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 Vol
ME 1, NUMBER
v' :��� SI MIXSl ER, 1,. c��� FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER
[906.
in ( KM
R WEEK
CHURCHILL SENDS
LIBERAL MESSAGE
TO THE DOMINION
Gjves Conservatives Their   Due   on   the   Imperial   Union
Question and Goes One or  I .,     Better fcr
the Present Government of
Britain.
EARL GREY NEEDS REST.
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ead tonii      at a
.-   Un
exhibition
tten     ���    '
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,
secret!
���  ���   tiatun   ��� :   an
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Nelson, B. C, Sept. 6. The Governor-General
remained in his apartments at the station all day.
��� His temperatun has been slightly above normal and
! Hi? Excellency is suffering from a cold. Further
! rest is necessary and he has to-night reluctantly can-
; celled his intended visit to the boundary country
; to-morrow and will remain here during the day. The j
j visit to Rossland maybecarried oul onSaturday, bul j
i this will be announc< 1 definitely tomorrow.    Ladv
CAMPAIGNERS CRY
BUJ GET NO FUNDS
TO HELP THEM OUT
Republicans of the   United   States   Find   Themselves   Up
Against  Problem of  Running  Election on Credit.
While Democrats Are Poverty Stricken
as Usual.
���;       ��� ��� 't... . i        1      .���'.���:..
OU   .11���     .       .     to
-,i cess  In t'. ������
i sitlon as Canadiai
and as thi    ���    esei
nious  English  ��� i
.....    of hei]
:,. ��� as :..-1 but im
��� Tai consolidation.
V, a     ���      .   :   ���    Ta!   '. ui:   Hi,:  .   . -   -'.
"  ���   will enable you to t tra
:��� nit ea   to good  accounl
���: A'-ir,    ea      I ���   Con
���   in   England  ha-    i ��� a
soclate i  *ith  :��� ���
��� is o' Imperial admin-
be Bi Itlsb govenynent' has
��� ,     iiu-   Conservative
-   ti :tns hail becomi  a:
Canadian anil Aus
'  li   men  have  been  accustom
-: :.      w Ith  a  Bl I  ot  Iiriiish
. : ali,.,- by their wise de-
n our party contn verslea
loyalty   to   the   mot! ��� I
have come Insenslh .  to
��� .<��� ilar political pnrtj as
���     '. ial claim   upon   ite ir
in  a great   measure ami
' tail the last few yeare 'hut
has   been worthllj   repaid
..   : ��� riod  "f Const rvatlve
���   has  Bynchronizi 1 with
���  ��� ���   aided  the   growth ��'f
li ,i
At tin      ��� general electli n a gn al
.-. ��� ought   in  ile-  balance
al parties and in the
��� political   powei      The
���   -    ling as
ilse,   in
-    .
���
���
��� - '��� ��� ���        expecta
-
'
es?    It is
-    .. : .��� -
Li ���   .
-��� mi    Aa.- -   to
��� a        this
��� ��� .    Vua
ascribe no lit
tie shan gress an I  pros
It is rlnciples
'-''���'.'��� -    In ra< ial   :: ..
' ��� ���   ���   .. equalitj    :n   ro-
..:���:-   that  they build their
nternationa e     It   is   .>
es of ci nlal
. it -i. ii ol a iftj bun unity and
al ove of a | ea< i fui foreign poll< 5.
truct al i ohi sion ��� I the
Bi ri-:. ��� mpire has . ii ne I ei n achii v
.    and will aloni   I ������ n aintalm 1
-   t wrlti   this to yo i becaust
[should     e to see thi Bell govt ining
��� . .   'in i:   .mth   particularly
to  '!,���   Liberal   party .my more  than
to th-- Conservative party.   The Brit
is]   ��� -a: Ire must oentn  upon the Brit-
��� ....:.    But In so far .is you < an
maki       ::   frli n is iii Canada realize
that in .'. l.ii era! mlnlstrj of England
the)   will find true comradeship and
faithful, unrelaxing  service whenever
;���.     -   te need of it, j'ou will be do-
goo ln a goo i cause.
\. -irs verj  Blncerelj.
��� (S gi ��� 1' WINSTON CHURCHILL."
i
i
j Grey has remained with the Governor^ n aral to-day ���
J but  E.r resl  of the party   have   been  pleasanl ;
i engaged in fishing  and     tating.    As already an- 1
��� nounced the vice-regal party will leav-' Nei   n for '
J the coast on Sunday evening at 7:10, taking the Col- j
! umbia River boat al West Robson the sam<   night !
] and  travelling on C. P. R. scheduled time.    It is !
J stated officially that Earl Grey's indisposition is not J
! '.a . ���������'.    C ."mi'.'.' rest beinc th-.1    :^ 1
} thing needed.
INSURGENTS DEFEAT
GOVERNMENT TROOPS
General Guzman's Band of Cuban Rebels Meet and Give
Battle to Loyal Soldiers    Terms of Peace
Made Harder.
��� ������-���-. Cul a Sepi 6 \ li
lai hi ��� nl ol 50 govet nmenl troops
this citj todaj encountered a
.and of i ii neral Guzman's Insui gents
m .ii ' lamarones In th< flghl which
ent in .1 the govet om< nt fi rces we.te
routi.:. 'i.ati.p being .. led ot w< nnd
e.l Thi -1- Is gn al exi I ��� n ei t in
Clen   ��� bob.
��� . .   ....  Bi   '   ''.    Wh v the peace
,���   ti   ha use I  a  geni ral   bus-
I i :i-,   n ������ ,i 'aliiaiiii .   ia CUpatioUB,
nn a; t ���   lal Ii   , ���... rt ss towards anj
thing      ���   a   -ati-iac'oi j   understand
Ini    ha     been   n ad '     Tin      L be al
lea lei    Insist  tl a1  i'  le unjust to re
gai .I   ' hem  as  Insurgi nts  and       > I
lhal ' hi j are mei i Ij t-e king for
peace, at thi Bame time deol ' ��� _ that
m -. . nlj must the term, ol peaci Be
1 et\er than hen    '������'��   talked  ot, bul
��� hi; thi n must I a Some unquestii n
able guarantee that the tern \\i b<
p-an-io.l  oul   tO   UH   l��-t'.e .      I!      M<��1
��� atea meanwhile continue In a wall
:i.    ,,-���'��� ' le
Enchnnge Shots.
Havana, Sepi 6, A bodj ol vol
inieer aud rural guards numbering
two hundred men exchanged shots
with Col. .Bbert'B Insurgents last
nighl io at Sim .loi" ile I.as Lajas,
""iim' ..' Havana One rural guard
was klllf I anil Ihree insurgents were
��� woun li i
v ��� 3( 	
list
\ . .
Xew    Vi ... .     are
\ few eli     - -    :-:ii -
- ate   ill   e\ ia BCI ���     ���
I gy in
., ..���   ..   -   . here
.  .   .      ot<   -   an - In ihe   ���    I
innumerable    tt - o   poll! ca
erat    ���   - '������������ aBlonaJl; oni  ma   '-arch
���ight i I       -.. ohe or I he other
��� . ���       .    invariablj     he     has
... itcepi that
..     -   sadlj   Itt    :..���;���   ol
fun.is.    This is 'he  i��u!j   and hourly
M    ��� ottej.   mono,',     evi   -
whi t hai dlj   a   d< liar for
.   . ���      .......
Is eondii affairs ie chronic
headquarters, and
....   feeling no more blue
���   - - past. In im '. repeated
<v,/  :......  with   lean   purses    have
newhai hardened the Democrats to
���. ,. rty, and they seem to think 'hat
Ign thi    j eai is in no wise
:���  ent from those of two, four, and
six years ago But at Republican head
It ie a different  story that
- So long accustomed to h v-
Ing ��� Ihi monej that thej i ould
well use and to getting I.l bj merely
Baying  thai   ll   was   watlti d,   the  Re
, iiii au a ; naget ��� :-''- } " d i ui to
a.. .��� ��� mi late theme' Ivi ��� to the preB-
��� nl        idition   oi    IIbj ust lng   poverty
..    '.    onlront -   them
A 111 the situation improve?" was
asi "i i 'i em bei of the Republh an
commi
I .1 "ii i it." was the reply.
"Whai   aboul   the   d( liar   BUbBi i p
tions '"
Nothing in them All talk and no
di  igh  Tin--, have made Beveral Intel
��� sting newspaper articles, bul no cam
i aign an I e financed in thai waj
Unless things brighten up somewhat.
We   will   in"   have   monej    enough   1o
xpenset
\\ ���      .. e doing'
W - ike thi
���   .
p.   ,.,       a ..     .a      ,
11  lican
. ��� it ��� be at st. ��� ������.. . bills
������
\ ...  ,.,. ,   going to  run   yot     enti e
-'	
\ ���      the  bettet   part   ol    i     We
 -     a    ii ij   on  hand  ami in
��� ih1 to paj nearly all ��� I oui offlce
expenses The printing oi the cam
paign   text books,  now a out   to  he
��� I, ami of other literature, the
cosl of long distance telephoning ami
of telegraphing, railroad fare in most
cases ��� these things are to be
carrli .1   ove    ae  debts  to  be  settled
'  B nne  hills     we     will
li \xp to pay as we 2:0. such as hotel
I ills,   par-   of   (.he  railroad   fafre   of
1
- eakers,  pat'   of the  pay  of these
speakers,  ami  tho paj   of the clerks
a:   headquat:-1 -
"Have  you enough  monej on hand
to take care of the��p [ten 3?"
I   Bhould  say  we hadn'l    We are
straining everj  nerve to get  hold of
money, ami a Utile of li is coming in
day   bj   day.   Bul  ihe  amounts  are eo
-mall thai thej really don'l counl for
nucb   Wt may tie able later on to set
Individual sui scrlptiotts from rich men
in the party, sufficiently large to tide
ui  ovei   on the bills we will have to
pay,  but   Buch  subscriptions  ate  nol
i:i   sisllt."
��� 'Didn't these -nme men contribute"
to the "\pense-: of former i ahlpalgb 5? '
Yes, ihey did, bul nol of 'heir per-
bi na! monej Theli formei contributions were of the available rash of
large corporations, and the men giving
them aid not feel the strain. Now.
however, all corporation contributions
have ceased If we gel money from
tlch men this year, it must come frotn
theii i ��� ��� -"mil accounts, and so It Is
'hat thev ar.e rai her ilitruleut."
M KEtOVEE RUSSIAN STUDENTS POLICE MAGISTHATE INTERNATIONAL HAC1 TWO NEWSBOYS HOB SPECTATORS AT FAIR
AND GOES FISHING] BEABT TB GIVE UP        BECOMES SUSPICIOUS        CAUSES SPECULATION       SLEEPING BART!MUR        GET MONEY'S WORTH
Joe Gs
Dffers   to   Fight   Hun   Agam
at   Any   Time  or
Place.
Scc.al    Democrats   and   Revolutionists
Decide   Not to   Oppose   ReoDen
ing  of  Universities.
Otders  An   Investigation  of Treatment
of   Prisoners in Toronto
Central   Sration.
