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NKW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5, 1906.
Id CENTS PER WEEK
FOUR BOYS KILLED
BY GAS EXPLOSION
W. J. BRYAN REPUDIATESMA
Y SEND WARSHIP
AFTER STENSLAND
F;ve Youngsters Chase Ball Inlo ar. Old  Mine and Light
Match to Find  It    Only One Escapes With
His Life.
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Frew    an I     G inn
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Tbey.  with  auothi r jured ...      .. ian    ���
��� "   were play!     I ,houi     I      ett, . ��� .
.     ���   the i iwer i ad  i I   up   thi     lope   whi
��� stellarton    Tb" entrani        iggi    ��� ���.��� . .       .   .     . ,
partly uncovered and   with  bl    life, b il ine I a  broken
, In.   All five enti n 1   .urn an     ....... -;... ,  ,,.-
ch of it   and  failing   the ��� -. ���   ���       . ,, ighoul the
..:   them   Iii   a   mail li   ���'������' i ...    .,
.. eil thi   gas In  the    rami.   plosion   had  o>       ���     In    :,.     i   -he
. en  worki II       ev-  woi
IHTUMi NtLSON HUSBAND ACCUSES
BADLY DATTERED HIS MURDERED WIFE
IS
Authorities of the State of   Rlinois Want   to  Make
of Safe and Easy Return From Morocco of
the Fugitive Banker.
Sure
Candidate For the Presidency of the
United States Delivers a Hot
Roast in the City of
Chicago.
Chi< igo,     111.,   Sepi      I.���Assistant back  as   i   fe -       prisonei   on   loard
itati    -ttorm     Barboui  - f Illinois to- the warship.
 iesi  Ui"  United Governor Dlneen today received the
���     government  fo     i   warship  to following  telegram  from  Acting Sec-
0.  Stensland, the fugitive retarj  Adee:    There is no extradiUon
i wl  i is undei arresl In Tangier, treaty   with   Morocco.    Do  you   wish
to this  country.    The    request us to request iln- Sultan to render us
-���.'.'   to  Governoi   Dlneen,   who Stensland   as   a  friendly act  on   evl-
has :'.-'-ii in communication vi;h Act dence  shown of his guilt."
-  Secretary ol State Adee la Wish- <	
Ingl ���''������   Mr. Barbour urged tl    .-��� em
ing peril of bringing Stensland across Arbitrate on  Strike.
reign   ountries where he might sud- Hamilton. Ont., Sept. 4.���The Street
lenly   alk.at the prospeci of returning, Rallwaj company and employees have
. the L'nlted  .States and  pointed oul agreed to arbitrate their dispute. The
'he advisability of having him brought cars are running as usual today.
W:'l Keeo His Face From Public View   Pol ce   F.nd   Evidence  cf  Tracedy   on
Till   He  is   Ready   to Banks of   Sn>der   Park
Leave. Lake.
\'i -a la. Si   '.i     Neither
'������ Ison   was    bUi red    this
:, Is so badly battered
thai In in loors until he -   _
Gan_   -'"'s  iii  San   l-'r.-.ii-
'��� '-'.  .la;. B 'o con.- i b-i   a  the-
���   .   gement,
��� ���  ition of Nelson's par: y
:                 ��� .   voice has ai en bi... I
.... Islon awai ding yesterday's
���.   on a foui.   The losers
li no complaint and num
' ailed on Gans after the
fight       . ��� dated him.
a     was   offered    125, '
lo let Nek* n �� In     He would nol say
fl In- offer.
ih clares   bis   belief that
ded him Intentionally, know-
1 ad im chance to win. The
thai he wa.s comparatively
���    foul  blow   was struck
��� i :    winning.     Had   he
one  in his rigln  hand
��� venth round h<- would
-be.I the Dane before the
���b  round.
" Ie ready to meet either
���   on,
Su.bvan Challenges Gans.
i; ' '   Mi ���     Sept, I.    Mike (Twin)
���"������������        osted $1,000 for a fight
v       ���      ins.
S  - .:..���;.���   I,   Ohio,   Si ,'      1.���The
of a woman clad onlj   in stock-
and < bemise was found todaj  I y
' i .       :....: Sir. dei Pari   lake     Near
��� ��.. a man's cap. Then were ��� vi-
of a ti ig{ le and li is believed
thai thi woman was choke I to death.
The body was Identified j her hue-
ban I a�� thai ol Mrs. Elmei Filmore.
Hi - been arrested and the
ire Beari blng for a man na ni I Ji n< a
Last nighl Filmore, it is Bald, traced
bis wife and Jones to the park. Later
Filmore came to police quarters Irip
pin- wIth ".i'i i. . laiming Joni - an i
Mrs Filmore bad pushe I him Ini I hi
Ini ��� Hi sa, i that thej bad b< Id his
hea 1 un lei waier an l tried to drown
him.     The   husban I   protests   bis in-
nocei :  anj  connection  with  the
death   of his  wife,
. i, Si    t, 4���Willi.i::.   L Bi     a
guesl  . ���   thi   local   Den        cj
.���ered  I within   eij
i a   .:>--���-    Hie Hi s! s. ei ���:, which
��� ���. -   deli ������ -" I   ..t  a   lunchei n  oi  the
ib, di alt   with  polith al Is
- a     an I   economic questions.    The
ad, al       anquet given in his h n-
' the Auditorium ball by the Jefferson  club, was devoted to National
'��� ��� man     Sullivan   of  Illinois,
��� slgnation Mr. Bryan has demanded and  who despite this was en-
lorsi l by the recent state convention,
ah . de lared itself in favor of
Mi    Bryan as its nominee  for  presi-
lent
Bi  an scored  Sullivan and   hi*   po-
��� '' bo :-   unmercifullj*,  1 ul   in-
ed thi   I ie:-.,.- rats ; resent, many
���: ��� ���-���   eli -,:es to the recent
stati      invention, that  he would have
no ii ol the ap] roval of the Democrats
nois,  an I   thai   be    rej udiated
theii endorsement of him.   Mr. Bryan
eg    ling  bis   r< >������ m   utteranci s
in New   York  on  gov. rami nl  < wner-
:    railways:    "I    stale I   what    I
<     it   i    .. li i   'be   . y ectation   that
ever;   odj   else   would  ��� xercise    the
- ime freed im I was le 1 to mj con-
the ' rruptii n i I the peo-
ple of the United States by the railways. I have known conventions 'o
le controlled by passes; I have km wn
idges to be elected by ri lway_ ..nl
I have reached the conclusion 'hat
this, corruption cannot be eliminated
untii these monopolies becomt the
property of the government I am
< pposed to centralization and thi re-
lore 1 prefer that we should have the
local roads owned by the state."
Mr. Bryan also advocate! thi i
tion of United States senators by
vote. On the trust question Mr.
Bryan said: "To the extent to which
the president has gone I am glad.
but he has not gone far enough and
he has not ueen able to take bis party
I with him as far as he has gene."
Vs a remedy tor the trust problem.
Mr, A'-van offered a plan for confining In the state that allowed its in-
corj iration, any trust that opposed
the ; ��� a le, I y allowing it to operate
In no ither state. It would then he
in ,i position to eat up the s-ate that
gave it irth. and that state would
thereafter  be careful  not to he eaten
ENGINE DASHES INTO       C, P. R. PLACES ORDER
Al'TWiifLE PnRTV FOH FIFTY ENGINES
Mrs.   VS.   H.    Burgess   of   Ottawa    is   Regular Output  of One  Per  Week  is
Killed and Others Are not Enough for Increasing
Injured. Traffic.
se. ond time.
;   kei   Officer's  Advice.
in i  Individual   affordi I
' amusement   yeBterday
Ade one oi the local bo
���   I -gaged In a  biblical
th a Salvation Armj  wo
' n." A :',      1 heoloa'ie :i
��� tin e, be appealed to
��� i decision    Greal was
��� on being told thai  If he
��� ���: Inside the hotel In
b" would b .-on.,I to
tm  the re.--! of the night,
��� ' ���''"   lO  (|iles| inn   why, he
1 niieei Stevens, In plain
I   i   big  smile.
Presbyterian Church Question,
im Sundaj morning next, Rev J. s.
Hendorson will preach at Central Park
and al Ihe close of the service will
request lhe congregation to appear be-
fore the Presbytery _ Sept. is and
make known its wlshej with reference
to the proposal to make Cedar Cove
and ("eirr.il Park s> parate churches.
The matter has been before tin Presbj ery for some time and will be finally settled on that date. The congregations at both places have been growing and the change has been deemed
necessarj bj the members of both
t-hiurches. The pastor of the two
appointments, Rev, Mr. Reld has resigned his pastorate in ordei to give
the churches a free hand In hi li
choice of a minister. He v, 11] occupy
the pulpil of St. Andrew's Presbj
lerian church on Sunday morning.
