BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Daily News Sep 10, 1906

Item Metadata

Download

Media
nwdn-1.0316342.pdf
Metadata
JSON: nwdn-1.0316342.json
JSON-LD: nwdn-1.0316342-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): nwdn-1.0316342-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: nwdn-1.0316342-rdf.json
Turtle: nwdn-1.0316342-turtle.txt
N-Triples: nwdn-1.0316342-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: nwdn-1.0316342-source.json
Full Text
nwdn-1.0316342-fulltext.txt
Citation
nwdn-1.0316342.ris

Full Text

 V
Vol ' ME 1. NUMBER 159
NEW WESTMINSTERSdx. MONDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 10, 1906.
in ( ENTS PER WEEK
ADAMS GONTRADICTS
SIGNED S1ATEMEN
g   g  it   Was   Made   Up   By   Detective   McPartlar,
Harry Orchard and That Governor Goodir
Obtained Signature By Threats.
itemeni     tl   I    I
Jami
Orchs
I signed it becaui      I
.  ..  ;     .   i; ...   ���.     ..
.1 I
.    : ��� ������.. ....
.'..-'���   -i   Fi
���.',... ADAMS,
ANNIE ADAMS."
��� menl   .-...��� d< Iveri I
.   . :   Steve  A.la-
in, one of his
nd the l      -     -  ������
��� ..��� stati men
���    llll a-
,-as In
nitentll a 1   ,. -      ;
.  lhe i  .
'   .
MeP .
goveri
pi
���
���
���
Oregon
n iy wife and  chil-
ren,      ���    ..t.. female
���' ard -.vhere ;
. a-     ' i,
���   1 was
��� : dl
RE OE SOLDIERS
POLICE.
INSURGENTS FAIL
TO CAPTURE TRAIN
American Captain With Two Machine Guns Does Effective Work for the Cuban Government    Insurgents
Draw Near to City of Havana.
Terrorists In Polish City Take Revenge
a *���/
on Men Who Murder People
In the Name of the
Law.
lvaiiii. Si
l.a   1     .
I    .
Men this evi iln
!  ��� .       Paso Real, refi i train    �� b - ti
mmHHHH
���
-
; to I ivi ��� ���
a      .
In          ���       :.          ... .,...,,
-:      '...'��� -
''���'���
ee ine i               - ..     mi
���         ���
leasi       festerd I     wa
,.::��� .    a     .   Mi    :i,:.      , the i bii :'
- ���
  im i
tried  I      - -    ���    mi gn   .   state
. ��� ���          em
.    '.      This 1      fused
to do     Vfter he li lepn     war-
 Bti  :
. ���   . i ..-.i  ���'...:_ ��� ' Bond    ivho wa igej
awyers   .... I  1 ���    ee weeks ago    nd i ftei ; ��� a ��� sl
��� .- .   ag iin   a   ested   biru    ed    i      earched, wai  locki i   ip"
..   wan ani      arging 1 ilrs. Adai       orro     ated n ich  of
a .  ol   i. ��� '��� ��� i in -' ti   ��� ��� an I's  storj     II A -'.. ��� l .->������.
May B, 190-1 ensaLl ire -""ii
. thi   bi       of his experl-  I     .      oughl in which several of the
-  ict   Lis arrest^last   February     -      neni  -  ficlals   ol   the  ���'   ���
e          ,       ie, and mosl     .���             n to ex    tin some i     arra��
inn      ' Ions on   bi li   part.
 ���o	
lews,
ll
let  court  yi
���  atl  rm     gem   i    tilt
It n Whitney ' ��� ' bi   .'. i I
Issued    .��� ���'
I    he   return   ti     ������. In-
Itrected tht
��� .
:  -oldiers
: Sal in
I thi    t
w s.
thi
-'1      IS
...
I i.iii ''An.
���    -o
a
'!   :��� ������      - ���   ' -   were      .a-' a . 1.
Iti-   ���   ortei thai   li un ten n -
- -   ��� .    ���  i   ���  .   a.,.- i ���
;   ,-e surrounded    ; ������    i
and refuse access tfl^^l
'
I    i
wn
.
i, iy ���     y,.
......
��� ��� ng i li
i in the   Itj
..   ��� .1
���
nife and un-
���  ��� - . .. .       i | , . .
elvi         in . a      ta   ������
He  said:
led  ::���' ���     ll    '  Ini
���   of the statements ma le
Pope  Sees Gymnas-ts.
���    s.a t. 9     Pope Pius I
_ hundred French    ��� mm
..'  .   re hen    i give an i lon.
Warsaw, Se;.t.   9>���Ter     Is      Sal
....-     shot and killed    'a
��� g  .. .   ,-i   a . ��� i
it Siel li'-.-.     \
. .   ini  ������ shed    ip   an I  fired
Into tht     rowd, ig    two
I ei.-  : -  an 1  wo in ling  two.
.. uing  thi   tei    rists
��� ginning a massac e o   po-
llceni'     .        soldiers      a'     Iln;     the
��� ���
n the impel lal    tro    e    al
��� a   eil     e Ji wi sh i lari  rs, dt    royin
the houses antl sh
AttacK en British Vice-Consul,
i, Sept. 9.      eslii        iui
i'i ll ish   Vil '   Cl iis ll     .'  ��� a.p
rated    ���   :-- lng   I hi roism
ia   iesculng  eighl   men I ti I    al
Ba .    ihana    i    i     rarti nsui gents
during the massacres i
:... ki 1   .. st   ai   .    In   '  ���
-   citj    and    mir_._ it     Ij
d< ..th. . ��   {
He was fired a   eighl I shorl
ange, his i        nj u les 11 i.u six sllghl
��� ��� - .   wo ind -.    Tl e motlvi tht
, ��� '.;���   -.. i   been established
'   Is elii te i   :���    te a   re\
act.
Girl Assassin to Bit,
9 Pett ts' ;:--.  Be] t.   9.   1 he   sen
��� -  ��� ��� de iti  im;   -��� !   I    a '���'.��� naid -
���'  ni. anikovo, the gliI ��    - i ��� saas n
��� .   Gi a -..1   Min  en   A igusl   26    ai
j Petei;      , ��   ., was con It u m 1 on Sal
��� ...   : .  ���. i. nt  martial to I e ha iged
lei't Havana Friday and mei with van
iction     - ��� nd    Hei ra lura,
bl ..A a   fl oil,   - hi    ' l a. k.-.  all I
mi a.       II   a ana     :. la -.   Ilni BeS
. id ��� lulpmeni had een capttired
. ��� . tales were confii mi I ��� th
. .   ���.   :i   Rail roa Is  firsl
. - from Paso Real, and wero b< ���
.. i��� id to ��� '��� true until authi   li itlve n
...   wired  by  thos - who ha I
t . a. i to Paso Real trom the si ent
. ���   ��� he  case are  thai   Col.
who  was believi d ti
o in !��� :  In   Pinar   del   Km  c ty,  an 1
the  armored   ti iin   made a    |ui i   on
easl    f Ci nsola< Ion del Sui  an 1 the
.   a ...      tori '���.   in   hal extent are
red     rhe news ol tlii- facl i a a
��� ���  ��� elief in official ci < li s.
rain i rot ee led Si turday evt o
a  Paso Real  to  12 mile   i
of i'.in-la;n lon del Sui. w here the ral I
ha 1 I een removed and deplaced a lo-
..   and  three c irs which    ha .
;������ ��� :i tin own from the track,   The in-
��� : gents attacked bul were driven ofi
b;   the  use ol the two machine guns
��� i   by    the    Amerii an    tai.tain
V ���   stei.   I' is 1 elleve I thai manj Insurgents were Killed, bul iln> number
���   known.
Mi anwhi'le a  large  porl I iu of C ��� :.
force had co._e eastward fn a
Pinar d.el Rio, lor th_ purpi se of   ia ,
junction with the mach'ne guns
corps.    At Consolaclon del Sur their
ernn \ . Ha
vana   y ed thi       tck  2 l-J
del Sur, The
i wi led bj sevei .! hun-
., i i- pino
Duel        li       ��� ... | ;i
fire al    3atu I'dlock
ihis morning.     I iin  ��oul i bave
een recapi    ed e timel   a
i a. of Ci      '���.   os      '  ���     ���   .i who
h   I   fought   thel
Consolat It n   di I   Sur       w hi n     this
i'i .rn arrived ithe revolutl iniBts retired ui's-w u,: aftei Va . ojed
the A Idge over I A- Sanl i < Jlara river
and ome culveits and . utting the
�� es near Hei i a lura. The revlui n
I ��� . are cam] e i tonight al Array
Cruz, weal of Consolaclon del Sur.
Guerras' force al Consolaclon del
Sur and in thai neighborhood numbers 2,  men and those of the government SOO. ihe government forces
hud one man killed and six wounded
Including Ca] tain Ravenna who \> is
pllght'.y wounded. Previous to the
i'i rhtlng yesterdaj Pin Guerra senl a
I ite lo I'ai.t, Diaz demanding) his
surrender. Diaz replied that hew.mid
die first.
Tl ngagemenl between Col. Aval-
os and the lnsurgen.e near Consolaclon del Sur lasted an hour. In both
these    fights    I'itm   Guerra   carried
way dead and wounded The troops
-aill proceed westward tomorrow,
Ships Get Quickly  Away.
New  York,  Sept    9.���The    Cuban
advance was disputed'by a large baud   Government steamer Maria    Henna,
.
^^H________________fr> 're be carried otj^^^Hnday
VIIU,}1-K ODES CKAZY
Ai! COMMITS SUICIDE
ESRMII HUSBAND
ATTEMPTS MURDER
DIRECTORS DECIDE
TO STAND THE LOSS
Insurgi ut-. and a llvelj fighi i u
. i. The Insurgents were driven o f
and Beveral of them were killed or
wounded. Avalos and his men contln
u��d their journey eastward this niorn-
In& an.l made a juncUor Eight wiib
the cavalry force of  Capt.  Ravenna,
which has been loading arms and ammunition at the foot of Uml Btreet,
s. mth Brooklyn, this week, sailed unexpectedly yesterday, as it Is supposed, for Havana. Acordlng to Act-
ting Consul Antonio Atlenimt. sin-
was to ship lilti tons of arms. equip-
'-��� ��� -t   Eus.ness   Man   cf  Chicago
Cut  H's Throat With a
Razor.
Sept.     9    Ctti i ��� '   ���      K.
Vi ��� pri si lent of the Pei
a i   Coke  company,    and
���   ���    n club an I sen lal clr   es,
��� : - op-id.��� today al
Bursts
Into    Room   Where   His   Wife
With   Another   Man   and
Uses  Knife.
..���::i��-.     ia. Ittlng     his
irg,   Sept.   i'.��� Lawrence   B.
C membi    ol   the    Pei nsj 1 vania
���   from  the  fourth    dlsl. let,
��� ��� - non Inatt I       ';    Republican
iartj     esterday, < as perhaps
fatally stabbed  bj    Vndrew  McM llan,
Will Subscribe Over Three Million Dollars to Repair the
Wreck of the Rea! Estate Trust Company
of Philadelphia.
��� ms tomorrow.    He also expects
. II    i   gene al   i leeting  ol  sl ck-
Se, t-fl^^^H^H
direi tors   o    I ...   Real      itati    h ust
  compa      which   wa    wrecked  I      is   holders  and depositors,   in  order   i i
T..-..1     Mi   Wcoster is  a justici   il the peace and one of the   pn   Ident, Frank K. Hippie, who sub-   thoroughlj   acquainl   them   wtlh    his
it    have been   li     ne  when   vvealthj   residents ol ornegie.   Cook,   Bequentlj  committed    suicide,   pi o 1-    'urpose,
self.   Aboul ll   et   week     who became famous, during thi   legis-      ,,.,,, , .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-__s_b______________: i
_do ��� h  Segal, i   promo'i     on fllmi
wo went   col-lad     , Havi   agreed    to    Ri  ���  vi t
which is scouting ahead, nnd finally ""'��< iiI1(l other niiiniii--ns o: war. At.
with the disabled troop train. The i���ou yesterday scarcely one fourth of
train bus nol been n_-_-8ted B.nce lhe ,R'r carK�� had been put on board. It
junction was affected, bul the iui,i.u.' waa runiored thai the Budden sailing
over s.mta Clara river eastward from <��' 'l"1 veMel was due to a despatch
��� aln was Mown ,M, today, togeth- "'"nl the government In Havana, who
er with two small", ones, prevent ng <VM' tha1 ,he reijels wU1 mata an at'
Lhe . . oi the roa l I eyond Herra I
.na.
