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VOLUME 1. NTMi'.l'.i;  i;,
Battling Dane Puts Negro Out In 42nd Round But Biow
Lands Below Beit and Referee Gives Decision
To Colored  Map.
.    ' ���
.   ... Set '.     s    Mir
t todaj        t lhl
in   'he    Und
..  - ,        oi gesl  :Ah'  Been in
Both   n en   were   tin  .
��� en !'��� i.  but Gans wa s
��� rongei        II'-    -' ;.,-
IntS, a:: I  had
��� : ..a   all   through   thi
��� .. rid.    hui ting   hin:
tbe l-ii l round bi gan,
leir   usual   clinch,
. i 1 on iian-' shoul
.....,    <  .eral times
���      iparent
:   a.ai.    ai  lust   he
a ���    -       It G
nuari    In    hi     -.   ���;.
- .
lis hack.
without I a    ...
....- nei in. I award-
on  a  foul.
-  \        The  foul   a. i-   -.
.   1    :.
ted       All
mtesl   "..
'-. II dat Gam
a    ���   ���     and
G        In   man ip  a   refi  ii' .       riiuce    -=a.--
cveryoni ���.         .'.as  'be
more               il when it is known thut
.:i ila- .. ���   his right
hand     \'evi lid In- strike
it, wil -   exception of
t-arm while dim
his   .- a;-:    the   left
'ian alshl      as shown when
.-     a        . ���  .      rd round
��� ; inch on
he s-. . face.     V  bone
������'-.������:       I Gan
in. Hi
... h   he
Iized i
n 1.
; e fight tb      Nei-
ed.    Hi    -aid  he
'.- Is  n   as   he
ng and Nelson
inounc   i    fi r
eel   N'elsi n  ���������
-.    ...        .   [i   il
A Sej '.   I. - 1 hree miles
'.. ,vehn< ��� . a Voseml -- stage was
. ,   ���,..   ii   robbi r yesterday,     ile
..  ���        .���  ;.;.- -��� ngers  out and  he! 1
ip on I he .'oad   Wertmer Bishop
Sew   Voia:  was  the  ilrsi   searched
. : ���  .   .  .        aken from him.   A. F.
tn ither Mew York man lo3t
��� ���  took two    oa .    ota  of  the
���   .    Vv o ol   the  ,   ssi ngers  were
��� .     '.... .   took   'he  hold-up    as
part   - :   I -a-   trip     A
liei le  took aim
a'  ihe Pan lit, bul  was previ nted from
Ing       ai   :��� How   assi ngers wh ���
eared that i'  ���       Igh   hav.- ac
ci a plices.   'i'he Wells Fargo treasure
was taken out. and  rifled.    It. is
. ii   how   much   it   < ������<trained.
'An- Unite 1 Sia'es mail �� i   also 'aken
���   ihe     age was not .   . .  fur-
iiu :.     Tin-  a an   : -   with    It   ...   I it   the
" .      -a    .- P.i  I ������'. 1   up  til ���  si Ige  last
. ��� . :   ia   '  .    . '���.Si-  year  in  July.
Powerful Freight   Engines  Corne Together With Terrific
Force and Leave an Awful Pile of Debris Wiih
Dead and Dying Among It.
Describes Resources
Of Remote Territory
ister   Nine   Aqain   Loses   Repo-ted to the Minute at Revelstoke
to the Aggregation  of the
Sorder Town.
With All on Board Delighted.
ih".���1st    e, Sept,  ::.���The Ov. rseas
��� a feated    lhe   Ma ossed the Rockies and the
egation yester-   Sel . ,   and   ai  Ived   here   in
i  ��� , ime played in the  i:... .-    ���      f the i on schi    i ���
���   ���   game was a prettj   time    Wi   have on!    tl     Gold R nge
i . but, as was the   to travi nd  t    i un    down    the
���   i  e games    that
��� : in Blaine this sea-
  was spoiled bj
��� ti di   implre.    It is really
llway terminus
��� ���   i -   :��� here at Vancou-
���  ���   C   P.   R   sti amshlp  Em in
the Blaine team cannot   oi Chin irrj   the Ori-
nails   to  tl      Fai   Bast     The
magnifli ence  oi   i hi    mountains   was
i   an   umpire   that   will   pntal
���   i     Tin-   youthful    in-
int id  '.' fill  lhal
���. in -. estei lay was not ���
an  unfi   gel ta   ���       arm  to  those  on
hoard, and   In the   Ii Ightful  summer
I was!	
Incompetent,   and   knew   less   weather, for the thermometer is in the
an man;   a ten year  seventies, thi   grand old -now crested
peaks,   the   large   glaciers   and     the
���   ol  the facl  thai   the game
.-i'i l bj  the absurd nn- '<
i    ��� re, the Mew Westmln-
iijo.'.e.t   their  trip, and
. e   oth   e-  re and after
There are more attracUons
a a e generally supposed
I In i    town  of  that  size,
a   : aseball   learn  to   find
- un'' ol  the boys are poor on
have   managed    to
hit -.villi the Blaine girls
iifvp   v.iiioys   wen        constant
.    .
- irpi Ise.
'. ���     mable    to accompany
. .a i  Lewis,  Blaine's
v..,s Induce 1  to lake his
��� i good  ball all the
that New Westminster
 i-i   not   be   blai I
He con i not  have  pitched
een playing  with iii-i
With   the   excepi.on    of
all the New Westmlnstei men
Pretender   Defeated.
Tangier, Sept. ::.���The pretender to
the  throne has   been   defeate I    neai
Muluya   and   two   of    his     principal
i hiel   wen  killed.
Visit  West   Point.
West Point, N. Y.. Sept. 3���The governoi-  general's   Soot   guards  of   Ottawa visited the military academy today.
' in their usual pla -es. and
��� ��� .i li was the same .is ihat
��� <'i here last  Wednesday.
Knocks Out Dougherty.
Butte,   Sept.  3.��� Mike  "Twin" Sullivan knocked out .Lick Dougherty In
the   nineteiilh   round   tonight.
"nations    Are    Heard    and    Many
'-tshes   Are   Observed   by   Police  Officers.
'���'���".   Island    of  Si.     Vincent,
'      '���' Sept, 3.���Police officers Bta-
! :" Chattau  Belair,    near   the
'' volcano reported yesterday
-I   detonations  were   heard,  and
'A   flashes were observed over
l|'"1" between ihree and    five
Herman Oelrichs Dead.
Newport, it. I.. Sept. :;.��� Herman
Oelrichs, of New York, died Saturdav
on board the steamer Kaiser Willielm
pier Grosse, while en llis way to this
country, according to a wireless nies-
sage received here today from the
Steamer hy  .Mrs. oelrichs
: ���   entativi the
had  ���' ������  good  fort ine  l
..   ���    Ir. Stewart   Domini
, and
m lil ne .       rs ol
mtlii     Intinerarj        ivhich
Ideas    '  ' .a- great 1   -
��� ��� ���
,-elled '���--.'.
'. ��� an ��� .
es, and   until  a-    i
les of the end
....   ,vas     I the I Imi   In  .... .
.    a med to I hink :..: I sp . ..
s thi   :  .   north and northwes
ii   :.-.     :    b   ..  .- the
- . .      ' ... made 1
. .   .   ' a   : :-a :     ... s   ...   '
.   am '���   ,!i 1   ' hen  ;.   sc w
.-���. ���    .-.  :    o  con plel -     th.'    second
-���    to Fort McMurray, whence an-
! -       iveller  to
-an   nnd  on  down Slave
mouth   of thi   i'   . ���
s.a. h's  . in Ung    where    a
- ���. aii -a    of   th..-    st ream
. "���   i le I ;: ��� irtage whi I   .' .- ....i le
irt Sn  'ii. sixtee i I
......     .- -      . . elli
,vini    "        ���������       .....--.  .- a
[ some 1,300 miles.    Think ���
:.: -be northern interii r,
��� -  -   aighi   aw ay,   .'. Ithout  a
, on i   -���..   i :    .'���_!���    di afi
I e riv    'a     ti .' ��� it
... | i     iss Gn ;���  sl. . ���   lake, into i h
.    rivei    . ��� ���       ���'! 1 en ;.. F   r
McPherson  on  the  Peel  river.    This
foi: is ihe most noi"!.i. ly ol tb.- il. B.
ists an ; A well .-��� iii.in thi  Arctic
.    Mr.   s:. wan   arrived   a  Utile
'���-..   ..      ��� ��� ai tuall���   sei   thi   sun  g i
n    ;:i   . '!���-: j  ring,'      i' there was
im   uight���only   a   little     i -lining  of
llight, a-   il  were,   .. 11    then    ibe
in w day.
Partly to avoid an up-stream jour-
ue... aud partly to cover new ground.
Mr. Stewart decided to  ..'all.; over the
P.   I -. -  to Bell  river, a  tributary of
lhe  i ...   i] lie .   ������ 1. re ..     Irch    bark
....  v.a-   taken  for  some hundreds
:  miles "f .i swift, nut cramped and
cautious 'i:i  down the  Hell  and  Por-
iipine I" .; point  when, row iKiats, af-
fording the chance of .: more comfort-
���  journey, could he obtained. There
are  canoes   au I  i ani ies.    'i'i'.-  sped-
���: en i\ hi: h Mr. tSewart  o italne I was
ie  .<  .-   small and crai        ariety,
sitting i::  a hich, I our .  I  . hour, was
abo ii !��� iiiivalent to uml.    .......   .
'..ick of lumbago. This stage of tlie
trip, to Fort Yukon, was nei; .".nn
miles, and thence to Dawson a iouI
leu. From Haw-on, of course. .Mr.
Ptewarl travelled to New Westmlns er
by the ordinary route.
The object ef the trip was tsi gain
as much knowledge as possible of ;he
timber resources of ihe valley of the
McKenzie and iis tributaries.   As far :
.:-   time   ailowe 1,   .;.. .-    . -.     ���
of ih..- generi 1 i haractei .    iui  ���.--
l.e:-  than Ai..'' r���ol     e i    intry.
a'    ���      .      ' ���   .- .    ���       '     ��� .-.
e, i ven i     Ear n ri h  ;is
irl  .' i. Phei son,  where       -  tini-
I er, tl al is, '.'-es Are en.ruLh to ...    ������
... I
Taking the whole region; then
id enough fo , Tl
tributaries flow inj
ithabasca, the P
the    ��� have     .!.-..-    i ... i h
...    .a ll        Of   Which   is      ... T
.. logs.
Th    .i m .a. chi ractei    .    .        intry, LL. S'.-wan  sai i, ��������� as a surprise
.'.   bad expected to Sr... it rock;
;'.... part o   the anI
.   ticularl;    ..n   the   McKi   zli
:.    ��� ��� .    li .. ���.     . ,       . .    :.
.    ....    being   covei   .   wtyb   i
. all..vial deposit, reminding . ne
thi   - .; ... the praii..- .    All    the
wn the noi     im ig   Ivers
ll   . ''. ��� T    ' ��� . 'a :.
....   li.   11.  C.   . ���������'   aad  i       .   a: a   le
rden; i ..i :.'     ae poinl on the Mc-
. .    : or hwes    ��� <   Great    Slave
.    .a ;.u 1  ovei    i-    .    mill s    by   the
ti .'.' i.e ; ri ite from Edmonton, v. hi
-ien, whi 1: v.: s bead< 1 out and
the    : ain  Eullj  forme 1. on ihe 20th ef
IN-   .McKenzie  river  valley   is
;    -  largi st on the  continent,
il -   m exten;   'ae   .all. ys  of  the
Mississippi an.! the St. Lawrence   All
'.:..>  ..a .    ivers  an   full    I  ex-
. i a ni fish.
