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 Ek Shiles & Co.
Pf  FRANCE
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REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. P'lane 85
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���iFFFRlNiT   'TWIN CITIES SENDING   'TRUSTEES Will NOT    1SWEI       D SINGER   COUNCIL ACCTPTS NEW   DREDGING Of ERASER
HP ���1.1 Lux    fiuf FVHiRiT Tfi PAIR   RAR M1WT) nip r.AMF.    [ifiif.HTFh ilinif Nff      FIRE HAI ��� 1HBS3    RIVER TO BE STAR
jKAUSE0F_DROU6HT
Hen in New
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FINE EXHIBIT TO EAIR   BAR MINTO CUP GAMES    DELIGHTED AUDIENCE     ARE P-TEK   RIVER TO BE STARTED
h   Blling
ad farmer,
, mounced to
in  many years,
he   Eastern
.,     a i" '���
h.   co m-
:,..    the  Mist
En   Land     In
���    iu
Edmonton and   Strathcona Chall, ill Be Jos' tion Not Over   ' '--- Purchase of Marine Dre
Roots and Cereals Will be oss- i* '     Opened-     Practically Closed--^
Wi decedent     S Fir    Time.       emet.        icordsWant.        Channel Assured.
,",'7for Nearly Four ^^^^^^^
usance. !   up to Alberta Standard
	
in- teet
.
Edmonton,  Sept   Jl.    Tin.ma.-   Ual
<.i   Edmonton, �� ho ba    cha 'gi   oi  th.
Twin   Citj   exhibit   v. hich   lea ���'      fo
ilie Ni vi   Wesl mini t.     a      his
:       ������ ing   hard   to duplies e thi
nonu mil su.c- ailar . xhin-
ha ve   tnei   with   al   tli     I lomini in
fair al   Call ai       ad  ai   the Indu
���   ,   bition   al   Toronto     M     Dal}   has
been   untiring   in   ��� to   this
and  foi  ��� he pa       ;  now has
a lar i e   an
coll.    ������ aims
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Will   Now   Consider   Find-
���   Hearing   Wi i   Probab-
Before   FuM  Court.
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Mr. D ehalf .
Twin Cities, h     i bartered                           o conve; th.   ex
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New
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iver  the  many   inq
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eaks   M>   Heart
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I s honoi  ;.,���   erday, VV.
seutin- iippel
n lall   Ro ���     Cat  Id).
t] govei nmen . and
ied thi   i   se on belli in  govi   n.in ni.
-The ar. imi in   folli ��i 1    constltu-
��� ely,  and   when   the
hono    said   he
foi   be v. ij in which
ho I     ���        pi e ented,
. lng  been
��� I  n .1  ��� hini. thai  a
i n . i ��� - ��� ��� i
oh i lefl   for
en  eavoi   to let
I    m -      i ���'
��� '        pei mltte l.   r
i    ���    i in mind the
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w hich   ��   :
Twin Cities
ol
cen
Uberl
ware.   Thi   .eces-  little < .          ���    nd soft was the
���*'',. HI             notes wen
would      ���',.- it im- ,*,���.-.   . ., ... ��� . ,.      , i. ,,���, sg
��� "'   ���   - vhilehisi nun
owa he en    of Octo- v\&t\
Jose
that    a       E -   -  n   team   .,,, ... lng    manner   a
'            '  ���                 b j    ii tare,    comedy,   ''Don't   Tell
o   dvanced   i
*     things oon prett
noi !ia\.- to
 ���  I 109
 snaps
TO COST $1,500,
INTER-HOUSE   BOWLING
LEAGUE   BEGINS  COMPETITION
Tenders Are Called for the Construction  of   Immense   Locomotive Shops
��� Building to be 800  Feet Long.
1'hi
.    .
(!.   v ��� elng mirth pro
Poi
t ere   ed   uch a
���'    in  thi   woi d i on, 1 tn    II
ectoire wa       en in  thl    city,
liss Ll  ng a
ning cr< ation  In  the I isi   id     I
ichi lor's   noint  of   view,   the   dl-
.   ii in   gown   i-1   certalnl     th I
hing   In  the   mysteries   ol   feminine
Bishop   Carmichael
III
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bANTTOS fl) BE
ON TRANSCONTINENTAL
Winnipeg, Sept. 21. Au announi.
ment of more than ordinary impori
ance to the ��- a Is contalni ii in I b.
��� enl li sin- oi the Canada Gazette,
when- the governmenl i. calling toi
-< inters for the . rection ol the loco
ii,ui Ivi        -      foi     In    \.r .-ni il  1    I
ticntal     r illwa       on   tbe Bit.    In
Springfield     pre. loui 1 -.     .,. un ii     foi
i .   an I ahoti ���     ���
ol   \'> Inn   ��� ���        Tend
i ii -   i, and    hi  plan     Bnd
tions ni a      ���    e<*n ln t of t h
t engineer, S   R    P .yliii, or nl
th    dopari ment, < M -in. i
'I he    - hopi    will ������-. - til .ai     Invol .���
in expendil are of $1,500
large  as  to  give  a  fair  i.i.-i  of    the
^^^^^^*^**^****m\m*amaaam
''���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mem  negan  lasi evenln     No.  1  team wearing apparel.
Ing  No   -' '��� am  I v E, ���	
Hul( , bJ  s: pins.    Diamond m   le '
������ ^''���'���������'���' ^^^^m*a*aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaam*myy. ,
:\\    ,      .   ���    l42    ,   Bryson, 396;       Montree).   Qua,   Sept   21.-Blshop
r   -,,,���,,,, 384; C   Robinson, 340; and Carmichael, of the Church of England,
Hnghes,   ISO;   total.  1942,    No
lohndro,   ' I '
UU; ��� Di i :'
that  citj   people
1942     no   *_-��.'diocese of Montreal,  is lying  at   the  ,,.,, ,,���, market  yards tor **** j***
Mh.no. " .30;  Har, : death   He preached yesterday ,��� the aetr,ment of the Uvery sta.
,.,,     >    ,     Haie,  108;   morning   in   the   cathedral.       In   the
.   i
o
That i    th.
ag i
-i
McQu    ' -
ender.      In
The   New  Cemetery.
'��� J.Hi ��� off erlni
-    -' rj on Tenth a
	
I
ceda i   threi   inch
' ��� long,
pain ���  H-;.   stem
L00. ,  , ���   .        ���        ihjeci   was
made     ; ma: or,   who   said
ad a system
i tl       pi might   K ii ��
urials   wore made,
He would suggest thai li   should -
efi   ������ |   o th<   limine   committi
���. and  that   the  Asylum auth
'-   ul I  bi   conferred with.    Thej
would [hi n  lr.ivo a  pel nianoin rt i
rhe letti i  was refern d to the finance
u
Market   Stabling   Extended.
It   was decided  to place some additional stalls at the easl shed ol the
market, Lhe mayor remarking that he
was  sum.   to   lind
1 the market
swells
���
. ���
I 'mil-
_-hicl __i<M
i ,  .  and i-   now   wai
Indep. of v
Tie
ed ii i- J.
". i '   Baron's repori is still ���
itouch. !.   but   as   the   dri cl
,   ��� '.  �� hich is pi i. om
.'':.   i an   ha
the
Edward, tl v. r>
While the
a    Fruhllng
60 even I ��� 9 cent.,
uctlon      i dges
ii   m ���   ol   onlj   20  per
-
Ocean   Channel   at   Once.
i ���     foi     '      pur-
o    th.    di i Ige ar. ht,  no
   will   be  iosi   with   thi   dredging
th.   le. p cl     ���      ���   the river, sui
���   ' ni   foi  oi ��� -ni  :���' lng   vessi  s.
The
total,   1859       Tonight     Sutherland's
������  nu.
vestry after the service he was stricken with an attack of heart failure.
Would Borden Abandon the
Transcontinental Project ?
plan   adopted   will ho  to  confine   the
forci        ��� ii   riv. r in a narrow
channel,   thus   ci mpelllng   th.   v. ati ���
itself to oloar the silt by the fore,   oi
the current.    Being a tidal river, the
i ir.inner,-, have  to  contend   with  both
tide and current, but similar dlffl
'iis   have   been    ovi rcome   ln   oth.
I pai   ��� of thi   world.   Tho sum voted In
the  general  and supplementary  estl-
,���,. the mouth ol  the river.
Work   at   Chilliwack.
An application   has   I een   made
���e
in.lo.iaLiii
.     .-,.,���       i be nearlj   lou
.stari   I'letion.    Tne    cost of  the enterprise
ial   the  National
',:.,., a .;,   e mums, inn
iber 28 receive (,!n-
i ��� ons;
D" and ' E" -Prom a
'it d. sign ited on the plans of the
I elng   al   the western
I ilei   Bros.'   Ai.iiii.i con-
Ince of Ontario, In
direction tor a distance of
11.24 miles,    li:.;,. or comple-
I ��� '   December   1910.
E"   Prom a point derm the plans of tho comniis-
v it sixty miles west of the
-    of  District  "K."  in
' re nf  Ontario,  westerly   to
le end  of Fauquier  BroB.'  contract,
Igon, n  distance of
- ��� ��� iel ur.   �� hich will be erei
The    ut] ling for  which  t.-n :
no ������   '��� Ing called \. ill be ^o'1 fee   Ion
bj   I ���','. w Ide and  three stoi les    high
con ti acted of brick and concrete, Tho
location of this Immense building win
I..- along the north  frontage of   the
shops ilte, running t.<    the    eastern
road   allowance   beyond    section   5
11. 4.
 ^^^^^Bsh     expedition
,'.   which    be
:. , .,i
yea 01 has  had
VI     k   r   Roblin     ij - de    on
.   help hold up iiis i. , i
,   ��� i
imeni   In   ,   .viding    hi
,  ,i   n> w   ocean  o-o
\ ,n     He and hi - ���   In pat 11
���   ���   ��� . - hai  umli     ��� with
heir mighi  when, In  1903, ll was
I announced  by    the   government and
ken hacked patch
BRYCE    MAY   RETIRE
thev proposed a brol
i:���r���a:,ve    scheme, of which
and   most   signlncani  fea-
FROM    AMBASSADORSHIP   the^ main   ~~   ~    ^^.^     _h(lllM
��1    ���
>i'oiit, if^Bi
BlBl    !���,,,,.
siie.i
London,   Sept    21,    .lames
retirement  from  ilie  British emnassj
at    Washington   is  expect.-d     here   h
follow' spi-e.iii.v   the   Inauguration  o'
President   Roosevelt's
the     While    House.