���o������	
Another Giant  Launched.
London,  Sept,   i    The   British    al
tleshlp Lord N'i Ison, sister ship o   I ie
\ ramemnon and  Becond   In   size  and
ariiKiineiii   to the  Dn adna ight,    was
a,,.,   tullj   launched   al   Jarrow   n
T no today.
Jim Hill Roads Steal
a   March On Rivals
Ca Iton Place, Ont., Sept. 4.���S A.
Torrence of Ottawa, driving an automobile in which there were tiv_ persons, attempted to cross the C. P. Ft.
track as a passenger train was approaching yesterday afternoon. The
engine struck the automobile Killing
Mrs. Burgess, wife of W. H. Burgess,
tie inspector of the C. P. P.. ar Ottawa and a sister of Mr. Torrence. Mr.
and Mrs Torrence were badly injured
and Miss Burgess slightly Injured
Tragedy in Toronto.
Toronto, Ont., Sept. 4.���Miss Jean
Porter, a night nurse at the insane
asylum, was killed by an lutomobile
-.,...ili-t in A. .!. Small, theatrical
:: anager, at the corner of College
eet and Palmerston avenue last
night. George Seager was the chauffeur. He made a satisfactory explanation to the authorities and was
not arretted In consequence.
Montreal,   Sept.  4.���The    Canadian
' Pacific company has placed with the
' Locomotive and Machine company of
Montreal   an  order   for  fifty   locomotives which  are  required  in  addition
to  the  usual   weekly   output of   one
locomotive from the Angus shops, for
handling    tht   constantly    increasing
traffic.    The order represents an ey
fenditure of one million dollars.   The
I locomotives  are  to   be   deliverel   in
1907.
Volcanic Flames Burn
a Party of Scientists
Chicago, Sept. 4.���Taking advantage
of the change of conditions under the
old rate law and the new. the Great
Northern and Northern Pacific roads
- : eeded In stealing a march upon
their conn etitors, an i for the next
thirty days have a practical monopoly
.a   thi    ':.-���-���    ��� :���-     . .....ess   in   the
Northwest.
Under the oil  l.nv   which required
onlj   a   three-days'  notice,  the    two
filed tariffs with the interstate
.... commission, declaring thai
1, .    ....ill   sell dally    homesef kers'
ticket    - - ibe  len Itorj   to be s< rved
,  thi ii, tbe tlcl el - lo ' e : lac d on
��� 2D,   The other lines were
nol   a Ufle!   of   '  e  m   ���" - - il     and
nothing was said ;1 " ,: '���'���'' ''hang'' of
plans.
The other lines were surprised to
learn thai the two Hill roads were
selling homeseekers' tickets daily.
��� i tin n hastened to meet the
competition, but discovered thai the
new rate law had gone inlo effect and
Lhal under iis provisions it would require  thirty   days'  notice  in   order  to
nake a change In rates. The pill
was bitter, but one that the lines
could not do otherwise than swallow.
The action oi the Hill lines seems
lo upset the homeseekers' business in
the Northwest again. Only last spring
conditions were ban'y demoralized by
he daily rates, and it was finally
agreed to make the rates weekly and
arrangements wen- made fixing the
maximum fare. Under this agreement
the roads have operated until the
. resent breakaway.
it is expected tin.', the rates will
move a heavy business while they are
effective, whicb will be until Septem
er 30. And whal i.s more, thej will
have a tendency to concentrate the
homeseekers along the lines of the
Great Northern and Northern Pacific,
iliin- un lo ibte lly that was nol li I
-ighi of when the rates wi re q loted,
The  daily  rales  are i ll'ei live to  the
entire territory of the Great Northern
ami .Northern Pacific where homeseekers'   rates   apply.     This   is   parts   of
Minnesota north of Wilmar, North ]\i
kota, Montana    and    the    Canadian
.Northwest.
Warrants Prepared.
Philadelphia, Sept. 4.-���District Attorney Bell is authority for the statement that warrants were prepared tonight for tho arrest of William F.
North, treasurer of the Real Estate
Trust company, M. S. Coilingwood,
assistant treasurer, and Adolph Segal,
on charges of cons: iring with Frank
lv. Hupple to loot its  treasury.
Strong for Bryan.
Macon, Georgia, Sept. -1.���The unanimous nomination of Hoke Smith
for governor and the endorsement of
William .1 Bryan for president In
1908 was tho principal business transaction today by the Democratic State
convention.
Water Applications.
Water Commissioner C. C. Fisher
yesterday granted .1. H. McLean. Port
Moody, a record of 40 inches of water
from an unnamed stream in the Port
Moody district. The water is to be
returned to the shores of Burrard inlet and used for domestic and indus-
i trial purposes.
Three new applications were posted.
Walter and Uriah Enderby of East
Delta applied for a record of six
inches on a stream which runs in a
northeasterly direction through the
northeast half of section 11 township 4.
The water applied for is to be used
for domestic and agricultural purposes.
James Irving of Hammond asks ��d
five inches of water from McKinney
creek which runs through the Maple
Ridge district. James Baiilie also
asks for five inches from the Bame
stream.
Governor of Vemont.
Mi    poller,   Vi..  Sept.   4.���Fletcher
D, Proctor, sou ol United States Senator   Redfiel l   Pro itor,   was    elected
governor of Vermont today by a large
majority.
Hard Work in Ontario.
Toronto, Sept. -I.���The insurance
commission resumed Its sittings here
this morning. T. M. Ostrom, manager and director of the Monarch Life
com;.any was the first witness. Tilley,
assisl mt government counsel, asked
why agents in Ontario received $'J a
slur i and agents In other provinces
only $5. Ostrom sail the reason for
this was thai it was harder to sell Insurance sio. k In Ontario* than other
��� ne. i:n es.
Czar*s Soldiers Pursue
Revolutionary Shadows
:" "������'"��� Sept. 4.--A dispatch to the
:'"'r"""���'������' from Mexico City says:
bodies  severely   burned
"' of Mounl Collna volcano
1 ' iventurous delegates to the
t0rnal|onal  congress  of  geologists,
Ch   "'""'"���   In   Mils  City   this   week,
1,0,1 ,1"1" yesterday,   The trip to
1'ator 0f the volcano was a perilous i,,H.   ,, ,
11   had   never   been   accom-
I'IIrIioiI   ���
1 " ''""  by any one, although
"' mPtS   to   scale   Ihe   prOOi-
11 ntaln   had   been   made.
" "ll"'1'-" of the parly of uioiin-
Wenl   'about   their  work
1 !'    I hoy  istablished camps
.,������,," .      '   I'fintS on  lhe ascent   and
'' '' ' lftln amounl    of  progress
each day until the summit was lin.iily
reache I.
The volcano was pouring forth
great volumes of smoke, bul this did
���,,i deter the explorors advancing to
tne very edge of the crater, \ hoi and
sudden bias! of fire from the depths
! below scorched the bodies of the men
and thej beat a hurried retreat
Those who comprised   the   daring
party   were:   A.   llovey. of N.w   York;
John IA Wolfe, ll. F- Cleland and H.
W. Reld, of Boston; Rudolph Rued-
man, Of Albany, N. V.: W. H. Weed.
o! Washington; Frank M. Adams and
A, Bancroft, of Montreal; A. P. Coleman, of Toronto;   George  Berg and
Rudolph  Slabbee. of Merlin:   Vsunmka
vaki. of Tokio; Paul Waltz, of Mexico City, and Enrique H,ustn, ol Guad
alajara.
Cuban Revolution Grows
In the Rural Districts
Havana,   Sept.   -I.���As   days     and rebel camp giving full details ol theil
weeks  pass  with no appreciable  dim-1 movements.
bullion   of  the  revolution,  apprehen- '            ��
sion   increases.    The   most   eonserva- Mohammedans   Butt  in.
live  testimony   from   the country  dis- Nizhine  Novord, Russia,  Sept.   4.���
I rids  is to  the effect   that   two-thirds The    Mohammed,in   congress     at   its
of ihe people In the country ami small |ses_lon  [today   adopted  a  resolution
towns   of   the   three     provinces    are asking for the creation of a new port-
insurgents in sentlmeni  if nol In tact, folio in the ministry to look after the
it is generally believed thai the gov- Interests of Mohammedans and to be
ernmenl    Ultimately    will   subdue   Ihe entrusted   to   High   Mulla,  who  shall
Insurrection, bave the right of access to the em-
A   document   has   been   found   ill  a I perot'.
Warsaw, Poland, Sept 4.���Soldiers
bA afternqpn occupied the Sals'.an
Gardens which was crow,led with
mrses and children, and arrested two
hundred persons who were without,
passports This caused tremendous excitement.
