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,, YIK i, NUMBER 197
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OCT 26 1906
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2.'). 1906.
^CTORIA. B.C
10 CENTS PER WEEK
\HT AND STORM
DO NOT DA UNT THEM
lant Little Japs Drift Thirty Miles Down  Fraser
in Cold and Darkness, on An Upturned Boat.
RAISULI SCARES TANGIER
.
, :   all   nlghl   on
upturned   Ashing
time,   perished
��� ���,,.   right  hold  of
��� ..:..,��� i  them, two
, i)   ivere   | Icked   up
ISl   as   the    daj
e of i lie employes of
, .��� ���   mills.
.:;   men ha I   to
..    rescuers,   but
tlll . . cured their up
hold of the oars and
. ��� b    to  row   back
ng
hey
. ,     assistance righted On
��� ,  their journey
sometimes the  : oal    Irifted
tc  the hank   thai   the.   i ci im  almi -t
reach  It    Bul   theii   bi _ I feet
ver,. so numl   Ihat thi lot re-
li ase their hold upon thi    ��� ���    of thi
boat, to which thi        ins fi    ..���.
v. Ith a perslsteni m    '      of tbe raci
which   made  the B      an   beai   lurn
Th"   plucky , tail   1U1,|  ,���,,���.     -pp,    s ..   .  . |ng   p) . .
the story is thai after I   irteei   ' ���
exposure  t,, the bittei   col i  the  I m
Japanese should e able ti  hi Ip tlw a
selves ami theii rescuers    Thej  in a
Ished on leaving Millside i nd did not
current    to    'he    . yen    leave    theil ll        -     ' :,;.-     the
thanked  them,   names of the little brown heroes can
not be handed down ���    ... at. rity.
to  o������	
Tangier, Oct. 24���The   situation  at  Arizilla,
j which wa.s recently seized by Bengaros tribesmen,
has been intensified by the pillage of the residence of
the local pasha, who narrowly escaped capture, and
arrived here half naked. Raisuli, the bandit chief,
j who held Ion Perdicaris, an American citizen, for
| ransom in May, 1904, believing that the Sultan has
promised his head to the American minister, Mr.
Gummers, is taking vengenance on the Moroccan
authorities. Owing to the fear of an attack on
Tangier, the patrols in the outskirts of the city have
been doubled.
be  helped
TWO ARE MISSING
WHICH  WAS HE?
Indians From Surrey and Mission   Suspect   Man   Found
Drowned Was a Member of Their
Tribe.
A theory has
some of the Indians from across thi
river that may lead lo the Identifies
tion of the bo ly which was found
lb atlng In the Fraa r river on Monday
:. and which was buried in tbe potter's ih id the nexl day, as no clue
ci uld be obtained as to the Identity
of the dead man.    One of the Indian-.
Mohammedans Build
Mosque at Millside
.   jape  told   was that
...    |n   the   vicinity   of
...   about dusk,  when
.  ��� ��� .     pul up  llieir sail,  a
��� .��� m broadside on and
1  iat.     The)     were   both
i  swimmers,  and   in  spite
, r  ci.:   and   tin- swiftness
...  succeeded in as-
Insurrection   Sucoreesed.
Washington,   oc  ,24.���Th.   following  cablegram,   la-. |  Oi t.  22,   fn m
Commander  Southerland,   was    rm p.
public   to-day:    "rhe   Insurrection    in
Santo Domingo has   been meet --fully i
; ut  down.    All of the   ��� .ol i-i- nary
leaders have quitti i the Island.    Am-
nesty has heen granted ti   all parties
concerned i;i  ;. ,   revolutii a, 1 nd last
the   on   to  the  bottom   advices show thai tranquility pr< .aile
.. ;  boat.    By  this time   all over the country.   Thi   Dominican I
ned   for   a   considerable   national   forces   will    b.    withdrawn
although they yelled as   from the  recent!.,   disturbed  districts
mu!.!  for help, the   as soon as possible.
��� o	
The   l< .   il  Mahomi tans v.,1. . have gion in Canada, and there is no doubl
"a   '..  rking  a:   Millside  fo     some that the Sikhs from all ihe surround-
... ntbe past have sorel.  fell tp.  need tn.; country  will  regularly  visit  New
oi a   place of  worship, and as a  con- Westminster  for   the  purpose   of  per-
ci --:. :, ���    these followers of the faith, forming their devotions at the shrine
ate1  aa  extra,  inducement    to   other of their prophet, according to the will
Sikhs now preparing to leave India's of  Allah,
strands : ir :'.������ purposi of found-  0��� ���
lag a home in this country, a mosque
... . 11 to I e erected n< ar the river
front .:'  the rear of the Fraser River
led   -"  loudly   through   the
a   ..    splashed so nois-
ankS,    'hat    the   cries
:   by  their   friends   on
id thi   swifl current   carried
i;   ��� a  thi  nighl
Sets  Gcod  Examole.
Toronto. Oct. 24.���Al  a meeting of
the directors of  lhe  Consumers  Gas'
fo. this  morning,  thi   price of   gas
I'ln   dark'-    wtis reduced from SOc !<   7"' pei  1,000
ipon    them,  and I feet.
II LEFT BEHIND
lit MOTHER STUDIES
.r.c-.-e   'or    Education
Places Children   in  the
Orphanage  Here.
1,
ami
as   paying
eorge
minei
.  lence o.phanagi
the   application
a     eing   tea 1"   bj
E I war I La Bi nti .
'and refused to be comforted b. tin
kind-hearted sisters, who did their
utmost 10 console them. Mrs. La
Bonte's rea--on foi leaving "An children behind is thai shi believes she
will get through :;���.- educational
course much quicke il sh( has not
the care of the chii . ������ n on her hand-,
and the knowledge 'ha' the, will be
well cared for in '������ 1 1 senci is the
1 ae sweet drop In I hi I ittei cup of
Norris : parting.
mills.    Tin   plans for 'he edifice are j
complete, 1 n ! the work will be begun '
In a   few  days  bj   Messrs. Parker A.
White, contractors, of Millside.    The
li   ling  will   be  ahout   lap  feet  Ions
; :���   ' "   wi ha   an ;    will    be a   frame
structure,    it is tiie Intention of the
contractors to have   be mosque com-
pieti I i.n ahout a month's time.
'���   ���   :��� ligious exercises  among  the
I devout   followers cf lhe  prophet   Mahomet   bave   been conducted   by' well
meaning a 11 unauthorized Sikhs since
the advent  of the  East   Indian  horde.
���    tinu    has   arrived   when   the
ii .es the services of a duly
���  liti I   1 v.ounder    of the    Koran
-���' iuld   be  secured,   and   the  Learned
gentleman who will expound the law
I to his fellow men is now In Victoria,
and    3 expi cte I   to arrive here  very
-    rtl.     This  prophet  is coming out
��� ���   .���   missii narj   among   his   people,
and :<��� bim will fall the task of guarding his flock from the contaminating
ini .< ' ���     ���   the  white  man's  minister,  who  .-nay try  to  converl   isolated
of tlie   Punjabees   to the
Have No Particulars.
Washington, Oct. 24.���With the exception of a brief communication from
Ambassador Wright, containing certain clippings from Japanese papers
showing the feeling of resentment
which the Japanese people are < x-
hibitlng over ihe anti-Japanese sentiment in California, the state department has had nothing to indicate that
this feeling exists. Fear is expressed,
however. lhal persisten agitation may
result In an anti-American boycott in
Japan that will dwarf In magnitude
the injury inflicted on American trade
in the orient by the boycott in China.
Jews Are Gratified.
New York, Oct. 24.���"President
Roosevelt's proposed appointment of
Mr. Strauss to a place in his cabinet
i- most gratifying." said Jacob H.
s< hiff to-day. "Mr. Strauss' appointment is nol only a well deserved eom-
plimenl   to the   man   and  bis qualifl-
been advanced by! does no: correspond. Dan's last ap-
I earance in the police court was on
Aug. 25, when he was charged wilh
having intoxicants in his possession,
aid lined $25 and costs, llis height
and general description was entered
on lhe charge sheet, and this hardly
tallies wilh that of the dead man.
Dan's height is given as live feet.
Dan, Policeman Billy's sou, has been live and a half inches, while lhe un-
missing foi' some Mine past, an 1 as f< rt mate unknown was som,. inches
no trace of him can he found any- taller. However, to set iheir minds
where, the Indians have come to th,. al rest, a deputation of the Surrey
conclusion that he must he the un Indians Is coming over to inspect, the
fortunate whose dead and decomposed el.ects found on the body, and wii!
body was rescued from the Fraser also examine tlie two photographs, in
early this week. | the hope that they may discover some
Han has always been known as a clue that will enable them lo jiosi-
rather wild Indian, and bis periodical tively identify the dead man.
appearances in ihe police court, where The Mission Indians have an idea
If has been lined several limes for that the body is that of Cultus Sam,
having been found in possession of who disappeared from the vicinity of
I liquor, lends credence 10 the idea that 1 .Mission some time ago. Some of his
he may have fallen off a wharf while friends were in lhe city yesterday
Intoxicated and been drowned before making enquiries, and from the de-
help could reach him. The Indians scriptions they give of Sam, his per-
complain that ihey were not apprls- s nal appearance and dress, there
ed of the discovery of the dead man's would seem to be reasonable grounds
body until it had been buried, and for their belief. They had not trou-
state that in all probability they could j bled themselves very much about
I have recognized the features of the ' Sam's disappearance, as he was in Ibe
dead man. A photograph of the dead , habit of taking streaks and going off
man found in one of the pockets of: by himself for a time. He was said
! the corpse is In possession of the to be of a more than usually taciturn
Indian agent, but up to the present disposition, with a powerful appetite
it has not been recognized by anyone, for fire water, which he got as often
The Indians' theory that the dead as possible. The acquaintances did
I body may he that of missing Dan is not hear of the body being found till
net given much credence in police -esterday, and came down immediate-
circles, as the description of the two  ly to find out particulars.
WILL SPEND HIS LIFE
IN PENITENTIARY
Was  Sentence  Pronounced  on  Jimmy
Scurzum  by Judge  Irving
Yesterday.
For committing  the crime of  rape
condemnati a
case will come
fort night  hence.
and al     . 1 -. at on
tea   Wash.,   where
course Ln one
is   she  is  <!'���-
! elf for th" man!-
��� soon to surround
11 : the leading
I' Morey,  Idaho.    Bd-
I       '   "   ��� ntlj   sold   out  his
Ihe Movie  mines,
realize 1 he start-
��� i'ii  of  the line
I                'I  - acting a suits' establishment of
mil   whal   he con-
���   opening in
'������  asking his
ll  was at this
"iis of her I'dti-
theniselves on
still  quite a
��� '   determined to
- educa-
ad In his
end   ia  \lew,  on  accoun
for  having | the  gulf.
cations, but  al  the same time a re
cognition  of the  good  citizenship of {en the i.e: son of a young girl named
Dreyfus Goes to Law. the  wyte  man's  minis-   lhe Jews of the United States." Ellen   Castle, of  Vale,  Jimmie Spuz-
Paris, Oct. 24.���Majoi   Alfred  Drey-   ter, who may try to converl isolated ��        "��� zum,  an   Indian   ticket-of-leave   man,
fus has broughl suii against theLibre   me -     oi   thi    Punjabees   to ihe Drawing Gold From Canada.        j was sentenced  by  Mr. Justice  Irving
Parole for  refusing I    correct   state-   hati I Christian religion. \ .-, Vl���.ki 0ct. 24.���The New "fork | vesterday  to the penitentiary for the
ments made-in that pi er which were The Millside mosque will be the) branch of the Hank of Montreal to- rfcSt of his life, 'lhe case was one of
at variance with thi I. dsion of the first ediflci especially built for the;,lay received $1,000,000 gold coin from | tDe most cold-blooded assaults whicli
conn of cassation, July 12. annulling   ��� ���������      ��� thi    Mohammedan   reli-Canada
his    condemnation    withoul    re-trial.   =    " ���' ��� =
The case will conn   . a hi
I
rl
Smart Work of Local Polce.
A smart arrest was madi .esterday
afternoon by Chief Mcintosh and De- Tl.
ti ctive Bradshaw, w ho received information from Vanci ������ i thai a young
man. whose d< i Lpti a was given,
was wanted in the Terminal City I 1
stealing a suit of clothes and a rain
coat al Hastings The wanti I man
was located and 1 lai ��� I undei arrest
li ss than thirty minutes afti 1 receipt
of the information
1 STHI.NfiE.NT HEIiLLATIONS
DIMINISH SEAL CATCHi
FIELDING AND WELDON
ME THE CANDIDATES
Rookeries Are N'ew Mere Strictly
Guarded, and Fewer   Seals
Are  Slaughtered.
Nomination in Queen's-Shelburne Tc. k
Place   Yesterday���  Great   Interest   Shown.
��� lias ever  been  tried  In  the  local  assize court, and the jury was only out
I for a short time when they returned
and    gave    a    straight    verdict    of
'. -'Guilty."    His lordship very promptly
pronounced the above sentence on the
pi isoner.
VS. C.  McQuarrie appeared  for the j
and which corresponded with the
color of the hair of the victim. The
jurors were somewhat curious about
that particular piece of evidence, and
asked for its submission to them for
inspection.
The verdict was expected by those
who had listened to the case through-
cut, and a murmur of approval passed
around ihe room as his lordship pronounced sentence of life Imprisonment
upon the prisoner.
Spuzzum took his sentence very
quietly, and so far as the observers
could tell, tt had no effect upon him.
He was taken later In the day back
to his old associations at the pen.
That was the closing case of the
assizes, and the jurors were dismissed. Of the two civil suits one was
settled out of court and the other-
was left over to be tried by a special
jury at a later date.
The Weather.
Victoria.   Oct.   24.���Since
yesterday
Stormbound   Vesse's
number  el   boats
Sti neston  yi Bterda.
