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VOL'mk i
, NUMBER 1!>'n;
TMIN^KJ^K (
ITESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER Ki, _90<;
10 CENTS PER WEEK
MAYOR BUSCOMBE
STANDS ON GUARD
No Mwe Hindus Will  Be   Allowed   to   Enter Vancouver
| City   Unless   By   Order   of   the   Courts
of Law.
��
Vancoav
under i��"
'���' com&i. ;��� .'
l; guardlaf '
immignUl"
b wattiftcmt
the Hiatal
objectk*
has retch*
tiouble.ili'
_^tbe Chi^
"*"���- anticiptWd
B_��y*Hti��f
clflc nil*
wil) Mt  I
India. >
until
B.C., Oc1
tions fri ;i
V ini Oliver
If,.���A: ting
Mayor Bus-
police    are
:i
I    uin . a  _   vernment s
a   shed    on the
,  preven   the  landing ot
iw held there.   The loca:
iln-   Hindu   Immigration
be :a ii" stage here, ami
ir in tiiat  which  marked
lots several . '-ars ago is
by    many    people.    Tin'
utifli 1 the Canadian  Pa*
authorities tha:  tiie city
mil  any  additional   East
save tbe   'I' lentlon shed
iance i-  reci ive 1 ilia:  they
. aa- a  charge   upon   tlie
iyoi 3ays In- dally bas ap-
��� :���   aid    from    scores    of
1 fficei. and nol  ihi     ity,
1.1 pass upon thi        > .
Ottawa,   (.)<���:. 1   ��� ..
of trade and commerci    ���
;: com;.lain:   from  thi nlal office,
which was to;''.- n-ded m Brit
��� -h   Columbia,   ,,-.  usi       ���     nflux ol
l-.'asi   Indians.     . I        .,.:,���< ���
t'.ins in Vancouvi r inl'01 a,- the d< ..."
1.icnt   thai    arrivals    to  date    :
1,480.
WAR STORES SCANDALS
London, Oct. 15.��� The war office issued to-day its ���
decision in the case of officers involved in the South J
African War stores scandals. Genera! Sir Neville
Gerald Lyttleton, chief of the general staff and first
military member of the army council, is completely
exonerated, Secretary of War Haldane and the army
council concluding that it was impossible for General
Lyttleton to supervise the system of supply while
commanding the troops.
Several officers were censured and others retired
with and without the pay allowed retired officers.
Many others are exonerated and restored to service.
EXPLOSION KILLS
I TWENTY-FIVE MEN
Frightful Explosion  At Wingate   Colliery, Near   Durham,
England,   Results   In   Serious   Loss   of
Life.
J
Sari Accident.
Montreal, oc. 15.���Two chii Iren ol
Alfred Godl out, X mv< le, Qui . wen
diowned Satui laj ��� .��� ning :.��� aa Mc-
Ki'iin'.s mill, while . -- ng Sti wi I
i'liiok in .j-aia ':, ol -ows. A hi av>
freshel bad raisi I thi ��� . i nd in
ittempting   to   wade   it   Ihe  < hii Iren
31'
ly here, and who are in   were carried away
���������ii litlon.   The    steamer
ipan broughl in over one
lus this afternoon,  none
I   to   land,    .lust    what
has rn take this stand
iiu   subject of legal con- ���
as migh! is righl  before
in to the courts, the po-
,bly have things all their
the  time  being.    It   is
ie one hand that the im-
Still a   Mystery.
Q a ; ' c,  Oct.   ."     The jurj   in  the
Cowan   manslaughte       ������   on   Si Iui
lay broughl in a verdict oi not guilty,
and the pi Isoner was di i hai _��� d. Fail-
IM'l
edy of last July al  Louisi   bas
a mystery.
Bank of Montreal
Assumes Liability
;.���E.
ol
in
i 01 into, Oct. l
::��� neral manage:
M  nl ea .   ai rivi i
moi ning I i . ���      nallj  . ttend negotia'
��� ��� il      ' ml. assumes lia
��� iiities  an i  ta es  over  a portion  oi
thi    assets  of  the  Ontario   bank.    A
meeting i.t whicli negotiations are ex1
.pected   to  be  completed takes   plaei.
jthis  afternoon.
R.  R.   Cockburn,   president   of   the
S.  Clouston,   with a  stamp  ol  thai  bank, and  as
the Bank   of  ''���;<':'1 Ontario bank depositor came .;:)
Toronto   thi.   ,!"   cIerh    asked   l0    be   al,0W6d   ,;'
stamp the deposit book with the name
of the  Bank   ol   Montreal.    In  mosl
cases  this   satisfied    thi    di ; ositoi 3
Withdrawals   of deposits   of the On-'
tario bank and branches on Sat unlay
amounted to $140,000.    At  the c-lear-
ing  house this   morning   the  Ontario*
bank's debil was $700,1  and its crej
iiii   ..i,un.inui.    Tiie Bank   of  Mont real
���    contains    no    clans. Th<" Fatal Grade Crossing.
iinr the city to prevent      Camden,   N.J., Oct.   15.���Three for-
T'lii spreading   through eigners  were killed   and   two   others
ie  act  says no  indigent probably   fatally injured   In   a   grade   those who cami
o be admitted, but  it  i* crossing accident on the Reading rail
! ���    ::.!��� .: me a'ai' health road bere to-day
Ontario bank, stated -his morningthat sent over legal lender for the balance.
an expert would be broughl in to ex- McGill. general manager of the On-
':- ''"'  Mi*. M <;ii:'s books. tario bank, admits a shortage of $1,-'
This morning there was a slight run   250,   A director say-- McGill's oper"
the Ontario bank, aliens ran the gamut   of  some of the
money being all most  speculative  sto !<    on the N< W
irs. Outside of each bank York market, and  were even carried'
-      I a clerk of lhi   Hair: of Montreal Into the wheat pit of Chicago.
ii.   lain,  Eng., Oct.   15.���An   explo
-   in .     ine.I iii tlie Wingate i oilier),
ia .a. ai  aboul  midnight, resull
ing i:i ovei  200 men being entombed.
S   :.���  ' : these are believed to be safe
i ���    : a: i of ibe colliery.   l'|i to
io ...   |i   .. ten im iiia-. li.nl been recov
. .' I
S< ���������: al  minei a  have  been  broughl
...       a. ..;.������ por-inn ui  :in   col-
.    ��� bile 11 were liberated from anothei .   li a- expected that the n;_ men
which  it  is now  announced  are cm..
.��� !   lii  a  lower main   will  ae safely
ri ighl  ' i;  before night.   Thej  have
signa ������  i  that they aie all  right, ami
are net   ci nsldered  to  Sr in danger.
The :��� :..l number ut deaths from the
exp   -i'ii. which was apparently caused ���'.. fire   lamp, is _7i.
;..,;��� . -As a i-i -,iii  ol tiie explosion .
25 minei s were killed an 1 _'' I are i a-
��� mi' ei   temporarily.    I;   is  fortunate
��� hal i i.i ��� a small portion ol the 2,000
men employed in tbe mine were down
in th. mine when the explosion occurred.
The cause is Supposed to have been
lire damp, 'l'lie explosion was one of
terrific force, ami in Wingate town
many windows  are broken.   Immedi-1
asti r to I e worse I han subsequently
��� was found to be tbe disc, ai daylight signals Ini'! been exchanged wiib
:ln' bottom Beam, where a majority
���if tie' men were entombed, to the effect that tbey were safe, and with
this message a souse of relief passed
o'er lbe crowd of anxious relatives
waiting at the mouth. As lhe morn
lag advanced the bodies m tho dead
ii'i'ti slowly were brought up. 'I'be
flrsl dead to appear were mostly men
who had been employed as shifters
an I stone men. The work of rescue
was continued throughoul the day.
Eighty men were brought out alive.
Many of these, however, were in a
criiical condition and unconscious.
Later, supplies of coflee and sandwiches were passed in to those still
entombed.   At a hue hour to-night, io
tin'   joy   of their   relatives,   four   men
were brought uu from the lower seam
where tin deaths hail occurred. These
men had been reckoned among the
dead. Although tbey were exhausted,
I they will probably recover. The shaft
slill is blocked wilh wreckage, but lbe
ventilation i.s good, and il is hoped
that all the entombed men will be rescued during the night.
ately :b" news of the disaster became
known, crowds of half-clad persons
wire rushing toward the mine, and
there were heartrending scenes at the
mouth ct the i'i; among those whese
loved ��� :n ��� ere below.
The firsl report represented the dls-
-o-
Distinguished Visitor.
Boston, Oct. 16.���Sir William Henry
Perkins, the English scientist, left today for Washington. The party will
.uter visit Niagara Falls, Montreal,
Quebec and other places in Canada.
OF WOMEN
EFIT THE HOSPITALS
to
sa Rco:n Gives Good Sinn
'���High Tea and Sale
'crk  to  be   Held.
*m
lei
tied
to
���y
xhii
ory,
banl
"elp
ith
im
mi
*m
:es
���J
'(_:
I the  recent   exhibit! n,   ior   fruit   and
garden produce;  Mr. Moore, manager!
"I   the   Olds,   Alta.,   ��� it,   also   for
trull and vegeota lies; Supi 'intend* i
Chapman, of the Ag: ssiz i xp< rimental
farm, for the emir, sl k oi fruil and
vegetables which fi med the exhibit
ol tlie farm; T. E. Li Iner, of Ladner,
for vegetables,
  After   some  dis, iss    n   it   was   decided   to  once  in  .. I  a   high   ten
hi   order of   the  day   .���,,, s|lU. (lf  worj.  .,,  .,   ,,,,,,,. (f rj,is.
eetlng   ol   the   local   ing   hospital   funds,     'ilie  event   will
..;   ini 1  yesterday  af- take   place   some   time in   February
board of  trade  room,   i.(���������,:, and a stn nittei   was ap-
iei   oi ladies wero   |>ointed   to  take   ip    he   matter  witb
part in their monthly   the different churches and church or-
.( .a:,   pn   I ii in,  .'ecu-  ganizations. The folic.wing ladies were
hofli.;��� a' th." head of  chosen to act in the matter;
report  of  work  done      s:.  Andrew's  Presbyterian ���  Mrs.
ring   ihe   provincial   Rothwell ami another.
��� :   o be verj satisfac      Queen's   avenue   Methodisl ���  Mrs.
.  words, Mrs. Levar   Lawrence and Mrs. Walker.
Holy Trinity-Mis-    _rmstrong  and
Mrs, Dockrill
Olivet   Baptisi     -  Mis.  Lusby  am.
Mrs, Anderson,
ni.ms of thanks   were      si. Barnabas���Mrs. Tidy.
'    evera)  firms ami  in-      West  Presbyterian���Mrs. Briggs.
.isted in  various       Catholic  church    Mrs.  Ed.  Goulet
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McBKIDE PREFERS
GRIEVANCE TO CASK
BASEBALL CLU) ONCE FAMOUS LADY GALLANT RESCUE
PROPOSES A SMOKER        NOW NEAR TO DEATH AT NIAGARA'S BRINK
ffen in societies for the
rendered in connection
room o,K rated  bv  thu
That
is   the   Way    They   Have    Our
First Minister Sized Up
at  Ottawa.
Knights   cf   the    Diamond    Intend   to    Mrs.   Jefferson   Davis   Lay   at   Death's   Party  in  Disabled   Launch  Are  Saved
Hold   a   Most   Attractive Door in New York Last From an Appalling
Weed Feast.
i
ISff:
iking ih" audi i taking a.
hanks were extended to
���stminstei creamery for a
���'. given through the m��-
manager, C,  M.  Averill;
.'allcouv 1.    for    ii     gift      of
- :   M. &   11.  Smith, Vic-
bisi lite;    M.   Malkin,
igar;   Mi.  Petei  . of
��� ���   'ei and coffee;  .1. Lo?
and     roam;    Qillej
,Li��l
1
-*4
[$:
���OF
licefl
Scholarship for  Columbian  Coll-ege.
The fi-, st schi ii ; ship i stabll he I ln
connection with Columbian college
will be available fi i the s tu b pts of
this year, and will e d( l( rnilm I n .
ciading to the . \ ii.iiii ��� lon r< suits ti
June,  1901     Tii holarsbip is  thn
gil   of Rev. !���:. W, SI i   . ford, B.A.,   il
ian!   '     a a'    ' i rial'   To onto, a  ruembi r of 1 he ll. C. oi n
 lishi - :   .' rence, ami is i   ti   .   bed in hon
-r,   ���: .   [gi    ..���   chairs,  l'i" father, the lute Edmund E. 9   i i
i extended to  ford,  of   St.   Catharines,   om.    Tte
Br lad,   Pearce   ami   War-  scholarship will he known as tin- "Ed-
:.. interest thej   look ami  mund E. Stapleford scholarship," and
i.l   i,   .,.. ihe exhibi-   Ij appointed to the class in English
of iho flrsl year ia arts,   The value of
it ���>  daring   the   the  same  is a.   least   twenty   dollars a
the lair was $613.20;  ex-   year, and will take the form of a dontf-
"int''I   tn  $235,   leaving a  timi in books selected  bj   the  ...lege
hand ot $378.20.   of  this  faculty,
iin was voted to the Royal
hospital, the remainder be-
l  for the purpose of pro-
[ll ' ne    fur   |, a   rooms    for
Balloon   Race.
(let.  15.���Fourteen
pi' thanks was passed by the
um
nk���*'
r
nors- tiji
Berlin,  (let.   15.- F mrteen   ot   the
seventeen balloon.-' which started from
T' gei. near  here,  y< sti rday,  in  ihr
|ixlllary ot the Hospital Aid  race foi  Emperor William's cup. have
terday afternoon in recog-  been reported landed.
e sum of $19 received from     Only the Hekios, Vienna club, in.
toward the hospital funds  Schleer, aeronaut;  ibe Schlnke, Mu-
ned from their coal guess-  iilch. Air Navigation club, Iir. Emden,
t  at  the recent  exhibition,  ami  iho  Franklin,  Prankish   Airship
'iin-'.' amounl  wenl  to St.iclui>, Carl Herscbetter, have nol  been
tai. heard  from.    ll. appears to be certain
enrolled J, Reichenbach  a; ihis  moment  thai   ihe  Ernst,  ibe
ii. Davidson as honorary  smallest   of  Hie  balloons,  080  cubic
"'"  "oclely, and sen: le'-  metres, Berlin   _ii  Navigation
ti   'I." following lis! of Dr, Brockelmann, has won the contest,
:��� :ii   Mr.   Porte, a�� ii  landed  at   Brieg,  Austria,  200
���" Strathconn exhibit atlirlJet) away.
