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 /hite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
tfFW WESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 205
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1907.
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
10 CENTS PER WEEK
ITI-ASIATIC AGITATION SPREADING
REFORM BUREAU IS
LATEST SUGGESTION
llONSTER PARADE      ilOCAl FEELING STRONG  VICTORIA PROPOSES    f^Z tTLSU
TAKES PLACE TONIGHT!    AGAINST ORIENTALS      EXCLUSION LEAGUE: combating office.
THREE SWIFT RUNNERS
EAGER TO COME TO FAIR
[housands Will Take Part in: Contingent From This City: Capital City Workmen Take
Demonstration Against In-1    Going Over to Vancouver |    the Lead   in   Organizing
to Support Protest.
flux of Undesirables.
IVancouver, Sept C���The big parade
anti-Asiatic demonstration to be
\\i en Saturday evening under the
in,    of    the  Asiatic    Exclusion
bgui promises to be one of the most
ires Ive affairs  of  the   kind  ever
bb iii Hritish Columbia, and if the
���ned: tions of the committee are re-
Led the parade will undoubtedly be
largest ever seen in the city.
p-  Is expected  that    nearly    every
ge, labor union and  fraternal  or-
Inization ia the city will be repre-
ited'   A feature of the parade will
the attendance of large numbers
service men   who   have   signifieel
plr Intention of taking   part.     All
ho have served in the army or
I v or any branch of the  Imperial
Ices are  requested  to parade,  and
will  wear their medals.
iree brass bands will take part and
DOSgible n  number of torclu/; will
secured.
The parade will assemble N on the
Inileic street grounds and the start
be made sharp at 7:30- The
ite will be alqng Georgia street to
fuivi!.. . nnd to the city hall via
stings street.
the (ity ball a mass meeting will
held  at   which   many    prominent
|zens will be heard.    Harry Senkl.er
act as chairman, and C M- Wood-
til  will   be  one   of   the   principal
iikcrs.   A. E- Fowler, secretary of
Exclusion _eague in Seattle, will
m (lir  city for the occasion  and
also address the meeting.
Keep-Away Association.
Although Xew Westminster has no
Asiatic Exclusion league regularly organized,  yet the  feelin
to
The formation of a local Reform
bureau is the latest weapon suggested
for use in the present campaign
against vice in its different forms in
this city. No active steps have been
taken as yet towards the formation of
such a bureau, lent at a meeting of all
the ministers in the city to be held
on Monday afternoon, the proposition
Chandler, Vancouver; Burns,
of Calgary; and Longboat
May Race Together.
HINDUS START ON
TREK TO BRITISH SOIL
Terrorized Sikhs Seek to Escape From Frenzy of Bellingham's Maddened Mob.
Victoria,   Sept   G���Victoria
i have an  Oriental    Exclusion    league.
i__..._. o_r_,i..i_t   i ��� .     ���  i .  .. ���..       will  le  fully discussed, and  the  pro-
Here against , Last night  the  permanent  committee ' ^ *
fh���  ��� x.       .   .   ., .  _. .   ' I motors  of the   scheme   are confident
the  continued  influx  ol   Orientals  is  appointed  b.v the trades    and    labor   ^ ���  _vil, ^ una,.,.1(11]!.lv    6,m_
very  strong, and   the   pent  up spirits ; council lo watch the developments In   llar Institutions have been found'help-
of  many   who are out   and    out    for' the   immigration   of   Oriental   coolies' ful   in   the   fight   against   Immorality
White Canada  may  be    expected   U   and  to  makee  recommendations from!"1 eastern cities and towns, and the
brfjfik   .-in   an.i   ��j.a,.,   i._.__>f    i _,f..,._ri _��� _._.'    _. _, .    .i. ii i church  members  are of  the opinion
ureal,   out   ana   assert   itself    beioie,tinie to time, reported to the council, I t '
iiiaiiv   moon',   hnvo   ,,.��wi     i���   tart ' i (haf the time is ripe for the creation
many   moons   nave   passed,    in   tact, ,aml one  of lheil   moat  important re-' ,        , .     ...      ..       ���,.
from   the   expressions     of    sympathy, , ,,,, ,     ,        w,   I m y'
a   Public I C0B{ js   ilorne  by   the   Moral   Reform
Another star Canadian runn< r has
uplilied for an engagement to run in
this city during exhibition week- This
last applicant is no less a notable
than Chandler, of Vancouver, whose
performances at the Seattle Marathon races last winter placed him in
the front rank of western runners. A
Statement  to this effect  was made at
Bellingham, St pt- C���One hundred
and thirty-five Hindus, terrorized by
the mobs which have gathered about
the mills in thia city, have lefl. for
other fields over the Bellingham Hay
& British Columbia and Great Northern railroads, going to northern points
Thirty others have taken up their
few belongings and departed on their
commendations   was   that
heard   yesterday  in   sevenal   quarters!
with  the  movement    undertaken    in'meet,n:'    l,'i'11'1   '<"   ';,!,;l  in  "><�����';'-    ��� ���'ci.nion.
Vancouver to demonstrate the Hostile'
future to  form  a branch  of the ex-:    Another subject wnich will be dis-
attitude to Oriental immigration, it is ' elusion league, which was given birth j cussed   at   the   meeting   will be   the
the meeting of the board of control > way to Oakland, Cab There are now
of the exhibition which was held last I only 135 Hindus left in Bellingham,
evening in the board of trade room- j and these are vociferous in their ex-
C- A- Welsh, chairman of the sports j planation that they are only delaying
committee, who has just returned j their departure in order to collect, the
from the coast, reported at length re- \ Wages due them from the mills,
specting his negotiations with the I the rioting is practically at an end.
Tecumseh lacrosse  team    and    Tom   The  chief  feature centered  today  in
probable that not another
Vancouver-     The
sun will rise ; some   time  ago in    . .,,,	
before  many  Xew   Westminster  citl- j matter was left in  the hands of the'1'
proposition to hold union services in
zens will have shown their attitude.
The big parade and anti-Asiatic demonstration which will be held a
Vancouver this evening by the members of the Asiatic Exclusion league
and friends will be attended b.v mi.-.y
people from this city.
The demonstration has been weil or-
executive committee for action- In the
| meantime the council is in corres-
, pondenee with the organizations, both
in Vancouver and Seattle, to find out
i just what has been done and what
I their intentions are for the future.
! They are also arranging a meeting
i with   Hon. William     Templeman    to
city within the course of the
next two months. It is also possible
that the ministers may draft a resolution asking the city council to
make a strong effort to suppress the
social evil in this city-
FIRST SERVICE IS HELD
IN ROBSON CHURCH
ganlzed in Vancouver, and the most' find out the views of the Dominion I West Robson, B- C, Sept 6���The
impressive demonstration of the kind  government and to discuss the matter j new  Baptist   chapel  at  West Robson
Longboat, the Indian runner. Mr.
Welsh stated that Longboat was anxious to meet Burns, of Calgary, and
that he would gladly come if Burns
could be induced to run against him-
No replies have yet been received by
the manager of the several communications sent to Burns, but the boar;!
the efforts of the authorities to swear
in a special force of police- Mayor
Black announced early in the day that
the situation was serious, and that if
order was not speedily restored he
would call upon the state troops to
stop further Tioting.
Councilman  Sells, a Socialist, took
ever witnessed in this province is
expected to take place. So far as
New Westminster is concerned, the
movement will be spontaneous as no
attempt has been made to organize a
contingent here to attend the demonstration, yet there is ����ery probability
of a large turn-out. It is understood
that arrangements will be made with
the B- 0- Electric Railway company
to take the crowd on special cars over
to Vancouver.
with him- j which has been built by the misslon-
Tbe action of the school board in ; ary pastor. A- W Dymock, formerly of
excluding the Chinese from the schools ' -N'ew Westminster, was formally open-
was endorsed, and the delegates to td on Monday. The heavy rain and
the trades congress at. Winnipeg were < thunderstorm of th" early forenoon
instructed to co-operate with the ! prevented a large number from being
other British Columbia delegates in ..resent- About twenty-five came from
order to have, the congress adopt the : Nelson, and several from Rossland
strongest possible measures to bring' Trail, Grand Forks and other dis-
before tne government, the necessity 'licts-
of excluding  all  Asiatic  coolies  from ",     A   fleet   of boats   met   the   visitors
the country ,
I
HEI COMEDY SCORED
A SIGNAL SUCCESS
ii  mirth  making  laughter pro-
fug piece,   "Mrs.  Temple's    Tele-
TOO MANY GIRLS OGLE      j ANOTHER SUSPECT HELD
at the steamboat landing and convey-
| ed them and their heavily laden lunch
baskets to the west side of the river-
There the  spacious dining room of a
hermit rdosevelt!   in roper murder case r.""���-"^inrd::::
  I served-   The bulk of the work being
done by the ladies of Robson. Castle-
is still hopeful of arranging an ever.t \ occasion to denounce the methods ad-
in which both Burns and Longboat j opted by the police in coping with the
will figure, and probably Chandler as i riots, and declared that they had been
well. A three'sided race with these a disgrace to the city. With this crit-
three reputable pacers would be an icism rankling, the mayor promptly
interesting attraction and it is '-announced that he would swear in
probably that the men will be engag- fifty special policemen to aid the reed if possible. Tim O'Rourke, the j gular force before calling for outside
champion heavy weight thrower of aid-
Canada, will bring Ixingboat out if I There was some trouble In the mill
the negotiations go through, and will I district tonight, and a mob which had
give exhibitions of weight throwing collected at one time made an attempt
Authority was given the manager at '< to attack several of the Hindus. The
the meeting last evening to arrange | Orientals were promptly placed under
lor judges for the fair, and to have I arrest, and   the  police  were  able  to
the', explain to the mob    that   the    men
certain   improvements  made  to
buildings at the grounds
would all leave town before there was
O. A. Welsh and W- R- Gilley were ; any opportunity for further violence
named to act as a committee in seci"'-
in geate-keepers.
Manager W- H- Keary reported that
all the concessions on the grounds,
as well as all the space in the buildings had been taken and that no more
applications for room could be considered-
The mills principally affected are
those of Larson & Lake, Bellingham
Bay Improvement company, E- K. T.
Wood & Morrison's. These are now
guarded by fifteen deputies. It Is believed that all danger of further trouble is now over, and that the Hindus
wi] Ihe allowed to leave in peace-
I
Chicago,   Sept-   6���it   developed  today that Kernilt Roosevelt, son of the
RECEPTION TO PASTOR
' :"' a visual success at the! president, who was making a march
'      ���'       yesterday   evening.    It
Bellingham. Sept.   6-Hwrj.   Watts.   ...^   am]  vjcinity     The  church   was
who the officers have been watching
ior the last, three weeks on suspicion
then visited and the large bell donated by Messrs- McDermid and McCarty
ncn-
pis ci medy   of errors is   without
f1" "'i'       the best plays that has
,;':' :      cally   for some   Lino,   the
being strong and well balanced,
"'  king harmoniously throughout
Plecf     I ngallant as 11  may seem,
imlm fcrr the acting must be aw-
"'  ,;   the   male   members  ol  the
PPMy, who showed   to   better ad-
jtage than the ladles���although ibis
I11"  '������'" ition   upon   the  histrionic
"ties ei any of the actresses,   it is
be calcium did nol h in-r
���i. quite s.i consistently.
from   Fort   Leavenworth,   Kansas,  to   that  he was inplicated In the murder, Qf ^.^^ wag m iQ mQtim mvaiag
Fort  Sheridan,  with   the  Thirteenth | 0f Addle Roper here last winter, was riu]titudeM of mountain echoes.
cavalry, deserted the soldiers at   -los    arrested at Anacortes today.    He will       A service of a dedicatory character
lyn.  111.,  because  he  could  no  longer   be  charged  with  murder, and  the o*-jwas lhen he](1     pagTor Dymock took
endure the lionizing to which the girl j : fleers are firmly convinced that if he   cha Pastor   F.   T-   C-   Lever    of
and women subjected him. was not'one of the men who commltt-j ^ xrail-Rossland district, read  the
The squadron of cavalry with which   ed the crime that he was at least an ' serjptnres and Rev. E- H- Shanks, of
young Roosevelt rode I.s today march- j accessory. j Nelson,  preached from Gal 6:2 "Bear
Ing between Elgin and Chicago and is       About three weeks ago Watts, while J yfl one all0(her's burdens and so fulfil
expected to arrive at Fort Sheridan to-! drinking In a saloon here, is alleged Ljje jaw of Christ"
morrow morning. Lieut. Phillip Sherl-' to have said that he stood as lookout ���     .j.j.���   balnce  of the   afternoon   and
dan said today:    "Wc have not heard j while Doane Bell, now In the c0'111'-'   evening was spent in games of various
from Hermit since we left him at .Jos- | jail  charged   with   the  Roper  murit'r'; description   and   at   6   oclock   dinner
i ���
along the road . entered the little cottage where Miss   .....s 8erved u|| in splendid style.
foul I
Tu
rin two weeks ago. Al
he   was  lionized and     great    crowds' Roper  lived,  and   committed  his  J-uul I bles  were  then  cleared away  an! ;:i
would  visit  the camp    to   see    him-1 crime, which he afterwards attempted i enjoyai,]e program of reading, songs,
1   Underwood   and     Edward j TllJiy wou\$ not leave him alone even I to bide by setting the house on fire. , etc.'wag rendered by the Nelson B- Y-
i even honors as Frank > ai  Im.ais    Curious people would pull   Watts haa been shadowed ever since t p  jj _ asBjS(e(] )JV a few others.
bilging  friend   in   need, Lack tbe flap of tiie tent where he was. his alleged confession and when tho  .	
