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 White, Sides & Co.
^ESTMINST^B^
White, Shitos \ io
RfcAl   P��!4VI
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
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Cunningly Contrived Plot.
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"inched  bore! lng to f  ���     ���
and  Bb�� *;' -"      '      '   :
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(     ( ,.t���;. t Cotton  Opf .n  Absence of the
er    Fine   Fruit   and   Poultry  Exhibits   fcw
Chid   Feature*    Ent. -'- Nearlj   Double
P  a-i k u * �� ear*    Poultry Annex.
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��� avenrip   a   OS       I   "-��� *��� ���*��   *'
oolliers ope����_3 Mm   ^   ^   ^   ^^  ^.^     j��
The Tara brought m��. 0* Ok M
mt ,*.! Frank HtWM ..;. Am.r,a-an ac-
I ned of hemp a __pj sad having ir.
Jhfc- HMMIUl-l ma?? of Salvador.
Ma-oT-c had recently NMM trom Ahm
pala. Honduras   He was taken ashore
From
Brutally   Using   Him.
Phoenix    Aria.,    Sept.    it    n<w^
comes  from  Kelvin,  a  mlnl&g  camp
100 miles east ol here, of a most das
tardly outrage, perpetrated '���>> unknown outlaws, .lames Marts, a pros.
pector, To years old.  wns the victim
-        /   . llv a.  his camp a.  IV-ilcg \Veii. a  (ou
;-. .   _        a ',.    .       anamVI ...        . a .1   ...  1       la 11*1 1.11,1
.   ���
San   F:-_.._ioi-,po    ^	
���     9B Bates the arm.. eaoajied  with a  few  bruises.
... bb__u__]   &  Sons in the
...
. r '������-������.     -'.���:..*  an ac-
I .,11 money- raw lve_l by
....    u   general   agent  and
..-.-..  maaaget and attorney la fact
I -   *.:..   plaintiS   in thajhy officers at Aeainila
;ij   the defendant of all i
.   ..- the real and personal es-
... properties  of  the  p.aiutiff
;:...   bi   ���-"���:��� ���'������*>' of August. 1.S9, up
���   ������_.   .-���;. daj  of August. 1908, and
..- of all moneys paid  . j
...   to  the   plaintiff or   to
-.:..  plaintiff, or lawfully on
f th.   plaintiff,  in  the course
.: th. agenej and mauagement aforesaid,        chief place of  buslneas for
Ing on of such agency and
_...-.     ..aving   always   been   In
:* Victoria  in  the   province
i Col imbla, and for the pay-
;;.,��� defendant  to tbe plaln-
.:; moneys upon the taking of
���.nits   found   to  be   due   aivi
..        .- the defendant to the plain-
' .' tlon   to   t
- ���   .    brown   into   the   enemy's
,   revival of an old action
:   in   1901,   asking,  on  the
Dunsmuir senior, for the
:. oi   certain   shares   in   the
. ��� o business then and now
ion Jami -.   Thia sui'. In
were d. Uv< re ',. nevei
ial   and   through   some   at
nai counts )le reason was al
stand, no move having ben
lave  it  dismissed    through
���    c ninn.    Messrs,   Elliott
i  have today applied the
���    this train,  whicb  may  result
in ioi      ���., ile  tiie  works,
.  troubles and costly liii-
- ' on In which this estate has been
��� is.-, through the fact that,
tbe   ime of his death, the late Hon.
K. Dunsmuir, the founder of the present   .   ���   fortune,  left   two  wills,    or
ae mas not  a. will, as it had
Igned.   Tae  original   will
��� ������    thing absolutely  to his wid
ow    >i   . .loan Dunsmuir. th - plaintiff
Si ni   anion.     Accorrtim;   lo
. i  i.r draft   will,  which   ii  la
. leratood   waa  the resull
���: .  asultatlons,  the    estati
. en nu re evenly divided.
afti r    Mr.   Dunsmuir's
angemenl   to administer
ma le, wbli b it i
-as ali .i,: the llnet   laid down
a . the estate was
........     in the i stent oJ
.  in .   ann lally, this
'   i       nl   not    prove   Bal ���
eni Ire   family,  and
ii ga
i,i w al  stake a'-e va*
��� '  at from  twenty   to
.      lollars, and Include thi
. tluable
. -I smith   and  tbe
the
���   -.-til	
<       There an
nearly   double thai   of    laM
S]iec,i j .....    to  t
���;.-..       -a   ���- ���
. -.; ..!,.:   taken
��� ��� . . .   panch   ���
. . Bton   ot  a
i  house :,,   , xhib ts,   and
;-,   ��� .. .....
.     *'. --      " ��� ������ "���     '��� ������	
 1       ���*���'���  ........
.     .      ���. .. v    *  i " e post offlc
t, A. Lnsb. ���
���      . i   Munn. F   0
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ettt*  at**  ta  *  -        '������ ��� "'      ' '
teWtett*     not   only    SI      -     ���   ��      '      " ' "'      '
,,eeti��i im al sevew     ��� ��    1"f
.,.,,,      .    ,,,,i.,, Bt_ggeeted tit.  tventy^wo  comt         iaA   ��
.,  . u��.������ ������ ������ "������ \ mt ^Vr r
.,-   ,h.   chaH-men   o,   i'n,   vRriou,   'V���        *Ve*��a*1     f -     M      FMrre
..,_ oitheboSrd   ,.u,t,hem  e,,    P���peilnrendent    ot    agiienltm-e.
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.   ���,   r-ark, isi";     ' ' '
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bet,     dist net
<y        .. ���    : .;������.
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iSoi      .. .......      . n...    ���
Ol    ***** .
being no  entr,     ...    - '        "
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witf   -,-,..
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, *.,     :���.... ov-
'  ���   ���      ���'������      '���   "���'.'���n ot  ;..-       eenl__gs  .v.i   pweWemt suggested i'-*   twenty-t'wo  comti ssioni  -
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���    ��� ���    ' '���        '        ���'���������-      '���   -���-;-    ��* ;���^';^r'^on "lo'VmiiComptroller Baldwin.  Maxwell  Smith
**v. and tV i ,-.-,,-        i--      *?�������^^
> ��� ^ ' ������ -��� '���"���"���'"���'- * ���   ,Nim as l   * -	
I;,.,   ,,,   exi Ii    ...    hi   alb. van.   es    The scarlet Queen of Kng
llOa.l-,.
qualit
aad  were  tm ���>   '   ** rt   ****&**    wevP   ",VlP
,h|!  , v; ,     , Choiei ..... .v..   all tree bh>
Official* '*'>��� '     ���XK('K''   pe'aR      lV ''
The ...i..--   ��>������'���>'      ^���';v>-   ''��� C-lPerkina      ��������   variety ot the torn
OUTLAWS TORTURE JUitD
PROSPECTOR AT HIS CAMP	
"    '                               Tbe   .  d. <-���-   *>i*i       Poulttj     J,   C   PeikinR. a new  variety of the Rivoi   iceinii in me dx��. x_. ,-u^v^
Old  Miner  Managed to Escape TwIcS   DlxOtt, Vancoui        nit. Thomas 8el   -.,   . wa��   perhaps one  et   the    ���    .. ...meniF made Ity  1). S. Curtis
Pair of Greasers Who Were      wood   an :.   Richard  Layrlts   VlCtftrtia.   ..... .       t    .1   Wiight. Oa\ ������ &   'i ,. r. >-,.,-. ior,  wiih  ih? l.adnei  roal
vegetables     V\     .   I      tvood .'en."-   g, .,., s Sone were the chiel "'       wa. iv.-diHv - finished," ih-n*
Westmlnstei      tom-r-.   Henrj    60S    ,\' ,   eompettttvi. oAeisee.   appea -  to be  some    doubt    as   to
adios   ��..i.   M-   Ryan   VancottVfer, Uii   Wi ytng ott the priie fov    '  '"
and  Mrs. Barclay, Westminster; chil-Uho exhl   1  ol   cut   Ifttwera,
being p***t in ihe form of a motion.       Kowf, Secretary of Vaneouvv tottrts,
tMs<_*uee_onS   aivimd   ih,   tahU   cen    ?i~Roeiaiion, snd Mr. Stewrirl   \'nneon
.   ��� .-.   mostly on the condi'i.Mi  Ot  th<=   vf-r.    X\\e\   leli   'he  Hoi.t   v   *���
badn-e* and 1\tti Moody roads, neither  v.*  ']ieci.l B. <". T.  R e., alxim fl a.m.,
l^ing in the besl of shape. acc-M-dinfe   missed thp ho.'   coniv* 'ioii  ��ili tive
BoHOftMl Al  '-i.\.=i,vn    This mn.'-      ���
Pf.li..  iwo houvc Lite a'  l.ii.in..'
Westminster   Party.
Mef,n��hile    ^i*7'    automobiles
had
,���.���������- exhthtu, G v*...,i- Roberts
school Vancouver, and John Ooyle
ol ��� , ag cultural so-
,,,,, w0rki unnaglngly, and ��wch
credit    ���    ���  oa   lo��  seereary,
F   H
two Mexicans surprised hiii. sudden   Wrlghl .*
___^______________l __________________________________________________H___________________^H       Oppnuto
Them   was a --  la^ attendance
at thi opening ceremon_v. among thoBe
night, bound, blindfolded him and
then robbed him While thej wen
thus    engaged,    Man/,    slipped    his
builds   -ind   escaped.       The    Mexicans
pursued and captured him, setting   1
can of water just  beyond his reach lo
torture him    He was already hungry,
not   having  had   a   supper     after
day's work.    Fortunately he was
to again  release himself after  a  linn
tn   Kelvin and   gave  thi
rubbers secured  a  sin.;
present being Hon. F. C Cftrti 1 Got
ton, president ol lhe executive ooun
ell, and n pi. tentative ot Rlcatflond.
Thou .1 ��� Bandei wn, pi 1 sldenl. \ - 1
andei Philip, Xorlb Vnncouver; Reevi
Uj 1 ne. 01 Hm n.iio . 1-" R, Qlovi 1 al
his I slstniit general manager, lt. C. S  H.
ible
and escaped
alarm.    The
gun.  a
money
pistol
and
B   few   dollars   in
ONTARIO POPULATION
IS ON TOE INCREASE
Toronto,   Sept.    17.    Si al 1st les    <ni-
leeted from municipalities ami  Is   led
it of agriculture us a
bulletin
Ontario
show
last   year
by tlie depart mei_
thai   the population ol
wus  2,200,362,    as
compared  with 2,112,846 Id   LMuti, ihe
Ini rease being confined to urban 1 mi
munltles, the  rural  population
Ing ;i _(mall decrease,
The a   -    ed  values uf properl
1907    aggregated    11,148,081,07*
1 pare 1   with $14.03,BO. 688   in
bis the taxes collect ed amounl
in
From tl
,,1   to  $19,529,189 in
$18,021,428 in  l��06.
1907
mil  nearh   all  the  members ol   the
Hiii:. ipal   1 Ulincll,   and    publi,     be In   ���
of liniiii.)   .ui,1  South   Vanoouvei
lu the absence ol Hon. \i\, hal I
\ii it' nie ibe dui 1 oi opening - ha
bow again Cell lo Vti I !ai lei Cotton
Before calling on him to do so, Ml
Philip expressed i hi i ord Ial . mpa
tbies ui North Vanoouvei wiiii tuelr
effort^, .md hoped thai  Central  Parkisevera
WOUld   In! l>   llieii   BboW   llcios--.   liu    in  | Hocks    linnnis   wei,
let     ll'.\l     \e;ll
Mi   Cai tai Cotton �� as  well  rei 11 ���
mi. in ibe course of his remarks hi
laid li   wai   the fourth time hi b ul
opi ie il ��� ml exhibition, and etti b I im
ii   showed  Iniprovemeni    in   vai lei >.
quantity  and  quality,    He  was glad
thai tin-. 11.1,1 iiniib    ui b good use ol
[the poultrj    liibiing. ns li jii-ifiiied the
got 1 ni 11 ..    11 1 in- oaSlStanos Ihej had
given,  .hi.1   ; hi y   wei e    sal Islled   ths
inline., bad been oconotnically laid otil
. .   :u ���  ... 1   on.  of theii  ."
m indu ii Is 1,      There
1    call    110 Until  .'. the amotinl
���i    ,.. .ii 1     produi ad  In   ami
- .   .-
^aM
��� 1
in
> Sdl*��' snd Children's Exhibit**-,
In lai '     wo  .  thi re was a con. id
      M ���������      Mabel   I.i---. tt
-    ; for best collection
���   fancj   ",,;:*     i^'her  useful
0l   the   housewife's  energy
ft-eri 1 . ��� sh! Its oi home made breed
Che best   linkers  wen-
\l   .    \t    *,r        nei   m  .    V'lod-haiii.