Ottawa, Oct. 15.���Tbe Dominion will
ha.."       ......  $2,374,00S under the new
- .   .id; :���- emenl to tbe provinces.
11   this am   i llish Columbia will
-��� ��� ���'. '.. 100 annually over wlial Bhe
now "..ives. xhe official records
show that the extra subsidy to British
i i ii a v.i.s voted after McBride lefl
Lhe ."���'' Premier Roblin brought
him back, il the B. C. man refused
to negotiate and left  i'or good.    The
'\:::i   SUbsidj   was   given   liritish   Columbia a! ill'1 request of the Dominion
ministers.
McBride was . sked if lie would ac-
���   '  $30,    ������:    ei petuity and $40,000
......   fo    ��� a , ears, as something
io begin with, so thai  ihe conference
...il.l deal intelligently with ihe matter,   I ui   McBi i.i     .ti ..I   nm   consider
proposition.    The only proposition
,\ ai ii McBridi    : Id   lefore the confer-
���   .vas iiia; in regard to arbitration,
i   ...        . ���   lal   i i "iiiieis  voted
..an         .1       -, t   ; t ,���:... sai,I or
lone ' -  him .\ u ol an Informal character.    \-   ���'��� i   ���   ��� -lid ai th" confer
ill   ���    |i T . Iii i   frank nor
Itratlon    u -e'1 Ung
. a- dispute  in
his c          /li     ��      ���'   nted wa- some
late,    :' .mi  ihe procei d
,    .  . ic  would  ilritii.   that   McBride
ed hi   '"    ���  '''   to cash, and
ii a $100,1  was moved for bj Whit-
a.     ,   hi     li-.. aaeal'ed.
 0���	
Brouwer Murder Trial.
Tom's River, N.J., Oct. 1*5.- Dr.
Frank L. Brouwer, on trial for ihe
murder of his wife, tool; the witness
stand to-day ami broke down ��md
sobbed while testifying. Later lie reci v red  himself and   was   examined
i .os' 1;..     He  denied   that   he   had  toh'i
hh- sister-in-law, Elizabeth lljer. that
I.e intended to divorce liis wife.
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Gold for Toronto.
New  York,  Oct.   15.���Between $2,-
800, 100   anil   $3,000,000    in   geld    was
Shipped    to-day    Irom    N��",v   York    to
Canada,    it  is understood that most
ol   I be  gol.)  goes to  Toronto.
Jumijed  Out  ot  Window.
Toronto. Oct. 15.���Charles (.otilil, n
', amSu r, alnlittel i" the general bos-
.    ,   Friday   Buffering   from  typhoid
r> jumped oul of a window during
the absence of dn- attendant for n few
��� inutes,
Ai.angements are malting f : the
la . i;iig of a smoking concert undei
ihe auspices  a' the New Westminster
I asi anil club, ; ud trom tbe way ir.
which tin- members of this organization enti re I . n:o the spirit Oi the
thing when it was propose i a' a meeting of the dub held in W E. Sinclair's
store  last   evening,   then   appi a :-;  i
be im doubt  thai  this will be oi I
ihe most successful weed feasts held
in tlii.- ci';-' fo." main   n day.
'i'he proposition was made while the
finances of tin- club vere under discussion, :: in-uig felt :i;:'' lhe . ���
could .io with better financial backing
than it can at present i oasl of. Although tbe club hiis managi d to pay
off all debts incurred during (lie past
season, tiie need oi mi re mom j Is
urgenth fell, .nal the best means of
adding to the bank accouni Beems to
be the holding of ii smoker. A committee �� as ''ni in' d :'i'i  the pui; (
arranging details In  connection  with
the holding ol the ci nei rt, �� bich w 'll
likely i.<- in the St. Patrick's hall, if
satisfactorj    a rangements    can
made,    Among other i Ion
be  boxing  bouts,  ��rei (ling tsts,
singing, clog dancing, ��� ' cut! na
.a'..'- ami black face monologue artists. It is the Inti iri.ui ol hi
miner, in charge ol the arrangements
to secure a return wrestling mat h
between Harrison and Wise, will ll
v. ould lake place ai ihe - moker. Mr.
Wise has announced his willingness to
oblige the base!,;ill lo.'.s, and no difficulty is anticipated In inducing Harrison to come forward, with the natural push and resourcefulm ss of I he
baseball men behind the srh'me. tin re
II little doubt that it will ' e :i t ;,,.
��� '"ie success.
Conductors Meet.
P'. Paul. Minn.. Oct. 15.���Three hundred delegates of the order of railroad
conductors are holding a meeting here
Unlay. Tlie delegates represent 213
divisions of tlie order in tbe Unite I
States and Canada.   The meetlng_ nre
-ccret.
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Big   Boat.
Philadelphia, Oct. 15.���The lO.ooo-
lon steamship Havana, for the C iba
Mall S. S. Cu.. was launched at
Cramp's ship > srde to-day,
Night.
New York, Oct. 16.���Mrs. Jefferson
Davis, widow ol the president of the
confederacy, is dying of pneumonia a:
.ne Hotel Majestic in this city, lt is
believed sh�� cannoi survive' more than
a Di v. hours. Mrs. Davis has been 111
.���:���: Beveral days, nut it bas been belli .ed :i::: .be would recover up to
:..     ,i. . , v. ben a -i.i ien i hange for
���        "  was  noticed.
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Broom Makers Strike.
Amsterdam, N.Y., Oct. 15.���The fac-
i ti b ot the Amsterdam, Gardner and
the Pioneer Broom companies of ihis
city and thai of the Mohawk Valley
Broom company, of Fonda, are closed
down because of a strike. Tlie sewers
an I winders refused to-day to work,
'lhe strike embraces several hundred
an n, ,:,i unionists.
Lasi  week  the American Broom  Ac
;:��� oh   company    here advanced   the
ivages oi iis employes, who nre non-
nists,  1 be union men iu the other
���    '      fori hwith   demanded   iin   in-
il    ��� i   .'.aa-os of  from   11'  to L'n  per
1)1 .    which    is    greater    (han    that
a''.   - .. non union men.    This
has : - ...a refused.   The American com-
a    in a  h i   advanced t he pi id .  i d
iwentj fl ,e cents a dozen.
The Kaiser Was Gracious.
'-   ��� 11,    i'i   l.-si.l,    ( let,    15, III    tile
ii ��� eiice < Em] ���". i r William ami lie
��� '-'. i-""i ib in I'.' i i.< Krupp and
1 i" i' Qu la. \'"-i Bohlen und Hal-
; a h were married to-day in the little
Imi i'TIsed chapel adjoining the
: i Ide's birthplace, the Villa Huegel, by
tiie pastor of the neighboring village
church where the Krupp family have
I ug woi hippi i. The Emperor, sat
.', iih the family while the staple Lu-
ran i lage Bervi< e was being
I ia formed, and then Stepped forward
.���ind congratulated the bride and bride-
groom.    Al  the wedding breakfast  the
Emperor drunk the health of thu
iii ide. Tlie couple afterwards left by
special train for Krupp castle al
Rhelnicke  on the  Rhine,  where the
' i ".'liicon  will   he spent.
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Died From   Wounds.
Buckingham, Que., Oct. ir..- in:".
tive Warner, who was badly wounded
in  the battle wiib  the striking mill
'  ' -i   la 't   Monday, died   this, morning,
Ho  belonged  to  the Tblel  detective
:v i nc,.. Mi ntreal.
Death.
Niagara Falls, N.Y., Oet. 15.���A d   -
abled launch containing a party of
men  and   women   was swept into   . ..
rapids, and within half a mile of
I.link of the falls late to-night.    T'   y
were  saved   from a plunge over   tl.e
cataract   by    Albert    Greenwood,    ol
Chippewa, Ont., who    brought    Hi
ashore in liis launch.
'i'be party consisted of Charles B.
lain;', and Mrs. Leni.-,. Mrs. (.'lias. Clap-
hum ami daughter Nellie, C. W, Clen-
denan and Engineer James Herschell.
Captain Lentz lost his bearings in ifce
dark and struck a bar near lbe fcol
of Buckhorn island, smashing the
launch's rudder and leaving tlie littl
boal helpless. The lirsi anchor chain
snapped   ami   the   iioal    Btarted   down
the river in a seventeen mile current,
'lbe second anchor dragged along the
bottom of the river lor some time, the
occupants of the boat frantically call-
in.,  for  help.     Nothing could  bo done
I'or them. Tlie second anchor finally
caught on a ledge near the Canadian
shore an,| within .omul of the falls,
1 ��� i tain Lent/, attracted attention from
hore by using ibe launch's flashlight,
Word was sent io Alia n Greenwood,
owner of a small i team launch. Green-
��� I vol u n tee re I to attempl u rescue.
:ii ma le iwo trips through ihe dangerous channels a.i.I broughl ibe party
safely ashore,
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The Labor Party.
Winnipeg. Oct. 15,���The Trades ami
Labor council lo-nlght convened a
meeting ai which it was decided to
organize an Independent political organization to be known as the Labor
party, and framed along lbe lines suggested at iho ;i"Hies congress in Victoria.
 0 ���
Standard Oil Case.
Findlay, Ohio, Oct. 15.���II was announced this afternoon by thu attorneys for lhe prosecution, in the trial
of the Standard Oil Co., of Ohio, for
conspiracy againsl the trade, thai the
State would conclude its case to-morrow.
Football  Brutality.
Plainwell, Mich., Oct. 15.���As a re-
cult e.f being  kicked  in the back dur-
���:-. a football game Saturday, Edward
Pyche, aged 10 years, may be crippled
fOI   life.
: Ut
% K THE   DAILY  NEWS
A
NOTED EVANGELIST
DIES OF HEART FA1L1E
Sam Jones, the Well-Known Preacher.
Exni.es Suddenly on His Way ������
to  Fair.i'y   Reunion.
Li'.:." Rock, A..... Oct to. ia r.
bam Jones, the well-known evanj disi
of Cartersville, <;.... died early to-day
of bean failure in a sleeping car on a
Rock Island train, near Perry, Ark.
Mr. Jones had been conducting a most
successful revival in Oklahoma city
and left there last night for his home
ir Georgia, li" desired to atten 1 t.
tamilj reunion to-morrow, it being the
59th anniversary of his birth. Mr.
.lone.- was accompanledby his heigh-
ters, Miss Annie Pyron and Miss Julia
Jones, who were with him when lie
passed away. Mr. .innes arose from
his berth In the sleeping car about ���".
o'i loc . and complained of nausea. He
drank a glass of waler and Immedi-
atelj afterwards collapsed. Rev W.
Holcombe, who ia' I been associa ��� I
wiib Mr. .lone.- for years, took ihe
d; ing man in ids :.r...: -. and in a few
mlnuti i ; ic evangeli I bre ithe I li
i ���. 'i ae hod} wa.- embalme:
; ... sent to Carters, ilie this afternoon,
Vancouver Next Year.
li imilton, Onl . Oct. 15.���1 In ��� i ,
vi iiiion of iln.' national i ouncil oil
v, omen of Canad i ha - pracl icallj d -
.,..-: io elect Lady Edgar, of Tor m ���.
widow of Sir James K Igar, pn -i lenl
for lhe ensuing year. The next place
of meeting will likely be Vancouver,
i i.e.
���. 0  ,
i
Surrey Ccuncii  Notes.
Council mei Oct,  I"., the reeve and
all members being presenl.   The min-j
i.ii s   of previous   meeting   were   rea I
ami confirmed.   Communications were
recoi veil a.s follows:
From W. II. Keary, saying the annual nieei ing of the Union of 11. C.
Municipalities would be held in Kamloops, commencing Oct. 24, and requesting ihni a strong delegation be
seni. Received, and on motion the
reeve was appointed as delegate to
attend.
From   the returning officer,  reporting ;i  majority for the tramway bylaw of l:i'_, and the electric light, heat'
and power by-law of 119,   Received.
From it. ,i. McMenamy, tendering
$5 for some old plank at Brownsville;
Which   was accepted.
The  electric   tramway   by-law   and
the electric light, heat and power bj
law were    reconsidered    and    finally
pasted, and the seal or"   .he corpora*
i ion ��� nlered affixed.
The clerk was instructed to write!
(j the thief commissioner of land-and
veil..-, calling ins attention to the in-
"tisttci of the toll on the New W ist-
mir,.-':.- bridge as now arranged; the
usual price is nu cents for a team and
.���I m wlthoul regard to the weight
���. ' load, but if a wagon loaded with
live hogs, sheep or calves is driven
across, the owner is taxed 5 cents per
head in addition to the usual toll for
team and wagon, and to request him
to have the matter corrected.
The following appropriation, were
:,, ide:
Ward 1 ���..l'i" for gravel on the t iwn
I .a   : oad:   $50  1 ir  slushing  an i   logging, Hjorth i.t I;   -, . '��� ., 'i... i'
M. road, grading lo   e let  I     am i Ion
ai   T; nehead   school  bon.-.'  on Satu:
day, Oct. 20, al _ p.m..
W rd 2 $50 for Sondell re id, ft i i
I!. pland's to s< hool house. Council! ir
II r PS,
Wani I���$50 for the Lattimor roa i
The  lender of  A.   Mclnne.  .     70
rod i'i " dlti hlng Mclnnes road was
aa.' ; ted.
The following accounts weie pas ������ \
i'i i checks li Biiod; Dingle & Gal-
ith, $7.50; T ,1. Trapp & Co.\
Wards 1 and 2, $5.62; .!. L. Brown, .:.;
I Churchland, $6; .1 C. C ivers, $5; \.
P Currie, $6; J, w. Wise, $2.50; the
1 - ' irabl in Co . $62; 1-1. M. ;��� irner ia -.
$691.63; .1. E. Ml rphy, $98.12; !���*. W.
