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lOLUME 1. NUMBER 187
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY
VIORNIN ..OCTOBER 12. 1906.
io CENTS PER WEEK
BVEIRA GETS AWAY
WITH MANY MILLIONS
a Banker Disappears on Steamer Carmeiia  But   Is
Not There When Looked For���Disappearance
Causes Great Excitement.
cei*
... Oct. ll Cablegram to
. ...a Id were -��� nt il
the   authoritlei   I ��� 111 .
��� Man h i   Sllvelra, the   Ha-
. -   a a i Is accused ol  hav-
... li!i more  'han  $15,-
'. ising great i xc-iie-
���  .    It waa aa::' tn ed
thai   Sllvelra   It   nol on
t< ami    I larmella, on which
sailed from Ha .ana.
, ���   ��� be present   where-
the CarmeJa  was  known,
��� ��� |i -'illation of the other
:i which it Is said Sllvelra
nun   Havana   has   I e< n   di -
Nelson ('romweii, oi Crom-
::.  coin.el   fnr  the   re-
���   . Ilos (fc Co., to-day stated
that  the mone;   taken    ���  Sllvelra In-
. le i $600,1  which he 1    . ��� . I< i ti ;
trom the Cuban goi   anient on trea*
urj warrant .
('e;,alius an I oth<     vere he ivj purchasers of these wi ti nl -. �� hli h wen
ied  !'i  veterans after the close   if
I he Spanish- _mei b an war.
A cable received from Beola to laj
indicates ihat the total amounl allegi .1
to have been taki n iv is one million.
Last Bunch for Cuba.
Newport, Va., Oct. 11.���The last
troops of the flrsl Cuban expedition
embarked to-day cm Ihe transporl Zel-
ladi. The command consisted of the
headquarters band and second nnd
third squadrons of the llth cavalry,
under command < ( Colonel Thorns.
WHO FOULED THE NEST?
IS THE QUESTION
TO ANSWER
Columbian   Butts  Into   Moral Policy
With Poor Grace, Distorted Facts
and Bad Logic.
A GIT A TION SPREADS
IN NEWFOUNDLAND
Cabinet Considers Policy of Pronouncemt Against Modus
Vivendi    Fish Merchants Adopt   Resolutions
Opposition Blames Premier.
En STOKMS RAGE
IN EASTERN COUNTRY
McQUARRIE CATCHES
MAYOR'S COMPLAINT
Fruit   Growers   Lose   Heavily,
d Man  Freezes to Death
��� m   Ohio.
^���aJl*-
Oct.  11. ���The heavy     :<������ ..
ch sel In last night has con-
ir sine.    The Niagara  dis-
i.i! a fall ol fully six inchi b,
:��� suii   thai   telephone and
���.vires   are   down   iu   ail   di-
Frull   growers  of   Niagara
lord  state thai   theli   losses
thousands.
: 0 lo, Oct. I1.���The storm
in     '���    to-day, heavy snow
adily.
��� -���   65 yi ars of age, waa
��� ���ti to death In his home  to-
lone.
. Oct. ll.���All recorda
n ���  al ire In October since
lished  in   1871   were broken
ien the mercury dropped lo
ion, Vt, Oct. 11.���Following
a lasted 48 hours, Uie
he season fell here to-
i!  brisk squall  which
'ime.
it OF SHOT KILLS
IE WIFE OF A FARMER
lly    Crime    is    Committed     by
prother-in-Law   of   Mrs.
Ira  E. Wood.
ers,
lers
Ut
���   .   Mass.,   Oct   11��� A   spe-
I ��� h g i am  from  Winchen-
:.'. Wood, wifi   i f a  tai mer
. hen Ion, near Templeton
il   In    the   lace    at    nix
light, dying In ten mlnuti -
���    ,'. a .   tired   thro Igh
.   ia    a. ,  sti Iking Mrs.
-  erlfl   Roi erl   Call Lhan  of
has  -��� nt oui word to ar-
'���'���a   i,  a   brother   oi the
i I,   on  the charge oi
He has also notified District
0.    I.    Tafl    and    ihe   state
Does    Not   Understand    New   Millside
Route, and Has Nothing to Say
for   Publication.
���This road to Millside via the Blue
Mountain road is something entirely
new  lo me,"  said  Local Manager Mc-
'.. larrie, Of the B, C E. U. Co., yesterday afternoon  to a  Dally  News reporter, who called upon him to ascertain
what his  views  wer.   in   connection
; with the line proposed bj Nels Nelson
lai the board of trade meeting the pre-
; vioas night.
"1 do no; exact!, understand tbe
route that Mr, Nelson wants us to
follow. Of course, i; he wishes to
make that proposition to us, we siiail
Lii ten to him, bul I would not like, to
sa) that the line will i'e built. Like
my friend Mayor Keary, I nave nothing io say for publication."
Has this new road i ver been under
consideration by your company, Mr.
McQuarrie?" enquin I the reporter,
wisely ignoring thi "not for publication" gag.
Nn, i don't think !l has." replied
the local manager. "The liali* a mile
ol extra road thai would have to ne
constructed, together >vi;h the corresponding heavy ex|a nse, seems to be a
light mailer with the public meeting
committee, bul this company has to
consider all these things. However, i
cannot say anything definite, and any
Information you want you will have to
get from headquarters, because 1 havi
nothing to say for publication."
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Governor-General  at Indian   Head.
Indian    Head.   Oct.   11.���The   gover-
uor-general and \ arty arrived here todaj  and received a most cordial welcome   from   citizens.    His exoeUancj
was entertained al luncheon al the experimental  farm, aftei   which  a civic
address   of   welct me   and   addressi b
iMun representative organizations were
: resented before a great throng in thi
opera house.   Earl Grey made a mosl
���   IcitOUS reply, and at the conclusion
ol  the ceremony the vici regal pai
li fi In .ni'es for File iiii'-. where si _
eral days will I e spenl chicken sh". t-
Ing.    Th.- earl will rejoin Lady Gre.
ai  Winnipeg Sunday.
The Colum Ian, which has remained   neighbor's nest?   Yet that is what thel
a   silent on the gambling question as   Columbian did only a Bhorl  time
Vl'-   ll     Keai,.    lil NTs.l'i-..   ever  in the case of the town of Stevi   ton
Inei   his  bluff  was  called,  raise]  its       Bul   \V.   li.    Keary,   I.H.N.T.S F.P., I
head a little ..esterday al ernoon and   v.as not mayor ol Steveston.
gave utterance to a policy on the live      Whal  corporation lined the pockets
local question of to-day, as well as on   o!   the Columbian  recently, and   whal
public morals in geni ral.
We reproduce the Columbian's
i:. ws, not in the hope thai any one
1 I our n aders \\ i IJ be influenced by
them, bul In the hope that the Columbian will, by >.. own fruits, become
known for what ii is worth as a
moulder of public opinion. The Co-
I imbian says:
That it is "a dirty bird that fouls
iti. own nest'' is a well-worn adage,
bul the quotation is particularly applicable to the set of knockers who to
gratify private spite are publishing as
far as a wide distribution of free
copies will permit thai New Westminster Is the haunt of vice during
fair week, and that the violators of
the law have been operating under
the sanction of the chief magistrate
of the city. The insinuation is as contemptible as it is untrue, but, while
ia cognized at home as vindictive malice, the reiterated reports and lnuen-
does are like-h to do great harm to
the reputation of New Westminster
abroad, and to advertise this us I
good  place to stay away from.
There Is gambling in New Westmlnsti r, jusl as there is gambling and
kindred violation of law In ever
place ttbe.t'e men congregate iu large
uumi.e:-. Public opinion decrees that
them should nol be- absolute enforce-
menl of certain laws, and the police
:.< in. the servants of the public,carry
out whal ihey believe to he the desire
i. tin people who employ them. We
do not say this In apology tor gambling or other form of vice; for
ourselves we would be glad tc. see
rigid suppression of games of chance
in pulilic- places. Bul the men most
to be blamed for the violation of the
law In this respeci are those who seek
i,ui the games and participate in
them, rather tl an ' ������ pi lice, who. seeing the example -��� ��� bo m my who
are looked ti] on as the leaders or
public sentiment In the community,
consider that they are nol derelict in
their duty when they permit the
. inies so freely participated in by
their employers to remain undis-
turbi I.
One would think thai there was
onlj    ��� ne     i dice    commissioner,    to
Ige  from  the  vicious attacks upon
the  mayor In this conm ctlon     It  Is
hy that the meeting of tbe eon.
missloners .esterdaj was not open to
he  press.   No   .   i       Mayor Ki n
eagm iln   to him  on
a lon ���'��� il  thi ���   do nol  shirk
any of the responsibility attaching to
; ns much as to him for tie gov-
nt of the force.
an -. VLI.. Oc!    II.- The eabi
llll      tO-lllghl    In   i ..aside]   1 he   ad
.   pollcj   nt   pronounce
in a        tins!   the   mod u    \ Ivendl   be
Iwei n the British and  American g"v
��� i nnients relative   to the   Newfound
land Ashing grounds,
Lea ling fish merchants also mei to
nighl and adopted resolution adverse
��� i ��� he modus vlvendl.
i he organ of i he opposition blames
I a. premier for t he whole trouble, de
i lai mg thai the people of thi - colony
do nol want iii quarrel with Amerl
i .no. bui the premier is forcing the
fight to obtain revenge upon American
fishermen because bis reciprocity project   was blocked.
Official circles deny the statements
api .airing in the  Lon Ion despatch to
iln effect thai Newfoundland will nol
consent to an equitable compromise
��� a the fiaberj question. Tbey insist
thai ibe modus vlvendl is absolutely
Irrevocable in   thai   II   allows  Anieri
rail-   In   hire  e.aonisl  I,   wlliell   l_  a   rail
cession exceeding their treaty rights
and one wholly unwarranted,
Murderer Recaptured.
Middb town, Conn.. Ocl I I. The in
si ne authorities received word from
New York thai William Tucker, the
Hartford wife murderer, who succeeded n escaping yesterday, had been
captured In New fork. One ol the
asylum authorities left for New York
ihis afternoon for the purpose of
I ringing the prisoner back.
had i his to do with the recent forma
tlon of a questionable alliance between the Columbian and W. ll.
Keary.  I.H.N.T.S.F.P.?
I_et Mr. Buntzen answer this question.
Did the police of New Westminster
carry out. during fair week, what they
believed to be the desire of the people
H ho  employ  them?
If they believe thai the police commission employs them without regard
to the public in general, they evident-
I." did. "I carried out my Instructions," says Chief Mcintosh. "1 did
not sc_a any gambling because I had
order's not to see It," Is the Btatement
voluntarily made to the Daily News
bj one of the chief's men.
The Columbian has evidently forgotten the oaths Of office that these men
take, how they _ demnly swear to do
their best to (Select crime and put it
down In a lawful manner.
���One would tbihk there was only
one commissioner," says the Columbian.
Nol ai all; ami most emphatically
the Daily News says let all responsible tatoe their share of the blame.
On this question of its righi to go
i . headquarters the Daily News has
disagreed with the Columbian before,
li Is because W. II. Keary is mayor
of New Westminster, chairman of the
board of police commissioners, and
chairman of the board ol license commissioners, that be looms so large
when the place to lay the responsibility is looked  for.
The Columbian knows, and Mr.
Keary knows, that Mr. Keary is iu
direct control of the' police depart
ment, and so long as he is present, he
has the right that no oni else enjoys
of giving Instructions to the chief of
police withoul consulting his fellow
commissioners.
To say that all this i.s done to gratify private spite is to _ imi; thai no
possible fault can be found with ihe
policy of doing It The Daily News
is aware that many other motives
have been imputed 'n it by people who
would like i" screen Mayor Keary and
bush the cry for Investigation.
Turn on j our bi ari hlighi - and i mi
sidelights, The News i- here '���> stay
with the fighi.
The  disinterested   ri - LalrilM ���   of
. li. do am qui ���'i ii motl .< i.
Tbe News has ��� hal ��� a up the touli -i
ii.   ��� in u hich ile- Colun   Ian clu   ���
ni -���!'��� ' ontente l! ���. an I I i   ���      till
lii- discon enl I squaw . Bei ei
; i b ive ll shaken up an I obliterated,
even II the I Solum ilan   lo s suff. i   li ���
nflture,
IANBRY LOSES MINO EMPRESSES TRAVEL
THROUGH EXPOSURE       IN REMARKABLE TIME
Believes   He   Will    Be   Taken   to
Mountain to  be Crucified.
'Do vou see those hands.' To-morrow morning tbey will take me out
upon tho mountain and crucify me,
I have done no harm. I am lhe ton of
Sir Wilfrid Laurier, and yet the. will
crucify me."
