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ME l. NIMER iO��T 241906
\OT POINTS D^AY
lOCKYARD TRANSFER
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23, I!
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10 CENTS PER WEEK
la Objects to Assuming Unlimited Responsibility f
the Repair of Disabled British
Battleships.
��� i���' ;' ;*: ���'���'    pected  thai  Britain  will    .  ..   a
.    .��� el �� befi ri    tic   .,;,���.. the cost ol ...      made to bai
:���"���-    [Halifax   Ueships at Halifax and Esquimau, and
��� ��� :   ovei   io   the properties will then bi  transferred
��� '       in Ipli   oi       c inada.
ci   ted   b.    both  _<,	
l���        ,     : . -  r.i- -ii tails lo
I ,n lerstood thai the
I, . igreed mgive
:i and   thai   Canada
i .a   : ���       rds in
I    wil    ��� :;a   te   !'.:i:-
, ... m.  : .���    USI     "1    them
ii ��� i anada ls to use
itai ���   purposis.
���    .  ms ' : trans-
la   nlghl   I ������  held
���   ���   .: ' USe  (if .... i !:lg
I, tiattleship.   thai
THE RED MAN'S ANCIENTINJURED MAN TELLS
��� ML   IlLU  ITIHI1J  MI1ULI1I DIME NOVEL STORY
If A llj     Alll/      VVUlllIU Blinded By Mistake on Seattle-Vancouver Boat and Then
Mysteriously Hocussed and Robbed at
Fort William.
Are Studied and Noted by an Ottawa
Lady Who Lived Among Them
In Her Youth.
Fori William, Oct, 22.���H. W. Gran-1 knew he was lying on the track pretty
dison, of Boston, who is in a hotel   badly inj,"'e'1  *""*   "li"us  *300'    He
li
Ministerial  Association.
The Ministerial associate .. mi i
lerdaj   morning  in  the  Queen's avenue   Methodisi    eh ireh.    '1 hi    enti i
usiness  session   was devoti I   to the
propose I religious i'a-,    ol -a.   citj
'I'll.- question ol  p il Ic gan     a     | .
ing   fair  wei
Winnipeg,    (.,<-.    22.���Mrs,    F.    H. 1 long interview  with old ex-Chiel   Pla-
��� ���-"'. i'i' Ottawa, 1.   spending a  few   l-ot< <,! the Pasqua reserve.
;"'    a!  the resi lence of her father,
VV. J. McLean, on her waj home from
��� I. ...       mission  ol   ; eculiai   interesl  which
timi  did nm allow.
Contrast    With    Our    Ita
nan    bKies.
Kansas  Cltj-,  Mo., Oct.   22    .'.      ./
���   Halifax ii   Esqul-   zard prevailed to-day in western Kan-
. t ���   -iii;. might  sas, the mosi severe for this  timi ol
om   hundred   thou-   the season In manj  years.    In some
daces snow, driven bj  a heavj  wind,
Un-
-im has made to various Indian reel .es in the wi .t,
.Mrs. Pagei spenl ihe years ol her
early childhood among Lhe In lians,
hi r father being for many years in
charge of the Hudson's Bay posi at
Fort Qu'Appelle, and has all her life
>poken the Cree Satilteaux and Eng-
Coming back, she wen to ihe
Crooked Lake agency and spenl some Seattle
lime there. Tlie most interesting Indians irom the standpoint of her enquiries with whom .Mrs. Pagel came
i.i contact were those of Uie Sakimays
(Mosquito) band, Crooked Lake
agency, as these retained the most of
; their early customs. Among them she
mei an old man named Qulrvetch,
who was 102 years ol I.   Though blind,
hi re under a doctor's care, Buttering
from injuries received from falling
irom a train about a mile wesi of Fort
William, tells a remarkable story.
Hi- left Boston a few weeks ago to
lake a round trip to Seattle ami Vancouver, returning by way of Hie
C.P.R. While travelling by boal from
lo Vancou ver lie bee ime
friendly with the captain, who bail
previously had trouble wilh one of the
ciew. This man entered the captain's
cabin, ani mistaking Grandison for
the captain, dashed some lye in his
had no idea as to hnw he came there.
Robbed   a  Bank.
Minneapolis. .Minn., Oct. 2-.���Masked bandits held a crowd of excited
citizens at bay tor three hours last
nighl al Sawyer, N.D., while companions blew a safe in the Sawyer State
bank and took away $4,500. Over
three hundred shots were fired. The
ro'ubers escaped on horseback.
 0	
- irl could   Is piling up in iin- cuts, stopping rail-
rout i    amo m's   ������ a..   ��� ravel   and   pi lyinj
lament.    It is ex-   telephone an.l telegraph wires
with
lish languages with equal facility, and j .hl   stil) had his hearing perfectly, ami
has   besi les   !i��� 1    personal   acquaint-
Despondent,  Kills  Himself.
Halifax,  .VS., Oct.  'IS.��� Capt. Nicholas Payzant, for many years one of
ace. nearly blinding bim.    He laid up L. , , n. ,,-..,    ���    .,!������, .���
'    lhe  captains  on   Picklord   &   LSlaxk s
Vancouver until  he recovered and
SSIZE. OPEN
[HUE THIS MORNING
ance with manj of Hi.- Indians ol' var-
i_ tribes who used to come to For:
Q I'Appelle to rei eive -heir payments I
'' fore they were settle 1 on their pres-
WEST END METHODISTS
CALL    A   NEW   PASTOR lherpossJsion"of|!aus.e.hewasdyin6intheway
he possessed a most remarkable memory and was highly Intelligent. He
described a great many of the old cus-
' loins. The Sakimays band are Sal-
teaux Indians. This old Indian said !
ihat God had been good to him. be-
all his
;hen continued on bis way home. On
Friday night he was silting up in his
sli eping apartment and must have
fallen   asleep.     The   next    thing    1. -
steamers, committed suicide this
morning. The aci was due to despondency, fever and rheumatism
having compelled him to retire from
the sea.
extraordinary   qualifications   for   ob-   fcrefathers  had   died���that is, of old
age.   His wife died abdiit a vear as
as dze
taming important information concerning the Lallans which can on]y at the age of 100 years.
ia obtained now from the oldesl na- Altogether on her trip Mrs. Pagel
lives lefore they pass away, and has : drove about L,20Q miles in addition to
commissioned her to travel among ';er ,or,s{ railway journeys, being her
them and interview them in the full- own driver most ol'lhe way. She had
,.       a thi   Wesl   End   est possible manner concerning their, her own camping outfit, but when the
ry L sts Bother tne  Sheriff   Pev. Mr. Coates. cf Montreal, is Asked
..st   of   Cases   on   the to   Succeed  Rev.   Mr.   Brace
Docket. in   Pastorate.
DEAD INDIAN'S ROOT        ELECTION APPEALS FAIL
FLOATS IN FRASER IN SASKATCHEWAN
Corpse of an Unknown  Red Man Dis
covered in the   River  Yesterday.
Full  Court   Sustains  the   Decision    of
Judge   Prendergast,   Dismissing   Petition.
��� ������
,'..-���:   D ti      lis-   Methodlsl church bas extended an iu-   history, tribal   wars, traditions, early   weather was  unfavorable found shel-      Af,t,r having apparently been lyln
.    irt  bi ise ai viiation to Rev. Mr. Coates, of Mont-
.nl   it is expected real, to rill the position of successo:
ving will preside. to Rev. A. J. Brace,  .. 10 recently re-
ivbich   will go signed  the pastoran   ��� ���  the   church.
���   ..    folli ws: Mr. Coates  is  a  young   man,  and  is
customs, folklore, etc.    She has just   ter at the residence of  the  farm In-   in the waters of the Fraser river for
���Jeted   Ue    first  of   these expedi-fstructor of an agency,
tlons,   in   whicli   she   lias   visited   ex-       .Naturally  enough,  the   people  were
tenslvelj  among her old  friends, has   inquisitive at   first   as to  the  object I Di_���f.,. ,    ,
J      1 _ .lining mills yesterday mornln
. eatlj   enjoyed   meeting   them,  and   01  ber visit, but when she had given
over a month, the body  of an Indian
was found floating near the Royal City
li'l
whi       thi      ���   ��� :: ;
:
-.
.. ! llity  ai
h
���  .   mosl cordially  received  by   ""Utisfactory   explanations, -it  was sur-
I taken from the river by Robert Julian.
Regina, Oct. 2..���The appeal case
regarding the controverted elections
act against the decision of Judge
Prendergast, who threw out the petition against the return of Hon. J. H.
��� Lamont in Prince Albert on the
' ground   that.  In   the  organization of
has found them very ready I       ing,  she  said,  how  quickly  word!"111' communicated with the ciiy po-1 Saskatchewan the law was not made
.... .. *,.,-'. , ,   , ' m     ���    , , applicable, and  under   which  all   pio-
to   Impart   the   information   which   it   ol   her coming  was  passed  trom one   nee.    rhe  body was removed to Mur- ,. . ., . .,     ,.,,,���
1 tesls pending against two-thirds ol uie
bend to another. cbie's   undertaking  parlors,  where  it   members of the  legislature are  ren-
The enterprise of getting the infor-   was   viewed   by   Captain   Pittendrigh, Lered null and void, was dismissed by
nation   has    been   undertaken, Mrs.   ccroneri wno decided that an inquest  the   full  court  to-day.    The decision
Page;  thinks, rather late in the day. : . ' unanimous
was unnecessary.    Owing to the par-  was '"-'* unanimous,
a:- the old people are rapidly passing - ch, f Jlistice Sjfton   .justices New-
v.v   ami   tht.    .nnnwr   "..rip. sui. in   are    llal   decomposition   of  tile   bod v, ldeilt 1- . ,      ,    ���
. \..t>  .uiu tne joun.ii  generanon are , lands and Harvey for dismissal, Jus-.
a.,nal  cases  Is   Deans  filled   the  pulpil   for   the  last   boines, Mrs   Pagel had an interpreter,   losing all iheir ideas of early Indian   flcation is impossible, and it will  beLj      qcoh   .ind  Wetmore  for  appeal.
lite.    Some are now able to  give  in-   consigned  to a  pauper's grave in the   The first three judges are appointees
(.resting reminiscences regarding the   ;;.���_,..   Btree)   cemete.ry   this   morn-  of the  Liberal   government   and  the
ing.   The onlv article thai could pos- I latter two of the Conservative govern-
silly lead to the identification of the 1 ment. *
- ealing a sum of a speaker and experienci  as a pastor.
Sato, prop rii tor His reply is anxious       .  i ted by the
re taurant. members of the church, who, in spite   tt'as  her   purpose   to   gather,   and  to
���   a  itin, alias G. Meeke ol the fad thai they havi   bad an In-   &pen (heir minds to her as they would
���ai.a- willanswei valuable   supply   In  the   Rev. G. W.   not be at all likely to do with a stran-
.���    ��� - ealing money and Deans, of Victoria, feel thai it is high                  ml of -heir ways and their
a   is  v.lin an  im- time that  they wen   once move shep-   language,
���  hotel. herded by a s."'. ��� pastor.    Rev. Mr.      In communicating  with the Asslni-
:  all, and the  de- time on Sunday, nnie:.  ������   a- senl for bin the other two languages she was
S   izzum,  will  stand by the congregation.    Until such time able  to  speak   quite  as  well as Eng-
irge ol    on mitting as a pastor is secured, the church will lish,    notwithstanding    that    several
���    ...       : . in all  probability be supplied bj stu- years have passed since she had much
��� , ise is thai of dints and members of thi   Colum Ian iportunitj of using them.   Returning
rick, foi tbefl
presenl comprise
in    vs     Buchanan,
an i   Preston  vs.
I '      damages.    The
ase is accused
' ���    Mlssl m    council
,! alified to do si
-��� bad considerable
��� .   full  pane,   of
' the fact that this
��� in ������ the list  was
'  number of the
��� ��� i   are eithe.   <���< n
��� n ���   'rum   the
or   they   have
ii'     i' :n  whicli ���
I
avi   ! een  i alle I
:.-  a.   Canoe
, .1. H   W.  Ash-
..    l'n ; I,    Mis
111' i ;  C. Piirver, !
