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 |��, Shiles & Co.
flRE INSURANCE
IJ WESTMINSTER^
STMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY   VIO SEPTEMBER 14,190!
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
MS REHM (V  RUSSIA'S CHOLERA      SCANDAL IN DANISH    GOVERNOR GENERAL     LICENSE FEES MAY BE    ATHLETICS BEATEN
OPENING mi GAME.  SCOURGE SPREADING;     POLITICS GROWING CANNOT COME THISYEAR!    RAISED BY COUNCIL!     BY INTERMEDIATES
Len Played a Pointless
Epidemic Assumes Alarming Cabin, ���     designation Made
atch with Celtics���Hah-     Proportions Among Poor j    in   Deference   to  Strong
,(j by Weak Team.
dicappe
ff-toln       failed   rn   gel   settled
,,   . cee,  on Saturday,
l,len the Celtics put u good team Into
, at Moodj Square, in a friendly
u .n���. reason was that three ol
l. .... men ...���-,. away and wittaont
IjOrby Craig and Lumsden the wnole
Le was disorganized the last named
r   yer paying in  the Becond half.
Lamy f*-'11 t0 "'" back| an<1 Bridge
���came oil
The home boys did all the attacking
I'd the first few minutes of the game,
Lit Celtics soon took up the running,
I'tlree com'-;- being conceded them in
���defending and althoug^ two of them
loam, off beam} he played a splendid
���defence. Prom 'he start it was gen-
lerally agreed that the combination
|��as weak on the forward line, but
Le defence with Kirby back requires
little Improvement. Watson did some
JiiEe.il] work keeping Sampson well
Levered and the Celtics scarcely ever
bad a real chance of shooting.
Both ihe Celtics backs played a
Igood clearing game bul were unsupported up forward. Having got un-
���scathed through three corners West-
laMMi'i took up the running and at-
Itackel well, Bridge played a splendid
lame, and MacGowan wa. all over
Ithe other men but the team as ofteu
the opening of tiie season lacked
���combination, however, this is assured
Iwhen tlie regular team take tlie field.
���Kellaway played well on his wing, being Buacortod by Knowles. Huntingdon
���was a weak man for the home team,
���and hi ��������� ��� ������! thai he had noi the
I . the seniors, as they are now
���compose,'. Neither side seemed ��ble
Itoscore In any way. and at last the
lv jtli - lime after a 35 minutes'
��� half the teams crossing over without
I
a* the     ������ Lumsden   took   a
eon thi team, Reld, who had hurt
ntinued on Page Twj.)
in Capital -Many. Deaths.:    Public Opinion on Crisis.
L CLUB OFFERS
Ul) FOR INFORMATION
I Robberies in Club  Dressing   Rcom    at
Queens    Park    Altogether    Too
Frequent.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 13. ��� The Copenh . sepi 12.���The Danish
Asiatic cholera in St. Petersburg has | premier, Jhi |. c. Christensen to-
assumed the proportions of the epl- nighl hand ��� cabinet' resignation
demic of  1891.    Up to   noon    today,   ...  the      . icordance  with the
twenty-three   deaths    and    109    new  lattei The order for   the
cases bad been officially reported at cabinet': ��� Ignatlon was Issued this
the hospitals. afternoon,    ln    consequence   of   the
The scourge continue to find its strong pu ill. opinion against the min-
vieiims almost exclusively among the tstry, whicl was compromised by the
lower classes, who exist in conditions premier's guarantei of Jhr. Alhertl's
Ideal for ihe propagation ofthe chol- honesty and integrity. Premier
era. In one quarter, for example, Christensen'. resignation had ,leen
there reside 10,000 workmen who have loudly demanded ever since the down-
the services of but a single doctor, fall of Albertl, the ex-minister of
There are no water mains in this sec- j justice, who recently surrendered
tion and the people drink the polluted ' himself to the police and confessed to
Mayor Keary Receives Let- Mayor Will Introduce Mat- j Westminster WTon Victory
ter From His Excellency's ter of Liquor License After Being Three to the
Secretary Cancelling Visit.     Charges to Council.
water of the canal.
TAX SALES AT BURNABY HAD
MOST SUCCESSFUL RESULT
All    Parcels   Offered    Sold    at   Good
Figures���Many Deliquents Saved
Their Properties.
widespread frauds, lt was only last
siiiing that the premied publicly affirmed Alberti's honesty, and a few
months later, through public channels,
borrowed $400,000 for the former minister.
May '���������'��������� :- has received a letter
from Arthur P. Sladen, private secretary ol thi vernor-General, regretting that his engagements preTenl his
attend;,!,,, ��� thi Provincial exhibition
this yeai
In the course of this letter Mr.
Sladen says, ' His Excellency much
regret, that they tEar] and Countess
Greyi will not be able io visit New
Westminster this autumn." His Excellency hopes the exhibition will be
a great success.
His Worship has cabled to the High
Commissioner asking him when he
will reach this city. A reply is expected today or tomorrow.
His Hon. Lieut.-Governor and .Mrs.
Dunsmuir have signified their intention
of being present at the opening ceremony.
BRYAN PICTURES TO BE USED
IN PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
The Burnaby tax sale on Saturday
afternoon was very well attended and
the Municipal hall was packed. The
clerk to tlie council, C. T. Saunders,
acted as auctioneer, but quite a number of parcels advertised had been
withdrawn from sale, the taxes having
been paid In the meantime, Although
the highest amount of taxes due on
any property was $107, the prices
ranged from $100 to $510. Every par-
eel of land offered was nold. the chief
purchases being, C. Cliff, A. I). Sipprell and H. A. Eastman, of this city,
.). E, Allen, Burnaby, J, Eaton. Epworth, Councillor Rumble, of Central
Park, I. N. Bond, H. A. White. G, A.
Kendall. .). E. l'owys and <",. E.
Broughton, of Vancouver. Reeve
Bryne was present. Among the sales
were, district lot 164, upon which $71
was due, $510; Block 20, of district
iot 95 N.. $11 due, $300; Block 23, of
district lol 97, $5 due. $225; Block 5,
of distrlcl  lot 77, $20 due, $450.
Moving Pictures and Phonograph Will   Premises  Have  Been  Found for Bell-
Aid the   Democratic   Candidate
Throughout the Country.
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY
COMMENCES BUSINESS
At the meeting of the city council
this evening Mayor Keary will raise
thi question of the increase of license
fees from the hotel und saloon keepers in the city, as suggested ai a recent meeting of the city license commissioners so that lie may be pre-
ared to give a definite answer to
them at their quarterly meeting
on Wednesday, in accordance with a
promise already made.
Three members of the council are
known to have distinct views on the
liquor traffic, and while the hotels
complain that they cannot afford, to
pay more, the probability is that the
council will approve an amendment
of the by-law favoring an increase
in the rates now charged for the sale
of intoxicating dririks.
Bad in First Quarter.
Chicago, Sept. 13.���Another feature
by the talking machine, with records
of nie speeches oi candidates, has
been added to the novelties Of the
presidential campaign by the Democratic National convention, which to-
daj announced that moving pictures
of William J. Bryan In Chicago on
Labor Day would be thrown upon the
canvas at political meetings ail over
the country. When the picture? show
Mr. Bryan speaking, the candidate's
voice will be beard noni the phonographic record of the Labor Day ad-
dress.
DJCK   HUNTERS   ENJOY
EXCURSION  ON "KERLAND'
,'  ':    theft ���
I . , ommitted to   the    pre-
��� ;,:,..   of the West
nl! club during the sea-
��� : oslng, and     lesi   robberies
,   frequent  during
a reward of $25 is
I ':'- - ihe i lub to any per-
j ., 'a  infoi ma-
. to the arrest   and
I ' the    party or parlies
���  ��� ..   --"lis belong-
I '    ' e club.
a , tructi d from
.   Que. ns park are
und    catcher's
.  capi   and    rule
article over-
wer.   the    red
��� am and the
���
i -    cm ������>    to the
,*| ral plank   of   the
  removed.   These
n  laced m a clumsy
thefts   ur���   a yearly
the ,-fliers of the club
,';u" ''' '        I i" pui ii stop to the
'������"��� future, and   with    a
���i) lucements   to   any
,;'./'" '- ��� hav. Knowledge of the
offered   the   recompense
";il""i above
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���     PACIFIC   LEAGUE  OPENS.       ���
Nan,
"""'  Won   irom   Vancou-    *
������     ,
Dim
ui   ihe   opening   ���
Pacific   Coa t   ���
.\t the Invitation of Captain W,
Wilson hwin, one of the proprietors
of the "Kerland," a shooting part}
from New Westminster an-j Vancouver enjoyed a successful duck hunting
trip yesterday. The party left New
Westminster Saturday night, making
the run i i Steveston where Charlie
Snell, thi old New Westminster lacrosse boy, and H. Brown, were pick-
el up. From Steveston a run wa
m.i le to Canoe puss, where the ducks
were verj plentiful.
Ai'ie. .. fe\. houi - sporl the re i ol
the day waa spent as 'he guests ol
Harry  Burr, whose hospitality al  hi
. itiftll   : inch     Is     Well     Known     I,
ni.iu;> re ��� P uis ol the citj. and ��
alreadj   Vlex, Tui nbull, C, Kellln  '
R. Pearson, Dr. and  Mrs. I'. P. Sin
and  A.   Maclean ha I arrived.
The trip v. us thoroughlj enjoj ed bj
.iii und  manj thanks wen-    tendered
i'.   tain ii ��'ti for his hospitality,    i  >
partj   ci twisted of Captain Irwin. A
Pringle, A. C, Herschfli Id, .1. Bell, i
Snell, ll. Brown. E,  A. Paige aud -1
Brown,
Blue Laws at Dawson.
Dawson, Sept. 13.���All book, cigar,
candy, fruit and other shops and
stores accustomed to open Sundays
have been notified by the police that
hereafter thej will be prosecuted ac-
cordlng to the new Sunday laws if
they continue Sunday sales. Only
hotels, restaurants and drug, is:,- are
permitted to continue In -business.
Mining and steamboating is not Interfered with, They are exempted because of the short Yukon season.
ingham  Manufacturer  in West-
end���Good Opportunity.
It was stated ln these columns some
days uuo that a new sash and door
factory irom Bellingham would operate in this city shortly, after doing a
large business this side of the line
from their Bellingham premises. The
former president of the Bay City company. W, E. Walsh, has acquired the
old Chinese factory beyond the Small
& Bucklin mill, and is adapting it
for purposes of a sash and door and
office fittings business.
Good prospects are already in view,
and everything promises well for this
audition to thi industries of the city.
The rapid growth of the district .between Burrard inlet and the Fraser
river makes business of this character
an imperative necessity, with so many
houses in course of erection.
Woman  on   Long Tramp.
Spokam    Si pi    13,    After trampi. ;
im North Dakota to Spokane, Mrs.
il. nt j Johnson n ache 1 here last
night on her way 1    Seattb
Emigrants Examined.
Berlin, Sept. 13.���Prof. Kirschter, of
the Prussian health office, said today
thai the German authorities are examining with the greatest care till
migrants from Russia, and they continue to inspect rigidly all craft coming down the Vistula, Memel and
Warthe rivers.
Fowler Once Again.
Hillsboro, Sept. 13.���King's county
Conservatives have nominated Major
Fowler for the Commons.
Leafs Will Contribute
Forfeit Money to Westminster
PLUCKY GIRL FOLLOWS
BEAR INTO THE BUSH
May  Hicks  Lands    Big    Game    After
Trailing   Wounded   Bruin  from
Orchard for Some Distance.
Misb May Hicks, a seventeen year
old girl living with her parents seven
miles east of Agassiz, last week
brought dowu her first bear, a 2_0
pound animal, after trailing it for
some considerable distance through
the bush. The girl tirst noticed Bruin
stealing fruit in a plum tree. She fired
at the shaggy brute from a distance,
wounding it.
When she approached the fallen
animal, the bear rushed off to the
bush, the girl pluekily following. After
a while she managed to get another
shot at the animal, the second dose
of lead proving more than Bruin's
constitution could stand.
This is the fourth bear shot by the
Hicks family in six weeks.
SALVER COMPETITION WAS
FINISHED ON SATURDAY
Six Returns Completed Leave V. H. C.
Abbott with Good Lead in Shoot
for  Civilian Trophy.
Bj defeating the V. A, C. ai Recreation park Saturday, the Westminster
Intermediates won the provincial
championship for this season. Fortunate in the weather, the game was
fast and ch an throughout, and resulted In a win for the. visitors by six
goals to four. The home team had the
best of the lirst quarter, scoring
tnree times, and ihe Vancouver spectators felt sure they were going lo
see a Westminster team beaten at
lacrosse this season, but they were
disappointed, for in the second the
visitors showed their usual form,
quick at passing and checking well,
with the result that before the quarter
closed they scored four times. The
Springs and Warwicks played a good
game, and the Westminster defence
was splendid. Munn had more to do
in the third, but Crosby managed to
_ecore once. Netting at. the other end
us the result of a scrimmage, Westminster again took the lead, but a
fight ensued. The umpire was removed from behind the net, and his
place taken by another. In the last
quarter Bert Henry scored the only
goal, the visitors winning iby better
combination and team play. The V.