Driven crazy by exposure and lack
of nourishment, Philomlque Landry
last nighl spent the weary hours tossing on one of the bunks al the police
station, where he bad been taken for
a night's lodging, and watching for
the first streak of the day which he
firmly believed to Pe tfae last one lie
was to spend on Ibis earth. Thai hi-
was to ne crucified this morning was
the only remark that lie could be induced to maki-, aud his terror-stricken
face, as he plteously begged to be
saved from bis enemies, was pitiable
ia. behold.
Landry was discovered yesti rdaj
afternoon by C. C. Dunn, a teamster,
who noticed lhe man creeping Into his
stables near the jail. He questioned
the man, but as Landry is a French
man and only speaks broken English,
Dunn could make nothing out of him
He finally sought the assistance of A.
L. Lavery, who. after a few minutes'
conversation with the man, came to
the conclusion) thai h*> was crazy, and
tenk steps to have him placed in datekeeping for the nighi. It was to Mr.
Lavery that he confided his fear of
being crucified In the morning, and he
implored bini to come lo his assistance. Landry was only released from
police custody on Thursday morning,
having been apprehended al Sapper
ton on Wednesday on a charge of being insane, but as he appeared to be
rpiiic rational in the morning, li" was
allowed liis liberty.
Fair    Weather   and   Stormy   Weather
Are Alike to C.P.R. Atlantic  Steamships.
Montreal, Oct. II.���The remarkable
regularity in erasing the Atlantic by
the C, P. l( Empresses is Instanced
in the last voyages of Lotli these
steamships, The Empress of Ireland
left Liverpool on the evening of
Friday, Sept. 21, and passed Point.
Amour (Inside the Straits of Belle
Isle) at 12.60 p.m. on the following
Wednesday.
The   Empress   of   Britain,   which
b It    Liverpool   lasi     Friday    evening,
passed the same point the Wednesday
fallowing at 12:10 p. m, showing Iimt
even   the   variable   weather   to   which
these   vessels  had   been   subjected on
these   two   trips   has   pr Helically    no'
interfered   with   Iheir   clock-worklil
sailing  qualities, as on   the  Iwo Ur
Band miles travelled there la a dii"
ence of only  forty  minutes  In  t
limes.
TRAIN CREWS KILLED
IN HEAD-ON COLLISIli
IV. i _ understanding   of   Orders   Results
in Five Deaths on Union
Pacific Railway.
Cheyenne, Wyo., Oct. ll.���Five men
were killed In a head-on freight collision on the I'liinn Pacific near Laramie lasi login.
The ib-ad are: Engineers Frank
Strong and .lohn Murray, Firemen
Wen: rom and Kelley and llrnkonian
Meyers,
The collision was caused by the misunderstanding of orders. The engines
of both wains were demolished, an I
���. oa crews wi re Instantly killed.
Distinguished  Ficjhter Dies.
Toronto,i Oct.  11,    Francis Norman,
late of the northwest mounted polii e,
die I   here  this  morning,    He   servi .
for many year    v. ith  di. Unci lon,
���a active meml er of the force al
the time "f He rebellion of 1885. Hi:
������ Ifi wiio was Mi. a E. White, of St.
Thomas, .- urvlves,
iooner Strikes Shoal
And Goes To Bottom
0
50U
.500
.300
501
,503
���- Nf] 1.. Oct.  11.���The fishier  Julia  struck a  shoal  in
[rlver during a gale last night
down.    Four   hands   were
hui the captain succeeded in
the    shore.      The    fishing
l;" "a   Is  missing,  and   it   is
:; !  her crew have  I e< n
(sealing steamer Adventure,
��� ��� Vig. 3, conveying Ma-
ll>'. Canadian governor of Hud-
'���''��� 15 Northwest police and
��� Canadian governmenl
' "��� " ' irned to-day, a mi nth
overdue. The delay was caused by
stormy weather, which delayed progress in unloading at Forts Fullerton
and Churchill. The vessel was forced
to bring back 210 ton- of coal which
sh" was unable to discharge,
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Horrible Death.
Lawrence, Mass, Oct. 11.���The body
of Timothy O'Brien, a furnace tender,
v.as discovered la'" to-day partly
i asti i and with the clothing burned
' ff, in the cupola if a bl. I fui i ice al
Hi" works of the- Ham! lei Machine
Co,
Who fouled tin- nest?
itii!'. Quann, of Vancouver, and hla
retinue     of     professional   gambling
a-   -, "bo. ters" and "tin horns."
Who permitted the nest to be
:    red?
w. il. Keary, I H.N.T.s Fl'., mayor
i f th. cltj ol New Westminster, chairman oi' the board of police commis-
sioners, chairman of the board of license commissioners, and one nr iwo
other tilings.
Who rested contentedly in the
fc ib-d nest.'
Tin- Columbian.
Who squawked a protest when the
Investigation order waa called for?
The Columbian.
And these in.- the facts and this is
��� b.. logic of the
If  from  the Columbian'*   point
view an exposal-.��� of crookedness and
rottenness is fouling .  nest, la it not
then  a  me_n snl:c that wi'! foul its
Not   Liked  in   Rome.
Rom.-. <ici    n     [|    i.   stated  bere
that the attitude tai en bj   Irchbishop
Howie    In '��� aa' tlon with the Anglo-
American na tlu   ������ Ivendl on the New-
i   nd ind    I tit! inn    is not
meeting  with  favot   al   ' In-  vaMcan. il
a Idi ��� I  an unwarranted In-
���  ��� ���       ;       tlcal  _tfairs,
VICE-PRtSIDENT'S SON
ELOPES WITH NELLIE
Sir Wilfrid Insists That
All Questions Be Settled
Young   Fairbanks   Runs   Away    With
Bweeaheart  Against   His
Father's  Wishes.
Steubenville, Pa., oet. 11. ��� Announcement is made here that Fred-
"I'd. Cole j'ai; banks, son of the vice-
I resident of the United States, eloped
!;om Plmsburg wilh Nellie Sei:'. and
coming here, they were man ied. it
In stated that the vh e president ob-
ji i ted to the marriage. The bi Ide la
a daughter of a prominent ea ; Ida
resl b nt of Pinisburg.
Ottawa, Oct, 11.���The premiers atti nding the Inter-provincial conference  were  not   In  a  communicative
mood at the end of to-day's session.
Sir Wilfrid Laurier did not attend the
afternoon session,    it Is .stated that
Sir Wilfrid Is averse to leaving any
of the questions at issue unsettled,
and .has agreed to a liberal increase
Ol subsidy, but this must he uceom-
iled by clearing the decks of all
matters in dispute. It was this pro-
pi sal which was under discussion this
afternoon, and the decision will be un-.
��� ���'��� '     .. the premier to-morrow.
ft I Ihai all bul one of the
n "ii- :.-. iepresenting one
of the okles! provinces, have agreed
��� . Sir Wilfrid's proposition,
Veterans Reject Reform.
Washington, DC, Oct. 11��� At a
ibi:.! business session of the united
Spanish war veterans, a joint, installation of officers for the organization
and the ladies' auxiliary took place.
The suggestion that the simplified
method of spelling be used was re-
stlcally unanimously.
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. THE   DAILY  NEWS
FRIDAY, OCT
,���,,.
MA.CR LOOKS HAPPIER
OCT REFUSES TO TALK
His  Worship  Again  Demonstrates His
Right   to   tne   Degree   cf
I.H.N.T.S.F.P.
"I ha .e noi hing to say for 1 1 di-
cation."
This was the answer to questions
pul to Mayor kearj ... a News reportei j-esterdaj afternoon. The mayor
looked happier tb.au had been the case
for the past few days, and was willing to talk on other matters, but
when it came to the gambling scandal
his lips were seale s !:������ absolutelj
refused to answer any question, there
being no variation In iii.- answers.
Tin", were all the same. "I have
nothing for publication," was what he
said.
The maj'or would noi s tj whether
the ie,.inter wo lid be nee le 1 at the
Invi Igatlon n hii h he state 1 a few
day.- ago would Hi   was evi-
dent!., of the 0] Ini n tha be had Bpo-
ia .. 10 much i . ��� ! bave nothing  for  publicatii :..    Tii il   is  a 1  I'll
'���'.. hi is . no! see-
ill.- ..... : ali." en ��� ... '��������� 1 . r,
rt :e.a.... 0 th .:. . lenl a! the pari
on   T ,- - ;... .    \ a n th : laj   .   ha i
���'-     .        )   by    :!.������   - .    a:, i   left
. 1 kSS . News :.. 1. -.\ astlng his time
I.i : he outer ol fi
"This ia the tinu    .. a n  I  :'��������� I like
a . a. when y re an witnessi _
1 ��� .ud.    It   isn'i   safe to  speak  to a
oi ter alone." w;,. the sarcastic reply.
"Speaking in front of witnesses will
-ait me very we:;, Mr, Keary. Have
you satisfied j-ourself thai gambling
was in progress ! tsl week?"
Hut   the   mayor   only   used   his   pel
sentence once more���"[ have nulling'
to say for publication."
And. turning his back on the scribe,
In   resumed  a conversation with the
city clerk.
mayor's surname happened through a
[Ed. Note���The small "k" for the
mayor's surname happened through a
mistake on the reporter's typewriting
machine. The striking fitness of 'j
restrained the elitor from making a
change.]
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Another  for   Mr.   Keary.
To lhe Editor of the Daily News:
Sir.���So the News has succeeded al
last in publicly exposing Mayor Keary.
The expose was hardly necessary to
those who at ali know Mr. Keary.
liis shameful effrontery in pretending
at first that he knew nothing of gambling going on in the hotels during
exhil ition wee:., 'hat he doubted the
.IT h    ��� ihe report, that he would not
er it gambling, .: . etc., etc., ad
nausea: 1. is very characteristic of the
ti :. .\ pretty chairman of the police
commissioners   aud   license   commis-
ni . - in any case.
Gambling wa- allowed 'ais year to
nameless degree. Las- year, what
little gambling the .��� w 1- was carried
���..a on the quiet, with th greatesl precaution, in spi',j of what Chief Mo-
Intosh may say to serve his master's
i trpose. Vancou .ei ct ks, whohard-
..   dare  to   s!. ... . -.- '.-������   in  the
Terminal City, ow ������    here last
s . t.    to   openlj      1    rate    gambling
ta  Ii _.-   in certain  :. itels,  v. here even
j  ung boys of !���::.; it    ars of age
up were flee    I of 1 heir m 1. j
Manj a thoughtless la I fr mi tie- coun-
losi his li'",. all i:. a few minutes,
.    erwar !- ha [to   101 row m inej
to 1      ex] en ������-   This .  u se than rob-
���>   ... isl   have      ������:. all iwed  by the
olic ���.    .���:   the   virtuo is  chairman  of
1 lice commissioners, Mr. Keary,
: . v\ nothing of it.
Ii Is certainly time m Investigation
������ a '. el I, There I - .-. a worse curse
1 ���   civilization th ...  gambling,
yet New Westminster, or those few
��� h 1 bol 1 a S:-:].. . :������: a il hority, sanction her visitors to be waylaid and
1 ��� bi I bj borrowe I -t:^ [< this the
- ime Mr. Kearj who paraded his virtue la-t -nm::..- v lieu he attacked
some of the ci';. hotels for their immorality? Ves, the san..' then and
���he same now. He should have the
tb 1'iiey to keep more in the hack-
ground, ami me flaunt bis vicarious
virtue before a nauseated public.
Mr. Keary may make a good enough
exhibition manager in some respects,
bui he should no- make such a "show"
i'-' himself. Has Mr. Keary forgotten
already the pen picture of himself
some time since published in the Columbian? He should buy a back number of tin' paper and re-read it.
Oct. 11, 1906. R. C.
 o	
Benevolent   Work.
The Benevolent association of New
Westminster held a meeting in thc.
i oard ot' trade rooms yesterday after-
noon, when routine business was
transacted. The accounts of the as-
gi 1 lation up to date were approved
an 1 passe 1 Those present at the
: a 1 ting were: Mrs. P sarce in the
chair,  Mrs.   San    ��� n,   Mi -.   Feeney,
SITES
TIME TO THINK OF "WET
WFATHER" REQUIREMENTS
Selections are now at their best--Prices at the lowest
qualities up to our usual high standard of excellence-)
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Mens Showerproof Coats, $7 to $25
Boys' Showerproof Coats, $6 to $7
Men s Rubber Coats, $3.50 to $6
Boys' Rubber Coats $3, all sizes
Umbrellas Oil Clothing
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobf
Clothaer
4
Mrs. Tupper, treasurer, and the secretary, \V. A. Duncan. Tiie attendance
was limited, owing to the unfavorable
weather, and the members presenl
lust managed to form a quorum.
Cases in Chambers.
