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 fjiite, Shiles & Co.
ml INSURANCE
Lw WESTMINSTER, B.C
JJJj ME 2, NUMBER 227
NEW WESTMINSTER, B..C., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 1. 1907
J��hite, Shiles & Co
\real estate
lumbia St. Phone 85
afc
10 CENTS PKK WEEK
estminster Welcomes Exhibition Visitors
rANCOUVER BACKS BOYS THREE BIG SHOWS
AGAINST TECUMSEHS    COMING NEXT WEEK
Indians With Mighty Reput- Never Before Were So Many
ation Fail to Strike Terror High Class Attractions
Into Terminal City Sports.     Offered to Theatre Patrons
Tecums hi
������-'������ I    comment-In.   : I  obi
lompanied with all due pomp ana   will  prey that   the   Vancouvers  may
eremon     the New  W stm.ini.te_ pro- J suffei   defeat   In order ' ha ���   thi   Red
.inclal   exhibition   will   be    formally   shirts maj have the privilege ol me I
.i   two o'clocl   this afternoon   ing���end  defeating -the  Toronto  In
bj tin   Hon. James Dunsmuir, neuten-   dlante   on   the   green   nexl   Batu
e-i   go erno  o   B Itisl  Columbia, Whi   Considerable    monej     will      change
consented ti   offlciati   at the im-   hands as the result of today';  game,
posing ceremon but  ll   wlll be merelj  a  teasei   com-
Tne   lieutenant governoi  will make   p|a_re)d  to whal   will happen    it    tin
sho     Bpeech   wnlch will be   precSS'   Tecumseh's   win.    After   nexl   Satur
ei      ini ,.- J   Trapp]   day,   New   Westminster  sports    will
presi '' ol   i    bi R       &      socii tyi and   either be in clover, or else borrowing
] folio* i     eplj   from  Manager-1 mone) [rom the  man who nevei
secre Kea     Thi cei num       The  attractions  for  today  include
������   will bi    bo    and noni ol thi Bpeeches'a  balloon   ascension,    about     Which
FAMOUS ROAD RACER    INCREASE IN VOTERS
REACHES THE COAST     LARGEST ON RECORD
Burns, of Calgary, Would Richmond District Leads in
Like Couple of Miles List of Nev/ Names-
Chopped Off Speed ;Trial.     Eighty Additional in City.
against a ooa     team ror  and ending Octobi    12  wil   be a ban-
week  In  thi   mi   ei    of amuse-
ne ii    i'o:   the   Mi v   Wi  ��� minster lhe
- b ilni     i han  thn
ee    blj   - companie    a    i '
thl    cl      and    equal   to  the
��� ei   the road, wil   all be here   in
week,   ihe   day.   being   Tuasdi
Thursd     and Saturday.
NYv,   WestffiiB pi opli    i ������   the
attendance  at    The   Isle  of  Since.
and more recently th<  "Little Johnny
Jones" production, showed the I "���'
rical   lungs  thai   thej   appreciated  a
good thing, with the result that mor
in.-  afternoon   In  thi
ting  im tc]    I
will be opposi i  : ���
|;..     ;    ,  "*    and on thi  result di
, ..    ���      in   Indian.-   v."!   11 m
���   Maple Leafs    foi
. ..   with the New v ���    min-
I thi   largesl   pui i     an3
ampionahlp.    The   Tecum
je the favorites, but the Vancouver
ne ���  without strong  con
Hdenci   ba   they will down the Fast-
t Thli   opinion  Is also snared
greal   many  *��*  thet:   bai   ���
'   wnnm  have  wagi n
\) ���   at the -nte ot  ffvt
manifestation     of   confi-
.        :    b<  part or the Vancouvi i
I      ::   'he  Vancouver aggregation
pei ���������    al  the hands of    the    New
���.   team  on   Bi pti mhej   _:.
instance serve?   as  another
Hlcatloi   <ef the   shade    of   opinion
p      '���   among  coast  people as re-
\      :  ���' ra lacrosse material
Tiie Vancouver club will have their
;   ' wi Ive on the Held    A team
will  bi   i ie. verj   little has been  heard  so far. ;
THE attraction ol  thi    ���      Ie un- grand electrical display al   nightfall
thi     Tecumseh-Vancouv.-.r and a concerl In the exhibition build-
mi   ch     i   ���   . devoul follow- lng, the New  Westminster ci ,
er ol  the game in New  Westminster t'i  supply Hi   music
LIBERALS ASSEMBLE Ar FRUIT CANNERY CLOSES;
VANCOUVER CONVENTION     SEASON NONE TOO GO00
attention is io be paid to this city i_j
nteresttog in vli w   ol  the  future.
The  first of thc- trio is "The Bisli-
oj ! Carriage,' which will be here on
Ten delegate, trom trjie city are
expected to no ovei to Vancouver this
afternoon for the purpose oi taking
part iu the liberal convention which,
Is to take place in T'< nde. hall, when
,). A. Macdonald, leade. oi the liberal
partj In B. C. will he present and
will dellvei an address to his follow-
I r
Tin    meeting   has   been  called  for
the purpose  ol discussing party mae
the evening ol Ootobei  8.   T'nis pro    ters, and delegates trom all parts of
Auction Is managed bj the same l��o-   the  province  will   be  in   attendance.
ple   wiio  produce   The  Squaw   Man.     Ten ele legates are allowed to he pres-
ont   of   the   most   successful   prodUC-, ent   for  each   member   in   the  provin-
lions of the season. ' cial  house,  and  at   this   rate,    there
Then come.-    The Time, the Race j should be something like four huntredj
eked     ::    prob-  *"���' the Giri," for Thursday evening,   representatives at the meeting today.
������'      ta i  until they are 1*8? to   OcWber  ">���    This  is a musical com-   01 curs,, all those elected to attend
Host oi   Um  aetlvt   <'d->   compaw   Of  fifteen stars,  with a   maj   nol   be  present,  and  many  dele-
htJn.   . bcn.s of tttj singer*   The oompaty  Bates will carry one oj more pTSxie*, U^ an(, a��� the pacfc| w)(h ,he ejp
carries  a .sixty-foot  box   car  loaded  bul   i.   is expected thai nearly three j cept|on of a couplo of cai.loai1s  haK
fine scenery, md  all  the other   hundre.i men will 1*? present. falrefcdy been sold.
i
���' ��       !"��� een hand  in
thi    i '-euUv*. will (Jjerefow
���  ti   pick ��� letr iiest men.
Tne New Westminster Fruit Canning company has closed down for
this year, after a none too siuccess-
fii 1 season. The lack of stilfieient
help was resiionsible for the small
pack, which does uot exceed 200,000
pounds of fruit. In spite of repeated
advertising for workers. Mr. Haigh,
manage:- of the company, was unable
to get enough hands of the right kind,
with the result that tons of fruit at
reasonable rates had to be refused.
The pack includes cherries, |u",ims.
pears, rhubarb, beans, apples, etc.
Over hall a million pounds were canned in 1906, making this year's pink
of 200,000 pounds look Insignificant
In comparison
The manager reports that there s
a splendid demand for canned fruit as
put up in  the  New Westminster fac-
A. .1. Burns of Calgary, a road Be ween tive md six hundred new
racer known all over America arrived nam* will appear on the provrhcIW
In the citj yestei lay and will lose no voters list for the- New Westminster
time in getting ready tor los 10-mlld   distrii    when  It  is  revised and pub-
i,;,���,i   race wiih W, R. Chandler, ol Vancou-   liBhed   he nexl time-.
ver, which is billed in the exhibition]     This ls by far the largest tncrea
    program   foi   tttmorrow   afternoon   at   tha:   bas  ever  yet   been  recorded  in
3:30 o'clock. Mr. Burns is accom- thi. district, and the figures are grat-
nied bj his manager. James Mc- ifylng as showing the rapid deVelOp-
Ewen, who is an athlete of more than ment of the lower mainland,
local reputation Besides looking af-.| T!l<- time for registering applicant (tutus' Interests, he is trainer of! tions to be placed on the list expired
the Caledonian football team of rial-: last evening and the list will now he
gar'y. They are both stopping at the j revised and puMisned. S. A. Fletch-
Metropole hotel,  Vancouver. ! er,   registrar  of  voters,  remained  at
The man from Calgary was eon-1 his office last evening until ten o'clock
Siderahly  surprised and   disappointed   to  receive  the  applications of strag-
on his arrival here to find that the
time foi the race had been changed
from Friday to Wednesday as he had
hoped to get in at least three aays
practice before the big event. As it
is he will only have the benefit of one
glers. Any further applications re
ceived will not, be dealt with until
next spring, when the next half-yearly revision takes place.
The  Provincial voters'  list   is  now
used  in Dominion elections and it is
run to loosen up his joints after the therefore doubly important mat all
rai'.way journey. He had TiTs final British subjects who have resided at
practice late yesterday afternoon on least six months in the province
the road around Stanley park- should  he on the  list-
Mr. Burns has applied to the chair-. Tr,e great bulk of the increase was
man of the special features committee recorded in Richmond provincial el-
to have the race an eight-mae "ev -ni ectoral district, where 246 new names
instead of ten, and he was assured wm, a(j^e(j. The great influx of set-
that the society would not object, pro-' t]cTg int0 B���rnaby and Sonfh Yancor.-
,ided   C'hanrdier   was  agreeable.    He
ver,  along  the   proposed   New West-
���      ���  . 'rii-.   1 le)
...
accessor lees   weosa-y
: ���-:���-.!��>  morning  far    the   production,
-.nee  leaving Toronto.     \
���  �� ���  assembled to eee  them
and  thi   wnera;  v.rdict was
the   Indiana  were in fine form.
������ wed good  speed   and   tki Ir
B  and  the    combination
ngh wm ol thi   ���' rei i >
: lite   possible   fh*1   they
' ���'; rise for the Tei
this    aftern t The
. ���  I at ftrrei   fe'eiock.
:   BOQceestnl       The  de$agatee   from  New Westmin- I    kftet having lyen for the past two
gter .are:   Aid.   B.   W.   Styles,   nobert   years  manager of the  New Westmin-
The Mayor oi  Tokyo"   will   armv , .lardine. H. Cilley, ,1. Reid. ,T. W. Mar-   ster   Fruit   Canning    company,     Mr.
on  Saturday   evet-lng.    ll  is as "good   DohaSfi,  Capl.  Mayers. Cant. .1. Rog-   Haigh  has  severed    his    connection
as the others, and has one of tbe he.-T  ers. ri TV Deans, .1. C  Brown and Mr.   with the firm, and will leave today for
reputations on the road Courteufcy. I California       ���
SCHOOL TRUSTEES ASSBWBLE
believes he can tnakf a better show-' minster-Eburne tram line is 'respon
ing in an eight-mile run than in the sib]e for a great many of the new
longer distance, while on the other vnters. The district in the vicinity
hand it is reported that Chandler pre- of .gfeveston has also filled up won-
ferfe fey distance from ten to fifteen ; flerfui.y.
mi,eB- The rapid settlement of the division
Arrangements   arc.   under  way     CO   of DeUa that has been golnK on flul-.
have four men start in the mce in- ing the ]ast year is a]S0 plainly re-
stea I of two as was at first proposed. flpcted in the ]j8t. no less than 169
Irish Sehragg, formerly of Caigfrry, new voters will be eligible to mark
and now of Vancouver, and C. W. tbelT lia)lots in that distiTct at tho
Simpson, of Vancouver, have .applied m>.( e]ectioT1 ir they _\] turn out.
, Entrance and have been accepted, ^ ^j^ p���,rf,n,nEe o{ increase
*;": ���" ":of the four divisions is found in Xo'v
Westminster   city,   where  only   about
t\ WILL PROVIDE
LIGHT MEALS AT FAIR
purchased by the manager of the exhibition as a trophy r.nd this wit! be
the onlv prize offered.
Burns has some excellent races to
is credit which prove- him to be a
runner of no mean ability. He won
the   championship  of   the   New  Eng"
SO new names appear. Although no*
as large as might he expected, judging from the industrial nnd commt___v.
cial advancement of the city, yet rhe-
increase shows that the city is steadily going ahead. The new ITst will
contain about 2,100 names of voters.
I cuincU  of W'otin n  will
��� ���   ol  one of the depart-
���   woman's   buildings  a
ti grounds during Che big
-   ens today, an I will pro-
il liuli  i inches ai reasonable
' .'li  who may  prefer eating
-   to   returning   home
"     ite  and sup,  and   then
' ��� i   waj   back  to  the parfc
��� ������ ning concert    The rooms
i    idles are staUoned are
furniehed, an l wfll prove
��� poi  for tired ladles to
m; i time    Everything
��� onduce tee comfori wil]
���  .mil  visitors will be
OttlJ      The ladies  are  mosl
'" lei it  be known nTTi gen
'y     wm be welcome.
' tne week, the rooms will be
ire of different ladles dal-
' ' ''ie's  taking  charge  in
Today rhe members of the
t \i.|   society   of   st,   Andrew's
[ an church will be ta charge.
| the   Queen's   Avenue   anel
Representatives of Boards from all Parts of Province;.
Gather in City to Discuss Matters Relative to Education   of  Children���Many   Important   Resolutions
Carried���Standard of Teachers Must be Kept Up is
Opinion of Many���Flags for Every School.
land states in a race at Boston about      ,
. , .       ,, which   s the largest in the hi",f��r>     -
vear ago, and the championship of' . ' ,n lrK  nl'
the city, '
There are 77 new names to be added to the Dewdney list, which far exceeds thc increase in that division for
e Pacific coast in the Marathon
long distance race held at Seattle last
March. Some of his more recent victories are the championship of Mani
toba, won at the Winnipeg exhibition   an>' Previous year.
=ome weeks ago, and a five mile relay t
I
HAMPERING  CONSTRUCTION.
.athor-
There was not a verj large |
. ., ftl the opening of the annual con
ventlon ol the Association of British
Columbia    ^bool    Tnisieos.  al   the
nounoil chamber in Hie' ciiy hall, >'-
pen Wl
End  Methodist  church wo-
v";'"' rs will officiate, on Thurs.
��� j,* Da��ghters of England and fhe
ea 0| St. Paul's Reformed Bpisco-
f church win attend to the Suties,
[     rl<iay   ibe   Women's  nnxiliaty of
I Royal Columbian hospital wB as-
I "; control, whiic on Saturday, the
\.T.   '][n ,,r :h"  fair, tho ladies of
r' ( '^ Presbyterlaa and the OIi\et
�� etinrohosi  win    devote    their
Sea to attending to the wants of
..,   l:Jl visitors at New Westminster'*
i'i- Provincial rair
Robb, Comox;  Snpt w   P   Argue. furnish liie namea he would be glad
li-  \ ��� Vancouver to pfovide paseea for them to wil i
Freedom of City. "lie of lit.   besl  laCTOBae matches thai
Mayor W. H. Keary, who receive I had been seen in Canada,   (AppiauBe)
i heartj   welcome upon his lntroduc-|     Delegate   Maxwell   Smith    ihan.- |
terday morning, bul as the daj wore  tion by the chairman, expressed the the mayoi  for bis kind welcome.   T>
gradually Increased,  greal pleasure iie experienced in wel all of them 11 was a pleasure to vfsit
coming to the city, on behalf of the the beautiful city n< New We I     :
corporation and the citltena of New ster.    it  was a lilting piaca for the!
Westminster, the trustees of the va- convention Inasmuch as the citj had!
rious schools in ihe province.    He- con- i ���lwa.\ B  been  to  the   fore  in   the  pro-'
Bldered thai honor and credit was due motion of eduoitioa, (Applause.)
le.  whoever had inaugurated  the Idea ;     President K. ri. Arthur (hen look thei
ot these conventions of Bchoo) Whs-1 ehair, and the tbrmal business of the
(Applause.)    Such  gftthertiigs sesion was pr
Railway   Men   Leaving   the   Roads   to
Work   in   Harvest  Fields.