A. C. team was weak in defence.
There is every prospect of another
game at exhibition time between these
keen rivals.
Summary.
First quarter���Vancouver. G. Gunn
ii min. 30 see.i. Longfellow i-l mins.i,
Longfellow  (30 sec).
Second quarter���Westminster G.
Spring 14 mins.i, B. Henry (1 rain. '.10
seel. G. Spring (0 mins. 30 seel. V. .
L und Umin.i.
Third quarters���Vancouver Crosby
14 mins.); Westminster, scrimmage
i 6 mins. 30 sect.
Fourth quarter���Westminster. B.
Henry 12 min.).
The teams lined up as follows:
New Westminster ��� Munn, Peele,
Marshall, Galbraith, Mannering. W.
Warwick. C. Spring, W. Lund. E. Warwick, G. Spring, B. Henry, O. Swanson.
V. .\. C���McGeer, Burns, Brunett,
Matheson, Donohue, Fowler, Murray,
S. Gunn, Longfellow, Crosby, G. Gunn,
W. Peacock.
Penalties.
Second quarter���Westminster, Warwick;  V. A. C, Crosby, Burns
Referee���S. Malcolmson.
e    Li . '   tlti I    the
ienloi      I cros i
We tniii st- ���_ iei n.
POLITICAL  INTELLIGENCE.
��� Announcement Expected.
sir Wilfrid Laurier maj poaslblj
make an announcement todaj ol the
date of the general elections, .before
leaving on his Ontario tour. It '*
also said that Charles Murraj will be
sworn In as secretary of state today,
succeeding Hon. W. R. Scott, it so.
it is expected that Mr. Murphy wW
stun,I for election in Russell county.
fhe    M
$    .      . ling word ab< ui
uooi ��� ���'���       1:'-"       *     ' Bother
.,   i ltu in to meel the locals,
lhat    fact   y< erdaj
 ning, ih,   Vancouver News-Adver-
,;       9ays that the gam.' wns "post-
, polled."
The rules governing  lacrosse make
m, mention of any one club having the
i ���iwer to pom pom. games at wlll, but
,,',��� the contrary refer to such an    ln-
cldont ;,s Saturday's as a   defaulted
Latch, section is of rule   9   stating
Unit "in the event of a club defaulting
B game, the $H>0   deposited   to   the
credit of this club shall be paid to Lhe
di aulted to."    The rule furthei
ites that the detaulUng club   must
anothei  $100 with the secretary-
��� i asurer of the B. C. A. L, A. I efor,
S lng anj  more   games, suspension
' ���'in the league being the penalty o'
non-payment
Fifteen dollars expense money forwarded to the i.oafs b few days ago
will also have to be returned to the
local club  by  the  defaulters.
Meanwhile., the Vancouver papers
are already boosting for Saturday's
game at Recreation park between the
Westminster and Vancouver's dovetailed twelve. The Recreation Park
Amusement -company needs the
money.
The series of shooting competitions
for the Dominion Challenge Salver
concluded on Saturday, the results being: V. 11. C. Abbott, 83; .1. Burr, 80;
A, Pringle, 72; C. 11 Judd, 75; W.
Nelson 50. Tliis leaves Mr. Abbott
leading by 53 points, the principal
cores being Abbot) 512, and Judd
159, the onlj two shooting at every
competition, except the secretary of
the Civilian Rifle association. W.
Nelson. A. Pringle shot on five occasions, ,l. C. McLelland ami J. l>.
Kennedy four times, Seventeen In
, ompeted at the targets.
W. W. B. Getting Busy.
Because he lucks newspap' r support in Vancouver, W. W. B. Mclnnes,
Liberal candidate for that city, is
planning a strenuous campaign of
pu lie speaking as the only-means of
placing himself and his cause before
the people, Within the next twelve
days the Liberal candidate will deliver
speeches at no less than eight meet-
in! ���.
WINNING STREAK  BEAMS
ON   WESTMINSTER   BOYS*
  u
silver's selected Centra] park   dla-,*
YESTERDAYS  BASEBALL,
��� ����' "   scoring:, goal
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ime   was   ���
i hard      played ���
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Mr.  Oliver  Comes West.
Ottawa, Sept.  13.  -Hon. Mr, Oliver
left yesterday rm- the wesl and is not
, xpected back until November,
South
MacKay Selected.
Uenfi-ow,      Out..    Sept.     13
Renfrew Conservatives   have   nominated John MacKay, of this place, '<"'
the Commons.
RUSH TO THE LAND
Ottawa, Sept. 13.���It is announced that since
the opening of the odd numbered sections of the
Canadian Northwest to settlement on September 1,
and since the going into effect of the pre-emptioi
clause of the new Dominion Lands Act, about 1,
000,000 acres of land have been taken up as pre
emptions and homesteads.	
on
mon,I devotees tailed to make good
their Lhreat to do things to the city
baseball players on Saturday afternoon at Queens park, only managing
,,, annex two runs out of a total of
fourteen scored, the remainder finding a resting place in the city's tally
column, The Central Park boys play.
ed fair ball, the battery being in good
shape and able to mix the delivery.
Peek, the second baseman, made a
good impression by his steady and reliable work. The Westminster men
| had the best of the game from the
start. The local battery was changed
in the seventh inning, McPhail and
Welsh replacing Yuill and Munn.
The leanis: ���
Westminster���Sinclair, lb; Lewis,
ss; Ryall, 2b; Deans, if; Canfield, cf:
McPhail, 3b; Ball, rf; Yuill, p; Munn
un 1  Welsh, c.
Cent ral Park���Ladner, c; Ferguson,
rf; Silver, p; Fitzgerald, If; Campbell,
s-: Gray, cf; Pock, 2b; Robson. 3b;
\V. Silver,   lb.
Umpire- Sayce,
. aucouver .
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No mornlne
game,
SATURDAY'S   SPORTS.
Football.
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This Is My 51st Birthday
William A. Locy.
Dr. William Albert Locy, wh , bus been professor of zoology at
Northwestern university for the past, twelve, years, was born In
Troy, Mich., Sept. 14, 1S5T. -After graduating from the University
of Michigan In 1881 he spent two years iu special study at Har-.uni.
I.at.r he studied it the University uf Berlin and at the famous biological station ut Naples. Upon returning to America he became professor of biology at Lake Forest university, where he remained from
1889 to 1895. Dr. Locy is regarded as an authority on the subjects
of embryology and animal morphology and has written a number of
books.
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Dentists Name
Officers for
B.C.
Tb,- annual  meeting of thi   B,   C.
Dental association, held on Prldaj  al
the  Hotel  Vancouver,  wus In    many
ways the most successful and Interesting in   the history of the association.
Tin-  attendance   was  large  und    wus
representative of all parts of the province and there were some prominent
outside  members of   the    profession
also present.    Among these were Dr.
N. II. Smith, of Seattle, and Dr. Wor-
bays, of Detroit, who gave demonstrations   of   modem   method.-,   In   the
handling of gold Inlays and porcelain
fillings.     Several     instructive     papers
were rend and the discussions    were
sharp   and  snappy,   and   brought    out
considerable Information.    The meeting for 1909 will be held in Vancouver.
Officers were elected as follows:
President���Dr. J,  M.  McLaren. Vancouver.
Kir.-t vice-president���Dr. J, B. Geary,
Kamloops
SEVEN-INCH MESH ALLOWED
TO FISHERMEN ON ERASER
Department of  Marine Withd-aws the
Regulations to Which  Men Object���Change at Once.
In response to represent al i n   ma le
i  the   Departmeni   of    Ma ii ���    and
Fisheries,  the embargo on .even
inch mesh net hns now been withdrawn In response to the following
telegram   received  on  Saturday:
Ottawa, Ont., Sept. 11. L908.
C. B. Sword, Inspector of Fisheries,
New Westminster:
Minister having considered your
telegram bus decided to permit the
fishing of salmon with nets of seven-
inch mesh in the Fraser river this
season from now on, notwithtandlng
the close season to the 15th, Please
act  accordingly immediately.
R. N. VENNING,
Ass. Com. Fisheries.
Tomorrow night the close season
ends, and sockeye nets will be used,
so that the remission of regulations
will come somewhat late, still it shows
that representations from local organizations are not ignored at Ottawa,
F.
P.
Second  vice-president���Dr,   w.
Fraser, Armsi rong,
Secretary ti easurer    -   Dr.    F.
Smith. New  Westminster.
Executive committee ��� Dr. J.
Spencer  and   Dr.   II.  T.   Minogue
Vancouver, nnd Dr, W.  I. Hacking, of
New Westminster.
This Date in History
w.
of
DRAW UAS RESULT OF
OPENING HOME GAME
Qtinuea from Page One.)
his li -. diopplng ,, ,t by conseni of
the ( eltlcs. Bridge weni I i , entre,
and Watson came Eorward to help
Ha; ������-    Carse  dropping   back  to   left
.  utlngdon going to centre half.
i'i ��� i .. inge  for the  better was     i ���
With Lumsden und MacGowan
on thi left wing things began to hum.
and their wing was the centre of play
for th. remainder of the game, Mac-
Gowan making some splendid sh its
at goal from time to time, but the
whistle called the Hovers' forwards
b u .-: too often for visionary offsides.
T. Mahoney was more than impartial,
time . ... :- ���:;. he a ��������� ii ���'������ ; decisi a
against the home boys when the i !el
*.. * ***>e*,*e the offenders. These fre-
cks  ] .evented  the    - is
.. tting    < ���-.   In  fr mt   ol   -   il,
--.:..   .���.._-  ..    llj   indulged In,
The li ������  ������������ lng waa now as Btrong as
SEPTEMBER 14.
1 t.r>���Death of the Duke of Bedford,
commander   of   th ���    Engl    i
forces in France.
1535���Stradacona discovered b; Jacques Cartier.
162S    Salem, Mass.. foun le
1811    Napoleon entere i M i co ���-.
IS53���Ground      ro    a   at   St. J
Newfound] nd      ���   the   Euro-
; ��� an   nnd    Noi th    Ami
railroad.
IS94���Sir Narcissi Fortunai Belleau,
who had served as pn miei of
i! inada before tii" Confc deration, died.
1 Oil l ��� Vice-President Roosevelt took
the oui li of office as president
of the United States
Street Letter Boxes
Following ls the complete   list   of
.    letter boxi s, togi ther with their
location and numerical dlslgnatlon:
Box No. Situation.
1���Eighth Ave. nnd Thirteenth St.
2���Eighth  Ave.  and   Eighth  St.
:j���Seventh  Ave.   and   Fourth   St
4���Sixth Ave. and Thud St.
5���Sixth Av.-. and Sixth St,
ti���Sixth Ave. and Ninth St.
7    Sixth   Ave.   and   Twelfth  St.
3    Sixth  Ave.  and  Fourteenth  St.
9���Fifth  Ave.  and  Fourteenth  St.
lo���Fourth Ave. and Twelfth St.
11���Fourth Avenue and Tenth  St.
a uw wish to Bee it. but some-1^2- -Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
��� *-  *-'"*i3    Fourth Ave. and Fourth St.
11 ���Fourth  Ave.  and  Second  St.
15���Third Ave. and Second SI
....n   did   nol   get   int.,  his
..   a.     ga . ,,. : a magnificent
game o goal and when ever the ocka
railed iem rer lost his kick, Mathers
on ,;.. ,thei hand saved one certlan
._,.,.u   . ,   ,, , lever jump to the side.
ivlties I  las- dnngeroHS,^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.inii | ,.  gome nme it looked ns If the 20    Eighth St, and Toronto Pla
Rovers   would   lose  'heir   first   game,   21     llnnlan nnd Turner Sts.
16 Q leena Ave  and First St.
17 Queens Ave. and Third St.
IS���Queens  Ave. and  Sixth  St,
19���Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
but the home defence was equal to the
emergency,   Capp and Braid did well
Agnes and Tenth Sts.
Amies and Seventh Sts.
but   the home halves  beat  them  out 2,    Agnes and Fourth StB
of the ball, Curse particularly doing 25���Agnes and Elliott sts.
well.    The  end   came   without  either 26���Agnes and Dufferin Sts.
side having drawn blood, there being 27���Columbia and Leopold Sta.
no score,   The attendance proved very Us���Greal  Northern  Railway station.
satisfactory.
Th,-. teams  were:
Westminster
Barbaree
(Mark
Leamy
Bruce
Watson
Goal
right  back
left ,baok
right half
Pent re
Huntingdon     left half
Hayes outside  rlghl
Reld inside  right
Carse Centre
Macgowan inside lefl
Bridge Outside   left
Referee, Tim   Mahoney.
2ft���Columbia nnd Elliott Sts.
