
for them, insist on   having  them,  take no others.
They are sold only in this City by
V.
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
Condensed
Advertisements
1
WAITED���TO   RENT    FOR   S-'X
nionths. furnished  house,  with
furnace.    Apply C. T, Dail]   NV.\.-.
WANTED���SEWING   BY  EXPERI-
enced dressmaker,    Please 1 1 l
at .Miss Matthews, 212 Royal avenu
corner Mclnnis Btreet.
WANTED��� BUTTERMAKER,   FOU
Salt   Spring    island    < 're' 1 -i  1;
association.    Address secretary, s... ��� _
ges, B. C.
K    SUPPLY    lllli. I'     OF    ALL
kind's,    no   charge,    telepb
3329,   Canadian   Pacific   Employment
agency.   506   Cordova   Btreel    W.,   Va I
couver,  1!. C.
I7.0UND- ���LADIES   GOLD   WATOH,
A Good Oik
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANI
*���      semi   hunte'i
Inli
ia
B
in
'is-.;
owner   can   have
same
<e!l
proving
proving property
and   ,
a
lag
tor
this
advertisement.
r
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .' ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE       %41,000,000.00
B'S'iriies throughout Canada and New feundland, and ln Loudon, England,
Xew York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transac t .d.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of fl and upwards
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) addon
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $lG8,OOn.nno.O0.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p. m. to 9 p.  m.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D.  BRYMNER, Manager
Eread  Under Weight.
:    Ottawa,   Ont.,   Oct.   13.���Extensive
riselzureB   Of    lightweight       read    have
been made   here by the police.   Pending issuance of orders, the authorities
i will   not    disclose     the   names   Of   of-
j fending .bakers.
i'lKl'- AI.Ait.U   BOXES
Following is the location and num-
| her of the fire alarm boxes in the clry:
B���Asylum.
C���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth,
12���St.   Mary's Hospital.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia   and   Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24������rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avenue and  Fourth.
2G���Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
S2���Agnes and  Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
3G���C. P. R.  Station.
42���Small  nnd  Thickland   Mills
FOR    SALE ��� POINTER    BITCH,
young,   shoulel   make  good   -���'���-..
dog.    Hox 61  Daily News office.
FOR SALE���70 ACRES OF GOOD
farming and fruil land; pari i..
cleared; i-l mile trom Chllllwai .
tram line. For partlculai ��� v. r te "T"
t. 0. Hox 372.
FOR SALE     KNOWN THAT TWO
Ints   on   Seventh   avenue    neai
new  cut  off  line  to  Vancou\
tor  sale.     Applj   A. ('.   I).,   P. 0,   .
633.
���_���____  -<
LUST���A  (.Old)  FILLED   WATCH,
English   case,  tinder   kindly   r
turn to T. Gilford's jewelry Btore an
obtain  reward.
rPO     RENT ��� TWO     FURNISHED |
������      bedrooms, near    Library,   appl
287 Victoria si.reet.
TIMBER LANDS -WE DUAL Exclusively in timber. Have lai se
and small tracts on wat< i. If yo 11
wish to buy or Bell, see me. ES. R,
Chandler, 107 Hastings SI . Vancou-
ver, H. (.'.
REMEMBER,      SIPPRELL      DOES j
the neatest and cheapest work In I
tin' rubber stamp business, also man
ufacturer of  Uncle   Bill    Oil.     John
Slpprell,    116    Second    street,
Westminster.
i  . ________________________������-_���_
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,1
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and!
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (excepl
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail, j
express and freight connect with i
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Managei,!
Vancouver.   B.  C
IMPERIAL
FLOU
McQUARRIE & CO
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS    J
FRONT  STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone331
I
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.  WALKER, President. ALEX.  LAIRD,  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded   Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON. Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7 SO  TO 9 P.M.
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
Crockeryf^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
**��***��**���*���
ADAMS y DEANS hs,
OCT.
i-l. 1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREK
riionavot*^
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BABKISTEtRS
i.'  Lorne   St.,
New Westmin-
���   ���!   Box V-
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For Two Weeks
���.,c ..  RDM0ND8,  Bai rn,
TK=!l'b oHcito'S, Blackle Blk.,
-.. �����   Westminster.
t'el ��� 1l"nioDfls-
I .MP     \ BOLE, solid
| .ourt. Office*
. merce  build
opposite  poat
-ter.     M >ney   to
,   ve   Wl
.., i rapp BtK.,
i.e.r.ee    __trt��Ut8.
I   ,.���r..��   Mreet.s
to 24, 446 Srao
J ���ri.r.ln. K. C, J
I McQuarrie, II. A
le-".." ,  wif   be  in th:-
1 every Friday af
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X 270 Columbia St.
: TROPHY COMPETITION
CREATES IKTEIiEST
160 acres of land on the Scott road, near
thiscity;$30 per acn,. You can buy a
part oi this on good terms.
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AMUSE MENTS
Next Shoot for Possession
of Splendid Works of Art
Takes Place in February.
P. PEEBLES f:��
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone 307 ���
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tirrister and
Colum
m,-2   I'      M
Oritur  ' "   ' ,00k
J ,   :-,, New West
Id -I- K'
1     '
Lsgrav  Barrister, Bolldtoi
f. in practice since
;    If- r.  B C.    OI
i Bh ek, Clark
site   Court lie....
Ij bone 04.
1 ANSFOR D,    Barrister,
��� Sc'lcltoi  etc, Crescent block,
and      McKenzie
Inster, B. C.
lo Or TRADE.���New Westmin
j; | of Trade meets in tht
I. d . City Hull, as follows.
I. flay of each month
I.. ;,, Ings on ths second
Ineriay nf February, May
].- | Sovember, at H p. m
i: : ,. tii ga on the sea ae
I . :     February.     No��
JEters i   ���   be   proposed   and
Jed at an.  monthly or quarter'*
tu. a. b. Wh'*e, Sec
RubWoid Roofing
It hac stood the 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 il.
Write for prices. -:- -:- -:-
Corrugated Iron always on h?.nd and price right.
���������������������<
T. J.  TRAPP  &  CO.
Limited
jm. ..im^ijm^-ab i&a. ri*_arcr.i:: m u .'/-',!3_m-ri3_MHE-Eaa-zm
"Tho Maple l.tnf Fo'cter" ft
  j��
' We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, because it is Canadian,  tn
SOCIETIES.
.F.-AMITY  LODGE,  NO. 27-
: . i tings of this lodgi
I- , ews' ha'.!, Colum
Ittreel   evei y   Mmi lay  evening
I \'.. [ting brethren cor-
to    attend.    C; s
\.\'.I>. McDonald,
;���:,, R. S.; ri. o.
:' S    Vli \. vi iins, treasurer,
|ERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES.
X . .     Mi ��� i< every Tuesday
| i. m., in riu> Eagles'
treet.   F. J. Lynch,
Pi -     Bi Id, Becrel ery.
U. W.-FRASER  LODGE No. 3
)' tin  flrst nnd third Tin's
n ��� su h monl h. Visiting
fe'ti coi Holly invited to attend,
F- \. O. V. W. hall, Odd
P���� Clarkson   itreet, C
|!' ler;  I lea Bacon,
Wn ti er] a en.   ,
Or COLUMBIA    LODGE    No
|80N8  OF   ENGLAND.   B.  S.���
I '��� ;ree meets Second and
*-'���".'  '.   In -ri-iv of each month.
[K. of p.  [lan,  Columbia  BL,  at
ta., White Rose Degree, Fourth
���J:; -!      In   each, month, Bame
ind i'   e.   Vtstttns. Brethren
' ,    E. :.. Webber pre-
���-.'���( retaT.v.
lv']   ~"R"ya'  City   Lodge,  No.
"   in
I
f
'Mel IVI lows'    Il -i:
VANS
I'E-FvFELCTION
i
j
(Maple Leaf |
Label)
Ottawa,  Oct.   13.    Inter sl     s
noi    ���      h    in tin  coming
tro ipel erie  iii    Ex i
Govi ��� neral   Ins
api  : i  Eoi    ���   I
t Februai i
siteri  spi  li'liel  success  in Ottawa.
Col. .1. Han ti    C.V.O., ri
M.G.,  HI    Exci   ��� ncy's si crei ir; . and
r. C. T. O'Ha ie   I partmi ol ol
tra li   and c< mn   i       ��ho Is the hon-
bee n   ind
.  In their efforts For the nexl com
���. hich ,-   o   a hi i'i in O ts
i '���.   .��� eek c immenclng
ll'IIS.
['hi   ch   rmi '..    commil
[or lhe ��� ...���-. Ini   - leeie
iri illows:   British
i   ,. ,   ell, Victoria, r.
