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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 17:;
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NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C., WEDNESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 26, 1906.
10 CENTS I'll: WEEK
American Forces Start For Cuba
President Palma's Administration Breeks Faith With Peace
Makers and Forces United States Government
Into Armed Intervention.
PALMA DISGUSTS
SECRETARY TAFT
United States Emissaries Become Convinced That Cuban
Elections Were Thoroughly Rotten and That Present
Administration Is Not Sincere.
.-'��� ,'. 25. ��� It i- declared on
vi liij.li a tborrtj Lhal American In-
Irrvei n (lul a   la  certain.    Fur-
lhi ��� It la exp. <������'��� ! that the proclamation ol Intervention will be Is.
- ���    ���    .. Oyeti:  Bay.
... s, pt   25.   The   Cuban  re-
; ghl   stands on  the   verge
;   ��� ���'   I ol American Intei
'���'   :��� rate    party,    w blch   six
��������       ..   was in ' ont roi "f evei ��� ol
Dr. ii      ���    llstrict, to-night is deter-
'��� : ��� abdicate   everj thing   and
Uu    United    States   to inter-
>���:��� tact, evi ;;.   government of-
���   ��� Pn sldent   Palma  down  is
Corel    such    intervention
n j [eld 'ii anj of tbe terms
"��� ��� tbi   Llbei     , a      ,uip1 those
.. : _t  the government
Call it Treason.
��� ���     lea lei - chai acterlze the
'  '  ������   government   as   I i a
��� Se. retarj   Taft   considers
a  le attempt ���" force the
���   Unite I  States Into inter-
'���'! Is is  preciselj   ��bat   Ihe
.. Imlnistration    bas    been
-   to avoi !     With either
��� i in ;-. ivi er,  ��� here woul I
a a condition nf deplorable
an 1   there   Is  nothing
��� relief save fnll contra, by
���     States.
Would  Assist  Americans.
Si   .��� tar)    . :   I be   Inti i loi
'  ' declare I    to night   thai   be
'' ���' I  turn  tbi   arm)   ovei   to
bul all government ofl
��� ;, -.... Ing ��� a.,; ir the rebel
' -   :  . ���   an*   poi' lon of I bi m
in   < onl "I   : be   Cuban
ei   ti   with tbe I Hit
n eve      wa)   possible
Tre   Selfish   Spirit.
'��� ��� Ing at the palace la cote
- ' the - ivei ami nt will not
'���' :.. ' ������ thi igh the govi an ent
I -��� s. 'I l'i- feeling Is coml Ined with
; ��� ng satisfaction that 4h>. United
Stati - will '. e obliged to take ovei
1 . .. ndeflnitely, and possibly- toi
ever
Resignations  of  Ministers.
President   Palma  baa  called a spe-
i lal   54 ssion   ��� :   i ongress   for  Fridaj.
when ht- will present the resignations
' I . -���.; nn i Vice-President M< nd< z
Capot. The Moderates, however, will
not ,p:'��-ihI that session, for in tbeir
hurriedly national Moderate assemblj
to-daj tfcej decided noi to have anything more to do with* tlie govem-
tm nt ol Cuba, claiming they bad been
i.  isi ...  ��� re ite i   b)   Presldenl  !'<���< se-
.- ��� -   representatives,    This  I.   con-
-;'.-������:   : ..   the American   secretaries
as   but   another  Indication   that   the
Mi. lerate  leadi rs, since  I bi ;���  ran uu
i onl ral  the government  themselves,  are   :��� termined that the  Lib-
erala shi II nol obtain control.
Caoot Talks Some.
���-.-   11.   conclusion of the  Mo lerate
to-day, Vice-President Men-
ai /. i 'a; i ���   called   ipon   I be   .merlcan
commissioners and   declared  that  he
had  ; ��� ������ n instructed by the Moderate
���   ���   nal assembl)  to 'Iran a repl)  to
Seen tar)   Taft's   li tter   to   Pn - l< -iT
Pal   a   in  whirh   peace   terms   were
- iggested.   Aftei 'his Interview Senor
Mi ndez Capot said:    I havi   resigned
 abl ���   tn;.  position as t Ic. | rei I
di nl of the rej abllc. I reslgne I be
cause the resignation of President
Palma was forts 1 on  Mm  b) ca isei
letrimental   to   the   dignit)    and  fli
. ol  the < trice of  'li'- ' biel ex-
el itive.    The  presldenl   w 111 ci nvene
a ���   ��� --   on   Fri la consider  his
���i ��� .a ition and ny onn "
Will   Be  No Quorum.
Mi a li .- <'.: i ������ ' sal I fui then  I: sl tl ���
entln    bod)   ol   Mo let ate*   In   '   lh
. . well a�� the entire I    tre
���. ���   nal  or M inez   pai I  .   would  ri
train from attending the ��� xtraoi Iin-
bi ssion. As the M< l< rates and
the Nationalists comprise more than
two-thii Is of each house, there will
be no quorum. This will blocl. action
���in I prove that the struct . ol the
i ustitutional  government   no    i nger
��� xists.
Hold to Last Hope.
Although intervention appears to be
certain, both Messrs. Taft and Bacon
��� :��� i the Associated Press '"-night
tl al such a course would not be taken
so long as a government remains wiih
��� :i they can treat, but  in face of
personal    communication    from
Pn -i i<ii!  Palma that  he is aboul  to
- over the  whole matter,  Secre-
tar)   Taft   has   no great  expectation
��� the present government  will en-
lure for long.
Loses Faith   in   Palma.
Si    ��� tar)  Taft teels that   Presi li at
Pa ::.. - - oui se :- uncalled for, us the
letter .setting forth tbe terms ol peace
ii ���!'��� I    iln-   government  to   suggest
uges  In   ��� In- con litions unsatisfac-
��� i ;��� 'a them, and iii fact to offei any
- thi : ��� Ian which the) believe I would
bc ae rentable to all coin-' rn< fl. Sec-
ieiary  Taft   feels keenly   thai   Presi-
| dem Palma has been Insincere in ib��
negotiations with the American com-
issloni;.-. He bad entered upon the
negotiations with the voluntary prom-
��� ��� ; . iccept the suggestii ns made,
. : ! bad decline i the very Brst pro-
n. This convince I Secretary
Taft that President Palma intended
lo ai ��� ��� only when the suggestions
'.- - ������ I - Cuban government, and
ihat be would wreck the government
rathei than make pi rsonal or pi 11 -.-
sacrifict.
Conference   Suspended   .
Late to-nlghl Secretary Tuft anno ;iici I that I,rems'- ni the attitude
,.: Lhe government the ; roposed con-
���i ren e ���'��� Ith the Liberals would be
.- isj ende I. After Secretary Tafl bad
li line I to go in tin palace, Vice-
Presldenl Mendez Capot repeatedly
-. lied at the Amerii an li gation an !
I ept   tl ���   commlssloni rs  Info me i  i '
��� oe a itii n ������' ' be governm. nl an I the
Moderati - .Ifre lo Zayi s, the Lib
era    -   ler, visited the nn LIki \
��� a times, and thla aftei noon he was
Informed   that   the  negotiations   whh
��� he   Llbei        for a    ���    ������������������ rai ment
a ��� bi iei    orarll) - if pendi '. pend
in.  a ��� ���        thi   governmenl
.. . lng ���       egatlon Secretar)  Zayas
Id tha -'    ���          i ''    had told hlm
��� -  ��� . .- mmenl    I     al      ni In I
ng  ' .������  , residi at, vlce-pre    ent and
members of the cabinet, would
Resignations  Presented.
All the members of the cablnel an
��� bi    bi ads of   the   de) ai tmi ��� -   bavi
presented their resignations t<   President   Palma.    He   has  arc : '���  .   lhl tn,
but the officers will retain their positions   until   the    resignation   i :   tbe
i resident  has been  present* I I    a a
gu-ss.    Senator OTarriil, secretar) of
state and justice,  said that   probably
there would lie a governmenl b) commission   appointed   by   the  American
government,
Thoroughly  Rotten.
Havana, Sept. 25.���-Secretary Taft
and Assistant Secretar) ol State
Bacon informed the Assoclati ! Press
this afternoon thai they were thoroughly disgusted with the petty methods of the governmenl leaders here,
and the American commissioners ad-
mitted that they had practically abandoned their efforts to bring peace
I from the turmoil unless by the use
of force.    Mr. Talt said:
The government officials, Instead
of co-operating with us to .-ave the
iblic, have resorted to evi i y kind
ol obstruction with the object of continuing iheir control of the administration President Palma nnd his advisers have rejected terms of peace
which w< re pr. posed to them, though
| iti the form of a a m\ romise witb
I their opponents. We are still Btriving
; : rangi a si ttlement, and we ti ust
thi .merlcan people will give as credit fo doing everything possible to
accomplish a settlement withonl re-
< i urse lo force. I cannot Bay that l
oi i h , eful, tor i ba ��������� nevi i known
.i more disgusUng i ll tatii n. Investigation i onvinc.": as that Hie elections were thoro ighly rotten. We do
uot want io Iritervi ne, bul con I I .;..
afield may necessitate it"
Warshios Grt 0refers.
Provincetown, Mass., Sepi 25 Hie
United stalls battleJahlps Indians and
Kentucky, of the North Atlantic Rei t,
rei ��� vi .1 orders from the navy flepui I
menl lo day to proceed to Cuba They
will sail a: 6 o'clock to moi row morn
ing. In the meantime ever) ��� .
iu the ileei who can be ��� iare i w ill be
���a ' -i on i oard ihe two ships
Marines   As.rm.ilr.
Washington, Sept, 25    Flftwm hun
"���I mn e A   ��� ���   nu mnrlnei vi���   ������ .
di re I to Cul n to Isi    i Ilie na>
partment,
I I 'i   n: lll'U-ll   I'll    I'.n c    I 'n- IC    I
ONL Y ONE ESCAPE
FROM BARBARISM
Prevailing Spirit  Is Appaling  and   Daily  Bloodshed Is  a
Matter of Indifference In Russia Today ��� Political
Crimes Are Glorified.
Moscow. Sept. 25.���M. Shipoff, the
vi ''-ran reformer, In an Interview with '
the correspondent of the Associated
Press to-day, declared that the only
honorable and possible escape from
the painful ordeal through which Russia was- passing and trom a blacker
future, was the immediate replacement of the Stolypin cabinet, the Immediate announcement of the election
oi members to parliament, and the
immediate declaration of the responsibility of the cablnel to Lhe parliamentary majority.
According to M Shipoff, neither the
O.tobrists, whom he has just Quitted,
nor the Democrat.. who were bidding
high for his adherence, are capable of
stepping Into the breach, the latter on
accouni of their indifference to moral
principles.
This unscrupulousness makes it Impossible for this part;, to bribe Its
way  to  rower  with political  promises.
Shipoff advocates the formation of
,1  new  party whose ideals shall be the
eaceful regeneration of the country
in a constitutional basis. Such .
party would win the allegiance of the
greal body or both Octobrlsts and
Constitutional Democrats.
In i ;;' icizlng Premier Stolypin.
