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VOLCME 1, NUMBER 167
.EW WESTMINSTE^^.,^iUXE^%XoRN
[NG, SEPTEMBER 19, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
Typh
oon
F
rom
Sea
Storm of Awful Force Breaks Suddenly Over Harbor at Hong
Kong, and Warships, Ocean Liners and other Craft are
Hurled Against Each Other With Appalling Results.
DEBRIS PILES UP
ON CITY STREETS
"OVERSEAS MAIL"
SPEEDS EASTWARD
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C. P. R. Stsamship Empress of   Japan Escapes Disaster
Many Well Known Vessels Lost and Others Badly
Damaged    Heavy Loss of Life.
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,   ��� -;
e rl ��� Kw   a.
Sun Lee 1    ndered.
Bteai ������:    Cbas.   Hai .
ged.
Inese   steimei    Wing
ii I
-������ am     . inches    and
'i .:. len I,   an :  mosi   ol   thi
tbe wa ... ���
Reucrt  Frcm   Man la.
���  -   M ni .���-������   and  the      " "      -"������ "inoagh An- bar-
t    . e'er was low this   moi uing,  there
,,    --, -    te    shew a  hurili
I preveni     ���       a rdinarj      ��� cautions thi   ie ial
���worli   was  in  pi ogress,   when
th<   storn   -t a.,  the  Bhi] ; ing   with-
..    Qinj     V'i .sels pitched   ie
. i :..     ���  watei   front, and the .locks
it. Is     ��������� re   stn w _    with
...   ���... ���
--  t    .-��� ���:,_'   ...hi l_
lives
wai        .v .��� : w ith I oats,
rm senl   hun Ire Is   to the
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a.
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. .1 I.i    en an      I threi
an  Sti       ���      '���    :.:   '..
gl
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PASSENGER TRAIN
FALLS INTO RIVER
Empress  of  Japan  Escaces.
-    '��� ��    Ships     :.    '   ���     .
aped  it
; ���        Emj ��� ��� -- ': Ja
.   .        on the Mi ateai ���
���   . : ted.
ich      torped     desl royer
is   damaged  in  a  collision
��� si .:- ��, ������   lost
. a   Balling ship   S.   P.
thrown high and drj
.    li .' iomeni    otfli lals
..   Btarted   tu   bucci i   the
������������������ e dam agi
��� ' : tai nal l<   foi  w< eks
.ti- are reported t
��� I
Later   Detail..
Sept     ' -      _  terrlfl
idden - hen  I
t wo h   ;  -     ud    est ro)
erabh     native       i       and
... lifi
Is literal
IH .- ll
' : with di bris.
���   mei       : ��� ��� I with
���   s: rathmoi ���    sei _
a-  -: e latter.
-I;   steamer   Hoong   Sang
British    steamer
��� 'a Blight damage,
boat  Patshan fouled the
������"I boal Pol; aeslan.
��� an ��� ���  Vfooteagle, the
Signal, the German
iyuen,  the   British
' '..ni-    Bh_,    tt_   Oei...i .
Si -'a,  the  Ko*   i.arn  ferry
��� . ������        ,a   ...-���.    Irl ren
'������' ��� lean     Bti a:.a .     SOi     g   11
''': '������   '.    ���.... ��� , Johanne are
I
��� <>��� ���   stean er le Btranded on
and.
��� - ii river gunboal 51 bi n
adly.
. '��� ; pe Ii   :���. al   Ii   ' oyei
��� ������ I   two   othei      Ira ged
11 till:.    |l ii.   a   Ol   the
British   Bteame
avi i ae        i   -   m
" hlng hei    ti   .
"    "- s   P   .. -  bcorli
- -    le n in tc ��� -���.:... ��������� thi
pe   she I
Facts  About   Lost  Ships.
, Si       IS     Thi   ' ul)  Am-
ed lost so far Is the
Hli  b whicb   ha I   jusl    arrived
al   H  ng  Kong  from Manila, and was
preparing to  sail   tor Baltimore and
.\t-.\   York    The Hitchcock is owned
F  Chapman i- Co., ol New York.
and carri* I a crew ol 61 men,    She
lilt al Bath, Maine, iti 18S3, and
Id of 2,081  tons nei register.
. a.   i,.  ,:. a steami r Pi inz  Walde-
.  owne I  ��� '���   the Not th German
Ll...'.d Co., an.l has been employed In
thi   Bremi d China tra le,    sh.- has a
ui ��� ' uu.ige of 1,737.
-, -..-   British   sti an er   Kwang   Cho
lu Hong Kong in 1902 and
....   e s    ���,. ial.   sin- i-       507
���   Di   di '
I   .   ���     |sh steamer Winj  Hal was
t Honj   Kong In 1902, i d i
. :i Df  i-.- a.    Hei tonnage
546
���i  ��� ���.     |e bat
, ,,   ���- I  'ilaa   -' a-   foi   a
lumber ol    ���    -     She  was   bulll ai
, ..      . . an I reglstflre I 611 tons di
.. .- i       M, iebsen, wl  ���
,.-ii-   the stei    ���     Signal,   which Is
... , ... ,   B8]   re      l'hi    Signal   was
i, ,ii-  al  Kiel In  1903 and has a net
tonnage of 907.
Tbe German steamer Petrarch ar-
:.., i al Hong Kon-- recently from
Saigi d. She was built at South
gj .   |    in  i s 77 ana n gisten .1   1,252
tons.
I e Get man Bti amer Emma Luyken
had   re entlj   arrlvi i  al Hong  Kohl
.,.,,,,.; ,...     she   Is   owned    In
,.. a   and   Is   "t   1,109 tons   oel
register.
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REGISTER!     REGISTER!
The ��� : a   .-  running out    Mon laj
nexl   i    the last daj     li   ���' '    ""'""
he UbI  then   ---��� loae youi
v,,,,..   see to it at once,   Do not miss
your chanci  to help the good work of
I utting   the present   pn Hn la| gov^
,.   an i   giving  this  "glori-
. D ���- an    .        mltj   o show
n   ���      went .���iimlii-
Glacier, B. C, Sept. 18���During the dark hours
of the night the Overseas Mail train dashed along the
furious reaches of the Fraser, crossed the Gold Range
and when it arrived at Revelstoke, in the valley of
the Columbia this morning, half an hour of the six j
hours handicap there was in leaving Vancouver had
been lopped off.
Excellent speed is being maintained and here in
the heart of the Selkirks the steep climb is being
easily made. In this homeward flight of the Over
Seas Mail an additional sleeper is necessary to accommodate the increased number of passengers, a large
number of whom will go direct by the Empress of
Britain from Quebec to Europe. These travellers
from the Far East express themselves as being more
than delighted at this new service by which they are
able to travel half way around the globe within 30
days.
One of those who came from Hongkong remarked
to your correspondent that the route was a revelation
in every way. The passage over the Pacific was
extremely enjoyable and the land trip so far a constant surprise, while the resources of the Canadian
Pacific seemed inexhaustible and the service on land
antl sea so perfect that the long journey had become
merely a delightful outing.
Occupants of Cars Are Drowned   or   Mangled   to  Death
In Accident on Rock Island Railway ���A Few
Scramble to Safety.
Fisheries Commissioners
Meet In Vancouver
Today
The fisheries coi Iss! :- ipj oinl
i.l by Canada and Washington state
respectively are to meel at la o'clock
this forenoon in the board of trade
room, Vani ouver. The objeel of tli<��
n'lii'.rein e, as aln ;. ij i am meed, is
��� . Use ii - the ste;..- deemed necessarj
to 1 e taken to , revent overfishing
and  thus bi c ire a bu] il Bockeye
or the span Ding ground       I be  it; II
l_h ''. . imbl i -    imi       i        .in Its
.... leavi r I t lie whole
gri ind of the fishery Interests ol the
pro; Ince, but the Puget Soun I I i ber-
men have practically no Interest in
lishing regulations o_ mis side ol the
line, excepi as these i one i o the
preservation of the Bockeye,
To night the Amei lean conn Issi n
er.- will be the guests ai dlnnei ol tbe
British   Columbia   commission,     all
tin   members ol the latter are la a
t. -iiian e   al   the   sittings,   and
\mei. au c immlB! lonei b arrlvi
:  .: bl
���.: tthrie, Okla., Sept. IS.���Elgbt per-   c .rs  with the exception of the Pull-
; ..ms went into the -'.ream, which had
been raised to an unusual height by
a terrific storm last night
Like  Rats  in Trap.
it is reported that 100 passengers
were in the chair car, and that all
were drowned with the exception of
one man. Four men were seen to
fall from the top of one of the ears
into the water and were drowned. No
names of the vlctin._ are obtainable
at this time.
More Dead  Than   Alive.
A report from Kfudusher _ays that
many persons on the ill-fated train
rescued by a relief train have arrived
there. Many persons, more dead than
alive as a result of theii experiences,
have been placed in the hotels at
Kingfisher, while a number of dead
bodies have been taken to the
morgue. A number of Kingfisher people known to have been on the train
have not been found.
More Alarming.
Wichita, Kas., Sept. 18.���A telephone message from Hennessy, Ol-.i...
says that 225 persons were carried
into the Cimarron nver. Of t.. ...
number only six are reported safe.
Hennessy is only night miles froi.
the scene of the wreck. All cars excepting the rear Pullman are said to
have gone into lhe river.
Another Accident.
Guthrie, Okla., Sept. i(>.���A Bpei Lal
from Charleston, Okla., says that a
San Francisco passenger train was derailed near that place. Tw,o persons
are knovin to be dead.
 0	
Policemen and Soldiers
Mark Jews For Death
;;_=  are  dead,  twentj   more or  less
injured   and   as   many  more   missing |
as  the   jesult  of  the  wrecking of a
Rock   Island    passenger   train   three
miles from Dover. Okla.. at 8.30 this)
:..    ning.
The  engine,  tender,  baggage   and
n , .1 cars, sn oking car an '. day coach
ol   passengei   train   No.   12,   north-
be in I, left the high bridge that spans
thi   Cimmarron river and plunged In-
���   -��� ��� am, which  Is   flanked   by
li.  0 ;-. .; .a ksands.
'1 he :    1 motive disappears 1 aim pt
immediately.
The   mail   and  baggage   clerks  es-
aped   from  their  cars  and  swam  tu |
.he shore.
The accident was due to driftwood,
which piled against the bridge and
swei veil il out of line.
The train w,is an hour laie and was
unning at high speed. Tbv engineer
did cot see the condition of the
uridgt until iie was within a few
yards of it. He shouted to his fire
n:iin and jumped and lauded on the
\erge of the river and escaped unhurt. Tlie fireman sustained severe
injuries.
When the engine struck the structure collapsed, precipitating the engine, smoking car and day coach into
the water, Two Pullmans remained
in the track. The current whirled
the day coach down stream and lodged it  against a sand bank.
The occupants were helped out
through the doors and windows.
Tiie smoking car Boated  to a sand
bar and lour men were seen to clam-
be]    through   the  windows   and   pull
themselves on top of the car. calling
Dtidl;   for _Slp.   Those on shore wen
mable to reach them on ai cp int  ol
���   a gh wati :. .1:1.1 while :!)��� j   v 1
��� gging   :      assistance   a   mass
��� -a... i sw<      them ..wi.;..
The r.'i-: autbi ntic aa ount     1  1 -
p    a in bei    ol   passenger-    in   the
. ,   ... .    betwi en  -���"���  i>i. i
With  few   exceptions  thej   have not
been aci 0 rated Foi
p V'' man km foun 1 and fishi
tlie   river  at Ci     -        -     miles
Rescued   at   Sea.
Charleston.   S.C.,  Sept.   is. --   The
Clyde liner New York to-day brought
Into port the mate and three seamen
,��� An.i ricaa  bai . R. D. Bibber,
gayer* er 1* lea, from s.>
. .ii   to   \i ���   \���        s'���'������ ked   off
the Frying   Pan  shoals,    The vessel
turned turt-i arid won; to pieces. The
na n win (bund clinging to thi span
The .... era oi      -   . :, w
u 1 -,   -
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Odessa,   Sept.   18.   Revolutionaries
to-day made an attempt to burn down
the political  prison hen'.    They onlj
���   le 1. however, In partially burn
ing the roof,
Polici men accompanied by soldiers
made tours oi the olty las: night und j
1 ut nun ks oul of the trunk 1 xif trees
standing close to a number of shops |
bl longing   lo    Jews.     These   seclloilK
are    supposed   lo    he   mm 1,0.1   IVl    111
��� reused attacki.
