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 |e, Shiles & Co.
lRE INSURANCE
pESTMffSTER> B-C
NUMBER 200
l|c JDajUn I
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, AUGUST 31, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
HSONER INSANE
?
I DEM*ND  FOR B. C. SALMON
18   RAPIDLY   INCREASING
,T'"' "- " salmon on the En-
igllsb   markel   :-   ��pWlj,   increasing
I ��nb prici - are steadily advancing in
.    rymp^th>'    The deliveries o! British
iCedtO Seven Years In Columbia salmon from warehouses al
London ;i!"> Liverpool hav, also been
larser mi, month than toi some time
past' Wtogethei tbe markel appears
to be recovering to normal.
Half-pound   F
now bi lling
pence, and
RECEIVED
fIVE YEARS SALARY
THIS   COMPANY   SHOULD
GO  TO   SLEEP   FOR
ABOUT TWENTY YEARS
|j��or Holdup, Murray
ujges Suddenly Violent
..,. of passing seven long
penitentiary had *uch u
j,eflecl on Kenneth Murray
, Bterdw, while e n
v     ,. lie tbe pen.
��� .     ,-ho conducted Murray
. entertained the  opinio:)
���,i.- shamming, but
jut on a make-up which
Big   Frank   Knocked   Hill
Down, Then   Refused to
'" i river flats are
���'! ;i shillings and thr��
ei conm
Rip Van  Winkle  wns a  very lucky
man���lie  w>as  able    to go  to    sleep
through part of the , i rformance at I
the   Opera   house   yesterday  evening.
Other  people    bad  to keep    awake,
Resign Until Paid $175,0001 kK'k 0B- ll8t8n aml >'���"*'"���
  it is bad enough to eee a poor show :
I of  any   kind,   but   to   see  ;i   classical I
.Stuyves.'.nt | p;���C��� sueh as Rip Van Winkle mangl-1
by em  aggregation of    fifth
BRIDGE COLLAPSES
KILLED NINETY MEN
DUTCH   COMPANY   ABANDONS
BUSINESS   FOR   PLEASURE
The Dutch company, of which  the
Hon.   Richard   McBride   is   the   most
  I prominent member, left yesterday for
j Stave lake, where they will camp for
Workers   Feared  Awful   Ac-j,wo weeks and enjoy the hunting and
., a    i  r>     u  .J   A fishing wbicb abounas in thai vicinity.
Cident And Kusnea Away     The memberB ot the Dutch company
From Scene Previous Day.
Irn:
the   officers   eel'  this
the
New    York,     Au
yesterday conn-   Fish prophecies that the next llliwMs j e(i
aentf) expressed the opinion that thej   Central meeting will be a lively oue.  vaudeville barnstrtffaeri is more than
��    ,  t0     u]]]]~< h> Christmas,   In an  Interview  given  today he  ite- anyone shouad be called upon te. wlt-
'      i    napes will ad-   Heatedly   called     Mr.   Harriman   jme Less.   David Clifford, the headllner of
vance proportionati ������  ��� <-���-'- ��--   -*���.-.-.
very  name to  which he objected  so jthe piece, wp* deplorably weak in fhe
���forcibly     when     President     Hara^Ul   dramatic     Bitmations    and   fulled   to
on Wednesday. . pieaee the audience    at    any    time.
���
Lt,>v committed hiin to
[without hesitation.
was Be nti need    to    serve j
j..       ii   pen. for highwaj
(���,,;:.::;i". d   ln   Nelson   some'
;;, v. a convicted of hold- '
L Italian and robbing him oi
of Augusi   it speaks ��� f considerabl
Bpol bui : ���      In ���,,;   y ,
reds, prici s firm and advancing. Alaska reda selling at lv 9d; Bocke;��
pound tails, 25s ril; pound flats, 27s;
half-Mats. :;is 3d, all ex-war hous ��� al
Liverpool Si ceral thousand ca les ol
reds ai ��� being Bhippe 1 Lack
lo the United States,
In London the reports of the bad
fishing season In British Columbia
and Alaska are strengthening the
market. Price.- are much the same
ae In Liverpool for spot sales. Sellers' ideas for forward *ilmon are at
present entirely beyond the ieleas of
buyers In London.
Le(l chi ��� ������   and other prop.
hten Bentence was passed on
; Wednesday    morning,    the
koke down and became- vio-
i threatened to commit sui-
Ifcall:   his conduct  became
jjjthat he had to be manacled
ied continually,
|;.,���     ho 1 roughi Murray to
��te that their prisoner ai t-
���ober mi nnei  until  within a
Ki run of this city, when h"
m .creaming    and  yelling. 	
���  .    In tbe lockup at Haney
fhours. an.i when the cm-'Both Teams In First Class
ned to him, Murray had un-
(lone ol the straits which held
bud had buckled it about his
party arrived here aboul
the delayed train,  and  the
| was hustled    i:i  a cab an I
the pen. ..riiling all the way.
���gtarden of the penitentiary
III ri ���      the man. clnimrig
fag b z', nnd arrangements
i ri; ���.. 11av,j   him   com-
I to tteisylum, Drs. Drew and
the  medical   exam-
I_.'-k- to determine wheth-
"-' ���    i aiming, he will not
(te to th"    asylum  for a   few
! lp i;' ' ��� antime he is unde'r
���lib pi vlncial jail.
K. II. Harriman is a liar regarding
his stock holdings in Illinois Cen-
tral," declared Mr. Fish. "He poSpd
a- a heavy owner last NovembfT,
when be had really sold out to tue
I'nion Pacific. 1 believed he wee- tying then, but 1 could not prove it on
him. Now ] have the proof out of
his own mouth In his testimony before the Interstate commerce commission.
"I My Harriman is lying about lv's
stock holdings. I say it with no feeling of anger in the matter,   lt is his
Weak-kneed support was given him
by the remainder of the company, and
that was about all be dererved. The
; nly bit of the evening was made by
the Good Dust piccaninnies, who contributed ,a  couple of baby sonps.
Quebec, Aug. 3(1.���Ninety men were
rate' plunged to death yesterday evening
when the superstructure of what was
to have been the greatest cantilever
bridge In the world collapsed and
sank Into the depths of the St. Lawrence river, between Sillery ancl St.,
Roumouald, five miles from Quebec.
AM that remains of the grand struc- j
ture are its huge abutments on  the j
shores, and in t.'ie liver a great mass
of   tangled,   tv.fried   steel   work   pins
down all the bodies of the men  who
had been working on it.
The scene if, one of utter ruin.
are Hon. Richard McBride, Thos. Gif-
| ford, M.P.P., Sheriff Armstrong. .1. J.
Cambridge, Dan Starrett, S. A.Fletcher. \V. J. Whiteside. A. E. McPhlellips.
M.P.P. for the Islands, und Harry
Freeman.
The above named persons bave
made a practice during the past eight
years to spend their holidays en
masse, and generally ut Stave lake.
In  his speech  during the course of
jthe    evening,     Irving  Beers  made itj     At   midnight  a   swarm of would-be
! plain to all that he was not reapon-! "escuers lined the shores looking for
Rii
ri rie for the cast in the Rip show.
He promises��� ancl so far Mr. Beers
has made good all his promises���that
the Rambeau Stock company, which
opens on Monday with "Merely Mary
LABOR DAY MATCH
WILL BE SWIFT ONE
Shape  And White   Heat
Rivalry Promises Well.
STEAMER FAVORITE
HAS CHANGED HANDS
��SUSPECT IS
BEHIND BARS
Mem.lay's la< osa cn iti h at Vancouver between thi New Westminster team anl the Vancouvers bids
fair io i tbi t'i.'.c st match of the
year, Both U arm aye worked up to
a high y.-ib an . both nre out after
onors, As the league Btands
aow, New Westminster bus won three
mai    ���     md      a ; tree yel  to play, 'paid his full salary for five years.
while   Vancouver  lias   won   two  and
b.'f fiii'i    ��� ;  ' . iiia;', sn that the senior Vancouvi.  I am has a chance to
tie   with   \ ������    Vest] i   for    ' ���
championship. From the way tho
Van< ouvi iavi been wading in both
a; praeri ��� :.:i I al matches recently.
It la plain lhal they will endeavor to
. od Btunt on Monday,
,lh,i j;   . . c >a   e thai tbe locate wiili
misstatements   that have   made   Ste   Ann,"  will  be    infinitely superior to
tired of the fellow.    1 might put it a   Clifford's dubs.
little more  gently    and  say that  be 	
was mistaken.   Yet 1 guess it is just
as well as 1 have said it.    Pie lied."
The first fight of the season in
which a railroad president figured
was when Louis W. Hill, president e.f
the Great Northern railroad, wa-
knocked down by a well-planted blow
from the fist of his first vice-presi
dent, Frank H. McGuigan.
"Liar" was the sentiment th;;'
caused this fight and only the presence of Louis Hill's father, that ven-
erable giant of the Northwest. Jamei?
J, Hill, prevented it from becoming
a slaughter.
McGuigan'a reward oi $175.00,'>
cami :���' Out l a peculiar way. He
had come to the Grei I .V itBeTtn ut
der ��� 9\e-j : ��� < ��� .t ,-������""��� "��� ��
year. After the fight, of course, the
Hills could not bear to have him
around. He held to his contract, and
as a price  for    his resignation,  was
bodies, seeking to find out if some
unfortunate bad managed to fight, his
way through the great currents that
swirl about the base of the abutments.
The West End intermediate team
Which is going over to Vancouver
this afternoon to play a lacrosse
game against the Athletics of that
city at Recreation park, will be composed of the following, named in posi; on: Munn, Marshall, Galbrailii,
W. Warwick. Eastman, T. Rennie, H.
Johnston, Bartlett, E. Warwick, R.
Sangster, G. Spring, O. Swanson.
The referee will be appointed inst
previous to the match. The winners
of the game are to be presented with
| River Boat Will Be Refurnished Throughout Under
the New Management.
AERONAUT ESCAPED
FROM AWFUL DEATH
Gas Bag Leaked And Earth
Rushed Upward to Meet
Falling Balloonist.
Wn who Is  held  responell le
������������ ���:.      ibi rlea  thai   have   |,  L.;..;       ard battl
: municipality   of     i i In thi outcome is strong
lhi   last   month ox   0n the side- of New  Westminster, bo
i '���      odged in n   '
Stbyveseant Fish is fighting with
his Bsts, with resolutions, wi'.h carefully gathered proxies, to regain control of the Illinois Central. He does
not need the salary, but he is anxious
to get back at Harriman.
BOYS STRAYED AWAY
FROM IHE RIGHT ROAD
'' and
011 S ibi r  3.    He   was ���
I5 '���'  n b earing  In  Bur-
i':''-'. fore    Councillor
���:' bai r,. oi having
I ' sseaalon and
I Bta.ted.   Wile n
'; bl  B  Ralph eea i
aaby ca thi
���. as well : ������ ���
mce,    Wilson '
Two small boys wno set out yester
aay morning to drive from Vancouvei
The   steamer  Favorite    which   has
een operated by Mrs. Minnie Harvey
on the Fraser for several years, has
hinged ban is, and on Monday will
_..  ,i)i.|..-r neat maiiagenitut.
Complete ownership of the boat has
been assumed by .lames Cunningham,
who held a mortgage of $150U on it,
and he has in turn leased it for a
term of one year to Captain Horace
Young, Jim Greer aud T. D. Coid-
iCUtt.
Mr, Coldicutt will resign his position as assistant market clerk to as-
3 ime the position of purser on the
steamer. Mr. Greer, who has filled
the position of engineer on the Favorite for months, will continue in
that position under the new management
Before putting the boat into ccm-
mifision, the lessees will tie her up
anil  give her a thorough overhauling
special trains have been run from j either locketf. or medals, they having
Quebec, and at this hour fifteen mu- j the option of choosing. The trinkets
���Hated    bodies    have    been  brought   will be valued at $5 aolece.
