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 10 CENTS l'l
VV
INTER VENT ION
MAY RESULT IN
ANNEXA TION
i
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Badly   Mixed Condition of Cuban  Affairs   May   Lead   to
"Benevolent  Assimilation" of Cuba and
Its Incorporation With the
United  States.
ACROSS THE CONTINENT
IN EIGHTY-EIGHT HOURS
RESOLVE TO HAVE
A LABOR PARTY
FOR DOMINION
Quebec, Sept.  21.   The   Overseas   Mail   train }
reached here this afternoon tWO  hours ahead  Oil  its  !   Trades and Labor Congress Decides to Have   New   Poli-
j schedule time and an hour later the C. P. R. steam- j
; ship Empn s of Britain was on her way down the
! St. Lawre  ��������� for Lh rpool.   The Overseas train lef
! Vancouver Monday night at 7 o'clock,  six ho r
tica'l Party in  Canada   to   be Called the
'Canadian Labor
Party."
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r tlie e island      :. :
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J ind its scheduled time, and arriued here to lay a
j two o'clock, having crossed the coi tinent in 88 hours,
j allowing threa hours for the difference in time, or at
J an average speed of 35 miles an hour. This is a long
j distance record for an unbroken trip by one c mtinu-
j ous train. The distance to be covered under the n< v
j mail contract is over 12,000 miles, and three fourths
j of the mileage has been made sharp on time, leaving
i the Empress of Britain plenty of leeway to land tha |
J Oriental mail within the stipulated 30 days. The {
! Empress carried 130 first cabin passengers, of whom I
��� 19 were from the Orient, 115 second cabin and 150 ��
J third. Canadian Pacific officials are naturally jubil- \
! ant over the easy fulfilment of a feat that som i !
j imagined was beyond accomplishment.
Vici    ia, B.C., Sent. 2
o   68 in 7. the Trades a      i.
...   aftei:." ni dei   led 1      i new
ai   part)   in   Cana la  un le    ihe
of Canadian I. il oi  Pi
'I he     ,'������.. ; ���
morning    esslon   and   ��a
i-hen recess wi On n
i.i    ��� v . iard
.   :	
ol  i' inada."
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Old   Res.dent   Dies.
es Roberts,  i  i known re
sident   ol   this  citj   Ior  in.in..
��� ;   yestei ia.      I   hi -   n    a a- e  in
em   Ing the debate  ; i med,   v m mver from  consumption, al   the
: i  the constitution   ind pla      ���       ' ag        ,v, . mr,    The dei ease I ���     ���
wa   Una ly ad       I on , here   ibout   fifteen   years   ago   from
iove  livislon. i. ,   ion, Out.,  to take charge ol the
. iv      of Imi - ��� ttHa . in   ,   the plant  in the power
���   to-day's   _es ion the  1 m ise at Burnaby, and wa.s foi eleven
:.:. i   '.   o       -i- ���        was the i
heel ���- etal woi kers' tr ubli
a   v ������-1      The   following    i ��� solutii n
v as pa      I:    ii'   olve i. that   i
yean  chief   engineer   at   the   power
hi ise.   Four years ano he removed to
\   nc  ivi -. 'v.i w is a frequent visitor
'���it.    He leaves a   ��1 low and
��� ������    - ���' ��� lm-
... a ���
n
i    t hi
iniittee of ten Ami
uduci ��� '��� ns si this purpose at tin
f... er, 1    ������������ ������       ���      lint hen    Se]
iot  sl        ed ���   ��� ���       Freyre  an.l  An
���     v ;   '       lo Zayi       1
is  i tl       laims the  Liberals
t President Palma . morning ol the   .m-
... net ai        n   ��� e spectacula
���i.v:     '
..,.-, sug
Preparations For Fair
Are Well Advanced
ei   �� v
: . at thi
V        '     '
itsidi     nd all         ind '��� rn C: na la, thi
.  :.   tion  buildings the resul   o!  the ed    from    Maxville,   Ont.,   Mar] lale,
extensive   alti  ation     and          :      Is Ont.,  and   Brampton,  Ont.,  while one
,'iilenci                           n.    The   . ,                       rent, and in about an- A   rload is coming from   High   River,
���     ���                        ���      ither week ever) hing will I e In ri a i '    erl i.     This    last    carload    <
awa)           ���    ���       ment  continues       bi        ���   -���                   ���                      he 1         The  gi   ind   has '   m   the   ranch   belonging   to   J.  A.
Vmi       u         ���           t. howevi                               ���        een rolled and levelli I, the !      sis Turner, who Is reputed to    wn
it P           -     ned   I                            ind thi                             .      .-     nd mown,  the bnildins he be    cattle in the            ��� . -ov-
nd   undi     P       Guerr_ A  coming r\    '���'              . ��� .     ,,;���;-, |   ... i   whitewashed Ince.
government   toward  Ha\  na to    onm :l   ���'��� th  lhi     .        .     .y-yy,, ,,���  the  Inside   >   regu The  school exhibits  this  yi   r  will
nding thi                                           sformation   is   takinj      ice. in charge of Miss Rogers and Misi
Secreta      raft has         ed I    Presi        ���         en   stands are -Anv erected, Grey,    while    the    manual    training
lent Roosevi     regardin               ivitj         -        ���   being  put  up, notices are   school will be under the   lirectii
T ie
--.UU-      v.
'   ���
nsurgei
i J
���,    i tha!  Se    ���   ������' :���  Taft
i ���      heartily endoi      I  ������ efforts        one son, lames,  who is employed al
thi   sheet metal -     .��� ���    I     ecure the   tb - S haake machine works.
a   ision of the  prlv    council   In   Ihe      Thi  funeral will take place on Sun-
of   the    Met I ic    Roofing    Co    v   .. i ie service being read al the re-
v.aiv.-' Local Union No, 30, and thatUidence in Vancouver,   The body will
the  executive   be  Instructed   to take I be interred in the Oddfellows' ceme-
tl    i     ��� effective mean-- available to' tery, Sapperton.   The funeral will be
'���''   th     sheel   metal   worki       Bnan    under the auspices of the Knights of
hlng  the privy council,    pythias, Lodge Xo. 3, ihe members of
\ fesol ition was approved    xpn       which will attend in a body.
Ing   confidence   in   th'1  Inno   ace  of ��� o	
wood, < f the westei n ml ers' f< 1-
tii n. Moyer and Pettibone, hi i 1   I
---. i i ho, t-i aii.-v er '  -   hi
Bin Ltion ol ex-Governor St   n ml   rj ���
\   ������: les of resolutions was adi i e i
.a. attitude of the   ongn   -
with :   spec!   'i  state-aide i   In a Ig .
tion ;���:; I   .slat     la  or     Witl
ndu s ittlers, thi   resolu    p -
th ��� ��� -i accouni nf diseases  | i ". ali
v .-.  ng thi m, 'ii" e people    n    al   i
I : ������:.-.- unfltte 1 to be allowe I In1    th
countr). and thai  by reasi n ol  pi
tii es obtaining among Hi lus aa a peo-
BUSINESS IS GOOD
ALL OVER CANADA
.-,. an! Mi   R ' Mr.   Nelson,  who has  Intlm   ed  thai   pie, they should be altogether exclud-
expi    ed   to   lictati    thi   futuri    pro   Is  everyv   en   I ������     Dpstairs he will have the school running '   th   ''!  '"':" Canada, apart  from the I
��� ��� .     mmlssloners. in thi                         tiding  sits  Man- i     ning and evening.   The space de
.���;  '_��� -i   IA-         busy   directing  and   ar-       '��� 1    i educational work  in  the ir,
, .         |     .   radstreet's ranging all details which still remain dustrial building will be equal to thai
, .   ;. . g(   -   20, showing '���'         ttended               -   the place   c devoted last   year,  and  the  managrei
.   _.   ,      ..   ......   and        n read     Ivi      ���   exl from all expects that a very  creditable  Bhow
...   .,   ;,   thi     orre pon ling I arts  of  the pi ivin i     n I   n any dif
���,. ���     st yeai    M mtreal, $28,790,373,
Toronto
79,084,  in-
' set's Weekly Re?crt is a St
I   Cont lued   Prosperity  from
East to  West.
��� -    Sepi    -i     The   gre it   it
:   grain   yei   mai   eted In a
��� his yeai   it C.P.R
. w hen the fig-
v .   nted    i"   exactl)    600,000
a : other grains  11,00.    Last
orrei pon ling day of the
: -iii-i-s wen-   ill.  wheat
an other grains     Thi   toti .    to
v- e 'ia   ; ��� ginning  ��� ' Sei ti m '
Wheat,   6,948,	
ain     276,1     Las!  yi
ere lest than half   I
���  ng    i 002,   and   100,0   i
. ;._..   i A    V. .:.:.:. - g,   $10,607,716, in-
. ase    T i     Ottawa,    $2,101,490, In-
'..    Halifax,    i' ..5,29.7, de-
.   -,        j;  V ini oiH'i :    $3,24 1,208, in-
rt use   55.4     Quebi   .   -fi v 7,888, in-
��� ise   1" 5;   Hamilton, $1,711,659, li
crease,    ���..   St.   .lohn.   $1,280,184, In-
reasi   23.1;    Li ndon,   $1,102,157, de-
, ri ase    8.1;    V ctorla,    $829,711, de-
feri nl parts ol thi   i;- minion.
Mi. Keary is ver) sanguine of the
ultimate success of tbe exhibition,
which promises to equal, and in many
Ing   will  be made.
The first shipments of machinery
fur the manufacturer's building will
arrive early m-xt week. The machinery  in  motion  this year will  be one
that   their  presence  among ns  musi
MILK VENDORS QUESTION
DECISION OF CDliFJ
cases  st|pass,   the   D minion exhibl- of the  finest  displays made here up
tion  of  last year.   There  will  be   a I i dale.   The fancy work departmenl
larger  number   of   stock   shown   this will  be the blggesl ever seen in this
year than has been shown previously | province,  and   special   attention  will
in any exhibition in Western Canada, be   devoted   to  this.    Altogether the
nol even excepting Winnipeg or Bran- exhibition iliis year promises to be a
don.    Four carloads  arc coming from tii.ger success than ever.
Farmers    Fined   for    Adulteratic-i
M-lk Intend to Apnea! Against
the  Juriciment.
The Langley milk adulteration .;..-��� s
City of Seattle Floated.
Victoria,   Sept.    21.��� Th''   steamer
City of Seattle, which went    shoreon
Trial Island   on   Thursday   morning,
. . : Boated   this  after
noon, ; ad under her own Bteam pro-
��� ��� ��� .'��� I   to Esquimau,  where she will
docked for examination,
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Interesting Item from Spain.
San Sebastian, Sept. 21.���It is semiofficially announced that Uie Queen
of Spain is in an inter w condition. Princess Ena of Battenberg and
King Alfonso of Spain were married
Mav 31.
"An appeal  wlll  moan a new trli
when all  the   facts  brought out   w
clearly   demonstrate   that   the   ext
ordinary  judgment  of the maglstr    i
herein cannot  be  sustained   on   i
grounds."
_ o ���
The  Other Side. ., ti
The members of the police force in
this city take exception to a letter
inserted Thursday evening In the Co-
came up for hearing yesterday before   mmblan, calling attention to an arre
, ii ase        ''.'- -'
' m, $737,114,
;��� -  I    Edmon-  =
BIG FOUR-MASTER
DOCKS AT HILLSIDE
HE STRONGLY OBJECTS
TO MAYOR'S REMARKS
Capt  Pittendrlght,   S.M..   and   appar-
��� inly  i ame to nothing  in   pai tii ulai.
