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 jite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
a FiTMlNSTER, B. C
lU'ME
SUMBEP.221
'SEP 26 (807        ^
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
ESTMINSTER, B�� C. WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER
r.'o;
"**i*W,
m
<-��.->
has PREPARE        SUCCESS ATTENDS
10 RECEIVE GUESTS    SURREY CENTRE FAIR
fan - forExhibiti- Exhibit Could Nut Be Ex-
Visit rs Better Than    cened Anywhere - New
��� *���
, C!TY   SOL,CITOR   GIVES  ADVICE LADIES   ENTERTAIN
ON  SOCIAL EVIL QUESTION AT WHIST  PAR"
legal s< r Uk
al evil in  thi*  city   was   dls-
T!h        mbers    I  Beulali   Reb< oiv��:i
Nn.  ... gave  .���  i leasant   ��im-'
THREE MILLION OVA     NORTHERN bANK Will
!    FOUND AT HARRISON   OPEN BRANCH IN CITY
)urmg
r previous Years. Westminster Judges.
the eommil ag ol to ��� num ���    ���    Mend, yestei   	
Id ��� . -.:���-:      tl i K of P ball, a o i
-     ���      ���    WcQuarri, tins down to t      card table.   HatcheiT Staff Busy StYur-  Offices  Secured   ill   DUDDnt
r, ...- in . ; special ������������ ��� ���    ���       - ' te < venlng was       . , ,, ,. .,.     ,
.   . may<    i id alder leasant Intercourse, foi �����
���   blntt       tothe manner in ed  by   the  whist   tournament,   when
���.-.   .. i   mm
.   will In��������� >
. nclal exhibition
.  civil  room-
en   al   I  ���   ���
��� :.e.y. and al
aken   to provl li
at '.' ast oni
���. ���'���    d
numl ��� . o
.   .    ms at the d -.
... _ . laiti rs ii tn lia
years past, i
��� eii    they wil! d<   j
gi    unde   witb
I   .'. 11]   al80  l' :.
New Wesmin ������
'   :     ing I ial
-,, e   i mo iation
i ii lion ' ���      tei keeper.   ���
[ .-.'..!,... oi plac-
��� osal of gui Bl
I rhat thei    wiM b   a
bi m Is admltti d I
boti iim ii contend
make   expenses* ' :���
|:,. that  tli* y are out Ol
ol the iin i. on thia
: ��� ���      indertaking.    A        ial
Ifaci ed tlie^ News yesti rd iy
| di n . would he |'l. ee a cot
: d one nf the n   -
l Ivan ���     ������ is that be was n< n i
I bj the occupant, as
| ��� ���   men   walk   boldly   up-
������ Bsion oi a cot in a
. and  turn  in.    Later on
I ���   assigned  this   . i
fn cot,        ������ b< ii shown up w  be
thi nvited    - [natter    bas
|' irni i obi or ce mpe i
 ling    which    leaves
between the hotel man
���  -        In anj case.
ir    be expen ���    ��� '
waa   the   reason    ad-
���   i   M.  Wii e,  propi Iel i  ���
as 'us reason for not
��� bostlery ihis yi ar,
.i i more l other with
with any other class
���-���. ' ul : ���' .'��� Ill have
i      ���     t.
' the Roya] City hotel,
he Will ask every one
-  to do i iie   up fo
|      ��� making room for fifty
ests  during    the    busy
h  vi   twenty or thirty
roughoul   'lis   e-tali-
:���:.'.
McD aaid, oi the Cbsmopoli-
-1 ie bi trenty cots fur
.  -ni  oi   guests,    The
i '. rooms, in the rear
nl    premises,    will   be
! dng quarters,   Mr. Mc-
lates thai he can provldi
r about one hundred
an ! boarders.
in, of the Guichon,  will
tt in bla est! Men-
secun i a large num-
���  rooms in houses
������ of liis bote i.
t, Windsoi  hotel, Cl :i-
Ine ease l accommoda-
ir will be sufficient
oi : be bi ason with-
OtS,     His   twelve'
complete I
I    ���   occupied  nexi
rhe Sum r was
:
���   -
���       igainsi  the bawdy the following captured prlaes:  Ladies
tisi e, tern In pot, Mrs   w. E. Kales.
tie ei     inti  i |   a thsjbooby  prise, Imitation ot Brat   prl*
lign.   vt"  McQuar- Miss   Gertrude   Spring;    gentleman's
difficult;   of ol enamel collar box, Robert Oor
'talnii      ��� ."   enl  ������*  len e   ol   vioia- i   ��� :    oo s   prists toothpick bolder,
���    a         ��� . .     ���                            ��� ���                              tes. and the work I'  W. 'Bi ggs,
���i                           ed a            overriding lessees and owners In An enjoys   i    lance,  In    which   ���
om                                                                    ..in oul the  listrlct.Mr, I         num <     ol   thi   Invited  gueeta
ml varb '.   McQu             ...'.. was   n<    so easj ;   i     Ipated,   brought   a   pleasant  e>
tmenU                           atten led   a task at       .  ���    ��� .1
ing Sockeye Eggs ��� Mc-
Phereon'a Body MiBsing.
Block���Savings Big Feature of Institution.
Ovi r .    lon .-.il:.'.> n ova bave
. . -. < i ied t the 1
. | tai rison lain . and
thai ;iie' numbei  gathi i d
N, w \\ eatmtnsti Is to have a
fourth banking Institution In the neat
future. Tha n rthern banli ol Win
nlpeg    i Ave  . r inches    In that  cit> i.
r  Surre; ���   and   i    -
ers attendi m     ���  .        Del
' a, X' \e.  Westi ���   '    iuver.
a :. .i . ��� .    : \' ���..      estmin
le acted  as  , i Igi ���
���  ���   .      ed nearlj
d   .    eties ol   ipptes
irs, i        some of the I
���   enl     ade.      i.
it.   Pi      ��� .. bwood   Jone
. Igi ei the fruit an i thi   poultry.
Jami ���   MoCulli ch, ol  Stevi    on, was
j . Ige of the  c ittle, ol   whii b  som<
ne specimens wi vn. 1 be
I rodui ���   waa judged        t;<
'���. dams   tnd  W.  J.  Mathei..    Mes si
Vdams and Mathei b a bo judge d
In and Held produi ��� St me fine
.' rsea wen on i tion and ati a it-
��� ; much attention. Mon . im< :��� Bi i -
of Delta, decidi I as t< the merits ol
the  horses.
\ large eoKe tion ��� : la n s1 work
-..as judged b) Mi s. i ������ irgi \.l mis
. nd .Mrs. David Walker ol this city.
The fair was opened by J. it i--- n-
ne ly, M. P., who delivered an Interesting address, arte: which John Olive , M. P, P., : De ' ;. a.i Iressi el the
assemblage.
.   .   to a  close.      The  next   whisi
nl   trill        held on Tue
r 29,
Tiie' .,     .    . iation will   ���  ���   tbi
Mr,   McQuarrie  and
ri'..  Garrett,^chairman ol   thi   po    ��� 	
'������   . and a  repo        I   their pro-    Mrs'   Rccert   Holcomb   of   Rapid   City
I be given al  the  nexl  m el Hurt While  Cl'asing  Coyotes.
Rapid City, S, D., Si pt 24.   win'.
I .    ;. coyotes ni ar ber home, Mrs,
Robei   ' [i Icom . wlfi ol a wel] known
���   .man,   was   badlj   Injured.    Mrs,
Holcomb's animal became frightened
ti I   . itched  headlong  Into a  barbed
'        ���     fl lie e     JilSt    lis    tlk     helllthls.    wlllCtl
and her husband were following,
a    seen!        Ml B,    11; ICOtnb    fell
Price Too High.
F   i   William  .om .  Si , I   24.���'1 he
gem    I < pinion  In tl        ty I bat tne
;." . ���  ��� ,| ��� ,  i-   t  vnhui for the
��� ������    railway In Port William for the
iin!   pari <���;  the franchise is a
big j    ���. bi in-   al   le isl  double what \ Struck
'..  would contem late paying.      i:1-'���  fractured her leg,
DOUBLE lAGIMi EVENT
SLUIKEB FOR THE FAIR
BRIDGE BUILT LAST TEAR
MUST NOW BE DISCARDED
MONTELIUS   PIANO   HOUSE
MAY OPEN BRANCH IN CITY
The- Monteliua lano b< ise, limited,
of Vancouvei, has,fee ired ten>| ��� i
quarters in the F.>. < - bloi h and bas
laid in a stock of Instruments. H.W.
Masters, manager of the sales de-
:��� ��� tmenl of the Bi m, Is In charge 11
the locai agency and will also have
charge of the largi ��� ti Ition of pi-
inos wbicb will I ave a plaa In the
i ���: ifacture -' ill ling during the
fair.
'.l".  Mas! rs   Infi rjpe i  a  News  re-
'i i: ter yes srdaj    thai    be    bellevi d
ther- is nil op] eee.      1   WO  king   Up
,i goo l btialni sa In this i Ity, and that
i! suitable quarter,    an bn   i btalne I,
Qr'm  mighl    open  a   permane il
. -  nch here.
Tl ���' Monti iie- ba    thi   B
Ish Columl la  agi bcj   I  r the fa io i
Bell, Armstrong, Bn ��������� ' ir, ami Lrach
ai i pianos.   The   ��� ������   tutonofe, manu-
.. :t ,.��� d bj  ';' i ��� eopl . li
thing entirelj  ne .. In piano con-1 ������ ai -
.   i    in a'. lition to the    egular b iard
operated by  thi    Infji rs,   the  Instru-
meni  has the  well known automatic
attachmenl    with    an    Improvement
feh   give    the  opi ral n   oomph te
ontrol of iii" time and volume.   The
rumenl  Is attna ting   i m Idi
��� tention.
Gate 8TB, ticket handlers, etc., |
wer.i e. einted at a Bpeoial meeting
of the b ird il control ��� >\ thf H. -\. i<-
I. bi '-le tj be '. lasl evening In thi
manager's office at Queen's park,
other   business ol  a   routing nature
im<   up for discussion and the mem-
were kept busy um ii afteT ele\
��� ���ii    .'       .mui; li ting arrangements.
Manager  Kearj   reported    to    the
boa  l that applli atlons  ba I bt Bn rt ���
celved   ti om  a  memoer of the  Vsm-
cei i. ��� :   ��� iai i'".''s club and a mi mb<
��� il  Vancouver Y
���..  i _���    oi  rai Ing   wit
S me montha previous to iTie> last
ii ne'iai election, in order to cap-
��� i e the packers' votes In th i dis
. the provincial governmenl hunt
ick trail from Haielton to Telk-
wn. completing it only a few nionths
5<     The pack trail crosses the Hag-
wilgeht canyon.situated near the junction of the Bulkley and Suskwa  riv
��� rs, and thi  governmenl at this point
.   '   a     : Idge,  pack  train  size.
At  thai  time it  was the Intention
,,   ..   , ,o i.i:. ." uu- pacii trail Into a wagon
|t|| ..    .���;���. i  al  the earliest  opportunity, but
this yt >.  will be a llttk   bettei  than with branches In Calgary, [fid ni onion,
I .    ase In as i I   ���       ' ���'' Vancouver,  Vie 01 .1 and other west
.   1   . .\   lays, the batcher) stall era cities, haa secured offie* quarters
...,-    ���    1            olectl ng the 1 ��a In m thia city and will opao for buatatt
empt)  .ni., the lake, within th<  next  treek or thereabouts
.Mil  while tbe absence    1  rain  ts to Th* In    tt   on secured thi' larva
��� ���..   exti ii   etarding I te ruu ol sal offlci   In the   ���    , ������ Duponi block, sr,
mon to llw           where thej usual x uated on the southeast iv>ime". of Colon 'i.   other hand th re havt umbia md M Kentie Btreet, whan f
Lieen  no  high  freshet             1      to J,  Pader, Me         Hale A  Lane and
contend with. other Brms have   ad their offices for
Hall   a  in llton  socke e ei ;b  were some' months,
lost w ilea the Is rr.. .   sai m" was de-     The Northern bank endeavored 'il
Btroyt i I'.*  an explosion oh ths   akt arrive at  an  agreemenl  with Junes
on Sept   it. when George McPherson Cunningham some months ago to take
met bit death   . drowning,   The bod; poateaaion ol the Cunningham  block
ol the unfortunate young man tuts no for business Quarters, bul the parties
yet been re       1   I, but thi    earch la were unable  to arrive fcl  an  undei
being carried on daily. standing, anei the Idea of opening In
The  deceased    was    .1   prominent New   w. itminstei    was  fo_r  ���  timf
menibi    ol the Harrison council m R dropped bj the bank, onlj to ba act
T. of T.. the members 1 1 which bodj ed  u ion   it  the  hist  opportunity  of
:< 1 to bold a '���' uncll of sor- securing Buitable Quarters,
rov. in memorj of their departed bro*     The Northern bank is introducing
th   ;  ��� ",  i riri.e  of this week. a  new  business  wrinkle Which Is xaitt
  ui be very objectionable to the oil
established Institutions This is 1
system of securing deposits which In
VOlvaS   the   distribution   Ot   small   sn\
iniw hiitihs anions tho working people, and encouraging them to depoill
their coin in tbs small metal hank ami
COAL   BORING COMMENCES
AT NANAIMO NEXT WEEK.
