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 VOL! ME 1. NUMBER 168
-\, Ufc'Slalive t,ssQ
SEP 21 1906
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NKW   WESTMINSTER, B.C., THI RSDA^   MORNINCi, SEPTEMBER 20, 1906.
10 CENTS I'll! W I I Is
"SCOTCH" EXPRESS
GOES OVER BRIDGE
WITH PASSENGERS
fen People Lose Their Lives and Sixteen Sustain Injuri
In Accident on Great Northern Railway
Flames   Break Out Among
the Wreck.
es
...   train I   ���    _r<
le ' ���
Idi   of G ant
I .,.     odii
ibi   wrei      and
elleved to bi     irgi
should   ha -��� ied ai
.   Failed to do bo,
i      ��� ��� ���     tation
��� ���  : ..- ���
and       ������   ���
��� :   ivei the   ������::.        met
t m   ��� irntng t irtle
coaches imme liatelj   tool
��� ��� anj passengers I ��� ���.���   th
led flvi   havi    lied
��� ���   ol    .������ -   lost
���i   eved to be 1
��� ������   Injured.
. iunts  the i oat bes  wi re
"OVERSEAS MAIL" WARMS
C. P. R. TRACK
Arrives at Kenora. Ont., on Scheduled
Time After Smooth Trip Over
Prairie Country.
BREWERY ESCAPES
LICENSE PROPOSED
j BY COMMISSIONER
Mr. Venables Fails to Secure Seconder to His Motion to
Impose Fee of $500    Mayor Gives the
Board a Friendly
Talk.
alii
-
'    ' i . ....
. ...i  it  is
failed to v
Vt 5  i ��� ning  it   was
officii!        tat ed that ten pi
\   :'
ihe fin .-.      ndei    ontrol
Net   fcr   Montague.
' "v     Sepi     19     ..   ��� ���
���'   ��� imi       v. na: ���   was
��� ' entiom I  In i onni ctli n  * I h tin   \..
v !���;,,-��� Hamilton ���    i ed by the
���  iti    ol    Hem'.   ('..:-'  llll ���:    H. -i    il.
'A'.   Mi v .-��� .-   loi v.. ���       stei    ol
tun    for   thi'    Dominion,   said
that he neii hei  had the timi   i   i  thi
"������ ��� mer uoll
Firemen Go On Strike
And Tie Up Ferry Boats
������������������������   Se;.'. 19    Sixty-four flre-1 the ferry slips, until thi      tti      obi
ed by tbe  New   York and    ami   ���     ���.-     When the ci  ws learn
Perrj    companj    went   on   ed that  no boats were moving, there
���   noon   to-day   and   tied   up   was a stampede for tbe William street
'"'   err j lines running from berths   bridge and Long Island rallwaj  ferry,
attan to Broadway and Green-   w] iii  I trfidreda of loaded tfacks, turn-
'.-���'    Eighteen boats wr-v  ed awa; rrom the ferry bridge,'ch ked
Much lnconv_alence was   the streets leading to the  ferries re-
the usual afternoon traffic, , malning in operation.    It   was Btated
erli ie  effeel   of the  strike  thai  more  people crossed the  bridge
*     '��� '    "  the evening  rush  hours,   during  the   two  rush  hours  than   at
inds ' ' persons flocked to | anj   time since Its construction,
CAPTAIN AND SAILORS       URGE SHIPS COMING
ARt SWEPT OVERBOARD      FOR LOADS OF LUMBER
; ..     s sepi     19.���Oul
e purple I
Rockies, pai
Ih             ivhi
a--'  thi    I'.....   foot und      i v
���
��� :     ��� :     ndi    '  ���        indi
unless      ill .   ���',
���' P R. Ovi rseas Mi 11   asi
iffal i has dis:     eared, and
mplaci n'i;-   aa. ��� s on
atl ���    ��ben    not ni
i nasi .I ��� he bison for sj   rl    ud 1
manj things it bn aghi him.
Past   the i atth        intr;
si as   Mail  dasbe I    thn ugh   t1"-   well
'    ��� I   Bi Ids   when    al   the   diffi   - i I
stations   . .. ���   grain ele\  ton
v.i  lasting monumi nts to the fi i   litj
o! the soil
The Overseas  '���'.     bad madi
il ���  of hours In lhi intalns, an !
������> t ��� :i Medicine Hal was reai hed last
night the 180 mill - Irom Calgai b i I
heen covered in 24u minutes. From
��� ������ Hal to Moi -��� Ja .* is 261
:i Hi - and the run betwei n those two
towns was made in 6 hours and 27
minutes, and the 134 miles bei ween
' I ��� latti r ;-i,ii i- an 1 hi re was i overed
in 'J hours and 53 mlnut-ss.
Between 7.30 last night __id 9.20
lhis morning, practicallj IS hours, for
at an hour was li -������ be "ause ol coming eastward, the Oversi is Mall trav.-
elled 557 miles
it waa a rattling pai e, but with a
sjili ndiii roadbed and 11 wei fui en
g nes manipulated bj skilled C.P.R
train crews, it required ii" special el
I -��� to accomplish the ti at, and no
attempt whatever was made to e*
ha record. -Nt the same time
the C.P.R. trainmen did nol allow anj
grasb to mow on tbe track.
Brandon, Man.. Sept. 19.   The Ovei
la     i r r I vi
::.;, Ij    ���   ��� .        ed
��     hn\ ng
een i mintiti ���
Is   1,340   miles   : om  Vane    ��� ���       it I
'������'.       Wl	
;v   fortj    hours, ovi
miles  of the  route  laj   thi   igh   the
intalns
Kenora, Ont.,  Sepi    19     V\ "lun 4^
hours,   the  mountains  of British   Co-
lumbal, the  cattle  rangi s ol   \   erti
and  iho broad  whi al   bell  ol  Sa skal
cbewan and Manitoba have been traversed   I :���   the   Overse is   Mail,  a   dis
tance  < f  over  1,600 i    es,  an 1  now
In this Ontario town thi   train  which
Is .-. greal   factor In  bringing  London
and   H"ii_   Kong   nearer together   ie
readj  to pull out on schedu i  time
The fart thai this magniflcenl train
lias made tho continuous run is in
I ell a tribute to the man igemi nl ol
the Canadian Pacific Rallwaj Co.. for
iis speeding has nol disturbed the
ordinarj   business of the road,
A more glorious Si ;.ii mber day
lhan this could scarcely have been
Imagined; a fairer one could nol be
desired. The sun shone brightly and
genlallj. and was onlj al I tnes ob
scared by the smoke oi the Bcon - ol
steam threshers which wive making
ready for market ihe golden grain of
tbe Canadian west
Winnipeg was reached at 1 30, and
twenty minute-; later the Overseas
Mall Rped across the Re.1 river of the
north an 1 was booh in the .'eat province of Ontario, through which its
ci ursi lies until the hanks of thc St.
Lawn m e are seare 1.
', hei e were quite a numl ���" ol    11
pie  in  meet   the arrival  ol  me  train
al   Winnipeg,  as  there   has   I een  al
tin   different  points along ihc line nt
which slops were made.
British   /Tramp    Steamer   Laura    Has   Quito  is at Steveston. and the Curzon
Fierce   Experience  en Coast is  Due   to   Arrive   on
cf   Virginia.
Va.,  Se, t.   . tain T,
v -   and    thre,     .   llors    were
im   the decks i : the iiiiti.-h
��� ii amer  Laura,  which ai i ived
u-day, in  the  storm  whicli  rav-
bsi    lasi    Mondaj    The
were losi  wi re in the chart
������- hen ... great  wave carrle 1 thi
������ '    ani.   Fred Gladsl mi. the
iffl i ',  was  i      led       m
e la      I with fever, to
where he aln   ti I the work
��� 'ns thi   ship,    vli thi    i
deed theli
���  ���  " ' ������ Ql e
Saturday.
i .. tain Rogi i s, the i iver pilot,
brought the Quito safelj to anchor off
Steveston lasi night, and will bring
the vessel the rest of the way to the
Frasei   river mills tlii-- morning.
i in Saturday the Cui _on, one of the
largest sailing vesswls to enter this
port, will arrive here The Curzon
:.- ,i foui mastei. and alreadj bai pari
of Its cargo aboard, having been loading lumber al < bemalnus fi i .-��� mi
time past.
POLICE INVESTIGATE
DEATH OF ELIZA COOK
ARMENIANS COMMIT
HORRIBLE OUTRAGES
Susciicicus    Circumstances     Sun-ound i Set Fire  to  Tour Tartar Villages and
Case   of   Burial   of   Baby Massacre   Many   of  the
in Back   Yard. Inhabitants
  .	
"i      ... Si   '   .' i    Ja ���
Inaut irate i  v.. ,-ernoi genei al   ol   the
at 10 o .an k this i    rnln
Secretary of War Taft
Is Welcomed In Havana
Toronto,   Sept.    I"    Circumstances      Tit'.is. So; t   19.��� Vccordlng to a re
surrounding the  death  ol 'Mt    Eliza ,o-t received here from the governoi
Cook an.l the initial oi a prematurely general   of the  Caucasus  al   Krlvan,
born   baby in   the   back   yard   ol   the four Tartar village- In the   llBtrlcl ol
Cook home, Beven miles back id High- Sangesur have been reduced to ashes
land creek, have led the crown iittoi- by    Vrmenians      The   inhabll ints   of
to oraer an Investigation "I  the seven   Vrmenlan  villages participated
.   ������  bj   the   police.    Conk  says   the in   (he   work of destruction, bul   Hi '
i was ib a.i when born, and on th' before the arrival ol troops     I 'hi   I
Ivice ol  his doctoi   be  burled  it  in tar   residents   of  the   devastated   re
ihe   back   yard.     Mrs   Ci  il   died  of glon  who escapi I t! acn   h vi
blood   poisoning,   .md   was  burled   ha Ited the  dlstrl t,     The  ���,>-'���
Vt a mei i ....
i.
V'i at rod need a mi
ewei    -. a    dis    li
i
ed a .... in
tion. he explain
. ���. -, ive
��� Ing $1,000   .   eai   and hi   dl
���a p   whj   local brewi ou
ev ma:      S"ine  peo] le   wen    ol    hi
nli -i   tb il    ai' ording   to   the  i Itj
< hartei. thej were una >ie ti
e v h a  lb ense,  while others wen   i I
.   ..anil ii thai It co ild be i   ne,   To
a-,   ihi   ���    ' ' ���   to a test,   be
,   ed subi Itting thi   resi lut'on   ���
riiy council.
Dispute   Over   Figures.
Mayoi   Ki ai -    al I  thai  he did i
think   that  the  cltj   council  had  the
pewer to        ������ ���   such a Hi ensi      He
thought that $50 a year was all  that
I    lie     ImpOBed,     this     being     thi
amounl chai ge I foi a v. hob Bale liquor
Iii ��� use.    in  Vam ou t   ' ie   brewerj
| liceiise was onlj  $250, and nol $1,1   -v
a. CommiBtioni i Vi tin. v- had Btated
Mi   Venablea���"Oh, yes, l have that
; . m ('. mmlssloner Hunt."
