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l\(iLC.MK 1, XTMBEB 184
NKW \VKs:t\li,\>TTrr;'. B. (".. Tn>l)AV MORNING, OCTOBER 9, 1906.
man of   3oard of Works Gets   Instructions   to Proceed With Work of Improvement on Columbia
Street    Regular Council Meeting.
Report That Gambling Games Were In Operation During
Fair Week Astorishes Him ���Investigation to
Be Held    Bluff Called.
Heal  . . < a    rm mo    '   ���   ���    .   I
rj-g|      .,   -      Insti icti
 '     a -   u a      ...     j
:    ,.   .   the   ���   111 Lng   ��� .   ..
:.:���������    _idf.Wi.ll    un    Coiu
Bi     ie  . n       to    .     hi
-..   intention  I eing        : ���    .   ������
. .   ...... a  sid  ivi .S now
ms   thi   principal   b isi-
|  e of t 'iis  citj    iy  i ia-
I     i I In   ii"1  Is of a gi
I  . nti r.     '1 he  subject   was   ini ro-
t g ,..i ..   who   Infoi.-.
Ihai he ha I ��� ��� ��� n ap-
i .. . _everal of the mi chants
[ a  sl reel.   who   I ad   re-
V . isi    his   Inf. ien< ������  in
.. th thi   ; ailding i I a ci n-
i fron theii     .
��� ���     -..i ; i   nol   satisfied   ������ y b
-. lewalk now   doing duty.
��� ,   ���    thoughl   that   the   time
',< I   whi n   thi j    Bhould
,.   .-  i a   sidewalk < :i Columbia
.:. .   . cei rdingly    move 1  that
. imi: te ���    sho .. I    be   ap��
...   into   ; he  matt���     or
���   : ���    refen e 1   to   the   board   of
si ������   what   could   be   di ne.
.as of the opinion that a concrete
.ilk would    be  just     about   thil
|;  foi the main business thi rough
the city.
Ill   Adams   Bpoke  In  favor  of  re-
ay   thi    | rest at   sidewalk   f< .   a
- e one, an ! in pointing > at the
ntage    oi   i onci i te ovi r lumbi r,
tated  that   the  finest  side*
|k in the city could  be found any
in  the  week  doing duty  in fronl
���ii-   Btor<     This sidewalk had been1
; ttiI'.���   i .   tbe ci';-. and thi   ti I-
��� ol thi   .a nej  ha 1 been paid  bj.
ell  and   tic  OtlJfer   mi ri banu    :<
' '.   whose      aces   tin    _ dewalk
I. Henli    ... pean I to be dubious
tin    ���  prietj       i onsti acting a
cit-ti   ��� idi walk on Columbia strei t,
��� were so many other prei
���-, ions   .c ���   -; lewalks   in
i '  the city.    He thought
��� sl ;.   name the  gentleman
enti  ned  the matti :   to Aid.
��� ���  :n isi   remember that
ks had a  lol of work
���   sonally, he thought
time sui;; a sidewalk
a the main st reet.
��� r;   mentioned thai he did
:t it   would  b(  necessary
... bj -la . to the peoj le
��� -: - n,  if    the mi   ch   its
this v ould affect were
������'��� '     is   In  wishing    fi r    the
'��� ��� ���    ;''   believed  i;   woul I   I e in
terests of thi   city t i have
i ������ ���' alk, and   would   ask Alll.
'   the mi He. up at once.
a strei I  In Bi i-i-h Co-
ild i ompi re  with  Co-
.   from  the   Royal   City
Id   place, an I thai  was
��� - - . -  of opinii n among  vis-
'    this ally.
��� lhal  the  ' oai .1  ��� r woi ks
'���   ���    hi   mat tei up .. as unani-
���I upon.
Hi   -..;,   called the attention of
��� 'a  .. .   aordlnary num-
I! ������ houses 'ii several pai ts
i"      Al oul   a   year ago   fhe
11 ;    I   been   changed,   bul    a
:-        a   oi' houses had retained
old n imbers, and the resull was
il   satisfying.     He   quoted
whi re houses standing side by
'���'"��� imhered 540, I:1::. 400 and
" " ������ 'i.' l.v, and pointed oul that
as  ini] ossible  for a   stranger to
,; ��� d imi ��� i- he wanted in the tan-
���' ndil: -i  they  were ln al   pres-
��� -'    He ho] >��� ; thai  thi      in ii r
��� -  ������"'���>���< thing   to  ....    . :���   ,,    .;.,.
,  .'��� .    of   sty](     :.. a    .a: ���  : Tig   i :
��� ���   . an ! bring   ona it ol
���   ������       .-'   i hai .
-'������ I.  A ian;      remarked      bat w hi -.
ten   :. ::.. a .     -.-..   , iged it   .
in;  ntioa to n      ... ���
.' '..i   had nol been   ! ne.
'' ���'��� ma; or ap] ilnti I      ���     .
1 < '��������� sting of Aid. H   ...   , . .   ���   . a
������������ i  will   I ������ ex] <i  i . ..���    ig; te
i be   matti .-  and  rej oi-l     ; en  it  at a
A. I.  Henle;,   pre.*     ed a n     rt re-
' i :. men ling   the   consi   iction
Fatal Results Attend a Battle at the
McLaren & Co. Mills at Buckingham, Que.
.t vol ey, one
iiea I and the
ieing in
Francois Belanger was also ]���,...- .!
and eight others seriously wounded,
.-. number of the latter were policemen.
Fighting continued for twenty min
ir.es,   both   side,    using   gun-,   while
.1. W. Mcintosh, chief of police,
drew the attention c! the council to
the necessity oi Ins.a'Iing arc lights
in Clarkson street, in such a position
that the rear enti nces of the business blocks might be illuminated, as
the police had to try the back doors
di.ling the night, and it was difficult
foi them to find their way about, tc
sa; :n thing of tbe i. ns. ��� i. Th s was
referred ti   the    ighl   ci mmittee, with
wer to act.
'   a.
I   a ���
tl ini
Buckingham, Que., Oct. 8.    Foi  the  thc leader^ fell at the
st month there has teen a si     e on     ul"< i hii lng hi
hen     mong tin   e  ., loyi s ol   hi    Vli -   other in  the  mi  i h
La ��� a & i ������   mills.   This morning the
company made an attempt to pul men
to  work.    Men  have  been brought  in
foi   the  purpose, as   well  as a  squad
cf   a   of forty detectives  and special  police-
idewalk on Eighth street, about threi    men recruited in Montreal,
"-bains in length, in fronl oi Mr. Sum-     The strikers had been organized un-
���     ���" ' ���'-'' ���"���'���'. ;-''' estimated cost Le-     ��� .-,.���..- f Th :ai     :.- ian-
''  ol"  '������ '���    -:''   lid  not advocate ger, ���      .    I    ���.    .a an   ���-!;���   th -    i     the ������   who  were  not
''   full length of side wi      asked for, - -��� .-���. ���      reached   hem     i ned kept up a :  silade of stones
;'    *;;" lot�� above thai    ioperty   wen   th i   ��� .-���  c :... m; ���:..-������!   toi    The  polici   finally   retired, and  the
...   vacant and unocc    a   , and he did   :������..-������  aerations, a short conference | strikers were glad of the opportunity
"''   consider the  expense justifh    ���    v.     .,   ! ani ii   ..,.-   ;-:' S . -    clear  to do the same.
;:'   ;':-""   recommendi I     hi   repairing       I str: .ealters.    .',  mob   of      The outlook   v.:.-   for i   renewal  of
a sidewalk on Fifth avenue instead two hundred men indei thi leadership hostilities, and the authorities at once
of building a new one, this having of Belanger riished ip the hill leading asked that military assistance be senl
been asked for by Mr, Birrell. Both I thi I, _t the to they were met from Ottawa. Ot the wounded men,
recommendations were adopted with- by thi ��� lice, who, -"ing the deter- Detectives Picard and Warner are ex-
out discussion, mined   rush,   opened   flre,    Belanger, | pected to die.
Quite a number of communications
were before the council, although
ne:e was nothing ol .erj m ti b im-
; ortanci. One was rea I from \Y. H.
Keary, lion, secretary i ; the Union of
iiriiish Columbia Municipalities, asking the council to send representa-
li'ns in the annua: meeting of the
association thai will take place in
Kamloops on Uct. 24, when questions
i : Importance dealing with municipal
government will be discussed. Among
these will be The New Municipal
Act," "Relation of the Council to the
Legislature," "Contract vs. Day La-
i r," "Uniformitj in Municipal Accounting,^ "The Merits and Demerits
i '. the Referendum," etc., etc. Mayoi
Keary ami Aid, Howay were appointed
a a delegation to take part in the
meeting, the one ieing chosen on ac-
ci uni of bis munii ipal e> peril nee, and
',.-��� i ther f ir his legi    kn wledge.
The Vanstone Heating & PI im ing
Co. as] e ; for ��� . Icn to oj en up
.. at-, street for the ; ui pose ol ci a-
in i ting C. Knowdt' - pro] cry. with
the i ity sewer. This ���> as refi . ���>��� | -..
n ard of works w It! -, -.,-. ��� to ad
il. Buckland and W, Smith asked
���i r ; ermission to open .. th street
, ;,, osite the Rshet:' s and In llan li
pari ment on McK-:,. ��� .tree fcr the
.��� irpose of !��� qui ctins a hi is e ���'��� SS
���In   sewer.    Permission was granted.
Permission was granted to Artnur
I.. Day. who wished to lay uil ling
materials on Seventh street.
The  application   oi   William  I.nnes
who wished a sidewalk crossing to be
en. triictoii  on   his   property   t n   the
Officer Maxwell   Has   Narrow   Escape
From   Death   in   Encounter
With  Burglar.
1 Iffh i.- Maxwell    ha i  a   close   call
esterday    morning    about   3 o'clock
''-' ������   when  _m   was maiing his  rounds in
,',���-���   rear   of   George  Adams'  grocery-
store.     .'.:i   unknown   man   potted   at
li'm with a revolver and succeeded in
,;::,:: the ^S;    thn ugh I be i ffii i :'s
��� w blui   I elmet,
Tl ������ i a.���--..' le, aci o ling to his
usual custom, was "vying the various
i  lors with a view to finding out whe
el ise bin ner at the L, tlu Island
! ,: - ���'.- no suita le lai < has yei
l;een - lecti 1, thi b ; ointmen. < o ild
_  ���    ���   made, an I  the   etter was file.
r< ference,
R   ���'. Batt, . !ki e;er, - :; mitt*
hi        . nthly    rf     rt,    sh  wing    thai
��� h   ������      ws   :. ;'l   1 een  re lei med,   re-
die ���!.   '���:   -.i ���. ������ -'��� S   ���';   remaining   :'.
Thi   "��� port wa ���'     ' an 1  file 1.
The   marki :   ��� '��� :   's   n | on   for the
in n1 ������ of Sep'o ml er w  _ as  folli ws;
Commissi m sales,   $46.50;   ittalls  account, $71.10; telephone, $7.50; water,
south side  ot   St.  George street,  was '
.     , . ,    ; li ;    total,   $12 i.50;    cheek   to  city,
referre 1  to the  bo; i       I  woi ks, with
i wer lo act ....
The ri      t ol    '������     ' mm'iei
William Henderson tendered his re- .-,, ...,,..
v as as follows: R. B. 1      rock, to de-
gnation as assistant on the watei de- . ,..���.��.
aling arch, $100; M   nnes .'. Kerr,
artment.    1 his was aeoepted ,      . ,,,,,,-      , ,      ,       ,
,   $-t;i 25;   lot il, ..1 19.2 ���.    Ordered to be
V I-.'. White, seen of the I   ard   '
..  nald.
��� - ade,  wrote, enc using a  copy oi
a  resolution  passe l al the last
ing of the board, vi lu rei ;��� the  nn in-.
hi rs seconded  the action of the clt;
council in connection with the request
to  the  governmenl    thai   the   watei
course at Coquitlam hike be reservi I
"      " S3;  ���' I tags sold, and nine t(Cer tbey were ail  locked.    On reach-
;'--    >es1     '   ���     ��� :*   was    '  "-' ! ing the Adams   premises he  heard  a
,;,rl   S ' ' rustle  and  saw   the  figure of  a   man,
W.  A.  Df   Woli  Smith, medical In- and   almos1   .���   the   same  jnstant   a
spector  ol   health,   submitted  his  re- bullet sang past his ear, while his as-
'������   :  *   ''��      month    of  September. s;,nan,   ruShed     out   into   the   night
which   was  as follows:   Measles, from c!0Sely followed  by a couple of bullets
lasi  mouth 1;  new  cases, 0;  total, 1; from  Maxweirs gu::. which,  however,
died,   i"   recovered,  1;   remainiHg,  0, missed their billet.   All that is left to
Sea     ���::.'.:. :'.'.���:������.   lasi   month,  1;   new tell the tale is the hole in the helmet,
-��� ���   l'i * ::-:- 2;   lied, 1; recovered, wnic}, makes ih<_ worthy officer shud-
1-   remaining,  0.    Tuberculosis,  from der   whenever   he   looks   at   it.     Mr.
total, 7: Adams has promised  to have  a light
The police com1      ?i n    vi as   ge ,,
folic ivs: For :'7 ireals thi ��� xhi-
ii ' - -r unds. $9 25: Gulcl i ' -''S.
foi nca's. $4.80; total, $1 1.05, Or-
dere I ; aid,
suspended in the rear of his premises
in future. The disturber of the peace
did not leave his description behind
him, and is still ai large.