Ai chambers conducted yesterday
forenoon by the Hon. W, Norman
Bole, the case of Raymond vs. Kennedy was lirought forward, Mr. Pet-
man appearing for the plaintiff. An
application was made for leave to
move to set aside judgment. Leave
v.as granted to move on Oct. 22 at 11
a.m.
An Injunction was granted restraining the provincial governmenl from
trespassing on Morrison's land al
Dewdney, J. P. Hampton Bole for
plaintiff.
��� o	
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���P.. M. McGowan, Mont-
r< cl; F. L. Horner, Shannon; H. A.
Banfield, Vancouver; E. G. Thompson,
I-'. A. Anley, Vancouver.
Windsor ��� Mr. and Mis. Hollings-
v. . th, Nicomen Islan :: Helen Sacho,
- ttle; ii. A. Conat, S ial tie; \. Illia m
Chi istii .. Ni'' ������'��� -'-'��� ���'��� H. Hei derson,
ling! am; Thomas .'. Crowley, a.
S icie Vancouver; F 1'. Higgins,
Elaine; Bert Dawson, ���!. McNeil, Van-
i    iver, ���   *
������ o ��� ���
Insurants Surrender.
Washington. Ild'.. Oct. 11.���Ci il ���
a I. a es   receive I   here   fr mi   S in  Do-
��� lingo   state   -hat a:,   agreement   has
��� ������ a reiched between tlie government
.a 1 tlie Insurgent  fori es in the c Ior
ough of Monte ''<��� is-i wherebj the
Insurgents v\ 111 surre . ler to the governmenl to-morrow, and General Lim-
trdo, v ho conducte I the c impaign for
Pi i -: lenl Caceras, \\ SS. ecome gov-
er ior of Monte Ci Isti,
 -o	
Dies   in   His   Office.
BOSl ui.   Mass.,    Oct.     11.     Bei   a:   In
Frank   Southwlck,  secretar; treasurer
o1' 'he  Boston  frull  and   : ;   luce ex-
��� hange,   died   suddi tii'-    I . lay   trom
an disease at his office In the Fan-
euil Hall market. Mr. Southwlck was
a native of Vermont, and Was 72
years of age. He formerly served in
''(.tii branches of the Massachusetts
legislature.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rati .route between ail
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
.V N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage 'Jiily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
igoi.
Leave Day Train Arrive
'120 air. Spokane   ....".15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland   4.10 p.m.
a.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 pm.
H. A. JACKSON.
BURNABY CORPORATION
NOTICE.
Sale of Lands by Public Auction
i
By   order   of  the  Council, the (' il
li    or   will   offer   :��� r  sale  by auction ���
on Satur lay, t), tober 20, al  - o'clock
In th ��� aftern on 1 sharp), at the Municipal Hall, ,:  ��� residue >>!' tb" y- ;. ���
tie. nol   iispose ! 0' a: tie   recent  sale
:   tender.
They  < ompi Ise I wo sa'. livislons in
Distrlcl   i. '���   30,   12" subdivisions  iin
9   ; locks)   ;:;  Distrlcl   Lo!   53,  an I   55
��� s ib Uvlsions In Distrlcl Lol 91.
Indefeasible   title.    Deeds   at. pur-'
i hasers' cost,   l.:--   it: I 1   nditlons ef
-a! ���:...'     ob! aine 1 from
B   (I. WALKER,
1 . M. C. and C ill ��� tor, :; -\ 34, New
Westminster.
Munli I al Mali. ii'-:. 1. 1906.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and  first-class  sleepers  daily.
Atlantic   Express  leaves  at 7:25.
Imperial   Limited,  leaves  at 17:20
Notice is hereby givon that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers,
ir. the District of New Westminster
under the firm name of Allen & West,
has this clay heen dissolved by mutual
consent. _
Persons having any claim again,, jfl REDUCED RATES
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full partlcul-i-s
to our solicitor, .1. P. Hampton Bole.
Bank of Commerce Building, New-
Westminster, B.  C.
N'ew Westminster, B. C, August
15th, 1906.
GEO. A.  ALI.FN.
HENRY WEST.
Special Excursion to Eastern
Cities Oct. 12 and 13
Good to Return to Nov. 30th
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Arent,
Vancouver.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to apply to thi
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a license ti cut ani carrj
away timber from the following de
scribed lands:
1. Commencing at a posi marked
W. M's S.E. Corner, planted cm the
north bank of tiie Kildala river about
two miles up from the mouth, running as follows: pi chains north, 160
chains west.. LO chains south, 160
chains easl to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Locale 1 Augusl .7. 1906,
2. Commencing at a post marked
W. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, aboul
two miles up from tlie mouth, running
as follows- pi chains north, 120 chains
easl, Vi chains south, lo chains wes:,
40 chains north, mi wes* to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Located Augusl 27, !'.">U.
3. Commencing  :.���   a   post   marked ;
W.  M.'s  N.L. Corner, plante 1 on tlie '
north bank of tl." Kildala river,
live  and   a   half  miles   up   the  rivi r
from the mouth, running a-  follows:
40 chains south, 160 chains, west,   !������
chains north,  160 chains ea--  to poinl
of    commem ������ ni nt,    containing    G I"
acres, more or less
Located August 2>;, 1906.
I. Commencing a' a post marke 1
W. M.'s N.W. Corner, planted nn the
north hank of the Kil lala river, alio .;
five and a half miles ::;  'h i fiver :	
'he mouth, running as follows: 160
chains east, I'1 chains south. 160
chains west, I" chains north to point
fi    commencemeni.    < ontainlng   610
acres,   mure  ur   le-   ,
Located  August  27.  1906
5. Commencing at a isi marked
W. M.'s N.E. Corner, plante i .n the
south bank of the Kildal i arm _ ioui
.a... mile from the m mth of the river,
t unning as follow-: SO chain i iuth
��� o chains we--. mi chains north to 'he
hore iin". I hence follow h g shore line
'.i point nf commen '"in1 nt, pontalnln ���
fi i" acres, more or '.it.-.
Located Augusl 27, 1906
il. Commencing a- a post mai l.ed
vs M.'s s.w. Corner, p.an-.-1 nn tineas; banl; of th" Dal i ' i ver, al out
ien chain.-- easterly fr im I he mouth,
running as follow-: io chains east,
40 chains north, In chains east. 80
chains north to the river, thence following river to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Locate 1  August 27. 1906.
(Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per  Fr ink Vandall, Agent
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUET3
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone  A184 or address   Ith Ave
nue and 10th 3.met.
Westminster
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Hallway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteatled by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of ag.-. to
the ex-eat of one-quarter section of
I'.n   teres, more or less.
Entrj must be made personally at
the loi ,. Ian I office for the district in
which the land is situate.
Th-- ' iteader is required to per
form  the  conditions connected  there
with under one of the following p!an��.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) li 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 require- 1
ments as to residence may he satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(j' If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, tlf requirements as to re- lence
may be satisfied by residence up in
tlie sai I Ian I
Six months' notice in writing should
It- given t. the Commis-:.mer of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention.
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Transfer Cd
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
[luggage delivered    promptly tea
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hank
���'flea Thnne IV..        Harp   rto:'
Westminster Iron I
GENERAL   M.VHI.V.   A.NU bMi
WOKK.
SHIP SMId IH.Vi.  BKlUUKUl
STRUCTURAL IRON    v\UKS
Ornamental   iron   woi
fences, (kites, Fire 1.
Mail orders and coi        nden��
vited.
JOHIN REID,
BEOBIE S'l Ki.M
New Westminster
Great Northern Ry]
Time Table
}       THE COMFORTABLE WAV
���
t
Ri   lol  :���     ibdivls Ion 1 if lol    20, 21
aii 1 22, iuuui ian  bloi .. 6, Se.\   V\
minster city.
Where is pro    of the loss of cei I
1 ate of 'lil" number 2s (5a, Issued In
the  name of  Nels Nelson,  ha-  been
: le ! :,; thl    iffiee,
Notice I hereb gl. in thai I shall.
a' the expiratl in of one montb fr im
thi date of the i'.r^^ publication bei e
of, Issue 1 duplicate of -aid certlfl-
ate, unless In the meantime valid
o'.iei tl in be made in me in writing
C. s.  KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   New  Westminster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=!
..
EMPRESSES
i.
I   I
18,000 1 EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,600
H. Power! EMPItlisS OK IRELAND )      IC.
Leave Quebec Oct. ,"1 and Oct, 19,
Passengers booked to and tro at lowest  rate.   For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R,  AGENT.
V. W. & Y. RY
Da in NEW
Leav..' WESTMINST!"!
1-20 am BlaTue,  '���'������ '.'. A
1:35 pm ham      Burling ' ���'
bun,    Ml     Ver
non.      Eve
Seattle        1":
IPortland.
1:35 pin Spokane,
Paul     ind    ' ���
points   Easl
9.20 am Anacortes,
Woolley,    nnd
|Rockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver e>'*.
9:55 pm;
Lv.    New    We tn .
Guichon 3:50 p. ui   Ai I
fi   p.   m���   Monday,
Friday.
8:46 a.  m   ar, fi
li: .0 a. ra, Lv. for Vance
Uu ue of the fa'1"
"ORIENTAL     LIMITS0
2���Daily Overland Tr'ini''.l
Spokane. St. Paul, ^":i',\ A
Winnipeg, Duluth. ''I'','.':,'  "
Louis and  all   P"i��'    ' "."   .,:.!
For    complete    " .'; ' ,���
rates,   berth   reservation,     .
call on or address,
F, C. ME VERS. Age
Bank of Commei  i;i11 '","'
New  Westmlns'
S. G. YERKES, A  0  P lt
Corner Second  Av >���    ',   _,
lumbla St., Seattle �� nw*
OCT. 12. 1906,
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING   SUN   FLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE
RN MILLING
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
CO.
LTD.
F.   G.   DAWSON, Agent. 145 Hastings Street, West. Van
couver.
FOR
Ice   Cream  Sodas,
Sweets, Fruits, Etc
GO   TO
>bt
R. C. PURDY
il.in Street
Next to Tram Office
CO:
Souvenirs of the City:
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery Etc,
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MUX LINK.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  NeW   Westminster  10.30  daily.
Arrive New Westminster 19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. X. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv.  Seattle,  12.30;   Ar.  N  W. 20.20.
C  P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   X.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.  X.  W.   9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
C. P, R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 0.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; nr. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. n. \y. ..35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
VICTORIA
NEW      WEST;*;
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
. JTER
ink
U -i"|
,UK_|
lentil
).
, J. J. MACKAY & Co.
""���';" Bookseller,  ana Stationers
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
OF
L Dick's Old Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed dam).-proof.
No rubbers required.
Old Country Boot Store
V., W. & Y���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. :'. p. ni. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver ..35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���POUT GUICHON.
Lv,  X".   W.   0:35  a.m
2.20 p.m.
Lv, Guidon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W
8:45 p in. and ii p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Leaves Xew Westminster at 7 a, in
on Wednesday and Monda; ���.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally exceui Rat
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th ami 20th of eaeh month for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way  points. Leaves Victoria  on  20th   point tlie finger of s
of each month for Cape Scott and way   who take one sale
Humor ani Philosophy
By  DUNCAN  M.  SMITH
������Wliii!  you  i
nun-;-, rake?"
"Looking f<<r filthy lucre."
Artful Do_��.r_.
Insanity exports have no occasion I
ru at the lawyer
r n case or tl
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster  on   Mon
ar   Guichon  (-if-'   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
.-..ai   Friday  at   2    p.m. anil  Saturday
at 2 p. in. with additional trip on Monday at ���> a, m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 ��. m.; Friday at ti a. m. additional
Lv.  Xew   Westminster  5.50.  6.50,  11 trip Saturday  _  p.  m.
and 8 a. ru., and evcry half hour thereafter til! 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster a: S. S. Beaver
same hours. Leaves   New  We.i minster,  S   a.  in.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fraser River and Gulf       Leave.? cwniwack 7 ... m. Tuesday,
UP RIVER. ��� !; irsday   and   Saturday*,   calling   at
Beaver���
Frum N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m
UfPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
other for pay nml make no pretensl -:.-
of believing any other way than thi
way they are being paid al! the m i :
c man luis to believe.
Tin- experts, on the other bam!,    rt
supposed to lie Impartial scientists v i.e
are ready to go on the witness stau:!
and tell the truth regardless of wh n
hits,    it  is needless to sny that  tl   :
don't do anything of the sort, and tin
way in whicjn they make science lh'
handmaiden of the almighty dollar ie
really something of a public Bcandal.
It makes no difference on wblch e>id.
he is hired, be makes the same line o
big words prove either that the man
is sane or Insane, according to tbe waj
it shall swell bis bank account, to sny
nothing of dimming bis reputation.
TO MAKE US GLAD.
