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NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER \'.\. 1906.
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Vn OEXis VU\ WEEK
/45 T TOKENS
I   OF RESPECT
7v_K��s c/m*g�� of colonist MISS BERTHA KRUPP
I MULTIMILLIONAIRE
TO MARRY MONDAY
Mortal Remains of Archbishop Bond Are  Borne   to
the Grave Through Sorrowing Crowds of
Friends.
Oct. 12.���in the ml Isi    :
mg such us has had  pi i I
lisplay   shoul 1   I ���     .olded,    The
inly  decorations  In  the church were
pew
'���        Upil   a
before crowded  the  hai - ���   on   thi
throng of bishops, b)   him.    There  were no pallbearers,
ers   '���:'   parllamenl   and ml only two hymns were
ess   and professional  0	
., ��� . pai I of the dloct se ol
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ad 0   ��� lie eclesiastical prov-
:.::!;'., the funeral service of
; hop Bond, primate of
��� :   the   Anglican   church,
this afternoon.
.- such a tribute of respect
to  the  memory   of anyone
, a ' thi   recollection of the
New  C.P.R. Time Table.
On   and   after   .Monday   next   there
will be only one transi i ntinental train
daily,   leaving   New    Westminster  at
���1.-10  p.m., and  arriving al   11.30  a.m.
The Seattle train   will  Ii ave   at   S.30
ani arrive at  0.40.
Trains to and from the Jun   i in, In
impressive ceremony   will | addition  "' those '''"'"���  ���* : :     ��ve   ���*
effaced from the minds of   l0'35 ;":''  antl  '"' :::' P-m-- '!!1 ] '"live at
came  to   testily   by   theli   9'35 ;'       a,", "M" P-m-
the high esteem in which
n p  was   held  by   all   wBo Row at  Morocco.
Timber    Oct.   12.  --  According   to
irch cathedral was packed   news received here, deserl tribes i.   .���
while i,inside was a large  attack! ' Europeans, Jews and Mussul-
i-ple unable to enter.  The   mans al   Morocco city indiscriminate-
ttendance were: Carmlch-   ly.   The population retaliated and sue-
real, ami  Bishops ol  Hu-   ceedi i    In    wounding    thirty   of   the
. Ottawa and Toronto.    In   tribesmen,  who   are   now   in   prison.
ition were representatives   Tne  city   treasury   has   been  depleted
>e  iii  Moii-real.    The ser-  owing to the exactions ol Mac-lain, the
iv  simple,  by request  of   Arab sorcerer   who    ci mmands    the
late, who had signified his   tribesmen, and who claims to be act-
ven ih" slightest evidence | ing under orders of the Sultan.
MR, K.
BURDE.
R. J. Burdi tl        isi-
��� on of new s editor on t! Victoria
1 lolonist, and leaves New iVesUniiister
to-day to taki c! arge ol ' Is :������ w position. Mi. ii u li has been Intel te I In
newspaper work in this citj :'��� . the
asi  iwo years, . id  b.   his departure
��� .   .-. .. k. I    ere    Mr. Burde's n ; u-
- 1 - . tor Is nol confined I -
.. Itish   C ilumbia   by  any   means,  as
has   i in I   newspapi i s   all  over
i : ii Canada, and is acknowledged
��� ���   ��� e om   of : he most  virile writers
���,  ��� he   Pai iii..- coast.    His depai tu. ���
from   N''w   Westminster   will    be   re-
Lucky Prussian Lieutenant  Secures the Heart and Hand
of tbe Richest Girl In AH the German
Empire.
lhe Royal City loses  one ol  the most   gri tted by the large number of p<
experience,!  raw- ,   ei   men who has   with whom he is intimately acquainted.
HA BAPTISTS BRADSTHEET'S REPORT
HAVE DISAGREEMENT     SHOWS BOOMING TRADE
French Naval Program
Meets With Opposition
Paris, Oct. 12.���A conflict has arisen. Thomson made a speech in which he
between  the minis   r of marine and  declared that the requirements of the
Bei In, Oct. 12.���Miss Bertha Krupp,
10 be   married  on  Monday   to
Lieut,  u ..-;. .   Von   B -ai' a  und   Hal
.1 -sion-   somewhere be-
yond    . ' 10,1    and    a   position   in
ie, man;   that  Ie   more than  that ol
thi   .    t -    subji i:.    Thi   Instil   I Ion
he it* ns  Ie almost  a dei al' ment  of
gi   i   nrnent, supplying as It   loes I hi
tl ��� iy for the German army, all the
ad   guns foi   thi   o ivy,   and
ii ol the ships.
The    .eml-politlcal   agents   of    the
KruppE are persons of Importance in
'   astantlnople.     German   dij lomacy
supports   them.     Intelligence   of   mo-:
depart ires In the military and naval
affairs in an? part of the wi rid reach
the Krupp management, an 1 then ie
lh staffs cd' the army and the navy.
In time of war the government would
probablj take over the works.
Tne employes aggregate 6IJ.UUU. The
bi .��� inherrltor of these undertakings,
en the death of h'-r father in r.��n_.
wits Bertha Krtip,t Mrs. Krupp and
Barbara, the Becond daughter, received investments in bonds and stocks.
Bertha was twenty last March. Dr.
Von Bohlen, as he is generally called,
was   first   secretary    of  the    legation
which Prussia maintains al the Vail-
c an distinct from the i lerman embassy
at  the q til inal.
New Game   Birds.
Victoria, Oct, 12.���Three dozen capercailzie arrived bore to-night from
Scol md, a Idressed to the island Flsh
and I lana' cluh. The birds, which
were forwarded via tbe C.P.R., are in
li: t-class condition, and will shortly
It sei free In order lo stock the
wood of the south of the island with
thi se celebrated game birds.
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The Buckingham  Strike.
Buckingham, Que. Oct. 12.���Everything remains quiet here to-day.
Work continues al the Maclaren drive
and troops are still on guard. There
are no Indications of trouble. A coroner has been appointed to conduct
an inquest on the bodies of Belanger
and Thorauli. Some arrests may he
effected within the next twenty-four
hours. Detective Warner is still in a
grave condition, but Detective Bryant
ls doing nicely. Ottawa troops leave
for home to-night.
Another gang of non-union men
started work at the Maclaren lumber
mills yesterday afternoon.
the budget committee, the latter demanding thai construction on the bust
Ironclads forming part of the naval
programme he not recommended. Tb.-
navy admitted of no redtlotion in the
programme, but be informed the com-;
mlttee   (hal   he   had   decided   to   give
orders not to commence the constructs n of the three battleships until the
INSPECTOR OF FRUIT
VISITS THE MARKET
GEO. W. rOWLER, M. P.
IS PUT ON GRIDIRON
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Bapttet
i Calvary Church Culminates   Ccoier  Weather is  Quickening  Trade,
.carat,on  from   Bart " a^c There is Grtat Activity
programme consisted of six Ironclads,  chamber gave a definite vote thereon.
Convention.
in  All   Lines.
:. C. (let. 12.���At the reg-
an i ting iii the Calvary
ri h    held   last   evening,   a
carried   that   the  congre-
Niw York, Oct. 12.��� Hradstreel's tomorrow will sa}: Wi rm weather, hitherto cheeking Canadian distributive
trade, has given place to more season-
nventlon.   This declar-
��� . ��� :i lence is the culmina-
" nee of opinion which
between  members of the
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ita;connection with the aWfi temperature, and Lhis, coupled
with a heavy movement oi nigh grade
I wIm-'-h. to market, large exports, great
actlvit; In railway ' lilding an I heavy
demands from American manufacturing, male for good I isiness in nearly
jail lines of Made. Montreal jobber.!
��� an: bettei re-orders and good
siiiing business. !���"���:: prices lend to
advance, and all textiles tend upward.
At Toronto the outlook was never bet-
ter. Crop yields have been good, with
Hi*' grade high, and a heavy trade is
doing. In Manitoba and tlie Northwest money Is circulating freely as the
resull of the heav) hauling of grain.
Activity  in  lumber, frull  and mining
of which three i r< In i qui Be of oon-
-.ruction.
Tin- cabinet al to-day's mealing
supported M. Thomson's plan to
completion. The members of tbe committee    are    largely    socialists       M.
THORNTON'S INNOCENCE
MAY OE ESTABLISHES
Tii- probably Would ottur ftnmediate-
ly after the opening Besslon, as notice
of an Interpellation had been given.
In conclusion, M. Thomson said he
hoped the chamber would confirm its
previous derision in this matte:-.
And   Meets   With   a   Knotty   Problem
Which  is   ,f  Interest  .0 Fru't
Buyers and Sellers.
Tory Member of Parliament Does Not
_.,ke to Ten of His Connection
With  Land Deal.
One cf the  Ladies Annexed -by   Handkerchief Man Believes Sh��   Has
Identified  Real   C_ilorit.
a Thornton in manj ways, but was
a little iit-.i \ ler and of a paler < om-
. . ::. The two men mighl ��asily be
mistaken for each other Ln a dim
light, but when a' good square view
was obtainable the difference was
mosl  marked.    The case i.s worth  In-
The market yesterday forenoon was
visited by the assistant provincial
fruit inspector, W. II. l.yne, who
makes Vancouver his headquarters.
He looked over lhe entire apple stock
en the market and only found one
small lot of scabby apples, which he
condemned. While going upon his
lound of inspection Mr. Lyne was
steered up against a new proposition,
A buyer of apples from Central Park
redress a man at tbe mar-
seball   More Popular.
of the  members of  the
uster Baseball club  will
nday at \V. E. Sinclair's
��� a   lie.   cluhs   affairs   for   the
���   wound up.   Speaking gen-
��� ai has been a successful
asi ball, and the players havi-
' ��� complain of their show-
financial aspect is not quite
iie management   would
still till accounts havi  been
ment   and  there are no
ng    ih ies.    a    number   <d
ibscriptionB have still to be
ind 11 Is'i \|ioi i thai this
during   the  forthcoming
There is a possibUitj of the Thorn
ton case being ri opened and a new
culprit placed behind prison bars, lt
vill be remembe ed thai a number of
ladles  were insulted  upon  the streel
'J
luring the dm.-: id Ihe evenings abou
industries make  for  high  wages  and   lour months a..      ��� .  young man who  r.ros
.-ood     collections.    Failures  for    the i Ulade a  practJ .   .     , ���       a, a hand-
ivaek iiiiniher   IS, as   against  21! lust I,      , .  ..      ,. , ,.       ,    ,,   .,,
kerchiet    whicli     was   lound    by   the
week and .1 In this wetk a j"ear ago.
.i .tigatlng, and if there  has  been u
uiiscarriagi  of justice, tbi   lash should   *,>,ie'' whal
., laid with a doublj heavy hand ou '>>' would bave if be purchased a sup-
.. ��� culprit   who sat still and allowed   J'-!-v  ol apples,  and   after   purchasing
. innocent man to suffer and spend '''1,1:; ''���"l them condemned by the Inspector, which would mean that they
would have to he destroyed. "Who,"
asked the gentleman, "would have to
!������ the loser���ilie buyer or the seller?"
The cjue.stion opened up a considerable
:it Id I'm controversy among the people
v ho were listening. The concensus
"��� opinion was thai it would be advls-
three months hi bin.1 prison bars in
< xtenaation cd' an offence he had noi
comiaitw I.
acrcsse   Match   in   Doubt.
New   Westminster   senior   la-
players are not inclined to look
Coal Barge Sinks.
Ci.:,-: lerable anxiety was 6e_l   . - ������
terday   morning    lor   the    aa_et3    of
in  baseball    this   season   Captain  C.   Chrlstlanson,  oi   Lhe   tug
iy years   past, according    . I .    v.. and hisraate.il being feared
I   al   both  the men and their tug had
.   ml   of  Interest    has
ladies who picked i: up to contain an
article of an n: li asanl character. A.s
-eon as the ladies hi I the handki .
chief in po: -���- . . ing man came
and accosted them and claimed the
proj ertj  ..    bis, and ln somw cases is
with favi : upon the proposed All Van- aide during lbe apple shipping season
i uver v.s, New Westminster lacrosse to have" a representative of the depart-
inaU'li   that   has been mooted   in   Uie   menl on hand who could examine the
Terminal City, and as far as thej are
concerned, ihey would just as soon
rest   on   iheir  luurels  this  year  as   go
oul aft' r moi'. glory. The boys have
��� tl away all iheir uniforms and
slicks, as I do no' like the idea of
having to unpack the whole lot ai aln
apples a.s they came irom lhe grower
ami  pronounce upon them  before the
.an kel commenced.