��� ..   Vlb<  :     Hom i   :  Stutc ih irj.  E I
��� a.   Alta.;   Bi     atche �� in,   \.   F.
us,   Bank   ol   Montreal,     R : Ina,
Sask.; Manit* ea,   \i    >    Devlne,  D.8
, O.,  '��� twi ae  i'i ic .   Winnipeg,   Man.;
-i itario, A. Mar.. .in Macdonnell, T
B ink   building,   Toronto, Onl ;
iec,  E,  ���!.   'I-  Lotinlere,  Quel ec,
Que.; New Brunswick, Prof. I). Vrnol i
Fox, si. John, N. B.; Nova Bcotla,His
Honoi   li. C   Fraser,  Lleutenant-G iv
erm r;   Pi Ince  Edward   Island,   P rc.
Pope, Charlottetown, I'. E, I,
All   ci rr ispondence   respecting  tii<-'
coming   competition  emanating  from
tie various  provlrices should be sme
to the   rovlnclal chairmen,
Quebec and Winnipeg who were the
fortunate  ri< tors  lasl   year are now
i in   i osi   ssion   of   the   li iiu1s.mii'  ti  -
phies representing music and the dra-
l ma respectively which were 1 ie w irk
I of lhe distinguished French-Canadian
i sculptor,  L,   P,   Hebert,  who    al   Hi"
1 preseni time spends most of his time
j in  r i'i-. where he has establish* l b
studio,
Monday  and
Tuesday
The Rambeau and Esmond
Stock Company
IN
Young Mrs.
Winthrope
POPULAR PRICES
i
	
Pickard
China
JUST    RECEIVED   DIRECT FROM
STUDIO.     CHICAGO.     OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT     OF     PICKARD HAND
PAINTED  CHINA.
Trains & Steamers
CP.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:16,9:35.
17:05, 18:30.
Arrive New Westminster S: i'e,
i'i;::."..   18:10, 20:15-
GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 i>.ni.
Lv. N. W. 4..,.'. p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p-m
Li aye Guichon 6 a. m . ��� Ive New
New Westminster 8:30 a, in-
Mondays, Wednesda;    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
same hours.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
��� eetIth  Columbia Coast  I.ine
8ervlce.
IS MADE I!? CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AUD BEST.
TIIE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
'mfSmZETr-TW
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths* Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Opera House Bookings
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Haenilton   Watches.
' A Wife's Secret
���Baffles   ..'	
[saht I Irving ..
j Tilly Olsen , .,
��� Tho Alaskan ..
: Holy   City   .,.
Sarah  Truax   .
. .Oct, i,
..Oct. 30
..Nov. 7
, .Nov. 2.
. .Nov. 1 '���
. .Nov v.'
. .Nov.  2b
Uncle Tom's Cahln  'ter' ls
Arc   You   Crazy Dec. 20
Devil's Auction    isn. 2;
Buster  Brown    Mar. 12
Paul  Fillmore    -M'"'- 1S
! Sis in New York   \pril I
{Phe   Bur-<imas*er     April 8
| A College Boy   ..' U;,v -"
|Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
bi gs tn remind his ohl patrons
as well as prosp_ective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical gooels. He wishes all
to rail to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
P. O. Box   34 5
'Phone   105.
\W BRUNETTE, No. 4099,  I O.F.
|M Fourth  Frlilav  in  the
Tnth at   ���   o'clock,   In   the   small
r ws'   block.     Visiting
dlally Invited to al
r -b b ��� ishton, c. K.; V. V
l
BIT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
' F'         regular meetings ol
. , lield on   Second
P' d lys of each month
L' lie Oddfellows' Hall
I." ��� ti  are  cordtaly   in
I,' '          I.   E. ('. Firth, C. R.;
[^Maxi Zee,
.ftOYAL  TEMPLAR8  OF  TEM
wance .. bui   every Wednesd&j
.. ''        [i, in., in Oddfellows
inl    lu ' lla    street     Visiting
I,! r^;u" cordially lavited to a;
-leieeii,     S.   Cj      N.   il-
��Ciit5i(-'''Ti-and BENEFIT A3
BMP ia   ' L0RD 0F THE ISLES
iltti 'm.   ~"^eet8 OB the First and
*Uesday of every month in
," tp- Hall.     John    McNiven
1, .1. Korrcater. Rec. S��f^
FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES.
'he i nlon iJodge, No, 9,  \.
I-Jiiii \  ii
^ ��� 'y -    king Bolomon l. idge,
A  '   and A. M.;  L  (). 1>V
.       ; '- 0. u, No. 1583; Couri
'">;:""i' > ..  1683, 1. ... K, C. (��.
,; '""r: WestmlMtw,    No.   330;
,;7!l"Ml "! ��wl8, Nest Xo. ri';
y   ���      ��� i Lodge, No. B, l. O.
Misses and Children's
Dresses
For Fall and Winter Wear in sizes from
1 to 1G years at prices varying from
75c to 3.00
Tk White House
I A.J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
Grand Trunk Ry. p (^PAKF
fri
Col-
every Friday evening
v:��iiine; ��� rathreh \\"b
"ll. Clow, N.O.
"��� ib r icoi bv. t a ������
B U LLET I t^*msmx:^.
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
... NEV/ WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  19*.
W   \. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
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TIME TABLE
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ROUTE
�� S    Princess   Victoria
Leaves  Vancouver  1   p.m.  daily except Tuesday.
Leaves Seattle 12 midnight daily.
Leaves Victoria 7:30 am- dally except Tuesday, for Vanoouver.
S S. Charmer
Leaves Vancouver  11:30  p ru- dally
except Sunday.
Leaves Victoria 1 p.m. dally except
Sunday.
SS   Princess May or Princess Royal
Leaves  Victoria 12   midnight Mondays.
1."eives Vancouver I  p.m.   Tuesday-
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   P.   Rithet.
To Victoria:  Wednesday,  Saturday,
7 a.m-
From   Victoria:     Tuesday,   Friday,
7 a in-
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. 8. Jean
Leaves  Vancouver  1:80   p.m. daily,
except Sunday.    Friday ami Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m-
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 pin., 1st and 4th
of each month for Clayoquot. Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of each
month   for  Quatslno  and   way   ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Qnsit-
j sino, Cape Scott and way ports-
S. S. Transfer.
I. iav< 9   New   Wesmlnster  daily   c-x-
cej 1 Sunday al 2 p.m., with additional
brlp Monda.   :' 5 a.m.
Leave.-; Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Weili:, -e.!iy. Thursday and Saturday
al 7 a. in.; Friday at 6 a.m. additional
trip rii: ie day D p, m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER R^.JfiT
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   West^^  s   a.  m ���
i Mondays, Wed^8trays and Fr|days.
T^ave^ ^flilllwacl. 7 a. m. Tuesday,,
j T.Uur'lSay   atid   Saturday;,   caning   ��0i
[ landings   between   N'ew   Vestminster
md Chiiliwack.
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From N. W. Tn., Tli., Sat   S a.m.
From rhtvli. Run.. Wed.. Fri . 7 a.m
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Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2ni1
md Kith of ench month, culling at
Skldegate pn first trip and Bella Coola
in second trip. Time on arrival and
lepartufe are  approximate.
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mil or aellioss
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720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash PAGE  FOUR
T3E   DAILY   NEWS
Monday
I
X
HASTINGS  TOWNSITE
l am now offering for Mile een very easj term- Tw��.nt..-iive lots in
tli.- Southern half e.f Block B6. These lots are practically all cleared and some of theni ire all in fruit and clover. The:- ��� i- a nice
house and barn, with good well on part of the' property. Thes,"
lots will be within ten minutes' walk of the Hastings street car
extension and the V. W. & li. survey crosses on the west side of
the block. Prices from $200 to $250. Terms $50 cash, balance
$1(1 per month.
onUt is nee; arguing as to the general
application '��t' tbe provision under
which a bill may be rescue 1. but as I ������
the particular case of the Bowser bill.
That Pill was not reserved; it wa.
killed; bin ibe Colonial now talk.- aa
ii ii bail '.ii reserved, A lieutenant-
governor is wrong in reserving a bill
except be ri Instructed to do so. mil
the Dominion government would blunder badly if it gave such instructions
except in peculiar cases, of which the
Bowser bill was nol one. If it hail
made such a blunder (it did not) any
EYESIGHT
WE HAVE NOW A COMPLETE STOCK OF OPTICAL GOODS
IN GOLD. GOLD FILLED AND NICKEL. EYESIGHT TEST-
ED   FREE   OF  CHARGE.
8
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Pub-
shlng   Company   Limited,   at   their
.iDces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
Streets, New Westminster. B. C.
MONDAY,   OCT.   14,   1907.
COMPLIMENTS  THE   NEWS.
The Colonist was good enough to
devote over half a column, one' day
last week, to an editorial article
which is a strong testimonial in tho
strength unl soundness of tin: position taken by this paper on ihe constitutional aspect of lhe BOWBer bill
matter. Perhaps wc should apologia i
for tiie delay In noticing >ur est emed
contemporary's article, but that delay
was due- to circumstances over which
we have no control.
The Colonist, it ls true, does not
use the ordinary language of compliment in referring to our article.
