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 les & Co.
FiR? INSURANCE
sWWESTMINSTER, B.C
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W 1907
White, Shiles & Co
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REAL ESTATE
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C. SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1907.
10 CEN rs PER W EEK
hOfiAMBUNG ALIOWED      AIDS B. C. SALMON pfR(.
RING OF HAMMER       LEAPS AND REDSHIRTS
HEARD EVERYWHERE     OPEN TOURNAMENT
of Chance Scowled at The Inferior Alaskan Article
|by Authorities,
Workers Around Exhibition Both Lacrosse Teams in Fine
Who Say
f_q Mean Business.
Falsely Labelled. Can No
Longer Enter Antipodes.
x ii tting ,1
bod  pack.
.
,v m to pan with  ���
musl travel    ������������ i '   :-   ' ���
���   rattli   with
u  luring ' -  Bve days
li
een   a anl   I i separate
.   . in  thi   em '   staking
_  lusl   .; cn i ke i   gam
No boosti i s, tin-
b ng  men, thugs,  tougi
m ��� k.    Ni tl ing   lolng
���  al   la   what  is to  be ln-
��� .    ���   - ��� ���
red b> \V. 11   I
i'   I ��� i the past
Irttlsh Colui
lng   sockeye  In  Australia,   I . .
.. tn ri  of  dollars   11 e% u s
gra :������ Alaska salmi .1 was allow-
1 !  :<> enter that country labelled a?
*  tish Columbia Bockeyi     This cheap
- e mon was sold at lo��
Asiatics at Present on American Ground Merely Forerunners of Tens of Thousands That Are to Follow
���Divine Hints at Assimilation of Foreign Races���Cannot Stop Them.
Buildings Hustling to Get
Everything in Shape,
Condition���J
disposed,
Gifford ln-
There are   ample   in lei   on      '���������������        ���������   "'���    the    lacrosse
Portlan I,   Bent
Addressing   .1   li rea, to sa;        being ol      ... coun-
.    gatherlni ministers,
. 1  ��� an l  In , an Icular members 0
..  Col ..:.        ivei  branch oi the Wo-
their  ::" '*. uu ''��� ������'"   ' ���
pe 1       . o��  .. irm< i,
I. Bishop rhi bu a  ' . .1 lusl as i <
is an) thing  th 11    has    aiiea.iy
(he .iiinn.li Provincial fair al Que* i        imameni wlll be play. I thn after-
park, to tra opened    on Tuesday   '���������   noon ;,; Queen's ."">��� ,h" "," '    "������-
Ueutenant-Qovernoi    Dunsmuir,   will
be the largest  and  mosl  interesting
e \!;:. Ition   thai   lms  yet    been   hel I,
mlssionarj   Boclety   ol   ...    [r, ,, |n   .;.., ... ������.
Hindus, tm'
Episcopal church here,   Japanese, the Chinesi   and the  K��>i
M.  Thorburn, withoul   eans an going to swarm to this coun
���_  trj and we maj as we 11 try to sWeep
.. ���. the tides 0! tho ocean a? to try
1 Iminal oode y
[ In grew ditzy, trying to   from that  market
ii  omi sure means ol ferreting
es oi the gam<  Bports who
u   bi wa)  from Seattle and .
It's too soon yet.
I-. ���        ��� figures out, after careful
Tidy, t
or uot '.ii
lift them
down.
9 with us.    We musl  either
up or they  will carry    ua
man's   Home
the M<'
itish,.;. James
doubl  the most  noted missionary
which   the world, .'.eel.in el thai America will'
emarks made by the   th   real sockeye had to m ...  8warmlng  with   HlndlI8i chlneW   l^^Jf^Z;.        ^'I^T
and the mayor of the      Now, however, the Australian Com- , .. . ..        ,       the rowdy element does    thej    aro
<  duu uit     ��. Japanese and Koreans  Within a   tow   Mn ���..    ,���.] whether thev are a neril
estioned concerning tram-   merce Act has come Into force, and    ^
.   city   during exhiSrtion   henceforth  all  Im] ��� I 1   '' -\''i'i,''made the prediction after care
Mcintosh pored over a be true to description and lal  .. and   . ._. ,u,llK���,lli(m   ���,.  galdi ;lllil  .ui,k.,,
salmon  wil, ^H that he regards this M indicating a j Foresees no Danger.
world-wide movement of the fcaiSmi       1  ,io not  think the movement  to
Australian buyers speak verv hici-1 , , .    , . 1
.,,,,,',,,,' ol tremendohs magnitude.   He has uv   ;i,;s country oarrles anj  danger, for
y of the Maple Leaf brand ol   01 teye   ..���,,,, , ,
V, u_ .,    ���  ,_, tears or trouble, believing it to be the  then is plenty oi labor for those who
will of Qod. come, and thev are m>t api to work
Bishop Thoburn declared he Iras'just  any harm toothers.   11 la a deep mja-
discovered this great fact,   and   ex-  terj   tee  me  how  thosi   Hin.ins  who
plained that he regards it as the most, came to the sound Becured their pa"S-
signiflcant  movement   within  two or  Bage, as they have tei work in their
three   centuries,    llis attention   was   native  land for from  5 te'  12 cents
attracted to it. he said, through  tha  a lay, and how they got the money i<T
about whose, come
Entries for all sections are coming in
;,ist from every quarter, keeping Man
agar W 11 Keary and hia staff bus)
The one thing needed to malte the
success of the occasion i'e Mam ri a
week of One weather Qlven this, the
resull wii! be a record attendance and
the transit facilities afl!ordedMi)j tha
railways and car linos will N     1 -.< ri
I) taxed.
Get   ��   Hustle   On.
The exhibition buildings ana alive
with bustle and activity, quite a considerable number of men being en
gaged in placing in position the ���jc
hlbits of manufacturers and traders,
which   were   arriving   all   da)    y.'stei-,
day  in  rapid  succession
salmon packed by the R C. pacltera
said   Mr.   Darker,  "which   is   declared
by  them  to be distinct!)   high  trade
bat any person or persons who  rich In oil and of   fine appearance.
\ nduct, or are otherwise re-
> .. ., ��� : he existence of. a black
jr. game, are guilty of an offence.
L inder the criminal code of
Ji The yellow-backed volume
fim which ie' derives his information
|sua mentions sums ranging from
lOdown which can lie inflicted as
-,, makes not*.- of tTie facl
... two-year's sojourn in CTTl Mm-
[- erstwhile happy home is sure to
I non-payment of the line
that means you,   brother
r mulcted   iu Bums   ranging
.e (20  up,   with   a  three   months'
��� inalive.    Talk  about tn '
tions of gambling!
I let ot police yesterday after-
ID Informed a News man that he,
received no specific instructions!
Iprdln. rambling, ami that he.
I I guarded by the general In-
pcuons which forbade games of
panci- iu the city.
[Any hotel iu which gambling is car-!
(don during Lair time will have its
ense summarily suspended.    A rig-j
Inspection of back  rooms  will  be
J        the city police, and any gaming paraphernalia will l.e Immediate-
confiscated.
\b     BUlj   Quann      How  are  tbe
t   ���    fallen!
I Informed chief Mcintosh  ahout.
II weeks ago that there was to bo
gambling either down town or on
8 exhibition   grounds,   tTiis   year,"
I'1'' I Mayor Keary, yesterday,
I''���'���' ��� ; wer came In response to a
l~;'":.   a     t<i   whether   gambling
|ould be openly allowed In the ctty
'.een,:-   being  iiu   \i w   Westminsters
and tha Maple Leafa oi Vancouver
1 'he r. suU wlll also ooum In the I
C championship series b) mutual
... rei im nt. lhe 1,. still remains ow
match eif the- B c championship
scheduled games to be played, .01.1
it ��:e- parti) arranged to play the
match on the '.list lust . bui Uu Van
couvei aggregation backed oul at the
las: moment, se. thera was nothing to
be  elone   bUI   tfl  let   today's   match   ele
cide ta,. double Issue
Should the tttapte Leata win fron
Ne'w  Westminstei  today, they will not
only   earn  the  honor    Of    ge'ing     ni>
against lha stars from tiu> east, but
have  another  rhane'o  of  winning   the
championship of thia province.
if the i.eafs win. the \io between
them and  tlle New   Wostutlm-tors will
be- played ofl after tha exhibition la
over,     Although   tha   Maple   Leaf   ug
been doing some very
ounl
The ordera sei far Becured In AuBtra
lia have been in the main,  for sockeye."
hard practising ami  will  no elouiit   rc
on the  field  in  the besl  of Condition,
] incoming of tiie Hindu
here 1   could   not   learn.    They
PLENTY   OF   ACCOMMODATION
FOR   FAIR   VISITORS
arrival   in   Puget   sound
was  recent   trouble.
ports
.ark. and  the   thousands to follow, not only from fr'.|mrelgp fields, more especial**   India
but
EQUAL TO THE BEST
Fifty rooms all ready to receive tenants for the exhibition week are now
listed on the books of the < rvic rooming bureau. All the rooms are wlT'sin
easy distance of the |>;
rates are exceptionally reasonable, dia
Edward  Hoult, who   has   the  1ul1ul.it- j" "~
5L^"��r.ir_r�� .Windsor hotel is
householders vary from fifty cents to
a dollar a night, the higher price including breakfast, bath, etc.
To simplify the work of directing
strangers to the respective rooms
which will be' assigned to them, the
exact locality of each room or house
is marked on a map a1 the city hall,
ami prospective roomers can see at
11 glance exactly how fit; their temporary resilience is situated from the
exhibition grounds, or from the business district oi the city.
Letters for accommodation are already being received from Nelson,
Chiiliwack. Victoria. Nanaimo, and
sev  ral other cities an I  towns.
ftere declared,  however,  that    tlmy   were
I here of their own free will .and merely
Merely  Forerunners. ' "' better  tin ms.'ives."
He sai.l   thai   after   visiting  Seattle) Understands Situation.
and talking with the Hindus in their j Bishop Thoburn is erne eif the oTiest
native language, he realised thatthe.�� I members of the Episcopacy and has
are ,eui the forerunners of the tens ofUpenl practically his entire life in the
smar
from  China,  Japan  and .
(Continued on Page six.i
AERIAL HOTEL PROMOTER
WANTS BLUFF IN TACOMA
Firms Get  Busy.
Among those already preparing I 1  gregatlon hav,
make   a   big   show   e.t   specialties   an
the- it c. Boat and Engine Oo. thi
Canadian General Electric Oo., M, W. it is unlikely thai they will down the
Wain *>��� Co.. with graphophones and Red Bhlrta, The locals have alto been
phonographs; the Malleable' Iron I practising considerably, and then is
Range Co. (J, A, Hell & CO. l.tdi; every probability that they will be M
T. .1. Trapp At Co.. with the latest In strong as they were against (lie Vancouvers on September "
The Ked Shirts were tbroailened
with a stroke Of misfortune yesterday In Ihe unsatisfactory comlltlon
of Jimmy Olfford, who was reported
to   lie  ill.     lt   was.   however,   learned
into last evening from Manager Tt. ii.
