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F|RE INSURANCE
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SUMBDE 249.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C, SATURDAY    MORNING.    OCT.    26,    1907.
EEK.
JNCIL CONSIDERS
[[WENT SIDEWALKS
Ll Kvil Question Shelved hf1 ^^tatlve
feial 1jVU ** er ���a tribute to tin
LCoal Bunkers to be Con-
Lcted-Gas Talk.
w;i^
. ���f delay tbe proposition
rcemeni sidewalks on Columbia
m ukaly t" enjpge the at
erlntendent Furntssnn 1
a!  an  early  date.    Tli"
raised   last evening  11
committee meeting by Aid.
,;���..;   a   brief discussion   II
,.,..,. I thai  a second petition
ulated  among Ibe busi-
erned   and    that    the
uld be fully gone in-
Aid. Henley.
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THUNDERER  CORRESPONDENT
TO STUDY BROWN BLIGHT
���'��� w Crippen, a brillianl writer
who acted as New York correspondent '
of the London Times for Beven years,
is B gueBt at the Hotel Vancouver'.
He was recently appointed Pacific
of the "Thunder-
growing importance of this section of the oontinenl
as ei news centre. Mr. Crippen, who
will make his provincial headquarters
at San Francisco, expects to spend
three weeks in Vancouver and vicinity
in order to write 'i series of articles
on th- oriental question. It i.s his Intention to ileal with thc pro ilem trom
every standpoint He will secure intimate knowledge of the question by
visiting the Oriental quarters, inspecting tlie sawmills and logging camps
and interviewing members of the Asl-
FRASER CENTENNIAL
RECEIVES SUPPORT
New Officers of Advertising
Committee Get Busy on
Celebration Idea.
George E. Martin, chairman of tiie
advertising committee of the board of
trade, and A. W. McLeod waited on
the council committee last eveuiug,
and outlined a scheme Tor bringing
the city of Xew Westminster prominently .before the British Columbia
and   Eastern  public,    He stated that
,,.,.  , |the advisability of holding a celebra-
atic Exclusion league and prominent L,     , , , .  ...    .
Ition here next  July to mark tbe hundredth   anniversary   of  the  discovery
e ma,
,,,, nexl meeting.
n)aI1 0{ the !:<>ard of works, kept.
,..���,,,,: sidewalk issue paramount
g the last couple of months, and
.bout all the Information necea-
and is said to be ready at any
to procee 1 with the construction
to wriks nu the local improve.-
H -.stein. The work will prob-
teordered under way in tbenear
Le proposition made by   W.   It.
[j to construct large coal bunkers
Icost of several thousand dollars
Ll and 2, if given a lease, was
Ry discussed, and  the clerk  was
footed to notify  Mr. Gilley that  a
hroald be Issued    as    soon     i
iot tlie proposed    bunkers    are
faced to the council.
ckrk  was   also   instructed   to
I to the  provincial   government
\'kb. N.  It. asking that lights
M at the corner of Welling-
Iul Dufferin  streets and'in  the
jo! the ti. N. R. depot.
(Xew Westminster Gas company
In for a. little criticism for tho
ker in which they are tearing uo
Streets of the city.   Aid. Johnston
|��e,l in a little comment, remark-
that the section of McInnTs Btreet
i was recently macadamized, has
I torn up and the work on one
U of the street practically npoil-
|Hajioi Keary pointed out that the
has the  right   to open  any
ft the y di sire, but could be forced
W them in the same condition
l-Jch they had found them.   The
M was Iropped without any ac-
|i*ing taken,
i moral reform issue was again
and   again dropped.    Ald-
��asked   whether   It   would  not
tosa:!.'  lor  the committee    l��
f '.-: resolution recommending
P(police commission that the po-
ri* Lustructed. to  carry   out the
|t ot the  resolution  which     was
N ri  the   council   last   Monday
II In view of the fact that tbe
p commission will hold a uueet-
pst week and will be made ac-
PN with .be action already
P "J' the e-oumiU, it was decided
f1 the matter *tand in the jnaan-
Johnston, chairman of the parks
lltea reported that he had   re-
viiiiou_ :,j,plications from uth-
organlsatioaB   for the   privilege
'ng football on the ovaJ at
!n'B I'ark. ii,. pointed out thnt on
��"it of the fall rains, the groun I
Nome verj soft, and he was of
opinion that football playing
"<" likely to tear up the sod. Ha
���>*��ver given tbem authority to
,|"1 Broun | today. The nutter
lefl to All .iiehnston to rute as
PWoere.. proper.
ter minor issues were considered
whlcli the council adjourned.
ilncs Cunningham  waited on  the
Pe bui took the precaution to
P'ttlie reporters be excluded be-
public men. He has letters of Intro
ductlon to Premier McBride as wel]
as other public men. His impressions
will be recorded In the Times from
week to week. Mr. Crippen will also
visit Bellingham, the scene of the recent anti-Hindu riot.
of tbe Fraser river by Simon Fraser,
was being discussed and the proposition  was receiving general  commen-
NO PARADE WILL BE
PERMITTED THURSDAY
dation. The occasion would be a general old boys' re-union und there" was
a probability that Sir Wilfrid Laurie;
might be induced to come out and un-
: veil a statue of the discoverer.   Such
:a celebration would be u fitting trlb-
I Ute to the memory of a man whose
I work was so important, and the city
! would naturally get a lot of advertising and publicity through it. He felt
" " ! quite  sure  that  both the  Provincial
Prevention of Riots Easier :and  DomiDio��  governments  would
'give   grants,  and    the   Hudson's  Bay
Than   Paying   Damages is company might also be approached in
the Way  Solons Figure. fctL.,... ���_�� c ,ta co���
  | tee, Mr. Martin stated, wa-s to make
up a fund by general subscription and
by grants from the city and probably
the surrounding municipalities, to be
The parade scheme which the Vancouver branch   of  the  Asiatic  Excl'i
sion league is aiming to incorporate ! used  in  advertising in  Eastern  peri;
into  next  Thursday  evening's    local Iodlcalfl and through other mediums.
anti-Asiatic    demonstration,     is    not
meeting with favor in this city. New
A.   W,  McLeod   supplemented    Mr.
Martin's remarks by stating that the
city  could  stand  considerable adver-
Westmlnster   people   remember   th'.'  t|Sjnir
THEY   WANT  QUEBEC
BRIDGE   COMPLETE!-)
Ottawa, Oct. 25.���An Influential deputation from Quebec waited on Premier Laurier yesterday in regard to
the rebuilding of the Quebec bridge.
It is understood tlie deputation explained the financial position of tho
Quebec Bridge company since the collapse of the structure in August and
also discussed the question of the government taking over the completion
of the work; but until the Royal Commission inquiring into the cause of ths
collapse makes its report, it is not
likely any announcement will be made
as to what course the government
may take.
Painted Horse Red; Under Arrest.
Walla Walla, Oct. 25.���W, H. Morrison, a local union carpenter, was
arrested on a justice court warrant
today for destroying some property-
owned by A. A. Riggs, a local nonunion plumber.-It is charged that Morrison threw away some of Riggs'
tools, filled his wagon with paint and
refuse and painted his horse red.
MORE MONEY NEEDED
OR OLD BRIDGE STAYS
WESTMINSTER CLUB IS
NOW INCORPORATED
Ten Thousand One Dollar
Shares Constitute Capital
���King's Printer's Mistake
acts of rowdyism which were perpetrated in Vancouver on the night ol
the anti-Asiatic demonstrations, and
are tearful least an unruly element
should Like advantage of the occasion
to stir up a dust here.
"I do not endorse the parade idea,''
said Mayor Keary yesterday afternoon. "Thursday evening is not only
Thanksgiving night, but also Halloween, and there will naturally be a lot
of idlers about who might stir up
trouble against the Orientals."
Mayor Keary ad<k>d that he was
Baked by the supporters of the movement to call a public meeting to dls-
cuss the Asiatic qwsition. and so far
as he was aware, only a-meeting would
ibe held.
('hied' of Police Mcintosh also expressed  himself as being opposed to
a  parade, statia-.
Mayor Keary pointed out that Vancouver will hold its regular Dominion
! Day celebration, and Calgary will hold
la Dominion exhibition in July next
! year, and he did not see why New
Westminster should get up a celebration which would clash with those
events.
A.  W. McLeod    suggested    that  a
, public   meeting be called   to   discuss
; the  projiositioB,   when    it    could  be
placed  in tiie hands of a bommittee
of citizens.
The aldermen in turn expressed approval   of  the scheme for  centennial
celebration, but thought tliat il  was
more tor next  year's (council t�� deal
I with than tne presejft,
Mayor Keary promised for himself
jand tiie alSermen than if they are returned by the electkmi next ysiar, they
'would giv* the proposition their sup-
,1k��� be would stop  I Tjw tlQn wjthdrew_ :after ex.
an.v street demonstration. L^fcg  the  hope   that the  electors
; woud show good judgment ay re-electing all the members of tibe present
count*-!.
Grant of $10,000 by Provincial Government Not as
Much as City Expected.
Unless the Provincial government
Increases its grant tor the constructed of a steel bridge across the North
Arm of the Fraser between this city
and Lulu island to something near
one-half the total cost, lt is unlikely
that a steel structure will replace tho
present wooden affair for some years
to come. Mayor Keary stated yesterday, in commenting on the report
from Victoria that ��10,000 had been
granted, that the bridge as proposed
would cost about $40,000, and that the
city was far from being ln a position
to put up the other $30,000 in its present Ihiiancial circumstances. He
pointed out that the government owns
twenty-five acres of very valuable
land on Lulu island, not very far from
the bridge, which property the Provincial jail officials were utilizing as
a jail farm, a fact which lays the government under a certain amount of
obligation.
Mayor Keary stated that he had received no official information as to
the proceedings of the executive of
Uie government with reference to the
grant, but if the report that $10,1.00
only had been allowed proved to be
coraee., he was of the opinion that the
irluns itor a steel bridge would not be
carried to completion.
The Westminster club. Limited, is
now duly incorporated under the
Companies Act, 1897, as a limited
company, with a capital of ten thousand dollars, divided into ten thousand shares of one dollar each, a notice to that effect appearing in this
week's B. C. Gazette. The incorporation of the club will not mean any
change in the management or methods of the hitherto unincorporated
association, this step having been
merely taken in order to have the
club placed on a better footing.
Before the incorporation papers
were secured, it was thought advisable by several of the members to
communicate with the directors of the
Westminster club, located on Westminster avenue, Vancouver, in order to
see whether the members of that institution would be agreeable to a
proiiosal whereby a change in thc
designation of their association would
be secured, in order to avoid the confusion which had resulted in the past
from the two clubs having an identical
name.
After some correspondence, the
members of the Vancouver club expressed their willingness to change
the name of their club to the "Capi-
lan Club" and application was made
to the provincial secretary for leave
to have the name altered, the change
having to be advertised in the B. C.
Gazette before the local club could
secure incorporation. The application
w.ijs favorably considered, but owing
to a mistake by the King's printer,
who introduced the word "New" before the title "Westminster Club" a
delay of a week was experienced, and
a correct notice was inserted this
week, being substituted for the previous  misleading application.