Thai   Lord   De-liorough
close  second  in the  rac<
Bryce for the appointment, and
has become still better known among
erleans   llirougli   hi      ��� 	
BryC*   'So,, of Its main line running around
,,���  shore of    Lake    super...,-.
National ^^^^M
and    In
a in i wa    i
,    wiih   Mr-
n
Date of completion, I Ihe Americans through ms pt
_______________________________________________!
'-.I'-r   191(1    Bach tenderer of the Olympic council, wi
ttepoBit   an  oo- to the Washington posl
, ooo ' a fon gone conclusion,
ib.
the C. P. R- "," Por
ih.
will amount   to   ne u  .   J1.000, I  for
every i oni I f in Canada."   There
an   221  constituencies  in the  Domln
Ion,   so   ih.ii   Mr.   Bor ten's    atesl
sion ol the N -
ai  Transc.ontiD ntai Is  nearly    $221,
���	
��� ��� ha - ': lown a  little In
e .-in. e  nis   ��� peech  In  'he  ll" i
ie i ommone   d ; 1I5 la   . In the co
i|  wiiich  he ��� 11 bm I tte I  a  ' .1 "Mai   Btal
menl    1 Hansai I,    1908, pagi     1
vi inch show-, d to his own satl I d li i
-I ii  the total eosl of    the    National
11 anscohtlnental  would    e    . -19 335,-
II.' ' xplalned    afterwards    thai
there was one Item which he bad under estimated, and he    therefor.     In
��� ied Ihe total to $250,968,723  Thai
was his figure two months ago    Thel
figure of Mr. Qeorge    E,    Poster,    In
was    $129,000,000,    Mr.-
Borden's figure now is "nearly $__:_i,- j
 ,000."   But through all their vary-!
ing monstrous exaggerations   of   the
Another  effort   will  be  made to  come   ""
tn  an   nrrangement    with  regard  tojmates wil- '"  -'.""'    efore thi   fiscal
ui streel .-om.-nt sidewalks, as'   "'��� expires, March 31 n v, on actu-
:,ll  bill  om       ���    rtj   o.vie-1   has con-'al   dredging  operations   between   th
_______���
Legal   Quandary.
Whit".ide    A.    Kdmonds     wrote ��� ~^^^^^^^^^_^__
ifii- .   Ltd.,   vi rsui   .Imies  and   lh    "   I ' ':'    ���'-'''"' '   Oeorge  \. Kee
Ham.ah   thai judgment had been en    ''   -   ''   iend   :1   dredge   to   clean   the
$206.75,  and channel near Mlnto's Landiug, Chilli
^         ;,|1 (,, forth lhat   the  boats   trom   Hai
wiih paj  Into court any monej  m   I ;  ;' >\ Sprin - - can gel   In  to thi
that sum due bj   the citj   to the de    '��� ;!l'"    :''   with greater ease than al
- ..��1 nrcBent.   Mr. Pile's dredge will prol)
vorlt.   A start
' ilntlff    for
rould ask the councl
 pe  u-v   '���,^mmmaaaaaaaaaa*%    ��  pn sent.    Mr. Pike's
fenilants.     Referred   .0  the   hoard  "M ^_    __���,,
works and Bnance committeea   0 ac ^^ M;iynr Cawley an(1
. .    !   Manual,   laid  the       ' ,     bavlng   vlslted   ���������
Uie Russell hotel, the city to payj" (,,nil, cion with th(
,    mtlnuefl on Page Seven.)
1 matter.
They    have    opposed
Transcontinental ever Bince;
,���,,-..   ai      Halifax     I      ^H  	
,    ,,,   Borden devoted  hlnuetl  c LOBtof the National Transcontinental
0UtrageouB exaggeration of'in- cost 0   ^   Borden nn(] M|. Po8ter .,ml   theii
I0nal   highway-   "lhl,>
,,e'A        Hilt
ihe    ^^
JS '^interest, would pav -he cos,
leclared, "that $18,000,000,
party In parliament  have   bean
whole  undertpVlng."
.���There is good rei-,
the puoHe   debt l
of ,h^^^^
went on to say
,-, to believe that
un-
i changing in their hostility to the con-
jstructlon of the National Transcontinental.    Their  method  of making war
\ ELECTION OF DELEGATES I
Ijiherals of New Westminster: Your presence is
required at the Hnrdm.in hall at eight o'clock this
evening, when delegates to attend the nominating
convention to be held in this city on Wednesday,
Sept. 30, are to be elected.
The naming of delegates is an important duty
which you are called upon to perform. It is a duty
which no good Liberal can afford to neglect if he has
the best interests of the party at heart.
A large attendance is desired, so that ample
choice of delegates may be assured. Al! Liberals
and friends of the party will be welcomed.
(Continued on Page TwrO
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1 This Is My 59th Birthday
FRANKLIN   FERRISS.
Judge  Franklin  Ferrlss, the Bpecial examiner ap] ited to take
���    lence m the  rail ol  the governmenl   agalnsl     the   Standard   Oil
company, was  * in  Peru, N. Y., September 22, 1849, and gradual.
ed ���.,���, r,(;I1,,, university ln 1st::. After iwo year.' study a. the
s, I,mis law school, ho began pracUce al the bar of that city, and
,-,.������ L893 to 1897 served as a member of the city council, lie was
,,,���..,,, a |udge ���f the Eighth judiciary circuit of Missouri in 1898,
which poBlUon he resigned In L903 ... accept, appointment as general counsel to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition company. Judge
Ferrlsa was chairman of the Republican advisory committee iu the
Si uouis "anti-boodle" campaign a year ago and did much to aid
j,,,'. eonvicdonof the bribery ring which bad existed in SI Louis
��   tor a  number of years.
*_M.*��s_aai*^
rovmcia
Synopsis di canaflI
Regulations,
Homesti
>".
&
Would Borden Abandon the
Transcontinental Project ?
i Continued from  Page < >ue )
rare upon  the undertaking is to mls-fof construction, bul  the seven  years'
reiin-Sa.nl   Us  eosl   as being  so  great I remitted   rental   on   the    governn
I ial   ' ii   undertaking should  noi    be owned section easl  ol   Winnipeg, and
curried  lo completion;   thai Is lo Bay,  the seven years'  Interest    on
tho portion!   alreadj constructed could Quarters ol the cost of cons tin tion ol
be made  us.- of in the Borden alter  l||>"   Moncton    section.    The    Prah ���
native   proposal,   further   construction   section pays Us nun Interest from the
of a transcontinental to compete with   beginning.    Bui Mr. Borden I
n   .'. p.   If   being abandoned.    Such om   thai   neither  the   Pralrii    lection
appears lo be the Conservative policy,  "or any other section will ever pay.
As tor Mr.  Borden's assertion that Hla    whole    nionstrous    i    imate    lithe government "vowed  thai   $13,000,   hased upon  the blue run .,    imption
that  no section of the road  will ever
Exhib
Under  tKe   Auspices   of   tke R. A. & I. Society
New   Westminster, B.C.
.Q
ueen s
Park.
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Al.,   ���    ,
in tho rail
bla, may be
who is
any male-.. *m>,ot
exteut of   '     tti'Jj
acres, more n * ��i
Entry mu
'the local!;,, " % a:
which the ,    | tuate   ^
proxy may, h ���. ma(J   ry feJ
tain conditio:,, ,,ther "^
*-'r��r sister o!jl
 ,   |uae. il   at   111!.-res',   w OUld   pa.>   tile
eosl (.1 I he w hole undertaking," li c in
earn anything, and thai the road will
oulj   he   rightly characterized as de- \
simple   be   two   valueless   strips    of
���.,      ...    ,,-V,   'steel  across the continent.    He  piles
\\ hal  Sir \\ ll- ,
I up  fancy   figures of cost  of construe.
liberatelj  misleading
trid Laurier said was that the govern-,
.._,���,   ,,,n,   tion,  and utterly  ignores  the obliga-
nienl   would,   inner  the  contract, hull.!1         ,,,-,���.
....      lions of the Grand   1 runk  Pacific    to
ill.-  l*-.iu miles  Irom  Moncton  lo  Win-i
,    ,      ,        ,,     pay the interesl from the very bogui-
nlneg, and guarantee ih.- lu.nds on me    .
1  B'        e ,,   'ning on the  Prairie section,    to pa
eel ion    constructed    by    the        b
the interest on  tho  Mountain section
1'rairie   3	
Orand Trunk   Pacific  wesl  of Wlnni
p
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_. lati.-r   tn.-   ti rs-   .even   years,   and     to
and pay seven years   Interest <m
.    ', ,.    .,,   i pav, as rental, three per cent. Interest
oi    the    cosi  ol    the
September 29tK to October 3nl,
Both   Days   Inclusive
$30,000 m Prizes
and  Attractions
Western Canada's   Greatest  Annual
son, daugh ���
intending . i nler,
The1'    ���'       �� required !���,���
*r *���, >��*Z
",,th    U'Vl- "f ^   toj
plans: ">
0'    A\   ' noma* n,,^
upon  and  c i : ,��� ot th,
eacli   year   to
>ther, it tha|
I
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id   i
SK
ow
r   I
three-quarten
Mountain section, and that for the flrsi
seven years the Grand Trunk Pacific
is noi required to pay rental on the
;overnment-owned section east    from
for flfty ..earn on the cos, of construction of the government-owned section
least   nl   Winnipeg,     Tho  Moses   Of   the
Conservative party, in his hostility ,r.