Cheyne, thai  Jimmy OlflotM    would
play unless his condition grew worno,
In which event Harry I,album would
play  in hlft _e-le.nl
VISITING  TRUSTEES TO
RECEIVE   RECEPTION
:,:-' exhibition week this year. Tit"
|ayor Btated he understood there was
r 1;lw .1 .-���'..einst   playing poker, provid-
Fs there was no rake-off, and Tie dW
"' '""'. the police could Interfere
conducted in back rooms
\ '    Wa>    "''      ,h"   I i(''      U]t. 'i,        '    :,   Lt-,
' ;;,:'" 3   ">    PnbHo   pTw��a     T������ ���Iwra���i follows:    C
! noi be allowed.
other hand, it is no secrel
"'' Vancouver  gamolers have been
f lown ai-rani lng to opera!
games.
" noted gamblers from the up-
'  a re in the city not later
I.''1   :   ' rday,   The tin-horns round
'   v"  tminster   Bporta    easy   last
;""! they  are no doubt  nosing
" '"'' "or a littlp more easv money.
The. members of the New Westminster board of Bchool trustees, assisted
by BeveraJ members of the. teaching
b( iff, will tender a reception    in St.
George's hall on Monday eveningnexl
I to the visiting trustees who will ar-
I rive he.re to intend the. convention-of
11. c. Bchool trustees.   An Interesting
[or ilie entertainmenl of the
1.
b airman's
:, idress, Instrumental boIo by Mis_
Clute, Bpeech, vocal solo Miss Lalrfl
Bute boIo Master Allan Peebles
jpeoch, vocal boIo Miss McMillan
Mumford, Bpeech
program
His
Appointments.
H��hor the UeutenanHJovefnor
|C0lmcti has been jiieas.d to appolnl
,    "Ulll'''iiieniiou,.(i   persons     to   be
pwissloners for taking affidavits lu
Supreme Court, far the  purpose
act|ng under the "Provincial Elec-
h"' A"   '" the electoral districts In
���,' ' ni"v   reside.      such   appoint.
wi:i expire on the 81s| dav of
"'Villi;,,-.   1907,
11"|','"nu 1 electoral district, Willi-
(.      r8e Swayne and Duncan Mur-
,���,'' ". Kenwood;  Kamloops electo-
Wr     '   Henry   ����resford   Brad-
,, Br��wn, Joseph MoCrom and till-
|lty (."'VVr'"'". Of Kamloops; Victoria
JcBrweCt��ral  dlBtr,ot.  John  Walker
"mi !i|' 'r Vi,',"rli1'. Richmond elec-
,rir|. John M. Duval, Robert
'""'s Copeland anS Thom-
I   'i:i;'1'    Of   North  Vancouver:
ionii ey electoral  fllatrlct, .T.A.John-
1 "a   River;   rtlehmond
Bryce
Shen'
111
'' raj
'' "f North
Ubert Richard St *
vocal  solo Mr.  Mumford. Bpeecn, instrumental s.do Miss Clute, vocal Bolo|er chairs and rockers
Mr. Owen, supper
All the Improvements to the Wind-
stir having been completed, Proprietor
P, O. Bilodeau announces thai he is
prepared to give accommodation to
120 persons during exhibition Week.
lie will be able, of course, to houfis
that man., at any time, bow that ths
large addition on ihe' south sT3e has
been completed, bul he expects to I)
taxed to the limit only ou special CX
e;.skins.
In its present condition there are
very tew hostelrles In the province
thai mc better equipped or offer better accommodation to the traveller
ihan  the Windsor.    Bvery room bus
jusi   gone'   through   a   season   nf   com
jeleie   renovation,   during   which   the
walls were replasl ired and tinted In  ter city hi
many  cases,  new   niipei   laid,    new     The pro]
furniture Installed and  wooden work
,,. painted and varnished.
The rooms are furnished with hand
some oal.  furniture, with  the excep
[inn   Of   lb"   bedsteads,   which   are   ot
Iron, and all are 1 quippe I with Os 1
moor in.iti'i'sses.   Each room ie largo
and airy, and to deprive the coming
wlniry weeather of Its chill, la -��� quipped   with  steam   be Hers     The  Bitting
room is furnished with oak and leath
rigs, buggies and business ve
llicles;  .1.  Leckie & CO.,  bonis.   M.  Wi
Waitt  A  Co. and Dyke, UJvana .<��� Cao
aglian. with a fine showing of plAnoS,
Horses  Arrive.
One or two additional exhTBtta in
the cart horse section have been stabled, but the major portion of these
and cattle will come In from tbe Vic
torln fair, which closes today. AH
will be comfortably housed by Monday.
Manual Training School.
  Principal Nelson and bis pupils of
the Manual training ichool are. busy,
According to a  dispatch  from   La-
arranging their exhibits ol drawings
coma, a. P. Qillles, of Seattle, one nf ,n.(| woodworl( e3reouted during tho
the promoters of the prospective mam- |���|S| year. The school will be work-
moth   twint.vfou;    slorey   hotel     ami   ing  during  tin
TWENTY THOUSAND
COMING KROM OLD SOD
Twenty thousand white Immigrants
are to be ilislribute'd throughout Cm
ada next sonson ami oul of the fust
lot sent one ihoiisand will be brougnl
mornings of the firstly |���.|(|j,u Columbia.   Bo .-ays Ootonel
warehouse there, has applied to the and third days of the fair and will bei ���.���.,., c. Lamh. _9S_ 0{ tha Solvation
Tacoma city council for a piece of ">'.'" I'"1' 'bBpeotion by patents anl Ann>. .,.,.,..,..,,.,.. ^.parlmonl, in Kug-
street tee form a portion of the sue
others Interested, |.ltl,|   in ,m in{grvlew with n rejjQVtei
., . oniiea      the same gentleman Dl��trict Exhibit- for the Free Preii at Ottawa Colonel
wllo appiied  rn the  local    board  of     Tlu'  L<angley districl    Is  going to I Laonb alao Btated that nrlor to leaving
,..  ,    d ahorl time ago tor the New make a larger and finer shew of Ita  Kngland  he hml  made arrnngniu^ut''.
Westminster markel square, as a Bite products than hitherto.   W, McAdam  with the Allan and Dominion linen (���'
..,.' ., monstar hotel here. ;""' "��� A   Braden, Jr., who are again charter ten ships, ami he fully expect
rieii'ircntiv  Mr   ciiiies  !uis  gieai   representing thin flourishing locality,led that the army would semi 10,000
|)lana t0 d( .,,,,,P( ,,���, ,v, IiU ]lis chief informed a News in.au yesterday Con- people to Canada hexi season, nml all
concern seems to be to get control ol   trlbutlona have come in well ami the  good   Immigrants,  too.      lie  inrtb ,
some  public properly or the money  quality throughout will be high,   "We stated that each' slngfe mftlf flJ,W0ffi ''
t0 purchase private property.    Vnoth-   ll,lv'' l;lK('n !1 ln,'K'' ���PWe 11iIh .v,,;ii'.Im required to have nt  lean  $l(i c3
er peculiar feature Is thai  wBTle in  anl i,n' going to nil It jusi Bne," said  lafedlng, and thai families are requir-
Olllles  is supposed   to W. MoAdam.   "Langley growers have led to have t.5, thesesums to be over
iat. I had a good season, but men have been  and above their railway, rare.    The
Immigrants are booked through
Tacoma    Mr-
live, in Seattle, and while In the
1 ire es Is Tacoma,
y wanted In ibe. City
Destiny is on the side of a bluff,
scarce  ami   wage's  high,     Yet,   ''very
,|.   one seems lo have made lois of mon
ey.    The  l-iingley exhibit   will
nnd
MANY  PRIZES GIVEN
The   Langley   exhibit
thai ni Edmonton and BtratTTBCha."
Surrey   District.
on the opposite sieie   of   trie hall
fed on   Ihe   train,   wllh   Hpoolal   provi
pinl' alon  for sleeping In  the colonist  eais,
. Places win be found tor them all,
FOR   KENNEL  CLUB   SHOW Mrg,  ]UuU,u MaokenSle  was   l,.i-,v   ,|e.
  orating the Surrey stall. In prep'ftra
Over  1 uuies  have been  madi n,,,,  jor n,(, ooming of her  husband
tor the Kennel club dug ihow to ba and T, Lawrence, who win pul up a
held nexl  week al  lha Provincial ex first-class exhibit of fruil  and  veg*
111.111 i i > 11. , tables
The    em rgetic    aeoratai ���,  Oranby
Far rant 1 and other  members ot the
No   small   shun
committee bav<
Several workmen bav been eng;:.',
,.,1 for the pasi few days in the clean
i���g id improving of the Merch
ani hotel premises, and the hostelry
la naw in better sh  than bad heen
the case for some lime. Al the last
meeting Of 'he license commissioners
comiilai.it was made thai the hotel
was nm in Hi" besl of condition tor
the accommodation of guests, and R-
Elley, the proprietor, was given ten
days in wbich to pui the premise's Into'shape, the license. Inspector being
granted power ta suspend the license
If the premises were noi In frood condition by that. time.
of the Windsor
merit rests wiih the kitchen, which ing an excellent "speoU
was recently entirely re-conBtructed.
Everything Is arranged with an eyo
1.1 cleanliness and convenience, an 1
the arrangemenl of sieve, tables, disii
washing board, waiters' shelves, etc.,
could hardly be improved upon
succeeded In obtain
prise list,
handsome silver cups predominating,
Among ibe iisi of donors are the i^i
lowing, the prizes  being for dog or
bitch   In   every   caM   wiliai   1101   olllee-
wise  specified:     Vanoouver    Kenhel
club,   sliver   cup,   tot'   besl   I Ill   fOX
Tho British Columbia Telephone
company has completed the Instana-
,.���,��� of ,��� exchange al Porl Moody,
and today subscribers are to be nou��
fled thai a Port Moody IM wW he iff*
fled to the already extensive directory
The port Moody ex-
for twenty-two sub-
a wide stretch
A   Large   new  furnace   was   recenl'y   li'i'i'ler;   K. C Powell, silver CUP,  beSI
Installed in the cellar between cemenl wire haired fox terrier 1 Malins .V
partitions,   lt is of up-to-date design COtrlthard, silver cup, best trfih ter
and serves to heal all the Tl! rooms Her; lion. \V. Norman Hole, silver
in the house. The rurnace Is covered cup. the New Wesl mlusler (lun
With asbestos to protect Ilie wool club, silver cup, best pointer bitch;
work against  charring. (leorge Dyke (Vancouver), allver cup,
 ���  best cocker dog or  bitch any  color;
Li, A. Lewis, silver OUp, bewt  .Cngllsh
JOHN  HENDRY CHOSEN \ntft;  W. 0, Clmniberlln, silver rup,
AS VICE-PRESIDENT  bent collie; T. S. Anuamlale, one cad
  . dy   lea  for belt  Irish  aett r;   "W.  B,
In   Sockeye   Row.
in the amusement ��� section an al
ways popular feature Hai vey's mei
rj go round la already in worftihg or
der, and Ihere will he two QUltfl DOVOl
attractions, both of a somewhat sen
satlonal oharaoter, cue of these 11
Bradbury1 |ummer toboggan, in which
the descent of n high lower Im made
by a spiral Might In a chute. The
other   novelty   Is .tin  aerial  Might,   bv
means of whloh those who deilre mav
txperienoe, In an experimental way,
the alluring dtHghtl or a (lying mil-
chine.