The "New Westminster Club" did
not exist, both associations being
known as "Westminster Club" a circumstance apparently unknown to the
King's  printer's proofreader.
^RNT   BODY BREEDS
SUSPICION   OF   MURDErt
Because of a suspicion of foul play
attaching to the (hiding of the partially incinerated body of a white
man among the burned remains" of a
sloop at Adams river, near Port Harvey, Provincial Constable Woolacott
has been dispatched north from Vancouver to investigate the case.
The body was discovered a few days
ago and while decomposition had set
in on the uniburned parts, the indications were that the man had not been
dead very long. Portions of both arms
ami both legs had been burned off,
but the trunk had hardly been toched
by tlie flames. The head bore certain contusions which gave rise to the
suspicion that possibly the man had
been murdered and his sloop fired in
order to cover up the crime. Nothing was found which afforded any clue
to the identity of the dead man.
Ashdown Declines.
Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 25.��� Mayor
Ashdown said that he would not again
be a candidate for the mayoralty of
this city.
EISHING NET CASE
NOT YET SETTLED
Arguments Pro and Con will
Be Heard on Saturday,
November 2.
cohoes nr mm soon
WILL PT RUNNING
Iri
I hi.
I
entry
was ;
in the room,   and
icrefore unknown.
in-
*vin,
P-^ Sala,  who controlleel that
if10".    The   streets  of    all   D8-
_ ulli<1' was one of the chief at-
rns of Sockeye  Row during tbe
" aa' exhibition, has announce!!
���"tlon of forming a theatrical
circuit, which would    em-
New \v,.K
V'ctori:i
bc Performers would be sdp-
*' the (rinsldine-Sulltvan peo-
hh'lrtp eXpeotea to Wrtvel Tn this
uiiui, '" arran88 for the hiring
. We hall where the vaudeville
1 "filghl :,.
si minster, Port Town-
Ladysmith and Nanai-
Produced.
o.
pi,SIV' Sr"ith Suspended..
j,,     ��. Oct.25���-Detective George
,,���. �� "lied   Oscar Cans    last
*"teh offence he was com-
M [..   �� B88tees, has been bus-
m u^' Police force.
I
The  run  of cohoes  Is
unexpectedly well, aud bids
maintained  for  .-tie a few days yet.
The canneries Bod OClltl storage plants
were    flooded    yentenkiy    with
most   of   which   were'   from   th.'
in the vicinity of Steveston
Mungo  OannJLn*  company's
t'lutba  gathered  up  over
GRABBED $9,00f> 'AND
STARTED ON THE RUM
PMaitelphla,  Oct.  25.��� Two    meu
keeping up walked into the -sub-treasury here thl*
fair to be  morning, grabbed $!t,000 lhat was being paifi out to a national bank teller, am* -Started to run from the build-
Ing.
Cle.ks Jinel  others gave chase and
river  tijg  ��wo  men   were  so hotly   pursued
The St. i thU|   jiiey threw   tile  money   under a
Bteamer18treel ax.   Bo") wele captured, and
2,000  from j.,re n0w ouulined in thfi city hall. One
The ino-
THMCAR FEARFULLY
MANGLES OLD MAN
(ish,
the fishermen ;uafl "t.bnr canneries did ���f tbem carried a revolver.
nearly tis welL ney was in maim   *ud   was all n
The   ruu   up   Dorf.li  is  commencing covered.
to fall off, and the llsbe.r.nien are leav- |. -  ���
The steamer Terra   Nova, oper-
by   the   B.  C.  Kickers'  associa-
today from Tobie inti h again for
Tin' steamer Tyee,
ing.
ated
tion, will arrive
let, and  will  not go nori
cohoes this fall.
also a  fish  gatherer,
lust trip of tin'season to Butte inlet.
Threatened   Uprising  Quelled.
Pierre,   S.  Du    Oct.    85,-Reports
from   the Cheyenne   reservation    say
that a threatened outbreak of Ute in-
was controlled before dark last
the Indian police' of the res-
I'tes yesterelay showed
rouble and
so threatening
that the officers I" <"
troops
dlans
night b.v
ervation.   The
signs of starting serious
the situation became
barge oalled foi
|8 in Victoria.
B_J, A.  M. Aiken,
f the oldest real es-
n  Winnipeg,  Is
He is accompanied
anager of a largo
Jam
Victoria, Oct.
representing one
tate establishment
visiting the city
bv G. Muttlebury, m
loin company, which baa agencies ��
various parts of the Northwest.
JAPANESE DIPLOMAT
CONDEMNS NAVAL MOVE
New York, Oct. 25.���Dr. Louis L.
Seaman, formerly a surgeon In the
United States army, who was with the
Japanese forces, both naval and military, during the Russo-Japanese war,
has received a letter from Count Ok-
uma, the Japanese progressive leader,
in which Count Oktima says that the
sailing of the Atlantic fleet to the Paclflc coast is not good diplomacy.
"Foreign newspapers," Count Ok-
nnia wrote, "are too pessimistic. The
Japanese are convinced that there
will be no war. Every case like th2
San Francisco incident, is sure to
have a bad effect. I think that the
trouble Is due to the sovereignty
principle of the states in the United
States. The power of the states is
too great. They are too independent.
The sending of the Atlantic fleet to
lhe Pacific coast is not good diplomacy."
Veancouver, Oct. 25.���An old man
named James Roberts was run over
by _a B. C. E. R. Westminster avenue
csj- this evening, and killed instantly,
UIm body was terribly mangled, and
tive clothing nearly torn off.
Roberts was evidently in a hurry
and attempted to go across the track
iu front of the fonder, but was caught
and thrown under the car. He was
about 70 years of age, and had been
a resident of this city for seven years.
The tragedy is regarded as purely
accidental, with no blame attached to
the motorman.
Missouri Railroads Lose Much Money.
Chicago, Oct. 25.���The railroads of
Missouri are alarmed over losses in
passenger revenues which they say
are due to the wholesale dishonesty
of the travelling public, because of the
fact that passenger fares in Missouri
are the same whether a ticket is purchased on trains or at the station.
The roads declare that 34 per cent
of tbe people who ride in Missouri get
on the trains without purchasing
tickets.
As a result the roads not only have
the element of dishonesty in some of
their conductors to put up with, but
also the dishonesty of the passenger.
Afavorite method of Missouri's dishonest passengers, it is said, is flrst
to try to have the conductor "ship"
them. Failing in this, the conductor
may Le approached to see how much
he will compromise for. If this also
proves a failure, the pasesnger may
pay to the next station, and If the
conductor finds him again, keep on
paying. If not, he is ahea I of the
purfe.
LETTERS ARE TWENTY-
NINE YEARS IN MAILS
San Francisco, Oct. 25.���Four letters written by his relatives in Norway twenty-nine years ago last March
and addressed to him at Minatitlan,
Mexico, were received yesterday by
Capt. Peter E. Marcussen, of the Norwegian steamship Eir, lying at Folsom
street wharf No. 2. One was written
in the cramped and straggling hand of
childhood by a little sister who bas
been dead for twenty years.
Capt Marcussen was only IG years
old and an apprentice on the Norwegian bark Teodor, in March, 1S7S,
at that time in the harbor of Minatitlan, when the letters from his relatives were mailed In the village of
Norway. They reached St. Thomas,
In the West Indies, the same month,
but there Is no record of the letters
having been received at Minatitlan.
There is, however, a Mexican postal
stamp on the back of each envelope
dated May 2, 1907, at which time they
were presumably started back to Norway and this city.
The Insley vs. Gilley suit was ra-
sumed again yesterday afternoon in
the county court, and was still undecided when court rose at 1:30. Au
the evidence was in when court adjourned, and Saturday, November 2,
was fixed as the day for argument.
W. N. Bole.'K. C, had a great number
of law volumes from which he wished
to quote, so it was arranged to withhold argument till a more convenient
season.
The.8ult, as previously stated, is for
tbe recovery of $100 alleged damages
to a fishing net owned by William Insley. Mr. Insley claims that the steamer Dunsmuir ran over his net during
the month of March last, breaking it.
up and causing him much expense for
repairs and loss of time.
Several witnesses were called by
the plaintiff to prove that the weather
on the day of the accident was calm
and that the captain of the Dunsmuir
could have easily seen the net before
running into it, if he had been exercising reasonable precaution.
The defence based their case on the
claim that Captain Jones did not see.
the net until he was so near to it tharri
he could not avoid running on to it,,,
and that the net was stretched squarely across the channel.     When   Mr;
Whealler called his flrst witness for
the defendant, W. N, Bole, K. C, for
the plaintiff, Asked that ali wi****1*'3"
for the defendant be excluded i.'0*^
the court house and brought ln as required, but His Honor would not agree
to this, since Mr. Bole had had the
advantage of having all his witnesses
in the court room together.    All the
witnesses for the defendant were subjected to a  severe  cross-examination
by Mr. Bole, but invariably the stories
were unshaken.
NO LACH OF SUPPLIES
AMONG THE INDIANS
The various rumors of starvation
and hardship likely to be entailed upon the Indians of the Upper Fraser
river during the coming winter which
have from time to time been placed
in circulation, aro discouraged by the
Indian agent for the district, E. Bell,
of the Williams lake agency.
Mr. Bell states that he has recently
visited Chilcotin and had heard nothing of the Indians in that district
trespassing upon the territory of tho
Shuswaps. There was a shortage of
grouse, squirrel and chipmunk, but to
counterbalance this, the supplies of
deer and rabbit are abundant and
there Is no apparent danger of starvation.
The Indians have suffered somewhat
from lack of salmon, but it is not
likely that they will have anv diffl-
CUltV in providing a supplv of foo.l
sufficient to last th��ra for the winter.
Nanaimo Need* More Power.
Nanaimo, Oct., 24���The Nanaimo
Electric Light Company will commence work next week, putting a
small force of men at work for the
present, on work which it is expected
will give them additional power at the
light station.
At present the company is short of
water power, this shortage occurring
during the dry season when little
water is coming down the stream. To
avoid this a large dam will be built
at Westwood's swamp which is tributary to the Millstream, about three
miles from the city. The water will
be stored at this place until the dry
season comes and it is required.
Under Canadian Control.
Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 25. ��� Notwithstanding rumors to the contrary, the
naval station at Esquimau will shortly pass into the control of the Canadian government. The Imperial authorities, after having arranged nearly two years ago to hand over the
drydock and station at Esquimalt to
the Dominion, experienced some doubt
as to whether the Canadian government was in a position to maintain
the efficiency of the establishment
there as a naval base. During the
recent visit of the minister of marine
to England he gave the necessary assurances, with the result that the
transfer is to be completed at an
p.arly date. PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Advertisements
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Buffalo,   Oct.   24.���Over   600   wo:;-
, men employed at  the Buffalo  Cniou
! Furnace company's plant, along with
: scores of people  living in that  viciu-
1 ity, very narrowly escaped being the
: victims of a terrible explosion yester-
iday.   Tae catastrophe was averted b>'
mere  chance.