��� ple, the loving husband   eating.    Early one morning while we  officers learned that he was going to
suspicion.    Wig-on. the   were Mt Jqslyn an elderly woman in-   depart for Seattle they ordered his nr-
������'- iie,i.i.itioiis butler with  vaded his tent, while he was still In  rest-
tnind found a caph^e ox-] his cot   She patted him on the cheek
"' thi   person of Joseph Daily.  amj m,lleil him a 'dear boy.'   She was   handkerchief which was found ln the1
I a. the amorous hairdresser,  on]y il(.tini,- j��� R motherly spirit and  R(ll,(.,. 00ttage belonged to Watts, a
ently  exaggerated  by   Ed-  seemed proud that the presldenl bad   f.lct t)Klt  ]m8 been determined since
' '       ' i" '     Frances Sins-son,  as j sl|cl,  .,  rin(. BOn_    However, that was   watts ma(je his alleged confession to
1        Temple, the sender of the < th��� iast  slraw   for   Remit    He  said
The second  match of the Gun club
vs- Militia competition will take place
ibis afternoon at the rifle range across
The sheriff declares that the bloody j lhu tiv<,,,    His holKU. Judge Bo,e wllJ
referee. ��� *
Rev   J   S   Henderson Welcomed Back
By His Congregation
A  reception to the Rev. J- S- Hen-
i derson on  his  return   frol'r_  '.���!." aa~>-
was tendered by the members of hia
congregation on Thursday evening in
the   lecture room    of    St.    Andrew's
church.
The entertainment took the form of
; a  program of songs, musical    selec-
! tions,  and   speeches,  etc-    The  chair
I was  occupied   by  Hugh Wilson,  who.
In a few appropriate remarks, wel-
] coined the pastor and the strangers
j who have lately arrived in the city
j and associated themselves with the
i church. Mr. Henderson replied in a
' fitting manner.
Among those who took part in the
! program were Miss Laird who sang,
! Miss   Veda   Bass   who     rendered     a
piano selection, and Miss Myrtle
I Brown who recited- Horace Dorer also
, sang-
Refreshments were served after the
, completion of the program-
HABERDASHERY   STORE *"
OPENS  THIS   MORNING
J. Eugene Brown,   New    Westntfn-
1 ster's new haberdash/t.^ wjh open hit
I doors  for busings  this morning for
ih��   flrsl   time-     Fur   several   weeks
he has been getting his premises re-
j modeled  to suit  the  r?qu'.''re.��nents  of
j a retail establishment, and getting bi-v
i stock on the  shrives,  and    altho",J5.J-
some  of   his   goods   are   still on  the""
road,   he   has   decided   to   get   go.'us
| without further delay.
The premises in which Mr. Brown
; has established himself are situated
i between W- J- Kerr's real estate of-
! flee and Peter Peebles' office- The
fixtures, including counter, shelving,
\ show case, tables, etc, are of con-
| venlent and up-to-date design.
Mr. Brown opens with a complete
line of clothing, including suits, hats
of all styles, and qualities, hose, shirts,
collars, a.'d in fact everything necessary in a man's wardrobe-
his drinking companions.
It Is tiie present plan, to try Watts
at the same time that nell is tried,
and  for the  same  crime.
''"" smaller characters in the
lv were all in capable hands.
I"' house was well filled, but only ]
Whom   it   didn't   hurt   to  laugh '
[aged to give their risible faculties
swing until the end of the third,
Itest act.
Serious  Shooting Accident.
lotoria,    Sept.    6���At    least    one
t 'ng accident  occurred   yesterday
n"   City, the victim  being Her-
''""tiingham,   who   lives at   the
E'"'l hotel.    Cunningham and his
I'1' 0e��rge    Aikni'.m,    went    out
l"K  bright  and    early    in    tb"
F close to the Colwood and met
some success.   Cunningham had
V bird and was baking it    ut of
J-"" B mouth when another grouse
ln 'roni of him.    Aiknian    let
W   It   and  as   he   did   so   Cun-
pm straightened    up, receiving
I wr��e in his stomach and thighs.
LONG  DISTANCE  WALKER
DROWNS  AT  NANAIMO
C- J. Lee Warner, a young Englishman from Victoria, well known in tlrs
city, and  recently a  resident  of Vancouver, was  drowned  at Xanaimo  on
Wednesday afternoon.    The unfortun-
Partner Drags River for Remains of ate man had undertaken to swim from
Alec  McDonald. j the  waterfront  to  Protection    island.
Dp till late yesterday evening the j He had reached Protection and w,as on
remains of Alex. McDonald, who was | his way back, when just near the red
'drowned at Millside on Wednesday ! beacon, he was eivdently seized with
Miss Marjorie Rambeau, the talent- I mornjng) hil(j not been taken from the ! cramps, for the crew of the Kestrel,
ed young actress who is starring ln ' rlver| although the deceased man's J lying in the harbor, heard him calling
the Rambeau stock company, will be, roominR partner, E. McCallum, has j for help. They Immeeliately lowered
seen as a boy on the opera house ])een dragging ever slnce the drown- j a boat and started to his rescue, but
boards  this  evening,  when  ���Carrots"   ^ , he &ftnk before they col]h] reach him.
will be  put  on as  i�� curtain    rais*r.      McCallum and McDonald were boys |     The deceased was a man of about
"Merely   Mary Ann"   will  appear   fur
" 's
Thelm*.
the last  straw  for  Kermit
I that cause,1 all  the trouble, I he would take a train to Chicago, and
���"'It weeping willow part to i we have not seen him since.
ch  she   did   full   justice.     Gwynei     Kermit joined the cavalry at Fair-'
l!lL  creditably Impersonated Mrs. j fje]d, lowa, and rode with It for seven
1 Brown,  an  irate  femle  with ft  days.    He stood the hardships of the
i her heart for handsome   march with evident enjoyment, the officers declare, until he was forced  to
flee from the women and girls.
McCallum and McDonald were boys 1
together in the same place in Michi-1.10 years of age.
He was tall, power-
the last time this evening, next week ��  Kan anil together they left, their home [ fully  built and  an  athlete, being an
play being "Thelm��- '��� on the twenty-fourth of June last to j enthusiastic long distance walker. He
 " ' come to the coast-   McCallum has no-! was representing Westward Ho mag-
The  local  council    of women  will   tiffed the parents of the deceased of, azine-    He was a journalist, and had
met In  the board of trade room  on ' the sad affair. ] done good work  for various publica-
Mondav    afternoon     at    three-thirty,     McDonald was 23 years of age and  tions in the province-   At the present
o'clock  when the report of the work ; single.    He  left no valuables in his   t'me   he   was   "doing"   some  articles
done at the national council of women | room at Millside where he worked for  on the island for an English puhllca-
held in Vancouver during the month   the  Fraser River  Sawmills,  Limited,   t|on-    He was a great traveler    and
of July will be discussed.   A general   but it is understood he    left   trunks | during his residence in South Africa
Invitation is extended to all ladies in-   and   considerable   personal   property   had   gained the  championship  as    a
terested In the work of the council to   at Bellingham.   He carried insurance - long  distance   walker   at   20   and  2f>
i     ,.^_,_._.��t on his life. mllese
be present.
ODDFELLOWS RECEIVE
GRAND MASTER EMELETCN
The combined local lodge; of Oddfellows, assisted i y the members of
the Rebuokahs, officially received last
evening Grand Master Thomas Embla-
ton, of Rossland, who Is paying a visit
to all the provincial bulges. The attendance last evening was large and
a most enjoyable time was spent.
The Royal City lodge held a regular
session early in thi evening and at
which the grand master was received
on behalf of the members of the city,
after which the public function commenced in the main hall. The chair
was occupied by Grand Treasurer E.
L Webber. Those who took part In
the program were Thomas Embleton,
Grand Master, speech; Grand Representative D- E- McKenzie, speech:
Rev- A- DeB. Owen, solo; James
Chambers, sjieech; Miss Spring, Instrumental solo; C-H-CIow, speech; C-
S- Richmond, speech, and Mrs. Diamond, noble grand of Rebuckahs,
speech-
Refreshments were served at the
conclusion of the program and the
gathering broke up about 11 p. m. after a most enjoyable evening had
been spent. '   ,
FROG  CATCHING  PAYS
COLLEGE EXPENSES
; Peterboro, Sept. G���Harvey Wilkinson, a student in Toronto university,
is spending his vaction at the Kawar-
tha lakes, but he is making his stay
here a profitable one. and when he returns to resume his studies will have
cleared $700, enough to pay his expenses at college during the coming
year and something in addition.
He is earning this money catching
frog3, which he sends to New York
>and Chicago, cities in which frogs'
legs are considered a delicacy- They
bring 35 cents a pound there, and,
since it requires from two to seven
frogs to make a pound of meat, It
can be seen that he has to catch a
great many In order to make it profitable- He catches the frogs by a simple method, the only bait used being
h piece of red flannel on an ordinary
fish hook- The frogs' legs are ship-
lied in cans containing eighty pounds
each, and during the summer the enterprising young college man has had
a greater demand for the delicacy
than he has been able to supply.
His success bas given others the
idea, and recently a number of young
men have been engaged in the business, with success proportionate to
their skill and perseverance-
.
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SATURDAY,  se
THE DAILY NEWS.
SEPT. 7.
'*?
No lumpbetf in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Each pure,
nch u_lt-grun kctps separate.
retaining all its natural strength.
m
2
CORRESPONDENCE
��-
The   Social   Evil
Editor Daily News. Now Westminster
8tr: The author ot the article signed "8eo_stbte View." h.is made such
sweeping BMerUo&a that, under ordi-
MUrj circumstance-, one wottld (eeJ
h_.e allowing such to ;>ass without
notice, rii; rinoe the question .i; ls-
rae is of such greet moment, and
the apparenl object ol those statements is to IsftMBce the public mind
.��������������� kaj effort to stamp oal
the Bocial evil' in oar dty, they eanr
not be allowed to pan anchs langi i
At the outset he tdo   -   iat iu tbe
\t".>     est   interests  ot  society    the
<.   ._ ��� ������ rius aw'::: traffic is lm-
;t;ative   trot  tmmedtat* .    iftei   thia
admission he begins to Inform us that
��,. cannot expect condtt ins to change
\       materially ii In this
nes-- tain y,    I #a:-.
i      ii e no ch mge foi tbe bet-
- s ...  -    ���-..  m      .   ted op-
I   a   !bv.   -       onstr ictk a ca
oerta - mas
S ippoee for the sake ol argon ���
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suggests
be mean I - ���:
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the i
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lost   .i" I   Sil riet
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that in Souris these evi! women  ���
invited  to return  bj   prominent  ci::-
reus, forsooth
M: Editor, those statements are
not in accordance with (ACts, and 1
hereby challenge the litaor to produce and publish - riio testimony *t
one reliable Individual in sopport ol
_��� ii h  statements
As eno who ts a        rha
with prevailing con i:rrins   in    thes
c::ios   referred io.   both   before    ani
since   ri:e   cleaning  otrt   system   has
been tried, I  have   his  to s.��>   thai
one result has invariably been .. ?roa:
many  of these  characters h.ive    '.^���'.
tho city  entirely   anl  those  remaining  wore not  free to  dieplaj    their
colors as before and thus much of the
temptation to the youth was  remov-
As a citisen ot the Royal C      ani
ot Canada, I woeld be ashamed to sa:
that m> sister, wife or danfhter ought
to be protected trom possible Insult
or assault or any   j| the moral  :.i"i-
ors  wri.h which  thoy  nre surrounded
in  this  life  a:   tho  excuse of    the
..   degradation and probabk    e;.e-
structioo of poor unfortunates
This  argument  that  there   Is   less
-- nit,   rape   aad seduction    undei
���  safal   conditions   la   uol     correct
There  is  a  great  eie.ri  more  of  such
- - -  :.' ri:.!.:: thor-.   wo :
-o j ears be I elaps* .   in
the com fc '���  su ress m system.
Tho same principle applies here BS
loes In the case of any other crime.
Suspend thi     ���    gainst n     ler and
one week anl we would not
- ai night
Th:? int        -   attic is a cess
of   corruption that  breeds   all      nds
ri   rimi is Um  e t        - ss-
s:or.s        ��� ��� ���-.
ho seeks aftei       ��� ���  - ���   b
the   homes -     I
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To be well dressed
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exercise of good
taste and judgment
in your selection of
materials. "Fashion-
Craft" clothes are
good in everj' detail���
they are made for good
dressers.
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NITriRE    EMPORIUM    IN   THE   PROVINCE
Low   Price*.   Easy  Credit and   Liberal   Terms for everybody.      No eaten as you can prices.    Everything mart
ed  en plain figures.