There ure general Indications that
terrorists In large numbers, have left
Warsaw for the purpose of terroizlmg
the country districts. Governor General Skallon. accordingly has ordered
the return to the country of the police who had been brought into lhe
town leaving the country districts comparatively unprotected. The wholesale searches which have been made
here have resulted in complete failure,
here today, among them being many
persons connected with the local
press.
Tho government within a few days
expects to publish its full programme
of reforms which It will put before
the country at, the coming elections.
St. Petersburg, Sepi. 4.���Three hundred revolutionists were expelled from
Today's Tennis Games.
3 p. m. Ladies' Doubles���Miss
Weeks and   .Miss McGowan   vs.  Mrs.
i Johnson and Mrs. Williams. Mrs.
Grant and Miss Cotton vs. Miss
Shlldrlck and Miss Armstrong.
4 p. tn. Men's Singles���W. G. McQuarrie vs, Mr. Johnson, L. A. Lewis
vs. V.   C.  Iliimiiiacomhe.
6 p. m���D. C. Tuck vs. R. P. Baker.
IE. N. Sutherland vs. the winner of
'tbe McQuarrie and Johnson game.
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_;,'_7.'.' THEIDAILY IMtfWS
WEDNESDAY,   6EPT. a,   Vy
CONDENSED   STORIES.
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A   Characteristic   Story   of   the   Great    ���
French Diplomatist. j
Talleyrand, the illusti i is diplo-   |.r
matist, one day found himself bo- .K
tween Mine, ile Stael and Mine. Tie- 8
camier, both iiit,:i!;:t.- friends, l>oth y
celebrated.
"Vou say charming things to us
both, bul which do you prefer!-"
saiil Mine, de Stael suddenly.
"Madame, such a question  is a
veritable ambush.    Take care, thc \
penal code"���
"Prince, no subterfuge here!
Which do you prefer���my friend or
myself!- Come, speak, is it the brunette or blond ?"
'"It will be her who will deign to
honor me with n look."
"What, still diplomatic! Well, 1 j
will put the question in another !
form.   Suppose while sailing on th^ '
"suppose TnE peril to   he   eqi-allt
IMMINENT."
Seine this evening the boat should
upset and we should be in clanger
of drowning, which one would you
help?"
"Both nt once, or the one who was
in the greatest danger."
"But, monseigneur, he frank for
once in your life! Suppose the peril
be equally imminent?"
"Well, I would give my right hand
to you, baroness, and the left to
.Mme. Kecamier."
"But if you could save only one���
one only���do you understand?"
"Oh, madame, you who know so
many   things, I   suppose   you   can
swim," replied Talleyrand.
	
Senator Bate's Rules.
The late Senator William B. Bate
of Tennessee was a major general
in the Confederate army and never
quite reconciled himself to the de- j
feat of the south.
Soon after he came to the senate he formulated a set of rules
which he called "Rules For
My Proper Legislative Guidance."
Whenever a proposition came up
about which he waa undecided he ���
JJ'OuJ-a take tbe printed slip containing the?e rules irom liis pocket and
study it caretuiiy.
"Bnto." said a colleague one day,
"what is that slip of paper to which
you refer so frequently?"
"That," said Senator Bate, "is a
little reminder of my beliefs on constitutional questions."
"Where did you net. it? Think it
out yourself?"
"Ko. suh," replied Bate with much
dignity; "I found mosl of thosi.' immortal truths in the constitution of
thc Confederate States ,,f America."
���Saturday Evening Post.
His Client's   Weakness.
When Prcsidenl Eladloy of Vale
was professor of political science
there u student once offered hun a
poor excuse for a bad examination
faper,   says   tho   Cleveland   Plain
lealer.
Professor Hadley listened to tho
excuse in silence. Then ho said
witli  a grim smile:
"That excuse is about us poor as
the one a criminal lawyer offered
for his client in u case that had gone 1 j
hard with him.
" 'Gentlemen of the jury/ cried
this lawyer eloquently, 'remember
thai my client is hard of hearing, ]
and that therefore thc voice of con-,
icierici appeals to him in vain."'
His  Health   Was  Good.
Mark   Twain   bus   handed   out a!
story about a physician friend of his!
who not  long ago had to engage a
new  chauffeur.    A   big,  strapping 1
fellow applied and was questioned ij
as to liis technical ability, his size [J
and strength appearing wholly sat-'
igfactory.   "What, is the first, thing I jj
you do when you lind that your oar-1
Duretor is out of order?" asked tho I
doctor.    "Well,   I   toll   ye,"  replied]
the   applicant,   "1   honestly   don't
never have no trouble with it.    It
never gets nut of older.  1 ain't bean
sick one day for the last two year," 1
--Cleveland Plain Dealer. j'
WATCH  THE  DATE
Saturday
Evening
Sept. Bth,
1906
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When the Clock
Strikes Eleven,
It will be all
over with our
GREAT SHOE SALE
And Prices Afterwards Will Be Different.
We make this last announcement in the nature of a warning, in order that no
Man, Woman or Child may overlook
This Unusual Shoe Benefit
We'say!benefit, because our prices are a benefit to every buyer who comes here
for^shoes^It's so much better to buy your footwear now, than to wish you had after
the greatTsale is over.
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Special Reductions for To-Day
Remember the date, Saturday Evening, at 11 o'clock���the greatest shoe salejthe
town has ever known is all off, and the opportunity gone forever.
JOHNSTON'S
Big  Shoe   Mouse
Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B.C. WEDNESDA
,    SEPT.  j,  19(_6.
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Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Plalina Filling .  .  . $1.00
Bridge Work (,��*) $5.00
Silver Filling ....     50c
Set of Teeth   .  . . $5.00
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
o    ba;
made to reg E. M. Carncross
: ���    .ii Fi ���   Sin    ���   under a
���   I fron    he Co     ration or
'   '. ���    oshij  t  1;. ��� Ict of S irrey to
a     ��� arlng ���:. i   he 9th
' :    ' ::.���     A,   It   1905    I I   ���. 1   and
t certain   pai el or 1
an :   ind   i n :;..-'������   - ���    te,  lying
...   in  the  District    of    New
Westn  astei   in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
a ��� ! as���Lots f,, 7. 8, 9, IT
... .   M   Blo :.  25   Lots 15, IA IT. 18,
19 B eing parts of South Wes
rtei of Section 6, Township T. also
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4. ."., Blocl: 40 being parts
��� ��� -    quarter    Section    0,
T.   N'.w   Westminster   Dis-
trici
Vuu  ..:, I  ea '..  of you  are  required
aim of the tax ptir-
. . within forty-five days from the
f thi   tii st  publication of this
���    and   a    el    It of a caveat or
te o      -  : en li ns  being filed
lod, or in default of
ore     registration,   I
phall   register   E.   M.   Carncross,   as
uwnei   thereof in fee.    I  direct that
ation of "his notice for one
,  di ilj n< wspapi r published
a   '.. .   Westminster   will   be   good
.:'    ent si       ������ hereof.
Dated at the Land  Registry Office.
Westminster,  Province of British Columbia tl  - 24th day of August
A   li.  1906.
C.   S   KEITH.
Districl Registrar.
I   Vilan I e, Daniel    ,1.    Munn.
Gi ii ge A Rlstei :i an ; William Thlba-
dean.
All persons served with thla notice, and those claiming through or
undei them, and all persona claiming
any interesl in the Bald land by virtue
ol anj unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose tiUe
Is imi registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of ihe said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND KNUINE
W ORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlLHiii and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   v. or.K,   including
I ��� :   es, Gates, Fire i.-    pes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
ted,
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE s:Ki_��.l.
New Westminster. r'. U. 4"4.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Nexl   Empress  sails   Sep!   Ttli  and
21st.    Now  i- the time to make ar-
-'.);��� -   for   that   pri pi sed   trip
in n -- the Atlantic and you might as
wi  1   travel  in style and comfort and
.   -a,.-  money. For rates and  par-
.   : irs apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.   AGENT.
NOTICE.
Hou . 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember th
407   Hastings  St. W.,   Va
ts, i
he Place I
ncouver 9
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Te!��'Phone 12. New Westminster
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Notice is hereby given that 30 days
"(-:   date  1  Intend  to make application to the lion..:.   h   tin   i'Me;' Commissioner of   Lands  and   Works,  for
-;.e lal i.Aonee in cut ..mi carry away
in   the  : Howl  .    a    : lbed
.   lateil   Eni to     he   head  of
Pltl   i   ke, N   W, Distrii I:  Coinmenc-
a- e planted on the North
l'a-i    timer  of  the   E.   0   Patterson
ild    laim N'o   I I, thi u ��������� v rtherly
SO chain     I' eni e  Wi sl    SO    chains,
then ���'��� Sou  i SO i hains, thence Ensl
��� I.   'aii   ��� . poinl of ' ommencement
Staked   v.iivist   13th,  1906.
JAMES  S MA It I'M.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS. BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A1S4 or address ���ith Avenue and 10th Street.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and niniiiifnrturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones Rr.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.   S...