I    In the machine Bhop connected with   J
; the big  foundry,  it  was found necessary to  cut  several  lengths of  lar?c
iron   pipe  and   Stephen   H.   Regan,   a
machinist,   put   a   long   piece   of   the
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The place  to  buy your  Furniture at cash prices on
the easy payment plan without interest
or extra charge
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PAID FOR
iformation leading to the a n
onviction of the 1"  '
. ..-   v.:i' >  stole  carriage-   I tm is,  car-
_������   In :.. e.>.��� I -!:   ri last week.   M.
��� ���   '
Max Freed Furniture Co. I
62 & 64 Hastings St, West, Vancouver, B. C,
Complete   Mouse   Furnishers
All   orders   promptly   executed',   carefully packed free cf charge,
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ANTED���TO    PURCHASE    FOR
cash, one lot in or close to city.
I State  lowest   price   and   full  particu-
required pipe into a sawing machine    ^..^     owners only  need apply to E.
co divide it into ten-foot lengths.    H-   p_ Daj;..   ,\.w_.
< had   cut   several  pieces,   and   findin
that the saw was dull, replaced it with   fl��i"    EWAR1) WILL B
I a  new  one.    Regan  finished  anotht
! length, and after taking it out of the
mac.iin/. placed It on the floor along
;wi.h others while he pn   ���        I to ad-
jii.-t  another  in  the  machine,
i    Presently another employi
firm  entered lhe  machine  shop  ani
ig  over to  where   Regan '���'���as'a'
'work   noticed   som thing   .-ri. ...ng   sn
���_nd of ;!:���   I isl       ���    which  ha I
���    .  cut.
R< gap ��� ci nin   I th     '.    an I fou
lie:   it  contained     a'.out   -��� ���
arg dynai through the
.   ������ ol  whi
Why ti. .1 nol  expi
while th    saw   was  passing   th
eyond comprehensi in, un
T  OST���A  GOLD
i-J    ;;...- Ish   case,
FILLED  WATCH,
tinder  kindly  re-
turn to T. Glfl
jewelry store an i
:. reward.
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The  merchants listed  below  will  give   with
chase one vote.
The  contest   began  Aug.   2:.rd,   1&07,    and  wil
1908, at 7 p. m.
A  '..allot box is placed in D.  8.  Curtis  &  C
votes  are to  be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, So Iel
having    received    the    largest  number of vote-   ..
library.
Curn nl   accounts  when  promptly paid ar<
Remember, votes can be Becured bj  tradl
cd  below.
Library is on exhibition at VY.  E. Fales' turnil
D.  S   I'. well  count  the  votes.
cash
ae   Jaa
' tc, whej
'<* Of Sejloj
warded tlj
''I  votes,
tQe firms m
TIMBER LANDS���WL   DEAL   Exclusively in timber.    Have I
and  small  tracts  on  water.    If you
���ij buy or s il. see me.    E. R.
..- .-.   i- :   nestings  St.,  Vancou-
B. C.
fexCG_3K388��-3Q-X-3fi��88^^
Notice!
Public Meeting
In com] ���        the req tesl   .:
] a number '>'. i itei a;   rs, J    en by cai:
', a  public   me ting,   to   '������   held
A [Meeting  of the Liberal
Association will be held
in the
Liberal Club Rooms
���on���
Tuesday Night, October 1%
at 8 o'clock
To take up the question of
calling a Convention to nominate a candidate for the
House of Commons.
All Liberals in the District
are invited to attend,
n the
Opera house, on
THURSDAY, the 31st inst,
at  8  ii.  m..  for  tri-   purpM.-c  of dis-
:���-.-. as exj Iain< .       th    workm n a
I the foundry, the new saw, which was
a sharp one. cut through the pipe with
! so   little  friction   that   the   dynan
\v;ts    : -       ��� I   tO   BUffll rillt    C m-
loi ixplo le it.
Then   was sufficienl o   tbe explos-
td in to have
the entire plant to atoms, and cause
terrible destruction and loss of life.
TWO    FURNISHED     ROOMS     TO
rent, with fireplace.    Third ave-
n: house from S \b. strei t.
v. ..     P. 0. Box 172.
REM
tl
EMEMBER,      SIPPRELL      DOES
:he ne ati - i nd i hi a i st work in
the rubber stamp business, also man-
mr of Uncle Lil! Oil. John
rell, 116 Second street, New
':������ ��� sl minsl t.
Swallowed Wire, Now Dead.
Montreal,   Oct. 24.���M.   Trude^u, a
trick    ���:������   swallower,  ol   CoaticdtJke,
cussing  the  advlsa i taking    ;"l :- '":" hospital her   today a��the
8te , ,,, secure the i atriction oi '��� '��� ,i;   '-���   "  mishap  while  doing   I
;,-,,,      ���    vsi.   i -   Into   Bi '. ���        ���' ���      '-���������- tricj-  oonsisti 1  In  putting
Q TRAYED - BLACK
AND   WHITE
year-old Heifer,    ite tarn to John
\rnold, Scott road, or advise by mail,
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Colum
W.   H.
Mayor's  office,
Oct.  23,  1907.
KEARY,   Ma;  i
New  Westminste
e  wire in the ni se and taking It p n
al  ' ie mo ith, but this tim    he swal-
S'VALID DESIRES COMFORTABLE
home with refined family on fruil
ranch. Terms no object if surround-
ngs pleasant    Miss ll.. News office.
M
ADAME   DE-FAY,   THE  GREAT-
esl English psychic palmist, ua_s
lowed the wire   iy mlsta i .    Tn ���
nl   occun  .1   i   fortnight ago  and    lecided tei remain in the city all this
medical aid proved fruitless.
J. REID, Pres.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
PRINTING
Have your printing done ln
town by the local modern
high  grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as ; rospective customers, tha'. new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical gooils. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
week, and  i em   be  seen eet   Room   b
Windsor   hotel,   from   10   a.   m.   until
7  ji.  in.  daily.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
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D.   S.   CURTIS  &. CO.
Druga
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.    BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Me3ts
T.   S.   A\\-ADA|_E
West   End  Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE   DAILY   NEWS PU3. Cl
Daily  and   Weekly  New)
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &. CO.       1
Bocks ar.d Stationery
THE   ROVAL   STUDIO
(under oew  management)
Lionel    Haweis,     Photographer
0.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate Co*
fecteons,     ke   Cream
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen. Repairirtc
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABtj
S.   H.  Thompson, Prop.
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
Good    for   Ten   Votes    in
.if	
L
ibrary Voting C mti sl   In la 1
Voted   bv         J
For one  year's subscription
200 votes;   six months, $2.00,  10C
paid in advan>                i M
votes.                                        1
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We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THK   BEST   OK   EVERYTHING.
Northern
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets   on   sale     to   all
European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For fuill information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHAPvLTON,
Portland, Oro.
Synopsis     of    Canadian      North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even nam iered section of Do-
! minion  lands  iu  Manitoba,  Snskatcli-
jewan and Alberta, excepting S aud 2'>,
not reserve."!, may be homeeteaded by
e any person who is the sole head of a
Family, or any  male; over  IS  years of
I age, to the extent of one-quarter aec-
i tion of 160 acres, more or lestk
Application tor entry must be
i made in person by the appLicaut at
a Dominion Lanels Agency or aub-
agency tor the district in which the
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be made- ;it an agency on
certain conditions by the father, moth-1
er, Boh, (laughter, lirother or sister of.
an intending homesteader.
The homesteader i.s re j uired to per-.'
form the homestead duties under one |
of the following plans:
(l)    At least six months' residence)
upon  and  cultivation ot  the land  In
each year for three years.
12) a homesteader may, ir he so:
desires, perform the required resi-'
dence duties bj living on fanning
land owned solely by him, nol less
ihan eighty (Sm acres In extent, in
the vicinity of liis homi itead. Joini
ownership in land will nol meel this
requirement,
(3) If tfie father (or mother, If the
father Is deceased) of a homesteader
nas  permanenl  residence on farmlns
, land owned  Bolely  by  him,  nol   less
than eighty (80)  acres  In extent, in
'the vicinity of the homestead, or upon  ei homestead entered  for by him
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by!
living witli the i'-iii)..:- (or motln r),
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined ns
meaning not more than nijie miles in
a direct, line, exclusive of the wieltli I
of road allowances crossed ln the
measurement.
lb)   A   homesteader* Intending    to
perform   liis   residence  duties  in  ac-'
DR.   HATHERLY
(__��**t Optician and  doctor of Ophth-|
M*^-  almolgy.     Cares   Nervous   ani
Chronic Headaches by skillfully prescribed  glasses.    Parlors on Sixth  St.,
Murchie  block,  New  Westminster.
Trains & Steamers
���C.P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15,  17:20, IS:40.
Arrive    New     Westminster     10:25,
12: i'e, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives     Iri. 15,
leaves  L5:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.n.
Lv. N. W. 4.:J5 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V.,  W.  &  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.136 a.m.. and 4 p.m
O. N. It���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon (i p.m.
Leave Guichon (i a   m , arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a, m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.   New  Westminster  6.50,  6.50,  1
and H a. m., and every half hour there
after till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver   for   Westminster  al
tame hours.
��������+���������������������������������������������������������������<�������������������������������������������������������*
Misses and Children's
Dresses
For Fall and Winter Wear in sizes from
1 to 16 years at prices varying- from
75c to 8.00
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street I
The Canadian Bank of ComnH
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,0
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. walker. President
A GENERAL  RAN
General
(_
AI.KX.   LAIRD,
BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Mel
RS'  BANKING.
>r    their banking  business.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Transcontinental Trains
DAILY
ED. GOU LET,
(J.  H,  K.  AK��'Ul
New Westminster.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Everv Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
cordance with Hue above while living j and  LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
with parents or on,farming land own-   both  e'ectricity   and   g��s>  the  most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
world.     The   equipment   consists   of
private   rompartment   cars,   standard
,     ,,     ,. ,   ,       '6  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining
be given to the Commissioner of Do-  ,ar- reclinin(? chair cars (seats fr   *
minion Lands at Ottawa, of Intention   modern   day  coaches   and  buffet,  li-
to apply for patent. hrarv and  smoking cars.
W. W. CORY, For Time Tables, Folders, or any
Deputy of Iho Minister of the Interior   farther information call on or write
N.  B.���Unauthorized publication ot F. W. PARKER,
this advertisement  will  noi   be pairtj GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, W*ih
FAR,".
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers
cashed  or taken  for collecti,
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Depo
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7^0  TO!) PM.
��� is
Sale"'
eriel
may he nisdo or withdrawn
Call and Examine
Our Heaters
ired as
I which
:es and
cd   by himself must notify  the agon'.
for the district of su<h intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
for.
Our Magic Heater is perfect, easily I
the door is in front, cast iron linei
makes it durable, artistic in appearand
has given satisfaction.
Our Coal Heaters equal any on the markj ���
As for Steel Ranges,  we handle thet^.
We invite inspection and comparison.