As the bridges westward near Pm i
���a Gol have alsi   I Iroj'ed,   u i
ti -ins   can  operajte   from   Pinar  <1JJ
tack on ihe t iwn
itfered " om hi a l ation
.    ,   t few d ���   ha 1
. i  the -;.'���( Ial care ol   il .-  I-
lal ire,   .      i ia.   I he a ithor   of    the
Greati .   PI I 111, mi    Mrs   Mc
Millan on the street  and the : ���
rning he entered  hla  bath-
to  a   house   In   Lawn   street.    While
they   were   In  the    room    McMillan
a and  a moment  later his valet   burs! open tbe door and engaged In b
.   nstructed to keep watch   struggle with Cook.    During the bat-
nl him fall.    When tht
oe I   the   hathroi m   '���     .  It
i    Woo-ter lying on the I oor
leep i ash In the I     fl ,
lng al
i .    Cook   v,  -   Btabl ������ i  a numl i
times and is now In a critical condition  In  ' :,'    Mi. a-   bos i'i'.A  A ll I,  Ma
Villi n  . -  .a  the 11,iiii.i:i i  ���   : ce    ta
lion,   hei I   v. itho il   ball.
Death  Valley Miner
Holds Up Passengers
Eai le' -ii, organi ng the co n-
pany. Todaj Mr, Ea_\le rtx el ������ I a
telegram from Mr, Mitchell, the only
meml er the board who is away
in in the cltj. agreeing to the pro-
, osltlon I hal I he dlrei tors i onti Ibute
the a ; ��� im a, i.ai ,| ... ���i. ,, j bj the
recelveo _i Mlti hell ex] ri - ed bis
. Ilni ness to eai Hi a i ortion i i Ihe
irden I bi ol liei tlln ton ha . re
, am-;.       -.'u ed  to    hi       i
��� . nl        :       a   i-  lag
I        .     .-a        i.l    llis    . .      ....       I
bones to l.e al��le to pre    nt I   to lhe
The li-ans to Si gal   tu de I..  P i b
nt Hippie    ggregi te i   ire than $.,-
Set uii'i' e nre I elleved to 11
worth abi ul $2,00 ,0 0    < onsi q i ul j
.   Hi ectoi b wild subscribe somi thing
nore than $ ... i l), i 0.    Mr.  I arle emphatically    denied     pul II shed    statements thai  be advocate I certain ���������
or tlie offli ���   ol  i ��� ��� Bideni ol the re-
gRnised   i ompany.
\ statemenl  Issued tonighl by  Rev.
Dr   Roberts, clerk of lhe general as-
,ni ly  ol   the  Preg iyterl un     b in b
announced thai    esidi    the $    i      In
md    of thi    I   '   , ���
iv b Ich were 1
IT ..... ; ���
IL^^H___^L^__--_______--____,
, Ca!., Be] ���   S.   Walter Scott,
��� ' , . iner, held   ip twen
��� .   with a   I "!'   :"'��� ��� ���"'' :''
��� ��� Bmoki . ' n the bo ithhound
��� night, s'i ���,-!> before n ach
no,   He < lalme i that he had
A- | ay iiu il thi  ��� ien iu
and when he reache I Fn   no
��� '   iiu- train,  forfeiting  his tic-
Los Angeles nud dei larlng that
a,nm..i on boarl honor woul I
pel him to kill the men who hud
��� l him.
��� ding to "Scotty's" story,    he
ending money with a    lavish
��� in- Irlnks 1.1 everybodj In
1 ar. He was not Known, but the
'"''' iii  which   be  was .spending
mt .    at irted
ii    Scotty," ani
ed thai "Scottj" v.as a thlel an i a
:, n flusher."
Scotl took ip bis own defens -.
' ine -,' a men made a movemenl toward his lii|i pt ��� kel and Scotl drew
his revolver an I compelled every man
In the i ar to pul up bis bands over
iii iead. Then ho told them who lie
wi   . fit .: Ishlng bla ��ad of bills and
offei ������ i to I el any i un! thai     the
men who s-iid he was b thief were
liars. The conductor of the rain
partially pai Ifie i bim, bul Scotl was
siiii in n bol temper when he got
off the train at Fresno.
a story  told  by  one ol bis fellow
fcAS'l I.KN MEN AFRAID
OF WESTERN UNIONS
Believe   Trades   and   Labor   Men
This  Country  Are  All for
Socialism.
01
GAS WORKS EMPLOYES
ARE SEVERLY BURNED
Sudden Rush of Flame Envelocs Four
teen Men  While They Are
at  Work.
Montreal, Sept, D, -lphon ��� Ver-
Alio. M P, ui Plumber's Anion. .1. Bi.
Ci 'i'.n llff, presldenl ol Mon ��� ��� il
Trades and Labor eouneil] Gustave
ii.ni. '���, oi Jacques CnrUei Tj pi ��� a
pblcal Union, and A. -ndersuU, nil
iln- Amalgamated Bodety of Carpen-
      l"i's,  Ion ! I night  for   Vlcloi'lu. II. I
ngers is that  "Scotty"' attempt-  to aitend  the coming convention ol
private oon    the  Trades Unions of Canada.    The
Rio citj in either direction, Both the
ra ' road and the telegraph line continue in m i' to 1'aso  Real.
Captain  Leve'.a, one lieutenant aad
four  privates  wounoed, are the onlj
��� es reported in the Consolacit n
del   Sur  operations.    There  is  some
arm In Havana on account of iim
tu aruess to the city  of seve al hun
. | Insurgents belonging to the for-
. es   ol    _mbei l,  Loj n;i7. iin I Cast Ho,
-. " of whom nre often seen In the
hills al Jesus del Monto In the Bouth-
, i a extremitj ol the city, Intli latl in ���
,.. p Ived from the bands are to thi
��� ���'... i that tht ��� are merelj waiting
Ihi    '   ''I    the   peace "��� t  la
a
Pi at tic illj all the Insui gem - In the
tt Ini ���    .    M.n ana and Santa Clara
have ct operations foi   : >���
In   accordance   with  the ti n
. ���    ��� ���'    with i he ,...
: a.      .
i wet    of the rebt
	
i   -���.
��
. ���   .... ommlttt ������ ,, 'i
- . 5 able to per-
.,',- Pino 'i-i' rra to < ease acl >
���   attltudi   ol  ihe
'. ,   lng Liberals ct      ���___
'���   - -      an ��� ���   ���      ���    ��� ..'     \t the
Kaiser Plays at War.
LlegnltZ, Prussia. Sept. U.- Two unn.
les, each of aboul 40,000 b igan tonight to work oul a theoretic problem
of war under the personal supervision
o! Emperor William, -,��
A state Of war ppOiraii ihis ;n r ���
lng and troops nre detraining ove,
this region.
The blue army, undei'   Gen,    Ven
LindequiBt, is coming from the n.itli
- ��� .- -. gi   the red tones, commanded
General Von Woyrich,   who   are
lying Bomewhene between here    and
the  Austrian  frontier    The empe
with bis numerous forces is spending
: ie night  ai  Bresl..-. and  will sia-.t
the fit ani e i\ res ea; Ij to-
��� w   mornlni
AMERICAN OARSMEN
OFFER NO EXCUSES
Mmlt  That   the   Canibridge
C-ew  V-'?5  tv'pA   S'rooq for
* li  ���
,.,] to break In upon th
,..   , ion  of  the   three   passengers,
-.Uni resented bla Intrusion,    a quarrel ensued and Scotl rinally whipped
a   conversation I oul a Wg revolver and compelled ev
the three    men  erybodj   In the cur to bold up their
Toronto, Sepi i ���'- in te_n i tn
ployees ol the Oonsni ei - c s i om
i anj   were   -���   ��� ��� n< .1  a!    the
works   iinliiv       \'i.'i   '������   ������   I'tiii.'o-'
raising  the  '.missive  iid of a  purifier
box when there was 8 su.Mon rtish i I
llan.e  wbleh  enveloped  all those en
Baued I tht> 1ask.    The l>ox had be-   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
come   overcharged   with   >',is.    Jan.es   her rightful position.
Far-get lev, machinist, %*ho was exam-j     A  fight is reported to have
vett ft send-off atjlning the box at the time, had a mar-   place  at. (iuanajay in    Santa
London, Sept. ?.���\Miile keenly dis-
���   ���.
���-    crew,    the    Hai vfl:-d
��� ;   - ' . ii .   . ��� \vr.se.   Kns
lati.i -                    - erew, Captain
v*'  '   -" ���     '   '   '              -t >-             ni ���       "A  men. candidly   admit  was
*   -   :  '���'    ";   :''              '���''. ',;,    M,.,,-i(.i,ms
be used to stop lhe war, and o-.ush ad vani are   ol
i.\      - , a     '.'tirned sinoe
��� 6  did  not     Vise
>.'..."   Mge    oro-BAfl    ihe
line;  th<      on':  wisli BO*  is to have
an op] '.'>���-; unit-, oi -. eering ihewearera
it by (to:���' ���
whi!''    inn   went OB    bj     the
Aniit',1  Stare, is being dls-ttesed on
all sides.    Many   Cubans who hitlnu
to were not favorable to intervention
lalior men wlM  --------------------------------------------------
the station,   ll ,1s tenreii that the we?t-j vellous  escape,  getting off  with. In-j province.   There were fierce machete
now believe that it will be the only|0f 1he ngtlt Mne in American waters.
means of placing Cuba permanently in      The   , .   ls ,.,.,,    |teCM��ea every-
where, and ihe opinions ns to the
��_ken cnnse ,-,,- ,|,;.ff,ft o thi Amerirans are
Clara  (IS ^tversifted  as are thc  views ex-
afterward   told   Icim  thai    th*  hands while he heaped verbal abuse oa   flgbl for pure and simple trade unkm-
"  '.- .  y,,,t rrs, asB2r.i   the men with wl i he had quarreled. |Ism,
em men will make n unlteil effort to | haling some of the flame. Other vie-
commit the oongreBB to the prlnclpl-�� j lima were burned about the face.
in Socialism.   The Montreal men will ��� tt'eek or lower parts of Uu- arms v,lii I
were expose, to the   sweep ot   t e
flames.
pressed.
The Harvard men are devoting their
charges, and the renels retiied.   Sev-
iria;   of .them   were  wounded and   a! 1agt WPek jn Knglnnd to pleasure.. Thev
number taken prisoners. j ^^   a visit   toda\   to   Emanuel col-
  j lege. Cambridge, where John Harvard
Paso Keai. Cuba, Sept. fl.   The gov-[was educated.
lJ���~^
i V
A,
*
if
te;
���
'  '
1
���
'.
i��
i
:��� L
-
- -
s-
'
.
i THE DAILY .NEWS
MONDA ���'    REPT
-v.'-- - T'55^T97/:-���x^t&sxmisff?':"wmsrsa?.
eichenbach  Company,  Limited
ONTEST
Competition Closes Saturday, September 2^9 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase.   Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get 81 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize: and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT--All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th. 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the citv.
Columbia Street
en  	
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
Co.,   Ltd
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINK
Leave New Westminster T._5 dally.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 dally.
Arrive New Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive New Westminster  19.10 daily.
C. P. P.. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W, 7.25, Ar. Beattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. It. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,  17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.  W.  9.15,   10.30,  19.10,   20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPFCIAL.
Lv. New Wi -'minster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N, w  9.20 a.ro.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. vs. 4.:;.", p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V.. VA & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. A. W. I ;. ii.. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver >..35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
O, N. P.���POUT GUICHON.
Lv. N. VS. 9:35 a:,..; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. G ������' b<: - 10 j'. m.; ar. N. W.
':'���;   :i.     :..���'���;.  _a
Monday a only.
Li. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New We tminster 5.50, 6.50, l
snd - ;.:.., an I '.. ry half hour there-
aftei till 11 p. m,
Lv.  Vancouver  for Westminster at
\..:i.k hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER
Beaver-
Prom N. VS. Mon. Wed. Frld, 8 a.m.
From Chwk. 'J'u., Th., Sat., 7 a.m
Ramon :i���
From N. VS. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sul., Wed., Fr!., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a~m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pm. 8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.    9.00 a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m
Van. & Cent. Park...l0.30 a.m. 2 p.m.
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby  1.15 1.20 p.m.
Steveston,  etc.... 1.30p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. R,.10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m. fi.OO p.m.
1 ml erland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m. 12.00 m.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points eai-t, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& X. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
itage rAi'y for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Briti.h  Columbia  Coast  Lire
service.
TEME TABLE
i8ul eci  to change wunout   noci ..I
ALASKA   RCUTE.
mdings ��� :.   N- ������   Wi - tm ;.- ��� r
ind Chilli*
NORTHERN   B. C.  RCUTE.
