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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, il ESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER Is. 1906.
10 CENTS PER VS EEK
fNSURGENTS REJECT
PEACE PROPOSITIONS
RETURN TO CIVILIZATIONcToTmZ���sUo7Lm
Cuban   Rebels   Have   a   Large   Force   Just   Outside
Havana and Hold Cienfuegos In a State of
Siege    Insist on  New General
Elections.
ot
.    SepL  I"     U a mei ling
elJ In the town hall
��� :   .
ba      een deliver*
; ���    '    ' !������     ,
tiie t    ��� rnment.
���  I
FROM LONELY AND
FROZEN LAND
Calls Attention to Council of This City to   Leakage   and
Asks    That   Steps    Be   Taken    In    the
Matter        Ankers
Re-Instated.
ThA was
Rebels State Terms.
t  then    an
. ���        a  fi ..
1
Sept. 17.���General i they will enti
,j    -' are
e insurgei
:   vince, bat .-> nl  Lhl    letti
S ��� ei ei.  ' hi    _mei lean -
hi re:  "In -. i��� ���.% ol thi   <   ���
l< ni ol :he i'a ti i Stati i
be Palma government, 1   ... ne thi
I  :      ���    inform you lhal  wi   an  dis
ised to suspend hostllltli    in i   .-
Illtate   peace   efforts,  proi    ed
: ���     a..--   .���:...���.      ������.;.,,
������ held, with guarantees ol
and on I hi   reslgnai I m ol the
fi .ced administiation    n I
i ������ ���   that peace I ������ la ting.   The
��� .: tbey ;
Wa ���. for P.no.
">     ilsitors I    insurj    .      imps in
rovince n i this in
-   -   - .
.    a -        .,-'      .
bi ral :   .       G
isly reporl
���   li   .'������-. ���   . miles
rhe general 1      ���   ���   -.   s I
a Havana
Missionaries and Policemen From Herschell Island Arrive at Edmonton
���Hardships in the Esquimaux
Country.
Edna niton,    Uta      Si   L    17.���Thi     ��� ind   luring thai perl d has
-...---. .        _,.       . ���  .       .::. of the A      i
.     . , . Thi   ..:..; ...    : I        tch is  at    _tha
...   -  ��� irs.
! ii- ..'. . :  11   1
v.   &  \  station.
.... file-
Appeal fcr Children.
M        v. ol    Vancouver,
u roti   a ... im     - a  sl stance
ia   furnishing    .   home   foi   children
whi< h had jusi    een bui I In \ ancou-
' onisti do nol Inti nd to p*rmil        erican cruisei  Den>      .-      not acl
i   ,-i rnment   b)    force.    Thi j
- ���   ;n oj le  pi ssess  thi   rlghl   ���
electii     ��� ongres    , nd   ; rovincial an I
a   ���     ,   I officers     We ha pei
but   we   sha::   ne
manipulate I   o]    ��� n   il   -
' ..   .    and    violence    to   stand.      li
the  mediation   of   Presidi i
:.    eveli   new   elections   ensue our
. suspend operations as 30 n
expn ss   ,1  similar expn
':.   be pari of Palma."
Conmuncaiion   Cut.
��� ���    ent t ... a- nl
Kind  Amer.car.s.
mnouni emenl ... sl A.
.merli an vessels    I i
eet tbe British as as   imeri
erests Ip- taken .......       g es
1   enfuegos   --  ere thi Eng-
llsh ov.. - . t    an Centri     1    ���
been ol   - ed   to suspend
I hi    - iffere I \   nsi lerabli    . -... .-
Its p   . erty,
���   v> ��� -tern rallwaj, also a British
enterprise,   is  not   now   suffi 1 Ing 1 --
ina, Sept. 17.���Cienfuegos Is in < amage excepi  in tbe  vicinityl
a tiati ol siege, communication by ol Havana, and il is expi ted the lal
li egraph being severed ac: onlj In ei line will be 1 - etelj neepened
tbi       ''lion of Havana, bul  to San-        norrow,
(IOVERiMOR-GENEKAL CATCHES TWO BOYS
HOLDS A RECEPTION FISHING WITH NET
 t.i i al   al -
.;. al the bi ginning ol     ��� id
thi   , assi ngi rs reached tj    asi
nighl :���_:<-.     ....  ���      e Rei
C.  E,  Whittaker an 1 wife from Hi
-     -       -:..:.;.  Miss S list! a. ..  :.   --    D
ar} from Po t McPhers        nd 1 ishi
n mem e to :     pi    n thi
io-rut; n .1 1
Mr. Whittaker brings some In 1
��� .    iews from thi    ar .���    ���
scribes  Herschel]   ,- and   as   b< ing  ..
I li al  ..-.    barren   sli    .   a the Arctic
on v\ bit h he. his fan   ���   and    ���    1 n
' I,  w ith   '. >>.       bi       olicemi n,
!���:��� ��� .�����-. o: '  -   ;���.!:di:i_. v. 1      _:��� :, - -.,   ,.,.   ;.:���   onlj   Caucasian Fes  li   I      In
on  at;     .    tl ���    Macki ns ii. C< n-
- .    es Phillips, Ail tins and I
of thi  R N.W.M.P., ut n alst on I .. d.
.  ��� ��� :   : een sta! lom , foi thi pasl
1   Ilni   '
tor, will e hi ni xt  M< n
. it :.    BUS] '
three   weeks,    Thi      -      on   ��������
ei   ���    ol   be city < oun-
. ci'.   last 1     ��� ng,   whi n   Ud    Vdams,
  man   ol   thi    watei   eomm  tee,   ver bj 1'. ������ 1 "l.A. | ��� ,     _i     wclety, and
.. .     n a    ' , 01    ar- tin     ba     _n    ��hh 'in...   e open bj  thi   1 nd ol thi
:'���   reinstall I,   with  the   undei    present   year.    This  was  referred  to
- ling  thai   in  iln   future he shall   the (".nance committee to report.
b<    lirectlj   undei   the  control ol   the Remission of Fees.
1   Inti ndenl  ol  wati     woi ts     Vid.
\ la   - thought that   Vnki  e would al
ti 11 i   to   his   duties   Better  In   future.
:      an i  that   there   wo,ml    _*  no  more
1   mi taint f
Must   Report   Regularly. ,���,.,.,_ ,,���, matter 0f taking up the up
Aid.  Howaj   suggested thai  In fu-  plication of the council  with regard
ture  Ankers  should make weeklj   n the   remission of  registry fees in
pi   ts ti   Superintendent Stott In writ    connection   with   the   registration   Of
ing,   explaining   whal    work   he   had   water   lots   will   be   proceeded  with.
: m   during  the  w<-< i,, and  account-   'i hi> w;)s received, and the clerk in
r all his time. The report is
to bi .< it at the cltj hall, so thai it
maj I < accessible to all Interested at
any time. Alter a short discussion
the clerk was Instructed to write to
Ankers, advising him that he could
es ime his duties on Monday, and Instructing him to make weekly reports.
Aid. Shiles Presides.
ite remission oi registrj lees. w.
K. w, McLean, deputy attorney-gen
eral, wrote saying that he had been
instructed to say that upon the renin) of the attorney-general  to Vic-
Btrui .-iti make a suitable reply.
Insurance Business.
Two letters were read from White
&��� Shiles. informing the council lhal
they had bought the insurance business lately conducted by Alex. Hell,
and requesting that two separate policies for $2,000 each on the city hall
be continued in the same companies,
Owing  to the   absence   ol   Mayor  this was ananimouslj  agreed to by
the  winter  i;   is   bitti The
tin rmometer    dcx - egistei   as
:. anj   iii grees of frost as farthi
land, but   the   winds   off  the    ���'. ctii
ocean ate terriblj  cold.    Last winter
���-  years at Fort MacPherson, 2,000  th<  coldest day was 49 degrees below
:ai.es norih of Edmonton, and hav.ng   ,iip>. ;'.,,   to'.di-st ,:..-.     .   .   Mr. Whit    Keary,  Aid.  Shiles was in the chair, the council.
fulfilled theii term oi sen   <  at that takei   went north.   At Port  Macphei    Everj  other member of  the  council The reporl of the'-fty treasurer for
ln'int. have come south for a change   si 1..  the  farthest   north   ol  the  __ud-  Wfts  present     The matiet  ol   raising the month of August was also placed
and rest.                                                    sor.V Bay posts, i:.i  thermometer reg   'he hotel liceuses was not  discussed oh   file,   showing   receipts amounting
Mr.  Whittaker, 1 ne ol  the passen    Istered 62 degrees belovs sero luManu-   :)l  ih<'  meeting.    There  was  an  un- to  $_6,S4Q.19   and   disbursements  Of
gers, has  been living among the Es   ..:.-. this year, bul even that  was not   usually  large number ol communlca- $42,826.21, with a balance In the Bank
one  on th<  file, and the disposal of of Montreal  of $14,014.98,    This was
��� -'   took up considerable time.   The ' received  and  filed.
passing of accounts *as then proceed a petition signed by a number of
LOSSES  MAY  REACH                         CAPL  FENTON  BUYS                        "-  wlth��eaCh aCC0Ua'  belng BCC6Pted <****��   merchants.  oi,lli���P   attention
without  discussion. to the had state ot the  road  hv  Mc-
A MILUIIS NILUS         THL lifi STRANfiEU  Ti   -""-���. ST^lSSTSSXi."
There   were   two   communications al^�� "a''- Ka cne mawei  rererreo to
                                         '                       from  the municipality of Coquitlam, tht> board of works to report
cf   V.ctona   and   District   Have   An   Official   of   Fisheries   Department   Heavy   Ra ns   Dc   Ser.cus   Damage  to   H^<    E*per tree.    and    PropotM    tojjyje  asking   the   cltj    council   to  con- Replies to   Invitations.
a Gay Time at Parliament                      Finds that Susoicious  Looking                         Property in Northeast                            Carry  on Towing and River                             towards   the   repairs   Ol    the Replies to invitations to attend ft-
qulmaux on Herschi     Island for five   1     old ...- at Herschell Island
Buildings.
Finds that   Susoicious   Looking
Pair Are Amateurs.
Ne brasKa.
Business,
'....  Sept   17.���-liis excellencj      T.    [embroil,   ol   the   fisheries  de
pernor-general held a reception     ., tluent| thought  be  had  secured  a
' be   ; arliamenl   buildings to-nlghl
*     a v.as  attended   by   the > liti   od
��� : Ital and adjacenl district.  The
��� ���-    inside   and   out   were   elah-
���  ���   dei orated,   tne   facade   fr< m
doun   to   ground   l>ei:ig   strung   with
' ��� 'trie lights.
' -  afternoon the \ lei regal  1 ai A
��� i a tally-ho drive,   Sunday waa
glaring  case   oi   fish   smuggling   on
s in :..;��� evening     Be was looking out 1
. rei tin- waters and notic* I a couple |lars.
ads al out 14 1: ; "��� years ��� : age,
0 il In a small skiff, throwing out a
net ui the most approved style. The
... .ailei appaxentlj knew jusl what
to  do,  and   the boys   were   bo  intent
pipe   line,  which   was   .rierrco to  the provincial   exhibition    were    receivi
finance committee to report, an,: an- trom  the following  gentlemen,  no
other   compiaining   that   the  dam   at 0|   whom   could definitely  promise
Lincoln, Neb,, Sept. 17.���Reports re      Capt. Robert Peuton bas purchased  Coquitlam lake was leaking and Ihat attend: G.  il. V.  Bulyea, lleutena
celved  from various  points in North-   lha  stean  tug Stranger from Captaina  there was a danger of the dam break- governor of Alberta;   A.   C.   Ruth,
.a-t  Nebraska   show   that  the  losses   Nobles and  Ackerman, and  will take   tns-    Th>' ��'u"1,;  WM a4kdd '�� ,''"'1 ford, premier of Alberta; ...  VV.  .