We Pay tour Return Fare to New Westminster
if  you   purchase   of  us $20.00  worth   or over,   and   pacK
goods free and pay freight  to   New   Westminster.
i-    NO     INTEREST    CHARGED
CREDIT
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Proprietor
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Best    : Trimming        Bri: of
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M.UNGTRY. Up-to-date Tailor
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247  Front St.
: A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES I
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
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Gold, Gold Filled, Silver,
Diamond Set,      Pearl Set,      Amethyst,
Set,        Mourning, Souvenir,        &c.
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H iise ::. 7th Avenue, near 4:.; street
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light X::e lot, stable and chicken
ran.    Price S1S00.   :..-.  .-.. le terms.
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THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE *J INSURANCE
Rubberoid Roofiw
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It has stood the test. heat, frost. v.ind 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 roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. ���:- -:- :-
Combated Iron always on hand and price risht
T. J.  TRAPP   &  O
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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horses   for   high   figures  under    the
hammer.
The attendance at yesterday's mar-
ket was larger and a .urge amount (ri
trading was done in all lines.
Condensed
Advertisements
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AMUSEMENTS
NEW
FALL
CAPS
Motor style 50c and 75c the cap
Golf shape 25c and 50c the cap
Boys' Telescope Hats
$1.75 and $2.00 the hat
PHILLIPS
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CHINESE ORGANIZE.
WANTED���Eo;
ing-    Apply
io learn the tinsmith-
it   Kirk's   hardware.
Fruit w,as again the predominating !	
feature eri the weekly  market yester-   Go|d Fie|d Society Has Been Granted
day aud trading was heavy-   The sup- '��� Letters of  Incorporation
ply of apples was the largest of the
,    . . .  :     Victoria,   Sept.  6���The   U-old   Eield
season so far, a great portion or wmcu ! '
society  is  the  name of a  benevolent
wa*  ol   a  first    class    grade.     The; g()<;lety  whjch has  befin incorporatfe(1
prices ruled from 76 cents to $1-20 a J under  the  benevolent  society   act   by
box.    A. J. Ptstbke of Hall's PrairR ' a number of local  Chinamen-
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Wardrobe   Clothier
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Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
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Fop
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OHLY BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
offered some very fine Alexanders at
V- Others with apples were William
Foreman of Langley ami Wil.i.iin
Barrett of Sumas. There was a splen- i
did demand for apples of the better
class.
Pears and plurns were very plentiful and the demand was firm for good
stock- Some very fine stock was offered for sale by A. Unsworth o Sar-
dis, Ozias Tribe of Rosedale, and J.
N. Thompson of Sumas. The ruling
prices for pears and prunes respectively were about 70 cents and 40
cents per crate- Meats were fairly
plentiful and the demand was strong
for prime stock. Beef sold at S 4-2
and up to 9 1-2 for hindquarters and
front quarters brought six and seven
cents. Mutton was in good demand
at 13 and 14 cents jeer pound. The
supply was larger than usual. Lamb
brought 15 cents per pound- There
was a fair supply of veal which was
all disposed of at 11 cents per pound.
Pork sole] briskly at 11 cents er
pound- The suply was not Large and
all was disused of early.
The supply of produce was not so
heavy as usual and prices were a little firmer. Eggs brought as high as
45 cents retail, and 117 cents wholesale. The great bulk of the supply
sold for 4u cents to local dealers.
Butter was in good demand at 40
cents a pound- This article is growing scarcer owing it is rejiorted to
the growing scarcity of feed- The
price is expected to remain firm a1
40 cents for some time-
Fowls of all kinds were plentiful
and prices for them were about the
same as last week. Good fowls
brought from $0-50 to $7-50 a dozen
while chickens sold for from $3-50 to
$5 ,a dozen. The demand was strong
for both-    There  was a fair supply
Dong Tong. is manager, Hong Bow,
secretary, Jack Hing eeiul Kini Toon,
managing officers.
The society's expressed object if-':
(a) The making provision by way
of contributions, subscriptions, do-
nations or otherwise, against sickness, unavoidable misfortunes or
death, and for relieving the widows
and orphan children of members deceased-
lb) For Improvement and development of the mental, social and
physical conditions of young men, and
for promoting the cause of temperance
and moral reform.
The body of young S- Wiliams, who
was drowned across the river ou Wednesday evenig last and recovered
on Thursday, will be shipped tn Everett today, the funeral being slated to
take place in that city this afternoon-
WANTED. .Three smart boys to
work at Fred Lynch's Cigar Factory
TO LET���Bed sitting room furnished,
nteir Crescent and oar. Apply White
Shiles &. Co., Columbia street.
WANTED���Boy to take charge of of-
iice.    Apply  in own handwriting to j
S. G. care of Daily News office.
WANTED���Smart boys to deliver the.
Daily News.    Apply  at  Daily  News
office.
WANTED���Smart   boy     to    work    in
printing office.    Jackson  &.  Morri-,
sou, printers, Daily News block.
ROOM  AND BOARD in private fam- '
ily.    Apply   corner   Queens   aveuue
and Eleventh street.
WANTED���To trade, fine home just
outside Westminster for city property. Principals only. S R- Bowell.
Sapperton.
WANTED���One lady for pressing
ladies work; also to do a little
sewing- Apply Royal City Dye
Works,  3C7 Columbia street.
IRVlS/C BEERS
Man
To-Night
MARJORIE   RAMBEAU   and
her   Eastern  Stock   Compan..
��� IN ���
MERELY MARY ANN
Preceded at 8:30
by that charming play
CARROTS
POPULAR  PRICES.
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Look Up
: The :
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing
and Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
OPP. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
LOST���A   gold   filled   watch,   English \
case,   finder  kindly   return    to    T. ] Corner of Pender and Hamilton  Sts-
Clifford's  jewelry   store and   obtain j ___
reward.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
LOST���From the B- C E- R. car. a
package of Sample Suspenders, return to the Daily News office. %b
reward-       y
WANTED���Two respectable roomers
for bed room and parlor with heater
moderate. Apply 123, Eleventh
street.
LOST���Tuesday    afternoon,    between
Columbia   street  and     the    tennis
courts, a Red Cross pin, initials R.
C.   H.     Please  return   to  Mrs.    J. ;
Cotton, Third avenue.
LOST���Tusk-shaped pearl stick pin,
gold mounted. Suitable reward.
Return to H. E. Cochran, care of
W. J. Kerr.
The Lyceum Stock Company
�� Commencing
Monday, Sept. 9th
With   H-   CRANE'S   great   success���
DAVID  HARUM
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
Ladles'Gold Watches from $12,75up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
of ducks on sale and the demand was | face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
ase, $7.50 up.
equal to the supply. The call for
full grown birds was especially brisk.
The demand for potatoes was not
strong, while the supply was fair. Th >
ruling price was $20 a ton.
T- J. Trapp  sold  several  teams of
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
\rctic Exoedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
STRAYED���A red cow, with figure 7
ou left hind quarter. Owner can
have same by proving property and
paying for advertisement. Apply
James Doyle,  Sapperton.
| TO LET���A six-roomed cottage (modern)   with   good   garden   of   fruit
I trees, near the city car .line.    Address
i Box 41S, City.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
ranches throughout Canada and New foundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transac ted.
fetters of Credit issued, available wi tL correspondents in all parts of the
World.
laving* Bank Department, Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
r���" ��l  Assets over $16S,000.000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER,  Manager
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU  BANK   WITH
_________   qj,e	
The Tinted Centre Pieces
and CUSHION TOPS
which-are so much in vogue just now
have lately arrived.
FOP. SALE���Gasoline fishing boat,
$5(10. Six horse power, double
cylinder, almost new, first class
machine in splendid condition. Apply to J. K., P. O. Box 04a, city.
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We have a complete range of Stamped Linens,
such as Tea Covers, Runners, Tray
Cloths, Doileys, etc., etc., which will
be used by the ladies employed by the
Corticelli Silk Co., who give free lessons in the Guichon parlors to all
those interested.
tsr As the ladies remain in the city only a limited
time, visit them as early as possible.
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. 1. BIRTCti,   -   275 Columbia Street
FURNISHED ROOMS ��� Furnished
rooms to let in Vancouver, 2o Hastings St., W. next door to Palace
hotel, Mrs. E. J. Grieve, proprietress.
6-ROOM ED HOUSE on Eighth St.,
between Third .and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, hall cash. Apply McQuarrie
& Co.,  Front  St,
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. 53, R. Chandler
407  Hastings  St., Vancouver, B.C.
FOR THE BEST
Photograph
MONEY CAN BUY
AT ANY PRICE
VISIT
THE
Royal Studio
CUNNINGHAM
BLOCK
Proprietor, L. HAWEIS
(pronounced Hoyes)
For Sale or Charter ���
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
he Canadian Bank of Commerce
faid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
E. WALKER, President. ALEX.  LAIRD,  General  Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING,
"y facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken   for collection. ..
HANKING  BY  MAIL-Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail.
"t-of-town accounts receive every a ttention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON, ManagOT-
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
STERN-WHEEL STEAMER 'HAMLIN." Length 146 feet, width 30
feet, depth 4 feet 0 inches. Engines 15x60, built ln Pittsburg, Pa.;
shaft 8 inches. Boiler locomotive
type, length 20 feet, diameter 12
inches; working pressure 422 lis.
All pipe connections complete.
Particulars, price, etc., apply to
H. A. JONES
I 407 Cordova   St.,  Vancouver.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD  HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
k
EASTERBROOK  MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES - First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR -  IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed���all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
To accommodate all the guests
i who will visit the city during exhibi-
i tion time it is desired that all householders prepared to offer accommo-
! dation at reasonable rates will leave
j their addresses with Edward Hoult
i billeting agent at the city hall, where
. all  information  may he obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
! Chairman of the Billeting committee.
We Are Not In the Trust!
And can save you 50 per cent,
on a SAFE or CASH REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT COY.
Vancouver, B. C.
' 510 Richards St., Phone 2123
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List tor the year 1907 has
been completed, and that the sanw
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to he adeled
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signed
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to be delivered,
to the City Clerk within thee time
hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerl;.
City Clerk'a office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, __����..
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
-   SATURDAY,  SEPT. J[j
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ELLENSDALE
This property is situated close to the High and
Normal schools, five minutes from Ninth Ave.
car line, and adjoins the Shaughnessy Heights,
at $650 per lot; 1-4 cash and balance in
quarterly payments for two years.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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discharged men. who, not finding any |
transport* cut the waterpipes, attacked iba shops and destrcund every-1
thing within reach- They also seized ;
the general in command of the troops '
nni dragged him about amid coarse
insults-
More discharged soldiers we ex-
pecteei. and therefore th" town ll
greatly excited' The Italians have j
asked the governor of Erythrea to
send a ship, and a British vessel is
expected at Hodeidah.
Bracelets
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Dally News  Pub-
shing   Company   Limited,   at   their
Jflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY, SEPT   7, 1907-
Edward Hoult, of the exhibiton
billeting committee, has received notice from twenty residents that they
are  prepared to give accommodation I
��� --       -   -      -��� | to visitors during fair week-    Names'
Dominion  lighthouse tender    Quadra,   and addresses of air persons offering j
which rescued the crew of the wrecked j room  accommodation is tabulated   by
American ba>"l_entim. Coloma off Cape   .\tr,  Hoult,  and  the information   will
Beale on December 7 last]  were re-1 be at the service of persons interesteu. I
warded   today   by   the   United   States'
government through Hon- W  Temple-
I man, acting minister of marine.   Gold
watches,   suitably   inscribed    as    tl
We have them in Gold Filled,
Solid Gold, and Silver, at all
prices, from  $1.25 upwards.
Bracelets in Diamond, Ruby and Sapphire.
Horace Dorcr
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
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.1. A- Young, for u number of years
bookkeeper for H Belyea & company
is  negotiating  with  the  Royal    City
w..h the aim
i were  presented   to  Captain
A GREAT UNDERTAKING. j Hacket( an(1 chie[ officer MacDonald
The  building of the Georgian  bay of ���K, Quadra> aml uie(iais, similarly
canal  would enable,    the shippers to j inacrn>f..u were given ,0 seamen Fish-
consign   wheat,   directly     from     Fort.   ,,,.   c���x   Evans and Reche
William    and    Pori  Arthur to Great|    Mrs. Minnie Paterson, wife of the
Britain.    Ore cmiM lee curried through
and steamship   passengers    could  be
carried direct   from   London  to Fort
gift of the United Suites governmeiri,! Planing Mills company
Charles'0* seci'rin? the position in the office
William. The building of the canal
would result in a vast commercial development to the province of Ontario,
and benefit would accrue to the remotest  portions of the Dominion.