Ih-
,ei   tin'   number
aatfl at the afternoon session the gi
ering become Important In ilae,
Excellent arrangements Bad been
���..,,!,. (or the conference by a commit
tee termed of the local delegates, witU
the html aSslstenoe ot the mayor and
othetre. Three long tables were ranged along Hu' length of the hall, pro
comfortable accommodation for
race  against   six  men   in  Calgary  on   PUGILISTIC POLICEMAN
Lab0r *1a>J  SORRY  FOR  BILLY SUMMERS
W. Adams, an ex -policeman who for
a long time met the Weekly demand.-;
of his lamllady ror cash payments for
meal tickets by flattening the asphalt
.. v of   Winnipeg's     wide    thoroughfares,
Winnipeg, Sept. 30.���Ah estimated ��4enl son,,, time' in the city yetaerdiy
shortage of aeveral thousand mett fof vialtina friends on the city police
the harvesting Ot the wheat crop -i ^rce. \d mis has laid aside the hel-
the Wesi has not ottly made itself me1 a,ul l:""�� tor a more profitable,
felt in the farming commnnlly of the although far more' energeiic callin ���.
whole country, but has neeessnrii* 1!" is ",v-v a follower eif the sepiaret
fdrced a delAj in the napldlty With circle, and has already won Honors
which  railway  construction has beenU0 m-m>   ll:1rii   battleB    against,    well
Strike  at   Regina-
: '��� sask.. Sopi. 80.���Fifty car-
mployeea of five of the larg-
""actors in Regina, struck to-
ar,count  of t,1(, rpf���Ral  0j mo
recognize  tho  ���nlon.    TT,p
Rr,
lente
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ICte
have at present tnl.nn no  Forestler,
vidlng
the delegtile'S.
Those  Present.
Pending  the. arrival  of  Dr.   M'lhu-
the presieicui. the chair waa occupied
by vice-Presiuenl  p, Peebles.   There
were present:
Dr H C Arthur, Nelson fpTeSId-
ent).' l, Thonibiir. J. W. 9*dk, P.
Peebles. New  Westminster;   I.  C lM-
cafl and A. ri. Coote, Chilllwacic, KA.
Atkins, Conuinam: O.H. Brutt Kara-
l0Op8; Maxwell Smith, Donald Ro",
nnn,llliv; wichaea ileran, Okanagan
Wiasionj JJ. Dongan, Vanoouver (secretary); J. B. Murphy, Surrey; SVH.
Bourne   and H. M. Couraier,   nevri-
gtoke-    ���'   �� Ml,ir' ^e6ten: AV' N-
Kdowna:    School  Inspector
O  Muller. Iliimaby: Ale.
,mo:    John    iJatey,
carried on in tiie Western coMntr>.
As a result the contractors and the
railway people are now feeling" tutt
labor stringency probably more~keen-
ly  than  at. Rtty   other  period  of the
wages   and   a   pressing  de
teea.    t��.ppi��nmsj    pu��o  BiaiuTJwiiB�� | sesion waa proceeded with
were quite In the righi dite-ciion. be-      Messrs. Peck, Tlmfnbnr'and Btrutt! yw'
cause they gave all those who were  WqW appoihted a fesolutioh commit-     '"f 7
luleri'sleel   ill   school   nianagement   an! 1o(? mand   for  men   has  been  the  motive
Opportunity to discuss  various impor- School   Lib a ' "hich has caused  40 per cent  of the
lant   mailers and   to   compare   notes, |     R(,rr(l(nru ,-,���������_, 1,7���'���-, .,    | men to quit work who were engage j lars. Con. .lones. of Vancouver, rS prn-
Hunter,
Stewart, I
Nan.
with a resull that couifl only be Beneficial to the province generally. New
Westminster biad, taken a promfBenl
pari in education and (hey were very
proud "r their work and fheir teachers. They, however, had to give placp
to Nelson as the occupant of the premier position In the shape of marki.
New Westminster coming second. He
expressed the hope thnt the'dellbffr.t-
tioni of the convention would be char-
aclerlzed by harmony tand good feeling nnd that the visit would be fli every way pleasant. It was a pleasure
lo blm to confer upon each of the
delegates the freedom of the city. He i
.   ^rasrr Nirola: W.  also Invited  them to the exhibition.
1 ^ thfi fitter and the result Is  MaP'e "l(1f :M'! WIU),h)re, Surrey; W.jand said that If the secretary would
School Library.
Secretary Dougati proposell the resolution "That the provincial govern-
nient lie asked to allow a small sum
yearly to assist all rural schools in
securing a school library." He minted out that In Ontario, Manitot-., Kas.
katchewftn and Alberta such libraries
were already provided by the respective smvrnments. Some of the governments had indeed gone further and
seen that a proper selection of liter-
ature was provided for the pupils. All
the schools in San Francisco, Boston
and New York were provided with libraries. The importance of this proposition was apparent. The amount of
really   useful    instruction    contained
(Continued on Page Nine).
known pugilists. Only last, week he
met and defeaieel in tive rounds Beeg-
bay, a colored scrapper of Calgary,
who is all to tile good when it comes
to hard hitting. Attains is billed to
take part In a fight against Billy-
Summers, of Seattle, on Octolier 7,
the purse hung up for tbe encounter
containing  nearly  two  thousand  dol-
on  the G.T.P.   between   Portage  and I moting the  scrap, and  has  arranged
Miniota, a distance of 120 miles.
Three weeks eago live large gangs of
laborers, averaging 150 each, and totalling over 700 men, were busily'engaged in laying the track and ttalasi-
ing along the section. Today this
number has been diminished by 400,
the remainder having left the camps
and secured employment in the fields.
Couldn't Make It Stick.
The Enderby Progress has ceased
publication, and may seek a new
field at Salmon Arm. Lack of local
support is srtven as the rea��on why
the paper could not "make lt stick"
at Enderby.
that It will take place In a nice quiet
spot where moralists will not interfere. The place of meeting is to be
kept secret, but it Is understood to
be somewhere in the vicinity of
Boundary bay.
Adams is considering an offer to
come on the city police force as a
special constable during the exhibition week. If he can make arrangements with his-.trainer, Murphy, of
Vancouver, he wlll take on the job, as
he says he has a hankering after the
possession once again of the authority
to make a man obey orders without
having to resort to the hard expedient of punching Ida Jaw.
- PAGE  TWO
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
TUESDAY
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Tiie - ��������� il ��� .   .'.i.i s ion  be in
full swing.    What about an attract!.- ���
fan fn- the many i-.'.l dresa occasion .
Perhaps the white ostrich feath r
fans are the most generally desired
but tli- white, grey or black ostrici
leathers, hand-painted silk. |������ ai 11
feathers, aud ivory fans from $3.00
Up are here tor your consideration.
When thinking of the coming wedding or personal glfl do nol ovsrloo.-:
the pleasure a handsome fan -bli cr -
ate.
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Henry Birks & Sons Ltd,
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers, Corner Cranvllle
and Hastings Street.
GEORGE   E   TROREY,  Managing  D,rector
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PIANO   MANUFACTURERS
Where   You  Buy  Direct from  the
Factory on Easy  Terms.
During the Westminster Fair we will offer Special Reductions
that will sell every Piano in our stand at the Exhibition
DO YOU REALIZE that the above statement means that for six days you, have the choice of the best
stock of Pianos ever offered in the country by THE'MASON & RISCH PIANO COM-
PANY. at a saving of from $50.00 to $100.00, and every Piano an Exhibition spi cial?
WE REALIZE that we can only gain the cor':.dtr.ee of the public by doing just as we advertise.
WHAT WE DO.    We sell you direct from the factory and save you the middle profit.
WHAT TO DO.   Call and see for yourself that this is one of the rare chances to get a high-grade P
at a moderate price and on easy terms if desire;1.
1 Mason & Risch Piano Co,, Limited
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SONS OF SCOTLAND'S
SPLENDID PROGRAM
Part II.
Trio���"O'Willle   Brewed  a   PecB C
Maut,"       Burns
Messrs. Ii.  Waddell, R. Morrison ar. i
J. G. 3rown
Song���' Tiie.' Auld Moose" La !..   ',' .   D
Miss E. Wi riv
Bagpi] ������ selection 	
Vancouver Pipi .    B mtl
Song���"Mary of  Argyle". .C. JfiT-freya
Ben. Wadd '.
: a  i ing,   i Doul 1"   Jig)   	
ia i    The   Misses  Marj    in i   Lizzie
Isda i.
dei   James and Charles Henderson.
Song���"Wl' a Lunelle! Pipers'", Anon
MiBH B. Walker
S otliind,   promises to  b>- one  of  Song���"Sandy Grant" ���  Humorous
the bi ...���-.:,.. iate i    atertain- J. O, Brown (In character.)
meats ;e-, .,..,-,. i ,;h thiB dty f,, a long MM Lane s>nP'
f-i��'    past.    Long before  the  tickets Ood save the kin?.
Ve on   .-al<-.   vuiiuirTt'H   for
airea ly being made at the   y;[" '���" used at thi
office, and it la certain that   kimll>' i,,:"''':1 ;"   the disposal   if the
sign will lei  oul  before  committee ley Messrs. Dyke, Evans &
Amateur Entertainment to
be One of the Best Ever
Seen in This City. ���
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b ������ ���  grand  Si >l tish concert  which
Iven i.i ; he opera le ijisi   ��� n
21.      ij   i . en ..     un li r  thi    aus-
��� if [hi   exhibition directors and
the Lord i I   he ri ei  c imi. LSI, S ms
The Heintzman A. Co. piano which
concerl Tr-is r~,--.
lOKini
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the <i:e: in rises for the presentation
e !' the fii '  ��� ��� lection.
No pains ha . ��� been spared to bring
the standa   I i    I he . rod iction a   ni ar
perl ���  : m a    . os ilble and local lov-
e ���   of good music an l singing ar   cer-
i iin  'ei'  a  rare  treat  on   Wedn  sda ���
e ,'enln .    Th       'rin,' piece wHl  l e
nte i at  a   quarter  after    eight
i'i . ic .  and  it  is expected thai   the
entire program will occupy weirover
ee ei" irs.
Below is printed the program ln i;';
entiretj:
Part I.
i  i . il  e   ele   lon	
Pipers' !'. ind of Vancouver
Song���"Bonnie Wes Thing" Gleadhill
Ft.  .Morrison.
Callaghan, of Vancouver. The accompanist is also provided by this well
known firm.
C. P. R.
Dn Oct. 2, i. I. Transfer will leave
Steveston at 6 a.m. instead of 7 a.m.,
and will leave- New Westminster al (i
p.m. instead of 2 p.m. Thl; ri i <-
commodate passenger traffic for tii"
exhibition.
Special Prices on Tea
5 lb Caddy of Choice
Ceylon & Assan  Tea
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SHWiill PII' w^:mi\
FRY'S CH0C01ATES
RYALL'S DRUG STORE
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOI OF SIXTH. NEW WE
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
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Phone 101
Ben. Waddell
Highland Dancing���"Reel OTullOch,.
The  .Misses Mary  and   Lizzie lsdtfle,
James and Charles  Henderson.
Song���"McGregor's Gathering"  ....
  Gleadhill
���I. G.  Brown
Duet���"Lassie Wad  Ye  Loe 7iu\"..
  \v. Holder
Miss Iri Walker and Ben. WaSdell
Song���"Afton Water"      TTiiTnc
R.  Morrison
Dancing���"The Spanish Canlpanettta"
The Misse Mary and Lizzie Isdale.
Song-''Bonnie Dundee' Sir W. Scott |||e j)^   ImpOfting  Tea and \
Song���"Annie   Laurie ... Annonymous ' a J
Coffee Company       :
Phone 1252. *
TTn Granville St., Vancouver.
We Eat to Live
But at the same time it is necessary lo know what we are eating.
At KENNY'S Cafe
You    can   rely    upon     (JETTING
I    THE   BEST   OF   EVERYTHING.
During the long winter months, the GRAPHOPHONE,
for passing away the long dull evenings. We have
now a fine stock of Instruments, and over 3,000 records to select your music from.
Also Edison Phonographs and Records, Columbia and Victor Records, Pianos, Organs, Musical Instruments, and Singer and Wheeler ���& Wilson sewing machines.
J. .HL TODD
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A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art  Taxider~
mist  and Fur
Dresser
82<i Pender St., Opp.   Orphan
VANCOUVER, li. C.
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For  QUALITY
the Delta land cannot be beaten- One acre of tnis rich, river
bottom land will produce as much .as three acres of high
gravel land.
Here is a piece of choice land at a bargain: '
8 acres, all cleared, in garden and pasture, 0 miles from
this city, on the dyke road, 200 yards from Sunbury post offlce
and boat, landing, % mile from school, has a five-room house
in good repair, barn and chicken house, 2 cow3 and 40 hens;
good waterfrontage with wharf building, boat, and net, 80
young fruit trees, a good range all conn octed.
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balance  in  one
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AGENTS FOR CITY AND FARM PROPERTY
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
I Phone  335 r\ O. Box  2Gg
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia   Street
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
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for burning in heating stoves
and grates.
GILLEY
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MEN'S
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
TRUSTEES AnEND '
SOCIAL GATHERING
This cut shows
our
42 inch
OVERCOAT
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Visiting Delegates Entertained Last Evening-Speeches
by Prominent Orators.
Condensed
Advertisements
FOR  SALE, cheap���Heintzman piano
Ij    new.       Address   "Piano."   i\
O.  lie ix rie.;. New Westminster, B.C
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This is the
Dressy Coat
for men.
Some silk faced
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MEN'S
Underwear
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he Wardrobe Clothier       sole agent for 20th century clothing
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sun or crack in the cold, always waterproof, always tight. It is light in weight, low in price
and makes a roof fireproof. Anyone can lay it.
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Corrugated Iron always en hand and price right.
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Fridays.
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the rest alder
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bottom land,   only $75.00 an acre
at 6 p.m.
mail    at
DIAMOND & CORBOULD
RESIDENT AGENTS.
and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
Over  Annandale's  Grocery,
German American Fire Ins. Co.
comer  of   McKenzie   and  Columbia   Sts.
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ESTABLISHED 1SSl!'
Arthur J. Scott
(Successor to  Mellon  & Scott)
Insurance,    Real   Estate,
REALTV,    farms, fire
VANCOUVER
Finance,
INSURANCE
Entertaining the visitors at the Invitation <>f tne New Weatmlnftei
board ot schoo] trustees, the delegates
with a large number of well Known
towus.oll; including many ladies, attended a social gathering at St.
George s bali, las; ni.riit.
Presiding over th*. proceedings was
Chairman U. S. Curtis, who was supported bj inr Honor Judge Bole,~Rev.
Dr. Sipprell, Rev. .1 S. Henderson,
an I SeinKii Inspector Stewart
The chairm in naving welcomed the
ompany, Ur. Sipprell oongratuTSte'd
le |e gates in the conventi6n upon
. eing eu imbei 3 ol i -1 nei.'. of gr< al
ralue and usefulness thai was unique
In its character, there being no similar body in the Dominion. They, a--'
ti tstecs, were tn- directors of that
greal   national  factor, education.
Proceading  to speak upon the relationship of trus ee - tn teachers, b<
said  that no old   ba< helor should   bi
aiiowed to bave a seal upon a boa) i
nt' trustees,   for   the   reason  that   h
could   have   no   proper  under -lan.TT.
of,  or sympathy  with children.  (Applause)   lie considered  that the  d
velopment of   British  Columbia   *att
now   sufficient 1>   advanced   to  enable
trustees  to  take high  ground   as   to'
the character and capability of teachers.    Among the main characteristics '���
that should be possessed by all teachers  was,   first,  that   they  should   be
men  and  women   above  reproach   ln
pi r -.mai habits an.i personal riemean-
n:'���clean   in   habit   and   principle,  rii
thought and in expression (applause.)
Then  they   should   discover   whether
ti.. li irs were optimistic and not pessimistic, and whether they wcTe pre- .���
pared to place high ideals before the
youths they  had  to teach.    As to reward, if the government was not prepared to provide a  sufficient salary
to   good   teachers,   he   considered  '
the  duty of trustees to obtain from!
the ratepayers sufficient to augment
such sum to the proper amount.   The
i'i. hers  in   their  schools should  ce
the very best men and women in the
land,  (applause.)  As to trustees, Iris
view  was that  nei man should  accept
Ihf position of trustee uciess he were
prepared to take n continually active
interest  In  all  thai  pertains to the
school's welfare.   He would like to see
the< day when there was a salary attached to the work of a trustee, who
had often to lose a good deal in the
discharge of his duty
ilis Honor Juelge Bole regretted
that, owing to the' way in which
teachers w< re now paid, teaching was
only looked upon as an avenue to
other professions. He would like to
sev the pay Improved to such an ex-
ti tie that the profession of teaching
uighl be regarded as an honored audi
permanent means of living, (.applause.)
School Inspector Stewart then pre-1
! sented the medals given by th Football association of N'ew Wnstmlntter,
through the kindness of ri .'.iaho.iv, |
to the- champion Juvenile football
team of the city, viz.: the Hig'i school
Junior   football   eleven.
The medals were affixed to tie j
(breasts of Capt. Hurry Munn and TlT-i 1
| fellow   players  by   Mrs.  Thornbitr.