HI  V. III'III-..�� lU'U    BCOHUU   '���;.'       ,,-���,,,
thi  id.-a nt i uo ( . P. Et. having to tae
Winnipeg, hut thai  afl ir th03e seven . .
y.-ars ihe Grand Trunk   Pacific    pays
for lift '���   years
a   rental  ol   'bree    ,-
cent, of the cos - of   construction    of
i ran.a i.iiiin. mal competition, become
a  Jeremiah.    His present    utteranc
will he. looked  back  to    thirty    yea
from now. as we now look    back    ;
Lacrosse Matches, Baseball Matches, Football Matches.
Scottish Sports, Children's Day Sports.
Sweetest Music, Stock Parade,
Five Days* Enjoyment and Instruction.
Historical Exhibit Commemorating Discovery of the Greatest
River in Canada by Simon Fraser.
Unveiling of Monument Erected to Great Discoverer's .Memory.
GOD SAVE THE  KING.
For Information apply to
W. H.  KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
T. J. TRAPP, Pres. P.O.Box 59, New Westminster
(2) If the
father la de the home"
.BU'aik'r resid ���   ' farm ia fl,,
vlcinitj    i .   ered tor, thi
requirement
satisfied bj
the fulh.���;
(3) If ���
enl n
ed by bim
Btea i, 'be i
dence ma;
upon the . i
Six montl
be given to I
Ini.oi Lan I - a
apply tor p il a'
COAL - - ma\ si I
leased foi i . ��� ..
at an am
Not   moi ���
leased   I.i   . :
A royall y at five ceni -���
t��n shall be th. n
chantable
W, CORY
.   ���
Deputy ..
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MAIL C0NTRAO
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iliat Ani   Sir   Wilfrid   .-sll- ^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mated   lh I   the  accumulated interesl   Edward Blake's prediction thirty yea  _^  = =====	
 ,,  ago that  the C. P. K. would not earn
'"'!,|:' ',;1     Jeais    W0Uld en h to nav for    i.s   axle    grease ��������������������������������������������������������������� �����������������������������������������������������������������
amount to $13,000,      Nothing could    " """ '    '''���   ''    lls   ,ixl     -'"s ��� ���
ihan thai    statement,    as | ���nJp *;��� ^ ^lAflT^^.l ���VEIL    PINS    and
rer_a_a_eiM
SEALED
the   Posl be ��i
ceived at Otta Friiijj
the Second Octobe .|
of lettei
four  years   f-om  the proposes .���.�����'. I
Letter Boxes in the C ty cf Ne_ iNtst-1
citj  ol we; tei u i lanada w ia unknow n.
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Sir v, ltd id  Lam Ier made It.    IL- w as J
n .    ||(      ;|. of CQ          con Ll.uction   Mr. Borden  must   be rega.ded as be-1*
nt ol   ih.   eosl   _'h;ch people    ot
'ana la   v. il!   have ultimately
inn Ing regard to whai the counl ry
i o pay. Which is an entlrelj dlf-
reni matter.
I'ui   .. i".. ,000 myth  Is    unworthy
if a gentlemau of Mr, Borden's pre-
ensions, lines he really imagine that
anyone believes Sir Wilfrid Laurier
in body else ever said th it a rail-
���va ml .-   in length, from Monc-
In   Pacific, could bo construct -
' I  foi   >'i :. 10 i, or at   the rate   of
1 " p. r mile ? Hoes such an asser-
I Ion b) M r, Borden Indicate thai he
lies the discussion of the N'a-
i oual Transcontlin ntal und rtaking
spirit ���' The estimate, pre-
s. ut. i by the govei nmeni In 1003 of
ilie ...���   of constru .,���   -. ������ n win-
nipeg and  Moncton   ki re in the esU-
mat.       ,   Mr.  Collingwo .d   S
i thi   chief engineei     il    railway a
au,| canals, a man of the highi     c ial
litj m bis prof, isi ui. The
n ���       Ion Is proving
.   :,  i
ll    .1
oni   ,   ������
:,.        '     li        ���        i" ping
vu to   the
���
, I i 1 ,,ed is Vi
be    ob]. '���
be lira    -
i  -, ���.'. I'
e c ii r I n g
a   i  i . i       ,     om Wlnntp
Moncl    i .    Ioi eosl    a
to pa    Inte oal  toi   Ilfl -
,, i ���   in  , \       doll ir of    ihe
Evi ry   paj menl   boforo   belli ���    made
iri! ���   ii   , ��� :   ���;   i to bj   tho co npany' -
engii lng a   proper   ch u ge
tor coi in ft'oi k ��� done. nml   the
ovitl      lhat in the event  ol
comml     ui'b en   n era   and    ti a
,   m mi  '    ' n ' ���-,''''>���- being im-ible    io
,   In  regard to any   payment, the
question   shall   be  Hettled   by  judicial j
,,,��� itration    This la tho system which |
iK  lulu ���   i an led Olll ,   and   the  worU  of
construction    between Winnipeg   and
Moncton is being done at the   lowesl   A Hardman.   A.Jamei.   j.MoClughan
possible flgue.    The ol,jection ol  Mr
Borden to ll is an objection to   lis being dime al all.
The   measure of   thu   cos,   of the 	
who1 w "'"" "hlBhway' Front Streel    Trust Blort
.ieviii-f thai   li   is ftilij     know n
and thai it hi. reai hed Its limil
This is , he meaning ol M Bordeu'i
alio tide tow irds i he Nal on il Trail
'. ontiiientalfl and his prodigiously in
Hated direful Imaginings oi wh n \< j ���
will cost the country, li cannoi - ���
the country one dollar beyond the S
seven years' interesl on three-fourths | z
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BEAUTY PIINS \
t AT
:W. C. CHAMBERLIN
���
The   Jeweler ���
Sole Agents  for
���   Longlnes   Watch   Movement,
and    Hamilton Watch  Mov. m in
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
If you  wanl   i"    ' youi    trip
across the eon!inent -
Travel  b    I      S, en       Rail of
America.
Through Dining Tourlsl and First-
Class  Sleeping Cars.
Kastern Express leaves al 7 15.
Atlantic Express leaves al  17:25,
minster,    I   i
eral'..   pll
Pi nted  nol
info: matin,,   .<
po ed i lonl i
form i ol
Po ��� i ifl .
Sa ppi :
Po ���   hm , ������  :
JOHN :
Po
couver,   B
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of   1 li,.   cost   of   the   Mountain  sec
and   the   seven   years'   remitted   rei ' ll
upon thc section easl  from Winnipeg,
unless ii  be thai  I he | lucln -��� capa -
city of westei n Canada has i e iched
its limit, and the existing transcon-
tiie ntal mileage Is ample for its ni ������ Is,
Mr Borden's Halifax speech means
nothing if ii does not mean that a
Conservative governmenl would stop
construction of the National Trans-
coni Inental. The construction east
from Winnipeg is as > cl ad\ nice i no
farther  than  the  junction   point   with
ii am ta   ,n   Lake  Superior,    That
mileage could be made to III  in with
��� ha Borden   alti i nal - \     scheme.    The
Hon whli h l hi  el ctors will be de-
��� �� hen lhe;   mark their ballot - Is
1   thei   ���   '     desire  the conBtruc Ion
'a :   m i   Ti msconttneni il gone
a     with,    or     ibandoned.    Mans   i
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day and  Sunday at 7 n. m.
Foi  rati i and particulars, apply
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with a pitch, i ��� ; '���' ������'���' '���"-���''-
wh and asked tora<_uarl ofmolaaaea,
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This  Date in  History
SEPTEMBER  22.
1586    i       allied   Dutch   and   Eng
��� ati il th.   Spanish at  Zui
L692���Two men an.l Beven women ex
���   ite I  at   Salem    for  w it. .,
aft,
1706 , ii     Francois  de   Brouillon,
governor of  Acadia,  died   ai
IT ll    Sarah F anklln Bach.-, daughtei
.ii   li. njamln   Fi anklln,   boi n
P   ... I. lphia.     Died  ther.
11, i    ...  L808,
1788���The  Ineida Indians  ceded    all
���li.ii   lands  to   the  State  of
\i v.  York.
1833   .i- 'i   Stephen   D.   Lee  born in
Charleston,   S.   C.     Died    in
burg,   Mis...    May
i 1908.
FOUR TIIUIiSAND RENDERED
BONELESS BY FOREST FIRE.
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ige to tl     ���       oy.
li Ib n< ��� the strike v
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ee to thi
ductton in  wagi -   which   al i
hi en acce] ed   bj   th. S
far the ldl ��� ���    ' pei
fe< ��� ���  orderlj.
Men.  Women and  Children   Forced  to
Flee for Their Lives���Several May
Have   Fallen   Victims.
>,   nelander,   Wis.,    Sept, 21     rhi
ol  Gagen  ,-in.i  Woodboro  w"ere
. |   by   for. si   fires   yesterdaj.
, resull nearly tour thousand
one   are  homeless,
Men   women   and  children    foughi
, , ,     ioi   theii   homos,  but   wlth-
avall, and at lust were- force. 1 to
foi  their lives,    Women, carrying
Idren in their ann**. and men an.l
with packs on  their barks, ran
i    Rhlnelander,    many
, ���.   trated bj   the heat,    only
FORT  WILLIAM  SPENT
SUNDAY   FIGHTING   FIRE
Fort   William    Ont,    Setyt.   21.���
Fanned bj  a Btrong breeze yesterday
afternoon the foreBt fires again blazed
forth  ai  iho outskirts of West   Fori
and  from   ll  o'clock in the forenoon
until evening the fire brigade worked
hard to prevent damage in property.
In   a   very   short   time   fieri'.'    flres
w. re    bearing    down   upon    several
houses located in Wesl Fort close to
falllngithe westerly limit.   Fortunately after
to  be a fight lasting several hours, in which
s   the stronger refugees,    several   firemen   had    to   be   can-led
!     Nearh   all  of those ijurne.1  out   at away as they were overcome with the
1845    '���      :ans  defeated   the  Mexl- Gagen reached Rhlnelander last night j heal   and   smoke,    the   fighters   buc-
,n  battle of  Monterey, and are being oared for, but only   a ceeded In checking the flames and not
1862    United  States   troops  defeated few of the Woodboro people are here, a  single building was burned.
the Indians ai battl<? of Wood an,i it is not known what lias become	
Lake of  them     They  mav.  however,   turn
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A Mass Meeting of Westminster Liberals,
and supporters of the party, will be held on
Tuesday, Sept. 22
f
AT   8   P. M.
