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 jite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
|LUME2, NUMBER 130
White, Shiles & Co
S.* locative ^
REAL ESTATE
0 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER,B. C, FRIDAY MORNING
  / ��� v
, OCTOBER 4. lAfc
0C1 5.1907
Rainfall Affects
TWELVE  PAGES
ndance
he thousand people came
\rfrom Vancouver, yester- |
e to attend the Provincial
hibition.
Five   hundred  arrived from
Bellingham and other Wash- j
ing ton Slate cities, and more
are coming to-day.
T
BRAVE RAIN
TO ATTEND BIG FAIR
Eleven thousand six hundred
and eighteen persons passed
the turnstiles before ten
o'clock last night.
Twenty-five thousand spectators expected to witness
the great lacrosse match on
Saturday afternoon.
BOTH TEAMS MANAGE
TROUBLES GROWERS     TO WARD Off EATE
asportation Trouble and Cellar Championship of B.C.
[her Matters of Interest Lacrosse Association Still
Iscussed by Fruit Growers     Undecided���Score  4 All.
Inclement Weather Caused Immense Crowds to Gather in
Industrial and Agricultural Buildings Throughout the
Day, and Exhibitors Were Kept Busy Explaining Things
YOUNG HEROINE IS      BIG LACROSSE MATCH
SUITABLY REWARDED       EXCITES INTEREST
e n
rapi;   transp i I -
I .   Is for fruil e ....
|;.: thi ..    ; problem, wen
mattei _ which were briefly dls-
at ei !:������ ��� ling ol thi   B. i.'. I'i'i i
The   Vancouver   anl   Maple   Leaf
���      -��� ', am   ; layed a ti.' game yes-
la) aftei i: - ii. al Queen's park, the
score  al   the  en 1  of the-  play   beln^
four-four,   The match  was  the third
ation, which was held   In   the   provincial exhibition   lourna-l
���   di   In 'he board  ol    trade   ::   -v and was to decide tbe occupants
: ngements   were  made   '"  thlrd  ana  fourtn   P<,sili""  '"  the
,��� ihe_H  ijuestlons duo attention
me e ting di ib.- assoo'-a-
��� ivi ae in the dlty ol
a on thi   i bird  Wedne iday m
Notwithstanding the very Inclement. One ol thfi earliest ol thi day's Bpe-
state of th- weather, the Provincial ,gai attractions was tbe parade oi ihe
fair at Queen's park was patronized
by no less ihan 11,618 persons yesterdaj . Vancouver day.
The  gate  money   is  exactly  :Jf,000;
Humane Society's Vellum New Westminster Sports
Presented to Miss Suther- Back Local Team Against
land by Premier McBride.     Tecumsehs With Real $$.
prize winning stock.horseB ami team.-,
to witness which an enormous crowd
was assembled.   Following this came
Just at an hour when the Industrial
More people wil. see the New West-
bulldlng at Queen's park  was  m  its   mlnBter-Tecumseh   match  ar.  Queen'3
most crowded state last night, Tviayor
Keary stepped upon the bandsta.id In
the centre, accompanied  by Premier
even tni I ting     was  he] 1
.  | irpose <ef deciding ou
tor holding the an>
|:. ��� tin ge :  ;ie<   association, and
:.-��� b    ������-��� am for the tSeetlng,
cited   ibove were Buggeat-
i ol discussion at t-be an-
leeting, and no; only were they
grave  tmportaif&e, but
��� aben  d!   tbe   association
pinions oa  the Bub-
Mr.   Payne,  of   Mission  City,
��� inspcutation question. Hei
Is" ���������<    - asoa why tin- ranchers
���-���   fruil and allow tbe rail-
p��mpaalei   to  spoil  it.    He   re"-
'.ei his own p.'-. ���. Mission City,
fruit, :..   (tttted,  is often  left
Id in tbe cars nu:it  some or it
I Hi ii Ing taken away by
P   R     One   nf   tli"  greatest
���������: ry  growers al   Mis
sin : at  the station
'cn "  -    ���   ���   ill  While waiting
'rr-    '��� note   ������ as ma le oi  this
���'  ��� "i:���;.-. an I th -TV
��� ' ed to  :,-'."i":l;.   the de-
tournament. As it is both teams may
claim third position and the cellar
apartments can ge> hang. The prizes
if MOO and $300 offered by the IIA.
& l society for the tains winning
thrill and fourth positions respectively
will be divided evenly.
Yesterday's match wns a poor exhi-
bition   nt'   lacrosse   taken   altogether.
shorl  ui ihe sum paid in on the cor- ; the lacrosse match between the Van
responding day last  year for aViniis- ] couver and  .Maple Leaf teams.
Sion.    Vesterday's  weather was,  how-.     in  the evening a  highly  successful
evi r, even more depressing in Its in-   instrumental concert was given by Pie McBride, the Itev. Or. Taylor, escort-
fluence than on tbe third day of the   band of the Sixth  regiment, Vancou-' iny Miss Sutherland, C. J. South, tbe
last  fair, the rain  falling longer and | ver,   and   an   exceedingly  interesting li. C. representative of the Royal Ku-
more .persistently than on that occa- ] and popular feature was the presen- mane society, London, Eng.   The oc-
fion. i tation of the Royal Humane society's casion  was the presentation to Miss   that may  be beard from one end of
The various sections of the exhibi-' vellum certificate for bravery to Miss Sutherland   of  the  greatly  esteemed1 the  ,mvn  t0 lh/e othei. ,()  j.,,ini tha(
park on Saturday than h'is viewed any
lacrosse match on the coast In years.
This assumption is borne out by the
wide interest which the match is creating in this city and Vancouver. One
has only to listen to the conversations
tlon awakened a keen interest among
the crowds of visitors, nnd throughout the day stall-keepers were kept
usy witn enquiries and orders. In
Sockeye Row, showmen of all kinds
were doing a roaring trade.
Some  of the  most  important   por-
The wei gras rendered the players tions of the judging were carried out
Insecure on their feel and much wild during the day, the pigs, dogs anel
throwing resulted, bul there were a gome of the cattle exhibits being ad-
number of poor    plays    which    the  judioated   upon.
weather  cannot   be  held   responsible, .. _	
for. I
The match was rough all through,
pri ably the roughest thai has taken]
place in the city for many years.
Three or four men were ofr fhe nelel
several times ami on one occasion
there wen- five rrn-n lined up against
tli'' fence. Tho, water pal] was in
good demand to revive knocked out
players, and jusi a few minutes before
the end <if the game (he services of .1
doctor  -was   called   to   rtMilace   Raflph
It is the most generally discussed topic of the day.    The splendid showing
Itcrosse tournament.
Ravey's slrouldei in its socket.
The Bcore being a tie at the end of
the time,  the  referees Insisted  upon
Sutherland. .vellum   certificate   of  the   Royal   Hu-I
Today the most notable item will' mane society. ,
perhaps be the contest for the jiu fit- Mayor Keary having briefly indicates championship. Given fine weather ed the object of the moment, called ; made by the Toronto team against
tiere is certain to be a very large at- upon C. J. South to inform the vast the Vancouvers on Wednesday proved
tendance   of   the  public.     The   great   assembly  of the circumstances. [that   the   Indians   could   deliver   the
djy    will,    however,    be    tomorrow.      C. J.  South said  the heroic action j goods_  am]  ,hey  are now  consldered
when the New Westminster boys will   of  Miss  Sutherland   in   January   last;
o epose the Tecumseh team in the con-   had  brought honor not only to  New
ttst  for  the  premier honors  in  the   Westminster, but to British Columbia
and the whole of Canada.   This lady
was  brave  enough  and  cool  enough, j
when she saw a young    fellow    fall   or .he best  ihai  w.sim-s  will hav
through  the ice and heard his  cries
for help, to go at once and save him
by   laying  flat upon  the  treacherous
ice and catch his hands in her own.,
thus saving his life.    (Applause.)    It \ the Tecumsehs snowed  unmistakable
was for this act of bravery that the  signs of reserve energy in their match
society had awarded' with the Vancouve-s on We inesday
,,    ,      .. o ,     .,       , ���       ,���,.:   en. is   v. num certificate, an honor'There ane more people in New Wesi-
IVianager-^-several     VjOOCI     .-...any  as a  result of    which   the   that   was  only  granted   in cases    of   minster and   Vancouver   who   believe
Attractions Coming1 Here. . mines h!l(J boen cJo8ed since Monda>''   great   heroism.     He   was   sure   Mis;'that the New Westminster team will
"^ "has now been amicably settled, and a   Sutherland and her friends would be   win, a fact which is evidenced by the
long cheery blast from the big wbis-   prolIa 0f this  certificate  which  tore   great   amount   of   New   Westminster
STOCK COMPANY NOW  dbivers hetubnto work
HAS STRONG CAST        ����� MINES
  Nanaimo,   B.  C,   Oct. 2.���(Special)
Gowan MacGowan appointed ~ Th,e litUe dil*cult-v *xisl(ins *et*r*n *>yai Humane
,      ,-,      j   Ue drivers iu Nanaimo mines and the   ),er their vellun
a good match ior the New Westminster bunch. Whatever the result of
Saturday's game may be, there is no
doubt but that the match will be one
the privilege of seeing for a long time
to come.
The  outcome of   the game    is, of
course,   problematical,   especially     at.
Gowan   MacOowian   was   yesterda..    tie  a;   the  mines  tonight    Intimated ^e signature of the Prince of Wales, money  which is offering,  some of it
appointed  manager  of tbe .newly  or-   that they would be worked tomorrow. Premier McBride said  he regarded at odds.    One of the best students of
the match  being continued until the' ganhsed Marjorie Rambeau and Henry   A two-year agreement has been madj this occasion.as a very great bono; the game on the coast bet $35 yester-
Isne shuiiil   v- decided,  but    C.    A.   Esmond   stock   company,   which   has; between   the  miners and owners, by for ^e R0ya] city of New Westmin- day that the New Westminster Team
Welsh, of the R.A. .<��� I. society being   taken  over the    lease of    CTTe local   which  the company  makes   The  ten steT.     His   experience was   that   the will score more times in two quarter*
appealed to by fhe Vancouver pTayers, opera   house   formerly  held   by  the   per cent   bonus   recently  granted   riv boys and  girls of New Westminster than the Tecu��_..c.V_. "-Vill in, lour, re-
decided that the teams need not cort-   Rambeau  stock  company, and w~eu|th_em permanent. were always noted    for their pluck, serving the privilege of choosing the
mineni fruil grow-jthnte  uhl^s  they  fell  disposed.     He   will produce Jn this city .twice a wee_i, |    a mass meeting of all underground and now in Miss Sutherland, they had best two Quarters.    Other bets were
'. !.   point ed  oul   the   stated thai the society was agreeaTJTe i a1*" appearing in Vancouver End Vic-j . mpio_yees held tonight decided to go a splendid type of their heroic youth.' made at five to four on the New West-
:   ��� enl  labor.    She'stated i to  nn   equal   division    of    the   prize   toria   two  nights  each   week.   Alter- j t0 warj�� tomorrow under tbe new ftg- He was proud that this lady  wns a minsters.   That this confidence in the
money,
The referees were A. W. Gray
[ ���  were taken by the
f    ' " tig   ri   suitable  help,.
i : berry growers will  w. Cifr.rKl.
.'��� ,,' business.   Membersl- ���  "
rrom Boundarv, Koo-   vva^ cited  as a probable result of a
Okanagan  and  other districts,   wholesale  Immlgqation  of  Orientals.
Mi    ::,--.-iris remark Chairman Johnston    explained the
nately ihere will be produced In the   -,_(
infl   local  house a series of strictly first
| clas  attractions,  uf  which    "In    tne
Itishoji's  Carriage,"   "The   Time,   the
Place and .'.he Girl," .and "The Mayor
fif Tokyo" are only the forerunners.
Mr,   MacGowan,  who  has  now  as-i
'if opinion wvis lhat   working of fhe B. C. Prull  and Pro-l-sumed charge of al the arrangements
!   not    be   allowed   to   duce association, which aims to dls- connected with the business, has for
intry   notwlthstand-   tribute  the  products of tho lan* for   many  years held  the office of treas-
e  great  gap so far   '���''������' tarmew,  and   it   was   decided to | urur of.th",local opora house, and was
nn !.   The pos-   have- Mr. Johnston  visit  the various, tor   the  past few   weeks  temporary
turning farmer on ������   districts and go Into tha matter fully t manager during  the absence of Mr.
In'i ibe white far-   with   the   growers   -.'11111   endeavor to] Esmond In Seattle,  where the latter
it of        iesg j,, this country   have them all join the association.    hweml   Un   the  purpose  of    securing
--" talent   to replace ihe' performers re-
ment.       Nanalmo   mines   are   now j pupil    of his    old  school,    the 1T%h   Royal City bunch is merely sentiment
turuiug oui tbe largest amount of coal school, the head of which, bis frlenffi and loyalty is hardly probable. It is
iu their history, and the pay roll is H. M. Stramberg, was known as cm"1! omre than reasonable to suppose that
the largest it has ever had. Busin- of the cleverest men in Canada. All New Westminster's backers are' S"*""
ess in all lines is brisk, and with gen- [ honor to Miss Sutherland to whom nT uated by their knowledge of the local
eral development on Vancouver isl- had now the pleasure of persenting, team and their observations of the
and, prospects for Nanaimo are very '. the   Royal   Humane   society's  certifi-: visitors' style of play at Wednesday's
aright.
WARDEN WHYTE WANTS
TO RESIGN FROM FEN
cate, and might she live long to en-   game.
joy the honor she had so nobly won. j     In   the  nu,a]li;,lie   ordlnarv  individ.
(Loud applause). uals> who clriin, ,,., m(J,it as n,.ophetSi
Miss Margaret Watson and Miss w.,nt t[) s<,e ^ Tecumseh deTence
Briggs presented Miss Sutherland with | wIthstanil t,K, ru8hea auti shots 0,f the
a handsome bouquet on behalf of the New Westmlnster home beforf. y^
pupils of the High school which. Miss   wl���  be]jeve  that  {he  Red  ghlrtfl ^
PROF.   KANADA.
it Is reported that Col, .1. CWhyte,
warden  of the  penitentiary, has  re- ]
signed on account of ill-health.  Noiii-
(Continued   on  Page   Four.l
take second place.
. ased some two weeks ago .
Among   those   who   have-   accepte
positions wiih the new company, and tog has been aanounoed as yel with
who wn .,.iive   in   He.-   city   In tb- regard to the appointmenl  of a buc-
course of tbe nexl (ew days are A. P. cessor, but  ii  Is understood  thai  lu-
Ki.er.ev.  formerly   with   David  SeTas spector of Penitentiaries Foster wlll
i'i'.. companies In Los Angeles;  Mis- come oul from Ottawa to take charge
Adele Yeug'i.;. late with Ethel Barry of the position ponding the naming of
��� . Chicago; Pery Hunting, of New a permanent warden.
: York, ami  W'iliam   Harris, of the wr   i Col.   Whyte   has   l.een   ver;.    ill   for
j tnimn Baker stock company, of Port- nionths. and   it   is   stated     lhat   only
land,   Ore,   The company  will   open through absolute relief rrom duties of
next   week   with   "Young  Mrs.   Win- every kind,  has he  any  hope of Win-
throp."   ����� ning out  against   ilu> disease.
1  ��� ; ��� ���
Official Program
i
American Day
Children's Day ���
���
1
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10:30 a. m.���Indian Lacrosse Match.
1 p. m.���Stock Parade.
2 p. rn.---Baloon Ascension. P. Brookes, aeronaut ���
3 p. m.���Japanese Wrestling-Championship of the i
World, Jiu Jitsu :   Professor Kanada vs. Leopold ;
McLaglen. I
8 p. m.���Grand  Concert  in thc Industrial  and *!
0  Agricultural Buildings.
! ���riri*riri*riri*;:
������rie,;-��.;ri*ri:.*':>riri*:
i*>Cb*>y:2*>yib*>i2C*>^i>-: Come to Vancouver
an I visit our large completely equipped Jewelry Sto:'--.
Il   is a treasure  house,   wherein   is
displayed the  choice of English and
European productions  and  the  latest
American novelties.
We lead in the manufacture and the
stock of gold jewelry.