Representative, ol the .lews appealed to the mayor to Investigate*
md ihe Investigation Is n.ii 1 to have
confirmed the itory,
A police official wiis tried here today on charges of having killed eleven
.lews during lhe anii-.iewi-h attacks
lust year, Although the murders were
fully proven, the than was condemned
io only three years' ImpriBohmem
Three other   police   officials   who
were comieie.l of  having  looted  and
���-,-.��   a   .irtt ;-,)-,  ,,welling were ,.i
rested
Marines Executed.
ilelsingt'ors,   Seat    iv Seviaiu-.n
marines condi oni I ... _n-tth foi par-
U-ipaii-ig in the Sveahorg mutiny
were shot in-day. The court-..'urtial
hns sentenei 1 eighty other sailors to
various terms at hard labor or to service wiih the disciplinary battalions.
Kleven of the men were tried and acquitted.
 0	
Lumber Carrier D_e.
The Bteamer Quito is expected In
port tonight to load lumber at the
iiasei River mills, The vessel ls one
ol the largest which have yet visited
ibis port, and will cany a cargo of
lumber io Nome
-:��� Hi     "   -    ������
I,., ,      een   n        �� Ejnker Suspected.
'   s ' ������ "'' ��;
.... . . ���   ��� ������'     '   '���<���������">
< sldents havi        a       1  .   .
a   .
51 . Itt .i P I i-v. ,.; km - ���
, who was in thi smok ag oar, aspens
thai there wen 81 least no in the car.
ii. Bald: '.lust as the car was turning
on its side I l.'itght my way to the
aval and forced my body through the
door. When 1 came to the suffice I
was swept down stream by the hem;,
current. When in the last. staffeM ol
exhaustion I touched bottom and grew
myself up on the bunk. There were
al leasi SO others in the smoking ca-
1  st-W two besides myself escape.''
All  Into the  Stream.
nml  plii'i'Tii't
.    S a i  hank, has heen
taken hat<    u odj    The shares of the
0 pi     cent ''"i ' tii-
iu a   Bl     '���
Still Cut Off.
1-iawiiia,  Sepi. IS.--Eastern Cuba  is
still cut off from communication with
ihe Oape, i di ii  i    earned Chat the
iiu-cs   of   Havana   and   Pinar  del
Rio are ouiei. -  -  .-*���'
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Large Audience Laughs.
The OttOle Josh Perkins company
made fun to] 11 large iiudience m the
Oklahoma City, Okla., Sept. 18. A Westminsie: opera house lasi night,
special to tbe Tinn-'--Joiirnn! from The compnny put on a good show for
Enid this afternoon states thin fully ihe price of admission, and everyone
lun persons were dK.wned thn mer': present felt that they had received
ing In the vi k ot the norihbumi! their money's worth,
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific ban By the way, the theatrical business
Sanger train No. I_. which went Into looks better for the managers in New
the Cimarron rive: al Rover. 87 mile. Westminster this season than for a
south  nf Enid.    The engine  and  Hli   long time past.
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THE   DAILY NEWS?
we_.n_.:cay  SEPT.
BABIES'  RICYRTS.       ^
Do Mother* Knon iiini Bow to Tak*
i nn' of  Infanta?
A rough looking young foreign laborer and his wife entered a trolley
cm: They were of the poorest class.
The wife carried their lirst baby, a
mite no more than a month old. Tbe
father . iuld i "t Keep h.s black eyes
off it. Its tiny pink lists seemed the
object of his special wonderment.
Every once in awhile he would reach
out his grimy band, unclasp oue of the
baby's doubled lists and clasp the pink
fingers   a round   bis  own   forefinger.
Will thai liny newcomer live and
grow to maturity in* spite of tlio ignorance, poverty, unhygienic and uncontrolled tempers of Its parents? Tbe
chances are against It,
Us Gertie With the E.by.
The first thing Infants or young children require for the development of a
healthy nervous system i.s absolute
gentleness and quiet. The mother who
will jerk a child or yell at it and
threaten it iu course language is a
brute. Even the baboon mother does
not yank her ape Infnnt by the arms.
Ami yet some of these human brute
mothers slap their little children upon
the ears or beal them black ami blue
in tits of beast rag.'. I once beard a
fool woman say she began Id "break
her baby's will" hy spanking ii soundly whan it was only six weeks old.'
That woman would have received her
dues if sli" laid been licit up and well
���whipped. Remember and forgel it
not screaming and yelling' at babies
ami young children, jerking, slapping
and shaking them ruin their nervous
Bystem and lay the foundation I'm- no
end of disease ia after lite. Besides,
anil perhaps worst of all. such treatment retards the progress of an enlightened civilization by training them
in turn to become brutes instead of
courteous and refined human beings.
K��cro the  Baby Cie_n.
A   bath  every  morning  A a   bai y'a
just  duo, and nothing sh iuld cheat  it
OUI nl' '..'lis.     lt.s Clothing Should   I"' 111 i.'
oughly washed, aire,! and sunned.
.Many a careless washerwoman fails to
rinse tho sua;.-'tils out of garments
worn next a (hii,i's tendei- skin. When
a baby smells sour you may bo sure Ita
mother or nurse is one of the human
brutes.
Tiny soft rags of Immaculate cleanliness should bo kept in the baby's has
kot to wasli its mouth and gums. A
perfectly clean, soft cloth often may In
saturated with cold drinking water and
thi ��� :m: sorr, touch of a babys hand.
put t" an Infant's lips and il will do-
rive infinite sntisf ictiou from su -king
nt th.- coolii p cl illi, e pecially when the
weather is b a.
If an infant's scalp pots s.-urfy and
accumulal -1 a sore crust, gently rub
pure i -   piin ��� into t'i" plm ,-ory night
This   wii!   belli   . .     ,, ,.    iiii   hi al   th.
scalp and nl a.   I in ng scurf 1
be n ashi ���! off ea jlly,
Baby's Mattress and  Pillows
Suppose ."ii i��� i*':1111  i-. put to sleep, as
i.s commouly ih" case, upon it feathei
pillow  ami   mattress.     When   ||   wake
in bol  weather, often in cold, the un
pleasanl feather pillow will be wring
ing  wei   witli  perspiration  an.l  often
times   the  child's  n  i ll   w iii   lie em ered
witb prickly be.n eruptions. Feathei
pillows and mattresses I'm' aii',mis an
nil Wrong, In col 1 weather a down
quilt may be tucked over the child, lm:
iimt is enough of stuffy, unpleasant
feathers about n baby, Its mattress
likewise its pillow, sh mid be construe!
<>U of sofi horsehair.   Dou't you want
your baby to bo free frum siiseoptihil
Ity to cold Inking; don't you wani il ti
have firm flesh und u thick growth ol
hair? Then throw away the feathei
pillow .'imi mattress. Tiny hammocks
are now to bo hud fur Infants. A baby
shoulil always sleep alone.
An  Infant's  First Teeth.
A child is oh! enough to havo n soft,
siiiiil) brush used upon its tooth when
it is two years old. It Ib disgusting
the way babies' teeth are often nog
loeteii. From tho time thc milk teeth
appear they should be looked after.
When it is time for tbora 11 drop out,
lot them drop. Never pull them oni
prematurely, When they are rv,\i]y to
come a very little tug will bring them
Sometimes,  though,  a  milk  tooth  re
ilinlns and is ill the way of Ilie growing
permanent tooth,   in that case ihe den-
flirt should bo eunsulteti
I.KTTITA WARREN.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
n.'Urd  Block.   N��w  W_r-tiii,nster. B.C
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 100f> has been
completed, and that the same may he
seen at this ofiice for thirty days from I of .the products of the  location
the date hereof;  and any person who !    PLACER Ml N'I XG���Manitoba and
the   claim   each  year  or  paid   to  the
milling recorder in lieu thereof. When ;
$500 has heen expended or paid, the
locator   may,   upon   having   a   survey'
made and upon complying with other i
requirements,   purchase   the   land   a(
$1.00  an  acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
claims containing iron and mica, also I
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding Ifio acres.
The patent for a mining location j
shall provide for the payment of a |
Royalty of 2J. per cent, of the  fales
ihe   X.   \Y.  T..  excepting   the   Yukon;
Territory: Placer mining claims  gen-,
erally  are  ioo feet square, entry fei
$5, renewable yearly.     On the Xorth j
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar   or   bench,  the   former  being   ioo
���eet long and extending between high;
md  low  water mark.     The latter  in
shall claim to  be added to the said
Voters' List, or any Elector who sh ill
desire to have any name erased therefrom, tiiust prefer his or her request
in  writing, signed  with his    or   her
name, and shall deliver, or cause sa:ii"
to   be  delivered,   to  the  City    Cierk
within the time hereinbefore specified. | eludes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power   ii   used   claims   .'00   feet   wide
A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
ci:
Clerk's  Offlce.  City  Hall,   New may be obtained.
Westminster,   Sept   1,  1906.
NOTICE.
Notice  is  hereby  given    thai   tha
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers, if the  Interior.
in the District  of Xew  Westminster,      1''"' '"' 's r;-': : li confined t    the
under ihe firm name of AA-:. & Wo,'. '' "'-r'1 beds or bars *"' the rlv,cr
,,��� ,, ��� ,���, . ,,i ., below anv lev water mark, and sub-
has iln- day been dissolved by mutual ...       -          , .              ���,    ���          ,
for first yiar and mo per mile for each
consen . subsequent   vear.     Royalty  same   as
Persons  having  any claim  against piacer mining
the saiii firm are hereby required 11 '   Placer  mining   in   the   Vukon   Ter-
present the same with full particulars -:: ...    Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
to our solicitor, J. P. Hampton Bole, claims   shall  not  exceed   250   feet   in
Bank  of  Commerce    Building,    New length, measured on the base line c/
Dredging in the Rivers Oi Manitoba
md the N. \V. T.. excepting the Yu-li
kin Territory���A  free miner may obtain only t-\ 1 leases of live miles each
for  a   term  of  twenty  years,   renew
ible in the discretion of the Minister
B.    C, August
Westminster, B.  C.
Xew  Westmlnste
l-'tli, l.'OG.
GEO. A. ALLEN,
HENRY WEST.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given thi' 30 lays
after date I intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Wot':;-, for
special Licence t.o cut and carry away
timber from the following described
lands, situaied East of the head of
Pitt Lake, X. W. District: Commencing at a stake planted on the Xorth,
East corner of the E. 0. Puttersou
old claim Xo. 109:;, thencn Northerly
SO chains, thence West 80 chain-,
thence South SO chains, thence Bast
SO chains to point of commencement
Staked  August  Pith,  1906.
JAMES  SHARPE.
Xew  Westminster, B. C
.- tneral direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo ',)
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two lega,
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must b" obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's ofhAe.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking n
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine isi
entitled to a claim of iooo fect in :
length, aaml if the party consists of I
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall b��
charged the rest of the party ordin- j
iry claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
iect to the rights of all persons who,
have, or who may receive entries fori
bar diggings or bench claims, excep'
On the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The   lessee  shall   have  a  dredge  in
operation within one season from the
date  of the  lea-e  for each  five  miles
but  where a  person  or company has
Notice is hereby given that 30 days obtained   more  than   one  lease   one
I after date I  intend  to make  applica- dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-1
; tion   to   the   Honorable    lhe     Chief  tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
j Commissioner   of  Lands   ami   Works,   per annum  for    each    mile    of river
, for  special   license to cut  and carry  leased.     Royalty  at  the  rate  of two
away  timber  from  the  following de-  and a ,,alf P<:r cent collected on the
! scribed lands,  situated  north east of01"1"'''1 aftcr " exceeds $,0'��00'
Pitt  lake,  Now  Westminster,  District. LDr,ed&lnS 'n.the  Vukon Territory-
Six  leases of five mtles each  may be
1. Commencing at a stake planted on granted to a free miner for 1 term of
Ithe Boundary line of Dominion lands'20 -vcars; also renewable.