Crowds    Attend     Practices     ot    Cam
bridge   and   Harvard   Crews  for
Saturday's Event.
Cut  Hole in Pockets and Steal  Watch.
Ring and Small Amount of
Money.
See  a   Balloonist  Fall  to  Death   From
Parachute 200 Feet in ,
the  Air.
Uji  I
Nevada,  Sept.    6.���The
. ��� Battling    Nelson     mm
. nd  likely  lo (lie as a
���   beatihg he received at
Joe  Hans Monila ���   nlghl
���
��� '  Goldfield this  morning
��� "ii  a  fishing  trip     Aside
. -������- nn.1 Internal hem
-   noi   m",i :>  y   hurl
���a    to i.r. '      '���'" '���
ild
.. , ��� 1 ���   ���
In a .-   ta ������ f n
nallenge     ���   and I
e and
���  -       me thin     ' ��� ���
���  , and lhal 1   In any
Ith him I will .1..' -������
b -....  : Ight, and I
na le d< al than
.-������- would evei
���    :   the   ': .   I]    card,
St. Petersburg, Sep; C VI .1 n><��'t
bag ' :...'.' ol S01 lal 1 lemoi ral and
:'.. a     Revol it-ontsl   universit ���     bUi-
'. nl ���' 0       'I'M-ali d    lu I    tO   'l'l'    -i'
the   f   ipenlng    of   the     inlvea-sltlef
which  i-    chedu ed  tut- October   14th
therebj   I  rnl hlng a 11 rong 1 d
���   - ��� . ���    ..... ilyalj ol il"- ed u it "i..1
li-.   of thi     -   at      wblch  has   laated
foi   two school   years   may  Boon   be
ende I     Man.   revol itlonai      luden
���a.    ��� ent
tl    I.-
-.    . -i idessa and
��� -.���������   ., .    io
effect '  ��� lente 1 n inibi 1
0f   I        . lent     ha ������    1 eg! 1
��� ,   . .        ,.-i, ilation < on
.  ���... .   ears' sto    agi
:
;   .   ���       Sept.  I     Tl hip
������    . ... 1    -  -   inej  on Thurs-
In    ,-.. . on sei'  ������ from Van* 1 1 ���������
B   C
Toronto, 1 Int., Sei t, 0 There wns
a peculiai lncldeni In I he police 1 urt
this morning when .me of Ihe prison
ers charged with disorderly conduct
complained to Polioe Magistrate Imn-
nl uu  aboul  the trea'.menl   prisoners
 ,1 1 while in ii"- "'lis His charge
v,,i ih.it they were brutallj treated,
beaten and kicked, bul lhal thej were
afraid 1 1 complain because they were
... ���. ne 1 with donbli I ni II the ���
..,ii,i nn ''iim' \1.0tio 1 ... 1 ."i..| in
lbe dc . h "i 11 i.--. face bruised ind ��� "i
ami whi a a��ked whal cause 1 It, be
..ni he ha 1 fallen off a ben< h In his
, eil No man could full off h bench
,-t 1 . ��� ' hi Used Hki Hi,it." .wis the
comment ol lhe police magistrate,
vho ihi enpon ordered all police
who wen- on 'pu-. al the Central stall,,,, 1.1 -1 nlghl i" appeal before hlm
tomorrow so lhal the 1 barges 1 ould
be  Investigated
fire Is Sweeping Over
Entire Wheat District
-'...'    I     Di
ichine caught t
��� - morning an 1 1 re
!���   rweepfaf.
let south wesl
��� ������ '.a    rua ...       tte
and   l��   la   .,
...
teres '
I.,.- i'i:e can be
extin. li he I
\    --,-���    llaho.  yei ��� la
thre  ��� :���-   ���-���'���' i��ed a $1 ���'
, ib t inning
i tarted
I   .. a ;   ��������� I    '
, ..,-.. ���        ������!   if''1
. ' ��� '���'
.. |2, KH) '���   A
,a:a   :
Increases  Price of Leather.
'101 onto, Sepi  6    'I he tannei'- ���'"
Hon of the hoard of tr ide in' I toda ������
aad rlei i led lhal  _1 hai ness leathers
..  1 i   meed l ��� -. ' ents | ej  pound, all
.   ired le ithei ������ one  < ent  pei   fool
and iiii other le ithei a in proportion.
it was ni--'. decided that retailers he
Kiveri   the   -ana    (11*001101   of   two   per
cent   fur  cash  glten    jobbers   nnd
wholesalers,   The advance is due to
the high    t .. ;'.--. hides uml tiniiiliin
later! fls
Lumher   Mills   Shu^   Down.
in .; i ������ ury,  Ont. Hept.  -.���Owing
I., low   - i '������    ia  l le Ottawa  river, the
frills  h'T"  have   heen Obliged
-���  down, throwing  six  hundred
men oul Oi emplovmeni.
Putney, England, 81 pt. 0 It was
in every way a record crowd, especially in ibe matlei of ibe numbi i of
American visitors, lhal was seen on
the river today, testifying to the In
creasing Interest In Saturday's con
leal bei wet n lhe Cainlu Idge and Hat
vani   unlverill y   i rowB,    Mul I lei erry,
i mbi    i ��� 'uaaii'i. iloldle and manj
, ��� bei   fainottfl   icullen    tollowed   I he
, ,,, Hi.    hom  H   latini !i     'I be  i ' e�� -
i.....    luaUnli i    i onfldem ���.     ������ hi h
ludglng 111>mi theli   prai ll< e dli playi
i     well  Justlfli d  from    i"'1 h    Bid
���| i.in- ig so little l<< i boose lhal  hi(
iim; tonighl  again bas become even
I li.     Mm vin. |B   hi .i    iiii|iiov��   I   i    ii   11
i ably in the matter of BtaiUng, bul
in othei reBpi cts appeal utile dlffi i
"ni in style from n few days n_" Dl
I hi mas Maualian Bays ihey could nol
in. in bettei oon ill tlon I Iambi idne to
day showed the fasl style breaking
11nm -"i iu the racing nne- of BD
Btrokes to lhe mlnule Their energies
evidently will be devoted to ah al
tempi by bol work to wear down their
.. a nents  In the  fl-tBt   mile.
London, Bflpt 8,    "I am heartily for
HiiuviirilA writes Vivian  NlelialK the
well  ktlOWh aciuinllc authority  to the
D6lly Mail.    My reason for doing so is
Hint I consider thai in all Ponmer tHaU
tlie    Americans   have    shown      more
���   eetl  and Staying  power than    their
opponents. Mr. Nlckails expressed the
oplnfoU that the leu work of Harvard
j will I'rinc vl'-totv.   There is a proba-
! hility of rOUgh wenlhur and he prefers
.the worl; of rue Americans on a dls
i lurbed sui face.
Beattle, Sepi, 6.- Alexandei DUf
resne, b 17-year-old newsboy, was at
rested this morning charged with the
loblverj ol Otie No.thrup, bartender
in the Brady saloon, al < lec denial
avenue and Washington Btreel rhe
police sir, Dufn Bne confess! -1 the
. 11 ime ami implicate I anothei m ��s
boy who lias nol   11 en   trn sled
, i,i..,.. I,, ihe  Bto! i   leai ni d  bj
ih" poll'.   Dufrei ne    nd h ���  an
lon folio  ed Northrup to his   In
11.     :      .,,i   i,,.i, i    . .,   fii bi   rvi nue
ub    ... i  ��� hi "   '���''"H" up    wi nt   to
Bleep    Ith i   ' hes "ii thej put |   rkel
 a   . i       e a watch
ont!   i small amour        M inej     ' >uf
, ine     as li   ; 'i 'i : i ...        thi
i ii|a   v, n ii he ������' as        bI ��� I
Standi i li in i 'al., Be '' ' Vii_'"- -
., an las IS ,:i'i. tt ol SSurel a to laj
p., aa elected Foi ���-��� ��� ��� not bj the re
publican convention i h the first bai
I i, eBsIl;   '        "        ��� ��� ���" ���  ''"	
i Hskaloosa, R ae, Bepl 6 in full
view ol 2,000 spectators al the Jefferson count; fail todaj Jerry Turner
ol   k i' -a    Citj   an  experienced  bai-
, ...-I   i..it   200   ���'-'  [rom  a   trapese
busi eudt I ! om a parachute and was
tnetnntlj   killed.    Th,   balloon    rose
i oc  feel     I'm ner "as p r
.    ......  . ,,   ,  ., ,.,,.,,. Buspended  be
Ion tin   ; iMoi "    W hi  '  from
...it   lost  his bol i
Objects to  American  Flag.
i      ..'     Bi   '   8    lhis was  Vinerl-
.... ���   ��� onto fall   and  In
 I llmenl   to  the  \ all is   sevei ri
ihoil ������'" Is he I te I States flan
nas   holSI   ( : ���'   Vdmlntatrfttlon
bull lltti - vi hilt tl e flag was being
...(-.. i a pi ��� bi ���< ��� ished up and pro
teste I and did li to prevent the
flag going  ' ng In this he en
' I   i   i""'- -'   i' :'''  ' he m.-imuiemi nt.
avail
River Steamers Collide
And One Goes to Bottom
Detroit, Mich., Sept. fi.���The West-. down, and  the  RflllB was  proceeding
era liner Milwaukee collided with the | ��P <*e vlvpl'-    Immediately  after the
collision two boat* nut out  from the
steamer Nels
Mi
in the St. Clair
rival  a
hort distance below St. Clair
shore and  the Milwaukee lowered an
oilier and the work of rescue proceed-
today,     The   Mills sank   at   once.  .las.   e(j,
er, of Port Si.tillae, wheelsman Captain Frank Osborne, of the Mil-
on the Mills, was drowned. A second i waukee. said the Mills tried to cross
wheelsman on ihe Mills ls reported his bow without warning and that tbe
missing.    The Milwaukee   was hound'collision wit inevitable.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS
FRIDAY,  SEP
DRAWS HIS WAGES If
AND SCOOTS AWAY I
���Young   Charbonneau    Leaves   Father
and   Mother   to   Guess   Where
He   Has  Gone.
i
Alonzo  Charbonneau,     'hi-   sixteen
ear  old   .son of  A.  Chartioneau     of
Kearj   sine'.   Sapperton,   has     been!
missing since   Monday  last, and his |
parents have communicated with the ,
police at   Bellingham  and  Vancouver j
asking them to lie o_ the look out for
him.
The last lime they saw the lad was
on Monday last. Both he and his
father work at Millside and journey j
:to and from wor_ together. Last |
Monday being Labor day, the young
fellow said that he was going to
work. The father decided in view of
it. being labor day. thai lie would take
a holiday. Going to work without the
father was evldenrtly part of the boy's
plan to leavt bome as he went to the i
mill and drew the money which was
coming i-i him amounting to $36 and
lntimati I to son!" of the lads at the
mill that he was going to take a trip
i: to Vancouver. Others he Informed
that h" was going to Bellingham
The fact remains thai be disappeared ae i ompleti Ij   is I i iugh the earth
had  swallowed  him  up.     Up to last
niglr  the pai ents v. Do are \ i ry anxious ha 1 heard no tidings of the prodigal and are incline i  to  believe that
the messages hi lefl were simply with.
a vie . '    ,. itting people off the scent. -
The family came from Arnprlor, Ont .