Two of tl e ��� asi -. those of T. Mufti rd,
sr.,   anil   C   Mufford   were   the   oni
tried, and each was fined  $2.50 and
Mr.
Tl
-in i
Sepi    21 - Bub Istreet
rro��     >        ..       \n    uneJ  ected
irgi    -   .. ���, . nl        "��� heal
le vi market ha I Btirau-
a !.- ��� it C inada   Warm
: ither   Interfered   with
i e in full aval n Inti
itlj  helping the tlisti n
v. rii -.    Canadian cot-
' ai- arc much behind  on dellv-
\i   Montreal   drj    goods are
"   active   and  '1 iir;.   products   art
��� ������.; n:-i demand  and  tirtn in
and   leather   prices   tend  up-
Country trade Is better, bul
retail trade ts quiet   Warm weals a drag on trade In Ontario.
lng is active and helps all lines
'    ' rial,   including   hardware, at   '
: The   wheat   crop   in   Mani
moving io market mon- rap
and grading better than expect
Vverage ylelda aro very large
���   a has a buoyant  tone at Win
The   Ship    Carson    Arrives    to
Lut-bf- at the Frasc-
R ver   Mills.
.cad
Va-hcn    Tells    the    News
H.s   Worship   Was
Unjust.
1   i ei tatnl)  think thai i
that
hi
objections.   "The Windsor hotel,"con
tinued Mr, Vachon, "has always been costs for adding   water  to  the  milk
properly   conducted;   in   tact,   it   was they   som   Into   Vancouver   for   sale,
one ol  iln- besl  conducted  hotels ln The  balance of the cases  wore dls-
the city," and  he failed to see  what missed on  accouni  of a technical!.)
the mayor mount  by the remarks he The evidence of Dr.   Pagan  brought
had made at the meeting. out the tad   that   the milk had
"Not  onlv  do the mayor's remarks been analysed   after   having i i   ;,:, ,.
bave a tendency to imlrch my repu- old.    In   the   cases  of  the two who
tatlon   in   ibis city,"   concluded   Mi were  fined, and  who were defended   are annoying no one in order to keep
Vachon, "but In the evenl of my wish bj .). P. Hapten Bole, Di   Pagan Mat    1h# ro]ioo co-,u, bu8y" is resented bj
a ent.., Ihe hotel business again, ed, In response  to Mr,  Bole's -      - members of the force, and Is far
which had taken place ihe previous
night. The writer, who signs him
__lf "Taxpayer," insinuates, undei
. over of an assumed name, that the
ol ��� e have nothing better to do lhan
ti arresl anyone whom they happen
ti. run across on the sunt, and In
reference to the arresl of the Individual in question he states that the
arresl was noticed bj Beveral people
who know the man to be a respect
The Insinuation that
I. lice  Intel fere  wllh mi a who
mean trl   . Mayoi  I ea ,  playi : uie   plthei here oi In Vani    iver, thi examination, that the milk which had   fron, hejns the case.   The cltj police
foui master    fu      ��� ��� ��� '
������..   !v    er rivei  was
::
, ,���;. or ton days.
^eredryg is are active and   JJjf8',^ tor yalpar.        ������ ,     ���'
|   ������   and hardware move freely.  '
:    ��   li liveries are a source of com-
��� -'������'���    Collections are good,   Export
���  and Industry are active In Brit-
������!l  Columbia,    A light   salmon pack
her prices are Indicate 1.   Fail-
'i imber   26  ai   i gainst   17 last
a | 30 iv thi    weel  t   ea
Following    i -���   the   ������   "' ' ���    'a:i,i |
the via     evening,   when   he  Bald  at   likel    to hamper nie In the      tail ng
the  meeting   ol   the   license   commls-   o! a license,   I wish to repudiate an;
nei ��� thai   be   hoped   the  Wlndsoi   ai  ertlon  thai   the Windsor   was    ot      irltlea exle - ,
towed   thn igh  the  draw   ol   tbe  big   hote] wotl]()   aow  be  con{]UCted   in  a I condu ted in n proper mannei  dui
bridge   yesterdaj    afternoon   bj    ���������     (,.,.,   roanner than  In   the   past,    I   Ihe time I waa In charge ol     ���  I
Lorne,     The   vessel   Is   the   Curzon,   haye  :,.,,, i;i business here  ',,   over  0	
which v.as al oni time propelled > , m^ _m.^ ftnd flu^,ng ,hill liln,, ������
steam. The crafl is 1,764 tons trar- one can Baj (h;il , (.V(... cheated |,im
,,,.���,  an(i  at Millside will add   lo  '^ ,,,.,, 0, ,,IU, l,.���l.    , nave aiways ,,ai,i
my   I lil-   regularly,  and   when  I   de !
: Ided to leave the city  a few  weokB
ano,   my  firsl   slop  was  to  Inform  all ]
my creditors, and  ask  them  to Bend
in  their   bills   to   me,    I   think    the
mosi uncalled
1 a, and   I  certainly  nm  going to lei
him know  what   I think  of  hlm."
A. Vachon,   the   late   proprietor  of
the Windsor hotel, was the Bponker,
ami  he was objecting to the intimation thrown oul at  the  license com
missionois' meeting to the effect that
the  Windsor had not   been  properly
conducted  In the past    Mr.  Vachon
Miiiiii'i- itated thai he had never had
any difficulty with the commissioners,
ami  iiiiii on several occasions they
had  even   stretched   a  point   in his
iiivor when he had teen h little be- j    The Scandinavian ladles of the Lu-
hind linn' in im,i i,in his j eai b license. I the-r&n church will hold a bazaar in
ii-i  year h" was rom- or five days j the Eagles hall next Wednesday even-
N'hind  inno,  but  no one raised nny ' ing.
The
an i at Millside will add to rts
presenl cargo of one million A"1 of
t,.: . v. iii h was received aboard at
Chemalnus, from which porl the ves
Bel ,.,,.,.. here, 800,000 feel  more.
The   big   boat   had   a   somewhat
eventful  trip  across   the   gulf.    The | my0|.iB ^marks won
hawsei struck the mast of n Japanese
boat and cut it clean off,
Then was a run tor the Hfe belts by
the in w and a few screams on the
pari of the -laps as their boat keeled
over and almost capsized. The ship
also during her passage mn over a
f  nets.
She   oxpocts   to   be
The   Monqolia   Safe.
,. .,- a ,.  gept,   2i   -The   steamer
���a  .,    |ia, which wenl ashore on  Mid
wav   island, was floated Hi   8  o'clock
io-day.   She is exyected to ri ach hero
..-��� own Btean,
SEATTLE MAN DEFEATS
VANCOUVER WRESTS FR
Cr.    Roller,    of     Seattle.    Roi'ied    the
Vancouver  Man
Easily.
Vancouver, Sept. 21.���At the Vancouvei Athletic cluh to-ni^ht, Dr,
( Holler, of Seattle, won the wrestling
i mutch wdth Jack Carkeek, of Vancouver, winning in i .vo straight falls, the
first in twelve ami a halt minutes and
the Becond In six and a half rhlnutes.
Holler proved too speedy for tfie local
ui.
���     '   ;;"'�� theli cans had not turned,  do   .. est a man   unless  he is
"" 1   '"'   ":,s   Q��i ' . .     in I   has  no  one  to
look   after  him. ov else is  creating  a
1,1 v ew ol Dr. Pi ... av.p-iv and are more anxious to
e condition i   Ik,    ie n     ,,    he ...  ,,,;..., , inside > hoti I
maining cases were   ismlssed tllHn t0 eS(,on hin. .,, the lockup,
The ranchers In q - e      ,.,   . mnection with ihi-     -    culai
ngry cer the manne   In   cage, ... ,-,;-. i   ween the man
vho wa- a--, sti i and Officer Stevens,
viiii h took place yesterday morning,
may i n Ighti in ters a little, The
man approached Officei Stevens and
enquired why ho had arrested him the
previous    evening.    Vpon   being   M-
ver)  ..
".    Ich thi . :....���������
��� . ���... the public, and w< m  to their
es yi    ��� iflernoon w ith their
v , -: made ap to call an ta
il     ��� ��� - Ing and withhold their
milk supply from Vancouver In future.
\ represents ive of the Daily News $nrei ,hat he h.���, nil| arrested ' ..
called on Mr. Bole an.l v.A id him ii* ns he wont off duly at 6 o'clock, and
the rumor that he intended to appeal that the arrest musi have boon made
the two cases which were fined $2.50 by Officer Bourke. the man exrlnim-
and costs eaeh was correct. ed| ..Weii, 1 wfts so drunk al the time
Mr. Bole said, "We certainly will that ] oouldn't tell ihe difference be-
iiopea!. as I fail to understand why all j tween you and Bourke."
the cases save those in which I ap- : The same man has been arrested
peared were dismissed, as, if any- ; several times previously for being
thing, the evidence of the prosecution, ; drunk, and on Wednesday evening he
In my two cases, was Weaker than in i was taken to the police station about
the others. But one can never know 7 0-ciocl, iin,, released on hail shortly
the vagaries of some magisterial before 11 o'clock. Pour hours in the
minds. However, my clients are dc ,ncku,, is generally sufficient to sober
termined not to put up with what ,���, most ���,,-.���, lmt this one had to be
they consider is a decision not justl-   assisted to Ihe car, and was not there-
I  hy   the  law  or applicable to the   fore in  a thoroughly  sober condition
. case or the fads.
even when "ue was allowed out.
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mun nm iiii ���iiimwuiiiiim
r..mmmWMmmmtm
1	 THE   DAILY  NEWS
sat., -z- ������   ���.:--
THE BOARD PRESEMS
SATISFACTORY REPORT
F.cya    Columbian   Hospital   -s   Doing
Gc.d   Wcrk ��� Plans   for   *. e.'.
n Preparation.
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ras tran .     A       : -
���   -     ��� ���-��� :.    Fere James nning
i .1  ���..               M  -      es S       Pearce,
Kenne :. . A. J. H I H   L.
DeBeck,  an I James J I.T
Kirk, M. Sim laii and W li   Kear;
The        ..i I  V- :..:...    ��� ��� 01 te I,
a..      iked fo        ' ��� A -.- i   .
:.- .<. .vv   a.       . : .
.-.:.. issed at  the  ii- v   meeting
Sei . -  ; ���    thi       -   .   .
eceived    ut n
madi
S       - -   .
- -
...       %   inspected
nd found evi      ling in ��
M ...
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Mrs.       1
Keni ������ = Cunningham and M
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Tiv -    ��� nt. Miss Mar
tin, presenl      the follow ing -    temeni
v- for ':.-   v   :v '   . .-
X ;v. ��� tients in hospit       _us
14-        scharged, 5S; died. 1
te :   i .: ~- A .v 1st, 50;   :��� : -  Vug.
in   -      ������"      tients  trea
luring A .-��� ist, 9 v  nui
'ai da  3, 1,115; numbi     if ma
ises tn   "- I   In cottagi    "    :���- eive i
froi ��� .       tients,  S447.1       :.
I er )f ; atients iv '. - it il Sei "   -;'-   x-
NEW
SHOES
JUST UNPACKED
AT
JOHNSTONS
ig Shoe House
I
CHURCH   SERVICES.