Fight Over License.
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 27���The
fight over the Y,.\le hotel llcenaee is
a fierce one. The agents of the locnl
hotel trust today sent out their rep
Toronto,  Sept.  27.���Thn    C.tB&dlttH Kellingrton, $5  for  best pointer dog;   resentativea   to   commence  a  cenBtin
V mcouver.
of the company.
change  has calls
scribe rs
Of territor
enterprising suburb
mil takes In
v not wholly included in the
Manufacturers' association has elect- Qeorge Adams, one cas�� dog biscuits,
ed the following .officers: President, best [jointer pup; 11- Birks, jeweler,
Hon. J. D. Holland, Montreal; vies- Vanoouver, silver medal, best Scot-
president, .lohn Hendry, Vancouver. tish terrier; John Hendry, sliver pup,
An animated discussion arose ovor best English setter btteh; C. G. Ma-
the Japanese Question, many favoring jOr, $5, best Gordon setter; D. S. Cur-
admitting the Asiatics. A resolution tis. pipe In case, best Boston terrier;
was finally passed asking the govern* j T. ,1. Trapp & Co., case of razors for
ment, to consider very carefully be-'best Alrdale terrier; J. G.Gamcn, case
fore abrogating the treaty. ' of pipes, best spaniel.
of the city. The moral reform party
will also start a census this week.
Both will' be completed before tflfc
case Is resumed In the supreme court.
The hotel people will endeavor to
show that the population warr.antB an
additional hotel. The reform association will try to show that th? population is less than 19,000, the requisite number.
TRAIN   CREW   HIDING
FROM   VICTIMS'  FRIENDS
Bakersfleld, Oal. iept, if,    looord
ing to the latest 1 ounti from the
scene of the Southern Paclflc wfPit
train which collided with a freight
near the entrance to tunnel  17 two
miles   wesl   of   Tebachapl   last    flight,
eighl Creeks were killed and twenty
Injured.
The   crews  of  Ihe   trains   tire   ntlll
fugitives   hilling   In   the   hills  tn   save
themselves from the enraged 00m-
radea of the victims who attacked the
trainmen after    the    accident    htm
lhrenleiie.il   tho   dOStrUOtiOD   nf   much
railroad property.
A  special train  Willi  twenty  arnel
men on board has been dispatched to
tho rescue of the beleagurod train
men, and the relief of thP wounded.
There were about fifty Greeks upon
the enr thnt  was doinollBbed.
Plans Were Approved.
Ottawa, Sept. 27.���R. 8 Douglas,
bridge engineer of the railway department, was examined belore the
Royal Commission to inquire into the
Quebec bridge disaster this morning.
He said that the specifications and
plans for the bridge were approved by
him and he was not the least apprehensive of anything, being wrong with
them. His work ended with the approval of the plans. This conclude 1
the work of the commission here. It
wlll meet again ln New York and will
examine Cooper. PAGE TWO
TKE DAILY NEWS.
SATUP.D;
SEPT.
PANS
The social season will soon be in
full BWlng. What about an attractive
fan for the many full dres.; occasions.
Perhaps the white ostrich feather
fans are the most generally desired
hut the white, grey or black ostric.i
feathers, hand-painted silk, peacock
feathers, and ivory fans from $2M
up are here for your consieleration.
When thinking of the coming wedding or personal gift do not overlook
the pleasure a handsome fan will create-
Henry
& Sons Ltd.
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Granville
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE   E   TROREY.  Managing  Director
ii
RAILWAY RATES
ACCEPTABLE
TO ALL
Vancouver.  Sept.  21.���At  a meeting
held  this  morning  between   Fred  W.
Peters and li. F- Greer, traffic officials
of the C. P. It., ou the one side, and
the   freight   rates   committee   of   the
Vancouver board of trade on the oth-1
er,  in the board  of trade  rooms,  the |
new schedule of freight  rates out of i
Vanoouver over the company's lines'e
was presented and considered.   While .
the  shippers  of    Vancouver    hardly
found  the award  of the railway com-j
mission  on this  subject come  up  to
their  desires,   the  schedule   prepared
by M. Peters gave further concessions
and after it had  been thoroughly examined anel resolution was passed by
the committee stating that the schedule   was   satisfactory   to   it     for  the
present use.    The committee did not,
of   course,   by   this   resolution   divest
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Extra!    Special!
30  DAYS ONLY
SUITS MADE TO ORDER
$15.00    Up
Best of Trimming.      Best of
Workmanship.    Cut to Fit.
M. LANGTRY. Up-to-ilale Tailor \
247 Front St.
the board of the rignt to ask for further changes that might be shown to
be desirable and proper.
Those representing the railway company at the meeting were Messri.
Fred W. Peters, 13, \V. Greer, Boles
and Robertson. The members of the
committee, which was large and representative of the various transportation interests of the city, were as follows: Messrs. R, P. McLennan, chairman; Wm. Skene, secretary; W. ,1.
McMillan, president of the board; E.
H. Heaps, R. Kelly, W. H. Malkin,
Win. Braid, W- G. Mackenkie, Walter
Ker. F. Buscombe, R. .J. Leckie, H. A.
Stone, A. B. Erskine. R. G. Thvnne.
From Factory to Home  Our Motto
��
PAY
COMMON SENSE TALK
ON PIANO PURCHASING
RICH TRACES OF RADIUM
ARE   FOUND  AT GENEVA
Geneva, Sept. 26.���A newspaper
says that Professor Jolly hay completed a geological examination of
specimens of the strata collected from
the borings for the Simplon tunnel.
He found rich traces of radium, indicating larger deposits than any hitherto discovered in Europe.
He believes that the presence of
these deposits caused the abnormi ',
heat experienced in building the tunnel and predicts that the continued
research will prove the world's supply of radium is greater than supposed.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART ~TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth fill eel
Four Men Crushed.
San Francisco, Sept. 26.���Four men
were crushed to death ycsteruay by
the falling of a ninety-foot mast used
by contractors at the quarry at Point
Orient, Richmond, Contra Costa county. At the time of the accident thirty
men were engaged in lifting a huge
block of building -stone into a barge.
While the heavy load was in the air
ihere was a sharp, snapping sound
and a wire cable use.el as a guy for
the mast of the derrick parted.
The foreman of the work shouted
a warning and some of the menjump-
eei away, but six who did not understand much of the English language
failed to see the danger that threatened, and when they saw the Immense
timber falling toward them it was too
late for them to escape. Four were
killed Instantly and two others were
injured.    They   were  all   Italians.
We want to talk seriously to every prospective Piano
buyer in New Westminster and District.    Our busi-
ness is piano selling.   We manufacture Pianos and
sell them ourselves direct to you.   We are selling
more high grade Pianos now than ever before. There
are reasons for this.   We own and control our own
retail stores.   When you buy from us you have no,
doubts as to whether the guarantee will be carried
out.   There is no second party mixed up in the trans-
action, and no middle profits to protect.
Our line of Pianos in the most complete west of Toronto, we handle
seven other makes besides Mason & Risch, giving you thirty-five styles of
Pianos to choose from.    You can see in our immense stock any grade of
Piano you wish.   There is no guess work.   Every piano has its p? ice anj
grade.   You know absolusely what kind of piano it is.   We sell pianos at a
much lower price than they have ever been offered before in the west.  We
are ready to prove every statement made by us.   We want you to see our
goods and get the prices.   Make no mistake, it will be a revelation to you,
We will have a large exhibit at the fair in the Industrial Hall.  The
exhibit has been forwarded from Toronto, ancl consists of the latest productions of the Mason & Risch Factories, and of the Aeolian company's four pia
nola piano factories, New York.   Make our exhibit your meeting place.
Mason & Risch Piano Co. Ltd,
Piano Manufacturers
659 Granville St., Vancouver, B. C.
WHERE YOU BUY DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY ON EASY TERMS|jTO SUIT PURCHASER.--PHONE 1.
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*y*y*y*y*y***********
Cleared   Lot 1
Mpwinrif
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for
$750.00
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE y GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
Manila, Sept. ril.���A sull lias been
begun by ibe governmenl ior the recovery of if in.nun customs duties from
ii... Standard oil company.
U&��22fffi____
WE ARE USING PURE CANADIAN MILK IH
i oid Roof in
Cowan
9        Milk Chocolate,
S   Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Ilf
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
****>*>*>*>*
It has stood tiie 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 always on hand and price right.
���������������������4
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
JUST   RECEIVED
FRY'S CHOCOLATES
RYALL'S DRUG
A Large Shipment of
rockeryf^Glassware j
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR; PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
**��������������*���**
ADAMS & DEANS
During the long winter months, thc GRAPHOPHONE.
for passing away the long dull evenings. We have
now a fine stock of Instruments, and over 3,000 r*
cords to select your music from.
Also Edison Phonographs and Records, Columbia and Victor Records, Pianos, Organs, Musical instruments, and Singer and Wheeler & Wilson sewing machines.
M
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RDAY. SEPT. 28, 1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
THE
Ihowerproof Coat
SHOWN  IN   THIS   CUT   IS AN EXACT REPRE-
6��NTATlON  OF OUR 50    INCH    OVER    SACK.
rri,>s: $15, $18, $20, $22.50, $26
According to Quality
THE COVERT CCAT IS 34 INCHES LONG. MADE
iMBi-ACK CHEVIOT OR WHIP CORD. JUST THE
c0AT FOR EVENING WEAR; PReCES $',4 AND $16
THE COAT. ALL GOOD J MADE BV TWENTIETH
CENTURY PEOPLE ASE GUARANTEED BY
THEM, WE STAND BEHIND YOU ON THE GUARANTEE.
The Wardrobe Clothier
BH OF NEOESTMINSTER
Re  VOTERS'   LIST
X tlee I   lie reby given that a court
ba li> Id  pursuant to the Voters'
list   clauses of "New    Westminster
, 18S8,"  anil  Amendiu.^  Acts,   by
linn   W-  Norman  Hole, Judge of
(he County    Court,  at    the   Council
rhamber, City Halll, in this city, on
luesday, the 1st day of October, 1907,
It 11 o'clock a.m-, to hear and deter-
\,:.,i  - uh applications of which not- j
Ic*1 has be  ii given.   All persons hav-j
laess  wiili  the Court are re-!
laii'c.l to attend at the said time and I
Jlace-
iliy   Order,
\V- A- DUNCAN,
Citj Clerk and Clerk of seiid Court
Kew Westminster, Sept 21, 1907-
City Voters' List
Notice is  Ik reby  Riven   that    the
iters'  List  tor  the year   1907    has
ten completed,  and  that  the same
i*.'    -  Been at tnis office for thirty I
n from the date hereof;  and any j
!*���> n  who shall claim  to be added !
lothi said Voters' List, or any Sleeper who sli.ill    desire    to    have'  any >
un<   erased  therefrom,  must prefer
ri or her request in writing, Blgned
rith liis or her name, and shall de-
or cause same  to  Ive  delivered, |
^ the City Clerk  within    the    time
efore Specified.
vV. A. DUNCAN,
Olty Clerk.
