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 |te, Shiles & Co.
L INSURANCE
L.STM1NSTER, B. C
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VIBBR 212.
hite, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
r'umbia St. Phone 85
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JEW  V, ESI MINSTER. I
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U \S SEEN IN
WEEK.
HINDUS   ARE   EVERYWHERE
CLASSED    UNDESIRABL'I
...,..���.,,.       X   :' ' '' Beth-
AWAY AUSTRALIA
Qjves Details of the
L^h" Games���Writer
Its Redshirts to TraVel
lend, n
ln ",| i Africa, iu wh - -
���     mo :
''' ""' In v   -   i the Hindu :n-
-''���������    . i in,   paragra
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I Dl    e,||       -.. h I
1111,1     -       experience    .ith   Mi.-   .
.is- I get rid of the bruti
'��� he Im.*
'
 a
'    !      -       ��� ;
them."
|i i ���
'    Canada team' Mr   from the Johannesburg Sunda> Time,
!<,!!ow-s the    deplorable
"r    '���"" id ���        e Hindus
' "'���  h;,v'    '    ';l    Jeetion    in I   a    -   iron ���     ���
i.ed an- leaving
VALDEZ IS AT MERCY
OE INFURIATED MOB
RUNS  METER  BACKWARD.
Thousand Railroad Laborers
Cut Loose in Northern City
���Martial Law Proclaimed
:,.    of    Rockton
i Australia, who
rn    of Ladner,
i ,ii .   under date
ilu-  propo  -i
.a ������. :     laci i
i   ne\:   sum!
��� ..i    mall.
l\
\l-
mil-Hi  line   ui
ria.  Englan I. My
I game on Saturdaj
���..   tame  ami   ;;:'���
|,e,��� work, ihi' Cana-
,,.. ng their chances to
.,,   .        . 111 -1 then passing
-. at no time push-
.,.:.. as I am Inclosing
L;,;-,. the  leading paper
' ril i-e"    h effec   op  tbe com-
���  tv,
CHINESE TO MEXICO
ives a fair account Railroad Magnate Engages
I   as  an   explain- .       ��   ��
One Thousand Asiatics for
Construction Work.
|ianic
V:,, the Canadian side of the
I |n i ��� iide, when mounte i
called in to sep-
Lei me' say that
: n lay was very one-
(���   ���       I,as the Baying here i
a I     most   Australian
Ui and at the pi   enl
le. ari  still thinking   of   the
I.   I
Is a  good  opening
nexl  season, and  :t
i -.     . d   er team have not
.   it   is their oppor-
suggest,   first, that
l-a:.       ���        I   as  (ril nil ! i in,  bul
.asters;     Becon I,    as
I ms;  third, as Can -uli -
|) ��� ��� ii an advertising
- .:��� city and district
nice     tie booklet published
pen .  visit.   You would
rei , gel  that up.   M>
I i ie a shorl  history
(��� layers and their pho-
I the city they came
\y ti        .our, tirst Brlsbam .
'��� ������ Vdelalde.FreeH.an-
\ ��� ick   as   far  as  Sy 1
i un.l game on the
I . ne Lanceoton an l
and froni Rohan
' Zealar ii might be nece-s-
|��-take 11 Australian team ,o
f : . ike up a game. The
r- via Fiji, as a >i iam-
f rrom New 7.i aland.
f   ���     i if there is anything
r give the boys a trip
l'm!se .  ur city, you can Ete-
30.   Do not be Bur-
|': ��� from others on thia
-'i-ert time.
Wi       .mi-is to all, etc.,
Hl'TCIIKKSOX.
II ���   ' losed by Mr. Hut-
1 '���" tn -un the Wesl   \us-
i"'-li- - i al   Perth, and   ion-
Se attle, Oct. it. -One thousand Chinese and 250 Russians comprise a
' party ol laborers whom J. C. Epper-
ley, now in the city on his way luck
to Shanghai, China, has just finished
landing In Mexico to be used on the
Harriman trunk line building across
Mexico from the Paclflc coast to eon-
necl with the main Southern Pacific
line near Tucson, Arizona. Mr. Ep-
perley has a contract to Bupply both
ia .way ties ami labor for ibis line.
These 1,250 laborers are all con-
..- i l to remain <>n the construction
wo;!, in Mexico for three years, the
.Mexican laws, unlike those of the
United States, admitting of such labor
contracts. Mr. Epperley reports that
tha United states government is
watching the Mexican border closely
to prevenl such laborers from cross-
lng into this country, and thai on 'eh;-
account there is little likelihood "
any of them getting over the line.
ESCAPED DEATH DDT
FRAMED HIS LED
- be town   if Val-
ez Is      the mei mob of 1, ���
in   i -ei ���
pi    ��� ���   o    ��� .!-���    - i . ��� ndi i    Heyno��d(
<e death at his ik>si ol du
-
-        t, these i     thi
.. - -ii l rumoi   which
:    ��� :     I
tu        ev< . .   ' -n !e it crazy
-
ether there I   truth inth   Bt
v. is Imi      .   -   o learn.   Sifted d iw i
��� - rii  ii. was  I un i   to have
come from tl       irsei    I .-   I lamshin
Ivi .   from troubled
illwa .-���     e     e forces of
I; ���- ie . ailroad and I hose of the!
- ie ��� Ima    clashe I    recenUj     ln
1 io.ly confl   -
George Esterly, a ; romini nl citiz n
i' Valdez, with Mrs. Esterly, Ie a
. ie ��� al the Butler. Hi heard the
iry of trouble, and Bhook Scuttle
down from one end to the other for
either confirmation or denial, but tn
got neither.
liis eource   if Infoimation was   ilso
���ii ��� purser of a Bteamship, and bey m i
hi   mea   ������ . artlculars already --'ati tl
ie h ni b lard no more.
���Trouble there is not beyond possi-
l.ility." declared he last night, "for
th re are .till many men there and I
��� ii -s they are not in the best of circumstances, 1 am hoping as hard as
I can that this report is a canard, because a mob of 1,0,00 men turned
looa ��� In Valdez would mean the wreck
Ing of about everything there before
soldiers could be brought from the
tort to quell the riot."
If the report Is true that Governor
Hoggatt has declared martial law, it
means thai he has sen; to Fort I.is-
ciim for Unite i Stat 3 troops. Fori
Llscum rs within sight of Valdez and
transportation of sufficienl troops to
quell any possible disturbance would
be ei matter of only an hour or so.
Al the sam" time'. Va.dez is the typical Alaska coast town. All of the
buildings aro either frame or of logs
and as dry as tinder. While troops
mighl i asily stop the rioting th" town
could Le destroyed easily while tho
soldiers we re being sent for.
Inventor  of   Ingenious  Swindling   Device  Admits  His Guilt.
New v irk, (jo. IT.���-For the edification o| the fudges of Special Se Bions
couri   i - . George P. Sever explained
deai tl    mechanism of i llttl    on
trivsni'. -.. hich, attai b id to an electrical meter, noi only wlll prevenl the
in iti i   rom n gl storing the amouni of
il e ��� !���:, itj exp nded, bul if d ��� Ire I,
wlll cause ��� .i- metei to go backward
Insl a:l ol forward. This i ontrlvance
li ,-i-e t'.ecl. emagnet, contained In a i
��� ��� box, wiih Bide pl( ces bo thai ll
mvenienlIj b ��� placed ->.er th
im tei. I he inientor of this swln !
ling device,  Herman  Barth,  had Just
iilmli- >d hia guilt, Il wa i sai i thai
nol onlj   had be ���- ild sevi ral of th ���
magp - - for $2 ach, me.. I of which
were- Installe I In saloons, but that al
the In e of ble arrest be w 11 constructing a larger one. which wa     o
I ������   -,-���-. in b;  -i garage win-re a la	
aihoiiin of e lectrlclty la need ��� l da..
in i nighl for the charging of electrli
.   bleb--.
WIRELESS MESSAGES
SPEED ACROSS OCEAN
Marconi Stations Now Transmitting Despatches from
Canada to Ireland.
RAILROADS TRY TO  -
AVOID CAR SHORTAGE
California Lines Studying to
Perfect Plans for Quick
Movement of Rolling- Stock
-
-
llncliieu
f
I
Irviev, .
I'I* who
I-1'1- ha.
1
Rn ;
��������' in
hi  ll,;.
PMIone I
If team i
' which
[A��stralii
nijiht
���  the  last   Aiii-traa.i-
i tlculars of the Ad-
which  the Cam li-
beads unquallfle l
e Iel tide  pn ss. and
��� neral lacross i niai
. manager, an i W,
In, of the All-Can ida
ig at length on the
1 iy. thfi Wesl Ana-
.- as follows:
'he visitors' play In
-  a perfectly fair, aud
'- asserl that had it
it   reports     from   thfi
which   have   been
���������'itlil  have gone rated ,<>!'  rough   p. ay
ihe manager of the
v'   Millie r)  in an in-
��� lu-csentative of lhe
n  bad   with    hlm on
Robert Griffiths, an employee e.r the
Brunette saw mills, yesterday morning narrowly escaped death while
working around the carrier in the
main building. Griffith somehow got
mixed iui wiih some eif the machinery, and before he could be extricated, one of .iis legs had been fractured, and he has sustain.-1 Berious Injuries iu the lower part of the body
which will seriously affect bim for
the remainder of his life.
When taken to the Royal Columbian hospital, it was in first feared that
the fractured leg wauld bav.' to be
a] iputated, but after a consultation
between tbe medical man, it wa decided that there was a chance of saving the limb, and the fracture was reduced.
Information early this morning sd*
ed that Griffiths was doing as well as
cein; I I .��� expected.
ANNUAL  FESTIVAL
A GREAT SUCCESS
The Thanksgiving festival and entertainment given last evening under
the auspices of St, Barnabas church
was a STpat. success, financial and otherwise. The attendance was larga,
ami both the feast and the program
were much enjoyed.
Supper was serve-1 from 6 o'clock
till s o'clocl. iii the Parish hai:. and
during tliat time musical sclent ion.
were rendered by an orchestra. After supp-.T had In on served, the following program was rendered: Selec-
I non by tue orchestra; character
staetch, Harry Tidy; song. "Snow-
flakes," Miss Vera Corbould; recitation, Annie- Tidy; whistling BOlo, Allien Ik-'eblcs; orchestra se-ri: lieu;
song. Miss Spring: recitation, "An
Irish Character Sketch," Mr. Barnett:
piano   sedi).   Miss   lie lis   (' ule-;    sh nl
speech, the Rector; orchestra.   Many
ci the numbers were encored.
Los Angeles, Oct. IT.���Nearly every
railwa.. corporation is studying to perfect plans for the quick movement of
cars and other rolling stock with a
view of eliminating the shortage feature! of business this winter. It is
argued that, with the proper shilling
of cars and a careful adjustment,
nearly one-third more business can
ii transacted With the present, equipment,
It Is suggested by an official here,
and  the plan  is under consideration.
I there be formed a i<ioi of equin-
- b> thi various roads and a clearing house for cars.    Any demand for
,.:- by any road would be made to
the clearing liouse and that concern
would give over the required number
of e.irs trom the nearest supply, or,
in casa of a shortage or a multiplicity
: . ra .:��� IS, the orders would be filled
: io rata. Under this plan it would be
the duty of every road to wire daily
, : of the exact location of all its
cars, The entire equipment of the
. "i I would be registered In the clearing bouse, much after the manner in
which the cars of a line are tabulated
by each of the different roads at
I resent,
By this method rolling stock would
nol i e idle a moment as long as there
is business on an.v part of the various
systems. Again, it is said that many
of the cars that are returned dead-
heal or empty now could travel both
ways loaded, increasing the earning
capacity'of the cars.
Sydney, N. S., Oct. 17���The era of
transatlantic wireless communication
will date from t"lay. After working
quietly, Mr, Mai onl announces thai
. erj detail i ��� al lai I perfected and
the transmission of messages over the
seas   will   b< Hi bed   today, an i
i hal  from now on i ommerclal    me
sages will be Benl and received from
Porl  Morlen, In Nova Scotia, to the
IrlBh  .Iation  .it   ('.Helen.
Elaborate tests were made yester-
lay, and In every instance they were
successful, Morse signals were receiv-
: "..i!i perfect ease and without flaw
or halt.
Moreover, tbe Irish station reports
thai its apparatus is working easily
and receiving every message - nt
without a trace of obscurity.
Electric dots and dashes are traversing more than 2,000 miles of space
with forty times the speed of a thunderbolt.