Shamir Bald everything the presenl
afdmlnistratlon lias done or is doing
lacks harmony,
The greatesl mistake." he Bald,
"was the dissolution of parliament I
warned Stolypin at the time thai he
was working againsl fate He dlsl e
Hovel mj warning and talked earnest
ly of liberal reforms and even of safe
guarding freedom of speech Within
three days half ol the press of St
Pi tei .lmrs hs l been silenced
The . hasm '. rt wei n the :������'. pie and
the governmenl now Is almost Impot
���    ',-  to brl Ige     The  ruling  bui i
rae. Ire I  with the  spirit  or
power fi        ��� v>.    . Rake   snd l<  I
���!������  ,������,        .        .,-,-������    ���     ,      (ri
dtfi .-��� ' .   >p   hi "     people
Phe    re ��� ��� I    e      - II      ������ ��� ���-
vo'utii ui/.ing   and   demoralizing   tlie
CO iiitry.
"The prevailing spirit is appalling.
"Daily bloodshed is a matter of Indifference, and political crimes are
glorified.
"The moral principle is disappearing, and Ultimate right and ways are
ignored.
"Russia is sinking into barbarism,
without moral regeneration she is
doomed."
Peasants  Hold  Riotous Sway.
Odessa. Sept. 26.���Thla is the fourth
day of serious agrarian riots in mauy
villages in the vicinity of Kisliineff.
The landlords having refused to grant,
leases, the peasants have biirnt.il all
their stacks of wheat, hay and straw,
have appropriated the land and whipped and expelled the authorities,
Sentenced to Death.
si. Petersburg, Sept. 25.���The man
who killed   General   Koklov   in  th*1
park at Peterhof on July 11, in mis
take  for  General  Trepoff,  1ms  bee
sentence,i to iieiitii by hanging,   Tl
murderer has not been identified,   l
persisted In declaring himself a pei
ant named Vasalleff,
Murder Metropolitan.
Salonlca,   European   Turkey.   Sei I
26    \  band of Valeha on  Sept. '__
near Ravlsta, in the vilayet of Mon
nB.lr, murdered the Greek Metropolitan Co) rtta.
Counterfeiters   Escape.
New  York. Sept   26    Capt Qeorg.
v.   Bernton, of South   America,  and
Lewis M. Thompson, a lawyer of this
.city, wero to-day discharged from cus
tod) b) a United States commissioner
before whom the) were arraigned on
a rharge of having In their posses
sion hubs and plies foi the production
of the Bolivar silver dollar i: was
.. headed that the federal statutes
.    .   .   I   nctlon  be;wee-    ' ��
���, . .
1'nlted Sta-.es , h�� money ol
othi    country
DREDGE       TEKROKISTS BATTLE PTO SAILS AWAV CUSTOM OFFICIALS CHAMBERLAIN'S GOUT        ASSUMES FIRE RISKS
mm\ TO WORK AGAIN        WITH CZAR'S TROOPS WITH LUMBEHI0A0 MAKE liili SECURE        KEEPS HIM AT USE (IV ALL ITS FHF1HT
ln_ Edward Will  Resume Operations   Soldiers Are  Met  With  Revlover F re    Goes  Down  the   Freser  River  .-it   Full   Taks    Tr ,    rhouaand    Dollsrs'   Wort
en  the   Annieville   Bar
Next Week.
and  They   Reply   With
Rifle  Bullets.
Speed    Witn    Caryo
For Nome.
l   .
li  .
'
V
1
ig 13d _ ai I, the governmenl
start      slinging   mud
Mi :,n      next,  and   the
'    ' action will be the Annie ��� I  ���
sel la n .w full} equi|
,   and    wltji    ordlnar.
���   for tl ree years ol    ei
t ���    Strangi      ...      een
:   '   atti :, i the  Ire Ige in iis oper-
nd   will   i.-   manipulated    -
i he  ��� ngineer of the
R    ��� ;��� Lei, will   ta , In the
om.
ial     Sain- ill
��� -  . Ihllll -a ... and ibi il
eturned   to  pon   with  ten
" "' -       h!:i   the   King   Ed
I   ���     'n the Chilli., id   rlvi
- ��� i aslon   of  o, eratl ���������.
The Cllvi  relieve i the Bi
an     ii      tt.
��� - the   ���
:i   i     ni     for bu Ine
I      '  , a ..       Sl  [)t.      -'"'.
Thei -     n   ��� n o inn i      ���' i
troopi     nd   revolu lonl        be e
n     ���   in   t."-.   rests iran      freq lente I
; ���      The      ���:'������'���'��� at
���.   ',, Bean h ihi i      w	
met by < -'    :  "   ' ���   : :,"'r
,     ed  with     "���       he fin    last ..
an hou -���' Ini a  It ml   ti   la
nre In a   tati        ianli     ��� i ���������
newal  ol  the eni o intei " ;, i
. -,     :���,���:. ii   iprlslng.
 o ���
To Investiqate  Cancer.
Nei lelbi        German      3epl   -".
Xhe I, . - Imental In
,tfon ol      neer v       ; ���;i -''   '
a  l ice ol  'ti"
P        i   era i    col
,.-,.. , let ited
.   ���      i:,. nf the Institute, where vie-
���       ���   thc moil
'ihe . aship Q il sailed rot
,. 11. mil i yei tei da) aftei noon. 1 be
el . at rii i a deck load ol ������ 10,000
feol ol I ini '���;, .. hli h will e taken ou
ta Nome as soon us the Quito Iui
��� an aboard a ifllclenl ippl. ol
fuel foi He- trip Tin- ship pn . i
iiii-oiigh iin- draw aboul 130 o'clui i.
an i wns ��� afi Ij taketi oul to tho gull'
py River Plloi Capt   Rogers,   it wenl
Iohii lbe ii\ei   at full speed, nnd  wns
watched by a  huge uumbsr ol -1 eo
tutors.     The   vessel   rod.   lliull.   ilinw
in     ni.'. 11 tool of water, aud the pro-
i ellor v.,i. ibrushing al ove lhe iuf>
fai ''
More 8howers Promised,
Weathoi torsi to\ foi : i hour, from
.*, a.ni. Wednesday on the lower main-
i ind: I.ight or moderate Mads,   arl
; iy cloudy, wiib .howers lo-nistit or i
Thin. Jay. |
of Jewellery from Trevi  i
for British Pirm.
Vloni ri   I    -:.
tlltlU llhi'illie-
an  im. ��� ���; ill    '-<���;������ ire ol len  thou -   ���
di liars' wi    ' ery bn ighl in-
:    Can dn b.\  W   J. Grant, a travi   ��
ii i    i    Urllil li   }< wollevy  firm      iIt.iii
��� h   .- over on the Vli gittlun, and wh.
leaving the steantei declared two lma-
died dollars' wo:ih ot Jewellery,   Oi
a ��� ' I    noticed    ilin,    his   . V    .a.,    .-;���-
peared very bulky, and on searching
hlm a large qtranitlty of jewellery wus
.Toreii. A search of his bnggago
revealed ��� ther goods whieh he had
failed to declare. He should have
I aid cc.nsiiler.i: '.. over a thou Utd
rio.kre duty.
 o	
Parker Resigns,
li. i        -��� pi   B5,   Secretary  Harrj
Uie   International   'Long-
- "a ;   unioi).   to-day announced
bis resignation.
���  '    i.-,s Me Cancels Cam r- way   Co.  Sets
���v     Pi ' ��� its Anothei  Example for An
i ". Competitors.
VS         ���       .            -  . 25.    insur-
��� ������- no. the results
eansi           ...... .   rein  the past   been
���   !
Madli "'ii oarrler in
i greal deal of
litigation has resulted, but tlie su
promo courts have dntatned
that the carrlei companies bad no Insurable Interesl beyond their charges
in the goo!'   transported  on their respective lines.   The Canadian  Pacific
railway   have  now  perfected  arrange-
; covering all risk of damage by
n   consignments   travelling   on
their  rail   lines, and  are  to be  con
itulated on the fact that they an
ihe flrsl   transportation   company in
world to assume this risk, which
has hit.hejio been a proline source of
litigation  and   loss.    This   voluntary
nctlon will be highly appreciated.
as weii '��� een ex ected. it was
��� d recently th he i ertainlj
would keep an appointment to address t ..'.i.a,i meeting at N ! ag
ham on Oct. 12, but now it is an-
nottttced that on the advice of his physicians he has cancelled all engage
moms fnr this autumn. Mr. Chamberlain is able to drive ahout the
grounds of his Birmingham residence,
but still he is far from well.
Robbers   Wreck   Bank.
:���.   .e ���. Sept _'..   The ��� ank of
Bra      .. ������ i   '������. i - iked  by   robl ers   this
.    iin The    amount    6f    monej
taken Is   lot km _ ti.   a big force of
i ,.-:i and Indians tire In pursuit of the
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ttaossmsBBsiuxsEiissss'' - '"'��� *m**~_. THE   DAILY  NtfWS
we:
IN THE LAST
WALTZ
B> BEATRICE SURGES
K\ en  a     ireless       -    ir >un I  i
r>>::: showed :! it .: was the last T '
thrimg f Ian era was :t. m ig
flowers were drooping, scrape if con-
fett! strewed the Boor, frills and
fl mnces were '. lokiog a bit I ��dragg
and . -". tie somn lence marked the
languid :; a. ements if tl.-- dam ers, _ b -
were now eln ling tl ��� :' or to the t_r ib
b.:._- strains of the old bnt ever lov. '.
"Bine 1 isnnbe "
Ln one corner - :' tl <��� r i m stood a girl
with pir.k cheeks a_pl haz.e'. eyes
Aroond her were four young men
Maiming ��� . same Ian e. Laughingly
s!v I. d up I .-. card, which showed a
blai _ 111 ��� ...site that number.
"Vp-s. i know." said one ::i reply to
t...s    ";.   ".   '-' ���>".. !��� ''   .������:   :::������   _-..-,���
na:r-. I ut j ������: promised just the sam.
"Es . tlj ." sa. i mother
> -      ulated the f urtl
"Well, Fli te:: you.*' said thi girl In i
confidential   i   inner   that   i   . ':���   ��� .
::;..-     -. - i special*;
"Yes     they asked
"Let's       -	
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he had the      -       ti -
turns     . - started i
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and   - - -
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of fact. <        id p:      -   I   i	
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two - .
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with
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roses!       -left t -  l
all of ; I '. ���    1        I
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e pleasai t evening's flirtat   n for you
Then  unexfx        ly 1 this
_     west  1      ���     ..   with   : :y
:.. I it        -       ���   .     I 1      ��� ��� l_
ras
ere.   S igbt mj
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:   ��� ���     in 1 to this     fair tools
: It!     - '    ' I   -     ilts 1 was
deti : n ine I to h vi       -    I came to say
go xJ .-
"Oh   It   -   ' nei to t   I me this now."
she exclaimed.   "I saw you _ ��� it-
past our bouse with - ���:;.    gir   '.   I
know, so naturally 1 went     .:  ���  . -  .:
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Competition Closes Monday, Dec 24, 1906,
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Two Prizes $25 in Gold
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A printed cheek will btj given to eaeh 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 i_ret sl worth of checks present them
at our ofiice and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize: tl
second drawn wins tiie second p 'ze; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numl: red in duplicate.
IMPORTANT���All   holders   of   prize  coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the citv.
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Two   fast   transcontinental   trains
with   lining  cars an.]  through tourist
Qrat-class   sleepers daily.