Mr, Lyne said thai they wi re ; retty
busy at the presenl lime al ibe fumigating station in Vancouvei'. wlifere
various sin uba from the other --Co
s
)F
cers,
ders
nacl;'
item  baseball  players wiho
- luation yesterday, and
i   \i w  \\ I'siniin- ter  are
���  ling    Interested In   lbe
'allies   tha:    are   decided
inioiid. i lompared with other
ii   attendance   al   the games
��� ��� '��� gratlf; Lng, and al two
the   matches   verj   neai
taken al the gat< s.   That
til  a large percentage oi lhe
" who do not understand the
i ived bj the attitude of the
i'i  the  game    played be-
Bellingham and the locals on
last,   when   the   tenth   inning
both  teams slill   without,  a  run
i  credit.    Several  adverse crili-
wi ri    heard     Localise     neither
secured a run.    II is doubtful
a closely contested .game had
pen played In this province be-
'"l  yel  the people did nol en-.
This clearly proves thai there
1  '   '   Of work  for the baseball
Jasts to do before their favorite
es the support  il  deserves.
��� o	
.-aid to have made insinuating .ugfl	
Uons,                                                      for the sake of one more game.   After were  examine,) and   fumigated   as a
Suspicion   fell   upon  Ernes!   Thorn-  playing throughoul I           ile   eason means   of   destroying   the   San  .lose
ton, who wi    a   e   ed, and In spite of  they an   ������ ������   s   rj   when   the   tim. Bcaie,   The fumigation, Mr. Lyne said,
tic   pat    ���:  a  comes thaJ fhey   ian relax a little and v-hile nm entirely a destroyer of the
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Irae, !, -,.,  ca8e   ,,, ;  ,. |,.    appeared after
In an.,   case, the  locals  would  net the shrubs had been through the fuml-
been dragged under the waters of the
...   a  scow  load ol  coal  which   strenuous  protests on
I I - H  ne     ^	
of Sixth Btreet.   Their safetj  wait nol   sentenced to three months In jail.   He
known   until  about   il   o'clock,   when   served  his  term and  i ased  a
,.n inciimlng ���������
Been vhe Alici
Ann.    By  the
���at    reported    having
A,    neai    Ihe    North
sinking   oi   the   scow
Could Not   Roll   Roller.
I I"*.  12. -Match   v., ni  limit	
'���    Neith ian secured fall. | the bottom, and a trag
'' ]i and |B00 side be
row weeks ago. I travel to Vancouver for a game uu-1 gating process.   The fumigation of 300
A number ol  thi   Ladies who were ,.   g   ;     ibstantlal   Inducement    were   tons of Japanese rice had just heen
asked to identify Thornton al ihe time pui up Ior them.   Nels Xelson. presi ipleted.
about 250 ions oi coal were senl  to   of  tlie trial said thai   he  was some denl of the Westminster lacrosse club,	
the bottom of the river, where 11 will   whal like the man wt    a.id accosted yesterday received a leiter from R D,
doubtless remain till the end ol time   'hem. but  had doubts as to whethei Douglas, secretary  of the  Vancouvi Ontario Bank in Trouble.
The i'ui'.i wa.-   consigned    to J. \v.   !." was real!)  fjji   man.   Tbey rauher lacrosse club, in which  a  coup:,   ,        Toronto, Oc:,   12.���The troubles of
Creighton, and bad been brought.from   thoughl he was, but wouldn'l  be too propositions were made, whereby the  ���-,,. Ontario bank are due to specula-
Nanaimo on Thursday by the Restless,  sure. e receipts wouM "be divided In whal   nans of General  Manager McGill  In
The Alice  A. arrived  later in the day;     A  few days ago, Hov. C. VV.  Hough the  Vancouver  men  considered a   fail    y.all  street,  where  he  was  known  as
and was moored to the scow.   About ton   was  called  Into  a   home   where and equitable way,   The letter has nol   a most Indiscriminate speculator,   No
.". o'clock yesterday morning the scowjlhere was serious illness to officiate yet  been discussed, and until this is other officials In the hank are thought
suddenly tilled and vani; to the bot-
tom, to reappear almosl Immediately
floating bottom up. Later in the day
the scow was recaptured and moored
to the Royal City mill wharf. Happily for them, the men en board the
Alice A.  had  d.eidod  to  leave earlier  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
than usual, and had cast off from th Istake   In   the   Identity   of   young
scow a few minima- before II sank, a Thornton were true, as Bhe bad met
circumstance to which they doubtless her former assallanl face to face on
owe their lives. :,-; tne scow would ihe car a vv. evenings before when
undoubtedly have dragged the tug to   returning from Vancouver.   She was
his ministerial capacity.    The lady   done   it   cannot   he   definitely  stated   t0 iv Implicated,
the house  was one of those- ,-j.ho  whether the match will come off or
nl   been  accosted   by   the handler-  not,   If lt U decided to play, the game
will  Hike  place  on   Thanksgiving   lay
al Recreation pail-. Vancouver.
chlel man. and as Mr. Houghton was
aboul  10 leave she drew him aside and
-.:,i,i thai she was new satisfied thatl
Mr. Houghton's contentions as to the!
I
���   ���
had to be ""corded.
dv woul'd have' absolutely positive of the identity of| BlddlnJ was vi ry ;��������� tive, and the high
��� i  man in question.   He WW not i a- ��si .,��������� ... -,.  ��� .:���   R0 per i ere.
Montreal, Oct.    12.���The   Bank of
Monl real has made an offer to the On-
tarlo hank to take ovei lhe liabilities
ami assets of that concern Its liabilities are over fourteen million dollars
and Us assets are over seventeen mil-
iii n.
About
 M  O	
two  hundred land   seekers   from all
.arts  of the West  attended   ibe  auc- Moran   Accepts.
lion gale pt schi ol lands here to-di Boston, Oct. 12.���John l). Moran to
night   accepted   the Democratic   noin-
Rush  for  Land.
Strassburg,   Sask , Oct.   12.-
Inatlon tor governor,
Toronto,  Oct.  12.���George  W.  l-'ow-
lerler, M. P., gave evidence before iu
surance   commission   this   morning.
When    he   was   questioned   as  to  hi
delay  in obeying  summons to appe  .
before commission, be said be had i.i.
portanl  engagement   In  Western  ( . .
ada   and   bad   been    unavoidably
layed.      He  admitted   calling   on   I
Thomas Shaugjhnessy   regarding
chase  of land    In   north   west,   wl
wa.s later   bought    at   $250   an   a
Fowler    vigorously    objected    to    I  ���
probing of what he termed bis privat
business, but commission decided that
he would have lo make a full explanation in connection with land deals.
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Telegraphic Briefs. V (
Elmlra, N.Y., Oct. 12.���William Kan
dolpb Hearst to-day formally accej l-.l
iiii Democratic nomination for governor of .New York slate.
London, Oct. 12.���The sensation
produced throughout Europe by the
"Recollections" of the late Chancellor
Von Hohenlohe is fully reflected ln
the columns of the Iiriiish newspapers, which dally reproduce long extracts from the memoirs.
San Francisco, Oct. L2.���Ernest A.
Denlcke, son of a millionaire banker,
who shol an unknown Italian on the
waterfronl during the s.m Francisco
fire on  April  19,   is  held   for trial   for
manslaughter.
Disclaim   r.  sDonsibility.
London-, Oct,  i I - Lord Lansdowne,
addressing 5,i i iple al Nottingham
to night, end' avore I to settle the controversy concerning Sir Anton] Patrick .Macdonnell, tinier secretary to
lhi lord lieutenant of Ireland, and bis
devolution   plan.     The     speaker     de-
.ciaie.i thai neither ex-Premier Balfour
nor   bis  colleagues  ey��r   promoted   or
participated In the promotion of proposals of devolution or anything leading Up to home rule, and he said he
was not aware of the existence of any
documents compromising the liberty
of action of Ihe Conservative party.
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Theft cf Jewels.
Toronto. Oct. 12.���A $2,000 robbery
at the home of Walter Beardmore,College and St. George streets, was reported io the police Ibis morning.
Mr, ami -Mrs. Beardmore bad been in
Acton since Wednesday, and on their
letiirn to the city lo-day, Ihe latter
discovered that part of her jewellery,
consisting of three rings and a diamond necklace, bad been taken from ���
i.        ��� Iroorti. THE   DAILY  NEWS
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FRIDAYS MARKET REPORT
Fo - ..-       is sea    a. I
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iy, and   hey   vere all sua.
,���;,  v.-.,-    11 er bu) '���: s, -. ho paid fi om
23c to er pound foi    bu     inds,
live weigh;.   Turkej s are said I i
verj   31 this -   ison, and will not
be fo id for pom- men; only the rich
and influential will feel like eating
dicke. bird at 10c per pound, and that
is what it will mean this year. Thi re
was also a large stock of geese on
haul, and a num:.'; of caps changed
band.- a: from $1.25 to $1.50 each.
Ducks were also offered in considerable quantities, and the prices varied
accor ling to the class of birds offered. One rancher who had some extra choice stock succeeded in getting
$10 per dozen. The prices generally
ran from $7 to $9 per dozen. The
Vancouver Egg & Poultry Supply Co.,
T Seley and Vancouver Chinese merchants were the largest poultry buyers, Eggs were a scarce article, and
36c per dozen w as paid ij the wh de-
sale   h'alers.
As   usual,   mutton  an I   lamb  wi re
���i.- and   veal   -.'��� a -  also somewhat
Mi in.    There     w   -     a     <  insider ible
anioun   ol    ��� ������   a   .     irk, and   tl   of
sold at qu i iti  as
T, Davis, the Burnab.   florist, offer-
he first violet -   if tl     se is n for
sn e, the fragrant tn asures were
��� er;    - ion  snapp   I the  early
sl]     :-���  S,
A large �� ippl ��� pples was on
han I. an 1 man, o! thi m were bought
In ;���;��� i ommission agi ats rej r senting
V ut ���'���:- Arms, Among the supply
ere King of Tompkins. Maiden's Bl ish, Alexan Iras in i Northern
s les. There wi re a few crabs offered which wenl begging. Among the
leading sellers were T. J. Talt, New
Westminster; W:::r.,:.. Gill, Sumas; R.
Reynol Is, Langley.
The usual florists wen there, S.
Tidy had a handsome display of cactus dahlias for which he took a number oi Tiers j. Muirhead and T.
Davis each had a nice variety of pot
plants and bulbs for sale.
The usual butchers and vendors of
butter and eggs were there, and the
demand foi their wares, while not
quite s i large as m some occasions
was satisfactory. Vegetables were offered by W. Whi-ing in considerable
variety, and the prices were as follows:
Corn, 15c dozen hea Is.
Cah! age, 5c head.
Citron, 3 for 23c.
Pa: snip., 15c dozen.
Carrots   and  beets,   :    oraches   for
Ma.
Pumpkins, loc  to 25c each,, according to size.
T   natoes (ripe . ; lbs. for 25c.
atoes (green), 10c  iox.
Oni ns, 2Cc to 3c lb.
1 'eb     .  I bunches for 10
""'��������� ���    rices for the d iy were as f il-
I     V -
_.   ... hindquarters, 5c to 9c lb.
:'. forequ trter, 5c to 6   '  .
Lamb, 12c to i:.'��������� ' i.
Vi il   9c lb.
P rk, 9c lb.
Pot ttoes, $15 ton.
:.-. $1.25   -
a--   lOi  dozen.
:        .  I5i   '
"������'."" ���    l i
Chi    ens, $4 to $7
5, $7 i    59 dozen
>e, $1 to $1.2c
���    -��� -"'   to
les, 70c to $1.10     '-.
KS
UISITES FOR FALl
TIME TO THINK OF "WET
WEATHER" REQUIREMENTS
Selections are now at their best���Prices at the lowes
qualities up to our usual high standard of excellent
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Men s Showerproof Coats, $7 to $25
Boys' Showerproof Coats, $6 to $7
Mens Rubber Coats, $3.50 to $6
Boys' Rubber Coats $3, all sizes
Umbrellas��� Oil Clothing
IIHAVJ>
%*-<     -���*������"   . ''''*���- ���������*- ������ :-T *
PHILLIPS
The Wardro
Clothier
WESTMINSTER gg&S
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th, '06
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson &ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
UtCtllC   WIDTH'   o   ri|rQV��P  Tke only a" ra!i  route between ail
MtaO-ft.  MAK UN   li   tMtlU 0   Points east, west and south to Ross
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway lor Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers FaUs with
stage c'aily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
REVERENT-ARTISTIC AND
SUMPTUOUS PRESENTATION OF
RICHARD WAGNER'S SACRED
FESTIVAL PLAY
iParsifa
I IN   ENGLISH
I
1901.