Refoi...   :  .' is      al i i..: ch���Divine
...     it    11 a ...    and   7.30
------       school 2.30 p.n      Ri
-11 an  v       ���-..���-
Queen's   ...--:. .     Methodist ��� Ser-
���    es at   A   a.:.,    ai. I   7   p.m.     !:.  thi
absenci     :     ..-      .-���  v   Rev.   VS.   H.
-T.i -
I   in    b< v.     .     ...    i;- -.    T.
. -  v      ��� --. ������:.::..-      .   Rev,   i': j:
En     A  ���     list���A  v.- Pas-
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Bn
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Gospi    -���
7 p.m.
Trim';
Ri
200 Cases of New Shoes  Received  This Week
The Following Are Some of the Lines Received:
For Men
60 pairs of the celebrated Dry Foot (Geo. Slater's Invictus Shoes) guaranteed the only absolute Waterproof
Boot made in Canada, to-day  $6.00 a Pair
90 pair of the famous "Duck-Bak" Invictus Waterproof Boots    $5.00 a Pair
120 pair of the celebrated "Johnston Special," Keen Shoe, a Box Calf Blucher Cut Boot with heavy waterproof soles, sells for $4.00 a Pair
60 pair of the Amherst brand of Men's Heavy Scotch Grain Working Boots, the best $3.50 boot that conies
to the coast.
For Ladies
30 pair of "John Cross's" American Boots, made of Gun Metal Calf, a Blucher cut heavy sole waterproof
boot, sells for     $5.00 a Pair
30 pairs, the same make, in the finest Patent Colt. Goodyear welt, lace and button boots $5.00 a Pair
60 pairs "The Empress" Colle.ee Cut Boots, in Patent Colt and Vici. the newest cut shoe on the market, sells
to-day at $4.00 and $5.00 a Pair
90 pairs "Empress" Heavy Sole Lace Boots, 3 different widths, made with rubber heels, the easiest fitting
shi ie made     $3.50 a Pair
30 pairs "Johnston Bros." American Shoes, made in Hallowell, Maine.    This is a Blu her   it lace boot, made
with heavy soles and low heels, a young lady's shoe $3.50 a Pair
60 pairs the same make, in Gun Metal and Box Calf, equal to any $4.00 Canadian boot, our i ri :e $3.00 a Pair
90 pail's ''Johnson Bros." Fine Patent Leather Boots, with heavy and light soles, thi- newest kind on the
market   $3.50 a Pair
4* pair "Geo. A. Si,a ir's" Invictus Shoes, 'Duk-Bok' waterpro< : soles, the only absolutely waterproof ladi' -'
boot that c< 'Hies to the coast     $5.00 a Pair
For Boys
90 ] air "Dayfoot" hand-made Boots, with bellows tongues and waterproof     S_ .0 a Pair
120 pair "Overholze" grain leather Schi ol Boots   $1.�� . to S2.C0
These are only a few of the many lines received this week.
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e
s Communion, S
��� ..     Matins    ::. i   Litany,   11,   with
ition; Sui 2        ���������������
p.m     Dailv  servici    it    I
'    '���      "      p.m.,       ���-...- ���.      Pi      ;
evens v.;  is  sii -, a-   7.10.
''���       atl -v  if ii ���;.. Coram inion ��� ���
irsd        v :   saint's daj  a'   S   a.m.
Ch tice .ni  Fri lay after evi a-
Si    F:: v., church���Rev. C. w
;: - ' v rector. Morning Pra ��� ������ ���
Communion, 11 n.m.: Even-
:' - Prayer, 7 p.m.; Bible class, -���
Sunday s o A 3 p m.: bai tiams
ifter s n lay school: choir prac I e,
Fi   lay, - ... lurk.
SATURDAY IS OUR BARGAIN DAY.
COME AND SEE THE NEW SHOES.
JOHNSTON'S BIG SHOE HOUSE
Oyster Season,���Fresh Olympla ind
tern oysters arrive dally at   Ken-
n-';- restaurant, and are soi,i in A;A
a- well as served  in any .style.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
J AV,  SEPT. 22,  1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING  SUN   FLOUR
0 THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
'
THE WES TERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West. Vancouver.
LTD.
BURNABY CORPORATION.
Sale or Lands by Public Tender.
to the undermentioned proper-
Tender  for  a   License  to  Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lahds  in   the  Province  of  British Columbia.
Sealed   tenders addressed    to    tbe
Timber  and  Mines  Branch,    Department of the Interior, and marked on
the envelope.     "Tenders for  Timber
Berth  Xo.  496,"  will be  received at
ill.    All tenders to he in writing, and addressed to me at Box 34, New Westmins- lhis Department until noon on wed-
ilulv sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land.''   Th
The Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title
:   . invite tenders for the purchase of the .same
THI*: CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE A.s FOLLOWS:
une  vvay to  Beat  Monte Carlo,
A    I An    i. uv.;:.     fo 11   I RT.;     0.'
beating the game at Monte i larlo.
He v.i ni to a roulette t ible and
threw down upon the rv:_ ?l.'ijO
in m V - pinned togethi r. N'oir
turm '! up, bul before the - rouj i ���:���
could gather in the notes the
Frenchman snatched them tip and
made a rush tor the 'lour, exclaiming draiiatically as he passed o it:
"My children's bread? Never! Never!" There was a burst of laughter
from the astonished spectators an '.
JUDGE COLE WRITES
ABOUT BEAUTY SPOTS
"Overseas"   Edition    of   Lon.cn    Mail
Has   Interesting   Letter From
His Honor's  Pen.
tl
time to reach the post office mentioned on or before
Se a. 1906,
(2). Each tender must be accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
10 per cent, of the total purchase money.   Such deposit will be applied towards the first
ent of .purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and in cases of non-accepted
lers it will be returned.
(3).  ln all cases where the total purchase money does not exceed $-30, cash within
io lays of acceptance of tender, will be required.
(4).  In cases where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 days,
o   -third within 6 months and one-third within 12 months, in each case reckoning from
date "l' acceptance of tender, with interest at the rate of 6
be ..lowed upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement
i be paid at once.
i'i). TitleVill not be u*iven until completion of purchase.
(6). Tlu Council -lo not bind themselves to accept thi.1 highest ).' i1 j
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C.
1'. O. Address   Box 24, New Westminster, B. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.00.
Tiev must be mailed in sufficient nesday' the 10th day 01 0ct0 LV' 1906,   gruff exclamations from the officials.
<���]<)���}���   nn   EVi'rlcnr    tlio 9W rlov r,f   f'"'  a  lkense  t0 cut tim' er '"    Cer,h     But tht",' did not follow him, and ll"
ciOLK o,i rriuay, tne _uai ad} oi Nii   496( comprislng L���,.,i sub.uivis.   was allowed to go free with the mon-
ion !' of Section IT ani Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 11 in Township
ia, .as: of the Coa-t Meridian, containing an area of SO acres, more or
less.
A survey of this berh must be
made within one year 'r vv. the date
it  is  granted.
The regulations under v hi ���_ a
license will  be  issue 1.  .ilso    printed
ey. The plan unfortunately would
work only once. It has not sufficient
continuity to make a "system."
ii per centum per annum, will fl,���>*of tender and envelope, may be
for Sale ; orthe whrle amount <*talne? " ^s DeP���' ��r at th��
office of the Crown  limber Agent at
N .
1 lescription of I.anil.
Histnct
Lot.
Sub li ���
ipproxima
No. of
Lots
Measurement
Acreage
(more "i- less
Assessed Value
as )ip r Roll of
1906.
Upset Price,
12
1
14
15
20
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(South)
(South)
29
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30
30
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60ft x 154 ft .ach
Curt x 154 ft each
nun  x 154  f:  each
'ii x 132ft
On x  I54ft each
���'.J x 140ft each
U x 140ft
t'.s \ 110ft
62 x 14(>ft each
li  x  122ft  each
00  x  145ft
00 x Hi! ft each
66 x ll::ft
or. x   112ft   each
J acres .
TO   x   132ft
00 x 132.1 each
66 x 13211 each
00 _ 132ft each
66 x l.JJit each
66 x 132ft each
60 x 132ft each
oo x  165ft each
66 x 165ft each
66 x 165ft each
66 x lnsc.ii each
on x I08%ft each
all.   X   !."..". ft
.Mi;,  x   165ft each
8fl \ iiis'^fi each
iiii x 108"7_ft each
66 \ los'.ii each
90 x 204ft
im x J"in each
inj \ 180ft eacb
inj x 180ft each
J  acres
:,:.i.. \ uni each
li' x 165ft
19 x lOal't each
58  x   165ft   each
J acres
68 x 165ft each
;,s x lOai't each ,
;,s x 165ft each
j acres
*. acres
;,s \  165ft each
;,s v  ior.fi each
5 acres.
91,100 of acre
i acre
Dl acres
25.74 acres
Jii". per acre
25  jier lot
25 per lot
Ja  per lot
25  j'er lot
J.", per lot
:o per lot
30 jier lot
30 per lot
l'l Jier lot
40 jier lot
::.', per lot
25 per lot
35 per lot
25 j'er lot
T-1 j'er acre
40 per lot
26 j er lot
jo jier lot
jo per lot
jo per lot
JO jier lot
JO per lot
JO J i-i lot
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25 J'er lot
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JO j.er lot
JO jier lot
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Jil  j er lot
10 ;.. r lot
20 per lot
.' .    ; i :    lot
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. . per lot
v . per lot
on jie: acre
jo per lot
JO   jier   lot
JO   jier  lot
JO   jier   l"t
.".ii per aero
jn per lot
jo per lot
���jo per loi
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.".0 per acre
jo per lot
JO  jier  lol
so por acre
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so jiei ai re
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JTo i-i r acre
30 per lot
:i" j.er lot
V" per lot
Al per lot
ila per lot
J." per lot
40  per lot
40 per lot
50 iier lot
50 per lot
35 per lot
J"' J'er lilt
ila j.er lot
25 per lot
T.1 per acre '
4.'. per lot
25 per lot
jo per lot
jo jier lot
j" per lot
J0 j'er lot
Jo j.er io;
jo  jier lot
J*.    ] ev   lot
25 per lot
20  i er lot
JO   pel-   lo
25 i'i".' lot
26 per ir!
Jo ler io!
JO per lot
JO Jier io!
J.'i  per lot
26 per lot
25 per lot
J.",  per lot
TO per acre
jn per lol
JO   | e:   lol
JO   per  ipit
ju per lot
aO  per aivo
JO  j'er lot
20 per lot
���so per lol
60 per ������'!'! e
60 per acre
:o per loi
J0   per lot
so jier acre
SO pel a wo
si) per aero
J J por acio
60 per acre
Now   Westminster,  B.   C
Each tender must be accompanies!
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
;.iil, in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be m
it rtaine !.
PERLEY  G.   KEYES,
Secretary.
i '-��� ; artment of the Interior,
Ottawa, August 25th, 100..
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that application his
been made to register E. M. Carncross
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation of
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Churchland bearing date the !>th
day of June, A. D., 190S, of all and
singular that certain |iarcel or tract.
of laud and premises situate, lying
and being In the District of New
Westminster, iu the Province of Brit-
i_b Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots 6. T. S. 9, IT
and is Block 25, Lots 16, 16, 17. IS.
19 Block 40 being part, of South Wes:
quarter of Section 0, Township T. also
Lots 1, J. 3, 4, 5, Block 40 being parts
of South West Quarter Section 6,
Township T, New Westminster Dli
trict.