That is the way in which Mr. Perks,
the we'll known English M I'-, now
visiting Canada, speaks of this great.
canal project. He points out that the
State of New York is spi'iiding one
hundred millions to make the Erie
canal fourteen teet deep, and he
thinks thai Canada should not and
will nol hesitate to spend the same
amount on a canal twenty-two feet
deep, seeing lhal it woubl be of such
great value to the country. Evidently Mr Perks has been impressed by
the vasl possibilities of Central and
Western Canada.
light-keeper at Cape Beale, wliom-rie
a remarkable overland trip to Bam-
fteld creek to notify, the Quadra of
the peril of the men on the wrecked
vessel, has also been rewarded by tue
United States government.
staff made vacant, by the resignation
1 of Aid. Jardine. E. .1- Wilkinson, a
I late arrival  in  the  city, has  already
joined  the office staff of the  Royal
City Planing mills-
: The steamer Favourite will make
her first trip on Monday since coming   under   the   management    of  the
��� Cunningham Hardware company. She
��� lias been re-fitted with new furnish-
i ings and completely overhauled and is
I row in first cla..s condition. She will
1 be in charge of Captain Young. Engi- |
neer  James   Greir,   and     Purser    T-
Ooldicott    The Favourite will return e
| to the New Westminster-Mount Leh- j
man run-
thai he had been loaned it by his
uncle who lives on tlv south siele of
the river. The polled are n >w looking for uncle-
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WOMEN  THROWN TO
SHARKS BY SOLDIERS
Constantinople, Sept. 6���Discharged
Turkish soldiers who arrived at Ho-
deidali from the Inland rear: of Yemen, but were prevented from going
home immediately by thie lack of! The provincial police are after the
steamers, have been committing ex- | man who stole a row boat, owned by
cesses of the grossest kind
one steamer did arrive
LADIES'
Hairdressing Parlors
Hairdressing Tonic Washes
Manicuring Toilet Articles
Shampooing Facial Massage
Scalp Treatment Given
	
OVER WELSH'S STORE, Columbia
Street. Entrance on Sixth Slreet
Another CamjJ
Is just opened at the west end of the city to
work on the Eburne line, you know what it
means.
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Five lots on Nanaimo street between Fourteenth and Sixteenth streets, facing the
south, lovely view, each only ��� $250
Wh n   Frank DeGray from the wharf on the
two thousand ; river front The boat was stolen three
ABOUT  CHRISTIAN   SCIENCE.
Here is an  extract from an article
contributed to a recent number of the
Cosmopolitan    by  the  Karl of    Dun-
more:
"When I joined the Christian Science ehureh I had been suffering for
four years with an ailment which one
of the leading surgeons in l_ondon
told me was Incurable. I waa unable
in consequence to lake any violent
exercise. As soon, therefore, as I re-
eHllzed what Christian Science meant,
I put myself unreservedly in the
hands of a member of my family,
.ene? after live weeks" treatment was
completely healed-"
The ailment is ,������ named, bul organic disease 0f the hearl is pretty
clearly, "indicated. Now read this
ll'""i m late telegraphic dispatch from
'���"��''.ioii:
"Death from natural causes was the
verdlcl of the coroner's jury this ev-j
���ening in  lh<.  Inquest on the body of
the Bar! of Dunmore, the mosl prominenl Christian Scientist in  England,]
who died during  the night of August '
2��.  at  Trimley   Manor,  near Canterbury.    The  post-mortem examination
Bhowed thai his heart was diseased
soldiers embarked thereon, several
with their sweethearts. Terrible
quarrels broke out on board, and a
hundred and ten persons were killed
or wounded-
The women were thrown Overboard
alive to the sharks surrounding the
steamer, and there was an awful scene
as the tigers of the sea, seized their
screaming,   struggling  prey.
days ago, and yesterday morning as
Mr. DeGrey, in company with provincial Constable Deane, was casting
longing eyes up and down the river
in an effort to locate if possible the
missing boat, they discried the lost
property transporting a pmall boy
down the stream- They hailed the
lad and questioned him as to where
he obtained  the  boat.    The  boy in-
Then came eighteen hundred more formed  Mr- DeGrey and  the    officer
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard BlocW.   Npw Wa��tmln��t��r. 8 0
H. STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
Hale & Lane,
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Bo* 2%t\
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SOMETHING ABOUT��� ���
Walk-Over Shoes
10 Acres, Section 30, Township 2, Surrey,
$500
one-half cash, balance 1 year at 7 per cent.
P. PEEBLES
Real
instate
X 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307j
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The Walk-Over is the very best American Boot made.    We control the Walk-
Over agency for this city.    We can hardly keep pace with the demand
for Walk-Over Shoes.    We have new shipments arriving
weekly both by express and freight which insures
a complete line of sizes at all times.
W.  E.   FALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
Commenting on a case in which a
yellow journal waa punished for the-
ibllcation of lies about a business
mini, an exchange points out that,
while th*' law can be appealed to when
a man'- material interest are assailed, there is no ci url of ., istice to repair the' mischief when the devices < E
the slanderer are' employed to prejudice a governmenl or to advance n
bad oause or defeat a good one The
matter Is one which Is very largely
in the bands of the public If they
demand thai accusations shall be
proved; if they withdraw their patronage rrom any paper which makes
,i business of slander an l revels In
vague Insinuations of had faith and
sinister motive, the evil done by
journalistic misrepresentation would
lie greatly lessened.
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!���: Director and Embalmer, aud I will sell you anythlngin my line cheap ffl
W and will -ive you better vai it thai   you can get In an.v other place i\
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J*; Wall   Papers in  endless  vinety.    Oilcloth from 25c up     China
;��i Matting from  15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c   up. Curtain Stretri
J ers,  the  best made, $2.25  oer    sat.       Carpets,   all    grades   .ind
!���! prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint ei-.mels. $3.50 and up.    Pre-
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V able prices and satisfaction guaranteed. Xew goods arriving dally. |
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The scandal mongers mint, be hard
up tor material when the Mail and
Empire prints, and the little local
echoes copy, article's founded on Bee-
ond hand hearsay and contradicted
by known facts.
The Globe   thinks   thnt   If   there
IS
any truth in the report that United |
States officials are successful at Vic- j
toria in unloading on Canada defee- '
five and unfit Japanese who would be
rejected '"it Seattle some means +1110111(1
be found to put a stop to tills pro-'
cess  of selection.
Men's Walk-Overs in Patent Colt, Vici Kid, Gun Metal, Velour Calf and all the
popular leathers.
A nice selection of Ladies' Walk-Overs in Patent and Gun Metal leathers.
THERE IS SOME STYLE TO BE FOUND IN OUR WALKOVERS.
WALKOVERS-A SIGN OF QUALITY.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE Ltd.���
WATCHES  AND   MEDALS
ARE  GIVEN   FOR   BRAVERY
Victoria, Sept. fi���The officers ami
Be.      I  i'. ���'������'     - of the crew of the
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
Buy Land jj Oil iwack Tram Ling
We have 360 acre, in Surrey, close to the
line of the above electric railway; ideal fruit
soil; 1000 cords of shingle bolts and other
timber.   Half mile from Scott road.
$40 per acre i! you get in now     __
I BOURNE y GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
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J Call In, No Trouble To Show Goods
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SEPT  7, 1907.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
Tie Cash Stores
What's
Authoritative
or Fall Wear
IS  FOUND AT
SMITH'S
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The unequalled reputation ef the Smith establishment has been gained by the absolute au- :
Jhoritativeness of the models employed.
This season we have not only equalled our ]
last efforts but have enhanced the attractiveness \
hf our stock by an increasing number of correct ���:
Imodels.
New and original ideas brought out by the :
hiost renowned designers are here from which ;���
to make your selection, and our showing is so ,
lari^e and varied that it is of especial merit.
The New Suits
The new suits are deservingly attracting more
in the usual attention because of the extensive
ow we make and the attractive styles embraced.
is grand display is greater than we have ever of-
red. The selection of fabrics is the fullest, the
;les are absolutely settled and right, while the ���
ices are in keeping with the merit of the garments.
le best suits displayed at $20, $25, $30, $35 and up
|$60 are shown in our grand array.
The New Coats
[rich are arriving daily are the most beautiful garments ever shown in this city.
The Millinery Department
flounces its initial showing of TRIMMED HATS
DR FALL, which in point of style, beauty, adapt-
ility and price, are not to be excelled anywhere.
T. H. SMITH
267 and 271 Columbia Stree!, New Westminster.
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A Large Shipment of
rockery^Glassware
C1VE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.      OUR  PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS y DEANS
��est Site for Residences in the City
- '-"is on Queen's Avenue, between Second and Third Sts.:
cleared; lane in rear.   $2,000; 1-3 cash, bal. 6 & 12 mow.
:; Lota opposite Orphanage, on car line; road on three s:<les.
     $1,000;   terms.
���'   Secure these, as they will not be Ions on the market.    .
IcLEOD, MARK & CO.
'The Farm Land Specialists," Neio Westminster
H Peillarii. ot Iri'ti'tu. Ont-. is visiting in the city.
Mi  and Mrs  Hsjtj Latham arrived
home last evening after spending their
honeymoon in California. They wew
as far south as Pasadena.
Mr. and Mrs. Stevens, accompanied
ley Miss Ninth, ol Kamloops, have
heen visiting Mrs. Ed- Goulet. !��� ninth
avenue, for the past few days.
Guns for hire at Geo. R. Speck's
Trapp block, Columbia street
The tisMng boai Celestial E np.re
will leave this morning for the northern halibui fishing banks She will
arrive back again in the river wil . -e
load ot fish about a week hence.
The Rev.  w   H-  Barraclough  will
b in the Queen's Avenue Meth-
o   si church tomorrow   morning   on
The Abiding Presence,"  an.l  in the
evening   on th�� subject "What   and
Where."
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T. Divie3 &
Son, B 208.
The steamer Tyee, owned   by  the
i.'��� Pai ...-' tss >ci e' I m, s idle 1 yes-
te ,��� laj   :n    dug  fo     I ibie   inlet    to
the toe om    the    fishern;��n
there. She will sei I the local cold
storage : Lanl of tl      ��� - -   i ation.
.!��� G- Gamon has disposed of about
175 tickets In connection with Salmon's St. Leger sweep, which is to
be drawn in Victoria on Sept 10. This
Is the lasl day on which tickets for
the sweep wlll be s il 1 in the city-
On new cut off line to Vancouver
In Burnaby, near Tenth avenue, 21
full sized lol ��� rice $1400. Easj
terms,   Ab oi   & Hyde, next Guichon
Emma Martha Belle O'Connor, the
tl I een montl - old daughter of
George O'Connor, of Sixth avenue,
... | , the : imllj r - I 'nce Thursday
afternoon from acute bronchial pneumonia.    The funeral  will  take place
today, the Rev. FA  Magee officiating
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The baseball boys were out in force
esl  :���!:'.   i i nl   . for the  first rime
..'.' a couple of weeks.    A sti::' prac-
���: i   was Indulged  in-    There will lie
no more games In this city until exhibition wa- k, v. I en a cou,ele of strong
. ms will bi   ri mght here to oppose
the locals-
Best  of frul!   land,   clay   loam  and
clay  subsoil;   verj   easily  cleared  Ic.
I. ri-< i i suit $15 per acre.   Abb it!
& Hyde, next to Guichon hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglas, of
Eburne^ who were married I ';" v, ���
bave' returned home after spending a
: . In this city, the guests of Mrs.
��� : i. Goulet, if F mrth avenue. Mrs.
Douglas was a Mis3 Emma Sexsmlth, ]
[ irmerlj e.r- tea iher ul the Columbian
college.
A ; i ngr ;ati i I unl n me ,:"% will
be held in the Queen's Avenue
church on Tues laj \ ain ?, wb m ri"'
members who haw een away from
the city during the summer months
will be welcome I back. The aolre i
win be' under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid society-
Twee sr' dl :.; ���- ri of - ifes n iw on
band. Abbotl J- H; de, next Gul
hotel.   Agents for Victor Sari Co,
The Rev. J. H   White, su erinter l-
i al ->. ri C n    ilon ��� :     the Methodisi   ihurch, lefl for Toronto yesl ird iy,
where be will al end th i annu il pieet-
ing of the m       i ar   I o ird-   he will
als e  take pari  lu  the c inference to
be  held  betwe in  re iresenl itlyes
the Methodist, Presb; terlan and I
gregatiqaal de omlnatlons, when tr
proposal  to  amalgamate  these threi
: odies Into one religi   ������ organ zatl in
will  be further discussed.
Money to loan on mortgage on approved security. While & Shiles, Columbia street, city.
A half a hundred or more sons an l
daughters of Norweay, all residents ofl
the city, held ���- d mce lasi evening in
the K. of P' hall, and kepi up thi tn r-
rlment until a late hour this looming.
Owing to the failure of their ehgaged
musicians to appear on the Bcene, the
young people woe' obliged to secure
the services Of the theater orchestra
after the performances had been included, which made tae dancing I rt��
| in starting-
Wesi end residence for Jl.ooo cash.
balance $12.50 monthly, Modern <;-
roona residence; large garden, witli 16
full bearing fruit trees: stabile an.l
chicken house. Situated two blocks
from tar line' aad near Moody Siuave.
