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 m, shaeTsiCo
REAL ESTATE
R^,t Phone 85
i Columbia^
NEW   WE8TM1NSTER,  B.  0,   FRIDAY   MORNING,  SEPTEMBER 25, 1908.
t-r=T75 aKTRin     FILIBUSTERING ARMY
MP DW     I  TO OVERTHROW COLUMBIA
h��s GOOD EXHIBITION;        	
���' __��� Expedition   Proposes   Leaving   Boston ^
iv/r ���_��� Vi    for South America on 0ct' 21���
��� vers won Football Matcn ^ a|| HeavHy Armed
UListof Prize winners in I I
Different Classes.
BOSTON,     Sept,   24.���The     "Post*
  j publishes thi   disclosure ol an alleged
Westminster peo-1 filibustering  expedition,   which  is  In-
Coquitlam I tended  to star!   from  this   city  com-
3 ->*-   '"���'-"  -''-|po.,ed   o.-��.."   men,   fully   ...���,*d   ��"d j
heP,'r;':  ',.,,,,1, I. for the overthrow    of   the
United  siat.- of Colombia.    The re-
crultIng of  .his  alleged  force Is  un-1
der Ill(, direction of a  mining engln-
,,,,.  ,���   N,.,v  York.    Revolvers,    car
MAW DISTINGUISHED VISITORS
WIIL ATTEND THE EXHIBITION
Unveiling of Simon Fraser Monument By Premier McBride
Feature  of Scottish Day���Lieut-Governor Dunsmuir
Will  Come  During   Week-Final  Arrangements
Made By Board of Control.
White, Stoles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
���r.��.i��ir xntiiiu t i_,_:���__-_ ' ?
  ' -*?;WW*  Ubrar.        .
ROVERS DETERMINE TO BAVE ||Mt>[l. Limin WERE
HOOD EXHIBITION GAME1
Celtics   Match   W.ll   Prove   Attract.ve
���All    Nie-nberc   Asked   to   Assist
With   D-essinc;   Room.
,.s;(M-day  to
: ing  in the an-
L, fruit,   - --""    ;'""    S'""k
;WOfi
���,���:,. of former years
a��� the differeni  classes.   Included
I r    ,,   minst. r ni.in  noticed
| . , lays   were   H.   Jar-
' R j. nickman. ft Ryall, A,  W
[   D ;,,   ���   and aboul a Bcore of
[ who accompanied
Rovers, thi    local    team    being
'hed ,, piaj against Coquitlam.
|Th, foot all match was fairly even-
Icontesti ! until haU time,  neither
le being able to score.   In the sec-
i half, however,   the   Rovers    got
e best of the Coqultlta boys, net-
the ball twice, Hayes and Coldi-
|it  scoring.    Coqultlaln    failed    to
Le.   Colidcutt  missed  two difficult
L'ty ucks during the gamer,    but
IberwUe made a good impression on
(followers of the game, this being
j jr..* appearance ou  the  Rovers'
feip.
Be Westminster team lined up as
,,�����.   Barbaree, goal: Cunningham,!
Itttagton, full backs;  Bruce, Lock,
e, half   backs;   McGowan,   Coldi-
Reid,  Hayes,  Hill, foi wards;   S.
I,.on refereed.
The fan nas formally opened by W.
Manson, M.L.A. for Dewdney,   who
he i xcelleoce ol the dls-
U in a ti w  selected sentences.
.       ng Is a list of the pris ��� wln-
Almosi ii   ������'.' landing  matters
in .'..111) ctioii   villi    Ik   i xhi'.iiinn were
settled ai   ''ny of i ie board of
, control  las.   i ������ ning  al   the  grounds,
11.
. ri.l s-
hav.
firm
___________________________________________________________________ criit.     'li--
,a   carbines and  machine    gum
already been purchased trom   a  chair.
i��� sew Vork.   The arms are to I Brymner. tre
T   .1    Trapp,    In   ibe
,      were   present   G.   p.
:    ..   i,   A.  Lewis,  W.
Le shipped to Boston  and  held there  R   ,..,,.
.    i,, ;��� i.:ii   ��� i :<niii
c.
A.  Welsh,    and  W.  H
nnti
the departure
A British tramp
Ke ii.. wanagi
stramw* bas been secured. It Is claim-,      ^   prInc|pal  business was to com,
ei, as a transport for the troopsi and arrangements  for   the opening
|.am8 to  South  America.     A   n.-i    ^ ceremony on Tuesday, and the unveUj
schooner is to take the men and arms ^    ^   ^^ ^^  mimnmeni
out of Boston Harbor to the    three- ednegday      Hon,   Rlchard   Mc
mlle  limit,  where  the  tramp  steamer.
will  be met.    A former  major in .he
United   States   army,   who    lives    in
__     ,i     .   a   .   im�� been secured to
Providence, K. t., nas oecu
take the command, and the date   of
departure is set for Oct. 21.
Political Intelligence
bas
und
nan
^^^^^   Sports.
I...  ,.,  la   Mi:   race,  open,
i Pol ���.in. l.  H.  Wallace. 2.
, Is   boys*;   16   nivl   under
Bit Millard, i;   Douglas Rowland, Z,
.  ;i- 16 and under-   Ma)
eichi    i. i.iiy Myllmackle, 2.
pa, men's  race   Ueorge    Alderson,
li Wall ��� r, 2.
| | ladles   race-  Mrs. Rowland,
Mrs   Pi  I ird,  2.
| .   ....     i !.��� -'   . ice    Miss
I vn     Lo igheed, 2.
,, ...      race   Geo.
I;  Mi   Myllmackle,  2.
[Bl.    .     ���..    .1    Hannam,
.  >lars hall, -
Clifford  Sifton  Popular.
Brandon,    Sept,   24.���Brandon
been :he scene of many  personal
political  triumphs  for  the  Hon.  Clifford   Sifton   during   his   twenty   years
of public life, but never, not even on
that  memorable occasion  eight years
ago when he humbled    Sir    Hlbbert
Tupper, the gladiator of the Conservative organization, and  a;  the same
time crushed the ascendancy of Tup- i
perlsra in ihe political affairs of Canada, was a  demonstration of loyaltj :
Bride will be me; at the B. C, B, R.
car depot by President Trapp and
Manager Keary on Tuesday, and driven to the ground.-, where tne opening I
ceremony will be al once proceeded1
wiih. The function will be brief, and
Mr. McBride will declare the exhibl-
��� 11ion   open.      Utter  the   premier   will
[face-off the ball at the lacrosse game.
_ Unveiling   of   Monument.
On   Wednesday   the   greatest   ope
' .ir function of ye
pole, C, P, K exi cutlvi ageut; It
Spi iri <... . ���: ��� ral manger li. C. E, H.;
V. it. Clover, assisiani general manager li. C. 1-.. R.; F. H. W. Hope, D.
R. Ke , Hon i. S ll lmclten, Camp-
bell s..., ne;. and oi h r Van mver
men  an   expei ti t]
E. S. Clouston, general manager of
'ih.; Hon-: oi Montreal.who lias made a
j large donation to the pageant luu-.l,
I will  be another visitor.
Several ot the C, P. R. directors
I have  accepted   the    invitation,    and
among those assured are R. B. Angus |
I and     Senator     Forget,   now   on   the
coast.
All  the old timers of the province
have   been   specially   invited.    W.   .1.
Aims.rong, president of the early city
council- of Westminster, and  an ex-
provincial mini.,ter,and other pioneers
are once more to be seen as guests of
the city.
i Entries Larger Than  Ever.
As already staled, .ntries are larger
Lin all lines than formerly.    The only-
fill
A  . nw     ng of ihe memo,
of the Westminster Football club wa;
held   last   , /ening al   Murchie's   .
bus. in ent, !-.. H.  McMillan. In
the chair.    There uas a good attend-
an< ���     and   sati: fai tory
wi re made for the continuance of ihe
practices foi tin  openingof the 1'ague
season on Oct, 17.   Tie- return match j t]]e
VISITED BY PARTY
Directors of Fraser River
Mills Look Over Holdings
on Vancouver Island.
Th. larty of visitors from the Middle States, and Manitoba, who came
to   Inspeci   the   timber   limits of  the
���    .   tFraser   River   Sawmills   company    at
ai rang.-in.-nts
' Comax  and oilier northern centres of
Vancouver    Island,   completed    their
journey on Wednesday night, and lefl
iteanier at Anacor.es for Seattle
The  guests  who accompanied   Aid,
_^^_______   E.  .1.   I'ail-i   in  h!s  fin.    -team.-r,    the
decided to thank the city council for J Newlngton,    Included   Edward   Swlfi
"'and  M:v Swift, of Chicago;   Mr, and
Mrs, l*;. Tilden, Chicago; Benator P<
\ uisuudbiuu i-,a_,, H  .��,. ,)ans,-n, of Nebraska; Col,  A. U
tic's  gam-  during exhibition,  but   noUv ^^^
referee was agreed on.   The very best I ��.   ,
eleven   available will   be   put   on   the
with  Coquitlam  for Thursday's  game
will take place on October 10.   Ii was
.brideil to thank ihe ^..���  	
the use of free water .and light ai th.
n- w dressing room, Moody square.
A discussion look place on the Cel-
__.     ______________________________________________
*-*   , 7! disappointment is in connection with
���trs will be the umkF. , .        ..     ,  . ��� ���
The poultrv, where the tanciers have
���   -     -       --laiVaUinn
veiling   of   ihe   Simon   Eraser   monuv|
tne   uvuu,.,.   ...    .
I not entered many birds for exhibition.
-*-��-    ��:-a.a    lact
menl at
McBride
and  the
I There wa.  no show   in   this line  last
��� year, but breeders desired it to be re
introduced, and ibis  was done.    The
.time of  year,  However,  is  bad for a
Intisfac;,,.-.   exhibition  of poultry,  as
.The birds are moulting at this time.
Schools  Close.
Tbe     Vancouver     School      board
through C. NV- Murray)  reports that
Alber. Crescent. Premier
and Ui*. Voting are expected
carriages of visitors will be
folowed by the Provincial exhibition
band. On arrival at ihe Crescent
Mayor Keary will Invite the premie*
t0 unveil the monument. Following
M,    Mcerlde   will  be  Judge  Howayj
the leading authority <-'" ^'as'^ ^, (llll.UUb��� -
m0U8 voyage, and then will^e ^e��J tae   schools   in   Vancouver     ,ill     be
duced by the Judge Geo
Ml a.    vra-a    ��     ��  i uiiini     ���-'.���      	
to bis leadership and appreciation of,     weU  Km)WU
h,s statesmanship more marked than Washinglon side, and two other
... _ la... .,___ll* i .' .1... \l\li!flt"V
 ^H^M . ,v , i Victoria, and   m-   sl1"*-
llng investigators of the history of t��j^  ^   ^  bj   Ul
s"let,e;1 ' North Pacific coast.   Th
him as candidate for the Commons,    r     snbseauently   privately   enterta
1, was a demonstration ol which anj
at the Liberal meeting Tuesday nighi
whicb  for the  fourth  time
subsequently
ed.   All the members of the cit
Collll-
iubllc   man   should
I  I  ,.,| -\11   lilt'    Uiaaaa    -
be  Justly   P��w��y    *  lhe public bodies of the city, ana
besnoke the fac  .erallv. .ue invited  to al
and one that plainly bespoke the faci   Mwa generally
that Mr. Sifton is invlnclbl   '** """" -
N.
on,    Man
Mar.l enter thi
; speech
in Brand-
hundreds  were  unabl ���  to
,.  auditorium    to    bear    his
lM   ,iiis   be   told  the  .lectors
Aide.-
I.   Mat-
,. in    It   Wallace
1;   M.
Garden    Produce.
.,     Karl)   Rosi    W.     David,
. ���     ���
Potai ���     ...:   j  Market- D.Welcher,
Walla.
Late Hose    I
Inipsou.
the paramount issue t>. Western Canada was the building of the Hudson
Hay railway, n was the government's
attitude In ibis Important question
which Induced him t<. take pan in the
election.
The governni. nt was entitled to reelection because ..:' its record towards
the  farmer  and  laboring  num.
Wii.-^h., M
K.uh
:."   I.   \Vetcher.
Poiu ��� ���      I i ge
Pmlth.
Poiatu       ii   i
^   David.
Turn!   .   labli
���lav-thorn,
Puritan��� R-
\\
11
it.
Cai rol     i tbli     It
Wai-
David,   .lohn
It.   Wallace.
Wallace,   R.   W
Wallace,   NV.   I>"
.   ,. ���    ... .iii nossible
>-���'-- ,lK"  U  I'    s   l gu s. of a
he wui be present,  is th.  gu
 , I'ore.nos.  cii/.en. me8sage
  Lord  Strathcona   *ends  ..  m
��� ii,   will  be  rea*1 ;lt
Saskatoon   Labor  Vote. of   regret,   which  frtll
Saskatoon,    Sas.,,    Sept.    24.- The, ,,���v;* ^ J^ ,���  members
labor men of the city talk of coming     AUfljJJrt^     nit,mbl>1.
oul  wlUl a candidate  at  the coming 0f  V.M*
elections.    So  tar,  their organl^   Ieglalatlve assen,   .
I8 80meVhai nebulous.    Nevertheless,
;.������,  WOuld  s-em   to  be a  very dis-
|Uncl possibllltj  that the Labor Party
Liu constitute u factor in the coming
��� struggle.
\   ll..\ si., G
Mould.
I'abl. ���. ��� ,
III.,II
....
|.M:iis
���
Urn   ���
pn. .
Caul   nw.
Onions,
iDavid.
Oiiioi
Dulon ���
I Mais
Onions,
iDuviii.
Lemieux   Nominated.
,   ������,..    24���The  tollowlnt
Montreal,  Sept.  -'���    ��'
���ii.   .Hum"' .������. ,.     duebt'C   West
 ,    R.   w.',.,w.!i,o-i-.:-''',^ ,
,\i   power,  i'i'" '���" ���
ThOB   r.'  Rodolph   I-emleux,   Liberal;     L��
rh��8-  binlere. ll  P.  Pelletier. Conservatlv.