Mrs    1 ivet \   ana   Miss   Noi a
ti, e, |i can led ovei   prises toi  excellent   wot 1,   ot! lai   tin' ���     l.eonai il
w .   ���    won the lenlot gi adi  pi *������"  toi
a map of 11 C
Menu,.11  Bhoul 1  be made 0!    Mi -;
Sti v..1        ihll;-   of butter, thi  beet
ij  thi      .. lud, whii ii both won  (it*l ���
Poiitti y.
Tile    , be   ��� -.    toi    ...in.     11   in 11 1 .-.1
141, \\'. Walker, ol Buriittltlam, was
I large prise wlnher, and gained the
ipeolals '"I i" Bl ihoi oughbred fow:.
and . efll watei fowl, while lhe :"'
prise Poultry fiani. liiiinaliy. also won
  Jjvlileil   iietWPen
F, .1. \'b s. .1. Rumble, .md vV Walker,
iiufTs and wbiteS, ot the same tavoi ite
breed lm Itldi d good exbibtls tl ttm Uu
Surprise Poultrj yards (W, Klrkhtim),
w Brown and th exhlbltora ilread
Mini' 1 1 bere wei ��� sottie exi ��� 11""1
Wyandottes penned, silver, goMi tt and
while, while in the Columbian   Bi -
tie-;    MaXWell    Umitli    WHS    1    ,      .mill-Mil
lejfblbitor,    Thi    Rhode t* un I   fi   <
���.\ 1 1 "    Bllppol '<   I    bv    11
\v. I-;- i'_M_
��� ii-,. 1 mi;-oene--. ... 1 ' ��� ��� , poorly
aided by exhibitors, but thi 1. . 101 ���.
1 lasses proved as populai  i   i
the  luiff  klnii< ^^^^^^
appear-*   to      --
���   WOl^i Will he accepted bj   pickt^l up T. ,1. Trapp, pi-esidem R. A.
the Delta couaoll becAttise of the "iv ,<���   1   swtety, Aid  .i;iv.i'i-   .epl-e��eW
...,,,   (��ttdltlO�� of lhe hithwiit   ii,,;. ih.   AVj,  eoiim-il. and  A. K.While,
���       ob   ��as l��tssed     ilthoriilni   -. ,   ,���,?   ,tv   bOaVd oi  'vide,  on
.. .oi  bo write to Reeve i1"  , ��� ���..lnni.-ia  sv-.ei. and   Wte&l    ���*nu. 10
ti   -������' iinpiiriiia whethf-v lhe hoard et ��� in,1nf.v   iu   *.,,..,l.   whe,P   ilv-\   had  to
��� -.- ..".rd as^si his council in    1.  �� ..  ,iv irrlt ���; ���- thi . ��� ������   ie et*l
��3i ..1 above-.
.-,  rv,,   Mood)   wed. bum  some     in ,i1P ivim ,apiiai thei]   ... -.  ������
Ig0       Ij       the     PttJVaftfclal      _..V"��       ,,.,.:,-.:,      1,..,.      lo.,.,-.,       ..���.!    elb..
, . ..   H sadlj  in need of gravelling reside^ tnclttdlhi Re\   Cehob \w
^^^^^a____^^^^^^^^^l
in several  places    1.he chftlrmAti b!
th,, mads . omnttUee was I ti -  --��� ��� ���'
to  look  ''oo th�� ^vievance.
I'be 1.... lasting Bubjeci oi .������ inehl
. ... oame up for discussion,
,;o Hj     Le,  in  i.      ef    Oi-   iiiaeiley
i.inil,   Ihiihi.p of ib.   paucity
potts because of the -mall attendance
and
of re-
..,, \ short drlt������ <* is medt .l.-ivj
ib*. principal Hoadai ahd hi ������*��� "��� * * ���
r,i,,, <on'p  bemsp   4b   al   fre-.eo   Inucb
Waa bio'i.- n> ink*.n al ������������     xy,A-
\ .. o   ��as .to,, mo. -.... w,stmlh-
-   . " loell      Whe     lelelle.l      o       .    p.     ni.
then   "i       -.;,0.1.  *>o time I	
anything  1"   thl   I���'".  Btlll   *'   eforts
���   \,,o.i
81011   ,ha,    V  *       ,    ,,,,.���  and   I    H-|MVe been neitver the e-Hy than Cen-
imlth   b.   ap��blttted to gg*f JJ
srehattts and  tettuest
.   P, ,iiimi  t'V
^^^^   theiu I H
ayiftg'the elli ' ll '"
ork   nl   an
ll
,,,,,   park    thanks   to   inlluence^   al-
,.   ell    o.elOi..t
Visitors Pleased.
(U ,e.o=e  with  tWfi  luiiTied   U��M
^^Cm^t^m ^I.J nothtug ��� *m ���
lalU
Barred  PlymotilhI����hattgltti n,o f m tJW ^j- *
^^^^m \\���. mettihefs of "'e L,1J
alfio  be  appvofleltf"l   W
,,,. nie jaemhei-s of *,1P
ball 1-"'---
,.,,,Il.il     will
i..|..H"   '""'-J
,*,,o��� a sugaeBtioa made b
While, II was decided to 4^
��� - "-"������-'1 rml
,..,.,,1 ii    ft^oelatlon
,,���, Ive meetings
\   K.
fin
al   lis   res'ilar
'    '   MANY YOUNti LADIES TQ
"" " '"   0RESEN1 AMAZON MARCH
in
th,
pixies'
,;..���!
1 '*^_________________
'.c wmilii inn. pleasure
ii ��� .. on "Whai ' '���'
^^^^^*^*mt> or              \dmmar*'**
..     .,
tlie  '--���
labll
I,nne on  Om
nAiltA/AV    DISASTER   15 lUUlL"
NAMELY AV.-T.P ^Z ,.. , -
 ,���s,,T-,i,.--       I;;/;,;:,;;;:,.:: 1,;;.
nciuie  "--I     Hallux. ,|1,,k(. ,|���*,,  IS ���'    ""    ',...,,,   ,,���,   ,,,, ,    Would
  *-  ~-~ yzytrmyy y   , -.-��� ssr -r-ss	
;;;:t,.:CS:ir"S|~-;-;:::.::. ���.'
The  promi
emergency  ^*'*
horrible  ill��a-*""r
l" Carbutt and W.   Specia|ties   Inclined  Id   "The
Walker shared the  tonLore,   the e*_      W||| 6jv<| Ml9ses an ewsrtunl i
Ittblt bellie ��� '���' *<**    '   '   '""""" ,��� Wssi* Natty  U'-1'--""
won  nn  the  prlises  toi  Brown   Leg	
ll()l,���    fhe white varieties included
pen, r v   n   BfttM       ���'���""���""
 ��,\ llttli  I ut. bni ,!"      "'"v i..�� -���-   (i   .       .��� ...���
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I'.-ls.e   *|\..i   eon   be   , specie.1   |n  \v.\X<
been  gleaned)  nor  etui   it   he   jud-' ...
Iiom   Hip   lilek  nl   eht&USlABh)   sbov m
in seekihi itttoi'hittiibh thai the iwrn
' Bib -iee,,-   i,���,|;   Hen   Intel. Bl    which
lltghl    baie   bei ii   evpeeieii   el   them.
.tlell      IB   ll"    Iple-liiei    ol    ll...    ....eacllv
ll i i.e . ���.ni'nisslnnei. , but the iupui-
ei-B Wei'fl so ftitigupd With statistic*--,
miiI i-iiiiiiiig io the rm-Uic (iiiisi ut.vl!ie
. I  ol   tttel_ Intiii'-rtiry. It  seems tbat
1  ���:���.'������' ������ will i..ii ba - ""ai
I..ftthiehl iii theii fitidi-l which
he   ftti^sl   :i*_rlciibii'.'il   di.-lili-t  in   tbe
��� "e '. "".\\'.t\*.     ti   '������  :�����   T"   '"''���
;, ui  hoped thai ib- i altai   oi ti i
.   .,,.   i.,   i ...i.. -   i|-.'in. I'.ui .!   :.t.
Iliidei-      -'I   -ei   set   down   W'-stmhi-
lhe "fishltig * lildg"    ''" ���    *
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l,���Mle      blftlS    SPIll
��� -������a told or in   \\-iiu .,uvP!.   feve'ti an ��~,
, ...... while  "-in  tlowti  ���.���"in...���.".    ���-,-   '
pn ���. ��� Ibg   -1 "    It   In '
will    ir. (.���   Mi.-io....   '"': i     ���"' ""' Itobtesslab
Mis<i���/'     '"  ,*"'''pi"**atk'ii   with  a   Mews mail
|T_.     .- '."I- -.     I"lii!  (iliver,  M    I     \      t-"l
m()    ii.   csTTio sperisllv   to tie  city  v,^"*'
' ���!������.   tn ficKimeanv  Mr   Traiip. but the
^^^^^^���^^������nnforhmately  miss-
^^Tmmmmm"mmmmmmmmm^R understood Iip
t- .     .B *W  a,   .a ..a.' ^^
m-..   coal   beds  that   are
.    imtertie   the     ���.'..aOo.onO
i   to the KMauimalt and
���    railway.       The   latter   line
ears ago aciuirt.l by
in   Pactftc  railway,  but. in
. .... uir.iir.  who owned  all
.   be Island Bne, made ���
.. parefhasen should
rarface rtghta;  thus
rol of untold millions
the finest, coal on 'he i'a-i*-*""��� ���"   , .        F-f.tcb.
-     mderlle the va��ff>-rlve. of (.rm
atlii three feet
foot,   embankment.
plication   ot     lt''
prevented a ..��...."-���   ��� , %.
Auion,   -hose  on   bOTd '
ander .lohnson, M  P. ���*���">   !
wall   known  cornmerfdal   men
^���__
fruit
rare   of
i   ,,   that.
,-i peidy In  the early
tbe coostrnctlon of
��� I mtles of railway. Thar.
P. R. i     BKrmoti'   be to&*m**\
���������:.  a; pf-ars  to b< Wt*
Death   of   Gritf*n  f***~*
..,.��   ������   '���"''
,. ,,n,ly ''an
,,f  lllai'.k
lied  yeate��l��S '*
The  funeral  wiB  1*1"
combe. Alta... as soon as
uot:: * -r;
>h ���    k   ftobertstais "t-
iheii   sunt..      I'     <1""
supplied    'he   music
Prolt
,m|,lfiSli..i.i.bly   wns   I tie   fe**
lb-   .now,   and    proved   the
i(,alrri,ha,   fc-Jl^jJ
hi.h feritif.1 Pari, is the orwnwn
which ' ' ni k.i   * .
pablfHJes       ��������   "e   l-; ���***������"
Burnnby.   won   the   ����
^^^      hlblt. with sixty-
l.lnd. The
liirs.    W.
dl-rH';.;wn.   Wlea..m    ����r���n.   Vm* W'l^  ^   rlPsire to   ��*�����<   *��  ��*
WHlkPi won with his iSPPseUnd   Kl��*   BtimpH
Poultry co(..........................................................iB^_________________^*^*^,,r"'1'"
n,ul  I'ekli,  di.c-kn. other e*��bibi!o,s  in
cliiiling   B   J.   Tlmms  and   J    RU*1"1
Kggp were a tt��ffl| f"��i"r"
||,e  piincips)  p..hiblt('lF  in  r"'     "^
eon classes, both cnnipi  and  !>"���'' !
were It.  Mabel,  F. f  Ailes. II   ftrtft*��
I (Vancouvei I,    and    .1.    '���>��' '   '
should   be mentioned   that   the   ' -    *
special  went, to  Stride &  Sons-
would
,li, j
lm in,
..id   nor
 ^^^^^^^^ rnis-sion. ^^^^^^^^^^
*H1   |,e  CtJttttaeal  in   nattv   mo f;,, w fi,,, cOTrnnisslonris
*2tt   lil-   "����W   W"r   >,?'"-  eC- ,ny opinio of the lowers
of rnt-i'^ry ; ^
;;d"wlll-*P<'��tea*.nnbProf.ni'.i*ary .,.;   ..,pm,eIvP?.   rtdWlflg      hj   8J��J
,   ���f   ypleraiis.        Th-y   do  tn n pleased   With   US     P'
������  Luave tin* and so $��*���� *   ' JmW  hnW  liked   to  see. more^
tt���  ,   t  a  n w can be found. ^.    ,utth,, ��������� thre-hlng now be^n
titHt   iitu  b _   aii>__   ���      ^ i .,_...,..._   ���t   o chtnond   ana
���    ��� *.*<-.*\r-.1
, ".���-t.e;-.!