Quite the contrary m fact. Iim we
appreciate it all the more highly on
that eaccount. A paragraph describing an article in another publication
as "able" and so forth, very often
nie'iuis simply that both papers are
on the same side: but when, as m
this case, the compliment is between
the lines and quite involuntary, yet;
plain and as if printed in large type,
then, Indeed it is a compliment worth ]
having.
'I'he Colonist's article begins with
a Mat misstatement both of the. facts
of lhi' e ase and of our posiiieen, and
continues in a strain quite worthy of
its commencement. Silly comparisons, lead logic and worse temper
mark it   from  first to last.
To analyse a little, it speaks of
ihe  News  as discussing   what   would
vides that he shall be the appointee
of the Dominion government an.l de-
lines his duties. He is absolutely un
der the control of the Dominion goi
ernment, which can remove him ai it-
pleasure."
.May we remind the Colonist that
the king is not "the appointee" of .1
government which "defines bis duties"
and which can "remove bim al iis
pleasure"? although, by the way, the
Dominion government cannot legally
remove a lieutenant-governor "at its
pleasure";    the    constitution  i-  not
quite such a "hass" as to allow that, j in order 10 attract and retain popular
Then ihe Colonist proceeds to dis- 1 ion.   The experience of ibe' lasl year
cuss the "man of straw" which it hal lor two lias led many of us 10 modify,
set up al the beginning of its article
i>.\ the misstatement which we iiai ���
noted. Suppose that .Mr. McBride had
resigned in consequence of ihe governor's insisting upon reserving the
bill���30 runs its argument anl that
t.ie governor's resignation had been other
tendered     in     consequence,   what,   iri fitted
I,
do.
Would it accept the resign.ni in? 'every
I'he Colonist is taking it for granted  overflow
humiliation which mighl have come 1
to it as a consequence would have I
been a just punishment.
Oue of these days; we have note
time just yet; we may explain to the
Colonist why ihe provision as to reserving bills, ami also the provision
as to disallowance, are in the constitution. In the meantime we cannot
suppress an expression of regret then
a journal by no means devoid of ability and which shows now and then evidences of a   real desire to  be  hones:   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
aud  respectable, should be compelled 	
to craw] abjectly through the mud in grand success of the Provincial exhi-
Its efforts rn defend such an a .surd bltlon as em exhibition, to Bay nou-
aggregatlon aa the McBrlde govern- ing .if such an Incident aa the return
ment. Easl of those Toronto "Indians" min-
 i- 'boit own Bcalpa Instead oi bavins
A NEEDED OFFICIAL. ,,    ,   dangling   at     their     lie.ts���has
li may perhaps be well t 1 .. 11 a few Ijnade "New Westminster." as ue h ive
lines   10   whal.   we  saiel   on   Sal 111 ria>   ..,,e,|    a   VITV   familial   sound.
Now we should i;ik'' advantage "i
thai state of affairs, an.i we lannot
thinl. of .1 better plan than the
9 tggested mi Saturday. Lei e man
<��� engaged bj city ami board of .rade
jointly, whose business b shall be '��� '
-1 e that no legitimate 1 ri ortuhil
advertise the city is passed over, e:;ei
to Bee thai persons who come hero
looking for home's or for business
chances, are taken care if to 1 .-'i 1-
plied with such Information a- they
desire.
The salary of such an officer would
be   a   very   legitimate'   charge   on   the
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
about   measures  proper to  be a lopled
if not to a andon, the view which w,-
use'd to hold thai summer wa 1 eh ���
lime to put forth efforts in 'hat direction, li is within ihe knowledge
of most people that British Columbia,
and .New Westminster not less than
paris of the province, has bene-
greatly   b.v   the   overflow   from
Por QUALlf
the Delta laml  cannot be  beaten.   One acre of tnla rich
bottom  land  wiil   produce as  much    aa    tin...    M
gravel  land.
Jlere' is a  piece of choice land at a barg.
s acres a I cleared, in garden and paature, G miles (..���.���
this city, ,,n the dyke read, rim yards from Sunbui poat office
and boat landing, U mile from school, has a five-room house
in gooel repair, barn and chicken house, 2 i'er.\ 10 hem
good waterfrontage with  wharf  building,     boat   and   Qi
young fruit  trees,  a  good  range  all conn  ected
.1
J1250 cash,
Price
balance  in  om
-   $2250
reason to believe both that the
_^^_______________________________________      ___   continue'   ami   that   the
that ihe (supposed) action of ihe gov- coming winter wii: witness tiie arrival I funds of ihe board of trade ami on the
emor in reserving the bill would nne'; among us of many people from ihn city revenue, ami the official title of
with approval at Ottawa. Would there part of the Dominion who Intend loihis office should in- "secretary of the
be appointed, then, it asks as the re- settle here ami have lefi only the board of trade." We must cut our
signing governor's successor "a man question 'of the' part of British Coi-jcoal a cord lng iei our chub: when we
who would go contrary to the policy1 umbia they will choose; ami also of cannol afford 10 have officials in all
of the Dominion government? If." it many who come to see whether or not j positions which are needed, we must
adds, "ibis is tin.' way the constltu- "the coasi" seems to offer 10 them a combine the offices, and i: is [mport-
tion would work out, the problem au- desirable place of residence. Thai we ant thai strangers coming here 1 1
thorlzlng a lieutenant-governor 10 re-, could largely Increase the number of make enquiries ie.. refei 'iri I i an >;-
serve a bill until the pleasure of the such visitors by any type-and-imper ficial, who is not engaged \. - Iva ���
governor-general shall be known la advertising is very improbable. Inth'.'
absolutely   meaningless." ears of newspaper readers all acros
This  is not,  perhaps*, ;-.> .ji pal- the continent and beyond ii. the name
,   pably ridiculous as the sample quol ���! [of   New   West minster   musl   have   In
above, but ii is bail enough.   The Col-   these days a very familar sound. The
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPER!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. 1
Phone   335 ��ri O. Rox|
business, ami who wii! no'   be   I    il    1
;���  "i   is trying rn push his own 1
client's iir  rests, bin will :ee., an 1 wl I
1 .��� le I ! 10 bi', a disintereste I servant
Of   ill.    pilielic.
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present  tiiis Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :     :
ROYAL STUDIO
Ineler now
management,
Block.
Cunningkair)
bave happened if Mr. McBrlde had
"refused to consenl to the bill being
reserve 1 ior the consideration of the
Governor-General." That is something
which the Xews has not discussed
al all. for the very gooel reason that
the bill was not reserved; oonsentwas
Withheld, and that killed ihe bill. Thu I
riolonri' also ignores the fact-finding thai course very convenient doubtless :.; .:. even il the bill had been
n served, the case against Mr. McBride personally, ii not againsi the
whole government, would be a very
'-'.nin.. one on considerations arising
out of the facl that the house wa 1 in
session Por weeks after the governor's
decision n as communii ated I 1 the
pi 1 mier,
Here is another iri the Colonlst'3
sentences: ".May we remind the News
that thi constitution is nol altogethei
a 'has-':" Certainly; bul there is
strong circumstantial evidence thai
: here was a "bass" in the Immediat 1
environment when the Colonist undt
look to Interpret the constitution. For
example, we sketched the pro able
(we might say, inevitable) course ofl!
events had Mr. McBrlde Insisted upon as 11 nl being given to the bill, and
siiowe 1 thai the governor would have
. een .Imi up to 1 he allernatlv ��� of
giving a enl or resigning his offic ���.
iin 1 his t ie Colonial 1 having flrst mis
stated 1 be 1 ase of substituting "r
Berve 1 he bill" for "refus ��� assent" 1
1 imments:
"The same process of reasoninf
which woaid compel the resignation
of a lieutenant-governor under such
circumstances, would compel the abdication of the king, if he could not
find in ilu legislative a minister who
would assume the responsibility of his
acts."
Could the Imagination ol man conceive a more absolutely rotten argument? In the first place, the Colonist
is talking (although we were not) of
reserving a bill. Why is a bill
reserved? A hill sanctioned by a provincial government, may be reserved I]
for the consideration of the Dominion
cabinet. A bill sanctioned by the Dominion government may he reservecUJ
l'ir ibe consideration of the Imperial
cabinet. Hut for whose consideration
would a bill s-ictioiied b.v the Imperial
government be reserved. How could
the king possibly be placed in such a
position as that imagined b.v the Colonist?
Having thus made a "hass" of thc
constitution, tne Colonist proceeds to
lake il all back b.v saying of the HflU-
tenant-governor, whose position under
the constitution it had just declared
to he exactly .analogous to thai of the
king, lhat he "owes his official existence to the British North American Act, and that Act expressly ino-
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See our New Empress Shoes, opened up to-day.   Prices $2.50 to $5.50 | pos T CAR
Johnston's Bi& Shoe House
 in,! di*''
of New Westminsw" ���>���'
On Sale at- afld
Morey's    Bookstaie
at   Gamon s  Cisar
,1 i Advertise the town
The Si��n of the Bi�� Electric Shoe, Columbia St.
mailing Picture P��El l '
friends.
live"1
ADVERTISE IN THE i
DAIL* & ��:s
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T.  14,  1907
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
-TAG..  r-.VK
j. H. SMITH    ���
1. II. SMITH I
The Cash Stores
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54 in. Costume Tweeds ai 50c.