Clerk'o office, City Hall,
ew Westminster, Aug. 30, r,....,.
ITICE TO BUILDERS   i
rEN'DEReS will Ix.' received up to
Poon nr September 28th for the bulld-
|lnK nt aeiilitiiin to Johnston's shoe
pore.
Plana and specifications may be
|Sll'n -ei office of C -ii- Clow. architect,
lanil tn Johnston's sboe store.
Lowes! or any tender not necessar-
P)   ��� - pted.
C   H   CLOW. Architect
���New Westminster, B.C., Sept W, IW
BBBHBF^S'iS
New Arrivals
Children's Hats, Caps, Bonnets, Furs,
Coats, Dresses, Underwear, etc.,
all stylish and up-to-date.
The prices? Well, they are by no means
their least attraction.
THE WHITE HOUSE
275 Columbia St.     A. J. BIRTCH
���  ��� '-��� .*>:-*>C*>i-=*yb-*>^ *>2-*)br*>2-*>i2*>y
l   MARKET   |
i   REPORT   l
* * ������,,���:���,������-.���-:. ���*���#���*���
Prices remained firm at the weekly
market yesterday, v<:.- '������ w 11 any variations in quotations '..eing noticeable.    The  amount   ol   produce  sold
Condensed
Advertisements
AMUSEMENTS
WANTED���2vO  fir
O- Box 204, city.
piles.   Apply
WANTED���Smart boy to work in
printing office- Jackson it Morrison, printers, Daily News block.
was   large, local  dealers  and  jobbers   WANTED���Female  help,   light  worn
being the principal purchasers. The
.(������< -I it nee was large.
Meats    were-    plentiful    yesterday, 	
chleflj   in the.  [lues  of mutton,  veal.   WANTED���Work
and ��� " :.   The latb r variety sold tor
I       ri   u> 9%   c :e: hind iuart-
'-.- ad from 6 to T reels Tor (Fonts.
The sale was equal to the supply.
Mutton was more plentiful than ;'
has been in weeks and prices were
the same a3 for the- last month, viz..
from 13 tn n cents for mutton, and
15 cents for lamb. Vt a] sold at 11
and 12 cents per pound. The supply
of pork contin les Slim, '��� n notwithstanding the prices show no tendency
to ri - ���- Thi ;���::���.��������� was 11 cents per
pound.
Eggs   a, re again i li ntlfu] and sold
���r   ; e cents  wh i e ia     and 15  retail.
Th    jobbers seem< i anxious to pick       	
���': :r. up at   10 cents.     I ttei  sold at   TQ LET
the nl l prices of 35 and  I I ceul s,   A
very small portion of thi   supply soid
er   10   :i nts per pound.
The supply ol fowls was aboul the
short   hours.     Apply   New   .Method
Steam Laundry, Columbia Street-
by experienced
dressmaker- Address, Miss G- News
office.
LOST���l.a-lies' pocket Look, containing $13, on Columbia street between
Smith's and the Douglas bakery.
$2 reward. Return to Dally News
office.
We supply help of all kinds, no charge
ttelephone   2221),   Canadian   I'actnc
Employment   agency,   500   Cordova;
street \V , Vancouver, B- C.
LOST ,\ gold tilled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T
Gilford's Jewelry store and obtain
reward.
-Two vacant lots for ex! Ibl-
tion week, fourth ave. near gates.
Appl) to R. C- Purdy, confectioner.
Columbia street, next to tram office
RICHARD   T   LOVE,   Manager.
T
AND
Orange Blossoms
The Intensely Human* Drama.
Superb   Dramatic   Offering.
Bertha M. Clay's Famous Novel
A Company of Exceptional   Players.
TWO���NIGHTS���TWO.
THURSDAY (ifl 0 y|
FRIDAY vW�� ��"
��� NEW ���
same as usual, and all were Bold -'��� 6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth St..
firm prices. Ordinary fowls broughl between Third and Fourth Ave.;
from $6.50 to $7.50 a dozen, while aeyily painted and papered; to be
chickens sold from $3.50 to $5 a doz- soid immediately; a bargain at
en. Ducks sold anywhere from $7 to |l$00. half cash. Apply McQuarrie
$9 a dozen. I     & Co., Front St.
Spuds   arc  commencing   to   gurnet;
attention  form   the  buyers,   although   TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
very few tons changeel hands yester-      ly ln timber.   Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish t:
buy or sell, see me. S. R. Chandler.
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
day.   The ruling prices were from $18
to $20 a ton.
Apples  were  in   good    demand  at
from 75c to $1.25 a box.   The supply
j was  short.    Pears  were also  scarce,
although  the demand  was  strong at
::    a 60 to ~~> cents a box.
Crab apples were on sale in fairly
i large quantities at about 35 cents a
i crate.    Prunes are growing scarce- A
: few crates of plums sold at ahout 50 | holders  Prepared to offer accommo
cents a crate.
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To accommodate all the guests
who will visit the city during exhibition time it is desired that all house-
LYRIC THEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner of Pender and  Hamilton Sts.
Malan & Clawson, Managers.
The Lyceum Stock Company
Fourth Week Starting
Monday, Sept. 23rd
The Celebrated English Drama
"Woman vs. Woman"
"Thorns   and   Orange   Blossoms"
There are more tears and laughter \
in the four acts of Bertha M. Clay's
powerful  story,  "Thorns .and   Orange
, Blossoms," than any play on the road
! this season.   It is a notable fact that
' most, critics in reviewing the comedy-
drama  lay   particular stress  on  th'.s
feature.    One writer  in  the  Chicago
I Tribune  said:
"Thorns and Orangj? Blossoms" is
a play of the kind that leaves a mem*
i ory; it is simple in construction,
'strong in dramatic climax, hilariously funny and pathetically sad; in a
word it is a story of "laughs and
: tears."
dation at reasonable rates will leave
their   addresses  with   Edward   Hoult |
billeting agent at the city hall, where!
all information  may  he obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
Chairman of the Billeting committee.
The genuine articles���th
Old  Sport  cig,ars.      For  sale
first-class  dealers.
B. C. and '
by all
Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added lo his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPULAR PRICES.
Look Up
THE
Provincial Exhibition
 1 907	
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
pXHIBlTlON
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
,367   Columbia   St.
'OPP. PREMIER HOTEL      Phnne B278
WE PRINT
Bring in your clothes to be pressed
at once in order to itosure the worl; -
being done before the fair.
Banners
REASONABLE CHARGES.
CIVIC HOLIDAYS
1:1 accordance    with    a  resolution
pwswl al iii,- regular meeting of coun-
I'''1 "ii the 23rd Inst, l hereby declare
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1st, and
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd,
""" ' P.m. to r, p.m. public half-HoU-
la>"��. and res.,, ci fully invito the citi-
I   M generally to so observe th<> same
W.  H.   KEARY,
. Mayor.
lCl|y Hall  .v
1907,
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C
OCTOBER
1,2, 3, 4, 5.
The Telephone System.
To the Editor of the News:
Sir���If K- L. Borden could only give
New West minster a reliable, though
even a faint, hope that his dream of
public ownership of telephones would
become a reality any old time alon-;
the dim vista of ages yet to come.
the) might even go the length ot ei-
ecting tee a position in the seats ot
the mighty, his follower, James i>. t.
It is bard to imagine what  the busi- 30 SIXTH STREET-
ness men of New Westminster would] Place your orders early,   and   avoid
not do to rid themselves of the bunch tlu' >'llsh at exhibition time.
thai murmur "Y-y-yes   after the bel!	
has been run.;; for any length of tim
from live minutes to half an hoar
their ears.   Whether Managi r Roaah ...    ���  _, ,       ���  ��,    .
is malting a collection of fossils out oi " ") Oaady OI LnOlCe
mere curiosity and is using his little Ceylon  &  Assan    Tea
box  known as  the Central telephone ^i1   ^O
Show Cards School Books
5i��RS and
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
���e X w.rks MOREY*S
I Special Prices on Tea
Jew Westminster, Sept. 24,
Kl
NOTICE.
 ward will be paid to any-
** who wm give Information to sec-
�� "'" conviction of parties found
King ti^ property of the corpor-
$5Q Q00 In Prizes and Attractions $50,000
I
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
ail<i-
in
'";" the public parks or elsewhere
By order,
W- A- DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Sept.   19    19117,
Cit
city.
V Hall.
|w- N. Draper
B. C Land
Surveyor
'llrd Block-  New Westminster, ��.C
itflce for a museum, or ls overwof'.Tn.n
the> members of his staff to such an
extent that  they are dying by stages,
is not known,but it is generally known
that they are the slowest hunch thai
ever  happened.    If Capt.  Peele ever;
run the local weather bureau  in thf-
this-ls-my-last-epasm fashion in which ]
Mr.   Roach  conducts    the local   tele-
phone  system,  he  would   be  mobbed:
i g,,      i ii : and chased out of town,    The writer -
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, ana btoeK, as wea, hns heard church moniberB> uniform.,
aS the Industries Of the Province. '. ally  serene, tear and  rave  and even ;
' speak iniquitious remarks with varia-
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tourna-1 tions on not being awe to rouse "cen-'
f   }�� which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and far from her unruffled snooze.
ment,  in  wnicn  tne  xuxvuw  i��v t nilt why re,,lne?   something may
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports, h;i])])en
Uncptvill matches. Balloon ascensions, several Bands of.   Every dog has its day. and the m
iJasenail   uiouwkw, o0Jirti.0�� Q^nrfa ! stitutlon that palms itself off on New
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, bailors   dpOITS. > Westminster as a  telephone aerPTco
11 u_ll~ _,��,A .mn. li'c-fo   ! may get a shock, compared to which
For further information see small bills and prize lists. ,Jamos D T,g e]ection wou]d be   I
| hunch of soft sounds to the local pub��|
I    TRAPP ^'  "^" ^^^""�� i lie. DISGUSTED-
The Direct Importing Tea and
Coffee Company
Phone 1252.
770 Granville St, Vancouver.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary to know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   and   Exer-
clse  Books are
Fine
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two door* from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches from 912.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
race, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watcbes, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exneditlon.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
HIH.STEWARDSON2 Transcontinental Trains 2
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
President.
Secretary.
New Westminster. Sept   26, 1907       ELLARD BLOCK,      NEW WESTMINSTER
DAILY
ED. GOULET,
O. P. K. Agent
N��w weitminiter. PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY
*4*.
l\
CLOVERDALE
SOUTH VANCOUVER
ti*
Close to cemetery car line, one-fifth acre blocks are now for sale
at $325.00 per block; terms $7500 cash, balanc* in eight quarterly payments.
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
._._______________:_:__���;_-���__���_: - ^'V^^jj^.
EMERSON   MILL   AT
PORT  MOODY  CLOSED
THE DAILY NEWS
could not carry into effect the reforms
,. ,,- i   , i     .i     ii ee    >_��,_       i> ..     and   new   measures
Published by the Dally News Pub-
thing   Company   Limited,   at   their  c''tes
which  he  advo-
He knows that some leading
Jfices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front   Conservative    organs    condemn    his
The Emerson Lumber Company of
Port Moody Is the first lumber nianu-
facturing firm on the coast to shut
down its plant on account of the
slackness of the lumber market.   The
mill has i a closed down for several
weks at least, and the date of reopening will depend entirely upon
the state of the market. The payroll
of the companj averages about $5000
per month.
