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27 1906
kLUME 1, NUMBER 198
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER ���_>��;. li
���s^CTOi.lA.
 iu.  .   ���
106.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
\pAN PROTESTS
V. S. COUNTERCLAIMS
_	
[sentations of Japanese Ambassador Are  Offset by
^laim of United States For Arrest of Japanese
Poachers.
CHID M/RFfKFft DREDGING COMPANY
0\m   TTIlLUlLI/j       MAKES ASSIGNMENT
Oct.
-Vis
ese ambassador,
Si cr< tary Hoot,
, a.- at. to-day made
. :  ids govern-
. | states see that
.. ���-   in   California
full . Ights undei
. : ilng the right of
,   freely   attend   the
s.ui Francisco.   Sec-
ti   ������ the matter up
and   i:   i-   Hki 1}
-.    v,. .   : ,��� made  to
,a California.   The amine exclusion of
:��� -a, San Francif i ���
A     the chiel cause ol slim p
ilted   States.   He
ounl    the i thei
sentimenl againsl
e   friendship   be-
nlted States Is
:...    nd   oo long-standing to
forn ti -i hi the part
a rongs her citi-
iffered in some local!-
di   i niic! States,"  said  Vis-
i  ...��� Ig much misun-
:   ia, ati  i oncerning tiie
' a ei i; -������. the Japan-
ly n alizes ihat the
- .���   Ja] anese children
: ai _, neral in this coun-
��� be   lapan -.   do not  un-
the it' lation, and the local
.���;.._ ul   infriendliness to Ja-
.-.:- le I b.   many persons as
act! ���
-am-:    'in-  Japanese
i ! us extremely seri-
.count  Aoki,  and   he  made
���a conceal ihe fact.
years of friendship
.rams, it seems too
innocent Japanese
lould be subjected io
aid the ambassador.
Sai )i ,u tion    ..   the local i
in this country  I     ���  ��� a    I ver,    _!1
rl.   by all  Japan' .  a '
Washing! in, 0 t. 25 - S retary
Rool ha reqm ted the J , nese gov
��� rnment to cause the am -' and pun-
���  :.;:./'til  of .la;.: ni       poacher.   who at
" '���<���; 'ed ���-, lan I i ti the   ��� i : i. iuu i ...
Alaska recentlj. an I  who esi api 1  - i
Japan after some of tbei party I    .
I een   killed.    "I i e   rt,,',. |, : artmi ni
" ���    for this  ������ : a .��� |t - |D | |n :1)���
fact   that   il   regard     the  attempted
landing of j oachi     .       ��� .v.  sit -i oi
United State   terril ry,
ON WEST COAST
American   Barkentine   Skagit    Goes
Ashore Near Clo-oose���Two        I
Lives Lost.
Trustees' Dredge Company, of Lillooet, Is  Compelled   to
Suspend- Causes of the Failure Are Pointed
Out.
���
Five More Are Saved.
Norfolk, Va., Oct. 25.���C iting the
minutes, which i '������ mi I to thi m to i
bul   fen   Intei .��� nini een   them
and  death,  bruised     '��� ��� I! ngry
and thirst). fi-.. men adrift en a bit
of wreckagi off the Floi i ist saw
one ol theii ci .hosi Buffer
ings had driven him m I, thi uw him-
s li Into the sea to deatl i I not long
afterwards a s1 i aved theii lives
The five survivors were It n 1- l hi 11
to-day by the British steamer Hea-
therpool, Captain .lohn Grives, which
arrived for bunkei i al, en n ute from
New Orleans ti Rotti rdam. The survivors are being cared for at the Norfolk city mission until the company
foi which Ihey workl ! or their relatives can be hiatal from.
 o	
No   Russian Loan.
St. Petersburg, 0 ' 25.���Regarding
the repeated rumors thai ihe government is contem] . I _j the issue of
another   loan,  thi    ' ite I    Press
v as authoritative!) Informed to-day
thai no loan, foreign oi domestic, is
contemplated, ��� ���.<��� ��� the internal loan
to be issued aboul Di '. 1, In order lo
balance ihe budget on tbe new year.
B.C., ' ���      25.    Thi    .     . .
S    .      of Poi    Townsend, from
F an i I'      Gamble, went
n   at (ilo-oose, on the wesl coasl
ii   Island, this morning.   Captain
and    the   cook    are   reported
.-ni '.  I ui   the  rest   o!  the  '.row
I  -;. re in .- ifety.
��� ��� ���   poin   whi re she strui k is near
1   ' oose,  ...   few   miles   northwi si  ol
Cai manah   Point,   and   abi m   seven
��� ii es  ��� .ist   of   I';.' hena   Point,  where
the ill-fated Valencia struck and went
" hei   dootn  last   spring,  and where
Dominion   government    steamer
. ... Ira   i-  now  employed   In  landing
i- : lies "i /-rec- a lighthouse, i rom-
sed by the Dominion government Immediate!) after the Valencia horror,
but work on which has i nly jusi tie-
gun,
As soon as the news of this latest
wreck was recehed at the departmenl
of marine and fisheries, the fixed sig-
nal was given to call the life-saving
crew together. Four bells at certain
intervals were rung on the flre alarm.
bul there wtis in response, the hardy
mariners deeming little better than
an Insult the three dollars per month
offered by the authorities. Captain
Voss, the just resigned coxswain, however, volunteered.
TOU BE NEXT MAYOR?
IS NOW THE QUESTION
FOUR HRE DEAD
TWO ARE DYING
Daily   News   Man   Has   a   Littie   Chat j Eight   Missing   and    Many    Seriously
With One of the Possible Injured as   Result of  Kansas
Candidates.
Fi :   .-' me  time      ist   rumors have
City   Fire.
Kansas   City,   Mo.,    0<t
-Four
been   .   lng   around    that   J.   A.  Lee j persons are known to be dead, eight
wo,i.d contest the sea; for ihe mayor- j others are missing, two are fatally in-
alty at  the forthcoming election, and ' jured   and 50 are suffering from hurts
ti   asi ���   '..in his views on the subject, j a-' the result of a fire which destroyed
: all)  Xews reporter waited on Mr.   the chamber of commerce building in
Lei        terday afternoon and put him I Kansas  City,  Kan.,  early to-day.    A
thn   -     a  catechism  on  the subject   single body has been recovered from
... : he disc;.limed any intention   the ruins, that of D. K.  young.    It is
uning for the position, and stated   known that Chas. A. Lynch, a laborer,
thai    ���  would absolutely refuse to run   and  the infant   son of Mr. and  .Mrs.
Lillooet, Oct. 23.���After a hard uphill fight lasting about eighteen
months, the Trustees' Dredging Co.
1 lgn< d. Their liabilities amount
to  al oul   $10,000,  their assets  being
oni of the ��� esi up to-date dredges and
mi   oi   the  besl  dredging leases on
the   Fraser   river.     If  tbey   had   been
able  in  hold oul  another six  months, |
mosl  likely  would   have   come
through all right, but an unlooked-for
decrease in the value of the gravel of\
a  week's duration caused the catastrophe.    They are now Into good pay
ground  and  the dredge Is in perfect
working order.    There are many reasons for failure.   It is a story of blunders,  hard   luck   and  mismanagement i
all  though.    In   the  first   place,  the
shareholders    (mostly    Iowa  farmers):
subscribed $125,000.   They were made
to   believe   thnt   they   were having   a
$90,000 dredge built, with aii the latest  impiovaments.    Instead   of  this,
there  ���>���. s a double contract, the real
one for  a  good many  tens of thousands   less   than  the   one   that   was
s'lov n   the shareholders.    Large  contracts were let for  wood  when they
should   not    have    been,   the   dredge '
' iiilt  in the  wrong  place,  etc.    The
manager  knew   nothing  of  dredging,
and as soon as the company took over
ih" dredge there commenced a chapter of ac-ii.'ents and mistakes, culminating   in  the   assignment.    The  firsl
we.k's  run was a good one.  bul   the
manager     was    not     satisfied,    and
thoughl   the)   should  take out  many
times more gold than what they did.
He wi uld rot let  the dredge master
have   bis   own  way.   and   made   him
jump   frnm   one   place   to   another   in
hopes   ef   striking   a   jwicket.    High
' water came on, and instead of putting
i ttle dredge in a safe place, they took
her  right  out   into  the  center of the
river,  where  she caught   all  kinds of
driftwood. The head line pulled out,
and down tiie middle of the river the
dredge Btarted, They dropped the
ladder, which luckily caught on a
ridge of rock, and so saved her. They
were some three weeks pulling her
back to where she belonged, bin In
doing so every bit of machinery was
strained or broken. They next left
the upper end of their lease and went
down to the lower end. and there they
bave been ever since. About this time
their finances were getting into bad
sh upe. The workmen, wood contractors and traders were not paid, but
promises were made that only a short
while would elapse and money would
be sent from the head office in lowa
Falls. This went on for some months,
but as the company had been in good
standing and were taking out lots of
gold, no one suspected anything
wrong for a long time. When the
crash came, it was found out that the
secretary, Bliss, had got away with
all lhe funds. Tlie Trustees' Dredging Co. was then formed, which paid
off all indebtedness and have been
running the dredge since, They found
the dredge in no shape at all for doing any work, and it was a case of
continual repair. All money for repairs and running expenses came out
of what was taken out of the ground.
From hick of experience on the part
of the men, there were a great many
breaks that should not have happen,
ed. This spring they laid off for
several months and completely remodelled the whole of the machinery
and for the past few months there
have been very few breakages. They
have proved that with a good dredge,
run by competent men, there is a big
thing to be made in dredging on lhe
Fraser river, ami that a dredge is not
a machine thai can he run by any
old  farmer and   pay a  dividend.
HIRANCE HEN
IB THEIR CONVENTION
MORMON CHURCH DROPS
All SECULAR BUSINESS
���solutions Intended to Proniote
er^s m  Conduct of Their
E. s;ness.
M       Ocl    25.���Tie   six-
���'��� il      ... ntion ol the Nail lifi    inderwrlh rs
having decidi d to
In   Ti     a-       After
��� ie     ' onvi ntli n
hen after exclud-
��� ��� ompanies irom
li lib' rations  i :'
��� . and prohihit-
i fflcers of coin-
' any convention,
nflne the right
��� be associa-
1 ai   managi rs.
ed   provides
ents n ay serve
ilttee for three
til 'i of iheir
' '   '  ; R    ia.   Coch-
i a ���lining   tii,.
ill I   calling on
nance It.
���������:    President,
"���' w  York; first
man,   Atlanta.
J, ; li nt,   VV.   W.
|" I   vice-president,
I I      ��� il; secretary, Ai
re; treasurer, Bli
' I. Conn.
lEat Dogs and Horses.
T ''' ' :"   T!;" Statistical Cor-
,'" ��� analyzing the
I --...liter house
[ , 3.   finds   that  the
\ '���''��� food  increns-
I  ��� [ horses  111
. ���     Of  190.    the
���null...   .,.���   .
L , eaten in  1905
imber ol horses
Latter   Day    Saints    Will   Ko  Lcnger
Engage   in   Money   Making
Enterprise..
I
L e directors or
I
I )ntari0 Bank Affairs.
���
i endered their
."ill-Cl,,,.
I etingofthe
let, .     -    '��e,i ro,  Dec.
'
Salt Lake Cit; . Utah, '... 25.���Re-
, u ts that the Mi i a a church as an
i i gi nization is to retire fri m commi : cial busini ss wen further veri-
8i i to-day, when It waa i ffii lally announced that the Utah National bank
bad been soi i -. ',. s Mi Cormick.
The bank's stock was largely owned
y the church, in the last four months
lhe  Mormon  church has disposed of
��� is big holdings in the Utah Light &
Railway Co., which controls the principal public utilities In Sab Lake
City; its Uis Angeles and Salt Lake
road, with its greal pavilh n al Salt-
air; and its big retail department
-ore at Ogden.
���. o	
New   Management.