T. J.  TRAPP  & C\
  Limited
ADVERTISE  IN
THE  NE jrOAY, OCT. 26, 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
TO-
Will   Be
The
BANNER DAY
OF  OUR  SALE
To Make Saturday a Record Breaking Day of our Bi�� Sale we are
going to make Bigger Cuts than ever on our Stock. All of our
Stock is New and Up-to-date, and of the Best Makes.   Here is a few
Bargains for Saturday
Men's $12.00 Suits for $4.95
Men's $12.50 to $15.00 Suits for     6.35
Men's $15.00 to $20.00 Suits for     7.90
Men's $2.50 to $3.00, sale price ���     1.25
Boys' $4.50 Suit for     1.90
Boys' $4.50 to $6.50 Suits for     3.75
Men's All Wool Underwear, regular $1.20, sale price a garment, 65c
j
BB
BB
Specials
Men's $1.50 to $2.05 Sweaters  85c.
Boy's $1.25 Sweaters  50c.
Men's All Wool Sox, two pairs  25c.
Men's Black Cotton Sox, four pairs  25c.
Men's Auto Caps, regular 50c and 75c  25c.
Men's Old Country Boots, regular $3.50 for  $2.25
Blankets, regular $3.50 a pair, sale price  $2.25
 *
Westminster Clothing Company
DAVE   GROSSMAN,   Proprietor.
LOOK   FOR   THE   RED   SIGN
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
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MARKET
REPORT
''���ri*C*ri*i:*^ri*ri*ri*=::*ri*^ri*
ION TRUST COMPANY
m
THOS. ft. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE ��~ INSURANCE
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK   WITH
Th
e
ROYAL BANK ^CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS OVER   45.000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year nn Savings Rank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL  114,400,000.00
RE   ''*L  $11,000,000.00
,,neh's<ln,,l,uiH,urCan'adaand'Newfoundland, and In J��*JJ   "J*^
N*�� York, Chicago and Bpoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.
tt.,/"! Banklng Business Transac t?d. ..      .u 0f Uie
K,r�� of credit |8ttl,od, available wl th correspondents in all D*��
World <t.
>l fank Department.     Deposits  received in ^'^"^ J added
n" 'Otereet allowed at 3 per cert, per annum (present
K ev "v(>r MC8.000.000.00.
���J Saturday evening from 7:  30 p. m. to 9 p. "����� m^g���
N^ WESTMINSTER BRANC H. *��� D' URYM
Turkeys. She kins of Thanksgiving
feast table*., sold readily at the weekly market yesierday ut Sn cents a
pound, Hue weight, and there Is a
strong probability that tbe demand
even at thai price will not by au/
means ln> satisfied. The supply yesterday was tptite heavy and the stock
was sold out without trouble.
A special turkey and chicken market will be held next Tuesday to en-
| able local people aud the jobbers to
! secure the available supply of those
classes of fowl for Thanksgiving Day.
which falls on Thursday. According
te, reports from the district, the supply of turkeys will go fur short -of supplying the demand.
yesterday's market was a good oue.
there being In attendance a more than
average' crowd of buyers and sellers.
Nearly till kinds of meals were on
sale' in good Quantities and sold well.
Beef held to the old prices of from <
to 9V4 for hindquarters, while fronts
brought from 6 to 7 cents a pound.
Lamb and mutton was an average
supply, and sold at 13 and It cents,
respectively. Veal sold at 12 cents,
under a fair demand. The stock was
nun.' too large. Pork was again
scarce, although the demand was as
usual quite strong. The selling price
i was  11 cents.
Nearly eill kinds of fowl were plentiful and prices were a little firmer
than at the previous market, (loot
fowl brought from $7 to $s.r>o a dozen,
and good chickens brought nbout $.',
a dozen. The demand for ducks way
not strong, and prices were not firm,
(Quite a few ducks sold for from $7 io
$8.50 a dozen.
Eggs went up another notch yesterday, selling at 65 cents a dozen retail
and BO cents wholesale. The demand
i was strong, and the supply was but
fair. Butter sold at the usual prices
of :10 and 35 cents a pound.
The supply of apples and pears was
not so large as usual, and prices remained about the same as have prevailed for several weeks. Apples
brought about $1 a box, anil pears
from 713 centi tn $1.2R a box.
There will be n market sext Friday
as  usual.
GREAT  NORTHERN   MEN
ARE   SHIFTED   ABOUT
l    Announcement of a number of im-
il'ortant changes on the official staff of
I the Great .Northern was made yester-
jetay  by  Seattle officials of that line.
According to the new program, W. D.
j Scott, superintendent of the Cascade
division,   with  headquarters at  Everett,  has  been   appointed   to   succeed
| General   Superintendent  Brown,  with
! headquarters at St. Paul.   Mr. Brown,
i in   turn,  is to  relieve  Fred  Forrest,
general superintendent at S|wkane.
James O'Neil, superintendent of the
! Kalispel    division,   will   relieve    Mr.
Scott on the Cascade division.
James Gruber has been appointed
general manager to succeed S. E.
Ward, with headquarters at St. Paul,
Mr. Ward having resigned. Among
railroad men It is rumored 1hat Ward
either will go with the Burlington or
succeed to the vice-presidency of the
[Great Northern, vice F. McGuigan, resigned.
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
Kruger's Grave Desecrated.
Johhansburg, Transvaal, Oct. 24.���
A painful sensation has been caused
1 by the discovery that the grave of
j President Kruger, in the cemetery at
| Pretoria, has been desecrated. The
marble bust of the ex-president has
t heen torn from its base and badly
chipped. Other graves in the vicinity
[including that of Kruger's grandchild,
also were slightly damaged.
The desecrution is believed to iie
Ihe work of thieves, who expected
that a reward would he offered for
the bust, but which they fou nil too
heavy to carry off. Since the desecration in 1004 of the graves at Pretoria, of Prince Chrlstaln Victor, of
Schlelswig-llolstein. who died of fever
in South Africa, while serving in the
British army, the police have paid
nightly visits to the cemetery.
"Tennesee's
Partner"
A Stirring Southern  Play
Will be Produced
by the
Rambeau & Esmond Company
���On���
MONDAY and TUESDAY
Prices, $1, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
The  Good   Cheer
STORE
Another Shipment of
AlbertalCreamery Butter
Just Received
3 lbs. for $1.Off
Forbid Shipping of Russian Wheat.
Portland, Or., Oct. 24.���The On-
gonlan tomorrow will say thft privutu
cables were received in Portland iat;
today from Liverpool, stating that
there is a well-grounded rumor in circulation to the effect that the emperor
of Russia will, between now and the
end of the present week, Issue a
ukase forbidding the exportation of
wheat from Russia, as wns done in
1S92. The paper ventures the prediction that, following this announ��em< n'.
jrr.nln charters will go to 45 shlll'njis
or tetter.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
MR.   JOSEPH   M.   GAITES
Presents
The Distinguished Romantic Actor
S. Miller Kent
IN
The Sensational  English Comedy
Drama,
"RAFFLES"
WITH
<V Support ing Company of Rare Merit.
Wednesday, October 30,
Just as produced for 225 performances at the Princess Theatre, New
York.
"First  big  thrill  of the  season."���
New York  Herald.
Prices���$1.50, $1.00, 75c, 50c, and 25c.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Btx Criri
Good Cooking Eggs
35c a dogen, 3 doz.
for One Dollar
Our Offer to You
READ IT!
Every customer purchasing goods
from us FOR CASH will receive Silverware Coupons or Tickets to the value of ten per cent of the amount of
each purchase, aud we pledge our
business honor to quote our very lowest cash prices to all such customers. These Coupons or Tickets ars
redeemable at our store in any of the
Crown Silver Plate Co.'s Silverware
you may choose to select.
Our object In offering these elegant
articles of Silverware FREE is to
serve as an Inducement to our customers to concentrate all of their cash
purchases with us. A'e are enabled
thus to secure our cash discounts
when purchasing our stocks of goods,
and we give our customers tlie benefit of the very lowest cash prices, and
furnish their houses with elegant Silverware, made by a reliable firm, free
of any charge.
Call on us and inspect these beautiful presents.
Kyle & Son
The Home of Plenty
'Phone 276      255 Front St.
m .A
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ft
!. South Vancouver
Ferris  Road
I am now offering the balance of the 1-5 of an acre block on
the Cloverdale estate at prices which defy competition.
They are all practically cleared and in clover, and are clos"
to the proposed extension of the North Arm road car line and
within easy distance of the city: aud all I am asking for these
high  and  well situated lots is $325 each, and very easy terms.
tiey-general.       Criminal    proceedings |
have  been begun against the Appeal.
Particulars next week."   The partiour;
lar part of the paper censored is evi-
dently   a  cartoon    by  Ryan  Walker.
The stereotyped plate from wnich thc j
first   page   was   printed   has  the'   car-1
toon   space,   routed    out   entirely,   together with a half column story of au '
attack on the government.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
*+*>*>*>*>*>*i*>*>*
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B.  C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
Indeed, it would be the wise thing for
the Democrats, if Roosevelt 'should
after all except nomination, to abstain
from putting a candidate in the fit Id.
"RAFFLES"  MAKES
BURGLAR   CENTRAL
FIGURE OF  PLAY
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SATURDAY, OCT. 26. 1907.
IN  RUSSIA.
The agreement between Britian nn 1
Russia as to "sphere of influence" an !
so forth, which has just been entered
into, has given rise to discussion ot
Russia's probable plans and intentions
and that discussion appears, at least
very largely, to ignore the actual present condition of the Russian Empire,
To us it seems farther idle to discuss
Russian national plans pud ambitious
as they were discussed ten, or even
five, years ago. A lot of water���and
of blood���has "run under the bridges"
in the meantime. Here for example
is a letter sent not long ago by a
meeting of Russian peasants to the
Czar: "What a miserable sort of
Czar you are at present! You nre
weak-minded ami your place is not on
the throne, but in an asylum. We
have no need of a useless Czar; what
we want is a strong and capable one.
Go and quit your high place. We shall
choose a popular Czar and
make him preside over our rep    ; i.;
Odd in title, and fully as unique In
.character and as intense in interesi,
is "Raffles, the Amateur Cracksman."
No play in New York last season attracted as much attention as tbis one.
j lt   was given at  the  Princes; aad S'l-
vpy  theatres   riio  times   ami   was the
'only drama of the year to  pass the
dpuble  century  mark  in  the metropolis.
"Raffles," as is generally known, is
a fascinating study in criminology,
based upon E. W. Hornung's exciting
series of sketches published in two
volumes under the titles of "Raffles"
ami "The Amateur Cracksman."
It is a play lhat strongly brings out
the old saying that "All the world
loves a rogue!" It is a production
that pleases, and as somebody said, it
tends to bring yon back and you hear
ths call of the wild. At the' New
Westminster Opera bouse Wednesday,
night,  Oct.  36.    Reserve  your  -eats.
30 Knots An Hour.
liondon, Oct. 24.���There is now under way an experiment which if successful will mark a new step in marine
propulsion and achieve results by
which the Luflitania's speed record
will be put into the shade. The keynote of the idea is the application of
electricity to turbines and a well
known firm of engineers iy equipping
a vessel with an apparatus designed
to make the test l>oth practical and
complete. It is expected to devclope
3d knots an hour.