\ 30���Columbia and Fourth sis.
Celtics j 31���Columbia and  Alexander Sts.
Mathers; *12���Columbia and Tenth Sts,
Near   :;:;   .& P. R. Station, Front St.
Paine 34���Front and  McKenzie Sts.
ECnowleB 35���Front and Lytton Square.
McKenzie 36���Front St., Schaake. Building.
Risk 37���Brunette and  Keary Sts.
Kellaway 38���Columbia and Keary sts.
Mct'ormack  39���Columbia nnd Distillery  Road.
Sampson  40���Eighth Ave   and   Richmond  St.
Copp   U��� Richmond and Keary Sts.
Baird  42���Columbia and  Alberta Sts.
43���-Junction Columhla and Front Sts.
Grand Carnival
OF-
TO-DAY
Our fall stock of Fine Tailor-made Garments
has arrived and we are showing the finest range of
Clothing ever seen in the city.
We intend to make TO-DAY a big Suit day.
Prices will be cut on all our suits.
Read a Few of Our Leaders
Men's Suits, in fine imported
tweeds and worsteds, regular $25.00 to $35.00. Sale
price $18.50
Men's tine tweed and worsted
suits, regular $18.50 to
$22.50. Sale price  12.50
Men's line tweed and worsted
suits, regular $12.50 to
$18.   Sale price     8.50
Men's fine imported tweed and
worsted trousers, regular
$5 to 6.50. Sale price...    8.50
Men's fine tweed and worsted
trousers, regular 3.50 to
4.50.   Sale price     2.25
Men's strong tweed working
trousers, regular 1.75.
Sale price, a pair  75c
Boys' strong school suits, regular 3.00.    To clear at.. 1.60
Boys' fine serge ard tweed
suits, regular 4.50 to 6.50.
Sale price  3.50
Boys' strong school shoes, regular 1.75.   Sale price  90c
Men's strong working shirts,
regular 1.00.   Sale price.. 45c
���den's fine .shoes, in box calf
and kid, Goodyear welted,
regular 5.Oi) and 5.50.
Sale price	
9,9 Q?
A snap--Men's strong working
shoes, reg. 3.50 and 4.00.
Sale price    !.'.�����
Men's braces,  reg. 50c.   Sale
price	
25c
Men's   strong  working suits,
reg. 10.00.    Sale price ..  3.25
Boys' braces,  reg. 15c.   Sale
price	
5c
Canvas gloves, 4 pair for 25c
Penman's    wool    underwear,
reg. 1.25.   Sale price... 75c
Mercelli  handkerchiefs,   reg.
25c.    Sale price  10c
Suit   cases,   reg.  3.50.     Sale
price
'sis of Canadian umm
Regulations.
Any a. ���
In the rallwaj      - ,, B
bill, may:,,..
who  is the sole head ol a [a,:
*6e, ������ .,.
any male ove:  I ,   ,,.
exteat oE ";i ectioa of ian
acres, more  i
Butry *-"'--' i rsonallv ��� I
tho local land ofl
which the land ,
proxy may, b  .-. ,. made Qn J
tain condition   i
son, daughter.
Intending bome
The homestea I        required to,��,
form  the  con 111 .     .
with    under    one    of tb    ; |
plans: ,!
(1) .\i lea ,
upon and cultivation 0f ;
each  year  tor tb
(2) If t.i- lath
father ii de   ��� ���   ������.      ,"
steader rei irni ��� .,_
vicinit.,   of the 1
requirements  ,    ���
satis lied I
the father       ,
(3) lf the     ttli
enl real len e
ed by him in lbe
Btead, Lhe n
dence may be satisu.
upon tlie said
Six months' noti       i writing!     I
be given to thi  O ., _|
Inion Lan Is at Oti ���atlon i
apply for patent,
COAL- Coa   ���
leased for a peri id o -  . ; ,-.
at an annua] rental of V,   ���   , ���
Not    more   tb tn 2561
leased to on ���   ndlvid coi -.-.,
A royalty at the rate of five cents .:
ton shall be collected on thf DM(j
chantable co il mined
W. W. C0RV
Deputy of the M ' 'he Int-
SOCIETiES.
I. O.  O. F.���AMITY  LODl_E, N0.2"-|
The regu] *.: meetli   - ol lh
ire held '-a Od Ifi .:-l
bla  street, everj   '���!��� ������       i     .-|
at S o'clock.
1.45
estminster
Clothing Co,
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor
*.  O.  U. W.���FRASER LOCGE
���Meetings the flr I and iLir.
day in each month, V
brethren cor,: 1 lo ri
1-odge room, A. i >. I". W, hall,
fellows'   bio,-,    i
': I
*-.
OURT BRUNETTE,
��� Meets the  t
month   at   So
hall. Od    ���
FRATERNAL   ORLitl   CF  EA..��i,|
Aerie No. _ !    '���'
evening   it 8 | ���   I
Hall,   i ol imb , '������!
\.'. Prea ; H. Scl       I, Secret
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS OF TEM-1
PERANCE  mi - I
at  S  o'clock   p    :i.������
hail. Columbl i - reel
SONai OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT��
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE iSiES
CAMP, 191.��� '. on the PlrstuM
rnird Tuesduj of everj montia
K. of P. ball    Chief V   - ���        '
I. O.  O. F.���Royal  City Loogt. Nt -I
���Meets   lu   Oddfellow,' Hsll, Col
umbla Street, .-very Frld        ;;
:.   visiting brethw wm
.   -,.������,.     0   E.
N. O.; C. E. Osborne P.C t   *
ins secretary.
at 8 o'clocli
be    made
Self-opening  umbrellas,   reg.
1.75 and 2.00.   Sale price.. 90c
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LOMfJ
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B.i
Red Rose Degree meets B��om
Fourth Wednesdaj o eaeh �����
in K. of P. Hall. cim.iMa ��U��
8 xTm., Wblte Rose Degree. Fo����
Wednesday in aa. b month. -�����
time and place. 	
OTHER     FRATERNAL    WClW   I
mclude the Union Lod��e. v; ,
r. and A. M.; King Solomon WJ
.No. 17, A. F. and A. M������ ';
No. 1160; L.O. L..N0. 1593:^
Sapperton, No. 1683, 1 ����� ' ,,,.
F., Court wtBBtmlnster, >1^ ���1;
Brotherhood of Ow's, NVi' '
Columbia Street,
New Westminster
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tel1-^
8���Royal avenue and ����B '
9���Fifth avenue nnd '' *el
12���St. Mary's HospKal.
13-Second and Park Ro*.
14-Columbia and Du��t,rlD
15���Sapperton ^
23-Queen's aveniiM^
24��� _-nd avenue and bp.
25-Flfth av-��ue and *
26-Fifth avenue and w
27���Third avenue and w
82-Agnes and Sixth.
84-Schaake Machine W��J
35-Oolumbla nnd ll��K��*
81-C.P.R. Station.
42-Sranll & Bucklin MU" MEMBER  14, 1908.
THE DAILY
PAGE THREE.
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4> >ttt �������� miWMtfiM
eichenbacn \
feji,;      oi ^riciilture
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
a���J  RETAIL
*
���
^ale '       ���       mien. Quaran-
' 'mer    Earl."
��-'   ifruns
Every Day
At Morey's
1
METHODIST BOARD     ;
WANTS MANY REfORMS
WINDSOR SALT is a
Canadian salt - guaranteed by a
Canadian company. No one
guarantees the purity of imported
salu. W on having WINDSOR
SALT. its w
TCHERS1
���:     Quarantine
i  mran-
���
b
-.-11] not:
Mv
1 enders (
...       will
���    Tues-
COLUMBIA
STREET
i
St,
-.
���
Tie.  -
-
���
���
day 1 1908, at 12
���
,
', .i   -e-   secretai
||    De -.    Ottawa,
71
|     NU tin    tl       d
from
'A the De ���..     ��� ���  for it.
������
* 20.00.
decorated,
��� : ina arriving
MOREY'S
2f l.umbia Street
I*,.., . .        Police and j8**5-
Liquor
Laws Demanded.
ji forSalc ���:-To Rent-:-Etc
Wanted -:- lost <��� found
- .
-
!
luke."
Reward i
Phone 101
PI.
one
ioi :
NOTICE
MAIL CONTRACT
\^*m***
��� �����������������_
Sole Agent in New Westminster
��� FOR ���
JLongines Watch Movement j
W. C. CHAMBERLIN ""J���**
The Value of Economy
J.r.r   j.eople tail to save, because they do not realize
thi   Importance ol small economies.
The practice, once begun, of laying aside a portion of
mi    no matter how small, every week or month,
soon become a fixed hr_bit.
esnlt in a :,���,. years will probably surprise, and
dn ���;���   gratify you.
���  a start now hy opening an account with a ,b-
���    ij One   Dollar or mere.    We  paj  Interest  every
... months and return your money any time yon want
���
General  Banking  Business   Conducted.       Collections  are
Promptly and Satisfactorily Made.
SBAI II RS      i    to
the   Poi   ' ' ,.   will  be   re
ceive ���: o wa ui ' I noon on Friday,
the Second October, foi thi collection
ol le   ers oi ied eoutnct    tor!
four  years,  from  the  proposed  Street!
Letter Boxes in the City of New West-
minster,    from    tl ���    V' ���    Oen-j
eral's pleasi  ���
Prin e    ��� ontainini     furthi
info:: ������     ���   ���            pro-
.-.' Coi ma     ���    '������������  - * d blank
forms of Tender may lie obtained at
Posl i iff ci   of New We*  *������    and
Sapperton aud ai thi offic< of the
Posl   Offiee  Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Poet Office Inspector.
���p,.r.!  Office Inspector's Office, Van-
.-.   ���.     B.C    ry-'   -\ ignst, 1908,
I TRAVFR^ AUCTIONEER and
J. llVAVLIVa VALUATOR . . .
��� AH  business  ,n this line  guaranteed.
Phone AJ4S. ���*...���-
Auction sale every  Friday morning
on the   Market  square.
lln ut of busi-
ne          ��� took
1 l-l 4  and
8-10,  Stai de\   5 7  and
i!-i ���    Le ier 14-17 and
hall    '���'��� 10 1       Deroge    8-10,
  mount -  fur-
nitu trays, flash
lamps   el *              rgi   assorment
of    P   I --'riimes    ami     amnteur
!>'." ni       ���; ���     one-quarter off for
balam         * month.
CORNIBH'S  STUDIO.
'
ix   H.,
-
i    to
1
1 Citj
1
WAN   ��� - help
111
.'.��� ie ia!
I
...
[
-
������   :  I
��� ol  tli,   Mi
la   hel d    ���
- ���    ol  Genera]  S
I PI.       '��� M
fO  RENT     IU, ise en  I.hiiim-
I    n,   live    rooms,
':...-        in Hai                pl5.   Apply
I ,;.���-:,   to   hav,    ���.          Columbl
attentl      ol  th, ��������� __.
tl    lti. as also decidi     -      I   WANTED    x
Wesl   End   Restaurant,
Thir :
���
���  I 'ing.
prev.      race   I rack
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
SS. ' Favorite
IT'S GREAT!
WANTKI) Hats i" r-'t.im. is*;.-, have
new hats and trimming... Auckland
and  Tenth streets.
Carrying  fr.-ight  and passengers ti,
all pointi eei   Ne-w  Westminster
and Westham island.
Lea\*e_ Brackman-Ker's w-harf daily
at :-; p.m excepi Saturdays, at 2 p.m.;
addil ':- ndays, leaving at
5 a.m.
1{, ��� eavi   V.',-stham Island 1
a.m.   . ��� ��������� Fridays at 1 a.m.;
addltioi trij  on Saturdays, leaving
at  E    0 p.m.
Calling    at    Steveston     Tuesdays,
Thun Satui lays,
Ticket   to Steveston nnd return 50
cents       Saturdays only.
just about  sums up tin
��� 1 ���   being given by Richards &
famous minstrels.
man igi rs   of   this noted een,
tiered a    company    of!
dancers, comedians, specialty:
ts  and   musicians  from  the  verj j
of minstrel talent.
mpany numbers  forty,    and
���hey are offering    is    a ���
       minstrel    one;    the    kind
���  ',��� of entertainment
the days of Wambold,
thi   ��� ��� Charley, White. Backus,
-*.sett and a host of other
i idols, popular in their days, but long
; since passed away.
The band, proudly claimed t,   ��
besi minstrel l,and in the world, num-
      30I0 musicians  and will'
-  the streets    at    noon, j
and front oi   the.   theatre   at    7:30
o'clock in the evening
The date of their appearance at
New w< stminster op< ra house is
Thuvs . ������-   Si   *   IT.
POR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second
strttet and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable, and terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
WANTED���Girl for assisting in house
work and  ln  attending  to  two  infants. 437 Third ave., near 2nd st-
WANTED���Nursemaid; apply Mrs.
(,Dr.)  Jones, Royal Avenue,
WANTED���School children to board
for next term in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S., Daily
News office.