:i io il     . ear ago and -.nue think that
he  may  have   taken a   notion   to  go
back  there,  where he had a number
o!   pa   ictilai   friends, but  they cannot
find  any  word   of  his     buying    any
tickets at   the  stations.    The parents '
of the lad are much respected people
ani  have kept  the boy  in check  as
much as possible in spite of a seem-,
ing inclination  io be .somewhat wild, j
On   several   occasions    when    things
have not  been running to the young
man's tastes at home, he has threatened to leave home aad not comeback
any more and the fact of his absence
is thought by the friends of the fam- '
Ily to be the fulfillment of that threat.
 -o	
AT THE HOTELS.
Guichon���J. C. Burton, Seattle; H.
Norman. Otter; J. .1 McKay, Vancouver; E. Stewart, Ottawa: S. Klaus,
Kansas City; c P. Haggard, York.
Ni braska.
Colonial���Mrs. A. L. McDonald and
family. Vancouver; E. Grandell and
wife, Toronto; M. Viggers, Toronto;
ii P. Cathers, Vancouver; P. C. Small,
Vancouver; James McKee. Eburne.
Windsor���M. Thompson, Mount Lehman; James Calvin, Bellingham; P.
L Marston, Porl Keaney; Joe Turner,
Belllngham; P. A. Boyce, J, c
Pounder, Snohomish: ri. Cozens. C'hil-
liwack; tl. \v. Allen, Langley; Harvey
Towns, Chilliwack.
 o	
Watching  Indians,
'.'let-.' Con3t_ .h .Spain rei.i'iu-1 yesterday from Agassiz accomoanlel   iy
.John Burkitt,   who  was   lai v  In the
day sworn in by Capt. Pittendrigh, S.
M . ���     the Agassiz district   There ars
a   the pri -"nt  time about Tun Indians
working  in   thi    hop gai lens   owned
Sii   Arthur Stepney, J,  Maltland
ai     the Horst  Hup company, and by
Bome means of other thej are securing a ���  ii.-: lerable quantitj   of liquor
whi.     eadi  I > disorder,   The constable ���.   will have  to  be  wid ���
awaki   io get i t the run- of the tro i
ble and    roduei  i ondltlons of law aud
o   .    .    on    ���:..   i i ikj  I  ... /or-.   The
hop ci      in the Agassiz dl trlcl is a
largi            mt certain sections of Lhe
< rop   ha...   been   subjei ted    to    the
of the hop fly,
Harrs   Stolen.
P. Venables' Belgian bai i evldentl.
looked fi I to ome me, ind on Wed '
ue laj nighl six ol the little animal i
'������ ��� ��� '��� Btolen i rom Mr. Venables' Btor i
on Front Btreet, The pen contalnlur,
the hares was ln the front portion m
the store and was only sei arated
from the outside world bj means of a
pair of Iron gates whicli the vandal
evidently climbed over In order to
accomplish his felonious purpo.1, Mr.
Venables has offered a reward of $10
to anyone who will put him next to
the thief or thieves. This is the sec
ond time Mr Venablea has heen similarly .iaiimizeil ami he considers it
is aboul  lime to cry quits
Henri   Laurier's  Funeral.
An' Bkeaville, Que.,  Sept.   i;.���
The funeral of the late Henri Laurler,
hall brother of sir Wilfrid Laurier,
took place here yesterday and was
very largely attended, among thost
presenl being nearly all the members |
of tbe provincial government, several
members of the local house and house
oi commons, and professional men of
all classes, The pall bearers were:
Hon Senator Choquette, Hon. ib>
dolphe Lemouiex, postmaster general;
it BoudreauK, private secretary to
Sli  Wilfrid Laurier, and others.
THE
ASKTOS��E
THE MANNISH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
Our Last Call
,^^~-
r*��ra_t*r* ��*_*_ ;rv xJttsmmtbM
This will positively be the last call to our
GREAT SHOE SALE
Hundreds of buyers have taken advantage of
the great bargains during our Sale, but there
are many more who will regret not having done
so, when it is too late.
Hurry!      Hurry!      Hurry!
If you have not been in, make haste to call, for
this Great Sale will end on Saturday Evening,
the 8th inst., when the clock strikes eleven.
Just Two Days More
Friday and Saturday
The Price on every remaining Shoe on our Bargain Tables has again been lowered to a figure
that ought to make every Shoe leave the Store
in short order.
)
You'll Make a Great
Saving If you buy now
The Price on every shoe tells a story of saving.
Special preparations being made for Saturday's
business.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE
Columbia Street,
New Westminster :���-:���'���
REP"
���-.���it
THE DAILY NEWS
USE
[there's nothing setter.
Manufactured and guaranteed bv
THE WESTERN MILLING
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.   G.   DAW SOX. Agent. 145 Hastings Street. \\ est. Vancouver.
I TD.
$5
A PERFECT SET
OF TEETH FOR
$5!
%%5_A ���<
���"'.���'������.-��  ^'    '*
We guarantee them to lit beautifully and to
��� - equal of the best s ���: of :��� eth you over saw
=ti g twice as much.     Our mechanical exi    Ls
en of long experien ��������� (we employ ah ol
��� ir work is the best 5a iwn to ihe  Dental
sion.
; ither prices worth coming miles to profit h\
Gold Filling .  .
F itina Filling  .
< r Filling . .
$1.00
$1.00
50c
Gold Crowns .... $5.00
Bridge Work (,Z'E $5-00
Set of Tectk   .   . . $5.00
Consultation and Examination Free of.Charge.
Ml Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee.
Ilie Boston Dentists, I
Hou _ 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.    Remember the Place
407   Hastings   St.  VV.,   Vancouver
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers tn All Kinds of
Libber,   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.,
T^'phone 12.                                                's,ew Westminster,
   ���__���-_
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
a     t
��� Fee Simpli
lon ol
-��� Surrey tn
- .     .
\   A .  -. ii "
��� ���	
emi Ses      tuai
the P
i   .-..
ts A 7. \      17
25, Lots 15, It      7     i
eing parts i    South \\ es
Si     i a ���    A ivus-ip 7. also
I, 5, 1 tn being parts
luarter    Section    6,
.   7.   \- ��   v, ��� s.n_lnster   1 >is
���
You an    each of      ;  .. ���    i     Ired
���      thi . . . :' An' tas  pur-
five days from tho
ation of 'his
,��� . ��� a > ave a or
-   . ��� ��� a lens  I eing     li d
ich pi rio 1.  or in  default  of
n       efon      ri p.-': ation,    I
E    M    Cam ross,   us
ereoi   ni  fei      1   direct  that
bis notii c a r om'
news] a; or pul lished
������a   N'ev    \v- - ���     ���   -. ���    will   | ,���   good
���'     ��� ��� I     ....  '-i -.oof.
��� i...:..i Reglstrj Offlce,
\. i '���.. nstet Province < ' Brit-
Ali Ci .     his 24th daj ol   -Ugusl
\   IA  1906.
C.    S    KEITH
l'l---   ��� Registrar
i.   H   Vili n Ire, Daniel    J     M mr,.
George F  Risti ��� a an i William Thlba
deau.
All i ��� ��� .ii- -i rved �� i'Ii this no
lice, iui! those clawing through or
undei I -a and al) pi rsons i lalmlng
nnj Interesl in tho said land by virtue
loi mn unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming anj Interesl in
;li" saM land t y desi om. whose titl<'
is in i registered under tlio provisions
nf tho Land Reglstrj At t," shall be
-...'..- topi e I a" i debarred from
.: ilng up anj claim to or In respect
of the said Ian I so sold for taxi ��� at
provided bj tbe "Land Registry  \ct."
NOTICE.
Ni ��� i ��������� Is in rei ��� given Ih il SO da; s
. :   date  I  ini'-n I  ���.. maki   ap      i
nn to tbe ! lonni utile Ihe Chii I Com
 .i   Lands  and   Wot    .   loi
a   .    11     'lit und      I a way
���   the  ftillowlni I'd
���   I    la'    (ll "   ' '   ol
1- l        ���      N     \\ .    l'l       i   '       Con  aa   a
���a     . ���   a ������   plan'.   I   on   I   ���'   Ninth
i     i  coi ia       I   ihe   I     0    Patterson
���,   \'..   1093, Ihem ������ Ni rtherly
��� a    |    ...   a '     .    ;   "     V, o: 1        Ml III   tl   .
ih,.ii,,. ;',i a-ii  mi p halm .  11 eit e  Ea_l
SO ,!,;.,        :. ui ia commencement
Staked   SugiiBl   i Ith,  1900.
.1 \ME8 811 _RPB
Mew Westmln ler, D  C
sTg7tidy%~
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS. BOQUET3
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone  _184 or address,  lib  b\v*
oue ami mtii Btreet
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMF3   Mc.KAY,   Proprietor.
Importer Hnd manufactorer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones tie.
Write fnr prices.
New  Westminster.  B. C.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AM) i.M.i.M'
\\ illtlv.
SHIP SMITHING, BKii'i.i-. and
STRUCTURAL  IROM     v\UH {
Ornamental   iron   wor..    -.-
Fences, Gates, Flre i si a,   -   ���
Mail orders and corres;-     '���-.   e In
i  .
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE B 1 Kt-.h. i.
Now Westminster. ij. u. <74.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Nov   Emi ''""s sails Se and
21st     N.uv is the time to make ar-
etits   Por   thai   proi
a. ross the   \'' intic and j ou
vi     travel In style and comf   I and
111  mo   money, For rates and  ra;
.:.,- 6 appl;  to
& I '���'���?
-fi
\ Mm RUSH GRAIN
TO RAILWAY TRAffi
EO. GOULET,
C.  P.   R.   AGENT.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timbcr
cn Dominion Lands in }he P-ovince
cf  British Columbia,
Seale I tenders addressed to the ol
. ���  .-   ��� .. Commissioner of Domin on
Land .   Department   of   the   Inti
and mai ked on the envi Ap"   Tend< r
foi   Tl '.   iiii'h   No    |95,"  uill  lv
received at this Departrai nl until
i,oon .-n Wednesday, the 12th da ol
Septen   er, 1906, for a license to ��� ul
��� i i : on Berth No. 195, sit tate In
iln Province of British Columbia on
Sllvei Rlvi r in aboul Townships '��� and
���I Ranges 25 and 26, Wesl ol tbe 6th
Mei l_lan, i otupa isim-. two bloi li -. do*
scribed as follows:
itio. :, i Commencing al a nol il on
said i Iver on the Southei Ij bi tndarj
nf Tlmbet Berth 189, being bI - ul M
i 2 miles up sal. River fn > Its
i I , lhence up laid lllvet I
i 2 miles in direct dlstam e ��lib a
.;. ;.ih  oi  :.n chains on  the  E i terlj
��� ill-   an.I   7n   i li.iin -   on   the   W ���'  terly
tide '.'    ��� nl   i"1 ��� -nied at rlgl      -   li
' , ... | .an    . .   I     ��� iim;
within   lhe   bloi i.
i 'uniim ui ii
on  said    Ivei   Bboul   10
��� un from the Boutin rlj li in i
... Bloi K I; thetioe up ili earn i t 2
miles in iihoi \ distance wItb n I
. i B0 chains on the Easterlj _lde and
,a . bi In - on the Westei Ij side there,
of, measured al iluht angles tu the
r. net nl beai Ing of i Iver w iiliin the
i loi i. i ii" whole > ontatus an urea
oi ' .i. in  lcies, more or less
Tin' survey i~ to be made within
one yeai ol rei elpl or tendi i
Th" regulations under which a
lb i a a. w ill be iBBued, also printed
forms "i h mloi an.l envelope, mav be
obtained al thlB Departmenl or at the
oftlce  or  Ul.   ciown   Titnbei   Agent
at   Now   Wool minster,  lt.  C.