You and each of you me required
io contest the claim of tho tax purchaser within forty five days from, the
date of the first publication of this
��� i tloe, and in default of * <area! o_
certificate of lis pendens being filed
within such period, or in default ol
redemption before regis ration, \
-ball register E M, Carncross, as
owner thereof In fee, l direct that
the publication of this notice for one
Ingenious Young Man  of  Nan'.es.
There ir an ingenious young man
at Nantes���that is, if he is still at
Nantes and has not liver, remo1 ed to
a more appropriate place. He was
due to undergo his term of military
service. Now, a widow's only sup.
;.- lev a beneficent rule exempt. What
could bc simpler! This voting man
slew   his  stepfather  and' presented  '-' 'h'' Plnes; whik' >��
! nder the general heading of "The
ia at   or  the  Empire,"   the  following   Interesting   letter   appears in
he    London,    England    Daily    Mail
overseas" edition:
The   Fraser  River.
Sir,���As different jiersons are giving your reader.- their ideas of line
Bcenery, I may be permitted to say
that in my opinion one of the most
beautiful views on the American con-
tinent is to lie found on the Fraser
river, at New Westminster, from a
point on Columbia street nonh of Leo-
pold A ice.
Below you the mighty Fraser. nearlj   a   mile  wide,   is   hurrying   to  ihe
ocean.   The up-river view extends for
ovei  six miAs, se-  in .the deep green
ihe background
himself to the authorities in the pathetic position of a willow's only
son. But inquiries were made into
the matter, und that is why one i.-
not quite sure whether tliis ingenious voung man is still at
Names.
What Spanish Titles Cost.
Spam hus 600,000 titled persons
���that is to sav. about one in every
thirty-eight inhabitants. Rut such
titles are held as less than nothing
by the original peerage of the country. These are known as the
grandees and form an aristocracy
entirely of birth, some of them, like
our old lauded gentry, having no
handles ut al! to their names, and
yet entirely refusing to mix with
even dukes of new creation. To be-
comata Spanish baron ��400 is sufficient. A viscounty costs double
that amounl. while to be made a
count a payment of ��1,200 is necessary.
Oar.   of   Umbrellas.
A wot umbrella should never Ik?
left open to dry. as stretching wifle
damp makes the silk liable to split.
1: Bhould be placed handle downward, and left to dry uniformly,
Special Summer Courses
For Teacher,  in  the
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
is a setting of superb mountains of
various and picturesque outline, and
the sapphire sky ami fleecy clouds
form a fitting dome to such a picture.
Wiiile mountain scenery has its attractions, siill  it  is true, as Disraeli
[Hits    it.   that    "a  landscape    wither
water is like a drawing room witho  '
a mirror"���and  with such  scenic s
roundings  we  have   here   a dim
-. |ual   to    thai    of    Devonshire���I
fr vi  malaria and extremely heal
Youi s faithfully,
W.  NORMAN BOL
New Westminster, B.C,
To Revise the Rules.
A meeting between representatives
of ihe Vancouver, Victoria and New
Westminster lacrosse clubs will be
held this evening ut Vancouvei
'.he purpose of revising the pule, i
the constitution of the Hriiish Columbia Amateur Lacrosse associa a
i'he rules \\t;< i.i>: revised about
fiv< t .,: - ,._p>. i;:. sin�� e :b.,: time
..:..- ndrm n:s have been a 1 a I
tp> several of the clauses, and it is
with -.he intention of embodying the
amendments into clauses that ihe re-
��� sing committee will sit this evening.
The delegates will be: Tbe Rev R. R.
Bolton  for  Victoria  M.  .1    Barr
V  ll v :     V, P V-    TT -     \,..,
\\ p - .: vs:, r
rhe ques loubli
- - -    a wil   als i . ��� v  'nd it
e pre* ..   -  -a will
.i   amended.    A  well-known lacrosse
enthusiast    stated     < sterda;.    "
.  . nxaedlate
'    - -a    -Med     w Ith    lhe
.    i   ���    i a    ... ,,,,  as  i;  was
. - seat   Ho   -..wi - ed   thai
a ...     . ...    ,- eree, �� iin would
,      ISSii   aVV   a
month In a dail> newspaper published
ui   Nou   Westminster  will   be  seed 336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver f. play.   The referee sh.mbi havi  ab
The location of the properties may he seen on the maps either
Hall or at the residence of the Reeve and Councilors.
and sufficient service hereof,
Dated at the Land Registry Omo*
New Westminster, Provinc. ot Brit
Ish Columbia, this H\h day of August
\  ]i. '.'.M'Oi.
i'     S    KK.1TH
Dlstrl-1 KPiiistvar.
Po H, Yi'iandro, Daniel    .1.    Munn.
Qeorg. F Riarefto and William Thiba-
deau,
\i! persons served with this no-
tlce, and those ola.oiing through or
under them, and \\V persons claiming
any inievost in the said land by virtue
of an> unregistered instrument., and
all
1 lie said land by descent, whose title
is not l-ecistoreil under the provisions
of the "Land .Fi-Eistry  Act," shall be
forever  estopped  and debarred from
.  . setting up any claim to or in respect
at   the   Municipal j 0f the said land so sold for taxes as
j provided by the "Land Registry Act."
R.  .1.  SROTT.  P.  *..  Principal.
h. *. SCRIVEN. P.. V. Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec
Westminster Iron Works
OKXKRAl. MACH1NM AMU UMUINI*:
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKIUU_J and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK.
���   >: ��� ��������   ��� r ���>E\*^^.^^���^
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
Vltcd.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BTKJ-U'T.
N'ew Westminster. f. O. 474.
te a ithority ov*      11 an.l
bi> rulings would control the game.
The  ..... would   1111 vi.'    be
1   li ��� a-    .      -s. 1      :ug
ihe   players   in   the COS
an.! would no: be ��� fpon
,|p p Isions at all. Un .t-r ihe presi >.
system, when the two men bave equal
powers there li alwi ' 'he danger ol*
a clash occurring '"-ween the two
referees, and this would involve them
fere with the harmony 0 ime,
Interesting   Exhibit.
The making of boots, from the hide
to   the   fool,  will   be the   interesting
exhlhli   shown   at   tho  exhibition   Ijy
the shoe firm of .!. Leckie & Sons, of
Vancouver,    Messrs.   Leckie  will   Install a motor, and  a competent man
will be in charge, who will explain to
j Interested   parties   all the   mysteries
I connected with the manufacturing ot,
1 footwear. \
M.l
���
i     I
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mm 4	
THE DAILY NEWS r . ,.   ,  , ,   ,
Lxptr.ence it the best teacher.
Pu :    y The Dall    S'ews Pul l_i      i ��� , ��� j
Housekeeper?,   who    have   tried
- rner   of   Sis IF them all. ? iy WINDSOR TABLE
->���"-.  Ni .v   We.-:-      -        A. ���,'. cait:   .l       _[-_��. �� i !_ ..b
             SA1_1  is the pertect table s_i_
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown F.   J.   Burde    *"*"" " '""**"" "
___	
ADVERTISING  RATES.
I ssi
:'"- it   display   ad\ -     :��� , .      . .    . .a.,.
... ae (non 2 lines t
tbe  In. .       :-'..-     ents 1 = *    D
ml s. , ..nt Insertions. -   ���    nmen
Reading notices   bold faci   '    e, 20 �� '
-���ems;., line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 st  iss --
ec:its per live. . . new   n -        ai
K-M    time   contracts,   special   post ati ns foi  1 avi
t ea.s. ..    ij -., advertising ui tnag<r,       _, lai lands
, N'.'' 'A      'v   ���'���'���-     '    '    *- \ ''    .t :   -.x   -..        , ,    thes       -
deaths. -Oc    Wants, I  r sales, lost o:
found, rooms to let. etc.. one cent per tices co ae
<vord.      No advertisement  taken  for ..   nu a i
iegj than _5 cents. s ...    .     - s;   bu
 ~*,..-.....<  ���~~*~   De  to .    60.001    ���  res   we
TELEPHONES. , e   ver; P '   A
_               ��� v* nearlv   time we  has  a   I irestrj   con-
Bus ness office     ���
Editorial   office      17
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Manager's   residence      277 .   N.   .. ���. y     - -   .,
���  at
'A. His Excellei
ntain   I   ��������� :.   md said   - n
- _tt   \-j        i he expressed
?ATURDAY, SEPT. 22,   '.'A. .  issi   le for 1
	
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TMEJDAILY NEWS
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C.   '     MacKenzie, Sui
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PROVINCI
EXHIBITION
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v..            now on its \        -    -
an .-           '���'.             . ��� ���
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is the
a
Vi hat ...        . set-
1 - een   n              in   th
sunpl -    n at the capii
w'-. . . -. ..    ���         .. it an
outsi.- iderta           say. bui
it
1- tn  is solved
thi
A       McBridi    | ipers    ai ������   v  :    in
tin lu immigration     0   no!
-    a    .   .. it���   : ���but���but.   Might)
funn). is  it  not, how that     mt ' will
butt in whenever one talks about the
:��� - it   making   thi -   a   w hite
* man -      intrv?
The  Okanagan   b -.-.: .   , '   i ra le Is
pushing    hi   matu .. i. lng  a
. ������' ' shi it : the lisi ict's resou - -
at the | : -. incial :.iir in this city. It
was pointi _ i v that th >usan is of
��� isi   vs from the N rth .v.-s- migh
I   to  i isit   :he   fair, and  - .  h
a Bn rt .:.:: ���  of a ivertising  the
0 ...   -  :.   shoul i   no:  be   miss
Soi ers   think,  a
:. -        nces  to  bi
resident      E   thi    L'n
States       ���       ��� en     ��������� indling
- v        ������  ���.: riv 1 a1 Q : te
--. Ij   th .    vii w of the matti
���: re ���    it certain littl
that   wa.    m   the surfaci ine
can'r :v ist alwa.vs -     -
���  in  ioes :. ff to-mori iw;
in   fact,   severa        ndred   to-i rs
will  have   become  yesterdays
a tive i le 'tl v .--. . even begins. And a _-��� it leal maj ��� :.
in the meantime. Brj in Is a "mighty
sn art man," and he has a nun ' ei if
the same brand among his idvisers.
It is more than likely, therefore. I
������.'���a ;:-- what he was lolngwhen
he antagonized some of the partj
bosses.   The first result, of course, is
F.E*GiSTEr.i    ".EG'STERl
nnic.s out     "!���
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CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Xoti - Is '.:��� re - ren that the
Vi   -. -   Lisi for thi        " 1 106 has been
mpleted, and that 'he same may be
seen at this office for thir-;.   I ,;���- from
the  late hereof: ani any person who
shall  claim to be added  to 'he s*.: 1
irs' List, or any Elector who shall
sire to have any name erase 1 therefrom, must prefer his or her request
in writing, signe! wvh his or her
name, and shall deliver, or cause same
to be delivered, to the City Clerk
within the time hereinbefore specified.
W   A   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office.   City   Hall.   New
Westminster,   Sept   1,  1906.
Winston   Churchill, the   American,
lis   ���    tisl       v - -a       is  stirring
it���   .      tnd   like  him   als >,
��� '   on        ef n:.:   tl< .-.-������     He
its  to  ��� -..      -...   railwa;   infl ;-nee
A-   | ollti -    f  the   sta       ti .   i
Un   ���    rfmaries, tax ref   v. an .
liminati :.     ;    the    legis itive
W0N0ERFUL   TACT.
w    ~v\
...:    -'    I tha      -   I
i.     meet not     iter than
v. -:. ���      :'   '.-.-*: As  the
v- -    ... ������   :. >w v      ted the   inseat-
....    i   Mi    ?" ���   ling        ----- -.---.
s seat    fficiall    racanl
ng the wa    for a new
n. it  is t       -      resumi
t     -     ice on the fl .   he
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October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE  ROYAL  AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. t.