The    Lytton    hotel    has    changi I
bunds, and   Lo i iy   thi     Hughi -     11
��� a ; 9 drop out of the man.-' nv '������'.
while the purchaser, W, J. Brennan,
late of the Royal hotel, Notch Hill,
BC, 40 miles trom Kamloops, will
take charge Mr. Brennan Is ' y no
means a strangei In this city, as he
v.as at one time the owner of the Occidental hotel, which he sold to the
presenl proprietor. Mr, Brennan takes j
possession of tho Lytton to-day, and
his   family   will   arrive   here in   the
' lurse of a few days.
, o���	
Will Challenge Again.
.New York. Oct. 25.���Al  8 dinner tonighl given in his honor by the Brooklyn Yacht club, al  which were present
two hundred representatives of lead-
t Ing yachi clubs. Sir Thomas Lipton
! declared that he hoped he mighl be
privileged to challenge for America's
cup, and declared he would Issue a
challenge In 1907 or In 1908,
A Sign   of Progress.
St.   Petersburg, Oct 25.- The first
Russian industrial congn  s ai    m-bled
here to-day.   The delegates were ad
dressed  by the ministers ol  finance
, ci mmerce am! rallroa is.
i. , :... i till r suitable man could be
: | pose VV. H. Keary, lie
intimati i thai he might reconsider
al refusal to contest ibe seat;
jr he saw that public feeling was
sti ng! in favor of it; and in spite
(��� his modesl disclaimer, there seems
e. e a strong possibility that he will
make a bid for the chief magistrate's
seal in December.
"I think the time has arrived," said
Mr. Lee, ���when our present mayor
should step oul of office. Personally
I have nothing to say against him,
but i do nol think thai he is the best
man to have In that position at pres-
nt, We ni i 1 a mayor who will be
perfectly Independenl in every way,
aud who will ��� . ��� the city's interests before thosi of B corporation on
. rer) occasion. If Mr. Keary attempts:
to run for re-eh tl n again this yi ar,
be will ' e oppose I, and it' opposed by |
the right man. he will be beaten.
When asked to be that man some
time ago. I gave 'No' as my answer,
and although 1 have bei n asked sev-
. ral times since, i have nol given any
parti ulai atti ntion to the matter, I
r.,., ..... v ; usy all the time, and do
-, ���  Bee b,,w l could  - a e the time
���  ���'  i:i    business,    Wl    i   firsl   ap-
:   hed   i eniph itlcall)  ri fused, and
��������� .  then have not seen Bl to recon-
sid ���    : "i-ion, but "
And Mr, !.".. broke off In his remark - with .'. smile which plainly
slid, "You may guess the rest."
Strike  Settled.
Portland. Ore.. Oct. 26.���The strike
Of grain handlers at this port was set-
tied to-day. The strikers agreed to
return   to   work   provided  that   the
lice were withdrawn from the piers,
The  Buckingham   Inquests.
Buckingham, Que., Oct. 25.���Coroner
McMahon,  of  Montreal, arrived   here
thla   morning   and  ordered   the   Bum-
 ning of a jury   of  sixteen���elghl
Eng]]sh  ntid   elghl   l-'rench-for   both
Beiangei  and Therlaull Inquests,
aj they   will  be conducted   together.
The Inquest opens to-morrow, i
Walter street, of Lhe Thiol detec-
tjve agency,  Montreal,  who has nol
...,   been examined, said today thai
ho saw Belanger, the dead strike lead-
L.   (lraw bis revolv-   'em under his
weater and  sh   '    '    " W oth"
..... .,.-.. ���ed firearms,   lb-also said
,,;, the polio offered the first resist-
anc  tl rllters by m��M ";'"
...,, ,his led the unli ��������� i '" ,0 *ho��l
George Sparks are dead, bui their
bodies have not been recovered. J.
I*. Branahan, a wagou maker, died at
a hospital to-day. It Is thoughl thai
the total dead will be about ten.
The building was at the junction
ol the elevated railways, two blocks
wesl of the Kaw river, and a mile
southeast of what now is the business
district of Kansas City. Kan. It was
erected fifteen years ago at a cost of
,s.,(ido to be used as a board of trade,
The city grew away from it. however, and it was never used for its
original purpose, but for many years
has been occupied as an apartment.
The structure was four storeys in
height, with a deep basement, and
face,i two streets, li was built of
brick and stood alone.
The fire broke out on the ground
floor from some unknown cause. Isolated as it was, the burning building
was difficult of access, and il was
some time before the fire department
ii ached the scene. Several companies were at a fire in another pari
of the city. When the firemen arrived
���a entire building was in flames, So
quickly did the flames spread that
within a few mlnuti s afti r the
: as disc.vere.I ..il means of esi a; e by
- ..��� stall a.i,'  for the si on . i f oi cu-
ints was shut off.   i ��n two si.'; - ���
the    building   the   eh vated    rail n ���
h   ..��� i  il   ia  and mad I
harder work for the firemen.
NEW YORK EXPERT TALKS    FIRE UNDERWRITERS
ABOUT WHITE PLAGUE       TALK WESTERN RATES
Recites Some Facts Which Dr. Fagan
is  Trying  to   Impress  en
the Public.
Returns From Alaska.
After working all summer in the
Porl Ellis cannery, Alaska. .1. M.
Montgomery, of Blaine, returned home
again on Monday, and will spend the
winter with his family. Mr. Montgomery was in the city yesterday and
called upon several old acquaintances
i nd friends, some of whom he had not
seen for years. He suited that a large
pi rty of miners returning from the
Yukon were on the same boat, an 1
had quite a reception on their arrival
In Seattle, where tbey were greet d
on the wharf by a large number of
people gathered there to welcome
them. Mr, Montgomery was in New
Westminster on the night of the big
tire, and was Btaying ai the old Douglas hotel at the time. He managed
to stive an overcoal from the burning
hotel, and lias rei line I the key of the
n om which he occupied on thai night,
and now wears il as a talisman on
his key ring. The key has the tag
attached, bearing the number 10, and
he words "Douglas hotel."
Syracuse, N.Y., Oct. 25.���Dr. M. F.
Kavenei,   assistant    director   of   the
] Henry P. Hipps institute for the study
of tuberculosis at Philadelphia, made
some  interesting  statements this  af-
I terhoon in an address on "Hereditary
. Portal of Entry of Infection and !m-
munitv in Tuberculosis." at to-day's
session of the conference of the sanitary ofifcers of the state of New
York. Dr. Kavenei said it was reasonable  to   expect  that   in  the  near
; future persons would be vaccinated
to make ihem immune from tuberculosis. He said that nothing has done
more harm In the effort to prevent
tuberculosis than the belief by many
that il is in the family and there is no
use lo fight against it. The speaker
also -'ated that 90 per cent, of all
��� . ns ipon ��'inui post-mortem ex-
latlons have been made have scars
o   ' Id ��� ii ercular sores on the lungs.
The  Premier Greeted.
Th ! Province of yesterday has the
fallowing s; eclal  des- titch:
Revelstoke, Ot:. 25. ��� (Special.)���
On Premier McBride's arrival at Field
yesterday he was mei by a large delegation, which welcomed him back to
British Columbia after the hard fight
be had pm up for the province at
f'ti iwa. There was no political color
t; the deputation, members of both
parties coming from Golden and Rev-
elstoke to join in ihe reception Mr.
Thomas Taylor, M.L.A., joined the
train at Donald., while al Revelstoke
the premier was invited to attend a
banquet tn appreciation of the fight
he had put up for better terms at Ot-
t iwa. Owing to public business making his presence at Victoria imperative, Mr. McRride was obliged reluctantly to decline the invitation. At
Glacier a despatch was received by
the premier from Nelson, stating that
at an executive meeting held on Moo-
day the Nelson Conservative club
' artlly approved of and endorsed
the stand taken by the premier, and
begged to tender him a public recep-
ti- -i t'i his convenience."
And Do Not Appear to Be In a Hurry
Atout   Lowering  Them   to   a
Reasonable Figure. gp
          !��������
Toronto, Oct. 25.���At a meeting of
the Canadian Fire Underwriters' association yesterday, the question cf
rates to be charged in Western Canada was under discussion. It was Anally decided to leave the matter in the
minds of a special committee which
will meet, in Montreal next week.
That committee will have before it
ali particulars ol the system of fire
protection in cities, towns and villages of the west, and it is expected
that certain recommendations for improvement of fire protection appliances in these places will be insisted
upon before lower rates are granted
for risks in the west.
 o	
Pitch Weapons Into Sea.
Havana, Oct. 25.���Carrying out further the policy under which the arm.,
surrendered by ihe insurgents have
: > en destroye I. orders have been
given that a greater quantity of arms,
tin accumulation of the last forty
years, now stored in the casements of
Morro castle here, be thrown from
tin battlements of the castle into the
tea. This work is done by the present garrison of Morro castle under the
supervision of American officers.
About 10,000 stands of rnis are thus
to be thrown away. It i.s intended to
do away with similar accumulations
of arms in all the other fortresses of
the island. This destruction of weapons is entirely a precautionary measure.
 o	
Well-Known Engineer Dead.
Toronto, Oct. 25.���Word was received yesterday of the sudden death at
Lansing. Mich , of VS. T. Jennings, an
eminent civil engineer of this city.
Mr. Jennings lefl for Michigan last
week to inspect some railway properties there for Toronto capitalists. He
had not been in good health for some
time, and was taken ill shortly after
going to Lansing. Mr. Jennings wa3
at one time superintendent engineer
of the C.P.R. at Yale, B.C.
��� /
THE DAILY N   WS
FRIDA /   ry
<i|t
Big
in
Men's 5uifs, reg. #J0    Men's Overcoats, reg. $10 and $12
Men's Raincoats, reg. $10 and $12
Goi"S at    $4.95
Men's Handkerchiefs,  White  and Colored, - 5c
Men's Canvas Gloves, 4 pairs for   25c
���
���
���
���
Men's Suspenders, for       -        -    15c
Boys' Knickers, good strong tweeds, all
sizes, regular 75c, for      -       35c
WESTMINSTER CLOTHING C
E. DAVIS,   Manager.
UBMmkMMaa&aameBaBiiBa
LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN
/
>   i
-���;
Kumor ant Philosophy
By  DUNCAN  M.  SMITH
THE POSTMAN.
The postman plods along the street,
Moves leisurely around his beat,
Looks mi the right a l it- ss with ear*
And leaves a letter h re and there;
Then with a whi .tte or a song
Ile grabs his Pag and j ��� .- along,
Swings an and disappears from view,
And nothing has he left for you.
There's Mrs.  Jonea across  tiie way,
Who gels a letti r every day;
Some friend  Industrious must  write
A long epistle every night.
And If sho misses once, we'll say,
She gets a p-ip.-r an) way,
While you are lucky if one trip
You draw an advertising slip.
It's not but you have friends and be
Who    ought    to     write    you,    go    I
knows!
Your cousin M try, in the east,
Has owi l you one a month at leai '
And there are several men who said
They'd write.    Can  they have all dron
Ii l dead?
Soma one with s im thing nil e to say
Should make the postman earn hi    i . >
Hop., springs eb rnal, so they say;
He may have one for you next day,
But ii i    hard to si ���   him fly
Along the sit--, t and i iss you by;
Of your location   rive no hi ���-.!.
As though .-, ���  ii  . .aia i �� rite an I : ������:.. i
But chei r up; had he li fl > ou on -.
Perhaps li mlghl have been a dun.
H_rd on Their Throats,
"IE. (.'
ym{
...���U-..    >v|
&
,^M
<p&
<r����,
[wo?
"I understand, the Russian government is fixing up cruel am! unusual
punishment for the revolutionists."
"Going to have them blown up with
dynamite?"
"Worse than that. Going to force
them to eat their own words."
Convenient insanity,
Some expert who may have been
looking at himself In the glass has solemnly declared that almost everybody
you meet is insane In one way or an
other. The average man would b ���
loath to believe that, although he would
have to admit that almost everybody he
meets thinks be can sing. As to bitn
self, he would resent it and claim thai
he was as sane as any of the rest.