���* . """��� .._.''JiL' '"atlTl
K*:-J'.^i
......   w bo
Wood
thf ^^
a^e of fi<i-
land,   and    leaves
���of- Colnmhlan ^fj^
He  was a. nawY"
one  son   &�����;  J
Fletcher,   a   motorm*n on He
E   R.,  and  another ^^^
     special
for th.** best   fruit  ex
Hip  districts  Of   Richmond  and
(Continued   on  Pace   Four..
labifi^^
and .-^^^���^^���^���
West-
Tin*   two   hundred   and  fifty   young,
people who fake part are rapidly getting Into Shape. The s*how will bp ,.'
sented  as   a   benefit     for   the   Royal! ~^^mm^^^^^^���
m   the   *Jpm    MMMMM-.MMM
Monday     ami     Tuesday   a, ^^^^^*
_fi.
'lav   Central.Lf the  anarchist  party In Australia, members
minster, market^^^^^
for fruit  fel\^, N'm,'!"'of  his   fruit;who says that the
:    ^nri  therefore  was caue,e   of   anarchy the
Emm. Goldman Plan, a Voyage
New York,   Sept.  17.-Emm,   Uold- \ 0olnmhian   SospUat,
man. tbe anarchist, says, that in Janu-
arv next she will leave New  York and
wil,   sail   for   AustraUa    ,.     --- ^, ^   t7
there.   She says she goes at tin   ear t.an wn
st   invitation   of   Comrt'de   Fleming, | McFarland,   one  of  the
hous|e     (m^^^^^m
nights,   SeptemlK-r 28   ��d
YESTERDAY'S  BASfcBALL.
; ���
���Thorn aa j *
*
of the  henclt of San Fran- j *
Spokane   	
Van cou ver
Twelve Innings.
���ned en Pace Twv) fcaws ��*�� cMMw*
i Park,   who
I packed   in  boxes
,���,.,..   i���   Australia, .members  or   me   .^��* ���*  ���
"iu *H he     IM I cisco county, died today ot cancer of   ���
there. : ���'.,-hroat. I <��� ��� ��� ���
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THE PAILS' NEWS.
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This Is My 81st Birthday
John T. Trowbridge.
.lohn Towssend Trowbridge,the well known author and poet, was
born Sept, 18, 1827, in .Monroe county, New York. He lived on a farm
until he was seventeen years old, after which he taught school in
Illinois and in Lockport, \. v. At sixteen hlsi first printed bit of verse
had appeared In a Rochester paper, in 1 s j7 he went to New York
with a volume of verse in his (rocket and a collection Of pros..
Sketches, After many rebuffs the young literary aspirant finally succeeded in getting some of his prose sketches into 11 magazine asd before long he was able to earn his livelihood hy his ever busy pen. At
twenty-one he went to Boston and in that city and vicinity he has
continued to reside ever sjnee. In the early years of his residence
In Boston Mr. Trowbridge enjoyed the intimate friendship of many
great figures in American literature, among them Longfellow, Whit-
tier, Emerson, Lowell and Holmes, in 1853 appeared Mr. Trowbridge's
first book, entitled "Father Brighthopes." Of the fifty or more books
that the author has written since that time all are alive, and many of
his boys' books have had new editions each year.
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,-',��-*������..--..-*-..-.,*--,.-..������,.-.,-���.,���*. 1 \r .t'%r-.<''.."i^-^...^'i'.^ri^'.i"i^'n"i.''.r'j^-.i ���li-'it'-'ii''li-^^'li''i*^n--^si\--'.\''..-'ir-,i-'i^
DUNSMUIR MILLIONS
CLAIMED BY MOTHER
(Continued iron Page One.)
ly, us Mr, Dunsmuir's mother attacks
iiis honor's Mile to the property, .and
In any event she claims an accounting.
in addition to these practically Inexhaustible stores of coal the estate
Includes tbe business established in
sau FranciE|Co by the late Hon. Et.
Dunsmuir, husband and father of the
present litigants. This firm is still
known as H. Dunsmuir & Sons, and
was composed of the founder and his
two sons, .lames, now in full posses
sion, and Alexander, who died some
years ago. lt was over the share of
Alexander that the suit of Edna Wallace Hopper originated. The deceased
partner some time in the late eighties
married the celebrated actress' mo-1
ther and on his death Alexander executed a will whereby James was, given all the testator's Interests In the
mines, ships and coal business. On
tbe death of ber mother, which took
and it isi understood that those b
titled to the money will press for
settlement.
The papers in the case hav,- ju
been served and the date for trial hi
nol yet  been fixed.
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WHITE HOU
^^Offers Unequalled
Purchasing Opportunities
More goods for less money now offered than ever before. Friday
and Saturday will witness the most strenuous price-wrecking you have
ever known.   Cost or loss is no object.   The goods will be suld at
prices. ^^^^H^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^HI
KING'S MESSAGE CAUSES
SENSATION IN EUROPE
Strong Friendliness   in   Tone   of   Congratulatory  Note to Sultan Widely  Commented  On.
Constantinople, Sept.    17.���A   tele-1
gram sent  by King Edward    to    the
Sultan of Turkey on  the anniversary !
of the latter's accession to the throne|
was made public today, and produced
a decided sensation on account of the
strong friendliness of its   tone.     The
message was evidently intended to offset the advances made to the Sultan !
by the Emperor William,    Alter   the;
formal congratulations, the King said:
"There Is* every reason to hope thai, j
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LOW   WOODEN   BUILDINGS
CONDEMNED   IN   NEW   YORK
place some few years after Alexander' under the enlightened direction of so j
Dunsmuir's, demise, Edna Wallace, on | eminent a grand Vizier, your majesty's
the advice of Judge Coyne, of    New  empire will have .a peaceful aud pros-
York,  made  a  claim  for  a  share of (Perous future, and that the veneration!
her late stepfather's estate.    At that "t posterity will be secured for your-
time  the estate was valued  at  from|majesty."
len   to   fifteen   millions.       This   suit,
which   was  commenced  in   San  Fuui-
cisco about live years ago. was after-
wards;  broughl   here   for   trial,   when
Mrs. ���loan  Dunsmuir, the defendant's
mother and   plaintiff  in  the  presenl
action, joined the suit  as  tntervenor
much    against    the   advice  of    her
friend-     The whole of the family history was aired in court, and on losing
the case In the local courts, the cause]
ivai   taken before the judicial commit-
tee of the privy council, the highest
law   tribunal   of   the Empire.     Here,
too,   Edna   Wallace  met  defeat, and
Mr.-.   Dunsmuir,   senior,   had   to  foot
the lawyer.- bills,   H��r own law costs
in connection with the suit amounted
to over $50,000, ar.d that   of the de-
fendants was put in at  another $60,-
000,
After this costlj litigation both parties are said to have made changes ini
their ii gal advisers. Be thai as it
may, bui when the solicitors for Mrs.
Dunsmuir presented their account for
$60,000 Mr. Shandley of the firm who
is now acting for Mrs Dunsmuir, bad
lbe bill taxed and it now stands, still
unpaid, al  $22,000.
Ami at ihis point another story de-'
vein;-. The $22,000 having been duly;
passed anc
by tl.fi officers of the court, it only remained for the claimants to press for
settlement, when, failin
I
Do you want to save money?   This is a legitimate re-adjustment sale and you would do well to take
advantage of the exceptional bargains.    You are promised a saving of from 30 to 60 cents on the dollar on J
your every purchase. I
TME WHITE HOUSE     '
Lewis Bros. & Co., Toronto Mrs. A. J. Birtch
���BBM
Xew   York.  Sept.  17.���The  COmmiSM
.-ion  appointed  about   a  year  ago  to!$
investigate     high   buildings   In  Xew i
York city,   and   particularly  on   .Manhattan island, is ready to submit    be
printed  record  of its  work.    The  report points  out  that it   is  impossi
to hold the height of buildings down
to the present public fire  protection
service,   because,  it  is, argued,   that
would   limit   buildings   to   about   L00
feet  In  height.    The best   course  In
this  respect,   it  is  suggested, is   the
elimination   of  low  wooden  buildings,
to he supplanted by buildings of the
iron cage  variety.
tVEIL PINS and
BEAUTY PINS
AT
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SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODIaE, NO. 27.���
I he regular meetings of ilns lodge
.ire hold In Oddfellews' hall   Colum
����
fcj
Synopsis
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN
:
bla  atreet, every
at, 8 o'clock.
Monday   eveniug
of  Canadian tion
Regulations.
The  Jeweler
Sole Agenl -  tor
The.
and
Longines   Watch   Movement,
Hamilton  Watch Movement.
Any avail ible Don ' a
In the railway bell in B li ih Columbia, may be homesteaded
!who is tbe sole head ol     family, ot
ftlluws'
INSTITUTE   QUARANTINE
AGAINST   CUBAN    PORTS
New Orleans, La., Sept. 17.���Because of the announcement, of two
casioa of yellow fever in Havana, the
United States marine hospital service in Xew Orleans, acting on outers
from Washington, last night put Into
certified  as just   and   fair j effect   a  quarantine against  all  Cuban
ports.
I All iiersons leaving Havana for the
other meas- United States will have to remain at
ui-es. Oiigdai-roch, the castle home the detention camp in Trisconla, near
of Mrs, Dunsmuir, senior, could have, Havana, six days if they are to vo vo
"been seized by the sheriff. However, Keywea(t or Tampa, and five days if
this account which has lain dormant' they are bound for New Orleans or
for so long,  has  now  been  revived, I other ports.
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
All Iron Wringers
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
��� Meets the FouriH Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, oddfellows'  block.
FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES,
Aerie Xo. 20	
evening at 8 p. m., in the Eagles'
hull, Columbia street. A. Clark,
w. Pres.;   II. Schofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMWLARS OF TEM
PERANCE moot every Wednesdaj
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows
hail, Columbia street.
With guarantee rollers mad��> of the highest grade Para rubber
We have the wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, Re-acting, and other
makes.   Call and see our lines.
T. J. Trapp & Co.,  Limited
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone S33.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries
have for the coming season a very complete line of
NURSERY   STOCK
Make no mistake, but start your orchard right, by buying from A
HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered with fumigation, as
well as getting acclimated trees. We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
can handle your order, no matter what the slse. If we . have no
agent In your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake tor prices.
NUR8ERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE, B. C.
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
.. O.  U. W.���FRASER  LOCliE  No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day    In     each     month.        Vlsitlnji 	
brethren cordially invited to attend, jany male over IS yeai ���   T ;i-
Lodge room, A. O. H. w. hall. Odd   extent of one-auartei     iction   -
block,   Clarkson   street
 I acres, more or less
Entry must be ma :���   person     H
Ithe local land oftici
; whicb the land Is s I late    Bi
I proxy may, however, be made oa cer-
I tain conditions ������:���  ' '      ' ;;''
Ison, daughter, brother or Bister of ��s
.Meets every Tuesday | intending homesteader
The homesteader is required to P��*"
form the conditions connected IM**
with under one of tbe folloHM
plans:
(1) At least six m '���*  ��
,upon and cultivation of the land m
each year for three years,
(2) If tae father (or mother, if tM
father is deceased), of the Homesteader resides upon a bun) in l'
vicinity of the land entered for, te
requirements as to n ��� " ma5'
satisfied by such person .-iiis"1
the father or mother.
(8)    If the settler has bis P*"**1'1
ent residence upon farming -i"'1 ("
ed by him in the vicinity ofhtoWJ
stead, the requirements   ss  to>
dence may lie satisfied   '.    r"*'
upon the said land. .(ln.|WBii
Six months' notice In writing
be given to the Com im    ouerol
Inion Lands at Ottawa of intention-
apply for patent.
COAL���Coal mining r _Ms """
leased for a period of twenty-one J.^
at an  annual rental  of  H  '*"'
Not   more   than 2560 icres nhJ
leased to one Individual or
A royalty at the rate of five
ton shall be collected on   the
chantable coal mined.