\
A     con-hb: a-
'..ere   tied   up   :      .- ��� ���- ���-������.���.'   ." - ��� ��� ������������.-
o)     he   ro igh  weather in
Si Idoin   has  there  1 een   a
to the   heavier Bwell than there has been for
o a   ilngl ei.   (let.   -' i. ���The  depart-,
menl   . :   .-��� mmi 1 ���������   an I  la ior to-day
ma '������ public I he catch 0    he season
at ihe P Ef Islands.   For the y< ar
1 a,.-.' J i]j .;:. on St Paul Islan I, 12.
' .���;.: .... taken id on St, Geoi v.
y, ���: [905 1 1 ��� wen 1 l."G. seal
tin ipe 1 lands and
��� ' oiu..  i!" I thi   ���   ���������  ���   I1.12S.   In | re
-    ..i la a    thi     regulations
the ' atchi -
24.���This
. an important  storm area has spread
crown, while Myers Gray acted as the   . .     . ...   ...... .
,      ' ,    . . in.and across this island: il has oaus-
voluntary defender   ol  the   prisoner,
und as his defence admit.ed that the ed '* st>utherly gale on the coast and
i crime had been committed, aud all the Bound and strong winds on the
Ithe circumstances, save that  Jimmie  Strait   of Georgia.    Heavy   rains are
Liverpool.   .\* S.,    Oct.
nomination     day   for     Queen's^Shel-   He endeavored to prove that the prls-
l.urne.    Hon, Mr.   Fielding  and   R. O.   oner ll',li   been   sleeping  in  a   wagon
... ,. . ...     ....      .  ���       nol   far   from   tbe   home  of  the  girl.
Weldon were   nominated,    "he  lom
[ and had nat  been al the house at nil.
meeting this afternoon was the  lan
1 st   ever   held   In    Uvei pool.    Gn al
n imbers of people  from all ovi r the
ls ! had been the perpetrator of the crime.
also   general   west   of  the   Cascades.
The weather east of the  Rockies is
W la a     thi
vi   ��� tu , " !������-.- sti .ti-' ni
were   uiu     la 'ger.
cotin     vi ere in tow n.   ,\ BpeciaJ train
;aai'i"h: over 500 from Shelb ���        nd
������'���'mediate  points.
:��� moon,
���   lations on
���a 1 a heart-
part ol thi
- ��������� took plaie.
���   I   thai   -heir
���   ai   them
the pasi two la. -. In this porl 1
number of ves-. Is bl b bad Intended
going outside 1, maine 1 tied up q iii I
ly at the various wharves. The Restless was to have taken the hull ol the
Storm King an ond to Vancouver, but
remained In port instead.
khmen  Demand
Eight Hour Day
���
1
-"      P.      !l.
, ���        ��� '   the  Bro-
I I    .   D,   re-
after pre-
������   the
1 ��� Ight-hour
'���    ��� :������ now
M   . '        the
������
���  ���
It
ll
it is
any de-
Men days
the expiration of which time the railroads have been asked to grani a
conference.
 o- ���-
He   Stays   at   Toronto.
Toronto.  Oct.   24.���Prof.   Frederick
Tracy, of the University of Toronto,
who hist week attended the teachi rs'
convention of the province of Quebec,
in  Montreal, has declined the offer of   fng  such    ���        1 lives
of Acadia  universit)   sary and"  1 '
Kronerty Increasing in Value,
I hi   Vancouver gentleman  who  recently boughl  the old Lewis propei ty
a! the ci mi 1 ol Beg ile and Columbia
.   eets   tor  $20,010  has   been offered
an advance of $2,000 en his property,
Put   has   declined   to   pari    wilh   the |
same.    Other property holders in this!
I |ty   are  holding   tight  to  their  busi-!
ness   blocks, and a good mauy offers
bave been  refused   In   the last few-
days.   ,\. swanson. proprietor of the
Frasei hotel, was offered a high price
t .,  his hotel at the beginning of this
week, but refused to sell out.
i imblan    bust Ital.      Mr.    Cam;
trouble has proved   to  be of a   var.
mild character, and  he is now- so far
recovered   that   he   looks   forward   t
being  released   from   the   hospital   in
the course of a few days.
-o
The jury on the case was as follows:
Ini wati . foreman; Edwin Davis.
\ J, Dawe, Andrew Duffey, .las II
Blacl .-.nod. E, VV. Cook. W. A. Camp-
��� II, E. A. Crawford, A. I) Clark, .1.
il. Bo��man, F. C. C, Chadsey, c. il
J' i.irk, 'I hey listened to the case
��� atti ntivalj aad asked a number
ei a ilnti 1 questions af the prisoner
-.dan he was placed in the box by his
counsel. One exhibit in the case
which was product 1 in court was 1: i Lower mainland���Moderate or fresh
piece cf 'hah- which had been found winds on tbe strails; unsettled and
oi   the sleeve of the prisoner's coat,  mild with rain.
f Ii . ud mild.
Tempo:
attires:
Min.
Max.
V   t'i	
..    is
65
V i'ii ouver ..  .
1.",
55
Mi w   Westminst
er   . .
..     4(1
54
Kamloops ..  ..
..     Id
112
Bark .ilie..  ..
..   :;t;
���
Vtlin	
32
42
I ' .-\ -an	
..    is
26
111
(12
48
Portland  ..   ..
..    48
82
San  Francisco..
Til
"As Told in the Hills."
The engagemeni of "As Told in the.
Hills," the new melodrama of western!
ide. will he seen to-night al the opera I
house. The play is regarded as Hie
best of the new offerings of the sea-!
-on in tlie melodramatic line, and has;
Russia Is Still
Torn By Strife
W.usaw,   Oct.    24.���Wholesale    ar-
Juror Taken Sick.
William   Camp:"';,   of    Abbotsford
, .���, 0f t],,   furors al the assises, was  and the play is written with true drn
auddenly   -. .   I   while In   the court   otitic skill and literary excellence.
,',,������   With   a  slight   attack   of  heart !
failure.    Dr.   Dn .
tuck chargi     '    ;
fei with unqualified success from Its {rests and domiciliary searches con-
first performance. It has a strong tinu.. The police aided by troops are
plot,  original and  cleverly conceived,.1'1"1"'"."  down  all information obtain-
. asi
: resent  and
administer-
the   presidency
it   in Nova Scotia.
h   ild  be
With  Neatness and Despatch.
.1   ������ neces-J     Fresno.   Cal.  Oct.  24.���By  clouting
the  sufferer   big Rube Vickers all over the lot, the
. Royal  Co-j Basin Eaters won to-day's game.
Md : 1 om former terrorists, who are
now serving the government as detectives. The situation is growing more
ser'cus, The 'authorities arc preparing rigorously to stamp out tbe alight-
.- st disturbance.
Ov'ing io the postponement of the
execution of certain terrorists, the so-
cfalists have withdrawn their procla-
tiaticu  for a. general strike.
Liberal Rally.
There was a rousing rally of the
Young Liberals of Vancouver In the
Terminal City, Monday evening. Mr.
McPherson, MP., was Ihe chief
speaker, and delivered an address on
political questions which was greatly
pplauded by his hearers.
!���
1 THE   DAILY  NEWS
t'--::ay.
*1
PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS
VISITED DT GRAND JLKK
CONDENSEO   STORIES.
G.neral   Approval   Expresses   of   Man-
agemet ���Criticism  of Jail
Conditions.
The    following    presentment     was
na nie I.. the grand jur; :
To the Honorable Mr. Justice Irving:
We. the grand jury, beg leave '<>
make  the  following  report:
From our limited inspection of the
provincial jail, we are not in a position to criticize the management nor
the facilities except that the general
impression was good, aud that the
apartments were neat and clean, well
ventilated and evenly heated, und the
proper sanitary appliances installed.
Of course, ihere were the complaints
to be expected from the inmates, but!
our impression was that all reason-J
ade precautions were taken. There
were one or two things, however,
which seemed to us to deserve mention. There seemed no- the proper
provisions for the separate Incarceration and treatment of those waiting
trial and those convicted. Neither
does there seem the adequate provision, either in room "���, in ���!;" time
r ;���:: c ions, far ��� ic ne is iar; exercise compatible with -ur i health.
(oo- visit to tla- ,t      ( hospital
fat' ihe Insane was a revelation as to
i.e i' ness, provision for comforl ami
hoall b ami efficient m u agemen gen-
erally. Dr. Doherty .���.;: I his assistants seem very well qualified and
equipped for their duties.
The Royal Columbian li ispltal, the
last [dace visited, we thoroughly inspected under the attentive direction
of Miss Martin. This institution
seems fully up to lhe mark as regards
management and appliances, only
that it. seems overcrowded, and we
leanie 1 with pleasure ,,;' ���>. proposed
new building, which seems very
timely.
On behalf of the grand jury.
W. C. BOWMAN,
Foreman.
In reply, Mr. Justice Irving thanked
the jurors for the efficient manner in
which they had fulfilled their duties,
and for Uie care they had given to
the various cases laid before them.
The recommendations ihey had made
with regard to the separation of lhe
prisoners at the provincial jail from
those who wore their awaiting their
trial he considered a very wise one,
and he would see that Iheir recommendations were placed before the
proper authorities. With that he dismissed them.
The meeting of the Anti-Tuberculosis society which was to have been
held in the hoard of trade room yesterday afternoon was postponed on
account of the small attendance of
members, only a few of those interested braving lhe elements and showing up at the appointed hour. After
waiting for some time, the meeting
v.as adjourned until a future date.
Some informal discission as to the!
Lest means of securing subscriptions
for the building of the proposed sanitarium then took place, but owing to
the small number present nothing,
could lie decided.
��� o	
Two halfbreeds  who were  charged
i
with having been drunk and incapable were fined $2.50 and costs in the
police court yesterda,,- morning. These
vere the only cases to occupy the attention of the magi strate, an 1 he sir-
ling was a., short  one.
How  a   Shrewd   Hotel  Clerk  Tested  an
"Honest"   Mar.
Tlie late ex-Senator Mabone of
Virginia was trying to effect a settlement with a man who be knew to
be dishonest. The man declared lie
was above suspicion and wanted the
ex-senator to be careful and Dot accuse 111 iii of double dealing. "I
won't accuse you," the ex-senator
drawled, "but I'll tell you a story of
a man who knew himself to be thoroughly honest. This fellow registered late at night at a popular hotel
iu a big city. His sporty look anal
general demeanor made the hotel
clerk wary, and he promptly sa:.'
that every room was occupied. '.\ .
come off/ said tlie sport, Tin just a.
good as anybody, and I must lur -.
at least, a bed  to sleep in.'   The
Canada's
Monster
Crop
Thi.-, Is a banner crop year for Canada :n qualit. as well as quantity.
Never before has such a huge crop of
oats been safely harvested; never before has the quality been so good.
THE BRACKMAN - KER MILLING
CO.'S buyers and elevators all over
Western Canada have secured the
pick of this wonderful crop, of finest
oats, and by the aid of the new and
powerful machinery in Iheir various
mills, have quickly transformed them
into the famous B. & K. ROLLED
OATS. Every grocer has now a stock
of B. & K. ROLLED OATS milled
from this season's wonderful crop.
This Is practically direct from the harvest field to your breakfast table.
SPROn-SHAW
BUSINESS INSlilUIE
LIMITED
336 Ha.'ings St. W. Vane mver.
Bookkeeping. Oregg ani Pi*nnn
Shorthand, Telegraphy an 1 Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
.  Forty-Five   Typewriters
i   Students Always in Demand.   }
R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST���
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re South Pari of Lot 3, Bl ck :,. New
\. istminsti r Su urbs.
\ , .. tificate of In lefeasible title, to
the above property will be Issued  I i
��� ���. Br inette Sawmill Company, Lim-
I .,| Liability, on the 15th day of November, 1906, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me in writing by a person or persons
��� liming an estate or interest therein,
ir in any part thereof.
C. S. KK1TH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office, New  Westminster, B.C., Oct. 10, 1906.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
. _
empresses:
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA-HOUSE
THURSDAY, OCT. 25th, '06
W.   I-*    Mann   ares.ars   a   pla.   you
i -'ti!'. il a;v ird to miss
As Told
in the Hills
18.000 I EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN ) 14,5'JO
H. Power \ EMPRESS OF IRELAND i      lov
Travel In the s ime w i; as . ur letters, ll is the quickest, safest an I
mosl   economical.    Nexl   sailing  Nov
in.   For pai' li il 'i - applj I i
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R.  AGENT.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia bt.
Th ���   ml.   railway  running   th
.��� ers  oi 1 tourlsl cars.    Best equlp-
: , ���'.
Train f >r Seattle leaves la m
���   e a Expr iss al  13.40
Fo    rates,   reserval   i       ind       te
apply to
ED. G :'   ,1
C.   P.  R   Ag ���:.'.
Ni ... Westm ns  ���
E.   J.   COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger    Agent,
Vancouver.
NOTICE.
Great NortheT^j
Time Tab!,
���*COMFORTABLEvJ
V.W.&Y.Ry
Daily NEW
Leave; WESTMINSTER ***'
9720am is,, Be r, ,���.,,*'
4:35 ���:n a ��*��
'':'.   Ml    y.r    '
|n��h,    Everett
?pe ".-      ua
[Portland
4:.", pm Sp0] .,,..      ,,
IPaul    ,:,  J   ��
points East
B.20 am|Anacorte
I* V.     i:E
Itm ���
8:00 pm Vancouvei      ,,1
M5pb ;jj
Lv'     Ne��      ���        :..:i,-,. ,
Guichon v. .
6   p.   in..   '.;   .
Fr: lay
8:45 a. m. a
'j: I0 a, :,.
Route   fthel
"ORIENTAL    LIMIT J
2���Dai / Ov  ���  i, ��� TraiJ
Bpokan i. St. P       ���     .'
Wtnt;;,,.
Louis and
!���' ir
r:''"--   : Im,
cab on
]������   i      ' ...