Xanaimo,   Sept.   ril     Mr.    Sandlor,!.
of Victoria, acting Por the Flumertelt
Interests, on the conl options h< m
near Nanaimo, will be here naxl week
to atari another bor< on tha propertj    inter deposit it In tho Northern bank
��� ��� the pack tral
���   I  al  the < arllesl  t
Instead of building the bridge  large
in  any  sums  from  $1   upwards,    The
Northern bank, i' is ako underwood,
will keep  lis office OD*D on Satiirilny
evenings,
The resources of this bank are al
the   service'   ol    farmers,   mantil'actin
��� ,  second oni   ers.  lutpottaM,   whoteiAle ami ratail
I'lmerlelt  propeit) ' nierchanls ami all other western .rii-'
Chand ei   in the event  for the coasl
championshfp.    They of course have '''   -'   '"  accommodate   wagons,   It
no Idea ol being able to keep up with waa   "'^   ll"n'   larK�� ����-����b   to   be
��� -  asl    algarj and Vancouver sprln ^���ctiosJly useless for any other than
,   . ,      ��� .     pack train purposes, nnd now thai It
but   are  mix ons    to    comp< te
, , .    ha -  I een eh'e 1.1 * -. 1 to leuilii the- �� igon
againsi 1 ach oth r and hat e suggest-
... ,       ,,  .        .  .,,     road, a new bridge has    to be con-
���   the races he all mu at  the
strui', I  close'  by Uie present   Btrue-
same time, ���
The I lea of having the doal le even
met      th the approval ol  the ni '��� 1
- ol the board, and 11   . as deel l<
.  ire the necesagry  arrsng toi ti
e foi pulling ii ofl.   A cup wil
given as a trophj in the .; inloi
Mr, Siiniiioiii is a diamond drill 1 it-
pert and left Victoria recently for
clue 1 go to secure a drill Bultabla tor
the purpose. A wire waa neoelv d
from him to laj thai he would arrive
next week.
The in;''' whti
to be Bunk mi thi
bene, will be placed about tw,i miles iness men. Money (kposlted wltj
west ol the prevlou bora on the line 1 his bank is used tor tho benefil and
of the property of Wm, Haslam and development ol the well excluilvelyi
Th,-. Oassidy on Haslam creek, The The capital steel,. ���iiy paid up,
Plumerfell Interests now oontrol sl , $1.2011.000.
out four thousand acrea in the Oe lai
district, if coal is found, as it li
almost certain to be, the property will
be  di i eloped  al  onec.
m
e in  ai 1 ount of the  continued
sn   tht r, the St. Alice hot* i. at  '���.
rison  lake, c mtlnues  to  In   crow le
Locai people recently
retume : - tate thai th< re ;s no vl lbl<
. 1    .1 iu the am i ly of fall : -
fishing   ontlnuing to be a ������ ������ real  ��� -
al tra J n as ever.
Thpsa : wo bi: Ige        11   pi actlcall.
, 1     ;���!  1,  abnn oned 1 ne of thi  historic   1 ridges of    Brltli h    Columbia,
is bul : ' y Indtons with ti le
.  " - ;������       1. mg aero ��� the north-
i"i   e 1  mtl J   \\ hen   the   riniTlca-Silecr- -
ia ^-  i-'i.i op    ti le [raph line was first
pro] 0 ed.      \\ li" n    the  Bcheme  was
c '.nnid, the Siwashes cut down 1 he
1 foT  miles, and used  it  In  the
. n -Hi "ion    of   a    rough    suspension
ridge, which has done duty over the
KINGSTON   FIRE   LOSSES
ARE   NOT   BEING   PAID
Angry   Citizens   Protest.
Whiting,  lie)..    Sepl   U     \    cltj
councl   meeting In this city waa bro
ken up lasl night by 300 tngry rii     English   Insurance  comjjiMlM   which
'���"i their way Into com   carried risks on the property fl/SttMj
Kings 1 n, Jamaica, Sept.  *ji.-  The,
chamber ol  01 mmenca    will  Un\^ tu
meeting on Tujs^aj '.',,r \]h-, purpose
of u*-ci,!ir!iit.  a   Ihivcoii   againsi   tbe
oil chamber to prevenl the pa aagi  ol
an  ordinance  granting  n   long term
pany.
Thi   : ropos  1 Pranchli 1  granted ex
elusive righta <ni the streets toi   ";|'
Hagwilgeht canyon up to in- present   yearg    m   , r)gh)  |n
'!
:- m. of the fire  le
a suggestion  j'estei
considering.    He
������ Bpace in the fire-
' 1 man or other party
ertake  to  provide cots
exhibition   visitors.
thai
I
will u
INDIANS WILL SURRENDER
RESERVE TO GOVERNMENT
Selkirk,  Man , Sept. 21     Ma con-
:��� ri nce held '-��� n     I ol ihe- In
dian chief an !      incilloi    of tin   ������'
Petera n      ������ ns 1 od Ch! I   :
tice Howell, P nl Pe : ������ , of 1!.' Indian department, an I Indl n In pe :
r Semmena and Indian Agenl U wIb,
I an arrangement was practically n
by which Un' in Hans In the St. Peters reserve sun n li . thi Ir reserve
to the government.
Patents wlll be Issued for the St.
Peters reserve Md sold by the governmenl for the benefit of the Indians.
Thev are allowed five years in which
STEAMER TELLUS
A COMPLETE WRECK
Norwegian Steamer Which
Ploughed Fraser Months
Ago is Broken in Two.
MANHUNTERS MEET
WITH HARD LUCK
Chase for Gun-ah-Noot May
Be Abandoned Because of
Lack of Provisions.
ed   In   the   lire   here'     following
earthquake, which now sei up
franchise to the Hammond, Whiting defense ln suits againsi them
^'"i Efl���'��� ''' ;     '    "" ' illway com | they in-.' mii liable owing i.e ths
endorsement  of 00 Insurance 1,
feeling againsi the oompanli 1
creasing daily,
cany  freight,
passengars and ��� xpres   'ami  to """
duct cn electric llghl plant,
fill.!      *\
tint
J   '
1 . -
M    I",
OPERATOR   SENT   TO   JAIL.
* The pi ovlnclal police expedll lon
iteamer Tellus, which, act     :      iptui 1  Simon  nana   noon,  and  1
Imi an.    both   ���   :    '  I
Tli
:.. to the following despatch, is n       othei    Ktsp
a- total lo3s, Is well known on  tl .    wrdereer . Is 11 1 turn oul fruit
Praser river, having been ��� ttgaged In
'���-���   the   fire   halls
I ,.;n,!Vl I1���,ltoberio move to their new homes.
]ru>"     ��� tered,    and    anyone      While the 0- : ol  surrender   ha
,: lankets who is willfcg ��<* been  ^^ned, an agreement ^wa.
agreed on bj  both -ides.   The Indian
representatives were    Chlel    Prince,
Harper   and
'or fair week  will  be
'.,'''"   ��� ��� a ������ ���,.i service.
1      K"'-i:i..   the
"y i
|'��8 Influx.
"���'��� running
'' '  11 ni
I--'/   '
week.    He will have
caterer,   is    also
preparations tor the
He will havi- four long
the  whole  lengtlfof
;|nel has engaged tne
"en waiters and wait-
mei
"11  Hie-
night stair.
Sept,  24.���The  will  of
Plnkerton, head of the
���''ii letectl
AI
tin
KUst 12
1 "let)
'""f ��.���{,.
've agency, who died
'he steamship Bremen,
''V-    It makes Oispo-
,     ���,���;;-���   ^��y .11 prop-
Counsellors    Williams,
Prince.
Want a Street Railway.
Kenora, Ont., s<'pt. 24.���A limited
company has been formed for the
promotion of an electric railway to
Pun from Kenora to Keewatin, and
thenc along Winnipeg river where
it will connect up with the Q. T. P.
The government has heen applied to
for land  necessary for the purpose,
and tli" town's power
will be utilized
miii
'�� widow, his son Al-
tughters.
tor thai object. Qreal Interesl i.s manifested iu the venture, as there should
,,. a |aTge amo nt of freight an! pas
senj er traffic.
the lumber trade for some- time',   si
lefl  the  Fraser  River  mills  with  -
deck load of lumber "or Nome a- oul
ten months ago.
!  ig through Pailu e to bi ��� lire provl
The ni >.i thing to famine con
iii ions prevails al  the head of navl
gatlon on the Ski ena river consequent
Was Pound on Duty In an Intoxicated
Condition.
Ottawa, Sept, 24.    \. J. Ryan, a 0,
i'.  l!   '��� legiaph operattn  on duty al
Vankli' It jlill. h is 1 1   1 nleuced 1 1
- e\ month   i 1 jail foi . siting
while on duty     Vfl agi nl o( the c	
a       ind  ���' .ui in charge 1 f the   ���-
tlon Incapable al attending to hi 1 li
; roperly   1 h   a< 1:' n ��Juh bi oui h
no |i r thc
 '     tor s i-'i   iffences ���
1 he lives ol -    1 engei 1 are 1
stake,
The Negro  In Not Dying  Out.
t'liii'.o'ee. Si pi 24, Fr  receni investigation, made bj the general Im
migration agenl of tha Illinois oon
tral railroad, the theory thai the ne
gro in the louth is dying oul I* com>
batted wiih figure., The agenl ha.
jusi made . tour of thirteen oountit.
in the -Tasoo 1 Mi..,) valley ami pe
port, ine'-1 ��� ; in iii,' negro ns weii
a. 1 in- ��hite population, The Bguri 1
.hovi 1 be ne fro population has In
01 ni led 68 1 '���; ' ������ni in seven ><��� 11 1,
and the �� hits 1 opulation 70 par oeni
The negro poi illation in IDOO wn 1
1 pro\ 840,417 an 1 In 1007 waa 388,399, Tin'
white 1 opulatl u ������ ���.������ii year, ago wb ���
88,788 and 1 ��� now 161,717,
He Dropped the Dynamite.
Mote-..-  Lake,  Minn,, Sepl    111     Whil.
upon the> wreck of tbe steamer North    ^nton Suista, n farmer, was tvrturningla political 1 iting In Longueuill,th.
Quebec  Wants  Ungava.
Montreal, Bept, 24,   11 was annbun-
coil   by   Pn tui'T   QouiO   yenlei'dav   ill
Aberdeen,   Wash.,    Sept,   24   Tn west, and tho accldenl to the .teamei
Norwegian steam Or TeMu., coal laden Haeleton, which pul thai boat oul of
from Nanalmo to Portland,has broken commission,
in two and with a cargo of four thou- id vice, from Haeelton are to th.
sand tons of coal Is a total loss. effeel thai the ponce expedition I.
Capi. Berg and the crew I. saved. I still at that point, having heen unable
The cargo and ship are Insured, It to proceed overland because no pro-
la reported the wreck was due te, a vision, could ba bought, The ou'tlooM
drifting buoy,
home
the
who was driving, did something noi
pleasing to hii father, who made him
gel mii uf tim wagon and told him Im
would he punished when they reached
The crew was paid off nm] Sent
home today, Capt. Berg has lefl the
scene, having abandoned till hope of
savln.i.' anything. The scene of the
wreck is at the north spit, nt the en-
1 ranee to dray's harbor,
A valuable bird iIok. owned by Tom
Kelly, was found poi.Oned early lust
week. The dog was highly Iraiiio'l
and considered one of the liest In the
city. "There is no clew as to the identity of the parties responsible for tin
outrage.
for the success of the intinlitinf Is ex-
treuioly poor, ns II Is umlllwly thai
supplies cnn he .hipped Id vouch the
party In les�� than n month. Th.
chase may have to he abandoned.