Right Honorable Earl Grey, G. C. M. G., Governor General
of Canada, will open the exhibition, 2:30 P. M.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
In  Prizes  and Attractions
V
w
-       *���   -  ��� n  has      -    v
���  ��� ��� '     *  *   ��� mors have a
givi   thi
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tunity  to �� on high  I
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|      Enlarged Grounds, New, Handsome and Spacious
Buildings.
Championship Events in Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Scottish
Sports, Baseball and Military Exercises.
/
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son. is i
the sh
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.��    .   - rains   ai
.   ���
: ���ailwa;
The   gold out   it ol   Rh ... - ���     v :
Ran I, S   il     .frica   foi   the I   -
eight   months   ol   - his  year   is  stated
at  over   four   million   ounces,  thi	
fourths   of  it    described    as     tine."
Cans I A ��� ital gol I prod in tlon for . isi
- stated al fourteen and a
trillions of dollars. It would api ������ ir,
theref re, that as a gold country we
are a ng way behind South Africa;
but in other respects we are as far ���
farther ahead of it.
,  A���
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/    Indian Sports,     Canoe Races,    Lacrosse.    Tug oi War.
rt'
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"M-8.  Bingley   is  _  wonderful   v.zn-an."
"In *.hat   .-.ay ?"
"When she taxes the second pn;e at a card party she can appear so tickled
with what she pipits that she always makes the winner of th- fir��t prize jealous
��� na  dissatisfied."
I      VV.  R.  Gilley,  'Hhone  v_-.
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J.  R. Gniey,   Knone  1*1      t
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GILLEY BROS.
Dent
in
Tlie capture of another poaching
schooner by the I), ii. s. Kestrel, the
othi: lay, has again broughl t.> the
front the matter of an effective jiatroi
o! our coast waters Probablj feSr
British Columbians realize the enor
n. is wealth which is waiting to be
drawn from the cons- waters of he
province That wealth goes now, .
largely, to enrich enterprising pos ..
i rs. The Kestrel ,liws something 1 i
protect i'. but she is too slow a b ial
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. IA fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co. J
ce, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot   j
'Phone IB 1
Mayor Keary
Aid, Jardine
Aid. Adams
Aid. Davies
Aid. Henley
Aid. Howay
Aid. Shiles
Aid. Garrett,
T. J. Trapp
G. D. Brymer
L. A. Lewis
C. A. Welsh
W. R. Gilley
J. B. Kennedy. M. P.
EXECUTIVE:
' ������ -������ GirforJ, M.P.P,
Judge Bole
J. D. Taylor
D. S. Curtis
Jno. Reid
���Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. Ci, Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelsi m
���J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexand r Ad;
.1. ii. Vi    '
R. J. Rickman
VV. E. Vanstone
-J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jardine
I). R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A. H. B. Macgowan, H.P-P.
A. C. Wells
VV. VV. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
CM
T. J. TRAPP,
W. H. KEARY,
President
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster. B. C. ���ATURD'V' SEPT' 22'  19��6'
THE DAIL'-   fNtVVS
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*
Local News Briefly Told
|_aee Qurtains
e Kind That Look Well, Wash Well and Wear W.
Oysters,
0
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LflCE
I ���   TL VJ
v..   ,.'
iging m 738 Q eens
���
irrels   of   flsh   oil
ester laj  fn m
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...   ��� P.n. to a I inne
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that we'n
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-. ���   Vi   qI              al   - iii ������      ..                   l.po��
you   intil   read      i   i       hen
We  have   x
ap] liqi ed goods, ii
N'otUngha  ,   La :e   Curl
h i le   ne it flo        ���    gni���
75c pair
N'ottlngh i.n   Lai e Curtail     In  t    te   thn
ards i
' yards 1 .v.    18 to 50 ii    n     wl le���
$1.25 and $1.00
Dair
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I
Nottingham   Lace  Curtainsin  white, three and
an I '1: -��������� an i
ee an i  a  hal
..���,!> long, in various widths    Some vei    attract    ���   :    igns at
$2.00 and $1.50 pair
\ fefl   sample  pairs of   _ppliq - I  Sw --  S'el i   i tains    lust i.:..-
of eacb kind, a1 about oni   ��� off    $5.50 for C^.ct and $4.50
S3.50 pair
Besides the numerous i.
beautiful lines of Lave
Curtains we have Curtain goods by the vani
��� in all widths���Muslins, Screens, Nets, Burmese Muslin. Ruffled
Net, Tasselled Madras,
:.:. i the many oilier
beautiful window hangings, at all ]trices���
121-2C, 15c, 20c, 25c. |)|jfp
35c, 45c and 60c Yard. Br5!^
���-.
Ided  to
the  1 .
.   his     dng 1 he gifl    ���'
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a. ,.'  \, ,,.:..   . gi wasi ._
lay, 1 he guesl       Dave
il inigs iei -    - taking
coast, and will
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.. line                       .   Mr.
Aiiivp-.
- expei ted  to a rive hei ������ I ���-
lay i:,J'
. Vani    ivi
T.H
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
Iiow nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Ca&e Icing
Chocolate, PinR, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
n__B____,___- ��________________������������������
Something to be Proud Of
THE BIG NEW BOOK OF VIEWS OF
NEW WESTMINSTER	
PR!CE $i.SO
MACKAY S BOOK STORE
-]-.,,.    i - al       artmeni   In response
��� , areq -       :'  ::: the l'" '������     ������
has i. "��� '  -' in   : ' :   " tag
v e   Wes    ..       *'��� ������   office.    The
"'   - -        the aame
naby office will still reta1" toe name
of East Burnaby.
A 1 il '������   i Ive I be '��� j es   r ,av by
a   business   u m   ��� ��� nvej e I  the iA'ir"
in tha iartj   of farmers fro."U
Calgai .. ��� :.��������� in- ,- ��� lng out
' he Ian la it I iv ��� monl hs av i, will
return to set: ������ here as soon as their
harvesl 1        wlll di     ise of
theii ling     ���    -l er: i   an I   take
u;i mlxe i ram ing In A- -. lighl - r-
hood.
Hai r   ma .  :': im the re-
I      -       k was arre.te 1  .     the
;������'������    yesterda      evening,   after   a
'..������-���   ... 1   been  made   .-. ing
:    :. v -.     lined that 1      ������ ii ian
tai ���:" ten   1  liars fi im hi     oi kel
while he r is  In her compan       .he
. asi me up befon :.. tgis
this mo ��� ing.
Two i     ii were     'rested  yes
ter laj   af     .. i v. i    ie' Mi [nl   sh,
who happened to stroll into their
store whi i a game of fan tan was in
i rogress. Both I Ihlnks pul up the bail
necessar;    I i  eti - ire      - lib
erty   unUl   this   morning,   when  the
ill e   magls n 111    si!   In   JuJ %���
mei      n I   ���!     A- lei 1 s.
John l.v field,   if the Colonial hotel,
Is suffei lng from the eff cts   if a i ol-
Islon with a si    ���    i .    j been
-v in i   while cr    sing the .  near
the C.P.H   lepol     Ai a late hour lasi
iven ��� -    M.    Laj Beld   was   - iffering
:i Iderably, 1 v ha i ni I    el    i nsult-
��� -:   ,  ���    Ileal n an, - ��� thai the extent
-    .: A les   , iui :   :  il as av
tied,    iia  ha I   consl lerable   dl   I
i   Itj  ii        a tl lng, and -   ni ilaine 1 of
���   the r A. v,   a the heart
O. t'. V oodsoti rei i ne I to the i it)
: ,-���  ve di after an a Ben " of n cou
 irs, w hii ii  he icross
iln' line. Mr. Woo I- in, who Is o ton-
serial ai' Ist, conducts I a bm I er' -
shop here for some j'ears, an I Is at
H'eseni negotiating for the purchase
in' their business with an established
firm, anil will likely wield the shears
ir ill1- city once more In the near
I'm nro.
Ben I'tvA-v of Mission, waa in the
cltj yesterday on business and ailed
upon several old friends Mr. Ferris
recently purchased the hotel al Mission that had been conducted for ie\
ival years by ll. Wlndybank, and
sliiri' taking possession on the first
iv' this month he has made extensive
alterations in the place, which will be
of great convenience to the travelling
public.
\n Important real estate deal was
concluded yesterday, whereby Messrs,
Malum. M.Farlane * Malum assumed
'control of lot !'_, Burnaby, consisting
or _oi in res, for e sum In the neigh
borhood of $16,000, The property was
sold by the executors of the estate of
Uio i.no .!. R, Ollley, and is considered io be one of tho finest parcels
of iniiii In Burnaby municipality, The
land adjoins the Claude mil nstate
property, and the Burnahy power Hii"
deal   ��ui negotiated    ..-   private   ...
Fi esh  Eastern and Ol
at Ki iranl
', Einar  Haggman, a
'   . ,     ::������ I   la       '1 .   .
froi . -��� at tl Ro; al Co-
lumhian hospital, tool place fester-
day afternoon al the Oddfellows'
etery, the Rev. ���!. lv Bowell offlci  tin .    The   I  I   been  an
ini ate   of   the   hospital    foi    - i ne
nan,'a- previous to his demise.   S ime
a i'i Mr. II iggman los   his right
a- the result of a shooting accident v. hen he i ��� - oui duck h inting,
a:.: ha i een mabMi to worl sli ���������
H    :' ither, who     sided hi a .
.. '.. now in  i -Aing c i. lltl m   i
K - lo ips, an ither \ tb      ead
i   -    irge.
ire  will   be  no   1
nst Blain fl    i
r-.lei   ' .v u  hoi -1 le  ch isers i
This  1 - ra: h
iii ' - enl
:en looking forward
.  .   some   time   past, i h      .1
-      raining I      ��� i
' '1 ���        !,'.': i . ������
I sin.. evening
week,    ad are l i good con-
a for the .a     es to be
ing the exhil iti :;.   It.  i- 11 el    that '
a sei      ���-.,      :.|      , , ;
a gan      b a afl in the     i vers
ar-.   anxious   to v.-'   all   tl e exen ise
possibly can befoie the ei :
tion opens. The N'ew Westminister
men li ive ;.) feai as to the v.v - ���
o��. the games during the fair, and an
c nfldenl that they will surprise the
American teams when they rr.ee- on
��� the diamond in a fortnigl   's time.
A com. lain' h is been ma le to the
city police that a lady living on Royal
! venue Is keeping a cat in her house
j a iich is suffering untold agony from
in'u."ies received recently, and which
cannot "e re'i'JV''' except by death.
The ladv ref!1'e' x') allow the car to
he killed   bu l unless thls ls '*oue im"
mediately,  the   poUce wi" enrer '"ro"
her   for   cruel";    I i
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is to give these two qualities In every article bought ani sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs ali oak  frame from $7.50 each up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good .-election, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
ceedings again.--'
animals.
Wsnted���Carpenter;
office.
at    Da.
Wanted���Board and rooms, or t.wr��
furnished rooms, by man, wile and
- in     Applj   P. O. Box 235.
To Rent���The Victoria Boarding ani
Rooming House, No. 44 Six-:, a vm-:.
. ' ise I ��� ist office, with all mo leru
, inveniehces; 17 rooms; possession
Oc 1. Apply to A. M. Herring, BS
Sixth street.