W   W. fORY'
nf ��he interior
SONJ OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES.
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Kirst ami
Third Tuesday of every month *l
K. of I*, hall.   Chief W. Sutherland
I,  O.  O. P.���Royal   City   Louyc,   No
���Meets   in   Oddfellows'  Hall,   C-l
umbiu Street, every Friday evenn.-
. at s o'clock.   Visiting brethren **
be    made    welcome,    (i.   E.  Gilley
N. Gk; C. K. Osborne, P. C
Ing secretary.
recoil
P08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. 8���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
ln K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., ai
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month
time and place.
be
same
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Union Lodge, No. 9 A
F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge.
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L.
No. 1160; L. O; L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. o. F.; c. O.
F., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Ow's, Neat No
be
acre.
be
(-niin)'"1!''
cents Per
nier-
29;
�������
tr       ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THB     DAILY      NEW
It YOU War. a Situation.
Deputy of the Minister
W. N. DrapC
B.  C.   Land
Surveyor
��� 0
Ellard Block, New Westminster. SEPTEMBER  18, 1908
THE DAILY NEWS.
FAGE THREE.
of Vivid Color is Isle of Spice
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A  Rich   Kaleidoscope ^^olor^_aj^in^ns!mb.e   in the  "l.le  of Sploe."
Our fall stock of Fine Tailor-made Garments
has arrived and we are showing the finest range ot
Clothing ever seen in the city.
We intend to make TO-DAY a big Suit day.
Prices will be cut on all our suits.
Read a Few of Our Leaders
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Postmaster-General, will ibe re-
cdvi I at Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, for the collection
of letters on a proposed contract for
foi,: years, from the proposed Street
Letter Boxes in the City of New West-
I minster, from the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices  containing    further
| information as to conditions of    pro
scenic surroundings   and    which   are
��� picted in all their Oriental splendor.
Is  a  spectacle  alone the  production
.-, said to be a marvel, but aside from
comedian   Sam   Hose   and   the well
known prima donna, Roberta Wilson.
I They  are    ably    supported    by    such
si, um u_mc   favorites   as Harry    La Velle, Harry
1 tills there are. many features to make | Watson, Robert Wilson, Harry Wil.
' :i notable achievement in tne art ofl Hams, Percy Bacon, Marie Watson,
I play producing. With its wealth of Lorette Broadwell and many otners
song bits, interesting story, sweet equally well known and popular in
singing and clever dancing, it has en- the field of musical comedy of the
joyed more    liberal    patronage   than  higher claas.
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SAYS   JAPANESE   ARE
PRESSED   FOR  MONEY
__   _ Victoria.   B.   C,     Sept.     17.���A.   J*
posed Contract may he seen and blank gousa( who arrived by the Aid Maru,
forms of T. nd-r may be obtained atI ^ t5n;mciai conditions in Japan were.
Post Office, of New Westminster   and ^  bec(Jm,ng wor8e  instead   of
Sapperton and at the   office   of   the    ' T-inan-
hotter owing to refusal of the japan
Post Office Inspector. Better owrais
JOHN  R. GREENFIELD, | ese   to   fill   their   contracts.       Man.
Poet Office Ins
p   -  Office Inspector's Office. Vanco ..-;-.   B.C.,  21 st  August,  1908.
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STEAMSHIP   IN  MIDOCEAN
San Francisco, Sept. 17.���Capt. F.
D. Sanders, of the barkentlne J. M.
Griffiths, has reported to the branch
hydrographic office that at noon of
May 25, in latitude 26 degrees north,
longtltude UO degrees 40 minutes
^^^^���. west, his vessel experienced a subma-
^^^^^^^^^ Bse   to   nu   meir   _um.oa.-.^^1_.__
Poet Office Inspector I , 'i.ne   earthquake, consisting   of  three
'|Japanese &vm% owing to the depres-  ,^Unct ^^ that ghook lhe Grif. .     .-V*.^ g^g-
sion,  are  refusing to  make, delivery j fltbg  as   it-  S*,L, had   grounded.    Tbe ���',.,-$i;���.��.' v. ::^v.y*J
of goods. Head showed 100 fathoms. ..... *:*'m
MmsI&kH
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Men's Suits, in line imported
tweeds and worsteds, regular $25.00 to $35.00. Sale
price $18'50
| n's line tweed and worsted
suits, regular $18.50 to
$22.50. Sale price  12.50
Men's tine tweed and worsted
suits, regular $12.50 to
$18.   Sale price     8-����
Men's line imported tweed and
worsted trousers, regular
$5 to 6.50. Sale price...   3.50
Men's line tweed and worsted
trousers, regular 3.50 to^
4.50.   Sale price     2-25
Men's strong tweed working
tn.users, regular 1.75.
Sale price, a pair   "PC
Boys' strong school suits, reg-
' ular3.00.    To clear at.. 1.60
Boys' line  serge   ard   tweed
suits, regular 4.50 to (3.50.
*? "ft
Sale price  0,ou
Boys' strong school shoes, regular 1.75.   Sale price .... 90c
Men's strong working shirts,
regular 1.00.    Sale price.. 45c
Men's fine shoes, in box calf
and kid, Goodyear welted,
regular 5.00 and 5.50.
Sale price  $2.95
A snap--.Men's strong working
shoes, reg. 3.50 and 4.00.
Sale price  1.95
Men's braces, reg. 50c. Sale
price  25c
Men's strong working suits,
reg. 10.00.   Sale price .. 3.25
Boys' braces, reg. 15c. Sale
price  5c
Canvas gloves, 4 pair for 25c
Penman's    wool    underwear,
reg. 1.25.    Sale price  75c
Mercelli   handkerchiefs,   reg.
25c.   Sale price 10c
trrmsapmFK m^-rsaseisswe*
- OF
New Westminster
K Mass Meeting of Westminster Liberals,
and supporters of the party, will be held on
Tues<
Suit  cases,   reg.  3.50.     Sale
i    9w|J*i"3
AT   8   P. Ms
prict
1.45
Self-opening  umbrellas,   reg.
1,75 and 2.00.   Sale price..90c
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DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor
Columbia Street,
New Westminster
For the purpose of electing delegates to the
nominating convention to be held on September 30, 1908.
J. W. MACDONALD, President
W. J. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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THE DAILY NF-WS.
FRIDAY, 3!*-
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by tbe Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, comer of Sixth and Front
streets, Xew  Westminster, U.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing  Director
<UNJON
LABEL.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1908.
DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forget that a retrograde
step now may mean years of struggle to retrace. Do not exchange
good -A.vernnileiit- for a "nest of
traitors."
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
OTHER TORY  PLANKS.
The national policy plank of the
Bordenites has received another spike
to the platform. Mr. Thomas Blrkett
obtained the nomination on the ground
that he was a Canadian, whereas his
rival wag an Englishman. Only native born sons of Canada should be
considered according to the Simon
Pure Tory, Even In a olty where the
French predominates such Ill-temper-
de outbreaks will cause Mr, Birkett's
chances of election to drop about 20
below zero.
By the acceptance of Mr, Blrkett as
a candidate the party endorses the
principle laid down by him and goes
to show us in Mr. Cowan's case the
platform is becoming more elastic as
each unit comes forth to slaughter.
Tliis same Mr. Blrkett speaking In
Bennett's Theatre, Ottawa, on June 8,
is reported by his own party journals
to have said: "I am a strong believer in the saying: To the victors
belong the spoils." What about -civil
service reform being in the hands of
such men. Servility to the Conservative party would be the first requisite
to appointment. What with rum and
money buying seats in the House of
Commons and the promise of an im-
mediate automatic system of spoliation, public morality is to suffer a relapse. Then it must be remembered
that these men are posing as purists.
i
nit;, Cor them to acquire a holding
which would be their own property.
Condi!ions here are not as tbey are
in Scotland, where a farmer is merely a tenant of land, but in Canada
the immigrant  can acquire a holding
produce in  Scotland.'
"Get the Habit"
Bi
Savin
Tiie spikes in the -'public ownership" plank of the original Halifax
platform arc In.ing drawn by the first
Conservative journal of Canada. The
Montreal Gazette. It is most outspoken against what it calls Socialistic bait and the influence of an unholy
alliam ���.
Thi    inkindest    cut of   all    comes
from the Conservative press who   u
trying to esplain the Liberal success
i. turier   G >v irnment    ha: >
sen iwer, by charging that   the
stolen    Mr.    Borden's
itfo        The purloining of such   an
iasi      structure   certainly puts    the;
l . ag lln ii  it  hard, 'o be
enti r a campaign witb- j
itform.
S. E., principal of tbe West of Scotland Agricultural college, which has
a beaching staff of twenty-six, Bays:
"The future belongs to the Dominion, whose size and varied resources
have beeu a constant source of won
der since we reached its shore,    it is j which appears likely not only to yield
the land of promise, and offers great-1 a goo i   competence, but   to   increase
ei-  opportunities   to   young   men   and'in value."
young   women   than   any other   coun- i Kootenay Valley,
try under the sun. It offers a rich1 The Secretary of the commission,
reward to anybody with energ> and j, m. Hodge, speaking of the Koolen-
ambition. Scotsmen who do not find, ay, says: "With two other members
their lot congenial at home .are mak-jof the commission I left Moose Jaw
Ing no mistake in emigrating to thei and traveled direct to Kootenay via
Dominion, Every Scotsman we met the Crow'a Nest, to examine the pros-
was prosperous, contented and hap- pects 0f agriculture and fruit grow-
py. Many of them who landed here j ing there Around the Nelson district
without a cent are now owners ofland in tho ,,:ik vailey W6 were a8_
large capital. British Columbia, j founded by the growth of many things
without anticipating our report, ,ap- that far snrp.ASSeA anything we could
peals to me more strongly than any
other portion of the Dominion. Its
climate retnlnds us of Scotland and;
(has not that .peculiar dryness ao
characteristic of the prairie regions,
fertile as they are. Gradually ahe
tide of emigration wlll flow into Brit - j
ish Columbia. Every foot of soil in j
these fertile valleys and rich bottom
lands  will be tilled."
Canadian   Cattle   Embargo.
W.   Henderson,  who   has   taken   a
prominent  pari in the agitation ti
move the embargo on  Canadian  cattle iniiioru.il  Into Great Britain, .-ays
on  thai   question:
"We expect that this unfair embargo will shortly be removed. As |
a resull of the agitation ln Britain
in favor of the lowering of the bars,
members of the Liberal cabinet have
virtually pledge.1 to support the move
to give Canadian live cattle a fairer
chance to compete with the British
product, which would result in a benefit to the British butchers and the
public generally, besides redounding
to the much greater benefit to Canadian farmers. Canadian cattle should
be given a chance, to feed up _ind recover from their travel worn sltate,
in which the meat is not good, and
tlie few ports at which the cattle are
allowed to land, does not give the
butchers an equal advantage to eom-
pete   for  the  meat."
Willing   Men   Wanted.
Harry Hope, president of the Scottish   Chamber  of   Agriculture:   "The
commission  considers that men from j
the  old   country  who    are   able  and
willing to work cannot,  fail to  pros- f
per in Canada, and if possessed of a]
little capital there  is every opportu-j
City Voters'List  |.f
pTEMDE?> ,3 ,.
Notice i- hereby given that the
voters' list for the year 190* has been
completed, and that the same may be
at  this office   for   thirty    days
seen
[rom the
date hereof; and any person
who shall claim to be added to the
S]i,l Voters' List, or any elector who
shall desire to have any name erased
therefrom, must prefer his or her request in 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,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City Hall, New
Wesl minster, Sept. 4, 1908.
in   little things.    We  enable
you to effect this if you will
take advantage of our "Specials." Something new offered each day at a special
price and is for the day advertised only���usual price
next day. Have you taken
advantage of any of these
"Specials?" If not. try it today.
Tenders
Public Meeting
j. B. KENNEDY, Esq., !Vi. p.
work
will  address the  Electors of  New  Westminster City 0n hi;
their   Federal   representative   during the  past four years, at
St. George's Mall
I Saturday, Sept 19, at 8 o'clock^
JOHN OLIVER, M. L. A., uni
meeting. An invitation to Bpeal
All are welcome.
others   will    also
Is extended  to  Mr.
addn
*s the
I). Tay
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
Today's
white   and
per  dozen.