Smith, $29.50; Geo, Troughten, $19.70;
I. o. McCallum, .:': F. Espland, $15;
Harrj Bigger, $126.30; .1. Wilson, $28;
lien Stevenson, $1 ir,: .!. Churchland,
jr.. $25; w. Corbett, $3; II. Hose, secretary, grant to Surrey Agricultural
association, $50; .!. McAdam, $10; J,
Jones, st.."0: w. Jones, $17.50; E, M.
Wiltshire, $12; 11. Hornby. $6; T. S.
Wrlghtman, $25; A. E. Connolly, $195;
I!. McAdam. $r.l_.r>n; .1. A. Wilson,
$56.70; 0. H. Duark. $21; E, F. Trous-
dell, $127: J. flillis, $11; G, Mine, $1;
vs. Bothwell, ,_::; .I. Drinkwater, $25;
F. Balne, $11; It. Barton, $9; W. Williams, $35; F. Seeling. $1'); E. C,
.lobn.-'oii. $21.7.",: il. Barton, $20; Gus
.Tonson, $6; F. Pepin, .2.25; Wm. Morgan, $9; A. .1. Peschke, $30.50; o. Kel-
bi i'. Improvements on bind used tor
road, Ward 5, $22."ii: A'ex. Murphy,
$50; Mrs. Frances E. Leaner, $10; .1.
I.   Brown.  Jll.
Council ihen adjourned to meet
again on Saturday, Nov. 3, al l p.m.
K.   M.   CARNCROSS,  C.M.C.
���JL.IQJLH1NK OF "WET
WEATHER" REQUIREMENTS
Selections are now at their best���Prices at the lowest-
qualities up to our usual high standard of excellence-
guaranteed to give satisfaction.
Men s Showerproof Coats, $7 to S25
Boys' Showerproof Coats, $6 to $7
Men s Rubber Coats, $3,50 to $6
Boys' Rubber Coats $3, all sizes
Umbrellas- -Oil Clothing
PHILLIPS
The WardrobJ
Clothier
OPERA
MOUSE
WESTMINSTER
MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th, '06
MESSRS. MARTIN & EMERY'S
REVERENT-ARTISTIC AND
SllPTMUJS PRESENT..^!)* 0?
RICHARD WAITER'S SACRED
FESTIVAL PLAY
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all ra:I route between ai!
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
..mine.ting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Fulls with
-tuge  r'-.ily for  Republic.
Bu
rr. t
TIMBER  NOTICES.
Notice :.i hereby given that 'Ju la; ���
a:' .'.' date 1 inten 1 to apply to the
Chiel' Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a lii ens. : > cut ani carry
away timber from the following de
scribed lands:
I. Commencing a; a post marked
VS. M.'s 8.E. Corner, planted on the
north .a:... of :::.' Kildala river aboul
��� ..a miles up :':,::. the mouth, running as follows: i" chains north, ICO
. .lain- a est, 1 i ������ hains south, 160
chains easl :.> point ol commencement, containing '11' acre3, more or
le.-.-.
Locate 1 Augusl -7. 19 ���'..
lo-.1
service   on
ar.e  and   Nelson
Effective    Sunday,
trains    between
November
 rked
Day Train
.  Spokane
.. Rossland
. .Nelson .
io,
Arrive
. .7.15 p.m.
, .4.10 p.m.
. 6.4s p.m.
II. A. JACKSON.
AIIDP1ED HY WM, LYNCH ROBERTS
THE MOST
NOTED PRODUCTION
OF THE CENTURY
BURNABY CORPORATION
'1. Commencing a! .1 ,
\v. M.'s s.w. c ..:..���:���. plante i .ui the
north bank of 'la' Kll lala 1 Iver, a ....
two miles up from tie- mouth, running
a.-, follows: lu chain- north, 120 chains
cas-. so chains south, i" ali.iin- wesl.
iu chains north, 80 we3i to point of
commencement, < -;:.' lining ,; I 1 acres,
more or less.
Locate I Augusl 27, 19
1. Commencing at a post marke 1
\S. M.'s N.E Corner, planted "ii the
north bank of t'i.- Ki'. '.;.'..1 river, al 1
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum-
bia, may lie homesteaded by any person who la the sole head of a family,
or any male over is years of age, to
;the extent of one-quarter section of
i'i" a ���:"-, more or less.
Entrj must lie made personally at
the lo in 1 offlce for the district In
whic 1 the land is situate.
The !-. (mesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
( 1 At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
' of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(jl If the settler has his permanent
residence   upon   farming   land   owned
Westminster
Transfer C<
Off.ee���Tram   Depot
Columbia bt
Baggage  delivered    prom liy U
part of the city.
Light and Heavy I lauliJ
'i.fice 'Phone ISS
Hurr   r-.oi,
Sale ot Lands by Public Auction
By
order  of   I ae   Co tncil,
will  of;'''.-  �� .;���   sale  I 5
Pla_
by   a   Select
50���ARTIST
Compan     cf
1
SPECIAL
:li'   convent
IU_,  i.i.-   fl
: ii" ot 1 In
1
a.
','������
enc
:. ���     ." '
'
' 'a
'
Ing
1:1 i    ;i\ Ing   a    '        ii ...
:,       loll   has   b
I .ni lng : i.i    1 i.i 1 renienl
\>.ill rise at 7.45 shai      0     luges ma;
ie or lere la-;: 1 Aud.t_.-s > ust
be in tl-eir seats at rise cf first curtain, as no one v.iil lie sea.e i during
tii.   action  cf the  play.
the Col-
ion tion
:ii... Octo ��������� ��� 20, at _ o'clock
���  i. '.' ��� aft ail' OD  ' -'"���  :.". ai  ���'." Mun'-
all, the residue oi : 'm- prOpei'-
la   nol   lisp ise 1 ri at tl ��� . ei ������: 1  -ai.
mder.
' oa. irise tv 1 subdi \ Isiona in
i;i  '  '      Lol   30,   '.:���!   .- .   Uvl  ������ 1. ���   (in
cl j) In Disi rict   1. il   ��
: : .:.   In Dlstilei !."���
Indefeasible    title.    1 > ��������� i s   al   pur-
��� ha ers'   :osl     1.1 ���  and c mdll Ions of
- 1 ������   r.a      e obtained fi   m
B i;. v. \i...k.:.
'.  M. ". nnd  Collector,  B ix  31,  New
V ������ ���' min ste ���,
VTnnlcl   il Hall, 1 )��� t. I, 190C.
iby him in the vicinity of his home-
live and a half mil .- up the river stead, the requirements as to residence
from the mouth, running as follows: may be satisfied In residence upon
10 chains  south,  IC1 .  west,   10 ; the said land.
chalusnorth, 160 chains easl to point      Six months'notice in writing should
of    commencement,    < mtaiulng    640  '"' -'���''" :' '���'���" Comm ssioner of Do-
1
Westminster Iron Won
GENERAL MACHINE  ami i.
WOKK..
SHIP SMITHING,  BKlUUtl tl 1
STRUCTURAL  IRON    WOKIM
Ornamental   Iron   worn, iiir:"|
Fences, Gates, Flre Lsi   pes, et
Mail orders and corres]        ��� '|
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEG31E bi Hi.hi.
New Westminster. "������ ' '
a( res, more or less,
Locate I Augusl 26, 1906.
1. Common lng  al
PRICES-
���50c
to $2
.CO
Th
kets  order*
i    by
���.
_e
a: om
��� ily   Eorwai
ded   (
:.
of
mono
j  1 rder and
self-:
i i.
e 1  on ve
lope.
S ���:
ts on sale a
��� Rya
I'S   1)"
il; St
ire.
NOTICE
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
VS. M.'s .N'.W. eni ner, plante i 011 iin
!alR 1 111 :1): frank of I he Kildala : Iver, a ioui
five :ni I a half miles up the river from
he  mouth,  running as  follow-':   161
chains   cas-,    10  chains    south,   160
mil  af,  chains wesl. 10 ch tins north to poinl
of    commencement,    conl lining   640
a. .��� ��� i, more or le.-.-.
Locate I A igu I '.7.  19 16
.". Commencing   al il   marl e I
W.  M.'s N.E. Corner,  planted on  the
so .'ii bank of Lhe Kll lala ai a 1
one mile from I be n mth d the 1 i vjgr,
running as follow -: i" 1 h ilns Bouth,
��� 0 ( hains we3t, SO ch ilna north to lhe
a in line, thi nc ��� f illowl ig ho e line
��� ' poinl of commen :em 'nt, ��� intalnlng
040 acres, 1 e or 1 1,
1 minion Lands at (ittawa of intention
: ' apply tor patent.
VV. W. CORY.    '
ot the   Interior.
publication of
will   not   be  paid
Deputy  Ministi
N.  B.���Unauthorized
this
for.
advertlsi nxMit
LAND REGISTRY ACI.
Re  lol  0       .���'���'..    ;  |ol    2 >, _
an I '... subur iau 0   N   \   ....
min iter ell
V. here .. , .. ,��� the loss of certifi
,;'' ' 0 Itle n . iei 2-S 15a, Issued In
the name of Ne!_ :-. ��� ion, has boet
['.led In this office,
Notii e Is herebj given that I shall,
a' the expiration of one month irom
Great Northern Ry|
Time Table
THE COMFORTABL
WAn
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers,
in the District of Xew Westminster
under the firm name of Allen & Weit,
hns this day been dissolved by mutual
consent,
Persons having any claim againsi
the said firm are hereby required to
present tho same with full particulars
to our solicitor. J. P. Hamilton Bole,
Bank of Commerce Building, New-
West minster, B   C.
New Westminster, B. C, August
lath,  1906.
GEO. A. ALLEN,
HENRY WEST.
Located Annas' 27, 1916, thi   late of the firsl , ublication here-
6. Commencing al a posi marl 1 if, Issue a duplicate of said certifi-
W. M.'s s w. Corner, planted on the cale, unless In the meantime valid
east bank of the Dala river, aboul ��� bjection be
len (hains easterly from th ��� mouth,
running as follow.-: 10 chains east,
in chains north, 10 ch tins east, 80
chains north to the river, thence following  river  to point  of 1 immence-
I ment, iontalnin .  610  a res, m in   or
I less.
Special Excursion to Eastern!   Located August 27. i ���
V. W. & Y. RY
Rail)  | NEW
Leave| W ESTMINS
''.fi am lllai,ia,   Belli
I:'if. pni ham      Burlln- '���
il.,.,        .fi       v.i
.'  '���%      l'l
seati le
|Portland.
' ..'���'. pm|Spokane,
Paul    .md   all
points  Easl
i*.20 a_o|Anacortes,
IWoolley,    and,
|Rockport.
3:o0 pm|Vancouver
9:55 pml
'      I
1:35 PI
Two    fast   transcontinental    trains
with diniug cars and through tourist
.ml   first-class sleepers daily.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at  7:25.     I
Imperi'a!  Limited,   leaves  at  17:20. ',
. o ���
Land
min iter
made to me iu writing
c.  S.   KEITH,
Dlstricl  R iglstr ir of Titles
R '���:��� i  ���   Offli e,   New  V,
��� B.C., Sept. 28, 1906.
i
Cities Oct 12 and 13
(Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per Frank Vandal!, Agent,
AT REDUCED RATES s. G. TIDY,
Good to Return to Nov. 30th '
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent;
New Westminster
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS. BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
ar
E. J.
Assistant   General
Vancouver.
COYLE,
Passenger
Arent,
Telo'iliiae   AISI   or   :i ldre.ss   -Ith
nae am! 10th  Street.
Av.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST-��� I
EMPRESSES!!
18.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,800    I
��. Power I EMrRl^s OF IRELAND J      TONfl
l.eive Quebec Oct,  5  and Oct,   lu.
Passengers I :���,������ I to and fro al low-
,''';' rate.   For particulars apply
ED. GOULtT,
C.  P.  R.  AGEM'-.
I.v.    New    ','.'.���'".. ' '"
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. O"'1
6   l>.   in.,   Monday,  v. "lnesdaR
Friday.
8:45 a.  m. nr. fron     :
9:30 a. ni   l.v. for \ .i!'''''''1'"
ilolllO   Of    111"    !'"  '"   '
"ORIENTAL     Lif.   CEO"
2���Daily  Overland Trjnis-.h
Spoklim , fii.  Paul,   dm:"' |
Winnipeg, Duluth, ���
Louis and all  points '::*\J
For    complete    I ���- """'���
rai"..,   berth   reserv i ���''"
call on or address,
F. 0. MEYERS, A8��3t'
Bank of Commerce Ball ,*,���
New   Westn.-:   ''"���
S. O. "fERKES.  *   "  '���'. .   L
Comer Second  v   ���'   '    ,
lumbla St., Seattle, '   "' U:"AY'
CCT-  *' *'
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING
OUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA,
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Van
LTD.
couver.
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smwummMwm
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Trains & Steamers
VICTORIA
Ice  Cream Sodas,
Sweets, Fruits, Etc
NEW      WEST
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
. :  X.
ll.; a.
���1      a- !R   _.\*l  'ii
seatth   1.
: .������
Si it 1
i .   ���;. w   '��� ,40.
GO   TO
R. C PURDY
liimMi.-! Street
Vevi to Trans Office
(' P.R.   WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION,
..     .������ ...   '. 15..a, 17.35.
Arrive N. V.*.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m ; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. .'-,". W. -. * p.m.; ar, Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
Leaves New Westmlnstei
on Wednesday and -Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily exce;;t Pat-
TER    <
, ,,
Humor and Philosophy
w                    Ey  DUNCAN  M.  SKlTil
4.	
RIPE APPLES TEMPT
THE DM HINDU
FEi-'T  PARAGRAPHS.
The
Th. -.'
but doii
'!'.- :��� op! ��� ������'
i  . a   -V bow
are very !
prove it.
mart
Free and Easy Ways of the Far
East  Are   Not   Appreciated
fy  Lccsd Residents.
urday and Sunday at 1:
urday at 2:1*0 p. m.
10 p. m. Sat-
m
ll |
. 'ii'i
I
Souvenirs of tne City;
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery
V��� v,
Lv. X. W.
��� Lv. Vancouver 6.25 a.m
fc Yv��� VANCOUVER
p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
ar.d 4 p.m.
Etc.