Crew Landed.
Fayal, Oct. 8.���The British steamer
Voya, from Huelva for N'ew York, has
ni rive : he ������ t:'. a the crew of the
British steamer Mannlngtry, which
was abandoned ai sea in a sinking
condition. The steamer Mannlngtry,
Captain Lawson. sailed from Huelva,
for Phila lelphia.
for the city.    This was receivi 1 and
A   communication   from  tlie  C.   H.
G ti ihon���H.    .1.  Lelscher,   Vancou-
��� : :   ���'      ,   Phi li] i . Ton nt i;   W.  A.
Felker Pleads Guilty.
Salem. Mass.. Oct. 8.���James V.
Felker, formerly c ity treas n er of
Newburyport, pleaded guilty to-day to
charges of embezzlement of $86,500 in
'.'uinls of ihe city. Al the request oi
prisoner's counsel, sentence wi s    i it-
Publishing Co., of Toronto,  Gray,  Vancouve :    T,   .larks-;.   San   poned.
calling attention to an electrical magazine published by them, was referred
to the lighl committee to report.
imperial Government
Panders to Americans
�����ndon, Oct. 8.���The Pai! Mall Ga- side   and   all   the   sentiment  cm   the
'   says the modus Vivendi conclud- other, and mean enough in sentiment.
Francisco; J. J. Baird, Victoria;  P. T.
Wood, Portland, Ore.
Colonial���J.     S.    Dawson,     Mr.  and
Bomb  Injures General.
Sebastopol,   Oct.   s.���A   bomb   was
Irs.  B. Alliti. Blaine;   ���'..  C.   Martin,   thrown to-day at  Major-General  Dum-
that   it   is  Indulged In  at
Ton nti ; Jann - Austen, Blaine; D.
!'. Wellhurst, Montreal; John Hohen-
zer,  lilalne.
Windsor���M.   M.   Lemon,   Agassiz:
T   J,   Lawson,    Vancouver;    William
Wilson,   Matsqui;   J,  S.   Wren,   Read
Island:  J   W-,   Shannon, J.  H. Shan-
j >.on, Cl iVerdale.
Whiskey Poisons Three  Men.
lonesboro,    Ark.,    Oct.    S.���Daniel
������etwei n  the imperial  government ''""��� ���"'���'"'
,,,,,,   ,. .,      .,,                                  ithe   expense   of   a   weak  third   party Webster,  of    Cardwell,   Mo.,  and  B.
' '"���'���'��� u States regarding New-! i                              M       .              ,
whom we are professing to protect, Nally, ol Geneva, m ���.. who came neie
""'and fisheries, is one mere sac-      Th(, (;hll,(, Bays ,,,.,, hardjy ., ,���,,. from Manila, _.rk., yesterday, violently
'   ��� f a  liritish colony in the cause   tence  is made of mutual concessions, 111, die 1 today.    They state! they had
Anglo-American   good   will,   and   ami  tlie oldest  British dependency is bought whiskey at Manila which made
"''  as we   value  the   cause,   It   is   treated  with absolute contempt  in a them   Bick.    Another  man   Is at   the
' ''.' !l:-v ;"''   to work in  a onesided I matter of vital  mom;:!:   t.i i's chief point of death i-i a hospital, poisom I
' ;"]| v-':      s the    a im .      ���-. om   Industry, from   Irlnklng whiskey.
hadze, commander oi the troops, as he
was driving to the barracks of hi
Brest regiment, 'i'he general, who
was slightly wounded, fired on his assailant, but he escaped after a struggle with some soldiers. The genera '
coachman and two Ol lerlies were severely  wounded.
��� o	
Young Girl Suicides.
Owosso. .Mich.. Oct. 8.���Bessie Gr-
anly. aged 12, a school girl, committed
suicide by taking poison to-day iii the
presence of four of her little play-
nates a; the | ump house of the. country school in Venice township. That
the i did should conceive and carry
out the plan i -' '" '-' attributed* to
the rei ling       ensatlonal novels.
A reporter for the Daily News was
-..,,'... esterda) atternoon of administering a severe shock m llis Worship Mayor Keary, and as a rei il
there is to be an investigation, ��o the
i . r says, of a report that gambling
games were openly conducted in u
number of city hotels during fair
week, uml it Ls also promised that an
attempt will be made to maki a s apse..; u: the audacious report! r.
The reporter in question waltf 1 on
Mayor Keary yesterdaj afternoon an .
a.iced him If he wa. aware of whal
was common knowledge, that gambling games had been in operation
i ,: ing fair week.
The mayor emphatically denied ihat
lie hud any such knowledge, and furthermore stated that he had very
grave doubts aboul such having been
lhe c-iLsci.
"Gambling In the citj; that Is entirelj new io me," said he. And from
tlie look of astonishment that slowly
spread over bis face, it was evident
that he was not only surprised, but
deeply pained as well. "Of course, I
ii, vc been a very busy man during
the past week, and nave not been
down town very much, but 1 think
that if there had been gambling 1
would have known of it. The chief of
police would not tolerate gambling in
: ny form if he knew it was going ou, j
i am satisfied of thai; ah', when you
say that gambling joints have been
running���well, you surprise me." I
Mayor Keary then set out to secure
a little information, and among other
things, he wanted to know how the
reporter knew that gambling was going on, who had told him, and demanded to know the names of ihe
places where the games had been in
progress. Having been satisfied in
some of these points, and referred to
the chief of police on ethers, he again
repeated his former statement that he
was entirely ignorant of the fact thai
games of chance were being played
Upon being asked whether he would
hold an investigation, the mayor replied that he would.
"And mind you., as you have made
ihis complaint to me, I shall,call upon
you as a witness at this investigation.
This is a very serious accusation that
you are making, and I suppose that
you can secure facts to back up your
It is an old bluff that of threatening
to drag into cases, as witnesses, people -who make complaints that reflect
on the diligence of polic*. departments. Some people have been known
to quake under it and retract the
complaint rather than face the awful
In this case, your worship, the bluff
��� is called. The reporter for the Daily
News who interviewed yen was assigned to visit different hotels of
the city and learn where gambling
was being carried on. He had not
the slightest difficult; in learning all
he told you. It was a case of open
shop all through. He was not making a complainl to you. He was se< k-
ing Information from you. Vou say
has made a serious accusation. He
has. lie can back it up with a list
of names as long as your arm. and
a .,���:���> name ���:i that list will be know n
li you. Scions of the best families of
New Westminster found their way to
those gam''ling games, and. co-min-
gilng with thugs and sharks, played
the game of black jack.
The Daily News waits to see what
part you are going to ask your police
to take in this investigation, and If
you or they will admit ignorance of
what   has   been   told   you,  the   Dally
News will come forward In its proper
turn and show J'OU how guileless you
iea  .- are.
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Elevator Topples Over.
Winnipeg. Mam, Uct. ..���The big
grain elevator belonging to Joseph
Glenn, of Indian Head, ul Grand Coulee, topple : over on Friday morning
and ..eve ra. thousand bushels of grain
var. thrown on to the tracks. The
C.P.R. is co-operating with Mr. Glenn
In an effort to clear ihe right of way,
and the grain is being rapidly loaded
into cars. The foundations on the
side near the track gave way and the
grain began to pour out over the rails.
Several thousand bushels poured out
in this way. Superintendent Brown-
lee, who was in the city at the time,
went up on the first section of N'o.
17 and offered the assistance of the
railway company by providing cars for
the immediate shipment of the grain.
This was accepted, and the work of
clearing up the grain is now in progress, The elevator was loaded to the
roof with grain at the time, and contained about 44.000 bushels, which
was its capacity. Now that the grain
is being taken out, the owner expects
to be able to jack the elevator into
position again, and to have the foundation repaired. It will take grain in
again this fall.
Millions For Locomotives.
Montreal, Oct. 8.���It was announced
to-day that the management of the
C.P.R. has just placed orders for the
construction of a hundred new locomotives of the largest type. An order
for fifty new ones was issued only a
few weeks ago, so that there are now
orders for one hundred aud fifty, representing an expenditure of about
three million dollars.
Eighty-five of these locomotives will
be  built   by the Locomotive and   Machine  Co.,  Montreal, and  the balam
at the company's Angus shops here.
The company has also an order
the Angus shops for two hundred ;
senger  coaches of  various kinds  . ..
four thousand freight cars, reprer
ing an outlay of four million doi
or  seven   million  dollars for loci
tives and cars.
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Interim  Fish  Report.
Ottawa, Oct. 8.���The fisheries commission has pre],tired an interim re
port containing several very important recommendations. The Cana :...;i
commissioners do not agree to the re
cjuest of the United States commissioner to close the Fraser river fishing at New Westminster bridge. Such
a regulation would shut off nearly 200
white fishermen residing along the
banks of the Fraser from following
their calling. The Canadian commissioners will iikely suggest restrictions
to prevent excessive depth of drift
nets iii the Fraser river and also limiting the length of nets. Probably
minor changes in the close seasons
I will I ������ su --��� ste I.
Machinists   Strike.
Spartanburg, S.C., Oct. 8.���Five
hundr< ! ma ihlnists ln the Southern
railwa. shops ri Spencer, N.C., went
on -'ii:;,.- to-day. Th e strikers demands 1 $2.95 fi . eighl hours' work
Insti.. 1  of $3 for i- n hours' work.
Charleston, S.C.. Oct. 8.���Between
'.'i and 100 machinists of the Southern
railway shops struck to-day on orders
from their union headquarters.
Selma, Ala., Oct. ..���All the ma-
; chinists in the local shops of the
Southern railway, 46 in number, struck
to-day for higher wages.
Terrific Gale Rages
And Sailors Are Lost
Houghton, Mich., Oct. 8.���A terrific
gi le is raging on Lake Superior tonight. The barge Pasadena, in low of
the steamer Gladstone, was blown on
the rocks and is a total wreck. Three
of  her
terrific battle with the surf. A number of vessels had been sheltered in
Lily Pond harbor, but some of theni
started out In the face of the storm,
and anxiety is felt for their safety.
The Pasadena was hound down with
���ew   were    drowned,   while I ore   f,.,(n;   Two   Harbors.     The   Glad-
seven   others  reached   shore after  a  sl n u le thc harbor safely THE   DAILY  NEWS
Bull, ai'- years and upwards���I, .1.
|- ii ersi;. Ruskin; >. (!. Hunter.
Hull. . years and under 3���1, .1. Patterson; -. G. Hunter.
Bull, 1 year and under 2���1, H. Bon-
sall; 2, G. Hunter.
Bull calf, under 1 year���1, G Hunter:  .'. .1. Patterson; 3, G. Hunter.
Champion bull, Diploma, H. -Bou
Cow, 3 years and over���1, 2 and 3,
IL Bonsall.
Heifer, 2 year- and under 3���G.
Hunter;  2. II. Bonsall: 3, G. Hunter.
Heifer. I year or under 2���1 and :.
II. Bonsall; :;. G. Hunter.
Heifer calf, under 1 year���1, H. Bonsall: _ and 3, G. Hunter.
Champion cow. Diploma. H .Bonsall.
Herd, to consist of 1 bull any age,
and four females���1, H. Bonsall; 2. G.
Breeder's young nerd, to consist of
1 bull under 2 years, 2 heifers 1 year
old and under L', and 2 heifer calves
under 1 year I, II. llonsall; 2, G.
The Ayrshire Breeder's association
of ('.,;; i la contribute $25, which is in-
cludi 1 in prizes for Ayrshlres.
Bull, .; years aad upwards���1, W.
R  A a.-; in; 2, I'. Byrne.
Bull, 2 years ani under 3���1. W. H.
Bull. 1 year and under 2���1, R. Hunter; 2, W. IL Austin.
Hull calf, under 1 year���1 and 2, A.
C.  Weil.-;  ::, R.  Ii'inter.
Champion bull ��� Diploma, W. R
Cow, :; years and over���1 and 2, A.
C. Wei!-; :;, R. Hunter.
Heifer, 2 years and under 3���1, A.
C Wells; 2, R. Hunter; ;:, W. R. Austin.
Heifer, 1 year ani under 2���1, W.
It. Austin; 2 and 3, A. C. Wells & Son.