Leave
Day Train               Arrive
1 jo am.
...   Spokane   ....".15 p.m.
:.._;  p.m.
.. .Rossland   ... .4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m. .
.... Nelson    6.45 o.m
H. A. JACKSON*.
ADOPTED BY WM. LYNCH ROBERTS
THE MOST
NOTED PRODUCTION
OF THE CENTURY
Played   by   a   Select   Company  of
50���ARTISTS��� 50
BURNABY CORPORATION
AT   THE   HOTELS.
C, E   a    :������. M  :.-..-..    ', '
���   J in 1 \ in    ���, er;
,: <: S r. Baker, S
��� ���   -' Vancou.
Colonl       '.   ; v'ai
.    :*   Ho :.
G. r   M
Can        Da w so 1
Win Isor   .1    Ham      1,  C llliw 1
���'���   ��� '��� "  ;   Van   ���..        HL D   Brown,
P.   vs.   Glennle,   Chilli-
*�� ���' s.   VV. J, SUns '!..  Milestone;  C.
'���" >ter, Milestone; S  C   Brown, Ed-
��� ��� '��� ������ C   W   Lun!. Ladner; A   W.
t   :.   ns, Chilliwack.
SPECIAL  NO"
_E.
F
Wheat Commg  in  Freely,
...     . eg, Oct 12.���The total wheat
ei   :. ts    :: the C P.R. up to date this
:.  amount to  lS,863f��00 bushels,
and   1,123,000 bushels of other grains
have I 'en marketed,    yesterday's re-
������:.       ���������:��������� about   195,  bushels of
wheat; other grain, 37,000 bushels.
On the corresponding day last year
.50,000 bushels of wheat and ..,000
bushels of other --ri-ains were marketed. The total amount ot grain received up to this time lasi year was
12,696,000 bushels of wheat and 623,-
000 bushels of other grains.
 o	
Serve  Tnem   Right.
Toronto,  Oct.   12.���Thirty-five   stu-
'dent, ol Toronto university have I n
fined $5 each for sl 1 ei I hustling.
.'       a- '������      '
:..
nd  giving
��� .   -  ��� ��� ���-.    loi ���
Durin ������������...
"A ' 11  ; 1 -
Auditors must
be In their seats st r :�� of first cur-
t. n. as no en. ... 1 u. seated ilit ���'���:.
the  act en  0' tr.e  oiay.
PRICES-50c to $2.00
ir 1"-. ��� i    by    mai!   will   ' e
,.  imptly   . irwat le1   on    re :el ���'    of
.   11 '������,- 01 ler an 1 self-  : ;  ���-->���! enve-
I ���   ���
Sea's dn sale al Ryall- Di ig Store.
NOTICE.
Notice i.-: hereby given that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers,
ir. the District of New Westminster
under the firm name of Allen & West,
has this day heen dissolve 1 by mutual
consent.
Persons having any claim again.!
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full particulars
to our solicitor, ... P. Hampton Bole,
Bank of Commerce Building, New
Westminster, B. C.
New Westminster, B. C, Augu.t
15th, 1906.
GEO. A.  ALLEN,
HENRY WEST.
TIMBER NOTICES.
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after late I inten 1 to applj to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a license to cut and carr
away timber from the following de-
.-. ri " 1 lands;
1, Commencing at a posi marke 1
\Y. M 'a S.E. Corner, planted on the
m rth bank of he Kildala river about
two miles up from the month, running as follows: 40 chains north, 160
chains west, 10 chains south, l'l"
chains east to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Located August 27, 1906,
2. Commencing at a post marked
V,'. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, aboul
two miles up from the mouth, running
as follows: 10 chains north, li.'1! chains
east, S 1 ch tins south, 10 chains wei I
10 chains north, SO wesl to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Locate i Augusl 27, L906
:;. Commencing al a post marke !
W. M.'s N.E Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, a
five and a half miles up the river
from the mouth, running as follows:
l'i chains south, 160 chains, west, to
chain - north, 160 chains easl to pi
ol commencement, 1 ont dning 1 10
acres, m ire   r less.
Loc ite 1 Augusl 26, 1906.
I. c mimencing ai a p -' ma
W. M.'s N'.W. Corner, plante I on
: : b bank ' thi Kild -i.i 1 Iver, aboul
fl. e and a half miles up I h i river fi om
the moul h, running as foil ���������'��� s: 160
east, 10 chains south, 160
1 h ii:: - west, 10 chain n irth to point
of commencement, conl lining 61 1
ai res, more or less,
Locate I A tgusl 27, 1906
5. 1 lommeni lng   at  a ;    t   ma
',''. M.'s  N.E   '   ' ne    plan    I    n 1 11
h ban . of the Klldal 1 at oi, about
ne mile from tl i mouth Iver,
running .1- : dlovi.: 50 chains south,
30 chains west, SO chains north I 1 I he
shore line, thence following shore line
��� 1 poinl of ; immencenn nt, containing
fi 10 aci es, more or le
Lo ��� a e I A ig tsl 27, 1906.
6. Commencing at a pos- marked
vs. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
east '1 ink of the Dal 1 river, aboul
ten chain 1 e isterly from th ��� moul h.
running as follows: to chains east,
l'i chains north, tO chains east, 80
chains north I 1 the river, thance following river :o point of commencement, containing til'i acres, more or
less.
Locate I Augtut '27. 19 16,
(Locator)   WILLIAM  MOODY,
AT REDUCED RATES S. G. TIDY,
Good to Return to Nov. 30th _rwc��ic_.-_r
��  ��� ��� ��� ��� rLUKIST
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent, PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS. BOQUETS
New Westminster AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
or
E. J. COYLE, Telephone A184 or address Ith Ave.
iq.sie.iit   r,��r,.rai   Passenger   Ajent
Westminster
Sale of Lands by Public Auction
Bj       le    ol   the   Co im ...  : be I Iol
a i    ir   will   offer   for  sale   y   auction
, Octo er S'i. al  2 o'clock
he aftern   ���:. (sharp), al   he Muni-
.. t    p the   ''-: lue ��� :' the proper-
th - no    Is   isel   :' at tl    rea al
ender.
omprlse two        Ih Isi ms In
DI-.l <ot 120 subdivision
���    ;    ksl in D       ct Lot 53, and  55
-   :.. -  .-.- in District Lol 91.
Indi le   title,    i Is   al
Ll -'   ind ���   .!���.-"'
lined :'��� "in
B   G   V U-iKER,
i . M. C, an i Collector, Box I I, New
minster,
Synopsis   or    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may he houie.t.aded by any person who is -he sol.- head of a family,
or any male over IS years of ag.', to
the ex-en: of one-quarter Bection of
1'i't y.���:���������. more or less.
Entry must he made persona al
the local land offlce for the district in
i which the : tn l Is Bituate.
The h imesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following pi ins
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(_) If the father (or mother, if the
father i- deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the lani entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfii I
by such person residing with the lather  or  m ither.
(j) Ii the settler has his permanent
residen ��� upon farming 'and owned
by him iti the vicinity of his home-
stea !. the req lirements is I i re : ience
way be - .:��� - ied by resi lence up m
the said land
Six months' notice in writing -' ild
be given to the Commissioner if Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply ior patent.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy  Minister of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
M
a   Hal
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
ani  first-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at 7:25.
Imperial  Limited,  leaves  at  17:20.
Special Excursion to Eastern
Cities, Oct. 12 and 13
Re lol  9, .tihdivl don of lots 20,  _
and 22, - i iur ian block  6, N   ..   ..
mlnstei .
\\ hi': ti 3 pro if ���'���' the loss ol cei
' ate of '' le n imber 28 IS i, issued h
i he name o!  Nei - Nei ion,  h > -  been
..Vi ,i. thi    il I e,
Notice ' - herebj gl \ en thai I
��� i the expiration of one month from
thi la ,. if the flrsl publication hereof, Iss lupllcate of said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
��� ijectlon be made to me In writing
('.   S.   KEITH.
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles,
Land   Registry   office.   New  Westminster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
==FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Transfer Cl
Office���Trarr  Dsp:
Columbia bt.
Baggage  delivered    ;::...'
[.art of the city.
Light and Heavy llan
1'fice 'Phone 18S.       H.ro rv:
Westminster Iron *(
GENERAL MAUHI.NK AMJ
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING   t..:"
STRUCTURAL IROM    ��t"��
Ornamental   Iron   wor
Fences, Gates, Flre K-
Mail orders and co '���'���'*'
. a-,.,1.
JOHN REID*
Bl G311- B'l'H   ' ���
N'ew Westminster.
Great Northern Fj|
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE W
V. W. & Y. RV
Dailv i NKW
Leave   WESTMINS
���    Ham Blaine
t: 35 pm ham      Bu
inn,    M
n.ii.
Se iti ������
Pon land
C35 pm Spoltat t
Paul     in I
imiiits  K.i-r
9.20 am Anacortes,
Woolley,     il-!
|Rockport.
ri :ii�� pm Vancouver
9:5") pm
I
I
.1
EMPRESSES
j.
Var.c . uv.r,
a ie an 1  10th Street.
18,000  1 EMPRESS OF  HIHTAI.N | I4.50J-
H. Power | EMPRESS OK IRKLANH l      TON"*
Leave Quebec Oct.  5 an l Oct.   10.
Passengers hooked to an l fro at low-
e ������ i ite.   For particulars a;.ply
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.   R.   AGENT.
Lv.     N'ew    We
.   . - v        ��� ll ;!1
Guichon ::���������" ;'- : I
ii  p.   tn..   Mon la
Friday.
S:45  a.   :n   ar,  fl !
.:3D a. m   I v. for V '    '������
i-toitie nf the ' ���
���ORIENTAL     LlMlTe!r
2���Daily Overlana T
Spokane, St. Paul.  ���'   ",
Winnipeg, Duluth- i 't/V
Louis  and  all   points tflf
For    complete |
iTni      i    rates,   berth   resen
���   n,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Af��
Bank of Commerce B '���     ;|
New westmln  ���
8. G. YERKES,  *  ,; Pr, 'j
Corner Second Av<?
lumbla St., Sea; ���-'. FOR
OS.
Ice   Cream  Sodas,
Sweets, Fruits, Etc
GO   TO
R. C. PURDY
bia Street
Next to Tram Office
Souvenirs of the City;
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery Etc.
J, J. MACKAY y Co.
Booksellers ana Stationers
��������� ���' ������      ���    ��������� -���' p
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
OF
f& T. Dick's Old Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
ie Old Country Boot Store
VZ 1 ( oIm.ii.i.i Street
New Westminster.
>rthern Pacific:
Three
[ranscorstinental
Trains Oaily
Travel on the Famous
ORTH ('OAST LIMITED"
ric-iifhte 1 train.    Low Rates.
iTime. Excellent Service.
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
_ND ALL POINTS EAST
mshir Tickets on suK" to till Euro-
.nt.-..
Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
ates   to   Southern   California.
II informtion call on or write
. E, LANG, General Agent,
tastings St., Vancouver, B, ('.
A. 1). CHARLTON,
nd, Ore A. (I.    A
TAK E
he White Pass
id Yukon Route
IONRAD, CARCRI ISS, ATI.IN,
E HORSE, DAWSON and
'ANKS, Daily trains (except
.) carrying passengers, mail,
and freight connect with
at Carcross and White lIor=c,
ming a through winter service,
information  apply to
JH. ROGERS, Traffic Managet,
Vancouver. R. C,
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
EiKht Trains Every Day in the Ye.tr
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD,
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY, lt is lighted with
I). )h electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated tr:iin in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section 6leeper_, luxurious dining
.... reclining chair cars (seat- free),
modem day coaches and buffet, )i-
brarv and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further  information  call  on   or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
'20 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wasi
BLACKSMITHING.
Having boughl oul the Blai ..smithing business of It. H, Benson, ' will
11 : leased to Bee all his old ( ut lot .-
i ��� . as well a. new < oes, horseshoe-
ii'.tj n specialty.