J. j. MACKAY fi Co.
ijookseilers  and Stationers
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
NEW WESTMINSTER
OF
& T. Dick's Old Country Boots
G. X. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  X   W.  9:35 am.;   ar.  Guichon1
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N, W.
'   i*   :   r:.. and ti p. va.
Mondays onl}.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
: . . m., and evcry half hour there-
iftei till ll p. m.
Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster  t.t
...int L-ours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. S u_m.
From Chwk.  Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
Fr nn X. W. Tm, Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN  RIVER.
From X. VS. daily, es. S_.t. an-nl Sun..
_ p.m..  S,    irday, 2 p m.
Add, tri]. Monday, 5 a.m.
Frnm Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. ts a.m.)
A.l'l. trip Saturday, 5 p._u.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
3. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m, on Is!.
Tth, Huh and 20th oi each month foi
Ashousit and way points; .eaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way points. Leaves Victoria cm _ ,::i
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New  Westminster  on  Men
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursdaj
: ;. 1   Fridaj   ai  _   i m. an 1  Satui
at _ p, ��.:. with additional trip on Mon-
lay al ij a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday an_ Saturday at
7 a. :;i.; Friday at 6 a. ru. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves x--w Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Ohilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling  at j
landings   between   New   Westminste
ar. _��� Chilliwack.
Th" wild war.
laar   a   lol   Of   fo
time of the year.
are ���-���.:��� i
.1   thing
that the
out   tl.
y    -Esi-:..'
s .na- people _e_
only beauty in a
nice green lawn,
and others see
only grass to lie
cut.
Any  pretty  girl
!   ls   guarantee 1   to
be able to supply
belp t.. a  bashful
young man.
Although riches have wiags thej
don't seem to be very good on the
perch.
Teaching a woman to be quiet is r.
lifelong task for a man.
'    Only lawyers for the defense hate to
see people get iheir just deserts.
Dentists do not consider toothache
painful���to the dentist.
beaded In your Gi-
! lhe better part of
-.'..: .
pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
e Old Country Boot Store
'21 Columbia Street
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Having in".-in oul Ihe Blacl
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H.  M    KNUTSON,
Eighth Street,
VICTORIA AXD ISLANDS.
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Mail Service
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ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. 13th.
Princess Ilea;:ice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
Sept. 23rd.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver
Oct. 2nd.
Princess li' al I e leaves Vancouver.
Oct. 4th,
Princess   May    leaves    Vancouver,
Oct   12th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
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Princess Victoria.
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S. S. Tees
Leave*: Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
ond 10tb of each month, onlling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Ccola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
rlepartnre  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
eall o~ address
F.D. GOFLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J.  COYLE.
/.st. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
tJeneral Sui>erfirtendent, Victoria.
���Jen. Astot, Freight Dept.,
Xew  Wist minster
When trouble i:
rectiOn diplomacy
! courage.
"Clinxnola*'  Skin. .
Charles C. Druedling has writteu
article In the Journal of Pharmacy
chamois skius,  The commercial arti
of that   name,  be  says,   is   really
tanned sheep or lamb skin lining,  'i
supply of skins from the chamois ..
mul is very limited.  Enough could i
be obi lined  In a year- to supply  ���
United States for more than a sin
day.   He made special  Inquiry  ���
visit to Switzerland about the am.
crop of tlie chamois skins aud a-
I lined that  from 5,000 to 0,000 sk
would be a fair average yearly <���.
This skin Is heavier than the skii
the sheep or lamb, also much coars
For strength and durability the ch:
o'.s  skin  Is  preferable,  but  for o:
nary use und appearance the oil ta:..
sheepskin   lining   would   in   most
. tanc-es be preferred.
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Got   Nt'iir  H.
Druggist- Try   it   again,   little   on
What was it your mamma told you I
gt-t?   Little <*irl (with another sevo'
I mental effort)���! think it was "I di-.
I of possum.'    i want 10 cents' worth
Youth.
V.  D. Coldicuti  was awakened out
��� a beauty sleep on Sunday morning
.   terrified cries from his little ones,
.    :astily    arraying   himself   in   a
��� - Ing   gown   and   a   big   irown, In*
hurried out to the scene of action and
found  that   his   little   toy   had  just]
dragged his little sister into the house
and  closed    the    door,  apparently   in
great terror.    On going out to ascertain tiie cause he found himself confronted by a big, burly, bdownsklnned,
black eyed, black haired, beturbanned,
bewhiskered   Brahmin who bad with
him four other Hindoos as forbidding
:n   appearance   as  himself, and   who
v.ere apparentlj   In possession of the
hack  yard.    On  looking more clocely
at theni, iheir pockets, their faces and
their hands were noticed to be full of
Mr.   Coldicutt's    apples.      They    had
cleared up all tlie fallen ones and had
tlen meandered around to the back
yard, apparently in search of a ladder.
On Mr. Coldicuti putting in an appearance, the spokesman of the invaders
!:���   broken    English,   stated    that   be
wanted   more  apples,   as  they  we
very good and touched the spot wh
ihe hunger tickled him. ��� --���   ���.
Mr. Coldicutt  is naturally a yC
man of quiet disposition but on     .a
occasion lie is saiil to have said a !"< i.
things and invited lhe hungry Hin
to hike, and they hiked.
Mr. Coldicutt did not mind the I
apples they got away with althou. i
it would have been more in keeping
with civilized customs had they asked
permission before helping themselves,
but he just wondered how his wife, i ?'
any other lady would bave felt ha 1
she ben alone at the time of the inv i-
sion of the back yard. As it was, tie
little ones were so terrified thai all
day long they peeped cautiously outside to ascertain whether the .'oast
was clear of turbans and whiskers
before venturing out.
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Hartford, Conn. Oet.  15.���The annual convention of the Master Horseshoers'  National   Protective   associa-
lion was opened here to-day.
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Coal. Lime. Brick, Sand. Cement,
Fire Brick. Fire Clay and
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MOWBRAY :SDAY. OCT-  16.
1306.
THE DAiL\  NEWS
���JWW*"'.#_4L��l. a.
THE
CASH STORE
Smith's
Garments
For the Fall and Winter Season have a greater range of
sizes, styles, models, and prices
than ever.
$7.75 $10.50 $14.00
$18.50   $22.50
$12.75   $16.50   $22.50
$28.50    $35.50
COATS
(suits
.. - -    :' customers c  i
" iject, but tl i
value in the clo
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.    well    those
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M       ���   tt:  wani  style li:-'.     .      lej  also waut garments with
ir and general utility to balance I ie style    Thi for values.
ith's garment.) give them  rea!   . i  les, style   mi wea
lute ;    ���  .   ik at ou   -.rmen - ;...
the price asked, whe . ������   l he,     ��� is 50 i
22 '.ii la-::  i   coats
know they are lull
- coats or
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a    _7     |  [Ig     ,     ,;,'   .
��� I   .:. lerwear.
ire   ixceptionally si
itlons from .\   .
ea   an i  Toronto.
this  apply,
i  '       seas '!.. n
Voi. .    'A ''..:.���
Uu
suits
if them    '
. ame  fi un
man   tats  have been  turned oul  ol workrooms, i
rimmers are kept busy from  Monda ng till Sal
:    a ������ have .
��� .������ quality an.l   the   is     im inshi i,
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Local News Briefly Told
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who   iawe.    ���I
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a se.    A few  ���. !,��� 3 ago he brought
he cit -   ii.        lored il  al
the  reai    ol   iii-.   office,  where   it  is
a a aiting the co      nmat!on oI certain
he fo   ne i
Ladni      dethodist   church  were con
n sund Rei     .   .\;        a   "���''" ' !"    ' al        h ''''*;i   :''*'
Sanford, of   .'an*  ��� ...- ' "S   '   ' etween   Vrthui    .Vise, of ihis
, an I  M.  Hai risen, a  Xanaim i
���   "'-���        "i  F   The match is to come off at the Van*
I .,-:   opera house on  Mon laj  next,
''-'������ . .    men   to weigh  in al   110  lbs.    A
t except a   tbe stern, where   number of local sports are going ovei
"���" iwo sidi        .     mie apa i Vancouver In a sj eel il car :' u the
!i  ;i - ' '" ming in    lolenl   on-   purpose of cheering    he  local  lad  on
ime t lo victor}     Wis.- has  been  wrestling
. , . at i he flre hall foi i he la i thn ������   ears,
A   compla .��� ��� .:.���!��� . '      .
, . a.i is c m -i le ������ !    i Le w ell vei .-> . in
ihi i iotlng   was    i    nro-    ,
the a.-
tor i rior to thi    ipen-,
in'   of  -ia n, and   il >o ..
er ol mthusiasti     n'.'.i
e 250 mark on their
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Sixth
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is to give these two qualities ia every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 hi^'h back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Ls
a j^ader and is a winner; roomy ani comfortable; and those fancy
chair... !''r-e genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
0f th - bei, '    Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont*|Block. Telephone 73.
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Sunda . to Vii toria  . ������--
���   lay.    As  pari   ol iis inward  cargo
was  on        ird   2, >   sacks   of
Tod ; ini' ���    emeni    vhich is to be re-
shippe i '-' Gre inwo id, B.C., where U
ised In 1 be erection of a new
rorks .--. -'. m at  thai  place.
will  be
v. iei wi
Donald    McLean,   a   Piti    Mea lows
i ancher, arrivi     a thi yesterd
afti rnoon n ith i . il lable collie d ig
in   tow.    Befo ������ ha I fa
...A    . uncod,   the  Scotchman an 1   iii -   . ��
had parti      lompany, and Mr. McLean
ittl ..   ���' ! " a    ":; '     i the cl
.lii - dog wa - lost,  -   il n oi
was   "'���    l!" "���' "'       ���'       that
t. .   -a an lered   iwa      i   a    hoi       .���
���   itsell   in   ihe  city's   busi   -��� ���
i n enl I;   I he  log is i. it I
' -��� i  . i.   fife.
to Vai : he
.'. A. Si: ....   .   .-,  Adelaide, . I.l    -
Rive    Pilol   yestei da;   gran ������ I foui inches of \.
made   ; om   a   small   sn earn   ��hich    . o
anj   ' he N'oi i h Arm road near No. '���'��� bi i Ige.
The application asked for ten Inches,
but Water Commissioner ('. C. Fisher
considere i thai  : mr int hes would   be
ample  for  his n ls, an.l on having
the volume of water whicli would i e
derived from four inches explained to
him, Mr. Skinner acquiesced in the
Idea The water is to be used for do-
i lestic and agi [cultural  purposes.
THE WHITE HOUSE
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR XMAS  FANCY
WORK TOO LATE.    WE HAVE A COM
PLETE STOCK OF
Tinted Novelties
A. J. BIRTCH,
267 Columbia Street
The   mi    -' ink ;gi. in \    supper
������ : pn'ei'f inn em ::. ci nnei '1 in . I'
St. .... m i - church will take place
this ��� venii - The la lies of the con-
-,' . ��� lon i: ive a ieput ition for put-
' ing up a first-i lass spread, and the
tnter' ('nmenl will be well up to the.
standard ol former years.
Although nol confirmed by the parlies interested, it was freely reported
yesterday   evening thai   the property
on which    he  Royal  Bank of Canada
building nands had been sold for the
sum of .-.0,000.   The name of the purchaser   has   not  been   mentioned,  but
he is nn lerstood to be a man who is
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    contemplating   making   heavy   invesi-
Several   sportsmen  returned  j-oster-   ments? in New Westminster real estati
ifternoon   and   evening   from    a   in  .he near  ."inure.    This sale is one
ting  expedition  in the  surround-   of the largesl  deals put   through  for
country,  bul   the  results of their   sunn,  time,   bui   those  on   the  inside
���'- spoil were rather disappointing,   track  of future  movements  say   that
Inclement   weather   drove  many   many larger -'ales arc now pending,
before  they, even .ii sch irged  a
��� barrel ai the elusive pheasant
Our Knowledge
Is Not Por Sale
We don t charge extra for it. Our
contracts snow that we are masters���
thorough in every detail or work,
workmanship and material.    ,
HARDMAN & BRYSON
SEE  US BEFORE YOU   LET  YOUR   WORK.
'���������   valuable  stallions  belonging
1   Alex. Galbraith, of Brandon, Man.,
'���;-,, Calgary yesterdaj af-
via   the   C.P.R    Th i horses
-   been exhibited at the fairs held
ii   Vicl iria  and  also in this city, nnd
have been greatly admire 1 by all lov-
ol hoi -.'ib'sh who saw them,
:  hnson, a Swe le, who h irk-
a le-. .'.- mill before i* was burn-
.. S  _ a- ..i reste i for being drunk and
incapable    last    evening.      Johns! >n
. cted   I')   being   taki n  to
tin nd   to     i nw  his  disap
a   .;���  | ifficer Maxwell on the
un :   .al      ''������������   ha_
ve. er, an i hi  si eui the
-   sheltei  of the loi
After being remanded several times
for eight days at a time, Pal Reardon
v.as discharged by the police magistrate yesterday morning. Pat was
charged by a Chinaman with an unprovoked assault, ami had been al-
lowed out on bail. Pai is employed,'
on thf> steamer Dunsmuir, and as '.he
boat had not been in port since the
alleged assault was committed, the
. ase had been : emanded perio li; illj
until sucli time as tlie boat returned.
The Chinaman failed to appear ihis
morning, and In his absence the case
was dismissed.
WHERE TO  BREAKFAST, LUNCH. DINE,
AND   SUPPER   AFTER   THE    THEATRE
Kenny s Restaurant
The Most Up-to-Date  Cafe,
in New W- estminster.
\"i ���   \, -    mini ter Ro.  i\s  an*
a ;othal     latch against
Wes ban   Islandi        ii T   inksgiv-
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An unruly team of horses provided
mi isemi ni for an interested crowd of
onlookers near the C.P.R. depot . es-
li rday afternoon, and im I lentall;   ��� i
a! led  a  couple Di  1."':.'  teamsters  I .