Heifer calf under 1 year���1 and 3,
A. C.  Wells dc Sou;  2,  W. R, Austin.
Breeder's young herd, to consist of
1 bull under 2 years, 2 heifers 1 year
old and under 2. and 2 heifer calves
uuder 1 year���I, A. C. Wells & Son;
2, W. R, Austin.
Champion   cow  ���  Diploma,   A.   C.
Wells fc  Sou.
Herd, to consist or i null, any age,
and four females���1, A. C. Wells &
Son; 2, R. Hunter ,fc Sons.
Breeder's young herd, to consist of
1 bull under 2 years. 2 heifers 1 year
old and under 2, and 2 heifer calves
under 1 year���1, A. C. Wells A. Sou; 2,
\\. R, Austin.
Bull, 3 years and upwards���1, A. .1.
Street, Chilliwack; 2, G. Sangster, Sidney ;  S. Quick Bros., Victoria.
'    fiu'.'. 2 years and under 3���1, A. J.
Si ree;,
Bull, 1 year ani under 2���1, W.
Grimmer; -. A. II Menzles; 3, Quick
11 os.
:, S\ ca!:', under 1 year���1. B, H.
Bull & Sons, Brampton; 2. Quick
cr- .; 3, A. 3. Street,
Champion   bull  ���  Diploma,  A.   J,
' -reel.
Cow, :; years and over���1 and 2, A.
_. Sire..:;  ;:, Quick  Bros.
Heifer, 2 years and under 3���1, A.
.1. Street; 2. Quick Bros.; 3, ll. II Bull
ii   Sou.
Heifer.  1   year and  under 2���1  and
2 Quick Urns.;  .:, A. .1. Street.
Heifer calf uu ler I   year���] and ::.
Quii:. Bros.; 2, A   .!. Street,
Champion cow ��� Diploma, A. .1.
Stre '.
ilea |, , i insist a;' i bull, any age,
and fo ir fern ilei���1. A. 3. S' reel; 2.
Quii . Bros.
Breeder' yo ing hei I, ; i cons:-- ol
1 bull an ler . years, 2 heifers 1 year
nl I an I ������.:. ler 2. and _ belfer calves
undi r I .-ear 1. (i ilck Bros.; A. .1
Red   Polled.
ii :S. . years an 1 upwards���1, R, I-i.
Hu: kh . . Westholme,
Hull.  2  years  and   un ler :! -1,  .1.  T.
Mayn ird;  2, R   E. Burkley.
li Ll. 1 year and under 2���1, .1. T.
i; iii calf under 1 year -1. .1. T. Maynard :  2 and 3. R, E. Burkley.
Champion bull���Diploma, J. T. May-
Cow. :; years and upwards���1, R. E.
Burkley; 2, .1. T. Maynard; 3, R. E.
Helfei. 1 year and under 2���1. .1. T.
M tynai I; 2 and ::, R. K. Burkley.
Heifer calf, under I year���1 and 2.
.1    T.   Maynard.
Champion cow ��� Diploma, R. E.
Burkle .
lleii. -o consist of 1 bull, any age,
and four females���l, .1. T. Maynard;
2   R. E. Burkley.
Breeder's young herd, to consist of
I bull under 2 years, 2 heifers l year,
aa I under 2. and 2 heifer calve.- under'
i  reai  -l, .1. T. Maynard,
All prizes and diploma were taken
b;   .1. Henderson,
Graded   Cattle.
Grab- cow, 3 years and upwards���
l. D. w. Bray; 2, R, R ��� dnsoi .
tirade  heifer,  under :: year.-  old���1,1 Hea.y  C-augnt   Horses.
c    Hunter;   _.   W.   H.   Ladner:   :;, r,.      Brood   mare,   3 years  and   ove.���1.
ater. Pembei   in Stoi ; Farm; 2, V.
Milk and Butter Tests. Farm,   Port   Guichon;    ::.    Pembi
Cow   giving   a   sl   solids,   ope     I ,   Stock Farm,
pure bred animal    il auy  ,:.��� ��� i���l and      Filly or gelding, 2 years and under
2 H. Bonsall. 3���1, .1. A. Evans; 2, Pemberton S   i .-.
Herd of :: cows, open to any breeds,   Farm.
giving most  butter fat, as shown by      Foal  of  1906���1   and  2, Pemberton
Ba icock test, during 4s hours of exhi-   Stock Farm.
bition���1, H. Bonsall; 2, A. J. Street,   j    Best team heavy   Iraughl horses, in
HORSES. harness to vehicle���1 and 3, Pember-
Roadsters. I ton Stock Farm;  2, Wellington Farm.
Brood   mare,   _   years    and    up���1, j       Championship Draught Horses.
Pemberton Stock Farm, Delta;   _ and
3 .!. W. Holllnshead, Ladner. _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Get  of one  sire.  3 animals, either
sex, any age, registered ���1. .1.  A.  Turner.
Stallion, any age���1, T. Mercer.
Mare, any ag���1. J. A. Turner, Cal
Filly or gelding, 2 years or under 3
(.shown In harness)���l, li. Nellems,
Chilliwack;  2, W.  Walker, Steveston.
Filly or gelding, 1 year or under 2��� j
1 and 2, ,1. W. Hollinshea I;  "., J. Simcock.
Foal of 1906���1 and 2, .1. W. HoLins-
head;  3, Pemberton Stock Farm.
Pair matched carriage horses
(mares or geldings), l.V_ hands and
over, in harness to vehicle���1, A. J.
McDonald, Calgary; 2. .1. T. & J ,H.
Wilkinson. Chilliwack; 3, J. A. Cou-
ihart, Chilliwack. Hj	
Single   driver,   mare   or   ge! ling,   in   Turnei
harness   to   vehiclt���1,   H.    Swanson,   wack.
Armstrong; 2. .), T. i- .'   tl. Wilkinson;  3, G. W. Marshall.
Saddle  Horses.
Gentleman's saddle  b >rse ���
William-. Sapperton.
Lady's   saddle  horse- 1.   Mrs.
All  prizes   taken   by   A. C.  Wells   &
Son. Sardls.
All prizes
taken by W. M. Banford,
Ram, two shears or over���1.  J.   A.
w.  s.  Hawkshaw,  Chilli-
i.   1..
 I ii.
Atkinson: 2. M. S. Griffin; :j, W. Walker, Steveston.
Saddle pony, 1 1 hands and under���
W.  Ii.  Ladner.
Standard   Bred   Horses.
onfQTARwzs-A-e.   ml  !Dy  up
Stallion, 3 year, and upwards���1. (I.
w.  Marshall;   2, .1.  Murray;   ���:;,  J. 1.
Bottger, Vancouver.
Stallion, 2 years ami under 3���1,
D M. Webster. Eburne; 2. ,1. T. & J.
il.  Wilkinson.
Ram. shearling���1, J. A. Turner.
Ram. lamb���1 an 1 2. .1. A. Turner.
Ewe, two shears or over���1 and 2,
.LA   Turner;  :;, W. S. Hawkshaw.
Ewe, shearling���1, W. S. Hawkshaw; 2 aud 3, .!. A. Turner.
Ewe, lamb���l. J. A. Turner; 2, W.
S   Hawkshaw: 3, .1. A. Turner.
Pen, one ram any age, tc a : \ ,
-ica.'- or over, ewe shearling, ewe
iemb���1. .1. T. Turner; 2, W. S. Hawkshaw.
Al! prizes were take:; I J .1. T. & .1.
ii.  Wilkinson.
Oxford   Downs.
Kwe, two .hears or over���1. Shannon Bros.; 2, H. Bonsall, Chemainus;
r *. J��*25t
Tender for a  License  to  Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lahds   in   the   Province  of  British  Columbia.
Sealed   tenders addressed ibe
Timber and Mines Branch. Depa
ment of the Interior, and marked en
the envelope. -Tenders for Timber
Berth No. 196," will lie receive! at
this Department until noon on We i-
nesday, the 10th day of October. 1906.
for a license to cut timber or Berth
No. 496, comprising Legal Sub-division it of Section 17 an 1 Legal Subdivision 12 of Section '.. iu Township
40, east of the Coasr Meridian, containing an area of 80 acres, more or
A survey of this ber'a must he
made within one year 'rra the da.e
it is  granted.
Tlie regulations under vh'-h a
license will he issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at.
\ew  Westminster, B. C.
Each tender mus.t 'ae accompanied
by an accepte 1 cheque on a chartej-ed
bank iu favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the interior, for the
amount of t'ae bonus which tho appll
cant is prepared to pay for a license
Xo tender bj telegr iph will be entertained.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, August 25th, 1906.
Stallion, 1  year and   under  2���1.  J. I;.   shannon Bros.
11. Watson. AH   other   in\zei   were  taken   bv
Brood mare. 3 years and upwards���   shannon Bros _ cloverdale
1. .!. T. & .]. H. Wilkinson;  2. H. Lee, I e   ��� ,,
��������� ^^H Suffolks.
Armstrong;  3, .1. Cameron, Sapperton.
Foal of 1906, filly���I, .1. T & J. H.
Wilkinson; 2. J. Cameron; 3, J. T. &
.1. H.  Wilkinson.
Thoroughbred   Horses.
Stallion, :i years and upwards���1, J.
H. Ramey, Vancouver; 2, H, F. Stewart,   Vancouver.
Brood mare. 3 years and upwards���
1. .!.  Bottger.
Stallion, 2 years or over���1, Hadwen & Cathcart; 2, C. Kinnebury, Calgary.
Stallion, 2 years and under 3���1, T.
Mercer, Markdale.
Mare. 3 years and over ��� 1, J. A.
Championship Hackney Standard-bred
Thoroughbred and Coach.
Stallion, any age ��� I. Hadwen &
Mare, any age ���I. Hadwen i_ Cathcart.
Gei of 1 sire, :; animals, either sex,
any aged, registered���1, ,1. T. & J. H.
Wilkinson; 2, .1. H. Watson.
General  Purpose.
Team geldings or mares,
All   prizes   were    taken    by  James
Thompson, Sar ii.-.
All prizes were taken by J. T. Maynard, Chilliwack.
Tunis Sheep.
All prizes  were  taken  by  VS. Grimmer, Pender Island.
Fat Sheep.
Wether, shearling���1, J. Thompson.
Kwe, shearling���1. J, Thompson;   2.
J, T. & .1. H. Wilkinson.
Wether, lamb���1, J. Thompson.
Ewe, lamb���1, J. Thompson
(Continued on Page Three.)
ti vehicle���I, 11. M. Vasey, Ladner.
Mare or gelding, any ag -1 and
H.  M.  Vasey.
Agricultural   Horses.
Broo 1   marc   with   foal   bj   si le
P mberton Stock Farm; 2, A. Ho
i'm iltlam.
Three-year-ol I   gi   	
I'eml erton Stoi ,   Fai m; 2, A. II iy.
Two-year-old   gel ling   oi   lil        -  l
i aiberton Stock Farm;  2, A, il-ty.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age. to
[n harness   the  extent  of one-quarter section  of
160 acres, more or less
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
1 form the conditions connected there-
'��� with under one of the following plans.
(i) At  least  six  months'  residence
upon  and  cultivation  of the  hnd   in
each year for three years.
(2) ll the father (or mother, if the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_     i father is deceased) of the homesteader
Foal of 1906- 1, A. Hoy, .-. : 2. Pem-  resides  upon  a  farm  in  the  vicinity
��� in Stock  Farm, of the land  entered  for  the require-
Team  of  geldings  oi   mares   to be   ments as to residence may be satisfied
shown   to   wagon-l.  L.  Williams;   2, j by such person residing with tiie  fa
Pemberton Stock Farm.
^^^^^^^ Clydesdales.    ^^^^^^^
Stallion, I j   u    md   ipw.i   Is���1, J,
I oy mm in  uie vicinity ot ms  nome-
Smlth, Brandon;  2, Ch      .ac    Horse     '   .  ..     _    . .J .,
stead, the requirements as to residence
ther or mother.      ^^^^^^^^^^^
(,}) If the settler has his permanent
residence  upon   farming  land   owned
by him  in  the vicinity of his  home
Bree lers' As- ii I ttlon;
Stallion, 3 years and    ad
Smith:   .'    Pi m  ei I in  SI ii
I  A. Evans, Chilli iva
Sl i   inn   2 yeai s and un li
Mercer; 2, J. A, Tm ner; 3,
Stallion, 1  j ear and  un :'
Turner; 2, 11. M. Vasej
M    i .
��� til
Stallion,   foal   of 1906���1,  Shannon I J""
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
the said land
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do-
I minion Land- at Ottawa of intention
_j   -|-   to "bpply for patent.
Mercer.' W.W.CORY.
��� Deputy Minister  of the  Interior.
-     ���     ,    N.  B.���Unauthorized publication  of
this  advertisement  will  not he  paid
Take notice tha'. application has
been made to register E. M. Carucross
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation of
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Churchland bearing date the Oth
day of June, A. D, 1903, of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises .situate, lying
and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots 6, 7, S, 9, 17
and IS Block 25, Lots 15, 16, 17, IS,
19 Block 40 being parts of South West
quarter of Section 6, Township 7, also
Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, Block 40 being parts
of South West quarter Section 6,
Township 7, N'ew* Westminster District.