Tenders for a License tc Cut Tirr.ber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of   British  Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed tn the office of the Commissioner of Dominion
Lands. Department of the Interior,
and marked on the envelope "Tender
for Timber Berth No. 495," will be
. ii Ived al this Departmi ni until
noon on Wednesday, the 12th day of
September, 1906, for a license to cut
timber on Berth No. -Ilia, situate in
the Province of British Columbia on
Silver River in about Townships 3 and
I, Ranges 25 and 26, West of the 6th
[ Meridian, comprising two Act-, de
scribed  as follows:
meek l. Commencing al a , Ini - o
said river on the Southerly bi ��� lai..
"f Titniiei Berth 489, being al il 8
1-2 miles up said River fr< m ts
uouth; i tu I e up said Rivi I
1-2 miles in direct distance with a
depth of 50 chains on thi '���' tei A
-.ide an I 7u i hains nn the Wi erl;
si.ie there f, measured Rt rlghl ��� . le
:n the genei .1 bearing i t the i rei
within  the  ].lock.
li:... k  2.    Commem Ing  al  a   ,   al
. ���!  i Iver about  40    i ha as     ;
stream from tbe Southerly b<
ol   Block   I:   thence up stre ,:n   I   1 2
allies In direct distance with a     pti
of 50    lalns on the Easterly Bide an I
Tn chains on the Westerly side ��� .. s
of, measured al  rlghl  angli - to th
general   bearing of river within  th
block.    The whole contains an . rea
ol  S.i'.-IO acres, more or less.
The survey is to be made within
one year of receipt of tenders,
The regulations under which a
license will be issued, also printed
forms of tendei' and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
offlce of the Crown Timber Agenl
ai New Westminster, n. c.
Bach tender must he accompanied
by an acepted cheque on a chart-
sored hank In favor of the Deputy of
the Minister of the Interior, for Uie
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay tor a license, i
No tender by telegraph win be en
tertained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, July 27th, 1��06.
Who Are the Real Cv.ne'-s cf a C ty?
J; een predicted   thai   the
task of i" . a the i ity of San
Fraia -������. ���  .. I   !."  hii di ri I   and
lifficuli a. labor union reft ;...- been remarked as
unfortu ati that organized labor
now has ml ol of thi citj'- government. En ��� . lly 1 dissent fr _
these i" - :: isi ic opinii ns. I regard
it as in the highest degri e fortunate, for I n ..��� of tho toil- n
who must supply the labor that w.ll
���   . San   Fran, isco,  that  their
representatives will have something
to say about how the work is to be
done.
1 look to them to prevent the du-
plicai - ol many miseries inflicted
upon the pi or of the city, as upon
the poi r of all great cities, through
bud lied and insanitary housing in
narrow, dark, neglei ted back -iree'-.
There is a dawning general <:������ n-
ei :-.;;-: ��� - m this world that a < ity
1" lon.- ��� - ' to the few who take
its revenui -. bul to tlie many who
1.. : :.- ��� ihai it it: that, at any
rate, the EeW who take the revenue?
are Dot . olel ���' I" 1"' considered; thSt
the many have some rights which
must he regarded.���Frank Putnam
in National Magazine.
A   Wonderful   Lock.
_>im a -^ v million years is the
time givi n to unlock a safe which
is fastened with the wonderful new
lock invented in Jamaica. The combination consists '-i four sets of
twenty-four letters of the alphabet,
which can be sei to a sentence in
most modern languages. When one
letter is used in one alphabet and
another in the second set. and eo
on, it beci tnes a mo i complicate 1
matter. Then there is the initial
problem of which language it lias
been keyed in to be solved by the
man thai attempts to open the safe.
Furthermore, instead of letters the
inventor, one .Xetiman Tobias, ha?
employed four sets of numeral-. Assuming that the lock has been set to j
a figure in the number nf 3,030,303,-
030,303,030, it would take any one
who undertook to unlock the safe
96,090,878 years 869 days 30 minutes and 30 seconds, working at thc
rate of 60 numbers a minute, to arrive at the proper combination
During 1] ��� tii ������ he would have no
time for food and Bleep.-���St. Louis
Post-Dispatch.
Fancy Tabic  Wcyo.
We are ��
good tow ii    Wi  ���   ' ��� i en    -   .���
a fork,   v ��� ���   time agi   we learned
to ��� .. ��� I al  the .I mi' r '��� ble. ���
Then we si rve 1 i offi e in i  -
. .    r di      r     We have had    i : ,
bn-.' Is soi . - .-ar-..  Xi o arc 1   -
ginnin    to use  tl 'tn  evi n   ��h
there is no i        One fumih
has finger I ������ at 1 reakfast, i
fruit and before 1 ai m, even when'
there is no y ��� I nt the house
That's dead sw 11, We havo drunk
soup mil of ii teacup and put grass
on the fried chii ki r. and now wi
eai ice cream with a Cork. Why
not ? These little evidences of so
cial progress are commendable.���
Columbia Herald.
THE YLLLOW DOG.
Ii hi
For ��� .-. i ������- dog
'j'.     .   ���   his day.
Bo :        say,
And i    . : ���   thai la right.
Bi    IK
Pi    ,        .   :    I   it.
Ar.d tl    I ���   ... it so.
v.      No?
W- ::.      iyu   y
Thi   di     wl'.l have his day
If ... 1  a  ;.   wait until night
Ti   gi '  ll
Ien t that right?
And we are willing he should.
If it does I lm nny good
Let him take a week���
In fact,
If he can di dog i atcher
An-l ih.  saa- ....  man,
There is no reason why
Hi  Bh mldn't taki  all the time
Thi ro is
if he can use ii In his biz.
Bul it wasn't every dog
Wi  Btarted out
To talk about;
It nas one Bpecific gentleman
Who is no gentleman
.'��� nd Is i alii .1
For Bhort
A s ellow dog,
1 hough what tho dog has done
To d< si n e ll
is hard to bi ���
The tall ��� lei tii ns
Are upon us.
N' ver fear, they won't hurt us,
Bul  here Is where
Tie- yellow 'log
Steps la
Ami brazenly demands his day.
Don't,
v.v i.. g of you,
Give it to him.
"I wish y.ui would give me the address of lour tailor."
"l am afraid ynu have got things
twisted. 1 don't own any tailor. There
Is one down the street that owns me
Unit i will be willing to point out to.
you with a telescope,"
Taking His Medicine. -
Ex-Mayor Belcher of Paterson, N. J.,
had spent all of his hard stolen
money and could not afford to build a
private jail with bol and cold water,
steam Ileal and a magniflcenl view, so
be was obliged to patronize the same
lowly Institution where tramps bold
forth,
li must be bard on au es-mayor to
go to jail, as i.e in. longer has a fountain pen ill one hand anil lhe pardoning power in the other. There is the
greatesl i hance In the world for him to
see how ii Ifl himself, and what be sees
Unt apt t" he a slghl particularly sat-
lsfytng and peculiarly restful to the
eyes.
When a mayor is stealing the city
blind and his dearest friends deaf and
dumb he doesn't think ahout this, and
while by the time he goes t.i jail be
lias l.ist much of his capacity for feeling, still he can ootlce the difference
between the visit to that place and a
Sunday si hool picnic,
Relic of thc Constitution.
A valuable relic of the historii
old frigate Constitution has been'
dug from the river bed of the Dela-!
ware by tlie crew of a clum dredger
ofl New rustle. Del. It is a china
water urn presented to the famous
Old liehtine; ship of the American
nnw hv tin. city of Philadelphia in
1797 ami long ago lost and forgotten. How the urn came to be at
the bottom of the river is a mystery,
On one side of the recepiacle is tin
coal of arm- of the state of Pennsylvania, while on the other side \t
the inscription, "Presented by the
City of Philadelphia to (he Constitution��� lTii;."    Philadelphia Pre*"
Conditional,
"Which displays the must Intelligence   Billy's pup or Billy?"
"Depeuds upon whether it is a sau-
Bage or n drink that la In Bight."
Usually.
"What is dignity, anyway'-"
"The demeanor a man puis on when
he   is   obstinate   and   clearly   ill   the
wrong."
>J-
Sure Test.
"This lamp
must he masculine."
"I'shaw. a lamp
Is  neuter."
"But It smokes
so."
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WEDNESCa/.
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Put.
' press   when  he   is   angry     with     it.
praises  it   when it   pleases him, and
i knows how to use it   when he needs
Ehing   Company,   Limited,   at   their ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
iffiees   corner   of   Sixih   ami   Fronl   It."    There is a lot  oi   human natur.