S.   S. Tees
'..'. ���'.������    V mi ouv!.- at  2  p.  m.,  2nd
and   16th   of   each   month,   celling   al
Skidi gate on fir-- trip and Bella Coi
on si  ond  I rip. Time on at riv il and
Prin ���   -  Beatrice leaves Vancouver departure  are approximate,
Si   '   10th. V :   ������ lervatlons   and   Informatl  d
Princess   Mav    leaves    Vancouver call or addre ���
Vancouver, Sept. 1.3th.
Princes-; Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sej ���. 2ist.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Si   '. -3rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
'i t. 4th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver,
Oct 32th.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver.
.'. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
W. ti. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, freight Dept.,
.Ven   VA .-: ailnsler,
Effective
1901.
Leave
9.20 a in.  .
12.25 p.m.  .
940 an.
November    10.
Day Train
.. Spokane
.. Rossland
...Nei-  n  .
Arrive
..7.15 p.m.
. .4.10 p.m,
. 6.45 p.m.
H   A. IM KSON,
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Dav in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF  FAME
THE     NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted  with 1
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most j
brilliantly   illuminated    train    in    the ;
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   car?,   standard j
16  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car. reclining chair cars  (seats free), |
modern   day   coaches   and   bullet,   li- '
brarv and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any <
further  information  call  on  or  write I
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle. Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Pr.ncess Victoria.
Leavi ���   V inci ivei    :, lly at  1  p, m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Cdarmer.
Lea ������ ��� New v. estmlnste   at 7 a. m.
on We ir..--: iy and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leavi     Vancouvei   dally ex epi  s. ������   'I"-  event  of  one-quarter  section  of
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sa'.-   ''.0 acres, more or less.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and   first-class   sleepers dally.
Atlantic  Express leaves at  7:2D.
Imperial Limited, leaves at 17:20.
. ��� (,   .
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. GO A IC
Sept. 8, 9, & 10  }M.\J
Good till Nov. 30th.
ED  GOULET,
C. P. I!. Agi ; t,
N'ew We-: 11 Inster
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General   Passenger    A^ent.
Vancouver.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAV
V. W. & Y. RY
Daffy NKW
Leave  WESTMINSTER Arrivs
ffT20am Blaine, Belling
i    '. ; :i. ham      Burling- :���.'A m
ton,   Mt.   Ver
non.     Evei ��� tl
Seattle        an I
Pi rtla id
4:,;_ pm Spokane,
Paul    and
points  Fan!.
9.20 am'Anacortes,
IWoolley,
JRockport.
8:00 pm Vancouver
1': 56 11 in
St 1:0   ; ������
alll
and
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any per-
-< 0 who is ihe sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
Entry must  lie made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
form the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(ij At  least six  months'  residence
urday ,:'. 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m, ou 1st,
Tib, 13th and 20th of each month for
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on tbe 7, and 20, for Quatsino and  upon  and  cultivation of the land* in
way   points.   Leaves  Vieloria  on   20tb   each year for three years.
of ea :. month for Cape Scott and way      (2) If the father (or mother, if the
points  including Quatsino. father is deceased) of the homesteader
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.    . "/ides   upon   a   farm   in   the   vicinity
ni.,���.. Tr,���.(.. ��* the ,an" entered for the  require-
Steamer Transfer . , , '       ,
ments as to residence mav be satisfied
Leaves  New   Westminster on  Mon   by such person residing with the fa-
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday  ther or mother.
and Friday at 1! p. rn. and Saturday (s.) li tbe settler has his permanent
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon- residence upon farming land owned
day at a a. rn. by him  in   the  vicinity of his  home
stead, the requirements as to residence
j Northern Pacific,1
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Si rvice.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALE POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points,
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
Rates   to   Southern   CaliTornia.
For full informtinn call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G.    A
Lv.    New    \\ 1 -11 Insu
Guichon   1:50 p. m. Ar. Gu   I   1
G  p.  in.,  Monday,  Wedni
Friday.
v-io a. m. ar. from Gu
9   10 a. u.   Lv. : r Vani 0 1
Routi- or the ramoui
"OHIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���-
Spokane, St, Paul, Mlnm
Winnipeg, D luth,    hli
Louis and all 1 oints E
For    compli te    Ini
rat es,   berth   reservation,   ������
call ou or address,
F. C. MEYERS,   _g-
Uank of Commerce Bull i
New Westminster, B. C
S. Q,  Vi.HKKS. A. 0. P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Co-
Iumbla St.. Seattle, Wash.
TAKE
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at; the f-litl ]am]
may  be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
7 a, m.; Friday at c a. m. additional
tri,i Saturday .",  p.  in.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  N��w  Westminster,  8  n.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 ,i. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   SaUrrdays,   calling  at' fcr.
Six months' notice in writing should
be yiven to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this  advertisement  will   not  be   paid
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS ATLIN '
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and"
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mall,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,1
maintaining a throiifpth winter service. !
i'or Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,'
Vancouver, B. C.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAR1
TIME PROVINCES,
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ai
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., addi
GEO.  W. VA'JX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chicago, id. M0NDAY,   SEPT.   10,  1906.
THE   DAILY ^EVVS
PROFESSIONAL
W^H KDMDNAS
,.,.!  - ,  . .' .  -. B u   le .'
ree     Nevi    W.   tmii   ti  .
Cj ...   ii. I.,  linn ,nds.
M"
���   p,  HAMPTON  BOLE,
.... supri me  :ourt. 0 I
Bank  of  Commen ������
a,   street,  oppo Ite
.-v.- Westminster.    Money to
MS   WEART  & McQUARRIE
jters, solicitors, eti.       Of
., Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
r-larkson  and   Lorne   Jtree! -
r. rooms 21 to 24, 145 Gran
eet.   Joseph Martin, K.C.. ...
E ������ . ,.,   w.  <L  McQuarrle,  II.  A
p     ... '   Mr.  Martin   will   be  In  tha
!;',..   a,.er or_r.es every Friday af
^K_____
TAKE A
TRIP
HV   REID  &  BOWES   Barrls
Bolicltors,   etc.,   42   A
' posite   Court   House,   New
,,.,���-.   J. i:. Bowes, P 0. Box
241
G     ';<;,: K. MARTIN. Barrl li
citor   Gulch 'H  i loi ...  C il im-
. McKen; e si   lets, New We t-
. ���, a. c.
On '.he Famous
Orient
=,   EMERSON'S DRY DOCK SPHEADS-KNOWLEDOE
1! ABOUT CONSUMPTION
New tfestiiiiflsfer, B. C.  ���
Humor and Philosophy
By  DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
^-������WL
a
Limited''
LOW    EXCURSION    KATES
TO ALL EASTERN   POINTS
ts on Sale July 2,3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept 8,10
For  part:;u!ars  call  on  or   ad_-��s5
F C. MEYE.RS, New Wi
^^^^^^H Rev.   Dr.   Moore   of   r.;t=Aa   Tells   of
. -  urtAs of Sh '>  repair the Good Wor'- He ls
work. |
Engaged   Ir.
Building
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
A Gift For Our Customers.
BOARD OF TRADE.���A  w   Wesl
Board ot Trade  meets  in  the
!���      : Room, Citj   i [all,   i
Wedm     .    of each i
rti  ly  mee ad
da ���     nf     s : .
���   and   N'ovi  n at 8
1 meetings    oi       ie
oi      February.      Ne*
may   1       ��� 1   i
ed at an    i quart*
qk.   A. E. White, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Canadian Bank of  Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund. $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
.'-....   Gei ei   1 M in igei ' LEX. i.'  RD, Aa- . Gen'l M inager. '
EP.ANCHES  THROUGHOUT   CANADA.   AND   IN   THE   UNITED   STATES
AND  ENGLAND.
UNICN  LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. &. A.  M
regular    meel i '    of    'iii:-   tOWfl aCCOlints
Id on the Fii  I  W   li   ida    in
onth   i ' ii      :.  I.,., in
���   Masonic   Temple.     So ourning
��� ������ :en are cord Invited to at
tend.      Dr.  W.  A.  DeWolt  Smith,
Secretarj.
BANKING 3Y  MAIL.
Busi        nay be transacted by mail with any branch j _��,
of the bai .. Accounts may be opened and deposits made
or withdrawn by mail. Every attention is naid to out-of-
Ship ant,1  Scuwj
a specialty. For three -v&ar3 ���> **i - matt, Rev*.
Estimates   promptly fur- Dr- Mo     '"       ' ��� ':
. , "", '' flew, he has and
nisiied. ., - , .... .... ,  .-.. CaQ.
adian association  toi   tht-  prevention
o   coi   imption.   Du.ing that tim ��� he
��� ha i ��� ivered the whole of   he Mari-
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C. time provinces, pari ot Quebec  ad
part ol Ontario.   He aad :���:.-./ c icuiat-
"  eil 2,500, > of the little   looklel
"How in Preveni  Consumption."    His
.. id  ol   work    -  to secure a    voters
lisi Id the own oi cltj which 1 - visil 3,
       aud with :ts aid be sends through the
eS?A     mail ci.        oi .. iklei    . the
?��^' -;.. A- a result he has received man-
. _s Ann the s heme ha- resu t
ad in in-������ ii benefit to sufferers, an i a
more In e igeni i ourse of ac i ra o:.
the part of, the trien Is il the al ed
ones.
in addition  to  i I rteasli -  the  citizens, the do :l ir al hen    ir posai-
le, :.   a i iress the     [ills in the 1 igh-
i ol      e pu -    an .
students   In   th     college
doctor ba i experien
,   - and   rea ly sup
. ath,
'��� la-..-.er  i.
me Ileal  frater_
public ] osi Lions w^
ai and approv
withoul a. ,. saring to I'la.
ii"! speak  too highly.    It w
withoui  ex< eption, ready to ;ilu.
-   mattei    efore the pu lie in the to
of -'im . mcemen -  ol   lectures or  by
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
C'liifr .   ���;_-   debt  "'.. u Is  y.iiir  in-
tlobti'il	
_      '     i
An   excellent   way   to   keep   your
friends from  becoming too much at-
ta.''^ti^J''  >'"''   '"   to   freely   criticise
icjjr own good. - ,.
t'.-,-iieJUi  yo
them tor <!*i.r
Modern preachers ought to learu to
give merely au Indeterminate sentence
of matrimony.
OJlGAJfs t
DtNTAl  E
-fell WS? 1
^wiSi "_'u .?
th-
Tiu
In E��ery Package ol Colgate's Dental Powde
We Give a Presenl of a cake of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
FREE,       (Guwt Room Sl��)      FREE
A Wonderful Bargain.
H. RYALL
.  DRUG STORE
��� went.    The  cl rgy,    he
ity, and all  . in
re verj r    lj  ��i b
1.   01 : .       ess,
���ter, he could
is aim
... the
nn
���\frt-t~   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sola.- : lo not live beyond their
means I mse the grocers are on to
them.
A brand of i roiperity tl it tl... u
ttmiite would feel la the kind thai m   ���
people :':''��� inti 'ested In.
They   a:-   ;. -.������       thei ��� ��� 1  with  tho
tipping bj -' 'in on the frontier.
There are ; eople so diss - ��� -��� ible that
tS'_ Ji-iiUi I ^Esr:,sE ,
The in ....   .....i j. -i haven t goi i.s
the only kind that Is tainted.
A gi nlus Is an nbnormal man who
-.   . ks at it and is glad of it.
NKW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK,
(means of reports of lectures, thus en-
_   abllng  hlm to  r< ach thousan is    w i--1
would   otherwise     ossibly  remain  in
Junk and Second-hand TT ��f"le workhe' wa7eTsas'
Store
KING -VDLOMON LODGE. NO. 17, A.
I', m /.. M.���Regular < mun i -
ol ttfl_ i > Ige are h��l I on the
s :. I Tuesday In eai h month in
M. mlc Temple, at 8 p. tn, Vlsll
Ing brethren are cordially Invited
.""iui.    I). \V. GllchrUt, Ser.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY. No. 459
R, I!. K. of I., meets Becond and
f"':r'h Kridav of each month, at s
p. rn., in Orange hall, cornei of
Ro -. .,p.;, ... md John st rest,
journlng Sir Knights ������ n dlallv ln
vited ;o attend. W. E. l�� ml ip, W
P.;    E.  E.  Matthias.  Reg.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED IM,.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
-PITAL  (ALL paid  up)    $14,000,000
Rt  Hon. Lord Strathcona aa 1   Mounl   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
Q   Honorary President
Hon.   Sir  <;.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General   Manager
On leaving the coast, Docl i   M ore's
 _________%   programme -called  for  visits in   the
Highest prices paid :' r -     md-hand   interests of his society to Revelsl    e,
.    .-.   junk,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass,   Rossland, Cranbrook,    Ashcroft    and
cupper, old shoes and ai'. metals; also   Fernie.   After thai oilier points would
old clothes, etc.   write or call. bo arranged  for, before returning to
S. BROWN, ilis work In the east. r
Front Stret, New Westminster. ��� o	
Opposite  Brackman-Ker Wharf. AT- THE HOTELS.