Marconi has been lecturing a corps
of operators here for Weeks, .Now he
considers theni proficient and has
turned the Instruments over to ihem.
lie has Btood over them day and
night In the course of their tests, and
declares that he is thoroughly satisfied with his apparatus,
The Irish station at Clifden has
seni advices of the full preparedness
of the operators and the connection of
the  station   with     British     postofflce
KINCAID'S   ACCOMPLICE    ' " ���
IS   IN   THE   TOILS
Dawson. Y. T.. Oct. 17. -John P.
McDonald, a Dawson jeweler, was arrested ai Whltehorse yesterda) on the
arrival bf the steamer Selkirk from
Dawson, charged with complicity in
the robbery of |40,000 Of Tanana gold
trom registered mail In l)a.
July 29.
This makes four arrests in the
caai. the first being Richard Hall.who
was taken here; the second George
Klncald, chief goverhmenl foreman,
who was arrested al Si Ikirk an l who
com:' ilieel suicide': third, Tom Vauglri
hi 1 I   mii   suspicion     wilb   a     blanket
targe  of vagrancy againsi him; and
the fourth, McDonald,   (ither an
are i v iei ted to foil ew.
So far the plol is m.i all _mra\ led,
It mni i.e., lope that Knlcald lived al
ii greal pi  i   hi      for many months,
- ndlng aa high at $2,000 to 14,00 I
nightly In the past few weeks on wine
and women, gi.ing some men $iuo at
a time, ��� lling them tei b ive a good
timi. i in.-.iiii w ia a clever building
aaster,   ;\   ire! e I ta ihionably.
UNION MEN WORK TO
ESTABLISH LEAGUE
Oriental Exclusionists Are
Actively Preparing for Big
Meeting Next Week.
The lnlatial step towards the formation of an Asiatic Exclusion league
in this city was taken yesterday when
a petition asking Mayor Keary to call
a public meeting for a discussion of
the subject was circulated in the city
and signed by a large number of rep-
eieKrapii j resentative citizens.    Most of the-la-
Mr. Marconi was in communication | bo1' ,1Ilions ue lllso represented in the
all day yesterday with his London of
ph i,
hi.' sa
''"rile
I0'1"!)!   1
Illl   w]
1||(.M
ll'Xej
p.-
Heme
mt i
I he; .    ���
'die no apologies for
11 D'. Miller. '1 admit
'' time* in the heat of
:'' have lost their tem-
lul same is worth the
'��� never work up en-
iu it to lose their
re is no vice in any
fats
V
"1S1,,
"11.
"hen q
tour there have been
nr-es  where    our men
" hist  was In Mel-
"���e undoubtedly did
:    ' ::'' we acceiii the Mam-"
' n't think we are to
th
'';
imnllii incident in Ari
' '     - .'.-a minified out
ol   all   proportion.   *   ���   *   *     The
trouble  was  precipitated   by jealousies  among some of    the  Australian
: phi vers.    There   mil   great   soreness
-over the selection of the teams, and
I when Jones, Fletcher, and Preagrave,
of Adelaide, were lefl out of the final
teal  they openly sided  with u*.    At
half-time these- players came and told
us to look .mt, as Nobtett, Kell and
Unnijihris   were   going   to   lay   Camp-
,i���  out.   or,  as  it   was  expressed,  to
rut thetlr way through to   goal,     1
don't know whether these threats had
in faci been made, but they were con-
| veyad to us, .and 11 is not surprising
that when play was resumed Camplln
and Xoblett did come into collision.
-This is tbe true history of the Adelaide Incident-an Incident of the
class inseparable from any strenuous
i sport, and one thai ought never to
: Have goi beyond a mere casual notice.
I ftm g]ad to say thai we are on the
ver.- best terms with all your lacrosse
Lla-.i rs, and we ave I aviag you:
shows with noM ���-.'������'��� the ktodhes,
recollections of your ^ sr-crtssanwip
nnd your h-s;'t.riity."*
Decline to Meet Demands.
Calgary, Oct. 17.���The Builders' Exchange has refused to comply with
the demands of the Carpenters' union
for an increase to fifty cents per
hour. The exchange considered the
following clans-' illegal: "No contractors, foremen or member will be permitted to give or procure employment
for a non-union man as long as there
are union men to be bad by applying
to the V. D. C. or the local or business agent, but If union men cannot
lie had by such application, non-union
men may he employed."
EVERETT  LUMBER   MILLS
TO CLOSE FOR PRESENT
Everett, Oct. 17.���Several large
lumber mills bave closed or are planning to do so, ostensibly for repairs,
I although the real reason is ear shortage, lack of business and a desire to
see what the new railroad tariff on
the forest shipments between Puget
Sound and the East will do to the
.; ari .
An Important deal executed yesterday was the sale of the mill and holdings of the WInlock Lumber company
at Winlock by Slutchell & Murphy,
of this city, to J, A. Vtuess, of Win-
lock. Although the sale price is not
made public, the figure Is known to be
large, as the Everett men only lasl
week took over the second half interest in the plant for $:iou,ou0.
flee. Long messages were sent and
received. He received many congratulations from friends and relatives in
England, which wi te transmitted by
wireless fimai (.'lifd'ii. ���
There were no formal opening ceremony today, as it is Mr. Marconi's
wish to get busy in a business-like
manner and without any formality or
parade, lie entertained a few guests
who witnessed the sending of the first
commercial message to cross the
ocean without the aid of wires.
The opening message was addressed
to a few Important British newspapers. The first messages from Clifden was sent to American and Canadian newspapers. Then the Marconi
wireless telegraph system was opened
for business.
The commercial rate for wireless
messages is 10 cents a word and
the press rate 5 cents a word between
Clifden and Port Morien.
Immediately after   the service    in
i Nova  Scotia  is  well established the
power at the wireless statin at Cape
Cod will be  increased and a  service
opened thence to Poldu.
Marconi is In a most sanguine
mood.
"My service is perfect," he said,
"and I expect to handle press messages as well as commercial messages. The news men are among my
very best friends and 1 look for their
I friendship  to  continue."
list of signatures, and H. A. Stoney,
of the Typographical union, will present the document to Mayor Keary
today. -..It is understood that His Worship will readily agree to the holding
9| a public meeting. No elate has yet
'been set, but it is likely that next
Wednesday wii! be the date fixed upon for the meeting.
A wide interest in the subject is being taken, and the probability is that
the meeting will be one of the largeot
that could be assembled. All members of labor unions are of course desirous that tiie wages going to Orientals should go to white men; business men would rather have whites
for customers and all or nearly ail
inwardly believe that, the country
would be better without Orientals.
The Hindus inhabiting the shacks :n
the West End of the city are in a
condition of poverty, surrounded by
dirt and vermin, and are looked upon
as the forerunners of vice and di t-
ease.
An application will be made in court
chambers this morning in this city
to have Norman Malcolm admitted to-
ball. Malcolm Is the man who stands
accused of committing a highway rob-
ebory near the G. N. R. depot about
six months ago. He was billed for
trial by the assize court which met
in this city on the Tth inst, but the
chief witness, John Anderson, did not
attend, so the case was stood over
iiii the next assizes, and in the meantime Malcolm is seeking bail. The
application will Ve made Lefore Judge
Grant
Would-Be Lynchers Arrested.
Seward, Alaska, Oct. 17.���Warrants
are out for the arrest of the men who
participated in the attempted lynch'
ing of J. E. Kenny at Lake Creek,
and Sam Wagner has been apprehended in Seward. He is the only on? of
those charged now in Seward. Nearly ill the others are still in Jhe interior. Wagner gave a (600 bond for
his appearance. A complaint was
filed before United States Commissioner Goodell, of Knik, charging the
men with participating in a riot
Honolulu, Oct. 17.���Senator Child-
inworth announces that the Brltis i
steamships Inravella and Don of Ruth-
vin have been chartered -to convey
Japanese from the Islands. The former Will Ball :a .bin ,;::���;.- for Vancouver, aad His latter in March for
Brazil.
JAPANESE   BILL OF COSTS
REACHES HEALTHY TOTAi.
Ottawa, Oct. 17.���The stal ement of
he Japanese claims tor the destruction of property by rioters in Van-
' i iver, . me of the most complete
documents ever prepared for presi illation to the government
The pro] erty is minutely described
and photographed, or a blueprint of
tho buildings is given. There are two
columns of figure:.. One shows the
damage done an 1 the other the loss
of time to business, For loss of time
there is a claim of $11,100, and for
damage to property, consisting principally of broken windows, there Is
a claim of $2,-100, mailing In all a loss
of about $lo,500.
Letter Thief Sentenced.
Toronto, Oct. 17.���Horace Mountain, an employee of Contractor Newell, who collects mails in the northern part of the city, was arrested this
morning by l'ostal Inspector Henderson and handed over to the police ou
the charge of rilling letters, and abstracting money tin refroni. Mountain
not. onlv robbed boxes on bis route,
but also took letters from other
routes, lie appeared before the mag-
istrati. ;'" i led guilty, and was i sn
t.ii"������'. to tour yoara la .'.;e penitentiary, Mountain Is :..i Engiirii lad,
and is eighteen years of age.
CIUNG TO FLOATING LP
TO AVOIO DROWNING
George Harvey, mate of the steamer Beaver, met with an accident near
Port Langley yesterday which nearly
cost him his life. He was standing
on the bow of the boat, taking soundings, when the ko.it struck a snag an I
Harvey, losing his balance, went
headlong Into the water. He was ia
tii" water ten minutes before a boat
could be lowered to rescue him. The
mishap was witnessed by a large nuni-
ber of persons on deck, who felt certain that a drowning was about to
occur, and many of them ran in the
caliin to avoid the sight.
Harvey swam around until he reached a log, by which he supported himself until taken out of the water by
a couple of tb? crew in a small boat.
"ALSO   PROFESSIONALS."
A whole lot of people who went
over to see the Tecumseh and New
Westminster lacrosse match are
.strongly of the opinion that it was
sold. The eastern professionals, they
allege, deliberately laid down and let
the western champions, also professionals, win. . There may be something In the rumor.���Edmonton Journal.
Portland Wants New Name.
Portland, Oct. 17���The One Hundred club proposes to change the
name of Portland to Multnomah. By
;���. switch of this sort, it is said that
all of the county of Multnomah can
be Included within the city llm_ri,
v,'.;-ther it is build up or not, without
exciting BpspiclCQ. A campaign for
this change .s to be made.
: t. PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
^'DAY, oct.
SPECIAL SNAPS
AT   THE
BIG SALfl
Men's Suits
Men's
$12
Suits, -
Sale Price,
$4.95
Men's
$12.50 to $15 Suits,     -
.<
tt
$6.35
Men's
$15.50 to $20 Suits, -
a
tt
$7.90
Boy'
s Suits at Less Than
Halt Price
Boys'
Odd
Pants,  regular 85c,
Sale
Price
,  35c
All sizes Men's Penman's All Wool Underwear,
regular  $1.1*5  a  garment,
Sale Price 65c
Boys' Underwear, Sale Price,   -   ��� 30c a garment
Wool Socks, two pair for 25c. Boys' Sweaters, 50c
Men's $1.50 to $2.50 Sweaters,  Sale Price, 85c
Men's Auto Caps,  regular 50c and 75c,
Sale Price, 25c.
We are offering bigger bargains in
Clothing, Gents' Furnishings
Boots and Shoes
In the history of New Westminster
Shop  Early Everybody Come
WESTMINSTER  CLOTHING  COMPANY
DAVE   GROSSMAN,   PROPRIETOR
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WIFE TIRED OE LIEE
I Imperial Roller Rink \
English Bay, Vancouver
EACH  WEEK  DAY
Morning.   Afternoon   and   Evening
Military Band���Afternoon and Evening
HIGH CLASS   -:-    REFINED    ���:-   GOOD ORDER
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Twice Divorced Spouse of
Alaskan Miner Now Seeks
Exit from Wicked World.
who tries to turn h.sr mlsidrtunea .
hri own account for a tew paltry dollars; little Marie, Mona's child, n
brlgbl i<ii of rix yeans, the one tie
thai stir, holds the ���-��� parated liusban l
aud wife; and many others, all show i
iii Btrlking fldelltj tei human nature.
'Hie production which S ��� i ci and
Aborn have given "A Wife's Secret"
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laid to be mosl e laborate and be iu- i ft
tifnl. and  the  company  ri comporad
of eactors and actresses  wel
to tin' dramatic stage
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Seattle, Oct. 17.���Kitty Gates. 22
years old, one of the divorced wives
of "Swiftwater Bill" Gates, the spectacular Alaskan, tried to commit suicide yesterday morning by drinking
laudanum at Second avenue south and I
Washington Btreet. She had purchased the poison a few minutes bei
at Guy's drug store', where she - 1
she want 'j il tor a toothachfe. 'Iri'''
drug  clerk   put   enough   glycerine
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver,
Japanese  Labor Contractors
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1 am the  pioneer Furniture aud  House   Fumlshll . I   ler,   ftgd
Director and Embalmer, aud I will Bell you anytl i. linedi.!
and will give you better value than you can gel . other piaT
ln the city.   Try me.