Logging  interests   report  that   the
market   is   dull,  the mills not   buying
i logs    at   all     freely.     Several     large
', booms brought  to  Vancouver  by  up-
i coast loggers are on the market, and
, a number of booms now en route here
have not been sold.    The demand is
only  for first-class  lumber.    Mr.  Andrew  Haslam, supervisor of log scalers, stated yesterday tliat returns are
coming in slower this month than for
some time past-
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director,
 j
SATURDAY, SEPT. 28, 1907
LEADER AND PLATFORM.
We  fear    that   our    Conservative
friends cannot Ik- congratulated upon
the outcome of the big effort they
made', day before yesterday, to bltng
their cause ami party into prominence
in this pari of the country. The pros-
session was duly pulled off; the convention assembled and did its appointed  work;  the meeting was held;  the
platform, and   that  others   apologize
for   it.  ami   still  others  "explain  it."i "A"  Red" A9ai"-
Small wonder,  then, that he has felt      Ottawa.   Sept   'Jtl.-The     Dominion
, I government  is now certain of accept-
compelled so to qualify nearly every
statement that the platform is little
more than a personal declaration of
a somewhat misty and uncertain fait.i
in the soundness of certain theories
of government in which men of different, parties and different countries
have advanced in past years and are |
still advocating. j
ance by the British authorities of the
All Red line scheme, as outlined hy
Sir Wilfrid Laurier at the recent imperial conference. It is reported that
a definite proposition from a strong
syndicate is now before His Majesty's
government to provide for a fast passenger service between Canadef and
Great  Britain.    Besides   Lord  Strath-
WATCHES
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE. FROM THE 7-JEWEL TO THE 2Z-
JEWEL, IN NICKEL, SILVER. GOLD FILLED AND SOLID GOLD
CASES, AT PRICES TO COMPETE WITH EASTERN HOUSES.
EQUALLY   WELCOME  TO   LOOK  OR TO BUY.
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Horace Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
DIED.
LLOYD���At Vancouver, 11. ('.. Thursday evening Sept. '2d, 1907, Helen Mos-
tyn, only child of Mr. rind Mrs. Herbert M. Lloyd, aged '���', years and i)
months.
Funeral will take place from the
family residence 171.9 Robson Street,
Saturday  afternoon   at  2.30  o'clock
Why  Pay  a  Doctor of Ophthalmology $5 to $10 and  another
speakers had an attentive hearin
but tlu> prominent feature of the
whole program'was cold reet. We
trust that slang may be exCWed fn
view of its appropriateness, lt has
happened to most of us te> have an
otherwise pletasani occasion spoiled
by the persistent dullness of our ped-
al extremities. That, metaphorically
speaking, was what happened to our
Conservative friends day before yesterday. Their great occasion came
off as jeer programme, except that lt
refused to be great; it would not
warm up.
But while it is true that the enthusiasm failed to display itself, and that
as a party demonstration the whole
affair was distictly dismal, it is alse.
true that Mr. Borden, personally, as
ii man. stands rather higher than he
did before in the opinion of thoughtful
and discriminating Liberals. 7\Ir'. '.uc-
Bride could pose as the dauntless
champion of popular interests in the
Anti-Orieata] matter, notwithstanding
his own admission that he was false
to his duty al the time when the opportunity to strike a telling blow was
pu! into his hands; bul Mr. Borden
would not .so speak. He know3 that I
i' ������ pons rvative party is in favor of
. |, it) labor and elm', the return to
: ewe ��� woul : be the signal fen- the removal of restrictions already existing, |
11
not for the Uttpositions oi new ones, j
This V,, cannot say openly���to do so
would ������ I i ruin any chance the Tor-11
i - may have tee -rain a seat in tula
provinc< ��� bul he will no! be guilty of l j
the overt dishonesty of speaking as
if th - pari ��� which he nomiaally leads
was anti Oriental in i; _ sentiment,
When we turn to British Columbia's
con ; u ning qu 311 in, better terms,
we find ee similar condition, Here
again Mr. McBride, who bas muddled
an 1 mishan iie-1 the whole mat I r
from first to last, using it simply a ��� a
political catch word, poses as t ho
single-eyed and single hearted champion of our rights; l-.r,' Mr, Bor len
carefulj steps around the question,
Carefully, bul no! verj adroitly. Th i
two feel upon which he side stepped
(if we may use such ;i figure) do nol
match each other���thej are not" a
pair. Al the meeting here this may
nol have be< n so plain as it was in
other addn sses, bul ll Is evident th et
Mr, Borden's deep interesl in the subjeel extending over sevens! years, and
his frequent conferences with others
equally or more deeply Interested,
of all of which he has been careful
to tell ilie people of British CoTiimbta,
should have qualified him to say
something a little definite than "if you
put us In power we will look into
it.-' Mr. Borden, however, appears to
shrink (and that is to his creemTTrom
attempting to be definite al the expense of truth.
When we turn to Mr. Borden's platform we have thc plain marks"oT the
��� same feeling.    About Protection (with
the  big  P)   he  can  speak   positively,
because he knows that it is the policy
of the Conservative party���or at least
of the Tory wing which controls that
party-���to hand tho country over, body
and bones, to be ruthlesslj  exploited
by  greedy dividend-hunters;   bul  as a
rule  he  is  studiously  vague.    We  do
not insinuate that Mr. Borden has ael-
vanced  as  "planks" in   his   platform
measures in  which  he doe's not  personally' believe���for  which   he  would ;
not personally vote:    but he knows
that   the  platform    is    his���not    the
party's.    He   knows that,   were    tHe
conservatives in power tomorrow, he
When Mr. Borden accused the Ottawa Government of selling for a song
timber lands which had been since
... j resold for thousands, we wonder if lie
had any idea how han! he was hitting
his friend Mr. McBride. The McBride
Government has been disposing of
provincial timber lands to speculators
wholesale for a long time, and these
cona's well known interest in the pro- hike  fee to an Optician  for glasses.
ject,  both the  Canadian   Pacific  rail-1 Dr. Hatherly, our optician and Doctor
For QUALI
the Delta  laml cannol   be beaten.   One acre of ti' r
bottom land will produce as much as three ., ..,
graved  land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain.
s acres, all cleared, ln garden and pasture, 6 tn (rom
this city, on the' el>ke road, ri"> yards from Sunbtir..  ;e office
and boat landing,  ... mile from school, bas a  Ave ���>���   i house
n good repair, ham and chicken house, 2 cows and  10 hens;
good waterfrontage with wharf building, boat and n SO
voting fruit tree>s. a good range all conn ected.
way and all of the steamship lines,
it is said, will hold large shares of
stock.
Money to loan on approved security,
White, Shiles & Co., city.
Emma Goldman Excluded.
New York, Sept. 20���It was learned
speculators  are making  fortunes  out   fl.()ra som.ces ,n  the  lmmlgra-0n  ,)lt.
I of  them.
of Ophthalmology,   does   the   work  of.
both charging only for the glasses.
TENDERS
Price  .   -   $2250
$1200 cash,  balance  in  one   year
The   Daily   Xews   has   to apologise
for   a  blunder  which,   through   sheer
reau that Emma Goldman the high
priestess of anarchy, is to be barred i
from the United States. After the
assassination of President McKlnley,
which the murderer attributed to the
iadvertance, got into a report in yes- infiammatory speeches of Emma Gold-
terday's paper, lt said that Mr. Mc- man. Congress enacted laws barring
Bride was the first speaker at Thurs- out anarchists from admission Into
day night's meeting. As a matter of the country. Imprisonment has failed
fact, J.D. Taylor was first called upon to suppress Mrs. Goldman from
He did not make a speech it is true:   preaching terrorism   and   destruction.
merely said a few words; but he had ���. ���	
the honor of opening the ball, and our
report should have so stated.
For all kinds or cat flowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
For the erection of llouse__and Lavatory at the Central schools. Plans
and specifications can be seen at the
office of C. H. Clow, Architect, and
on the school ground-.. The lowest
tender no! necesarlly accepted. Tenders received at the office of the
undersigned until WEDNESDAY, Oct.
2, at  5  p.m
P.   PEEBLES.
Hale & Lane
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY'
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Phone  335 P. O. Box 2ft
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��� UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT.
The Depot Oyster and Chop House
When   in  the  city, whether  vis! tor or resident. TH E PLACE TO DINE
Open   Day and   Night. Meals   served   at   al!   hours.
.1- OYSTERS Wholesale and Retail   ������
Shoes for Everybody
OUR = l
Piano Exhibit
W Can We Interest You in the
Matter of New Shoes?
&pM i    ft
ur Window Display
O"^
We are showing a great variety of new lines
in Misses and Children's Shoes. Ask to see
our new line of Children's Shoes made on
(tNature Shaped Lasts"���the shoe you've
been looking for. Don't Forget our Window
Display. We think we can agreeably astonish you as to Styles and Prices   :   :   :   ;    :
This >. ar .: the Grea
better than ever.    We 1
ins;,eet the bea tl ! ���
display at our booths
STEINWAY  &  SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER PIANO*
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIANOS (
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER
ril
W. M. Waitt & G��|
LIMITED
VICTORIA   AND VANCOUVER'
The olrti"*.  Music  Housj I" a C
J.  H. TODD,   Local Agenl
Johnston's Big Shoe House
YOU  REQUIRE *
NEW SUA
Come over and see oar
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWARD
Next door Hotel Aitor
VANCOUVER
LIMITED
Big Electic Boot Sign, New Westminster, B. C.
i 500 Cord of Tan Bark W
At   Ilie'
I rraser River TafinCl
1    Highest Cash P.
rice P��>* ,Xr-    ri.    ����
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Tie Cash Stores    CITY NEWS
Extraordinary Sale
	
Of Lace Curtains
jot  itlistanding the recent advance, some remark-
ble values were obtainable at the recent big trades
l: the east, The casts of these goods passed into
(tock today. Included in the offering are several
lumbers below regular wholesale prices, as fellows:
152 pairs $1.00 value for  �� .75
_ | airs $2.00 value for  . 1.35
1 \ airs $1.50 value for  .   .95
I airs $3.50 value for     2.75
fere is a snap in sample Swiss Curtains, 3 1-2 and 4 yard? long, worth up to $5,
:/  ai 1 $10, at less than half; or SI.50. $2.50 and $3.50 each.   You'll please
uickly as there are only 75 odd numbers to be sold at this price.
Special purchase of serviceable White Quilts, over m)0 onsale this week.
hey'rehere specially for the EXHIBITION RUSH.
Towels! Towels!! Towels!!!
150 dozen Huck Towels, hotel size, per dozen $1.50
90 dozen brown Turkish Towels, regular 73c size, for pair ...    .SO
28 dozen extra large and  heavy  quality  exhibition: special
price, per [ib.lv '5
New Suits and Coats
JArrive I again today.    Our present slock discounts anything ever shown in city.