It_.la onlv. when som���. verv weal"
mannas committed a great crime aim
the lawyers think It would be a shame
to let bim be punished before he lr. -
hnil a chance to spencS|__is money that
the experts come to the front with n
drayload of big words warranted u
convince the jury that the man and
all his relations are clear off mentally
It Is not very flattering to a man lo
hear positive proof that almost co'i
vlnces himself that he is insane, hul
If he will think real hard ho can usual
ly call to mind some things that uneven less pleasant.
Important Qualification.
'Tan you furnish me with a kind
and gentle hired man?" asked the lady
who was dabbling in amateur gardening
"1 bave several on the list," replied
the polite employment agent. "Here
is one named Henry, and another they
call William."
"I believe i will take Henry, becaus -.
you know, one of his Important duties
will be to look after the hennery, an 1
It will seem so appropriate."
Had It In For Him.
"There's a lady of your acquaintance
that I'd like to meet."
"Who is she?"
"Your widow."
Hard on Him.
"My feet are rory tired."
"What have .mui been doing?"
"Footing bills all day."
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
A  liolio has  no
,  , , . M ha-
special    grudge       r<��n   ^y      ...
against   an    ab-      ������   lf%flA E
Bcondlng   bank ^ --yEr\
official. !�������. 2gEf\ Tu
��/i r
Work   may    tie \v*���H
food   for  a" boy, .      \4A\
mt   no   boy   ls   M  s-xgs^ -r>
good for work.
?'&!��'
*.-.*-!
Sometimes the hero iu the play Is n
genuine hero, At least you think as
you watch him thai it requires nerve
for such an actor t > go on the stage.
When Mr. Cynlcus conies around tie
neighbors take out an accident Insur
ance policy to protect their feelings,
Some men are good husbands bo
cause they know that it Isn't wise tr,
be any other kind.
Nothing is e/asler and productive ol
less results to tho square Inch thuu
to preach reform.
There is good In everything except
la tha average basket of cantaloupes.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that application has
been made to register John Kennedy
as the owner in fee .simple, under a
lax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to John Kennedy, bearing date the
Slst day of December, A.D !901, of
till and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate,
1; ing and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of I3rit-
i.-h Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lots 1, 2, 3,
-I and 5, Block 15, par', of Lol 26,
Group 1. Lots 2X and 29, Block 5, subdivision of Lot 202, Group I, and
northerly four-fifths of Lot 2, Block 6,
sui,division of Section 13, Township
1, Range 29th, West, of the 6th "Meridian.
Vou and each of yon are required
to contest the claim of the tax pur-
i ' i.e.- within forty-five days from the
date of the flrsl publication of this
notice, and in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pond":.- being filed
within such period, or In default ol
re : imption before reglstiation, I shall
register John Kennedy as own
��� be e a' In fee, And I direel than publication of this nol Ice ; ir one monl h
in a daily newspaper published ln
New Westminster Bhall be good and
sufficient service.
Dated al the Land Registry Office,
N'ew Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 13th day of October,
A.D. 1906.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Mrs, Elizabeth Kathleen Black,
William Knight and Jed G. Blake.
All persons served with this notice,
a::l those claiming through or under
them, and all jiersons claiming any
Interest In t.he said land by virtue of
tiny unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interesl In the
said land by descent, whose title Is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or !n respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided  by the "Land Registry Act."
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.  New Wertmlntter, B.C.
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Auy available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt iu British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must  be  made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
i
The homesteader      required to perform the conditions connected there
with under one of the following plans.
(i) 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 for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the lather  or  mother.
(3) If the settler tins his permanent
11 .idence upon farming land owne I
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to re . leni e
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land,
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of nonunion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Re lot !��, subdivision of lots 20, .1
and 22, suburban block (J, New Westminster city.
Whereas proof Of the loss of certificate of title number 2845a, issued In
tii0 name of Nels Nelson, Ins been
lile 1 in lhis office,
.Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
xof, issue a duplicate of said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906.
The Royal Bank of Cam
!:,.-.        tbso ite  security  to depositors    START NOW    isj
and you will never regrel  ll     Peop ���   lo- har ler things evei    lay i_i
nothing to ihow tor it
ONE DOLLAR opens an acinar.    Put 11 In your poi .et, i  would |
a  ly   ie nothing, bul  ONE DOLLAR   leposlted ever)   wi       '   -:
ten ye ounl to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINSI tK   dKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED IM,.
Incorporated   by   acl   or   parllamenl
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)   	
RESERVE FUND 	
��� 11..W
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona:.-      Mounl    Royal,   G -''
(i   Honor,ir>  P - ���'���"'
Hon.   sir 1;.  .\.   Drutnmon   p I lenl
E. S. Clouston Vice Pre    lenl   aad   General   M
General banking business transa.   >d.
Branches In all the principal cities  in  Canada, in   London, Etf,
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nnd., and correspondents ia all parts0��|
world.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH G. D. BRYMNEK,
Shingle and Satti
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOI
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C. OCT. 26, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
U
RISING
PLOUR
'THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
LTD
F.   G.   DAWSON, Aoent, 145 Haslinos Street, West, V
ancouver.
Souvenirs of the City;
Goods;
Fine Stationery Etc.
Trains & Steamers
1   P.R.   M \:\   L1XE.
Le ��� ��������� X. '.'.'. 15.10; arr X. \v, 11.35.
Fancy
al.
.40.
C.P.R.  MISSION- BRANCH.
I ���    ,*i   X. SS. 8.3u;  a:   Si atl
Leavi   Si   tth    .      . . ���.   x. w. 1
C I'.lt    WESTMINSTER  JUXi     [ON
!-��� .   ������ X. V,'   S.30, 1".::.".. 15.40, 17.35,
Arrivi   X. vV. 9.35, 11.35, 16..  . IS 10.
J. J. MACKAY & Co.
Booksellers and Stationers
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. V,'. 4.;:, p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., '.',*. & V.
X. V,'. 3 p. m
Lv
Lv. Vancouver S
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
OF
[& T. Dick's Old  Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
Old Country Boot Store
-VANCOUVER
and 9:55 p. m.
5 a.m., and 4 p.m.
PORT GUICHON*.
35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
I.eav��s Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
'Tth, 19th and 20th of each month foi
; Ashousit and  way  points;  leaves Vie.
! toria on the 7, an.l 20, for Quatsino and
way  points.  Leaves  Victoria  on   20th
of each montb for Cape Scott and way
; '  nts including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leav...;  Xew  Westminster  on  Mon
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursday
find   Friday at  2   p.m. and  Saturday
at 2 p. m. witb additional trip on Mon
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 s. m.; Friday at C a. m. additional
121 Columbia Street
New Westminster.
Irthern Pacific
Three
Cans, ontinental
[Trains Daily
Travi i on the Famous
[OKTll (hast LIMITED"
flighted train.   Lew Rates.
Excellent Service.
[York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
|ND AI !. POINTS FAST
.,'.        ''   on sale to all Euro-
Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
'   (�� Southern  California.
a .all on nr write
���''��� General Agent,
���>i ��� Vancouver, B, C,
' H Mll.TliX,
V G.    A
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Ei^lit Trains  Every Dav m the  Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN*  OF  FAME
[THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas'
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.!
, .md   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  witli
i both   electricity   and   gas;   the   must
O. X. R.-
Lv.  X. W. 9
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
S:_5 p it,, and C p. m.
Mondays only.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
; aud . a. m., and every half hour thereafter xVS. 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. wed. Frid. is a.n, ,
From Chwk.  Tu.,  Th.,  Sat.,  7  a.m
Ramona���
From  X. V,'. T.i., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN* RIVER.
, Transfer���
From X. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.
-' i :i . S:   ir lay, 2 p.m,
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 0 a.m.)
Add. iriji Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AXD ISLANDS.
Riibet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m,
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. ni. Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New \v<.stmiDSter
ani Chilliwack.
Secondhand  Mail  Boxe..
The man who was spending :..-
summer vacation in the country v.as
looking quizzically at the mail
boxes in lhe rural postoffice.
"1 diil not know this was such a
large place," he said. "1 iii ught is
had a population cf only abo ii
4,000, Imt tlie mail bos numbers
run much higher than that, are! !
don't suppose every one in town
mil. a box either."
Tlie postmaster peered out of !
little barred vim low.
"I can explain that," ho sa d,
"You sec. the country post'���:.! -es
never pet new boxes, but we have
those left over when the city est,:1'
lishments make over their offi -c
and eet new boxes. Sn ymi see !"'.'���
of country places arc bound to have
high numbered boxes.
"Although our numbers run o\ r
4,000, you won't find any less tin :���
l,(ii"i. Some other country po t-
office drew the lower ones. I n "-
self had rather get tlie big number0
1 for it makes us seem like a bustli ,.'
'little citv."���Washington Post.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at  2  p. m.,  2nd
I ind   16th  of  each  month,  culling  at   or~a"'tj"n." I
! Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
j on second trl;>. Time on arrival and
lepart'ire  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
Agent,
Asst. Gen. Past
ED. GOULET,
New Westminster.
E. J.  COYLE,
Agent, Vancouver.
Parks  For the  Future.
Ono of the many signs of an
awakened civic intelligence is the
way American communities areelab-
iark idea und diversifying their public spaces. Withinabout
a dozen years they have learned that
there may le places where a vacant ! Vancouver	
public square can be put to better   -N>w   Westminster   ..   ..
use even than sodding it down in
greensward.    Thev mrc restive under the slavery of the "Keep Off the j Dawson
Grass" sign.    Thev are not so keen i Calgary
Vancouver  Footballers   Eeaten.
\   ��� legri a .i  .a Berkeley, Cal., an-
:���   in es  thai  th    footl all   team  frum
','.::     iver was defeated there on the
2.th   by  the  University  of California
��� im by a score of 5 to 0.   The defeat
e,' the Cana lian team al Its own game
the  California   college men  came
a- a greal  surprise to the thousands
. 1   eta ors who witnessed the game.
c ilifoi nla  made a  try in the middle
ol   :!..   second  half, ami  then  kicked
.    Bel 1 g a! ;.;  a difficull  angle from
the   :: 1-yard   line,   making   the score
5 to 0.    "File Vancouvei' team  showed
g.eat   speed  in passing the  ball, and
rear the end of the second  half the
Canadians   managed   tc    get   within
three yards of a try, imt on a scrum
California captured the bull and klck-
ed ii back to Uie middle of the field,
'lhe gan:-- ended with the ball in California's   territory   and   the Canadians
rorking hard.
 o	
The Weather.
sin:',' yesterday an ocean low pressure   area  has  spread   Inland   across
the   province,   and   is   causing   high
! winds on tbe straits and a southerly
gale on Ihe coast  and  on  lbe sound.
Heavy rains have again been general
i west of the Cascades.   Rain is report-
led in  Alberta and  fair, mild  weather
eastward to Manitoba. Temperatures:
Min.    Max.
Victoria	
50
4fl
50
Kamloops     46
Atlln     34
ifi
:is
J. W. TROUP,
General Super'ntendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Winnipeg     :!2
Portland     56
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
Seattle, via S'.imas
Sapperton and Mill-
side. No. I	
\ ancouvi r,  No.  i
GN.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seal li
Van. &  ('"ti
.,.' a m.
.45 a.m.
illuminated   train    in   the Victoria
brilliantly
world.     The   equipment   consists  of Las- Bu nab;   ....
private   compartment   cars,   standard Ladner, Steveston,
id   lection   sleepers,   luxurious   dining      (.v
car. reclining chair car?  (seats  free),
modern  day  coaches  and  buffet,  libra-* and   -in,iking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
Via.I.111.
I'..,:. m an a.m.
... i" 30a.m,
1.13 |) m.
6.10 p.m.
i
11.35 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
3 30 p.m.!
2.1 p.m.