I
DELTA
AGRICULTURAL  SOCIETY
18th Annual Exhibition will be held at
Shew Grounds, LADNER,
Friday & Saturday, Sept. 21-22/06
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster at 11 a.m. Saturday, 22nd,
ret urnir.g at 6:0 I p. m.
A. DcR. Taylor.
Found ��� Sargeni I
743    -v Dall;   N'ew
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
9uii i ile   for   an   office     Appl;
Chas, Q. Major.
Wanted���".\      ience i
children.    Apply   Box   192,   Revel-
stoke,  B,  C.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY,
=FINEST  AND   FA3TEST==
" $J1 I
it
EMPRESSES
���8.000 I EMPRESS OV BRITAIN \ 14,500
H. PomM EMPRESS OF IRELAND I     TCNS
Leave Quebec Oct, ., and Oct 18.
Passengers booked 1 > and tro al low
i'-! rate,   For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R.  AGENT.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ell.-id  Block.   New  Wisstminstsr,  B.C.
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
FOR  SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
Advertise   in   The   News
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q_____C___U-.l,i-��F THE DAILY NEWS
SATUPDAY.  gl
Win $150 in Gold!
Reichenbach  Company,  Limited
PRIZE
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get 81 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
I IVI PORTA NT--All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institution- of the city.
1 Reichenbach  Co
I  Columbia Street
3
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
Ltd.
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive New Westminster 19-10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. VS. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
i"   P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   VA   7.25,   9.35,  17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   VA   9.15,   10.'JO,  19.10,   20.20,
C. P. R. MILLSIDE STECLAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT N"..;.A.AN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W, 9.20 a.rr..; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. w. 4. 5 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, ! .4 p, il��� a:. N, W, 9.35.
p.m.
East Burnaby
V.,   VA  &   V.���VANCOUVER
I.v. N. VS. 3 ;���. m, and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver ..35 a.m., and 4 p.m
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N VA 9:35 an.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv ... ion 2:40 p. m.; ar, N. vs.
S:45 p n      :. I 6 |. in.
.'���I md
L. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
I.v. New  v.> tn aster 5.50, 6.50, ]
������. : (���  '.-     ..' hour there-
���    till II p. m.
Lv.  Vani   ivei   [or  v. ���  tn ia st - 11
��,.a.e hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.rn
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sn'., 7 a.m
Ramona���
From N, W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W, daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri, 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, ~> jj.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W,, Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
ES! I * * Close.    Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.       8.20 p.m.
Sap'n ^ Millside,. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.    9.00 a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. K.4.'n.m. 3.30 p.m
Van. & Cent. Park...10.80 a.m. 2 p.m
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m
 1.15 1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m. if|Ar,a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m. 12.00 m.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & fl. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all ra:! route between all
pi : ���- east, west and south to R ---
land. Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacif.c and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific  Railway  for   B -undary
reek pt ints.
Connects  at    Meyers    Fills    with
sti ge r*iily fcr Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
-;   vane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    ic.
loot.
Day Train
.   Spokane
i     sland
S'elson .
Canadian Pacific Railway Co,    ''��� etwe���n   Vv   ^��t_inster fana/jjan
ani Chilliw . ^__e_-_> _ ��___**_��� ��� ���_-__ ���
Pacific
British  Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
NORTHERN   B.  C.  ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees
TIME TABLE
Leaves  Van     iver   it  2 p,  rn.,  2nd
and   16th   of  ��    hi    atl     -   lng  at
(Subject to charge winnout   noHce.j   skldegate ,,n nrsl x.y, ,,. | Bella Cools
ALASKA  ROUTE. on se    nd trip. Time                      and
Princess Be trice leaves Vancouver departure  are  appi  rim te,
Sept. 10th. For   reservatl ns   and    _forn
Princess   May    leaves    Vancouver call or addn   -
Vancouver, Sept 13th. KD. (",''T'!.liT.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver, ..pent, New Westminster.
a-1 t. 2l8t E. J. COYLE,
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver Asst. Gen. Piss  Agent, Vanci iver.
Sej '.. 23rd. J. W. TROUP,
Princess   Mav    leaves    Vancouver General Sui.er'ntendent. Victoria
,,...   jnd. w- ����� GARDINER
Princess Lea-rice leaves Vancouver, (Jen- A��eijt' f            '"'' '
I ii t. 4th.
Princess   May   leaves   Vancouver,
Oct 12th.
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
an 1   :lrst-class sleepers daily.
Atlantic   Expre.-s  leaves  at   7:25.
Imperial   Limited,  leaves  at  17:20.
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
Nev* v.* -tminster.
Leave
o 20 a m.
i2._5 P.��n.
', v. a m.
.Arrive
.7.15 p.m
.4 10 p.m
' 45 p-m
H. A. JACKSON.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
T '  .-ANA V lU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
i Eight Trains Every Day in tiie Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
tor COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both   electricity   and   gas;  the   most
1 brilliantly illuminated train in the
world,      The   equipment   consists   of
'private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
n-.udern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further  information   call  on  or  writ'
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
Pr.ncess Victoria.
Leavi     Vai     iver   la ly at  1  p. a.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
;.- ives N'T- Wi tminstei at 7 a, m
:.  '���'.' lm   ,   ���  and Mond
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
ia:... ,1 Vani luvei   lally ������'-. ��� 1 1 Saturda;. and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. s.ii
! urday at 2:30 p, m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at ll p. m. on 1st,
7th, l.tb and 20th of each mouth foi
Ashousit and  way points;  leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, tor Q tatslno an i
way points. Leaves Victoria on  20tb
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster   on   Mon
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursdaj
and   Friday at 2   p.m, and Saturda}
I at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 6 p, t__
UPPER FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves N'< w Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
1
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R. Ape: ���,
New Westminster
er
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   Geneial    Passenger   Ai,ent.
Vancouver.
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with-
, in the Railway Belt in British Ci 11
bla, may be bomesteaded by any person who Is the sol. bead ol a family,
or anj male over 1- years of age, to
the extent of one-quartet Bed ion of
160 a< res, nave 01 le -.
Entry must  be a   le 1 ersonally at
: tbe local land office for the district In
which the land is Bltuate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
fl) At   least  six  months'  residence
'upon  and  cultivation  of the land  in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if thc
father is deceased) of th'j homesteader
; resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to re-id':i :t may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
C.t) If the settler hns his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his hnm'--
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six month-,' notice in writing should
be given to thc Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Northern Pacific!
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Fan   .
"NORTH 1'1'AST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Lew Rates.
Q lick 'I ime. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND A I.i. I'i 11 NTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtioti call on or write
A. IA LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, li. C,
A. I). CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. \. <;,   a
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and J
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information  apply to
J.  H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,!
Vancouver. B.  C.
i
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dall} NKW Da
Leavi   WESTMINSTER  Arrh
_: 70 am I. laim, B<
���1   15 ; m vain      ll irling- 9:55] a
���  n,   Mt.    Vi ���
non,     Everett |
81   " ������        and
port] ��� 1
4:35 pmlSpokani        St
Paul    and    all
1 - Ints East
9.20 am An n ortes, J:0i ; an
Woolley,     and'
JRocknort.
3:00 pm Vancouver 9 20 am
9:55 pm 4:3!
Lv.    N'ew    V,,- ��� minster   I
Guichon 3 50 ;   m  Ar, Gu
C  p.   m .   Mondaj    V\ 1 Ini
Friday
v ia a   :i.   ar   fn m < lul h
'.1 ".'i a. 11. ��� V u
Route ' f the ram
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily  Overl.ina Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Mlnne
Winnipeg, Dulut]    Chli
I.nv:    and - ��� polnti   n
For    1 "I.   leti
rates,   bei tb   ri sei vai I in,   1
call on or address,
P. ('. MEYERS, Agent,
flank of Commen ������ Build
New Westminster, B   C
S. (I. Vi.KKllS. A. ii. P. a
Corner 8e< ond Avenue and Columbia St.. Seattle, Wash.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
I Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers oi
ONTARIO. QUEBEC ami the MARITIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., Bddress
GEO.  W.  VA-iX.
Assistant Gen'1 Paasenger and Ticket
Agent. 186 Adams St.. Chicago, W. CAI
R0TY. SEPT. 22, 1906.
TM     DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
W
SIDE &  EDMONDS   Barris
a    iiii Itoi i, B a . le Blk.,
street,   New   We      li   ter.
le, ll- I- Ed d i.
V.
MS   WEART & McQTJARHIE
.   ���. o a [tors, etc.       Of-
-.,...- Wi stmin 'er. Trapp Blk.,
���  ;       Ciari    ,-,   and   Lorne   Btreets.
A      iver, rooms 21 to 21. 445 Gran-
,..,.   ,i,-,';,l, Martin, K. ��*.,..
v   R-eait,  W.  <'.  McQuarrle,   H. A.
���,;      Mr.  Martin   will!   be  In ths
\V.  tminster o.Eces every  Friday af
ternoon
H
BC;
���- D OF TRADE.��� '.'
Board of Trade mi
iv om   Clt;   Hall, as i     ... .
V, ��� ��� ::.      .        of  I      ..   iv   va.
. fly   mei tings  on   I h nd
Ine day     of     I��� ���       iry,     May,
���   and  -Jovi i i-.
I meetli        on    the    second
nesda      of     Fei ruai v     New
. :      may   be   pi ipo e I   and
ted nt any monthlj or qu irterly
Ing.   A. ]'.. \\ iv''.'. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. 4 A. M.
reg ilar    meel Ing    of   this
held on the First Wednesday In
li  ri.until,  al   -  o'i loi 1-.   p,  in., in
Masonic   Temple.     Sojourning
hren are cordially ln\ Ite I to at-
Dr.   W.  A.   DeWolf  Smith.
etary.
KIS_ SOLOMON LODGE, l"0. 17. A.
F. _.- A. M.���Reg ilar cr-mmunica-
��� ds nf this l ' Ige are held on the
in I Tues laj ln ea< 'i month ln
mic Temple, al 8 , . in. Visit-
Ing brethren are ordlallj Invited
to attend.    I). W. Olli brlsi Sec.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   11 SC
Meets  in   (Irange  hall   t'   .'   a
: bli I Friday in eai h mouth ai  S
Visil in_  bre ... en   u Hall
nvlted to atten I,    E,  E.  M itthl is
v    M.; j. Humphries, riee.-Se<'.
0. 0.  F.���AMITY   LODGE.   No. 27���
��� ������ regulai   n   el   igs of this lodge
e held in Oddfel    ���     I       Co ,
reel   ������ rei     Monda
'  S   i clock     VI - ' va brei I: en cor
li ���. .i ������ | to attend    S   '    laj
N   r)     w. t   Coaih nn. Re    S i
A. 0.  U. W.���FRASER   LODGE   No. 3
Mei tings the flrsl and third  I
In    each    month        Visiting
-' :en cordl ill1  li   ited to at*md,
...',.���,��� room, A. 0   U. W. b ill, Odd
', Hows'   bloi      i   iirkson   street, ('.
-'   Corrigan,  'der;   Louis Witt,
ter workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S ���
. i Rose Degre   n.- el    Sei md nnd
irth   i\ edn ' >daj  of i ai h  month,
;ii  K. of P.  Hall, Colum! la  3t��� i I
- p. in . White Ro   ��� Di Foil   h
... ia-.    In   ������ i I   month, e ime
... |    ���    .      v    tins   Brelhn n
Invited       !'..   B.   Stlnch
i imi.. Pres., II   Dl nej. Sei retary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meel every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in.. In Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren nre cordially invited to nt-
tend, Cen. Burr, S. Ci N- R~ Brows
Ser.