Ami nu ;.:e other natural riche    i .'
mntry are i sphalt, i.i:--; deposit -
of  which  are found along the  Aiha
hasca;   s.iit,  which is obtained  along
Slave river and  used through' at  the
north   country:    and   soal   which     A
visible along the banks of   th"    Mc-
Kenzle  near  Ken   Norman.     \:   oni
point,  for  a  mile or more alon^  the
banks, smoke ascends from fires burning in  the  coal   seams.    These    are
historical���or    rather    prehistori.\it--
fires.    They   were  burning when  Sir
A. McKenzie made his journey of   lis-
covery through the country in p7v'.
Mr. Stewart will remain In tiie
West until the end of September He
founded and is now president of lhe
Canadian Forrest r. association, which
holds its summer session iu Vancouver Sept. 25, 2(1, 27. This association
which has now a membership ot over
1,200, publishes a journal, and is do-
..- a great .leal to stir up the people
io an appreciation of the great value
p.; our timber and the Importance of
reserving i. from the destruction
v. hich has been going on  all osl   in
.    ��� il'o   ���    *'���,.'������    since   ibe    settle:: ��� ':'
i    ;h... country,
Medicine Ha-. Sept. :;.���At. L1:.!0
night a most disastrous accident occurred within three miles of
Medicine Hat, in the direction of Dun-
nore Junction on the c I'. R. Bj
some means or another train orders
-. ... confused or not transferred, and
.wo of the mosl powerful freight
engines on the western division, No.-.
. 101 and 1306, travelling pr ibably -���",
1,1 mfles per hour, struck in head
on collision in a cut close lo Medicine
Hat on a curve.
It   wa-   impossible   en   account   of
i.e   i ....    for ib'.  engineers to   sei
each other's train before tbe impact,
.��� b wa    frightjul.
are ] .... tlcal!..  junked.
Two engi        ii 'be most magnificent
���  ;.--,  ;      per   en .    lass, ti lesco] ed
clear   through   two  c.irs.
Eni Ini ��� . ' Hover ������,. s carried on 'oa
he . ance over 3'J
. i ; au ;    ii   ed up al terwards.   I: I;
eved hi broken.   Anot ler
'. m tr ivellii ; ..n  the  I rain,  not  yet
was  killed,  w ith    horrible
Inj tries  in hi a I and  shoulders, beitr;
icapltati !.    Five   of the
crew in addition, are in tbe hospital,
- bl;  scalds an!  other injuries.    The
track is simp;-.- piled up with engines,
i ;:i'.-   and  - ::..-:   ;��� reckage.
Th.' smash up A the worst collision
o; freight trains which lias ever occurred in the western division.
A wrecking train with Supt. Nihlock
was quickly i.n the  seme.    The first
duty was to attend to the injured who
'��� e transferrei on a special wrecking
train   t i   .Medii A.-   i! it   hospil ���!.  an I
ihi   wrecking crew wired for at once.
At 8 a. ni. work was progressing in
i learing   up  the  wreckage.    A   false
a k   -,.;..--  lai i . round   the  scene of
smash for   as-onne;- trains.   Two
trains were at the east  end side, and
train  from   the   west, and    several
'  ..';.- colonists  and  SO forth
...      :-    held up.
Railway officials did  their    utmost
a,,     a     thi    frightful   debris   and
��� ���!i    .-   rat:; -.    The cars were simply
nu she    into   splinters,  lying  within
''... yards away, and pieces of the
.. ini     ��� 1 around at greater
list    ICi
Tl el   esi      Hi  In from the hospital
thi   In   trie    of   til  the men  in
ie Institul.  a, Inj .- l in the accident,
are serious.
Engineer Glover Is nol expected to
Meet   Firit   Defeat   of  th��   Season   at   Residc.ic;   Occupied     by     M.     Malins
the   Hands of  the Maple Partially   Destroyed   on   Satur-
Le = fs. day   Night.
Many Strikers Injured
Petroseney, Hungary, Sep:. :'.���As
the resull nf a collision between the
troops and striking coal miners here
today, one hundred and seventy-five
miners  were  injured.
Stensland Captured
After a Long Chase
morning.    The   crate:-   is
' l'''1  In  clouds,  and  the heat   is
'   Ive.
Bagged   a   Deer.
The first deer brought inlo New
Westminster this season was packed
in yesterday by a shooting party composed of the Thomas Brothers of lhis
city, Robert Hrenchley of Vancouver
and David Williams of Fresno, Cal.
The parly was organized for the entertainment of Mr. Williams who is
a visitor in these parts ami who Is
fond of sport wiih ihe gun. Mr. Williams proved lo bis friends that he is
a good shot, and is now looking for
further honors iu i.t  c. miosis.
Chicago. Sept. 3.���A special cablegram to the Tribune announces that
Fan! O. Stensland, president of the
wreck"! -Milwaukee Avenue State
bank, was captured today in Tangier.
Stensland was arrested at S o'clock
this morning in the English post office at Tangier. He agreed to return
A dispatch to the Tribune from C.ib-
raltar says Stensland left  that  place
lor the eastern coasl of Africa yestei;-
lay afiernoon jusl one hour and fortv
minutes before the representative of
the Tribune and Assistant State Attorney Harry Olsen arrived, after trailing him from America to England,
'hence to Gibraltar, to Tangier, Mo-
locco. back io Gibraltar and thence
to Fonda and several other Spanish
Stensland  was travelling under the
alias of P.  Olsen, of Norway.
Th.- unexpected happened at the
Maple Leaf-New Westminster lacrosse
match yesterdaj afternoon, and for
the first time this season, the Royal
City's re! and blue brigade went down
to 'defeat, and with the over-whelming .-.n:.. of ten to four against them
.it thai.
Over confidence in their powers was
the cause of the defeat of Uie New
Westminsters yesterday. After winning i ���������i":y uame played this season,
they -ty. lually came to the conclusion
Ihat they were invincible, and so cock-
sure were they thai  ihey could not be
a ten that several of them abstained
from practice altogether, while those
who did turn out, practiced only in
.t di sulrory manner, and failed to keep
themselves in condition. The Maple
Leafs, en ihe other hand, have heen
training hard al! along, and since they
secured the services of Barlow GtU-
braiih a.s trainer, they have improved
wonder! liy. It is due to the coaching
received at liis hands that the Leafs
secured tlie victory yesterday afternoon, and no one knows it better than
the players themselves.
The sensational play of the Leafs
commenced during the second quarter,
" :.: h was started without a goal having been registered on either side. By
a series of brilliant rushes, tlie Leafs
managed to score seven goals in quick
id ession, Sandy Grey got disgusted
a' the '.'.a- goals were piling in on
bim, and vacated the nei. Tommy Gifford look bis place, but still the goals
rained in. and he resumed his position
on the licence, fchile Galbraith volunteered to guard ihe net. But the
result was s'il! the same, and the redoubtable Sandy returned to his oil
stand, satisfied ilia; the others could
do no better than lie.
Seven to nothing was the way the
score stood at the beginning of lhe
third quarter, im: before the game
v.as over, New Wes minster managed
to net the rubier four limes, while
the Leafs ran thel>r score up to ten.
The way in which lhe Vancouver people took the victory of the Leafs was
something worth seeing, while their
joy in seeing the New Westminsters
defeated  knew no bounds.
On Saturday evening aboul 7
o'clock, the residence of M. Malins
on Second street above Fourth avenue
was partially destroyed by fire. The
u Igin of the blaze was supposed to ue
a spark from the kitcnen chimney
which '.vas burning out at the time.
No. 2 fire hall turned out its outfit.
and brigade while No. 1 hall contribut-
'���1 a couple of men. When the fire
fighters arrived on the scene, a few .
minutes after the alarm had been
turned in, ihe roof was a mass of
flames and was a hot proposition to
tackle, and few thought that there was
a chance io save even a portion of
the building. The members of the
brigade under the management, of
Chief Watson worked like machines
and every man was in his place in
readiness to deliver the goods. Willing,
hands got to work and removed near!.-'
all of the furniture from the lower
portion of Ihe building, and but little
the downstairs furniture was lost.
After a hard tussle be\Ween fire and
water the water came out ahead and
the first story of tlie building was sav-
��� i. ihe roof and upper portion being
hopelessly gutted. The residence is
owned liy H. O. Brown and was
o. p upied by -M. Malins. The loss
io the residence and personal effects
- ���   timated at about $2,000.
Delta   Exhibition.
The Daily News has received a
mp'hlet containing tbe prize
Iii and other information relating to
the 18th annual exhibition of the Del' i
Agricultural society. The dates of the
exhibition are Sept. 21 and 22. All information desired can be obtained
from the secretary, A. DeR. Taylor,
Lands on Crcas Island During a  Fog
���Gets Off Again Without
Jupton to Be Extradited.
London, Sept. 8.���At the Bow street
polict court today, the extradition of
Wesley Jupton, who is charged with
Stealing $S">0 from the Dominion Express company, of Yorktown, Canada,
was granted by tbe presiding niagis-
Seattle. Sept. 3.���The United States
' cruiser Boston wpnt aground on Orcas
island in the San Juan group in a fog
inlay while on the way to the Strait
of Georgia   for  target practice.     The
: cruiser   was   pulled   off  at   high  tide
according to  a dispatch  to the  Post-
1 Intelligencer  and  is apparenrtly  on-
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<iiss Smith's   New  H.-.t and   What   Bo-
c.in-.e of  It.
A . tain . od nal re'. doctor
I'.'ln . . bell rang late one night,
suppo ug thai the summons wa i
froi i i i who need -.1 I::- servii es,
rose .' ;i In I, imt on his dressing
gown anil weni down to lhe door.
A young man stood there holding
u huge package, from whieh buds
and li aves were protruding.
"Is .Miss Smith in?'" asked the
"She lias retired," answered the
doctor.   Miss Smith v.'.is hi.- cook.
"I am sorry, .-ir, to call so late.
Something went wrong with the car
I was in. I'll leave ihi.- for her, sir,
if you v.i.i kindly give it to her in
tlie morning."
"('. rtainly," -.-Mil the doctor, He
took the bundle carefully, el"-,-.I the
il..or and carried the flowers into tlie
kitchen. There he placed a dish-
pan in the fink, drew a few inches
of water in it. carefully pressed the
base "f the package into the water
and " ni back to bed, thinking how
pleased i he cook would he.
Th" next morning 1:.- went into
1 chert carl    lo fi 3 the cook
lie. Her
leingcri ;ii, ami her
'    .    .ti- in kei  ling w lh it.
"A   I   had  the   pussons woi   did
this," t'M -lie. "i'i! i mpty the ket-
Ihi ml    IM  let  ihem see if
they could  put   my  new hat   in   n
dishpan, I would .'"
The doctor lefl the kitchen somewhat hurriedly, and not until lie
was safe in his study did he give
vent to the laughter which was consuming him.���Philadelphia Ledger.
ien earn  lo    nd
a   dripping   bum
manner   was   belligerent,  am
Proo*   of   Sincerity.
Dolly���But are his intentions sincere ?
Polly���Well, in his love letters
he never writes "Please destroy."���
Brooklyn Eagle, ���*--*.������ ,.."
Misunderstood   Her.
Huggard told me he'd
"li'ite to kiss me, and then he added
that if I treated him coldly heM go
away and never come back. So I
told him he could do as he liked.
Jess���Ali! So he didn't kiss you?
Tes�����No, and I felt so mortified,
the   stupid   thing! ���Philadelphia.
Ain't  It the Truth?
"Say. paw," queried little Tommy Toddles, "who are the city authorities?"