Wall   Papers in  endless variety.    Oilcloth from 2bi up.   ChinaI
Matting from 15c  up.     Linoleums  from 45c   up. Curtain Slrttch.I
ers,  the  best made, $2.25  p*r    set.       Carpets,   a!!   grades and!
prices.    Iron Beds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and up.  Pre-1
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All V^nds of job work and r<��pairin,g done <m sh irt.   i     tice Rn
aiele prices and satisfaction guaranteed     New   good . I .1
1 have sold the block and am still ttoing busine ���   |
and in the same old way.
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1     WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
*  the poison to counteract its effect anl
that precaution resulted In saving
woman's life.
Kitty times was formerly Katherln.2
Bardon, of Seattle. Stn.' married
"Swiftwater  Bill"  twice.    Bach
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was divorce 1 :':.<��� las: time about a
year ago.
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li.riXD3O.M10 CASE WILL BE GIVEN- BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SE-
���: I RING THE LARGEST NUMBER OU VOTES IX THE FOLLOWING .MANNER;
The merchants listed  below  will  give   with  each 10c   cash  pur-
one vote.
The  contest  began  Aug.  23rd, 1907,    and will close    Jan. 23rd,
19 S, at T p. hi.
A hallo:, box is placed In D. S. Curtis & Go's drug store, where
votes  are to he deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Cnurch or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid af* entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the Arms listed below.
Library  is onv exhibition at W.  E. Kales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will count the votes.
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The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE.   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily  trains   (except
Sunday)    carrying    pas>enger.s,    mail.
express    and    freight    connect    with
Chaules  Swanson I stages at Carcross and White  Horse,
cargo of  thirty-one   man.ta-iiT.og a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver, R. C
He Used Chisel on Dynamite
Kenora,  Oct.   I
was unloading   a
packages of dynamite, when in attempting to open the first with a chisel, the steel threw a spark, which
caused the shipment ie; explode. The
man was thrown over a cliff forty i'<-<-t
high, causing injuries from which he
eli' i an hour later.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(under new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods. Gen.  Repairing
ri.   S.  CURTIS  &
Drugs
CO.
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO.
Daily and  Weekly  News
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MOREY  &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made   Chocolate   Confections,    Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABLES
S.   H. Thompson, Prop.
Sentimental   Play.
Those   who   enjoy  beautiful   senti-
i ment,   real   human   interest,   brilliant
comedy  and  thrilling realism  in  the
j drama, will find a veritable neat ln
"A Wile's Secret," which comes to
the New Westminster opera house
Saturday night, li is said to be a
^| vivid Study in lil'e-ril.i. color.-, ot a
woman's trials and brave- fortitude
un li r the acorn ol an unforgiving hus-
an i. and the persecutions of relentless enemies. Many strongly and
truthfully drawn characters are
shown���the suffering young wife driven from her husband's roof; ihe si irn
uncompromising husband and his hypocritical, sanctimonious sister, who.
like iago. whispers lies Into his ears
againsi his Innocent bride; the drunken   criminal  father  of    Mima,     who
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In Library Yoting Contest.
Good   fir   Ten   Votes   In  Library Voting Contest    in    favor
of
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Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and i
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.;
Far Tim" Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA,jX.
e\s.iistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St.. Chicago. 111.     I
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FIIMEST  AND   FASTEST=
A Good On
House on Tth Avenue, near 4th slreet.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, and electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUSI COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON.
REAL ESTATE	
-and ���
Manager
 INSURAN
For one  year's  subscription  paid in advance,  $4.00,  we  give
200 votes; .rix months, $2.00, 100 votes.
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���EMPRESSES^
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Great Northern Railwa)
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  und South]
Leave 9:20 a. na., 12:10 a. m.. 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.   Dim;-it* Cars.   Standard Sleepersj
Low West-bo nd rates from all pointy
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange I
delivery of tickets lor you free of charge.
18,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN > 14,500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      TONS
Particularly   low   races     from    the
Old   Country. Reservations   made
here for all sailings.
For  particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
C. MEYERS, Aft-ont
NEW WE8TMINSTER, B- C'
Senttlo, Wash-
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
conies into her life after years of absence, to help in wrecking her happiness; the goood old "nigger mammy," Aunt Dllsey, who follow.; her
young mistress to comfort her in poverty and disgrace; the persistent
friend v ho, fascinated with Mona.and
not satisfied with her downfall, follows to still further make her life un-
.earable bj his Insinuating attentions; !.,e brave little newsboys and
the big-hearted "copper" who be-
fr!ende:l her;  the rascally eld eexton
ut.    �����.,     .   T. The Canadian Bank of Commej
The Milwaukee        Jtsfl
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, W
8. .E.  WALKER. President,
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
LAIRD,  Oene
ALEX.
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own  sleeoine .    .
and dining carbon alii their trains and "*    d  ��P taken  '��r collection-
give  their   patrons   an   excellence  of BANKING  BY   MAII_���Deposits   may be made 01
service not obtainable elsewhere.        . Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.' NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON.
TJ4 Third St.. cor Alder, Portland, Or,'  OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS 7 30 TO 9 P.M.
ral
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A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS  THAN
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility-afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.
Sale* I
will'ilra*n
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18.  1907
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
INTING
lone in
modern
b*n t>-
Lon & Morrison
g  BLCCK
P'l" ""���	
I Electric Railway Service!
jj require a
kw SUIT
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vanc< wa,
stations  will run    n half-
1|":-  r:""> "> 50 a. tn. to 11:30
' ' everj
Lh Sap-
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City   Line:     Ca
- rani
off" ��� -ie the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes af-
11 f, - imnsi in ��� !-_��� at 6:20 a. in.
Sapperton    Line:   Cms    leave
at ten mlnuti    mier the hour,
isl an '. Hfi   minutes after
comn ��� . lng  at trilio
a.   in.
Sunday Service hair-Hourly be-
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
BIG CASH OFFER IS
COLDLY TURNED DOWN
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tome over and see our
\new Fall Patterns.
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Seit doi.i Hotel Astor
\'A N COUVER
| British Columbia Oectric Ry. Co., Ltd X
Call
Ou
Examine
Heat
Our
Magic
k Up
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THE ���
I City Clean-
Dyeing and
essing Works
Co Sum bia   St.
lEIIEK HUTU       Phono H27X
WKSLEY'S
11 Known
r.
il' ater isperfect, easily fired as
the door Is in front, cast iron lined which
makes it durable, artistic in appearances and
has given satisfaction.
Our Coal Heaters equal any on the market.
As for Steel  Ranges,  we handle the best.
We invite inspection and comparison.
J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
Souvi ii ir
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STEI, FOOT OF SIXTH, KI MUSTEK
)ST  CARDS
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
Iri   e\ i
nsti .  and dl -' -n't
lie at
llHsrey's     Bookstore     and
I;: Gamon's   Cirjar   Divan
I-'-. town we live iu 1 j
lir..- Pici       Pe   ��� Cards to yori
Ids
Ester Iron Works
PAL M VCHINU  ami  i.NtilN.
WOKK.
Ill' SMI1 HINU, UlUUUfJ and
iRicrruAi.- IKON    WOKK.
|n ������       iron   won.,   mciudtni
, Gates, l-'ire Escapes, etc.
nnd correspondence In
|JOHN REID,
BEGBIE B'l'KJUUri'.
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Westminster
fansfer Co.
'Pboae 185.       Barn  KHoo��� 1S7
Columbia St.
Rt delivered    promptly to t.nj-
II the city.
Wanii Heavy Hauling
[e Eat to Live
ue'- time it is neces-
hat we nre- eating.
KENNY'S Cafe
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PERIAL
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nun    GETTING
(P   EVERYTHING,
n D7a^ I McQUARRIE & CO.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
lock    Nrw We��tr>ilntt��<r. B.C.
ISTEVVARDSON
[,v��l Engineer and
draftsman
jUjg^ NEW WESTMIXSTP.R
��� HENLEY
Manufacturer of
��eral Waters, Etc.
Wed Waters,
f""'y Trad
113.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU  BANK  WITH
Thi
* a Specialty.
iNEw Office, Eighth Street.
1   ���*  WESTMINSTER.   O.   C.
"des Wanted
AI the
HCr R��ver Tannery
P*���� Cash Price Paia
ROYAi^BANK^ CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER 45,000.000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
ADVERTISE IN THE. NEWS
Condensed
Advertisements
AMUSEMENTS
Stupefaction Reigns in Railroad World because C. N.R.
Men Refused $75,000,000.
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ANTED���TO    BENT    FOR    .-'ri
.ne'iitlis,   furnished   house,   with
furnace.   Apply C. T. Daily Ne* .
WAVn
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"ED   SEWING   BY  EXPERI-
iced dressmaker.   PI ase i ul
m Miss Matthews, 212 Royal ave i. .
corner Mclnnis street.
Aa offer of $75, ,000 cash in; th ���
i ;e ,. lian Northern i ailwaj ha been
im.: ii down by iis chief owners,
.\- William Mackenzie and Don-
ald 1 ila.i i. The ne^ i< ik -i out a
te ��������� days a ;o. The proposli lon em-
anal -I from thia banking house ���>.'
M . :-. .1. I'i t; nni Morgan & Co.,
Ni ,. York, i lv lng tb Intimate flnan
cial . I itions ol ihis house with ���!. J.
Hill, the offer Is bell ved to have om
an i  ii the Great Northern railwa; . -. hose plans toi an Invasion of
i! mudian wheal fiejd.9 have ha l
ie gi ;.; deal ot publicity and have
bi ��� :i pai i a :.. ri tlla I   i  Ing the pasl
Sl '--i-e Macki nzle &  Mann ba\    al
-.i     cherl tied the ambition of ultl-
:. exi in ling tl       road    i the Pa-
coasl
ago   -d-.   Mann  while  in  Vi ni auvi r,
-. ���   l that the projeel wo il i be real;
Ize i. a Iding thai com I   ��� woi li o
j the mountain Bectlon ���>��� oul I nol
undi rtak in until they b i i secur I
government subsidy. One section
buiil nti11 in succes iful o erat lon n i ev
exti :i<ri from Port Arthur, at the hea i
.,:' navigation on Lake Superior, to n
poinl thirty miles wesl of Edmonton,
The sl -in also emi races the Regina
& Long Lake railway bi tween Regina
and Prim e Albert as well as several
WANTED���BUTTER
S.i.t  Spring    ril:
association,
ges, B. C.
-.RMAKER.   POR
and    Cre : ������ ,y
Address secretary, ;,.,-.-.-
Gowan IV'acGowan, Manager.
SATURDAY NIGHT, OCT. 19th
Misses and Children's
Dresses
For Fall and Winter Wear in sizes from
1 to IG years at prices varying from
75c to 8.00
The White House
A.J. BIRTCH   - 275 Columbia Street
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SUPPLY HELP OP ALL
.Inds, im charge, ti tephone
3329, Canadian Pacific Employment
agency, 506 Cordova Btreel \v., Vancouver, ii. C.
WANTED-  MAN
wants to buy se
OF       .MEANS
to buj  Bome good fruit
���v.i l  farm land In or around Surrey.
��� I ; i   be   near   the    new   Chiiliwack
n- ,-n lln -.   Owners only.   Apply  'J,
1'' i.  Box 893. city,
SPENCER   &   AEORN'S
Great Emotional Success
"A Wife's Secret"
; be Big Sat- ������ -.- nf the
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thr  -
WA'
NTED    MY JAP SCHOOL BOY
oard  and   lodging  In   rei u n
and h n-'iitii-   -������   bou ework,    mornings   and   i ���-
nlngs.   Write P. O. Hox 296, city.
Hearl Interest, Comedy, Rutnor, P.a-
thos,  Strong   Melodramatic  Interest,
A   Beam ��� ii  Story of Everyd iy  Life.
Spi ii II I   C ist.     Big
Productl en.
S lenlc
WANTED
' '        aleoui
��� HOUSE   TO   RENT
(18  per  month.    Write
��� ���  Dailj'   News.
17\OUND���LADIES GOLD WATCH,
semi hunter, initials on 'case,
owner can have same on proving
proving property and paying for ihis
.'riv-. iib_enicnt.