You and each of you are required
i to contest the claim of the tax pur-
j chaser within forty-five days from the
��� date of the first publication of this
notice, and in default of a caveat or
' certificate of lis pendens being filed!
within  such  period,  or ln default of;
redemption     before     registration,    I
1 shall   register   E.   M.   Carncross,   as
owner  thereof in  fee.     [  direct that
' the publication of thia notice for one
month in a daily newspaper publishe 1
in   New   Westminster   will   be   good
and sufficient service hereof.
Bated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 24th day of August
A   D., 1906.
C.   S   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To H. Vilandre, Daniel    J.   Munn,
George F. Risteen and William Thiba-
Al*. persons served with this notice, and those cla.ming through or
r:i ler them, and all persons claiming
any interest ia the said land hy virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
ail persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or In respect
of the said Lind so sold for taxes as
provided by the ''Land Registry Act." I
Notice Is im.cay given that 30 days
i ,-������ I Intend to nuke application  ti  the   Honorable    the    Chief
��� missl mer of Lands and Works,
for special license to cut and carry
av lj timber from the following de-
scrlbed '.ani-. situated north east of
Pitt lake, No.  Westminster, District.
1. Commencing at a stake plante I on
the Boundary line of Dominion lands
'hence north 100 chains, thence west
0" chains, thence south 100 chains to
sail boundary line, thence east along
-iii line tlO chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing al a stake planted
lu chains north of Post No. 1, thence
.east 120 chains, ihence north 80
chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 80
chains to line of location No. 1,
thence south hi chains to point of
.1. R. SHARPE,
811 ced September 6th, 1906.
It,- lot 9, subdh      ii '���' ���  2", 21
an I :"_. - : mr ian bl n S 6, N'i w Wes!
mlnstei    Ity,
Wherea s proof of the lo - of certificate   il        e nun _$45a, issued   a
...  aame  of  ."���       N'i   ton   ha
file I In I    .Office,
Notii ������ is herebj given that I ab ill,
at the expin tl in of one month from
' he late of the in sl publli ation here-
if, Issue a luplicate of sai I certfft-
cate, unless in the meantime valid
ohje tion e m ��� le to me in writing
c. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Reglstr ir of Titles
Land   Registrj    Office,   New  Westminster, B.C., S--;,-. 2S, 1 ;
S al e notii
! een  made   to   i
-:���!.. as I be  iwm
a  tax  sale   lee
William Cassl Ij .    ,
d.iy of November, A.D
Blngular thai certain
"'   land  ami   premise,
and being   in  the
Westminster, In the
lsb Columbia, more
and   described   as
and  in of block  15,
385, group i. map u     ,     ',
Bter District.
Vou and  each  ol
to contest  the <. i
chaser within l'n I    I
date   of   the   first   pub!
notice upon you, an i
caveat or certificate oi
ing filed within -a,'.
fault  of redemption
tlon, you will be I
di barred   from   setting
to or In respect of thi      14 ^j
I   shall   register   Wi
iWIUT   thereof    ip
state  thai   pu >lli a
in a daily  new
will  be  good
Dated al  thi   :. 1
New Westminster, p
C il imbl i.   'iii-   22i
A.D. 1906.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers  in  the
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
R. J.   SROTT,  B..A.,   Principal.
H. A.  SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
Westminster Iron Works
SHIP SMfTHINO, mam,., and
Ornamental   iron   worn,   tncin-iing
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence ln
New Westminster. p. u. 474.
Bro. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Brood mare, S, years ani upwards���
I, .1. A. Turner; 2, T. Mercer; 3, Pemberton   Stock   Farm.
Filly, 2 years and under 3���1, 2 aud
3, .las. Smith
Filly, 1 year and under 2���1, J. A.
Turner; 2, H. M, Vasej; ':, .1. A. Turner.
Filly, toal of 1 inn;���1, H. M   Vasey.
Suffolk   Punch  Horses.
Stallion, 3 years and upwards���1, A.
C  Galbraith & Son. Brandon.
English   Shires.
Stallion, :l year., and upwards ��� 1, (I.
Stallion, 2 years and under :; ���1, T,
Brood mare, .'i years and upwards -
1, W. A. Anderson. Agassiz.
Filly, 2 years and uu ler 3���1, W. A.
"filly, 1 year and un ler 2���W, A.
An lerson.
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 Ross-
. land, Nelson and intermediate points
'connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-
idian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage c'lily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
g.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m.
040 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane   ....7.15 p.m.
...Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson  6.45 p.m.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street^
B.C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAV,   Proprietor
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Tablets, Tombstones Etc.   i
Write for prices.
New  Westminster.  B.  C.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally i NEW Dall;
Leave   WESTMINSTER! Arrlv-a
!i:.-0.-im Mln'iie.   Me|!i"--'- ::;i"i pin
4;.;.", pm ham      Burling- 9:S..*.pm
'ton,    Mc    Ver-'
[non,     Everett
Seattle        and
4:36 pm Spokane,       St.J3:''0 pm
(Paul    and    all
points East.
9.20 aui'.Anacortes, 3:00 pm
IWoolley,     and
3:00 pm Vancouver |9:2(inin
9:65 pm| |4:35 pm
Lv. New Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar, Guichon
0   p.   m.,    Mon lay,   Wednes la; .
S: 15 a m ar. from Ouichon,
9:30 a. 111. Lv. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg,  Duluth,  Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete Information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YKRKI.S. A. fi. P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
T 1 ,:ii\\ AKfi ,\   Pi 1 *
In the Supreme Court of Bfiti.li Coin;
la : ie matter ol  the S
AC. and   in t ::������ :.
terests  of  Ben  iniii
lu'th Margaiet Gui ���   .
nlson (lunn, in: ini       the Esa
of .lime- Gunn,
1', suanl to in der
Mr. Justice  Morris 1.
a idres ied to .1. .1. Cai .
Registrar of the Supren    C lurt.SI
Westminster, w 111 be re  'I .-1 .
up  10 Saturd iy,  Sth ���: ,     if 0
1906, for lhe pur base
Ing properties:
fa) Subdivision tw 1 1.
seven    1 )7i    In   block   fi ���������  ���'
Westminster -uiburb-.
ib) Subdivision   el thfeei
lot ten (10), block th tie 'ti 113i, ^
Westminster suburbs
(c)  Lots six   (61  an I   nin
In   block   five   (5),    pa      ol
group one  1I1. to vi ���;   if Per- Mool'l
id) The  southwest   quarte
tion twenty-flve 125 . In I >wn u
teen 116), New Wesl min fei cl
ie 1 Tie-  northwest  q   1
tlon  lit"-een   Mai,  in  township ���
(Hi. New  Westmlnste    llstrl
Sail tenders to   ;->
a deposit of 5 ; er cent, ol
tendere l
Solicitor for the Estal       ' i
Gunn, decease i.
fourth Street Sewer AsstssB
Tare     Police     | !,;r     |   a      I
���    I]   '���':   a I    V    n lal.   Ht   '   ;
'   ier, lam;, a    I	
noon,   at   the   Cii-    Hall    Men      I
minster, as a time a:, 1 pi u ��� I
in-: a Court   of  Revlslo
lis ag iim-: a   essmei
���le- . ro.     m    of ';
ment By-law.
W.   A.   DUNCAN   I
Cltj iiay. s, it. ip:. 190(1
Fool ol' uh Ave.   Cor. 16th -i'^^B
Now Westminster, B. li.
All kinds of Shi] E'\
Ship and Scow Buildili
a specialty.
Estimates promptly !*|
nished. \
24 Elfjlitii St.. New H'i!.s!ir,i!i:;^. L|
Transfer Co|
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia b;.
Bnggage delivered    prompt)! "' "
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Han!1'1
Office 'Phone 186.       Harr  r'���'""��� TUI��D
AY*, OCT. 9, 1906.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.   G.   DAWSON, Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver.
Ice   Cream  Sodas,
Sweets, Fruits, Etc
imbia Street
Next to Tram Office
Souvenirs of tne City;
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery
Booisellers and Stationers
���__���,.,. ... ,. n ���       _���������       ��� ���   I 11.1 I,      ||
& T. Dick's Old Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
te Old Country Boot Store
-'��-* 1 Columbia Street
New Westminster.
orthern Pacific!
Triiins Daily
l ravel on the Famous
tric-lighti il train.    Low Rates,
lime, Excellent Service.
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
famshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
j puints,
ll.il   Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
'r*> to  Southern  California.
a informtion call on or write
��� E, LANG, General Agent,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
land, (ir,- A. G.    A
he White Pass
id Yukon Route
[ITE   HORSE,    DAWSON   and I
IRBANKS.     Daily   trains   (except
carrying   passengers,   mail,
fr a   and   freight   connect   with
I - ;'t Carcross and White Horse.!
ptaming a through winter service
3t information apply to
"���  ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
Eight Trains Every Day -.n the Vear
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest   and best ideas I
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted  with
both   electricity   and   gas.   the   most,
brilliantly    illuminated   train    in   the i
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
1 t6  section   sleepers,   luxurious  dining
car. reclining chair  cars  (seats  free),
modern   day   coaches   and   bullet,   li-
br.-irv and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information  call  on  or   write
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Trains & Steamers
C. P. ... MAIN* LINK.
Leave  .New  Westminster 7.25 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive   N\w   Westminster  10.30  daily.
'Arrive New  Westminster 19.10 daily.
Lv. N.'W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,   10.3d,   19.10,  20.20.
Lv. New Westminster C.30 a. m.
Lv. N. VV. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 3 p, m. aDd 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.-1'Oi.T GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guicixjn
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
.:40 ji m. and C p. in.
Mondays only.
I.v. New Westminster 5.50. 0.50, 1J
. and . a. ni., and ev^ry half hour there-
afteT till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
came hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
Prom N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. K a.m.
From  Chwk.  Tu., Th.,  Sat.,  7  a.m.
i Ramona���
From N.  W. In., Th., Sat. S a.m.
Prom Chwk. Sun., Wed., Pri., 7 a.m.
Prom N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
_ p.m.;  Sat ui,lay, 2 p m.
Add. trip. Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
From N.W., Wed. end Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.      Received
Seattle, via Suuius.lti pm.       8.20 p.m.
Sap'n 0. Millside. .10,0(1 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouvei- 10.00 p.m.   'I.OO a.m.
Cloverdale,   Blaine,
Seattle, etc., .. 8.45a.m, 3,30p.m
Van.  &.  Ceni.   l'arl....In. 10 a.m.    2 p.m
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m
Bast Burnahy  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. in.::nn.m
East, via c. P. R...4.4B pm. 7.10 p.m.
Last, via C. P. P...10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'ni. .4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnahy..8.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timlierlaiiil, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.   12.00 m.
NEW      WEST.',!
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Wi -
on Wednesday and
minster at i a, m.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
Tth, 19th and 20th of each mouth foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
nt each month for Cape Scott and way-
points including Quatsino.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster   on   Mon
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
end   Friday   at   3    p.m. and   Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon-
lay at 5 a. m.
Leaves Stevestou Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a.  m.;   Friday at 6 a. m. additions:!
I trip Saturday 5 p. m.
8. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
L/eaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday aod Saturdays, calling at
landings b. tween New Westminster
aod Chilliwack,
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at '_ p. m., 2nd
_Ed 16th of each month, failing at
Skldegate on first trip and Bt'.la Coola
ren second trip. Time on arrival and
.-epart'ire  a.-e  approximate.
For reservations and Information
eall or address
Agent, New Westminster.
A.����t<t. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Oen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New   W. stmlnstpr
(Continued from Page Two.)
Al) piIzi -   .m;c taken by \V. :.'.   '
I      al  o, Sai lis
over ii and under
2, Shan-
1, A. C. Wells & Sun, Sardls
non Bros.
All   oiler  prizes  taken   by Sham
Bros,, Cloverdale.
Poland China.
Boar, 3 years and over    i
Le Nevln, Duncans,
Boar, over 0 and tinder 12
1, Irvine & Le Nevin.
Sow, 3 years and over���1
Le  Nevin.
Sow. over li
i I: vine <t I.i
Si w. over 3
1 and 3, 11-vin,
Irvine ii
;it!. Vancouver), for the besl exhibit
un ler  Di.Ision   I!     Pembroke   Stock
Special prize presented by the
Cl desdale Horse Association (secre-
taiy, II. Wade. Toronto), tor the best
Clydesdale Btallion on exhibition���T.
Mercer, Markdale
S] eclal prize presented by E, G.
Prior & Co., of Vieloria. Vancouver
and Kamloops. [or besl team of agricultural liorses, ill harness lo vehicle,
owned by li- c. farmers���Pemberton
Stock Farm.