Phone 212. Guichon���M.   1).    Benson,    Everett,
_^_^_____^________^______   Wash.;   Irving  He-rs,  Vancouver;  W.
B.   Young  and   wife,   _ort   Stephens;
D.  A.  Woodward, C.  D.  Vincent,    .1.
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1180
���Meets ln Oran_" hall B.at and
", i Friday In each month at 8 p
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
ti i to atten I. v.. E. Matthi ���-
W, M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
|, c. C.  F.���AMITY   LOOGE.  No. 27���
'   ��� regular meetings of thi - lodge
.  ; . id in Oddfel ".vs' h ill, Colum-
-.,.,.;. everj   Mon I i    evening,
���   .vi,,, k,   Visiting brethren cor
���   invited ��� i  ,"���'; l    S  J. Maj
.'.    .      vv. '���        ,i mi, Re,   Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
Meetings the firs' and third Tues.
In    each    month.       Visiting
���  - thren cordl ill'- ln\ ted to attend
I .��� room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd-
���ws'  bloi k,  Clarkson  street,  C.
S   Corrigan, r 'der';   Louis Witt,
ter workman.
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
li Wedni Bdo    of each month,
in K. of P,  Hall, Columbia SI . al
..... wbll ��� ll'.- Degree, Fourth
Wednesday    In   e u h  month, same
.    md pla e    Vlsltl ib  Brethren
cordially    Invited       E.   n   Stlnch-
���aa., Pres., I!   Dl tt. Secretary.
Notice is hereby given    that   the Newharp, M. Gallon, Vancouver
VoPlrs'List for the year 1906 has been      Colonial���E. Porrance, Oalgary;   E.
completed, and that the same may be '" Taylor, Toronto; .1. A   Clark, Van-
seen at this office for thirty days from ��>��ver;    w-    Nelson,   Hazelmere; J.
[the date hereof;  and any person who I   Klt,in- Vancouver;  I   Sm'ith. Oewd-
n inches In all the principal cities in Canada, In   London, Eng., New     shall claim to he added  to the said ne>:   M'  McDonald and    wife,    Port-
c, Chicago, and St, John's Nfld., and correspondents in all parts ot the    Voters' Lis-, or any Elector who shall   !a"J. ., ...,,���.    _     ���
desire to have any name erase 1 there-'    Windsor���D. A. McMillar.   Vancou-
ld- ,-.. ,n   mug, prefer his Qr her rp;,uest   ver; A. Clark. Hatzlc Prairie; Roberi
iu writing, signed  with his    or   her   Eaohern, Ladner;  A.  W. .lone.-. Van-
SAVINGS    BANK     DEARTMENT (name, and shall deliver, or cause same   waver;   .1.   Klllam,  Mil:,ide;   w.  D
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent,   to   be  delivered,  to the  City    Clerk   Matheson   Blaine;   W.   Cressard,    H.
I within the time hereinbefore specified.   Ramage,  Ladner;   Joseph  Klpp, Qlen
Valley;   F. Arthur and  wife, Vancouver;   A.  Tisdale.  Barnet;   A.  G. Mer-
General banking business transact,'!.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
Just a Drejm.
I dr. a       1 . :      a :.. ,i. blai k wa.s white,
Th  t flsh, m trees,
_>    ' !  -��� -.. .             thai high was low,
Tniu ....          iknees;
That       i t ,    ,,-.., . ,,.lke
I dreams- a y... ....         ream
Thai noodv     tat, that this was that-
Th.u I- in w 19 .       a ..,, am?
Say. wasn't thru
I dreamed that eggs h_J w��oden le��^
That sauerkraut was s-.-;e.
That whistles rang  md maide,^ sang
A ditty with Ha Ir feet.
That  trees could  walk and  spoon_VcO>_d
talk V %
Anpl na one '.  sl  thi lr bets, i
That pains *.  1 m h      ind rattlesnakes A
Were really household pets.
I dreamed that mice save good advice
To all who came to buy
And that the bill was less than nil
And likewise t-.vi.-e as high,
That womankind was quite resigned
To one i heap dress a year
And that the moon .ana up at noon
And Wigwagged with Its ear.
I hohl that dream In high es: _'
Still he it understood
I only dreamed I dreamed that dream.
But that is quite as good,
For it's the kind 1 have In mind
Ston ,1 underneath my hat
Should evi r 1 fei I call   1 upon
To dream a dream like that.
Without _ Guide.
C��i*r;  -    . .,
I   rt/rf   T.1AT '.,,
[C0/vi-..t, .-  .-1   P��
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
ftoyaH Bank of Canada
City   Clei
omce^BHrla'.l.   New-
Westminster,  Sept.   1,   1906.
riti, Millside; George H. Clark, ���' iver-
dale.
. ^ j Bra^rith of Ladi er, was in the
N0TICE' city yesterday and lefl  rla the C. P.
Notice   Is   hereby   given    that  the R   for Vernon  where  he   will   spend
partnership, heretofore subsisting be :1  few days in  connection wtih   his
i .,,   i��� ,n  ty,* .���-in^i.,.i'  nitiBfl nf tha  worn     i'veen us the underslgned, as loggers, duties  as secretafj   of  the    B.    C.
cor esDondents iu all   the   nincipa.  citic-, ot   .ue   won.i.
lr. the District of New Westminster. Fruit Growers   association.
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162 Total Assets  $36,373,576.
Branches an 	
Gene il banking business transacted,
"I think man should follow lhe dictates of his conscience."
"That is the trouble. Most of us lay
our conscience aside '������ ben the assess ir
calls and then . awaj and torgel
whore w i ;���:-.! It"
Ji opens an account.   Interest added half yeai
Colle   lon - made at lowest rates.
Open  Saturday   ni.^hls  from 8  to 9  o'clock.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4009. I.O.F.
'.; is ih.. Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, In tho small
11 Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordl ill] Invited to atti ial, j, ii. Rushton, ('��� H '''��� ''���
Maxwell, R. S.
NEW   WESTMINtsi ��R   UKANCH
F. B. LYLE. Manager.
COURT ROYAL COLUM3IA, No. 8803.
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
th'i Lodge are li"1 i on the Becond
and Fourth Tue l t of ench month
hi * p. ri. In 'li" odd follows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly inked lo alien.]. IA ('.. Firth, C. R.;
K  P, Maxwell, Sec.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
-i^;i_-^i_r3��sw_^^
a ler the firm name of Allen & West,
has this .ia; ' > en dlssoh e I bj mul ial
.  asent
Persons having any claim agalnsi
the sail firm are hereby required ta
present the same with full particulars
to our solicitor, .'. P. Hampton Bole
Bank ������:' Commerce Building, New
Westminster, H  C.
New   We itn Iti iter,    B    C, August
Ai'i.   I'''.,,.
GEO   \    VLLEN,
HENRY WB8T,
Still Ociiiii Bunness at the Olfl Stand
W. McRAE,
f ��� <��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ----------- - ----���-~���y
Merchant Tailor \
VV. IM. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
r l_rd BlocV    New Wastmlnttar, B.C
RffORM RESTAURANT
varnarvon Si., between IM nt- Mm,
First Class Mi    sat
English, Japanese an.i ( hii esc   -.   es
From 1 5c. up.
Strar.ger Than Fiction.
A " :. 1. is just ti     .     .  New York
at tl;,. modest .. -������ ol 105 who bas live;!
for i;:.,:.;. yei rs on a diet ot bread and
milt.
One by one are or,r pet supcrsti!
shatter ���   a      w e rather .a,-.-, i ll     ,;
this is a case 1      is a      - .....
���
Our regi who lives ta
tho ... ll? has pu
the ;.   . st halt eet
i .--.. .   .    a
and : .   .      .. ,,..-.���   a
tbe hills.   Soi -     has been
In ttn .   .
nip  a    ��� .   . ;. ;
this, ho ��� ft' p-;    -���'     ��� ������-.-y,   in the
ise Ol �� >���  sort   of  expect   it,
though.
If   it. a pases   .>.r  ii-.is   kta_
shew up s Rtter ihc notion that
the l-.t.'. die young and l&cldMttaTty
�����-;r,  .!������ : respective .���entcna-
riflns of lots of fun.
-~��   GIVE IS A TRIAL
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS   OF   TEM
PERANCE   meet    every   Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. tn.. in Oddfellows
Hull, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to -'
tend, <;*o. Burr, S. C; N. R. Br.iwn
Sec.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Columbia  Strep'
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Firsl and
Third Tuesday ot every month In
K. of p. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Ron. Sec.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY   SURGEON.
Ute of Manchurlan Japanese Army
Service.
Office, 300 Westwcster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Residence Phone lid.       Ofiice Ho rs    |
Offlce Phone 2660.        9 a.m. to s, p.m. i
I'V- Hue nf Kiisllsh. Scotch anpi i;;sh
in..Ms and worsteds always in stock
Spring  slock npiw  in.    Matce vour
R��le��',ttoii.
���~i
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Manufaotureri of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Westminster
!��� Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
flaggatfe  dollvered    promptly  to  any
part of the City.
��� The Carruthers Manufacturing Co. j
VANCOL ,        C. I
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
PROPRIETRESS.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Light and Heavy Hauling \
'fl-n Thone l"j.      ;. Iw  eaone 137 J
______���_
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Offlce, Eighth 8trect.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
���.<^.sm>mm^^.'--A:,:...-.i��^gpm
Lorating Them.
'lie lores to s: alone in nipht nnd
listen f ftte mnsk oi Ehe spheres."
"The Spheres, eh' i never honr-d of
them. I sn|.|i,.si> that is the mime i.i"
pome musical family tli.'it lives next
door "
Sell Preservation.
"Whicli   tin   you   think   is   lhe   most
valuable ot onr senses?"
"Touch, cuilh ated  till   It  Is so siv-^i-
tlvo timi yon can tell beforehand Untl
you Me .'i''."'  to BxperflSnce It."
Happy Days.
"lliivinp Hi" hest time I Bvar had In
Riv life now."
"Why. whnl has happened?"
' All the 1*111 collfetors are off on a
(teen tlon."
Her Reason.
"She's a very enthusiastic girl."
"Yes; she consider* eSterr-sconce appropriate to her type."
*i
it    '
��� ��� ti
...
_
i
��� n
���E.
'
* [��� *
...
i
A i
'
: ���:.
M TME DAILY NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS
Pul ��� i bj The Dally News Punishing Com] my, Limited, at their
iff! es corner of Sixth an I Fron:
- .     -.  .few Westminster. E. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown P.   J.   Burde
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Transient dA;.!ay adver'ising, 10
cents er iine i_onparieii 12 Iin-.- to
the inch. Five cents per line for
eut_- . . mt Insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
������ents per lino, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Yot time coe'rac's. special positions, apply to advertising i_anager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50a Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to '.-.-���. etc., one cent per
���vord. N'o advertisement taken for
!<=>;., than 23 cent3.
TELEPHONES.
Ed.tonal    office    	
    22
    17
Manager's   residence   	
 277
- '������ �����' '
MONDAY. SEPT. 10,
1906.       ""
THE   KING.
.     - .      .    ���     . ���
I.
.'.   .��� I, i . .-      -    :.    . : ::e- -
at   ;. the ot i-, that "th
eopli     " ��� ������     id re
-���.. ...    .  .   that  has     ���- .    loi ������  b
;.-... ii il    the
���-. . ���     ���      King E      .: .  .
the ptacema ut A.
-   '.a-  srorl i.  and
circun     mei   has  t.% iti .1. ���   >���:. a   -
leai���- of ...i'i.-.. clt zens
...
Il is  intere ting    ���  look   .-.-.-   n  -
to thi ��� - le    thai   were   :..   .
twentj    e ..- ago that the iine of Brit-
-    -    ���-���  gns   ���'��� iuld end  with Q leen
- rl i     The esteem  in   which    the
..   is   bei j.   -aid   -he   wise ones,
will prevent   any movement   in    her
tin 3;     ;- after her, the re   . die, VSS
tai.-:.- of a   republic   now?    Not   .ni..
has Edward the Pe   ������       ei  won foi
himsell  a  place of lasting honor on
':'    ' orld - scroll ol fame, but he i. is
���I' monstrate I the fact  thai  the British form   ;' monarchichal government
furnishf-.- greater guarantee - : ass .:���;
free lom   md      aora le   progress    In
..'HOSCJN'IAV.--0* im'VS
3jC]E_J_ JOiGUl Ml    |UUM   TiOA    -31Q\
/^ps jo  toods e    .-iti  l.uop no.<
'w MDViajUEM no< **{/&
.-���'.    ind     Ini   -���'. ���
- ��� ���-- nn --: ���   ������ hi   . the
������.'   il  :.. in Aa _   levis   .