H.  M.   KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
Trains & Steamers
c. p. u. main line.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster 10.30  daily.
Arrive N'ew  Westminster 19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C, '*. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   \V.   7.25,   9.35,  17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,   10.30,  19.10,   20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 0.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N, W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv, N. VS. 4.._ p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. ni. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 am.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p, m.; ar. N. W.
6:45 p m. and G p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and b a. m., and ev.ry half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP  RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon.   .Ved. Frid. 8 a.m.
Prom Chwk.  Tu., Th., Sat., 7  a.m.
i Ramona���
Frnm N. W. T'i., Th., Sat. 8 a.m,
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
1 Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ey. SaL ami Sun.,
' 2 p.m.; Saturday, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a__u. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mor., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tuec. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n ._ Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m. 9.00 a.m.
Cloverdale, Illaine,
Seattle, etc..   ..  ..45a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. &. Cent. Park...l0.30a.m.   2 p.m.
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
Ea.st Burnaby  1.15 1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
��� East, via C. P. R...4.46 pin. 7.Id 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..8.80 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Tlmberland, Tues,,
Friday   12.00 m.    12.00 m.
VICTORIA
NEW      WESTM1NS1
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a, tn
on  Wednesday and  Mondaj s.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leave. Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. in.
V. EST COA3T ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at  11 p. m. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each mouth foi
.shousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 2". for Quatsino and
way   joints.  Leaves  Victoria  (n   20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip en Monday at 5 a, m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a.  m.;   Friday at 6 a. m. additional,
triji Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
aad Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at '- p. m., 2nd
and lOtli of each month, paliing at
Skidegate on first trip and Be'la Coo'a
on second trip. Time on arrival aid
departure  nre  approximate.
For   reservations   and   InfoTmat-on |
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
/.Mt. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dest.,
New  Westminster
EYES
TESTED
FREE
rRODUCtS RESULTS.
Oh, billing i .- r;   nice,
As those ..-ho have ti .��� Ml   le.  are,
Ar.d often It li ads i" a   .       ilit.     plica
Wllh no end ol  ti nl. . nd i are.
11  Mm willing,
Then islll doi    the 1 llli -.
V, lthout any    it ig Tarn I ��� r,
The ��� - -aa:     greed  t...
Eo whal i hi uld 'i lead to
But   > a   ' .a..!,   bo nd to i ��� cut
Alone In tin  twil gl I �� t i no one I" n   i
Exi ept  thi   mi Bc.uitoi s and bi gs,
It., whispi .    a tale In her i ��� llcate car
And pun ti ati - - ften with less,
And a i hi   gl ov. 9 boldi r
She leans   on  hi    .houldi r,
A very i ni i urtuatlng sign;
U's roily to falti r;
She Hi.  i- n the halti r.
Which s'a ii'" to lit dandy and fine.
'Tls l!ais the engagement from nothing
ness grows,
A  little flirtation to start.
Tln:i later on William makes bold to pri
i .
And nothing can pull them apart.
Th" neighbors may titter.
- But he Is no quitter;
lie tools up his loins and sl inds p.a.
And with the fair creature
He cads on .-. preachi r,
And then they adjourn to :i flat,
Accidents Will Happen.
"He was quite badly injured In ::
French duel."
"Shut by his opponent?"
"No; he slipped on a banana peel
that somebody bad carelessly left on
the field of honor,"
Never Grows Old.
A Philadelphia expert who may or
may nol know what be is talking
aboul cl.this thai the charmlug members ol the female sex reuse to bo
girls nt the Immature age of thirty-live
and straightway become women.
This In some parts uf the country
would be regarded as a base slander.
While some enterprising ladies are
grandmothers at that age. yet there
are others who. while they do not play
with dulls, still insist that they are
girls and they don'l care who knows it.
There is no arbitrary rule that may
be made to apply In all cases. Much
depends ou temperament and the charity of the neighbors. But, still, whose
business is il anyway if a girl wants
to be a girl at fifty? No man of refinement would ask her if she got spa-
sick eoiiliig over in the Mnyftower,
even though he wanted to know. The
Philadelphia expert might have been
In much better business
FOR   THE   LITTLE   ONES.
4 Fi.rce Animal That Fears the Light
of Day.
Iiow tiiatiy of you little girls ami
boys fear the darkness of 11 iti night?
.Not many, I hope, for night is a
wonderful time. There are so many
beautiful things to be seen and
hoard at night, that people who
are afraid miss much. What would
you think of an animal that was
iifrait! of tlie daylight, but brave
at night? Our friend, the Hoc,
prowls about in the forests of Asia
and Africa, seldom shows himself
by daylight, as he fears man. But
with the darkness his bravery returns. When wn look at the full
grown lion be seems n fearful beast.
But this same lion was once a cub,
as tame nnd playful as your kitten.
1'nlike kittens, lion cubs are born
with their eyes open. They become playful before tbey are many
days old, and roll each other about.
Think how brave a lion cub must be
to pull and bite its mother's tail.
Lightning  Spares the  Beech.
It is said that the Indians always
peek the  shelter  of  a brooch  tree
during n storm, if they can find one,
because thev know that it is rarely
1 struck by  lightning.   This  immu-
I nity of the beech was known to the
; ancients, for there is an old mythological legend to the effect that the
' young god Jupiter once found she
ter iti one when he was pursued 1 v
an enemy, nnd when he became th.
chief of the gods, and tho Thund :
er. he returned the favor by nc ���
allowing one of his bolts to st.
the beech.    Hut in spite of this
leged immunity of tlie beech, it
safer  never  to  seek  shelter  uno
any kind of tree during a thundi
storm.���Chicago Xews. ___^   ^
Statue to a  Monkey.
A chimpanzee of Grenoble, Spn:
rescued ;t little child who had fall i
into it pit. The i itizens of the to
felt so grateful they decided the
chimpanzee should hereafter be
dressed and treated as a man.
Strange to .ay, the chimpanzee
seemed to like his promotion and
went at!ired in man's garments until his death. Then the city council
voted ;t large sum of money to erect
a statue of the chimpanzee in
bronze. This statue may be seen Ln
one of the public squares of Grenoble to this dav.
l+JAXK'CKKKK*l'GMffi
Graduate Optician.
TIIVIE TABLE
i Subject to change without    notice.)
ALASKA   ROUTF..
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Sept. 28rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct.  .th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver,
Oct 12th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at 1  p, m.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pion". Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
"quipment that of the Chicago, Mil- ���
���..'iinkee & St Paul Railway, The)
own and operate their own sleeping
and (lining car- on alll their train* and
give their patrons an excellence of I
service not obtainable alsewhere
II. ���. ROWE. General Agent.'
134 Th''rd St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or, '
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THE DAILY NEWS ���
Published by The Daily News Pub
���'shit.. - impany, Limited, at theli
tfDces corner of Sixth ar.l Proai
rltreeta, New  Westminster, B. C.
Managing Director J, C. Brown
Each tiny grain of WINDSOR
TABLE SALT is a perfect cryftal
- -pure and dry- That is why it
never cakes.
Ministei   ", som    extra   i evenue
      if;   ! .'   v. 1       ibou   his su
' essoi s    :.   ifflce?    One   canm      eai
one's cake and kee.- It  : ...
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient display advertising, lt>
cents per line (nonpariel) 12 lines to
tbe inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face tvpe, 20
���-ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 MORE   ANCiENT   HISTORY,
cents per line. In ler the heading "British  Colum-
Foi   time   contracts,   special   posi- bia Canadian," the Toronto Globe I   -
t'ons, apply to advertising manager. an  article the  argument  of which  is
Notices   of   births,    marriages   or tha,  thlg  Province  v&s alien ,., (.an.
ieaths. o"c.    Wants, for saies, lost or . .           ,
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent per : ,a   ln   sPlrlt    an(I    character  thirty
n-ord.      No advertisement taken fcr years ago, bul has gradually changed
;es. than 25 cents. .-.,-y  ;���  [s  to-day a thoroughly Cana-
~~~~��� ^.-~���~^���.-^-~~-,~~���.---~~-.~- dian   Province.    In  illustration of its
TELEPHONES. argument   it  speaks   of the   visit   of
Lord Dufferin thirty vear- ago, pins
Business office   22 ,n Cli:i.,,lS. Nvith ;!u. reception accord-
Editorial   office      17 ei him  that  given to Lord Grey on
Manager's  residence    277 the occasion   of   his   recenl   visit.    It
��� ...                   , d es   nol   saj   in   express  words  that
..., _ anything was lacking In Loi I  Duffer
���ij 5>ift:-?��." reception;  but li evidentl.   writes
' ression thai a staten ���
of ��� hat    In I mighl truthfully be ma le
SATURDAY.  OCT.  13,  1306. A  few  -v,,,.k,  ag0  we  C01   ,   .: . |   , ..
"��� '       rather violent   listor   ms  i
CHANGE  IN management. ' :   la! ���  *' ':    whlch aplied in the
Ai ., meeUng   .1 th. lirec- Vlctoria r"1""i>! ln :;i"  ':*"'**: :   ;''
tors of the Daily News Publishing Co., the better terms question: and ���    re-
Ltd.,   held  last   evening,  the   resigna- marked at the time thal *e were ln*
tion .-: R. .1. Hurl.' as managing .lirec- ,'"re'1 To ,io **�� ln the cause "'  his*
tor of thecompan . which was dated tor,cal  in,th'    Thls    artlc,e   in   !ho
Oct. 1, was laid before the hoard. G!o,,�� seems :,) be founded "���"��� ;:''" C ;*
,, ,    . onist's   fairy   tales,   and   shows  that
Mr.   Burde  stated   that   he  had   in- . ,   ,
correction   was    needed.    The G
tended  to allow   his    resignation   to   . ,   , . .
is entirely wrong in supposing that
stand over for some little time longer,   ,, . . ,      ',     ,.      ..
���.   , British  Columbia,   thirty   years   ago,
but    on    Wednes la-a    last    he    had ,. , .   r,
was alien to t.he rest ot Canada in
accei '���' i   a   positi ���������:.  on   the  Victoria      , . , . .   .
spirit and character: it is ent :>'.;.
Colonist, and musi therefore ask that , ,      , .
, wrong in supposing that the recent ion
nis  resignation be  accepted at   once. *.   , .     , ,, , .
.    .        . accorded Lord (.rev was a whit more
A  formal motion  of acceptance  was  ,      , ,     .     .     .,
local   or  enthusiastic    than    that   ac-
a -1ifi
corded    Lord   Dufferin.    What  differ-
Mr. Burde therefore retires from the ence there was was the other way. A
management ol the  Dall.   News from vlsit  from  the Governor-General  is a
';'  laU"- regular    thing   in   these   days���Lord
.-   directors, In  parting from Mr. Dufferin was the first.   It is true that
Burde, wish him every success in his in   Victoria   Lord  Dufferin   met   with
new position. certain manifestations of local feeling
��� o  issed away now and forgotten: but
Tm.r. ���_, ,,  Victoria is not British Columbia.
TIMBER SPECULATION.
For some time past tte Daily News
has 'cen calling attention to the fact
ihat the boom in timber speculation
which has heen running its course iu
the Province this summer, seemed to
enjoying the encouragement and
patronage of the .McBride government.
The matter has been taken uu and
c< mmented on all over the Province,
an I we have certain attempts at defence in the organs. The latest of
these is from an up-country paper,
'. hich  says:
Su  :��� '��� Ing  the  strlcl   letter of the
law 'to   cut  and   carry away  timber'
were   enforced,   it   would   he   a   vei>-
ime before the province would
di    eted  of its timber and a big
3t.   We belie. e, un ler existing
.in       ��� tnces,     thi -   speculation   is
e ���   I -good for the province and good
be     e >ple,    for    thousands   of
i c miles of timber lands will be
staked and licenses regularly renewed
... .- m, and nol  a stick will be cut
on ne st of them :'��� r the next twelve
yi ars."
i:   must   be a cause   su elj.
Iven    i ad.   nee    ich illogl-
.   i   ���:..���} lie in  its      '  ..        It  gi. es
.��� .. le .-1 >   away,     i    ��� .in   _    .
An i   ��������� ho  on  eartl    v. .    and
ray" I      ���      nl' iuld be
.ed of?    An I
ifita . ��� ;   o
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��� o        This  :    lost   (to thi   P   i.
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irs foi  less
��� u      And
acco  :     In
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i wel.       ears ......    .