Best driving horse, In harness, It.
c   farmers only���J. W. Hollinshead.
Irvine &.
ind under 12 months���
Nevin;   2,  W. N.  B tumid  under 6  month
A: Le Nevin; 3, W. N.
1 and 2
, Nevin.
any age
Having bought oul the Blacksmith-
Ing business of K. H, Benson, I will
bi please I to see all his old customers, as well as new ones. Horseshoeing a specialty.
Eighth  Street,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia Coast Line
(Subject to change witnout   notice.)
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept.    llltll.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. I3th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Sept. 23rd.
Princess May    leaves    Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct. 4th.
Princess    May    leaves    Vancouver,
Oct  12th.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at 1  p.  in.
Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pionr-r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South "West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No train, in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. .They
own and operate their.own sleeping
and dining cars on alll thtir trains and
give their patrons an excellence oi
service not obtainable wJsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent,
nt Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.
boar and t wo sow
Irvine .. Le Nevin.
any uj,e���Diploma, Irvine & Le
my age -Diploma, Irvine & l.e
Chester  Whites.
Boar, 2 years and over���1, Q, E.
Knight;  2, W, K. Austin, Sapperton.
Boar, 1 year and under 3���1, W. Ft,
Boar, over (', and under 12 months
��� l. W. H. Austin.
Hoar,  over 3 aud  under 6 months���
I. G. '���:. Knight; 2. W. Ic. Austin,
Sow, 3 years and over���1 and 2, W.
R   Austin.
Sow, I year and under 2-1 and 2,
i.i. l*. Knight; 3, w. R. Austin.
Sow. over .", and under 6 months 1,
32 and 3, G. 1_, Knight
Herd, hoar and 2 sows, any age 1,
(I. E, Knight; 2, W. It. Austin.
age ���   Diploma,
age        Diploma,
��� ar  and   uni
O.   B.
O.   E.
Bi ai
All i ther prizes ami diploma
by Joseph Thompson,
All prizes and diploma taken I
M.  Bi nfi rd.
All Jersey, Duroc and Essex prizes
by ,1    T.  Maynard. Chilli
er 2���1,   11.
were taken
special   prize   presented   by
Welsh, Nen Westminster, prist
come the property   of  the
upon winning It  two   years
0,  A
to   be
fi .
v due
exhibil of shorthorns, .-liver cu;
��2..���ii. M, Vase:,
special prize presented by Messrs,
P W. Kilis ._ Co.. Toronto, for the
best exhibit under Division A. silver
' up, value $:;,    a, C.  Wells .t Son.
To the winner of the Brst prize, for
herd    of    Ihree    COWS,    open    to   an..
breeds,   giving   most   butter   fat, as
shown   by   Babcock   test,  during is
hours of Exhibition, one feed and iii
ter carrier, am
everything complete to liana, lie-
value $-10���11.  Bonsall.
���   Horses.
The committee recently appointed by thc French minister of public
instruct! in to examine the claims
of candidates for the Bourse Na-
kionalc da Voyages Litteraires and
award the traveling scholarship,
worth $600, has unearthed a new
poet. He is M. Abel Bonnard, aged
twenty-one, concerning whom tho
committee opines "the world will
heur much."
M. Bonnard won the scholarship
bv his volume of verse. "Les Fniui-
Ueres/'descriptiveof nature, pasl oral
life and animals.   The new poet has
been bracketed with Abbe  Delille,
a famous versifier, who translated
Virgil and Milton, and witli La Foi
taino,   the  author  of  tlio   fabli
He lias ul. o ii good deal in comn    -
with George Rodcnback, the sin
of "Bruges lo Mono." who did
few years ago in Paris.   The c
lnittee which  has chosen th<*
poet had to grapple with 257
auctions in prose and verse.    '
of the first places to be visited
M.   Boiitiard   when  he  receives  1.
$600 ia England, .��.��� ffff\
_         -^j
Seeing New York. ,
Among the group of mei. whrr
come to Now York every few
months from Charlotte, N. 0., partly on business and partly on pleasure is a lieutenant of the Bumblebee rifles, a militia organization of
some repute in the Tar Heel State.
Not long ago one of the friends of
tbe lieutenant, meeting lum at a
Broadway hotel, proposed a trip to
tbe polo grounds to see q ball game.
"When-  are   the  grounds?"  in-
quired the North < !arolinian,
"At One Hundred and Fifty fifth
street," was the reply.
"Say. you don't mean to tell me
this town has grown to be as big
as thai ?" the \ isitor exclaimed,
"I've been coming here ever} few
months for ten years, and onl)
year i thing was woods oorth i f
i    ��� i   >."
[t developci e lii itenanl
had ta ;en n wi .enth a. en ie
and upon tret   of < lenl r .1
park had di   ded      wa - ut thc e   '.
of civilizatii i      N- it York Po '���
A  Remarkable Spring.
One   "i   the   mosl    remarkable
springs in tho . i ays J. A. Ed-
i!     n thc Engini iring and Mm::, ;
Jourt n     illy been di n ���
ered in Nev Mexii o,   li is literally
1 'eel of track, with j a i   odium Bill
ime,  phate,   Dii tilled water weighs eight
and  one-th rd  pounds per gallon;
.   the waic;- ni this Bpring weighs ten
Special   prize   presented by   II.   Dal    and   two-thirds  pii'.nnl-.    The   Iem
las iieimcken, victoria, for the besi perature of the Bpring is a little over
draught    horse   on    exhibition,    .my 110  degrees   I-'.     As  the saturated
breed, age or sex,   silver cup   ,i. a. liquid overflows nnd cools it forms
Hunter. a crystalline mass liko ice, which in
Special prize presenied by the Jas. the course of ages has spread into
Smarl Manufacturing Co., Brockville,! a snow white bed of solid sodium
Onl , through their agents, Messrs. T. salts miles iti extent and as level as
J   Trapp & Co., New Westminster), a hike.   The, wasm brine, Mr. Eddy
Ite beal lady driver  r  Purness' reports, is inhabited by a minute
e, driven by Mrs. Patterson. shrimp like organism, and a species
S] ��� cial prize presenied by the Hud- ��f l)lll:i! ls :'"'::il1 .rowing in the dry
Bay Co, oi. T, Lockyer, man-
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Editorial   office       17
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TUESDAY,  OCT. 9, 1905.
A    e    ,.'i ..   l'i , .  0   awa   gives  an
accoun   of 1 he r< ci umieii  a ii u    1
i y  tiie 'fisher,   com   .      ..  iu its  in
ti rim ie.,,111 which pul   the matter in
a   differenl   lighl   from   the   -    :.    .
bad a  week or an ago from a Sea tie
paper.    This   time   we   are   told   that
the commis ion ha.   nol  recomnien le i
the closing of ihe river above the railway   and  traffic   bridge  at   this   ci    .
bui has confined itsell to some recommendations   about   length   and   depth
of nets,   wiih.  perhaps,   some  "minor
changes" in the close time.
This seems a more probable story
M'.an ihe first; Imt i; leaves a difficulty. Those who followed tlie evidence can well understand thai ihe
commission could not recommend the
closing of the river above Ihe bridge;
such a recommendation would have
been scandalous in the face of ihe
testimony given; but the Americans
wanted the river closed there���or at.
least that was commonly understood
in Uie time���and the Seattle paper to
which we have referred spoke of the
decision of the commission as "a victory for the Americans." While the
Daily News is satisfied that the details of the Seattle story were wrong
(Mr. Babcock, of the Canadian commission, told the Colonist that they
were all wrong), it knows enough of
the ways of interviewers to lie also
Tiiisfied that the said paper was not
speaking without warrant when it
used the phrase "a victory for the
Americans." The natural conclusion
i:- that, while the paper failed to ob- ���
lain de ails, it was told that the American commissioners were satisfied, or
more than satisfied; and if that conclusion is correct, it would follow, of
1 curse, ihat there must be more in
theso "minor changes" than appear.-.
.1 the surface.
Tlie.   Columbian hal  an  article yes-'
terday,   commenting  on the despatch,
in    which    il   repeats    the   advice   we
gave a  weede ago. viz.. that  Ilie people
In re  should  1101   neglect  the  matter;
sa.   far  we  quite  agree  wilh   lbe  even-
Ing paper, but it is a pity thai is cannol gel away from personal grudges
ia the discussion ni' public matters.
Those who are '-on to its curves"���
how api these slang phrase- are
sometimes!���would know quite well
whal ihe extraordinary convolutions
of the trtlcli refi rre I to were intend-
' 1 to convey; but to one Ignoranl of
thi sal ! curves the certainly woul 1
seem ; 1 !:: llcate an attack el' mi nl '
tain  i.e.-  position   as  tl        ...:,...��� iraI
mai: of 'lie lower mainlan .
Tiie Globe, writing of be 1 mf r-
oci ������  01' provincial   premiei .   the
Ottawa cabinet, which began yesterday at Ottawa, rather throw.- cold
ter an ihe proposal :���> increa se i;
subsidies; bui bas nothing definite to
urge except the advice to make haste
slowly, it is quite of opinion 'ha' occasional conferences ma ie ���������'. useful ''in thinks 'be. si 1 mid ��� le. ited
ii.   tie-   matter  <>(   pi ep 11 ia-  amen 1-
��� 1. - in ihe constitution, -.-,hich, I 9-
ing made after full discuss! in an 1
consideration, would remove causes nf
China   Protests.
iv ,': .   I ic .   v     ''hi', 1    ha- le. led
1.1  the   international 11      f   ; he
li legi iphic adniinisi ratioi a Bi rne,
S . Itzei 1 in i. againsl Ja lan's continue 1 cen roi of the telegt iph lines In
Manchuria, an 1 asserting thai I he
operation of the cable from Port
Mela;, tn Japan is a \ iolation b la ian
of her forme: agreei lent on the sub-
:������ ct.
Shooting Case  Dismissed.
'; hi   case of King vs. An    In
before the Hon. W. Norman B   e yes-
n   daj   forenoon   and   was   dismi sed.
Austin was accused  of  attempting   to
.-boo;   his neighbor,  William  Davison,
seme time ago. because he had started
a lire 111 a point nol far from his (Austin's)    properly.     After    hearing    the
evidence, his honor dismissed the case
on  account of there not   being sufficient   evidence   for  a   conviction.     D.
Cl. McQuarrie appeared for the crown
and W. .1. Whiteside for the defence.
The Vernon fire brigade hand will
return home this morning, after having spent what they describe as a
rattling good time in this city. They
express themselves satisfied with the
way they have been 'treated, and
promise to make an effort to return
again next year if it is possible. A
few of the players will not return -
home to-day, as they have gone over
to Victoria to spend a few days with
Robert   Millar    was    sentenced    to
fourteen months' imprisonment in the '
provincial  jail  at  yesterday's   sitting!
of the police court.    Millar  was con-j
victed   of  having  stolen  certain  arti-,
cles  of  clothing  from   a  Belllngham
man, and as he has an unenviable record, and had been convicted of vagrancy only   a   few clays   ago   and   or- [
ilered to leave this city, he was given
lhe   above   sliff  sentence,   this   being
probably   considered   to   be   tiie   only I
way to secure his good  behaviour fori
anv length of timi?. j
'i'he production of Parsifal at the
opera house on Mon lay nexl ma. I ������
considered the most Important event
in the dramatic history of the city.
Through the enterprise of Messrs.
Martin and Emery, under whose auspices the greal festival play will ' 1
presented, the principal cities throughout t'p.e country are given the opp ir-
titnity of witnessing -his masterpiece
of literature  which   the  ablest  citie3
������'  the   easl   have  pronounced   '-.   all Hon are    if   remarkable   beauty,   and Emery,   bj   having   1
respects    leserving   of serious  atten- that it is in all respects the m  sl     mi presented  in  Engll
tion and 'he sinceresi  commendation del         ���    .-���������:. outside   of ''.<������  -it-   i plant i: to our soil, a
'.''li'-a Herr Conried gave Parsifal al ills. sentation ma;., thi
the   Metropolitan   opera   house,   N*-.. Herr (   urie i's    spectacle   ma      be a new era ia our   c
York,   he   had  -lie   advantage  of 'he more    :. exact   compliance   with   the with, tlii.- most diff'ici
largest   and   most    complete  s'n_:>' in festival conditions which surround the dramas  adequateh   j
:!;���-  United   States,  and  his task  was production  al   the   Beyruth   'temple," and  male gucce   ifu
, mi  aratively     easy    ca::;   :;���-���:      ���> bul It nevertheless remains a foreign son   whj   anj   n'S
Messrs.  Martin ani Emery's.    Bul  all .vnrk,      tth in  language ani  there- pieces of llteratun
admit that the settings of this produc- .'rei:. - :        But Messrs. Martin and llarlj  treated
a 1   1
:.- ���;
'   ���
:   '
W.  R. Gilley, 't-'hon-s i-��-l.
J    R.   GOley.  '.non.   1 * >���
I   U/lilTKSIDE &  EDMONDS, Barris
���     "      ters aud solicitors. Blackie Blk.,
in.    Visiting brethren  11 i coi
Invited   to attend.    !���;.  1.   M   .
w . M.. .1. Humphries  it- ��� 81
Columbia   street,
W. J,  Whiteside
New   Westminster.