The people of Hazeiton and 1he Interior tributary to that point are far-
Inn a serious situation as regards fowl
supply for the winter. A number ot
orders for supplies have been forwarded from Vancouver, ami these will
haw* to be taken up the Skeena by
Indian canoes from Porl Essington.
The rate, of this primitive method of
ti importation are almost prohibitive.
wiih his family from t wedding 11 was purl of hi. programme to ma^e
hoy. aboul  tiiiii"en yi'iiti-i old | a demand for the annexation of Que*
bee of the Immense territory of fn
Ktiva.  which woulil  innke  11   Uie  iBfg
���It  province   In   the   Dominion,    Vu-
iiii'T dentin contend, thai Quebec hn
home,   The boy wenl ton neighbor the host righl to ihis territory, and
ami borrowed some dynamite wins
they wanted to blow out iionie SttttBp.,
He went a short distance, dropped
the dynamite and threw himself on 11
and was torn (o pieces.
Hot Steam in the Face.
Dauphin, Man., Sept. 24.���Yesterday-
afternoon   James  Bray    was    badtly
scalded about the head and face. He
was employe d In the C. N. R. shops
hore aj) a boiler maker's helper, and
was working on an engine, when one
'���     Stop  cacks  blew  out,  the es-
aping steam striking him on one Bide
���  the head.
that II. will he tM'ttor cared for hy the
province ihan hy the government al
Ottawa.
Moors Stop Couriers.
Tangier*, Sept. 24, Eighteen
mounted MoorB belonging to the (0*c*
gathered around Raisuli recently
stopped couriers of the diplomatic
corps, and after maltreating them.
released the couriers of British and
German legations without disturbing
the mail which they carried. The
Moors opened the mall bags belonging to tbe French legation and
possesion of all the contents.   ...
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDGES--!
*.  SEPT.
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DIAMONDS
We have two well appointed diamond rooms and the Largest display
of fine gems in the west.
Unexceptional buying advantages
by our diamond specialist direct from
the cullers, in purchasing large quantities for cash, render it possible for
us to offer our high quality stones
fre��m such low prices.
High-quality Is our watchword In
diamonds as in our many other lines;
you can feei assured of securing a
BOlid investment when dealing with
Birks.
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd,
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE  E   TROREY.  Managing Dirjctor-
CRITICS FAIL TO
FIND IMF FOR
IT
The following criticism of the musical melodrama which is to-night's
attraction at the Opera house, Is cull-
ed from the Tacoma Ledger:
' "Little Johnny Jones" made its record appearance on Tacoma turf at the
Tacoma theatre 'last evening and was
cheered lustily hy a most enthusiastic
audience. The playhouse, was fined;
boxes, luges, parquet and galleries
welcoming the return of the Cohan
musical melodrama, anil the S. It. O.
CITY OF NEWJESTMINSTER
Re   VOTC.RS'   LIST
Notice is hereby given that a court
wil! he held pursuant to the Voters'
List clauses of "Xew Westminster
Act, 1888," ami Amending Acts, by
the Hon- \ri Norman Hole, Judge of
the County Court. ;,t the Council
Chamber, City Hail, in ihis city, on
Tuesday, the 1st day of October, 1907,
at ll o'clock a.m.. to hear an.i determine such applications of which notice hin been given. All persons having business with the Court ate re-
quiiri,! i" attend at the said time and
place.   "���-
i By Order,     -
W. A- DUNCAiN,
City Clerk ami Clerk of said Court.
New Westminster, Sept. 21, 1907-
business  promises to be repeated tonight.
in its year's absence "Littlte John-
nj .lones" h,us lost nothing of the
freshness and charm which captivated
Tacoma audiences on its former visit.
The performance last night, in brilliant settings and capable casi. has
nothing to lose in comparison with
the production previously offered to
Tacomas; in fact, more ways than one
ee) the iirst company seen here. The
costumes are new and bright, the settings fresh and tiie chorus full of
ginger, ami from all appearances
"Little Johnny Jones" might -be in the
first year of its success instead of
I lie fifth.
Cohan was. to say the least, original
when he wrote a musical play with a
real plot. While light musical offerings have heen known to possess an
alleged pilot, in most instances strong
field glasses or a powerful micros-
cope should be necessary, should th"
inquisitive attempt to unearth ii. Not
so witli "Little Johnny Jones." iii
plot is sufficiently strong to win lhe
name of "musical melodrama" and
even without the catchy musical in rubers would he an interesting performance.
There are seventeen whistly songs
in "Little Johnny Jones" and While
popular choice has favored "Yankee
Doo-dle Boy," "(live My Regards to
Broadway" and "Good-bye Flo." there
are many others just a' tuneful ani
catchy.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
TENDERS   will   he   received   up  to
���    September 28th for the build-
:' a ! lition   to    Johnston's  .shoe
��� ���
Plans   ami   specifications    may   he
.a al offlce of i' -ii- ('low, architect,
.iinl ai John   on'    ���'.-���   store*.
Lo\ ni',   i .. ler not neci     tr
il}   acci ptetl
C   H   CLOW, Architect
\'   ..  VVesti ilnsl    , B-C, S    t. 20, 11)0".
Machinists'   Schedule  Settled.
Winnipeg, Sept. 24.���A basis for the
final settlement of the proposed new
schedule between the C.P.R. western
lines and the machinists, his been
reached. Though the whole schedule'
has nee', yet een drawn up, the most
Important items, hours of work and
wages, have keen decided upon,
it calls for a nine-hour day, and
wages are divided Into three classes,
according t'i location. In the shops
between Fort William and east of
Broadview, the wage.- will be i-ri
cents; from Broa Iview to cast of Kamloops, 15 cents; ani from Kamloops
to Vancouver, hoth Included.the wage;
will be ii'.. cent-; an hour.
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From Factory to Home  Our Motto1
COMMON SENSE TALK
ON PIANO PURCHASING
We want to talk seriously to every prospective Ra.
buyer in New Westminster and District.    Our y
ness is piano selling.   We manufacture Pianos |
sell them ourselves direct to you.   We are sell
more high grade Pianos now than ever before. TM
are reasons for this.   We own and control oui ol
retail stores.   When you buy from us you have
doubts as to whether the guarantee will be carri]
out.   There is no second party mixed up in the t
action, and no middle profits to protect.
Our line of Pianos in the most complete west of Toronto, we hand
seven other makes besides Mason & Risch, giving you thirty-five styles!
Pianos to choose from.    You can see in our immense stock any grade
Piano you wish.   There is no guess work.   Every piano has its p1 ice aj
grade.   You know absolusely what kind of piano it is.   We sell pianos at]
much lower price than they have ever been offered before in the west, \\
are ready to prove every statement made by us.   We want you to see
goods and get the prices.   Make no mistake, it will be a revelation to yj
We will have a large exhibit at the fair in the Industrial Kali. 1
exhibit has been forwarded from Toronto, and consists of the latest prod?
tions of the Mason & Risch Factories, and of the Aeolian company's four j
nola piano factories, Mew York.   Make our exhibit your meeting place.
Mason & Risch Piano Co. Lh
Piano Manufacturers
659 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
WHERE YOU BUY DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY ON EASY TERMS]|TO SUIT PURCHASER.--PH0NE1
Cleared    Lot
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for
$750.00
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE y GORDON  f
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Sireets
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400 crates; MUST be sold
Get your orders  in  early!
per crate   2Sc.    per crate
, T. S. ANNANDALE c^r
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It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a rcof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Wrie'e for prices. -:��� ���:��� :-
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
T. J.  TRAPP  &  CO.
Limited
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SHOEOLOGY
AT THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORE
La.lies' Fine Shoes from $2 50 up; I,'idles' Strong Shoes from $2 up;
Gents' Fine Shoes from $275 up; tlents' Strong Working Shoos
from  $2 50  up;   Hoys'  and Girls' School Hoots, $1-50 to $275.
SPECIAL���Ask   to  see the  Dick  Waterproof   Boots.    In   LA'dies',
ri' nts' and Hoys'. NOTE���You can dispense with rubbers when
wearing the  Dick  Shoe.    Sole  Agency:
The 0!d Country Boat Store,   -   Columbia St. |
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MACHINERY
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J.    STEWART,    Proprietor
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The Schaake Machine Works, LtclJj
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Nothing Excels
During the long winter months, tho GraphopHO*]
for passing away the long dull evenings. VVfi Ml
now a fine stock of Instruments, and over ''.'��� 0�� lcl
cords to select your music from. ,,
Also Edison Phonographs and Records, ,v 1'1
hia and Victor Records, Pianos, Organs. Musical J
struments, and Singer and Wheeler & Wilson sefl
ing machines.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Follow directions
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Advertisements
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AMUSEMENTS
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..ith Sunlight Soap and know hew perfectly a pure soap
J^ glean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
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t Cents A Bar
Use It In
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he Husky Shirt
L the Shirt for the Working Man ���
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We give a guarantee with every two of the
shirts we sell, wear them alternately, if they
wear out in one year, bring them back and
get your money back. The H. B. K, Co.
stand back of this guarantee; we stand
back of you.
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HILLIPSJ
The Wardrobe Clothier   !
Sole Agents for New Westminster ���
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FRY'SJOCOIATES
RYALL'SlUG STORE
fc<*X*layx.K*Z*>Z^^^^
\, Innlj eg,  Si   t. 24    Rotoi rl     ;l; i r-
i bgi 1, of Edmonton, who is engaged
in  .e  trl]   from that city to the G ill
y    In a i  -v boat, bag arrivi I
In the      ty  and is  spending   a   '- w
���       Tl      lan madi ���.   thi  tra-
������  Hi     In  E Im raton  was  to  d< scend
thl   Saskatchewan to Lake Winnipeg]
reai b I . - city by way ol the
e and the Red River.    From here
��� spi cte i ���       < ��� nd ihe- it.-1 River
so ii oe ot as tar a- It could be
wed in a row boat,   il'   I hen esti i to nn   ���     \- ������ tag the I ''ie l-
ol the Mississippi and to di -
ad the I ath. r ol Waters from thai
. ainl tn the em i.   After reai hlng ; be
Gulf, it wus   his intention   to   puss
-ii Mexico to the wesl coasi and
to  visit Ui.-  Angeles  and  San  Fran-
o on  the  way to Vancouver and
Prince   Rupert.    The  firsl   and  most
difficult   portion   of the  journey   has
now  I e< n completed.
Mr. Hoerschgen, in company ''rith
George Stark, also of Edmonton, left
that city on June 13th Last, and in
I . :i nix weeks reached Prince Al-
I rt, where th ��� two travellers spenl
ten days waiting for mail. They left
Prince Albert with representatives of
Revllkra Bros., who accompanied
them ai- far as Cumberland House.
Prom tliat poinl they came on alone
in the Pas Cedar Lake and (irand
Rapids. They shot the rapids under
the guidance of James McKay, cov-
��� Ing sev< n miles in twenty minutes.
Mr. McKay stated that the row oal I
was the smallest that in his ex, r-
le nce had ever shot these famous rapids,
On riie way down Lake Winnipeg,
:.;������ travellers followed the w-est shore
line. Stark fell ill at Snake Island
and it was necessary that they should
take a steamer at Selkirk. Hoers-
chgen would have ma,; _��� the complete
trip in the row boat if he could have
found a man to accompany him, but
no man was available. From Selkirk
be sailed the river to the city, arriving here yesterday.
As Mr. Stark is too ii'. to proceed
further  mi  the  journey.  Mr.  Hoers-
hgi n   I -   anxii u    to  timl   some one
w io  is  willing to  make the balance
��� '   the journey  with  him.    The  trip
is one which no one would undertake
for  pleasure  if  it  was    to  be    made
I alone.   Mr.  Hoerschgen    believes   it
I would be a great pleasure if two men
j were   t1   milk*1 it  together.    The travellers would reach New Orleans all  Ul
Christmas.   The entire ti'ip from Edii mte 'i <'n which three m nths were
-,-irj was made without n h tn p otl
i .mu i lose which occur in such journeys to all voyagers and  Mr.  Hoerschgen Hooks hack on it with pleasur
He   holies  to  leave  the  city   for the
gi uth in aboul a week.
