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 Lite Shiles & Co.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER,  U. C,   TUESDAY  MORNING, oCTOl'.EH ri   1907
JVhite, Shiles & Co
tentative *��^V REAL ESTATE
260ieoiumbia St. Phone 85
OCT 9.1907  ���jj "	
>0RTANT CASES ARE
NANAIMO FORMS
MORALITY REPORT
ON TRIAL AT KSBS
EXCLUSION LEAGUE      AGAIN POSTPONED
Lhet vs, Keary Postponed for Six Months���Murder Case
| Partly Heard Yesterday, Judgment Will Probably
be Given To-day���Morrison Acquitted���
Assault Case May Fall Through.
Stormy Meeting Almost Ends Aid.  Garrett Has  Peculiar
In Miniature Riot-Politics
Introduced   by  Speakers.
Plea For Not Presenting
Long Expected Document.
irtanl cases
ike up th'1
whicn
.i,,i ie
,y.-'"
_ of the judge an
., sizes which opi a-
" yesterday morn-
���     ���   ough or were ad-
1     ( latea, arid the sitt-
'  '   ., , ee oi much shorter
I ,.��� :n e,.   ��� ���   anticipated.
t .  . iit  started  by
f       l���    m iwn w. H. Keat
damaging statements,
.,..,. nt . | for bearing, war, ad-
1 |uest  nt Joseph "er
L r Coun ���! for the defendant.
].,..,.,, la . thai in' had Inti ���
ltd,I. D. Kennedy, counsel for the
Kennedy
fi in Agasslz for Harrison Mills ou
1 '-��������� ing rn Ma rii y: las . They
'������ ��� to il, rrlson to atten i a dance,
and thai was the last time be Baw
ble '-<in.
Joe Charli j gave a   leai and detail-
" I  stat< men!   of thi     cln umstances
Heading up t<   the allegi : murder, ll
stati d thai ������   lived at Harrison mil 9
ecutioii.  and  that   Mr.
.,, i io an    adjournment till
or '.'i .i date to bt;
���'ii I bad ge ii- el iwn to Agassiz on Sal
���   lay,  March  10 e.i this year iri gel
'Whisky, being unable to purchase i;
; '   Harrison,  . a i   while'    there   mei
Qeorge   Billy, G< Drge   Mack,    Daniel
Dick, Alex, ri irphy an l i thers.   They
������ on the train and went up to Kar-
After  getting off  the
train he acked George  Billy  for his
d ilmo, Oct   1    "Bi   It   resolvefl,
1 That this meeting oondi mn tht action
of tl i Dominion g  .rernmenl and TTm.
Jpmea Dunsmuh In these matters.and
���'���   ' sl  that the government   i   onos
proceedings I .  ������  t7fe Jap-
ane e i r< aty and proti cl i':-.- workers
in British Columbia fi im its disastrous effects."
The fo ��� going -��� ction oi a . ig res-
olutii :i, which m - pae ed 1 a big
ne | ty, .-. a I be mosi tangil le result of a meeting here tonighl to form
a branch of the Asiatic Exclusion
league.   J. H. Hawthornthwatfe, M. P.,
MiHei and Rev. Mr. McLeod were on
the  platform,   and   the   meeting   was I
somewhal     stormy.      Ralph    Smith   was accordingly granted longer time
The report on the conditions which
exist in the vicinity of Ramage and
MeNeeley streets, where houses of
Ill-fame me alleged to exist, which
Aid. Garretl has been promising tor
some weeks and which was to be
made ai las; evening's meeting of the
council, did not materallze. All tho
members of the council were present,
wiih iie. exception of llri Worshipthe
Mayor and Aid. Smith. Aid. Shiles
occiipieei the chair. AW, Garrett
staled that he had intended to make
his much-discussed report, but tor
reasons best known to himself he had !
decided that it, would be better to
Withhold   it   for   another   week.      He.
Hon. W. Templeman Spends  Day on  Fraser  River and
Readily   Admits   Imperative   Need   of
Dredging and  Straightening
of Channel.
"After ,i careful inspection of the
Fraser river, I can say thai, in my
day trip of inspection on the Fraser
river   which   he  undertook   yesterday
Iwn  .e.-... '.
(witness') bottle of gin. George Billy
refused, whereupon be hit Billy and
knocked him elown.   The accused got
��� up and  came  al   witness, an3  Alex,
igainsl   Norman  Mai- .Murphy interfered to stop him.   After
highwaj   robbery,   came   to   flhgting with Alex. Murphy for a time,
on acce anl of the non-atteud-. ,.hc_ ;K.cllsefl tuok up a ,,���,,,.,, 0j scant.
,,:,.    , Anderson,  ,in, nhQW six fe(1, ,ong and knocked
Alex. Murphy down with it.   Murphy
, ipnt  up and   ran. followed by the ac-
i cttsed. who caughl up with him and
hit him again on the head with the
scantling.    Murphy fell, bleeding from
a wound on  the head,  and  did  nori
| get   up   again.      Witness  then   went
taocordlng to the depositions tak-
(_���.. iwer court, was waylaid by
(tolai ami pummelled in a moat
(manner and then robbed. It
ered that Anderson
|;  ��� i! months ago, along
near the Fraser river bridge
talked considerable politics, and  Mr.
Hawthornthwaite, who followed  him.
talked more politics.   The better had
a big following in the house, and the
meeting was with him.
The   chairman.   Mayor   Planta.   re-
quested the Socialist leader to refrain
[Tom   politics,   and  the speaker  then
introduced a resolution, of which the
! above is a part,and which was passed
i before the meeting broke up.
Rev.  Mr.   Miller expressed  himself | the payment of an account o7 $150 tolas against the total exclusion ol Ori-1 fiPeclal  Policemen  during   fair week,
entals,   favoring  certain     restrictions
only. _.��**"
Several members of the committee
which was appointed at a public meeting held iu the Olivet Baptist church
some weeks ago, to press the moral
reform campaign, were present to
watch the proceedings.
The business before the souncil
last evening was entirely of a routine
nature.
Aid. Garrett, chairman of the police
committee,    reported     recommending
opinion, the rive; channel should be iu company with .1. B. Kennedy, "T.F.,
deepened, Btralghtened, and improved Robert .lardine, representing the Roy-
generally. The need of this is ap- al City mills; L. A. Lewis, represent-
parent even after only a cursory in-1 ing the Brunette saw mills Interests;
spection, but after a trip such as ll !{. .1. Hickman, Pilot Captain Rogers,
undertook today, the necessity of this , Resident Engineer Keefer, D. S. Cur-
is most striking. I am more impress- i tis, A. E, White, secretary of the
ed than ever with the claim of New board of trade, anil others interested
Westminster to a better channel in in the Improvement of the river chan-
the Fraser river, and  I  do not  won    nei.
der that the mlllowners, merchants' Leaving the city at about nine
and others interested in the river] o'clock in the morning, on board the
traffic are so insistent in their de- government boat Sampson, Tfie party
mands for the work. The only oli- spent the day visiting those sections
stacle in the way of the immediate of the river which most need atten-
realization of their hopes and desires tion in the way of dredging, etc., and
is the exjiense which such a work returned shortly before dark. A drive
would entail, but 1 sincerely hope that out to Millside, where the immense
this will be provided for. The growth plant, of the Fraser River saw mills
of the water trade of the Royal City was inspected, and a visit to the Crys-
has made a deeper and better chan- tal glass works at Sapperton, com-
nel imperative." i pleted the day's program for the min-
The Hon. W. Templeman. minister' ister, who returned to Vancouver,
of inland revenue, so expressed his greatly impressed with what he had
sentiments on his  return    from the   seen during the course of the day.
- Ige-tenders, and that   ttcro8a !() Ki]hy-:i Btorej where he re.
I;.!   mconsclous  because  of  thi-
mained   about   an   hour, after   which
PB whi.    tn   had received.    He j ���6 returned to the scene of tfie trou-
l lalcolm as the man   We nnil f<mni) ,;,,���,.,,,, m,]y lh���rfl with
his   father.   William  .lames.       They
aulted  ami  robbed him.
I..      tin   absence of Anderson.
Iwere talking of hiding the body un-
Rev. Mr. McLeod was in favor of total exclusion or none at all, Speaking
of Mr. Hawthornthwaite's motion, he
believed it should be passed. 'Everyone knew where Hon. Mr. BunsmilTr
stood on the Oriental juestion, and
the Dominion government certainly
should have foreseen what their adoption of the Japanese treaty would
lead to.
Before the meeting broke up, Secre-
, tar:-   G.Douglas Grant of the Vancou-
naimo,  but no one  was  forthcoming'adopted.
;..:;:.-..���  was presented to the ,Jor the  mill   but laU>r    deci4ea  to
Ijurj    ll is thought by the po- tbury  it  in the  sawdust.   This they
Jiat Anderson was paid to makeL-ufl. the witness assisting them.
Karce. Under cross-examination, doe ehar-
e> easi ol Kenneth Morrison,Uey sate.i that they were all pretty
kN with theft, the grand jury; ^nlnk at the time of tho trouoie. He
}���' ��� N" !ii"-" Morrison was vlmltted that he had been promised
Ptti tor trial by Magistrate ��mmuntty from punishment if be
large ot stealing rings would tell the facts as he personally
lithe   jewelry on the nineteenth   Smew them.
P'-" last, Daniel Dick corroborate.] Joe Char-
r '<������' galnsl Chaik's Stanlej ley's evidence pertaining to the burl-
lb of assault, wltb intenl to cause ai of the body ami other essential
\        ��� barm, was stood ov-   features.    He stated that he went up
I the ne.-. assizes at th^ requesi to Harrison in company with the oth-
I- '���-���     ���   the accused. "���Ragal, mr Indians and while the trouTne re-
'��� ��� ii,'.-. who waa also iferred to by Joe Charley was trans-
}'������'' "i ��� same' offence, was ipiriag he was In Kllby's store. After
J:' ������ '���   against, ii being agreed  .remaining in the store- about half an
i' ould stand over also,    ihour he went over to the sawdust pile  tllji. t ,.       ... ,;     foi. twent.
f      : " led guilty to the charge  iwhere the two accuse! men and Joe
|-     l>ut later obtained ("no per-  icharley  we're, and saw ihe body or
���   '      ���  court   to amend  his lAlex, Murphy lying on    the ground,
II ": ��� ol guilty of common as- (face downward. William James re-
[-' '���',���. acting for the de- imarked to him thai George Billy had
���       made  a   strong    appeal   to j '"over-done"  Alex.  Murphy, and that
and  Aid.   Johnston  reported  for thei
lire committee recommending the payment of $50 for special Are protection
during fair week.   Both recommendations were received and the accounts
ordered to be paid,
i	
Aid.  Garrett  reported  recommend-;
lng that the request of Mr. Cameron '. Public    Institutions    Visited
to   have   refunded    the    pound   fees |
which were  levied on his horses  by
the poundkeeper, be not granted.   He
Jtated that it would establish a prec- j
edent that would lead to many appli- I
��atlons for refunds and that the City
GRAND JURY URGES    I BANQUET WILL BE
NEED OE MORE SPACE!  TENDERED STAR TEAM
And Found In First Class
Condition.