We. 	
't was only yesierday when some
of the workers, white-faced, ran to
shore and shouted:
"The bridge is going to fall. We
won't work on it any longer."
They had heard rivets creaking.
They had seen the stout supporting
"atiles sag and seemingly groan under the weight imiiosed upon them.
But this morning they had rid
���hemseives of fear, after the manner
ol their kind. They were accustom-
��.| to danger and scoffed at the
q.ialms of their less courageous |
brethren.
Again they hailed their fellow
workers on the other end, and soon
'he clang of the sledge hammer, tbe
'ilowing of tbe triig'. and the sharp
ing of tbe riveting maciunery
started.
It was then that fate decreed tha\
ninety lives should be swallowed ap
in the river that seethed eighty feet
b��low.
Although the coroner will take
prompt action toward placing the
Warne. there already is talk of steps
toward criminal prosecution.
uch so that consldera le money was. ^"poI   ,; ...    strayed from thi right   from end  to end.     She will  be re-
wlil go up   placed at two to on.  by local sports,    ,,���.,,.,,    tter passing through New   painted and the oOd and worn out fur-
Goal, Graj
Following Is the line-up
point, ���   "lV"'-   T'   (;ifford;
defence,  ri. G fl ird, Georga Rennie,
W.   Turnbull;    centre,  Pal   Feeney;
homo,    T.  i: unli.
rurnbu ;.    ou
Bryson.
Westminster  and
... .-���  rdaj
Porl Moo ly,   A
Collisti r, return ng fi tm P rl v    d i
found   ������ e  la '   ing   in   the
i,:.}, o    li ���" md, If such were pos-
,j ���.,   on to ��� et' the big hill just  I e-
the entrance to Pi rt Moody.   As
 .,,,,��� from   the bo;    ,        n a dilemna r gardln
found    themselves   ^ture and oarpets In tbe cabin-
afternoon    entering     '  ���' I:;'"': '���>' J1-w SOOdfi-
Johnston atri Mrs.!    The boat will continue on the
sion  r���'n. calling ai  way j.orts.
Will
Mie.
Wintemute,    L.
Henry:      insi !��� .
8 pa
Cresci
���
Ten-:
wh
lOi
I
Tournament.
Lawn 'i  ''���'
allows:
Sutherland;   Di
;  Mri; Cotton and
Ml . WPllani.; an i
yesterdaj
. .    ,- he '!
course,  Mrs, Collister and  Mr,
i. considering the bo;��' y 11 b,
llllel
Oni  o '   ���'    ���
; rrj   Burr's   | ';'"���' < -1
morning,   '   n>8ton
,u   brought  tbem  home  with them
;:;        i ""��*   ���   - - ����"��� T""
.. wa   decldi I
''     'ur,��     ':     ,   iedto Port Haney.
remainder.       ���  ' ��  .   lad    ,  ���
I     [lng ol the sho   .
,,.eei, when the fog "
t0   bo:       .'.������������������'���   ":' "HI    e'loaded
on to tb    Raraona this ra irnlng an I
Deadlock   Over   Date.
The   executive   of   the   New   VY st-
minster   Lacrosse   club   has   written
Vm manager ol the Maple Lea)    urging that  lhe lasl leagu ��� match bet-
���i  the  two teams which is BChed-
.'��� i  ie,   be  playe l  between  Octo
I  and 5, be play d at Queen's
ra   Sept* mbi r  21,    A  formi i   letti r
Barnstable, Mass., Aug. 30.���Almost
6,000 persons at the annual county
fair saw Professor Maloney, a bail-
loonlst, drop 2,000 feet to the earth,
strike on the top of a fence post, and
escape probably with his life. Maloney made his ascent as usual late
this afternoon and as visitors at the
fair grounds gazed upward they saw
that his attempts to cut "his parachute
were fruitless.
For fully two miles Maloney floated
along. The gas was rapidly leaking
from the big bag above him and ae
prepared for the long drop, Malone.;
and the bailoon came earthward rap- -
Idly. As it neared the earth tho can-.
vas fell around the body of the aeronaut and prevented him from seeing
where he was falling. He struck on
the top of en big cedar |K>st. Luckily
 ! he did  not  fall squarely, but struck
iin a half standing position.   JHs back.
A  committee  was appointed  nt  the '       , ,,.,.���,, ,,, .,, , ,.   , . 	
' | ��.<������> terribly torn and his left arm JTM ���
special meeting of the New Westm'n- ( hadly broken.   Physicians say he wlf
ster Lacrosse club held last evening, ' doubtless recover as he Is not Injured
COMMITTEE WANTS TO
KNOW WHERE MONEY WENT
to draft a reply to the Lacrosse as-
internally.
RICHARD   MANSFIELD   RECEIVES
HIS LAST CURTAIN CALL.
soclation witn reference to the de-j
c.ision arrive I at in the Vancouver-!
New Westminster lacrosse protest.
The award waa discussed in all its! New London, Conn., Aug. r,0���Rich-
phasea and the concensus of opinion ! anl Mansfield, tbe best known actor
was that objection should be taken Ion the American stage, passed away
against some of the main features, this morning at his summer residence,
In the first place, the meeting regard- Seven Oaks, Ocean avenue. Death
ed It us very strange that a commit- was directly due to disease of the
tee of the association which exhibit-; liver, aggravated by complications,
i such a ��� high regard for the fine Dr, A. il. Mien, a local physician who
points of the regulations when deal- has been in charge since Mr. Muir..-
lng   wllh   New   Westminster,   should   field's   arrival   ,iere     from     Saraneiio
it waa
that  theiT  name   ri
jllle, and thai their parents are mov-
��� ���.,,  Vancouver tc  Porl   Hani y,
I
��� Dlam, |,
|t|]    ���.
Motherell;
I irleson  vs.
Cor-
Tull.
:""''' ::"' iTwSTo     ���."' bavin        ���        '   '    '
so  far   forget   one   rule,   namely,   tie. Lake,   New   York,   stale's   that   death
��� sent  - fgesting thai this c       ���  one  pn Bribing  forty-eight bows  as was not entirely unexpected, although
te taken, to which l e Maple Leaf the timeilln_.it in which decisions are this facl had noi i>wn made public
xecutiv    replied to  the  effect-tb I   to be handed down, and take three or Mr.   Mansfield's  condition bad   been
September 21  was unsuitable on ac   four times that long.   Tbey also an reported as excellent.
h int   ol   thei    being   engaged  ea b   desirous of receiving b statemenl  cf It is stated that be stood the jour-
around  a
tli" time
email Islan l  tl
��� ��� on the road.
���el Miss Peele vs.
Illmore;  Dorer vs.
Thomas Proctor om I . i    city etec-| r
-rnal   Burns.
30.���The   building
urler JoufnaJ waa
tire this morn-
iated in the upper j
: lil.llnu,  and  11
Members i
gri' tion wl
two   teams
;,���.;.]  football ag-    ricjan for New Westminster and.now J ;
form  , . :  elvea into    ngaged  as an  electrician on   board
ftn i   play  ������  one of the Empress liners was in the
engaged ea b desirous of receiving ,-. pi.ii._iii...,. e
Saturday for several weekB previous the costs of conducting the protest, n,'-v from Snrnnne lake well, and that
lo that date, aad would thereto] i In view of the tact that New Wes'- he was up and around his home here
in an unfit condition, In view of the minster club has been assessed the.! until three days ago. Then a turn for
id   that  the  tournament   which  has. total costs, which bo far as is known, I the  worse set  in   and  Mr. Mansfield
,:,   Mondaj
match al   Mo       Bqua
n   in o'clocl
.-,, commencing   rjtv yesterday with n party of friends
natch will
thing, but
of enthuBlastB.
"locks
Wen
m?
'���� the
ltion
,,   m.    Hi" m
,(.     ,       ���  practice boul than any^
wI11 na aoubt draw a crowd
T)u, reg���iar practice
��� Tuesdaj    and    Thursday
"�� be almost total.  ���nlngs and Saturday afternoons at
'    ipied a prominent   Moody sQuare.
'I districl,  nnd  for;' ���	
The    Brackman-Ker   Milling com-
���   w,,.,k some ,.!,.,' along thej-?
,!,,.   track   and men
, ; ;,,,,,., judging
���������.,   ���|-   tt.i;,.g  at I shoveled  into in�� .������, oth-
(rain   Vancouver.    Mr. Proctor  called
on many old friends whip, here.
i'<er exhibition w ��� '..
will require the full attention of the
.aiions teams tor levera] days previous, there sei-ms to be no othei- date
w,ns nothing at all except the travelling expenses incurred by the two
New Westminster representatives in
reaching    Vancouver.      Nevertheless
than the 21st, and the local club has' the association bas  retained  the  $25
written   the   Mount   Pleasant   club  to
was confined to his room. On Thursday, Dr. MeClellian, of Pittsburg, was
summoned. Dr. Ailan said today that
he had feared the worst for several
days.   There were finite a number of
TICKETS FOR  SALE
this effect and asking for a reconsideration of th" suggestion.
'ought   that,  several
would burn.
records of ihe Cour-
reported     destroyed,
machines were burn-
'' are ruined.
yesle
were in
lini
scalier'
out
0|uids will be com-
'''iy electrician and
'"' middle ,of next
, Mpected that the men
_2 blKv at this particular
to,,t a mouth.
along
Into thi
im,ei the quantity of
e,- objectionabh
mixed wiili it
point.     The compan    -
dav   yesterday   pnttol   '"
through a tanning tn
lhat  was I
wb,',i il     rived ri this
busy  all, g
gprtin j B
11
Reserved tickets for the New
Westminflter vs. Vancouver la-
ro ������ match on Labor day, can
he purchased at the DaiCy
News office today from �� a.m.
to fl p.m. and on Monday (if
any are left over) morning from
fi a.m. to 1" au'. These tickets
entitle the holder t'i entrance He
the grounds and a seat in the
p-and stand. Price of ticket
",:,(-. Ot into the New W'est-
���ninster section of the stand
and  root   for the  boys  in  red.
placed In their hands by the New'conditions that prevented his getting
Westminster club, and the locals well. During the great actor's last,
would like to know where the money: moments he was lying in a condition
���went, ! of coma   and   did   not   recognize  the
These matters will be set  forth  in I love'l ones at his bedside,
the  reply   which   lhe  committee  Willi     T'iere were pres-nt at the time of
lose no time in drafting and forward- j nis death, his brother Felix, his youn';
ing to the association.    The assoc'ia- ] *��> and the physicians ancl nurses,
tion will also be asked to have a rep-1 '
resentative of the Vancouver team' The Rev. Dr, and Mrs, Crafts, who
wait on the New Westminster club j were expected to arrive in New West-
wiien a date and place for playing minster yesterday, did not put in an
the protested game may be arranged.   ; appearance owing to the late arrival
  . of the Aorangi.   Dr. Crafts wa's billed
lo  deliver  a  lecture  last evening in
"Bed)"   Cheyne   announces   that,  he; Queen's  avenue  church,    but on  his
has resigned from the B. C. Amateur  non-,nrrlval the gap was filled bv Rev.
Inst,    It la supposed he wandered off  Lacrosse association, but will continue  Dr Tllfts nf tV)��� international Reform
as ho was known to be somewhat ele-   in  the  position  or manager    of the   bureau,
ineuted at times. i New  WeatmlnBter.cUib. ' -���- ---
Valuable Chinaman Lost.
A hue and cry has gone out amoni;
Chiiliwack Chinamen as to the where-1
abouts  of  a  number  of  their  camp !
named "Klni," and a reward of twen- j
tv-flve   dollars   has  been offered   foil
his recovery   or   Information   lendim;
up to it.   Constable O, A. Oalbrlckj
has the case In hand and is sparing;
no effort  to  find the mnn.    He was
working on Male. MacSween's ranch!
and was last  seen there on the 1,reth
Who delivered an interesting i_z e'
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THE RESIDENTS OF
SAPPERTON:
have  just   opened   an   up-
to-date
MEAT   STORE
on the corner of Columbia and
Keary   Streets.