Mr. Hoerschgen is of a titled German family. He is of excellent education, and iv at present seeing the
wi rid in his own way. He has made
trips similar to tlio present one in
many of the countries of Europe.
MOTHERS
often wonder why the boy or girl
is sn backward at school���ami
naturally feel disappointed that
the child is so dull; ilcu, too, the
loved one is subject to harsher treatment at school because he or she
seems so stupid- It may be the fault
of the child, or it may be the child
hue. defective eyesight and is thi re-
tore at a disadvantage because the
sight is not normal- What we want
to say tei the mother is: Send your
chibl to us. We will have our optician examine anil test the eyes to see
if the poor sight can not be Improved
by the use of glasses. We will be
nest with you and the child. If
glasses are not needed, we will tell
you so. The examinatiou and testing
will not cost you a cent. We have
tiie appllanc s for testing and correcting all kinds of poor Bight, .:: .
can su, ply glasses at your own price.
Our charges are about half what som ���
others charge- Our optical department is in charge of F- W. Heath,
graeluate optician, late of Ottawa. In
all cases satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded-
Curtis Drug
Spectacle    j
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B-   C.
WANTED���_..,(.   fir    piles.
O   Box 204, city.
wanted���Smart boy to work iu
printing office- Jackson A: Morrt-
BOn, printers, Daily News block.
WANTED���Housework for a Japanese boy, 16 years old- Apply P. O-
Pox 296.
WANTED���Female help, light work,
short hours- Apply New Method
Steam  Laundry, Columbia Street-
Apply    P.   ":""i-"i'""::>"i-ii="";"i:;"::i?:ii;
RICHARD   T-   LOVE,   Manager.
Greatest Attraction of the Year
WEDNESDAY
SEPT.
25th
WANTED���Work
by
experience
dressmaker- Address, Miss <���'. News
office-
STRAYED���To J. Keicheubach s re,.:-
���dence, Eighth street, red and white
mooley cow-   Apply above address.
We supply help of all kinds, no chargi
WBlephoae 1329, Canadian Pacinc
Employment agency, 000 Cordova
street W-, Vancouver, B- C.
WANTED���Hoard aud lodging by Norwegian lady. Terms no oSject, if
home suitable and surroundings
pleasant- Apply immediately at
Daily News office for particulars.
LOST���A gold filled watch, English
case, Under kindly return to T-
Gilford's jewelry store and obtai.i
reward,
TO LET���Two vacant lots for exhibition week. Fourth ave- near gates-
Apply to R- C- Purdy, confectioner,
Columbia street, next to tram office
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 35 Hastings St., W. next door to Palace-
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St..
between Third and Fourth Ave.:
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
& Co., Front  St.
G. M. Cohan's
GREAT   MUSICAL  PLAY
Little Johnny Jones
80   People���V6   Prize    Beauty   Chorus
Girls���2 Carloads of Scenery
There is  not    a    discordant    note
throughout the entire press.
Nothing Succeeds Like Success.
PRICES���50c, 75C, $1, $1.50
Owing to alterations in the Vancouver
Opera liouse, this threat attraction will
play here. Get tickets at Ryall's Drug
Store immediately.
��� NEW ���
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  of  Pender and  Hamilton  SU.
Malan & Ciawson, Managers-
/.   E.   TALES'
MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
I am thi  |d Qeer Furniture and House  Furnishings   Dealer,   Funeral
II ; Kii.lealmer. ami 1 will sell you anything in my llm cheap
���"���' i you l.e tier valrg than >'<u can gel In any other place
ln the iit.,.   Try me.
Wan Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting fro- 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretch-
���f*. the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
fecop. iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up. Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
A" kind    i |ob work and repairing done on shortesi notice. Reason-
able iiri<- ami satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving dally.
I:i"   old the block nnd am still doing business in the same place
m '������' the   - ime old way.
l*!��K^-*rw^
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Mighty  Ar.emen.
Te: the  Editor:
Recently In London Peter Maclaren
-ii I Harry Jackson, who are considered tn Ibe Australia's champion trei
fellei s and two-handed sawy< rs have
i n giving exhibitions of their s 111
I  wonder If they may claim to be
City Voters' List
Notice   i.s   hereby   given   that    the
Voters'  List  for  the year 1907    has
been  completed,   and   that  the   Bame
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 an.v Elec-
j tor who shall    desire    to   have any
I 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.
AV. A. DUNCAN'.
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office, City Hall,
Xew Westminster, Aug. 30, _..,��,.
champions of the world, They saw
'��� through a log of five feet in circtim-
I ference of Australian hard wood i'i
! just h,aif a minute. Single-handed,
Maclaren luis chopped through six
- and a half feet of iron-like wood In
! twenty minutes.
Can   an.v  British   Columbia   iunri r
I camp  produce  such   results,  or i
; the whole of Canada?
Incidentally,   Maclaren   showed   his
ax to be as sharp as a razor by shaving a man of his beard and whiskers.
K.   V.  COLHOrRXK.
Bienvenida, Millstream, B. C.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. 5. R. Chandler
407 Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Fourth  Week Starting
Monday, Sept. 23rd
The Celebrated English Drama
"Woman vs. Woman"
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all tbe guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
their addresses with Edward Hoult
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all information may be,obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
Look Up
THE
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
bi gs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
,0P?. PREMIEH HOTEL  Phone B278
Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and elec-
tric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
nm.    Price $1800,  favorable terms.
ION TRUSI COMPANY
Ltd.
.. THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
FAL ESTATE *nJ INSURANCE
New Arrivals
Children's Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Furs,
Coats, Dresses, Underwear, etc.,
all stylish and up-to-date.
The prices? Well, they are by no means
their least attraction.
THE WHITE HOUSE
275 Columbia St.     A.J. BIRTCH
Ladies9
Hairdressing
Parlors
STILLMAN'S FRECKLE CREAM
GUARANTEED CURE FOR
FRECKLES AND TAN.
Over Welsh's Store, Columbia'
St. Entrance: Sixth St., opp. P.O.
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon & Assan Tea
��� ��� ���  ���  zf) I ��� ._3v/ ���  ��� ��� ���
The Direct Importing Tea and
\       Coffee Company
Phone 1262.
770 Granville St-, Vancouver.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
(.Hard Bloc*.   Nrw WeRtnolniter. B.C
tiring in your clothes to be pressed
, at once in order to ikisure the worl;
! being done before the lair-
Fxhibition"
WE PRINT
Show Cards
Si^nS and
Banners
REASONABLE CHARGES.
The Royal City
Sign Works
30 SIXTH STREET.
Place  your orders early,   and   avoi'.l
the tush at exhibition time.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adam*,  Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watchos from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 lip.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exueditlon.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc. ,
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
H. STEW ARDSONIWE ARE N0T ,N THE TRUST
And can save you 50 per cent'
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER bio Richards st
Vancouver, B- C.
Phone 2125 PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, 86p^
<*..<k-
if -~*��**~.~	
HERE IS A CHANCE
To Make Money
One-finh acre
distance from
the end <��: thl
.!    ks     close to   Vancouver   city    and   a   short
proposed new car line-   Thia will be> on Bale
week-    Prices lowest, term.,  very e.i.'
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Pub-
suing   Company   Limited,   at   their
ilices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.  25,   1907
STILL ANOTHER  TWIST.
Referring to the Oriental Immigration controversy, one of the McBride
organs In the Kootenaj country says: j
"Tin' attempt of the Liberals, members and editors, to place the responsibility for the preseni situation on
Premier McBride, is as dlshonesl as
II is absurd. Immigration is a matter of i)"iiiiniii!i not provincial concern. British Col n tn bia cannol exclude any class of Immigrants. That
can be done only by the parliamenl
or Canada."
This positive statement, one Imagines, is too "frank and candid" ail-
together to suit Mr. McBride and his
government, more particularly Ihis
new attorney-general, if it be true
that the province has no power to
"���exclude an.v class oi' immigrants":
that the power to do so rests entirely
wiih "the parliament of Canada," it
follows of course that Mr. Bowser'd
bill was a mere piece "of clap-trap,
and that all ihe government talk
about desiring to pass that bill is "as
dlshonesl as it is absurd"; to nee our
contemporary's lan uage.
We- fear, ns we have already said,
thai the governmenl will have scant
Cianks for this efforl of one of their
organs. NTo doubt its idea was to
'" : ' pull them out of tht hole, but it
'ns sin ply burie i   '.<��� ���,. a little deeper. ,
' I
NU* prlnte 1 thi   othe     day a quota- j
tion  fro ���>.  a   Lon Ion   papi r In   which
I e.- rear was expressed thai journal-;
'   '   ���      -  "mighl  ei 3tr ..   the tongue
,:   Shakespei n    spoi .." and   when
oi e finds In a seriouslj  written editorial i.i a Toronl i papi r of influence :
and staii ling such a - ntence a- "pub-
II ' opin on will aoi --.-��� i for a system
"   w::'    -'���''���  ������������" ''  certainlj   Beeras
lt the dang.       |      ..,  destruction
by no means an I    -'nary one.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
Weirk will not be commenced on
the construction of the new hospital
'..uilding until after the conclusion ot
the Provincial exhibition. Mayor
Keary is prominently identified with
the work of the hospital, and as his
time is now entirely taken up with
���'rii-i .iti >a   matters,   the  commence-
. mi of operations wili be delayed
a couple of weeks.
Miss Maude Underbill has opened
classes at l-'i Fourth avenue In elocution, stage deportment, dramatic
art, and kindred studies, Uer studio
is situated between Second and Third
streets. .Miss Underbill cqittucted
classes In both Victoria and Seattle
with marked success, and she will
probably not have to wait very long
in New Westminster for a'full liri of
students.
The    Naw     Westminster    baseball
team and   the  Columbian  college aggregation played an exhibition match
at Queen's park yesterday, the game
resulting in a vlctorj  for the seniors.
Tlii'  baseballers  are  anxious  to  get
in  condition to meet  the Bellingham
team  here next  week  during the ex-
i hibition,  and  practice games  will  lie
j held every few days until  the match.
j Price pitched yesterday, and Sid Mal-
| colmson presided behind the bal.
in the .x>lice court yesterday morn-.
i-:z. Police Magistrate CorbOuld dis-
tiiisseei the charge brought againsi the
Chinaman of selling :lie frug without
a license. A number of witnesses
iw ue- thai they hail had opium kup-
plied to tlit-in by the accused, anel although there is not the shadow of a
doubl that the joint run by Ah Foo is
a regular opium parlor, the magis-
trate refused to convirt.aml the Chink
was acquitted.   What's the use?
On   Saturday   evening    the    Depot
hotel restaur.mt  will be op?neel tinier
new management, the business having
i
been purchased yesterday bv John isl-
dore  and  J.  Chaknakes,   two experi-
i encod caterers who iiuenel making a
number ol' improvements in the place
before formally opening it to the public. A lunch counter will be a feature
of tin- restaurant, while more tables
will also be added.   The two partners
1 Intend to Introduce the eommutati-m
meal ticket in their business, and anticipate a large trade. Mr. Isidore
was formerly a restaurateur in Astoria and Portland, while his partner,
Mr. Chaknakes, conducted an eating
house in Chicago for years, and lately
was in charge of a restaurant in Van-
oouver, The new firm will carry on
an open all lii^ht business.
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith
Silversmith
DiamondJIVIerchant
Columbia Street, Next
Tram Office
OUR
Piano Exhibit
Por QUALIT
Guns   fur  hire  at  Geo.  R.   Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
lhe Delta  land cannot  be  beaten-   One acn' .if
bottom land will produce as much    eas    three*    acr
gravel  lanl.
Here la a piece of choice land at a bargain:
8 acres, all cleared, in garden and  pasture', 6
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury p
and boat landing, 14 mile from school, has a  flve-roon
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cows an!  |.
good waterfrontage with  wharf building,     beiat   an -   -;
young  fruit trees, a good range all conn, ected.
.'T
high
e;i
; tae
.   su
J1250  cash,
Price   .
balance  in  one
$2250
��� some of the opium secured
premises   fitted  up   and  oc-
Becausi
from  the
cupied by Ah Foo as a dope house on
Ramage street, could not be positively identified as such by two druggists
ROOMS WANTED
Persons having vacant rooms which
they desire to rem during the exhibition week, are requested to communicate with Iri .1- Crean, Guichon
hotel, who will make arrangements
whereby guests will be assigned to
the rooms- Mr. Crean can provide
roomers for at least one hundred
apartments-
CIVIC HOLIDAYS
in  accordance    with    a resolution
pissed at  the regular meeting of coun-J
cil on the 33rd inst., 1 her<*iy declare!