A   recoain.eud.uion   that  steps  be
Champion Lacrosse Players
To Be Suitably Honored
On Friday Evening.
ver league, managed to get a motion i might not be financially aMe to meet   taken at a very early date to increase
passed that a league be formed in Xa- j them  all.    The recommendation  was   the   accommodatibn   for  patients   at
the Royal  Columbian    hospital    was
The New Westminster lacrosse
team will be tendered a banquet next
Friday evening in recognition ot
their splendid work during the season
who was willing to take charge of the      The following communications were   made to Mr. Justice Morrison in thej just closing.    A proposal to give the
organization, and a motion to adjourn; dealt with:
was  carried   before  any further  busi- j      Messrs.   Hutterfield   &  Mackie     ap-
ness was transacted. plied tor a renewal of their lease of
Several speakers said the exclusion water lot 56 for a term of ten years.
league was but a political 'dodge to The application was referred to the
catch votes at the Dominion election.  : finance committee for a report.
 L. McQuarrie applied for a Tease of
FROB1SHER FEARS water  lots  Nos.  6:1  and  64.    The re-
PRAIRIE FIRES: quest was turned over to l"ie ITuance
  j committee for investigation.
risher,  Sask.,   Oct.   7.���For   two       .Notice was  received from  H. Bos,',
Fo
f"   '    ise   tood over till the next   ithey
were gum.
to burv the body in
days a prairie fire bas raged south of   honorary   secretary  of  the  Union  of
milea British Columbia Municipalities, that
being illuminated by a lurid glare, the executive meeting which was lo
Reports are coming in of a Btrerfuous i>e he_d in Nanaimo this month had
efforts tn keep back the fire from j been cancelled, and that the conimit-
homesteads.in some places the flames! tee would meet in Victoria in Nov-
having reached as far as the garden j tju'asr of this year, when the munlci-
ralls. nal clauses act would be revised with
StaMes. wheal aud outhouses have  -be   assistance  of the   Attorney-Geu-
To the Honorable Mr. Justice ffioT-
rison. -��� ,
Sir: Your grand jury beg to state
that they have visited the following
public institutions viz.: the provincial
goal, the hospital for the insane and
the Royal Columbian hospital, ami
commend the high state of efficiency
in which we found them.
Those In charge courteously gave
us every opportunity for full and
complete investigation.
The   very marked  improvement   in
presentment of the grand jury which boys a "party" was made some time
inspected the public institutions of ago, and given definite form last eve-
the city yesterday afternoon. The i ning at a meeting held in P. Peebles'
presentment was as follows: office,  which was attended by  John
Reid, James Leamy, Nels Nelson, F.
J, Lynch, C. A. Welsh, P. Peebles, A.E.
Kelllngton, H. C. Major, J, J. Cambridge, W. Townsend and J. Mahony.
It was decided to hold tbe lianqueri
in Mrs. Cook's restaurant on Friday-
evening commencing at 9 o'clock. A
committee composed of John Reid, P.
Peebles, H. C. Major and J. 'Mahony
was named to carry out the arrange-^
ments.
There are few people in New "Westminster who will not be anxious  to
ft*, and ll    requesi was granted,  -the  sawdust.    William  James askod   )ieen  fleBtroyea,  but  there has  been  eral.   The document was referred to
',.
was fixed in the sum  'witness to help them bury Alex."Slur-
10 In ��� -.     ureties of $500 each,  iphy, but he refused, lend George Billy
r ��� Iven bail In the sum (William James and Joe Charley then
rihuried the body themselves, in his
convict al the pen- 'oresence, He saw the two accused
- charged with at- teen again the following .Monday and
eil een April 21 .they asked him. to say nothing to any
���I by the Jury after iperson about thetrouble, IU- later
only a few minutes, received a .ri". trom Joseph Cole and
'' ���' ��� lefence thai he had also Chief Constable Spain, to whom
from the wall to the told whal he knew ol Lhe case, af-
e for the toVSeco ��� ,��� they had promised him thai he
smuggled In to the 'woild aot be prosecuted, He wenl
while Guard Pat- 'with ihem to the placewhere tie body
Warden Bourke held (bad been buried and discovered that
removed the bricks,! ut bad been removed,
his cell with the ev. ���   George Mack also gave evidence, af-
no report of an.v loss of life.    Practi-   cne   finance   committee.
cally all of ihe inhabitants turned out        \.   _������.  Gillies,   the   gentleman   w.tb
there last night and ran a fire guard] the idea which involves the' convert-
around tbe town, while similar efforts
have been put forth along fhe line
west  of  here.
���
1 md \.
���' ���
��� gaining his noerty. iiter
I " ""' ortani    case     with #ji this morning
P 'h-
f ol n
TO
BIG WATER RECORD
GRANTED TO COMPANY
every bed occupied.
J. W. CREIGHTON. Foreman.
liberty,   ,'j.r which the case
was adjourned ltu-
will have to deal is
which has been  pro-1
l   George Rilly.   a Tlar-
'';ik'' Indian,    Billy is charged
J,'""1'1'    -    Vlexander Murphy at
IL.80" M-b mi the sixteenth 'if
ftmC 1;' ' "i'[. bis father, William
1. charged with having been
ft^on after the fact. I, is al-
t al he aided his son in burying
r,.ri'' nnd keeping the murder
P��ie knowledge
MILITARY CADET CORPS
HAS DEEN ORGANIZED
Ige of the police.
s; called nt 2, o'clock,
l,ly lir'' moon, and the lialancp
"' rno��n was taken  up  with
b the witnesses for the
itL. .       "Nl be renewed this morn-
Li,  ' '"'"'" !,,'ro''f the Hon.Chiof
1    (1 Hu
caBe
si'reln
i��*a".t<>
Ndenci
F����'n. i,
A  military  cadel   corps,  under gov-
anl control, and which wlll be af-
wilb   the   Canadian   militia,
approaching    the    finishing
organization.     For  some
that some
Fane,
""''i'.    Charles Wilson, of
PM M���" '   a!'Pear,Ug for thc crown
,nQii,v'KS'     '" '"h Ml"'Ul1 and w'��'
ev,',.',''" I,,! ""' defence.
ri"M.'   '' ""Phy, father or Alexan-
',)llv- ; '    'lead In lian.  told of
Ut- e���
r' imiis
ianure
tts
:' 'ds son with a iriowd
'.'���I'll nn
Biliated
is   now
stage's   of
time past it has been fe
such body was necessary, as many
lads who were leaving (he Boys' brig-
,,,,, aeslred to continue their military
: tiainlng .but were still too young to
he enroll,'! in the militia, After con-
Flderable correspondence With OOl.
Ftolmes, of Victoria, the arrangements
, ave been almosl completed for the
organizing of such a corps    in the
\ ,. v!ew of b- Boys' brigade is to
owning iU  tho
! me p
I   ,  ,in Friday
' :;i luding George  Billy,   regular assembly place.
A company composed of Vanoouver
men. and Known as the llrilisli Columbia Power k Electric company,
w.is granted 15,000 inches of water
by Governmenl Agent C. C. Pisher
yesterday, from the Cheakmus rive",-,
ei tributary to Sriuamish river.
Mr. Tiffin of the trim of Phillips,
Tiffin & Laursen, Vancouver. anl
Robert Bryce, of Vancouver, appeared on behall of the company and
formally applied  for the record.
A complete report on the power
project was submitted b.v the com-
piny's engineer. This document, stated that the proposed plant would
generate 20,01)0 horse power and
would supply power to any point
within a radius of seventy-five miles
of the plant, including the city of
Vancouver.
Two routes for the power line from
the plant to Vancouver, had been
located, one along the shore luM*
Howe sound a distance of sixty-one
miles and the other over the mountains and across the Second narrows
:, distance of forty-seven miles.
Tbe   plant   when     completed
,!,!. cost  in the lvoighboelhoo.'l of a
million and a Quarter dollars.
will
mg  Lytton   s.piare   ihto  a hotel   site,
wrote   from   Seattle  stating  that   he
noped  the  council  would  be    broad- 	
gauged enough to see the benefits to! 1
the city which his projeel would sure- Police Record.
ly   bring,    lie  repeated  his   proposal.     The police record for the past week
that   It'   the   city   would     temporarily shows   that   there   were  less   arrests
transfer  Lytton  square    to    him    he during  the  live   days of  tlu-   l'ruvin-
would  raise the money and build the.' clal   exhibition   than   has   ever   been
block,   and   'ehen   sell   the  building   to tlle case before during fair week. No!
the city, if the corporation so desired, only  this,  bul   the  number of arrests
The letter w.is turned over io .he for petty offences���there were no oth-
f in ance committee tor a report. ers���did not come up to the average
llis  Honor Judge Bole communieat- of an  ordinary   week.      TlDe  absence
ed With the council to the effect that from the city of the crooks who nl-
Mrs.   Kale   Moran,  of  this city,   was ways flock here when gambling is al-
einahle, because' of illness, to earn ber lowed, is the accounteil reason for the
living, and  in his opinion was a  fit absence of crime  of any kind.    The
subejet for the assistance of the cor-! police court cases  for the month of
all three of the above institutions was | publicly show their pride in the boys
most noticeable, since our lasf 4'lsit. . who keep the name of New "vTes;-
With reference to the Royal Colum-' minster before the sporting public all
blan hospital, we would urge the . over Canada, and it is anticipated that
necessity of providing at the earliest'- there will be a scramble for the one
possible date for increased capacity hundred tickets which will be offered
for reception of patients ns we found : for  sale.    Owing to  the  other (cells
upon the space in Mrs. CooTTs premises, not more than a hundred persons can be accommodated, and tickets will be sold to that number at
$2..r>0 each. The members of the committee and II. Ryall will bave the
tickets for sale.
St. Barnabas parish tea will
pla ic on  Thursday, Oct.  17.
take
poration to the extent of at least $10
a month.    The writer enclosed a cer-
tlficate  from  Dr.  Rothwell as  to  the
health of Mrs. Moran.
The matter was  turned over to the;
September were as follows: Drunkenness, 27; breach Indian Act, 8; theft,
4;   vagrancy,  ;!;   gambling,  8;  breach
streets bylaw
cense bylaw.
NEW CAR FERRY 1$ TO
DE USED ON FRASER
Benevolent society With a request that I eaoh of  housebreaking,  carrying  of-
it receive attention. j fensive weapon, keeping house of ill-
F. .1.   Hart  & Co., applied tb have; fame, frequenting house of    ill-fame.
plans of the proposed subdivision of
blocks 87, 27, 23 and the east half
of 22, lot 757, group 1, approved by
the mayor and council. The mayor
was authorized to sign the plans,
F. Gourdean, deputy minister of
marine and fisheries, wrote from Ottawa under date of October 1, slating
that Russell Smither, of this city, had
applied to the department for a wa- know if thero was nny reasons why
ter lot on the north bank of the! the application should not be acced-
North   Aim  of the  Fraser  river    In   ins to.
from eef the east half cf lot one, sub- The f'npjice rcmmiltee will fnvos'i
urban block ?. The minister wished to j gate an 1 report.
The Victoria & Sydney Railwav
company has called for tenders for
the construction of a $25,000 car ferry
barge to operate between this city
breach trades U-1 aml Victoria in place of the barge
assault, 2; anil one j Sydney, which has gPOWnoM and useless.