IOR    BALE ��� POINTER   BIT SH,
young,  should  make good  game
dog.    Hox 01  Daily News Office,
F
F";,
offi -
ND, GOLD   BRACELET.SNAKE
coil, set with gems.   Apply News
hundred mi.es of railway In Quebec
and Onatrlo. Mr. .Mann was authority
for the statement that seventy per
cent of the main line from the city of
Quebec   io   the-   Pacific   had   already
been      mpleted.  .���.���	
It has 1 eu well understood that the T?OR SALE���70 ACRES OF QOOD
two ignates have had no little difii- " farming and fruit land; partly
' cuity in Boating their bonds in the cleared; 1-4 mile from Chiiliwack
London money market. Their refusal tram line. For particulars write "T"
to accept the offer of Morgan & Co. f. 0. Box 1172.
after an expert In its employ had inspect* I the entire system craated no
Utile surprise in railway circles.
������I am at a loss to account for their
action In turning down a severity-five
million do-'.lar offer. 11 can only ' ���
ascri ed to their desire to hold out
for a larger amount or because tii y
Plan on sale- Wednesday, Oci. 16,
PriceG, $1, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Pickard
China
JUSe- RECEIVED DIRECT FROM
STUDIO. CHICAGO, OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT OF PICKAPD HANO
PAINTED CHINA.
pi-UN
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detail:
ISHED     ROOM      WANTED
thin easy distance of pus;  of-
Write Immediately, giving full
, to Box L, News offlce.
W. C. Chamberlin
L'
OST���AN ENGLISH SETTER DOG
name (B. C. Uell Boy) on  Ladner road, Monday, October li.    A  r
ven  to I
I
hope  some  day  to build  through   to   w.ml .,,- u,n aollars Nvi:l Ve
the Pai iri.   If they had s dd out thev   ...... ,]L,rson returning Bam6.   Any one
have  realisted       profit  of    I   ha,. orlng lhis dog will be prosecuted.
William Wolz, B. (.'. Cigar Factory.
least fifty million dollars,"
comment of a well-known
ia.hi. in discussing the affai
was  iii-
railway
LOST���LEFT IN -1  P. M. CITY CAR
lady's   green   leather    handbag.
Watchorn as Labor Agent. containing eyeglasses and purse with
Montreal,   Oct.   HI.���The   report    'sj money.    Finder  please  leave at train
rreii    in   immigration   circles   thnt j office.
Ro   rt   Watchorn
inrisioner   for   th
Ellis   island,  and
immigration com- \
United   States at''
.'firmer commission-
L*
OST���CHECK FOR $12, PAV-
iblo to Gtirla Singh. Finder
er In Montreal, has been appointed please return to boarding house, 12th
ri.e l purchasing and labor agent of 1 street, or leave with Owner at Fraser
the Grand Tnini. Paclflc, and thai bis [River mills,
functions will fvml practically imme
late scope In the selection of lalior-
-. ��� iri.- the building of the new sya-
- in tlie wsst. In the a'is��nce of
Mr. Hays and Mr. Morse no confirmation of tiiis reporl was obtainable
at Grand Trunk headquarters, as no
directions have heen issifed regarding
i, ciTcu'.ar containing the announcement.
LOST-
Eng
-A GOLD FILLED WATCH,
lish case, finder kindly return to T. Gilford's jewelry store and
obtain re ward.
TO    RENT ��� TWO    FURNISHED
bedrooms   near    Library,    apply
i>7 Victoria street.
TIMBER  LANDS���WE   DEAL   Exclusively in limber.    Have large
Opera House Bookings   : ��� ���"/" <* ��n water- ��yonu
��� 3 , wisa   Io  buy  or  sell,  see   me.     E.  R.
A   Wife's Secret    Oct 18 chandler, 407   Hastings  St.,  Vancou-
Rallies     Oct. 30 ', ver, B. C.
Isabel Irving   Nov.   7 ,
Tilly  Olsen    Nov.    .1
The Alaskan  Nov.  1 I
Holy   City     Nov. 20
Sarah  Truax    Nov. 20
Uncle Tom's Cabin  Dec. 18
Are   Vou   Crazy 'Dec. 20
Juvenile   Bostonlans    fan. r:
Devil's  Auction     lan, 2b
Blister   Brown    'Mar.  12
Paul   Fillmore    Mar. 1S
:Sis  iu N'ew  York    (Vpril  1
Il'he   llurgimiasiter     April S
A  College Hoy    May 27
REMEMBER, SIPPRELL DOES
the neatest and cheapest work in
the rubber stamp business, also manufacturer of Uncle   Bill   oil.     John
Sipprell,     liil     Becond     street.     N'ew
W i tmlnster,
s
TRAYBD���BLACK   AND   to
ill IE
year-old Heifer.   Return to
John
Art
1. :ri otl  road, Or advis e by
mail.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets  on  sale    to all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Ratea   Round   Trip
Rates  to  Southern   California.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
PALMISTRY���MADAME DE-FAY,
England's greatest psychic palmist, wlM lie at the Windsor Hotel,
Room No, 3, on Friday and Satur lay,
I October 18 and 19, from 2 to 9 p. m.
M-iei.inie De-Ftay would like to meet
during her stay any spiritualists that
may he in the city.
LAND  REGISTRV ACT.
Re lots !> .and 6, of block 2, subdivision of parts of section 30, block 5,
north range 2,west New Westminster
district. Wherejs proof of the loss
of certificate of title number 13979 a,
issued in the name of Frederick William Smith has been filed In this
office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, Issue a duplicate of the said certificate , unless in the meantime valid
objetion be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District f.cgri.rar cf Ti ri-.
Land  registry office,* New Westmin-
i    ster, B. C, Sept. 16, 1907.
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
Dr. Jordanl
The Eyesight Specialist j
Begs to remind his obi patrons
as well as prospective customers, that new stfle 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
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Crocet'
Ladles'Gold Wfttches from $12.75 up."
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $8.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Asent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exnedition.    All -warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
Canadian Pacific
RAJLWAY COMPANY
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DASLY
ED.  UOULLT,    -
42. f. K. Agent.
New Westminster.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'ific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage rhily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave
Day Train             Arrive
9.20 a.m.
... Spokane ..-..7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m-
 Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m. .
H. A. JACKSON.    '
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS PAGE FOUR
THE  DAILY   NEWS
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Two acres on Green  road  close   to Westminster  road
few minutes walk from car   line;   1   acre  cleared and
$ 1,600
and   only  a
in   orchard.
Terms to arrange.
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JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. VV., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
fuly set forth in ihe Daily News, ta
also wae_ the fai-. ihai detailed plans.
etc.. were in the city hall. 90 that we
��� in not ttand astonished when we are
told that these plans are under rc-
vii'w aa part of the consideration
hich the council Is giving to tli- mat-
er. We have now and then occasion
in differ from the' council, but well
inue never denied it the possession
of common sense and ordinary business ability, and giving it credit tor
thes*1. it follows that it is lookin ;
into the water works matter in a coin- j
! mon sense and business-like way.
RATS   FEED
ON   A
CHINESE
DIAMON
NEVER  BEFORE  HAD  WE  SUCH   A   DISPLAY    AS   WE   HAVE   TODAY
JUST RECEIVED FROM AMSTERDAM $10,000 WORTH OF UNMOUNT
DIAMONDS.  RUBIES, EMERALDS, SAPPHIRES   AND   PEARLS
STONE  PERFECT.    EQUALLY  WELCOME    TO    LOOK     OR
ED
EVERy
TO     OUv.
CORPSE
Vancouver. Oct. 17.���It is a common
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and From
streets,  New  Westminster,   B.  C.
theory that the Chinaman makes a
practice of following the example set
by the besieged in Paris when ihe;
Germans had cut off the food supply,>
and eats rats. If thai be so. there �� is
a reversal of that in Vancouver in
connection with ihe case of Luen
Kam. or Ati Lee Kam.who was drown-
ed in the harbor.    The particulars of
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
FRIDAY. OCT. 18, 1907
THE DOVE OF PEACE.
!; has been the fashion during the
sitting of the Hague Conference to
refer to ii as "a failure" and to crack
jokes at its expense, but that haa always been the practice in the popular
treatment of reforming agencies. The
mere meeting of the rei resentatives
of forty-five nations with a friendly
purpose was in itself an epoch marking event in the slow advance of tha
higher civilization, anel when these representatives continued to meet day
after day with the avowed purpose of
preparing the way for enduring peace
on earth and goodwill among men, it
was surely natural that "practical"
people shoulii lose patience with th - a
and that tlxyse whose business it ls
to wear the cap and bells for the
amusement of the said "practical"
people should give more or less refilled and entertaining expression to that
Impatience In theii daily tale of
witticisms.
But in the summing up of its la ors
the Conference of 1907 doe.-  not appear either as a failure or as a proper
target for small jokes.   Of the tw nt
five or   more points   discussed,   four
only  ie i  to disagreement which has
been    put   on   record.      .Metre   than
twenty descisions tending to advance
the prime object of the meeting have
een  i .,. he I, and not  the least important of thes,   has been that which
"   5 a I ...    f     subsequent meetings,
so that theConference is now an international parliament  which is to have'
regular e salons,  insti a 1  of  being a
hap-hazard affali   tn - ting only when
called  together by the ruler of some
werful nation.
Certain agreements  looking to the;
irevi ntion  <:'  the   bullying  of  small
nations by  big ones;   a renewed con-;
denotation   of   "militarism";    declar-j
at$ons   as   to   agreements   between
countries of emigration and countries j
of Immigration, the rights of neutrals,
the duty of belligerents as to declar-j
ation   of   war,   iin   use   of   neutral
territory ; ir wlreh -.- stations, the u ; i
ol balloons in war. are among the recorded results of the Conferenee; and
quite   possibly  its  unrecorded   resull
of betti r    understanding    is quite as
important as any,   li is an ea3j 3neer
that    this   "peace"   conference   was
largelj engaged in discussing the con-
lltions   of  war;    but    to   limit    war's
evils, to make ll  more difficult, to Increase   its   list   of   possible   offences
a;ain ;   Inti rnational   aw. Is to pan'
the v.a ��� lor Its a andonment.
is the point under consideration, it
is evident that the wages paid to such
men would be of more benefit *to the
countrj than wages paid to gangs of
coolies.     This,   to  quote   again   from
the New York papers, is the "iiiilus- how the Chinaman was drowned while
trial problem which the province Is j trying to gel ashore surreptitiously
forced to face.   But It is not new.   it j nave  been  given.      He  bad   put his
is one that   India  has long had.    It clothes In a ship's bucket  ami  then
was lhe principal inspiration of a vie- Jumped overboard  with a life preser-
ious war in South Africa.    It has fas;- rer.    He  gen   tangled up  with  a  rope
ened itself upon Mexelco an.l threat- '" Buch ���' W;1-V ,hat ht' could neither
ens the republics of South America, extricate  himself nor get    his   head
li  has become a  potent   lean of the above  water.    The coroner's jury   it
politics of the United States, and now the  Inquest  broughl   In  a verdict  of
it is taking a firm hold on Britain's accidental drowning while trying to
half of  North   America.      It   has,  injescape from the ship to the shore.
tact,   become   a   continental   problem The   six   good   men   and   true  cam >
here. It has perplexed economists, very near becoming so nauseated that
and  it  has corrupted legislative bod-
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
DR.
HATHERLY
���Ipi     hi .unl doctor of uphill
almoriy.     Cures   Nervous   anl
Chr 'iiic Hea laches by skillfull.,  prea
erl ied glasses     Parlors on Sixth S;..
Murchie block. New Westminst* r,
Por QUALIT
acre
thr
rich river
���- - -   if high
ies. Perhaps it ls but a chapter In
the economic schooling of the world.
At ill events it is an unsolved equation. Maj British Columbia hc-'.p .o
find the answer."
We noticed yesterday in an obscure
campaign sheet, published in the interest of the long-date Conservative
candidate for the Commons, a story
about the council and tbe water
works, which was paraded as if it
were "news." For nionths it bas bi a
known that  the council  was alive  to
they could not go on with the Inquest,
because when they came to view the
body they found that while it lay with
a sheet over ii after being hairled oul
of the water, rats had got at it an 1
had eaten away considerable of the
head. There was a hole gnawed In
the forehead and the nbse had been
nibbled.
Advertising Cuts
of  every  description, for any
purpose.      Desiyns   and    Esti
mates  free.
Chas.    M.    Rawson
Roo-n  4.   165 Cordova  Street W.,
VANCOUVER.    B.   C.
Also orders taken for P'-inting.
the Delia   land  cannot   be   beaten    One
bottom land will produce as much   as
gravel land.