Continuing, Mayor Keary Bald thai
he was Borrj thai he ha I to sa- tl at
Mi. Hunt was mistaken, but such v. is
the case Personally, hi did nol wish
to Bee a license grauted to the brew
ery al Sapperton, There bad never
bi 'ii a license there, and tin bn wi s
was al  presenl being conducted in b
I very proper manner.   He asked chief
Mcintosh to tell them how the Van-
. couvei  breweries were conducted.
Bad  in  Vancouver.
Chlel Mcintosh then cited instanci -
I where,   according    to    hi-   personal
; know'' dge, beei. portei and othei I ��� \
eiagp's were dispensed by the glass
In   several of them  thev,   was a  bai
j fitted up and a mnn waa In attend
ance all the time.
Ma.Mv Keaiy said that he wt ul 1
oppose anj license that would allow
o' Buch conditions prevailing at Sapperton. If Mi NcIbou waa taxed to
that amount, It would mean that he
could wholesale hard liquors, and no
one iii Sapperton wanted that.
Against Jags in Sapnerton.
Commissioner Thornber sail that
he was opposed to granting a wholesale license at Sapperton. If this
was done, there would soon he a pro
.. -ion travelling towards the hotel.
bearing demijohns in both hands, and
there would be a great chance to indulge ln a length} drunk Foi thoBe
who were so minded.
Rebukes   Mr.   Thornber.
Commissli n< i    Venables,  �� io   had
liBteni .1 i" all thla talk a io it a w
sale 11 en;-   with    ll-ci    ���   ���
. a .   hen    ��� ���-   to his fei     an
rj .   jing  \*. Tl   ��� nl ���     exi        ed     l
can   '  qulti     '  Ini;
.11.   A        ' 8   "Ul .
�����]   a       i   -a     a    i,
I am n ikln    a
PBolutlon to whob   ile Heen e
on thi   i eopb   ol  Bappet
ton     l  wi h t ii   :  ������"ers i on
: ti a lething o I ..-���!.. 0|
i t i cannol ��� ��� thai the tai I
that they would pa.v a brewers' li
11 use would How them to retail
di in    in any way."
Vnj  Becondei to the motion "' In-
red the > halrman.
No answer was forthcoming and
after a short interval lhe motion was
declared thrown out, as there had
been no seconder. Mr. Venables quot-
rlpture to the effect thai his
words had fallen upon stony ground,
and n Igned himself to seeing Nels
Nelson conti ulng on his waj without
l aylng the expected $600.
Hotel  Man Temnts Mayor.
Mayoi Kearj reported having heen
offered a grant of $1,000 for the ex-
hibitlon by a local hotel man. providing he was given ihe sole rights
foi the Belling ol liquor on the
grounds during exhibition week. He
said that, considering the way In
which contributions from the merchants were coming in. it had heen
a greal temptation, but he had derided that the selling of liquor on the
grounds would not be tolerated. Although liquor was Bold at Vieloria.
Nanaimo. Kamloops and other fairs,
it had never been dispensed at the
exhibitions held in Ihis city, an.l he
did not propose commencing It now.
Commissioner daggers  here raised
a point of order by inquiring whether
Mayor Keary thought  Ihat  the board
of   control   of   the   exhibition   could
giant anyone permission to sell liquor
on the grounds.   If this were done, h
would   make  a   'est   case   of  it.    1   -
thought   that   such  u   privilege  col
not  be  granted except   with the c   t
f a- of the commissioners.
Petition Against Increase.
A   petition  signed   _y all  the lc
hotelkeepers was real by the ma\
The petition was a protest against tl
raising of  the HqUOr  license, sever;
reasons  being  given   why  Hie hotels
could not afford to pay the increased
price.    After the reading of the letter,
the question of the proposed false A
the license  was referred   to the  city
council, and will  he discussed a; thc
next meeting of that body.
Chief Makes Report.
The report   of Chief of  Police Mcintosh,  license   inspector,    was  read,
shewing  that   convictions  for  selling
quor to Indians had   been   secured
against   two   of   the   hotels,   while   a
lain!    , vain--   a   third   had   heen
I   with.    The report  was received
and fl ��� reference.
\ communication was read from A.
(Continued en Page Eight.)
��� iiiii cemeteiy
     ���o__
slain ;'" unbuili i   in hi
v   -    L 13     Thi   I     S
��� -. with Si   retarj of War
.   '���    Is) ml Secretary of S
I, entered Hi     na h ir-
7    '��� loc .  ��� . iln      The
1 ame   from Ida   at   the
te speed i     nol
arrive hi re day-
iptain of the porl con
e<i Senor O Pai rill, the Cul i
Mate;    Mr,    Sle ip< r, the
' ;   States  < harge      i : and
esentative of th     '. ted
ird
v ������ ho .   Commander Col
������ i ?er from the Den
ift and  Bai  m  ha 1 a long
���1 an I private      il  r ace wil
O'Parrlll        VI Is   the;
nandi     Colwe
:   . -     . :
'   ' ���     ���
'. . ���     in
ler, Morgan   In Mariano,   iu    lhal  no
Hni ������ at rangi ments woul i be ma le
until the  '  rn alitles  ol   to-daj   were
ivei
, : -   - efore   10 o'clock   the   entire
v     landed  an I   v e I ��� I   to   the
���    ��� ��� ere Me        Tafl an I Ba   m
... nted to Presl lenl Palmn hy
:    vi  rgan
A falrl. large crov i bad assemble i
the secretai - 'a Icindlng, but
.   .   ...,-- nn demonstration.    As the
secretarj   of wa:- steppi i a bore   tl ������
mayo   in i the coun llmuti of Ha nana,
lack frock coats,  advi n ��� i
Uvered   i  formal   welcome, lo
p. hich Si    etai    'i afl pe .. ��� n led   Tbe
partj   thereupon entere i   automi I ilea
and we ���    I riven to the | ilace,
Que . Se I   I ���    8t, I hns
.   -. il aht  nomln
. .    i De nei i   i     andidate lo
��� ��� id   Hi v    !���    P    I ���   Who  has
;. l to   :.'-   ench,
Goes Hunting .md Fishing. Promises to  Protect J**?
���   i   Bepl    i '    To-daj   His  B *       Od sa, Sept. 19.   T ie pre3iden
.   encj  Earl Orey   lefl    Victoria   fcr Un   union    ���'  the   '! ������- Ian   t     le tc
the Ashing and hunting grounds along day telegraph! i  I i lhe  Odei
i '  of  Vancouver  Island.    He mlttee   ol   the   organisation   thai   he
iwaj  'ii this ilxcurslon until had had ah  Interview   with   Premiei
Tuesday,  tho 25th,  when   he   arrives Stolypin,   who  assured   hlm  the go\
In Yam ouvei* in aiiii ���   i the Canadian ernmenl    would   nol   penult   furthei
v  estrj convention, ' lewlsh excesses.
5000 Chinese Lose Lives
Aldermen Take Jag ger s
Back to Boyhood Days
Hong    Kong,    Sept,   80.���II   Is  now
estimated thai 5,000 Chinese lost their
in ihe recenl typhoon,   Reports
are hourly Increasing the mortality.
The   ii'inner    Monleagl.e   has   been
n Boated,
The  Bteamer Heung   Chang,  from
Macao, with hundreds of passengers
"i   board. Is   stranded   off Ltintno Is-
. land      The  eaplaln    sent    off   u   boat
wllh the   second   mule,   some   sailors
ami n iiri'miin  to obtain   assistance
from Hong Kong.    The Bteamer Ihni-
1 -iw picked up the boat after fourteen
hours.    Assistance has been dispatch-
el to the wreck.
Search for Bishop.
Hong Kong, Sept. 19.���The Right
Rev. Chas. Hoar. Anglican bishop of
Victoria (Hong Kong), was pn board
the yacht Pioneer, which slianded in
Castle Peak bay. .Mrs. Hoar hvts gene
in a govei nn i. tit launch to search for
the bishop. No lives were lost in
Kowloon bay.
rhe Hi ensi ���   ��� .-  -     e
���  ���      '���   -���
led thi ���        .. i-T   ������
���    v, .   ���   ��� ��� citj council    ���-
week, and when speaking ol the mat-
tei last night st the meeting of the
licensing board. Commissioner Jag-
gers expressed himsi freely on that
! score.
"After we had heen kept waiting in
; the city clerk's room some time," ex-
j p.Aued Mr. daggers, "we were usher-
��� ed   into tlie  committee   room   where
the aldermen were sitting.   The scene
' that   followed  took  me  hack   to   my
! boyhood's days, when, as a schoolboy,
I 1  was called upon  to  recite a  piece
1 when    the    school    inspectc i     came
around.    The  aldermen  listened   very
attentively   to  what w_  had to say,
an I after every one .if us had spoken
wi   were dismissed, not a single question being asked of ns, and no remark
' telng made at all."
Vi des had pretty
��� Alien of the coun-
< a- his eolleagae. Addressing
ihe mayor, he said: "1 am sure ibai
If you had been present at the meet-
in- we Could havi g I down to business. Ever; oni hem seemed to
b< afraid to do anything without the
.!..,.- eing ��� vm! giving his
consent. We were !I-t3ne_ to very
attentively anil then dismissed."
Mayor Keary, who was in the chair,
i exclaimed bis surprise that the coun-
' cii  had  not taken   any  action  when
! the commissioners called upon them.
' He  explained  his absence   from  the
meeting by saying that he had been
delayed np country by the train being
twelve hours late.   He was sure, how-
t\"i\ that the members of the coun-
i cii had not intended to treat the com-
������ issioners at all disrespectfully, aud
he  hoped that they  would  not take
offence at the manner in which they
had been received.
���it
, Sj,
���___.
_^_
 v. _   _ ;��� __-.     :;.v." THE   DAILY  NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPT. ;
Woman's World
Shoddyism Is a Vice of the Modern Vi oman Wilh Social Aspirations and a Small inci
Minister's Views of It
W. IN. Draper
C. Land
Surveyor
Eli_!_   flioc*..    Nr*  Westminster,   BC
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
"If any one should ask me what is
the crying evil of ti;" day among wo
men of moderate means 1 should say-
it  is shoddyism,"  remarked  the eml-
netil divine. Then, as his hearers looked puzzled, lie wenl mi to explain:
"I don't say shoddyism ii one of
the deadly sins, lun  it  comes prettj
Hose to leading- up to them. It is that
Characteristic which makes a woman
sacrifice everything in outward show.
It���oh, well, the only way of making
you understand properly is to give you
an Instance of the way it works.
"There Is Mrs. B. I mention no
names; therefore ii is no lack of charity
to ili.-euss lhe lady. I am quite aware
of the reason why slip' has joined my
Church, Il is i,ot lu listen to iny ser
'nous;  it   is  Iii extend  her  visiting list.
Among my pnrishoners are some of
the lirst families, and Mrs. It. thinks
Unit through sweet charily or Lenten
services -he may become acquainted.
In iln- meantime she puts on the collection platen great deal more money
ihni -lie can afford iher husband
draws h small Bnlaryl, and -he pinches
and  scrapes in appear in   the latest
style.
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locatoi may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other 1
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister   of   the    Interior   t 1   1 icate
claims ci ntaining iron ..nd mica, a'.- 1
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an ���
area  not- exceeding  101 acres.