Plans of the proposed barge have
been submitted to local and -^*.iccU-
ver ship builders and the work of
construction will be commenced In
the near future.
The plans call for a barge 1S0 feet
long, 40 feet wide, depth 12 feet, and
dranght when loaded, 8.3. It will displace 1301 tons and will carry GOO
tons dead weight of cargo.
Three tracks will be. laid on tbe
barge of sufficient length to hold
three cars each, and the balnnce of
the room will be taken up wftS a
donkey engine and cabin room fcr the
rrew.
malicious damage to property, breach
poisons act, inmate bawdy house, and
assault on police officer, this making
a'total of ,ri9 cases dealt with by the
police magistrate. This is a decrease
of nearly one-half on the number of
cases brought Into court during the
month of August. PAGE TWO
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THE MATTER OF SELECTION
The average tailor shows a few
patterns 'at a price.    In
"Progress Braad"
Clothing
L
you have unrestricted choice of ALL that is
new and good and stylish. The most exacting man can easily be satisfied with such generous assortments as "Progress Brand" provides.
Suits and Overcoats to fit all men, and suit
all tastes.   Look for Label That Protects. 10��
H.   I_.   de BECK
"In the Bishop's Carriage."
Channing Pollock, in hi.< Iraniaf'-
tion of Miriam Utche&On'a famous
novel, "In tht Bishop's Carriage,"
which '.ill be seen at the Opera house
tonight, has relegated .In- businnesa
u tt ot h! theatrical irofesaton io
the rear bj retiring Fred Obenntdleri
,vh.. was Nance's successful suitor in
thi Look, to the rani of plaxonlc
���id vlth one eve- to Nances
barm, bul the other firmly fixed up-'
t tb�� pox office receipft. it was
I. timer, the invalid of the story, who
furnished the one episode of the
book, to whom the playwright gave
Nance in the end for a wife; to Latimer, minus his invalidism, and plus
a sudden and strong interest in crim- ���
inoly, and the result has justified his
liberty with Miss Michelson's story.
In handling the character of E'l-
ward Ramsay, the bibulous old rake,
the playwright has combined most
closely to the lxiok, and wandered farthest from it in creating for Ramsay
a daughter, who i' in love with Latimer, thus tying a couple of hard
Knots by way or complication in the
affairs of Nance. In the play T_ati-
mer has undertaken the task of reforming  Nance.
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"The Time, the Place and the Girl."
Among the attraction soon to appear at the Opera house is "The
Time, the Place and tre Girl," whose
recent success at the La Salle theatre,
Chicago, will be sufficient Introduction to the people of New Westminster, and on which the Chicago critics have stamped that long-looked for
phrase, "A Real Success." The skill
of .John i_. Young as a comedian ha3
never before been portrayed to such
great advantage as in the character
of "Happy" Johnny Hicks, a square
young gambler with a fund of soun 1
philosophy which he expresses Tn epigrammatic   slang.
"The Time, the Place and the Girl"
is not a musical comedy, but a rtiTTsi'-
play.   The piece could be played withoul   music.    Mr.Howard's pretty songs
make it  doubly attractive.    There are
a dozen musical numbers in the play.
j but  they  are  all  fitting and  descrlp-
' tive and never in the way of the .plot
! development.    Some of the song hits
- are   "Blow   the   Smoke   Away." "The
I Waning    Honeymoon."    "Don't    You
I Tell,"   and   "Thursday   Is   My   jonih
Day."
A beauty chorus of fifty, under (he
1 able  direction   of Ned   Wayburn,  assists  in  the  rendition  of the scores.
The play will be seen her" on Thursday.
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1908, at 7 p. m.
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votes are to  be deposited.
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having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
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Jeweler
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West   End  Grocery
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RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
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and interest allowed at 3 per c eet. per amviiro (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $1CS,000.000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7": 30 p. m. to 9  p.   ni.
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. Soil
'���" practlce|
1S!>1 at New Wi    mliitar, \\NL\
flees removed to C irtli block (
son   streei, opp    te  Court I
P.0 Box ie;.,        epboaeei
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Solicitor, el ., e"re.ac��ori
corner      Colun)!,: .     and    M,:K|
streets, New Westminster, \ c
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Wi.
ster Board of Trade meets iJ
Board Room, City Hall, aa toll
Second  Wednesday ol each
Quartfc.ly  meetings on the sj
Wednesday     of     February
August and November, at 81
Annual meetings on the ;|
Wednesday of February,
members may be proposed!
elected at an.v monthly or qi_ai|
meetiag.   A. E. Y\' h ���' e. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
\. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, N0.I
The regular meetings oi ':e = |
are held In Oddlellews' ha'.;, Cl
bla street, every Monday e��|
at 8 o'clock. Visiting b.-etbre_|
dialty    Invited    to    attend
Rii'limon,  N.   G.;   A    V   D   M
V. G.;  w. C. Coatham, It. S.;!
Davy, F. S.;   Alex.   Vdams
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAG)
Aerfe No. E0���Meets every Tat
evantog at 8 p. m . In the
hall,  Columbia Btrei I    F. .1.
W.  Pres.;   H.  Schofii ' i. S<-cre|
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE I
���Meetings the first and third!
day In each month. Vil
brethren cordiallj invited toad
Loflge room, A. O. U. VY. hallj
fellows' block, Clarkson strea
S. Cbrriftan, recorder; Louis |
master workman.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGEl
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B.J
Red Rose Degree meets Se'nDl
Fourth Wednesday of each ml
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia SI
�� p. m., White Rose Degree, Fj
Wednesday in each month,!
time and place. Visiting Bretl
cordially invited. E. B. sf
cetttbe, Pres.. H. DIsnev, Secra
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099,
���Meets the Fourth Friday i~\
month  at  8  o'clock, In the
hall,  Oddfellows'   block,    yjl
Dieihren are cordially Invited!
tend.    JT.  B.  Rushton, C. K.;
Maxwell, R. S.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
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TOTAL ASSETS OVER   45,000,000
GOURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.]
A. 0. F.���The regular mee''"
this Lodge are held on tas��
and Fourth Tuesdays of eacnj��
at 8 p. m. In the OddfelwjL
Visiting Brethren '
vJted to attend. E. <
V, P. Maxwell, Sec.
:ordWJ
Firth, Cl
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS OF
PERANCE   meet   ��'"
It
JU    OeleltVil
eet. vis|
Invited 1
N. R Bf
We welcome small acciunts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
at Si o'clock p. Dl..
Hall, Columbia sl
Brethren are cordial
tend, Ceo. Burr, S. C
Sec.
SUN, UF oCOTLAND bENEF I
SOCIATION, LORD OFTHB'J
CAMP, 191.-Meets on ttoWJ
ofevery Bl
John   McN|
Third Tuesday
K.   of   P. Hall.
ltec.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. B.  WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
A GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed  or taken  for collection.
BANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON  Manamr     "
OPEN'   SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7.110   TO 9 P.M. "
Chief; J. J. Forrester
FIRE ALA....l  aOXfiS
Following is the location ani
ber of the lire alarm boxes In
' 6���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and BigW ���
9���Fifth avenue and Twelt ���
12���St.  Mary's Hospital,
13���Second and Park Roff-
14-Col.inibia and  l'"11'1'1'"1
15���Sapperton. $
23���Queen's  avenue and
24-^o-d avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and I'����
I    V illll"'
26���Fifth avenue and iw��
27���Third avenue and 'l��n
S2���Agnes and Sixth.
34-Schaake Machine Wor*'
86-Columbia and llcKen*
36-C.P.R.  Station. .
42-Small and Buckland ��' J OCT. 8. 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
MEN'S
Umbrellas
CROWDS HUNT FOR
CHILD WHO WAS LOST
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Little Girl Wandered Away
And Was Not Discovered
Until   Morning   Dawned.
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Vancouver, Oct. 7.���Residents of
th. southern portion of Mount 1'leas-
ani turned out en m.isse last night on
I a c iiiId  bum.    A  little tot two and u
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I disappeared about r_ o'clock Sunday
evening. Fully 200 people; wTui lanterns scoured the woods in the., vicinity durin gthe night, bin nu trace ot
llm child was found until 7 o'clock
thia morning, when sbe was discovered near the monastery in Fairview.
During tii��- afternoon tin' parents,
wi:b their children, had been to Stan-
ley park and returned to their home
nn Sixteenth avenue about I o'clock.
The mother bail occasion  to give'
j particular attention to a younger child
when  iiie^    Utile    girl    disappeared.
I Thinking she was playing, as usual,
witu some of the neighbors' children,
'. little' attention  was paid.    But  when
i Inquiry was made and she was not
to lee, found nearby, the neighbors
were  aroused eand  by   9  o'clock   the
j wceeeis iii the neighborhood were alive
wiih   lanterns.    Every nook and  cor-1
��� tier, swamps, ditches or any place in- !
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GATHER TROPHIES.
Lacrosse  Cups,  Shields.   Medals,   Etc.,
to   Be  Grouped   in   Library.
At. a meeting of the executive of the
Xew Westminster lacrosse club held
last evening in H. Ryall's office, W.
R. Payne was authorized to ctill on
the various parties in the city k'nbwn I
to have in their possession trophies
belonging to the New Westminster lacrosse club and gather the properties
together with the object of placing
them in a glass case at the Carnegie
library for public inspection. The
trophies, which consist of medals,
cups, pictures, shields, etc., will be
arrayed on a table in Mrs. CooK's restaurant during the banquet which will
be tendered the lacrosse team next
Friday evening. Other minor business
incidental to thc closing of the 1907
lacrosse season was  transacted.
BEST
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Creamery
Three Pounds for
$1.00 j
(choicest of all butters.)
Only $1.10 per sack
B. C. Granulated
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and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
Wrile for prices. ���:��� ���:- _:*
Corrugated Iron always on hand and price right.
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Meals   served   at  all   hours.
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Saturday, October 12
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Mounting
John Cooper
Large Game
Heads
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
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A SPECIALTY
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||n Richani  Carle's Greatest Musical;
Show
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75 People 75 People
A Girly Whirl of Music
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See the   Famous   Peanut   Ballet and
Blue Ribbon Chorus
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reserved at Ryall's.
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are right.
ADAMS y DEANS
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
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Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
begs tn remind his old patrons
as well us prospective customers,   that   new   style   of    eyeglasses   are    constantly   being
added   to  his  large    stock    of
optical  goods.     He   wishes  all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings St.      VANCOUVER
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The Home of Plenty
255 Front Street
Telephone 276
AU orders carefully made
Up  ami   dispatched  to  all  parts  of
the city.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doors  from   Cto. Adams, Crocar
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
race, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic ExDedltlon   All warranted.
Chains, Kings, Jewelry, etc, etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason-
e able
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
i PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESD*Y, OCT
Visitors to the Exhibitson are invited
to come to Vancouver City and get
a list of City Business or Residential
properties and acreage.   :   :   :   :   :
I JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
|  Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
;-_.:_i:i_i:i_i:2.i:��:.i-:-^
i
THE DAILY NEv^S
Published by the Daily News Pub-
atiing   Company   Limited,   at   their
JHces,   corner   of   Sixth  and   Front
streets, New Westminster. B. C.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
TUESDAY, OCT. 8, 1907.
THE ACTUAL POSITION.