Diamond buyers gain sure advantages when purchasing from Birks.
Henry Birks & Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE  E   TROREY.  Managing Director-
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PAY
IX
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Now
OF CATTLE
DONE UNDER COVER
the herd of J. M. Sieves, of Steveston,  has acquired.
The concluding of the judging will
take place today, and If the weather
is fine, there will be one of the biggest and best displays of dairy cattle
ever seen in this province, and lit to
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Dr. Rutherford Gives Reason, compete in any show in the Dominion III
At our exhibit in the Industrial Hall at the Fair grounds you will
find the latest models of the Mason & Risch Piano.   Every Piano an
\\ Exhibition Special, and sold direct from the Factory to you at a
" reduction of $50.00 to $100.00 from the regular price during Exhibition
week.   A small payment down and $10.00 per month will secure you
% this exceptional chance to own a high grade Piano.
ONLY  TWO   DAYS   MORE
It Will Pay You to Investigate This Offer at Once
!
it
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For   His    Selections    of
Winners in Dairy Class.
of Canada.
IBSEN'S PARADOX.
Owing iei the
day nioniin
wei  weaihe:- yester-
the judging of the dairy
And thc Intimate Hrlntlon of Science
to  Society.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Ibsen, my firent compatriot, has iu
breeds was continued under cover in one? of his works formulated the para-
one of the cattle sheds, and although | *��  Umt &*  ",:1"  ifi strongest  who
stands most alone.    There is certainly
the space was decidedly limited, good  Bome tnilh ,n thl8_nayi there is much
progress  was  made  in  the judging, I truth in it so far ns science Is con
the iudge frequently remarking on the|cerned-   The uwn nl|l) il! tl)e search
e for truth goes his way Independently
general    excellence   of    the    cattle  of other men .������, ot utll0I. considera
broughl before him. | tions is certainly the man who is apt
In   the Jersey  class.    Bishop    und. to tind tbe greatest nnd most valuable
('lark, of Victoria, succeeded in car-' truth.    On the other hand, it is also
rying off the championship for bulls,  true that science more than most other
8 Mason
& Risch Piano Co.,
Piano Manufacturers
Ltd.
while Quick   Bros., of Victoria,   were
the  lucky  owners  of  the  championship cow.
Iii  tie-  Ayreshire  class the  cham-
tilings In life depends on co-operation,
e.-u the help of one's fellow beings, and
this becomes more and more true every
day. Many people are apt to forget
what science actually is and what they
pion bull is owned by .1. Thompson, I owe to science, for it is through scl
of Sardis, and the champion cow by  ence that modern society actually ex-
A. C. Wells, of Chiiliwack. In the
Holsteln i lass, 11. Bonsall, of Chem-
ainus, took flrsl honors with his bull
,mil .1. M. Steves; of Steveston, for the
champion raw.
ists. and the development of society :,*
it is today would be impossible if science were eliminated. Humanity i<
growing; but, if science and tbe means
created by science are not growing, Im-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ , inanity will have to look forward to a
Vt the conclusion of the judging of  very miserable future.   Therefore the
class 154, champion female dairy
breed, ihe- judge, Dr. Rutherford, #1-
dressed a few remarks to the exhibitors, stating why and how he arrived
a.' his. decision. II" mentioned the
necessity "'' breeding to one parts?.!"
lar i; e, whether beef or dairy, and
the certain points lhat required to be
considercl In each breed, as it hap-
PWVed ilu- contesi lay between these
h'reeds���the Ayreshire, the Jersey and
the lie,riie in. The judge remarked
ili.it thej were firsl class represent- j[
atives of their bree is, and would
stand well in any show he lias ever
judged, Dr. Rutherford is a man of
large i xperii nce In judging cattle, and
liis word; carry weight. The Jersey
lie said, was of a perfeel type, but
had pas .ed her prime, although still
I erfeel i'i shape, form and temperament, the V-re-shire was as perfeel
a  picture of her type as ii was pos-
i le to r et, bul sin- was too nervous
a disposition, and showed a tendency
to put flesh upon herself instead of
turning the fee 1 Into milk; tre Holsteln again was a perfeel type or
animal   an 1   ha 1   jus;   the  two  extra
poinl -   In  hi r  favor which  her com-
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nation   that   wishes   to  be   cared   for
must  support  science  and   those  who
carry on scientific work.   Science will
live lier own life and has done so ever
sluce the days when Prometheus made
liis  fatal  expedition  to the  gods  nnd | ���
stole   the   fire  which   is  more  or   less
burning in every one of us and cannot . ,
be  extinguished.    There  is  something : J
sublime in this everlasting fire of sei-   ���
ence.   Generation after generation dis-   X
appears. The individual ls nothing, but  ���
always   "watchful   In   the  tower   man   X
shall   remain   In   sleepless   contempla-   ���
FOR
IFURNITURE
-Dr, N.'iiise-n.
There Yet.
Scott���My wife's mother bus visited
us  only  once  In   five  years. Mott���
That isn't bad.    \Vli"ii do yeeu expect
her  to pay  her  Becond   visit? Scott-
Oh,  she hasn't   got thr mgh   ber  first
yet.���New York Telegraph.
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Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts,    Lace   Curtains,   Portiers,   Uphols
tering, Cabinet Work, Sheets.   Pillow   Cases,  Blankets.     Etc
It  will   pay you to try
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DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.' 73.
COLUMBIA   STREET-
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Then She Talked.
Reporter- Well, I've interviewed her,
Editor I del she talk without restraint?
Reporter���I should say nit! She
woulelu'i say a word until her husband
came in nnd told ber to keep still.���
Philadelphia Inquirer.
Daniel's  F?me.
Deacon Jones   Why was Daniel tha
petltors needed,   and  so he awarded   m'Yr'1  Popular  man  mentioned   In  the
,        ,       , , ...      Old  Testament?   Brother  smith- Be
In r  th    cha npionshlp,   thus   adding , ,-    -    ,
cans',' up was Inunzeil.
another  honor to  the  long   Us!   that
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROSM
Sunlight Soa
Sunlight   Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at
FiVC    CCIltS   8.   Bclf \     New Westminster, is to Taste
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Bank of Montreal
* ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL %U, 400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
B'ancr.es throughout Canada an t New tv in I in I, .en i   In   L. '-2
Si-w York, Chicago and  Spokane, r.s.a,, and Mexii �� City.
era: Banking  Business Transacted,
Letters cf Credit issued, available wl tL corresponded      - all i��artJ'
World.
1 Savings Eink Department.     Deposits received In a        of S   and nil
and interest allowed at :'. per cent,  per annum  (present rat*)]
four times a year.
Total   Assets over  $108,000,000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30  p.  m.  to  9  p.   m.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER. Ma
New Wellington COAj
MAYERS & PREST01
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE; FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WEST
F��. O. Box   343
���pnone
105.
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
BP*e*BK?���
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
8S3 Pender St.. Opp.  Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Burdett's Chocolates
II
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
The Finest, Purest and Most Delicious Confectionery
made on the Pacific Slope
VISITORS !   Visit our No. 5 Stand on the Grounds
under the Exhibition Building.   You will
ALSO
"PERFEC1
Flavoring
Extracts
[never forget the treat.
Picture Post Car ls for Sale.
NO INCREASE IN PRICES.
Fruits in Season.
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A corelia! invitation Is extended to all    to visit our ex.
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ADVERTISE  IN THE  Ntj OCT. 4.  1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
MEN'S
HATS
MEN'S
Umbrellas
PRINCE RUPERT IOTS
EOR SALE NEXT SPRING
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his cut shows
our
42 inch
VERCOA T
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Railway Company Hastens
Work at Site of Future
Metropolis of the North.
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77iis is the
Dressy Coat
for
men.
Some silk faced
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MEN'S
Overcoats
MEN'S
Underwear
PHILLIPS
le Wardrobe Clothier       sole agent for 20th century clothing
Rubberoid Roofing
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It has stood the test, heat, frost, wind and rain,
gives entire satisfaction, does not harden in the
sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Write for prices. -:- ���:��� -:-
Corrugated Iron alvvay* on hand and price right.
Mail Service
|tched by C   P, H. train at 7: IB
: ���-  11   p. in.:
Seatl le, via Huntingdon,
llside N'o.   l,   dally   excepl  Sun-
S    erton   No.   I,  daily  i xcepl
and Vancouver, No.
pt a   l C I'.K. enst) daily. Mulls
���   ���   points   received    il
(p. :n
* it. r. Electric railway j
r- V 15 a. i:_.:
J1      ��� r, No.  ],  laiiyexcepl Sun
I','���' i n mail received 9 a, m.    i
I-' ' ��� '���       e'.N.lt. train. S 45 a.m.:
I ������'   lale.    Nloomekl,   Porl   Kelli '
f'��� ���   ...   -   Prairie, Blaine and [-wr
N 'nil points hi Washington and     |   9
r all    points   In   eastern
���), daily i w pt  Sunday. Return |
' ���   ���'1 ..'   3:30 p. in. ] '���' ��� ��� ���
I. ��� ��.d Thursdays; I  ^^ ������������ ��� ""������*
f ��� InesdayB  and   Satur-   -. ~
1:'        : all reoelved Mondays
���Frldaya.    .
lai
ri
James Car 'uthe? -. bead <���- the grain
foi n;   ding trim of James Carru he
.v  Sons,  Montn al, a  director ol the
Dominion bank, and  president ol the
i nlti 'i  Supplj w'ni'li   has
been do ;.-   i c< amount o!
weiie. -..   , -   urai 'ink Pacific al
i���    iei   It'ii"    . If  i" the elly visiting
tin   provincial   exi I     lon.
Mr. Carrru bi rs accompanied  Pi i
Idem    Ii        and    General    Manag i
��� Morse    of tbe ni w    I. anscontlnental
railwaj on the of li    ectlon to
the      eposed te ol the i - '
in i h ��� north aad ex ���    himself as
1 - - -ills which
ba -���   bi en ach I   Ince Rupei
The hotel ��blch thi   i nlted Supply
coi   iai     has   bei g ���������   tor  the
(I.  T.   P.   Will   lee-   . wlthm   two
Thi   re^.:   I      ...     nd  inns'   Of
t'e-   plast  ring 1        - ���  .   I .. i,  bul   it
1 will : equin   I; e a Ime to In
stall I ae heating a. pa 'atus. The h I I
. will ��� e- iompleted ;-  for I usi
in        ;   Deci mbei   I. 1     <-.-,-  ovi r  I
rooms.
Tl ��� \ ati r - ii- -y. fi om Ha; 's cr el<
will also I.'- In operatiofc by thai time
a Bewerage ; stem Installed.
Water m sup])!;, tl ��� t- wn will ultifha-
ti i bi derived from Shawatians lake,
ei Ij of fresh water, some three
mill - away from the city, which la
i-e - iie of providing a supply for a
cent ��� of 200,000 Inhabitants,
ri Carruthers stati - thai it is the
��� ��� tion of the G. T. P. officials to
pm Uie- town lots al Prince Ru] e I
U] the market nexl spring. Tho
survey parties are completing thler
work.
Al the present time the railway
company has just about completed a
wharf about 1,500 feet lonp:, and a
warehouse upon it. capable of housing
the bulk of the freight for Prince Rupert and lhe Skeena. A subsidiary
company is arranging to acquire th.'
steamer Caledonia ami freight for "IBs
Skeena wlll be- landed at Rupert and
transhipped.
The company has received permission from the railway commission Lo
accept freight over tbe section from
Pottage I.a Prairie west, and as an
indication of !lw> character of the
work which has been done. Mr. Car
ruthers stated thata train was run
over 60 miles ,an hour over th's section  'he other  day.
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���2.10 fir piles Apply P.
O   Hox 204, city-
LOST���Brooch, sei with pearls at tin-
Fair grounds. Finder please leave
al this offlce.
We Bupplj help oi all kind'-, no charge
(telephone a:;2:��, Ctenadlan Pacmc
Employment agency, bbi; Cordova
Btreet W-, Vancouver, li  C.
LOST -A gold tilled watch, English
case,  Under kindly  return   to    T
Gilford's   jewelry   Btore and  obtain
reward.
WANTED���Salesladj foi Upton's
booth. Apply Mr. Stuart, Industrial buildings, exhibition grounds.
to let Two vacant lots for exhlbl
tlon weei.. Fourth ave near gatea
Apply to K C I'linly, confectioner
Columbia street, nexl to tram offlce
wanted���Two   Balesladlea  for   the
White   Swan      S<:ap   Works     booTTi.
Appl)   ri-ri   Hal     iiildingB,   exKW-
tion grounds
WANTED���Bright salesia les to sell
during exhibition. Applj 1��. Parry,
jewelry stand, Industrial building,
exhibit lon  grounds.
6- ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St..
etween Third -and Fourth Ave.;
newly painte i an l papen I; to bi
sold Immediately; a bargain al
$1600, half cash. Apply McQuarrie
&  Co., Front  St.
Remember, Slpprell da - the neatest and cheapest work in the- ruhl er
stamp business, also manufacturer of
Uncle Bill Oil.
JOHN  SIPPRELL.
116  Second  Street.  New Westminster
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see me. 5. R. Chand-Ier.
407  Hastings  St..  Vancouver,  B.C.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
AMUSEMENTS
AND
Orange Blossoms
The  Intensely  Hurnnn  Drama.
Superb   Dramatic   Offering.
Bertha M. Clay's Famous Novel
A  Company of Exceptional   Players.
TWO���NIGHTS���TWO.
THURSDAY AfT 0 A
FRIDAY Uli. J-4
PRICE?���25c. 50c, 75c and $1.00.
NEW
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  of Pender and  Hamilton  Sts-
Malan & Clawson, Manager1..
The Lyceum Stock Company
FIFTH WEEK STARTING
Monday, Sept. 30th
The Celebrated English Drama
"Monte Cristo"
To accommodate all the guestR
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all house-
holders prepared to offer accommo-
datlon at reasonable rates will leave .
their addresses with Edward Honlt :
billeting agent at the city hall, where
all   information   may   he  obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
J.  TRAPP   &   CO,
Limited
Port Hammond
i; .res excelleal land, situate on Fraser river Inside Pit!
Meadows dyke-
Good bouse, nine' aire--; cleared for crop, 4-0 acres slashed   the resl  alder bottom land.   Only $75.00 an acre
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Computing   Scales.
Housewives  are keeping  G.   E.   M.
Gray busily engaged In answering enquiries res] ting tl i  ce mput.ng scale
which he baa on view In the 4G-tnu-
facturers' building, li is nol surprising tbal a clever invention 1ike> this
excites the Interest of the careful
isi wife,in; y ii.- means the weight
of a join', or any ether article tor
househol I consumption, is ant oiu.it i-
cally registered and gives al the same
time its value- and cost In plain flg-
ures. The scale is. .if course, no less
valuable to ffadesmen and store Keepers, for the accuracy and rapidity of
registration Baves hours of time and
dollars of value in the course of a
week. The computing scale- is manufactured in various tonus for differ-
cut trades.
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well iis prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address: j
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER]
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
Look Up
THE
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Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Columbia   St.
APP. PREMIER HOTEL  Phone B278
I). C.  Electric railwiy,
i. '-.:
-';  Victoria, No   1;
daily   excepl   Bunday.  *
��� I at 2 p. m. X
l;'   '        i arrler, 1:13 p. m.:        I J
181 Burn - iy, flail, excejrt Sunday ' ���
��� r.e ei nt i:iii p. iu.    ; ��� ._����_���_������ *
���''"'-������i . ler 12:00 noon:      j X X
���I-ii"Vl,,"s.ilyr1 and'| DIAMOND & CORBOULD I
���  c. ... r. ioati-.aop.rn. I RESIDENT AGENTS. |
-   daily   at   ihe   same | J   German American Fire Ins. Co.  and Empire Accident and Surety Co.   J
Inter months:
THIS   SIDEBOARD   TOOK
THIRTEEN   YEARS  TO   MAKE
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
I'Iiiiik! 250
Eighth Streel
Over Annandale's  Grocery, corner  of   McKenzie   and  Columbia   Sts.   |
r    ���   Steveston,   Sunbury,   dally   *)*J*}*>*f**wwwww
J Return mails receiv- |
Iron o
A Bldeboard which contains 82,250
pieces of wood, and was made by inn-
nt the besl nil.sis Of his kind of the
age, the  hue  William   Baker, of On
I  i    i'e.    Willi    Silent     l"     ve IIS   Of    tllS    11'"
ne   the  task, Is on  exhibition ai  the
Sockeye  Row. Queen's   Park,
The sideboard Is made inilie regular
fashion oul of pine wood and covered
wiih inlaid vaneerlng made of walnut
baaewood and cherry. It took first.
priz ��� on iwo occasions at the Toronto j
exhibition as an art curio. The side
board is owned b ythe builder's son-
in-law,  John   Harnett, of  Vancouver.