The  patent   for  a  mining  location
_________
Notice is hereby  given    that   the
Voters' List for tlie year 1906 has been
completed, and that the same may be   shall provide  for  the  payment of aH
seen at this office for thirty days froni    Royalty of jA per cent, of the sales  j
the date hereof; and any person who ! of t,,e products  of  the  location.
shall  claim to he added  to the said
PI. .CER  MINING-   Manitoba and
(lie   N.  W.  T..  es  epting  the  Yukon
Territory:  Placer  mining claims  gen-
1 eraily are  100  feet  square,  entry  fee
i $s, renewable yearly,     'in the Xorth
- Saskatchewan River claims are either
bir   11-  bench,   the   firmer  being   ioo
feet long and extending between high
and low  water  mark.     The latter includes bar diggings, Imt extends back
t.i  the  bn-e  of  the   hill  or bank,  not
exceeding   iooo   fect.      Where   .-team
power   is   used   claims   200   feet   wide
may bc obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
nnd the N, VV, T..  excepting' the Yukon Territory    A  free miner may ob
Notice   is   hereby  given    tha'  the  tain only two leases of five mil  - each
partnership, heretofore subsisting be-   ���"'   ���'  ll"m of twenty years,  renew
tween us the undersigned, a- loggers    '',!t' in ''"' dis"etton ' ' the Min   ; '
In the Dlstricl  of N'ew   Westminster,    ','.'", Inter,l0r'   .    -        .     , ,     ,
... . .,, I he 1"   si   ��� 11 '��� - c ".'.tie 1 t ) the
under the firm name oi Allen & West,   . .,���.    _   , ,,..... ,,, b ... . .- ,-,, river
has this daj been llssolved bj mu    .:   below any i,m water maT<t and .,-,.
I      V-I'llt.
Voters' List, or any Elector who r-b.ill
desire to have any name erase 1 there-
from, must prefer his or her request
In writing, signed wi:,h his or her
name, an I shall deliver, or cause same
to be delivered, to the City Cleric
within the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Cltj   Clerk's   Office,   City   Hall,  New
Westmln ver. Sept..   1,   1906.
NOTICE.
At Her H
"My wife called iip-iii ber and found
ber living in a while stucco apartment
bouse with a most pretentlops entrance Iron grill work and all thai
sort of thing but her tiny suit of
rooms was all too small to bold her
husband, herself and her child. It
was situated tn the extreme rear, facing on a dingy court, without sunlight
ami   most   stuti'y   and   gloomy.    The
only bedroom of d ul size had been
pressed  into service as a continuation
of the tiny parlor.   A nondescript Im.n
Persons having any claim against
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full particulars
to our .solicitor. ,1. P. Hampton Bole.
Hank of Commerce Building. New
Westminster, B. C.
. Xew Westminster, B. C��� August:
inth,  V.106.
GEO. A, ALLEN,
HENRY WEST.
NOTICE.
Native is hereby given that 30 lays
after date 1 intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works, for
special Licence to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
lands, situated East of the head of
Pitt Lake, N, W. District; Commencing at a stake planted on the Xorth
East corner of the E. O. Patterson
old claim No. 1093, thence Northerly
SO chains, thence West. SO chains,
thence South SO chains, thence E asi
SO chains to point of commencement
Staked  August 13th, 1906.
JAMES   SHARPE.
Xew Westminster, B. C
NOTICE.
A MOST PBETENTIOUS BNTBAKCB.
SGUch heaped high with satin pillows
suggested   an   uncomfortable   hod  by
night.  The rest of the r 1 was filled
with spindle legged gilt furniture, The
whoi. thing had a dim resemblance to
photographs of 'Homes of the Rich' in
the weekly society journal, and doubtless the silly woman who forced herself and her family to live in this
pokj little hole tried her best tO imitate those worth about a hundred
times as much a- -in- was. Everything was for appearance.
" 'I fell like taking ber to the home
of Mrs. de Vere, whoso attention she
has been vainly trying to attract,' my
wife  said   1 1  me   when   she   ret
bome,    '1  think
lo her.'
it   might   lie   a
urn id
ii' ison
Xotice is hereby given that 30 days
j after date I  intend  to make application   to   the   Honorable     the     Chief
Commissioner   of Lands   aud   Works,
I for special license to cut  and carry
i away  timber  from  the  following described lands,  situated  north east of
Pitt lake, New Westminster, District.
1, Commencing at a stake plante 1 on
the Boundary line of Dominion lauds
thence north 100 chains, thence west
60 chains, thence south 100 chains to
said boundary line, theuce east along
said line 60 chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a stake planed
10 chains north of Post Xo. 1, thence
east 120 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 30
chains to line of location No.
thence south 40 chains t 1 point
comtiieucement.
FRASER   RIVER   LUMBER  CO.,
J, R. SHARPE,
Secretary.
Staked September 6th, 1900.
By Way of Contrast.
"Now, there' ��� n wi iiiini wl 0 has nut
11 shoddy streak! A- fur as family
goes, .-in- ,. un ni'i.sto vat among aris
tocrats, bul her income Is small. 1 loes
she live in an i'i". ai.ir apartment with
orange trees al the door and liveried
servants'.' Not 'lie, ;' ir if sh
could afford only us cramped quarter:
for first y��ar and $10 per mile for each
mb equent year. Royalty same as
pi i ter mining
Placer   mining   in   the   Vul. in   Ter-
ritory���Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
claim-   shall  not   ex I   250  feet  in
length, measured on the b.i-e line or
gi ner il directi in of the creek oi
g Ah, the width being from iooo 'o
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legai
posts,   one   at  each   end,  bearing  notice;.     Entry must be obtained within,
ten  days  if the  claim  is  within  ten
miles  of the mining  rec Tier's office.;
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The   person  or  company  staking e ,
.claim   must  hold   a   free   miner's  certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of 1000 feet in j
length, aand if the party consists of I
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-1
put on which no royalty shall bf ;
charged the rest of the party ordin-1
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $io.    Royalty at the rate]
of two and one-half   per cent, on thej
value   of  the  gold   shipped  from  the |
ject to the rights of all persons who j
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except j
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
the  les-ee  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 five  miles i
but where a  person  or company has
olit.iiiietl   more   than   one   lease   one j
dredg? for each fifteen miles or frac-j
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10 j
per aanum  for    each    mile    of river:
leased.     Royalty  at   the   rate  of two!
an 1  a half per cent, collected on  the
output  alter it exceed- Sto.ooo.
Dredging in the  Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be i
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 boun-1
dary to be fixed by its position on thc
ist 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  -ix years
from such date.    Rental $100 per mile j
Yukon   Territory   to   be   paid   to   the
1, j comptroller.
0f No free miner shall receive a grant
.f 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
'.lying fee of $_. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same -.*eek, gulch or river, b;,
giving notice anal 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 linger,
higher and wider than in similar cars
Synopsis of Regulations for  Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory
COAL���Coal  lands  may    be    pur-
did she   chased at $10 per acre for soft coal|on   _ny   other   line.      They   protect
and   $20   for   anthracite.      Not   more  their trains by the Block System.
as Mrs. It., and she thinks too much of    than 320 acres can be acquired by one      The boundaries  of a claim may be
her health and sell respect to live that j individual  or   company.      Royalty   at  defined absolutely by having a survey
way.   On  a quiet side strep.t leading   the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 made  and   publishing   notices   in   the
off from an old fashioned Bquare there   pounds shall be collected on the gross   Yukon   Official  Gazette.
is a brownstoue apartment house without elevator or buttons or electric lighl
Mrs. de Vere occupies the second floor
there, directly over the wide, old time
front entrance, Iier rooms are large
und airy, with lirepluces in which real
fires can be built, and 11 stone balcony,
filled   in   the  springtime   with  bright
output, Petroleum���All' unappropiated   Do-
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen minion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
years and over and joint stock com-j west Territories and within the Yukon
panics holding free miners' certificates' Territory, are open to prospecting for
may obtain entry for a mining loca-1 petroleum, and the minister may re-
t'on. serve  for  an  individual   or company
A free miner s certmcate is granted having machinery on the land to be
for one or more years, not exceeding prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tor
potted plants. Family portraits and a five, upon payment in advance of $7.50 such period a.s he may decide, the
few good paintings ornament the j per annum for an individual, and from length of which shall not exceed three
walls, while spacious armchairs Invite 1 $50 to $100 per ,-1111111111 fur a company, | times the breadth. Should the pros-
her friends to make long calls.   There   according to capital.
is nothing whatever for show; everything bespeaks comfort und refinement
and healthy living.
'It Hikes the Woman who is nut real
A   free   miner,   Having   di
mineral in  place, may  locate
covered
�� claim
151x1x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the
same  with   two  legal   posts,   bearing
ly refined nt heart to ruin her husband location notices, one at each end of $
with cheap laces and showy materials
or stuffy, overl'uniislieil rooms In glided
apart ment hotels, according to the class
to which she bol ings.
"Ves, shoddyism is the greatest sin
of the modern woman with a small Income. Come to my church and hoar
me preach a sermon about It next Sun-
dHv." MAID ROBINSON.
the-line of the lode, or vein
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
.if a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $S.
At least 5>ioo must be expended ou
pector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
ild to the prospector at the rate of
1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, I2,So acres,
will he sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Tn
terior.
Dent. Interior.
Things Happen
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Morning
Daily News
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
10 Cents
Per Week
HINT TO
MERCHANTS
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you.
Mrf. 5EPT. 20, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
List?
il THERE'S NOT! i ING BETTER.
FLOUR
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WES TERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West. Vancouver.
LTD.
BURNABY CORPORATION.
Sale ox Lands by Public Tender.
The Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned properties,     ite tenders fur the purchase of the same.
THE CONDITIONS OF .SALE ARK AS FOLLOWS:
Mi. All tenders to be in writing, and addressed to me at Box 34, New Westminster, uly sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land." They must be mailed in sufficient
timi ��� i reach the post office mentioned on or before 4 o'clock on Friday, the 21st dav of
Sept., L906.
(2). Each tender must be accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
10 a " cent, of the total purchase money. Such deposit will be applied towards the first
payi ��� t of purchase money in the case of accepted tender?, and incases of non-accepted
tei li rs it will be returned.
(3). ln all cases where the total purchase money does nut exceed $50, cash within
15 lays of acceptance of tender, will be required.
4), In eases where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 days,
one-third within 6 months and one-third within l'l months, in each case reckoning from
a a : acceptance uf tender, with interest at the rate ut' 6 per centum per annum, will
be allowed upon the ordinary conditions ul' an Agreement for Sale ; or the whrle amount
aa b ��� paid at once.
(5). Title will not be given until completion of purchase.
('���I. The Council do not bind themselves tu accept the highest or any te
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C.
P. 0. Address   Box 2-1, New Westminster, B. C.   .      Office hours: 9.30 to 2.00.
Description of I.anil.
i'   trict
Block.
Subdivisi
roximate Size.
No. of
Lets
Measurements ,,r
Acreage
(more er less).