MP. HAMPTON  BOLE, Bollci-
-an--,   li:!;, as
B ink   "i   Commi ree  I
la   itre      ���>. po Ite   \    I
���-, w   v.',- ':...-   t< r.    M'jney  to
��� - j
TAKE A
TRIP
-. v,  REID  _s   BOWES,   Harris-
soil itors,   etiv,   42   Lorne
���������   Court     House,   N'ew
A   Whealli t  1"'   .
;
G!E E M -RT1.V, B: r ei in I
cltor, Ouii hon bloi . i im
: McKenz e sti iets, New West-
. B. C,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia   bt.
Ihu
nncr an? Philosophy
Bi   DL'NCAN   M.   SMITH
lell
��� the city.
promuti]   to any
Light and Heavy Hauling
iffice 'Phone 1.5.
Ham 'fnone 13
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Fjmi
Tel. 113.
rade a Specialty.
Office,  Eighth Street,
Canadian Bank of  Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
walk 111:   Gei  v   :  Manager        ALEX. LAIR] i I Manager.
IEW    WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
B.   il.
flOYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.459
It.   B.  K.  of   I.,  meets   s.- ond  and
fourth Fridaj   nf eai h  month, at   ���
p.   m .   in   i li inge   hall,   cornel   ���
Royal avenue and .obi       reel
ji.;:' ng  Sir   Knight -   i     llall.i    li
������ ������ I to attend,    W, E. l> ml ,. w
P ;   I.. E. Matthias, Reg.
BANK    MONEY   ORDERS
1 '" " 	
Over $1        I not i  I
; t exceeding $50 I."
PA*} .1   ...  AT PAR at an      ffice    ii
el  Bank   i I), and al ncl
Sl ites,
Negotiable at a fixe 1  i al
THE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
The;   form an  excellent   method of remitting   small   sums  of
an 1 al   -v all c .-'
N'EW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, S  TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of [Montreal
ESTABLISHED l.lv,
Incorporated   by   art   ot   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL  paid  up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND   $10,000,000
Rt. Hon.  Lord  Strathcona aa 1   Mount   Royal,    G.    C.    M.
G  Honorarj  President
Hon.   Sir   (!.   A.   Drummonl    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   Gene  il   Manager.
General banking ivisiness transact id.
Branches in all ihe principal cities in Canada, In  London, Eng., New
���      . Chi ago, and St. John's Nfl 1. an! correspondents In all parts of the
__i^^^
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  .Street
New Westminster, B, C,
PROVERBIAL  WISDOM,
il
Doi t l ������-.-;
:  .
I aak you,
.
Maki
Doi -    :       ��� lom
O
Tha
Wrapped In small packages
Give ;    ��� a pa i
A    i matter   >f tact,
Ol
Never tried
To make a  a ;rnmi-r
Or ��� ..vi
A week nf Tiring.
Tip.- Bwallow
ta I o
' !��� ���: av   ���
To be V'������   ting 11 ielf
At ii i sol    ;     ��� rletor
Ot a    imm     l  ��� lory
v
[I t the government
P       ��� :���:;.��� I ta
I.. -  ���     ima   ���  ���- ottey
sssstm
Bu   rn
i J
E ild It I,..ther?
Isn't It a sti ��� 11
And ile Idea
.'-
v ��� , think of It,
T     t an;
Should    vei
Have hi   I th
Thai oi ��� How,
Cnaldi I ��� i hi il Ing plant,
Could havi immer?
A   ������ : C them
Working for sli ot-i
Coul v.
Make even      ;������ ���   u ' day
Up!   ��� >" "*
p ikl    V. " ther.     "    *'"w.
Asking Paya.
of Ship repair
Scow   Building
promptly fur-
All kinds
work.
Ship and
a specialty.
Estimates
nished.     M
VV. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., N'ew Westminster, B.C
"eyes"
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
������Want iii see me, young man?"
"Ves.    I called to inquire if you havi
any special objections to becoming my
father-in-law."
11.-"a"���	
have,   erhaps you'd t chera   ami
"Well, of all '1
"Becuuse If y
better remove tl
to serve In that
ing."
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
was i ' ���
���
11 _ 1. I ,     a   . .. \ '
Pi
he
:.'    i i   tie.    ������] -'..     ���   i
T ie  i i elng  a
aratlvi he  west
ern   grow I   chance.
Aiiiuv-   ��� lil   on   tl.e.
-��� .'-��� ��� ,. ind. La Iner; W.
h Nelson, Langlej Prairie; L. Mi
burn and J. O. Lee, Langle; : W.
I: ett, S imas I ��� C. Wetherel,
Easl Burnaby; W. Henton, Ladner;
i i . t Bros, Mt. Lehman J. K.
Maiiregor placed i i msl le a . i m-
v a iples on
Pou well up to m I-
, af_,  and   'A   pa        il     Igeor,     were
ighl       a V'am o ivei  pun I a >e
��� '���  ������'������ ������ ll
-bout I .       mlti 1
1, inds.    W.  0      na   iw, o
' bough e riuantit;    is also did
Ryllfft    ' :.     and Martin Dalber,
of Vane
Eggs were no h ce   About
20 cases chan . ;
Vegetables   wei    . -  of  the
:, . . ..-'.   The - i.��. ntiful and
the stock was varied and - od. Pick-
mion - retalli I at 4 . er pound.
Green tomatoes were 50c a box; rin*
��� m atoes from 50c to $1; green co i..
15c per dozen; citron, three for -
- iuash, 20c each; celery, three
lOc; ijeet.s. parsnips and can its, four
��� bunches for 10c;  cucumbers, 50c per
-alV
VS. Whiting, of Burnaby, had the
lari isi and most varied display. Chin
Lee had -some exceptionally hue heads
o: corn and  cabbage on sale.
Beef   an.I   veal   were   plentiful, and
many   carcases   were   sold  wholesale
; on   Thursday  afternoon.     W.   Livingston,  of   La iner,  and   F.   Cooper, of
Silverdale,  were   tiie   largest   sellers.
; Among the buyers were the local but-
l number   of   Vancouver
a line;
ire slated
iod morn
Our work guaranteed.
SAVINGS   BANK
IEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
DEARTMENT
C_. r>. IJRVMINER, Ascn
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  $3,000,000.     Reserve $3,437,162
Total  Assets  $36,373,576.
hes and correspondents Ii a cities of the  world.
anklng busii ess ti insacte I.
li w
an
ac o int.   Interesl a I le . half
Ryall's Drug Store
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highe I prices paid for second-hand
goods, junk, bottles, rubbers, brass.
. op] bi . ol ! shoes and all metals; also
I     ithes, etc.   write or call,
S.   BROWN,
ret, New Westminster,
Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
He Didn't Do It.
We are pleased to note that the eourt
martial has pronounced Rojestvensky,
the Russian fleet admiral, not guilty,
deciding that it wasn't bis fault that
Togo won the battle in the sea of Japan.
While It is admitted that Etojestven-
���ky was among those present on that
larire occasion, yet all eyewitnesses,
whether they were on the ground or
just qualified by looking ut magazine
pictures, agree that tie was about as
much responsible for what happened
as the president of the United States
Is for a cyel ine nr a runaway horse.
Ile didn't ask Togo to be present on
that joyous occasiou and to bring his
folks; hardly. In fact, lie wasn't tlxed
to receive company, it was clearly a
case of butt in on tbe part of the Japanese admiral,  and  th mrt  martial
did well an.l wisely in listing the Russian commander with the Innocent bystanders.
������now
baby?"
"Oh,   li
from min
Had Two Bosses,
il i   vmi    like   minding
the  s
B01U 'Illill-
wil'iA
cbans
Fronl
I Ian..
So
thc
Rcccl
ver
Will Ki
low,
The
na: i
VCS      '
lh>
-
ports
Ar
For
.
:v   ���'
I
B,
i   .
nl a cod
Vv ir, :_
Th
hip it
1'    <
i. il.
be i
i'..;.      .a- rn ide  il  I wesl  rates.
Open Saturday  nirjhts frem 8 to 9 o'clock.
PER 1' PARAGRAPHS.
B. C. Monumental Works
j^MES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Hard
vrfv the
iisy
pi lesn't
always give pov-
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4059.  I.O.F,
Meets  the   Foil   I    Fi   I       In  the
th   ni   8   o'i I", k,   in   the
hall,  Oddfellov       bloi V       '
h en are cordl illj Invited to al
tei i. .1. B, Rushton, C. R.I I'"- ''-
Maxwell, it  S,
hEW   WESTMINS 1 th'   ttKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Imi orte
ind manufacturer of
We r.: ij
'
whal :
m'o  any  r
ukln'1   be
..ta.i why out
satisfied   with
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8803.
A. O. P.���T1 Pilar n 'Ings of
this Lodge nre held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesd i> i nf each month
ai "t p. ru. In the Oddfi Hows' Hall,
Visiting Brethren are cordials Invited in nttend E, C, Firth, C. R.I
K. P. Maxwell. Sec.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
VG&sxmuymaisnBaa&iiB*'
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for prices.
New   Westminster,  B.  C.
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
' PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS. BOQUETS
AND  FLORAL DESIGNS.
A mnn
>i';> up '' ith hi
safe fei
bank account doesn'i
bettli ���: ; roclU Ities i*
nol to know,
Pew
stro :
larder.
on��,   ni   matter  how
adil   anything  to   tho   family
LIMITED.
Telephi
New Westminster, B. C.
ne  A.184
nue and
or address tth
loth Street.
Ave
6ON0 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First nnd
Third Tuesday o( every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Forrester, Roe. Sec.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY  SURGEON.
Late of Manchurian Japanese Army
Service.
Office, 300 W.stmin:,lei Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Resid in ��� - Phnn i 0),        Office Ho rs
Offlce Phone 2666.        !> a.m, to 5 p.m.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C.
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pion<*_v  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,   "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world  that   equal   in
equipment  that of the  Chicago, Milwaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They j
own  .imi  operate  their  own  sleeping j
and dining cars on alll their trains and ;
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of i
j service  not obtainable  elsewhere.
; H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cot Alder. Portland, Or. |
A chance t,i make good is the thins
the  boaster  least   ilesires.
T.i   look   like   the   real   thing   is
dearest  wish of some Individuals,
the
A bus been is sure
self the coining man
to consider him
No  woman   ever
needs a vacation,
thinks  her  tongut
Fear makei
than joy van
more sickness lu n daj
lienl in a year.
uu the day of her marriage everj
woman joins the rnnks of liromiustil
pe iple tor nt least a daj-.
Arms. All the usual butchers were in
their places, and their stalls looked
somewhat bare when the time I'or
cleaning up came along. M. Monk,
as usual, had a monopoly of the flsh
trade, and seemed to he pretty busy.
Cut Bowers are becoming scarce.
Asters and dahlias made up the sum
total of Mrs. Tidy's supply. She also
had for sale all "Tails of bulbs, a.s well
ais cubvus, asy_u'_g__..U:r.Li. smilax and
begonias in pots.
T. Davis, the Burnaby florist, also
ha-1 asters and dahlias cut, and the
usual pot plants. He also offered
honey in the con.'i al  20c per box.
.1. Muirheail. In addition to cut and
pot plants, had apples, Gravenstelns
and  Wealthles.
A large auction sale was held and
a number of head of horses and cattle changed hands at fair prices.