H. 1.. Edmonds.
lieaier*  in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents u. (J. r'otterj Co. sewei   pipe, <������ 1
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R, Depot   |
{      IWli.   I.   I'   HAMPTON   I'd)!.I*..   - illcl
I     "*   tor of the supreme court. Office.
Canadian Hank of Commerce build
on., Columbia sireei, opposite post
ifflce N'ew Westminster. Money '
���Phone 1-.
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, beoa i i
Evi rytliinp is Clean
Everything is Well Cooki d
Everything is f r in pti; Served
. OST���>\ Id     van  safet.   pin  brooch,
i. exhibil lon -:��� >und - or on Qi r.s
��� enue,    el ��� ',en    Thir I   an
barristers, solicitors, etc. Of
fires: N'ew Westminster, Trapp Bi.c.
come'- Clarkson and Lorne streets
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 145 Gran
.lite si reet, .1 iseph Martin, K. C, .
W. Wen, W. (I. McQuarrle, 11. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl ba in tho
Westminster iffices every Friday af
O.  C.   F.���AMITY   LODGE.. Nc'
The regular meetings -
are held In Odd fell ��� "��� ���
bla si re,-;. ei er ��� Mori I
at 8 o'clock. Visiting
diallv Invited to aitend. S
N. <;.;   w. c. Coatham, R
���Meetings the flrsl an I
day    in     each     month.       ^'"l
brethren cordially Invited tn i"f|
Lodge room. a. ii. r. .
fellow..'   block,   Cl
3. Corrlg in, r  dei     ;.
master workman.
ti tets.     Find ���-    ilea   ���
: ill.  New - i Efii e.
HOWAY.  REID  i:   HOWES,   Barrta
ters.    Solicitors,    etc.,    4_     l.n.ae
o o te '' uu; li mse, N'ew
W'e tm aster A. Whe il'.e ', P.O. Box
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND, 3
Red Rose Degree mi ets S
Fourth  Wednesday of ���
in   K.  of   P.   Hall,  Col
R p, in.. White Roi .-I'
Wednesday    In   each nan
time   ind  > lace,    V'i
cordl illj     Invited.      E   '
combe, Pros., IT. Disi       -
ST   ���   In a ue-
.e ���:. In i : 'trial a . I ". im m's build-1 -.
... .    . . P I2URGE K. MAR I I.N, Barrl iter and
I ��*atch,    I cart. -1|    s���li(.ilnl, r,U|chon   block,  Colum
"'��� :-      I la and McKenzle streets, New West
a n .toi. li. C,
In   ���
li rda .
ii   woa,
evievi ol the e> hlbltl n j es
n niai ke i In passing thai
be well to have dlstrli i (or
city) exhibits ol manufacturing Industry as well as those of agriculture
and Its cognate pursuits, Quite i
number of our manufacturing establishments had no exhibits al all; and
Hu' "Made in New Westminster" fe it-
ure was hardly prominent in any case.
This seems to iis to be a mistake, We
1:111 repeat the Impression of visitors
When we say thai we have here, in
��� he city ami its Immediate vicinity, a
most favorable site for manufacturing
Irdustrii s, ami the Importance of thai
facd cannoi Veil be overestimated. I
Nor in e I New Wesl minster be afraid
i" challenge comparison. Though in
population she ranks third among the
coast   cities   Of   the   Province,   and   in
the mailer of numbers is still a long
way behind her Immediate neighbor,
it is quite certain that, in comparison
with her numbers, she is easily first
as a manufacturing center. "Nothing
succeeds like success." and New
Westminster should neglecl no opportunity to show thai she is ti success
as a good place in which lo carry on
those Industrial enterprises which'
give strength and solidity, and which
will enable her the more surely to re-
Merchants' Lunch
Full Course, Including Coffi i w il I
I'ream,        -       - 35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
.      ���'   - -   ' -:-
please coram  ah -       with
Mrs.              i i        Harrison      Hoi
���Mi  ������������  ���! (>   Fi urth   F '
month   al   i   n     ick,
hall.   Oddfellows'
I rei:   en are coi II
lend.    ,1.   B.   Rushton
Maxwell, R, S.
'���fl JK     ''-.'���'     '      '    V-_ w��
I m   fi  '-V���*;:'   . %
(,oi d Tea, Coffee, Steaks our S] ecialties
Short ('i-iicrs Quickly Served,
i"raj>]> Block,
Columbia St.
���ro] rletress,
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Telephone A18.  or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
Played   by   a   Select   Company   cf
For the ��� mvenle ice of "Parsifal"
patrons, the form ��r i uie of commencing i be evening ; ei. irmancea at 5.30
and giving a. two-ho ir dinner lltter-
misslon has been done away with.
During this engagemenl the curtain
will rise at T.I". ehar i I arriagss n i
be ordered al ll p.m, Auditors must
'ie in their se_t3 at rise of first curtain, as no one will be seated during
the action of the clay.
PRICFS-SCc to $2.00
Tickets   ordered    by    mail   will    be
promptly     forwarded    on      receipt      of
::. mey order and self-addressed enve-
Soi  s on sale .,.  Ryall's Drug SI ne,
SEALED TENDERS a hire-.-;, i "in-
spectors ol Penitentiaries, Ottawa,"
and endorsed "Tendei. for Fl lur,"
will be receive I until Mon la; , 22nd
October, Inelusl. e, from pari \ei ile.ii
ous ol con' rae In . E ir the i ipp j ol
flour :' ir twelve i lontha endli . i it
Octobei. 1907, : ir I he un lo.nienl I
penitentiaries, nan.- ly:
Kingston Penitentiary.
St, Vim enl de Paul Penitentl iry.
Don I. '.--er Penitentiary.
Maui;.' i Penitentiary,
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Albert i Penil - iti iry, Edmonton, Al-1
I erta.
Forms of tender and Information as
io form of contracl will be furnished
on application to the Wardens of the
Penitenl larleB,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries,
Dopa ti enl of Justice,
Ottawa, Oc tober Sth, 1906,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New   Wc  tmin
stei   I! iard  of Ti nde n      In  tin
Boar I Room, Cltj  11 11, as I ill
Sei ond   Wedne dav ol .each  ni
11 iurti  I;   ru       on  tl n
Wedne  l.;     of     Fe! niary,    .*'
.' ,.... i. in!    . ai  '   ;   *
,\ ial  u ��� et Ing ,     m    Hie    se   i
\\, dnesd i;     of     February.      Ni ���
membei _   ni iy   bt   proposed   ami
elected al any monthly or quartei
meeting.   A. K. Wht'e. Sec.
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. <&. A. M
���The regular meeting of i tills  held  OU   the   First   Wednesda'    I)
each month, at  S o'clock  p,  m.   li  j
the  Masonic   Temple.    Sojournlru
brethren are cordially Invited io h
tend,      Dr. W. A   DeWoli   -
KING SOLOMON LODGE, ��"0 17. ,\ j
P. At A. M.���Regular ce> tui'inn . >
tlons of this lodge are hold on Ui. j
second Tuesday In en. 'i month It
Masonic Temple, al s i ��� m '-'J': I
lng brethren are ordhilh Invitpi
io attend,   i>  xv. (lib hrlst., :-������,
A. O.  F. -The ri
this Lod ���" are hei
and Fourth Tuesda
ul S p. I.. In lhe Odd
N'i Itlng   Brethn n   nre
vited i" ol tend    I    i
V.   P.   MaXWI 11,   See.
PERANCE  ii I    e\
Bl   8  o'clock   p.  n,..  In I
Hall.   Columbin
Brethren are cordlnll ���   J
tend, Geo, Burr, S, C.l ���<'��� " ' \
Grand Trunk Rj
Excellent Train Service ;-'lv
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, T< ^\
Montreal, Quebec,
40YAL   CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.-ir''.
I<,   |i.   K,   of   I.,   meel.-.   second   aln'
fourth  Friday  of eai h  month,  at   >
p.   in,,   iii   Orange   hall,   cm nei   n
Royal avenue and .lohn sirnm..    S
tournliu',   Sit'   Knl'-'hls   coi'dlnllv    '
vile,I in ntteud.    W.  I".  Ii'inl-ii,.  W
!���.:   I-;. K. Matthias, Res
��� Meets in Orange h'lll ii-^i him
third Fridaj In each month tii  .  ;
Portland, uo��
And all the principal busi) ���     ' i(,l
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami '���;''51
TIME I'ROVlNi :���*       ,
' ... ,.   BUFFALO, NT--
I'..;'   ��� Dl LPHIA,   ' iu   v
.-   rime ' il les, <��� '
i-yyr:i    w    M ,\    '���
Aoflisttuit Gen'l Passon.       ''', <l
A>rent, W3 Adums St,, ' ! TUESDAY.
OCT. 9, 1906.
THE CASH STORE Local News Briefly Told
N K..
��� .
I        'V.eyC'417-
WOOL  WAISTS   form   an In
,:   women.    Thi wai m  and I eall
e prei     a    .    :
a    ���    . . ���   .     ien witl
if i      rings.    T
nd en 	
i som    ���.    5   a".    tive goi   ���> in
-ORIENT" CLOTH, a mix ..    d an
ed, in green    ad pale ,vith hair strii-es.. ,75c per yard
vVOOLALONE"   and   all  W
and other shades, plain     id  :  i      50c per yard
WOOL   CHALLIES   AND   LUSTRES   ,vith lots  an ;
iiits, in white and  colors 65c and 50c r.er yard
Several hundred yards of N'ovelt; Waistings, Including French
Flannels, Delaiiu-s, Embroidered Albatross, etc., ia lengths of :;* to
lu yards.    Worth 50c, 60c und 65c yard,    All one price.    35c per yard
167 Columbia St.     -     New Westminster, B. C.
The .Mail Order House of B. C.
ime to
:.   a.
f Mrs. I
few da
dd its la
time i    ��� in e
���  I u
:  ,.    :  Tha '
[strict at tl --in
.  a
re .������'���'. ��� I
no     i rivi vii    the
v herd of n      ard which
��� : i        izes at thi   re-
The res ���   Del ch
. as ' "' ious 1 rip.
Se, :. :. un . and n ass iui :ase
Ag ire i In I lie dii - ��� irl this :.: irn-
ing. The i inks wei i assessed the
usual amounl d $2.51 and costs in
each case, while the issaull case was
lisn iss : - - I lintifl did not appear.
_,. ��� G-olia 'a came into p irt last
night with a -cow I >ad of rock for the
Richmond municipality. Earlier in
the day the vessel too'., a scow load
of sand to the Pitt river bridge for tlie
use of the construction gang at that
11 int.
John H in -. man an 1 R E. Kitson,
of Ladner, both of wh ini have been
in the Roy.tl Columbian hospital for
si ni" time, are rapidly approaching
convalescence, and look forward to
being able t i return home in the not
llstanl future.
Thirteen applications for naturalization were filed in the iffice of the
registrar of the supreme court during
the month of September. Of these,
��� four were Finlanders, four N irwe-
gians, two Greeks, one Austrian, one
Dane an I one American.
The valuable Suffolk Punch stallion
owned a. Messrs. Galbraith & Son, of
Brandon, which fell from the platform
while being unloaded from the car at
the OP !���'. st ition a Week ago, had to
he sho- as a resull of its Injuries. The
anlma   was valued at S2,500.
On  Tl urs la;.  Captain  Pitten Irish,
>.;.;,. . 11! lis! 11 ' ��� ;.: a -- mil case in
v. hich F. C. Tingley is aci use I of
unchlng W. H. Bonson's hea I The
disputants live in the Pitt Me. I irs
rict, : far fi mi P irl Hammond,
and 1    I   . little disagreement.
...   ....
ms for
ie new Indian    nd 1     ���������   '
The-  building Is  i. iv     ��� Ing  fitted  lip
: heat-
.  n e i    ir      ol   a
.   . ..... i
3 read ..o.-
Tin t Restless came in-
,-este li t. :i..   ; ��� .  ���
a trip up    ��� Ja   . ia Inlet and bringing
lirei     -'���-.' boom ol I j.- fo
the Fi iser Rive T ie new i
. ���    eport o    he o   lei i  .
In ha ed admirabl     and    h wed   c a-
: lei able - iee i and lots of p iwer,
Tie- monthlj   -.  leting  ol   the  1 >eal
i i  acil   il  woi i in, ei hii'. wa ��� ���
��� en . ���   I in   In .    f trade room.
citj   ball,   ;���'   - ., a I     a oon,
postponed    i ei     a   :.���..������.
��� . iom  i       dec] thi
ladies    il groun :.