'Vart, \   Richard-
Wlckersham,
D.   Wood, Lad-
: .  \v   c.
I ������   selected
ll.  Bonson,
1 '���    C,    H.
Chadsey, Su-
'   V Col Inson,
Guichon; .1.
' : :   .1.  Cole.
I
college  faculty.
om M'.ise Mountain, she visited the
Indians of the Muskowpetung agencj-.
These are also dees and Saulteaux.
. The time of the year was not favor
able for judging of the numbers of the lined work  within  a few  weeks, and
population, as  most of the men were Mrs.   Paget    seems   to  think   that  a
then, aboul  the end of August, very number of visits would be necessary
busy harvesting, and she made no at- to accomplish fully tbe desired inves-
templ to gathei  statistics.   She had a ligations.
Prominent Liberal Dies.
Halifax. Oct. 22.���-Hon. H. Simpson,
nl Charlottetown, P.E.I., a member of
the provincial government, and who
".as recently nominated as a Liberal
candidate for thc house ol commons,
died of blood poisoning this morning. I	
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that   Hughes   had   cause   i
Important  Judgment. anything  of the   sort,   the
The  Hon.  W.  .Norman  Bole yester- was quashed and the appeal allowe
aa,   gave  liis  decision  in  the a  pea_ ivith costs.
Died  by Thomas Hughes, one ���:  the      Mr.   .1.   D.   Kennedy   appeared   fori
proprietors    ol     the    Lytton    hotel, the appellant and Mr. W. G. McQuar-
against  the decision  oi   Capl   Pltten- .,,, for :h.- resi   n ���
tlrigh,  s.M..   who   .-ave   the    verdict _. _o	
againsl   the hotel man on  the charge Perambulating Pork.
of supplying Indians will liquor, and      A, ,;,.,,,,,     ,     ...i,.,   ,,   tt0gs
buffalo, but soon there will lie none
b f( who ever saw buffalo hunting.
The time is short in which ihis work
o" research cau be carried out, but
tber�� are still many interesting things
that might be gathered.
It is impossible to complete the out-
body is a small miniature photo of a
woman which was found in one of the
pockets. A partially filled whiskey
itask was also found, and in the opinion of the police the man came by
his death through falling oft' one of
the wharves while in a state of intoxication.
Major  Keary's    office    will   be  re-
-0-
Nothinq But Smoke.
Mr. Mackie, of the firm of Butter-
field, Mackie & Co., fish curers, has
taken exception to the remarks made
by certain people that it was a dangerous procedure to leave a fire burning in their smoke house without an.
,,,:,:;;:;, secretary shaw
one to look after it, as was the cube
moved from the exhibition grounds to j on Sunday, when a lire alarm was sent
the city hall to-morrow, and every-j in owing to smoke having been seen
thing will be fixed in readiness fur issuing from the roof of their estab-
his    return    from    Kamloops,     The   Hshment.   Upon the invitation of Mr.
HAS GOLD EN. IP "
mayor's office has been located at tbe
.1.
1 I 'twin,   Ham-
Prairie; M.
v Campbell, Ab-
laney; G. E.
v Daffy, Lang-
',   . mas;   E. A.
, :   W.  Cook,  New
,,  ( '        'kiwman, Central
'��� Sumas; i>.  Bell,
IStl '       ia
1   ninsmore, El-
.   E.  Davis.
OntraJ   Pari.;
A   .1.   Dawe
onton
'.,    ,
i ���
New
Langley,
is Boo
ming.
Building  per-
' '     $1,100,000.
Imposed a fine. The learne l .in :. e
allowed the appeal to quash the conviction, with costs, in a lengthy judg-
...i ni. pointing out thai Jack N< Ison.
described lu the conviction as an Indian, is reallj a quartei bree I. 1 he
prosecution relied on the fad thai
Nelson, although a breed, is an Indian
within the meaning of the amendnn nl
Of the Indian act. which extends the
definition "Indian" to any person,
male or female, who is reputed to belong to a particular band or who follows the Indian mode of life, or any
child of such person; bul tbe evidence
that Xelson lived as an Indian was
nol conclusive, and Nelson himself
swore positively that he did nol live
on Ilie Indian reservation as an Indian.
As to the appellants' liability, apart
, from the standing of Nelson under
the Indian act. the learned judge
round that, as a quarter breed is as
much entitled to buy liquor as any
white man. provided he does nol
com., within the purview of the amendment above referred to. Hughes,
the appellant comld nol be found
guilty unless It were Bhown thai he
knew Nelson to be a p.-is.m coming
within the perview of said amendment,   and   there    was    no   evidence
j ���quadruj e Is, i ��� course, uoi bipeds-
may be seen tin se days betwei a Ll Is
city and Vancouvei. Hundreds have
already padde ! I ie muddy places into
i, g i. ii,    s ich as i annol   it travi rsed
111    -ale:;.     >::\.     by    IIU '1    sill   1   with
\o More to te Drawn from  Europe at
Present,  Says the Treasury
Magnate.
New York, Oci. 32.���Secretarj ol
thi i's Treasurj Shaw authorizes the
announcement thai from and after
T'lesday. Oct. 23, dej osits I i facilitate
gold   importations   will   be   discontiu-
before the fair, but as the work in
1 connection with the exhibition is ni w
\ well in band, it will be more con-veni-
I em  to bavo the office at  the usual
I lace.
Testimonial for G.N.R.  Roadmaster.
T. Moriarity, late roadmaster of the
Seattle division of the G.N.R., Is ex
i     ���   ��� aturii   from   Alaska  In   a
few    lays.    Mr.   Moriarity  was  some
ime  ago appointed  general  manager
high  topped   rubber  boots,  and  have  ue(j,    fje saj(i   ,-r,at importations had   of the White Horse*  Vukon railway,
made the high lands smooth.   On Sat-, exceeded his expectations, and he be-
unlay las:  R. 11. MacKay started out
i
m this city with a herd of S2 hogs
lieved for the  present   America had
; .    ;. . .    & Co.   He bad a swell! Q"��te its share, and he bad no dispo-
li-ip   nearlj  got  bogged two or three'sitlon to disturb conditions in Europe
una-.   Two hogs played oul  by rea-11
a continuation of thai  method of
.,.,.,   0f  the strenuous  nature  of the   ,(|ief
the road-
h<   would stimulate national bank cir-
an 1 this will be his first return trip
to his old sphere of labor, in honor
in liis return, his fellow employes, the
maintenance-of-Way men of the G, N.
!,'.. have decided to presenl him with
a complimentary banquel and a tes-
��� .. mial ..: Belllngham, where he had
i.i.- headquarters, The testimonial
will take the form of a substantial
purse of gold, and to this end money
: journey and he lefl them by
side, leaving instructions for their in-
' ti rment.    What  he cannot understand
is how II came about that on reaching culation to the extent of $18,000,000 ; !s being collected by the section fore-
dig destination he still bad s_ hogs in i by accepting approved securities other men along the line. The maintenance-
the bunch. On Sunday P. Corrigan tn(in governmenl bonds for deposits of-way men at Sapperton have eon-
ami  W. Elchoff took over 60 hogs for   ajready   madei the   bonds  released to   tributed $.00 to the fund, and if other
.���h, 1;   ,.   ,,..,���  market.    There are D(_ used imn)e()iately as a basis of cJr-
still over three bundn 1 hogs to come ,..,;a,j,,n  withoUl   withdrawal  from ihe
;,,,,���   the   Chilliwack   district   before ju,1K1���.y.
,a., consignment Is complete, ___���0	
To   Rush   the  Mails.
^ meeting of the local branch of the      North  Sydney.  Oct.  22.���Intercolo-
Anti.Tube]   ,,   ,.    iciety will be held nfal   railway officials here  say they
ai   -I  o'clock  to-m i     ���'
the board of trade room
afternoon in | have received Instructions to prepare
a ben all in-
. re ti I  i'i   the won
([ the society
fi  handle the   English  malls al   this
! oint   as   -non   i's  the   St.   Lawrence
re expi   ed 1
.    resent
I n
ule is closed for the winter.
places do equally well, a well tilled
purse will greet the genial roadmaster
'in his return.
Steel Workers Strike.
Newcastle, Pa., Oct. 2:'.���Three
strikers were wounded, two perhaps
fatally, in a riot this afternoon following a strike of trestle men at the
four local Carnegie furnaces of this
tit v.
Mackie, a reporter for the Daily News
visited their curing establishment yesterday afternoon and was shown over
the smoke house. There does no! appear to be much danger of this place
catching tire, tlie door being concrete,
while the walls are lined with zinc.
Green alder is the only wood used for
smoking the fish, and as it does nol
splutter or emit sparks, the danger
of fire is reduced to a minimum. Mr.
Mackie contends that the action of
the man who sen, in the alarm was
precipitous, as he has a sign on the
building which i lainly reads, "Butterfleld,  Mackie  .v.   Co.'s smoke house."
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Fatal   Accident.
Essex, (Int.. Oct. 22.���Benj. Goodi-
spn was thrown from his rig yesterday by liis horse becoming frightened
a" a passing automobile and instantly
killed, lit1 was driving his brother
from Wheatley to Windsor when the
accident occurre I.
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Big Fire  in Toronto.
Toronto, Oct. 22.���The plant of the
Constructing & Paving Co., about 500
feet east of Yonge street, facing the
C.P.R. tracks at North Toronto, was
wiped out by fire yesterday morning.
Loss $35,000; insurance of $11,000.
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A large consignment of smoked salmon was shipped to Edmonton recently by the newly organized firm of
Butterfield, Mackie & Co. .This firm
is rapidly making a name for itself,
and has orders for a considerable time
ahead   at   present. THE   DAILY   INfzWS
TUESDAY, 0CTi8.
,
Mil. OLIVER, M. P. P.,
OPPOSES HE TOLL
Ar.d Tells cf t'-.s  Refusal   cf tiie   Gov
eminent to Amend the
Unjust  Rates.
To ... ��� .-: ikoi        . ��� . .....   N   i
Sir, i nol H e ,., hi rep irts of the
Surrej council mei In th tiie'
couni II has in - rui led the clerk to
write to the chiel commissioner,
drawing liis attention io the Injustice
of charging toll ol Ave cents per head
upon live hogs, sheep and calves conveyed over the New Westminster
bridge lu vehicles. Allow me to stale
[or the Information of jour readers
that, as representative for Delta, as
soon as the present tariff was issued,
I drew the attention of the provincial
secretarj to this injustice, That gentleman referred the matter to the
chiel' commissi.mer, who reported
thai ihere was no good ground for
conipl 'int. and ' :i" government refused to remedj 'iii- glaring injustice.
The conducl ni the government in
this respect, lh i loading up of the
bridge _ 1th four i ill collectors and
unnei est a.; ex] i :: ses, sal isfies
me that the time bas irrlved when
lie , '������  rn' New   Westminster,   as
i as I lio e i mth of the river,
shoul 1 demand thai I he toll - tu w lm-
i; sed for passenger an 1 vehicular
trai'i'i.   i e abolished
JOHN   OLIVER.
Wharf  Collapsed.
The wharf at .Ma. n :.-l in .. .. hii b
baa i ��� n use 1 bj all the pa: senger
an i freight boal s . hii it call there,
bai collapsed, and tiie various -team
ers are compelled to land their supplies aid passeugers by boat. The
government public works department
has been notified as to the existing
condition of affairs, and bas promised
Lo have' its pile drivins crew on the
spot as soon as possible and build a
new  landing wharf.
The wharf at Mayne island has
been in a very rlcketty condition for
a considerable length of time, and several petitions for a new landing have
been made. The climax came about
a week ago, when a boat load of supplies was being landed. Oue of the
truckers was traversing the platform
when the thing began to rock. He
made a run for solid ground, and one
i-l his legs went through, as a section
of the singing fell Into the water. An
examination of the remaining part of
the staging caused the examiners to
wonder that it had done duty so long
a., i: had. The piles were in a shockingly rotten condition, and wore literally honeycombed with torredo holes.
The new wharf will be ready for use
in  about Ihree weeks.
HHAMI
i. .