Ptl e $2,500, on above terms. V, 1 ll i
1 Shil   .. & Co., 20? Columbia ttreet.
William Free, who for some weeks
had charge of the local branch of the
| Edmonds Tea company, bas -'.me. to
Tobie inlet, having joined the employ
i ot the B  C  Packers' association
.Tackson & Morrison, printers, announce that they are prepared to accept   and   execute    orders    at   their
; branch office.  Daily News '.dock.      tf
The Rev Dr. Rugg will take' for
; his subject in Olivet  Baptist  church
'��� tomorrow morning tbe words
; ""Quenching the Spirit" tn the even-
' ing  will     speak   upon   "The     Beauty
of the Lord-"
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The lacrosse boys were out. in force
j last evening at Queen's park und a
i hard practice was had. Alex Turn-
] bull   was   among the   number  and it
looks as though he will  in i of the
opponents  of the  Tecumsehs   In   the
tournament.
For all kinds of cut flowers and pot-
| ted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
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Sunilay at sundown commence;- the
i first day of the month of Ti-.ri of the
I year 5668, according to the Jewish
i calendar. It is the Jewish new year,
or Roush Ashonno. the Feast of the
Trumpets. Before the departure of
the Israelites from Egypt their year
commenced at this season, that eif the
autumnal equinox. In order to solemnize' the memory of the deliverance
the month of Nlsan in which that
event took place, about the time of
the beginning of the ecclesiastical or
lesal year. However. In civil affairs
and in the regulation of the jubilee
and sabbatical years the Jews still
adhere to the ancient year.
John A. Lee's
Blankets
Direct From the Sheep's Back
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YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
DeBECKS
Clothing
It is a matter of pride with us that we always
have on hand a large assortment of Fashion-Craft
and Progress Brands of suits, overcoats and odd
pants���the clothing without an equal.
Our experience has been that the demand for
these Brands of clothing comes from men who
insist upon excellence in character and correct
style.
We are sole agents in New Westminster for
Fashion Craft and Progress Brand clothing.
RL. DeBECK
THE HOME OF GOOD CLOTHES
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Columbian College
will  re-open  9  a.  m., 3jj
TUESDAY, Sept. 17
Gymnasium and Y. M. C. A. w
.,; building will be ready tor use ri
:.':   October 1st.
For Calendar, etc., address:    i
COLUMBIAN      COLLEGE.       i
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Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
' i gs to remind liis 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 lee resl.
Same   old   address":
334 Hastinqs Sf.      VANCOUVER
500 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
MAN'S  INHUMANITY  TO  MAN.
''The average man comes very near
being an idiot in taking care of himself.   You hfcve seen him wearing a
fur cap on his heael  while  liis  shoes
let In the sm>w and water.    He wears
an overcoat on his bach and nothing
but a thin shirt over his chest.   He is
mighty scared about freezing his fingers   while   his throat   is   exposed   to
blizzards  and   he is often   ailing  or,
thinks he is.   It's herb tea, root tonics, Peter's pills, punt's pine tar cordials or plasters and cures, until the
balance wheel In the machine comes |
to a stop.    .Nature want- to keep go- '���
lng, but she can't,    lie drinks whriky j
and that clogs the valves; lie drinks
bier  and  that clogs  the   wheels;   he
pours down lemonade, gingehale, buttermilk,   ice   water,   tea,   coffee,   and
whal   uol. and then wonders why the
tire under  the  boiler  does  not  burn.
If you should take an ox and put him
through a like performance he'd bei
dead  In a year,    The simplest und!
plainest,  laws of health  are outraged |
every hour of the day by the average
man.    Did   Adam   smoke?     Did   Eve
wear corsets'.'    Did Solomon chew to-1
leaner.'    Did Ruth chew p.fh? Did lhe!
children of Israel make  for a beer
garden   after  crossing the  Red  Sea?
Did Rebecca eat gum drops And  Ice
cream and call for soda water? Adam
was the flrst man anl was made perfect   from  head  lo heel.    How  long
wouhl he remain so after eating a
mince pie before going to bed? Suppose he hail s'.ept in a Iwdroom eix7
wiih the windows down, the door shut
eiiiel twn dogs under lln.' bed? Suppo.-H
Bve had laced herself up in a oor-
Bet, put on tight shoes, and sat up
all hours of tiie night eating her fill
of trash and sizzled her hair, Wheu
you come to look at the way a man
misbehaves himself you can only
wonder he ever lived  to get Ihere.
According to the foregoing you may
he >a fool���you certainly aro If you
neglect your eyesight, and yet hundreds are putting Off the use of
glasses because they do not want to
"look odd"���nonsence���you can get a
new set of teeth, but nobody can give
you a new pair of eyes, lie. wise.
Consult our OPTICIAN -DON'T BB
AFRAID OF THE COST���you can get
fitted at your own price and fitted
properly.
Curtis' Drug Store, F. W. Heath,
late of Ottawa. In charge of the optical department
We Eat to Live
Rut, at the sum'' time it is necessary to know what we are eat ing.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GF.TTl.Nri
THF_   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Did You Ever
Hear of It?
ENSURING Horses, Cows, Sheep
and Goats against death from
any cause, just like you insure your
own life.
Well that is what I can do for
you on a very small premium each
year.
RATES AND FULL PARTICULARS ON
APPLICATION TO
A. W. McLEOD, General Insurance Broker
Phone 62
Armstrony Block, New felmlnster, B. C.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Good Investments
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bought at J. H. TODD'S-wants to entertain her husband, she brings out the
Handsome Homes
Our List is the largest, most complete and up-to-date in this city,
PHONOGRAPH
chooses  the  selections  he  enjoys, and
prepares  to spend a pleasant evening.
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9 LOTS on Brunette and Distiller.,"      160 acres, less 3% for new railway,;     Full sized Lot on 4th St. at the end      6 ACRES good loam soil,
streets, Sapperton.    $1600;  half cash,  Township 4, Sec. 11; all l*>ttom land,   ot Regina St.,  between  Sth  and  Oth | Lot   16,   corner   Blue  Mount,
balance terms. I under grass, suitable for dairy farm; ' avenues, west side of 4th St.    Price i and   Brunette  road,   south ij
stock.    Price $8000;   terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile  Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitchen, wood
from  station on new  car line.
Lot 22, block I!, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen and wood
| shed.   $1000 each, one-third cash, balance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black  loam land,
: J. H. TODD'S
N��W WESTMINSTER'S
MUSIC HOUSE
��� SINGER and WHEELER & WILSON   SEWING   MACHINES.
Tender
AND
Choice
MEATS
SAUSAGE
BOLOGNA
FARMER'S PORK
1 Lot 06x132 ft., S. Vi of 8, lane at   *��   acres under-drained,    ditched   all   $400;  half cash,
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.    Price ! round and fenced around and through      4  LoU    SSxl32  each,    4th  avenue
$1250; half cash, bal. 0 months. centre;    5 room house;   barn 40x75,   1;;th gtreet    $1200 cash
��� ! sufficient feed for about 300 head of |
4  lots between Fourth  avenue and   KU.rl;     Pi.,,p Mnrin.   tpTrm; nm.-third      2 HOUSES   on 1 lot, Keary Street,
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
l Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
! 30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
I Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
i splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B lacing English
| church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
I street;  price $050.
160 aeres less right of way about 8
j acres for railway;  25 acres stumped,
J 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
i 1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
land  lean too  10x22;   barn 30x32 and
I lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon $1050; half casb
shed  20x30;   small  milk house, small      l LOT, full size,    Block 59,   Lot 8,
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing! Sub. 9;  partly cleared.   $200, or $150
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price  cash.
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily arranged ,at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
roomed   house;   parlor, dinlnj
kitchen and three bedrooms;
ed;  conservatory 30 or 40 (m
heated by pipes;  well; stable;!
15   bearing  fruit   trees;  codiJ
stock ready to planl out; 2 s
5 acres cleared,  light timher J
maining acre;    all fenci'd;
from school.    Price $3000; hall
bal. in 6 nionths at 7 per centl
1  Lot 88x132, 4th avenue i|
0 &
full I
all
ploughed and cleared and dyked;    N.
160 ACRES about two miles  from   E  % Sect  5    $75 per acrei one-third '
Aldergrove station,  30  acres  cleared i cas_t one-third 3 months, one-third 6 j $800 cash>
and partly  fenced,  good  house,  barn i months. a LOTS
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760: ^ ^ j ^^ ^ Bldfl of ^ A   .
cash, balance to be arranged. ^   ^  ^  ^  ^^  chicken I tween 1st and 2nd Street, ft}
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.I house, 175 chickens; fenced. Inclusive, each.
Lot 8;  south side of the river, near J prlce $1500j $100o cash. 4 L0TS) o lots from ;    ...j
bridge.    $300;   half  casb. ^^ ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^ aveDUe j 6th Avenue on south side, No.]
2  LOTS,  132x132, N.-W.  corner of  norti, side between First and Second j 37 & 38, full size.   Price $11001
10th Street   and   St. Andrews.    Price   streets,  No.  5, 6 and  7.    Price  $400 j four, or $300 each; half cash,
each or $1100 for the three. ^    . .      , ���_.   . ,���.
Double    tenement   house, -,-M
Full  sized lot, north side of Ham-
list and 2nd St.;  1 lot.   Price!
SLIGHT REDUCTION
IN LOG OUTPUT
Thirteen Million Feet of Timber Scaled During August
-Demand Fairly Good.
I cleared, under cultivation;  200 young
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;
mew house, 1% storey, 5 rooms;    hen
thai place, it should be a paving in- houses' in BCKKl ord���r; some awa
vestment, dust whether or not the 'Placte(l with wheat, oats and potatoes,
local system would pay is an open ���Water from nearby s"ring" balance
question, but at any rate the system |of P����PCTty easily cleared. Price
would not be in operation before j $ 4,700; $2500 cash, balance 0
about three  years-   Jt   is understood eand *- nionths.
thai   if  the   right  to  run the  cars  is |    This  property is only \'2 mile from
tram   line.    Over  two hundred   chick-
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
have them in operation in three years.
ens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
The log production of the British
Columbia coast fell off thirteen million feet, doting the month of August
as compared with duly, according to
lieoiren furnished by Andrew Has-
lam, supervisor of logscalers. The
reducUon of output was caused by a
number of reasons, chiel' among which
was the poor demand tor anything
but number one timber,
The August returns show that the
cut of timber during that month was
41,175,291 feet. During July the cut
was 54,000,000 feel in round numbers,
riming the i inly part of August, a
number of camps were either shut
down altogether or else producing
less than opacity.
The production for Augusi this yi ar
was however, greatly in excess of
ih 'i of the corresponding month in
10 ,;. when but 29,062,730 feel of logs
came out of the woods. The balance
ol ovi r 11,000,00 I feel in favor of the
i a -i month Indicate the growth ofl
the logging Industry during th ��� , asl |
i wi Ive months.
The demand tor logs In general Is i
only fairly good. Flrsl class timbi r
Is less ihan the demand, and prices
for No, 1 material do nol show any
decrease, aboul $10 per thousand being the rale prevailing. The demand
for the poorer grades of logs Is nol
good however, and a considerable
amouni of the August cut does nol
find ready sale on that account.
Coke  Question  at Trail.
Trail, li.   C-,  Sept.    6���The    Traill
board of trade last nighl  passed the
following resolution:
"Resolved,   That   owing  to  the  injury  to  the   smelting and mining  in-1
terests of Southern British Columbia,
caused  by  reason  of the  shortage of
coke,   the   provincial   government   be1
urged to lake Immediate action under i
schedule  A,   Chanter   73,   Statutes   Ofl
1901, in order that an adequate sup-
ply of coal  and coke for the smellers
of Southern  British Columbia be assured for the future."
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.
House and cottage on Columbia St., ri'
house rents for $25, cottage for $12; $
$5,000, easy terms.
120 acres, E 1-4, section 25, town- #
ship 9, Maple Ridge, 1 barn 70x78 ft.,. S
1 barn 38x70 ft., 6-room bouse, all i K
nearly new; 70 acres cleared, 50 acres #
under cultivation; balance as pasture,: S
easily cleared, 2 acres of orchard; jjj
good rich bottom land; 2 good wells
and creek; $100 per acre; $4,000 cash,
balance easy.
2% storey house, 10 rooms, also
modern improvements; lot 60x132;
lane at back; part of lot^set out with
fruit,   trees    and    nice "lawn.    Price
,   . .cash half and half in 0 montbjl
llton street between Sixth and Eighth Rent8 for $10 each tenant.
streets; $235.
40 acres ^ section 14, N. ijd
28  acres on    Mara  road, Burnaby. of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from Sri
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW    DAYS ����*��*  ���a(i'  fTV''   To'
, Iiu. storev house, 3 rooms Until
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance   lj0ther 3 can be added upstair)!
ami 2 years at 7 %. shack;  1V&   acres  cleared anif
with clover, red; fairly easily if
2 lots on Sth St. between    5th and j One  mile  from  shingle mil
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, 66x $1,200;.  terms half cash, ball
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 iormoaihs at 7 *���
both, half cash, balance easy. ^lLB,E��f.d l��u ^��'*aJS Ml
and  Sth  St.    Price $.1050, am
::::;::r.'';;':;'::'i;'y':_':;:";;";:V:.':c',::'"::'';:"::'..-;  ���    :&&:&&&    t>*lM!Ce   at   7   %   per   anmilll.
Westerly 4, 11  of 63, Sub.!
1122x132 corner 100 feet squartl
'bouses drawing $28 per raon'lj
,$5,000, half cash, balance in(^
; months.
