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 fhite, Shiles & Co.
FiRE INSURANCE
,EVV ESTMINSTER, B.C
,,/.       tive Asseo
P 121908
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
U/^.,, l-e��isl*i(ire .Library.
Phone,85
���1 ER,  B.   C,   THOBSDA i
'RN1NG    SEPTEMBER  le
FIVE CEN rs P     ' .
io m mm prisoners
HERD M NIGHT BY POLICE
otnes   Operative  in   Consequence of Murray Case
j Citj Council Exonerates Police    Tenders Called
TERMINALS Of 6.H.R.
ON BURRARD INLET
Big E .litiire un Fine Depot 0 --Northern Pacific .    . , ThroughHere.
MUNICIPALITIES CANNOT
AliHtF. UN WATER SOURCE
West, resentativee   Attend'
ing  on   Water   Ques-
TO DEATH
WHEELS
)\
HER
STREET CAR
c
r Queen's Park Fire Hall    Petitions for
Street Improvements.
._,],:   || |  ol  eonimunl-
llie  an       .     ":     ,1"'     rl'.v
yv, nins.    In the  absence
presided,
i   i.,,,  ranged  round  a
.  c inniittei  exoner
...    .     and Officer    Mc-
��� I ,. h   Murraj    at
i, :��� r on Aug   21.
The Police  View.
,a,. .  moved the adoption    ol
B-iog  report   of  Chief  Mcln-
	
,,     '���������������'
shot  in lhe air, and noi  al   Linn,    He
believed, undei  similar circumstances
lie would have shol at the man him     ���' !i I
seir.    ii,. was sorry thai  -Mr. .Mun��   and
.. ��� . engi-
.' ii' : 11      railway, !
,.  the  right-of-way
in   V ancouver  in  eon- .
��� i preliminary ex-
���    0,000   for   wharves
Thei thi ,. j ,
, y and he niunici-
P.alii .��� .i, Vancouvi ,, Polnl
Qri ��� . et al thi cil ��� hall
Vim, esttrdaj afternoon to
discu ���.��� a on of water supplj
ior ::.. . - ween Burrard Inlet and thi ..... pecially in
v le .  of tin ,   ���     vote    m    Souih
C. Dynes  Meets   With   Cruel   Fate   While   Travelling   on
Sapperton Car    Fell From Front Platform    Tragic
Fatality Preceded by the Destruction of
Victim's Home by Fire.
An awl  I death overtook C.  Dynes    r    |    Pentland     and     Motorman
if  753  '      imb .1  street,  shori ly after K>      ' <o   I I line    I -    attai In ,|
IJ.
t,
Murray caused the police trouble in
the pus', he would not take his part,
A Criminal Case.
Aid. Fader replied thai a summons
was Impossible, ii was a criminal offence, and nieaiii an arrest, or nothing  ii, a 11
raid Inlet, and $100,-
had he.-n   lehlnd the bars for even so|i  : ,   ��� ardage on Fal e
short   a  time as one  night.    Had  Mr. ,    ...
'  ...,- have i > en draft-
caused  t be  police  ' rouble  in ,
ed nuu .ed bj  tne company, and
the   wi ..   i,n   ��� hi    i   ise creed   yards
will bi     oi  , !���. | with forthwith.
It li mnounced    that    when
the C ��� .-    ...-:,     cul Is c mpli ted,
io ii two months' time, the nains
j . :, .  ....... to Hugh Murray's  al all.   The police had no alternativeIGf the  Northern   Pacific  railway  will
j when a complainl was laid.   After all,  ,.���,,  jIil(J thi    i;:>    over    Ult,    oreat I
enci    to   tlie   complainl   of jit  was   the  ease  of   one man's  word | .Northtrn   tracks.    In the    past     the
lugh Murraj  contained  iu  bis inter  against another, and had to be decided   Northern  Pacific  has come Into Van-
to the city council, 1  begjby  the court.    When  the  man  made  ,,,,,,  over thi   Canadian Pacific rail
^   . ,;,  consequence  oi    a  the  complaint,   and   demanded     Mur-   *���  . ,,.,���  ��� ;,,- agreement  will soon be
I. .     .   made  !"  Sergt.   Gelser   by | ray's arrest, the police had no alterna-  terminated.
u wr,-y\\ Linn, that man had shot j tive In the matter. . ...       | I,...   | ,���  ,L(  _..;,,     ., th,
;i   ,i,;inii  on the south side   of      Aid.   Johnston   asked   If   Linn   had   .,,.       .,  ,,    ...   ���.,.,,.  .   , B
,  .,,,;   un  the  night   of   Aug.   21,  been  located,  If nol   an  effort  should  from the easi  end of I   ise creek   Is
,. .        :  Con table  McLeod    went   be  mud,, to do so. .,,,������ almosi completed, .md when done
.,    about one o'clock the      Aid. Fader replied  that  Murray
:.:   and arrested   Hugh  Mur-  noi  dispute the facts.    He said, how-   ail,i ,iK, -,,,,,���], s\<\e ,,[ false
ise, which i,- situated In  ever, hi  shot in the air, yardagi   purposes   will   be   proceeded
tri]     ,u the Eouth side   of-    Aid. Johnston  remarked  there was
Vancou.     ;, 100,  scheme on |ha11  pasl  flve ,,VI'"'** >,'s"'l'1-'> <'���'���'
Saturday,   Thi  I ��� il jealousy between Ing, the unfortunate man being crush
tb,- pu ii<- bodies ivas shown fn the
wa> Vancouvi r al I. men attempted
on Tuesday evening to prevent a rep-
M- ��� ntative atti a ling from thai city,
and the municipalities themselves ar,-
by no means united" on the subject.
Aid.   Shiles and    Superintendent    ol
ed enea b the wheels of B. C. E. R.
car 106 ni ar U opold Place whib o i
hi    ..-,.,  home irom the city.
The unfortunate man was riding on
the front  platform of the cai and was
landing on  the steps with one hand
g asping  the  rail.    The car  had just
Waterworks  Stott,  who  attended  ihe     "  the  switch,  where ll   had  waited
meeting found no reference to Westminster's supply at Lake Coquitlam.
as  the municipalities  are all  looking
for the city car passengers to transfer, and was starting towards Sapper-
... hen   Dynes    apparently    leaned
Inquest Today.
Un.  on th" front   platfo m    with
the  motorman  and  Mr.  Dj a. - al   tii i
...  the sei I lenl   were  i;   Jamie-
on   J,  im I     and W. Bowers.   These
men will be calb tl upon as wltne ���
at an Inquest over the body which is
���   hehi bj Coroner Captain Puten-
di Igb al  Murchle's parlors today.
Statement by  Local   Manager.
1). J,   McQuarrie,  local  manager of
ition   Murraj  wanted  to    be  rest,  in  South  Westminster
I He was allowed to  the city.
was    in
lid , the  work  of filling in the  ea.-t end
creek for
j ardagi
with.   I loom will    e made for a series
nu   ieing broughl  to    the  no question that the place of the ar-  ,,r   tracks  to accommodate    standing
, cai-.-,  also for the erection of ware-
bo ise   and .- ho]
It is hoped that the foregoing work
will be completed this year, and then
the   construction   of  a   union   line  to
Report Adopted. Ithe company's  waterfrontage on Bur-
HenleyNsaid that if similar cit    rard Inlet will be proceeded with, The
owns 2 i feet of waterfront
ate to defend his home. There hadlalong the old Vancouver engtoeering
been a number of complaints as to the works site letween the Hastings
'��� red itioi . t tramps, and boats had sawmill and the B. C. Sugar refinery.
been Btoleu.    Tliis man Linn came to'
...   magistrate in order
arranged,    but
bim on the phone.   He
,   mj monej on him to put
ia i   e. ii granted him.
,,i boi itj  to grant  bail
.mi in mt   the consent  of
., i. ist rat, .  w in,    has   au-
o   illow   bail in i ase - ol
!_��� ii    all   o her   applica-
Aid, Graj said thai the very fact ot
Bring a gun In the city limits constituted  an offence.
Aid.
cumstance    arose be  would  nol  hesi-  companj
��� '    bi     referred   to the  boai   house at   1 a.m
.. u|   a, ii uing the com rneddle with
in , am,    o th      al on, an i ��� j,,. s)1(l, ,A a
Mui
began   to
Muni, o        -ii>n<. and
fin  i  to .-car... him.
rie-  reporl  of  iIhlef Mcintosh  w is
'   :        ������'' ;   ���'���      -hen adopted.
New  Fire  Hall.
In commit tee A Id. Johni ton reporl   i
..a   the ti ndi i  ol Joseph -;. ckson for
they   are  far from   knowing.    It   w
n boIvi i al ,    sonn   discussion to ap
poii t two i     reseutatives  from    eai I
........ i   ;,,  ;  , a,  a  , oniniil lee     w ,_,; ..   ..
would be called  together at  a latter
date.
POLITICAL   INTELLIGENCE.
��� in   front  t rucks of the car.   Be. |
be
ivei
....-:.i,1.1.. crushing out life-
Awful  Injuries.
the B. ('. B, R. company, speaking to
to develop their records on Seymour | i ,vard and lost his balance. <l��',, he News shortly after the ,..,ality
and Lynn , but in what manne, I  of  his body  carrying him un-| had   ,11.,,in.,,li   expreS8ed  thl.  oplnlon
thai   it was a  pure accident.    As Bar
lhe *''" could    be    8top-,ed'   lhe  as  he could  see,  .here  could  be    no
1     '"���   : " -Ulame  attached   to  anyone.    He also
called   attention   to   a   notice    posted
conspicuously in all cars warning pas-
The victim's chest   was reduced al-   3 Qge_.._ .,,_ainM rid,ng Qn ^ ^ of
'���:..,    to ,a pulp, the ribs being crushed  ],;aIrormSi
; in and  broken.    The  right  arm    was;
roki n iu two places and the flesh rip-
pi i open from the wri.-t to well above
������       ���     The lefl arm was broken
the wrist, the flesh being also torn
open, the bone being exposed.   A gash
3s th<   forehead and a slight con-
,n on the cheek    are    the   only
in a l us on   the face.    Besides    thi se,
numerous    other    injuries    were    received on  vari,.-is  parts of lhe body,
��� :���.    accident    hap,.' ne I
Cowan Nominated.
George H. Cowan was yesterday
evening elected as standard bearer
foi the C'ousen Ives of Vancouver
al ., meel ag calb I for thai purpose
in O'Brien's hall. The only other
mi lous can lidates for nomination
were C. M Woodworth and Charles
E. Tl A public meeting in honor
of thi   ;,-...���.   will  be held In Van-i    -Although
Here Twenty Years.
Deceased was well known in this
city, where he had lived continuously
for nearly twenty years, coming here
direct from Ireland. For fourteen
years be worked al the Brunette sawmills, ll" abandoned this work about
twelve months ago, when he started
in the -1 icerj business at Sapperton,
commencing shortly after the Bru-
lette - ore, managed by the Johnston
COUNTY .BURT COMPLETED
HtAIIING OE MANY EASES
rothe   . had been destroyed by fire.
couvi    en  Fridaj  evening,    this will      ,   tl     fter half past five o clock, the
be   attended    ...   several   members   of  bod    was not removed from the scene Leaves Five Small Children.
thi   provincial cabinet. ol   thi   fatality    until    nearly    seven      A  widow,  five  small  children,  aud
o'clock,  when it  was' taken to    Mur-  a. brother   Ralph,  are left    to  mourn
cliie's  undertaking parlors,  where    it his sudden and cruel death. Deceased,
, was prepared for Interment. [who was only   :'.s years oi  ag*e,    had
.���in twice married, his first  wife be-
W. W. B. Opens His Campaign.
W. W. li. M, lm,. 3, Liberal nominee
Vancouvei       eaks on the Asiatic
question In   I      city this evening,
Morbid  Curiosity.