TIME^ TO THINK OF "WET
WEATHER" REQUIREMENTS
Selections are now at their best���Prices at the lowest!
qualities up to our usual high standard of excellence!
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Men s Showerproof Coats, $7 to $25
Boys' Showerproof Coats, $6 to $7
Men s Rubber Coats, $3.50 to $6
Boys' Rubber Coats $3, al! sizes
Umbrellas ���Oil Clothing
PHILLIPS
The WardrobJ
Clothier
THEY ALL COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
AT
PRIVATE SALE
Bible Society.
The Rev. Mr. Goodeve, of Neapawa,
: ravelling secretary of the Canadian
Bible society, addressed the Ministerial association foi a few minutes yesterday morning. He urged the ministers to take a deeper interest in the
work of the society. At present the
chief needs in British Columbia are
organization and colporteurs A new
distiict is about to be formed out of
Alberta and liritish Columbia, and a
district secretary will be appointed.
Hitherto the work in this province has
been directed f?om Toronto, but thc
information possessed by the central
board is not quite up to date. For
' sample, Mr. Go ideve was direi te 1 especially io visit 'Donald." The great
ia e ! "'. tbe win k in Iiriiish Columbia
: colporte'urage. This i.s the most
promising branch of the society's
wi rk, especially In this province, wiih
Its multitudes of miners and loggers
who are beyond the organized work
o the churches. Mr. Goodeve urged
lhe ministers to use the opportunity
for the free distribution of the llible
which the society places within lii ir
reach.
 o���	
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���J, J. McKlnnon, San Francisco: Mrs. II. Croft. Elgin; J. A. Birmingham, Vancouver; Harry Fisher,
Montreal; \V. J. Fagan. F. J. Bayfield,
Vancouver; .1. A. Wright, Montreal;
George S. F. Jacquet, Toronto.
Colonial���W. W. Ovens, Vancouver;
J. Sackman, Steveston; G, W. Dailey,
Se ittle.
Windsor ��� Thomas Bamblck, Vancouver; Mr. and -Mrs. C. B. McKenzie, Chilliwack; ll. Jenson, Steveston;
J. II. Henderson, Seattle; A. Duff,
Langley; Mrs. 10. |,a Bonte, C. M. La
Bonte, Mojle; Thomas Wattes, Steveston: \V. F. Taylor. Calgary; F, Bour-
goin, Langley. nnd twelve members of
"The Loyal Slave" Dramatic Co.
 o	
'l'lie Royal City mills are daily shipping large consignments of heavy timber on scows to Vancouver, where it
is being placed aboard a large wind
jammed which is being loaded at the
Hastings mills. On Saturday they
shipped 125,000 feet, ami to-day they
will despatch 175,'W) feet.
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to S p.m.
Hiving decided to move to Alberta.
I offer my personal p-operty for sale.
i.  follows:
Four head of v.ork horses.
One sorrel mare. 6 years old, weight
about  1,250  lbs.
Two bay horses. 5 and 9 years old,
weight 1.003 and 1,100 lbs.
One pony mare, 4 years old, weight
about 900 lbs.
One spring  wagon.
One set work harness.
One fine Jersey milch cow, giving
plenty of milk.
Cne good cook stove.
Household goods.
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Proprietress.
Trapp Block,
Columbia St.
R. V. NEIL.
Two  miles east of Westminster
Junction.
.Coquitlam, B.C., Oct. 16, 1905.
VV. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
ATLfiNTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=F1 NEST  AMD   FASTEST-.-
lEMPSEMET!
1B.000 j EMPRESS OF  BBITAIN i :... i i
II. Power 1 EMPRESS OF IRELAND ;      If.. 1
Travel ,n . ae . ime v. at  as ; i.. lei ���
;i rs.    It   is  tiie  quickest, safes    a:. I
most economical.    Nexl   .-ailing Nov.
I-;.   For particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R. AGENT.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
(The only all nil route between a!!
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points i
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. |
& N. Co.
Connect^ at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage rSily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane ami  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
i oo i.
Leave
920 a.m.
i_.23 p.m.
ij 40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..   Spokane   .. . .715 p.m.
.. Rossland   .. . .4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and i
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket;
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chic���'), !!!.    I
BURNABY CORPORATION
Sale of Lands by Public Auction
By order of the Council, the Col-
lector will otter for sale by auction
on Saturday, October 20, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon (sharp),'at the Municipal Hall, the residue of the properties not disposed of at. the recent sale
by tender.
They comprise two subdivisions in
District I/Ot 30, 120 subdivisions (in
9 blocks) In District Lot 53, and 55
subdivisions In District Lot. 91.
Indefeasible title. Deeds at purchasers' cost. List and conditions of
sale maj- lie obtained from
R   Q, WALKER,
''.  M. ('. nnd Collector, Box 34,  New
Wes'minster.
Municipal Hall, Oct. 1, 1900.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice Is ber sbj given thai 30 daj *>
after date i Intend to applj to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands an 1
Works for a license to cut and carr..
away timbeii from the following described lands:
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: 10 chains north, 160
chains v. est, 10 chains south, 160
chains east to point of commencement, containing 640 aires, more or
less.
Located August 27, 1906.
2. Commencing at a pos' marke l
VS. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
two miles up from the mouth, running
a.s follows: 40 chains north, 120 chains
eas', 80 chains south, 40 chains west,
40 chains mirth, 80 west to poiut of
commencement, containing G.u acres,
more or less.
Locate l August 27, 1006.
3. Commencing al a post marked
W. M '.. N.E Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, aboul
five and a half miles up the river
from the mouth, running as follows:
to chains south, 160 chains, west, I"
chains north, 160 chains easl to poinl
of commencement, containing 640
a< res, more or less,
Lor ited August 26, 1906.
1. Commencing at a post marked
VS. M.'s N.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of th i Kll lala river, about
five and a half miles up the river from
the mouth, running as follows: 160
chains east, 10 chains south, 160
chain - west, 10 chain - north to point
of commencement, . containing 640
acres, more or less.
I. icated Augusl 27, 1906.
5. Commencing al a .��� 1 it marked
W. M.'s N.E. Come:, plante i on the
south bank of the Kildal 1 arm, aboul
one mile from the mouth of the river,
running as follow.-: 80 chains south,
SO chains west, su chains north to the
shore line, thence following shoreline
to point of commencement, containing
040 acres, more or less.
Located August 27, 1906.
(i. Commencing af. a post marked
vs. M.'s s\v. Corner, planted on the
east bank of Ihe Dali river, about
ten chains easterly from the mouth.
running as follows: 40 chains east,
40 chains north, 10 chains east, SO
chains north to the river, thence following river to point of commence,
ment, containing 640 acres, mure or
less.
Locate.I  August  27. 'lDOC.
(Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per  Frank Vandall, Agent.
Oct. 1, 1906.
S. G. TIDY,
.... PLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUET3
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A184  or address 4th  Avenue and 10th Street. 1
Westminster
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-"
Ida, may lie homesteatled by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entr; must be made personally at
the local laud office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year tor three years.
(2) It' 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.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity o( his homestead, the requirements as to re. idence
may be satisfied hy resilience upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to t'.ie Commissioner of Do-
minion Lands at Ottawa of intent;":;,
to apply for patent.
VV. VV. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the   Interior.
N. u.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Transfer Ct
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia bt.
Baggage delivered    promyti   lo)
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hail
Office 'Phone 185.       Harn 'rtoal
Westminster Iron I
GENERAL MACHINE AMJ tMi
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKllArElIi
STRUCTURAL IKON   ��d_sJ
Ornamental   Iron    won    II   1
Fences, Gates, Fire I ��������� "" [
Mail  orders and corre :       "|
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE Bl K-ibT.
Now  Westminster. :'    1
lo- lol a, Bii'udl. Islon 'I.:- . ' _
an 1 22, bu mrban block 6, Xew \\ es
minster city.
Whereas pr iof of tho loss of certifi
cate of title number 2845a, Issued ii
lhe name of Nels Nelson, has been
filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given thai I shall,'
ai the expiration of one month from'
the date of the lirst, publication here-
uf.   issue   a   duplicate   of   said   cert ill
cate,   unless   in   the   meantime   valid.
objection be made to me in writing
C.  S.  KEITH,
Distrii' Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,   New  West-1
minster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and  manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.
Great Northern R|
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE W��* I
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily I NEW
Leave   WESTMINSTF
H: 20 nm [Blaine,   H ��� ..;.���
4:35pm|ham      D   ��� ���������   '
ton,   ML   Vsr-j
jnnn.     Everetl
Seattle        and
[Portland.
4:_"> pinlSpokane,      yi-'
[Paul    and    ;':
points  Eas'.
9.20 amjAnacortes,
i:i:��fl
IWoolley,
iiiiil,
|Roekport.
it:01) pm Vancouver
9:55 pm|
WestminsW
4:3.'
Lv.     New
Guichon 3:50 p. ��>���
r.  p.  m.,  Monday,
Friday.
8:45 a. ni. ar. from
Ar. fii
'ednesiltj
Gin*
C0U**
9:30 a. m. Lv. for Van
Route ot the ram"118
������ORIENTAL    LIMITED
2���Daily Overland Jr��'"tj|
Spokane, St. Paul, rfgf|
Winnipeg.  Duluth, < I".
Louis and all points a�� �����
For    compl     1!'f!   V
ra'es,   berth   reservation,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, MJ*
Bank of Commen" B"1.'n, |
Now Westn*
Inster
S. O. YERKES, v-��'ayi
Corner Second A"' ''",..���...
lumbla St., Seat'!��. r5DAV. OCT. 23. 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING   SUN   PLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
LTD.
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Van
couver.
Souvenirs of the City;
Fancy CjoocU;
Fine Stationery Etc.
J. J. MACKAY & Co.
Booksellers and Stationers
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
OF
& T. Dick's Old Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
ie Old Country Boot Store
Trains & Steamers
���   P.R.   M ' IN   LINE.
'���- ��� ��������� N. VS. 15.40; an N. V.. 1 L.35,
C.P.R.  MISSION j;'; _NCH
'������ ��� .-   N. VV. ���  . ���:  ar. Seatl ���   15.50.
1 ��� ive Sea tie U."  ;    r. N. '.,'.  is.' I.
C.P.R   WESTMINSTER  JUN   TION.
'-' ; vi   X. '.'.'   8.30, 10 :::.. 15.40, 17.35.
Arrive \. W. 9.35, 11.35, 1C.40, 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W, 9.20 a.in.: ar. Sealtle 4 ,".m
Lv. N. V,'. 4.::.", p.m.; ar. Seattle HO p.m.
p.m.
V��� AV. & Y.-VANCOUVER
Lv. N, VS. 3 ji. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.3. a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.��� PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, _:I0 p. m.; ar. N. W.
8:45 p m. and C p. tn.
Mondays only.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p, m. on  1st,
j Tib, 19th ami 20th of each month foi
Ashousit anil  wry joints;  leaves  Victoria on the 7, ami 'SO, for Quatsiuo ami
way  points.  Leaves Victoria  on   20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leav.s New Westminster ca Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
;.ial Friday at _ p.n:. an 1 Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at C a. rn. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. ru.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, . a. ru.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack. I
The Usual Sequel.
"It was a runaway match, I believe."
'*". es. q double runaway, it) fact."
''I suppose you mean she eloped
with him and he eloped with her."
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
TK*     -Vtdow    Hai'    Good    Reason    For
Ringing Off Sharply.
Telephone mistakes have their serious side.    A  man  who wished  to
tw<
l'l'la
:r. ���Detroit    Free
What Did  She Mean?
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50,  _
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for  Westminster at:
same hours.
Leaves .Vancouver at   .  p. m.,  2nd
[ and   16th   of  each   month,   colling   at
| Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
m second trip. Time on arrival  and
From \. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. _ a.m. '. le';ar",r"   are   approximate.
From Chwk.  Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.ru ;     Ir��r   reservations   and   information!
Ramona��� ' ;a" ��r address
From V W. Tu.. Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
"No, he eloped  from her aboul   communicate with another named
Williama looked in the directory and
then called up a number "south."
Presently there came through the
receiver a sofl feminine "Hello!"
and he said. "Who is that?"
"This is Mrs. Williams."