-ii-': ate ' ' the a Imirlng  I ; stan :���
ei ��� bon  mui h thej    ind    .-��� . .;  alio i
���flesh.    The hors  -   iven    dtchi I
. :   Belj ea's v.   . ins,   md  ma le   N'e ,v   1 ivelllnj
h , vi   i i -i. ia :. ���, [oni a    he fo Price
Eighth   slree;.    The  driver,  howeve
Something Worthy
of
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mani   ilatioi
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ut a stron- i  an    n c n e oul vie    ;;'"'-- steere I ���'" '������'������   ������-��� ���' circle un-
, ,   |     -,       '   thej   were  tired   oul       _fl
horses had Quieted dov.:. a ' rii e, I  i
did
McKenzle  and
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jjjheir works shall ye
p      * 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
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Their el
good    	
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
^ liciency is assured by a guarantee which enables
,      "er *'' 'iave any constructional defect remedied free of
charge by
not
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'' 'lr m grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
NOTICE TO ORANGEMEN.
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...-, on tne corner or .\ui\i-u/.it- uuu   ,,   obedience,  which  thi n   a
eets is uo\     ' i nher   ill nal ireii   mam er     The   i n
I'he fieri .hi ng   -, i talnmenl lasted   i ioui half an hour,
i ��� ..'....���.  T.  M ��w-   Hn j  va|uao ,      ivlci   ns regards br in-
and the ���"'  '��� lieiung   ,.],,, ousting  was handed  oul   In   big
md  t.i: een given       the   tl ,,,,.),,,.  ���,,   several   members of the
Vanstom     I i : Ins  &   Pluiublng   Co.j   ,   IWl]|  .vll ,   ,     ,   , ttl.6|  however, nol
l10,1, ol "lii- cii ������   Th ��� i lildii _, It is   . , |)U,   |le[-. theories I i the te3l
expectwl. wl comph iquipped   	
within the next  month,
Miss  Mignon  Duke,  assisted by h
l.. .1. Min.'an.   ivlll  give
[ilano recital In St. Patrh
city, nexl Frida.  night, the 19th. Mi
Ilni,,. '*ar|
wll]   ���0   ,,,       |;e   appreciated    iere   Lodge,  Nn. 2, are requested  to meet
when  i:   Is known  thai   she sang  i a
tore  Princess   Henry   of   Battenburg
d   tt.as favorabh   spoken of bj   the   purpose of organizing a County Rojal
leading critics   n London, England.  A   Scarlet Chapter,
pleasing programme has    een an i
ed and a verj  enjoyable evening may
|..- expected.
ontoon   ferrj   landing is
In   active  commissi in  In
,-��� yV. A   Gilley's office,   The .
which  Is a somev.-lr.it   cum-
11 ��� ��� I lng an 1 I wo lots. Third ave
of   the ��� Dwelling  (n ��� ���      :en   al.    Price	
Dwe ling  (n   a .  cen   al	
Dwelling,  Bl ���,''-' eel	
lesson in the noble art | Boarding b -;   . oi   leas*   I ir Bve years
cash    $500,    balance   to suit.
    $l.0C0
terms of payment easy.    Price.
Pri
,$:J50o
$1,600
$'.300
$1,500
$3,500
T. R. PEARSON
W. N. DraperfflEY AIL COME BACK
B. C. Land
All   Ko; al   Scarlet  Companions   of
ability, ar.d   Xew    Westminster    Countj     Orange
In the Orange Hall, New Westminster,
on Tuesday, Oct, 16, al S p.m., for the
W. DUNLOP, Countj   Master,
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   N.w w<-. .min��f-   or
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TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
-AT-
GAMONS
Columbia btreet.
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches of dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
[  becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
NOTICE.
MIGNON DUKE
ERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
The   ol 1
once mon
the reai o
ii.ar.ion     ^^^^^^
borsome affai -,   did
I   rj ; adlng for a |
After s: ���
I iui..' 1 a> n
the bl . ���  ���
.a I sank
The
sei. ire   fur   the
iod many years
if the ferry was dtscon-
>he Did ] onto ui  tiled
, ,',',. bottom Of the Fraser
���      ill   Wi
"LORD  OF THE   ISLES'
No.  191, S O.S.
All members of the Camp are re
quested
CAMP.   Miss Mignon Duke assi stilly
MR. L. H. J. MINCHIN, will give a
id atten l the meeting on
Tuesday evening at S o'clock, in K. of
p   Hall, aa a matti
jof importance 1
f the ope"1^,0^ be brought  before It.
JOHN  McNIVBN, Chi if,
tougbtlt! JOHN P0RT.S3TBR, R. Be
Song and Piano Recital
IN
ST.  PATRICK'S  HALL
RIDAY EVENING, OCT. 19th
ADMISSION. 60c.
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,        -       -       35c
12 to 2 p.m.; C to 8 p.m.
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
1 Trapp Block,
;        Columbia Rt.
Proprietress,
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:
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I. THE DAILY NLWS
';;i.
THE DAILY NEWS
Publ -'    i bj   The Daily News  Put
letting Limited,   at   thei
orner   ol   Sixth   at 1   Fron
.-������-   .-. New Westminster, B. C.
Managing Director. .
.J. C. Eroai.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Tla.   -   ���  i   ' a lidvtaTs.ll- 1
...nie | --;��� line (nonpariel) 12 iim s to
the in.'n. Five cents per line for
_e! sequent  insertions.
Rea.lii.ir notices, bold face type   20
font8 |.       .-   brevier or nou;>a:.. I, I
cents per line.
<<"-oi    time   contracts,   special   posi
tons  apply to advertising i - inager.
Notices of births, marriages or
dealt.- 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
founu. rooms to let. etc., one cent per
���void No advertisement taken for
;e_. than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business  office   	
TLESDAY. OCT. '.
22
AS TO CORRUPTION.
a     . . .....
Laurii I    Loot" a
.a-     -   ..   - ends an
i. '���   a '   - '   '      ':
Lhi     U] -    as  :���   -    Iwa;   i   ���''      -��� ' -
be C.P.R. to   erl iin oi  thi    I
mem    rs of pa       nen    by means i
whit.-     ���   _      -
engin ��� i   som* - - ������'���������
spe<.;. i ions.   01      irse 11 *vas a   ���
. . ce    thai   thi se   - imi
. . .: .    . y      ��� .. and ;. ill for i   e
,  p i,     ... nsi th   ii'  ai N irth< rn
in  thai   cell   rate I    al li    >l - '
. - .��� a i . pai ami ni i'. ���"���'
i      sel    When H is provi I  as   I   has
....   | roved, thai   there was
ai   an  eh ction���thai    son. -
votei s three or five or ten dollars I >r
theii vot.���we have the Tory organs
j-elling about corruption Well, ii is
corruption; and whether one yells
ai om it or quietly denounces it. is a
matter of taste; but when a r iii _ a
president tells certain members of
parliament in confidence tha! such
and such things are going to happen
which will enormously increase the
value of certain lands, and when the
said friends profit by that hint to the
extent of thirty, forty, fifty thousand
it ' lars i. uece, an I when we find '.he ���
said friends voting as the railwaj
pi esi li :.' wan-.- ��� i.- .. to vote, -here
i: no ' coi i ipi i .. ib il that, is
there.' O, nol (il co n se ' hen .-
not! Thesi men are Tory M.P.'s, look
.���   -    and 1 ben fore    -��� nl li and ;
such a word as "corruption" must not
��� en bi tho ighl ol In i onne iti m with
:. ei   .. .inc..
Th-.  name of Mi    Bor len C >n-
-       idi ip in c mnec-
i   .. thesi     .. i -1 e   ilat. m -   .:.
dais :   . statemi nl    nal
la,   .\. .-   n ignoi ���:. ���    f tl    ��� ' i ���
a.' thi       [eals and had not pi ifiti
nd thi     , -   ���   press a ������������  ���
_ .       .������ mi nl ���   - -      o       i ���
nothing ii   thi   ��� ���    ird to
conn-. ���   Sir   Wi n an;
way with the pi  red corru]     .. .  ..
Cl  .'..!.        ...'   -       ���       ..
Lil ���   ..    pai ty; yi for;        ���-.-    ���
gan nei     loj La     ei     nd
ept at il    -1 '   .     -
��� for  a
Qordi . Oui
Tor;   friends ought to remen
east lo west, 1 .
���   .-
1 elen
a ill i '    ' .
nn it be expected to x
i  ihe   pa '       ������   . .   :
. ..
Pure salt is iuA as important as
pure water or pure nunc.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
ii absolutely pure and never cakes.
.    .'      -       To    a
stem       .        -   ���
m thosi    -   ' . Provin ���-.-    i
las ...   igh!    i i .-:
..   ���.-   to  an;   given  tl
is a     rther rig      shown
���  thai  the terms worke     >u    mo e
. -, _     islj    in    hei   case.    In
��� her vi oi ls,  terms  of un   a-   ������
- in -nominal!. gain
the o l        nces, was       n
med,  as  has     ���-.-.....
- a ���   iasis oi :.- gotiation, an .   _
it   was  ann i ince I    hat    he   M  B
.:.: .-..-   had determin
lon   it and  substitui
..  which  coul:  not be =
at   ail   wlthoul ting
even       n was w< ak noug
-.-���:��������� .    the  Mc-
Bridi irnmei ��� -'   :
'going
to  get.  not  Im
��� an    ���   '   ' . he .
f the matti    since has     nfiri
i      1.1-    quit     evld
even his partj      ends        ng th
.   .    .... Ottawa
Mi     McBride's tions;
��� ��� ..        -... ���   : ' -
titudi _  - .-- .  .   -
��� I .-���  ol a man v. ho wani        ���  lis
iss nd fail
vi 1. .. in  ��� he expressivi
West    -., - '   ��� king  foi   I
a i. ile Ine i lent '- bui anoi hei  Ulustra
'I. n   of   the   ahsur li'.      :    ��� .-    31 lng
.:.    - ��� ,:.- affairs to the han l -   if s
a set of self-seeking ine a    .tents as
-.hose at .lames Bay.
Women Who Do
The Cheerful, New-Old Philosophy Expounded by Florence
Morse Kingsley, Who Practices
What She Preaches     ::      ::      ::
C-'nis.   have   you   formed   a    "Mi-
Philura"   club   in   your   neighborly. ...
and are you living up to It?   Vou Un
the  graceful,   cheery   story   of   "Th-
Transfiguration    of    Miss    Philura"
Miss Philura, wh i acted on the te
ing of a so called  -'new thought"   I ���
hirer that  we can  have   every   g i.
thing ive  desire  if   we   have    per:
faith that   it   is  coming to us.    M
Philura heard the lecture, and.  Km.-:
.i  rather   poor   and   neglected    littl-1
spinster   who   wanted  a   whole   lot   of
things,   she   simply   asked   the  "En
cling Good" to give them to ber,   u
then waited In childlike faith till they
came, as they did.
Mr-.   Floren ���������   . I irse   Kingsley,   tl
author of this and other s1 iries equ il '
charming, lives up to her own .1 ictriu"
as fully as she makes Miss Philura u
She  has  absolute   faith    In    the    E :
circling '. i "1.   whh h  is ready  for i
if we only give it a chance to n   ..
fest.    Mr-. K ngsley has a pretty 1. ��� .
>n S' :ii ���:, I -In n 1.    Her husband,   '.. ���.
Charles   11.   Kingsley,   Is   pastor
hurch there. Sh ��� has f iur fine -
and ay- - ��� ��� -.- (laughter, m -1
ll        ! .   ���   lies '     Th    . i  is
mother of gr iwn ch   li su, Mrs. K   -
Ep
>''    MS,-
I
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THE    BETTER   TERM     I. A.TTER.
.   ���  . ��� rs at  Ot-
��� .. ...       ....        .hell
Ir.   McBride   v
Pro. . hinted   a
plan '   . ...
:   ��� ' :.   ���   '
enci ,:i_     I'  now appe.' s i i
.   onlj
loyal io the Proi ince, and hii     ������
..'  (ittavi a has        ��� ength
sue  .      ...   iuseu in tin   fii _.
nanner in �� hich the subjei I   ivas
di ���!   le lefl : ir
lhi   East, in the i a    ol
In thi   f, it  that the paj n
Province  Into   thi
t .-a- ii    had exceeded b;   some ftfl
millions of dolla     the ]
In  an I   for the   Pi i. In :e  bj   thi   D .
minion   I h asui      I; ��� n    i . nd
b isis - il negoti tion with a vi  .������ to a
r< vision of the tern s ol    nion as be
tween    iie   Pro       e and 1
. m,   a; art   rrom   an       idepi
ih.   gem   il qui   tioi hi   :
;,.tions of the fede
governments.   Whi n thi      li    Prov-
nces       ne I to make thi n,
they ha l much
ta   base 'ii--- ''
:    the cen I thi
govi       ��� .:' mattei      finance,
'-5tN*i .'t��Wi,    ��� ���
a. <**'J     ��� ^��-.      -y
"    �� * - -y*:*   '*
^o-   a
ri'
3
Mils.   I LOW '     '    M   1.   .    lit . OSLET.
ley  her-.,df |o ���!'    nn ninre limn  thirl
years old,  pr ibabl.   been
sweet   temperc 1  and   kind   mil p ilit
und  is  always   _ ,  ,;,-1,|   --.re   that   ' :
good  she  longs   for  11  hers  nud   . i
manifest Use :' t i her    ,\ n ithe:
cheeriest i.i iks i- "The tlesurrecl   i -
Mis- Cynthln."
A   Rem2r^ai.!e   Family  of   Wjmeti.
Living on ii New Jersey farm pnM -
the year, the ri s; of It pers ma ly i
ducting a li rse and cattle r in 'h . i
west, is a unique family of three -
atlons of women,   Tbej are Mrs   La
the  grandmother;   Mrs,   Caroline   v :
(ihi. the mother, and her t�� o daug  I
Winn ai.ih and .Vdele    All . re e
ln the borse and catl. ��� ri    hlng
ness.      MK,    \\ ll ���   111 .1.    I 'Hi    I lii.
natural h irse trainer,    si an I i
aud manage lh ��� .   - I "   '.'law b i"
mat  ever  breatned  iJui   fire anil   '.