WANTED���Japanese    poy    attending
Bchool wants work with good family;
lerstands cooking;  wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 545, City,
WANTED���Japanese boy or   girl   tor
housework,    daily.    Hardwlck,    St.
.-. b stn   ���
Tu
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Capital and Ratatva Incorpnrattd Total Anet*i
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
New Wi   1 minster Branch,
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL -��� 114,400.000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
"ranches thi    ighoul Canada and Newfoundland, am!   In   London,   England,
NVv,   "fork,  Chicago aud  Sponane, U.S.A., ami Mexico City.     A Hen-
eral Banking  H-i-?iness Transacted,
uetters of Credit Issued, available witl correspondents in all Darts of tbe
World.
8-vlngt Bank  Department.     DeiKwIts  lerelved In cums of $1 and upwards,
ani Interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate) added
four times a yea"-.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
M'*v;  WESTMINSTER BRANCH '"t   D.  BRYMNER.  Mantvgor
i Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
n11A11Tv I   rL kJ U Jcv
SUBSCRIPTIONS  COMING   IN
FOR  FRASER  CENTENNIAL
The toll      ���        '       ',-  have
far towards    the    d<
Iptl.     . oltectlon tor the Simon
���  nnlal    fund.    The    News
- - acknowli dge anj sent to Exhibition  Manager, care of City Hall, and
te account will be open, '
-, nl -    Di nations will
welcom.   at once as the monument
'     '   ordered.
Dui       '  Norfolk   $9-00
Miss Eraser (Hamilton)    1 00
i:   ,-* Gosm ll   1 ""
1:. s. Pel        '     er Lake)   1.00
\   n. McKaj  l-00
WANTED���Ladylike young pet  on foi
light housekeeping. Student at col
lege in return for board would be
acceptable.   P. O. Box 067. City.
POR    SALE ���Motor   launch:    well-
found and fast; sea'- fourf en pas-
ers.   Applj  to M tor . 3ox   M.,
New Westmin
WANTED   Two 01 three unfurnished
rooms;   m    I moderate;    near
bridge pr* Ei rred Apply Post Office
Box 732
VESTMINST E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management.
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O.
box 807, Can supply you with all
kinds ot help promptly, free or
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 27r,n. Vancou
ver. B. C.
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
'Phone   10S.
P. O. Box    .45
'Wi FMI STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -  ��� NEW WESTMINSTER
and r D _b JD
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
W   ll   Keary ....
G.  A. Praser ...
Q   1 -    . . .
1   1 e Ilowaj   .. ���
.',- a y  ...   .
-���    Mel   od ...
i di  3nds ..
l ..,,
1.00
1 ,,,,
1.00
i 00
  ' 00
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRA CTORS
an J   TRANSLATORS
Male   and Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEi-EY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
���-f.inur.irfurer.'! and Deater* in  All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  j
fnterior Finish,     I urned Work,    Etc.
Eish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lun��ber  Uwaya in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
phone 12. New Westminster
it*���***************'
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and *iy
Stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m Last
car leave* at ll p. m.
(Last car lv. Vancouver 11:80.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on. the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. m.
Srppcrton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service   balf-neurly be
tween S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
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Nov.  I Too Proud to nee.
Nov    13.-  Montana   Limited,
Nov   IS.   mp Hip Hooray.
N'ov.  20.   Willard   Mack,
Nov. 26- The New  Dominion,
Dec.  I.���Fun on Broadway.
Dae. 2.���The Lion and the Mouse.
Dec.   3.���Little  Johnny  Jones,
Dec. I'.���Arizona.
Dee.  16.���Why Girls  Leave Home.
Dec.  21.���50 Miles From Boston.
Dec.  24.���Babes  ln Toyland,
Dec. 25.���Sandy Bottom.
Dec. '29.���The  Great. Divide.
Doc.   30.���Florence   Roberts.
Jan. .">.--Her  First  False  Step.
Jan, 6.���Shore Acres.
Jan.  1'..--Theodore Lorch,
Jan.  28,���Devils   Auction.
.lau.  29.���San   Antonio.
Fob. 13.���Jane  Eyre.
Phone   431.
P. O. B.v   885.
FESSIONAL.
AL,    BARRISTER,   SO-
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WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barrl_-
1 Icltors, Blackie Blk.,
i Columbia Btreet, New Westminster.
; W.  I. Whiteside, ll  1.. Kdmonds.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE, IJAKR1S-
ters, solicitors, etc. Offices, New
Westminster, Trapp Block, cornei
Clarkson an.l i/orne streets.
GH.ORGK HI. MARTIN, Barrister am.
Solicitor, 'juiihon block, Colum-
cln and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets!. New Westminster. B. 0.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 100.   Telephone 64.
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THE DAILY NEWS
l'ulilished by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY,  SEPTEMBER 14,  1908.
DO NOT FORGET.
Do not forget to pass along those
tomatoes ��� choice preferred. ��� Col-
chester,
VANCOUVER'S CONSERVATIVE
LOVE FEAST.
The attempt made on Friday night
to bring all the divergent sections of
the Conservatives In    Vancouver   together was disappointing to the promoters.    The  sectional   speech  given
by    Premier    McBride,    in which he
openly pitted   Vancouver  against    the
wishes and opinions of the other parts
of the Province, calls tor more   than
passing notice.   The News-Advertiser
reports liim as saying, in reference to
the things the Provincial Government
Mad done:     "Bul   ii   has   always  been
an encouragement   to  teel  that   Van
coiive.- supported these measures obnoxious to other parts of the country."
This Is an admission thai the Govei..
ment   at   Victoria  is   legislating    and
administi ring to suit   the monied Interests of Vancouver.    The greal  producing sections of the countrj   when
mines, farming,  timber, fish and  frull
and bringing out  the wealth of our resources are made, and under the McBride Administration  will continue to
in1  made,  su  servient  to the  interests
of the monied class which centres in
the Terminal City,    All  the    country
within the boundaries of  British Columbia must contribute, pay toll so to
speak, to the "Shylock Mecca.'
logger   must be  cinched   in  the  interest-- of  the  wealthy   millnieii.  so  that
he is compelled to sell his logs at any
old price the mill cares to oner.   The
salmon  fisheries of the Fraser are to
be   made  a spawning  ground  so  that
tlie. canners may reap the harvest    in
their fish traps without the aid or employment of the fisherman.   The timber resources of the country,  which
belong to the whole people, are being
ban le I out  with a rush to    political
friends   of  the party,  speculators    In
���he full  sense of the  word,  manj   of
���lie men receiving grants c ml 1 not tel)
-i"-u,     from   mil  pine or cotton -
:i    and when the male 11
- raft. : to th    limit, the fei
;: l< n Is  ,,;' the mini     i    i omi     . I u
The  ' ���'      iltural lucts   an      bi ing
,x"-:  - an  unequii i ,]    mai n      and '
"    ' ��� al  "������ .       ill,   B I
���*a<   '  ���   treasurj   m ..   be    Bill ..
;-  waen, it   should  receive   th
>nes made b. the gral i
1   : the publii   don
���'���"''''  :' ' ou1  ' ' b}   ;!.,. Coi
vativ<     '   '   - ���'������-���'        Victoria.
V"    '������' ��� '   fl -
i;'"     -    ': a good i      causi      Right
'   aos  "    ' indid t(
A!""'"  aotnin8  *:���'"���  of  which   he or
'"';'l    be    ashamed
^:,li"' ��ws.  out this    brib.      -,,
>'< .,!.'.. lean, plain English, ��� Vou .m;i,i up the campaign
fund ., ���; -.' ��� ,y Victoria will see you
lose riWailng " To a terse qui .tion
���'���'"" ��� ���"���.,-   , ioui Woo I-
'���' ���' ���    th     ,-     .   .     siowli     replied
r!l"'- troi i,  ,> :.., ���
Mr. \\     : ,    th ..,,.   apa | :
from ���    |t;
msiness
Wh.-     11]   .;    Wo   :
-. Bay to this -
ro h      tati m< .- thai th< ���   �� is d
llssen     .. ervativi     inks
, am ���. Wh it a k it    N  .-���
min   ��� r      Mr,  McB
���       Inster
that the;,   wt i fight
Bhouldi     to    bo . ;.   i    ...      ,
his pei sonai al llltj  >- is available, he
wo ild  ��� iro*��  hlms If Into It witl
his   hi art,   and      ip]   ':    Mr,   O
Not :; .  omi ,   to lend a h ind to Mr,
.1.  i.i. Taylor, not fl word iii favoi ol I
that  gi ntleman.    Whal    can    be I
reason?   Rumor says that the   Tory
candid it.  bere has '.-eon    exchangin ��� j
com   ... ��� nts   with   the  Premier,    has
, -,-. ti I! 'a- '��� '������ i  i thing or two about j
.i.mint... hii ch mces bj the effect ol
the  P      m :>' -     regulations,
etc.,  ���       and  thai  th ���  Premier ha-1
been *<-: I nol ta show ui   here during ���
iii,, , (,',��� sign, and other I tin s clear, j
pertinent  and  caustic.    The   Premier
elthi r a dge.I the qu   ition, or purpose-;
Ij   Ignored  Mr, Taj lo ' In his answer, j
Mr, Cowan, In ins Bpeech, clearly Indicated tliat he was not In accord with
the "rubber  platform,"  bul  that    he
had a policy he personally Intended to
advocate, and    immediately,    iby
words "lf it is adopted   and
out," expressed dOUhl as to its acceptance by Mr. Borden. This was
clcver even for a lawyer, because Mr.
Cowan   could  propound  a  policy    to compare  to the   shattering of other-
cat -a  votes  in Vancouver, and  when ; wi.se      sound      tinancla 1     conditions
that  policy   was  turned  down,    could throughout the Dominion.
I come to his constituents   If   be   ever      The  settlement,  come    when    aud
gets elected, and say "That   was   my  how   It   may.  should be  made to    in-
i policy,   but  in the interests    of    the elude an agreement, binding on Corn-
whole  Dominion   Mr.  Borden    would  pany and men alike, for a given period
not accept it."    In this election there, of not less than two years,
'will in- no opportunity given Mr. Bop     Th,  grievances of the men may be
den and his   followers   to carry   out great, but we think the demoralization
i tiny* policy,  so thai   it    matters    little  the strike Is causing will hardly tend
what Mr. Cowan promises. to secure tor them the sympathy ol
The simile the candidate used of the general public, coming as it does
"the thunder of a ground swell reach- at a time when the whole nation was
ing from ocean to ocean," created by trusting to the highest efficiency of
the "silent vote," seems to us like the the railway service to do great things
learned gentleman whistling to keep in the transportation of the crop aad
his courage up, and as to his boast of the stocks purchased in view of the
what he would do to cause the mythi- improved conditions of trade resulting
cal favoritism and spoliation at Ot- (from a bounteous harvest,
tawa to cease, he might render ex- The task of settlement may ,be diffi-
cellent service and not go so Car cult and tedious, and as time widens
away to do it. There is ample scope the breach there will be less inclina-
for his energies in that line right, here tion for the parties to the right to
in this Province, and if he were to set recognize reason or justice to each
up his camp at Victoria, he could be! other's claims and the time we think
busily engaged right under the eye has arrived when the Government
of his own people, and would be more | must act and put the claims of both
sure of their plaudits. j parties  aside  to   be  adjudicated   upon
  by    -j.    tribunal    that    will hand out
"Thirty feet to tne gulf." : justice to the Company aud men alike.
  , while   the  public  service,  which     has
cost the nation 80 much to secure,
may be operated to obviate as far as
possible the disaster which seems to
stare us in the face.
Well, that's not the question. What
was required to be proved was the
power of the press.
Death of Mrs. Eickhoff.
Ai'er a lingering illness Mrs Henry
Eickhoff died at her residence. Second
street on Saturday morning, aged HO.
Her death puts man} citizen.. In
mourning, as her surviving family are
three sons and two daughters, Fred,
Allied and Victor, of this city, Mrs.
j, c. Tunstall, of Summerland, and
Mrs. W. H. Keary, wife of the Mayor.*
Mis. Eickhoff was born in Germany,
in the province of Hanover, and emigrated to America, settling with her
husband at New Westminster in 1861.
They had a family of twelve. Mrs. Tun
gtull reached her mother's bedside
just before death ensued. The tuneral
takes place today, from the residence,
Second street, <at 8:30 a.m.. h'urh mass
being celebrated at St. Peter's cathedral  at 9 o'clock.
A Prop in Prices mr
Smith's Sodas - 25c per tin
Preserving Peaches, $1 crate
Crown Jars, 1-2 gals, $1.35 doz
Jelly Jars, - - 50c doz
See those 10-piece Toilet Sets
we are selling at $2.75
ADAMS & DEANS
Prompt Delivery |
Phone 97.
"Get the Habit9'
GROCERS
SPICY
THE STRIKE CALAMITY.