If aii i.s p-.i-w on lightning rods
And plea came down like ruin,
If flsh would only i has. u. home
i ir ti ��� "i i s ai the train,
if every day were Christmas eve
And .-ire. t car riding free,
A-ai every one was good to us.
How happy we would be!
If lightning called to Pake the bread
And thunder played a nine,
And babies never cried at night
Por candy or the moon,
If money only were a fruit
That grew upon a tree,
And it were rii��' the whole year round,
How happy we would be!
If ofll. es were i lose at hand
To hear cur I ilnt.st call,
Wllh salaries attached to them
That didn't  look too small;
If we could sit around and smoke
Ami still draw double fee,
Without a blessed thing to do,
How happy we would be!
If monkeys uni the kitchen work
Ai l bees would only come
Ami dump their honey at the door,
1 think It would help some.
If every dollar bill we had
Would Btralghtway grow to three
And wi  could always keep the change,
How happy we would be!
le
WAY
-\
!- 1 Columbia Street
New Westminster.
I
1:35 P��I
er
I
r
i
in 8    |
eapu'J
ist.
mail. '���
!_t,
Iir.'
.  p
'I
Irihern Pacific:
Three
fanscontcnental
j Trains Daily
Pravel on tho Famous
PRTH COAST LIMITED"
ighted train.    Low Rates.
Excelli nt Si nice.
'ork, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
M> A I.I. POINTS EAST
shir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
nts.
Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
*"   to   Southern   California.
informtion call on or write
p. LANG, General Agent,
PStingsSt, Vancouver, 15. C.
A. I). CHARLTON,
"��� "fe- A. G.     A
TAKE
te White Pass
Yukon Route
;; 'M��. CARCROSS, ATL1N,
HORSE,    DAWSON    and
���^NKS.    Daily  trains   (except
carrying   passengers,   mail.
���'"*'!    freight    connect    with,
Carcross and White Horse.
��mg a through winter service,
���formation apply to
ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
i Van-ouver. R. C.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eiyht Trains Every Hav m the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN' OF FAME
Till*. NORTH-WESTERN, LTD,
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY, h is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
iG scctinn sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library aud  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further  information  call  on   or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
�����_o Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
BLACKSMITHING.
From Chwk.  Ta_, Th., Set., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
Prom X. W. Tu., Th., Bat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Suu.. Veil., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN  RIVER,
fransfer���
From X. V.". daily, ex. Sat am. Sun..
2 p.m.;  Sal ui .'.iy, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, ij a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 0 n.m.)
Add. '.rip Saturday, S p.m.
VICTORIA AXD ISLANDS,
Rlthet���
From N.W., WeJ. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.     Received.
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pm.      8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45 a.m.    3.110 p.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30 a.m.   2 p.m.
| Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
: East Burnaby 1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m. 10.80a.m,
j Fast, via C. P. R...4.4** pm. 7.10 p.m.
j East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m j
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
| Van. ic Burnaby. .8.80 p.m. 0.00 p.m.
.. Tlmberland, Tues.,
Friday    12.00 m.    12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
Thc Season For II.
There's a song that  I deti si,
One that never gives me rest:
landings   between    New   Westminster   Night and morning through my head tin
mj Chilliwack. cadenci rings
Ami my sleep ii murders ther.
Witli its humming in thc air-
It's   tin   nery   song   the  l.lamed  moscjui'.i
NORTHERN  B. C ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
sings.
Leaves  Vancouver  at  2  p.  m.,  2nd Excu* For Ignorance,
and   Ifith  of each   month,  calling  at       "Whnt is the difference between haw
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola    amI Kee?"
on second   trip. Time  cm  arrival  and
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
F.D. OWLET,
A>_en*. New Westminster.
E. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Ge.n. Pas.   At-ent, Vancouver,
J. W, TROUP,
Genera) Suuer'ntendent, Victoria.
i.en   /.gent, Freight Deft.,
N'ew   WDstmlnster
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
"Guess you never urove oxen."
"No.  anil  1   never  held  a  Job
mule."
UH    I
Opposite.
Opportunity.
Several   gentlemen   with   two   very
large feet have lately jumped on John
J. Ingalls' poem "Opportunity," which
has heretofore been regarded In somi
circles as being fully as true and bim
ing ns the Declaration of Indopenden
or the Imperative ordi rs of n yov
wife on .-in ohl husband.
The burden of this po un is thn
large, hit l;y itentli man name I Mr. i   ������
portunity, witli fume lu one hand
a   bag of  Koki   in  th"  other, ci
thumping on  the dour of every m.
bouse once  ill  a   lifetime,  anil   if
householder is asleep or  not there   !
extend the j.lacl und Itching band it
ail off with him forever.
This ou close examination is found.
to be a mistake.    There are opportuni
ties lying all  about  om-  path  If  wi
could Just distinguish them from don-
He   Some women are awfully bard   ble ,,,ic'k actlon Jol'''s. ''Ut how is i:
to please.
She .Vmi some men are too awfully
soft to please me.
Not ji Fly Co?.
"Well. I declare' Brown is pinched
by poverty at last."
"Poverty! What beal does he trav.
���jit"
dub to know when one of them knoc:t -
that it isn't his creditors trying io
break into bis bouse under false pre.
tenses?
Bright Thing to Do.
"Would Columbus know what to dc
wan a modern l">;!t':"
"tin..'.    Sell il to the trust."
C^Y        .fakj    '��� KeePs Coming.
^\ '/A     Tcni   wait   for   some
thing to turn up
And   something   always-   will.
Vou     may    lie    sure,
though il Is Imt
An   el,I   and   Unpaid
Having boughl cen  the I" i ksmlth-
' lug business of R.  ll.  Benson, I will
be pleased  to see all  his "! I cufito
lers, as well as new ones,    Horse.hoe-
I ing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUT30N,
Eighth  Btreet.
Our work guaranteed.
's Drug Store
"The Milwaukee"
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change wttnout   notice.)
ALASKA ROUTF.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
1 Sept. 10th.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,.
Sept. 21st.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
Sept. 2:ird. "The   Pione-r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver      Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Oct.  2nd. Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,      Kansas City to Chicago.
qcj   ^ij No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
Princess    Mav    leaves    Vancouver,   railroad   in  the   world   that   equal   in
��� ecptipment that uf the Chicago, Mil-
'"'- ,L"Lh- waukee & St.   Paul Railway.    They
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE   Own   anil   operate  their  own   sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
ROUTE. gjVfi   tiK,lr   |,atr,,ns   nn   excellence   of
Princess Victoria. .service not obtainable elsewhere,
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.!
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Notice., of births, marriages or
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For the ta'oie���for cook
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
is without an equal. Always the
tame perfect quality.
nature; but their arresl and imprison-
n.i-ui has aeon | robal ly sufficient to
impress upon them that the law is
supreme, and their earl; release will
sh iw them that it is- nol vindictive.
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When a committee Of citiains gets
time to undertake preparations for
another banquet to VS. li. Keary, I.II
N.T.S.F.P., the Daily News wants to
suggest that a. seat of honor be reserved for Billy Qnann, of Vancouver.
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G >.' i sleighing in < intario : ester la .
and second crop strawberries on the
market in New Westminster. Come
west, young man. come west!
FRIDAY,  CCT.  12.  1906.
THE   DEWDNEY   BRIDGE.
Yesterday morning the Daily Now*
sel forth, In language as q del and
temperate    as     posslbli ,     the    fact,
ought " u :.;, the ��� \ I lence In a case
that had been heard the laj before
l;.\ Magistrate Pittendrigh, that the
government had, in connection with
the building of a road and bridge in
Dewdney, acted in plain violation of
law. We cited the legal provisions;
wc stated plainly whal course the
government shouhl have pursued; we
asserted that they heal not even made
a pretence of pursuing that course.
\- sterday's Columbian rushes to the
defence of its masters; and how does
i; do it? Does it show or attempt to
show that we were wrong as to the
law. Does it show or attempt to
show that we were wrong as to the
statement that the government had
acted in plain violation of the law?
Does it show or attempt to show that
Wi were not entirely right in describing Mr. Morrison's action as the
removal of obstructions unlawfully
placed on his private property? No;
it does none of these things. That Is
not 'Pretty Fanny's way." it simply
i rints half a column of insinuation,
misrepresentation and abuse, seizing
the occasion to vent a little of its
spleen on people who have nothing
in lhe world to do with the question
a, issue, ami relieving its congested
Intellect by the use of some of those
eh.uce expressions by which i;s columns were wont to be denied day
after da;.- when i: had the field to
Itself :nd was not restrained by that
���    ei ���    me fear of the whip which has
mpel'.ed ii to a reluctant observance
s.a.. irhing like  decency since  the
Dall;   News was established,
again assert that in this mat-
of the attempted building of a
.oad through Mr. Morrison's property
lhe government has acted in highhanded violation of law. If the Co-
lumbian can show that we err in making that assertion, let It do so. Foul-
mouthed abuse will not meet the case.
By :!:������ way. the Columbian will doubt-
ii ss ��� glad to know that an Injunction has been issued igainst the gov-
. ��� at, restraining it from further
tres .-���   upon Mr. Morrison's private
��� erty.
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THE   EABINE   INDIANS.
hat mo     peopl
������ . ���   , stice and
  than
ca   .. iill    ii    jlad   ���'    . uo .\
Ba lm    Indian -   hat      een
, and told
���  .    I i. a   .    '���   . In     tU-
ff ��� Ich  pr.-
Hcui ibi m, Thej
i obstructlnj be river with
:: ��� .. ipture sallow Ing the i im _ h:eh had
' een used in mg I hem Ince time ini-
It was a cu i. . i bli h I I
a : iui In anj ��� lous n conl Inued
llnitaution of the flsh Bupplj r i d
all the Rah wer,. allow������ 1 to run up
the rivei Whal made II dangerous
was the Iraln u) on the flsh by the
i el . ol the white men, The-,., while
men , I ��� ...i'ii possession of the in-
���. ' country and compelled the Indian to conform In man; ways to the
white man's idea of what was right.
The Bai toes, little In touch with civilization, naturally felt that their rights
were Invaded. On the other hand, we
had taken up In this country the
"while inan's burden," and unless we
mean: to lay it down and retire, it
was our duty -ii enf ree obedience
to necesasry laws. Enough, in the
meantime, has been done to make th<'
Indians understand thai they must
obey the law. Anything more would
Inflict unnecessary hardship. Had
���hey been allowed to defy ihe law,
the effect, nol onl tl en . bul on
ol her ::���:. es, wi ild ; i vi a to encourage future   Ilso  :    j of a similar
Mayor Keary, I.H.N T S.F.P., is re-
lorted to have smiled again yesterday-
afternoon. He must have heard the
reporl thai there is to be a i hange in
the managemenl ol -ii" Daily Xews
next week.
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The :. < S Prolic has een caught in
��� he acl of smuggling i hin se into the
New  England states,   and   it   Is   n iw
sai i thai  the business li   ,
larly carried on for years, the ifl
a; certain pot ts being "fixed' - that
the danger of detection was minimized. The business was profitable,
as much as $15,000 being cleared
sometimes on a trip.
"What we wan-, whal w. demand,
what we m tsl havi ." saj certain Torj
papers, "is purity in politics: give us
purity or give us death"���or words to
that effect. Most admirable sentiments, gentlemen; sentiments which
do you honor. We trust you will keep
right on preaching this sound doctrine: and may we suggest that you
use the Fernie election, Kaien island
and a few other things of that kind to
illustrate ani give poinl  to your dis-
: courses.
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Speaking at the Nelson convention,
Mr. Hawthornthwaite said, as report-
�� 1 by the Canadian, a McBride organ:
"If every church were wiped off the
face of ihe earth; if every religious
Institution were gone out of existence,
then all fraud, hypocrisy ami double
dealing would he wiped out." As the
people, in every walk of life, who be-
.Lieve more or less in churches and In
what churches stand for. are. after all.
the backbone���the solid structure���of
society, it strikes ms thai the Socialist
leader  is going  to   work   In   rather a.
: tactless way to commend his theories
to the public.
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Staging of Parsifal.
The necessity of fitting the scenic
embellishments of a production of
Parsifal to the limitations of stages
much smaller than that of the Metropolitan opera house, New York,
where Herr Conreid first produced it
in the United States, seemed for a
time to render a tour of the counl i y
Im ossible. When M* :srs. Marin ._
En ,. conl ,'������������ ' il Parsifal : he)
��� - ilte I with the b iii li rs of t
riginal pioductiou, v.h > gai������ them
thi "jiefit of their experience to the
sn all ���-' letail As a result, It Is only
in ihe matter ol mere bigness that
M : .a & Emery's mounting of the
play Is In the slightest degree ini n lor
��� ' he original, tn beaul ,��� o iloring,
In excellence of perspectlon, in har-
mious use  of  lighl     In    lanoramic
' mechanl mi,   and   in   Its   lllusli ns of
:���: igic ami mystery ll Is n orth;   to he
a. are I   t. Ith  the   achievement -  i f
he Conreid forces.