I irom the heavy .rains which fell there   possession ol the craft ti  lay,   Capt      'os in th<  matter. Bourget, private secretary ot lhe lie
quietly, divine service being at
leaded at Christ Church cathedral In on their  business  Ihat   thej   did not
forenoon, and   during Lhe  after- -,-,. the lish man as he put out  In 1.
the   party  enjoyed   an  automo torrowed   p,,;lI   ;l.,,   headed   for   the
dating young smugglers, He stole
Bwlfl ��� upon them and ordered thi m
t 1 surrendi r In the name ol the law.
reach   .1  million   dol-   Fenton proposes carrying ena regu-     Al;i-  Adftms   remarked   that   there tenant-governor of Saskatchewan, ani
lai   towing and  rivei   business     He was no <lang��i ol  the dam bursting  p, j, Fulton, attorney-general for Brit
Cattle    and   hogs   were   drowne_.]has had  a  good many years' expert- '; hreaklng away.   The citj employes  1Sll Columbia
buildings swept away, railroad     a.'i.s   ence along the river as captain of the ''������': Inspected  -'���   ''eceutiy  and  found
washed out iianl  much other damage   St. Mungo boats,  Lhe   Esperanss ami :' u< 'e Perf-CtLy safe.
done. iatlerlv   of  the   cipitha     He   is  well      a;'!-  G:'"!ia;;   m(l"iw,i  whether  Lhe
 ,.   -.-.__ imown  an ftiong   ,.,��� ;1V):.  .,���,;   win Coquitiam   municipaUty   thought  that
1   ���   trip  over  ihe country   roads   In
lhi   neighborhood.
Kilted   on   Farm. doubtless   work   up  au  excellent   en th5s   dtJ     u:,v    !*��P<M��6ible    tor    the
Guelph,    0:.:..     Sept.     17,-Olivej nection in a short time,   The Stranger tbe 8afet>' of the e*m'    Bethought
Halestona.   a   young   Englishman no: A a powerful lug acl   -.,..:,- ol al ',la; the mal ei   concerned  ihe B. c.
long in this country, was killed Sa- mosi anj   .iver work which it  might Electric Rallwaj Co. and nol the city
urday  on  tlw   farm  ol   his employer, bi   called upon to perform, council.
H. Austin, a short distance from Erin j ��� o-  City   Not   Respons-t e.
village.      lie   was   engaged   at    leaiU- S'augli'.er on TurKish   _nig. In '.     5    \  i    X.iams s;,,ti . that lhi
iiu when 1 in   i:mi: end oi the wagon      Porl   Said,   Sept   1'
Sidewalks Wanted.
sidewalks were in great demand
Captain Pittendrigh and Rev. Arthur
Ui B. Owen asked to have a sidewalk
constructed on Cunningham street. 1 at
this ,',i,i net meel with the approval
the chairman of the board of
works, w V.o si.'.te.l that he did not propose to build sidewalks on back
street-   while    there    were   s<^   many
I.C.K. Clerks  Arrested,
ax,   Sept.   17.     Sana J    '.'.
other  places badly  in need oi  them.
'  ��� ��� -��� ������  ������'   Ah   B. C.  Electr-t       , :   e,  was now selling a   too high
1 in   boys held up theii  beads, the net I gave   way.   throwing htm  heal   lirst. 1 have been killed in i      itin;  onl   ard way Ci ���   citj   was   .,   -;-;,,-.   ,,-,   h- llW    0f   indtscrtinlnate
The  heels    passed    uver   his   chest,  the   Turkish   troopship     \        ewflk ��� - e i \ . ..,-,_ ����<
It
i'- i    man  with  .1   huge  hunk ol   ni t   '-I-
1 '       '  '    p, n ... . in the air, ca ighl In thi   ������ rj
act,   Mr. ii' m   off Immedi   ely asked
im their llcen e, which thi  boyi  were
.   to Bhow.   He thi n 1 omm bi i I
. In  thi   net,  u hli b Beemi d   to
in ��� -.; 1 rience 1 tu.ui to be 'I'ty light.
\,i . tamltii    1 1  abowi 1   I bai  ; be ;i
ei n  al  ������   ��� late I  and  was  only
al out si\ hi  seven oie-he    di ��� p an '
��� ,   fathoms   ong.    The  boj     ba 1
..- -   no    -       .ia I    bad    1 ul   UtUe
��� ban '���  of  1 al hlng   any.     'I he  ii ih
u   llan aa- Ise 1  Lhe  lads  lo ge oul
Biness.    The bo; -   look lhe ad
-. :-������-  an 1   ma le  theli   w....   to shore,
���-'���!'��� -a ���  lo   lo it any more,
lira's      pass,-,I      ,    .
Ing him ii r: Iblj
c 1 el  has 11 en n -i.   1 I
o mlal  : al way   ai   Dei p Wan 1
:.,- ��� . w, Koonie. asslstanl cash
!'       11   the  saaie  office,  were  arrested
day   night  charged  with  embez-
a'.    ||  Is allegi 1  thai  thi,.   .   ���
��� hoi' it: i bei   act ounl -.
Drowned   in Lachine Rapids.
���'  nl ���    ,s, t.   17.���While   trying
��� , he Lai hine 1 b pi Is in a light
���    yesterdaj.   Joseph    Rochfi rt, a
ll yei   1 :  St.   Pa_l, was  drowned.
t�� 0   co npanlons   named   Dandu-
-    1 nd   Mer ler   narrowly  escapi d
��� j (. raves.
TRADES CONGRESS
OPENS IN VICTORIA
Representative,   of   Four   Hundred   Unions   of   Differt?nt
Parts of Canada Meet ln Capital City of
British Columbia.
est amoun -   -   ���     .    .- ���;,.   decided that
�����'  '  '       ',,vn- there would ..   . -  -   - walk built.
������ ���        "   "        '>v Sam      .    -..-.i ;',-., �� side-
'     ' -    --- .   \      ,vft.h  M   r _. _        vni  ,.if.h
"       ���'��� ���      ���''    ' avf a.i,-    "... - ���     h-K    ve
'        - ���'���-.-.... ...     .-, si   10
'     ' ��� - -���    M act.
P. Birrell as ���   .walk on
 -       "-:k   tOW,    This
he   a. .-i-vi   ct
e
Sf-A.hitt   Wroti ���  ui-'   :hf  i\~mn
I     ���- ������ .:���     Tenth    iivf-nvj.   easl  oi
��� ��� B. C.
,. Co.'s       .-   was the
....... .                ..    .aain.
...           '    - s being aske
-     ���      ���         - he wishes
���
ied.
��� ���   '    8j
-o	
Murdered by  Chinese. Accidentally   Cremated,
lerlin, Sept,  17.- According to the Montreal,   Sept.   17,    Fire   rrom   n
a-Tsin correspondenl of the Tag.- lighted candle lgnlt_d a curtain, and
M.,11, Emil Thiele, a clerk In the Aus- the dead body of a seven-year-old girl
an consulate there, has 1 ;, killed '                ''" '    ' ���    '         '     "l!'   "
iblnese.   The motive for the mur-
di
'  was robbery,   it was without po-
���o significance.
-,. ��� yesterday was nearly consum-
e 1 The trunk was a chai red inns--' of
black. '
. ��� ...... . [Q    \
��� '  ���!a ol   \   1;     .-..        he Van-
iver .A    .     i-   ��� . , , .    . mcil.
OVERTAKEN BY DISASTER
'    '��� ���    Ubert,   Sasl ..   Sept,   17.��� It   they   w< r<
overtaken   by  a  terrible
. ported here that  a disaster bas   storm In which several of their boats,
rtaken   Indian   Coramis lo    M< "'    ;i"'1 equlpmenl  were lost and
,1),., north   tl   membd rs   of
' oni'   :- pip pa
150  ml
rasing Buffalo Ibki
Vi toria,  B,C. Sfipt.   17.   T'i \  2'n i   M.r. ol   Montn
annual convention ol the   Pradi ��� an '   '
lfloor ci ngn bs .    Canada  :���"    here
Lhta nioi ning wltii w  ri 1 ntali* ������������ ol
1,-ui   hundred   11 ides   1 nti ns   In all
imrts "i the Dominion In at!einlance.  rv\ >���       i.,,Hunting cut  that
It ls a representative gathering v-bero, ���      0   admit   ,;-e  delegate  ihe
im- ihe fii i lime in bUtory, promln cone itutlon oi the c_��sirress *������;.
oni unionists Irom Hi! to - ol Oah have to be amended, it was fina-ly
(ida rut 'ki ti the BhJ ? of ihe IA decided to iiphold the eontiiiittee and
'dilr. _11 the ������ pert were present, later on amend the -constitution no
Including Wp'ip-iv ���' Wti.tiV. \l.l\. rtf a8 to cover sn.?h case?,.
Montreal, prpsldentj .ian is Blmpsoit, The report of the executive com-
i'1' Toronto, vice-president, and r. M. v ittee for thf year was then read.
Draper,    ol   Ottawa,   seoieiary-iiiT \\   the    afternoon    session  Mayor
u rei
���   propertj  held by
to the board
���a      TV,'    I
v^ ?-ts to Tea.- Dcwn Buildings.
Vi    K-, MSe*--*, ���    "';   Vinih stree;.
:   '  ���     '���  ��� ,-;i>       l;ft<l      ���:���,-.
mon - - to Rive away for
"'���HT'     ."i  . .-.dentin!* havln*   seneral    mRa��eT    of   'be . companyr   ,,R,   teRTJag    ,^ .,     an    a,.,,,,,^^,
woul,! he asked to Kiok into the mat-'
V.. \V. & V.  Station.
,1.  t .   . -, -   - 1.   y    \\
,V    V..   w :��� ������
mcil.
and   promising  that   F. R. Ward, th_
tor   p't   improving   the accommodation
(Continued on Page -light.)
LOOK OUT FOR ELECTION
Victoria, B.C., Sept. 17.���The Times , to his   confidential   friends   that  his
this evening says:  "If is understood   honor has given his  permission, and
that,   anticipating   bis    absence    fori that   the government  will  not  again
Morley, on behalf of uie city, tendered   some time, the premier ha- tip:;.ach-   n eei   the present parliament."
..:-.-1.    _ld has been de >pnt lied,
I'l'T'd-'ie c. H, Gray, of the Vic- the delegates a welcome. Addresses
lorlu Trades council, welcomed tbe were also given by Premier McBride
ili'icgai'-', after Wblch   Mr,  Yrerv*l)J��, and Hon, Mr. Temple.uau.
ed his honor ac 1 asked his permis Whet seen In connection with this
sion for a dis.solution of the house report, Premier McBride stated that
ibis fall.   Tiie word has been passed   the rumor was utter./ unrounded.
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11 THE   DAILY   NEWS
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| District Council Meetings i
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BURXABY COUNCIL .   K. J. Burns, general agent G.
T ���   council      -     it th '"������'��� ipping train   at   t...
hall  on   S    .. lac   last     rhe e   ��e e I on Fri i t;      sa; ing he ha I
present   Re  re Byrne  (in  the chair),   refe ri .    be  i   i tei     -  his   superiors
���
Councillors Griffin, Stride, Love. Cliff,
Anderson and Rumble.