-������ in   ���  fi   :ii bis nostrils.    One of  .
fen ts  was   :    .       % to subject
1 lesti i ' fame I    throughout
w est - y and la �� less
She de lares sh       a do an;
a horse - i she ne. i - feels afra
E izabc
K. E-o. n. Mine Ovine
A-.'.    _       ���:" '.*'    ���      jl  :i
led  the   us ial   life    I   a   young   .
and never sh_wn anj  special busi
ability,   went   i.  visit   a   friend   :
Leadville. Colo.   Like nearly everj
derfo.ii wh i goes to the mining reg
the girl, i.i :���.. >eth K. Brov a, was b
gered to 1  ... soi     mining cl lims.   I. ..
most hapless ten lerfeet, too, she :
the bait.    Unlike the common  run i
them, however, she  i     le g wd     I lei
claims,   which  "ere  In   the  Ited  I    :.
district   and   suppose 1   '. y   those
s-'id tla :.; to her ' . be v. orthless, tu
out ri ���!. .i. .   Id    ead and     iv  r.   TI ��� i
it was that M.s- Browu displayed un
expected commercial talent. She irgan
ized n mining company.
Ai.ce D. Le Plonoeon.  Explorer
A grai eful little lady  who prob
k:i"\vs   more   about   the   Isthmus
Panama and < 'entral Am srici n :��� ��� ;
than any  o ber pers in  of ber sex    ���
M:: ���.  Alice  D   Le  PI mgeon   a
i'.i ' klj'.     For i n ��� I. -   j ears she :
Lei'  bus     '  .    Di      .ugustus   Le   i
ge n, lived in     ���    sti     is reg
made explorations there.    Among
historic rn.r.s thej unearthed rei! -
Inscriptions   pro. li .:   bej ond   ..
thai the mj ster ms uukn iv u race
wr ugl : '     ���    ssive C( ntral A
ten;; les     lid   statues  h ere  1. n li
the pe ;  e lilt the pyra
Egj pt,   probablj   conti mp irary
th :..
Mme.   Le   i'i mgeon    es] lally
n ir'S the nal ve In Ian w  men    f i
peninsula of i'u ���.ii.r.i.    They ar
hard w uking an i   lei ated to d
dut'i s, ���! 'i -- always In white and .
'."���    'fui  and  comely.     They   are   :���
markably erect in carriage, owing i
their habit  of bearing  burdens   upon
their heads.
MAEC1A W. CAMPBELL
':*'-... -..'...'-. /
'"T'.ZS'������'"*-:    r
K
'E-,
I ���
rat.' '���"^
's'-^.   ���-������
'  ���( '-"��� .s
il    '���
J. LECKIE. C2L^
Vancouver. B.C.
-.: ,'_..-_e___.i___i.'t_.--.
Striking  a   Match.
King E      "     in      said  :' ..'  he
spent the        I .  i   I nervous
moment of his . : oa a praii
Canada when he visiti . .. il mn-
try as a youth. He was in-no dai ���
ger of being scalped by a re-: Indii
or eaten by wolves or gored by a
maddened bison. His ans ct. and
nervousness were simply due to his
efforts to light a match. The prince
and his party were miles awny from
human habitations; they wanted to
smoke and had only one match between them. Lois were east as to
who shoul I strike it. The lot fell
on the prim e, and with great difficulty he managed to get the light
which was to supply them with fire
till their return t > civilization.
S.aiing   Wax   For   Jars.
Make a mixture of one-third resin
and two-th i :- beeswax. Heat together, mis well and put away until
needed. When it is to be used lay
a lump of it on top of the jar or bottle to b ' -- de 1 and press it down
with a hot shovel. This will molt
it, an I thus seal tii" i 'irk.
WANTED��� , -
i   Igers     Applj   247 Fi
WANTED���i
::.;.;.  .-  n   ing nights    n fan
A :   ias- G., this   iffice.      If*
WANTED ��� A bla     - ne
, ial rj.     Applj   Gillej    Bros., F   mt
strei '. New   Wes minster
WANTED- Good   g
family   of   three;   wages   ..
nth.     A, ,'i;.   i_J   Agnes   si
LOST-  A ... nch of seven    ���        I -
���  lam    is   sorl      Fin ������
turn : i Dailj  \evi - office.
LOST    Blai a   -;. mie     thre    months
liI I.    with    small    whi ���     spoi    on
reast;    ansvi ers   to   the   name   ���
"Joker."   Rewar 1 .: rei ime I to i irner Twelfth    an I    Eighth    streel
Ge irge A lams.
70 LET ��� Two furnished  ro im - : e
.;_!.        isi ke . Ing ed a..up;,.
preferred.    Applj   :,x S( i on i si
��� -.."   cj .-������ n's avi 1SS-3
LOST���B( ' a,-- :.   th( '      of  Sixth
and Carnai \ m strei   - and boar i of
���   tde  i n i... ... i   -    resceni   bi    -
set  with  pearls     Finder  please re
turn to Dall;   S'ews ofl   ��� 190tf
W. R. Gilley. 'Hron.   i _ d
GILLEY BROS,
Uea era in
j    Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement, |
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
! Al.s'i agents H. C. lottery Co. sewer  pipe  ������'
] Lo  .   igents Vancouver Portland Cerm   I
{  Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Def
! 'Phone 1-ti
LAND REGISTRY I
I
.. ES
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES
FLOUR.
. ENDERS  ., i.
-  -   ��� f Peniteni      ��� iwa
:    Ti ndi
22nd
tax sale di :"
a   1       ��� ai :-:
I s t day o 1
nd singula i  HI
G-.en Tomato Pie.
Three    medium    size    tomatoes,
choppe 1 fine; half i ipful of raisins.
half     | :    - of sugar;
1 ��� teasp ��� n :' il eacl        ci  namon
and a.'- . ��� . ��� mon;
icnful rnstarch, stir
:   . - a . '���   ' vi . ��� :.    Bak
.:: 0] "  -'.
Cie^n.ns.   Pai. t.
'i nl      tin pen a
iter,      ���   ���      v.    ��� ���
ii i thc painl    mtil tl      lirt i.
:��� i. .        ' in \ iti :.
I jiolish with
Paint cleansed
in "... -     . new,
ng ana   ���
inclusive, fro ���      esii     ^esl     :
ig for
twel       . 1st.
i", for I .   .   '
ii.iiia-i.- .
GIVE VOUR CHILI REN
NEMO
a Penli
.       ���   :'        Pei
Pi
' -
��� i nd ". B1
i. Lo
m
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SPROTT- SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
Ants.
To gel '   ints wi   ._     it a
ition of r a
l. it 01
....       ...
th tin ts.   Plunj
-    ��� ���  ���   .   !  ..
n the i       ���   inn r.
A   G-nJ   Crr ��� etic.
i        niber is ono of      tui e's    sn
��� ��� . -.    I :���    -in.  i i lice "i
���   -���.������ tp for  wash
ing your fai e. 1 ion'1 throw awai
even tho rind. :; I il and use the
water : ir washing your fai e.
-
Bookkeeping, i P
einei
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students AlwA'
R. I. SPR0T1 B. A��� Principal
\, ��  w
LAND REGISTRY Ail
.
I
In the   Laundry.
After etarcl garmenl - have
b ��� tied they should be hung in
the su shine to thoroughly dry and
thai the simsl e may take away
an ��� ye low spots caused by too hot
iroTi.  ^	
Oct. 16 In FMetorf.
1793���Marie Antolnetti    queen  of  Prai	
. tlni d   al    P.arl       born   175!
John   lii-.-. ;    the   :������ atomtst,
: md - .   bom 1728
1795���A . tor An id us III   of Bavoj died
��� ' ,i , in put I'asset'a!- ii born al  i oi
��� . ��� v   N   II . died  1869.
:   ���     johi    Wi ntworth,   we��ti rn   ploi   ei
an I   ; olltli ii  !��� . ler,   familiarly  e.alle<5
- .���  John,"  died   in   Chicago;  born
. ..; :- .,; the United Bl ites i raiser
n   ���    ..:, i     i   v.. p iralso    be-
 Bllo with ' '.
.. rdei n,   Wash .  desti
���   '   persona b med
.      1     ' a ���-.. .    .. ' "
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
���'
���' '. ' ae ii' i: - me
:        .:. i      ���
���'���   ' n i iir interest In
8 ��� ��� inti     l 1 herein,    ny unre
i any jiart thereol persons cla
C, s. Kiln ;, ild land
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles. ""' t'"c--'":'
Land    i' ofl ee,  \. ,   v ,   ��� :"   Lal  :   '
it!" ,, -   io, 1906.
  til
vided ii   ' ���
NOTICE.
1
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
monireai, vjueuec, u. v. ih-j��
Portland, Boston,
And all tiie principal busini    ������   tersof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the M Mil
TIME PROVINI I.s.
Ala-- to BUFPA1 0, Ni*'.\  YORK i i .
PHILADELPHIA,  via N	
Fur I im ��� Tabl ss, el   , a   Iress
GEO.  W. VA'jX,
a   . :,,;.' Gi n'i Passe .     ',       ;
Agent, VA   '.   i   - St    Ch  ago, IH.
JAMES   McKAV.
Itiii'iirter  a"'
���     ���'��� Will        II a 0f
:  ���������  '-  :' '   Hi      :> '���  is :,,  be
���    '  '���������  I ; hop,
"  wl   ;'     k '    "l ��� '"'!        al -,   1,-ni
!;" and '     ������ ':i ��� ' Marhl? and Granite n^
- this Hr^flsfoncs.
T. MOWBRAY      Iabiets' ^
* Westmlnsti
- lesDAY.
16. 1306.
THE DAilA  NEWS
THE
CASH STORE
Smith's
Garments
For the Fall and Winter Season have a greater range of
sizes, styles, models, and prices
than ever.
j Local News Briefly Told
���
S. '.. 'i.
'       a ,       .
'..
iti._   an
���   .
La in.a   Mi
ited on Sund
Sanford, c!  V in
��� ;    '.-   Mr.  (iii. ��� ���������������.      |
��� rt   over to Lul    Islai      .a .     i       Jn -b i;.,';
i se    A :��� ,v -.... . ago he trough!
iacl ia.-.   ai. '  :. oore '1 ii  a'
tl."  rear   of  his   office,   where   it   is
iting ihe cons imni ii   in -.���' certain
.a'  the    lans l.e has foi me 1
>n-
!���...    ...   \]        '������   wrestling   match    has    been  :..-.   t
\   ...
VS.  :, i i   ��� ,
1 rlghl
.ai : ��� con -i :������ '������ i to Le well verse | in
the 3_______
:oats
iUITS
$7.75 $10.50 $14.00
$18.50   $22.50
$12.75   $16.50   $22.50
$28.50    $35.50
A wrestling   match    lias    been  ar-
���:._   I  ! t ween  Ai thui   Wise, of this
i ���   , ai, I M. Harrison, a Nanaimo lal.
��� ���(���- ��� .  I".  The match is ������> come offl at the Van1
of  couver opera house ..a Mondaj  next,
Via   .a,' | the men  to weigh  in a-   1 Pi ids.    a
excepi a' tbe ste . ere numhei uf local sports are going over
"���''' 'wn side b ome apart, .ii'-:.-- ������> Vancouver in a special car for the
l>* as i result of coming in violen ion- pu pose uf cheering the local lad on
���"' with so ibjeci to victor..     Wise has been  wrestling
, ,   . . at 1 iie lii'- hall  foi' the la--   three    'ins.
pheas looting  wae
.a.i ,r ;., i...    a;,.B- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ins  of  the  Beason, an.l   also  that  a      Donald    McLean,   a   P."    Meadows
rancher, arrive i :n the ci'.- yester la..
a: ��� : noon   with   i   .aluabli   collie dog
'  ;:   tow.    Befo      '   ������ iia :   : ir :ul-
,w   . uncod,   ' he  Scotchman an 1   his   ..e-.
J,.,, , .        , had parte;! comp inj. and Mr. McLean
  ,- ���':_   :":l '''  a comp)  ...'   ' ���  ��� he  ell     .  dici
... |e | that hi.-   .-.- vi..    losi. - olen or
��� ��� i.    I!-' rat hei   ihlnl his collie
wi,-,.s       ,    ,   wandere I uwaj  for a sho
lest   itself  in    hi    i .    '-   ; .-.   -��� reel -.
.  parentlj 'ie- dog is nol     i . '���> city
.   'SI -   Il   uf, .
1 ' la'
lortly I    J- A- Skinner, ot* Adelaide, B.C . was
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish i3 what makes furniture va;ue3. Our endeavor
is to give these two qualitlea in every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cohbler seat rocker la
a j^ade.- and i5 a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, lar-?e genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the beO^   ^orrl3 chairs all oa*.  frame from $7.50 each up
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
DuponfjBlork. Telephone 73.
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THE WHITE HOUSE
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR XMAS  FANCY
WORK TOO LATE.    WE HAVE A COM
PLETE STOCK OF
Tinted Novelties
a        '
������   :
lain Ro
-
n ishaps.
A. J. BIRTCH.
267 Columbia Street
il
I
���
cusl imers i   i
.. iject, bul ;
ie in the clo
ie i.     Na'   onl;    ' . !-���'
. ��� i    .     ....     those
���'������ "  �� ml  style first,     i      iey also want garments with
. nei il   itility to bai u   . ��� ��� i - - .-. le    Thi foi values
aith's garment.) give them real  values, style   ind wear.
.   ���    ia-.  are full
$2JjQ        ��� en's coats or
Tiie minute j ni  lo ik at. on
g trmei
ie for tie   :  1      iske 1, whe
ber thej
coats
imong the i ial -
:. i  underwear.
, e exceptionally a
��� i ��� .
��� i : ations from N
Y.iii-
-��� i   an i Toronto.
���
'   the   suits,
.-, ai - in
while   oi
ij  of them be-
-     . a'l'.e    fr iill
irl   hats have been   turn   I oul   of our vmrkrcoi
miners are kepi   bus.   [ram   M inda; nil -  ti
S it;
ve have   I
q i iiiy and   the
ver;      Ind
rea    mo lerate
''Vtj
TJ
un,USl.VkJi
m
mm
h River Pilot i yesterday granted four inches of ��
    ��� a le   from   a   small   sl i ana   n hich   u-osses
_��� .     ,vii anj   the Xorth Arm road near No. 3 bridge.