Rev. .1. s.  Henderson, spoke   ap-
; preclatively of the work of the convention and suggested thai  it  would
strengthen the hands of irusioos and
| Increase  the  usefulness of thetr <l"
I liberations if the teachew were Invited to Join in those sometimes.
The speeches were pleasantly In
tersperaed with vocal and Instrumental selections, The program consisted
{ of songs by Miss Laird, Miss M< Mil
' lun and Rev A. DeB. Owen; piano-
! forte selections h* mns Clute, tint i
j sole) by Master Allan Peebles
Two of the besl items In the'
' musical program were original and In   j
terestlng.    One.  was   an   extremely
j Clever rendering  by  Miss  M. C.  Mil-
j lan, In Senl eh costume and character, e
[ or the favorite old   baHMs   "Caller \
i Herrln." ami "Conilif thro' lhe Rye."'
The other was a skilful performance
On the flageolet Iiv Master Allan
Peehleg, Roth Items secured for the
performers enthusiastic applause.
The    evening   entertainment    we��s I
brought to a close eafter refreshments
WANTED���Female help, light work,
short hours Apply New- Method
Steam Laundry, Columbia Street-
RICHARD   T   LOVE,   Manager
WANTED -Work by experienced
dressmaker. Address, Miss G- News
office-
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We snpplj help ol all kinds, no charge
f^lephan?   222b,   Canadian   Racine
Employment   agency,   506   Cordova i
street \V, Vancouver, B- C.
LOST���A gold filled watch, English
case, finder kindly return to T
Clifford's jewelry store and obtain
reward-
TO LET Two vacant lots for exhibition week, Fourth ave. near gatOJ
\pe.l. to H- c Purdy, confectioner.
Columbia street, next to tram oiric
wanted���Brl gin salesladies to sell
during exhibition.   Apply 1). Parry,
jewelry   stand,   Industrial   building,
exhibition grounds.
6-ROOMED HOUSE on Eighth Sl.,
between Third and Fourth Ave.;
newly painted and papered; to be
sold immediately; a bargain at
$1500, half cash. Apply McQuarrie :
& Co., Fronl  St.
FOR RENT���An unfurnished 7-roomed cottage, near car line, 15 minutes' walk from post office. Furnace and all modern conveniences.
Possession this month. Address,
House," P. O. Box 293. Xew Westminster.
T
AND
Orange Blossoms
The Intensely Human Drama.
Superb   Dramatic   Offering.
Bertha M. Clay's Famous Novel
A Company of   Exceptional   Players.
TWO���NIGHTS���TWO.
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
PR ICES��� 25c. 50c
OCT. 3-4
75c  and  $1.00.
��� NEW ���
URIC 1HEATRE
VANCOUVER
Corner  of  Pender  and  Hamiltoi  Sts-
Malan & Clawson, Managers.
LOST���Nce. Sept. llth. in favor of
T- S. Craig, endorsed by T. S. Craig,
drawn on Wm. Bonrgeoun, payable
two months after date. $75 with interest eat 7 lier cent per annum.
1 O TJ, $25, signed by T. S. Craig,
dated Sept. 25, 1907. on sheet of
note paper, White. Shiles & Co.
Remember, Slpprell does the neat-
est and cheapest work in the rubier
stamp business, also manufacturer of
Uncle Bill Oil,
JOHN SIPPRELL.
116  Second  Street,  New  Westminster
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive
ly in timber. Have large and smai.
tracts on water. If you wish t;
buy or sell, see me. S.. R. Chandler
107  Hastings  St.,  Vancouver,  B.C
The Lyceum Stock Company
T1FTH WEEK STARTING
Monday, Sept. 30th
The Celebrated English Drama
"Monte Cristo"
Matinee Wednesdays and Saturdays
POPl'EAR PRICES.
Look Up
THE
ACCOMMODATION WANTED.
To   accommodate    all    the    guests
who will visit the city during exhihl-
1 tion time it is desired that all house-
' holders prepared' to offer accommodation at reasonable rates will leave
.their   addresses   with   Edward   Houi;
I billeting agent at the city hall, when,
all  information  may he obtained.
ALEX. GARRETT,
! Chairman of the Billeting committee.
Royal City Cleaning, Dyeing and
Pressing Works
367   Cofumbia   St.
1 m. PREMIER HOTEL      Phone B278
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old pat wns
as well as prospective customers, thai new style of eyeglasses are. constantly being
added to his large stock ot
optical goods, He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to rest.
Same   old   address:
334 Hastings 81.      VANCOUVER
School Books
I   and Supplies
FULL STOCK
-AT-
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD  HORSES
Phone 250
Eighth Street
MORErS
217-219 Columbia St.
Our   Scribblers   nntl   E*er��
���:lse   Books   arc
Fine
Westminster Iron Works
M.'KAl.   iMA'.IH.Nt',
WOKK
a.nu b.NUINE
15
TO THE DOZEN
null' BMITHINO, HHiuun; and
STRTjGtORAL IRON    WOKK.
Ornament"! iron worn, including
Fences, dates, Fire tejscapes, etc.
Mall orders nnd correspondence In
vlted.
JOHN REID,
HiailUK HIHUIKI.
New  Wrptminrtw y  O   ��7��
had heen nartaken of.
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Real Pictures F. CRAKE
FIRE,
LIST YOUR FARMS WITH US.
MARINE, SURETY BONDS, l/IFE INSURANCE.
>o   a.  in.
""V No.   1!;   Millside,   No,   2,
I v-Otlulti.,,
'��� dally except Sunday.   Iri-
"quit!
"m mali
received at 10:85 a. m.
c. P.'
8:, 'P'r.zr.z T>7.
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Westminster
Transfer Co. I
'lffion -Phone 18R.       Burn 'Kbooe 187 '
Columbia Bt.
Present this Advertisement
at Studio to Benefit
Oaggage dcltvercd
t:nrt ot the city.
promptly to uiy
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offi so���Tram Depot
ROYAL STUDIO
Under new management, Cnnninsham
Slock,
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*, Groctr
Ladles'Oold Watches from 912.78 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $8.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case. $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings. Jewelry, etc.. otc.
Witch   repairing;    cfaargw
able. PAGE POUR
TIE  DAILY  NEWS
TUESDavTocT
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Visitors to the Exhibited! are invited
to come to Vancouver City and get
a list of City Business or Residential
properties and acreage.   :   :   :   :   :
JOSEPH A. COLDWELL
100 Hastings St. W., cor. Abbott St., VANCOUVER
Real Estate, Insurance etc. Telephone 3-9-1
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Capital   City   Increases   Price   Twenty
Per Cent Today.
Victoria. Sept. .'!().���Bread is to be
advanced in price commencing October 1. After that date the bakers of
the city will sell tickets at H> for $1,
instead of 20 as at present. This
means an advance of 20 per cent on
the prevailing prices to the consumer.
Practically all the bakers in TTie city
have agreed to the new schedule of
rates which will go into effect ou
Tuesday next The advance in the
price of flour and the hi-:her prices
paid for fuel anel wages are offered as
the reason for this sharp increase in
price of bread.
LOCAL   OFFICERS
tion of strong young men they must
feel the influence ot virile manhood.
Rev. W. H. Barraclough Named President at C. E. Convention.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pub
ihing   Company   Limited,   at   their   "  Is our absurd craze for cneapness
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front  that has brought about present coneli- ���	
���treets, New Westminster, B. C.           | tj<)ns.    We may save money LyTnak- Victoria, Sept.  .!0��� The election of
 '                      ~~~                        ing it impossible for men to continue officers   for  the   Christian   Kndeavor-
E- A- Pa'9e Managing  Director   jn  ^   pror(,ssion    luit  fffl  shal,  1()se ers, at present assembled  in  conven-
The puolic school is the Hon in this city, for the ensuiiig year
TUESDAY. OCT. 1,  1907.
THE POPULAR VIEW.
A Woodstock, Ont, paper which
franklj confesses that it would be
glad in st'e several of the items of
Mr. Borden's platform carried into effect, and which speaks highly of Mr.
Borden himself, explains that in discussing the uti: ranees of the Conservative leader, and his manifesto or
"platform," it feels compelled to
"speak of Mr. Borden's plat form, rather than of the Conservative, for notwithstanding what Mr, Borden may
say
' | in manhood.
I worst    place   In   Which
cheese paring economy.
WATCHES
BROOCHES
RINGS
Souvenirs
to
The heavy reduction which the C'un-
ard company has made In Its ocean
passenger rates seems to indicate a
determination to keep their great
steamers full to their capacity in winter as well as In summer. Tf the
railways would follow suit, it would
be cheaper to travel than to stay a'
home.
practice   resulted   as   follows:    Hon.   president.
Rev. E. LeRoy Dakin. Victoria;  president, Rev. W. ll. Barraclough, BA..I
Xew   Westminster:   1st vice-president, ���
T).   E.  Gugga.  Vancouver:     riiil  vice-1
president, Rev. ii. A. Carson,Victoria; I
secretary-treasure:-,    A.   E.   Ethering-
ton.   New   Westminster;   councillors,]
Mr,   Hogg,   Vancouver;    Mr.-;.Warwick, I
Victoria;   W.   Skinner.   Vernon;   Miss'
Knight, ���Chiiliwack; and H. \Y  Davies,
Victoria.
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
or think���and it may be conceded . tnat
A  French  doctor    has    discovered
put   people  so
Milk Expensive In New York.
New  York.  Sept.  30.���-Nine cents fl
electricity   will
that he says what he thinks on this' sound asleep that operations oan be Quart will be charged for bottled" milk,
and other matters���there is still no performed withoul waking the pa- Instead of eight cents, beginning Oct-
evidence that the policy which he is1''*'"1*- Well, we knew all that before; ober 1, This unprecedented price for
now placing before the country is the''1 was ,ll(1 waking up tliat was the milk is explained as being due to an
policy of the Conservative party, it trouble, and the real discovery is that actual shortage in supply, increased
has never yet been adopted by the I one ci,n b(> thrown Into a sleep pro- demands of dairy farmers. Increased
Conservative  party;   it   has   been   re-! found enough to give insensibility to! cost of bottling and dairying.
pudteted in part by at least one rep-  paln-  not ��"'-v  without    danger    but ���	
presenfcattve  conservative  paper,  anl' witl) KOO(1 results in the way of ton-
in many  places it has been received   ins UD unstrung nerves  and   refresh-
wit h  discreet  silence.    There is not  in" exhausted physical powers,
the slightest evidence that it' Mr. Bo.-- j ���
den were in power tomorrow he Would .     The Merchants hotel, which at the
WARNING
be able to give effect to any material   last  meeting of the  license   commis-
part of his platform." I sioners was declared to be  badly  iu
BEWARE OF OPTICAL SHARKS,
WHO MAY OPERATE AT THE EXHIBITION.
These optical parasites make a business of operating at  exhibitions, and
Wi'  should  have 'been inclined  to  need of interior repairs, has been de-  ar.'past-master fakers.
put it positively instead of negatively,  clared by the license inspector to D
as we think there is plenty of evidence thai be would not be able to carry into effeel any material part of liis
programme; at least, if he we're allowed nominally to do so, the cure woul
be worse than the dise ise. The paper from which we bave quoted put*
another self-evident truth in connection with the matter verv neatly.
Thus:
"Mr,   Borden   himself has  no  more
righl   tee   lay  exclusive   claim  to  the
more importanl  features of his policy
than .en.  other Individual  who *s in
favor of  them.    Mr. itorden   did  not
",'i 'i '-,' them; lie did nol even discover
them.   There is nol a reform of any
Importance which he proposes which
has  not   been   advocated    by    somebody, either  iu  the  press or on  th"
lattonn,  .,,,��� years.    This is true of
-ri', service reform, of ths nat'.cfnal-
'ization of th    telegraph and the telephone,   of   independi nl   man igemeul
of the intercolonial, of public man.o -
ment of all r lilwaj s, of improvemenl
in the e '.i cl lon law i, an i so on,   The
facl Is thai  no one can lay exT'Triive
claim  to questions  like  these,    Th y
are the natural outgrowth of the conditions of  the  country."
���lust  s e;  and  ihe conlr.asl   bet��  en I]
the advance of the pasl ten ye irs anel
the stagnation of the years before thai \
period   shows   us   plainly enough    to
v, hich   part)   we   must   look   to   keep
pace with the iie-', elopn.ent of < ondi-
'   HIS,
now in fit condition for the accommodation of guesis.
They owe allegiance to neither state
municipality or its citizens. They
pay neither taxes or rent, but like nil
"gulls" they are ever on the wing,
excepting when gathering from ttreir
victims the necessary for locomotion.
Tbey know nothing about the eye or
the Bclence of optics, and care less,
so lung as they can relieve the unsuspecting of their bardearned money.
If your eyes are troubling you an 1
you have not the time to come to an
eye socialist like Dr. Jordan lVancouver), then spend ymir money with
your local optician, and at least have
the satisfaction of knowing you Btand
n chance of getting some degree of
satisfaction, which you cannot hope
to gel from fakers.   SO BEWARE:
Why Pay a Doctor of Ophtbal-
moiogy $5 to $10 and another
like fee to an Optician for glasses.
Dr. Hatherly, our optician and Doctor
of Ophthalmology, does the work of
both charging only for the glasses.
sy.\...;..:;-:    . :-, r r..     ---������ .-
;���:.
$10.00 Per Acre
160 Acres in Langley
SOME   GOOD    TIMBER.        THIS   IS   THE   CHEAPEST   1-4
SECTION ON THE MARKET        GOOD    TERMS        EN
QUIRE   AT   ONCE
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
OUR
Shoes for Everybody
Piano Exhibit
IjiW Can We Interest You in the
Matter of New Shoes?
s, n *���
See Our Window
Jt'
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TEACHER AND PUPIL.
Tm facl thai u convention of Bchool
trustees Is in session here makes this
a good time to prlnl a le if (rom tb''
book of Ontario's experience, Here
ii is. We quote from a Toronto paper;
"However Importanl our universities may be the public school Is an
Institution that touches the life of
every boy and girl in the country. The
gradual disappearance of the male
public school teacher is something
thai cannoi be viewed wlthoui anxiety, in ihe' Toronto Normal school
the re are 189 lady Btudents and 5
men: in London there are l."e2 ladies
ami 13 men; in Ottawa 116 la lies and
7 men At this rale in a very short
time the male teacher In the public
school will be a minus quantity, To
s.iy thai this is a situation which
gives grounds for anxious llwngtil as
to the results upon the future manhood of the country is nol to elepp
elate the excellent work that has
been done, and Is being done by ladles
in thfi profession. We can fully re-
cognize the excellent Influence of womanhood, but we cannol   clow   our
eyes to the fact, thai there is a stage
In the development of the boy when
he needs the strong governing ha ml
of n man.   If we are in rear a genera-
, mi
We are showing a great variety of new lines
in Misses and Children's Shoes. Ask to see
our new line of Children's Shoes made on
"Nature Shaped Lasts"���the shoe you've
been looking for. Don't Forget our Window
Display. We think we can agreeably astonish you as to Styles and Prices   :   :    :   ;    ;
This year al the Greal  Fa
������ te    th in ever.    We Ini I
;   the beautiful  Instr n
lay a i our booths.
8TEINWAY & SONS PIANOS
NORDHEIMER  PIANOS
NEW SCALE WILLIAMS PIA.NOS
DOMINION   PIANOS
PALMER
MCS
W. M. Waitt & Co.
LIMITED
VICTORIA AND VANCOUVER
The oId���;��'  Music  House In B- c
J.  H.  TODD,   Local Agent
Johnston's Big Shoe House
LIMITED
Big Electic Boot Sign, New Westminster, B. C.
YOU   REQUIRE A
NEW SUIT
Come over and sec our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
500 Cord of Tan Bark
Al the
fraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paid
Z
.Ari'l OCT. 1. ���7'
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
���-     PACE FT/C
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[h. smith
T. H. SMITH
Tie Cash Stores
Grand Display
AWAITS  OUR
ibition Visitors
Bigger Stocks to select from, more selling space,
jouble the staff to serve you properly whether you
Ire ready to buy or not.
Hundreds of Handsome
Coats
Mannish Scotch Tweeds, Black, Blue, Green and
Irown Reaver Cloths, in lengths from 48 to 52 in. at
$6.50 to $50.00
Splendid Skirt Stocks
tlisses  all   wool   mixed   Tweeds   at  $2.50,   $3.50,
$4.50 to $7.50
Skirts for women. Our assortment is the largest
In the province, moderately priced, carefully tailored
laments, several hundred new styles just in, amoug
Ihem pretty mixed dark tweeds and plain cloths,
bleated and strapped, only a few days from the
pakers hands and when they reach the Cash Store
they're quickly sold, so be here early!