Each tender must be accompanied
I.i nn m eplod cheque on a charts'red luink In favor Of the Deputj uf
the Minister of the Interior, for tbe
���I'p'oant ol tlio bonus which the appli-
inlit Is prepared to paj tor a license,
No tender by telegraph will be ea*
ti - ��� ilnedi
PERLEY  (i.   KKYES,
Si'oi'i'tary.
iiciiaitnnni of the Interior,
. Ottawa, July BTth, 1906.
Tender  foi   a   License  to  Cut  Timber
en   Dc-  - on   Larufs   in   the   Province  cf   British Columbia.
Si s addressed    io    the '
Timi ei        I   M   . -      am h     Dep i
... and  marked on
tbe '     ��� ' fenders T m iei
Berth   No,   196,"  will  be   recelvi
this Department  until noon on Wed-
y of Octobei   I9i'
, . nsi   to cut tl     ���    ii   Eei th
N'o Lei      - .    i vis-
Si   tlon  17 an i  Legal   ���
division 12 ol Section '"��� In Township
Ci ��� il   Mei i.lia.i. .' induing    '.     . . ol 80 aci c��   mi ri  or
'OSS.
A a   this   ber h   mu -i     i
.   .   within one jreai    r m; thi
it  is grant) d
Tho   I. gulatlons   undei     v li A    <���
Heen ..    ,.        ..  Issued,   al ��o     -i In ��� 1
forms ol   endet aval envelope, maj i"1
obtalm .1 at this Di   art mi nt oi a
i'i:.-" . I the Crown Tin bi i   Vgeu
New   \\. -; minstei.  it.   C.
La. li tend mpanled
].,\ an iccepted cheoue on a chartered
bank In favoi of the Deputj of the
Ministe o the Interior, for thi
an ".'. i . the 1 onus whuh the appli
. am        ,.   ,:, ,i ipi i��� ,-t>  tor a license
N'pi len li;  bj  telegraph "in ' ���   en
��� -.. i,
PERLEY ii   KEYE8,
Secretai j
Departmenl of the Intel loi.
Ottawa,   _ugust 25th, 1906,
'     Ma 'keted    !n    Pr,-, r e     Pi-c
vine's   Co   to   Date   Beats   AM
Previous  Records.
Winnipeg, Ma     Sept. il.���Wheat re-
��� a   Ca adian Pai iii" points took
>. ai ds ��� ���' sterday
hen 31l,0i i     ishi' - were marketed
Manitoba and Saskatchewan farm-
It  is apparent  that one or two
million    : i -' ���  - ���     > heat    will    be
��� te i this ' ea r dm lng a ; ei lod In
eh practicallj   no wheal  was marketed in ila- corresponding Mine last
Up -i todaj there bas been marke>
'   P   i;   | oints a total of vii'.',-
ishel    .     wheal    and    30,000
,   iei   .- othei   giaina     In  the cor-
. ��� a     oi   .,.-.  i ear there
 I l ��� 0 0     -ii"- - of whi it
���   there were
I'he sample I
I to be vi most ol
���'n  gi aln dellvi  ��� :   ��� Ing No   1 North-
-   -i
v        (hi    ;- ...   .. ��� intll'   i '   -?aln
. - : ihip] ed dl   et by the fai mere,
argei   amounl   being   de-
eie.lt    the  elevators,
NOTICE OF MEETING.
nd riCE .'i meeting 5.  ,.6
The Re\ Di Moore of Ottawa, iho
Secretarj and Lecturer ol ib" ran
adian Association for the Prevention
Consumption and other forms of
Tuberculosis, ��iH deliver a lecture on
The Causi and Prevention ol Con
sumption," in ib" Council Cl amber on
Fridaj evening! Sept 7th, al 8 o'clock,
���i in
HI -  Wi rshlp  the   Mayor   will  take
ill.   i bah
i \i  iii.- . lose ol tjie l"' I ..'���' a ��� ol
lei Hon  *\ ill be taken in  aid i
Banl toi lum itni!iiiii_ Fund t
NOTICE.
N.n ice i- '"' >'" _h. n tha    0
.i .���,. i  intend   o
tlon   to   the   Honorable     the
Commli  ii,.    o-   ' .-ai ���   : v..!   w.
. use to cul  and i    i s
awaj   tlmbet   from  the  following  di
.-T'i lands, situate I  noi h easl ol
Pitt   'iK",   N'i \v   Westil   n-i"i.  Distt ���
i i tonuuem Ing al a stake pi knte i ��� a
ihe Roundarj line oi t>onilnion lands
tbeui" noi th 100 chains thence wesl
6i   i hains. thence BWUth   100 oliains to
I boundarj line, thence eesl along
sai,i lino 60 chains to point of com-
n ���  :. . mem.
2, Commencing at a siako planted
ta chains nortA OI Post No. 1, thence
oasi 120 chains, thence north SO
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west SO
(hains to line of location No. 1,
tUeun south in chains to point of
commencement.
FRASE��!I   RIVER   LUMBER  CO.,
J. R. SHARPE,
Secretary.
Stajked September 6th, 1906.
Biq  Minstrel  Show.
!       . an | .    good ���' vaudevill   bill
..-., evei   Bei n  is  ; resi Mi I
' - ,i.  Pringli  - i-' imi us Geor
.  .  Min strei - thai  < ome to the New
p\. . . Instei   opei a   house on   Satur-
the 8th inst
I hi e ia ho   headline" act, each and
��� ���     one is strong enough to be fea
i   with   anj   ' ompanj   or   vaude-
���   tl eater in  America.
Like similar organizations ll  haa a
Part," bul   the "Georglas" give
om    ba   is different from all others.
It i- -'ill of boisterous, lively fun and
��li li   loi a   of ginger.    Tl ���
Duramj Ends" or "chair
- In hi ' In li . eve 'j one is
a worker, and If you want to hear
test !liK is ihe place to ko. An
entire now companj is presented this
si ason and faces tor tbe llrsi time
i.i   this   i>M i it n -.   will   | ,.   -. , -i
V\ i Nichols has charge of the
ind ' eel ot i bes i - \ er ��Ith
���' show.   Prof Fred Simpson
hi ��� ��� ���    ami.
Indeoendent   Teleohones.
Poronto,  B< _t thi      mnuai
��� ��� ��� Ing of the -      at Tei  ihone
��� .    stated that  there
a ...   ;:   indi   endei     ��� ales   In
ida wl eholdi rs, 12,
. : ��� pital
Hon   Colin Camp e     w Innlpeg, told
"i    VI iggle for differejii
bi rvlces trom that  i [ the Bell com-
a .ir . an ....        ���      hopi       .. i
Poll p'i. eg in ��� \' ������ in
Methodists  ProsDerous.
Toronto, Sept. 6     I   i annual meel
in._   ��� .... i   ,,|.
Methodlsl church, was held yesterdaj
The annual statemen -i thai all
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable   for   an   olOce.     Apply   to
C'lia.a. tl. Major,
[claims bail been met ami thnt a surplus of 14,760 remained on band, the
^Jlrsi time the board had i-eon In
such a happy  position    tor    twelve
years.
Lipton Exoects to Sail.
London, Sept. f.. Sir Thomas L'p
ton .xpects lo sail tof the United
States on Septi 21 on the Celtic. Ills Roing to ChHcago, but it is said
that while In New York he probably
| will discuss with the committee of
the Mew York Yacht club the con-
elliiins under which he may again
challenge for the America's cup.
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Transient display advertising, 10
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Notices    of    births,    marriages    or
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TELEPHONES.
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Tasie WINDSOR TABLE
SALT.    Does not "bite"���is not
bitter.     It  is  pure  salt  and
salL   Will not cake.
!l
revived I he project c
tunnelling the Straits
years ago this project was discussed
���.it least, the damming ��� o:' ube
straits: the idea then was to improve
tbe climate of the Eastern coast: the
affording of a passage for railways to
Newfoundland being an additional inducement    Now, however, tbe railway
the  claim   each  year  or  paid   to  the j
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When !
$500  Ins  been  expended  or  p.ii'1.  the
locator   may.   upon   having  a   survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
$1.00 an acre.
__m^mm mm^       Permission  may be granted by the
 J      " , Minister   of   the    Interior   to   locate
lamming   or claims containing iron and mica, also
Ol    Hello   Isle ; copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding  160 acres.
The patent for a mining location 1
shall provide for the payment of a .
Royalty of 2}_ per cent, of the sales I
of the  products  of  the   1...-ation.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and!
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon j
Territory:  Placer mining claims gen
To Keep Salt Dry.
Experienced cooks and housewives
advise putting cornstan b to the salt
to preu'iit it sticking, putting 1
about one-third to two-thirds of 1
salt. Cornstarch in Buch large
quantities of course weakens the
strength of thc salt, b tl I he stii k-
ing and clogging are done away
with, and a little extra supply gives
tlie right taste.
W. R. Gilley. 'Phone !��_-_.
GILLEY BROS
Dealers t_
passage is the great point, and the I ^'"^ i^fce".^^ e"ntty'fc_
tunnel project ls favored. It should Uj�� renewable yearly. On the North
not   be   forgotten   however���the   men I Saskatchewan River claims are either
Offi
who put up tbe money do not forgel
���ihat the traffic must pay :he bill. Is
b.i:   or  bench,   the   former   being   100
feet long and extending between high
In tin
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<__usf^yfcji-TarJ
FRIDAY,  SEPT.   7.   19:6.
RAILWAYS AND  WHEAT.
A correspondent of the Globe, writing from Edmonton, discusses many
things of interest to those who .ire
watching the signs of Canadian progress. Quoting Mr. G. L. Faulkner
of Toronto, and Sir F. Fleming, the
writer favors their opinion that the
Pine river pass is the best route to
the Pacific, and Fort Simpson the Ust
harbor���that is, of course, for a railway taking the northern course. He
contradicts, by the way, although here
he dues not give his authority, ths re-
poris published here to the effect that
tin famous���or, shall we say. notorious'.'���Kaien island agreement has
been kept. In consideration of the*
grant, he says, the company was to
build docks and wharfs, commencing
liy .lime 1 of this year; "but this work
bas not even been started." More
interesting, however, than such speculations is the information that wheat,
averaging 40 and 50 bushels to the
acre is .successfully grown 750 miles
north of Edmonton on tlie Peace river.