Bach 'lav'.-, delay in tne settlement
ma, hinists' si i Ike    Is
��� lile r. P. &^^^^^_^^^__
not only mailing confusion wot ��� c unfounded, but is surely ini I . lng
the possibility of intense iffering
amongst our people, and Immense
financial loss to everj trade '���'
of the Dominion.   The   recoi ik
ing crop waiting to be moved to the
seaboard, the enormous freighl bl ick-
ade through the entire C. P. R. system, the coal and lumber shortage on
the prairie sections all demand that
something be done to end the combat
for supremacy between a powerful
corporation and an equally powerful
section of organized labor.
The struggle,   although   considered
of great importance by the contending
'���Thirty feet to tbe gulf."
Pure
AND   THINK.
Did you ever b ir ���
greater special than the
we are offering tod
Spices in  1-4 lb.
Guaranteed ^^^
full strength and weight. Money re-
turned if not better than any you have
THE  POWER OF THE  PRESG.
Working newspaper men  who complain sometrfnes that the power of the
pie-.- i- ., mockery should stop to consider whal  a real and practical thing
ll   is   in   the   Laurier    Administration
Sir  Wilfrid  has  indeed  a high  regard
for  newspaper advice,  If we  are    to
judge  from his  colleagues.    Four    of
his  Cabinet   have edited or do    now
own.,    control,    or  edit    newspapers.
Finance   Minister  Fielding  made    his
| reputation for clear thinking on    the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 Halifax   Chronicle.     The  Hon.   Frank
Thel forces,  is  insigiiiticent.  compare 1    toj Oliver still  looks  more  the editor of
the    overwhelming    public    interests j the Edmonton  Bulletin  than he does
jeopardized.
The merits or demerits of the stand
iken by the Company or the men is
as   nothing  compared  to  the   risk  to
life and limb on account of the motive
power and   rolling  stock    being     al*-
loved to run in "bad order."   The loss
to the C.   P.  R.   Company  must   be
beyond  computation  and the  loss    in
��� ige** to the men must be mounting
li,   but   the  loss combined    cannot
Maple   Leaf  Cups
95 cents per dozen.
ana   Saucers    at
At
Remember they are for todaj
so you had better secure s ime
before they are all gone.
Tomorrow's      Special���Four      piece
���Near Cut"  Table   Set  for  only $1.20.
Ryall's Drug
WE   MEAN   IT
Minister of the Interior, The Minister
of Railways clings fondly to the
Brockvllie Recorder in spite of Ms
good fortuti'-'. It will be there to go
back to when politics fall. The Min-
isti ',r inland Revenue has a newspaper in Victoria, although he hasn't
worked much at it tor some years.
And they are all good Cabinet Min-
��� -r- these four. But are they
good newspaper men *.' some one asks.
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Richards & Pringle's
FAMOUS
MINSTRELS
CLARENCE
The
PETE
We're after the Shoe trade of every
man and every family that can
make it possible to come here to
buy.    That our shoes are away
above the level of "just shoes," and
that our prices defy competition,
are facts that will assert themselves if you  will but   take   the
trouble to investigate.   If you would be interested
in seeing the best $3.50 or $5 Men's Shoes, the best
$3 and $3.50 Women's Shoes, the Jest $1.50, $1.75
and $2 School Shoes���iin fact, the best shoes any restated price ever bought for any man, woman or |$j
child, you can see them here.   We are now talking
Fall Shoes.   Already we have unpacked several
thousand dollars   worth.   Shoes have never been
sold cheaper than we are selling them this fall;  pR'DI TDD I  r: C
$3.50, $4.50 and $5 are the popular prices for Men's $| DU DDLLJ
Shoes; and $3 to $4 for Ladies'fine fall Boots.   ***!
Boys' and Girls' School Shoes command our special
riRiAit vo
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Headed   By
POWELL    AND
WOODS
Be,.u  Bruinmels of Comedy
AND  FORTY OTHERS.
A    REVELATION    IN    MINSTRELSY.
See How You Like It.
BIG   STREET   PARADE.
Prices���$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c. Seats
on   Sale at   Ryall's.
NEW WESTMINSTER
^Saturday,  Sept. H
FOR SALE BV
HARDMAN &
A   Hardman.     A. Jam -       J. McdUjHW
PLUMBING
and   MEATING
Front Street    Trust
Two  performances,  3  p.m.   and  S p.n
attentionJ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
We've Shoes for Everybody
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
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A Fairy Operetta and
MUSICAL DIORAM \  OF THE IMS
SO-JAPANE8E   WAR    IN   MAN
CHURIA,
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C
��_��__��_*_
Direction of   Professor Clay.
POPULAR   PRICES.
50c   and    25c    (evening   reserved
Matinee  3   p.m., 25c;   children
served),  10c.
Seats <m Bale Thursday, Sept, it.
��_T      &DVEKTIBB      ta
(unre-
What They All Say
"I   iiiln't   know  we -
get such good worl. In W - -
minster."
Tlic.a.' are the word  "��� l,,,r
of our customi rs I i
alonal iiiiiui  when    *'
livered     a     ne**     '"'
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THAT aJATisFlS
THE
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Jackson & Mer;; ��� n
NEW WISTMINSTEP
hone i::''
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THE      DAILY
NEWS
it YOU War. a BttUHUOU.
Manufacturer
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate*?,
Family trade a specialty.
Tel. 113. Olfc.  eiflht �����'
NEW   WESTMINSTER-  e*  **
tat SEPTe
MBER  14.  1908.
THE DA 11/.
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THE CASH STORED
T. H. SMITH    THE CASH STORES
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Grand Bargain
For This Week
of this store te small profits and quid, returns. We
thus getting merchandise al bottom prices. We an;
imal profits and a* a consequence turn our stock ovei
. ,,     .tores.
\ Genuine Bargain in Flannelettes
15c  White at\& Cream  Flan-
neJette lor   lOc yd.
91  tell colored flannelette
finish,  nice thick    qual
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the    , ���
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Isll to Harrison   di i ���, ,.,,,.,, ,��� ;lu
;    No '             .lease the eye, bu1. to
itwng on uHnlity'.: Dl1-*881 v.u    'B. C     and
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son   ��� ' odfellov   C. P   R  opera
'"��� ll'"'   who ha   been li  the hospital
tlir'" fo   an operation to   his
L-ocal i ,,ii.'.         v omen will be held   ���;,,���,.
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Make and Lay Free.
Mils   ;
room a ���,,
board of trade
Hi
Is now Improving
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lome  Street.     Phone 73.
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"-���*���        !-   and Mrs.  Welbon,    mis    ~	
si"1111 '���    :'   Seoul   the I Ital   law  bj a   ote ol
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'        "  ':    w,fe lef1 v,'s"  wl 'lough in    ,-     ^  day
'"' ���      Thei   j"f'    rl,"'l"f  on Saturday to -' Paul   Minn,  passed.
traln  '   -      ���    ���     ftk�� theetagethe Thej  ,,   ,     ,   ��� , , ..���.���,,     jn
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ba ������   ii- twent   :   ���   Pie i
,   ,:    ai   pink     Beauti u
dressing or filling whal plendli
...    in        ...  ii- ten yards toi
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i tmbiai    ipital
bi n ion
Wel ,oi  bi In   preached
in SI     ndrew'_ church
Ma ���,
$1.00
\ Genuine   Bargain   in   Whit*?   Bed
Spreads.     Regular   $1.50
values for SI.OO
10s '��� go, qualT?)
  $..(.r,
mi ycomh whin- onlj
v "i'i. tor, each
\ Genuine Bargain  in White Blankets.     $4.75  values for
. >. i Canadian blankets   wh       .,..-������.   woo      No burrs
Out regular Is  blanket I   $4.75    This
��������� ��� ��� he price l .
$3.95
Great Activity in the Ready-tQ-we��r Department
-., ,;..���:. - fall suits    ���,.,'- ������ 5 Is n
h    in    quality.
to g    li       -
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ecll] sed aU pi
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  $15.00.  $25.00 and $35.00
     -. .    ..$5.00   $10.00. $20.00 and $25.00
.    .  .   $7.50.  110.50  and  $15.00
I (   and Misses' Ready-to-TOr fiarments in great
varietv
Fall Underwear ior Women
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maki
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1,25 Bovs' All-wool Sweaters and Jerseys for 75c
akei     Boys
v, In all wool
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T. H. SMITH
HOME OF THE HAT BEAUTIFUL
Headquarters    for   Women's   Ready-to-Wear
Thi
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p
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dence  on Sai after
��� ,-      F nerral ar-
. r-angen   i ' ���   ' ���
Mr.  1
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; 14, are n ���  ��� -.-       m homi      \.i
on will
'. be ���������
Po Bo. plants
Davis & Son,
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A cons 3 isi     of F
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A. Pv
In th
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Tin    N'i     ���   -,,ii   ,,.,    been   eng iged
h    K   H.  H "v.-n tor a aeries oi vl H -
imeriean capttall      trom Chic i
'   K< a       etiiri i     ���      da       Isi hit        e    to t ������-    h,
.: ' " ���     ���> ������������   " i iei  Rivo    lawmllls  In which    ���
���,',', ,   :, | . final i Intere     d   and I
com '      ������������ hi   Interio     ��� ��� thel      Imber   ho    ng     i    this
������"!"' in      win   sei '        will al*     - ���
GiU-hei   In tl  h Irhm       Th.   N'ew-
Bubjer keei    ������������ ,   . i    ...    :      eii        erh uli      o      the
lenl      -        ��� ��������� ������,,,,   . | ,; ...  .. ....
'.'������ ien
go ir'', thi   logging bus ������-
.- si engers to the   ian
o 210 on 3atui    the  western   ������ stem   and  to  Improve
oads  and       ee       b -l-,u   the compan 't  condition    to   handling
its  req ents.    Mr.   Angus  Is    ac
companled b;   Mi ���   \ir.'n i, Ml s M. V.
���'��� ���      ���      Ml      Q, Wendlyn.   The
enato      p        Includi   Madame Por-
Mi     Pauline P ""1 Mr    1..
���
Th,.   H-
fal'i will be
-
roon
W   '
. '���       D
... . .
of thi
con                      urd ' te is vi ���   following   is thi    lsc        u    m
-    ���                          - and  sa>-s a              cial i ledals Bl ruck to cell
large number of Ba: ������ i ile ���'                    on  F Ial,   which
Ion -      ie exhibition
on A
His          , ...   Howaj   found  tot
of M les  vs
Burn" ,.,  ,n whlcl
$88.'! -.     on.    This
was heard count)    court    on
Wedne mi , i    eserved.
l le fo mdanl In Mi Lh
nan, s\, I ��������� ��� - _   Co   vs. Allen.
- .   reopen at \<
a.m, 'i ....  classes in  all
��� ���       at the   above
hour.    >
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tin i
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''; .   ' ��� ���     attai b o A
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a tl      " "
.    H     "   Poinl   Vancouver, oi
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and   Mr ���    fo eph   Dock ::.     oi
Sunnyside,  neat   Po     Moody, arc to-
��� '"���'.:,*intj,  the  fiftiel I     annive
1 eir wedding.   The i   enl
be made the occasion ol a tamil
eighl  children ol   Mr.  and
Doc ���     o     and ^:x I
ii ��� ��� -sin    grandchildren    and    ' wo
������.   ��� ��� ndchildren, will take part  In
celebration.    Mrs. Dockrlll, whose
��� ���    nami   was   Maria    Cathi    i ���
O'Goitnan,   was  married   al   Florence,
     -'��� 14, 1858.    The    aged
'.   have  lived   in  B.  C.   for  over
mty-flve yea
aArrangemonts are being made   tor
the music al   thi coming   exhibi
tion.    Manager Keary, with whom the
engagemen     o ���������'��� j,as
-   "���������.. offering to engage the Vernon
: ���.    irlgadi    iand   tor two    .lays    on
.   i.... ,,, last  year's    The ofthe Okanagan,    bas    given
dents,    and
n-       on will
ed.    The   Missi  - I     is
Heay I fan .ntinentjalso an engagi
.   o Hi,   i"  -:" ite cars "I is already had a mi
Canada."    Thi *���   ;""t   a!
with    severs rl  the arrangements wil
r, cent! each     Vround
- '    ���'!���   discoveret        OS
ennial of Dis covery of Frase    ��� \
���   Simdti r 'aser, 1908, New Wet I
:'.   .'.." and  on    he revi
Roya [cultural    and    Indus; rial
el    ������   Brii   hi lolumhia, the jubl-
.    .f go     'ound in thi   Praser river."