160 S.E.  Va of Section 26,
110 acres,partly'cleared; Keinat)
running through; good road;
north   of   Webster's corner;
i mill and P.O. at the west corm
ber worth $7 per acre; ceitari
'4  miles    from    Port    Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, bala
ranged.
Large lot and  two cottagai
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Colli
at $10 each.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
1C0 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between 7th and  Sth avenues.
2 houses corner of
One and one-half storey nosl
The  Rev.  J.  A.  Doyle, of    Regina, |
western  field  secretary   of the    Ep-i
worth    league    and    Sunday   school)
movement of  the  Methodisi   church,
will arrive in ihis city next week, and
will take   port   ln   the ceremony   of
oi ening the  new    addition    to    tje
schoolroom  of the Queen's    Avenue
Methodist church.
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Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Subdivision of lot 40, block 6, comprising some of tbe finest residential
sites in the City for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Faurth avenue,    First    street    (facing    Queen's
j park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 1
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per   lot;    four  lots,   52   1-2x85,   $450;
I 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
i month.    Only $1,050.
EOSTON  MEN   PROPOSE
TRAMLINE  FOR   REGINA !
Regina, Sept. fl���Boston capitalists
are looking over this city with an Idea
of placing a Btreel railway here. The
project of the Boston firm is not one'
for Regina a^lone. if the charter
which they seek is granted, they will
also make application to the legislature for permission to build from
Regina to Lone; lake and will commence the operation of a suburban
system to that sum.n - ri sort, Th i
idea is that Long lake will eventually
become a \>iy popular summer resort for  Regina   : eople, and with  an
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
Excursion rates to all points East
July 3rd, 4th and "ith; August 8th,
9th and 10th, Tickets good for three
months.
ED. OOULKT,
42. 42. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
Seven roomed house all
modern improvements, north
side of Hamilton St. $1500
1-2 cash balance easy at 7
per cent.
Merrival and
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12 'Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
months at 7 per cent. i'ot 11;    on��� house rents for $25, the'full   size  lot,  situated north f
'other $10;   flush elosets and  all con-  Royal avenue and corner of Mi
1  lot No. 24  on  13th.  street  south  needed    with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
side of 4th avenue.    Price $200 cash.  Cash *2'000'    balance In ri 12 and 18
; months at 7 %.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 80 and 95, 95 faces j    Lots u  and  15 of  j of 6    of    4
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch, j (cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
4 lots cleared without a stump; small I cash, balance 0 montbs at 7 inr cent
house," chicken    house,    175    choice
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, li
cold water, closet;   woodshed;!
bearig  fruit trees;   streets on|
sides;   fine  view.    Price $1.!
cash.
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.
1 1-2 house, C rooms and flush
closet on 4th avenue, one lot from 2nd
street on south sid<j; fruit trees. Price
$1900; 1-2 cash, terms for balance at
7 per cent. Size of lot 55x105.
$350 cash, 1 alance <m easv terms.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared, $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No.  308.���8-roomed  House,  with   bath
room,  etc.;   Agnes  St.     $2,500;   V2
cash, balance 3 and 0 mos. at 7 %.
No. 300.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lot facing 2nd St., between I
and 3rd Ave., second lot from C
Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cleared;|
alongside  and  back.     Price
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits half cash, balance easy at 7 Ml
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on ���[
150 acres improved land, M|
and sheds complete, near Clow
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
all under cultivation, $15,1
Centrally located in a commmandlng I can handle  tWg   (lnn., deiW!
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of j bargain; terms can be arrange
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey '
house.   Ton rooms (recently papered) i    2 !otS| 20> -1;  Xo" Z0' *    ''
All  modern conveniences;    hot   and I (corner)  $175.    Durham and
cold   water,   bath,   flush   closet,  lava-   Btreets'
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot    jyFor  the  above   four  prope
06x182, with lane in rear; part of lot   special price will be made to osl
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,751. | chaser.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part or lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.    dump.
House 30x42, 4th St., ri',(vef1
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 Jl
bedrooms upstairs, and W"\
down stairs; parlor, dlnin? roottl
chen and pantry. Full sized W|
ning back to Ash St. Price I
$1,500 cash, balance at $:>0UPe'|
at 7 per cent.
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���KOR���
Ranges, Stoves and  all  kind- of
Kt'RNITURE.
electric   Btreet   railway   operating   to I Columbia and Front Sto.     Phone 275
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REAL
Telephone   333
BROKERS
FrOnt   Street Telephone   333 it.'
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7   1907
THE DAILY XEW*.
FA.GE SEVEN
"professional.
Canadian Pacific Rai)
k BOWES. Barrie
ora etc... 42 Lonif
Court    House,  New
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Sev.   Westminster.
H. L. Edmonds.
lway Co.
Irltl��ti  Columbis   Coast  Lln*
Service
TIMET\BLE
B   C   Coast Line Servce.
ALASKA ROLTE.
i &-...IJHC-   to change   v thout notice).
Steamer. . ���       ,  Vancouver.
Princess Beatr oi        . ..    6,11 p m
.Princess May duly 12, ll  p   tn
I Princess Beatrice. . .Julv 19, :: p  m
, 9treet,  opposite  poet ! ^^ ^ **�� 26, 11 p. m.
1 B VM-miaater-    Money to j Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 2, 11 p. m.
Princess Ma; Aug. ��., n p. m
 .���   Princess Beatrice...Aug. ifi. n p.m.
Primess May       Aug. ll, 11 p.m.
Princess Beatrice.. .Aug. 20, 11 p.m
TIMBER NOTICES.
NOUS'S   OF   Cft\a*D.4>\    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
_  n ^MPTON BOLE, solid
, ;, m supreme court. Office*
Of   Commerce   t.    :
WEARS  *
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... n... ���-������er. trapp Bia..
_.   and   Lorne   au-eete
.     ;:,niF ��i to 24. 445 Gran
teeph Martin, K. C. j
���K   U,   McQuarrie,  H.  A
u.   Martin wii  be in ths
u-i: offices every Friday ti
���[ MORTIS, Barrister and
���tri-or   Ouichon  bloc*. Colum
McKenzie streets. New Vi est
B. C. I
[r.S GRAY. Barrister. Solicitor j
,   "-   Public, In practice since
. Westminster. B.C.   O!
Amoved to Curtis Block, Clark
opposite   Court House
ptri
Sex 1
6S
Telephone 04.
ASSFORD,    Barrister.
icitor, etc., Crescent block,
: ..     and      McKenzie
"Westminster, B. C
c TRADE.���New  VTesttnin
I of Trade meets in the
.. om, City Hall, as follows
��� inesday of each month
meetings on the second
...   .      of     February,     May
VA.NCOUVER-VICTORIA ROOTE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancou
ver. 1 p.m. dally.
Leaves Victoria daily  at 1 a.m.
Vlirie.;R_A-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria daily e\. e,; Monda>
a; I
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S.S.  Rithet
Leaveg   Victoria   on   Tuesday   and
Ft  ...   .,: 7 a.n.., and leaves V. .-. West
minster os Wednesday ...  -.  irdaj
at 7 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily a; 1:20 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queer.  Cety.
Leaves Victoria at 11  p.m. on 1st,
7th. and 14th each  mon;h for Clayoquot; leaves Victoria   oa    20th
Quatslno and way points
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, .may he boniest ea.ted by any person who Ls the sole head ot a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extenl ot one-quarter section ot
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must he mane personalty at
tbe local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
He At io.a&: _,.������ montbs res Sence
upon aad cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2i    If the tai her (or mothe the
father Is deceased', ot the homesti ������ I
er regies upon a farm in the vicinity
ot the land entered tor, the require-
. ..;..- as to residence ms satisfied
ii." such person residing w:3h the
father or mothe-.
ri     If thi   setl ler has ;. ���  pei man-
ent n s l< ;.. i   upon I . ... ...   and oxri-
ed by him in ihe vicinity of his home-
-'��� 3 the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
ipon the said land,
Six months' notice in writ ng snou ei
TAKE NOTK3E tha Henr; M
O'Connor o; New W>stmins;er. B.C.
occupation : imber cruiser, intends to
apply for special timber licenses twei
the following described lands, situated in vi.-.no.j ol Drane; and Rivers Inlets, New Westminster Lanl
District Range 2.
1. Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of Timber License 11,508, thftnee west 40 chains,
thence north SO chains, thence east
120 chains, thence south 40 chains,
;.he.nce west 80 chains, thence south
4ii chains to point Of commencement,
and containing 640 acres more or less
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 22, 1907.
ner of Timher License 11,509, thenc* ner ol Timber License 11,509, thence
sontti  tO  ohalns,    thence    east   t80 north xo  chains,   thence    w<����t.    bo
chain*   bhenoe tHHth 40 chain* .ihence chains, thence ��� 0 chains, then.-e
������'���������-    160 chains   :,  point  0     con easl 90 chains to point of otitnmenc
.   ������ 'i-ituent. and contatning WO acres ment, and containing 640 acres more
or less.
I,   vi   O'CONNOR
I IgUSI
14. Commencing a       i>>-.   planted
80 Ohalns  wes;  .,    the BOUth*e8l   cor
Timber    License      11,501
then.'.; Booth  80  chains.   1 hence,   v.e-1
80  chains,    ihence   north  SO  chains,
or ."ss.
H. M. p'CONNOR,
Autriisi. 28, 1907,
27. Commencing at a post, planted
240 .-"riHiris wes, 0 1 be souihwrnu corner of Timber License 11,609, tMrnoe
north 8I1 chains, iiien.-^ e>asi, SO
chains, thence somii so chains, thtnice
thence east    so chains    to point, of 1 west 80 chalks to point of commence
���corameneerneili.,   and  containing;   640   ment, and containing 640 acres more
a^res more or less
H. M. O'CONNO...
August 2S, 1907.
...  Commencing at a post planted
or less.
H. M   O'CONNOR.
August 88, 1907.
28. Commencing at a  post planted
so chains West and 40 cbains eout'.i 160 chains north and so chains easl.
2. Commencing   at  a   post  planted   ot   the  sout.hwes;   corner  of   Timbei of  the northwest   corner  of  Timber
atns wesi  of the southwest cor-    '��� icense 11,509, thence south 40 chains License 11,50s. thencp north SO chains-
ne���:��� ol Timber  License 11,508, thence   tbence east  160 chains, thence north thence  east  SO chnins,  thence  south
���..���    SO chains, thence south SO chains   40 chains, tbence west   160 chains to 80 chains,   thence  west 80  chain--   1,0
tbence   west  80  cnains.  thence  north   point   ot   commencement.,   and     con- point of commencement, and eoni.'i.n-
ta.ninf; 6411 acres more or i.-s-
H     M     eVl'.iNV.R.
v  ���.   ���.  28, 1907,
. ��� Oomaencing at ..  posi   ieisnte.1
chaini . e .mint of commencement,
and containing 640 ac"e> more or
lest
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  2!   1687.
i. Commencing a.t  a  pos;   planted
40 chains west of the southwesi oor>
Ing 640 ncres more or less.
H. tt. O'CONNOR
AugUSl   2:;, 1907.
29. Commencing   at   a   o-">-i   riao r-.|
Su chains wesl and 86 chains south 180 chains north and SO chains east
of the southwest cornet of Timber of the northwesl corner ot Timber
License    11,568,    thence   south    so  license 11,508, thence sonth 40 chains
!   Timber License 11,508, thence   cbains, thence easl  80 ohalns   thence   thence east 120 chains,  thence  north
south   - 1  chains,     thence    west    SO
  north 80 chains, thence
1   - t.e point of commence-
it, and containing 640 acres more
or  less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
Augusi  2! . 1907.
emmencing   al   a   posl   planted
north see chains, thencfi west so so chains, ihence we?, 40 chains,
chains to ]>oint or commencement, thence sonth 40 chains, thence west
and    containing    640  acres  more  ot   so chains to point of commen.   ment,
less.
ceint-lining   640   acres more ol
OY'O-NNOR.
be givei   1    the   Commissioner ot Do- 4" chains wesl ol Km     athwesi cor>
foiin.inior. Lands ai Ottawa of intention  ae* ofT      ... ense 11,508
to a;,     I i  patent. nor;.;    80    chains,    thence wesi   80
at $10 hains, thei               80 chains, thence
lower fraser river route.      ,f,. ao:.c, t0T ^       ia a ,. ij   , ,_ ,ia. ,.,-   -        . ���    , j.oint of commence
Steamer Transfer thraclte.     Not  more than   S20 acres
.   .    -   New Westminster  on Mon   tan tired bj one Individual
and
less.
ft.  Vi
Vugusi  28, 1007.
: 0. Commencing at  .. post      mted
120 chains north and  4    chains east
: - -  ...
I I
and November, at 8 p. m
eetlngs   on   the   secoac    -���'������   ruesday,  Wednesday,  Thursdav      1       ���.:    ..      .,-. the rate of ten
of     February.     Nt*   and Friia     1    .   ;    m. and Saturday cents pi                        pounds shall he
p on Mon collected on the gross output
W. W. CORY,
the Minister of the In-
New
nay    be    proposed    and
��� any monthly or quarterri
a. r.. Wh"e, Sec.