1 thence north 100 chains, thence west      Jh<t Iess,(*e'5 rx��hi t co"fined *��.the
!���.,,,, ,   ,        ,   , submerged   bar  or  bars   in   the   river
, GO chain,, thence south IOO chains to; beIow    ,ow   wat���   mark( that boun.
jsaid boundary line, theuc* east along  Qary to be fixed by its position on the
���said  line  HO  chains  to  point of  com-; ist day of August in the year of the
mencement.                      i- date of the lease.
..'
The   lessee   shall   have   one   dredge
2. Commencing al a Hake planted in operrU;on wjtnin two years from
1" chains north of Post. No. 1, thence ,Ik, date of the lease, and one dredge
easl 120 chains, thence north so for each five miles within six years
chains, thence west 40 chains, thouce from such date. Rental $100 per mile
south    10   chains,   thence     west      80 Vukon   Territory   to   be   paid   to   tbe
I   comptroller,
Xo free miner shall receive a grant
if more than one mining claim on
each   separate   river,   creek   or   gulch,
NOTICE.
chains lo line of location Xo.
thence south lo chains to point
commencement
ERASER   RIVER   LUMBER   <'<>.,
.1. It. SHARPE,
Seer d a'..
Staked Se item iei  6th, 1906.
of
Synopsis of Regulations for  Disposal
of Minerals on  Dominion  Lands m
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre tor soft coal
and $20 ior anthracite. Not more
than 320*acres can be acquired by one
individual or company, Royalty at
lite rate of ten cents per ton ol gooo
pounds shall be collected on the gross
��� output.
(JUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
years and over  and  joint stock  companies holding free miner-p' certificates
1 may obtain entry  for a mining   loca-
i tion.
A frce miner s certificate is granted
for onc or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment 111 advance ol $7-50
'per annum for an Individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum tor a company,
I according lo capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� Ainu
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with Iwo legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of tlie lode, or vein
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
.if a mining recorder's ofiice, one ml
ditional day allowed for every il
ditional ten miles or fraction Thi
fee for recording a  claim is >A
At least iptoo must be expended mi
1
!
but the same miner may hold any
number of claim- by purchase, and
free   miners   may   work   their   claims
in  partnership  by  filing notice  and
������lying   fee  of  $.'.      A   claim jnay   be
ib indoned  and another obtained  on
th'.'  same  t.'eek,  gulch   or   river,   by j
giving notice nnd paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year i" the value o( a; leasi $200
A certificate thai work has been
abandoned, amid open to occupation
md entry by a fr ���<��� miner.
Iterihs on their sleepers  ire longer,
h ghcr and wider than in similar cars
nl    any    oilier   line.      They    protect
their trains by the  Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may bc
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Vukon   Official   Gazelle.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba,,the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of iggo acres for
���uich period as lie may decide, the
cngth of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should thc pros-
ici'tor discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
liscovery, an area not exceeding 640
icres, including thc oil well, will bc
lold to the prospector at Ihe rate of
(ii an acre, and the remainder of tlie
tract reserved, namely, uKo acres,
will be sold at thc rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council,
W. W. GORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dent. Interior.
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LTD.
BURNABY CORPORATION.
Sale or Lands by Public Tender.
Council having obtained ai   Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned properties,     ite tenders for the purchasi      11    same.
THE CONDITIONS l F SALE ARE AS    0LLOWS:
. .   All tenders to b     i writing, ai d addressed '   tne at Box 34, Xew Westminster, sealed, and endorsed "Tei ier for Land."   Tho; mu    be mailed in sufficient
reach the ]   st office ment med on or before -1 o'clock on Friday, the 21st 'lay of
A     ..
:h tender musi    ��� accompanied by a n arki I ch ���  \ ie, or cash rei littance, of
1 . of the total purcha     noney.   Such deposil  rill    >' applied towards the first
if purchase money ii        case of accepted tenders, a   I es of non-accepted
:���  li     ' v.;!] in- returi ed,
cases ���:     ������ I I    '   al     rchas    noi ";. does   ot exce< d ���'���''. cash within
lo   i)       i c eptance     t< hder, will b ired.
4'. In cases where   te pure! i     exceeds $50, one-third cash withi   15 lays,
thin 6 ��� '    is and one-third within 12 months, in each     ���   "eckoning from
leptance of 1 n der, witl :     est at the ral   of 6 per centun       annum, will
upon the ord      y coni      i   of an Agreemi .. I ir Salt ;or1 hi   ���:- ���        mint
t 'A once.
itie wili not be given until completion of i urchasi.
":'. Th�� Council do not bind themselves to accepl the highest or any te
B. G. WALKER, ('. M. C.
P. 11. Address Box 24, New Westminster, B. C. office hours: 9.30 to 2.00.
Tender  for  a   License  to  Cut  Timber
en   Dominion   Lahds   in   the   Province of   British Columbia.
Seale i   tenders addressed    to    'be
Timber  and  Mines  Branch,    De] .   -
al ol  the Interioi, and marked   -n
i envi   - e.      ' ���'��� nd    3 I'or  T m    r
'-. -     ;, ..   ��� -.;,"  will be  receive 1  at
���epartmi  il    inti] 0 on on  \V< 1-
ii'.-r lay, ihe 10th day ot Oi   ibi r, ll
: 1   ... license to cut timber 0    Certh
N'o.   196,    . mprising  L< - S.: i.-
_   9  0:'  Section  17 and   '. - 1'   S  b-
'livAi' :i  '. "t See-ion  ' 1 in T. a n-h:ji
40, easl    :   the Coast Meridian, c n-
:..: -     a area of 80 acres e or
PILE DRIVERS LEAVE HILL SPEND WINTER
FOB CAMPBELL RIVER IN NORTHERN WILDS
fii III     Experiment    With    Turper
Piles   from   Australia   for
Government 'A'harf.
me    Letter  fron   D.   Hoy Tells  of Adventures   of  Himself  and   W.
Johnston,
a USt
1 lescription
of Land.
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,,   The location of the properties may be seen on
l" 0r at the residence of the Reeve nnd Councillors
the maps either at the Municipal
A   survey   of   A: A
:���       - Ithin ono year  '
- .- ited,
Thi    res   atl ms   under    \ hi ���_    a
Issued,  also    printed
���    ���.    of tendi    .;'. l iir.i    ; e, mi ,   I <
1 ed at this Departgienl or a. the
office of the Crown Timber Ageir  .
New   Westminster,  B. C.
. tender  must  ie  accompanied
epted cheque on a chartered
.....   in favor of the Deputy of the
Miuiste     ���      the   Interior,     for     the
at of the 1 units which the ap; 11-
.   nt is pn     red to pr.;-' fur a license.
Xa   ��� . ��� :   egraph will    e en-
'���   taiai
PERLEY G. KEYES,
Secretary.
A aa: ti enl   A the Interior,
Ottawa, August 25th, 1H06.
LAND   REGIbTRY  ACT.
Take notice that application lias
been made to register E. M. Carncross
as the owner iu Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corjiora^on 01'
ihe Township or District of Surrey to
.lohn Churebland bearing date the 9th
day of June, A. D., 1905, of all and
singular ihat certain jiarcel or tract
of laud and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of Xew
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots C, 7, S, 9, 17
and IS Block 25, Lots 15, 16, 17, IS,
IH Block 40 being jiarts of South West
quarter of Section d, Townshiji 7, also
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Mock 40 being jmrts
cf South West quarter Section 0,
Township 7. Xew Westminster IHs-
trii'i.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax jiur-
chaser within forty-five days from the
dale of the first publication of this
notice, and In default of a caveat or
certificate of lis jienilens l>elng filed
within such jieriod, or In default of
redemption before registration, 1
shall register E. M. Carncross, as
owner thereof in fee. I direct that
die publication of this notice for one
month iu a daily newsjiajier published
in New Westminster will be good
' and sufficient service hereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New  Westminster,  Province of British Columbia, this 24th day of August
! A   D. 1906.
C.   S   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To ll. Vilandre, Daniel J. Munn,
George P. Rlsteen and William Thiha-
deau.
All persona served with this notice, and those cla.mlng through or
under them, and all persons claiming
nny interest iu the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any Interest In
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or In respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
ft"   A. Gille. - pile   Iriver, the I
Her, an I a    ..       ���  .    eft yes-
iver to  attend
���!; ,u      riving    iles
foi ivernmei        '1 he   rl
ad Invoh
Irivins        -    ei      hundred    lies.
I experl ,.- at  50 tu      1    a
���������������������:. 1   ilia,
harged
II mo tth of the rivi      .���  ���  a
���   ��� -.    Tl  ���     He
'���.-���������'        Ihel       a :  ���
���    . ill, and i ..    -    .-������
. :  .      ,-iou   to wati    as the
.'... he    ������   :i-
:.     t        iti n   if
���   . . ... 1   e
1 1  take      e Hus
ts 131 Ip u     he 1
rd Hustlei    was   utili.
: -i   lifting   'I.    hi a. .   pilea   on   to
scow prep:     tory to being 1     1   A.- a
ii, tow.
The  funeral  of Jeff  R.   Howith,  a
'   '    a1 the provincial asylum, took
.''laee   yestei la ���   afte n    n,   the  Rev.
Dr. Taylor    fficiatini ,     W.  E     '
had   charge  of  the   funi ral  1
ments.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.\U tllNGlNE
U OKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKUJUJ. and
STRUCTURAL  IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron    WorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire [.scapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
'.'Ited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBlh) l_'_-U__a.
New Westminster. i-\ o. 47*.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Nexl Empress sails Sejit. 7th and
List. Now ts the time to mak/- arrangements for thai proposed 'rip
across the Atlantic ami you might as
well travel in st;. le and comfort and
still save money, For rates nud particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R. AGENT.
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufacturing Jeweler.
Acquired n through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Later was 7 year, manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage. Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Kirk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new anil adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
\   letl m received  In  this
1 It ���   from   I    t'id  Hoy,  who,  in  com-
; any   with   W.  J ihnston,    lefl    New
- - mlnsi onth    ..-.> fi :���
a  trapping an I pi ting trip into
' u interior of northern British Co-
: . and from thi rea ling of th :
I' "������������ il appears that both men are
��� ell m ; he ilth ��� an i Inten I I 1 remain away from civilization until next
spring, when the will re im I 1 Ash-
;i   '     Tl ��� 1 posted at Fort
kMi I. ��� I :i Jul ��� . I. bul ii was 11 it
tntil lond I t it wa . ei ei. -;
here.
The two ispeel - ha ,��� sta I
two laims alon^si le I be M ech �� 1
river for 130 ".ct?-= of fertile land, ani
from - tions taken during the
trip, they are inclined to think that
1' T,P, railway will pass ' ery near
ro the place they have selected. They
lescrlbe the :i intry as being very
fertile in those par_3, and state tha'
there are already a large number 1
settlers In the vicinity.
They took  a  considerable quant'
provisions   with them, and at    ' -
tin e th    letter  ivas written they s
': id 20   lbs  of flour, l"'1 His. of su
:: quantity of bacon and plenty of .
but butter was a sea'-"'' article,
they did not expect to taste it ag
for  many   months.    A large  quant 1
1 : tobacco had heen taken along, an ',
there was no fear of thp supply running short.   Dining the winter months
they  will   pitch   their   tent   near   the
Parsnip river.
provided by the "Land Registry Act." ' Tvvo Dtl()rs fr���m Geo> A(Iams _ Groce
Thousand's Head Westward.
Frank Woodside, 1 Vancouver, was
in the city yesterday visiting a number of his old New Brunswick associates who make their home here.
He has just returned from a visit to
the old homestead on the far off Atlantic coa.-t, lind states thai he was
in ver hotter satisfied with the west
than he is at the presenl time. He
. :, |o; ������ 1 liis t rip li ime ver;.' much, bul
be didn't wani to st .;��� there, He
stated that with ul exaggeration
tin usands of marltlmers were heading westward, and while a number
o'' them would he scattered throughoul the vast Manltoban und Albertan
prairies, a greal mu_y of lhe Immi-
grants looked upon British Columbia,
with its vast fishing industries and
its mighty forests, -is the promised
land. Wherever he had an opportun
ity he sung a song of praise of the
Pacific cons', ani is under ihe impression thai he robbed the prairies
of quite a :i ' obi r of prospective settlers and won them for the garden of
Canada, as he was pleased to call
the province of British Columbia.