Assessed Value
as per Hull of
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1.
i:
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in
2u
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47
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(South)
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29
29
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20
30
uo
53
52
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HI
HI
'.'1
HI
HI
IU
'.'1
111
HI
HI
HI
HI
HI
91
HI
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HI
91
HI
111
HI.
HI
HS
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lull
100
17
1
4
4
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a to 19, &c
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(South)
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7 and g
7 and s
7 and 8
1, 2 (Central
It ami 4
11 ami 1
3 and  I
ll
11, 15
HI
16
16
17, LS
20 to 24
25
26
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43
no
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1
98 to 113
10
194
1
320 to 224
15
10
1
1   to   11
14
1  to IS
IS
1  to IS
18
1   to   is
IS
1   to   IS
18
1  to  M
14
4  to 7
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7
1 to S
S
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8
17
1
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1
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4, 5, 6
3
7 to 10
1
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1. 2, 3
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1
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1.95 aeres
O'dt x 154 ft each
60ft x 154 It each
60ft x lal ft each
Cl x 132ft
60 x 154 ft ea-oh
���;j x 140ft each
62 x 140ft
lis x 14<>ft
02 x I4uft each
\'i  x 122ft  each
OU  x 145ft
Oi; x li:: ft each
00 x 112ft
66 x  112ft each
2 acres .
70   x   132ft
iii'. x 132ft each
66  X   122ft  each
00 x 132ft each
00 x 132ft each
66 x 13211 each
60 x 12,2ft each
66 x ltAft e.n b
i.i; x  105ft each
66 x 105ft each
66 x H'si...ft each
66 x liis'.ft each
S\i.i   x  155it
:,ii,   x   155ft  each
ill', x  IDS1.ft  each
00 x His'-ft each
66 x 108Hft each
'.in x 20-1 ft
90 x 204ft e.ich
102 x ISOft each
102 x 180ft each
2 acres
53V_ x 121 ft each
49 x 105ft
49 x 165ft each
58 x   165ft   each
2 acres
58   x   165ft   each
58  x   105ft   each
58  x   105ft   each
2 acres
5 acres
58 x 165ft  each
68  x  105ft  each
5 acres.
91.100 of acre
1 acre
:u acres
l'5.71 acres
$05
20
30
20
4(1
40
7-i I
in  1
2u
2u
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2U
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20
20
20
20
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20
20
20
50
50
20
20
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40
per acre
jier lot
jier lot
jier lot
jier lot
jier lot
jier lot
jier lot
per lot
jier lot
per lot
jier lot
jier lot
per lot
per lot
er acre
.er lot
per lot
per lot
Iier lot
jier lot
jier lot
j>er lot
per let
jier lot
; ri   a !
per lot
l>er lot
per lot
per lot
per lot
jier lot
per lot
per lot
per lot
per lot
per lot
per acre
per lot
per lot
per lot
per lot
jier acre
jier lot
per lot
Iier lot
per acre
per acre
per lot
per lot
per acre
per acre
per acre
per acre
per acre
$7u per acre
30 per lot
30 per let
30 per lot
35 per lot
35 jier lot
35 per lot
40  per lot
40 per lot
50 i>er lot
50 jier lot
35 per lot
25 per lot
35 per lot
25 per lot
75 per acre
45 jier lot
25 per lot
20 jier lot
20 per lot
20 jier lot
20 per lot
20 pei lot
20 per Jot
26 per lot
25 per lot
20 per lot
20 per lot
25 per lot
25 jier lot
20 jier lot
20 per lot
20  per lot
25 per lot    i
25 per lot
25 per lot    'i
25 per lot
70 per acre   .
20 per lot
20  per lot
20 per lot
20 per lot
50 per acre
20 per lot
20 per lot
20 per lot
50 per acre
50 per acre
20 per lot
20 per lot
SO per ture
so per acre
S_ per acre
22 per acre
50 per acre
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'he location of the properties may
be seen on the maps either at the Municipal
1!;t" or at'the residence of "the Reeve and Councillors.
Tender  for a   License to  Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lahds   in   the   Province of  British Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to the
Timber and Mines Branch, Department of the Interioi, and marked .'n
the envelope. "Tenders for Timber
Berth No. 496," will be receive I at
this Department until noon on Wedni - lay, the 10th day of October, 1906,
for a license to cut timber o. rjerth
No. 196, comprising Le?_l Sub-dlvis-
ion 9 of Section 17 an! Legal Subdivision 12 of Section IS iu Township
40, east of the Coast Meridian, containing an area of 80 acres more or
less.
A survey of this herb, must be
made within one year *r >���:: the date
it is granted.
The regulations under v hi 'b a
license will be issued, also jirinted
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at tbe
.office of the Crown Timber Agent at
.New   Westminster,  B.   C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
tin'.-; In favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pr.y for a license.
N'o '(Tiller by telegraph will be en-
������ rtained.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
iDepartment of the Interior,
Ottawa, August 25th, 1906.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
Tai.e notice that application has
been made to register E. M. Carncross
a.s the owner in Fee Simple, tinder a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation of
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Churcbland bearing date tie 9th
day of June, A. D., 1906, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract.
of land and premises situate, lying
uud being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots 6, 7, 8, 9, 17
and IS Block 25, Lots 15, 16, 17, 18,
19 Block 40 being parts of South West
quarter of Section 0, Township 7, also
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Block 40 being parts
i of South West quarter Section 6,
Township 7, New Westminster District.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of tie tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of t.bi_
notice, and in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens being filed
within such period, or in default of
redemption before registration, l
i shall register E. M. Carncross, as
owner thereof in tee. I direct that
the publication of this notice for one
montb in a dally newspaper published
In New Westminster will bc good
and sufficient service hereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 24th day of August
A   D.. 1-00.
C   S   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To H. VUandre, Daniel J. Munn,
George P. Biateen and William Tbiba-
deau.
All persons served with this notice, and those cla.niing through or
under them, and all persons claiming
any interest In the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
' all persons claiming any interest In
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
SURVEYORS STRIKE
A LAND OF PROMISE
Member   of   Grand Trunk  Pacific   Party Arrives In City
and Tells of Terriority the Resources of Which
Are Causir.g Excitement.
David li' ane an ived in the city
yester la;. . u ;i visit to his brother,
Provincial Constable Deane. .Mr.
Deane has been almost out of civilization since April last with a Grand
Trunk survej party operating in the
Barkerville district, under ila- super-
visi 'ti of Engineer Crichli w, The
party embraced during the summer
months aboul 25 men with. 20 hi rses.
Th" country through which they were
travelling was nearly all heavily timbered, and they had to force thi i:
11 iiii through it by means of their
Part of the time they were at
the head waters of Father Fit
where it springs as a small stream
fn tn v. pass fed by two little lakes.
Hunter's  Paradise.
The country is a hunter's paradise,
and there are a considerable number
o'' white an.l Indian trappers located
in the district who spend all their
time in pursuit of game. Bears, moose,
elk, cariboo, lynx. __int an.l other
fur-bearing animals are plentiful, and
not so scared of the presence of human beings ns they ought to be for
their safety. Lust -far at Fort St.
George, near where the party was
���ncamjied for a portion of the time,
over $11,000 worth of pelts were handled.
Locate Five New Passes.
While near Kenton the snow wus
deep and had to be waded through
by the surveyors. The party was ten
days' journey beyond Fort St. George
���'nd located five new passes, all of
which are possible, and some of which
have never before been explored by
white men.
ln the Quesnel! district some rich
mining claims have been recently
staked, and Ashcroft is full of miners
tnul supplies awaiting a chance to get
Into the interior. Teams anil suj*
plies are going in as fast as they can
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers In the
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J.   SROTT,  B..A.,  Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN. B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM. Sec
Westminster Iron Works
1 GENERAL MACHINE ANU li.NGI.NE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, l_KlLWj_i and
STRV'CTURAL  IRON     WORK.
I
Ornamental   Iron    Won,-,   including
I Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
.Red.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STK1__.T.
N'ew Westminster. r. u. 47 4
'. rushed out. A man named A. G.
Hamilton has staked out a townsite
near Fort St. George, and has established a general st. .-e at Giscome,
where he handles a full line of miners' and trappers' supplies.
High Cost of Living.
Prices are somewhat fierce up there
and it is no place for a poor r\ian to
go at present. During the past suin-
ii"'i Mr. Deane saw flour sold at. $s a
:-,ick and tobacco at $2 a plug. Oats
are Sc a poun 1 an 1 hay $70 a ton.
During the past season a bunch of
70 Hindoos were sent to work in the
Guggenheimer mines, which are managed by J. B. Hobson, anil all jumped
their jobs a few weeks ago because
it was getting too cold for their thin
eastern  blood.
The past summer has been very hot.
in spite of the high altitude at which
the party was working, and the thunderstorms which they encountered
were hair raisers.
Rushing  Survey Work.
A number of G.T.P. survey parti '
are pushing along the work of re I
seeking, and are scattered from 1 .!-
monton to the coast. Coleman's pat y
is operating in the Xechaco distri. .
Orde and his staff tire pushin
through in the vicinity of Pine pass.
Sprague is ojierating in the country
west of Barkerville. Rollston. who is
a cousin of Chief Constable Spain, is
busy in the Smoky river country.
Winter  on   Big Salmon.
The party with which Mr. Dfinc
has been travelling is preparing 'a
winter on the banks of the Big Salmon river. Mr. Deane did not fancy
the idea of staying up there in the
cold all winter without being properly
prepared for itfi and will spenl the
winter with his family in Victoria and
return to the scene of action in the
spring.
It took him six weeks of steady
travel to once more reach the coast.
For 70 miles he travelled along the
Big Salmon river by raft, and along
the Quesnel] and Lode creek he trav-
elled by steamer and canoe, shooting
the rapids without mishap. The rest
o'' the distance to Ashcroft was cov-
ere l bj te rv and on foot.
Arch Decorations.
Imitation salmon, cunningly entangled in Ashing ne;.-. will be one of
the chief devices Ilkat in the decoration of the arch thai is being erected
at the foot of Eighth street in honor
of the coming visMt of liis excellency
the govoriior-gener.il. The Salmon are
being cut out of tin at W. E. Van-
stone's workshop, and will be life-
size. The arch will he decorated with
evergreens, logs, fl���gs, bunting and
electric lights. Whether the British
Columbia Electric Railway Co. will
furnish the lights free or otherwise
lias not yet been announced.
More   Railway  Building.
Ottawa,   Sept.   19.���The  transeonti-
i nental railway commission will call
for lenders soon foi  ,ue construction
| of 200 miles of the line nonh of Lake
Abltlbl. lt is the intention to extend the Ontario & Teniiskamlng road
i to the lake, and material can be con-
| veyed over this line for the construction of the transcontinental road.