You will note the width and price. Then come and
seethe materials and the range of patterns in this
offering. You will pay $1.00 to $1.25 elsewhere.
The saving to us in the buying as usual goes to you.
por this line come early and profit.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
A Splendid Hanpe o! Broadcloths   ���
English and French materials in Burgundy Red, Tan
Brown, Navy,  Myrtle Grey and Black, at $1,50 yd.
Scotch Tartans and German Plaids
Fancy Eolienne, Navy, Brown, and a full line of
ligl   -hades $1.00 to $1.25 yd.
,,*���*: *-.i�������������������������������������������� ��� ������������������������������������������������������������������<>.ri>
36 in. Black Taffeta Silks at $1.35
This $1.75 value goes on sale to-morrow at this cut
price to stimulate the silk business.
>*��� >������*��������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������*������������������������
New Blouse Materials
lid selling lines are to be seen at special prices.
For instance, you will buy 40 in. White andJBlack
6c ��� i .:lues in Fancy Checks for 10c per yd.
Wo ! Delaines 40 in. or double width only 40c.
Wool Panamas, with fancy embroidered patterns.
Splendid value at 90c per yard being quickly picked
up :, iw at per yard 25c.
���������������������������������������������*���*������������������������>���*���������������������������������������*������������*
Sale ol Sample Swiss Curtains
CITY NEWS
25ta
FOR
'FURNITURE!
> t
<    U    ������  ��� . ..   | ,,:\ Saturday
fi :.. a -' ��� .        iness ti .,e i.e Bver< I:
Fresh
���ti Kyle .\ S .        d   s:
l.es. for $1.
I In the board of trade room ihis aftei
noon al  3 o'clock, jrtten mattery ol
. Importance will bo dlttUMed. All ladles Interested in the work ot the
council are invited to lie preseni
A   il .. jhlng    520  pounds
was captured In tne river on Saturday
noon.   The fish waa ��� ror tweh s
:������    long   and  a.i.-. purchased by M.J
Monk.
riaelies'   hairdressing   panors,   over
Welsh's stoi '   entrance on tith St. **
'i he me the Ne* Westmin-
Lacros -��� tiled away down
river    Sal .  ..     morning   In   Capt.
Croll's tug tute to Bo indary bia,.
en i all this week.
1 '   acres   best ot   fruit   laml,   abb'.
bottom,   easily   cleared,     soil   choir-eri,,
.ii.iiii. only  one mile  from  Steamboat
landing, Mount l_eUn.an; only $.r. per
acre.    Abbott &. Hyde,  next Qulchou i
hotel. *����
Csrpets.   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts.    Lace   Curtains,  Portiers.   Uphols
tering. Cabinet Work, Sheets,   Pillow   Cases. Blankets.     Etc
It will   pay  you to  try
jj John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA    STREET NE WWESTMINSTER, B.C
Bi lsl ��� inlng .nnl polish-
; g    nlves Lfl    ,'    paceket, :et
tie Qood 3tor i, 255 Pronl St. **
Ous Avt-riii returned yesterday afti .- spending one week shooting on
Ben-Kin's Island, during which time
be made his headquarters al D. H.
Oboyrne's   ranch.    Mr.   AverlU'a   bag
ii alne : fou deer, I welve hares, an I
imber ot grouse and ducks,
*�������������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
T���  -J ' ���
Sapperton    Specials-,     r   5-roomed
houses, newly  painted and renovated
throughout, $1500 each, Kearj  street
Mrs  V  W  Vi Dawson, who j near Columbia.    New 7-roomed mod-
��� i    ieen i lends in Vancouver1 em house near Brunette Btreet, $1600,
and   N v. the  paat I Easy terms, White & Shiles, 280 Col-
riririri- '^yjoxox-xxxcr-.:! .���'::���'.-���-'./ Mlf#*lrW!flffi*)ri *
ri ���
We have an
thre<
hors   on I
a ��� ,  vVblte
Is V,  ".-.
umbia street, city
Monej to oau on approved security,
White, Shi   . ii Co., city.
rh I   ee p ii - ol the Royal
.pita! win
iard ol      ide   n im    -���:, We lnesda ���
: noon,   v hen   .   ins   fo    the  con-
strui tlon of I lings   wii.
again   b< i I.
.!.  Ross,  .i   residen    of  Vancouver,
v. is arrested o    - ivenlng by
ibe cltj polii e, : n i wil ' presented
!. fore the police magistrate this
morning tt charge < i lng a fre-
luentei ll-fame.
3i
John Isidore, proprietor of the' De
pot hotel restaurant, who was arrested mi Friday on a warrant swum oul
.   s im    of bis creditors,    bas    in-
;,1 ji,.        . ted bis counsel, Qeorge B. Men -
tin, tn enter an action  for damages
againsi the parties responsible for his
arrest,   !!.��� v, as arreste
Seattle train al the <;
.md taken to the police station, vvherelS'
We Bell 1  ir     I Bal    - Powder, 35c   be was obliged  to pay a number of
tin, al the G   ��� I ��� Store, 255  accounts  before be wns allowed his
Fronl stre M   Iberty, As evidence of his bona Aden
In going aw".> from the city, he pro-
ces a telegram from a friend living
i.ins; the river which .-tales that Is
Idore's   lister has arrived  from  Astoria eniil is anxious to ni<e't him. Mr.   1*1
Martin  stated on  Saturday   thai   his ��� �����;
cl ml   had   been   Improperly   treated v
eis   or fun-  and that some person would have to A
eral  designs telephon    T   Davies  &    ���������   for It.   In bis opinion a very 1m-
Son  it 208 **"    ��� ' ''' method for collecting accounts
een adopted,
A   wl      fence has 1   en  pi i< ed  ar-
0.md thl |    iss the river,      Hopes   for  equitable  compensatiou
as a result        . Liverpool   for their forfel un  of the use of the
,.1>h1 l3 .,, preae ; tothe pub   evater-fronbage are entertained by per-
;ir     George  Turn nil ��.<- the   con    mm. owning land along    the    Bouth
tract01   ���.,;  [hi   ������'   . '���"" ";   ll11'  Rraser  river,  near the?
It Btrlal   and   Annie \ i le   < aunei le .
Dr. T. !.. Lev<_;    de .   - . Crescem        ���  ,j..i/!   , ,  ., (| decl8lon    handed
Improved Double Corner
On the car line, with two houses thereon, drawing
$32 per month, which can be had for
$4,500.00
BOURNE fcTG^RDON
!
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
1 >< 111 ! 1, e 11 < lor IIU-   K*%f3EffiXJBi&_4%^^
-I een board the A 1
;. N, it. depot, 5��! %%. %a\ i ������ ii���     _\.     *      m���   m   ar���* *'
.���. m   Mm.   I M m* i^___. H M 7 ^-^-w
W.  E.   FALE'S
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
1 am the pioneer Furniture auJ House  Furnishings  Dealer,   Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and l will sell you anything ln my line cheap
I
1
5
V   and will .elve you better value than  you  can uel  in  any other  pi ICB   9
ln the city.   Try nii\
Wall   Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Ma'.tlng from  15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the  be'it made, $2.25 per   set.       Carpets,  all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
amriJlators r.nd 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 havi> sold the block and am still doing business in the same' place
and In the same old way.
9mf8ti*-*m*m*m*m*Z*Z*12*l!r^^
club bull ling, Co
iw n   bj   His  Honor Judi e  Clemenl
las    ������  . .. in the ch 11 assize court, in
. ...  ol   Lee   Ylek  Ue an   > s.   .ri
Fall length,  worth up to $10.00 and $15.00 pair
Snap price pair	
33.08
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��� rl- 9lill I ��
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
T     , '���      [ 'I ::,   I'lrl
I the C. P. B   .
,   ,hi     ;. a. \.w  ,-.. railway,    rhe ruling mad
"..     m<   b3    :' ra'lwaJ commission gave
��� V. \'. &  E. the privilege ol utilizing
Westminster Iron Works!     �������"'"��������'
QFiNBRAL MACH1NU AM) HiNUlNS | ��������*-*���
WOKK.
SHIP S&nTfllNU, HitiiAif; ate)
STRUCTUHAI, IRON    WOKK.
fruil        . .   i   to   Regina,   Delor
tine, ��� ... ;. :.  ��� e i :: ��������� stoke.
lhi   highwea;   al ing  I be
Ornamental  irou   wont,  inoludlni
for a   Fences, Gates, Kire biscapes, etc.
WtT'isrx
i����wa_B3_��w^^aa������s*5^
j      -:-   CITY LOTS   -2-       !