SOCIETIES.
F._AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
meetings of this I    --
d OddteUews' ha'., C
fctreel   .very   Monday  evening.
lo'cloci;.    Visiting brethren cor
....   ���. ) to attend.   S. Gregorj
to    attend.    C.   S.
A.  V. P   McDonald.
W. C. Coatham. R.  S.;   G. G.
: ; Alex   Adair.-,  treasure
|-i RNA.L   ORDER   CF   EAGLES.
_ ��� ���Meets every T B
���  -  p. 111.. in the Eagh -
ia street   F. .1. Lyni h
I H. Si hoflel:. Secret tr;.
|U. W.���FRASER LOCGE  No. 3
teetinga the drat and third Tues
Iii   each     month.       Visiting
ft'   :    irdlally invited to attenei
fgi        ;.. A. O. U, W. hall, Odd
���1 k. Clarkson street, C
I 1, recorder;   Louis Villi
tfr workman.
OP  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No
SC ". 5  OF   ENGLAND.   8.   S.���
. ��� -; ee meets 8econd m<
��� dnesday of each month.
IK. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. at
'.n.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
fednesdaj   in   each month, same
pe and place.   Visiting Brethren
invited.      E.   B.  Ptinch-
��� I'res., H. Disnev, Secretary,
BRUNETTE, No. 40C9, 1 O.F.
the Fourth Frielay ln the
r at s: o'clock, In tie small
\b a : .fellows' block. Visiting
I thren are cordially invited to at-
J, B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
>��� It. S.
JRT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808.
o. F.���The regular meetings ot
" ore belli on tbe Second
1 I urth Tuesdays of ouch month
' p. in. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
-', Brethren are cordialy in-
'', to attend, K. C. Firth, C. R.;
P. Maxwell, Sec
r-.OYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEM
��� pance meet   every Wednesday
"  o'clock p.  m., in  OddfelloWB1
1 I   Columbia    street.     Visiting
bren are cordially Invited to at-
rio. Burr, S. O.j N. R. Brown,
-'F oCOTLANO aENEFlT Ab
IOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
PAMP, l9i._Meets on the First and
laird Tuesday of every mouth in
, of p. Han, John McNiven
'������ ���'. .1. Porrarter. Rec. S��c.
nni Fri la;   al
.: - p, tie. vfrih add.:.  .
��� al  '��� a. ni.
ives Stevesi a :......:    Tuesday,
ednes lay, Th .; - !aj and Saturday at
.   :,,.. Friday a: S a. ni, adrii'iona)
1 trip Saturday . p. oa.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Ecaver
Leaves  .'���   *   Westminster,  -  a. m.
\:    ���... s   Wednes laj a an 1 Frl lays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. n.   Tuesday,
rhursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  at
mdlnga   between   N*w  Westminster
ind Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
'. ives Vancouver at S p.m. 2nd
ni 16th of each month, colling at
31 I fgate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
leparhire are approximate.
Por   reservations   and   information
���V.: or address
F.I>. QOULET,
Agent. New Westminster,
B, .!��� COYLE,
,*st   eien   P;i>.'   Agent, Vancouver,
.1.  \\. TP.Ol !'.
��� u>"��-e"  Stiu��"-i,i.e>ne.ent   Victoria
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTII COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quici. Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS FAST
Stem... hir Tickets em .-ale' to uli European points.
Special    Reduced
_>    .:    ol
'.erieir.
N. B.���Unautho   i   1   pul I: ition ot I
li.  Ve.  OVeeNNOR.
August 28, UM.
17. Commencing a s , ���-; . lanted
��� . tali > wesi md v - 1 ������������ south
of the southwest cornet of   Timber
License 11 :.a\*. thence soutto 80 ��* t'1^ northwesl cornet or limber
ehains, thenee west SO ehains. the;e,e LlCi use 11,608, ttoehce south 4b ehoir.s
north Se) chains, thence easi 80chain* thenee e&el 1��0 chains, thence mirth
to polnl of eommeneement, and eon- *" chains, thenee west lfiO chains to
;,.,,! cont, ,,      1     a :v> ffiore I taining 640 nrr,- more ot tess, ii10inl ot commencement, and eontatt
0,    ... . h. M. O'CONNOR.       ir'S ''"' ���"''e.- more or less.
H. M   O'CONNOR. '   ' ''  -;    1S0T. H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 2 ,1907. 18. Commencing a a post piaated     A��sni-t 2s, ihot.
.   commenang   ai  a   p si   planted l6�� riiains wesl and so ... - south      31. Commencing from a post plant-
;.. .... li0t-n-| ,,;    ;���-'. northwesl ',; the southwesi comes  ot   Timber ��b al the southeast corner of Timber
corner  of    Timbei   License    11,508, License 11,609, thence north 80chains | License    11,608,   thence   norih    120
    e west 10 chains, thence south  Ihence west  SO cbains. thence south
.   s,   thence*   wesi   1   chains,]80 chainn, thence east 80 chains to
-iei chains, thence east   POlat
001 encement,   md    con-
tor.
50 chaii ���   Ihence north 12i chains to
  .   poini ot commencement, and conta
the "Trustees  and ln*
ard In tbe Matter
H. M. O'CONNOR,
A   . lsi ri. 1907,
.        :,   p isl  planted
...   s no   1 01
in the Matter   of
Executors  Act.
cf the Estate of Augustus William
Lundtcv.  Deceased.
All ] <��� rsons ba\    . ��� I ���
man ....... 1 I ...  1 - ite ol  \ 1 -  ������ ���-
m Lun lh >ra late of S 1
ia    ;���   eased,   are
hei ,        '      with  the un-
 - an    idd
and full pan -   ot their   cl ilms,
And the na  tre of the securities (If ts ning 64 I acres more ot less
anvl held ri   them, duly verified, on H. ri   O'CONNOR
tainlng 640 a<
Angus! ri",. i
MNOR.
chat&S, thence eas; 80 cbains, thence
south tri chains more or less to whore
eif West Arm of Oraney's lnlef;
ihence southwesterly alone shore to
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres mom ,v, i. ..
tt. M. O'CONNOR
19 Commencing al a pos    | .anted m
U.d chains west anil 80 chains south i
of  the   southwesi   corner of Timber     32- Commencing from a posl plant*
northwest   Ucense 11,609, ihence south so chains'^ *' &* horthea*. dottter of Timber
.     . ;   of   Timbet    License 11,608,1 thence west 80 chains, thenc* north] "cense 11,609 thence south 40 ��       (
.   eas,  so chains mth  80 ''-.ains.   thence easl so chains to  tW" ^st W oWJitt. .outh
,   . ice    v,       10 chains, polnl of commencement, and contaln>
]   ;.  -  50 ith 80 1 ha   -   thenci   wi ���-'    ng 1 10 acres more ot less
I        ... r. e north ri'1 chains to H. ~t. O'CONNOR
oli ���   of    comt   ���  .   enl   and  c m       \ ig ��� si 23, 1907.
20 Commencing al  a
240 chains west  and Se1 chains south
or befoi la     da;    ol    \ .-���- Q( ,,��� goUthwM,   eornet  o{  Timber
1907. j    7. Commen a      -    planted  License 11,609, thence north 80 chains
*-        ���    ��� theli60 chains  north of   th    northwesl   thence wesi  s>> chains, thence south]
corner ol    Timbei    License    11,508,  so chains, thence <>a-:  80 chains to
I     , Iiains.   ihence   east   120   1    .in-,
thence north S|1 chains more ot less
Iii shore of West Arm of Oranev's in-
led;  thence westerly along      ire w
polnl of commencement,   and   con*
planted U^m* 040 acres mote or less,
said date the executors wii: proceed to
listri! ite the - aid estati ��� - ���
; arties entitled thei eta     ivlng regard
only to the claims of v.'.   ti the
then have had notb e, an I the;  ��
n il bi   lia ele fo >ceeds 0   the'
esi ite, or anj  pari there if,    so
trl   .    l to   ay person of whosi
the; b 11 nol notl e al the I me 0
trl   ition thei eof.
Dated ri: 1 24th d 1    il ���' il; ,3    "���
F. W. HOWAY,
S :   itor for John M iKenale an I John
C    n hland,   execul its   0     1    \i
estate.
H. M  O'CONNOR,
Aeimist 28, 1807,
33, Commencing from a post planted 10 chains oast Of the Bottheas!
comer    of    Timber    l,o 11,1   9,
north  se' chains, thence wesl   .���,;-,! 0f commencement, and contain* Uhence south so chains th .  e easl
���1  chains, sou     80  > halns
SO chains    to point ot
��� 1;,. em nl.  and    contali lo    1 '
.���     1 or less
11. M   OX.OKNOR
'    ; ;-;   ri'.  1907.
s. Comm 11    ig ai
160 cha ns no
lng 610 acres more or less
ll. m  O'CONNOR.
\ .;���.������������ k23, 1907,
Commencing al  a posi planted
240 chain   wes    b I 80 1 h dn - south
of the  southwesi  corner 'ri Timber
1  ;..-    planted License 11,609, thence south 80 chains
I .   -., rthv ence wesl x" ehains, thence north
LAND   RECISTKV   ACT.
"I AKE NOTICE thai appl    il on ha
been in ide to regl iti    Margarel  Ro 1
seen as the owner in Fe   Simple, undet
:i Tax so ,. Deed [torn The Co    ira
cornet ot   Timbet    License    11,508,  80 chains, thence easl  80 ehains to
nce notth so chatns, thence easl  poinl ot commencement, ftnd contain-
SO  chains,    thence south  SO  onalns, lng 640 acres more Of lees
1 ���      wesl    80 ch Una   to poini of tt, M   O'CONNOR
, (mm ���:; emont,   ati I coi      ilng   610      A.ugusl 23, 1907,
res more . r le ��� ���
li. M   O'CONNOR.
\ igusi 23, 1907,
ir Commeni In;  al   <  y il   plants 1
1 ���  chains  north of   th    nori Iiv   -
80   chains,    thenee'   hortl!   '     -.
: mote or less, to Bhore ot west Ann
or Dralney'e inlet; thence westerly
alone shore to poinl ot commence
meni, nnd containing 640 a  ��� - more
Ot less.
H. M. O'Ol    -N'rit.
Ansu1-! 23, 190?,
DISTRICT OF NEW  WESTMINSTER
���i,"A!vv; NOTtOB thai 1. J, P.Tbom^
.-ei,    of    Nev.    WeBtmlnster, Q   <'.,
22. Commencing al  a  posl  planted | ctul^er,  Intend  to applj   tot   pe lal
th    following
Bate6   Round   Trl|
Rates   to   Southern   California,
For full Informtion call on or write
C. K. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. CHARLTON.
Portland, Ore.
\ e . ,-:
190"
nti; a 1.arm BOXES.
"owing Is the '.oi ation and num'
,; the fire alarm boxes in the ci1"*;
Asylum.
1     Royal city Mills!
Carnarvon and Tenth,
I     Royal avenue and Eighth.
|,;l;o ."ivenue and Twelfth.
-St, Mary's Hospital.
-Seoond and Park Row.
''"'"inibia ami  Duffertn.
S;M'|ierton.
Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
���   "d avenue and Second.
Fifth   avenue  nnd Fourth.
;    Fitth  avenue' nrul Eighth.
- I'hii'd avenue and Tenth,
^Snes ami Sixth,
Schaake Machine Works.
'' ,! 1 nbta an I McKenzie,
,&-C.p."a, station.
!���Small and  Buckland   Mills.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
������aires?    and    freight    connect    with
igea at Carcross and White Horse,
iaintaining a through winter service.
i-'oi information apply to
l   H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager.
Vnnronver.   B   C
(tlon ol  the Township or  Disti cl  ol   corni    ol    Timber    Ll ei :      I
Surrey, to Margarel   Ro  iotl, bearing    '.   .    north  80 chains, thence wesl
date tl i y'i daj ol November, A ri.   -0  chains,    then o  south  SO  chains,
1901 ol all and   li 1 ilai  th il cen un  thei ee east 80 1 oinl of corn-
parcel or traol of land  in '���   ir mi ,,.,,,, u ,.���., ������       . ...       ���    1.1.1 acn 1
Bitu ei''. lying and being In the His"rie 1   ���,. ,.,, ,,   ;....
of Nev. Wi   tm a ib r, I 1 the Pr ivlm e v   ^  O'CONNOIt,
I of Brltl ���'.���. Columbia, mor 1 [in tlcula
knoun and descrlln 1 as lol ',. uibdlv- j
.   1 of Northwesl qti irter of Si -1 on
19, Tn\\ nshlp '-.