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Imperial   Limited,  '.eaves   at  17:20.
i Northern Pacific:
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
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New Westminster
or
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Assistant   General   Passenger   Ar,ent,
Vancouver.
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��� odern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
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r Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
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9.20am Anacortes,        13:00 pm
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Steamshir Tickets un sale to all European points.
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Rates   to   Southern   California.
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A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore \. G.    A
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
[ and $.o for anthracite. Not more
th;.n J20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty ..t
: the rate of ten cents per ton of -'ooo
pi -.'.nil- shall be collected on the g* --
( utput.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding tree miner-.' certificates
may ibtsm entry ior a mining location.
A free miners certi'icate is granted
f,��r one or more years nut exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7 5��
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company.
according to capital.
A   free   miner.   Having   discovered;
mineral in  place, may locate  �� claim,
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the
same   with   two   legal   posts,   bearing j
location notices,  one  at  each   end  of
the line of the lode, or vein.
Thc claim  shall  be recorded within J
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles,
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
ditii nal   day   allowed   for   every   additional  ten   nnie.   or  fraction.     The
fee for reel rding a claim is $5
At least *ioo must be expended on-
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When'
$500 has l"��n expended or paid, the
tor may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1 00  an  acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister   of    the    Interior    to    I       ''
claims 0 ntaining iron and m   a,
topper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding   t6o acre-.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment oi a
Royalty of ���'.��� per cent, of the sales
,,i  the products of the location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry te"
u renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the fonn.-r being too
feet long and extending between high
SloV water mark.    The latter �����
dudes  bar diggings, hut extend- back
���  ���,, base  of  the  hill  or  bank,  not
exceeding   -oon   feet.      Where   steam
,���m���r   ,j   U8ed   claims   ,00   feet   wide
,nav be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
.,���,, the N. W. T. excepting the Yu
kon Territory    A  free miner may Ob
tain onlv tw" leases of live miles each
for   a   term   of   twenty   years   renew
;ii,|(. in the discretion "i ihc Minister
,.(   the   Interior,
���pi,,, lessee's right is conHned to the
ubmerged beds or bars of ihe rivei
below anv  low  water mark, an.l  IUD-
I   r : ���., v-,ir and $10 per mile for mill
'        lent     ear .- alty   same   as
placer 1
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, . . river and hill
a:,-.':::- shall n'i ��� ���; eed 250 feet ;n
length, measured on the base line ty
general direction - :' t! - creek o;
gulch, the width being ii m tooo fo
2000 feet. All oth-.- placer c!..in,s
-hall be 250 feet squ; "
Claims are marked 1 ;. two lega',
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be (btained within
ten days if the claim is -.'.ithin ten
miles of the mining r< 1 rder's office.
One extra day allowed fcr each addi
ti ��� .1 ten miles or fraction.
The person or comj any staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer cf a new mine is
entitled to a claim of tooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
tw... 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall b.
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
iect to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings ot bencli claims, excep'
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the les-ee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within o��e season from tlie
date of the lea-e for each fi,e miles
hut where a per?on or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof '; sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output  after  it  exceeds $10000
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term ol*
20 year-; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
-ubmerged bar OT bar. in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
ist day of August in the year of the
date of the lea?e.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of tlie lease, and one dredge
for each live mile! within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Vuk.-n Territory tp' be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number oi claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same ..-eek. gulch or river, by
giving  notice and  paying  a  fee.
Work mU6t be done "ii a claim
each year to the value of at least $21x1.
A certificate that work has been
abandon! il. anad open to Occupation
ami entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and  wider  than  in similar Cars
any   "ther    line       They    protect
their trains by the Block System,
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made   and   publishing   notices   iu   thc
Vukon  Official  Gazette.
Petroleum All unappropiatrd Po
minion I..ind- in Manitoba, the North
west Territories and within the Vukon
Territory, are open to prospecting foi
petroleum, and the minister may re
serve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to br
prospected, an area of 1020 acrei tot
such period as he may decide, thr
length of whicli shall not exceed thi re
time- the breadth. Should thc pios
pector   discover   oil   111   paying   iiuatl-
tities, and satisfactorily establish tucjh
discovery, an nrcti not rxcrrding 040
acres, including the oil well, will bc
sold to thr prospector at  thc rate of
$1  an acre, mul thc remainder of (lie
tt/RCl   n'srrvcil,   namely,   tifiO   acid,
will bc sold ut the rftt. "f ft an ���>"<*.
subject to royalty at lUCth talc . �� may
be lj.te.lt_ By i'i der in Ct.Utt.l_
VV, \Y CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister of the  In
terlot
DtDl   Int. not,
VICT S ^
'DAUGHTER.
EARL GREY AND SUITE
Tender for a   License to  Cut Timber
en   Dominion   Lar.ds  in   the   Province  of   British Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to ihe
Timber and Mines Branch, Department of tiie Interior, and n.arked on
the envelope. "Tenders for Timb r
Berth N'o. .96," wlll he received nt
this Department until noon on Wed-
nesday, the 10th .lay of October, 1906,
for a license to cut timber o,. Perth
No. ;i"'.. comprising Let;".'. Sub-division 'J of Section 17 aj_ I Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 15 In Township
40, east of the Coa-t Meridian, containing an area of 80 acres nicre or
less.
A survey of this herb must be
made within one year fro_t the daie
it  is granted.
The regulations under v-bl.'h a
license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at.
New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Each tender must he accompanied
hy an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is ] repared to pny for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
tertl inel.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa. August _.r>th, 1906.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that application has
1 en, made to register E. M. Carncross
a.s the owner in Fee Simple, tinder a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation of
the Township or District of Surrey to
.lohn Churchland bearing date the 9th
day of June, A. D��� 1905, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Wes:minster, iu the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
ami described ns���Lots 0. 7. S. 9, 17
and 18 Block 26, Lots 1.'.. 10. 17. IS,
19 Block -10 being parts of South West
quarter of Section 6, Township 7. also
Lots l. 2, ::. -I. a. Block -to being parts
of South Wes; quarter Section 6,
Town-hip 7. New Westminster Dis
trict.
Yon .in.! ea.h ef you BTfl required
to contest the claim of the tax pur
chaser within forty five days from the
plate   of   the   f I ���'   ;:;:':. atiOD   Of   this
notice, .uni in default ,-f a eave-ai or
certificate ot Hi peudi ns I elng filed
within such period, ot In default of
redemption before registration, 1
'���hall register ES M Carncross, as
p'wnei thereot la fee 1 direct thai
the publication of Lhis notice Por one
month in .1 dall;i new.-,:-,-,-er published
in New Wv. ������.���..n-.e-.- will be good
..ini sufficient service, bereot.
Dated at the UUtd Reigistr; 0_k_
New    We. tnlittl ���'���<"���     PlW _&*.   0.   Bri.
istt Columbia this _.._ dtj >���:  v..-.. tl
.   1*. '..I*.
c s REtri
District Registrar.
l'.' H   Yilaridve. Uaniel    .1.    Munn.
tleorg. V\ Ristren and W'iliawi Thiba-
plean.
All reis-ons ,p;v.vl *i1h thi* Ml
ttoo, and those cla.filing Ihrontfi or
under them, rti_ sli persons claiming
anv intoi-c-'l in .Tp nnie", land _.' Virtue
of sra nr ivgis cored ItiBtrument, aud
all riers.vns claiming any interest in
ihe paid land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," Bhall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up nny claim to or in respect
ot the said land so told for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
TOUCHING   STORY   TOLD.
\  fi Ightl .: explosion occ ;    ��� i on a
Missis .pi I rivei  steam ioat, In.
loss oi  manj Uvea and the in ur
���     if pa isengei s    Among tl   se
who  escaped  were Colonel  Gould,  a
Ki :���' .-    .   I inker, and  his   wife.    S
a  result  ol  her injuries and  nervous
ostratlon the colonel's wife gave
pn mature irth to a child and it died.
This nearly destroyed her mind. He
doctor told the colonel that the only
hope for her was in the adoption of
an infani. Fortunately one was found
unharmed among the rescued passengers. Its mother was killed. .Mrs,
Gould and the colonel loved ami reared the child as though she were
really their own When she became
old enough, two young men soi -ht
her Hand and heart. One was t}l,e
confidential clerk of Mr. Gould, and
the   other   was   a young   southerner.
Indians.   Japanese  and   Chinese   Take
Prominent  Part   in   the
Glad Display.
Vane uver. B.C., Sept. 25.���His Ex-
ellency and La ly Grey and suite ar-
rived here this morning at 10 o'clock
on uG.S. Quadra. They were warmly
welcomed bj Mayor Buscombe on behalf of the c.iizens.
Indians. Japanese and Chinese played a prominent pari in the enthusiastic reception. At a luncheon given
bj the Canadian cluh, Earl Grey was
made a life member. The afternoon
was spent in Inspecting the R.M.S.
Empress of India and calling en the
Royal Vancouver Vacht cluh and the
sawmills. A levee at the drill hall in
the evening was largely -attended.
King's weather prevailed.
V*t._-
       _     rV'-7*^vl!
She ; refer re 1 the latter.   The c il nei
told  him  frankly  that he was willing
Edith    should   marry   him,  bul   said
she   was   tii.-  daughter  of  a  woman
whose  I lentity   was   unknown.    This
did not   deter the  lover.    Meanwhile
the  spurned love of the  clerk male
him a villain and he resorted to trick
ery, lying,  forger)   and other desper
ale methods to accomplish that  pur-
his marriage to Edith.   He used
an escaped convict -.p> aid him
.-   leslgns     it   hai
���      ������        w  -   eally th<   rather of
;��� ither he. the ������ Ilia n
: ��� els.   cone.  1
p        ��� was  :i
, -p ss     Bui   that   tact   wa-    -
I     -s  .-,-!   ce
-
made happj     This sl
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Opera   House  Dates.
Sepi.   2.   -The Convict's Dam
iv-:.  .---Beers' Dramatic Co.
Oct.  ;;- Beers' Dramatic Co.
Oct.  4���Hi Henry Minstrels.
Oct..   ,.���-Beers' Dramatic Co.
Oct.   0���Beers'  Dramatic Co.
Oct. I.",���Parsifal.
Oct.:..���..- Told in the Hills.
Oct  _S���A Royal Slave.
Oct, 31���A College Widow.
Mr. Justice Duff, just  appointed to
the supreme court bench
this morning In order to be ready to
��� ��� hi ��� seal *hi n ''a    piitrt gets to
work, (.let. ..
Desperate Thugs  in Ontario.
Fort   William,   Out.,    Sept.    2a.���A
daring hold-up occurred on the C.P.R.
track between Tort  Arthur and here
about   4.Mil  yesterday  afternoon.  Robert   Moore   being  set  upon   by   three
Danes   and   at   the  point   of  .1  knit-
compelled to hand over his watch nr I
chain.    Then the men, who appare  '
ly knew he had money on his per:
proceeded to cut all his pockets 0
locating ft.'I in his hip pocket, wl
thev at once made off with.   The
walked  to Port   Arthur  and  put
police on their tr.icks. but they i
not yet  been located.
Policeman   Miller  was slnu  at   '.    '
nigh; hy a drunken man whom he w;
arresting   at   Wes;    Eon,   the   bullet
going  through  his  right   siple.  inditing   a   painful   but    not   dangerous
wound.   Two inches closer, the ;
man   would   have   heen   a   ilea.!  man.