D i -' a i.i. i
1.15]
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
us they were to erect statuary, es- ,
planades, terraces and ornamental
fountains in their park areas. Whe*oN^*'  V'"A'U 'hu'"       '"''
nature has arrived at a good effect
in a rot ky ledge, a grove of noble
trees or a rolling meadow, they are
often content to let it alone.���New
York Mail.
i ll p.m. ll.OOi    .
i' I' i: i st.S ," i
ton, Millside and
Coquil am    	
NLEY
'���'. ��� I.
icturer of
>��al Waters, Etc.
Wed Waters,
l'y Tr'"i= a Specialty.
0fri��, Eighth Street,
WES7r.;i,.STERi   B.   C.
'[^CATIONS
WANTED
I further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'.��o Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
BLACKSMITHING.
Van.   and   ::
G.N.R.  !*:, ���     	
Hmbei    ad, T les
and  Fl iii..
::.' " p.i i,
3.30 p.in.
4U." p.m.
11.35
6.00 ���   ' :
11.00 p.m.
12.00 m.     12 10   i
Our work .guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
King Edward's Fast Clocks.
During the season the platform
of tlu1 station fur Sandringham is
now and again occupied by bands
of people who complain angrily that
Ihey are half an hour too soon for
their train. They have not discovered in tune that all the clocks at
Sandringham are kept half an hour
fust. This is a curious fancy which
the king shares with several of Ins
friend-- Lord Pembroke, for instance, whose clucks at Wilton
House are all half nn hour fast. Al
no place, however, is the scheme
carried out more thoroughly than nl
Sandi nghnm, where all the clocks
in tho house, stables and kennels,
and even the church clock, are kept
pjrartt.lv half nn hour fait.���London
59
59
."it;
62
38
20
���10
58
02
7S
Forecast for 21 hours from 5 a.m.
Friday: Lower mainland���Decreasing
winds, mostly cloudy, with occasional
rains: stationary or lower temperature. __
Vessel Ashore���Crew Saved. "
Portland, Ore., Oct. 25.���The local
weather forecast official informs the
Associated Press that the vessel
ashore near the mouth of Columbia
nver is the four-masted British bark
Peter Iredale, bound from Salinas
Cruz, Mexico, to Portland, to load
wheat I'or the United Kingdom. Particulars of the lisaster are lacking.
The crew were all saved.
Th��'   cas.-   Of  Chester   JackSOU   was
again remanded for eight days in the
police conn yesterday morning. Jackson does noi scam lo be unduly worried by lhe serious accusation againsl
him, and spends most of his time read
ing magazines in bis cell.
��� ���
.
Ition   ef   As-
tendenl    of
civet] bj
.  th"
the
19th
A. DUNCAN.
' Itj  Clerk.
Having bough! i il  Ihe Blacksmith-
Ing business of it. H. Benson, I will
he   pleased   tO   -ee   111!   llis  old   CUSt	
ers, as well as :;��� v,  ones,    Horseshoeing a specialty,
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily   trains   (except j (;,
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  Manage'
Vancouver. B. C,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
TIME TABLE
British Columbia  Coast Line
Service.
notice, i
.,   from
(Subject to change winiout
Pi in ess   Beatrice,   Oct,
Vani ouver.
Prin . -s  May.  Xov.   3,  from   Vancouver,
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Van touver daily at l p. m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New vv. .'.minster at 7 a, m.
v...,;,.,. lay and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
CIGARETTES
AT
GAMONS
Columbia  btreet.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pionffv 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 tlie world that ccjual in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
wtiukce & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
nnd dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
i, ivea Vancouver dally excei.t Sat-, Rervjce not obtainable (Jsewhere.
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat-1 H  s  RO\VE. General Agent,
urday at 2:30 p. m.
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
It   is   easy   to   SAY  that
this or that clothing is best.
W
gress
$9
Clothing'
PROVES its superiority by
tlie style, fit, quality of every
garment.
PROGRESS BRAND
CLOTHING
Look for the labelthatprotects, M
H.   L.   de BECK
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily Xews Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
irfices   corner   of    Sixth   arid    Front
fi'reeis, Xew Westminster, II. C.
Managing Director.
J. C. Brown
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
is   the   salt   of    satisfaction    for
all table and household uses.
Absolutely pure, never cakes.
JTVERTISING RATES.
Transiei,.. display advertising, 10
cenrs pp' ,re nonpariel! 1- lines to
the iricb. F_ve r-"_.t- per line tor
entseguent Insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
���'���ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. Xo advertisement taken fcr
;eso than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night   Office    B22
was   wain';   lOt   a   OOOKaeepeV  ui
stenographer, but when the man w!
had  advertised   looked  over  ber  ���
said, "I  believe you'll do for a (Ie:
tive." though astonished, she <!i.i  :
back  out.   She  said  she thoughl
could  1." a detective and  became o
! accordingly, the bravest, nerviest, ir.o
___^_���_^__^___^___^_   resourceful one that ever wore sl.:
' i She has felt tlie ping of a bullet \i
ru. it," who offered  to bring a dozen   ner ear   it cut off a lock of ber h
i i   -wear thai   tbey  did not   see him   Indeed   out even that di I not pre   ���
do it. | her from arresting the man she v.
���o  after.  She tired back at bim and br
bis arm. being an excellent marks'.
IW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE ;
* ���
COMING ���
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st
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The Play That
ie Rf-. rd.
Poor old  Britain;  gone to the bowwows!     One   would   think   so   if   one
Professor   Abby   Shaw   May hew.
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FRIDAY.  OCT. 26.  1906.
man.   Her specialty  is  limiting d >���
deserters frnm the United Slates era
gave  ear to  the  pessimistic  talk of She ha8 found and returned to duty
people  whn  want  to re-introduce, for large  number of  these.   Sin-  is   ve
their own advantage, the evils of pro- modfst and quiet, and it Is of cou
tectlon.    Bui what do the records say? to her advantage to be as little km> ���
Exports and Imports for the first eight) as possible.
months of the  year are  both  about i
thirty-four  millions in excess of the
same period las, year.    No. ,hirty-four      ^ Qf ^ illstnl,,iirs  |n  ������.    h
million  dollars,  mind you, bul   pounds |ca, traln,ng ,���,.������.,������.���, ,������ Wis(.,.,
sterling, or, say. one hundred and sev- university Is Dr, Abby Shaw . Iayh,>
"lily  millions of dollars.    Mosl   of us ivho has opinions of her awn as to tii
would be glad to be "ruined" to thai present   dress   of   women.    I'or   ���_
nine.    The detailed Bgures show, fur- thing, she declares tbey mostly  v
ther, that the largest increase in trade slllJ('s  lv'" Blzea  t0�� 8ma"  ''"' t;''
With  anv   foreign   country   has   heen There is " :!,; "f "'''��� :'":| itu'
...    ,. ,, , chief reason  whv  Biany of ll"- :���
A""   0e���>'   ' "P��rts  to   thai n)ne BCX waIk s; bad,     N,,,
ronniry for 190.   being some $30,000,- ,��� ��� lulM;li,���, walka ui!l, ��� ��� , ,.,.
000 in excess of those for 1904.    lm- lUi, easy carriage.   Uer shoes bun li
pnits from ihe United Slates showed so that she cannol do so.
r��r. Mayhew is strongly against  r!
Henry  W.  Savage  offers
THE
WIDOW
BY GEORGE ADE.
...���ate I forty-four weeks In N
York, six' ien weeks In Chicago,
Boston.   Alwaj
mense and delighte 1 audieni
INDEPENDENT  OPINION.
The  Toronto    .News,   which    lories I a   decrease  of   some   $20,000,000,   but
call Liberal, and Liberals Tory, says:   exports to thai country had increased   '''S1' and tight collars and neck!...
"II    is    difficult      tO     see     oil     what
ground Mr. McBride, of British Columbia, can appeal to the Imperial authorities, li is nol pretended thai the
terms of anion have been violated,
or thai the Province lias any legal
claim upon the federal treasury.
There Is nothing at Issue excepi a
provincial demand for better terms,
based upon provincial necessities, ami
which demand Ottawa In Its discretion may accept or reject. The question is between the provincial and the
federal authorities, between the Province and the Dominion, and the British government would be badly advised io interfere except upon the
joint request of the two governments.
As we have said more than once, we ���
are convinced   that   British   Columbia
about Sni.oou.iiiiii.
Women Who Do
Gail Laughlin, Accountant, C. I-
lege Woman, Lawyer, Agent U. S.
Industrial Commission, Writer
Orator and Woman  Suffragist   ::
I
Among the reports issued by the .
tlonal government's labor departme
i.s an able oue on domestic service,
was prepared by Miss Gail Laug! .
after months of personal Investigati
and study of ber subject. Miss P.-ii:-.
has a far stronger claim to special J lin's career is a remarkable one
financial consideration than any other   showing what an American girl  wl
province In the confederation, but the j Pluek and al,mtJ* <-':l" ,llJ '�� this 1'i:;i-
...        .     . , ,     ,      , . , , opportunitv for woman.    She Is a n
case will not he improved bv Imperial   J '      .  , ' . ,      .,,,.,
���  .,, ��� tive of Maine, educated iii  Portlan
meddling, and Mr. McBride will make   graduated ,-,,������ ���,��� hign ,,.,,������, the,
a mistake If he seek., aid and comfort   she became bookkeeper In a comnif
om side of Canada." j clal firm und in three years made not  i
This  is sound  comm in sense,  as  a
very  Utile consideration  will  show.
women bave worn tor years past.    . .
effeet of them Is partial straugul.il
and injury lo the complexion and h iii
/.'..''CIA WILLIS I'A.MI'Bli.'
People don'l feel tbe beavings of tb
uplift until they get Into the society i
those who are anxious to pay  for tlii1
yo-heave-ho work.
You rarely timi a fellow who basn'l
any load preaching the doctrine of \"-r
den sharing.
A iiundle of wholesome groei;:-.-;-
contains a irood disposition for Severn'
oeopie.
FOUND ��� An English setter hitch.
Owner can have same by proving
ownership. Apply 103 Columbia
street. 197-tf
WANTED ��� A blacksmith for stone
quarry. Apply Gilley Bros., Front
street, Xew  Westminster. 190-tf
Seats   on   sale  Fridaj   mo nil -
Rj ill's Drug Store.
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS, BOQUET3
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A1S1 or address   1th Avenue and 10th Street.
THEY ALL COME BACK
ETfry one who breakfast.-,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, beoause
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
:
We print, as if reached us, a despatch from Victoria, telling of another
wreck on the wesl coast of Vancouver
island. The dlsastei is not, appar
ently, of such a heart-rending nature
as was the wreck of' the Valencia;
still, it is had enough, and might, one
would think, have been kept free from
political animus and misrepresentation. The statement thai work on the
lighthouse bus only jusl commenced
Is a Ila; falsehood. There was a party i
al work there more than three month.-;
ago���lmw much sooner we cannot
say.
-o
Merchants* Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -       -       35 c
12 to - p.m.: 6 to 8 p.m.
Gold Crown and
Bridge Work of
a High Order
Our system of gold crown and bridgi worky
l.cst known to dentistry. We defy contr; liction.'
bridge work made by our system has i everbeeni
passed.   Our bridge and crown expi rl is the e\
salaried dentist in the west.  We have hui    .J
testimonials to prove these statemei I
Our prices are about one-half whal
customed to pay.   They never change.
Bridge Work, per tooth - $5jj
Gold Crowns   -        - - $5j
A Full Set of Teeth - $5J
Gold Fillings   -        - - $1|
AH Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
PRINTING���Lei  us do your printing.
Wi
prices, prompt delivery and com-
iplete satisfaction. The Arrow Press
Front  street.   .Mrs. Dominy, owner
uarantee you  very reasonable  Good Tea_ Coffeei Steaka ,,..,. Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK.
Proprietress"
i The Boston Dentists.!
igg.g  Trapp Block,
Columbia St
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Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Hastings    St.