"The city authorities, my son,"
replied Toddles senior, "are officials
who   claim   tn   have   no   authority
when the dear public wants some-A
thing done."���Detroit Tribune.
Retribution  to Come.
"I baked this cake tins morning,"
began Mrs. Newliwed, "Mis. N'ex-
dore gave mc the recipe for it."
"Never mind, dear," replied her
brutal husband; "jusl bide your
time, and you'll gel even with her
some day."���Houston Post.
"They used to havo i oach dogs.
Now thev have automobile dogs. In
time they will ha1 o airship S. .���_-,."
"H'ri 1 I wonder whal kind < i a
dog- an airship dog would be."
"Wh;. a skye, of course."���New
Orleans Times-Dein i rat.
A  Relief.
"I suppose you are enjoying y ��ur
"Yes," answered the member of
congress, "It is something of a relief to have a real excuse for not
doing anything."���Washington Star.
Eva���1 met Edna down at the
book sale the other day, and she
bough! five books on electricity.
Katharine���Yes, sho hoard that
there is electricity in kisses.���Chi-!
cago News.
Can  Opener Versus Corkscrew.
"It si i in- quite evident," remarked the observer of events and things,
"that Ihe can opener has revealed
more deadly stuff than the corkscrew."���Voiikers Statesman.
The  Playwright.
Hi  Tragedj    Did  they call   for
the author?
Vi! Avne-- ("all for him? Why,
they came up on the stage after
3sTC��i82!3aff3&iv,15EES^ .'JS. A-Z
Sept. 8th,
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When the Clock
Strikes Eleven,
It will be a��l
over with our
And Prices Afterwards Will Be Different.
We make this last announcement in the nature of a warning, in order that no
Man, Woman or Chilci may overlook
This Unusual Shoe Benefit
We say benefit, because our prices are a benefit to every buyer who comes here
for shoes It's so much better to buy your footwear now, than to wish you had after
the great sale is over.
Special Reductions for To-Day, Saturday
Remember the date, Saturday Evening, at lljo'clock���the greatest shoe sale the
town has ever knowrn is all off, and the opportunity gone forever.
Shoe  Hou
Columbia Street,
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j   wonde     ' ���     ti >thei   ������ ke :'. > N    SI X. th<  g oce   sends
certs    :���   se i< n   gel        I   - N<   SUN FLOU]     n
|   /   )    '-T
roin   no
ffl�� WES7E
C 4 L G, \ R ^ .    -    AI- * > I K r A.
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hasting* S> -eet. \\ est, Vancoir
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.      :
>u ever s
- in
��� by :
Goia Filling .... $1.00
j PUtina Fiiiins; . , , $1.00
f     Stiver Filling ....     50c
Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work I .' A $5.00
Set of  Teeth   .   .  . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of'Charge
Ail Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Year* Willi a
Protecl ive  Guarantee.
The Boston Dentists,[[i
Hou i9a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remembei the Place
407   Hastings   SI. VV.,   Vancouvei
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Canadian P a<
Royal Mail Stee ���    hip
C.   P.   R.   AGEN"
C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufactuicrs and Dealrrs in  All Kinds of
Umber,    Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,    j
Interior Finish,     i urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gift**.
imber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,   j
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nue and  lOtti strpp*
B. t. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Ii       ler and  manufacturer of
L imber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,    j   fa^ ^ foMk MOHUmCntS
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
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New Westminster,    t
Write for prices.
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cation ol   \   it....   '..       1 and
. i   the   culi        op] oslte I
Dd the rej   	
' 111 ���'���   : rl Igi   I ��� lefl  in  C	
loi   Sl ide'a h 11le  ���    repaii   and the
���   on  the Keith  road   : 1   li I   In
"���" hand  >��� - an      Cai
*    '     '        '      een F schi
for  I    thei      ������  :        On 11	
 Iling ��� ������ Prairie V  I 1  ad
" ������ '     Slail      n    Ford
 ;   ition    ���   ������    Ived an I fli   ' and
I ������ '     ���":' ;""   n   ������   - ��� ���
��� ���   of   "��� ���    ,:i    P    ���'    road.
,   .... 1
���l.  Btirtl   Mi 1   motion   re
1 '���'  le I
���I   Mel utcl  ri taki ���> ti ������������
I '
I   an      ;l   111:  i h I '   M-cCul he in'
 ;   ill m be re - Ived and tiled
nnd lefl   In I'��������� b --His of the reeve:
��� <��� 1
a   McBride re thistles.   On motion
-; cl aid tiled.
\v   Mowbry re crossings and tor a
grail) (if p'trwder.
BarroW-Stade:     Thai   Mr.    Newby's I
letter be tbselved and  8  sticks   of
iiiwiicr be granted to him.   Carried,
R. II. Sperling.   Received and filed.
H.  N. Smith re drainage scheme.
Evans-Reeve: That the communloa*
lion of H.  N. Smith be received and,
tiled und he be notified that we want
ihe report in by the 18th September,
I). E. Stevenson re hydrant In front
II his store door.
Reeve-Evans; That the communion-
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.....     ... i)r .     mined
one 1     Ford Bi os. or. the
bridgi   on thi   C   C,  road
and  found  the  work done  according
!, - ���   nm! recommen	
���  ���       Stad    ���    orted Thai
-   -        ��� gravelling done
i ��� -.     on the Bn tt  mill real
nd   ������ :''. well done and recom-
��� enl   '    ol which reports
         ������    ed
I'i":"'     ���   t .
" 1 -'. ml
��� Qg bill      '   '    t and
.   ,   .        $10.01       1    Pell;
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indi    then adjouri until
Schcol   Attendance.
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the fall term      hich cl
1 little 1     ny li
ndai -       the   1
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less than i '
lied    The nura-
is coi
it  is  to bi 11 halt,
est 01
1I1 ���
alt   Of  til.'
'     ��� -        ntbl
-   .: !
t, to make   xh  dl
..* the exhll i': n
..] v.
i rises.
Th I tra ach    \
have    e)    ted  the  200 ' oj - who   in
���    ti      this - oui ��� of training.   T1'-
the privt! y
���11  many  of them  havi
Mi    Ni lson's     I'1 . de
'.ill    in    th  ll
toi   \   C   Sti    Id a
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Plug  Che%ving
10c per cut
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TUESDAY, SEPT. '   "������
I   tt.".'
THE DAILY NEWS ;;,'�� Increasing taster than our exports
.,..,,,     ���,     ,..,..        _ , to   ih.-  Dnited   States,  while  our im-
;''.:.:.-���!  by The Dailv News Publishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their :""'!s  from ,llc' latter are increasing
iiffces   corner   of   Sixth   and   Front faster than our Imports from the for-
.- peers. New Westminster,  !'-. C. aner.    Over   this   the   correspondent
shakes    his    wise  head.    Something
MANAGING DIRECTORS. ,.���:iu. ,,.,.,,  ,���. s������ms ,og(y    AJ, ve,,y
J.  C.  Brown fi.  J.  Burde  well to point to the British preference
 :,,,, ]K,IV js f]ie ,-.,,., ,-.,.,, we |my |esa
ADVERTISING RATES. from our  best customer than we buy
Transient   display   advertising,   10 'Von, one no, nearly so good.
i -nts i er line I:   ..; tri -1) 12 I::., s to      ''llls- ;!S a matter ol  i.n t, is an ol 1
ti.e Inch.      Five  cents   i. i   line  for story.   We had ii seven or eight years
"���  bsequent  Insertions. (,g,0< .,���,, lh(. fact of ils ,eviv:tl w,,ull,
Reading notices, bold race type, 20 seem  ,,,   lndlcate ,ilal   the  enemy ^
units per line, brevier or nonpariel, lu .
ccats per line running short ol ammunition.   There
Toi    time   contracts,   special   posi    '~ a double explanation.    In ihe first
tlons, apply to advertising manager.      place,  lhe  imports  from the    I'nited
Notices   of    births,    marriages   or   gtateS are largely raw material whicb
:";; .- ""   y-f;' [���'' s:;"-; x���� " our manufacturers need In iheir busi-
found, rooms to let. eic.. one cent pei
���vnrd.      Xo advertisement taken fcr uess.   These are on the free list.   Th
i   ���., than 25 cents. Conservatives   policy     of    protection
 ���*������ s^~^-~~*~^  (with   a  big   l'l   is   intended we  are
TELEPHONES. told  to help our manufacturers;   this
Business office   22 Uberal policy of enabling them to get
Editorial   office 17 i!K'i'' raw materia! at a low price helps
Manager's   residence    277   them   also'  '""'   ll",'s   ""'   1""'1   <"1"':
.oai,..  as   the  big   P   policy   does.     In
" the second place, there is and always
. _., s.a,..- .... must be a trade between neighboring
 ���           nations  which Is, as  thf senior Conservative organ, the Montreal Gazette,
TUESDAY. SEPT. 4, 1906. frankly   says,  "largely     beyond     the
 reach of tariffs."   Unlike the "Ottawa
THE   "CORRESPONDENT"   DODGE.   ' ,:''">!"""!t''"-" ""' Montreal Gazette
The papers whose principal business is K��P<��Blble and ba. a reputation
Is to oppose the Liberal government, It0 sustain and canD0' afford- there'
mu : be credited witb one thing- :""' ' 1,Iaj ducks and drakes wllh
tb.-v are fertile in expedients. Among facU ���3 "lar��e,; beyond :h"
. . latesl is "Our Ottawa Letter." All reach '"' tari��fs" should :"' borne '"
sorts of statements can be made in a mlnd' ,! is a ">�� comi,ac' :,;': '"'"
letter.    If the editor made  the stale-   |,lete   an8wer  ;" "   s��   l   deal  "f ,:'"
ments,  the  ��r  would   be  responsi-  lalk one hears "',,;" advocates "��� the
Uie; ii could be required to defeni onservatlve ^licy'
its utterances; but the anonymous
correspondent writes from safe shel-
ti r. Then, in addition to being irresponsible, he has a een ..in advantage
in writing, or pretending to write, from
ilia capital. The impression produced
on the mind of many readers is that,
since the writer is at the capital���at
the political centre and heart of
things���he must surely know what he
i- talking about.
One of the things which this "Ottawa correspondent" has la'ely undertaken to elucidate is the ''balance
of trade*' betdeen Canada and Great
Britain, as compared with that between Canada and the United States,
and the whys and wherefores of the
difference which these show. He tells
us that while Great Britain is becoming a better customer of ours, -we are
becoming a better customer of Uncle
Sam's.    Our exports to Great  Britain
Pure salt i3 jufl as important as
pure water or pure milk.
is absolutely pure and never cakes.
being allowed to take ihis or that
kind of fish is all tommyrot; ihey
'aln- everything that comes along.
Again, if Ihey are allowed to take
ohoes, .... whal argumenl can anyone
justify the closing of coho fishing on
the river? It i.-, much to be regretted
that the Minister is unable to come
out he;v ihis fall. Were he on the
spot, to see for himself, It Is not likely ihat he would consent to such a
rank piece of injustice. As for the
ownei - who have persuaded bhe
di . a: tmeni to take this step, the less
thej say about fish preservation aftei this, the belter.
W.   R.   Gil!*
, 'Hhone l-^-ii.
J. R. Gilley,   Hnone l <|
The vires continue to bring mire
or. less serious accounts of the Cuban
revolution, but sir Wm. Van Home,
on his return from the Island the
o ' -a    laj.   said   thai   ii   was   nol     i
" illj trulj revolution al all, bin jus'
a   ii' le   i i;   of  a   rii i,   magnified for
pai ������ filling pui; oses bj the reporters.