. ��� Province
will -. ���      . . revi
e  the
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Provl ild do so,
It < course, thai
���    .    timber,
y .. ��� ..    ��� ag value
In lealing w Ith th .���-.���.��� t
" the country, I e g cei nmenl
trustee tor the people. Its usln
. to 'in the besl it can in the way of
makin - good bargains when ii parts
ipi : . of ti..- people. That
does not always mean that it should
di :i. tn : the ultimate cen;; to do so
v. ould metlmes  stt-atjgle Industries ���'��� hich, being encouraged by fair
��� re i':ai nt,   would   contiIbute   to  the
��� ��� .. pr ivlnce. But it cer-
: ilni. loes rae in thai I hose who seek
the privilege of converting tbe country's nal ura] wealth to 1 heir own use
shoul l i ay to the country a fair equivalent ; and it also means that pt Ivate
Individuals should nol : nable i and
empowei ed to ' hoi I   up"  those  who
may in  future Beel   to     tabll      n< ������
Industries or gel  the material nece
sary for the carrj Ing on of old ones,
By the way. there   are forty-eight
new ;.     Ilcations this w e ���' . which is a
.   rease.   Tl ������ ' ��� ���    ind charges
on all the." licen - ���- ���
Some Indian chiefs resident in the
vicinity of Seton lake have written .:
letter to the Vancouver World in
which they make it plain that in their
opinion the provincial governmenl
hatchery at that place should rather
h" called a salmon butchery. As this
- stahlishment is costing the Province
a very considerable amount of money
every year, steps .should be taken to
ascertain what truth, if any. there is
In the statements of the chief.-..
Earthnuake in Sic ly.
Palermo. Oct. 12.���The earthquake
shocks in Sicily continue and are
causing serious damage to dwellings
and churches, some of which have
fallen, Caccamo sustained particularly heavy damages, and the condition
ol the people of that town. Termini
and Trabia, is extremely distressing,
Th.-y have been camped In the open
air for weel - past, In the Ia3t five
lays mora than 1"" shocks hav.- en
'.-i- at Trabia.
Husbands who do not match ti.
household furniture should be return ���
to the match factory.
In   these   modern   days  a   thins
bi    ity is apt t ' be a d 'bl owe 1 to t'
Install! lenl I   use.
.. ii. n who Is -��� llty of l. >r ��� .���
might expect that bis ci: ��� w >ul I .
him.
If ;.   i   v. ould  ke -..  In  gopd  I. ��� .
don't gel sh-!..
When   :.
Is   dpi    '   I
Ing to I
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A kin . '  a ���   it-ber Is apt ti
de, ral   ��� for same   :' .
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So::. ��� people  v ho sl irl  oul  t i ������
late gr ��� il  men l.j   lean   ig I
c ��� er ���- 't a..y far) er with tii ���
lal  m,
When you want t > b irr iv i . ney i
a stranger. Vou are more apt to i. ��� gu,
cessful.
Some    people    think    thoughts,    but
most turn out near thoughts.
{i7;j''1r'$   that   she   sings
(SSSSTS "f-f      like a bird, you
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_^^ J^       v i 1 I a i :i.   so   I
(��^*tV       f    L        asked      her     t.i
"-^-^ Jjj    V 1   sing for me."
"Well, a ..-" t
she?"
-_>"    --Ves,  like B
guinea hen."
The Record For Him.
"I   can   remember   names,   but   n i
"aces,"  explained the little man  v '.. i
seeined to think that th:-; failing ma ���
him a superior person in some way.
"1 bad a friend." said he man wh .
hadn't spoken before, ".ch > was troubled that way. l!:s case was the
worst I ever beard of, and in addition he was very ab3entminded, Y iu
don't have to believe It If you don'l
want to. but this Is a fact. One day
he was busy shaving himself, and. ....
looking at his face In the glass, be : ���
got where he bad sen that man be
fore.
"Then the Impression struck him
that be was a barber, and as be put
on the finishing touches he said .- iftly
'Bay rum. sir?'"
The little man gasped, but be didn't
try to come back.
Hard to Find Material.
"1  never knew bim to do any bard
work."
"1 have."
"What?"
"Bragging about bis family."
Getting Even.
I've a nelghb >r with a p u rot,
And 1 simply cannol bi ir It,
For lt doesn t do a thing the livelong daj
but squawk.
S ' to    vi a up the n...11. :
!. as mad as any hatter,
Me in  to get   i  big ma. bine that's  g'J ir
anti ��� i to talk.
Then the phonograph and parrot
With -a  h otl   r'll  try to s   ian
Ind  the  ph im .-���   ; h  n ill  svi . ir to  b..
the b .rd,
Thi a my bird adoring neighbor
Ne. d wlll "nd for patient lal
To    ri st ire    again    hla    potly's    accent*
blai 1.
Mean Insinuation.
"She sings those old l.allad.�� beaut.
fully."
"Ves; she learned them when t_i".v
were all the go."
Obviously.
"Dou't smash the furniture just be
cause you are mad."
"���Well, aren't we breaking up housekeeping."
WANTED���Good .-mart hoy to deliver
dodgers.    Apply  247  Front  street.
WANTED���Good   girl  for   housework,
family of three: wages $2" per
month.    Apply   122   Agnes  street
TO LET ��� Two furuished rooms for
light housekeeping; married couple
preferre 1. Apply 9S Secon i street,
corner Queen's avenue. 1SS-3
LOST���A bunch of seven keys of mis
cellaneous sort. Finder please return to Daily News office.
LOST���Black spaniel, three months
old,   with   small   white   sj ot    on
breast; answers to the name of
".Joker." Reward if returned to corner Twelfth and Eighth streets.
George Adams. v
NOTICE.
Having sold oul the bicycle an I re-
tli business, we will carry on the
electrical business exclusively in the
futuie, an l will car., a full stocl if
everj thing in th il S::.-- thai .- to be
���   .:i i in a  first-i lass shop.
I roti -'���   ��Iring   .'. Ill   be      rnipt]    atti :. le : to,   and   o ir    rl es  on  eve
thing will be fo ind as low as thosi
:     ol hei    ��� isiness i mcern   of  thi ���
.   n 'ic coast,
T. MOWBRAY
: la SI:""'. N'ew V. e tmin Jtei
B. i Monumental Works
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor,
In , orter and m tnufacturer of
Marbie and Granite Monuments
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for price.
New  Westminster.  B.  C.
y w m m m .
W. R. Gilley, 'Hnone 1*2.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B, 0. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot j
WET WEATHER
SHOES
If vou are looking ft ir a shoe to kee
u
absolutely dry ask for Geo. A. Sl
Invictus
Shoe
Every Pair Waterproof
Prices $4.00, $4.50 to $7sO0
a Pair
Our Ladies' Invictus Shoe is
the only absolute waterproof
shoe that comes to the coast.
Try a pair of Invictus Shoes
"for your next."
NOTE    THE    PROCESS    OF   MAKING    THE    "DRY-SOX"    '-INVICTUS
SHOE.'
Johnston's Big Shoe House
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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Large variety of New Pianos just received
too late for the ExKibition.
Wlll be sola at Great Bargain Prices.
New Scale Williams
Dominion
Morris
Nordheimer
Graphophones, all sizes, ail prices.    Grand selection :|
of New Records.
Organs sublime in tone, handsome in finish.
|   A   NEW  DEPARTURE���Wc   now   carry   a    full *
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line   or   musical   instruments.  Violins,   Guitars.  Banjos> J
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Aeolian   Harps.    Mandolins,    Accordians,   Concertinas, 1
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Burr Block Columbia Street 1
'AS*sas*:+:as+:asa*:a:asaa:**saaaasaa:*sasax^ )AY. OCT. 13.  1906.
THE DAIL\  NEWS
THE
t ASH STORE.
/'���dressmaking department now open,   book your
Local News Briefly Told
if all kind
S. G. Tid       .  [)h01   ���   VIS I
Chiel   Ci -.--..   .    Spa .    .
a>' "" :l!1 off visil  ��� , v., toria.
itest    am mnte I   I i
dl     .la 75, which la to be   Uvl le I am mg
..   hospitals.
ORDERS EARLY.
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The  date of  the  football   meeting,
. Iiii l. v...       iti i to take pi ice Thurs-
* '*' " looking team  ... ,- bought al    ta  .   ocl     IS,   haa   been  changed   to
'"'  marke     :       i:- '        ���   ���'-   Tuesday,  Oct.   16.    The   change  lias
'"   ":'~":' "    :-,;l"- :"    *e ium of   been   made  on   account    ,:' the   boys
S200 ���        . ,
ivlng to  plaj    i   game  al   Westham
On Tuesda. next, at SI Paul's islan<1 on tlle date previously selected,
church, the Rev. A. De li. Owen will and thes can ha,lll-v set back on time.
unite George Keli and Miss Chapman The meetlnS wi!! !'" ^eld al Ryall's
'���' the bon La of matrimony. , 3tore' ���'"'' wi!l ;"' f'"' tlu* Purpose of
iiscussing the advisabllltj  of forming
Al"("11'    '!'"      isf'engers  to  Seattle   intermedfate    and      junior     football
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is to give these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
.1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.60 each up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl Block.
Telephone 73.
yesterdaj afternoon were R. Jar.line.
0 Archibald, of the Vanstone Co.,and
-I 0. McLeod, superintendent railway
mail service.
[ New arrivals of Dress Goods this week have given
[a still I letter selection���for those who have not
jeaily laid in their winters supply.
[.The new arrivals include not only Suitings and
fh Grade Worsteds, but especially good stuffs for
ses' wear.
Inch French Panne Cloths, in maroon, gre; . c ; linal, green, nav>
id  Slack       $1.00
Inch All Wool Pirl Finish Chev.cts. will not shrink nor spot,
���ices    90c, 85c and 75c
land 42-inch Hard Finish and Rough Finish Serges, in black, navy,
. ream,   car.linal,   brown 65c. 50c and 35c
WOOL WAISTS Eorm an lmportanl part in the wardrobe of all
: il women. They are warn, and healthy���and when chosen of
right materials, make pretty as well as serviceable waists.
Year after year  men  with  bright   ideas bring  oul   new  designs
new colorings.    This year embroidered goods s,:k  hold  sway���
���:��� lally In* small dots and crescents���the popular materials being
Lies, lustres and  flannels,
We bave some  very attractive goods ln these lines.
������ORIENT" CLOTH, a mixture of wool and silk, specially soft and
flfll 'ini.-l.el, in .reen and pale blue with hair .-" i'ipes. . .75c per yard
"WOOLALONE" and all wool   French   Flannel,  in   navy,  green,
R.    ���;��� an 1 other shades, plain   in 1  fancy 50c per yard
���''���I WOOL CHALLIES AND  LUSTRES  with  embroidered   dots and
:Mt ������ nis, in whi'e  and colors 65c, 50c and 40c per yard
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al  hundred  yards of  Novelty   Walstings,  Including  French
|i      . Delaines,  Embroidered Albatross, etc., In lengths of 3* to
Worth 50c, 60c and 65c yard.   All one price.    35c per yard
John  Laity, of Dewdney, yesterday
applied tor ti \.- inches of water fi om
a  stream which runs across the Dewd-
trunk  ro i i  an 1 through loi   129,
iwnsh: . D, an I �� dch is ki \ as
Laity i .-eel
meel ing   >   I ie execui iv.    il  the
minster     Lai rosse    clu i  _11   be
'led for the ea       .arl ol i <: :   k,
��� hen  mal 11 im lortai ;.-
'���      lon   with   t! wil! up
for discussi  i.
leagues in this city.    All followers of
soccer are Invited to at ten I
Philomique Landry, th Frenchman
who wa.. detained sl the police statl in
on Thursday nigh . was allowed his
llbert; : esterdaj morning. From
Landry's speech and actions, ii is evi-
Ien: thai the m in is mentally defl-
i ii nt, and the stor;   tha     e was tell-
ng on Thurs la to I be effei I that he
>vas ab i to ������ m ifie I, la only one
of his :. i! ucinatl ms He was senl "'it
' ���   Kam    ' -.   w here  I ������ Is  known  to
lave   frlen Is.    T ie   man    iad   In   his
: ossesslon     I Ime chec i onsid-
erable a    mnt,  an I   I his   �� is  cashe l
���-1 enabli   him to un leri ike th    |our-
W. c. Chambi   iin, the |e has   tie; .
i ecentlj  rei eivi        lai ge   on   ;i menl       ,,.. ,.     -.       ,
. ,,    . I lie i; e oi Pa! Reardon was again
oi Regina wati lies. Thej   ire snlendid       ,,   ,   .
i aln. l in I.."    ollce   i our   yesterdaj
���   eepers.     Simplicil.   of i on - rue- ,
moi ;.i:.-.  hu     : -   Pal   happens   to  be
Oon, combine I with skill, ha. ��� i lace I , , ,       ,    ,
. - iiiie-A here   u i   north    on   board   the
them foreni isi on the ma ket, ., .     ,       ...       ,   ,
steamer   Dunsmuir,   he   dl i   not  hear
Chiel ol Police Mcintosh is rejoic- *'���'��� call, an 1 accordingly failed to aping In the arrival ol a babj girl al his pear. Pat Is barged by a Chinaman
residence. The baby's official weighl with ;< fancy name with having decor-
;.' given al nine and three-quarter :,'l the said chinaman'.- physiog-
pounds, This i.s the fifth youngster! nomy with a pair of black eyes some
that the stork bas brought to the chief, three weeks ago. A warrant has been
ami the third girl.    Both mother and issued for Pat, bul as the steamer has
THE WHITE HOUSE
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR XMAS  FANCY
WORK TOO LATE.   WE HAVE A COM
PLETE STOCK OF
Tinted Novelties
A. J. BIRTCH,
2(57 Columbia Street
child are doing well.