Remember the Plact
West,   Vancouvi
W. R. Gilley, 'fhone 1-2-2.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Premier McBride was due to arrive
In Vancouver last night on the de-
/layed train. In another column we
print a Province "special," evidently
from the same hand which wrote a
"special" on ih" subjeel for yesterday's News-Advertiser. As we predicted some days ago, these greeting
of the premier are advertised as spon-j table grll and good health.  Sho i ���
taneous outbursts of popular  feeling,   college course at   Wollosley,  then I
irrespective  of   politics,     The   public   law course at  Cornell university,
i in  believe as much  or as little of
the "irrespective of  politics"  pari   a
they please; bul  il Is significant  thai
the spontaneous o itb irst3 were t are-
fully planned In advance.
CA1L, LAUOHLIN.
mistake In her work.    She has ahv.i;
had her own way to make in the w  rl
but she has always made it  and d
what she  most  aspired  to'do  Pesi..
This is largely because of her 1ml ..
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents U. 0. tottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
,
FOR LADIES" AND CHILDRI]
WOOLLEN AND
KNITTED UNDERWEAI
    GO TO   	
THE WHITE HOU!
A.  J.   BIRTCH,   267 ColumbiaShj
The  Times   ha    nol tid   If  II
thinks in itish Col mi da  ought   to   ic
11 pi   $1, ,000   and   i: II   the  aci  un
are.   Colonist.
Will 'ii" Col mist pletu     I ������ a  III '
���i on   careful?    Its  Im loved i o laborer
in N'ew Wesl mln -        eel ire.   lha
Ihe Times onl.,   ui   all  Liberals, at
Rayln    lusl whal ll     Coloi Isi declui
we do nol say.   II  happens that  the
Colonist is telling ��� he truth, while the
Columbian is doing tl ther thing:
bul ihai la a de all;   The i ninl Is thai
If   ihe Conservative   papers   _ i   on
pel i Ing deeper an i deeper Into a maze
o f contradictions on the "better
terms" matter, Ihe public will hnd
��� hem o il before he. can pull off the
election,
the law class she became note,] .-
speaker,   so   much   s i   thai   she   '
chosen a member of the c dl 'go tie
Ing team to c impete with the pi ���!:
orators of the University of  Pe
venln,     Cornell   defeated   tlie   Pe
thai year,    .Miss Laughlin was a
mnn suffrage enthusiast from tlie sl
and  so in tiller being admitted   : i
bur she attenileil  oi f  the o n<
lions of Ilie National American Wo:
Suffrage uh  icltitlon In Wu .   igto
llrerlng nu address on "Women  \\
Earners."   Colonel i lark of lhe Pni:
States indi;(trial commit.Ion hoard i
address nnd secured  the _rii!  oi n
services  i i Investlg ite the condi
of domestic service in America nn I
port ou ihem iii the laimr department
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
Graco   Brennemann,   Telephone
Lineman.
Iii an Ohio town a Mr. Brennemm
hail charge of a rural telephone cir i .
that Included 200 calls, [io worki
very  hard   I .  keep  poles,   wires,   h
and   i elvers   In   order   and   rep i
fuses,    lie had  lo he pole climber llll
electrician both,    Ills daughter Gra -
meantime had charge of "central" .
their home, bui Mr. Brennemann i .
Maple Leaf Rubbers
.re the r.-.ost satisfactory brand .'cr
both de2ler and v.esrsr in tn is province.
They possess .11 the cjood qualities
of material, style, fit, finish and durability characteristic cf tl-e best Rubbers, and are more serviceable und.r
Western   climatic   conditions.
Ask your dealer for
A il :.  or two ago we printed a story
al mn the invasion of suburban home,
by Hindu beggars, who demanded food 111 of nervous prostration nnd could in
and acted In a manner which fright- Sel out of bed,   Then Ornce, tn I.e.;
ecel   ihe  women and   children   in  lhe tne business in the family, look hla n-
house.    The Btorj   was given on  the **f ��b .��? .""'i ����� "boulders.  ;:
,,.,... ,.        , , did not wish to do it, but there wa3 i
authorltj  o   a citizen o   good stand- ,,,i ,,    Q    ,.   ,
oilier way.   she practiced climbing ;.
Ing and  reputation   whose home had telephone pole  back  of the  bam  n
been visited In the manner described, home   before  she   ventured   forth   I
Yesterday the Columbian, anxious no tackle others.    .Now  she does  every
doubl io join Us Tor.,  co-laborer, the thing her father used to do quite .,
News-Advertiser, as a champion of the well ns he did and does not break down
cause of cheap labor, contradicts the undor " el ''
story, and  gives as lis authority thi
facl   thai   a certain   ret I lent   of   Bur
"'���'''���v   hM   '""   ll"""   annoyed by the      S),ni��� v,,lrs flg0 ,, detectIvo ageucJ|
Hindus,   This reminds us of the man hl Philadelphia advertised for a "clev-
convicted  of  some   crime  mi   the  evi- er girl."    Edith   King,  aged   eighteen j
dence of two witnesses who "saw him i prwyorei1, the call.   She supposed she'
Edith King, Detective.
v\ c h;p, c a good sele<
please VOU.
ii. and the | 'ices
\V,.i
Vi    I
SELUNG AGENTS
Vancouver, B. C.
eLeaf
Rcibbei
j. Leckie Co., Ltd.
<>ur Grocery Stock is * I way
Adams &  Deans
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
Wc don t charge extra  ror it-
contracts show that we arc n,;:
thorough   in   ever:
workmanship and mat
HARDMAN & BRYS
bEE US BEFORE YOU LET YOUR WORK
detail   Ot
erial. OCT.
THE DAIL\  NEWS
THE
las&rvaBprv-v*
i
ASH STORE i
Local News Briefly Told
-  ���   - .... flowers   the       itograph  t>f the  In lian   _ b ise
s '���.' -1 dtf       I wa. floating in        I' as .
eginning ie we
Ine of the bra 11 hai  he  . as
. sitive    hal   the  photo   was
Sum :.-  Billy's son, and as be
Issing, and  the last  thing  heard
���  him was that he was oul on a
... i .. . '- -"���' *-:'" ' ' " :;"' other si le of
.     :
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- of th
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:. Tue ida
The   R   S    Rl he     u
.estei la      .      ie last tim        Is s ia-
son   an.     ... ;hi   a   mix   I  cargo    ii
general  I .������   I in Use.
The
I i ve c a
-���"il A itll       a
boon     f shi for the
it ������ .   Lum ler C
Vic,  j    to Van     iver or
.!���> an ..in- ,.     ���,     ti
������  san     .:.  Neu   \\ est m .. it      :'. ,:n
197 -
.  a
a      back
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P. To i i for the same
Th          council will mi
.   .-. ad il .i    l_
.. K ml
.������:.    y Aid. S ' -
0 wl ng -
Carnan n
���   enl -1.;.
the ra
101
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the river, il is posslbl ��� that il was his
which  was   bui ie i   In   the   pot's fleld on Tues i-i j .
a i invplalnt ha - I een made for the
I ���-��� few weeks by the Vancouver peo-
: li   . h i a ��� ronize the *eeklj  market
tl ���     ie B   C   E. R  i'o. Is nol provld-
>   Ing sufficient car- In the early morn-
ln:  to  handle  the crow \  thai   travels
'���I  buj    th ���   faimers'    produce.
I ��� la;  a lai ge numbei of people
ompelle I   to  stan i   luring  the
v bol ��� joui ne.   fr mi   Vancouver,  and
the gene al o dnl in   il I he passeng -rs
was thai If thej could nol   ravel over
lu  ������   In   .��� imp irative   comfort,   they
would    cease    I       ome    over,    which
.   ���    ;   tn-- in   .-   considerabl     loss   to
bis   city,  and    he;     loped   tha      be
R  C. s.   R. Co. will  see its wa    i le tr
'���   '     pul    ���:    ...   spe   al   cai     i    Fri lay
:.   rnings.
���    .
irl  is I     A   :,a ......     ol   the  dee; esi   rl; e
linst tra ���' '     "   luced at I;..  opt i a house last
MORE NEW SUITINGS
The   .    :    it
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I   .
''i.i    illn
��� alone  In   ready-to-weai   gi    Is   is   our   premier   position  a I-
We're showing everj da;       ���  finest   range  ol   Dress  Goods
���  been broughl to New   Westmii .ter.   Sn ith - Cash Store
to stay,    The position  :    i  in    ���    ipiea   las I n readied by
desirable merchandise a'  i   id fail     rices, and to continue In
,    reniii    place aow occupied  I     right g     Is must be here for sale.
To-day we announce  the a1,  ,-a    il  - rer;  attractive suitings
Panneau" cloth, specia ible fo     hirtwaisl suits, in
navy, myrtle, cardinal and  grey.    Vlso a line of shrunk suit-
nown   as "Kashmera"  for taili ilts ,in navy, royal, hunt-
een .md brown.   And a  line   ol   all-wool  French  Vicuna   suit-
i   t]   due, myrtle, seal, wine,    ia   gre     til fawn, 12 Inches
al 75c.
.   Kashmeras are   18 Inches wide al $1.00.
���   Panneaus are 46 inche- wide al St .CO.
municipality.
evening    The ploi of the remarks i e
sl   ry,     Vs  Toi 1  In   the   Hills,"  reeks
'   with  ni  -'������-;,.  murdi :. killing, a
is,   gun   shot -.   knife  thi usts   an 1
the   pari  of
e','���:.> ine    connecte 1    with   the   plot.
_e   Everyone In  the cas   was In danger
in tn
���������-i ined a
���"   hal       ��� Iti   ' -a.,- es   on
MODERN   MILLINERY
Distinctive  and  original���on   millinery  ls  In  a  ch is  by  Itself.
.���: STYLES���as Impossible to.loc:; ie them as I   paint the leaves
er.   Thej arc the very   styles   you   want    whether  you   be
. ,.. tall or short, slim   cr  stout,   with  abundant   tresses  or
The hal to suii  j ou Is he   ���
ind New York have       :. lavish this season with their hat
eai   picture  hats, per   little toques, sma     ready-to-wears
tbly adapied  to the p - tilar   .-. inter vei
order left  In oif? mlilifte :���   roorfvs will be filled in a eatis-
irj manner, and your bill  v. I   nol  be at  all Our ready-to-
for ladies and misses, .    i   iattei n ha i ch dei sl   I i
I, and are quite reasonablj   price j
. n's Ready-to-Wear Hats, 75c to $3.75.
Ready-to-Wear Hats, $1.25 to$8.50.
Pattern  Hals, $7.75 tO  $22.50.
AS  A   TRADE   TQMC
���i.i- week placed In  sl ick ���'..������ ���   1   :en N ������������   V uk Trim-
ol  the very latest m id !-.    Kn twins  tha    out   cu il m ei -
eciate the   newest   of  ever thing, we ai    alv i       ti the alert . i
i new thing.
-  -    Include sniarl   White  Fell  Shapes, Tartan Ti mmed Tu.-
.-. Velve-  Toques, Silk Strapped Sailors, etc.    Plentj  from which
ind every one priced _o low thai you can'' do betteV.   You
well to see them.
Ie ?w#���
1'' ��� �����   ��� #v$r  Jf
���' .* fE ��
��� ���- w-y-m
���'������   i ��$ r,
Si_.-5_.li_.
Thi   Fi a- .   .   - mm       v 11
(civ., a suppl     -      ��� i1  ���       moi aing
thai ought ' ��� ' at    isiness  il ng   ' ' tppearance  of
for some time. A scow containing
230 tons of coal ia to ' i tai en . i is
b.   the tug M ignet,
Ezra Davis, of i lleveland, Ohio, one
[he ������-' !��� ". iwn man igers of large
clothing establishments In the east,
arrived In the citj j esterda i on the
delayed C.P.R express to take charge
of an I   manage  the    jreat   re taction
The physicians al the Royal Columbian hospital have heen compelled to
amputate James  Hay's  injured   foot.
sale now being carried on a  the West-  The young man was injured  al   Mis-
minster Clothing  Co.'s establlshmeat.  sion  Junction   i   couple  of  days ago
198-1   when attempting to board  a moving
freight  train which  was conveying a
The hearing      t he application >:' N. ���
,'ellsoi .cord on a sl re ru  in
South V :!.- ��� uv ���    has be in     isi lone I
until Government  Agenl C, C. Fisher
ran go out an i Investig ite i   nditi ms
���; ere     It  has been  state I thai    ir is-
: a tors ire Injuring the watei s  if the
in   on which the recor I Is applied
,- the usi    ��� chemic .Is of i dele-
ms chai acter.
carload of .-.toe1 which was in Mr.