"Have you anv idea where your
husband is?"
]\o couldn't understand why she
rang off so sharply until he looked
in the book again and discovered
that he had eai led up thc residence
of u widow.���Milwaukee Sentinel.
His Specialty.
"I see that all the physicians are
..coming specialists nowadays, Dr.
Pillington.    I  suppose you have a
specialty, the same as the rest of
them."
"Yes."
"What is it?"
"Golf."���Chicago Record-Herald.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
Ih���Do you believe in love al
first sight ?
She���Ves. But I also believe in
taking a second look.���Philadelphia
Press.
.ii 1 ( olumbla Street
New Westminster.
lorthern Pacific
Three
Trans, ontinental
Trains Daily
el on the Famous
NORTH i "AST LIMITED"
fctric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
1 : ' ' Excellent Service.
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
|AKD ALL POINTS HAST
{���' ���[��� ��� on sale to all Euro-
Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
p'��,to  Southern   California.
' 'i call "ii or write
I , Gi -a-ai Agent,
j St., Vancouver, B. ('.
A. D CHARLTON,
' \. 11.    A
HENLEY
irer of
jneral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
'''y Tr_d��
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest snd best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the mi -t
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
io section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (scats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars,
For Time Tallies,  Folders, or any
I further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGEXT.
7_o Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
BLACKSMITHING.
113
a Specialty.
Office. Eighth Street,
w wes*:min3ter. b. c.
plications
Wanted
"'ll   of   As-
'tenden,    of
'   rived by the
���  the  soth
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Tra I; .-ter���
Fn in N. W. dally, ex. Sat. and Sun..
2 , .:   ; Sal irday, 2 p.m,
Add. trip, Monday, a a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. C a.m.)
Add. triii Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W'., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas 7.40 a.m. 0.40 p.m.
Sapperton and Mill-
side, No, 1   7.45 a rn. 11.36 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1. T.i*. a.m. 9.00a.m.
G N.R.   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. '-. i". a.m. 3 30 : ,m.
Van. fi cen. Park.10 30 a.m. 2.00 p.m. j
Victoria   10.30 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
liast Burnaby .... 1.13 p m. L.15 p.m.
Ladni :. Ste .i sl m,
i 'c   1.30 p iu. 11.00 a in.
C.P.R east.S ipper-
ti n. Millside an I
Coi iltlam     3.00 p.m 11 3. . in,
j Van. and   Burnab.  3.30 p.m. 0.00 p.m
I G.N.R. Flyi i      1.00 i'.ia 11.00 p.m.'
rimbi::. nd,  Tues
and Fri lay     .. .12.00 ni. 12.00 m.
ED. GOULET,
Agent,  New Westminster.
E. J.  COYLE,
Asst. Oen. Pass   Airei.t, Vancouver.
J. W. TROTP,
o��nera! Superintendent, Victoria.
Oen. Acent, Freight De��t.,
New Wastmlnster.
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
In  Demand.
Jack ��� Gracious! Why is there
6uch a rush for the services of Mrs,
Me\Vi��> to act as chaperon?
Eve^Why, she told all the girls
her eyc.ight  v.as  failing and she
j couldn't .ee anything farther than
len yards.���Detroit Tribune.
How It Was Arranged.
''Were you consulted about your
daughter's engagement to Count
Fiit-ash."
"No," answered Mr. Cunirox.
"Mother und the girls act as if they
though! I ought to feel flattered to
be asked to the wedding."���Washington .i-tar.
A Cure  Needed.
Mrs. Nexdore ���I'veheen thinking
of having my da ugh ter'.. voice cultivated.   Would you's
Mrs. Knox���By all means, if you
Philadelphia Press.
Carefully Concealed. _.        H.-,rd!y Contagious.
!    "Unfortunately  I   disagree with L   '' '"'-v,((''1 ","' '" Ehi)"1 Pa.' that
| my wife on almost every subject we il �����***? have, *he ^edictory."
discusg" ' j       Well, well see the doctor and
"That must be very unpleasant."   j have hil" Sive y��u something for it "
"Not exactly.   As far us 1 know' , _    ,
', i ..     ,,, ��  Garden   Party.
we are in perfect accord. ���( love- T,,,,tv Truman trlm8 lllp tlV(.s
land Plain Dealer. Prudent Polly's planting peas,
  Ronald's raking radish rows.
Simon savory Bags seed sows.
Blithesome Benny banks on bee tn,
Mark thc melon market meets,
Carrie cures for cauliflower,
Handy Harry hoes an hour,
Gertrude gathers garden (,'reen..
Baby Betty buries beans,
Wendell weeds the winding way,
Peter Parley plans to play.
���Youth's Companion.
He Agreed  With Her.
"After all," remarked Mrs. _n-
swim, "home is the dearest spot on
earth."
"Il is," answered her husband,
who was i ij a. tl in auditing the
month's bills.- < 'hii aero News.
'_���_��� ����__.�� .fc _*..�� *
���''\N,
0ct. IG, l!  .:
City Clerk,
Having boughl c il  the Blacksmith-
ing business ot It.  ii. Benson, 1 will
be pleased to ��� ������ all liis old custom'
ers, as well as new "ins Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail.
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Managei,
Vancouver. B. C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co. CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS.
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
-AT-
GAMONS  I
Columbia  Street.
"The Milwaukee"!
'The Pion'-��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains  in   thc   service, on   any
Leaves Xew Westminster at 7 a. m. I railroad  in the  world that  equal  in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
British  Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change without    notice.i
Princess    Bi itrl e,   Oct,   2.,   rrom
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VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
1.. aves Vancouver daily at l p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
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S. S. Charmer.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
v.aukee & St. Paul Railway. They
oun and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
Leaves  V'aii.-ouver dally exceut Sat-   eervjce not obtainable alsewhere.
urday ami Sunday at 1:80 p. to. Sat- H  s. ROWE. General Agent.
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Published by The Daily News Pub
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streets, New Westminster, B. C.
Managing Director..
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/���"VERTISING RATES.
Transien. display advertising, 10
Cent* pel ire nonpariel) 12 lines to
V,i- inch. _".ve _ei_ts per line lot
sul .-��� a . at  a..-..: 'ions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
F*Ol    time   rontracts,   special    positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or
deaths, rale. Wants, for sales, lost or
f nind, rooms to let. etc.. one cent per
word. N'o advertisement taken for
lesj than 2.*> cents.
TELEPHONES.
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TUESDAY, OCT.
1906.
Having troii!i!i. with t!ie salt ?
Gets damp and haidens. Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.  It never cakes.
Is to be hope i, therefore, that we
shall speedily see the las: ol these
tolls.
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Down in Mexico they have a bridg ���
which is both new and exclusive. It
i_ built Cur automobiles and il cultivates no other traffic, with or withoul
tolls. It appear, thai they have an
auto mail anil staye route down ihere.
uu which there is a creek, cutting
deep  below  tbe   road   level,   with   a
width Of about sixty fee! Over this
thev have thrown a couple of bin' logs,
firmly fixe,I at the proper gauge, and
along the top side of each log runs a
shallow groove. This is the track.
The chauffeur sets his machine
straight for the grooves and whizzes
across al top speed. As there is no
door, eattle guards are not needed;
neither Is there any use for toll collectors.
to cricket and *TodtbBll. The chocola:
girls weir during exercise a gym I
sium uniform of their own, with sb i
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ANOTHER   CORRECTION.
Not long ago we were compelled, in
tlie Interesl of historical truth, to correct some misrepresent ai ions ot provincial history by the Colonist. Now
the Toronto (llohe finds it necessary
tc reprove the same paper for another violation of th�� truth.    It says:
"Thr Victoria Colonist should be
able to discuss the relations of tiie
East to the West in Canada without
remarks that are both harsh and unjust. 'So long as political power lay
securely in the East,' says ihe Colonist, 'they were not particularly concerned aboul tho problems of the
West, or whether the policy of the
East was selfish or sectional. The experience of British Columbia has gone
lo show that in political matters it
was both.' This is an absolute misrepresentation. The facl is that the
old Provinces, small in extent and population, assumed heavy fiscal burdens
Lo secure and build up the West, and
to establish railway communication
with it. Only within the past few
years bas the Dominion���and that till
not, long ago meant for all practical
purposes the live eastern Provinces���
became financially strong enough to
hear its burdens without staggering
under them. Relief has come and will
come from the filling up of the West
with an industrial population, but the
sacrifice of the Easl Is historical, and
should not he slighted or overlooked."
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MORE    DELIBERATE    FALSIFYING.
Following the lead of 'lie News-Ad-
vi rtlser, yesterday's Columbian prints
what purports to be the "official
statement" of the proceedings of the
conference of premiers at Ottawa, and
omits from it the resolution as to arbitration of British Columbia's claims.
If they printed this resolution, the
organs would show that Mr. McBride's
demand for arbitration was turned
cown by the unanimous voice of his
ftllow premiers, Conservative as well
as Liberal, and not by the Ottawa
government.
Therefore they deliberately muti-
: ite the reporl an i ' iy before their
readers a false Statement
Why?
For tlie (to them) good reason tha',
if they told ihe truth, they would deprive tlie government of the elei , a,
ei y which it mean- : i use,
This deliberate mutilation of whal
; ��� a public, official d a nmenl  is vei.
.:.    !:. , ���:.:.'     t_ an 'ar ly
���am.  for one   hlng, an 1  ll  also  In li-
eates   th il   tlie    ;ovei nmenl   i intern-
ate :aa to countrj "a a cr.
:   i'm:; ���   ivi   oui     i    a ed   and
iccounl o   vhal I   il  place a'
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E.RIDGE TOLLS  AGAIN,
feeling .'. ia    It is
time ilie  provl i ..  rnmenl
��� ;    ollectin foi  road  ' raf-
f   on the 1 .'i'le a. ross j tho i-. a ei  a
city,    Objei; i :ou! I   n i    be
made a: lirsi to ihese tolls because i:
.>a fell that the Province was assuming a \ ery large responsibility for a
work whieh mighl prove to be mainly
ni local benefit, and it was right,
therefore, thai 'hose who mosi immediately and directly benefited hy it
should hear some share of the burden
Other tain, and in addition to, their
share of general taxation
Hi:: :- is now acknowledged tha: the
view whieh prevailed wiih the government of the day--thai the work
was no; local, im' provincial���was the
correct one. Tiie bridge is now Been
t.i lie an essential pan of the railway
Bystem of the Province, lt will he
the fault of the _��� vei nmenl If it is
not, in the near future, a self-sustaining enterprise; and that being ihe
(ase, there Is no longer any excuse
for exacting tolls tha- an- both burdensome  and   vexatious.     The cost  of
"running" the bridge would in- largely
reduced it 'lie '' Us were aboli -l.e |,
its usefulness would be Increased   it
A story illustrative ol .he cosmopolitan character of the population of
the Xorth American contineni i~ mid
e: a San Francisco Chinaman, lie
had been in business in the Bay City
for a number of years aiil had ac-
cuired an amount of money which
would make him a wealthy man iu
China, so he determined lo go home
and snend his remaining da>-3 among
his own people. He had lived in the
Chinese quarter and his business had
been wiih Chinese, so tin; he knew
little English, and he deride.] that he
must learn before returning. It would
add to his importance to be aide to
converse with the white men. Shrewdly enough he went ahout ii. Going
to New York, he hired a room over a
small store, far away from ihe Chinese Quarter, and proceeded to ingratiate himself with the people. Soon
hi was acting as a volunteer assistant
In the store and picking up the lingo
very fact. In about six months he
thoughl liis education complete, and
then he arrayed himself in liis best
and went to see his resident countrymen. Addressing them in "English,"
he was answered in Chinese. Then
he asked in Chinese if none of theni
spoke English and was told that they
all did. So he spoke "English" some
more, and they all said "No savey."
And then he discovered that he had
been living in the German colony and
diligently acquiring the language of
the Fatherland!
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THEY PLAY TENNIS.
FLORSHEIM SH
Factory    M'<irf_i-r��    More    I-'orlnnnte
Than Many Millionaire*' IIkiikIiIci ��.