A. .1. Hill, ' I.E . ��h i w is knocked
down and seriouslj injured bj a train
a- Mis.-,:.in ,Iun tlon - ime da s ago, is
a:a..iag .... ���.. le p igress towards recovery, and Mrs. Hill, who is with
him at Mission, expects to be able to
bring him home to-morrow.
The regular m mthly meeting of the
women's auxiliary oil the Royal Columbian hospital will be held in the
board of trade room on Mondaj at
2.30 Instea i of 3 o'clock, as previously
announced.    As  there  is  business of
not yet returned, nothing can be done
by the authorities, and the case continues t.i be remanded for eight days
at a time whenever the Chinaman ap-
: ears in court.
The mystery surrounding the sud-
.1. n disappearance of James Bell, a
1 iborer, who lefl his home in this city
about a week ago, and who had not
been hear! of since, has been cleared
up by the receipt of a letter from hte
missing man. He writes from Ruskin.
where he i.s working In a lumber mill.
Bell had he#n drinking for some time
and had announced his intention of
going to Nanaimo, where he had se-
importance to come before the meeting, a full attendance of the membertfl cured work, He faned to go to
; requested. Nanaimo, and on the spur of the moment lefl for Ruskin. where he has
been  working since.    He  wrote to  a
W. Maxwell, a brothi r of Polite Officer Maxwell, arrived  here yesterday
from   Whitewood, Sask..  ani   intends friend [n thls c'n>- asktnS >''"' :" ������"**
to take up his permanent residence in ward hi* f'ff,,f',-s <" llis new home- :""'
this citv.    The  brothers  Maxwell had U>e  receipt   of  this  letter  has  greatly
nol  met   for  some considerable 'ime. relieved the minds of his friends,
and   his  brother's   arrival   here   was Tv, residents of the municipalitj of
quite a surprise to the local guardian Burnaby   whose  homes lie along   the
of lhe peace.
There will be a children's rally in
the Queen's avenue Methodist Sunday
.-.chool to-morrow afiernoon. Addresses
will be delivered by the pastor, Rev.
W. II. Barraclough, and Rev. Dr. Sipprell. Music of a special character
will be rendered by an orchestra, and
n all roun I Interesting tim i is | remise l all who al tend
Mrs, .1    S.   C.   F .a. e        .   Rossi in I,
who  has   been  In  the  citj   for  ������ me ... ,,., -,, demand  the 9xtra taxation,
time on a   visil   to her mother, Mrs. \  numbei        them are  putting their
M.  M   English,  and  her  brother, I);-. ������., , ���. - igether with a view to making
English,  a-     ���   Rossland,  who came ., vig0             test     ������ , ..  . elling out.
down   on   a   flying   trip   I i see   his m    ,  ���  ,..,. , laim tb     I  elr n nches
���: len Is and             i      ���   I         'ft for ���       assessed at a   i.i-.."    figure than
1 i mu yi ���. lay, - dug   >j  the flyer to the:   i ml 1 sell tor.
. ��� nttle,   A numbi    of friends \
: he stall in to sa    good  iye.
Fort Moody road have a rea! grievance ove;- the manner in which their
laxe^ have grown since last yeai'.
One man whose taxes on 60 acres lasi
year amounted to $12 i.s called upon
this year to paj $22, while his im-
n vements amount to $16.50, an I
- :. ������ people h i.e to face a similar
... i rani e.   The;   ha 1 un < hance to ap-
a . the;   ha i no noti in
.  re\ Islon being held, an 1 thej   .an-
; ,   v. h il    enefil -  the;   have   n
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
We Jon t charge extra for it. Our
contracts snow that we are masters���
thorough in every detail of work,
workmanship ana material.
HARDMAN & BRYSON
SEE  US BEFORE  YOU  LET YOUR   WORK.
WHERE TO BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINE,
AND   SUPPER   AFTER   THE    THEATRE
Kenny s Restaurant
Tne Most Up-to-Date Cafe
in New Westminster.
Something Worthy
of
ion
New dwelling, .s rooms, Sapperton,    Terms,   cash   $500        lance
Trice    $1,0.0
Dwelling and two lots, Third ave ; terms ol payment   iasy.   Price....$2SOU
Dwelling mew,, central.   Prii      $1,500
Dwelling  (new),  central   $1 "00
wstaBBSz&smr.TMvmek..
fheir works shallj/e
^ know them"
On the merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
P:
good time keepers and
T. R. PEARSON
Hiring ���      ��� ��� ������ an I    ... ...   from S
Thomps rn last Fridaj, an I driving
The regulai  mon i   etlng of the   .....       Vancouver, where he borrowed   Dwelling,  Blgbee street    $1.510
local council   i    .omei   wlll be held pn   $50 (rom the proprietor of Rose's lh    Boarding house on lease for Ave years.   Price     I      l
Mondaj in the hoard of trade room, , .,;;.. leaving the outfit a- secur-
0 3.30 o'clock, The meeting should iij, was ue eas, waj of making
have  convene 1   .1  nday,   Ocl    -.   bul   mono; ed hj a man who slgni I
was postponed until the I5tli inst., as inmsell J. H. Slimmer, and who It he-
several of the members were unable Ueved to be an adepl at anj klud ol
Lei be present. This i- a meeting of crooked work. After his horse had
Importance, and all ladles who are in- 1 een missing for a few days, Mr.
icresie.i in the Royal Columbian hos- 'phomps n began to gel anxious, as
, ial work are earnestly requested to summer bai said thai be would re-
attend, turn the same evening,   After making
enquiries here and In Vancouver, Mr.
Thompson finally roc.i'fd his hois.
and buggy in Rose's barn, where th"
owner was slill waiting for tiie plausible stranger to return with the bor-
, I rowel tttoney.    Mr. Thompson claimed
the How of soul which follows the
least of reason will also be of the
best. The programme will consist of
vocal and Instrumental selections, An
On Tues lay evening the congregation of w;. Barnab is' church will h ild
its annual Thanksgiving supper and
entertainment In the parish room. The
caterers have a raputatl in for putting
lip the choices!  meal in the clt
W. N. Draper THEY AIL COME BACK
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Wsstminster, B.C.
..ne who breal
lunches or dines at
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
jthe owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
|charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world.   They
not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
C. CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
orchestra will   be on hand to assist,
and Mrs.  I'agnnll and Miss Weart. will
contribute  vocal selections.
The winners in Ollley Bros.' coal
guessing contest have keen decided
upon as follows: The prize on lump
Nn. 1 has been claimed by Mrs. A.
Dean, of tttlB city, who guessed 1,878
lbs., while the weight of the lump was
i 1 383 lbs. The winner of the prize on
the second lump was Miss B, Camp-
tell, with a guess of 1,373 lbs., while
the  weight    was   onlv    three  poOnafc
I heavier, namely, 1,378 IDs,   Tlie pro-
the horse and had no difficulty in securing possession of It, and returned
to New Westminster yesterday afternoon. Mr. Rose will have to stand
the loas of his $60 unless he can find
the stini gentleman wh�� buncoed him,
nnd this Is uot an easy proposition.
CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
-AT--
GAMON^S
Columbia street.
Sprott - Shaw
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITICD
��� ;>; ii.i.. Ings St    West, Vani i iivei
Bookkeeping,   Gregg    at I    Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy an I  Enj li
tog.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five  Typewriters
STUDENTS ALWAYS IN DEMAND.
/?. J. SPROTT, B. A.
Principal
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, be      a
Everything is I
Everything is Well i oo
la er   hit [ i. Proi  , I'   Servei
'
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, im ludin        ' e with'
Cream,      -     -      J5c
12 to .: p r.i.: B to i i��.m.
1 .end Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Speoialtiea
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block,
Columbia St.
Proprietress.
_____ THE   DAILY, NEWS
BATURD.  .
Hard to Overcome.
"Tlier.-'s noti   ng -irong about him."
"Oh, 3 es, tbi re Is."
"What is it."
"Hla b.-b.i of <1 dug nothing."
Not So Cheap,
i. kiss,
Th.n   matfe  it   twice.
But lati :  "i.
He paid :he price.
PERT FARAGRAPHS.
Don't cultivate the acquaintance of a
doctor. He may in the goodness .���:' ' is
heart want to practice upon you.
A cold friend isn't acceptable even
on a hot day.
Nothing lacerates the self esteem of
a small minded man like having to admit that he i- in the wrong.
It depends upon whether ingratitude
is practiced by you or against you
whether it appears loathsome or uot.
i ha . _   ruoott
an? ��������> - Ifl
Hire some one to say good things
about you if you can't bear them In
nny other ..fly.
Nothing 1 urts a tyrant so ' >uch as a
dose of bis own medh Ine.
Taking the advice of all your friend,
is as perilous as having three doctors
when ymi are ill.
People who wear their dispositions
wrung side out are more peculiar than
pleasant.
The reputation of being a good fellow-
is pleasant, but you can't run a business without other capital.
'When a woman laughs at your
funny stories it is a pretty good sign
that she thinks you are easily flattered.
In bis efforts to do like father the
small boy often causes the father to
eat the fruit of a tar.ilv repentance.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at Sio per acre ior soit coal
and %20 for anthracite. Net more
th. n ..20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Per.-ns of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner 5 certincate is granted
for one or ire're years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $. ;C
per annum for an individual, and from
S50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free mine.-, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
s.-ime with two legal posts, bearing
location notice., one at each end of
the line of the lode, cr vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten m:ies
1 f a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every _d-
ditional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is S5
At least ".ioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
.500 has been expended or paid, the
i ator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, ; 1 I ase the land at
S.'.oo an acre.
Pi: mi sii n m y be granted by the
Min ster   . ���!   ti.':    Interioi    to   I
claim-      nl       ��� .-   ri n and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exec- ! 1 e 160 acres,
The   ; a :   f r  a  min ng 1     tioi
���'.������::  p   ���   le  for  the  payment    <l
'        It;   of - .  per cent, of the  salt -
of  th-  pr   Iuu :-  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N* W. T. excepting the Y ' n
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry .'���'���
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feel ' ng and extending between high
and low w-iter mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bark, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where .team
power is used claims 200 feet .vide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T.. excepting the Vukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of thc Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first y;ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
I      ' r mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims  shall  not   exceed   250   feet  in
length, measured on the base line ��"
ger.eral direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
jer>c feet. Aii other placer claims
shall be 250 feet -q.:are.
Claims are marked by two legai
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be .'btained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra cay allowed for each addi
tional ten miles cr fraction.
The pers-n or company staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate. ,
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feci in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall bf
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims only.
"Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ieet to the rights of al! persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings ,-r bench claim1, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water^
mark on each  alter:-...tire leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
Operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a per-on or company has
��� ined more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
ti. :i thereof i- sufficient, Rental, $10
ter annum for each mile of river
I-. -- ':. R yalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds Sio.ooo.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for 1 term of
20 years: also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
i=t day of August in the year of the
date cf the  lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
i'or each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental Sioo per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to tbe
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purdiase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same .reek, gulch or river, by-
giving notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on   any   other   line.      They   protect ,
their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���Al! unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve :"��� r an individual or company
having machinery on tbe land to be
pr< -; ��� :ted, an area of iqjo acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shal! not exceed three
til ���- the breadth. Should the pros-
pector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
Si an acre, and the remainder of the
tra :t reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be -rid at the rate of $3 an acre,
- :': ieet to royalty at such rate as may
be sptcmed by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
t e ri c r.