TUESDAY. OCTOBER  1st. and
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd.
from l p.m. to b p.m. public half-holidays, ami respectfully invite the citizens generallj : i so observe the same
W. H.   KEARY,
Mayor.
Westminster, Sept. 24,
This year at the Greal, Fai: will lie
better than ever- We invite you t;i
inspect the beautiful instruments ��� ,:���
dis  lay at our booths.
STEINWAY & SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER  PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER  ""ANOS
Hale & Lane]
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY]
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone   335 P. O. I5oK
W. M. Waitt & Co.
LIMITED
VICTORIA  AND VANCOUVER
The oldest  Music  House  in  E. C
J. H. TODD,   Local Agent
FARM LANDS!
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See our list of Farm Lands in Surrey,
near the Chiiliwack tram line.
Price from $40 an acre up.
P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
Women s Shoes
I'he eafiy in Toronto
'e.i I the    . lil cam     -   if Niagara hav1
-��� cenl          c u demned,  one  bj   ei
commi    ��� o, the  i  i< r b;   an   Int pectin both cases    the roe,' of   the
���,.-.  li   I   the ���-'. abbing for bigger d'v-
. ads,    The "hello" girls In Toronto
were overworked  and underpaid an
their offlce accommodation was inadequate.    In the fruit canneries, cheap
leiriir is employed, and "cheap" rhyme .
with "nasi " in this ca ie as in many
ol hers,
Th ��� Letter fi em  Ho .   '. ink <   l\
read a'l   the council meeting, Monda
���   e  In  .   ihov     . bal   the  Dail;   N v. .-
was q il e corr 'd  In the   I il   tneni of
the case  which il   ;sri.::e 1 a few days
ago.    It   is true thai   M . Olh   r doe
nol mention the timbe . bul th il is a
detail ������'. hich  he   \. oul i    nol   think it
worth while to refer t< e, as his l< tl  r
plainl;.   shows thai    the    departmenl I j
stands   by  the wording of the docu-
;.;i o . .-ti record, and one of those documents reserve-; the timber from sale.
With all i-e sj eel to A .1. G-a rrett, we
beg to differ mof I emphatically from
his interpretation of tie-' streets nnd
sidewalks by-law. It is quite true
thai builders are allowed three days
tn clean up rubbish from the street after the building is finished, but that
provision is a restrictive.' one and
means thai it shall ba unlawful to
leave .niy remnant of building material In the streel for more than three
days v-be'ii a building has been completed. Aid. Garrett appears to think,
that it gi .-es a builder the righl to
lumber up the sl ree; to any extent
during the whole time a building is
under cons'ruction and for three' days
thereafter. In the case discussed at
the council meeting, the by-law has
nol been olbserved a: all, As we said
a few days ago, no one felt inclined
to make a fuss about the inconvenl-
e ie a; bul ihe truth is thai the coun-
i i :.as entirely neglected its duty in
the mailer of protecting the Eighty of
i        It.zens In this instance.
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
BflKgl gBSKDg    fWG'T����''   ���������������������������������������*�����������������������*������+*: ������������������������������������������o ������<���>���� *�����������*!
We invite women with the fall and
winter shoe problem confronting them
to call and see our excellent lines. We
want every woman to know the excellence and superiority of our shoes.
We've distinctive styles in great variety���the best we can secure and the
whole shoe market is at our call.
Some of the Shoes
We Recommend
Our leader and best line is the John
H. Cross Shoe, an American made
shoe, built on the season's newest
styles���all leathers and sizes���widths
School Boob
ana
SUPPLIE!
FULL STOCK
AT-
MOREY!
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Ever!
else   LJooUs   arc
fine
Extra !     Special !|
30   DAYS  ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.OO    DP
Best of Trimming.     Besl
W"l'Lll'i;Ul."lei|>.        Cul    '  '    I     ���
M. LANOTRY, Up-to-date
247  Promt Si.
from AA to EE. Our ladies' "Walk-over" is another of
our best makes. For $3, $3.50 and $4.50 American shoes
--we specially recommend our "Johnson Bros."--They are
they best shoes for the price that money can buy. We
carry a great big range of these.
J
Shoe House, Ltd.
YOU   REQUIRE A
NEW S UIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWARD
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
Sign of the Big Electric Boot       New Westminster
Johnston Bros."
$3.50 American
Snce, Vici ani
Gun Wetal leath-
ers.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
! FEED & SALE STABLES
 ��
SWART   TURNOUTS
COOD   HORSES
T ElfihtH SWj
Phone
250
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TH��  DAILY   S'VWS.
tk&R PCVt
\fhe Cash Stores
'HJ STORES OF PLENTY
All ready for the Exhibition rush.   Recent
/.-.pments have filled the stores and stock-
,ms to almost their limit and still come
daily advices of more goods.    :   :   :   :   :
bve You Seen Our Coats?
r s
tad 7-S  l ��rts1 Pan     Striped .... .
iad down Un - . .��� -
..- season's latest  na td i -.-   U	
��� -��� style* of 7--  ��� agi . ��� .....
.    una and wtnt -    .     . ���..-* ���,        ��� .    _
Si ��� these a".        	
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Everything Here for Infants and Children
��� the Ready-to- rea    li .-.-������ ��� i   - .   laily to this 1 ilness. You
ti | uaortmet     ;. utments���-the   eat to       had in the Com
Underwear for Women and Children
mr customers ���      best valui   obtain ��� -���      fron largi si m
importing la    ���      trom Britain and S ind    Remei ���   . .
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Carpet*.    Linoleum*.   Otltttth* Wmii..��   kfctritl   r.!.,<�����  _.-..
P .Ui e r . a ���<>��   i;.�� Oa u     I;,,-   r,, is n*   Pc i ��. ���*   Uph<_>��
tenng. Cs'.- iipi  \s.-ei.   s.-eeis    >���    ,-.v   .jki   | _:������..:-.      : ���:.
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I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
Many
The Millinery Store Showing
New Pattern Hcts
iu see ";' " ��� -      ���- '������'-   ittractlve styles the better yo u'l       el    ui    >Ve (scores
.wi workroom  and are all beautiful designs,   md mo       I I    Vou should
1 ve ler.iduce at $-1 50. $5 59 to $7.50.
SPECIAL SALE of Umbrellas at $1; Sample Blouses, Sheeting,
Toweling, Turkish Towels, Table Damask. Blankets.   Motels ami
institutions should take advantage of this Price Savin;:.
T.
UTH
267-261 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.
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Can il on
160 acres g     I land       Sooti  road
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V\ n   hotel  will lie iei   til Bl
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Ition ��i ek, the flnl   ...   ouche ���
oi tho lasi coal ol polnl    <������:���������: |>ut on
the ie   days     rhe Intei lo   fui nlsnlu I
for the  a Idltlon  to  lh ���  hotel haw
ie�� ... ..-I   ind  svi  s thina I ��� now
in roadlnes ��� tor Ihe hoav j  exhl
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M mo; I ' lo in on n       \        - irltj.
\\     ..  SI lie i & Cn   i II
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of  file     I'��� . Ittl   -���'���'   laol '.'���    �� I''1
wired     mi    ' I the 1   iin, ��hlrh
.:.,', ii ;' i   ���      "    e ge\  nteeu stroti
ind thai  thej  Im lu led lu their num
ihi  In     ���-.   ��� In i'.' Tec mis h ig
, [i -.-. uli .     rite v Ire  itatei   I       the}
I were ho i lln . <n; iel to till   ell
The nd\ i-.     -1 e for Ihe tail " al
rodu tlo i. ni ���   J ilmn     I -n-
wiiie h i- to be heie lhl ��� evetilu i  !| i ���
n  |he  hen ideal   on   record   iie   : Ml-
clt.i. and ll  i ���  i   afe pi edtci lon that
,   w ,n ni i be ee . .ie:.  ���   leal   a I ho
e )pera hou  i    l > om rapoi ts in hand
io at Irn i .mn"!  lie ovei nal on
Ized, as I    '    un lonblo 11) on    ol   he
e i on the road this   en wn   tin I h
.-ie nm  li    a " .ni iiii in everj cltj
in Its cln
lo acri i eli       i i,e i ; i   i   . I. ,eim ..
. am) In i     '.-'..   I'i lonieil hou '������
i.ieu .m.i    in i .  onli     i  i "    mile
'��� ei'K from ' -'.  i. near Langlej   (1500.
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��� - excellent'land, Bltuate on Braaer river insldi   Pitl
lyke.
i louse, nlpe acree cle i e I tor croi    ! i
���   -.   . 1-1,-1-   bottom   land.    Onlj   $75.00 an acre
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RESIDENT AGENTS. I
| erican F.rc  Ins.  Co.   and Empire Accident and Surety Cc.   ^
l����r Annandale'a Grocery,  corner  of  McKenzie  and  Columbia   Sts.   ���
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NOTICE
The iinel''  e [ned  will,  dating from     v"'''  ��   l:'    '��� '"���M  |iiii'-,'i"'  howl,
���       ii   i     en ,  .ei i.i ill For Cash   New Weatmln iter, B C
on|y \v, .Miiii-niiii. of Coohrane,  Vlbert*,
arrived In I he nltj   aaterday w Ith i he
i inii-n;lon ol    ' ��� Itig up till re ild 'iic��
In th ml���    il 'I New We tnilu I i
ih. Intend -  huj log   ��� io |   lhe ��� Ihllll
\ti-n ol  pevnoua'lltj  avoid lhe eotu
eei-ee '1 i,'.-     i.e     S i     1  ���
rit.M incline tout s*��� 11  I'oggei s ��'; i
an elemenl 0l chat ftclei
I l;i,       |||| , ,      .     iie      Iti'il Nllll I i      li'- -
nni been bj elmnoe,
fhe     ��� \rlirei\.i      ;.:!' > > ee r     HI       111     I
plans inei.iie mni -.e-Mi ��� ei iv, eilence u
dui   :;ii' e    li the ree.fi ion the} ape '"���
,,,,. iiai
i 'ni   along   i!"'   good   old   i lUtoni
III 1  Ig      Hi)   'I, fill)      :ll\,|     l.U'lip   "      ��ll I'
le ue   In |n| uhll     ii"'. It    b en1'-     ei   v en |i i
of .!.-, \,- i.��� 11._e h:   and neai pal lei u i
iiii\i!r lune m please.
Prices from 75c, $1.00 to $1.7:1
w. ,, Hi,. Cn .I Hiiiiia tar Mpu who
|:|.-l'     1       ill,-l\l
H. L. DeBech
9LOTHE9 AND TOGGERY.
OppOlltli    P     O ,   N = w    Wrstininster
.. a ...v...   .vaistT-iMisr 2^r:m^^'!y:.i.i*i^--A%v^iimmn,ir<cmJammm
nii.i.iri' BROS . LTD
M VYT3R8 &   PRESTON
i',i-:i.i HA & CO
��� .,���:. ii rn line, and once |i; inly ael
, will bi In ��� -i hii wife an i fam
iiv. Mi Mali "im broughl aome atoi I
in 1 n numbei di agrleultui i| imple
iiinnia v. ii ii htm, 'ee wi ii ������   ti 1 1 intity
.. .....-'..-���..'���..������.--..
$10.00 PerAcw
160 Acres in Langley
SOME   GOOD   TIMBER.        THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   1-4
SECTION ON THE MARKET.       GOOD    TERMS        EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
NOTICE.