Dr.  Hall,   who  was    called     m
the   ing Miss  Lilly  Munday,  by  whom bo
, i ' ...   befori
pai,.  lire hall, for  .-..". ha I beeu ai
fhe sittings wi re continui d y<
,     -. . the low.        Heals..   '-'.-  ���"  !:"   >'.���'���-'-  ������    A
:.   ented plans of the new hall, which   ""���   '      "        !"     "    ftero '���'';;' '     D
em  races a two-,  u ��� ,   ii.ilding, on the   :
:    oor  a  lurye  space    for  hose
I
���   ,-ould be neci
e in court   at   '���'.:'."  a.m.
lend      When    Murray's j lual lhe tender of JOBeph Jacka"on fol      Count)   can
��� Qn did rn"   ,.,, , ,,.  th.   ���. ��   yueen    '1":'"; ���,'M*''   H ���
. , ���   wa      ' in !��� fore
In i his com] lain:
,   der   at    the.
m will   be
r  I" ;   in .  !   .     ul I  sa;.
pi ,,ie
I time  m
ile might b.     ailed out,
a,.   bu ,n,.- - io g ant
1  will refuse to    h  ve
,-lth    ��� '-im     "ail."
li)   a,i\eiiiM'   ini    >>-ihi<...    in   ,,,>  ,ii   ,...
Defence of Murray. ri,,���   21    m  three  secUons,  painting,   H. McNeill, has a contract with    the
, ,,,   ,,, .  i-   I'   It. to dellv. r ties, an I a certain
in    aid  Murray was an  carpentering  and   plumbing,    on   tii'-     ���
ent,  he  had   known   htm   as   motion of Aid. Jardine It was resolved, tuin.be,   bad   been   cut   when plalntlfi
,     .   .:.   and  he  ,��� the requesi  ol   Fire Chief Watson,  U   wan   - ���  'uteri .- .    u      event
durraj  had done any  I to   vote  $100 towards  the    entertain
���   Idea    ���   :  hi   arresL   rlienl   of  the  flre chiefs  of  B.  C.  on
orry    that   ih ir visit here during exhibition week.
,,,,,,���  ot the urini Ipal ��itm ss. s from
favorablj   One excursion  projected    will    be   ���>    '    "  '
.,.,,.......   ,,i\n,      i   ilectsion.
' ���   ��� ns*' of the   '. isit to I he Fi aser mills
wai on,  and  at   the   rear Stalls   for  two
horses. Upstairs living accommoda-
a for four men is provided, and a
towi r for drying hoi e is a new feature to be Introduced, it was resolve,)
to advi '. 'is,,  for tendei s to  liu, in  by
counter < lai:., for . ii li n ing in .��� i
consideration. The judge ha I I ��� ind
tor the p. ilntiff ou the main claim
$431, and the counter claim, loss o!
I rofll ou 7:560 ti,- al 13 cents ��� ai ������
wa sthe question at Issue. Knox, the
defendant, who was represented b) A,
Wilmot for Conservatives. scene shortly after the accident, could   bad  three  .iiii,iron,   Mary,  now  aged
Georgetown,  N. B    Sepi   9    R.   D. only certifj  to the dec,.,--,   of the un    io, Joseph and Annie.    Two children,
Wtimot,    M. P., was    nominated    by fortunate victim.    Sergt. Geiser    and I Alice and Margaret, the latter a ��abe
Queens-Sun   irj   Conservative    today. Officer   McLeod, of the    city    police,  of only four weeks, followed  his Bec-
  were also on the spot shortly after the   i marriage,  his    widow    being    a
Lieut. T. Cunningham returned yes- accident  to restrain the morbid curi-   sister of Pal Devine, one ot the guards
terday from the east, after his many ostty of the crowd which gathered at   :,t   the    penitentiary.    Ralph    Dynes
successes al  the ranges both al    the Leopold Place as soon as the news of  brother of the  deceased, Is also em-
Ontario  meeting  and  the    Dominion  iiie fatality became known. \ �����>���-������~
gathering al Ottawa.                           '*    Car 106 was manned by Conductor (Continued on Page Four.)
nol
���
Milk   Supply   Improving.
Dr, Jones, medical officer of health
i,   oi ted thai tor the month of Aug i I
six case, of sea: lei fever were report-
nd     were    released    from    '
quar inline.   Samples of mill, from tin
lie;,   different   dealei i,   and  hoti 1 .  all
 i   ������. Page Eight.)
pp. ar was
This w :   the
plaiiiani   had  gol    Into
I   causi 1   him to  I ake
it    lhe   ; ollce     la -    ,.,|   cur. ll
��� t ids wen     i, ,-A n    to
i In a
, Murraj i Conl Inui d i in
work.    His honor decided  to go ov< c
ground   at   Port  Moodj   w.tli  one
each
,ide  befori   giving  a decision.    J.  D.
Kenned.,  appi an I for the plaintiff,
tjillej   Iii       ���     low    '.'.i I  Hannah:
I    Edmunds fu     laiutiff. Jud  nn ul
i   ,, IU| ..  ,    .   . med    with
I,. -,..      .���:! alio    reci ��� ������'���"���     -���'    ''" !
,,,-k done at   the  lefend
the  corner    of  Third
an
Iio .   '     -1'
lones Is Washington's Choice
md Sixth    ivenue.
i lefendanl
:,,     in to plain
tiff, awl        '   *i "  nccount.      M i
ia,l  supi Hi      came    l:l
For United States Senator ;   ;;; ;;,
., T lit :_ charges, defendant tenaereo
JS2.50 in full settlement, which was
',', ,���-,,|. Expert evidence was called
ml ,,���, quesUon ot value received, and
J.
Returns received  though  lhe  second  choice   votes ai
Ions of   the    state nol being tabulated tor    distribution,
- ���������������.,  oi    ihe    Mate,  no,  being tabulated  tor    Qisinuui   ���     ��� d Wg deci8lon.    \
Iwlicnte that Wesley L. the first onlj    being   rough!}    given, the juuge ���
 f the pcpie forlMcBrlde has run stronger east of the Q. ��'ll'"" ,',,.,...
.,���,,,,    io.., ,   ,...,, ,-,, Whiteside for defendant
his lead over: mountains than expected.
Big Liberal  Meeting.
ii,m. wuiiam Templeman, minister
ill..     | .   ,|| i      yj > v; i
v"' ��� ny being one of a  wide!    Candidates Pattlson, Durkln, Spawn
i     ' f'ete  returns show   that j Atkinson,   lllacknian   and   Bryne    an
I ''   !   iet'Hng bj a Iremcndous vote running so far behind thai their vot<
I,,     "l"'":' wlll have to poll heavier Mg lost in ihe count. .,,,,     ..     ,   ,,,
1,1111 " "   'rom Ihe  larger     Samuel O. Cosgrove is the   Repuh  ol lf "V VlcSaTes" day even-
'" ",l1"'   "'   l"";"   m   ahead, iioan nominee for governor ot Wash- meeting I       ..-..��� _ vi-
.     '       '    ���       given in  the  estl-
p..r.
Gubernatorial  ConteEt.
'        I ^a,,..ll 1
has    carried    Pierce
|. Ung  In sernnd choice
I     ' �������UeB.     Samuel   S    COS-
7     " "' Pnm.   .     |   |,
I      '������������',        ',..
leading by sev-
r Mead.    On the east
���   .   "'-.111.   un nie oast
hl     ' 'ntalna It is now estl-
���   has polled five
McBride will un-
�� ^ governor o   ��� ��� *>-������ &m ,��� his
ngton on the face of the returns so ing.   rnw Q..
ar received from King county and the heme citj  since
I
i taw a.
state al large.  .
Ill    the    vole   on    preference   for   the ���������������������������������
nomination for United States senator  ������������ * #
'-^^r;'     "-\XUtl     YESTERDAY'S BASEBALL.      ���
primaries yesterday.    Incomplete ��� A
in    the rac
turns from twenty-nine counties g
the following  result:
Levi Ankeny, 10,466.
W. L. .lones,  12,196.
W. H. Snell, 3325, '  '
.   Vancouver
.   Tacoma  . ���
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7 ���
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Decade Has Passed Away Since Westminster Fell Easy
 Prey to All Devouring Flames       ���
.lusi a decade ago today New West-, the   water  pressure   was   failing,   and
minster was  visited  with    the    mosi  the danger oi a  stiff breeze was    e-
. . ...   lng Increased by the draught of   the
ilreaiUtil   tire   oi     Us     history     which ���
fires,    Waterless, the struggle became
hopeless, and practically the whole oi
swept 'through Its business ami residential districts with paralyzing
rapidity. The fire began at 11 p.m.,
and quickly spread all over the lower
portion ol the city, the business section being a heap of ruin., bj daylight
ni \t morning.
Like so 111 an J   famous  tires Its origin
the down town district from the llui'i
block to the Royal L'ity mills was destroyed. The waterfront buildings
were completelj gutted with the ��'\
,., ; tion of the C. P. R. freight sheds,
nd the flre Bpread north to Royal
avenue on Ihe west, and   Vgne ���    tree:
seven years old, and one of the best
citj halls in fhe province, has taken
its place on the business street, Brick
or concrete has almost replaced frame
structures, and under the fire protection by-laws even frame buildings for
(business use will be a thing of the
past. The Anglican cathedral, which
suffered very severely in the tire, has
been restored, and other churches
which have been rebuilt more commodious than  formerly are the  Baptist.
City of New Westminster As It Looks Today. Ten Years After the Big Fire.
���v,as simple. A pile of baled hay In on the east, Three million dollars
the Jlrackman Ker warehouse was the damage was done, only about half thai
lirst to catch on fire, thonc spreading amount being covered by lnsunan��e.
to three sternwbe.'l steamers, which,) For long afterwards the business of
lakiiiK fire, CUi  adrift  and became flre  ihe citj  was carried on In shacks, but
ships bearing destruction all along
the wharves. The hay at the C. P. N.
warehouse caught fire and from this
the  building! on-Front  stree;  ignited.
there is now ver> little vacant land
on the lids biiriied over hy the lire.
New churches have arisen, and blocks
of  business  premises .better  than  be.
A   long  dry  ppell   hnd   preceded  the   f,,,-,.     The   Carnegie  library   occupies   .   .. ,,
outbreak, and soon it was found that  city Hall aqttnro, but a new hall, now  street
Reformed Episcopal and Queens avenue Methodist. The Baptist and
MethodWt churches have both changed
their sii.^*. A number of tine public
buildings, Including the Dominion
Trust building, the court house, and
many public halls, have been re-
erected. With the const ruction or
l.avery's block eust of No. 1  fi:e hall,
' ��� v,m be no   gap   on   Columbia
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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77iis /s Afy 5Jrc/ Birthday
Poultney  Bigelow.
l-oultno. Bigelow, well known ,as an author and journalist, was
born in New York City. Sept. 10, 1855. lie is the son of John Bigelow. who served as United Stat,'., minister to France for some years.
and who is now i n his ninety-second year. Poultney Bigelow graduated from Yale and later attended the Columbia law school. He was
admitted to the bar in 1882, but has never practiced law. Much of
his time has been spent in foreign travel. He resided in Germany
for some years and was known as an intimate friend of the German
emperor. Mr. Bigelow has made a special study of modern history
and colonial administration and has lectured on those subjects before
several leading American universities. During the Spanish-American
war he represented the London Times In Cuba. In 1906 he attracted
attention to himself by several articles he wrote In criticism of the
policy of the administration in the construction of the Panama canal.
Wanted-:
Lost -:- found
I tor Sale -:��� To Rent -:- [tc.