I! ink of i
x '"���
s. <;. VER -...
i lorner Sei on I   .        ::;
lum'uia St., Si
GREAT   CAST���SECOND   SEASON      Baggage  delivered    promptly  to  my
"why, that old  man   in  my  itoom  13
dead!"
clerk said he had one bed not occupied, but the man who slept in it
must be not only honest, but above
.suspicion. In strong language the
sport asserted that he was all ri��,rht
and hnd never done a dishonest act.
Then the clerk explained that he
had a room with two beds in it,
and the farther one from the door
was occupied by an old man, an
eccentric millionaire, who insisted
upon sleeping with a bag of precious
stones under his pillow. This old
man retired early, slept soundly, and
got up late. If the sporting man
would agree not to strike a light.
not to disturb the sleeper, but to
undress quietly and net up early, he
might occupy the bed near the door.
Ifo readily agreed, saying he had
often slept in rooms where other
parties had great wealth in gems
lying around loose. Three hours
after he had been shown to the room
he rushed downstairs in his pajamas, quivering with excitement,
and exclaimed to the clerk.
"'Why, that old man in my room
i.s dead; dead as a doornail!'
"'Yo., I know it. How did you
find it out ?' queried the clerk."���
Leslie's Weekly.
By far the best dramatic production
of to-day.
Everything   new.     New   specialties.
ae-.v   scenery,   new   electrical effects,!
uew cos'umes.
Seats   on  sale   Tuesday   at  Ryall's
drug  store.
Prices 75c, 50c and 25c.
THEY ALL COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
''fico 'Phone 1S5.       Harn VDon". 137
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land J. MOWBRAY
Surveyor                         Columbia Street. New Westminster.
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.   	
li i v lng sold oul the bic ��� cl i .al re-
; iir a isiness, we v. ill i arry on the
electrical  busin < iluslvelj   In  the
future,   and   Will   carr..-   a   full   Sl ick Of
��� ��������� erj thing In  thai  line thai  Is to   ie
ind  in a flrsl class sho i,
House  wiring will  be promptlj   atti n le I  - '.  and  our  prices  on  evei
thing will be found as low as th ise ol
any   other   business  concern   of   this
kin I   m the coast.
COOK'SS. G. TIDY,    Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
r u     D , _=. ���.��_-r        Wl"le Hogs
Lorree ralace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,        -       -       35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to S p.m.
He Knew.
"You know what a stitch in time
does."
"Yes, it cost a bio' surgeon's fee In
my case."
Ejsy to Suit.
"What  quulilieatlons  would you iie
mand iu a husband?"
"Well, he must wear trousers."
: Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS ""UK      S/XLC
AND FLORAL DESIGNS. Young  breeding stock  of prize-win
ning   inimals.   Come an ! see or ��rite
Telephone A154 nr address 4th  Ave- .
elephone.
nue and 10th Street.
W. R. AUSTIN,
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C. B. C. Moilllfflental WOfliS
All kinds of Ship  repair       JAMES WcKAY- Proprietor,
work. 	
<-., . in -r.    -i i ��� Importer  and   manufacturer of
Ship and Scow   Building*
mrs. m. m. cook,  \ a specialty. Marble and Granite Monuments
Trap,, Bloc,   . Proprietress.  Jailmates     promptly   fu, ^^
Columbia St.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster, B.C.
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster.  B.  C.
Purchase Nol
N'otlce is hi
after date   I   li :
Chie     Conn
".-:������
vlng . -
the mouth of ���
dl .1 ricl    i' >mi    ���
i W.  Ms,  \   :.
the south    ia
al  the moul ng .- I
chains    .oui
i hains north   o t
following sl u
mencement, conl
o ��� less
Vug   27, 19   ���
Lo '    '  I
Per FRANK  VANDAI
Oct. 24,   1906.
Grand Trunk
Excellent Train ServiceBq
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toil
Montreal, Quebec,]
Portland,
And all the prin.;; i     isinefltj
ONTARIO, QUEBE       I   j
TIME PROVINCESj
Also to BUFFALO, NEWlf
PHILADELPHIA,  via S'i��l
For Time Tab ::
GEO.  W. VA.X.
Assistant Gen'l Pa       ���   '''I
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chief
PAYS
WHEN THE RIGHT MEDIUMS ARE USED
In New Westminster
The Daily News is the Profitable Medium
��������� ��� ��� ���***������������������������<.�����������
WHEN   a woman goes shop!
she always looks at the lii
*.��� ���
paper for Bargains, no matter
she has seen bt ore.   THE W
NEWS reaches her in the morj
and from those columns shefl]
up her mind.
"The Early Bird Catch
The Worm."
It is the Only Morning Paper
Business men get in fee
display your goods. IT WILL
YOU AND PAY YOU WELL JAY. OCT. 25, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING   SUN   PLOUR
'HERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
LTD.
F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouvei
louvenirs of the City;
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery Etc.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R,   .MAIN   LINK,
Leave .">'. W. 15.40: an X. u
11.
C.P.R, MISSION BRANCH.
U avi   X. \v. S.30; ar. Seattlfe 15.50.
I eave Si attle 12.30;  ar. X. W. IS.40,
C.P.R    WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
'. W   S.30, 10.35. 15.40, 17.35.
.40, IS.40.
Arrive X. V.. 9.35, 11.35, 11
. J. MACKAY y Co.
Booksellers ana Stationers
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. VS. 9.20 .iin.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. X. \V. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
Of
T. Dick's Old Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
Old Country Boot Store
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. X. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver ..35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. X. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. X. W, i':a-; anii. ar Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, _:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
8:45 p ni. and C p. ru.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and _ a. va., and evcry hall hour thereafter till II p. m.
Lv. Vancouver Ior Westminster at
6i._t_e hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11  p. m. oa 1st,
Tth, 19th and _.;h of each mouth foi
.'Ashousit aud  way points;  leaves Vic-
i toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way  points. Leaves Victoria  on  20th ���
Iof each month for Cape Scott aDd way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monda
Artie* of th. Alps.
Giovanni   Segantini,   thc   artist
who recently  died, was  known a-
tln- "painter of the Alps," on fi -
oounl ��'i liis fondness t< r di lictini.
mountain Fccncry.   He was born ;.'
Arcii, in the Tyrol, on a slope of the
Alps overlooking Italy.   Hisparent.
were very poor, and at his mother'?
death, when he was only five year?
old, his father sent hirn to live witli !
relative-ai .Milan.   He stayed there
fur two years and then   ran awa;.
intending to tramp from Italy t i
Paris.   One evening .nine farm peo- -
pie found the boy utterly overcome
bv fatigue and hunger and, taking
i
PI0S WILL MOW FAT
(IX MISCELLANEOUS DIET
Mr.   B. .^anan   Starts   a   New   Enterprise,   Wnich  Promises
Fair  Profits.
.,   , . pity on  him,  eave him  food an .
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at   then        ,,, ,,,.,, ,.:,,, m mindmg pig?.
,  a. m.; Friday at C a. m. additional   T1)is   ,������ % occupation
trip Saturday a p. va. ,,        ,       ', _.        _���  ���
J     K greatly   pleased   young   Segantmi,
and he amused himself by drawing
portraits of his charges on atom
and pieces of slate.    Later on la-
went   back    to   Milan   and   there
studied art.-���London Tit-Bits.
Beaver -
UP RIVER.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 1 p. ro., 2nd
ind   16th   of  each   month,   calling  at
Jefferson's Stage  Rival.
Joseph Jefferson was one evenin ;
the sole passenger on board the
Athol-Petersham stage, driven for
over twenty-five year- bv .lohn
Gibbs of Petersham. In order to
break the monotony of the long
ride from Petersham to Athol, Mr.
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola : Jeffer.-oii began to recount incidents
From X. VS. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m.
Columbia Street
Tu.,  Th.,  Sat.,  7  a.m
Th., Sat
Ne��V Westminster.
kern Pacific
Three
iscontinental
lins Daily
tl the Famous
COAST LIMITED"
lJ 'rain.    Lew Kates.
Excellent Service.
pk. Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
[ALL POINTS EAST
*"'���"  ���     ale to all Euro-
louced   Rate,   Rcjnd
10  Southern   c.
Trip
ornia.
ti "r write
Agent,
���  v- '        ������ r, B. ('.
ON,
\   G.    A
EINLEY
'   '    er of
h' Waters, Etc.
ated Waters,
a Specialty.
0ffi��' Eighth Street,
'""MINSTER,   B.   C.
Nations
'ANTED
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOL* OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Y-c.r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
'THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
': Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
i brilliantly    illuminated    train    in    the
j world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
:0   lectio.)   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
.ar. reclining chair  cars   (seats  free),
.modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
| brarv and  smoking ears.
For  Time  Tables,   Folders,  or  any
further information call on or -.vrite
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
~^o Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
BLACKSMITHING.
Frnm  Chw
Ramona���
From \. \V. T.i., Th., Sat. g a.m
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From X. VS. daily, er. Sat. &.S4 Sun..
2 p.m .  Sal urday, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a__i_.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. ��� a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA ASU ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mob., 7 ajm.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. _ a.m.
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
Seattle, via San:..- 7AS> a.m.    G.40p.n_.
Sapperton and Mill-
side, No. 1   7 ;'��� a in.
Vancouver,  No. 1. 7...'a.m.
I.;X.K Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle,. 8.45 a.m.
Van. & Cen. Park.10 .0 a.m.
Victoria   103  a.i
blast Bui nab.   .... 1.13 p ai.
i.ailii":, Stevi .ton,
etc     1.30 ; ,m. 13-00 a-m.
C I' R east, Sapperton, Millside and
Coquitlam     3.00 p.m. 11. 15 a.m.
Van. and  Burna ij 3.30 p.m.   ���'��� 00 i m
i,.x.i!   Fiyi       1.00 i .m   ll.fl  ' .n
Tilillit I '..:: I,    T U'S
and Fii.lav  .   ...12.00 m.     12.1 lm.
on second  trip. Time on  arrival and
leparture   are   approximate.
per   reservations   and   information
-.���all or address
ED. GOFLET,
Acent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General Sut/ermendent, Victoria.
Oen. Agent. Freight De��t..
Xew  W..stininstPr.
���". * sr
i L35a.m.
9.00 a.m.
3.30 ji.m.
_ 0 (p.m.
9 ��� 0 a.m.
1.15 p.m.
L. 1 l____k_y
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
of his lone; experience on the stage.
"I have been on the stage for over
twenty years, sir." lie declared, "and
can tell you many interesting
stories."
For awhile the old stage driver
was silent. Then he smiled, rubhed
the Lark of his hand across his
mouth characteristically, and, with
every feature denoting pride, exclaimed: "Waal, and hain't J ben
a-drivin' this yere stage for nigh on
twenty-five years!-' But, by darn,
ef I couldn't tell a better story than
any o' theni nonsenses ymi hen
givin" me, I'd sel] my outfit this here
night*
Mr. Jefferson smiled. Evidently
he hud a rival.���Boston Herald.
_f1 : he. :n- ii posed of part of the
land purchased by him at the sale of
city . -opertj held here some time
;'.'-������. .'". B. Buchanan has decided to
de.ote uie remainder of the Belgravia
.��� perty to the establishment of a
piggery, an 1 has the first hogs grovelling and ro. ' around already, getting fat enougli .. be Uiil.en to the
slaughter house and converted into
pork chops. Al the present lime
there are about sixty pigs at Belgravia. and when all arrangements
are completed, a herd of something
like 600 squealers will Le let loose hi
the 250 acres of land which comprise
i II thai is now left of Belgravia.
Mr. Buchanan Studied the pros and
cons  of  the piggery  business   before
embarking in it, and is satisfied thai
he can see substantial returns ahead
of him.    It is his intention  to ered
a   substantial   slaughter house in  the
near   future   in  connection   witb   the
piggery.   Contracts bave been entered into with most of the city hotels,
and all the swill will be taken out  to
', the piggery and used to fatten up tbe
' porkers.    The bakeries will also contribute  towards the hogs'  daily  diet,
: and   this,  added  to   the   strong   diet
1 from the distillery, will form a tempting bill of fare for the representatives
of the porcine race that compose Mr.
' Buchanan's stock.
I "So far it is merely an experiment."
said Mr. Buchanan yesterday aftei--
noon, "but it is an experiment in
which I can see good returns for the
money invested. I made fairly well
out of the property I sold at Belgravia, and 1 consider that I am s" '::.���
to do equally well with the pigs
s no doubt in  my mind  that
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. CHOICEST CIGARS
Having boughl oul  the Blacksmith-
Ing business of R.  ll. Benson, l will
be pleased to see all bis old custom j
ers, as  well as new   ones.    Horseshoe- |
ing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON.
Eighth   Street.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
Brltkh Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change wmiMit    notice.
Princess   Beatrice,   Oct,  29,   from
Vancouvei.
Princess  May,  Nov.  3,  fr< m  Vancouver.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  p. m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
-AT-
GAMONS
Columbia Street.
British  Perspicacity.
Charles Francis Adams was escorting- an English friend about
Boston. They were viewing the differenl objects of attraction and
finally came to Hunker Hill. They
itood lenkins nl the splendid monument when Adams remarked:
"This is the place, sir, where Warren fell,"
"Ah!" replied the Englishman,
evidently noi very familiar with
Ami rii an history. "Was he seriously hurl by liis fall'?"
Mr. Adams looked at his frien
"I!!t:'!:*' said he.    "lie was  kill    .
sir."
"Ah. indeed!" the Englishman
replied, still eying the monument
nnd commencing to comp-.itc it.
height in his own mind. "Well, I
.hould think he might have heen���
failinir so fur "���-.ostein H��r__l_l
Both Ducks Attract.
s-sE
"The Milwaukee"
L^fc^T
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
on of As- WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
'end_.ni    0f FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except |
the I
29th I
���ndenl
eived i,, I,,,, j Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
"The Pion??r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trniiis in the service on any
eaves New Westminster at 7 a. m, {railroad in the world that equal in
'     lesday und Mondays. equipment that of the Chicago,_Mil
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
"Why cl i men so like .luck hunting
"So tbey can duck work."
the
'.,���
Ij
Clerk,
expre-s    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White  Horse.