In allowing traps to be operate 1 during the annual close lime, tbe De
partment of Fisheries has made a very
decided mistake. The action is unjust, impolitic, and unwise. Professing great concern about the preservation of the fish supply, ihe department allow the most destructive means
of taking fish to remain in full operation during :he close time which is
specially enforced in order thai flsh
may have a free course to the spawning be.A. We are aware that this is
an "experiment" Hut what is the
experiment expected to show? If the
traps lake sufficient fish to make it
worth while to operate them, the experiment will show Jiat they are depleting the supply and ought not to be
allowed to operate. It must not be
forgotten that the talk about their nol
1 he i 'olonist prints a double column
e litoi lal   announcemenl   In   which   11
sets forth th,at it Is owned by a mys-
���   . "is stranger In the East���nol  the
Far East���who i- a loyal British i i
.". ', with nothing of the Chink aboul
him; and further thai it will continue
i" be i ublished under the distinguish-
patronage of the great   Conservative   , arty  in   gen. i il   a:. [  th     Hi ...
1 McBride in particular.
The  Great   Imiuon  River.
Ia   S rath   as   :..   : .'���   .... a   nil
"'.re flies bor W >'A mi ���;.���:;���'��� I s a'".
mil one of her nobl sl n hi ivec ents is
the Amazon river. Ittslng In thc Andes.
it Hows across the i intinenl and d -
eharges into the Atlantic ocean al tho
equator. The vasuiess of the area
which it drains, amounting to 2,308.1 10
square miles, will be evident when it
Is borne in mind that this Is more ilmn
the area of Russia in Europe and Austria-Hungary. It bas a length of near
ly 4,000 miles, I.i : :���. Ig ible f r 2.3 0
mil is from the s -i and Is fed by numerous streams, r bich In any other
country would !.- ranked as irre.it rivers. In the wet season, which lasts for
ill :,! eight mon tils, Its width varies
from live miles to -t1 I, No wonder tbe
Amazon has beei called a gigantic
reservoir rather tl an a river.
Terders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of   British  Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed : ��� the of
:.      of the Commission ���:��� o' Doni: i
L in   -.   Di partment   i .   the   Inter!
and :.. irked on the envelope "Ten
roi   Timber  Berth   No.   195,"   will
: eci Ive i   a    this    1 ie.. irinienl     until
r.oon on We Ines lay, the I2tb
Hep'i :..'...'. 1906, for a license I ���
tim er on  Berth  No.   195, situate  In
: he  Provln e of British Columbi i   - .
Silver River in about Townships 3 an I
1. It inges 25   ind 26, Wesl of th
Meridian, comprising  two    I it-, de
scribed as follows:
Bl ick 1.   C    .:..���:!. ing at a   ��� ii    on
: . i .'-r   on ' li" Southei I     oundar;
'���:' Timber Berth   159,  bi Ing     ioui   -
I -   :..ia 3  up  s ild   Rl. er    from    Us
mouth;    thence    up    said    Rivi       i
1-2   miles  In  direct   d     ince   w Ith   a
..      .  chain i on the E    terl
...  ai :  T. . bain    i     I he We ������
'-.    thereof,      asu jl
��� .     :���������      1 hearing of the    Ivei
.��� I bin  the  bloc .
;.. i    c immenclng  ai
on  said ri\ er a ioui   I i    i
:: mi  '  .���  Southei 1.
lock   A   thence   i      I I   '
mill      ::   I in      dii l ince wii b a   le
50 chair   on the   Caster!     i ...    ���
70      iin - on the Westi ri.   si le thereof,  : ire I  ai   righi    ingl      to i
general     ia..  . river  within   i . ���
Tl e  -a bole < on  iin
��� I i" a.    .-. -.. ire or less
i -',
regul il ion -     in 1 r    �� hi b    a
license will i     -      rini
form s of tend ���
obtaim ;       this De 'ill        I   I:  ���
fftci    of   the   I 'r iv i       Imbi       Vgenl
ii   New   Wi   ' mil   I t,  B. C.
Ea A ten ler mu impi nl
ted   che i ie   on   a   ���
sere I ban    In favor of the Di    ���'    o
the  Ministe    i     tlie Intei ior, foi   the
.:.   of the bonui   .'.
c int is prepare i to paj  1
No ten ler       te b wl'.l ' e en-
���  rl lined
Se ��� ��� ir
Deparl menl   of  the   Inti
Ottawa. Julj   27th, 1906.
Dealers ir,
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brie k, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agonts l>. c. ft. ttery ''"��� s,'w"r I'll i
Local agents vaneo��>   ,r Portland Cemenl ���
Office, Front Street, New Westn* ster- BC-> Near C.P.R. D
V'hone 1-9
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
(Mar,!,, r.e.-if
faining in favor every dav.    Our output last   'ear west  doul      i
preceding one.    lhe most healthful >uul nuttitioui of .-�����,,���
4s:-,-. imawMiiiraagfflmE^^ wmJ
br    . Shy At. ���.      He3;th."! Mo,uth  ���"
������Ktroi       lr en I  r f : ln'":
the Iu ;. '      "'     :   '' '
"Where   lie  makes  ii   i     ' ���   ������   i-   in ������' ���''
looki ut u     ��� ' .     ..  :   i ��� i. red" end
Ac ������ i . Shu! I: OH.
���     ���   . ���
Be i ' ...
A ma
:.   .a
nt ni
���     md For It VETERINARY
"Why ���   I you start a I gbi ��������� Itli that     1 ate of Mane
boy '.- '
,���:;;;���, -..   ;   ���..��� <������"- Office, m Westminster Ave., Vanmr.B.i
��� ���:        I, ���   ���     j ���     .
Doubtiul Praise, " ' " ''    '��� 25
"Tb:. ,- -. i.,' i . .,:  i good cigar." ������ ,���
"It doi 'i       a I   were all & A /     P\ '      u~~��.
W. [M. Draper
Sua  ��� |       ile colli    l'l  '.. -.'ii '"nun tak-
lujr troubl the;    v. ire vacci
nated foi
B. C. Lane!
Ellard Biocw.   n-w We$twiinster. B
FOR THE LADIES���The neatest and prettiest footwear ever shown
in New Westminster.
THE LATEST STYLES from the world's best makers: Edward C. Burt,
of New York; and Utz & Dunn, of Rochester, N. Y.
FOR ALMOST NOTHING���We have a few pair of our bargain counter
Boots and Shoes left. Your size may be among them. The snap
of your lifetime if they fit you.
>AT^..'AV^aVA.AA''��';'.iCi . ���      '���-", wr; '.'.���*, *,;��� ~ ux.Mnxfa&Bxritb. v;-.j -uv^ ?.,-.*' A", .ia;--'.vrai;.i;.'^r::. -~'*S'.'lbitf&M*umr#UM&im<wmM
tfi> ��fflext'.rx$
m wr -m - ^e Leading S.
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SEPT. 4, 1906.
A Matter of
Prime Imnortai
" appearance of stylish garments, is tho corset.
N ' Suit, no matter how well tailored, will look well
over an ill fiting corset���whereas, a suit tho' but
lerately stylish, will look well over a graceful
��� raceful, < imfortable, and   Iurable~and  have   thai     indefinable
ethlng  which  lends Btyle I wearer    a    .- ���;.,.   embody the
entiala of custom  made cor  efts   although     sold    at     moderate
At $1.00
ell D. & A   Bias fitting co ���.������-. witb ta lerlng Woisl and medium
.i-i -made of English Co The;   come  In  while  and dark
. are trimmed with Valencle -..���-   eading and ribbon.   These have
��� -  :- ipporters attached.
At $1.50
j. j. MACKAY & CO.
Local News Briefly Told
of paUents in the hospital during the
n ontb of Augusl ts as follows: In hospital at the beginning of month, males,
276; females, 105; I ital, 3S1 : a.In.ine ;
during month, males, ii; females. 3;
total, 9; returned from probatio.i,
males, 2; total, 2; discharged without '
i . ...%'in, males, 1; total, 1; dis-
, charged un probation, males, 2; fe-,
males, A Dotal, ���>: discharged at, expiry of probation, males, G; females,
1;    total,   7;   .lied,     none;     escaped,
The Flyer has returne I fi >m Blaine
where   i   -���-��� of > ia!  was   de-
i VI.-li'.l.
ji. Vincen Victoria  was In the
... esterd i;        mding a few hours
villi old  friends
X ... stoi . visiti : the home   of   A.
'.- blbald ol Fourth avenue yesterday
irning and lefl a young son,
Miss V   Jagers - I Vi. toria Is In the
���     spending   a   few days   with   her   males, 2; total, 2; in hospital at close
urother, C.   W. Jagers,  ;i:si.':  of the   0f  month,  males, 279;   females,   105,;
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is r0 give these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellen'. value. Our ? 1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
TV ii.-.'':.
r),,   accouni o    yea ei I      being    a
p iblic liai. '  ' . the meeting of the Antl
Tuherculosfs societ;    vi is   postponed
. [initelj
Reg. 1        il ��� ol    .��� ii 1VK- Bteam
.   .-,    an - '��� ���           ' ss at his
���"'al, :;-.!, on probation, males, 11;
females, ft; total, 20; total under treatment, males. 290; females, 114: gran I
total. 404.
for a   ...    lays
as   i   i
���esiflv "!
Care of Linolour.i.
To keep linolc im nil ely have ft
pinl botl le, in t a quai ter of a
pinl of tu   ���'���!.! ine anil thr nuar-
..    up m   i nail which went tatd ' -^     ���  0f a   pinl   oi
. ���       ���
' lie    dlowing . are r gistered
Guichon      '��� '   C. I    A ill, Mrs.
1     . v. -1   Lawler, George
issidy, J   E. Farn      all 1. \\ Ing reg-
-   red I ���   ���'    :....
i    ef of Police Mcl en
his vacation and  Di  -     re Bra Ishaw
a.   the I ill   . iring h
-.    . , hi -' .--, .        to leave to la
. otina  ex] ed   ion  in  tl ������  vii Ini y
.     -a..      . |   )WS
boi. toC   " !'��� : Ui-
vWs -'-������ ��� ��� ���"- A r A I   - '     mg.
Api''   .'���     ���"'���". E tl      to the
liDC     .-,.:"-. hly.
Tl en     '. ���                 ' :'t
i   .        .    yi -"'���.''   . '   ���' " ��� ' ���'"���    -'"1 '
for i pplyi'n ; 1   ��� ��� ; :      '    ���    I be
School Suits
Almost At Your Own Price.
dam;, flannel only.
P.-      -.  For
One tabl
Dog salmon    ���
...   engaged i ei    ;.-    and
|i   .    hii ; them,    i:   ring   - ill    Q    ar��
���u-i)   . ���   ing     ��� v il     well and
he ���  are mi   e.
���.!.   Brow i..   WiM.i  '���-   ; it:    clerk.
..]���,     -.., as     so sadlj   bi re ive I    three
weeks   ag-,0   '���������'   "'���"       'wuing  o�� liis
I   re���  | iugh ters in a    oating ac I lenl
un the   A*'i   .river- bas been  granted
weelcs  leavv   ' ��� :' :-'':;. ���'. and will
...j ,eg ...'.-;������ item er 9 for a
������.-���   ��� , --.. .   ,        .     It is lik-'l
Mr. B own will pay -V w u
������ visil during his tori,   .
���   ���  entine,
one tab ��� eet oil; mix
the f : and I togeth
er, -tin.:       :    :. ��� iry : iw-
der  to  make  tho      ixl ire    t  the
thickness i �� cri am.    i' ���  . the
ar!: le with a piece i I flannel,
rub oft qui A.    -��� other piece, |
then polish with a littli ejnery powder ami clean leath .;.       _ -....  ."