Hay's charge t i the terminus. By
some misadventure Mr. Haj .lipped
an i the ears p issed over his fool
aboul the Instep, crushing it very
seriously. He was broughl to the
Royal Columbian hospital, where the
surgeons made a strenuous effort to
save the Injured  foot, bul afterwards
decided thai  nothing  bul amputation
A couple of special life bell   stands   would   meet   the n Is  of   the  case.
have ... .. ,|ved at the ('.P.N.-va-��� .The affair is a somewhat pitiful one
bouse : ��� last nation on the passen- The young man had (ourneyed to the
ger steamer Beaver The stands will coasl with a view to unking his hon;"
be placi i in such positions as to be here. He Is'onlv 19 years of age and
readllj avalla I. In anj emergency, stands over six feet high. He has
the lifi '���- . in be extricated from 'll'-'n ":" amputation of his fool very
the stan Is with i il the slightest seriously
chance   ol tdventure.     The   II  i  ��	
ell   are        u       "   -'��� sten   pla ed
under  the seats i      id      ���    le
mighl have In getting tl
out.
Nomina.intj Convention.
A   nominating convention to  se i   '
.    can lid.ite   to   contest   Dewdne;    In
the Liberal   Interesl   will   be  held   a*
���-.   In the ell     Mission on Monday. Not   5, upon the
on tr     - '    Identify arrival of the wesl boun i lr
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish ls what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is tr o these two qualities In every article bought an.l sold. Oar
tl.00 ,:ga back dining chair possesses these In marked degree���
they an; excellent value. Our 13.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker la
a leader and Is a wluner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 Is one
of the best   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl Block.
Telephone 73.
MEN'S FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR
C    leath  times   withoul   number,  but
the
hero at   the   critical   momenl   always
saved   their   lives.     As   it   turned   out,
only one man was kille i. ihis one. of
course, being the villain of the piece.
Two cases of breai hi - of the      ice   The acting was of the usual melodra-
were called In    ��� -   ollce yester-   tuatic type, and no one ould be sin-
a     :      lii      Dan  Shaw   being   fined   gied   oul   for   special   mention.    The
$2.50 and cos     ���>   having celebrated   number of  vacant   seats  at   the   per-
fhe   drowning i    glorious  thirst,   fnrmanee may be safely taken us an
:.- Hea ej  escape! a stall-   indication thai  the New Westminster
lai  flm   ml;   ij  forfeiting $5 bail. people are getting satiated with ihis
killing business, and nexl week's performance will certainly be a welcome
change,
Penman's   Natural   Shirts and   Drawers,
$1.25 the garment, all sizes.
Stanfield's Light Weight, all sizes, $1.25
the garment.
The heavier Stanfield's Goods, $1.75 and
$2.00 the garment.
The  heavy ribbed Stanfield's $1.25   and
$1.50 the garment.
Penman's  Blue Tail, all sizes, $1.25 the
garment.
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW WESTMINSTER
FOR 20th CENTURY BRAND CLOTHING
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
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On the merit of their performances alone are
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construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
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consequently comfortable watchc ...
(    heir efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
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THE MANLY MAN looks all the better If he has a
,. < odclothes setting.
Even the very ordinary figure is wonderfully improved and set off to the greatest advantage by properly tailored clothes.
Our clothing is made according to our exacting
specifications, that is why it is superior to most ready-
for-service garments.
Drop in and try on some of these suits and overcoats. That is the best way to size up the hang, style
and fit of the garments.
We have the Progress Brand, Piccadilly Brand, W.
R. Johnston's, .John Northway & Sons, and 20th Century Brands of Clothing and Overcoats in stock and
arriving.
New Neckwear constantly arriving.
We mark our goods in plain figures. Ours is a
one-priced store.
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STORE FOR NATTY DRESSERS
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FRIDAY   OCT.
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Humor mc Philosophy
B.   DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
PERT   PARAGRAPHS.
Thi re mav be some tilings happier
than a boy Unit's in swimming, but L.
Is not acquainted with them.
A good appetite is a great prompter
of industry and imagination.
When a woman is a teal artist she
Iias ti good complexion.
Keeping fhe mouth shut is an oc-
compilsbmeni that few people appreciate tinii fewer possess.
Self effacement is the first law of
popularity.
Life is made up of small trifles and
big hills.
Few men are di af when comfort
makes a plea to Dem.
A Btraighl man gets a hard wrench
when he tries cro iked paths.
When tunes go onl of fashion there
will be some great singers.
Summer separations are frequently
followed by winter reparations.
There are some people who real];
seem to enjoy paying their debts.
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The Higher Life.
1
When the Inventor patient
i
lias made his patent wings
And Rylng Is as common
j
As n.any other things,
When man, the plodding earthworm,
Into fi bird has grown,
Then the Missouri doubter
Will own he has been shown.
1     ;
The simple village maiden
Who goes to keep a date
Wlll -ill to you in passing,
"Say. arc my wings on straight?"
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The youth with little foresight
Who puts his wings in soak
Will have io take the trolley
Or walk when he is broke.
When the impatient lover
Says. "Fly with me, my dear."
!
The girl  will answer sadly,
"My wings are out of gear."
Ar.d If that dots not stop him
She'll have to coldly say:
"My wings ar,  In the wash, sir.
I cannot go today."
The slugger al   his victim
Will fly into the ring
And while the crowd is. cheering
Will biff htm in the wing.
And when a man ls naughty
And to his m< anness clings
Instead of putting him in jail
We'll simply clip his wings.
Abbreviated Costume.
"Is she iu the social swim?"
"I  shouhl judge so by her bathing
costume."
Modern Ballooning.
There is no reason why ballooning
should not become as popular a sport
ln America as it Is In Europe. We bave
Just as good air and jusl as much of it
over this country as can lie found ovi :
any of the countries of the old world,
nnd while we do not bave as mnu.i
church steeples on which to alight, then
are in seme parts of the country a
plentiful supply of usage orange hedges,
whicli make a fairly good substitute.
Of course we do uot have such a
vast and aggravating proportion of Idle
rich, whiep appears to be a necessity
for ballooning, as ihey are the only
ones wiih the time nnd the money t<
engage in lhe spun.
However. I Iiu I is fl handicap that nia\
be overcome. If _ nee one can show us
bow to make money navigating the ah
we will drop our other work and take
to ballooning as naturally as lh iugh
we bad been born four miles above
datum..
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Te. "itory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $lc per acre for soft coal
and $-'o for anthracite. Not more
than .-t-'o acre, can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on thc gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certmente is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to  capital.
A free miner, having discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notice?, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
the  claim  each  year or paid  to  the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at !
S1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister   of   the    Interior   to   locate j
claims containing iron and mica, also i
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an'
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The   patent   for  a  mining  location ;
shall  provide   for  the  payment  of  a
Royalty of ._'.  per.  cent, of the  .ales
of the' products  of  the  location.
PLACER MIXING���Manitoba and
the  N.  W.  T.,  excepting the Yukon)
Territory: Placer mining claims gen-1
erally  nre  iro  feet  square,  entry  fee
$5, renewable yearly.     On the North
Saskatchewan  River claims are either j
bar  or  bench,   the   former  being   100
ieet long and extending between high
and low water mark.     The latter includes bar digging5, but extends back
to the base   01" the  hill  or bank, not
exceeding   icoo   feet.      Where   steam
power  is  used  claim;   joo  feet  wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a urm of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
ct"  the   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first y.ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line v
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
-hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking _
claim must hold a free, miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-1
put on which no royalty shail bf 1
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from thej
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except i
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The  lessee  shall have  a  dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles j
but where a  person or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one !
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-1
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
per annum for    each    mi'e    of river
leased.     Royalty  at the  rate  of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it  exceeds Sin.000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river,
below low water mark, that boun-,
dary to be fixed by its position on thej
1st day of August in the year of the!
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years I
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,;
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and!
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same c.eek, gti'.ch or river, by
giving  notice  and  paying  a  fee
PROFESSIONAL
HITESIDE &  EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia   street,   New   Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solici-
"* tor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce build
ing, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster, Money to
loan.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms "1 to "4, 445 Granville street. J _seph Martin, K. C, .-.
W. Weait, W. ti. McQuarrie, H. A.
bourne. Mr. Martin wijl be In th3
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster.   A. Whealler, P.O. Bos
GEORGE B. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicito
an 1 Notary Public, In pra. tice sini e
1893 at Mew Westminster. B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block, Clark-
sun street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Mux 169.   Telephone 04.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each mouth.
Quartfc/ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Wh^e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m.. in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON  LODGE, .'0. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in enc*! month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are .'ordially invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY. No. 459
It. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. ni., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meels in Orange ha'll first and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I, 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hull, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
.lially invited ti attend. A. P. ilalla-
day, N'.o.; w. ('. Coatham, Rec. Bee.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend,
Lodge room, A. 6. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block', Clarkson Street, C.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
\Y
must   be   done   on   a   claim
each year I" the v,.!tte of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Ilcrths on their sleepers are longer,'
higher and wider than in similar cars ���
on any other line. They protect j
their trains by the Block System.
Thc boundaries  of a claim may be;
defined absolutely by having a survey.
made   and   publishing   notices   in   the
Yukon  Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Do-1
minion Lands in Manitoba, the North- j
west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting fori
petroleum,  and  the minister may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of  1920 acres for]
such   period   as   he  may  decide,  the |
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.    Should the pros-
pector   discover   oil   in   paying   quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an  area not  1 xceeding 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 $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as maybe specified by Order in Council.
W. W, CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dept. Interior. '
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. Sailed Rose Degree meets Second nnd
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of p. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. in., White Roso Degree, Fourlh
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brelhren
cordially Invited. E, B. Siinch-
combe, Pres., 11. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
��� Meets the Fourlh Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, In the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. It. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.8808,
A. O. F��� The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
ut 8 p. ni. in lhe Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordiul.v invited to attend. ... C. Firth, C. R.J
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM-I
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock ji. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordlallv invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown.
Sec.
SON- OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on tho First and
Third Tuesday of every month *n
K. of p, Hall, John McNlven,
Chief; J, J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Annual
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach  Corny
Limited
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
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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. 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.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate,
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company=
Limited
STRE**!
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   ^SSmSS^ lDAy. OCT. 26. 1906.
iPROTT - SHAW!
BUSfNESS INSTITUTE    '
LAND KEGISTRY ACI
THE   DAILY  INEzWS
^^    limited   ^^^^
St. W . Vancouver.
G   igg and Pitman
j. legraphy and En-
li-'.
Seven Teachers
forty-Five   Typewriters
aj;\TS ALWAY3   IN   DEMAND.
R. J. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
Be South Pa L
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A of li
the a
the Brum I i   Sa n I         iny, Lini-
���   Ited Llabil     . on ol N'o
vem ter, 1906, unle is in the mean
a  rail i objection tl i made to
I I ine in writing persoi
claiming an esi ite or I '< resl therein,
��� in any pari I hei   i
(.'. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles.
I. in I   Registry   Office, New  West-
j   minster, B.C., Oct. 1 I, 1906.
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E.   J.   COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
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NOTICE.
! Great Northern Ry.
j    Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE V. '-���<
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily ! N'EW Dally
Leave WESTMINSTER Arrive
_ :_0 amfilaine, Belling- ..CO pin
. :35 pm ham      Burllng-|9:55pm
Iton,   Mt.   Ver-I
jnon,     Everett
Seattle       aud
{Portland.
4:35 pm Spokane,      SL]3:00 pm
,1'aul    and    all]
points  East.
..20 am|Anacortes,        |3:00 pm
IWoolley,    andj
iRockport.