���IN
Hardman's Hall, MacKenzie Street
For the purpose of electing delegates to the
nominating convention to be held on September 30, 1908.
J. W. MACDONALD, President
W. J. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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rr'PROGKAM UF SCOTTISH
on the ' red special" in this citj
evening from  hi-   We tern
Published by the Daily News Pu ���
li .hlriK i :ompan . Limited, at theii
offices, comer of Blxth and Froni
Btreel .  New   Wei trnln   er,  H.  t_.
rnHII'FUT   IQ   ATTPAl'TIVK later addressed an audienci
LUIMLill    ID AllIlAuIllL.L it the auditorium
E.   A.   Paige Mana'j.'.g   Director
Highland    Songs   and    Bagoipe    Selections Will  Make  Brave Music When
Scotsmen   Celebrate.
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TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1908.
The   following attractive    prog  im
has been  arranged   for   the   Scottish
concerl at the Opera house tomorrow
; week,    following    the sports  n1   the
              park:
DO    NOT   FORGET. Bagplpe   s,.|,,.tionp   Vanoouver   Plpe
Do not forget thai J. D.Taylor sup-  band;   Bong,  "Our  Aln   Auld   Hame,
porti    Lhe   Conservative   government, Mr.  it.  Morrison;  song,    "The    Auld
whose   regulations    are   turning   the Scotch    Bangs,"    Miss   Ella  Walker;
Fraser rive,- into a spawning groundjaong, "Scotland for Ever," A. <;. Wil-1
Get the Habit Wedne$da^ep'-23r��.j| ^^^^^^^^^^
FLORENCE LAKE Y0DN6 JFor the p,ast few weeks ffe hav
I    -a* 1         1^-,.^ ���.^ "
Another Line
io Bupplj the combine flsh traps .wiih
Kllllll'.l.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
BORDEN'S  ADVISER.
Qeorge  Eulus  Poster  is .... contra
dlctorj  i,mt ii u hard io follow him,
During  ii.si   session he   berated    the
govern nt for the prodigallt)  ol its
expi inlit urei. especially the exi rava-
;ance ol aiding the const ruction ol .1
second Lranscontlnental railway, and
in his late speeches In Ontario has
ji Bgk-d vt nil figure . in conned Ion
with  thai   undertaking  until  the non-
,ic.-e|.lei|   Ilie lis   l.e-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
.1. (1. Brown; "Auld Lang S\
mi; ii continuous heavj ilrnm upon
Hie Iloiiiiiiiiiii exchequer for the next
Since prophesies' ^^^^^^^B
of ruin   uttered  in  Ontario,  this  gent- Debs  Reaches St.  Paul.
loman hits hied him away to the lune-! si. Paul, Sept. 21.���Eugene V. Debs,
lng air of Prince Edward Island and Socialist candidate tor president, ,ar-
under Its   Invigorating   Influence    he
Hums;   duet,  "When   Y.-  ilium    Awa,
Jamie," Miss Munn and it. Morris m
e..inpeiitii.il for the juvenile Highland
llin�� championship medal; Bong, "The
Battle of Stirling," J. G, Brown; song,
"Leezle  Lindsay,"  Miss  Munn.
Part II.
Bagpipe selection, Vancouvei    Pipe
band; song, "The Scottish Blue Bells,"
ML,   Kll.-i   Walls.-r;   houk,  "Burns   and I H^B
, ���,.,,. ware Teapots.  15c each.
Scotland lot, A. G William.-; dancing, K.'-i O'Tulloch, Highland quartette; song, "Lochnagar, It Morrison;
duet, '-'rhe Wooln' ..' It." Miss Ella
Walker and J. G. Brown; Bong, "Will
Ye    No   Come    Back    Again      Ml
of daintj China just receive I
It la now to be seen in our
win-low and i.s comprised of
a varied number of articles,
such as Berry Sets, Hat i.i"
Holders, Mustard Pots, Salts
and Peppers, Cake Dishes,
Chocolate S��-te, Bugair and
.'ream Sets, and several other dishes. Very suitable for
gifts. It. ig called the "Dainty China.'    Step in and se.- II
Today's   Special���Chinese   Earthen
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In   the   Musical   Farce
Comedy,
"A Good fellow"
A Screaming Story of
Complications
The best comedy entertain- i
been busy opening up and
marking New Fall
Goods
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Prices 25c to $1.00
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Save the King."
The Fair
at.
240 Columbia Street        4?
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New Westminster y
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Tomorrows   Special     'Danc.ngGIrl    j.
brand Tissue Paper, 10c per roll. ���t*
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We Buy ior Cash and Sell for the same t
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has thrown  his ideas of economy   " ************************** >************************** **!*
the  fom    winds,   and   says   he   would* --.���-^���M    *  3
��� rinr /VUCXIOIN Pint :,i
Miff      SALE      ril\L
connect   Prince   Edward   Island   wlthli
t in-   mainland,     Now   al   lhe closest
point io point, the gap Is thirteen and \
a, half tnil.-s, io tunnel which ll would ���
coal   tuli.    $100,000,000,   If  nol   more,\*
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���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
i)UR WORK SATISFIES
OL'R PRICES ARE RIGHT
Elates on w irk of any de
criptlon   >ir  quantltj    quote i
on applicati in.
lacksonl. Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
Suits
Raincoat
and
Overcoat
||| For Fall and Winter L908-9 are
:|; | now ready for your inspection,
J :j: Every coat shows style, grace i
:l: t quality���all that good taste
J ~require.      ::       ::       ::      ::
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:������ Lho 13% miies is not ail the un- X Orocencs, fixtures, etc., saved from the early morn- || 4��H��>f .|..i..h..m* ���l"I"l"I"I,,I,,I"I,,I"l'   X
dertaking involves, hecat.se th,. iand | ing fire at the store of the late C. H. Dynes, \ y
approaches to gel down  to the level ��� Satmeiinn   will ho cnlrl  ht. i               ^.    .                                         V
necessary  to gel  safely under would]| oappeiion, Wlll DC SOlO OV ���               Choice  Meats at
���,,ld  at  leasl    two and  a  half miles, T
making   In  all   sixteen   miles.       With
much | j ^^^^^^^^m     .-,         ^	
less depth of approach the Hudson J Commencing at 2 p. m. ���
ill,' .    I unicd   eosl    m I   i.-u    liiilliou.-. j ft
aud  II                 according  to  tin-  en-  J i.v.,,,   , i -                          *      .,                                ' *     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
% Hi very tnmg goes under the -hammer. *               phone .vg
������ w__.-W aVVWa-k    <M *~T   *. \      11V Itfc^V^ V>�� -i-
Sapperton, will be sold bj]	
| PUBLIC AUCTION ON WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 23, j Central Meat Market il
i * ( ,nmni(��iie!r|n' at 2 D   m ���
J. TRAVERS, Auctioneer    X ��>r��� Klghth st in"   Flfth AvPnue
It is not every man who cares to invi l a verj1
large sum of  money  in a Suit or Ovei
Ft v the man who gives his clothing har.  service i|
and yet wants style, tit and durability   I    m I-
erate cost, we have  lines of Suit.-.  Rai .    -
and Overcoats at
"���:>' ' i      I I, is only 183'.!  ;. ,inl. .    o
that in   round  figures   Ihe  luitnel   Mr
I ni       the   i ! nei.-.     ahou!
luiilding   would   easllj   co: I   $160,000,-
     Ueing   i h.   rn ii    ubiuurlne   i un
iel   in  . he   v, hi Id,    M   �� mid   I e   very
iiiur-h   n i lie nature ol an i xpei Irrient.
,i     , and    ncci o
,i . ured,  ,li      ��� ,i:lu-   thro        ll
in ti und  .','-'   i wi uld   noi   war-
in , r endll u '-    so   thai   y\ hen
Ir. ','      r peddled ii..1 air In the ut-
nin   ���   ��lilch   brought   hlm  thundei i
.'  , . h: ������     A , iin-    ailin ���    hip has
n     iperseded  b     I ho  a earner,  so
vlll  Uu     li mu r  bi   oblige I   to   give
dm ������ io lhe I iinnel.    1 stand rea ij  to
Imp      ''Li lie in.tuI  of union   bj   the
��� mi '      ��� .en ol  ihe tunnel"   he knew
liai : i iiulnion 11 easurj un li r anj
mini . ration could nol land ihe
strain i , uch an exi i u lltiai *, ex-
i'cii ��� Dn ,i work  w hich would be
u expi rimenl Wil h all tlie
weal ii iu the old land, |i has nei er
atteni ied to cousi ruci such a con.
neclloii eiw.en the South of Scotland and the North of Ireland. lu
this c.i e the volume of traffic would
ho inuneiiselj gi i ai , while the dis
Lance lo lie luuuelle! would be le is
than one fourth of Mr. Poster's proposal. The intere - .rom- on the
N'o , .ui! ni I   Strait    tunnel     Brsl
cosi would be uearl*. Bve millions a
year, and ai present the total population ol l'i Ince lidward Island i i onlj
103,257. Such phlliplcs how Mr.
foi '���: lo lii.u- reached the suag. ot
uttoi abandon, ret i.i'- - ��� be; ond hope
of redemption, and it Is painful lo gi^
he.u b leader in lu ��� partj making CQ
pledges bo dishonest thai the whole #AN
Dominion I help up to ridlcul. lit feiS
utterances upou the floor ol Parlla
mem mu i have Lacked the lea ;t em
i.l,nie oi' slncerltj In view of his
wii.it> optimistic iiiicancus iii Prlnee
Edward island, and yet w" are asked
to support a liartj who holds this "l;llljpR
ag fli ; lieutenant to Its leader de I MM
facto leader who would have a stninn|Hj
Inllucnct In dissipating the revenue wg
^ii,i ,, ourcea ot the country upon||Jal
tolldlj experimental s.-hemes like the
bile  to  which   lie  pledge*  support.