.   Hines, | .�������*     	
;ieologi.-t from the j <���loteu ou Friday, subject io the cun-
l,.;id-1 s��*iai ol  the department of education,
. ^^^^^^^__l��,.,   uri'..nseiii.'U;
visitors will   has   been   made   by   tue   Westnv.nstev
school board, with iwo additional bait
holidays during the week.    Much has
...ready      '.. en     doiu   lo   advance   the
inugiT.ru toi Children's Day.
Many    Letdils   Completed.
Arraugementsi  were   made  at   ibe
meeting with reference to .le- band.
The   Provincial   ICxhil ition  band   ha
be ii engaged  for each day, the Ver.
inni   band   [or   Tb.lis.lay   and   Friday,
.ml the  Hoy.'  Brigade band tor Fri-
,.a...   The Mission bund sem an applL
.... ,��� .      tailon, which eame too late,    au '.bu
Templeman, . tficialt. ror the exhibition  w
sen.     Arrangements   h
I ieted   *>��� ith   regui .1   to
ev. rj   di pai tment,
Appllcutloil   has   been   in.de   for     a
cinematograph   display   in   the   ludus
tii.'.l   building,   but   ii   may    interfere
with   the   historical   exhibits,    whicb
will   be arranged   by   the   Provincial
itrchaevist,   It.   13,   Uosnell,   Provincial
Librarian, lv l>. S. Schoefield, and Dr.
Ni weomhe  unlay,  and   the  manager,
to whom the matter was lefl  by the
board,  will consult   them before giving   a   decision.     Several   very   intei-
I estlng    pictures    have    been    received.
, i.aimed   in   Kngland   over   150    years
ngo.
*-ie.'-U      taaaa. ......
fb Id on Tuesday to defend the soci
ety's trophy, and it being the first
chance to show exhtbitlofi work on
surh an occasion, every opportunity
will be taken io sive a good exhibition.
A  large  number of  small accounts
was passed for payment, and it was
i decided to pay the registration fee to
the   Vancouver   and  District   league,
also to pay the i xpense of delegates
to  the   meetings  in   Vancouver. Sam
Davis was elected as manager,  oeing
unquestionably the best  qualified  for
the position, and also ,as delegate to
the league, with the secretary, G. H.
Steffetis. as alternate.   Mr. Davis w.as
subsequently elected a member of the
executive.
F. Bridge made a special appeal to
the members to come up tomorrow
afternoon to Moody square, and help
r.o complete the erection of the new
dressing room. The announcement
was made lhat Frank Locke has signed a form for the club, and will play
occasionally.
CAMEL IS EMBLEM OT
PARTY
tend the commemoration of the dis-
coverer of her waterway, the [unction
being limed for ll  a   m.    Lieut.-Gov-
ernor   Dunsmuir  wlll   uot   be  at   the
lopening, but has communicate;! to the
manager thai  he will  visit  the exlii
' i,iti.ui during Un- co.use of the ween
Some   of the   Guests.
Hon. William Templeman, who ha
been    Unit, d    With    Ml       ~
Ship Of The Desert Adopted
By Opponents Of Strong
Drink For Good Reasons.
��� .,.   clio-
ue   been   com
the  judges  in
Jf the.
have been invited; several members of the late
Federal housi. and many of the interior provincial members hav,. accept-
ed Man. ��.l the latter ar ��� directors
ol the exhibition.
John Hendry, the well known lumber   and   railway    maii,     and   an   ex
will be present, and RR. Mai
CHICAGO, Wednesday, Sept. 24���
Tiie Pixihibitlon camel has .een entered in the national race against the
Republican elepnant and the Democratic donkey. In a number Of states
the law requires that each party have
an official emblem printed on the ballot, thai   no voter may mistake   his
ticket.
Alonzo E. wilsou, state chairman ot:
the Prohibition party, announced io- j
day that the Pronlbltlonlsts have decided to adopl the camel as their
mascot, replacing the emblem of the
fountain and rising sun, which formerly indicated the prohibition column.
!     Among  the reasons    advanced    by
 idson.   of   Duluth;   Mr.   and     Mrs.
T. S. Darling, of Winnipeg; and A.
D. McRae, of Winnipeg. All the male
members of the party are well known
capitalists, with large financial Interests.
The Excursion.
The steamer left New Westminster
on Saturday, and arrived at Comax at
daybreak on Sunday.    At Comax the
party   left   the   steamer,   which   proceeded  to  Campbell   river, while the
party drove through some of the limits of the company there.    At Campbell river fishing was indulged in, the
salmon  running well.    All ihe ladies
of ihe party were more or less successful,  and  Senator  Janse.n,  who is
a good  angler, proved  a  capable disciple   of   Isaac   Walton.      Mr.  Fader
himself caught twelve   The party then
rejoined the Newlngton, and proceeded to Valdez and Read islands, where
the company has lumber    camps   located.    Also a  visit   was  paid  to   the
iirge nanows.   Running   down   the
Gulf of Georgia in the   stiff   breeze
Mowing on Tuesday the steamer made
\ ictori;'.. where about four hours was
spent ..�� Wednesday looking over the
l-arl.'iment building and an    automobile drive round the city.
i i,st evening the Newlngton took
ihe party to Aaacortes to catch the
Si r.'-e  trains, the steamer r turning
to V  nconver.
Presentations.
Alt   Fader received    a    handsome
solid gold anchor link and chain, from
hla guests, in token of ihe hOSpUalitJ
extended the party, and the crew were
called together and a purse of $55 distributed before the    parly    went    on
shore.   All expressed themselves particularly well satisfied with the steamer,  and  were  very   please 1    with    the
trip.     No  attempt   was  made    to    ev
amine   anj   holdings   save  those   already secured, bnt the directors of th
|company expressed   themselves   very
well satisfied with the result of   ibe
excursion.
Fade.'s  Logfling Camps.
The   Newlngton   took  from   Vancouver yesterday two logging engines, six
; miles ol rails und materials for a log-
ging  railroad which  will  be built  by
! Fader,    Garland     &    Cameron     from
NlmpkiBh bike to tide water to help
the company   to  take  several million
feet of lumber from Nlmpkish lake. A
* '���.<.  to
v. no i    \V    David.
AGMCUITURM. MEETINGS
DURING EXHIBITION WEEK
RUMORED RETIREMENT OF
LORD STRATHCONA DENIED
.���.���,,_    a_l��au-e_    ��>���,,,������< l.i��ii��r ���'--*       ,.,������,...  W
:;: an .Usee;.. , -sh supply    of
1   ,���.   ,,.,,,���.,.   than   any   other quad-
S3; that' it can travel faster than|
Caps  on the Way
,    . .). The    i a;.��tais
OTTAWA, Sept. 24��� 1"' '
rimed*   Tiuii   m   ���-,"*     ,    .   1 .    .     ...I,, tn   th*'   COiiM   j
I,;.,,,,,,,, or donkey and that H ts   K,���   on  -  - trip to     I     ^^
u..de,.  B8.tyot getting a hump | terday    Ham
,m ������.,,-. neing already supplied with
i Inn arttch
n d  -W
Sprouts-
David.
It   F.  Butt,
.lohn Smith.
;.' How���-James
Man
John
VV.
red
an.
I.iiii.s Mars,
oilier    villi'i>
kllng   it.  Wallac.
Editor  Is  Nominated.
i     Sim.     On..,    Sep..    ^.-Norfol^
count)   Liberals  today nominated H.
! B    Donley, editor of the Simcoe  It.
!,..._....,,.  for ���u. Commons.
b" I       It,   Wallace
I1
US,  ij
���V. Davit!
Ik
|  M.I
Beam
Butt.
Bean
Bean
en in pod
ns in |i.,.l   11.
TVlOS.  Mars   sr
Thos, Mars sr.
.lames ���    _
Nomination  for  Power.
xv. I    o���. bee    Sept. 24.-Willlam   Powe
| was nominated  yesterday by Qui
West Liberals.
. ��� eon '    MONTREAL,   Sept.   24-A     special
.     ���., .,,, special meetings in ."" , ..,,..,,,,.
vnioi.'- tni    i aoclety's LoudiJn cable says tnai
nectlon with '"" u- A   S -    Lona la siill resting al Glencoe.    H'*-
exhlbltion  next   week are ^         ^  _tu, a(,(,ul,,u m his
lng  ,���-  represent.. ��            |a                            ^ partnBnem 8,
; province, toi  '���� '
the
condition and
iroail
McLean.   VV.   Da-
John   Smith,    ll. F
|     Predict Sweeping  Liberal Victory
i    S,   .lobu. N. Bi. Sep.. 24.-Alberi
Is. copp.-"��� Dlgby. Predlcta,ht;a*hol
Wilfrid  I#urler will cany the
in   Nova   Scotia     "
������ ���;���������,'���,���.......I.. ���"..��.��"�����""""
,   hoard   of   trade   room.
time, '��''IIU iiagoctetlon,
,    .,     c    Fruitgrowers    nsso.
5 ,-...��'* r:-- ;zi;y
vnmiai meeting R. A. *.
Citj  hall, al 8 i-.n... Friday.
,l
Sir I |.i
l��le    lohn  Smith,  W.David, j ^^^..^L "in    New    Brunswl.
fed and thai he may soon be cxpec-
���,, l0 be a.s well as ever. The statements cabled ui Canada las. week
toresUftdowlnl Irs early leiireme...
have no more foundation .ban sum-
Inr .arii.-r statemenw.
ALLEGED ASSAULT AT
DELTA HOTEL. LADNER
.lohn  Connors  came  up   before   His
i Honor Judge Howay    yesterday,   and
elected to take speedy trial In the ag
1..1.1    ...rulnsl
Death of George Whiteside.
After sutT.'iilig for several -yeais
from pleurisy, Qeorge Whiteside, of
Fourteenth Btreet, died at his resi-
d. nee y. sterday .���it'iernoon. Deceased
bad for some months past been Provincial fisheries guardian, working on
the Fraser river ln conipany with I
Overseer  Sam   North.     The   late  Mr. i
An Warwick, of Toronto, and Donald
Cameron and Frank Cummings, ot
Cornwall, went along with the Senators. Gorman, Starrs and Powers did
not accompany the team. As a result of the acquisition of the Toronto
Montreal and Cornwall men the team
will he one of the fastest ever sent
Wesj.
^^^^^ Nelson Fair.
SKLSON.  Sep..   2t-:n.e-.;.-
Overseer  Sam   North.    The late  Mi*       N*!^~�� ....,,,,���,..,   Kllir
Whiteside,  who  leaves  a   widow   andjnual   Agrlcul m* ^  ^  w
. .. ���<.,}   ii    ir r . i wii-ai   ttiH'UvMi   n�� ii   . .  ���
two small children, a >">' and a girl,
was a resident ot Westminster previous to 1892, when he removed to
N,aisim .and later lo Kaslo, having
baen appointed water commissioner at
,!,.��� i.h.ee, a position which he occu-
pled until 11.07, when he resigned be-
(..���ISe of Ill-health,    He then  took  a
Agnci.iu..a.. ..
was opened here yesterday by Mr. W.
S. Taylor, K.C. Among a thousand
prize winners was Lord Grey, with a
fruit exhibit off his ranch on Kootenay laiike. A marked feature of the
Fair was the display of fruit grown
at altitudes of three thousand feet
and upwards above sea level.
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it.  Wallace, l.Wel-
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land have a* large n  majority
larger    ��    the    new    Ho s.
Frederick     Borden   also   preoi
; sw.-piiig victory thecountn ov
Nominated   for   Commons.
:   Montreal, Sept.24   ��� nation-^
terday   were:   Norfolk, H. ��
Liberal;   Port   Ne��f,  W��Aie  ,''
1 Conservative.
. rc'-^-r::. !-��~��r-r.r��ir;;::::^  t
Toronto, sept, ,w       ,)V  A|(,x:i���der    McKensie,        i�� . ....
Weston is In the banda ol th<  ���
.
v -m ot execu'tion was issued against
;';;.:. Kuuily  Kire ,,.;.-;;-
pain ." ratify a JndfinjJ ��   inM'r
JU8ttce     MacMahon.    The    Ja_JJ-
wag tor money advanced by the
8ur8nce cnipany to the village.
Sept. IH the oar.ies were ln th��� Delta
hotel,  La.In.--.  when prisoner is   '* -
|(���..���I   io   have   kicked   McKenzie   *0OUl
������,    b6Uv,     A.    whealler   defended
prison.-,-, who pleaded not guilty.   He
elected to lake Bp< >' trial, which was
fixed for Oct, 5,
B c, W|���.n be decided to settle In ���
Westminster. Having been tor many\*
.ears a member ot the A. F. A A. �������� ���
��� ,g nl()H| probable thai the funeral ���
arrangements will be looked after by|4
that body, ai.bong:, definite arrange-
ments arc noi yel made.
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HUS liOOD EXHIBITION
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TO RENT���A furnished room, with
or without breakfast. Apply "W,"
p.  0.   Box :;i>.
1     Six  Flowering   Plants���D.   McLean. i.::;*-;;*-.;-*.:**;;""*:*.:^
Thos.  Mars |  ^[^  ->   LOSt   <-   FOWld   |
Display   Cm   Flower.-���Alice  Booth. ��
CollecUon Cut Dahlias-Alice Booth,  |  fflf ^|g .;. |0 KCfll V HC.
  11.  MicLean.
Collection     Cut     Pansies���F.    Butt,
tContinued from  Page One.) Ance Booth.
 ���-���������- Collection  Cut   Asters���Alice   liooib,
Pumpkins,   table-  ic   Wallace,   T.I*.  x. 11.  Leavelle.