4p    !ic-jir:..::..-:-��'"'' ���"���*".���'������*'������ *'
Sales of Lands for Delinquent Taxes in J
Municipality of Burnaby, Province of B. C.
7.
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WANTED ��� Young women used to
pressing. Apply at the Royal City
Dye Works.
WANTED   Girl to help    in    general
housework.    Apply  Mrs.  p,  Latham,
Third avenue aud Fourth street.
i Charles Thomas Saunders, Collector ol the Municipality of the Township or Dis
X(.,   1906, and amendments thi ri to that oi
p the afternoon at the Municipal
MINISTER PLEADS
GUILTY OE MET
Trusted Statesman Commits
Series of Frauds Against
Bank in Denmark.
Copenhagen, Sept. 9.���M. Alberti.
who retired recently from tne post of
minister of justice, yesterday surrendered to the police aud confessed
to a series of frauds against the Boiul-
estandens Sharkasse, a savings hank
of which he. was president, The affair has caused a sensation, as it was
entirely unexpected. Albert! was an
intimate friend of the King and very
popular at court. Only two days ago
he dined at the palace, sitting at the
King's  right hand.
The frauds exceed $2,500,000, which
the ex-minister lost In speculations in
.-.locks in the United States. The
Bondestandens bank has stopped payments, having been closed by order of
lhe authorities, M. Albert! was given
a brief examination last night, after
which he. was sent back to prison.
GIRL AND DOG SAVED
MAN FROM SAVAGE BULL
Marsboro, N. ,1., Sept. 9.���Attacked
by a bull which became suddenly enraged when he entered the barnyard,
Rufus Jennings, a fanner, received
injuries yesterday that will probably
prove fatal, Tho savage animal tossed Jennings againsi a fence several
times and hurled him to the around,
and but for the Interference of his 12-
year-old daughter and a large Newfoundland dog would have killed him
on the spot.
As tbe dog seized the bull's hind leg
the girl dragged her father away, but
the bull shook off the dog aud attacked the girl, knocking her down, but
not seriously injuring her. The girl
finally got her father out of the barnyard and then collapsed.
This Date in History
Thursday, Sept. 10
THE BIG FUN  SHOW.
Uncle
Josh
Perkins
LOST���Between Sixth avenue and
Timberland, lady's brown leather
hand bay. containing purse, gold
watch and chain, etc. Finder will
be rewarded by returning to Miss
Conner, Post Office.
TO RENT���Two modern houses, seven
rooms, electric light, hot and cold
water bath, separate toilets; chicken
house; 21S and 220 Tenth street;
rent $16.00.   Apply to Phone A 179.
_���;,,. notice pursuant to the Municipal Clan
.   September, A.D  1908, at ihe hour of two o'clock i
\uctlon the lands and real property of the pei
the said persons on the 31st day of De
costs and expenses including 'Uectofa commission of E per cent, and I
said sale, If the total amount due i- nol sooner paid.
LIST ABOVE MENTIONED,
��� a... B. C, I shall offer for sale at Pub!
set oui for the delinquent taxes unpaid by
12th dj,
..    ���
9 ati
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
Province of British Columbia. Distrlcl
0f ,\ew Westminster, Group One,
TO RENT���House on Brunette street,
Sapperton,  modern,    five    rooms,
$1B.    Apply    White,    Shiles   &   Co..
Columbia street.
WANTED���A   white   waitress.
West  End   Restaurant,
Apply
WANTED���Hats to retrim, also have
new hats and trimmings. Auckland
and  Tenth  streets.
FOR SALE���House, stable and two
lots, cleared and fenced, Second
straat and Tenth avenue; price
reasonable., aud terms easy. Also,
two lots adjoining, nearly cleared.
Apply to George Sharp, on the premises.
WANTED.���Girl for general housework in family of two; apply
2565 Cornwall St.. Kitsilano, Vancouver.
WANTED���Girl for assisting tn housework and in attending to two infants. 437 Third ave.. near 2nd st.
WANTED���Nursemaid;    apply    Mrs
tDr.)  Jones, Royal  Avenue.
WANTED���School children to board
for next term in refined private
family. Apply Mrs. E. S.. Daily
News office.
WANTED���Japanese noy attending
school wants work with good family;
understands cooking; wages. Apply
to P. O. Box 515, City.
Singers,   Dancers  and  Comedians.
An Everlasting Success.
SEPTEMBER  10.
1785    United  State-  and  Prussia con!
eluded  a  treaty of amity  and
commerce.
IS10    .lames  Pollock, of Pennsylvania.
who as a member of congress
had   place on   national    coins
the motto   In God We Trust.'
I,,,,.,. I See   Uncle   Josh   at  the  Country   Fair.
1828    Don   Pablo    Obregon,    Mexican 	
minister to the United States,'
181
: m; i
died in Washington.
Governor Curtin, of Pennsylvania, expecting an invasion
of the state, called on all
able-bodied men to organize
for defence,
Presid. nl Juarez, of Mexico,
proposed an altyance ofSouth
and Central American republics to ro.ist encroachments
by the United States and
European nation...
1S68 ��� A land of Cheyenne Indians invaded the towns of Sheridan
and   Butler,  Kansas.
1894���The Republicans carried the
Maine state election by a
plurality of 38	
WATCH  FOR  THE  BIG  PARADE OF
THE HAYSEED  BAND  AT   1  P.M.
Lower Fraser River
Freight ana Passenger bervice per
SS. "Favorite
MORROW,  PIG-TRAINER.
FOUND  DEAD  IN  PORTAGE
' Portage la Prairie, Man., Sept. 9.���
Frank Morrow, better known as "Doc,"
i well known character about towu,
w as found dead last night In the yard
u the rear of the Merchants bote!. He
bad been a hard drinker for years.
Morrow was well connected, and came
here originally from Ontario. He was
a veterinary surgeon, but of late years
bla time has been given up to the
training of pigs. When he got a big
porker hitched  up, mounted the box
and drove down the main streel, It
was a picture which attracted great
attention,
SMALLPOX IS RAGING
IN SASKATCHEWAN
Resina, Sask.,
quarantine has
Sept. 9.���A smallpox
i.i en declared In two
different districts of the province. At
Halbrlte, In the south end, there arc
thlrtei n i .���-.:- of the di-' a ie under
quarantine, and al Maple Creek there
i�� also a quarantine enforced, the par
ties affected with the disease there
being In destitute circumstances and
depending upon the governmenl tor
suslenanc,
Carrying freight and passengers to
all points 'netween New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Uracilman-Ker's wharf daily
at :! p.m., except Saturdays, at - p.m.;
additional trip on  Mondays, leaving at
5 a.m.
Returning have Westham Island 7
a.m. daily, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
at 5:30 p.m.
Calling at Steveston I'le-iluys,
Thursda... and Saturdays,
Tickets to Steveston and return 50
cents on  Sal unlays only.
WANTED���Japanese hoy or girl for
,.   isework,    daily.    Hardwick,    St.
Andrews street.
WANTED���Ladylike young person foi
light housekeeping Student at college in return for hoard would be
acceptable.    P. 0. Box 667. City.
FOR    SALE. ��� Motor    launch;    well-
found and fast; seats fourteen passengers.    Apply to Motor ,  3ox    M..
New Westminster.
WANTED���Two or three unfurnished
rooms;   must   be moderate;    neaT
bridge preferred. Apply  Po:    Office
Box 7::^
;i   Manson,  Lawrence   	
102 |Farrand,  Charles   	
120 JBooth,   Frank   	
122 |Reddle, Wm.  H	
180 jBell,  Alexander   	
221 [Anderson, Sarah,    Estate 	
353 |Rithet, R. P	
354 Rithet.   R.   P	
362   Rithet, R. P	
112   McCregor,  D.  C	
562a Crickmay, W.,    Estate  	
590 |Booth.  Frank   	
594   Neelands, Ellen .1	
597 jCurry. William, and
|Moffat, Robert, and David	
735   Brennan, J   R	
7:15 [Brennan,  J,   R	
SIT lllart.  F. .1	
992   Morrison.  T.   P	
1026   Phillips, Walter  	
1244   Wise,   Catherine,   F	
L251    McNiven, John  	
1323 |Tlngley, Mary, E	
1325 |Tlngley, Mary, E	
1346 [Harris,  G.   B	
1347 Harris,   (I.   B	
1378   liilley. James R. aud Walter It
1113   Whitney. W. .1.  R	
1420 |Bennett, C, C	
1428  Webber, Lionel, H	
1472  Round. George  	
14.0 |McLennan, Aloe and Nell  ���
1506 JTimns, John 	
L507   Timuis,  John   	
15 IP   Western Pacific Clay Co	
1550   Western  Pacific Clay   Co	
1552   Armstrong,  .1.  C	
1554   Armstrong,  J. C	
1560   Armstrong, J. C	
1695  Cunningham,   Mary.
1700 jcunningham, Mary,
1701 Miller. Daniel. K	
1709   Hart. F. .1	
172s Town. Henry, Estate
17TJ Co ictt, Mrs. w. J, .
iTTii   McQuarrie, W. G.  ...
17-..::   Alb-n James, C	
1795   Allen   James, c	
James, C	
lames, C	
.1 tmes, c	
.lame-.   C.    ...
.lames   C	
James C	
James   C	
York. L.   C	
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94 Soutll   j
95 North   ;
95  North
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Allen,
V E S T M I N S T E R EMPLOYMENT |
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
street west, Phone A 2750, Vancouver, B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and Female   Help   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and     McNSEuEY    STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone  431. P. O. Box   885,
1838   Armstrong,   Harriett   1	
2109  Cleland, Jam. s;  Welsh Hai ry
W   and   Ralph .1	
2109   Cleland, Jamos; Welsh. Harrj
W. and   Ralph .1	
2109   Cleland, Jamos; Welsh, H irry
W. and   Ralph .1	
2204   Barr Joseph   	
2223   McDonald.  .1.   S	
2255   Bainbrldge   W.  V	
2263   Mel.,'chni... Dr. L. N	
Ll2.it     Cooper,   Ai,'.'    .1	
nj7^   Mm ion,  Lawreni e   	
22H5   Todd, Wm. II. H	
2296 |Todd, Wm   ('.. H	
2297 Todd, Wm. G. II	
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13 North
13  North
2N   Soutll
28 South
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28  South
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jn Central
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90 North
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Suicides in Russian Capital.
Si   Petersburg, Sept. 9.���There were
stxly-six suicide cases in this city la-it
week,   a large portion of thai number
wore among the working classes,
What They Ml Say
"I didn't know we could
get such good work In Westminster."
These are the words of one
of our customers (a professional man) when we delivered a new lot of
stationery.
PRINTING THAT IS CORRECT
MODERATE PRICE
THE SHOP THAT SATISFIES
Jackson & Morrison
NEW WESTMINSTER
Phone 388
Important Notice
The plans, profile and estimate of
cost of the proposed permanent lm|
proven,.-11r of Columbia Btreel tin-
cludlng a main, trunk sewer, cemen)
Bide walks and street paving) have
been prepared and placed on view in
th.. room lately occupied by the school
board, city hall, whet,, they may be
inspected during office hours by
parties Interested in tliis very necessary local Improvement.
N. ll. McQUARRIE,
Acting City Clerk-
City  Hall, N,-w Westminster, B, <'.,
August 25   1908,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS!
BOOKING TO AND PROM AN^
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF
FICE.
Next sailings of the Lmpresse.
Sept. 1 and 18.
1'or other date3 and  particulars,
apply to
ED. QOTJLET,
C P. R. Ajew.