The fame of Canada's wheat lands
is spreading fast and far and the result wlll he a greatly accelerated rate
of settlement. In an American paper
we find a very instructive article going pretty fully into the subject, which
shows rhat Canadaejfs now raising
more wheat than any one of the
great wheat state.-, of the republic,
and that two acres in the Canadian
Northwest will produce as much wheat
as three in the L'nted States. We
have also the opinion of the American
writer that Canada today la raising
the finest wheat on the planet."
It C_eds no prophet to forecast the
result of the widespread publication
- of such reports as these.    And when
one remembers that they are accompanied by reports of the existence of
immense wealth in gold, lumber and
coal, it is certain that, fast as tmmi
gration baa  been pouring  Into Cana-
.Ja in the past, few years, it will come
i. -'ill larger volume in the Immediate
future.    That the most of it  will  be
ittracted by the great wheat country-
is beyond doubt, but It Is equally certain that there will be a heavy overflow Into thla  Province, and that all
pans 01 the Province wlll reap a share
eneflt.
The faith of the Liberal governmenl
In Can  la 9 I iture Is fully justified by
The iii'-n  who, two years
ago    . thai ��� he pollc,  of the gov -
ernment spelled ruin for Canada,
woul 1 hardly c tre to e reminded
now of those pessimistic prophecies,
That the mean- of transportation
availabli ��Ul be taxe 1 to the utmost
is quite certain; Indee I the prop es
ol I la- country will oul run the utmost
efforts of the rallwaj builders to keep
abreast of IL
AN INDEPENDENT VIEW.
Referring to the ��tory thai Mr,
Fielding had an eye to Hi" Leadership
of ihe Liberal party, the Tor into
News, an Independent paper with a
taste tor .sharp criticism of the Liberal government, declares that it.
takes no stock in the report. In the
lirsi place, there is reason to believe
thai the slate of Sir Wilfrid's health
Ib satisfactory, nor Is be the "type
(P' man who will shrink from the battle so long as he has Strength lo
handle his weapons:" and there is
no warrant for suspecting Mr. Fielding ol any thing in the way of intriguing 10 supplanl bim. On the
contrary, there has been no trace in
Mr. Fielding's career of "any of the
meaner qualities of the self-seeker."
Sir Wilfrid himself tbe News holds
to he a man "who would hold a distinguished place in any country, and
whosi great and statesmanlike qualities neither partlzan envy nor partlza
detraction can obscure,"
there reasonable prospect of a suffic- and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the Interior.
The leasee's right is confined to the
ient amount of it in this case0 as
the route would be first and chiefly
for passenger and mails, lt is to be
feared that the answer will be
nega: :\ ���'
o '
Meat  Insurance In  I'aiy.
The insanitary stabling of cattle
in Italy and consequent tuberculosis
have developed a new form of insurance.    A company has boon established insuring butchers against
condemnation  of beet'  by sanitary
inspectors.     Butchers  pay   to  th:.-   J
company a premium for each bead   *-----���
of cattle slaughtered in the muniei-1
pal abattoirs or for carcasses brought
there for inspection, and if the meat
is  condemned   the company  reimburses the dealer and retains tho
carcass.
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. c. lottery C o. sewer pipe  ����
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl
ice, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. De
'Phone M
Advertise   in   The   News
S eaking of  the
',"
brti
a Ig delegation .ss. th it ������ ire i 10
conn���of M P.s ami senators ou' to
iln- Coast, the Armstrong paper want
i ' know "where the   lelegatlon is going  to  get off at."    :t haa no  use for 'submerged beds or bars  of  the river
the  fashion  of  running visiting  dele-' below any low water mark, an.l  sub-
gatlons down to the .--oast citlee and
then sending them Last again with
the Impression that they have seen
British Columbia. When one of 1 he
delegates after returning home happens to hear of the "fine fruit of
tht Okanagan," it would not have him
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty >ame as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 230 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general   direction   of   the    creek     or
BURNABY CORPORATION.
Sale oi Lands ty Public Tende
r.
some   par; of Stanley   Park   that   lie
l.a.l  overlooked  seeing   while   at   the
coast."
PoNllllllllllUK     l.llll'l.
A correspondent of the Loudon Times
raises the point that, while a libel upon  0ne extra day allowed for each addi
'think   the   Okanagan   to   have   been   gulch, the  width being from  iooo to
2000   feet.      All   other   placer   claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are mark-."! by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
rtiies of the mining recorder's offic
a dead man may form the subject of a
criminal prosecution, yet there is no
ledress whatever for a UM by theileutl
upon tbe living. Thus a testator may
so phrase his will as to libel a legatee
ami injure him to an extent far in excess of bis legacy.    The writer cites as
an Illustration the following bequest
from an ardent teetotaler to a moderate
drinker: ' I give and bequeath to A P..
tbe sum of ��50 upon condition that she
signs the pledge." Such a condition Inserted in a will, be believes, might do
the lady legatee an amount of damage
for which ��.ri0 would be but poor compensation, and be submits that in cases
of    posthumous    libel    the   .executors
tional ten miles or fraction.
The  person  or  c impany   staking a
claim  must   hold  a   free   miner's  cer-.
tificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aan.l if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-'
put on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee StO. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
should "be answerable in damages".-tte i bar .d,iggii?gs, or ,bench c!?}ms' ex,cept
extent  of  the   testator's  estate.
Notes.
Law
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
the  lessee  can   dredge  to  high-water
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ mark on each alternative leasehold.
_��lmru, The  lessee  shall  have   a  dredge in
Meekness Is Imperfect if it be not ! operation within one season from the
both active nnd passive, loading us to , datf ot" the lease for each five miles
Buhilue our own passions and resent- , but where a person or company has
ments ns well as to bear patiently tbe obtained more than one lease one
passions and resentments of others.- 1 dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
*r��9ter- tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
r**"^^*^~"���"^"^^"^ I per annum for    each    mile    of river |
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after  it  exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the  Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be '
granted to a free miner for - term
20 year.v, also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the,
 [submerged  bar  or  bars   m   the   river
below    low    water    mark, that boun-
For   Sale-.Second   hand   buggy,   road   dary to be fixed by its position on the
cart  and   harness.     W.   H.    Madill, ! 1st day of August in the year of the
1 date of the lease.
The  lessee   shall  have   one  dredge
in   operation   within   two   years   from !
The Council -having obtained an Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned
ties, invite tenders for the purchase of the same.
THE CONDITIONS OK SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
111.    All tenders to he in writing, antl addressed to tne at Box 34, New \\ ���  tn ins-
ter, duly sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land."   They must be mailed in sul
time to reach the post office mentioned on or before 1 o'clock on Friday, the E.-' di
Sept., 1906.
(2). Each tender must lie accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
10 per cent, of the total purchase money. Such deposit will lie applied toward.- a e firsl
payment of purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and in case*of non-accepted
tenders it will be returned.
(3). In all cases where the total purchase money does not exceed $50, easl   vitl
15 days of acceptance of tender, will be required.
(4). In cases where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within L5 da; -,
one-third within 0 months and one-third within 12 months, in each case reckoni:ig from
tiate of acceptance of tender, with interest at the rate of 0 per centum per annum, will
be allowed upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement for Sale ; or the whrle an ounl
may be paid at once.
(5). Title will not be given until completion of purchase.
(6). The Council do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any tender.
B. G. WALKER. 0. M. C.
Office hours: 9.30 to
P. 0. Address-Box 24, New Westminster, B. C.
Wanted���For Hindoo labor apply to
Lash  Man  Sing. N'o.  56  Millsid-".
Wanted at Once���Quick, active, energetic boys From 15 to 20 years
of age. Apply personally, Western
Canadian Can Factory, Sixth street.
rare A. Speck, Columbia street.
Wanted���Active,     intelligent     lads
date of the lease, and one dredge
for cutting 5,000 io 10,000 cords of
shingle iml's. Apply to the Fr i ir
River  Lumber Co,
about eighteen years of age, at FruitI Un  each  ,-ve  miles within  six ye^r5,
Cannery, Front street. frora 8Uch j^e.    Rental $ioo per mile
  -���-   Yukon   Territory   to   be   paid   to   the
Wanted     V   once.     Men   i.o   contract   comptroller.
No frce miner shall receive a grant
of   more   than   one   mining   claim   on
each   separate   river,   creek   or   gulch,'
but tlie  _ame  miner  may  hold  any
number   of   claims   by   purchase,   and
free   miners   may   work   their   claim
iu   partnership   by   filing  notice  and
P lying   fee  of  $.'.     A   cl iim   may  be
abandoned  and another obtained  on
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal  ,|"'   8ame   > ���"'',:'   Sulcll   ��r   riv<-r'   ''>'
of Minerals on Dominion  Lands in   giving  notice and  paying  a  fee,
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories      u'"rl<   m"s'   1"'   done   on   a   claim
and the Yukon Territory, ''���'"'h year to the value of at least $300,
A certificate that work has been
COAL--Coal lands may be pur- abandoned, anad open to occupation
chased at $io per acre for soft coal and entry by a free miner.
��� ind $.'o for anthracite. N it inure Berths on their sleepers are longer,
than 320 acres can be acquired by one higher and wider than in similar cars
individual or company. Royalty at on any other line. They protect
the rale of ten  cents per ton  of  2000 | their trains by the  Block System.
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
The boundaries of a claim may be
 defined absolutely by having a survey
.���,.���,    ,, f       ���  , made   and   publishing   notices   in   the
QUARIZ-Persons     of     eighteen   V||kon   q^,   q^"^
years and over and joint stock com-     Petroleum-All  unappmpiated  Do-
paniw holding free miners  certificates  minion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
may obtain entry lor a mining loca- west Territories and within the Yukon
j  ,on' Territory, are open to prospecting for
A free miners certmcate is granted , Petroleum,  ^^^^ minister may _r_c-
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, ami from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
serve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on  the land to be
prospected, an area of iq_o acres for
such   period   as   he   may   decide,   the
length of which shall not exceed three
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ times the breadth.     Should the pros-
A   free   miner,   Having   discovered | pector  discover  oil   in   paying   quan-
mincral in place, may locate  �� claim   titles, and satisfactorily establish such
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the i discovery, an  area not exceeding 640
same   with   two  legal  posts,  bearing acres, including the oil well, will be
location  notices,  one  at  each  end  of j sold to the prospector at the rate of
the line of the lode, or vein. $1 an acre, and the remainder of the
,,,,       ,  .       , . , .   I tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
Ihc claim shall be recorded within ! wil| 1)c g0,d .,t th, rate of $3 fl��� ^^
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles   sllbj(,ct (o roya]ty at s(|ch ratc ��� may
'I'be quickening Of the spirit of enterprise iiii over Canada whieh Ifl
one   resull. of  the growing  time,   has
of a mining recorder's ollice, one additional   day   allowed   for   every   additional  ten   miles  or  fraction.     Thc
fee for recording a claim i.s $5.
At least ifiioo must be expended 011
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister  of the  In
terior.
Dept. Interior.
Sale
Description
of Land.
1
Approximate Size.
Assessed Value
a.s per Roll of
1906.
...-
No.
District
Lot.