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present  this Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :      :
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon & Assan Tea
��� ��� ��� ��� ^p I ���I3U ���  ��� ��� ���
The Direct Importing Tea and
Coffee Company
Phone- 1252.
770 Granville St-, Vancouver-
	
School Books
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
 AT	
ROYAL STUDIO MOREY'S
;|- m. to ll a. m.
l";1'"1 ;' ��� Wednesday and Satur-
1 mall on Wednesdays and
���Mays.
Voir,,,-   x���    3.   Vlotorla|   No_  2;
��� riake; daily except. Sun-
malls received at ti p.m.
Return    mail    at
Return
|urn%    lake
��� m.
inched by o.N. Fy,er, 4 ���   m..
Southern    points,    daily except
May.   u
ni mail 11  p. m.
y C.P.R, train at 5:06 p.
L,!;; "Mil closes at 4:30 p.m.:
1^  '"���'   '""e| Vancouver. No. % >(C
L. '    ��� aecond mail). Return mail
ru"'l al   m.o=   .    __
10:35  a.  m.
_2   ' :i'  N'��.  2:   Mills]
No,
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\p*immm*MU
kst.m:i.ishp:d 1886.
Arthur J. Scott
(Successor to  Mellon &  Scott)
Insurance,    Real   Estate,    Finance,
VANCOUVER REALTY.      FARMS. FIRE     INSURANCE
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US.
KI1!K   MARINE, SURETY BONDS, I.1FK INSURANCE.
i    ept Sundav.   Re-
ma" '���" "iv.M at 10:33 a. m.        'I
305 Cordova
Street West, Vancouver. B. C. P.O. Box 83, 'Phone 297.
Todd's Music Exhibit.
Tbe spacious nnd attractive stall of
J. H. Todd corals in for a goofl deal
of attention. Here are some excTHent
specimens of the Norilheiiner, IXnnin-
ion and New Scale Williams pieanos
and Doherty organs, as well as .In array of Columbian, Victor, Edison and
Berliner talking machines. The Singer sewing machines exhibited by Mr.
Todd rncouroged many enquiries on
the part of lady visitors.
ME ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per  cent-
on a  SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Under new management, Cunningham
Block.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time It is necessary to know what we are eating.
217-219 Columbia St.
Our  Scribblers  and   Exercise   Books  are
Fine
At KENNY'S Cafe F  (^RAKF
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING    jl     ���     V-^IX-i    VI X.I .
J
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richards St.,
Phone 2125
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>fftcB 'Phone 18B.      Barn 'fnone 187
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to tny
part, of tbe dty.
light and Heavy Hau!icg
Otti so���Tram Depot
English Watchmaker
j Two  doors  from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
���  Ladles'Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
i  Gentlemen's   Silver   Watcbes,   open
| race, $6.00.
i Gentlemen's Silver, Watches,  double
case. $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watcbes, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
!   Chairs, Rings, Jewelry, etc., ote.
Watcb   repairing;    charge!   reasonable. PAGE  FOUR
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
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Visitors to the Exhibitson are invited
to come to Vancouver City and get
a list of City Business or Residential
properties and acreage.   :   :   :   :    :
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Aibott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
the mSth January.' 1907, gone to the
rescue of C. R- Mannerlng, who was
in Imminent danger of drowning in
the- Eraser river. British Columbia,
and whose life she courageously
saved.
tSgd.l    GEORGE  I'., Prescient.
(Sgel.l    HORACE MONTAGrE.
Chairman.
F. A. (.'. Cteughton, Secretary.
Miss Sutherland is the eighth pec-
son to receive recognition for acts of
bravery in B. C.
Exhibition Visitors
THE DAILY NEWS
Publish**! by the Daily News Pub-
shlng   Company   Limited,   at   their
_fflces,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front
���treets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
YOUNG HEROINE IS
SUITABLY REWARDED
(Continued from Page One.)
FRIDAY, OCT A,   1907
PROGRESS.
Ai iin   meeting of the Manufacturers' association in Toronto, a statistical   paper   was   read   which  showed
thai   thli. Canada of ours  was going I
ihe-.iel by leaps and bounds,    As Sir
Wilfrid   Laurier  pul  it   in  his  speech
.it   lhe   banquet,   "The   ami.'   and   tin'
moment, the moment ami the opportunity, have come at  lasl  to Canada.!
Canada   i.s   no   longer   obscured   and
eclipsed   by   her   powerful   neighbor. I
Canada  bas  ai   lasi   emerged  in  ftie
full flood of her light.   The great American star is im longer the great at--
tracl ion  to  the  world."
Whal is true of all Canada is true
also uf British Columbia and of that
section of British Columbia which is I
more particularly and fully represented  at  tim en's  park 'today.    We have
and are  delighted   to   have   exhibits j
from   distant   pans   of   the   province
and  from outside  the  province;   but |
Un- main  body of the exhibits  tells
the story of the great progress of New j
Westminster���the  lower   Fraser   valley.
Thai I.':.- exhibition has largely contributed lo the progress which it ex-1
emplifles is beyond doubt. British
Columbia needs icily tee be known. It
can afford in Invite Inspection of what
i- has en offi r, and the Provincial fa
ai New Westminster, year after yea'-.
has afl n k l the bi se oj rlortuniey tor
thai Inspection.
Watson said, was a small token of
their regard and in recognition of her
splendid  bravery.
Rev. Dr. Taylor expressed on behalf
of the recipient, her thanks to the
Royal Humane society arid the local
council of women, for securing her
this honor, and io the lwo ladies for
their gift  from the High  school,
.Mayor Keary called for three cheers
for the heroine, which were warmly
given and the band of the Uth rOT-fi-
meiit, Vancouver, struck up a lively
heroic tune ax the actors in the Interesting scene  left   the   platform.
.Miss Sutherland, who is onl;. aV.ut
seventeen years of age, accepted the
public recognition of her acl in a
grace iul manner gowned in a Sutherland Tartan elivss, which became Tier
exceedingly won.
'I'he wording of the certificate awarded to Miss Sutherland ran as follows:
Royal Humane Society. instituTe*.
1771.
Patron���llis Majesty the King.
Vice-Patron- -ll. it. ii. u,,- Duke o"
Connaught, K.  Q,
President���II. R. h. the Prince of
Wales,  K. G.
Ii was unanimously resolved thai
Miss Marion P. Sutherland is Justly
entitled to the honorary t��stitjionial ol
this society inscribed in vellum.which
is herebj  awarded her for having on
The   nightwate.im.iu   at   dchaake'd 11
machine   works sna.t ch   1    W.   Gillie-. I
from a watery gra\ ; about ten o'clock e
yesterday   evening,   Mi.   Gililes   hav-!
ing wandered off the wharf opposite
Scliaake's into the Fraser river.  His
cries fo rhelp brought the nightwatch-1
man to the spot, and he was reesciual
without   too much   difficulty     As   he||
had no  room o:   friends m  the city,
having just arrived to tak'   in the bigII
fair, he  was accommodated    witfr'a:
bunk at the police station, where he
recognized .1.  I..  Mclnnes. the lockup ||
keeper, as being an old friend of his
from Pictou. X. S.    The two bad not
met for twenty vears.
"Thorns anil Orange Blossoms," a
typical melodrama of the old schoo .
delighted a large audience at We Opera house yesterday evening, the as
semblage showing its appreciation of
tiie final triumph of virtue over vice
by loudly cheering the triumphant heroine at the conclusion of the las; ae'.
Tommy Swift, as the breezy, wlttj
Amerlacn drummer with a sunbeam
mission, easily proved himseir fn '."
tin- best of the male members of the
company. Miss Flora Fairfield, in TTTr-
leading feminine rei.. captivated the
sympathies 'if the audience. The
play will be repeated this evening.
NOTICE
TO BUILDERS
Quality First,   Then   Price.
That is the proper order of things in considering a purchase of jewelry or precious stones.
Ninety-nine people out of a hundred must rely
absolutely on the person who serves them and
the store where they are purchasing. Our
service is that of experts, and you may trust
implicitly their word, for they know. The
quality is just what they say it is.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith
Colin
Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
nbia St., Next Tram Office
,Why Pay a Doctor of Ophth.ri-
''���^^'mology $5 to $10 ainl another
.. ;e tee to an Optician tor glasses.
Dr. Hatherly, emr oj ticlan and Docto
of Ophthalmology, I ies the work of
hoth charging only for the g asses.
Tenders (whole or separate) will ie ���
received up to noon of Oct. 10 for completion of residence for L, McQuarri'.
esq.
Plans and specifications may be
seen a: i.. jMcQuarrie's office, Front
street, and al my office, Sixth streel
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
C.   H. CLOW, Architect.
'I'le re i" ed iei- no better t<   timony
io  iie1  excellence  nf  the displaj   at
ri n'i    a I.  than  the  facl   that  s i
masy  people  braved yesterday's   unpleasant  we ''her iii order to see ii.
The- Tory barrel organs are grinding aw,ay a: a double-barrelled tune,
"Abolish -rat':.'' the-,- shout, an 1 then
ele ;   lam 'In' eeiii  r crank ami we bear
Give  na a high    protective    tariff."
Thi- proti cl rili is not [or farmers, nol
for working men, not for clerks, im
for  manufai I irei s, an 1  im! eve.,.   for
all i.:' them,   That  is to say, if t'i. '
party is pul in power it  will aoollsh
graft   b.v so  manipulating  the  tarift
thai  certain favored people shall have
ih ��� biggesl kind of a graft at the ex
: en _e of the general communltj, and
by building up a system of high protection which political economists te-ll
us, is a mosl  fruitful Bource i E political coi i'i ition.   After tha*. ii is not
lo bo '������ mder id a' thai thej  warn to
make  'hi ���   ���-. "white  man's  counl rj
bj a ollshlng the Chinese he ad - ix
You will find here the largest
stock ol Shoes in this city
Fraser  River  Tannery.
i. : ning || ... leather,' .ays
the old a . lorisra, and the truth of
this Is i nfori i I bj the many run'
peclme ie- of supple skins exhibit! 8
by the frits r River tanner., in the
Industrial hall, Here are specimens
of harness, lace, skirting and collar
li iiilu-r. latigo ami the modern per-
Eection of footwear material known ae
chrome. From ihis the well Known
Leckie sh�� - are manufactured,whilst
the popular saddles of the Great West
Saddlery Co., Calgary, are wrought of
the Praser River tannery hides,
B. C. LIBERAL ASSOCIATION
ELECTS   ITS   OFFICERS
Hon.   President���Sir   Wilfrid     Laurier.
Presi lent���John Oliver, Delta.
Plrel    Vice-President���Dr.    C.    M.
.lones,  Victoria.
Second Vice-President���J, H. Mac-
ilonaid, Rossland.
Treasurer���A. M. Pound.
Members of'Executive���Dr, Mao
eliiiiai I, Vernon; O. D. Swanson, K.i'im
loops; A. Cruickshank, .Malsipii; Robert Jardine, New Wtstinipster; A.For
restor, Xanaimo: W. W. B. Mclnnes,
J, ll. Senkler, Vancouver; u. L, Dm-
ry, W, E. Ditchbum, Victoria; 11. Pillar, French Creek.
For  QUALIT
the Delta  laud cannot   be  beaten.   Om   a       ol I rivet
bottom laml will produce as much    as    thi   ��� -      r.y
gravel land.
lien- Is a piece <>f chob e lan i at a barg
s acres, all cleared, In garden and  pasture ��� from
this city, i'ii the- dyke road, 200 yards trom Sui
and boai landing, U mile from school, has a five
in good repair, bam and chicken house-. 2 cowa indl
good waterfrontage with wharf building,
mg fruit .rees, a good range all conn ected
Price   .   -   $2250
$1250 cash.  bob-Bee In one year.
Hale & La
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY!
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER. B. C.   J
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY  N'EWS | Phone   335 P. O. Box t_
= OUR
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by 'he local modern
leicb grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY  NEWS  BLCI Iri
Johnston's
Shoe House
Piano Exhibit!
LIMI1ED-
We operate two of the largest retail shoe stores in
British Columbia. We buy for Cash, therefore are
in a position to undersell any other shoe dealer in this
city. We can save you 10 to 20 per cent, on your
shoe bill. Why pay more to others? We invite all
visitors to our store this week. No finer goods can be
bought than are right here. Whether it is a Dress
Shoe or a Working Man's Shoe we have them. Pay
us a visit.
Johnstons Bi�� Shoe House
This  ������   ���    ' I -   '- ��� '
than ever    v M
: i beautiful 1 '������ ''
d I
STEINWAY &. SONS PIAN09
NORDHEIMER PI**
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PlAHtt
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER
FI W. M. Waitt &
LIMITED
VICTORIA  AND VANCOUVER-
The  old-.;-;  Music  House m B-   I
.   J. H. TODD,   Local m
YOU   REQUIRE *\
NEW SUfi
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWARD
Next door Hotel AtJ"
VANCOU VE*
L
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The Si��n of the Bi�� Electric Shoe, Columbia St.
500 Cord of Tan Bark Wantej
'At the
fraser River
Tflfl^
Highest Cash P"ce pa'' ' OCT.
4,  1907
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
A,    PAGE K.VE      *
The Cash Stores
(With  Exhibition  Visitors
The Goods  are Here, and
There's Big Money to
be Saved
\ni save on everything, cold weather needs for your-
Iself, your home and family, New Coats, Blankets,
everything. Come, if only to be convinced that
Smith's values are what he claims they are, and the
Goods are here to speak for themselves.
340 yds. of $1.25 and $1.00
Dress Tweeds at 50c.
54 in. and 56 in, all wool and mixed, dark and mid grey
Suitings. Come upon them by accident in the east.
Beautiful new stock, Shadow Plaids, Pin Checks,
double and twist wool filling, but the points, above all,
you want to remember is the width, 56 in., and the
price, less thaii half, now 50c a yd.
3 pieces  or 312 yds. of Fancy Panama, Pure Wool
$1.00 Waisting at Smith's for
25c a yd.
Great Price  Liberality now on  Coats,
Suits and Skirts
We saved several hundred dollars buying a maker's
entire stock. They are making record selling for
Westminster's Big Cash Store.
Beautiful Embroidered Waists
Of Japanese Silk, newly made in latest fall styles,
white only, $6.00 values in this lot. Special Sale
now $3.50
A Splendid Showing of Newly
Trimmed Hats at $5.
Our Milliners have skillfully trimmed them with ribbon,
feathers, large wings and buckles, mounts and ornaments in an- expert way, really stunning styles.
Come earlv and secure choice, $5.00.
7. H. SMITH
267-271 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.
^>"2��2^_^'"''"'''",'*'',*''l"'''*"''""~'*^^ '���'(.--..���w*k*w. Mr
CITY NEWS
The genuine articles���the tl. C. aud
Old Sport ciegflrs. For sale by all
first-class dealers.
Lauchy McLean has returned Irom
a three months trip east, iu the couis'.
of which he spent some time at his
old home in Inverness, Nova Sc<r_?a.
Packard   hand  painted  china.    Our;
fii'ni shipment of this celebrated china
to   band.    Chamberlin,  the jeweler.
-Miss Laura Rose, lecturer on butter
making, Is In attendance In fhe dairy i
building from 2 o'clock each afternoon ;
at ibe exhibition grounds.
The charge of stealing 5-0 prefer-
red against an Indian woman known
as Luck was withdrawn In tha police
court yesterday morning, the com-
plainant deciding that the prosecution
was . lie result of a mistake.
The Elite brands B- C. and Oil
Sport cigars.