2299 |Todd. Wm. Q, H	
2300 Todd. Wm  C. H	
2301 |Todd, Win. Q. II	
2302 I'ohiinaun. Edward  	
2803 Polhmann, Edward  	
2804 JPolhmann, Edward  	
2806   I'oilnnann. Edward   	
2306  Polhmann, Edward ���    	
2H07   I'olhm-iiin. Edward  	
2308 [Polhmann, Edwar l  	
2326 ]Morgan. E   H	
2339   McKecimle, Dr  L. N	
2804    McFeely, K. .1. and  Dougla.; K.
2f>7u   I'ear.-.on,   .lames   	
2ii7l |Sharp, Cbaa   w	
3237 10'Connell, Katherine. Estate
3249 jO'Connell, Kathorlne, Estate
:,250 'O'f'onneii,  Katherine,    Estate
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101
101
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136
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
���xpress .ind freight connect witb
Itasca *it Carcross and White Horje.
n^intsining a through winter service.
For information -.pplv to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Ceo. Adam*,  Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes from 112.75 up
Oentlwmen's   Silver   \Vatcb��->    open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Hllver Watcnes, doubl*
case, 17.50 >ip.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition,    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jew-airy, elc.�� elc>'
J. TRAVERS ftpi
Ali  business in this bn��
Phone A 243.
Auction  sale every
on the Market squar:.
Friday
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THE DAILY \
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7"     T    ,   A Drop inPrices
P eichenbach
COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and  RET.AIL !
jUTCHERS l
th's Sodas r tin
/ing Peach-      $] crate
n Jars, 1-2 ga L35doz
y Jars,     - ��� doz
hose 10-piec -\ Sets
we are selling al $2.75
Work of Rebuilding fernie
Is Progressing Rapidly
Ni ,   il-      -   Are  Being Built of Fireproof Material
Every   Pn      tion   Being  Taken   Against   Future Ravages of the Fire Fiend.
son   Si i
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Prion.
| Houbigant's IDEAL Perfume
e 101 ! $2.50 per oz.
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intention    o ere.
and ��� ���������   "ii  \.QiJ citadel
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:   . Use. nee the I .....
irgi    ��� .i ,,r claj ol the very b< - - - ���
, ,, ,   proximi ..   .-   h       '      '' '���  i''"i' ;' vernmeni ar.  using
;.        . I of i la.- ���    ��� Posl
Eyes  Tested  Free
TME
Public Supply Stores GE0prAo��AMS i
Prop.
Fhone   92.
Columbia   Street. New   Westminster,   B.   C.
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A,-e you satisfied w.th ycur present condition or
opportunities ?
Systematic Small Saving's
alents, which now yield you a comfortable   ln-
<vll1 Borne da.   lose pan  01   all  ol their   earning
��� en will need other capital that does not
Laying tin: Foundation
t'er       Idii   -   all this  dls-
tri.. .1 tors are d >���
ave a  superioi
assortmeni i - the best building
mati rla ffered     hen .
"Vam ... ��� rand" Portland ce-
in. nt, )(>.-��� .,:ii. lime, Clayburn
and local brick, crushed rock,
'i     fi ..., . lake    gravel,
, li .: '.,. an I, hard wall
plastei     In  fa I anything    yon
from san I, and brick can be na ��� i
11 i; bj th.  ordinarj i'i- o   s which
��� u,  C. Egg, a N.'. on ai i hit, ct, de
es to be the equal, if not th.
- pn ssed brick. The Fernie Brick
as taken hold of this propo Itioi
GILLEY BROS.
LIMITEO
:. ...
The   i< presentatlves   of   the   n.vi
and  prlnl lng Industrj. the Fi i
l'res.  and Ledger, are each of   them
I.  i ng   , ontracts  for Eire proof   buildings   and   hav,    made    arrangements
irning out  large quantitie   ofjf��r   Installing    new    and    up-to-dat.
title ol   he finest qualitj a   rap- machinerj and printing  press,    in the
l..--. :,.. , same.
ijeing  shipped  in   oth...       Residences in which concrete ls the
���:.,,.   ;.   ...........      mat. rial   ut e 1,   an   springing   up    in
day, and this is being used upleverj direction and numbers of other
���   as   ii   comes.    The   principal  large undertakings wl] shortly he tin-
Exshaw,  but   the  article ,5 der way,.but the instances cited above
lieink   broughl   in   from   other   points   show in a graphic way the spirit and
��� ell     Lumber is al.-o being rushed
determination of the people of Fernie
���ipply   is   far   from  in   tackling   the   gigantic   task   which
[iial  |    the demand. lies before them,
Tlie ,-. .] ..  a .  enthusiastic and pro
:   SSi. ��� . : -   ���     is   brisk. The   teill
hotel .,, omodation i; goo I
i hi re ai ��� i yet no lights or ;< le
-. in     but I hese will be in : died i r.
:��� : .   ted everj  wei
The
or month with
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
I and /.. ..',,��� Incorporatad Total A**et*
$8,290,000 ,869 $47,400,000
with Inter.   I        i i iun le 1 q larterly, provide a com-
q ,   foi  ;. our old age.
ONE  DOLLAR    MAKES  THE   START.
BANKING HV MAIL A SPECIALTY.
S ! ALI NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Ni w Westminster Branch.
F.  B. LYLE,   Mgr.
COAL
ennsylvania
blacksmiths
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.0"
RESERVE        111,000.000.00
Branches throughout Canada and N,.'wfi'iiniilan.l. an!   In   I  indon,   Englanu
New York, Chicago aud Sponane, U.S.A , and Mexico City.     A   len
eral Hanking  Business Transact1*!,
.etters of Credit issued, available wl tL correspondents in all Darts ol thi
World.
Savingt  Bank  Department.      Deposits received in BUiaE ol $1 and upwards.
and interest allowed at 3 per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year,
Total  Assets over  $108,000,000.00.
N'.VY WESTMINSTER BRANCH ���'_   D.  BRYMNER,  Manwf*"
flour"1
and FEED
WHOLESALE and RETAIL
Wireless   Station   for   Bellingham.
Bellingham,  Sept,    S.���Within the
nexl   few   days a    contract    will be
racticai example of whal   is signed bj the Alsop brothers with the
'..inn- done, Mr. Egg gave the follow   l tilted  Wir. i ���    _elegr.aph    >   mpany
tnir in tances:                                        i  ta llshing a  station here    on tin*
The hotel Fernie Is being construct-   rool of the exchange building, a! the
ri   at   a   cost   of   $10,000,     Brick   and  eornei of  Elk and  Holly stri i   i
"SLATER
SHOES"
P. < >- Box  Jfi
PICE-. FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH.
'Phone   105.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutactwtrt and Dtaier* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
mber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
M City Branch, Columbia St.
Tel<**phone 12. '  New Westminster
McQUARRIE &C0.
FLOUR AND FLED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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Electric Railway Service \
lnterurban   Line.
Curs for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from .r>*5(i a. m Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last ear lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and dlty limits over the
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twtttty minutes after and forty mluutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
��. m.
Sunday Bervice   batt-beuriy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Our fall stock of
Slater's Shoes
are here. We have them
in all widths, colors and
sizes. There isn't any foot
we can't fit, from size 5 to
size 14. Every pair has our
guarantee���money refunded if not satisfactory.
Remember, this is the
GENUINE, Slater, we hav-
ing the sole agency for this
city. Ask for it, insist on
having it, and take no other.
r Sold only by
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
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Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, comer of Sixth and Front
street.. New Westminster, Lf. C.
the engineers and firemen have given
notice thai if a conference Is not held
at Winnipeg within seven days the;
,i in i ;,��� up the whole sj Btem, an I al
. , igh this would be a calamity it
would bring the mattef to a focus al
once and end the agony.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
_JSS5
.UNION
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THURSDAY.   .SEPTEMBER   10,   1908.
ADVERSITY���PROSPERITY.
Sept. 10, 1898 -Sept. in, 1908,
Ten short years -span these two
dates, ,-i single dec-ado bridges over
this brief space of time., and yet in
thai period mighty changes have come
to pa.ss in this fair city of ours. From
a smoking, smouldering heap of charred and unsightly mins, havoc
wrought by the sweep ot all-embracing flames throughout the entire business district, Westminster has
chang, ,1 to i beautiful home-studded
city, peopled bj loyal residents jealous of her fair name and eager to enhance in every waj her manifold ai-
i ractlons.
Pluck, Indomptable pluck, coupled
with tin Illimitable resources of the
far famed Fraser Valley and district,
the l'i :��� ier River and the natural timber wealth of our mighty forests, has
contributed in an Immense degree to
the rebuilding of the City.
Only ten short years ago���and. yet
note the wonderful changes thai have
taken place since that fateful day
when hell hurst loose and reduced to
ashes property valued at three million  dollars.
Then���Draar desolation on all sides,
a  future dark as the deepest abyss.
Now���Splendid business blocks
Hanking the main streets, a community more prosperous and happy
than of yore, a city with a future
brighter and bigger than ever, a port
rapidly coming into its own.
"Thirty feet to tne gulf."
���YOUR  MAJESTY" IS .
WINNER   OF   ST.   LEGER
Doncaster, Eng., Sept. 9.���"Your
Majesty.'' owned by .1. 11. Joel, won
the St. Leger stake of ��6500 at the
Doncaster meeting today. Although
"Your Majesty" was the 'favorite at
11 to 8, his victory was greeted with
hoots and yells on account of the un
popularity of his owner. Hall Walker's "White Eagle" was second. 100
to 7. and Huron Rothchild's "Santa
Strate" was third at 100 to 6. King]
Edward was present at the meeting,
which was witnessed by a trenieniiou
crowd.
CRUSHED TO DEATH UNDER
WHEELS OE STREET EAR
TOO   SUDDEN.
Challenge,    have  been   hurled  at  the
Federal Government for over a year
to come <ui and engage in a battle
royal. We have been told that the
Opposition organization is perfect, th,.
committees have _een drilling [or
-ver a year, so as to be readj al any
moment tini i was calle 1 to enter the
fray. Now the cry of dread Is heard
in the land, Su- Wilfrid Laurier Is going to take a mean, unfair advantag ���
of th, se fighting Tories ;,, springing
1 tie eh , tlon . on ih, in ��� ,1 soon and so
su Iden. As the general resull Ij nol
in danger or doubl for never lu - In
histi : of el. i ii,,i:.- li is an Oppo .
' o as iioorlj equipi.'i i a the :; .
deniles ��� i ti lay. The Torj party at
������    i     as   no   ca e, practice
' ll0ut   a   1" idi :   able    to  frami
ue  . in :  of an  i - ue on   ivhii h    to
* >:-     -     from the i le. t irati   Thus
������������'���;        ipportt.'d by men
lhl ���   i'auie ���  !.:,- ,n   ..   ifl   aud v. ron
 am  il   al     .i ���    timu    ,
, in   Bi    h n tei   rei og
" '���'' failure th.n    i   , ���    ne\ Itablj
'��� uili   ' om their attempts to nils    i
: il    in;, thical
' ' :  ������ thei        ���      ,i .    .
light,
(Continued from rage On.
ploy eil   al    the   penal    instil it
the capacity  of farm  lusl ructor.
Th,. funeral will be held ou Friday
morning at nine o'cloi l_ :: om St.
Peter's cathedral lo the Catholic
cemetery at Sapperton.
Home Destroyed  by  Fire.
A peculiarly sad circumstance in
connection with the fatality is the
fact that the residence and store of
the Dynes family was gutted by fire
in the early hours of yesterday morning, practically nothing being saved,
The family had a very narrow escape
from suffocation, having to rush from
the house In light apparel. Mrs.
Dynes, who is still in a delicate, con-
dltion, is al present sviying with her
brother-in-law,
Widow  Prostrated.
The ki.-'s of her husband following
50 soon upon the destruction of her!
house and home has been a cruel blow
to the sorely tried widow, who remained unconscious for several hours
ye terday evening after being in
foi:. ed of the Eatalitv.
"Thirty feet tu the gulf.'