It lock.
Subdivision.
|no.o!
j Lots
Measurements or
Acreage
in ore or less).
] ��� el ;
1
L1
17
1
1
I.D.i  aeres
$65 per .'tore
$70   iet a
'>
28
1
all.     117
2
60ft x lat fi each
25 per loi
a
1
6
(South)
(South)
(South)
{.Som lu
4
1
L'i)
Ll
1 I.l ll
1
I
1
60ft  x ir.i ft each
r,ort x i:,i f; each
ill x L32fl
iid x lroi't each
25  per lot
La   per   lot
25 per loi
26 tier   lot
10 . ���
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; ,
-
LD
1.
7 ts s. Pari I
'1
dl x 1 idi'i each
ai per bn
8
LD
1.
in
I
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30 per lm
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:i
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1.
Ln
1
68 x 1 ion
30 per lot
10     ������:   1"'
LO
29
1.
1*., 7, s,  Pari  L"
3
02 x  1 lOfl each
ID   per   lot.
," 1 *     ' r ' A
Ll
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1,
D.   10.   11
'1
li x iLLfi each
ID   per   loi
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12
29
A
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1
lal    X    1 l.il'l
Ila   per   llll
er loi
13
30
.   to    11'.   pSp-O
us 'o  113
l'i
Hi) x 113 i'i each
-a  per loi
A     lol
11
30
:: to 1:1. <ve
11)1
1
66 x   U3_l
.'la   per   loi
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L5
Hi
30
all
:: to ID. ,-e
29
320 to ::;i
1.1
iiii \   hlm each
L  aires                         m
L". per lot
70 per acre
l'l   per Iiii
IT
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i.l  and 62
in
1
76   x   l.'lLl't
.
IS
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1
L to 14
11
mi x I32fl each
L.'i   per  lot
IH
53
12
1   lo   is
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mi x  132ft each
20 per lot
L'l    ���
_0
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20
1   lo   IS
IS
mi x i.ili'i. each
lh per Nn
20  , !   '
L'l
o.t
-1
1 to IS
IS
68 x LiLit each
20 per loi
Tl        ||
De
....
1   lo   Is
18
66 x  illi'i each
lh per lot
.
l;
53
28
1   lo   1 1
11
66 x  I32fl each
LU  per lot
'
-i
33
1 to 7
1
'i'i \ li;.:'; each
lo per loi
J.,
2
53
34
1 lo 7
'
Hit  x   L65fl I'm'.
25  per lot
-
t;
_ J
35
1   '0  s
s
ns x  Hiai'i each
L'i per loi
L ���
27
til
I
:   la    ID
s
H; -.  ,.i>i,:'! each
LD   per   I.n
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lis
?1
1 South 1
17
1
Cl'   X   IDSUI'I   oaell
20 per lot
20
I'll
'.it
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20
1
a I'-      X     I.Vll't
lo per lot
_' ���
30
'.11
-
1    in 1   L
L
ai'i,  x  155ft each
lo per lot.
-a    pi  '
'.]
Dl
2
"
1
66 x  L08V_tl eaeli
LO per lot
20   ler ' 11
...
'.it
9
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::
iiii  x   luSi'ri  oaell
LO per lot.
20  a .���
:::\
lit
-
7  to   ID
1
66 x lOSVsft each
LO per bu..
20 pei
::i
91
7 and S
1
1
DU x L01 ft
2D  per bit
25 per
35
1)1
7 and S
.". 1
2
dd x 204ft each
Lr, per lot
26 poi  lol
:'ii
111
7 and S
5, ii
O
IDL  x   ison. each
L5 per lot
26 pei  '
117
91
7 and S
8, D,   IL to LO
U
102 x   ison each
25 per lot:
25 i'"   ''
38
39      .
1)1
IH
1. _ 1 Central
3 and  1
;i
L  aeres
.ri:i',_ x iLii'�� each
(ID per aero
LD   per   lot
70 per acre
! 1. 2, 3
L   ' 1
ID
1)1.
:i and  1
���
1
ID x   lil.aft
LD  per   lot
ng .,.,  |o
11
DL
3 and   1
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6
iii x I65fl each
LO   per  lot
20  ;. 11
IL
1)1
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tt
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LD   nor   lot
lh per 1 il
1 1
II
111
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II. I.".
ID
L acres
.as  x   tr>r>ft  each
50 per acre
L0 per lot
50 per " "_
1                           /
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Iii
Dl
in
L
1
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20 yer lot.
20 pei
46
Dl
Hi
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l
as  x   Hiai'i  eaoh
LD per lot
LD pe
IV
lis
Dl
91
17,   IS
20 1.0 :t
L aeres
5 acres
aii per acre
50 per acre
all pei
50 ser .""
49
Dl
26
I  and 2
2 ,
58   x   lllal'l.  each
Lil per lot
20 i"'
all
Dl
_U
2 and :!
2
68  x   L66ft eaeb
lo per lot-
LD   pel   lol
51
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so per acre
80 per aero
ro
DS
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in
Ll
50
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91.100  of acre
I acre
Dlj aeres
vo per acre
SO per acre
ll per acre
sin per acre
so per acre
22   p II'   HCt'O
55
itio
W"/.
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25.74 acres
1) por acre
50 i"';
The location of the properties may be seen on the maps either at the Municip
Hall or at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors. ���H'.'i.
THE DMH   NEWS
The Cash Store
Local News Briefly Told
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to
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ready-made good    lo nol
w.. I like '      ive you .-������ > them����� "���...;  them  and  are
you'd   ������       id to wea    me
New Coats of Fine. Imported. V aim.51- T*;eds in I -.    and medl
um gray, with, fine overchei ���-.   md -   tone effect Some
have velvet 1 illars and Un n In shoulders, seams well
piped; othe - ot heavier * . ���-.- have ao lining ln
shoulders        are    ist   1- -i       made all that and nearly
every one bas a slightly pleat in the back. This line is $15.50
V\ ������ have ot iei -     -- expenstv.
va! others more expensive���
So ' an suit   .���      iurse
 $12.75. $16.50  and $7.00
$16.50.  $18.50,  $_0.00.  $25.00
New Suits of F.ne Shadow Check   Tweeds  In   Iron   gray,  greenish
graj and ruddtgore gray�����i il     -man suit is of iron
gray with velvet collared c ia having three pockets, pleate.
skir': another Is of greenish graj without collar, but with
collar effect if green cloth, - ri bavins nee pleats; anothei
s;ii:  i-   .���'   .... wn aud  ��hll ie  I chei .  with collarless
coal   and  pleated skirt-���The       'ears     '   me price .      . $18.50
\\o  have   (there less expensive and others more   expensive
bul all are good value, whether $10.90 or $30.00
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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death had overtaken li   neai   he Et,
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.. . Ln the cltv\  yesterdaj  afternoon,   beconilni! a   sen,':,   iffenee    to  the
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: re returning east    He la registered  aiu paas��r��-bj and a numbei ol kicks
at  the Depot hotel were ragtat-red al the civic    health
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THE CASH
CLOTHIER
Mrs   Ri   ���"      wie   of   Rev,    v   1-'
Roberts, secretarj p'l the H C   Metho
II -' p a . .-a...- died al hev b ime al
Vipi.iT.a on Wednesdaj al er a short
11 :.. ��� fhe "'. alns ��111 ' e Interred
todaj
I'he Vani >uvei p-opia believe thetr
icrosse players h.,\e al '.asi struck
a winula-; gait an.i a large number of
them will be al Qut_sn's Park lomor
lam (Saturday! afternoon to encourag
their team
\ telegram waa receiver yesterdaj
afternooo hj v i-' White, gecnetarj
ol the board of trada, trom Captain
r H Wornaop, Informing hlm thai
he would be unable to come over here
lo  alien.I   the   _l_eU_g   or   New    \\ e ���(
minster busltveas men ��bii-ii h.-ut been
called for this afternoon al his re
qu-si Captain Wornaop Is al presenl
In Victoria, i".i win remain there for
thc next  taw days
VJlp wwwtar-ivl  j>rttcii��s-a ol   I'ana.ta  i-  i'ptn-.tm(-p>t  t��r   (ti#  (����� (   ih��(   the
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FNE STOCK OF NKW        |
SCHOOL
BOOKS
The rough weather In the gulf caus ''"' Christian, a pioneer settler of
o :  a  nutuuei   ot river  vessels to lie Kelowna, was In tha cltj yesterdaj OB
.n,i al  Steveston from Tuesdaj  morn hla waj  to Victoria, where he Intends
lng until yesterdaj morning when Uie l'   ramalo   foi   a   te\��   weeks      Mr
wind had abated and the heavj swell Christian reports  the  crops    around
had soniewhai  subaldad                  ' Kelowna aa being i-arj   plentiful this
year    Up' also  itataa : h o  the Okan
lhe halibul steamer Squid came In ���,..,���  ,,,������.,,   ...   ,,,,,   attracting  the
to   porl   yesterdaj   with   a  cargo  ot .,i:���,,|j,���,   ,,.   intending   settlers,  and
"" >������-- of  halibut   foi   the B , ,.���,,i���  .,,���   coming    l_   dallj    troai
''    Puckers     rhe   trip  waa   a   verj Manitoba and the eaatern provinces
��� ��� ii mj one an,i for u number ol daj ������-
iiu' boni  we' laid up on account of The decoration committee ol times
rough weather '.'Million   hoard   In   progri -'ins;   satis
fai th iu  in ii ������ art Binreti ent ��� foi lhe
Vpiilleatlims  for  a, a. e  111   the  a ,i I    . ,,   , , ..
I'i'aiiiifiina oi the ell'  on ti'.' .'I'm ���
ciilturii    . illdliiM   ire  - omlng In very
Lrnpldl;  and all su I) atl available stalls    .
have   ii en    'a nl 'a. "t    eii mn i
iiipldh     I'led.       l'lie ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_^^^_^
llimlll l           la.'   II    1 It    CO    Iti. v
 ih bti .   promise   to   be   pai    ,,.,,���. , ,    ,
lus Id ti llj offi rod to        I   it he h	
Ill'lllll md thla vein , ,.,
nir)   i.i��"i   ire     ���    .    ��� |he  .lo
, iin |  in ,. buying   tu" dollai   '"'.|l "��l lha an li lis ��� n il yel I een de
....',i   : ������ .     a-    ..  ,, i   of  theli   elded upon ��
a. iuai  ialua i. u ii.i   i ��� in store foi B
lo'iiiit   Sweel   ion. am    purtai   ul B
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Ion of the fall     ll  has bepti d-dded   -J
100 ' oi.-. it, i..   i . win '.,. placed  V!
^I_itv��i   "t thatighi >t.U  *"���' 0   l��l ������������� intimate frienrt**
yirglnlm    "W* vv#p | o* ������". *w.>_   l-.O ... aat  now."