You ;n.i each or you 51 rc 1111 d
to nni:'.'.-'. the claim ot the tax pur-
1 hi ier wilhin forty-five days rrom
the date of the flrsl publication of
tuts notice upon .voir otherwlsi 1
register Margarel  Robson, as owner
1 thereof In Ci e,   And 1 hereb.  d rei l
thai publication tor thlrtj  days In a
!dally newspaper published al New. 11, Commencing at ti poal plant' I
Westminster of this notice win be 290 ch Ins north and 80 chains we I
good and Bufflclenl service thereof, of the ni 'thwe il corner of Tltn er
Dated at the Land Registrj Office, License ll,608,thenoe south 80 ohalns,
New Westminster, Province of British thence wesl 80 chains, thunoe nortii
Columbia, ibis 18th day of July, a,iv. , so chains, thence east bn ohalns to
I'.iot.     ��� : poini of commencement, and    oon-
C S, Kffii'ii tainlng 640 aores more' or less,
H. M. O'CONNOR.
116 chains easl an.i 20 1 nalns south
of the south end of Ooose B13 in Rl\
en Inlet, thence north *;1 chains,
thence wesl so chains, them o south
80 chains, thence easi so chain:; to
polnl ol ' ommencemi nt, and contain* 1
lug G10 ai 1 es more or i"��u
11. M   O'CONNOR.
Ungual 23, 1907,
j    Commi 0 ini        1  l ��� ;'  planted
timber licenses   over
eli'Sel llee'el  lanls;
I. Commencing  al   a  v- -:   sei   01
Lie  south  hank  of   Cypress    Creeh
aboul    three and a heir mlti 1 �� --i
trom  silvi'r Creek* which  runs  into
i Han i ion  Lake!   then e  1)01 th ' : illi
; chain 1.    West el hi    chain      1 outh
iei \ chains, and ea il elghl j chains
,, ,   i.e polnl of commenci nu
11;, , 1,,;,,: easi  and   0 1 halns south THOMi
eef Mie> '..ei;ili end ot Ooose Bay In Rlv-
,.,.,  tnlet,    thence   south  80 chains,
10. Comn encin ; a   d  i 01   planti 1 ..
thence wes   80 1 h Ju i,  1 lence north
���.���|o chaini north ol    the northwe
���   1      of   Timber   LlcenS'i     11,508,
th oie'" north 80 chains, theni e ea 11
0 chains,    them e s .uth 80 < hnln ;,
then  ' ive il   80 i halns   to poihl ol
,, tiimeniem ml.   and  containing   849
acres more or le ��� 1,
ll. M. O'CONNOR.
August ri',, 1907,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
District Registrar
To Fredrick Thrown and H, Burton
ah persons served with ibis notice^
land those claiming through or undorl2!)0 ,,lm|,H m���.||, (lllli snri'ifiins well
Augusi 2:!, 1907.
12. Commencing at, a post planted
Tel. 113.
ihi'in, ami nil persons 'claiming any
Interest. In the Bald land by vltlti" of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interesl In the
said land b.v (IcHcent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Roglstry Act," shall be for-!
ever estopped and debarred from setting up any Claim to or In respect of
Office, Eighth Street, j the said land no sold for taxes as pro
of the northwest corner ot Timber
License LL,608,tlienoe north SO chains,
thence west 80 chains, thence south
so chillis, thence east 80 chains to
polnl of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or les-.
II.  M. O'CONNOR.
\ iirur-t  23,  1007.
13. Commencing'nt a  post  planted
sn   chains.  Ih-il asl   80   1 hrin .   to
polnl of common emonl   ind contain*
lng 840 acres more or li
11   m   O'CONNOR,
.Vugual ri:. 1 "W.
24, Commencing al ���< p ��i planted
1., 1 halm easl and 80 ch iinj south of
ihe' south end 0! Ooose Baj in Riven
' [nii 1. thenca south 84 chains, ihem-"
wesl   100 chains,    thence    north 84
chains,     them Ill      1""   eh line  lo
polnl of ' ommencement, and contain"
lng 640 acres more or lens),
M, m. O'CONNOR,
Annual 88, 1907,
85. Comminclng ai t posl planted
! He"", chains easl ami 80 cliains south of
'lie' south end of (loose Bay in Rivers
Inlet, thence west 100 chains, Ihence
north SO chains, thence east 80 chains
more or leiu to shore of Goose Bay;
thence southerly, easterly and northeasterly around shore of bay to n
point north of post: thence south SO
chains more or less to point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
H. M. O'CONNOR.
August 23, 1007.
26. Commencing at a post planteei
2. Commencing   al   a   poll let ott
ihe' south hank of   Cypress   Ci I
a    oil       hiii'   and   a   half  mil" I   #6 >i
from siivr cri'i'k, which run* Into
Harrison Lakes  thence well feighty
eli,ilns,  south   forty  ch lln*,  6 1 ll   nni'
hundred and sixty chains, north fortj
chains, ami weit cu ho 1 '1 ilns ui
polnl  of commencement,
.1. l'. THOMMUN.
:',. Commencing al d post set on tno
railway hell llm> dist mil fcboui six
mliel ttOrth id the north silOta "I Harrison Lake; lh"nc" west eighty
ehains, south eighty chains, east
eighty chains, and north eightj ohaltti
io point of commencement,
,J, iv THOMPBON,
New   Westminster, B.C.,
August   loth,  1907.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>V1co 'Phone 1HF>.       Hiim  POone 187
Columbia Bt.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
vlded by tho "Land Registry Act."   ��� '80 chains, west dj.ttei   s iu hw -    cor-   240 chaini west ef tbe wnwmelt cor-
Raggage delivered
nirt of the city.
promptly to any
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi 30���Trim Oenot,
Ml
.!%>���������
����� .-*#'ri! PAGE EIGHT
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
SATURDAY.
SEPT.I
Fire!
Fire!
FRENCH FLANK TURNED
BV MOORISH HORDES
Protect your home and your business against loss by FIRE-
1  am agent   for  Guardian Assurance  Co.,  Ltd .  of  ljondon,  Eng-,
security (12,908,870;    Mercantile  Fire  Insurance  Co-,  Ltd..  security
JlS.612.24r,;     and   the  Sovereign  Kire  Assurance Co.,  Ltd.,  security
$2,000,000.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
REAL   ESTATE, INSURANCE, AUCTIONEER
j and the
I away.
Columbia Street
We have a full sized lot in a goo d location, which we can sell for
$6000.   This is the best buy on t he street.
BURNABY
100 acres on North Arm Road a,t $150 per acre.   This   would   be
cheap at $250 per acre.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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School Opening
THIS WEEK we are busy making it interesting
[.ii. for the School Children, with opening up
SCHOOL    SUPPLIES
NEXT WEEK the School Children will be busy
making it interesting for us.
J. J. MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
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New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. M WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box 345
'Phone   105.
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WHITC CERCAL  0IL.H
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COOKER
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Vegetable Boiler
Made in "Premier"
and "Colonial" Enamelled Steel Ware
Paris, Sept- ti���Tbe latest advices
from Casa Blanca telling ol Tuesday's
tight place the situation in more alarming colors than ever before-
now appears that the Moors actually
succeeded in turning the French flan i
and were in a fair way to cut theni
off from ihe camp wheu reinforcements arrived and seaved the day foi
the French, slaughtering tbe _>loo'-.
right and left. The Moorish losses
are now placed at about 1,000.
According to tiie despatches received today Major PrevOBt was not killed
while on bis way back to camp but I Deane
fell in the thick of the fight at Si li j Deane
Mourns, when the Moors attacked i
flying column on its return from Li.-
tellil, where it had been destined ,���
drive bach several tribesmen whi
were threatening the town.
Major Prevost was at tbe head rl
his men and had just cried: 'Forward, my children, forward!" when
he fell with a bullet through his hea .
A desperate fight at once beg""i
and centered around the Lody of Die
falien commander of the Foriegn Legion, Ihe French refusing to abandon
the body of their leader and the Moon
making every effort, to capture it-
The French   horsemen    held    their
ground until reinforcements from  .he
camp  arrived,   and   the Moors    were
driven off with tremendous losses.    I
was during this engagement that tue
French flank was turned-
Foreign Minister Pichon announce.;
the sending of a note to the powors
informing   them   that   the   Moroccan
minister   of   war,   Mohammed   Gahus
has admitted his inability to guarantee the lives of European instructoi
to the proposed police force, accord-1 _\
ing to the terms of the Algeciras    .n
Terence-
It  will be necessary, said the mi a
ister,  to organize  a force consisting, i ��J
of  Frenchmen   and   Spaniards.    This > ^
is taken to mean    that    France flnd|S
Spain may be obliged shortly to l3t.'d
detachments of troops at the Moroccan seaports.
Tangier despatches say there nre
20,000 hostile Moors concentrated
near Taddert and Llttellll and 10,000 IS
Kayables near Alcahazar. The natives
insist that the Moors bave plenty of
ammunition.
Raisuli is camped fifteen hour-."
marc from Tangier but is not showing
any signs of preparing to make a
hostile move-
Tbe government is somewhat con-
ittiturte of
A despatch from Berlin today quotes Hcrr
Tschiersky, German foreign secretary,
as saying to the representatives of
other powers he had called cm, thai
while Germany fully accepted ibe assurance.' of France to tbe extent of
the operations in Morocco, the Algu-
ciras conference of course did neet
contemplate the suppression of a rivei
war in Morocco by Frnace and Spain.
England bas signified her intention oE
awaiting Germany's action.
] at suspenders, a pair of silk stockings
j and  a  pair of hose  supporters that [
j had been stolen from the same roon. i
in the hotel he visited just before his
fatal encounter with the officer-
The shooting created little excite-
ment, notwithstanding the fact that I
it took place on one cf the lower floors
of a hotel in the central part of the
city- The revolver duel was fought in
the hallway and the shots could not |
be heard in the lobby below- flew
guests of the hotel knew of the affair until the police detectives arrived
dead   wagon  took  the  bodv
A little son was added to the family
of   Provincial  Constable  John' R-   C
on   Thursday     night.       Mrs.
md the child ��re getting along
splendidly.
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Headquarters Foi
Housefurnishingj
We have given our housefurnishing department double tl:
which  it  formerly occupied. With   this  increased  space we a.
a tetter position to supply tbe wants of those wishing any ;ior(1j
of the usual house draperies, etc.    Just   remembei   this
economical  house  furnishings.
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The Best of Wool Blanket!
Our Blanket  stock is now  complete;   large   size   wool   blankets J
60x80,   per  pair      \u
Heavy All Wool  Blankets wbicb  we show in thre.  different maj
In this way we are enabled  to show the pick of the best
kets made.   All sizes, V'1'  fiair>  $4-*'0 to    jjd
| ANDERSON i
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Comfortable Comforters
Light   weight   coverings   which  ensure   warmth    without   beiifl
too heavy.
Pure Down  Comforters, shown in different sizes and coverings, eacj
$3 to     $18.j|
Pure White Special Filling ln many  weights and sizes, $1.50 to $5,S.|
A10 White Wool Filled Comfortors  which are   exceedingly   light J
weight yet very warm and comfortable, each $.1.50, $4 and, ,*/M
Large  Size BeJ  Pillows, per pair, $1.50, $3, $5 and  )7jJ
WE ARE ALSO SHOWING MANY NEW LINES OF LACtl
CURTAINS. TABLE COVERS. BED SPREADS, FRILLED MUSLINs|
CURTAIN NETS, ETC.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co,
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
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The Vancouver lacrosse team still
has a chance for the championship
of British Columbia by winning all its
matches between now and the end
of the season. In such an event that
team will tie with the Xew Westminster team. For tliat reason the
match today between the Vancouvers
and Maple Leafs should be a bard
one. li will no doubt be full of interest to both Vancouver ;ind New
Westminstei people bOing over to see
the match
WHAT   LOOKS   NICER  THAN
GOOD     TEETH,      PROPERLY
KEPT      IN      ORDER?        USE
MUIR'S
Tooth Powder
AND    KEEP    THEM    CLEAN.
T. A. MUIR
The House
of QaaliW
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BRYSON & SONS
Agents MONARCH RANGES ��� 187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
ROOM  THIEF   SHOT
DEAD BY DETECTIVE
Seattle, Sept. 6���City Detective Lee
A. Barbee shol and killed a I,malar
on the third floor of the Butler hotel
shortly after 8 o'clock last night, after
a desperate light in a large samp;,
room. The roiein worker was the flrsl
to use a gun- llis bullet went wild
but. at least six of the nine bulb ts
that Barbde sent after the thief took
j effect.
The burglar, a well dressed young
i man about 26 years old, had absolutely nothing on his person thai  serves
| as a clue (o his identity.   At the time
| he  was shot  he  was   wearing a   paii
School Books
and
SUPPLIES
FULL STOCK
-AT-
MORELS
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
J. E. BROWN & CO'Y
beg to announce that they
have now opened an up-
to-date Gentlemen's Clothing and Furnishing House
in the Cunningham block,
and have secured the latest and most correct styles
in Wearing Apparel,
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TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY  HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A. M.    TO    11   P. M. As Usual
TWO GOOD BUYS
Royal Ave., lot, well situated        $800, easy terms
Fifth Ave., lot 99x99, splendidly situated,
$800, easy terms
THIS PROPERTY WILL MAKE YOU MONEY
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The most recent designs and shapes
in the most stylish Hats for fall and
winter wear have arrived, also an entirely new selection of Half Hose, Collars, Fancy Vests, Underwear, Umbrellas,  etc., etc.
BEFORE MAKING YOUR SELECTION FOR THE COMING FALL,
CALL AND INSPECT OUR STOCK
J. E. Brown & Co. {
CASH CLOTHIERS
Cunningham Block, Columbia St.
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