Mr. Wm Isi.lo Is well known In the
west, and  was  president of the miners' union at Rossland at the time of
the big strike some years ago.        ���-i
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Rates Raised In Nanaimo.    'I
1 %
Nanaimo, Se|it. is.-  maurance rates
on business and residential property,
which were already about as high as
anywhere in liritish Columbia, have
jumped still higher, and arc now In
"Hook -I." Tho Increase will average
from 20 to L'fi per cent, on every risk
it' the city. This action of the Vancouver isiaii 1 Fire Underwriters' as-
seeiation is due to the city's Inadequate system oi fire protection, The
city council Is being iiressed to take
sle;m (o improve II.
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SEPT.   IJ
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
Is-hing Company, Limited, at their
ifSces corner of Sixth and Front
ritreets, New Westminster, B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
For the table, get WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Every grain a
perfect crystal. Absolutely pure,
clean and never cakes,
J.   C.   Erown.
. R.   J.   Burde
railway  being bull!   as compensation
ADVERTISING RATES. ,    .,      ,, ,        .      . .      .
to the Province for the delay in con-
Transient    display   advertising,    10 structlng   the   transcontinental   line;
cents per line (nonpariel)  12 lines to u���t  ,,,,. co,d f.,p,  is       ,.  ,.  wag .y.AU
tbe   inch.      Five  cents   per   line   for .
subsequent insertions. aa a  B0*  to  Victoria,  and  that  the
���                           .   ,. .       .              i Province had  to   pay   for it   a  price
Reading notices,  bold  face tyjie, 20 .,-,,.,
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 Lhe i"'('se��'  value ol which the Col-
cents per line. onlst estimates at ten times the cosl
Foi    time   contracts,   special    posi- ":' llle  line.
tlons, apply to advertising manager. That  brings us to the use the Col-
Notices   of   births    inarrtaflM   ��[ onlst makes of this transaction tn the
deaths, nOc.    Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to lot. etc., one cent, per better    terms discussion.    The   tare"
word.      No advertisement takeu  for and   a   hair   million   acres   of  Peace
i��sj than 25 cents. ,-j',er land  were given  to the Domin-
^^-^���~~~~~���~~ ��� ^~~~~-- |02 government, which  gave $750,000
TELEPHONES. to   the   railway  company.    This   land
.��� could   be   sold  to-day,   savs  the  Col-
Business office       22 .....      A '
must,   for  $17,500,000.     Our   content-
Editorial  office     17 porary speaks as if it had a syndicate
Manager's  residence    277 n    j!s sleeve prepared to plank down
���  the cash.    Now it  argues thai  if the
, gBgj. Dominion took advantage of our youth
-~l'ij&y--B-' ;i��� | innocence to gel   ahead of ns to
*-. _ . ~-"~ such an  extent  as   the  difference
WEDNESDAY.  SEPT. 19.  1906. Iwivn    1750,000    anel     $17,500,000,    ll
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ should   now feel   the   .tings  of  em-
science and hand hack the difference
SOME  ANCIENT   HISTORY. _,���.   w,���.,]s  ,0   ,,,.,,   ,.,-..,..      ThN    ,,s
Concluding   its   argumenl   on   the has been said, is a  verj   weal   argu-
"better terms"  question, the Colonist .,,,,���,.    British   Columbia,   as   repre-
prints a cunningl;   devised fable about sented by the officials and a majc
the   genesis   of   the   island   railway, of the influential men ol the   lay.de-
The article Is open to three main ob- manded the island Ine, art agn
jections:  As an argumenl in ihe hot- pay the price for it.   That was a   iar-
ter   terms   controversy    it    is    very manded the island line, and agreed to
weak;   its  attempi   to  make  political one   isolated   transaction  and   stands
capital   againsl   thi     Libera]   govern- ,,..,   a   footing entirely  differenl   from
ment   is   very   foolish in   the  circuin- the   terms  of union.     Had   tb ���   '.and
stances; and il  pus. to say the least turned out to be worthless, the Prov-
oi   It, a falsq color upon one chapter ince would have laughed at   i request
In the hlstorj of Au- Province, to make good   ihe    ,���oS  to   the   Do-
Thal :1k- letter ef the bond was not minion.    More than  that,  the Don  a-
carried out  in  the  matter of observ- ion would have ample  warrant .lid i:
ing ilie time limit  fixed by the terms retort  that,   had   the   land  nol    been
o'   union for the construction of the given  i i  it, it   would  lot., ag i have
THAT   ELECTION   RUMOR.
The dispatch which we published
yesterdaj a oul an election rumor
printed in the Victoria Times w.io
founded on an article in tha: paper
.Mon.ia.. evening, which is made prom- ,
inenl ani treated in a way to show
i1 ai ::..; ortance is attached to it.
The Tiau s has also at: editorial article lealing with the subject, in
which it states its conviction that the
rumor is correct, and that there will
' ��� an election this winter���that the
governmenl will net again meel the
presenl legislature.
��� o	
Engineers   Visit   Royal   City.
A number of the members of the
Canadian Society df Engineers who
are on an excursion trip through the
west were in the city for a short time
yesterday taking in ihe scenes. There
were aboul sixty in the original party,
which left Victoria on Monday morn- ,
ing on hoard tlie Charmer and were
landed at  Vancoiive_
This is tlie first time the engineers
bave visit.',I the west in this in.inner,
and a number of them were accompanied by their wives aud families.
Hitherto the annual trips of the society have been confined to the east.
Last year Toronto and tlie Niagara
peninsula were 'aken in. The party
left Montreal on Sept. S, and claim to
��� have ha.l a most delightful time, with
perfect weather. After taking .1 look
through a few of the leading mining
towns in the upper country, tlie party
��� '.: eel - ti reach Monl.' S again - it
Se '. 29.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
Indians Return.
A i .. ;. Indian familii a. embra ing
aboul >.:':.- people, including ihe nn-
me .- -a - iring, arrived in the citj
yesterdaj on hoard the Beaver from
Chilliwack. Lasi nighl ihe sound of
tlie gramophone was once more h iai I
.i. the land, and the ol I camp near
'lie G.N.R. wharf, which hal been deserted for a couple ol weeks, is once
mote requisitioned. A. talk wiih some
of the red  men elicited  the Informa-
Canadian Pacific railway is quite true,   been given away  to some rallwaj or   tlon thai there were too many people
What are  the  facts?    At   tile  time of other syndicate, whereas, as tlie case
confederation  everybodj   named   the stands,  it   is   still  bovernmeni   land;
Fraser valley as the rout,'of the rail- th.'  difference  being   that  it   belongs,
way   and    Burrard    inlet    as  its ter- te all Camilla instead of to t:i" Prov-
minus.    Location surveys were under- ime.    However,  we  do not   desire  to
taken, and everything seemed  to he say anything againsl  the demand  nf
al Chilliwack. They picked^ahops too
quickly and soon filled 'he kilns.
which did no; dry tiie hops sufficiently   fast   :,)  keep   the  bunch   moving,
hence some of them .ver,. getting disgusted  with  only   working  half time.
going on swimmingly, when suddenly
Victoria, which then contained a very
large percentage of tlie white population of tlie Province, began to demand ihat flie rai.way ne carried
north of the present line, reaching the
coast at iiute inlel or thereabouts, to
he thence carried across the Seymour
narrows and down Vancouver island
Ic the capital, Marcus Smith, one of
���he eminent engineers of those days,
look uji the eai-.-. a terminal stake
��� 11 driven or terminal sod turned,
Pml i the popping ef champagne corks,
.ulmalt, and surveyors were sent
tlie  Province  for  hotter terms.    Our  and were throwing up the job,
o jeel now is in >i't right the crooked1  o-	
history   put   forward   hy   mir contem- Oddfellows  Robbed.
porary, ani in mark one ins'nice in
which a "give-away" chicken has
come home to roost. The Colonlsl has
always supported .nil supports to-day
the party which Is responsible f all
that reckless squandering of p ivin
clal resources (nicknamed the giveaway policy) which has been such a
tremendous bar to iin- pn gress of the
Province. There is some satisfaction,
therefore, in finding thai in one instance at leasi it has come to ... realiz-
Toronto, Sept. IS.���A light-fingered
burglar went through An- clothes of
delegates to the Oddfellows' conven-
tion while the-, slept at the exhibition
grounds lasi night. The delegates
from Erie, Pa., lis- man.', valuables.
i One man lost $125 and a gold watch,
while i-lie:-- I isi $1S, $17 an I $1.". in
cash. Jewels of the lodge, valued at
$500, were taken.
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Right Honorable Earl Grey, G. C. M. G.. Governor General
of Canada, will open the exhibition, 2:30 P. M.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
In  Prizes  and Attractions
'.he  new  route.    The   Colonist   ing   sense
the   mad    folly    which
as   if  the   Mackenzie   govern-
i coming into office had prac-
turned  down  the  railway   pro-
ut the real cause of delay  was
..  ove stated.
'ae   font rovers;,   raged   [or   years,
Another Gulf   Steamer.
Victoria,   Sept.    IS.���Sir    Thomas
A MATTER OF DIFFICULTY.
r MK '.,','.-_    .-   ~"E    A/:rrvA^.       ,     ,. ,.
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marked the actions of it., friends.   We
say "mad folly" because we wish to Shaughnessy male the Important an- '.
h" charit ible, and because i: suits nouncement before the railway cam- (
ilie immediate case, It: some of ihe mlttee of An- board of trade to-day ;
later Instances, however, there was thai travel hy the Princess Victoria j
no folly lexcepi on the par' of 'he this season had been so heavy thit :
-md. during those years all the rest, outside public who allowed the deals another equally large, If nm larger,
"of the Province was kept hanging in   to he consummated), hut very shrewd   vessel of the same type would have
the winl. since no one cared to make   and  long-headed  calculation. ' >  be placed  on  lh" same  route
permanent    investmenl    hkutg  either   ________^_____^___^_____^_^______
route until the qu  - ��� loj was settled.
A  de' igate came   ml  ft -en ottnw a
to size up the situation, and evidently
became Impressed with the ilea thai
Victoria   wa.-   British   Columbia,    At
that time the idea was not sa far wide
of Ilie truth  as it  mighl  appe.-n- tn he
in these days.   I le I  Ini)  Victor! > li i i
the lion's share uf 'he "pull," such a<
il    wa-.     Then   it:   '7''.   the   late   I. >r I
Dufferin came and saw ani wenl bad
to Ottawa;   and   then  the Mackenzie
io i "i nmenl   beg .:.   making   prep u i
tions for the cons' ructl m of the rallwaj   '������ sending c insignments of steel
mils to Vale, which wa- ai thai  time
t lie    Ilea I   of    lill Igal I  Cl    on    ! he   hitter
FYaser,
Hui the Impression of 'he delegate
who had precede I Lord Dufferin had
borne fruit in the Isi in i rallwaj pro
position. 'Twere long to tell the whole
story, but lhe ii"i resull v.as lha; the
l'i in in e had to give tun million
acres of land mi Vancouver island
and three and a half million in I he
Peace river country, in order that the
capital mighl have its railway to play
witli.
.Ml through lhe article, which is a
long one. the Colonlsl talks aboul the
dissatisfaction in 'iiriiish Columbia"
and al "al what : he people of liritish
Columbia thought and said and did.
Hut, the people of British Columbia
know well enough thai the "rlghl or
wrong" demand of Victoria Unit the
railway should he built to nud down
lhe island was Ihe cause of lhe delay, and in lhe hum "battle of the
mutes" the people of British Columbia, oiiiside of Victoria, denounced
the seliisliness of ihe capital rather
Hum the delaj aboul taking action of
ihe Dominion government.
The "Settlemenl Act," under which
I he    l'i-., ince   uave     tlie    Ian I     above
mentioned ami gol in return ihe island railway, was bitterly denounce I
in ihis pari of the country, It is all
van   well  to  talk n iw  of the  island
Enlarged Grounds, New, Handsome and Spacious
Buildings.
Championship Events in Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Scottish
! Sports, Baseball and Military Exercises.
Indian Sports,     Canoe Races,    Lacrosse,    Tug of War,
*fc��
^A^-#
' i_y     -.
Hiraiin but Shortsighted Old Lady:   "You cruel boys, I should like to treal
you just exactly as you've treated that poor dog!"
VV. R. Gilley, -Phone !���_���_.
J. R. Gilley, 'I'none 1 4 1
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal. Lime. Brick. Sand. Cement.