��� : loi   surrounde a view of
fYas ���     and the coal   of
Of Br ' i. ' he lion and
It is ai Si   ator  Por-
9, Ol  V'"' I   two
....      if the <    ;'   ;-   who
��� 1 Vancouvi       ��� -    	
' i    .         ' - ������ tun   ���        .    I
Westi       ������       .da Mr.  An
th..   ��� ed by theii
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will tain
W. I thi      eivi
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it thi   same
<-,,llege|
the charge
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*OOKSLEY'S Important Notice
: Pict
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'OST CARDS
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Foi   further
to    -     ,19   Eighth
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\    ll    ,. o     vhn   has  beet     ii
m in connection '������?<������'  :'"- Knights
,.   p - ntion, w rites thai  he
,,.!,,,(  Lhe roronto exhibition  and
. . not   find ll   compares  with
i w p itm nsl
i    "\  da
fhe Epwori ' ��� ������'���' ol W esti nd
m, thodlsl  church   will   hold   Its   first
.   i ���    '        the   Bummer   vacation
evening    Vn In - resting program
is being prep ired un Ier the direi tlon
Nothin .
��� nei   to tli,
[cul I iy, i
.. ��� will    a
have to cati ��� ��� ning
n :  train on Thu
the
,;    win  return  :"
A HI
NOW ON 8ALB AT
���MOREY'S STATIONERY   STORE.
G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, and
' MACKENZIE'S DRUG   STORE.
Westminster
ransfer Co
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18">-     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
l*,;.    : ui., profile and estim it,'  ot t
, oat ol the proposed  permanenl    lm  ,
,.  in.-ut of Columbia    streel    (In
cludit ! .i  main, trunk bi wer, oemeni
sidewalks and   Btreel    paving)   b ive
, ...; prepared and pi iced on view In
the room l itely occupied by the school;
b mrd, citj   hall, where they maj  be
;���.;,  .ted    during   office   hours   by
, ,-��� ., interested In this very m  s
gar    local Improvement.
N. II. McQUARRIE
Acting City C ���"
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
. igu il 25   L908.
S.S.   RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
This Week
we are giving
Bargains
on our entire stock of
Handbags
from 50 cents up
���!    promptly
oi the ctty.
to
^ and Heavy Haulinj
��FF'CE-TRAM  DEPOT.
'���Newsome&Sons
Pai��<*r< antj Decorators
*"'"*�����-���* All Work Given
iVewVVwfmi/wter
Regular sailings bet>veen
,\EW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLI
WACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, UngteJ
Mission ami way ports, with pas
sengers  anil  freighf.
Leaves Brackman ft. Ker wharf.
Now Westminster, Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday at 8 a. m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday. Friday and Sunday at 7 a. m.
Fnr rates and particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT CO.
NEW   WESTMIN3TER.   3.  C.
R. WHITMORF, Secretary.
CURTIS'
Drug Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
f .s.���Can give you better value
! spectacles than others.
I specialty ot this Um*,
We make a
time at any rate will        ���
for them ,. tice to this
vai',-'
The membi i - ol the chll
fund Bpenl a pleasant daj on Saturday al Second beach, \ am i uvi go
ing over bj special cai al 9 0 a.m.
The daj was Bpenl In games and
bathing -u the beach, while refresh
were th iroughlj enjoyed. The
a Cai I ; al 7 p.m. and the chll-
.i . ,i came back to the ,-p tired but
happy from the ,1 ly's enjoj men'
I
There will be no fisheries building
at  the exhi iltlon  this year,  -is    the:
vai lous lumbei men do noi feel them-1
selves able to contribute lumber  foi
purpose this year, but it is hoped'
, ive it   completed by next  yeai i
The '-alls on  them have  I n
so incessant,  and  business  so  poor,
.   ,,  ilie proposition had to be posl
n   i    There will be a fisheries |*,v-
ia usu il in th" buildings.
British i olumbia has a fine oham
el togi i i' i    a   champion hockej
'  in  Nelson uni  go    after    the
nli v cup ihis j ear    In I .ester and
Fran!   Patrick that city has two Btick
artists who t-in-'K second to none  among
hockeylsts ln Canada.   Then the team
- wo crackerjacks In   Han-.',    and |
\, ','" Bishop.   Onlj  three more are
a led to make up a full team, and
Lester Patrick Is now al the coast en
deavoring to arrange for this.
A visitor to the city is Maurice Al-
ford, who is a guest at ihe Russell
hotel. Mr. Alford has been -several
years In the country, bus a thorough
experience of hydrograph and marine
work generally and enjoys the confidence of men who are experts in
these lines. Having left the east, he
thinks of settling in one of the coast
towns in some'line connected with his
profession. Before doing so h��- will
visit Prince Rupert and other growing
centres.
Aa was expected, the South Vancouver municipal taxpayers turned
down the $300,000 new waterworks bj*-
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Lloyd's Auto
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I CAN WRITE YOU A SPECIAL POLICY ON YOUR AUTOMOBILE. PROTECTING YOUR MACHINE AGAINST FIRE. EX
PLOSION. LIGHTNING, COLLISION, THEFT OR PILFERAGE,
OF ANY KIND OF DAMAGE. AND IT COVERS NO MATTER
WHERE  YOUR MACHINE  IS   LOCATED  OR   TRAVELLING.
IT IS THE LATEST IN AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE AND I
WILL BE PLEASED TO GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS IF
YOU   CALL.  PHONE OR  WRITE.
THE RATES ARE EXCEPTIONALLY REASONABLE.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy* Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,  septpmb
'9ce.
���clTarr   the   Man   V. Iio   DlOWl    Stnaba
Tin oni_.li Hi_ No.trlla.
_V popular practice of manj -*mol_ers
consists in discharging the smoke in
hnlc.l. especially from cigarettes,
through the nostrils. This ls even
Considered bj Borne to be essential to
the full enjoyment of the flavor of tha
tobacco.
The London Lancet, while acknowl
edging tlmt perhaps under ordinarj
circumstances no harm Is done to tli*
smoker save to his sense of smell. Iia��
Bonn,led a note of warning against th��
habit ns a possible disseminator of dis
ease. liny fever and other annoying
com;ilnhits have been spread through
unsuspecting households by tbe nn
thinklng visitor who habitually blew
imoke through bis nose.
The surface traversed by the tobacco
���moke before Issuing from the nose, lt
ls remarked by the Lancet, is moistened with the natural secretion of the
mucous membrane lining it, and this
secretion is mingled with the fluid discharged from the conjunctival sac pr��
tecting the eyes. It therefore contains
numerous micro organisms, which
floating In the air, have become attach
ed to the moist and stick surface o'
tbe conjunctiva, as well ns those which
pass over the surface of the nasal
membrane. As Tyndall long ago showed, germs are completely filtered ofl
from the air Inhaled by the extensive
���nd Irregular surfaces presented by
the turblual bones. These germs are
carried into the air by the man who
blows smoke through his nostrils.
SUN
^���^^ Follow dii
rections
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. j
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B C
Canadian Pacific Railway
���rltlsh Columbia Co      .
Co,
Five Cents A Bar
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
A SENSE OF DIRECTION.
Tkc Prime Krqul.itr For Mm lilac ���
True Woolinu.
A sense of direction I should name
as the prime requisite for him wh��
would become a true woodsman, do-
pending on himself rather than OS
guides. The faculty Is largely developed of course by much practice, but
It must be Inborn. Some men posseoi
lt; others do not ���just as some met
have a mathematical bent, while to
others figures are always a despair. It
li a sort of extra, having nothing to
do with criterious of intelligence ot
mental development, like the repeater
movement ln a watch. A highly educated, cultured man may lack it; tho
roughest possess lt. Some who havo
never been in the woods or mountain!
acquire ln the space of a vacation ���
fair facility at picking a way, and I
hare met a few who have spent their
liven ou the prospect trail and wbo
were sti!. and always would be a*
helpless as thu newest city dweller.
It ls a gift, a talent, lf you have it*
tiniest germ you can become a traveler of the wide and lonely place*.
If you have lt not you may as well
leslgn yourself to guides.-Stewart Edward White iu Outing Magazine.
Liberal Convention
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Pair),
Iin the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. m., for the purpose
of nominating a candidate in the interests of the I
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.
J. W. MacDonald, President,
W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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Science nml   Morality.
The true student of the professional
or technical school becomes heir to a
comprehensive and clear understanding of his duties and responsibilities In
his relations to his fellow men and to
the community. Those duties and re-
���ponsibilities present themselves to his
trained mind in their real proportion,
lie is neither nondeveloped nor inalde-
veloped iu his judgment vt affairs, ills
university training, especially iu tho
technical school, has taught him accuracy and penetration in the analysis of
any proposition confronting him and
that truth and knowledge must, bo
sought with the directness of a plumb
line. Science j lelds nothing but con.
fnslon to the shifty, devious and dishonest inquirer. The fundamentals ot
morality are the very stepping stones
to technical success or professional at
talnnieiit.���Scientific American.
The  Hellbender.
"There's no reason why the hellbender shouldn't be good to eat," said
a scientist "Its principal food is the
crayfish, the same us the principal
food for bass. The hellbinder belongs
to the .-.'tine family ef amphibians ai
the  tvi'z and  is  very  closely  related.
Both ; r ed  from  the egg,  and
both   ; o tgh  the  tadpole stags
i . ig   maturity.    The   hell-
bendei Ightj fine fish, as any one
can ; elf if be v.iii conquel
bis i ....'. version." The hellbender
ls for.,..; principally in streams about
the foQlhi Is of the Alleghany moun-
tains.
The Saddle,
Early Greeks and I;,,mans rode
horse- bareback. They regarded It a*<
effeminate to ride In a -addle. TIjw
modern saddlp, with pommel, cruppes
Kiel stirrups, was unknown to the an-
cienft. Nero gave out fancy coverings
to bis cavalry, and the bareback riders
of tlio German forests used to laugh af
them Baddies with trees came into
nso lb the fourth century, stirrups
three Oonturies later.
All Iron Wringers
With guarantee rollers made of the highest grade Para rubber
Wi have th? wood frames with enclosed cogs. In washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century. Re-acting, and other
:      es,    Call and see our line..  ���
T.  J.  Trapp  &  Co.,   Limited
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PRICE
For Pleasure and Profit.
$1.25
! J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers Stationers News Dealers
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Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. ana   Fifth Avenue
PHONE .-,70.
BOWELL &  ODDY, Proprletcr*
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door,   from   Ceo. Adam*,  Grocet
Ladles' Gold Watcnes  from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watch"    open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
\rctic Expedition,    ill warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jeweiry, etc.. etc.
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
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 or her request in writing, signed with his or
her name, and shall deliver or cause
same to be delivered, to the City Clerk
within the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's Office, City Hall, New
Westminster, Sept. 4, 1908.
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
.ynop.is     of    Canadian     North-We.t
Homestead   Reguiations.
A-,y even numbered section of Do-I
minion lands ...  .Manitoba, Saskutch-j
ewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reservod, may he homesteaded by'
any person wbo is the sole head of a
family, or any male over IS years ol
age, to the extent oi one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must be
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency tor tbe district in which the
land is situate. Entry by prosy may,
however, lie made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to perforin the homestead duties under one
of the following plans**
ll) At least six months' residence
upon ami cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
U'i ,v. homesteader may, if he 60
d��sires, perform the required residence duties by living on farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
j ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.
(3) lf the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homesteader
Qas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in tbe vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) Tne term "vicinity" ln the two
.preceding   paragraphs   ls   defined    as
meaning not more tUan nine miles In
a direct line, exclusive o' the width
of road allowances crossed in '.he
measurement.
(5) A homesleadei intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice ln writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W.  W.  CORY.
Deputy of the Minister o' the Interior
N. B.���Unautnortzea rJblicatlon of
this advertisement will not he paid
for.
TIME TAB11
SKAGWAY R0UT1:
Princess    Maj *
September ;,,   ,
VANCOUVER    ViC
ROUTE.
Prince,..,  Victoria
0 I-*11-*- dally. exi
SEATTLE
Vancouver
VAN��OUVER..V.CTOR.A''RnilT
Princess Victoria lea    \R��UTP-
..:,  > aiaCo;,....
daily excepi T ,    .
���U.CQUV6,
p.m
S^amwCharm        t
Princess Royal al -,    .���   ,,*'
cept Wednesday '     y u*
VANCOUVER--SEATTLE R0UTf
Steamer  Prlnci *
a.m. daily, excep, g . ��������
for Seattle. -waMonm,
Tenders are called for the plumbing of the new West. End school
house. Plans and specifioittious
can be seen al the City Hall.
Tenders musl be made on form supplied and as noted on specifications.
A chequi for 10 per cent, of value of
contract must accompany tender, the
same to be forfeited if contractor refuses to accept contract. Tenders musl
be In the hands of the secretary of
the school board nol later than twleve
noon, Mon,i.i:. 2161 of September, 1908. i
Lowest or any t< ndi r not necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LEN NIK,
Secretary.
'IVlllfflEePEl
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS,
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Next sailings of the Lmpresses
S< pt,  I and IS.
For  other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent
On Sundays ]���lv,.  v ,,,,,A1,n
for Seattle via Vict. ,!t'
WESTMINSTER.VICTORIA   R0UT
S.S. Trader will leavi  Victoria u
New Westminster every Tuesday
Leaves New We   .       .    on "
nesday.