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hi ��v. mmmmHm\m
IBH rr
register:   reg:ste~:
Thi   ��� Ime Is r inning  out    Mon'.a
nexl   i- tii"  last da;      I    yo      i ami
Is no' ev ���  e A- ���     ien,      11 I ise
vi te.   See to i; al once,   It ��� not
your ch ince I    help the ;ood wo '   ol
putting  the  presenl    : v  . Incial   - >���-
ernmenl  out, and   giving  '''is  "glorious    ro\ Ince" an oppoi   mil      i shov
what   i!   can  do un ler  de tent     I
ist rti tion.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published  by The Dailv News Pub- Clean,  dry crystals - that  are
fsbing   Company,   Limited,   at   their absolutely pure-thai will not cake
ifflce    corner   of   Sixth   and   Front ,      .   ,��,,,_,~���^,-. Z.
streets, New Westminster, B. C. ~,hat is WINDSOR TABLE
 SALT.    The best for table use.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   E.-cwn R.  J.   Burde   __���^______	
ADVERTISING  RATES. ^f*'   3a"'     TL"   ''''"   "   '��nS   '"'   the
ai. dent   rai e   are   c large I   with   nn-
transient   display   advertising,   10 lawfully   assaulting one Christian Anemia per line (nonpariel) 12 lines to tol      wi,,. , t           d    grievous
the   inch.       Five   cents   per   line   foi ..
subsequent insertions. ilv harm. "" Sept. 1,. a- Dease island.
Readin? notices, hold face type. 20 I ^e scrappers are fishermen, and will
p-imts jier line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 a, pear before Capt. Pittendrigh, S.M.,
cents per line. mi Saturday,  where  thej   will in  all
."���An   lime   contracts,   special   posi- probability   lie  called   upon to   make
tions, apjdy to advertising manager. atonement  for theii- sins.
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or  0	
pteaths. 50c.    Wants, for sales, lost Ol
found, rooms to lei, etc.. one cent per Hodder Knows  New.
word.      No advertisement takeu  for .1   I.  Hodder was summon* 1 it. the
ie��j than 25 cents. police court  yesterdaj   morning  ov.  a
���.������.���.~���-.-.-,-���.���~~.-.~-~--.~-~-~ charge of depositing fish offal in the
TELEPHONES. river.    Mr. Hodder explained that  he
�����  bad only been in the flsh drying bust-
Business office     " .
ness a few days, and was Ignorant of
Editorial  office     17 the regulations governing the disposal
Manager's  residence    277  0r ,,ffal.  but  since  'he  summons  had
���-������    been   Issue I  l.e   haa   uv. ie  arrange-
,.---.;��� ments   to   dispose   of    tiie   refuse    in
' '��� ;SV -A I future.     After   hearing   the   explana-
���-������  tlon, the magistrate in. osed
THURSDAY.  SEPT. 20.  19C6. *���"' and  costs'     l''1'"''"   ''" ,;'     -  heal   '
Inspector, was  'lu- prosecutor ii   lhe
case,   while   hodder   was       iresi ited
STREET   RIGHT   OF  WAY. oy  \v.   Myers Gray.
Tb.- other daj a man was charged,  0	
before Judge Choquet, of Montreal,
wiih manslaughter because, when
driving an autom ibile, la- had kllle 1
a iiiini who was walking across the
street. The judge said thai th-.- law ���
gave the rlghl of way to the man on
foui. That, we have alwaj.- un ler
stood, is the Brltls i law. and it is
weil thut it should lie recognized an I
enforced.      Comment.iig   oU   lhe    case,
the Globe says:
"A.s it is extremely difficult to es-
tlmate correctly the velocity of a vehicle in rapid motlop, tlie question
of spei I is of less Importance than
the principle of law laid down by
Judge Choquet, thai the pedestrian
has thi' right of w_y and thai it i-
i hi' driver's lookout noi to injure him.
If this dictum is sound it would lie
belter for the public to have no limit
put on speed ami to have the driver
held responsible for co ..i.'y.t.-nces unless tho victim has -een culpablj
negligent. This would throw tiie burden of proof in evi ry Instance mi tl ���
driver of the vehicle which inflicted
the injury; li is perfectly reasonable
Ihai it should lie so. Pedestrians
must use the streets, an.l it is grosslj
unfair that bicyclist-, chauffeurs and
drivers should have tiie right to dash
recklessly about a' a speed which
makes it quite Impracticable to c in
trol their vehicles, The streets .ive
Imarily   for   peopl.   who  wall-.,   not
oeople who ride or drive''
lv wmo parts of British Colun ' :
lint is made about the automo-
; ".-      a menace t i the safety of tho
pu lie   It is only 'lie other day, one
v. that  tii" auto cease I  I i  be
osity  in the sl reel - of  British
tubia towns, and it  wollld be well
lave   the   law   i'.early   tinders;  od
... ihe outset, before Hie danger from
ihe use of the machine grows to ihe
extent it has attained in other places.
��� o���-���-
The   Belllngham   Herald   is  in   re-
cel'pl nf a pamphli I fi a I ie goA ernmenl print shop telling all aboul simplify i  spelling.    Tiv-   pi    Ic   ; rinter
explains   that,  of   : e   thn e 1. indn I
words   rei on  ,   nded    for   imme Ila
adoption, '.in- hundre I an I  Rftj tht ���
are al : .-.- tenl In pn  -   red use In the
governmenl   i rlntlng  offii e  an 1   ihat
forty-nine others, while noi  preferre I
bj   Webster, a ��� |   whene\   .���
author so requests.   Tiv.- leaves oi .
ninety eighl chan i     I ma le   Ti ������
president's  rec win . the Her
ald thinks, is. therefore, n il so m ��� I
.runs as it flrsi ap leare I
 ,���-o	
There is   some  anxlei     manifest! '���
by   C      ervath .    rs   to   "i,   .
Mi'. Bor Ion's marllIme i mr  in I ma  e
i' a|   ���, r thi    his visil lo the coun i
down by  tbe Atlantic  wi -   .  big
cess      From    Information    receh   I,
however,  we  are Inclined  I > believe
ihni ii was a verj  cold frost.   Assist
ant  speakers failed  to keep app ilnt-
ments,  dates   were   cancelled- there
were ui! the sympl ims and signs of
a fizzle.
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPT.
1906.
LANDS ON SAND BAR
Has Difficulty   Navigating  the  Waterway  from   Port  Essington
to   Hazelton.
Li . water on the Skei na river left
the steamer Pheasani stranded on a
-a v i bar la.-: week al a point nol far
1 p'iow Kltsalas canyon. News to this
effect was brough from Fort Easing-
t in bj passengers arriving on the
steamer Princess Beatrice, Captain
Hughes, which reached  Vancouver at
9.30   o'clock   yesterday   morning   from
the north.
When the Pheasani lefl Porl Essington for Hazelton the water in the
river was very low, but it was thought
ih;r s'.ie could get upstream withoul
being stalled, However, not far below the canvon she struck, and it was
only after four days' hard work thai
she wis floated again. She proceeded
on her trip
DELTA |
AGRICULTUHAL SOCIETY
PROVINCIA
EXHIBITIO
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
1-th Annual Exhibition will be held at
Show Grounds, LADNER,
Friday & Saturday, Sept. 21-22,'06
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster at 11 a.m. Saturday, 22ml,
ret  i ning at 6:00 p. m.
A. DcR. Taylor.
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER,
HIS   THREAT.
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
,��l-.-'SK_r___...-_-.."-. v___. :_'.5x___x___!___
d9
Enlarged Grounds, New, Handsome and Spacious
Buildings.
Championship Events in Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Scottish
Sports, Baseball and Military Exercises.
me: Bhan fdiow you to the ends of the Mrth.��    Indian Sports,     Canoe Races,    Lacrosse,    Tug of V\ ar.
CA���yg:   "Goodness, arc you a book agent or an insurance man?"
W    R.  Gilley. 'I'tion* l-d-:
J.  R.  Glley,  'Hhcie   1-41     I
GILLEY BROS.
Uaaiera
Rancher's Wife  Lsst.
Knderhy, H.C., Sept. IH. ���Mrs Dale;.,
the wife of a rancher at Mara, disappeared  (in the  nlghl  Of Sent.   la.    She
was traced to Slcamous, and it is not
kn.own whether she wenl east or west
from the .station. A family of children is left. She had threatened to
leave se've-ral times, and suffered trom
strange nervous spells occasionally.
It is probahle thai her mind is un-
h'ngedj. At the time of her disap-
i"-irance the woman ha I a large sum
of money with her.
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents il. t'. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl Oo.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-B
Greeks   A.snult  Greek.
Two  Greeks,  C instantlne  Nich il is
an_  Stilera Kanatoas, were  broughl
ir  to the city yesterday  by the  pro-
vin Ai police and lodged  In the pro-
PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Mayoi' Keary
Aid. Jardine
Aid. Adams
Aid. Davies
Aid. Henley
Aid. Howay
Aid. Shiles
Aid. Garrett,
T. J. Trapp
G. D. Erymer
L. A. Lewis
C. A. Welsh
W. R. Gilley
J. B. Kennedy, M. P.
EXECUTIVE:
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Judge Mole
J. I). Taylor
D. S. Curtis
J no. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexander Adams
.1. H. Vidal
ll..!. Rickman
W. E. Vanstone
J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jardine
I). R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A.I7. B. Macgowan, VI
A. C. Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
T. J. TRAPP,
President
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C. THURSDAY.  SEPT. 23, 1906.
THE DAILV   INCWS
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Local News Briefly K?W
Lace Curtains
The Kind That Look Well, Wash Well and Wear Wei!
.
wn ere   s ne
'   ���     a
e   past,   a
. ...  for launching.
will   soon   be
Oysters. E t -''-. n and 0      i   ia, sei .-
i-1 ln an)    I  :-- al Kenn; ' - restauranl,
Two ������        :.-     ���   in
ch li v, p a   this morning's  police couri   and   will
: ; .' ft, where he  will  be  dealt   with  1 dice  magis-
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish ts wnat x.akes furniture values. Our endeavor
is to give these two ci_v!iriefi in every article bought ani sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Is
a leader and is a winner; roomy an.l comfortable; and those fancy
Chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
0f xje best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.CO each up.
LflCt"
CURtams
f<.
Vow,  If
he . I new
nol   aci   i      iln     ������    evi
......
.:    ..i'S'     ll .'.-..
v i nee I -���..
eati
night und
.
1he i .Hi
ind spai   _ .   in, new an J ���    ���
Vou'll     in       .t   ��� f thi
ise I  real ze   what grea    . they are a. soon
et eyes on thi Vou can i I  era   out,  and   it
n't wani      ��� oi   ���     paj n    we'll hold then
iu   n '     ��� i use the i
We   have   N      nghan     S .���. tain ice   nei
an I applique I good     In all thi .-.--.
Nottlngha ,   f,ace   Curtaim     -      bl e, th i    I
in hes wide   neai  Bora    leaigi
75c pair
tains   In  .-. t hree ; ards ami  il
i'i Inche
$1.25 and $1.00 pair
NotiIngh i a   l.i.i-  Curtains    v
IS tn 50 Inche
in I
Nottingham   l,aca  Curtail
.   I    long, In various w Idths    S in e   ���
.:, i  tnree an ;   i
,- attract   e   i-   igns at
$2.00 and $1.50 pair
\  :'.--.���. a.,-   ���      '     Uq Swiss  Ne   Cm   ��� .. ���      t      me
of each        I, at a io it on of!     $5.5 i I     5!A0 and $4.50
$   e) pair
Besides the numerous
beautiful lines of Laee
Curtains we have Curtain goods by the yard
���in all widths���Muslins, Screens, Nets, Bur-
��� u se Muslin, Ruffled
Net, Tasselled Madras,
and the many other
; ���.. itiful wi idi w han :-
ings, at all prices���
121-2c, 15f, 2k, 25c,
35c, 45c and 60c Yard.