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
!��� H.  ROGERS, Traffic Manage
Vancouver.  B. C
in;  We
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
i eaves Vancouver dal y except Saturday and Sunday al 1:30 p. na. Sat
urday at 2:30 P. "*'��� s
waukce  &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains rind :
give  their  patrons  an   excellence  of j
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent. ,
I..4 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Ev.
dent.
"Why
i
oes
he i
bject
to
a
talk
a the
woman'.
"He   i
a
tes
Un
tai kin
HJ
P
irts
well
himself.
*
R.p_r_:*on.
"I would like to murder that man.'
"Supp ise you,did and afterward"-
"Oh, afterward I would apologize.
There
this i.s going to be a success."
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Municipal Union.
Tiie second annual convention of
the Union of B. C. .Municipalities
opened al Kamloops yesterday morn-
'"-��� Those present were: Reeve
Kealy, North Vancouver; Mayor Nicholson, Ladysmlth; Mayoi' Muller and
Aid. Costerton, Vernon; Mayor Ray-
mi . Ki . waa; I!, evi Rose, Surrey;
Mayoi .Marie,, Victoria; .Mayor Keary
and Aid. Howay, New Westmln
lit eve Ladner and Councillor Davii.
Di Ita; Mayor Hell and Clt; Clerk Ros-
' man, En lerby; Aid. Grlgor, Ross-
���" ��� Reeve Bj rne and ex-Rei .e
:: '��� ii nab. . Re ve Kickbush,
chilli-..a ���;;; Mayor Naden, Green-
v od; "!��� Pla ', Nanaimo; Aid.
''��������� ">'��� me and AJ I. Ri gers, Vancouvei;
Mayor Qillet, Nelson; Reeve .McCallum and Councillor Evans, Salmon
Arm; Aid. Kane, phoenix; Mayor
Golden, Aid. Robinson Aid. Smlthand
Aid. C. D. Brown, City Clerk Carnient,
City Engineer Wain and Dr. Wade,
���:> -' lent i I the board.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���R, Machin, Victoria; .1.
Ker; Wilson, Ladner; It. F. Tllley, Toronto; 8. W. Wenderhoof, Belllngham; C. J. Kemm. Halifax; R. Mackay,  .Seattle.
Colonial-A. W Lowe, Mission: G.
li. Wa.swell, Cbilliwack: R. L. Rob-
Inson, Toronto.
Windsor���.J. C). Manzer, Silverdale;
.1 w. Brltton, Vancouver; .1. Charbonneau, Hall's Prairie; ,1. Ileucksley, Su-
mas; H. W. Chatwia, Hammond; w.
.1. King, Buskin; A. R Seanians. Bell.
Ingham; S. P. Mt .Murray, Vancouver;
C B. Mugles, Charles Norman, Seattle.
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Mi THE DAILY NEWS
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won't cake. It is PURE���clean,
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Perfed for the uble.
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com-, por _ne nonparlel) 1- lines to
tt.c- Inch. I'.'-ti cents per iine to.'
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Reading notices, hold face type, 20
ronts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special posi-
tons, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, SOc. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per I views. Primary religious instruction.
word. No advertisement taken fcr | s:ij,i he, ought to be undenomination-
;esj than 25 cents. , a,    Tr, proV'de for this, let the train
ing  colleges  bo  organized  to  provide
telephones. | .-,���. lt<   Thl, National Church, as the
of   the  nation, must
! church of the rich rather than of ihe
poor, of capital rather than labor.
This sermon," added the bishop, "is
the cry of a troubled conscience which
has failed clearly to see its way."
When  the education  question came
| u,>, Mr. W. Temple, the sun of the late
Archbishop   of   Canterbury,   and   a
i young Oxford don. gave a finished an.l
uncompromising    expression    to   his
Frenrii-r^nainans 'in his tfSlilwicS,
Clinton county. It is related that
Mr. O'Brien recently used one of his
French-Canadian constituents as a
messenger to carry a letter. The
recipient of the letter quizzically
asked the Canuck who sent the letter.
"John I-'. O'Brien," was the reply,
delivered with great importance.
''But. whn is John i*. O'Brien:-"
'"Vou not know John F. O'Brien?
He verv big man!"
"How big is he?"
FOUND  ��� An  English
Owner  can   have   san -
ownership.     Appl)    103   Colun     i
WANTED .a.i      -a. ' ""-'
quarry.    Apply Gilley   Bros.,  Front
.tree;. New  Westmins 190-tf
JOB PRINTING Tb" Arrow Press,
Fron' street, working. Bring i n
job printing, it will .����� done well
and cheap.    M. -. Dominy,   iwner.
1'. O'Brien is t��i _r _r ��� ��� -1
bigger   than   Governor
, John F. O'Brien bij^er
bigger   than    President
Day  Otflce    A22
Night   Office    B22
SfflffljMSfil
THURSDAY.  OCT. 25,  1906.
SOME NUTS TO CRACK.
As mosl people know, the Hon. .1.
P. Whitne; Is the premier ot Ontario and a Conservative, and the
Toronto Mail ami Empire Is bis leading organ. Well, tbe Mail and Empire has liiis to sa.. a- to Mr. Whit-
nej 'a part in the conference of premiers:
"On all bands it is admitted that
tlie commanding figure at the conference   lion)   the  outset   has  been   that   of Christ?"
i inspirit mil organ
guard itself from being sectarian. Il
must forego the partlcularlsl joys of
denomimitionulists. He declared that
he had good authority for saying that,
if churchmen would pledge themselves
; not to go beyond tbe Ten Command-
[ ments, the Apostles' Creed and the
Lord's Prayer in school teaching, lbe
-.-.st majority of Nonconformists
would be prepared to agree to proposals based on such an arrangement.
I.nrd   Halifax  aroused   great   enthusi-
I asm by arguing that undenominational teaching to be fair to nil parties
in ibe nation must omit tbe dogmas
ol  tbe Apostles' Creed, and  must  end
: l-\ becoming a mere system of Bible
reading, without explanation, and that
. was noi Christianity,   "What think ye
'That."  said   Lord   liab
le' lbe Prime Minister of Ontario.
Very great res;,eet was shown by ibe
members of tbe conference to the
leader of tbe Ontario government,not
only on account of the important position nf tbe province, Imt also on ac-
ci ant of Mr. Whitney's forceful and
well-balanced personality. If any man
could have been considered Ihe leader
i f the conference, it was undoubtedly
Mr.  Whitney.''
fax. "is ilie question involved in this
matter; and it is because undenomin-
ationalism cannot answer that question that  neither tbe English Church
nor any branch of the Christian
church will have anything to do with
ii." The long-continued cheers which
followed this showed where the sympathies of the great majority of the
congress lay.
 o	
The Toronto News (Ind.I bas a ear-
Now the Columbian ami other Con
servative organs around here say that 1 toon representing a lot. of boys  (the
was   a   Laurier   "ma-
the   conference
chine."
If tbey are right, where does Mr.
Whitney get off at? On the Other
band, if the Mail and Empire is right,
where do the  local  organs gei  off al ?
Thai is one nut with a bard shell.
Ib re is another:
Tbe Mail and Empire further sa;. s:
"Ontario ministers put up a strong
fight for their province, both in the
direction of procuring for it fair play
and of restraining unreasonable demands from any quarter, * * *
A strong claim was put forward on
behalf of the province for a full recognition of its rights both in regard
to Ibe annual subsidies ami in regard
le the federal expenditures on railways. It was plain that tbe Dominion government was not prepared to
cencede all that was asked on, behalf
of Ontario."
Yet Mr. Whitney did not. bounce out
and bang the door. Neither did be
demand that lb" claims of bis province be submitted to arbitration. He
argued tbe matter out, brought the
conference to bis way of thinking as
fai as lie could, and being satisfied
tba: be bad done bis best, let it go at
that.
Was lie. therefore, a traitor to liis
Province?
There is no ground tn reason or
logic mi whicli Mr. Whitney can be
:i ensured by one standard and -Mr.
McBride by another. If the course of
on" v as right, thai of the other was
wrong. It' Mr. McBride acted lib" a |
hero, Mr. Whitney behaved '.ike a
cowar 1: If Mr. Whitney carried him-;
v ������ a sensll lc bn Iness man. Mr.
\] Brldi conducted him self in a wa '
r       ed  lo sense ..;. i  ' usiness
i'. ; anoth n-e11 tough nut for
tbe papi v. hii . applaud both Mr.
M: Brl :   and Mr.  . bin ���
THE CHURCH AMD EDUCATION.
'I be Church ol England i ongress
'.'. hich met a couple of weeks ag i a:
i a row in Fumesi, under the presi-
i.' no. of the l'i-11 i,i ol Carlisle i Dr.
11 ��� - a i attracte I more than usual
; ublic Interesl on accouni of the acme
stage of the education question. Before the education question wns
reached, there was an Important utterance on the question of the relation of tlie church to labor ami generally to the democratic spirit of the
iige. This was Iho leading theme of
the president's address and also of an
outspoke;; sermon by Bishop Gore.
Both urged churchmen to bring their
methods into harmony with a democratic ago, and suggested lines of policy I'or the future. Bishop Gore's ser-
i.a.n was especially impressive.
Christ, lie said, evidently meani lo impress ibe world will; tbe great truth
lhal the possession of wealth was a
hindrance to the life of tbe spirit.
The church bad made many noteworthy gains in lbe las; century, but "il,
nil bangs lire." Tbe church's appeal
in tbe democrai j remained Ineffective. The reason i ; this failure wa i
obvious.   The church I i I become I he
provincial premiers) in front of the
stall of a fruiterer (Sir Wilfrid).
Premier  MoBride  is  marching off in
a sulk, saying. "If I can't have ibe
biggest apple in the pile, 1 don't wani
notbin'."
CONDENSED  STORIES.
Young   Soldier   Lost   His   Bearings   I*
First  Engagement.
At the Army and Navy club i'n
Washing'ton a number of veteran
oflieers were telling stories, says
Harper's Weekly, when Genera]
ChalTeo told this anecdote of General Carr, who died in New York
some years ago:
It appears that General Can-, at
i the outbreak of tho civil war, had
I left Troy to take command of .
! regiment.     Thc    engagement    in
which,
as colonel
first figure
'���John
man!"
"Is   he
Odell?"
"Oh, yes
than Odell
"Is   he
Roosevelt ?"
"Indeed, yes, John 1-'. O'Brien
bigger than Roosevelt."
"Is he bigger than Lafayette?"
The Canuck scratched his tousled
head, was puzzled for a moment, his
: face brightened and he replied:
''Well, you see John F. O'Brien is
a verv young man vet!"���New York
Sun." *
Time on the Wing.
Justice Brewer of the United
States -upi'eine court in lecturing
to his law class at ihe George Washington university told ihe following story:
"I kite.1, of a i ase once whore
two darkies swapped mules. One of
theni was an old hand nt the business, and in making the trade he
represented his mule to lie seven
years old and told of many _r<onl
traits the animal had not. Tlii- wain February. About two months
later the oilier darky began to realize that l.e had been victimized ::;
the bargain and that the beasi wa..
fully twelve years old. So he decided to co hack and tell the swindler he had lied to him aboul I
animal. However, owing to it boiiis"
the busy season of farming he was
not able io go until about ihe mi I-
1 die of June. He finally did ;_ro am'
told his man what he thought i
his rascally misrepresentations abou
the mule.
"You say," said the other fellow,
' "dat when you got de mule in February he was seven year- old, and
now it's June and he's twelve years
old?"
"Yes, I do!" was the angry re-
: spouse.
"Well, soli, time sure do f!;."
Lots of Us.
James J. Hill, who has several tine
long railways in tin- northwest as we
i as the gift of prophecy, thinks that thb
[ modest little country will he called o
' before long to support a population o
i 400,000,1)011 people.
Thanks   to  our   liberal   Immlgrat; ���
I laws an., our strenuous antlrace suicide
policy, he sees a prospect of more peo
��� pie than  the most prosperous count...
[ vlllag    ever saw in town on show day
Four hundred million is a good many
more people than  a  man discovers ia
has relations when be inherits money
and   lbe   way   we   are   fixed   now   for
house room we do not see where they
are all going to sleep nights.
Perhaps Mr. Hill is mistaken. !:���
looking int.) tbe future with bis lac
distance spectacles be may bave spied
an automobile procession ami count'- ���
sever:.1 of the people twice.
M WESTMINSTER
OPERAHOUSE
COMING
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st
The Play That Breaks the Record.
Henry  W. Savage   .fers
THE
1 Gold Crown and
WIDOW
BY  GEORGE  ADE.
| Bridge Work of
| a High Order
Our system of gold crown and bridgi
best known to dentistry. We defy con!:':
bridge work made by our system has never b ���  ���
passed.  Our bridge and crown expert i  the highes
1
lr,
present!
'o ton
fl IUI
weeks "
. N - ��� v
V'Ol
.    sixt,
���II   week
-  ii
1 '.'l'    :   .   '.
1   weeks
in !: i-i
on.
Aiwa; -
me
ise and
delight
' 1  a
' Hence���
it, ll
a,     S lie     -"l'ld .;.      a.
ig Sto
NOTICE.
Natural Aversion.
Ee,
El
r
"��-��� ,f.,�� -     *SJk    y   ��� ���;       \
bail n  narrow i
I-  tbe  ll'olll
'.in  g ii  Beared
time sailing ou lb
cap.
by  a dug
viu
.ml.nl   Dulla,
ry absentmlnded German
named   Johannes   A tner
"THEY ARE   nuiMi I'l'ON  1IV lir.il.i; >;.
was at Big Bethel, llis regiment
hud been halted lor a resl and re
freshment in a pleasant place and
hnd not yet experienced the excite
merit of a skirmish. If happene i
however, thai Confederates were in
ambush in the immediate neighborhood, and from a safe hiding pi.
they opened lire on thc northerners
Carr, so the story runs, instanth
put spurs to his horse and dashed tl)
to a group of officers. Excitcmeni
and bewilderment were apparent
upon his young face as he approach
ed the party.