The officer place,! the man nnie
rest and he is now locked up wait'ng
trial.
Okanagan   Surprises   Him.
Hr.rac.   Doret ha.   returned  from a
iy -to the Okanagan rallej.
..   I 0 laervationa mg
th< tri|   I e is of the
.  valle.   is pine of
 1  s] ots on :..-   gren
.;   .,.,:.   u. thd % he
seen during hi.
.   s        the ��
-
th.  i .p. .   ���
Lacrosse  Programme.
1
��� ���
-
ange-
-
has
and
aiees;
the  Van*
Leaf! ai-ly
 -0	
Chinamen  Pay.
Two chin a -latent-
: to pay their .Oad tax were
called   upon  b)   the   ohlef  of   polii e
. yes!' . ia' ern      .
that tBey must settle lm ��� - ly or
else submit to the Indlgnltj ol being
summoned to appear in the poll ������
court. A long consultation bi �� 1
the delinquent Chinks was Cut shorl
by the chief, who produced an omln
ous blue paper trom his inner pocket.
The road tax was immediately forth
coming In both cases. THE DAILY NEWS
WED',:;:
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
Isbing Company, Limited, at the.r
iffices comer of Sixth ar.,1 Front
.Streets.  N'ew  Westminster.  B.  C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
For   the table���for  cooking���
WINDSOR   TABLE SALT
is without an equal.    Always the
same perfect quality.
J.   C,   Brown.
. R.  J.   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
gains >ne. Furthermore, the West
:.;... me more go 11 friend, well In-
f 'me and Influential, In the East
��� lon :;.. .1 ���. Ions al so i - the Ottawa
gjovernn i nl upon a thoroug il; go 11,
suitable an I tlmelj appointment The
growing I ipi rl ince of the West deman.le i a well Infoi me I an I i le
as the basis of negotiations, Thai western man on the supreme court
programme would put this provlnceon   bench as well as i.i the cabinet.
the same basis as the others; 11 male  ()	
no  allowance,   we    believe,   for  anj      Some days ago, commenting on the
Queens-Shelburne situation,   we   gave
Transient   display   advertising.    l(i
cents per line (nonparielI  12 lines to
the  inch.      Five  cents  per  line   for si",r,:l1   circumstances   affecting   Brit-
subsequent insertions. Ish Columbia's ra.-.-.    In othei  words, a w'��rd  In passing to a very silly re-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 '* proposes that this Province, which mark  mad- by  the Nelson  Canadian,
conte per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 has paid  Into the  Dominion  treasury That pa;.or.  bj   waj   of reply, quotes
cents per line. millions   more    than    i:   has   drawn, part  of one  of our  statements, leav-
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
"���""or time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
f'lund, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
les. than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business office     22
Editorial   office       17
Manager's   residence    277
-. ���.>:.*! -"'��""��� ���
WEDNESDAY.  SEPT. 26, 1906
more
should he treated on the same ' asls
as provinces which have drawn millions more than ihey hive paid In,
which would liar.lly appear to b i "a
square deal." The programme as il
stands would give this Province an
increase in subsidy of something in
the neighborhood of $100,000 a year;
and in return the Dominion would
doubtless ask for the entire control
of fishery matters and probably also
ifm the control of railways .lus'
what the latter stipulation wo Id
mem or involve, we cannol Bay, as
details of the proposal are wanting;
bul as far as the fisheries go, II may
he sai,I with certainly thai 'he dual number of trains tha will run over
control now existing i> a drawback to   the G.N.R. from Vancouver during ex
in
ing on' tht> point, and sneers at the
fragment as "laughabl ." After this
showing of iis methods, ll seems un
necessary to add thai 'he Nelson Can-
a ii.m ts a McBride organ.
 o	
We are sorry that the invariable
newspaper rule that ihe writers of
loiters for publication mu-: senl their
real names t.) the editor, prevents us
from printing the letter of "No Pass,"
w!io omitted to comply with the rule.
 o	
G.   N.  R. Trains for  Fair.
A  reduction  has  been  male in  the
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE  AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
THE WORLD'S METROPOLIS.
About Lon,ion ihe magnificent;
Lon lon the progressive; London soon
io be if it is mu already, the .eauti-
fiii. the News had an interesting ehal
yesterdaj   wiih  Mr.  Peok,   provincial
boiler Inspector, who recently return-   tlie board of works, ani M;
ed  from  a visit ti>
ihe development of our resourc ..and   bibltion
should  be  abolished.    The  Dominion
has 'he big end  of the Stick now, ar: !
it;- claim to the whole of I' �� ��� ' :
pear to be the stronger.
 o	
if  Alderman   Henley, i htt.ii mai   of
Furni --.
week,  and   the   schedul
: ; i; ion to the regulai  trains, v. Ill   ie
as   follows:   Leaving   Vancouver   1.30
p.m.,  arrive   New    Westminster   2.05
p.m.;   lea. Ing   Vancouver  7   p.m.,  arrive 7.35 p.m.;  leaving New  Westmln
ster  6   p.m., arrive   Vancouver   6.35
, ui.:    leaving   New    Westminster   9
���;'.. arrive Vancouvei   ..35 p.m.  The
they  should   :"  the   reclpi-   running   time  for   the Guichon   trail
a   good   man;    compliments  has not  yel   I a   leclded    i    a,  but
the scenes of his superintendent, gel all thai Is coming
youth.    Of the  great   "King's   Way," to  them,
the   wide    thoroughfare    which    cuts ents  of
through the heart of the city, and of these days,   We are all quick enough   will be settled In the cour     ol a day
the progressive doings of the county to growl  when anything In the civic   or - i.
council, the paper.- tell us something I administration does  nol   sull   us, and  ________^____________��__���
from time to time;   but the little de- a  is no more than  the square thin.
tails   are wanting.    Of  Uie  so-called that good work should be commended,
waterproof and   dustless   streets;   of and  there is good work  to comn en
the   nightly   washing  which  they   re- It1   this  ease.    All   summer  a   lol  of
ceive;  of the spraying with disinfect- public work has bee:', going on of a
ants  which  is given them  every  af- character   calculated   to make   things
ternoon.   we   hear   little  or   nothing, unpleasant   for   people   who   use   the
Pew   of  us know thai   in the city  of streets���sewer work   and  the  tearing
London   ii   is an   offence   punishable up   and   re-laying  of   sidewalks;   but
by fine to burn bituminous coal which not  a single growl  has  been  heard;
emits a visible smoke.    Bur when we the  convenience  of   the    public   has   ,     . . , .
heen studied and   the   work  done  in   lutlOll paSSecUt   the  regular
CIVIC
HOLIDAYS
In accordance with a reso-
possiblv  avoid-
near of these tilings we begin to understand pin  wha:  grounds London  i.s such  a   way  tha
advancing   its   claim   to  the   title   of able  inconvenience   lias   been   caused    24th   inst.,    I   hereby   declare
"beautiful."    Wonderful,   too,   is  the Tlii--* is  a   good  record,  and   we con-
progress of the city and the changing gratulate   the  managers  accordingly.
of residential districts caused by t he  ��	
improvement in means of communi- We are glad to .se- thai other pa-
cation. The visitor to London found Pers In the Province are calling at-
the suburban traffic���the running out tention to the rapid way in which our;
and   in of people   living  beyond   the timber is   passing  Into  the hands  of  from   1   J),   m.,    public   half-
bounds of the actual city, a cause of j speculators,     tiki'    the    Provincial holidays,     and    resnectfullv���
invite the citizens generally
meeting of Council, on the
24th inst., I hereby declare
Tuesday, Oct. 2nd and
Thursday, Oct. 4th,
astonishment twenty years ago; it has   treasury  has  lost and   is  losing  mil-
quadrupled since that dale,    lt is now
c .tin,aied that  three and  a half mil-
���   - of people���half the total  popu-
l .li  n    of    Canada���go    into    London
morning and out again at nigh;.
of   the   railway    stations   have
largely to their accommodation
recent years;  one of them has
-seven acres under (over now.   .
ellers  must  be  prompt ihere;  it -
,y seconds and nol  by minutes that
taey   count.    And   the   underground
systems!   An elevator drops one from'
the   streel   level,    the    waiting  train
whisks one away;  in a few minutes
one  is  lif red  again  to  the  upper  air,
miles   from   the   poinl   of  departure.
System, refined to the : oint of mathe-'
matical   accuracy,   is   neces sary    t i
ban.lb-   the   enormous traffii ;       ain
foil   vs   '   tin   so 11" a-i'.   that  a   few
se Fay nil    t mi an a   11   ister.
On irface        the sl eel -   th ���: -
1    - dlffi renl  story.    The motoi  '   ts
Is on trial, an It!     rerdict is in doubt,
to say th   leasi     :   :    . eedl      I ���-
lhi   old ���   ,      a    vehicle   wl
spee I is      ,-..;; ;..,  ,,-,���   ;���   na .    ....
eccentricities whli h ma ;e it rathe    i
dan ;��� .   is   con .-������ ien One   i   ini
should nol i e ova:'.        . ��� , -,.������, the
cosl   of   these     leai     streets;   these
varied  municipal  ia-  n vei a nts    We
are in. Iln   l :.' thin    tha    mr rate of
civic taxation mi hi  be a lil le I n
Thai   in   ihe  cltj   of !..,, i m,  h   ap-
pears, i- very much Higher than    ���;;
Hy  lhe   way.  the following   para -.: r h
from the Montreal Witness mav bo
appropriately quoted, as showing
something of 'he spirit in which Lon-
don is governed:
"Thosi' who throw banana peel
about our streets would find ihem.
solves in a very unpleasant situation
If caught doing so in London. The
county council which rub's that city
and its adjoining boroughs recently
passed a law which provides a Iin I
of ten dollars for throwing frull rinds i
on lhe sidewalk, Ihe magistrate having no power to mitigate the sentence j
or its alternative # of Imprisonment
with hard labor, should the culprit
noi pay the fine."
"BETTER TERMS."
The conference of provincial premiers with the Dominion cabinet Is
lo take place in Ottawa, Oct, S. Jusl
what propositions will be put forward
b." either side II is impossible to say,
but ii ts probable thai the programme
laid down at the Quebec- conference
throe years ago wlll be used at least
lions of dollars by the blunder- or
worse than blunders, of the McBride
administration, no sensible person
who examines the  facts  can doubt.
Congratulations to Mr. Justice Duff.
The bench of British Columbia loses
a  good judge and  the   federal  cour'
to so observe the same.
W. H. KEARY,
Mayor,
Citv Hall, New Westminster,
Sept. 26th, 1906.
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Right Honorable Earl Grey, G. C. M. G., Governor General
of Canada, will open the exhibition, 2:30 P. M.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
In  Prizes  and Attractions
MOST UNFORTUNATE
������ \E- '"��� -S"^ v
\   ��� Ei:EW^ v
''���*��������*_  """.'��� "    I
''$30$ ������"' sStE'^stp.
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m^w:
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m    mm
1   r~���.   \.*-^N
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.-"I".. -
% ;  ������ ���
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.