Routley, Collection    Sweel     Peas ��� Hart-y _  ______	
Vegetable Marrow���-R.   Wallace,   H.  Booth, Alice   Booth. WANTED���A    fourth-class    engineer
F.   Butt. Collection  Pressed   Flowers������ Mrd.      t-OI.   uigiu   shin       Apply   Davis   &
Tomatoes,   ripe���-Jas.   Mars.     Thos. i Butt,   1  and   2. rfiui.   Box   148,   City.
Hars. Cut  Flowers arranged by   child  uu-' _____.__-������._____.._
Tomatoes,  green���Thos.   Mars,  Jas. Uer  15���Olga  Smith.  Wilfred   Booth.  | FOR   SALE ��� One   gentle    driving
Mars Ladies'   Work. horse;   will   trot  "tie   mile   iu  :i:_0;
Cucumbers���R.  Wallace. Tho-.  Cor-;     Collection   Fancy   Work���Mrs. Butt,      cheap.      Address    "A.    T.,"    .News
bett. Mrs. Milne. j    office.
Citrous���R.   Wallace,   K.   A.   Atkins.      Button Holes��� Mi.-.s B. Hoy, Miss L.
Salsify���R. Wallace, -lohn Smith.     Hoy.
Scotch Kale���it. Booth, John Smith.      Knitted Socks���Mrs. Hoy,  Mrs. Jen-
Beets,   round���U.   McLean.   George | Sen.  	
Knitted     Stockings���Mrs.     Atkins,   ROOM   TO   RKNT���Suitable  for  one
ial
FOR SALE���One six weeks lrcoli
three year old cow. Address "A. T.,"
.New Office.
Mouldoy,
Beets, long���A Hoy sr., J. A. Met-1 Miss Jensen.
calf, Ladies' Cotton   i'naerclothing���Mrs.
Lettuce���T.   11.  Leavell,   W.   David.   | Butt,   Miss   B.   Hoy.
Uadisln-s���Thos.   Mars.   W.   David.
Rhubarb���A.  Hoy   sr.,  H.  B   Baker
Field   Produce.
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Wheat, spring���D.  Mcl_ean
Das.  white���A   Swenceski.
wheat in sheaf���D. McLean.
Barlej   In sheaf���A. Hoy sr.
Oats In sheaf���D.McLean.  K.Wright
Best  exhibit of grain���A.  Hoy sr.
Ensilage corn���D, McLean, R. Wallace.
Mangold   Wurtzel,   Globe���I).     McLean, John Smith.
Mangold Wurtzel, long���John Smith
Rusaell Qullty.
Turnip.     Swede���A.   Hoy     sr..     R.
Booth.
Turnip, largest���R. F. Butt. R.Booth
Carrots,   long   white���John    Smith,
R. Booth.
Carrots, orange���A.  Hoy sr.
Sugar beets���John Smith.  A.  Swen-
ceski.
Pumpkins���R. Wallace, 1 -and 2.
Squash���R. Wallace, 1 and 2.
Kohl     Rabbi���R.     Wallace,     John
Smith.
Sunflowers���R.  Booth,  R. Wallace.
Hops���John Smith,
Collection  Grasses���R.Wallace, Mrs.
Atkins.
Dairy Produce.
Butter, dairy' in prints���Mrs.  Moul-
dey, Mrs.  D. McLean.
Butter,  crock���a\.  Swenceski,  S. B.
Cleave.
Butter,   fancy   design���A.   Hoy   sr.,
R.   F.  Butt.
Dressed  Chickens���John Smith,   M.
H. Dunkey.
Hens'  eggs heaviest   12���A.   Swenceski, Clara Booth.
Motil
or two gentlemen. Apply southeast corner Fifth street and Fourth
avenue, or P. 0.  Box 311.
Pin Cushion���Miss B.  Hoy. Miss L.
Hoy. ' FOR   SALE���House,   stable   and   two
Sofa Cusatiion���Mr.-. But;. Mrs. Mer-j     lots,   cleared   and   fenced,     Second
cer, struct  aud   Tenth  avenue;     price
Centre   Piece���Lilian   Greer,    Mrs I    reasonable, and terms easy.    Also,
Butt. '    two  lots  adjoining,  nearly  cleared.
Child's   Dress���Mi's.   Butt,   Miss   B.      Apply to George Sharp, on the pre-
Hoy. mises.
Collection   Darning���Mrs,   Lannln
Mrs. Butt,
Novelty���Mrs, Butt, Miss Mlddleton.l
Quilt Cotton Patchwork-Mrs.  Blue.
Crochet   Lace���Mrs.  Butt.   Mrs. At-  	
kins. WANTED���Ladylike young person for
Bead Work���Mrs. Atkins. Mrs. But;.'     .iglu housekeeping.    Student at col-
Drawn  Thread   Work���Mrs.     Buu,      lege  in return  for board  would  be
j Miss Lilian Greer. |    acceptable.    P. O. Box 667. City.
Pillow Sham���Miss Nora Sullivan,  j ��� ������ ��� ��� ���
_,_-,,    ,,,..    u-i,���.���  ,������,.    FOR    SALE ���Motor    launch;     well-
Best Dressed Doll���Miss Hoi a tot- >
,.    . found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
bett, Grace   Veale.
. .      ,������      ie     ,    ,.,..,. u-,.i     sengers.    Apply to Motor , J3ox   M.,
Writing (12 to lb years I���May  Wel- <= .    .     .
,       ���.,,    . New Westminster.
cher,   Anita   Millard. |	
(under 12 years)��� H. Greer
WANTED���Japanese dov attending
school wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. 0. Box 545, City.
rovincia
Exhibition
Writing
Emma .Millard.
Wool Tidy���Mrs. Butt.
Special Prizes.
Best Groomed Horse���R.   W. Hawthorn, A. Hoy jr.
Best Dressed Fowl���M. H. Dunkey.
Collection  Vegetables���R.   Wallace,
John Smith.
I_ady   Rider���.Miss   Marion   Butt.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must ile moderate; near
bridge preferred. Apply Post Office
Box 732.
WANTED���Smart man of good address to attend Publicity association booth at Provincial fair, and
give refjablc information to enquirers. .Apply by letter only to
Box 90.  city.
Single Drivei**���-Jos. Cameron, R. W.
Hawthorn. VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT
Perforated Card Work���Mrs. Butt. AGENCY���Under new management.
Drawing Crayon-Mrs.Butt, 1 and 2. j 26g qoi^m, street_ Phone 366, P.O
Oil  Painting-Mrs.  Butt.  Miss  Mid-      boj S07     Can suppiy ym with al,
dleton.
Bunch   Wild   Flowers���Anita     Mil
lard. W.  Mounce.
Best   ten  pounds   butter,   io  go   to
donor of prize���A. Swenceski,
Best crock butter to go to donor o(
prize���S. B. Cleave,
Pffli5yfp^''?      HomeMade Bread-Mrs'(i
mMMw$\yw\��ti: rtey* Mrs' R w- Ha^h,-**-u- >" ���"*-����� - "-"~"-
��� -^ m^a\*'-,'Vi\i m Home  Made Bread (girl under   16)      Best fat pig���Mrs. Routley.
'^i^.'''!^'^* -'/''ri? 'i'i' ���Anita Millard, Lucy Smith. Best dairy cow���A. Swenceski.
\'^^-.;|'^W';C'W-';U'; ,,( Honey���Percy Baki-r. Maggie Baker.      Best  display   poultry���W.     Walke
C'-'^^-'��K. ,;;.���:,'       ��� Collection   Preserves���Thos.   Greer,  A,  Hoy sr.
^t���B&FWfrtl "f ,i00th-
.'iV-Tv'i *.-'������'-    ' Uol'etstkm   Jellies-Mrs
���''Jit'''*.H9_*i-     lil'l'   *:I! Collection   Bottled   Fru
fff|liriV^V'^?i -3 v'^T *      :��������� M-Simpson.
Best packed box apples���F. W. Col
I
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west. Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and  TRANSLATORS
Male and Female Help  Promptly
Furnished.
Under  trie   Auspices   or"   the R. A. & I. Society.  Queen's P
New  Westminster. B.C.
September 29tk to October 3rd,
Both  Days   Inclusive
$30,000 in Prizes
and  Attractions
Western Canada s   Greatest  Annual
SK
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ow I
Lacrosse Matches, Baseball Matches, Football Matches.
Scottish Sports, Children's Day Sports.
Sweetest Music, Stock Parade.
Five Days' Enjoyment and Instruction.
Historical Exhibit Commemorating Discovery of the Greatest
River in Canada by Simon Fraser.
Unveiling of Monument Erected to Great Discoverer's Memory.
GOD SAVE THE KING.
For Information apply to
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretarv,
T. J. TRAPP, Pres. P.O.Bo.x 59, New Westminster
* fl3i\'-4 ��� r'.'"i.,<��'='i>"r*'V
JZ' I lln368' Pa��ked ^ *"*"-*' W- Co] 'COLUMBIA   and   McNEELEY STS.   J|
^est photo of farm buildlngs-Per-        NKW  WE8l*M'NSTER,   B.  C.
cy Baker.                                                   j Phon��  431.                       P. O. Box 885
Poultry. j '"' 	
s���Mrs.   Bixith
It���Miss   L
, M. Simpson.
Fruit.
.\ppl38,   Baldwin���A.  Swenceski,   F.
'������. Collin.
A pies,   Wealthy���M.   Simpson,    F.     Barred Rocks���Geo. Alderson, Har-
-,,.   Collin. jr-v Mounce.
Apples, Gravenstein���T, H. Leavell,     Buff Rocks���Wm, Walker, l and 2.
A   Swenceski. White Rocks-Wm. Walker, 1 and 2.1 SyiYOpSlS   Of    Canadian    Homestead
Apples, Blenheim Orange���J. de C.      I3*   Leghorn���"W m.   Walker.     F.   W. I Bomilatlnnc
Wetherell.  E, O.  Pollard. ' Collin. KegUiailOllS.
Apples,   Duchess  Oldenburg���J.   de!    Minorcas���Wm. Walker. I and 2.    !    An>' available Dominions lands wlU-
C   Wetherell,  Basil   Irvine. Pekin Ducks���M. H   Dunkey,    Wm. jin the railw.ay belt in British Colum-
Uk;'*,y Apples,   King  Tompklms���Jas.   Fox, Walker- ; bla, may be homesteaded by any person
l-;fi;   !'**     J. A  .Metcalf. Rouen Ducks���E. A. AtK.t��s, 1 and 2.! *ho is tne aole head of a family, or
Apples. Ben Davis���T. H.  Leverell,     Geese���Wm. Walker. A   Hoy sr.    j ����y male over 18 years of age, to the
Mj*.-:.  Peuerson. J    Turkeys���S. B. Cleave. ; extent of one-quarter section Ot 160
Apples, Maiden's Blush���H.  B.  Ba-[ Swi"e- j acres, more or less.
ker. Berkshire   Sow���T.   .1.   Rouiley,    l|    Kttry must be made personally at
Apples, Northern Spy���A   Swences-1 anJ -��� jtDe toc*i >��nd office for the district In
ki, .lames Fox. Chester   White Sow���D,   McLean'-    I which the land la situate.    Entry by
Apples, Wolf River���.1. de C Weth- Horses. ; proxy may, however, be madte on oer-
i-rci.ll. |    Stallion���R.  W.  Hawthorn. ! tain conditions by the father, not Her,
^ i-.'^**1.1-       Apples,   Russet���A    Hoj     sr.,    R.;    General  Purpose  Mare���T.  H.   Wn��� [���on-. daughter, brother or sister of an
������M'���<' '���''" '���>'      ,]rK)th- |V6Ue" | lending homesteader.
Apples, Seedling���Jas. Fox, M.Simp-     Draft T*-'am  doggers)���A.  Hoy jr.,     1t*9 homesteader ig required to per-
R.   W.  Hawthorn. | form the conditions connected  there-
es,  Crab, collection���A.  Swen-     Draft Team tfarmers)���A. Swences- Wlttt   under   one   ofthe    following
; ki, T,  H.  Lav.-!!.- 'plans:
General  Purpose Team-Thos. Cor.     (1)   A{ least six monies' residence
bett, li.  McLean
| VEIL PINS and
BEAUTY PINS |
AT
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN Th�� ,"'"l��r j
: Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Sole Agents for        'I-Ue  Ij��nS'n,'*i   Watch   Movement.
t -��   an-vl   Hamilton Watch Movement.
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y-u. t ���    .i
J&fllM ^*:.-. App
fflyf-<!,^'^'5a* *'���������'''���������'"    ""''������-��� M- simi,ion-
B''S*'w''^S   Ai,;i!*'s'best co11'
v&\* �����*.n^ 4���' *^?'��� rL JL     ' '*  '   ']-,'~   l''ox'
"HWlilKr,**'$���*'���*   '."'" *PP������. best pa
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JU>_
fl^4*H'��>*'''l"1" I'!-iu..-     >-il-'*'.   -.lohn
\'**SS-rr"-3' - ' '"ersori
.'iSj'''.;^*' ?is Plums, red���Jas,
:*-4_i ,'l|,'"l:.:: Mums,    blue���J
1 lection���A.   K   M'
.upon an* cultivation of the land    In
'.;-. -��� ���   best packed box���A. Swen-j    Hest  ('olt'  1908���T,   H,   Leavelle,   ljeach year for three years.
'an<1  " j     (2)    If the father (or mother, if the
O.     Mel, au.     M Cattle. father ia deceased),    of   the    home-
mpeon. Shorthorn   Cow���E,   A.   Atkins,     l \ steader resides upon a farm ln    the
Peara,  Keefer���M   81mpson *""1 -- 'vicinity of the land entered for, the
Pear--,  Cap;..   Favorite���M.   Simp-      Ayrshire    Cow���Thos,    Corbett,    11 requirements as to residence may be
���on, J. de C. Wetherell. ���'���'!'1  - [satisfied by such person residing with
Pears. Idaho���Jas. Fox, R   Booth. Jersey  Cow���M,  Simpson. j the father or mother.