Special ��� "Maple     Leaf"
gold   6-inch    Plates,   $1.05
Tenders are calied for the plumbing of the new West End school
Ihouse. Plans and specificait.ions
can be seen at the City Hall.
Tenders must be made on form sup
piled and as noted on specifications.
A cheque tor H> per cent, of value of
contract must accompany tender, the
same to be forfeited if contractor re
[uses io accept contract. Tenders must
i.e in the hands of the secretary of
thi chpol board not later than twleve
noon, Monday 21st of September, 1908.
Lowest or any tender not'necessarily
accepted
ROBERT  LENNIE.
Secret ar;.
A Drop in Prices
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.85 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -     50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
Phone 97
GROCERS
SPICY !
Saturday's
Note Paper:
for  only   15c.
Special���Dutch      Linen
regular   25c   per   box;
IheY
air
P. O. Box   174.        Tel.  53.        Res.  41_9 '
Estimates   Submitted.
^/v estminster s
IRON   WORKS Pure Spices in  l-41b.pkfe
Guaranteed
full strength and weight. Money returned if not better than any you have
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
*Ji'i Columbia Street.
New Westminster.
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hences,   Crest-
ings,  Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
At
Office  and  Works:
Tenth Street,   -   NewWestminster
Ryall's Drug Store
WE   MEAN   IT
"Thirty feet to the gulf.'
WHAT ABOUT MR.  FOSTER ?
If .kn succeeds in captlvat-
: - . le of Canada, he will havt.
George t:. Foster as bis lirst lieutenant, who will become the minister of
fina:. Is it wise to have a man of
Mr   Fi -   .::. I in such a position?
Thii is the Bame Mr. Foster who
was : by his leader. Sir Mac-
kenz.- - ell, as the '.:���������' of the
nest of traitors, a Judas Iscarlot; Sir
J .  Bowel] sho il 1 know.
H. :^ *.be same George B, F ister
who wis driven out of tbe province *i
New Biuns*.*. icl*. aft.-r beini; about
fron. posl to post until there was} not
... which would receive
him
It ia ;,e ...:i)(. Ceor-ie Foster whom
ihe Toronto News and Montreal Star,
roth leading Conservative newspapers.
condemni-d as a man 'infitted for public trust.
It is the same. George B. Foster who
was found guilty by a royal commission of gambling with trust funds.
Should the people of Canada take
any chances of placing such a man in
the treasury of the Dominion of Canada?���-Ottawa Free Press.
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$ $3.50
Notice
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OUR..
I
oes|
FOR   WOMEN
Just   compare  our Women s
with  shoes   you 11 nnd
we ask.
Shoes   at
eisewhere
li
at
.00 and
tne   same
COMMISSION COULD
NOT STU 0V_R HERE
(Continued rrom Page One)
Delta presented a very different appearance to what they did a few
weeks ago, but the Uriel Inspection
of the fertile land pleased them .immensely. Sir John Sinclair warmly j
praised the fertility of the country.
British Columbia has not been thoroughly examined, and not one member will speak definitely In anticipation of the report.
Tribute to B. C
JRrofessor It- Pal rick "Wright, F. R.
if our $3.00 and $3.50 Shoes are not the best for the money that
ever covered a foot we don't understand the shoe business. The
fall stylos are ready and we're now showing all tbe new and correct models.
Notice is ber hy given that the Vanco iver Power company, I,imi! id, b is
this daj di posited in the Land Registry ' ifflci ai the City of New W< I
minster, iiiiii.-h Columbia, the plan
and book nt reference ol the West-
minster-Chllliwack Railway Extension
from a poinl at or near lots one an I
two, city block tour in the City of
New Westminster, to Ahbotsford pa B-
ing through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of .Abbotsford in the
District of New Westminster, being
section one, two and three of said
railway, as shown on the said plan and
approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works for
the Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day of August. A. D.
1908.
A. E. I.HCK,     |
Solicitor  for  ibe Vancouver  Power!
Company Limited.
"THE
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IT'S SOH-BQtJH
jrtti���MMi
t Sll/LL.
FOR SALE BY
Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClugl.au
PLUMBING
and   HEATING
Ask  for our
It's a beauty.
Blucher  cut, neat  top, Dongola Kid Shoe for $3 00.
Our $3,50 Goodyear welt.o,i   Vici   Kid  Shoes are   equal    to    tin
majority of other  makes at $4.50.
The same applies to our ladies'
welted Blucher cut Boots.
$3.50 Velour   Calf,    Goodyear
We are showing a large range of ladles' high cut. Patent Leather
Boots, heavy and light soles, at $3.50 a pair.
We want every woman who  |a  interested   ln  moderate  priced
shoes to make this her shoe headquarters.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
lion   door,   from   Goo.  Adam*,   Cjruc.
Ladles' Gold Watcnea from $12.76 U(
Gentlemen's   silver   Watch*"*    ouei
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen'H Silver  Watcn��8.   doubl-    4.
case, $7.50 up. \^
Agent for tbe celebrated South Benn
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewmry, mc. etc.
Watch repairing; cnarges reason
able.
Front Street    Trust
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Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
your   trip
of
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C.
If you  want to    enjoy
across the continent���
Travel b/ the Scenic   Railway
America.
Through Dining Tourist and Flrat-
Class Sleeping Cars.
Eastern Express leaves at 7:15.
Atlantic Express leaves at 17:25.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. GOULET,
Agent. New Westminster,
or to E. J. COYLE.
Aait. Genl. Pass. A|t.  Vutoounir.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every    order   placed
us    means    a   satisfied  cus
tomer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of anj dea
crlption or quantity '!��<,tP'
on application.
th
! Jackson & Morrison
383
Daily News Block.
*l*     New Westminster. Phone
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of f
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Water..
Family trade a specialty.
Tei. 113. owe. eiaht .tr**
NEW  WE8TMIN9TeR.  B. ���*��� sePTEM
BER 18, 19��8'
THE i)A-UA' NEW
PAGE PIVB.
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T. H. SMITH
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loatS and
ikirts
Grand
���^position
in the
Show Rooms
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,,,! assortment of ready-to-wears in the city.
your tastes are,  we are able    to  suit
III   l��!
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dly.
    $15.00
Imen's Suits from	
Imen's Coats from
|���,en's Sk.rts  from
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A mild cig
the "Auto:
'Hit
,1-ong on quality, j Dufferin stre
**' ford  officiating
R< v.   A.   M
Arrangeme .   being  mail.-    tor      Not made to please the eye, but to
.,   gpecia]    . .    ,.,,   exhibits | please the palate,    The "B. C."  and
of the vail. Victoria for the   ex- "Old Sport" Cigars.
To
You
H
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Taken Off
bibb ion ii'->.' I	
For cut Sowers [�������� auy floral work,
ring up Till;.,    ,   florist.   Phone 181. *
H. T. Thrit'. of Hazelmere, is leaving short!.,  on   i holidaj  trip to Eng
The Favorite makeB a special trip
i to Ladner in connection with the
'show  of    Un.-   Delta  Agricultural   so-
j ciety, which opens today,
i
F   ,1.  Lynch,  who has been travel
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Furnishing ���
8 wire tapestry in Floral and
Block  patterns.    Reg.  90c  and
$1.00 per yard, tor, 60c per yard
Make and Lay Free.
land,  when
months.
In
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C
Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73.
n-iiiiiav   mp io r_,iis-I     ������       i Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone  li. *
will remain fur some j ling in the Kootenays for some time,, X ^^^^^������������������������������������������������������������^
'���1= expected to return home on Tues-|fw,T*",MM'r-"       -
For first clas- cut flowers pot plants
or bouquets, telephone Davis & Son,
florists.    Tel. B208, ������
..The site or" tha Simon Eraser cen-
Itennlal monumenl wlll be al the knoll
below the band in l. Albert Crescent.
The Native Soi , ��111 hi , | b special
meeting '<j dec ������ hat pai thej ? hall
take in the celeb ii Ion
three-legged
chicken   alive   at
erstock  of  moth-proof  gags  which
rourteen  iponths
' freak  attractions
hlbltlon.
will    lie
at  the
to $45.00
$4.75 to $23.00
$4.50   to   $20.00
Christianity,  wlthoul addition, Bub-
tractlon oi    li    il I m bj man, is what
: Hie  Bible re ; tires ami  whal  Christ-
: ians  teach.    Services   ?::;'>   p.   in.,  in
' tent.  Fourth   31 ��������� I    ir Fourth avenue. **
A w ater        i I    .  ten Inches from
j an unnamed creek    in    Surrey    was
granted to tin- V. V. & E. railway for
i the use of their locomotives on    the
i in w  cut   off from  Oliver's  to  Blaine,
Iby the water commissioner yesterday.
A   falrj   operetta,    "Bubbles,"   wlll
I follow  the  production ni the  musical
j diorama of the Ftusso-Jap war at  the
j Opera house tomorrow  afternoon and' ^^^^
evening. Vboul fifty children take1 Rugby enthusiasts ln this city are
|M1.,   j,,  thi   operetta, which was  re-|looklng forward with pleasure to the
Gently produced in Vancouver, where international football game next week
it reeeived well deserved encomiums ai Vancouver between the Angio-
from the   -I"- Of tini   City. .Velsh  team anil Vancouver.    Tli.. old
in the lasl  lap ot  a
one or the have been lining duty since the day^
roming ex- when Bryan first aspired to the presi-
dency. Iiis sunn, "If Its Good Enough
tm Washington, It's Good Euough for
Me," might have been, but it. wasn't
for the audience.
For    Bale���Seven    roomed    bouse,
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   woodshed;     horse   still,  carriage   house;
i fruit  trees;  on  full  lot.    For  further
lartlculars apply to owner, 102 Kightti
1 street. *>���
Tin. relics promised by tin- _ur
reyor-g :: ral foi exhibition a. the
fair, and in pas- Into the city's possession ultimately, have nol yet arrived. ��� '. C. Fisher, government
lagent, is in negotiation with "Victoria
<m 'he matter.
.1.    .1
A case, which occupied considerable
time   in   I hi    ���  ty   police     court   was
heard  yesterdaj   Mrs   W   Fenlon alleging thai   Mi.   Bishop had  substituted  a  .- !���    .  ostrich  feather for a
good one  flven her to trim a hat fori
the complainant, and she declared was!
wearing il  in town.    Mrs. Bishop said!
sh,, bougb   thi   feather in Seattie.and]
the coun       mi      ! the charge, being
unable to determine tbe Issue between
the parties.
,Iohu-
rountry team is I ^^^^^^^^^^^^
,,,.. roimd the world, coming here
from Australia, and should be thorough! conversant with all the differ-
i,.nt sl ,-iea of rugby playing In vi gue.
While the long trip will put them eon-
;, oui   Of  training, it  is  doubt
ful if Vancouver will    win.    because
the experience the  Welshmen    have
gained  on  their trip    will    probably]
counterbalance their lack of condition
MARRIED.
THORNTON-MCKAY.��� On Tuesday
afternoon, Sept. 17, by tbe Hev. Mr.
Henderson, at 'he Premier hotel,
Xew Westminster, Robert Thornton
to .Miss Cecelia Dora McKay, both
Of   ihis  city.
Tender for Church
The contest win be pulled off at
Brjockton Point on Saturday, Sept. 26.
Tickets  and  reserved  seats    in    the
F   Hughes   ll.-ivr.   Major, Ed. ju""-j���   ���  -       .. .,.,
ston and Panel, Keary leave on Sat- grand ,,���i,l may be secured in   Uns
ston ami  rain      \ Charles  F.  Watson  at Co-
iirdav    to    climb to  the summit  of citj   trom uiau^
Mount X.'i.o. one of 'be highest peaJcs jlumbia college.
in the Selkirk range.    The mountain
ram
on the North Arm Isi fairly difficult of
ascent, and the plan of the party is
to make the flrsl stage to the snowline., pitch camp and start for t'ne
peak in the early morning. Keary,
Hughes and Johnston have had considerable experience In mountain
climbing, having been engaged on the
Alaskan boundary survey, and Harry i
Major   wlll   have   the   satisfaction   of,
The S. K. O. snign came within a
few seats of being used at the Opera
house yesterday evening, the Richards
and Pringle n ti - drawing the
usual bumper house a,ways associated with travelling tun-makers of the
colored class. The representatives of
America's race problem succeeded in
doing   what   they   advertised���making
good,
Tenders are hereby called for ihe
erection (labor only) of St A.lban'8
church, Burnaby. Plans and specili-
catlons can be seen at offices of B. C.