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THE RIGHT KIND OF SCRIBBLERS,
EXERCISE BOOKS, PADS, PENCILS,
RUBBERS,  ETC.
j. J. MACKAY & CO.
|,a,.;.!,.   I ||,i  I III  lal,.'   i.|\au'..iui
I.,., two days llodnj an morrow)   lh" l'11""""' Victoria was In 1 llj   v
or .1 iston's in.'. Bald    Tha lasi  of "'"'"'������'> renewing ... q ial  win.  8
iho  bargalti   iioeh   m to   al     uld r,l"n'"    "" W:" ' u"u  ''""*'"   S
|   i���waii   pri vei  asked. "'""' "" "'" T'"'""'     '"" ',|""""  8
Victoria ii a. 1 in> presenl time In drj   ���������
VI   12 no yesterday    lha  ��t-amer ,1,1,1,  a,i   KsquUualt, having   Ita hull k
1 mui.-i it continued Its jotirnej  to lhe scraped and ueoeaaarj   repairs made.  5
i.'uo,,.i river mills In order to taka on |   Bavoral ot the oltj telephonea wera S
1 ii a cargo ol lumber    rhe 11.'a.-on oni ,,r htialuaa yeatertiaj    Soma ware 18
Hurl, lum now received Ita full com   btixalng In auoh a mannai thai no one 18
uiinieiii of lumbal and wlll nmeuce could hoar through   ����m ..mi oibers
provisioning In readiness Wi galling!  ��,.,,, in aoma wav charajad with elue   S
trlolij to such an extent thai a num   S
1
Truffle Manager Blewai t, of the 11.
r iu, K 1 io look a t1aj oft yeaterday.
-iiii'H-       STATIONERS       NfWS DIALERS    J .,IUI\  weul  oul  ahootlng on  Nlcomen
���. ���.��1.1 laland    He raturnaj during the after
________ 1 n wiib a bag of twenty tlva grouse,
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i! staff
bar Of Un.so who tteio LIBltIg 1 hem nufl-
laliH'd    s'lvoi*   sboelis
"The Milwaukee"
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||f A T_PI ITI?        We hlive not only the Ilir^'Sl ������'     Chicago,  "Short  Une"   Omaha  to
AN li  II    MlV 1   1      f   -f-,  .1-   nf  WATCHFS ?!        <   WlillniiT.'mplemiui.   MlnlBl r      Hiicago,   "80WI1     West     Limited'
YYAI Ll     LU Slot  inlam -nue  _rriv��d   In   Van-I    Kansas City to Chk.tc.
fsole  agency  for the
n   the   City,   but also have the   81 toUV��77Ml��Kr��d"lS���� ��   brief!    N"   */��������>��   the   service   on  any
^^^      ^^^m .......       ��� i    .   .      ..      ,.    u  i   no.    railioad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
HAM1L- fi '  """'"'"���   f('-' "..' ('a. im tjity.     , lhat oJ the Ch.c i  Mil
j,, ,mi .     ..       lmj��� i A n herofVaiwouvora-ltlBenaaiet waukfe & St  Paul RaUw8^    Th
TON WATCHES which for accurate  time Keeping 6  m.   Temtlemaii al  tie atatico and mvt1 :im, operate their own sleeping
filauw   him   llfgly mi   his  way   to Vic-' ,oid dining cars on alll their trains and
jjj I torlfl give  their   patrons  an   excellence  of
V, I I service not obtainable elsewhere.
A sIIkIii   flre broke out yesterday
cannot he beaten.
W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, Ihe Jeweler, Columbia St.
���M       a   Bllgm   me   nruiie  om yuowrutw | H   S  ROWE. General Agen|	
W   morning  In  the  kitchen  of the Cos-   tJ< Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.   >>>>>>:>��X����*:��CCCC<0>>:o_��l
Wiih a feeling of pride, m well m pleasure, w&
now announce ths arrival of our _Cen's Suits for
Fall and Winter wear,
Our Garments an. far superior to the ordinary
���oi*1 thai eonfronl you everywhere, and they
come to us directly from the workshops of the
World's most noted Makers.
There's many a n<nv turn in the Fall Fashions,
and we feel sure that you will be interested in
every detail.
We shall take pleasure in showing you all the
fresh ideas and style kinks, and we will drop a
hint by saying that there is nothing like making
your selections early, before the very best things
have been chosen.
Very truly yours,
H. L. DeBECK
The Cash Clothier
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M_Mt__itaMwrtlMiiiiii ���iiiiiiijgwiniBiiiii n-Kwmiii'kniiij inti rJm THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,   SEPT.
1906.
Win $15Q in Gold!
Reichenbach  Company,  Limited
PRIZE
CONTEST!
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.
IMPORTAINT--A11 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.
I 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 19.10 daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.::,. Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JLAN'CTION.
Lv.   N.   VA   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.2',.
Ar.   N.  W.   9.15,   10.30,  IS.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL,
l.v. Ni w V.   stminster 6.30 a. ni.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY,
Lv. X. V.'. 9.j'i a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Sei.tA.e, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. " p, in. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.in., and 4 p.m.
G. N. it.���PORT GUICHON.
I.v. N.  V,'.  9:35 a.m.;   ar.  Guir-hoa
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. in.; ar. N. W.
I : I".   a   ::,.   an I   6   ,..  in.
Mondays only.
li. C.  ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
l.v. New Westn Inster 5.50. 6.50, l
and S a. in., ,n.il e\. ry half hour thereafter till 11 p. _u.
Lv.' Vancouver for  Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Reaver���
Frnm X. V,'. Mnn. Weil. Kriil. 8 a.m.
From  Chwk.   Tu.,  Th.,  Sal.,  7  h.m
Ramona���
Frnm N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. si n.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. dally, 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.
Rlthet.���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
East Burnaby  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pin. 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 X fl. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     !
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect; at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'-iily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave
Q.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m.
CMC a.m.
Day Train
.. Spokane
...Rossland
. .. Nelson   ..
Arrive
.715 P-m.
.4.10 p.m.
6.45 P-m.
H. A. J-',   K SON.
 H Close,
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm
Received.
m.^.ph ,.,. ^p,,���...,...��� ���_, 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside. .10.00 p.m. 10.30 a,m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m
Van. ��fc Ceni. Park...l0,30 a._Q. 2 p.m.
Victoria..  .
..10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK TIIE TICKET AGENT
Ti 1 SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE?
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
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 witli
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day couches and bullet, library and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
�����20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltlth Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
1 Subject  to change wittiout   notice.)
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. Huh.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept.. 13tb.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vance.iver,
Sept. 2lst.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
.Se,,t. 23rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct  2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct, 4th.
Princess May leaves Vance iver.
Oct   12th.
'VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at 1  p. in.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m
on Wednesday and Mondays
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunda. at 1:30 p, in. Sal-
unlay ai  2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at II p. m. on 1st,
Tth, Huh and 36th of each month foi
1 Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic-
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way  points. Leaves Victoria on  20t.n
i of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 3 p. ni. nnd Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Baturday at
7 ti. in.; Friday at 0 a. ni. additional
trip Sal urday 5 p.  m.
UPPER FRASER  RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, s a. m.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a. in. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
landings   between   New
and Chllllwack.
Wi  tminster
NORTHERN  B.  C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. 111., 2nd
and liitb of each month, calling at
Slddegate on first trip aud Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival aud
departure  are  approximate,
For reservations and Information.
call or address
FD. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J,  COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
W. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight De��t.,
New Westminster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and   first-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:25.
Imperial Limited, leaves at 17:20.
> o	
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. (nj 4 r
Sept. 8, 9, & 10   yS<\.\j
Good till Nov. 30th.
���
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New West 11:Inster
or
E. J.  COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger- A(_*nt,
Vancouver.
Synopsis   or   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion I..'inds with-
��� in the Hallway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who la thn sole head of a family,
or any main over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally al
the local land offlce for the dlstricl in
which the land i.s situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of thc following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the require- j
ments as to residence may be satisfied !
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(.1) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by bim in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent,
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Northern Pacific!
.�����t 1
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train,   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANN ALL POINTS FAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtiori call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, Ii. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore A. G,    A
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally I NEW Dally
Leave' WESTMINSTER! Arrive
9:20 am Blaine, _telllng-j3:'C0 pm
4: 35 pm ham       Hurling 9:55pm
|ton.   Mt.   Ver-I
'non,     Everett
Seattle and
Portland,
4:25 pm Spokane,      St. 3:00pm
|PauI    and    alll
points   Fast.      |
9.20 am|Anacortes,        J3:00 pni
IWoolley,     and)
JRockport.
3:00 pm Vancou ver ;il: 20 am
9:55 pm |_:35 pm
l.v. New Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p, m. \:-. Guichon
6 p. in., Mondaj. We ine-.i.n.
Friday.
8:46 a. in. ar. from Guichon,
9:30 a. ui. i.v. for Vani ouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St Paul, Winni
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, Sl
Louis and  all   points  Ea It,
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, etc.
call on or address,
F. C, MEYERS, Agent,
Bank ol Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B, C
S. G. YERKES, A. G, P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
The WtutePass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS ATI IN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail
express and freight connect wjt|j
Stages at Carcross and White Horse
maintaining a through winter service'
For information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,   Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Anil all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAKI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NKW YORK and
; PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAjX.
:Assislant Gen'l Passenger and Tickei
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A. O. U. W.���PR4SER LOCGE No. S
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FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115,   SONS  OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
Red K"so Degree meets Second and
Fi irth Wednes la; of each month,
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tin ������ nui place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invite.! I-I. B. Stlnch
combe, Pres., H   Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099.  I.O.F.
Mi   ts the Fourth Fridaj   in the
month  at  8 o'clock,  In the .mall
Oddfellows'   block.     VlsltliiR
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Maxwell, it. S.
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NEW   WE-TMiNHItH    IJH''.NCH
F. B. LYLE, Mnimi.0i.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808.
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are hei I on the Second
im 1 Fourth Tin- 11' a of each month
m i p, m. in ihe Oddfellows' Hall,
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly Invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.I
F. P. Maxwell, Sei'.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meel every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. in., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited to nt-
tend, Geo. Burr, S, C; N- R Brown
Set.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
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60NS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Ar-
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
camp, 191^���Meets on th_ Firsl and
Third Tuesday of every month >n
K. of p. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; j. j. Forrester, Rae See.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY  SURGEON,
'���'������ of Manchurian fapanese Am.;.
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Office, m Wesbaiute Hyt.ViKHW, B.C.
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Office PhaBe 2666.        t a.m  t
RICHARDS &  PRINGLE'S J. |~||   |\|   |  Y
FAMOUS
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
, Manufniitui ers erf
I Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
it
! Thc C-irruthcr** Mi-nt-facUiting Co.
I VANCOU C.
Matv-i   <
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Comedians singers Aa     Aerated Waters,
Dancers     Acrobats tvr^^^^^^���
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tn l- "';' ���. b  "    -6_r_ j wnt s_c---_
If  there   were  fewnr  fools  In   tlm.
world sumo of us woulil find om
patlon ftone.
Hood  talkers rarely  make smth  nn
effort for your benefit alonn.
Oeorgeous    scenic    and. electrical j    Family Tr_��Je a Specialty.
] ���- 113- Offloe' E,9"th ���*���* j    a summer resorT Is a place where
Tickets on sale at H. Ryall's drug j Tm, t\nc\ all the modern Inconveniences
Uttfre "u Thursday morning. I      NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.      j at un luimod-fli--price.