The sac-re 1 foresi  I - pictui i I In  mb
ed ra liance, an i n hen It ���-���: es waj
' tn the rock;.   ;' isi ness  le iding   to  the
��� istle of the Gr til, a ver) line illusion ol space and m . ster) Is a taine 1.
The Intei lor ol the temple Is practic-
...   Identli al   ��Ith   the  tre itmi nt  of
he   a ime   scene  In   New   York,   and
'.- hen  i1   Is sai l  that   ll  fulfil, i ver
��� mand made by the author's text an I
��� a i direct Ions, I he highest praise Is
given it
The pageantry and the rites which
transpire againsl this glorious background are wrought oul In a spirit of
reverence thai Is absolutely unimpeachable.
Parsifal will be seen al thi oper i
house on Monday, the 15th Insl
 0-���	
Ames Surrenders.
Boston,   Oct.    11.���Alfred   Ames,   IS
! years old, who Is allege I to have bet n
one of the crew of the schooner Frolic, which was seized in conne. tim
with the smuggling of Chinamen at
Providence,  surrendered   to  the  city
,police hero to-day. He was turned
over to the- genef...! authorities,
Ames told Immigration Commission-
e;   Bttilllngs that he was lnnocenl   if
,    ii;.   criminal  par: Icipat Ion  in  thi
lie expedition, bul  that  he ��������� as i   .
, , elled  to remain on   the  ya hi  aftei
le ime I . - the ml
Tolstoi Expelled.
St. Peters >u g, Oct. 11.���Further ex-
. -  ms  from  I he zemsto.   oi
-   il the outlawed parllamenl who
It he  VI   >rg  :   inifest i an
: daily.   Among the latesl Is   hat
i oun    Ti isi ii,   member  of  pa
n i n1   foi   Ufa.    Attacks on ;he pi lie ���
nei ce i   in   St.   Pe-       mrg,
but are less  successful  owing to  thi
ndiffei le.  One pollct -
man  w as  kllle I  an I one Injure 1 ) ������ --
terday.
 0- ���
Ponctorfng; ���   Falincr.
The barber applied tie- rich brown
dye with a tine tooth comb, combing it
evenly Int > the grizzled locks of the
old man.
"Hair dye, sir," be said. "Plain, unvarnished hair ilye Is the base of that
absurd fallacy about pe iple tumim-:
gray in a single night.
"If you investigate those yarns you
timi that invariably they concern person* In prison. (irsini, pining In Jail,
had his hair go back on him. Marie
Antoinette, languishing i:i a cell, found
the deep hue of her hair changing to
an ugly gray. Raleigh, imprisoned in
the tower, developed grayish streaks
with Incredible speed.
'The secret of all that, try dear. Is
this:
"These pri- tuers in order to c mceal
their gray hair dyed it. using a poor
sort of dye, one of those sorts that
have to be applied every day or two,
In prison, naturally, they could not get
hold of this ilye, and hence their locks
whitened at a miraculous rate When
people   said   of   them   pityingly   that
their    ten>:-    of    sorrow    had    ttirne.l
their hair gray In a single night they
acquiesced themselves in the deception, i ���:��� is it not embarrassing���1 leave
it t.i you, sir, Is it not embarrassing
to explain to the world al large th il
one uses hair dye?"- St.  Louis Globe-
! Democrat.
	
Well  Timed   Pmn.
A southern clergyman, an inveterate
punster, says thai while be is well
aware that puns belong to the lowest
order of wit be is seldom able to resist
the temptation to make one when opportunity offers.
nu one occasion after preaching an
eloquent sermon he was met by two
friends, one of whom began to praise (
his discourse in enthusiastic terms
When be paused for breath the othei
man said,  with  a  laugh:
"Well, doctor, can you stand as much
' soft soap as that?"
"Indeed I can If ihen- Isn't too much
lye in it." returned the ministot
quickly.
At  another  time  he  was   present   al
' the marriage reception of u young couple of the name of More.   The occasl	
: was somewhat stiff up to the time of
the minister's entrance, and he quick!)
, discovered the state of affairs.
"Madam," he said, with his radian!-
smile, addressing the awkward young
bride, "how fortunate you are! The:-,
are so few people who can say with
truth, -The More I want the More 1
have.'"
The laugh which followed put li"
company at ?.'>.*
WET WEATHER
SHOES
If you are looking for a shoe to keep
absolutely dry ask for Geo. A. Sh,
Invictu
Shoe
Every Pair Waterproof
Prices $4.00, $4.50 to $7.00
a Pair
Our Ladies' Invictus Shoe is
the only absolute waterproof
shoe that comes to the coast.
Try a pair of Invictus Shoes
"for your next."
NOTE    THE    PROCESS    Cc   M.
ING    THE    "DRY-SOX"    "INVICT
SHOE."
Johnston's Big Shoe House
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Thought is something that, in gen-,
oral, is sparingly used to leaven Ian- j
gunge.
Hani earned money well spent ls the
foundation of prosperity
One way to avoid dyspepsia Ls to quit
eating.
A. fatal accident on Saturday is apt
to prove disastrous.
People who chase the rainbow get a
run for their monev.
WLjIMINjILK    HOUSE W. R. Qilley, 'Phone vims.
MONDAY, OGTOBER lath, '06
J.  R.  ani ey,  'H. ont nil
GILLEY BROS.
MESSRS. MARTIN & EMERY'S
REVERENT-ARTISTIC AND
SUMPTUOUS PRESENTATION OF
RICHARD WAGNER'S SACRED
FESTIVAL PLAY
Dealers in
LOST���A bunch of seven keys of mis-
c i llaneo is   sort.    Finder  please  re- _
turn to Daily New s office. w
LOST   ii. ���   inlei,   i hree   a on ���
old,    v. Il h    ��� uall    v. hlte "ii |
Parsifal
IN   ENGLISH
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. (.'. fottery C o. sewer pipe   eti
Local agents Vancouver fortland Cemenl i u
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot-
'Pnone lb
THEY All COME BACK Sprott - Shad
BUSINESS INSTiTUW
bre. -���:   an- ��������� ��� i!i"   name   ol
"Joker." Reward If returned to corner Twelfth and Eighth streel .
i leoi ge Adams.
NOTICE.
Having sold oul  the    I    cle an i :>���
ran y on  - he
,   'ctrlcal   '���   Ines   exclusive!,.   In  the
��� .   ire,   ind will i   rry a full    I ��ck of
everything In  thai line I bat Ls to   ie
n I In   i  firsl cla-- shop
iln . ie  v Iring  vi ill  be promptly atten lod to, and  our pt Ice;  on ever,
thing will be found as low as those of
any   other   business  concern   of   this
kind on the coasl
T. MOWBRAY
ADOPTED BY H'M. LYNCH ROBERTS
THE MOST
NOTED PRODUCTION
OF THE CENTURY
Played   by   a   Select   Company  of
50���ARTISTS���.0
Evi:.. ' i.e who 1 reakfa���
lunches or dine ��� at
COOK'S
Coffee J'alace
bi co   "  a regular i , torm r, I eoa
Ever; thii    is I 'lean
Everyth ng ,   Well Cooked
Everything i- Promptly Served
l_IMl!".;
1
1.1,   .
Colum il, Si
New VVestmlnste
B. C. Monumental Works
SPECIAL NOTICE.
For  the i oni enli nee        "Parall il"
pal: ons, the former rule of i ommeni
lng : he evening pei Cormai   e    il 5.30
and   giving  a   I wo ho ir  dinner  Intei
ml islon  ha -   been   don ���    r. a,   with.
During this engagemeni    he    uri iln
will rise ai 7.15 sh irp    Can lage i m ij
be ordered at ll p.m.   Auditors n-.ust
be  in  their seats at rise  cf  first curtain, as no one will be seated during  Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialti
tbe action of the play.
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
''ream,        -       -        35c
12 to _ p.m,; 6 ti
p.m.
Seven   TcachcTS
Forty-Five Typewrit^
.TUDENTS   ALWAYS
R.J. SPROTT, B"
P.;_C*>|
J. HEINLE1
Manufacturer
���f
PRICES-50c to $2.00
Tickets   ordere 1    by   in
:   ....  Trapp Block,
promptlj   forwai led   on    iecelpl    of ������������'.���,
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK.
I'roprietre.
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
fmnorter and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tabids, Tombstones Etc.
Write for prices.
N.V.   Westminster.  B.  C.
money order and self-addressed enve   CHOIOFST Plf AR**.
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
Mineral Water?, Etc]
Aerated Waters,
Seats "ii sale al Rj ill'   Drug SI i ������
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellaru  Block.    Nr-M  Was tminster,  B C
Family Trade a Specialty.
CIGARETTES T    '"
AT-
NEW   WE
Office ��'3"th
S7MIN5TE-R'   e'
GAMONS
Columbia  Street.
ADVERTISE IN THE ,Y. OCT. 12, 19:6.
THE DAIL\  NEWS
THE
B_X_E_R ���_B_HHIHBi^B
CASH STORE
:..;,'.���     DRESSMAKING   DEPARTMENT  NOV/   OPEN.    BOOK   YOUR
ORDERS  EARLY.
SPECIAL
���al hundred yards of Novelty Waistlng3, including French
Delaine-, Embroidered Albatross, etc., In lengths of 3* to
Worth 50c, 60c and 65c yard.   All one price.   35c per yard
M vv'4'', '-
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r_fls_-__ix. ��*; i
Local News Briefly Told
-
S. G. 1
,1 :
New arrivals of Dress Goods this week have given
a still better selection���for those who have not
eady laid in their winter's supply.
The new arrivals include not only Suitings and
jh Grade Worsteds, but especially good stuffs for
Hisses' wear.
ch French Panne Cloths, in n,   grey, i     Una!, green,  navj
ind black       $1.00
l-.nch   All   Wool   Pirl   Finish   Cheviots,   will    :.       shrink    nor   spot.
Prices    90��' 85c and 75c
and 42-inch   Hard   Finish  and Rough Finish Serges, ln alack, navy,
ream, cardinal,  brown 65c, 50c and 35c
WOOL WAISTS form an imp rtanl I In the wardrobe of all
fui women. They are warm and healthj and when chosen of
right materials, make pretty as well as serviceable waists.
Year after year men with brighl   ii",- bring oul   new  designs
new colorings.    This year embroidered .. ods  still   hold  sway���
dallj   In  small dots and crescents���the popular materials   being
.lies, lustres and   flannels.
We have some verj   attractive goods in these lines,
������ORIENT" CLOTH, a mix' re of wool and silk, specially soft and
. finished, In green and pale    . ;   with hair stripes.   .75c per yard
���-WOOLALONE" and all woo] French Flannel, In navy, green,
skj  an l oilier .hales, plain     :: I   fane) 50c  per yard
WOOL CHALLIES AND LUSTRES with embroidered dots and
ents, in white  and  colors 65c. 50c and 4Cc per yard
-aJheir works shalluq
"*      'know them"
On the merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a . k;l! in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
good time keepers and
consequently comfortable watches ti
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world. They
are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
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C. CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
d voti ild on No v. 5
V bai .....
V. W. & V.
Ll id   a        , a     ���    ,;. .,;   nzie   -
if Vancouver, came
���'SS.   i    .,   ���    scow
ii J. W. Creighton,
A la from
the  Prase :                   made
yesterda it]      ��as    m Igi    I
to Cab ���
A. �� ��� ���   '     .   Dutea    _-as
ougl     nto the citj   yesterda:   from
Vernon    i     Cons ible   Simmon i an I
ilaced  in  the penitentiary, where he
pen : ' he nex   seven ;��� e irs ol his
jebre iking.
���   il ol   Ardath    Ma
William   Llll ,     of
ice yeste        af ti
Oddl   lows' ceme ���
.ices ,        tra vesidi
'he ( :     hoi :._
fieshl)       Intel ..���.���..���.;
���s.- ��� lu     e   lii :.
Si veral   othei Iterations
icen decide ind     ���   .   ��� ��� will
' ���    m ich    . ..   ��� :,������  time ihe
men    et thn igh ��i'ii theii j il .
Teli      . ���. i ,:,.��� mn with
Clover lale was inti rr i ted yestei lay-
evening owing : In th .-::������-
son ,t\ hei e on the Iin II could no;
i i   ascertain ��� l  whet] i r this was due
1 : ������ a  fallen  e or any other cause,
but whateve il i -. the break will be
repaired earlj to-day, according to the
local G.N.R. officials.