Tin- application asked for ten inches.
but Water Commissioner C. C. Fisher
consider! I thai :' lur int hes would be
ample for his needs, and on having
the volume ol water which would be
derived from four inches explained to
him, -Mr. Skinner acquiesced in the
idea. The water is to be used for domestic and agricultural purposes.
e R. P Rithe - a m Into p I in
Sunday and re ui ne I I i Vlctoi I i
lerdaj As pari its inward cargo
was on ird 2,000 sacks of
Tod i inli cemenl .hich is to be re-
shippe i i.i iii" in wood, B.C., where it
w'.tl be used In the erection of a new
v. aierwoi ks .-
i'lace.
The   ini    ii*    "    ink sgi\ Ing    supper
: '    ���         ent in <   nnection with
St    Barnabas'  church will take  jilace
evening.    The ladies of the con-
havi    .    eput ition for putting   un ..   first-i lass spread, an I  the
���:.-���-��� -:i iicn'   will  be  well  up to the.
ird of I ner years,
Although not confirmed by the parlies iniero.ti i, it was freely reported
yestetday evening that the property
'-.". which he Royal Bank of* Canada
building --lamis had been sold for the
sum ot .::>'.  The name of the purchaser has not been mentioned, but
l.e is understood to be a man who is
Several    portsmen  returned  yo3ter-  ments iu New Westminster real estati
fternoon   and   evening   from   a  in  the near ."inure.   This sale is one
iting   expedition  in the  surround-  of ihe  largest   deals put  through  for
ing  country,  but   the results of their  some  time;  bui   those  on  the  Inside
ay's sport wer,. rather disappointing,   track  of future   movements say  that
flu    inclement   weather   drove  many   many larger sales are now pending,
before  they, even  .li.-cli irge I  a
barrel ai the elusive pheasants.      Afi*:' ^ing remanded several times
for eight days at a time. Pal Reardon
"    valuable  stallions   belonging   vvas discharged  by the police magis-
a   Alex. Galbraith, of Brandon, Man.,   trate    yesterday    morning.     Pat  was
re shipped to Calgary yesterdaj af-  charged by a  Chinaman with an un-
'   ������'���'    ������"'   C.P.R    The horses   provoked   assault,   and  had   been   al-
.   been exhibited at the fairs held   i;,.V(1(i OUI on ba���    p.u is eni,,loyed.
in Vic ,ria and also in this city, and   ,,,. the steamer Dunsmuir, and as the
been greatly admired by all lov-   boat   had  not been  in porl  since the
.     of horseflesh who saw them. alleged assault    was   committed, the
case had heen remanded periodically
until such time as the boat returned.
ed, wns arrestei for being drunk and      1
a   .       a    iasi    evening.      Johnston
;ii   ;"    ': ,w   !li-   iiJ;:'" An unruly team of horses provided
-h Officer Maxwell on the ,,nulsemen| for an interested crowd of
' father unusual     ���otei   wa* onlookera ���ear the C.P.R. depot    es-
, f r,0 avail, however, and lie spent the ,, ,.,.,y aftei.aoon| and incidentall:   i n-
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
\Ve Jon t charge extra for it. Our
contracts snow that we are masters���
thorough in every detail or work,
workmanship ana material.
HARDMAN & BRYSON
SEE LIS BEFORE YOU  LET YOUR   WORK.
Os ...    i ihnson, a Swede, who �� irk-
n Heap's mill before It was burn-
Chinaman   failed  ;.i  appear  ihis;
morning, and in his absence iU~	
was dismissed.
'!���- case
iheltei of the lock-up
v   l
'ifwm
We   mir..-: t  Ro\ ers   ars
.. ;oi ia.ll ' ia ��� - against
We '    :     '     *-���''
v       ������      ,, .������ - ��� iv lng i .a le
������ti
i g    mrocks       I ��� ���'���'   uianaged to keep them in check, and
WHERE TO BREAKFAST, LUNCH, DINE,
AND   SUPPER   AFTER   THE    THEATRE
Kenny s Restaurant
The Most Up-to-Date  Cafe
in New Westminster.
Something Worthy
of Investigation
aided a coupli if local teamsters to
demons! i ate I - the admiring bj stan I-
er i how nun ii thej una itood ahout
���flesh. The horses were hiti he i
to one of Belyea's wagons, and made   NTew  dwelling, v   rooms, Sapperton.    Terms,   cash   $500,   balance  to suit,
a wi-M dash for freedom at the foot of Price       JI.0C0
Eighth  street.    The  driver, however,'
I i.i ave to
come out vie
,-e ihi    can d
Dwell;;-.'-: and two lots, Third ave
manipulation   of   |j_e | Dwelling [new), ceni al.    Pri   s.
; (new I, ceni ra!	
Dwelling,  Bi&bee streel	
ter_ns of payment easy.   Price.
rarnr..,,
***_
y their works shaIIye
^ know them"
On the merit of (heir performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is thc inheritance of generations, make
...
S_
good time keepers and
' 'nsequently comfortable watches to carry.
' efficiency is assured by a guarantee which ei	
Wner ;�� have any constructional defect remedied free of
^ '��� '*' "earest agent in any part of the world. They
J^1 toade in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
The new India      i -:: '
I     I I     I     i\''la'ie     llllll 	
' !- r ither   Ill-natured   manner.    The   i u
.-..������.. I'he elect iting tertalnment lasted abont half an hour,
: ���   ��� ���        i vai -��� I   r    -i   ' ;,,, j  valuable ndvici   as reg i 'ds bi in
iray, and the contract (heating r]t,t buBtlng  was  handed  oul   In   big
by  a   masti rl;
lines, steered the team in a circle un-   nwellin*1
ii'   thej   were   tired   out.     After  the
l.-i-es   had o;;i   tei   down a trifle, thfl	
were given a  lesson  In  the nohh   art   Boarding house on lease foi  five years,
of  obedience,   which   the; ..
Pri
$2 500
$1,500
$1,300
$1,SO0
$3.50-1
T. R. PEARSON
h inches  bj   several   members of  the
.   iv. d,  b ii ' ;    ���>  i a: ���'. however, not
��� i ani i heti  i heories I > I he test,
iii I ��� inbl has been gl \ en i the
Van -'"ii.     ; h ,��� ing & PI inihltig   Co.<
both Ol tlii. i'i' . . I'll ' . i'i . "ises; ere |, wl hi .ami' '..', j iqulpped
within the next month.
.Miss Mlgnon I Hike, assiste 1 bj I.
I.. ,i. Mlnchin, will give n song and
piano recital in St. Pat i ll k'_ ': I ' hi -
night, the 19th. MUs !
\* w    West minster    County    Orange
VV. IN. Draper THEY All COME BACK
B. C. Land
NOTICE TO ORANGEMEN.
All   Royal   Scarlet Companions   of
tiiy, nev Fii'iaf
Duke ''"'i-
......... clal ��� l    iere  Lodge, No. 2, are requested  to meel
taa,  Bhe 3an3     ���   In the Orange Hall, New Westminster,
Battenburg on Tuesday, Oct, 16, al 8 p.m.
o:
for ihe
wlll  no doul :   i '���
ui en i:   Is kn iwn
and was ta. irably spoken of by the I purpose of organizing a County Royal
U'iidiim erlltes M
has been arrant
pleasing programme
ed and a vei > enjoj able eveninj
1'.- expected.
A  Scarlet Chapter,
W. DUNLOP
Count]
Master.
may
NOTICE.
landing  is
Olll   I'll     fi'1'1   	
active  commissi >u   In
Gilley's office.   The
are.
(.
ERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
The old
once more  In
I lhe  real' I I -^^	
which   Is ii  somewhat   ciini-
did   service for ihe
���   i   i io I manj years
ll   ': ITJ   VI IS   liJ: 'in-
'lle    il.ieilill'.'    '>l!^^^^^^^^^^^_
., pontoon  med to be brought befo
.loliN  McNIVBN, Chiel
CAMP,
pontoon,
bersotne affal
:   r, : ii iiu
After the i
iini.e i :i- a '���'*"
ih" iiis br
"LORD OP THE   ISLES
No.  191, S.O.S.
All members of the Camp are re
quested to atten I the meeting on
Tuesday evening al 8 o'clock, In K. of
p  Hall, aa a matte
of Importance Is
it.
ind sani
.    ., bi;; im ot the Fraser,
,    . i li ill  ���'���:���-  ' '���'-'������'     "��� I
,IOHN l'i.ir::;'-T^K, u. See.
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Nrv, Wp. .min-"---   B C
CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
-AT-
GAMONS
 Columbia Street.	
llGNON DUKE
Miss rviignon Duke assi std by
MR. L. H.J. MINCHIN, will give a"
Song and Piano Recital
IN
ST.  PATRICK'S  HALL
RIDAY EVENING, OCT. 19th
ADMISSION, 50c.
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -      -       35c
12 to 2 p.m.; C to 8 p.m.
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block,
Columbia St.
Proprietress.
'ail'
i
;
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'l'i
:' . _.. J
i   f_! THE   DAILY  NEWS
TUESDAY
0-T. 16,
Beards   =nd   Creasec    f .-ousers.
Those   men   wearing   beards   will   hav.
them clipped  torpedo  fashion. ��� Order te
the British Naval V< lunteers.
"A torpedo beard," explained an
expert, "is a beard clipped to a
point ��� a ��� <:'. of -i abby Vandyki
bean!���and is the official beard oi
the navy. Just now the torpedo
beard is bei oming more popular���Ln
fact, it is the only beard that smart
peoide wear.
"The flowing beard is hopelessly
out of fashion and is usual!}' worn
only by people who have reached
that stage of life when they have
ceased to crease iheir trousers."���
London Mail.
Australia   Prosperous   Again.
Australia is in the flood tide of
prosperity. Her revenue is nearly
half a million sterling in excess of
the estimate, and for the coming
year the various slides will receive
bai k from the commonwealth government more than _300,000 above
the minimum to whicli they are entitled. The distribution would be
larger slill but for the very right
decision of the go. 'rnment to establish penny postage al home and with
the rest of the empire. Australian
trade is booming.    Exj orts exceed
imports   by   nearly   E'.0,000, ).���
London Sai urdav ticvievi.
Tic  Mcny  Microbe.
The la i do:i Lane d lias been
warning its re-.-lers againsl the table
implements at restaurants, the door
handles of public places nnd vehicles
nnd, above all, the coin of the realm.
The merry microbe thrives on these
unnutritiou. substances, it seem.,,
nnd takes a malevolent delight in
imparting all manner of diseases to
the unui.i",'. .Knowing from experience that the Lancet approves of
few tilings to eat and drink, a con-
temportary suggests that the human
race live in balloons and subsist cr.
bananas and sterilized milk.
it is easy lo deceive lots of people.
Imt it takes a geuius to keep theni
deceived.
In vacation the small boys constitute
a local disturbance committee that it
is hard to do business with.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre ior soft coal
and $-'o for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entrj- fcr a mining location.
A free miner s certmcate is granted
for one or more year-, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $750
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to cai ital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, 'lie at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice. one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
J1.00 an  acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claim- - ntaining iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, ol an
area not exceeding  ido acres,
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of -i'i per cent, of the sales
of the  products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING--Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fe��
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. Thc latter in-1
eludes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding 1000 feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���-A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to tbe
submerged beds or bars of tbe river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first y .ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims   shall not  exceed  250  feet  in
s
length, measured on the base line <{
general  direction   of  the    creek    o>
gul h. the width being from iooo fo
2000 feet. All other placer claims
-hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
I" sts, one at each end, bearing noti.' -. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten i
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles cr fraction.
The person or company staking ?
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-.
put on which no royalty shall br
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings nr bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the leasee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each live miles
but where a person or company has
��� btained more than one lease one
dredge i -r each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half p.r cent, collected on the
��� put  after  it  exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
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 thc
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same _:eek, gulch or river, by
giving notice and  paying a  fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $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 cither 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���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tor
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the pros-
peel, r discover oil in paying quantise-, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of tbe
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as maybe specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dent. Interior.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville street. J.seph Martin, K. C, .������
VS. Weait, W. ti. McQuarrie, II. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin will be in th.
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc.. 42 Lorne
street, opposite Ci urt House, New
Westminster. A. Whealler, P.O. Box
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIX, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
and Notary Public, in prat tice since
1891 at New Westminster, B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block. Clarkson Street, opposite (.'oun House.
P.O. Box 1G9.   Telephone 64.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 10th   Street
New Westminster, II. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON]
Residence:
24 Efgl.ll!, .t Fev Vet fn taster, B.C. I
BOARD OF TRADE.���Xew Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of eaeh month.
Qunrt6.lv meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Whi'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
each mouth, 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, r'O. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i munih in
Masonic Temple, st 8 ).. m. Visiting brethren are jordially Invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
KOYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 459
R, B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop. W.
P.;    E. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall fi.-st and
third Friday In each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
/. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hull, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
dially Invited to attend. A, P. Halla-
day, N'.<;.: W. C. Coatham, Rea. Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings tbe first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to at.end.
Lodge room. A. 0. TJ. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman,
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of eaeh month,
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia St., at
s p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place, Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. IS. Stineli-
combe, Pres., II, Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, 1.0.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. Ii. Rushton,, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R, S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on thp Second
and Foui lh Tuesdays of eaeh month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to iittend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in,, in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren nre cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SON*: OF 6C0TLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K, of I>. Hall, John McNivoi:.
Chief; j. ,i. Forrester, Rec. Sec.     *
Annual
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach  Corny
Limited
PRIZE CONTEST
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our 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 THE DAILY NEWS
A CHANCE TO SA VE
ONE-HALF ON YOUR
.. DENTAL WORK ..
Our operators are all expert and graduate
specialists of many years1 experience, and their work
cannot be equalled. Our patented painless methods
are the most modern known to Dentistry and are
confined to us exclusively.
Our Prices Never Change
Read Them, Then Plan to Profit
Gold Crowns, - $5.00
Gold fillings - $1.00
Siidge Work & 5.00
Platina Inds - 1.00
Set of Teeth , 5.00
Silver    " ��� ��� 50c
Ali our work guaranteed for 10 years, with a
protective guarantee. Consultation and examination tree of charge.
Boston
entists, Ltd.
407 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B. C.
Hoi
lrs>;' ;*. m. to 8 p. m.