"They are firing upon my regi
ment I" he shouted. "My (iod! Now
what is to be done?"
A
fessoi
lived In Vicuna, nnd the following are
a few ot i,;s remarkable- bulls:
"Julius Caesar, disguised as a slave,
swam naked across ih,. Tiber."
"Covered with iuuu rable wounds,
l nesar Icli dead near 1'ompey's statue.
Willi  one Ii.ilmI   i overed   his  fnc��
with bis toga, witli the other he eullei_
ror <iei_t"
Xotiie  is  berebj   given  thai   ippll-
cai ion ��iii ;��.' made i i I be Pai lan
of Canada a- -he nexl session thei ��� ���:
foi an Act to incorporate a cen an
under iiu- name of "The SVestminster
an 1   Cbilliwack    Rallwaj    Com,- u
with power to construct, equip, maintain ami operate a line or lines of railway of stan lard or other gauge, witb
.-"'.uu. eleel rle, gasoline or anj  ol her
kind of motive power, to. i...... eon.
ai.ee o: passengers ami freight from
a point in or near the City of Nev
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, to a point iu or i. iar
the Town of Chilliwack. in the -aii
Province of liritish Colum!,ia. with
power to extend the same from the
.-lid Ciiy of New Westminster :> i
; '.in' at or near tbe town of Eburne,
in the said Province of British Co-
lumbla, and to construct, equip, main-
���ain and operate branch'lines and all
necessary bridges, roads, ways and
ferries, aid I > i onstrucl telegraph an I
telephone lines in connection ..itb
said railway ani branches, and to
transmit messages for commercial
purposes and to charge tolls therefor,
ani to generate electricity for the
supply of light, beat ami power, ani
to enter into agreements with anj
electric or power company for the
purpose of obtaining the transmissl in
of electricity, ami to acquire ami de-
: velop waier power for the purpose il
I generating electricity; to sell and distribute the same, and to expr iprlate
land for the purposes of the c im anj
and to levy an I collect '.Si- from all
pi ��� ons using and all frelgh i ���
over  sal 1 railw tj    ind br inches,   i   i
conned   with  and  make 'v.y.
��� ib":'    arrangements    with    i-allwa
- eamboat o:   ol he ��� 11 mpanie s, and to
id.   mainl iin    ind   i ati
-    ��� iilv\ a.   an i   brai chi 11 he
I i telegr i] h,. telephone and ele I .
power   line-   across    along
eel - or highways within   in
ility, . . ijei t to tii ilatloi
���aii    munifcipalitj,  and   to      i      ise,
��� '. ������ i . er, lea -������ tier wl
' erty, rights an i frani Id   ���. ol
:'Ii     ci :���" an;  oi   ��� .:., . ��� ���, .
to   >..i,r and sei:  to ai       tl      com
��� ...., or companii    the prop
m i   franchises  of thi   i imp iny, and
foi  all other necc    ���     right
and privileges In thai behalf;    n I that
all   of t lie above w n ks  m iy    i ��� declared to !"��� for the general  i Ivai I   .���������
Of   Canada.
Dated at Vancouver, B.C., this 20th
' day of October. A.H.  1906
McPHlbLtPS, TIFFIN  &   LAURSBN,
Solicitors  for the  Appli  an'.;.
���
:
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���
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salaried dentist in the west.  We have
testimonials to prove these statements.
Our prices are about one-half what
customed to pay.   They never change.
Bridge Work, per tooth -
Gold Crowns   -
A Full Set of Teeth
Gold Fillings   -
I
I
$5.0fi|
$5j
$5.01
$11
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protective Guarantee.
I The Boston Dentists!
X Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. Remember the Place.
Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
407    Hastings    St.
Remember the Place.
West,   Vancouver!
���������������������������������������������<.���������<.������������������������������������������������������������������������.
Vancouver Investol
Still Favor Property on Columbia Street,
New  Westminster.
We control the sale of Beveral of   the  be3l   busin  ���-   -  ������- in tlaj
Full sized lots, 132 feel deep, with 66   feel  frontag    - ���   I
I    t        '���������������. Improved or otherwise, end partlcularlj aia. ���        ������'������1
business requirements.    Better buy n iw and gel full   eni
���
Malins, Coulthard & 0
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster!
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WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLARS WORlJ
COWAN'S
PERFrCTION
COCOA
(Maple Loaf Label)
Is the best value, because it is pure, nutritious and very .coimB'
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
W. R. Gilley, 'Hnone l-Jt-2.
Going Too Far Back.
.lohn 1-'. O'l'rion, New fork's secretary of state, familiarly known in
Albany ns "Thousand Logged John"
because of the facility with which
ho wends his way amid tho Republican factions, of ihc state, hp,g man:
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers In
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Fo rtl and Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-B
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
We don t charge extra  for
e aon t charge extra
contracts snow that we are
in   every   detail
snip and material.
thorough
���ki
it.
oi A
workmanship and
HARDMAN & BRYSON
feEE  US BEFORE  YOU   LET YOUR   WORK. ^R��D
SDAY. OCT. 25,  1906.
THE DAIU-t  fNEW S
THE
i sHsrsasm??'-*':
\ LOCAL NEWS BRIEFLY TOLD
CASH STORE
I
X ,: al me  In  ready-to-weai   . our  �� emier   position ad-
bowing every daj- th .              mgc   of   Dress   Go   Is
��� been broughl to N .-., ���..    < lash Store
, stay.    The position I: no. ias    e in re n hed by
...oilo merchandise a   . . an l t i continue in
i        ... ti '��� now occupie I ��� , isi be here f ir  - ile.
To-da    we announce the an vai attractive suitings
Pai ae iu"  cloth, .;>������< lallj e foi shir '���>��� ilsl suits, In
navy,       rtle, car linal and g .    Also a line   il     u ink suit-
....    -  "Kashmera"   for tai -i  suits ,in navy, royal, hunt-
a   .ni blown.    And a  line 11 ������    ,i  French  Vicuna   suit-
.... i] blue, myrtle, seal, win . srrej   ind fawn, 12 Inches
��� le, at 7_c.
The Kashmeras are 48 indie., wide at $1.00.
Tie- Panneaus are  .6 Inches wide at $*.C0.
MODERN  MILLINERY
��u" -; '' :    in-l cut fl iwera
,v ""��� '������  ��� ' ������ - ��� A1S4. dtf
���' '  ���     v       '  ��� or-
and  piai . ;.
- ��� inster from
��� ' ���.'    197-2
'] ���������'���' .���-������:-
lay with a large     .on        . >g3 from
Howe sound    foi    the   Fraser   River
mills.
Seven hun Ired ������. ���- ,; Chilliwack
aPPles  ��� " .    i    i Edmont in to
day    An,,- ....  i lrge 3hipmenl of Chii-
��� lis. made to H .mil-
ton, Ont.
T;'"' Schaake I , bin ��� Works r���. ia
shipping a i impi ��� ��� -,... ;���;:: outfit to
""' Stave Lal I er Co The out-
lb  will hai i a capacl      n aboul 20-
���'���'������'���     1 i
The   *   :���     ' rtirnl   ire   nas
exhl-
���   -'    ���' ��� .:.   ,-es-
he
d
'     '        ��� .     .
'    ��� ������       ���:  ...    ���-.
���     '      lhe   ��� ..
^ remand
A    '���:���-��� ���  ...        [ef
I "'������''������    ' ' .         ..
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Tlli-"     ��� ���"���'   ���  - X-illl  a.
' hings   ���' i"
���   .'     i1 ii| [ing   ,���  chii
'���' ' in    i les oak
panellings, vi ���   ,   doors.    Tbe
'":        ' : '     '   ������ mosl   :: ::. S
somelj equipped ii      ���    ��� ivince when
it is read
The ��� - - ;���' ��� tl _oui cii is re-
'peetfull ��� ��� i ���'.. [eep hoi ��� li
' " "��� !' '-'   '    ��� : ���    itheas   corni r
of Colum ;:   .tre n   o   i isil i the ruins
":' ''""  ''������'' '    k.   In the sum
mer ti ,:i   is   |ne |  Up   .....
���ea-.on sets    i ft Is a
veritable  trap   to  the  unwarj   ; e les-
tr ���
Modern Woittou j
i
Sanitarium io Be L-Istabli3._ec_l  F ���"��� ,
Wornout Society Women���1 hrr> l
Will Pay a High Price For Privi- I,
lego of Leading Simple Life ::     :: !
������~v
I ���
���
tive  and  original���oui   mUline;     Is   in  a       --    ij   Itself.
STYLES- as Impossible to desi hem as tu  ialnt the leaves
[of 0      i      They are the ver.     tyli 3   you   w ml    whether   you   be
lark, tall oi  short, slim        stou!    \ Ith abundanl   tresses or
\    The hat to sull  j on Is he: ���
:   ris nnd New York hav ��� ;. lavish this seas in ivith tb'ir hat
a.cat  picture  hats, per   little toques, sma I ready-to-wears���
..  a lapte 1  to the . ir ii Inter  veilings,
i'otn  oi ler left  In our millin ���        ioms will  be filled  In a _atis-
manner, and  your bill  \   II  nol   ������   al   iii     -���     Our  ready-i .
its for ladies and misses,  and pattern   hats,   ire     lolcesi
a I are quite reasonablj   prl ��� ��� I,
������.n's Ready-to-Wear Hats, 75c to $3.75.
-  '   Ready-to-Wear Hats, $1.25 to$3.50.
Paris  Pattern Hats, $7.75 to $22.50.
AS  A  TRADE   TONIC
��� this week place I ln sto      three   : ��� en N ���   V i.   T 'im
I               ���'���    he very latest mc iei-.    Know Ing cu-.toi
I ���                In   newest   of ever, thing, ��������� ��� a ������ all a t!  ���  tier'  . i
i a new thing.
These   Include smart   White  Fell  Shapes, Tartan Trimmed Tur-
��� -. Vei vol  Toques,  Silk Strapped Sailo -. e.i     Pleni    from whicb
��� e, and every one priced so low thai j-ou can' ��� better   V   i
' see tbem
PEKF PARAGRAPHS.
Those peopl ��� wh i regard beaveu :
_ match fa itory bave a lot of faltb.
When a vromivn isn't In t.i callers
may be because she is; all in.
A  person  wiih  genuine swell  b
never Is able lo diagnose bis malady
ad
Sense isn't  nearly so noticeable
lack of sens,..
The bon bons of .small talk are ofl
re ponsible for social dyspepsia.
a thinking machine at popular nrlo
might cause a revolution in society.
Credulity Is the basis of many a si
:essful operation.
A  rapid traveler Isn't necessarily
fust man.
A   fool  is  a   fellow  who believes
something thai you never beard of.
Some   people   who   bave   plenty
:ouragc bave no convictions.
Peo] i ��� ..   ���.!   ���*;.' saying noi
ing   have  been  known   to  accompli
Thc S iry Book Kind,
: '
\ ���  i ��� i 1 missed
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���'-fv' * ';
.*_ ���!���  faW
��� &._���*___!
��*yfhe/r works shaIIye
^ know them"
On the merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
if*   ���
!.WH_K..
ty
eS^
' ft good time keepers anc
consequently comfortable watchc , -
Clr efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
'e owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
c arSe by the nearest agent in any part of the world.   They
n,l! made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed,     j
c- CMAMBERLA1N, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
/ i .*  ii\n
To I . I    Y \. '�����  ;
f ���:���   m'.rtti .mlj      '��� jv-    J   ^\EJ
I   ik
Tl   ���   ; ���   t li      ��� [
a   . mny ilay.
I'd  Ilk ���  ��� ���  bo  an
So     -.''���   i     I1'.'
al:"'". ii     had
no shoes
Am!  In  iii.- meal
chest    was   m>
I    ,\- o u l d n ' t
mop ��� unci w't
the  b   ��� ���
Bul rath r I'unce aboul im.l sins,
i >r do a two "'!', like aa not,
Although I .'i'in't have a thing
Xo fatl n up Ui" family pot
l,l jik,. to '��� a nti optimist.
Then If my luck -.. mt (.alley west
[' i   ��� ilie i   - ti sl on I Insl il
Xli it It v.-i    K'.iri ly for tho b ist
l vaa! In t v ��� h that I w ire ,l ia I.
rjUl ren ������ . truly woul I be glad.
Suppos >    ��� ������    "':  :' ' '"-; ' ttr ' s:lil''
' ���jt>g ,, ;,   ���     you re the happy li.-nl:
.   _. ioo  Cue_3.
"Now," saiil the cooking school
teacher/"can any young lady tell
me whal tho pie plant is?"
-I suppose that's just another
l name for pumpkin," said tho bright
j pirl.���Philadelphia Ledper.
William Muldoou, tbe ex-wrestler.  -
���aid to have decided that tbe time I - ���
come to start a sanitarium for women
with broken down nervous systems.   ','
will be similar to the oue already  lu
operation for men.   The principal uu; i
tive agents employed will be food ������
the   simplest   kind,   plentiful   use   .
waler, pure air and physical exerc
as severe as the patient can bear. M
over, the Judge of th'j proper amount
exercise Ls not to be tlie patient herself
but the physical director.   Thus mnn;
a luxurious  lady will timi herself ;   '
through a course of sprouts.   Patlotitj
must rise at 0 In tbe morning, have ..
shower bntb and take a brisk walk I ���>
fore  breakfast,   which   will   be  of  tl
simplest kind.    After a brief rest  foi
lowing   breakfast    they   will   play,    ���
play   ai,   baseball,   actually   bas,',   .
these   overfed,   undermuseled   bub ���
This trainer considers baseball tbe I .
all round exercise for either men i
women patients.   Tbe ladies will we.i
for a uniform while exercising wl
shirt waists and white serge bio in ������
Tbe rules are as rigid as iron.    Tlie
must be n.�� slumping or shirking of tb
energetic exercises prescribed,    Not
Blngle luxury will  be allowed In  I
way of .*ii)il, drink or couches,   After
time, shorter or longer, the ladies  wil
be turned "tit new  women, ready  I
begin all mer and run down agalu
their system of artificial living,    It  I.
to be observed that tbe life laid dowi
for disabled society women is precisely the one. varying the exercise, thai
every woman may lead at home if she
will and be well.   It Is criminal nol ' i
keep the body til by active exercise of
all the muscles.   Our bodies were iill
right at the beginning.    We have u  ;
lected tbem nnd let tbem rundown.