We intend to carry only the
choicest  of   MEATS,   POULTRY     and     FRESH     FISH.
Orders  promptly delivered.
Your   patronage   solicited.
J. TRAVERS & CO.,
Cor.  Keary and Columbia Sts.,
SAPPERTON.
THE DAILY XEWS.
SATURDAY, AU(
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Monday Nighfc, Sept. 1
MARJORIE   RAMBEAU   and
her  Eastern Stock  Company
"MERELY MARY ANN"
PRICES���25c. 35c  and   50c.
For Sale or Charter
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER "HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth 4 feet 6 inches. Engines l.",x60, built in Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft 8 inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, diameter ~,2
inches; working pressure 125 lbs.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc., apply to
M. A. JONES
407   Cordova   St.,   Vancouver.
Tenders Wanted
Tenders will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. m., of MONDAY, September 2, 1907, for supply
of Oats, Hay, Bran and Straw, delivered to onler in the city for the
Corporation, for one year.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall, New  Westminster,
August 23, 1907.
H.STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
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IA LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES f
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THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER:
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box ia placed in D, S. Curtis & Go's drug store, where
votes  are  to  be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having   received   the   largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Currenl   accounts  when  promptly paid nre entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms list-
od below.
I.Unary   is on  exhibition at  \\b   E, Fales'  furniture store.
I).  S. Curtis  will  count the votes.
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W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
1).   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
*>i>. ���          Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.  COOK
Restaurant
THE  DAILY  NEWS  PUB. CO.
Daily and   Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under new management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    Confections,     Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL  LIVERY   STABLES
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
The  Social   Evil.
To the Kelitor of the Daily N'ews:
Sir���The question of dealing with
the social evil being a live issue at
the present time in this city, I wish
to point out for the benefit of the
Iiowers that be what I consider to be
the only sensible view that is to be
taken on this subject.
While  it   will  be   readily  admitted
on  all  sides    that  from    the  purity
Standpoint,  the  evil should   be eradicated altogether, and the women banished  forever from  the city, yet  the
sad  truth   remains  that  it  is  practically   impossible  to  do  this,   for the
simple reason that conditions are entirely against  it.    Conditions  in   N'ew
Westminster   are   no   different   from
what they are in other western towns I
and cities, where the male portion of '<
the population is greatly in excess of
the  other.      A large  number of the
men are young, and unmarried, an.l it
Is from this class that the bulk of tho
clientele   of   the   demi-monde   is   re-
cruited.
Granted that the conditions govern- I
i ing this city will not change materi- I
ally  in  the future, what  will  be  the
result of the complete suppression of
the vice in this city?    Look to other
, cities  where  purity  campaigns  have
j been waged  for your answer.
Within a few nionths there will be
I within a few miles of this city no
: less than four railroad construction
camps, employing hundreds of men.
; We all know what happens when the
. railroad navvy comes to the city it
; is often a case of whisky, women and
j song. Suppress the restricted district, and  what sb.ili  then  happen?
Every man who has seen the result
i of cleaning out campaigns in any city
i can answer the question.    I defy con-
I tradlotion     when  f  say    that  in  the
event of the fallen women being driven entirely out of thia city, it would
be  unsafe  for a  young girl  to  walk
the streets .after dark in the residenti-
\ al sections of the city.    She would be
! accosted and molested by male brutes
j-even if worse did not happen to her.
Seduction  and   rape   have  in every
I case    followed    the   exclusion    from
1 cities   of  the  degenerates.      If    the
, Moral Reform bureau follows up the
result   of its   work,  its  statistics  will
prove this  bold assertion.
Towards  the beginning of 1904,  a
great  moral  reform  wave spread over
| Western Canada,   hi Winnipeg, after
| a  long  agitation  bonded   by  the  Rev,
Dr. Duval,  ami  supported    by every
I minister in the city, an attempt was
I made to stamp out  the evil.    To at-
| tain this end, Thomas street, the residence  of these  unfortunates  in  the
western  section   of    the  city,     three
miles out  of town,  on  the open  prairie,   was   raided,   and   every   landlady
and Inmate ordered  to leave tho city.
The police escorted the women to the
railway station and saw them  leave
for points east, south and  west.    The
ministers  were happy���Winnipeg wis
a clean city.
Less than a week later, fifty soiled
doves had taken up their abode in tho
city.    They had found out  that  il  was
almost  Impossible    to obtain a conviction against a  woman  living alone
in   a   room,   and   the  result   was   lhal
they tonic up their abode in business
blocks, boarding house's, anel  in  residence districts,    Up to the present,
if I am not mistaken, the police have
I been unable to prove a case against
. ���   ilngle one of these women,    Th ���
social  evil   question   in  Winnipeg  Is
I now mure oomplex  than ii   iver was
i in the days when Thomas street  was
' running wiei<.   open,    morning, no a
. and  night.
Brandon bad the same' problem, In
! this  city,  the women   bad   taken  up
their quarters three miles out of the
I city, on the other side of a hill. They
were-   nol   In   the  way.     were'   not   an
j eyesore or anything of thai  kind, but
the reformers set to work and managed to get them nil ordered oul of
the  City.    The  police  ilbl   their  work
j well, and managed to keep the defiled
i doves  away   for  a   considerable'  time,
! bul iliis was the resull:   The number
I of Illegitimate births in Brandon Increased "ver 800 per cenl In the Col-1
I lowing eighteen months, the town was
I shunned   by all  respectable girls who
_ I knew that they were never safe in th,'
streets or even in their homes;  II. was
Impossible to obtain   female  help of
almost   any     kind.     waitresses     anil
cierln In stores    were daily  the recipients of Improper proposals, until
it came to such a pilch that ibe women  were allowed  ro  return  le) their
��� ���id haunts,
i'i Bourls, Man., ti similar campaign
ended disastrously, the women being |jjj
Invited    to return    to the city by a
number of prominent citizens who re>
���"us:-! to any longer allow their wives
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
The opening days of our business have far exceeded our expectations. We knew we had the goods, we knew we had what
YOU wanted, and AT THE RIGHT PRICES.
Fresh Groceries
Unequalled in quality, all WE WANT, all WE ASK, is for you to
try them, for OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.
TEA"Excellent Tea, only
30c lb.
This tea is refreshing and vigorous
enough profit for you to benefit with us.
and the price allows
We Do Want Your Orders
as we have purchased large stocks of the best goods in the market to supply your demands.
LOOK AND READ-Underwear, Overalls, Shirts, Sheetings, Towels, Cottons, Pins, Sweaters, Leckie's boots
and shoes.   Haberdashery of all descriptions.
We say again our prices are right and our goods oi the tof,
KYLE'S GOOD CHEER STORE
THE HOME OF PLENTY
255 Front Street
Phone 276
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SCHOOL    SUPPLIES
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making it interesting for us.
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B.:C. Land
Surveyor
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FOR THIS WEEK ONLY WE ARE SHOWING SOME SPECIAL BARGAINS IN
Children s Dresses
ONL Y A FEW LEFT.      CALL EARL Y
AND HA VE THE CHOICE.  :   :        :   :
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ISolid Gold Jewelry!
Our stock of GOLD Jewelry ... the largest ever shown In West-
mlnster, Pearl Set BROOCHES, SAFETY PINS and STICK PINS,
NECKLETS, CHAIN'S, BRACELETS, CUFF LINKS. It wlll pay you
before purchasing, to examine our stock or DIAMOND RINGS, both
In SOLITAIRE anil combinations ot other precious stones. EMERALD,  SAPPHIRE,  RUBY,  OLIVINE, &0,
VV" also cany Diamond Set BRACELETS, BROOCHES, EARRINGS, &c.
I W.C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler |
(Continue.I on rage Fight
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DISTRICT OF NEW WESTNU
TAKJ3 NOTICE ri;:; I, ���'��� >'���
ion,    <e!    New    Westml
< ruin ���,   Intend   Lo api
timber lice isos   over
described lands:
1. Commencing  al
the south  bank of   ri :,;
about    three and a  bait ml'
trom  Silver Creek,  which
Harrison   Lake';   tbence
chains,     west   eighty
eighty cliains,
to point of commenc
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2, Commencing   at   ���'
the south  banli "'
about    three  and   a
from   Sliver   Creek,
Harrison   Lake';   them
cliains, south forty
hundred and sixty che
cliains,    and   west
point or commencement.
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:.. Commencing at a :������
railway  belt  line    dlstanl   '
miles north ol' the north 3
rison     Lake;     thenci'
chains,    south    eighty
eighty chains,
| to point of commem0^
New Westminster, S
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Brand"  wool,  elastic ribbed, shirts and drawi ��� $1-50
grand," heavy elastic ribbed, shirts i:
flee
Ined, heavy  weighi
i drawers, per suit...
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I elastic ri
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Ighl weight, all wool
ibed shirts and draw-
.-���lit $2.50
ri avy elastic, ribbed,
drawers, per suit $2.50
heavy,   fine,   e lastlc
I...   shirts and  drawers, per
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THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
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IDYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
RETURN
Trading   was  brisk   around   Lytton
:���        esterday, the principal eom-
��� .-     claiming    attention    being
wis and fruits.   Of the former there
��� ���   a  very large supply, which went
at   a asonable prices.
So   advances   were   recorded,   with
Lhe exception ol  the wholesale price
eggs, which reached 35 cents.
The    ttendi n<     wa _   not  quite  so
������ -    ���������   has  been the case  for the
��� ��� : ��� ;������..   bul   the  quantity I
roduce  was probably  up  to  the ,
��� ������ rage.     Quite   a   few   buyers   from
Terminal  City   were hi  evidence.
���  with the co-operation of the local
ealers  managed to gather up about
verything on the market.
Meats.
Meats   were   fairly   plentiful,   with
"   exception ol    mutton   and beef.
The entire Bitpply of beef was cleared
oul at s.';>c to li'Ac for hindquarters
and from 6 to 7 cents for torequartere.
1 ndei  \e rj a strong deman I mutton
rought from 13 to 14 cents per pound
a I lamb r< allsed 15 cents,   The supply of both kinds was far from being
:     to tbe crii.   The supply of hogs
���-  about  up to the usual summer
ave rage, and  all  was  disposed of at
prices   ranging   around   11  cents   per
fee.md.   The demand was keen.   Veal
was a fair supply anil  under a brisk
demand sold for fl cents per pound.
Produce.
The wholee^aie price of eggs touched
the top-notch price of the summer, i.
i.. :;.'. cents.    Last  week the 1,000 or
more dozens sold for 22 cents wholesale and 40 cents retail, and this week
the jobbers were anxious to get eggs
��� !   ���'".   cents   wholesale.      The   retail
price continued   al   40  ctnts.    There
'.\;es   an   average  suppply  of  eggs  on
sale.   Butter ���sold  readily at  :!"> and
40 cents.
Fowis.
The Buppl} i;f chickens was large,
and prices were firm uneler a keen
demand. Good fowls sold for from
$6.50 ki $7.50 a dozen, anil fairly large
chickens realized from %'blb to $a.F,o
a dozen. The supply of elucks was
large and prices rangeel from $0.75 to
$7.50 a doze n. The entire supply of
fowls sold readiJy.
Potatoes and Hay.
A large supply of potatoes were offered at from $20 to $22 a ton.
Nearly all were sold. Several consignments e,; hay arirved for the
Brackman & Kei' Milling company,
the purchase price being in the neighborhood or $15 a ton.
Fruits.