IS Lots on Seventh Avenue, West End, terms, $750. %
U l its ori Fifth Ave.. East End, good terms, $1200. 2,
*
* 1 Lot on Royal Ave., all cleared,  $1500. |
��� New ap-to date 5 roomed House* Sapperton.   Fruit |
��� Trees.    Easy terms, $1300 %
* 4 Lots, Twelfth St. car line, each,  $300. ;
i DIAMOND &1CORBOULD}
RESIDENT AGENTS. J
n Fire  Ins. Co.  and Empire Accident arri Surety Co.   ^
Hand   3        ' b, ���   ��� b
Sons, Pi  1
The   N"v>   Wes mlnste ���   I ranch  ot
the B. C. Sunda I teachers' a ;-
soi i.e lon       :       nee   ng las   eve i
at     ibe.     ri ieen        ���  ee"     Metl
1 hu ch.     An     ri-   - ���   was   de lh    ���
;   Stuart   ���i.-
ei;  the  Pre vine! il ass    '���':...
w.   '        it 1 lowmenl
in the Mui    I Life ol Canada?   II   ' ������
pay >... 1    e si ������ S.  W.  B  lle>   at  -i
Colun  iia  Sl    This is the solid Company.
II dev< : tbe n an   .-���'.-��� i ve i
. ,   ,,\  -: en on '���' Iday after-
being one o
������.:  the
tentlary,  was nol ���
;ht.    Gui rd 1   ���   d., who went  I i
Steveston to Went!     the man, n iiort-
:    1 thl   effi   ;.
11 ':i . , v a>. and the companj v\ is i:'
iri le & .'i-i ; : wagon road parall 1 with
tin li track some distance further
1 :������ li from the river. Thia move, of
'course, will deprive the property own-
i rs ol the i rlvili ge of using the water fronl ige, and the real \ oinl ,-.( tbe
. . .' a s to force the railway company
tn re' apply iei the' railway commission
in which evenl  in efforl wlll be made
, secure compensation for tin" loss.
Mail orders ami correspondence in
7lted.
JOHN REID,
BKQBIH BTKUMDT.
New  V���"������inilnr.tiT i--. t>   <7��
Monso m  te e.   10 ���   al
I nt  thi   Hom    '     I
: stre ���!.
per pacltt t,
235    Front
���
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Amencar
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK.
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The  openli s ot      i al      lng   ���
.... im ���   ������     ��� rked by the
d   a   ������ imnce ' '    ' ;   ;" "'
Id ���:. ;i. the ollowlna j
having deel led to take to th i wooda
: m pun uli of the 11 heasant: Md.
: shii.s, Henley, 3a Hue emi Smith,
Owing to the ib t a a if tbe four ��� i
,, nS) there wlll e ao c mncll m< etlng
thia evening.
ai the Win Isor b I 25c,   '
DR.   HATHERLY
^^\ Optician and doctor of Ophth-
���''���r"2" almolgy,     Cures  nervousnea .
ml  headai be i,    .   skillfully  pre crib-
glas les.    Parlors on  Sixth  stre< t,
Mn    ble    lock,  N'ew  Westminster.
Advertising Cuts
of every description, for a'ty
purpose.    Dotlyna  and   EGti
mates free.
Chas.   H.    Rawson
Rooen  4,   165 Cordova  Street W..
VANCOUVER.   B.
\ls.i orders taken tor Printing,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
TH. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
For rill l.inels or cul flowers anel potted pltints. Bee Tidy, the florist.
i'flee 'Phone 188.      Wnrv, 'jfbone l!H
Columbia St.
liuggage delivered    promptly  to ��,ny
iinrl of the ellv.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi on���Train  Deoot
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
ElUrri Bloci'    M-yj Wefttmlnatcr, HC.
H STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer ancl
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
C.
$2900.00
1 ^o excuse to be without a House when you can get |
one already furnished ready for the purchaser
to>tepin.   New house, six rooms furnished, two lots, splendid location
$2900.00, terms.
Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Puce Paia
Mi
����� Lot Signs and
Lithographic  Process
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
I ^e f arrh Land Specialists,
������' ���.:^.::m:')1:V"<*:;)'.:;1/-/.:''.':*.'>: ��������� ^
New Westminster
-
The pile-driver will be started thl
ri riri'ri     t;";Fence Advertising
''-i-'"'1 8tree1 '"' ,'"irh wi" '"' 3reCt*   -P���* Pr.nl   TTcfofo
ed  a  large addition    to the   freight J.UI   IVcdL  JuSUdtC
shed.    A.n   addition  thirty  feel   long,  -jv/r
extended oat In a westerly direction  lVlt.ll
.,,,!   |n   B  gouthe'rly   direction   aboul .
tWenty-flve  I el   for half the  length By OUI* Special
of the   uilding, wl I be made.   A gang
of men have I een at work for uomo
u carrying out extensive repalra
to the wharf an i  the   -iructure has
v ���, ,; flral e lasa found ition.
Whonnock, '���'���' acrea Tine fruit and
. ken ranch, with "> acres cleared;
. ���:. . ea ii.. ' I iredi neven failing
earn   t water; 1% m>t. '. uel; from
;   price ��1000.    AbtOtt &  Hyd\
Gulch .ti .n'. I. ***
Th ��� regular ni mthly m��Ftlng of thi
We have  the only  Lithographic Machine in B.C.
The Royal City Sign
I        Works
_i'H o."  wuuien  w.'.l  b* luM
33 SIXTH STRuE.7-
WORKMEN'S  COMf ENSATION
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 my 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. PAGE SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDA
sunlight
^.^ Use   it   in   the   Sunlight way.
jS^ d^ ^%, *8T_fr Simply    pure    soap,    without
^���^ J^ harmful    chemicals,    it    saves
nail   the   toil   common    soaps
^& tf^fc compel.      Get   Sunlight   Soap
^"' and   follow  directions.
cents a bar
I        Our New Fancy        "
KNITTED VE5T5
BURN EASILY HIT
CHANDLER BEHIND
McQUARRIE   &   CoJ
Real Estate Brokers Insurance  Agents     Financial Agents'
Champion Long- Distance
Runner Cinches His Claim
To Pacific Coast Honors.
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.    Phone 338 FRONT ST.
Plume;
ETC
I
are just what you
want
All the New Designs,
Stripes, Checks, and
Patterns. : : : : :
Prices from $4 to $6
i
i
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
LOOKING FOR
THE BAND
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 for you to
choose from.
J. M. TODD
New Westminster s Music House
A. .1. Bum, of Calgary, champion
long distance runner ee' Western Canada covered fifteen miles at Brockton
point on Saturday afternoon in
l :2S;54 1-5, distani In ompetitor,
W.   R.  Chandler, of    Vancouver,   by
bi wn'.  ii\    :��� e. :-.     The time
waa about 6%  minutes short of the
world's  record,  which  has stood   toi
rears,    .';  is confl lently as-
si rted   ih ii   had   the   weather c mdi-
tions  been   more favorable  the time
...  ha . 'i   I een much shorter.
Burn proved thai he can run i hard
race for fifteen ml es as well as for
from   live   tn   seven miles,   which  ls
il his fave ' listani e. He kepi
with Chandh r during the Brst I iri
mile s of the dlsti ace, after which he
ited, winning oul  bj  seventy-five
. - an I, running Btrong. Chandler
endeavored to run away from Bum
after aboul ten miles heed been covered, In order t<i make tip for ihe' spr u
which he fell certain the Calgary
man would make on the last lap, but
could nor leave' any appreciable
distance between him and his opponent. Chandler followed in the last
four miles and had not a particle of
steam left at ihe.' end. Both men were
accorded an enthusiastic reception on
Iheir arrivel at the finishing post.
100 acres, less 3V& for new railway, j     Full Bized i
NINE  LOTS  On   BrUll-    Township 4, Sec. ll: all bottom land, -, of Regina  Sl
ette and Distillery streets,   ����>'"r *ra8B BU,tab,e for dairy fann;'
Sapperton,    $1600;    half
centre; 5 room house; !>arn 40x75,
Buffl :ienl fee i for about. 300 head of
Btock.    Price $2C00;   terms one-third
...
.���   ...
cash, balance terms.
40  acres under-drained,    ditched  all ��� $400;  half ca
round anel fenced around and through |     t   ,^
:     st   ?2
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 9,  1 I,  12, 1 I,  I 1,  15,
lv,  IT.  IH, 19, 20, 2S, 'i'i. 7!. Tri 73, 7-1
77    t subdivision ���'-��� in suburban
,.   !;. Sapperton;   prices   ranging
.:.  5125  to $200.
6  room house on Hamilton Btri et,
_���.       ..������   im   von street; full bIzi   $1	
mo lern  Improvements.    One   i<'t
��i   :a car line: lol 60x132. Price $1400.
13th street.    $iao cash.
2 HOUSES
cash   bal. to    Hit     irch.i ir.    One mile   Salb'" M":i'  ���' :
tn m station on new car line. shk'11 :""'   '���  ��� ^.^
ei.'l CM
siieu.     epiuuu  C , i       .