Oyuna, a Japanese, cnn.- to the chief
of police yesterday evening with a tabor woe to the effect thai he had Iteen j
relieved of $8 by one of the women of
tiie restricted disiriet. A warrantwas
Issued for the arrest of the unfor-1
tunate.
i.e lies' hairdressing parlors, over
Welsh's store; entrance on Cth St. **
Alex. McDonald, a half breett, wns
one of a number arrested in a raid:
on the Siwash camps yesierday even-:
iir-;. Tbe Indians have been securingI
a large quantity of liquor durln^flie
past few days, and McDonald and his I
fellows will have to face a charge ofl
supplying in  the police courts.
The B. C. cigar touches the spot.
For all kinds or cut Dowers and pot-;
ted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
An eight year old child, daughter of]
A. Donnetta, lest ber way in the city;
yesterdaj ifternoon, ami was found,
wandering desolately around t~rina- j
town by Detective Bradshaw, After
many inquiries the parents of the girl I
j were finallj discovered, and the er-
. rant one returned to the paternal fold.
Guns for hire at Geo. R. Speck's j
Trapp block. Columbia street
Adel-.- Verne, the famous vbcStrst, i
billed to appear at the opera house
on Oct. 17, the necessary contracts
i having been signed yesterday afternoon. The famous singer has an international deputation, und should;
prove to be one of the " est attractions
of the season.
GO acres In Burnaby, close to Vancouver car line, $150 per acre; 1-3
cash, balance at 7 per cen-.. White,
Shiles & Co- ***
Two Chinamen forfeited ri;-. bail
apiece yesterday by not appearing in
Magistrate Corbould's presence
to explain their reasons for conducting a gambling joint in Chinatown.
This makes the second batch of Chinese gamblers arrested during the
preseni week, and In both cafes the
accused bave jumped their bai.. The
civic treasury has been enriched to
the extent of $150 as 0 result of the]
activities of the police.
in acres choice land ; arl y cle ared
up, and ln crop; cosy 4-roomed house,
barn and sheds; only i'_ miles back
from river; near Langley. $1500.
Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon notel,
New West minster, B.C. **
Oul of forty-five .laps employed by
tli.. Koyal City mills In their camp
near Timberland, forty-three went oul
on strike early tbis wi ek bi i iu -������ they
objected to the actions of their tore,
man, a Japanese. Tbe men. who are
employes in the buildin got a narrow
gauge railway, and as it Ls Imperative
thai the work should be completed as
soon as possible, the men '..ave all
been re-engaged and the cause of the'
trouble requested to seek other fields
of usefulness. The .actual cause of
the trouble was not made clear by the j
strikers.
Dr. T. II. Levey, dentist, Crescent |
club building, Columbia street.
After repeated consultations, it has:
finally   been  decided   that   the   horse ;
xace between J. Montgomery's trotter j
and  E,   L.   Stover's   pacer   will   take |
place  at the  exhibition  grounds    on;
Saturday.   The time of the race has
not  been definitely settled, but it  Is:
probable that the event will be pulled
off about one o'clock.   In aeldition to ]
the $T)0 side bet inducement, a silver
cup will be presented to tho winner
by th<> r.a, & i. society.   The event
is   attracting  considerable   attention
from   horsemen in  the  city and will
prove a good drawing attraction.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, J&J08. V?
.1. U. Carnegie, who recently gave a
lecture in thia city on "In His Steps,''
will give the same lecture at the
Royal Templars' lodge room next
Wednesday, let. 9, S.llu p.m. The
lodge room will lie open to the public
paying the small sum of twenty-five
cents, children fifteen cents. Proceeds to be given towards the furnishing of a room in the new Royal Columbian hospital. All Royal Templars are particularly requested to
make the entertainment a sneess by l
being present themselves and bringing
their friends.
Money to loan on approved security, j
White, Shiles & Co., city.
A   Siwash   was   Struck  down   by   a
street car  yesterday  evening opposite Lee Kee's store, Columbia street.:
The Indian was not injured. '
The annual general meeting of the
R. A. & I. society will be held in the
council chamber this evening.     The
...   iting will be presld id over by Pres-
| ident T. J. Trapp.
Alex.   Cruickshank   of   Matsqui   is
offering a reward of ib,) for inf.irnia-
; tion which will lead to the recovery
of a team of horses which were stolen
��� from his premises on the night OiSep-
, tember 10.    He describes the missins
; animals in  the  following  manner:   A.
I black mare, weight about 1300, saven
! years old; a light mare, weight about
! luuo younds,  quite young.    'I'he  provincial police have complete descriD-
tions  of the  horses  ami  are  on the
search.
Advertising Cuts
of  every  description,  for  any
purpose.     Designs   and   Esti
mates free.
Chas.   H.    Rawson
Room 4. 165 Cordova Street W..
VANCOUVER.   B.   C.
Also orders taken tor  Printing,
f.ffr
ft'
.jr~
RESOLVED
THftT GARMENTS SHOULD Bt
ALL WOOL IF PEOPLE WHO SELL
THEMTo YOU 5AYTHEY ftRt-
THE L/WB MAY BE "fleeced
IN ORDER TO MAKE WOOLE/V
GOODS BOr^U/HEED NOT
BE FLEECED  IF W BUY AT
f\  RELIABLE  STORE
BU5TER BROWN.
CHICAGO.
FROM THE LOOKS OF .SOME PEOPLE WHOM WE
-SEE ON THE .STREET SOME SUITS AND OVERCOATS ARE CERTAINLY A YARD WIDE, IF
NOT ALL WOOL. OT COURSE OUR SUITS ARE
ALL WOOL BUT WE ARE THANKFUL THAT
THEY ARE NOT ALL A YARD WIDE, AND ,So
SHOULD YOU BE, BECAUSE YOU ARE NOT A
YARD WIDE. WHY NOT GET CLOTHES THAT
FIT? WE FIT PEOPLE IN OUR STORE. THE
ONLY TIME WHEN MANY PEOPLE WHO BUY
CLOTHES "HAVE A FIT" IS AFTER THEY BUY
THEM. 'YoU WILL NOT HAVE A FIT AFTER
YOU BUY A SUIT AND AN OVERCOAT FROM
US, BUT WHEN YOU BUY THEM.
RESPECTFULLY,
���
Tl-lf:   CLOTMBER
Opposite Post Office. New Westrnsr.sier
cf the knds of insurance  I write:
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S  LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL  ILLNESS
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE   STOCK
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rate. Phcne,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. PAGE 8IX
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIC
AY.
OCT
The
0dison
(3J Pnonoqraph
(|T   v"*7    THE
HKTx^rf Acme. J*
... \ *Sy Vs
^Mi
Realism
LOOKING FORxLF" THE BAND
Tne boy is right in nis surmise,
although his method is more
forcible than reasonable.
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
Every Record means an extra selection by the band,
Vve nave 3000 Records for you to
choose from.     See our exhibit
at the fair.
J. H. TODD
New AiVestminsters Music House
me peeping  SecKncc6.
The famous bacteriologist, Professor Robert Koch, who last spring
went to Africa to study the somnolency disease, has established that
the plague, raging principally in
British Uganda, on the northern
shore of the Victoria Nyanza, carried away more than 200,000 people. Xot only the natives, as first
assumed, but also Europeans fall
victims to the disease. The germ
of the disease is transmitted by a
stinging fly. Prevention of the disease is, according to Dr. Koch, only
possible through extermination of
the flics.
Our Cotton.
Only 44 per cent of the southern
farms now derive their principal income from cotton. Still cotton production has steadily increased from
7,000,000 bales, worth $300,000,000,
twenty years ago, to 13,000,000
bales'last year, worth $028,000,000.
The home grown cotton demand of
the mills of the United States is
now about 4,000.000 Ijales a year,
The census of 1900 Bhows that in
twenty years the improved acreage
of twelve southern states increased
from 78,082,484 acres to 107.573,-
679.
Monster  Spider Craba.
"I have collected specimens of crabs
In all parts of the world," said a naturalist, "but I shall never forget the
pleasure I experienced in securing a
j monstrous specimen of the Japauese
spider crab, the largest ever found.
The combined length of the feeding
arms of tbis monster was more than
twelve feet, while the body portion
was about twenty inches across. Wheu
alive, It weighed about seventy-five
pounds. Oue of the oddest things
about these creatures is their ability
to assume a disguise. This feat thej
are able to perform owing to the flexibility of their pinchers and to the
hooked hairs and spines with which
their numerous arms are studded. By
means of their pinchers tbey tear off
small fragments of sponges and seaweeds. After flrst putting these to
their months, which contain a glutinous
saliva, they place them on the surface of their limbs and bodies by
sticking them fast with a rubbing
movement. By this method the crab
succeeds In completely changing itt
appearance and rendering itself indistinguishable from tbe materials common to the bottom of the sea. While
crawling along it seems as though n
portion of the ocean bed was ju mo
tlon, so close is the reserablaB.'".'-
McQUARRIE   &   C(j]
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial A o...
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
NEW SHOES FOR WOMEN
The Edwin C. Burts shoes are the
finest ever seen in this city. Our
new fall stock is here. We invite
all visitors to our exhibition to call
and inspect them. They are shown
in a dozen different models of dress
and shirt wear.
They have all the styles and character that good shoe making can give
them.
In every point of quality they are
fully equal to the best bench made
shoe.
They are smart models for young
ladies, and the more conservative
shapes for ladies who desire them.
These shoes are sold only in this city
by ���HHBBBHbHHHb
'it
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
6 room house on Hamilton street,
all modern improvements. One lot
from car line; iot 60x132. Price $1400.
- i sh, balance In monthly ; ay-
roents-
���  room house, ail modem Improve
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton.   Price $2700.   $1000 cash,
balance on time.
.:y  acres land next  to  Royal  Oak
lias  been   cultivated,    noi  a
stump on it. now in grass, 28  bearing fruit trees,  all   kinds,    Buffli l< Q
lumber to build good large barn, 5-
-':.; house and barn and large chick-
e n house tor about L'SO chickens;
: well; near to school and tram;
a fenced. Price $3500-. Terms $15""
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 Apr:;
���  llowing, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 60x132 ft., S. '_; of 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
S'250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
���I lots between Fourth avenue an I
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 25 and
JO, close to new tram line exteusion.
$1200, half cash, half six month-.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $S"ri a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;  price $050.
160 acres less right of way about S
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped.
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too 14x2.
and lean too 16x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x16; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; -wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 24, lot 9, $1000 each.
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; bam 40x75,
sufficienl feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash. bal. to suit purchaser.   Oue mile  Sapperton; ,, rooms and kltcl
Full   Bi��.d    ���
of   Regina   Sl
I
$400;   hall cash ' *m
1 lj"ts    88x122 each,   in. ,   1
13th street   $1200 cash.        ""
2 H0TJSES I ^.KearvjJ
trom . tation <:i new car line.
Lot 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson bouse'. Carnarvon Btreet; tull size $1600.
160 ACRES ahout two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
anl partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $176"
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2. Dis .
Lot S; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 1.0T3, 132x132, X.-W. corner of
10th Street   and   St. Andrews.   Price
$1050; half cash.
shed and -1 rooms, kitchen mm
shed.    $1000 e,.
ance easy. '   ""
77.5S   Anjl:s
ploughed and -
>- '1 sect. 5. $75 per ac     ���
cash one-third  i, '
months. "
7 L0T8'  l20x -th AvmJ
4  lots clean I, . ,..  .,,;,]
house, 175 chic 1
price $1500, $1	
6 ACRES good h ,ii| Gw j
Lot   ";'  corm '   B a   MountalaJ
and  Brunette  roa      .-,.-..
^^^__^_^_^_^_^_______________     roomed   hou- ..L
2 lots on Sth St. between   5th and   kitchen and thre ,.-...  .%, 1
6th Ave. on east side;   full sized, 66x   ed;  conserva; >:,     . ..."
132; Xos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipe-.-  well; stable; baq
115   bearing  fruit   trees;  conBl'dert
stock ready to plant out; 2 skeptical
5  acres cleared,  light timbei oni
maining acre;    ali fenced;   y,
from school.    Price $3000; ball cj_J
bal. In 6 months at 7 per cent
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, corner of Auckland & llth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
!,500
1  lx)t 88x132,
$800  cash.
:'     '��� '������'������', 13th E
$2,
3 LOTS,    5, 6 & 7,   full sized ul
.;;. i cleared, upper side of 5th Avenue, jj
...������..������..��..������'��.', tween 1st and -n.i Streets.   Price $
I each.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between  7th and Sth avenues.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Street 1
Oth Avenue on south side, Xo. 3i,l
'37 & 38, full slz-'.    Price $1100 (ortl
four, or $300 each; half cash.
2  houses  corner or    Merrival    and |       ^	
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31, Double tenement house, 4tb Anl
lot 11; oue house rents for $25, thei 1st and 2nd St.; 1 lee'. Price KflJ
other $10;   flush  closets  and  all con- j cash half and half in 0 months at!
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER COX-
NECTIOX. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AXD EALAXCE IX 0, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
needed with sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2.0<i0, balance ln 6, 12 and 18
months at 7 %.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.)    Price $500; for the two, 1-2 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent  ft���� ����� ����JJjg-J J
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 11 of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outsble city limits
$60 each   lot.
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres Vi section 14, N. Vi of Ej
of Tn. 2, about :; miles from bridged
llaworth   road,  Surrey;    house LW
1V6 storey house, 3 rooms finished,I
with clover, red; fairly easily clean!
One mile from Bhingle mill. P-l
$1,200;. terms half cash, halance I
months at 7  ri
enquiry.
^^^^^^^^^^W'estorly 4,  11 of 63, Sub. Blocl I
Fuller   particulars on 132x132 corner 100 feet s<iuare;
houses drawing $28 per month. Ki
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and
months.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a coiummandin
^^^^^^^^^^���      160  S.E.   I  of ri .'triii ri, Dist. J
situation;   '1 bird   avenue,  at   foot   of  lo acres,partly cleared; Kanaka craf
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy term6.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres |
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance C
and 12 months.
Tbis property is only V2 mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x122, 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, IB acres
cleared; barn 60 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 360, Joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
running through; goo.! road; oneuflj
north of Webster's corner; BMlfl
mill and P.O. at the west corner; III
ber worth $7-per acn'; cellar andM
4 miles from Port Haney. M��
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance I
ranged.
Large lot ami two cottages onOi
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both rcnted|
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey housefllf
full size lot, situated north fide ��l
Royal avenue and corner of MclM
street; 9 rooms; bath room, bot an.
cold water, closet; wooelsheei; yotUj
bearlg fruit trees; streets cn three
���Ides; fine view. Price $1,800. .Mj
cash.
7 lots Xos. 81 to 86 and BB, !'5 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Dunns ranch, j
4 lots cleared without a stump; small ^^	
house,   chicken     house,     175    choice" a"d 3rd Ave., second lot from Qneen"i���
chickens; horse and rig;  $1500 cash.   Ave-I    52x122 feet; all cleared; '""I
alongside and   back.     Price   $1(X
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen''j
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.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us, This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- anil Emory street, comprising
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an 11
First street, held nt $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 l-2xS5, $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, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars,
Lo's 17. 18, J.9, 20, 21, face on 16th
sti eel. and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 Inside lots $200 each. Price
$950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3, Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full siwei lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $80 I cash
Acreage on  Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road,   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this price.
Xo. 308.���S-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and C mos. at. 7 rb.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms ',<_> cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
half cash, balance easy at 7 '.'
150 acres improved land, \nM-W
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,006. If!'01
can handle this, don't delay; it!'
bargain; terms can be arranged,
t-^For the above tour properties j
special price will be made toonepw
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between Ilj
and 5th Ave.; 2 single and 1 d��ubIe
bedrooms upstairs, and bath roM1
down stairs; parlor, dining room, ty
chen and pantry. Full sized Id m'
ning back to Ash St. Price *3-800,
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 I*'
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No,   310.���9-roomed   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   y2   cash, |at 7 per cent
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
Xo.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath j north side between First.and Se
room, Agnes  St.     Price $2,500;   \_   streets,  No.  B   6 and  7.    Price J��9
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,  ! each or $1100 for the three.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth ave""'
Secone
Full sized lot, nortii side of Ha.
ilton street between Sixth and 08
streets; $22G.