T.H
-. islne        ���       ���   re-   trate.    The  pail   are F.  Dickson and
ho      in a few   i^: -' time.        Bi n  Robei I -
It.    E.    Kitson,    of    Ladner,   was      Tie   Fraser   Lumber  Co.'s   shingle |  {
i  the  clt     yesterda;   and   :v,v   is  once   more    in   full   running
n to the It".       oiumbian  bospl- ( order.    The  drj   kiln, which  was  re-
tal, where _e will be ;-eater] v..   up.   cently destroyed bj  Bre, lias been re-
pendlci _ ..-     '��������� I erected on a sllghtlj largei   scale than
,   ,                                ' the old one.
A   well   .���������...-.   meeting   of 	
i ������ iltal      ,: i  was hei I    e tei ' iy af-
ternoo i in     e cii    hall.   A consi ler- _.
, Choosing tha Right
;' ''" ;,:-''   '���     f routine bus ne is   was       /,,      ,. . ���        .      ,.,.,   _
(""' evening v   a little Howard's
mother was suffering with rheuma-
C    m     ���...- .-  ��� .-.  tismshe said to him:
Creame        . Ladner       Jw.Wprrl, dear, run upstairs in a
���!     i    .- ��� nd will   !llin'-v il!l '  '^������'   '���'���' '''' ''-" slipper
ran em nl    I king    I    '  :   'ier ' ���'"��� foot"
I he 003 ran upsl lirs qui :kl . bill
did not    ime down for many min-
-'.    ttti'--.
Al last he called ovi r the stairs:
LEE'S FUivzNITURE EMPORIUM j
Duponl Block.
Telephone 73.
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lefl on  1
1 S...... .\ he -   I ���
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Rive    L       -.   Co.
"Moth tr,   whii ii   slipper  do  you
'i m    11,   A"-   want':"
'���������- -���- "1 he   rig] -   - ���. ���    Howard,     .. !
bi   _��� it i.t om --."
'���   ��� re  ���..-   .. il   - wait, and I . _
tl - littli  Cellov called:
���     ai '       "M ither, which way are you skirl p   '    Pitt   tiirr?"
itching i ���	
An Interesting Experiment.
'i ake an ordinary glass 611i d with
water and put in as much soda a.s
rhe T ' ' -���   in   the water will ta.e up.   Tie .mc-ml
thIneen        ' ilea  hay froi    E.    ,,,- . gtring ,., ;| commori bean and
Davies' 0|  Ladner'    ::: ������' ' ;ons ��-   the other end to a wire which is laid
ijaled straw from the Delta       i   mar-   ncross  t]1(1   top  ,l{  the  ^.lr._  thug
ket. which will be re   .       I   n     ard submerging  the  bean.     In  a   very
' ���" -'"'���'    'at ' > Vicl . few minutes thc beun will begin to
M.......    .-.���.-,..,   ...   -���              , be cover-Sri with little spines, and in
B   i i      s. a      - lied         trdav'for a short. time it will resemble a tiny
,    ,  lncl  ,        .,.../ ,            .;��� porcupine     lh-' reason of this is
........                oBur- ily explained.    Hae beanlis quite
,     , ,       .... . . ,   porous and soakt up a good di'til of
tiaiiv  lake,    lhe water will    e used ,   , ,,        ,   '      h        ,     ,,
.    ,      , water, Imt the sola i annot enter tho
for   domestic    and   agricultural   pur-   . ,   . ,      .     ,,,
bean and therefore attaches itself to
os   - .l-i
the outside.
The . Itizens' celebt ation ���   i  mil tee
will meet it. the board of trade rooms       ���    A Sta,ue af Washington.
his evening a    -   .'clock     \  Avar-       ^ ��"   womdn I  expecl   to   hnd  a
,.,       . ..     m.   statue of  Washington  in Caracas,
tee is 1        I for, as tl     *ork of   the ,chlAf .?<* ��   Venezuela, would
:. ,  , ne)  _  .... .,,, :,       ,..,.   l3   you?  Well, one is there m a parkas far as possi ie.     tblg.b*?M0 ^,,;e.->f <'"ir ,-':>r-"
Washington. Near it ia one ot Si-
The ' eig er Lapwing came into mon Bolivar, the hero of the .South
porl j sterday from Van ��� ivitb Americans. He ���was thiir Washing-
six tons of pig in n aboard ! .r the ion and organized the movement
Xelson foundry, and ml forty which resulted in lhe independence
acid carboys froi Bruns- of Venezuela, Colombia and Peru
ivi.-i ,;.. terra Nova canneries vv and was founder of Bolivia,
reshipmenl   to  the v. va- ;  c-emica! '        ~"
Hidden  Flowers,
ivorks. ,    T  i
1. I  nope never   again to see as
Pal Reardon, the Irishman wtio was   terrible a sight.
,A     A~'   - -A '.-     ,'���'      -."'.',    I   irrested   m Tuesdaj  evening  for be-       2. Come,   put    that    bric-a-brac,
.^A'i, '   "!  I   hi?  drunk   and   Incapable,   wa    fined   love, right back on the table.
it       ��� .���it'^'5?-'V-?\-<    ^' "'A  :-l  I   '--"',|  :inl  r0?,a  ::1   "���'''' '" :   '  '   :;"'       :)' ,''1"'c a* l,ll> Pan3' TeH��w u''-'i
'-. ffi-tyM  ' 'E"*'���'",    ������ '    II   >��� --t.-ivlay    morning.      Pal mlsed   cream.
Effisl.''���''��� ' ".'   ''    ������ %   ���   i   II  '-' ,; I be a lesson to him for       1.  He must he a great hero.   See
"'     "' the  future, and he declared  tTtat the   the medals on his coat.
colls of the lockup would know  him       Answers,���1. aster; 2, clover; 3,
pansy;   I. rose.    One in each line.
Try to find them.
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a go t.i selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh..
Adams &  Deans
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
9
267 Columbia St., New Westminster,
v    more,
The death of Richard S , a rati, .. i, the .- ovln ii il a y] the
last   two  ; ears,    occurre.    . ������'��� A-'.-
. irnlng, the cause of . 'ai i i -
������iM'ii as v ineral i il 111 ��� The in e ���
:, .vit will take place this afterr on,
',',. i Pale having charge o ' ie
I :: ..- ,: igements,    The  de ��� ase i
, a ��� v.]   r, ; ears of age.
'  th irs   &   Kim - ill   will
la un :. th vv new tc ����� I cat, I ie  L iu-
. . --.   (o-day.    Yestei laj   the   builde 's
v.. re  bus;   cradling  the  shaft   ap  in
i linens   E iv   Its  sli ;,���   I iwar Is   the
i-;-;. ser.    i. Iii     onci   in the wate   th
:   pt     be    tak in   up   to    il dyea -
Good   M_nner��
REQ'D
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
f:WX' $
Lw^"'   '    6v��W
r\ V' -
i_s_e__a
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READY
roR mt
OPENING
FNE STOCK OF NEW
SCHOOL
BOOKS
Lei doga .1 -'a.-i-.t tu growl and fight
A 1��. nit ;i drlld old bone,
But you and I wlll be polite,
E'en though we bath get none.
The  Long;-.'.   Days.
The longesl  day of the year at
nt Londc
-,\ ii.nv   -,.. I er ���  the  rn ichlnery   will I
Introduced li is expected tho the New York is 15 Hours; at London,
craft will be ... readiness ��r active 18%; a* Hamburg, 17; ut Stockholm, 18V.; al St- Petersburg, 19;
at Tunica, Finland, '-^'; at Spitzber-
lohn Bell and Frederick G ovi -. of gen. "i�� months.
Xew Westminster, and N'orman and
:;   It. Harris, of Sumas, returned yes   ������ ���
I   ser
vice ln the course of a few weeks
terday   from    the    nelgb orhood   of   poun^���Key i,> Sargenl lock No.
M it   Baker,  where  they   have been       743,    Apply Daily  Now.;.
ingago I  during  the summer  montl
THE RIGHT  KIND OF SCRIBBLERS,    j   |U defining the international boundary
EXERCISE HOOKS,  PADS, PENCILS,
RUBBERS,  ETC.
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STATIONER-      NEWS DL\L[RS
Un,    The first Call   ,. snow occurred   FOR RENT-Large, well lighted room,
i.u Mounl  BaUer last week, and work      *-n-*��'p   ^  'in   "m"e     A��Ply   t0
had to be abandoned.   The party es-      (-,"s   i:- Major.
peel   to return  to  Mount  Baker nest ���	
ting Wanted���Experienced    nurse   for   3
children. Apply Box 192, Revelstoke, B. C.
A fall iine of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Mens   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
PHILLIPS
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s=ss1' ::::::"i,"::E ' ulahtic steamships
,     . ij     The hull  of  ii.-  new   governmenl   OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC. RY.
Wo have not only the largest ;���; 8nag ,,���.��� whloh la oelng lmill ta the =finest and fastest=
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also have the
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Q the caulkers are now busy plugging H"p7���r{ eotuess of Ireland}    TON!
;���; up and tarring the cracks in the deck,
>t<   cannot be beaten.
W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, Ihe Jeweler, Columbia St.
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:J cock, This veBael will be one of the
largest constructed in this district for
Leave Quebec Oct. 5 aiU Oct. 19.
Passengers booked to and tro at lowest rate.   For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R. AGENT.
FOR   SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
Advertise   in   The   News
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, SEPT. 2_
19C
$150
Gold
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INTEST!
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���AH holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Reichenbach  Co.,   Ltd.
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
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  IS.10  daily.
C, P. P.. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle. 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,  17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15.   10.30,  19.10,   20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. tn.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.n.
Lv. N. \V. 4.35 | n .: ;..". Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V.,  W.  &   Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. va. acd 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:4o p. m.; ar. N. w.
S:45 p in. tind ii p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, i
and i> a. ni., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP  RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S n.m
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 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, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
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, lilalne,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 n.m. 3.30 p.ru
Van. & Cent. Park...10.30 n.m. 2 p.m
Victoria 1(1.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m
Ea.st Burnaby  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston. etc.... 1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 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 & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route betweep all
points east, west and south to Rossland. Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. FL
& N. Co. j
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  iJiily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brit'-h  Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
landings   between   New   Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at  2  p. in.,  2nd
and   10th  of  each   month,   calling   at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coi la
on second  trip. Time on arrival  and
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver   departure  are  approximate.
Sept. 10th. For   reservations   and   information
Princess    Mav    leaves    Vancouver   call or address
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change witnout    notice..
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dicing cars and through tourist
and , first-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at  7:25.
Imperial  Limited, leaves at 17:20.
Vancouver, Sept 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Sept. 23rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct. 4th.
Prince.-s May leaves Vancouver,
Oct  12th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Lea\es  Vancouver daily at  1  p. ru.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROUP.
General Suner.ntendent, Victoria.
YV. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
1901.
Leave
Dav Train
Arrive
Q.._o a.m.
...  Spokane
....MS p.m.