$2.50 and $3.00 Suits, yours for - - $1.00
$3.00 and $3.50 Suits, yours for - ��� $1.50 I
$3.75 and $4.50 Suits, yours for - - $2.00 j
All  above fitting  boys from |
7 to 1 O years of age.
N'otice is hereji/ glyen thai ihe
Vi ters' Lisi for the year ll -A has been
. completed, and that the same maj be
ninster " 'en at tilis office for thirty days from
the date hereof; aiA. any person who
shall claim to be a i.i.-! to the said
... i: sam ��� was .-'..'V1' 'n from Voters' List, or any Elector who shall
Dewdne; yesterdaj bj jsovfji eial con- desire to have any name erased there-
-',. ile Lane in I was - xau . i i'-v Dl'^- from, must prefer his or her request
Jones and Kenny. The necessary i.i writing, signed with his or her
papers n ��� e sei ired and the man '#Vils name, and shall deliver, or cause same
lodged in the asylum, where i' Is ux"i- to be delivered, to the City Clerk
erstood he has   . ,i, ���;;.,      erated in"   within the time hereinbefore specified.
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office.   City   Hall.   New
IViv::, ::isv:-.   Sept   1,   1906
fore and   whi   e   sevei al   members  o
Ms family  are confined at the present  time.
Mrs. K. A M i; I the "Royal Stu-
lio," lei Sunda in the Greal Northern for Sj ... am'. ' . attend the photographers    convention    which    mee ^
ii re this  week.    During her absence
Wanted���.4   girl   for    general    hou-ie!
work in a small family.    Apply to '
Miss   E.  Roger*,  Park  Row,    New
Wanted at Once���Quick, active, energetic boys. From 13 to 20 years
of age. Apply personally, Western
Canadian Can Factory, Sixth street.
sell D. ,t A. corsets special;.      iltable for medium figures,  They
made ol English Coutil, medium   long, bias   go ed,    and    boned
mghout  with finely tempered   one wire, and nicelj trimmed with
and ribbon
A I    $9 Art
.Til    tp&.UU
...  sell O fi A. corsets which are ideal, for stout figures,    They are
-   of imported Coutil, wiih  bias  gore, and are boned  throughout
besl tempered lone wire, tipped top and bottom to prevent cut-
Ung through al ends���they look well and wear extra well.
Notice   Is   hereby   given     that   the
partnership, heretofore subsisting be-
about  tour weeks, she will    visit rueen lls the undersigned, as loggers,
in the District, of Xew Westminster,
under the firm name of Allen & West,
has this day beeu dissolved by mutual
Persons having any claim against
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same -with full particulars
to our solicitor. .1. P. Hampton Bole.
Hank  of  Commerce    Bnfldlng,    New
For Sale���Second hand buggy, road
cart and harness. W. H\ Madill,
care A. Speck, Columbia street.
Midway, Greenwood,   Rossland,    aud
Nelson, returning by the C. P. R.
.Mrs !-:. L. Webber has retu ne i
from a shorl visit with friends in
The city Is once n ore minus an Indian encampment as on Saturday up
river boats took aw,.y the las; of the
All parties indebted to the
undersigned, are requested
to settle their account.--: fore
Sept. 1.
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. IBth  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
A Gift For Our Customers.
unci] of red  people to Chilliwack to   Westminster, B. C.
T. H. Smi
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
pick hops. A large number have
stated that they propose coming t-> 15th, 1906.
ilie exhibition to gei a look al the
governor general. If the hop season
Is over the citizens may expect to
see thousands of Indians encamped
roughout  the  city.
New Westminster,    B.    C, Augu^r
Wanted���Active,     intelligent     lads
about eighteen years of age, at Fruit
Wanted���At once. Men to contract
for cutting 5,000 to 10,000 cords of
shingle bolts. Apply to the Fraser
River   Lumber Co.
.Mrs. Layfleld of Port Kells died Cannery, Front street
very suddenly yesterday morning at
the residence of .lohn Layfleld on
Third avenue. The deceased had
come Into the cltj -. lew days ago to
li.-il her husband who bad been u
the hospital receiving treatment, ami
n is suddenly taken 111. Dr. Drew alien led her but she grew rapidly worse
,n.i finally succumbed. The deceased
h i.l reached the advanced age ot 70
i,! ��� he doctors considered old age th ���
i insr of death. The funeral will take
place al the local cemetery today,
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
Wanted ���Several  carpenters
for work
Tuesday  morning.    Apply
to    tlio
Fraser River Lumber Co.
In Every Pickage of Colgate'j Dental Powder
We Give a Presenl of a cake of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
rREE. (Guest Room Size)        FREE
A Wonderful Bargain.
FOR RENT- Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an offlce Apply to
("has. G. Major.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pion"-��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc.
N'o trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
f'l'iie police commissioners mei on
Saturday afternoon in Mayor Keary's
I office and among oilier mat'ers con-
|   Bldered was the granting of holidays
!to members of tlu- police force, It
\.a. decided thai each member .should
, I e granted 10 days leave of absence,
J time io be arranged v, Chief Mcintosh, Officer Maxwell will be retained lo supply as the regular officers
| take their vacation, n was also de-
[ . ale i to swear in the janitor of the
1 ; : lie schools as .i 3] iviai constable
Ithout salary.
^'���ll*l>;>:>:>;>:>;>;^;^,>;:��;>.>-^;>:^>;;*;��;>>:>;>:����������.���.��.��> ���*������*��� *���'���* *..*..*:.<>..*.'.*���������.'.��.
* 11/ k TCWKQ  We have not only the lar'i-est
d nf A11 ill iand best st��ck ��f watches
!t ��amsmmmBSBRmm,.]a   .,,,.,-,,-,,.-,, i-v-,. rVm HAMIL.
���^ ���""������.-.�������_��������..,���*.....���.���������.  ,,., i   ;    ,t m".R.y   1.01   lh-    rJ."\iiiii..-
| TON WATCHES which for accurate time keeping
3 cannot be beaten.
|     W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, fie Jeweler, Columbia St.
The old Samson, whieh has been
overhauled and fitted up as a cow
boat, toi k its Initial trip under the
new conditions yesterday afternoon
and behaved Itself very creditably.
Couri of revision of the provincial
voters lists wlll be held tomorrow In
this, city, Dewdney, Richmond, and
: elta eli i toral divisions,
Hon. \v. Norman Bole returned, S.tt-
urd      night, from  Chllllwack, whe e
een hoi Iin ', n session of the
. ,.;.' 1 .    i OUI t.
The . el iras of the pui.He hospll il
J for the Insane i howlng  i te  nun,a :.-
r HERE's something about the Opening
of a New Season in this store that
starts a thrill of enthusiasm in every
one connected with it. So many new things
to be seen, display antl admire. Men's,
Boys' and Children's Clothing right from the
hands of the World's Best Makers. The
Best Hatters' Best Hats-Toggery that's
choice, elegant, attractive and exclusive.
Nothing Wanting-Not a Thing!
Commencing to-morrow and continuing
through the week we shall give our special
attention to showing rather than selling.
We shall hold on these days a sort of
Informal Opening
pap Every Man, Woman and Child is earnestly
nvitsd and we want everybody to come.
Look now���see the new ideas while the
bloom is on---buv at some future time.
crro ;;���.����� ?os/'o>7ic
'���      jL*''' Hi Eitiy JStvJL
��� i ��� ���*. i
TLcoDAY, SEPT. 4   |<
> -rv ~*r. ?p iiw.^aPi^r^.i^-.OT^ A^r-wfi r*-^ r; mim^.mNm&&t>><?^xi&&8wz&*m/rKj
i are.r :f��mwiJi!Pt;f s<jng',- ^jurwtKitusammx'tannixv'i: ���xs-.itxi.: ��� # musk   ���
eicheobach  Company,  Limited
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize #50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Columbia Streel
Trains & Steamers
Leave New Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.U0 daily.
Arrivo  New   Westminster  10.iiu  daily.
Arrive New Westminster  19.10 daily.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30; Ar. N W. 20.20.
Lv.   N,   W.   7.25,   9.35,  17.20,   19.25.
Ar.  N.  W.   9.15,  10.30, 19.10,  20.20.
Lv. .New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
Lv. N. VV. 9.20 n.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. .\. \v. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
Lv. X. W. 3 p. iu. and 9:55 p. in.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m,
9;35 a in.;   ar.  Guichon
East Burnaby  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m. 10.30a.m
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm.   7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm. .4.45 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.20 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m.
10.30 a.m
7.10 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltith  Columbia Cca-st Line
an I Chilliwack.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & fl Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R,
& N. Co. |
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r1 "ii 1 y for Republic.
l'.uITet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
ii..; ar. N. w.
9.20 a.m.
12.25  p.m.
o..)o a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane ... .7.15 p.m.
. . Ri .-A nn! . . .. j.io p.m.
... Nelson . ... 6.45 p.m
A   A, JAI KSi IN.
l.v.  N.   W
2.H0 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, S: in p
i ��� 15 11 in.  and ii p, in
Mon ia;. s only.
I.v.  New   ','.    tminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and S ... m��� a::: ...  ,    h ,:i hour thereafter till 11 p, in.
Lv. Vancouver ror  Westmlnst( r at
same hours.
Frsser River and Gulf
From N. W, Mon. Wi A IA id. >, a.m
I- rom  1 'nv. I..  Tu., Th., S: 1., 7 a.m.
From v. W. Tu��� Th.. Sa'. s a.m.
Prom Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p. 111.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, .Mon.!.:;.', 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. fi a.m.I
Add. trip Saturday, E p.m,
From  N'.W.,  Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Clo.se.     Recelvi d
Seal tic, via Sumas. 10 pm.       8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   y.ooa.m
Ti 1 l-i.XI) Y< ll) 1 IVER
i   Aat Trains Every Day in the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest and best ideas
and LUXURY. It i-> lighted with
bulb electricity and gas; lhe most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world, The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
ib section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seals free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library  and   Smoking  ears.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further  information   call  on  or  write
"?20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
(.Subject  '      hange witnout   notice.j
Princess Beatrice leaves Van
August fith.
Princess .May leaves Van ouver
August 12th.
Princess Beatrl '.- leaves Vancouver
.May 18th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Augusl 22nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
A igust 29th.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves  Vancouver daily at  1  p. m.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves Ne...  >.,',   ��� ���   .... ter ,.:  i a
or, Wo Ine  i 1.   an 1 Mondays.
S. S. Joan
la ne-. Vai iver   lal y exci   t Sal
urday nnd S in ; y ..    1:30 p. m. Sat
urdaj   al  2; 10 p, m.
S. S. Queen City
I.e.: i'i ��� Vlctoi la al II p, in. "n 1st,
Tib, Hon an 1 20 li oi each 111011!li foi
Asi) ���:.-,: an 1 ��.ry points; leaves Victoria mi 1 he 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way points. Leaves Vieloria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scott arid way
points Including Quatsino,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster  on  Mon :
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday
and Friday al 3 p. m, and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday at E a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 .1. 111.; Friday at C a. m, additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m,
S. S. Beaver
Leaf's New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Monday.-', Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturday*,   calling   at
NORTHERN   B.  C.   ROUTE.   -.
S.   S.  Tees
Leaves Vancouver al 'J p. in., lind
1:, 1 I61 a ot each month, calling at
Ski legate m Iir.-' trip and Bella (' iola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
le;   rture are  approximate.