White Wool Blankets
We wish to rush out as many blankets this week as
bobble and make room for other lines. To do this
[ve are offering special reductions. A11 goods guaranteed during the Sale, just the same as when you
Ipay regular prices.
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CITY NEWS
T. K SMITH
267-271 Columbia Street, New Westminster B. C.      I
Ladies'   hairdressing   parlors,   over ,
Welsh's store;  entrance on lith St. ** ,
Bishop Dontenwill will return about
lhe end of the week from a trip
through the interior of the province.
The Henderson Bros, will be a real���,
treat at tbe Scotch concert. * j
Wednesday,  Thursday    ami  Friday:
will be  observed  as  holidays  by  Die I
children attending the public schools
in the city.
Dr. T. H. Levey, dentist, Crescent
club building, Columbia street.
Miss Edith Osborne, formerTy with
the Rambeau Stock company, left for
Seattle yesterelay evening, having accepted an engagement in that city
For cut flowers, bouquets or funeral designs telephone T Davies &.
Son, li 208. ���������
W.  E.  McLeod  returned   yesterday j
morning from    New   Brunswick,    to
which province he accompanied Mrs. j
McLeod Borne weeks ago on a visit' to '
friends.
Meal., at Windsor hotel will be 55
cents during exhibition week.
The ival at Queen's park was qc-
I cupied nearly all day yesterday "with
lacrosse and baseball men all pracflc-
| ing for the various competitions which
: will be pulled off between the present
i and   Saturday evening.
For all kinds or cut nowers and potted plants, see Tidy, the florist.
The only exhibitors in place for the
commercial display of apples at ttfe
exhibition are Thomas G, Earl, of,
Lytton, and .l.deC. Wetherell, of East!
Burnaby. Mr. Earl is showing a dozen
or mor boxes of leading varieties of
fruit notably Gravensteins. Alexanders and Talman Sweets.
The genuine articles���the B. C. and
Old Sport cigar-. For sale by ail
first-class dealei 3.
The  local  Aerie  Of   Eagles  gave  a
rei eption to a number of visiting Birds
of  the same plumage in  their lodge
I room yesterday evening.   The visitors
! were royally entertained by the resi-
I elent members of the order, and voted
| their entertainers a set  of jolly good
Eellows.    After formal   speeches  had
een made I y - ime of the prominent
i risiior.-, the- party settled down to a
social time in the true Eagle manner.
Miss Walker and Mr. Ben 'Waddell
will sing the duet, "Lassie, wad ye
I e me," at the Scotch concert.       **
Sevi i: tie : i; ers are expi cted to
arrive in the city today or tomorrow,
for the purposi ��� f taking positions in
the Rambeau-Esmond Dramatic com-;
pany, the name under which the recognized Rambeau stock company will
be known In future. Every one of
them is said I > be well up in the theatrical profession, and the promotors j
of the new company promise attractions that will far surp>ass anything
ever attempted by the now tf^Tunct
si >( k company.
The  Elite  brands    B.  C.  and  OH
Sport cigars.
There will be one boric ra'ce at
I to break the monotony oi human
competitions at the park during" the
: sent wee Ic. An event has been
arranged in which li. L. Stover and
jphh Montgomery will trot or pace
their speeders for a side bet of ;;:'"
and whatever else the society has to
offer, The same horses raced each
other at the Calr hist year, and Mr.
Montgomery's horse won, Mr, Stover,
however, i.s convinced that his animal
ha-e Improved sufficiently to win the
honors and the Bide money ibis time.
El. Morrison, gold medalist, north ru
counties of Scotland competition tor
two successive' years, will sing at the
Scotch concert **
Among the notables who have already arrived In New Westminster to
size up the annual fair i.i Chief
Charley, of Squamish, who shares
with the Hon. Richard cBrlde the
honor of going to the "foot CT the
throne" in the interests of his people,
He wafted into town yesterelay morning with many other Squamish Indians and says he will be a hyas
skookum official at the In lian lacrosse matches to be held tomorrow
nml Friday, When accosted on the
street yesterday afternoon and iiske'l
as to* when he had heard from London last, Charley broke out eand had
his Interview with the king and queen
all over again. Visions of "gold i
chairs" and "gold tables,-' etc., rose i
before him .and were fully describeel-
CO acres in Burnaby, close to Van-
OOUVOr car line, ?150 per acre; 1*3
cash, balatjce at 7 per cent- While,
Shiles & Co- i-  '���*'*
G .!. Thornton is In charge of the
Chiiliwack district exhibition at the
provincial fair.
Hear Ben Wadtielll, the tamous
tenor, at the Scotlisn concert. **
Isaac Mack, an Ineiian, is awaiting
trial on a charge or having l.eeu dis-
covered in an intoxicated condition by.
the city police.
Sidney  Peele  will leave next Sunday for Toronto, where he will renew i
his  studies   in   medicine    al "Toronto
university.
The B. C. cigar touches the spot.
C. Simpson, of Coquitlam, is at the
fair in charge of the Coquitlam district exhibit. He has a fine snowing
of fruit and vegetables.
Chief Provincial Constable Spain Is
back at his office In the provincial
building after a season of holida. -
spent in Winnipeg in company with
Mrs. Spain.
The run of cohoes still keeps up
and all the canners and packers of
this class of salmon are still doing
a rushing business. Mr. Anderson,
manager ot the St. Mungo cannery,
expects to see the run still greater
immediately after the next full moon.
40 acres best of fruit land, alder
bottom, easily cleared, soil choice
loam, only one mile from steamboat
landing, Mount Lehman; only $15 per
acre. Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon
hotel. **
The B. C. E. R. company will do
its utmost during the next few days
tee cope with the large amount of traffic which it will be called upon to
handle. Cars will leave for the exhibition groun ri every fifteen minutes, as man., as three or four cars
leaving  at or."  time.    The  Sapperton
i service   will also be    materially  in-
creased, while tbe Interurban cars will
leave this city for Vancouver until
midnight.
What  about that endowment policy
in tae Mutual Life of Canada? ft will
pay you to see S. W. Bodley at -^T
Columbia St. This is the solid com-1
pany-
it ceist Jo Kee, a Japanese, exactly
$25 to learn that it is always unwiffe
to assault a police officer in the execution of bis duty- The Jap had been
wandering around the restricted district for some time Saturday night,
when he was arrested by Officer Gill.
On the way to the lockup, he kicked
his captor on the knee. Magistrate
Corbould commented on the bumptiousness of the yellow individual ta
the police court yesterday morning.
Scotch concert, Opera house. Wed-
neseiay.    Reserve your seats at Ryall'.-.
The Northern bank took possession
Of the north west floor premises of
the lesser Dupont block yesterday, and
will commence business here as soon
as they can get their office In shape.
The premise's are controlled by F.. J.
Fader, who has them leased from C.
G, Major, and he will retain lhe rear
pari of the building for his own office. Hale ,t Lane, an I Thomas Gifford, who have been utilizing space
in the room, will be compelled to
vacate'. An agent for the NortW-ru
bank was in the city yesterday and
while here arranged with on architect to make plans of the fixtures anj
to let a contract for their construction at once.
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high  grade  printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK.
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INSURANCE  BROKER
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PAGE  SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
T'-'ESOAY
OCT
MONEY'S WORTH
# If you are not wearing "Progress Brand"
Clothing, vou are not tyettinc as much
s.yie���as much service���and not nearly
as much satisfaction���as ycu should.
Any man, who wears
"PROGRESS BRAND"
wilt tsll vou so.
Look for the Label that
Protects. It goes on
every genuine "Progress
Brand" Suit or Overcoat    107
__.   DE BECK
epwhrth leaguers
elect many officers
Cleared   Lot
On Sixth street below Fourth avenue, can be had for
$750.00
$400 cash, balance easy.
BOURNE & GORDON
Corner McKenzie and Columbia Streets
Tbe Queen's Avenue church brunci
o�� the Epworu. league held their annual election ol officers last evening
in the lecture room of the church.
Other minor business was transact* '.,
among which was tne appointment i ���
a committee to superintended ri.
furnismng oi the ne.-. addition to '.'..���
church which will be used a_ a S..,.-
_l_;y sc!..- . ;    rii.
fhe tpllowing persons were appointed to serve on the committee.-:
... ib Etiier.nfeton, Ernest Saunters
T. VV. Haslem, Mrs. A. V. Guslfifion
.Miss Ethel Da .;. .....je and -\F->   Cai
The- >.<.:. .. oi officers result,-': I
follows: President, A. E- KtTTer'n-
iiin: first vice presi&ent, Stanley Ro -
son; second vice president, Mrs. A.
v. uustafE n; third vice president, appointment defern l; fourth vice president, Miss Lydia Card; fiiTTr \1ci
president Mrs. l-Rev.j VV. li. Barra-
clough, secretary, P. F. PhiTDps and
treasun I.  b. n  St  Saunders.
Tbe league decided to hold an harvest b< me festival on the evening of
October 21, arrangements Tor whicB
will be competed In due time.
McQUARRIE   &   c<
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Aj
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    HUHMJ 338 FRONT ST.
	
h\
160 acres, less SVi for new railway,!    Full
NINE   LOTS   On   Bl'Un-     Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land, j of  Regina  S
' :'  ith St.
",; 541
I
pf+p anH Distillery streets   iunder srasS| suitable for da'ry farm;  av6nues' w< ��i ��� ,'i
ette ana L��ibiiner\ ^treevb     ^ ^^ under-drained,   ditched all! $4oo; i...u |
Sapperton,   $1600 ;    halt i rtnind an(I ft.uce(1 around and through    4 hgtM
Cash, balance terms. J centre;    :.  room house:    barn 4ta��.  i3t], atreet    il^OoS  ^a"
! sufficient  feed  for about 300 head of _ _ "*"���
G  r<   :..  house on Hamilton Street, i sloc.j;     prjce $8000;   terms one-third ,'    2 HOUSES   on 1 lot, Ken
all  modern  improvements'    One  lot \ca/B_t bal. to suit purchaser.   One mile Sapperton; 5 rooms and kitey
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1400.   frotll BtaUon on new car line. sh8d aml * ' Itchenw
$600  cash, balance   in   monthly  pay- shed.   $1000 each, one-third mL
���"���fa Lot 2��, block    B,    between    Mrs. |anee eagy J
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnar-
8 room house, all modern improve- l^"Bt~^���fuMsize"$1600. I    77.58 ACRES        .    ...
in.nts, full sized lot, Sherwood street, I ploughed an.,' cleared   "d dvk i*
Sapperton.   Price $2700.    $1000 cash,      160  ACRES about  two  miles  from & i/4 Sect.:,   $75 per acre 3
iu_����m    _...,.<_._.      ''li    or.r_.fi    nlf.nrt.il I \.      ... ���-Ity*}
balance on time.
Aldergrove  station,   30   acres   cleared ] caai,  one-third
I  acres land next  to  Roy*] Oak   "'J l'ilrlJ-v  !^"i' *��* htm!ie'  baro I months.
���' Iw, oae-i
and stable.    l'rice $16 per acre;  $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
FRENCH   PROFESSOR
HAS DEVELOPED   LIFE
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
It the best value, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical,   f
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Paris,   Sept.   HO.���Remarkable     e.x-
;=   periments   in   the  chemical   developed   ment  of  life  have  been  recently  i
I   fected  by   Preef.  Delag��, of  the  Ser-
j:; bonne.    In  his laboratory at  Roseoff
t   in Brittany.    Prof. Delage place I  the
X   unfertilized   eggs   (ef  the   sea   urenin
f   and   starfish  in   .s*a   water,   adding   ��
y solution of 3ugar with a few   Irops of
���s j ammonia  .and   tannin.     In   about  an
���   hour segmentation which is the first
\ sign of life, began anel the eggs pro-
1 duced larvae.   The great  majority of
1 larvae soon died, but Prof. Delage by
j oonstant   and   minute    care, TTfouglit
. four  cf the  urchins and  two  of the
.star  frih   through   the   larvae   stage,
ami   tbey  are   now   healthy   growing
spefctaiv^is.      Prof.   D?lage's   experl
- men;.- go beyond those mad-' by Pro!
I Loeb, of the University of California,
' at Berkeley,
7 LOTS, 120x52  facing -.. At|
4 lots cleared, Bmall house
\\ ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. ri Iris:.. house| n5 ,.h|i . ,     ���
Lot 8;  south side of tbe river, near   price $1500, $1000
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
. _ /    & ACRES g i loam soil q��
2   LOTS,   132X132   N.-W.   corner,,:   ^ ^ J
10th Street    and   St. Andrews.    Price!     &   ^^    ^ , "|
$1050; half cash. j r(X)m(.(1   ti(|,H���.     ;i;   ;.   J
2 lots on Sth St. between 3th and ! kitchen and three riririjotns, ��y
6th Ave. on east side; full sized, COx ed; conservatory 30 or 40 (eet)
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for  heated by pipes;  well; stable:
hotel, bas been cultivated, not a
Btump on it. now In grass, 28 bearing fruit trees, ail kinds, sufficient
imhes to build good large barn, 5-
room house and barn and ^arge chicken house for about 250 chickens;
good well; naar to Bchool and train;
fenced. Price $3500 . Terms $1500
cash. $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 66x132 ft, Si ft of 8, lane at
back, Cre! and Queen's avenue. Price
S125C: half cash. bal. C months.
4  iots between  Fourth  avenue  and   ::
Third avenue between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth street, Xos. 21, 24, 25 and
30, cloie to new tram line extension.
$1200,  half cash, half six months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
acres for railway;   25 acres stumped.
I 15 acres roughly cleared and  fenced;
1 1-2 story house ISxriS, lean too 14x28
and  lean  tco  10x22;   barn  30x32 and
both, half cash, balance easy.
ri ::i::\:'i'y% ;:,':._ ["),*-,,",,r^,::.,"..:;.."-..*���,."",,"-,?",
Block, corner of Auckland & I Itti St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
15   bearing  fruit  trees; consifc
stock ready to plant out; 2 skepj
5 acres cleared, light timber i
maining acre;    all fenced;  uj
from school.    Price $3000; hall J
bal. in 6 months at 7 per cent
1   Lot 88x132, 4tb avenue, uu)
$80C cash.
LOTS,    5, 6 &
full sin
;   cleared, upper side of 5tb Aveaji,!
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1C0 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between  Tth and  Sth avenues.
tween 1st and 2nd Streets.  P:ict|
! each.
4  LOTS, 2 lots from Ut i.:<*|
6th Avenue on south side. No:
37 & 38, full size.    Price $1100l��|
'four, or $300 each; half cash
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10 acres choice land partly cleared
up, and in crop; cosy 4-roomed house,
barn and sheds; only 1 1-2 miles
back from river; near LaijKley. $1500.
Abbott & Hyde, next Guichon ho'el,
Xew Westminster, B. C.
2 houses corner or    Merriva]    ainl J
,      y 32x14-   granarv   10x16'   two Agnes;   full sized lot;    city block 31,      Double    tenement  house. Iih J
.                    .     ,. ,. lot  11;     one  house ren's  for $25, thei 1st  and 2nd  St.;   1  lot,   PriceM
chicken bouses, each    10x12;     wagon othf,r $]fl.   flugh  fk)&l.ls  al]l,  a!] con. e (,asll h:ilf iimi half in 0 mentis��|
shed  20x30;   small  milk house, small nected    with    sewers.      Price $3,500.1 Rents for $10 each tenant
orchard, all kiuds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,    balance in 0, 12 and IS                                                      .
,   i.                   _._..,   r, i months at f ct,          ,                                      40 acres ^i section 11. N.'^ oil
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price montns at I   7a.                                       |q1 Tn  ^ abo(]t , m���eB from .^
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily ar- Lots   14   and   15 of  1  of 6    of     4   Haworth  road, Surrey;   house 1
(cleared.)    Price $500; for the two. 1-2 I'.t. storey house, 3 roomB finis]
... , ..       . - , other 2 can be added upstairs;
cash, balance 6 montbs at  ,  per cent. g)iack;  ^   a(.r(,s  (.,._ , .   .,,
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street  of  11 of with clover, reel;  fairly easily   j
���    ,        i ���   t__j     ��o-��_:.  i  o    .. i,   i ���> One   mile   from  shingle mil
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, ba.- $ temg  h;||f ^  tj..M,
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.  ance, 6 months at 7 per cent. months at 7  ri
ranged et 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, be-
I tween Royal and Queens avenue east
I side, new house;  $1400.