Here  is  a  piece of choice land at ;
8 acres, all cleared, In garden and
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sui
and boat landing, >4 mile from school, hat a flve-roo
in good repair, barn and chicken house, . cov. ,- | io hem-
good waterfrontage with wharf building, boat net, ..
youn.; fruit trees, a good range all conn..ected
i b irgaln;
'Vl ! les Iron
- St 1'fHi-e
$12.-,0  cash,
Price
balance  iu  01
-   $2250
rear.
Chinese Object to Sea Burial.
Victoria, Oct. 17.���While the steamer Georgia, of the Canadian-Mexican
line which arrived this morning, wis
on her way from Salinas Cruz, one
of   the   Chinese   stewards   died,   and
the necesity of providing for an in- when an attempt was made to throw
creased water supply, so that the I the body overboard the Chinese threat-
"news" that it has the matter under nei to mutiny. The body was then
consideration Is not exactly startling, j coffined and brought to port for ship-
Months ago, the whole facts as to the ment to China, A heavy gale was
measures recommended by thee-.;- experienced at Mazatlan, where a
perts who were engaged In the con- num er of lighters were wrecked and
struction of the system, and In its the steam r was obliged to put to sea
"revision" after the fire of '98, were   for safety.
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART  TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
PhoiiR 250
Eighth street
Hale & Lam
AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERT
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C,
Boul
Phone  335
P. O.
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$275; tend
THE  INDUSTRIAL PROBLEM.
\\'e' quoted iirily from a New York
i aper an article   In   ��hich  lhe conclusion was arrived at thai  the maladministration    of    affairs    in    this
province would rob it of all or almost i
all the benefit which should be derived ley the couni ry trom the construe-1
tion of great  works    like the Grand
Trunk   Pacific   railway,   save   only   in
so  far  as  benefit  might be  derived |
trom the wages iiaid for the labor hy
which    the    road    was    constructed.
Thai, of course, puts into prominence
the Importance to the country of having  the   right  kind  of  labor.      Some
feople talk and write as ii this were I
a small matter.   They look, as it were, j
only  to   the benefit   to  accrue  to  the
country  from the operation    of    thej]
road,  and even In  their calculations
a.;  to that,  they seem to forget that
the   benefit   from    operation   will  be
very much greater, for many years at
all events, if the right kind of labor
Ie  employed  in construction.     Give
construction gangs of    such men as
would   be  employed  on   the  building
Of a railway, say, in the  United Kingdom,  ami  we should find a fair percentage of'them settling in the country, many of them to become customers of the line   they had helped   to
build.   And during cofistructloh.-whicl.
Shooting Boots
With the opening of the Shooting Season
we're ready with a choice line of Sportsman's Shoes.
In Leather Goods
We recommend our 12 and 15 in. Top Boots
made by manufacturers of the best shooting
boots that money can buy.
Ask foi our "Invictus" Tan Calf, Waterproof Boot---made with a 15 in. top. Our
best line. Also see our "Dayfoot" Brown
Moose Hide Shooting Boots.
In Gum Boots
We can supply the best made. ;i sk for our
American  "Ball Brand" Rubber  boots���
the best grade boots made in the United
States. You'll have no more 'kicks' on gum
boots if you wear this brand.
Ask to see our "Armour Proof" gum boots,
the best Canadian line made.
We are Headquarters for Shooting Boots
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it Sapperton, ni tr the school   	
Lot on Eighth street, below Fourth avenue    	
i Dots on Sixteenth St., near the r ;\ rum iim $650 for the4,ten
Lola on Fourth avenue, near Elei nth streel   $475 each, ten
Look al   in.'      tl    - ore pun
P. PEEBLES
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Real
Estate
Phone 301
c
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large  Snipment of
kerv��iGlasswai
rocKery-
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANY I
THING IN THAT LINE. OUR PRICES|
: : ARE RIGHT.
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ADAMS y DEAf*
V> 3 have an
Improved Double Cornet'|
On the car line, with iwo houses thereon, dra0\
$32 per month, which can be had for
$4,500.00       ___
BOURNE y GORD01
Corner McKenzie ant! Columbia Streets
JOHNSTON'S
 BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.���
New Westminster, B. C.
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
352 I Cho~keBEEF
SION OF THE BIO ELECTRIC SHOE | Best of farm-
er's Pork MIC'
oc
|8,  1907
THE   DAILY   KEWS
I H. .--<3lTH
The Cash Stores
PA'-K   iriVE
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TRIMMED HATS
At $3.50 and $5.00
prom our own Workroom. That in itself is suf.
ficient recommendation that the styles are correct.
i m fifty at the price, I.m each one bears an
air .ef exclusiveness tliat comes from being individually -iesigned. Through the very skillful work-
ship of our experienced milliner?, add to that
new wings, quills, coques, hockles, birds, tabacs,
rs and rich ribbons.
See the Special Window Display
You will be glad of the opportunity
to save.   So come.
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A Lot of New Wool
Suitings
Plain Colorings, French Poplins, Armures, Panne,
and Satin Cloths, Cashmeres, Venetians and Broadcloths, etc., etc., in new autumn shades of blues,
browns, reds, greens; at 50c, 65c, 75c, $1. and $1.50
New Shadings in Shadow Plaids, and Stripes. 54in.;
75c, S1.00, $1.25, $1.50, and $2.00 yard.
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A Few More Days of the
Blanket Sale
An extra pair or two won't come amiss these chilly
nights. $3.45 buys a splendid pair of good whitS
Wool Blankets.
Large Size Cotton Blankets, $1.45 pair.
500 yards heavy Scotch Crash; regular 15c On Sale
at 10c yard.
mn -    eople rn-
!    lasl    -ve-iiing iii
.11.
For all iw.it. ot cul flowers and pot-
i'-ei planti  Bei T 4j. the florist.
l>i i ���'��� I' :- Siv at i w:;ii a develops I tat tuous liquor-,
will thri morn .in answer to
a charge e.i .. Indian Pro-
teci lon ai
Bulbs, iiyiii [nths     , : ,-    nardtaus,
chrysanthemumi   ...    ots      .1.  Mulr
I, Ri  lsl   8< ��venue. **
Mr    \l, .... ,,-  i ii'
be loi al           . mil -   ��. is admitted :<> thi   i; i         un hosplta
���   terdaj   evi ning              .:   (rom   a
FrMh   v ���������..:,. -   :,.r $1,
it Kyle ej. -      Pront S ��������� i
vV   Moi ���       of I nting 1
ol  Js .      . g'ei lousl)
ill -ie Vai md ��� ��� ������: ot :
to a soutl . '. II .el ad-
and polish
..   es, eti .  10i    ��� .    iacekel   at
the Good Che<    S     -   255 Fronl St. **
"'in-  sti .'���; e    i ��� ��� a aging    to
i. yesterdaj
:i<Ken  with sev<   i    cons gmmenl-
. - mi ...        New Westminstei   pai
: - -    Shi lown si ream lasi
���    ��� e.ellg.
Muney to -can on approved security,
Whit?, Sti;- .. fa Co., city.
The ,    .   ,;nl..
the  const   . the new   Royal
i   i imhian  I os] Ital ill ding nn-;  I e
building  . .-'.-. ij   ai'u- -
noon In I tu           I ol I   idi   --'Hem an.l
Signed
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T. H. SMITH
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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We sell Pertecl Baking 1' iwder, a.">c
, e-.   -in,  ;,;   : te  :,: ,,.':  I   . S   ire, 222
2.   :r   -���     ' ������
T. .'. 'e. ���        i ��� . ekki oper for
ilu. T. J. Tri       H Iware < ompanj.
left nn Wednesda \   to ia, where
he  w ill rem; ou Ileal sup-
; trvlslbn i't !': J .-��� -. who has een
treat in .ome :b,n,- fnr a
tumorous ���-; iv I t.
For i e-  tlowe . -. or fun-
,    ;   design -   I one   T   Da\ les   ^
Son, B 20S
Tl;,' funer; Miss Marj irle    Ho
j im r   o ��� .    .-.        ��� -" ������ -.   aftern ion,
i the K<-\   A. Shi  Irii    offl iating.   T-he
following .1 ted as earei -. .1. W,
Harvey, Marshall English, H. M.
sii-.n.i i rg, J, r. i(. Bole, O. H. C >r-
bould and r Bei    er (V ini buvei 1.
Dr. T   ll.  Leve;. dentist, Cresi ��� n
i club bull Hug, Columbia street.
Dr.  Roller,   o!   Seattle,   hi-   slgi
articles  for  a   ��i esl lng  match   be -
I ween himself an I Sh '������ ������ McLaghlen, jiu   jltsu  oi itch   promoter    an i
��� puncture proof wind artist, The
sporting writers of Seattle strongly
condemn Roller for consenting to g i
mi the mai againsi McLaghlen.
Hand Sapolio for sale   at Kyle &
Sons, Front street.
date.   II is e> ���'������ ted       thi Sa
.���I  -.ni  people thai   an   appropriation
��� ���<��� made liy ihe council for Clear-
iiiii grading tbe ground this fall.
Qeorge GMuston,  who    has    been
hunting pheasants on Westham Island
during  the  las;   couple  of  elays. re-
-  ilmi  there are verj  [ew birds
I on the island.    He was successful in
ting onlj  two,   and    many oth<
hunters met wiih similar luck.    Several Roni bacs arrived yesterdaj trom .
Bast   Delta.
\ iv,  is your chance to secure the
dee  of   the 16-acre   plots  in   best
growing district of B, C; ��>nl> 15 '
.-.-.-' ^,iiu from nu   ital:eni en.
iinleoai    rinding,   anil     one    houi'i-
������,,: bo either Westminster or Van
i ��� loe |60 em acre and uj
\ .'ni a,- Hyde nexl Guichon hotel,
\r,.    \\:e 4, i,n   man charged wIth
Ing a hoi -e   from a South Van
iver partj. was committed foi 11 lal
n Wednesday i venlng bj   i he Van
. ,<���:    ,n Istrate    Ward was
i- ested bj   (Ihiel   I'rmInci il Consta
ble Spain, of this  i Itj. on    Sundaj
i ;   ae  ihe accuse I  ��at  i Ming th.-
���   near Blaine
. recor l of 250 Inches  >t �� ater �� as
irmallj   granted  yesterdaj   bj   <'������>���
. rnment Agent C. ri Fisher to the mu-
nlclpalltj of Delta from the Nlcomekl
The    application  �� e> hear I
some days ago, bul final action was
li erred pending the filinu .it a report
em the volume ol water, bj a compe
enl engineer.   The municipality proves Installing a water system.
Fine dairy farm of 100 acn--. besl
black soil; part underdrained. House
and small harn; only eighl miles
;i, New Westminster; good road.
For shon time al $70 per acre. Ab-
"i- �� Hyde, next Guichon hotel, New
\v, stminster, B. C.
The Eastern capitalists who recently purchased a controlling Interest
in the Fraser River sawmills, are on
th.- coast for the purpose of Inspect-
tg the mill and the company's logging camps in Briiish Columbia and
Washington state. The partj consists
of Peter Jansen, oi Jansen, Neb.; T.
B, Darling, New York; v R. Davidson and Col. Davidson, Thej lefl for
east i olnts Wi dnes la> evening . -
. ��������� their various timl ei holdings
and to decide upon future development. The'..- will im as far north as
Smith's  Inlet,
RESOLVED    ^/ALL
7HATTHERE.SNOUSE  In.- prcrJ
Looking Around ��VERY |' VL ��� ��� |
mrectionwhentherc
ISAPLACElNYcDURClTV
WHERE THEY SELL'THE
BEST SELECTED TH/NGS
KEEP VOUR EYES
OPEN,TRIE NOS. r-xr<<
BUSTEK BROWN. \\J-:
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.'OPvReeMT i<)ovPy-rvr pnErtMSOiw^e-. CMiC��e.'o
WHY WASTE YOUR TIME IN LOOKING AROUND
WHEN EVERY ONE WILL TELL YOU THAT WE
STAND AT THE TOP IN THE CLOTH1N6 TRADE.
WE Do NOT, HOWEVER. FEAR COMPARISON.