Fire Brick. Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B, (J. fottory Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone lb
Mayor Keary
Aid. Jardine
Aid. Adams
Aid. Davies
Aid. Henley
Aid. Howay
Aid. Shiles
Aid. Garrett,
T. J. Trapp
G. D. Brymer
L. A. Lewis
C. A. Welsh
W. R. Gilley
J. B. Kennedy, M. P.
EXECUTIVE:
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Judge Bole
J. I). Taylor
D. S. Curtis
Jno. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexander Adams
.1. 11. Vidal
R. J. Rickman
VV. E. Vanstone
J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jardine
D. R. Ker
T. VV. Stirling
A. II. B. Macgowan. H.P.i
A. C Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
t. J. TRAPP,
President
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C. \ESDAY. SEPT.   19.   1906.
The Cash Store
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LACE
..CURTAINS..
Besides the numerous
beautiful lines of Lace
Curtains we have Curtain goods by the yard
���in all widths���Muslins, Screens, Nets, Burmese Muslin, Ruffled
Net, Tasselled Madras.
and the many other
beautiful window hangings, at all prices���
J21-2c, 15c, 20c, 25c,
35c, 45c and 60c Yard.
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
THE DAIL*  NEWS
Local News Briefly Told
Mrs
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leave this .   V. toria  with
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one    i    -     cj      from   ' ���."   '
tory.     VII tii     .  .. l- are �� ai. 5U i I
Vii toi. i   ne ���     n -
Pui - . ,   wha    ,t. -   : ���    some
years   i ana   ��� ���: 1 he   11 'i.
and  later w th     a-   Ft.  P   Rlthet,  �� - -
I-    POrt    ..'���'���   ,       -.. ;.       .   . .,.;,    I- .,,_
ferred   to ifftce, tha-   ol
irser, en I 'hai mer.
���I.  H   Kent       .    1 !���, leave to
i.i , for Missioi    a    ire he  n II assi il
:'   the        - '.;.-.. m    _gi
. . I iral   An-     ' in  .-���-. I    2 ���   Mr   Ken-
is       a       pa '     :.   t
n ��� :.:���; the Ch fail
\    Kerr,  A    A    Ainswoi ...  IA
'���     .:.-���;���' '       ilng
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*ere :        nigl
N  R, :  ���      .      -.  i    -
at 1 :    i   ne the
:. -   I-:. A   Pi        , of Queei
Mar;    I-"- i I,    ol   P Pi
has arrived  in the < Itj. and  I -
tei   i lughter, Mrs, 0   T.
���     .    ber 1 ome  "ii  Q n:
avenue.
A  s immon. has been  Issue i  tor J,
1   Hopper, againsl ��hom a i' irge of
iosl   ng flsh offal  In the ri ^ '���:- has
i en laid     The i ise will come  i
:,   i In ^ m the police couri this morning,
R il ii ��� Pati h, Flre  Chief Watson's
ea ling colt, �� i - Benl   icross to Vic
i     eSi "'��� 11      morn ag,   �� here   he
��� exhi'ii" i  ai   the fair, having
���   entered   In th_   yearling   class
Wat - 'ii   expei I -   gre u  things
his e ill  in   the near future.
EXCELLENCE
or workmanship flnl ih li what make* furniture i due.,  our endeavor
la tn give these two i .alitlefl In every artlel- boughl an I Sill. Our
JI mi liish hack dliiiii ��� rhalr possesses t.lieso In marked degTM -
they are excellent vai ie. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocltar la
a leader and ls a winner; nKim aad comfortable; and t.h-��sw fancy
��� hairs. larue genuine Spanish .either upholstering at $15.00 Is ono
1   ; il    MorrU chair* all    ik  frame fr  $7.50 each op
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Bloc:k.
Iflpphoiip 7Si.
H
H. v.. s   Taj lor, who has been
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iver,
Por ha'
m thi
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id In i       ir.r.i             ill
Mon laj   .,::.-
3    n son
was fin     ;-
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w SS   a-V. :
A. gan;          a
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��� ��� -'���-: la:  ne u th   C.P.R.
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in_ the - . i   irts for i he   ir
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to be erei ted       the
. mi
mittee on   the   occas
ll-   rlsti
o    Earl   Gt        luring   i
��� ineia
��� -- hli it ���:               | >ch  wl!
���    e
the fines;  ei tel  In 1
iU cii
Pal    R .    .    .   .-l.a.   ,.      Q
li isn name. was | i ._ ifferlng :':��� m
the effects of ovei - Imulai. a as
evening, an I tai en I i I be - - e station .��� officer Bourke, who entered
a charge o! i m i and lm ipal le
against Pat's name Magi si ate C ir-
bould wlll i md to he case 'his
morning
lug for Aootsa La ���- where he Intends
to go Ini ' the an hlng b i slness.   Mr.
Farmer returi aa
Ish   Colum ila '     a   few ii     -  ag >,
v here he  ial in a three months'
rge   of  the   ' 'hilliwack   Metho-
!;-���    li .    h :' n  the pasl   tumn er, was
the ell    on  Moi la.  and lefl late
for  T ironto, w bere  he will i ontlnue
ml ��� ������ all ���    course      Mi.   Ta ��� I
.- ��� Ithei I . a 'en     mne ite 1 with i
.,       . ������ ���     ind whi In class
or on ti ...   ....   ,'(,,-��� he e
to    lei . er   the   goo la     He   wlll
ied     lis ai i    ���   ca
' e :  awa:   with  hlm a   !. isi ol   - iod
or his I i.- ���
\      mplalnt was Id the cltj
- e .ia    iftei thai      ot��
boal hi i been Btolen fr im the Bi a
raan-Ker   wharf,   and   thai   the   thief
had   ieen se in m iking awa   ii iw i   thi
river   with   tlie   boat      Upon   Invest!
.   ng ' be compla ni. Chief Mcintosh
fo ,-..i -im  thai a     lung la 1 ha I heen
plajIn.:   in the   boat  an I  ha I   unfastened  ll  from the wharf, allowing it
:   to drlfl down the river,    After a  re
; rtniand  the lad   w i -   ill iwe '. to go,
an I   ' he  boal   wa -   rei u me I    to   its
.'
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Mad^m?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please ynu.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
spectlng   p n
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return  ag   n
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.    .
or
ssfbly later.
Seven   �� imei    from   the  re 1   light
dlstricl   wet irged  In   the
couri   yesterdaj   mornln ;   ��Ith   '��� 'lr :
Inmates ol       \ I    bousi -  In  thp  re
\ IP a. \ ;iose nan ��� t- re torde I
bj his father it; his Irth i ertlficate
���is Matahiko Yezald, and who ls al
Ihe presenl time languishing In j ill
awall ng hi- trial on ihe charge of
stealing a sum", hunt of thai which
A BomelImes calle I the root of all
e, li from Charlie Sato, may possibly
release 1 on ball Some of his fei-
i a countrymen have dipped down in-
��� a their jean- an 1 hat������ ��� ffere 1 :"
: u alsh f 10 as a - - irlty for his appearance when called for. The case
will ,- de ide I In ...������ ��� ���: irse o a
��� fi    i.i;. 3,
Cyclist   Collides   WiJi   Hindoo.
\        Ig   -,\ htle riding lown twelfth
ree   a few   la   - ago came very near
Ing   the   Hindoo   population i\(
bis  distrlcl     j   one
Two  Hindoos
prided district, and upon convict! n   ���   .,-.   walking   down   the   hill,   pow-
w.-re fined jr. an i  costs,  th -
amounting to $122.50    Several
women   11 lime I   I hal    I be     i ti
i. nth  art Ive i  here from Seal tie,
re
-~t
READY
fOR THE
OPENING
FNE STOCK OF NKW-
SCHOOL
BOOKS
THE RIGHT KIND OP SCRIBBLERS,
EXERCISE BOOKS, PADS, PENCILS,
RUBBERS,  ETC.
j. j. MACKAY & CO.
aOOKSEU-RS     STA-IOHCRS      NWS DEAIERS
.>     ,   in   the  usual   way.     The  CJ"-
was   g iiu Ing   considerable   mo
ii an i   ��a - ringtng his bell .ill
��� wa .    l'h i Hindoos a iparenlIj gol
ai all al once, an I one lumped
uni   a i-.   ,ii i .iiu> the other    one of
.   a.ve i ei-,,'. suddeulj  Imagine I
a af. i    ...   safet    o ii"  ou  the
il |e, and dod -������ I lu such a man
: -    tha    oi       i      he    han lie   bars
a   m    ie - veil.ler and knock
hin   ou .    i'he  11 le:   le-, rlbed  a
. \.   and   1 mile I In   i sit
��� ��� .-, ��� in ihe n   Idle   ���   a good
������  mu I   iu i lie,    i i : '  ��
��� w .���   and a - dated Hie   ���  In it ���
jet the othi       llov
i and     ���       to sl lew al ���
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terduj made the flrsi of a ie >��� ��� o
trips i.i thi ��� porl which will be i on
tlnuetl until after thu Victoria oxhl
billon is iim" . i'he big i" ii lefl lhl -
porl ai l HO yo'-terdaj aftei ni on �� lib
tew i a ��� lengei ��� lu the hold there
were a lal' ','' numl ", of i attte whh li
win be exhlblte,! al tho fair, au i al ���-���
a   Inn ae   I eloa '.in |   10   < '"������ ll    ���'     ''''"A
which will   also   I"   exhibited     The
animal   was   .een    ufeh   on   board   b)
Chief Waisoii. of the Fire deparUnen.1
i down the ' ���      ������ '������
ie hou eat) igh ��ind b*i -
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Found --'.mm   to  Sais'.eiv   lock   \i   __S
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Wanted     A.1   ,ni,-.\     Men   tO   COttt-ftCt
for cutting .,000 to 10,0*0 cord, ot
sliinale bolt -      VppAj  to 'he Fraser
River Lumber Co.
Wanted   at   Once    Quick,   active,   e^-,
ergetlc boys   Vvivm ir-. to 20 years
Of :\K^.    A.ppl)   personally, Western
Canadian ("an -factory, Sivth stroei.,
5
tl/ A TrUCr     We have not only the largest
WAII iir\ a"'1 '^ stock "' WATCHES
'"���IVI ILLF jn the dty> but a|S0 have the
| ���gBBgBBBBBgsole ajancy for the HAMIL-
l TON WATCHES which for accurate time keeping
;���;  cannot be beaten.
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lng, under the ausplcee of the Wo
' n e,,' i Mission 'in I" ol the < hUreb
i The ladles  ha\" ftfrnngeil  b  parti u
larlj     InlevestlB \     ml  ilona \    pro-
gianime, .in'   gi^ a  gpueral  Itovlta
iion lo all who are interested in ml--
Iilons in i" |i'"soiii.   Mis? Kendall is
n   vncallsl  ot conslilerahle meril. M__ 	
li a slnler or Mrs. R. I,. Webber, With For Sale.���Furniture and (jood-will of
Kliinii she Is staying W\ the present boarding house. Rooms are full,
lime. Mr. PdttJS lias nil nltraciive i Apply P. O.'BOX'.601, or;$L7 Agnea
Immr voleiv  ani ii from Woodstock,,    street.   Mrs. Huff,
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted roott,
suit able for an offl.-p Anplj to
rbas. d. Major.
Wanted���;_xnerienc��d nurse for li
vhildren AppU Box 192, Revelstoke, B. O.
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
FOR  SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton. $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
Advertise   in   The   Newt
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% THE DAILY NtWS
WEDNESDAY SEPT. -
$150 io Gold!
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eichenbach  Company,  Limited
IMTEST
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
Firsf 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 tlie 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 citv.
eichenbach  Co.,  Ltd
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
Trains &. Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN line:.
Leave Xew Westminster S.S daS.y.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 dally.
Arrive New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive  N'ew  Westminster 19JLD daily.
C. P. R. MISSION i a \N'CH.
Lv. X. VY. T.25, Ar. S;.\::A 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.-0.
C. P. R. WESTR JUNCTION.
Lv.   X.   V.".   7 25,   9.35,   17.20,   HA.5.
Ar.   X.   V,'.   9.15,   10.>,   19.10,  20.20.
i". P. R. MILLSIDE SrECLAL.