*!  **��
A  woman  declares  that  it  spoils  a
man for his wife to earn money.   Tl:
depends on the  man.    If be Is a  n;_!
man,  chivalrous and   large souled,  !;���
will respect ber all tbe mer.- for making use of ber gifts and developing her
own individuality.    The husband of ;;
wife   who  earns   money   will   bin:..:'
work all the harder, if Iw is a real mm
���*!  K
Elbert   Hubbard    calls    poverty    i i
America a disease of the will.    It  i- a
statement    worth    thinking   serious!}'
about, especially by women.
��.   ��S
Speaking of sins and  vices, the ii:
pardonable sin  i.s  lying,  the  vice  tb .'
makes tbe most trouble is bad temper
and the meanest vice is stinginess.
>.   ��.
Somebody remarks that smoki.i.
among women is a mere fad of Ultimo and will soon [kiss. This i.s true
certainly on our side of the water
American womeu have not taken ;.',.;:
erally to tbe new fad.
��?  ��t
One of the strongest and most elo
qiicnt of the woman suffragists In Eng
land   is   a   Lancashire   factory   girl
Annie Kenney.   Tbey call her the Joai
of Arc of the woman cause.   She wn
put to work in ibe mills at ten year
old and has worked all ber life there
as her mother did before ber.    On bei
deatblied. however, that mother bad.
ber daughters fight  for the rights ol
woman.    From   the time she  was  ol
enough to think Annie Kenney noticei
the unjust discrimination against wi
men and girls In  the factories and  I
favor of even   the   boys  of her own
family as against ber and ber sisters.
i*. *���.
It is announced that the beautiful
ami wealthy Mrs. Potter rainier baa
become an active advocate of woman
suffrage. If rich society ladies to I
euotiirh interest In their own sex to an
noun ���" thou elves iu favor of legal
civil nnd Industrial rights for womeu.
those rights would s] lily be won.
V   ?
An !���:. j. _ ,l c itiple recently ran
away ami -.���.ere secretly married lie
cause tbey wished to escape the fusi
aud feathers and nerve strain of the
modern wedding. And a sensible, up
to date pair thej were. Weddings havi
bee nue l ip heavy.
r. *
I. M,k "it for the w imnn with the tip
tilted nose! Shu can do anything. Ono
of those ladles, .Irs, Margarel Haye.
Of New York, not long ago found u
burglar upstairs in ber bouse. He bad
Iu his band a gold watch belonging I i
one of Mrs. I lays' boarders. Mrs. Have;
grabbed him by thu throat and marched
him downstairs, then up again, while
she Investigated t> find If nnythiug
more was missing from her rooms. As
.1st.nice came and tbe burglar wa.s nox;
marched to the police station. "I guess
be's one of those burglars who are
afraid of won..'"." said Mrs. Hayes.
tt It
A preacher In tlie west finding time
hanging heavy on bla bunds ami n..1
much attention paid to himself resorte i
to the aged nnd decaying device of get
ting notoriety by an attack on women.
In the bout sugar plantations in hi.
locality women workers are accustom-
, ed to wear bloomers or trousers, as
skirts Interfere with their movements.
This preacher, who desired fame, invoked   the  law  of  the   laud   to si p
' women from wearing a suitable dr��3s
at their tasks. It was the small,-st,
meanest work in which any man, minister or otherwise, would possibly have
' engaged.   Hut I wonder If any womeu
are still members of that man's church
FUZA A.*'<.'.n.u:.i ro.\'\':::>
EXCELLENCE
or workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
Is tr ive these two qualities In every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 .'.gn back dining ctuiir possesses these in marked degree���
tbey ait excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ls
a leader and Is a winner; roomy aad comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the o?st.   Morris chairs al! oak  frame from $7.50 each up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Oupont Block.
Telephone 73.
FOR LADIES" AND CHILDREN'S
WOOLLEN AND
KNITTED UNDERWEAR
GO TO
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.   BIRTCH,   267 Columbia Street
C0PYRIGI1TCD BYTHC L7.VNDC5CO.I906
/
Fall Overcoats
You are interested in knowing that
we are now prepared to show the
Latest and Best Things
in Fall Overcoats
The law and our climate compel attention to clothes, and since we must
wear them, we might as well have good
clothes.
20th Century Brand
Overcoats for Fall are the acme of style
and the perfection of tailoring. We
show them with pride and sell them
with confidence.
PHILLIPS, The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent for New Westminster.
Advertise  in  the  News
I
i
m THE   DAILY  .NEWS
THURSDAY. OCT
E
By  CUNCAN   M.  SMITH
i    mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
HtimOr arid Philosophy  i     *S���� hns bten  expended or  paid, the
. locator   may,  upon  having   a  survey
j    made and upon complying with other HITESIDE  & EDMONDS, Barris-
j I requirements,  purchase   the   land   at tera and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
"*' '$1.00 an acre. Columbia   street.   New   Westminster.
Permission may be granted by the W' J- WluteB.de, H. L. Edmonds.
! Minister   of   the    Interior   to   locate	
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, oi an %Kn   j, p   HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
area not exceeding 160 acres. ifl    ..or of the supreme cou.-r. Offices
The  patent  for  a  mining  location Canadian   Bank  of  Commerce  build-
shall  provide  for  the  payment   of  a ing,  Columbia  street,  opposite   post-
A BACK NUMBER.
Pray who
Is that l.iimlile,
Deji   led
I.e.i kh b ' reature
With - .a  l. ature
Hui _ In ������ sling
Aia: i  ������ other
Badly looking backward,
Wt aring
With poor grace
Beveral patches of court plaster
tm )..- in e
And carrying
A i ia.li h ..!'..! .-i tunc?
I,, : you wouldn't guess
The answi r
In a thousand years.
Thai fini spei [men
Is the fi "Hi,ill i;ainc.
(una ii ran the earth
Am! It was worth
A man's life
To  dispute  wiih  lt  tho right
way;
Today
A toy man
Could v 11 ii io skiddoo
Withoul n ci Iving
A saucy n ply.
V.'lr.
Is this thus?
Well, because
Pi r oni  rea on
And 1  r anol hi r
A lot "!' college professors
With glnssi.
Ami about as mm h muscle
As o hummli ������- bird
Took ,; across tin lr knees
An i tyanki d II propi r.
Oh,
It Is .till trying
To i .:' on a front
In :: its,
But, li '.; it. rn a.-
It v, ��� ! nevi rmore
Kt at -��� automobiles
office, New  Westminster.    Money to
loan.
MARTIN. WEART & McQUARBIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc.        Or
el.
Royalty of 2'/_ per cent, of the  sales
. of  the  products  of  the  location.
' PLACER MIXING���Manitoba and
the X. W. T.. excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally  are   ioo  feet  square,  entry  fei
$5, renewable yearly. On the North nce..: New Westminster,'frapp Blk.,
Saskatchewan River claims are either corner Clarkson and Lorne streets,
bar or bench, the former being loo; Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 44!i Gran-
feet long and extending between high1 ville street. jDsepb Martin, K. C, ...
and low water mark. The latter in- W. Weait, W. O. McQuarrle, II. A.
eludes bar diggings, but extends ba.-k ?'''!'De: Mr- Martin wij be in the
1 , , u B?"? '..., , ,. ���, Westminster orb ces every Friday af
to the base  of the hul or bank, not   ternoon
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims _too feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and tbe 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 tu-
submerged beds cr bars of the river   tla and McKenzie Btreets, New West-
below anv low  water mark, and  sub-   minster, B. C.
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc.. 4_ Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. A. Wbealler, P.O. Box
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, J_anister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum-
it mav.
Here lo Stay,
Gentlemen lu all parts of the country wbu are attacking tbe peekaboo
waist, ilau' tless wiih the best of intentions, muy as well prepare to ret'vti
from tbe field worsted, unless, as is i .:
at nil imi vi able, tbey remain to admire.
In these days when fresh air is su;
posed to cure everything, unless, p-issi
bly, the fresh young man, we cannot
see why  anybody  should object to a
well ventilated waist.
People who get thirteen shocks a
minute on viewing these dainty creations,   because,  forsooth, they are im-
for first y��ar and $io per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining. *
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
���hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person cr company staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length,  aand  if the  party  consists  of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-   , __	
put  on  which  no  royalty    shall    b.
charged  the  rest of the party ordin-    UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The    regular    meeting    of    this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
W. MYERS GRAY, Barristi -. Solicitor
and Notary Pul lie, Sn 1 ra ' Ice since
1891 al New Westminster, B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 04.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte/ly meetiugs 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. Wh'<e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
modest,   should   pause   In   their   b
work  of  reforming tbe world  to
whether there Is any resemblance
tween them aud the Turk who thi
it is Immodest for a girl to show
luce.
Meanwhile let them uot worry ab
the peekaboo.   If fashion dictate.: t
it shoulil lie worn the pollca coul 1
.drive it way.
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. 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 Secretary
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where;
the  lessee   can   dredge  to  high-water   KING SOLOMON LODGE, r'O. 17, A.
each month, at 8 o'clock p, m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend.      Dr.  W.  A.  DeWolf  Smith,
No Wool to Dye.
"I'a, why did you call Mr. Snooker.
a dyed In the wool Republican'/'
"Because he is nue and proud oi' il."
"I don'l see how he cau be.    I taw
him  witli   his  bat  off,  ami  be  bas  11.
more hair than a billiard ball."
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but  where a   person  or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one j	
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-1
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $io***OYAL CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 459
per annum for    each    mile    of river      R  B-  K.  of  I.,  meets  second  and
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'1. month In
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are .-ordially Invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
of
of
Oct. 25 In fiistory.
S22 R. C���Demosthenes, lhe great  Athenian orator, Killed himself with poison
in the Island of Calauria.
1154���King Stephen of England died;  born
HOC.   He was the grandson of William
the  Conqueror  anil   reigned   from   1136
until his death.
1400 ��� Geoff rey Chaucer,  the poet, died In
Ivondon.
1415 - Battle  of  Agineourt;   Henry  V.
England  won a famous victory.
1647���Evangelist.-!   Torricelll,   inventor
the barometer, died In Florence.
1760-George II. of England died suddenly
at  Kensington,  the  rii.ht  ventricle of
his heart bursting, aged 76.
1764���William   Hogarth,   painter  and  carl-
caturlst, died at Chlswlck.
180.��� General   Henry   Knox,   Washington's
Secretary  <��f  war,  died  at Thomas ton,
Me.;  born 17.0.
1884���Commander William K. Hopkins. U.
S.  N.. retired, died in San Pranclsco;
born 1822.
1889���Grant  Allen, English author, died in
London;  born ists.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royally at
the rale of 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 miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner's certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
thc  claim   each  year  or  paid  to the
leased.     Royalty  at  the  rate  of two!
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.         *"	
fhe lessee's right is confined to the   U0YAL  ORANGE   LODGE,  NO.  1150
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
!>. m.. in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially in-
vi'ed to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
ist day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The  lessee   shall  have   one   dredge; ���
in   operation   within   two   years   from1 I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27-
Meets in Orange ha'll first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren nie cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W*. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for  eacb   five  miles  within  six  years i
from such date.    Rental $100 per mile
Yukon   Territory   to   be   paid   to   the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free   miners   may   work   their   claims
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening.
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren eor-
lia ly invite: ti. attend. A. P. Halla-
day, N.G.; W". C. Coatham, Rec. See.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in eaeh month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend,
n   partnership  by   filing  notice  and Lodge room**, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd-
inymg fee o   $2      A  claim  may be 'el-�����'  b'ock'  Clarkson  street, 0.
,       ,        , , ., t.  ���      1 "*>���  Corrlgan,  recorder;    Louis  Witt,
ibandoned  and  another  obtained  on master workman
pa
the   same   c.eek,   gulch   or   river,   by
giving notice and paying a fee.
Wi rl; n.tist be done on .1 claim
each year to the value of ai least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a frce miner.
i'.irllr  l'n their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on   any   oilier   line.      They   protect i
their trains by the  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
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hall,' Columbia St., at
8 p. in.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In eacb month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. R. Stlnch-
comb., Pies., II. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourlh Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, in tbe small
hail, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brelhren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
Territory, are open to prospecting fori 0OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
petroleum, and the minister may re
serve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times tbe breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate oi
$1 an acre, and tbe remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, l.��8o acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be sptciwed by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister of the  In
terior.
Dept, Interior.
A. 0. F.���The regular meel ings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
arid Fourlh Tuesdays of each month
at _ p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall. ;|
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to attend. E. C. Firtb, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in., in Oddfellows'
Hall. Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month In
K.   of   p. Hall.     John   McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Annual]
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach  Corny
Limited
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
��.��� _..��
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
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 ofiice 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
���� fliers    NEW westminster ���huh
SSDAV. OCT. 25, 1906.
THE DAILY N   WS
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kino's of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,   j
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone!2. New Westminster
Canadian Bank of Commerce
laid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
I E   WALKER, General Manager. ALEX. LAIRD, Ass1. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACT ID
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Jvery facility  afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed  or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   n ...        made   ir withdrawn ob) mail,
lut-of-town accounts  receive eve:.,  a  tentlon.
NKW WKSTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON*. Manager.