I   -'Thirty feet to tr"? gulf"
���*������������������������������������������������������������������
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l$10, $12.50, $15 and $m
BOWELL A   ODDY.  Proprlstnrt.
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FOR   WOMEN
Just compare our Women s Snoes at $3.00 and
$3.50 -with snoes you 11 nnd elsewhere at the same
price ��� tnat s all we ask.
We are showing  a   full   range
__        tailored Suits, Raincoats and Overc
M v    Fashion Craft brand at
#l$18,$20,$22,
Krt ?     Lei us show yuu their supremacy in st;
WW ':{.    workmanship.   A visit to our st<
Sk% x    your conception of good clothes, as it will please T
pn T From our stock of men's clothing we have
jwj  ���!��� suits which we have placed on sale at $6.95 ai     '    ���:���
fjj Y    Lines ranging from $8.00 to $10.00 :' -$6.95 j
=   M X    Lincs rangingfrom $12.50 to $16.00 for $9,95 j
tjj 1100 Hoys' Suits to be sold at greatly reduced prices.?
m I These have been selected from our regular stock, I
Q)1! *;* and we can recommend them to anyone looking for|
Ivf v ���
uiuine bargains.
K3
j,' Ninety Negroes  Perish.
I
���   N'.w   Vork, Sept   Hi  -The Bteamer
Hun  .iiian,  which  arrived    yesterday
from rence, followed the trail of the
hurricane nil the waj   up lhe coast,
,    Just   liwlore  nh<-  lel't   Police, on   Sept.
15, one of Hie officers uld last nlullt.
a wireless message was received saying that ninety negroes in Matthew*
town hud lost their live. In the liurrl-
tytnn   there.
If our $3.00 and $3.50 Slio,-,, ;l          t the best for the mone) tii  I
evr covered a fool we don'i understand the shoe business, Tbe
fall styles are ready and we're now showing all the n tw   ind c u
re, i   niod'-l.
\ i.  tor '-ui   Blucher cul   neat top, Dongola Kid Sh ie toi $3 00.
It's a beauty,
Our $3.50 Goodyear welted Viet  Kid Shoes are   equal    I i   the
majorli *, of other m ike   al $-1.50.
The same applies to our ladies' $3.50 Velour   Caif.    0 odyeat
welted Blucher <-ui Boots,
We are showing .. large range of ladles'high cul P_tent Leather
Boots, heavy and light  soles, at $3.50 a pair.
We wain every woman who is  Interested  in  moderate  priced
shoes to make this her shoo he;i(|(|iiiirl��rs.
REID & CO.
The Clothiers j
PHONE 442 {
YES;
We Have a Telephone
What's more w<
Hon t.. it. and
quantltj  or   ls?i
chestnut, Bto\     - '
filled  promptlj   with '"''/';
easy-burning    coal     0|a(l
. 'i it tn.
have you call, of <      '    '
quick   ���''
'phone    will    l||in-
spouse.
GILLEY BROS
LIMITED
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN   B. C
New Westminster, B. C.
J. Newsome & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Gjven
.399 Sixth Avenue
NewWestminster
J. HENLEY
Manutacturer
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waf^
Family trade a �����-���'*,, ,���-
r.i. 113. 0,r,ceca e C
NEW  WESTMINSTER- ��* ruESDAY
sEPTEMBtR  22,  1903
THE IMI
PAGE FIVE.
rtiiSIiES    T.H.SMITH    THEM STIES
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Coats and
Skirts
Grand
Exposition
in the
Show Rooms
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Make and Lay Free.
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LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.    +
^_ Opposite  Lorne Street.      Phone 73. ^
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the eye, l
and
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���   tloi   o   th    -' '-���   '    '
assortment o     ��dy-to v. .ai    It   th     Itj     Ni   ���   ���
in   ,i  li
.    |    trom          S-S-OO   to   545.00
.   $475   to   $28.00
Skirt,   from      $4.50   to   $20.00
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dispose; sol
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in   100 u halibut for tl
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today tl     iwner
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n  full  1
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when End
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a a a a ��� a ��� a .-      ������-      ���������        a ���
GORDON;
Dry Goods
COLUMBIA ST.
HANDSOME
TAILORED
SUITS
���nine.
S.  .1  P
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for   the
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Special Display of Fancy Goods j
Invited to i    -'���<
The  fun. ral  ot m
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Rev.
���;    rge   Rennie,
-
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-    " morn-
���    start
a
all  for
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I a full iin
The ���
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lo well to he first i hoi. -   ol   th     bea  tifti
'on.
We lutiful model iu the latest  .
tripe   full thre
Thi      omea in all  thi
I   Models,    mad
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- ial mu
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S23.50
AT
$32,50
VISIT OUR  MILLINERY  SECTION
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Thr*    ' - ;"
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ire to fin      '
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'rom
fi om       . . . .
- -    t ��� $3.c;
$1.00 to  $
15c    to   $?00
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T. H.  SMITH
HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
Headquarters    for   Women's   Ready-to-Wear
t,wmm ��Dwvi��o
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.     -       nd  agrlcul
..   ,,            Bei     ���    n Sal
to the Joan for Vic
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.      the  lQg
..... the room
,   , ,. ���       ��� '"      w*"
' ; -   tin
i-��� PinS con'
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nd!   - '    ���       and had
tham Island I
A CRATE
The Last of the Season
Fraser River |M PORTANT
freight ana Pass-
fcger Service per
ib. ""Favorite
When You Are Sick
i nd    issenger
���i  New \\
i.i.i.
ii   nan-Ker11 wharf dall
'   ai ir lays   i   I ;i m.
��� in  ifondays, leav ng >
ave  ,v istham Island  '
idays nt 8 a.m.;
ni Saturdays, leaving
I     Iteveston    Tuesdays,
Saturdays,
- to Steveston and retuni 50
iaturdays only.
*OOKSLEY'S
: Pkt
ure :
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; ���   > ��� .    i It's no
ess to p
loctor   lo that.    W
*t  ���     omi     In    is   when    you    .v.lilt
��� i rlptlon  fllli 'i. ' hrough thla ehan-
��� ,i ���
Our    lm >'    Is pin o    give
o i   exact' ���   .v'.i;.i   : he docto     ird.
��� lllil    Of      ne    ee ���:    ,\,v,\\y  .
ie honor of the druggist is te
ro put it mildly, the druggist who
not honest with th.> si.-1. is a disgrace '���-* the profession, We want to
-ill your nexl prescription no matter
what doctor writes It, and we pledge
our honor thai you wlll get a square
��� ���.' .is iii correctness,   quality    and
i -      We    have   heen   twenty-flve
lars In business here arid are wlllitr-'
o be judged by oui* reoord,    ll
cannot afford to pay tor your medicine
we wlll supply stun.- free   ot ch
CURTIS'
���
P   ���     chrl itlan    minister,   In    tent,
<���   _������
.���     .,-.-'��� ��� -
0U|  the -a *     Next   L la;
tests, open, ladies', and  poi and 7 p.m.   So tar as now
next v ' " the   mi
3ettl. u,   are  cordially   Invited    to   a
���    Bell, "World' . servlce
������,""\:,.1i.;"I>'      rhe mayor  has  .nvited  the  alder-
'"��� '      ' j men to take part in the opening cere-
... mnny at thi- exhibition, and the un
filing  nf   the   Simon  Fraser   monu-
on w  inesday week.   He stat<
ie Bru    ��� ,   onlv   the  inscription  hns  to  be
; THE ^^^^^^^^^^^
��� Public Supply Stores GEOp����AMS !
^H^ ^^^^^^*^^^^^^*^^^****^****        Chnn.     QP
Columbia   Street. New    Westminster.   B.   C
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...;,..    . . ,] ,(.,,|  nn  the granite pillar.    Exi a
.    .     -    ��� neflclal ef   vatlona are ,��� progress for the foun-
, ���     .*'  marine   , ,,..   v   ...  Cr   ,, ,-���      \ band
precede   the    visitors    to   the
-.    the   Native Sons   mar.
3 ���      '     "  V
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i by a. l  in       L B. KLEIN, GUEST AT
Phe idjolnlng store.'
.. ,      ..  -i  i;  Pel     Peabl
,  ���   ���      la      " the """'"IT"
,pr8 of the real      tate  Bnn  of
mri -9  ' '" "' ' '
Hurrah
They're
Off!
THE RUSSELL HOTEL
Dis
'ost cards drljg s:��rE
 ._,     thi i-o-riuil Kl QTF R.
AKK ���''''-'   ON BALE  AT
f* MOREVS  STATIONERY   STORE.
G*MON-8 CIGAR DIVAN, and
' MACKEN2I6'S  ORUQ  STORE,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
P.S, Can .iv.- you better value oa
Bpwtacl-M thnn others. We malM ���
specialty ot t'.:i3 Hn�� _       . ..-.
W. I. Sparkman
LATE   WITH   J.  A.   LEE
,    . .,, announce that    he   1��
readj    to    undertake   all
inda 0f upholstering, etc., etc.,
.,,   ,,���_  lowest   prices.  B&vlng  b?
,,    work    the.   iniddle.nan's
profit
Cosy  Corners  a  specialty.
AU oommttnictttkms addressed
\��. J. Spartan
Cor.   Sixth and   Carnjrvon  3t��.
will meet  with    immediate   attention.
I.   B.  Klein,  who Is one of    North
Vmerlca's eye authorities, Ib reg!
���   the  Hot.-i   Rnsseii. where  you
i
insult him tree of charge to you
���    John Mufford, of Halls Ifralrie,
. ould not see from his left eye,
says    ihis   of   l_. B,  Klein and    his
methods;    l have had    Several    persons  treat   my  eyes  with   no   results.
I  have spent several dollars in trjrlng
to tnflke my left eye of service to me.