Streets. New Westminster, n. C. even  in the emperors.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
Humor and Philosophy
By   DUNCAN  M.  SMITH
BURNABY CORPORATION.
 ||    Some years ago, one of our p.rriotie j
J.   C.   Brown fi.  J.   Burde  citizens  endeavored  to  stir up public
  sentiment   on   the   subject of   public
ADVERTISING RATES. baths.    Such institutions may be look-1
_       .    .    ,.    , .     .. .  ���    ,,   eil on either as public  washing tubs
Transient   disuiav   advertising,    :(. '
tents per line (nonparlel) 12 lines to  or   as   swimming  schools.    It  Is   -lithe  inch.      Five  cents  per  line  for | latter  aspect which   appeals    to    us |
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
t-onts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
ocats per line.
Foi time contracts, special posi
tlons, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 50c. Wants, I'or sales, lost or
found, rooms to let. etc.. one cent, per
word. No advertisement taken fcr
les-i than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business office    22
Editorial   office      17
Manager's  residence    277
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WEDNESDAY, SEP. 5,  1906.
The Austrian supreme court has decided ihai it is slander to call a man
names over the 'phone. The court
held lha: talk over the 'phone was
nm private and therefore nm privileged.
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The Winnipeg Free Pre.-s i.- publishing ably written letters from special correspondents, giving glowing ac-
i cuius of ihe climate and resources of
British Columbia. Indeed, this province is getting a very large amount of
advertising all over ihe English-speaking  world just  now.
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British visitors to    the  East��� niedi-
here.    Every child   should he taught ���
to swim.    It would not he a very cost- |
lj   thing, and ii  woul I    he eminently
useful.    One of  ihe   five which   Mon- :
treal boasts is thus  described:     The
erection   and  equipment   cost   $7.ami. ;
The   hath   is  about   90   feet long   ami ]
?,'i   feet    wide.     The    hath   Is   Of   Coa-
crete, the depth at one end being three j
feet, running down to eight feet in the i
deepesi   part, and   is  constantly   sup-
plld   with running  water.
EDITORIAL ETA
This is the disrespectful    way   In
which the Winnipeg Free Press speaks
of ihat great organ of high Toryism,
the Mail and Empire: "Al the convention of the British Medical ossociati in
in Toronto, whi h i S ���-������ ' last week I
there were not a few eminent brain
specialists. That they had either the
inclination, or the time, during their
sojourn in Toronto to read the editorials in the Mail and Empire preaching high tariff protection, is highly
improbable, But if by any eiuir.ee.
they 'lid read anv of 'hose tariff editorials, they would assuredly he mosl
keenly interested. For the utteran es
of the Toronto Mail and Empire In
advocacy of the doctrine of high protectionism deserve to rank among the
mosl extraordinary brainstuff that has
even been sel forth in printer's ink."
THE  CHARM IN ART.
Pray, -,\   .. .... ,uld rave or raise a row
Aboul  i'  - -.-in te bo ssy cow
If a., should see the or. il ure p uss
Or pans, to lake a l.ii ��� .u' grass?
l-y.-n for   t l .'i.i .a' -a-i't .-!��� ten
11.. wouldn't turn las Uead again,
An.l yet. to s.-p- h r .1 a  ��� in oil.
Witb trees an.l bushes   ���:  I some soil.
Beside   i cool an.l linipid    ::��� ar:.
He'd pause an I    iy it was ., dream.
No matter if thc price were high,
He'd pull hi��� wail I oi.t and buy.
An ol.l and much lira.- beaten Bhack
On which u man would turn bis Pick
Or pause to wonder why the town
Or .soma one .lil not tear i' down,
A hovel he would hardly care
Ti will las I' iv iril - - in ��������������� I  Par.
With not  i sinfi*e window light
An.l nol   i streak - f paint  ia sight.
Were he to sea it ia a frame
He'd havo a  Ml about the same.
To bev he would not hesitate,
Although it cost two-nlnety-elght.
Som.- land for which be woul.I not srive
A doll ir If he had lo live
I'll.in us bar.- aa 1 barr :. sands
.An.l make a living with bis ban.Is,
A bleak ami quite forbidding spot.
Would strike bis fancy Iik.- as not
II     bum   irtisl look l-.is pa nl
Ani   framed    up   something   ba   called
.;: na:
Som i bushes and a bun :. of grass
Woul I doubt, ss al:  i' .��� critics pass
An 1 i> a Indeed, b ���:������ md a   I .-.' :.
A thing to make a lass about.
nia Art, ii reallj  Is a -' ime
Things that are practiced :-i vour name!
Bul  sti    nn artist i  usl      pply
Thi> things the p   iple warn to buy.
The Winnipeg Telegram waxed very
Tunny jibout that presentation of
plate io H. M. S. Dominion, pretending to believe that the government regarded ii as a contribution to the imperial navy which shouhl relieve Canada  of the  "reproach"  of failing  to
^^^^^^_^^^^^____ pav her share.    Ahout the same time.
visitors to interview  Kipling and   ^.     ...   ���      ,, ,..������>.   ���
'      & Sir   W.   Broadbent.     a    distingui.-h.- 1
li  right when thev go  hack to   ,,    ,. , .  ,,.        , ,
��� ' Englishman, was telling the guests at
a banquet in Toronto:    "We hope and
trust     that  the  connection   between
* Sale oi Lands by Public Tender.
The Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned .
|ties, invite tenders for the purchase of the same.
THE CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
(1).    All tenders to be in writing, and addressed to me at Box 84, New Westi
ter, duly sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land."   They must be mailed in su
time to reach the post office mentioned on or before 4 o'clock on Friday, the 21st day of
Sept., 1906.
(2). Each tender must be accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittanc
10 per cent, of the total purchase money.   Such deposit will lie applied towards the first
payment of purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and in cases of non-acci pted
tenders it will be returned.
(���*>). In all cases where the total purchase money does not exceed $50, ca
15 days of acceptance of tender, will be required. [
(4). In cases where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 d
one-third within 6 months and one-third within 12 months, in each case recki from
date of acceptance of tender, with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annul , wi
be allowed upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement for Sale ; or the whrle atnountl
may be paid at once.
(5). Title will not be given until completion of purchase.
(6). The Council do not bind themselves to a2cept the highest or any tende \
B. G. WALKER, C. ML C.
P. O. Address���Box 24, New Westminster, B. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.
;ii within!
Sale
No.
Description of Land,
District
Block.
S ibdivisii
Approximat ��� Size.
cal men   and    cricketers���have  been
complaining ot the heat, and the papers there have been improving the
"casion by rubbing in the  "Our Lady
the  Snows"   business,   and   asking
Hilly little island.
- ���o	
"He ran paint a portrait so natural
that you aim ist expect it to speak."
"Whal kin I of pain' does he use?"
"I dou't kn iw.    Il comes in tubes."
"Speaking tu- es, no doubt."
Mi asurements i
Acreage
(more or less).
Assessed Value
:.   per Roll ui'
1906.
Ion (Eng.) Globe, comment-:Canada ,lm, ,he mother poun(rv  wi���
>eision of President Roose- j bR contlnued ^ becorae closer.   Tne
he  "reformed"  spelling,; {uture_ we hope   ls that Englan(, wiu
ely  think Ruzvelt and j a]ways have the support ()f her strong.
leve us our own la_,ie8t ^    Canada ,a 8afe< and it can
��� not left us  much j g0 ^   as u ��� boun(, tf) ()o  an,, pros.
ies it may be puz-; per_    Many s.)y that Cana,ia (ioes not
fornier   and   an  dQ   hflr   pa|.t   jn    ,h(?   empire   in   the
its orthografy ! buil.ling of battleships.   Personally. I
valu,  and we ^ ,hink the country's m0ney can be bet-
Of kors, ; fpr  erap]0ve(i in  tne  development  of
\rnegi, sez | the country ami in  building railways.
Getting Rid oi It.
While Mrs. Russell Sago has not had t
a large and varied experience in giving
away money, yet there is uo danger
that she will be obliged to lake lessons
from a correspondence school in the art
of giving away a largo fortune.
Thousands of perious, who know all
about it in  theory, if mi   In  practice,
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13
14
j will he willing to assist her either with I j-
spelling,
.be the
-1  the
the
be
tt is the better son who devotes himself to his father's business rather
than the one who offers his parent, a
gold watch which he does not want."
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FRANCE AS A WORLD BANKER
Among other results of the Alge-
s conference France has come to
'BCiousness of her real power in
���trlil  at   large.   An   English
- lunl  already said that  if
:h people continue to live
Siciple, "Whore you havo
'ini only two," they will
��� in iheir possession all
I in the world.  The
it, which they al-
'lul   the   distress
finance and initio refusal  of
'iiks to allow
until peace
and  prob-
he happy
al affair
if  the
loitie
of
il
liberal advice or ablebodled help, pref
I erably the latter.
Of course,   she  may  not   lake all  of ;
the  advice  that   i.s offered   to  her  by
mail and otherwise, hut if she prefers
to struggle along unaided with the task
j that Is her own lookout.