Lv. \-.a Westminster 6. 0 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. '���_-. a.::.: ar. S-r.-v'.ie 4 pan
Lv. X. VA 4. " - .:.... ar. S'.-av.ie 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, -:   i p. ra.. ar. X. W. -.35.
p.m.
V., V.'. &  y.���VANCOUVER
I.v. X. W.     | . :.    ..:. I   ���  " ;. m.
Lv. Vancou rer S. " a.:: nd 4 p.m.
G. X. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. X. W. 9:35 av_.. ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guic-hoc. 2:40 p, m.; ar. X. W.
���  A-     :.     nd 6 p. m
Met. lays only.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and i a. a.., and ev.:.. La..! hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster a:
s.iire hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
Froai X. W. Mon. We I. Frid. 8 a.m
From Chwk. Tu., T_.. Sa:., 7 a.m
Ramona���
From X. W, Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wei, Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From X. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday rj p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. iFn. 6* a.m. i
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AXD ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From X.W., Wed, and Mon.. 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas.lo pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside.. 10.00 p.m. lt'.SO a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. V45 a.m 2.30 p.m
Van. & Cent. Park.,.10.30 a.m. 2 pm
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m
East Burnaby  ...1.13 1.20 p.m.
3t�� ������- ston.  etc....  1.    : m. 10.30 a.m
:-.  st, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m
East, via C. P. R,.10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. <_��� Burnaby. .3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m. 12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Britl.h   Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The crAy all rail r me between ali
I ints east, west :-.-.: south to R ---
land, Nelson ar.d intermediate poigts
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
8c X   C-
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway fcr B undary
. reek ; ���: ints.
C onects at Meyers Falls with
stage S . ly :���: r Rej ublic.
. Set service on trains between
Sj   kane  and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io.
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9-20 a~   Spokane    7.13 p.m.
12.25 r ~ Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
Q-4C a��� Xelson    6.45 p.m.
Fl  A. IACKSON.
WHEN GOING EAST
'Ai-: THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOL' OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Veir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
IKE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
fcr COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 ��ection sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair car? ("seats freei,
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking car?.
For Time  Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
120 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN IHE "NEWS"
TIME TABLE
(.Subject to    ..at..-- without    _uti-e.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
PA:. ��� -- leatrice ��� aves Vuaoouvi 1
3i   v 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
V .. ouver, Sept 13th.
Pri:. ess B< atri - l< avi a V _ mver,
Se] v 21st
Prin ess May leaves Vancouver
.-'���   v . Ird.
Prin ess May leaves Vancouver
'.'  ���    -cd.
Princes.- Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
0 v 4th.
Princess May leaves Vancouvi r,
Oct 12th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at  1 p. il
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leave= New Westminster at 7 a, to
oc  Wedne- .       .... .  Ml :, la) -
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
I-ea-.a* Vancouver dally except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. in.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaver Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th and _'._h of each month foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, fur Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria un 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points Including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  Xew  Westminster  on Mon
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
and   Friday at 2   p.m. and  Saturday
{at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday a*. 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturday--,   calling   at
.,:. ling -      '     en   New   W<   tmli
ud Chilli wa
NORTHER',   B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees
Le ives  V n     :. er  at  2 p. m., 2d I
aa I   16th   ol  each   month,   calling  at
gate    a first tri]    nd Bella Coo'.a
m   -      ad  trip. Tin e on   irrival and
departure  are  ap/roxlmate.
F -   ���-������      tl ns   and   information
fa ' or ad lress
ED. GOULET,
A_en'.  Xew  Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
'leneral Su erfntendent Victoria
W   ,l. GARDINER,
Oen. Agent, Freight Deyt..
Xe�� vV__tn_lnster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental t.-aics
with dining cars and through tourist
and  first-class sleepers  daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:25.
Imperial   Limited,  leaves  at  17:20
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
Xew Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger   At,ent.
Vancouver.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within 'he Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any \n-r-
son who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
tbe extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Eery must 0e made personally at
the local land offlce for the district in
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
f( rm the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plan?.
(it At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father for mother, if the
father is deceased l of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(Al If the settler ha; bis permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commis-ioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. \V. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
i
j Northern Pacific!
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"XORTH ciiAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates,
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AXD A I.I. POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   CaliTornia.
For full informtinn call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore. A. G,    A
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE    HORSE.   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers   mail.
express    and    freight    connect    with
t stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service. ���
For information apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager.
Vancouver.  R.  C.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily \Kw -     rjadly
Leavi    WESTMINSTER  Arriv-?
lA-Oarr. Blaine, Bel Ing     i    : ���
4:35 pn b im      Burling  ��� "
ton.   Mt    V---'
'non,     Eve
Si  ttle        and
'       md.
i'.J't pm Spi I..: Si   ;:u0 po
Paul   and    all
points  Easl
9.20am Anacortes, 1:00pm
Wcx illey,    an I
iRockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:55 pm
9:20 am
4:35 pm
l.v. Xew Westminster fur
Guichon 3:50 p, m. Ar. Guichon
6  p,  m.,  Monday,  Wednes lay,
Fridaj.
S:45 a. m ar. from Guichon,
9:110 a. uv ,.���.-. for Vai
Route (>f the Pai   im
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokan'.. St Paul,   ���!   11 1
U'innipi u. Duluth, Chicago, St
Louis and all poin 9 East
For complete Inform iti m
rates, berth res-:-.atl u, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. VL'RKES, A. O, P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St.. Seattle, Wash.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ami
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tallies, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VA_X.
Assistant Gen'! Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 1S5 Adams St, Chicago, IH. cr. -SDAY.  SEPT.   19.   190b.
TH     DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
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vi; ,v  EDMONDS, Barr
i soil   B, 111.ii Kie Blk.,
eet,   New   Westminster,
le  li. L. Edmonds.
p. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
,i the supreme! court Offices
i; a,   i    Commerce  build-
imbla  Btreet, opposite  postal w  Westminster.   Muney to
1 IAKE A
TRIP
On  the Farnou
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia  bt.
MM, WEART & McQUARRIE,
o li [tors, etc.       Ot
. ... Westminster, Trapp Rlk.,
Clarkson  and   Lorne  Btreets.
'   .       ...r, rooms 21 to 24, 445 ''.run
eet   J >seph Martin, K. C, ..
\ ,tl w. ii. McQuarrie,  ll. A
,,',,. Mr. Martin  will   be in tin
v! lster offices every Friday  af
ternoon
"Oriental Limited"
LOW    EXCURSION    RATES
TO ALL EASTERN   POINTS
H
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RKID
&
BOWES,
B
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solicitors
etc.,    4.'
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Fickets on Sale My 2,3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept. 8,10
For   particulars  e.i!l   on   or   adlrcss
F C. MEYERS, New Westminster, B. C.
Baggage delivered   promptly to any
pai t. of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
^    '*fiio 'Phone 186,       Ham '^none 137
3. MEN LEY
'  Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Modern Woman
lteais From Newspaper- Diat
Tend to Refute the Musty Old
I radition Thit \v Oman is Weak,
Cowardly, Helpless and Hysterical
MANY RESOLUTIONS
FOH TRADES CONGRESS
G;i; r.  M -RT1N, Banl itei and
llcitor, Guichon  block, Colum-
I \ii K.-i /'." streeti, New West-
. ii.
Family Trade a Specialty.
('.
Tel,  113.
Office, Eighth  Street,
BOA
Wi
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Wi
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in
I o OF TRADE.���New   We tmin
Board of Trade   ts In the
Room, Clt;   Hall, as follows:
v., dnesd i    oi  eai h  montb
rti .i>-  meetings on the Bei ond
.  [aj     nf     February,    May,
:  and  S ivembei, al   8  p.  in.
��� ial meeting -   on    the   second
of     February.     New
may   be   proposed   and
. ted at any monthly or quarterly
ag,   A. K. Whi��e, Sec.
~-      Canadian Bank of Commerce
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
fOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
11f>. SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S ���
Red Rose Degree meets Second nml
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of I*. Hal1. Columbia St, at
8 ;i. in.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
tinif md place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited E, B. stir.di-
ci'HiIk, Put-., ii   Disney, Secretary.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8803.
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on tlx> Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
tit * p, ni. In Lhe Oddfellows' Hall.
Vlsitini; Brethren are cordlaly in
vited to attend, E. C. Firth, C. It.;
V. V. Maxwell, Bee.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Vlsitini;
Brethren are cordially Invited to ''
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C: N. ft. Brown.
Sec.
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE,   TORONTO.
0   E   WALKEH   General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD   '-.--   Gen'l-Manager.
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. 4 A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
. Lc.h nmiiih. tit n o'clock p. in., in
. Masonic Temple Sojourning
', hren are cordially Invited to atten 1. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
.<    rotary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, ''O. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in enAi month in
Masonic Tempie. ;>t S ... in. Visiting hrethren are ordiallv Invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.No. 459
R. 1'.. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, ut B
I', in., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue an i John street. S"
journlng Sir Knights cordially It.
vited to attend. W, K. Dunlop. W
v..   E, E. Matthias, Reg-
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
��� Meets In ("living.1 hull fivst and
third Friday in each month at S p
in. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. B. B. Matthias
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I. O O. F.~AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
... held iu Oddfellows' hall. Colum
Ida street, everj Monday evening,
ai ��� ..lo' k. Visiting brethren ��� nr
dtelly invited to attend. S. .1. May.
X  t;     \v. c. Coatiam, Rec. Sec,
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 1
��� .Meetings ilie first and third Tues
day in each month, Visiting
brethren cordlall) invited to attend,
Lodge room, A. O. 0. W, hall. Oddfellows' block. Clarkson street. 0.
8. Coi rlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
COURT BRU'VETTE. No. 4099. I.O.F.
���.Meat., ih" Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In lb" small
hall. Oddfeltows' block, Visiting
brethren are cordially Invited to attend,   .i. B. Rushton, C. R-; F. P.
.Maxwell, R. S.
80NC OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on tho First and
Third Tuesdav oi every month <n
K. of P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Foriester, Rec. Sec.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY   SURGEON.
Late of Manchurian Japanese Army
Service.
Office, 300 Westmiislw Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Residencs Phnai 83,        office Ho ra
Office Phone -BOB.        9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of -Ith Ave.   Cor. Kith  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
���
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:'
in ler   ents
!    and   iol exi eeding $10  C     i   -
11 ��� ul nol excei ling $ 0 In
1 ��� ��� I not ea  :,- $50    15 i ....   	
���  PAYABLE  AT PAR al an    office    In   Cai ..-   oi a     a Specialty,
'   "" "x"'"'������" "li " '-,prim:ipa!  ai Estimates   promptly fur
Negotiable at a five! rate ai niShed.
THE CANADIAN   BANK  OF  COMMERCE, LONDON, EN W. E. EMERSON
A- i    an excellent   method of remitting  small  sums  of with     R��>��.rf��>��#-_>���
and at  small cost. *
NEW WESTMINSTER BRA.NCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager '24 Eighth St., NeW W-StulinSier, B.C.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED lSli.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITA!.  (ALL paid up)    $11,000,000
RESERVE FUND   $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona aad   Mount   Royal,    Cr.   C.   M.
G  Honorary President
Hou.   Sir   G,   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clou.ston Vice President   aud   General  Manager
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, iu London, Eug., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Xfld., and correspondents In all parts of the
a,-; i.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
Royal Bank of Canada
EYES
rESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
Capital  $3,000,000.     Reserve $3,437,162 Total Assets  $36,373,576.
Branches and correspondents in all the principal cities of the world.
General banking business transacted.
$1 opens an account.   Interest added half yearly
Collections made at lowest, ratee.
Open  S.-.tjrday  nights  from 8 to  9  o'clock.
new wESTMiNsiEK uHANCH p. q. LYLE, Manager.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
.s_.-___.__a_
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y. j
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers M.huiI <i<luring; Co.
VANCOC C.
liai-,- .,,-,. a f,.w thiugg weak woman
bag uoen*o7>inguftely. Three of the ��� i
ptolts were achieved all within a tew
days of one another by one girl. Edna
Ethel Mayberry of Philadelphia, one
d.iy while in the streel Bhe saw a tiny
girl run directly in front of a trolley
car. The child tripped and fell ami ihe
car was upon ber. Mi>s Mayberry
sprang forward and snatched her up
Just as the fender hit ber head.   Two
or thr lays afterward Miss Mayberry
was riding liDrartiack when a runaway
h irse attached i i a carriage with a w i
man in it came tearing by. Bverybodj
cleared the track but Miss Edna Ethel,
��!i) r >'le alongside tta- horse, caught
the loose reins and topped the run
away Instantly, Again, a tew days
afier that, she was riding horseback
when a mail dog, barking and snapping
at every living thing, confronted ber.