.     . attenclanci
'lii the Sa
.    ip
ning i        e re sul        an a
:   im   tin
en e, Sap e I  n    The inte
;, Ue   plai e in the  O
Ie   . li. Man        . i ,'ing cl .        ���    the
funeral i ents.
Tl i .    gang    ivhich    is
���:..���:. Ing on he V., W. & Y. s . to
Mills! le ' - pu f along i he vi oi k as
rapidlj as possible, and aboul a d izen
men are kep busy all the time un ler
the in tnagemenl of Assistant Engineer Green. The pile driving crew has
heen compelled to shul down tempor- !
a: liy on accouni of the shortage of
the necessary piles.
W. A. Anderson, of Agassiz. yesterday sent a beautiful specimen of the
turkey buzzard tribe to Chief Watson,
"-ho is going to have the bird placed
on exhibition at the local zoo in
Queen's park. The bird is very ill-
tempered, and would evidently he an j
ugly customer if he could regain his,
liberty, but as he is safely confined
ir. a strong wooden box, there is no
danger of his getting away.
The employes of the B. C. E, R. Co.
yesterday commenced work on the
first of the high towers which will be
! used for the transmission line to Ladner. The tower in question will be
320 feet in height, and will lie located
where No. .5 road taps Woodwjirds
slough. The next tower will be upon
Kirkland island, a distance of 1.S50
feet. A further wire will be stretched
to a third tower 1,750 feet distant, and
thence to a final tower 1,900 feet distant at  Ladner.
To-morrow morning .lames Morrison, of Hatzic Prairie, will appear be-
fore Capt. Pittendrigh. S.M.. and answer to tiie charge of obstructing a.
public road which is being constructed
in ross Hatzic slough, and deterring
 rnmenl employes in the prosecution of their duty. It appears that
the road on which the work is being
li ne is a gazetted road which runs
through the property of the defendant,
wh - has ordi red the workmen off untl! such time as the governmenl feels
Inclined to give him some kind of
i ii pensatlon. The defend.m's case
i- In the han is of Joseph Mai:;::. K i*.
of wori.aianship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is to give these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
$l.nfi high back dining chair possesses these ia marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker la
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy-
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
vs*:*s*:*s*s*s*:*s*s*:*:*s*s*y:M*:*s***s*s*SMK vts^MV+r+ws+tswwtstMts*
: s
At The Big
Clothing House
A Full Line of
Fall and Winter 1
Penman's Natural, $1.25 the garment, all
Stanfield's Elastic Ribbed, medium weight,
$1.25 the garment.
Stanfield's,   as   above,   only in a heavier
weight. $1.75 and $2.00 the garment;
Stanfield's heavy weight, $1.25 and $1.50
the garment.
We are sole agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen
Mesh Underwear.
The Wardrobe Clothier
V   '���
It's a greal i'i ia���when a merchant asks Ten Dollars
ror a Suit���the Buyer offers Six and the Merchant "takes
him up." The question is, what does "he" get ? If "he"
means the merchant, HE gets the man's Six Dollars and
his suspicion for everymore.   If the "he" is the man
If that merchant could afford to sell the garment for
less than he asked why did he not name the lowest price
at once ? Is that merchant reliable? Can you afford to
*'isk his judgment ? He certainly takes quite a load on
his shoulders when he attempts to carry trade that way.
We guarantee that you will pay here fully as much as
your neighbor���and just as surely you'll pay just as little.
We further guarantee you your money back on demand if you find your purchase"unsatisfactory when you
get home
IF YOU BUY HERE YOUR SAFE. If you are interested
in Fall Suits, Overcoats, Hats, Men's Furnishings and
Boys Clothing we want to show you our handsome lines,
If yo.. pay less elsewhere, you'll get less value.
Opposite Post Office, New Westminster. H
ECK   The Cash Clothier THE   DAILY  NEWS
<����_�����  of Warm  and  Cold  Period*.
Experiments of the- Swedish physicist Arrlienius. supplementing the Investigations of Professor Langley, indicate that in order to explain the origin of the -warm climate which prevailed over the earth in the tertiary age,
when even the polar regions seem to
have abounded with life, and of tbe
intense cold that caused the glacial periods, wbeu half the northern hemisphere was burled Under Ice, it is only
necessary to look to slight changes in
tbe composition of the atmosphere. The
active agent in these changes is thought
to have been carbon dioxld. It has
been shown tnat this gas possesses so
pre.it a power to retain solar heat that
Its addition to tlie extent of only one
tenth of 1 per cent of the present atmosphere would suffice to produce a
tertiary climate and that taking away
only one fiftieth of 1 per cent from the
present atmosphere would bring on
(lactation. It bus been conjectured that
the fall of meteors was the source of
the extra supply of carbon dioxld In
r.irmcr geological periods.
May's Soliloquy,
"It's little ::.:  gs in llfe that tel!,
I've hi ani n.. moth' r say,
Bul Aunty J  ;.    .s \, r.v big,
Who  told 1 a  mi   today
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 $10 per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificate?
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certmcate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum fcr an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to  capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is S3.
At least 1.100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator 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 1 l' the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Vukon Territory, of an
area net exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2*4 per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of   the   location.
PLACKR MIXING -Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fe��
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar 01 bench, the former being IOO
feet long and extending between high |
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, no!
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first y��ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
I la-cr mining.
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims   shall  not  exceed   250  feet   in
length, measured on the base line iy
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo ��o
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legai
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles cr fraction.
The person or company staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two. 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
jc-ct to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the Icc.ee can dredge to high-water
mark en each alternative leasehold.
The lc-.-ee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lea-e for each five miles
but where a person or company has
1 btained more than one lea=e one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum fcr each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
ist day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
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 of 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 c:eek, gulch or river, by
giving  notice and  paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least S200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other 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  in  the'
Vukon   Official  Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-,
west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve   fcr   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such   period   as  he   may  decide,   the 1
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.     Should the prospector   discover  oil   in   paying   quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 6401
acres, including the  oil well, will be !
sold to the prospector at the rate of 1
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,'
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister of the  In
Dent. Interior.
Notice :.- hereby yiven tba: 'SO da;. =
after  date  I   intend   to  apply  to  the
Chief   Commissioner    of   Lands   and
. Works lor a license tn cut  and carry
away   timber   from   the   following  de-
! scribed lands:
1. Commencing at a post marked
: VS. M.'s S.E. Coiner, planted on the
I north bank ��. �� the Kildala river about
I two miles up from the mouth, running as follows: 40 chains north, ICO
chains west, -in chains south, 160
���chains east to ]��.int of commence-
ment, containing 640 acres, more or
Located August -7, 1906.
_. Commencing at a post marked
W. M.'s S.W. Comer, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
two miles up from tbe mouth, running
as follow.-", tu chains north, 120 chains
i.:--. SO chains south, 40 chains west,
so chains north, SO west to point of
��� ��� aiencement, containing 640 acre.--,
re or li - -.
Locate i aiigusl 27, li"".'..
.,'. < '1 mmencing at a post marked
W. M.'s X.'.. ('inner, planted mi the
north bank cd the Kildala river, abo .'
five and a half miles up the river
from the mouth, running ns follows:
4n chain- south, ''i'i chain-, we.-:. I"
chains north, 160 chains east to point
of commencemi nt, containing i; I"
: cres, moi e ���     li ss,
Located August _���'.. 1:" 6.
-I. Commenc ;::g at ;: posi mai I ��� 1
W. M.'s X.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
live and a half miles up the river from
the mouth, running as follows: 160
chains ea.-:. 40 chains south. 160
chains west, 40 chains north 10 point
of commencement, containing 640
acres, more or less.
Located August 27, 1906.
5. Commencing at a post marked
V,'. M.'s N.E, Corner, planted on the
south bank of the Kildala arm. about
one mile from the mouth of the river,
running as follows: 80 chains south,
80 chains west, 80 chains north to the
shore line, thence following shoreline
to point of commencement, containing
C4(i acres, more or less.
Located August 27, 190C.
li. Commencing at a post marked
VS. M.'s S.W. ''1 mer, planted on the
cast bank of the Dala river, about
ten chains easterly from the mouth,
running as follows: 40 chains east,
4ii chains north, 40 chains east, SO
chains north to the river, thtxice  foi-
river   to  poin
containing  640
s.  more  or
ted August 27.
1 Locator)   WILLIAM
jier Frank
tail, Agent.
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Com'y
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M.
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BURNABY CORPORATION I j Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Sale of .Lands by Public Auction
By order of the Council, the Collector will offer for sale by auction
on Saturday, October 2d, at 2 o'clock
in the afternoon (sharp), at the Municipal Hall, the residue of the properties not disposed of at the recent sale
by tender.
They comprise two subdivisions in
District I_ot HO, 120 subdivisions (in
li blocks) in District Lot 53, and 55
subdivisions in District  Lot  91.
Indefeasible title. Deeds at purchasers' cost. List and conditions of
sale may be obtained from
C. M. ('. and  Collector,  Box 34, New
Municipal Hall. Oct. 1. 1906.
Tbe    \gen y   of   the   Connecticut
Fin   I    uranee Company of Hartford
I '. insfei re l  fn   ���  Mr.  Alex-
.'ii li r Bell to Messrs. White & Shi i
'������' I atti nd to all matters oi en-
ement,  transfer  or  renewal,  and
' - whom all   outstanding   : remi in
should    ���   paid,    This  Is  one  of the
compi nh -  which   paid  its San  Fran-
sei   In full an i to the satis
faction nt Its policyholders,
.Special Agent.
LOST���Black Bpanlel, three months
old, with small white spot on
breast; answers to the name of
"Jol er." Reward If returned to corner Twelfth and Eighth streets,
George Adams.
LOST���fox   terrier   doc;,  brown    ii ce,
black and brown body; answers   -.
name  of "Buster  Brown,"    Finder
will be rewarded on returning Bame
to Guichon Hotel.
school, New Westminster, by Nov,
1. Applications received until I ie
LOtta Inst, by ft, Lennie, Sec.
18,000 I EMPRESS OI   BRITAIN 114,5.
H. Pcmerl EMPRESS OF IRELAX1   I      I ���'
Leave Quebec  Oct,   5   and  Oct.   19.
Pas engei    booked to and fro at lowest rate.   Fur particulars apply
C.  P.  R. AGENT.
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and  first-class  sleepers  daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:25.
Imperial  Limited,  leaves  at  17:20.
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office 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; the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered 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 city.
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
wanted ��� The address Of John
Urate M. SugitS, P.O. Lex 215,
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
C. P. R. Agent,
Xew Westminster
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   Columbia street
Assistant   General   Pat.enrj.r   Arent
Ejg| tSDAY, OCT. 9. 1906.
��� ���
��� ���
Our operators are all expert and graduate
specialists of many years' experience, and their work
cannot be equalled. Our patented painless methods
are the most modern known to Dentistry and are
confined to us exclusively.
Our Prices Never Change
Read Them, Then Plan to Profit
Gold Crowns, - $5.00
Gold fillings -
Bridge Work & 5.00
Piatina fillin s
- 1.00
Set of Teeth - 5.00
Silver    " ���
��� 50c
All our work guaranteed for 10 years, with a
protective guarantee. Consultation and examination free of charge.
The Boston
Dentists, Ltd.
407 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, B. C.
Hour., 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Phone 2229
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers anj 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.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephoned. New Westminster
The Royal Bank of Canada
Insures absolute securltj to lep Itor... START XOW to save your money
and you will never regret It, People do harl'"' things every daj and hi\"
nothing i" sh .-\  tor it.
I ONE DOLLAR opens an   .     iunt.    Put II in your pocket, i: would prob
ably be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with us wlll in
ten years amounl to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
{     How   a   Bjmbte   Bee   Msde   a   Sprinter
t Out  of  Critic.
j One dav a- ihe Bumble Bi o was
sitting on t] ��� rail of a f :i< o
and   swing and  taking
things easy  :i man along and
called out :
"Ali, here vou are, lo ifing ai ind
rs usual. Do you know thai y iu
are called the .1 ties! of the ins "t
kingdom. Vou toil not, neither do
you spin, but are always eating tl 1
broad of others."
"That's a little way 1 have fa
into," replied  the Bumble without
ill feeling.
"Then you had host fall out of it.
My dear "sir, everybody works but
father, und if you want to save your
character get busy."
"I think I will, and thanks for
your interesl in me."
Thereupon the Bumble went, ,-it
it and "lifted" the man three feet
from tlie ground and run him
around two haystacks and a eider
I   mill to he met with the complaint:
"Alas, Imt owing to your aci riiy
2   uiiil the vigorous manner in which
i   vou do business you have given tne
palpital ion of the heart and caused
��� I tne to lose a whole day's work."
Moral Flo w ho wakes up a
Bleeping dog should bo prepared to
outrun him.���Chicago News.
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Bank of Montreal
Unconscious  Gre_tne_3.