An application for water was filed
in the water rommissioner'3 office
yesterdaj : r in n : ir 1,000 Inches of
-.. . .. ,:.. the Clowhom river. The
point of diversion :- abotu 120 ieet
above tide water al the head of Salaam Arm. The waier is to be used
for the purpose of operating :i sawmill
.1. M. Wise, of the Depot hotel, is
Installing a double drawer National
n gistei ::. his iar, and will have il in
operation iu a couple of .leys. This
is only the second double action reg-
Ister t" be installed in this city, the
ol ei being In the possession of A.-
Raich, '���:' the Royal City hotel. The
cost of i ue i :' these registers is ahout
i,
Hoi . D er is about I i make ex-
ensive impr >vemeats in his jewellery
sti re. Among other things, he intends
io install a large wall casi and a mirror in the rear of bis window. Plate
gl ss and extra fixtures will also be
,. . led >:. i the appearance of the store
much improved. Un account of his
Increasing business, Mr. Dorer tin,is
thai it i- necessary for him to improve his prem&es.
The s id len disappi irani e of James
Beil, a laborer, was rej orted to the
citj pi li< ��� yesti .day morn::,-. Bell
has b< en in the habll ol going Dl m
a. .. a., i sprees before n iw, ' ul this
lasi   '.-.. '������   -   '" ���'    bi   :.   si  ���::   or
;.. ard of 1 liis I rien Is for ovi a
wi el . an I thej ire beginning I i gel
auxlou s, iring that t ime harm may
have ' efalle . hli .   Tl i   i   lice ������     in-
There is i beautlfu Snished
model ol a totem pole on exhibition in
Phillips' win low, whh b w is made bj
a Ski u gate tn ll in. The pole   ��� ��� arved
oi  bli ck sla an Is ab ml
11 Inches high, an I embracer a mini-
1 er oi i: lagin u , animals an I ird-.
' one on ��� i ol the other. Th" pe li .tai
;.. of the - it" tn iter! s. ���- the ��� ly,
and the de Is finished In a ���������
in inllke  uanner,
The   sale   of Ian Is   fi rtnclal
., ,  will   take   i lace        la.   al   12
o'clock, : i.e-. the managi n ei    ��� I Provincial a ��� ,��� - ,;��� s. Fleti her,   A lat \i
I number ol the i rlginal parcels which
, cen- o :  sale have been redeemed by
i payment of existing taxes by the owners, bul   .i  large number of valuable
j holdings still i emain to be offered to
i the s.a- -.' ii Ive publli.
Inr'iar.s Released.
Acting upon Instructions received
from Ottawa, Sheriff Aintustrong yes-
.erday liberated eight Babine river in-
ill,ms who had heen sentenced to
it rms in jail varying from three to
six monl hs, after being convicted of
having barricaded the Babine river,
Btealing flsh nets and resisting the
Buthoritj of the police who had been
sent up to that district to remove the
barricades erected by the Indians.
The olghl men will start on tihelr return trip to the north this morning,
ami It Is not likely that thoy will soon
fcrgel the leason that has been taught
them.
Cno.r   Reorganized.
A u eeting _oi >! reor-
S:    Peter's    c il h
was  held  on  We Ines I i;   even-
:. -      a      .' .    ��� .ai-e   who    will
harge of the ch he ser-
'. Ic ��� �� ": a  selecte I    The i hair is re-
ange I ann ia ' . as a large num
ol       a e away during the s im-
mer, an 1 II is often fell thai chai - is
are needed. The choir this winter
will be composed of the following:
Leader, E. D'Arcey; soloist, Mrs. Diamond: sopranos. Mi.. M. Lewis, Miss
W. He.tors. Mis. .\. McNamara, Miss
Bilodeau, Miss N. McDonald, Miss I.
McDonald; contraltos, Mi-s A. Dav-
ery, Mi-s A. Leamy, Miss S. Bllodeau,
Mi.-s !.. Lavery; tenors, M. Gowan, F.
Bilodeau, H. Stephens; basses, ,T, P
Bilodeau, II. I.. Lavery, J. Alien. .1. B,
(iuerne..
In the opinion of Mr, D'Arcey, the
choir leader, Sl Peter's will in a few
months have the fines! choir In the
city of New Westminster, and he :-
contempl iting   '    giving   if a .-Ties
��� a icre i conce ! \ In the mar future,
The choli .-111 I    hei I everj
Wednesday evei tig at half-pasi seven
until  Christma      .hi      '. will
I  el    be ,' inge I
Interest In Fcctball.
I Is the Intentl in ol the local f I
ball ila; i to starl an Interme liate
and i junior footb 'ii I" igue in this
citj, and a me il Ing for the con si . ���: a-
tlon of this project wlll be hei 1 .1
Ryall's store nexl Thursday evening,
when all interested In soccer are invited to be present. The Columbia
college has some very good material
for an Intermediate 'earn, while the
Central school can also be reckoned
on to provide a good team. For the
junior league ir Is expected that at
least five teams will be selected, tbe
following schools to be drawn upon
for this purpose: Central school. Columbian college, St. Louis college,
West End school and Sapperton Representatives of each of these places
will be present at the meeting at
Ryall's, and tihe formation of the
league is assured.
There i.s a rosy outlook for football
in N'ew Westminster this season, and
the members of the New Westminster
football team have an idea that they
will have a victorious season throughout the winter. The first same to be
playe'] will take place on Saturday
afternoon, when tbe locals will travel
to Vancouver, where bhey will meet
the Vancouver city football team on
ihe Cambie grounds at ?, o'clock, and
according to present, intentions, proceed to do things to theni. The boys
will leave here on the half-past one
car, and they expect that a good number of their supporters will accompany them on their initial trip,
The team will be composed of the
following: Goal, Ambrose; full backs,
Kirby, Leamy: half hacks. Anderson.
A. Turnbull, Peele;  forwards. H. Jobti-
, ston ,K. Brown, A. Cunningham, Len
! Turnbull, Malins.
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish Is What makes furniture values. Our endeavor
Is to give these two qualities In every article bought and sold. Our
.1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and Uose 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.
I LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM I
Duponl Block.
Telephone 73.
THE WHITE HOUSE
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR XMAS  FANCY
WORK TOO LATE.   WE HAVE A COM
PLETE STOCK OF
Tinted Novelties
A. J. BIRTCH,
2(57 Columbia Street
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
W e don t charge extra for it. Our
contracts show that we are masters���
thorough in every detail or work,
workmanship ana material.
HARDMAN & BRYSON
SEE  US BEFORE  YOU   LET  YOUR   WORK.
WHERE TO BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINE.
AND   SUPPER   AFTER   THE    THEATRE
Kenny s Restaurant
The  Most Up-to-Date  Cafe
in New   \Vestmmster.
H_si_i .sl   Board   Meets.
The monthl;   meeting of the hospl-
ioard   wa3  held  In the  clt;   hall
;. ester laj afl ei no in, vs hen a lettt r was
: . rom Miss Bark ir, head nurse al
In   ..a-.,;-: |,   |     a hich  she  tendei ������ 1
:    ..:.      in.   The resignation was
,a ce ite I, an i I he secretary In il r ic i
���ite a .u a ile lettei to Miss Barker. iVrrangemen s for the appointing
a: a siticcessoi : i Miss Barker \v< re
also ma le iS..^ passing of acco ml ���
for the month ��! September and other
routine I usiness was transacte 1,
Tho.-.' presenl al the meeting were:
Mrs. Pearce,  M -. Kennedj.  Mrs, De
De   . Jai i lunnlngham, In the i hair,
.1. .Johnston, and W. ll. Keajfy, secre-
tar)
The rep . ��� ol bhe lady superintend
Vi lilch v..i.- : -ad an i adopted, was
a- f'ill >v i:
Ti the Presi lenl and Boar I of Man-
if the Royal Columbian
Hospital:
Ladles and Gentlemen,���1 beg to
Rubmll herewith Btatement of patients
for the month ol September, 1806:
Number of patients In hospital Sept,
I. 31; discharged, 51; died. 1; a Imlt-
ted during September, 68; remaining
Sept. 30, 36; number ot patients treated during September, 87; number of
hospital days, 1)42; number of maternity cases treated in cottage, 12; received from paying patients. $419.75;
number of patients In hospital to-day,
Oct. ll, 39.
(Signed)      MAUY MARTIN.
Superintendent.
 0	
Just Like Mr. Keary.
Boston, Oct. 11.���No statement was
issued by District Attorney John B,
Moran as lo bis attitude in accepting
oi declining the Democratic nomination for governor. When question d
on tihe subject, Mr. Moran said: "I
have not. one, word to say, not oue
wor l"
Something Worthy
of Investigation
New dwelling, 8  rooms, Sapperton.    Terms,   cash   ..ram.
l'i""    $I.OC0
Dwelling aud two lots, Third ave ; ter sis ol paymeni eas      I i;    ���$2 500
Dwelling (new), central.    Price    $1,500
Dwelling  (n   .v),  central    51.300
Dwelling, BIgbee street    $1,500
Boarding house on lease tor Ave years,   Price   $3,500
T. R. PEARSON
RATHER  SUGGESTIVE.
He:   "Cupid is blind."
She:   "Yes, so  I  have heard.    And tha conversation of ���ome  lovesick people makes me wish that he were also doaf and dumb."
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FRID:
:-.-
Fmr Naming.
He wis a tr. I  mi thod,
And bo bi _ hi  It fine
Wbeu I aft  r ih.m
To dri :  thi  Bsh a lb ���
Always Bragging.
"1 notice Jones Is still speaking to the
comn.' in I ���
"Why not'.-"
"Hi- owns ail' ded dog."
Desirable Way.
"Yon ' agi t to ta te a fe\r lessons on
the lawn mi wer."
���Til like to if 1 c- raid do it by correspondence."
Very True.
"Honesty :. tbe best policy."
"Probably.    Bul   few   people   ever
seem to know when it falls due."
Answered.
"But whal Is oi i" rtunity?-'
"The thing thai the fellow who got
there got and yu didn't."
FEET FAr.AG.**AFH5.
1'..: ss Tin have ���: ���. s. S Imaginat on
don'l go !;-!- ug.
The way to save n onej Is :."t i"
buy anythit g :��� o i . :. ake ���������:.'. not
make anj tl y_ j ou i   n buy.
Careles - I >. ������ Isn'l 1 re until .: lear is
tn i.i- careful.
-���������-..
TOJ    .-���".-     '���:
^^...yti'-j ���
* .   ��� afc-^1       '-�� ,9L-- ,
������'   OS-Jr
i'     ..     ���!.:._���-
-   doing
them well.
Hot    :::r   is   a
nonessential,
but lots uf people deal in nonessentials.
The irraft microbe seems to be abb
tu beat tbe little busy bee to a star, I-
[till.
A I.rami of opportunity that would
use the telephone directory would sn.'
modern conditions.
Hui-;.": .��������� ring m iy 1 ��� ��������� uducive to
humility, I'-.;: it does not Increase yer
stoc-K of go ��� I !":..;	
The Immensity of the self suffi ���: ���:. v
of some peo] le 1- most :.. ignlficcnt.
Don'l  mistake it. a" . i: of mai:
Synopsis cf Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre fe.r soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than .-.20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate oi ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miner.' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miners certincate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and irom
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A tree nrner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out tiie
same with two legal post?, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the !< de, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen day; if ocated within ten mi'.es
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $S.
At least 3-icjo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paici. the
lc :_tor may. upon having a survey
macle and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
Si 00 ;.n acre.
Per::.:--, n : y 1 ������ granted by the
Minister I thi Interior to locate
claims      nl  it  ng iron and mica, also
pper, in the Yukon Ti rriti ry, of an
area not e    ��� ���    ng 160 acres,
The patent for a mining location
.hall j ��� ������ : - ���' ��� payment of a
Ri yalty of -'.- per cent, of the sales
of the produ ts of the locatii n.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
lhe N. VS. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are too feet square, entry f.<-
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding 1000 feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in tbe Rivers of Manitoba
anel the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  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 $.0 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims   shail  not   exceed   2S0   feet   in
length, measured on the base line tv
general direction of the creek 01
_ 1] '.. the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. Ai! ether placer c';.::.:s
sh '.'. be 250 ���'���. -.t square.
11ms are marked by two legal
I sts, ne :.t each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days jf the claim is within ten
n ill - of thr mining recorder's office.
extra day allowed for each additional ten ::  ;���. - or fraction.
The ptr-n or company staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The ':T-verer cf a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, :'.iii if the party consists of
tw . 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall br
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings r bench c'a:m;, excep'
tl - S -t.tchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on ea h alternatrvi   li   -���'. >ld.