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| HORACE DORER
{jj Goldsmith Silversmith
$jj Diamond Merchant
Bl Columbia Street, Next Tram Office
Contrary to published reports,there
was  no Chinaman  killed  by  a   falling
MANY   ANXIOUS   EAGLES
ARE   LOOKING   FOR   BELL
Seattle. Oct. 25.���Local Eagles want
to know what bas become of Tho
dore A. Hell, grand wor!by president
of their order. He was due in Seattle Wednesday on a fraternal visit
to the Eagles of the Sound and 2,000
of the   faithful   turned    out  tee  greet
smokestack on the occasion of the him, only to meet with dlsappolnt-
Reardon Shingie mill fire in Surrey, j meni. Since that time the wires have
on Wednesday morning. A Chinaman 'been kept b��t In un effort to locate
was struck In the nook by a falling bim. No light has been thrown on the
brick, but that was not sufficient In- mystery ftfid many friends are anxious
ducement for the Celestial to shuffle fearing that something has happened
off the mortal coil, and lie still lives.   I to him.
Por QUALIT
'ch, river
11    of high
the Delta  laud cannot  be  beaten-   One acre of tnis
bottom land will produce as much    as    three
gravel  land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain
8 acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture, 6 mlle8 fro
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbur.
and boat landing, % mile from  school, has  a  live
in gooel repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cow,    ,
good waterfrontage with  wharf building,     boat
young fruit trees, a good range  all conn, ected.
Price  .   -   $2250
$1230 cash,  balance  in one  year.
and   net
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"Appeal   to   Reason"  Censored.
Indianapolis,    Oct,    _!���".���Socialists
(who received today copies of .the Ap-
jpeal to Reason, a socialist paper with
a large circulation established at Gi-
I rard, Kas., were astonished to note a
we   wilrib[g announcement  on the  first  page:
"This paper is censored by special
atives a the Douma, so that they may |or(le[. o�� Bona,,arte, the fe(]ei.a] ...,,,..
fleliberate and legislate in ���i"nr:u 1
session, or, better still, our representatives will govern the country by
themselves, unanimously, without
Czar."
When  one  remembers  that, only  a
few years ago, the Czar was to those j
peasants their "Little Father"���a ter- j
restrial god���one has in the letter aj
measure of the  progress   which    the
spirit of freedom and self-government
JlHS made in Russia.     Who    can seay
how soon the inevitable resolution will
come, or what change it will make in
Russia's attitude towards the rest of
Europe?   The one certain thing seems
lo be that a great change is impending
���rarther,   is   in   progress���and   that
any  prediction  as  to  Russia's   future
coarse  as  a  nation  must be   largely
guess work.
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Now th.at meetings held under the ,
auspices   of   the   Asiatic   Exclusion
League have taken to passing resolutions  asking Mr.  McBride to  resign, I
some of that gentleman's organs are !
showing themselves in their true col- |
ors as the friends of the coolie laborer,
Bluff  and   trickery  may    "go"   for  a
time, but the day of reckoning comes.
roNTFRT Ha^djar���!Hale & Lane
V*X_/11 VLil\  A ���     =====     AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
Assisted  by  MADAME ANNA WATSON (soprano) and MISS EDITH
��� BELLAMY   (elocutionist).
Under the auspices of the Columbian College and In aid of the college gymnasium, Queen's Avenue Methodist Churcr.
Friday Eevening, November 1, 1907
TICKETS  $1.00.
On sale at Curtis' Drug Store, Ryall's Drug Store. Mutt's Drug Store,
.lames Cunningham & Sons, Morey's   Bookstore,   and     Todd's   Music
House.
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTYl
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C
P- O. Bo* %%
Phone  335
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will   be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
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Lot eit Sapperton, near the school     $275;  terms|
Lot on   Eighth street,  below  Fourth avenue   $6351
I  lots on   Sixteenth  Bt.,   near  the new tram liu> .$650 for the 4. terms j
Lens on Fourth avenue, near Eleventh street   $475 each, terms|
Lfltdi at  my ;i*t  bel    eurcha
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal
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P. PEEBLES
279 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phone Jl
SHOES
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BUTTER!   BUTTEl-
Good Dairy,   in tubs 30c per lb.
Creamery in 14 lb. box 35c per lb.
Westminster and Chiiliwack  Creamery in
1 lb. bricks, 40c per lb.
SELECTED EGGS,, 35c A DOZEN
WE WANT YOUR TRADE.
The order to' get the U. S. I attle-
ships ready for a voyftge to the Pacific is said to have caused a great
Shaking anion,.; the dry bones of our
neighbors' naval administration. Not
only has it been found that foreign
ships musi be depended on to supply
the warships with coal en route���an
offer to give a fifty per oent. bounty
to f. S. ships having elicited only one1
offer���but there arc half a dozen effects in the ships themselves or tnll
their equipment, which need to be remedied. All this seems to throw Up
Into strong contrast the wisdom of
Britlan's naval policy which keeps
several fleets ready to go anywhere
and do anything on a few hours'
notice.
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As time goes on it seems more m 1
more probable that if Roosevelt, refuses to succeed himself, he will be
succeeded by Bryan. The Taft boom
drags heavily as Pharoh's chariot
wheels, and the only "favorite son"
who appears to have the qualities
which would appeal to the people���
Hushes, of N'ew York���is little known
outside his own state, and refuses to
he "boomed." In these circumstani e :.
as it may be taken for granted that
the mass of the people wil! demand
a strong man whose tendencies���what-,
ever his label may be���are democratic,
Bryan wouW be almost sure to win. ���
Against Roosevelt, as we read the
signs of the times, neither Bryan mr
any other man would have a chance.
TA ID YOU ever hear a man���a man whom you
*** could believe, say that he bought a pair of
Shoes here that did not give satisfaction? If
you did, did you ever hear him say that we
refused to make it satisfactory, whether the fault
was his or ours? Did you ever hear a man say that
he bought a pair of shoes here and found out later
that he could have bought as good shoes elsewhere
for less money?
Never!
Shoes That Fit and Fit You Perfectly are the kind
We Sell
We'll be pleased to show you the best Shoes
that money can buy anywhere.
See Our Windows for Saturday Prices
JOHNSTON'S
 BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
ADAMS y DEA1
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We have an
Improved Doable Corner
I    On the car line, with two houses thereon, drawing
$32 per month, which can be had for
$4,500.00
I BOURNE y GORDO!
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
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PACIFIC  M^AT
MARKET. ,_
R.  j.   McMENEMV
Columhia *L
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New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
Advertising Cuts
of every description, for any
purpose. Designs and Estimates free.
Chas.   ti.    Rawson
Room 4, 165 Cordova Street W.,
VANCOUVER,   B.   C
Also orders taken for PHnting.
Hides Wante*
At the
fraser River Tann*
Highest Lash Price
paii H. SMITH
I.H.SMITH
he Cash Stores
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Inexcelled Linen
juying Linens at SMITH'S means
MONEY SAVED
We have prepared for this Big
jnen event by laying in splendid
ttocks of dependable qualities before the recent heavy advance in
ill Linens.
)n Table Cloth, for instance, we are
offering Special Inducements
il  heavy qualitj   pure dou :������ Damaal   Linen, borders all
Iround. ������     mi  patterns, plain or polka dol i  aires, borders of ro
Ihamrock, li11 i<��� -^. Bhamrock,    ta .������   chrysanthemums    or
ilorai and other r :���. . lesigns;   Blzes  2 yar Is  by
t>j   :;. au ! 2  yar le  bj    ���'...
e Cloths, regular $4.50, tor   53.40 each
���  i  Cloths, regular $5.50, for  $4.15 eac'-i
Cloths, regular $6.50, tor  $4.30 each
Cloth and half dozen Napkins to mai        pecial ..$5.75 set
Cloth and balf dozen Napkins to match,     i   la'.  ..$6.50 set
IBrasiitehed cloth ,'inc1 one dozen  Napkins to match, fines! quality.
   $14.00 to $25.00 per se.
[.'       . iss Cloth, red or . lu ���  checks,  extra  heavy,   anil    every
'ire Max, at exact!    wholesale price, or  14c yd.
���  i   eh  Hotel Towels, red or   fane)   Damask   borders;     per
doiei   $1-30
. .  ch Heavy Huck T iwels, plain or ll. 8. ends;  very *\u'-
tlozen  . .j_^|_^^H^______^___________________________	
CITY NEWS
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Mrs. j.  McDonald is leaving New
Westminster tor  Chicago on   Monday
Dext.
The Lutheran church services tomorrow will be held iu the I. O. O. P.
hall ui three o'clock in the afternoon,
ths Rev. II. A. Band officiating.
Monsoon tea, to cents per packet)
nt the Home of Plenty,   2bb   Front
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The subject of Sunday's sermons at
Ihe Olivet Baptist church will be���
I Morning, "Walking in Christ"; eve-
ning, "Halt-Baked feople."
Today we will _>*ill China tea cups
and saucers for $1.2fi per dozen; this
. - a snap.    Adams Ai. Dean... v7*
Owen Burdett returned yesterday
trom Portland., where ha hail been
spending a week's holiday visiting
relatives. He was accompanied by
bis children on the trip south,
Dr. T. ll.
club buileliu.
Levey,  dflotist,  Crescent
, Columbia street.
The Ladles' Aid societj of the Lutheran church will hold its annual
bazaar Ln the Eagles' hall this evening. A cordial Invitation to attend
i - ' ..ten led to the general public.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone' T. Davies &
Son, B- 208. ***
A young man named  Fritz, employ
ed  in tne   factory  at  the   Royal   City '
Planing  mills,  received   a   bad  injury!
to one of his  hands  yesterday  while
working   about   the   machinery.     He.
was taken to the oflice of Drs. Hall 62 '
Rothwell, where temporary treatment
was given, after which he was taken
to the Roys) Columbian hospital. The
band  was found to be badly crushe I,
but, not permanently  injured.
John Oliver, M.LA. for Delta, was
informed yesterday evening that. ���-
herd of cattle, twenty-two strong, had
been Impounded early in the day by
R. H. Ban, N'ew Westminster's rouudr
er-up of stray bovines. M r. Oliver
was strongly suspected of being the
owner, and admitted the impeachment
when questioned. He will arrive lit
the city today with a sizey wad which
he will hand over to Mr, lleitl, who in
return will release the cattle from ;
custody.
The fire department had a run yes- j
terday evening to a house at the cor- j
ner Of   Merrivule   and   Agnes   streets,!
tenanted  by   Mr.   Burnett,     where    a j
chimney  fire had broken out.     The
damage  was  slight,  only  one  extinguisher being  required   to subline  the
outbreak.    This was the first call for
the'  lire  brigade  since Sept.   I,  when
Lhe     Royal   City   Shingle   mill     was
burnt, now eight weeks ago, and terminated the longest interval between
outbreaks in the city tor many years
past.
The Rev, .1. S.Henderson will preach
���row  at   Sl.  Aiulivwri church  on  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
the    following    subjectr;     Morning, |    At a meeting of the Carpenters'uni-
torn    Christ    Praised";    evening, on |lej,| ou Thursday evening, Thomas
Whom    Christ    Praised";
'The Sanctiflcation of a Daily
cation."