Fruits were plentiful, especially
apples and plums. Apples brought
from 75c to Jl a box. while crab apples were offered at 2c a pound. The
demand was limited, Plums brought
from 40 to 50 cents a crate. Bartlett pears sold for from 40 to 50 cents
to $i a box.
A large auction business was trims-
acted.
MEATS
SAUSAGE
BOLOGNA
FARMER'S PORK
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STEW PAN WITH ENAMEL COVtR
WIRE  EGG  ANO VEGEUELC BOlLEfl
CEREAL
STEAM
COOKER
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FOR SALE���Gasolino fishing boat,
$500. Six horse power, double
cylinder, almost new, first class
machine in splendid condition. Apply to .1. K., P. O. Box 545, city.
FOR SALE���A growing bakery and
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FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
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P. O. Box  34.5
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between Third etind Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
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$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
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tracts on water. If you wish tc
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wi pi for Mime time, it appears that
while engageed In splitting wood with
a double bitted ax, in some way the
ax became entangled In a clothesline
which threw the blade onto bis face
making an ugly gash from the left
, yebrow tee the Up, faying ibe. nose
| open on thai side from top to bottom.
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Shooting Season Accidents
Shooting season opens on Monday, and accidents are common every year, but the wise
sportsman will take out an accident policy
to protect himself against   any mishap.
I will write you a policy for any length of
time, from a day to a year.
A. W. IVIcLEOD, General Insurance Broker
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Wi carry a large
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McLaughlin
High Class
BUGGIES
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Washers; no narrow
leather washers to
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 31. 1907.
ABOUT FISHING INTERESTS.
The News-Advertiser, Vancouver,
has a rather curious article on this
subject. It sets out with a sort Of indirect assertion that, a proposal to
make the present season an "off year"
in which no salmon fishing should be
allowed, was opposed and defeated
"ostensibly In the interest of some of
the local fishermen." It is certainly
surprising to find such a statement
in em article which purports to emanate from the pen of a "reasonable
person who has studied the. situation."
An.v man who knows anything about
the situation knows that this present
year, 1907, was not one of the "oft"
years proposed, The proposal was to
make 1906 and 1908 "off" years, and
to allow fishing this year.
li is quite true that the project was
opposed, Some of that opposition
arose from a feeling that, unless the
market was supplied to some extent
with canned salmon, the public would
cease to look for it ami the whole
business would have to be built up
again. Others opposed it for political reasons; others on the ground
then it was not the proper measure
te> adopt. Ae; a matter of fact, however, tiie. opposition failed, so far as
Canada was concerned, and the Ot-
tawa governmenl passed em order in
council making 1906 and 1908 "off"
years In which no fishing for sockeye was to be allowed In Fraser
waters, The order was, necessarily,
made contingent on the enactmenl or'
similar legislation by the State of
Washington, and the legislature of
thai Btate refused tu pass the law.
We need hardly say that had it been
passed and strictly observed, it could
nol have, affected In the slightest degree th . run of sockeye In the present year,
There are other points which a
i'>easonable person who Ins studied
the situation'" Bhould nol hav,. overlooked when he un lertook to publish
ins views. One r~ that, from the
point -.n: view ol sockeye propagation
anei the preservation ot the Industry,
it is altogether too soon to pronounce
J.W.T "H failure." Every "reasonable
person who has studied the situation"
'new beforehand thai ii would be
more or less of n failure from the
canners' poinl of view; and the more
reasonable their study has been ths
more ready thej will bo to say thai
there are factors in the problem of
which as yel they know little or nothing; inn they also know thai the
sockeye which furnish the main supply of eggs In "small" years do nol
come into the Praser until September
or October, and that it thej fail lo
come this yeaj It will b< the first instance on rei ord,    This opens up a
division   Of   the   BU] j Id   Of   v.'iii, ii   w !
shall saj something later on.
Again, this "reasonable i>orsou who
lias studied ih" subject" writes as If
Ilie. . .eminent al (>t/i\va, which controls tii" fisheries, were sitting bu-
plnely, with its thumb In its mouth,
quite unconcerned about the matter.
Surely it is strange thai bis study i f
the BUbJl Cl   eliel  not   ace|iiaint   li ril   \\ I :i
the facl thai the Ottawa governm nl
has not omly, in receni years, largelj
Increased its current expenditure on
account of Fraser river fisheries, and
made. ,i capital expenditure of some
$60,000 or $7".oon on hatcheries and
other permanenl equipment, but has
also I. id a commission at work which
is   BUpposed   to  be  giving  reasonable
study to the whole subject with i
view to advising the government as
to the measures to be adopted. Let
us hope that the commission's study
of the situation will result in something a little more "reasonable" than
the article under review.
There is oue remark In that article,
* however, with which we agree.
"There cannot now," it runs, "be any
reasonable doubt that excessive fishing has depleted the Fraser river of
salmon to a very great extent." When
it is remembered that this present
year is the second return from the
biggest "small run" year in the his-
, tory of the industry, there cannot be
any doubt as to the excessive fishing.
To what does that point? Gieil-net
fishing in the river itself will not deplete a salmon river, if reasonable
precautions as to close tinis and protection of spawnfng beds are observed; but traps and purse seines
are known to be destructive, "depleting," engines, and a barricade of nets
outside the mouth of a river will "deplete" faster than any number of nets
in the river. "Any reasonable person
who has studied the situation" knows
that, if he has brains enough to know
anything. Now certain persons In
British Columbia worried the Ottawa
government, giving it no rest, until,
in 1904. they were alloweel to use
these destructive agents���traps and
purse seines���for the taking of salmon in the waters through which the
Fraser sockeye pass. No sooner, however, had they obtained this leave to
kill the sockeye, than they became
exceedingly anxious to preserve theni
���at the expense of the gill-net flsher-
i men who pursue their vocation in the
Fraser.
We  said  jus;   now  tha;   there  has
never yet  been  a failure of sockeye
j to seed the spawning grounds of the
: Harrison watershed.   The failure has
been on the upper Fraser watershed.
To the upper Praser, the late com-
��� ing fish do not go.   Now a reasonably
study of the situation would have given weight, to these facts and to their
obvious lesson;  but reasonable stu [y
has not had much chance.   The most
powerful influence in the field appears
to h? ve been exerted in a somewhat
blind  and  totally selfsh endeavor  to
forward   its  own   immediate   interest'!
and   crush   anything  and   everything
which seemed to stand in the way of
that interest.    And since it has found
that it cannot have its own way en- 11
lir ely.  it  now appears  to be inclined
to   favor  the   Provincial   government
in its efforts to secure control of the
fisheries.    The article  in  the  News-
Advertiser  is  not    the only  "straw" I
which seems to indicate that the wind i
lis blowing that way. Influences which
I fail   to   secure   more  than   favorable I
i consideration  at   Ottawa,  might,  and '
I in  this  case   probably   would,  sweep ,
! the field at Victoria.
Good progress is being made by-1
the l>oard of works on the extensive
improvements which are being made
to the Gillander's hill. This si>ot has
been a source of danger to travellers
and a source of worry to the members
of the council for some months for
the reason that a portion of the bank
seemed likely to give way and slide : ���
into the road at any time. The work | .;���..
is expected to be completed within I j?
a week or thereabouts.
John Davidson, manager of the S
British Empire Trust company, of y.
fjondon. England, who is on a tour i v
of Canada, visiter! New Westminster i ���".���
yesterday, accompanied by F. R. !;;���
Glover of Vancouver, iie is looking j j;;
into the proposed Eburne and Chilli-; ri
wack tram propositions in order to ri
have an idea of the manner of carrying out such undertakings in this ';.;
country. ' X
JEWELRY
Jewelry for ladies, also for
babies, gentlemen included.
Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
Columbian College | Another    Cai
will  re-open 0  a.  m.,
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A.
building will be ready for use
October  1st.
For Calendar, etc., address:
COLUMBIAN     COLLEGE.
r
K.
There is Still a
Chance
to buy cheap land on the new Westminster - to - Cloverdale   car  line.
X Near the Scott road, this side of the
Newton road, we can sell you land
at $30 and $35 per acre!
Abbott & Hyde
Next Guichon Hotel     - New Westminster
J
If you are contemplating a
hunting trip this Fall���let
us talk Hunting Boots to you
Our strong line of Hunting
Boot3 is of the celebrated
Dayfoot make.
This is a 15-inch Top Boot
made of brown moose hide
���a perfectly waterproof
boot and one that will
stand all kinds of wear.
Our price for them is
$7.00 a pair.
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See'our line of Light
Trouting Boots. We
can show you a first-
class article in these
goods.
s��r��i��HBWwaifti>*'������-��������.���
We also have thc American DIZER BOOT-the
finest prospector and Hunting Boot made
in the world.
Prices, $9 to $11 a pair.
Our line of Hunting Boots made in different length
tops at $5.00 a pair are unequalled
elsewhere.
EAT
NPMO I JOHNSTONS
AND
LIVE
BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd.*
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF TKE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
Is just opened at the west end of the city to
work on the Eburne line, you know what it
means.
Five lots on Xanaimo street between Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets, facing the
south, lovely view, each only $250
Hale & Lan
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERl
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Bo\|
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(SPECIAL
X 10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
l $500
* one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7per cent
I P. PEEBLES
Real
.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Estate|
I 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone
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There are Four Loi
on Sixth Avenue which can be had
till Monday for
$1,200
And a lot on Sixth Street for $800
BOURNE y GORDO:
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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W.  E.   PALE
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
I iim the pioneer Furniture and I
Director 'imi Bmbalmer, and I w
and well give yon better value tl;
in tbe city.   Try me.
i'.'.'-'l
use PuralshlngB Dealer,
sell you anything In m.vlii
get in anj otl
i  you  can
Wall  Papers in endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.   Chlna|
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  ,,v...^.. -r. - ,
ers, the best made, $2.25 per   set.      Carpets,  all   grades  and|
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
from 45c up. Curtain Stretc
iii
Pre-
shortest  ic
it
All kinds of job work and repairing ilone on   ^__
able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Hew goods arrh r
1 have sold the block and am still doing business In the  ���
and in tho same old way.    ���
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P*-      THE  DAILY  NEWS.     ~"""
PAGE FIVE
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f/te CasA Stores
New
Ifall Coats
CHIIjI.
OF THE EVENINGS   AND    EARLY
MORNINGS jj
|      illl,.-.   REMINDERS   OF    FALL   DRESS   NECESSITIES, g
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JujCU  BUYING  OF  IMPORTED   FALL  COATS  AND  DOS-
3H()\VS   KEEN  KNOWLEDGE OF FASHION'S  BEST.
Coats
... ,,,!,. ���f Lon,
ve\] as several of the
nd  Sheirt   Coats,    loose and
New   Tourist  Coats of
seini-
heathe'
ihades
���lav.' tb
|ject
Btrlpei
price
The  new  J_ip   sleeves    are very   prominent   and ''*>
strappings   ove-r   the   shoulder    to   give   tbe latest ��
Colors  are  the becoming    cardinal,    green,    fancy ���
of    brown or garnet, exquisite, soft,  warm-looking ���
range   from    $6.00  to $50.00 ���
arc showing the most complete line of Dies.. Skirts ever on
U in Westminster. These come in voile's, panamaa and all
tves to be  found em  the  market.
I
Millinery
Designed by our regular artist staff,
in ��� le bj our own t areful people, we
pi imlse you stj le an I correctness in
every way, and exceptionally goo!
materials. All the fashionable shapes
<��� in be ha I her >, and the ribbons,
velvets and  wings allow fu'. 1  play in
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W. E. Fales lias re.turned from ei
pleasure trip to Seattle.
Huns for hire at Geo. R. Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
The funeral of the lute Charles Dig-
by wili take place today.
Two small size- fire-proof safes now
���hi hand. Abbott & Hyde, next Gui-
chon hotel, agents tor Victor SafeCo.