Lot 22, block    H,    between    Mrs. ance easy.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar- |
77.68   AUKES , lm   _
ploughed and i ;'
160 ACRES about  two miles  trom   _, '.. Sect. 5.   $76 per acre   -
$G00   cash, balance  In   m nthly   pay-  Aldergrove station,  30 acres cleared  cash, one-third
ments. land partly  fenced, good house,  barn  months.
m house, all modern Improve-  and stable.   Trice $16 per acre; |176 I
: ��� di Bized het, Shen. I street  r',sl!' balance to be arranged.
erton.   Price $2700.   $1000 cash,      1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dial.
lanci   tii time. Lot 8;  seitith side of the river, tn at
.... acres land next to Royal Oak I bridge.   $300;  half cash.
me-thirj
7 LOTS, 120x! lAva-
I  lots  clean I ^..rif
house, 1 Tri chi
price $1500, $10 i
has    ieen   cultivate 1,    not a
st imp on It, now in grass. 28 bear-  iot_. street   and
Ing  fruit trees,  all  kinds,    sufficient $1050; half cash.
_OTS,   132x132,  N.-W.   corner   eu'
St. Andrews.   Price
6 ACRES -��� ��� e .roupJ
I.Ol    Hi,    Colli' ..     .1
and  Brunetti
roomed  housi ; ���    , .
'���''   l"  l'1""    ^'"o'l   iii.'-"   barn, a-          ,             ...          ,   .������_    -,,, ���,,,,..,            . .. '%
, ,             . .                          2 lots on 8th St. between    ..th and'kitchen and three ���    -��� ..v���.,l
:.. aouse and barn and large chick-  ������_                          ,,.,,-,   ....       , ;"   I
.        ,           .,-,,-.           Cth Ave. on east side;  full sizeel, t,t.x   ed;  conservators - ���          . ��� ,,,\
en   nouse   for   about     2o0   chickens;   ...   .,               , ������       ��� ,     .....  .                ,  . <-i ma
good  well;  near to schoo. and tram:   132 = No8' 8 and    2"     Prlro *100�� for   J"** "��* #*��? -            le; ri,l
need.   Price $3500.. Terms $1500   both, balf cash, balance easy.                 la   bearing fruit tre.      ,           f
. $1000 in April a:ri  $1 ) Apnl   WMIWHHHKWMMHWHHHHHMMHm   !t0Ck ""' "' ;' ''          '        "
f llowing, or $3400 cash.                            m     . t   .     ,     |  5 a<?8 '''' ''""'' ^ Ub ei
B ock, corner o Auck-
LICENSE ELEMENT
TRIUMPHS   IN    NEEPAWA
^ gdison
Pnonograpn
" '*:ri\
i j5__k_
THE
Wki*& .,,��F-^ REALISM
Neepawa,     -Man..    Oct.    13.���After
twenty years of local option the ���
tors of Neepawa voted yesterday to
adopt :i change to lici nse l hotels.
Of 403 ballots cast it was necessary
for license advocates to get sixty per
cent, or 242. They got ''>7 per cent,
ier thirty votes more ihan enough.
There cannot be another vote for two
.' irs. Immediately after the result
of the voting was announced, boards
were taken from the Hotel Hamiltos
windows and the rex ms wen openi .'
Tor business,
1 Lot 66x132 ft., S. i- of S, lane at
' ck, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal, 0 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street SSxl32 only $800, a
ie Ild investment.
Lot  20,  block    IJ   facing    iri./ h
rch, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
eet;   price $650.
1C0 acres less right of way about S
i acres for railway; 25 acres stumpi I,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too liixLri; barn 30x32 anl
lean   too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
land & llln St, and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
Uri  acres,  2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two  lots  on  ISth  street, between  7th and  Sth avenues.
maining acre;    all fen ���, __J
from school.    Price $3000; hall cai
bal. in H months at 7 per cent.
l   Lot 88x132, ith av< -
$800  cash.
LOTS,
6 & 7,    full Size i ,:j
���SI cleared, upper side of 5th ' |
���'. tween 1st and 2n 1 Strei ts.   1      ;.:
���..-
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from i. ��� Sti     ...I
Oth Avenue on south side, No. 35, _lil
37 & 38, full size.    Price $ 1100 for thef
���.four, or $300 each; half   ash.
2 houses corne-r or   Merriva!   and \
ri;n<:-;  full sized lot;    cltv block 31,1    Double    tenement   house, Ith Ave.
lot  11;    one house rents for $25, the 1st and 2nd  St.;  1  lot.    Price $1,7001,
chicken houses, each   iuxi<_;    wagon 0(her J10;  flush elnKets aml a)1 con- cash half and half in 6 d j
shed  20x30;  small  milk house, small nected    with    sewers.     Price $3,500.|Rents for $10 each tenant,
irehard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,   balance in 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
���it
��*������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
���
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser   /
26 Pender St.. Orp-  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Rovers  Lost  First  Game.
The Rovers Football club, of this
city, was defeated by the .National.-,
uf Vancouver, in the first scheduk 1
match of the season on Saturdaj
ternoon, by a score i f three to two.
Th ' match was played on the Brockton point grounds In the presence of
three thousand persons.
Play was exciting all through, with
ihe exception ol the si rt, which was
uol  : i :.    Following were ti:    te ams:
Nationals���Goal,    Hartley;     backs,
Ashley,   Stewart;   half-b! i ks,   Mc\\ I -
Hams,  Benni tt,   Ells;   orwards,  Bar-
... r, iie:. aett, (lonnoi. An leis m,Fi ath-
. sionehaugh.
Westminsters ��� Goal, Howard ;
backs, Clark and Leamy; half-backs,
Christie, Winch, Arkwright; forwards,
Ambrose, Greig, Brown. Locke, Collier.
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOMESTEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
l��0 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
iho local laud otiice Tor the district in
; which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following plans;
(U At least, six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud in
.ach year lor three years.
(2. If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the hxjmeste id
er resides upon a farm in the vicinity
��� of the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may be satislied
by such person residing with the
! father or mother.
'3) If the settler has his perman-
| ent residence upon farming land own-
' ed by him in the vicinity of bis home-
j stead, the requirements as to resl-
j dence may be satisfied by residence
| upon the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
, be given to the Commissioner of Do-
: minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
j to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
! per acre for soft coal and $20 for anil thracite. Not more than 320 acres
can be acquired by one individual or
I company. Royalty at the rate of ten
j cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
I collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. P.���Unauthorized   publication of
j this   advertisement    will not be paid
i 'or.
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Thin! street, be-
tween Koyal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN C, 12,
IS,  24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents tor $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000,  easy terms,
_.'7'i acres of the best soil, 30 acres
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
40 acres y, section 14, N. ri of E '-.I
'of Tu. 2, about :; miles from bridgeoflT
Lots  14   and   15 of   1  of 6    of     4 llaworth  road, Surrey;    house       \
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2 U4 storey house. 3 roon          b< I,ad
.    ,   ,          ,          _,       . -                , other 3 can  be adibri m   tairs; BtuaJl
cash, balance 6 months at . per cent gliac)_.   ^   ,K,res  (.;(.;.,,.;    ,          I
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of ri of with clover, red; fairly easilj clearell
���    ,        ,    n i     __->-.!;. 1 o    ,,i,   toi One  mile  from  shingle  n        Pi 'm
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal- $1200;     t(}rm8  (i,,     ,                   _|
ance, 0 months at 7 percent. months at 7  ri.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits westerly -I. 11 of iri. Sub. Block
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars   on 1:12x132  conn;   i'i"  f" '
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmanding 1(;o gjj   _4 0$ 8ecuon 26, Dist l-.l
.situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of 10 acres,partly cleared;  Kanaka cn
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey running through; good road; onemile
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered) -jftnd'^ter's ��rn,
All   modern  conveniences;    hot.   and ;,U|. worth ?7 per aire; d             ;
cold   water,   bath,   flush  closet,  lava- -1 miles    from    Port    I
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot *2'10��: terms
06x132, with lane In rear;  part of lot
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,751.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
houses drawing $28 per month.  Price J
$5,000, half cash, ,.alance' ia 6 and!'
months.
lf.O acres on the Scott road, 1". acres
; fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;   cleared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms;    hen 1 splendid soil; only $30 per acre', $1,000
houses,   In  good   order;     some  acres
cash, balance easy.
ranged.
Large lot  and  two cottages on Co |
lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rente.
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house anl
full  size  lot,  situated north ���        I
Royal avenue nnd corner of McKlnnli
planted wdth wheat, oats and potatoes. '    Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,   8tr��et; 9 rooms;  bath room, hot am
cold water, closet;   woodshed; your"
bearlg  fruit trees;   streets on three j
���Ides;   fine  view.    Price $1,800. V."
cash.
Water  from nearby spring.      Balance   about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property   easily    cleared.      Price; Half cash.    .lump.