But if she doesn't  timi  any  way in
which she can use the proffered help, it
! is to be hoped that she will appreciate
the truly noble ami self sacrificing
spirit In which it is offered by ber
unknown wellwlshers.
Natural inference.
"How old i.s Miss Juvenile?"
"I believe she hns seen twenty-live
summers."
"Do you mean to say that the lady
has heen blind a part of her life'.'"
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CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice Is hereby given t,hat the
Vol ers' List for the year 1906 has been
completed, and that the same may ho
seen at this office for thirty days from
the date hereof: and any person who
shall claim to he added to the said
Voters' I.ist. or any Elector who shall
desire lo have any iianie erased therefrom, must prefer his or her request
iu writing, signed with his or her
name, and Bhall deliver, or cause same
to he delivered, to the City Clerk
within ihe time hereinbefore specified.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citj   Clerk's   Ofiice,  city   Hall,   New
Westminster,  Sept.,   1,   1908.
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NOTICE.
Notice  i -  hereby  given    thai  the
tiership, heretofore subsisting be-
* us the undersigned, as loggers,
District of New Westminster,
a. firm name of Allen & West,
'iy heen dissolved hy mutual
���vlug  any  claim  against
ire hereby required to
nmerce
4,500,000
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The location of the properties may be seen on the
Hall or at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors.
aps either al the Municipal
present the same with full particulars
to our solicitor, .1. P, Hampton Hole.
Hank of Commerce Building, New
Westminster, B. C.
New  Westminster,    B.    ('., Augusl
lath,   1906.
GEO. A. ALLEN,
HENRY WEST.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY  SURGEON.
I.ate of Manchurian Japanese Army
Service.
Office, 300 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Residence Phone UO. Ofiice Ho rs:
Office Phone ffiiiii.
'.I a.m. to 5 p.m.
W. R. Gilley, 'Hhone !���_���_.
J.  R. CJniey,  'Huoof
.  4 I
GILLEY BRO,
Healers in
W. IN. Draper I
B. C. Land I-
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire C!ay and
Crushed Rock.
Alao ngonta 14. O. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc
Local agenw Vancouver I'o rtland Cement Oo,
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. DePot
'Phone 1-b
Surveyor
ick.   New Westminster, B.C
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starts a thrill of enthusiasm In everj
one connected with it. Sn many new things
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B ���>' and '.'! ;' unEi Clothing right from the
hands of the World's Best Makers. The
Best Hatl Best Hats Toggery thi
ehoioo, el g I it, attractive and exclusive.
Nothing Wanting-Not a Thing!
Commencing to-morrow and continuing
through the week we shall give our special
attention to showing rather than selling.
We shall hold on these days a sort of
Informal Opening
Every Man, Woman and. Child is earnestly
nvited and we want everybody to come.
Look now���see the new ideas wli'.lfc the
bloom js on���buy at some future time.
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WEDNESDAY,   SEPT.
Win $150 in Gold
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Reichenbac     Company, Limited
PRIZE
CONTEST!
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get .$1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTAINT--A11 holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
k Reichenbach
| Columbia Street
Co.,   Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
C. P. It. MAIN' LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  New   Westminster   10..U  daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster  19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
I.v. N. vs. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   VS.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   VS.   9.15,   10.30,   19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
I.v. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. V,'. D.20 n.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. \Y. 4.::.'. p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. X. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., VS. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. VS. 3 p. rn. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
i.v. N. VV*. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv, Guichon, 2:40 p, m.; ar. N. VS.
i: 15 p m. and 6 p, in
Mondays only.
II. C, ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER,
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.60, l
an i s a, m., and ev,... ball hour thereof ter ;, . n p, m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
vnuje Lours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. H a.m.
From Chwk. 'i'ii., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk, Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
P'rom N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pni. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00p.m.   9.00 a.m.
Cloverdale, lilalne,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cent. Parl;...l".::u u.iii. 2 p.m.
Victoria 10.30a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby  1.15 1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
. Timberland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m.   12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
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
��tage ('lily for Republic.
BufTet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave
g.20 a m.
12.25 p.m.
ij.,.   a.m.
Day Train
..  Spokane
..Rossland
.. .Nelson .
Arrive
,7.IS p.m.
.4.10 p.m,
6.45 P-m.
A. JA( KSGN.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Tllli TRAIN OF FAME
THF. NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It i.s lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the mosl
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. Tbe equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleeper^, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and bufi'it, library and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7_0 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change witnout    notice.)
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. loth.
Princess May leaves Vancouvei
Vancouver, Sept 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
.Sepi.  2l6t.
Princess May leaves- Vane* uvei
Sept. 23rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct  2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
I Oct. tth.
Princess Maj leaves Vancouver,
Oct   12th,
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at l p, m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Wi tminster .11 7 a, m.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally except Saturday ami Sunday at 1:30 p. tn. Saturday al  2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Vieloria at ll p. in. on 1st,
7th, Hub and 201 li ol' each month foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on l,he 7, and 20, for Quatslno anil
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 3 p. m. and Saturday
at 2 ji. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday anil Saturday at
7 ,1. m.; Friday at (I 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 Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Sal unlays,   calling   at
landings   between   Ni w   Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, (tilling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on Second trip. Time on arrival and
departure   are  approximate.
For reservations and Information
' all or address
ED. GOTJLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E.  .1.  COVI.E.
/.est. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver,
.7. W. TROPP
General Superintendent, Victoria
W   ii. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
Ne�� Westminster,
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars ami through !ouri_t
and  first-class sleepers  daily.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at   7:26.
Imperial  Limited,  leaves  at  17:20.
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. (toJ \r
Sept. 8,9, & 10   }M.\0
Good till Nov. 30th.
ED. GUI'LIT,
C. I'. It. Agent,
New   We tn,, i:sti r
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General   Passenger   Airnt,
Vancouver.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
���
Any available Dominion Lands within Ilie Railway Hull In British Cnliim
Ida, may lie homesteaded liy any person who is ilie soli- head of a family,
or any male over IS years of agi-, to
ih'. extent of one-quarter section of
Hid acres,  more or lei ;.
Entry musi lie made personally al
tho local j.'iini office for the district in
which tii" land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered fnr tlie requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the   Interior.
N. It.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll uot be paid
for.
j Northern Pacific
���..-�� ���
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Kales.
Quid; Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
A NU ALL POINTS FAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, It. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. (',.    A
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS, Traffic   Manager.
Vancouver, tJ. c
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally I NEW Daily
Leave WESTMINSTER] Arrive
9T2oam|BIa!nes Belling- 3:C0 pm
4:35 pni ham       Hurling- 9:55pm
(ton,    Ml.    Ver-I
'non,     Everett
Seattle       and
IRorl land.
4:36 pralSpokane,      St. 3:00 pn
|Paul    and    all
points  Fast.
9,20amjAnacortes, 3:00 pm
IWoolley,     and;
Rockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver 9:20 am
9:55 pm' |4:3."> pni
Lv,   New    Westminster   for
Guichon 3:50 p, tn. Ar. Oul bon
fi  p.  m.,  Mondaj.  Wednes lay, 1
Friday. J
8:45 a. in   ar, from 1 lu ��� bon, J
9:30 a. ui. i.v. for Vai   ouvi        I
1
Route of the ramoua [
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"        j
2���Daily Overland Trains���? {
Bpokane, St, Paul, hllnneai 1
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St. [
Louis and all  points East. |
For    complete    Information 1
rates,   berth   reservation,   ��� '
call on or address,
F.  C,  MEYERS,  A gen'.
Dank of Commerce Building
New Westminster, B. C
S. Q, YERKES, A. G. P. A..,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Beattle, Wash.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARI'
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NKW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'JX,
Assistant GenH Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 186 Adams St., Chicago, ill. tBHlM>      ���-'-'
100
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Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion. Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and trie Yukon Territory.
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camp, 191.���M. un Hi" Find and
Third Tuesday of every montb  In
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Board of trade.���n'"w  Westmln
s''-r Board of Trade meets in ths
Board Room, City Hall, M fniinw*
ond  Wednesday of each month
'--fly  niee'lniti  on  tho second
Wednesday    of     February,    May,
'������'..���  and Nr,7��m'ti*ir, at  9  p   '"
ial meetings   on   tt.n   second
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BOVRIL
( ,&</ eufici of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as recwif"'I by lh*J la^'^ 6^ Grpaf Britain.
In 'hf pttSptitt^Kiti of BOVRII ,aK<?nlute!y nothing btrf trie choicest lean
r^fR-rapd. '*�� mam *->urte of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
oUtk Ifl �� plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of trie be��f cart be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
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Bry/WIL i�� ��� ��equity, not merely a bye-product
fit ��� ����<ftirift<i house like many meat extracts.