NEWSHOES FOR WOMEN
The Edwin C. Burts shoes are the
finest ever seen in this city. Our
new fall stock is here. We invite
all visitors to our exhibition to call
and inspect them. They are shown
in a dozen different models of dress
and shirt wear.
They have all the styles and character that good shoe making can give
them.
In every point of quality they are
fully equal to the best bench made
shoe.
They are smart models for young
ladies, ancl the more conservative
shapes for ladies who desire them.   ���
These shoes are sold only in this city
by
C LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUS?:, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $^000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
House and cottage on Columbia Bt ,
bouse rents for $25, cottage for $12,
;'���',.   ". easy terms.
27ri acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenoing to bear;
new house, I'i storey, 5 rooms; hen
ti uses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property is only ]_. mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man.
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable fur industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
Subdivision of lot 40, block 0, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
In all ten .irixl20 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting tke corner lot facing Fourth avenue and
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five bts, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plans.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for feill  particulars.    ,
Lot, 17, ri. riv 20, 21. lace on 16th
��i!eol and h : '.��� ti ,���; 2 corner lotB
?:���'."; 4 Inside lots $200 each. Pv|Ce
$250,  eash.    Single  lots  at  cash.
Six lots, r.0xl.reh, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenuf, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ton rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
CCxll.2, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 casb, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road. 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 2b; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, join.-- Lake Commnr,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nes. Sl to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on Sth avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house, _75 ehoice
chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
Lots 16, 17 ami 20 of 11 of 3. Price;
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash,
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sizeel lot on Royal avenue, be- -
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear-1
ed. $1,200. $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
Of Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No, 308,���8-roomed House, with bath
mom, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; \b
cash, balance 11 nnd 6 mos. nt 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with  bath
room, corner of 6th nnd  Agnes  St.
Price $4,00C; terms % cash, balance j
Il and 6 months at 7 2',-.
No.   310.���9-roomod   House   and   bath
room,  Agnes   St.   $3,000;   Vi   cash,
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 ri.
-No.   312.���S-roomed   House   and   bath I
room,  Agnes  St.     Price $2,500;   y, !
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.   '
160 acres, Westmins'pr district, 40 j
acres under  cultivation,  10 acres orchard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land;  running)
spring; house IS x 22;  frame barn 30 j
x  32;   14-post   frame house  and   co,v
stables, three in all, stable S cows and J
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;'
steamer lands twice a day; about 100 |
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been I
.logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing,
i timber;  carriage house 16 x 24;  hen
; house  made  of hewed timber laid In
mortar, 12 \ 30.   A chnnce of n ]if��.|
| time, $9,000; $4,000 casb, balance at 0
per cent.
Westerly 4, 11 of 63, Sub, M
132x132  corner  100 feet square
houses drawing $28 per nioutb.
$5,000. half cash, balance In 61
months.
160 S.E.  U of Section 26, Ot
io acres,partly cleared; Kanakij
running through; good road; omJ
north   of   Webster's corner;
mill and P O. at the wesl cornefg
her worth $7 per acre; ceiar 3
4 miles    from    Porl   Ham
$2,100; terms $1,100       i, l^l
ranged.
Large lot  ami  two i  ttagei
lumbia street, Sapperton. Botbr
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey noose J
full   size   lot,  situated north
Royal avenue and cen:,'!- of McK
Btreet;   9 rooms;  bath roon, b1
cold  water, closet;   woodshed;
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on ��|
���ides;   fine  view.    Price $U
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Qnj
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Qi^
Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared
alongside nnd back.     Price Hi
half cash, balance easy at 7 '<
150 acres Improved land, bol
and sheds complete, near Clove���]
all  under cultivation, $15,000. H.
can   handle   this, don'l  delay; ::
bargaln; terms can be arrange
WFor the above tour :   .' :"P
special price will be n a le 'o0Mj
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th   St., betweeai
and 5th Ave.;    2 single- and 1 dni
bedrooms    upstairs,    and batl 1
down stairs;  parlor, dining room,
chen and pantry.   Full -i"'-1 '"''f
ning back  to Ash St.   Prl" ,3''
$1,500 cash, balahce at J*00 |,er:
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots em FiW 'y-
north side between Firsl nnil se
streets,  No.  6,  6 and  7.   P''10''' I
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side "'
llton street between Sixth and ��"'
streets; $236.
2S  acres on    Mara road,
$160 an acre    FOR   A F��JJ|
ONLY.    One-qunrter cash,  o��      j
and 2 years at 7 %���
1  lot No. 24  on 13tb. ������� J
side of 4th avenue.   Pries *'     I
Blocl. 12 on 12th St., east��Ji
full sized ints.   Price ���MOM"
each, bal. 6, 12 and W mon
111
���; lots on Firth Street. 11. ���|*h;in
Sub. 15. S. Hlk. 13-    *350-
cash, balance 6 mon
jnthfl at 7 * OCT. 1
1907.
THE DAILY XF.WS
A.   PAGE SEVEN
For Two Weeks
of land on the Scott road, near
$30 per acre.    You can buy a
liis on good terms.
) PEEBLE;
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comedy, but a comi ~~   tull   sung the "world  ..���-..  md thi ,.,,.,,_���..
e>:'   lively   action,   good,   sound   sentl-   Messrs. Hough and Mams, libretti ta   quarters ol' the liveliest and ;.
ment. and  what is  more than ��lher,   of the Umpire and the Girl Question,   girls in th" business,
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Yesterday  evening  the amouni   cl one or  two of the district < xhi ��� ; ���
fixing yel required ti in     ��� o seeming to be anything lil
the formal opening ol  the p ovinci I Chiiliwack as usual is makin       vi  .-
exhibition of   '������--',   was   Bimi      enor fine exhi I    md  iei   pite   il    he  fa
mous, but theri   were many hands to | that their .stuff, had .to be broughl over
elei the   work,  anl  each   cne        mod from   the   Victoria  fair,   and   set   up
working harder than the other.   As is here they have., already in.id   .   g
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UNDER   NEW  MANAGEMENT.
Ihe Depot Ovster and Chop House
n the  city, whether vi'iitcr or resident.THE PLACE TO DK
:1   Night
Meals serv��
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always ihe case", too much had bei n
left till the lasl minute and the, rr WE3
the  usual  rush    ana    scramble    all
thr ugh the buildings,
.Men. aye and womon loo, who sei
showing. Edmonton and Strathcona, under J. L. Porte's direction,
have' also made a good  showing    nd
have   sent   down    some     nu.;"'���*".   .1
specimens of field crops and corn, al-
elelll!   Or   1H'\.
mer were 1 .;���
up bunting,
right  nail ai
.   boai !.- and n 1 I
uetii .    .   ie' ting    the
.miy..,:.-. r,  the  wrong
one, and all the time looking out to
hire a handy man tor a -shon time to
give them a hi iping hand in their tin-
usual exertions.
In the   V'-ri; ultural building esi ec-
ially. things were very backward only
\:-i;   to    ee  the  Dick   Waterpicor   Boots,    in   Ladies',
:e 1'',:    Vou can dis] ei        with    rubhers    when
i lie 1:   Shoe.    Scl?  Acjency:
Old Country Boot Store,  ���  Columbia Si.
J.    STEWART,    Proprietor
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lank of Montreal
ESTAI LISHED ISI*.
TAL   ...  - 114,400,000.00
RE    iRVE        $11,000,000.00
\ .   -. Canada and New foundland, and  ln   London,  England,
Sew   .     ..  Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
... ng Business Transacted.
f;s oi Credit Issued, available wi tl. correspondents In all parts of the
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Png�� Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In suns of Jl and upwards,
'������    .   rest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate) added
four times a year.
1 Asset, over $168,000,000.00.
V v>   WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
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-,   ,]]    :,  Ba,Y or im;ii-   80  a sample  of bricks  manufactur
at   Edmonton   ami    pronounced
practical men who have used them, to
In. of the finest  quality.
Coqultlam has a much sma'ler a
but has it well tilled. Langley, Mission City, Burnaby, Kelowna and Nelson all have their representatives
hard at work arranging and fixing
their stands.
In the machinery hall the mast noticeable additions are the exhibit of
Hutchison Bros., of Victoria, wh i arc
exhibiting a handsome boat anl snni-
ples of motor engines made at their
works, aad sojnfl BMirplefl of th 1 ���-
minion wire w.mud" wood water pipe.
The dog show building is tea ly
and the food is ihere, but the clogs
are nol and will not to till T>"e3ne3-
day, One hundred and thirty entries
a - provided for but there are more
to be ail,led.
ALBERTA  PHON��  LINES.
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45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   HANK   WITH
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS  OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bunk deposits.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
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1 *U KER,  President. ALEX.   UJSD,  general   Manage,.
\ GENERAL BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Dear Sirs:
Exhibition visitors are personally invited to
look at the Fall and Winter Display of Fit-Reform
Suits, Rain Coats, and Overcoats.
The styles now ready discount in variety and
excellence anything of the kind ever shown in
Vancouver. The enviable part of this business
is style, with a wide range of patterns confined to
our trade exclusively, and little chance for
duplication.
The new Overcoats and Suits are a revelation
of fine tailoring, with character ancl individuality
all their own.
We ask nothing,better than a chance to show
the New Fall Fashions, regardless of whether or no
you care to buy.
Construction Work Completed in Several   Sections  of   Prov.nce.
Edmonton, Alia., be^t. 30,���The provincial government    telephone    iir.es
bave bei it co^leted m a veral   tarts
ol the ;.-  ���. i' i g and work la pi  ce  l-
| Lng briskly on the unfinished secti ma.
The ('���.;-,:::.   li.... -... novi complete.and
instruments  will  te    Installed    very
ihortly.   The Macli Dd and Blalrthore
���and Franklin Is aim.est  finished, and
i will i e> operated vei > sai rt'l; ;    i-   i ee
, line from Wetasklwin easi to Hardls-
; ty v,111   ... completed tMs w< i ���. an 1
' thi   lin.   fro n  Lai ombe A> s x ler ri
| Com] lete.   The s ������- tlon I'tov.i Edmonton  to  i. - dmlnster i i Bn -ei   I   pasl
; Vo( revill i and is expected to   e
i plete l i'iis [all,    Phones have  been
distribute I tor a portion of tha litw
I to Athabasca landing.   Por .i eli I    i -
j of aboul  30 miles pole's will be put
I up and the wire strung, and the   i  sl
i of the distance will lie completi a on
the federal    government    telegraph
| pole's, which extend to the landing. It
, is mei expected that this line will bo
(inislieil  by fall, but at least      good
���tftrl  e>:i the work will he mails unu
the  resi   can    lie  easily    finished   by
Bprlng,
EF0RM
FARMERS'  BANKING.
��V7 ������elllt,  atforded  Farm?rs for   thelr banking  business.    Sale,  Notes
cashed  ,
"=��  or  taken   for  collection. .     _,,���,,
J!,AN'K'NQ   BY   MAIL-Deposlta   may be made or withdrawn ob, mall.
lown accounts receive every attention.
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����XRN   SATUltDAT   EVENINGS. 8 TO '.��� O'CLOCK.
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Clothiers and Tailors
tyaMHMfefflgfc SEESSaSSSS CS23SE^5 �� S2HSS <
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INSURANCE   RATES
ARE  TOO   HIGH
Winnipeg, Mun..  Sept. :.��.���U    was
learned  this morning that an  agitation will be started amongst the business men of the city and an effort
! will  be made to have reduced ir.3ur-
i anre nates in the city.
I     It is stated, that for the last. w6rK-
i Ins year of the insurance companies
i in  Winnipeg,  premiums collected on
j the   Winnipeg  business   amounted  to
! nearly |600,000, while the actual loss-
I es were only about  $!)fi,00n. balance,
��ss working expenses,    representing
��� profit.
I A comiiined effort will, it is under-
I stood, be made to have the companies
1 reduce the rate, and failing th's, it is
\ said that the local government will
| be asked to intervene and Tn Some
| manner prevent the exhorbltant rates
being demanded.
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THE DaILY  NEWS.,
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Tuesday
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Visitors Welcome
Visitors will be made welcome at my offices. I have fitted up
Visitors' Rooms, where you may write your letters, rest or read the
papers. . ,
Meet Me at Kerrs
Arrange to meet your friends  at   Kerr's  offices. .
In the KiVAen���u�� WINDSOR SALT. It is a ieriouj
mistake to use common tak. Use
the. fine, pure. Windsor.
ioo
CANNOT EAT TURKEY.
Tnanksgiving  Day Is a  Fast Day  For
All Good Catholics.
CW.J.KERR.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.	
PIRE INSURANCE
*-._. WE REPRESENT THE FOLLOWING   COMPANIES.
paL0tia*^��fa^ | -        ��i_ ���      Capital
>*    NORTH  BRITISH  AND  MERCANTILE  $14,600,000
PHOENIX OF LONDON      13.085,493
r*        COMMERCIAL UNION  OF  LONDON        12.166.666        ^
LONDON   AND  LANCASHIRE      12,166,666    a*-
LIVERPOOL AND  LONDON AND  GLOBE        9,733,333
NORWICH  UNION        5.333,333
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TOTAL   $67,085,491
Further comment is surely not necessary. -'' *
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ua
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Ottawa, Sept. 30.���The attention of.
the   Hon.  It.   VY.  Scott,    secretary  Ofl
state, has been called to the fact that
Thursday, October til, the  day fixed
for   Thanksgiving  day,    immedSTSely
precedes    All    Saints' Day,    and    Ss
therefore  "fast" day  In     the Roman '
Catholic church.    This  will preclude
the members of that church from en-1
joying the usual Thanksgiving turkey.
)\ is improbable that the date will be
changed for this r&UtoD.
ensnare tht unwary and the unpru.- j
ticed. The story is of vital Import. H
gets close to Hie real oaUM of a giri
toiling to carve out a happy future;
it bares to public scorn the contemptible methods employ* d by the villian
to trap an Innocent girl to ruin, and
for that reason alone, for the lesson,
the moral it teaches, no woman or
girl of any age, class or condition
should miss witnessing the production
which comes to the opera house on
October 2 and 4 under the direction
of the Rowland and Clifford Amusement company.
Just a Promise,
Portage la Prairie, Sept. OU.���Co!
lingwoofl Schreiber is quoted today as
authority for the statement thai the
O.T.P. will be open for traffic between
Winnipeg and Saskatoon this year.
Locally, however, this report is entirely discredited. Practically no steel Is
laid east of the city and very little
grading is done. All the gangs are
concentrated completing the line to
the west, and no work at all is being
yet undertaken east of here. Prom
present indication it is extremely unlikely that any stee'i will be laid between here and Winnipeg until next
season.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
Tenders (whole or separate) will be |
received up to noon of Oct. 10 for com-1
pletion of residence for L. McQuarrie.
esq.
Pjan_  and specifications    may    be
seen at L. MoQuarrle's office. Front.
street, and at my office, Sixth Street.
LOWOSt Oi tmy tender not necessarily accepted.
Oi H. clow. Architect.
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WRITING
PAPERS
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YY/E are  opening 1
"   another   ship- |
ment of the Eaton- M
Hurlburt Papeteries if
High class goods.
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Confetti is Harmful.
The health department of Xew York
city has  strongly  conifemned  the use
] of confetti as harmful.    It is alleged
l that a number of patients have been
| treated  in  the   various  hospitals   for
inflamed ami sore eyes caused by the
! throwing of confetti,  and   there  will
be the further evil  result  of an' epidemic of skin diseases.
I J. J. MACKAY y COS
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We have in stock all kinds of
HEATING STOVES
A sufficient volume of water to operate a large flume through the timber   limits  owned     by  the    Hasting
Shingle   Manufacturing  compSTify   on
! the  north side of Burrard inlet was
. granted   to   that   company   yesterday
1 by   Government   Agent C. C.   Fisher.
They  were granted  a record* o? 250
, inches for a term of ten years, from
an  unnamed   stream  emptying    Into
Seymour creek, about 1000 feet from
salt water.   It is understood that the
: company  will     commence    extensive
: logging operations in the  vicinfTy in
. the near future.
Our Spccialty���Airtights relined and repaired.
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 AGENTS
Heir to  a   Million.
Portage la Prairie, Sept. HO.���.lames
McLean, farmer of this district, is reported to have fallen heir to An lm-
j mense  fortune  of  a   million  dollars,
j left hlm by a deceased uncle in Huron
I county.    Mr, McLean has been living
with It. McCulloch, near Burnside, for
. some time, and  will shortly go east
. to investigate.