Phone 2229
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
CORSETLE5S COSTUMES.
!
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,   j
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes. '
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephoned. New Westminster
I>r. ..  Reform   Movement  Anions :h��
-V-.j.i.-fi     .   Germany.
I ��� j- - ���;
the utteui] .     t ���
ladies  i ��� -
lire*
and
subjei'
lion  ii.  Mi
It -,v  8 iu
ami  an
WM to shal:
. ���
���   ."Ei.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Insures i   io'.u         t;   to   a        I   :  .   START NOW to save you   moi
nn i you :������ SS. never regi e   il     Pe iple a       .iiu - eve .   laj    ad 1
nothing to sb    .   :' >r it.
OXE DOLLAR opens a;; accouni      Pul ll in your pocket, I    .-.
ably l��- nothing,   ial  ONE  DOLLAR    leposited every we      with us will in
'(11 yea 5 an    ml to $604.50.    THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 3 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINS 1 E.K    bKANCH
F.B. LYLE, Manager.
I r
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1.11.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL   (ALL  paid  up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND  $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,   G.   C.   M.
G  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond,    President
E. .'. Clouston Vice President   and   Genera'.  Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, in London,  Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Xfld., and correspondents in all parts of the
world.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER,  General Manager. ALEX. LAIRD. Ass'. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
STKEET DBESS.
ami to demonstrate that the female
figure could !"��� more ! eautiful without
llllll.   Willi   it.
Healthful the reform model gowns on
exhibition certainly were, except in one
respect. Th ��� ladies made no attempt
to shorten even a little bit the street
su.'.'pia_; skirls or their models. These
were nf a draggling length that uo s ilf
respecting Americau woman wo;.1.1
wear on 1 ho streets.
From theurtlsticviewpolnt'the reform
dress exposition was also in the main
successful, though some of the creations looked like guys. Many of the
gowns were very beautiful, 'i.i-.'
showiil that the well proportioned
feminine figure is lovelier without than
with ibe corset.
A wonderful display of machine
made art embroidery, if one might c ;.'
tin- expression, was also to be seen at
the exhibition. The aim was here ; 1
demonstrate the capabilities of the
sewing machine in the line of ai t
needlework and to dispense . . far as
possible With eye destroying,   :yi;a;.;:,i
engendering hand work, li.-.v, to ., tl..'
show was successful���if women cou! I
only be made to put aside their not: a
that, what costs the most is necessar l.v
the prettiest. Hut because they can:, it
be made to do su the attempt to popularize ilie beautiful machine art cm-
broidery failed.
The reform costumes, as shown i.i
the Munich exposition, were many -..'
them so pretty aud Inviting that Immediately numbers of women jumped into
them and paraded them up ;i :' ������
streets. The result was mixed. M. \
who thinks lie protests against ti hi
lacing ami all uncomfortable femii ,
dressing, n 1 sooner saw the now g>w;::.
jn the sti is than, as always, be pro
tested vociferously against anything si
unconventional. It wasn't tbe good ol '
wasp waist style he was uaed to, uad
he didn't like ir.
However, the dress reformers ii',.!:.'.
mind man much, but went  bravely 0.1
till they came up against a new
staele.    Fat women, very fat. put 111-:::
selves Into the new costume and lo ..
a i;;;n.:::al banking  business transacted.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Fanners  for   their banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BV   MAIL���Deposits    may be made or with.Law a oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
MAV WESTMINSTER BRAXCH���II. R. DAVIDSOX, Manager
OPEX   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
aa.
MU
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL
C.
EVK_m.o fiowN.
���just as bad without as with corsets.
But the stayless dress was something
unusual. The formless women whe
wore it had the bad taste frequently t .
make it up in glaring colors, si) it or.'y
partly captured the general fancy.
Still, there are hundreds of women win:
wear it in ihe large cities of Euro--. ���
It hns even Invaded St. Petersburg.
The summing up of tlie result of the.
German dress movement, sa far as appearance goes, is that she with a gocJ
figure Is graceful and stylish in t.:a
reform rig; she with the bad one looks
just as uncomely iu that as she would
look in anything else.
Moral.���Traiu yourself to have a ire 1
figure. Auy woman can who is not dr-
formed.      CAROLINE ANDERSON,
.:
,   - THE DAVLY   NEWS
TUESDAY. OCT.
Public Supply Stores
COWAN'S PERECTION COCOA
FREE DEMONSTRATION by Mrs. Lloyd.
All are invited.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
PRAIRIE WHEAT CROP
COMES IN FREELY
Receipts   of   Wheat   for   ShiDmer.t  at
Points  Along   C.P.R.   Exceed
All   Records.
CHEAP   PUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
M. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    1 50.
.... CALL ON....
r.A.Mu_r&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
The Weather.
Victoria, Oct. 15.���The barometer is
al normally low over ihe Pacific slope,
i accompanied by heavy rains throughout this province, ;i southerly gale on
the coasl and a thunderstorm at Cape
Flattery, North Head reports a wind
velocity of 68 miles an hour. The
weather is fair and mild from the
Rockies to Manitoba,
Temperatures.
Min.
50
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.   - ��� - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
i Victoria	
Vancouver     A'i
Xew Westminster....    48
Kamloops     4(1
Bai lt< rville     srl
Porl Simpson     -M
I Atlin     _n
Dawson     :;.
t*Calgarj     _.
Winnipeg     50
Fortland     _0
-Sun Francisco     52
Forecast, Tuesday:  Lower Mainland
��� Winds mostly easterly or southerly,
increasing In force on the gulf; unsettled and mild with rain.
Max.
58
56
54
56
42
50
40
40
GO
OS
Co
OS
-o���
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. Xew Westminster.
Phone 275
Souvenirs!
Post Cards!
ANY AMOUNT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Considerate Thieves.
Carman, Man., Oct, in.���On Friday
evening last $56 wns stolen from the
'ill in the C.P.R. station, during the
a 1 sen'-.' of Mr. King, the agent. Mr.
King wns the loser, as he would have
to reimburse lhe company. The burglars  evidently got  wind  of this and
nsiderately wrote Mr, King a note,
telling him he would find the money
at a certain part of the station. The
money came to hand, and Mr. King
appreciates the compliment.
Afloat Again.
Eureka, Cal., Oct, 15.���The steamers
Roanoke and   Scotia were floated  today,
Winnipeg, Man., Oct. 15.���Twenty
million bushels of wheat have been
delivered al points along the track of
the C.P.R. already this year. Tins'
establishes a new record In this line;
the total amount received in any previous '.car up to the corresponding
period being millions less than the
large total received ibis season. The
total for wheat ihis year is six millions in excess of last year. The season of 1905 was also greatly in ex-
cess of 1904. Receipts on Saturday al
points on the C.P.R. were as follows:
Wheal receipts. 540,000 bushels; of
other mains there were received :',i'..-
000 bushels. On ihe corresponding
day of last year the receipts were:
Wheat. 629,000  bushels;   other  grains,
59,000 bushels, The total receipts up
to the close Of business on Sal urday
were as follows: Wheat. 19,876,000
bushels; other grains, 1,225,000. In
the corresponding period of last year
the receipts were as follows: Wheat,
13,898,000 bushels; other grains, 731,-
000 bushels. The receipts of to-day
will Increase the grand total for the
present season to a sum considerably
over the twenty million mark.
By  Pigeon  Post.
Fisheries Inspector Sword's clever
bba of forming a homing pigeon connection between the Pemberton and
Harrison lake hatcheries is now a consummated fact, and a number of carrier pigeons bave been secured and
sent to both Pemberton Meadows and
Harrison. The plan has been adopted
to nieet existing conditions. The Pemberton hatcheries are over a hundred
miles beyond Harrison and are difficult to reach even in favorable weather. When it is very rough the
hatchery is practically cut off from the
om side world. To Harrison there is
t< legraphic communication, and by
placing the Pemberton hatchery in
touch with Harrison, it also places it
in touch with the head office here.
Some of the pigeons have been secured from local stock and others huv.l
been Imported for the purpose, and by
placing them on the ground at the
present time, they will become accustomed to their new quarters and raise
their young, thus becoming thoroughly identified with their new homes before the busy season starts next
spring. For the sake of the uninitiated, it may be stated that ihe boni-'
ing or carrier pigeon is one of iim
fleetest of birds upon lhe wing, and
tla missive which it is expected to'
carry is rolled up into small compass/
and is frequently placed in ;i small
tube which is concealed under ihe
bird's wing or around its neck. A
gentleman of Victoria not long ago released a carrier pigeon from his own
Hock at San Francisco, and the pigeon
arrived at its home in Victoria sixteen
hours after it had been released.
The officials of the two hatcheries
will exchange pigeons, and when there
is need of transmitting a message, ihe
imprisoned pigeon will be released to
work the trick.
More
Ready-to-Wear Hat
s
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
The Tentea Field.
New Orleans. Oct. 1.",.���With 1,300
tents, pitched at ciiy park race track,
the twenty-fourth copvention ot the
Knights of Pythias and biennial encampment of the uniformed rank began to-day. Prizes for the drills, tbe
feature of the encampment, will he
awarded Saturday. About three thousand   knights   in   uniform ar"  at   the
tented (ity. and the hotels are now
filled lo the limit witli Pythians audi
their friends.
invited   ove
ite  Indiana  to
Accident
Insurance
	
The Most Liberal Policies
covering all occupations
DOUBLE INDEMNITY
For Tram and Railroad
Accidents.
Canadian Casualty and
Boiler Insurance Co.
WHITE & SHILES, Agents
��.<.   Columbia St.
Phone 3
. IS
QUEENSBOROUGN
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 $1000.00 annually.
ONE CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND.
$175
SECURES ONE OF THESE LOTS.
N. B.' LCome in to-day���the choicest selections are
being taken.
f. i. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Insurance Loans Rea! Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New   Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
make a speech for a Democratic
candidate for governor. Warming
up lo hi.- subject, thc senator said:
I've been t-t-told that the Re-rc-
publican candidate is a scho-scho-
scholar, thai In- has tr-1 v-iranslated
Homer's "Iliad." Wha-wha-whal
good is that lo us? Every Democrat reads IJotner in the or-or-orig-
i n a 1. *
"The besl part of the juke is, as
Mem'tt afterward said in telling the
incident, that nobody in tlie audience even smiled al the statement.
Merrill went back to Illinois t'nt-
next dav."���American Spectator.
"A  Message  From  God."
Governor Guild ef Massachusetts
had a visit the other dav from a
crank with a "message from God."
His experience reminded a Huston
lawyer of nn incident in Fall I.i ver
years ago, when a clergyman named
Alley was on trial for the murder of
a parishioner. "Ile was defended
successfully," said the lawyer, "by
thc late Jeremiah Mason, considered
liy all of us tn have been the f.'reat-
esl American pleader who ever
faced a jury. Mr. Mason had finished his examination and was to make-
his plea in lhe morning, lie was
about io retire, when a crank was
ushered iti. '1 have a message froi;
the Angel Gabriel declaring that
Brother Alley is imt guilty of this
awful crime, and"- hul he got no
further. Masoij beamed upon him
and said: 'My dear sir, this is most
timely. Go at once lo Gabriel and
lave a subpoena served upon him directing his appearance in court in
the morning.' The crank departed
iu a trance, nnd the door closed lie-
fore he .-.���!���(,ver.��"
receiv.-d    ���],.
Milliner. De] - ','j/M
from   London
parcel   post, i
Ml I
I.
v'S:w\
are constantl;     ��� - ���   .....
a
houses   of tlu I
lasi lot . i .
���ie- in La lies
from.
Samples   , :
re constant
us     It      'lr  ' , ..
' nll-e-
centers,
THIS WEEK'S SHOWING |
IS A SELECTION OF
Ww'+M \ PAR,S walkinghats
Wrw'ilW
We *!:' '" ' allpofti
Iar ci ���
W. S. COLLISTER & CO,
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S
AT   THE    HOTELS.
Guichon���Virginia Keating, John L.
Connor, li. B. Emery, New York: 1-'.
Smith. Toronto: !!. R. .'haney, Mont*
real; W. C Cunningham, Hamilton!
.lame.. J. Potts. Vancouver.
Windsor���R. Siddall, Hes Roches;
IrVing Beers, Vancouver; Frank Long,
.1 W. Long, Belllngham; Henry Gray,
II Mainwright, Mount Vernon: S. S.
Brown, Midway; and fifteen members
of the Parsifal Dramatic company.
A Cooking Mint.
If raisins and currants are rolled
in flour before using them in cakes
or pudding, and then added at the
last they will not sink to the bottom.
Too Literal.
Judge Kenesaw M. Landis of the
United Slates district court of
northern Illinois has his share of
humor for which the family is
noted. Since his appointment to
the bench he has not indulged in
this trail as he did when an attorney. One of his stones was told fo
a select coterie of friends the day
of his appointment.   This is it:
"There was a Btatc senator in Illinois v/hom every one in the lower
end of the stale familiarly addressed as Tom Merritt. He was noted
for  his  wit  and  stammering.    lie
i
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v
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FURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept *'
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
W. E. PALES,
}<��|   TIG and 71;> Columbia St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Front Street,
^���f>:>;:<>:>:>;>^oi'*:>.>:>i>;*:o_��:'��>;>>: :��:y*:c*'cc��i'**>_o:>>>:>>:'o>::M>;>>r
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
������������������������������������������������������+���������������������������������.. ��������������������������������������������������������������
4 ���
! Electric Railway Service;
Inter-uroan Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. ni. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a, in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits  Line    Sei .     - from
0.13 a.m. to 11 p in.
20 Minute Service���.so transfer,
Between I_ and _ and 6 and 7.
30 Minute Service during re- .
rnainder of day. i ransfer nt ���
Leopold Place. .
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  be-1
tween  8  a. in. and   10 p. "*��� J
City and Sapperton. .
Sapperton Line���in Minute Ser .
vice, except between in m��� J
2, and 6 and ,. during wnlcl J
boura the Bervice will be i
half-hourly. J
Sunday Service Half nourl) ''' ���
tween S a. in. aud  11  p. ��"���    *
t
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
���������������������������������������������������������*��*���*���'���*
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE^OF
Root Pulpers and SlicersJ
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders]
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshutf
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co
Limited

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