COME AND LOOK AROUND
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WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   ftin   aave   you   50   per   cent
on s  SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT fk EXPORT CO.
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FURNITURE!
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C*rp��tfc    l.in<*'.---     ."   oTOthl   Window Shades. Pictures and
Peflii'.f Fr��ene��   Gfl C�� e tm.     I.a.-e   Curt��i��*i��,   Porleet-^,   Upheil*
tering, GtfetwM Wert., Sheets.   Pillow  Cases. Blanket*.    Etc
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IJO ;u res excellent land, Bl tuate on
*ra dyke'.
river Inside Pitl
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Oood house, nine ac
rea cleared for crop, I" acres slash ��
the resl  alder bottom land.   Onlj $75.oo nn acre
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RESIDENT AGENTS.
|Cl"'���"���" American Fire  Ins. Co.  ant; Empire Accident and Surety Co.
��ver Annandale's  Grocery,   corner  cf   McKenzie   and   Columbia   BU.   J
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Jackson & Morrison
DAILY  NEWS  DLCCK
$10.00 Per Acre
160 Acres in Langley
SOME   GOOD   TIMEER.        THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   14
SECTION ON THE MARKET        GOOD    TERMS       ENQUIRE   AT   ONCE
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Real Pictures
Present  this  Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit     :      I
ROYAL STUDIO
Undei new management, Cunningham
Block.
McLEOD, MARK & CO*
The tarm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster |
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Ladies9
Hairdressing
Parlors
STILLMAN'S FRECKLE OREAM
GUARANTEED CURE FOR
FRECKLES AND TAN.
Over WpIsIi's Store, Columbia
SL EAtrante: Sixth St., opp. P.O.
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from .        .  ,, ho three
daj ������  ago ��i  ���   ��� - ...,.,.
r. \-,\ r,-. ���.- ��� "    Chlel   M.'i'i
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fhi   .     ��� the Royal
Columbl iti  h< " ���'   '   ve cl
nl  the lea :.]    I ho ^ ome ���.-
, |e   in Frlda;   Ocl
��� - tid the retarj il the auxltt>
.. ) would like i" hear from members
w ho ai i- prepni e l to iffet ee i tl ita'neo
j. Hen tied wate    manuf-u ;
: ���,.   ii. .    \. .\ ,   hlpnv ni o!
...i.i m ati ���       ties ol   -, new and Im
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iie,. bottle   .'! e  I "t�� the Saimettou ']
���:,i.. works, and en ���  imong i1' - fit il
inanutactured bj tbi ��� new ne m
lli'llei   Sin .li.   :i   lien,hi   emtlto] ee   'it
ih.. Ki..|.;i.i tuvot ������������'�� mill ��� . mi..an.,
mei with .ni act Idt m al thfe null j
terdaj "!':. t nece i :' ite I the i tl
:.litem ni hi ��� bl s !',. He wm taken
in iiu. Royal Columbian It ib il tl and
w,.\m plai e i under i lie care of t it.
Jones.
The Tei um teha are et  eel  d lo ai
rlvo l'-'i i the i'V lar C. P. R. ti ;li|i
i,nt,i,    Thi) will be mei nt the iluni
lion  by  Rev, J, 8   Henderson, pr<
Ui ni   ni   the  New   We itmlnsti i   dub,
.imi  win be  tendi i    ee foi mai ����� I
coinA    Tho Ti oura n:' t  will  remain
in iuim olty nil nexl ��,,:
\ieiiii. McNuughlon, who fdT M|"
iiiint i'i.\v monlhi im t been connected
wiih Nn. i Bre hall a i driver, in leav
ittk th" iii|,:iitm'ni "'i Monday He
Intends lo go to woi i- Ifl the lumber
camps tor some time    ttti nuoce ':"'
luiii  mil   yi-l   I ii   ti iiihmI.   lull  will   bfl
appointed .11 the nexl meeting ni lhe
cit v ooufloil,
a number of speol tl oonstablee will i
I ba iworn in for special setivloe dur��
iiik exhibition week. Three extra men
win likely in- pine "ei <>'i duty In the
city, wiili" two specials will he detail
��.e|   to keep dill"!'  nl  tll"  faif  -.itiiitul3
i Thr- appointments win   be mail" to*
day.
Tltc nnntial harvest fe��tital of Hi"
siiivtitiT.M Attiiy  win   h" celebnawd
during th" next f"w eiuys.   The MUI
on BegWe Btreel li prettily deCOrlAed
fertile ('icciislnit Hnlunlay al 8 p.m.,
;i Special pnigriim wlll be "reno*Pl-ed:
lots of iiiiieic iiii! singing by old anel
young, ,\ numbei ot visiting officers
and srl.liers will he present. The
>e'i lay services will be conducted I y
Ailjeit'int \Val;eRce,|, who has just av-
l'ive-ii on the r.'-r,n from Die mlddlfl
provinces.
: ;r \ John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium ||
DUPONT 8LOCK
TEL.   73
COUUMei*   STREET
NE WWE8TMINSTER, B.C
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The Raincoat
.    seful garnveni m a man'fl
e i ��� hia Rain Coat
��� ��� '.     :��������������� entente  a imlt ol  BUbatlin-
tion, but nothing can tafee the place
tl   :>������ Rain C ��� ���
\.. mattei ho*  well o I --li are in
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Your   Wardrobe  is   Incomplete  Without a Rain Coat
Ol .��� n��ii i..,i �� mi   i fashionable
, i
Hi '-,'��� thej    are, In    all   the three
ei    ilj t  .!���, ii u h   ���������' li a
pi ej ������������ ipade oi ���'��� tl ed ^ "i'0'
o.u. Vein,n coverts     Vicunas *uo*
tmooth   three '��� d    I :'i''-       all   faiB
i   md --������- " tttteed,
Prices $12,50, $15t $18 in m
-. i ��� a rr,- iii buying a Raincoat,
v..i  . ,, oi one ia the moll vm .atlafac
-,, ��� -, ;,;��� | | i looking ie i' mehl em ea th
Come here to make unu aelectioti
ami , ou II   ������ takins ho chances.
H. L. DeBeck
CLOTHES AND TOGGERY.
Opposite,    P     O.   New    Westminster
i.iTAjJ^m'XmWiiaizmimriimi**^^
JUST A FEW
Sf the k'-nris 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 my rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rat��. Phone,
call or write.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. PAGE SEC
THE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDAY
SEPT
Comfort in Men s
Clothes���is an object which we keep
constantly in view,
never losing track of
exc lu a i veness in
style.
English  Worsteds and  Tweeds
in the newest shades from
$20.00 up.
MISSIONARY FORSEES
COMING YELLOW PERU
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
McQUARRIE
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents
& c
Financial A
i
:l rii.es circled the globe many times ��� pnQi^T   <*T
an : baa bad more experience as a mis-  ��� I*w ���
Blonary than any living man.
Phone 333 FRONT. ST.   Phone 333
N
FROM
S atttle, Sept 27���"When Bishop
M. Thorburn predicted before a Portland audience a great tidal wave of
Oriental immigration to the Pacific
coast, be merely repeated a propfcecj
thai was uttered by Sir Robert Hart,
for forty years director of Chinese
customs, and foretold only that whicn I
:.-, known to every scholar versed lu
oriental affairs; and which is familial ��� ; every student of Oriental char-|
acter. The time is not far distafnt
when there wil] be a concrete realization of what Emperor Wllhelm (SMled
the "Yellow Peri!," mon' than a tie-
cade ago."
So spoke Dr. \V. L Ludlow, formerly city physician of Seattle, who spent
tour yeai'.- in China as physician to
the American church mission, al
Chang, 800 miles in the interio
China.
What  bas caused the present
rest In Oriental nations and then
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
C room house on Hamilton Btreet,
all modern improve.inents- One lot
from car line; iot 60x132. Price $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
s room house, all modern Improvements, full si/.eei lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. l'rice $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time.
3V_. acres laud next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
slump on ii, now In grass, 28 bear-
Wullng fruit trees, all Kinds, sufficienl
��� nf  lumber to build good  large barn, ���
j room house and barn and large chick-
un- en house for about 260 chickens;
de-j good wed!;  near to school and tram;
ST.
Ful    ...
Of   Ile.-ii. ,
avenue .-���.   wei
$400;   balf 1
���I   Lots
i:;th Btreel
I
of 4|   ,.
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%lXv cash.
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2 HOUSES
Sapperton; i
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I am the pioneer Furniture and Mouse Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director and Embalmer, and 1 will sell you anything in my line cheap
and will give you better value than you can get in any other place
In the city.   Try me.
Wall  Papers in endless variety.    Oilcloth from 25c 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.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Xew  goods arriving daily,
i have sold the block and am still doing business in the same place
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must be taken, as Bishop Thoburn
says, as a world wide movement, not
less remarkable, perhaps, than many
of the great human events that have
gone before, and which the Bfble and
other ancient writings describe. There!
.are sufficient facts rn the surface of
events to prove 'hat Bishop Thoburn
has merely foretold that which is al-
ready apparent to students of Often-
tal  character and   life,   and   winch   is
cash, $111011 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash.
l Lot 66x132 ft., S. % "f 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash. bal. 0 months.
���4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Nos. 21, 24, 2b and
30, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six montha.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x1112 only $800, a
160 acres, less 3V_. for new railway,
Township l. Sec. 11; all bottom laud,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
lu acres under-drained, ditched all
'round and fenced around and through
centre; 6 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for ahout 300 head or
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to b tit pun baser.   One mile
from station  lew car line.
LiOt 22, block B, between Mrs.
lloffards and Thomson bouse,Carnarvon Btreel; full size $1000.
160 ACRES aboul  two miles from
Aldergrove station.   30   acres  cleared
an.l partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn
and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $1760 |
cash, balance to be arranged.
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dis
Lot 8; south Bide of tbe fiver, ne ir
bridge.    $300;  half cash.
2  LOTS, 132x132, N.-W. corner of
\ 10th Street   and   St. Vn h  ivs,   i'i iie.
$1050; half cash,
2 lots on Sth St, between 6th and
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x led;  conservato or riiee!
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for   heated by pipe ;   well; stable;|
ID bearing fruil trees; coniaj
stock ready to pi al out; liskeJ
5 acres cleared, light tim'ter]
mai ning acre; all fenced;
from school. Prici $300C; halll
bal. in 6 montbs a' 7 per cent!
7 LOTS, 120:
4  lots clean I, small 1
. house. 17.". chii fenced
price $1500,    i ;,
6 ACRES
Lot  16,  corm ;   Bl ie M
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sionaries  in  the Orient  having wide I splendid investment.
knowledge of Asia and her milMonS.   |     Lot   20,   block     B   facing    English ' K
Awakening  May  Be  Noisy. j church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon   :
"People writing on Asia have  fre-   street;   price $650.
auently spoken of the 'Awkaening of'
both, half cash, balance easy.
Block, comer of Auckland & iiiii St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
1   Lot  88x132,
$800  cash.
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WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS ELEGANT LIHRAltV INCLUDING 125 VOLUMES AND
HANDSOME CASH WILL BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN XEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST .NUMBER OE VOTES IN THE EOI_-
LOWING   MANNER :
The merchants listed below will give with each 10c cash purchase one vote.