Call and examine
our full line of
Heating Stoves
Purchase at the commencement of the
fall season.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent
cn  a .SAFE  or CASH   REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver,. B. C-
.rin Richards St., Phone 2126
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily
Choice BEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
COOKSLETS
Well Known
Souvenir
8   PRIZE CUPS
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A   Candidate   Wanted.
To the Editor of the News:
Sir���Some days ago. before the : ������
cent Conservative meeting, I suggested the advisability of hoi ling a Liberal convention Immediately for the
' purpose Of deciding who is !o be our P OS T C A R D S
candidate al the' next Dominion election, 'i'he Conservatives are ((Treaty
;it work with a well Known candidate On Sale at
In the field; Liberals do not yet i.now
who Is to be Ui sir choice, s-i far as
I know, the Lioeral leaders have taken no notice of my suggestion, and i
now urge more strongly ihan before
the necessity of speedy action, Are
there not many others among your
readers who think as I do?
LIBERAL  VOTER.
New Westminster, Sept. 30, 1907,
of New Westminster and disriien
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamcn's  Cigar   Divan
(���"Advertise tbe town we live hi  i y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yol'l'
friends.
Guns   for hire  at Geo.  11.  Spec:.'.,
Trapp block, Columbia street
| W. C. CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler f
Agent for the Hamilton Watch.
fox*z*i*z*z*z*i^
Thorns  and   Orange   Blossoms.
Bertha M. Clay's chief object in life
has been to better the poorer Cesses,
In  particular  her efforts  have  beeji
I directed to ameliorate the conditions
existing among  the  working girls 6l
1 all nations and In "Thorns and Orange
Blossoms"   this   talented    authoress
; strikes a decisive blow at  thee insincerity, hypocriey, and pitfalls laid to
Rushton & Speck
��� i'OU���
Victor Gramophones and Records
General  Repairing.
 The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
���POR���
Ranges, Stoves and all kinds of
FURNITURE.
Columbia and Front Sts.      Phone 275
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ii Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver and    wav
stations will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars  leave the  depot    every
tnenty minutes   for  both  Sapperton and city limits over the
city Hno.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commeucing at G:30
a. in.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
��� British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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Chiiliwack  Special
...IMPROVED FARM...
!)() acres, 70 acres cleared and n nder. cultivation, or in  meadow;   the
j remaining 20 acres in alder bottom   land; good house (nearly new); large
barn, etc.; situated 2% miles from to wn on lirst class road.   The land pro-
: duced 2V% tons of hay per acre this   year and other crops in proportion,
THIS   SPEAKS   FOR   ITSELF.
Price $9500.00,  Easy Terms
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OCT.
Ies
Have You Any Wants In
HOUSE FURNlSHINl
IF   SO  THIS ADVERTISEMENT  IS WORTH
READ
INO,
We have doubled our stock  of House  Furnishinm , j
a* and are
better position than ever to supply wants of the homes i. _>,
i" Bean
Comforters.  Pillow,  Lace Curtains,   Towels.     Quilts     T_,ke
' auie i\
Sheetings,  etc.
3NlJ
''ril
Wool Blankets        Comforters
Flannelette Blankets, best English and Canadian makes, per
pair $1.25 to $3
A hew lot of English, Whitney
Blanket! Just received, sizes
72x90 uuel 80X103, each blanket whipped separately and ol
the. liiu-st quality. To see
them will be to appreciate the
excellent values. Prices
range from .. . $7.50 to $11.50
Bide] :   ..-:: . ,     ., .      J
Turk���y  'i,;,'!z-   and   J",
ooverlngs, size , >;.,���-, ""'I
69x72, each .... , .,, ���!*\
���v. %ito$ij,5(l
ai
Ptrre whiti  fili^d <
en
a greal  -,-,,.,     . . i
ooverlr,g,, each $1.75 to $5.50
P'ir<  whiti   ���'      Coml
���   light   and
each  	
V to lt|
Bed Pillows
Our new bed  Pillows have no equal   in   town   tor   value,   We ��
showing .a new lot with nice fancy striped covers and goodeS
filling of the best qualities,   each        75c tot
Table Linens and Napkins
We buy all our linens direct from the manufacturers In Ind
and our new showing will satis.y the most exacting buyer as tod
ity and price.
Unbleached Table Damask, per yard     35c to!
Bleached   Table   Damask,   per yard 50c to I
Special values in Table Sets  consisting of Table   (overs
Napkins to match.
White and Unbleached Sheeting
We are showing only the best Euglish and Canadian stiwtH
and al prices which are th* lowest. So those woh are looking for tl
best wearing sheetings we would like to show a new lol of Knglii
weaves which we have just received. We have bought tln-m oursehL
after comparison with many other lines. We can recommend tha
aa the best to be had. Ask to see them. Special prices on qua
tities.
Quilts of Every Description
From the smallest crib to the largest bed quilts shown in al! want!
weights and  qualities.
Special Honey Comb Quilts, each    $1.25 to $7._j
Marcella and  Damask Spreads,each   $2.00 to I
Colored Red Quills, each   $1.00 to W{
Towels���Every Kind
We have a line of lurklsn Towels In white and unl eaclfl
which we know cannot be befit for value. They are sold ilirect fro
the mill to us and such values. We hate to place them alongside son
of the other makes.    We are Belling them fast right now.
Turkish Towels in white or unbleached, each   10c to HU
Linen Turkish Towels, the kind  that  make a joy of the hath-Nfl
heavy fellows in all sizes, each ->0c to $1-0)1
Cotton Towels, each   5c to 2Scl
Lace Curtains
We  are   showing a  hundred
.ml one si.-, les In curtains.
Holim Curtains, per pair	
  $2.50 to $7.50
Lace Curtains, per pair	
  50c to $10
Sash  Muslins,  all   widths    and
descriptions, per yard  	
    10c to 50c
Madras Muslins In white and
cream widths 27 to .">! inches,
per yard 2pc to $1.00
fringes to  match,    per   'yard
   5c to 25c
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
THE   STORE  FOR   HOUSE FURNISHINGS.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminster |
STAR OF INDIA
TEA COMPANY
Manufacturers of
"PERFECT"
PURE
Cream of Tartar
Baking Powder
ALSO
"PERFECT
Flavoring
Extracts
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We Are Giving $$.00 Geld for the best layer
====   Cake at the Exhibition.   =^==^
A cardial Invitation Is extended to nil   to visit our exhibit at t��c flllr I'ESCAV.
���TOEER 1. 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE MNE
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SCHOOL TRUSTEES ASSEMBLE
IN ANNUAL CONVENTION
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It runs light, and sews right.
Vibratory��� Rotary���Automatic.
Watch for our large exhibit and demonstrations in Fancy Work at the
fair.    Upstairs in main building.
Machines delivered to your door in
any place in British Columbia.
fancouver Sewing Machine Exchange
l       |e Main   Store,  Cor   Granville   and   Robson streets
Phone  1487.
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tURNITURE
LINOLEUMS
WINDOW BLINDS
BABY CARRIAGES
THE
H. I. SHELTON CO.
BEARS THE HIGHEST
REPUTA TION.
782 lo 78b
Granville Street, Vancouver
PHONE 2098.
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Ladies, Win
15���or���$10
EASTERBROOK   MILLING  CO., Eburne,
OFFER TWO PRIZES ��� First, $15; second, $10, for
the best loaf of bread exhibited at the forthcoming Provincial Exhibition, made with their celebrated
IMPERIAL   FLOUR - IMPERIAL
No entrance fee needed ���all that is necessary is that the
bread be made with IMPERIAL FLOUR.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
k C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturera and Dtaitera in All Kinda ot
-umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door*,
Interior Finish,    1 timed Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
-umber Always in Stock tor Fencing and Draining.
toyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
(Continued   from  First  Page.)
within th covers of the text books
was very ���neai!. and it wns necessary
in oi dei ��� op< rty educate tiie pupils thai they should have access to
go id  literal ir<
Itoiinlil  Rose  seconded.
P. Peebles supported, believing the
provision of school libraries was the
proper thing to do.
lv   A, Atkins   pointed out  that  the
vernment   had  circulating  marines
which  could   be
moderate terms
Maxwell Smith explained that these
circulating libraries had ceased.
Technical  Books.
Tin- chairman considered that i
technical .: rar.v for the use of teach-
1 rs wou] i. be vei.. valuable in iural
school v Nelson, thej had Bpi ni
$100 ;e ye i upon their school libraries I'ot  thfi   las!   five  years.        Other
! nlctpalitles.       By   centralization   thej
would he able to Improve the hygienic j
conditions  ol schools, and  would se-
ii : lin.:.   Where this pol-
Icj had been adopted, they always eft-1
ii bet ter attendance.
A. I_. Coote said the pr��;)osed con-!
veniences for the conveyance or children  would  lw  troublesome and  expensive.    In municipalities this would
be unworkable.
W, McBride considered it would be j
advantageous for them in Surrey to
amalgamate their schools, in ��ach of!
which the attendance was poor. They I
had a -rood deal of difficulty in l<ee,>-;
in- these s"in--
The resolution was finally carried,   j
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   MAIN  LINE.
Leave N'ew Westminster 7:1"), 9:35,
17:05, 18:30.
Arrive    N'ew    Westminster
10:35,  18:10, 20:15.
8:45,
Single and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
��� ^irie5sce:;e::*':iiS��i:-:";:-::";:::"'
Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Wholesale Fruits,
Commission
Merchants
British Columbia
J. PHILLIPS
AND COMPANY
J17 Water Street,
Phone 2597
VANCOWERB.C
JT..   ���
,;"n Specialty
The chairman proposed    "'rtfTu the!
ibtained  upon   verv   ,.        ���,.,,.,., , , I
1 Council oi Public Instruction be urged ;
to amend the regulations so as to permit   teachers  who  have    taught  6UC-!
cessfully a number oi years to write!
on a part  of the additional subjects
yearly  till  a  first-class certificate Ib
" tained."    He said thar the ielea was'
to enable a teacher to pass an examination  in  sections instead of having
to take it at once.
Secretarv   Dougan   said     that   the
cities   were,  he    believed, doing the  {l..u.h(.r, ,,.���, a|l|)���)ml the resoMIOn,
'.-nine. . .
w.-iieh was now agreed to.
Was  "  Riaht? Plea   for   Health.
A ri egate questioned whethertrus-     Th��� motlon   ..Tha, ���.��� ,,.,..-���. con.
tees v""' "���,'i!"1 '" exPen<3 """'ey of ���e,ions in 0UI BCh00lg can be lmprov.
nat'       '   ^ in ,his wa>' , {���!. and that generally the school sur-1
lh" chairman advised the spending L
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ur. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:56 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
arrive Guichon C p.m.
Leave Guichon C a- ni-, arrive Xew
N'ew  Westminster S::iO a. ni-
.Mondays, Wednesdays and  Fridays'.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter tii; 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at ti a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri.. 7 a.m
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
SS. Amur or Princess Beatrice
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
and Kth of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coo'.a
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent. Victoria.
of money until the ratepayers object
ed,     i La-miner.)
Criticizes  Text   Books
Secretary Dougan urged that the
government circulating library was
unfitted for the purpose desired, anel
many of their school text books were
about the worst, they could get. Ije
made bold to say that pupils TSferlved
much mure knowledge from a library
than the text  books.
The   resolution   war.  adopted   after (
being amended as follows: "That the
governmenl  be   respectfully asked  to
windings can be beautified and taw
fcroved," was submitted by J. W. PecK
fl:i-l  supported  by a  lengthy  idea  for I
more care for tli*> hygienic ntilT" priy-
s:   el welfare of the school child.
H. N. Cotirsier seconded and sale.
they were very proud of the beneficial results which had attended the laying out of their schoo] playground at I
Revelstoke with turf and flowers. !
This work had been appreciated by
all.
The resolution was adopted.
Motion  Defeated   ��� !
E. B. Wiltshire submitted a resolu-
assist in securing school libraries for -j,,,, ..That whereas under Set.. 25,
rural schools by giving an equal sum; public SshooI Act( ratepayers resid-
for any amount levied by the district Jog in the olulying portions of mu-
for such purpose." . nie i;,..i   school  districts   are debarred
No  Support  For This One. j from   voting  or acting as  trustees  in
Beyond   its   formal   proposition  by the schools which their children at-
the  secretary,   no  support  was  given j (end   in   adjoining   municipal     school
to the resolution "That in the interests of public education the private
schools should submit yearly or often-
er the attendance of pupils on their
roll."
Hai!   the   Union   Jack.
It was unanimously resolved that
the gene:nine nt be asked to provide
.I Hag for all rural schools.
Medicai    Examination.
P.  Peebles  proposed���
"Ite eived:   That   the  necessity   be
urged upon the government of a Utto'r-
ough and systematic medicai examination of all public school children and i
���w-M-teers."
\V.   McBride,   seconding,  said they.
districts; it is herewith resolved that
the government be petitioned tb am-;
end the present lay in order lo allow
these ratepayers to enjoy said privileges.!' The proposer urged that
many were disfranchised under the
existing stale of things.
P. Peebles seconded, lt was for tho
government to remedy the defect.
W. .McBride believed it would be
extremely difficult to re-arrange matters if only because of the voting
lists.
The resolution was put to the vote
and  lost.
High   School   Exams.
The next  motion, backed  by J.  N".
had   experienced   great    difficulty   in Muir. was���
this  respect  in Surrey. "Thai it is in the interest of educa-
A.   L.  Cue asserted  thai   the   pies- tion that  the regular high  school en-
ertt arrang ments at CMlltwatife failed 'ranee  examinations be held on  the
to secure proper inspection.   He considered  the  government    shcruM  ap-
poin'1  Independent medicai officers.
The resolution was carried.
Want Standard Kept Up.
A lengthy discussion ensue'i upon
a   resolution     "That  our   educnTTim.il
Interests would be besl conserved by
having  reciprocity between Che  provinces in the matter of r-:iblic school
' teachers," which was eventually lost.
Inspector Stuart condemned then'-
; o'lution as one that BerlouBly affected
Che teaching profession in BritWhCol-
iimbia. Although there was a shortage of teachers, which the governmenl h.i 1 taken tempotwy measures
in meet, this was noi to be regaTfled
us permanent, if they paaeefl this
resolution, they would set up a widespread competition with theiT own 3.
c. children, who were oomlng along
as teachers. Moreover, the Btanflard
of proficiency r< quired from teachers
was not equal In the various prov-
Inci s.
w. McBrlde pointed onl thai the
scarcity i f teachers was compelling
trustees of municipal schools to take
1 anyone   they   could   get.     The   towns
wvrv  drawing  their   best    teachers
away.
io. A. Atkins pleaded for the admission Of any Canadian posse.sse I of
the requisite teaching qualifications,
Teachers were us good hack East as
they were In B. 0.
P. Peebles pointed out flint the province  allowed   a   tearher  to  come   to
B.  C.   for one year  upon   any  certifi-
cito, when they could pass the pro-
; vtaclal examination. i
Superintendent Argue, .4. \v. Peek,:
and V. II.  Bourne also joined Tn the
discussion.
Postponed.
The resolution "Tliat n nnilrirn.
qualification for teachers and grading
Of pupils throughout the Dominion
would be beneficial," wns deferred for
six months.
Centralize Schools.
J, W. Peck pul forward the resolution, "Thittt this Institute strongly favors, where practicable, the centralization of schools,"     To believed that
If Ihis  policy  were  purtU1��3, 11   WOUld
go fair to ramove the diflEUuHty In regard to the dearth of teachers In ran-
-ami'   line  anil on  the    same set
questions throughout the province.'
The resolution was lost.
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TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
VANCOUVER   -VICTORIA SEATTLE
ROUTE.
SS.   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vancouver 1  p.m. daily except Tuesday.
Leaves Seattle 12 midnight daily.
Leaves Victoria 7:30 am- da ly except Tuesday, for Vancouver.
S S. Charmer
Leaves Vancouver 11:30 p.m- daily
except Sunday.
Leaves Victoria 1 p-m. daily except
Sunday.
SS- Princess May or Princess Royal
Leaves Victoria 12  midnight  Mondays-
Leaves Vancouver 1 p.m.   Tuesday.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer  R.  P.   Rithet.
To Victoria: Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m-
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 am.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver  1:30   P-m- daily,
1 except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 1th
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Qtmt-
slno, Cape Scott and way ports-
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster daily except Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
trip Monday at b am-
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday
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
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fer Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
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 Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
! stage f'lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
j Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 Ptii.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7.15 P-���-
, .Rossland  4.10 p.m.
...Nelsoil 6.45 P-m.
H. A. JACKSON,    ,}
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Fall Suit
Styl
The Suit Styles this season have reached a
state of perfection.