I'.-ars. collection���J. de C. Wetherell     Jersey  Bull���D.  McLean. (3)   K the settler has bis perman-
Helfer Calf, anj  breed���J   R. Veale, ent residence upon farming land own-
;���> fiums        now���joan   Smith,     Mr..   ,l   F Butt. j ed by him ln the vicinity of his borne.
4"(,;.*5*   . I-etter^on Be,,f animal���S,  li. Cleave, Thomas ���te*(,i the requirements   a3    to resi-
Idence may be satisfied by   residence
  upon the said landi
^MfH$*,:';*���*'-������ ���*-���'���' L0VE MAK-S LEFT SIDE I    s<x Months'notioe in writing ehouiu
*5fiii-'T'Hi-*''ik!     Pruiif-!1.  I'a'.i-in--.I.   le C    Wetherell,, OF   BODY   HYPERSENSITIVE   be glV6n *" tDe Comm'S3'0"er ot Dom
;Jlff_i'!*^''R It''""h-
'ilii-'ll*'"      I'i in>--. any ir:<"y -J. d.' C   W'eth-
JS r.iVj i.,
I'B.ii   '      Orapes���John   Mcl-anghlau,     James
All Iron Wringer*
Fox. Qullty,
a-.    Fox.     Russell
Paris,  sept.  M.-Dr.  Bertillon,  di-i apply for patent.
Inlon Lands at Ottawa of Intention
With guarantee rollers mad<> of the' highest grade _%* rublior
We have the wood frames with enclosed' eofr*. In waHhlrtff HMcUnes
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th CentUty, Rf-artintr. ann other
makes.    Call and see our lines.
If you  want  to    enjo)    yom    :.
] across the continent���
j    Travel by the Seen:.    Rallwaj   >!
! America.
Through Dining Tourist ani Firr-
Cla&s  Sleeping Cars.
.    Eastern Express leave* at 7:15,
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:15
For further particulars ml tew��-
i tions apply
I ED. GOULET.
Ageut. New WestmlnBttr
! or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   V��nhi��t.
I| ���
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CAP,r.*IN   B0NSER-
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prfivn. WiesTM.NS-r** *** CMILLI'
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cmt^Attmrnmona, u,.^!.^r'
ttitisfoW ted way ports. ."''^ ���'t,
i*r;w��'T9  and freight
|     Lea\\*(.f   irtrckraan & Ket
I N'ew   Wc? .Minuter.   Tuetdays, Th
I days and a<6*ft.r<fa.y it II i  m,
���     Leaves  C'-iftlf'-vac!: Wedn����day, Friday and Sun_fVy �� 7 a. m.
For rates ar,,Y pnrflcular'', .tpplv
WESTERN  snmQkf CO.
NEW   WESTM.MSfK*,  S. C.
it. WHiTMiiiiF, WcretaW
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lying   love  as  a , leased for a period of twenty-one years
Fox- llVth.
Peaches���Alice Booth, J. deC. Weth- j
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"ItwheliT6 T" T h" hM f0Undl"  an  annuAl  rental  ot  11   p��r acre
at uhen love le so Intense aa to ap- Not   more   than 2660-acres Th ,     ,e
Quinces-Thos. Greer, Lilian Greer.'com�� hynersenriHv a , *?** **���*- [A royalty at the rato of five cents per
a?. .,. I Collection Frt,it-J. C. Wetherell. ���Z aethat wh oh i t ^' h" ton ahal�� ^ ^'^ed on. tbe mer-
#*'���P'.'. v   ^mp^on T 1"a,ld t0 fjaSHlon' ch^table coal mined)
47!- '-vl      ������  I * Flower. '        <Tim��S 'S mere,)  a f":m "f ����*!
*th r?~:*.     *"���*&'' Flowers. ness.
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W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the .Minister c! .he Interior.
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The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line ofr
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by1 buying'f. am* A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fdmlgatlon,   as
well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 frdit'trees ana   ��
can handle your order, no matter what the size.    If we' have*   tfe
agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake for prlbes.
NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries; Ltd.   ji
���**���������
Excellent Train Service tfettw*1
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tow*
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, BosW
tan) all the principal biuineswrcrttci'sef
OWTARIO, QUEBEC and the MABI
TIME PROVINCE.S
A1h���� to BUFFALO, NEW YORK an"
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls-
Fo.* Tim�� Tables, etc.. ad8re�� '
GEO. W. VAbX.
^istanH Gen'l Passenper and WSf.
AB<��nb, m Adams St.. Ch^R'V v' FplDAV
SEPT.  25,   1908
THE   DAI LY   \ EWS.
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TIME TABLE
SKAGWAY ROUTE.
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PriDC*SS   ,15   21, and  27.
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VANCOUVER    vi
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Vaucouver
dBlly, except Tuesday.
r
OP-'^er-VICTORIA ROUTE.   |
VAN'��3 Victoria  leaves  Vancouvei
. ;"Dexcep1 Tuesday at 0 p.m.
*SSr Charmer at 1 p.m. dally,
noyal at 0 a.m. dally ex-
^ANCOUVER-SEATTLE ROUTE
learner Princess Royal leaves 10!
' Sunday and Monday ;
, . geati
0nSu_       leaves Vancouver 9 a.m.
... ,..  Victoria.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
w ...... WIU leave Victoria for
���BW Westminster every Tuesday.
' Leaves New  Westminster on Wed- ^
DeSda>WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Uim victoria U P-m- 1st, 7th, Mth
J 20th of each month for Clayoquot, ^
MosquVic Ii.-.r!or ��nd W P��/tRi ?vD
S eacti inonth for Quatsino and way
Its- 20th ot each month for Ahcuaot,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
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escep, Sunday.    Leaves Nanaimo at
itCTORIA-NANAIMO. .   NANAIMO-
C0MOX-UN1ON    ROUTE.
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Leavea Victoria Tuesday 7 4.m.; ar-
five* Nanaimo 4 pm.
Leaves Nanaimo Satunlay 2 p. ***���'.
prlves Victoria 9 p. �����.
,IVER8 INLET, VAN ANDA, LUN0,
ETC.
\j-      ft. ft. Outer, ony. %u
Prom Victoria 8 p.mS t>T��T W��6>e��- j
day form VancouvertO a.m. *�����*&<>����� j
ueiatennciUat* point*. ReturtUS* to
.Viscouver Sunday afternoon; Victoria ,
McBlay mornlni. via L*dy��B����ti__
NORTHERN ft. C NOUTB.
18. Amir.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd and 16th ot j
every month at 8 p.m. ,
UP RlVKR. j
Beave_���
FTom   New   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday. Thursday,
snd Saturday.
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For ruemtteni ��ht_ information
all or a .dress
ED. OOULET.
f*     Agent. New Weatminater.
E. J. COYLE.
| int. lieu. Pms  Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TKOUP,
(���<���t-t-r.il 8iHierui'.*"i.ieut. Victoria.
YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HELP
Mail Service
;15
lb.-, itch, i bj C. P. R. train ai
lo e 0:il".
id 8eattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
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day,   Sa]   ���   I  n   No.   1,   daily   except
-   la .   Malls received at io-.o0 a,m.
Dispatched by B, C. Electric railway
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Vancouver, Nu. ;;, and Burnaby
'"*<������' - - i .,: ��:30 p.m.; daily ex-
C8PI Sunday. Return mails received
;t' '��� 31 p.m.
C P. K. train at 17: _i5
... mail closes at 16:45 p.m.
c��   ���"      nl Vancouver, No. 96  (O.
p R. Irst mall). Return mail received
M 10:30 a.m.
*?��� P. R. No. 2, 0:30, all points west
��t Lytton, except Agassiz, Coqultiarr ,_
Harriaon   Hot   Springs, YYestmtnst   er
���Junction, Lytton, Port Hammond, V   0,t
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turn mail received at 10:30 p.
""patched by carrier 1200 ���
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land, Strawberry II
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TYPHOON AND HURRICANE
WORK DEVASTATION
4
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j SUDDEN SIOHM LEAVES     \VESSELS STRANDED AND
j       DISASTER IN ITS WAKE!  WRECKED BY FIERCE GALES
I.
Day after day, and week after week, tell the
people what you want them to know. Interest
the public in your business by compelling them
to read your ads. Make them watch your regular
space in this newspaper every morning.
System Spells Success
Advertising in "any old way" is a thing of the
past. Select your medium with the same care
that you select your salespeople. Stick to the
best.
THE MORNING DAILY
is unequalled as a means of bringing your wares
to public notice.
NEWSPAPER ADVERTISING NEVER FAILS.
providing you have the goods.
���
wt
Colonial   Office    Notified    of    Devastr.
tion Wrought in Bahama Islands���
Ninety-seven Per Cent, of the
Houses  Destroyed.
London, Sept. 24.���The colonlan oi
flee today received a cablegram trom
Sir Guy Wilson, governor of the Bahama Islands, regarding the devastation wroughl by the hurricane ol
September  11   to 13,
Sir Guy Wilson says that the islands of Great ami Little Inaugua,
Asklln island. Crooked island, Fortune Island, Rumcay and Watllngs
island were swept by the storm.
'!. '.llatTm' All vesiesla caught by the storm w.-re
of  t���e  sudden   storm.      A     "^| ^^ 0]. wrecked.
from a town in Mastaat reports     hat       ^   ^^  ^  ^  ^
every building in the place was razed
with th.- single exception of the postal j
building.    A  dispatch   received   from
Remblon fays that the typhoon eaus-
i Wires   Wrecked     by   Wind   Storm   of
Terrific   Velocity���Detils   of   Damage   Are   Meagre���Buildings
Razed   to  the   Ground.
ft,' -       a.
I
Manila, Sepi   24.���A typhoon of terrific  velocitj   swept  over the central
��� portion    rn    the    Philippine    group,
weeping part of lhe Island of Samar
I Northern  Leyte, Southeastern   Luzon,
Noriheru   Panay, Mas',at  and  part ot
Remblon.    The   typhoon  disappeared
in the China sea, moving in a direction  west  by  northwest.
Wins are prostrated and available
details of the damage done are
meagre, li is evident, however, that
serious disaster followed in the wake
���*#
At  Clarence  on  Long  island,    the
jail, the courthouse, all the churches
^^^^^^ and    nimsty-seven  per  cent,   of  the
Remblon says that the typhoon caus-1 dwellings were, completely destroyed,
ed a great loss of property, and that i No details have yet been received
undoubtedly many persons have been'.from any of the Islands, and the dlH-
kllled. ' tress is believed to be great.
5U.SCR.PT.ON. COM.NO IN fo^KS
FOR FRASER CENTENNIAL! W.HK*ary
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received ao tar towards the doUar
subscription cdHection for the Simon
Praser centennial   fund.   TW   News
will ael-.now.edte aay sent to EiMM-1 ^ r 	
Uon Manager, care ot City Hall, and AV1   ?���*���  	
1 a separate account wlll be opeaed at Mrs. E. J^ FaJ��	
one of the banks.   Donations will be Miss A. J. Asbby ....
welcome at once as the monument _.** f^^;;
already ordered. ���i '
SS Ol NOrtoft  ��9.00.w. A. Duncan	
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How Few Think Justly Of
The Thinking Few.
tl How Many Never Think At
ll! All, Who Think They Do
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.. applilatio>L.
���Vm-' Daily News reaches its readers in time to
influence their daily wants.   Use its columns to get
vour share of business.
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������. Hall'a Prairie, Bonac-
lo w ilalne anil Seattle (all points
ashtngtou and south, also all
'', ,s In easterv ttates), daily ex-
at - Bunday, ltetnrn malls received
J_.30   nw.    Bonar'*-.! Wednesdays
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
Keep
Wide
A Bladenaburg merchant was dozlug
in His store one day when a little girl
with a pitcher appeared ln the doorway and asked tor a quart of molasses.
Tlle storekeeper yawned, stretched
himself, half opened his eyes, aud then
In an i'li""'11 tonv said' "A1"'1   therU
nobody    i'i    Uladensburg    that    sell*
molasses bul me V
19.
I
There are three-fourth of the human race who need arousing
ana being shocked into a self-consciousness of strength and ability,
confidence and determination, not only in facing the question of
business and success, but in all other problems in life. The man
who gives such people some of his own positive, optimistic personality is giving tliem strength and life itself, converting millions an.l
millions of brain centres, lying dormant and unused, into action and
increased  function.
The trouble is lhat the majority of people do not recognize their
powers, abilities aud trends and have no confidence in the latent potentialities dormant and unused within them. A new self-consciousness needs to lie awakened; they need to be aroused trom a torpor
of mental loafing.
If your life has been full of tips  and   downs;   if   you  have   tailed
in   your   undertakings;   if   life has   meant   nothing   but   a continual
grind, with no betterment, uo progress,  no   up-lift,     if   everything
seems to go wrong, then it is time for you to know .he reason why
au.l remedy.    All of us are more or less governed by our own view
polnl ami our own narrow little circle,   desires,   ambitions,     and   efforts, consequently wo miss the issues that do not come within out   -
range and  with that some of life's    greatest    possibilities.      Look   ���
about you .and see how many really   capable   meu    are   tied   to th
bllgh.  of  things mediocre with nothing  better in view than a co
litiual grind,   Micuwber-like waiting for  something  to  turn up.    Mr
St.  Albans is particularly  fitted to help just such men.    His experience with men and means is an extensive   one and his  methods  are
above-board   and  sincere.     He makes no claims to supernatural pow-
ers, or any of the jugglery of so-called   fortune-telling,   his   mode   of
procedure ls based on a scientific principle and the result is certain.
In giving readings it Is not his aim to cajole you with entertaining
tales of Impossible success, but to  give   you  truthful   and   accurate
advice, no matter whether it  Pleases  or  displeases   you;   the  Truth
is  the   thing.
Parlors so arranged that you will meet no other callers.   Hours
from ten a. m. to nine p, ni.
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THE   DAH.V   NEWS.