Provo-
Turnbul]   was  officially   appointed tj
represent   that   body   at   the   monster
We sell Perfect Baking Powder, 36c 1masa meetlnS whloh is to be held in
per tin, at the Good Cheer Store, 255 jthis cit>'  ��* Thursday evening next,
��� when it is proposed to form an anti-
Asiatic league. Mr. Turnbull has long
Charley Creighton, youngest son of heen an opponent of Asiatic immlgra-
.1. W. Creighton. was yesterday pre- tion, and will be called upon to pub-
senrted with the gold medal donated i licly express his views next week,
by Mayor Keary for the boy securing | when he will take a stand that Will
the highest  marks at the recent ex-j commend itself to all   who favor a
"White Canada."
Hand  Sapolio for
Sons, Front street.
sale
at Kyle &
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The county court will endeavor to
decide on Tuesday, November 12,
whether E. Nygrew, a Finn, lent his
Vim cannot  afford to pass your home store.   Our stock3 nre the
and emr values have never    been    beaten!      COME    AND
SEE
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T. H. SMITH
267271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
aminations for general proficiency.
Bristo soap for cleaning and ltolisn-
ing knives, etc., 10c per paceket, at
the Good Cheer Store, 235 Front St. **
The Columbian college football team
and  the Intermediates   from  Queen's
school, Vancouver, will play a match ; brother,   G. A.   Nygrew,  the  sum   ri'
in   Queen's park    today, commencing I ^20 <and  has bad  no  return for tha
promptly at I p. m.   The match will same.   The case was listed for hear-
end al 2:15 to make way for the sen- ing at the present session of the coun-
iers. Ity court, but owing to the pressure ot
"         .    ,,,          ,    ,      ,. ,,     ,     i; ('business, the case was yesterday set
Fresh Alberta butter, 3 lbs. for $1,1.,    ���~ _.  ,   ,__....,__       ���,T    ,
at Kyle &. Son, Front Sl. *** I
| down  for a  special  hearing.      W.  J.
Whiteside is acting  for the  plaintiff,
There  has  been an advance in the land A. C. Brydone-Jack is conducting
price of rye whisky, equal to about 25 : lhe case  for the defendant.
RUNNING   FOR THE  FIRKMEN
Is  a pretty |>oor  way  of    protecting
your self from loss by fire.    The only
sane  method of avoiding loss ;.* to
PROCURE FIRK IXSK RANCH.
We represent the best, soundest and
(sirefll companies in the country.    Let
I us   write   you  a   policy   toelay.      The
cost is but little, the protection gr^tt.
An ounce of foresight is worth a ton
of regret.
In GLOVES nothing more
popular than Dent's famous
make.
Dogskin, Walking and Driving Gloves���
$1.25.  $1.50.  $1.75. $2.  to  $4.
Gloves for dress occasions���
$175,  |2,00.
Pirn's   Dish   Poplin     Scarfs,
just fresh from the Emerald
Isle���very swell.
A rich lot of them���
The very height of fashion���
50 and 75 cents.
HiDeBeck
The Gentlemen's Store
Opposite Post Office
New Westminster, B. C.
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE  INSURANCE  AGE.tTS
1.1)0   Columbia    St.
Wi'Stminster^l^^^^^B B. C.
Look Up
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Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
i OPP. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone B278
rOOKSLETS
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Well Known
Souvenir
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY .NKWS
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-mt
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's Cigar  Divan
tw Advertise the town we live i:i 1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to your
friends-
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cents on the case, or on the draught I
[goods about ten cents a gallon,   ft has I
I not  yet  been   decided   whether there
j shall  be  any  advance    in the  retail
; price.
Wliat about that endowment policy
;in the Mutual Life of Canada?   It will
S i>ay you to see S. W. Bodley at 260
Columhia St.   This is the solid Com-
: pany.
At  a  whist  party given on Thurs-
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For all kinds or cat nowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
Harold .larvis, Canada's famous
tenor, will give a concert under the
fcusptces of Columbian college at
Queen's Avenue Methodist church on
the evening of Friday, November 1
Mr. .larvis will be assisted by Mrs.
Anna Watson-Bewell, soprano, of Toronto, and Miss Bellamy, graduate of
the Boston school of expression and
jd.iy evening by Mrs. ,1. Insley, of the oratory. The principal attraction,
Colonial hotel, the ..rst prizes were Harold .larvis, has a continental repn-
won by Mrs. I. McDonald and T. Y. tation, and his name on the program
Cunning ton, of Manchester, England,, will undoubtedly have the effect of
while the booby awards went to Mrs. drawing all lovers of song to the cou-
Baker and J. Haulier. cert   building on Friday evening.
Fine dairy farm of 100 acres, best' After the presentation of "Tennes-
I black soil; "part underdrained. House see's Partner' ' at the local Opera
! and  small barn;   only    eight    miles house   on   Monday  and
\ FOR
.FURNITURE.
Carpets,   Linoleums,  Oilcloths, Window Shades, Pictures and
Picture Frames, Go Carts.    Lace  Curtains, Portiers,  Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Sheets,  Pillow Cases, Blankets,    Etc.
It will pay you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK '
TEL.   73. COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMINSTER, B.C
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160 Acres, good land, good timber, |
$15.00 an acre.   Terms.
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DIAMOND & CORBOULD
RESIDENT AGENTS.
German  American Fire Ins. Co.  and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
DOMINION  TRUST BLOCK. ���
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An Easy Mark
h the West End we have listed ten lots at the
following prices and terms.
[       4  Lots $200 each orJ650jorj!^i:
6  Lots $225 each orJll^JslilgJ--
\ ^ will sell you the bunch for $1800, One-half cash,
balance, 6 and 12 months.   These lots are
great values and elegantly stmateci.
��z.��QD, MARK & CO.
Th  t         i      , /        r *             New Westminster
_ ">e tarm Land Specialists,    ���    "ew 	
! from New Westminster; good road.
' Hor short time at $70 per acre. Ah-
, ixttt. & Hyde, next Guichon hotel, New
Westminster, 13. C.
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Ai   -:U"e  o'clock  this  afternoon,  at
1 Queen ri park, the RoverB Eootball
1 team  will  kick-off In their scheduled
match with the Westham island/team.
The local  line-up has  heen  cnangel
considerably from last Saturday's el-
even and a good game should result jyMm^ Vancouver aml  New Wes.
if the new hands come up to the pre- ; mlnstei._an(, wi��� conUmle playlng ,n
l'lu'""llb' this city two nights a week as in the
Now  is your chance to secure tho l,ast-    Tlle company has been rehear-
of   the  15-acre   plots   in   best s'n^
Tuesday ot
next week, the Rambeau and Esmond
Dramatic company will leave New
Westminster tor a six weeks' tour on
the western Cort circuit, which will
embrace Bellingham, Everett, Seattle,
Tacoma, Spokane, and several otbe
Washington cities. After completing
this tour, the company, which in the
meantime will have been strengthened by the addition of reputable -totoi -,.
will  resume its  three-cities  circuit
Mr. Employer
promise  a theatrical
patrons
Tennessee's Partner" for several
choice  of   the iu-acre   p.ois   ju   w ���
j frult growing district of13. (ri, only 15 1]onse
!mimltes' walk iron, R.R. Station and next week,
steamboat   landing,   and    one hours..
I travel to either Westminster or Van-1 Mr. .larvis is the flrst man who his
couver Price |60 an acre and up; by sung at the Ladles' choral. His ap-
-Vhbott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel.    , pearance spelled success for him both
,: physically aud  vocally.     He is cer-
who  passed f_,_,��� ,u_ ,., 4 t	
A  resident of Vernon
tainly the biggest tenor who has sung
through the city yesterday on his way ;]- e ^ man., gea,ons    Ke stanas sU
to Victoria, reported considerable excitement   in  the Okanagan town,  re-
j suiting from tbe discovery of gold in
| paying quantities. The gold was first
I discovered hy a well sinker, who was
digging within the city limits. Dr.
McDonald,, of Vernon, is actively in-
terested in the find, and has sent
samples of the ore to the government
as sayer,
Bulbs,    hyacinths,    tulips,    crocus,
; chrysanthemums in pots.     j
1 head, florist,  Seventh avenue.
feet two, with a voice in proportion,
which he handles with wonderful
skill. His singing was characterized
by good tasle and 'showed every evidence of perfect training, culture and
control. In quality it is rich anil mellow. His songs in German, French, j
Italian an 1 English won him generous
applause and were highly artistic.���
St. Louis (Mo.) Republic. Harold
.larvis is to be the central attraction
Muir- at the Queen's Avenue church concert
���*��� ,on Nov. 1,
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WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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bubonic plague is   McQUARRIE   &   O
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Four Deaths Attributed to
Dread Disease���Measures
Taken to Prevent Spread.
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Boys' Rubber Coats, $3.00 the
Coat.
Boys Shower-proof Coats, $5.50,
$6.50 and $8.00 the Coat.
Boys  Warm Overcoats, #5.00,
$5.50, and $6.00 the Coat.
Boys' Caps. 25c, 50c, and 75c
the Cap.
Boys' Black Sou Westers, 35c
each.
Boys' Umbrellas.
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When conversation lags while entertaining
friends at your home during the winter evenings, just call upon the
Edison Phonograph
For a Song, Recitation or
Dialect Patter.
The Graphaphone combines all musical Instruments into a small compass���you may not be
able to buy a grand piano, but [there is no
excuse for having a home without music.
We have thousands of Records for you to
choose from, and you are welcome to listen to
any selection at our store before buying.
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New Westminsters Music House
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Seattle, Oct. 25.���The discovery last
evening that four more deaths from
bubonic plague have occurred in this
��� city lias aroused the authorities to
undertake heroic measures to prevent
further spread of the dread disease.
Ernest V. Oaborn, u member of the
police force, whose beat was In that
part of the Oriental quarter where ihe
flrsl case occurred, died October 13,
the attending physician certifying that
!the cause of death  was typhoid linen-
I nionia.
j Five days later the assistant undertaker who officiated at the funeral of
I Oaborn, died of what the physician
diagnosed aa quick pneumonia
l.ydia M. Osborn, a sister of the
first white victim, died the following
day, October 19, after an illness of
only twenty-four hours, and another
sister,  Agnes  Osborn,  died  hist  night
j���all   of the  same  disease,  now  pro-
j nounced  bubonic plague.
|    Dr, White,   the   government  phyBl-
.cian in Charge of the situation here,
informed the hoard of health last evening that he.was satisfied bubonic
plague   w.ts   the   real   cause  of  these
I deaths, hut a chemical examination re-
i (Hilling at least four days will be made
Ito settle all  doubts.
Osborn's funeral was attended by a
platoon of police. As in all the other
cases except  that  of  the  sister who
���died last night, the body was buried
instead of being cremated.    Hundreds
: of persons have been exposed, and it
, is reported that several other deaths
\ occurring within the past week may
ibe traceable to this source.
Conditions   are   considered   serious.
I The   board   of  health   has  appointed
; a number of assistants who will im-
; mediately inaugurate a radical clean-
I up campaign.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
I-ots 2,
ie, it, is,
:, 4, 5,
ir��. '2n.
:��, 10, 12, 13,
%l, 66, 71. 7.
I I,  I-
74 I
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
d room house on Hamilton Street,
all modern improvements- One lot
from car line; lot 60x182- l'rice $1400,
$600 casb, balance In monthly payments.