Then   I   met   Mr.  Klein  and   in  a  few
minutes he diagnosed my case;  furnished ��ne  with  a  pair of prescription
glasses and now I can see as good as
any   man.     From   Mr.   Mufford's  let-
ier  you   can  understand   that   L��.   B.
Klein gives  you  the  services of    an
expert.    If  you  suffer with  dizziness,
head or back ache or constipation, If
your  eyes  run consult    me    at    the
Hotel Russell NOW free of charge to
vou.   Look out for your eyes for your
eyes look out for you.
Everyone loves a good race horse, but did you ever think
of the possibility of the loss of your horse, whether it is a race
horse   or   not.
I can insure your race horse, your o. war, or your work
horses against death from any cause, in a reliable Canadian
company,���The Br.tish Amexican, noted fer Its liberal anrf
prompt payment of losses.
They   insure   all   kinds of live  stock   at  low   rates.
are interested, call, write or phone.
If you
ALFRED W. McLEOD
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ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
Hungry Hordes Organize
to Insist Upon Relief
Tender for Church
TUESDAY.  SEPTCm*
lo      .-��� pt.   21.���With   a   million
a   hall   people    out ol   work   in
and Scotland, the authorities
ar.    looking   around   tor   means   with
ch :n cope with the situation,
< ur iu tlie large cent res of
i .  almo ;    lailj. an 1
. ie,     ..il.iin.L_, li.i\e been  .1
.  plact
Tendi rs an hereby called for the
tion ' labor only) of St. AJban's
church, Burnaby. Plans and specifications can ��� -" at offices of B. C
,-;,.- ler's Vssociation, New Westmin
ster. T. ii I. " be in by six o'cloc :
We Ine da; Sej t. 23rd Lowest oi
any tei '' essnrily accepted.
P. J. PEERS,
Sec,  Building Committi
Important Notice
i will throw themselves on the hands of |
I the   authorities   and     demand   relief.
The    police  have  called   for  military
assistanc.,   and   have   giVen  warning
that trouble of a serious nature may
he expected, If there is any organized
iijii ising   of  the   poor.    All   over   the
tluable  countrj    lodies of soldier-   are   being
il roy< .I   post il   ai   . onvenienl   places.
Services in  various      President   John   Burns  of the local
...in,-    nere   iroken up yesterda:   ij   relief  board, fearing  that   widespread
- i-.    Attacks were made on   iHstress  will  occur this  winter,    will
Canterburj   cathedral,     and     on   ask for an appropriation of a million      The       us,  profile and  estimate   ol
greal   i iu ches In Glasgow  ana Alan-   pounds   storing  for  the  carrying  out   post. oposed  permanent   ini-
ter. of relief  work,    lt  is estimated that provemen   of Columbia    street     ''���'���'
A  -���:���..     rmj of the unemployed is   then   an    928,671   paupers    in   Elng-  eluding a  main, trunk sewer, cement
being  made   up   from   recruits     from   Land  toda  . one person in every thir-  sidewalks and    street    paving)    huve
.-....,���'   Newcastle,  Hull and other  ty-elghl        the population.    The per-  been prepared and placed on view In
cities, and is now marching onNorth-  centage  in   London   is   even   greater the room lately occupied by the school
ampton, where it is proposed that all  than board, city  hall, where they maj
. : : 1  inspected    during    office    hours    lo
parties Intei. sted in this very ni   i
sary  local Improvement.
N. H. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City Hall, New Westminster, B, C,
August 25   1908,
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Liberal Convention t
WATER POWER SOUGHT
BY B.C.E.R. COMPANY
COUNTY COURT  CHAMBERS.
County court    chambers    yesterdaj
: before His Honor Judge Howay;
Cook  vs,  Cook and  Lee;    For    re-
  plevin order,    Application  to be    renewed.   A. Whealler for plaintiff.
Jordan River, 011   Vancouver;    rnlj,; vs, Benson;    For sub-service.
registrar
lealler for
plaintiff.
Wren Bros. vs. Meiss.
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial lair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating- a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
I
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Island, is Likely to be Site 0rder by forwardins co��� '���������
to certain addresses.    A.  Wh.
of New Power Plant.
Vancouver. Sept. 21.���Wynn .Meredith, of San Francisco, who is in ihe
city, has spent some months in the
Jordan river section of Vancouver island investigating that source as a
possibility for water power for the B.
G. Electric Railway company. Mr.
Meredith is well known here, having
been the consulting engineer during
the construction of the power scheme
at Lake Buntzen, which involved an
expenditure of aboul $2,000,000. It is
the intention of the company to
establish on Jordan river a power
plant at an approximate cost of $.1.-
500,000 for the development of 10,000
hoi se-power.
Mr. Meredith will have his report
ompleted in a week or two, when it
&*ill be forwarded to the head office
������! tlie company in Knglan I and on
th. decision of the company's directors there will depend th. q lestion ol,
whether the Jordan rivei .-.ill be tho
.    ���   of the new  plain.
For  the past   i wo  > ears  the    c im-
p my   has Ven   looking  for  an    ade-
��� ���  source Tor  the  production    of
d ��� lona!  power,  which  is    . en  now
eqtiired   for   the  proper carrying on
- he i ompany's   trains i       sj s em,
Inv stia-.nions   - ave    b en
ong  'lie Jordan   river,   but
,.  necessary  data    has    now
o ���   in il  the search  for  further
���'   ��� reply  will be  continued.
thai    r. presentatives    ol
any are now on their way to
the Mberni district, bul the company's
���   ials here hai.  nothing to give om
���   arding this latest move other than
the st ite   enl   thai   "we  a i      always
1 ioi ing : >r suitable so rrc. -    '  power
i,    y ctlon."
i two cases l :
To lix costs. Adjourned for Judge
Cam-. Adam S. Johnston for W. Norman Bole, K, C
In re John Weaver and Victoria
Railway & Ferry Co.. To appoint J. H.
Senkler third arbitrator. W. J. Whiteside for petitioner. A. Whealler for
company.
Yorkshire Guarantee & Securities
Co. vs- Carson; Final order for foreclosure granted. Hart .McHarg for
plaintiffs.
In re Sarah Ann Simspon; Order
for letters of administration. J. R.
Grant for plaintiff.
it.-id vs. Canfield & Walkem: For
payment of account. Apiiointment to
be renewed. Adam S. Johnston for .1.
i'  Hampton Bole.
Smith vs. Cochrane: Appointment
to be renewed. Mr. Johnston for .1.
P.   Hamilton  Bole.
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
HOST PERFECT MADE
lti.GILLETT f?"""v
Tendexs are called for the plumbing of the new West End school
ihouse. Plans and specifications
can lie seen at the City Hall.
Tenders must be made, on form supplied and as noted on specifications.
A cheque for 10 per cent, of value of
contract must accompany tender, the
same to be forfeited if contractor refuses to accept contract. Tenders must
be in the hands of the secretary of
the school board not later than twleve
noon. Monday 28th of September, 190S.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby    given    that    the
voters' list for the year 1908 has been
[completed, and that the same may be
seen   at   this office   for   thirty    days
[rom the date hereof; and any pi i  on
who  shall  claim to  be  added  to the
-aid Voters' List, or any elector who
shall il.--'-..   to hat e any name i ra   d
, fr< m, l        pn fer his   or her re-
���   in   writing   signed   witl   his  oilier name.       .        .j deliver       i ���   -
I, to the Cil    Clerk
:   - .     time herein efo peci
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W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City  Hall,  New
Westminster, Sept. 4. *i:��i\
Accommodation
Wanted!
II'
J. W. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
J
Met tn|
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"Get-Rich-Quick!
Wallingf ord "
A Story of Promotion.
PRICE
For Pleasure and Profit.
$1.25
:
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Dealers
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A Drop in Prices
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land owm \
""" ei��hty  " '    '. atentl
the vicinity  ol ��� . ,     ^|
owner, hip in  lai ..,, "'
requirement
13)    If thi  Eathei ,
father i.s deceased) ^T
has permanent esideace on ,im
land owned solely by him, no- fa,
than eighty (80) ten |n extent, h
the vicinity of th. homestead,!),^
on a homes!' id , atered for'ij'n,
in the vicinity, such homesteadZ
perform his own real lence d^ifeta
living with the tether (ot motieii
(41 The term "vicinity" in tlutj
preceding paragraphs .- i- .k |
i meaning not more tUa_ :��� QiJ
a direct line, exclu3lv�� 11 ���
of road allowances i
measurement.
(6)    A   homesi  ��� :; ,J
perform  his  reslden ��� : A
cordauce with the  i ovi l;|
with parents or on . d. oral
ed  by him jelf i ty Uu _:-:
for the district ol
Six months' nol :.--.���
be given to the Co ' '.-|
minion Lan I at Oti ' yenUi
to apply for pat.
v,   v.
Deputy of the '���'     i ���������'������
N.   B.��� Ir     *    '    ��� |
this advertise! ���
for.
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ey Fair
sion
The J. C. Bruce will leave Brack-
man & Ker's wharf
at 8 a. m.,
Wednesday the 23rd, inst.
Returning will leave Langley at 5:30 p. m.
Return Fare
$1.00
To acoommodate all the guests who
will visit the city during Exhibition
time, il i- -I. sin d that all householders prepared to offer accommodation
al reasonable rales will leave their
addresses with Ewdard Hoult, billeting agent, al the Citj hall, where all
Info mal I n      o   be  obtained.
ALEX   GARRETT,
1 h ilrman of Billeting Committi e
5c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, \-2 gals, SI .35 doz
Jelly Jars,     -      -     50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery
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Phone 97.
GROCERS
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Pure Spices  in  1 -4 lb. pkgs.|E!^
Guaranteed
full strength and weight. Money returned if not better than any you have
Noti
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At
Notl          er.   .  given that the Vancou.   .   r ...i i   i ompany,  : i ,|,  hns
this day d. posited in th" I ,1 Kegts-
try Office at the City ol Ni v. West-
minster, British Coluinbia., the plan
and I,..ni, of reference of the West-
mlnater-Chllllwack Elailway Extension
from a point at or near lotB one and
two, city block four iu the City of
New Westminster, to Ab otstord pass-
ing through the Municipalities of
Surrey, Delta, Langley, Matsqui and
the townsite of Abbotsford in the
District of New Westminster, being
section one, two and three ot said
railway, as shown on the Bald plan and
approved and sanctioned bj the chief
Commissioner of Landa nnd Works tor
ihe Province of British Columbia.