Jacob Zier applied for opening ..
of a portion of Tenth avenue eastwards from Twelfth street, he having
purchased property to which the roadway formed the only means of access,
This  road   allowance  being  partly  in
with   a   rei hat
i ine.    Rei eive I.
T ... Sui rej elei : rii amwaj ij -Ian
md t ; - S irrej ele Lrli II ;h . heat
and iwe law passed thei ��� I hlr I
tea lings.
The clerk was Instrucl id to write
R. McMurchie. B.A.B. Co., Everett, to
t'offlen Who Do
Mil i Fi iei _a Del Mar's Unique
Idea Concemin �� lhe Lost Arms of
the Venus oi Milo���-She Believes
They Origin Jlj   ! lelJ   an   Infant
Thi
New   Westminster and   partlj   in Bur- protect and gravel C. R road r.ceord-
naby, the  application  was laid over ing to agreement, and to take action
for further consideration. in the matter within five daj-s, or the
Messrs.  Harris  <��   Bull   wrote  that I  will have to fill In the ditch,
the acreage of district lot 955 was 195 and inthe evenl of receiving no word
acres  instead   of  lfi'h   as   previously within five days, Councillor Lawrence
stated.   A cheque for $87.50, one-third !'  fix   same to preveni   wa-'.:  of  the
oi the difference, was ordered   to   be road and ma
Ever sine ��� Uie dl si i ery in l^2n of
the mutilated tntue i > which was
given ih.' name t' tlie '������ - ns of Milo
artists and oth irs have been specuial
lug as to the piy.' i.'S Iier lost arms.
i>ne .lay iu tbe Louvre in Paris Miss
Francesca Del Mar. n young Ameri
can artist, was entering the Ventu
room  through  another In  which  w_n
drawn.
Tlu- location of electric light poles
on Third avenue was ,,-n in the hands
of Councillors Love, Stride an.l  Cliff.
The   grant-   of   $50   to   Now   West
minster exhibition and   $100  to Central  Park exhibition were ordered
be pai'..
Messrs. .1. Reichenbach and       i
ley attended an : ad Iress   I th   co n
ci. \\ Ith a request thai a      ...
the conveyance of su] plies ti    lie In-
ternational   Logging  Co.'s ca .     nea
Johnsti a :o.p i ...iA i
recent   bush  fire  l a ��� in,
i be I fi Igea along   ��� ������  -A      i.
i'   was arranged   thai   the   board   of
woi ks should vlsll ���      locality during
'the  present   week   u I  thai   the;     e
asked to repoi I lo the i i in
Two    tenders rea ived  for
WOI ip   . n   Ml i A;,    i la I,   and   were  lett
Also to write Heaps & Co. to remove ,
.   i   skids off  North Bluff road  al on
i in e opj osite Mr.  Wlldi r's plai     an :
il: '..   il: ti  ti..:'   ' be  col si nl
Is ne essarj   to lay   skids   in
of the roadbeds,
Move I   by  Coun til       Mu se ���
onded Co inclllor La 'rei ������-.      i
,  vote of  the  munii Ipali'c    - ���  taki u
oi     he   Surrey    ilecti p.   tramwa;    by-
..   and the Surrej riectrl it   heal
' iver by-law oi   Saw   lay, Sept.
21):   thai   E, M. C irn .- ,--     ��� a.    iin
.   ... ���.. -  ��� I r    n ning offli er, dn I     a       lis : e
��� .-'   ip ni :   a    Tj nehe  :   - h ut - ���
Ward   I :   .-:'   re    ho el, V ird  2;   Mud
." iy -i hool bouse   War I    . iown hall,
S . rej   Center,   \\ ar 14,   and   Hal
Prairie school 1    ise, Wai     a, I
o*i 1 H k  a.m.  to  7  o'ci ick   ;.::..    : 'a
rle i.
The    following   tenders   were   a
^^B^B^B^^Hp.oioi's Stride and  cepted:
W E r/SJi
Rttmi le, with power co aci ry'.
.\ proposal '' supply and fix i ia i
sigi earing the name.-, of the various roads and streets throughout thi
munii ipality was laid over.
The reeve, with Councillors Griffin
and Rumble, were appointed to call
for tenders for six chains of oirdu-
roy near Mr. .Vaudeville'.-, property
for submission to tae council at its
next meeting.
Councillor Rumble was authorized
to bring in specifications for making
Moscrop road from Smith avenue to
limian avenue.       ,
Councillor Anderson was authorized
to have corduroy on Hastings road
for a distance of about two chains re-
laid:   to   have  culvert  in  front  of  C.
Ward i Hjorth road, slashing and
legging, John Saai b . al -A A i per
chain; clearing Dailey n a 1, p.. H.
p tile;   at $4.50 | er chain.
Wards 1 and 4���Cann road, to' J.
Drinkwater, for $25.
Ward -'���.Manson road, bridge and
corduroy, J, E. Murphy, for $24.
Ward ���'!���Gravelling Wade road, to
Ben Stevenson, at OUc per yard;
Hookway road, to Ben Stevenson, al
6Sc per yard; Mud day road, to Ben
Stevenson, at iJ7c per yard.
Ward 1���Gravelling C, M. road, to
R. McAdams, at 00c per yard,
The following appropriations wore
made:
Ward I���$25 for gravelling C. V.
read, to be lot by auction; $_u for re-
F. Sprott's  premises;  to have power  Pairing Town Line road.
to secure burial, by tbe owner of dead
cow.
As a result of negotiations with the
department of  marine  and   fisheries,
��� ittawa the council are in receipt of
,.   leiter   with   reference   to  securing
r   frontage   rights   to  ail  street
i-        on   Burrard   Infet,   and  the  as-
e that  no grant of street  ends
v.   .    -.  made to other parties with-
'erenee to tht council, who will
e consulted with regard to any
a: ions for water lots on Bur: ard
.   p  front  within    he  boundaries of
. .e cor; oration,
,   T_e council   adjourned   till   Friday
,   i ning, Sept. 21, at 7 o'clock.
-o-
SURREY COUNCIL.
Thi   Sum     -��� in-- ii met in the town
ha ,.   .- . Center,  Sal ui '. iy,   Sept.
L5 the i eeve and all members  of the
council being i res ml    Minutes of I
previous meeting were  read and con-
Ward 3���$60  for slashing out   Williams  road,  tenders  to  be In  at   next
meeting:   $20  for repairing McLellan j
road, to be done hy day work.
Ward  1-175 for the C. V. road, to
be done by day work.
War.l 5���$20 for Lawrence road and '
$20 for slashing on C.  R. and  C.  M.
roads, to be done by day work.
The following accounts were passed
ani cheques issued: Anderson & Lusby,  powder and  nails.  Ward  5,  $9.85;
F.   W.  Smith, cutting thistles,   Ward |
2, $i;  (I. W, Atchison, contract gravelling   Yale   road.   Ward   1,   $49.60;   .1. '
D. Cameron, work on Town-hip Line
road.   Ward   1,   $7;   Peter   Ander3on,
' contract, Hjorth ro id, Ward I, $160.32;
Geo.   Klein,  cutting   trees,   Kirkland
read.  Ward  3,  $3;   T.  Tat A     c llvert,
, S  B. road, Ward A $2; W. B. Wilde A
a u ... S. II road, Ward 5, $10;  IA See-
lit! ���.   work,   Law ren< e   roa I.  War I   5,
ii .; C 1). Noi - m, -1 .... a t, jravel
li.   P.   road,   W ird   A   $90;   J.   Dr'.!
water,  work, C. M. road, Ward   1. $1;
VBNtJS OP HILO nBSTORKD.
also a broken female statue. Upon the
left shoulder of this statue were the
remains of a chilli's arm and hand.
Miss Del Mar noted that this statue
stood In lhe same position ns that of
the Venus Ot Milo. Instantly the idea
popped into her bead that the so called
Venus of Milo hnd originally also held
a child in her arms and that she wus
not Venus at aiL but Demeter, anciently worshiped as the mot her of all
the gods,
Miss Del Mar Immediately began to
make sketches of la'r idea of the re
stored statue bearing a li-ibe in Its
arms. She commenced a largo painting of the restored Venus as she conceived it. That was five years ago in
Paris. She returned about four years
ago to her home in New York, bringing
with her the unfinished picture. Shi.:
completed it last year, and it wus so
successful that It Immediately found
a purchaser at a large price. The
painting is S by 10 feet In size It
shows tho magnificent Demeter, as
Miss Del Mar bas renamed tbe statue,
holding an Infant iti her arms, like tbe
ancient Madonna she really was.
Ahout her feel stand worshiping mothers with children, making offerings of
fruit. Around Demeter's bead Miss
Del Mar bus painted a nimbus, which
was often found about the heads of
pagan divinities.
Jane  B_rt;
t,  Silhouette  Photographer.
limn I.
at'0IfliH^HLH^__H-  Murphy,    staple3|^H
.
ceived and dealt with as follows:
Pn . . J, Chui Ai r- |, '. lling ti.-' ���������
Lontion of the o im to the ba I I
on the M< Lellan . .. i easl ol the
n roa I, whli b c ml I be gravel at a verj small i ist. Receive 1
an 1 referred to Councillor Johnston.
W tr i I. $1.95; VS. C. Jones, ditch and
tail drain, li. P. ro id, War! i and
.A $61.10; Wm. K. Lal ng, plan . Wat I
I, $7.13; Mrs. Wm. Roe i :.. a ; i
:   e, $10
C uncil   Ihen    a ! | iui ned    to    mei I
a     a i -i Sa  oil  .< let  I :, at  l  p.m.
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Plug  Chewing
Tobacco
10c per cut
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Three  persons ln  this country  have
been   successful   iti   producing  photo
graph portraits that resemble the Old
fashion.',I profiles cut out of black
paper a hundred years ago. Two of
tbese persons are women, and ono of
them is in Boston. The other is Miss
June Bartlett, a Washington photogra
plier. Miss Bartletl is a graduate ol
the Massachusetts School of Tech
nology and made a specialty of diem
Istry. rrom Hin I she wenl Into photog
raphy and at length bus succeeded In
producing the black profile portraits
by a photographic process which Is
her own (secret. She says she though!
and experimented a long timo In ber
attempts to make the shadow photo
graps, but Quullj thc true process cam.:
to her of itself In the middle of the
night.
An American  Woman  In Sweden.
Mrs.  Vi'lniu  Swanston  Howard,  the
writer, ai present represents Americans
In  Sweden,    She   is  Swedish   hy   birth.
American hy bringing up, She has
spout considerable time In Sweden of
recent, years and has written much
here io acquaint Americans with her
native land. Some of her articles ut
the time of tho separntlou of Norway
from Swedon were called to the at
tention of King Oscar himself and
pleased hlm grontly. Recently at
Stockholm tho king granted a newspaper interview to Mrs. Howard, treal
oil her most cordially, thanked her for
setting Sweden right in the eyes of
Americans ami ended by giving bei
with liis own band his photograph
with autograph attached. That. Is more
courtesy lhan n president of the United
Stales   often    shows   lo   a    newspupoi
woman, with nil our pretended democracy.
Mrs. Howard was ihe only American
present at the funeral of Ibsen,
MAltt'IA WILLIS CAMPBELL,
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Sale oi Lands by Public Tend
Westminster iron Works      MMM.
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The Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned proper-
tit -. invite tenders for the p ir :hi se of the same.
THE CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
ill. All tenders to be in writing, and addressed to me at Box 34, New Westminster, i ily sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land." They must be mailed in sufficient
tin e to reach tht pi st 'lice mentioned on or before 4 o'clock on Friday, the 21st dav of
Si pt., 1906.