Jackson & Morrison, printers,, announce that they are prepared to accept orders at their branch office,
Daily News block. tf
���*'���'  easy payments;    nice little
home em city car line; 6 rooms; mod- j
era;  lot 60x140;  fruit trees and small
fruits; stable in rear.   Abbott & Hyde'
Arthur Smith will .-.ever his connec-
' ii ri'h the 11. Ryall drug store to-
i .er and will shortly undertake a
course of study at Columbian col-
lege.
i lots on car line tor {C i each,
terms 1-2 cash, balance 0 and 12. See
.Murray Bros., opposite Windsor.
Any person wishing to buy a heavy
timber.ri Cottonwood  farm at a bar-
gain should call ai Murray Bros., op-| trou :
."site- Win isor,
Two special cars will carry Royal
Templars of Temperance to Stanley
pari;, Vancouver on Monday, one leaving at :i:30 a.m. and another at one
o'clock in the afternoon. The event ;
is a holiday outing and promises to ',
be well patronized. The juvenile
Templars   will  participate.
For all kinds of cut flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Norman Bradner, of Fifth avenue,
was brought to the city late yesterday evening from Ladner, where he .
had had the misfortune to break his |
leg while working on a scaffolding I
which collapsed. Mr. Bradner was i
spending a few holidays with his'
sister when the accident  happened.
A complaint was raised in council |
committee   on   Thursday   concerning)
the insufficient  number Of  lights  on
the Fraser river bridge.    It  was the;
opinion   of  the   mayor  and  aldermen '
that pressure shoulel  be brought    to
bear on   the   provincial     government |
authorities to secure more and strong- j
er light.- em the bridge.    It is probable j
that   C.  C.  Fisher.   New  Westminster1
agent   of  the  government,  will    be
asked   to   take  steps  to   remedy   the j
Owing to Monday (Labor Day) being a regular holiday, there will be no
issue of the Daily  News.
Our
(Staple  Department
L.   . ������     or more abundantly stocked    than al  the  presen!
Ah {nil lines of Sheets, Sheetings,     Pillow   Cotl  ns,   Towels,
Table Linens,  Napkins,   Pure   Irish   Linen  'i'e  ',    I loths
���ite. 314 yards long, bor lers 1  I  r< ',    Sps    I 25 per cent
Tickets for the >;. T.
to Vancouver, Monday,
iei cents.
of T. outing
40c,  children
New  Dress  Goods
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We have *
li headquarters tor all the n< ������ sl  Fall Fabric
ther a vast assor   . ul Plain Cloths  and    Fancy
...    h we are justly . roud. Many of the patterns are
ireand could only be ap reciated by visiting this store to Bee
being shown.
���,.. ���  S    ;e Tartans In many plaids
I xan Ira   Clothj, V
.  tm   Suiting  PI
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.65c to $1.25 yard  +
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Pai   1.1 es,   Poplins, ^
    50c to  $2.25  ���
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1 ���'..,;. an I Stripe Fabrics  ���
    2-r.c   to   52.C0  *
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Fruit and poultry farm In Surrey,
fivi miles from New Westminster,
good house and well; 15 acres cleared,
I balance part Alder bottom. Price
$25 per acre. Easy payments. White
& Shiles & Co., 260 Columbia Street,
J   v V.'       i.asti r. S-16-7
A resident in the vicinity of Ash
streel and Sixth avenue was sum-
1.1 med in tiie police court yesterday
morning, charged with disregarding
the bylaws regulating blasting within
the city limits,
Don'l forget the sale or ladies'
work al Eagles' hall em Saturday,
Aug. 31, at 8 o'clock p. m.
Aid. Gray, Aid. Gairetl and P. Bowler, city electrician, went up to Stave
ike yesterdaj as representatives of
the city with a party .of holiday*
makers, among which were the mayor
and al ie rmen of Vancouver.
For gool school shoes go to Kyle's
Good Cheer Store, Front street
Earl Warnes. of the V. V. & E. of-
Owlng tei the expected rush at tbe
I Recreation park, Vancouver on Labor
day to witness the lacrosse match
between New Westminster and Vancouver, the Daily News has made ar-
rangemnets with Mr, Decker, business manager of the Recreation Park
and Amusement company, to handle
a block bf reserved seats in the grand
stand. These can be obtained at the
Daily News office today from !) a.m.
to 8 p.m. and on Monday morning tif
any are left) from !) a.m. to 10 a.m.
Price 75 cents. By nils arrangement
New Westminster enthusiasts can
take it comfortably, and be sure of
a seat.
STORE   CLOStfS   A"
P. M.
T. H. SMITH
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List, for the year 1907 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his tlr lier 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.
PRI DAY and
SATURDAY
SNAPS
AT
J.A.L
ees
Em
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num
Bee staff, arrived back in New West- clty clerk's office, City Hall.
267 and 271 Columbia Sireet, New Westminster.
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JUST   RECEIVED
/arge Shipment of
A Li
rockery ^Glassware
k US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANY-
fWG IN THAT LINE.      OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
ADAMS y DEANS
isi
minster yesterday. after visiting
friends in Minnesota for several
weeks. He reports a snow storm In
the Rock} mountains which covered
th   ground to a depth of a foot.
Moi  .   to loan on mortgage on ap-
.ecurlty.   White e!i Shiles, Co-
���  street, city.
J. B. Kennedy, M. P., and Mrs. Kennedy  wil! arrive'    home  from  Europe
iis tn irning after an absence eif several rr.: nths. They arrived In Mem-
trea] about two weeks ago, since
which time thej have visited friends
al   leveral places along the line.
The sch ilarshi 1 exkmlnat:ons for
,;,,. ;; .... donated by His Lordship
,.���.. ,., 1 ionti nwill and M lyor Keary,
which were to take place yesterday
morning ai St. Ann's academy, were
I nstponed until nexl week, a.; a large
number eef the pupils bad not been
aottt .-, thai th ��� examinations werejj
slated to take place em that date.       j ���
New Westminster, Ans
no.
We Are Not in the Trust!
And can save you  50 per cent,
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
Vancouver, B. C.
510 Richards St.. Phone 2125
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlors
Hairdressing Tonic Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Ciuen
aAa
10 pair Oriental stripe Portiers
and Curtains, suitable for archways, etc.   Reg. $3.50, for $2.75
10 pair Tapestry, in greens, reds
and fancy colors. Reg. $6.00, for
$4.95
Clearing out of oddments.
Framed Pictures at half of their
regular values. Steel Engravings,
Gil Paintings, etc., in gilt and oak
frames. Values 75c to $5. Snap
price 25c to $2.50
10 only, Iron Beds, slightly damaged through transit. Values up
to $7.   Snap price $2.50, $3
About 30 short ends of Oilcloth
and Linoleum, to be sold at half
price to clear these ends.   Come.
Upholstering  and   Picture Framing a specialty
Bring in Your Wife \
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Street
Site for Residences in the City
11'
'"te
'���������i Queen's Aveti.ec
cleai'fd;  lane in rear.    $2.C00
 n Second and Third Sts.;
L.3 cash, bal..6 & '- '",:i-
I'1'"1" opposite O
rpfaanage, on car
line
three
Bi '.''s'
road on
$1,000;   terms.
S(e
ure these
tiie;
he long on
the M
Keod, mark & co
fffl
Qr'n Land Specialists,'
New Westminster
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone  T.  Davies  &i
Seen. B 208.
tu order to make room for cohoes
i which  they are now commencing to
j packi the ii. C.  Packers' association
ahip] ed three carloads of frozen hall-
I but to    Vancouver yesterday    to be
stored pending Its re-shipment to the
eastern market.     The company  has
al)0Uf SOO.OOO pounds of halibut in thej
! local establishment, which  takes  up J
i.,]! the available space.   The association ri  preparing to pack about  l.-!
i 000 000 pounds of salmon this season.
A number of New Westminster peo-
ple will Bpend  Monday in making a
trip to Pitt lake or some other spot
up river where they can enjoy them-,
selves   "far    from    the   n.aeUeniiigj
owd's Ignoble strife."    Three bwari
of launches hav,' already arranged j
the trip, and wii: take with
, a party eet friends, and others
:,,;.. the flotilla before the morn-
I      holiday.     The    launches,
., ftra tho.e owned by Mr.
.,,,.      i. :    Cameron  and  Claren e
Me Lean.
|Pr. Jordan
Tha Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his oil patrons
.as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are' constantly being
added to his large stock ol
oi-tica! goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
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GENTLEMEN!
What is nicer than a
well-cut Suit, made of
the finest materials?
I have the finest selection of Cloths to
choose from in Van-
^    couver.
THE VERY LATES! STYLES
DAN STEWART SCO., Tailors
145 Hastings St. W..
A'
NY Man that is
fortunate enough
to have a Wife
will do well to
bring her along when
ready to select his Fall
and Winter Suit.
We  Extend to Her    a *
Personal  Invitation   *
A Woman's eyes see and ���
appreciate the quality of |
fabrics, the accentuated ���
point we call style; the ex- ���
cellent tailoring; the art- |
istic touch and the care
we give details, and the
cut.
Men know whether they j
like the general style and t
feel of the fabric when they put on a Suit, and, after ���
they have worn it, the tailoring and look of the suit. ���
But a woman will know at a glance just what you ���
are getting, how it becomes you and how well it is t
11 worth the price, no matter what grade of suit you buy
Oppotltt Daily
Province office
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Suits $10, $12, $15, $18 to $30
H. L. DeBECK
THE
Clothier f
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THE DAILY BEWS.
SATURDAY
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Goo��> Investments
A'J<
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CAoice i4creage
AND
Not only Phonographs, Grapnophones
and Victor Talking Machines can be
purchased at TODD'S Music House,
but also tbe finest Pianos manufactured
in tbe Dominion or Canada.
NQRDHEIMER     DOMINION
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS
J. H. TODD
New Westminster s Music House
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city,
lit;"
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It! 0I
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bitbl
Lei Ot
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jest"'
toil&$&$^^ vices  11a.m.  and 7 p.m..Sunday school
ri I and    Bible      Classes,    2:30    p.    m.
I .   n    1 J   K   I .    TT      : I Morning subject "Personal knowledge
of  ti   personal  Christ;"  evening  subject "Liberty through Christ."
West Presbyterian���nev. T. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., minister.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p. m.; Sunday
school 10 a. m.; prayer meeting Wednesday at 8 p. in.
I
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CHURCH
SERVICES
Changes in this column cannot be
guaranteed unless notice of same is
received at this office before 8 p. in.
on Fridays. MinUterB and others interested will greatly oblige by e'the.'
telephoning or -ending in copy p.fr.y
in the day.
D LOTS on Brunette and Distillery
streets, Sapperton. $1600; ha'f cash,
balance terms.
1 Lot 66x182 ft., S. M of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 26 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a I
splendid investment.
Lot  20,   block    B   facing    English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon |
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8 '
acres for railway;   25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28 j
and lean  too 16x22;   barn 30x32 and]
lean  too  32x14;   granary   30x16;   two i
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
shed 20x30;  small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing!
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily ar- j
ranged eat 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, be- j
tween Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.,
21\'s acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation;  200 young!
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear; '<
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms;   hen
houses,  in   good  order;    some  acres
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Townshi]) 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
���lei acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 6 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 hea-.! of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Ixit 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
an.l partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1700
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; Bouth side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half cash.
1 LOT, full size, Block 59, Lot 8,
Sub. 9; partly cleared. $2C0, cr $150
cash.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
Holy Trinity cathedra], Rev.A. Shi]
drick, rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m;
Matins, sermon aad holy communion;
11 a.m., evensong find sermon,   at   7 j
p. m.; S. S��� 2:30 p. ;m. Cathecism last I
Sunday in month in church. Evensong
and sermon by rector, 7 p. m.; daily!
service at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. except.
on Friday, when Evensong is said at
7:80.    Holy Communion every Thurs-1
day and saint's day at 8 a.m..   Choii I
practice on Friday after Evensong.