1-   r   :��� rati  a 3   and   Informal lon
. ��� : addi e s
Agent, New Westminster
E. .1. COYLE,
.ta-'. lien. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
,1. W. TROUP,
' leneral S'n.e; 'nt< ndent, Victoria
\V.  il. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent. Freight Dent.,
Railway Company
Two fast, transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through lourist
and  flrst-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic   Express leaves  at.  7:2,".
Imperial  Limited,  leaves at   I7:"u
New Westminster  ;
si mlnstei
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. &qi jr
��� Sept. 8, 9, & 10   f04.1J
Good till Nov. 30th.
C. I'. It. Agent,
New Westmlnsti r
Assistant   General   Passenger   A;ent.
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Ai ..��� available Dominion Lands with
in the Railway Bell In British Columbia,  :: iy  l.e limne .Va.]ei|  I,-.- any  peril   Who Is I lie  sob-  lie.nl  nf a  family,
Ol   ,.iiy   male  over   18   .'.eai s   of  ac..',  to
���; ���   extenl  of one-quarter section of
I'.n aires,  more or less.
Kntry musi l.e in,ole pei sei. ��� :; . r
ib." local land office I'or the dlstricl iii
whieh th.- land  Is situate.
Thje homesteader is required t.i per
form  the conditions  connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satislici!
by such person residing with the 1,1
ther or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may lie satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Deputy  Minister  nf the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication or
this advertisement will not be paid
j Northern Pacific;
Trains Daily
Tra\ e| nn Hu- Famous
Electric lighti d train.    Low Rates,
Quick Time. Excellent Ser-, ice,
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale lo all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates to  Southern  California,
Fir full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG,'General Agent,
430 Hastings St.,  Vancouver, It. ('.
Portland, Ore. \. Q,   a
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Dall) NEW
Leave   WESTMINSTER   V::>
9:20am Blaine,  0     1     1:6(1 pm
4:35 pm ham      Burling |9:55| a
lion,    Mi.    V. -
[non,     lv.... ������
y. .nie       aud
Porllan 1
<:.S.'i pn- Spokane,       Si. 3:00 pn
|Paul    and    all |
points   East. J
9.20amjAnacortes, 3:00 pm  J
IWoolley,    and J
:'.:in> pm Vancouver 9: HO am
li:56 pm! 4:36 pm   (
l.v.    New    Westminster    f      1
1; .Ation 3:50 p. in. Ar. Guichon  |
6   !'.   m.,   Monday,   Wednes la     J
8:46 .1. iu   ar. from Oulchon, j
9 : 30 a. 111.   l.v.  for  Vaiu-nn 1 I        |
Route of lhe famous I
2���Daily Overland Trains���2 ���
Spokane, mi. Pnul, .dime- ipo J
U'inni,   . ,   Dululll    '''a. ago, 6 I
Louis and all  polni    E   t,
I'm-    complete 1
rates,   1. i orvation,   11 1
call on or addi - '
I', i'. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank ol Commerce Building
New  Westminster, B. C
S. <;.' VERKES, A. il. I'. A.,
Corner Sei ond Avenue and Columbia si.. Seattle, Wash.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (excepi
Sunday) carrying passengers, mai),
express and freight connect with
Stages at Carcross and While Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.  I-I.  ROGERS, Traffic   Manager
Vancouver.  U. C.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Kali--
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
Assistant, (len'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, L85 Adams .St., Chicago, 111.
��� iESDAV,
SEPT. 4, 1906.
: ,:-   EDMONDS, Barrls
i ,| solicitors, Blackle Bll .
,   New   Westn lustei
j il.   I..  I'M:.     .:
���   p. HAMPTOl' BOLE, I olicl-
.      :, ,. a our'. Offll eS
��� :,.  i.i   Commerce  build-
treet, opposite  post
rt'eatminster.    Money to
: ���
. il
i   -
IV       Va
We "
.   WEAR!   K.  McQUARRIE,
. rs, solicitors, etc.       Of
v, ,��� i mil.-ut. Trapp Blk.,
..  ai      Lorne  Btreel i.
:  ...ms  21   tO 24,   145 Gran-
.1 , ieph  ' fartln, K. C, ...
W.  il.  Mi Qu irrle,  II.  A
'..  Martin wiH   be In th i
. a. ea ever-.  Friday ...'
������i'i & BOWES, Barris-
,. jtoi etc., 42 Lorne
....   Court   Hou ���.   New
v. ���
i. ie ...iv.en, r o. is 'X
I.. M \li'l'IN, Barrlsti     u I
-. ��� mti hon bh
...   ire     , New Wi
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
of    this
������ ..  I      -   Wi  !
ai   -  ,, i loi 1   p. iu.. In
Tem   - lurning
re coi ted I
Dr.  W.   \.   DeWolf  Su  th
M.���Regular   communlca-
lodgi   are held on tl a
>  'file.,.lay  In  each  month  In
I  ie, at 8 p. tn.    Visit-
...  are coidi illy  ln\ Ited
���.].    n. w. Gilchrist, Sei
;;   ,,f  p.  meets   i nd  and
| ,    :!::>-   of   eai b   month,  at   8
In   Orange   ball,   eon..: ol
-   .    md .lohn street. So
���  sir  Knlghl -   cordially Into attend.    W. E. Dunlop, W.
p         y.   M itthl ��� . Reg.
-   In   Oran:
ball    I':'.-'    au.',
thirl Friday in each in..nth at S p.
in. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to aitend. B. E. Matthias
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I, 0. 0. F.���AMITY  LODGE.  No. 27���
Tl... reg dar meetings of this lodge
I in Oddfellov r hall, Ci    '
bla   .   eet, every   Mon luj   evei
lock.    VI Itin '  : rothri :. coi
anile,1 to a'tend.    S. J.  Maj
N. tl      W. ('. Coal ham. Rec.-Sec.
I a
S ONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
.. Degree meets Second and
Wedn isd i;   "f i Rch ti oi th,
( P.  Hall, Columbi i SI , ���"
. White Roi e Di ;ree, Fourth
11     in   each month, same
n i  place.    Visiting Brethren
Invited.      IA   H-  Stlnch-
ii . Pres., ll   Disney, Secretary.
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099.  I.O.F.
ts the Fourth Friday in the
II 111 at X o'clock. In the small
b        Oddfellows'    block.      Visiting
"ii are cordially invited to at-
:" I .1. B. Rushton, c. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
A. 0. F.���The regular meel Ings of
thi :.., ige ai" bei.i on tb" Second
:".: Fourth Tuesdays of each month
Hi ' :v in. in Ihe Oddfellows' Hull.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly Incited io aitend.   K. C. Firth, C. R-:
I'- I'   Maxwell. See.
'���' "      ���- tm
��� ��� ������ TBE
On the Fa
il  F. CRAKE,
iental Limited"
rite on Sale July 2,3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept. 8,10
For   particulars  call   on   or   address
F C. MEYE.RS, New Westminster, B. C.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with in years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time. ^   ���   ,   , ..-��� .
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
Mill L
'. Doing Business at tne Old Stand.
Merchant Tailor
1     o
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.,
Columbia  Street.
New Westminster, B. C.
j Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacl iirei b of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Bank of
Incori orated   by   ai I   of   parliament
CAPI'I \i. (All pal i up).. .jH.iiM'i.uO'.i
.p: SERVE  FUND jlu.uuo,000
A. 0. U, W.���FRASER LOCGE No. I
- Meetings the first and third Tues
eai b monl h. Visiting
���i cordially Invited to attend,
I . ..p.,,,, \. o. ]'. W. hall, Od'!
fi ' .". ��� block, Clarkson street, C
S ' , :. m, recorder; Louis Witt,
ii . itfil   woi 1.n an.
Hon. Lord Strathcona ami Mount
Royal, G.C'.M.A Hon  President
il m. Sir r.. A. Drummond, President
i:.   S    Clouston,   Vice   President   and
i, meral Manager.
.    :. iral    i
a ��������� i
...    .   | ,
.:,    i' .:.. la,
'....:���.   Chicago,  and   Bl
,nd . "i respondents in a
anklng    Business   trans-
n al! the principal cities
In    Londi :i,   Bng.   New
jonn,  Mui.,
I |iai"s Of tht
Royal Bank
of Canada
u��� ,-ital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total   Assets Jlib.oVS.D/o.
Branches and correspondents In
all the principal cities of tne world.
Genera!  banking business transacted.
$1 o;iens an account.    Interest added
half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open   Saturday   nights   from   8   to   9
F. B.  Lvle, Manager.
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 Iris been expended or paid, the
itor may, upon having a survey
' .'.nd upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   loi
claims containing iron and mica,
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 2XA per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of  the   location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the X. 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 or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latn-r includes bar diggings, but extends b
to the !- ���" of :' ������ hill  or bank, not
1      ..,!._    iooo   feet.       Where    -���������   :..
j. ivi er is used       ims   200  feet   .������ i U
may be obtained
Dredging :-: the 1'. ers of Maniti b
and the N. W. TA excepting the Yu-
1 -. Territory���A free miner may obtain only : ������ ��� le . e mile > each
for a term of twenty years, renew-
- ble in the discretion of the Minister
of  tla-   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars :' tlie river
I ��� 1 iw any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
:'. - uent year. Royalty same as'
pi a er mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claim- shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek or
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten mile; or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a tlaim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordin- ���
ary claims only.
Entry fee $10.     Royalty at the rate;
of two and one-half   per cent, on the
value   of  the  gold   shipped  from  the
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories ; ject t0 tne rights of all persons who
and the Yukon Territory. have, or who may receive entries for
j bar diggings or bench claims, except
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
the   lessee  can  dredge  to  high-water
, i-i mark on each alternative leasehold,
than 320 acres 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
Full line or English, Bcotcn ana Irish
���v.. -,is and v. 11 ste I   always ln    toes
��� <���:.-��� tion.
now  in.    Make   ������ u
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mtlnnis.
First Class Me:.:.- at all Hi ars,
English, Japanese and Cl ini ji   Styles
From 1 5c. up.
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
and   $20   for   anthracite.      Not   more
Savings Bank Dept.
G   O.  Brymnei    Manager.
Manufacturer of
Junk and Second-hand   Mineraj Waters> ��tc#
Highest prices paid for second-hand
goods,   junk,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass,
copper, old shoes and all metals;
old clothes, etc.   write or call.
Front St ret, New Westminster.
opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Aerated Waters,
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
QLARTZ-Persons     ot     eighteen  dredge for each fifteen mi!es or frac.
years and over and joint stock com-' tion thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
pan.es holding free miners' certificates . per annum -or each mi]e of river
may obtain entry for a mining loca- , le:ised Royalty at the rate of two
tl0n- and a half per cent, collected on the
A free miners certmcate is granted j output after it exceeds $10,000.
for one Or more years, not exceeding ;     Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
five, upon payment in advance ot $7.50  Six leases of five mi|es each may be
per annum for an individual, and trom , granted t0 a free mjner for s term 0f
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A   free   miner,   Having   discovered
mineral in place, may locate  �� claim
feet   by   marking   out   the
same   with   two   legal   posts,   bearing
location notices,  one  at each  end  of j date of the lease.
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 on the
1st day of August in the year of the
Family Trade a Specialty.
rei, 113. Office, Eighth Street,
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
: ditional   day   allowed   for   every   ad-
. ditional  ten  miles  or  fraction.     The
' fee for recording a claim is $5-
At least $100 must be expended on
"I   X   O'clock   ]i.   III.,   ill   Oddfellows'
"all. Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren an' cordially invited to at
lend, Geo. Burr, B. C.| V. Tt. Drown,
CAMP, 191.���m,.,.| i on the FMral and
1' - -i Tuesday of every month In
K. "f p. Hall, John McNlven,
Chief; ,1. ,1. Forrester, Rec, See.