As before, everybody cleared tbe trad:
but Miss Mayberry, She just drew the
revolver sin- carries when riding alone
and shot the anfmnl dead. A hoy en-
tering a barn In Col .vain w.-is attacke 1
by a huge wildcat, ills Bister, Mrs. M.
.1. Warden, who unders inds gun play.,
with a revolver Bred two bullets Into
the cat, which was laid out dead.   Mrs.
Sentm-erit     .5    Strong    Aj3 nst   the
Chinese���Socia'iSts   are   in
Aggressive Mood.
^ -1-1 >ria --.. . he ��� ibje :t of
seating ... the Vancouver All . ouncil
��� ' !'* ���" " ������ - . ess, and by
a vote of 2. to 42 I ras led led to
uphol. len immll tee iu
'������- 1 lon, how-
<���. ir, -.vap- gives the leleg itea 1 1 address the meeting, .,... th -.��� submltte :
'   va-n.a: i.i    .,       - , .  provincial
-'  ���'  nmenl  un he priming.of.
iublli   -' '. iol tex    ,.!���.: 9, with Lhe
-   Imate   objeel .- ig   tiiem
V resol itloi   along  tl ese lines
as mil ted    md   p isae 1    imani-
lUSl
In lie ition  thai
��� -   iss   adjourns
larp flghl    etween
ind        l-soi   1.1-'-,
iggrei Ive as
Thi ���
fore
en
he
v
ever an I anxious that 11
thwaite
-.1' In: lng
A big  push ... ��� a
���.. eg tm   ���
di eg lies   from   th:
read)   Bet   the
that end.   Thi
Ha wl
. : !!-���--
iexi
having   a
motion   to
0 ; in\ Ita lon
Warden undoubtedly saved her broth-   was received  from Ma        Sl irpi    of
er's   lif''-    ,; '-"   I';"'1'-   a   Missouri  Winnipeg, toi  the 1907      aventl
fanner, was attacked I13 a furious bull.
The animal hud him down and  was
goring bim to death when Mrs. Fiteli,
sixty years old, snatched up an ax. ran
to the scene and! so pounded and ham-   schools throughout  Canada,  that  L-x-
mered the bull about the head that he   tension of armaments cease and  the
was glad to retire.    Then  Mrs.  Fitch   present   military   forces   disband   and
��� ��� held at that city.
Resolutions   were  submitted   favoring  the establishment    of    technical
dragged her badly wounded husbari I
into a corncrlb and' barred the ds-or.
Another���Tlie pule of a Brooklyn trol
ley car got caught in something overhead and the roof of the ear was Just
ripped up the hack. Electric sparks ami
flames hurst forth In all ilLrpctions.
Men passengers tumbled over one another to get out.    The sol
woman m, ,ia_v
the car Just snt still till the enrretit was   huihliii"'
shut off.
International arbitration be submitted; that they deplore th, action of
the government In promoting corrupt
practices in the civil service; that,
Preston be dismissed from the service and prosecuted tor delinquencies
while In office; that the eight-hour
prevail   in   all  government shlp-
"No man in ''A co'-v'/v cau talk
about women \ Aior.t making liiinsvl!'
ridiculous," sail recently Professor
Emil Reich, who is so fond of shooting oft the opinions be kee[�� on  tap
Several   resolutions   regarding   the
(.'hinese  head   tax   were   put   in,  one
asking to have ll   raise i to one thousand,  another  to  exclude  the  celestials entirely.
Regarding the formation of a labor
on all subjects.   He aald it In Englnnd,  party   ,,������   politics,  a resolution   was
but the observation Included America
as well, since I>r. Reich bad just left
our shores. It showed the wordy pro
feasor has glimpsed, even though perhaps  faintly,   the   truth  that   English
passed that while tbe congress affirms the individual right of the wage
earners of Canada to organize, themselves, either socialist or independent
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highest prices paid for seccrnl-hand
goods,  junk,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass.
copper, old shoes and all metals; also
il I cl it hes. etc.   write or call.
S.  BROWN,
Front Stret, New Westminster.
Opposite  BiMcktuan-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
i
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor,
importer and manufacturer ot
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write fur prices.
Nev*   Westminster,  B.  C.
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone  MM or address 4th .\re
uue and 10th Street.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pion��"_< Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc.
-5o trains in the service on nny
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own nnd operate their own sleeping
and diiv.ng cars on alll their trains and
liivt-  their   patrons  an  excellence  of
1 lerviv*  not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROW!-:. General Agent.
I v.n Third St., coi Aldci. Portland, Or.
and American women will not bear in ; labor, separate from ^-ugi'-is, that il
donkey-like silence the slurs men of will be for the best interests of the
foreign bringing up and foreign | wage workers if they will voluntarily
thought habit fling asTthem. | sever  tUeil. connection   with all   par-
* * I ties uot organized  In the  interest, of
It is beyond dispute that thc Liberal; the proletarian class.
party at present in control of the Brit-' ,	
ish governmental policy won  its vie- ..,        ,    _        ,  ,.    ..
. ._        11    ,        1    m 1   ti. Women's Council   Meeting,
torv  at the polls largely  through  the      _, .
electioneering of women, laborers'! The executive committee ot the
wives as well as some of the richest Local Council of Women met in the
and highest titled dames of the realm, board of trade rooms Monday even-
Women wlui are now storming parlia-jlng, and among other Items of busi-
ment and the cabihet to secure suffrage ness agreed to prepare an address of
for their sex are naturally asking welcome for presentation to Lady
whether the Liberal leaders will calm-1
Iy ignore this fact, and coolly turn
women down
* ��?
Speaking  of   placing   the   heads   of
American women upon new postage
stumps, why not bestow this honor on
Holly Madison?
���s n
A woman's club in bu Illinois town
has been earning $100 a mouth selling
cheap, hygienic and palatable lunches
to si'lipiol children Is uot thai better
than standing up with white kid glove-
on and reading long, dull papers full
Of --hallow platitudes Slched out of en
cyclopedias?
at m
rget  thai  women bad no
:.. getting the pure food
by congress
����� ��t
tate dental board  ot New -ler
Do not fo
small share
bill passed
The
Grey on the opening day of the exhibition. The address will be pre-
sented In the res: room in the woman's building In the exhibition
grounds.
The matter of sending delegates to
the next Dominion council, which is
to be held In Halifax. ��as discussed,
and Mrs. McLagan, the vice-president
of the local council, was appointed to
represent Mrs. Levar, the president,
and Mrs. Scoular, a former resident
of this city now residing In the east,
was appointed to re^.reser.l tne council.
T'v.e rest and tea ro ��___ in the exhibition grounds wes discussed, and
the ladies wish it to be emphatically
understood that gentls_^en wlll be
welcome there The idea appeared to
the ladies to have got)    abroad that
sey nol long ago examined I  .;>  sppll-   ,,(, ..iVi.^ w..,0 fo]. , , . iw ���n,v   MeaJa
cants for license t.> i v.i dentistry      ,��� , ,       .
will be served of a ckaractei   second
io none, av '   he   ables n LU be a_aa-
The applicants had t-1 sl "> the , skil
b\ bringing in pat Knits .... ctinj
aching teeth in the presence of the -
board and 1 .-. ous spi - - i'h<
toothache sufferers ��,-:-. charttj pn
licnis. and 11 number of H eta were wo
men, Take no-t?: The womea matt-
fur less fuss and uowltttg than lbe mei
wlvn their toolh were extracted, Ot
course!
at ��
.\ 'Ml-ttngwl-bed Jurist" Is q��o*-_ a*.
Saying that I woman ,-,-mii.M !>c a law
yer because she p-anuol s.i'i out and
slick to the fuels in a case.    He must
Guild
i\ :    S    B    the   Nee I ework
>    \: Irew'g church.
Oct, :A-West Presbyterian and OlA
pi    Baptist church 'a lies.-
Oct. 4���St. Paul's churc'i 1., lies' ai 1
and Daughters of England.
Oct    5���Hospital  auxiliary and ___���
hekah  lodge.
Oct.    fi���W. C T. V      a n 1    Q ueen 'a
avenue   Methodists.
The   proceeds   will  go  to   swell   the
ha\o bCWB misquoted.    He must havd   Ro,.i:  (\,i���mr,ian hospital fund.
meant to say tl was liecnuse she could  ,	
not  distorl  facts in  a case and  make
b;ack so^m whito.
B. F.   Dickens,  of Vancouver,   yes^
��� at
tendency  among women
Watei   Applications.
B.   P.   Dickens,   of  Vancouver,
. terday riled two app lea I ms for 100
A notable  .,    _   	
to learn to shoot and become good 1 ilK'lu's ol wau" "iicn- The wftter ln
markswomen Is apparent both in Eng | question is to be used f >r power de-
land and America.   Charlton, n suburl   veloplng purposes.    The streams from
of London, has a rifle club composed
wholly of women. They meet for reg
ular practice and hnve a target rauge
of 200 yards. White women in Natal,
South Africa, have found it uecessnrj
to become, good shots 011 account ol
danger from the Zulus. Tbey, too, havi
rifle clubs nnd maintain a dally drill
and practice.
���t *��.
A new variety of cripple is now de
I mantling relief  111   the  hands  of  th��
��� physician and osteopath.    She is th*
1 French heel cripple.
ELIZA AKCIIAlll) CONNEtt.
which the water is required are the
Mesliloet river and a si ream running
through Cathedral canyon. The
Streams both empty Into Burrard Inlet, where ihe power is to be developed.       \
The application of 13d. Phillips for
three inches of waller from a small
stream which runs through certain
lots in South Vancouver was..heard.
The watei- commissioner, after hearing fn* situation explained, granted
thc applicant two Inches,
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THE DAILY   NEWS
REASONS    WH V Wc Want Your TraJ,
il. We can give yew entire satisfaction.
1?. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
X. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
A.   We sell OUT Roods 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.
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES     ���	
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COLUMBIA COLLEGE
IS FORMALLY OPENED
Rev.   A.   E.     Hetherinrjtcn    Conducts
Service,   and   Prof.   Kerr
Talks to  Students.
,.. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 19,  -
906.
G. ADAMS,
CHEAP   FUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
M. BELYEA & CO.
Columbian college .0 now formally
opened for the 1906-7 session, and the
enrolment of students took place yesterday  forenoon,    lae opening exercises,  although  not   elaborate,   were
rather more ao than it is the custom
of the institution to make them.   The
college   service   wi i    c iu I icted   by
Rev. A.  :������:   Hetherington, B.A., B.D.,
oi   Vancouvi 1. who,  aftei   reading  a
shorl passage from the Epistle to the
Romans, delivered an aide and kindly
a Idress 1 1 1 he studi nts 1 o tin  theme
o'  ' Self  CulfAire,"  dealing   with  the
Introspe     ���   Bide   I stud* ni life  and
: b<    torn,:n_   of   coi n cl   n ��� atal  and
��� oral habits,
���;���   ��.1- .      ,'. e !   j Prof, iv rr, who
acting a- ; iinclpai in thi   absence
Dr.   Sip) n li    The  speaki r  dealt
In .1 Concrete mannei   ni'.h the work
���   .;; Ii  taken b) thi -  idents, an I
thi   . ��� -.in-- v ��� nts   ������   ��� --.       for   Its
et.iiieoi    -  ���    nianci     'i'1 e   1 r --������, |.
ings wi        1 mghl to  a  close b)  1 n-
���    v eni    ���'   ihe   stn rents   ir.   the    lif-
fi rent 1 las ��� - by the vai ious mem ��� 1 -
of the staff    Cii ss woi i will   egin in
earnest     I  9 o'clock   uis v.. rning.
New  and  Popular  Styles   of
Mi
1.
The evenings now are a
little longer, therefore colder,
and a small tire in a well
regulated stove is very acceptable. This the time to select
while the stock is new and
complete.   Our well known
At  Popular  Prices���
$5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $10.00 to $20.0n
These   prices  represent   excellent   values in Ladies' Jackets.