All over Loudon, all over Greal
Britain, wherever you go ymi will si" i
a certain brand of chocolate mi sale
it ls advertised even in the inaguzin .������
Df America. The man who makes :!.
various preparations of cacao thn" also well known to the public ii Rich a i'i. j
I Cadbury, a Quaker of tl Id scho
of Bournville, near Birmingham,, K:...,
laud. Richard Cadbury is very rich
so rich he cannoi spend his money
and he got it all from cocoa an.l i c
oiute. He spends considerable of hi
wealth helping those who make it ;
live like civilized humau beings, bu;
strange to say, the more lie invests o
their account tlie richer he becomes,
Richard Cadbury employs 200 girl
in liis  chocolutc  works.   They  are  |, ���
youd iloiilit  the  happiest  and   luck;.  I
factory girls in the world.  The pee
employed lu the chocolate work    i
in   a   pretty   country   village   of   tii a
own   at  Bournville.     Every  cottag.   .
built accordiiig to the most  nppr >v ���
Banitary regulations and provided wil
all   modern   conveniences.    Each   c
tage  has  half an  acre of ground  i.;
tnched, and there the chocolate in ik
cultivate pretty Bower aud useful vi -
1 ctablc gardens.   Work shuts, dov u
noon every Saturday, and dui Ij _,
suitable weatfter the i pie of Bon
ville spend that afternoon working .
' Iheir gardens. In which Ihey take gl
pride,
The girl chocolate maker-;, howov
have   perhaps   the   best   time   of  r.l   '
When their families do uo! live lu tl
chocolate village thc girls have a .-;
eial colony of eight room cottages pra
vided for them.   Each cottage has f>i:
bedrooms, n kitchen, (lining room, I
Ing i n and bath.   Richard Cadbnr;
has established in tlie village a geuo.ii
supply store, where groceries ami otii
er guilds  are  furnished  not  at   high
than ordinary rales, m is the case with j
so  many   American   company   store...
bUl at lower.
The    girl    ch icolate. makers    v, a-'
eighl    hours   und    11    half   daily.     B
when   Ihey  are  dismissed   for  the  (la    j
do   they   go   au 1   hunker  down   wi:
sunken chests over one of  those  i..
otic,   hysterical   i ...up   novels   whi .
sometimes   make   one   almost    regi.
thai women folk ever learned to roil :
No;   they   don't.     Wise   Richard   Cai
bury   will   not   allow   thai.    His   y'.:
may read  what  Ihey please,  of cour
but   he   makes   an   ironclad   rule   lh .
every mother's daughter of theni sh
have   vigor CIS   exercise   ia    lhe   c;
ah- r.u- a considerable time every C.
For   this  purpose   he  lias  geueroih
provided   tennis   e uirts   and   nthli
grounds  supplied   with all  appli.. ��� ���
needed .or r deist Plavsic:1.! v-uue--. :��� .
FACTOR".   OIKLS I'l.AYlXi: TENNIS.
full   bloomers.    Among  them   are   :'
Hums runners and jumpers.   And ;.
should see those Cadbury fact iry girl
with   their   full   chests,   bright   ey
strong   backs   and   splendidly   dove
oped arms and leu's!   'iheir backs ; i
straighl   aud   ilai.   their  complex;..:
clear and radiant with health, and i
wonder.    Richard  Cadbury   has  dm
everything in mortal power to ui-.i!
them   happy  and  healthy,   line  wo
be all the more surprised at their 1
who Is  familiar with  the appear.r.i
of average tact iry  girls in our Iar
American cities, girls badly nourishe
stoop   shouldered   and  sickly   lookiu
stunted   in   muscular  development   til
dressed in the worst possible way ;
to their comfort nnd health.
Quite as good as the equipment  :
their physicul  well  being is  the p:
vision Richard Cadbury lias marie I'
the   Intellectual   and   human   train!::
of  his  healthy,   wholesome  chocola
girls,   a steady sua of joy is the ���
lag"   hall,   c iiitaiulng  a   concert   _
dancing  room,   whicli   may   lie  turn
Into a theater, an  Indoor gymntis!::
and a library of 10,000 volumes.   [���'
evenings  of   the   week  there  are  h
tures   or   Instruction   classes   for   I
young   ladies.    They   can   study   11:1;
thing    from    abstruse    science,    la:
gunges and  music to co iking,  sewin
and   general   housekeeping.    Cadbnr
chocolate girls  step  from  the  facl >r
Into private life perfect housekeepe
and home makers.
I doubt whether in all the world ar
any  millionaires'   daughters   as   hupp
as    these    Bournville    factory    girl
Their  splendid   Quaker  employer   h i .
struck   exactly   the  right   balance  of
useful work, harmonious muscular er,
erclse and mental and social culture.
CAROLINE ANDERSON.
When you find a frigid lady, try
thawing her out with lee cream sodas.
Nothing is such sweet music to some
people as sound waves of their own
making.
DIED.
EDMONDS���At Comox street, Vancouver, on Sunday, Oct. 21, .lane Fortune Edmonds, relict of the late
Henry V. Edmonds. The funeral
will lake place from the tram office,
Tuesday, Oct. 23, a1 3 p. in., to Holy
Trinity church and Masonic cemetery.
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AMERICAN
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Wo are putting out for To-Day
3 Specials of this noted Shoe
1st���A "Kangaroo Grain" Blucher Cut, with Never-Leal   Sol
absolutely Waterproof Boot, $(5.00 a pair.
2nd���A "Soudan Kid," {ine dressy Blucher Cut Shoe, $5.50 a pair,
3rd���Fine Vici Kid Lace Boot, made with heavy extension soli a
most comfortable litter.   $6.00 a pair.
Try a Florsheim For Your Next
j Johnston s Big Shoe House
1 NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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WANTED���Young man  as apprentice
to jewellery  business.    Apply Hor-     T"
ace Dorer, or Box L37. 193-2      ���
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone lit.
FOUND ���  An   English  setter  bitch
owner can   have   same   by  proving'
ownership       Apply    103    Columbia
street. L93-5
WANTED���..,.-.. -aur:  boy to deliver
dodgers.    Appiy  .47 Front street.
WANTED ��� A blacksmith for ston
quarry. Apply Gilley Bros., Fron
street, New Westmlnsl u 190-tf
WANTED   Girls or women   vho i in
. '-v..   (lall a   _ 17 Front  sl reet.
WANTED    Sale-:,i.ni, ai once.    Apply
n  Grossman.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Knot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
Now Westminster, B, c.
LOST���A hunch of -eve", keys of
. ellane iu;   sort.    Fin ler    le ise re
turn to i i.ii''   New . offlt e.
JOB PRINTING      The   vi ��� ��� "���   Pres
From   _l: eet,   \\ irking     Bring yi
iob , . ini Ing,    !    vill    e  ���  ine
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers   III
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Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents n. C. fottery Co. Bewer pii ������
Local  agents   Vancouver  I'o ; I land ('��� n   -i.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Dej
'Phone to
LOST    Black    spaniel,   lh ���   month
old,    with      :. ��� i    .    ite      iol
lire i ��� ���    a:    '.       ��� .   ��� i, ime   ���
"Joker."   U'".\ ard if retu ed I    ro
ner Twelfth    and    Elghl
Geoi ge Adams,
The Royal Bank of Caw
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und     ';  Kill ne. i .  regi pi  ll     p
All kinds of Ship repair"
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
24 Eighth, St New Westminster. B.C.
LAND REGISTRY ACI
Ke South Part of Lot 3, Block 3, New
Westminster Suburbs.
A certificate ot Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued to
the Brunette Sawmill Company, Limited Liability, on the 15th day of November, 1906, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be madi. to
me in writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office,  New West-
ir.in iter, B.C., Oct. 10, 1906.
LOST���lie' ween tlie o    Sixth     i   ���'  ��� ��� -u   ', > ���
an I Carn ir    p   tree'    and      ird ol j
rade .oom, ia i-a,.: i ,,.'���; DOLL \li open   an   n
61    With    pearls.      1 .;   '.
igni       ���'    ���   ���'' nothing,  1ml  ONE  DOLLA
turn to Dall.   New    offl e
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
THURSDAY, OCT. 25lii, '06
W.   F.   Mann   presents    i   plaj   you
i anno' afford to miss.
As Told
in the Hills
GREAT   CAST���SECOND   SEASON
By far the besl drama'ie production
ol   to-day.
Everything new. New special':,.,,
new scenery, new elect i 'ii it! effei ts
new costumes.
Sea s on sale Tuesday al Ryall's
]i  Ig   .-lore.
Prices 75c, 50c and 25c.
''ti . in  uinl lo $604.50.   THIN .   THIS  OVER.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 3 TO   9   O'CLOCK
NEW   WESTMINSTEK   BHANCH f.   B.   LYLE.  IYIan8g*fl
WHERE TO  BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DlNfl
AND   SUPPER   AFTER   THE    THEAT^I
IVenny s Restaur^]
The Most Up-tc-batc c fe
in New Westminster. IES2
AV, OCT. 23. 1006.
THE DAIL\   (NEWS
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THE
CASH STORE
Children's and Misses'
Winter Coats
A Chance to Save on Them This  Week
, ,,;,.   .. ints : i pa.   an exorbii ml ��� for coats    i        Is wh
,���,..   a ||    .;'  'hem   In   a   fe _ | iei    .irl., :
ed and �� irm, and are willing :
Local News Briefly Told
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Had it i :.        the facl
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aa    .ogglng Co's tug,
.ed $_    '    i        ..-    i Robert D insmuii, has i leased
a ���  13mm i son   li     lo       iftei
having a new   ���  ipeilei  place I in po-
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siti in    The old propeller was broken
EXCELLENCE
of �� nanship finish is what cakes furniture value*.   Our endeavor
i these two qualitiee iu every article bought an.l sold. Our
$1.00 j.-i back dining chair possesses these In marked degree���
tbey an excellent value. Our $..00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ls
:i lea ler .nj Is a winner; roomy and comfortable; aad those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $if).oo ls one
of the best    Morris chairs all oak  frame  from 97.50 each up.
reas ina! I es ,
apt delivery  and   complete  sati       "' '"" ",n* *:i;,li'''    "��� ;" ��*>*��� the    ,
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in cor.   tel
with a  snag,
factioi
195-tf
Thp (���        , . At o   meeting   which   .\ is   he! I   in
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���i���.  i- ....     ....      ,    the Liberal  club  rooms  on   Saturda}
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,, .   ,..i    . . evening, Messrs. J. H   Kennedy, Ml'..
'    ���'    ���    ������ ''������������ ���..,,.,,
i-. w.  Howay, John  Rei i and   J. C.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl Block. Telephone 73.
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Six    its on the 3    i..-        :
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Bert Ta a  Express
Co.'s  mi      i i    i i -  lieen   run-
:   I lie old
1' P.R   -'���':������ i ...     ���        ien  ' ransfei e I
: ��� city
ihe   Jul        . irle     Tapper,
who has been   m    u . Ill
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nt, at  redui   ions mrth to om th
Children's  Coats   of Frieze.     lad     with tn
nd    \.l'-r    Ila-t  tl    LUI      I. :���' a I     a J _ ',..
tieani v nto Iiurna        ike.
The water i
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���   .aia  of  Motth .   ["weed   Cheviot   and   : lorn    ...
; iwn an I I ixford : nli el        mm   i with 1   i  I ot  velvet
- ime  having single   ollar -i.i de     dlar, i Iged
. ��� ���   plain color broadcloth to   nati      -   ���. ���     Formerly
I $4.73.    X iw
2.95
; a lines of coats relic:, and nov   going al $3.45, $3.95
$4.75.
COAT MATERIALS
��� ��� who make Children's Coats or gel them made, we
a ��� verj suitable cloths  at   popular   prices     ilso tbe rlghl
i match them���velvets for collars, braids for trimming,
tons.
-2 to 43-inch Tweeds and Meltons, in good  medium weight,  plain
as   :���   . - a. brown, bi ie and  dark  rei.   Also Tweeds with
i pes, greens, fawns, etc., at
65c and 50c
to 56-inch Scotch and Domestic Tweeds, ::. \w three-! me
���   xtures    Some  with overplaids ol blue   red and g
$1   and  75c
ich   Harris   Homespuns, i:   lar_ i a    ., and Heavy Grey Canadian Frieze.   ;..-���   rlghl  for  warn   I  iatS     Our .��� sular $1.25 and  $1.50
The   annual   b.irve.