'):TTf*'i-*':.T-,    v..vi' ���  .'  tm\ \ x      if
IMF i S   V ,t' .-' '   'E,.,\     ./I
... ..��_?��
���sis
1
a EEE.EM:,
,\'.j..    'luS*
���St-d^
���^%^__^g
Mother (who wants to be very nice to wealthy bachelor uncle): "Now,
Charlie, you've never seen uncle before.    Go and shake hands."
Charlie: "Oh, yes, mother, I have seen him before, I'm sure���at the pantomime!"
fm_______
W. R. Gilley, 'fnone i-_-_.
J. R. Gniey, 'Hnone 1-4 ���
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers tn
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. fottery C o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b i
1
|��_W_1N��_____*_.^_M_______M_ ���M^__��W___-____   ���   _N_   ������_ ���' ��_,_�����������-,���_�����*--    WM-A
Mayor Keary
Aid. Jardine
Aid. Adams
Aid. Davies
Aid. Henley
Aid. Howay
Aid. Shiles
Garrett,
Trapp
G. D. Brymer
L. A. Lewis
C. A. Welsh
W. R. Gilley
J. B. Kennedv, M. P.
Aid.
T.J
EXECUTIVE:
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Judge Bole
J. I). Taylor
I). S. Curtis
Jno. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexand< r Adams
J. ll. Vidal
It. J. Rickman
W. E. Vanstone
J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jardine
D. R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A. II. B. Macgowan, M.P.P.
A. C Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRI    ' ]
T. J. TRAPP,
W. H. KEARY,
President
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C. vv
EDNESDAY,  SEPT. 26,  1906.
THE DAIUV   NEWS
?MM__8.ni_r.
The Cash Store
Local Itews Briefly Told
���; a     fairs   '":   :' : "��� - ��� '   ���':" mai chi , oil
',
A FEW WORDS ABOUT
BLACK
DRESS
GOODS
The "Dry Goods Economist," of New
York, under date of September L5, says :
"It is now certain that Broadcloths will
finish "theseason in first place -Blacks holding strong position."
"As regards colors there is no special
change to record in the order of popularity.
Blacks hold a strong position and are being
ordered not only in weights for costumes
but for other garments a.s well."
Our stock of Blacks is now replete with
the newest and best.
EXCELLENCE
i_
Hli.'
'   ..
Miss   ia.
her classes
.;_ ,...,.-ai.. of Chilliwack, purchased
, ���   .even     ai res of uncleare I
an : al   Lad..' ' '   "'���   M"" !;'.'   ''���������   the
i    ..   . i.   this  being a   I ie    ite
>   exact!}   $70  .ur  '"-':'''-    Mr.   Martin
a   ranch   at   Chllu'.wacl<,   and Intends to hold his Ladner' estate mere-
���   for .-���, :i itive  purposes'.    He  has
had an offer made to Wm b}  ;i j'.-'1'1'    {
Banto   enl . ;, number   uer farmer who is willing to clear tht*    J
frlen'l   a ���   ,-. Third   'and In three years tor the privilege I  ���
:-���  ��� . of  getting   whatever   crops   he  mi,.
raise on  thn  land  In  the  meantime. 1
of workmanship finish is what
Is to give these two qualities
$1.00 high back dining chair p
they are*e..celleut value.    Our
a leader and Is a winner; room
chairs, large genuine  Spanish
of the best.   Morris chairs all
makes furniture values.   Our endeavor
in every article bought ani sold.   Our
ossesses   these   in  marked    degree	
$1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ts
and comfortable;   and  those fancy
leather upholstering at $13.00 is one
oak frame  from $7.60 each up
' '   i school | will
ie coi        ee
i
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl  Block.
Telephone 73.
'-���'-   has   resumed   and ll Is likely thai   Mr   Martin will
inging :������  73S Queens   ai   ��� it   this  offer,   as  ll   would   cost
5d     .     -,     ;- $1,200 i i clear the land In
������ or linarv way.
On   M u la    . Hugh  Strickland,
Lang -   , will _       ifore Capl
S '.I , to    u   .- ������-    i ,   a
��� larg -      i . ..-.-    - ) an  nal -
Barker, mal    a e Roj il
ed from
positioi        ���- a sl      i
���
Wanted���(
penter,   al    Dall     N'ews
Wanted   Bo ir 1  an I   rooms,   or   I wo
il bed room -   b    m in,  ,��;:'������ and
-  ::     Apply P, O. Box 285.
fOl       Al ;
foi the  ' :
: I
���   i  ;.
,: -
18-lnch  ���'      Bnlsh  Broadcl ith,   nl e   lighl    weighl   for   tailored
md   - v i 'ate  skirl s    $1.00
14-inch  Pirle  :::..      Bi lad doth   i
��� good ii; ��� Hum  <*. elghl
. ai  Vei -    i . Bnish cloi ;i
    $1.25
54-Inch   Chltfoi         lad             - :             .-. ��� girt H"v i'] ith, suii ible
and coats    $1.75
34 Ini     I-'-: ������ Engll h Broadcl    i,   ack an I good bo Ij.
'*��� s liii- ..    ea     :     finish ani   in :    i suits or coats. .$2.00
Blacl   Taffeta Cloths and Won   Batistes, both of which are -   id,
now    eli i  .hown al oui   io      er   50c and S0c
Blact   Sa In   C   'hs.  Panama , V. iol  Po  :;:.- and  N'un's  Veilings,
��� i  li  Inches wide 35c. 5Cc. 7Cc, $1.C0. $1.25
Black Serges, extra value I        ie;>a          skirts,   Bne   '.via.-;   and
piol   Hnlshi :     -  ecia    it    50c
60-lnch   ',     etian   Wor    ���. -.   .   ';:-.-    icture, with solid  back
-.1 fine gloss} face, suitable fo    tai  ired  - Its and skirts	
 $1.50.  $1.75,  $2.03
T.H.S
$
mil
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. j
'EBBOBB?*
WE ARE USING PURE CANADIAN MILK IN
Cowan
f Milk Chocolate,
S    Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Etc
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IN
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO.,  Ltd., TORONTO
Something to be Proud Of
THE BIG NEW BOOK OF VIEWS OF
NEW WESTMINSTER. 	
PRICE $1.50
MACKAYS BOOK STORE
The Gn       N .     nay Co. is
��� ��� ���"  : ���    ' - ��� u ivill
-a   .....     . -     . -.       pf ,.
��� :ial fai for . -.-. that the
trip each wa ��������� ��� ��� a .' .. In
utes.
I".  R.   Glovei   le     yeste   ...   morning foi Chilli _ ick, whei e ...
!    rem iln foi a few da} s.    Mr. Glover
. xpi cts to    i   here fi ne v three
months, after which h ��� will return
to his farm In the Okanagan valle}
Tl e new fish curing i     , nen
' hii h is to   ie i   niucted, ii  is un ler-
I,   '������������   "-I ���- si .   Mackie &   Butter-
��� IJ, is ;, lng acti re prep ira: ions I i
get busy in putting up the finny
V.- iith of ' he I-': ��� sei
K.   Blacksto    .  of   Port   Hammond,
filled an application yesterday for two
inches   of  water   from   an   unnamed
stream   running   through   section  30,
township 12.   The water Is to be used
for   domesti     an 1   agricultural   purpose-
Miller  Bros .    if V mi ; iver,  yesterday  purchased  two blocks of lots lying   between   Eighth  and Tenth  avenues an !    ���   - een   Fourth   and   Fifth
':  ets,  of   this  city.    The   leal  was
...   through   by   Mes3rs.   MclnneB  &
K-err,  who   acted   as  the  purchasers'
i gents,
Government Agent f". C. Fisher and
a number ol other gentlemen of this
clt} went to Vancouver yesterday to
, Itend the reception tendere I liis ex-
,-ellency the governor-general. Mr.
pi-her spoke of the event In glowing
terms, and also said that liis excellency's speech was a masterpiece.
The V., W. & V In- started construction on the bran h to Millside.
The branch will leave the main line
a little wesl of the fool of Cumberland street. The construction of the
line will make necessary the removal
an I re-laying of some hun Ireds of
feel of city water main which now
lies righl along the surveye 1 route.
The local Salvatl in Arm) i or] - was
us; de       tingl    'bai ra  \> - lasi  evening   with   v. hi al   she ives,  lea. es  and
varl    . e        ms of hank  jiving
se ison. This evening there will 1 e a
sale of goods n hich have been donate I to the died >rs by the Itizens.
The targe il wl li h the i orps Is aiming is a high on a I ul th, \. exj eel to
a rain  it.
,). Stan Ish, E v.r. . iver, has pur-
-1--- -ed   the 0 i   ranch   on   the
1 ort M u I " -a : and has already
aken - li n.    Mrs. i irraiston has
had her household effei - . i ced on .i
rai' and will leave for Calgary In the
course of a few days to rejoin her hus
i and A number of her neighbors assisted her in moving by teaming her
goods and superintending their Installation In the car.
Al i. Dr. \Y. V. Davies has sold out
nis dental practice to Dr. Smith, and
after the Provincial exhibition will
move with his family to his ranch at
Chilliwack. The doctor has not been
feeling extra well for some time past,
and considers thai agricultural pur-
suii will make a new man of him and
1 arid a number of years to his life. He
lias a choice ranch on the outskirts
. f Chilliwack, and will raise hen fruit
and other 'kinds of fruit for which
tlu Chilliwack valley is already famous.
H. Wilson was arrested yesterday
evening by the city police while under
the Influence of liquor. Wilson was
observed acting In an Improper manner along Front street, nnd when arrested claimed that he was sick, but
this excuse v is too thin for the offl-
To Rert The Vii toria Bo ir li'
l; -..:-.: Ho ise :. . I, .ixth str ������-���.
1 I >-:" to .> isi ofl ce with ill mo le n
ci ovei lem es; I" ro ims; possession
Oct 1. Ap I) to A. M Herring, 58
Sixtl   street.
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
for RENT���Large
s iltable   t ir   an
Chas. G. Major.
well lighted room,
offlce     Apply   to
Wanted���Experienced     nurse    for    3
children.    A. B _   192,   Revel
stoke, B. ('.
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
In the matter of the Settled  Estates
Act, and in the matter of the interests of Benjamin Gunn, Eliza-'
beth Margaret   Gunn.   infants  in
the    Estate  of   James  Gunn.  de-,
cease I.
Pursuant to Order of the Honorable
Mr. Justice Morrison, sealed Tenders
addressed to J. J. Cambridge, District
Registrar i>f the Supreme Court, N'ew
Westminster, will be received by him
up   to Satur,lay.   6th 'lay  of October,
1906, for  ihe  purchase of the  follow-
in ur properties:
la) Subdivision two (2) of lot forty-
seven i 171 in block five (5), N'ew
Westminster suburbs.
(b) Subdivision eighteen (18) of
lor ten (10), block thirteen (13), N'ew
Westminster suburbs
(c) Lots six nil and nineteen (19)
in block five (o), par: of lot 227,
s;roup one ill, -own of Port Moody.
id) The southwest quarter of ser-
tion twenty-five (25), in township sixteen (16), N'ew Westminster district.
le) The northwest quarter of ser-
tlon fifteen (15), in township eleven
(11),  N'ew  Westminster district.
Sail tenders to be accompanied by
a deposit of .*> per cent, of the amount
tendered.
J.   P.  HAMPTON  BOLE.
Solicitor for the Estate of James
Gunn. deceased.