Dated this ?th day of An-nst
11.08.
Ryall's Drug Store
WE   MEAN   IT
FLOUR
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
WHEN  GOING EAST
��5K THE TICKET AGENT
TU SEND V '-' 'VER|
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Trains Every U��.   n :���' Vltl
BETV. EEN
Minneapoli.s, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  -I- WME    i
THE     NOR! v2
Embodie- the i '      \
Tor   COMFORT,
und   LUXURY.
iboth  electricity   i       ���        '   it\
brilliantly   illumi "��� ''   ..
| world.     The   equipi .   ,
private   compartment cars.
.���'...*'���'"��� I
116 u-ction Jleepers, ^"- ] .,,
1 car, reclining .hair cars l������ |
! modem   day   coaches   and W��
brar>  and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or
further information call on
F. W. PARKER.     ^
GENERAL AjJEgji
���It!
720 Second Aven"
A. n.
Solicitor   for  the
Company Limited.
A. v.. BECK,
Vancouver  Power
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If  You've FOUND Anything.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
Telephone 333.
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New  Westminster.
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COLUMBIA I
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(Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAP|TAL ��14,4O0,OOO.0<.
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
[ghoul Canada and Newfoundland, an.i   in   London,   England,
��Bff York, Chicago and Spoua ie, U.S.A., ami  Mexico City.     A Gen-
Dking UuiinesB Tranaac   -a.
���     ot Credit iBSued, available wl tL correBpondents In all parts of the
World.
1 ai Bank Department.     Depoelta received In sums of $1 and upwarl*
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent per annum (present rate)  added
four times a year.
I Asiets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH G. D   BRYMNER,  MamMf"
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
CaKe Icing
Chocolate, PinK. White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream'.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TOB.OHTO
FIRE HALL TENDERS
i Continued  rrom   Page  i i
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TABLi: SALT. Each pure,
rich lalt-grain kreps separate,
retaining all its natural strength.
iso
ol   ��� -
THgJjgw Westminster Opera House
NEW   WESTMINSTER,    B. C.
Under the   Auspices of Ladies' Auxiliary   Royal   Columbian   Hospital,
MONDAY and TUESDAY Nights, Sept. 28 and 29
BEAUTIFUL  MUSICAL FAIRY SPECTACLE.
ii*  *V ' '      L 'V TO *tf \ ���*    ___--* " ^V.l      .   life       SfA.*
v <���... m*mm^r"h
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one-third,  and   a  si tl lemeni   h
yet   been arrived  ai
Visit   to   Coquitla.-r    Lake.
The   council   found   thei un
able ' ��� ' dfll their engagi men to go
to Coquitlam lake today, nnd ti'..- iri;.
waB po poned till after exhibition.
It was . tati ; thai the Coquitlam coun
cil wished to go, and they will be notified :.. thai effect. The B. (.', E. R.
will Bend engineers, nnd General Manager Sperling will be In. d
Miscellaneous.
Rev. B. A. Sand wrote objecting to
the    assessment    ol tlie   parsonage
house, corner of Fourth ^avenue and';
Ninth  street,  tor the  new  Lutheran',
church, -ni the ground that the coun-1
cil hud given a promise not to ass.-.<-
it.    Ref. rr. i to finance committee
The lir.   ' tiie!   was  authorized
o tain all necessary temporary assist
ance for exhl .ition  week.
George   Cadlej   asked   tor   ;i  street
to be opened up in front of hiB resl-
d. nee  ui   Sa    ei ton,   and  the  matt,
was  refen i     to t be    oard  of woi ks
!.. report.
A. E.White, secrearj board of 11
wrote that tht board of trade had
passed a resolution in favor of the
Publicity association having the use
of their room al the City hall tree
rn' charge, subject to the approval of
the   council.     Approved.
.1. A. L. Waddell, bridge engineer,
Intimated that there would be delay
in the bridge plans for Lulu Island
bridge, owing to unforeseen circumstances     Received and filed.
Wanted -:- Lost -:- found
1 Lor Sale -:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
...........v.......-...'...,.... , *
TO RENT���Two furnished bedroom3,
near library. Apply 287 Victoria
street, before 9 a.m, or after 5 p.m.
WANTED-���Waitress.    Apply   Premier
hotel.
TO LET���Two furnished rooms.    Apply   "J,"   this  office.
TO RENT���A furnished room, witb
or without breakfast. Apply, "W,"
P   O.   Box  30.
WANTED���A fourth-class engine, r
lor nighl Bhlft Apply Davis &.
Son,   Box   118,   ciiy,
WANTED-  A scowhou      state dimeti-
- ���>-. . age, etc.    '.. rite R. W.
.. . thla office.
. i .1.    SALE        i,.,.-    gent te ciri.
uorse;   will  tro   one  mile i, 2. .
��� ���  ap.      AUdi ��� >s    ' A.    T .      N
office.
1 >.IV     6A LE    uue     six     ���    ��� , . li'    _
. ee .. i .. old cow. Addr   -   A. I..
New uftice.
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TME   PIXIES"
DON'T
���   utT  '111   to-morrow what you can do to-day.
D oslts may be made or withdrawn by either of the
: . i members of a household. This form of account is
specially siiitahfe for those living in the country, as
member can attend to the banking when in towu.
In case of death, the money may be withdrawn by the
survivor without  delay or cos:.    Write or call for further
��� ' ilars.
INTEREST ADDED  FOUR  TIMES  A YEAR.
me Savings  Hanks,   in   large,   medium    ami  small
. furnished on application.
General   Banking  Business Conducted.    Collections are
Promptly   and   Satisfactorily   Made.
By W. A. Milne, author of * Alladin," etc. Given by home talent under
the  personal direction of the author.
250���YOUNG LADIES AND CHILDREN IN CAST���250.
All in grotesque und beautiful costuming, representing Pixies,
Brownies, Goblins, Insects, Monkeys, Pickaninnies, Fairies. Butter-
Hi.--. Flow.-r Girls,  Pages, Amazon   Guards, Japanese   Maidens,   Etc.
TWO   HOURS OF  FUN   AND  FROLIC  IN  FAIRYLAND.
Prices���25c to $1.00.   Sale opens   Thursday   morning,   September
24, al   Ryall's Drug  Store.
Critics Enthuse
Over Isle of
Spice
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared ami fenced, Second
stroet and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. AUo,
two lou adjoining, uearly cleared.
Apply lo George Sharp, on tbe pre-
VVANTED���Japanese Doy attending
school wants work with go< d faiuil* ,
understands cooking; wages. Applj
to P, O. Box o-o, City.
WANTED���Japanese boy or   gin
housework,    daily.    Hardwlck,
Andrtswy street.
St.
WANTED���Ladylike young person for
ligni nousekeeping, Student at coi
lege iu return tor board would be
acceptable.    P. O.  Box 667. City.
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There   Is   a   . ertain    cliai in     about ,
that delightful musical production, the
"Isle nl    Spice,"    which    the 11.   H.
(.razee company is to presenl at  the
opera house Friday,    Sept.    25,   that!
Inever fails to enthuse the most critl-	
[cal audience. The combination ol ,.,,- SALIB ���Motor launcu; well-
tuneful music, witty dialogue, brll-] found and fast; seats fourteen pas-
liaii*. lyrics, exquisite stage ettngs . ... Al,.,ly l0 Motor , Box [Viand the original  ensemble    pictures.      N,,.v vvestmlnster.
dances and poses, especially arrang d -���_���.	
and produced under the personal direc-1 WANTED���Two or three uniurnish* I
���77.,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
% New Westminster Opera Hou.se \
FRIDAY,  SEPT. 25
Capital and R***n>* Incorporatrd Total A**et*
$8,290,000 ,a69 $47,400,000
RANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
lm IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
THE   SEASON'S   EVENT 1
H.   H    FRAZEE'S  PIQUANT  MUSICAL   MIXTURE
ISLE   or   SPICES
.1 minster Branch.
F. B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
.en ���
COAL
[ennsylvania
Hacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
I4BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
Book and Lyrics by Allen Lowe and George E   Stoddard.    Elabor- q
ated and amplified by Frederick Rankin,    author   of   "Happyland," ���
-The Gingerbread  Man," eic.    Music by Paul   Schindler
Jerome.
Twenty   Song   Hits  and Unique   Dances.     The   Peer  of all   Musical q
Comedies.    The   Original   Production  Company   of   Sixty   People. *X
AMERICAN    BEAUTY   CHORUS. fi
Positive^    the    Greatest,    Prettiest,    Singing.    Acting    and    Dancing ^
Chorus   Ever  Organized. ^
��� ENTIRE   PRODUCTION 2
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18 CLEVERLY ACTED                                  PERFECTLY PRESENTED 5
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Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.    Seats on Sale Sept. 22.
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2
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tion of the gri al ma sti . of 3tag c   ifl
Herr Gus Sohlke, exclusively ��� ng Lge 1
by Mr. Frazee for his numerous spectacular   productions,   is   irresistible.
The locale of the story, which is of
an odd theme treated in a most original manner by the authors oi the book:
and lyrics. Allen Lowe and George E.
Stoddard, is laid on an island In the
Japan sea. This admits of scenic surroundings of the most lavish descrip-'
tion and every advantage has been
taken by the producer to make the
spectacle a beautiful dream of irldls-
cent coloring that has rarely been
equalled.
The music is of that uplifting kind
that drives away gloom and brings
gladness and contentment. There are
said to be fully twenty song bits of
the whistling variety in the piece and
the singing voices of both principals
ami chorus are reported to be away
above that usually found in even this
high class form of musical entertain- , phone 431
ments.
rooms; musl e mo '��� near
bridge prel irred. Apply Posl offi, a
Box 732.