THE    LABOR    DELEGATE.
'.  Ran -1    Ma '���'
i     'Sue Labor :n the    E:.   sh
.. mse  of  Common-      whose     sail ng
the old countri on a round-the-
world   'rip   was   chronicled     in   *.he
News -ome weeks ago, is lueto
:   dve ;:: the pi o\   . .- this ��- ek.   He
a . -   -���   Winni] eg  on La    r a      in I
there talked a     it his trip    ..
;��� ���     ..���   b to a    ������ oi er.    His   ibjec
. i   a   word   I i  gei      - - i.    Wh i;
he    an  do to  pr imote harmon;   ai. I
adersi mding among  I  -��� labor
lugh    ��� ��� .-��� <���       '-. he ������'��� 111
i i Is own   roi   - i.a-    he
��� hei   to gi lei        n   to
gi Thai he    is     ��� ng note
conclus ���   .
following     -
W ini      ig   .:.-������   . ii ...
lemocracj   n nited States
Thei ���- . ilitica
the   indep
institul - ;
-   ��� ..
"  ige;   tips   an.   .
wholes     ������  thai       .- :..-��� I
In the UrJ.ii     States   he ts
tics .
.:.-.-       ���     lutionai
Germany, w Ith a . - ich
���������-,'        expects onl
!:.   Engl nd-,  we
ond the -'��� ��� si n stag
In class '��������������� .
..   n.    "���' .     elii   ���- in taking hold of sociel I g
tering its c mstl  .    a     ������'     . a itance,
�� ml to refor::. ioi     -      ha
:: eai ied    roperi    will g    .    _���-     i i
- ite."
-
1 1 .
���
....     . . -
'
���
re-
th -
-
tl -
;'
.-
���
e   co:.:
���
-
-
'  -���
.
-
-
-
���
.
.
- -  in
��� .
flavor.
A.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
...
:���        ns '       shipyards of
lakes .:..-���
���  -���        I the pi ia of
isu     -      -..   ip, 11        ��o   mai
-���-- ;. -   .     .     i odd
"  the length       a    oai   Is the
-   .   intioned   is   i  i   le In    I .  -
Eight o     ie :. ���:������   vesse - a ������
00 i fie over 600 feet in
ngth   with cargo capacit.  of 12,	
tons     " he facl that ' 11 ree mih -" of
s'-ich  are  buildin; at   i  cosl
$11,00 gives   me an  Id
��� ��� -���   traffl Inland  r :-.-.
-��� te s (
-    -   ��� _-.
���������-.'-. ie Vai
n el ��� -ii
> an at!     tfon b      la ex-
;  ".
���-    ���       .
: -   :
Sept. 10 In fiistory.
15J4���Sir 1
���-   ���       .--.. -       11 his crew: I
15
1797    M
.-   . . ...
���
1 Sl      Pe n
1S45���J
'I .      :
Stai rt.   died
1773
1SS1���Two ���    : I
-..a
: -'��� H
er. died
IS35���Empi
by    p i
A pi
hun
��
r     ���
���       .������   -
f Austl
-���     it
l    '.'.' 131    .      .
_    ���        terra
--:    1    it   Lass
A tn mth ago, i ie ancien   Cour
Love had its annual  session  al   .  in-
:: ow for the a ������ arding storii
litch   of   ba   in     TS ire  were  a -    a
itter of fact, two flit hes   I ...
... counsel, as  tel n : ml -: an I
there were two couples to claim I
as plaintiffs    They had a judge,    I o
.:. ;   .i  jury   (six    '..a: Ien -    an i    six
_in   i nn.n.ii   t:tmtr.
"Tes. I sent my uncle a telegram on
Wednesday to say I was coming. I
louder if he received It."
"I reckon he didn't, cos I seen him
th!q morula', an' he didn't brag about
no telegram."���Brooklyn  Lire.
gister E. M. Cam ross
':.     In Fee Sin n I
from tl        t nation o
District   ���:" S irrej
 -  late i
���-.   i'    : ��� i
���  certain pai    1 oi
.:. i   an !  premises  sit i ite.  A ing
and   being in  the  Distri- New
Wes   .   nste    i.i the Province o: Brit-
il irly knofia
[escribed as     .ota 6, 7, 8, 9, 17
Bio .. 25, Lots 15, 16, 17.  IS.
19 Bio     10 being parts o: Soutj West
Se tl >n 6, Township 7 air i
A 2, 3, 4, 5, Block 40 being parts
of  South   West  quarter    Section    6,
.-!;:.   7.   New   Westminster   Distri -
.You an i each of you   ire required
to contest the claim of the tax ; :r-
within forty-five lays from th
late    f the first  publication of this
notice, an: it. default of a cave I   ir
���: ��� '.- ite of lis pendens    elng file I
in such period, or in default  i :
redemption     before     registration.    I
'   register   E    M    earner --.   it
.-��� if In  :'���       I   i-     t thai
llcati -:. of ';..- no
.   ..     -a''- - .rhe i
:.   Ni       v.   -':. nster   will   be   -   id
- ifl      nt  service hereof.
t the Land  Regis ..   i iffl
In -������-.    Province of British Colun .-��� .    iy of Augusl
A   Ii.  1906.
C.   S   KE]
Reg il
niandn A  an,
.    .'  R itei:. an . v.
deau.
AH   per   ��� ���. -   served .   tl   -   no-
tl ���-. thosi       i     ng  thi mgh  or
under th -:.-.   ai ;    11 | ei - ms 11..
���  esi In the said land A- virtue
���..-������- i i  Instr tment, and
:.- . laii dng Interest in
the said land A   les ��� nt, whose title
��� it registere I un ler the pi ivisl ins
L ;. I Registry Act" shall be
rei   estop] e 1   m i   ie tai re I  from
- ' Ing ���'.y any claim I i or In respect
i!   he sai i iui i so sol I for I tx.es as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
Injuries we do and those we suffer
are seldom  weighed in the same bai-
IP^e ���S:r_rr.nn_
I'trntT  <if Talk.
"Yon Bay thai publ ������ ifficl il s I - tii
lng t-' say?" said th litor
"Yes," answered thi self confident r*
porter, "but he talked three innr ��� "-  if
an Iionr before 1 discovered it."���' . is;
lng*.ni Star.
W. R. Gilley. 'HMone !-_-_.
,   rt.  u nev.    rnone   it.c. a    r -
���i. h. Gflie) e 1-41
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents b. <_. fottery Co, sewer ;;
l_ocai agents Vancouver Portland    -
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. De
'Pf-one 1-b
pot
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers  and Dealers in AU Kinds  of
L.umb_r,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash    f
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxss.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Tel-phone 12. New Westminster.
Wanted��� V   ; c   >���      newly   Wanted    K      Hii  loo  la
calved    E  R i C ���;��� Lash  M in  Sing   N -   '    "
Wanted     V   once.      Men    tO   contract Wanted    at    Once    Qui.   .
for cutting ���"-, i to 10,000 cords o. ergetic boys     From 15 to 20
shingle bolts    Apply to the Fra^-r of a---.   Appl)  personall
River   Lumber Co. .liar. Can Fa tory  Slxtl  it   ���
FOR   MEN
i
You are invited to learn exactly the correct styles for Fall and Winter Footwear by inspecting
our new stock of
All   American   Shoes
The most up-to-date and swellest line of footgear manufactured, and the acknowledged standard of
fashion for men.   The All American has never before been shown in New Westminster.
Shoes for Women���The Edward C. Burt, manufactured in New York. The accepted models of
style and acknowledged the highest grade of Women's Shoes made in the States.
Utz & Dunn's Shoes, made in Rochester, N. Y. Another high-grade Shoe. Every pat :vn meets the
demands of fashion.
For iVfen and Women���Dr. Jaegers Slippers. English goods. The most stylish and most comfortable Slipper made.   We are Sole Agents.
Rubbers for Men, Women and Children���We have just opened 72 cases of Rubbers and
offer for your inspection the largest stock ever carried in the city. Round toes, pointed toes, broad
toes, narrow toes���no shoe too narrow, no sole too wide. Whatever the shape of the shoe, our
Rubbers will fit the foot.
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW DISPLAY TONIGHT.
The Leading Shoe S
mstrnm ���     .DAY,   SEPT.   10,   190.
THE DAIL\   NEWS
The Cash Store
SPECIAL
ANNOUNCEMENT
To the Ladies of iNew Westminster
and viem/ty.
>mmm-t
>*m��mmmm\
Local News Briefly Told
D. Mui el      ir EU       than   on   day eve   ag and lefl  yes   . :     on
e hi i C. P. R   exp
ending j end ie wil        nd a fi ends
I       extensive    li
"'   '     ' la3 taken   o th i Roy-     ...   . . wlli be .,...,,.
a! Colun esterd        il-      ..    ...-,,       . . _  ;        , ence.
ll  ������::.. a   :��� ... ,-     ....     ,   ,   [9
litlon Thei i will    i i     a eetli -   ��� the i 11
i.. mcil  111A- evening,  but  ll ia likely '
MiSS    il    .1.    ', i.   impSO-   Ol    I     ....   a_   a      tha)     ,,    ,    ...  ...,;.   ...       ,,,..  -j... ..r       ),���
spending a :       la  s in the cii    be-  called during the week for the purp se
fere leaving  foi   the Easl to �� mtinue   of  meeting  John  Ankers,   who    wlll
EXCELLENCE
of workman ii_h ls what makes furniture values,   our endeavor
i is to give these two <inaliii - in every article bought an 1 i ild. Our
$1.00 high back .lining chair possesses these in marked degree���
���hoy are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak'cobbler seat rockier Is
a leader au.l i- a winner; rxxmy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $1,5.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak   irun.-   from $7.50 each up
lit-.'
tudi-
attend  and explain   whj   he wenl    tc
i.inAa';.  wlthont leave    Other matters    |
I LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
\s  ....::  as   ui   bas compl ��������� ��� I  the
erection 0l'lhe new Chilliwack si ho,.!.   ""' also   '':i'   ': le* tu
Contractoi  .    Pebbles -.iiii coram .. ���-
il... ereel  m ������' %   L"A  :' 's'deni e    tor
Charles Brown  .A  ��*. "' cwillwack.
C. E. I'i.
The boys are getting- aJT" !" ' '"
tice  In  anticipation ol   the f!n��,.   ''""'
tests  In  connection  with the charm ,
,      -   .���  i    Al-.-   . ,11    .,..    ,.-     ,.    g lmeg       ,,.   (he
Dupont Illoik.
Telephone 73.
/
Our Grano1
Pall Millinery
Opening
TAKES    PLACE    OM
Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept. 1 1th and 12th, '06
���������������������������������������������������������������^ ����������������������������������������������������������������������������
\ ne-', departmenl has - ��� I to oui ilready progressive esi ibllshmenl -4ha
Although we have foi .- vei i - urea ��� ready-to-
wear hats���an.l. having secui da ��� artiste in the person of
Mi.-.- Keith, forme . o i leading Vai mver store, and prominent
. . ''an establishments   have i.   ��� I the  new   department
Several hundred ���        es ilbltlon Including    a
ber ol   gei  line   New   "i :      - -    also   i large    stock of
tnlngs, Includ  ig   he aevi ������- li  silk and couche velvets, silks,
Is,  feal bi   -.   vlngs, quills, dgreti es, o prej s, etc.
Man.,   of���though  D '   :i . hats are   large  In  size���the  tim
leading   Ga.ii         mghs a 1        i     -"  are  the  quaint,
b crowned       lets of a ceni u      ago.
Empire   -                 dai      'ed ad the               i   v con e I mpe,
iwnlsh grey, then follow br >s and crushed      laci    ��� : j
al A.- C   P. R.    -    .     bTreas'irell-V^-     " Enc| Methodis( 3   lefeal the Pres-
Ing tl i..-'   .-���:.���   lefi .... .-���,-..      [Oi    '""���li;  Hid Baptisl  I 0) .s wii-  ll,v"
Vancou       where  he  .-.   I fin  B    ,,.;.'! ' M,a3  08   with  'hem  for first A:l'"'
In the C P. R. officer as revising   "* {he Metb ! ii_''  : ���>'���  ,:'"    Baptist*j
freight clerk. will  be al  the he id ol    be   iei les for
this   vea
A  ' eet'ng ':    !;'   :   ai '   -:-':    '"      romori ,.  evening   the Ri'shl  R v.
��� ,:'    ���     ' -���   I    of   Blshoi   M  n uomerv, secretar ���  ������'  "��� -
'       ' '     '     ������'���<-���       '���   So  lei      ���   ;    thi     P   ..,-������:   a      >       (h.