$2 . -' fi ill  bo  pi Id  to ai
.ne,. win   ������ ���'��� Infoi ni ition to   ���
the �� nvictl m  ol   i>ai le i  found
... tl ertj of the i   ' P ���
alon at the public pari    oi el    ���.   "���   "r furnltur.      He own    01 1  ii'!i >n
In the citj     B;  order, hundred    l��,ad of cattle    In  Albi PI 1
w  a dim' \'-.. which he Inten 1     bringing    td the
City Clerl     coail to iell foi   beyi
'������'���   "���' '   :''''   '���' '���"'      a colons of about 1  1 tdlftni
~~* '  deicended ",; t!i" oltj lat�� la 1 even
^    ^^    Chilllw U'l:.    lllli       Hi''    H'iW
camping on the vacanl strip of lan '
miir the C r   ���'  wi' nf   Th ij 11
in em th<> iteam ir Beaver, and will
;n-i|.|..<ei withoul delay lo their hi it
in the vicinity of Port BJiilngton, Na
,e 1 harbor jnd oth��r ioi thern coail
pol/iti, TM" iniiiiinn h-'V" been w* 1
gaged i" picking hopi in and wound
Chllllwaoli for iiveral w��eki, and hav
Iiik oompK.tud iii" waiioa of Induatrl'
���iiiH activity, wi 1 prooeMfl to ibeir
iHitniig and Inaugurate a potlatoh that
will make nn lti��n juliilee seem nn
hIiiw ;ia u ubiidow BSttflOe, It's probable
that ti Tew <>r lh" bt��ki Wlll stay
aiDiind Hi" clly until after exhibition,
but the majority nf the women and
children will continue their way north.
JUST A FEW
PRINTING
ii I-... your printing done In
town by the local mo lei n
grade print*
Jackson & Morrison
D.Mi.Y NEWS BLOCK.
WcLEOD, MARK & CO.
The tarm Land Specialists,     ���     New Westminster
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500 Cord of Tan Bark Wanted
At. the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
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1 ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY JIIW8.
ef tie" klndfi of insurance  I  writ'1:
WORKMEN'S  COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S   LIABILITY
PLATE GLA93
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE   STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best,
if you want any kind nf Insurance
let me quote you a rate. I'lione,
call or write.
10. A'liuiig would appreciate very
mftMi to hnve his regular customers
lead In thftlr 1st of the month orders
before Saturday next in order to make
way  for  the Exhibition  business next
T"'
A. W. IVIcLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
���am PAGE  SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
WED"
Wide stripe effects
���diagonals and self
colors in Shadow
Squares are quite
proper this season.
H.   L.   de BECK
Proprietor
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
Crockeryf^G lass ware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS y DEANS
PEKIN-PARIS JOURNEY
MAY BE SURPASSED
Brussels, Sept. 24���The Pel;in-Paris
automobile feat may be surpassed by
an automobile journey across the African continent. Lieut Qraetz, Accompanied by Baron Von Boeder nnd
a chauffeur, have left Daressiam, in
S<'uth Africa, for Cairo, in a powerful
machine constructed  for  the  purpose.
Hen- Graetz has been about two
years in South Africa as an employ*
of the German government, but be
is a Belgian, and before starting on
his long and perilous journey cabled
a greeting to the Belgian King, announcing the start and his intention
to reach Brussels in the shortest jkh.-
sible time.
The greatest difficulty will be the
lacli of roads. However, there were
bad roads along the Peldn-Paris route.
Another handicap is the Impossibility
of procuring gasoline or other com-
bustlible. However the travellers have
with them a large quantity and ex-
peel to obtain more by curriers.
The travellers are well provided
with   firearms.
McQUARRIE   &   Cq
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance Agents     Fir. and.    .^(^
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    PHBfie 333 PROMT ST.
n*
HUNDREDS ARE RESCUED
FROM BLEAK ISLAND
Seattle, Sept. 24.���With starvation
staring them in the face and Buffering from incr2asing cold. 243 fishermen, cannery employees and sailors,
have been rescued by United States
revenue cutter MoCulloch, after simnl-
ing a weary month upon a bleak islam] in Nelson's lagoon, Bristol bay,
following the wreck of the ship Join
Currier. The rescued party includes
Capt. Murchison, his wife and five
children, lie) American sailors anil
fishermen and 130 Chinese and Japanese fishermen and cannery employees.
In a communication to Washington,
D. C... Capt. F. M. Munger, commanding the Bering s��a fleet of revenue
cutters, states that the Currier's survivors were transferred to the revenue cutter Thetis, Sept. 10, to be taken either to Seward, Alaska, or to
Seattle.
j Voting Contest
! A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES |
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT LIBRARY INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASE WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING   MANNER:
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The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, lf)07, and will close Jan. 22r,l,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box i.s placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
vot( s  are  to  be  deposited.
Ai ihe close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured, by trading with the firms listed  below.
Library  is  on  exhibition  at W.   E. Fales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will  count the votes.
GOLD BEARING ROCK
FOUND NEAR CALGARY
Calgary, Sept. 2-1.���Four young men,
who bave heen homesteading near the
Three Hills, which is about on;' hundred mr.es to the northeast of this
dty, believe that there is gold in paying quantities in Alberta, and tbal
they have discovered it.
The young men are Calgary men.
They .are Messr. R. L. Newman, an.l
thre brothers named Rosenthal. They
were homestaedlng along the Re.i
Deer River, anil beceime much interested in the appearance of certain
reifies -on the surface. One very largt
rock particuflarly interested them, ami
on close discovery they came to the
conclusion that there was g<>i 1 in ii.
They were not unacquainted with mineral. After removing the rock tbey
dug down and came upon considerable
rock of th? same variety.
They then brought samples to the
city an.l had them examined by Calgary jewelers and by oihers who were
skilled in metal, in ('"(-ry case it
was pronounced that the samples wer,
gold and copper. They have sent tbe
j metal away to have a proper and complete  analysis made.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
0 room house on Hamilton Btreet,
.all modern improvements One lot
from car line; lot 60x132. l'rice $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
8 room bouse, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street, j
Sapperum-    Price $2700.    $1000 cash,
balance on time-
u'/i acres land next to Royal Oak j
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
Btump on it, now in grass. 2*e bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn,*5-:
roora house and barn and l-argo chicken bouse for about 250 chickens;
good well; ne.ar to school and tram;
all fenced. Price $350C. Terms $1500
cash. $1000 in April an,I $HKH) April
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 60x132 ft., S. Vs of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.   Price i
$1250; half cash, bal, 6 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, balf cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 8^x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot   20,   block     B   facing     English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon '
street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8 i
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 tin.I
lean   too 32x14
Full size
of Regina
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Township 4, Svr. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;   avenues,  wesl
oi  a.-res under-drained,    ditcheel  all   $400;  half cash
r( ,nd and fenced around and through J    4 ljt)ti.    f  ,
,-. Qtre;    "> ri om hou* ;    barn -i".\T-'.,
sufficient feed for aboul 3"" bead of
Btock.   Price $30C0:  ti cms one-third
cash. bal. ti< suit purchaser.   One mile
from  station on  new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Holtards ami Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
am
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4th
13th street.   $12C0 e
2 HOUSES   on ; loi  Kear
Sapperton; 5 roon    i
vh��d apd 4 rooms,       hen im '",
shed.    $1000 each, i   . ��� .J
ance easy.
77.58  ACRES, .,,���. ,,..
-II  1.121
ploughed and eli I
160 ACRES about  two miles  from  j-;. 54 sect. 5.   $75 pi
Aldergrove station,   30  acres   cleared  ea��h/one-third   I
anl partly  fenced,  good house,  barn  months,
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760      ? . oTg   ^    .
4   lots  cleared,  sm  11
I
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Blocl; 9, Lot No. 2. Dial
side of the
half cash.
river, neai
house, 175  chii
price $1500, $1000
��� Av��J
'"   *J
need, Incia
6  ACRES g<e. d
Ixet  8;  south
bridge,    $300;
2 LOTS. 132x132. N -W. corner ��� '
loth Street and St. Andrews. Prici
$1050; half casb.
2 lots on Sth St. between
Gth  Ave. ou east side;   full sized. 66_��   ed;   conservatory
132;  Nos. 9 ami  12.      Price $1000 for   heated  by  pipe! ;   ������'������
botn, half cash, balance easy
V
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Lot   16,   corn 1   Blu      :  .   , - J
and   Brunette  n .-, I,       ith side
[ roomed   housi ;   pai J
f,th and   kitchen and tbn 1 ,.]
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between Tth and  Sth avenues.
15   bearing fruit   trei | vl
stock ready to plant oul
5  acres cleared,  llghl
mainlng acre;    all '.- -.,   2    ���-
from school.    Price $3000; half
bal. in 6 months at 7 per cent.
1   Lot  SS.
$800 cash.
132, 4th  ,1 ��� ; ie, 13th:
3 LOTS, fe, 6 & 7, full sized
cleared, upper tide of Bth Avenue
tween 1st and 2n ! Strei ts, Prl -
each.
houses corner or
full  sized  lot
Merrival    and'
citv block 31.
4   LOTS, 2 lots  from   lsl S . ���
Cth Avenue on south side, No.
37 ii 3S, full size.   Price $1100 fcr ttj
four, or $300 each; ball
Double    tenement   hem-.-,  !'.. ...sl
one house rents for $25, the; 1st and 2nd  St.:   1  lot.    Prl - $',.t��l
granary   10x16;   two ; Agnes;
chicken houses, each   10x12;    wagonL��^er ���$10V"fl,lsh  eioaets and  all con-  cash half and hall in C n
shed  20x30;   small  milk house, small  needed    with    sewers.      Price $3,500.  Rents for $10 each tenant.
12 and IS 1
40 acres "^ section li. Y '; Of E'
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 0a bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
siele, new house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, iot 9, $1000 each.
sewers.
Cash $2,000,    balance
months at 7 %.
n 6,
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
D.   S.   CURTIS  &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler        >
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Mei's
T.   S.  ANNANDALE
West  End Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PUB.  CO.
Daily  and  Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under  new   management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate    Confections,    Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods. Gen.  Repairing
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H. Thompson, Prop.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AMjj BJjNUlNE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BRlutiK. and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WORK.
Ornamental Iron Worn, including
j Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence !n
j 7ited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STREET.
Ww   W_-..-��rn|nr-r���,. f,   if    <74
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN C, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
liouse and cottage on Columbia st,
bouse rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
271.; acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance G
and 12 months.
Lots 14 aud 15 of 1 of 0 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance C months at 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller parti -irs on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and oue half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot ami
coid water, bath, flush closet, lava-
! tory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
I 66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out, with fruit trees. Price $2,75D.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
100 acres on the Scott mail. 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 3"; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per a ire, SlriOO
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 3C9, joins Lake Commm
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from
liaworth  road,  Surrey;    te
IV*, storey house, 3 rooms finished
other 3 can lee added upstairs; .mil
shack; 1]... acres cleare-.] and -^4
with clover, red;  fairly 1 lean
One  mile  from  Bhingle  m 11     Prii
$1,200; .   terms   half   cash,  I
months at 7  ri.
Westerly -1. 11 of G3. Sab. Blcx
132x132 corner 100 feet b iuat . 9
houses drawing $28 per m nth rm
$5,000, half cash, balance In 6 md 1
months.
lt'.O S.E.  U of Sect! 'ie
10 acres,partly cleared; Kana
running through; gooel roi!,
north   of   Webster's corner:
mill and P fi. at the west cor
ber worth V, per acre; cedar andfl
4  miles    from    Port    Hane.      Pal
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, b I
ranged,
Large lot and two cottage ��� ��� I
lumbia street, Sapperton. Botl I
at $10 each.
One and one-half store') :
full size lot, situated north Bide (1
Royal avenue nnd corner eef McKiWKB
Btreet; 9 rooms; bath room, hot anil
cold water, closet; woodshed; }'<M\
bearlg fruit trees; streets on thrM|
sides; fine view. Price $1,800
cash.
7 Iots Nos. 81 to S6 and 96, 96 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
This property is only v2 mi]e from J4 lots cleared without a stump; small '    Lot facing 2nd St., between Q"��"'s|
tram  line.    Over two hundred  chick- 1 house,   chicken     house,    175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen'''I
ens and ducks could be sold with the j chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.  Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all clea ��� I;    :'l
property at a snap. r,,��� ,���   ,��� ___, ������ ��� .,,     , alongside  and  back.      Pii"'   $'.��0C;I
half cash, balance easy at 7
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Lots 10, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3.  PHce !
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be-
tween Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
I '
Acreage on Vancouver road, cornei |
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast, at this price.
j No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath i
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; K j
cash, balance 3 and C mos. at 7 %.   \
150 acres improved land,    riri:!|
and sheds complete, near Cl iverdafel
all under cultivation, $15,000.   If!'011
can   handle   this, don't  delaj;  It's : I
bargain; terms can be arranged,
erFor  the  above  tour  proi    '���" ' I
special price will be made 1
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th    St,, be twei '��� ;l
and 5th Ave.;    2 single an.l I doubl
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
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of
Voted   by
For one  year's subscription  paid In advance, $4.00,  we give
200 votes; six months, $2.00, 100 votes.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
I   ifflce 'Phone 18fi.       Harn f none 137
Columbia St.