BurnaW1
DAVS
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, % aore strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 23;  frame barn 30 I
���t.hi!   1)'hP��St1frn,ne h0,13e  "n<i  CO*  $160 an acre   FOR   A   FEW
stables, three in nil. stable 8 cows and   ONLY.   One-quarter cash,  balance1
;.;;;';, h0PT\'iear Misslon stat,on; and 2 ^at 7 %���
schools,    churches    near    at.    hand; ...noi*
steamer lands twice a day; ahout 100      * lot No. 24 on 13th. street
acres timher, fir and cedar never been  B,de ot 4tn avenue.    Price $2W ^
bouse ml   ,    f i ��    �� X U'  h0n  f11" B^ed lots.    Price $2,500. one"
noise ma.le of hewed timber laid In cash, bal. 6. 12 and 13 mor.'M
���rta!:'"* ������<'���   A chance of a life-1 ���  ��� ft Jjj
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at C L ' Iota "n r!r,h S���treet.'��n' mcH, ^
per cent. e,lt \Sub. 15, S. Blk. 13.     $350 e��n'
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stay in the city.
)ur stock is now complete in
Ladies9 Furs, Blouses,
\Dress Skirts, Fancy
Collars and Belts,
Underskirts, Flannelette
and Woven Underwear
Also Whitewear
Children's Furs, Hats, Caps, Coats,
Bonnets, Coats, Dresses, Hosiery,
Underwear, Etc.
Cushion Tops
Frills and Cords
Tinted Centres
Stamped and
Fancy Linens
If wanting a neat souvenir, ask
for our Souvenir Cushion Tops--
prices range from
40c to 75c each
THE H HITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Street
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in: OLD cor.NTUV BOOT stork, a wide var
o   strong
footwear, the very pick ot the Old Country and Canadian *
tions. o
ong country war we have-  the  Dlcfc  Waterproof  Boo   . ���  *
he Glencalrn, al  ?4.00'; the Northampton, al $3.50 to $4.50.
est   .ve  specially   recommend as j'jst right.
' and Children's Boots from the finest to the stron     I    Prl-
m derate.
B ��� ���' school v      .        tin- Die I.  B ol:   II   Is all ri -        Size -
. $2.00;   1   to 5, $2.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St
J.    STEWART,    Proprietor $
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$2900.00
No excuse to be without a House when you can get |
one already furnished ready for the purchaser      |
to step in.   New house, six rooms fur- |
nished, two lots, splendid location
$2900.00, terms.
English  Tobaccos,   Best Briar  and
Choice Meerschaum Pipes
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
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Souvenir Pest c.irds of No'.i Westminster
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For Two Weeks
160 acres of land on the Scott road, near
this city; $30 per acre. You [can buy a
part of this on good terms.
P. PEEBLES ��2
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���    When in the city, whether visitor or resldent.THE PLACE TODlNt   ��� ���
I open Day and Night.        Meal, served at all hours, ��� | 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307 j
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Look for It!
The Label that Protects is in every genuine " Progress Brand" Coat and Overcoat.
Whenever you buy���do just what this man
did���Look for the Label���and don't buy
'til you find it. 10a
H.   I_.   de BECK
A BRIDGE CURIOSITY.
Odil
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Sol ill
Built    ot
In    Mr-.li-o
Mulioktn-.}'.
As mahogany is among the must cost
lv woods In the world, it may well he
inferred that Oils tropical material ll
not very extensively employed in the
construction of buildings, etc. A bridge
constructed of noliel mahogany is certainly a rarity, a curiosity. There is
one, claimed to be the only one iu the i
world, built of that material. This
structure is located In the department
of Palenque, state eif Chiapas, republic'
of Mexico. This district lies in the extreme southwestern part of Mexico,
near the boundary line of Guatemala.
This mahogany bridge is constructed
entirely of that valuable wood except
some iron supports, braces and nail? -
that aire necessary.   The bridge spaas
the Itio Mlchol, and its total length, In-
eluding  approaches,  exceeds 150 feet,
while tbe width is fifteen feet.   It Is
used  by  both  teams  anil  pedestrians. ,
and,   although   somewhat   rude   nud
primitive   In   construction,   it  Is  very'
substantial.
None of the timbers of the flooriug j
were save l, f er In that region there |
are no sav mil s, hut were hewn and |
split. j
In that section ol' oli Mexico there '
are several ver/ larga rubber plantations,  and mahogany  trees nre quite
common.  In clearing away the tropical '
forests for setting ont the young rub |
her trees the  mahogany  growths an?
also cut dowu and removed.   As this
wood is quite abundant, some oi it was j
used in building the bridge.���American i
Inventor.
they alight on lt 'they arc' lost. Their
claws become entangled in the secretion, the bell shaped mouth folds up
and they are literally swallowed.
ComlU-nt ot All Flub.
The fish was no bigger than a silver
dollar. It* color wns bright gold, aud
lt had EC beautiful bushy golden tall.
"That," said the pet stock dealer, "ls
the finest aquarium llsh iu the world,
a Chinese brush tailed goldfish. It is
handsome, healthy and long lived. A
good brush tailed goldfish." he concluded, "costs $250 or $300, and some line
specimens have sold for as much as
$700 apiece."
Good  Some  Other Time.
"Just as Jack was about to kiss me
last night father walked Into thc
room."
"What did you do';"
"I gave Jack a rain check."���Milwaukee Sentinel.
Imperative.
First Doctor���Is this operation absolutely necessary? Second Doctor���It
ls. The only possible chance vre hav��
of collecting our bill is from his life
Insurance!���Life.
A Poor  Wrapper.
"Yes; poor Mrs. Elderly is all WTap-
ped up ln that son of hers."
"And he isn't much of a wrapper,
eM"
���V'ii^ertns Tommy I'p.
The obstacles which beset the path
way of a photographer when he endeavors to secure "a pleasant expression" are many, particularly when his
sitters are of a tender age.
"1 do not belifeve whipping does children a particle of good," said Mrs.
Green, returning flushed and discouraged from a visit to the photographei
with her Tommy. "Here I've spent
over au hour in that hot room trying to
make this child look pleasant. I've
slapped his hands twice, and he looked
crosser each time than he did before."
���Youth's Companion.
Employment  and   hardship  prevent
melancholy.���Johnson.
"Drumming" In Me:<:co.
Cheap traveling men who can
pick up orders in a brisk nnd breezy
fashion in the west and southwest
of our own country are not the men
who may he.: expected to do business
In Mexico. The professional ''hus-
tier" is quite apt to he of no use
down here. Men of. education and
cultu.re, with gentlemanly manners
md a knowledge of th.e Language,
Its people and their customs, are the
sort of traveling men American
firms need not onlv for tins country,
but for all eSpanish America,���Consul J. A. Le Roy of Duranjfo.
The Cqrpae riant.
The corpse plant is a remarkable !
carnivorous specimen that grows in j
the colony cf Natal. Its principal
feature is a bell shaped mouth, with
a throat opening iuto a hollow stem.
It is almost black and covered with
a thick, glutinous secretion, while its
odor is very offensive. This attracts
carrion feedilLSr. birds to It and mre
Polls:. Z2\\zr: and Jail.
Some Polish editors ''.ave a hard
time. In a parting wor ! to his readers the retiring proprietor of the
Polish paper Gornoslazak says that
durin;.' the five years of the paper's
existence the responsible editors
have spent four and a half years in
prison, while $3,750 has been paid
at fines.
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce |
paid-uP Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 j |
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO. |
K B   WAI.KBR,  President. ALEX.  LAIRD.  General  Manager   |g
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FAR.MERS' BANKING.
Iv��"7 facility  afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Note,
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING DY MAIL-Deposlts  may be made or withdrawn oby mail
u,--of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANOH-H. R DAVIDSON. ManagW.
OPEN*   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
I :',!:
Cleared   Lot!
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for      %
$750.00 I
I
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
Vancouver - Opera - House
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th.
!      'Unexpected' Pink Tea
IN AID OF
The Vancouver Firemen's Benefit Association
Under the distinguished patronage cf Lieutenant- Governor lhe rloncr-
j able James Dunsmuir and staff. Hon.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, K.C.M.G.,
K.C.,   Lady Tupper.
Place���A Home Drawing Room.    Timi���Any Surprised Oil-1.
CAST:
A "Helpful Friend    Dr. .1. Qraham-IIre
: Another "Helpful" Friend    Mr. A. 11. Kendall
"Embarrassed"   Host    Addington-Lear
llis Wife (arriving, to blm, unexpectedly)    Madam Addington
Their  "Unexpected"  but   welcome guests, who will render Vocal "an.l  lu
j        BtrumentaH Selections.
| Overture���Shaufsplel   Symphony Orchestra
Waltz���BuBueno      Symphony Orcm?stra
Man li���Chief Executive    Symphony Orchestra
Quartette���The Young Musician       Apollo   Quartette
Tenor���Troubadour's Song (from Robin Hood)    Mr. Geo. A. Wood
Bas30���Armourer's Song ( from Robin Hood) Mr. A. H. Kendall
l'iano���Valse de Concert Mrs. Arthur Ray
Quartette���Estudlantlna       Lyric Quartette
Violin���(a) Romanze:   (b) Mazurka   Mrs. E. J. H. Canlinail
Tenoi���I Love You    Mr. H. J. Cave
Contralto���(a) Song of Thanksgiving;   (b) Sans Toi .. Miss Eileen Magulre
Quartette���The Toast       Apollo Quartette
Mezzo Soprano���Rec. and Air, O Luce di Quest "Anlma"  (from Opera Linda di C'namouinix)   Madame  Addington
Baritone���Love the Peddlar      Mr.  J. Geo.  Lister
Duet���Sous les Etoiles   Madame Addington and Mr. H.J. Cave
Quartette���Magic of Spring Waltz	
'    Madame Addington, Miss Maguire,    Messrs.  Cave and    Kendall
Mrs. Arthur Ray, Accompanist.
Realistic and Startling Spectacular Act, "The Night Alarm," oy Vancouver Firemen under Chief Carlisle. I
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Visitors Welcome
Visitors will Le made welcome  at   my officii..    I  have  fitted up
Visitors' Rooms, where you may write your letters, rest or read the
Judge Selects Winners
In Kennel Club Show
pajeers.
Meet Me at Kerrs
Arrange to meet your friends  at Kerr's offices.
WJ.KERR.,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING  COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH  AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON    -4 ��� ���   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
TOTAL   $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not neces sary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ra
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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VV/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
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BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
For Home  Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
and Clark Centennial at Portland in 1905, anil of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest .award on (ne first
ballot, and if there had been any higher prize offered ihe Monarch Kange
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SOI1S
187 Columbia St   Tel. 65
AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Dr. Clayton, Of Chicago, haa finish-
! ed his judging of the New WeBtmln-
Bter Krnut-l club's show, anj expressed himsell as extremely pleased with,
both dogs and Arrangements. He saw
thai i.e. dogs were a splendid lot, and
particularly mentioned the foj. ter-;
riers, setters, pointers, cockers, and
Scottish tn riers as very strong classes, with dogs in them that are tit to
compete enywhere. Dr. Clayton ri
well qualified to express an opinion,
as he has visited all of the best shows
for the past twenty years both as
judge and spectator. He has crossed
the continent three limes this year
to officiate at kennel club shows, an I
was asked to judge the Salt hake
City kennel show, which takes place
at the same time as the New Westminster exhibition, bul he had previously promised to officiate here.
Among other shows which Dr. (i.
W. Clayton has judged during the past
year may be mentioned the Chicag i
Detroit, Seattle, and Portland.
The New Westminster Kennel club
is affiliated with the Canadian Kennel club, and all dogs ' nter id an i
prizes given are registered with the
older association.
The awards in the different classes
were as follows:
Japanese Spaniels���Open Dogs.
Mrs. A. F. Webber���Togo.
Open   Bitches.
Mrs. A. F. Webber���Hune.
Pomeranian or Spitz���Open Dogs.
Miss Alma Leamy���N'ick.
Scotch   Terriers���Novice   Dogs.
Mr. Bradley-Dyne���Beautiful Bogie;
I Mrs.   J.   All wood���Glenartney   Rogue.
Open Dogs.
.Mrs.     Bradley-Dyne���Bravo;     Mrs.
Jas. Hunter���Glenartney Mac.
Novice Bitches.
Mrs.     Bradley-Dyne���Vixen;      Mrs.
Bradley-Dyne���-Saanlch Skittles.
Open   Bitches.
Mrs.  Bradley-Dyne���Sandown Brownie; silver medal presented b.v Henry
Birks, Mrs. Bradley-Dyne���Bravo.
Daschunds���Open Dogs.
F. Goerlick���Rubin.
Boston Terriers���Puppy Bitches.  .
Purple Kennels���Purple's Girlie.
Open   Dogs.
Purple Kennels���Gambler Joe.  '
D. S. Curtis' prize of cased pipe was
won by Purple Kennels' Gambler Joe.
Fox   Terriers   Smooth���Puppy.
R. G. Anthony���Devon Double;    F.
Booth���Trick.
Novice   Dogs.
R.  G. Anthony���Devon  Double;   A.
Malins���Essex   Chinkie;     F.   Booth-
Trick.
Limit Dogs.
H. R. Davidson���Vixen.
Open Dogs.
R. G. Stanley Anthony���Dartmouth:
G. Florence���Ch. Coversea; J. Kent-
Re Mate; v.ri.C, H. P. Davidson-
Vixen; H.C.. Arthur Malins������Essex-
Chin Kie. Reserve, Mrs. Turner-
Sunshine Bobs.
Puppy  Bitches.
X.  MoConnel���May-Belle;      F.   I'.
Lyle���Skipper.
Novice   Bitches.
X.   McConnell���May-Belle;      H.   B.
Bell   Irving���Vixen;       H,   Knmsen���
Trixie.
Limit   Bitches.
W. H.  Coates���Vady Van:      H. fi.
Bell Irving���Vixen:  Mrs. Adam Hicks
���Devon Peggy.
(To  be  continued.1
staining of the bu-uns an.l woodwork
is completed.
The waitresses are enabled to wait
e ii the diners with more celerity on
account of ihe room being in a more
extended shape. This advantage He
the people wishing to e.ai in a hurry
i- greal and Mrs. Cook is endeavoring
,<e do hei besl to have hn- patrons
served with a- little delay as nos-
sible.
bHAKULEK NUT ANXIOUS
Tfl AGAIN MEEf BURN
li is i]uiu probable that the lo-fflTle
: ,i . which was proposed between
:. Un- champion of Western Canada, and W. R, Chandler, of VuTicbu-
v. r, will not come off. A proposition
was made by chandler prior to TTrd-
���i- -.lay's race in this city lhal in case
Hum succeeded in beating Chandler
ia the lu-miJe race, a return event
������. eld In given lor fifteen miles, as
Chandler thinks be cnn do his best
work in a fifteen-mile -vent.
Tbe iph'stiiui of running lhe long
distance was casually talked over between the managers of the principals
yesterday in Vancouver and it developed, according lo report, lhal (.'handler was not a! all anxious to meet
Burn again, even al his own .list,inc.'.
Another conference will be held today
and if no arrangements for 'he race
are completed, Burn will leave Immediately foi Calgary, where he will run
two open races before leaving tor
Toronto to meet Coley and later,Longboat. He expects to race Coley about
ihe fifteenth of this month, and Longboat about the end of October.
|dav.
What .about that endowment policy
in ihe Mutual Life of Canada? It will
pay you to see S. W. Bodley at L'Srl
Columbia St. This is the solid com
pany,
Don't be persuaded to me
imported salt on the grounds of
economy. WINDSOR SALT
at present prices, is the cheapeil
in the end.
mow
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1 Souvenir Goods I
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HEADQUARTERS    FOR
SOUVENIR SPOONS, Etc.
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>:
I
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler I
a Agent for the Hamilton Watch. >.
*i a
A ���
1M!*lL*ll*mK*ZK*^
I Electric Railway Service f
Mrs.  Cook's  New  Palace.
Mrs. Cook's new coffee palace has
attracted ,a great many people during the three days which it has been
open, and continue, to attracl many
people for months to come. The new
cafe, which is situated In the Dominion Trust building, and has a Beparato
entrance on Sixth street, is fitted up
In the mosi approved style and ba i
wondows on two sides of the restaurant.