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
N'otic? is hereby given that the"
Voters' List for the year 1906 has been
completed, and that the same may be
seen at this office for thirty days from
the date hereof; and any person who
shall claim to l.e added to the said
Voters' List, or any Elector who shall
desire to have any name erased therefrom, must prefer his or her request
hi writing, signed with his or her
name, an i shall deliver, or cause same
to be delivered, to the City Clerk
v ithin the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office,   City   Hall,   N'ew
Westminster,   Sept.   1,  1906.
~~ NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY, SEPT. 28,1906
A  beautiful  story of the present day
Depicting Love,
Pathos, Hate
and Passion.
The
Convict's
Daughter
A story of thril ling and heart-felt
interest.
A Strong Cast!        A Story from Life !
Reserved seats now on sale at Ryall's
; Drujr Store.
Prices"-73c, 50c a::i 25c.
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
ZBmNm
RECjD
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and   Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
PUIIIIPQTHECASH
I nlLLlrj CLOTHIER
FOR   SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
*
T. R. PEARSON
Advertise   in   The   News
MM___m��4MMf THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY.  SEPT.
26.
CONDENSED  STORIES.
Youthful  Senator Pettus and  His  Venerable  Friend.
The olilest youngster in the senate
of the United States is Pettus of
Alabama. The southerner says thai
ti man whn does nol grow old as
rapidly a_ his friends is al a certain
disadvantage in their presence. The
senator ie moved to this reflection
bv iiii incident occurring at the rein t ceremonies attending the laying of the cornerstone of the new
senate i ffii e building.
A venerable "Id fellow, much
bent  and  broken,  approached  the
Trains & Steamers Grand Trunk Ry.
"WHY,  DON'T VOf KNOW 3JF,  PETTUS?"
Alabamian, whom lie took by the
hand, affectionately inquiring as to
In:- health.
"i am in excellent health," briskly responded .Mr. Pettus, not recognizing the old gentleman,
"Why, don't you know me, Pettus?" came in surprised tone from
the other who gave such clear evidence of the flight of years. "We
were classmates."
Whereupon Mr. Pettus remembered, and they had a friendly chat.
When the old chap departed Mr.
Pettus turned to a colleague, observing:
"I knew that gentleman was just
my age, but, God bless nie, I didn't
dream that I was his!"���American
Spectator.
Poor Children of the  Rich.
Senator Spooner of Wisconsin is
a shrewd observer and recently asserted that over and over again
some new incident is thrown upon
the screen to prove that, wealth and
happiness arc not accordant.
Tlie senator told of a couple who
were selecting furnishings for their
magnificent new mansion. Among
other things, these people decided
upon a beautiful rug, for which they
paid $2,500.
''This rug will be for the music
room," declared thc lady incisively,
"and the children iiiu.-t never, no,
never, dare to run or play upon it."
The man nodded a limpid approval.
In another portion of the store
a man ;:::'! wife were looking at
carpets, and they finally purchased
_ twenty dollar rug for the parlor
of their In.me. As they left the
man exclaimed enthusiastically:
"Now won't our boys have a jolly
time in their new parlor?"
"Won't they, though?" responded
the woman a- the tear- of joy struggled to lind lodgment in her
beaming eye-.���Philadelphia Xorth
America!:.
Saul's  Excuse.
When Pierponl Morgan sailed on
the Celtic to Naples a stop was
made al Ponta Dclgada, in the
Azores, and thence a deputation
came i" call upon the magnate.
The ta I. during the reception
turned to music, and .1 ha!-, asked
Mr. Morgan if he had ever heard
the Gregi rian music thai 1.- .-ung
in tin- Sistine 1 Impel at Rome.
"1 hav." said Mr. Morgan.
"And how did vmi like it ?" the
lady asked. "Those chants, you
know, are said to be sung to tbe
tunes which were used in David's
time."
Mr. Morgan  Bmiled.
"1 could never understand till
now," he said, "why Saul threw his
javelin nt David.*'
C. P. R. MAIN LINK
Leave  New Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  New "Westminster 10..0 daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster  19.10  daily.
C. P. R. MISSION BRANCH.
I.v. N. \V. 7.26, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. "YVESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.  9.15,   10.30,   19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL
Lv. New Westminster C.30 a. 111.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4..5 p.m.; iir. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. ru., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V.,  W.  _.  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. :! p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver ..35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
.;. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
i.v. N. W. 9:35 am.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. in.; ar. N. W.
S: 45 p in. and 0 p. m.
Mondays only.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
I.v. New Westminster 5.50. 0.50, 1
and S a. in., and evcry half hour thereafter til! 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Kamona���
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.,
2 p.m.; Saturday, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
;AIso to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA,  via  Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
Assistant Gen'l  Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, IM.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
Close.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside. .10.00 p.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45a.m.
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30 a.
Victoria 10.30 a.m.
East Burnaby 1.15
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm.
East, via C. P. R.. 10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.
Received.
8.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
m.   2 p.m.
10.00 a.m.
1.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
7.10 p.m.
10.30 a.m
7.10 p.m.
6.00 p.m.
12.00 m.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
Vancouver. B. C.
In the Wedding Month.
Sam Bernard, the well known
comedian, said at a wedding breakfast in New York:
"I nm glad to see here a luxury
to which all brides and bridegrooms
are not accustomed.
"I I'or instance, called one day
in June upon the dear old lady who
did my washing and ironing.
" 'Where is your son this morning, Mrs. Smith:-' I said. 1 don't
see him around.   1 hope he isn't ill.'
"'(di. no.* snid tbe old lady; 'he's
to be married tomorrow, and he's
upstairs in bed while I wasli out bis
trousseau.' "���Cleveland Flain Dealer.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteadeil by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must tie made personally at
the local land ofiice 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.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased; of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(3) If 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
fhe said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply ior patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication ot
this advertisement will not be paid
ter.
TIME TABLE
(.Subject to change  without    notice.j
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. _::rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princes. Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct. 4th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver,
Oct  12th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:110 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
! Tth, li)th and 20th of each month for
S Ashousit and way puints; "eaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
i way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
j of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leavi s New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
(.ml Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 ji. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday ami Saturday at
7 a. in.; Friday at ti a. m. additional
trip  Saturday  5  p,  m,
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   Westminster,   8   a.  m.
Mondays, "Wednesdays and  Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack  7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
I landings   between   New   Westminster
I and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and lfith of each month, calling at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
ED. QOTJLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. ...  COYLE.
Asst. Oen.  Pass.  Agent, Vancouver.
.1.  W. TIIOI'P.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
W. tl. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dent.,
New  V.* jsi m I nster.
I     .......
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ("lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1001.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland   ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
uV'TflflL
Things Happen in
the Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
10 Cents
Per Week
HINT TO
MERCHANTS
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26. 1906.
TH     DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
DE 4   EDMONDS   Barris
Blackie Blk.,
rnlun.'       -'  " '���   N'"u    W" ':,: '    ":
. .... ll. I.. Edmonds.
W
MI>. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
,,; tj.-        ������ me   -o'irt. Offices
Bank  of  C immen a  build-
...aa,   street, opposite  post-
���.._*��� Westminster,    Money to
| THROUGH
TOURIST W
SLEEPERS
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Trarr   Depot
Columbia  bt.
 T SARDIS HAN DENIES
Humor and Philosophy < RFPUKT Or '
3
E;  DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
PERI   PARAGPAPHS
!. I
Co n
Hop    P tken    - .-,   E
Exce
-
MVT'.'N', WEART  * McQUARBIE,
rigters, solii toi;. etc.       Of
. p..  v..   "a.n ter, Trapp Blk.,
, larkson   and   Lorne   streets.
v .       ., r, rooms 21  I > 24, 4tr, <*'ran
...:.   .; ,aeph Martin, K. O, .-.
W   vVea_t,  W.  O.  Mi Q i irrie,  H.  A
o^un .     Mr.  Martin  wijl   be in th>
aster  offices every  Friday  af
ti        r
EVERY   DAV    I.N    THE   YEAR
SEATTLE^T CHICAGO
MA THE
Great Northern Railway
"The Comfortable Way.."
Route of the Famous Oriental  Unfits,
H
)WAY, RK'D & DOWES. Barris-
' solicitors, etc.. 4_ Lorne
pposlte   i Hous
.    ei      *������   Wbealli      PO
G;E E. MARTIN, B in    ter nnd
Itor, Gnlchon ��� Col u
Mi Kenzle Btreets, New We
. B. C.
BOAf-.D OF TRADE.���New   V, iistl
.-   :��� i ,,:" Tr   le  meets In the
Boon , City Hall,
.......     . a h month
..:.   me itings  on    ���       ��� ���   nd
and No.       -      it 8 p. ta.
....   ��� ���     on    the   i
I New
i ' osed   sn I
. al an    u  mthl;   or quai tei
ag.   A. E. White, Sec.
B iggage de Ivered    p omj ".y to any
u' ol the '.'..
Light aud Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone lv'.       ri_.-o fnone 137
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Canadian Bank of  Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, S4.500.000
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
B,   E   WALKER,  Genera]  Manager VLEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
Family Trade a Specialty,
j.I. 1.... Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW    WE_'TMINSTER'   B.   C.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND iN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
EMERSON'S DRi' DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Ci r. 16th   Street
\ew Westminster, B. C,
1   t     .  ;RAL   .   -NKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
regular    n eeting    of    Mas
Is held on the First  Wednesday In
���   mth, a'  y o'clock p. m., In
the   Masonic   Temple     Sojourning
. ��� i: are cordlall:  Invited to at-
Dr.  W.  A.   DeWolf Smith,
Se retary.
KING  SOlOMON   LODGE.  ''O.  17,  A.
F. & A. M.���Regular cotamun i
��� as of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month in
nie Temple, b( 8 ,. m. Vlsll
Ing brethren are ordlally Invited
.   end.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 4 .9
FL B. K. of 1.. meets _ei ond and
'. in h Friday of eai h month, .it v
in Oramge haa. cornei o
Royal avenue and JoBn Btreet So
journing Sir (.nlghl i cordl illy In
vited to attend. W. E. Dunlop. W
P.;   E  E. Matthias. Reg.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   1150
Meets  In  Orange  hall   first   and
KrMay ln eacb mouth at  B ;���
Visiting brethren are cordlallj
ted to atten I.    B. E. Matthias
W. M.; J. Humphries. Rec.-See.
1.0   0.  F.���AMITY   LODGE.  No.  27���
��� gular ::  ������'' ngs of this lo Igi
���   Id in Odd fei   iv -   h ill, Colum
i  i .-' eet,  ���". ��������� ���   Mon laj   evi ning,
o'clock.   Visiting brethi  a i or
Invited to attend.   S   I   Mn ���
'     .     W. C. Coatham. Rec, Sec.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
Every  facility   afforded   Farmers  for   their  banking   business.     Sales   Notes
cashed   cr  taken   for  coilect:on.
BANKING   BV   MAIL���Deposits .   be  . r wil       ivs    ���       mail.
:   a     iunts i every a  tention.
.*. ..'.   WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. EL DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, S  TO 9 O'CLOCK,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181/.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
i   M'  i   .'.   'ALL  paid  up)    $11,000,000
RESERVE FEND    $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona aa i   Mount   Royal,   G.   C.    M.