THE C. P. R. STRIKE.
Th>- rei",its as to the immense
amount of motive power laid up at
the. dli Isional points, onl) a portion
of w hii h i< allow. I to filter thro i ���
tell of a ver; bad tat. ol affair n I
tha     . ecomin      blocked    ivitb
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We're after the Shoe trade of every  gj |
man and every family that can  M |
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About Shoes
ist^.^i
make it possible to come here to Qp;;.
buy.     That our shoes are away 9jj{ j|
above the level of "just shoes," and ffi |
that our prices defy competition, Qj|
are facts that will assert them- ffl|
selves .if you will but   take   the 9p
mi
[nsure your property in companies I
their losses promptly and in full.     1
lowing arc copies ot' letters in respeel
two last claims made upon us, showing tha
(Hi!- companies   pay  promptlj   and
factorilv :
trouble to investigate.   If you would be interested
in seeing the best $3.50 or $5 Men's Shoes-., the best
^dut:,n^nlunnrav61 ffi  $3 and $3.50 Women's Shoes, the best $1.50, $1.75. M*
n^SiiH^^Bl   and $2 School Shoes-in fact, the best shoes any M \
$ stated price ever bought  for any man, woman or $
W child, you can see them here.    We are now talking u
�� Fall Shoes.   Already we have unpacked several d
w',-e se!"'':, V' W thousand dollars' worth.    Shoes have never been S
lii.Ve'wb   0^ sold cheaper than we are selling them this fall; $*
Tim.' i�� $3.50, $4.50 and $5 are the popular prices for Men's
83 Shoes; and $3 to $4  for Ladies'fine fall Boots.
gl Boys' and Girls' School Shoes command our special $
beam-ends because ,-'".:-   much of thi
freight   will   reach  it-   destination  af
j...,   the bi ason for which it  was    in
tended has i losed,   This means ftnan
(ial  disaster  an I    pi
donbt  if the strike
stant. i 'i'n now be a
corami rcial Interests of the DomI
are at .-take and we think it is
for the Dominion Governmenl to step
In and take absolute control of    the
sysleni   until   such   time  as  the   Company   who  are  universally  believed to
have i rred In this Instance can con-j
trol     li,    situation  themselves.     That,
something musl   be .lone    and    donol
quick   I.   sure, and ihe  demoralizing
of the trade Interests of the Dominion
by   a   Rallwaj Com] anj for political
purposes    must    be   stoppi i    and If i
necessary  the Governmenl must  tak
over  Hi.   entire  system  and   lei
have a trial of public ownership,
There would be   considern le    leeway betw. en    the   emu- i   profits
now made by a sysleni that is nol
working satlsfaciomlly and one operated  as  a  transportation  In  and   for
lhe interests of the whole | pi
the Dominion could    jusl    as
.���an-,  the finances on paper   as
Comimn;   rtoea.   It Is understood that
ii
n
attention.
We've Shoes for Everybody
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C
New Westminster, B. C.
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Uui na ij  l.aki . Se
v'-      -��� White, Shiles & Co.,
N'-w Westminster, n, c.
Gentlemen,    I   beg to    aci;no v.
: eci Ipt  of  .-.our  cheque,  JISOO.OU,    in
''"l1 settlement of raj claim under the
Connecticut Flre ('o's pollcj  upon n
dwelling ami contents, burned   V,
-,;ih-    Please   accept    mj  thanks for
your  prompi   and satisfactory  sei   i
menl of this claim.
Vours truly,
(Sgd.) GEORGE ISVKRY CLAYTON
New  \
������,:,,:;    ,���,
'.. Aug   21,  ',">-���
Messrs
While sin
& Co,
Cent
emen,   I   h
,���   this   daj    re
ceived
your chaqui
,u Bettlemeni    ol
loss  b;
lire   which
TCIIITell        jn        in.',
house,
\iiKiisi L6th,
Please accept n_j
thanks
for your prompi ness ami satl:
factory
Bettlemeni o
claim.
Respectfully
yours.
1
A
. HUDSON,
We represent the following old and |
reliable companies : ;J;
HARTFORD, Assets     $21,411,437.08 |
CONNECTICUT, Assets    ....    7,000,000.00 |
PHENIX, Assets    ....    9.101.107.CO W
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA, Assets 13,016,911,36 |
B   THE   CALEDONIAN   OF   EDINBOROUGH,   SCOTLAND,
S White, Shiles & Co. J
260   COLUMBIA   ST. :���
New Westminster, B. C. J ������huR
S0AV, .^EMBER  1��'
1908.
Tin: DAILY NE
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Tte CasliJW
T.  H.  Smith |Tk [ash Stores
Cut News
A n but strong on quality
the ********
FALL
Ready for Fall is the watchword in every department.
Never before have we been so supremely ready to
cater to your wants as this season.    Our increased facilities have enabled us to buy
at bottom prices, direct from the
manufacturers, thus saving the
H^hHI  middleman's profit.   H^^H
Artli
Kenzi.
Montr, il
coll, .
late   of I-'. ... .um.-.- a
ire, left yesterday for   J
wil] attend McGW ���
I    For cut Bows     lor any floral work,
ring up Tidy, the florist.   Phone 1S4. * ; {
)     The usual monthly meeting of   the  ���
Westminster   Benevolent  society   will:*
be held this afternoon a: 2:30 p.m.  in IX
ithe board of trade room. j
I     For first class cut flowers pot plants j*
! or bouquets, telephone   Davis & Son,,*      _________________^^^^^_^^_^___^^_^^^^^_      _._._._._._._._._._._.________
! aori8t8    Tel  B 208. ��  ���������������������������������^������^^^������^������������������������^������������������������������������^������^
I     A meeting will be held at the home
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
i
| big British Columbia lacrosse matches
to Spokiane.
I of   Miss   Helen   Walker   today,   when
, matters  in  connection  with the chil-	
Idron's ward fund will be discussed.      I    K.  j   ,-,,,,���  has been award..!  ���!,,'
The case against    a    man    named contract for the second section of the
Rou,:. for furiously driving an auto- >���<"'  Accord   road, and  the work  will
'mobile   on   Columbia   Btreet was ad-|De *'l'*hpi1  ,n ��'n>Plf',i"n
[Journed till Monday at the city police
JThe  m":r.
I clpalitj  has taken Immediate steps to
I
I
court yesterday.
gazette the third and last portion, ani
will then call for tenders for that por-
Miss Ella Walker will he at the resi- |tion of tlu, U(,rk.
I ,jence of    Mrs   Ch trie    Wai on,    190
Fourth street, From eleven o'clock un-|     . ..   billeting suo-cO-nrnlttee of the
til   1 p.m. on  Saturday.    *3ept, ]2,   "'jf.;,,  directors of the    provincial    ex-
ing rooms to let during exhibition
week will leave particulars with the
city hall janitor, l-_.  lloiilt.
\v. Norman Bole, K.C.. sends a num
ber of postcards of Irish scenes to his
friends  here.    He has  bep.n for some
time in Dublin,
Murdoch    Martyn.    Dominion    t::v
er, left the ltoyal Columbian hospital   yesterday afternoon  after  having  been a  patjenl    for   about,    two
weeks.    Mr.   Martyn    was    Buffering
��� i'i'ii.ents for
vo. al Insti ui tion.
her classes Iii | hil.it ion request that all persons hav-|from internal trouble.
Special Showing of Blankets
11. er 500 pair of Blankets to choose from.    We have picked the following
lines at random from our stock:
LOT 1.���Special White Blanket at $3.90.    A well known Canadian make.
���, soft wooly blanket; large size; regular $4.75, for $3.90
LOT 2.---A superb all wool,  large size,  blanket: Scotch make; a good
ip one for $6.00: can be had this week for $4.50
I.1 )T 3.---Extra large size family blanket for $5.25.- This has tievei- been
.1 on the coast: a magnificent all wool Canadian make; regular %%.50,
  $5.2$
i.< )T 4.���-$3.50 gray blanket for $2.90.    In dark gray wool and cotton, no
illii <_���. bul a nice clean make; this week $2.90
tt
Boys' Sweaters at Unheard Of Prices
dozen B<
3' Sweaters and Jerseys.     We are showing a full line
  . . 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50
I; i ��� ited on good a it hoi il 5 I hat
hjie Trader will make two trips a
I weeTt n.om Victoria to Westminster
I instead c ? change  to  corni;,^-
: *
*
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Into torci   il .ni early
date,
The poc ��� elongirig  .6  Bi
Henderson, ol Vancouver, containing
Cheques and locuments was claimed
by him from citj  police yesterday
afternoon.
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SOLE AGENT
IN
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For sale���Seven roomed liouse,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage liouse;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192Eighth ',*
street. **   ���
Mr. and Mrs. Dan Johnston, of El��� ���
sin, lefl yesterday afternoon for Owen ���
Sound mi: (.ther Ontario points, .
wHere thi . pro] "-���- Spending a three ���
months' holiday. > j
���
INew Westminster
FOR
Mrs.   (Dr.l   Hacking was       passen-
r on      .sterday   aftern J     east-
White Bedspreads at Wholesale Prices
Full double bed size,   at $1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75. $2.00, $2.25 and $3.00,
! fringed honeycomb Marsailles, satin, damask and English mercer-
H. S
[Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
bound ('. P. Ft. train, leaving fur Chi- X
cago and rtthei   e isti ��� n  cities,  where ���
she will . ;  *-,d smne time. j ���
Columbia:. , olli _���    '. .   reo ������      il  . I
a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15. Classes In  all 1
���tments will begin al  the   abo. ���
college. T
-.    Gymnasium    cla: for    th
general public will open a   th.   sam
: time _
ir may   be obtained  at   thi   chargi    *
**
of ���_.'��� each.
David   Hadden,    shingle
Hirer of    Cloverdale",    hat
  **   ���
I ���
manufac-   ��
returned  .
fr  a business * i ip east.    He reports  ;
asiness conditions in Ontario as anything but lively in his particular line.
A fire broke out in the burner of
the Uoyal City mills yesterday afternoon, small damage being done. The
, iir,md,-ii of No, i ball responded to a
call from box 6, the blaze being subdued shortly  after their arrival.
Not made to please the e>*e, but to \
please the  palate.    The  "B. C." and
"Old Sport" Cigars. **
���      E, V. Jones supported  the appllca-
Longines
Watch
Movement
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W. C. Chamberlin
���ooksley's This Week
j Picture :
XT CARDS
tion  made y.-sieiday before the  ��.i'''
-  ���-���    ,,,minis  i, ne:- :"r  a  record of    twenty
.." .        '.".     ..,,������!���- f,-���iii t'.'id .reek, a tributary of
(jet the tiablt       Seymour creek, tor an addition to the
! wat, r supply of the city of Vane mver.
-*- *.+<,<
we are gi
ving A Thing of Beauty
(AltK N
N BALE AT
[OREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE.
JCAMON'S CIGAR  DIVAN,  and
VCKENZIE'8 DRUG  STORE,
Bargains
-.I a joj  forei er, and our new
arrival  of Japanese  china   13
Tb,- fun, ral of the late G 'ge Pol
la,-,, takes place this afternoon to the
,,i.i fellows' cemetery Deceased,
who was an Australian by birth, was
a  lumber  inspector  at    the
ceiiall^^^^^^Hof
i mills.   He succumbed to a cardiac at
tacit   it the age of 13.
on our entire stock of
the various designs    In   our,    M,..    Veda    Leamy,    daughter   of
window,   and  it   will   pay   you ! jailU,_  Leamy,    crown   timber    agent,
Westminster
ansf er Co
Handbags
to see it before buying Christ-
mas presents for that friend
��� ,, the east. Only a limited
supply.
left yesterday tor the east, where she, *
will  studj   for  some    time.     She    Is
accompanied! en the journey by   her
aunt, who i.s returning from a vlsll  to
her lnother.