FRIDAI
 ���' "i he   charges    ls  untrue
THE DAILY  NEWS   j Bmartlng    under'the   e
Published i.>  the Dally  News Pub-'leave notbing ,mdone '"
iishiug Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and From
Streets,  New  Westminster.  B.  C.
leave   ^	
.entleman's suffering
:rin.   The exposur ���
the   Tories,
xposure,   will
to equalize thai
witb  their cha-
li. s some color
1 of reason  for  Mr.
the asaoclktion of
Borden continuini
Mr. O. K.  Fostei
���,, hich ��� ��� Io be held in
v...,,,-. .'. i. ,.: nexl we
numbe    if elector.
this citj    oc
tttended tha meet-
E-   A-  Pai9e Managing   Director      ���Th|rty fMt tg ^ g(j,f ���
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LOCAL   NOTES.
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FRIDAY.   SEPT.   25.   1908.
DO    NOT   FORGET.
.Do not" forget that Sir Wilfrid Laurier lias solidified the various, races
within the Dominion to such a degree
as Providence ha_s never seen elsewhere on the face of the world.
"Thirty feet to tne gulT.'
Mrs. Brookfleld, win. uas injured on
Tuesday morning in a runaway ou
Front street, is progressing favorably
at the Royal Columbian hospital,
Scottish concert. Sale of reserve
seats opens at Ryall's on Saturda..
morning. *""
BORDEN'S SAMPLE OF PURITY.
When   discussing  the     debauchery
and bare-laced corruption by Conservatives  in Eastern elections we have
held  that  Mi.  It.  1..  Borden lo   an-.
other rule than that followed b;   th.
Columbian <<>ul.i not  be held responsible,    He could not  be held responsible because he was so far removed
from the seen ��� of action where these
deplorable   Incidents occurred,       Mr.
William  Roche,  M.  P., has given  us
a   rude awakening  in a   four-column
letter in the Halifax. N. s.. press of
the  16th  instant, in  which he gives a
list, wiiich he declares is only an abbreviated   one.    of   tho   Conservative
campaign methods in   Halifax iti  the
election of 1904, whicli he says he can
substantiate.   This is  Mr.  K.  L.  Bor
lien's constituency and the acts if not
.lone a.  hi     ^^^^^^^^^^^^
his very ims'.-. and it is Impossible to
suppose   he   was   totally   unaware  of
what   was   being  done.    On   Buckingham street, in  the city of Halifax, he
declares,   the   Tory   party   established
a room where the committee arranged
to provide petitioners and send them
The acceptances I'M* the .Untie.- at
Columbian college at the invitation
of the principal. Dr. Sipprell. for Oct.
7, when the missionary board of thel
Methodist church visit the city, are
Very gratifying. J, M. Ketinv will b
the, caterer.
I,      ,t   ���  mstrating   b.   their  prese.ii'
,    ntei    *  which thej are taking In
the forthcoming campaign.   Four delegates   'Vi ���  elected   toi   Yale  dlsti li I
,,,,1 [Wo for Dewdney, including -V-���
3jz   ,:. .  i [an ison River.    Those elei I
..,,   Ke -.     Vale,  Dr. C,  A.   Elliott,  W.
Teague   ' *> ���''' '���   "    Fooks  (Hop.- anil
.{,,!,.   Creek),  and  A.   Howell   I \ a
si,,,;    Dewdney,  X. T.  Baker   i A n
sj,,,   .i,,ii,i   Duncan   (Harrison   Rlvc I
The   alternates   elected   were   Georg.
Vance,   H.   L. Calvert.   H.   Baker  and
James Duncan.
For first class cut flowers pot plains
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son.
florists.    Tel. B208.
September     15.      Th"   miners   were
;ing   under   an   agreement   made
,,    inhn   Rosen.-,   of   the   North-easi
,   company,   with   Czar   Nicholas ll
4
.^"'.������H*
Thaw's Sister Droos Title.
i, ncoln, Neb., Sept. 24.���The Count-
.... of Yarmouth, sister ..V Harry i1^-
Thaw, '.ml who recentlj was granted
,, divorce nulifying her marriage, announced formally through her lawyers today thai she had decided to
drop her title and hehceforth be
known as Mrs. Copely Thaw.
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Fresh  Outbreaks of Plague.
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OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS
Not made to please the eye, but to
please the palate. The "B. C." and
'Old Sport" Cigars. **
The booklet prepared by the Westminster Publicity association for tree
distribution to people seeking detailed Information concerning this city
and distri. t. litis been Issued, A
large number of these books will be.
distributed al the exhibition grounds
next week.
Reserved seats can be obtained for.
the   Scottish   concert     on     Saturday j
I morning at   Ryall's drug store.       ���* ,
I    For having been drunk and dlsor-!
derly,   and   while   in   that     condition
caused    considerable    physical    and
bidding were done under | mfmta] sufte.mg to some of the denizens of Westminster's new "district."
lines totalling $48 and costs were levied on one of two men charged  with
a series of misdemeanors by th.  police   magistrate   yesterday     morning.
His  companion,  who had  assisted  in
slight degree in making things interesting for the  complainant*,  escaped
with a $13 tine.   In the evidence given
it was stated that intoxicating liquor
was sold  in  resorts  in the west end
of the city.
to the polls.    A code of signals was
used so that Tory agents in the booths
knew of their coming.   Warrants Were
provided    and     lawyers   sent   to   the
booths; who caused the arrest of Liberal   voters,   and   during   the   excitement the Torv   fraudulent votes were
run   In.      Two   hundred   and   eighty-
seven Of these fraudulent votes were
lulled  for Borden and  Mullen.    This
is no haphazard, spur^)f the moment,
or  election  heat  kind  of  fraud,  but
an organized,   premeditated,   systematic method of defeating tli? electorate In their free choice of their representatives,  and  coming  as   it   did
direct   from   Mr.   Borden's  committee
ii is Impossible to Bay he had n.>*  a
.'tv knowledge of what took place.
other   branch   of  this  organized
Ion was conducted by two bar-]
who  visited   various city   ]K)11-1
i  lis  In ..  carriage <>n election
iddress the electors and pro-
. it the Crits were everywhere
.   . .feated and   provoke a  riot   if
ry,      The    peace   was   to 'be
.->      ,  and   riot,   with   ail  its  possi-
.iti .- of pillage and bloodshed, was
to be started, but it is good to relate
that although the barristers and hire-
llngs   carried  out   their   pun   to  the
lettt r.   the   scheme   abs ilutely   failed
to wor, out the desired end and life
and property was saved.
The orgle of corruption did not end
with   this   failure,    for open   houses
and dens were provided by the Tories
in  thc  vicinity of the  polling  booths
where, voters were stupified  with liquor, and if th.- liquor did not act drugs
wen   used, and in this state of stupefaction  voters   were   kept   from    th--ir
.homes   and   families   for  three   days,
and   then   assisted   to   the.   polls  and
their ballots cast with the aid of ihe
election  officer...     A   legal   gentleman
w.i   also amongBi these three-day patients,   but   th.'   limit     was   reached
..ti.-n.   iu   places   where   no   suitable
premises  could  be    secured   tor  the
short  order  cases to be dealt  with.)
toys were employed as walking bars,
carrying flasks ol liquor.   Ii i.- Impossible, w.   sav  again, thai  when    :;.?
fraudulent   votes,   besides  bribed and
illegiilh   Influenced   votes   were  cast,
and   $23,000  spent  ln   thi,-  one  constituency   and  the  constituency    the
Tory  loaders own,  that he could be
lu entire ignorance of tlies.- shameful
proceedings,  which   In their  baseness
oui shadows     thai   wiiich occurred   at
Colchester  under  the  distribution ot
li.-pxv a-< "canned tomatoes and barrelled  apple*."    The employment  of
the youth of the land-as agents in
Biich debasldg crime leads one to ex-
h-ius. ihe adjectives of thi Saxon
t.uii* :< in denunciation of the committeemen, bul when i> la done In the
Interest ot, and with the cognizance
of, thi man win. is lifting his hands
to heaven and crying Cor purlt) of
elections, one loses faith in human
nature. There Ib one point w > do not
overlooltj and that is thai the member
of Parliament, Mr. Roche, make3 these
< tint ���_..-. oyer his own name, In the
public proas in the city whore they
occur ' _d  and  l-f  anj   portion  ol  what
Sept   25.���Isle of Spice.
Sept. 28-29���The Pixies.
Sept. ill)���S. O. S. concert.
Oct L���Kolb and Dill.
Oct. S.���Knight for a Day.
Oct. 14.��� Flaming Arrow.
Oct. 15.���Honev niooners.
Oct.   If..���The Jefferson   Boys.
27.���Holy   City.
29.���Just Out of College.
(.Too Proud to Beg.
13.���Montana  Limited
18.���Hip  Hip Hooray.
20.���Willard   Mack.
20���The New Dominion.
1.���Fun on Broadway.
2.���The Lion and the Mouse
;i.��� Little  Johnny  Jones,
9.���Arizona.
16.���Why  Girls  Leave Home
21.���50   Miles From   Bo;..mi.
24.���Babes   in Toyland.
25.���Sandy  Bottom.
29.���The  Great Divide.
30.���Florence.  Roberts.
-".���Her   First  False  Step
6.���Shore -Acres.
1.",.���Theodore Lorch.
28.���Devils   Auction.
29.���San  Antonio.
1...���Jane  Eyre.
Wlllemstad, Curacao, Sept. 24.��� *f
���tiers received here from Caracas T
announce a fresh outbreak of the bu- .j.
bonlc plague in the Venezulan '���''''' jj*
tal. Several deaths hav occurred T
among people of the better classes.  .j.
Get the Habit
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
.Nov.
Dec
Dec,
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan
Jan.
Feb.
SO
4-
different
Everj thiu
in    plain
lOOkS   lilve
(rom      man'.
;   In  sight,   and
figures���good
���_. "square deal
stun
Ughl
March 3.���A Stubborn Cinder
March 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   2���Marrying   Mary,
Ha.
For cut flowers tor any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 184. *
A  meeting  of  the   -\gassiz   Liberal
association was held on Tuesday evening for the purpose of electing d de-
ates  to  the  nominating    convention
Russians Seize American Gold.
Nome, Sept. LM.���Apparently without warrant and with no explanation
given, the gunboat Chilka, belonging
:.. the Rusian government, with the
Russian governor ahoard. seiz-.l $10,-'
000 and American miners who had
been   working  in   Anadir,   Siberia,  on
We w ant your daily ann I >n
' iha' is. in you-,- daily work Notice the little thing.-- you ne. d,
and then try our store���probablj
you'll find some of those needs
on the Tic. 10c, and I5e counters.
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Tinsel
is   now   In   stock,   ttisn   gold   and
silver   paper   (or   making   stars.
etc.,  for   the   "Pixies."
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Today's Special���Maple Leaf Dinner
Plates, 10c each.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street
New Westminster
���Royal   Mix.ure
Tomorrow':, Specia
Candy, 10c pound.
"We
same.'
hnv   for cash   a
nd  Bell for the
This store pro.'!
posestodressmen'i
belter than they Ij
have  ever been
dressed -to pro.
vide such stvles 1
and  patterns i
will express the}
individuality of
the   wearer and
give genuine satisfaction.
We allow no one
to give a greater!
equivalent   for.
your money, and I
, the FASHION
'  CRAFT Suits and
overcoats we have
ready easily discount everything
in the past. To
menof good judg-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1  ment these values
make an appeal as immediate as they are irresis-
table.
$18   $20   $22   $25
To the man who seeks big values and lots
of style at moderate cost, w$ recommend our
Fali Suits and Overcoats as really exceptional.
We do not hesitate to claim them the finest garments that can be produced. Nothing in sight
to equal them for the money.
ADVERTISE IN TIIE DAILY NEWS
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$3.00 and $3.50 Sho
FOR   WOMEN
��'��T��^ [.o
Are you out
for the biggest   HAT
values intk\
city ?
Just compare our Women s Snoes at $3.00 and
$3.50 with shoes you 11 nnd elsewhere at the same
price ������ that s all we ask.
If our $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes are uot the best for the money that
ever covered a foot we don't understand the shoe business. The
fall styles are ready anil we're now showing all tbe new and correct models.
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We have just opened up a complete line oi
Stetson Hats
Tne most up-to-date hats on the market,
both in style and price. These hats we
guarantee to hold color and shape and to
retain fullness of texture under the most
-severe weather conditions.
REID & CO.
Thc Clothiers. Phone 412
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Ask  for o.ir
- a beauty.
Blucher cut, neat top, Dongola Kid Shoe fot $3 00.
Our $3.50 Qoodyea
majority of othei
weltej Vici  Kid Shoes are   equal    to    the
makes at $4.50.
The same applies tii our ladles'
welted Blucher cut Boots.
$3.50 velour   Calf,   Goodyear
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Water?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Offlc*  Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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We are Bhowing a large range of ladies' high cut Patent Leather
Boots, heavy and light soles,  at $3.50 a pair.
ft.KHMH��liBSWIH
We want every woman who   Is   interested
shoes to make this her shoe headquarters.
in   moderate  priced
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market!!
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Corner Rlghth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370
BOWELL & ODDY. Proprietor*
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
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J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Gi ��*��
399 Sixth Avenue\
NewWestminster
_THAT'S oue
BUSINESS
Every
us    means
tomer.
order   p'��<ed "''
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OUK WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES m BW
patea on ��"rl
oription  or Quantlt
on application
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Daily News
BlocK.
phone
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-T. H. SMITH11-��� The Cash Stores! I  Cl i Y NEWS
STER SALE OF
^4 Manufacturer's   Line  of Samples  at
Wholesale Prices
\v K have just purchased from one of the largest Dry ( Is Houses
��>    in the world the complete duplicate sample stock for Canada.
Having bought them at sterling price we can offer you same at enor-
���-'.  .-reductions.   The line comprises Towels.  Sheets,  Pillow Cases,
Men*.- and Women's Hose, Woollen Underwear, Silk and Moreen Under-
��� ---.nfact, all that a hugh manufacturing firm carries.  This is the op-
mity of a life time to obtain high grade goods at mininum a .st price.