Knox   church,   Sapperton���Rev.    D. \ Water from nearby spring.      Balance
McKenzie, B.A., pastor.    Services, Ilj of    property   easily    cleared.     Price
a.m. and 7 pirn.;   Sunday school and , $ 4 , 7 0 0 ;      $2500 cash, balance 6 I
Bible   class,   2:30   p.m.;   meeting  of!an(] 12 months.
V. P. S  C  E. 'immediately after the
evening service.
]     _ ,    _.       , _ ! tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick-
Salvation Army���Services as usual
in  the Army ball.
St. Peter's Cathedra]  (Roman Cath-
Tbis property is only i�� mile from
ens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
ohc)���Sunday Mass at S and 10 a.m.;
Catechism at  2.35  p.m.;   Evening De-!
votions. 7 p.m.
Anglican  church���Services    at    St. j
Mary's Sapi��rton: evening prayer and I
sermon  every   Sunday  at   7   o'clock; ;
first Sunday  in   the  month, morning j
prayer with a celebration of the Holy j
,,       ,        ,,      ,,   ,,,   ,, .Communion  at 11    o'clock;    Sunday 1
" ' ��:<",rie;i;,-Rev. C. W. Houghton isch00] ^ 2.M  u   m j
St. Alban's Burnaby���Morning
prayer with sermon every Sunday at
11 o'ciock. Rev. D. Dunlop, 12. A.,
priest in charge.
Burnaby and  South Side Mission���I
rector���Morning prayer and holy com
munion  11   a. 111.;   evening  prayer,  7
p. in.;  Bible class, 2 p. m.;    Sunday
school, 3 p. m.; baptisms after Sunday
school.
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de B. Owen, rector
Divine worship Sunday, 11 a.m
7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Thureday at 7:30
p. ni.   All are welcome.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for saie exclusively
by us.    This  magnificent property is
Rev. W. E. Jones, pastor. Service in j
���  the East Burnaby schoolhouse at 3:15 L"^ 0;1 .,,. ,.,���,, ..   ,    ,.,._.,,
P.m.     Every   service   at   7:30 in   thejnue>   First    street    (facing    Queen,fi
(Vest Burnaby schcolhonse. park. and  Emory strc.feti  comprlsing
:       ���     Hall,  corner   Sixth   avenue! in a]1 ten o3xl20 foot ]ots facing on
Olivet Baptist  church-Rev.  M. L.  an'!  Xin,h Btreet���Breaking of bread | First street at $700 (excepting the cor
Rugg,   D.D.,    pastor.
Preaching   on  every  s':n'1:r-'   at 1]     "���'"���:     Sundayj ner lot  facing Fourth    avenue
school and Bible class, 3
gospel
Wed-
Sunday at 11 a.m., and at 7 p.m.; Sun-   " ���" a""' n,,Jie c,ass' '6 P'm-
day  school   and   bible classes  at 2:30  * 8''7 Pm-; "rayer mee;ln
P      a,.;      young     Peoples      meeting'neSday' 8 r'm'
Men lay evening at  8  p.m;   Midweek     QM9eX  BM>  TenUl  8treet Services
anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
Ipg at s |i. in.; morning subject'
"3 in- Memorial Service of the church."
The morning sermon wi:i ho followed
ley the ordinance of the Lord's supper; (-veiling subject "The Glory of
Young Men." The evening sermon
especially for young men.
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. AV.
II. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. aid 7 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible Class at 2:30 p. m.
Congregational reunion, morning subject "In Remembrance of Christ;"
evening. Rev. Or. Sipprell will preach.
The Rev. W. li. Barraclough will address the Sunday school class in the
afternoon on the subject "What will
our school do for the otxension ol'
Christ's K.&gdom," after which he
wiili distribute the reward books to
the children who have done good work-
in collecting for missions.
West End Met ho '!���:-- Rev. K.A Magee, pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school 2:30 p.m.
Sapperton Methodist. ��� Rev. L.
Thomas, pastor. Sunday services, 1]
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, s p.m.
evening sen-ire.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. J.
S.  Henderson,   pastor.     Sunday  ser-
I1 a.m. and
' 2:30  p.m.
1 p.m.
Rushton & Speck
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per  lot;   four lots,  52   1-2x85,  $450;
five lots, $400.    Call at our office on
Sunday school at! Front street and inspect plans.
, !    House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
street,  Sapperton;   rents for  $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
-I'OR-
Victor Gramophones and Records
Genera]  Repairing.
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113 Office. Eighth S'.reet
NEW   W��;*MIN8T��R,   B.  C.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $23, cottage far $12:
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, B 1-4, section 25, town- I
ship 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft., 1
1 beam 38x70 ft., 6-room house, ail I
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, bb acres,
under cultivation; balance as pasture,1
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard; \
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells j
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,;
balance easy.
2]i storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot GGxl32;
lane at back; part of lot set out with |
fruit trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
I months at 7 per cent.
1  lot No. 24 on  13th.  street south
I side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces j
I on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
ji lots cleared without a stump; small |
j ho.ise,   chicken    house,    175    choice
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.,
1 1-2 house, 6 rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south side; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size of lot 55xlC5.
$350 cash, balance on easy terms.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 or 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
0! Gilley road,   $225 per acre.   Ac-re-
age is selling fast at this price.
No.  308.���8-roomed House,  with  bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   i/2
cash, balance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of Gth and ' gnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
Ful! sized Lol on tth St. at the end 1
of  Regina  St.,  between  5th ami Gth
avenues, west side of tth St.   Price;
$400;   half cash.
1 Lots 88x132 each, 4th avenue,
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Sapperton; 6 rooms and kitchen, wood
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
77.5S ACRES, black loam land, all
ploughed and cleared and dyked; X.
E. Vt Sect. 5. $75 per acre, one-third
cash, one-third 3 months, one-third 6
months.
7 LOTS, 120x32, facing Sth Avenue,
4 lots cleared, small house, chicken
house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive
price $1500, $1000 casb.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets,  No.  5, 8 and  7.    Price $400
' each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side of Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $235.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
2nd 2 years at 7 %,
2 lots on Sth St. between 5th and
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and 12. Price $1000 for
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auck- I
land 8 I ill! St. and Roy-1
I al Ave., almost an acre. 1
$2,500
I least
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160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner of Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot li; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance in 6, 12 and IS
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of fl
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, G months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
en cj ii iry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Too rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
casn, balance easy.
Part of lot 3G9, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.    Jump.
6 ACRES good loam .
Lot   16, corner Blue .MouJ
and  Brunette road,  southi
roomed  bousi ;   parlor, dj
kitchen and thn .  bedmod
ed;  conservatory 30 or m]
heated by pip. b;  well;
13   bearing trull  trees; ed!
stock ready to ;:. ol out;
5  acres ch au d, light timl.
malnlng acre-;   all fenced
from school.   Price $3000;
bal, in 6 months at 7 peri
1 Lot 88x132, 4th av��-n_.|
$800 cash.
3 LOTS,   5, 6 & 7,   full I
cleared, upper side of 5th x\
1 tween 1st and 2nd Streets.
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lota from 1st
Gth Avenue on south side,
' 37 & 38, full size.   Price $'
four, or $300 each; half cash
Double tenement house. I
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot. Prii
cash half and half in C montj
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres ^ section 14, N. ,,
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from
Haworth  road, Surrey;    holt
1>�� storey house, 'i rooms fin
other 3 can be added upst
shack;   ]%  acres cleared an
with clover, red; fairly easilj|
:One   mile  from shingle mi
:$1,200;.  terms half cash, bn
months at 7 %,
Full sizeel lot N'o. 12 on R^
and  Sth St.   Price $,1050,
balance at 7 % P�� annum,
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. I
! 132x132 corner 100 feet aqua
houses drawing $28 per motif
$5,000, half cash, balanceilj
montbs.
160 S.E. Vi, of Section IS.
j io acres.partly cleared; Kani|
i running through; good road:
north   of  Webster's corner;
mill and P.O. at the west cord
eber worth $7 per acre; eedarl
'4  miles    from   Port   Hanri
$2,100; terms $1,100 ct  '     -l
ranged.
Large lot and two cottageal
; lumbia street, Sapperton.  B-'-i
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey ho_|
full   size lot, situated north
Royal avenue and corner of M<|
street;  9 rooms; bath room,
cold  water, closet;  woodshed;
bearig  fruit trees;   streets oal
sides;   fine view.    Price $1>80|
cask.
Lot facing 2nd St., between 0.1
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Ql
Ave.; 52x122 feet; all cleared^
alongside and back. Price
half cash, balance easy at 7 .<
150 acres Improved land, f>nI|
and sheds complete, near CioveJ
all under cultivation. $15,008.
can  handle this, don't delay;
bargain; terms can be arrangedj
2 lots, 20, 21; Xo. 20. $170;
(corner) $175. Durham and
streets.
OTFot the above four pi'��iH,|
special price will be made te j
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., beM
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and ri
bedrooms upstairs, and ba
down stairs; parlor, dining ro
chen and pantry, Full sized
ning back to Ash St. Price
$1,500 cash, balance at ?j���� <
at 7 per cent.
REAL   ESTATE
Telephone   333 FrOflt
BROKERS
Street
Telephone.
333
.-...-. ..-_ MMM A'jG'JST 31, 1907
Sl
THE DAILY NEWS.
Wfc_<
TIMBER NOTICES.
TAKE    NOTICE   thai   ,..,.,
OConnor of N*w We8tmlnBter   L
2?onUmbercruiae^^v;
S! fi,'   .PeC,al Umber llcea��* ��
F CANADIAN    HOME-   ',L   r����"*inB   described   lands    Bltu.
��� --��� "ted in vicinity
REGULATIONS.
poinlnlon Lands with-
l.alri
, ge'a ia British Colum-
of Draney and Riv-
>  inkh.,  Ne,   Westminster Land
District.  Coast District Range 2
��� ���' 0t Timber License 11,50!). thence
.niii iu chains, thence east 160
��� chain.-, thenoe north 40 chains, thence
160 cliains to poiut of commencement, aud containing GtO acres
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August S2. 1907.
11- Commencing at  a  post  planted
80 cliains west ot the southwest cor-
0f     Timber   License      11,509,
bheSrncin6"apo8ipiaiitedat
steaded by any per- cenae U,ZT^Z^t^l HST? S��Uth 80 chains' "theQCtt we3t
S0le head of a family,' thence north Su t-h il    J    cham"';b0  cUallls'    "��uM north  SO  chains,
Lil mot age, to 120 c*ZCc^^^1^^   80 ctatai   to'��olnt of
JT^uartor   ,(;tion of | ����e. west ..'LH^tXl Sr?*..?- ��"""����� "��
ire or
'������ss.
I be made personally at
|��1 office Tor the district in
I lanl is situate.
Lteader is required to per-
LiilKi���' connected there-
l^chaiuIT ".f^ theUCe '^h'acres more or'less.
��J chains to point of commencement
and containing 040 acres more
H. M. O'CONNO...
or less. I    August 23, 1907.
lBOf' M' 0C0NXU11- 13. Commencing at a poat planted
| 80 chains west and 40 chaius  south
at  a   post   plauted   Ot   the   southwest   corner   of   Timber
"0 chains west of the southw
August
2. Commencing
est cor- , License 11,509, thence south 40 chain*
oi rimber License L1.508. thence | thence east 160 chains, thence north
,oneof the tallowingpUns: least 80 chains, theuce south 80 chains *0 chains, thence west 100 chains to
[least six months' residence        ncx'  We-SL so chains, theuce north
t 80 chaius to
pomt of commencement,
and   containing    640
less.
con-
August 2:;
H.