As some of tiif McBrlde organs,
probably affected by the spirit of
"Exhibition" in the air, have been
making exhibitions of their crawling
subserviency to the government by
endeavoring to excuse the conduct Of
Premier .McBride in killing the
Bowser bill, it may be well to put the
actueil situation plainly before our
readers.
For the purpose of putting the case
clearly, we write as if the Bowser
bill h;ul been correctly drawn, ami.
for the same purpose we accept as
exact Mr. McBride's statement that
tiie withholding of assent was the
Lieut.-Governor's action anil was by
him insisted on against the premier's
advice.
The situation, then, is this:  A bill,
introduced b.v a private member, who
has since become   a  member   of the
Government, was passed by the unanimous  voice  of  the   Legislature.    The
Government is, of course, responsible
for every bill which passes the House
no  matter by  whom  introduced,  and
it was peculiarly responsible for this
one  lecause it  embodied  an  important principle affecting the whole province.   The organs now say that it was
useless   to   pass  the   bill,   as   similar
acts had been disallowed by Ottawa;
but that Is, in the flrst place, a misstatement In part, and In the second
place a most wretched begging of the
question.    The  prime object in passing  the  bill  was  to  enter a  protest
against the condition of our Immigration   acts  and   regulations   which  allows   the  free  entry  ot'  coolie   labor,
and   that   object   has   beeu   frustrated
by   the  action   (or omission)   of  the
; rentier, ley which he practically told
.Ottawa that    there    was a party in
.British Columbia in favor of the admission  of   cooli.'   labor,   which   was
strong enough lo_ gustftjl} him in turning j'-ritt the unanimous action of the
'*ri**.laiuiv.    There  was  a secondary
r._iject. Had the bill (correctly drawn)
been assented to it  would have gone
Into   force   immediately,   and   during
the   time   which   musi   have  ..lapsed
(some  months   in   former  cases)   before its disallowance was proclaimed,
no coolies could  have  landed  in  the
country.
Now take Mr. MeBi'id i'a position.
Supported by a strong majority in 1
Hous." fresh Prom the country, ba
had. politically speaking, everything!
to gain and nothing to lose by loin '
his duty;   V. hy did he not do it?
Consider   the   position.      _ui\   McBride has told us thai the governor's
refusal was communicated to him before he left for London, weeks before
prorogation.    Assent to the bill could
have been demanded then and there.
(hi   its   re fusal.   Mr.   McBride   should
have  resigned.      Now,   "The   Kings
governmenl must be carried ou." The
governor would have been obliged to
call upon someone to  form  a ministry.    Upon  whom could  he have call-
id.'     No   sane   man   would   have   accepted   the   commission.    To   do   so
would  have been to commit poltrical
suicide.     The   governor  would   have
been  compelled  either  to  recall  Mr.
McBride and  assent  to the bill, or to
resign   his office,   and   if  he  had   resigned his successor's  first act  must 11
have been to recall Mr. McBrlde and
assent  to the  bill.    All  that is per-
rectly   clear.     Suppose,   however,  Tor
the sake of argument that some one
bad   accepted the   premiership.     Unless that person had been one of Mr.
McBride's colleagues in the ministry,
it would have teen necessary Tor him
to   seek  re-election,   and  what    constituency   would  re-elect   Its   present
member  on  a  platform  of  "free  ad-''
mission of coolie labor?"   AnT Tf ana
of the ministers line" been  willing to
take  the   premiership,     what ""Would
have   happened  to   him   in   a   Hous<*
(and the House was in session) which
he r,oatj?d and defied by bis acl ion?
The fact of the matter is lhat  Mr.
McBride's explanation is an Insult to
the intelligence of the country. The
situation which it implies is sinipiy
unthinkable. The constitution of the
country, as interpreted by the highest legal authorities, makes our legislature, with regard to matters which
are within its i>owers, as supreme as
the Imperial parliament itself. Now,
If Mr. McBride is right, it tolfows
that a Lieutenant-Governor may, of
his own individual will and pleasure
either override the authority of the
legislature and thereby proclaim himself an autocrat, absolute as the Czar
of Russia: or determine that any given act of the legislature is beyond
its powers, thereby usurping the power of the judicial committee of tho
privy council. That of course is absurd. To admit it, is to turn responsible' government into a farce.
We come back, then, to the question, why did not Mr. McBride do his
duty by insisting that the bill passed
by the unanimous vote of the legislature should  become law?
Accepting his own statement of the
case, as we are accepting it so far,
there can be but one answer, and
that is that he did not dare to offend
the people who are in favor of cheap
labor, and he trusts to the chapter of
accidents and his own large powers
of "bluff" to escape being called to
account by the people when the next
election   comes  around.
And that is the real reason of his
action, although we are satisfied that
his action was not what he tells us
it was. We do not for a moment believe that the governor Insisted or
would have insisted on refusing assent to the bill against Mr. McBnel ���'-.-���
advice'.    Most   people  will   refflBfiioer
, the way in which be shuffled Cn to
the  shoulders   of   a   former  governor
; his responsibility in tbe Houston mat-
I ier.    He is playing the same cov
: ly trick in this case. The fact is that
Mr. McBride aud his governmenl are
pup] ets in the hands of certain pow-
, rful interests. THo constitution is
nothing to them, nor the reputation
eet the province, nor their own name
j and record as statesmen and administrators, so long as they can Hold ou
i to power, and thereby retain the abil-
, ity  io serve their  masters.    iToTTl  on
| to  power they  must, of course.    Out
j of   power   their   usefulness    to   theii*
j owners would be gone and they would
| probably be thrown on the scrap heap;
and so far as the things necessary to
neep themselves in power are con- ___ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
cerned they probably have a free | like fee to an Optician tor glasses,
hand; but aside from that their bus- [ Dr. Hatherly, our optici.eti and Doctor
iness is just to dance as the strings : of Ophthalmology, does the work of
are pulled, like any other set ofmar-! both charging only for the glasses,
ionettes.
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia Street, Next Tram Office
���K^Why  Pay a  Doctor of Ophthal-
QP"mology   $5  to   $10    unl   another
Sells  Queen's   Diadem.
Brusels, Oct. 7.���An auctioneer has
been commissioned to sell the linens,
jewels,  souvenirs,  etc.,   belonging  to!
the  late Queen of Belgium,  the  pro-,
ceeds   to  be   devoted   to   pay fug   tin'1
debts of her daughter, Princess l_/>u-
ise.    Among the objects  thus  to be
sold  is  a  diadem  presented  to  the
queen   by  the   people  of  Belgium   on
the  occasion   of   her  silver   wedding
anniversary.   The diadem coJt $30,000 |
We Eat to Live
But at the same time It is necessary to know what we are eating.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Streel
Por QUALIT
i'e:.- rich river
acrei ������ iutt
the Delta  land cannot  be beaten-   One acre of
iKittom land will produce as much    as    time
gravel land. B	
Here is a piece of choice laml at a bargain
8 acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture,   a mi     .
this city, on the dyke road, 2"0 yards from Sun .,.��� . af.
and boat landing, V. mile from school, has a  Bve-roon   hm
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 v,,w    ;i      ;   >,.
good waterfrontage with wharf building,    boai   i
young fruit trees, a good  range all conn, ecte.i.
Price  .   -   $2250
$12.r)0  cash,  balance   in  oue  year
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERt]
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER  B C
Phone  335 P.O.Box
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AtKENNY'S Cafe: Fence Advertising
You   can   rely   upon    GETTING     i-p/vi��   Rpol   Ti^cfarp
THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.     'iUi    -L^^al   -L^OLCtLC
= jMen
By our Special
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B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C
H STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
\We have  the   only   Lithographic Machine" in B.C.
For Two Weeks
160 acres of land on the Scott road, near
this city; $30 per acre. You 'can buy a
part of this on good terms."
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The Royal City Sigaif P.  PEEBLES
Works
30 SIXTH  STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phone 3071
��� 27�� Columbia St.   	
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Johnston
Shoe House
PRINTINi
Have ion: printing done Ic
town l.v the i : -
lii.sh grade prln
Jackson & Morriso|
DAILY N'EWS   ILCClt
LIMITED-
You will find here the largest
stock of Shoes in this city
We operate two of the largest retail shoe stores in
British Columbia. We buy for Cash, therefore are
in a position to undersell any other shoe dealer in this
city. We can save you 10 to 20 per cent, on your
shoe bill. Why pay more to others? We invite all
visitors to our store this week. No finer goods can be
bought than are right here. Whether it is a Dress
Shoe or a Working Man's Shoe _we have them. Pay
us a visit.
Johnston's Big Shoe House
YOU   REQUIRE
NEW SUI
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWAR'i
Next door Hotel Aster
V A N C O U V E R
Look Ui
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THE
Royal City Cleai
ing, Dyeing ano
Pressing Works
367   Columbia  S|
iOPP. PMMIEK HOTEL      l'hnne_��27l
OOKSLETS
c
Well Km "'i
Souvenir
POST CARD1
of New Westminster
and rtri'1"
The Sign of the Big Electric Shoe, Columbia St.
I On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore    *ni
at  Gamon's  Cigar  Divan
: i-rAilvertise the town  ��'.��� live '
mailing Picture
friends.
PO,t c.rM l�� >'��'
ADVERTISE IN THE y^
OCT. 8, 1907.
THE   DAILT   KEWS.
PAGE rTTK
T.M. SMITH
T. M. SMITH
The Cash Stores
K Great Plenty
HERE
The Exhibition brought thousands to the City, and
every day from the stroke of eight o'clock our staff
was taxed to serve them properly. It was record
business for this progressive store. There is plenty
left and more coming every day.
Blankets Direct from
the Mill
Never sold so many blankets, and you
never saw such big piles or such excellent values, worthy goods, mind
you, for this Store shuns trash and
shoddy.
75 pair largest double bed size white
cotton finished blankets with blue or
. borders, finished both ends.
They are a Canadian Mills "seconds"
although the maker is the only one
who could find an imperfection and
we are selling them Monday at $1.45
Hudson's Bay 3 point Blankets $5.25
Colors, red, brown, and navy.
&idson's Bay 4 point or eleven and
one-half pound, $7.25.
Colors, red, green and brown.
White Wool Blahke'es,  size 60 by SO,
lovelj soft and and lofty finish, sei!-
ere at $3.45; larger sizes goal
$4.45, $5.00, and $6.00
Girls   Coats (rom
Germany
Never had such a wide range to offer
and such pretty new styles as low as
$1.95, $2.50, $4.00 and up to $6.00 or
$7.00, you must come, and when you
come bring the girls.
Fine Dress Skirts
Ever see our skirt stock? We are
counted top notchers in this ready-to
wear business and our skirts are the
leading feature.
Girls Skirts, of light and mixed
Tweeds plain and check or shadow
plaids. All wool Venetians in red,
navy, brown or black, pleated in
many ways and all new nobby styles
$2.50 to $5.00.
ii
Featker Pill
ows
very large and soft,    worth $2.00 pr.
Cash Store Special, pair $1.15.
A $2 White Quilt 72x90
at $1.35
only LOO to sell at this and we'll show
them early in the day so be on hand
Monday.
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Sample Linen Tapestry and
V-nenille Vable Covers
One third off regular.