Board OF TRADE.���New Westminster it iard oi' Trade meets in the
11  0.' Room, City Hall, as follow
l Wednesday of each ran ith
'A : ii .ly meetings on tho seconi
Wednesday of February. V, ,-
August and November, at 8 p.. in
Annual meetings on the se. ond
wedne day    (,c     February,     Ne>v
11 ' m 'S    may     be    proposed    nnd
D'ei:u?d al any monthly or quarterly
"eating,   a. 10. White, See.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
' '1 livered    promptly to nny
W ul   he city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
1 'Phono IHR.      uni-,'  r.ione i.i'i I
Women Who Do
" The Only True 1 lappiness Comes
From a Living Interest In One's
Work," Says Elizabeth Towne,
Who Has   Proved   It    :: ::
A woman who has made the world
ch -.-i ler, sunnli r, for her li\ im; in 't i 1
Mrs. Elizabeth Towne, editor of the
Nautilus, which she herself toun I ��� I
on borrowed capital barely sufficient
for six mouths' existence and wlthoul
a single paid subscriber. Yet from iti
tirsi number the brave little Nautilus
paid for Itself, Its proprietor Is n woman who cannot be downed. Through
difficulty   poverty and dlscouragi   iei I
thai would hav inquered most men
this onc woman struggled mi and has
overcome. Born to n llfe of hard worli
in 1 ir..;.'.,a, married before she w ������ -
fifteen   .- th eh Idren to take care of ut
an age wbeu she was scarcely more
than a child herself, Elizabeth must
needs go to thinking besides of the
great problems o�� life, and that disturbed her even inure than material
troubles. In the midst of hard physical
work and Inharmonious environment,
however, she thought her problems
successfully out and began to tell others how to do the same. She marches
ou joyfully, face forward, living the
Golden Utile and having ever a brave,
strong faith in what Florence Morse
Kingsley calls the encircling good. She
has resolutely put the dumps behind
her. of what nature soever. So things
come her way. She Is a lead ���" !n the
so called new thought move e- t, As
to healing diseases without medicine
she says, "What w-as possible ouoe is
possible now."
Mrs. Towne was born and brought
up in Portland, Ore. When a boy her
father crossed the continent in u
wagon from New York to Oregon, and
the journey required six months.
Annie S. Peck, Mountain Climber.
Every ounce of BOVRIL is prepared under the most hygienic conditions
as required by the laws of Great Britain.
ln the preparation of BOVRIL absolutely nothing but the choicest lean
beef is used, our main source of supply being the Argentine Republic, where
cattle are so plentiful and the consuming population so small that the best parts
of the beef can be obtained by us at a very reasonable cost.
BOVRIL is a specialty, not merely a bye-product
of a packing house like many meat extracts.
LOW DOM, England,  and MONTREAL, Canada
E^m^s.,-     '���  1   '"-""���"���>������   !  JpgMMJMBHM^^
The lessee shall have one dredge
j in operation within two years from
\ the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each live miles within six years
i from such date. Rental $100 per mile
; Yukon Territory to be paid to the
j comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
' of  more  than   one   mining  claim  on
I each   separate  river,   creek  or   gulch,
' but   the   same   miner   may   hold   any
number  of  claims   by   purchase,  and
; free   minors   may   work   their   claims
in   partnership   by   tiling   notice   and
paying  fee  of $2.     A  claim  may be
abandoned   and   another  obtained   on
the   same   p..*eek,   gulch   or   river,   by
giving notice and  paying a  fee.
Work   must   be   done   on   a   claim
each year to the value of at least $.'00.
A  certificate that  work lus  been'
abandoned,  anad  open   tpi  occupation
ami entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
. on   any   other   line.      They   protect
their trnins by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   1 Ifficial   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion I.an is in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
j petroleum,  and   the  minister may  reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
1 prospected, an area of  IQ.20 acres for
I such   period   as   he   may   decide,   the !
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth,     Should the prospector  discover   oil   in   paying   quantities, nnl satisfactorily establish such
j discovery, an  area  not  exceeding 640
1 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.   i-'8o   acres,
will be sold :it the rate of $.t an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified bv Order in Council.
Deputy of the  Minister  of  the  In
Dcot. Interior.
The slender woman who attempts
the aseeut of Mount tfuascaran, In tin*
Peruvian Andes, the present summer
expects to be successful this time without a doubt. She started on her journey alone. She particularly wants uo
white man along, saying her Indian
boys are worth ten times as much as
men of her own race.
On her former try at Huascaran the
eold became so Intense near the top
that the Indians could no longer endure It. The thermometer marked 20
degrees below zero. This time Miss
Peels has among her luggage Eskimo
clothing, which she expects to sew Cast
upon her natives nnd thus protect
them from freezing. N'o one has ever
yet climbed Huascaran to its sumniii
Miss Peek's ascent of Mount Sorata, i.i
Bolivia, several years ago made a re ���
onl for mountain climbing in South
America, Miss Peck is a delicate looking blond woman, who Is not the least
delicate, however. She lias grit and
mind power enough to carry her
through anything,
Woman Not Afraid of Highwaymcr
Fifteen "bad men" swooped d >wu
upon u small town town on,' Saturday
not long iu'o and took possessloa.
They were armed and desperate and
robbed and looted stores and private
houses. The men ot the place, ti 1
by surprise, were completely terrorised, and the highwaymen worked
their \\A!  until Monday  ni.ght.    Til -i
at 111 i.l'.!   lu tl of ih >m .'.ade a r... I
on a li pi'ir store kept by John :'.:;������
graves, As usual, ihey lined the 1: 1
in the place, bands up, against . ���
wall and began g dug through thc ..
the proprietor of tha place Includ
Mrs   Falrgraves lives over the sti
und   '. ��� li iard tlie noise,   Snatclil	
revolver, sh,- ran down,    siu- p A  . i
s : 1.
!l  II
tii ���   pistol   ll 1   it"   fellow   and
"Hand that rruu o\ ���������!��� ov I'll blow .
bead off!"   He banded it over.   Wi
���\-'a;. . :  ::: eaeh  h :.al  Mrs.   FaiKrS ���' '-
then .'.ie -! the other two desperado ���<
und forced ihem to throw up th ���
li.-i'.'. Is, It '.-. as "so sudd sn," yon ��� i ���
p,y that time wme of the frighten ������:
mon ��� a-, ired their presence of mh '
and :, dp ���; Mr Falrgraves fan I th.'
three fellov s In j ill. By nexl day th ���
men of the i'i ice gol courage eno li
under tho I 'adershlp of Mrs. t'alr-
graves, to drive the rest of the gan [
oul of ; -.-'I
(!tii> Women  AjvlmiinB.
Club      a.-1 of Tenne isee are agitnt.
In   for n state compulsory education
lav : also i'or a statu library law.   Thej"
will get both,
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. 1906.
REASONS    WHV We Want Your Trade     [
1. We can .give you entire satisfacti n.
_'. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
;'.. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
4. We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Talks  About   Sunday   Observance   Bill
and   Specially   Mentions   J.   B.
Kennedy.  M. P.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� �� B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
iill kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
5 Room Cottage, all modem
conveniences; close to car line
and Queen's Park; 2 lots in
garden; fine location.
Price $25,00
Terms easy.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85
For Sale
\ lai ge audience greeted I he R< i
J, (I. Shearer, geneial secretary of h i
Lord's May Alliance i'i the Queen's
Avenue Methodist church on Sunday
night, The speakei save a A ���:' un 1
i oi,-ise outline of tl..- manner In which
the Sunday Observance iill Al been
steere 1 through the Domli i >n house
ami finally passed, li i to great
i re Iii to ihe sevi n memlioi : Irom British Columbia for the manner In which
hey had aided In the passing of the
bill. Ml save two h'l been loyal to
il in its entirety, and the speaker
- poke '���'-.-> warmly ��� ' the willing an 1
support '.ena... : -..l through the
campaign by the mt-mber 'or Xew
Westminster, .1. B  Kennedy, Esq.
The bill had been bitterly opposed
by ihe .lews and the Seventh Day Ad-
ventists and on the i pening day of
: : lian eni 'hey ha i presented a petition to throw oul 'le bill signed by
1,3,000 opponents of the measure, The
Alliance ha 1 taken a different course
and day after day, members of the
house brough in petition after petition signed by their constituents asking for the passing i f the I ill in question. The Roman Catholic, Anglican
and all Evangelical bodb-.-, as well as
the working men had fallen in line
and through their weight, had done
much towards carrying the bill
through  successfully.
The idea for the setting apart of
one day in the week was world wide
and similar bills were in various
stages in France, Bi Igium, Spain, Holland, Switzerland, Argentine Republic,
and in the United States. Onl; n
short time ago a meeting for the li1-
cusslon of the sai.'.-- matter was called
by the Primate of England and a number of the dignitaries of the Anglican
church, which had been taken up by
all classes of people, and il would not
be long  ' efore the  matter woul I   i e
i'.iid   before  the   legislature   of  Ithe
t i
land. The speaker had recently received an invitation to visit England
and explain legislation there. In
Canada alone under existing oondi-
Lions 150,000 people were compelled to
la! oi seven daya -. eek, and the num
ber under the new bill would be reduced more than 50 ner cent, and
those who wer." compelled to work
on the Lord's day bad it within their
right to demand -I full hours of rest
during the week.
The chair was occupied by Rev. R.
Lennie, li. I)., and Rev. Dr. Rugg
assisted in the opening exercises. At
the elo.-e of the meeting envelopes
were distributed and the membership
mil of the local branch of the Allium ���
was very largely added to.
ing; $50.00 for H. P. and Duark roads,
to be let by auction.
Ward V.���$25.00 for -raveling C, Tl.
road, :���' I e lei A- auction; $25.00 for
graveling X. B. road, to be let by auction.
The following accounts were passed  *���
an i i becks Issued:
F. Stanley-Spain, costs Rex vs. Austin. $8.00; W. E. Laking, plank, Wards
Ill and IV . $6.35; J. J. .Mackay & Co.,
stationary, $2.35; G. W. Atchison,
work on Hjorth mad Ward I.. $25.00;
Flumerfell Bros., work on T'p line
load. Waul !., $50.00; S. Stevenson,
hauling plank Serpentine bridge, Ward
III., $6.00; Endersby Bros, graveling
Borgstrom road Ward III, $50.00; J.
Keary, eun C. M. roa I War 1 V.
$100.00; A. .1. Peschke, work on 0.
It. road Ward V. $12.00; II. Barton,
grading and culverts C. R. road Ward
V, $63.00; .1. Goodman, work Boundary
road Ward V, $18.00; Gus Jonson,
work Lawrence road Ward V, $21.00; {
ll. SIgvalderson, slashing Lawrence
road Wani v. $17.50; A. Campbell,
work II. P. road Waul V. $2.00; .1.
Char'ooneau, work '/�� section roadWard
V $1.50; lit;. Lawreni e, ac. Indemnlt ������
$25.00; W. Willi
son    roa.I     Wan.
Mlirphy, expenses Milton ditch, Ward I
A'. $7.00; II. Hose. e\| enses. $4.00; j
.Mrs .Win. Roebuck, assistance, $10.00.
' !o ei il then adjoui ne i to meet
again i n Sept. 15th, at  1 o'clock p.m.
We have a full line of
Loaded Cartridges including the well known
Also Shot Guns, both
Hammer & Hamrnerless
r Rifles, Shooting Coats,
am-, ac. eon. Steven-  j
,i   v.   $35.00;   Alex   s Vests, Powder, Shot,
Etc., Etc.