(2). Each tender must be accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
In per cent, of the total purchase money. Such deposit will be applied towards the first
; lyment of purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and incases of non-accepted
a ��� lers it will be returned."
(3). In all cases where the total purchase money d tes not exceed $50, cash within
15 : ivs of acceptance of tender, will be required.
14). In cases where tl e purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 days,
1 e-third within 6 months and one-third within 12 months, in each case reckoning from
1 ate of acceptance of tendei'. with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, will
be Allowed upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement for Sale ; orthe whrle amount
i   ; be paid at once.
(5). Title will not be giVen until completion of purchase.
m'i|. The Council do not hind themselves to accept the highest or any tender.
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C.
P. 0. Address   Box 24, Xew Westminster, B. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.00.
GENERAL MACHIN      '  ���:    I MilNE
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Ornarci ntal   Iron   w   ...    i   iud ng
F. n< ��� -. Gates, Fin ,    i, etc.
Mail orders and correal   ndi di e .t.
JOHN REID,
BE'iBlE ;- . !-.t.i_ i.
New Westminster.
f,  U.  471.
Sale
Ni
Description of Land.
District
Lot
Hlu-k. -A..
N'o. of
Lots
Measurements or
Acreage
(more or less).
A sj
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of
per I.'-
1900.
Upset Price.
10
A
12
28
i South)
(Si ith)
(South)
I South)
iill
29
29
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29
so
30
30
JU
39
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91
vi
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91
91
91
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91
91
91
91
91
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91
91
HI
91
91
IU
IU
91
IU
91
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US
102
160
4
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2 to 19, &c
3 to 19, &c
29
Cl and 62
4
1_
20
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23
(South)
(South i
7 nml S
7 and 8
7 and 8
7 and 8
1,2 (Central
3 an I 4
3 and 1
3 and 4   j
6
14. 16
l>;
16
it;
17, is
2u to 24
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26
2-
43
60
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20
21
4 to C
7 & 8, Far!  1
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98 to 113
194
320 to 334
10 x
1  tO 14
1 to 18
1 to is
1 to 18
1  to IS
1   to   1-1
������  to 7
I  to 7
I to 8
:; to 1"
17
20
i and 2
4, 6, 0
7 to 10
1
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8 9, 12 to 20
1,     2,     a
4
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i and 2
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2
1
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1
15
1
14
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18
14
4
7
S
8
1
1
4
1
2
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11
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2 and 2
W'tj
1.95 acres
$65
lie.- acre
JTu
I er aire
60ft x 154 ft each
25
jier lot
:iu
per lot
60ft x 154 it each
25
per lot
30
per lot
60ft x 154  ft  each
25
jier lot
30
pei   ' i
61 x 132ft
25
l>er lot
35
per le
60 x 154ft each
25
per lot
35
per lot
62 x liuft each
30
per lot
25
per lot
62 x 140ft
all
per lot
40
per lot
6_ x 140ft
30
per lot
40
per lot
62 x 140ft each
40
per lot
50
l>er lot
4 7 x 122 ft each
40
per lot
50
per lot
60 x 145ft
25
per lot
35
per lot
60 x 113 ft each
2,i
per lot
25
per lot
66 x 113ft
35
per lot
. .a
per lot
66 x 112ft each
25
per lot
25
per lot
2 aires                     .
Til jier acre
75
per acre
70  x  132ft
Hi
ler lot
45
per lot
66 x 132ft eai h
25
per lot
25
per lot
00 x 132ft each
2(1
per lot
20
per lot
66 x 132ft each
2n
per lot
20
per lot
66 x 122ft each
20
per lot
20
per lot
OC x 122ft each
2n
per lot
20
per lot
66 x 132ft each
20
per lot       ii-
2d
per lot
66 x 165fl ' ��������� li
20
por lot
20
pei lot
66 x I66fi each
25
per lot
26
ii    lot
66  X  105ft  e.i- ll
HT
per lot
25
per lol
66 x 108V_-t each
20
per lol
20
per lot
6G  X  InMAt  oacli
20
per lot
20
per lot
A',   x  155:'
2u
per  lot
25
per lot
54-4   x   165ft  each
20
por lot
25
per li t
66 x losHft  each
20
per lot
20
per lot
66 x los'iift each
20
per lot
20
per lot
66 x losinft each
20
per lol
20
per lot
90 x 204 ft
25
per lot
25
per lot
90 x 204ft each
2a
per lot
25
per lot
102 x  1 Stilt each
25
per lot
2,i
per lot
102 x 180ft each
25
per lot
26
per lot
2 acres
60
per acre
70
per acre
63% x 121ft each
20
per  lot
20
pei lol
41) x 165ft
20
per  lot
20
per lot
4'.i x 165ft each
20
per lot
211
per lot
68 x  105ft  each
20
nor  lot
20
per lol
2 acres
.all
per acre
50
per acre
68 x   105ft  each
20
per lot
20
per lot
68 x  165ft  each
2<l
per lol
20
per lot
58  x   185ft   each
20
per lol
20
per lol
2 acres
60
por acre
60
per acre
:, acres
60
per acre
60
per nere
68  x  165ft  each
20
pel'  lol
20
per lot
58 x lO.At each
20
per iui
20
per lol
6 acres,
80
per acre
.SO
per acre
91.100 of acre
Ml
per acre
SO
per aero
i acre
80
per acre
88
per acre
���-I at re
n n
per ture
22
per acre
25:74 ac i-1
40
per acre
BO
per acre
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Royal Mail Steamship
Nexl EmpresB sails Sept, Ttli and
.'ist. Now is the time to make ar-
angemectls for that proposed trip
; n ss lhe Atlantic and viu might as
-.veil travel In style and comfort and
slill save money. For rates and particulars apply  to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R.  AGENT.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice ihat application has
I ' ��� _ made to register E. M. Carncross
as the i wuer iu Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation or
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Chtirchland bearing date the 9th
lay if June, A. D., 1905, of all and
: gular that certain parcel or tract,
of laud and premises situate, lying
and being In the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots 6, 7, S, 9, 17
and IS Block 25, Lots 15. 16, 17, IS,
1!' Block 40 being parts of South West
quarter of Section 6, Township 7, also
Lots 1, 2, 2. 4, 5. Block 40 being parts
of South West quarter Section 6,
Township 7. New Westminster District.
You and each of yon are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
rtolice, and in default of a caveat or
certificate of Hs pendens leing filed
within such period, or In default of
redemption before registration, l
shall register l". M. Carncross, as
owner thereof iu fee. 1 direct that
the publication of this notice for one
ii > in li in a daily newspaper published
in N'ew Westminster will be good
and  sutlkient service hereof.
Haled at the Land Registry Office,
Now Westminster, Province of British Columbia. Ibis 24th day ef August
_   D..  L906,
C.   S   KEITH
District Registrar.
To  ll.  VUandre,  Daniel    J,    Munn,
George V. Risteen and William Thiba-
,ile;ui.
aii  poisons  served   with   .ii.*=  no
i   e, and  those cla_mlng through or
I t-iiiler them, and all persons claiming
;n�� latere*! LB the sn>'l land by virtue
ol  anj   unregistered instrument, and
all  persons  claiming any  interest in
the ial_ land by descent, whose title
is not registered under <he provisions
of the 'Land Registry  Act,'' shall be
I forever estopped  and  debarred  from
; setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
provided by tbe "Land Registry Act."
Tender  for  a   License  to  Cut  Timber
en   Dominion   Lahds   in   the   Province  of   British  Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to ihe
Timbei aad Mines Branch, Depa t-
���������!!' ol the Interloi, and n,arked on
the i aveloi e. Tendei s fi r Tlmh r
Berlh No. 496," will be receive i ;-t
this Department until noon on Wednes lay, the 10th day of October, 190C.
for a license to cut timber o,. Lerth
No. 496, comprising Lee;i! Sub-division 'J of Section 17 and Legal Subdivision 12 of Section IS in Township
40,  east of the Coast  Meridian, con-
irea o�� So acres
na   e  or
of   this   berth
must   be
i one year  'r .':���
the date
tainlng an .
A   survey
madv  withii
it is granted.
The regulations under v liAh a
license will be issued, also printed
lm ms of tender and envelope, may be
ol tained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at.
Now   Westminster,  B.  C.
Each tender must be .accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of the Deputy of lhe
Minister of the Interior, for Lhe
amount ef the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.
PERLEY (A  KEYES,
Secri lary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa. August 25th, 1906.
NOTICE.
OLIVE OIL ADULTERANTS.
Tin   besl   A,-     ���  I   A  lhe world
ii    froi   i    I   p of eotmtn along
;, ��� I rer h ri    cau i        and
Italian frontier,    In Europe lhis i;
known as Huile de N'ii e, and it is
iui . fui if any of it ever rea    es
��� . try. Ni _1 in ordi r of ex el-
:. i' mi - Italian olive < il. thi
irjiai -ii oil ranking third. Thi
������ .'.������ oi . a. ter being pre a d I rom
l'i ii:, i- shipped to Bord 'aux,
.... . \. Ik re il is ston 1 in vaults
-- ... ii un ki 11 al warm, evi n tem-
peratun . .'. few ; ack .. - refuse lo
11 ...I and u I literate tin ir oil, according ;o .. recant investigation,
���:���. ting to careful filtering and extraordinary care in manipulation to
obtain the besl n suits. Slosl pack
ers adulterali �� iii peanut, which
nol di ugero is. Cotton eed oil
tin   ii-' al adull rant.    This is
a flip  ',
irlY
nam
ul. hut it is
and the temptain n to use a
deal ul ii is Etrong, and the u
consumer v< ts very little i
for his money.   Most oils a
ed,  which   results  in   smi
flavored oil, but the conni
fers the straight product
is
is
not.
.lesyip
great
ihappji
,live oil
re blend-
,ot_ - veil
!_8SlBJft.'PJ&'
Our llliterat
One hundred and
each thousand of thi
the country over te:
not write. The la.-
census bureau jrivi
titos in ti thousi
whites anil 128 ii
eij;n born,    it ;
-iic persons in i
Notice is hereby given that 20 days
after dale 1 intend to make application to the Honorable lhe Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works,
for special license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described laiiils. situated north east of
Pitt  lake.  New Westminster. District.
1, Commencing at a stake planted i E
the Boundary line ov Dominion lands
thence north 100 chains, thence west
60 chains, thence south 100 chains to
said boundary Hue, thence cast alon
said line 60 chains to point of CO"
i: eni ' ".lent.
that illiteracy
especially am
for  whom   tl
show sixty-f
sand.    Ann
greater in
ciues. ow
cilities ii
In lilies
aro on!
thousa
v
nd
i population ol
J years old can't bulletin of tip
_ forty-six illite.
.nd  of the  nati
i a thousand of fi
a satisfying to in .
s decreasing steading  the  native ho '..
ie .statistics   for   IS   I
*o illiterate in a tho.;-
���ng children illiteracy i
the country than in the
���nf. to lack of school  fa-
i thinly populated regions.
of more than 85,000 there
ten illiterate children per
-Youth's O
ompamon,
2    Commencing al a staki   i It
10 chains north of Post Ne. 1, I
east    120   chains,  thence     in t
.bains, thence W68t 40 chains
.ntcl
Aeace
.h     80
i An Alpine Mirage
.tmwvdous   display  of   atmos-
ttic   reflection   peculiar   to   the
{*= was witnessed the other dav
y  iiasscn.Tcrs  in   the  Paris-Frank-
ion express,   shortly after leaving
Mete a wonderful panorama developed in the horizon on the western
Bide.   The sun seemed to lighl up
the whole Alpine chain, the greal
mass of Monl Blanc Mood oul clear.