12.2S P-m.
.... Rowland
... .410 p.m.
9.4c a m.
.... Nelson  ..
... 6.43 p.m.
II. A. JA
CKSON.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOL' OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN    ���
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
10 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair curs (seats free),
modern day conches and buffet, li-
brarv and  smoking cars.
Tor  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Synopsis   or   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with-
, in the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
Leaves Vancouver dally except Sat-j the  extent  of  one-quarter  Bection   of
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
LU. GOTJLET.
C. P. R. Agei.t,
New Westminster |
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General   Passenger   Ajent.
Vancouver.
j Northern Pacific:
1G0 acres, more or less.
Entry must  be  made personally at
! the local land office for the district in
i which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At  least  six   months'  residence
urday and  Sunday at 1:30  p. ru. Saturday  at  2:30  p.  111.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11  p. m. on  1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, an.l 20, for Quatsino and | up0n  and  cultivation  of the "land in
! way   points.  Leaves Victoria  on   20th j each year for three years.
;of each month for Cape Scott and way:     (2)  If the father (or mother, if the
J points including Quatsino. father is deceased) of the homesteader
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.      �����Wei  upon  a  farm   in  the  vicinity!
e,. _        . of  the  land  entered  for  the  require-
Steamer Transfer . .. , '��� r   ,
: ments as to residence may be satisfied
Leaves  New  Westminster  on  Mon j by such person residing with the fa-
day,  Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursday   ther or mother.
i.nil Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday; (3) If the settler has his permanent
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon- residence upon farming land owned
day at ii a. m. by ^im 'n t'le vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at I the'saTd land
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv I NKW ||    Dailv
Leave WESTMINSTER) Arrive
SiA'iiiun Hi,iine, Belling- ST00 pm
.:35pm ham      Burling-|9:55pm
Iton.   Mt.   Ver-I
'non,     Everetl
Seattle        and'
Portland.
_:3_ pm Spokane.       St. 3:00 pm   |
Paul    and    all.
points  Last.
8.20 am|Anacortes,        13:00 pm
Wooiley,    and
Rockport
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:KR
66 pm
New    Wei
19:20 am
|4:3- pm
minster for
Ar. Guichon
Wednesday,
t~���
a. m.;  Friday at ti a. m. additional
trip  Saturday 6 p. m,
UPPER FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   Westminster,   8   a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
'Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the 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
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at ��� fcr.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on thc Famous
"NORTH (OAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-,
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, li. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. \. G.     A
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and!
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information  apply to
J.  H.  ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager.
Vancouver.  B.  C,
from Guichon, {
Guichon 3:50 p. u.
ti p. 111., Monday,
Friday.
8:4o a. tu   ar
*j: 30 a. in. I.v. for Vancouver,
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane. St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, Bt,
Louis ami all points East.
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank <if Commerce Building.
New  Westminster, 11.  C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all thc principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK arm
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
Assistant Gen'1 Passonger ami Ticket
Agent, l:_5 Adams St., Chicago, IB. 'Of
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KING  SOLOVON  LODGE.  >"0. 17,  A
F   .v   A.   M ���Reg liai       eamunl
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ROYAL CITY PPECEPTORY. No.-��i9
R. B. K. of 1 . m- its sei on I '' ���
'   irth  Friday of each  month   at  8
p.   ttv.   In   Or inge   v 	
Royal avenue an I J   ��� .  ��� ��� ��� ������������     S i
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LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
-��� Meets  in  Orange  hall  fl.'st   ,n i
tti,'-.i Friday ia ���> ich montb al 8 ;
ra.    Visiting brethren are coi dl ���
Invited  to attend,    E.  K. Matthias
W. M.: J. Humphries, Rev.-Sec.
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I. O. O.  P.���AMITY  LODGE.  No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
���   '"iii in Oddfellows' h ill, Colum
hla  street, everj   Mon I ij   evi
���   I'clock.   VI     v.: bret hi en i oi
dialli   Invited to     i en i.   S   1. Maj.
N. i; .    W. C. Co a. '!a.   Sei
A. 0. U. W.���FRASEP. LOCGE No. 1
- Meetings the Brsl and third Tues
day In em h n i nth. Visiting
brethren cordlall ��� li ��������� ed to al <end.
Lodge room. A. 0. U. W, hall, Odd
fellows' bloi A ' ...:' -vi street, C.
S. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Rose De \ ��� meet i Second and
Fourth Wedn isd iv of each month,
ln K. of P. Hall, Columbia Sl . at
S p. in., Whit,- Rose De ;ree, Fourth
Wednesdaj In e n h month, same
time and plai ��� V ting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stinch
comb-, Pres., II   Disney, Sei rei
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Genera] banking  lusiness transac
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Royal Bank of Canada store
C.ipital  $3,000,000.     Reserve $3,4J7,1G_
Brani hes an I i orrespondents In a
Gi in' il   av Ine - transacte i
Tot.il  Assrts  $30,373,570,
lli'Vl.-   .   pt i,a--i   pftlj   Vi;    -..',.'11,1 h:l-.\.l
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fronl  ; ���  ���'    N'ew   \\ e��l mlhslPi'
i'   p.-    ii ui i.-i,;u.1.1 Kei   \\ ti u r
$1 opens an account.   Interesl ad le I hall yc irlj
(���,,'���    - m   ���:. ide  .'  I iwesl  rate:
Open Saturday nights from 8 to 9 o'i lv1*.
I'tipinp sis
COURT   BRUNETTE.  No. 4099.  I.O.F.
Me its Hi" Foui th Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, In the '-mall
hall, Oddfi 11 ws' block. Vis ting
brethren are cor !i ill) Invited to at
t. nd. I. H. Rushton, C, H . K. P.
Maxwell, R, S,
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BHANCH F.  B.  LYLE, M,inil|i,OI.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. N0.8ROH,
A. 0. F.--T ie n ' il t meetlnRS of
this i..���i".' ��� re hei I on lhe S nd
ami Fourth Tuesda; ot each month
ai ^ p, m, in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly invited to attend. E C. Firth, C. K-i
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS  OF   TEMPERANCE   11 ���"���!     i"   TV   \V'"ltl''-'l ''
nt  8 o'clock  n.  m    in  Oddfellows
Hall.    Columbia     - -     Vlnl'i'u
Brethren ar" cordl illy Invited to  '
tend, Oeo. Burr, S. C; N. ll. Brown
Sec.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
B. C. Monumental Works
.1 \Mt ft Mi K K>(. Propi Itter
I ru ^n 1 1 i'.\    ft fli)    miuufiiriuioi    of
Mriihlr and Granite Moiuimriils
Headstones,
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80N3 OF aCOTLAND  BENEFIT Ar>
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on tho Fit I an I
Tnir.i Tuesday o�� every month 'n
K. of p. Hall. .lohn MoNlren,
Chief; J. .1. Forrester, Rec. R"f'-
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINA.R S   1 URGEON.
Lat"      A inch     i    ' ipanes ��� An
- ��� ���.  ��� -
Wfitt, MO Westaii te Ivt.YaBcwff, B' ���
Restdei ���   Phone 6) Office H
Office Phone SH '-.   I i
New Weitminiter, B. C.
j Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
, Miiti'ir.niui"i-i of
I Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
! The CairutherB Manufacturing Co.
i VANCOU C.
"The Milwaukee"
'Tii.   Pl_A��-_   Limited"   St.   Paul  to
Chit ��go,   "Short   Line"'   Ornnh.i   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicagc
N'n   trtius   ill   the   service   on   any
railroad   in  tlie  World that  equal  in
equipment that  of the Chicago, Mil
vvanket   fc  St    Paul   Railway.     They
own  mui  operate their own sleeping
\ nnd dioni(i! cars on alll their trains and
give   the-r   patrons   an   excellence   of
servive not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. Genera! Agent.
1.V4 Third St.. cot Alder. Portland, Or.
I���. li..   in, l���a,   im,n    t_ '   fOOt   ill   fVOIll    (
to .n-iii---n lu ill- ii-'- w  ���'  a
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,��� color atwnl it 'in -i gofl \  In fronl
of ih" "aim of pare ave*-    rhe dl ss
nam   1lio   natural    color   Of   ill"   Bas
Other -non nt' this natural Mux linon
im>  1111111"   wirh  mill's  folds  or  plain
liii'lis about the lower portion of th"
skirt, while the waist is n mass 0i
rich htce or embroidery.
Bome very dainty nnd pretty frock-
for young sirls are made ln wlmt
called Peter Pun style, which uieam-
tliat they are made to fit the Sgurc
by means of .shlrrlim-; that begin at
the bust Iiii" and tt'iish about six
Inches below the belt. The shirrs nr"
drawn lo lit the tiinire, and it Is
n   pretty   s\mf' youthful   style.   T.lsht
Indians Are  Ugly.
Ottawa,   3 19 -Superlnten .
aimed   police.
reports I -Slave lake that
where  gi iln ops are
good, noti* ithstand n       . -     Sro i
; hat at Fort. Graham there is
irlt  existing the  la
dims and white men.    lt lias exis  i I
ever since the rush  to the  Klondlko
old  fields.   The superlntendenl   does
_i"."a  'H'-aindles  nnd all  such  mute-   not anticipate any trouble, but it will
rlnls make up daintily In this fashion,   take time to allay the animosity.
OLIVE HARPER.    1
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THE DAILY   NEWS
THURSDAY.  SEPT. JO, 19C(;.
Treasons wHvwc\v3ntYourTra^
1.  We eun give you entire satisfaction.
'2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
;'..  We believe in Quality before Quantity.
4. We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED vour trade and toe intend to HA VE it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
BREWERY ESCAPES LICENSE
PROPOSED BY COMMISSIONER
CHEAP   rUEL
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 bepn to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
H. BELYEA & CO,
Telephone    150.
....call on....       METHODISTS TAKE
T.A.Muir&Co. INTEREST IN WEST
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
C-rrrr.ttee    Recommends    Large    and
Soeedy   Increase of  the   Par-
Ecnage  Fund.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves. Ranges. Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign  Van on Wheel.
Columbia S:. New Westminster.
"Timber
Limits"
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
��� ���    '  ..'���  i -CCOO I ' the acre.    Easy of
access.     Us Quarter  Section,   in
cluding    6,COO    cords    Shingle    Bolts.
near  Vldergrovi    Enquire about these.
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. 0.
26 i Columbia St.   Phone 86
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Montreal, Sept. 19.���Al th��- tnorn-
Ing session of the Methodist general
conference, the missionary committee
decided to report at its earliest opportunity in favor of the appointment
of two secretaries instead of one as
heretofore, one secretary to devote
attention to home w-.ra and the other
to   foreign    work.    The   committee,
I a ever, recommends ine central
fund an 1 that the fiiu'i be administered by one board.
The commltti -��� o > the >i> a< oness
movemenl recommended *he adoption
of a constitution for the establishment
of a central training school and dea-
,, :���.-. ss' homes.
The union church committee decided ti' recommend a favorable mn-
slderatlon of the letter from the Evangelical association it regard to church
union.
The books and publishing committee, on the decision of the western
delegates not to as!; for the establishment of a church organ, will ask
the conference to make the Christian
i' w lis v a strong! r central i rgan.