$4,700;      $2500 eash, balance 6 ���'    - lots Nos_ sl to S6 and 95> 05 facos
and 12 months. on gth avenuei next to Gunns. ranch
This  property is only K mile from   4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-   house,   chicken    house,    175    choice i an<1 3ra" Ave., second lot from Qnm~'
ens and ducks could be sold with the   chickens;  horse and  rig;  $1500 cash. !Ave-:    52x122 feet; all cleared; IM
1 property at a snap. .  _ alongside and  back.     Price   $l.W'
Lots 10, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
I""""������"""���"-"���*'^l  $500 for three or $175 each;   1-2 cash
' balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
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Full  sized  lot on  Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
j eu. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage' on Vancouver road, corner
j of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acre-
| age Is selling fast at this price.
i No. 808.���8-roomed  House,  with  bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   y_
Laiam.c vV  ut;  ca.i��.uij_;t;u. cash, balance 3 and C mos. at 7 %.
,_���_ , ._,, m |M||[ i No.  300.���9-roomed  house, with  bath
**"'''* room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,C0C; terms Va cash, balance
3 and 0 months at 7 ('/c.
No.   310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, com
prising some of the finest residential
; sites in  the city for sale exclusively
! by us.   This magnificent property is
] situated on the comers of Fan rth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen!
half cash, balance easy at 7 %
150 acres Improved land. bulldlW
and sheds complete, near Cl       :>
all under cultivation, $15,000.   If riJ
can  handle  this, don't  ri lay; it's��
bargain; terms can be arranged.
frrFor  the   above  four   .
special price wi" be made to one
chaser.
House 30x42, tth St., between H��
and Sth Ave.; 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, kitchen and pantry. Full sized Iot running back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per riar
room,  Agnes ��t.   $3,000;   y,   cash, j at 7 p6r cent
balance 3 and G months at 7
park-   and  Emory  street,  comprising No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
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in air ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at. $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1 -2x8"., $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17. IS, 1,9, 20, 2i, face on 16th
slreet and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash. -Single lots at cash.
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   Vi
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 r/���.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame harn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co.v
stables, three in nil, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused   for   standing,     ,,,���.,.   ,., ������   ,,,��� *,.,.,..
timber;  carriage bouse IG x 21;  hen j full sized Ints.    Price $2.n00, one'
house made of hewed timber laid In leash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of r life- ,  -,<   12 1", !<���
���1 lois on Fifth Sire&t, ll  '-���.'
Sub. 15, S. Blk.  13.     $350 eac
cash, balance 0 months at 1 *<
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Secon'
streets,  No.  6,  6 and 7.    Fn^ ii[
each or $1100 for tie three.
Full sized lot, north side of Ham-
llton street between Sixth .and E'Em
streets; $225.
28  acres  on    Mara  roa.l.  1!:li"A''?s
$160 an acre   FOB   A   FEW   DA
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street 10J
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200 C'1f
Block 12 on 12th St., etst side'
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 '
pcr cent. . '
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OCT-  14,
13C7
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C P. R. WORKERS GET
INCREASE IN WAGES
New Schedule Drafted on
Saturday���Western Division Not Affected.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re- lota 5 and 6 o( block -. subdivision of parts of section 30, '.elock 5.
north range 2.west New Westminster
district. Whereas proof <>f the loss
of certificate of title number 13979 a,
risiie-il in th ��� ��� e. ��� ' : iri. rind; Wi.-
liam smith   n      been   filed   In this
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
al the ex|)ii-itiin of one month from
the- date of riie first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate , unless in the meantime valid
ol.jction be mirie to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Lund registry office, New Westminster, B. C, Sept 16. 1007.
Timber Notices
Naw   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai Harriet Pord,
Winnipeg, Oct. 13.���A decision regarding the schedule which will here- |
after affect helpers to the mechanical
trades of   the C. P. R.  was  decided j
upon yesterday as a result of confer-]
j ences which   have been   in   progress I
sine- last Saturday between thj men I
���and officials.
Tiie change which has been decided
uiiou  will  affect the    men    between
Fori   William  and  Laggan and  south .
to   Kootenay    Landing.      From    Fort i
William U) Broadview the rate of pay j
will now be 26 4-2 cents per hour for j
boiler-washers and helpers.   Hitherto ' of Hammond,  U. C, occupation lady,
th ��� rate of pay was 22 cents an hour.   Intends to apply for a special timlu;r
On    the'   division extending    from   license over  the following  described
���   i I way to Loggan and also south j lands:    In New Westminster district,
!���) Kootenay Landing, there is a two-   commencing at a post planted at the
I cent difference, and the rate of pay ��� north east corner* of Timber Limit No.
for similarlj   employed men will now , 8663, New  Westminster  Dist,, thence
be 2d 1-2 cents an hour. I south 80 chains, east 80 chains, north
On tiie.- division reaching from Lag-> SO chains, aud west Hn chains, to point
gan to Vancouver no decision has yet   of commencement.
bei n reache I. HARRIET PORD,
While   boiler-washers   and   helpers! Per H. S. Pord, agent.
'thus i.e���; an Increase over the old rate.     October 4, l'JOT.
ol  :; L-2  cents an  hour, the machine   ������������������������������������������
men and tube men and other special- 2. TAKE NOTICE tliat Harriet
ists in the trade are apportioned an in- Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
crease amounting to lour cents an intend3 to apply for a special timber
iui in advance of the old rate. A license over the following described
mere important decision, however, lands on .Texada Island. Commencing
��� - S'ven . all the other trades at a post planted at the south west
which have- been in conference with corner oi ioi i;)} thence south 80
the officials, and it way but to be ex-, chains east SO chains, uorth 80 chains,
peel i thai the same concesions I an<3 west 80 chains to point of com-
would be made to the helpers when mencement.
their occasion arrived. HARRIET PORD,
The daily wage of the men now on per S. li. Ford, Agent,
the  flrsl   division  will  be  $2.38    1-2,      October 4,  1007.
while   m   he division west of Broad-   :	
jvieu  te     .    -.a-the    two-cent  di..-;-       3,    TAKE NOTICE    that    Harriet
'���'���'��� ...ee.    the   laiiy wage oi  the   Fori, of  Hammond,  occupation lady,
latter amount  to $2.56 1-2.    Previous   intends to apply for a special Timber
I 1 the change which was dei i le I up in   License over tbe following described
.. is eerie'., the wages per day on the   lands.
two divisions were $2.07 and $2.25.      1     Commencri: at  a   post planted  at
the south west corner of Timber Limit. 9828, thence west 80 chains, north
ju chains, eas; so chains, and south
. ehains to point of commencement.
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORI),
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
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,    turned 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
FRYSJHKMB
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
RIQUETTES
We Eat to Live
But at the sum.' time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely   upon    GETTING
Tlri:   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING,
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Mail Service
Dispatched by C. P. R, train at 7:15
a. iu.; close 11 p. m.:
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside No. l, daily except Sun-,
daj : Sapperton Xo. 1, daily except
Sunday; Calgary and Vancouver. No.
2 (first mail C.P.R. east) daily. Mails
from the above points received it
S:l,"e p. 111.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway
Co., 7:45 a. u...
Vancouver, No,  1, dailyexcept Sun-
lays.   Return mail received 9 a. 111.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m.:
Cloverdal . Nicomekl, Port Kriri,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Blaine and
Seattle (all points In Washington aud
south, also all points in eastern
states), daily except Sunday. Return
mails received at 3:30 p. in.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays, iri turn mall received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C, Electric railway,
10:30 ii. 111.:
Vancouver No. 2;  Victoria, N<
Central   Park,   daily   except   Sunday.]
Return mall received at 2 p. 111.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday.
Return mails received al 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12:00 noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays nnd Fridays.
Return wails received Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. iloai 1:30 p.m.
dally (closes dally al tha same
time during .vinter months:
Ladner, Westham Island, Port
Guichon, Steveston, Sunbiiry, dailj
except Sunday. Roturn mails ruooiv-
ed from 9 a. m. tie 11  a. ni.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return maif on Wednesdays ana
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 8; Victoria, No. 2,
and Burnaby hake; daily except Sun-
day,   Return mails received at 6 p.m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    hi |
2 p, ni.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. St.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.    Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at, 5:05 41
111.;  mail cIobcs at 4:'30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R. east, second mall). Return mail
received  at 10:35  a.   m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No, 2;
Coqultlam, dally except Sunday. Re
turn mail received at 10:35 a. ni.
I. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to appply for a special Timbi r
License over the following described
lands on Texa la Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit Xo. 9828, thence south 80 cnains,
west SO chains, north 80 chains, and
east SO cliains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
October 4.  1007.
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS, ltd
5. TAKE N'OTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special Timber
license over the following described
lands.
Commencing  at a  post  planted  at
the south east corner cf Timber Limit
No. 9827, thence south SO chains, west
80 chaius. north  80  chains, and oast
Se1 ciiains. to point of commencement.
HARRIET  FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
.October 4. 1007.