Women's Skirts
While' We sell many tweeds for hard
service Plain cloths predominate in
Venetians/ Panamas and broadcloths
and the fin,"* dress skirts iri blue and
Mark -ire sho'wn in ^ olles and Royal
"Seta dots.    There U an immese
range in every
���ue.
O.S. Women > Skirts
At $5.00 to $15.00
Bands from 30 to 38 in. and tl. 'ouuh
containing more material than   0U1
regular lines are nicely trimmed a. ���
as carefully tailored and the   price
moderate.
CITY NEWS
.1. \v. Kviins, who produced "Cupid      The  marriage of .1   Qalbrafth and      returned to News office.
in Posterland," in Nanaiino lastweek,
i will put on "A Trip Through ftapp
land" in Victoria shortly.
Money to 'oan on approved security,
i White, Sh!; ; & Co., city.
The regular meetftog of Amity Todge
No   21. 1. O. O. K.. was helel last even-
1 Ing in the Oddfellows' hall.    Several
visitors   were   entertained    after   thfl
oompletiou Of the regular business.
Mr. anil Mrs. Clifford Lord are
camping near Siw:ish point, along the
lower end of Pitt lake, and are re-
ported to he' having a pleasant outing. They have been there a wees,
and expect to remain    two    weeks
lonKer.
Sapperton    Specials.      2    G-roome 1
i houses, newly painteei and renovated
�����:hout, $ir>o<> each,  Keary street
���tibia.     New  7-roonieel  mod-
Condensed
Advertisements
found -Black    puppy,    applj     ">'.<2
i".- son il reel
LOST--Hrown billies fnr.    Reward U
Miss J.  l_*.war, both of this City, WM 	
solemnised yesterdaj evening by the wanted���_.50 flr
Itev.   H.  YV.  Praser,  ut   bis  residence,       o  Hox 204, city.
imi  Cordova  Btreel  eaat, Vancouver.  ,	
piles    Apply    P.
inrois,
near C'oii.
em house neat  BruMtti       -
Kasy terms. White &
umbia street, cits',
Shiles, 280 Col
Tbe newi.. wedded couple lefi on the
nighl boat for Vieforia. wbere :i short
honeymoon will be spent "Hie even!
had been kepi a secret from th>
friends ot the contracting parties,
very tew being aware that the nun-
j tials  were to be celebrated    yester-
: day.
lb  acres   best  of  fruit  laml.   abler
j  bottom,   easily   cleared,     soil   choice
: loam, only one mile trom steamboat i
, landing, Mount Lehman: only |15 pe.
acre    Abbot.  \- Hyde, next Guichon'
1 hotel. ���**
The tuneral of the late' liowani B! ,
j mund Cochrw took place An Satut
��� day afternoon from the family resid-
i ence, 113 Eighth street.   The Etev.Dr,
, Rugg,  of the Olivet   Hap.lsi   church, i
I conducted the services al  the house
��� 'jml also at the graveside.   The pall-
wanted���Sewing by experienced
dressmaker. Please call 11 -1-
Etoyal avenue, corner Mclnnis St.
lost���Black leatiier wallel containing large sum of ntOUS) in bills,
cheques ��ud papers. Return to R.
0, Purdy, Oolumbta street.  Reward.
We supply help of all kinds, no charge
'   telephone  3329,   Canadian   pacific
Employment  agency,   506   Cordova
street W-, Vancouver, B- C
LOST- -A  gold  filled  watch,
r.t_gTTsh
case,   tinder  kindly   f&lurn
to    T.
Gilford's  jewelry  store an!
obtain
reward-
ben ri'
\V. Fisher,  N:   MiePhet
Mr, MdMlllan has been" WPolnted ��<>i.. li. ll. Lennie, .1. 6. Rolstoif E-
to a position on the are brigade, tuU' '''��� Rolston and H. Buckley. Many
lng up bis duties al No. 2 hall." Tfcd] bSStttiful floral  tributes were  placed
Remember, Si|iiiroll do** the neatest an.l cheapest work In the rubber
Stamp business, also manufacturer ot
Uncle nm Oil,
JOHN SIPPRELL.
116 Second Stre,*,- J*ew Westminster
oil the coffin b\ sympathizing New
Westminster friend*, while trlWtes
were also received from North-TJeiH,
where he resided previous to coming
to this city. --h. .
The rase of Walter Rottrke vs.  the
city of Vancouver  will   probably   he
dropped   within   the     nexl   few   days, j
Bourke. who is an officer on the New
Westminster   city   police   force,    wns
arrested in Vancouver a tew days ago
bv   Detective   Waddell    anil   another
tomorrow   limb of the law without apparent reason and detained for some time in thei
police station.    N'o charge  was preferred against  hfm,  and    he was  al-
loweel to go ;efte>r heing in the station!
The Hon. Chief Justice Hunter will   about   an  hour.    An action  was then;
arrive this morning trom Victoria to   entered   by Bourke,  bul   Tor   private
hear the balance of the aslze court   reasons it ri not likely that the mat-
cases,   in  place  of   Mr.   Justice   Mor-   ter will be pressed, although there is
rison, who Is otherwise engaged.   Jus-   a possibility that the police commis-1
tice  Morrison heard the cases which   sioners  of  Vancouver  will   de-.il   with |
were dealt with yesterday. the matter in camera.
The 11. C. Cigar touches the spot.
vaOftttey caused ��1   No. l hall by the
retlrefliehl of Archie McNaughtoh hasl
been Qlle\J fry Martin Dewcett, late of
the upl ill .rimion.
i    Ladies'  hainlfussing  parlor*,   over
Vv'elsh's store; eiit.ranr-e on Kth >S1. **
The Fraternal Order of Forrester*,
will take charge of the burial of the1
late Mr. Deyette, who expired In one
of the city hospitals on Sunday afternoon. The funeral will likely take
place this afternoon
morning.
For all kinds of cut riowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal delusively ln timber. Have large and sT"^11
tracts on water. If you wish tc
buy or sell, see .me. 'V. R. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
15
TO THE DOZEN
Real Pictures
Present this Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit :
ROYAL STUDIO
Under new management, Cunningham
Block.
Underwear Stock Complete
Puritan Brand, Zenith Brand, Penman's Natural Weol.
All lines represented in both Women's and Children's
Make your selection early..
Mrs.  .1. H.  Jeuson.  of.  Lulu  islaml.
called al the provincial police office
L|a^erdaj ntie ,1101.11 and registered a
I compl iinl against several Siwashes
| whom she claims burned as much as
i ri: worth of her husband's lumber. She
ask -el for poi ice to prosecute the ln-
i dians,
The members of the New Westminster lacrosse club Will leave on Bat-
urdaj nexl tor a week's holidays al
Boundary bay. Tbey will take gun.-
and dogs along, and spend the time
hunting game and otherwise' amUSfng
themselves. The parti will be aboui
eighteen  strong.
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T- navies &
Son, B. 208.
The recorded births In this city
and district for the quarter just
closed exceeded the recorded deaths
by eleven, Marriages were about an
average number, Following are the
figures: Births 80, marriages*] anl
deaths 69, all tor the months of July.
August and  September.
iu acres choice laud partly cleared
up, and in crop; cosy -l-rooined house,
barn and sheds; only l 1-2 miles
back trom river; near Langley. J1600.
Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon hotel.
New Westminster, B, ri.
Th,. Interior of the police station is
I rapidly lining up with an assortmenl
, nf mislaid articles, picked up by the
officers and  others   during the pasl
i few days.   Claimants are wanted tor
: a  titan's  leather  belt, a  lady's  brown
chatelaine',  a  lady's black handbag, a
I child'.,  toque,  a  child's  fur  coat, and
Ij an assort tnen-  of picture post  card-.
' The funeral Of the late Murdoch
"toss, who expired late Friday even-
- at the Cosmopolitan hotel. tool��
in!'��� > yets srday afternoon, the body
1)lnc' Interred In the Oddfellows'
beolng , TUe b0(lv was f0nowed to
cemeter. ^ .,Uk,(, by B (ew inn-
its last t
mate frlem
had known h
'ey, dentist,  Crescent
Dr.  T. H.  Le,      ,imbu 8treet,
club building. Col
f the Royal Teni-
AU the members o       ,0l1(;e are  par.
plars  of Temperance       .rk for a good
ticularly requested to w^      ,^   When .T.
house for Wednesday nit     ^eleufaled
B.  Carnegie  will  give  his        >compan-
tecluve on ' In His Steps," at     ',     <j-jle
ied by beautiful lantern slide.       cturc
-.  i OldfellowK' hall, in which thei It       tne
I | will  take place, will be open to       ...
Tickets: Adults   '&     '
Proceeds   equall'ri'   <*1'
vi:!ed   between    Mr.  Carnegie  ai id *il
an 11
Hides Wanted
At the
fraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paia
Advertising Cuts
of every description, for any
purpose. Designs and Estimates free.
Chas.   H.    Ravvson
Room 4,  165 Cordova' Street W.,
VANCOUVER.   B.   C
Also orders taken for Printing.
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FOR
FURNITURE!
Carpets,   Linoleums,   Oilcloths. Window Shades, Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts,    Lace  Curtains,  Portiers,   Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Sheets,   Pillow   Cases, Blankets.     Etc-
It will  pay you to try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
TEL.   73
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMINSTER. B.C.
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[just a few
^^^^^^^k
's   of the   deceaseil,   who
'm for many years.
the kinds of insurance  I write:
WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION
EMPLOYER'S LIABILITY
PLATE GLASS
ALL ILLNESS /
AUTOMOBILE
ENDOWMENT
LIVE  STOCK I
GUARANTEE
PERSONAL
ACCIDENT
JUVENILE
FIDELITY
ANNUITY
DISEASE
MARINE
SURETY
LIFE
FIRE
ETC.
ETC.
And mv rates are always the best.
If you want any kind of Insurance
let me quote you a rate, Ph me,
call or write.
| I public at s.::o.
! ;  rliifttnm;   loc.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
r-ioiii  te th"  now    Royal ColumV   ';1
hii.'.pitnl. to. bs t'jJuUhed by the lod S PAGE SEC
THE DAILY XEWS.
TUESDAY, oc��
"07.
The
fodison
ono
graph
Realism
THE BAND
The boy is right in his surmise,
although his method is more
forcible than reasonable.
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
Every Record means an extra selection by tbe band,
We bave 3000 Records for you to
choose from.     See our exhibit
at the fair.
J. H. TODD
New \Vestmmsters Music House
ji a. & i society   McQUARRIE   &   CO,
j Off KM LLlCTlD Reaj Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agent8
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How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Calle Icing
i      Chocolate, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange.
j]      Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PDRE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
���'���'���*
A Good One
House on 7th Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.    Price $1800,  favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
Most Of This Year's Directors Called Back To
Office For 1908.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST.    Phone 333 PRONT ST
At ila- annuel! meeting of the It. A.
& l. Boelety on Frlda yevening, the
election of officers, board of control,
and directors tor the ensuing twelve
montha was proceeded with, ifily a
tew changes were introduced, most of
the 1907 directors being re-elected,
The honorary president, pres7denl and
manager and secretary were afi re-
.>(���:..!. There w;.s no change In the
board of control. The complete lisl
of officers Is ei* follows:
Hon.   Peesedent.