The contest began Aug. 23rd, 1907, and will close Jan. 23rd,
1908, at 7 p. m.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store, where
voles are to he deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library is on exhibition tit W. 10. Fales' furniture store.
I).  S. Curtis  will  count the votes.
China.' When the Chinese ever awake
the noise they will make will be
heard around Ihe world. The awakening process, so-called, has occurred
in Japan first and the Japanese desire to exploit the Pacific coast and
to marry American women indicate
thnt it was a pretty thorough awakening. Rut China is not to master th?
English language, seen in many ftve
nues of Chinese life, is illustraltve of
the process of awakening, as the writers term it, now going cn in Asia. The
rutting off of (pieties, which is hemming common among the educated and
mercantile dasses of China, was undreamt of twenty years ago.
"The tide of Hindus coming to this
coast is merely a sporadic evidence of
a -!r"at change that Is now incubating
in the w'liole of the Orient."
1C0 acres less right of way about Is
acres for railway; 25 acres stumped,
15 acres roughly cleared and fenced:
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 14x2S
and loan too 10x22; barn 30x32 tin I
lean too 32x14; granary 10x10; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed 20x30; small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 05 bearing Cash $2,000, b
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price months at 7 %.
$6000; $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between  7th and 8th avenues.
Merriva
2 houses comer of Merriva! ami
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush elosets ami all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
lance in C, 12 and IS
3 LOTS,    5, 6 & T.   full
cleared, upper Bide oi rihAvenJ
! tween 1st aud 2u i Streets. PriJ
t each.
4 LOTS, 2 lota from 1st su*
I Gth Avenue on south side, No.)
37 i: 38, full size.   Price (nook
four, or $300 each;  balf cash.
Double tenement house, lti|
1st and 2nd St.; 1 lot Price)
cash half and half in 'J tuontht^
Rents for $10 each tenant.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance G months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbiook stree
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
40 acres ^ .- lon 11. N". '������<
of Tn. 2, a,x.ut :; miles (rom I
Haworth road, Surrey; hous.
l'j storey house, 3 rooms flnidl
other 3 can be addi I ui Btalria
shack; l\n acres cleared and!
of 11 of with clover, red; fairly easily 1
One mile from shingle mill,
$1,200;. terms half cash, ltala|
months at T ri.
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6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 3rd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN C, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
W.   E.   FALES
Furniture
1).   S.   CURTIS  &   CO.
Drugs
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West  End Grocery
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
THE  DAILY   NEWS  PUB. CO.
Daily  and   Weekly   News
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under new management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
���     O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,     Ice   Cream
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen. Repairing
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.  H.  Thompson, Prop.
Daily News Voting Coupon
In Library Voting Contest.
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For one year's subscription  paid in advance, $4.00,  we give
200 votes; six months, $2.00, 100 votes.
MOTHERS
often   wonder   why   the   boy or   girl
is    so     backward     at     school���and
naturally     feci    disappointed      that
the  child  is so  dull;     then,  too, the,
loved one Is subject to harsher treat- j
ment at school    because he or    she 1
seems so stupid-   It may be the fault
of the child,  or it may  he the child
bas  defective eyesight  and  is  there- I
fore   iit   a   disadvantage   because   the
sight is not normal.    What  we want
to say tn the mother is:    Send your
child to us.    We will have our optician examine ami  test the eyes to see
if the poor sight can not be improved
by the use of glasses. \Y( will be
honest with you and tbe ehihi. If
glasses are not needed, we will tell
you so. Tbe examination and testing
will not cost you a cent. We have
the 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 F. W. Heath,
graduate optician, late of Ottawa. In
all cases satisfaction guaranteed
money refunded.
House aud cottage on Columbia st',
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$3,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, V& storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres Icasn- balance easy
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller partit ;:ars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
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
00x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. l'rice $2,750.
$1,50(1 cash, balance arranged.
100 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commtir
about 70 acres, only $25 per acr,-
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nes. Sl to SO and 95, 95 faces
on Sth nventie, next to Gunns ranch,
This property is only % mile from I 4 lots cleared without a stump; email
tram  line.   Over two hundred chick- j house,   chicken    house
ens and ducks could he sold with the ] chickens; horse and ri
property at a snap.
Westerly 4. 11 of 63, Sub. Bli
132x132 corner 100 (eel BtjuarW
houses drawing $28 per ruonlh. ]
$5,COO, half cash, I alance in Ci
months.
160 S.E U of Section 2t>, ���'
lo acres,partly cleared; lrinai.il
running through; good rei.iel; oi||
north of Webster's corner;
mill and P.O. at the wesi '"'I
ber worth $7 per acn . cedar i||
4 miles from Port Haney.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash, ba!a��
ranged.
Large lot and two cottage!I
lumbia street, Sapperton. Bothr
at $10 each.
One and one-half stony
full   size  lot,  situated north tUj
Royal avenue and corner of McB
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, botl
cold  water, closet;   woodshed; f|
bearlg  fruit trees;   streets on]
sides;   fine view.    Price $'.8'
cash.
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Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
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 40, block (i, comprising some of the- finest residential
sites in the city for jale exclusively
by us.   This magnificent property is! No.   310.���9-roomed
situated on the corners of Fourth ave- j    room,  Agnes   St.
nue,    First    street    (facfog    Queen's]     balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
park-  and  Emory  street,  comprising  No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   hath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3
$500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merriv,i!e; all cleared. $1,200, $S00 cash
Acreage On Vancouver road, cornei
o! Gilley road. $225 per acre, Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, wiih bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; iJ2
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 300.���9-roomed house, with bath
zoom, corner of Cth and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms V2 cash, halance
3 and C months at 7 %.
House   and   bath
$3,000;   v.   cash,
Lot facing 2nd St., between m
175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q��
$1500 cash.   Ave.;    52x122 feet;  all cieare.1;
' alongside and  back      Price >'1
Prlce ; half cash, balance easy al " '
cash
150 acres improved land, bul!j
| and sheds complete, near Clow
! all  under cultivation, $15,008. \
\ can   handle   this, don't  delay;J
bargain; terms can be arrang
in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot fiicing Fourth avenue anl
First street, held at. $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
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House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
slreet. and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
$250; 4 inside lots $200 each. Price
|950, cash.    Single lots at cash.
Mian"
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 22; frame harn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house ancl cow
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand!
steamer lands twice a day; about 10(1
acres timber, fir and cedar, never heen
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing
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mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life-1 , t1 r Hj
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 '     ' ,,lts on Kif'h **ee-���----������� ���
per cent.
tirFor  the  above  [our propa"!
special price will be made toolie
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., betw��l|
and fith Ave.; 2 single and H
bedrooms upstairs, and ha"11
down stairs; parlor, dining room,'
chen and pantry. Full sized lot f
ning back to Ash St. Price &
$1,500 cash, balance at $5001]
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on W^'���
north side between First nnd
streets,  No. 5,  6 and  7.   P''ice
each or $1100 for the throe.
Full sized lot, north side of
llton street between Sixth and
streets; $226.
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28  acres on   Mara  roa<-.      -
$160 an acre   FOR   A  FB^
ONLY.    One-quarter casi
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. iWjJ
side of 4th avenue.   Fri^' *2W
Block 12 on 12th Bt,. eMt *J$|
Sub. 16, S. Blk. 13.
cash, balance G month
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Vancouver, Sept 27.���Mayor Keary
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1 ry  were two of hair a dozen wTtnesg-
; es iu the hearing yesterday ot the
, elispute between the Brunette Lumber
company  and  the  Vancouver, T\'est-
��� minster &. Yukon over the location of
the line in the company's yarTis.
At a recent session of the Railway
Commissioners the company applied
! to bave the line changed to another
position, claiming that the preseni
one was unsatisfactory anel even
dangerous, the  danger  arising  trom
i sparks trom the locomotives wliicii
pa.s.s ime near the mill and the lumber
The railway company, however, con-
tended thai the Brunette Lumbercom-
pany were all to late In their application i , change tiie- rov.ir, that they
bad consi nted to the plana to place
the rails we're they are now, and that
! the railway company, having now ex-
pendi i a large sum upon the spur
line, it was unfair to ask them to
change its location.
The Railway Commission rett rred
the dispute to A. .;. Beck, K.C., who
yesterday for an hour laid aside hta
duties tis registrar of the Bupreme
court to assume those of official nr-
bltrator. The evidence was of a formal character, and for a time centered   about   a   misunderstanding which
[the company alleged, and the rSRXWav
denieel.   regarding    the    negotiations
I leading to the 'present location. Mr.
Beck will send his report to Chairman
Killain of the Railway Commission In
a few days. Joseph Martin. K.C.. appeared I'm' the railway, and A. YTheal-
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ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL >14,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
|ches tb  eughout Canada and New foundland, an.l  In   London,  England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
inking  Business Transacted.
fre of Credit leaned, aTallable wlU  correapondents in all -..arts of the
Wo,-: i,
Jngs Ear< Department.     Deposits  received in sums of fl and upwards,
"ul       resl allowed at 3 per oent per annum (present rate)  added
lour times a year.
Assets   iver 1168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
D. BRYMNER. Manager
5   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
Our   r?pid   turnover   eeiables
us to keep a cen'. nual .aupply
cf  fresh goods..        Our   celebrated
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A   Poetic   Appeal.
Read these verses, read them through
They c mtain good news for you;
For they tell to one and all,
Stout, anei thin, and large and small
That the "Grill room and cafe''
In the new block o'er the way.
Will Monday night l>e opened wide.
Bring your friends and come insi:le.
Everything is new and neat,
And sweet music, wntte ..nit efct,
| Will scatter ail your care and pain���
You'll "be happy once again.
Though so long we've had to wait,
We to-night can celebrate;
Come, and say some words of cheer.
Let us know you're juad we're here.
We- will strive to serve you well.
So that you. your frtemls may tell;
"Mrs.   Cook's   cafe,  you   see,
ri the best one In B. C."
Westminster Is growing now.
'!";r..-e the Liberals must allow;
We, of course, can't be behind���
Here a rest-l >om you will find.
For the ladies, one and all,
Who at our cafe may call.
They may read, or write, and wait
For a triend who may be late.
Three years now we've been with you.
Many thanks to you are due;
For your patronage so kind.
\nel we hope you'll bear in mind.
Though we're farther up the street,
i We are glad old friends to meet,
'Bring your friends;   come every day
T.e Mrs. M. M. Cook's cafe.
House of Quality
Our newly purchased  lines of the    SMARTEST   WEARING  AP- ;b*>
PAREL.   SHIRTS,   TIES,   HATS,   AND    GENTS'   UNDERWEAR, |i
from   the   Eastern   Markets, have   now  arrived,   and are  already rix
THE TALK OF THE TOWN among the well and stylish dressed. #���
J. E. BROWN & Ca   1
p. s-
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
-UMBRELLAS CASH  CLOTHIERS
*>*4
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WHEN  YOU   BANK  WIT!
Ihi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL   ASSETS   OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay inten
ear on Savings Bunk deposits.
st four times
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
K Canadian Bank of Commerce
AND NOW
We have added complete
lines of CROCKERYWARE.
not fancy, but just, good,
strong, plain everyday ware,
the kind that won't break
when looked at.