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Piidere. .
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It is 1 ossl
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$1.00
' ������    :a    ���
erday with ai ���   250 i ms
N'analmo   ���<
scow lhal ed    t J. W   Crelg
ton's ently,  and   emptle ;  a
X'- F a.        1       coal            ng    nlo   led
New ai   y\v                    ,,-.     ., a     ��� .. |
''   ���' '         '''���''' A     lay  i mtaining   uo   - ellar role,
',:   mont1'       '"' ':;        ;; ':'!"""   but manj    uiring   aquallj    artistic
 ":-       * ' ' ;'        "   ,liatj    "   treatment, ts lhe i I   lifficull sort of
,!i" com'I,al   ���        '"    '     ���'������������ a play to cast, |,U   Henry VV. Savage
The ri g i! ir ... m           e iting of the has   manag   .      i     irral I ir this sea.
New Wi      iii                         the W  C. son's  western   tour   of    The College
T.C.will    e held a     ie   i  me of Mrs. Widow"   an   ensenible   which    be   re-
'���'���  li- Maxwell,    ime   ol  Fourth ave- gards as the bes   he has yet been en-
nue and Seven     streel  on Wednesdaj abled to secure for George Ade's cle-
lernooi                lo ��� '���:. v-er comedy.
Pound             '��� "   :-  walking   hese The   hearts   of  the  fishermen   and
Hi              lias been sold to J. lhe fish buyers are cheered these days
��� ���':..   'ti  Bole, who Intends to use ,j   a   good strong,   stead,   run  of co-
i.   as  a   driving  horse.    The   pound- hoes, whicli those who are versed in
keeper will onl;  remain another week the vagaries  il the lenizens of Father
"'   'l'i"-.   .:  .'hich   the office  will Fraser say is destined to continue for
'"��� c!os   i until next  spring. a  while.    The fish   ire bright  and of
The Dominion  Expi   ss Co.'s double in excellent   quality.    There   were  a
,-erj    '. igon   came  '������  grief large number ot boats oul on Sunda;
few   laj    -���-  . the hind .i\.- break- night,   ind all report good catches.
ii : Ii   the middle    The companj  has The John L. Card, a large tug boat
promised tbe 1 ca!  igeni  t new wagou which was bull I in this city a numl   r
!n the very near future    In the mean- n;  years  a^.>   ind    named    after the
time th" ol i single horse rig is filling well-known   Captain   Card,  now com-
ii   bill. tnauder of the government  snag boat
Tin     ���   i.i tlon of "As.Told  in the Samson,  was   n porl  yesterdaj     The
���A      h   ivill   be  seen   for   one boal   Is   oae: red   bj   the   Federation
en   wemeul at the opera house CanningCo., and look on board aloud
i   xhu  -: .;   next, is one :ha:  bas a of coal   fi un   Glllej   Bros,  whicli   II
cenerous   number of   up-to-date, orig- will   convey   to   the  Lighthouse   can-
ind exciting acts, and written in ner , nea   the mouth of the rive:-.
maimer thai  make, the play a lit- Robert  Ford, of PUI   Meadows, ap-
���'     '���    *������   of the hignest order peared   before    Captain    Pittendrigh,
'i'he   Orillia,   i    small    steam   tug g m.,    yesterday    forenoon,    charged
li  iva.   built  in    this   city   some (Vith stealing a hunting dog from Mr.
,     ago,  and   has    been  operating Leonard,  proprietor ol   Leonard's res-
around   Van     iver, was   in   port   yes- taurant,    Vancouver      'l*!'.''    accused
.,;.      [fi Ttain negotiations which stated   tha!   the  dog  In  question had
are in progress go through, the Orillia ueen .,   greal  nuisance and  had been
may .���:  ���              ������ added to the Fra- basing his cattle and otherwise do
.et  Hei Ing as  i'   ougbl   not, and  In self de-
On j.  ting   the    Princess   Vicl  ria fence he aad tied ll up.   Mr. Leonard
;,.;,,   ;                ii   Esquimalt,  the  In- stated that he ha 1 found the dog tied
jlir|es to tin      - el as a result   >l the up   on    the   defendant's    ranch,   and
,.,.,., ,:-                   vere    found    to   be when he had asked for Its release had
.,                                han  ha 1 al   firsl ' een refuse i   Ta- magistrate ordered
!'   waa   discovered the dog to be given   .    to the rightful
i  ..  ,,,. d   had   been i w ner an I ��� ailed upon the defendant
= had     'en de to pa v the costs of the couri.
FOR LADIES" AND CHILDREN'S
WOOLLEN AND
KNITTED UNDERWEAR
    GO TO   	
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J.   BIRTCH,   267 Columbia Street
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
We don t charge extra ror it. Our
contracts snow that Ave are masters���
thorough in every detail or work,
workmanship ana material.
HARDMAN & BRYSON
bEE  US BEFORE  YOU  LET  YOUR   WORK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED lt.lv.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL  paid up)
RESERVE FUND 	
.$14,000,000
$10,1)00.000
Rt.  Hon.  Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    O.    C.    M.
G  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   C.   A.   Drtinimond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager.
General hanking business transacted.
Branches i:i all Ihe principal cities iu Canada, in  London,   ling., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents In all parts of tho
world.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. D. BRYMNfR. Ayt��Mit.
'itc'S's/Twmm
\Bg��he/rworks shall ye
^ 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 thc inheritance of generations, make
Their
good time keepers an'
consequently comfortable watc
hciency is assured by a guarantee which enables
wner 'o have any constructional defect remedied free of
^ arl!e by ih,. neare8l agent jn any paft Qf me wor|j   They
"    ma��e 'n grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
'*c- CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
A Square Deal for Every
THE MANLY MAN looks all the better if he has a
good flotb.es setting.
Even the very ordinary figure is wonderfully improved and set off to the greatest advantage by pn -
perly tailored clothes.
Our clothing is made according to our exacting
specifications, that is why it is superior to most read;
for-service garments.
Drop in and try on some of these suits and overcoats. That is the best way to size up the hang, style
and fit of the garments.
We have the Progress Brand. Piccadilly Brand, W.
R. Johnston's, John Northway & Sons, and 20th Century Brands of Clothing and Overcoats in stock and
arriving.
New Neckwear constantly arriving.
We mark our goods in plain figures. Ours is a
one-priced store.
H. L. DcBECK
STORE   FOR  NATTY   DRESSERS
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���-.ji THE   DAILY  NEWS
TUESDAY. OCT
WHEN THINGS ARE COMFORTABLE.
<i n
���
i  (
When Hi-  pric. ol stocks goes tumbling
And from Wall street comes a cry
From the l.-.mbs who have been slaush-
t. :. a
And who. ��� cash is more than shy
. ,   . can       He and say  .vou wonder
If ih.   v. eathi r will be fair,
If ynu were ni'l in the market
When tla- price wont in the air.
lt is easy to I"' jolly,
In philosophy to dip,
Wl en you  hear about  a shipwreck
If you ('.o not own a ship.
You can carry loads of trouble
Without  feeling mail or sore
If it la the private trouble
Cf lhe gentleman next door.
(ill. you do i ot min 1 the wi ather,
Th  ugh ii Is a rainy spall.
If yo i havi   a go ��! umbri Ila
Am! a mai : Intosh as well!
Rubber i oi isii s on your tootsies
Aral goi  I ia.:;��� ns on your mitts,
Then you '.-> not care a cooky
If the blami .1 thing nevi r quits.
Yon can stand it very nicely
In the wild financial crash.
Whi n lhe banker skips to Europe
And  his old bank  goes to smash;
With '. ncj     a���'; iken
The perforn ince you can see
If you havi n't any mom j
In th    I   nk that usi d to be
Doesn't Pem It Ti
lat *C-7ay.
"I   thought   ."ii   snid
that   man
is
deeply In debt.   Wl y, h
��� has money
to
burn."
"He is in debt."
"Then why doesn't In
��� pay up?"
"Then  lie  wi n'.dn't   i
ive money
:
burn."
Couldn't.
"There,   y u   i :iy   yol
r  money   ;.
yen take your eliotee."
"No, I do .':."
"Why?"
"Because it Isn't here.
Couldn't Drown Him.
"1 feel safe to go out on the l.il.i
with Charley."
"Is he n j-'"Kxl sailor?"
"No, but father says he was born '.<
tie lumped."
What He Got,
~J\-.V.
"He   is   the   champion   watermelor
eater of the stale."
"Does lie get any medal for that?''
"No; just the stomach ache."
Wrong Kennel.
"Did yen advertise for a lost dog?"
"Yes. but yuu don't resemble him ii
the least."
The Modern Anthem.
It is hurry, bun y, hurry.
In the morning, noon and night;
Human atoms dart ar.d scurry
Up and down in rapid flight.
Hurry lest some irci the better
Of you In lhe daily (.rind;
Hurry lest somi  other fretter
Find that he has changed his mind.
This might leave you badly stranded
At tin   i bblng of the tide
Just when you had thought you'd landed
High and dry your prize beside
Bo It's hurry, harry, hurry.
Night and morning and at noon;
Human  atoms dart  and  scurry,
Resting nol   laath sun or moon.
They Never Show It.
"That fellow acts like a mlllionairi
"That's how  1  know thai  le 's a   '. '���
bluff."
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Pluck i,lakes opportunity, while lm _
waits for it.
A blunderer seldom makes anyt!.'...
but mistakes and a little cheap 1..-
tory.
lt Is as easy to restore hair to a ball*
head as it is to make an honest man i
politician,
Sometimes  when  a   man  has
raising a disturbance he finds it
lary to plnnl a mortgage soon n
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 cc;t 1
and i._o for anthracite. Xnt more
than ,120 acre- can be acquired by one
individual or company, Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be- collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
years and ovi'r and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates I
may  obtain  entry  for  a mining  location.
A free miner's certincate 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.
Thc claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocatcd within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one ad-
ditional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least ��100 must be expended nn ,
the  claim  each  year   or  paid  to  the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission m.-.y be granted by the
Minister cf the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2T_ per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar cr bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back-
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding 1000 feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of tlie river
below any low water mark, and sub-
f r first year and $10 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 of
general direction of tlie creek 01
gulch, the width being from 1000 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 addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall bf
charged the rest of the party ordinary 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
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output  after It exceeds Sin.ooo.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���,
Six leases of five  miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of _
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position r.n the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and'
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $-���. A claim may be !
abandoned and another obtained on
the same ^.-eek, gulch or riv.r, by
giving  notice  and  paying  a  fee.
W'.r',: must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work lias been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry liy a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any '.ther line, They protect
their trains by tlie- Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in tlie
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum  -All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon ,
Territory, are open to prospecting fori
petroleum, and  the minister may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company ]
having machinery  on  the land  to bei
prospected, an area of 1020 acres Tor
such   period   as   he   may   decide,   the I
length of which shall not exceed three
limes the breadth.     Should the pros-!
pector  discover  oil   in   paying  quan-J
tities, and satisfactorily establish such'
discovery, an  area  not  exceeding 640:
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the  rate of
$1  an acre, and the  remainder of the
tract    reserved,    namely,    1280   acres,
will be sold at thc rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister of the  In
terior.
Dept, Interior.
PR0FESSlOr.A_.
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HITES
IDE ft
EDMONDS
Br
rris-
ters
and solicitors
Blue
;ie
Blk.,
Col
nmbia
street,
New
West
11111
ster.
vs.
J. Wh
iteside,
II. L.
Edmonds
Mr. J. B. HAMPTON BOLE, solici-
"' tor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building. Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
MARTIN, WEART & McQTJARHIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms L'l to "4, .4. Granville street. .1 .sejih Martin, K. C, ...
W. Weait, \Y. U. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl be in tin
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., -i. Lorne
street, opposite Ci art House, New
Westminster. A. Whealler, P.O. Box
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister aud
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia nml McKenzie streets, New Westminster, 6. C.