The Smile
That Won't
Come Off
!
from 50 Cents Lip today's 9pecial-Pansy Toilet Paper.
Six Packages for 25c.
i
18a-     nam 'Phone 137
Columbia Street.
��g'*B  delivered   promptly   to
aW Part ot the city.
1 ^d Heavy Haulini
_IE._l.a_. "
[OFFICE
"1 RAM DEPOT.
'Wome&Sons
\ and Decorators
m"te80n AU Work Given
tiwWwitminwtw
CURTIS'
Drug Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER
P.S.-C'an give you better value   on
spectacles than others.    We  tualfe a
specialty of this Un* .. - , -
TheY
air
240 Columbia Street.
\'w Westminster,
The building on Columbia street destroyed by flre early yesterday morning was the property of E. Herring, of
Alberta, not A. 2.1. Herring, of this
olty, White, Shiles & Co., as agents
for the owner, had the. building insured, while the late Mr. Dynes' loss
in the contents Is also covered by Insurance.
The    Spokane    Spokesman-Review
says:    "Fred J.  Lynch, a veteran lacrosse coach, who deserves, more than
II   any  other  man, credit    for    the    development or the famous  New  Westminster team, now champions of Canada, aud, of course, of the world���Is
, stopping for a few days at the Halli-
for cash and sell for the day hotel.   Lynch hopes to interest a
few  Spokane  men  lu  bringing some
Friday   Special���20   per   cent,   off
Tinware.
"We buy
same."
I
THIS IS THE WA. I MAKE PEOPLE HAPPY EVERY DAY.
NOT ONLY WHEN I PLACE THEIR INSURANCE AND SAVE
THEM REAL DOLLARS. BUT ALSO BY THE PROMPT MANNER
IN WHICH THE COMPANIES I REPRESENT SETTLE WHEN
LOSSES OCCUR, WHICH IS FROM ONE TO FOURTEEN DAYS
FOR   THE   LARGEST   CLAIMS.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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'      PAGE SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
SEPTEMBER,
Duel in the Dark
Ends in a
Draw
\Y. N. Draper
WE ARE USIflG PURE CAHAPIAN MILK IH
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
CakeaS, Medallions, Et.
Ivnmloops.   Sept.   9.    Wit li     bulb ts
a -;   ib, in.     Sp. cial     Con
..    e -   \\ elch   an i  Ba li. i   on   Sunday
.    .    foughl a battle with a man who
ptetl to ie ���,,..  into some fi i
cai    at   the C.  P.  K. yards and made
In,   , sea |ie   afti r   glv ing   the   ofBci rs
an - _(iting leu minuti   .
Welch was patroling the track- bi
tween   iwo   freight   trains   when     he
noticed a man skulking along Hie line,
liudowed him, but the man disappeared.    Constable  Baker  coming up
at  this  point,  the  two officers  instituted a  search  for the unknown  and
found lum entering a treighl car, having broken the seals.    ,\s soon :." ue
saw the constables he jumped to the
ground and ran along-the tracks, disregarding the command to halt. When
iic   found   Lhal   the   officers   were   in
hot   pursuit   be   drew   a   revolver  and
, mptied ii  al   them,  cutting   up   the
side of a car a  foot   from  where the
officers  -a ere.    Guided  by  the  flashe
from the robber's gun, Officer Welch
returned   the   Ri*c   bul   without   effi 11
and   the  man   managed  to  effect
escape,
Cowan's ^^^
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM  ALL OTHERS Iff
PURITY  AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The  COWAN  CO.,  Ltd.,  TORONTO
C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block, New Westminster, B t.
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth  St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE   37a
NOTICE
TO CONTRACTORS.
.yncpt'S
of    Canadian
Home
stead
Si ill I   ti
,n l.
Council ol
A i
North Weit
Regulations.
,i  ered  section  uf  Do-.      .��� nQQ
��� ������1-"",l,!,;'' ""^'"..;'"   ���
e^ptingSaud^ Qf theBon
a iy be homesteaded by
''____________
stent oi one-quarter sec-
Su
1     ..
troi
':.,
I��t
,..ou who is the sole bead oi   i
.  .      0Ver   IS years ol
:,.-��� ���
more or less.
must
: ������
'  BOWELL &  ODDY,  Proprietor*.
tiou-d ���    **
Application   Cor   entry
,    ii   ou  by  the applicant at
Lands Agency    or   sub-
district   in   Which  the
Entry by proxy may.
oil
'11
111 tt,
'Plana, in
:���������
Live] n
:nil��tetll
to,  I ������ a ��'��
ti j,
HILL
.hi   i louncll
i   t tl
his
VACCINATION IS ALLEGED
CAUSE OF GIRL'S DEATH
Edmonton, Sept. 9.���-As a result of
the death las: Saturday of Vivian
Victoria, the eight-year-old daughter
of W. A. Foley, provincial poultry
su;,,-rinleii,lent, a ureal deal of discussion has arisen annum those who
have been Interested in the case. Tbe
matter reached such a stage that thel
medical health officer, Dr. Whit.elaw,
yesterday demanded an Inquiry.
on August 20th last th'e child was
vaccinated by Sydney C. Main, assistant h, ilth inspector, at the offices of
the health department, and, i: is alleged, her death Is due to vaccination,
Liberal Convention
A Convention will be held at New
Westminster,
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 30, 1908,
(the second day of the Provincial Fair),
in the Hardman Hall, at 2 p. ni., for the purpose
of nominating- a candidate in the interests of the
Liberal party.
Primary meetings are to be held between the
22nd and 30th of September.
Each district association is entitled to send
one delegate for every fifty voters.
Credentials to be signed by the president and
secretary of the different district associations, or
the chairman and secretary of primary meetings.
NOTICE
Having  been  crowded out of  business, 1  offer  for  sale  my  whole  .-lock
and   equipments,  Cameras   nil  and
8-10, Stamps,  aud  two   view 5-7   and
;ii-li;  Lenses Voightlander 14-17 and
! half,   Harlot   8-10   ami   Derogee  * '' ���
back ami bead  grounds, mount--, fur-
'-^^^^^_
:.���!,.  at  an  agency
ditions by the father, moth-
ter, brother or sister ol
���   homesteader,
tead. i  is rejuired to ,
���   tend duties under one
,. foi owing plans'
(il    At least six months' residence
,;il  cultivation of the land  in
eai   tor three years.
A  Homesteader  may,   if  lie   so
,   j, ,,  perform the    required    rusi-
,. ace  dutb-s  by   living  on    farming
and own. I   solely   bv   him.   not less
Mew   W
I��, 0. Bos   11 I.
K'
= 14
balance   of  this month.
CORNISH'S  STUDIO
Estimates   Submitted
..Westminster
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID. Proprietor,
Mat
Wrought   Iron   Gates,   hencei, Crt,t.|
ings,   Bal ngs, m
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work t^\
BLACKSIYIITHING
	
Office  and Works:
Tenth Street,  ���   New les
City Voters' List
niture, stoves, burnisher, trays,  Hash
lamps, etc., etc. A large assorment ,,,,,,. eigbty (S0) acrea ln ^em, in
of Picture Frames and amateui ,,��� ,u;u,., ,,- his homestead. Joint
mounts.    Photos one-quarter off  for own���rship In land will not meet this
requirement.
13) ll the father (or mother, if the
father is leceased) of a bom, .,;���, l< i
nas permanent residence on farming
land  owned solely   by   him,   not  less
  than  eighty  '.**".   acres  In  extent,  in
ithe ��icinity of the homestead, or up
Notice is hereby    given    thai    the on a homestead  entered  for'by him'
voters' Ust for the year 1908 has been  ln the vicinity, such homesteader may
completed, and that ihe same may beI perform his own residence duties by
seen   at   this office   tor   thirty     days   Uy|ng with the father  (or mother),
from the d.ne hereof;  and any person       (4)    Tno term "vicinity" in the two
who shall  claim to  be added  to the  preceding   paragraphs  Is  defined    asIAmerica.
said  Voters-   List, or any elector  who  meaning not more  titan nine miles In       ^h oug
shall desire to have any name erased   i direct  line, exclusive nf the width class  Sle.
Canadian Pacifitl
RAILWAY COMPANY
If   you    a il.'    to
,:  ro     '. a
Travel bj  th. Ratltaj tt
J. W. MacDonald, President,
 I W. J. Cunningham, Secretary.
New Westminster Liberal Association.
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J
therefrom, must prefer his or ber request in writing, signed with his or
her name, and shall deliver or cans,
same to be delivered, to the City Clerk
! within the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office. City Hall, New
Westminster, Sept, 4, 1908.
HAS  DENIED  CHRIST j
AND    RANKS   AS   PAGAN   |
St.   Pi :��� .- .in . .   Si pt,  '.'     The   Holy
>;. u< il      addressed     an     app< al     to
elievers no    lo participate in the
i eh   rations lasi   Wednesday  in honor
of Counl I..,- Tolstoi's eighi loth    irth-
on   tli     ground   ' hal   lhe    honor |
���  ,  ��� .   I  an  i pponent   oi   lhe chu ch
���a   stumbling   block   to  the
ut I  p. i si 'i - of weak faith. The
��� !,,- :   i     'narked   for   ii -     ' itter
ige.   "Tolstoi denied the Sa. i iur
11 "in the ch n ch " il - iy:-
Sim ��� i   ha - ranked among the
pagans.    II, -  iim>-,   ahsl    i    from
ich a man in   irdet lti save
oil     ' :'   ���. m   the judgmi ���    i    God."
All Iron Wringers
Tenders
NOTICE   TO   PLUMBERS.
GERMAN  SPY CAUGHT
BY  FRENCH   OFFICERS i
I. >'. leans, Prance, Sepi. :>. -The    po- I
ave ��� ��� ri . te 1 a German - pj whi'e
attempting lo I ribe a   French  soldier !
to abstrai I  important   [larts of a  Held ,
n      \n   in li\ idual   describing   himself as an  agent   i I  a  Gei man  brew- j
��� ���  .  : ��� cen l>   got   into communication <
u n in   who,   however,
indantoftheGe
Ion, v. ii h the resull that
nd I hi   i lei man  wa
I,    The  police   who
i., ���    ��� i tl ���   capt -
ii greatest
With guarantee rollers made of the highest grade Para rubber.
We have the wood frames withenclosed cogs. In washing machines
we have the Knall, Paragon, 20th Century, He-acting, and other
makes.    Call  and  see  our lines.
T. J. Trapp  & Co.,  Limited
Tenders are called for the plumbing oi the lew Wesl End school
house. Plans and specification^
can he se. n al the Citj Hall.
Tenders  musl ua I.   on form sup
plied and  as  noted  on specifications
A  chequf
'  : oad  a lowanoes crossed    In    the
measurement
..-, i a bomestea lei Intending to
ierform his residence duties iu ac-
ord an i with the a:,ove while living
with  pa:, nts or on  fanning land  I wn
,"l by himself must notify the agenl
for thi   district of such Intention.
Six months' notice hi writing must
Be given to tbe Commissioner of H"
minion Lands al Ottawa, of lnt< nl ion
to applj  for patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputj of the Minister of the Int. rioi
N.   B.���Unauthorized  pui      ti n    f
this   a I ,*ertlsement  will  not   be
, for.
Eastern Es
Atlantic \J\
For furthi ��� partli 18    ,:.i rseitj
t;ons apply H	
ED. GOULET,]
or to E.  ,1.  COYLE.
Asst. Genl, Pa -   Ut. v
SOCIET.ES.
I, O. O. F.���AMITY )D(jE NC Hi
The regular mee '       H
are held ln Oddfi --I
bla street, ever) M ��� lay <s*ma\
at 8 o'clock.