The wi -'���: v l< It gates ask for the
appointment of a western man as as-
sistanl ��� iitor of 'he Guardian. The
[ committee also recommended ihat the
subscription he raised to $1.50 from
Jl.
The report of the church aivl parsonage aid committee recommen.l- to
the ��� nferenct that the church aid
and parsonaE- fund bi raised as
speedil) as t > -sihle from $27,000 to
$100,000. In view of the immense
number ol English speaking people
wh   have settli 1 iti Western Canada,
II .-. - ������ li -; al the Metho lists should
have one hundred new Belds of labor
this
The name   :' Rev  J. V. Smith. Ci i
trai   Method st     hurch,  is   mentioned
as the likel    ��� : thi   Guar llan
���  of Rev. Gi   ' -���' Bond.
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Senator   Lovitt  Guilty.
V    ���     ith,   N.S., Sept.   19.���Senator
I. -.-.--      esldent. of I ie defunct Hank
V  ��� ���... mth, was to lay foun 1 guilty
���  having  : n nisi ��� 1  false  reports of
nnk's  affali s to the department
finance   it   Ottawa.    Mr.   Pelloon,
I K.C..   ask< 1  that   sentence   be   postponed   -.'tiiliti.s an appeal  to the full
' ��� --, b    ��� ���'��� ������ supreme court, mil tills
ngle;   -  anted.
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Nelson Fair Ooened.
Nelson, B.C., Sepi 19. -The fourth
annual exhibition of the Nelson Agri-
cultural and Industrial association
was foi mally i .-< ae I I y R, M, Palmer,
ol Victoria, at 1.30 this afternoon, and
will run for the balance of the week.
Over 1,500 entries wore made, the
hii t exhibits I elng frull an.l mineral
ores. The talr greatly exceeds any of
it;, pi ��� Ii essi ��� ��� a en pies. al tendance
and Interest,
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Automobile   Party   Injured.
New v. i .. Si .     i i.   Five persons
1 were I adl)   Injure I to-night  when an
a v  mobile lie I    between    two
3trei      . ��� ���    t Bi     I fi a)   and  Thirty-
��� :  ���    treet
(Continued f: om Page Oni .i
Vachon, asking that the ��� nse bei 1
by him  be transferred to I' O. It:: >-
��� -..ii. The license inspector had Inspected the hotel, found everything
in good order, an I rec inn u nded that
the  li. ense I e transfi rred.
Likes  the Change.
Mayor Keary remarked thai he waa
glad that the Windsor had changed
bands, and he was stn<. that it would
bc  conducted  In a  better manner in
the future than it ha 1 been in the
past. There had been numerous complaints made againsl the hotel during
Viu lion's tenure, bul he was confident that Mr, Bllodeau won; i conduct
the bouse In a satisfactory manner.
The transfer was granted.
Mayor Talks of Libel Suit.
Mayor Keary next intro I u ed the
matter of the libel suit entered
. gainst him bj the propriei ir of the
Lytton hotel in consequencei fcertain
stati mi nts whieh hu  hi ;1 ma le al
��� re i'lous  meeting of the i ommissl m
ers.    He stated that he ha I been informed   by  Joseph   Martin,  K.C., city
solicitor,   that he  could   nol     e   hi I I
I ��� rsonallj   ri sponsible for -,-,.������ , : ���
made   I j   him  while sitting   on    I In
board.    While not  wishing to bi   un
fair,   Mayoi-  Keary stated   thai   If he
had   been   vindictive  he   would   have
i alle I  together  the members of  the
I   a-1. ..ti 1 atti: listening to the facts
at his dlsj i s.A they woul i  h ive hi 1
no option but to vat,-vol tlu- II ' nse   '
the Lytton hotel.
Lend  Their   Support.
Mr. Venables said thai he was prepared to support the mayor in every
way possible. He was sure that the
mayor would not make such a state
ment unless he was in possession of
substantial facts to back it up. If
the Lytton was n;.t being conducted
in a proper manner, he considered
that their license she-;:", i bi   revoked.
Commissioner Cartel Smith re-
marked that he also supported Mayor
Keary. saying that he had only done
his duty, and that every ither commissioner would have done the san i
had he been in possession of tbe same
facts.
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Oddfellows   Unite   Nations.
Toronto. Sept. 19.���That Cana.la
and the United States have no division ��� xi ��� pi thai mappe i oul I y engineers, was the theme of a brilliant
a | Iress I y Hon. A. S. Pinkerton, oi
Massachusetts, before thi-til ifellows'
. -' grand representatives' reunion
iv Masse) hall las- night. He argued
thai the Oddfellows bound the two
peoples :. se ti g< ther with it;-'
: '������ links. He clalmgd that since individuals were improved A- the order,
national life woi Id I ��� .. lvanced. "We
may live," he said, "under different
dags, bul ; s li ng as both flags are
: nded togi ther the safet) of the
world or of Individuals rests secun ���
iv- the hands of a strong and conquering  rare."
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Thaw Refuses.
New York. Sept. 19.���Harry K.
Thaw, ; rlsoner in the Ti mbs awaiting trial on a oharsre Of murder, refused to undergo an examination by
thn . alienists whom his counsel took
to tbe Tombs ' - laj for that  pui  os -.
New  and   Popular  Styles  of
Ladies' and Mi
The evenings now arc a
little longer, therefore o ilder,
and a small fire in a well
regulated stove is very acceptable. This the time to select
while the stock is new and
complete.   Our well known
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT
has given the best of satisfaction, and we recommend
it.    Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
At  Popular  Prices���
$5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $10.00 to $20.00
rheae  ; rii es   r< present   excellen     ... a    In Ladies' J ckel
$2.50, $3.CO. $4.75, $6.5C to $10.CO  gives a  choice  In   Misses' and   Chll
dn n- .la.; ��� ts wblch are I iw In pri e, of the best quality an I newest     . .
\i    ���  an '..'     -��� li   tlon.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
>>>>r<o>>>.>>>>x<o>>:>>:A:o>>>:o>>>>>>>;:o.:o>:o.>>>::��;��>>.>'
PURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
LNDERTAKING    A    SF��ECIALT Y.
RE Of SOME FORCE
in the ci. rr.munity. A } r " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Make up
;.. nr mind to buy a h ime Nt IW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant young man and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best i f all gifts t" your family. 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed Mouse ami
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.    Lot60xl32 . . * 1750
Very Easy Terms.
IF YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
J.  HART & Co.
Con_u_t   Missionary   Meeting.
i.v-- ��� vening the       ���    of the Mission    circle    ol    ,; ������   Olive!    Ba    I
.   conducted ��� mission-
. ary meeting. The general I pic f< i
eration w; mission work on
thi Telugu del ! In la lia. Mis 11. I-
Young ��� ead a paper shi .. ;n-' the ; ro-
_:, ss made bj the staff ��� ; missionaries and let I - - on the Hi Id. During 1904, 174 convi " e added to
' ie . I.-.: '���.'-. an ; it: I
: ership was also -1 : mot ��� lat. i .-
i increased.
Mrs. W. V   Davies   read  an article
dealing  with native ; istors, pointing
out the great advantages to be gained
from their appointment.    The;,  were
fully equipped as to the languagi  an I
tm li rstood the manners and customs
much ! etter than an Importe I mls-
rsionary  could ever hope  Lo do.    Thi
imported missionary was better quali-
'��� fie ! to prompt an I din cl
Mrs.  B.  A. Postill gave an address
!   .- ling   attention   to   .   .;.">; hlel   ri
A i ntlj  Issui .1 on "Intel cessoi > Woi k,"
and heade I, "Want''!, a thi tisan I mis-
I sionaries  for India," the i bje ������  being
to induci   people In the homi   land to
pray   for    certain    missionaries    by
name.
The  chair  was I CCU] ll   I  I '���   Mrs.  R.
'Pride, the president, and  Rev.  M, 7.
Rugg,   Ii n..   assisted,     Soli.-   were
j beautif ill}  ren li n 1 dui Ing thi   n ei I
ing   by   Misses   Kendall,   Bat son   and
Mr.  Patton,
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FOR  THE  LITTLE  ONES.
6tr2r.gr    Things    One    May    Ser    In    I
Common   Mirror.
A very ; retty expi rinii nt may be
made ��it!i n hand mirror on liny
night when the full moon is well up
in tht sky. Hold tin mirror so that
lite moon's image will he p fleeted
in '.:. and you \\..: be surprised pi r-
l.vi-- ���..< mi fn;:!' irnagi - of it instead
of one. ' Ine of tii imagi - will bc
very bi .A.:. The otln r thn will
I.r ralher dull, like unb rait hed silver. They will be vi .. tra . I lini.
_ one ��� . A.i d ill im iges on one ��� ���'.���
i ��� the brig! I image :u ' two on tin
-
other side of :t.   T im the mirror
a:    ��� I - low ly, st .   holding its tai e
i" ti.-   moon, ai- i : lie imagi ���  ivi
aj'jH-i.r in rcvolii- around ;. i ommoii
ei titer.
The expi ination i f tl  - : ttli ��� \-
pi rimi nt lies in the fa t tl al tin n
i nre- two surfaces iti .t mirror, one in
fmnt and thi i ther at the bai k,
wl - re the q ii ksilver Ls. Tin bright
est of the riv'-1 ted h iagi - is, from
the object itself. Tl < others are
what is known as -��� o sdar imagi -.
reflecti d from the front to the back,
of the mirror and thence to the eye.
: This experiment never fails to i xcite
the wonder of those who si e it made.
:
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���   71 fi and A- C. lutvlia"
W. E. FALES,
Four Fl
Hear Extension, Front Street.
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FOR3:STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and  Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
Now in stuck.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co,
Limited
Electric Railway Service
Inter-urBan Lin-.
Cars for Vancouver atd way
statu ns w 11 run evi ��������� halt-
hi :.- trom 5: DO a. m. u '. 1 p.
in. t>:iepting at 7. a an . - 0
a. n . Half hourly >. - ��111
r in from Central Pai.; to
Vancouver on ..
City Limits Line���Service rrom
6.30 a. ni. to 11 p. in.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and - and ;> ami 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder or day. i ransrer at
Leopold fiace.
Sunday Service half-hourly he-
tween   .   a.   ni.  anil   10  p.  m.
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���in Minute Service, except between 1_ and
2, and 6 and ,. during wnich
.ours tne service will be
bait-hourly.
Sunday Service iiairnouriy between 8 a. m. and 11 p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
LIMITED.
A Familiar Gam�� With a Variation,
AU but i n of (hi ; la; i rs an
Beated in n circle. The one standing, for whom ther is no chair,
represents the -st,,." Each of the
others takes the name of something
that live* in the sea���starfish, trai-.
herring, whale, etc. The ������,,.,"
walk- n itside the circle, calling each
one in by the name sho has chosen,
onii each ns shi hears h.'-r nam. gets
up and follows the "sea ' When all
nr> on their !��� ; thi ",,vi ' begins to
run about, crying: "The 'sen' is troo-
! ��� 1! Tne 'sea' is tronbled!" As
- v as she drops into a chair every
one tries to follow her example. Thi
one who faili to get _ chair becomes
the "sea."
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    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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