' '--  "���   <-    el,     .    ,isii    Us ,.     and      <*"
AT THE
...
an i   give
'    ��� he;   t ,
Among ; he \ ell - a e flowsi
motoi  p.-:!-. piai thin me_
��� ither
��� .      -    .-���    ' 'all
id   :' '"    ' ainv
During the  milliner    openii .���  as       i      splaj of Dress Goods,
���'���������-. Ribbons, Novelties, Linen   Draperies, Coats, Suits, etc., will be
.I.-     Vou are     rdlallj  invited       al
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia "St., New Westminster, B. C.
��� ��� bi  , resented with I Ire s froriv' 'lit-'
'���   ��� ex.    ri-..   : :   the Synod for ths     ��� '���--
" ������' ���    ���      ���' '':- trict.   T ���   meetii ���           ,.-       ,.   In
n   Ra A-                                      29 S!   ''*' "���'" s  hal1 ;""'  "   ls exi'ecte  I
acres i       -   . -      nr to i      0"r. that during the evei Ing b i Lordship  j
nagi     a                    a-t sold anotb       '       lve ' '   ' '   ' "   " ' "    le
...        t... ,   ,.      . .; "   ''   -:   -"���   'I.
' ",.        '' :   '                           '            -'                      idles - '       '  T.p-si-
:'(. :   aim se     i           - .... his i ew]
[ul.'ed j   - ������-.. ns.
Boys' Cravenette Shower Proof Coats, $6.00 and $7.00.
fitting boys from 8 years to 11 years.
'���   ac'   cham] . inshi      In    th       nterntedlate T    ,   .,
series win  ,   layed;   Queen's Park I J- oiltha C ravenette Shower Proof Coats, $6.50, 57.00 and*
. bi   k.- es   . .    er Tenn .- i   .
wii:
on Saturda;   aiten nhen the Ea��l Jjg {,{) g^^Ji
antl  West en i teams  .-.ill
hold Its aiii all   -n Friday night in   '""'   " caL cuu usams  ����' again cro��s
St. George's Hall     Ha.p_.-_ orchestra I ��t,ck,f-   Nelt;he > teams have had
has Q engaged to su ,.   ... mu- :"'"':i practice :"'   ���   ' j    " wea" Bovs lUiick Rubber Coats, $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
Isle and .i.e committee pro   ises mak    lher   is   favorable'   l '"    ""^  will   be
lng the dance one of the most enjoy-! out fvery evenias this * �� �� t0   -ftv      r ijuj, q       tt;     , oc i
able 0i   ,        '    set Into shap* for Saturday, and thej   JJOyS   JilaCK bOU   \\ esters, oDC each.
exi i  to be able to pui  up a   good
Henry  Hugh    McKenzie,    the    six-   game when the;   meei  ou the field,
months-old - in   if a E inner ol  Wo id-
ward's land a,    lli .  lasi Sa  ; day at-       Buyers   ''"'  the ,i;-'   ;":' tba    w'':i'
ler a s ��� iUness.    The b .i    will ���-> ' ""' ':is'",s,'d ":" "' ��-- -"-'���' *<*e of
roughi   ...... ,.::   :.... Transfer  today,   "" :'"'! >''il!" tlme '"'" iM] continue
and will be burled iu the Oddfellows : ' "' found' :""' Cil Treasurer McQuarrle says that he has callers nearlj  eyery  day who are anxious to in
The  R.  i'. Rithel   . i i':_..'  in  from  vest  in  property.    Several  parcels of
Victoria en Saturday   nright   u    large   land have been disposed of since th"
consignment   of   g ineral  merchandise   sale   was   held,  and    Mr.   McQuarrle
foi  li  B, ll_'.l of Chllllwack.   She al- expects that the demaua will continue
so  brought ln   a  heavy  shipment   of   tor some time  to come;
materia]        the N<w Wesimnis.er G.is   ������^������������^������__________.
Works,
i emexerj
PHILLIPS
THE   CASH   CLOTHIER
.Mrs. John Maxwell, an all time re
-ident of Langley, died at her iius
bands residence lasi Friday, al the agi
of fifty-four. The funeral will ta
place ti .1... al Langle i en etery. Th
funeral arrangement - are In Ui
hands of D   Mui   'ii'p
|n|"C Hil|P 11  MppL0 j>>:�������>>������������ ���������������>>��� **^^^^
��� The Popular Entertainer I
Four Indigent In ii ins were Bhel er-
ei! in the police statdon on Saturday
night, ihey being unable to secure accommodation al anj of the hotels, and
having ni teni or shelter of anj k.nd.
They were sent to the station by the
Indian agent, to whom thej ha 1 u. -
plied   for  assistance.
The funeral <A Emily Myrtle Burnett, the slxteen-months-old daugh.er
ol D. H. Burnett, wil take plai e al ���'���
o'clock this afternoon from the I'.un-
II; residence, Third streel and ;-ixih
avenue. The child died from n \ loleai
attack of summer co_ ,.i..ii', aud will
be '.mi.' i ia the ' 'I Ifellows cemetery.
Dialect Arti-t
Dramatic Reader
Monologist and
Ventriloquist
Presbyterian Church
SAPPERTON
;���:
���;
���:
.���'
>
>:
>:
.���.
>���
i
[
MONDAY, SEPT. 10th.  8 P. H. |
Admission 25c
E.   P.   Bell  and  a  couple of Irion 11
...:,,.  m . ii  Sal ii' -i.i ���   nlghl   ir. in    ii
a . a lng expedition on  Maj lie Island
'i'i:.--,   claim lo havi   nad u first-class      Totonto      Suturdav       Ni^iu   Mrs.  'I:
time and as a resull of iheir pjowesa   Meeki   Is u graceful and accomplished   ��J
i   ighl i.ai-K with then   .. ntia. buck   t'locutlonl Sk
leer,     i    wild     ducks,    .nm   several      Seattle    P.-l     For two hours    Mit   i
READY
FOR THE
OPENING
FNE STOCK OF NKW
SCHOOL
BOOKS
THE RIGHT KIND OP SCFUKBLERS,
EX_JRC.SE Books, I'ADS, PENCILS,
RUBBERS,  ETC.
1. j. MACKAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
    blue groi   '���
:. a i i i irowe, Vi li" a is fo   a num-
.-    . ,  years a   i esljeni  ol  i hi    cltj,
W ill   lu i.e  in   the  i oiiit.   ol ;. .. ���      a
; i. Mi Master i Inlversttj, Toronto,
where he wlll i oani �� u e hi - Blrsl year
in Arts, lie Bpen.1 yestord ij in the
citj saying good bye ij d number of
bl ��� old  friend i.
u.-it i entertained  her listeners with
n programme i ; an unusual d
i'\.-eiaT. ii     ;lei    dialed
��� ��� llorjuls a can  icai eel i   n
San   l'i an. i.. i  r.ill    \i
e\p-eiie:.i worli was lilghlj appreciated   ,��.
'�����> .>��� ��
and    ven y
ixi ell '.i J
Meekti - a
her   RUllltMll e
itlonal talent,
She po ise is ���:. e>.
With a feeling of pride, as well as pleasure, we
now announce the arrival of our Men's Suits I'or
Fall anil Winter wear.
Our Garments are far superior to the ordinary
sort that confront you everywhere, and they
come to us directly from the workshops of the
World's most noted Makers.
There's many a new turn in the Fall Fashions,
and we feel sure that you will be interested in
every detail.
We shall take pleasure in showing you ai! the
fresh ideas and style kinks, and we will dr. | I
hint by saying that there is nothing like mak ng
your selections early, before the very bes: things
have boon chosen, >
\ ery truly yours.
H. L. DeBECK
The Cash Clothier
Nexl Thursday evening ihen- will
be n public missionary meeting In
Si   Paul's Reformed Episcopal church.	
The   chair   will    bo    --.,.��>!   ...���    BOV, JAMES   MoKAY.   Proprietor
Mr,   Henderson,   and   Lev.   \     de  13,
Owen   will  give  an  mi Iro �� on    the        Import
work among the Blood Indians of thi
Northwest,    A  nils-lnnai \    colloi i ii
will be taken during the evening
B. C. Monumental Works'" " '���"*
V
I
8
I
�����
���'
i
���
��'
i
I
!
:
i
I
\
-
5
��_x*x*r<->>>'^.��>">''* -��.*��**����* t
mill   miiniifai'liiian'  of
it. Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
The general conforom u of i io M<
ii""11'1 churc Cft"H<>����" !"'   Tabids, Tombstones Bt,
Montreal on  uv ine uia> nexl      "his
conferonco Is consider    ba   ot Writ, lor pfttHst,
greal Importance  iu tleiiom_natlon N"vv w,,tmln>Hf> *' c
ami   l|   onlj    hei I   onre   III   lour   ) V ll 'i
_lrf<-4l��  lipHrrnmfiil   Viavi'��
I'aiia:.-- ..   S,-   i     S      IV- ���    .
. p-iM-a   :   -Til    \t.-a .ae      ���:,'        ' ll     V_
l\aUI lm-;  :-.    i. .. ��� '
tl-TP'-    .ill.I     ��,' a'.'        ,     <���     ���:.   ���<   ���    -I  ������
a,','/. i'M'      .'< I     .,- I     a   Ma      . '
NOTICS.
Special Sunnier Courses
SPROTTSHAW
Business Institute
>:�������:��.��:��tM^^ Nl " Weitinln_to.- will hu r.pr9_��nt-d
S " " ""*' V   li    Rev,  Ur. sipioeii. mid Itcv. W   II
I   """
I
"The Milwaukee
WATCHES
We have not only thc largest $ Barraclough
and best stock of WATCHES  J
in the city, but also have the
sole  agency for the HAM1L-
Thli iivonln i  a   i ite i ivi>   nf ill'
!���,    J Oling   pooplll   "I    Hie     Ollii'l      I' ip I -I
V   cIiiiitIi   .vill Join in'.v   to Vmu mn io   io
-rii* rio��"��> Um(_��^M st i^swi to
CMts*��, "sm��M< l.iw" <>vft_hM4i
Chi.nue. "S.mii^ West Limited"
KiftMi- ��''<>  Ki Chicago.
\e   i',Mii��   (ft  tho   service   on   anyl1'"' a'  :i   ': '      :i
N.Mi.v iS IftTCfcp) s;\-en thnt SO days
���nc-,   j_W 1  ir.rond to make appllca-
,f  ii,Mi ie Ui> honorable the Chief Com-;
���iii"i,-ir,.v,  oi  Lands and Works, for 336 Hastings Street W.. Vancouver
^^Tv���,ial Lireiue to cut and carry away \
.timber from the foUowiiit: dsscribed!
lands, i-altuaied Eastfc tl:o huad ofj
Pitt Lake, X. W. njrt.vi.  Commenc-I
._KI I
id on th�� North i
Lim tprl.
R. J.  SR^' T    B. A.,  Pnnipal.
H. A. SC^.VEN, B.A., Vice Prin.
J. P. CUNNINGHAM, Set
; aiiiiipaie in n  rally m Hie    Yeiiuii iiiih'".'  in  1'     ... .rid that
1'enp'len     li'ilei    nr   ihe     iiii.i.i   '"iiupm^iM  tl the  Chic
 ..Ilea   ���r   New    WemililiiKler     ,, '.|   U'1"K(-'*   &   8
Viini'oiivi.r,  In  iln-  KiiiiAoH     HapU*l U!H"  '^A '"���
suuai   ni
lum h
ij  TON WATCHES which for accurate time keeping 8
& ,���.
cannot be beaten. fi
W. (.CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Columbia SL ��! m,��, vv.,���w���i.., ,., iMWt��mu&
*nd ulitiitti?
Hive ��l��"i;
.ist   COI
���.: ..  M .;    .-i'i claii
i le.-y    SO   '. ir   a
sleeping '. them s S
ains and!80
lence   ol
S. G. T��Y,
-ie,
��� ienera'. Agen
x't. Fortland, Or.
if  th# E.   O.   Patterson
1003, thence Northerly
eiice  West    80    chains ��� ��� �� *
SO;chatos,-1.then��W'-Sflsi   PlANT8iCW^(
Int of (.iMnDitniceTeerii
Sta ���       igu��t lath, jjoo|fe;_ **
a\mi.;s gjjilMp-f-':     iTe
New \Vettn____i   H-L. C. .I.
irt
I
ii   ���-
" i
���j.. '   .
s THE   DAILY   NEWS
MONDAY
SOMETHIN
u
TO   SELL
By Francis  A.  Corty
Copyright,  MOB, by  \V.  Ii.  Caldwell
At the ringing of the doorbell a blush
blended suddenly wiih the happy smile
on Elizabeth Mellen's lips. It was
Teddy Davenport, of course; Hadn't
he called regularly at this hour of the
afternoon for weeks and weeks?
"I'm so glad you've come, Teddy,"
she cried, giving him belli her hands.