WE ESPECIALLY INVITE YOU To COMPARE
OUR READY-TO-WEAR SUITS WITH THOSE
THE TAILORS MAKE AND CHARGE YOU MUCH
MORE FOR. OUR CLOTHING IS MANUFACTURED. BUTCHERS DO NOT MAKE OUR CLOTHING
BUT TAILORS. BUTCHERS Do NoT TAILOR
SUITS. BUT TAILORS SOMETIMES BUTCHER
SUITS. YOU CAN TRY ON ONE OF OUR SUITS
AND YOU NEED NOT TAKE IT UNLESS IT SUITS
YOU AND FITS YOU. YoU WON'T HAVE TO
MAKE YOUR FRIEND. THE TAILOR, FEEL BADLY BECAUSE YOU Do NoT LIKE THE SUIT WE
TRY ON YOU. IS NOT YOUR BEST FRIEND,
YOURSELF? WE CAN SAVE THOSE WHO WEAR
"TAILOR-MADE" CLOTHES 23 PER CENT. TO
40 PER CENT.
RESPECTFULLY
H. L DeBECK
The Clothier
OPPOSITE   POST   OFflCE,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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)ts on Seventh Avenue, West End, terms,  $750. ��
���
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>ts on Fifth Ave,. East End, good terms, $1200
v   -ot on Roval Ave., all cleared,  $1500
��� ��� .    -v
��� Ni ������ up-to date 5 roomed House, Sapperton.    Fruit |
��� Trees.    Easy terms, $1300 2
An anonymous letter, dealing with
the i.i.il values In the- cltj. reai lie l
ihis offlce yesterday, The opinions
expressed wi re such thai the con)
municat.on w ml I nol published In
an, newspai er withoul the Blgnal ire
$1500. i :' th - wrll ��� ata he I, an I as thli
' was a >i api 'ie le I, the 1 tter �� as <''>"-
signed in the wa il - paver basket,
its, Twelfth St. ear line, each,
���
$300. ���
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I DIAMOND & CORBOULD \
RESIDENT AGENTS. t
an American Fire Ins. Co.   nnd Empire Accident and Surety Co.   ^
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&
$2900.00
b x > excuse to be without a House when you can get I
"ne already furnished ready for the purchaser
tojstepin.   New house, six rooms furnished, two lots, splendid location
$2900.00, terms.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
Tho Farm Land Specialists,    -     Nea, Westminster ^
.  ,.,,,	
-   .-���"..-"_.'w..:'_i*"..--._ -,.-��� ,..,,-���
Winn about that endowment policy
in the Mutual Life at Canada? it will
pay you to Bee S W. Bodley al 260
Columbia St. This is the oclid Company.
Russell Sherwoo I. o ilx ye n <h.l
boy, broke his teg yesterday atte
noun bj falling nil' ! .e sieiownii. near
his _ iihe r's resldeni e, The lad was
taken to the Royal Columbian hospl��
ml, where the limb was set. The lit*
tie [ell iw -.ril be able to leave the
Institution .n the course of the nexl
r w days.
Monso rn tea,  10 cents per packet,
at the Home of Plenty,    256    Profll
***
street.
Mis. K. .1. llm I". <if All'iMiil. wh i
hies been visiting (rlendi In ihie city
nn- a couple of day*, lefl tor her home
yesterday morning. She ri greatjj
pleased with the Uttle town in whlc.i
hi husband.Is now devoting his energies t.i the publication i>f B wbeKly
paper, and is enthusiastic believer ln
future of Alberni,
Meals at. the WimlHnr hotel 250,   ��*
Superintendent of City WnvUsTho-
raas Karnes.,  has  completed  his in-
ectlon of the Sappertofl park, ami
will hand  In   his   report  ou  cost  of
:.t ,  etc.,  ti   eri>  cjinifi!  ki
Sapperton Siii^rials. r 6-roomed
houses, newly painted and renovated]
, throughout, $ir.oo each, Keary streol
! near Columbia, New 7-roomed mod-|
j ern house near Brunette street, $1609.
Eaaj terms. White & Shiles, 280 Col
. umbia Ktreet, city.
The Provincial minister of finance
an t igrlculture, Hon. R. <;. Tatlow,
Is circulating blank forms among the
farming communities to be fl led oul
bj farmers desiring any kind of farm
| or household laborers. In a circular
accompanying tin' CorniB, the minister
states t.ini under a contracl entered
Into with the Salvation Army, a large
number of Immigrants will arrive h re
in the spring of 1908, and that they
will be directed to parties'needing laborers, In the tennis which are being
circulated, farmers are to siv the
n im n of lal orei - wanted, wages of
fered, length of Bervlce, and other Information.
Manager W, li. Keary, of tin- li. \.
,v i booI ity, 'denies the' statement
rive'ii out in Calgary, and reproduced
In yeBterday's News, b> the runner
,\. .1. Burn thai besides the' 1250 in
i a ih which the sooietj wns tei give I
him ror racing here in exhibition week
he was also to gel b $250 cup us a
. or his victory, A> cording to
; the mayor, Burn and his manager
called in his eilUiT s'viM-iil timet, and
;isUe.| for more than the ttjescrlbed
$250, Tin*) were willing to accept m-
dera on merchants for clothlpg or almost anything, provided thes opuld
gel more returns toi th> race which
was run her -.
.1. V. Thompson, b well known eiiin-
: ins i ii.-iH.i im- mni timber ciuisci-. returned tn the cit>    yesterday   after
B] endthg abOUl six weeks In cruising
I around  Port  Douglas, at the head of
, Harrison  lake.    Here he  staked   out
aome fine timber belts, and also pns-
I ectel to some extent. Coming across
valuable copier ore deposits,  which,
i however, h:\il been staked some years
ago by a man who hai gluve   -tired
i from t.ie prospecting field, consequent
; upon his becoming heir to    a large
estate in eastern Canada.    Although |
the   original    locator's    claim   hokU
gni.l   for another year, stakes    have
been driven on the leael by the agent
of >��� man named Brown, of Vancouver,
who  is anxious to obtain control of
the i roporty.
FOR
IFURNITUREI
Carpets,   Linoleums.   Oilcloths. Window Shades. Pictures and
Picture Frames. Go Carts,    Lace   Curtains.   Portiers,   Upholstering, Cabinet Work, Sheets,   Pillow  Cases,  Blankets,     Etc
It  will   pay  you to  try
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
TEL.   73 COLUMBIA   STREET. NE WWESTMIMSTER. B.C    ���
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Mr. Empolyer
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORK
MAN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
ALL LIABILITY ON ACCOUNT
OF ACCIDENTS TO EMPLOYEES
BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY
INDEMNITY TO INJURED WORKMEN AND THE COST IS MODERATE. PHONE, CALL OR
WRITE AND I WILL GIVE YOU
FULL PARTICULARS.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK. PAGE  SIX
TITE DAILY NEWS.
FRlDAy. 0CT
Follow direct ior?
with Sunlight Soap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric.
Use It In
The
Sunlight Way
Five Cents A Bar
V
I
Boys' Rubber Coats, $3.00 the
Coat.
Boys' Shower-proof Coats, $5.50,
$6.50 and $8.00 the Coat.
Boys' Warm Overcoats, $5.00,
"$5.50, and $6.00 the Coat.
Boys' Caps.  25c,  50c, and 75c
the Cap.
Black Sou Westers, 35c
each.
Boys' Umbrellas.
I
Boys'
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The Wardrobe Clothier
I
The
ftdison
^Phonograph
THE
Acme
OF
Si
LOOKING FO R \J^"'"""'
THE BAND
Tne boy is right in nis surmise,
although nis method is more
forcible th
an reasonable
u��
A BAND IN EVERY
GRAPHAPHONE
%
Every Record means an extra selection hy the hand,
We have 3000 Records for you to
choose from.
J. H. TODD
New \V estminster s Music House
STEAMER OWNER      |\1cQU ARRIE     &     Q��]
GROUND-IN A FOG Reai Estate Brokers Insurance Agents     Financial AgenJ
FRONT ST.
Princess May Also Gets Into
Trouble at Victoria���No
Damage.
Phone 333 pront ST.   Phone 333 front st
v;, toria, li. ��'.. Oct. 17.- The *team-
��� rs Charmer ancl Princess Maj both
...nl mishaps this morning owing to
tie . -.-, si eather. The Charmer ran
aground while entering the harbor,
and was towed t<> the wharf bj the
Rithet. sii ��� was agroun I for a coup-'e
of hours, bul is not serii ubIj damaged.
Tlie. i': ini ��� 3s ri.. . i'. hlle entering
the harl i t on the ti i from Seattl -.
imi  iniei  .i   boon,   il s.i    -,v -
e: ie-e .��� Un - undi r slow  Bteam and as
.:  resull   was   nol    damaged,      Thia
ali ne sa Fed aer fr un i onsiderable in
Jury.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
eash, balance terms.
.'.
9, 10,  12, 13,  1 I,  IS
Tl. 72, 73, 7 1
. ���),
9, 20, 28, 66,
iubdivision 3, In ��� ibui ian
erton;   prices   ranging
100* acres, less 3^1 for new railway,
Township 4, Sec, 11; all bottom laml.
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
iei acres under-drained, ditched a!'
round and fenced around ami through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
Bufflcii nt feed fi abi ul 3 10 head of
stock, Price $soco; terms one-third
cash, bal, to su I purchaser. One mile
from Btatiou on ni w car line,
Loi 22, blocl. B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size (1600.
160 ach iris a nut two imi1 ��� from
Aldergrove Btatlon,  30
anl partlj   fenced, l house, barn  month!
and stable.   Pric? $16 per acre; |1760
I
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UNION   OF MINISTERS  NEXT.
Cleveland     Preachee's     Complain     ol
Meagre  Salaries.
N'ew   Y. rk,  Oct,   ri    The  Tribun ���
receive I   'i.e-  following  dispatch
from Clev I ind: ' I levi land i n tchei a
aave rai i : their voices for a raise- In
pay, and one lia- ge me - i far as to
- iggi si a union, bj  n .i'ii I o enfi roe
Lots 2,
16, 17. i>i
an i 77 i
block   11,
from $125 to $200.
���; room house <>n Hamilton street,
modern  Improvements.    One  lol
, .. lol 60x132. Price $1-400.
islance  In  monthly  pay-
s room house, all modern Improve
��� . : aired lot, Sherwood street, cash, balance to be arranged,
pei   :.    Price $2700.   ?! ash, l% ACRES, Btock 9, Lot No. 2,Dist.
ince. on time. i/et >.; south side of the river, near
:y, acres land next to Royal Oak! bridge,   $300;  hair cash.
��� i,    bas  been  cultivated,    not a 2 lots,  182x132, N.-w. corner ol
stump on It, now ir. grass, 28 bear 10th Street   and   St. Andrews,   Price
lng  trull  trees,  all  kinds,    Bufflcienl $1060; half cash.
��� r tn build good large  barn
Full Blzed i.. ���
of Regina  Si
avenues, wesi
$400;   hill   1
���I   Lots
13th street.   $1200 c
- HOUSES . lot, Keai
Sapperton; S n
!!?J.: i
:.
4th
-.-iti
A
*���:,
I
shed
shed.   $1000 eat
ance easy,
77:,s ACRES ���
ploughed and - :            ���
1-:  % Sect. 5    . ,ere
acres cleared  cash, one th .
���' '.ir|
-.
tniitj
7 LOTS   120
1  lot* clean I, .
house, 177, chickoi     ��� ���    . -.      I
price jrijjo, 11
LES
i .1- ,.'- .in I barn and large chick-
.. bouse tor al out 250 chickens;
_������ . 1 wi 11;  near to Bchool and Irani:
2 lots on Sth St. between Bth and
6th Ave. on ea.-t side; full sized, 66x
132; Nos. 9 and L2,
a  demand  ten- a  higher scale of re-  all fenced.   Price $3500 . Terms $1600
April
muneration. Ini reasi I cost of 11a lng
is blamed, and the 1 barge is ma le
; bal salaries have not a Ivanced in
ien years, while neci sallies eef life
cost see much pri a -ie rs must .��� iueeze
. 'i-!i 1 enny."
"The aver igd pai toi'- work Is sadly   hampered   by   the   meagreneas ol   thirteenth street 88x132 onlj
cash, $1000 In April an I $l'"ii.i
fo   iwing, or $3400 c ish.
1 Lol 66x132 ft., S. V-. of -ri lane at
1 : and Queen's avenue.   Price
$1250; balf eash, bal, 6 months.
Block cm ner <>f Fourth avenu   an 1
-- - ndid lnv( stment,
Lol   20,  block    11  facing    Engil b
an and skimp  church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
to make both   street;  price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
his salary," said Dr. E. D. Bagby, of
the Franklin avenue church of Chrfst,
today.    "He  has  to
and figure ev iry penn
end   111, ' t."
"Way not a union?   The carpenters |acres for railway;   ri', acres sum d,
have one; why not a mion of the eli.;- 15 acre8 roughly cleared and fenced;
ciples ee;' the Carpenti r's Son?" asked 1 1-2 Btory house 18x28, lean too 11x28
another/pastor. Land lean too  16x22;  harn 30x32 and
  ! lean  too 32x14;   granary   lOxlG;   two
Hindus  Trek   South. chicken houses,  <rii-h    10x12;     wagon
both, half cash, balance easy.
ri-riri..              	
Block, corner of Auckland K- llth St. and Koyal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
100 acres, 2 miles from city.