'.   marked,  its sides covered witli
snow and its gla< ien reflecting tlie
sunbeams,   Al one moment the lake
was   visible,  -.is  w.,ior
prams,   u l lice   we-i   10  eaapio-        ih.���,,��� 1, ���  ,    ,,                  "'
south   40  chains, thence    ���  fl^Z -'    ���'      ' '    '    ;   " fhe mirage
chains  to line  o   location       N       , J SBnf ff���� ����&
,                            ��� "'    ��� ' ont. It had 1'i-ie.l
thenc.  south  4;' chains to % ]t../    ,, .,,., , _. .^ _ n���� ��*����
commenci
FRASER   RIVK
Si il '��� i Sei  r: s
'������'"M np.R co..
���'���  /-. SHARPS),
Secretary.
i  A  1906,
is not a hu-
6 ven  funnv
The location of the properties may be seen on the mo
Hall or at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors.
IDS
cither at the Municipal
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land!
Surveyor
Cllard Block.   Nfw We.tmlntter, B.C
F. CRAKE,
V/atchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
:
Acirusvd a through knowledge of the
bus mess in England with 10 years ex-
I peri-asce. Later was 7 years' manager
o. thw watch repairing department of
Savuse. Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henr v Lirk s business manager part of
the tune. '
Ehalish,    Swiss,   American   anil   al!
corriDhcated watcher cleaned   repaired
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams. Groce  j
Funny idea Fr*m Enflltnd.
Tin  London v oj.,]
morons paper. Iin
'":"i ''''>' ''i.i other dav it m-
' "��� ���� a bit of hnmcr bv looking
'';r"";'': '" ������'���'! time when the I'm"
'',: N" ;- ' ��� d become a constitn-
tional monairchv, expressing the
- -: ���'��� thai A an election on the
nii',: * ""���' to bi ��� & now a Urge
"" would be pi     , in favor 0/~a
K '���' '(111' constitutional limita-
��� ������ 11 is pos-.bl,-lhal snniemem-
bers of the Newport and New York
smart ^ci would vote thai wm, lutt
there are inward of 80,000,000 people om side of ihe smart set who
would laugh at the idea.���Savannah
Aews.
A Laundry Hint.
Tnless washed with great care
black .stockings soon turn a greenish color. They should he washed
wiih soap thai is frce from foda and
rinsed in water lo which a teaspoon-
ful of \ inegar has been added. When
damp, press them into shape, but do
not iron, as the heat tends to destroy the color.
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'���g**ww,,��r'^w*t-wt' .'���""WJiMWi.li THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, SE,--1
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
Ishing Company, Limited, at their
ulices corner of Sixth and From
Streets, New Westminster, B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.  C.   Brown R.   j,   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
Pure salt is just as important as
pure water or pure milk.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
is absolutely pure and never calces.
spot in the ase as. presented by the
��� enl provin lal government. Not
their ollti al faith, bul their administrative sl omings, will tell
ag .in-'     ..- rhi    Ottav. i   g ivern-
ruen :. pell ilni to their reckl i - -
squandering of provincial resources
as an   irgumenl agaras   them,  more
>,       irlj    if,  as
cia es, they
Transient    display   advertising,    10
cents per line (nonparlel) VI lines to
the  inch        Five   cents   per   line   for 0u     demands   al  that
subsequent insertions.
large: our ability to  .���utn��ute to the
Reading notices, bold  face type, 20 ,,.,,,,,.,,     ,,   ,,,      ,.    ..       r.     .   .
,-       , i ,   ,��� general    strength    ol    the    Dominion
-ents per line, brevier or nonparlel, 10 ��
cents per line. seemed small.    To all  men the build-
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- iu-   "'   the Canadian   Pacific   railway
Lous, apply to advertising manager. appeared   a   gigantic   undertaking   in
Notices of births, marriages or those days. The prediction was wide-
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or ly made that il woul 1 nol paj :'. Its
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent per , .
word. No advertisement laken for asle srease, at teas; within the lives
les.. than 25 cents. ot living men. .Man;, people tho ighl
-^^~^-^-^-^^~^-^-^-~-.^---^--^^--^----^--^-.-- '''it the Dominion was pledging it.iell
TELEPHONES t0   the   :ml"!iil   exPendltuI'e  Of   many
millions   more   than   any   Revenue   It
Business office   22 could hope to receive from Lhis Prov-
Editorial   office     17 i)"'''-   '"' tbe statement referred to at
M,��,���.,'_  ...u  t-rt the outset is ova approximately cor-
anager s   residence    277
rect, the revenue received by the Do-
If, as the Colonist de-
rime, ' ;��� the developments which ciares, thej ire to round their claim
have  come   with   time,   have  shown   ,,. the mere need of money.
thai   the    bargain    which   we    made   '  0	
thirty odd years ago was a   bad one.
* SB
TUESDAY.  SEPT.   13,   1906.
"BETTER TERMS."
Last week the Vlctoi ia C ilonisl
printed a sei ii - of ...' li ��� i on 1 he su
ject of the provincial demand ; ir bet-
ber terms from Ottawa, The premiers
of the different provinces have noon
invited to meel a committee of the
government at Ottawa in the near
future to discuss the relations of the
provinces witli the Dominion, with a
special view to settlemenl of the question ot thi justice and fairness of the
presenl fiscal relations. Some years
ago British Columbia put in a claim
for special consideration, basing it
upon a statement which showed that
the Dominion had received from the
Province in revenue some fifteen millions of dollars moro than it bad expended In and for tiie Province.
The funded debt of Canada has
largely increased since the Province
entered confederation. That means
that the government has spent more
lhan the revenue. Now, If it be true,
a.i the slatement above referred to
show.-, that the Dominion expenditure
in lit Ush Columbia has boon less
lhan the revenue paid into the Dominion ;r_3��ai;-r by the i'roviiir., it
follows that, while the rei I of Canada,
as a whole; has had returned to it in
expenditure not onlj all it paid in,
bul largo s hus of ... poive i monej
besides, this Province nas not only
.- 'celve 1 no benefit from the horded money, bul considerable sums
oney contributed bj it base bei a
.    ii other parts i I I Ana.la.
quite Impossll le, of course, for
Ivate Individual to verify such
ment   a.s  the one   referred to.
mst either take ll  or  reject ii.
.t should  easllj    ie  possible  for
government to snow pretty nearly
,. ii   the  matter   stan Is;   an I  it' no
Berious mistake ha- _een rnade, one
would think that the showing would
furnish strong ground for a favorable
consideration of anj  reasonable claim
which this   Province   might   i ul   forward  for a readjustmenl of S    flsifa!
relations with  the Dominion.    I'   will
be   remi ., ered   thai   this   stal iment
was  carried   to  < Itittw a  an I   pre3se 1
upon the attentioi  ol I he g ivern aen
by deputation I vo or I hree of
our rei enl  pro\ in lal a Imlnl il a ions.
\\ i- confess ti ������    irprise, I be  ���
fere to le irn   from  I he Col mlsl   thai
this ������ latemenl  .    to be   ibandone i as
a  a:  , ,. .  of claiu   and anothei     i
siit:.'i-       lerefo       Here I     the nev.
���
Th ind    .   ���:. -i ���   h i his prov-
Inci    de    ind tela     i-nn ild rati m
are   hi   .....'.    i    is i tito Let  of ll -
va        . face,  ii hli     makes   the
oi   a!,..:.   i rati ���      relatIvefj     mu
..a., i hai > ol her parts if ii e
Dominion Thi- A a permanent factor of our situation, and Its effe I
upon our material developmenl and
ui'iit: our provincial finance i is apparent to every pers in v. bo observes."
This, bo far as it goes I there i ��� in-
other Colonist article sin; to be referred tm furnishes no ground of
claim ai all. Lei it be remembered
thai whai we ask for Is �� readjustment of the fiscal provisions of the
terras of union. The condition of the
country, with respect to its physical
features, is the same to-day as when
the terms were drawn up, and the!
men who represented British Columbia on that occasion knew all about
these conditions.
We do nol sav thai the Province
has no claim to "better terms." On
the contrary, we fully believe that it
has. The bargain expre sod in the
terms of union was no sir,lock bond.
It, the very nature of things ii is
subjeci io readjustmenl from time to
lIme. indeed, it is aol neco i; '���' to
argue thai poinl al all, for the principle has been established, But we
must I ase our claim upon _he unfairness ot  the existing  agreement.
minion  has  far exceeded  all  the ex-
. ��� ndlture ii   has be a cali.d upon I i
. ke on account of this Pr ivlnce.
Eastern politicians uuu to __sist fhat
the whole cost of the railway must
be charged up agaiusi this Province,
Time has shown A- falla i of that !
i ontentlon; nay, British t ! im ii i
mighl now retort thai. lad she remained out of i onfederai i in, the rall-
n.... would nol have een iui I :. :
manj years and the development if
C uiada would have een Indefinit elj
poi   i ine I
Now, ii may fairly be argued that,
had the condition of matters as the;
are to-day been so foreseen or revealed thai all men would have known
them when the terms of union 'were
drawn up, these terms would have
been much more favorable to the
Province than they actually were.
No  one   who   can   recall   the cir   ��� a
The Vancouver World has a story]
ibou p ertaln i kages of New Westmlnstei reamer; butter which a
World man procured In terminal cltj
store- and weighed, and whicli were
each found tj be a fraction of an
ounce short of the full pound, it
does not saj a fraction of an ounce,
however; ii says so aiany "drams."
Manifestly, therefore, the i-ecord is
In omplete; we should have been informed h hether the Wor! I man too
the " : i is" if ire In weighed the
butter. This Is an Important point,
and we wonder that a piper of the
World's well known cautious and
.-it'!, ulo ��� - a turacy should have
omitted it. The om_s-ion is the more
serious ������ ause, having interviewed
the crea i erj 'p."a an I >> eighe i -���-..���
irselves we are al a loss I ���
account for the World's discovery exci pi on some sue] ��� islti m as tha
The ratter is caret i
m ireover, i. ��� i m
plain!- - i'.a- from the men w i -
bought it from the creamery, an I
Aio-o a al I i. iturallj be the firsl I i
If tb    ���   t, - anj thing >vrong
PROVINCIA
EXHIBITION
-o-
R'JMOR   OF    EARLY    ELECTION.
The V in ouver Worl i makes pro .
t    v'i     [g   ���   pe  nnd    ed   ink
rum ���!���   thai   the   legislature is   to
dissolve 1   al   om e   an I the  election -
held  in  December.    The storj   i imes
fi om  Victoria, an I   is   said  to   be   a
street rumor.    We   happen  to  kn iw
that  cot tin   ; eople   wh i  have   pal I
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Right Honorable Earl Grey, G. C. M. G., Governor Gent
of Canada, will open the exhibition, 2:30 P. M.
���al
stances and conditions existing al tii"   ': ise  ':   !Eti ':' ' ' ,; : 3e "' evi
time of confederation will deny that
Thai is the ground of our claim. 'It
must be based up 'hanged conditions, and the difficulties of road
building and administration of provincial affairs generaly have not
changed. Perhaps it would be more
i orreel t.i say tha' I ������: > an I i's developments have male them  relative-
fa ive '' ii   some w ���'���-.-. Ini in
ha : ��� ourse rumored would I e
taken. If the rumor proves to be
correct, it confirms their opinion: but
then it maj have it - 01 igin in an em
phatic expression of that opinion. As
we ha, '��� aid 1 im th Brst, I he pi ���
per thing to lo ii to get re i Ij an i
keep ready
 o���   ���
ly  '.ess costly.