The furniture of the new coffa
palace is entirely new, not one of tin-
tables ,ami chairs being transferred
from the old coffee palace on Columbia street, to the new premises. Thi.
new furniture is of ancient oak ami
will match well with the other equin-
ment of  the   restaurant     when    tha
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Reynier's  Kid GI
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    way
Stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p.  m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  lenye riant
office on (he hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 0:20 a. rn.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 0:30
a.  in.
Sunday Service   liait-nourly be- ���
tween Srifl a.m. and 11 p.m.        J
...IMPROVED FARM..
90 acres, Td acres cleared and u nder cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in  alder bottom   land; good house (nearly new); Large
learn, etc.; situated 2% miles from to wn on flrst class road.   The land produced 3% tons of bay  per acre this   year and Other crops in proportion.
THIS  SPEAKS  FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00,  Easy Terms
1 British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd \
��&#*
V-*
The Best Made
oves
We are sole agents  for  this   world   tamou    G ���
': ''' 1    1 h I
Increase of business in our glove departmenl we '.'  "" {:%\
ling this Glove of Quality. |
There is a satisfaction in selling a good glovi
we sell Reynler's.   Let your nexl pair be a Reynlei i;(|.
showing all th" new shades.
'i':r;
Wi
art'
of
Bonevai. a Bhorl glove, shown  iii    shades
green, tan. mode- beaver, brown, etc.,  per  pall
Long  Glace  Kid Grives.  12 anl   16 button lengths,
mode black, and white, per pair   .,���.
 uo�� to Km |
Long  Undressed Gloves, 12 and   16 button,  in  bla -.. ,   ,
per   pair     ito-.
- *2 25 tc tl.oo |
I
12.00
rie
'ri
nicest Glove sold; per pair. . .
Picque  Sewn,  per  pair        $2.00
Short Glace Kid, per pair	
   $1.25 and $1.50
Cape Kid, per pair $1.25 & $1.50
Leather   Lined,   jeer   pair. .$1.25
If there are any gloves you
want which we have not mentioned her<'. ask us about them;
we know   who has them.
ftKKHD PRIX, PAR,S
A Few Suggestions about New
Clothing for Women
Probably  many  who read  this advertisement  inn,   oei I some r.-i |
article of Woman's attire in a hurry this week.
To those, these few suggestions will be appropriate,   ������-ina mere-1
ly thrown o'ii as a base announcement of a few of thi  varied lines.
new ready-to-wear goods now being shown.   We Inviti all visitors 1
the city to make themselves at  home' in our store, and see ee f.-w .11
the long contemplated improvements which have been       led out
A Fur for Every Woman
and Child
So many have remarked upon the large assortment of new Fur. 1
which we are showing.   We are certainly showing the I irgest range]
we have ever shown, a.ntl they Are priced right thi-
uiwn their having been  bought  right.
Infants' Sets in Bearskin or     White Fur, each    $1.25 to $5001
Misses' Fur Scarves, in all shades usually  sold  in  'b���   cheaper audi
medium priced goods;  ..ach  $1.75 to $7.5.1
Women's Marmot stoles, in mink colorings and finish, a choicerangra
and economically priced, in  lines  which   we  oan  recommend for
wear; each     $4.50 to $37.50 |
Other makes of Furs, such as  bear,   sable,     genuine   mink, marten.
etc.,   we  show   from,   each $12.00 to $75.031
See the New Styles in Women's
Neckwear this week
Any costume is Bpoiled by an old or soiled collar being worn witl
It, There is such an exquisite range of dainty styles, modestly pit
ceil, that there is no excuse fur careless dressing in thi- respfcet. A
new lot jusi in, in time for exhibition.
Lace Collars,  in .all  stj les, each     25c to $1-50
Turnovers, in over 50 de signs,  each      10c to 75c
Chiffon Collars, in hundreds of colors, suitable for any kind ofweWi
each    35c to $2.50
Silk Shoulder Scarves, tin- newesi scarf shown, in let Wool, Shetland
Wool, Sill; and Lace; many call them Motor Scarves; each 	
 50c to $3-53
THERE ARE MANY NEW ARRIVALS IN THE  READY-TO-
WEAR DEPARTMENT
New Coats and New Skirts have arrived   this  week, also   Suits
and Blouses. ���   ���,,   ���
���'������   ���
This ddpartmenl  is situated in ihe new store which we bave]
occupied.    Enter bj   thi   main door,  where you  will bi ':
this bust.' section,
Leave Your Orders for
Millinery
Wi' have had a stmiuous time, in the Millinery Department i'ur'
ing the past week. Some orders wero not filled just when promised,
but  we did our best  te, gel orders out. on time.
New lilies are coming in from day to day, and Wflnts are easll)
Qlled from our immense selection in stock at present.
Leave- your order af once, ami we will endeavor to have' youi &a
when needed.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - . New Westminster lOAV.
OCT. 4,
1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PACK NINE
PROFESSIONAL
&   BOWES,  Barris
etc.,   42   Lome
��A    solicitors,      ^^_^^_
Iw1- .eiirt    House,   New
ttnimsier
r-cmr   �� EDMONDS, Barris
lHlT   "ii     ' idtora, Blaokie Blk.
A   Whealler, P.O. Box
phone 143.
LIST Of PRIZE
AI
WINNERS
I
''     ',r'eet   New   Westminster
H. L. Edmonds.
Special Prizes.
|     i ii'   ��� ���       com ietii ion        the i p<
MPTON DOLE, solid     cia.  prizes offered    by the  different1
2,  Mrs.
upreme court. Oflic.es j milling companies for bread and pas-
..���r:;:^ehX ��- *        ^ no,
aster.   Money to   wa�� one "; ;" ���   ���     i       i��lt
*��� v in thh  class.   Fur the J25 o  ���    d
thi   Lal ���   oi  tli ���  Woo Is milling i in ���
'    :e   slXtj   in
]'��� '��� I   vi hile for thi   $15 .  lz<   offi
11.'.  the 0 Millii :
entries  had  been rei
Mrs.
k'TlS
..;;     -ft    M*C-   .-iri:-:-.
.  .      ... i.'..-���-.   <--'������ ���''���
. sunmstei, frapp Bia.
and   borne   Mieela.
.   ���  to 24, 44r, riraag
. enh Martin, K. C, v    ges had a hard task to determine the
winner In  the
je numb
much Infi
dinners, seven
���   anel the prize i s.    e oi
narrowi ;t  ol   ...
Division  E.���Bread,
i
i.       of the ^'o
Coa i       J. 1. Lou-
I��� ���,t   V.    U.  McQuarrie,  H.  A
Martin will  be in th:
. ,eB every Friday at
DOC 	
mZi-r E MARTIN, Barrister and
I dchon  block,  Colum-
J; le streets, New West
.YERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
I ,.if, in practice since
tmiafltar. B.C.   Ot I    Vancouvi   . B. C:
Curtis Block, Clark
opposite   Court House,   bread, ruafe
Id N'
i
^^^^^^^^^^   mad.-
non-profi _-
B. .1.   Ba   ��� "    i   ntral   i'l'k;
::   C. Hodgson, city.
iid otn    piece���1,
A. !'  Ro . .;���>  R, il. Bowketl
a    tie.
Em     iid o ird   or   bureau
.1, Mrs.  R.   \   Bi wkel  : 2, B. ���'���
a oo       i.  Mis-   Robi rtson, city.   ,
Pillow sham     I. virs.Paula Mtlsen; ���
VI   . J. MoN   i, i I
ollet mats    I, Mist Lockie Brown;
2, Mrs.  McNi 111
Emi roi lery on satin or bolting clbth .
v   Bl city,
ie silk i li        l.  Mrs.  Op-
2, "'���'.-     '       ei lon, Vancouver.
���    a i  i mbroidery - I,     Mrs.   C.
2, Mrs. li  Ba clay.
Ri Mrs. C. Wur-
Sofa ,bb "-'    I, Mrs. G.Lafoom, Rev-
2. Mi      D. Murd
En mo oi   mantle scarf
1,  Urs   G
bob -1. Mr j. J
Why Should Not
New Westminster Men
Have the Best Clothes Made
THE
Broadway Clothes
Are Now on the Coast
Rl
Telephone 64.
im "Fi       C. AVe I;  2,   VIrs. X. Sinclair.
N SFORD,    Barrister,
���   etc.. Crescent block,
|pr .      and     McKi
- -'minster, B. C,
Rosi > e    . ���     B. rtirdy,
ize pn si nted by th
ie	
D   B   Dix  .i    I.   . .  Vai
B. C: 1   r thi      sl loal   il homi  ma
Pin n��� E   Malins;    2,
Mrs. M. .i. Barrett.
:".-iisr-> i     1.  i".  11   Shicpe;
2   Miss  Lockie  Brown.
Han . te   chii f   case���1,   Mrs   F.   B.
j   anj   lai.   non-pi if<       I-   e,  city;   2,  Mrs. 0. D. Clint. Van-
....     Royal  Housi h i d     '������> iver.
IpD OF TRADE,���New  Westmin \i:_   p*rcy Seoord, Mrs.  E. .'.
|   .. : Trade meets, in the? pfintian(j,
ard Room, City Hall, as follows;       Special esented by tl    East-
cond Wednesday of each month . ,   Milling Co., Eburne,  B,  C,
lartt-iy meetings on the .secon-i w   K   Ea   . ^ ,.   ,.v:i    secretat
Lady's Irinel  bas���1. Mrs. (". Wore-
2, Mrs. B. .1. Barrett.
Pii ce of bead work���1,  Mrs. A.  P.
Roi ih :  2, Miss Lockie Brown.
Basket in raffia work���l,M7ss Lockie
tednesday
of     February,     Maj
. ���
ie besl   loal of homi   Brown,
an    lady non-
their   "Imi i
. .       I  November   at S  p. m. ,    ,   made  ,.
knuul meetings    on    the    second
I,-..    a.     Of      February.      Ne* :i''1    fr
be   proposed    and flour���1. Mrs. Alex   Speck;  2, Mrs. J.
kited at any monthly or quartern v  Rennie, city,
��Uig.   A. HS. White. Sec. Siu.(.a   prlM      _ _. ed        Cm Jas
i Smart manufacturing company, Brock
1 Ilie, Ont.:  Poi   thi   best ri.ri ol hour
     made   bread,   non-professional,    from
SOCIETIES.
Pat! I   sign���1, Mrs D. Barclay.
Papei flowers, assorted���2, Mrs. D.
Barclay.
Novelty of an.v kind���1, Miss Lockie
Brown.
Lamp shade���1, Mrs. w. C. Robertson.
Work done li yladies over 70 years
The Broadway Clothes are miles ahead of any others
made to-day.
The best imported Cloths, the best lining and framework trimmings money can buy, the highest salaried
tailors, the best designer in Canada.
They are in the nearly finished condition, you can see
just how they will look before buying, no fussing with
tailors, no big prices, we cut them in two, no waiting,
you can get your clothes in an hour or twro.
Vancouver men are wild with delight over Broadway
Clothes, why shouldn't you too, have the best.
Satisfaction or no sale.    Money back if you want it.
You are os welcome to look as to buy.
We will refund your fare on any purchase $20.00 or over.
|0 f-AMITY LODGE, NO. 27- either  of the     following    brands    <>;   of  age-1,   Mrs.  Q.  D.  Clint.  Yancou-
'   ' ri- meetings of this lodge flour:  Thc Lake, of the Woods, "Five   ver: 2, Mrs. R, G. Hodgson.
In Oddfellows' hall, Colum- Roses" flour, the Ogilvie Milling j}ori   Devesion   O-Knltting,   Sewing.   Wool
street, every   Monday  evening. 'Royal Household" flour, or the T.,y-                         Work, Etc.
8 o'clock.    Visiting brethren cor- erbrooke Milling Co's ' Impi rial flour:                     (amateurs only.)
te i    to    attend.    C,   S. One Excel Cooking Stove, full nickelj     Plain    hand   sewing���Mr,.   D,  Bar-
|mon. \   .;.;   a. V. D.  McDonald, plated���Mrs.   Lewis   Henderson,   city.! clay;  Miss Lockie Brown.
: w. C. Coatham, R. S.;  G. G. Special prize presented by the Star!    Button  holes on  linen   (six)���Mrs.
ri S.;   Alex.  Adam-,  treasure) .ef India Tea Co., Vancouver:  For the i W. .1. Loflamme;    Mrs. A. F. Rolph;
 __. ��� besl layer cake-, made- from their "!\ r    V.H.C., Miss Lockie Hrown; H.C., Ml _.
iTERNAL   ORDER   OF   EJkGLES. feet" Cream of Tartar baking powder,   McNeill.
I     \     ." -Meets every Tue, lay ; oi.,.  gold   piece���Mrs.   W.   C,   Robert-      Cotton shirt���Mrs. .1. Wedge.
��� THE BROADWAY WARDROBEl
I H. F. STANNARD |
Nearly Opposite Hudson Bay Co.    A
655 Granville Street.
|ening at  - p. m.. in the Eagles'] son, city. Vbuim-l ��Mrt��� Mrs. .1. Wedge.
Columbia street.   F. .1. Lynch, i     Special prize, presented for the best      Cotton   night   dress���Miss     Low;!.'
exhibit of botUed fruits, (home-made)   Brown; Mrs. B. .1. Barrett.
distinct  from  other entries���1,   Mr- |    Child's frock In lawn���Mrs. c. Bur-
Carter Smith, city; -'. M   S. Wastell,[ton  Mackenzie;  Bertha Hail.
citv;   2. Vri  K.  Austin, Sapperton. Flannel   nighl   dress darning- -Mrs.
Division   F��� Flowers. J-   Matheson.
Special prize presentefl by the Gor-      Knitted wool shawl oi cape���Laura
ham Rubber Co., Seattle, Wasn.;  For  H, Baker;   Mrs. .1. Matheson.
the best exhibit of cut flowers (open      Crocheted scarf or cape, in wool���
t0 ,-,,_ B0 ,-,,,,, o{ ;;.| inch "Olympic" Mrs. B. E. Baxter: Mrs. Hustler Thomas.
Knitted    wool     petticoat���Mrs.   J.
Pj i.e. Norih Vancouver.
Crocheted   wool   petticoat���Mrs.   M.
Pri - .   il.  Schofleld, Secretary.
U, W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
jMeetlnss the first and third Tnos-
in    each     month.       Visiting
Icthren cordially Invited to attend.
dga room, A. 6. TJ. W. hall, (Md-
Bows' lilock,  Clarkson  street.  C.
trim- in.  recorder;   Louis Witt,
astpr workman.
I
ruhbB)  hose   J. Wiggins.
Su'cial     prize     presented
E OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No. <   ^^^^^^^^^. _.
5, sons of ENGLAND, B. S.-      Si��cial    prize    presented     by t k
Rose Degree meets Second and I Sptamotor  Co.,  London, Ont.,   \V.  II.
urth Wednesday of each month,] n,.-,,], Mgr,:  Poi   the besl  collection
K. i (  P.  Hull,  Columbia St, at
I p. m., White Hose Degree, Fourth
"���li.' m    each month, same
ae and place. Visiting Brethren
pdlall Invtted. E. B, Stinch-
tmb., Pres., H. Disnev, Btecretary.
M"N"ili. Miss Lockie Brown.
KuiiteMi wool slippers���K_*rs, D. Mur
e-leie:  Mrs. p, B. Lyle.
Crochet i'i woo) slippers���Clara M
English,  OaUland;  Mrs.   A.  M.  Boyd
MT BRUNETTE, No. 4M9, I O.F.
hM-v's ihe Fourth Friday in the
|oru!i   ;.'   6   o'clock,   in   the   small
ill, Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting :
Nthren are cordially fnnted to at- I
N.   i. B, Rushton, C. K.;  P. P.
fcw-ell, K. S.
o1 three dozen dahTlas, no two alilte,
anel dlBtlcl  from the   other    entries,
open  to all:  ow   Spramotor ma.'Mti"
-j. Wiggins.
Special  prize presented by MeesrB.
landers, Prary fi Clark, New Britain,!"Enderby
Conn,   lhreiii'-h  riiK'ir    am'iu     Messr:- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
w.eo.i.  Vallanoe  &   Leggatt, Vancou   TJ. Barclay; Mra Hugh "Bur
V1,;-   |!   c.:  Pot the besl six mleti b      Baby's
of six each,   Blstincl    colors,   SWW1 |;Husler 'i
lisliric.       from       olbei       en
ia Nn.   g  "Unlversar  Breal!