$+0 per acre
Two lots "n 18th street, be-
tween 7tli and Sth avenues.
,;   N,'Kh*  8 '  I' ;|
I'"1   '''���  ''"" aln roail
and   Brum tti .,.   J
roomed   bou e; roogl
kitchen nne! thre U^J
ed; conservatory   10 or 10 (eet
Price $1000 for  heated by i Ipi ...1
15   bearing trull   trei  ; 1 Dsideratfl
stock ready tee planl ;, ^T
5 acre . clean d, llghl tim er <jh reJ
malnlng acre; 1 q ,,\;   1, ^,1
from school.    Price $3000; ball cashj
bal, in 6 months al 7 pei ci
1   Lol   88x132,
$800  cash.
I
13th I]
2 houses corner or   Merriva]   and
Agnes;  full sized lot;    city block 31,
he!   11;    one house rents fur $25, the
other $10;   flush  elosets  and  all cop-
beattle,  Oct.  l..���A  score oi   Hln-jshed 20x30;  small milk house, Bmall nected    with    sewers.     Prici��� $3,500.
du.-- ani Afghans came from Vancou-  orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 '..earing Cash $2,000,   balance In b, L2 and 18
ver yesterday, and after spending the   fun trees; natural spring well. Price months at 7 %.
day in Seattle, wenl to Portland. The   $6000;  $2000 cash, halance easily  ar-'    Lots  14  and   IG of  l of 0    of    4
Asiatics aaid thn theii   final destina- Jtynged at 7 per cent. (cleared.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-2
tion was Chico, c.,l��� where thej   will      Fu��� Blzed lot 0��� T1)ll��� Btreeti llt!_
seek employmenl In a matclj factory. [tween Royal and Queens avenue east
side.-, new house; $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $10 ach,
With one or two exceptions they had
discardi el their turbans.
cash, balance f> nionths at
:; LOTS, ' 5, 6 & 7,   ��� ized _3i|
;: ��� cleared, up; er   id  ... nue ,_���[
tween 1st and rii l Strei ts. !'..<< $.m|
each.
���I LOTS, 2 lots from lsl Street aa.|
Oth Aven ie on Bouth side No, 35, .(J
37 & 38, full size'. Price $1100 for thj
four, or $300 each;  b
Double   tenem< nl   bou ll       I
1st and 2nd St.;  l : $1,700;
cash half and half in 61 it! -|
Hi ms for $10 each tenant,
in acres V. section 11, S. ���_ of E Hi
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles trom :rii]geoJ|
Haworth road, Surrey;   ie" isi     . [
1 u storey house.  ; ���-���'������.: :.���    r\
other 11 can  be al !��� : 'ril
shack;  l\_   acres  cleari 1 seedt_|
per cen'
Lot 11 on Bberbrook street of 11 of w't-h clover, red; fairly 1
One   mile   from   shlngli Pncil
$1,200;.  terms half cash, I ilance 1|
months at
Synopsis     of    Canadan     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
An.\ even num er -ei si ction of Do
jminion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
nol 11 serve l. m ij 1 e homesteaded b.
any person wh 1 is the sole hi ad of a
family
age, to the extenl of one-quarte
tion of 160 acres, mme or less.
Application for entry musi
made in person by the applicanl al
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district In which rii
land is situate. Entry by proxy may,
however, be mad.' al an agency on
certain rendition.; by the lather, mother, sen. daughter, brother or sister of
an Intending homesteader,
The homesteader Is rejuired to per-
form the homestead duties under one
of the following plans:
(ll    At
C LOTS PACING 4th AVE., Ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $1,000
CASH,'AND BALANCE IN 0, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT  67c.
3. cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits      Westerly  I, 11 of 63, Bub. Block!
$60 each   lot.    fuller  particular", on 132x132 corner 100 feci Bquare;  :��o|
pnn..e.. houses drawing $28 per month.  Price!
1    ���' $5,000, half 'ash, balance In 6 and 111
HOUSE and LOT nionths.
Centrally located in a coniniman ling      jcq gg   u ,,f Section 26, Dist.
situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of 10 acres,partly cleare-1. Kanaka crefli
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lava-
lory, electric light; nice luun; loi
66x132, with lane In rear; part of lol
set out. with fruit (rees. Prii" $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 X 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cusn, balance easy.
Part nf lot
���;'), Joins Lake Comniur.
{25   per   acre
liouse and cottage on Columbia Bt.,
or any  male <���-.       Is year., of   house rents for $25, cottage  for $12;
$5,000, easy terms.
27 V. acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, IV2 storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring.      Balance  about   70  acres,   only
of    property   easily   cleared.     Price   Half cash.   Jump.
$4,700;      $2600 cash, balance C      7 lots No8_ S1 to ge nnd g5( rt5 fa(VS
and 12 months. on 8th avenue> noxt to Guni:s ranch
This property is only y3 mile from   4 lots cleared without a stump; small
tram  line.   Over  two hundred  chick-   house,   chicken     housp,     175
east  six months' residence  ens and ducks could be sold with the   chickens; horse and rig-   $1500 cash
upon  and   cultivation of  the land   in  property at a snap.     ~   , on   . '
each year for three years. ' I/0ts n'' n a'"' L0 of 11 of ;!- Prlc��
(2i   A homesteader may, if he see r~-mmmm~���m~~��� "Tl $500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
lesires, perform the 'required , resi-       1   1-2   acres,    more   or      balance 6 months at 7 per cent
dence  duties   by  living  on    farming       1 ��� 1-1    ri - '''"" sizCl1 '"' "n Royal avenue, be
mud owned  solely  by  him,  noi  less      less>     in      OlOCK,      COF-      tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-
ihan eighty  (80)  acres in extent, in       yieY  of llth Street  and      ea. $1,200, $800 cash
^e vicinity of his homestead.   Join . Acreage on Vancouver 1     t   ���   <"-.
ownership in land will not meet this       -h-OVal     avenue,    invalU-     : o! Oil ley road.   $225 per acre.   Acreage is selling fust at this price.
(3) tf tbi' faille i- im- mother, if the
father is diseased) of a homesteader
nas permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than   eighty   (80)   acres  in 'extent,   in
the vicinity of the homestead, or up-l Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, coin-
on * homestead entered for by him | prising some of the finest residential
In the vicinity, such homesteader may sites in the city for sale exclusively
perforin his own residence duties by ky us. This magnificent property is
living with the father (or mother)..   ; situated on the comers of Fourth nve-
(4) The term "vicinity" in the two nue, First street (facing Queen's
preceding paragraphs is defined as park- and Emory street, comprising
meaning not more than nine miles in ; in all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on
a direct line, exclusive of the width i First street at $700 (excepting the cor-
of  road  allowances crossed    in    the | ner  lot  facing  Fourth    avenue    and
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.
No. 808.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 r'c.
No. 306.���ri-i-o imeil liouse, with bath
room, corner of Gth and  Agnes St.
runnin-,' through ; goo I :��� ��� ' I
nortii   of   Webster's c irm r;     '      \
mill .-ind PO. al the we I
ber worth >7 per acre;
���1 mile's   from    Porl    H Prleel
$2,100;  terms $1,100 1 I '.ince ar
ranged.
Large lot and  two cottages on C> |
lumbia slreet, Sapperton.   B rii rente;
at $lii each.
One and one-half storey bouse and
full size lot, situated north Bide ol
Royal avenue anel corner of McKlnnU
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot an.
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; fine view. Price $1,800. $9M
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qu��^s
choice  ai)d 3rd Ave., second lot from Que6"'1
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside and  back.     Price   $1'000:
half cash, balance easy it 7   .
160 acres Improved bee :
ancl sheds complete, near Cloverda
all under cultivation, $15.coo.   U V*
can   handle   this, don't  delay;  't's a
bargain; terms can be ar !
trFor  the  above  tour        ' "" '
special price will be made I ' ���:"' :
chaser.
House 30x42, Ith St., between 111
and Bth Ave.; 2 single ami 1 doul)le
bedrooms upstairs, and
down stairs; parlor, dining
Price $4,000; terms '2 cash, balance   chen and pantry.
bath rn,,ra
; ell Uli, M"
Full SlZI el   I"1  riin"
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
\
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxidermist and Fur
Dresser
26 Pender Sl.. Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
5 �������������������������� �������������������������������������������������� <���*�����*����������������� ���������������������������������������������������
measurement.
(5) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties in accordance with the.above while living
I with parents or on farming land owned by himself must notify the agen,:
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
V.*. W, CORY,
Deputy of tli-�� Minister of the Interior.
N.  B.���Unauthorized publication    f
this advertisement  will  not
for. . _
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
No. 310.���9-roomed House and bath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; if. cash,
balance 3 and 6 nionths at 7 %.
No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   &
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
ning hack lo Ash St.    Price
$3,800:
$1,500 cash, balance at
at 7 per cent.
5    per
vear
First street, held at $1000); two lots 1 acres under Cultivation   10 acres or-
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600  chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
X 32; 14-post frame house and co*
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
���th avenue,
,���] Scco"'1
$400
per lot; four lots, ii2 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at Qtir office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton: rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars.
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and Sth avenue; 2 corner lots
be paid; $250; 4 Inside lots $200 each. Price
' $9*0, cash.    Single lots at cash.
Three ful sized lots on I
north side between First
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7.    l'lice
each or $1100 for tie three.
Full sized lot, north side '<' ""^
llton street between Sixth and K'S
streets; $235.
28  acres on    Mara  road, Bu"l8v8
FEW   l)-'0b
$160 an acre   FOR   A
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,
and 2 years at 7 %���
halance
1  lot No. 24 on  13th. street l��J
$200 casti-
Jt  sielP
I11
2 scan horses;  near Mission Station;
schqpls,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, flr and cedar, never been
logged;  $2,000   refused  for   standing,
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  (ten Ifulf'sizedNnt^   Price $2.^00.
house made of hewed Umber laid in icash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
mortar, 12 x 30.    A ehanra nf a life-1 J.     .  u   i' Jl, I4
��me, WOO, $4,000 cash, baiance at 6 ^ �� ���* g^^ ^
Per cent ...   -. cash, balance 6 months at T %���
side of 4th avenue.   Prlff'
Block 12 on 12th St.,
one-third OCT.
18.  1907
Till: DAILY NEWS.
PAC.L SEVEN
A Boon to the Royal City
KYLE'S GOOD CHEER STORE
Where you can purchase Clothing of
every description; Groceries always fresh;
Boots, Shoes, Rubbers, Umbrellas, Rainproof Overcoats, etc., etc., and all at
Rock Bottom Prices
���
i
We have been christened the "Home of
Plenty" only because of the large stocks,
of every variety of goods we keep.
SIMIAN SCRAPS
I       WITH BABY GIRL
Monkey Grabs Child and
Severely Scratches and
Bites   Screaming   Infant.
s, okane, Oct, 17.���Wild screams al
liieiin todaj attracted a large crowd to
Posl streel nnd Riverside avenue,
where a  monkej  had a two year-old
i        d0�� n   em   the  siebw :el|,   biting  It
while the frantic mothei  tore at the
animal In an efforl to sum. her child.
Mrs.   a.  Jorgenson, ol    230    Posl
streei, was wheeling her chilel when
they   passed  n  large    and  ferocious
monkey held bj J. A   Bel ,   With mt
warning the animal broke away, leaped Into the babj  carriage and threw
the baby tei the street,    Mrs. Jorgen-
sou mui Bel] bulb attempted to tree
; tie e iui i  rrom  the  monkej. but  Its
clutch was lien s-i-uiiK nnd ii bii the
. did ibrie timi - "ii the forehead before  the  babe  was   rescue 1.    w.ien
.. en pick* d up the child and carried
ll into ii nearbj drug store, Bell, with
��� he monkej. fled ei >�� n the streel pur- j
ied   v a crowd shouting:
"Kill the monkej. Ij nch him!"
Bell wns arreste i and taken to the
i It) .mi., along with the monkey,   He
was charged with  keeping a vicious
animal.
While being booked he Insisted thai
ie animal was nol vicious.   He had
no sooner made ibis declaration ihan I
the monkey bit him through the hand. !
i. iie i   the aniiiml  attempted to bite
several   policemen   at    headquarters
The child's injuries are nol serious,   j
Timber Notices
The Foundation of
Every "Progress" Coat
Tin- ;������-> el  looks,    e-.-ri shape        ;
we   i  ��� i.i" Progri ���   Brand" Coat,
depend on the pari  you  ne-' 11 sec
the iNSini-..