The  ]    shall  have  a  dredge  in
opera:    n   ������ tl in on n from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but v.hare a person r c'mpany has
bl ned m< re than one lease one
���'-������ lg< : r ��� ich fifteen miles or '- . ���-
tii n then - ��� ������' ent Rental, S;o
; ��� - nnum for each mile of river
I ���' Royalty at tl e rate I ���
and a 1 If per c( nt - ti ���'. :i the
   aft r it excei Is  $11 coo.
Dn g ng in the Yukon Terr tory���
Six le -��� - of five mile; e.;ch may be
granted to a free miner for 1 term of
20 year-: also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position en the
i-t day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The leasee 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
from such date. Rental Sioo per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to tbe
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 held 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 .-eek, gulch or river, by
giving notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least S200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
en any other line. They protect
their trains by thc Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey-
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
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
time-: the breadth. She aid the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sedd 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 S3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate a; may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister  of the  In
terior.
Detit. Interior.
PROFESSIONAL
Notice.
��� 111        '     ..::���      .      :
Fire 1 e Co       1 Hartford
ansferred fi        Mr. Ali
an ler Bi 11 to Mi       . V\ bite & S
���:. ; ���    all  mi I tei ��� a-
ement    transfer 01   rem
ill    outstan lins
��� :.     This   I       a       :'  the
ompanh     which   paid   Its San Fran-
. ��� 1        es in  :ill and 'e the -  tis-
:-- policyholdi
JAMES S. REED,
Special    \_.    It,
Whiteside __
"     ters and sol
Columbia   street.
tV. J. Wluti -
EDM(
Iciiors
NeW
Ii.  L.
'NDS. Bar
Bl ickie B
Westmlus
Edmonds.
-is-
k.,
er.
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Mil J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
��" tor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Hank of Commerce building,  Columbia  street, opposite   po t-
office, New Westminster. Money to
'can.
MARTIN. WEART k McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Of-
_ces: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets,
Vancouver, rooms 21 to .4, 4-13 Granville street. jDseph Martin, K. C, , .
W. Weait, W. (>. McQuarrie, H.A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wiji be In tha
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, ��� posite Court House. New
Westn '.-������ r.    A.  SVhealler, P.< 1. B %
241.
GEORCE E. MARTIN, Barrister ;n'
Solicitor, Guichon block, Ci lum-
bia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B.iC.
W. MYERS GRAY. Barristi r, Solii
I Nol       Public, in       1     e sinci
1391    ��� N' t Westminster, B.C.   1 if-
fie. s removed to Curtis Block, Cla .
son   street, 1 :   osite   Court Housi
P.O.  BOX l'l'.    Ti le] hon.-   .4.
BOAFiD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Bonn] of Trade meets in the
Board Room. City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte. l.v meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May.
August and November, at S 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. Whi'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of ibis
Is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
orethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING SOuOMCN LODGE, r'O. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are .ordially Invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, See.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 459
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. VS. I". Dunlop, VS.
P.;    E. E.  Matthias. Rec.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall fi.-st and
third Friday in each month at is p.
rn. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias.
W. VL.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
.'. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordlallv invited to attend. S. J. May.
N. Q.;   W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. ?.
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
hrethren cordially invited to attend,
Lodge room, A. 6. I*. W. hall. Oddfellows' block, Clarkson si:'1'. C.
S. Conicm. recorder; Louis Win,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Roii Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia S'., a'
& p. ni., Whi'e Ro ������ Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stlnch
combe, Pres., II. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.K.
���Mc"-:s tbe Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visit ing
nrethren are cordlallv invited to attend. .1. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
E
'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. lGth  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
24 Eig&tti, Si N.w Hfssl minster, B.r.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on Ihe Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
_t _ p. m. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SON'J OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month In
!���'��� of p. Hall. John McNlven.
Chief;  J. j. Forrester, Rec. Sec.      ,
*
Annua
Xmas
Drawin
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach  Com'y
Limited
IZE CONTEST
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M.
i Two Prizes $25 in Gold
I
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
'������si
*-���.
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-A11 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
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   Columbia street
^       NEW WESTMINSTER
_____ FRlOffr   OCT. 12, 1906.
THE DAILY (NEWS
ai
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
iber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
'ARMERS ATTENTION!
iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
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Dorchester Pen tent!
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Albert i Peniteni iary, E lm ml ���:.. Albert a.
Modern Woman
Counting    the    "Sili     Pressers.
Why   Some Women Are   Poor
and   Dovvr. In the World   May
Be Revealed at a Glance      ::    ::
,
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lii   tion to thi \
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partment i
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abo.      . - '        �� issued     i
one morning early.  going as usual
downtown iii ji  New York  "L" trail .
lt struck my fancy t>> count the num
ber of  women   1   saw   leaning   up m
their elbows and banging Idly oul ���
windows along  the   rout,'.    The   U
tanco  was   between   six    and   sev
miles,  the   line  of  the  route  oceup'i .
partly  by  business bouses,  partly ':.
apartment  bouses and  tenements.    I
was at  an  bout-  when   every   hou
keeper and every girl would natural:;
be busy either with domestic affairs  \;
something else,    Well, there were fifty
tour of these Idle creatures along o .
s ilie of the s | reel.     1   it tei 1  those  v. '.. ���
were minding children  and   the 01
that wore reading newspapers, s i .
to bc quite  fair.    The  women  lool; ���
untidy  uud   mos Ij   hud   their Blee\ ���
rolled up.   Many uf them bad nol _
combed the r gui     j. tousled hair i
morning,   \ el   thej   \'.r:<  bad  time
their hand i "to burn."
In th" aftorn i >i    g i ng h ime ag
the fani y  sl ru  ..   no to v ���".:.:  tlie I
women hanging out of windows al
the cither side  of the street.    II
between  ���"��� o'i lo If  nud  half  past,  ;
hour   when   nr |] , try   w imeu   v i
naturally be bu y prepar ug dinner i'i
the  children   uu I   the   h ime   c ��..
member ��� of tho : unlly  v ho w ere -  .
gaged   In   business.     Well,    I    v ml
scarcely have thought  it  possible, bul
thatirlp I coumed thirty-nine womci
to        ....
and girls leaning out of windows, gi .
lng al nothing or luto the street,   li in
' '��� Brunette Sawmill i   mpany, Lim-   iu  New   v,���.k  so many   lazy  (omale
ited Liability, on the loth da of No- thus lean In Idleness upon window
veinber, 1906, unless In the meantime ledges that the name of ������sill pressers"
a  valid objection  there       i   made to   has heen given to them.   I noticed, too,
the  tenemenl' covered a basic truth
ank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
'AL  (ALL  paid  up)    $11,000,000
tVB FUND  $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona an d   Mount   Royal,    (I.   C.   M.
O  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   O,   A.   Drummond    President
!���:. S. Clouston Vice PresIdent   an 1   General  Manager.
neral banking business transacted.
inches in all the principal cities in Canada, in  London,  Eng., New
Ihlcago, and St. John's Nfhl, ami correspondents in all parts of the
me in writing   iy a person or persons   lil1' ""' Poorer look
claiming an estate or I        ist I herein
or in any pari I hei e j:'
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Reglstr     Office,  New   West
���  In ���  :-. :: C, Oct. 1". 1906,
women ��i i -....ry on farms asked :
an In i telr pitiful wages; .
waa   li iled ihem by tbe landon
The ;..-.. ���       ien | ���,k up the cause
tbe n rouged     .men and tbe flames o
rebell i  through all the Kus
���Uu.   if a ������ of women workers
wet-,- to Htril America it would I
a  might]   c .     i ij   wouldn't  ll 1
fore nien of   i i    class would I ike I ���
their fight ;��� ihem through.
9   It
Alter disagreeable conditions If v ..:
can.   If you cannot, just accepl i
cheerfully   and   wall   till   the  high ���:
power alters them _,,. you.   Sometl
lt Is only ourselves thai need alteriue
�� K
Dull and brutelike Indeed is tbe lifi
of that woman who bas no aspiration.
if  ��
Have vou beard tlie way In whal,
B bri-.'ht. woman is making an excellent living and something more? She
took advantage of tbe presenl craze for
frequent change of costume among
fashionable woman and made up ��
number of handsome gowns, In so
eases to Individual measures. Than. Isi
stead of selling the gowns, she rents
ihem for sp "-ial occasions to ladio
who m |sb l i npp 'ar to have nimij
frocks. Sovoral dresses are kepi for
the in ." woman. Wbeu the orlgli ;
wearers must have something new, tlie
costumes pass down tbe Bcale and ar ���
rented to cheap customers, Thus ::.
dressi     :o      ������ ��� so.   ral times I he or :���
Inal cosl of a  gov a  a .fore it  is I'm '
coi       iod to o illvlon
V   f
Many   of   the   oldest   fogies   _
British   pei             aro   fi iding   tb ��� i
. dves  fon od  Into polll ics in Bplte ���
themselves.   Radical  England hi -
come tired of the hereditary hous ��� i
lords nnd is working for its overthi	
Titled dam -s lane become alarmed .-,���;���!
hav ���gnnl   d a political society wh i  ���
war cry Is, "Save our bouse of lords.'"
Queer how things come about of thei .
selves after awhile, isn't It?
I don't know who wrote the following sentence, but whoever did has dl
If the av ���
Humor end Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
HEKO IN  DISGUISE
Thi- i- thi   tali     f tl     Mi  -.-���->.
Wii kedi a  i wl a. it
Tousii u a ton ceni  !������ .full ok,
Withoul a I : trait;
Kn"" n a    tl     i       a   I, rror,
Proud he . it tho gang;
i. nowlng om i " dieted
Mil .��s.   was born to hat:.;
Sai'l he wa'ial   - some morning
Strung to a pole or tn e.
Was that the fate of MuggiyT
Was it?   .lust wait and sue.
Strnlling along una (nornlng,
Tough as an owl unb'iled,
Muggsy beheld a strc.-t car-
Right  in lla path a Child!
Innocent   little creature
Clad in a plnafor .
Dirt on Its face �� is plenty,
Though there v.u8��oon_ for more.
Did he rush In ^nd save it.
Scorning reward or fee,
Act like a real st ige hero?
Did he?   Ju t  wait and see.
Baby thai pla. ed bo sweetly,
Innocent,  j aura; and glad,
Was a policeman's daughter;
Muggsy despisi -1 it - ,1 id.
Did he for that, van wonder,
Stan.I like a fellow di ad?
N'e    For he grabbed the street car.
Tossing It ov, i   hla head,
Killing soiie- iartv   people,
Others  are crippled  v.i.
Car was a wreck, but Muggsy
it- bi ued thai ��� hild, van i��� t.
Competent Evidence.
(i'u r min   \
'.THIS   S._".'-.     I
"Do you  think  women  as a  wh ���'
are truthful?"
"Well. 1 have heard several of then
claim lhal thev liked to wash dishes.'
ISAVINGS   BANK
WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
DEARTMENT
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
iadian Bank of Commerce
ip Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
'AI.'.!-:!!,  General Manager. ALEX. LAIRD, Ass:. Gen'l -Manager.
bouse was the moro womeu there were
,-ii the windows. Thai one facl cs
plains why some women are poverty
stricken.
_���   n
I observe that another preacher ha ���
been gaining cheap fame by railing nl
women.    The dodge is as common a.
losing her  jewels  is  to  an  actress  o;
a society woman,    Neither nre clergy-
; men  the   only   people   who  do  this.
Orators of all kinds, some passe writers
' of  both  sexes,   when   tbey  find   the:::
selves  fulling out of  the public cyi !
;  straightway begin and  fetch a swoop
iug whack at women.    Now- It is theii j
extravagance  in dress,  now  their cru- I
elty to one another ami anon the down
right wickedness of those In high plaei ���
Tbe   effect   desired   is   produced,   thi
screeder Hunts Into temporary notorl
ety, and woman goes on her serene wa.l
allee samce, uo harm done.
*  *��
In   an   editorial    concerning   Nancy
Hanks  and  great   mothers   in  general
And all the principal business centers of j Arthur  Brisbane  writes   In   the  New
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI- ' York Journal:   -Should not this cum
TIME PROVINCES. u*y '"' 'i''*'  ' " honor the women who
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and   bave mi  "'���    sl,""l'> il "ot :lt u'llsI
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls. ' uow give to the mothers of tbe country
For Time Tables, etc., address il share '" aelr Kovernment, the right
to vote that i.s given t > tbe vilest man?'
husband would praise his wife as iuu li
to her face as he does when tali:':::'.
about her to another man, the honeymoon would last  forever."
ELIZA ARCHARD CONNER
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Too Heroic . Test.
A Detroit man lasted forty-nine days
in  an  effort   to   Improve  bis   health,
When the time was up not all of tho
Improvements   desired   might   be   no-
1 ticed, but   the  widow  looked very  at
i tractive:  the  neighbors all   remarked
Hazy In History. i bow well black became her.