OPEN*   SATURDAY   EVKN'INGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
HE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
he Royal Bank of Canada
il ite ��������� i It; to dep ' i. STAR "NOW to sava ; : .;��� ... .11 ���:
I1--. ; will never regrel it. People do harder things ��� .ery day and have
|. '       to show tor it
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.    Put it In your a    .��� y II would prob-
1   nothing, but  ONE DOLLAR   de; isited everj   ��    :. with us will in
\ ml to $604.50.    THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 3 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES
FLOUR.
SEALED TENDE tS add issed "Inspectors >l Pen! inti ir es, Ottawa,"
,:-1 endorsed ' r inde 1 f ir Flour,"
ffl11 be :������ slved Monday, 22nd
October, Inclusiv ���. fi im parties desirous of contracting fo the supply of
flour for twelve months ending 31st
October, 1907, for 1 tndermentloned
penltentlarl is, namely:
Kingston P mil  ntiiry.
St. Vin tenl  le !', il p mitentiary.
Dorchester !��� inltentl try.
Manitob 1 P mil ml ,
British C ilumbl, P mitentiary.
Alberl , P mil mtl..   . Edmonton, Al-
ierta.
Forms 1 tender ...11 Information a.s
to form of coi -,- ��� wlll be furnished
"���:i aj plicatl i'i to the Wardens of the
Penltentla : ���
DOUl L ������, SI EWART,
GEO DAWSON,
Inspecto     ���   Penitentiaries,
���' ���. ii tmeni
Ottav U, 1906
LAND REGISTRY ACI.
���������      ;- '*    1 thai licati in   has
1 en ma le tj    tgisi     John Kennedj
the owne . ....   ,:, ler .1
lax sale deed 1 -  .-.      ,\. Fletcher
'" John   K   .: aring   d tl ��� the
������'��� day i Detain . A.D 1901, of
ill an 1 sing ilar thu ei iin ....reel or
trad of 1 in 1 in I p imi is situate,
. ing iiii 1 1 ling : . . ��� District of New
Westminster, In I i P ivince of British Colum ia ��� particularly
known an i lea ���: is Lots 1, 2, 3,
1 an l a. Bl . :. 13, pari ��;' 1. il 28,
Group I. Lo - 2. an i 29, Block 5, subdivision of Lo! 2 12, Group I, and
norther!. : ;: . . of '.. it 2, Block 5,
- ��� idivi ��� ��� n 13, Township
I, ::..-��� .. ������������.-- >f ���.. ��� ith Meri-1
ilian.
You and each : . iu are required
' contes ' : ' ��� : iim of th 1 tax pur-'
1 haser wifhi . - -five lays ..om ihe \
date of the firs , ublication of this
notice, ind In lel lull if a c iveat or
tertificate ol lis pen lenS being filed
within such period, or In default of
re lemption b if 11 ��� : igistration, I shall
register J ihn Kennedy as owner
thereof in fee And i direct ihat publication of this noti ������ for one month
in a daily newsp ip ���- published in
New Westminster shall ie good and
iffli ienl se \ I e,
Date 1 at the Lan I Registry Office,
1 a Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,  this   13th   lay  of October,
A.D. 1906
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
. '  Mrs. Elizabeth  Kathleen Black,
. Illiam Ki Ight and Jed ti. Blake.
All persons served with this notice,
I tho  '    iainiiag through or under
thi   :.  and all   persons claiming any
interes   In the said land by virtue of
any unregistered  Instrument, and  all
: ersons 1 laiming an    int ires! ia the
sa!!  11111  b     les tent,  whose title is
not register id und ir the : rovisions of
th ��� ' Lan I R igisti    \ it," shall be forever esi        i   11 '   le   ��� ������' i from setting   : ' an    ���! iim ' ) ov In respect of
th   said land so,3old for : ixes .is pro-
vi ia ! e "Land Re .Istry Act."
new Westminster ukanch f. g. LYLE, Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181*..
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
VL- (ALL paid up)    $14,000,003
' "    IVE FUND  $10,000,0 10
111   Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mounl   Royal,   O.   C.   VL
Ci   Honorary President
"""'���  Sir  G,  A.   Drummond   President
E-S. Clouston Vice Presldenl  aad  General  Manager.
General banking business transacted.
lr;""l"N In all ihe principal cities In Canada, In London, Eng., New
ork. Chicago, and St, John's Nfld.. ani correspondents In all parts of thr
world.
SAV5NGS   BANK    DEARTMEiNT
'IEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, AKent.
(fa
���fcra.
ffi* >r
TIMBER  NOTICES.
Noti  -     :, .       jlven thai '.1 ���: r a
a: ei    lal ���  1   In  md  to a... ...   to  the
Chief Commissioner of Lands an 1
Works for a license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lan 1-:
1. Commencing at a post marked
W. M 's S.E. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river about
two miles up from the mouth, running as follows: 40 chains north, 160.
chains west, 4.0 chains south, 160
chains east to point of commence-j
ment, containing SIO acres, more or
less.
Located August 27, 1906.
2. Commencing at a post marked
W. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
two miles up from the mouth, running
as follows: t'i chains north, 120 chains
east, 80 chains south, 40 chains west,
10 chains no:-:':. Si) west to point of
commencement, containing 64o acres,
more or less.
Locate 1 August 27, 1906.
3. Commencing at a post marked
VS. M.'s N.E Corner, planted on the
ndrth bank of the Kildala river, ibout
Ave an i a half miles up the river
from th ��� m mth, running .1- :' illows:
10 chains - mth, 16 1 ch lins, we3t, 10
chains n H'th, 160 chains easl to p .int
of commen tement, containing 610
ai res, m 1 e       le���-
Loc .'������ i Augusl 26, :.'  I,
I. C immen ing a a p isi marked
W. M.'s N'.W. c irner, plante 1 on the
m rth ' an ; if the Kil: il 1 river, about
five an 1 a h 1!:" miles up the river from
the moul h, running as Eoll e. ���: 160
chains east, 10 chains south, 160
chains west, 10 chains north to point
or' commencement, containing 640
ai res, more or le3s.
Loca'- i  August 27, 1906.
."). Commencing at a post marked
W. M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
south bank of the Kildala arm, about
one mile from tbe mouth of the river,
running as follows: 80 chains south,
SO chains west, so chains north to tlie
shore line, thence following shore line
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Locate! August 27, 1906.
6. Commencing at a post marked
VS. M.'s S W. C irner, planted on tbe
east bank of the Dala river, about
ten chains easterly from the mouth,
running as follows: 40 chains east.
40 chains north. 40 chains east, SO
chains north to the river, thsnee following river to point of commencement-, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Located August 27. 1906.
(Locator)   WILLIAM  MOODY,
per Frank Vandall, Agent.
Oct.. 1, 1906.
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.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ''-lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 am Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.43 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
SW Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
-pi- ~~~~      ~     *  	
ne Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL
C.
Synapsis   of   Canadian    Hcrr.e-
s.e:. d Regulations
,\ny a- ilia D untn! in Lands within the Rallwa; Belt lu British Columbia, may be homesteaded by anv person who Is the ile head of a family,
or any male over is years of ag.-, to
the ex m 1 ( one-q ia ter section of
160 ocres, ni1':' ��� or I,;^
Entry nui il ti�� 1111 le 1 ei an,,illy at
tbe local laud offli ��� for tha district In
wblch the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-j
form the conditions connected therewith under one oi tbe following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the bind in
each year ior three sear..
(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 requirements as to residence may be 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, the requirements as to residence ,
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon j
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should '
b_ Riven to the Commissioner of Do-
miuioa Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply ior patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
��^ B.���Unauthorlzed publication of
this ndverttsnh.��nt will not be paid
I.r.
UND REGISTRY ACT.
Re Iol 9, ; Uvlsion of lol 21, 21
and 22, suburb in block 6, New Westminster city.
Whereas pi iol if the los it certificate of ���������'..' n imber 2845a, Issued In
tb" name of Nei - Nels in, bas b ien
Ble l lu this office,
Notl< ��� I hereby gh .: that I shall,
al il:.' expiration of one month from
the dat) of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection 1 e made to me In writing.
C,  S.  KEITH,
District Regis!rat- of Titles.
Land  Registry   office.   New Westminster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906.
Fate's
^Romance
"By  George Matters
Copyright, WOO, by M. M. Cunningham
1
"You'll be good to the youngster
when she comes, won't you?" said I.iu-
Sg^jjie bent to kiss bis mother. "If
.lie looks anything like Billy she shoulil
have gray eyes and a sort of quiet
brown hair���you know the kind I
mean." �����'
"Of course I'll be good to 1 r, you
foolish boy," she laughed. "Don't you
know how glad I shall be to bave e
little child about the house?"
Linden blushed. It was one of his
mother's greatest regrets that he never
had married, but be was absurdly
bashful, and li<- hated the thought.
For that reason he bad welcomed the
suggestion that he Bhould lend his
mother to Billy Corson's motherless
little Bister. It woul,1 help h��r t/i forget bis own refusal to wed.
There  bad   been  groat  preparations
made  si i  the  letter of acceptance
ba,l   I n   soul.     Linden   bad   almost
bankrupted himself In the purchase of
toys, and the Hub- room where as a
child he bad played was overflowing
with all s irta of dolls nnd tilings.
Daisy waa to come on the noon train
In tho '-aro of the conduct ir, and Bobby Linden could scarcely wait until ho
could   got   his   most   pressing  affairs
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACH1NBJ A.nu fclNUlNE
WOKK..
SHIP S.MITII1NU, BKl_.tt._J and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WUKK.
Ornamental   Iron   worK,  including
Fences, Gates, Flre .'scapes, otc.
Mail orders and correspondence In-
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIW H ' ki.'KT.
.'..a Weitmlnstor. v. o. 474.
on -rut: pom a sav a giel in summbk.
COSTUMl. TALKING TO UIS MOTUEH.
straightened out before he rushed off
to the station to take tbe train buck
home.
On the way be st.pped to pick up a
few more toys, and it was with his
arms loaded down that he hurried
through the shady street and into his
own gate. Then be gave a gasp. Oil
ibe porch sat a girl in summery costume talking to his mother. It could
not be tho nurse. She was far too
well dressed for a nurse. It must be
ono of tho : '��� il girl 1 falling. IT.'
thoughl ol tbe i iy sl ira package Ilia:
bad come iitidon > and fr >_n which _
doll's legs waved piukly aad unro
stralne I. nnd the p irsplr tti in beaded
his forehead.
lie bad always tried to appear dignl
fled bef ire the girls.   II kept them at t:
distance.   But how 0:1 earth could ho
look digullied with those infern tl toys
dangling bene ith his elb iw?
The two w mien r ise u i'he ascended
the steps, nud Mrs. L'n len presented
tbe ol ber.
"Miss Cors m," If echoed blankly.
������I lick al' r.17.1 ��� p ike   if me as  -bT-;
little sister,' " she said :i- she c ime forward,  "i hope you ..re nol disappoint
ed."
Dis ij pointed thai he sb 1 il I be the
companion of such a ;l ud 1 is girl? 1" ih
chuckled, nnd ia the savin : grace of
humor ho losi his b ish u!:ics3,
"You are most welcome," b ��� laughed
as bis linud closed over bars. "Since
yon are Daisy Corson Ihese are tor
you." And he \. aved th iso pink abomination's under her eyes with nn audacity that surprised himself.
It broke tho Ice nil aro ind, and ln
the llttlo Interval before dinner they
ehatte 1 as throe old frlen Is. Since 1 he
was to be a permanent guesl there was
no sense In being afraid of her, BO Hob
exerted himself to make bar feel al
bome, and his mother, sitting quietly
back and watching tho animated pair.
built air castles peapled with little folii
who wer.> truly her grandchildren aud
who bad Bob's eyes and Daisy's hair.
Iii the daya thai followed the dream
seemed to grow more real. The llttlo
nursery bud been converted Into u silting room for the girl, and Bob hnd
entered Into the furnishing of this with
even more ardor than he had shown
iu the planning of the other.
Ile and Daisy were together constantly when he was at home, and In
tho long evenings while they sat out
on the piazza In the cool dusk iv bud of
romance grew Into a sturdy plant.
Bob's success iti 1 ustuess bad bean
due to bis directness and comffiandinj.
qualities, nud these be brought to b.ar
now. Before a week bid elapse" the
question he longed t i ask . oeni'-.l certain of a  favorable answer.
lie decide I to a-!; ber Saturday ::':
ernoon and had <-om > out early for tba
purpose. Daisy and bis mother were
In the yard looking after tba flower
beds. Tbey waved their hands lo him.
expecting him fe come right out. bti:
he caught a letter from the table oa
the. way out, and the contents brought
him to a dead hap ou the back steps,
it v   -; from Billy Corson and ran:
"Dear Old Chap I suppose you 11: ���
blessing me for my stupidity, but re.- :
ly I am not to blame. I bad to lea- 1
town for a few days, and in the Int
vai my maternal aunt swooped dow 1
on us and carried poor Daisy off to t! ���
very fate I v.. s trying to save bi r
from���Immurement in the des late little town where I suffered bo when I
j was a youngster. No one had your address, so tbey could not notify you. i
am sorry that you have been put to
this trouble needlessly, but hope that
you and your mother will forgive me."
Bob tue-iied the letter Into his pocket
and weut toward the pair. There was
some misfate, ffiTrt wns evident. Perhaps be would lose Daisy after all. His
heart was troubled, but one glance
from those merry eyes reassured bl 11.
and be went manfully to work helping
them with their gardening.
II was not until after supper and
they had established themselves on fi"
piazza thai   In-  mentioned tbe note.
"I had .-. letter from Billy today." he
said, "a very funny li'tler."
"What did he say';" she laughed. "He
has not written nn-."
"That bo was sorry he was not aide
to send you lo us." be said quietly.
"I don'l see the joke." she scol le 1.
"You aro not nice to speak In rlddl ���;."
"There is some mistake." he explained. "Billy did not solid his si-' ��r
here, so you inust be some other Billy's
sister." He handed her the letter and
she read ii through with changing color,
Then her eye cnUght the business card
In the corner.