Hon.  H. (J, Tatlow,  Victoria.
President.
T. .1. Trapp, N'i w Westminster,
Vice-Presidents.
I), li. Ker, Victoria; A, C. Well*
Chiiliwack; T, u. Speers, Kelowna;
\v. n. Ladner, Ladner; W. W. Shaw,
Kamloops; A. ii. B. MacGowan, M.
P.P.,  Vancouver,
Hon.   Treasurer.
(b D, Brymner, New Westminster,
Manager and Secretary.
W. H. Keary, New Westminster,
Board   of  Control.
T. ... Trapp, presldenl; G. l>. Brymner, treasurer; W. H. Keary, manager
ami   secretary;   with   Messrs.  W.   It.
Gilley. C. A. Welsh and L. A, Lewis.
Directors.
Xew Westminster���Aid. lardine,
Aid. Johnston. Aid, Garrett, 3TSss 6,
H. Ryall, E. .1. Wheelan, Arthur Ma-
Pins. John Reid, C. C. Fisher. W. R,
Gilley, W. J. Mathers, S. G. Tiely. W.
A. n. Jones. Thomas Gifford. M.P.P.
John Peck. \Y. E. Vanstone. J. Relc'i-
enbach, Nels Nelson, J, B. Kennedy,
M.?.. J. D. Taylor. R. .lardine. T. J.
Armstrong, Louis Williams. f\ p.
Lyle, J. H. Vidfll, Rev. fl S. Hender-
sim. and A. Hardman.
Vancouver���Messrs. R. G. McPherson, M.P.; R. F. Anderson, W. C. Xichol, F. C. Cotton, F. R. Stewart, R.
Marpole, H. T. Lockyer, John Kennedy, T. Cunningham, W. BraTd, F. T.
Schooley. J. T. Wilkinson, L. Ij. Taylor. Oscar Brown, Charles Woodward,
R. H. Sperling and Maxwell Smith.
Victoria���Senator Riley, W. J. Taylor, A. C, Flummerfclt. W. J. Mc-
Keon, F. M. Logan, Dr. Tolmie, W. 3.
Pendray and R. M. Palmer.
Aggassiz���T.  A.   Sharpe.
Aldergrove���R. K. Xichol.
Armstrong���Donald Matheson. F.<2.
Wolfenden, D. Graham, Mr. Burna.
Ashcroft���P. Parke, John Shields,
C. A. Semlin, J. B. Leighton.
Atlin���Dr. H. E, Young, M.P.P.,
Charles   Bourne.
Buinaby���J. de C. Wetherell. B.
Stride.
Calgary���J.   A.   Turner.
Central Park���J. W. Weart.
Chemainus���R, B. Barkley, H. Bonsall.
Chiiliwack���George Knight, C. W.
Munro, M.P.P., Joseph Thompson, J.
Ii. Wilkinson, H. Webb, J. T. Maynard.
Clinton���M. Eagleson, M.P.P.. John
McGilllvray.
(Continued on Pige Seven.)
SYNOPSIS   OF   CA,M',DIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded bv any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over lb years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
1C0 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tbe local land office for the district in
which tbe laud is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homestead
er resides upon a farm in the viciuit)
o' the land entered for, Uie requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the
father or mother.
(3) If the settler bas his permanent residence upon farming land owned b.v him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at |10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
can be acquired by one Individual or
company. Royalty At the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. P ���Unauthorized publication of
���his advertisement will not be paid
for.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
0 room house on Hamilton Street,
all modern improvements- One lol
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
S room house, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. |1000 cash,
balance tm time.
;ri acres lauu next to Royal <>,ii<
, hotel, has been culUvated, not a
Btump on it. now in grass, 28 bearing trull trees, all kinds, sufficienl
lumber to build gooel large ieatu. 5
room house and barn and large chick-
e :i   bouse   tor  aboul     250  chickens;
i i well; near to school and tram;
! all IVuceJ.   Price $3500.. Terms $1500
��� cash, $lo0i�� in April and $1000 April
:   lowing, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66x182 ft., S. ft of 8, lane at
bai k, 3rd ami Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half eash, bal. 6 months.
4 lots between Fourth avenue and
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Xos. 21, 21, 25 and
; 80, close to new tram line extension.
$1200, half cash, half six months,
Block corner of Fourth aven ee anel
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $S00, ae
splendid investment.
Lot  2d,   block    B   facing    English
! church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon >
\ street;  price $650.
I    160 icies less right of way about S '���
'acres for railway;  2-j acres stumped,
jiu acres roughly cleared and fenqgd-;
1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, jeah loo 14x28 j
and lean too 10x22;   barn 30x32 an 1
PricJ
lt',0 acres, less 3ft for new railway, Full sized Lol , ,                      .
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, of  Regina  St.,                    .   '   "\
under grass, suitable for dairy farm; avenues,  west Bide e     Ith St "
in   acres under-drained,    ditched   all $400;   half cash
round and fenced around and through ,   L(|ts    88x]..���
centre;   6 room house;   barn 40x75, 13th gtreee  |120Q                   J
sufficienl feed for about 300 head of	
Btock.    Price $8000;   terms one-third 2 HOUSES   on                ,,. g
cash, bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile 8apperJon; 6 room  i
tar line.
'���''��� wool
*"*'' aU(l  I room ..,.'
shed.    $1000 each. ^ J
ance easv. '
77.58 ACRES,  blacl       ,��� iand
ploughed and clean
Sect.
74 oegi. d.    $75 pr,  acr8) one
cash, one-third 3 m ���
burn  months
$170(1
thli
from station <ni new
Lol 22, Moid. l!. between Mrs.
Ihiflrirels and Thomson liouse-, Carnarvon Btreet; tull Bize $1600.
160  ACRES about   two  miles  from
Aldergrove station,  jo acres cleared
an.l  partly   fenced,   good   housi
and stable.   Price- $16 per acre
cash, balance to lie arranged.
i-"m ACRES, Block B, Lot No. 2, Dist. house, 175 chicken
Lot 8;  south side of the river, near   price $1500, $1000
bridge.    $300;   half  cash
11 Groure i
2  LOTS,   132X182, X.-W.  corner  of   L(l|   1(-    ,���..,.,.,.   ,,,���
10th Street   and
$1050; half cash.
4
! LOTS, 120x52, f;ee
lot's cleared, Bmall ���
���' AvenaeJ
i��e, i hj,:||
' '"I
St. Andrews.    Price
8 ACRES good
aln road!
ami   Brunette  roa I,       .-..-..    ,;.
roomed   bouse;' pa , ..
2 lots on Sth St. between   ath and   kitchen and three bedi oms; plaster*
Cth Ave. on east side;  full sized, 66x  ed;   conservatory 30 or 10 feet lone
132; Xos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;  well; stable; ban;'
both, half cash, balance easy. la   bearing fruit   trees;  com : e.,.
���_                ���.,      ���_���_��� , stock ready to plant oul; 2 skep bees
:" 5 acres cleared, light timber on re-l
niaining acre; all fenced; ri mile)
from school. Price $3000; half caab.l
bal, in 6 months at 7 per cent,
Block, corner of Auckland i, llth St. ond Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
1  Lot 88x132
$800  cash.
4 tli avenue, 13th gj
. 'ri.ri. ���
100 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between 7th and ith avenues.
I
2 houses corner of
full  sized  lot;
Merriva]   and|
city block 31,
8 LOTS, 5, 0 & 7, tull Blzed anil
cleared, upper side of Sth Avenue, be-1
tween 1st and 2nd Streets. l'rice 95001
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Street and|
! Cth Avenue on south side, No.
37 & 3S, full size.    Price $1100 for the |
four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double    tenement  house,  Ith Ave.,
I lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;   two |A*��"i   -onVhWse Vents for $25, the list and 2nd St.;  1 lot.   Price $1,700; |
! chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon  oth(,r $1(l.   flusj,  elosets  and  all con-'cash half and half In 6 months at 1%
j shed 2o.\30;   small  milk bouse, small  nected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500. j Rents for $10 each tenant,
'orchard, all kinds of fruit, 66 bearing Cash $2,000,   balance in C, 12 and 18 j
j fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price mon,hs at 7 %' '*��� I
'$0000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar- l
ranged 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.
Lots 14 and IS of 1 of 6 of 4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance C months at 7 per cent.
40 acres bb section 14, M. ri of E.'.
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from bridge off I
Haworth road, Surrey;    bouse 18x26,1
I'i storey house, 3 rooms finished, I
other 3 can be added upstairs; email I
shack;  IU   acres  cleared anel seeded I
Lot 14 on Sberhrook street of 11 of  w'th clover, red; fairly easily cleared.!
One  mile   from   shingle  m:ll.     !      I
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN G, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
ance, C months at 7 per tent.'
Six lots, 50x150, outside city
$60  each   lot,
$1,200;.   terms balf cash, balance I}]
mouths at 7  %.
imits
enquiry.
Centrally
situation;
Westerly 4,  11  of 63, Sub. Blocks,
Fuller   particulars  on  132x132 corner 100 feet square;   two I
houses drawing $28 per month,   Pri";
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 anl 12
months.
HOUSE and LOT
located in a commmanding
Hous.?' and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27% acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1V-. storey, 5 rooms; hea
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance  about   70   acres,   on
of    property   easily    cleared.     Price, Half cash.    Jump.
$4,700 ;      $2500 cash, balance C
'and 12 months.
This property is only y_ mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with thej chickens
property at a snap.
1C0 S.E. V4 of Section 26, Dist, 12,
Third avenue, at foot of 10 acres,partly cleared; Kanaka eree.;
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey running through; gooel road; one mile
house. Ten rooms (recently papered) '" " ' ,: u":"'"'"���- *'' v
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
mill ami P.O. at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre; eerier and fi'i
4 miles from Port Haney. Price
lot $2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance arranged.
Large lot and  two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton.   Both rente!
1C0 acres on the Scott road, 16 acres  at *10 eacn-
cleared;   barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.;       One and one-half storey In mse ani
splendid soil; only $30 jeer acre, $1,000   full   size  lot,  situated  north Hile oi
Royal avenue and corner of McKlnnls
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot nne!
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearig   fruit trees;   streets en  three
casn, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
$25   per   acre
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; Bmall
house,  chicken    house,
horse and rig
sides;
cash.
fine view.    Price $1,800. $900
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.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 casb
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queena
175 choice and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
$1500 cash.  Aye-:    52x122 feet;  all cleared: lane
alongside and  back.      Price'   $1,000;
half cash, balance easy at 7
150 acres Improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. If you
can handle this, don't delay; it's ��
bargain; terms can bo arrange!
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner!