Tin-,  ii.-uri- shows the snatotrr   of
"Progress lirand" ^'uat.    Thepatenl
sleeve .iii.l  slinn'i.li-r  pads    ibe- strong
fill, genuine hair-cloth eeml thoroughly
shrunken canvas, This foundation is
mqjilded by haml anel held bv   hand
Still lees.
lt  is  this  perfect   building of the
foundation that gives perfection tothe
finislieel   " Progress
Brand" garment.
" Progress Brand "
Suits ami Overcoats
prove that tbey are
made   right,   by   the
wear they j;ive.
MorrftFH ,'i
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<j)ppOfvr-ss
H.   l_.   de BECK
FRY'SJMMB
RYAU'S DRUG STORE
KYLE &.
Thone 276.       255 Front Street.
11 orders carefully made up and ctelivered to all parts of the City.   Special
attention given to all telephone orders.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE thai Harriel Pord,
en Hammond, B. C., occupation lady,
; Intends to applj for a special timber
license over the following described
lamls; in N'ew Westminster district,
commencing at a posi planted at the
north easl corner of 'rimber Limit No,
8663, N<\\ Westminster Dist., tnence
s mth su chains, east 80 ciiains, north
50 chains, and wesl !sU chains, to poinl
eif commencement,
* HARRIET PORD,
Per H. S, Pord, agent.
October I, 1907.
JUST RECEIVED CARLOAD OF
RRIQUETTES
for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY BROS, lid
ic are
T oors locked to keep out the crowds attending
JAMES & FREELAND'S
Great
Sale!
Saturday will be the biggest day of all.
New prices and lower prices in every Department.    You can't afford to miss it!
$12.00 Suits for - - - $6.95
$20.00 Suits for - - $11.95
$12.00 Raincoats for - $6.95
Rubber Coats up for  -  $2.95
Everything for men.   Fare paid from Westminster on $25.00 purchase.
James Si Freeland
The Men for Men
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriot I
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lad .
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
binds on Texada Island. Commencing
at a poat planted at the south west
corner of lot IB, thence south SO
chains easl 80 ehains. north so chains,
and we il 80 chains to point of com-
ir.e'-.ii'. men'..
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. ll. Fo-.-d. Agent,
October  I, 1907.
	
3. TAKE KOI U'V.    that    Harriet I
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Intends to applj tor a special Timber
License over tbe following described ;
lands.
Comtnenc.us at a post planted at
the south west corner of Timber l.iiii- ,
It BS28, thence west Su chains, uirili
SO chains, ess! Si) chains ami south
so cliains tee poini of commencement.
October I. 1807.
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. 11. Pord, agent. |
1.   TAKE   NOTICE   that    Harriet |
Ford, ut' Hammond, occupation lady,
Inten ls to appply for a Bpecial Timber
License oven- the following described
lands on Texa la Island,
Commencing al a posl planted at
tho south east corner of Timber Limit No. 9828, thenoe south 80 Chains,
wast 80 chains, north 80 ihains. and
east so chains, to point of conum nei
menl.
l!.\Ul.lKT~FOUn.
Per s. il. Pord, agent,
October 4,  1907.
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: We Have Got Them Now
X -lusl   to hand  from  THE OLD   COFXTRY     a   large   consignment
i   of  beautiful  colored  warm-lined Slippers.      vol"    BHOULD    BBE *
���   THKM.   The variety is pleading ami attractive, while the prices ar
O   euprlBlngly MODERATE.
t
��� \
Again   we   have  just  taken oui   of    bond   a   very   select   consign-  J
*}    menl   of the famous  Dick   Waterproof Boots. .Boys' for School Wear,  2
+    Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather.    For dry, warm feet  4
��� try the Dick Hoot.    Only at 4
I The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St. f
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor ��
��� *)*>"*>*)���" *>*>-'+*>i    �������'   <>���'   �����     *���*.������������:'���������".������:.'.������-"������:���   �����*����������*     *������..=
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
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The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
g ��
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I
1
,r). TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a siieclal Timber
license over the following described
lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the smith easl comer of Timber Limit
No. B827, thence south so chains, wesl
SO chains, north so chains, ami east
SO chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4, 1907.
Phone 101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
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110 Cordova Street.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
:l
6. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, ot Hammond, B. C, oeecupfttton
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. 9S23, thence south 80 chnins, west
80 chains, north 89 chains, and enst
SO chains, to point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, Agent.
October 4,  1907.
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia  Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF NEAT
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THE DAILY NEWS.      Hfl
PR ID AY, 0CT
l; i'fe.
'�����*'"���     el
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.���:���&,
��� fill.
NEW COTTAGE
A  nice  ni-'.v   cottage just oompleted, east end. close to Columbia
rtwel car. splendid view, close to large mills and facl iries; just tiie
thing for working man.    Price $1200;
\>| . . ,|.;;, terms; *i111 <������> -li. balance monthly to suit you.
There's bo economy in  buying
"cheap*  salt.     Al   prrsent  prices
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more  than   imported   salt.    It  is
pure and never cakes.
197 W
MAN AND BOY HAVE BEEN
MISSING TEN DATS
Commissioner Under   Arrest.
New  Void,.  <)<i.   17.���Policy    Com
inisrieeii' r    Thee lore    Bingham    was
., , d  onder   arw st   yesterday,   following tb<- ���-' rvice upon hlm of pa- j
;,, _> ia a ci. ii sull in which damages ���
of $26,000 an- asked.   The complain-1
ams are ex Police Captain 0.  fteyn- J
olds, who wei--  ejected    from    head
quarters yesterday, where    ho called
to lodge n formal protest againsi his
enforced retiremenl from 'lie department,
W.J.KERR.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
FIRE INSURANCE
WE  REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES:
Capital
NORTH   BRITISH   AND   MERCANTILE  $14.6C0.0OO
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 necessnry.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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PAPERS
\Y/E are opening
" another shipment of the Eaton-
Hurlburt Papeteries
High class goods.
The mysti rlous disappearance eet  i
man ami boy  which  is causing con-
Blderable anxiety and distress to the
families concerned is occupying ihe
attention  of the   Provincial    polici.
The mail  is  named   ri.  Silver ami  lie I
was  ii   band  logger on   Reed  island, I
aboul il miles from Nanaimo, Stating
only ilmi In- was going to Nanaimo on
business,   be  lefl   ihe   island   in   eom-'
pany with the boy. Albert  Lawrenc -.
in .a large blue fishing boat  on the
morning of Tuesday, Oct, 8,    At live'
o'clock that same evening they were
seen ai Nanalmo, but since that time -
Hei   trai f  them  or of  lhe   bo.it   ha.;
been discovered. Silver is reported
in have henl a double barreled gun
wiih him win n li.- left Revel Island
where his wife an 1 two children are
now eagerly awaiting news of him.
The police in Nanaimo have been in-
i vestlgatlng ibe- mystery so far with- i
out resull ami this morning a brother
of Silver came across to the Provincial   poiic  headquarters  to   put  tbe
circumstances before them.    If any-
-   i
r one  has   foiiiie! the  boat,  communlca-
1 tion should be made with the police.   ',
.:
J. J. MACKAY y COS
BOOKSELLERS   STATIONERS   NEWS DEALERS
To Form Hop Pool.
Portland, Oct.  IT.���Steps are belm
taken io farm a hop pool in Oregon ol
a  magnitude never before attempted
in this di- any other state,    ll  is pro- j
posed to withdraw all the unsold hops !
of the Oregon crop   of    1907���more
than  160,000 bales���from the market '
until   they  can be  sold   for a  certain
price considerably  above    that   now
current.    What   this price  will   be is'
not   stati'd.   but   it   is   probable     the
i growers will fix upon fifteen or twenty rents as the minimum.
I
X
L
Pocket
Knives
See  our   line   of  this
celebrated make of En-
lish Cutlery
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
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 190a. ami of which the committee of
award wrote, that the Monarch was given the highest award on tne first
ballori and if there had been any higher prize offered the Monarch Range
would have received it.
HIGH   PRAISE   INDEED.
BRYSON & SONS
Theatres  Must  Close   Sundays.
Kansas City.   Mo.,   Oct.   IT. ���4 The
grand jury in the criminal court  here j
today   returned   nineteen  Indictments
against  managers of tbe  Kansas City i
theatres  for  keeping their  places of
amusement open on Sundays.   The In-
dlctments had   been asked by .Judge;
William  li.  Wall.ice, who gave notice |
two weeks ,1140 that he Intended enforcing the Sunday closing law,   The '
theatrical   managers   had     secured   11
temporary Injunction restraining the
closing of their places.    Warrants will
now   be  served    and
broughl to trial.
the   manage":
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
AGENTS
1
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rubbers!
Death List Thirty-eight.
Fontenet, Ind., Oct,  17���The latest,
estimates of the destruction wrought |
by the explosion of the Dupont pow-1
der mills Tuesday morning    is   that
thirty-eight   persons  were  killed, 600
injured, fifty seriously, and a property
loss of approximately $750,000 caused.
From  a   workman   employed   in     the
glazing mill ii was learned today thai
a "hot box." due to too much friction
on the shafting, causing sparks to l.e j
transmitted   to   some   loose   powder,
was in all probability the cause of the
terrific catastrophe.
Real
Saving
Whether or not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we save you money
on everything thai druggists
sell. Our first aim is to supply
our nude.' wiih dependable
goods; our second to save our
customers something on the
cost- We are invariably successful in both these intentions.
T. A. MUIR
DRUGGIST
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83
We have the sole agency
for the best rubbers manufactured today. Ask for
them. Manufactured in
Canada by the Maple
Leaf Rubber Co., Port of
Dalhousie.    ::    ::    ::   ::
London Bishop Leaves for Home.
New York, Oct. 17���Many friends
and acquaintances of ihe Bishop of
London, who has been a guest in the
United States during ihe past week.
gathered at the dock today to bid
bim faii'wei; on bis departure for
home. The bishop was a passenger
011  lhe steamship Celtic.
Ladies!
XOW is  the  time  to  begin  your  ]'\-
rography work for Xmas presents,
Plenty  of
WOOD  TO   BURN
 AT '	
:
Big Floods Menace France.
Parts, Oct. 17.���Dispatches from the
centre nnd south of France Unlay all
confirm Uie worst, reports of destruction caused by the floods. Jn hundreds of cities and towns there is
from two to ten feet of water in the
streets, The weather is clearing and
the  worst appears to be over.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Big Sale'
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-OF
i
lete
All Wool Dressl
Goods
THIS WEEK
50c Per Yard
Regular 65c to $1.25   values.
A reduction of prices righl in the middle of the Dn
son���now���when everj   person is looking for new dn
OUR REASON    \*ri   have' in,my  odd  lines of Dres   G
probably om' piece nf each kind ami othei lines in ndi -
are not the quick* si sellers, and tei clear oul ail these ...
we are- in iking just such reductions as stated above.
If vein need a knockabout skirt or a dress for any of the
will Pud execellent choice among these,    'in  sale this week.   See
our large show window fora tew lines.    Regular pri'-   6      i $1.25.
Sale Price, 1 er yard        50:1
Choose Your New
Fur Now
There is a great choice la the neck  scarfs   just now    and 1
most popular lines are being picked up quick.   We havi' lust -
up some excel lenl  low  priced Purs.
Women's and Misses' Imitation  Mink   Collars,  iii  a greal   varli .
of shape's ami qualities, now showing al from l"..mi to $37.50
Black, White, Tan, and Grey Coney  Ruffs, ai!  lengths Bl
Each  ?2.25 to   $6.00
Genuine  Mink Collars..   When buying I-'urs it pays to buj
and  without a doubt  it   pays to buy a good  mink.    Ask to   ������  ''���"
goods.   \v,. are showing the b sl at tli. =-.��� prices.   Kadi $1-1 to $100.
New  Fur Tails..   Maybe your eld fur can  be  fixed  up as
new by the addition of some new   tail,    choice   Sable  anel   Man
���alls, each  25c 10    7=c.
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE   STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster
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WE ARE NOT IN THE TRl ST
And  can  save  you   50  per  cent-
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B. C-
510 Richards St-, Phone 2125
Chiiliwack  Special
... House of Quality
Just Arrived
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:
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Rubber Shoe Man
J
...IMPROVED FARM...
90 acres, 70 acres cleared and under cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
remaining 20 acres in alder bottom land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated -V. miles from town on flrst class road.   The land produced :_i/2 tons of hay per acre this year and other crops In proportion.
THIS   SPEAKS  FOR   ITSELF.
Price  $9500.00 Easy Terms
A Full Line
of
STIFF HATS
also the
New Telescope
Your Overcoat
We have it in the
New Cravenette
They are
the Latest
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J* Eugene Brown & Co.
P. S.���GLOVES.
CASH CLOTHIERS   ij
St'*
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS

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