"The ancestors of whom you
boast," remarked the reproving
friend, "displayed no such pride as
"Certainly nor." answered tho
haughty person, "why shoulil they?
They had no means of knowing they
were to be my ancestors."���Washington Star.
"And whal worn vour emotions
during t he firsl b it tic?"
"Whal were my emotions?" repeated t he young lieutenant.
"Ves.   How did vou feel?"
"Oh, slightly bored."���Louisville
Incorporated   by   act   or   parllaai al
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)    $11,000,000
RESERVE FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona an d   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
G.  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
... S. Clouston Vice Presiilent   and   General   Manager.
Genera! banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, in London,  l.ng., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., anil correspondents In all parts ot the |
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
B. E.  WALKER, General Manager. ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gea'l Manager,
Ofiice Boy���Ves, sir, tho boss i.
Culler���Indeed! There seems to
he some one in his office, llow do
you know he's out?
Office Boy���'Cause I just heard
'im -wear an' call for "another stark
o' hlties."���Philadelphia Press.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers tor   tl-eir banking   business.    Sales   Notes
Looking   Forward.
Scientist���I know I haven't long
to live, doctor, and when 1 die I
want, you to perform an autopsy.
I'm very anxious to know just
what's the matter with me.���Translated For Tali's From Fliegenda
cashed   or  taken   for  collection.
Gent'y   Reminded.
"So soon forgot," murmured tho
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn obj mall,    visitor Badly,
Out-of-town accounts receive everj a tentlon. ;     "Ob,   bn   up! What   are you
I thinking aboul ."
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���ll. it. Davidson. Manager. "Thai  five  I  lent you last week
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO .   O'CLOCK. ! for a day."���Detroit Free Press.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
A   Marine  View.
"A ves.-e] is different in one way
i from any! hing else."
"1 low  BO ?"
"li  is when -In- is tied up that
Bhe can'l make knots in her record."
1 ���Baltimore American.
New Westminster, B. C.
"Where does Lucia get her beautiful golden hair from ?"
"From her father."
'���Is he blond?"
"No. but he is a chemist."���II
Motto por Iliilere.
Why She Loves Him.
She    'Wealth is man's worst one-
^raEH   my.
He���Thut is the reason  woman
loves liim   for the enemies ho haa
made, I suppose.���Yonkers States-
1 num.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers ot
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Playud In Lucli.
Rowan���Did you have any trou-
bio in learning to pi iy the cornet?
Bloit���- None worth mentioning
All the neighbors wen! poor shot...���
Chicago News.
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Utterly  frivolous.
"Bliggins doesn't take anything
"No," answered the fan, "pot
even a baseball ;;arue."���Washington Star.
I ��� 8
��� 9.
Public Supply Stores
All are invited.
are causing considerable
Attention and Attraction.
We ask that you call and
examine our stock of
Shelf Goods
and Cutlery
Ammunition,  Etc.
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in.    Take the hint. 	
Get your orders in at once. 4 \irvCnCA\i
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered r   i i iqd v
Telephone    ISO.
.... CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Culver's Joke
By Sate Clements Willis
Copyright,   1908,  by   E.   N.   l'arcclls    ft
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
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 27 5
"I dou't know any girls; simple reason," laughed Blake Narbel. "You see,
tlie puter grew to be a woman bate,
after mother's death. We have retreated before civilization ever since."
"I'll give you a couple of mail introductions buck east," laughed Culver.
"I know a lot. You write a nice little
letter, and I'll send it."
"1 guess you'd bave to write the letter, too," chuckled Nnrbel. "I never
wrote to i) woman in my life."
"You never can tell till you try,"
suggested Culver. "I wish you'd try-
now. It would keep you busy until 1
finish this letter."
He went ou with his writing, and
Narbel good bumoredly picked up fc
pen. There was a pack train going
down from the mines tomorrow, and
he could understand why Culver wanted to finish off the letters he was writ- ,
��� ing back east. Tbe train went down
one week aud back the next, atfordin?
them bimonthly communication wi tithe outside world.
"Whom shall I address It to?" be demanded.
���'..'iJ-s Lucy Mears," laughed Culver.
Then two pens scratched ever the paper. Culver's with easy, rapid move- I
ment, Narbel's painstakingly. He was
less accustomed to writing, und Culver
had finished half a dozen letters before
the other's pen was still.
Culver laughed over the effusion, lu
which tlie writer had pictured his dull i
life aud had pleaded for permission to |
open a correspondence,    He explained \
fully his relations with Culver as busi- j
ness partner arm etium ana muted . :
possibilities of matrimony.
Had he been in earnest instead of
merely seeking a means of killing time
while Culver was occupied he could
uot have done better.
Iu the morning Culver can." across
the sheets and. with a wicked chuckle,
flipped them into an envelope and addressed them to Lucy Mears, anticipating Unit elderly lady's surprise when
she should open the envelope back lu
the New England town.
Narbel, clearing up the table that
evening, noted the absence of the
sheet*, but concluded that Culver had
torn tbem up along with his own odd
sheet.: thought no more of the mat
ter until a    .onth later a letter came
which clearly wus not from the Suu
Francisco  firms   with   whieh  he  had
business dealings.
<'ulver lainrhed so heartily w,heu be
Post Cards!
217-219 Columbia Street.
The Most Liberal Policies
covering all occupations
For Tram and Railroad
Canadian Casualty and
Boiler Insurance Co.
��CC Columbia  St.
���w   Phone 85.
Watch This Space
Tor   Full   Particulars of the Ee_t  Prccosit'on for Intent.
Farming  ever  offered  in   British Columbia
is the  name of the   new  subdivision   of  several   hundred
acres of first-class  Delta Land which we will place before
Every Facility: Good Water, Electric Light, Power,
Telephone.   TERMS EASY.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Insurance Loans
Real Esfate
Farm   Land   Specialists.    New  Westminster,  Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
bad reatl him the flrsl rew paragraphs
that he had becon,i silent, aud he
would read no mole, devouring the
contents, while Culver chuckled over
the g'irlish letter the elderjy .plaster
had indited. It v.as more like the letter of a schoolgirl than uf a woman
of forty.
it was a girlish letter, if uot school-
girlish, full of excuses uud explanations that tlie writer had been tempted
to iiu* wer because of the sincerity of
the communication and Culver's recommendations. Culver reflected that
it bail been u capital letter und wondered how long he should let it ruu ou
before be should disillusionize Narbel
with ,': prose portrait of Miss Lucy as
Le remembered her.
Bef( re he decided to stop the fuu a
photograph arrived, a picture of a
youug girl with frank, honest eyes and
n face that won even Culver's udmlra-
tiou. tin ugh he shouted in his glee us
he recalled Miss Lucy, with her prim
ways und angular features.
He had Intended to give the hoax
away, bnt this was too good to be
abandoned, and be listened witli a
smile to Narbel's rhapsodies, until one
night Blake shocked him with the announcement that Miss Mears had consented to marry him and that he was
going east to get her.
As gently as be could Culver explained the deception aud sought to
dlssuude bis friend, but Narbel would
have none of it. "It may be as you
say." he agreed coldly. "But my word
Is passed and I nm going east to keep
"But Bhe's forty if she's a day."
pleaded  Culver.    "Surely,  Blake,   yon
don't -want to marry a woman s*vea
years older than yourself."
"1 shan't have any woman saying
that I broke faith." he said soberly.
"Tbe train from the mines is going
down tomorrow.    I shall go with it."
lie was as good as his word. When
the traiu toiled back across the sandy
wastes the foreman declared that he
had seen Narbel board the eastbound
limited, and Culver gave up his time
to fixing up the house.
There was little to do in the orchard.
The plants would not bear before tlio
following year, by which time there
would be a spur of track to the mines,
and they could ship tbe fruit, Mi :m-
while nil he had to do was lo see that
tlie trees were Irrigated nml that i:o
stray cattle got "in. It was eapy
enough, with the help of the men, tn
set up a .hud. for himself and leave
the old house for Narbel and his bride.
He even had time to ride over and
tell the men at the mine of the J ike,
and when ut last word came ever their
wire that the pair was due to come out
with the train they all gathered a! the
ranch to welcome the new Mrs. Narbel,
They rode out to meet the dust cloud
whicli marked the track of the long
line of wagons across th" alkali, but
the figure in the buggy beside Narbel
was so swathed in duster anil veils
that im hint of her appearance could
be gained, and the men, with ninny
n nudge and smile, fell in behind and
rode along.
Tbey all turned in at the ranch gate,
I but Narbel swung his wife out of thp
1 buggy and took her into the bouse.
"Mrs. Narbel will be glad to meet you
when she has had a chance to tidy
up," he said, with a grave face, "but
she wants the dust off first."
Culver took the horse to the stables
nnd then rejoined the waiting group on
the grtiss plot in front of the house.
(Culver knew iiow why Narbel hud insisted upon a grass plot.) They had uot
long to wait, for presently a gasp from
the crowd caused Culver to turn, nnd
there on tlie stop stood Narbel nnd
the very girl of the picture. She was
smiling now as she acknowledged the
various Introductions. Culver was the
last tn come up, for he bad not recovered from his amazement until Narbel
culled to bim.
"I feel that I ought to be very grateful to you," she suid In a low voice,
"even though you were trying to play
a Joke "
"The joke seems to bo on nie," he
said lamely.
"I don'l think there Is any Joke," she
said decidedly. "It was just the working of fate."
lb- t ini.d to receive the farewe
of the men from the mini', and more
tl, :i ohe joked him on liis vivid imagination. It was clear that they thought
lie hnd been fooling thrill. Il Tl 11 he was
glad   that   he  was  at   least  saved   theil'
jeers, but ii was witii no pleasant an-
tlclpatlon thai he followed Narbel and
his wife into tin- house.
"Vou iniiiiie.i better than you knew.
Jack, when you sen! thai loiter I wrote
In jest."
"Hut ties is not I.(ley Me.'irs," he
Sta mm ired, "I thought you were going to koep faith at any cost."
"Aiti'/t Lucy died a year ago," smiled
Mrs. Narbel. "I suppose no one wrote
yoB. As I was the only Lucy Mears I
got the letter."
"And I got the sweetest little woman
on earth," supplemented Narbel.
"And I," wound up Culver, "I don't
know whether I should be praised or
kicked.   I think I'd prefer the latter."
But instead he received the praise.
New  ...;,., ,:  :;.,-.   serviceable garments will be Foun
ilia    il,is    week.
LADIES'  NORFOLK JACKETS of fine knitted  wool;  coloi
ainal, and black and  white    Prices, each   $3.00, $3.75 and to
LADIES' GOLF JERSEYS, in many   differenl   styles,   in  all     ...
able colors.    Prices,   each $2.15, $2.50 and jjj
BOYS' AND GIRLS'   SWEATERS in all sizes; cardinal, i.
HOCKEY   SWEATERS  in  all   sizes.    Each      $
an. jjj
H. S. Collister & C
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in*stock.   :-: Prices to suit purchasers.
V   716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front StrwtB '"M
:*>>:'��;*'^>>:*'^'<'o:>:>^'**'c*>>i*>;*>: >:>::cco"0"co>"c��.>>:>>:>>>>>>:t' i.  '���%
Is ItlalNice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our GroceryJ3tocl��is"always fresh.
Adams &  Deans j
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I Electric Railway Service!
��� Inter-uroan   L-   -..
��� Cars for Vancouver and way
X stations will run vwry ball-
z hour frum 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
��� in. excepting ut 7:30 and 8:30
��� a, in. Half hourly cars will
{ run from Central Park to
$ Vancouver only.
I City Limits Line���service Hum
��� 6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
J   20 Minute Service���.\o trans.pr.
Between 12 and II and :> and 7.
30 Minute Service dnrln? :^l
main der ot day. i ransfer.tl
Leopold Place. ,
Sunday   Service   half-hourly b.1
tween   8   a.   in.   and   1" p. H|
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���la Minute Ser-1
vice, except  between 12 an. j
_. and ,", and i. during wDlct!
tiours the service Wlll tn]]
Sunday Service bait-hourly i*|
tween .   a. m. and 11 p. fl"-
X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltffl
Root Pulpers and Sliced
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinderj
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above maj
ines include Floury's, CockshUw|
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Notice Is hereby given that the
partnership, heretofore .suhsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers,
In the District, of Xew Westminster.
under the firm name of Allen & West.
has this day been dissolved by mutual
Persons having any claim agalnsi
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full particulars
to our solicitor, J. P, Hampton Bole,
Itank of Commerce Ilulldlng, New
Westminster, 13. C.
Xow Westminster, B, C, August
IBth, 1906.
Something Worthy
of Investigation!
New dwelling, 8  rooms. Sapperton,    Terms,   cash   $500,   balance :" ��� I
Dwelling and two lots, Third ave ; terms of payment easy,   Prh
Dwelling (new), central,    Price	
Dwelling   (new),   cent ial	
Dwelling, Bigbee street	
Boarding bouse on lease for live years.   Price 	


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