_____���just OPENED OUT���=
Large selection of Ladies' Fall Coats.
Watch our advertisements this week for special
Reynier's Kid Gloves for fall are here in ail t]
new shades, long and short lengths.
Play in Tennis Tournament.
The tennis tournament under the
auspices of the Westminster Tennis
club is attracting a considerable
amounl of interest an . lai ge numbi rs
of the patrons of the game are presenl each afternoon  ,\ atcbing the con-
The Paragon \
===== Family Washer	
The Latest    .inti   Greatest   Washer   on   the M.uL.-i
lana, Mentrum, Anaconda. Tbe contests. Play was resumed ai 10 o'clock mention of 1907 will beheld In Cen-
yesterday and the whole lay was given ' "'i!- VVash- "!1 ' proposition of
up to the fascinations of the game. ' :,;' ' Graham Fox. The treasurer's
T ie contests are dwindling down, In 'lJ0r1   was  '���'���''������       :'    "' ' '   and    :'
spite of the large number of entries, ! ''  :'':-U]- accounts showed a balan.-..
.... . :���, -. .a                                                    ^
an ! the followin
. : off today
. :::. Ladles Sli       Miss Homei
: $150.
m '���- v. Ill    ���   play-
������ Ladies s;.       Miss Homer   i|ifniinnil r   DlfTD
irleson,  rs.   AUIUfilUDlLL   KAIlS.
A -��� P .-..:���  -i ���  n   absoluti ly 1 and   o easily that a chil
: ii     t    The Paragon will   ave  I   cost i lany times by preventin
and tear.    Call ana see it ano be c mvinced like other- now using it.
Large Shipment of Them lust Arrived Direct from Factor)
A .-    Mi Gregor.
1 ;.. m, Mixed Dou  les    M . and Mrs
Gram  vs.   Mr. White an I   Miss Milii-
.",  p. m.  Gentlemen's  Singles���H,  P.   James Boswell of Winnipeg is Thrown
Latham,    vs.  G. G.    .afferty,    mixed From Car in Dunlop
doubles,   Miss   Charleson,   and   S.   B. Contest
O'Brien,   vs.  Miss Peele,  and H.  De-
Wednesday's Ga-nes. Winnipeg, Si | ' James  Boswell,
3   ;..    in.    Ladies'    DcitDles���MIsb a   well known  Winr,jieg athlete and
Weeks  and   Miss  McGowan   vs. Mrs.  auicmobilisl   was  seriously,     perhaps
Johnson    and   Mrs    Williams.    Mrs.   fatally, injure.! ' ..   the oi  rturnlng of
Grant  and     Miss     Cotton    vs.    Miss j his   ear in   the   Dunlop   Tro;,by   auto-
Shildrick and Miss Armstrong. ... He race today.    The accident oc-	
:   p.  :::.   Men's Singles���W. G. Mc-   . irred   four   miles    from    Stonewall
Jui   rle vs. Mr. Johnson, L. A. Lewis   through a rear wheel striking a rock.   X*yy>>>>>>>^^^
vs. V.  ('.  Brimmacombe. His assistant escapi I unhurt but Hot   p_
:t ��� '      D. C. Tuck vs. R. P. Baker,   well   fell  on   his  forehead   making a   J<
A  >.  Sutherland  vs.   the  winner    -   severe  gash and,  ll  i- thought,  frac-   ?,
��� ired bis skull     ! Ie has been  uncon-   ;���;
iou     fifteen   h iurs   an 1   - !."v. -     no   J
signs ol   ���' ming to. ft
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anything wil A
\ ii ms boiling; there is l i need
of   using any chemical
soap and wati r,
Z. ��� Anything from thi   I
est laee curtains to the I
est   blankets   and   cai ... I
withoul the sligl test ii
. ven the mi   I de cati
'_.    Up toi'..'. nl y-flvi
within .a to 3 minutes.    Bel
ter and cleaner than  I .
harsh, slow and tire - ���"
board method,
the Mi  ; ian le an I Johnson   i  me
Chief Watson  Honored.
Chii     Wats m, ��� E the city  fire    ri-  "���  y
sadewai  :""';''-  ':"'""!    '   "dent of IMTPDWriT                    8
Lhe  Pacific Coasl  Chief's association, WILL  j\{j|   f |\ I flK V f__\h                   %
al the fire chiefs' convention at Cal- y
g.ry, othe,- officers elected  were: ||| CUBAN  REBELLION   \
Vice  president, Chief  Miller.   Cen- ft
tralia;   secretary, Chief    Yoran    (re- :���;
elected);   treasurer,   E.   Bruce.     Vice- United     State?     Government      Issues    ft
presidents of the   various   districts; i Emphatic Denial of Reports           ft
Manitoba,    Chief    Menlive,   Virden; to Contrary,
British Columbia,    Ken-.    Kamloops
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
Alberta,   Davidson,    Edmonton;    Saskatchewan, Miller,   Regina;    Oregon
!���; Tb'. ar.ilAls'Colui:.bin Si.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Front Street. ;���;
1*1 ���*���
>>"��������>!��'>"���������>"���>.>>>-*>>:. ���..���-.��"��� >�����_���! !0"0"ccoi!0>>>>>>>>>>-COi>i>.'>.
Washington, Sept. 3.���Emphatic de
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
School Books
and Supplies
217-219 Columbia Street.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
Business Irslitute
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT,  B..A., Principal.
H. A.  SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
Surrey Couniil  Notes.
Council met In the town hall Surrey
c. nu-.-, Sal urday, Sept. 1st, the reeve
:ii!,l all nii'ini en ��� In .��� | resenl; minutes of pri t ��� :..' ' ' a ���. were re i I
.a i conflrmi I; i mmunications were
received and d< alt with as billows:
From   VV.   IX  Scott,   superintendent
i;.   \.   Ry    cutting   bi isli  north
of II. P. roa I ci osslng, sa.\ lng the mat-
ie: would receive prompl nl entlon.
Rei i Ived.
From F. Stanley-Spain, chief eon-
stable, enclosing bill for $8.00 costs
Rex vs. Austin. Received and order.-.!
The Sune; Electric Tramway bylaw passed its firsl and second readings.
The Surrej Electric Light, Heal an I
Power by-law passed its first and second readings.
On motion a grant of $r,n.oo was
made to the Surrey Agricultural association,
Tbe following appropriations were
Ward 1.���$26.00 for the Daily road
roi Lashing and logging; $50.00 tor
thi   :i orih road tor slashing and log-
Ward IH.���$25.00 for graveling
Ilookway road, lenders to be iri�� at
next meeting; $20.00 tor Wade road,
ditto.; $25.00 for ditching on Mclnnis
Wards I and [V.���$25.00 for ('aim
:oad, lenders  lo l.e in   at  next  meet-
Foster, Astoria; Washington, Grainer,   nial   is made at   the American  state
Davenport;   California,  Guthrie,  Sac-  department   of  all   reports  that   any   ^^^^mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm^m^m^^m^mmmmmmmmmmmm
ramento; Idaho, Kelly, Wallace;  Mon-   movemenl is in progress looking to in-   ��� ���
      __ tervention in Cuban affairs. No definite information was received at the
state department today from Havana
concerning the conditions In Cuba an I
rumors of further Insurrectionary
movements we're not confirmed In any
iffl    ll  .   ���]'.   '.all lies.
in the comn   nity,    A poor '    and
lo-mouth mai      never is.    Mal <��� up
your mil d      buy a      me .'A A..
Do It Now.
..... . ....   |,       ��� ,| ex.
travi fan -     man  ar.d did  nol
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
is the i e I of all gifts to your fam-
" ily.	
7 Roomed Mouse and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church,    Lot 60x 182 . . $1750
Very Easy Term;;.
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
f. I. HART & Co.
tt, ���
: Electric Railway Service:
Inter-urp.-in Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
���stations will run every bnif-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11 p,
in. excepting al 7:30 and S::;n
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run trom Central Park to
Vancouver only,
30   Minute    Service   during   re   *
mainder of day.   Transfer al *
Leopold Place
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   I"'- ^
tween 8 a. m. and  10 p. e
City nnd bappcrton.
I    City Limits Line���Service irom
���       6.30 a. rn. to  11  p. in.
J    20 Minute Service���No transfer,
+ -   Between 12 and 2 and i> and 7.
Sipperton Ltne--la Minute v' " ty
\ .���.���.  pi  between  i- and ���
2, and :.i ami .'. during v in i_ j
hours    the   Bervice   win   he ��
dall hi urly, ���
Sunc'ay   S'.rvice   Bait-hoi!        ��� '' ���
;ween 8 a. m. ami  11  p. '���"��� t,
�����������������.<.��� ��-.*��>�������������������������������������-���*������*��
Scottish Sports.
The Scottish spoils committee gol
down to business last night and com-
leted lis duties in connection with
ibi preparation of the Scottish sports
��� rot ' amnio foi I be exhibition. 'I be
......in ���  attractive  line of sports '-   ���
,    ;, ,   7   , % British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
1, 1 hrouing  li,  lb. hammer,  Jirst   *
prize $5.00, second, $3.00.
2, LOO yards race, first prize, $5.01
second, $3,00.
::.    Putting  10 lb. shot, first   prizi
' $5.00,  second, $3.00.
I.    One mile race, first prize. $10.00,
second, ?_.oo.
5.    Throw'-ing   56   lb.   weighl.     firsl
hwize, $5.00, second, $3.00, ���  '
(I.   Sack rare, first prize. $5.00, sec-  prize, $5.00, second, $3.fl.Q, ,    Best dressed  girl, under 11  years,
|ond, 83.00. 2,   Putting 16 lb. shot, first   prlza,   (Highland  costume) $l.oo.
Advertise   in   The   News
7.   Running hop,  Btep and    jump, I $6,00, second, $3,00,
in.-i  prize, $5.00, second, $3.00.
8,   220 yards race, flrsl prize, $16.00,  prize, $5.00, Becond, $8.00.
second, $5.00.
li.    Vaulting with  pole, flrsl   prize,
$5.00, second, $3.00,
in.    120  yards  hurdle    race,    firsl
prize, $16.00, second, $6.00,
i in jumps, each 3 ft. <i In. hlgb.i
Throwing 50  lb.   weighl,    tlrsl      Marches, firsl   prize, $8.00, bi
$5.00, I hi rd, $3.00.
Dancing. Strathspeys and  reels, firsl    prlz-'-
1. Highland fling, lirsi prize, $4,00, $8.00, second, $6.00, third, $8.00.
second,  $3.00,   third) $2.00. The  first   prize In event   I   Is  I"'
(Chlldrenr under 1-1 years.) sented  by  his honor    the    lieutenant
2. Highland   fling  (adults),    rirsi governor,
prize, $6.00, second, $3.00, third, $2.od.      The flrsl prize In evenl 8 Is presen
ii.   Running long jump, first prize,     3.   Sword dance (adults), first prize, ed by T. Gifford, Esq., M. P- ''���
$6.00, second, $3.00.                              $5.00, gecond, $3.00,   third,  $2.00. The tlrsl   prize in evenl  9 is '"'"
12.    Running high Jump, first prize,     -t.   Irish jig   (adults),  first    prize, sented by J. B. Kennedy, Esq, M. P-
$6.00, second, $3.00,                               $6.00, second, $8.00, third, $2.00. The first prize in event  10 Is i"r"
Professional. Ilest   dressed   hoy,   under   M   years, sented by the   Hon.   It. McBrlde, I"'1'
I.   Throwing  16 Ib, hammer, flrsl \ prize value $1.00. mlex of B. c.


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