She always hnd for him this warm,
impulsive greeting. But Davenport
was not responsive for once. The slender. Jeweled hands were quickly released. His lips wore no answering
smile. There was a new line in his
face.
"Something has gone wrong, Teddy,"
islie said in her quick, direct way.
"Yes.''
"Is it so very, very bad?"
"A.s I..nl as it well can lie," lie groaned.
Elizabeth paled a little. Teddy was
not one t.i take alarm at nothing. But
instead of asking what troubled hlm
she drew a Illlie nearer am! said:
"Let tlie unpleasant news wait. I
wain to tails of something else. Yesterday we were debating whether we
would announce our engagement at
once er uot until nexl month. Why not
settle iln- question now?"
"That's tlie very thing I came to talk
about!" he exclaimed. Then lie went
en hurriedly, before she could make
any rospons ���.
"Elizabeth, I'm glad now that we
t.' .k ia. one into our confidence. 'Twill
make things easier an.l better for you.
You are :: i weakling; you may a.s well
have the truth straight out. I very
much fear that everything will have 11
lie given up."
She looked at him for a moment as if
stunned.    "What   what do you mean'.-"
"You know, dear, nearly my whole
fortune was put Into Lookout mine. I
so wauled to double It. Then I'd be
as rich as you. A man likes to have
as much money as the woman he weds.
So I took a desperate risk. Everything
promised well at first, but I've just bad
its shelf, ran her finder down th* long
r-oliniiii of names until sue came to the
letter S. Then she called up Mr. San
ford ef the legal firm of Sanford .v
Rojlins, and the following conversation
ti ok place:
"Tr. Sanford. you have charge of
Mr. Theodore Davenporfs business affair-v"
"Tes."
"Is it true that liis Lookout shares
hnve greatly depreciated in value?"
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 of the Interior to locate
claim; c mtaining iron and mica, al- 1
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
"Excuse me, madam.   That is a pri- area not exceeding 100 acres.
vate matter.   I cannot dlspfi__ ir thhp t--               .  t                        .
astraneer"                                 " mza The   patent   tor  a  mining  locati
"Ynu ".'���'..'. i,,', 1       ���   ��� 1     ..    ��� sha"   Prov><ie  for  the   payment  of
por      -,          ,     0'    I-"1'    f ��� DaV-en- R��3-aIt-v of 2* P* cent   of. the sal
pon   uas   just   gone   Irom   here.
;one from here. I'm
Miss Elizabeth Mellen of Gramerey
Park."
"Ob-ah- yes!" It was curious���the
change that had come into the voice at
the other end of the wire. "Of course,
then, it Is quite unnecessary to keep
anything back. The mine is in very
bad ship' iven worse than Davenport
is aware.''
"I'd like to have a talk with you, Mr.
Sanford, if 1 may. Can you call at
my house this evening at .1 to meet my
business manager':"
"I will come with pleasure, Miss
Mellen."
"Thanks, 'if course you understand
that Mr. Davenport is nol to know of
this."
"You can rely upon my discretion."
"Th.".t is all.   Goodby umil 8."
The   following   afternoon   Elizabeth
; sal   waiting  with  flushed  cheeks  ami
I shining  eyes.    On   the  Btroke  of  the
clock   Teddy   bounded   up   the   steps.
I Without giving the si rvants a chance
to announce him,  he rushed  into tha
of the  products  of  the   1 ..'ation.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. VV. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claim- generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5. renewable yearly, tin the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being too
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, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims _oo feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
an 1 the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of live 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 bed- or bars of the river
beliiw any low water mark, and -ub-
for first y��ar and $10 pp'r mile f )r each
Royalty   same   as
drawing room  ami  caught her  in his subsequent   vear
arm-. ,             .  . ���
placer mining.        ^^^^^^^^^^^_
Such wonderful news, my darling!" Placer mining in the   Yukon Tc--
."   cried joyously,  kissing ,K���    -San. ritory-Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
fold   has  -.id  my   Lookout  shares at c|aims   .hall
pur   to   somebody   with   more
   money
tban brains! The mine can't he in
such a hopeless condition as I was led
tu believe. Sanford dropped a hint
that the new owner has been Investl-
gating privately and knows '...hat he's
about. Well, he's welcome li make
what he can out of it. U's off my
hands, thank heaven! And now we
will announce our engage,1.eat as soon
as you please."
"Then   let   It   be   t unorrow,   Teddy.
Elizabeth   murmured,   ivitb   downcast
eyes.
There was a punctured silen -a.
"I���I have a prejudice against long
engagements." she whispered presently. "Why not be���married���-in three
weeks'.'"
"You darling!" he cried.
*        *        *        *        *        *        ��
At the first stop on tii :r wedding
Journey Elizabeth dived to the very
bottom of her trunk for a mysterious
package. With this tightly clutched in
hands that shook a little in spite of
herself, she confronted her husband of
au hour.
"Teddy,"   she   began   rather  tremu
lously, "it is the custom to make gifts
Oil 1111 oeeasion  like  this.     Suppose you
and 1 Inaugurate ^^^^^^^^^^
have something to sell if you can b>
Induced to buy."
Smiling u_to her solemn fai
ed teasingly:
"Is it a I-i.--.-.?"
"Of course not.
see for yourself."
He stared hard
not exceed 2S0 feet in
length, measured on the ba-e line or
general direction of the creek or
^ ilch, the width being from IOOC I 1
_. a feet. All other placer cl urns
shall be 2-0 feet square.
' lims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing n .-
tices. Entry must be obtained within
'en days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder'- offi :e.
One extra day allowed for each addi-
lional ten miles or fraction.
Tiie person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of .a new mine is
entitled to a claim of 1000 feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1300 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall he
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
".f two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
lur diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
departure.    I   mark on each alternative leasehold.
he
The lessee shall have  a  dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the  lease for each  five mile?
but where a  person  or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
But���   dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10
lt the half dozen doc-   per annum for   each    mile    of river  &
uments  she spread  out  on  the  tablft,   leased.      Royalty  at the  rate   of two  j
How absurd!
HE   BTAIUJD   11.UU1   AT   TITK.    II .il,]
DOCUMEXTS,
a wire from hjadqitarters.   The mine
lias gone smash   wlit..r. you sen���utterly worthless.   N'obody would take it as
;i gift."
"(lh. Teddy, I'm so sorry!" she said.
"of course it means financial ruin.
I'll have to begin again at th'' bottom
of the ladder. It may lake ywirs to
work my way up. It would l.e unjust
to you  to ask you to  '.vail.    I   will  not
1)0 u.   1 give you bad: your promise.
i'OU lire free."
A sudden ll'"mbling of tiie white lips I
showed what the words cosl I im. The
look on liis haggard face went to lib/.
nbeth's heart, she was deeply in love
with Teddy Dnvenport. She loved him
for his handsome face, his manliness,
Ills courage and strength, his high notions of honor. Willi a swift, Impul
nive gesture she -lipped iwo slendpr
white arms, lost at the elbow in enchanting frills of laee, .about his noek.
"But I don't want to !����� free," she
cried. "'Hi. what a goose ymi nre,
Teddy! As if I hadn't money enough
for us both and wouldn't deem it a
privilege tO share llll I po--.se.ss with
you!'
then as the truth dawned slowly
bim his face grew white. H^^^
"These are Lookout mine certificates
made out lu your name! Elizabeth,"
ho cried sharply, "expi,iin! What dues
this mean'.'"
"Oh, Teddy, forgive me." she pleaded, kneeling beside him in the ml irable
humility of a proud but loving woman.
"I couldn't give you up. I could not.
And I saw a way out of it. thank
heaven, I bought up these shares ol
yours secretly"���
Sho stopped, silenced by n bitter cry
"And I'm a poor beggar after ill,"
he groaned.
"Nothing of the sort." she declared
eagerly. "You've been too busy gertlng
ready to be married to watch the market reports, I suspect.   Look nit shares
upon   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 1 term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boun-'
dary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall hive one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six year-
from such date. Rental $100 per mile.
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
tou, hod par three days ag.,   and they     ,No free J���61" 5hall receive a grant
' ._   of  more   than   one   mining   claim   on
each   separate   river,   creek   or   gulch, ' j
went up three addit'Ii mil points yester
day. You've made a hundred thou
sand"���
but tlie same miner may hold any
���.lumber of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of 5.' A claim maj be
ali oi io::''.! and anotlier obtained on
'be same creek, gulch or river, by
giving  notice and  paying  a   fee.
Work   must   be   dune   0:1   a   claim
' 1  '1 year to the value of at least $joo.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^J     A   certificate   that   work   has   been
COAL���Coal  lands  may    be    pur- abandoned,  anad open  to  occupation
chased  at $10 per acre for soft coal   '':l'1 entry by a free niilu'r-
ami  $jo  for anthracite.     Not  more     Berths on their sleepers are longer, I
than 320 acres can be acquired by one. hiSher -lnd wider than in similar cars,
individual   or   company.      Royalty   at : on    'v,-v   ot,1cr   lil1!''      Tlley   Protect j
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 ' their tra5ns ''^ the B,ock System,
pounds shall be collected on the gross      The boundaries of a claim may be;
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
He released himself resolutely from   output.
the clasping arms.
"Yes, Elizabeth, I know you would
do ft. und willingly, If I would permit
the sacrifice. But I will not. How
can I talje so much and give nothing
in return V
"You 'vill give yourself. That is
enough."
"Not from
tempt  me.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certtneate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum fur a company,
according to capital.
man's standpoint, Don't
had this flgbt out by
myself before I came, I shall always
love you, always be true lo you, but
until fortune smiles again we can be
only friends."
Elizabeth   loved   bim   the   better  f<..
his unyielding firmness anil pride   Af
er lie hud  gone she stood  for a   long
time at the window, the light gone ou
of  ber   beautiful   eyes.     What   11   pit;
that so paltry a thing ns the loss of ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fortune should wreck the happiness of j The claim shall be recorded within
two lives!    Could nothing be done?       fifteen day. if ocated within ten miles
Suddenly a thoughl came to her like j of a  mining recorder's office, one ad-
an  Inspiration and she acted  upon  It  ditional   day   allowed   for   every   ad
at onoe.    Crossing the wide hall fo a  ditional   ten   miles   or   fraction.     The
small room at the rear of the library,- fee for recording a claim is $5.
she took the telephone directory from      At least ftoo must be expended on
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
tSOOxISOO feet by marking out the
'inue with two legal posts, bearing
tion notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
i west Territories and within the Yukon
I Territory, are open to prospecting for
j petroleum, and the minister may re-
; serve for an individual or company
I having machinery on the land to be
! prospected, an area of lyjo acres for
I such period a.s he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
'i'm'es fhe breadth. Should the prOV
pector  discover oil  in   paying  quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
liscovery, an  area not  exceeding 640
acres,  including the oil well,  will be
-old to the prospector at tbe  rate of
^1  an acre, and the remainder of the
trad   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
vill be sold at the rale of $.} an acre,
uibject to royalty at such rate as may
be    ;. icified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister  of  the  In  J
terior.
DeDt. Interior.
And the only way to keep posted vs read the
Daily News
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
10 Cents
Per Week
HINT TO
MERCHANTS
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to al
most every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you. II
ND*
V   SEPT. 10,  1906.
... \ecis!at,vc 4<-���
THE DAILY NEWS
HERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Mi nufactured and guaranteed by
ALBERTA.
CAGARY,
F.   G.   DAWSON. Ac'ent. 145 Hastings Street, West. Vancouver.
&&_&��
BURNABY CORPORATION.
Sale ot Lands oy Public Tender.
��� Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title t i the undermentioned proper-
���" tenders for the purchase of thi sari  .
THE CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
.   All tenders to be in writing, and addressed to me at Box 34, New Westmins-
sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land."   They must be mailed in sufficient
time 1   . ach the post office mentioned on or before ! o'clock on Friday, the 21st day of
Si ��� . 1906.
_ .  Luch tender must be accompanied by a mark',; checque, or cash remittance, of
���Ait. of the total purchase money.   Such deposit will be applied towards the first
:' purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, ar.d mcasi ��� oi n m-accepted
���     ers it will be returned.
3). In all cases where the total purchase money does not exceed $50, casli within
of acceptance of ti . er, will be required.
4). In case- where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 days.
e-third within 6 months^and one-third within 12 months, in each ease reckoning from,
��� ��� : acceptance of tender, with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, will
ved upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement for Sale : or the whrle amount
��� paid at once.
15), Title will not be given until completion of purchase.
��� i. The Council do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any tender.
R G. WALKER, C. M. C
P. 0. Address- Box 24. Xew Westminster, B. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.30
Westminster Iron Works
GAME DISAPPOINTS
IS
19
Descrij ti n of I an
| Disti ict
Bli
A' pr ximal
M   .p-aia-me;;
Acreag
(more or li
A   essed Vi   n
as j" r Ri 11
1906.