WEST   COAST   rquTE
SS- Tee��
Leaves Victoria n p.m - ��� ;,>,,(
and 20th of each month for Ciayoquo-
Mosquito Harbor and waji ports��� m
of each month for Quatsino an.l war
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuet
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports '
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
LeaveB Vancouver i.;:o p.m. ij;,,
except  Sunday.    Leaves  Nanatoo k
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO,  .   NANAIMO.
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE,
8.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; v.
rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday I p. ffll.
arrives Victoria 9 p. ni.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
FTorn Victoria 8 n.m. every YVeiiM.
day. form Vancouver 10 a.m. for above
and Intermediate points. R��.-turnlng to
Vancouver Sunday aftern,,o_; Victoria
Monday morning, via Ladysmith.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd  ind    tl nil
every month at 8 p.m.
UP RIVER
Beaver���
From   .New   Westminster  U ndt]
! Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tui   la , Thursdt]
j and Saturday.
	
For   reservations   an.   mrnriadoi|
, call or address
BID  GOTTLET,
Agent, New Westminster,
K   J   COYLE
-'.isi. Oen.  Pass   Ai;,-''. Van     <*"
J   W. TROUP,
U��-iiH!-iil Sniierln'.er.iipiit. Victoria.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Mail Service
If you  wanl   to    enjoy    your   trip
across the continent-
Travel by the Scenic    Railway   of
America.
Through  Dining Tourist and Firtt-
Cla      Sleeping Cars.
Eai ti rn Express lea ������    at 7:15.
Atlantic Expret s leaves al 17:25,
For furthi :��� particulars and reservations apply
I'D. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to K. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt.   v->i-,-ouv,<r.
klanitln* nnd Slntnu.
David Slowpay���I shall britiK yam
back those dark trousers to tie reseat
ed. Mr. Snip. You know I sit n good
deal. Mr. Snip (tailor)���All right, and
If you'll bring the bill I sent you sli
montbs ago I wlll be pleased to r*
eetpt that also. You know I've stood ��
food deal.-London Tit-Bits.
Properly  -.Hunted.
"*T*-M��t may say what they !__:���
against hlin," said the connoted one's
defender, "Thii bis heart is ln the right
fline.*"
"Ten." assented tbe other, "and so Is
lbe rest of him for a fe*w yoars."
Practieatl.
"Wbut did she say wl.en nlie heat
*v uas dead In Jove with ber'/"
��� She wanted ?,, kn��w if _ae cnrrlct
��*�� nr* l*__rorath>e.''���N*w Yoria TIium
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I        The Fraser Valley Nurseries
J    have for tlie coming snason a very complete line of
��� NURSERY   STOCK
��� Make no mistake, 'nit start your orchard right, by buying from ,\
��� HOME NURSERY, where you are not bothered  wilh fumigation    as
J well as getting acclimated trees.   We have over 200,000 fruit trees and
��� can handle yonr order, no matter what the size,    lf we    have    no
��� agent in your locality, write to us at Burnaby Lake f,*r prices
2 NURSERY AND GROUNDS, BURNABY LAKE. B. C.
*>
t    The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
******************************************^m***ti^mtt*y.
ADVERTISE  IN THE~NEW51
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneor 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, Milwaukee A .St. F;njl Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and .'lie v- -;rs on alll their tr.-fins and
<ive >��� i ., trons an excellence of
lervi.:    :,   , btainable elsewhere.
,-i. s. ROV'F. General Agent. |
134 Third St.. cor A>t��r   "Portland. Or.
Vim-oir.-er   B. C
WHEN  GOING EAST
*SK THE TICKET AGENT
TC) SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
fright Trains Every Unv in the Yes'
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  ()_���   FAME
'THI*    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
' Embodies the newest    and hest idea?
Tor   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
jand LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the rami
.brilliantly illuminated train in Ihe
j world. The equipment consists of
! private compartment cars, standard
1 16 section sleeper', luxurious dining
car, rtclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders, or  any
1 further information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Arenue. Seattle. Wash
60   YEARS-
EXPERIENCE
ft-r       ADVERTISE      �������
��� IN ���
THE      DAILv      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
tr      ADVERTISE      "Ki
- ��N ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
FOR BIG RESULTS,
Trade Marks
Designs
  Copyrights Ac.
Ai-rono scndlnir a aketob and dsiotlntlon m��y
Quickly iiacortaln our opinion fruu wbolhsr an
lnvi'till,,-- l��proDfti,lT)mi,_iitiii,l_.
  ... ... _����� 1 m n/inHili.i.f ���.. I      UMIinDfi
tj.rrUH .wrier., wn nouu cuurRe, in the
Scientific American.
A hRnrtf.,i��<-lT UluHtrotMl w.'i.iUy.   V.n-t rt <��� r-
ru'i-tiun -.f any iolentlflo joim,,,:.    _  , j",,
Canada, *;;.*', a year, poataae prapuio,   i-,uij t,
all m'V'.('.iiiiiim.
Jj-_.:,(.���_. CWXs* SB 1' HU Wa���li...,:e.;,   jS.t%
Dispatched by C. r. H train at V.n
a.m.; close 6:30.
Sumas and Seattle, via Hunting*.:*
dally.
Millside No.   l,  dailj   ��� i - - im'
day;   Sapperton   No.   I,   lally exwpt
Sunday.   Malls received     '���     ���1*B
Dispatched  by ll. C. Ele trie I W
Co., 0;;iu a.m.
Vancouver, .N'o.  1,  dailyeJ ���   ";
daj s.   Return mall rect-iv��d 1 ���������'���
Vancouver,    No.    I,   and
Lake;  oloses al   1:30
cepl  Sunday.    Return
a* 6:30 p.m.
Dl ipatched by C. P. n
p.m., mail closi
Calgary and Vancouvi r, N
P. H. lirst mall). Re
at 10:30 a.m.
C. P. R. No. 2, 6:
ol Lytton, i xa pi
Harrison    Hot   Sprin
Junction, Lytton, Hurt l
Haney going on mot
Sapperton,  No,  2;
Coquitlam, daily exci pt
turn mail received ai
Dispatched by carrier 12
Tlmberland, Straw erry Hill   ' ���*
.lays ami Fridays,   Return   main
ceived Tuesdays and Fri  '?���
All down river points via Vam  ���'
except Sunbury,
Sunburry.     Mondays,   VS'edne*��
and Fridays;  leaves 11  ���lI"-
Dlspatched by carrier. i:13 .'��� a\
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p &������ ^
To southern    points,   daily 6*
Sunday.    Return mail  H !'��� n'- ....
Clayton,  Tuesdays .and   t""-
, c.ii'irJa!'.
Mondays, Wednesdays and ����'
Tvnehead,    Wednesdays and B��-
i Viiii1!;!'*
days.   Return mall received �����
and Fridays. _       ..
Dispatched by Q.N.R. "i'l"^4''   ,,'
BonW
Cloverdale, NlcomeW
Hazelmere, Mall's Prairie,
cord, Blaine and Seattle (�����' ' '.{i
in Washington and south, �� tf
points in eastern States), l *j
oept Sunday.   Return tnalU re
, ... "
and Saturdays. '>���" tfO'
ND*Y
8EPTEMBER 1*>.  1908.
THE DAJ.-L.I
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YOUR
BUSINESS
NEEDS
HEP
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"	
Advertising
���f IS**
COSTS MONEY
Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly i f usino. certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in i end
would be that there is only one really -
nerative advertising medium.
jJxeDaily Paper
Reaches customers past, present an .
pective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, sti
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
The
DAILY
NEWS
B
We
print
ac
k
ranging    in
size
from
one
line
to
double
page
SEE OUR ADVERTISING MANAGER EOR RATES
If
YOU   WANT  A   HOUSE
YOU WANT A FARM
YOU  WANT CUSTOMERS
YOU WANT MORE CUSTOMERS
TRY
A
SMALL AD.
A
DISPLAY   AD.
A
LARGE AD.
A
LARGER  AD.
See Our
Ad. Man
For
Rates
The other fellow wants what you have or has what yon want
witb   bim
To
get   in   toucb
use space in Tbe Daily News
Tliis   Little   Story   Comes
Newspaper
Advertising
Best
rom   Toronto :
The R��t-"1 Merchants' AsBocia-
tion ot Chatham Is a level-headed
organisation, .vt. a recent meet-
Ins newspaper advertising was
discussed, and the general opinion
of the members was that news-
paper advertising was the best, an.l
program ���* "thBr ->*-vertislns ot
that class was almost useless.
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THE COUNTRY  HOUSE.
INDIGENT HINDlft DESIRE
DEPORTATION TO ORIENT
ILL ET
VWDERED
Destitute Want to  Return  Before  Bad
Weather Sets In���Many Will Reside in  Hong  Kong.
R-r-sdy  for Use tn Any Quantity.
Fnr miking SOAP, softening water, removing '.I.l pnlnt. <ll��ln1ectln(t "Ink., cloiet.
���n.l 'Inilns anrl (,,r mnny other purposes.
A can equal;. >i, pounds Sal Soda.
SOLD   EVERYWHERE.
E.W.GlLLETT??r^
TORONTO.ONT.
4      Hooiii       .ji-irt      I'l.nl     Slmnlil      B.
Known a. <��_.��� "Ofllce."
The 'nost prlvatel)   conducted houi��
anil-' communicate witl       Bing fee
quency with the world outside. Thr
coal man. the Ice man, thu pit,-mobile
repntr Bhop must be upbraided or ca
joifi Reporl musl be reviewed, ac
eouuts  kept, bills  examined  and  the
senders   occasl illy   treated   with   a
check, rrom a room removed from
tlie resi of the bouse one must speak
with the railway station, settle with
rh,- expressman or deliberate with ths
chauffeur o oaehmau for none of
thesi   things should dl turb the tran
ty of the home or the eauanamitj I reared   :!   "    b'"
*���   .-ue. is,    li the bouse Is tn mlnlstei   .   :.  li   Van. where     'elve men
to all  the activities of a home it Is   .,.,,.��� .,,,,,;,., ... .,,. medl<.al immigra-
tlme that space be devoted to this | ,.,.     :,     M.Unro, to be placed
���
on of Hii '  tl    ',
ch ��� luring   tl
damp   cli-
���oves frequent .   fatal  to men
Notice
:
:
Notice is hi that th<  '. an
COUVI
���  Land Ret -
trj  Offlc    it the City o
mint
and
tron
two, i ���     ���
\ v. er, to Ah
es   i
Sur ..:..,,.
the.   ownsiti '��� d  in
\. ���.   v.*..-tn Inster,   ' ���
Bectioi ������   and       ee ol
rail*       is shown on the said plan and
, mechanism nf living For wnnt of a i
better term a room devoted to such n
purpose may be called the "office" of
the house. Here the telephone stands
on n table thnt hears also the rnis-
cellaneous utensils and printed matter
thnt are always wanted In a house
when they rannot be found. Here ore
cookbooks, gardening books, diction
arles, time tables, while a few old
plates, a cast v two. bits of Dresden,
water colors mid a few cherished pho-
tographs relieve an otherwise hum
drum collection of necessities. Here
arriving parcels are placed and the ,,Ull ,
dally mall opened, Mysterious cup
t ��� 'da then nre and drawers witSu
li   k . thru work.���-Indoors and Out
A CONTRAST.
Frrm-h  n-nrt  !��� n|[11 all  Women  ���� Tli��t
Crosa a   Mndd)   street.
a Paris...ni:,. cross a nou,id-)
Street She advances tiptoe to th*
<��� ��� of the pavement, poises like a
ready for a flight, deftly raises
her dress more than enough to show i t
her embroidered skirt, the dainty hose
and elegant bottines, and without more
oi    he next 0    ��� ner.
These men, not having come
Iy from India, will only be carried as
far as Hong Kong       -.-��� ���>��� I heri
���   colonies  ot   Hindus,  and   II     is
probable thai  they  will  be con ������������ d
on the nexi empre     llnei which
from the Terminal Cit;     Mosl oi the
men oi I were out ol work and
dependent  on - ui
uppo ��� roach ol    ��� < I
weathi in ���������    i '' ,lff.
will   doi '     foi
volunl ��� : il Ion.
Work ��� ���       ���
������ trnln ter, ai
......
���   ���  m in
il,,.    dei perati a'digei
.
IgO, \\ I'll tl     o     ���
big mill shor I
of work foi -
-
v ihe Chiei del ��� she trips across, toe and heel
barely touching nnd the mud refusing
to .in-, to the fairy feet that hardly
le ������ an impression on it. Landed on
the other side, she gives her fine feathers a little shake into place and passes
on with shoes that look as if just pm
on at that moment.