G   Honorary President
Hou.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummonj    President
H. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager
General .unking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, in Louden,   Eng.. New
i Chi   mo. ani St. John's Nfld., ani  correspondents in all  parts of the
b irl I
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
,  , r- . iat ��n
V'-l.a
for    .
You sre apt to
you can -..---.
ant when somebod)  Is -'������"  ���_  the [n
.Ilie tr,v-k of you mr ,    %*3
It I. easy to Ww i 'rack at your
neighbor*! Intellect ftfjien ll .-rr- work-
in-.- round In your neighborhood.
A wise son is - lenced by bis father'.
much  talking
Sun..- ;. - iple ' an'l a i ��������� fools of
tbemseh ���-   because    m ture    no'   the
start uf tl
It   depen :-       ��� .        .      pockel  oo
whether be ag In love       i a rich girl
I G Mrt ���-.'���-
N.i one ... - : " ' :.i J', nafs cl I
parted from  th    - t "Uu  of our
fathers who will wateh us ea.-M canned goods,
There  maj   nol   I ������   on   b    ro
sbout   a    Chinaman's   bead, although
thereby bangs o  tail.
The Avenger.'
Most ;,-.. fi    the thn   I  th u !...;.��� Id li   re-
-.  ���
Bj  Lhe ,iiit> and m ich  il med :   .
'.'      -. !.-  - getting a drubbing la- doi
���-���  .
I ">��� v :.'��� :. .-��� porl to - - - laA?
N.p; hi rn foi  lit.- : ithi i   hi   a . -. little.use;
A st. rnor avensefa In view.
Ho   .-;      when   .it   last   hla   tormerrtor's
Jarr- I loose,
"I'll tell my big brother on you!"
Perhaps   he   Is   ti -spaaslng   on   the   pre-
serves
Of some bigger boy down tbe street.
Who  hands  him  an  trppercot and a f.w
curve..
Iip-fpir,. he ean beat a retreat
Does he ,-rv- In his wrath. "Thp; police Vi:
apprise.
And justice shall  give you your due?"
No, this Is the threat he emits as he flies:
"I'll tell my big brother on you"'
Most terrible agent "f ruin and woe,
Likewise a harl  hitter for fair.
The  awful  big bi ith. r  w! >  lives  but  to
throw
Oppressors and      ��� h In i' _ air.
The  confidence,      o,   thai  liiu  youngsters
repose
In him is akin to sublime:
No    malt.-r    how    husky,    the   little   on.
knows
He'll brlni; the tormentor to time. .
Oh,   wouldn't  it   be  for  the  grownups  a
snap
If they had protection like that,
A   lusty   defender   "f   right   who   would
scrap
And tpipp:,- their foes to the mat?
Who never would falter to enter a fray
Ami hand the oppressor a few:
If   when   he   was   worsted  a  fellow  coul.l
say,
"I'll tell my blj. brother on you!"
He Would Attach It.
*.EW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No.   .
���Meetings the flrsl and third Tues
in    each     month.       Visiting
ren cordl illy ir. Ited to at!��end.
o Ige room, A. O. U. W, hall, Odd-
ws'  block, Clarkson  Btreet,  (".
Corrigan, recorder;   Louis Witt,
er workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Rose I��egie i n is Second and
th   5Vedn sda.   ol each month,
In K. of p.  Ha I, C ill nil 11 St, at
��� ���   ���   . Wl Ite it -   ��� Di .���:���������''. Fourth
������   I r.      In     e ll I    month,   same
ind  pi ii ���      Visil Ing  Bi ���
��� .ily    invite 1       E.   B.   Stli - b
i   ���. ,. . Pre* .11   I'   ne: . Sei retary.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  $3,000,000.     Reserve $3,437,162 Total  Assets  $36,373,576.
Branches and correspondents in. a 11   the  principal  cities of  the  world.
General   innklng business transacted.
$l opens an account.   Interest, added half yearlj
Co     '  m i :n i le al lowest rates,
Open  S.itu'd.y   nights  from 8  to 9  o'clock.
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  I.O.F.
'    ��� - the !'" irth Fridaj   In the
Bl   ���   o' lex k,  In  tie    i
i iddfe :   va'   '��� ������< .      VI    li -
reth en are ��� ord! illy Invited to Bt
tend,   .!. B, Rushton, C. B.;  F   P
Maxwell, R. S.
new wESTMiNsitK bhinch p. E, LYLE, Manager.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
A. O. F.���Tl ��� rei ul ir meetings of
��� o > .    ... held on the Si   i _ '���
u d F mi ��� h Tu 'sdays of each month
' S :>. rn. in Lhe Oddfellows' Hall,
ng Brethren are cordlaly Inti ! to attend.    E. C. Firili. C. It-:
F. P. Maxwell. Sec.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meel every Wedne iday
at s p'olock   i'   ti.. in  Oddfellows'
Hall,   Columbia     -'  ,     Vlsltlnc
Brethren are cordlnlly Invited to ":
tend, Geo. Burr, S C; N. It. Brown
Sec.
g__s___-____i
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
BONO OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month 'n
K. of p. Hall, John McNlven,
Chief;   ,1. ,1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY   SURGEON.
Late of Manchurian Japanese Army
Service.
Office, )OOWcstmifl..t.rAv_.,Vannuvi:f, Bl.
:      lencs I'hon ��� ',i.       0 dice Ho r
Office Phone 2666.        I' a.m. to . p.m.
New Westminster. B. C.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highest prices paid tor second-hand
goods, junk,   bottles,  rubbers,  brass.
copper, old shoe., and all metals; also
1 old cloihes. etc,   write or call,
S.  BROWN,
Fronl  Stret,  New  Westminster,
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
B. C. Monumental Works
	
JMHES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
[ablets, Tombstones Etc.
Wine for prices,
New  Westniiiuter.  B.  C.
S. G. TIDY,
 rLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS. ROQUETS
AND  FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone   \i,;. or address 4.h  "up
ii ip and ind. Streel
"Every el.uni hns n silvery llulng."
"Not after a grafter has been under
IL"
Doubtless.
"Whal lu\.' y >u i i lose in ti.is
deal?"
"Nothing,"
"Whai bnve j ou lo gain?"
"Nothing."
"Humph!     Musi   be   in   traiulng  to
serve <mi a Mtr.i 'ipal league comn
tee."
I'i.ttercJ   n_em.
"1 don'l see ��liy she dotes s(> p>u
bnsebnll \\ I s! ������ .; -,���-:; i undorstan I
.  thin .  ih'..   ���
"Theu you i'i id ��� - md I nman
uaturc     It i ���' -���'���'   ������  . |
like .i  hall un vrll e xi
they expli In I lie .
H_d U�� F�� He.
"I 'pM.'.i   '...a- .   .1    :     -ai   f rl
t.i me?"
"1   Iim\p' ,. . -  here     ������   ii   I  .-
emploi >       - i
"\\ ell,' i .-     ly i lly, "l
mlghl   Itj   'a':   ���   .   SCOW  :;_   ;:;.->   k.io ej
anil ft. K^ "
Brtslit iJ^a.
"Whal   " a. '-,]   \ .Ml   ,1,1  if van   wi-;!'  f-n
.���.ire'l '. ���  . ���'  t -..   ted W ihc  .   ���    WlSS
OldttU'
"Virst i: ag i A s* w.m-,;.i he te bet
r,iw monej' nf l_et t.i hit. fl sulistiture"
Tree ** ,th ll
Miss SnlTrafre hss a fine mind."
"Kvfr s.-implcl it?"
""WTint do yon mean ."
"Wait till she gives yon a piece of It
and you will know."
S       '.:
i you
:,....'
men    '.���'������-.������-
.   '.  a
to ti re Ko
r< :. a:n   .X . ey can
ue boats f                         ���**���-<��.
I would i: be
���
���
���
. ixresiiei  '"
���   te.   la      > ���- - .-
.ome 1,200 I
at the
I  great  i -    ���
���
5 who of i
(vlten he came he
ti ������ . I .,-���       ne i
i caused ������ |
ine ini     immi plali
In the four we'i    - - en In
��� .-���      .-.        aa   mortalil en
..-:.. in In th
.. ... es of I be    .bite ��� thla
local i ty.
The paragraph In question would
' asi an un      Ifl iflectlon on   mth
the business icumen and the humanity of the proprietors of the hop yards
ie this district. This year 10th ii.
Hulberl and the E. C. H. Hop Co,
bave La I wooden tents prepared for
the pickers, and they have been more
comfortably boused than at any time
since bops bave been raised In this
valley. Great pains have been taken
to supply them with good cater, and
rlie sanitation of the camps has been
carefully attended to. The fact that
some 1,500 hop pickers have Iwen together for a month and not a death
occurred from contagious disease ami
not a cane of typhoid fever has occurred, demonstrates not only the
healthfulness of the district, but indicates the paternal care tha! has
been exercised by the proprietors of
tbe hop ranches. The writer is aa.
old resident of Sardls aad has known
the conditions that have obtained at.
every hop picking season since 1892,.
and I take great pleasure in testifying lo the continual kindness of the-
hop ranch proprietors and solicitude
for the moral and material welfare
of their employes; and i would also
testify to the good behavior of the
pickers. Nol .1 solitary case if disorder or drunkenness has been called
to my attention, and in no case has
the services of a. constable been needed. After stating such a condition of
affairs, it  Is needless to say there is
m     bar   when'    Strong    drink   ts   dispensed.
On their return lo the coast I would
bespeak for these people who have
been so orderlj am! law abiding courteous treatment, and an effort on the
par: of those in authority to tlmi Ihem
a place to camp
Thanking you, Mr. Editor, for the
space for ibis communication, I am,
yours im'. .
JOSEPH OGLE, J.P.
Sardls, B.C . Sept   22, 1906.
AT   THE    HOTELS.
p  . ....-.-    \\    yi, ;   era
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S  .   a-   ii   McDon       .
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Berks, Vli I i
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a       ��� . \,    a    !-:    I.      a
. . .      IC.   .1 .   Waoqnet.  l.arm" ,   J     ),
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Win.is.v      i.t v
:     Ta M.-iin;   l.elii,  i
\    i"    nan-is an.l v Ife, Haney;
v. K ia-.".    V ssion* Clt} .    A.   1'T
Blaine;  .lohn w    Turner, Chilllvi
1 .7.  1. .   I.r.iwnina. Vancou.
H .  ,7acks,.n. CShllll'Vl
    ii
The Milwaukee"
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C.
'The Pion'.r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago. "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No train�� jn the service on any
railrond in thc world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and diming cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
servke not obtainable (Jsevvhere.
H. S. ROW*.. General Agent.
i.M third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Plain to Them.
The   little    flshes
���^^^^^^^^^^^^_-'      In the brook
ir&.s'n--Ai      Are   wl9P   t,:
���^tm^M -. z_. dl',,p"""
They never learned to use a
hook.
But they Q&I
reaU between
the lines.
4?*$
Appropriate.
"Do you know the mntto of a band
of burglars'."
"No.    What is it?"
"United we loot; divided we scoot."
Costly for Perkins.
Smashing door., and windows in the
restricted district of the city prove i
a costly amusement for a young man,
.lames Perkins, who appeared In tin.
police court yesterday morning to answer to a charge of wilfully damaging the property of one Birdie Dixon,
a well known resident of the red light
lane. Perkins denied having committed the damage complained of, hut
the evidence of four fallen women
convicted him, and he was fined $5
antl costs and also ordered to pay the
prosecutrix the sum of $10, this being
the amount of the damaga done to
tlie property.