Tenders Wanted
Pub]     Lendi       ..���   requi   'It
  \\ ��� school.     Plan
.. , ,,���.,,,-   for 10 pei  cent, of value of  tlon     an   ���    een al the   Citj    Hall,
eontracl  musl accompany tender, the  Tei .. e made on
same to be  forfeited  if contract,,;   ri    plied and as noted   on   specifli
fusi    to accept contract. Tenders musl    \.   ��� .,.   10 per cent,   il   calu<   ol
be  in  the   hands  of the secretary  oflcontract  musl   a , ifti] inj   ten er, thi
��,.  O.  U.  W.���FRASER LOC -:*':!|
���Meetings tl ��� "'I
dav    in     ea, h 4
brethren cor: '-l
l_odge room. ;l
fellowa'  i' -
the school board not later th in twleve
noon. Mondaj 21st of Si ptem e . 1908.
Lowest or any tender nol  necessarily
accepted.
ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary.
���   :,'    e fo   elted   t con ractor r<
, ontract. Ti n lers must
e in  the hand
I     lhe     S'-'-l'  *.'1'>      I
the s< hool  board nol  later than twelve
no m, Friday, 11th ol September, 1908
Lov , bi or any  lender nol  ni cessarllj
COURT  BRUNETTE, No. 4099, \H\
���Meets the  f
month  at   8  o ' * "ai"1
hall, Oddf.
FRATERNAL   ORUtR  OF EAGLj
Ai :���;������ No. 20    ''I ' ''���
evening   at   B *�� ^
hall,    Colui
W. Pres.;  n   S
I ace, pted,
Week - End  Excursion
ROBERT LENNIE,
Se, reta
I
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS    *      I
PERANCE meel ;|
a,  8 o'clock p. m��� iu uaJto^l
hail, Co umbl i - :
TO
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\ Schools Have Opened j
chilliwack        Notice to Contractors
S.S.   RAMONA;
*OINo OF  GOTLAND dENEfjjl
SOCIATION, LORD OFTHJJJ
CAMP, 191.���M...-trtoiilheFW��|
Tuesday of ever. ""��*��
Third
K. of
will make special trip   on Saturday
Sept.  12, for ciiiliiwii-k Races   leav
ing B. C. Ik Ry. wharf al 6:30   n.m..
returning  leave Chilliwack on Situ,br. ,
Sepi. 13, al  7 a.m.
Chilliwack   will  be  reachi d    about
I 12:30, gl i ing \ i-itor.   ample time    to
this  famous  vallej  In    its    verj ,
LOGGER    KILLED
BY    FALLING    TREE
Bo;
and   should   have     the     "'���  '    '.
.     .     .       13, C .  Si pt    '���>.    E.   ...
ning ���>���' Si.Peti r   Creel   nei r Mal,
Wn., dii d nt  I he hospital  here today.
 ��� i v, .i< cutting saw logs wben
a tree on which he whs working broke
He ran down bill and before reaching
,, safe point he vans bit by the bun
.,:. | pinned to the ground, sustaining
nt. .-ini Injuries which resulted ln bis
death.
His son narrowly escaped the same
fate,   the tree  just   grazing   him   as   it
fell.
and   girls  nre  bard  at.   worl
material foi-tiieir work.   MacKay's book store is always the
place to gel   it.
$.���
best :;���-���
ll
J.J.MacKay&Co.
  .   ��� _ T T-. 1
busiest.
Fare  for   round  trip $2.50.
Chilliwack freight only wlll
cepted on this trip nol latei
p.m. on  llth inst.
H. WHITMORE, Secretary
be nc
than  i
Soiled tenders will be recelyed by
the undersigned tip to noon of Tue.
day, s,pi. Sth, foi the erection and
completion oi proposed Oddfellows'
lie: on Eighth and Oai ni rvi a
si rei
Plans and specification maj be
seen ,,i the office of C. H. Clow, Ar-
chltei t.
I owe ' or any ten.ley not   nei e
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Chairman <d Committee.
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MR. COYLE  IN  VANCOUVER
Vancouver,   Sept.   9.   ('.   I',.   Poster,!
dlstrkt   passenger   age,,,   of   the   <'a |
an  Pacific   railway,  Toronto, has,
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here on Thursday, and will enter npr-m
his new duties at once,
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have for the coming season a very complete line of
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SEPTEMBER  10,  1908.
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Too much money is spent on useless advertising
by city merchants every month. Many columns
might be written on the folly of using certain
advertising mediums, but the moral in the end
would be that there is only one really sure remunerative advertising medium.
<TkeDaily Paper
Reaches customers past, present and prospective, in all parts of the city and district.
These people read the advertisements, study
the bargains offered, and realize the need of
goods the merchant has for sale.
TELL the story of your store offerings to the
public early in the morning, through
the medium of Westminster's morning
newspaper.
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The Retail Merchants' Association ot Chatham '.3 a level-headed
organization. At a recent meeting newspaper advertising was
dlacussed, and the general opinion
of the members was that newspaper advertising was the best, and
program and other advertising ot
that class waa almost, useless.
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MAKB5 YOUR CAKES LldHT.
MAKES VOUR BISCUITS LIOHT.
MAKES VOUR BUNS LIOHT.
MAKES VOIR LABOR LIOHT.
MAKES VOIR  EXPENSES LIOHT .
Order from your Grocar.
E.W.GILLETT gfffftfS
TORONTO.ONT.
RACES AT CHILLIWACK
WILL BE WORTH SEEING
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Notice
Notice is hereby given that the Vancouver Power company, Limited, has
this day deposited lu the Land Registry Office at the City ot New Westminster,  British  Columbia,  the   plan
and book oi reference of the  West-
mlnster-Chilliwack Hallway Extension
I from a point ai or near lots one and
[two,  city  block   four  in  the  City  of
I .Vew Westminster, to Ah otsford pass
ing through    the    Municipalities    of
Surrey, Delta,  Langley,  Matsqui  and
Ithe  townsite  of   Ahbotsford   In    the
District ,,r  New   Westminster,  being
! section  one, two  and   three of  said,
| railway, as ahown on the said plan and I
, approved and sanctioned by the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Work,  foi
Ithe Province of British Columbia.
Dated this 7th day nf August, A. D.
11908.
A. E. BECK,
Solicitor tor the Vancouver Power
i Company Limited.
Department ot Agriculture
j Northern    Indian    Tribesmen    Become
Crafty in Acts of Guerrilla Warfare���Englishmen Murdered
Simla, India, s ,     9     British tn
' are 1 oncenirating at Peshawur to - 1
press a fresh uprising ol Northern Indian trili, 'Sin, mi.
Warned by thi n e thej suffered
when herded together and shot down
bj the British a few months ago, the
natives have spilt into small raiding
parties and ave ravaging the countrj
all along the frontier.
Tho scattering character of the campaign makes it especially difficult, for
'he British to deal with the revolt
and officers In the field are agreed
that it will probably lake month- to
put it down. Dozens of different detachments musl be si-lit out to cornel
and subdue the various small parties
of  rebels.
The latter are particularly active
along the Peshawur-Shebkagar road.
They have murdered 1 number of
English natives and several English
men and secured an immense amount
of plunder.
The I.Inula Kbel, l.'tman  Khel,  Kan-
ri llafi.s and Utmanzai tribes are
involved in the uprising,    which    the
native priests are suspected    of   en-
:ing.
Special Arrangements Being
Made for Cheap Transportation From This City.
DYNAMITE EATEN 6Y STEERS,
THEN TERRIFIC EXPLOSION
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���; Sale of Government Quarantine Steamer " Earl."
Tenders are Invited for the purchase ol the Government Quarantine
Steami - E iri," lying at the Quarantine Station at William Head, British
Columbia.
The sale will  be made for cash.
The hlghesl or any tender will not
ned ��� .-ani..    > ���  accepted,
Sealed ti n lens  addressed    to    the
undersigned  and   endorsed    "Tenders tree
for Purchase of Steamer "Earl," will |
e received al this office up to Tues
flay  the. 15th  September. 1908,  at   12
i o'clock   noon
By order,
A. L. JARV1S. Secretary.
Department, of Agriculture. Ottawa,
Tth August, 1908.
N.B.���Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from
the Department will not b . paid for it.
lh,   Saskatchewan   Courier   tells  a
tragic  dynamite  story  to  all  readers
handling   dangerous   explosives.    The
narrative   concerns   Oskar Ruff,    the
owner  of   two  steers,  in  the   vicinity
of Regina. winners of many prizes and
medals   al   exhibitions,   including   the
recent  one  1 ,  tnat  capital city.    The
.allocking del ,.'.-  is chronicled are tbat
the fanner  , :. I heen  using dynamite
in clearing a Held of stumps of trees;
thai mi,- evening he hid the explosive
in a fence corner, where the two animal-  foun I  il  and  ai   it.    The next
morning  the  farmer,  not  finding  his
dynamite, and realizing what bad become  of  it.  became  so enraged  thai
he picked up a large stone and hurled
it at the two stei rs, wiiich were quietly feeding side by side,   His aim al is!
was only   too   good.   In the nexl Instant  a  frightful explosion   occurred,
and there was no hlng left ol the two
steers but a tail, which was found on
a  neighh iring fai in,  wound  around  ''
I he progress of the horse races
arranged bj the Chilliwack Driving
Park association n,\> Saturday looks
good. Special transportation arrangements have been mad" from Vancouver, Victoria and New Westminster,
In order that the start of the Taces
may be seen. They commence at one
o'clock sharp. Ponies must be mens-
ured by IX H. McKay, at his stables,
and a certificate lodged with the secretary at the time of entering. No
entries will be taken on the grounds,
and the latest hour is 6 p.m. Friday
night.
The events are as follows;
Trot or pace, three in five, $1"'0.
Free-for-all, trot or pace, three ia
tive, $200.
Farmers' race, trot or pace, for local
green horses, amateur drivers, $75.
Running pony rue, 1 I.-J and under,
half mile heats, I wo in three. , ,���. .,
weights, $7...
Running race, open, one mile dash,
catch weight, $100
Indian race, open to all Indians,
half mile best two in three, $26.
Half mile hurdle race, ovw >ix
hurdles, all horses to carry not less
than   140  pounds.   $50.
All money to be divided 60, ~u< and
15 per cent.
A special even: is the three-quarte?
mile hurdle race over three hurdles,
eligible only to members of the Chilliwack Hunt club and horses that, have
run in the club.
CHEERS EOR YANKEES,
EOVE EOR HOMELAND
Australia's Welcome to Uncle
Sam's Fleet Furnished Excuse to Root and Yell.
NEW   STEAMSHIP   LINE
FROM   SAN   FRANCISCO
MAIL CONTRACT
SEALED TENDERS   addressed   to
the Postmaster-General, will ,be received at Ottawa until noon on Friday,
the Second October, for the collection
I of letters on a proposed contract for
tour years, from the proposed Street
; Letter Boxes in the City of New Westminster, from the Postmaster-General's pleasure.
Printed notices containing further
: information as to conditions of pro-
posed Contract may be seen and blank
i forms of Tender may be obtained at
Post Offices of New Westminster and
Sapperton and at the office of the
P isl  Office Inspector.
JOHN R. GREENFIELD,
Poet Office Inspector
Pont Office Inspector's Office, Van-
ouver,  B.C.   21st  August,   190S.
San Francisco, Sept. !>.���Announcement v. as made today of the purchase
by I-:, ll. Harriman from John D.
Spreckels of tbree large steamships
which formerly composed the liners of
the Oceanic Steamship company, plying between this city and Australian
ports.
The liners will hereafter run from
this city to Ancon. the Panama canal
town. Lately the vessels have not
been in commission, it being unpmfit
able to operate, them without a subsidy, whicli was refused by the govern-
ment.