Knitted Bilk tie for gentlemen���Mrs.
peas,
trlei
|RTROVA_LCOJJUMBlA, M0.B8O8,   Maker_B   A   Wilson, city.
I< 0. f.   ti,,, regular meetings ot ' .j... _,,,j r.Vinflpen
lis I Ige are held on the Second I     Division N-Ladies and Children
M Fourth Tuesdays of each month
8 p. ra. in ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
Belting  Brethren  are  oordlaly  in-
("e-l to attend.    E. C. Firth, C. R.;
���P. Maxwell, Sec.
ROYAL  TEMPLARS  OF  TEM-
pRAN'CE  meet    every .Wednesday
{s o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows'
tib OolumWa street. Visiting
""l are cordially invited to at-
M, i.,, Burr, S. C.'; N. tH. Brown,
ec.
JiiOf SCOTLAND BENEFIT Ab
lOCtATlON, LORD OF TKE ISLES
[AMP, 19a.���MeetB on the First aud
I""''1 Tuesday of evcrv month in
_. uf ���'. Hall. John McNiven
��We'- J. J. Forrester. Kee. Sac.
FIRE .ILAKM  aoXliS.
pllowhig is the location an*"  num-
lotthe fire alarm boxes in the city:
P~"A.8; .im.
"Royal City Mills.
("���Carnarvon and Tenth.
���Royal avenue and Eighth. '
?���BHfth avenue and Twelfth.
Mt  Mary's  Hospital.
-Seen,),! anil  p.u.k Row>
P���Columbia  anil  Dufferin
^^^^^^        Department
Por Amateurs only.
Polnl lace 1, Mrs. i;. i>. CTWt, Van
eouvi r; 2. Mrs. B, ll. OudalTle, Van
couver.
Battenberg-  I. Mrs. W.J. Lariamni".
Sapperton:  2. Mrs. N. Hargle, city.
Honiton  lac   -1,  Mrs.  D.  Barclay,
city; ri Mrs. B. .1. Barrett, Cen. Park.
Knitted lace for pair of pillow Slips
t. Mrs. Laflwmme; 2, Mrs. .1. Crdll.
Set of Tenerfffe doylies���l
Mrs. I). Barclay, cify
Mis.  A.
p, Rolph;
\.
KS,
PI ��� rton,
-Queen'a avenue and  Sixth.
-������������>! avenue and Second.
I Fifth avenue and Fourth.
f~Flfth avenue and Eighth.
\  <,���;  of doylies in
,,���.,,��� Brown. Gladys Miller. Vancou
vei.
Drawn work   Mrs. Barclay
II   Oudaille,   Vancouver.
Hardanger wonc-Mlss W. Hunsden,
Mrs.   I..   ���!.   V.   Laursen.   Vancouver.
CJum'II   Amu     ^^^^^^^
Victoria.
Huckaback darning���Mn
Neil,  Miss   Lockie Hrown.
Outline work in silk���1
Matheson, Ungley Prairie;
H. Fr*. dty.
Embroidered initials or monogram
on linen lawn -1, Mrs. D. H. Fry.city;
���>  Mrs. A. P. Rolph.
"' Hemstitched  collar    and
handkerchief, In linen lawn
kle Brown; 2. Mrs. D. Barclay
darning���Mrs.  Gbertu,
It    M'-
Mrs.   T.
, Mrs D.
-Thi
'1 avenue and Tenth.
Ir-Agnes and Sixth.
,  ^chl' ike Machine Works.
r^'01" nbla and McKenzie.
rJ-P-R.  Station.
7_Smali and  Auckland   Mills.
knitted     wool   jacket���Mi ;.
omats; Mis-, a. Gknll ra, Vernon.
KniiieM stockings, wool���Miss Robertson;   Mrs. U. 1 lampion.
Knitted socks, wool���Mrs. .). Math- j
''sun;   Mrs. Isabella Mel):s.
Knickerbocker BtocldngB���\ Willi
uns.
Infant'H ' mnet, knfttlng, netting or
crochet���Miss A. M. Tioyer: ^Irs. McNeill.
Knitted mills iitniili-Mrs. p. F.
Goodwin, city; Mrs. w. p, Lollammy.
Knitted gloves (wool)���Mrs. L. R.
Clute,  city.
Counterpane,     domestic    work���F.
Fenton, city; Mrs. F. McWMnriie.
i     Carriage   Afghan���Mrs.   I).  .7.   Bar-1
: reft:   Clara   N. Fnglish.
Counterpane,  knitted���E.  M.  Dickinson.
Mrs. E.I    Counterpane,  crocheted���Mrs. Nor-j
I man  McLeod, Vancouver;   Mrs. Gristle, city.
Quilt,   cotton   patchwork���Mrs.     Ti.
Davidson,
Embroidered linen spread���Mrs. Tt.
II.  Fry.
Ran' mats���Mrs. n. Barclay, city:
Mrs. p. p. Goodwin.
Hooked mats���Mrs. r>. Barclay;
Mrs. F. R. Goodwin.
Ixi.S cabin���Airs. .T.Innes,  Sapperton
Division  I���Fruits.
^^^^^B (Fast of North Beml.)
cuffs,  ore     Apples.    Oravensteins,  r>���F.  R. S3,
-1, Miss   De Hart, Kelowna; F. M. Black. Nelson; F. Richter, Keramoss.
Apples, Maiden's    Blush, R���T
netting-   Miss
F
Lock..  -��� linen���1,|    Appwn, ��������"��-   ���������� ���
Embroidered ta ��<; J     Upper I Eairl, Lytton: F. R. De Hart.
Mrs. A. P. Rolph. cuy> - ��� |    Appjea) Coy-s oranere Pippin, 6-   _.
Revelstoke. -inth��� I    R  De Hart: T. O. Karl. _____!
Embroidered  table cover,  cloth    ' , R'Antilps WfalthVi 5_F, R, p, Hart. ; 5-P. Richter.
Clara R. f"*- rlt,v .   .,..   -   Mrfl   p. Richter. (. (Continued on page 10.)
Embroidered table doylies   i,
Apjiles, Blenheim Orange, 6���T. G.
1 Sari.
Apples, Mcintosh Red, 5���F. R, De
Hart:  P. M. Black.
Apulia, Pewaukee, B���F. R. De Han
Apples, King of Tompkins, B���T, G
; Ea-rJ;   P. R. De Han.
Apples, Ribston Pippin, 5���F. M
Black.
Apples, Rhode Islaml Greening, B���
Apples. Baldwin. 6���P. K. He Hart; | t.fteu   wonder
-F.  M.  Black.
Apples, Northern Spy, r>���T. (!. Earl
P.  Richter:   P.  R, De Hart.
Apples, Spitzeu'nuig, 6���T. G. Karl.
' P. R. De Hart.
Appb��s, Canada    Red. b���F.  R.  De
Hart;   F. M_ Black.
Apples,  Yellow  Newton Pippin,  f>���
V. Richter.
Apples,   Stark,   6���1.   G.   Earl;     F.
Richter.
Apples,  Belle   de  BoskOOp, 5���Ale\.
Loohore, Lytton.
Apples, Crimes Golden, 6���P. H. De
' Hart: F. M. Black.
Apples, Jonathan., B���T, G. Karl.
Apples, Ontario. :>--F. M. Black.
Apple'-'.   Vandevere,  5���T,  G.  Karl.
Apples, Blue Pearmln. B���T. G. Earl,
Apples.  Salome, 5���T. tl.  Earl;   F.
Richter.
Apples,   Keeicheeked   Pippin,   ."e���T.
G. Earl.
Apples, Ben   Davis.  5���T.   G.   Karl;
F.  Richter;   F,  M. Black.
Apples,   Tal man   Sweet.   :")���T.     G.
Carl.
Apples, Bell Flower, 6���P. Richter;
P.  H.  De Hart.
Apples,   Alexander,   f.���Joseph     W,
Burr,   Lytton.
Apples.  Wolf  River. 6���T.  G.  Karl:
F. It. De Hart.
Apples, Snow, 5���F. Richter;   T. (i.
Earl;  F. R. De Hart.
Apples,   Twenty-Ounce  Pippin,   6���
T. G.  Earl.
Apples,  Wlnesap, B���T. 0.  Earl.
Apples, Northwestern    Greening, 5
���A. Lochore.
Apples, Mann, 5���F. Richter;  T. (!.
Earl; F. R. De Hart.
Apples, Rome Beauty, 5���-T. G. Earl.
Apples, Smith's Cider, B���T. G.Earl.
Apples,     Seek-No-Further      TWest-
fleld's), 5r-T. G. Eari; F. M. Richter.
Apples, Russet,  Roxbury, 5���F.   M.
Black.
Apples, Lauver, 5���T. G. Earl.
Apples, any other variety   (Tall),  5
!���P. Richter; F. R. De Hart.
Apples, any other variety  (winter).
MOTHERS
why   the   boy or   girl
is    so     backward     at    school���and
naturally     fee 1    disappointed      that
the child is so  dull;    then,  too, the
loved one is subject to harsher treatment at school    because he or    she
seems so stupid-   It may be the fault
of the child,  or it may be the child
has defective eyesight and  is  therefore  at  a  disaelvanta.se  because  the
sitiht  is  not  normal-    Whal   we want
to say to the mother is:    Send your
child to us.    We will have our optician examine ami test the eyes to see
if the poor sriht can not be improved
by  the use of glasses.     We will  be I
honest   with   you   and  the  child.      If
glasses  are  not  needed,  we   will  tell
you so.   The examination and testing
will   not  cost you  a   ce it.    We   bave
tiie appliances   for   testing and     correcting all  kinds of poor sight,  anl
can supply glasses at your own price.
Our charges are about half what some
others charge.      Our optical  department is   in   charge  of   P.   W.   Heath.
! graduate optician, late of Ottawa.   In
1 all  cases   satisfaction  guaranteed  or
money refunded.
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
SurvdVor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ye*r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago.
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
For COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
oar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further information  call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
TAKE
s  The White Pass
and Yukon Route
I for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
| WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains  (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with.
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
).  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
ssFINEST AND   FASTEST^
mi* *  ���]' ��� .vis ��� *>*I
18,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,600
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      TOW
Particularly   low   rates    from    the
Old   Country.        Reservations   made
here for all sailings.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent PAGE TEN
THE DAILY JJEWS.
Friday
OCT.
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Houses
That are
Homes
PRIZE LIST CONTINUED
ffi&W.
i Continu   .       u pa
i'e ars, Bartli tt, 5���F. Richter.
r��a..-. Flemish Beauty, b���r. ttTch-
ter;  T. ti. Earl;  lb M. Black.
Pears, Howell, 5���F. M. Black.
Pears, Duchesse d'Angoulenie, 5���
ri. Richter.
Pear . Be irre de Anjou, 5���T. G.
Earl.
Pears, winter Nellls, 5���T. G. Earl;
F.  Richter.
Pears, I Laho, 5���T. G. EaH; F.
Richter.
(Wei    ol North Ben .
Appli i, Gravenstein, 6���J. A. Coatham, Sai.i;>; J. Fox, Ferndale; .1. v.
Irvlng's  Lan ling,
Applf 3, Maiden's Blush, 5 ��� J, Coal ������-
am; J, Thompson, Chiiliwack; .).
Muirhead, city.
Apples,   Wealthy,     ." ��� ii.   G.   Law-
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ABBOTT
& HYDE
NEXT GUICHON   HOTEL,  CITY.
Real
baving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis wo save you money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
Roods; 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-
Hous< of T rooms, all modern, nice
location. $3,000; very easy terms.
Ref, 270.
2 storej 6 room House Ju it comph l
Ing, bath room, pantry, etc., full size
lot, lane In rear, beautiful view. $2500.
R b 89.
S-i'ooin House, modern, faces south,
very close in. $2600; half cash, bal.
1 and 2 y< ars.   Ref, 317.
Cottage   -I   rooms,   just     completed,
city water,  faces south.    $1200? half I rencei Hall's Prairie; Jesse Love, Bur-
cash. bal. I', and 42 months.   Ref. 1!2S.    naby; T. A. Fennell,
New cottage, fine corner lot, nice lo-      Apples, Blenheim Orange, 5   J. C.
cation.   $1700; easy terms.   Ref, :il".  ! Wetherell,  E.  Burnaby; .1. Ooafitam;
: .1. Thompson.
|     Apples, Mcintosh Red. .".���.I. Thorn;.
: son;  T.  Fennell;   R,  K. Nicholl, Alder
Grove.
Apples, Pewaukee, ,",���.1. c. Wetherell; .1. Merryfleld & Sons. Mounl
Lehman;  J. Coatham,
Apples, Kin- of Tompkins. :.���J.
Coatham; .1. Smith, Langley; W. Howay, Surrey.
Apples, Ribston Pippin, .".���.). Love;
J. ('. Wether- II; .1. Coatham.
Apples, Rhode Island Greening, 5���
.1. Coatham; S. Perceval. Pender Isl-
1 an (I:   V. Ferguson, Haney.
Apples, Baldwin, 5���J. Fox: 1!.:
Weliii.  Chiiliwack;   R.  K.  Nichol.
Apples. Northern Spy, .'���.!. A.
Coatham; .1. G. .McAdam. Porl Hammond; Mrs. c. Nicholls, Agasslz.
Apple.., Spitzenberg, .".���M. Dickey; |
.1. Fox; ,1. Thompson.
Apples, Canada Red, .".-���R. K. Nlchol,
Apple's,   Stark.   5���J.   A.   Coatham; j
W.  Franham:   .1.  Ci.  McAdam.
Apples, Belle de Boskoop, 5���T.Fen-
lW'll.
Apples, Grimes Colden, 5���AV.
Knight; .1. A. Coatham; R. Frist, Epworth.
Apples.  Huhbardston Nonsuch,  ."���
���I.   Fox.
Apples, Jonathan, ."���.1. Pox.
Apples,   Ontario,     .",���p.   p.   Sharp.
j Port   Haney;  .1. ('. Wetherell;   W.  Ho-
j wey.
Apples, Vandevere, ."���,r. Fox.
Apples, Blue Pearmain, 5���J. Cos
ham; .1. Fox;  R. Frost.
Apples,  York  Imperial. 5���J. Fox.
Apples,   Salome,   5���j.   Thompson;
J. C. Wetherell;   ri.  ri. Lawrence.
Division E���Da.ry  Produce.
Creamery  butter,   i.m   les  than   rii
pounds   in    tub    or    box���Glenbrook
Creamery, Mission;  Cowichan Cream-
i ry,  Duni ans.
Creamery butter, not .-;��� s than 50
pounds in prints���Cowichan Creamery; Glenbrook Creamery.
Dairy butter, not less than le) lbs.
in prints���Mrs. A. Read, Ladner; Livingstone Adelaide; Mrs. Keegan, si -
veston;   Mrs.  Paris,  Tynehead.
Dairy butter, nol less than 15
pounds, in tub or crock ���Mrs. A.
Read; Mrs. Wentworth, Ladner: Mrs.
Kee-im;  Livingston, Adelaide.
Two cheese (factory) not less than
30 pounds each, to lie exhibited by
maker���E. (i. Sherwood, Langely,
Two cheese (homemade) nol 1 ss
than Ki pounds each, to be exhibited
by maker���F. Hadden, Cully.
Sweepstakes,
Besl display of creamery butter,
size, quality and arrang< menl considered -Glenbrook Creamery; Westminster Creamery.
Honey.
Honey, extracted, not less Hum 21
pounds���Mrs.*Keegan;  II. M. Vasey.
Honey,    comb,    nol.    less    than    2 1
pounds���Mi's, Keegan;   Mrs. Read.
Fruit.
Apples,   Sutton    Beauty,    5���J, A.
Constrain; .1.  Fox.
Apples, Redcheeked Pippin, r>���s.
Percival; .1. Merryfleld and Son.
Apples, Ben Davis, 5���M. Dickey,
Lllloet;   .1.  C.   Wetherell;   .1. Fox.
Apples, Tallnian Sweet, ,">���.1. Merry-
field & Son.
Apples, Bell Flower, ,">���.1. A. Cotl-
lliam; S. (',. Tiely; M. A .DaShwood
Jones.