$2.50, $3.00. $4.75. $6.50 to $10.00   gives  a   choice   in    Misses'  an
dren's Jackets  which ate  1- W  in  price, ��� t  the best  qusllt)   an I  11. .���,,--
Make an earl) selection.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT  f<*��^^~"��'"'���������~�����~
Telephone    150.
....call on....       FOOTBALL PLAYLRS
T.A.Mmr&Co. READV TO PHACTICE
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Executive     Committee      Decides    en
Dates���Membership   Tickets
tr   be   issued.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -   . B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
ail 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.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
"Timber
Limits"   j
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
. tl I 20.000 to the acre. Easy ef
access, Uso .. Quarter Section. Including 6.0CO cords Shingle Bolts.
neai   Vldergi   .-.   Enquire about thesi
A v.. tin;. ��� tl - ��� v uUvi committee of th< tp ..��� bail club was held last
night in H. Ryall's office, when ; .��� -
t v ghts -vere deci led upon and
i.the: I isiness transacted. The boys
will .e ;��� to ;>:ac:--T regularly on
Tuesd ys and Thursdays a: 5 ; m.
nnd on Saturday afternoons, when
then are no matches, .t: 3.30 There
.-.:��� -��� .-:...' new men t" be tried out
this ;.���...:���. and some excellent games
:��� promised foi th�� c ming season.
a majority ol lasi year's  .'������.���.y-':^ will
-..a  stt ;>  fcnto  the  held,  an I  altogi
thei  things art   :���.������. king  1 wsj   f< 1  the
tball s< asen.
Membership tickets have l^en de-
t ir 1 upon an.! will ie issued in a
'��� w days, when they will be en sale
a' 'tie reasons le trice of $1. The
tickets will have ali the season's
schedule games printed un tbe back.
.til the executive tx:"-v to sell quite
a number within .i few days afier
they are issued.
The first game in which the N'ew
Westminster men will figure "hi- season is slated te take place on Of 18,
when tht boye wfll travel to Westham
-and. atil in order tt- te in good
shape for the game ihey intend to
��� ��� pte .1 considerable time to pra ���
'ip <r in the meantime.
Baseball Players Serious.
Tbe baseball ; ayers hare a grievance aghinst 'I- chairman of tbe baseball committee if the provincial fair,
is reported in last evening's
Province ..; saying that the team
up ul I bi    it..   >   ��� .  get   up   a  good
- v ���    .v   A>    ��� xh Ibi tion.    Tbe   I oys
hav��   been working hard .ss. the sea-
- a to work up a little public interest
. ---    ill   an i thi ;���   naturally   f< ��� I
���  when they an  ;    I tl ai thej no
ngi ���;. interest in the garni
Severs   nf -   mi a I ave rt, ��� tr A    . ��� -.
ed t     ���    ��� thi        esidenci
���   - v     s of ase- f
���  -.    v ���   mi ������     n      ming.
ave theii     ku oj ini< :.   is
whii     teal     Is likely  I     .vin the
ment t     e beld during the fair,
!��� care 1 st about
li ; ist v  w.    Ul thi    -   ���      .��� ��� won't
a thing I    ���   .ii ���   av |  Bi Iiii ���
get the chanct
Jackson-Taylor.
The  wedding   ol   C.   Jackson   and
Miss  Taylor took placi   yesti   laj af-
ti 1 ta . a ..' il ���   home ol the  bi Ide on
the cornei    I   Eighth an I  Carnarvon
strei ts.    The bridegi oom   - a son of
tbi   late  A. Jackson, and was a for-
:. ��� r resident of this city.    The 11 di
has   reside I   here   all  hi     lifi      The
v .. ���' v g(    S( : vice    was       '  I I  '��� I    by
Ri .   v   Wi   Haw Tayii r, ma.. Ph.p..
In   ' be   1 r< sence  of aboul   -    assen
li : guests.   The new!;   married ccm-
���    afti :   the wedding  lunchi on and
.1   shi   ���   reci ption   bad    een   partlci-
.������ i in, :��� ft  foi  theii    . ��� ���   in the
-        ���:   .as Angel 13, ' 'al.
has given the best of satisfaction, and we recommend
it.    Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
KILMARNOCK CUP
ARRIVES IN CITY
FURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:   Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
VV. E. FALES,
Maple   Leafs  cf  Vancouver  Challenge
Home Team to Piay for
Trophy.
$ 716 and 718 Columbia St,    four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.
��i
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Delta  Exhibition.
T'vt    Delia    Agricultural    socii     -
���  -; ������ - tth   annual   eshil ition  will  be
held   in   the   exhibit!' n    -     wis   at
L   Iner on Friday and Satut It ���  next
The society is making ��� Ii -   pre-
arations for the event, . vie di-
��� - - - look forwar It.:.: st sue-
ess fui exhibition. .SS, that i- necessary is good weather and the crowd
wil] follow. In or ie: v give thi ; eo
vli of the Royal City a chance t<
present .luring the exhibition, the
Bteamer Transfer will leave each day
at 1! a.m.. returning in the evening.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Gul      ���   -William    H.    Grefn.   Toronto;   i    WA  Kerr. Ladner;   W.   W.
M    -���    Si. "'.- : P.   M. Stratton, Van-
iver;   P.   Donnelly. Vancouver;   A.
E,  Kan-1. Victoria.
Colonial���C. G. Sexsmith, Alluvia;
Hugh Hough, Vancouver: Edward
Salt, Toronto; E. O. Grynsn. Toronto.
Windsor���D. J. Arthur. Ladner; E.
A. Gouieau and wife. Hazelmere; J.
Knox, Simas: Allen Parker, Clover-
lale; J. Robinson. Vancouver: .1. W.
Ru I I. La inert Fanny Ferguson. K il j
King, K Rledelsberger, Ray Lehr.
members of the Chicago Philhat-tr.onic
.' . ..ii I thirt-.-n - ��� mb< rs of the
.'. sh P�� rkina Ci m< !:��� d .
A challi nge for 1 11  A In a: 1. ,.-_ i up,
which   was    re< eni Ij    -   ���  eated    tor
competition    between     at:     icrosse
teams In Pi itish Co imbia by the dls-
��� :;��� rj firm of Walki 1 ,v Sons, ol Kil-
tnarni       tl     igl    beli  agents a; VIc-
toi ia,     Pithei    &   i.- isi :.    w holesali
i" '���    men bant -.  I. .-   bi en  received
bj   IVustee   R.   H.   ._p_y_,_   trom the
Ma; e Leafs oi Vancouver, who offer
to play tot- the . 1   0:1 s��-;it. 22 and -���!
a   Victoria, when  thi   Brsl games are
to i.e played,    a;; challenges have to
it   sent   to  the  trustees,  an.l it   de-
. :-   upon   tium   u .other   the  challi age  u:::  1.-   acce >t< I     r rejected.
The  Westminster  club  has not  chal-
lenged   for   the   cup,   as   tlu-  Victoria
team require that a three days' tour-
nament   should   ve   played,   and   'he
local  players  cann 1   span   'he time.
..   majority   of  them   cannol    absent
��� ��� - -���  . ��� -  foi   three days at a time
. v such short notice, but there is no
. ���   that   the Kilmarnock  cup  will
eventually  rind its waj   Into the cus-
ti  )..   o:  tlie local club, as the Victoria
team  is   notoriously   weak  this  year,
and  not  able to hold  its own again.-',
either of the Vancouver teams.
Mr. Laiser, of the firm of Pillu-r A:
.'.'.-���:. was in the city yestevlay. and
In talking abo 11 -l.e civ fitted that
it was worth '��� v $500, ani a beautiful specimen of the silversmith's art,
The cup will be placed on exhibition
in Ryall's win low to-,lay and will remain there fur the next few days, so
A.a' all maj   lulj b Imire it.
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
I Electric Railway Service
RE Of SOI FORCE
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, P. 0.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 86
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S     I
217-219 Columbia Street.
Church Separation.
\  presbyl   .-  mi - ting was hi 11 al
Cei    .    A.      .esterday aftei noon, at
vi  I I   !;��� v  .'   s. Hendi rson presided.
. led ' the meeting was to delude the course ti> be taken with re-
.   ��� ��� "���   ..; : licatlon of the  Pres-
��� ' . .ii at t'en'ral ark to I ���
separated from Cedar Cove. ru-v. Mr.
Gillam, cf North Vancouver, represented the ( jiar Cove church, and
the separation was unanimously
agreed to and the resignation oi Rev
M     Reid  w.p-  t'i-:-::. llj  accepted
Dr. Thos.   Harrison Dead.
��� -. li ri ' vi.  N It    Sej :.   iv
li ath ;. ok place to laj  from It: ig  1 a
 ol  nr Thonins Harrison, ��'
recently 1 red from the office of
chancellor oi the University of N'.w
Brunswick owing to ss. health. He
was a .'..ii.ite - the [Tnivei-ity of
Dul Mn. and jolm 1 the stall of Mew
Bj unawi   ; uniT<'-".- In 1870, ���
in the community. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Make up
y. or -  ��� vi to buy a home N'i 'W.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was -v..-t likely a careless and extravagant young man and did not
rtart RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of ail gifts to vour fam-
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed Mouse and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Chunh.     Lot6*ixl3l' . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
Prepare  to  Build.
Preliminarj  ste;.s 1 iwards 'lie erec-
:   . :   '!..-   tH H   v dl ::���:_-   for  the Vai
can  i. Hei   wp.:k<  wen   taki ti  yestei���
I tj. wh< :i Aid.   Hi ��� ��� airman of
the civi     oard of works, - iperinten I-
el thi   -���   ting of thi   Bve lots bought
��� ���     -���! ent tax sali uprie-
tor of thi -   ii .-   p ���.   -,,,,   x!i>-
��� - an located on 1 narvon streel
In,me liati ly west 1 thi . Nucleus
- ore     :: I  win  It to the Gal-
rail     P   ning '���'      P ������ rson
nill short! enci erection ol
. ������ and comn odl - suits ile
���" the needs   if his g    wing 1 islnn --
Inter-urDan Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run everj half-
hour from 5:50 a. rr. to ".1 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and iA30
a. m. Half hourl; ts will
run from Centra! Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service rrom
C.30 a. m. to 11 p. ni.
20 Minute Service���[\o transfer.
Between 12 and - and - and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder ot daj. 1 ransrer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   between  8 a.  m.  and  10 p.  m.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���lo Minute Service, except tietween i_ ar.d
2, and 5 and J, curing w_i<h
tours tne service will ne
Calf-hourly.
Sunday Service nairnouriy between 8 a. m. and 11 p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
>����������_ ,��>>__>>���������������������� >t..a>_ ��m��> #�������������_������������������*��
IF YOU HAVE A LOT
And Wait Ie Build
We Will Assist You.
f. 1 lif & Co.
LIMITED.
Smugglers  Escape.
On  Sundaj   evening F-:���-:- - Offi-
!',   ���<��� ml ro Igh   -aw   a   cou;A    -
:: ��� : who wen   sti ingers to him Bsh-
Ing "ii the oppositi   -��� v    t tbe river,
as I  starte I 1 :���  t    rav�� stlgate as  to
whether   they   ha I   or   ha 1   not   a   ii-
: -���      \- ��� -i.   Bshermi ti saw him sp-
roacbing they '"��� : aj  I b< li oars m I
beaded   for  the  Surrej   -: i- of     ���
viver.   where   I   ���                ed  the   boat
and   :n_de   for   the   bush      Mr.   Heni-
���    igh found tha: the :;��� I  being used
waa   :   ���     '. ur and a half inch mesh,
and  a   number   of   fish   were   In   the
���  Tbi    ffi                llataly took th>-
:n tow .in !-���������-   ited it   Thi
���---.--.        . ���            ��� ���    1 .'..'������ i   ��� -
tl ��� Ir pro] erty.    Wh. n thej   .in *he;
v,:':  :                    ge of s    -EKlinc.
 o	
D es While Praying.
Ottawa, Sept   * -    - ������   ���_���    .   ��� I   :.
years old. son of Leon betel, 1 I H SS
, diel while   kneeling   a-   prayer   tl -    \
rning. '
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
���,___. __.__.
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
-_-_,��_��_i_1m^^
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
_.i 1 10 '
Telephone  12
New Westminster    1

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