8 room house, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton- Price $2700. |1000 cash,
balance on time.
1C0 acres, less ?,y. for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all botU.ni land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
sufflcieni feed for about 3(10 head of
Stock, l'rice $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. tq suit purchaser. One mile
from station on  new car line.
I��t 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; tull size $icoo.
'ril
Full sited Lot on 4th at .1.,
at     ra i ,, *l th*
of Regina St., b   .. , ��� -,,h ,'
avenues, west . ,:��� ���f ^   '
1 $400;  half cash,
4  Lots    88x132 each,   ^h,
\ 18th street.   $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES   on , lot, k,...v
roon    "i 1 kit, ben.
kitchen am
"i"-th!rel C1,k
Sapperton;
shwl ami  I  roon
shed.   $1000 each, ���
ance easv.
160  ACRES  alxmt  two   miles   from   |.;   U  Sect. Te
77.58 ACIM-.s.  black leeam
ploughed and < ������!. jy��jj
"ti.-HiJ
��  oece. ;,.    $75 pcr acre, ������, ,j
Aldergrove  station,   HO   acres   cleared ; Cash, one-third   . i.: ,,-.y
and partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn   months,
ami stable.   l'rice $16 per acre; 11760
cash, balance to be arranged. . ' [f���' '~ 'v'- '"'">< ��U��J
4 lots cleared, small house cheJ
1% ACRKS, ��lock 9, Lot No. 2, DlHi. hdiise. 175 chick.-..-; fenced,'taj
Ix)t 8;  south side of the  river, near price $1500, $11  . , :,
,*  acres ,and next to Royal UaK i bridge.    $300;   half cash. g  ^^
8  LOTS,  I8��xl��8, N-W.  corner of ^   ](;    ..,,,���,...   ,���,,��� *
10th Btreet   and    St. Andrews.    Price wd   ,���,,���,.������   foad
$1050; half cash.
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Large Game
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A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pander St., Opp.  Orphtum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
Montreal   Exemptions.
Montreal,   Oct.  24.���A   report  coni-
| pleted at the City Hall to-day shows
jthat property is exempted from paying
I real estate assessments to the City for
jthe current year to   the    amount   of
I fifty-four million dollars.  Never in the
history of the city  were  the exemptions so large.    The figures show that
during the past three years exemption-.
have increased by fully twelve million
dollars.       Last     year's    exemptions
amounted to $50,350,196.
Mail Service
Dispatched by C P. R. train at 8::;.')
a. in.; close 8 a. in.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   except  Suu-
;day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily  except
j Sunday.    Mails Received at G:;;."> p.m.
| Dispatched  by B. C. Electric railwaj
Co., 7:45 a. m.:
Vancouver, No.  1,  dailyexcept Sundays.   Return mail received 9 a. m.
; Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Port  Kells,
���! Hazelmere,   Hall's   Prairie,    Bon   Ac-
; cord,  Blaine  and   Seattle   (all   points
j in   Washington   and   south,    also   all
I points  in eastern  states),    daily  ex-
I cept Sunday.    Return mails received
i at :'::.0 p. m.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Saturdays. Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway,
10:30 a. m.:
Vancouver No. 2;  Victoria, No. 1;
Central   Park,   daily  except  Sunday
Return mail received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier . :!:00 noon:
Timberland, Tuesdays( and Fridays.
Return malls received Tuesdays and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. iboat 1:30 p.m.
.daily   (closes  daily at  the  same
time during winter months
Ladner,    Westham    Island,
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sunbury.   daily
except Sunday.   Return mails received from 9 a. m. to 11 a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3; Victoria, No. 2;
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
m.; dally execept Sunday. Return
mails received at C p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    at
2 p. m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, 4 p. m.:
To southern points, dally except
Sunday. Return mail 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
m., mall closes at ri30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. east, second mail). Return mail
received at 1  p. m,
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
i Coqultlam, daily except Sunday. Re-
1 turn mall received at 1 p. m.
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
Stump on it, now in grass, 2N hearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn, 6-
room house and harn and large chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; near to school and tram;
all fenced. Price $3500-. Terms $1500
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 60x132 ft., S. y_ of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth Btreet 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 an.l
lean too 32x14; granary
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
roomed   house-;   parlor, diningi
2 lots on 8th St. between   5th and '��� kitchen and tl  he.1 rooms; p]u
6th Ave. oo east side;  full sized, OCx.ed;  conservatory 30 or 40 feet I
132;  Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;   well; stable;
15   bearing  fruit   trees; consider
stock ready to plain out; 2 skepb
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
_wwuuu
160 acres. 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on 18th street, between 7th and 8th avenues.
2 houses corner of
Merrlval and
10x10; two Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush tlosets and all con-
shed 20x30; small milk house, small i nected with sewers. Price $3,500.
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing (Cash $2,000. balance in 6, 12 and 18
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price \ months at 7 %.
5 acres cleared, light timber on |
! mainlng acre; all fenced; t.;
i from school.   Price $3000; halti
ba). In 6 months at 7 per cent.
1   Ixit  88x132, 4th avenue, l)t.|
$8C0 cash.
3 LOTS,    5, C & 7,   full sized I
| cleared, upper side of ".Lh A venae, j
| tween 1st and 2nd Streets.  Pricef
! each.
j    4 LOTS, 2 lots from ht Street i
| 6th Avenue on soutb side, No. 35,1
37 & 38, full size.    Price $1100forf
four, or $300 each; balf casb.
Double    tenement  bouse, Ith A|
1st and 2nd St.;  1 lot.   Price $1,7
cash half and balf In G months at.
Rents for $10 each tenant.
$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.
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
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%.
Lots 14  and  15 of 1 of 6    of    /4
(cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
House and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, ll/_ storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property Is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with tbe
property at a snap.
40 acres '�� section 14, N. ^ of Rl
of Tn.,2, about 8 miles from briijM
Haworth road, Surrey;   bouse In
1V4 storey house. 3 rooms linlsbeJ,J
.    ,   , .,.�� ��   other 3 can be added upstairs; t
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent shack.  1%  acres t,k,m.j M(j w
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of With clover, red; fairly easilydj
o     ��� ���     o ���      __o-��__. 1  o _.���_,i_   i.oi    0ne   m"e   from   shingle mill.  I
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, bal-  $1(200;    temg ha,j ,.15h, v,;ilaBj
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months at 7 <7_>.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub. Blockl
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on 132x132 corner 100 feet square; tl
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located ln a commmandlng jC0 gE   ^ of Section 26, Disl, 1
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot  of if) acres,partly cleared: Kanaka crej
Fifth street.   Two and oue half-storey running through; good road; one I
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered) J^^Va at'�� ".J?
All   modern conveniences;    hot   and ner worth $7 per acre; cellar andf
cold   water,   bath,   flush  closet,  lava- 4 miles    from    Port    Haney.
tory,  electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot WOO; terms $1,100 cash, Wance
ranged.
houses drawing $28 per month. Pf|
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and |
months.
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.
60x132, with lane In rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
caah, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Ounns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken    house,    175    choice! **- 3rd Am, second lot from Qu��*"|
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash. ]**������'<    B2x122 teet- a11 cleared;'"
,.,���-. I alongside and back.     Price  W
Lots 16  17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price  ha,f ca���h( ba]ance ea8y at 7 '
Large lot and two cottages on (
lumbia street, Sapperton.  Both ren|
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey House
full  size lot,  situated nortb side
Royal avenue and corner of McKim
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot
cold water, closet;  woodshed; youi
bearlg  fruit trees;   streets on tli
Sides;   fine view.    Price $1,800.1!
caah.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Q����j
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, com-
Port''- Drl8lng some ot the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
$2."0; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.   Single lots at cash.
$500 for tl ree or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent. [
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be- j
tween Fourth and Merrivale; 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; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, comer of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No. 310.���9-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; % cash,
balance 3. and 6 months at 7 %.
150 acres improved land, buildfn!
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale!
all under cultivation, $15,009. M
can handle this, don't delay; I'M
bargain; terms can he arranged.
��"For the above  rour properties
special price will be made to one P'
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th Bt, between4!
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 *��� I
bedrooms upstairs, and bath ro 1
down stairs; parlor, dining room, 1
chen and pantry. Full sized lot r 1
ning back to Ash St. Price W I
$1,500 casi. balance at $500 per
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth WjJ
No.   312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath j north 6ide between First and &
room, Agnes SL     Price $2,500;   \_   streets, No. 5, 6 and 7.   Price     ���
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.   I each or $1100 for the three.
160 acres, Westmlnstnr district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co*v
stables, three ln all, stable 8 cows and
2 spah horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
bouse made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lift
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at
per cent.
Full sized lot, north side ofJJJjl
llton street between Sixth and r-- 1
streets; $226.
38 acres on   Mara roaj^wnjj
$160 an acre   FOR   A FBTO
ONLY.   One-quarter cash, osiw
and 2 years at 7 %���
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street sm""l
Side of 4th avenue.   Price $200
Block 12 cm 12th Bt,,��gt ������,J,
full sized lots.   Price $2,600, on
caah, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
11 13.
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4.lots on Fifth Street, --     h
Sub. 15, 8. Blk. 13.     ��3*V*,  .>.!
cash, balance 6 months at 1 k If you are a busy man���
You will appreciate "Fashion-Craft" Tailoring
wS??^tl0n 0i',Muaster Cu8tom TailoiS
IIT , /'u.e y?u ciothes the ef^al in every
���?eC\��f ^i^est price custom made
garments-without the custom tailors delay.
Imported English Worsteds
from the best mills,   froc AA
all fall weights.,..',   $Z5.()()
.���      DE    BEoK     Proprietor,  NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
l^ffi&jFmWOBEfi*-*^^
W.  E.   FALE'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
pioneer Furniture and House Fuml Wngs  Dealer,   Funeral
md Embalmer, ami l will sell you  mythlngln mylinecheaB
Ive you Letter value than yoi i get In any other place
Ij the ell f.   Try me.
Wall  Papers in endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums  from 45c up. Curtain Stretches, the  best  made, $2.25  per    set.       Cnrpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pre-
arrebulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kin Is ef job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason-
iiiul satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving daily.
: ilu- block and am still doing business in tin; same place
iad ::i the same old wa;..
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Ne-w Wtrtmlnitsr,  B.C
H STEW ARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK,    NEW WESTMINSTER
MAGNATES COMBINE
TO CONTROL PANIC
_�����"
Multi-Millionaires, Fearing
Result of Wall Street
Tangle,  Contribute Coin.
Westminster Iron Works
QKNISRAL MACI1INI-. AND I'J.NUINR
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, mauuu. and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   including
fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence ln
New York, Oct. 25.���A "Trust of
the Trusts" has heen formed durin:;
tbe pasl twenty-lour hours. Morgan
is at the head of the new combination, which represents more capital
ami bigger Interests than have been
gathered into one mass in all the B-
nanctal history of the world. All the
leading trust and financial institutions of the United Suites are repre-
tented, and the affairs ol the new Institution have been placed ln tbe hands
of i committee which win 1khi.Hi; all
the affairs of the combination, and
determine jusi the amouni ol capital
which each member shall place in tbe
pool.