"But this is from a Mr. Corson, not
Gors ui." she explained,
"That's Billy." be explained���"Billy
Corson."
"My name Is Gorson," she answered.
"I thought both you and your mother
pronounced it oddly. But why Bhould
I have made 11 mistake? You are Robert I.inton."
"How do you spell It?" be asked
"T.-l-n-t-o-n,"  she  spelled  slowly.
"I.-i-11-d-e-ii." he corrected. "Funny
that there should be a double mistake.
I don't know any I.inton In town."
"I have it on a letter upstairs," she
said as she rose from her seat. Presently she returned and held out 1111 envelope.    Bob glanced at the card.
"That's Bellport, not Bellvllle," he
said. "Bellport is in the northern part
of the state."
"That's a triplet of doubles," sho
laughed. "It sa'ems to be as if I wore
a part of a play, a comedy."
"I don't think that it's a comedy," In-
said slowly.
"Surely you nre not going to be s>
ungracious as to call it a tragedy,'" she
protested.
"I'd like to uiake it a romance," !:o
explained. "You see, I've always been
sort of gl:<l shy. (iirls made me bashful, and I've kept away from them.
Then yon came. I was all ready to be
nice to a kid, and instead you burst
upon me so suddenly that I did not
have time to be frightened.
"Tbe mater wants awfully to see t;i
married, and I, well can't tell you,
little girl, how I want you, Surely yc 1
will not let this mistake take you out
of our lives again."
For a moment Daisy looked out across
the fields to where the sky shone redly.
Then she turned and put her arms
about his neck.
"Bob," she said softly. "I think the
whole thing must have beeu arranged
by fate.   We'll call it a romance, dear."
Queer \nnir* For liorsen.
A turf critic who learned to read and
write before be learned to race once
made a bitter enemy of a highly respectable Texas sportsman by having
fuu with tbe name he gave his pet
two-year-old Ally. The filly was the
foal of the pet of the ranch, Little
Pearl, and the sire was Gallantry, The
Texan called the offspring Little 1'e.irls
of Gallantry. Tbe first and the only
time Little IVat-N of Gallantry started
the young critic took occasion to chide
the gentleman who hung that title on
the Ally. Iu the course of bis playful
tail remarks he undertook to name the
future product of the ranch whence
came Little Pearls of Gallantry. Among
tbe names he suggested were Little
Things to Think About, Little .lars of
Marmalade, Little Bales of Timothy,
Lizzie Is My Hat on Straight, Big Bill
Wiib the White ll.it. and such, Tbe
Texan could not have been more aggrieved had he lie.mi accused of cheating.
The combination of tho names of
sire und dam often results In beautiful
if in llngless  names,  bul  even  more
frequently In laughable or absurb
groups of letters.���Springfield Republican.
Not For IbtIoiiiv
A well known N'ew Yorker, a bit of
a globe trotter, tells of a courier he
Qtiee encountered in Switzerland while
a member of a party of Americans an I
Englishmen. On the way over the St,
Gothard pass for some distance the
train moved along opposite a tremendously high precipice, over whieh a
tiny stream flowed, almost losing Itself
in mist before reaching iis course !:.'���
low. Tbe courier, an extremely intelligent and clever chap, was entertaining
Ithe party With a recital of tint
stream's peculiarities. Later one of the
party, an Englishman, told tbe others 1
story concerning a certain species of
tlsh In the steam to the effect that,
when It came to the edge of the precipice, it would curl itself up, put IU
tall In Its mouth, nnd roll down, for all
the world like a hoop.
"See bere, Auguste," said tbe Now
Yorkor who tells the story, "why didn't
you yourself tell es nbout that flab?"
Witli  a  shrug  Auguste  replied.:    "t
myself have heard the story and have
told It.   But I never tell It to American.:-they   can   tell   pretty   ;.i<-il   lICM
1 ti-arMAlvan ''--���'������������.. r. -.-������������ "'���-	
n s
THE DAILY   NEWS
THURSDAY. OCT
��� 2Sl ih
J
WHERE TO BUY YOUR PROVISIONS
AND HAVE A TASTY MEAL
Prime Pork Sausages and Select Head Cheese
Smoked Halibut Select Kippers
Smoked Salmon
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mattel iiitcml.d <������ ��� tin- .i.lumn should t_ ..'!���
dressed, 'Social Editor, Daily News, P O.
Box 402, New Westminster."
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PURE DRUGS and
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Prescriptions a Specialty.
6<,iiifti,N. - Kecenaary,but Tbt-j Should
Be   Moditieii  un   Much  sun  Possible.
The French excel In the furnishing
of the formal drawing room. Without
lacking In dignity it is never stiff er
uncomfortable looking.
The accompanying illustration wi'.'
give you sou.e iaen of whnt I mean
Tbe room in question is done lu white
and  gold  panels.   The  floors  are of
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
F
or
A FRENCH BOOM.
beautifully Inlaid bard wood, and there
is a pretentious white marble mantel
with a large mirror.
The frivolous touches are afforded
by the old rose and pale yellow coverings of the furniture and the dainty
mahogany writing table.
Gilt figures holding electric lights
add to the elegance of this room.
lt.   DE  LA   BAUME.
Won,uu  nnd   Gloves.
Glove manufacturers say that they
make n No. C woman's glove target
than they did five yours ago. Wi mei
have become inure athletic and theii
hands have grown larger, but tbey In
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Mrs. .1. C. Patterson, i.t Ladner, ��s
in the city, the guest of -Mrs. T. .1.
Armstrong.
The   Rev. A.  Sbildrlck  left   to-day
for Ladner for a  few days' shooting.:
He expects to return home on Saturday.
The ladies who arc interesting
themselves in getting up the card
party to be held In St. George's hall
have arranged that ii shall take place
on the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 6.
Judging from similar entertainments
! held last winter, it cannot fail to be
. most enjoyable affair. Refreshments will be served during the evening, and handsome prizes have been
provided.
The Musical club met yesterday afternoon at the residence Of Miss
Ethel Homer. Among those present
were Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs. Diamond.
Mrs. Rickman, Mrs. Crelghton, Mrs.
Payne, Mrs. Goi ion, Mrs. Hannington,
Mrs. English, Miss Capp, Miss Cotton.
Miss Brymner, Miss Freese, Miss
Charleson, Miss Leamy and Miss
Rickman.
The second of the series of monthly
dances which is being given under tin
auspices of the Alexander club passed
off very enjoyably in St. George's hall
last night. The committee had excelled itself in the decorations, and
the music provided by the Addison
orchestra was all that could be desired. Refreshments were served
nbout midnight of a character second
to none, and all who were there were
satisfied. There were no wall flowers
of necessity; those who stayed in the
shade did so from choice. Among
those present were noticed the following: Mr. and Mrs. T. Cunningham.
Mr.   and   Mrs.   M.   M.   Matheson.   Mr.
'and   Mrs.   D.  Shiles, Mr.  and  Mrs.  C.
' Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. H. Welsh.
Mesdames Tail, Matheson, Rogers.
Shiles,    Muir,     Campbell,      Gardner.
: Misses A. Turnbull, Q. Turnbull, Bilo-
i deau,    Livingston,    Johnston,  Gifford.
; Robertson,   Henderson.  Pilling   (Van-
I couveri, McNeely (Vancouver), Brennan,  Card,  McLaughlin   (Vancouver),
| May, Scarlett (Vancouver), Birch, F.
McLeod, A. .McLeod, Lehman, Douglas,   Mahony,  Wells,   Burr,   B.   Burr.
j Gamble, Pride, Brown. McDonald, But-1
iters.   Messrs.    E.   Brown,    K.   Brown. |
Bilodeau.  G.  Burr, Bryson,  Dorer.  De
' Beck (Cranbrook). Drainey, Furneaux
(Vancouver), Gifford, Green. Goldie,
Gilchrist, Hamlet, Hodgson. Henderson. Johnson, T. Johnson, Keary,
Kennedy , Mahoney, McDonald, McGowan, McLeod, O'Connor. Rennle,
Reichenbach. Rae, Sivewright, A.
Turnbull. T. Tulk (Vancouver), \V.
Turnbull, Vidal.  Warwick. Warren.
W. R. Gilley was kept at home yesterday through ill health.
Mrs. William McGillivray, of Ottawa, with four of her family, left
Sapperton yesterday to join her husband at Eureka, Cal., where Mr. McGillivray has been since last spring,
preparing to build and operate a saw
mill on some limber limits belonging
| tc Messrs. Bronson, of Ottawa.    Mrs,
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argent's  Gem
Food  Chopper is
an  economical
addition  to any
kitchen.    It saves
time  and   lessens
labor, and thus
economizes    t h e
housekeeper'stime
and   strength.
With it many
attractive and
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
ii it were not for the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread.
crackers, etc. It does not mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine, coarse
cr medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
Some new arrivals these���what
we have been waiting for���and they
just fill up our showing of Fall Costumes.    Lengths to a nicety.
Shades of Grey, Green, Brown
and Navy and of the newest designs,
on display today for the first time.
The Suit length each $*9.00
Some More New Coats By Express
4g     rm
aldi t.����fl
McGillivray aud two of hei daughters
were the guests od Mis. J, If. Kennedy for a few days.
A most enjoyable Bocial evening
was spent by the members and adherents of the Olivet Baptisl church In
the church building last night. A
number of short addresses were made
referring to the different branches of
the work of the church, and at the
close refreshments were served,
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WOMEN VERSUS  HONESTY.
Are   MuMcnline nnd   Feminine  Stand*
nrilN   the   Sn in *- f
A very desirable bit of underwrltii -.
was being put through by the direct >i
of tlie Blank company,   Several wotui .
witli Independent fortunes were des*.
ous of becoming subscribers.  Their up
plications were refused on the grotlli
that  the  company  wished  only  iuai,'
subscribers.   The private reason give
\v_'' that wi,men's notions of bush.,
(we   won't   say   of  honesty)   were   I
elastic
Pretty hard on the women, but \.'..
shall say there is not some g . ���'
ground In the accusation? Are women
strictly honest'.' They mean to be, but
are they?
When a woman borrows money,
isn't she likely to postpone tbe evil
day of returning it us long as she can'
When she says she will do a thing,
how   many   times  does  she   keep  ber
Only ten coat.-  In this  lot.    li  Is   bard   to   obtain   n< ���.
manufacturers are so busy.   These late arrivals are sometl      :
those women who have been waiting   for   an   np-to lat< n gj.
1 lea si ng  selection amongsl these. _
Prices���$10.75. $12.50 to $2of
s, ;: larg   show windowi I  ��� a   few of these new    ���
W. S. COLLISTER & CO,
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MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
1-2 Mile From R.R.
Station, Port Hammond
Twelve acres (black soil with clay
subsoil), nearly all cleared. Good
fruit trees. Good roads. Creek runs
through land. Six-roomed dwelling
and good outbuildings.
PRICE���$2200.
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia  St.
Phone 85.
GARDENS���it is impossible to exaggerate the
future possibilities of this Lulu Island land as an
investment. Our words and phrases may seem
exaggerated to many, but the only way you can
fully appreciate this property is tti allow us to
show you over it.
FIVE ACRES
Will keep a horse, cow and poultry, besides producing a crop of $1000.00 annually.
ONE CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND.
$175
SECURES ONE OF THESE LOTS.
N. B.   Come in to-day���the choicest selections are
being taken.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
UOCTOlll.NO tiii: houkeuold accounts
wonl rigidly to (he letter?    (This is n
form of honesty.)
What woman will stand by her
friends behind their hacks as she
WOUld to their faces anil not allow anj
consideration to make ber swerve in
her loyalty to them? There is a saying
that no woman's friendship Will stain!
the test of the man in the case, flow
true this will seem from your own observation! And don't you think yon
have pool- cause lu trust a woman'.-; In
tegrlty when her dearest feelings, n it
to speak of her loyally, eun be completely veered around ju u day or two';
What aboul tho petty graft so many
housekeepers indulge in, doctoring the
household accounts and charging (>���:���
more lhan tbey buy, in order to pay thc
dressmaker or purchase a  new hat?
Vou would be surprised bow many
perfectly "honest" women do .bono
little things.
The man's fault half the time? My
dear madam, whal an old excus ���
Your husband may be mean, 1 ul | 01
haps be is mean to protect his pur e
from youi- petty graft. If you came
out and out in ti straightforward man
ner and talked to him as man to man,
you would find he would give you .-.
fair deal on the money question, as In
everything else.
And if, being treated fairly nnd hon
eslly, he wouldn't, why, then I advl.c
you to earn your own living und kee;
your Independence nnd your sense .
honor us strictly as tile best type ol
man. MAKY  WELLINGTON,
TURIN ITU RE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchaser.-. ;|
UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. TALES,
8   716 and 718 Columbia'St.    FouriFloors.    Rear Extension, Front Street
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
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Electric Railway Service!
30 Minute Service during re-���
malnder ot day. Transfer att
Leopold Fiace. .
Sunday   Service   half-hourly belj|
:
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cats will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line -Service from
n.l."' a.m. to 11 p in.
20 Minute Service���.no transfer.
Between 12 ami 2 and 5 and 7.
British Columbia
tween  8  a.   tn.   and   10  p.
City and Sapperton.
���
Sapperton Line���in Minute Ser-j
vice, except between i- nn" J
'2, and r. and i, during ��'��',f .
hours the service will i**
half-hourly. J
Sunday Service Half-hourly "���� ���
tween 8 a. m. and 11 p. ni.   j
Electric Ry.Co.M
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FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers, I
StrawCutter,Grain Grinders)
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above majjj
ines include Fleury's, Cockshuti|
and Dick's makes.
Insurance Loans
Real Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New   Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
It  Is  never too late lo  break  a  Iuu)
resolution and ipill resoluting.
There are men   who desire to  see n
good man elected, and there are other*
who would jusl like tO see a good mill)
get elected.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited

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