A pies. Duchess, 5���T. A. Fenwell :
.1. C. Wetherell;  .1.  Fox.
Apples, Alexander, b���M. Dickey;
R. Frost;  T. A.  Fennell.
Apples. Wolf River, 5���J. Fox; .1. A.
Coutham; Mrs. B. .1. Barrett, Central
Park.
Apples, Wagner, 5���.). Fox; .1. C.
Wetherell.
Apples, Snow, fe���.I.Fox; ,1. A. Coutham.
Apples, Twenty Ounce Pippins, 5���
A. 10. Skinner; .1. Thompson; M. A.
Dashwood Jones.
Apples, Wine Suii, 6���J. Merrvfield
& Sons; R ,K. N'ichol; .[. ('. Wclh-
erell.
Apples, Maun, .">���.1. A. Coutham;
Mrs. C. .Nicholls;  J. Fox.
(Tei he continued.)
With thi? 1907 visible self weighing, self computing- Automatic Scale
a child can easily, quickly and correctly divide the wholesale purchase
into retail packages w ithout a grain of overweight.
Automatic Weighing Machine
ACCURATE, RELIABLE,
DURABLE
Gives the exact weight for the
exacting dealer.
Gives the exact weight to all
customers.
True as steel ant! built for a
lifetime of exact weighing.
Weighs to an ounce-computes
to a cent.
DAYTON  MONFYWEIGHT
i'c.r/r No. 140.
NZTF.1HE LOW PLATFORM
Automatic Weighing Machine
ACCURATE, RELIABLE,
DURABLE
A   low   platform-only 6 1-2
inches from the counter.
Our Automatic scales a i ��� ��� ��� |uip-
ped with a thermostat, likea .vatch
which makes them weigh with absolute accuracy in any temperature,
This scale saves time and also
money. The scale that saws is no
expense.
No swinging pendulum, no moving indicators, no poises to shift, no
beams to bother with, no ball to forget, no friction to pay for,
���==�������� SEE OUR EXHIBIT A T THE FAIR ,
THE COM
SCALE CO.
Of Canada, Ltd.; 140 Water St., Vancouver
Lot Signs and
Fence Advertising
for Real Estate
Men
By our Special
Lithographic  Process
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3 1 am the pioneer Furniture ani House Furnishings   Dealer,   Funeral
;���; Director .unci Embalmer, and l will sell you anything in my line cheap
V and will give you better value than you can get In any other place
;*: in the city.    Try me.
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Wall   Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 23c up.    China
Matting  from  15c  up.     Linoleums  from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the  best made, $2.25  per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and up.    Pi'e-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All Kinds of job worl; and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Xew goods arriving daily.
1 have' sold ihe- block and am still doing business in  the same place
and in the same old way.
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STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron woric, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Kscapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Invited.
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BEGBIH BTKHUllT.
N��w V.'o=tTrtln..ler. v. o. 474.
Good
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
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Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
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l'��r Tim�� Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
ADVERTISE IN TIIE NEWS
House on Tth 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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Fresh   and   Salted   Mert
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Restaurant
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Plumbers
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I Lumber,
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
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
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Service.
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has sufflcl ippTIes or except Sundaj
: res thai      Leaves Vlcto. a 1  . m. dailj excepl
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small     SS   Princess May or Princess Royal
TIME TABLE
E   C Coast Line Service.
VANCOUVER     VICTORIA SEATTLE
ROUTE
SS    Princess   Victoria
Leaves \ a_acou> er i p m   dailj 1 s
a 1 -.  Tuesd -
s. .     iatlj
ives Victoria a-m  dailj ex��
,.      Pues la;   ;     Vai
S S. Charmer
i.in\es Vancoui      11;30 p m  dotlj
ig*   ���. tween  Ntew   \x ettn. natet  me,
and Cl
1 P RIVEB
Ramona���
Prom N. \V. Tn, Th. Sat   Sam
Emm Chwk. Sun . Wed.. Erl.. 7 a .ry
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
��� S. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves   Vancouver  at    s    pm.    2nd
an.l   16th   ot   each   nieinlh.   oalltnj   at
Skldegate nn first trip anel Bella Coola
nn  sereind  1rlp.  Time on  arr'.Tai  and
le';iarlurp  a---e  approximate.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or aeldress
..   .
India Phi
-    -    .  '.TT
I the fuglth
Id l ��� Is of thc
wit li    -    eln .-en
-,..,, Con-
w ills long
������>��� .:, h    nd  Is imiliar
^ Ith the countrj.
1   eln;. ���-
11 avea Vancouvi 1   1
VICTORIA
10 acn      - fru alder
.    ��� cleared ol< e
NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R    P    Rithet.
To Victoria: Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.ni
From   V >':>> 'ta;     Tueadaj,   Frldaj.
7  R :-,',
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30 p.m  dally,
; st< am .ui   ,x   l    s"''',v
���' '        l ''   "':'' '���'"
& Hyd     ru -
bo tei
F and Saturday 1
ED. QOULET,
Agent, New W est ui in ster,
K. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
,1. W. TROUP,
elenerai Superintendent, Victoria
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & t L Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The  only  all   rail renite  between  all
points oast, west and south to Koss
land, Nelson and intermediate po;nt��
1 connecting at Spokane with the Great
Tuesday, j Northern, Northern PacMic an.l O. H
\ N  Co
Connects at Rossland with tlir Can-
aelian l\i.'i(i>- Railway fof Boundary
Creek poir 1 -
Connects al Meyers Falls with
stage eSil'   ior Republic,
Buffet icrvlce e-n trains between
Spokane and Nelson,
Effective    Sunday,    November    10.
tgoi,
I eave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  ...rtS pm
I2.a5 p.m Rossland  .... 4.tn p.m
j  040 am Nelson  ft.45 pm
H   A   lATKStlN
y , or mother,
1      u the ai tth    baa hi        ma��
enl real deuce upon farming lanei owtt-
>  liiey, in ihe vi.-,i_ei>  of hri lle'lm',-
leie   reqiiireiiietji:-    nn   to  ������ I
dence mav lie satisfied   by reside
upon the said land
Sti  . ��� ������.���'..'��� notice Ib * hould
be given to the Commtaelotter ol Dominion lands ai Ottawa of Intention
to apply to. 1 atent.
Coal landi   be purchased al 110
p*t arre f.iy s.ifi coal ami $20 tor anthracite. Not moie than X2o acre*
ran be ar.-, ilred bj one Individual or
company.   Royaltj at the rate of ten
er-nts per ton of 2,000 poiimls shall be
collected on the grotM outpttt,
w   \v. CORT,
Deputj of the Minister of the in-
'.erieir.
N. 44 ��� Unauthorized  publication of
thu   advertleemenl   win not be peii-i
ter.
Rushton & Speck
���FOR���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General Repairing.
-'If\t
SECOND-HAND   STORE
FOR
Ranges, Stovee and all klndi eif
FURNITURE
Columbia and  Front Kta.      Phone 275
WARNING
BEWARE OF OPTICAL SHARK3,|
WHO MAY OPERATE AT THE Ea-'
HIBITION.
Thi -.  optb al ; ������ ���   '      ui tke .1
Ineas of operatic        exhibl    uj   and
st-master I ikera.
The;, owi alb glance   ��� neltln r Bl ite
.-. . illtj ,,r ll - cltlze ie Thej
; a.\ nei lv 1 Lax 1 or reul iu like all
il a" thej are 1 ver on the wing
, ..,-. [.tin whi u 1 ari.'irii- from their!
vlctima tin iv cess ir> tor lot 0111 ition.
1 bej ri ii iv nol ilng abi ut th 1 ye 01
flenci   ,,'��� ��� ���' Ic . and  c ir <. less, j
1 long as tin .   1 '"   relieve the un-
pectii    of tli     hardea   ied m mi
If your eyes tro ibi ng you an I
you have not th i time to come to iu
,. ,. :; clallsl like Dr. Jonlan 'Van
1 mver), then Bpen 1 j mr moue; ��itii
your local optician, and al leasl bave
the Batista! tlon of knowing you Btan 1
a < hance of getting some degr e of
satisfaction, which you cannol hope
in gel trom takers    so beware.
r.
iWMWCM)��
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The Fit "Reform!
333 Hastings Street,
I VANCOUVER
B. C
Mill
���hingle an
MACHINERY
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
ttl. 113. Office.  Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
WW. ririririri:::^=Kriri*ri=!:*ri
rhe Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Oailv
Travel >>n the Famoui
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train. . Low Rates.
Quick Time. Mxcolli-nt Siu'vice.
Dear Sii s:
Exhibition visitors are personally invited to
look at the Fall and Winter Display of Fit-Reform
Suits, Rain Coats, and Overcoats.
The styles now ready discount in variety and
excellence anything of the kind ever shown in
Vancouver. The enviable part of this business
is style, with a wide range of patterns confined to
our trade exclusively, and little chance for
duplication,
The new Overcoats and Suits are a revelation
of fine tailoring, with character and individuality
all their own.
We ask nothing better than a chance to show
the New Fall Fashions, regardless of whether or no
you care to buy.
'^^������^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���������������������������������������������^^���������t New York, Chicago,
X Toronto, St.
Wholesale Fruits,
Commission
Merchants
British Columbia
��� ruit a Specialty
J. PHILLIPS
AND COMPANY
117 Water Street,
Phone 2597
VANCOUVERB.C
Paul
ni
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AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
9  pean points.
��� Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip j !
* Rate* to  Southern   California
For full Informttotl call on or write
O. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
:
THE FIT - REFORM j
Clothiers and Tailors
v Page twelve
THE DAILY XEWS.
FRIDAY
Mt. .
PARM   LANDS
IFIR'
207 acres In  Langley, one-half nn.e from new tram line, all prairie land
$35 im k re, on terms.
ICO acres In Langley, one mile from tram line.   House, barn and big clearing.    $30 an acre.
160 acres in Langley, one mile from tram   line, house, barn, orchard   anl
clearing.   $40 an acre.   Terms.
110 acres in Langley, 25 acres cleared ready for plow, splendid soil.   $40 an
acre.
360 acres in Surrey, one mile from tram   line,  good   fruit   land:    J2E	
worth of cedar.   $35 an acre.   Terms.
160 acres in Langley, some good timber land Al ai $15 an acre.
50 acres in Langley, good land.   $1200 on terms.
160 acres In Matsqui, good land,   $15 an acre.   Terms.
27 acres adjoining South Westminster on tram line.   $200 an .,
51 acres In Langley, good land, $1200.   Terms.
540 acres in Sumas. 53 acres cleared, IB acres in orchard. 200
luni land, 270 acres up land, good house,   barns,  stables,   oul
etc.    l3ome valuable timber on Eraser  river   at   Steamboal
��16.50 an acre.
160 acres In Surrey, 30 acres cleared,  30  acres  slashed,  good  h
barn, 40 acres fenced, Btable, etc.   $6200.   Terms.
Diamond & Corbould 5e��eeh
AGENTS
German American Fire Ins. Co. and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
DOMINION   TRUSI    BLOCK
Provincial
*������������*������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*
1907-
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Queen's Park, New Westminster,|B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
PREMIER'S ADDRESS    fZT --_-_      "--,;��The Milwaukee!
to school trustees I Ine racihe Loast|
Pipe Co., Ltd.
Hon. Richard McBride Comments Upon Good Work
Done by Convention.
$50,000 In Prizes and Attractions .^RO? 000
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well
as the Industries of the Province.
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
��������������������*��������������������������������*������������*��������<�����<>������������������������������������<>���<>����������������.
���������
House of Quality ... ��
Suspender Judgment
A good  pair of Suspenders
are a regular "hold up." The
kind wo sell are strongly
made, yet elastic enough Id
afford comfort to the wearer.
We have a full lino of
high grade Gents' Furnishings, Including Shirts, Pajamas, Dress Shirts, Collars,
Cuffs,  Sacks.
Premier   McBride   addressing   the
convention of British Columbia school
trustees in lhe council chamuer Wednesday night,  said  he  felt  we had   i
great deal to learn from a body like
that  to whom the Council of Educa- j
tion were already greatly indebted for I
some   valuable  suggestions,  some  ori
which they had  been able to adopt. I
He believed the public schools of the ;
province had  now  been placed upon ���
a  far  better   footing  than  fifey  had,
ever been before.    It, was pleasing to .
find that a far more general Interest
was taken    in    educational    matters
than hitherto.    He assured them that
so far as it was posible the Board of
Education   would   take cognizance  of
the   wishes   and   suggestions   of  that
convention  of trustees.    It  was onlv
a plain statement of fact that educational reforms were in a great mea-
snre due to the work of the trustees.
He encouraged them to continue their
good work-.   Dealing with some of the
resolutions passed during the present
convention  he  assured  them   of  support in the matter of school flags, the
cheapening   and    supply    of    scho '1
Nooks,   the   provision    of   which     he
knew was a burden upon parent., an 1
the provision  of more healthful  conditions in schools.
The premier spoke at length upon
the question of providing a provincial
university in favor of which he found
a generally expressed opinion, ft was
a very onerous undertaking, They
would be brought Into direct competition with the established universities in the east and south and as th :
must have the very best talent in Canada for British Columbia a very heavy
bill of expenses would! be incur;' 'd.
The three- million acres of land which
bad been reserved for the endowment
of their iiniv- rsity won id nol produce
one' dollai too much, llis colleague,
Dr, Young, was engaged in preparing
a scheme thai would make adequ ite
provision for their university, 11"
spoke appreciatively of the wink being done by tii" McGill University in
connection with Columbian college,
tbe latter institution being, he safd,
a greal credil both to the province
and the city of New Westminster,
A hearty vote of thanks was accord-
eel the premier for his address upon
the proposition of Secretary Dougan,
seconded by D. S. Curtis, the latter
expressig a hope that the university
would be centrally located between
Xew Westminster and Vancouver.
SPECIALTIES:
Machine Branded, Wood
Stave Water Pipes
:-:   Over 75 miles of Pipes made last year.    :-:
Write for Catalogue.    Full   particulars and estimates furnished.
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"The   Pionc��r  Limited" St. Pgfl
Chicago,   "Short   Line" Orri
Chicago,   "South    West   Li
Kansas City to Chicago.
Nei trains in the servict on i
railroad in the world that tqn||
equipment that of the Chicago, 1
waukee & St. Paul Railway.
own and operate their own ritj
and dining cars on at 11 their tra.ni���
give their patrons an excel'enc. |
service not obtainable elsewhere, f
H. S. ROWE. Genera! AB
CW Third St., cor Al ier. PortlulJ
Canadian Pacifi
RAILWAY COMPANTl
P. O. Box 563.
Vancouver, B. C.
2 Transcontinental Trainsl
DAILY
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS ADVERTISE IX THE DAILY NEWS
ED. GOUldST,
C. )J. it. Ag.:.|
New  \\ MUMS.
OUR
First  Exhibition
FINDS  US  FIRMLY  ESTABLISHED   IN   THE  ROYAL   CITY   AS
Home or Plenty
255    FRONT    STREET,
TELEPHONE 276
What aboul that endowment policy
in the Mutual Life of Canada? It will
pay you to see S. AV. Bodley at US If
Columbia St. This is the solid company.
A variety of new and attractive designs in Neckwear, (Moves,
Handkerchiefs, Underwear of light, medium and heavy weight, and
���all  at  most reasonable ]>rl��es.
If it's OVERCOATS, we have it.
J. E. BROWN & CO.
P.   S��� UMBRELLAS
CASH  CLOTHIERS
������������������������������������������*���������������������+ '/*>**> ^���������������^���������������������������������������������^ ��
QOOKSLEY'S
^^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and district
|;x On Sale at���
:-��� Morey's    Bookstore    and
:���' at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
:������ .1-'Advertise the town we live ii ly
;'* mailing Picture Post- Cards to yoi'i'
friends.
Fresh Groceries
Daily
BEST ALBERTA CREAMERY BUTTER, BEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING,
SHEETINGS, COTTONS, CALICOS, CROCKERYWARE, BREAKFAST
AND DINNER SETS. TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, TOILET SETS, BOOTS
AND SHOES;  WATERPROOF, DRESSY AND FANCY.
KYLE & SON
The Good Cheer Store
All orders carefully made up ami  dispatohed  to  all  partg of
the city.

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