Tl..- Morgan pool broughl a sum of
money amounting to aboul (25,000,000
wiih tbem io tbe Loan corner ot the
exchange, where it wns quickly distributed In such lots as would be mosl
effective in rendering support. The
aggregate amouni ol money wbicb had
been contributed In order to weather
the sie.n.i and restore confidence as-
a imed truly colossal prop irtions,
Roughly estimated it Includes $-ri-
000,000 which Secretary Cortelyou de
posited in New York banks. $25,000,-
0o which the Morgan pool broughl
In lhe- llnor of lhe slock exchange,
110,000,000 which John D. Rock ifeller
deposited with the Union Trust company as a means of stemming the
tide as the Trusi Company of America
and finally $30,000,000, which it is understood Mr. Rockefeller stood ready
in advance- to help any further stress
of conditions, in all considerable ln
i xcess of $100,000,000.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
5Ited.
ERIAL
FLOUR
JOHN REID,
BEQBlE ttTHJUJ-U'.
.-"ilnrt,
f. O.  474
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
FRONT STREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
LAND  REGISTRY ACT.
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FOR SALE..... \
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
deliver to any part of the city.
Re lots 5 and 0, of block 2, subdivision of parts of section 30, block 5,
north range 2,west New Westminster
district. Whereas proof of the loss
Of certificate of title number 13979 a,
issued in the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed in this
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at  the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the s,aid certificate . unless in the meantime valid
objetion be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles, j
���^���^������������������������������^���������������^���������������������������������������������^���*****^  Land   registry office,   New Westmia-
 .   ��� ~ '     =      ster, B. C., Sept. 16, 1907.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
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��� B U UUR T I IN*
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points Bast and South
Leave 9:20 a. m , 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars. Dining Cars.  Standard Sleeper^
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
APPLICATIONS   WANTED.
Phone 194.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER. P. C.
Agt��� Seattle, Wash.
Applications will be received by tbe ���
un lerslgned up to 4 p. m, of Monday, |
the 28th Inst., for the position of City
i Assessor.      Duties   to   commence on
|Nov, 1st. 1907,
W. A. DUNCAN, "City Clerk.
j    city  Hall, Nev.  Westminster,
October 24, 1907.
LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Re Lots 1 to 9 (inclusive) of n portion of Lot 94, Group 1, Map 440, New
Westminster district.
I    Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 15715a, issued
I in the name of Peter Latham,    has
! Veen filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
iat the expiration of one month from
I the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said cer-
Iflcate, unless in the meantime valid
.riection be made to me in writing.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westmln-
| ster, B. C, Oct. 24, 1907.
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Timber Notices
New  Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford,
Of Hammond, B. C., occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands: In New Westminster district,
commencing at a post plauted at the
north east corner of Timber Limit No.
suOu, New Westminster Dist., tnence
south SO chains, east HO chains, north
SO chains, and west SO chains, to point
of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, l'J07.
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands on Texada Uiand. Commencing
at a post planted at the south west
corner of lot 15, thence south SO
chains east SO chaius, north SO chains,
and west SO caains to poiut of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4, 1907.
3. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special Timber
License over the following described
lands.
Commenc: ng at a post planted at
the south west corner of Timber Limit 9828, thence west 80 chains, aorth
80 chains, east 80 chains, and south
SO chains to point of commencement.
October 4, 1907.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Pord, agent.
4. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to appply for a special Timber
License over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit No. 9828, thence south SO cnains.
west SO chains, north 80 chains, and
east 80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
October 4, 1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady.
Intends to apply ror a special Timber
license over the following described
lands.
Commencing at a  post  planteei  at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9827, thence south 80 chains, west
80 c iatns, north 80 chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4, 1907.
6. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
lady, intends to apply for a special
license over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south 80 chains, west
80 chains, north 80 chains, and east
80 chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
Per S, H. Ford, Agent.
October 4. 1907.
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster  !
PABST   MALT
The Great Tonfc
35c a Bottle or 3 for $1.00, at
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
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JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
RIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS. Ltd
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i We Have Got Them Now
Just to hand from THE OLD COUNTRY a large consignment
of beat tlful colored warm-lined Slippers. YOU SHOULD SEE
THEM. The variety is pleasing and attractive, while the prices a*e
suprisingly MODERATE.
Again we have just taken out of bond a very select consignment of the famous Dick Waterproof Boots. .Boys* for School Wear,
Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather. For dry, warm feet
try the Dick Boot.   Only at , i
The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St.;
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J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Columbia Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OE MEAT
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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5 FINE LOTS
f,0xJ32 5o 20 foot lane and fronting on a 66 foot street, close to
hot* Vancouver and Westminster city car lines; all stashed; good
rich soil; graded streets. Price $200 each; terms $25 cash, balance
$10 jier month. These are the only lots left in this district at anything like  these prices. _^
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WJ.KERR.I
WINDSOR SALT���ought to
coat more ��� *o pure, tne, well-
favoured. Goes furthei, too. But
not a cent dearer.
Mi
TWO HOBOES HOLDUP
A FREIGHT TRAIN
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH AND   MERCANTILE  $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON     13,085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION OF  LONDON        12,166,666
LONDON  AND LANCASHIRE    12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND  GLOBE       9,733,333
NORWICH UNION        5,333,333
��� Gun Pointers Secure Small
Sum and Scurry Away���
Bill Miner Not Suspected.
Sawmill For Kamloops.
Another sawmill is [<> be erected at
K/jmloops. The men behind the enterprise are fully capable of operating on a large scale. Timber limits
from which to draw a IttPfly of logs
have been gradually and quietly acquired and though nothing definite
may lie done ln the way of mill construction for a few months. Kam-
loopg will Iii all probability have a,
third mill running next summer,
TOTAL   $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not neces sary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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VV/E are opening
** another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurltourt Papeteries
High class goods.
J.J. MACKAY y COS
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STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS        |
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Uns Angeles, Oct. 26.���Three armed
men last night held up B freight train
within live mili's of this city, wounded one of the train crew, robbed them
of |260 and two watches, and made
their escape.
The train was a suburban freight
bound   for New  Alnambra.      It ls hi>-
lievad thai the robbera boarded it before it started from the yards. The
engineer, fireman and head brakeman
were In the cab when their assailants
climbed over the box cars and covered theni with revolvers and ordered
them to throw ap their hands.
While one of the robbers remained
on the oil tank of the locomotive,
holding a revolver in each hand, two
accomplices searched Fireman Ma*-
thew Brady, Engineer Ward Holmes
and Brakeman .1. W. Woolsman, taking all their money and the watches
carried by Brady and Holmes.
Brady objected at first to raisin'?
his hands and afterward lowered them
The robber on the oil tank fired the
aullet striking the fireman in one of
his hands. Near Dolgeville, the engineer was ordered to slow down, and
the robbers, one after the other, jumped from the engine and disappeared
in tne darkness.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And  can  aave you  50  per  tent
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C
510 Richards St., Phone 2125
For Home Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portla_nd in 1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest award on the first
ballot, and if there had been aay higher prize offered the Monarch Range
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
���Phone   105.
IT'S FINE!!
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Every Week Day.     Music
Afternoon and Evening
'Phone 3465
Pickard
China
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
STUDIO, CHICAGO, OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT OF PICKARD HAND
PAINTED CHINA.
ELEVEN APPOINTMENTS
GAZETTED THIS WEEK
His honor the lieutenant governor
in council has been pleased to make
the following appointments, to be
notaries public for the province of
British Columbia:
Alexander Maclean, of Duncan, V.I.,
barrister at law, esquire.
Daniel Clifford Reid, of the city of
Victoria, esquire.
Wllbert Frank Armstrong, of Heroit
���jay, VaJdez island, esquire.
Alexander McLeod. of the city of
Vanoouver, esquire, to be a commissioner for taking affidavits in the
supreme court, for the purjwse ef
acting under the "Provincial Elections Act," in the Vancouver city electoral district Such appointment will
expire on the lllst day of December,
1907.
Donald J. McDonald, M. D., esquire,
to be resident physician at Nobles,
Portland canal, from the 1st day of
July, 1907.
Ewen McLeod, of Clayoquot, V. I.,
to be a provincial police constable
from 1st November, 1907.
Frederick William Valleau, of Hazel-
ton, esquire, to be mining recorder for
the Ominea mining division.
George Donald McKay, of the city
of Vancouver, to be acting forest
ranger from 1st October, 1907.
Arthur Henry Bowden, of the town
of Golden, to be a provincial police
constable, at Field, from the 1st day
of November, 1907.
George A. Shade, of Port Essington,
to be a deputy mining recorder for the
Skeena river mining division, with
sub-recording office at Port Essington,
from the 1st day of November, 1907.
Cecil Baker, of Ganges Harbor, to
'be a deputy game warden, for Salt
Spring island.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
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50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM tf A.M.    TO   11  P.M. A�� U��ual
Gun Play at Keremeos.
Vernon, Oct. 25.���A shooting affray
took place in Keremeos yesterday afternoon. Trouble of some Standing
culminated in the shooting of Jack
Neil by Clarence Hume. It is not
known just what the trouble was.
From latest accounts the shooting is
likely to result fatally. Chief of Provincial Police Simmonds left for th?
scene of the tragedy immediately on
receipt of the news.
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Pocket
Knives
See  our   line   of this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price. On
this basis we save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
Ladies!
NOW is the  time to begin your Py-
rography work for Xmas presents.
Plenty  of
WOOD TO  BURN
-AT-
We Invite You
 TO OUR	
I Thanksgivin
Linen Dispta
tern
Ins
MOREVS
217-219 Columbia St.
Chiiliwack Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and ll nder cultivation, or ln meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); Urge
barn, etc.; situated 2% miles from to wn on flrst class road.   The land produced 3V& tons of hay per acre this   year and other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS  FOR  ITSELF.
Price $9500.00 Easy  Terms
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A bright, cheerful showing 01
snowy white Linens of every des
cription takes place throughout ouu
main store
During the Next Ten Days
We have now in stock the largest assortmenl
of Staple and Fancy Linens that we have ev]
purchased.
To show to all lovers of nice Linens (and whj
does not appreciate such),   that we have the mosl
comprehensive range ever seen in New Westminst*
is our reason for extending this invitation.
You will find the goods displayed in every
ceivable space���in the Windows, on the LedgesJ
Counters, Show Cases, Linens, etc.
Realizing, also, that between now and Christ-I
mas thousands of people in New Westminster and'
vicinity will be looking for Christmas presents, we
feel confident that this  exceptional  display will|
result in our mutual benefit.
To fully realise the importance of this di'sp.,.
just take a walk through our store during the next]
ten days. Any information we can give will bel
gladly given.   Ask about any want you have in
Table Damask, Table Sets, Napkins,
Drawn Linens, of every description;!
Teneriffe Pieces, Doylies, Embroidery and Round Thread Linens, fori
fancy work; Handkerchiefs, Towels,
Towelings, Aprons, in fact every
article of Linen for household use.
That we have the goods you will need now or l
later on we feel sure. As to prices, we leave you |
to judge.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
LEADERS IN MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, - ��� New Westminster |
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NEW  WESTMINSTER.  I.  C.
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