Watch an Englishwoman i-mmediato
Ij-  afterward.    She  reaches  the curb
���ton.', comes to a dead standstill and
stolidly , oi.-.������ iplates the muddy road
Finally   she   selects   a  route.     Then
very   cauti. ��� ���:���    she  lifts   her  dress,
makiae   sure   that   ihe   tops   of   her
nh'-ies   are   under   cover;   then,   slowlj
advanclns. she puts her m\\r foot out
Plump tt goes, the water oozing ovei
It. and then splash, splash, splash, un-
til   the  other   Bide   Is   rea,-ivi    when.
! with   soiled  skins  and  soaked   shoes
i she proceeds on  her  wet  and  muddy
way.
Nothing could be more characteristt;
I of  their  respective  nationalities   ann
i nothing could be more amusing than
i their  mutual  contempt   tor each oth
* er's    ways.  ��� Translated    From    th*
French For St. Louis Republic
Commh      er of i.an-ls and Works fo
the i -������'.:������  ,    British Columbia.
D_-' 'th day nf August, A. D
1908
A. B. BECK,
So. - the  Vancouver  Power
��� I Company Lint I
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCRORSf ATLIN,
WH I 'I Hi )RSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily train* (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail.
expre=�� nnd freight connect with
��tagf- at Carcross and White Horse.
maintaining a through winter service
Foi  information *^pplv to
I    H    ROGERS,   traffic   Managet
��� Grand Trunk Ry.
��� '   Excellent Train Service Between
��� Chicago, London,
J |       Hamilton, Toronto,
��� Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
M<-n'�� Hat* anil Women**  Veil*
"I   see   here   that   a   woman   writer
wonders why a  man always looks ln
his hat before lie puts ii on." said thi
reflective  man  ns he looked  up  from
his   paper.    "Here  Is  what  she  says
���When a nin�� puts on his hat he most
always looki.   Inside lt  firM.   What  he
expects to sop remains a mystery, but
he lookB for lt,  all the same;    That's
easy.   He looks In his hat to see if the
knot holding the inside band together
will be at the back of his head when
he puts It otv   Now, If shell tell me
why a woman always pulls down bet
,   ,,   ,        .    .    , .     . t| veil and purses up her mouth before
And all the principal business centers of ^  o(  _loors   we,���  pa���  ���
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL    gqusrB��__.N(_w York Press.
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via .Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adilress
GEO.  W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, ll.fi A.iams St.. Chicago. 111.
Trains & Steamers
4<H^H
CP.R.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7:1",, 8:35,
17:25 and 19:35.
���\rrlve  at    New  Westminster 9:20, j
10:30, 18:35 and 20:40.
Overland  express  arrives, at  10:30,)
ml 20:40;  leaves 7:1 r, and 17:2">.
Slilf WhUkere.
In her last novel, "The Dream an��
the Business," Mrs, Cralgle, I regret te
i note, used the expression "side whisk
' ers." The redundant 'side" Is to Im
I found also In Meredith. Dickens, ths
greater Rlehardsota, Bronte, ('nine
I Corelll. S.m* and Shorter. As a matter
I of fact, unless otherwise stated, the
least Intelligent reader would take It
for granted that the -whiskers were
worn on the side of the face, ns Indeed
1 is the usual prne :e. The terns "Up
whisker" (mustaci and "chin whisk-
j er" (beardette) are Ami rtcanlsma,���
, Pall Mall Gar.ette.
+"************+*���.	
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
i.v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 o.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. N. W,  12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:16
a in.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. . ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:2..  p.m., ar. N. W. 9:66
p in.
l.v   Seattle ll;80 p.m. ar. M, W, 6:80
i  in.
V..  W. ft *.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 0:20 a.m.. 8 p.m., and 9.55
p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8:35  a.m., 4 p.m. and
; 11:30 p.m.
\
O. N. R.���PORT OTHCHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrlv Oulchon 6 p.m.  Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Leave Guichon 6:30 a.m., arrive New
I Westminster 8:45, Mondays, Wednes-
| days and Fridays.
j    B. C. ELECTRIC���VANOOUVKR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50. 6:20,
fi:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
hour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lt. Vancouver (or Westminster nt
5:50, 6:60, 7:20 and halt fcwrly tlU
11:30 p.m. ...
Jant Lib*  *���*���**.
The   Hev.   Walter   f'olton,  author  ot
"Ship   and   Shore"   and  other  books,
gave a most forclbl* Illustration of the
character  of  an  offl--cr on  board  the
i ship to which lie was attached as chaplain   Tne officer was always meddling
with other people's business and  was
seldom In his own place.  Consequently
i he was most unpopular with the sail
, ors.   One of them, goaded to unusual
i Irritation, said one day, "I do believe
! that   nt   the   general   resurrection   the
lieutenant wlll be found getting out ml
somebody else's gr��ve."
BURNABY    COUNCIL.
A  meeting of the council was held
in the municipal hall on Saturaaj with
Reeve  Bryne and   all  the councill
present.
Contracts.
The contract for grading Cameron
road was awarded to T, Cherrj at
$4.50 per chain. Slashing Cameron
road to G. W. Hardj at $3.00 per
chain
Clearing  and    grading    Greenwood
drive  in  three sections  was  awarded
to   Allan   Meads  at   $18.50, $10.50  and
$12.50   per chain respectiely.
Laying    puncheon  on  the   Avalon
I   was   awarded  to   1)   Phllpbt   at
$9.50 per chain,
Regradlng four ch di
      led to .1. Moon ai   * "���'
pei  ' hain,
,     ,      . -,.,,     ,.    ,    ..     ij:,,    fly,     ,.;, ,-������
Vnderson   ro id  was   aw  T.
Cherry at  $12.00 per chain,
Specifications foi Bi j ne roa ! ditch,
approved an I II w as decided to let
I wi ntj chains north from the rail ��� i*
to Mr. Penn , at $2 50   i i chain.
Clearing I gi adlng pot tion of Lillooet si reet v as awar It i to W. Whit
lug :ii  $9.90  i .a   chain.
Communications.
i .' mon Cot opening up ol ' aig
street north from Nev, Westminster,
v. ��� - referri i to Intermuniclpal commute io report
From B. G. Walkei J, P. enclosing
copy of letter received trom Attorney
General stating that all lines recevered
should ibecome part of the municipalities revenue In reply io an enqulrj ol
his relative to fine recovered under
Stark cast'.    Receied and filed.
The Reeve reported recipt of Information form Mr. McBride, Provincial
Government Road Superintendent,
stating that the Government would
contribute %'>''" toward construcion
of Jubilee road sotih of the park.
New   Station   Wanted.
The Clerk was Instructed to write
H. c. IC. R.v. Co. as to placing new
way station at   Wise road.
Councillor Anderson was to bring
in specification pt next meeting tor
grading portion of Pole bine road
north of the Hastings road.
Tenders were called for dine or ten
chains of puncheon on Ruse avenue;
clearing and grading Jubilee road
lOuth ofthe park In five chair sections
commencing ten chains from Boundary road: continuation of Prairie avenue, eastwards of fifteen chains; Fill
il Chlnman's bridge on Hastings mad.
A iiiim'ii'i* of accounts we're passed
for payment.
The Soft -Inaner.
"Johnny," said the stern parent, "mj
father used to whip me when I b*
haved at tbe table as badly as you ar��
doing."
"Well," rejoined the precoclom
younRster, "I hope I'll never have to
mnke a confession like that to my lltth
boys."���Chicago News.
K___eet .t Hlm** l.i.lmm-
Goodman Gonrong���Wake up, part
Wot ye groanin' about? Tuff old Knutt
(rubbing hla eyes)���Gosh, but I've hal
a horrible dream 1 I thought I'd ��s* a
Job <>' work an' wus doln' tht mant
eurln' fnr a octopus.���Chlcaf* Triton*-*
A Reet���iSI i m.
Supplicant Ini faint trom lack ol
food. Rich l_ady (generously)���How
truadfuli Hers, smell my vl
ALBERTA CONVICT ATTEMPTS
TO  EMULATE  BILL  MINER
Edmonton, Sept. it,-.���Some excite
rn, nt was caused at the Alberta penitentiary about lour o'clock yesterdaj
afternoon, when one of the prisoners,
John McDonald, made a break tor
liberty. Owing to the vigilance of
Warden McCauley and his assistants,
the fugitive was recaptured almost
immediately. He will be brought up
for trial at the supreme court shortly
on the charge of attempting to sscap*
from lawful custody.
.McDonald is serving a three, year
sentence for horse stealing near Calgary, and had only put in about three>
months of hla time.
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THE DAILY STEWS.
M0NDAY'   ��P7EMBER  14
P. 0. Box 474.       Tel. 63.       Res. 429
Estimates   Submitted.
Tenders Wanted
..Westminster.. Separate  tenders   will   be   received
Iron   Works ���    unciei-si..-*     <<> >-*���������2ut
" "" inst, at noon, tor the carpenter work,
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor. plumbing   and   painting of   new   Flre
Manufacturers of Hall,   to  be   buljl   at   the     Corner     of
Wrought   iron   Gates, i-ences,   Crest-1 First  streel and Fourth avenue. i
ings, Balcony Railings, and y]iin> lm(] S|K,(Hicatl..ns can be seen
Fire   Escapes.
-in No.  1   Fire Hall,
General Machine Work and    T!l., Iowes, or ...... tender M1 aeces.'
BLACKSMITHING |sarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
HAMAR GREENWOOD
ON IMPERIAL UNITY
Voices Oft-expressed Sentiments in Speech Before
Canadian Club at Victoria.
���*���*���.--*_���**"
Offlei and Works:
Tenth Streel,
New Westminster
i    City Hall. Sept, 10, 1908,
I
"SLATER
SHOES"
Our fall stock of
Slater's Shoes
are here. We have them
in all widths, colors and
sizes. There isn't any foot
we can't fit, from size 5 to
size 14. Every pair has our
guarantee���money refunded if not satisfactory.
Remember, this is the
GENUINE Slater, we having the sole agency for this
city. Ask for it, insist on
having it, and take no other.
Sold only by
W. L SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
Victoria, Sept. 13.��� llama: Greenwood, speaking befori., the Canadian
; ciu , yesterday afternoon, made another reference to Pole-Crew's criticisms of the imperial government, deprecating the id'-a of basing tiie union
of the empire on the shifting sands ot
I local potkical feeling ln the mother
[country, The future would be desperate, for the British empire if this were
its only foundation, lt would mean,.
that policy would be liable tn feha&ge
with each succeeding "party in power.
The unity nf the empire limst lie
rooted in unanimity and must be acceptable to all parts of the empire.
Al presenl the only practicable
basis for greater union is unity for
defence. Hero is identity of interest
for all. The great result of the co.ou-
ia) conference was the practical centralization, In case of war, of all the
fighting forces of the empire. The
speaker praised H aldane and the
colonial premiers for bringing this
about. While old England was often
criticized iby Canadians, they must
remember that the integrity aud
safety of the Dominion is maintained
land guaranteed by the British fleet at
: British expense.
Cochrane-Hartie Wedding.
The wedding took place yesterday
at the residence of J. C. Hartie, Bon
Accord, of his daughter, Miss H. May
Hartie, to Donald Cochrane, B.A., of
Princeton. II. C. The bridesmaid was
.Miss Havergal Atkins, and W. B.
Hartie, brother, of the bride, acted as
best man. Kev. Mr. Farrar, of Tyne-
head, performed the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Cochrane will take up their
residence at Princeton, where Mr.
Cochrane is principal of the school.
There were a number of friends of
the family at the reception held subsequently.
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160 acres   at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying this.
&
Dominion  Trust
Building
This is the sea.son to
cut your
CORD
WOOD
WE have a full line,
including Disston,
Shurly & Dietrich,
and other makes.
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Right.
I ANDERSON J
WHERE    TO    GO
to Make a Good Investment in
Fraser Valley Real Estate
Consult men who have been closely in touch
with New Westminster district for eighteen years,
and are IN A POSITION TO ADVISE.
..   SEE   US   ..
About a Fruit Farm
A Dairy Farm
Suburban Property
A Mixed Farm
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
REAL ESTATE      LOANS      ENDURANCE
Telephones   8S -1 053
& LUSBY
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westm nster
Fall M Min
Opening
Saturday, Sept. 12
Monday, Sept. 14
and following days.
We announce our grand opening display of up-
to-date Fall Millinery.
Our Millinery show rooms are
in charge of Miss Bennett, who
has lately arrived from the East in
company with Miss Andrews, who
is in charge of the Trimming department.
On display with the hundreds of New Trimmed
Hats are extensive ranges of
Ready-to-Wear Shapes
Trimmings
Feathers
Etc.
We  invite   your  inspection
during these opening clays.
WHEN THROUGH SEEING THE HATS,   VISIT THE READY-TO-WEAR
DEPARTMENT
AN    IMMENSE    RANGE   OE
New Coats, Suits, Skirts,  Blouses. Etc.
are now on display.    Become familiar with < ur various
departments ; they are alive to your interests at all times.
The Dress Goods Department
is busy these days.    The new Dress Goods have never sold faster with us.   We
will take pleasure in showing you the new fabrics during
these opening days.
I
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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