Certain  passages   In   the  Colonist's Not the Same James Innes,
articles lead to the  Inferem      hat It      James  Innes,  one  or the cmployi
wlsh.es  tp,create an  Impression  that   of the Brunette box factory, called al
the   present   political ilexion   'Alibis     fice    esterda    evening and ex
���
plalne I thai ��� . - - noi the Jim Innes
���a ho had - il mis ��� i up In a scrap on
Front streel Saturday night, and who
���i t - rep irte I to A-. e lost several
In the -' ��� iggle. In support of
hi.- theor; . Mr, Innes exhibited a
which dl I aot appear 'i : p. o ieen recentlj disturbe i
bj lis': : bio '- -. an I as his gem ral
them (rom the muddle Into which facial appearance lias not been al-
tbey gol the matter in the local tered, ll naturallj follows that he can-
House; but only In thir way can the not be the partj whose oval.,.-, in
political aspect, affect the settlement, the pugilistic realm figured in the
There is, however, one serious weak Dally News on Monday morning,
the provincial _ ivei'nment ma i i
it more difficult for the Pr ivim
o italn at Ottawa th r con -i-i.-: ition
to whicli it Is entitle i In llrectl; ll
may; the Ability of the members of
the present governmenl to propi Ij
handle the matter may well be ���! iu it
ed, seeing thai thej had to all iw the
leader  of  the   opposition   to  ros   ie
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
In  Prizes  and Attractions
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone !���_-_.
J.  R. Gniey, 'Prione  141
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Goal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
!      Enlarged Grounds, New, Handsome and Spacious
Buildings.
Championship Events in Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Scottish
Sports, Baseball and Military Exercises.
Indian Sports,     Canoe Races,    Lacrosse,    Tug of War.
A    a agents B, it. t'otti
Local agents \ ancouvi
.��� C o. sewer pipe, etc.
i'o rtland Ci ment Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-ij
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New Westminster
Mayor Keary
Aid. Jardine
Aid. Adams
Aid. Davies
Aid. Henley
Aid. Howay
Aid. Shiles
Aid. Garrett,
T. J. Trapp
G. D. Brymer
L. A. Lewis
C A. Welsh
W. R. Gilley
J. B. Kennedy, M. P.
EXECUTIVE:
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Judge Bole
J. I). Taylor
I). S. Curtis
J no. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexander Adair,.-;
.!. 11. Vidal
li. J. Rickman
VV. E. Vanstone
J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jan I ine
I). R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A. H. B. Macgowan, M.P.P-
A. C. Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
T. J. TRAPP,
President
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C. TUE5DA>
SEPT. 13.  1906.
THE DAIL\   NEWS
The Cash Store
I
Local News Briefly Told
Our Genuine
Paris and New York
Pattern Hats
., -
���
A   mee ing     '     i  -   .
:
ou V ...'������������
. itel   o'tr1'' '���'��� I
igaln he -a-
terday, ai at 2
ifore, and ��� esu
i i lointe I
��'ho '        ........... familial
with I i
ras a
atli ���  white men, Chln-
-������     ���       i       i .   .. - lie
!..    al ��� cket o    ce ami I
i       ��� he oat    �� is,  and
iui   exception   thi      wenl   awaj
mad, and not a tew Bald things.
The captain of the  Water Lily  is
having the huge watei  tanks removed
:'i  ol  the  vessel, with  a
view to lightening It.   The tanks were
Id    illed    ong   igo   when   the  Wati
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish la what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is to give these two qualities in every article bought ani sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ls
a leader and is a winner; room, mo comfortable; axel those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is ono
of the best.   Morris chairs al'  oa        .-ne  from  $7.50  each up
i LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl   Block.
Telephone 73.
C. M. he !i>c_
ere an -   - after
���ha   At     '���'���:i    engage:   In  carrying  n i   -
d a  to h. -   Waj ist;'-  Beel  wl ���- \, use I   I
- , .    . anci ������'"' Ea ruim il      who.
��� last wei ,        new i id
���   ' '    di   - weri    ,'laced  In th r o
-   -- '  ,      .-.. lci     hi       .       rudder
which   i:   had     irevdouslj    -.-
:   manln ,       .    The  v n-lll -- ������   .
g ' nortl   ii  the Intefe - - o
some   time a   l;'! ~" '"J "'���- ca-axPa  'j'  "i"' 'al ;"n ��n
��� , , . i   Vancouvi      ;lai
���
'
Have You Seen Them Yourself ?
i   .   , ���      , pleased I    show
see -I mnaj  who i at;. ���
Lt'si       .       :        -   -     -   SMITH'S   ������ WS.
Our Genuine Scotch
Tweeds & Tartar PSaids
���   e are
ie can qu   ������ on 1
ictlve to
v. >'re
��� ll   make thi
-   ���     "
lhi   c
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���il i     '
i.  "i  r ��� ���
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'An    a    .
Mesa;       :    ;
I  City 71 :     :
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Have You Seen These Goods?
J:i$! Read These Prices Over Two or Three Times
anil Come and See ilie Goods.
Il    V
yd.
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ind laj
yd.
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-. I ." - .      I 2      I   1      "  1
die.  75c,  85c  and
i   le,  25c.   3:c.   5'jC  and
y ���,'.:: .British   i''   t   an I   Wot
iths  and i -"tii  -' f A ;    ��� $1.53
T.H.
S     Pa        '- !.      was isj
esterd nooi
d idles of S     Pe      - church
i   en . laudabli   woi k of
:i -'���.;-  ��� enance
St. Ma he afte
if hand/_
ill   thi
....   a  le  - ipply was so
a  th ng the
a     -  -.' ere cle - ��� i ��� .
igress        whlsl    tou t a u ni    vi - -
���  'St   hi Id,  in   :��� hii h    hen     ���     e   a     irgi
numbe - om "-'it irs.     During   I   ������
���e hments wi    i serve   and
. sic  was ren lere 1.
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��� I     '    . - S aii I
-; Boy Finds Dead Body.
r:is"  n",ii!   ���'���' assize      uexandei   McMartin,  a resident of
: " :��� "���    H��   this citj   for manj   years, was found
:- - ticulars  ol    .,., ,  ,,, i,ls . ..,      .,.. ,.  ; ,.   morning
W.   Co n.  a   Daily  News delivery
V  , rea      of wa e     was "'" while   ,u hi's rounds    The   a    '
.,.-,.        .                     ;..-��� - ,. tei         p .- attracted A-  a   tootless
,,    ,..-..;.].,,      The '"';   i''''''-';l11-"-  Erot_  the doorway of
..,'.',-        .'          ' small shack at. th�� corner of Royal
u        ������      -  ���������       """;" and  M<-"u'"s 8treet' and u"ou
investigating he found  thi   lead body
of McMartin strei,-:...; u]      the door.
W, VI ���. 1 his ba nd    rhi   police  were  nodfied  ol the dls-
: -    V the covery  md Chiel Mcintosh and Detec-
answer to i      cl ..-   I   idshaw    were    soon   on   the
if having   ii . scene,   The   bodj    was   found    to be.
Saturd - ven   no   q   te stiff  and  cold,  and  death must
n I -������-   ' ntton. have tai en p ice abw U five hours be-
I     polici -a fori       i police arrive',
Captain    Pittendrigh    viewe I
.   later in the day and cana. to the
lusioi   I iia;   the    min   had    died I
from  hea     fai   .      iccelerated by al-
exi esses
\i -   McMan in, wh i lives In Chilli-
.v.ip-Ip,  li i -   . sen   consulted.    The   de-
ceasi I a as a     .; t_ years of age, and
-   cnief  Mclnl '_-med his d    ���-   came '���> :llis province   froui  Ontario.
:1. the po Ic    -       a yeste    i    morn    lie has   been   living   apart  from   his
ing after hai    ...  av       m his ai    wife    oi   several   years,   she   having
��� holiday, v. h le    ray al     - A a- h    eft in    of  his  drinking
ai  Pitt  Med :-'" i, the ch I up i ha - he now   lies at   Mur- :
i  hinl   ��������������� iwln ii, which he says
one of the best s
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Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want. Madam?
We have a good selection, and the price- will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock i.s always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
G.N.R.   fre
was
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s< "w  loa I.r"'        'rom tl
. . the   Dell i   nui    Ipalli
Thi   Dell i com        -
n ro   | cons ���������       I rock
e used    ������      -     ur < s -.
I   s ever
For Watery Eves.
Persons whose eyes run wai ir '������'������
piousty in the winter winds will get
relief "by bathing the eves in a solution oi one teaspoonful of boracic
acid to a glass of hoi water.
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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SCHOOL
BOOKS
THE RIGHT KIND OP SCRIBBLERS,
EXERCISE BOOKS, PADS, PENCILS,
RUBBERS,  ETC.
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BOOKSELLERS
MACKAY & CO.
STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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and  Centra
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Machine Oo on  Linen.
Rlso :'" consldered' Yellow stains lefl on linen b   sev
I--   ,- .!. t, ��� ���      ised   hi ugh the   ing machine oil ran be removed bj
..... i, ,.     i   i,     el ; a   rubbing the ���������������' - wi h immoiua bo-
fi-om tl     i mntry, v   're he I    I   fore washing wil    -���    i
been o        ti      while In s    rch of a
table ti v hli h I i ere ������ a
mu.a.      ml >ns   u     v
rhe -: - i   t ��� ��� tat lum
woul im _cte,i near Kan
loops.l ik*
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i.i the lollce a a las renlng, hav
inn boon found bj in officer ��� i the
w io-;- front. She dated thai Bhe bad
onlj just arrive I in the city, had no
friend i, and lid uoc know where ' i
sleep. She �� is given a bed al the
lockup, and wlll I.- allowed I i go
again In the morning.
The Water Lllj came back on Sun
day I'ri'iii Van louver, where i cargo
of 3,000 ��� ase i of canned salmon was
discharged, Hie sal n "'��� was taken
from i*. Windsor's ernu" j La
hoai look a logging camp outfit io the
IMti lake district, where ll v II ' e   al
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WA ll rir\ and best stork of WATCHES
MT11 V/IILVJ jn fche city> but aiso have the
S_H__H___________5Hsole a?ancy for the HAMILTON WATCHES which Cor accurate time keeping
cannot be beaten.
W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, fhe Jeweler, Columbia St.
in operation
Royal City,
by   e.i ai. Fader, of
tin
Wanted ,V once, Men to iMiitract
for cutting 5,000 to 10,000 cords o_
shlngle holts. Apply to the Fraser
River  Lumber Co,
Wanted at Once ���Quick, active, en-
ergetlc boya From 16 to 20 years
of age. Apply personally, Western
Canadian Can Factory, Sixth street.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an ofiice, Apply to
Chae, 0, Major.
Wahted���Experienced    nurse    for    3
children,    Apply   Box   192,   Revel-
toke, B, C.
;���;'    The big  iu   ; "i  pipe tor the King
$  Edward arrived   here   yesterdaj  and | Wanted���First-class
>} ; was unloaded al the Bchaake machine
!���, J works, whore it Is being trimmed and
$ ; ;, ijusied in ' ���' llness tor Installation
;J; j on  the  dredge.,   The   pipe   wlll   be
������.   ready  tor ailjustmenl In n few days
mi i in all proi ablllt) the died'-" will
bo ready toi ictlve aervire early ue\t
week.
The Tran ter   started   on Us new
time raid Por the down river run yes-
hand      ironer.
New  Method   Steam   Laundry.
For Sale. -Fnrnlinre and good-will of
boarding house. Rooms are full.