LB07,
acres  more or
M. O'CONNOR.
3. Commencing at a post planted
10 chains west ot the Bouthwest cor
ril
T(
:..���������
Illl
LAI
Jcultlvation of the land in
|lar three years.
Be father (or mother, it the
���jeeBied), ot the homestead-
Lpi.n a farm in the vicinity
L eiitf re.ri for, the require-
JtoresH-:' em     ee satisfied
perMn resid...-  wiuli the  '" ���' ol Timber License 11,508, thence chains, thence east su chains, theuce
|mother. south  80 chains,    thence    west    mj north 80  chains,    thence    west   80
t]�� settler ha   bla perman-  cnalnB> thence north 80 chains, thence chains to  point ot   commencement,
Jgjceupon farming land own- 8asl 30 chains to point ot commence-  and   ce.-.taining   640 acreB  ;.; re or
,]��� ji,. vicinity of his home-   "K':"- ;i��d containing Ole) acres more   ;'"-:-
squlrementa as to resi- or less- ll. M. O'CONNOR.
satisfied     ..     ildence H. M. O'CONNOR. Augusi 23, L907.
point ot  commencement,  anei
tainlng 640 acres more or less.
H.  M. O'CONNOR.
August 28, 1907.
16, Commencing at a post planted
80 <���:. ilns  west and SO chain.,  .���south
of    .ie  Southwest  corner of   rimber
ense    11,509,    thence    south    SO
ins land.
m u itlce In writing should
August 22, 1907.
4. Commencing  at  a
a post planted
SO cliains west and 80 chains south
17. Commencing
ost  planted
minissloner of Do- b> chains west of the southwest cor- ,Jf the.- southwest corner of Timber
mis at Of awa o! intention ner ofTimber I-icea.se 11,508, thence icense 11,509, thence south SO
fe patent. .north so chains, thence west 80 J chains, thence weBt 80 chains, thence
ids may be purchased at $10 I chains, thence south 80 chains, thence ! nort" so chains, thence east So chains
lor soft coal and $20 for an-! aast 80 chains to point of commence- l0 ri>-nt of commencement, anl con-
Not tuore than 320 acres >��� went, and containing 040 acres more taining 010 acres more or less.
Required by one individual or' or less. H. m. O'CONNOR.
Royalty at the rate of ton                                ri. >,:. O'CONNOR. August 23, 1907.
rtonot 2,000 pounds shall be      August 2::. L907, IS. Commencing at a post planted
oi the gross output.                    5. Commencing  at a   post   planted11'50 chains west and SO chains south
W.W.CORY,             :';"  chains  ndrth of    the northwest o�� tlie southwest corner of    Timber
I ot the Minister ot tlje In-   corner   of    Timber   License     11,508, License 11,509, thence north So chains
'lence  west 4ei chains, thence south thence west so chains, thence south
-.jajthor./.ed    iblleatioh of   v>  chains,    thence    west  40  chains, "'' <:' :!:-s- thence  east,  so  chains to
Wsement   will cot he paid   thence  south   40  chains,  thence eas! '   ���'   '    nmeacemeat,    ad    cou-
s0 chains, thence north 120 chains to tainlng 04ii acres more or leys.
���r���   ;;oim of commencement, and contain- H. M, O'CONNOR.
Ing 640 a. res mi re or less. August 23, 1907.
ri. M. O'CONNOR. 19. Commencing at a post planted
Augusi ril, 1907. 160 chains west and SO chains south
0. Commencing   at   a   post planted of   the   southwest   corner of Timber
100 chains north ol    the    northwest License 11,7)09, thence south 80 chains
corner   of    Timber    License   ll.oOS, thence west SO chains, thence north
thence east SO  chains, thence south SO chains,    thence east SO chains to
4u   eti Ins,    thence
Hitter of  the "Trjstees   and
pors Act," and in the Matter
1 Estate of Augustus WilR'am
(bom. Deceased.
pons having an> cl ... ��� eir de-
kainst the ��� Btate ���   .ugusfus
llad! 1 late of -    y Cen-
|tSi Columbia,  e.i   ase 1,   are
turned to file  with the un-
IfcUWtr names anl riiresses
I particolars   ot their claims.
west  4.) chains,  point of commencement, and contain-
thence south SO chains, thence west  ing 010 acres more or less.
40 chains, thence north 120 chains to
point   of    commencement,  and   con-
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
20. Commencing at  a   post  planted
240 chains west and SO chains south
of the southwest corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence north SO chains
B nature of the securities (if! taining 640 acre.-, more or less.
teld hy then . dui.. wified, on w_ ji   O'CONNOR.
ite the 31st   day   0!  August.      A       t .,.,   19fl- '
'���'���   !
7. Commencing  ar.   a   post  plant
fcUhereby given tte��fterjlie I   ,;���  ch..in.  nnrth of    th(J  northwest j thence west SO chains, thence south
,,,M''   corner  of    Timber    License    11,508.   80  chains,, thence east  SO  chains  to
thence north sl chains, thence west  p0lnt of commencement, and contain-
ch ilns,    thence  south   80  chains,   [ng g40 acres more or less.
hence  oast    si) chains    to  p lint of H. M. O'CONNOR.
e-een Qj
'rom QJ
���leared;
rice
t 7 '
pe the said < state    cngst the
\ entitled thereto, ha 1? regard   , :
the cl lins .    rii/     ���.  shall
; noti ������, an   ,;'    wl"
I ro-    - of the
any       ��� ���  . .-,.     -.,   vllS-
juloany i      :i  ,[ y.  ��� claim
N not notice at the '    of dls-
loa thereol
1J this 2ltli da;, of ri   ri'07.'_'-
F. W   Iri W,
I 1 .lohn
j ex       rs 0!  above
pte.
e enl 'i:-.:1 ; 640
uNNOR.
LAND REGIST,-,/  r,2
"��� NOTU'K that api .  '���*'" has
F   '   ,0 l'"-i.-'e:-  M;.;. ::   Roh-
'-" owner :���. :;... gj;:!:,], under
Sale   Dece! f.-(im x;> Corpor^*.
; the Townshi;, or '. ':"'!  ��'
1 :'   Margaret  iu.bson, '^"'ing
'  7t:i 'I'','  of Xoveniri A D.,
; all and singular tl    '':,;lln
':   '" "f land andri>mi3tt
lying and being in theDistrW
Westminsi r, [n t!i> rilVince.
^Columbia, more p��r��">larl
y described as lot l.^HM
pwrthwest quart 1 Sectioi
Uship
and
c immi ni iment,  an l
ai res more or less,
Any,.1st 23, 1907.
v Commencing at
160  cliains  north  ot
corner of    Timber
thence north 80 chains,  thence easl   polnl of commencement, and contain- I    Re  gm,th WeGt quarter of Section
SO  chains,    thence  south  SO  onains,  ing 640 acres more or less. 2S, township 10,  New    Westminster
H. M. O'CONNOR.    ; District���All  that part of the  South
August 22, 1907,
August 23, 1907.
21. Commencing at  a  post planted
240 cl . ins west and SO chains south
of  the  southwest corner of Timher
a  post   planted  License 11,509, thence south 80 chains
the  northwesl   thence west SO cha'ns, thence north
License    11,503,180 chains, thence east  SO  chains to
ner Of Timber License 11,509, thence
north SO chalno, thence west S)
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
east SO chaius to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M   O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
27. Commencing at a i>ost planted
240 chains west of the southwest corner of Timber License 11,509, thence
north SO chaius, thence e.ast SO
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west SO chains to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
2S. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains north and 80 chains east
of the northwest corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north SO chains
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west SO chains to
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
H. M. OCONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
29. Commencing at a post planted
160 chains north and SO chains east
of the northwest corner ot Timber
License llj508, thence south 10 chains
thence east 120 chaius, thence north
80 Chains, thence wes: 40 chains,
thence south 40 chains, thence west
SO chains to point of commencement,
anil containing 640 acres more or
less.
IL M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
30. Commencing  at  a  post  planted
120 ehains north and 40 chains east;
of  the  northwest  corner of  Timber'
License 11,508, thence south 10 chains |
thence east 160 chains, thence north
40 chains, thence west 100 caains to
point, of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
31. Commencing from a post planted at the southeast corner of Timber
License 11,508, thence north 120
chains, thence east 60 chains, thence
south 91 chains more or less to shore
of West Arm of Draney's Inlet;
thence southwesterly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing OH! acres more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
32. Commencing from a post planted at the northeast corner of Timber
License 11,509, thence south 40 chains
thence west SO chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 120 chains,
thence north SO chains more or less
to shore of West Arm of Draney's inlet: thence westerly along shore to
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres more or less.
H.  AI. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907.
33. Commencing from a post planted 40 chains east of the northeast
corner of Timher License 11,509,
thence south SO chain.?, thence east
80 chains, thence nortii Sl chains,
more or less, to shore of West Arm
of Dralney's Inlet; thence westerly
along shore to point of commence- J
ment, and containing 010 acres more i
or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1907. 1
EASTERBROOK  MILLING CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $ir>; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed���all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
BULtETIN
Great Northern Railway
<TCA ST. PM TO MINNEAPOLIS tfCft
|0U AND RETURN $0U
Tickets on sale Sept. 11, 12, 13, account Jamestown Exposition.     R&tum   Limit.   Ninety   Days.
Above rate 13 from New Westminster; $00 from Seattle.
Same rates apply to Duluth; proportionately low rates from
Washington and Oregon points Rate to Chicago: $71.50
Low rates to Omaha, Kansas City, St. Louis, and many
other Eastern points.
ODDFELLOWS*   MEETING.   BLAINE,   WASH..     Sept.   5th
Round trip fare $1.50, children 7"ec. Special train leaves
New Westminster at 0:45 p. in.; arrives at. Blaine 7:45 p.
m. Returning leaves Blaine 2:on a. 111.; arrives Westminster  :!:00 a.   m.    Tickets good for return passage Sept. 6th.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass. Agt., Seattle, Wash.
I������
ter 01
eacn of you are r."e;"re'
~; i:"1 claim of the las '.n'r'
within  feerty.fivo days fro:
I "' '"' Krai publlcatl011 '
re "Pon you, ot.herw^ 1 aba
r Margaret
thence west SO chains to point of
commencement, and containing 610
acres more or less.
H. M
August 23, 1907.
9. Commencing at
210   chains   north  of
corner  of    Timber    1
thence  uorth S ' 1 hains,
22. Commencing at a
osl
i East Quarter of said Section lying to
planted   the North and West of Lot 47, Group
O'CONNOR.      J45 chains east and 20 chains south   2, and all that part of the North East
! of the south end of Goose Bay in Rlv-
a post  planted  ers Inlet,    thence   north SO chain-,
the  northwest   thence west SO chnins, thence south
.icense    11,508,   80 chains,  thence east 80 chains to
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacture��� and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
farmers7jtention !
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Quarter of said Section lying to the
West of Lot S56,  Gioup 2.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A   Certificate  of   Imfcfeasble  Title!
a~.-
thenc 1 wes    point of commencement, and contain- ; tQ the above in.0,wrty wiU be issued t0
SO  chains,
I thence   west
80 ch eias   to p pint
rin f(
Published   a'
r       ��f 'his  notice fffl   '"
������Bufficieat servi��� tbereo'
rat the Land Registry
OuW
commencement,
acres more or le
and   contain!