I Baggage delivered    promptly to iny
I part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi so���Tram Deoot
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J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW  WE8TMIN8TER,   B.  C.
Subdivision of lot 4(1, block 0, coin-
prising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent properly is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 teot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue aji'l
First street, held at $1000); two iots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton: rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath j bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.! down stairs; parlor, dining room, k""
Price $4,000; terms i/2 cash, balance | chen and pantry. Full sized lot rDn'
3 and 6 months at 7 %. ! ning bacic to Ash St.    Fri"   J3'8001
No.   310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath   *1'600 ca8h- balance at $500 per )'<��'
caBh ; at 7 per cent.
room,   Agnes   St.   $3,000;   i:
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes St.      Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ';',���
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % .|Cre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co,v
stables, three In all, stable S cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   .standing      .,
house made of hewed timher laid  in  cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life- ' ��� u
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at fi :    '' ,0,s on Fifl" Street, 11, 1--/\J
M Sub.  15, S.  Blk.  13.      $350 e?ch, "���
1 ��� tafh. balance 6 months at 7 'ri
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenW
north side between First and Seco��
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price *JC0
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, nortb side of I'1""'
llton street between Sixth and E'S1"11
streets; $226.
28  acres  on   Mara  ron.!. BurnnMj
$160 an acre   FOR    A   FEW   DAY*
ONLY.    One-quarter cash,   balance
and 2 years at 7 %.
SOtltD
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street
aide of 4th avenue.    Price $200 c
side:
ash-
10
per cent. ;- i ���
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.       leu
���.   .        w
Omn neai !���$ a; a poi
s�� ch.e.r.s  weM   .m.i   4        ..    i mtl
o'  thi    - . ubet
- I, thenee* K>< lulas
���    . ..>:   .
I .- rest 1 iiu
:   .   ami -.-' ov ��1   an I    i   ������
... -        leas
H. M. O'CONNOR.
i ommencing al  -i pos.  planted
1        west  an.i 80 chaina south
of  the  southtretf  ooms    ��1   I tuber
Ll ��� ns<     11,609 >. oth    80
ence east 80 <        __< noa
a i  is,    thence    west    SO
chain - o nt   of    commencemenl
and    containing   840 acres more or
leas
It.  M   O'CONNOR
17. i ommencing a   a poai  planted
-  ivest  .,_���, l 80 i balai south
... ,  of   Tlmbe
U   use    r. . 09,   thence    south    80
 ....   ->. ii SO chaina, tbence
. S   chains, thence easl 80 i halm
'   ���     ��� .......       and oon
taining 640 a or less,
H   M   oi't>NMIR.
IS  Commencing at   i      -     lanted
16    - bains wea   and  80 chaina south
��� ithwi si  i arnet of   Timber
L 11,509  thence n rth SO cha  ��� -
th< n< -   wesl  se' e I-, eir.-   thence so il h
80 - . ilns, thence easi  SO chain; to
:'  commencemi nt,  and    con-
'... atng 640 acrei tn   e oi les -
11. M O'CONNOR.
19. i' -���:.:. eni Ing ai a post planted
160 i aaln ��� v esl an i 80 chain - soutb
the southwest corner of Timber
;. - ii -. 11,509 I h mce south 80 chaini
thence wesi s,i chains, thence north
80 ��� halns, thence aaal 80 chains to
polnl of commencement, and contain-
In . 610 acres more or 1< ��� ���
11. M   O'CONNOR.
20 Commencing   il   i p< bi  ptante l
240 cl ains w esl an i 80 chains south
of  the southwesi   corner of Timber
I. .   nse 11,509, thence north v" chaina
��� ence wesl   80 chains, thence aoutb
$0 chains, thence east  sn chains to
������ , ommencement, and contain
' I   acres more or :' ���
M. M O'CONNOR.
Commencing al a posi planted
240 chains v esl an I s'' rii dn - (South
! of the Bouthwesl comer ot Timber
I License 11.509, thence south sn chains
I th no ��,- ii mi chains, thence nortb
i 80 ohalns, thence easi  80 i h tin i to
Provincial Exhibition
 1907	
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
i r.i
Sect.
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THAT IS
WHEN
YOUR SECURITY
YOU   BANK   WITH
. -jj.e =====
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
��� .4 "	
TOTAL  ASSETS  OVER   4S.000.000
na w< he souths  n co
r of 1 Ll   nse 11,508, thence
I  chains     them i     wea     S6
chains, th   .      ���.      i SO ch -.'-    th
" i -' s   - 11 e. iini o    omm< nce-
ad i ning 640   icres more
or !���������-.
ri. M   OCONN ��R,
4. c immenclng  al   a  post  ; lante I
ithwest i orner ofl - Llcensi 11,508 thenci
aortii    - .    i .   ..        in nce   wes    91
as, tl ones
ea >t SO aln i - nt ol i ommence-
n - al and i in' ainlng 640 aci es more
oi :. - -.
H.  M,  O'Ci  N Ne ".ri
5. C immi ac ...   u  a  post     I inted
as m     ie      the  noi I awesl
I ...    .   Llci ase    11,508
thence wesl   i        ilns, thence    - iuth
s i  .     - -     i  ���' west 40 chains,
i ten ���    south 40 i halns, tie ince ea il
m' chains, I   in   ��� north ri'" chains to
��� i    -    com      .    tnent, an l conl tin
��� - ' : ���  i   ������ - ���.       ��� ���'.- less,
..   ....     . s   .,
0. Commencin ; at a posl ; lante l
160 chains u i i i of the northwest
corner of Timber License 11.508,
then i- east 80 ch ilns, thence Bouth
10 chain -. thi nce west '0 ch iin -.
thence -1 il b 80 chains, theni e wesl
in chains, ' en i a -nb iri1 chains 1 i
of i omi aci menl and con-
tali Ing ���. 10 ai       ��� ore or less,
11. M   O'CONNOR.
7. Com nenclng al e post lanted
160 hains n irth of the northwesl
corner ot Timber License 11,508,
th ��� ������ north 80 i halns, th em - wes
50 ���' iin -. I ii nce .outh 80 ch ilns,
thence e is' 80 i halns t.e poinl o!
commen6ement. an 1 containing 61 '
ae res mer'   |i   -
;:. M   oi uNNOR.
8. Commencing ai a p isi plante I
160 chains north of the n thwesl
comer of Tim >er License I L.50S,
thence north SO chains, them e ea i!
su rii iins,    them e  s iuth  v l  .
thei    ���  vi    '    s i ' halns    to poll I ���
commencement,   and containing   GI '
acres more a   l<
II. M.- O'Ci iNNOR.
9. c nimei . ai a pe'-: plante l
240 chains   nori .  of    the northwi   I
I    Tli ibe      License     11    I
thence i"1'' i  :'"' chain -.  ���... ai e wes
mi chains,    i en ���     outh   10 chain
thence i    t 80 i   aln   to ] olul ol co
njeni emei t, ; :. I  i onl alnln i G 10 d
:.,      or le
li.  M. O'C iNNOR.
L0. Com -     it a i osl  ���' inl
: io  ,   ;.       i .i th  of    the n
i in uer of    Tb Llcen        11.C0
the i e ie irtli ' ch iin then ������ ��� -
80 ch .ir . thence mth 80 chai
them     ��� ���   '      i ch i i -.^    to poll
and   i oni iin    ���.   619
ee".. b i.i ii '��� ":' le ��� i.
li. M   O'CONNOR.
'    ,i    !' ' 0  -   ''
$50,00Qji!!toMJ!t!3^$50,000
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, us well
as the Industries of the Province,
The at tracl ions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which tho Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver anil
New Westminster teams will take part ; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches. Balloon ascensions, several Hands of
Music. Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors" Sports.
For further information see small hills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. M. KEARY,
Secretary.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.  WALKER,  President. Al.KX.   LAIRD,  QettWal  Manager.
,\ GENERAL BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
polnl of commencement, and contain"
lng   040  Ul'I'e
more or
11. M
22. Commencing   il
11, Comm ie I   ���
We- welcome small accounts and
���I year on SavingR Bunk deposits.
pay
interest fnnr times
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Bra
Lett
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  $14,400,000.00
RESERVE...   ...   ...  ...   '."..'.   ... '���'       $11,000,000.00
"'he. throughout"Caaadaand'Newfoundland, and  In  London,  England,
'  ��� Y<,rk, Chicago and Spokane, t.'.S.A., an.l Mexico City.    A Ben-
Banking Business Transact^!.
ers of Credit issued, available witl. correspondents In all oarts or me
VV     i.
8avi"3�� Bank Department.     DeportU   received In Mtu Of |1 and upwanlH.
'���    Interesi allowed at 8 per cen. per annum (present rate) ana*
T0. , 'CUr times a Vear-
A"'"'.s over jvs ftnonnn nn
NBW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D, BRTMNER. Manager.
ADVERTISE IN  THE NEWS?
...ei , ii .ins ie ii .I an I 80 chain
0f   the  i- i": ner  of   '��� im -
'. i.i, en ������    1,508 thi ni e stntth 80 ch i i
I thence wesi    0    li tins, tlience u  i
'  ee i halns,    thence easl 80 chains to
point  of  comm in emi nt,  an I    containing 640 acres moi ��� or I
i!,  M, O'CONNOR.
.2. ��ommi ai Ing at a posl pi inted
290 chai; n '������ and 80 i b iin - wesl
of ihe- northwes corner o Tlmbe
License l l,50S,thence noi !'i 10 cha ns
thence we t 80 i halns, then i - tth
80 chains, thence easl 80 ch iins to
poinl of commencement, nnd containing 640 ai res more or l -n.
II. M. O'CONNOR.
13, Commencing at a posl planted
SO chains wesl of the southwesi corner of Timber License 11,",09, theiMJC
south   10   chaine-i.     thence     coat   160
ess
O'CONNI IR
a iinsi planted
i tr- ch ilns easl and 20 chnins Bouth
oi ��� he south end of Ooose Bay In Kl\
ers Inlet, thence north SI chains,
-��� nce wesl "-!> chains, thence south
so ch itn . i ��� "���' " e tsl 80 chain - to
point <>f commencement, nnd containing 610 acres more or less,
11. M   O'CONNOR.
23, Commenctn; at n ���--'<'. planted
11B chains e isl and 2n i halns south
,!' the iu b en I of Goose Ba> In Rivers Inlet, then a south s" chains,
th mi e wi I 80 chain i, thenoe north
80 chains, thence ea :t 80 chain i to
point of commenci tnent, and i ml lining i'i in ei. res '-��� ''" or li
ll. M   O'CONNOR.
24, Commeni Ing al n posl planted j
65 chain ��� ea it and 20 ch iin mth of
the Bouth end of ii."1 e Ba In Rivers
Inlet, theuce south 64 chains, thence
wesl 100 ch eiu-. Hn-me. north 'ri
chains, thence easl 100 ohalns to
polnl e>r e ommence nent, and contain-,
lng 640 acn ; more or le
ll. M   O'CONNOR.
25, Commencing al a post plante I
c,-, chains e i il an l 20 chain i south of
the south ��� e i of do ise B iy In Rivers [
Inlet, thence wesl 100 chains, thence
north 80 eh ilns, thence > isl 30 chains
more or le to -ieen. of Ooose Ba; .
thence southerly. b i iMi i   and north
e..e terlj    ii tun I  iho f    b ij   to n
polnl noi th of posl. thi n< s   outh 80
chains m ire or less to poinl of c itn
mencement, and i ontalntng 840  ior s
 ���
ii. M   O'CONNOR,
2C Comme icing al n posi pi mte I
jiu chain i wesl nl ths southwasi nor-
FARMERS'   BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmer* for   their banking   business.    8ales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING uv SlAtL���Deposits may^be made eu- wltbdrawa ohy mail.
Out-oftiHvn accounts recslve every attention,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH��� H. R DAVIDSON, Man��g��r
OPEN   SATUROAY   EVEN1NOS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
r -����.��. ��� ��� ^^--������. ���m mm�����-- *
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS, ltd
.. ... _����� ....... mmm . .......... ... ......4
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE -. FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. lio*   34 5
'Phone   105.
ner of Timher License 11,508, theuce
north 80 chaina,   thenca    west   BO
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT
Ra lots 5 and 6, of bloolt 2, suhdlv
lalon of i'.in - --': -��� tlon  ;". bloi b ���>.
ei ii h ranga 8, wesi Ne* <!v*6itmlnsti
distrii i    Where 11 p  ! of the" loss
of e ertlflcal ��� of title number 13079 a.