Summary of Market.
Beef an 1 veal, good supi ly, s il 1 al
quotations; mutton, lamb and pork
scarce and good demand. Eggs
scarce: usual ready demand for all In
Fowls and chicks, good supply
witb demand equal. Apples, liberal
supply and good pieman.I. Pears
sc in v. fair demand.
Quotations.
Beef, forequarter, Ic to
Beef, hin I iu irter, Sc :o
V'i al, 7c to 9c lb.
Lamb, 12c to 13c lb.
Mutton, 10c to lie lb.
Pi A . :v ui .'i^c lb.
Potatoes, $11 io $15 ton.
Onions, $25 ton,
Eggs, 10c doi' i
B 10c Hv
1*. .-a '.   $6.50 to $7
Chli       .' -        i $        ten.
Duck-, *���* dozen
\     les 75c to $1    -
 o	
Just.ce Duff is Favorite.
Ottawa, Si-,: 21.���li ����� be nei es-
sarj in appolnl at onc< a Judge tor
the supreme couri In the , lace ol I Ite
late Mi Jusl Ice Se Igi a.. I The conn
meets on Oct, 2. and ii ts possible tha
Chief Justice Fltspatricls may nol be
al le to sli on some of the cases, is
is almost certain ihat the new Judge
will come from British Columbia. Mr,
Justice Puff, of the supreme court of
British Columbia, Is said to be Mrs;
choice, and he is therefore likely to
gei the posilion. There are some applicants from eastern provinces, bul
tt is said that the west will have the
firsl. call.
Mission Band of Hope.
Man> varieties of home-made cake
will be for sale to-day, from 3 to 5
In the afiernoon, al the manse, US
Ash street, where the members of the
Mission H;ind of Hope Of Wes; I Presbyterian) church will hold an after-
OOon tea and sale of cake for Ihe purpose of raising funds for iheir winter's work. Admission is free. It ts
hoped thai many will take advantage
of this opportunity ot spending a pi >a-
s-ini afternoon and helping on the
young : eopla In their good work,
���,��
_____
5flHWHH| THE DAILY    NEWS
BATURDAY   SEPT
REASONS   WHVWc Want You, TraJc
A W. can  -v. e you enl      - - -
2. We have the i I of Faj Staph
��� thi     ..--..
- W eve in Q   ditj   ef ore Q      I ity.
4. Wi sell our e     Ls at th�� LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you. watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE SEED your trade and we intend to HA YE it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
Home from E-v a
ft*. Pi in -
nglai        ..
-   ���   ���       - ,
el -
.. see tl
..:.
' -
friends an i -
-    -
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CHEAP   FUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale r av. but ii will I e
a scarce article in a shea-: s.E'.-s *,*-. .-���:*. v> Ov.* weather
comes and orders begin t - rush in.   Take the hint.
Get your order-- in at   nee.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
H. BELYEA & CO
Telephone     1 50.
.... CALL ON ....
r.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminste.. -    -  B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Han I
Goo Is such as Furniture
Stove.-. Ranges, Tools.
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Wrecked
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Harper's Weekly.
eight -. :.-.:.- -    the 1
45
.-a--.   ���     the  Rand  1
i use;
for the < hai
rties were shi   ting    tt
nd thai -        tered v.-
-��� .      ���     splosioi
a .:���-.-     _ stan 1-
ing on a side 1
-���   -  - -      gainst it   an . ihat
.   -���  . ��� A- -
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V - -   ���   :
.. -    -. -.       sent      lozen
f the s<
.: ���  ���   sent t    the Kn :
Thi V '. _ -  -
over thi .   ol   ae victims was   e
gun today.
\Vh��   M<   i)i,i   \,.x   Rexigra.
S r W 11 W vlv     ���
thi o1 tv- -    -
yi.:.,; the ]     - . '
ions
sort of 1
Ju A- -      !!"���'
- ate' I he t
up smiling at Wesl
Brol        ' " said Sir Ali
��� I -r ' ������   .1 un us thai
'.:.-��� v led   '���-:.. '     .
r . the  lord ct tl     ���, 1
of August."    "So I d I Sli
:   ��� t when 1 . - . :
she said. 'Why. V
o_ ��� arth do you think thai
v'.sh ;.   -. messing .     it ise all
day'* So, you see I - Uged to
come down to court ig In."���Dundee
Advertiser.
ALEX. SPECK
S:gn   Van  en  Wheel.
Colombia S\ N--* Westminster
"Timber
Limits"
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
.:������- . 20,000 -    ���:������ acre.    Easy of
acceis.     .A-      I   Quarter   Sect,on.   in-
lng    6.COO    cords    Shingle    Bolts.
���  - Ei a Ire about thi se.
.   -        . - he
���   -       ���   ���
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riven i ���       to thi
....
ining
t which
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
260 Columbia St.   Ph"ne 85
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
"ve.'.'cundian. Fishery Question.
Sl   Ji hn's   N'fld., Si   v 21     The re;i-
��� -��� ntativi -   .- the Ami i.    n, British
N��-'-\ in indlan I govei nmi ni
:.- . iti ting a modus vivendi regard-
: - the .'��� nti : hi rring fishing about
to open on the west coa I ol Newfoundland. The Americans claim the
- v to use vv se seines, the use of
which ls forbidden I y tbe law of Newfoundland because of the destructive
effect nf these appliani es
 o	
The home of (.!. I. Blair was iht-
- "ii" nf a wedding on Wi -in-- -1 iy
last, when the sister-in-law ol the proprietor of the home, Miss Jessie Cul-
bert, became the bride of William
Hunter. Both of the contracting parties came from Langley, where thej
will make their bome in : il ire. T ���
ceremony was performed bj th Rev.
\.  de  B.  Owen, of St   Pi
Refoi me 1 church. The I i Ide was sup-
��� i rte 1 by her i ier, v hile her two
little   un    is   i arming  Bowi r
girls. After parta a. ol the wedding
collation iin' brld trip
to Victoria.
RE Of SOME fORCf
thn - ."
���   ��� . -   buy a 1
Do It INovv.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN I
was m st likely a    areli I ex
tras aearrt   yi ung man  and      I not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
tne best
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed Mouse and
.   ���   ���  -��� . enth Street, near Bai' ist
Lot60xl32..$1_r5O
Very Easy Terms.
If YOU HAVE A LOT
ind Want lo Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
Humor enl- Pi  iosophy
->   DUNCAN  ...  -'.ITH
SCME PASS HOLDERS.
The i - ���
A -   ���     the sl
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A
NEW STYLES IN THE
MILLINERY DEPARTMENT
The last few days have brought us many noveltii
this department, such as Ladies' Ready-to-wear II
Childred's FI< | s; also New Trimmings of every de
.��.-
.-���i
���
- - Idl f
I   ��� -    - ry one
n ���       ���
bout   _
Every day grows rnsier and the time till you
your new hat grows smaller.   Leaveyouror
your hat on time.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
i ������ ���
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-
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rr . table i   Be Righl
.:���    -  -        '.   - -
S        i'ork in the
sanity es
���   1 -
. pre vail on
""ba
rhe in
sanity
kia.-.v or. -      cad tbe
s spread.  Hi      n easllj
com Ince himself l - wl  te
or at least -        If thereby
I - s tboug
races and won
on a 40 to 1 s
!'���- pie .amine.   tl.p_;
rues and fell
of thi - -      - that thi
ty expei hich       j
be the reus rs find
Bl       '      ���      b 1 ���-���-..;.. _���-
request   I 1
F .- Practical F^rr    :-.
(       '  "
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" FURNITURE 1
/���
M r^-
tt
m^ssssssssssWW
By faii ���      ntains
���
Bu
8 your ��� 01���
I ts I
Had V.e: Him.
"Oli   - l.uilt him a cot
'....���
"Evi r   have -     --   dealings
���-   -    ���  :.. J"
"Ni til - ���      ! -
"Overl . tl
"Yi -A
��� Wi II.  It is the only tl     %  I -��� r
Oi ....        ..;
He Fj--e   ii Around.
"He 1-  . 1 ������'��� ��� -���     a the cause."
That   Is n-_  reas be  -huuid
raj, !������ ������-.,       j   ������ I     -.. r "
Vai.-i Pe^.-cts,
w ��� re I ���'.-'���
Where I vl.tly
And tl bright I)
���
Whi v   '       . ��� ���    .          ���  ::._.::.*
There's Ith water 1 rimming,
A   . v        - nml ng
: ���          .   -.- -     lodaj
I would g hasten 1
And ���������  t I i        e thi    gh It
Aa I proud
I.., ��� : ��� ter rai
1    ��� ii        ���      j  .       ..
It :  ���  ��� . -      -   ������
I'M...	
_---____----- _---V  t_'.
FE?.T PARAGRAPHS.
If  ; i v   can I  d i  n   d -.ra- ������  thing
gl -. e as (food an ol  doing it
us well a- y i . ,.: ������
Loi esic ��� ��� ��� ���   -i ��� ctatoi.
tlmllai ly n  nus tbe
l'i- Ilng faint Is thi    troi a point of
Fnii..- v   :..���  .
There i- . ������      - ;        ularly ilistin
gnishlng ab ml be tig crazy.
Some big Insurance ��� - don't
seem I   have ii n h u ��� I >r rla- honesty
br ind of p il r ��� -
Polish Your Floors
With Johnson's Prepared Wax.   It is by f,_r the most
reliable   and   satisfaciory   preparation   for   polishing   floor?.
It produces a lasting, artistic finish to which dirt and dust will
not adhere,    lt dees not crack or peel oS.    Heel marks
and scratches will not show.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
contains more polishing wax to the pound than anv other.
That's why it covers the most suriace, gives the best, most
lasting and artistic finish with the least effort.    Try it.
For polishing woodwork and furniture it is unexcelled���
preserves and brings out the natural beauty of the wood.
Use Johnson's Powdered Wax for all dancing floors.
Ask for free booklet "The Proper Treatment for
Floors. Woodwork and Furniture. "You can get
the genuine Johnson Preparations of
Anderson & Lusby
A full Iim    . F     il   'eof all kinds ;���. *
in sti a:.   :-:  Prices to suit purchase rs.
L NDtf-TAKINC.    A    SPECIALTY.
VV. E. TALES,
_>:   716 ind 7181
Rear .
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and  Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above ;  ich-
ines include Fleury's, Cocks    tt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
: Electric Railway Service
T   C'ty Limits Line��� sen
m      G 10 ii. m. 1    .1 p, m.
���    20 Minute Service���Nl   transfer,
Between IL' and _ and 6 and 7.
Inter-urnr n   l -���?.
Cars   ' r Vai     ivei    .1   way
stations k hall
b   ir from '-'.:;'
:.���.-':.
a.   Di.     Ila '    . i ..: -   v....
- .:.   fri tn  ' '���-��� " .     I'.
Vancouve
30 Minute Service durln? n*-
mainder i.t day. i ran.-: - it
Leopold !'
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be-
'����� >-n   8  a.   ni.   and   10  p.  m.
City .ind Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���In Minute Sei
vii-p. ezi ���; ���  I ��� tween  ;.' an i
:'. and s .in.i ,. during wni a
boura    ibe    service   win   lie
nalf-honriy.
Sunday  Service   I     [ : OUI
tween s a. m. ami 11 p, m.
X British Columbia Electric R>.Co.,Ltd
*���>���->..��.���<
i �����������..���...��������.������._��������)���-.��--������
| B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
��� VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
i ........
( Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
j   Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
I Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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