64 1
lng ''ri acres more or less. ^        Margreta Jensen, on the 19th day of
H. M. O'CONNOR.      August, 1907, unless in the meantime
August 23, 1907. a valid objection thereto Is made to
2".. Commencing at a post  planted  nie in writing by a person or persons
145 (hains east and 20 chains south  claiming an estate or interest therein,
of the souteh end of Goose Bay in Riv-   or IU aay part thereof.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
thence east so cliains to]Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. C, July IS,
1907.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 80 chains to poinl of commencement, and 11 >-.'.��� ri-.'2ni 640 acres
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 20, 1007. ,   .
ers Inlet,    thence   soutn 80 chains,
10. Commencing at  a posl planl   I   |h , _ weg) so ch.,jus   ,:���..., norUl
24ii   chains  north   of    the   a  rthwe       gQ  (,^ln
comer of    Timber    License    L1.50S,  ,,:ijl,. of r()mmencrm0nt, and containing 640 acres more or less.
thence south 80 chains, H   ^  O'CONNOR.
August 2ri 1907.
21. Commencing at a post planted
RoriSon   3S ���r  aC,VS m��Ve "V '".V   x-   o'c ,NNOB       65 ch:l!nS eaSt ^ 2�� Chai"S ^ ��f
direct "���    '��� '    "'       the south end of Goose Bay in Rivers ; same to the undersigned.
:',.,.   days in I     August 20, I   i7. : In)pt_ thenre soulh C4 chains, thence j    Conveyance  dated 9th May,   1894,
''ri'T iiuhlisL.. ",'t   N'^i     11. Commen, it;..        a  post   .-.'.anted   ^   j;   m  cllajnS|    thence    north  04 ; from Thomas Graves Gregson to Eliz-
& 290 chains north ani '-0 caains west LhalnB)    thence  east    100  chains to ; abeth McGregor.
��� e    the  northwest corner  of  Timber  ,)0,nt 0�� commencemer.t. and contain
j icense ll,608,thence south 80 chains, I (ng G4!) acres moro ()1. less
.stminster, Bro'^nce'ofBritish] thence west 80 chains, thence north] H  M  O'CONNOR.
a't!>is ISth day of July, A.D-llo chalks,   thence east 80 chains to     Auguat 2.3, 1907.
ei oint   of  commencement,  and    con-      ^ Commencing at  a post planted
taining 640 acres more or less, ,.- c,lialns east and 20 chains south of
li. M. O'CONNOR.      the goutll end of Goose Bay in Rivers
August 23, 1907. Inlet, thence west 100 chains, thence
12  Commencing at a post planted ' nortn s0 chains, thence east 30 chains
B90 Chains north and SO chains west \ more or leS3 to shore of Goose Bay;
of  the  northwest   corner of Timber | thence southerly, easterly and north-
C S. KEITH-
^strict Res'i5,rar
P*Thros��ell tod & Burton.
���r80ns served with this notice,
claiming through or un,,er
Persons   claim'"
any
A.  WHEALLER,
42 Lorne Street,
New Westminster, B.C.,
Solicitor for Applicant.
"The Milwaukee"
,��m th" said land bv virtue of LlcenM n 508,thence north ve chains, Utterly  around shore of    bay to a
Sieved  instrument, a"'1 ;l11 i thence west SO chains, thence south  point n0rth of post; thence south SO
  '    ...   tha .    oa   n!.ni(.:   -,,i    _.i.__.t*.H   tv._-_.-q ^1* Ipsa   tn   nrmU  nf rom-
r! f!aiinin
M by
Petered
in tlie!-80  chains   thence east SO  chain. I I  chains more or less to point of com
��iiie iS'point  of ' commencement,  and   con-1 mencement, and containing 040 acrn
nny Interest
descent, whose m'c ���"  poi,
. ;       "nder tha provision? ot taining e.|0 acres mor 1 0:
^^'^���yActrishpllhe^ H.
fcanl   ,aUd (ife,'arred|fr'";lSt'; August 23, 1907.
, J rinim to or in aspect ot t pjanted
h"* ~ac,,.         T   , nro- 13. Commencing nt a post. 1
0 sob] for taxis as p.o ,                ^ southwest cor-
less.
-I. O'CONNOR.
iv
��' the
'Land Registry Act."
SO chains west of the
'The PioneT Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago. "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains  in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in  the  world that  equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
j I waukee  &  St.   Paul Railway.     They
1 own and operate their own sleeping
j and dining cars on all! their trains and
j give  their  patrons   an  excellence  of
>���:-.:-.-���;. 23, 190e. I service not obtainable elsewhere.
26, Commencing at a post planted | H  s ROWE_ General Agent.
,   cbains west cf tbe southwest cor-   I34 Third St.. cot Alder. Portland, Or.
I more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL ��14,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and New toundland, and in Loudon, England,
New York, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transac ted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wl tl. correspondents In all oarts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums ot $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) aiMed
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $J0,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
B.  E.  WALKER,
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
President. ALEX.  LAIRD, General Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded Farmers for  their banking business.   Sales Notes
cashed or taken for collection.
BANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may lie made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY EVKNING8. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ADVERTISE.  IN THE  NEWS PAGE BIGHT   ^
"~     THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
SatURDAy
Fine Suburban HOME
8 acres nearly all cleared, fine rich soil for gardening; nice comfortable house; good orchard and small fruits; close to two suburban car lines; 1000 feet of waterfrontage; ideal home,   Worth $8000
Price      -      -      $5500
Only $1,000 cash, balance $500 per year.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Columbia Street
We have a full sized lot in a goo d (location, which we can s<ll tor
$6000.   This is the best buy on t hn street.
BURNABY
100 acres on North Arm Road at $150 per sere.   This    would    lie
cheap at $260 per acre.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Shooting
Season Opens
Monday, Sept 2.
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Fishing Season is
Still On
Now, no matter whether you are
going Duck Shooting or Trout fishing, you want to have dry feet.
Gum Boots are the only thing that
will solve the question.
We have them in all weights, all
lengths, all widths, all sizes and all
prices.
ln fact, our stock of Gum Boots is
the largest ever seen in this city,
and every pair guaranteed against
cracking. We handle nothing but
the Maple Leaf brand, as they are
considered the best made.
We have the sole selling right of
these goods for this city.
********
W. E
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SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
I goMCOOOnOlMW <M" HIIMIHilWB
CORRESPONDENCE
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and  daughters  to  be insulted  on the
public streets.
Coming nearer home, I might cite
the case of Vancouver, where Chis-
boim made BUCh a beautiful mess
about a year ago. _tfefore his abortive attempt at purifying the city,
there was one district, n��w there arc
three sections of the dty where the
red lights blaze, while the number of
rooms occupied by women of easy
virtue in business Mocks are pafll
computing.
I have yet to learn of a case where
an attempt at stamping oul the social
evil has been successful���ley successful. I do not mean where the ministers anil aged splnislers of the congregations believe it 1ms bet n successful, lent when- the police and
nien-aliout-town know thai such is
the case.
I challenge the Rev. Dr. Tufta I i
name such a place in Western Canada.
To my mind, the only practical view
of the question is that advocated by
the mayor, namely, that the women be
informed that thev may move' to a
certain district, preferably <>n I.ulu
island, or across the river, where they
could not flaunt their brazenness in
the sight of every new arrive! in the
city, as i.s at present the case.
The fact that the city council allots these persons a district does not
necessarily mean that they condone
the traffic. It is merely an admission
that they recognize the incontrovertible fact that the evil exists and will
exist in spite of all attempts at clearing it out. The city fathers are wise
enough to recognize the condition of
affairs, and the only problem which
confronts them is one of location.
The argument put forward by the
mayor that if the district is remove I
from its present quarters it will necessitate more police protection, is unsound. Other cities, Calgary or Edmonton, for example, have the red
lights a coujele of miles away from
the city, but the women are not given an.v police protection. Frequenters travel the paths of vice at their
own risk, and are not entitled to the
protection of the law.
The Rev. Dr. Tufts, in bis address
Wednesday     night,     certainly    made j
some foolish assertions, including the
suggestion thai the newspapers should j
publish the names of all frequenters !
of the outlawed district.    How would |
he draw  the line  between  men  who i
passed  through   the  streets  on   busi-,
ness   ami ordinarj   frequenters? anl
would   the  reverend    gentleman    be
willing to  fr.ee  the  libel  suit  which
would res iit from a case of m'staken
identity?   He would probably try tne
effect of soft talk.
The growth of the city demands |
the removal of the red light district
form its present location, and the
only reasonable, sensible and logical
view of the situation is to allow the
women to take up their residence- in
some olher part of the city, anei in
this manner preserve our fair city
from the awful results which would
fallow a scattering "throughdjui the
business and residential sections of
these lewd characters.
SENSIBLE VIEW.
Xew  Westminster,  B. C,  Aug.  30.
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WHAT   LOOKS   NICER   THAN
GOOD     TEETH,     PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER? USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM    CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
-UMID PRIX, PAA/$
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In  handling  this well  known make of glovei we have,.
faction of knowing that it is the   best.     It has become wen |��Z
to our customers, who now find that  they can rely upon      /*'
which bears the Reynier Trade   Mark.       We a-e ahewififl oV'" '
fall stock.
3 claBp Sita, la brown, tan-hlack, navy, peen     Una! aid ���,
satisfactory glove, per pair         .'
2 clasp Boneval, a glove which our  pa*1 ���      , .. i(_
be the standard glove for beat wear, c        a    . ;  _:ii   .
gray, modes, brown, tan an,:l black aad wi -. ������'-... ji;- ���
8 clasp Reynier Suede, recognized by all glovi ....
Suede glove, shown in lilac ii, tan, brown and modi pa -,i: % ���
11! button Glace Kid in tan, hrown. gray, bla      :,, white, pair$3,011
16 button Undressed Kiel, shown in   Mack, whit,-, gray, modei .���.:.:
tan,  per pair   $2;;
12 button Undressed Kid, in Mack,  while, gray, modes and tai
pair    $2.2=
Lilk Gloves���Long Lengths
During the past week we have rec< lv< el m-w lines ol white, creamuil
black silk gloves, special values in different weights,   per ;l-3
  85c. $1, $���_: ;
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
School Boohs
am
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
 AT	
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Our  Scribblers  and   Exercise   Books are
Fine
George Elley, the winner of the
/irize offered, by A, c. FlumerfeCl foi
the best essay on the timber Industry of the province, is a son of Rtte-
'jen Elley, of this city. Mr. George
Elley was educated at the public
and high schools 'if New Westminster, hut moved to Vancouver a short
time ago.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eiyhlh Street
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I    /(     NO     INTEREST    CHARGED     ON     CREDIT     ACCOUNTS.
E. H. Sands, who for the past
couple of years has held the posi I 1
of local agent    for    the   Vancouver  ri\n r    j      _p~t       n    i   77*    i   1
.1- 500 lords of Tan Bark Wanted
World, has decided to sever his co:
nection with that  paper, and wHl in] At the
future devote all his time to his- mh    t=rascr River Tannery
er business cares.   Mr. Blake, of Van- j
eouver.has been appointed local agent
I in succession to Mr. Sands.
WE WI1L
SAVE     j
YOU
MONEY!1
Ibuvtour FURNITURE and i
Household Goods
IN   THE   LARGEST   AND  MOST   UP-TO-DATE  b: 11-
NITURE   EMPORIUM   [N   THE   PROVINCE-
Low   Prices,   Easy Credit and   Liberal Terms for every- j
body.      No catch as you can prices.   Everything marri 1.:
ed in plain figures. j
We Pay Your Return Fare to jjj Wejmjgg j
if you   purchase   of   us $20.C0  worth or over,  and  pac ;
goods free and pay freight to   New  Westminster. ;
I Max Freed Furniture
I     62 & 64 Hastings Sl. West, Vanconver, B. C.
I Complete   Mouse  FuR^isHERS|1
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Highest Cash Price Paid
HOME
Near Central Park..
5 acres fronting on tram line and adjoining station; good house
and new barn. This is undoubtedly the best property for the
money between Vancouver and  N'ew Westminster.
Price
.$4,300; terms
I     1P
A Good One!
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1800,  favorable terms.
Ltd.
DOMINION TRUSI COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL EST ATE J INSURAN^

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