Apply P. 0. Box 501, or 317 Apnea
street.   Mrs, Huff.
Wanted���Young man wanted as waiter
to Hike charge of restaurant at nlghl.
Apply Kenny's Restaurant, Columbia street,
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
FOR   SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
Advertise   in   The   News
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eichenbach  Company,  Limited
Competition Closes Saturday, September ^^, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT--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.
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
C. T. 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. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. Tt. WESTR. JLAN'CTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,   10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R, MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V., V.'.  & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. X. W. 3 ]i. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
C. X. 11.��� PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. VV. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p, m.; ar. N. W.
8:45 p rn. and C p. in.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. .N'ew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
und - a. m., and every half hour thereafter tiii li p. m,
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
From Chwk.  Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p. m,; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.     Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.       8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.3d p.m
Van. <Si Cent. Park...10.30 a.m. 2 p.in
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a,m
East Burnaby  1,15   1.10 p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30 p.m. 10.30a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coo,'__. .4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnahy..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timlierland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m.   12.00 m.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
|     Red Mountain Ry. Co.     |
The only al! 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.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects ��t Meyers Fills with
stage r*'ii 1 y for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
landings   between   N< w
am! Chilllwai k,
Westminster
1001.
Leave
Day Train
Arrive
0.20 a.m.
...  Spokane   .
..7.15 p.m.
i_.25 p.m.
...Rossland   .
. .4.10 p.m.
940 a.m. .
.... Nelson ...
.. 6.45 p.m.
TIME TABLE
iSulject to change wt'uout    notice. 1
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Sept. 23rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Od. 4th.
Princess; May leaves Vancouver,
Oct  12��_.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1 p, il.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
NORTHERN  B. C.   ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., -'nil
and 10th of each month, calling at
Slcldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure   are   approximate,
For reservations and information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J.  COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver,
,1. VS. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
YV. il. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dejt.,
New V.A'sIminster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars und through tourist
and   first-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at   7:25.
Imperial  Limited,  leaves  at   17:20.
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
H. A. JACKSON.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK TIIE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU 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.
j Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
[and   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   with
both   electricity   and   gas;,  the   most
i brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
, world.      The   equipment   consists   of
| ptivate   compartment   cars,   standard
; 16  section   sleepers,   luxurious   dining
| car. reclining chair cars  (seats free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a, m.
on Wiaiin   ia.-. and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except s,it-
urday and Sunday at 1:20 p, in. Saturday iit 2:110 p. in.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. _a. on 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria ou tlie 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way points. Leaves Victoria ou 20tb
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatslno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 3 p. in. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. witb additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. ru.; Friday at 0 a. in. additional
trip Saturday Ii p. in.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves N>w Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 u. re. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturday*,   calling  at
Synopsis   oi   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands wiih-:
in the Railway Bell in liritish Colum-1
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole bead of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
tbe extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less,
Entry must, be made personally at
tit" local land office for the district in
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
O) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or  mother.
(.1) ll the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in wiiting 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. II.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General   Passencer   A[.erit,
Vancouver.
j Northern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel nn the Famous
"NORTH ('i)AST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates,
Quick Time, Excellent Service, j
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-1
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G.    A
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter sirvice.
For information  apply  to
J. H, ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver, li.  C
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv I NKW Dall)
Leave1 WESTMINSTER Arrive
9:20 urn lilalne, Belling- 3 M pra I
4:35 pni ham       Burling-11:55pm j
;ton,   Mt,   Ver-I i
mon,     Everett !
Seattle          and i
Portland. i
4:35 pm Spokane,      Pt. 3:00pa }
jPaul    and   all
points  K.'ist. I
9.20 am|Anacortes, 3:00 pm j
IWoolley, und'               j
iRockport, '
3:00 pm Vancouver |9 20am
9:55 pm; |4: 3f> i>m  J
Lv, New Westminster for
Guichon 3:60 p, in. Ar. Guli boa
(i p, ui., Monday, Wednesday,
Friday.
_::45 a. m ar. from Guicbon,
9:30 a. m, i.v. for Vanco
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, -Ilnneapolls,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chli ��� ;o, S
Louis ami  till   puints East,
For complete Information
run's, berth reservation, etc.,
cull on or address,
P. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bunk of Commerce BuKdlng.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. VIHIKES, A. G. P. A-,     |
Comer Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.       j
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAM
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK an'l
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara J ���'��������
For Time Tallies, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'JX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, id. ���
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The ROYAL TEMPLARS or TBM
perance me il every Wednesday
,v ' o'clock ii. in.. In Oddfellows'
Columbia itreet, Vlsltlns
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Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
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THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
80N- OF 'SCOTLAND  BENEFIT   A -
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE  ISLE-'
camp, 191.���m , on tbe first and
Tuesda    o. everj   month  'n
'   i'   ii,.      .lohn    MeNlveti
��� A  l. .1. PoFrre8teT, R.er, Set
Npw Westrrifnster, B. C.
Special Mim 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
rmy     \
! Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
| Min ifflC-irrers of
! Show Cases, Store Fillings and Bar Figures
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  t epot
Columbia St.
Qaggage delivered    promj)_iy to any
part of the city.
mmm^%mm U    Th* CatrtAhet* M--niifact.ifrinS Co. | Light and Heavy Hauling
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VANCOL
'Hoi   TIioiio ISli,        JIuit fflona 131
Synopsi- of Regulations lor  Disp    ..
ol Miiui.ils on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon territory.
Coal lands ma]    be    pur-
I . ed at Sio per ,iciu     - ...
;A-o  for  anthracite.     Not  more
tli.m 320 acres can be a      ired b;  one
1     ,'idual or  company,     Royalty  at
the ral   of ten cents per ton ol
pound-; shall bi 1 on the   |
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint -.tuck com-
holding free miners' certil 1   ���
ma)  obtain enti y for a mining '.
tion.
A tree miners ccrtincatc is granted
; for one or more years, not exceeding
live, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, navtng discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 fect by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocatcd within ten miles
of r mining recorder's office, one additional   day   allowed   for   every   additional  ten  miles  or  fraction.     The
j fee for recording a claim is $S.
j    At least $100 must be expended on
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r first year at      n
quent
mining in  th.
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.  iin      hall ni     exceed 2
.  ���    mi - - red 01   thi
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..      1,1       ���.      1  t. ,   .  from  1000 (-i
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 t sq jare.
mai ...pi   by   tw j   li _
- , 1.  end, bearing ni
-     - .      t bi     1   ained v ithin
ten  da  ��� im   . ���   within ten
t.     ..tiling recorder's offi
ne extra .day al    -    ������ for each addi
������a .   ten    fraction.
The  per on  -        '������ .   ny  sinking j.
.1 , free  miner's cer-
ifica
The  discoverei new mine  i3
....1    i   to  =   da   1  of   tooo  feet in
, h,  aand if I       party < insi ts of
;oo .a.      thei     n th   output   un   which   no   royalty    shall    br
charged the rest of the party ordin-
ir;   ��� -. m3 only.
Entry fee $10.     Royalty at tile r,.i
1 I   ..    ...;    ne-half   per cent, on t'.i -
...   .    of  the  gold  shipped  from  th
.  to the rights of all person- wh
....  ���', or who may receive er.ti e- for
bar di^'-p; :   - - ... ...    clain      exaepl
on the Sa i :;--.,.m River, where
ihe lessee can dredge- to���high-water
mark on each altern    -        ...
The  lessee shall  have a dredge in
oper.it in within oni  seas   1   .  m the
of the lca-,e for each  live  tn le
but  where a person  or company has
,   a   -... ,,.-   than   one   lease   one
...v'i.   01   1 ��� li fifteen miles or fr.1-
tion there, if i.s sufficient.     Rental, $10
per annum  for    each    mile    of river
., 1 .. :.     Royalty at the. rate of 1...
anil a half per cent. p. .Uei ted
. ut after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Vui- m Territory���
Aji.x lea ��� es of five miles each maj   be
ited to a tree miner for a term
- >       ; alsi   renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to th
ubmerged  bar or  bars  in  the  river
a    low    water    mark, that bum
., y to be fixed by its position on t.i
la;   oi   _ugust in the ye it   if the
.   of the le 1   .
 1    ���     shall have on ���   lredge
ipi ration \ ithin  two years  fron
.,    da .. of the lease, and    ne   Ifi
,. .1 n,e ������ les within   ib   ������
.-', date.    R< tai ��� " > pi.1 mill
��� a   : ���   p lid   t >  the
imptroll ..
No free 1       r shall recei1 e a gran
.,   tha     me  roi ling  i   ini on
 1,   creek   or   gulch,
,..,; 1 miner   may   hold  any
ler 0     . iu     by   purc-li; a-,   md
miners   v ij    \    k   Iheii   1
ni.   0     1     filing n--'ice    n i
ig fee 0     .     .'.     tun  ". '���   b
iothi      ���    lined  on
;;,. __eek,   ;a   h ri
ving      a .,    nd payii      1    1
.,. ne     ���   .
.p.   to tl    ���>        of al least $_oo
,\   . a  work  has  been
1 idoni d, an 0 opi n  to 0
md enti > by .1 free miner.
Berths on their sleeper- are longer,
��� i wider th tn in similar cars
nj     ithei   ia- i.     They   protect
Iheir trains by the Mock System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
t    aj   and   publishing   notices   in  the
.,  Official Gaaette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated  Do-
' minion I.amis in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
I Territory, are open to prospecting for
1 petroleum,  and  the minister may re-
j serve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of  1920 acres for
such   period  as  he  may  decide,  the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.    Should the prospector  discover  oil   in   paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
' acres, including the. oil well, will be
I sold to the prospector at the rate of
I $1  an acre, and the remainder of the
tract   reserved,   namely,   ia8o   acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
VV. VV. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dent. Interior.
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:A THE DAILY   NEWS
TUESDAY.
'T.
"C6.
REASONS    WHY We Want Vgur Trad.
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have the most complete stock of R_ncy anil Staple
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before Quantity,
4. We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest yoa, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
G. ADAMS,
FREE STREET SHOW
STOPPED BY POLICE
Unique   Performer   Gees to  the   City
Lockup to  Get Sober
Acaln.
CHEAP   PUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
A determine I atti uij t lo pa i him-
-��� .. i ,-; as a funny man prove i I
tiie- undoing ol a Swede, Edwai t
Swanson, yesterday afternoon. Stimulated by man} interna] applications
o:' whisky, Swanson started off to act
as advance agent for the Josh i1'
kins comedy company bj parading on
Columbia streel while eating a pat of
butter. His gesticulations and gyrations attracted the attention of a large
number of childri n. who came from
all sides to enjoy the free Bhow; but
unfortunately for Swanson it also at-
��� ri ted the attentl m i I a mi mbi i ii
the police force, who Insisted upon
tin- humorist accompanying bim I
the lockup, where a cht i ge ol Irunk
and disoi lerlj was enter* I againsl
him.
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NEW FREIGHT SHED
IS READY FOR ISE
New  and   Popular  Styles  of
M. BELYEA & CO,
Commodious    Structure     Erected    by
Great  Northern  Railway Co.
Open  fcr  Eusiness.
Telephone    ISO.
...call on....      ACCOUNTS PASSED
T.A.Muir&Co.        van am.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -   - B. C
The following accounts were passed
for payment at last night's meeting
oi the city council:
Parks committee���Anderson & Lusby, 85c; Reichenbach Co., $5; Brackman-Ker Milling Co., 70c, Adams Ai
beans. $12.93; total, $19.53.