���I
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mM*ft 5rB"
THE DAILY   NEWS
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 26, ig06.
REASONS WHY
We Want Your Trade
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
A. We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, wa\th our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend t.o HA VE it.
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
G. ADAMS,
AMERICAN FORCtS
START FOR CUBA
(Continued from Page One.)
Five hundred marines Irom the Atlantic fleet will sail to-morrow on the
battleships Indiana and Keutucky
from Provldencetown, Mass.
Eight or nine hundred marine, will
sail on Thursday from Boston, Norfolk and Philadelphia, and the remainder will probably leave  Xevv ur-
LODGE OF REBEKAHS
HOLDS OPEN MEETING
Ladies   Pre.ide   a   Gcod   Time for   a
Large   Gathering���Music
and   Addresses.
Th,. local lodge. ,,i th<j Daughters of
Rebekah held a most enjoyable open
meeting in the K. ol I', hall lasi evening.     A huge  number  of ladies, and
leans for Havana on a Morgan liner  gentlemen  were present, and i-efresh-
CHEAP    FUEL
COKE
We have plenty of co^ke 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
on  Saturday.
Orders were first, issued for l.O.o
marines from the various stations
a'ong the Atlantic coasl io proceed to
Cuba, but following dispatches from
Secretary of War Taft in,Healing thai
he has little hope of an amicable settlement of the troubles in Cuba. DoO
additional marines from the North
At Ian; ie fleet were ins: rue:e.l lo pre
pare for Cuban service.
Large Force Ready to Land.
In addition io the marines there
"ill be nearly 2,000 more bluejackets
sent to Cuba.
As there are now  1,200 marines in
Cuba
a.i,I
litems   were   served   at    the   close   by
the i.i lies, who succeeded in making
all their guests f< (���! quite a:  bome.
',.. chair was occupied by the
uol a- grand ol the order, Mrs. C. 8.
i;. io   in   her   Introductory   ad
dress welcomi I tb- \ Isil irs. sin-
then called upon Mis. ll Stewardson
im an Instrumental boIo. Other in-
s: rumental n imi ei - wer.. com i Ibuted
by ihe Misses Schaake. Vocal solos
a' .-������ tastef ii1.- :��� n lere : by Mis- Ger.
tie Spring and Mi-- Lund. Miss
Spring .ini Mr. Stewardson rendered
.. humorous duel in laughable st;. le.
.Mr. Stewardson also contributed to
���be enjoyment of the hour by singing
and
NEW STYLES IN THE
K'/iUNERY DEPARTMENT
The last few days have brought us many novelties for
this department, such as Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hats and
Childred's Flops; also New Trimmings of every description
Every day grows busier and the time till you want
your new hat grows smaller. Leave your orders and have
your hat on time.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
'"���ii    bluejackets,  several   i:���;.->;--ji,i>-   funny songs
When lbe  vessels tailing thi-   ...... a
rive in Ha',',ii,a. thi Unite I States will
i"- ready to land on Cuban sail >
force of more than 7,000.
H. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    ISO.
CALL ON.
r.A.Muir&Ca
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
SEVENTEEN NEW CARS
TO BE BUILT IN 1907
E    C.
E.  R.   Co.   Plans  to  Turn   Out
Trams of the Most Approved   Type.
Hasty Preparations.
The American warships whli b Ball
on Thursday will be the cruiser
Brooklyn, now al League Island navj
yard, Philadelphia; tbe battleship
Texas, which i.s being repaired hastily
at the Norfolk navy yard, and th
converted cruiser Prairie, which is al
Boston. The Prairie will carry marines from Portsmouth, Boston and
X' wport, K.l. On the Brooklyn and
Texas will be marines from the New
York navy yard, from League 'island,
Por; Royal, S.C . Annapolis, Washing-
ten. Norfolk and Charleston.
Protects   British   Property.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -   - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
"Timber
Limits"
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
estimated 20,000 to the acre. Easy of
access. Also a Quarter Section, jn-
i luding 6,000 cords Shingle Bolts,
near Aldergrove.   Enquire aboul these,
Havana, Sept. 25.���Secretary Tai:
has ordered the commander of the
Seventeen new cars will be built by United States gunboat Marietta to
the B. C. E. R. (io. during 1907, ac- dispatch thirty men lo Sagua ia
fording io the schedule just drawn up Grande, province of Santa Clara. ;<.
by the management. The cars will guard the shops of the Cuban Central
ai, be of the most approved type, and . railroad, a British concern, which con-
will be furnished in the best and most tain a million dollars' worth of sup-
hygienic style. Ii is likely that the plies. The manager of tbe road debars built next year will show a con- dares that it already has been dam-
si,lerable improvement on the present aged to the extent of $400,000. Upon
cars in the matter of seating accom- his informing the British charge d'af
modation, the idea being to make the faires of ihis fact, the lattei assured
icnrs as germ proof as possible, anjd him that the United States would do
dust trajis will lie eliminated in every all in its power to protect tin toad,
in ssible way. 	
Speaking of tramway cars yesterday afternoon, Loca! Manager McQuarrie said that the number of
years in which a car wns in active use
averaged about twelve, but that quite
a number that had been built more
jthan twelve years ago were still in
service. Nos. 37 and 39, two of the
.-ars in service in ihis city, have been
carrying passengers for over- fifteen
years, and show no signs of an immediate collapsing a. the present
time. Of course, several repairs and
additions have been made In recent
years, and a new traction motor has
been placed in both cars, but the body
is stiii the s.'fne. ,
Mr. McQuarrle stated that he could
not say whether any trailers would
be built next year. Everything would
depend upon the showing made by the
trailer bulll at the shops about three
months ago, and which bas been in
active service ever since.
Miss Helma Crake re< Ited.
Rev. A. De li. Owen gave a brief
address, In which be called attention
tn the influence of woman and ber
place In the nation. He rejoiced
that the Influence of the Rebekahs
was always thrown upon the right
side, an I that their object was to protecl ihe needy.
Aid. Shiles was called upon i i give
an outline of wli Oddfellowshlp was
'���' accomplishing and thi benefit ll was
to all who allied themselves with the
order. ('. S. Keith leall with tbe
work of the Rebel ahs, an I explained
what steps were necessary to become
a member of the or ler. He hope I
that all gentlemen presenl who bad
not allied themselves with the Oddfellows would do BO, and tins pave
the way for entering the order of the
Daughters of Rei ekah.
GIVES MANY PEOPEE
CHANCE TO GET CASH
Reichenbach   Corr.Dany   Offers   Christmas  Presents to  Patrons
cf Meat  Market.
C. P. R. GIVES $200,000
TO CITY OF WINNIPEG
Object   of   Donation    ;s   to   Assist
Securing Adeouate and  Suitable Water Sur: ly,
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
2G0 Columbia St,    Phone 85
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Winnipeg, Man., Sept. 25, ��� Sir
Thomas Sha ighm ss. and William
Whyte, presldenl and bi cond vlce-
I resident respectively ol the C.P.R .
tw I she mayor and aldermen of Winnipeg Informally by appointment this
afiernoon. and Sir Thomas, on behalf'1
of the company, mad<' a voluntary donatio:) of $200,000 towards assisting
the city in securing an adequate and
suitable waier supply. This generous
i ffer is greatly appreciated by the
council and citizens, and Mayor
Sharpe this evening issued the thanks
of Winnipeg to the C.P.R, for their
manifestation of public spirited Interesl in the city's welfare at such an
opportune time and in such a decidedly handsome way.
 O _
Killed in Panic.
M'ddletown, N.V.. Sept, 25,���Several
Workmen Btarted down a shaft In the
Erie tunnel to-day with a can Of gasoline on lhe elevator. The gasoline
caught fire from a pipe one of thr
men v.as smoking, A pan;- ensued,
and in the scramble Roberi Patterson
fell from the elevator to the bottom
uf 'b" | II and was killed.
RE Of SOME FORCE
in the community. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Make up
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant yung man and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of
ily-
gifts to your fan.-
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60xl32 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
If YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Biild
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
Polish Your Floors
With Johnson's Prepared Wax. It is by far the most
reliable and satisfactory preparation for polishing floors.
It produces a lasting, artistic finish to which dirt aad dust will
not adhere.    It does not crack or peel off.   Heel marks
and scratches will not show.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
contains more polishing wax to the pound than any other.
That's why it covers the most surface, gives the best, most
lasting and artistic finish with the least effort.    Try it.
For polishing woodwork and furniture it is unexcelled���
preserves and brings out the natural beauty of thc-wood.
Use Johnson's Powdered Wax for all dancing floors.
Ask for free booklet "The Proper Treatment for
Floors, Wood work and Furniture. "You can get
the genuine Johnson Preparations of
~   == Anderson & Lusby
| i=i idiviiti idf 1
I
i
:���: in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
PURINITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
'���*
.
v
*
���J
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
i
Three hundred dollars in gold is the
amount set apart by the Reichenbach
company  for theii   annual  Christmas
drawing this ..ear, and coupons for
the   same   have   already   been   issued.
The amounl is exactly double what
1' was in former years, and the liberality shown I ;��� this enterprising
firm is certainly deserving of the support which will doubtless be accorded
it by the people of New Westminster
and tiie surrounding country. The
prize money will be divided in.such
;: way thai a large number of people
must necessarily win money, as there
are two prizes oi $25 each, five prizes
of .lu each, and no less than forty
prizes ol ts each. Coupons will be
Issued with each $1 purchase al the
meat market, while monthly and
wholesale customers will be i resented with coupons equal to the amount
of their bills on payment of the same
The competition will close on Christmas eve. and all prizes musi be
claimed before Jan. 10, 1907, otherwise
the amount will be distributed among
charitable  Institutions.
The Immense success whicb attended the competition whicb closed last
Saturday Induced Mr, Reichenbach to
offei a larger numbei of prizes ibis
year, and there is n< doubt thai this
competition will be even mine popular than i le last one. Only a few of
ihe prizes remain unclaimed al the
presenl time, and tbe number of those
who have nol yel applied for their
prize money is decreasing every day,
 o	
Westmount   Boy   Killed.
Mont real. Sept, 25, ��� Victor Ross,
the little five-year-old son ol Robert
Ross, a prominent resident of West-
mount, was killed In thai suburb to-
tight, lie was struck and knocked
down by a streel cur while endeavoring to cross the track in front of it.
��� v
!���! Till and Tl.v Columbia'St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension. Front Street.   V
'fi ' S
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
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1 Electric Railway Service l
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. rn. to 11 p.
m. excepting at .:.'!<) and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly <;irs will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service trom
0.:i(i ti. m. to 11 ji. m.
20 Minute Service���.no transfer.
Hot ween 12 and _ and _ and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during  re- +
mainder of day.   muster at ���
Leopold t'lace. X
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be- J
tween   .   a.  in.  and   10  p.  B_ *
City and Sapperton. J
Sapperton Line��� l b Minute Ser J
vice, except  between 1- ami ���
", and 6 and V, unriug whirl' ���
.ours    the    service   wlll   be ^
half-hourly, f
Sunday Service   liair nourly  a
tween S a. in. and 11 p. ni.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co
., Ltd I
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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