All extreme and all loud effects have been
avoided. Fabrics and the cut of the garments are-
Refined,  Conservative and
Artistic
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The Coat is slightly form
fitting and of medium length,
with and without center vents.
The Collars and lapels are of moderate length and
width. The Trousers are cut of moderate width and of a
very graceful form-
There never was a season when the styles were handsomer or more satisfactory.
We'll be pleased to put our time against yours and
show you what the new season has brought forth.
We fear neither scrutiny or comparison.
H. L. DeBECK
THE   CLOTHIER
Opposite Post Office. New Westminster
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THE DAILY XEWS.
TUESDAY.
��CTOBEp
CITY OF NEOESTMINSTER
Re   VOTERS'   tIST
Notice is hereby given that a court
Will be held pursuant to the Voters'
List clauses of "New Westminster
Act, 1888," and Amending Acts, by
the Hon- \Y- Norman Bole, Judge ol
the County Court, at the Council
Chamber, City Hall, in this city, rAi
Tuesday, the 1st day of October, 1907,
at 11 o'clock a.m-, to hear and determine such applications of which notice has been given- All persons having business with the Court are required to attend .at the said time and
place.
IBy Order,
W. A- DUNCAN,
City Clerk and Clerk of said Court-
New Westminster, Sept. 21, 1907-
THEATRE TICKETS
ARE STILL MISSING
Magistrate Corbould Remands Case and Advises
Principles to Settle.
City Voters' List
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1907 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voters' List, or any Elector who shall desire to have any
name erased therefrom, must prefer
his or her request in writing, signed
with his or her name, and shall deliver or cause same to be delivered,
to the City Clerk within the time
hereinbefore  specified.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Clerk's office, City Hall,
New Westminster, Aug. 30, n.oi.
For  two hours yesterday  morning,
the case of Richard T. Love, accused
of stealing a number of thea're tickets .and other paraphernalia belonging
to the B. C. Permanent Loan and Savings company, was argued in the police   court.     W.   J.   Whiteside  represented the plaintiff,   Henry   Esmond,
while J. D. Kennedy acted on behalf
Of   Love-       Several   witnesses     were I
heard,   after   which   Magistrate   Cor- j
bould reserved his decision until this '-.
morning,   strongly  advising  the  par- ;
ties to come to a settlement iu the j
meantime.
Gowan MacGowan, treasurer of the j
Opera house, swore  to the  fact that
the tickets had been taken away from j
the  Opera  house,  and   that Mr. Love j
admitted   being  responsible    tor  this. I
The  value of tiie articles was some-1
where   in   the   neighborhood   of   $25. I
He was appointed acting manager by
Mr. Esmond when the latter went to
Seattle on Sept. 19.    He aad pata the '
bills presentel to him, but when Love
presented  an account   on   Frielay.   ha
had no money to meet it, as he ha 1
turned over everything to Mr.-. Rambeau, who representee!  Miss Mrifjorie ���
Overweight Problem Solved
With this 1907 visible self weighing, self computing Automatic Scale,
a child can easily, quickly and correctly divide the wholesale purchase
into retail packages without a grain of overweight.
F. J. Hart, agent  for the B. C
Per-
de-
NOTICE TO BUILDERS
TENDERS  will  be  received   up to| Rambeau.
noon of September 28th for the building of addition  to
store-
Plans   and   specifications    may  be I bouse to Miss Marjorie Rambeau and
seen at offlce of C  H- Clow, architect,
and at Johnston's shoe store.
Johnston's  shoe  I11,unent Loan company, went into
; tails   concerning  the  leasing    ��T the
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
C   H- CLOW, Architect.
New Westminster, B-C, Sept. 20, 1907.
CIVIC HOLIDAYS
in  accordance    with    a resolution
Irving Beers.    Personally he did not
know anything  concerning the Rambeau   Stock  company,    "l'here  was  a '
| balance of $inu owing for rent cn the j
house (Mr. Hart made this aln*.-esin.i
under protest).   He did not know positively  whether the lease of the Opera   house  made  any   mention  of  the
missing tickets, which were the prop- |
erty of the owners of the house.
D.  E. Munn repeated some conver-
passed al the regular meeting of coun-   sations which he had  had with Love
cil on the 23rd inst., I hereby declare
TUESDAY, OCTOBER  1st. and
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd,
from l p.m. to j p.m. public half-holidays, and respectfully invite the citizens generally to so observe the same   him to his solicitor.
W. li.  KEARY, Henry  Esmond was  next called  i
Mayor.      the stand.   He went into details con
City Hall, New Westminster, Sept. 24,   cernlng  an iarrangement     whicn   ht
last   Friday,   when   he   had   been   instructed by 'Sir. Hart to inform Love
that  if the tickets were not  in their,
usual   place   within   a   specified   time,
he would  be arrested.    Love  referred
ll'07.
NOTICE.
$25.00 reward will be paid to any-
fine who will give Information to sec-
ure the conviction of parties found
imaging the., property of the oorpor-
.iiK'.e at tho public parks or elsewhere
In the city.    By order,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
.   'City  Hall, Sept  lb. L907.
TENDERS
For the erection of boiler house and
lavatory eet the Central schools. Plans
and specifications can be seen al the
office of ('. li. Clow, Architect, an I
��� n  the   school  grounds,    The   fCWest
ler not necesarlly accepted.   Ten-
rei elvi l  al   the  office   of  the
undersigned until WEDNESDAY, Oct.
2.   .1   .".   ji.lii-
P.   PEEBLES.
Real
Saving
Whether er not a price is low
depends on what sort of value
you receive for the price- On
this basis we Bave you money
on everything that druggists
sell- Our flrst aim is to supply
our trade with 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
H STEWARDSON
Civil Engineer and
Draftsman
ELLARD BLOCK, NEW WESTMINSTER
made   with   Love  whereby  the latter
was to attend to the. press work an 1
I outside advertising-oT Incoming show,
during   witness'   absence   In   Seattle,
when   he went tier the purpose of securing some players to replace those
, who had been released a few days pre-1
j viously.    Love held no authority to as- j
| sume the title of manager,    Love al-
i so agreed  to  work   for  nothing  until |
I Oct. 1, when the company was td be j
re-organized, ���ind he would be given '
I the position of stage director at a sal-
i ary  of $50 pei   week     After his  return to this city, he Interviewed Love
and the latter admitted that hs~nad
assumed the managership of the hous.
owing to ;i misundi rsThnding of Esmond's Instructions.    He had not refused tee pay Love his salary, arlnougn
lu. eliel neet think there was anything
coming to him,   Whi n asked for tickets,   Love  had  refused    to    produce
them.
in cross-examination of thta wilnesB
Mr. Kennedy redlculed the story that
Love would agree to wurK for nothing. Counsel asked the witness
whether there had not I een com' I
I able llcens ��� permltte l on the -' tg<
during l he | erformance of "The Tex-
I iis Steer" of Sept. 14, bul Esmond el ���
cllned 'ee answer. In reply th (pus-
tions, he tild not know how long Love
had been engaged tor, and although
claiming the title of manager of the
company, he could not say ln whal
condition the books were in, neither
had he put his O.K. on any bills,
, Miss Rambeau did nol object to Love
as manager, this was purely a personal matter. He had personally
guaranteed thai  Love would be i>ui I
for   llis   services.
At this point, Magistrate Corbould.
evidently wearied with the CCtfunuTffi
repetition of the evidence, suggested
the advisability of settling the. matter
i between the principals without baiting
iii* any more of the court's time. The
prosecution was agreeable to this,
but Mr Kennedy state.ii thai as his
ciiiuit had been ar/ested and publicly
humiliated, thej had determined to
s.M' the oa ie through ln order Eo obtain justice.
After a short review of the' case by
i counsel on both shies, Mr. CSfiHe*tTy
'stilting that there wns no evidence
thai the tickets had been stolen, and
Mr. Whiteside argutng that the eas*
w;.s clearly proved, us Love hu l no
righl to take the tickets, the lfiagls-
trate adjourned the case until today,
strongly advising the settlemenl of
tli tty trouole in the meantime,
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W.  E.   PALES'
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
1 am the pioneer Furniture and House Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director and Embalmer, anel I will sell you anything iu nay line cheap
and will give you better value than you can get ln any other place
in the city.    Try me.
Wall   Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 25c up.    China
Matting from 15c up.    Linoleums from 45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the  best  made, $2.25   per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kin Is of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and saUstaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving.daily.
I have sold  the Mock und am still doing business   in  the   sumo  place
and in the same old way.
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House on Tth Avenue, near 4th street.
Five rooms, hall and pantry, ancl electric light. Nice lot, stable and chicken
run.     Price $1800,   favorable terms.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSdN. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
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Voting Contest
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A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES!
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARZ INCLUDING   L25    vol.' MES   v\.|
HANDSOME  CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO ' j
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER S8J
CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OP   VOTES   IN  TH
LOWING  MANNER :
The merchants listed below will give   with  eac! ]
i '. ia ��� ee:i��- vote.
Th ���  contesi   began  Aiil'.  23rd,  1907,    and wlll close   -! i ��� ���
1908, at T p. in.
A    allot ;.��>x is placed In l>. s. Curtis .c   Co's drug
ire to be deposited,
Ai the close e.r the contesi the Lodge, Society, (';. ��� s ' I
having   received   the    largest number of votes will b<       ��� ���      |
libi ary,
Currenl   accounts  when  prompUy paid are enti led
Remember, votes can be Becured bj  trading with |
ed below.
Library  Is on exhibition al W. v.. l-'.,b-y turnitun
!>. s. Curtis will <���<>iiiii the rates,
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
JUST   RECEIVED
A Large Shipment of
C rockery ^Glassware
GIVE US A CALL IF YOU REQUIRE ANYTHING IN THAT LINE.       OUR^ PRICES
ARE RIGHT.
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL  STUDIO
(uuder new management)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting  Goods. Gen.  Repairing
ri.   S.   CURTIS  eS. CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
T.   S.   ANNANDALE
West   End Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS PUB.
Daily  and  Wec'riy News
MOREY   & CO.
Books and Stationery
CO.
o. burdett
Home-made   Choeollte Co11'
fections,    Ice   Creatf^
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STABL"|
S.   H. Thompson. Pr����
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
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In Library Voting Contest.
Good   for  Ten  Votes  In Library Voting Contesi   ��
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Keer one year'i lubserlptlon paid In advance, J1""'
���     200 votes; six months, $2.on, ioo rotes.
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1907
Till-] DAILY NEWS.
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SSIONAL
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&  BOWE3,  Barris
etc..   42    Lornt-
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h   ". ...     ��� rnrt    House.   New
'-���"I    a   Vriiealler.  P.O. Boi
Ester.   ii;ione xil	
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
MANY PRIZE WINNERS |
AMONG THE STOCK
LrrsiDF * EDMONDS, Barris
FESI , ' . , . ,.H, Blackie Blk.
r'ttree. New Westminster
^'S H   L. Edmonds.
���for CONRAD, CARCRO^   ATLIN
'W"ITE   HORSE.   DAWSON   IS
i FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except
.Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect
p HAMPTON BOLE, solid stages at Carcross and White Horse,
ni the Bupreme court. Officei maintaining a through winter service'
(?'n Bank  ot  Commerce  build        For information apply to
folumhia
Tjjgw West
street,  opposite   post
minster.    Money  tr
H.   ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
ft :\.-".*:a:ti:ri
Itor*. -��C Jl
���ps- wear:
deters ��� ��� ������
ia* ftestauitster, trapp din.
rtflrtson and U^rue streets
���r rooms tl ��o 24. 445 "ran
Ci rtjWeph Martin. K.C.. .
\V. ti. McQuarrie. H. A
Martin will be in thj
nster'otflces every  Friday af
JJ
teai
le.   Mr
lorF I' MARTIN, Barrister and
Iwiclior, Guichon block, Colum
L McKenzie streets. New West-
jet. 8. C. 	
|YEcS GRAY, Burnster, Solicitor
N . .... pu ellc, in practice since
1 at Sew Westminster. B.C.   Of
^removed to Curtis Block.Clark
'.....���. opposite   Court House
Box 169.   Telephone 64.
"The Milwaukee
'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, Mil- uncertainty ot the show yard. Messrs
waukee * St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
<U Third St.. cor Aller. Portland. Or.
ster. eu Sidney, lias also entered a have entered a Percheron ��;,allion
hackney sta linn. - j from their Western band al Spokane.
Jerseys a Feature , The competition in rile Percheron Is
Tnere ia a splendid entry of Jerseys j rather light   this  year,  onlj   two or
and Holsteins and competition will bel three  tntries  being    made,    anions;
I very keen.    F. Quick, oi Victoria, has   which is A. F   Page of Matsqui, who
broughl in a line bana of thirteen Jer-: has also entered his  hand of Duroc
Showing of Horses and Cat-1 Be^B-  Bishop ani cuwk, alio of vie- jersey pigs.
tip  Will   fi  r   Lf   p        j*      I toria. have   brought  in    eight    bead,]     Last night, owing to the flimsiness
4    i   i b- light  JoreederSi whil.- .v n. Grimnie.-, of Pender isi   of the  cattle sheds,     A.   Patterson's
ami. has brought in a couple more.      ; Shorthorn bull broke loose In the stall
In Holsteins there is by far the big-: but   fortunately   was    secured  before
gest  show that  has  ever been  here,  any damage was done.
What with Steves' herd,  H.  Bonsai's1	
herd, and the herd from the "Ttssion | Dying  Out in Cities,
dairy farm, the barn is nearly full; j London, Sept- 30���it would appear
and a fine big upstanding lor ."hey frora recent statistics that the T*ng-
are. whether as beef or milk cattle. | llsh are dying out in the cities. In
In yesterday's  issue the Mission dai-1the year 1S0O the number of chil#r.n
with     From All Oxer Country,
Among the stock that arrive! yesterd ...   ;md   te>ok   up   their   quarters,
many   prize   winners  from   the
we
Victoria show, whose owners hope to
add to the list of cups and medals
they already inissess, but judges, like
doctors, often disagree, anel some animals cannot stand being rushed from
pla ������ to place, so that a judge wai often find an animal that has been
quietly resting will show to better
advantage   than one   that   has   been
ry farm herd was mentioned as the: was I53 per cent of tbe population, in
property of A. W. Haine, who is only the year 1900 they were only 2 per
one of the owners, his partner being , cent. Fewer children are born in the
P. W. Rounsfe'.l, of Vancouver. towns, and  more die there.   fOJtid-
Lead in Butter Fat. j ans say that this is due in a great de-
The popularity of    this    breed  of|gree to the  many demands    5h  the
mothers,  which
rashed from another show, hence the' cows, as a dairyman's cow, has been   time  of  thf
fully demonstrated at the past four theni neglect their children.
I. T. and .1. H. Wilkinson ami I. T. j exhibitions here, as they haw invari-
Maynard, of Chiiliwack, were both! ably WOn the herd test for butter fat,
whh. rs at Victoria. Messrs. Wilkin-: and as regards quantity of milk there
son, among other prizes, won the half j is no breed to equal them. Steves, of
������iie for three-year-olds in 1.12V4 with Steveston, has brought a herd of si\,
his   standard    ataflion B, C. Pride; ; H. Bonsall, of Chemainus, a herd of
makes
���:; a N SFORD,    Barrister,
,   .       tor, etc., Crescent block,
kr    Columbia     and      McKenzie
Ks Sew Westminster, B. C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
IftD OF TRADE.���New Westmin
I- ;; ard ol Trade meets in th��
|ird Room, City Hall, as follows
(cond Wednesday ol each month
harifc.l. meetings on the secon.i
leilr.fcsri:-' of February, May
list and November, at 8 p. in
bual meetings on the second
lednesday of February. Nc*
may be proposeel ami
_t any monthly or quarterh
itiag.   A. JC White. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
2 Transcontinental Trains 2
DAILY
ED. uol li; 1,
42. V. R. Agent.
New Westminster,
|0, F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
*e regular meetings of this lodge
|e he . .11 Oddfellows' hall, Colum
pa street, every Monday evening.
18 o'clock. Visiting hrethren cor
lly Invited to att emi. C. S.
mon. N. C; A. V. D. McDonald,
W C, Coatham, R. S.; (1. (I.
i'   S3 .  Alex. Adam-. Ir asurer.
Sti
|ATERNAL   ORDER   CF   EAGLES
.;. N . 20���Meets even Tuesdaj
���  pi iu��� In th<. Eagles
L^chi I wor'id.
ill, i        bia sl reet,
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
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while I, T.  Maynard    cleared every- sixteen, and the Mission dairy farm a
thing before him in the Dorset horned . henl of twelve, so the judge will hnvo
Bheep, but there are other exhibitors a busy time.
here, Shorthorn   Herds.