VV. MYERS GRAY. Barristi . Solicitor
and Nol ty Public, in practice since
1S91 at New Westminster, B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone G4.
BOARD OF TRADE.���Xew Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room. City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte.ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
' Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, PO. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 ).. m. Visiting brethren are .ordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No.-459
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    E. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hi.ll first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
/. O. O. F���AMITY  LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited ti attend. A. !'. Halla-
day, N.G.: w. C. Ci atham, Rec. Sec
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE No. 3
���Meetings tlie first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend,
Lodge room, A. O. V. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, 0.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Ros�� Degree meels Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. B. Stinch-
combe, Pres., II. Disney, Secretary,
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 1099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month nl, 8 o'clock, in tlie small
hall, Oddfellows' blocl;. Visiting
brethren nro (ordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rushtoh, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are eordial.v invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at. S o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hal!, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesdav of (".cry month *n
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; .1. j. Forrester, Kee. Sec.
Annua
Xmas
Drawin
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach  Com'y
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 office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box,
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT-A11 holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company==Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   Columbia street
���wian  "UltlFCrb       NEW WESTM|NSTER SDAV, OCT. 23, 1906.
THE DAILY N   WS
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ALL  DAY  WEDNESDAY
To Get Ready for the Greatest Clothing Sale Ever Held  {
in New Westminster.
WATCH TO-MORROWS   PAPER FOR DETAILS
estmin
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r __f ^'
Company
DAVE   GROSSMAN,   Proprietor
I. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kina's of
[umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     lurned 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.
elephonel2.
New   Westminster    t
���r^-c.
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES
] FLOUR.
i       SEALED TENDERS a i Iresse i  "In-
1   si ectors P nitentiaries,   Ottawa,'
|     '��� :  ���������: lor.ed "Tend    ���    i .     Flour,"
'���> ill   ���"  rei dve i   intil   Mon lay,  22n 1
Oeto ������:. inclusive, from par-les desir-
.. - ol < ml rai ting  for the supply of
, flour  foi   ��� wel.    nu ml lis  en ling 31st
��� ��� ' ��� ���     1907   .  .  the un lermentl med
|   |   nitentiai es, u iniel.;
{       Kingston Penitentiary.
|      St. Vlncenl   le !'a ul Peni.1 entiary.
Don hes ei Penitentiary.
Manitob i Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
��� rt i Penitent Iar; . li Imonton, Al-
erta.
Form,   if ten I ir an I Information a"3
��� i ' irm of contract will be furnished
en a  ; lii ition : i I be War lens of the
}   P   ..      iaries
[ DOUGLAS STEWART,
' GEO. VV  DAWSON,
i Ins] ��� ��� irs   ���' Pen I ml Iaries,
De   u tment of Justice,
i >������ iw ,. i ictober 3th, 19 16.
Canada's
Monster
Crop
This is a banner crop year for Canada, in quality as well as quantity.
Never I efore ha. 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 I
powerful machinery in their 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 Beld to your breakfast table.
FERT PARAGRAPHS.
ripe dreams rarely pay for the iie.u
[nation Invested In them,
Same households run like clockwork
-dollar clock.
No gentleman ever admits that be
has corns for the populace to tic. i
upon.
JAPAN IS ANGRY
WITH I'NITED STATES
Biaze   of   Indignation   at   the   Treatment of Japanese  in  the
Republic.
inadian Bank of Commerce  LAND REGISTRY ACT.
���up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER, General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Ass:. Gen'l Manager.
Not bin;, appro hi I.
apprecintlon,
;e a desire 1 u
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
People who bave money to burn ;: re
the people win don't burn it. And
neither do the other people, by the
way.
Being aggressive is fun for the a..
grosser only when he is the biggest.
People who are absolutely wlthoul
savor or salt are apt to plume tbem
selves greatly on being amiable.
It is not bard to bave a good opinion
of a man who keeps liis opinion of lili.i
self to himself.
Hopeless.
The season now is almost o'er
When ragweed drives to fury
Its sneezing victims by the si-ore
Condemned without h Jury.
The only railway running through
s'eepers and tourist cars. Host equipment.
Train for Seal I le leaves al S.30 a.m.
Eastern Express al 15.40.
(RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
'  i   iNERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
I.   facility afforded   Farmers  for   their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
I     I or 1   .erl   for collection.
��� ���*>   MAIL   Deposll i   maj  ' e ma le       kI\ .drawn o ���.   a ail,
I ' -   receive  ever;,   a   'ration.
Nt"W  WESTMINSTER BRANCH-  H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
��PEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO D O'CLOCK.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
,.:... I bat   application   has
been ma le to regisb r .lohn Kennedy
a .    ...   ow tier In  fee simple, under a
tax sale tu SI '.ney A, Fletcher
.,  John   Kennedy, bearing   date the      For  rates,   reservations   and  other
Usi   da;   of  December, A.D   1901, of  particulars apply to
all an ! sing ��� a    :..   certain parcel or
of land   and   premises   situate, ED. GOULET,
;. .1)4 an : '������ ti   i i   lie Dlstrli I of New rj. P. R. Agent,
��� nlnste .      the Province of Brit- Now Westminster
.- ;     C ilum l.i,     more     . articularly
kn iwn an I I as Lots 1, 2, 3,
,   -..v. I   .".   .;: ' . of   Lol   26,
(..roup I.   Lo md - . '.'���....    ... b ib
.... . '.    and
-. iii'" NOTICE.
livl     d     " Section  ID, Townsl 	
..: . ���    _     , We    of tlie 61 . Me I
/ 111 W��ir~ (NU
.        ['tils nei    \V
aX E:sE
7v\ \
JL.
E.   J.   COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
IE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Having s ii I oul  the bicycle an I re-
.  ���   , ,, a,.e  required I iir  tin ines3,  we  will carry  on  the
,..       the claim   it thi   tax  ; ur- '-.,.. trical  buslnes - exclu lively In the
.... |aya     ,m   he I dure, and will earn  a full si ick of
... . 0|   ��� ,e  first     :   ���' iti ni   i   this everything In thai line thai Is to be
i ���.;,,���.   in : In   lefa ill of a caveat or ii in I In o firsl class shop.
certificate a   lis pendens being filed House wiring will  be promptly at-
n-lthln such  period, or In defaull ol tended to, an.) our prices on every-
rede tlon befot i registration, I shall thing will be found bs low as those of
register   John    Kennedy    as   owner any  other  business concern   of  this
 ��� :a fee.   And I direel that pule kind on tlie eons'.
lii ation of this no Ice for one month ��if_rwtT70ri A "V
a daily   newspaper   published ft 1 . MU W15KA I
Xow Westminster shall  be goo I and
sufficient service
Dated al the Land Registry Office, 	
New Westminster, Province of British ?-�����������
Columbia, thjs  L3th  day of October,
When from hay fever we aro free
Tn b . a-i  woul l I"' an .rror,
For a- p on han I nexl .lay will t>-
To Ud a r s a.i In ' irroi
Reform Spelling.
Maybe ti " president  thinks he h-i
discovered  . nnet! ���;._   new   in  ref i ���
spelling, I -.1   t'ae self made man  in i,
come to (he fronl  one of these ii i
moil".lly claiming that be saw ii fir I
There may ho _ ime ro id rea * in wi
wo should spell a won! on ��� way a
pronounce it  another way. but  It
quires a college edueatl in I i dls
the reason, nud nol all of u i have t
for thnt.
l'.'i- example, is there any one w
thinks v.a are doing    imcthlng br! ���'
when  WO ;; i way aroiinil Ihe busll  tit
tern a few handsprings on tho lawn -
sp.il y.H-lit when v. o c iuld como nl II
such a simple ami direct manner
Jusl spelling it "yot" and telling thn
who didn't like our way of spoiling ���
ro and fall off a barn?   This Is ou ��� >���
tho reforms that has been overdue ;'
several centuries and  there Is n it   ''���
slightest danger thai tire common pec
pie will get sore about it.
Columbia  Street,  New Westminster.
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
-arruthers Manufacturing Corny.
. Manufacturers of
PW Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Th
" Carruthea s Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU        , C.
A.D, 1906
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Mrs. Elizal eth Kathleen Black,
William Knighl  an! Jed O. IHake.
~�� '    All persons served with this notice,
!   and those claiming through or under
���hem,  and all   persons claiming any
Interesl In the said land by virtue of
any unregistered  Instrument, and all
persona claiming any Interesl in the
;.,!,,  ^nd  by descent, whose title is
���,,, registered 'in ler Hie provisions of
the "Land R iglatry Act," shall be for-i
ever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respeel of
fhe said land so sold for taxes aa pro-j
,;,,.,,, the ���!....! Registry Act."
SPROH-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED,
336 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, dregs and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R.I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
Walking on the Crust.
English scientists who have measurei
It In their minds estimate thai tei
earth's crust Is forty-five miles thick
Willie that does not seem like a ver;
long distance on the earth's surface, I
n mini is on the ear., riding on a ptt3.
It Is unite n distance down if one had t
die. it witli a spade.
To Hie ordinary lazy man the post
hole two feet  deep seems  far enoe
If   not  too   far  to  R'>  down   inlo   til
bowels of the earth.    If told to <'������'���
down forty-five miles he would throv
up ids hands, his spade and bis .)>!
and look for employment that wns .-
groat deal more like fishing.
It would be nice to Ret down undo
the crust to see v. hat i.s there. . fay'a
W! are living on top of a big pie. Wh-
knows? However, that is not what tin
scientists think, They sny that do..-.
below Is n raging tire, so perhaps li mvj
men should lie careful M to how t'i".
Jump on Uie crust.
New York. Oct. 22.���The Tokio cor-
respondenl of the Sun cables that It
would lie difficult to overestimate ihe
gravity of the situation caused hy the
anti-Japanese feeling againsl the United States During his III years' resilience in Japan the correspondent has
never seen Hie Japanese press . . agi-
tated against the Americans. .\t a
dinner Saturday, attended by 150
promlnenl bankers ami business men.
at   the Imperial  hole!,  the  feeling  wis
expressed thai America shoul.l not re
gard wiih Indifference acts that are
tantamounl to a declaration of a
racial war. Little was said regarding
the American protest againsl Japan's
programme in .Manchuria, tin.- killing
ot Japanese sealers, the murder of th i
Japanese hank president in Sau Francisco, the Hawaiian exclusion policy,
the public attacks upon Prof. Omeri
and Congressman Nairn's scheme, all
of which incidents have occurred wit iiii: three months, hul the exclusion of
Japanese children from the pU|:; ���
schools of California cuts the Japanese, a child-loving nation, to Hie quick.
There is evidence ihat. the government regards the situation a- extremely serious. It has taken measures to calm tiie press ani to discourage mass meetings thai have been
called to adopl retaliatory measures.
'l'lie imperial government recognizes
iiia' American opposition to die Japanese is iiow local, imi the opposition
politicians hold tiiat it is noi a local
manifestation, and they point out thai
the American authorities have taken
decisive slops to define the relations
bet ween ihe two countries.
\ prompt repudiation of ".-," .���:,
Japanese sentiment by tiie United
States ai large is necessary, the correspondent thinks, :,, avoid a crisis in
Japan that would resull in the de
bIruction of the friendly relatl ma be
tween tlie two nations.
In   Chambera.
The Hon. \v. Norman Bole disposed
of the following chamber list yester-
aily forenoon:
Lyons vs. Wool -Whiteside ,!. Ed
inotids for lhe plaintifi. Application
for sale of land. An order mad*., as
requested.
Raymond vs. Kennedy ��� Parks i' ir
plaintiff, McQuarrle for tbe defendant,
Application to set aside judgment,
His honor decided that the plaintiff
r,hould pay all costs of present motion into court, nnd Rive security for
tlie amounl of judgment, to tho satisfaction of tlie registrar, within 21 days
after the present date, Oct. 22, otherwise motion to he dismissed with
costs of judgment to remain In full
force.