Health committee���Kwong On Wo,
$1; Charles H. Lilly Co., $1; W. C.
Chamberlin, $3; W. S. Collister &
Co., 55c; Cunningham Hardware Co..
,5c; Westminster Transfer Co., $1.50;
total, $7.HO.
Police committee���ri. H. Thompson,
$1; George Cunningham _; Son, $2;
Brackman-Ker .Milling Co., $6.55; Cunningham Hardware Co., $4.04; T. J.
Trapp ^ Co., $2; Captain Pittendrigh,
i coroner. $5;  Thomas Ovens, $1; John
| Creau. $14.40;  P. L. Okamura, $2.50;
IH. L. De Beck, $12; rt H Benson, $1;
j total,  $51.41.1.
Market���H, T. Kirk, 10c.
Water and sewerage ��� Brackman-
Ker Milling Co., $3; T, J. Trapp k
Co., $14.32; R. H. Benson, $1.50; Cunningham Hardware- Co, $131.39; Geo.
Cunningham k Son. $11.50; National
Meter Co.. $45.60; H. Morey <_ Co.,
$4.65; .!. Al. Kenny. $14: Schaake
Machine works, $257.40; total, $483.36,
B ard ol works���H. "S. Kirk, $47.20;
Royal Cltj Planing .Mills, $328.32;
Bu kland & Small .Mills Co., $948.22;
Brackman-Ker .Milling Co., $36.75; T.
J Trapp _. Co., $3.05; R, H. Benson.
$3.25; Cunningham Hardware Co.,
b5c; Wilber Smith, $78.60; C. C. Dunn,
$4,S; Anderson k Ltisby, $13.60; J.
I W. Creighton, $19,20; total, $1,527.0..
Finance ��� Columbian Co., Ltd.,
$2.50; George H. Hewitt Co., $11.Id;
G.N.W. Telegraph Co., $2.61; II. T,
Kirk, $1.75; H. Wintemute, $6.50; S.
A. Thompson, $8; C.P.R.  Telegraph
C  ..   $5.51 ;    Mrs.   John   Ross.  $15;   total, $52.97.
Finance foi schools ��� .1. Lindsay,
$19.11 : Vanstone Heating a.- Plumbing Co . $48 95; Miss Winter, $10;
Daily News Publishing Cc��� ��0e; Wm.
"��� ��� $ 15.65; Colum    in Co., Ltd.,
$i ���   ���'   Crake,  Jl 25;   V.     Townsend,
$t 0.45;    _ndei son &  I. isby, $10;   II.
QCA   K __�����_.   I     1        T   Ki"" $': tota1, ���'���'"'
oo4 Acres, r lit Lake i     ,<.n  $nn a���
F. 1  /"*     1 '    "" & i-|i'"- $l-":'i Brackman-Ker
ir and Cedar      ���Mi:!i"- ���'��� *::v-a s. j. Davison,
% 1.70;  Royal  City  Transfer Co.,  75c;
estimated 20,000 to tin-acre.    Easy of   -,-.  .,.  TraJ)p & Qo _ $- |(|; J()hn RHi|
access.     M.-n   a   Quarter  Section,   in-   $1.25;     Cunningham     Hardware  Co.,
eluding   6,000   cords   Shingle    Bolts.   $7.50;  Gutta Percba _.���  Rubber Manu-
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
ail 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.
Th<' G.N.R, Co. has aban lom I the
old treight shed, and yesterdaj moved
Into the new building* Electricians
were busy yesterdaj installing the
electric lights and will be through
their job to-day. Thi building when
completed will be lighted up by 32
sixteen candle powe Incandescents.
The building is 200 feet long by 50
feet wide. At the wesl 'til of the
building is the business office and
tht bonded warehouse. On the outei
wharf, which is about 15 feel wide,
the absence of the usual piles for
hitching posts foi vessels is noticed.
Instead, strong iron cleats are bolted
into the wharf at intervals, which
will take the place 1 f the unsightlj
pile ends and will be :.. 11 li mi re convenient,
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SPANISH PRETENDER
CAUSES EXCITEMENT
Civil  and   Military   Authorities   Adopt
Severe   Measures to  Suppress
Carlist  Agitation.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
"Timber
Limits"
San Sebastian, Spain, Sept, 17.���
Tin-- recurrence ol the Carlisl agitation In Catalonia has caused the civil
and military authorities of those provinces to adopt most Beven measures
ii r its suppression, fhen has been
concerted action among the extremi
elements of the Carlista, whose activity is attributed to the influenci oi
Oon Carlos, the Spanish pretender.
Large sums of money from an unknown source bave been distributed
recently among the Carlists, Thi
frontiers and the coast lines are constantly watched by tbe gendarmerie.
A number of influential Carlist- havi
lisappeared. All ���''.-; ;.'i hi - are su
jeel to the strictest censorship.
The evenings now arc 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.   (>ur well known
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT
has given the best of satisfaction, and we recommend
it.    Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
COQUITLAM COUNCIL
COMPLAINS OF DAM
(Continued  from  Page One.)
; .,. ing been mi le wil 1 b     some time
ago  1 y whh b he was givei   lhi     .'1
bi ���   from <   I shacks   which   the  city
bad   ordered   1     Le    lesl    ��� ��� ��� I.     The
_ ; ���������     . , ��� fire com
mittee witb      ver 1    ,. '
Philip    '.'���  ���       .������:���������    , sking    thal
Tenth avenui   be graded, as he wished
mild .: residen ���    hi re.    Referred
to the board oi works to report
Asks fcr Photograph.
E. K.-ni't bar sen, ol Copenhagen,
Denmark, wrote asking for an un-
un nited photograph oi the city hall,
which be wishes to embody In the collection ol city ball photographs In the
Copenhagen hall. Tin i lerk was In-
-t: icted to write a suitable reply, also
:.|     vard a photoglyph
, Works Recommended.
The chairman if the board of
works broughl In a report recom-
I mending the building of a sidewalk on
the - 1 ;'ii sidi oi St. George Btreet, al
an estimati 1 cosl ol $197. A Bide-
v. all ' ;i Fifth avi nue, betwei n Fifth
and Sixth streets, with a crossing on
Fit' b sl m et, wi - bIso recommended,
thi 1 - to be abi il $vv lioih recommendations were accepted with-
Ise iBsii 11.
Ladies' and Misses' (
At  Popular  Prices���
$5.00, $6.00, $7.50, $10.00 to $20.0o
These   prices   represent   excellent   values In Ladies'J
$2.50. J3.CC. $4.75, $6.50 to $10.00*   gives   a   ch
dren's Jackets wblch an  low In price, ol the besl   iu
Make an eai'. ��� select! m,
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
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PURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
���o-
near Aldergrove.   Enquire aboul these.
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
2G0 Columbia St.   Phone 85
School Books
and Supplies
facturing Co., {7; George Cunningham & Son. V: J. N.. Aitcheson,
$1.60;  total, $76.50,
Light���Brackman-Ker Milling Co.,
$10,95; Anderson & Lusby, $16.43; T.
.1. Trapp & Co., $26.16; Thos. Ovens,
$26.77; Et. il. Benson, 26c; John
Reid, $_: Cunningham Hardware Co.,
, $1.8-; Alex, Speck, 25c; li. C. Electric Railway Co., $645.26; Canadian
General Electric Co., $240.37;   li. C.
, Electric   Railway   Co.,   $53.20;  total,
j $1,023.68,
Bridge���W, A. Ollley, $41.50.
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Arrested for Rejoicing.
Odessa, s< pt, 17.���Upwards of one
hundred persons were arrested here
lo-day for rejoicing over the death of
Genera] Tn 1 off In too pul ll" a manner,
RI 01 SOME FORCE
in the community, A poor " hand-
to-month man " never is. Make up
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY 01D MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant young man and did nol
stare RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to your I'arn-
ily. 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House anil
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60x182. . $17SO
Very Easy Terms.
If YOU HAVE A 10T
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
f. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
LANGLEY NEWS.
}'u:< Hammond, Sept. 16.���Mr. Walton, jr., fell 1 it' a barn a few days ago
.and sustained .1 broken collar bom-.
He v,. - la.a.i- llatelj n moved to the
new ho- ��� Ital al Clovi rdale for treatment.
The funeral ol thi late Mrs. Max
well took plai e on Mon la) li Bt. The
deci asi 1 was among lhe earliest re
sidi nt- 1 : the distrot a���u ivas uni-
vi 1 sail; respi cted and bi lovi I. The
funi 1. was a large "i:1'. an 1 1 be remains wi re Intei red in I he ( Hover-
dale ci meti ry, 'I be 1 a��-i .1: ei s were
WA Moi rison, W. Mead, ll. Harris, .1
Smith, W. Larmon, .1. McKee, and
it'--.. .'. D inn, "i Whi on ���-. , - on t id
��� 1 the funeri     ervici
l.it''. Morrl Dalr fell off a laun b
p li iu Ing to Mr. Potti . ���- .- daj -
ago . i ; a : .... I; ��� a ned drowning.
T�� " li gli wi plaj Ing with
him and n .... : when he fell In.
Mr, P itti r, Vi .a. ---.a close al band,
divi 1 aftei the child and brought him
nut, Bafe bul ba i' 1 :��� Ighti ned.
Mi s, Jean Templar gave .- very fine
lecturi ���, the Langley Presb> terlan
church lasi nlghl on hi r trip through
the Holy Land.
Edgar Wilson, of Langley Prairie,
has lefl for Montreal, where be will
take bis second yeai studies In McGill college,
li. Coulter 1ms vacati ' his position
iii Coulter Ai Berry's store al Langley
Prairie In order thai he may atti nd
Columbian college, He bus been succeeded In the store by .1. Lalng.
A niece of E. Iforkson's has come
out from Scotland to visit Mr, York-
son, who Is very ill.
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Marks on  polished Tables.
For remo\ing marks from |iulisli-
ed trays or tallies occasioned by
heated dishes make u thin paste
from salad oil and sail. Spread it
over t he marked place uml leavo for
an hour or more, uml then rub oil'
with n sofi cloth, Thc resull will
be a complete disappearance of tlie
p.i.,,1
in stock.
Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIAL! V.
W. E. FALES,
and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floor.--.     Rear Extension, Front Street, v
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FOR STOCK RAISERS
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'UPID  CA51
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WE-m*'
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
Electric Railway Service
lnter-ur_an Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Stations will rim every half-
hour from utati a. m. to 11 p,
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m, Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only,
City Limits Line���service trom'
6.30 a. m, io 11 p. in.
9   20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and _ and !> and 7.
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30 Minute Service durln? re- +
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Sunday   Service   balf-hourl)'  be ��
Leopold Place.
tween  J.   a.  in.  and  l'l p. ni.
City ,in_ Sapperton.
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Sapperton Line���in Minn'.'1 Ser- *
vice, except  between  i- and t
ll, nnd 6 nnd 7, (lurniK which J
hours    tbe    service   will   be *
half-hourly. ���
Sunday  Service   Half Hourly be ���
tween 8 a. in. nod 11 p. 01.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Lid:
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New Westminster OPERA HOUSE
TUESDAY, Sept. 18, '06
AN   EVERLASTING   SUCCESS
H. H. FRAZEE PRESENTS THE BIG FUN SHOW
UNCLE-
JOSH
PERKINS
Presented by a Company of Singers, Dancers and Comedians.
See Uncle Josh at the County Fair.     Great New York Subway Scene
Positively the Largest and Best Production Ever Given
This Famous Play.
Watch for the Big Parade of The Hayseed Band.
Seats now on sale at Ryall's Drug' Store.
PRICES    75c, 50c and 25c.

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