$6.00 Bed Spreadi for
$3.00 Bed Spreads for
$1.75 Bed Speeads for
$3.50
$1.75
$1.00
$1.00 Bath Towels for, -        pair 50c
$1.50 Turkish Towels for. - pair 75c
$2.00 Linen Huck Towels for, pair $1.00
All 50c Towels for 25c and so on
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A in   . hut ft-v-rig on qualit.    ^
the "A **  1
Miss . ..
for Ca
Magnificent Sample Lot of Fancy Linens
Fancy Hemstitched and Embroidered Linens, such as
Bureau Scarves, Table Centres, Plain and Fancy Linen
Runners, Tray Cloths, Doilies, etc., at considerably
 below Half Usual Price	
Women's Moreen and Silk Underskirts at Half
Usual Price*     Girls' and Misses' Coats
At Half Usual Price
1000 Pairs Men's Socks, in worsted and cashmere, etc.,
at Half Price.   All wool cashmere half hose from 10c
Come One,
Come All.
No Restrictions
T. H. SMITH'S
Monster Sample Sale
Hea .   Ison   s:ni>    Loch
- aagai -       -i. concert.       *'
V. i  ���   , ..
colleg.
Do ��� ��� ���     Miss  Munn a.
tho Scoti ..,���������:
Th. Strati     .. d ' -    stern
-..h.T ���        ....  \ ,;������������ for    traffic
1 with I .. pori    ma I
[call ������' - lay,
, Sei. your seats for th. -��� musical              I. n     The Isle ol S| I
' lure on i   . la         BooV In i. ������ i     11
Ryall's **
l.< ministration    wei
1 gran ��� I llowaj
' in <��� . ... ,:-i        a \���������
Oran R  ��� I  i a .plica
tion
i.i.,  ...   maii ..   u  Queens pai I* on
Saturda;     Champions vs   Vane ��� i
Don'i miss   I **
Thoma ��� Sha i. lire, tor of the
Agassi? xperimental farm, is In the
city t>> ���' Manager Kearj in connection with ih" u. A &��� i. socle : -
buslnes
Seats on sale ai Ryall's tor the   I ���
of Spice," the big musical show here
on Frida)  night
Si.     r,. ma ��� V. irdlaw    and    Ladj
Tayloi  ire in town visiting their son
��� Dr. T.  Wardlaw   raylor,   Sir Thomas
iTaylor was formerly chlel justice ol
, th* king's bench division of Manlto **-
Miss  Walker will  sing 'The. Scot-
'tl-sh Ului; Bells" at the Scottish con-
i ��*
'pert.
A in.- ting ol the W C. T, U. of thi.
[city will be held ihis evening at the
residence  ol   Mrs    Marshall   Sinclair,
gt, Oeoi ��������� streel The meeting is
[due   to   commence elghi   o'clock,
and, as arrangements In connection
' witl, ii,,. operation ol  thi   tea  rooms
,.,,   the  fair   ire  to  be discussed,    b
large atti tidanec i    lesired
See thr how with the International
reputation, rhe Isle ot 8plce," hefe
mi Kri.li.. evening Seal on sale at
Ryall s.
Summonses to a I .rge numl er   of
i people  who are  wanted u    witnesses
i.i   the   fonli. ..iiiur'    trial   ol  .lames
Jenklna,  who Is to be tried  tor tl..'
murder ol  Mrs.  Marj   Morrison neat
Hazelmere earlj   In   August, are  being served  this week   bj Chief Con-1
stable Spain,     The  trial  will  Ills dy j
start on the second day .>f the Westminster assises, which comm.nre on
Tueaday,   Oct.   80.    Over thirty   wit-i
neaaea are expected to give evidence.;
the big    lacrossej
it Queens park. ** ,
ouse ���
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urmshing ;
���  ���.   ..    , a Floral and
;. ...        ,.,   .      ., :.
$1 00 ,.    yard, tor, 60c pei j ard   *
Make and Lay Free. .
��� ��� iv.     oda
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73,
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Dry   Goods   House
COLUMBIA   STREET
1908 Fall Millinery
Our Millinery Show Room was never a?
replete with beautiful Hats as it is this
season. The showing is one of rare
completeness and displays the most
authorative styles for the fall season.
Foreign and domestic models [as well
as clever creations from our own workshop are on display. The phenomenal
business of the past few days proves
beyond a doubt that our models are
correc\ ..,,.,
Prices Range trom 3.50 to 25.00
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Peaches $1.00
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
THE
Public Supply Stores **\������*
Columbia Street.      New  Weatminater, B. C.      Phone 92.
Don't  fail to ael
match on Saturday
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jower Fraser River
"reigkt and Passenger Service per
>o. "Favorite
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
"ISLE   OF   SPICE."
Thai ;oi  should huve  the  very  best
attention.    Now, we arc not doctors,
neither do we proles, to be.   It's not
our business to prescribe,  we prefer
letting  your doctor do  that.    Where
Carrying freight and passengers to we come  in  is  when  you  want    the
1 points between New Westmlnater prescription tilled, through this chan-
���oil Wes ham Island. nei we co-operate to bring   abou;   a
cure. Our duty ia plainly to give
you exactly what th.- doctor ord.-rs,
and of the best quality, thia is where
the honor of the druggist is tested.
To put it mildly, the drugglat who is
ave Westham Island 7.n��. hones- with the sick is a dis-
j��.m lailj c .., .,r.(lav, ,u 6 a.m.;lgrace to the profession. We want '
Ndltlonal trip on Saturdays leaving Ull your n*-M prescription no ma';"
M 5 10 ; m, I What doctor writes it. and we pl9dge
'���*��������� Brackman-Ker'a wharf daily
'��� 3 p.m.. ��� scept Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
pflil   tal trip on Mondays, leaving at
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our honor that you will get a Bquar,
Thai (���!.���,.:. melodious, piquant
music.l mixture of wit, music, brll-
lianc., in dialogue, gracetulneaa and
picturesque spectacle, the "Isle of
Spice," which cornea to 'I*-' Opera
House tonight Is promised In Us en-
tlretj aa (ffes ated during its succes-
ful runa In New V-��rk. Chicago and
i;,, -.on. A.pari iron, its (-'alius lo
popular! '..-om the musical and hli
trionlc standpoint, it Is said to be one
of the mo - gorgeous spectacles presented. As the kxsale la laid tunldsi
the Oriental splendor ot an island ol
the ..:. ilnter's art, and th tali i
II .. creations ol electrical surprises
which hav- be ���*. - steed and de. doped
to the utm. st.
Horace   Wright,   foreman     of     the
Phoenix salmon cannery at Steveston,
and his brother-in-law, Qeorge Hine,
Qsherman   ol    Fort   Langley,    were
i drowned on* the mouth ol the Praser
I river  in  B pale   which  raped late on
- Mondaj   nlKht  and  early ou Tuesday
Ml    Wright   leaves a   wife  and  three
small children   rrsidlns:  at   Steveston
[Ills lather, John WriRht, la a  Station-
Ier, in   business   on   Westminster   ave-
jnue, Vancouver,    nine was n  younp
' ���, in   whose parents have resided at
I fori Langley for a number of years.
For     sale -Seven     roomed
batb   Mom,   pantries,   closets,
.iio.i,    horse   stall, carriage
trull  trees; on full lot.
Tickets to Steveston an-\ return BO
on Saturdays only.
-"'tag    at    Steveston    Tuesdays, 1 dea]  as to correctness,   quality   and.
I price. We have been twenty-live
..���ars in business here and are Willing
to be judged by our record If yon
cannot, afford to pay for your medicine
we will supply sam" free   of charge
CURTIS'
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
QOOKSLEY'S
jj*icture :
POSTCARDS
*RE NOW ON SALE AT
*��� MOREY-, STAT|0NERv  8TQRfcj
MACKE*, C'GAR   D,VA*   F'i
������The FA|   ,S   0RUG   3TORE    and i sectaries than others
R." Columbia  Street. j specialty of this lln*
P.S.���Can give you
uer value   on
We malie a
W. J. Sparkman
LATl  WITH   J. A.   LEE
a    -���  inaonnce thai    he
Is
a5* read: to undertake all
luuds of upholstering, etc., etc.,
at the lowest prices, saving by
direct work the. middleman's
profit.
Coay  Corners a specialty.
A.11 communications address.-.l
W.J. Sparkman,
Cor. Sixth and Carnarvon Sts.
wil) meet with Immediate attention.
house,
wood-
house;
For   further
particular! apply to owner, 192Eighth
si reet.
.lames  Milne,  until a collide of .lavs
���..ju geueral auperlntendent' and trusted ..i'i. Inl of the ii. C. K It. company,
an i over whose head b oharg ��� of com-
piuiiv iu the i adding of i��iy
la   now   liansinu
IT WILL PAY
YOU TO
PHONE ME
FOR RATES
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wa..   released
beets
from |
pol'i-- eiisiody ln Vancouver la.e yes-
terdav afternoon, hnvlnu furiiimhed
hail lo the amount of $20,000, this be-
Infi, made up of a personal surety of
110)000, and a like amount furnished
by friends. At the police court yesterday morning, Mr. Milne pleaded
not guilty to the charge, and an adjournment waa t.*ken until Monday.
That the accused should stoop to
grafting appears inconceivable to his
friends, as he Is a man of considerable personal means, having a private
fortune of .about $50,000, apart from
the high salary he Tecelved from the
B. C. E. h. company.
II you have insurance to place, whether I've stock, fire, automobile, accident or any other kind, call me first and I will qutrte
you a rate that will be the lowest.
It costs you nothing and you will make money by it.
Just give me a chance to tell you what I can do and if it is not
satisfactory there is no harm done.
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Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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P.-.GE SLX.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Sunlight Soap
Sunligtit  Soa.p  contains  nothing that  will harm the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at s
Five Cents a Bar
LAUNDRY METHODS
Of COARSE CHINESE
Clothes Washed in Shacks
By Celestials Are Handled
In .Filthy Manner.
(Winnipeg  Town  Topics.)
\n investigation Into the ways   ot
i,i... in    Winnipeg's   Chinese    colonj
would  diselose  some  surprising things
aboul these secretive Celestials, whose
laces are sueh masks,
Their lives tire uot the sort ol lives
that, a decent-living white person
would  want  to share intimately.
Yet there arc people in Winnipeg ol'
the most unlmpeachably respecta.ble
character and life, who allow the garments they wear closest to them to
participate in the life in the Chinese
shacks for several days and nights
periodically.
When a person's innermost clothing ta half thc time in the closest association with himself aad the other
half .of the time ln the closest association with a bunch of Chinamen crowded into quarters where there ia barely
room for them to get around in, and
where they live day. and night, tbat
person may be said to be���without
realizing it���living pretty close to tbe
aforesaid slant-eyed individuals.
If the.garments could speak aad tell
the atory of the Chinese half of Uieir
lives, they would not be turned over
any more to Chinese hands.
Sometimes, you'll hear lt said that
w.un .Lung nnd his compatriots are
not as hard on shirts and collars as
the up-to-date laundering establishments equipped with the appliances
devised by the best Inventive skill.
Lf that were true, It would not tave
any weigbi with anybody who knew
uhe Chinese methods In their entirety.
But that it is noi true has been
proved by actual test.
Before modern laundering equipments iiti.i methods were brought Up
to their present perfection, there wns
some tintn in the statement; but there
is none now.
These equipments and methods are
" lng constantly Improved.
\     modern     perfected     laundering
dant is greatly superior to the   best
��� quipment of only a tew years ago.
I. is a triumph of skill In attaining
the results aimed at, j::-- as the up-
to-tdate printing press o. any other
perfected machinery, or process is.
The aid of scientific    experts    bas
���'.. called in to determine precisely
the besl method of "bringing the water
used to just the n-.li: softness, and In
solving otier .lu.-triops involved in
laundering.
In the Chinese sfeack-laundrles
oaustic soda is tbe main stand-by and
reliance; water is not a plentiful factor in their operations.
They do not boll out the dirt���to use
the plain Anglo-Saxon ward; they
simply haven't  the facilities  lo do so.
It is eaten out, more or loss.' with
caustic soda, to th.- injury of the garment, and rubbed in and ironed ..ver,
the ironing beini-. preceded by a
sprinkling with water sprayed from
Chin...se  mouths.
In an up-to-date laundr*. the hand
ling of. for instance, collars is Bur-
prising ingenious, the turning over following upon a moistening, all bj machinery, sons to guard against breaking, and the ironing being done by
steam heat compression, no flre heat
i.e ing applied.
The friction of the old method, wi'h
its wear and tear, is   lone ..way with.
iu ev. ry detail there is a HI'.' s.kii-
fill   ailaptutinn     ol     tbe     best     tested
methods;  and  the work of improving
tin-in goes on ail the time.
The steam   Laundries    of  Winnipeg
represent    todaj    an    investmenl    of
Si   111.'    $300 '"V.
The;,   pa)   o it   $16,000  a   month     In
wages.
They   hav
rigs, in all.
Their  fu.
month.
They  ust
Important Notice
The plans,  profile and estimate   Ol
cost of the proposed permanent   Improvement of Columbia   street    (Including a main, trunk sewer, cement ;
sidewalks and    street   paving)    have
been prepared and placed on vb-* in
th,, loom lately occupied by the school
board, city  hall, where they may be
Inspected    during    office    hours    by
parties interested in this very necessary local Improvement, I
N, H, McQUARRIE,
Acting Citv Cleric
City  Hall,  New  Westminster.  B. C,
August 25   THUS.
FRIDAY
SEPT
I Liberal Convention i
I
Tenders
I
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
somi   fifty    horses    and
....���:   th. m over  $2000 a
150,000 gallons of water
daily and about twenty-flve tons of
soap a  month, or some $2000 worth.