"Was lt Ham I I win tlHt snl.l, 'There      Just because  it  is a  good  thing  to
la something roi   u In Denmark?"'       j miss a meal occasionally when a man
"I believe so." ' has dyspepsia or when he hasn't got
"What roused his suspicions'*" j the price, some people jump at the con-
"I don't know.   Perhaps he was try-   elusion  that  fasting  wlll cure  corns,
ing out liis play in a district where they I warts and a few of the other stubborn
raised storage eggs for the market."      | diseases   whicb   the   patent   medicines
  ' find such easy money.
Easier-Than It Sounds, While   the   treatment    may   have   a
"What are the duties of a congres-  beneficial effect  on  that  most  au-joy-
sional investigating committee?" I Ing ailment  known  as fiuaiu ' I  om-
"Tbey  are  sent  out   to  actively  on- I barrassnicut.   it  is very doubtful  if it
gage In not seeing and not hearing and   will cure all other trouble, even though
to report lengthily and wise on their
success."
Coin There.
"I don't know about meeting that fellow.    I think he has hayseed in bis
! hair."
������Never mind about that.    He hasn't
any in liis pocketbook."
cc,
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
R X*
Assistant  Gen'l  Passenger ar.t Ticket \     Do you know bow the peasant rev >���
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, IM.       iuti,m started In Russia?   Xbcaeasint
Needn't Bother Him.
���Tan you direct me to Mr. Sullivan?
I am calling on all your patriotic citizens."
������Vou   n In't   go   to   hlm;   he's   the
ward boss." 	
persisted In for months at a time. We
do not remember reading thai prisoners of war became so husky their
friends wouldn't know them when subjected to the treatment without a cent
extra for professional advice.
If a man attends strict!" lo his own
affairs be runs the risk of being called
eccentric,
The worst thing about dull people is
tbey furnish no material for gossip.
Tombstones are the only landman..
that some people leave.
RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
r Rubber Footwear i
FARMERS'   BANKING.
facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
Jhtcl   or taken   for collection.
iNKING   BY   MAIL   Deposits    mav  be made or withdrawn qby mail.
'���An accounts receive everj  a tentlon,
|M:W WESTMINSTER BRANCH���IL R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SsVTURDAY   EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Shingle and Saw
Mill   Machinery
and Waterproof Boots
Now is the time to catch a cold if you haven't footwear that is
waterproof.   Our stock is now complete.   The shoe to
keep your feet dry is
66
The Doctor Special
99
IE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
'arruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
he Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU        ,        C.
This shoe needs no introduction, it having given entire satisfaction
to its large number of wearers.
Ask for it.   Insist on having it.   And don't go without it.
As for Rubbers:   The "Maple Leafs" are the best.   Sold only by
I W. E. SINCLAIR, Reliable Shoe Store
J
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lift
km THE DAILY   NEWS
FRIDAY
.   ���
r
Public Supply Stores
COWAN'S PERECTION COCOA
FREE DEMONSTRATION by Mrs. Lloyd.
All are invited.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
CHEAP   FUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
conies and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
Pheasant Shooting
on the 15th
We can supply you with the
well known
Amberite Cartridge
Also Shooting* Coats and
Vests.  Call and examine
our goods.
ANDERSON
I       & LUSBY
H. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    150.
.... CALL ON....
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PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
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HfcliihiiiilliiniHiiigl
Uncle Peter
By EDITH M. DOANE
Copyright, life, by P. C. Eastment
���    to be supposed that we can offer liirn
Tf
"nen   a   poor,   lonely" old   man���our
father's brother."
Thomas Coleman raised a remonstrating band. "Be reasonable. Elizabeth.    We ile uot know him.    It Is not
l��TTT
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
n-^ii"'-t-..'i-n.tn'"��ri"m"i'>i'nn.i'i
Thomas Coleman, cold, reserved, ambitious, sat at the bead of the heavy
library t.-tt.le. Beside him his pretty
fashionable wife drummed softly wit!
her finger tips on the polished mahogany and watched her husband side way-
out of ber chirk, inscrutable eyes.
The other Coleman, Elizabeth, stood ;
by the window, a letter with a queet
South American postmark in ber hand
"Poor, lonely old man." shesaidsoftly. "Listen. Tom. 'I'm kind of huu-
perin' for the sight of a face that be
longs to me.' and this��� 'I jest want t,
get acquainted with my own f_li;>'���
isn't Unit pathetic?"
"'I   ain't   beholden,1   she   went  on.
scanning tbe letter swiftly.  'I don't ask
no favors, but I'd kind of like t > feel
that  them   that   is   fo   have   tlie  little j
something  I   leave  will have a  kin.ily I
feelin' for the old man who scraped ii '
all together, when he's gone.' "
She looked np with swift comprehension at the tense attitude of the oil: ���;
two. "You <lo not suppose that -littl'
something" can be n fortune, do you?''
she said half nervously.
"It might bi  as well." Thomas Cole
man suggested, "to acquire more defl
nlte information concerning it before
ah���cormnittiug   ourselves."      Thou as
Coleman was a man whom his friends
failed "level beaded."
".May be nothing in it." he added,
"Hut If there should be?" suggested
liis wife, still drumming softly on the
polished wood. Only liis wife knew
how fearfully Thomas Coleman hud.
been hampered In money matters
lately.
"Whether there is or not. he has a
claim unon, us." put iu Elizabeth, hotly.
"I   HAW. COME  ill TAKE YOr  BOMB WITH
Sit"
u home Indefinitely unless we receive
some little���ah���remuneration in the
end."
"Although it would be in line with
Elizabeth's quixotic ideas to do so."
snid Tom's wife, sharply.
Elizabeth was a standing grievance
with iier siBter-In-law Elizabeth, who
was supremely indifferent to the value
of money���Elizabeth, tall and straight
and splendid, who preferred a self
supporting Hfe in a tiny flat to dependence in her brother's beautiful
borne,   and    who   proposed   to   -'throw
Souvenirs!
Post Cards!
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217-219 Columbia Street.
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Insurance
The Most Liberal Policies
covering all occupations
DOUBLE INDEMNITY
For Tram and Railroad
Accidents.
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Boiler Insurance Co.
WHITE X SHILES, Agents
260 Columbia  St.
Phone 8..
Watch This Space
Fcr    f:. I   P.'.culars of the Best Proposition fcr Intense
Fa-m:rrj   ever   offered   In   Brit:sh Columbia
QUEENSB0R0UGH
GARDENS
is the  name of the   new  subdivision   of   several   hundred
acres ot first-class  Delta Land which we will place before
you
Every Facility: Good Water, Electric light, Power,
Telephone.   TERMS EASY.
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Insurance Loans Heal Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New   Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
r_w����r away- on a _i low watm "��-.-
lack was that of money.
She confronted them now Indignantly. "It is a shame!" -he flashed, looking like an enraged priucess, with ber
flamlne   cl ks   and   heavy,   red   gold
huir "A lonely "id man begs for
affection. Be freely offers us all be
has. Be it much or little, it is all. In
return you weigh and appraise and
calculate. <ih." she broke off. "I a"'
ashamed of yen. Let us make bim hon
est]v welcome, whatever be brines."
And lu that first day. while Uie
others held aloof, it was Elizabeth
who. In v, arm hearted, Impulsive fash
lon wi loomed tbe little old man en-
ve' iped In a shaggy greatcoat, who
regarded his "own folks" with shrewd
b] | . eyes which looked out rather
wistfully from tinder the shaggy
brows.
I , the secoud day Uncle Peter up-
I :���....!.   I Thomas Coleman.
"Some mornin' win :i it's convenient
I'd like to go downtown with you. 1
want to timi Willie .Moore's office," he
added apologetically.
Thomas Coleman looked up quickly.
"William T. Moore, tbe lawyer'.-''
The old nnin nodded. "Willie Moore'-'
father and me was boys together, and
I always had considerable confidence
In Willie. I've got a few papers I'd
kinder like him to keep." be added.
The few papers turned out to be ;>---
000,1100 worth of sbure. In the Bl Jim
rez >_old mines.
I'nele Peter's welcome was assured.
For six months he was the recipient
of every attention whicli the solicitude
of his beloved aud happily surprised
nephew "ad has wife could devts*,
Then, one day. like a bolt from a clear
s'i.v. the storm hurst.
The 1.1 Juarez mines were flooded!
The rumor started in the Mining Exchange when stock that bad been SloO
was quoted at .*J." a share; then the
reporters got it and the journals
flaunted treat headlines of "Panic Iu
Wall Street:" "KI Juarez Mines Flooded !" Later the report was confirmed,
nnd hy '.', o'clock the share-: of th" EI
Juarez mines were not worth the paper
on  which  they   were written.
The old man to whom the mines had
been a lifelong companion stared des
perately at ihe flaunting headlines,
then, covering his face wiih his rough,
worn band, gave way to his grief with
the abandon of a child.
"Them mines was jest like m. ov i
child." he sobbed. "I knowed they
wasn't actln' up jest rlghl when i lefl
'em, but 1 never suspicloned they'd
fetch up where they bev," and again
tears Honed unrestrainedly down the
furrowed  cheeks.
Disappointed, Imblttered, almost mad
deued hy the loss of sorely needed
wealth Just within his grasp, Thomas
< 'oleman broke tin- silence.
"Don'l worry," he said coldly. "Vou
nr,- not too old yet to find some suitable employment"
Dncle Peter looked up iu astonishment, then as the meaning of the cruel
words dawned upon him his face went
suddenly and pitifully white.
"I kinder thought if I was ever in
i trouble 1 could depend on my own
folks." 'I'he old voice quavered plte-
ously as tlie curtains parted and Elizabeth entered tbe room. Sweeping pasl
lhe others, she took the old man's
hands in her young ones.
"I have come to take you borne with
me," she said simply.
"But the mines." he said unsteadily.
"Never mind. There isn't much room
in my little flat, but there's a loving
welcome, and soon"���she blushed happily "there will he a little bouse in
tbe suburbs."
"lint how ahout that young feller
you're koIu' to marry?" questioned the
old man doubtfully.
"He told me to come for you." an
swered Elizabeth, with proud, happy
eyes.
The old man rose and, still holding
Elizabeth's hand, faced Thomas Coleman and his wife.
"You said 1 wasn't too old to find
suitable employment." he said, "and I
ain't. I've found it. I'm goln' to buy
that house out in the suburbs, and il
won't be nn little one. either. An' I'm
goln' to set tin- young fi Iier up i::
whatever business he wants to be set
up i.i. an', what's more. I'm goin' to
give Elizabeth a million dollars in government bonds ler her weddin' gift. I
aln'l through with ihe other million
yet, hut when I am --he an' her chll
dren gits it. My money wan't lu them
mines, j told Willie Moore how they
wu/. actln' up. au' he took it out fcr
me ihree months ago. 1 ain't denyin'
I Vli bad ahout 'em. hut 't wnrii'l tin
money I wuz thin kin' of.
"Sn." la- repeated, "I warn'l thlnlcln'
of the money, an'" he patted ber
hand lovingly   "neitherwuz Elizabeth,
hut."   he added  slowly,   with  a   shroud
glance at Thomas Coleman's white,
baffled face, --it kinder looks as though
there's others thai WUZ."
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W. S. COLLISTER & CO 3
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I FURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in'stoek.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. TALES,
A   71>; ami 718 Columbia St.   (Four I Hears.     Rear Extensa n. Fr':.-. .���..-���. I
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Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Wani, Madam?
8.We have a good selection, and the prices will      b,<*
please you.
()ur Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
j Electric Railway Service;
30 Minute Service during !*��
malnder of day. t ran-'"'il t
Leopold .Place. '
Sunday   Service  half-hourly t*��
InterurD.n Line.
Car., for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7::i" ..ml v 10
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
G.30 a. m. !o 11  p. in.
20 Minute a.rvice���so transfer.
Between 12 and _ and a and 7.
tween   .   a.   ni.  and   1" !'��� %|
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City and sapperton. ��� ���'<
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Sapperton Line���la Minute - JH
vice, excepi  between -      )
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',..'11 -     ']���������     -���: {   .th**,
halt hourly. ���'vio.'lt'lj
Sunday  Service   Half '"���_____"
tween  S             ami  I ':    )I_____F
Enough has peen sum about s im<
things before the subject Is Intro
due
Truth telling pays, and for the matter of that  lying has  I n  known  to
turn the same trick.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Lt<-j|��
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FORJ STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE, OF
Root Pulpers and Sliced
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders]
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above nia^l
ines include Fleury's, Cockshu" I
and Dick's makes.
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The ui,in who lives near another's
ben roost should always have some
good explanation handy lest he should
be obliged to call the doctor suddeni.
to pick blrdshot out of his back.
oatti
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited

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