Settler's Association, Xew Westminster, Tenders to be in by six o'clock
Wednesday, Sept. 23rd Lowest or
any tender not necessarily accepted.
F. J. PEEKS,
Hon. Sec. Building Committee.
led le
Special Display of Fancy Goods
,    [llvltedto Inspect our stock of Ladles' Gloves.
Hand  Bags, Neck Ruchlngs and Scarfs.   We have
Qcent collection of these novelties and among
^Bu are sure to find some:' ���������ful.
    75c   to   $5.00
end Bags from
Ir.orellas  from
kits from    	
$1.00 to $20.00
15c to $2 00
t*****^^^^^^^^^'^^^^^
T. H. SMTI-1
HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
Headquarters   for   Women's   Ready-to-Wear
I    Whiteside and A. Whealler are the
legai represents Ives concerned.
,,.,,. records   .1 Bve miners'   inches
'    -   -nted
Commis Ion      i"> '������'      :":'
mechanical and   domestic
from streams near Barnet,
���w    McLean and   Hope  Graveley
, .,,     chemical works will be
... ,1 in the neighborhood.
s    vinehurg,   a   candidate   lor  the
. Doctor of Phllosophj   degree at Co -
untbia college,   New   Vork.    who    i
,  ���       ,.,s-it;,ri   niiest'.ons   m  >-a��
studying  taxation  *i*>*-
  ieople   laugh���by   producing   a
art of moun-1 clean show, devoid of all vulgarity or
1 offensiveness.       Sidney     Kirkpatrick
���^���^^^^^^^^^^^1 scored
Tbere  '"    "��  a  li-,!" ,1"1**-   tWs!Door of Hope," raising a storm of ap-
fal1  ,n   makinS '���> '   preparations  for plauSe  wUch  onU.   .,,_   ..,.,,���,,,  emM
��� Columbian\agim    As a comv^n
bZr^amKtSn was made Intalbelng initialed into the
^ooks of John L-Hudson & Co., a taineering by experts.
���m, ������. iris dissolved
logging oompanj whicb nas
partnership.   The examination was     i        ^   ^^ _ ^  ^   	
the      ���    - oi the partners. V..    ,nlngthe gynmaslum ai Columbian | aBim_   Aa a comedian. Clarence io
' *  college  but everything will be cleared  ���,, la g00d at times, but his ability to
,.., this week and busim   i tarl   ,,,,���,, merrlmenl is baini.ered by am  _ .
i���   the   gym     on     -Monday.     Business        -    mm���.��� f *���*******+*****������"���""t
men-s dases will    be   conducted   on, ******************* *
Tenders for Feed
Tenders will be received bj the undersigned up to Monday, the 21st inst-,
���it 5 p.m. for supply of Hay. Dais and
Bran to the Corporation for one year.
Peed to be delivered to order, The
lowest or anj  tender not  ni lessarily
. i ' -vied.
W. a   DUNCA.N,
City Clerk.
City  Hall, Sept. 15. 1908.
Industrial,   I and Thursda>    evenings,   as
purposes, i lasi vear, and bo>-s' classes on Satur-
tor the B. day morning.    Mr. Clark, physical ln-
co-.: itructor, besides   being   an   all round
athlete, thoroughly mi.v   ��� m   to have
charge of the athletic department   of
the school, is also b brllliani scholar,
holding    a scholarship   In   his   alma
mater.
istab-
I , city clerk  Dun;
a i.i. has written
can for informal km on taxation mat
ters in Xew W< Mmiiister, particular
ly in their practlca
application.
was mar-
THORNTON-McKAY.
The marriage of Robert  McKay and
Miss Cecelia Hera McKay, both of this
city,  ��as solemnized  at the  Premier
hotel   yesterday   afternoon,   Hev.   Mr.
otjHenderson officiating.   The bride was
���
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$1
*0OKSLEY'S Important Notice
George Stagg, of this city
���   ���   yve,l,iesl,y   in Vancouver,   to	
Mi88  Mary BjWuJJ  formerly^- ^^ ^   ^ ^^   ^
*     Mrs.  A.   M. Johnston,  462
i donee
i
: Pict
ure
The   plans,  profile  and  estimate   ot
Icostof the proposed  permanent    lm-1
provement of Columbia    street    (in-.
' eluding a main, trunk sewer, cement ,
sidewalks and   street,   paving)   have  x����i >
'heen prepared and Placed on view iniatun.nn
i the room lately occupied by the school
 ��� board, city  hall, where they may be "��>
viorey'8 stationery STORE, inspected    during   office   hours   by
i parlies interested in this very necessary   local  improvement.
X. H. McQl'AitltlE,
Acting City Clerk-
'     City Hall. New Westminster, B. 0.,
I August 26   1908.
)ST CARDS
AUK NOW  ON  SALE  AT
GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
MACKENZIE'S DRUG   STORE,
IMPORTANT
When You Are Sick
should  have  the   ver>   be..t
Xow,  we  are  uul   doctors,
neither do we profess to be.   It's not
business to prescribe, wo prefer
doctor do that.    Wher
When  you   want    theLBlad   bowl,   Miss   Campbell;
Westminster
[ransf er Co
letting your
tte   I'Ollle   in   is  ^^^^^^^
prescription filled, through tliis channel We coupe;,He  to  I ring    about      i
duty    is plainly to   give
what  the doctor orders,
bent  quality, this Is where
of the druggist   is tested,
mildly, the druggist who is
the   sick is   a dis-
acted   as   best   man.     Shortly   aftei
the ceremony, the young couple left
for Seattle, en route for Portland,
where they will make their home in
future, the groom having recently
severed his connection with tbe
| Schaake Machine Works to accept a
situation   in  the  Oregon  city.
The gifts presented to Mr. ana ivlrs^
Thornton included*. Fruit set, Mr.
and Mrs. Al. Peters; fruit basket.
It.  llogau;   table   set,   Mrs.   W.   Holt;
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
THE
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0^MS |
^^1    Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.        Phone  92. ���
���****************************************************
p 'Phone  18a.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
Issues   delivered   promptly   to
"ny part ot the city.
&ht and Heavy Haulinj
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
Newsome&Sons
Winters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
IP Sixth Avenue
NewWtittniniter
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings between
NEW WESTMINSTER  and  CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney. Langley,
Mission and way ports, with passengers and freight.
Leaves    Brackman & Ker    wharf,
New  Westminster, Tuesdays,
days and Saturday at 8 a  m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rates and particulars. appiJ
cur..    OUT
you   exact 1
and of the
the honor
iH^e^ofesslon.   We want ��
l^'rtoSrectness,   quality   and
'   we   have   been    twenty-tlve
in ; usinoss here and are W��Ung
'" our record,    it >o"
,av for your medicln.
bonbon
d|Bh, Miss J. Ross; table service,
Muster li. Peters; pickle bowl. Premier hotel boarders; perfume set.
,,oe I lending; salad bowl, Miss Ethel
Herrllng: crumb set and brush, Mrs.
Kendrick; four o'clock table set,
Mrs. Cozens.
! Hurrah
TheyVe
Off!
Everyone .ove. a good race hor.., but did you ever think
of the possibility of the loss of your horse, Whether It U * ���*
horse or not.
dMBfe
Thurs-
Fri-
deal
price.
vears ^^^^^
to   be judged   b
cannot afford to l
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
R. W1I1TM0RF. Secretary.
IOI.   Ullu.u    v_    ,       .
..    will supply same free   of charge.!
CURTIS'!
j     DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
I 	
P.S.���Can give you better value on
I siiectacles than other... We make a
[specialty ot this line.
W.). Sparkman
LATE  WITH  J. A.  LEE
Beg! to announce that he Is
now ready to undertake all
kinds of upholstering, etc., etc.,
at the lowest prices, saving by
direct work the middleman's
profit.
All communications addressed
W.J. Sparkman, P.O. City
will meet with   Immediate   attention.
and
| can insure your race hor..,    your   driver,    or   your  work
hor.e. again* death from |.ny  cause,   In   a   reliable   Canadian
company,-The   Britl.h   Am****    "���*��������     '���'   *  "beral
prompt payment of lo..es. ���
They   Insure all   kinds of live stock  at low rates.
are interested, call, writ, or phone.
If you
m
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker !
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. |
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWa    1
FRIDAY. SEPTE
"Hllto,
DIRT PLYING ON
6.T.P. CONSTRUCTION
Huge Army of Navvies at
Work on Railway Grade
West of Edmonton.
Jdmonton, Si pt. ;7     hi.   has
. ,i.   flying on the G, T. P. gradi
: oi   he cl .-  . iring the past    tew
. i .... contra tors are taking
. ��� , i , advantage of the line weal h i
ash the construction work ahead
ai the highest possible speed.. By the
: a the ground Erei zes so as to make
,. ading work impossible, ihe grade
will be finished west from Edmonton
io within ten miles ui Wolf creek.
"There bas bei n more grading done
in the last two wee! - than in the
whole, (if the previous month. A force
11 300 teams and about 800 men lias
bi -ii added to the huge army of workmen on the G, T. P, grade wesl of Edmonton in the lasi two weeks and if
the line weal her of the past week continues another month will siee as large
a portion of the grade on the rlghl of
way finished."
This was the encouraging statement
made this morning by li. J. Fetter,
superintendent of construction for
Foley, Welch & Stewart, on the grading contract on tlie G. T. P. west of
Edmonton. .Mr. Fetter has just returned from a trip over the whole Hue being graded by his company west of the
city.
"Where are you getting the additional men and teams?" queried the
reporter.
"They are part of the gang tbat
has been employed on tbe C. P. R.
grade from Saskatoon to Wetaskiwin
under D. F. .McArthur," replied Mr.
Fetter. "He has completed bis contract and his men aud teams have
come up to finish the season working
on the G.T.P. We now have a force
of about 1500 teams and considerably
over '1000 men employed on our contract. Fully .liiuo of these men are
working on the grade between Edmonton and the Pembina river. The contractors are certainly rushing the
work since the fine weather set. in.
'lb,, greatest difficulty we are now
meeting with is in securing sufficient
.-.._,liter.-. Tbey ipiii the job when
the trade were bad and now thai they
are In goo] shape they do nol ca e to
go back.
'1  drove in from  Stony Plain    on
;       rlghl   of way    yesterday,"    continued  Mr.  Fetter.(   "The grade is all
i : wesl as Wabamuu with
ition "i' about one mile    at
. i   . Iro. e aad aaoi hi r mile near
men ai i   working   all
. of waj  aad there   is
��� ������   -i  i'.. li    ii .ween    here    and    'be
ver   that    is    nol     being
-    led."
a .vi :-..  on ;      Pembina
river bridgi  .'' was aski I
s quil    a force ol  men en-
gagi . in .:,.  the ��� sea rations for
Freigl ters are also hauling i
.-Iii.- ir and other supplies oui to thei
I there is everj   in llcation \
'������ thej Intend starting work aimosi |
e Ha*a_A   on tne com    ti   I iiinda-
tion.
' I   belli vi,"  i oncluded   Mr.   !'��� tter,
' thai -*��������� l will be laid out to the Pern-
. ���������   river this    winter.    Tbe    grade
���    .������*���      hi   .i.i    hi  :  aad a -
. -   '  ���     ������      '. i . .   reai b  Ivi
I   .ii   :...   east, which should'
the y�� ar, th  ���  will
I
:���!   laying    to
Thu Date in History
SEPTEMBER  18.
i : i   i i.ni.or,lai   be .-.��� ��� .   ii' n .
������ and  the  Pope ratil e I
1 . John T. T.".i bi i Ige, \:,., rJ an
author, born
IE .. Lieut. Beechei and in. Moore
killed in battle with Indians
in ar the Republican river,
1893- The Earl of Aberdeen assumed
office as governor-general ol
Canada.
1898���Varlna A. Davis, daughter ol
Jefferson Davis, died. Born
.lune 27, 1>i;i.
1901���-The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall and York welcomed in
Montreal.
1906 -Rock island train plunged Into
the Cimarron river In Okla
horns and a number of lives
-.> re lost.
.ynoptis    oi    Canadian     North-Wett
Homestead   Regulations.
VJV even numbered section of Du-
mjnion lauds  In  Manitoba,  Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
noi reservod, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole bead of a
family, or any male over  IS  years oi
age, in the extent ot one-quarter see-
���    60 acres, more or less.