By the way, did you ever stop to
think how they contribute to the
city's sanitation by flushing all that
water into the sewers daily?
In a word, the steajn laundries arc
the application of the best modern
knowledge and skill to the work of
washing and ironing in the most thorough, cleanly and perfectly sanitary
way, and with the least possible wear
and  tear.
The Chinese shack laundries are the
antipodes of all  this.
That people send their clotting to
be slopped about In these Oriental
dives is a thing to be wondered, and
is only to be explained, as being due
to their not giving the matter serious
thought.
Cornwall  Pretest  Threwn  Out.
Ottawa, Sept. 24.���The N I* U, at
Us meeting Saturday threw out Cornwall's protest against the Nationals,
leaving the Tecumsehs champion*.
The only remaining game in the east
is the match between the Olj-mpk
team and a Montreal twelve in Montreal on Saturday.
GILLETTS
ABSOUTEDTPURE
CREAN
TARTAR.
Nearly .11 good. In (hi* lint at tha
present time tr. tdulier.t.d and in
/act unlit to u��.
GILLETTS is used by th. b.at baker* ami
caterer* everywhere.
REFUSE     SUBSTITUTES.
GILLETT'S costs no mora than the inferior
adulterated goods.
��� EFUS.     SUBSTITUTES.
E.W.GILLETT^r^
TORONTO. ONT.
Tenders   are   called   for   the   plumbing of   the   new    West     End    school'.
'house.       Plans     and     specifications;
ean    be    seen    at    the    City    Hall.
Tenders  must   be made, on  form sup-1
plied and  as  noted  on specifications.1
A cheque for 10 per cent, of vain.' of
contract must accompany tender, the,
same to be forfeited if contractor refuses to accept contract. Tenders must
he ln the hands  of the secretary  of
the. school board not later than twleve \
noon, Monday 2Sth of September, 190S.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
ROBKRT LE.NNIK,
Secretary.
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
I
���ynopsig ��� of    r
u��� '���fit
mi"1'   '    ���:������;'
ewati ,,
U"lr' *��y be ho-:
any , ,
family.,
;ot,
'' ePting7|
' ' ���"'��� male ove.
age, to the  ���,-,..
"ju of 1.60 .,
Application  fur
tlonol IGOacres.i0^
I
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mad.
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II
J. VV. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
������I
J
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given that the
voters' list for the year 190* has been
completed, and that the same may he
seen at tois office tor thirty days
from the date hereof; and any person
wbo shall claim to be added to Ue
said Voters' List, or nay elector who
shall desire to have any name erased
therefrom, must prefer hie or her request tn writing, signed with his or
her name, and shall deliver or cause
same to be delivered, to the City Clerk
within the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Olty Clerk.
CHy Clerk's Offiee, CHy Hall, New
Westminster, Sept. 4, l*m.
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"Get-Rich-Quick
Wallingford "
A Story of Promotion.     For Pleasure and Profit
PRICE - - $1.25
| J. J. MacKay & Co. |
;f Booksellers
Stationers
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News Dealers |::
��� ��%.* i ��V%������*������:4: �������.��:
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
RE   VOTERS'   LIST.
NOTICE is hereby given that a
Court will be held pursuant to tin-
Voters' List clauses ol New Westminster Act. 1888," an.l Amending
Acts, by His Hon... K W. Howay,
Judge <if the County Court, at the law
Courts in this City, on .Monday, the
.'.ih day of October, l.tON, at 10 o'clock
a. tn., to hear and determine sueh applications of which due notice has
been Riven.
All   persons   having   business   with
the   Court   are   required   to   attend   at
the  sai.l   time  and   place.    By order.
SV. A. DUNCAN,
City clerk and Clerk of said Court.
New Wesmlnster, Sept. ts. mos.
YES;
We Have a Telephone
\\ hats more we pay attention n. It, and order-, lor any
quantity or Blze of coal - -egg,
chestnut, sieve or furnace are
filled promptly with top grade,
easj burning coal. Qlad to
have you call, of course, bul the
'.{hone    win    bring    quick    ro
GILLEY BROS.
iiMirno
Accommodation
Wanted!
To accommodate all the Kue-sts who ;
will   visit   the city   during   Exhibition
time, it is desired that all household- j
ers   prepared  to  otter  accommodation
at   reasonable   rates  will   leave  their j
addresses   with   Ewdard   Hoult,  billet-
Ing agent, at the City hall, where all <
Information  can   be obtained. i
ALEX.   GARRETT,
Chairman of Billeting Committee
Notice
A urop in Prices
Smiths Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -     50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
on.
m-? nu
'"���> by the ���
land!, ^
an Int. . >
form  th. ...        ' ""
01 ""  ���   '      * plau<
(1)    v' ��� -' >������ ftntu.
:'       ::' '     Mltta
>:l1-'11 J'eai Ei   tbrei :..a;.'
'-'   A ' ' ������ leader maj
desires, perl rm the  r^i
dence  d ities by Uving r,5
land owm I  wlely bv hij,
u**u- *���'*���'���''������ ������ rei mgj
��� the vicinity 0f bis h.ian^]
|ownership iu laml t**\\ m>
requirement..
13)    If the father (or motiKI
father Is deceased) of a ioti
jtus permanent residence oj t
land owned solely by Uaj
than eighty (80) acre. |t,
the vicinity of the hotnest^T]
on a homestead mmi ��]
Id tbe vicinity, such Immhh
perform his own resldecol
living with tt* lather (ori
(4) Tne term "vWrntj" ||
preceding paragraph! it tit,
meaning not more akaiiiMi
a direct line, excluBlvA nt tkn_
of road wlowascei crcstt. i|
measurement
(5) A fcometieita littMkJ
perform hli resldenc* totbH'
cordasce with tbe abou *\*jA
with parents or on farming mil
ed by blm&elf must notify ���_* j
lor the district of inch iMwk
Six months' notice li *i.'.__(|
be given to the CommiHloM.
minion Lands at Otttwi, ol vi
to apply for patent.
W. W, COM. I
Deputy of the Minister otibilMJ
N.  B.���CnautBortrej Nbllci
thlfl advertisement will tot ..|
for.
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CANADIAN PACIFIC I
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIP*
Phone 97.
GROCERS
BOOKING TO   AND FROM I
POINTS   IN   THE OLD COfll
CAN  BE A It HANG ED AT T3!|
FICE.
Next   nalllngt   of tie EV-f
iSept I and 18.
For  other  dates and H    -1
api_lv to
ED. GOTH.
C. P. K- **\
.Nulice is hereby given that tlie Vancouver Power company,  Limited, has
tliis day deposited in tlie Land Registry  Office  at   the City  ol   New   Westminster,   British   Columbia,   the   plan
and  book of  reference of the  West-
ininster-Ciiiiliwael- Railway Extension
from a point at or near lots one and i
two,  city  block  four  in  the  City  of
New Westminster, to Abi utsford pass- |
lng through    the    Municipalities    ofl
Surrey, Delta,   Langley,   Matsqui   and
the   townsite   of   Abbotsford   in     the'
District   of   New   Westminster,   being
Bectlon   one,  two   and   three  of   said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands nnd Works for I
the Province of British Columbia,
Dated this Tth day of August, A. D.
1908
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor   for  the   Vancouver   Power
Company Limited.
SPICY
Pure Spices in  1-4 lb. pk��s.
y    Guaranteed
full strength and weight. Money returned if not better than any you have
At
Ryall's Drug Store
Wt   MEAN   IT
WHEN GOING
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOL 'J>|
"THE NORTHWESTERN I
Eight Trains Every Dm'��� *e 1
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Pi
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OFFAM*
THE    NORTH-\NESTER;;,tlJ
Embodies the neweit^"".J^
lor   COMFORT
and   LUXURY.
both   electricity ���- -    .    ���
brilliantly   illuminated   ��
uipmrnt ��'���
CONVENIfN��
It is l.*bte<3 f
and  8a!
tbe:
compartmtnt  .���'������
world.
private   ,..,,,,.. ���- , i
r6 action deepen, MJ&m
car. reclining chair car.       .   .1
crachrs ana
brary and smoking car*.
all oo �� '
G?H8WUfj|
P.O.Box 474.       Tel, B3.       Res.  429
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought    Iron   Gates,   Fences,   Crest-
ings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire    Escnpes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
Office and  Works:
lHiith.tre.t,  ���   NewWestminster
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Tnk of Montreal^
ESTABLISHED 1817.
J  114,400,000.00
fcAPlTAL-    '*'   " $11,000,000.00
PSERVE ".'  'nadaand'Newioiindland. and   In   London.   England,
fe ����S atTspoKane. U.S.A.. and Mexico City.    A Gen-
*ftld' .   ��t     Denoelta received In sums of $1 and upward!,
psss-n?:* u ��- <.���������-> ���
- TT. SSSfffc - -_"    ��- ��- ��""����� ���"**-���
$1 a week deposited with us
iktaWiiifehim-;:;:,.���'���" mo"��""
4    _    *   Hnlhr  Rill     I'.'1- ^  your pock...  it would
lilt Ol   a UOIIdl   Dill    prolat)1> amount to nothing.
W   member, plea*,   .hat  any   investment   which
proi to make you rich over-nlght  Is a sat- .hm,     ^
"Saatnrt today hy depositing One^lar or more
I    \ tings Department,  If you  are  seeking a solid
,{"1*     "on which to build a future competency.
��� foundation    u|^ ��� ,,���.���._.���. nre
r��nH,,rted     Collections *">��� =
kinq Business Conduciea.
General   Ban.      H ,      m���j,
I���    -i.factonly   Made.
Prtmptly   and    Sav
ft
Knowledge is Power
for
KNOWLEDGE is not combed to  "book
learning."  In thia busy w��_irlcl of ours,
education  is but   the preparation
tbe higher school of life.
The knowledge
acquired by the
makers of " Pro-
gress Brand"
Clothing has made
their names a power
la the mercantile-
world.
Their knowledge
"Progress Brand
Garments
The knowledge of "Progress Brand" gives
every man the power to buy stylish, perfect
fitting, excellently made clothes, at the very
lowest prices.
The only knowledge that must be
acquired is, what
dealer handles
"Progress Brand."
Know this, and you
have the power to
j^et the best values
iti Clothesdom. Best
%^ %J 14/       *   V **J 1 **  ���'
Is Worth
While
In threi   her le in the North Oxford,
Ont., Cow Testing Association   son.
_,'.hj.| records  were made in the    last
.regular monthly test.    One cow gav<
[1340 pounds milk testing 3.1 per cent,
tat, ami two other cows in two other
herds  each gave over    1550    pounds
I milk testing 3.0 and 3 I  per cent, tai
In the Bagotville, Que., Associattaa
Mu ..-acli of '.'iy   s-.x   herds*"recoVded
th.ro were    Individual    cow.,   giving
over 1000 pounds  milk,  all of them
testing ::.;; and over.
Ormstown, Que., also had a good re-
icord, for in ten herds duly tested,
��� One cow gave 1000 pounds milk; one
went a. high as 1110 iwunds milk testing 3.6, Such cows are well worth
keeping. Bu; the fact remains, \uj-
loi-tiiruuel;. thai there are plobaliis'
hundreds of cows in the Dominion that
are not  worth  keeping.
For Instance In the DIxvllle, Que..
Association fourteen cows in one herd
|gave a total yield ol .27 poJ"*'*: 9* l."._
' tei   fat in  the  month;   btil in an ad
jjoining farm it took twenty-one cows
I i.i give 103 pounds of fat during the
same time,   Think of it. half as man.
rows pgain to feed and mili< and provide accommodation for, and yel    receive  no  more   income  from'.    The
work    of    these    associations    helps,
farmers to discover the cows thai are
worth  keeping, aud enables them   to
detect and dispose of the unprofitable
Bummer and winter boarder.
1 11 til ���Liiunicuf,,.
of values, of style and tailoring, has made the
"Progress Brand" trademark a power for
high quality.
The knowledge of what and where to buy
thus becomes a power in economy that may be
translated into dollars and cents.
dealers in Canada handle "Progress Brand"
Clothing. They know that they can guarantee
it to their customers because the makers
guarantee it to them. Knowledge is power.
Turn your knowledge of clothing to good
account by buying'' Progress Brand'' Clothing.
Sold and guaranteed by
���*"����� ������ ��
REID & CO., New Westminster
Pilfering   Fair   Exhibits.
The   directors of   the fair on   Saturday were compelled to adopt stringent    measures  to   prevent  a  repetition of   last   year's   wilful taking  of
the   fruit   exhibits.     It   will no doubt
sound queer and appear as a severe
reflection on the people attending the
fair  that special constables have  to
be  sworn in for this purpose, but it
was, agreed on all sides that if the
fair was to continue to be a success
such steps were necessary.   The   directors hope that by adopting these
! preventative means  that people    will
I realize the exhibits are private prop-
lerty,  and leave them  alone;   if they
do not, and are caught, examples will
be made of the offenders.���Armstrong
Advertiser.
office   ot
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10YALBANK/g^^
������  I    1 Total A***l*
'7,400,000
JCapital M$ Reterve
{$8,290,000
Incorporate*^
1869
BANKING BY MAIL A SPKC/.lAl-'1 V'
DO fl MOW���DOft't _*��ELiA* ���
Jjew Westminster Br'.wch.-     F. B. V\ *-^*  ���*r*
Interest added four t-YivT-m * *��**���
I ,i���._   and sma .
HOME   SAVINGS BANK, in la*** e&mm .
���sizes., furnished on application.
ffiF New Westminster Opera House I
, ?^?^^M"W^'^^^^,^W^S_^^**^,l*ai^^^^^^^^.:    -. -^    ���
(NtW   WESTMINSTER,   B.C. 1
Under the   Auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary   Royal   Columbian   Hospital. |
MONDAY and TUESDAY Nights, Sept 28 and 29
THF. BK.U Tt.'t'L  MUSICAL FAIRY SPECTACLE.
lsylvania
cksmitns ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
BEST   QUALITY
NFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
YERS y PRESTON
i _-_  ~ 'Phonw It*
|0. Box  345 |.