.',.���' i pm Vancouver        j.:20 am
9:55 pm j4:35 pm
Lv. New Westminster tor
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guichon
6  p.  m..   Monday,  Wednesday,
Friday.
v: 1"  a   :n   ar. from Gul
:   . i _.. m. i.v. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily O.-erland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, D .. ith, Chicago, St.
Louis an I all East.
Foi complete information,
rates, bertU reservation, etc.,
call >n or    I !:��� is,
!���*. C.  MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, Ii. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Sec ind Avenue and Columbia Sl.. Seattle, Wash.
TIMBER  NOTICES.
NotlCi .:\.-ii    :  .
al   .    : ��� in   ..I  ' < ������.    .
Chiel    (      tnissioner   of   Lands   and
VA oi..    for a lii ens i to     il  an I
tim    r     om      ���  following
;. i lomn at > I   n
SA*. M.' S.E Corn -. inted on
n irth ik ol the Kll lala i iver a
two miles   ip from u   ith,   run
ning a ���    i low s:  10 ch ��� in.s north, 160
. ns west, 11 chains south, 160
i ii tins e isi to . ilni oi c immem .������
ment, containing 640 ai res, more or
.'���-'���
L >cate 1 Augusl 27, 19 ������>.
2. Commencing al a post marked
W. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
Canada's
Monster
Crop
Tl          ...             .
ada  in  quail             .-..  .   . u
Nevi r ti      i ha      .      i huge      ip of
oal n safel;   :. irveste I.  ; ever before bas tii'.-   quail        u so  go i i.
THE BRACKMAN ��� KER MILLING
CO.'S buyers and elevators all over
Western Cana la bave sec ired the
pick of this wonderful crop of finest
north bank of the Kildala river, about   "a's- ;m;' ;' f.he new and
EAST INDIANS ERECT
PERMANENT BUILDING
Hindu  Colony at  Millsiae   is  Going  In
Extensively  for   House
Euilding,
two mile., up from tiie mouth, running
as follows: lu chains north, 12. chains
east, 80 chains -oath, 10 chains west,   int.ojhe  famou
10    bains north, 80 west to point of
immencement, containing 640 acres,
. .. e oi les -.
Located Aug isi 27, 1906.
3. i '��� mmencing al a post marl e I
W. .M.'s N.E i lorn r, pi inted on the
north bank of the Kll lala river, tboul
Ave and a h il�� miles up the river
fr im ��� be moul... r inning a - follows:
10 chains south, 160 .hain west, 10
chains norl h, 160 chain east to point
of commencement, c mtaining 610
u res, : lore or less.
Located Aug is! 26, 190 i.
_. Commencing ai a post ma ��� I
W. M.'s N.W. Comer, plante I on
m : th bank of the Kildala i Iver, i i il
five an 1 a h ill miles ip the rl .er from
��� he mouth, running a - fell iw s: 160
chains east, 40 chains south', 160
i bains west, 10 ch iin- north to pi n
powerful  machine..   In their various
mills, have quickly transformed them
^^^^^^^      B.   &   K.     ROLLED
OATS.   Every grocer has now a stock
..   B 	
from thla -.-asm'.- wonderful crop
This la practlcall. dlrecl from the hai
,-esl Bel i to your    re ikfasl I ibi -.
The Sikhs an I Punj ibees  who a e
|employed  al   Millside have  made up
heir  mind   that   they have  come to
I stay,    and   In anticipation  of a prolonged residence in this province, they
are erecting  a  number of  buildings
close to the Fraser  River mills, and
are discussing plans for the building
of   several   more.    The   lust  building
for  which i have  been   prepared
is a commodious boarding house, 160
by 70 feet, two storeys high, and fully
modern.    The  contract  has   been let
I iiiuu.iu.     i ne   conuraci   lias   been  let
4   K.    ROLLED    OATS   milled   t0  Ml.ss,.K.   parker  &   svm,._  ,,���. s.,,m,
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES
FLOUR.
sealed Tenders ���..     . i ��� in-
i   oi   Pen!   :.......   Ottawa,'
and en lorsed "Tende -    foi     Fl iur,"
. ���  received   until  M in I...  22n 1
, October, in dusive, fr .v, parti is destr-
: intaining   Gtu
tl e citj.
Columbia bt.
Havin      dd out the   iie <���;,   and re-
_e delivered    promptly to -tny business,   we  will carry  on  the
isim      exclu .ively in the
', and will carry a 1 ill  stock ol
.erything ii      lat line that is to be
���   .!. ! In a  first-class i hop.
j! mse  ������'��� Iring   ��11    ie promptly at-
i'Phone 185.       Hum Vfione 137   tonded  t0'   ;i" '   !,i:   Prices   on  ever>*
��� g -.. ill I e fotin ! as low as those ol
: any   other      isiness  i mcern   of  'his
kind on the (oa st.
ht and Heavy Hauling
'S DRY DOCK
T. MOWBRAY
; of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street 	
Nch Westminster, B. C.        HB ��� ^-^��^^
i kinds of ship repair Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
^^^^ While Hogs
FOR   SALE
:ip and Scow   Building
ecialty.
stimates   promptly fur-
ied.
VV. E. EMERSON
|S;DENCE���24 Eighth street, New
��� nster, B.C.
Purchase Notice
N'otice is here      ;iven tha
���>��� i inti .. I applj ing to the
i'1 r-:' C ���.. nei of :. i;. Is ind
Woi ., ii   ia ��������� th i
fellowii      a a situated  a
the i      tl Kildxla rh er, I' las!
C mmi :. : - a' a , ist :. a
fed W. M.'s N. K iurner planted >.
���i.a south bank or' the Kildala '.iver
ai the mouth, running as follows: 10
chains south, 40 chains wes', tn
chains n irth to the shore line, thence
fi How li a shore line to place of com-
n encement, containing 16 acres more
��� ��� ��� less.
_ug. 27, 1906.
Locator, W   MOODY,
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent,
0 ���������   24,   1906.
Y" ing       ��������� I n    si    k   nf prize-win-
.:,,"  mini iJs.   i 'i me and see or write
telephone.
VV. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Tele ih me .1 175.
of    commem emenl.
more       !'--is.|^^^^^^^^^^_
Located A igusl 27, 1906
5. Commencing   il       posi   marked
W.  M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
south bank or" the KII lala ami. aboul
j oue mile from I mth of the river, i
r inning as foil iv> - .0 i bains south,
80 chains west, SO chains north to the
shore line, thence following shoreline
'.i point of commencement, containing
ii l'i acres, mor ���   ;' less.
Located August 27, 1906. I	
ii. Commencing   at  a   post marked   on application
V.'. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the   Penitentiaries.
; east bank of the   Dala   river, about
, ten  chains  easterly from the  mouth,
: running   as   follows:   40  chains east,
4>i   chains   north.   40   chains  east,   SO
chains north to "he river, thence following   river  to  point   of commencement, containing 640  acres, more or
less.
Located August 27. 1906.
(Locator.!   WILLIAM   MOODY,
pei Frank Vandall, Agent,
Oct. 1, 1906.
���:- o   contrai  Ing  : ir the supply of
flour for twelve months ending 31sl
���' tober, 1907, foi the ui iei ra inti med
pi nitentlaries, uamel; :
Kingston Penitentiary.
St. Vim ��� nl de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentl iry,
Manitoba Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary,
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton, Alberta.
Forms of tender and Information as
to form of contract  will be furnished
> ���   ���   ,Var lens of the
DOUGLAS STEAVART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department of .Justice,
Ottawa, October Sth, 1906,
Grand Trunk Ry. BURNABY CORPORATION
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson UL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
contractors who arc building the
mosque at Millside, and who have already bulll over a dozen houses for
the side use of the Easl Indian Immigrants.
The   boarding   h mse   �� i:i  ha\    a
large  dining  room,   two   dormitoi ea
and a commodious sitting room ��lie e
the si],lis may congr sgate an I disc iss
Canadian  polities   after   their   day's,
work Is over.   It is Intended to pro-
\ Ide a supply of magazines and b i
printed In Hindustani ror the edification   of   the   swarthj   sons  of  India.'
���| be  furniture  will  be as closel;   as
possible a L-oy.  ������' thai used In their
native  land, an i   Ihfs  trill   be  In all
senses   a   home   from   home    to the
faithful  follow,���: - of "... prophe .
Rats!
The  local  dealers in  Hour anil feed
and the various steamboats are complaining of a sudden and  unaccountable  Invasion ol   rats.    The   troublesome   rodents   are   some of   them  of
enormous size and are ver;   saucy.   A
night watchman on one of the steamboats which visits this porl from time
to time claims to have heen ai tacked
one nighl very recently by a bunch of
the   hungry    vermin,   who  evidently
thoughl  his toes looked good to eat,
'.]r had   to  arm himself with  a  good-
sized   oordwood   stick   and   literally
chase  them  out of the  room.    Even
then  if he chanced  to doze  off  for a
i w moments, the rats returned to the
charge as cheeky a.s ever.    In one of
the local feed warehouses a big white
cal was seen with a rat  under each
paw  almost  as big as herself,  while
she made frantic efforts to grab another rodent  which was threatening
her tall.
 o-
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
tter Iron Works g c Monu-aj ^       Hamilton Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
|i-.aAI.  M.V'HIM..   a.m,   _;n_-.NE
WOKK.
HP SMITHING. tmi_-li__ and
rRUCTURAL  [RON     VVUKK.
1 '" '      Iron   worn,   including
*s, Gates, Kire Escapes, etc.
��� and correspondence ln
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STK____T. Write for prices.
|VVestinlnster, e. o. 474.] New  Westminster.  B.  C.
importer  and  manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI-
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W,  VA.X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 .Adams St.. Chicago, 111,
Sale of Lands by Public Auction
Uy order of the Council, the Collector will offer for sale by auction
on Saturday. Octobei 20, at . o'clock
in the afternoon (sharp . at the Municipal Hall, the residue of the properties not disposed of at the recent sale
by  tender.
They comprise two subdivisions In
District Un 30, 120 subdivisions (In
9 blocks) in District Lot 53, and 55
subdivisions in District Lot 91.
Indefeasible title, Deeds at purchasers' cos'. List and conditions of
sale may be obtained from
II   G.  WALK Kit.
C. M. C. and C illector, Bos 34, New
Wesl minster,
Municipal Hall, Oct l. 1906,
^^^^^^^   ^H������
AT THE   H6TELS.       " -'$'
rail   route   between   all J    ^^^L Mf'  Th��mSOn*   T&��
..   .    -       IPearsell, c.   p, Gans,   H.  K.  Custie,
Vancouver.
The only all ^^^^^^^^^^^^
points east, west and south to Ross
land, 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 diily for Republic.
ISutYet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
IOOI.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.2$ p.m Rossland  4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m  Nelson  0.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Colonial���W. R. Pullings, Vancouver: C. O. Douglas. Toronto; E. M.
Cameron. Cloverdale.
Windsor���M. N*. Martin and wife,
Mission; Smith Turner. N'ew- York;
Mrs. O. L. Marston. Port Moody; F.
E Hughes. Juneaux; H. Jensen, Steveston; Alex. Ritchie, Whonnock; C.
Warner, Seattle; J. K. McGregor. J.
H Huedan, Aldergrove; R. CummingS
and son, Langley; S. S. Lighthouse,
Des Moines; t. Llddale,Whitney,Ont.
 0	
The recent heavy rains have caused
the river bank to cave near the
C'.P.N, wharf. A number of holes
have resulted which .ivi- decidedly
dangerous to both pedestrians and
horses.
PAYS
WHEN THE RIGHT MEDIUMS ARE USED
n New Westminster
- mini���N-M��,_mn'i>f ''V
VY/HEN a woman goes shopping
she always looks at the latest
paper for Bargains, no matter what
she has seen before. THE DAILY
NEWS reaches her in the morning
and from those columns she makes
up her mind.
he Daily News is thc Profitable Medium
���������������������������������������>������������������������
"The Early Bird Catches
The Worm."
It Is the Only Morning Paper
Business men get in line and
display your goods. IT WILL PAY
YOU AND PAY YOU WELL.