Application   for   entry     must     be
made  ni person  by  the applicant at
,i Dominion Lands Agency    or   sub-
.   - ,���   listrlct in  which  th*
Ituati .    Entry by procy may,
���e  made  at  an  agency   i n
, rtain conditions by .the father, moth.
son, daughter, brother or sister of
i   :,hiding homesteader.
omesteader is rejulred to per-
;, , the homestead duties under one
of the Ml.owing plans*
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
e   b year for three years.
(2) A Homesteader may, if he so
desires, perform the required residence  duties   by   living  on     farnaiu,.
: mnd owned   solely   bv  him.   uot lest
.than eighty   (SO)   acres in  extent, In
the vicinity of bis homestead,   Joini
'���WlUlla
&-���^v,c..C0,,, I*
rilv*E TABLE
p SKAGWAY R0UT U
1 rm,.. t
���   tefllh ^-D-iiid
VANCOUVER   V,CTo;?A2;cJ
P    .
o p.m, ;.
VAN.,
Prince, iftaouT<|
daily ex. V v*��
Steami *'ia-
.
VANCOb
Stea:
a.m. dall
toi Si ���
On Si n
fgr Seatl
WESTMINSTt...
B.8. 'I. .
New \v. .in, ;
Leaves New
nesday. " .
WES'   '     --ST R0UTE|
Wil!
SEATTLE
- '-anil
'""1 Monj,
-T��RIA ROOTJ
' victoiij
Tnesh,.
SS   Teei
-'���'���lv"-  v '.m. Is-;,
and 20th of .
Mosquko ������
oa,
Nothing Gained Without Effort
NO effort���no gain. Yet that does not
mean that the greatest gain comes with
the greatest effort.
For instance, it requires very little effort
to insist on having
"Progress Brand"
Clothing, and the
gain is proportionately great. If, on
the other hand, a
man is satisfied to
accept the first suit
or overcoat that is
handed down, and will make no effort to
secure a reliable make like "Progress Brand"
���he can't expect to have other than shabby
clothes and be a walking advertisement of his
own  indifference.
"Progress Brand"
Suits and Overcoats
Look what you gain by buying'Progress Brand':
���stylish, perfect fitting garments
���made of dependable goods
���by expert tailors ���and sold with
an unconditional
gnaranteethat they
must give satisfaction or your money
back. The man who
looks for the
"Progress Brand"'
dealer and the
"Progress Brand"
label gains a great deal with very little effort.
The gain is not merely one of dollars and cents
(always an important consideration) but is the
greater gain of commanding attention and
respect by being always well dressed. 18
���' o port* ���
of each monl it<i_.
ownership inland wlll not meet this lrt8;20thol -a,,
hSTS; father (or mother, If the {��%��,���� ��*%
! father is'deceased) of a homesteader j     VANCOUVEk-Nanaimo ROUTI
, ous  permanent residence  on  farming j S' s Joan
''land owned  solely  bv  him,  not  less i    Leav"es  V a"' -" 1:�� m'l
than eighty  (80)   acres ln  extent, in i (7f'';!"   Sunda>".    Leaves N_ni'i|
.the vicinitv of tbe homestead, or up- ' ' '*��� "L
.on  a homestead entered  for by htm   VICTORIA-NANAIMO, ��� NAN��n
in the vicinity, such homesteader may \ COMOX-UNION   ROUTE,
perform his owu  residence duties by j S**^* Clty of Nanaimo,
! living with the father (or mother). Leaves Victoria Tuesday ; yj
(41    Tne term "vicinity" in the two j rlve8 Nanain_o 4 p.m.
I preceding  paragraphs  Is   defined    as      Leaves Nanaimo Saturtaj IjJ
(meaning not more than nine miles in : arrlves Vlc,0ria * ���> m-
[ a   direct  line,  exclusive  of  the  width ! R,VERS INLET. VAN ANDA, LUI
of  road  allowances crossed    in    the i '
measurement.
(5) A homesteadei intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land own- j Vancouver Sunday aftern<-on; Titlm
led by himself* must notify the agent ] Monday morning, via Ladjtmll
tor the district of such intention. NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Six months' notice ln  writing must S.S.  Amur.
be given to the Commissioner of Do-;    Leaves Vancouvei 2nd and l.tll
minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention   every month at 8 p.m.
to apply for patent. UP RIVER.
W.  VY. CORT, Beaver-
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior        Prom   New   \Y   ������]..:-.    " .y
Wednesday and Friday.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every \.��j
day. form Vane uvi r 10 am. !oril��J
and Intermediate points, R.-i'im^i
N.   II.���I'n.iotTiorizert ruhllcatlon    f
ihis   advertisement   will   not   be   paid
for.
From Chilliwack Tuesda   I o|
and Saturday.
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Liberal Convention
FOOD INSURES
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 i.s 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.
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BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY
POINTS   IN   TIIK   OLD   COTJNTRT
CAN  BE  ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next    sailings   of   tlie    i_mpresses!
Sept. I and 18.
For   reserv," ��� -   ai    :__**"rrnatk
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Maii Service
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J. VV. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
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days.   Return mail receiv��d W**l
Vancouver,   No.   3,  and lH
Lake; closes al 3    ' _���"���: da* a
cept Sunday.    Return mails reW|
at 0:3. p.m.
Dlspatohed by C. P R train ��l|
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COLUMBIA
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Use   it the  Sunlight way.
Simply ,ap%   without
harmful .^     jt   saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow   directions.
five
cents a bar
Autumn Trips
From the    I
Prairies
Pure Sail ��� prepared by a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the salt.
WINDSOR TABL�� SALT is
pure, indeed 1
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We Have a Telephone
Whal - mon wi paj attention to I an orders for any
quaniit or size of coal���egg,
.in-*- ...    or furnace   are
filled p with top grade,
easy-burning coal, (Und to
have you call, of course, but tho
'phone wlll brli g quick re-
siHinsi .
PKone 101
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
BE.��ERVE        111,000.000.00
IL,,,, throughout Canada and Newfoundland,  and du   London,   Eng.aud,
St* York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A General Banking Business Transact*!.
L of Credit issued, available w'.iL correspondents in all uartu of the
World.
_      Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of |1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate) added
four times a year.
I Asiets over 1168,000.000.00.
N'CW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D.  BRYMNER   Mann it-
AT
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New Westminster Opera House
-   NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B. C.
Under tlie   Auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary   Royal   Columbian   Hospital.
TKe Value of Economy
Mnny people fail to save, because they do not realize
the Importance of small economic-;*.
The practice, on"e begun, of laying aside a portion ot
ai .nie. no matter how sniiill, every week or mouth.
will soon become a fixed habit.
.   ..-suit in a lew years"vvll1! probably surprise, and
Inly   gratify  you.
Make a Btarl now by o] mlng an account with a de
of  One   DoUit  or more.    We  pay interest every
.  months and return your money any time yon wan:
General   Banking   Business   Conducted.       Collections   are
Promptly and Satisfactorily Made.
thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capital and Autre* Incorporattd Total A***tl
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON"! DELAY.
New Westminster Branch.      f.  B.  LYLE,   Wlgr.
'ennsylvania
Hack smiths
CO.AL
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
IMAYERS U PRESTON
P. C). Box  345 'Phone   105.
Pi front street, foot of sixth. - ��� m Westminster
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
"THE   PIXIES"
By W   A Milne, author of "Alladln," etc  Given       hon i nder
the personal direction of the author.
250���YOUNG  LADIES AND CHILDREN IN CAST���250.
All In il - i ���" and beautiful costuming, representing Pixies,
Brownies, Goblins, Insects, Monkeys, Pickaninnies, Fairies, Butterflies, Flower Girls, Pages, Amazon  Guards, Japanese   Maidens,   Etc.
TWO  HOURS OF  FUN   AND  FROLIC  IN   FAIRYLAND.
Prices���25c to $1.00    Sal'*- opens   Thursday   morning,   September
24   al  Rs ill - Drug Store.
1
mmm ���___���*___���*��������
Manufacturers and D*aur*3 tn AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sa��h,   Doort,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fi��h and Fruit Boxes.
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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FRIDAY, SEPT. 25
THE   SEASON'S   EVENT I
* H.   H   FRAZEE'S  PIQUANT  MUSICAL   MIXTURE
ISLE   or   SPICE
��� Book and Lyrics by Allen Lowe and Qeorge B. Stoddard.   Elabor-
��� ated and amplified by Frederick Rankin,    author   of   "Happyland,"
* "The Gingerbread Man," etc.   Music by Paul   Schlttdler   and   Pen
4   Jei
Twent/   Song   Hits and Unique  Dances.    The   Peer of all   Musical
Comedies.    The  Original   Production  Company  of  Sixty  People.
AMERICAN    BEAUTY   CHORUS.
Positivei,     the    Greatest.    Prettiest,    Singing,    Acting    and    Dancing
Chorus   Ever  Organized.
ENTIRE   PRODUCTION
RICHLY STAGED HANDSOMELY GOWNED
CLEVERLY ACTED PERFECTLY  PRESENTED
Prices $150. $1.00, 75c and 50c.    Seats on Sale 8spt. 22.
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FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
M City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Weatmineter
1 Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    war
stations wlll run every hslf-
Hour  from   5:50 a. m.    Last
car leave* at 11 p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave tne depot    every
twenty mtautes for both  Sapperton and city limits over the
t   nit} line.
| British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
v $ tf*** se ��������
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 8:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Care leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
halt past and fifty minute* after
the hour, commencing at 6:80
a. m.
Sunday Sarwiee  bait-neurty between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Vancouvi     S
nual   autumn
prairh .. i . will take place
the t". p,  it. i.        . ,..      Uil.   au. j
nounced    bj    Ro n ri    is..       general
traffic managi    i .  the company,    on
his arrival back trom Vii       . ���   ��� ���
le ]
"Thesi   cheap rates   will    probably
havi   the effect of largely adding   to!
thi   ,-.., ilation ol   bit province, as we j
have advices thai they will be taken
advantage of by thousands    of
pie," .aid M    Kerr.
Mr. Kerr shares in the general
optimism as to crop conditions in tho
middle west and considers that these
wlll help i' Columbia as wi
oth< i  parte   il the Dominion.    Hi
equally optimistic as to the   demand
which will   .  . reated on the pre
for British oi lumbla fruit, baaing
. dations on the    fact   that    on
.!,.  sixth ol  ; ii   cultlvatal Le ai ea ���
alrli no*- inhabited.     Mi
Kerr Is devot n    himslelf to   the   d<
velopment of transportation  ol   frull
and 11   ��� tabh ���    ��� tween   Bi tlsh    C -
i centres and ann..���-.,���
il.   will be a visum in Vancouver for
���lo of days.
Wanted -:- Lost -:- hound
Jose to Sing "Too Late"
1 \ -its of Richard J. Jos�� the
ci le a < d contra-tenor, ha\c een
likened by some of his many admirers
to angel's visits���"few and far be-
tween"���noi thai "Dick" particularly
regembli a an angel, nor that he haa
wing A imi no angel could be mofle
wel .um. than the popular tenor, whether he conies in opera, in vaudeville, or in min ��� ->. 11 is ''Dick"
Jo . thej waul u ��� se md -'Dick"
Jose'B sweei I nor voli e I he*- wanl to
list, n  to.
He comes thlg time al the head o!
the Richard J. Jose companj i hos!
in himself���with new selections Including the beautiful son _ Too Late,"
written especially tor Mini' Melba,
and sung bj Jose tor the flrsl time
by anyone save Melba hei Belf
Another vocal gem to be  sun . b
iho   tenor   Is  "Time   and   Tide,"   and
.mi another ia "Rose or My life."
Never lias .lose been in ((ttch perfect
voli.- as he is al present, in i nevei
in. he been aci orded a more en
Lstli ��� ��� li .mi. than in his presenl tour, accompanied bj soloists ol
n iti and eputatlon and giving a pro
gram of rare excellence and choice
lelectlons, the [ireaienl engagement
marks an epoch in the advOnl ol
rauslcdom which all should take ad-
vantage of
The tour thus far has proven one
of the crowning successes of Jose's
career before the public and the d*e-
in,md fm seats has everywhere been
very brisk. Mr. Jose will appear In
the opera house Monday, Sept. 21.
11 or Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc. |
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\\ ANTEt) Will the party who took
the baseball chesl protector from
Carver'q howling alley please return same immediately*, if noi returned, pro Ion wlll follow. Apply Dally News
w v \ ri-*.i)--A scowhouSe, state dinien
slons, price, age etc Write R. W.
w , tliis. office.