Der.t. Interior.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE &  EDMONDS. Barrls
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia   .'ree;.   New   Westminster
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
Mr. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
"' tor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building. Columbia street, opposi'e post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
MARTIN, WEART & McQ'JARRiE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Nev.- Westminster. Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 44.a Granville s'ree'.. J.seph Martin. K. C, ..
U*. Wean, W. (4. McQuarrie. H. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl be in th3
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barrle-
ters, solicitors, etc.. 4_ Lome
strei :. 0]; 1 site C .;' House, New
Westminster. A. '.'.'he 11. r, P.O. ' -���
1141.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
VS. MYERS GRAY. Barristi :. Solicil
..:: 1 N '��� ��� ��� Pu ii . ':; a iice since
i^'.l it N. ..' Westminste . B.C. I if-
Bees rem ved to Curtis Block, Clai k-
son street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Bi x 169.   '!'��� 1< phone 64.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room. City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte-.lv meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Whi"), Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. 4 A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p, m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, ��"0. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second  Tuesday  in  eac'i  month  in
Masonic Temple.
H
m.
Visit
ing  brethren  are   .ordlally  invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY. No.-459
R. B. K. of L, ii;'ers second and
fourth Friday of each month, at .
p, m.. in Orange hall, corner of
Royai avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    L". E.  Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1150
���Meets in Oranee hall first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias.
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
J.HENLEY
M 1 ��� fai turer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
O. 0, F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. S. J. May,
N. G.:   W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to att��end.
Lodge room. A. (i. 1*. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson Btreet, 0.
S. Conic in. recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Rose lie'.'ie.. meet.-. Second at.d
Fourth Wednesda; "f < .0 b na.; th
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia Sb. at
8 p. in., White Roi e l ii gi ��� ". Foui th
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stlnch-
combe, Pies., H. Disney, Secretar.
Family Trade a Specialty,
fei.  113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WES~MINSTER,   P.   C.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
COURT BRUNETTE. No. -1099, I.O.F.
��� Meets 'he Fourth Friday in the
month a' S o'clock', in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordlallv Invited to attend. !. Ii. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell. R. S.
Fi   ��� '
Cor. Pith  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 880S,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at * p. m. l'n Hie Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.|
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
All kinds of Ship repair-
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates^lpromptly furnished. ���:��� ���������^saisia
w. e.;emerson
Residence:
21 EIciMi, fl Heir YcsiiniESfcr, P.C
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Ceo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown.
Sec.
SON"* OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191,���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday ol every month in
K. of p, Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. ,1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Annual
Xmas
Drawin
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Com'y
Limited
PRIZE CONTEST
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
I Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box,
The first number drawn wins the first prize: the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate,
IMPORTANT-A11  holders   of  prize  coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company ���= Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
COLUMBIA    STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER PAY. CCT.  13,  10C6.
THE DAILY NEWS
J, C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
iber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,   J
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
'ARMERS ATTENTIGx*.!
iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
.phonel2. N;v  VV s; tnvn.ter
Royal Bank of Canada
'   le    e -:��� ' i -    START Now to - ive : -     mom
iti  n ill ue. er regi Peopli evi
sh ���..   for it
_\\\}. in iLLAR open - un   icco int.    Put I   in your pocket, it vi iroh
i hin .   ' .'  ONE DOLLAR ���      . ever;   week with us wlll In
|r- umo ml  to $604.50.   THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. 3 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES
FLOUR.
SEALED TENDERS  a --.  |  "In-
"l',;: s   of Pei i       ��� ittawa,"
and endorse ! ' Ten ler. fo F o it"
wiI1 be receive I intil M roday, 22n i
October, inclusive, from parties lesir
ous of contracting foi the - ipplj of
flour t ir twelve months ending 31st
October, Ifl ���:. for the undermentione I
penitentiaries, n imelj :
Kingston Penh nti
St. Vinceni   le Paul Penitentiarj
Dorchester Penitential
Manito ia Penitentiary.
British c.iluii. la  Penltenti ir;
Albei: i P -tr-. nti ir; . Edmonl n , Al
berta.
I' 'im- '.r tend     and Info n u    . a -
' form of com     i  will be fun     ed
"" applli ation to I   ��� Wai len
; aries
DOUGLAS SI EWAR
GEO.   ..    I: -. \\ SOX,
It.-a- ctn    of Peniti
iJi    ... ' ia'-:.'  .
A  New Puzile.
The accompanying picture almost
explains itself!. It is a round wooden tray, with a rim about half an
inch in height and four pairs
rai.oil partitions arranged in the
form of a cross, with their openings
toward the center.
In the tray are  four pellets  or
very small marbles, and the puzzle
Humor and Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
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Ik   '
PERI   PARAGRAPHS.
Perhaps there Is nobo ly p trfect, but
if so, there are a  lot of badly fooled
I pie In th" world.
The luxuries that we haven't got
seem to cause more distress than any
thing else,
.V positive per.on lows tolerance���in
other people.
( THE  fitKi-JK >U'T/
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WESTMINS.EK   bKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
ank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED V&\t.
Incorporated    by   act   of   parliament
|AL (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
IVK FUND $10,000,000
Rt Hon. Lord Strathcona au 1   Mount   Royal,    (I.   C.   M.
G   Honorary President
Hon,   Sir   ll.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager.
fneral banking business transacted.
inches ia all the principal cities in Canada, in  London, Eng., Xew
Chicago, an.l St. John's Nfl 1.. and correspondents in all parts of the
iAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
iadian Bank of Commerce
ip Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
\I.KKR,  General Manager. ALEX, LAIRD, Asst, Gen'l Manager.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
1-    Sou      Pa I. ���   .. 1       a   :. Xew
Wi     a In.tei  Sub irbs.
A certifiea i in lefi isi , tl e to
'a.- a .ii." n e t; will be Issue i to
the Brunei ������ s , t mill Company, I.ini-
: e i Liabilit; . on -ii" ir-h day of \n-
vember, 1906, unless in the meantime
a vuli.1 objection thereto be tn ide to
i.i" in writing by a person or persons
claiming an .-��� I ite or interesl therein,
or in an.-,  pari I hereof.
C. S. KEITH,
Dist iei Registrar of Titles.
Land Registi . Office, New West-
..���'���:. '  ;���. :, .'.. Oct. 10, 1906.
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 ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, IM.
CROSS and rr.i.nrrs.
is to work one marble inlo eacli
compartment.
Jl !<".!,��� simple and eas\. Imt I ry
it ami -.a. wImt skillful handling \<
necessary to do il. V.m could
amuse ii r lomful "f prop].' .iii entire
evening with it.
An} ingei ious boy can make tin'
apparatus. A wooden tray may ho
hnd at ii house furnishing store, ami
the  partitions  aro  easily glued   in
place.
The Queen's   Mistake.
Princess Ena, now Queen Victoria of Spain, wore pearls on her
wedding day, She made a great
mistake. Pearls worn at a wedding
mean tears are to he sited through
the married state, so runs the Spanish proverb.
A Curveless  Road.
The longest stretch of railway
without a curve is 'ill miles, from
Buenos Ayres to the foot of the
Andes, on tlie new Argentine Prt-
cilie railway.
The Business Bee.
Now,   ynu  think,  boys and  girls,   I mtp.
p. is,..
That :i bee is a gay little rover
That lazily goes
From   lily  to rose
Antl Idles about ln tho clover.
But I really am busy all day,
For I'm not such a vagabond feUow.
You may eall  it Just play,
But I'm  working away
To pay for my coat brown ami yeUow.
Though the secret you new. might gtieM,
Yet this roving ami sipping of honey
Means business; oh, yes,
For lt means nothing less
'���"han a bee's way of malting hon.yl
-^'���.hlfceton 8*i*.
Proves It.
"Do you believe in luck?"
"Xo."
"Then you are lucky."
The "easy payment" plan was name I
by   Bome   on.,   who   had   never  trie
buying things thai way.
Some girls plum., themselves wonder
fully on escaping i. sing engaged during
the summer season; it is so common,
you know.
Il is truly s:iil when a man is I.e..'
some because other p.Mple are purlieu
Iar.
Some people grumble at the heat to
keep in practice so that ihey can kick
gloriously at U jld.
There is more pure punishment to the
human rue., in a mosquito, rated at the
square inch, than ia any other created
thing.
Alone.
Slowly he walked trom room to room,
Slowly he climbed the stair.
Gazed   on   the  buds   that   had   lost   their
bloom.
Gazed on the vacant chair.
No one to reach for his pocketbook,
No one to call him down.
No one to give him a pleasant look���
Wide was out ..f town.
Nothing about t: - house looked right,
Nothing was .,   .   ���  in pi
Really the rooms  . are an awful sight,
Verging upon disgrace.
Sweeping Beemed here a long lost art,
Pictures with dust were brown;
Everything  looked  indeed the part���
Wide Wiis out of town.
Yes; it was tine for a day or two,
Not to be bossed about,
But ere the first long week was through
Novelty  all  wore out.
Out with the boys all night had lost
Charms that it held of old;
Fun once furious now was a frost
With no one at home to scold.
Why did he wear a smile as long
As a bill for a brand new dress?
Why did he warble a lender song?
ll.t you could never guess,
Well,   it's simple as  Mary's  lamb.
Easy enough, you wlll say.
He had received a telegram
She would be home next day.
Maple   Ridge   Municipality.
'! he ri gula    meeting o i    in n
a      eld Sa Oct. 6.
.  mli ..: Ions -
P. So iter, ro
tary and
ture,   :e   i he u ir ��� -    of  powder;
��� ���"in freigli .- C.P.R. :������ freight
on a.T\ ler; from C. E. Holt, 1
' "   llim-ii   road;   t'i ���:���:    ....   u   aow-
a :_;::,   : eceip     ot    le loslts   : '    the
amounl ol $1,543 ''1: from Mr. Kenn ..
reporting for '!:.��� medical health o
i. r, on condition ot' schools, etc
In repl. io a communication fro .
Mr. Keefer. resldenl engineer, handing over iiu- wharves at. Whonnock
iin.I Hammond to the municipality,
an.l requesting thai they he taken
charge of and kept in proper order,
the clerk was Instructed to write refusing 'he offer "���' transfer.
11. Ferguson .. ��� - granted thirty
;a\s' extension nl time for ihe com-
, I .tion of his c iw. a, ;r Ka:ia it
i-i eek.
The following ii. c . ini - were order-
i ���!  paid;   E   Pope,   . ;:   C,  Daveni  i t,
r>0c; T. Haney, J2.50; 0   Him h, $2;  H.
.  sell, 50c;  W. Baiilie, 7'..-: .1. Mi,a- .
': *"i   I;   st phi ns,   ".22.50;   F.   West,
111);     R.   Blake,    $14;     A    (Jilc irl -
S__.50;   .1    .1    We     e ���,  $5:1.50;   E. W.
kett, - aiiii    and  -  in    -  $29.1";  E.
ird,   iiii I;   .!    M    Dale,   .1;  Colum-
.1.. ..I..".ii; Bruneti i s Al. Co . $67.1.6;
il Ferguson, $23; \v. Ritchie, $1.50;
a Webber, 25c; F R ��� Icliffe, 25c; 0.
! i   ksb ler, $1.50.
t ii lers loi- powder house were laid
over until < Ict. 1  .
'��� 'ouncil then ... ji ned to mei I (ict.
1 ! .11  1   p.m.
Explained.
"Papa, what is :i bookmaker?"        *
"(ine   who   unmakes   pocketbooks,
dauehter."
Something to Learn,
"I understand he is going farming
next year.   Does he know all nbout it?"
���-.Not yel. Why, he thinks Ihat the
way they raise a garden is by putting
jack screws under it and giving theni
a few twists "
The school   loard mei Oct. ���".
'i'i istee Ferguson v. . - authorize 1 to
purchase wood needed lot- East Hauey
school.
Permission was granted Rev. Mr.
Turner to hoi 1 service in Webster
I'or;..';���  school.