Tingle vs. Sharpe���Application tn
sny execution. Whiteside for plaintiff and Pottinger for defence. Application dismissed, with costs fixed at
. 8
THE DAILY   NEWS
TL'ESDA ,
<*��.*.���.
it.
si*
/
WHERE TO BUY YOUR PROVISIONS
AND HAVE A TASTY MEAL
Prime Pork Sausages and Select Head Cheese
Smoked Halibut Select Kippers
Smoked Salmon
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL |r"-"~-��-��*
OUR   STOCK   OF
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN      COMFORTABLE       CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
Matte, int.nil-d for this column should be ad.
dressed. Social Bditor, Liiiily News, P.O.
llux ll'-',  Ne* Wt-liiliusu. i.
Mrs. P. .1 Ci ulthard gave a small
bridge party en Friday evening.
William Ladner was in the city yesterday.
.Miss Muriel Shildrick is to be the
guest of Mrs. Worsfold for a week.
Mr. Herbert Brookes was in town
on   Sal urday.
.lames Watt has resigned his pos.
tion as engineer of the Robert Duns-
mair.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Walsh, of Winnipeg, spent the week end in the city,
the guests of Mr. and M:s. W. .1. Armstrong.
On Thursday next Mrs. McLeod and
Miss Florence McLeod will leave this
city for Los Angeles, Cal., where they
will visit for an indefinite time,
Mr. and Mrs. Bartlett, who were
married in Blaine on Sunday afternoon, are spending their honeymoon
In this city, and intend to take up
their residence here.
Mr. Peck, chief inspector of boilers
and machinery, is holding engineers'
examinations in Vancouver. A large
number of candidates have presented
themselves   for  examination.
Mrs. Huntley Gordon entertained a
number of friends al bridge last even-
iiu
M. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    ISO.
.... CALL ON....
r.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
The Weather.
Victoria, Oct. J.'.���The barometer,
whieh has been abnormally high over
this province for some days, is slowly
falling, and the present fair spell is
likely to give place to unsettled weather. The winds are moderate from
'.lie eastward along the coast. Fine
weather extends across ihe Dominion
to the great lakes.
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
Tempera
u res.
Min.
Max.
Victoria	
..    38
66
..    32
53
Xew   Westminster.
.2
54
. .     _S
4G
Barkerville	
..    2.
42
..    42
.ri4
Atlln	
. .    4H
44
Dawson  	
..     . !i
4S
..    _s.
5S
Winnipeg	
..    30
a.
Portland   	
. .    40
62
Han Francisco..   ..
. .    ���
70
Forecast:   Lower
mainlam
���
Light
oi    moderate    wind
s,   mostlj
c
oudy,
v.ith showers to-nlg
lit or on
Wednes-
lay; higher temperature.
Arthur Wise was busy yesterday
taking a final lesson in the wrestling
art previous to meeting Harrison, of
Nanaimo, at the Vancouver opera
house this evening. The local boy's
chances of flooring the Nanaimo mal
artist sec_n) to he good, and he will
noi lack local support when he faces
bis opponent on the mat.
-o-
For China
 AND	
The steamer McCullough was in
[���orl yesterday and took away a carload of cans manufactured at the
Western Canadian Can factory. The
fans will lie taken to the Eagle Harbor cannery, from which place a large
number of empty crates for the can I
< ompany were brought.
Among those present were Mrs.
Youngling, Mrs. Gaynor, Mrs. Coult
hard, Mr. Whaeler, Mr. Martin and
Mr.   Lafferty.
W, 1'.. Johnston, Mrs. W. Johnston
and Mrs. W. S. Collister left for Seattle on Sun.lay, where they will meet
Alf. Johnston, who is returning home
after an extended tour of the eastern
cities.
Mr. i)i uglas Symington, the well-
known ranclier of Langley, left on
Saturday torn visit to Edinburgh. He
espects to spend Christmas at Nice.
and will not return to British Columbia until April.
Mrs. Meyers lira;, entertained a few-
friends at afternoon tea yesterday.
'I hose present were Mrs. and Miss
Neville Smith, of Chilliwack; Mrs.
Herbert Neville Smith and Mrs. De
Wolf Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. Starratt, who
have been residents on Ash street for
a great many years, and have seen
the city, Irom a small place, grow to
its pri sent proportions, will leave in
, the near future it make their home
ii.  Vancouvei'.
Mrs. C. ���). Fagan and Mrs. .1. Sti 1-
well Clute were the hostesses at a
very enjoyable bridge party yesterday
afternoon al the residence of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Clute. The guests wer*.
Mrs. .Malins, Mrs. Graeme, Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs. DeWolf Smith and Mrs.
Gaynor.
Mrs. C. J. Fagan Is spending a few
days in the city, the guest of her mother, Mrs.  ..'. S. Clute, of Fairview.
The ladies of Holy Trinity intend
giving a card party in St. George's
hall in the near final". It will be under the direction ol Mrs. A. Malins
and Mrs. Worsfold, and should be a
most enjoyable affair.
A ladies' bridge club, consisting of
twelve members, has been formed,
which will meet once a. week throughout tlie winter at the houses of the
dlfferi n; ladies belonging to the club.
Mrs. Smith, si., who lias quite recovered from her recent illness, is the
guest of her daughter-in-law. Mis. Ira
Smith. Fourth avenue.
Gl
ass ware
TRY
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
1-2 Mile From R.R.
Station, Port Hammond
Twelve acres (black soil with clay
Bubsoll), nearly all cleared. Good
fruit trees. Good roads. Creek runs
through land. Six-roomed dwelling
and good outbuildings.
PRICE���$2200.
WHITE & SHILES
26C Columbia St.
Phone 85.
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS���It is impossible to exaggerate the
future possibilities of this Lulu Island land as an
investment. (Air words and phrases may seem
exaggerated to many, but the only way you can
fully appreciate this property is to allow us to
show you over it.
FIVE ACRES
Will keep a horse, cow and poultry, besides producing a crop of $1000.00 annually.
ONE CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND.
$175
SECURES ONE OF THESE LOTS.
N. B.   Come in to-day���-the choicest selections are
being taken.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ud.
Insurance Loans Heal Estafe
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New   Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
*
Economy! Ladies'  Fall  Underwea,
*
<*
Sargent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
housekeepcr'stime
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
appetizing
dishes can be
marie from what might be wasted
if it were not for the Gem.
It chops fond of a'.l kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread,
crackers, etc. It does not mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, imt chops
tlie food as you want it���fine, coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, seif-
sharpening. _s'o kitchen complete
without it..
L
ANDERSON    i>
&LLSBYJ
Now   Complete
When   women  ask  fo;   L*l��rwear at our store, thi
dence tba-  we will Bhow therBonly the best mak'-.
make,   as
'::
- . .,
Turnbull's Perfect Fitting,
Watson's Unshrinkabla and
Penman's    Natural    Wool,
we do so wiili tin- knowledge that there are no betti
any person.
Ladies' All  Wool  Vests and  Drawers,  75c  to $1.75  per  ���:    -ent.
Union  Vests and Drawers, 35c to  ?1.C0 per  garment.
Full   range   Ladies'  and   Giris'   Cor-binations.   $1.00   to    |
per u
r ent.
ADDITIONAL LOCAL NEWS
The Terra Nova came Into port
yesterday and brought In the li. C.
Packers' camping outfit from Toby inlet. J. Hutchinson, who lias been in
charge of the camp for the season,
accompanied it.
Just wait till Thursday morning for
that new suit ymi were figuring on.
The Westminster Clothing Co. Is going to put out on that date the biggest
sale of clothing ever inaugurated iu
this city. Bargains, bargains, l ar-
gains In everything. Fifteen thousand
dollars' worth of siock to be slaughtered. Rain coats, overcoats, boots,
shoes, hats, winter underwear���everything a boy or a man needs in the
way of wearing apparel, 195-2
The R. P. Rithel arrived in port
yesterday withoul any passengers, as
ii.- license lias run out. The Rithel
started on the return journey yesterday afternoon, and will only make
one more trip to ibis port before going into .-ale quarters lor tlie winter
months. 'I'he vessel brough! into port
a large mixed cargo, including 15 tons
of mill supplies for tlie Brackman-Ker
.Milling Co., and a large quantity of
gemral merchandise for up river merchants.
The New Westminster-Chilliwack
tram by-law is now passed finally.
Matsqui mi Friday last voted strong
for tlie by-law, and nn Saturday Langley ami Sumas followed sui!. .Mr.
Clover, wlio lias been watching tlie
niattei- very closely, has returned to
the city, and tin- final results have
been wired to the company's bead of-
1 lire at London, England. The work
on lhe proposed new line, ii is expected, will now shortly lie commenced
and pushed along as rapidly as pos-
si' !e.
Mayor Keary left on yesterday afternoon's train du Kamloops, where
lie will attend tlie annual convention
ol British Columbia municipalities,
which opens in that city on WedneB
day. Aid. How;'..., the other representative of New Westminster, intends lo leave tliis afternoon, and will
arrive there in tune for the opening
meeting. Mayor Keary, being secre
tary of the U.B.C M., lefl earlier in
order to attend the meeting of the executive, which takes place this afternoon. The mayor expects to return
in time to take the chair at Friday
evening's council meeting.
At Its recent meeting, the Surrey;
municipal council passed u resolution
Instructing their clerk to write to the
i iii.; (ommissioner of provincial!
lands and works, calling his attention
to tiie injustice of the tolls mi the
New Wesiminster bridge as al presenl In force. Tbe price for a team
pml wagon, without regard to the,
weighl of the load, is 20 cents. If a!
wagon loaded with live hogs, sheep or
calves Is driven tu rosB the bridge, the
owner is taxed .". rents per head for
all bis slock, In addition to paying lbe.
usual toll for lbe loam, wagon anil
driver.
Last night's attraction a.i iln.' opera
house was essentially a one man
play, the whole burden nl the per- ',
formance being borne by Harry Hoyt,
a. Humboldt A. Jones, a newspaper
correspondent in old .Mexico. Harry
Hoyt's name did nol appear in ,big
type mi the programme, but from the
opening of the llrsi act lie stood bead
and shoulders above tlie remainder
of the company, and his work redeem- I
ed what might otherwise have been '
n, very mediocre play. Frank de
Camp, tlie royail slave, Beemed to have
'little In do beyond adopt a striking
attitude,  bui   lie could  do tilia  to  pei-,
fection,    it may be ungallant to .say
it. hut the la lies in Hie cast did not
come up to expectations, the only one
who made any kind of a. bit being
Miss Hazel Rice, a petite Spanish
lady wilh a neat ankle und graceful
carriage. Her Spanish dunce in Hie
third act was well received by the au-
dlence.
Here are a few special lines not always known to be kepi n ..;r B
kctions  as we   show:
Plush Lined Slipwaists. Nazareth Waists. Plush Line-.! s .eping $gi|
for children. Rueben's Vests. Infants' Anti-Grippe Ban. .. S j-nber Sox fM
ccld feet, Scarlet and Black Vests and Drawers for women. Plusn Bloom
ers,  etc.
As tlie weather grows colder you   will   be  lum.ina   - .   ���,., ,.
Underwear which we can suppl:..
W. S. COLLISTER & (M
FURNITURE
UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
>>>V*>>''��>"*0>>">>>X<0>>>>^
9
V
i
!���. A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
X in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
I
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;���'  716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.    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
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������������������������j
Electric Railway Service!
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ni. to 11 p,
m. excepting at 7:aii and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City   Limits  Line    :-'.    .ice from
G   1 a    a   III.    Ill    I I     p  i|).
20 Minute Service���,\o transfer,
Between 1_ and _ and I, and 7.
U
30 Minute Service during re-jl
malndor of day. l ranker at fl
Leopold fiace. t|
Sunday   Service   balf-hourl.  t#|
tween   8   a.  m.  and   1" P' "j
City and Sapperton.        j
Sapperton Line���la Minute Serif
vice, exce) i  between ll ��"?!
2, and 6 and ., during 'vlll''j
hours    t lie   service  will MJ
naif-hourly, i
Sunday Service   bait nourl. .'H
tween 8 a. in. BOd  11 !'��� ffl' j
British Columbia Electric Ry. Cc.^J
������*��.��
FOR STOCK RAISERS
111 ���������JO*,..
MmONT<Y'
1..3  ,r
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicei
Straw Cutter, Grain Grii
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above rnafl
ines include Fleury's, CocksPJ
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited

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