Many Sheep Arrive. In   the   Shorthorns    the   new   addi-
Messrs. Wilkinson uave brought in tions are:  T. Ellis, of Victoria,  who
six head of standard bred horses ami bas a nice herd of seven entered tor
fourteen Southdown sheep���the sheep! competition.   H. M. Vasey, of Ladner,
making a clean sweep at Victoria! Hei who has a bunch of one dozen; and
also has two very nice yearlings by [A.. Patterson,   of Ladner, who ri in
Zombro, a Californian with a herd of twelve. H. M. Vasey,
i. T   Maynard has broughl a herd in addition to his herd ot Shorthorns,
ol fourteen Red Polled, fifteen Dorset has brought in a band ot nine horses
I! irned sheep and a band oi ten Es- and thirteen Oxford Down sheep,
sj.x hous.     t.  Mercer, of Markdale, The only addition to the Red Polled
Out.,  has also obtained  some eight besides l. T. Mayttard, Is that o.t the
prizes   ;et   Victoria,   and   comes   here henl of II.  E. Barklay, of. Westham,
with a string of fourteen head, most- Vancouver island, who haa brought in
lj Clydesdales, with a couple of hack- a herd of ten head,
neys.    He tool; firs;  and second with The  Lower Animals.
Kilflllan Chief and Cononial. There is going to be hard work In
Splendid Hackneys. Judging the pigs this year.    One class
Shannon   Hree-..  of  Cloverdale, are alone, that  of the Yorkshire, having
' -.v;.   with  twelve    Be kshire    pigs aboul Fifty entries,   vi, Webb, or Sar-
(whlch also cleared out Victoria), 11 dis. is one of the blgge3t exffliltors
Oxford  Down .she...p. one Clydesdflle e,nd has eleven head entered, he also
aad a hackney.   There is quite a num- exhibits In Shropshire sheep, and in
her of hackneys    entered   this year,jthe agricultural department with field
which, as they are esse.mi.illy a pleas- produce, grains an.l fruit,
ure horse, speaks  well    tor the pro- Angora Goats.
gresslveness of the country.   T. Mer- rimm:-.  the Bheep   and goats is a
cer is showing one here that cleared nice little dock ot ten Angora goats
up the Toronto show, taking first In exhibited by E. A. Thornton, ot Chii-
b class "f seventeen, Dealing theNew llwack.
York ati'l Chicago winners.   Cf. Sang- McLochlin Bro
Gave Himself Up.
Edmonton, Se>pt. 30.���The Indian
Mikokia who escai>eil from the Mounted Police barracks at Fort Saskatchewan, has been brought back to the
tort, .and is now in custody there. Mi-
often wonder why the boy or girl
is so backward at school���and
naturally fee 1 disappointed that
the chili is so dull; then, too, the
loved one is subject to harsher treatment at school because he or she
seems so stupid- It may be the fault
of the child, or it may be the child
has defective eyesight and is therefore at a disadvantage because the
sight is not normal What we want
to say to the mother is: Send your
child to us. We wlll have our optician examine and test the eyes to see
if the poor sight can not be improved
by the use of glasses. We will be
honest with you and the child If
glasses are not needed, we will tell
you so. The examination and testing
will not cost you a cent. We have
the appliances  for  testing and    cor-
kokis  escaped  several    months    ago' recting all kinds  of poor  sight,  anl
can supply glusst>s at your own price.
Our charges are about halt what some
others charge. Our optical department is In charge of F. W. Heath,
graduate optician, late of Ottawa. In
all cases satisfaction guaranteed or
money refunded-
while awaiting  trial on a charge  of
horse stealing.
Since then he has '.��>en in The vicinity of the White Whale, and a few
days ago surrendered himself to the
Indian Agenl at the latter place. He
was broughl Into Fort Saskatchewan
yesterday afternoon.
of Columbus, ohi>-
FXH1B1T1QN
WE PRINT
Show Cards
Si��mS and
Banners
REASONABLE CHARGES.
The Royal City
Sign Works
30 SIXTH STREET
Place your orders early,   and   avoid
the rush at   exhibition time.
Curtis Drug
Spectacle
Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B   C.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
MUe-H Wlncit    Now Wnttir.lnttf.i-. B.C.
re   ;  ll. Schofleld, Secretary.
|0. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. S
-Meetings the (irst and third Tues
lay each    month.      Visiti::
prethren cordially invited to atten I
odga room, A. o. U. W. hall, Od,!
Bellows' block, Clarkson  Btreet,  I
IS. Corrlgan, recorder;   I,ouis Witt
piaster workman.
OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
1115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
���Eeil Rose Degree meets Second nni
lFourth Wednesday of each month
I In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
P. m., White Hose Degree, Fourth
j Wednesday in each month, same
jtlme and plane. Visiting Brethren
leordlallj    invited.      E.  n.  Stlnch
combe. Pres., 11. Disnev. Secretary
Thc   equipment   consists   ol
��� private   compartment   cars,   standard
16  section  sleepers,   luxurious  dining
car, reclining chair  cars   (seats  free), i
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
brar* and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders,  or  any I
further information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
72U Second Avenue! Seattle, Wash
Ladies' and Children's Ready-to-Wear
|0URT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l O.F.
-Meets the Fourth Friday in the
"��� en   8  o'clock,   in   the  small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
bretl n '. are cordially invited to ut
'end. .i. ii. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
M^.    I, It. 8.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
yuic
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
,'lectric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
i ime.
Excellent Service.
pOURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808. L, v     ,      r,.
A- o. F.-The regular meetings ol 'New York, Chicago,
"J)8 Lodge are held on the Second Toronto, St. Paul
an.l Fourth Tuesdays of each month | ��v..uw v,
��' 8      in. In the Oddfellows' lln'.!. j AN1) ALlj POINTS EAST
'   Hieihron  are  conllaly   in       _. ..   ,.,. ,.  .     ��� .., , ,,, ..e,,-,,,.,,
Stcamriiir 1 ickets on sale to all f.uio-
attend.   F.. C.
''��� P. Maxwell, Sec
m
Firth. C. H.;
|THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet overy Wednesdaj
'" ' '" lock p. m., in Oddfellows
,;il!- ''"lumbia street. VIsltltiK
l!" tbren are cordially invited to at
tei"l, Geo. llurr, S. C; N. R. Brows.
Ser.
I'0-^0 0F SCOTLAND BENEFIT Ao
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE6
CAMP, 191,���Meeti on tbe Fiist and
'���"���'d Tuesday of every month in
����� (lt P. Hall. John McNiven
_uoiet; j. j, Forrester, Rec Sec.
FlltlS ALARM  BOXEo.
Following is tho location and num-
|Mr of the lire alarm boxes ln the cl*r
6���Asylum,
6  Royal city Mills.
|   Carnarvon and Tenth.
R��yal avenue and Eighth.
;' ' ''a avenue and Twelfth.
;   St-   Mary's Hospital.
;   Second and Park now.
j|   Columbia and  Dufferln.
\'  Sapperton.
J/'   Queen's avenue and  Sixth.
,        I avenue and Second.
'"'I'll  avenue and  Fourth.
I'l|,.i avenue and Eighth.
-'    third avenue and Tenth.
'.,,   N  '    and sixth.
'''''."  Machine Works.
...   '    ;    '''i'i and McKenzie.
2   !,' '' ,;-   Station
' "8rnaH  and  Ilticklanel   Mills.
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Hound   Tn,
Rates   to   Southern   California
For full informtion call on nr write'
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
" 480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B, C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland
Ore
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CAMADIAN PACIFIC RY
asFINEST  AND   FASTEST^
���EMPRESSES!]
18.000 ( EMWIE88 OF BUITA1N J 14,600
H Powert EMPRBBB OK 1HHLANU I     TONS j
Particularly low  rates    from    the
Old  Country.       Reservations   made1
here for all sailings.
For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P. H  Agent.
Xhenley-
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113- 0Wc<1, Elgl,th 8trMt
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C
��� o not fail to visit us during your
stay in the city.
Our stock is now complete in
Ladies9 Furs, Blouses*
Dress Skirts. Fancy
Collars and Belts,
Underskirts* Flannelette
and Woven Underwear
Also Whitewear
Children's Furs, Hats, Caps, Coats,
Bonnets, Coats, Dresses, Hosiery,
Unde1 wear, Etc.
Cushion Tops
Frills and Cords
Tinted Centres
Stamped and
Fancy Linens
i
If wanting a neat souvenir, ask
for our Souvenir Cushion Tops-
prices range from
40c to 75c each
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. B1RTCH      ..."     27S Colombia Street TPAGE TWELVE   "
THE DAILY XEWS.
TUESDAY
OCTobE.
PARM   LANDS
207 acres in Langley, one-haif mue  from new tram line, all prairie land.
$35 an acre, on terms.
ICO acres in Langley, one mile from tram line.   House, harn and big clear
ing.    $30 an  acre.
100 acres in Langley, one mile from tram   line, house, barn, orchard   an 1
clearing.    $40 an acre.    Terms.
110 acres in Langley, 25 acres cleared ready for plow, splendid soil.   $40 an
acre.
300 acres in Surrey, one mile from  tram    line,   good    fruit    land;    $2500
worth of cedar.    $35 an acre.   Terms.
160 acres in Langley, some good timber land Al at $15 an acre.
50'acres in Langley, good land.   $1200 on terms.
160 acres in Matsqui, good land.   $15 an acre.    Terms.
27 acres adjoining South Westminster on tram line.   $200 an acre.   Tern
57 ces In Langley, good land, $1200.   Terms.
540 acres in Sumas. 65 acres cleared, ID acres in orchard, 200 acn
torn land, 270 acres up land, good house, barns, stables, outl
etc.   Some valuable timher on Eraser  river   at   steamboat    I  i
$16.50 an acre.
160 acres in Surrey, 30 acres cleared, 30 acres slashed, good ri. .
Lam, 40 acres fenced, stable, etc.    $6200.   Terms.
Diamond & Corbould resident agents!
German American Fire Ins. Co. and Empire Accident and Surety Co.
DOMINION    TRUST   I3LOCK
Provincial Exhibition
SCIENTIST PROMISES
DOUBLE WHEAT YIELD
the property, which will be used by
Mr. Wheatcroft as a residential and
sporting property,
1907-
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL AND
INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.
Queen's Park, New Westminster, B.C.
OCTOBER
1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
Blending- of English and
Manitoba Grain May Increase Crops Hundredfold
$.^0, nOO In Prizes and Attractions $^0j 000
STUPENDOUS AND COMPREHENSIVE
ARRAY OF EXHIBITS!
representing Agriculture, Horticulture, and Stock, as well
as the Industries of the Province.
The attractions will consist of a Lacrosse Tournament, in which the Toronto Tecumsehs, Vancouver and
New Westminster teams will take part; Scottish Sports,
Baseball matches, Balloon ascensions, several Bands of
Music, Pyrotechnic Display, Sailors' Sports.
For further information see small bills and prize lists.
T. J. TRAPP,
President.
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary.
i
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* V
���
One of the Treats in
New Westminster, is to Taste
Burdett's Chocolates
Montreal, Sept. 30.���That the wheat
yield of Manitoba will before long be
increased by 100 per cent, without m
the least destroying the quality of tin-
grain, is the assurance made by Prof.
McBride, of McGill university, who
has just returned from a three months
sojourn in Europe.
Prof. McBride is an authority on
h> re '.ity,and he feels t.-.at a new epoch
in plant life is about to transform
farming conditions throughout the
wheat-growing world, and that it will
prove that the bard wheat of Canada
is not due to climatic conditions, but
to the nature of the seed itself.
As is well known, the Canadian
wheat, while of a smaller head, is su- ���
pe'rieer in ihe wheat grown in England
b.v reason of its hard quality, making
flour that produces light bread, wUile
the English wheat lacks that Tiard
quality essential to good wheat.
The agricultural department at Cam-,
bridge university is endeavoring to un-;
iie' the best qualities of the' two Wills
of wheat, so that with a larger head,
the yield per acre would be 10u per
cenl greater. Prof. McBrlde says hair!
an acre of this high-bred wheat is
growing in England, and he maintains
that the hardness of Manitoba wTie a;
is simply a matter of heredity ami not
due to climate, anil that by crossing
with the English variety, a new anl
better wheat can be evolved. The experiments, which have been going ou
for the last two years in England, are
now, Prof. McBride declares, about lo
be brought to the last stages of perfection. What is troubling them over
there is to a hardness In the wheat
kernels, bul Prof, McBride says it is
just as easy to acquire a: the. same
time in the larger head.
Very   Careless   Burial.
Ottawa. Sept. 30.���The remains of
the late Daniel Fiynn. who was killed
in a dynamite explosion at Vermilion,
near Kenora. August 26, have been
broughl to Ottawa for interment. His
lather and son, who went to the scene
of the catastrophe to claim tin. body,
found that the deceased had been bur-
ied along with other victims in rough
wooden boxes, and his gold watch and
valuables were foun I when th<
remains were exhumed.
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j The Pacific Coastl
Pipe Co., Ltd.
Heir to   a   Million.
Portage la Prairie, Sept. 30.���James
McLean, farmer of this districl. is reported to have fallen heir to an immense fortune of a million doTIars,
left him by a deceased uncle in Huron
county. Mr. McLean has been living
with R. MeCulloch, near Burnslde, for
some time, and wil! shortly g<e east
to investigate.
SPECIALTIES:
Machine Branded, Wood
Stave Water Pipes
:-:   Over 75 miles of Pipes made last year.   :���:
Write for Catalogue.    Full   particulars and estimates furnished.
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P. O. Box 563.
Vancouver, B. C,
ADVERTISE IN' THE DAILY  NEWS    ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY
OUR
t  The Finest, Purest and Most Delicious Confectionery ���
��� made on the Pacific Slope ���
VISITORS !   Visit our No. 5 Stand on the Grounds !
���
���i r
under the Exhibition Building.    You will
��� never forget the treat. ���
���    Picture Tost Cards for Sale. Fruits in Season.    ���
| NO INCREASE IN PRICES. X
**************************: *************************,*
House of Quality
LATEST   DESIGNS   IN
Gentlemen's Shirts
Negligee,   Fancy and
Evening Dress
iti
J. E. BROWN & CO.
CUNNINGHAM BLOCK
* P.   S��� UMBRELLAS CASH  CLOTHIERS
JAMES ISLAND CHANGED
OWNERSHIP   LAST   WEEK
Victoria,   Sept.   30.���James    Island
has i.e. n sold by Dr, (;. I., ami Lad) ���
Sybil   Findlay    to   I.   11.  Wheatcroil
presldenl ami genera] manager of tii"
Kentucky Valley   railway.    The  pur-
i-iiii-.-- ��� price is reported to in- in the
neighborhood of $80,000,
The Island is one., of the Bnesl of a.i
the. Islands in the gulf, it is aim.it
784 acres in extent, to which is added
ai.nut a hniidri.il aeries of sandpl
Nearly 700 acres in all is fine fertile
land. Lying just a mile from the
mainland or Vancouver island, an I
about midway between Victoria an.!
Sydney, the Island is readily accessible.
Witli ilie great Improvements which
have been effected ley Dr. Findlaj
since he has held it, the island has In-
creased greatly In value. pfTiy-two
men have been constantly employed
in clearing and cultivating the fftnil. A
reservoir has been built and pipes laid
so that if necessary the fertile land
could lie Irrigated. Two nr three hundred acres have already been clearel
and probably no estate in British Columbia has been so cared for as has
the thirty acres of orchards, strawberries, vegetables nnd other fruits,
under the charge of Dr. Pindlay's professional ganlner, Mr, Smith, who was
brought out specially from England
to take charge of if. The Island Is
also unexcelled as a game preserve.
Dr. KineU.iv's Interests in South Africa have induced him to disposi^TTI'
First  Exhibition
FINDS  US FIRMLY ESTABLISHED   IN   THE  ROYAL   CITY   AS
Home ox Plenty
255 FRONT STREET,
TELEPHONE 276
Fresh Groceries
Daily
BEST ALBERTA CREAMERY BUTTER, BEN'S AND BOYS' CLOTHING.
SHEETINGS, COTTONS, CALICOS, CROCKERYWARE, BREAKFAST
AND DINNER SETS. TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS, TOILET SETS. BOOTS
AND SHOES;  WATERPROOF, DRESSY AND FANCY.
KYLE & SON
The Good Cheer Store
All orders carefully made up  ani  dispatched  to  all  parts of
the city.

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