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 808.���8-roomed House,  with  bath
room, etc.;  Agnes St.     $2,500;   %\    House 30x42, 4th    St., between
cash, balance 3 nnd C mos. at 7 %.  j and Sth Ave.;    2 single and 1 double
No.  30C���9-roomed  house,  with   bath
room, corner of Cth and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms \_ cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 <"c.
tvFor  the  above  Tour   prop
special price wl!! be. made to
chaser.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, com*
: prising some of the finest residential
j sites in the city for sale exclusively
1 by us. This magnificent property is | Na 310.���9-roomed House and bath
i situated on the comers of Fourth ave- j ro��m, Agnes St. $3,000; y2 cash,
I nue,    First    street  .(facing   Queen's      balance 3 and G months at 7 %.
bedrooms upstairs, and bath room
down stairs; parlor, dining room, 1;|1"
chen and pantry. Full sized lot running back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cash, balance at $500 per year
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
park-  and-Emory street,  comprising  No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   hath I nortii side between First and Second
Price $����
in all ten 33x120  foot lots  facing on j     room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   %
First street at $700 (excepting the cor- j    cash, balance 3 and G mos. at 7 %.
ner  lot  facing Fourth    avenue    anl,     160 acres,  Westminster district   40
First street, held at $1000); two lots j acres under cultivation, 10 acres'or-
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per  lot;   four lots,  52   J-2x85,  $450;
chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
streets,  No.  5,  6 and  7.
each or $1100 for the three.
0
Full sized lot, north side of Haffl"
llton street between Sixth and l-ie"'11
streets; $225.
five lots, $400.    Call at our office on  spring; house 18 x 22; frame harn 30      28  acres on
Front street and Inspect plans.
House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
x  32;   14-post   frame house  and   co*
Mara road, BurnaWj
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows nnd
street,  Sapperton;   rents  for  $10  p��r I 2 ^imn horses;  near Mission Station;   and 2 years at 7 %
month.   Only $1,050. j schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
���.   , i steamer lands twice a dav  about 100
10 acres in sec. 32.   Timber, flr, ce-  ftprao ,,mh., flt.      ,      , i "
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused   for   standing
dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20. 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue;  2 corner lots
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen ! JS,/^ SL"fcjtf ^
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south-
side of 4th avenue.   Price $200 cash-
in
third
house made of hewed timber laid in  cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.   a chance of a life- ,��� ,, i*
$250;  4 inside lots $200 each.    Price   time, $9,000; $4,000 cash  balance at e i    4 k,tfl ()" F"'"11 Sll'ect- Jl' "lu hal?
$950,  cash.    Single lots at cash. 'per cent 'Sl,b- ��. S. Blk. 18.     $350 each, W��
cash, balance 6 months at 7 %��� rwHEN going east
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I Sunday t   carrying   passengers,   mail,
��*prc<.    and    freight    connect    with
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Vancouver.  B.  C
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ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R.   Ak> .ii
Westminster Iron Works
ENERAL MACHINE ANU BNlilNR
WOKK.
SHU BMITH1NCJ, UKiDUHi and
brlU CTURAL IRON    WOKK.
Orii;ull(1.]t,a   lron   WorKi   lnclU(1,n|
M-,,?' ('"ltea��� Flre Escapee, etc.
���ni or.iora nnd correspondence tn
LADIES and CHILDREN'S
Ready-to-Wear
in
Do not fail to visit us during vour stay
tne city.   Our stock is now complete in
Ladies' Fur Blouses, Dress Skirts, Fancy Collars
and Belts, Underskirts, Flannelette
and Woven Underwear. Also Whitewear
Cushion Tops, Frills and Cords, Tinted
Centres, Stamped and Fancy Linens.
If wanting a neat souvenir, ask for
Souvenir Cushion Tops   prices range from
40c to 75c each
our
The White House
A.J. BIRTCH  ��� 275 Columbia Streel
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUV^k AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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ON EXHIBITION���FOR SALE
AT THE OLD COUNTRY BOOT STORK, a wide variety of strong
and line Footwear, the very pick of the OW Country ami Canadian
productions.
For strong country wear we have the Dick Waterproof Boot at
$5.00; the Glencairn, ai $4.00; the Northampton, at $3.50 to $4.50.
These we  specially  recommend  as just right.
Ladil 3' .end Children
e-.'- vi rj  molerate.
For Boys' sedioeel wear, try the  Dick  Boot:   it  is  all  riri.it
ri   to 13, $2.C0;  1  tee 5, $2.75.
Boots from the finest to the strongest.!  Pr
Size
The Old Country Boot Store,  -   Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor
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RAILWAY COMPANY
Soma  of  the  beauties  in   "The    Time, the  Place and the Girl.
K. A. & 1. Society
Elects Officers
(Conilimed from Page Six.)
Comox���J. J. U. Miller. Mayor Wlllard.
Coqultlam���D, McLean, ll. B. Baker, a  Hih. \v. R An.-:in. John Smith,
Dawson���John Grant
He nrdney���Hon. It. McBride, Bam
Smiili.
Duncans���O. n. Hadwetf, D. B, Le
Ncveii.
Kasi Delta���John Oliver, n'i.PP., ll.
lv Kittson, Ernest Lefroy.
Edmonton���J. Daly.
Enderby ��� Mayer Bell, H. W.
Wright, ������ Eddy.
Grand Porks���R. B, Gilpin, Martin
Burrlll.
Grand Prairie���H, r. Homfray.
Greenwood���E, Jacobs, X. T\ Kendall,
The    Islands ���W.    Grimmer,    R.
' Grubbe, W, 11. Bullock.
Kamloops���Aid, J, F. Smith, Senator Bostock, \V. Fortune. A. Xoble,
P, Barnhardt, Joseph B'ulraan, .1. R.
Hull,
K eslo���William   Cochrane.
Keremos���Frank Richter.
Kelowna���F. DeHart, W. C. Cameron,  D. E.  McCachlan.
Ladner���G. Embree, D. MdTrtgwn-
ery. A. D. Paterson, 11. M. Vasey, W.
J. Brandrith.
Ladysmith'���A, McMurtle, F. W.
Hie wes.
Langley���John Smith. George Hunter, .lames McAdams. W. J. Mcintosh,
W.  Mr Adams.
Lillooet���John Dunlop,   A.Lochbre.
Lytton���-Thomas G, Earl.
Maple Ridgi���John Laiiy. n. Ferguson, F. V.  Harris.
Matsqui���A Cruicksl&nks, IT. F.
Page.
Mill-side���Lester David.
Mission���J. A. Catherwood, A. F.
Skinner.
Moun!   Lehman���W.   Merryfleld
A.  Morrison.
Nanaimo���G. C, Stevens. A. F. Planta. A. C.  Wilson,
Nelson���-James McFee. Mr. Busk,
.lames Johnstone. (
.\eniii  Vancouver���William Morden.
Penticton���L. W. Shatford, M.P.P.
Port Moody���Mr, Cody.
Timber Notices
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
ED.   GOULfc_T,
C. f. K. Agent..
 New Westminster.
"thTWfflwaukee"
4
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South Weat Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
4 St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
t34 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
New   Westminster   Land   District
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Pord, I waukee
of Hammond, u. c, occupation lady,
intends to apply tor a special timber
license over the Hollowing described |
lamls; in New Westminster district,
commencing at a post planted at tli.
north e'.ist corner <>f Timber Limit No,
8668, New Westminster Dist,, tlience
south v�� chains, easl mi chaina, north
BO chains, ani wvsi sn chains, to poini
ol commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per ll. s. Ford, applicant,
Octo ier l. 1907.
Z, TAKE NOTICE dial, Harriet
Funi, ot Hammond, occupation kid.,,
intend- to applj tor a special timber
license over the following described
lands mi Texada Island, Commencing
at a post planted at the smiili west  Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN  LINK.
Leave' New Westminstei 7:16, 9:86,
17:06, 18:30.
Arrive> Xew Westminster S:4">,
in:::.".,   IrilO,  20:15-
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.US p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
corner of lot lb, thence south 80
cliains easi .Si) chains, nortii SO chains,
and west 80 chains to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORI),
Per S. II. Pord, Agent.
October   I.  1907.
;..    TAKE NOTICE    thai    Harriei
For,!, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to applj tor a special Timber
License o"������: :v following described
lands.
Commen. _. at a post planted at
thc south west corner ot Timber Limit Wii, thence.' west SO chains. iort>i
80 chains, eas; SO chains, and south
SO chains to point of commencement.
October 4, 1907.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Guichon 6 p.m.
Leave Guichon 6 ,a. m-, arrive Xew
New Westminster S:30 a. m
Mondays, Weelnesdays and Fridays.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every halt hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver Ior Westminster at
same hours.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
8ervlce.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
4.   TAKE    NOTICE    that    Harriet j
Ford, of  Hammond,  occupation  lady, I
intends to appply for a special Timber  VANCOUVER   -VICTORIA-SEATTLE
License over the'  following described! ROUTE.
lands on Texada Island. SS-   Princess  Victoria
Conimencing  at   a post   planted  at:    Leaves Vancouver 1 p.m. daily ex-
1-   the south east corner of Timber Lim-! cept Tuesday-
it  Xo.  0S2S, thence  south  80 Chains,!     Leaves Seattle 12 midnight daily,
west SO chains, north so chains, and j     Leaves Victoria 7:30 a-m- daily ex-
east 80 chains, to point of commence-   cel)t Tuesday, for Vancouver,
ment. j ss. Charmer
HARR1FT FORO, Leaves Vancouver 11:30 p m- daily
Per S. H. Ford, agent, j except Sunday.
October 4, 1907
3.    TAKF  NOTICE    that    Harriet
UiohnMivri-YY.   E.   Buckingham,   .1
Thomas Lang,Reev< Hunt,, Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
lames McCulloch, J.tt.I Intend! to apply for a special Timber
JUST RECEIVED CARLOADOF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS.M
Thompson
Reeve Tuttle
Steves,
RoSBland���J. S. C. Fraser.
Saanlch���Mr.   Quick.   F.   Turgtfose,
, G. Sangster, T. W. Paterson.
Salmon   Arm���.1.   McCallum.     John
McGuire.
Shuswap���J.   P.  Shaw, T.  W,  Graham.
Slocan���.John  Tarry.
South   Nanalmo���J.  Stewart.
South  Vancouver���W. F,   Stewart,
1 X. Pahin. R. C. Hodgson. R. McBride.
Spences' Bridge���A. Clemes.
j     Strathcona���F. .1. Porte.
Sumas���A. .1. Street, .1. A. F.vans.
j     Surrey���Reeve   Bose,   S.   11.   Shan-;
non,   Bert   McKenzie. X. V,.   Wicker-
! sham. B. J.  Loney,
Vernon���W. C. Ricardo, Price Elli-|
I sen.  M.P.P.. S. P.  French. M. S. Mid-j
dleti n. .1. P. B.ardolph,
Wesi ham  Island'���P.  Kirkland.   ,!os-
ph  T nu1. online.
Whltehorse���Percy  Peele.
license over the  following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9S27, thence south SO chains, west
80 chains, north SO chains, and east
SO chains, to point of commencement. | 7 a.m.
HARRIET FORD, From
Per S. H. Ford, Agent. I 7 a__s.
October 4, 1007.
Leaves Victoria 1 p.m. daily except
Sunday.
SS- Princess May or Princess Royal
Leaves Victoria 12  midnight Mondays.
Leaves Vancouver 1  p.m   Tuesday.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer  R.  P.   Rithet.
To Victoria:  Wednesday, Saturday,
Victoria:     Tuesday,   Friday,
6. TAKE XOTICE that Harriet
Fori, of Hammond, B. C, occeupation
lady, intends to apply for a special
license over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted at
the south east corner of Timber Limit
No. 9825, thence south SO chains, west
sei chains, north 80 chains, and east j to Harbor and way ports;
SO chains, to point Ot commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agen!.