BOVRIL LIMITED
L.ONDOW, Efftg-and, and MONTREAL, Canada
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ling recorder's oSi
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have, ' receii
dig! in '      h claims
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hall  hav fredge i
ion withi if the
BYe miles
��� npany 1
btainei .   .'.
:;     ;      each  f.:'1. l( j or frac-
Rent.il, $10
mnum for    each   m'le    of river
Ro     ty. al   the. rate  >_
half pi cOll the
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.    Ij   ig in the Vukon Tei
Six leasi h .may be j
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 yeai ...
The lessee's right is confined to the
���-.       ' ' in  the   river
below   1 . rk, that t   1
Ury to be fi      ' , n the
1  '.   '  >   ol   \ ig '     ' :  the
date    '  I'    '   ���
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I     tn     hip   by   filing
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ifical    thai        k has   been
band       ' 1    ��� pati
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Berths on their slee) - longer,
higher      '     idet than in similar cars
.in   .anj   other   Iir 1 hi      ','    I
the.li  trai     '.-;         '.     mi.
I ' ' . 1 : A ol _ claim may be
lefit ' '. ' ttelj by ti iving .1 survey
made   and  publishing  notices   in  the
"''"   ' ll    G     ..'tte.
' leum \'l unappropiated Dominion I ui A in Manitoba, the NAirth-
sve ( Territories arid within the Yukon
Territory, arc open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospect id, an area of 1020 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, ami satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, Including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $.? an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dent. Interior.
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which A as   ���������'��� n      in a.-i tii" longer
�� .  as pretty.   These
. nl of all kini    of   _ii
' iis, always  with the border   >f
a IRT TBA GOWN.
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p..        .    ie thin law iui and organdies.
..:'  bine called
.  shade ol
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this   -.. ������'"   truly   '
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iln- 1     .       : ..���-.;:: iters of 1
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la.", while '!>" resl Iiuug .1 iwn to nm:,"
a short train In tlie back.   i>e"i> sin
(louu "a   or   more    larrow   il.iuiil"   u
- trim tii" i mt.    rii" -'a-
are       1 .   mlj   1 1  tha elb iw ���   soi
timi        '   ng    bul   ofteuer   blsh 1
ip sleeves are  better  liked  th   1
uuy .   iiin waists.   Sometlm -
ih" yokeB are trimmed  very  lavishly
, and lometlmes tbey are made
.   .    ilj ni nil o\ er embroidery.   Naturally ribbon bus its place on tii" gowus.
Qua of tbe prettiest of the negligee
or tea gowua Is made of the palest green
scarcely oipre tban ��iiite, yet with a
suspicion hi' green in Its folds, this be
lng trimmed with a beading nud two
rows ut' handsome lace insertion, white.
ot course,
The ((enoral adoption of thin gowns
muki'H it necessary to have lhe corset
waists to match the gown where pos
sible. and ihey are very line uml linnil
some Some are made liy Inking wide
embroidery und turning the edge uppermost, cutting out arm slaes, and
then all there Is to do Is to run a tape
In the lower part to tie at the wnlst
Hue and ribbons through the holes for
tho npper part. They are pretty and
ea.-.iiv imido and laundered.
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L    .1 THE DAILY   NEWS
WEDNESDAY,   SEPT. 5,  1906
REASONS    WHY We Want Your Trade ^
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
4. We sell our fronds at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
Fi-a-DS LOST WATCH
IN INSIDE POCKET
Absent-Minded  Farmer  From  Langley
Causes  a   Lot  of  Worry in
Jewelry  Store.
....gallon....      CAPT. HOGAN DIES
f.A.MuJr&Co. ��F STRAN0UL4TIGN
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Dead EoiJy is Found  in Cabin of Tug
Ecpt���Inquest not  Necessary.
ALEX. SPECK
l A. Hogan, captain of tlie tug-
oat Stranger, was found dead In his
cabin yesterday morning, death being
apparently due to strangulation. Mr.
Hogan retired on .Monday night, ap-
pan aAy In his usual health, and no
one ��� x: ected the untimelj end thai
overtook him.
The dead body of the captain was
found by Engineer Nobles shortly before six o'clock yesterday morning,
death having apparently occurred several hours previous. Capt. Pittendrigh,
coroner, viewed the body (lining the
morning, and after consulting with
Dr, Rothwell, associate coroner, decided an in(|iiest. was not necessary.
They gave the cause of death as accidental strangulation.
On .Monday evening Capt. Hogan left
the Telegraph hotel shortly after midnight, and went down town, where he
ate a hearty meal at a restaurant. It
is surmised that he did not properly
masticate his food, and after retiring,
lie was taken sit-k and vomited considerably. A large piece of meat lodged in his throat, and gradually choked
him to death. He is survived by three
in others and a sister, all living in this
city. The funeral will take place this
afternooii at the Masonic cemetery,
under the auspices of the Fraternal
Order of Eagles, Aerie No. 20, of
which oiiler he was a member.
Sign Man on Wheel
Columbia St.
11-2 Storey Dwelling
in West End;  six rooms; good buildings;   two  full   size  lots in  lawn and
garden.
Price $1150
Terms: $500.00 cash; balance to suit
at  fi per cent.
l'i story, five room dwelling on
Agnes street (Central) lot S-'ixOG. Price
$1,050.00. Terms: $:J00.00 cash; hal-
ance at 6 per cent
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia Si.   Phone 85
Cordwood
For Sale
Arlka, a Japanese who was recently
ent up for trial, on the charge of
New Westminster, stealing the sum of $40 from Charles
Sato, recently came up for election
before the Hon. VS. Norman Bole and
w;is remanded until the 17th. The
accused did not understand English
very well and it was found necessary
lo secure tlie services of an interpreter.     Tile  accused   also   wished   to
secure ihe services of a lawyer.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���R. Donnelly, .1. H. Ward-
ler, Vancouver; II. (I. Uuss, Nelson;
U. Malcolm, .1. I. Fire, O. S. McConnell, Vancouver: A. ,1. Handcock, Winnipeg;  (J.  I..   Irish,  Toronto.
Colonial -i-M). Patterson, I'itt Lake;
11. I.. King, It. II. .Macleod. Toronto;
it. ('illuming, Ontario; .1. A. Alexander, Vancouver.
Windsor���J, E. Howard. Liverpool;
.1. A. Heath, Cloverdale; A. Carey,
Vancouver; E. .1. Cross, Ladner;
Charles Multland, C. E, Armstrong,
lleary Wesl, ,1. i,'. .Jenkins, Vancouver.
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers In the
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
338 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R.  J.  SROTT,   B..A.,  Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec
Rev. A. .1. Brace and Mrs. Brace left
this morning on board tbe R. P,
Rlthet for Victoria, From thence they
will proceed after a few days to Seattle where Mi Brace expects to speak
on Sunday and where be is also Lille I |
to le-. i ure on ins South African ex-
i --I li ie. es. i ���- terd ij the household
��ffi        belon   ng   to   Mr   and    Mrs.
Lr.e e   ������ ere     aceil     iard    I he
RII hi '.    Tl'  .    ....   a   ir.tmbei    ol
their   friends   m I    nr er.    of   M.
li:,i. e's late congri m on hand to
see hlm oir th     nornli i i him
(lod speed in hi   net* - here of work.
Mr lli-are ba.s doi ile l in .no ini , V.
M    C.   A.   work-   and   to  th i I   Will
take a short course In the Sea Lie
training Institute before taking full
oversight of the work In Victoria.
Jail  Services.
i The regular monthly meeting of the
Ministerial association was held yes
terday morning and among oilier business transacted waa the arranging for
jtho services each Sunday at the provincial jail. Capl. Salnsbury will bo
in charge on Sunday Sept. 0, Lev. A. E.
' Vert, Sepi 16; Rev. Dr. Rugg, Sept.
23;    Rev.   .1   S   Henderson,   Sept.   30;
Rev. R. Lennie. Oci. 7. A communication was received from the attorney
general's departmenl with reference
to ibe request from the association
ihai Rev. R. Lennie be appointed permanent chaplain al ibe jail, stating
thai  ibe  governmeni   could   not   see
iis Way clear lo appoint a jail chaplain ai tbe presenl time.
Al I lie next meeting of Hie association wblch will take place in Oct,
officers will i.e elected for tin- ensuing1
term.
Because be could no; account for
ibe disappearance of a watch which
In- bad handed to a customer earlier
in ibe da... II. Dorer was yesterday afternoon called upon to make restitu
tion for a time piece which the owner.
a farmer from Langley named Muf-
fard, had in bis inside coal pocket
ail ibe lime he was worrying the
jeweller with descriptions of how he
was sure he had left the watch on the
counter after it had been handed to
him. The explanation of the loss was
emphasized by many theories on the
possible cause of the mysterious disappearance of the ticker, and an ofi
repeated assertion that such a thing
had never happened before in me
annals  of tlie  Muffard   family.