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���__���_���_____������_ TME DAILY   NEWS
FRIDAY,   SEPT.  7
1906.
' REASONS WHY___________^
1. We .an give you entire satisfaction.
2. V.'e have the most complete Btock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
4. We Bell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES,
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
U.B .SSE TEAM WILL
GET DOWN TO BUSINESS
I
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE i
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
Cheap Fuel  COKE Cheap Fuel
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get vour orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered.
H. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone 150
.CALL ON.
SAYS G. N. R. STATION
r.A-Muir&Co.       IS OPEN MANY HOURS
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block.
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
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.
General   Agent  Takes     Excection     to
Kick   Registered   By   Alderman
in   Council.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St, New Westminster.
11-2 Storey Dwelling
in West End: six rooms; good build-
in:-.-:   two full  size lots in lawn and
garden.
Price $1150
Terms: $500.00 cash; balance to suit
at C per cent.
l'_ story. live room dwelling en
Agn< s street (Central) lot 23x66. Price
tl 050.00. '!��� rms: $300.00 cash; balance  at  i.  per cent.
Thi statement that :here is no one
at the (A X. R. depot for the greater
part   of   the  day   is  incorrect,"   said
F. ('.   .Meyers, genera)   agent   of  the
G. N. il.. yesterday, when spoken to
on the subject of the kick registered
against the company at the council
meeting the previous evening. "And
it seems to me as if the alderman
who s.ijd that the station was closed
until the train was almost due to
arrive did not know very much about
it. According to the rules in force
amiong asll railway corporations on
this continent, the station agent
must be at the depot at least half
an hour before train time, and in the
case of the New Westminster branch
of the G. N. R., the station agent i6
always on duty a long while before
the required half hour. The:-.-, does
not seem to me to . e very much
reasi n for kicking."
When questioned about the station
agent's hours at the depot, Mr.
Myers explained that the agent went
out at half past eight in the morning, and remained there until twelve
o'clock, when he closed up the station
to go out to lunch. Returning at two
o'clock, he remained on duty until
six, when lie absented himself for a
couple of hours. The agent was always at the depot in the evenings for
about an hour previous to tl_e adver-
tised arrival of the train, and he had
"Hen to remain iheie until eleven
o'clock, or even later, when the train
happened to be lat*. An intending
passenger had to arrive at ihe depot
station very early Indeed to find ihat
the agent was not there before him.
(I. W. Snyder, local station agent,
when questioned as to whether people had to stand outside while he
was away, replied that it was a very
rare thing for him to find anyone
waiting when he arrived at the depot
during the day. Mr. Snyder explained
that he Ment most of his time at the
station, and that It was very seldom
closed  for any length of time.
Executive   Committee    Discusses    Arrangements for Saturday's Match
and    Future    Practices.
The executive oi the New Westminster lacn ss club held a meeting at
Ryall's office last evening, when ar-
rangements ler Saturday's match
with the Vancouvers were discussed,
other matters were also dealt wi;h.
(hi*: among them being the question
of the a, .lain; ment of an additional
trainer for the plajers. The trainer
has nol yel been chosen, but Mr.
Kyall has 1 een instructed to r ive one
on duty early next week. The ch Ice
is left entirely in his hands.
hi future all pers ins not actually
engaged in lacrosse games will be
A_i.ll;. excluded from the dressing
'. oms. There has I .ten far too much
license given in th. past to anyone
who wished entei the dressing
rooms for the purpose of mcveiy looking al the players, and the executive
has decidi 1 tl at it is time that a
stop be , .' ti this , ractice. These
people have been getting into the
looms for s-o long that there is no
longer any privacy foi thi playe s,
while tiieii well meant, but often ill
advised recommendations to the ; lav-
ers are ni longer n> > led. Beginning
with the next game, the dressing
room will le kept closed I i ..II except players.
The team will continue to practice
next week on the usual day.-. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, but
the practice will commence earlier
i.i the evening, an, a iight supper
wil] be ; rev: led for tbe : 1 tyers at
the park.
.lohn Reid, chairman of tbe lacrosse
committee of the exhibition board,
was present at the meeting, and informed the executive that he was not
yei ready to report on tii*- progress
of the negotiations entered Into in
connection with games to be played
during the exhibition, (ither business
matters between Mr. Reid and the
executive were proceeded with, the
details of which were not made public.
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Last Call Issued.
A last call bas been issued by
Johnston's Big Shoe House and the
big bargain sale of boots and shoes
which has been on for the past month
will positively come to a close on Saturday night. Today and tomorrow
there will be unprecedented snaps in
footwear.
New   York   Yacht   Wins.
.Marblehead, Mas.-,., Sept. 6.���Today's
race, the third of the series between
German an I American yachts for the
Roosevelt cop was won by the Vim
owned by Commodore Park of the
American Yacht club of N'ew York.
The Vim was the winder of yesterday's race, the secon<i of the _erie_.
The victory of the New York yacht
today was made certain a mile and
a half from the finish ly the withdrawal of the Auk owned by Charles
Frances Adams, of Pos'.cn and the
winner of the first rate, because she
fouled the Vim. The withdrawal obviate:! t!:e usual "ontcst ever a protest
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St.    Phone 86
Cordwood
For Sale
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
To   Fix   Responsibility.
Philadelphia, Sept. 6.���To determine i
the responsibility of. the directors of
the wn ��� ��� i Real Estate Trust company, the aha::.- of which have afford! i -ii- ti -a.- -...- over a week,
S ate Banking C i missii ner Berkey
came hi re to laj and appointed as
special ban,-: examiners, Charles M.
Voll mi and Meyer Goldsmith, expert
registered accountants, who with the
consent oi Receiver Earle, will begin
a iberough examination tomorrow of
the assets an 1 liabilities of the con-
cei ii.
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Gorhpers Says  It's False.
Lewiston, Maine, Sept. 6.��� Presldenl Samuel Gompers ol the American Federation of Labor opened his
campaign tonighl In opposition to the
re-election of Representative Little-
field. He declared thai the statement
of Speaker Cannon that members of
the American Federation had been assessed to cany on the campaign
against Mr. Littlefleld was false.
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More   Ships Go   Through.
Saiill Ste Marie. Mich.. Sept. 6.������
The total freight tollage lbrough the
Soo canals during August was 7.1I43,-
727 tons, almost a million tons more
than in Augusi 1905. The total for
the season up to September is close
on to thirty million tons, an increase
of over four million tons for the 6an_e
period of last  year.
RE Of SOME fORCE
in the community. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is, Make up
your mind to buy a heme NOW.
Do it Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless ami extravagant ypung man and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all Rifts to your family- 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60x182 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
IE YOU HAVE A LOT
And Wan! To Build
We Will Assist You.
f. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
The evenings now are a
little longer, therefore colder,
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
TWO TUG BOATS CHASE
_  LOGS DOWN THE KIVEK
Freshet   in  Coquitlam   River  Causes a
Large  Boom to'Break   in
Two.
A !_;���_.- -.....<.. ;. - a a:ning
about th.-''- -. illion feet ol tint er
broke loose yesterday morning at the
mouth of the Coquitlam river, and
about one million leet of timber was
carried away down ihe river. The
breaking of the boom was due to a
strong freshet caused by the recent
heavy rains, and which caught the
boom on the side, and broke it in
two pieces. The logs were soon drifting merrily down the river, and
parties were quickly organize I to recapture  them.
Two tugs, the Magnet and the Firefly, were called into service, the Magnet being manned by a crew from
the logging camp operated by Alec.
Hoy and Gus Millar, to whom the
boom belonged originally. The manager of the Royal City mills, who had
bought the logs frnm the lumbermen.
despatched their tug the Firefly. The
greater number of the logs were recaptured, and it is expected thai the
remainder will be brought in today.
The tugs will leave again early this
morning for the purpose of collecting
any stray logs that ma;. still be
floating a''")".t.
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Easy for  Cc. mthians.
New    York   Sept,   6.���The     British
Corinthian team of the association of
seeker football players made their appearance in Livingstone, Staten island, today, and defeated a local team
by a score of 11 io 1. Ii was a one
side]   match   throughout.
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The Rare Mr. Jones.
A kin.Ily man was William Jones;
He had his say in softest tones;
He was- as gentle us a child
Until he ��ot his dander riled,
Whin Mr. Jones called some one down,
Thai fellow knew he was In town.
lb- was  no fta klir fnr his way;
ll. .1 let th<- other fellow say
How thing's should go and what to do
Ami just what course they would pursue,
Unless he trinuKht that Bill or Jim
Was trying to Impose on him.
Then everything, he'd let them know,
Would go his way or else not go.
He'd loan you everything he had
And work a day to make you Kind;
lle'.l slop to till the latest new,
And listen closely to your views,
And, If he found you In distress,
A dollar bill on you he'd press,
Hut if he found you were not square,
Then there was music In the air.
Bay, when you meet a man like that
Oo closer and take off your hat;
They are the ones who make life worth
The living on Ihis dreary earth.
You'll OWly meet u very few-
Say In a lifetime one or two���
To help mankind on the alert,
But buzzsaws when you do them dirt.
NEW GOODS
-JUST OPENED OUT==
Large selection of Ladies' Fall Coats.
Watch ��uir advertisements this week fur special
announcements.
Reynier's Kid Gloves for fall are herein all thf
new shades, long and short length.-.
W.S.COLLISTER&CO.
The Paragon
 Family Washer =-
The Latest   and   Greatest   Washer   on   the Market
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The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anything without  previous boiling: there is ta. n i
"f   using any chemicals  only
goap and water.
2.-Anything from tin  fit
est lace curtains to the heaviest   blankets   and   carp. :   .
without the -lightest injury to
even th'- mot t delicate fabric
3.- Up to twenty-five pieci -
within  '> to  - minutes.    He',
ter and   cleaner  than   by the
harsh, slow and tiresome rub
board method.
The Paragon runs absoluti ly n iseless ami so easily that a child an
turn it. The Paragon will Bave its cost manv times by preventing wear
and tear.    Call anil see it and be convinced like others now using it.
Large Shipment of Them Just Arrived Direct from factor)
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:   Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
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Electric Railway Service:
Inter-urDan   Line.
Cars for Vancouver anil way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. rn. Half hourly cais will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line��� Service rrom
6.HO a. m. to 11 p, m.
20 Minute .prvice���.mi transfer.
Between IL' and _ anil b anil 7.
30   Minute   Service   during  re> �����
maimler of day.    l ransrer ai  ���
Leopold Place, f
Sunday   Service   half hourly   be- J
tween   8   a.   in.   and   10   p.   ni. ���
���
ami  ���
3, and a and
hours     Hie     service    win    he  J
half-hourly. J
Sunday Service   balt-fiourly  be- ���
tween 8 a.  m. anil   11   p. n,     J
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City and bapperton.
Sapperton Line���la Minute Ser
vice,  excepi   tut ween   I
during wiiiiii ���
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd :
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
Columbia College
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
In affilliation with Toronto University.
Fall Term Opens Monday,
Sept. 17th.
For Calendars, &c, address-
THE BURSAK.

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