MB ng, FOOT Of SBTH. -  ��� NEW �����������
, C. Mills, Timber and'
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
������**���__*�����������������*������
Manutactmr.T* ond D.������*�� ����� Att Km* "' -^
abe,     Lath,  Shingles,   Moulding.,   Sash,  Door*.
Itk terior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc ,
cish and Fruit Boxes.
U^ ^ Stock Plain and Fancy GUts.
fARML HS*ATrENTION!
Stock for Fencing and Draining.
j Sapperton and at the
Post Offlc* Inspector.
1 JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Poet Office Inspector.
Post Office Inspector's Office, Van.
I couver, B.C., 21st August. 1998.
PROFESSIONAL.
A.VHEALLER, BARRI8TER, SO-
��� licitor, etc., 412 Lorne Street,
opposite Court House, New Westminster.    Phonfi 143,
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
I Columbia street, New Westminster.
I W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, coraei
Clarkson and Lorne streets,
er       ADVERTISE      "��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
j Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*, jCrocer
Ladles'Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch*"    open
face, |6.00.
Gentlemen's Sliver Watcnes, douhla
case, 97.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watchea, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.    \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewe.ry. etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
MAIL CONTRACT
GEQRQB B. MARTIN. Barrister and
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum-
via and MCKfinxie streets, New West
minster, B. 0.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent Meek,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets. New Weatminater, B. C.
"THE   PIXIES"
. ..��iu_.in "etc. Given by home talent under
BJ   ,V   A. laW author of     ^��       *    ^ ^
tne  personal oirecuuu
-. = �� ind CHILDREN IN CA8T���250.
^VOUNG LADIES AND CHL ^^
a;i   ta   ^otesaue   and   henuU >,   cost  ^   ^
B-wnles, Gobltos, luse^. Monke, .^   ^^  ^^   ^
fl"C7HOUB��^FUMHOFROUC.WrA,��VUAND.
Thursday-   morning,   September
prices-25c to *1-0a   Sale opens   Thursdaj
���,. ���  Kvalls Drug Store.
VV. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 169.    Telephone 6*.
SEALED TENDERS   addressed   to
the Postmaster-General,  will .be  re-
ceived at Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, for the ooHectipn
of letters on a t>rop6se<J contract   foF
four years, from the proposed street
Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster,   from   the   Postmaster-General's pleasure. 1
Printed notices  containing    further
information as to conditions of   proposed Contract may be seen and blank
forms of Tender may be obtained at
i Post Offices of New Westminster   and
g=���   ���T    UmHi1.   I Westminster
Tenders for Heating .
��� Transfer Co
TBNDERS are   -iled   tor   heating |
FW Alw;
��y�� in
d Gly Brat * Co[^jL
.  ncor of the Rusesll hotel.,^^^^^^^
I me upper "w��r " | ,pnone 1R>.
partlc��,ars and plans can ha seen at (D ^^
L offlcea of B. J* �� Nortberl,
\.n sank building, aurtng regular
"I!     b.-    Tenders will be receiv-
oflin- hours..
f.i till  October  1. I908
Te.Wtion^ tt
Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Btreet
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part ot tlie city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Of PICS���TRAM DITCfr
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New Westminster Opera House
FRIDAY, SEPT. 25
THE  SEASON'8 EVENT I
H   H   FRAZEE'S PIQUANT MUSICAL   MIXTURE
ISLE   OP   SPICE
-The Gingerbread Man," etc.   Music by Paul   Schindler   and    Ben
^'���Trenty Son8 Hit. and Unique Dances.    The  Peer of all  Musical
Comedies.   The Ori9lnal Production Company of Sixty Peop.r.
AMERICAN   BEAUTY   CHORUS.
Positively   the   Great.*,    Prettiest,   Singing,   Acting   and   D.ncn.
Chorus  Ever Organlxed.
ENTIRE  PRODUCTION
p.rHLY STAGED HANDSOMELY GOWNED
C_.EVERLYAA��CTeD . P_*R��CTLY PRESENTED
5        Prices $1-50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.   8eaU on Sale Sept. 22. j
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WILL BE SUNG BY PIXIES'
Lads  and   Lassies   Will  Ably   Support
Principals   in   Musical  Melange  to       ���
No bitterness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It is piquant
in witness���but delicate, giving jurt
the rigM ��avour.   Use no other.
is.
Be   Presented   Next   Week.
aws
!
This is the season to ���
cut your
Besides   Lhe  Incidental    music    for
4| the drills, marches, ,  ... the following
numbers will be heard In "The Pixies"
n.xi  Monday  and Tuesday nights,
# ACT I.
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
.Prices Right.
��� j Cradle  Song     Kate
��� Miss .Alvina Munn as Queen
*' Hall i.i Hi. Morning Sun ...
Xl Chorus of  17.*. Falrle
IV,
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Will  Srn n   Her  Path   .
Chorus of Fairies.
'our  Littl.   Butt, rflles
Winnii-    .'mn. ron,    Helen
Louise    Maxwell,    J. an
Vauna.i
Tttanla
. ..Milne
.. .Miln,.
I COLLEGE BENEFITS BY
j   WILL OE MILLIONAIRE
	
Donor oi Mysterious Bequest
Becomes Known When
Will Is Probated.
. . .   Milti.
Agar,
Runcie,
Yiiyn,.  Williams  and   Llllh
SUM   -I-   ti UL'! Hi. -.
1 Can'i  Forget  Y.m, Honej
ll.l-n Bennett,
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ANDERSON!
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Weatmlnster,  B. C.
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Boys
 Milne I
Prince
We Have
ALL KINDS OP
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the beat quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Off With ., St. Wi- i
Chorus of Thlrtj
l Am Lhe Prince	
Miss Gertrude Weart
Florlrael.
The Mapl.   Leaf Forever	
Chorus oi 200 Voices.
Tell Me, Will Mj Dream Com. True,
Miss Bea Laird as Angelica, nml
Mr.   F.   M.   Kilt.iano.     as     ('holly
Chrysanthemum.
Amazon   March   and   Drill   by   twelve
young Ladles in Wild West uniform.
Victory Will Crown Us  Milne
Chorus, of 200 Pixi-s and Fairies.
Act II.
Let Our Anvils Loudly Ring Milne
The Goblins.
A Happy Roving Pair  Milne
Mr. Laurie Johnson as an Italian
minstrrl   with   his  trick   monkey.
George Kelly.
Chinaman Will Mally Milne
Douglas Robson as Wun Lung.
Maybe      Rosey
Mr. Filgiano.
Love Is Tyrant  Victor Herbert
Miss  Gertrude   Weart.
The Toy Monkey ..From the tieisa ..
The Toy Monkey ...From The Geisha
Twelve young ladies as Japanese
maidens.
A  Lesson  With the Fan  ..D'Hardelot
Miss  Laird  and  Japanese  maids.
When   Hearts  Are   True     Milne
i
Mis . Weart ,'in;l Miss Munn.
The Plan of a  Woman Always
Succeeds Milne
Miss Munn.
Mammy'_S Black Lambs  Milne
Cross and Klngsley Han as
Helen Walker. Daisy Dawe, Geo.
Cross and Klngsley Han as pickaninnies.
COD SAVE THE KING.
Two full rehearsals will be held at
the opera house Saturday, at   9  a.m.
an.l 7 p.m.   The young people will rest
on Monday and be ready to entertain
the crowded  house  which  Is  sure to
great them.
New York, Sept. -4.���The probating
of ih will of Henr; J. Braker, a millionaire importer, reveals the sourc.
of the $500,000 bequest io Tufts' college for founding a school of finance
and accounts and concerning which
neither President Hamilton nor ani
of tb.- college trustees could give ani
...Milne|Information.    N'earli  $4,000,000 ls dis-
Pixie-
W
.Miini-
. Miln,
pos<"l of bi the will, whicli Includes
$1,300,000 left in trust to Mrs. Braker
ana $1,000,000 for founding in ihis
city a Braker memorial bouse. Mrs.
Braker, who was formerly Miss Katherine Thomasine Qelshenen, became
Mrs. Braker on June 1, H'OT, the day
on which the will was drawn. Mr.
Braker died In England last month.
Double Arrest in Midway Murder Case1
Nicola,  Sept.  24.���John    Rice,    and
Harold Greeu are the two men arrested  yesterday  suspected  of  being implicated in  the Midway  murder. They
have been taken lo Nelson, where the j
preliminary   hearing  will   take    place1
next   week.     Both   are     Englishmen,!
and w.-r.   arrested at the Middlesboro;
collieries,   as   answering  the   descrip-,
tion of the men wanted for the mur-
der of Hotelkeeper Thomet of Midway!
a few weeks ago.    No firearms were
found  upon either  Rice or Guieu.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���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  ttn,\   Sixth
24���._,r. avenue and Second.
2R���Fifth   av��i".e and   Vmirth.
26���Fifth avenue and Wighth,
27���Third avenue nnd Tenth
32���Agnp? and Sixth.
34���Schaake  Machine Works
3r,���fnlti-nbin   .nd McKenzie,
SR--P. p R   Stntlnn.
42_-Smnll   R- Bucklin  Mills.
"THE
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
-William Jennings Bryan
 WE WANT	
 EVERYBODY	
to Know that the place to buy, either   for speculation,  or   a   Five
Acre  Homo, where you get all City Facilities is
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER  FRONTAGE SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
PLANKED ROADS INDUSTRIAL SITES
DITCHED LAND ALL CITY FACILITIES.
Call and get oar Price List at once, as this  means dollars to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 -109
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FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A.James    j. McCiughan
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Front Street    Trust Blocl*
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
('ars   for Vancouver  and    way
stations  will  run every half-
i
hour   from  5:1.0 a. m.     Last
car leaves at 11  p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars have thc depot every
twenty mtautes Ior both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
British Columbia
J;***********^*^*******-.:*
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. na.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past ani fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   Half-hourly between S 30 a.m. and 11  p.m.
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Bargains
Every Day
At Morey3s
40 piece Tea Sets, English China,  $4.50 to $20.00.
Hi piece Toilet  Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things in China arriving
every week now.
Come ami Bee.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
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��� IN --
THF        DAILY        NEW!.
fail QUICK  RETURN8.
Complete Stock
In Every Department
'T'he new fall goods are here with the ranges al
A most complete. Here and (there some article
is missed, but these keep arriving one by one. and
with lines as full as at present shopping is made
easy. If we have not got what you need vve will
endeavor to procure it for you. Read about these
special lines below.
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New Trimmings in the
Millinery  Section
sin..-, millinery ojit-nin-.' many new Bhapes and -..:.....,-.,
novelties have arrived, addlnp tone and lini.-h to many new
productions from an;- workroom. Fin.' largi bla. ... while
and colored feathers, new metallic effeots, gold
pins and buckles as well as many handsome Bowen in all
the popular fall shadings -ire bere ir. abundanci to bi select
e.l by our customers, and arranged hi a mannei most b&
coming to them. We again advise you to leavi
early.
Warm Blouses for
Womens' Fall Wear
a choice from  $2.00 to $5.50
Our stock of fall waists consists of an entirely new range
of Shallte, Delaine, Nuns Veiling. Cashmere, Lustre, etc.
Some are appropriately trimmed
with Oriental lace yokes ami
collars. Three-quarter or long
sleeves are shown in all styles.
We stock sizes from "2 tf. 42.
Our  range  of  prices  offers  you
Boys' Sweaters
65c. to $1.00
A line of boys' sweat.-rs which
we bought as soon as we saw
it because we were sure it was
what boys would like. These
sweaters are. made of heavy
wool, fine ribbed and with roll
collar edg.'d with white, navy
or red, contrasting with body;
colors of navy, cardinal and
white; all sizes from four years
to fifteen y< ars.
Tweeds for Boys'
Clothes
So man] mothi rs ... ��� Mi
hoys' clothes, To :.���-��� ��e tuition the faci :. it ... bave ie-
ceived a nets lim I Halifax aad
Oxford tweeds, In dark i
and small patti :.-. dilf. ���"���'
weights are -!.. -��� i '��� thesi we!
known maki - ��� ��� '���-   :-'
yard          50c to 65t
Select Styles in Ladies'  Broadcloth Coals
$18.00 to $35.00
Sucli a ran--.,  of prices as this affords an excellent chance to select a mosl Btylish coat
are all made of German broadcloth, which is thoroughly shrunk and sponged, there..}  rend,
spottable.    A  permaneni  lustrous finish is peculiar to these coats.   They are mad.-   ���>
fitting backs in three-quarter and seven-eighth lengths, and are trimmed with suitable quantities o
braids, buttons, velvet collars and cuffs, and you cannot find a defect in   workmanship   In   an
colors are navy, brown, green, cardinal  and  black. **���
Cream and Colored Madras Muslins
A continually growing demand is springing up for this serviceable window drapery. vrtlSUC
and fine lace patterns do much towards promoting its popularity. Every person knows what 2
wearing material it is.   Our new fall range larger by far than at any previous Beason Is bow   n
Madras Sash Curtaining
badii
��� _l.ni
In  cream only;  made  with loops at top for running on rod, with pattern designed
curtains.   Per
elally to' Bnct
nd...
,15c a
Plain  Cream  Madras  for Long Curtains
20c to &*'
we snow over twenty patterns, all different, in these i-L.tin muslins; Ml widths. Pei >��� ���' ���    "
Colored Madras   Muslins
in a range of beautiful colorings and designs.   Largely used for arch curtains 01  drapes. ��in""
i._ to J'-1*
tainv and screens,    Per yard
35c to ���
You will find  in our large House Furnishing Department a complete stoc
Furnishings, such as Blankets, Sheetings, Pillow Cottons, Pillows, Lace Curtai
Tapestries, Comforters, Quilts, Table Covers, Art Draperies, etc., etc.
W. S. Collister & Co.
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