Some time ano. Muffard brought a
watch to be repaired ai the jeweller's,
and called for ii yesterday afternooii.
The watch was handed lo him in .in
envelope, ind after enquiring the price
be | laced it on lhe counter while he
signed a check for the amounl. lie
then left the store, and s: me - ;'!:������
later sent his son back to ask Mr.
Dorer for the watch, which he said
he had left on the counter. A search
was made, but no time piece was visible answering to the description of
the missing article. A little later
Muffard himself appeared on th��
scene, and after repeating aboul fifty
times that he had left the watch on
the counter, and pointing oul the exact
spol on the glass case until finger
marks were visible all over the case.
he finrally inquired whal Mr. Dorer
was going to do about it, intimating
that he was prepared to accept the
full value of the watch and say no
more about it, Mr Dorer demurred
at paying full value, but offered lo
pay half if the watch was no: recovered by the police, into whose hands
lhe case wa.s lo be put. Before taking his departure, Mr. Muffard made
a final demonstration of how be had
looked in all his pockets for the missing article. While searching in his
inside coat pocket, he drew out the
missing watch, much to his astonishment, lie attempted to explain that
he could not understand how- the
watch got in his pocket.
Georgia   Minstrels.
The extreme longevity of Richards
,'c Pringle's Famous Georgia Minstrels is the best evidence of its worth.
For over a quarter of a century the
public has been amused by I hose dusky
entertainers. Never in the history
of the "Oeorgias" has there been such
a programme of good things offered
as will be seen at the New Westminster opera, house on Saturday the s'h
inst.
.-\ big new 'First Cart." arranged by
Clarence   Powell,   lively   wilh      bright,
new jokes and repartee, lively music,
handsome costumes, beautiful .-cen-
ery and the latesl in all songs and
music.
Ten new vaudeville acts will be
seen in ibe olio, concluding wiih the
iaiest absurdity  ".Iim Jackson."
There will be no long waits between
acts The curtain will never tall until ihe final act on ibe programme,
"There is more fun than a ciri us,"
i.s what is claimed I'or the "Georglas."
NEW GOODS
 -JUST OPENED OUT'
Large selection of Ladies' Fall Coats.
Watch our advertisements this week i\>r special
announcements.
Reynier's Kid Gloves for fall are here in ail tlu
new shades, long and short lengths.
W.S.COLLISTER&CO.
The evenings now art' a
little longer, therefore colder,
and a small fire in a well
regulated stove is very acceptable. This the time to select
while the stock is new and
complete.    Our well known
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT
has given the best of satisfaction, and we recommend
it.    Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
TRAIN JUMPS TRACK
ON UNION PACIFIC
Unknown      TramD     Killed,     Fireman
Scalded   and   Other   Fatally   Injured   in  Wreck.
Cheyenne. Wyo., Sept. 4.���The west
bound Los Angeles Limited on ile
Union Pacific was derailed early todaj :il Red Bllttes, forty miles west
of this place. The (ntire train, Including six coaches left the track.
The engine and baggage car turned
over. Fireman J. W. Cook wai badly
scalded. A tramp, name unkown, was
killed,  and   another  fatally   Injured
Sept. 5 In fustc.T.
1638 - Louis X : .' i : Fn -a ���
was  l.rn a  ai   *i   Germain;   king   "���'-   ;....:-.
ill. i! 1715.
1750 -���  Ri '." ri      !���'��� rguson,
S< ottli h  poet,  boi a nt
Edinburgh.
1S51���Dr.  W 111   t  McGllll-
w a y .       dl-tlngul; lad
Sc a. li naturalist, died
a! /.I . i.l. ��� ���
lKiT ��� A u ).- U s I p-   l'i.mli',
Fr. nch   na '..j ..-.   i  i.n
and    philosophi r   .-enl
foi ��� dei  . :  the posltlvlst school, died.
1865���Flre .a--, i  16,000 houses,  besides
n-ii.T]...    antl other public buildings, al
Ci '   tantli oplo.
l'i'-     :....:   I I...U-1,. riv.   famous   orator,
1..'. ' ��� :   ai. i  I.. mocrat,  dii pi  in   Phlla-
di Iplil i    bi ra 1S2G.
1884���General   '. .a ���������   Stoneman,   ex-gov.
it:."i   ..:   i '..if. ::.: i   and  al   one   time
-    lei . : thi   . li . all���>  . orps ef Un- Army
��� f th.   Pol  a... . dli l ai   Buffalo; born
I'-.L
188S v." ��� aa. . ��� i -,i ...i as queen of
Ho land
ll'1' i.'.t iah Butterworth, noted Aw r-
i.���:��� a ������ ��� hi i a: -1 i ditor, died at Warren.  R,   I.:  l?orn 1S39.
The Paragon
 Family Washer =
1
The Latent   and   Greatest   Washer   on   tlie Markel
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1. Anything withoul  pri
vious boiling; there is no ���
of   using any chemicals   - ���  .
soap and water.
2. ���Anything from the :
est lace curtains to the heavi
est   blankets   and   carpet.-,
without the slightest injur, to
even the most delicate labia- .
3. I fptotwi ��� ���;.��� five pieci
within 5 to 8 minutes.    I:, ���
ter and  cleaner   than   by the
harsh, slow and tiresome rub-
la.ard method.
The Paragon runs absolutely noiseless and so easily that a child can
turn it. The Paragon will save its cost many times by pn venting wear
and tear.    Call and see it and he convinced like others now using it.
Large Shipment of Them lust Arrived Direct from factory
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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FURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. PALES,
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iti aml^TlST'olumlila St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.   j��;
Not Then.
"Experience keeps a dear school.''
"Not if you acquire II at  the other
fellow's expense."
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Electric Railway Service:
REJESOMEJORCE
in the t a munit ���-.   A poor " hi    i
to-rnoi i h man   ' ..    ei '..'.   ���    p
your mind lo bu,  u h me N'I A..
Do St Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was moi' liki ly   .  care..   .   ard ex-
travagnti    \ h       i u n and d -I  not
tarl  lUGI-IT.
Oo Et Now.
E
Human Njlurc.
'      ���'���   -' / /    I I
E^e-xM. l_b
rc~''<-
The man who fi_bis- and runs away,
Though no one Is pursuing',
Brings back his gang with lum some da]
And iin re la aomi thing doing,
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
.-'..'ions will run every ha.f-
liour from 5:60 a. m. to 11 p,
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a, m. Half hourly uars will
ran from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service rrom
0.30 a, m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���No iraiister.
Between 12 and _ and .'> and 7.
City and Sapperton.
-+*mmmm*+4mmmmmmi
30  Minute   Service   during  re- ��
maimier ot day.    i ransfer al *
Leopold J'lace. 4
Sunday   Service   half hourly   be J
I ween   8   a.   in.   and   10   P   m. *
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Sapperton Line���iu Minute Ser- .
Vice,   eveept    hetween    IH   and   ���
_, and a and '. during which J
hours nie Bei vice win be ���
half-hourly. f
Sunday Service   Imir-Hourly  ��� '���'���  ���
tween 8 a. va, ..ml 11 p. '"���    *
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
is the best of all gifts to vour fam-
i ily-	
'investigate.
7 Roomed House, and
1 Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
J Church. Lot60x 182 . . % 1 750
{ Very Easy Terms,
ilf VOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist Vou.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
PENT   PARAGRAPHS,
People affected   with hollow  bends
always make n roaring noise,
Dignity  is nn uncomfortable perch
when the taffy is being passed
New Westminster Opera Mouse
night SEPT. 8, '06
RICHARDS &  PRINGLE'S
FAMOUS
���� MINSTRELS
yin Comedians   Singers Afi
4U Dancers     Acrobats ^v
Oeorgeous    scenic    and. electrical
effects.
Tickets on  sale al   II.   Ilyall's (Irun
store on Thursday  morning,
Mo   Preparation!.
"Their divorce
wan rather unusual and unexpected, wasn't It?"
"Ves, linlc'd , I (In
rmi believe either
of them had any
notion whom they
would marry
next."
A
P
ainful
larity.
Simi-
'I
uu sur
u'lscd
th
at
Jelly
didn't
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lb
fellow
bail
fiend
points,
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'Se
have
plus,
yi
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they'll
stick
yc
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On Them.
Cleverton   -
the surgeons t
you    Well    nl
hospital?
1> a s b aw a
Finely, l.vrry
tiny reset my
tbey   set    up
*tlict'.
Obi
real
Hi..
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time
log
Iho
NO  OCCASION  NOW.
IIIU
Aunty:    "Johnny, that littio  boy  next door rvcfiir.
a  trooper.     I   hope  you don't  play   with  him."
Johnny:    "No,  aunty, dear;  not  now.    Ho'n taught m
nil bo I.new."

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