V E S T M 1 N STER EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Ph.m.- 366, P.O.
box SOT. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, IDT Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750. Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McN__EuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
P. O. Box   885.
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O.  BOX   345 'Phone   105.
kl FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, -  - NEW WESTMINSTER
Ba C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
1 .funura. fuicr.i  and   Heater* in   AU Kind*  ot
j Umber,   Lath,   Shingles.   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
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including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
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Political Intelligence
Story  of   Play  Coming   Here   on  Wednesday   Concerns   Raid   on   Poker
Game  in  New York.
T.
���, ;.;. s   Harbor   News,   of   Ho-
��� i liani   Wash . in  sp. iking  of the at -
.:. il  n  �� hicb is i.. I.-- li.-; e oh Wednesday evening, says:
That     sparkling   thre   a.     i ome i.\.
\   . food   Fellow,"   drew   a   fair size i
.in i verj  enthusiastic audience at the
Hoquiam theater last evening.    With
..iii  of a  poker game  in a  New
York   tenement   house   as   the   pivot,
series   of   complicated   and   ludic-
events   revolve  w.iieb   kept   the
Hoquiam audience In continual roars
of laughter.    The plot  wis  as cleverly   carried   out   as   it   was   conceived
by the author, Mark E, Swan,   in an
effort   to  escape   the  strong    ann  of
the   lai\.   Tom   Chanci.     delightfully
portrayed   by   Harry   Wright,   .-limbs
��� th.   Rre escape and invades theapart-
* ments of Dolly  Sevier, "A  Good Fellow,"   . isi   si er.il>-   wedd   I   to    ftoj
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Nominations  in  Toronto.
Toron o,   Sept.   21.���.New    nomlna
tions are as follows:   Victoria, Li ��� '���'
;,,. Dr.   Wilson, of  Fenelon  Fall. Oxford     Noi  li,    Conservatives,     Major
jQuinn,   of   Thamesford.     Prince   Edward. Liberals, Dr. Morlej Currie, ex-
XL   L.   A.    Greenville,   Liberals.   Sa
.1.   Vlartln,   Keruptyville
Montreal    Candidates.
Montr.        S pt,   21.-   The   foil .**
������ nominal ion -   foi   the   Commons   *\ '   ���
[made   Saturday:   South   Slmcoe,    Mr.
Hougton, Lennox, Conservative;   Cen-
ll',. York, Dr. Ali Lean. Liberal; Quell, c Cm - ��� A. La. bailee, l'i i
Keiu iN.ii i. P. 15- Robldeaux, Con-
si rvatlvi . Temlscouata (Que.), Ur.
Luc Labelle, Conservative; Montreal,
i St. Mil; 's division i. Alderm in Med
eric   Martin,   Liberal.
Roche and  Carney.
Halifax, Sept. 21.���For Halifax, Wm.
Roche and Michael Carney, the former members, were nominated by the
Liberals,
Will   Not Visit   the   Coast.
Montreal,   Sept.   ill���The     Otl
correspondent   of   Canada   says   thai
Sir   Wilfrid   Lam i.-r     will   not   have
which  are nol   straighten-1 time to go west of Winnipeg befo
J I quick time
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252 COLUMBIA  STREET.
New  Westminster,   B.   C.
t-d out   satisfactorily until     tae   Anal   '���"��� elections.
le   cm.tain. Florence   Laki              Electoral   Purity   Leagues.
N,                 ,, roi,         :,,  win-!     Halifax,   Sept.   21.    Archl Ishop   M<
,     .    ,..,. v,              ;   th    Carthy, Archbishop Worrell and heal
I.    .         tag.    in    many mo m
if difficult
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TOILE
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
speciai men
tion a *1 ' -i ��� . leverly   la
? of Roy  Ha  low, The   til
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ery -extras i
opri -   ' rties
...   , .i i imi
VANCOUVER   DISTRICT
LEAGUE   EXECUTIVE   MEETS
of   oilier   religious   denomination
the   city   have    Issued   a  call     Eu
meeting   to   be  held    on   Tuesda
form  an  electoral   purity  league,   .ml
urging   formation   of   similar    >.,   .
throughout   Neva  Scotia.
Tories'  Terrible  Trouble.
Sa kato. a,   Sa -,���...    S. pt,   21.
i li      lonor   had     et a     I. dined ;
b,  the nomin i ���
ted   by   M.   A.
E   .Nut-ana,
\ ruination
.  ii.  E.  Munroe,   I
.   Somn
a       all men ���������
.   ; h.   bannei-  of  : ii.
...       i '.
'la ....    Evans,   who
month   b< fore  Lau.
a    Evans,   Eva
and A.  H.     lark, ftadisson.    Tne     i
empha I ne 1.     The   m. i
session s< veral hours be-
Maclnn -   s as iinall;.   sell i  ���
��� -u*er.
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Jerry
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IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, Niw Westminster, B C
At a in- eting of the executive of the
iver and Districi Association
Pool .all 1. ague bell in Vancouver,
last evening, the protest of the Thistles against the Celtics was postponed
to thr next meeting, Langley withdrew from tho second division, on a< -
count of the lack of ground. Mount
Lehman, it was stated, may be una
to carrj through their fixtures. Three
llmemhers were appointed a coramil
tee io draw up the junior division
schedule.
\\".  Kllis  imim,!''���!    H   I  juvenile ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
league, embracing nine schools, won i   ' nployees.   'Hie car will be taken to
be   formed    in   Vancouver,  aim Con | Vancouver for repairs.
Jones  said that  at the next meeting
A  c; b.  is.   which came in o\
(J.   N.   K.   from   Seattle   yesterda.,   is
now   lying  just   east   of    tb.    ma
! buildings with om   end stove In, hav-
��� ������-.        ��� bed   into  last  nigl I
a  h. avy  frei       ci      the acci lent   resull Ing     because    of     a   mist ike   in
switching  dgaals between the railway
of the National Sports club he would
ask the directors to meet the expenses.
"The man who tries to attract business without
advertising is like the fellow who throws his
sweetheart a kiss in the dark. He knows what he
is doing, but nobody else does."
���William Jennings Bryan
i WE WANT 1
 EVERYBODY '
��� ... place lo buy, either  foi   speculation, or   a   Five
iere you gel  all City Facilities is
Westminster
Transfer Co
I -ini.-e 'Phone 18o.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Eaggage   delivered   prompUy   to
any part or the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
!>. 0. Box   171.        Tel.  53. K-s.  429 !
Estimates   Submitted.
.West
minster..
QUEENS30R0UQH   |lRON   Works
WATER  FRONTAGE
PLANKED ROADS
C'.TCHED  LAND
SOIL   INEXHAUSTIBLE
INDUSTRIAL SITES
ALL CITY  FACILITIES.
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F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 -1 Oc>
JOHN   REID.   Proprietor.
Manufacturers ...
Wrought    Iron    Gates,   t-ences,    Crest
ings,  Balcony   Railings,  and
Fire    Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and  Works:
Tenth Street,   ���    New Westminster
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Electric Railway Service | j Ba
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv. Vancouver 11:HO.)
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweaty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
citj line. ��
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lit
,��� * *  *  *  * ���-,:������  ������������**  ���.'���*���#���*;.�����������!.��-;'���*������.. *..*������*
Rundi-y Srivicr   nair Dourly lm-
tween 8.30 ��� ui. and n  p.m
!
rgains
Every Day
At Morey9s
40 piece Tea Sets, Kngllsh China,  $4.50 to   $20.00.
10 piece Toilet  Sets, decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
NEW things in China arriving
every week now.
Come and see.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
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AP
eous oi
y or
ixamimMmavm^^i^MISi*x''a
sx2*txaiHa0rmmm*��r;.--,:. \
We are sole agents for Reynier Gloves. Several
years experience in the selling of these well-known
gloves has convinced us of the claims of superiority
made by Reyniers. Our customers know \ <>,\. when
they buy gloves from our glove department ,��� are
buying the best. If you have never wor Leynier
Gloves try a pair next time.   You will be 1 be.
yond a doubt.
Reynier, 2-clasp, Dressed Kid i    >ves, at ner  pair
$1.25, 51.50, $1.75 and $2.00
Reynier Pique Sewn, per pair $1.50 and $2.00
Reynier Hand Sewn Suede, tli    best   glove of its
kind made, per pair $2.0G
fnier 12-button Glace per pair $2.75
Reynier Tan < !ope Kid, shorl    lovi    for driving or
heavy wear, per pair.... $1.25 and SI.50
A Hew Range of
Gauntlet Gloves
The popularity of this style is Remarkable. Made
in a variety of cull's with or without fringe, and
shown in heavy buckskin, suede and cape kid,
per pair   S.2, $2.50 and S3
���-���"
Our Ladies' and iv.isses
Suits at $15.75
Are of Exceptional Value
S ilts with .; Btyle and finish thai la   unusual   In a costui
price,    Special   lines,  made ��.f  fancj  cheviot   in   plaii ���������
green, navy, brown, and black. Coals are semi 01 '������":-;
three-quarter   lengtn,   Imed   throughout,    silk    Btltched     with   velvrt
collar and turned bach cuffs, neatly trimmed with :-'
Skirts are plain gored, flared ann with or withou . ��� ;-
sizes    Asis to see these special Suits.
We Claim Great Superiority
Over All Ordinary Suits
��
for  thre.   special  lines  ol   higher priced   Costumes   ai
and   .':.'" '.     rhese me  all on  display   th.  ���    da
to-weai        a   ment   and  see  the wondei ful   dii
wear
Leave your order for
your new Fall
Hat
The milinerj department grows every day, and the orders are usually given the same���"I nmsi have mj hal before exhibition." To
avoid disappointment and be assured of receiving your hal when
required, seleci your style and place your order as soon as possible. A new asBortmeni of Fall Flowers, Wings and Fancy Feathers bus just been received and th<> novelties shown in this lot are
decidedly popular in the eastern millinery centres, We keep in
touch with all new Ideas and every few days bring some new
l rim mi ns.  nr Imi  shape. ___________!
W. S. Collister &
^aiosiL^saaicE
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