The most careful attention
given to .phone orders, No.
276.. Prompt delivery our
motto.
Westminster Iron Works
QBNERAL MACH1NM ANU ENGINE
WOHK.
SHIP 8MITH1NG, BHUJUJU and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron WorK, tnctudlnti
Fences, Gate'. Fire Kseupos, etc.
Mall order", and correspondence lie
7ited.
JOHN REID,
BBGBIlfl BTHJUJUT.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
>ttloe 'Phone 1S5.       I.hto  pnone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly  to  inj
I Light and Heavy Hauling
laid-
UP Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER,  President. ALEX.  LAIRD,  General  Manager.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Off 1 so���Tram Depot
Mshed
^���ot-town
Sales  Notes
FARMERS' BANKING.
y afforded Farmers for   their banking business,
or taken  for collection. ���
kINQ  BY   MAIL-Deposlts   may be made or withdrawn oby mall,
accounts receive every attention.
KtW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R DAVIDSON, Man��g��.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
K Y L E J- HENLEY
AND SON
255 Front Street
Telephone 276
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office. Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
A Good One
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.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE ' and INSURANCE
r
Prunes for Preserving
400 crates; MUST be sold
Get your orders in early!
per crate   25c*   per crate
T. S. ANNANDALE <w
t������-
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS, ltd
kt '
fAGE BIGHT
THE  Di.XL?  NEWS.
Get at the Facts
B��A--e you insure Be certain you are placing your insurance with
a flood company, where your protection is guaranteed I represent
seme of the best insurance companies doing business in Canada, and
write any kind of insurance Our Fire. Life and Accident Companies
cannot be beat A call or post- card will inform you as to rates and
particulars.
SATLRD*v.SEPT,
For Btkr.f-u* WINDSOR
TABL& SALT.    Iu fine t*k-
qusltty i��  needed  in  all biscuits,
pifc ud cakes.    Never coane.
159
BRAZEN ATTEMPT
TO DISCREDIT MAYOR
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
Woman and Male Supporters
Fail in Plot to Wreck the
      Reputation of Reformer.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE   $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13,085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION  OF  LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON   AND  LANCASHIRE       12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON AND  GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not  necessary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
PAPERS
YY/E are opening M
" another ship- jt
ment of the Eaton- II
Hurlburt Papeteries ||
High class goods.       *
Portland, Sept. 27.���A sensational
attempt by a woman and two male
accomplices to discredit Dr Haro
Lane, mayi i of Portland, tonlgh, miscarried because occupants of adjoining rooms rushed out when the woman made an outcry ln the doctors offlce in tiie.- Hamilton building. The
three conspirators escaped.
The woman, who gave the name- i .
Mrs. Waymeyer, called on th*.  DM
ostensibly to enlist his aid to reg tin
her lost child.    When the mayor was
, writing a letter to give to her. she
began to scream and, seizing ths mayor, disarranged his clothing. Two
men   who   were   waiting   in   the  hall
��� broke down the door to the mayor's
office, and other tenants on the sam.?
: floor rushed in.
The woman was shrieking that the
' mayor had attempted to assault her,
but when   friends   of  Dr.   Lane  tele-
. phoned for a policeman the trio ran
away.    Mayor Lane has  made many
! enemies by his record as a reformer.
He   declares   tonight's   occurrence   a
! bold attempt to ruin his reputation.
1 J. J. MACKAY y COS
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BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
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We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
Our Spccialty���Airtights relined and repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ��� AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
ChoiceBEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
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PRIZE CUPS
AND
TR OP HIES
AT
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'���:
IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler |
_r* iT.
Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
aam��f i t ��� ��� ��� ��� ���"��� ��� ������ ^���-^������������ ��� ��� ��� ������������������ rT~Trt_TTiTtfi
150c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FR0M 8  A. M.    TO    IIP. M. A$ Usual
' features of the fair proved very Interesting.-many NewWe Uninster people taking part in the game*. The
attendance  from all  sections o! the
district  was large.
a special children's service wi.;
-, :.. icu I at st. Andrew's Presbyterian church tomorrow morning:, when
Rev. J. S. Henderson win take
bis Bubject, "A <"ill to deflate
.work." in the evening he will Bpeak
on "Safeguarding our life." Special
music at both serivces.
A bright glare in tho sky late yesterday evening In the direction of
Point Roberts clearly Indicated thai
a fire of considerable dimensions was
going e n in that vicinity. N'o particulars could be obtained.
Mr, . nd Mrs. Herbert M- Lloyd, ol
!:..��� l.' .son street, Vancouver, are
called to mourn the loss of their only
child, Helen Mosayn, who died at the
family residence on Thursday evening. The little girl, who WU about
tour years of age, was taken IH f>n
Monday last, and In spite of the efforts of the physicians, Bhe grew j:rail-1
ually worse till the end. She was a
granddaughter of Mrs. J. B, KStahedy,
of Sapjuerton. The runeral wfil take
place from th.' family residence this
afternoon at  2:2H o'clock.
C. P. R.
On Oct. 2, 3, l. Transfer will leave
Steveston at 6 a.m. instead of 7 a.m..
and will leave New- Westminster al 6
p.m. instead of 2 p.m. This to accommodate passenger traffic for the
exhibition.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
10 acres choice land partly cleared
up, and in crop; cosy 4-roomed house,
barn and sheds; only 1 1-2 mil*^
back from river; near Langley. $1500.
Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel.
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Artistic eiecorations in the windows
of Johnston's big shoe house, Columbia street, which were completed yesterday, add greatly to the appearance
I of the   seasonable   display   made   by
i this  enterprising  firm.    Maple   leafs,
I the emblem of Canada, form the bulk
' of the attractive display as a foliage
I background,   while   mirrors,   neat   advertising cards, and.  of course, footwear, complete the exhibit.
T. J. Trapp returned yesterday from
Victoria where he attended the fall
fair held by the Victoria Agricultural
association, He reports that the fair
was a good one in many respects, although some lines, especially certain
classes of stock, were short. Victoria
had hut one district exhibition (from
Chiiliwack i and live stock was also
poorly represented.
M. \v. Minthorne, customs Inspector, returned yesterday from a shofl
holiday which he had been spending
in Seattle anel Victoria. Mr. Minthorne thoroughly enjoyed his short
leave of absence. He reports building
in the burnt-out district of the capita]
city ;is progressing favorably. \ better class of houses is being put up,
and the new listrict will be a -'rear
improvement on the old one.
A.   B. Ogle,   advance  agent  of   tht
i "Thorns and  Orange  Blossoms ' company, arrived in  the city  yesterday.
; He Is enthusiastic to a degree over
.the prospects of   good  business assured  the  attraction    be    ���    ���      ���-
Mr.Oglestates that the play and play-
era are more than duplicating the tra
mendous success of last season.
The  Elite  brands    B.  C,  arid  Ol 1
Sport cigars.
The  fall   fair  held   at   Westminster,
Junction on Thursday, under the aus-
e pices   of   the  Coquitlam   Agricultural
, association, was one of the most sue-
oessful   exhibitions   ever held  fn Coquitlam.   The show of fruits and vegetables was execellent in  every res-
Itect, and credible exhibitions in gen-!
eral  produce  and  manufactured   arti- j
cles  were   made-      The   entertaining
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Real
bavmg
Whether or not a price is low
depends 'en what sort of value
you receive tor the price. On
asl we Bave you money
on everything that druggists
Bell. Oiir first aim is to supply
our trade with d";i*-n'lab|i;
��� id . 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
Chiiliwack Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
UO acres,  7') 'acres cleared and under cultivation, or  in   meadow;   the
i remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
, barn, etc.; situated -rii miles from town on first class road.   The land produced 3% tons of hay per acre this year and other crops in proportion.
THIS   SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00, Easy Terms
>��MW'*'
Have You Any Wants In
HOUSE FURNISHlNi
IF   SO  THIS  ADVERTISEMENT   18   .-.    _>Trt r
EAD||
We have doubled our stock   of   House   fri- and
better position than i ver to supply wants of the homes in gi
Comforters.  Pillow,  Lace Curtains.   Towels,     Quilts,    y
Sheetings,  etc.
r��i
inks.
ab|t Ut
Wool Blankets        Comforters
, ;. tte Blankets, best Eng-
lish and Canadian makes, per
pair  *1-25 to $3
A new lot of English, Whitney
Blankets just received, sizes
72x90 an i 80x102, i ae-h < lan-
ket whipped separately andoi
the finest quality. To Bee
them will be to appreciate the
excellent values. Prices
range from  . . . $7.50 to $11.50
Eiderd
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cove:!i.. |  .,;    -Y,'|
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Pur.   ���-������'    IN Comfort |
covering 91.75 to��9
Pure   .'.
���light    and
eachfl	
'I
Bed Pillows
Our new bed Pillows have no equal  in  town   '��� \\
showing a new lot with nice fancy strip* i ,..,,
filling of the best qualities,   each  75. tojjj
Table Linens and Napkins
We buy all our linens direct from the mann turera in IreliJ
and our new showing will satisfy th*- mosl ��� 1 ictii buyer as to qui
ity and price.
I'nblearhed Table Damask, per  vani     35c toi
Bleached   Table   Damask,   jeer yard  50c to I
Special values in  Table Sets  consisting (ef Table   Covers
Napkins to match.
White and Unbleached Sheeting
We are showing only the best   English  and   I :. riwiij
and at prices which are the lowest.   So those woh are looking fort
best wearing sheetings we would like to show a new lol of Eni
weaves which we have just received.   We have . ought theni curse!
after comparison with many other lines.    We can recommend I
as the best to be had.   Ask to see  them.    Special   prices 01 tii
lities.
Quilts of Every Description
From the smallest rrib to the largest bed quilts shown in all mw|
weights and qualities.
Special Honey Comb Quilts, each     $1.25 to l?4
Marcella and  Damask Spreads,each  $2.00 tot
Colored Bed Quilts, each    $1.00 to!
Towels--Every Kind
We have a line of  itnkisn    Towels  in   white    an!    unbleachl
which we know cannot be beat for value.    They are BO-d   lirect fid
the mill to us and such values.   We hate to place them .1 engsldi 1
of the other makes.    We are Selling them fast right new.
Turkish Towels in white or unbleached, each   10ctoJ1^
Linen Turkish Towels, the kind  that  make a joy of the bath������
heavy fellows in all stees, each -Oc to $M|
Cotton Towels, each   5c toi
Lace Curtains
We   are   showing  a   hundred
.nd .one styles In curtains.
Bolim Curtains, per pair	
   $2.00  to  $7.60
Lace Curtains, per pair	
   50c to $10
Sash  Muslins, all widths    and
descriptions, per yard   	
    10c to 50c
Madras Muslins In white and
cream widths 27 to bl inches.
per yard  20c to $1.00
Fringes to match, per yard
   5c to 25c
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THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster j
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Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT'
Flavoring
Extracts
We Are Giving $5.00 Gold for the best layer
===   Cake at the Exhibition.   ===*
A cordial invitation is extended to all   to visit our exhibit at the ��*

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