Opening   Grand  Trunk   Pacific.
Winnipeg, Sept. 9.- F. W. Morse,
vie, -president of the Orand Trunk
Pacific, announced today that the
Grand Trunk Pacific will be opened
for freight and passenger traffic to
Wainwright, 666 miles, on September
fourteenth.
"THE
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Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service'Between^
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
I ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL j K Hardman.   A.Jame..  J. McClughan
I TIME PROVINCES. j
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and! pi IJMRING
j PHILADELPHIA, viaJNiagara Falls.' rmwoiiw
For Tirn�� Tables, etc.. adSress      I       and    HEATING
GEO. W. VA'JX. I
l^-i^ Street    Trust Blocl
London. Sept. 9.���Th, governor of
Victoria. Sir Thomas Gib on Car-
michael on behalf of all the ministers,
has sen' a cablegram to Lord Crewe,
secretary of state for the colonies in
London, that events in connection
with the visit of the American Beet at
Melbourne will only strengthen, it
that is possible, the feeling of loyalty
whl( b is so deeply rooted In Victoria.
Hon. Alfred Deakin, ihe premier ot
the Commonwealth, has also issued a
statement which bas been made pub
lie here, explaining in a similar way
thai the reception of the Americans
does not imply any failure to
recognize the kinship of the mother
country of Great llrltaiu's naval
power.
TUPPER HAS DECIDED
TO SHUN TORY POLITIC
Gallant  Knight Declares He  Has   Not
" 1.red   His   Mind   Concerning
Helping  Conservatives.
O 1 the ( i estion of whether he would
be a candidate in Vancouver, Sir
Charles Hibbert Tupper yesterday
made ibe following written statement:
"It is perhaps sufficient to refer you
to my letter addressed to the Conser-
vative convention of Pictou not long
ago when resigning the nomination
for that county. In that communication I endeavored to make it clear that
I hid not only decided to withdraw
my name as a candidate for Pictou,
but also that I did not intend to take
an;, active part, in the coming campaign. 1 have not changed my decision. "
LACROSSE PLAYERS
ARE BADLY BATTERED
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & CO.
Ottawa, Sept. 9.���Ernie Butterworth,
the Capital lacrosse player, who w.as
slashed In Saturday's match with
Montreal by Mike .\ngus, has been
taken to St. Luke's hospital, where
it is feared he will lose an eye. Billy
Starrs is laid up with a broken collarbone, and his right shoulder dislocated . They are both in bad shape
and will not be able to play lacrosse
this year, and perhaps never again
will they line up on an athletic field.
Big Company for Cariboo.
London, Sept. 9.���The Canadian Al-
luvlals, Limited, has been formed with
a capital of $375,000, to acquire the
mining property at Little Valley, Cart-
boo, B. 0.
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i;   ,'��� !������ no io the standard  savi
thosi    :....ii   three  Japanese    restaur
ants   v\ hi< h   showed   \ erj   lov   as   re-
itter    fats,      However,   up m
warning   them   am!   then   making   an-
est,   tin se  were   also sai I
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case ol  iul cl ous disease iu the city.
Street  Improvements.
A  petition  of residents  on    Tenth
rei    Uet wei a Eighth and Tenth avenues asked  the council  to proceed at
once  with  the  work of clearing    and
grading Tenth street, as they were deprived   of  city   water   and   light,     and
Nothing but Salt ��� and such
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nn udation 1 hi Pacific Coasl Assocla
tion of Fire ebb E asked for the at
lend nie- of v>, .tminster's flre chief
at the sixf - nt li annual i onvention at
Victoria on Sept. 28, 30, and Oct. 1.
Ri rei i, ! to ih    nre committee to act.
A  da ���'  thi   annual    visit    to  C
quit lam   i     ��ill he Bxed at the council meeting on Monday night,
Tie- manager al the fcVovlncial ex
hibition w rote asking for the alloc,
lion of a site on Prospect park for
the Simon Praser memorial. Aid.
Johnston suggested thai the council
lie requested to meet al an earlj date
, ven access to their home*, the trails a| .,.,, Crescentj and select a site, and
being very unsatisfactory. The com- ^ . v. ;|_ carrje(j
mimical ion was referred to the hoard! .	
T  of works to ad,
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Sixth and Eighth, and a crossing from
Seventh  avenue to  -Mood,,  square on
Eighth stveet,    Referred to lhe board
ANDERSON I
& LUSBY
252 COLUMBIA STREET,
New Westminster,  B.  C.
"Uncle Josh Perkins."
Tbe   richly   proline     rural     comedy
drama, "I'ncle Josh Perkins." is down
for a  return   visit  to  the opera  house
tonight.     The   play  of   which     Uncle
* Eighth street,    Referred to the noara ,,,-,. ,.    .    ���   tl
.                                                                          Josh  is   the   central   figure,   possesses,]
���'":   works- 'merit  of the real sort  and at   times  i-
��� * I'"-'''""1 of CUlnese d,VW "'L' al; roundly   melodramatic and   stren<lon.
-%] tention of the council to the - ate oi
��� Mclnnes street, asking lhat the side-
X walk should be Improved, and thai the
"   condition of the street itsell   liould be
improved.    Referred  to  the  board of
works to act. t
A  Lesson to  Others.
h    \    innes   of Vancouver,    lis-ked
u.   a.  jones,  oi The (.hartlcl(.r of rncle josh is om>
for a street to be opened uj through
the centre of suburban  block  6, lots i
11   29 and 30, according    to promise.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quail*".
T. A. MUlR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
and teaches a good, wholesom^ lesson
all the way through the **J<n,r :K.ts.
The atmosphere of both r.arm and city
life -annates the I'l,'^'. connected by
a pretty tinge of fomance, coupled
with brusque ni.dRculine sympathy and
l-aaMfral coun'.ty attractiveness.
Thi
���"that   the.  auditor never grows weary
, of, in its repetition*, it is full of rug-
,sedness, honesty and sincerity and at
Aid. Henley, in supporting the ^Lmes qnite picturesque, combined
ence   lo   the   board of  works,   sak    It> ^ ^.^   ^^   shrew(lneSs
was the first time real estate ...en had  anfl  gim go    chararteTlstic    of
done what they promised. (Laughter.) ^ ^ ^^ ^
Misce.llaneous.
a  a I and Inch priced specialties, by artists
The report of  Chief  Watson stated ^  ^ ^^ to
four  tires bad  been  attended during | J^   ^^    ^^
August    A number of applications Wr!^  ^ ^
permission to lay material on streets,:
iand crossing sidewalks, were received:
and    permission   granted   under   the
i supervision of the board of works. An
application of the residents of Alice
and Bushby streets for a street light:
int the corner was referred to the light
committee to report.    A lamp will be,
.placed at the corner of Hospital and
Blair streets, Sapperton.
.1. A. Motherwell, .secretary, wrote
on behalf of the Westminster Lawn
Tennis club, complaining that the July
bill for watering the courts was $19.95,
and  in  Augusl   $2.11.    This    was    in
' snite of the fact thai less water than
i      '
usual  was  used,  only   two  courts  being watered. Tb,- communication was
: referred   to   the   water   committi ���   to
report.
I;,'ports of the finance committee,
j formally approving the vote of $2000:
in the provincial exhibition, ami the
lighting committee, recommending the
payment of a bill for seven months
for ibe Canadian General Electric
company, for $5809.26 was approved,
as also a bill for $330.54 for the
Canadian Westinghouse company.
Tbe application of the school trustees   for   the  janitors  al   the    Central
schools to be sworn in as special con-
Tel. 113. otoce   Eight street,  stables  was referred  to    the    police
icommi sion   with   a   favorable  recom-
harmonize!
introduced    from j
time to time through tho various .acts.,
HOUSE OF
QUALITY
I. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waten,
Family trade  a specialty.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   E.   C.
LANGLEY
160 acres   at $13 an acre.
You can make 50 per cent on your
money before Xmas by buying this.
Diamond & Corbould,D
ominion Trust
Building
Fall and    |
Winter
Underwear
We have all grades arid
weights from the best
manufactured, -- Penman's, Stanfield's, Brit-
ania, etc.
Give us a trial and let
us show you what value
we have.
ft
���_H_a___________________a_______HHM
What's Up
at Chilliwack. "The New City on the Praser" may be sun without
much loss of time, bj taking in the wei I. end excursion bj Bteamer
Ramona on
Saturday Next
J. EUGENE
BROWN
& CO.
leaving H. C. Electric wharf at 6:30, and going straight through to
Chilliwack. Returning will leave Chilliwack al 7 a.m. Sunday
morning.
Round Trip Ticket, $2.50
MORSE   RACING
all Saturday afte.noon, and the boat will arrive at Chilliwack in
time for first race,
Good  Hotel Accommodation
Fonr good hotels, includlug lhe new Empress hotel, just opened, containing forty bedrooms, and oak furniture throughout,
d'ho City of Chilliwack possesses two up-to-date livery stables,
which will thus afford you an opportunitj of driving over some of
lhe ninety miles o f good r��ads iii Chilliwack, ,,-:', properlv seeing
THE  GARDEN  OF  THE  FR6.SER VALLEY."
CLOTHIERS and
HABERDASHERS
Bargains
Every Day
At Morey9s
40 piece Tea Sets, English China,  $4.50 to  $20.00.
in piece Toilet Si t . decorated,
$2.50 to $10.00.
.MOW things In China arriving
every week now.
Come ami Bei.
���n
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street
l
THE FALL DISPLA Y
 of	
Ladi
l%Zo
SUITS,
Skirts and Coah
Is a Popular Event
Hundreds of New Coats have arrived during the
past few days. Skirts in an immense variety have
been added to an already large stock, and Ladies'Pall
Suits or Costumes at special prices are worthy of
your notice.
Visit the Ready-to-
Wear Department and
examine these new garments during this
SPECIAL
DISPLA Y
Now Taking
Place
Stylish Coats for the Girls
We have never shown a mon   extensive  range of Children's and Misses coats,    We
tion io and exercise ear,- in th    selecl    ;��� of coats  tor the young.    Mothers   wanl   th
their children as well as thej do foi  themselves,     This is one reason thai   Collisti
after.   Customers can get  reliable  (   en     coats   here    lepend    i|   n        for that.
are made of such  materials as, Cheviot   Serge,  Fancj   Stripe    and Chi   ks, Venetian  n
variety   of  colors.
BTlng the young folks in and w,   .i'i try to please them if we trj nn every coal in the
Among the New Dress Goods
The  new   fall   fabrics are   meetin ���
with  great  success.
We anticipate a big demand for Buch
materials as the Broadcloths Venetians, Cheviots, Plain Dark Colo etl
Strips   and   Fine  Serges,
A   complete   ran
:���   " lines   , na d
nosi  ��� xacuns
We tak,
,   ,   ie ��
colors   in   all
to  please the
��� -  lire  in  show mn
- d .    \���;. to se,, them.
Dark
Striped
TWEEDS
60c per yd.
An exceptional line of good
weight tweeds in stripes only.
Dark narrow stripes most desirable materials for children's
school dresses and Ladles'
skirts.
Fine
NAVY
SERGES
Besl English fine twilled
serges, with bard dust proof
finish pei  . ard  . . . .45c to $1.15
French Venetians In a large
range of colors, a cloth which
has a good weigh! and bright
serviceable finish in shades of
Brown, Navy, Green, Cardinal,
Fawn. Grey, Reseda and Black,
per pard .. 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.35
Cheviot
SERGE
SUITINGS
Plain   all   wo��    Cl
mast in*
1 lie
among this ���'" '
lonable    fabric      Duriffl
hi
, i-iv,'
as:  wei
popular   fall  ""'::'
,   ,.   forP��
750 and ���*
th
this   favorite
yard
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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