11 e ied in iri- name of Fredericl. Wii-
linei Siniiii has been filed m ii';
office,
Notli6 i-e hereby given thai I shall,
ai the expiration of one month from
the date of the tlfsl yublicat-dti hore-
chalns, thence south 80 chains, theuce or Nsu(, ., duplicate or the said cer-
ea l 80 chains i i point of commence- tltlcate. unless in the meantime valid
ment, and containing 640 :i<-n-< more objection be made to me in writing.
'"' ''' "'��� C- 9, KEITH.
II.   M.   O'CONNOR, ��.*��_������   Bocrl-.!,-!,,  ,,f   rules.
87. Commencing al n p"^i planted
210 chains west or the southwest corner or Timher License 11.509. thence
north    H0    chaina,    thence    east    B0
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
west so chains to point ot commenc**
ment, nnd containing 640 acres more
District Registrar ot
Land   regiltry   Office,   New Westminsi..,. 11  c. Sept. 16, 1807.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
ssFINEST AND  FASTEST^
chains, thence north 40 chains, thence 'or
west 160  chains    to  point, of    com-'
mencement, and containing G40 acres
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
11. Commencing at a post planteei
80 chains west of the southwest corner      of     Timber    License      11,609,
thence south 80 chains, thence -west point of commencement, aud contain-
80  chains,    thence  north  80  chains,   lug G10 acres more or less,
hence east    80  chains    to point of li. M. O'CONNOR.
H
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empresses:
less. j
H. M. O'CONNOR.
28. Commencing at a post phinted
lfiO chains north and 80 chains east
of the northwest corner of Timber j
License 11.508, thenee north 80 chains
thence east 80 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence west 80 chains to j here for all sailings.
We Eat to Live.
Bul 'il  the senile, time II ls necessary tn know Whal we nre eating,
At KENNY'S Cafe
Vim   can   rely   upon   (Ikttinc.
THE   BEST  OF  EVERYTHING.
W.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,800
H. Po*ef\ EMPRESS OF IRELAND i     TOW
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ancl the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Particularly
Old   Country.
low   races    from    the j Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
Reservation   made , PHII ADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fer Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'wX..
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent. *      PAGE EIGHT    Z��
THE  DAILY  "NEWS.     4H
WEDNESDAY,
SEPT.
25.
Get at the Facts
Before you insure Be certain ycj are placing your insurance with
a good company, where your protection is guaranteed I represent
some of the best insurance companies doing business in Canada, and
write any kind of insurance- Our Fire, Life and Accident Companies
cannot be beat A call or post- card will inform you as to rates and
particulars. ������ --..,
There's no economy in buying
'cheap" salt. At present prices
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more than imported salt. It is
pure and never cakes.
107 w
wages are divided into three cla se
rdlng tee ideation. In the shops
m ��� i-n*.'.n Port William and east of
Broadvrew, the wages wfll be 43%
cents; turn Broadvi* w to easl of Kamloops, <:> cents; ami from Kamloops
���i Vancouver, boih included.the wages
win be Wz cents an bouT,
1%
PLATFORM WILL BE BUILT
IN FRONT OF BLEACHERS
WJ.KERR.I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
West End Lots
Two g8od iots ali cleared ih a gon'l location.
$500.00
For the Two; Not Each
One half cash, balance on terms.   This is the cheapest ever.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
."*���-��(- )i���) .������-/.". r
PAPERS
YY/E are opening p
** another ship- |
ment of the Eaton- ||
Hurlburt Papeteries ||
High class goods.       f
J. J. MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Specialty���Airtights relined and repaired.
After sizing up the situation at the
park yesterday  with u view to constructing a platform in the niost suitable ]elacc for holding the McLaglen-
(Canada jiu  jitsu match,  tbe  special
features committee decided  to erect
the platform directly in fronl of tbe
bleachers  Instead ofin  fronl  of the
grand stand as was at tirst. iirorOBGri
By Riicli an eenaiiteiiie*.!.. Jptoial seats
around the platforri will be unnece   |
'nry, ,and  more '.riuple wil  be afford
e-d a view nf rii-,- contestants,   A plttt-
form plaofcj in fronl or the band Bt&nd
can  )��> totally   viewed  from  asy  l1"'1
ot the bleachers, and tte committee
oi-rfft. to ihe conclusion that it would
be  better  bueineas   'to  iiii the 2,000
seats In the btaacDt&rs at fifty cents.
eaeb than to hut* 500 people in ringside seats at $l.T)(i each.
Special seals will be provided In
tin- -and stand for the mayors and
aldermen of both New Westminstei r
and Vancou'ver, while the Japanese
consul at Vancouver and a couple i '.
his friends will also be afforded epe-
i clal seals.
Following  are  the principal  conditions  embodied   in    the    agreement
which  was  signed  yesterday  by Leopold McLaglen, Prof. Kanada and the
manager of the R, A. & 1. society:
1. The   style  of  wrestling  shall   be
, .iin jltsu, and the Japanese jiu jitsu
j rules shrill govern.
ri The regulation .Japanese jiu jitsu
wrestling jacket shall he worn.
3. l"Jo nil cr lubricant -shall be Ugetl
' on the body or person.
���1. No spikes, nails or calks" shall he
���worn in the shoes,
6. No   straus   or   supports  shall   be
���worn on the arms, wrists, or legs.
0. The   match   shall   he   decided   by
e the best two of three falls.
7. Should   a   limb  be broken  during
j the match, the signal of defeat giwn.
or either combatant be unable to con-
! tinue the  match,  his opponent  shall
be declared the winner.
	
Have You Any Wants \*
HOUSE FURNISHING?
IF  SO   THIS  ADVERTISEMENT   IS  WORTH  -r_>
We have doubled our stock   ot   House   Furnish  -
M
FU
IVOL
Call ��nd examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 - ��� AGENTS
Chinese Question Reaches Kingston.
Kingston, .lamaica, Sept. 24���The
influx of Chinese here is a serious
matter. One section of the press is
urging the government to take steps
to prevent their landing here as being
, detrimental   to   local   traders.
Kingston's city council has adopted
| a resolution caling on thc government
j to amend  the  pauper alien immigra-
'��� tion daw so as to prohibit the entrance
of undesirable foreigners.
The   resolution   is  aimed    at    the
Chinese  and   Syrians,  who.  it is  said ,
are overrunning the Island.
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our first aim is to supply
Our trade with dependable
goods; our 'second t'i save our
customers something on the
cost. We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
i*x2$2*~*?*7MK*x^^^
BROOCHES
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E HAVE NOW ON EXHIBIT A  SPLENDID
LINE OF BROOCHES	
Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,      Pearl Set,      Amethyst,
Set,        Mourning, Souvenir,        &c.
a     Also a full line of STICK PINS    "���
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After ebeing ap inmate of the reformatory at Jericho for slightly ovei
a Week, Simon Tompkins, alias Bustei
Brown, an incorrigible 'iad who has
given the local police a great deal of
trouble dui ing the pasl few months,
managed to escape from the institution at eighl o'clock on Monday night.
Young Tompkins was corralled late
last night by his mother, and luni..a
over to the- authorities. Ollie Henderson, who escaped With Tompkins,
is still at liberty, but the police expect to have him back in the reformatory before today's sun has set,
Tompkins was seen on Eighth avenue
yesterday afternoon about fouro'clock
Tompkins had a small sum of money
on him, as well as a number of silk
handkerchiefs and other articles not
be onging to the Institution 11 om
which be i Bcaped.
General  Repairing.
W. C. CHAMBERUN, The Jeweler I
Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
**************************
Machinists'  Schedule  Settled.
Winnipeg, Sept. 24.���A basis for the
final settlemenl of the proposed new
schedule between the C.P.R. western
lines and the machinists, has been
reached. Though the whole schedule
has not yet .'een drawn up, the moat
important items, hours of work and
wages, have been decided upon,
it  c.alls  for a nine-hour    day,  and
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| Electric Railway Service    Chiiliwack  Special
Interurban   Line. office on the hour, twenty rain- ��! IMPRHI/PH      __TAB_M
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  and    wav
stations  will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton aud city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service nair-nourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
;: British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ;;
-       ��4-<X>.
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.;  situated 2^ miles from town on first class road.    The land produced 2\'2 tons of hay per acre this year and other crops in proportion.
THIS   SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00, Easy Terms
<$��$&>
&&
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���FOR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and  Front Sts.      Phone 275
QOOKSLEY'S
^^ Well   Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
Of New Westminster and district
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
��irAdvertise the town  we live iei  i y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoi'f
friends.
��
better position than ever to supply  wants of the  hce,-,e-   ��� D,
n B|3nk��
Comforters. Pillow.   Lace Curtains,   Towels,     Quilts.    Table
Sheetings, etc. _���-      A      .^-"''t'V^. '
Wool Blankets        Comforters
Flannelette Blankets, best Fug-      Eiderdown    filli
llsh and Canadian makes, per        Turkey chini
pair
��������� $1'25 t0 $3 eove-fing
"''.'x72. eacl, $<,.o$,j.5,|
A new l"t of English, Whitney
B.aake.i jusi received, Btees     ,,Ir(, wh|I
''^' "''   B03d02'   "i"'"  ',l;'"- a   greal   rail.
ke, whipped aeparatelj andol c,,vl.,.iI1Kf. . ,.      ;���
the  Bnesi  quality,     To see Jt0��-S��
them will be t" appreciate the      Pure white ��
llghl    and . ...    1
each         U to"u|
\e el , at values, Trices
range from ... $7.50 to $11.50
Ive <
[Occu
Jury
ri
ve..-
1
Bed Pillows
Our new bed Pillows bave no equal in town ('
Showing a new lot With nice fancy stripeel <���,
filling of the besl ipialiti'.s,   each 	
in 1 goodeu
75c to mj
Table Linens and Napkins
We  buy all our linens direct trom the manufacl 1 ;. i
an.l our new showing will satisfy ib��. mosl exacting buyer as 1     1
Ilj and price.
Unbleached Table Damask, per yard     35c to 1
Bleached   Table   Damask,   per yard     50ctoH!
Special values in Table Sets  consisting  oi   Table    Covers  ail
Napkins to match.
White and Unbleached Sheeting!
We- are Bhowing only the b?sl   Enj ish  and   Can dian BheehnJ
and .it prices wbicb are the lowest.   So those woh a 1 ���..      ,|
besl wearing sheetings we would like to show a new loi ol E . :|
weaves which we have Jusi received.   We have bought f      1
after comparison with many other lines,    We can ri  omnreiid tl_J
as the besl  to be bad.    Ask to  see   them.    Special   prices 1 |
litie*.
Quilts of Every Description
From  the sina.k-st  crib to the  largest bed quilts shown 111 all want*
weights  an I  qualities.
Special Honey Comb Quilts, each    $1.25 to .7.5)1
Marcella  and   Damask Spreads,each    $2.00 to $w|
Colored Bed Quilts, each   $1.00 tc $2.r|
Towels--Every Kind
We have a line- of , inkisli Tow.]., in white ami unl) I I
which we know cannol bebeatfor value. Tbey ar< b< d eet I A
the mill to us and such valueB. Wi bate to place them alongsl |
Of the other makes.    We are Belling tbem fast right now.
Turkish Towels in white or unbleached, each   10c to $--M|
Linen Turkish Towels, the kind thai  make a joy ol  th< 1
heavy fellows In all sizes, each  .-.oc to V-dl
Cotton Towi  -'. 1 ach    . 5c to 3e|
Lace Curtains
We  nre  showing a   hundred
,nel one  stj les  In curtains.
Bolim Cui tains, per peiir	
   J2.60  to $7.50
Lace Curl ilns, per 1 air	
    50c to $10
Sash   Muslins,  all   widths    an l
descriptions, per yard  	
    10c to 50c
.M-.id.a-' Maslins in white an i
cream widths 27 to bl Inchi s,
per yard  20c to $1.00
Fringes to match, jeer yard
    5c to 25c
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR  HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster |
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT
Flavoring
Extracts
Sfr
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the  best layer
" Cake at the Exhibition.    ===
_ cordial invitation is extended ��. all   to visit our exhibit at the ��.lf'

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