6.    TAKE    N'OTICE    that    Harriet
I-riiri. of Hammond, B. C, occcupatton
lady,   intends  to  apply  for  a special
license over the  following  described
ri   ! nj ds on Texada Island.
Commencing at  a post planted at
the south eas! corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south SO chains, west
80 chain.-, north su chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October  1, 1007.
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ON EXHIBITION���FOR SALE
AT THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE, a wide variety of strong
and fine Footwear, the very pick of the Old Country and Canadian
productions.
For strong country wear we have the Dick Waterproof Boot at
$5.00; the Glencairn, at $4.00; the Northampton, at $3.50 to $150.
These we specially recommend as just right.
Ladies' and Children's Boots from the finest to the strongest. Prices very moderate.
For Boys' school wear, try the Dick Boot; it is all right. Sizes
11 to 13, $2.00; 1 to 5, $2.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia SL I
Proprietor <j|
J.   STEWART,
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Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Travel on the Famous
NORTH COAST LIMITED"
ctric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
. 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   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CI��\RLTON,
Portland, Ore.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia Street
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NEW COTTAGE
A   nice  new   cottage  Just completed, wist end. close to Columbia
strett.car, splendid view, close to .arge mills and factories; just the
thing for working man.    Price $1200;
Very easy terms; $400 cash, balance monthly to suit you.
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian sab ��� guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salts. Insifl on having WINDSOR
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WJ.KERR.1
BULLIES AND TOUGHS
PET NAMES EOR TEAM
Prof. Osier Scores Doctors.
London, Oct. 13.���Professor Osier,
addressing rie st . .��� nts al St Mary's
hospital, said thai success in the medical profession was largely a 'iuos-
tion of good health, lu this matter,
he added, docton were notorious sinners. If they eiid not work too hard
they smoked too much and were indifferent ahout exercise. The best
students seemed to pay the least attention to nature's laws.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
HRE 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. ua
X H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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IPAPERS
YY/E are opening
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Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
il J. J. MACKAY y COS
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For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland in 1005, 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 Hange
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
For Sale Cheap
TWO LOTS
One on corner, partly cleared on 7th Avenue
near proposed new cut off line to Vancouver. North
side of avenue. Price, $600. $200 cash, balance
in 4, 8 and 12 months.
Apply A. C. D., P. O. Box 693
Australians Find All-Canadian Brand of Lacrosse Far
Too Strenuous.
,        .>���
Australian papers to hand bring
further complaints ol the alleged
rough work of the V.-Canada lacrosse
team during thfi lour which recently
came to an end. The Sidney Bulletin, a paper hostile' to Canada, is particularly severe In its criticism tl
the tourist.--, characterizing them as
toughs and "Cans lian bullies." The
Bulletin  s:iys:
"The visit of the Canadians was expected to have a stimulating effect
upon Australian lacrosse, but it lias
had rather the opposite influence.
Australians can learn very little that
is desirable from the Canucks, but
there are certainly many slim Yankee
tricks in the visitors' game thai can
do no good to the sport. The Canadians proved themselves poor sports,
t was not until beaten In the first
game thai  they discovered that I
Australian  conditions placed theni at
a serious disadvantage.
"Kru.ii   that  time onward  thej   did
nothing  but  squeal  for    concessions
from -the tess experienced side, and ,
their play on the field earned the cor- j
el e 1 dislike of everybody.   Hardly any
oi the local men are free from injuries j
inflicted  deliberately  bv  unfair  mfith-
PC8.
"After the first quarter in the tinal
test al Ade3sa.de,  the  Australian.,  saw \
red.    For  the   first   time  they  stood'
'.lie  tripping and  bashing,  and    they
they waded in to retaliate.   After that
the Canadian were an indifferent sec- ,
ond,  and   resorted    to    time-wasting, |
short passing 'to save the game. The j
contest was rougher than any football
match   played  in   South  Africa,    and
there   was   blood   and   hair   flying-lit-
erally.
"The Canadians can use their sticks
i effectively as weapons" of offence, but
in two Instances where an Australian
threw down his crosse and used his I
fists they did not seem at home. Al
preseni it would be difficult to raise
a fiver to send an Australian team to '.
Canada.
"The cable reports that the Canadian bullies scored in the first of the
lacrosse matches against Westralia, I
winning by 13 goals to 4. Anyhow.
all public interest in this push of
toughs has now died out."
KING JOHN DENIES
ROUGH HOUSE TACTICS
London, Oct. 1:;.���The All-Canadian
lacrosse team from Australia has arrived in London. Tbey will sail for
Canada on the 18th instant.
John C. Miller, the manager of th-i',
Canadian lacrosse team, speaks in a
most enthusiastic tone of the splendid
way the team were received anl
treated In Australia. Mr. Milieu- denies that there was any "rough
l.ouse."
"We played sixteen games," h.,
, said, "and in all combined there was
| not as much roughness as there would
I vf. in one game in Canada."
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Pocket
Knives
See   our   line   of  this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- Un
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
Colu-nbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
es
Ladies!
MOW ls the time to begin your Py-1
rography worl! for Xmas presents,
Plenty   of
WOOD  TO   BURN
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V.  Prendergast,    recently    arrived
from Calgary, has a grievance against
Contractor  McAuley, of  the   V.   V.  et
E,  construction   work,   who on   Satur-1
(lay  offeree!   him   $3  In  payment   fori
eight   days'   work.       Prendergast   ri - j
, I'us ed the proffered three, and start-]
ed oul  to lay a complaint, but upon ;
mature   reflection,   he   decided    lhat1
there could  not   be much more than
:|this amount coming to him, as out of
'.  the wages owing, the annual poll taxi
; had been paid, he had been supplied
���  with   a   suit   of   underwear,   overalls,
i .mix and  other clothing,  and  medical
; attendance had also been supplied, all
this   being  in   addition   to  a   dollar  ;i
day board  being claimed  from him.
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST I
And   can   save   you   50  per  cent
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B. C-
510 Richards St.. Phone 2125
Electric Railway Service    Chiiliwack  Special
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 minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twe-jty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten mlputes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. in.
Sunday Service hail-nourly _.e-
tween '8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
I
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or ln  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2VS miles from town on first class road.   The land produced ."ri/_.> tons of hay per acre this year and other crops in proportion.
THIS   SPEAKS  FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00   Easy Terms
New Flannelett
A Special Display foi
Friday and Saturday!
Good Quality Flannelette has always been sold im
our Staple Deparment and this Fall display is one
that will convince every customer that we must p
special attention to selecting our stock of this much!
e   d fabric.
You can rely upon every yard we sell you.
Heavy Quality English Flannelettes, plain or twilled In Rea
suitable for sbininus or us. la nighl ge v as, :;j (,, ;
wide, per yard, 15c to  ,...
! I
���   3Cc
Best Canadian Flannelettes in slightly   llghtei   weights than Lhe Ent
llsh goods, but of as good washing qualities, , ird       to.. 15c
Plain White and Cream  Flannelettes.    VW have never had
range nf plain Flannelettes us we are able te> show :. |
For underwear, or any other purpose these goods are the tavor-
Ite Flannelettes; per yard 10c to  3o;
Fancy Colored Flannelettes)
Great  variety in the patterns  shown  and in   such    finishes
Eiderdown   Flannelettes far  Kimonas,   Dressy Jackets,  eti     Sateen |
Finish for Blouses, etc.;   Wrapperettes tor wrappers or gown.;: Smail
Checks and Spots for Children's dresses; a Flannelette   for   everj
purpose will  be found  in our new showing.
New Corded Velveteens
Now the most popular material for Buster Brown Suits, Blouses,
Coats, etc. You will find a special display on our centre table,
Friday and Saturday. Colors, navy, Brown, Green, Purple, Fawn,
Gray,  Cardinal  and   Black and white. i>or yard 50c to  65c
Dress Goods Remnants
Tbe remnants in the Dress Goods  department   have    been   accumulating  very  fast  during tiie pas',  few weeks.    To clear up these
short, enels we have placed them on the centre tallies for Friday and
Saturday  only al   reductions  of from  16 to 25  jevr cent, ofl
prices;   Bpecial chances among th< ie for children's dre-.
New Waistings
We are showing a new range of French Flanelettes. Spotted Delaines, Striped Delaines, Wool Challies, Fancy Striped Lustres, Embroidered Spots, etc.;  per yard 15c to    9"c
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR  HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
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House of Quality ...
IF THE QUESTION OF
CLOTHES is before you, "
ls opportune to think aboul
the Kind you want to buy.
If the best, fabrics, besl and
most, expert style in perfect
finishing and moderate price
appeal to you, there Is no
place but ours for b0" ,0
visit. Wo are proud oi the
reputation we have madi a
the most fashionabl
ers ln town, and we me
maintain It by giving
better values.
clotm-
tie
ill
I   J. Eugene Brown & Co.
|    P.   S.���GLOVES. CASH  CLOTHIERS        .���
t*y*Hi&i*Wa^^
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS

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