October 4. 1007.
'Ited
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corresponc
JOHN REID,
HEGBIK BTHHUDT.
'mlnrr^r �����.   It    *1*
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
ftW^H-H'li'ti W'i!'W'lWirW^Wft'
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C ,
QreaTBNorthern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East and South
Leave 8:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars. Dining Cars.  Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
Phone 194.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Pass
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Agt, Seattle, Wash.
'.#.*��� ���**'b..H''*Wk''
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 pm- daily,
except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 4th
of each mouth for Clayoquot, Mosqui-
7th of each,
month  for Quatsino and way  ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Tran��fer
On Oct. 2, :l, I, Transfer will leave
Steveston at 0 a.m. instead of 7 a.m.,
and will leave New Westminster at (i
p.m. Instead of 2 p.m. This to accommodate passenger traffic for tho
exhibition.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
8. 8. Beaver
Leaves  New Westminster. 8  a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday*, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.
Prom Chwk. Sun.. Wed.. Fit.. 7 a.m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
SS. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
nnd 16th ot each month, celling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For   reservations  and  Information
���all or address
RT). QOULKT,
\gent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
*Hi. Gen   Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
,1. W. TROUP.
Oeuoral Super'ntendent. Victoria.   " ,  ���
fcAGE EIGHT
?THE DAILY  NEWS.
���^*ma~a-
Visitors Welcome
Visitors will  be made welcome  at   my offices.     1   have   fitted  up
Visitors'  Rooms, where yon  may write yeuir letters, rest or read the
TUESDAY, OCT. 8
1907.
leapers.
Most people always uie���and
will always use WINDSOR
SALT. Pure���line��� perfect in
subtle savour.
133
Meet Me at Kerrs
Arrange to meet your friends at   Kerr's offices.
IWJ.KERR.I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH  BRITISH  AND   MERCANTILE  $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON       13.085,493
COMMERCIAL  UNION  OF  LONDON        12,166.666
LONDON   AND  LANCASHIRE       12,166,666
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON AND  GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH  UNION        5,333,333
TOTAL    $67,085,491
Further comment  is surely  not necessary.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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VV/E are  opening Ij
" another ship- |]
ment of the Eaton- ||
Hurlburt Papeteries It
High class goods,     p
1PAPERS
i m
If J. J. MAC KAY y COS
* *
BOOKSELLERS
STATIONERS
NEWS DEALERS
r-A''.r-..-'i.-*'r---,-'M--..--,,-'/--**r*>i--viF:5��-'.��''-_i--'/\''/.--.--..      -<r'/*--M",.--<.--y.--,L--_.--<_--/.--..--..'-<."rt"��."ir'..-',.-',.",.-ic-<r-<i-A--^
For Home Comfort
Purchase the
Monarch Malleable Range
The Range which received the highest possible honors at the Lewis
anil Clark Centennial at Portland in 1905, and of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest award on tne first
ballot, and if there had been amy higher prize offered the Monarch Range
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St   Tel. 65
AGENTS
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
The annual  harvest    thanksgiving
will  be held in Bt Barnabas church
���em Sunday next, when the Rev. ('. \V. I
Houghton  will ofllclate,    The church I
will   be   decorated   with     plants   and1
grain for this occasion.
The Hon. Chief Justice Hunter will'
arrive this morning from Victoria to I
hear the balance of the assize coun
cases. In place eif Mr. .Justice Morri-'
son, who is otherwise engaged. Jus- j
tice Morrison heard the cases which
were dealt with yeiterday.
Mrs.  .1.   H.  .Jensen, of  Lulu  island,1
called at  the provincial polio* offlce
yetserday afternoon and registered a
complaint against several Siwashes.
whom she claim.- burned as much as
$:! worth of her husband's    lumber
She asked tlle police to prosecule the.
Indians.
A seven-year-old grandson of John
Anilrewslii, of Fourteenth street, was
killed in Seattle em Sunday morning.
Tho little fellow was riding a smrf.l
tricycle on the Sidewalk, when the
machine overturned and the lad ligTlri
ed on llis temple, death ensuing within a few minutes. The body was
brought to this city on the afternoon
train, an dtaken to W, I". Fales' undertaking parlors, whence the funeral
will take place at 2 o'clock this al-
ternoon. Much sympathy is felt locally for the bereaved parents anel
grandparents, who are well known In
this city, having resided here for
many years.
.lohn D. McKay, a resident from
across the river, came into the city
yetserday to lay a complaint against
W. Sheaves, a well known fisherman,
who has been in I rouble on previous
occasions. The story told by McKay-
is that he and Sheaves and a few others were playing cards at Henry Levf-
is' ranch, near Brownsville, about G
o'clock, and that without provocation
of any kind, Sheaves struck him a
staggering blow in the face. McKay
fell down, whereupon Sheaves is said
to have shown Jiu jitsu science by
jumping on his neek nnd kicking him
in the jaw. McKay's face is a mass
of bruises, and swollen to twice its
natural size. The provincial polled
have taken the case in hand.
The loss of every cent made dUJ
Ing the exhibition week is what R. 0
Purdy, the confectioner, is bemoaning
at the present time. YesteriTay evening, Mr. Purdy Hjft his store io go
out for supper, having in his inside
coal pocket a wallet containing tire'
takings for the entire week, something like $275 in cash and $260 in
cheques. When he returned, he hung
bis coat on a rick at Ihe rear of his
Store, and when later in the evening
he looked for the wallet, he found
that it had disappeared. He cannot
account for its disappearance, as it
could not possibly Ball out, and he was
nowhere in a crowd where his pocket
might have been picked. He offers
a reward for lis recovery,
the number transported last year.
Although it Ii nianil' ':' US impossible for this Immense throng to be
breeugbt over from the Terminal citj
in comfort, yet the company Is to be
oongratulated for the manner In
which the stupendous task was <���;! '- j
ried out. Every one of the passengers ;
was carried back and forth between
the two cities, and from the business
districl of this city to the fair
grounds, without a singb' one of them
being Injured or hurt in anj way.
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
fir LUSBY
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price On
this basis we save yon money
on everything that druggists
sell. Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with dependable
goods; our second to save our
custodiers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful In both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83-
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I Souvenir Goods
Slash in Prices.
Winnipeg, Oct. 7.���There has been I
a big slash in lumber prices by wholesalers here. Twelve dollars a thous-1
and is the reduction on some gra les. I
The retailers have large stocks on
hand and sales have been few during
the   lest    few   weeks.
School Books
and Supplies
FULL STOCK
-AT-
MOREVS
HEADQUARTERS    FOR
H
I SOUVENIR SPOONS, Etc. 3
v
V
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IW. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler I
Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
WA'y&Ja'jaZfjr.^^^
217-219 Columbia St.
FIFTY THOUSAND  PERSONS
PAID FARES TO B. C. E. R.   Our   Scribblers   and   Exer>
  else   Books  are
Ace urate   information   eis    to    the I Fine
iii.ini or of people who travelled bver'
Lhe H. ('. B. R. lines during the past!
we'id; is dot yei obtainable, but according lo the cash receipts of the
company, at least 50,000 passengers
must have been carried. Twentv
thousand visitors to the fair were
brought over from Vancouver, this
being approximately 6,000 more than
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And  can   save  you  50  per  cent-
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, 13- C.
510 Richards St., Phone 21_!o
Electric Railway Service!   Chiiliwack  Special
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  and    way
stations will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
tcenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:     Cars  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at C:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty rnbutes after
the hour, conimencing at C:30
a. m.
I      Sunday Service   nair-nourly between 8.30 am. ;yu2 11 p.m.
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and tl nder cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom  land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2% miles from to wn on first class road.   The land produced 3V_. tons of hay per acre this   year and other crops in proportion,
THIS   SPEAKS  FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00    Easy Terms
;; British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
,��'   ee'/>
Women's and Children'
Wool Underwear!
Only the best makes sold here.
We handle WATSON'S and TURNBULL^
goods, and are now showing a full stock of evervl
description.
Women's Natural Wool Combinations all sizes, ,     ,
52.. 5
Children's  Combinations, each   85c  to     ..    L
 $2.001
Women's Wool Undershirts and   Drawers,  in   whit*   ��� : (1 ,
great variety of Styles and  wares, each 50c to .. ...A
" " *'���'$ |
Women's Winter Weight White   Cotton   Vests.    , ,   Qf
underwear department,   some    new    atyle     for
drawer! to match, each   ..' ���
 40c |
Children's Union  Vests and  Drawers, nonshrinkable
wearing varieties all sizes,  from, each, 26c to .. 7-
Infants' Reuben Vests either in   union or all wool, each 30<  to, 65.1
Infants'   Wool   Bands,   each  ,. I
Children's Plush Sleeping Suits   each      ,.,
Plush   Slip   Waists, three Bizes,  each     ,. I
Women's Knitted Golf Jackets
These garments are proving more popular than ever ,.|
showing this season are most appropriate for street wear,   Comfort
able, cosy and lowly  prfred, every   woman   or child   wil    |      ���       I
buyingMroiu among 1he new style.- now.
Norfolk Golf Jackets in whin',   navy, cardinal,  green, , ich f\ tfi..$51
Other Styles Shown  range in  price!  from each  t'222'i to      $J,50
Girls' and Boys' Plain and Fancy Colored Sweaters in all    ri    .
7Bo   to     $:.S01
Boys'  Fine  Ribbed Jerseys all   sizes. $1   to    $1,53
Fancy Ice Wool and Shetland Wool|
  SHAWLS	
Not another assortment of shawls which offers better values ot
Styles than we are showing. In lhe past we have-een!;. shown I
a few line-s, not so this season, if it is a fascinator or shoulder,
shawfl of any elescrlj.fiV.nrih at you need, let us show you wheel *e
have, each 50c to      $3.501
Silk Shawls and Scarves in many new sha.|X's and colorings, Knell
$2  to     $5.001
New Wool Gloves in
the Glove Department I
Just a bare announcement   here   that   we   are   now   Bhowing 1  ' |
new  fall stock, more particulars as to prices later on, in the mean1
time bear in mind that the glo/e you want is here., children's ��� 1 W
men's, sizes in all colors, plain or fancy.
More Women's SUITS
by express
Only eight suits in this lot,   but for style and value' the:  ''''''l
nicest suits we have yet received   without  attempting    to
tlie-in we give' you the prices here and ask  you to see them.   They
are perfect In everj detail as every garment ls that is turn* loutby
the' manufacturer of this line.
Colors:   brown, navy and black, each $25 to $*��
W.S.COLLISTER&C0.
THE  STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
... House of Quality ��������� j
We have the latest designs in
Gentlemen's   Shirts
Soft and stiff bosoms
��� y ���also ���
1: Fancy Socks, Ties, Etc., Etc.
J. E. BROWN & c6T
P.   S.���HATS CASH CLOTHIERS
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Westminster
Transfer Co
fDooe
ist
ifflce 'Phone 18fi.      B�����
Columbia 8t.
... 10 im
Baggage delivered    prompt'/
Family Trade a Soeciaity. part of the c'iyf y
Tei. 113.       ofnee, E.9hth street, Light and Heavy na
NEW  WEBTMIN8TER.   B.  C. *       Off I so-Tram D��pct

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