POR SALE ��� One gentle driving
horse;   will trot one mile In 2:3
.. ap.     Address    ��� .\.    T.,"    News
office.
FOR    BALE   0 >    wi
three v e . old cov. Addi e - "A. T.,"
Kevi Office
RENT   House on Brunette stri el
Sappi  ti a   modern,   live   rooms,
$15,    \. .       White,   allies   fc   Cc.
 ������ ���������
WANTED Hats to retrlm, alec have
new hats and trimmings. Auckland
and   Tenth  streets.
\-\t\l SALE House, -table and two
lois, cleared and fenced, Second
n..: and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. AIbo,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
WANTED���Japanese    boy   attending
s.li,. il wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 646, City.
WANTED���Japanese boy or girl for
housework, daily. Hardwlck, St.
Andrews street.
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
light housekeeping. Student at college in return for board would be
acceptable.   P. o. Box 66*?. City,
For   s.M .ft ���Motor   launch;    well-
found and fast; seat3 fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor .  Box    M .
Now Westminster.
WANTED Two or three unfurnished
rooms; must il e moderate; neai
bridge preferred. Apply Posl Office
Box 732,
V __ S T M I N S T 1. R EMPLOYMKNT
agency���Under new management,
488 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 80t. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office. IO? Cordova
street weet, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
NOTICE
Having been crowded out of business, I offer for sale my Whole stock
and equipments, Cameras 1144 and
8-10, Stamps, ami two view 5-7 and
11-11; Lenses Volghtlander 1417 and
half. Harlot 8-10 and Derogee 3-10,
back and head grounds, mounts, furniture, stoves, burnisher, trays, flash
lamps, etc.. etc. A large assorment
of Picture Frames and amateur
mounts. Photos one-quarter off for
balance of this month.
CORNISH'S  STUDIO.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P.O.Box  885.
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
SS. "Favorite
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf dally
' at 3 p.m., except Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
! additional trip on Mondays, leaving ai.
5 a.m.
Returning leave "Westham Island 7
ia.m. dally, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
! additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m.
I    Calling    at    Steveston    Tuesdays,
i Thursdays and Saturday*.
i
���    Tickets to Steveston and return 50
' cents on Saturdays only.
I
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey's
40 piece Tea Sets, English China,  $4,50 to  $20.00.
10 piece Toilet Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW  things in China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the ..MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via INiagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc.. adflress
OIO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen* 1-Passenger ami Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St. Ghkvvfo. IU.
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Campaign of Publicity
To Interest Americans
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WOOD
��� WE have a full line,
t including Disston,
J' Shurly & Dietrich,
I and other makes.
.Prices Right.
,    icouver, Sept,  17.   -The nexl  big
. ampalgn   ol   the   \\ estern
.   la Imnilgratlon association is to
i   devoted to   British   Columbia,    li
will  -.i-suli   In   sjettling   thousands  ol
.   i ans  from  the  middle  v, i si   In
li -'i.s. the Okanagan and In
thi Fras'ei river valley. The agricultural and fruit-growing posslblli-
lei Dl the province an to be exploit
i i as they never have been before,
This was the statement made by
John r. Langan, of Chicago, a prominent member of the association. Mr.
Langan will be joined here next week
by Walter Gunn, of the Gunn-Vander-
hnff Publishing company, of Chicago,
Together they will tour the province
to obtain data for the publicity campaign to be waged under the auspices
of the association.   Mr. Langan is al
readj familiar with many sections of
the province.
"The association Intends to ex ���' -
.-. ii \t\ advertising British Colum '���
In one American magazine alone, i'
started the Influx of Americans to thi
prairie provinces and will do thesam
for British Columhla. When ihe
movement was launched Calgarj had
Ttuiii people. Today its population is
27,000, Mr. Emerson Hough, a noted
writer, is preparing a serial entitled
(Sowing,' ilrailng with the prairie
provinces nnd British Columbia, i'1'
was out here some time ago. H's
work will later be issued In book
form, As it deals with foreign immigration lie went, to Europe to secure  epme  of his  data."
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B. C.
HARVEST THANKSGIVING
SERVICES LAST THREE DAYS
Salvation Army Broposes Bu,ld;ng Cottage   for     Local    Officers���Cooperation  Is  Needed.
IRISH  STATESMEN   ON
A VISIT TO AMERICA
We Have
ALL KINDS OP
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Salvation Army holds its annual har-est thanksgiving Iserylces
on Saturday, Sunday and Tuesday
next, September 19. 20 and  22.
ln the usual manner, the Army is
soliciting the co-operation and support
of the general public in the form of
donations of cash, or goods that may
he sold and turned into cash. These
gifts will be gratefully received by the
commanding officer or any Salvationists.
The proceeds of of this effort will
be disposed of as follows; A small
sum to be devoted to a general fund
for the purpose of assisting officers
with the work in difficult and poor
stations, and the balance to be applied
to a local fund for the purpose of
erecting a cottage for the officers pf
the local corps to live in. It is considered in this way tuat the present
effort will very materially benefit the
local work in Westminster.
.New York, Sept. 17.���John E, Redmond, lhe Irish leader in the house
<if commons; Joseph E. Devlin. Ml'-.
and John Kitz Gibbon, who came to
this country to attend the biennial
convention of the United Irish league
at Boston, were given a warm reception on their arrival here today. The
party was escorted to the Hoffman
limine, where a formal reception
was tendered Mr. Redmond by lhe
league.
INDIGNANT MEN  BURN A
RELIGIOUS  SECT'S  CAMP
COAL  CREEK   MINES
RUN   SHORT   HANDED
Tenders Wanted
Separs e tenders , e   received
.*--._ the 21st
nSt, at noon.  '��� ; ii- -     ��� :   work,
_ ..   Fire
mer   of
F .���:..-
- --           .- -   *   i tn be seen
: ;" ���- r
Fernie, Spt. 17.���The C.P.R. yards
present a busy aspect on account of
the great amount of freighl which Is
arriving daily In carloads and local
carload shipments. Over 125 cars of
Fernie freight are in the yards to be
unloaded, consisting chiefly of lumber, cenii ii an ', general merchandise.
Some miners have ean laid ofl iu
No. 9 mine. Coal Creek, within the
: si week, and a oui forty men out of
some 180 to 200, formerly employed
..-  this mine, are now at work.
Baltimore, Sept. 17.���Thirty men
descended early today on the camping
ground of the Irvinites, a religious
sect which is holding a convention at
Brooklyn Anne, a\rundel county, and
set fire to two large tentsi Both
were destroyed, and a house in which
was stored a quantity of provisions
was partly burned. The Irvinites had
In their preaching denounced the
people of the town.
Vf& OPERA HOUSE
Monday,   Sept. 21
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Swindled   on   Large   Scale.
Philadelphia,  Sept.  17.���Dr. George
. ii on,   ol   Xew   York,   was arrested
a! .. prominent hotel here today on a
��� igitive     warrant     from   N'ew   York,
charging him  with raise pretences.
It is alleged he secured $100,000 bj
ns  of  fraudulent  notes.    He  will
irraigned   this  afternoon.      Tho
ol   the   prosecutor  Is  noi   yet
publicly  known  in  this   city.
���AMERICA'S GREATEST CONTRA
TENOR"
Richard  J. Jose
"Tne Sweetest Singer the World
Hns Ever Known."���Chicago Inter-
Ocean.
Presenting by  His Own  Select  Company  the  Hiliarious  Comedy
Don't Tell My Wife
Presented by a Competent Cast of 16.
In the last act Miss Hayward wears
a Beautiful "Dlrectolre Gown."
Prices 25c to $1.00.
Choice Meats at
Centra! Meat Market
Corner Eighth Bt -ind    Fifth .Avenue
PHONE   37a
EOWELL & ODDY. Proprietor*
Close Season for Whales Arranged.
Victoria, Sept. 17. -Owing to thel
necessity ol arranging u close Beaspn
for whaling In tho Sea of .lapan the
[many coast whaling companies io�� 1
Japan held a conference and decldi I
iiiKin joint action, according to advices received by the Bteamer Aid
Maru   yesterday.
. "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
NewWestminster Opera House
SATURDAY,  SEPT.   19
Two performances, 3  p.m. and 8 p.m.
BU BBLES
A   Fairy   Operetta   and  .Musical
Diorama    of   the    Russo-Japan
ese   War   in   Manchuria.
Direction  of   Professor Clay.
POPOLAK   PRICES.
50c   and   25c   (evening   reserved)
Matinee  3   p.m..  25c;   children,   (unreserved),   10c,
3eats on  sale at   Ryall's drug store.
WE WANT
EVERYBODY
to know thai the place to buy,
Acre Home, where you get al
either   for  speculation,
Citv facilities is
Five
QUEENSBOROUGH
WATER  FRONTAGE
PLANKED ROADS
DITCHED LAND
SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL CITY  FACILITIES.
Call and get our Price Llsi   at  once, us this means dollars to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
'ROFESSIONAL.
WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   SO-1 j
licitor,  etc.,    42   l.nrne  Street,!
opposite Court House   New Westniiu-
ster.    Phone It:',. ____���!
A.
W
HITESIDB  &   EDMONDS, Barr!"
j Columbia street,   N'ew    Westminster,
i W. .1. Whiteside. II. L, Kdmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, BARRI3-
"�� ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
vVes.minster, Trapp Block
Clarkson and  l.orne streets.
cornoi
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Ham ster am.
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
Ma and McKenzie streets. Mew West
minster. B. C.
W
P. II A N SFO It D. Hamster
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets. New Westminster  i��. c.
Telephones   8S-;09
__*^--E3_*:._!_a_-_7_K:5nik-1!
w. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicit*"
Curtis block, Clarkson  street.    P. O.
2o_: 160,   Telephone 64
1
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Ready-to-weol
Garments
for
Women, Misses ani
Children
We announce special values in our ready-to-wear department, with thel
combination of Style and Quality usual in all our garments.
Our aim is to sell only the most dependable clothing.   You can rely
what you buy here.   Descriptions of several special lines follow.
Ladies' Cheviot Coats
Special Value
$13.71
Three-quarter lenj-th and  material is a diagonal cheviot, all wool,  aud  a  most serviceable weujJ
fabric.    Colors are navy, brown, dark grey and black.   Backs are semi and loose lit: .._��� ,   . '.yr,^
serge lining and seams are bound throughout; collar Is of same material with Btltchlng on velvet - --���
ming; cuffs are turn back style with braid and ornament trimming; pockets are made with fancy'.rimmed (laps.    Only a limited number of this special line; all sizes, 32 to 4:'.   Our special price, each... JILTSI
Two Popular Styles in
_____________________________
Golf Jackets and Coat
i
At $5.00 Each
Our Special Norfolk Coats
Colors are navy, brown, black, cardinal and
white; made of tine, sofi wool in hip lengths. A
belt of same material with button trimmings; roll
collar, and these coats are shown in all sizes, 32
to 12.    Kacti $5 00
Twelve Button
Kid Gloves
$2.75    PER    PAIR.
Tan, green, navy, grey, black and white are the
colors which we -bow in this special glove. They
a . Reynler made, which is a guarantee of then*
serviceability and correctness of style; all sizes now
In stock.
At $2.50 Each
l-'ini.   ribbed wool goll Jacket   ������ - slwjj
and tight fitting cuff.   Opens do��
lar in vest style;  pearl button           ���   size ��
used  In  fastening front; size- art          :- '���
colors are navy, black, brown, cardinal and wMft,
Each 	
B
Moreen Underskirts\
Plain Colors Only at
a Special price
$4.25   EACH.
Colurs are grey,  cardinal,   brown,
and   black.    This partlcula :' '
all,  fun around tx ttom with ���'��� '��� .
oil  frill,  with a  dust   frill.   Made in all tli    -J
ary sizes and s;,..;iul large < il
sizes.  Each .H21
A Special 56 Inch Suiting
An extra  weigh! plain cloth adapted to the making up of serviceable suits i r I    "
navy, golden brown ami dark brown, absolute!) unspottable and of a finish that  will nol
wear.    Note tho extra  width which cuts to great advantage.   Per yard      	
..0
56 Inch Tweed Suitings
These new suitings are shown in dress lengths of six yards each.   The now ombre stripes
shaded plaids are among the most popular styles.   Prices, per length r... *8,00 a"
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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