Secretary reported necessary repairs on Whonnock mi Stave River
schools arranged for.
Tlie superintendent of education
wrote that no money was al present
available for new school at Whonnock, but. advising that trustees select
a site pending an appropriation.
A number of small accounts were
ordered paid.
The boundary line between Wards
1 and 2 was changed so as to include
the whole of lo' 267 in Ward 1. The
Real of Trustee Lee was declare.1 vacant, through his absence, ..:. I ;^.
election ordered to fill the vacancy.
Nomination Oct. 17 at. municipal hall,
and poll, ii' necessary, Oct. 20, al
Hanimound hall, municipal hall an I
Whonnock school house; E. W. Bei
kett, returning officer. The board
then adjourned.
Heavy Snow Storm.
Strathroy, Out. Oc; 12.���This locality was visited to-day b me of the
most destructive snow storms ever
known here. Full., 16 inches of sn >w
fell,    Many fruit trees  Were destroyed.
tANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL   BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED,
FARMERS'  BANKING,
facility   afforded   Farmers   for   their  banking   business.     Sales   Notes
|ried   or  taken   far  collection.
"iKING   HV   MAll.   Deposits   maj he .'.ale or withdrawn ob) mail.
iwn accounts  receive ever,   a 'etition.
EW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. K  DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Shingle and Saw
Mill   Machinery
IE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
mmmk
Rubber Footwear i
and Waterproof Boots
Now is the time to catch a cold if you haven't footwear that is
waterproof.   Our stock is now complete.   The shoe to
keep your feet dry is
"The Doctor Special"
This shoe needs no introduction, it having given entire satisfaction
to its large number of wearers.
Ask for it.   Insist on having it.   And don't go without it.
i
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1
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers of
Jhow Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
he Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL C.
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As for Rubbers:   The "Maple Leafs" are the best.   Sold only by
W. E. SINCLAIR, Reliable Shoe Store
J
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THE DAILY   NEWS
SATURDAY. OCT
III I
>
Public Supply Stores
COWAN'S PERECTION COCOA
FREE DEMONSTRATION by Mrs. Lloyd.
All are invited.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
CHEAP   FUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
Pheasant Shooting
on the 15th
We can supply you with the
well known
Amberite Cartridge
Also Shooting Coats and
Vests.  Call and examine
our goods.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
M. BELYEA & CO,
i
Telephone    ISO.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Mu_r&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.  - ������ ��� B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all hinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Souvenirs!
Post Cards!
ANY AMOUNT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
CHURCH SERVICES.
St. Paul's cathedral���Rev. A. Shil-
drick, rector. Holy Communion, S a.
;n.; Matins, Litany and Sermon, 11
ii iii.; Sunday school, _.:i"; Evensong
und sermon, 7 p.m.; daily service at
11.30 a.m. und o p.m extent on Friday,
v. hen Evensong i.s said at 7.30. Holy
Communion on every Thursday and
saint's day at 8 a.m. Choir practice
(i'i Friday after Evensong.
Si. Barnabas���Re-,. C. W. Housh-
ton, rector. Special harvest thanksgiving services. Holy communion at
8 a.m. Morning Prayer and sermon,
11 a.m. Evening Prayer and sermon
a' 7 p.m. The evening service will be
conducted by Rev. Mr. Sovereign, uf
Christ church. Vancouver. Bible class,
_ p.m ; Sunday school, 3 p.m.; bap-
tisms lifter Sunday school; choir practice, Friday, S p.m.
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Hev. A. Ue B. Owen, rector.
Divine worship. Sunday, 11 a.m. and
7 j.m.; Sunday school, ..IHO p.m.;
prayer meeting, Thursday, s p.m, All
are welcome.
Queen's avenue Methodist���Rev. W.
il Barraclough, pastor. Services,
San lay. 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school, 2.30 p.m.; prayer meeting,
Thursday, 8 pm.; Epworth league,
Monday, S p.m.
West End Methodist ��� Sunday ser-
vices, 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school, 2.30 p.m. Rev. (I. W. Deans
will occupy the pulpil ;.t both servile.s
Olivet Baptist, church���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preaohing Sunday
u; 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday school
and Hi hie class at 2.30 p.m Monday
evening the young people will give a
social at Ur Davies', Third avenue and
Fifth street. Midweek prayer meeting]
ing on Wednesday evening at 8.   Sub
ject of sermon foi Sunday morning,
"Heavenly Citizenship"! evening,
"Harnessed Powei."
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. .1.
E Henderson, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a.m. ami 7 p.m.; Christian
Endeavor, Monday, S p.m.; Sunday
morning the pulpit will be occupied
by Rev. (.'. 0. Main. B.U., late of White
Horse, Yukon, who has been called to
the pastorate of t.he Central Park
Presbyterian church. The pastor will
preach in the evening on the subject.
"Christian Motives."
West Presbyterian���Rev. T. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., minister.
Services 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class. 2.30 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday. 8 p.m..
Sunday morning subject, "The Love
O'' Christ"; evening, "A Free Salvation." The Sacrament of the Lord's
Supper will be dispensed at the morning service.
Knox church, Sapperton���Rev. D.
McKenzie, B.A., pastor. Services. 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school and
Bible class, 2.30 p.m.; meeting ofY.P.
S.C.E. immediately nf ter the evening
service. Morning subject., "The Living Redeemer"; evening, "Wha: it
Means to be Found of God."
St. Peter's cathedral (Roman Catholic i���Sermon at 7.3b p.m.; subject,
'The Historical Aspect of lhe Devotion to the B. V. M.," by Rev. Father
Lardou, O.M.I. Benediction; solo.
"Ave Maria" (Mascagni), by Miss A.
Lavery; trio, "Ave Verum" (Merca-
dainei. by Miss Lewis, Messrs. M.
Koran ami .1. Bilodeau.
ADVANCE FASHION HINTS.
Some of Ihr >ew Autumn IU.-io�� That
Are �� rrtaln lo Prevail.
A peep inlo one ol* the bouses where
they are now preparing the gowns aud
wraps that w.- are to wear during tbe
early,   and   perhaps   late,  days   of  th''
.fall shows some very handsome ideas
iu light cloth ami oilier materials, such
as popliu and many different kinds of
mohair. Some of this is plaid in
shadowy designs, some oul on the
straight' and some for skirts cut ou th"
j bins, which makes it look  very  wejl.
j especially when it is accordion plaited.
The plaiting naturally is of the same
width all the way. but the upper por-
Uou of tbe skirt is held in oloser to the
belt, s i ii falls widely at the foot, it
is :i favorite style with quite young
ladii s, and in some cases Ihere is ii
coat, a blouse or a short empire all.
whii ii il would be difficult to uani"
properly, it Is a short coat, with l!���������
waist line drawn across the back
tlie form of a   belt  jusi   below   lbe
Shoulder   blade--.     This   belt   is   of   the
same materia] as the rest of the cos
tlllne. and this is plaid. They are ail
open in front over an Inner waist of
some kind, mid have rovers and thn
collars  more or les.   ornate.    'He-  V. ;���
handsome suit bad the skirl nu quite
long Loth front : nd back and madi
entirely plain, v\ ith the plaid cut < u
lhe Straight, 'lhi' skirt, thus long a:. .
clinging, made lhe short waisted c-Oilt
but tlie more remarkable.
There are several ways of flnishiu
off these coals. Some have absolute!.'
no trimming, the plaid being cousldero
quite    enough    iu    itself,    while    othe
have the collar or revers covered with
| luce and  tine colored  braid, and  bavi
long  sleeves.     Bul   nt   the   present   li. I
ment the elbow sleeve seems In be tla
' best liked anil it will doubtless bl
i worn far into, if not entirely through,
tlie winter.    1 should bave mentioned
tlie fact that these empire coats ar.
considerably shorter in the back lhan
iu front and witb the sh irt waisted effect, both front and back, they art
superlatively ugly and will become tin
rage, if we can judge by past follies ol
womankind in general. The shadow
plaids, as well ss those with u distincl
pattern, are seen also iu silks. 1 saw
one really beautiful plaid silk dr. s.
The plaids were large, nearly Ihrei
inches square, the large lines beilip
black while the rest was a s ift I.i I
green and a delicate drab, almost whiti
in each lower corner, The dress was
made with a princess back, and a plus
trou effect all the way down ill front,
starting from the bust line, where lace
filled in the square cut bodice, forming
a high collar of the laee. There wen
right fancy gold buttons, two at the
neck and two at tlie waist on each sidi
tbe  front.    There  were tucked  elbow
More
Ready-to-Wear
London, Oct. la.���The correspondent
of the Morning Post al Shanghai
cables that the government has sent
circulars to the custcms taotais, stating that t.he appointment of new cus- [
toms commissioners makes no change
in the duties of the controller's staff.
Some change in the customs arrangements may be made, Ic w. ver. when
tho British ami German loans for the
payment of the inb mnitj exj.ii i .
Accident
Insurance
The Most Liberal Policies
covering all occupations
DOUBLE INDEMNITY
For Tram and Railroad
Accidents.
Canadian Casualty and
Boiler Insurance Co.
WHITE & SHILES, Agcits
26C Columbia St.
Phone 85.
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS���It is impossible to exaggerate the
future possibilities of this Lulu Island land as an
investment. Our words and phrases may seem
exaggerated to many, but the only way you can
fully appreciate this property is to allow us to
show you over it.
FIVE ACRES
Will keep a horse, cow and poultry, besides producing a*crop of 11000.00 annually.
ONE CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND.
$175
SECURES ONE OF THESE LOTS.
N. B.   Come in to-day���the choicest selections are
being taken.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Insurance Loans
Real Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New  Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
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UNDIKTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. TALES,
{���!   Till and 71s Columbia St. 'IFour Floors.     Rear Extension, FrontStn
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Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams & Deans
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I'l.Alli SILK DOWN.
sleeves,   a i,laci; velvet belt and two
straps down the sides of the neck ,'iivi
it  distinction.    Another  pretty   funej
had the sliirt cut on the straight of tin
plaid and down each seam a wide slrii|
ol' the same u Is cut on lh'- true Mas
and sewed down flat, It gave a verj
Blender effect, It was worn with a
while silk waUl and a jacket of tin
some was cul iu a modified reefer.
Silks for tin' coming seasons will 1 ,
much heavier for really good wear
Blaek is. and always will anil should
be, the favorite.   Tiie American silk.
. for fall are firm, rich and durable.
Another thing I noticed is tlie re
turn of the shoulder cape as a novelty.
It Is soiiie fifteen years since women
; wore the little shoulder enpes wilh the
high rolling Medici collars. Hut these
Shown now have collars, revers or s'un-
. pie flat trimming nround the neck nm!
; down the front. Some have the fronts
rounded and some are made wilh Hie
[ fronts  extending to a   long point   on j
eacb  side.    Some fasten   with  hul Ion
'and loops and others are lied al Ilie
neck   wilh  a   how   wilh   long  ends  ol'
, ribbon to match.
Another   pretty  device   for   die  en-
, hnnceinciil of fpminiiie charm is lh.
toque bonnet,    i  saw perhaps sovoii
: hundred of aii imaginable material,
and all kinds of trimming, hut th ���
prettiest ami those whi.-li I am su:' ���
will prove Hie most becoming are mudi
of roses composed of silk ribbon.
These roses are quite large in froi'l
and diminish in size as they reach H���.
back. The crowns are of anything yon
like, from laee to leather, The 'big
afgrets nre much in evidence, but they
are made of peacock plumes, out out
k�� n. to gain a lighter appearance.
Roses are the only flowers suitable for
; those ionics, OLIVE HARPER,
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Btatlons will run every halt-
hour from 5:50 a. in. io 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:30 ami 8:30
;i. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service from
6.30 a. in. to  11  p, in.
20 Minute Service���.No transfer.
I iei wen ]_ and L' and a and 7.
30 Minute Service during *J
malnder ot day. lian^ra.,
Leopold fiace.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly "*|
tween   .   a.  tn.  and   1" I1 BJ
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line��� la M|nUt,e S!jji
vice, except between : |
_, and a and 7, during * i
hours tne service ��11'
half-hourly.
Sunday Service Hair-r.'tiiriy >*J
tween 8 a.  m. and 1' !'��� ffl' '
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
FOR STOCK RAISERS
ii
WE HAVE A FULL
Root Pulpers and SM
StrawCutter,GrainGrrf
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above niaj
ines include Fleury's, CocksK
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co
wai
uestfj
Limited

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