��� s
THE DAILY   NEWS
FRIDAY, OCT.*
Hi!
i
WHERE TO BUY YOUR PROVISIONS ^
AND HAVE A TASTY MEAL
Prime Pork Sausages and Select Head Cheese
Smoked Halibut Select Kippers
Smoked Salmon
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for lhis column should bi addressed, "Social Editor, Daily News, P.O.
Box Hi-', New Westminster."
Economy! NEW DRESS TWEEDS
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN       COMFORTABLE       CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
I-I. BELYEA & CO
Telephone    150.
....CALL ON....
T.A-Muir &o.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.  - ��� - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
For Chi
Columbian College Notes.
The faculty ol* Columbian college
has its official heart gladdened by the
gieat influx of students this year a.s
compared with all previous years.
The attendance at the present iinie
ic fifty per cen;. in excess of that at
the same date last year. There are
now 153 names enrolled on the book
anil sis mere are due to arrive next
week. The college finances are also
;.-��� a healthy condition, and if tilings
continue as at present, it will soon be
necessary to still further enlarge its
borders. A very large number of students will in all prohability arrive in
January for the Easter term, and they
will be compelled to seek for sleeping accommodation outside.
The Misses White, of Vancouver,
and Mr. A. Devereaux, of Ladner, are
expected to arrive al Uie college in
the course of a few days to be enrolled among the list of students of
lbs institution.
The students are laying elaborate
plans for the masquerade conversazione which is to be held on All Hallow
h'en. The members of the Epworth
league have been invited to attend the
gathering,
.Next Sunday will be College Sunday at the Queen's avenue Methodist
church. The students will attend the
services in a body and will occupy
���'. ��� specially reserved for them.
iiu morning service will be conduct-
e ' by lhe pastor of the church, Rev.
\\. H. Barraclough, while Rev. Dr.
Si] pre]], ; rincipal of the college, will
pi' ach in lhe evening.
This evening tlie resident students
of the college will lie the guests of
Dr. and Mrs. Drew.
Tlie college football and basket ball
teams are doing good work on the
campus, and hope to make a good
showing in the various contests
throughout the season.
Fire Chief Watson and Captain Ac-
kermen wenl on on a duck shooting
expedition yesterday.
Nigel Brock, manager of ihe Westminster Abbey Concert company, was
in the ciiy yesterday making arrangements  with  the  B.  C.  E. R. company
for the running of a special car from
lhis ciiy to Vancouver on the occasion of the performance of his company ihere on Monday evening.
Police and Five Chief Dick, of
X'aiih Vancouver, was in the city yes-
I terday and visited the police nation
' and lire halls. Ue returned heme
; during the evening.
11. ('. McDonald, Indian agenl, wenl
to Chilliwack yesterday en official
business,
A most enjoyable time was spenl in
the Queen's avenue Methodist church
last i veiling, when the men,lers gl th-
ered together ani entertained the pastor at a welcoming reception in honor
ai llis return from his summer holi-
: vs. A programme of choice music
was rendered by the choir an 1 refreshments weie served. The pastor
-ave a most interesting address < a
impressions received while in attendance at the Methodist general conference at  Montreal.
Dr. White will  return to-day to his
heme al   Nelson.
i
.1. Grieves, formerly of Pilot Mound,
Manitoba, has purchased a house and
eight lots on Sixth street,
.1. Douglas, of Vancouver, was in
the city yesterday bidding good-bye
ta a number oi* his old acquaintances,
lie will move to southern California
with his family in the very near future.
.1. Rickmann, of Toronto, who has
been visiting al Banff for the past two
months, recuperating after a severe
attack of typhoid fever, was in the
city yesterday, the guest of T. Hogarth, of Thirteenth street. Mr. Hickman will spend a few weeks at Victoria, and will then proceed to Los
Angeles, Cal., for the winter months.
Alfred H. .Johnston has returned
from a mosl enjoyable holiday trip.
Hi left this city nearly Iwo months
ago for Winnipeg in company with
.1. .1. Johnston, whom he piloted safel.
'.< the borders of the sea of matrimony. As soon as he saw his esteemed brother safely in charge oi a
good substitute, he struck out for
j iresh fields and pastures new. He
visited Toronto, Montreal and other
eastern centres; then he crossed the
border and visited a number of the
American cities, including New York.
Chicago. Boston, Los Angeles and the
ruined San Francisco. He says that
he had a  swell  time and   feels  fit.
Mrs. F. W. Reid returned to this
city on last night's (!. N. 11 flyer,
after a short visit to friends at Bellingham.
Mrs. Davidson gave a delightful
euchre party yesterday afternoon in
honor of Miss Davidson, of Shawni-
gan Lake. The first prize was won
In Mrs. McColl and the lone hand
prize by Miss Grace Courbould, while
the consolation prize went to Mrs. j.
P Hampton Dole. Among those present were Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs. Hole, Mrs.
T, .1.  Armstrong,  Mrs.   Brymner, Mrs..
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$9999***9*19*999********
argent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an   economical
addition  to any
kitchen,    lt saves
. time  and   lessens
^W* I j!       1 a I' 0 r j and thus
" ""*    "        economizes    th e
housekeeper's time
and   strength.
With it many
attractive and
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
if it were not for the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread,
crackers, etc. It does r.ot mash,
squeeze, tear or grir.d, but chops
the food as you want it���fine,coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchcr. complete
without it.
L
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
Some new arrivals these���what
. we have been waiting* for���and they
just till up our showing ofjFall  Costumes.    Lengths to a nicely.
Shades of Grey, Green, Brown
and Navy and of the newest designs,
on display today for the first time.
The Suit'length each $9.00
Some More New Coats By Express
^sa^
ma
AND
Gl
ass ware
TRY
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
1-2 Mile From R.R.
Station, Port Hammond
Twelve  acres   (black  soil  with clay
subsoil),    nearly    all    cleared.    Good
fruit trees.    Good  roads.    Creek  runs I
through    land.     Six-roomed    dwelling
and good  outbuildings.
PRICE���$2200.
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia  St.
Phone 85.
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS���it is impossible to exaggerate the
future possibilities of this Lulu Island land as an
investment. Our words and phrases may seem
exaggerated to many, but the only way you can
fully appreciate this property is to allow us to
show you over it.
FIVE ACRES
Will keep a horse, cow and poultry, besides producing a crop of $1000.00 annually.
ONE CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND.
$175
SECURES ONE OF THESE LOTS.
N. B.   Come in to-day���the choicest selections are
being taken.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Insurance Loans Real Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New  Westminster,  Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
Beattie, Mrs. De Wolf Smith, Mrs.
J. C. Armstrong, Mrs. Voungling, Mrs
.I Stilwell Clute, Mrs. Holt, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Malins, Mrs. Creighton,Mrs.
Payne, Mrs. Hill, Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs.
Lewis, Mrs. Graeme, Mrs. Fowler,
Mrs. Wolfenden, Mrs. McDonald, Mrs.
Diamond, Mrs. Hannington, Mrs. l-:.
M. \*. Woods. Mrs. Charleson, Mrs.
Worsfold, Mrs. Rand, Miss Cotton,
Miss Armstrong, Miss Corbould, Miss
Alma Corbould, Miss Clair.' Corbould,
Miss Preese, Miss Brymner, Miss McColl, Miss Charleson, Miss Wright and
Mis-- Martin.
Little Miss Mary Keary had a birthday yesterday, which she celebrated
bj entertaining a number of ber young
friends in the afternoon. There were
present MiJs Molly Holt, Miss Gertrude Gaynor, Miss .Nona McKenzie,
Miss Drew, Master Watson Jones,
Miss Noel Armstrong, Miss isa McDonald, Miss Mary Malins Miss Clara
Malins. Miss Evelyn Malins. M:s^
Beatrice McDonald, Miss DeBeck,
Miss Peggy Gordon and others.
 o	
Quail  and  Pheasants.
A flock of about tu quail was scon
yesterday near Mead's property on
Lulu island, and another large flock
was recently sihted between Langley
and Otter. These are the flrsl flocks
of quail to be scon In this province,
and in order to give the birds a
chance to Increase and multiply, they
Bhould not i'i- killed for some years
.<��� come.
An interesting story of how iln��
fl -��� quail ami pheasants came to be
introduced in British Columbia was
told ti a Daily Xews man recently by
Aid. Henley, who is one of tlw best
inform! 1 sportsmen In this city, About
eighl years ago two pairs of California quail were turned hose al Esquimau by Dr. Foster, ami eventually
these birds made their way to the
mainland, where they increased in
such numbers thai In a few years they
will provide good sport for the aspiring Nimrods.
The flrsl pheasants seen In Iiriiish
Columbia were imported by Mr.
Thompson, of Victoria, about thirty
years ago. Four pairs of birds were
brought out from England in a Hud-
Bon's nay ship called the Prince Rupert, and these birds were kepi for
si me time in an aviary at the ndimr-
aV_ house al Esquimalt. One nighl
Mr. Thompson's dogs broke Into the
aviaiv ami the birds escaped Into the
darkness, Once al liberty, they In-
a" .-aal in numl ers in a remarkably
Bhorl space or time, until pheasants
were as plentiful on Vancouver island
aa i n any nobleman's preserves In the
eld country,
On the mainland a number of birds
vi re Imported by the Ladner dun
el ih, ol whicli Mi. Henley was ��
member, A membership fee of ._
was charged, an l with the monev real-
I������( |, al oul eighty pairs of birds were
Imported, These were distributed at
Ladner. Woodwards Landing, Point
I!: berts, Hast Delta and several other
places. The birds were Immune from
the deadly guns for a number of years
until they had become sufficiently nu-
men -is to allow them to become target -��� for the sportsmen,
Only ten coaN In thl���  lot.    11  If   ' ai :   to   obtain   m
manufacturers are so  busy.    These  late arrivals are    mn       ��� ;.
those women  who have been waiting   for   an   up-to-dati        ���  ; .   ..
i leasing selection amongst these.
Prices���$10.75, $12.50 to $2(1
s.a- oui lan    show win l< w ���
��  ol  thesi
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
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FURNITURE
_; A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
V
UNDERTAKING   A    SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
!���!   716 and 718 ColumbiaTSt.    Four'Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Stre
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Vancouver Investor!
Still Favor Property on Columbia Street,
New  Westminster.
We control the sab-of several ol   the  best   business  sites In    ���   'I
Full sized bus. 132 feel de. p. with G6  feel  frontage on both Colui       I
Fronl str s, Improved or otherwise, and particularly adapted to wl  ������ I
business requirements.    Bettei  buy now and ,uret full benefit from tl    -'-1
market. .
Malins, Coulthard & Co.]
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B.I
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������������������������������H
Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stutions will ran every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to U p
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars win
run from Centra! Park tu
Vancouver only.
City   Limits  Line    :-'���:,, ,
6 I", a iu. in 11  j, ni.
^   20 Minute Service��� NO transfer.
Between 12 and _ and 6 and 7.
I
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II
30 Minute Service diirln? ���(���jl
malnder or day. Transfer ��H
Leopold Place. jl
Sunday   Service   half-hourly 1*11
tweet, s a. in. and 10 p. ""-II
tl
City and Sapperton.        jl
Sapperton Line���la Minute MJ
vice,  except   between  l_ a*1
2, and 5 ami h during wH'��
Vours   the   Bervn a  wi" w���
half-hourly. i
Sunday  Service   nalf-hourl.J*|
tween S a. m. Bnd '��� P- ffl' J
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co..M|
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Natur.l Question,
"He is an artist for art's Rake."
"What advertising company does he
work for?"
Cautious Reply.
"Is he res; oetnble?"
"Well, he has never been found out '
Easy.
"What made him marry for money''
"I.ack of money."
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and SIM
Straw Cutter, Grain Grin*
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above J
ines include Fleury's, Cocksn
and Dick's makes.
lest Am.ng Sports.
Thc fli   ih in ni t to the swift.
Regard lesii ot bis hasti.
Bin in the nifty gentleman
dn whom ib��. ticis are placed.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited

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