U l'-l t Pi...
So ih i
-
South)
ISouthj
29
29
,;u
30
M
30
30
.. .
....
pill
17
1
1
4
L
L
I.
Li
L
A
3 in ll'
:: in 19
3 in IH, &<
29
Cl and 02
I
12
20
JI
&c
.te
l'l
9.1
vi
'.'!
'.'1
'.'1
111
91
l'l
'.'l
91
91
'.'1
i'i
91
SU
'.'I
lit
i'i
l'l
91
ia
91
'.'1
98
98
9!
102
160
34
i South��
i South i
7 and 8
7 and 8
7 an I 8
7 and 8   |
l. 2 (Central
:: ami .1   I
.'I   iill 11     I      i
;: and i
6
ll. 15       j
lt;
|-6
16
17, is
20 lo :'t |
26
26
24
���111
60
20
.'1
-I to 0
7 .c 8, Part i
10
L'n
6, 7. B, Part :
:���>, 10, ii
98 to 113
194
320 to 334
10
1 to 14
I   In   IS
1   III   IS
1 to 18
1 to is
L to 14
I  In 7
1  to 7
I  to s
: in lu
17
l'n
I  anil  L
���I. 5, 6
7  U> IH
���"'.  li
s   9, 12 to 20
lo 10
anil Ll
1
16
1
IB
l
14
ib
18
IS
IS
JI
11
1 anil
2 and
W' i
i.i WV4
I
G
:\ERAL  M '
MJ
'���
���yi'.LK.
Sl IP SMI
l.v
STRTJCTU
RAL  ���
Omar" Iroi    Wo    ,   U
Fi      s, Gates, Fire I 5, etc.
Moil orders snd corres
��� Ited,
JOHN REED,
BEGBIE -llll.i.i.
Net Westminster, _*. o. 474.
Canadian Paciiic
Royal Mail Steamship
Nexl   En   ress  sails Sepi    7tl     1
,'i-:      N  '.\   ;-  the  time  ti   make ar-
ngemect s that   pi
oss thi    -tlantlc and you might as
travel In stj le and 0 mfoi t and
save money. Fi     rates  und  \ ar-
-  apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.   AGENT.
9   acres
$15 per acre
$70
,. re
60ft  \ 154 f: e.icli
25 per lot
'e
���
60ft x i.'.-i fi each
25  per lot
30
..    '.1
G Ifl  s 154  ft  each
l'.'i per lot
10
pi
Cl x 132ft
25 per lol
:;:,
! er lot
CO x i.'tt't each
25 per lot
35
. ���   lol
62 \ 140ft each
30 per lol
35
per lot
02 x 140ft
30 per lot
in
per lot
6b x Untl
30 per lot
4 0
per lot
C2 x  140ft  eaeh
in per lol
50
per lol
li x 122ft each
���in per lot
all
1 er lol
60 x  145ft
35 per lot
i"l
per lot
6C X 113 ft  each
Le  per lot
25
per lot
66 \  113ft
35 per lol
35
per lot
66 x   ll.'t't   each
LT.   per  let
25
per lot
L aeres                       ,
7.' per acre
111
per acre
76  x   132ft
in per lol
45
per  lot
nil x 13211 each
L',"i  per  lot
25
per   lol
66 x  I32fl each
20 per lol
20
1 er lot
66 x 13211 each
20  per  lol
L'll
per lol
66 x  132ft each
20  per lot
20
per lot
mi  x  132ft  each
L'i  per  lol
LO
; el lol    r   ���
66 x  132ft each
20  per lot
L'n
���.-  lol
66 \  I65fl eai h
-'-1   per   I'll
20
��� '    ol
1.1'.   X    I65fl   ea. h
25  per lot
La
1 er lot
61 x  185ft each
25  per lol
26
per lot
66 x  I08%fl  each
20 per Id
LU
per lot
r..' \ 111M..11 ,.,i. h
20 per lot
20
per lol
I',   \ 1.-.:,r:
L'n  per  lot
25
per lol
54H   X   165ft   each
20 per lot
26
per lot
66 x 108V_fl   each
L'n  per  lot
L'n
per lot
66 x 108%fl each
20  per  lot
L'll
per lot
11;  x   L08%f1   each
lh per lol
LU
per lot
90 x 204ft
26   per lol
L'.'i
per lot
90 x  L'i'III  each
26   per ht
25
per lot
102 x  ISOfl  each
L.".   per  lot
26
per lot
102 x   I80fl  each
sSi per lol
25
per lot
2 aeres
nn per acre
70
per acre
63% x   1 L'l ft  each
20 per lot
L'll
per lot
IH x 166ft
L'll   per   lot
LU
per lot      ,
49 x 165ft each
Lil per lot
20
per lot       \
58  x   165ft   each
20  per lol
LP
per lul
_ acres
all per acre
50
per acre
68   x    H'.al'l   each
Lu per lol
I'd
per lol
68 v   ii'iafi   each
Ln per lol
:'ii
per lot
>   \    165fl    each
20  per  lol
20
per lot
_ acres
Mi pfir acre
60
per acre
6 acres
r.n per acre
50
per acre
58   \   ll.al'l   each
LO  per  lol
LP
per lot
68   x   H'.afl   each
lh per lot
Lil
per lot
:, acres.
mi per acre
SO
per acre
91.100 of acre
f 11 per aeie
80
per acre
1  acre
sn per acre
80
per acre
HI  acres
22 per acre
L_
per acre
25 71 acres
tn per acre
B0
per acre
-V
ilw^lJ^S-S
.^
Tenders ter a  License tc Ciit Timber
Tender  for  a   License  to  Cut Timber
en   Dominion   Lairds   in   the   Province  of   British  Columbia.
��� ��� ers addressed    10     he
Timbei   and   Mines   Branch,    De]
ment of the Interim, and marked on
,.      .        Tenders foi   Tin. ��� r
Bi     1   X".   4'.''.,'    will lie  receivea   ;-t
��� ��� _1   until noon on  Wed-
I e 10th day of Octol 1 1   1906
ense to cul timi ca 0    Eerth
N'o.   196,  comprising   l.e'.--'.1  Sub-dhis-
Section   17 axel Legal  Sub-
dlvision 12 of Section IS in Township
4". easl  of the Coasl   Meridian, con-
a area of 80 ai n =   n    1   ��� r
less
A   survey   of  this   bei '1   must   he
adi   v ithin one year  fr .���:��� the   dace
it   is  trained.
The   regulations   under    \<hi b     a
ensi   will he issued,  also    printed
form- ol tender and envelope, may be
tained al this Departmenl or at ihe
office m the Crown Timber   _gent
\. i\   Westminster, B.  C.
tender mus;  be  accompanied
,.u accepted cheque on a chartered
I ank  in favor of the Deputy of ihe
- ��� ���    of   the   Interior,     for     the
ml o_ the Bonus which the appli-
-  . repared to pey for a license.
.No tender by telegraph will bi   en
������ : . iim
PERLEY  O.   KEYES,
Secre'ary.
Lacrosse   Team   From   Terminal  City
Gets a Good Drubbing at
Queen's Park.
en Dominion Lands in the Province   Departmenl of the Interior,
cf   Br.tish  Columbia.
Ottawa, August 25th, 1906.
Si al< I tendeis ...i lies-' 1 to 1  ���   i
fice 1    I he Commissioner ol i - -minion
I ��� Di pai tn enl of tiie Interii .
and mai ked on lhe envi lope "1
foi Timber Berth No 495," wil] be
received at this Department until
noon on Wednesday, the 12th daj of
September, 1906, .for a license to cut
timi t .'ii Bei I a No 495, situate in
the Province of British Columbia on
Silver River In about Townships 1 and
1. Ranges 25 and 26, Wesl of tl 6th 1. ., N-
M': i.i.ui. (omprislng two .... ,ie-
scrlbed as follows:
Block 1. Commencing at a point on
said river on the Southerly boundary
"' Timber Berth 489, being aboul 8
1-2  miles  up said   River    fi - tn
II OUth;     thence    up    said     Rivi :     i
1 2  miles  in  .!'"-'.;  dlstan e  with  a
P. p h  ei  50 . bains on  the  '��� . - ���
side ami 7ii chains on  the V* esti  Ij
si.ie thereof, men-ured al ���'.'     ns ���
10 the  gem ral bearing 1
within  I hi   bloi :-
Block   L     Commem lng   at  a
on   said   river   al 1  r    10    1 '��� tins
Btream  from the Southe inda 1
in  Block   1;  theni e up 4 1-1
miles in dire 1 dis ance with a di
. :' 'e chains on the Easterly Bide 1
7'1 1 hains on the W< sterl;  Bide 1 hi 1
of. measured at  right  angles to thi
genei al  bearing ol   1 Iver within  tl ���
block.    The whole contains an  an
"i 8,640 acres, more or less.
The survey Is to be mad' within
one year of receipt of tenders.
The regulations under which a
license will be issued,   also   printed 1
1 forms of ten,let  and envelope, m.iy l.e
1
Obtained al lhis Department or at the;
office   of   the   Crown   Timber   Agent;
I nt  New  Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE.
had 1 een entertain-
. 11 -.  1i1.it  the New
acrosse team had finally
.   .'. In  .ng lacrosse, and
a.   Vanci     ��� ms had at lasi
ecured   a  ch im ���      [  v.inning  a  few
. a toi les    ' ch se ol  the sea-
sa'ii.   was   dashi ���    'round   Sat-
uiil,'.} afternoon, -.'.hen the Vancouver
team weni down to ��� 1 with a
-p ore "i eleve-11 to ��������� ���   againsl  It.  To
��� ii I.  ��� \..i-pi  perhaps
the loEei.-. was a ri -������ I at
.    ���   1    ol the gam< . an I there were
��� :   , - . ft thi     ome   '"am that
expei       an    ling 1   ���      an a victory
he re I an! 11 n brigade. The
\- - ill . li. - i. ior Daj game was
a ... 1.1 i ae fact that e '.\ e '��� minstei
team  had  becoi e       eless   in      b dr
...- and 1 a -.n taking
... ol themsi ��� - Whh two trainers ti look a   ei  1 :���������      0 w, ; b re  is
��� ��� iia ce 1 "        .....  bemg
. _.   ��� ...i   .. ilnsi   1 em  again    this
-������ -.m.
Sai urdaj - gai il I uo   be con-
.-iieiv.r Brlllianl    lacrosse    by    any
eans.    There  were  a   few     shining
- among ihe meml ers of t'i<j home
thi     .M- ������     ���   .���   |. ��� upon
exert themselves        in;   stage cf
���   . an .���. aad   the  1 onse 1 ien ������  ��.n
��� thej   took    things   easy    righi
.   -li  the  match.     The Vane  avers
i.'.i   have   the gh st of achance
at   any  stage of the  game,  and lung
. ore half time, ihey had given up all
.. of  winning, and  maintained    a
��� ��� ��� naive  plaj   for  the rest    of    the
match.     The  one   man   who   did   his.
best to save the day for the Van uu
vers  was Gibbons,  ".he  goal   ten i
but all his efforts we:e in vain, and
he   received   very   poor  snp.o:!   1 euv
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend 10 make application to ihe Honorable ibe Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works.
foi   special  license to  cut and carry
away  timber  from  the  following de-   the defence, which allowed the \Ve_t-
scribed lands,  situated  north east of   minster  men  t.i  ci  wd  In  upon   him
ew Westminster. District.
1. Commencing at a stake planted on
the Boundary Hue or Dominion lands
'hence north 100 chains, thence west
60 chains, thence south 100 chains to
Bald boundary line, thence easi along
said line 60 chains to point of com-
��� ��� ��� . ��� ment.
L.   Ci mmencing at a stake painted
hi Ine north of Post No. 1, ihence
easl   120   chains,  ihence    north    SO
.P.'ins. theuce west 4'* chains, thence
iui h   10   chains, thence    wesl     80
as   to line  ol   location    No.    1.
them ������ south  4.' chains to poinl    of
p 1 iiina ii--. ment.
"t .SER   RIVER   LUMBER   CO.,
.1. R. SHARPE,
Secretary.
Stake i September 6th, 1906.
F. CRAKE,
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through  knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years  ex-
Each tender must be   accompanied , perience.    Later was 7 years  manager
The location of the properties may be seen on the mans either at the Municipal
Hal] or at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors.
by   an   neepted   cheque   on   a   Chart-
si red  hank In favor of the Deputy of
lhe  Minister of the  Interior,  tot the
I nt&ount of the bonus which the appll-
! cant  Is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will  be en
1 tertained.
PKRLKY  G.  KKYES,
Secretary.
j Department of the interior,
I Ottawa, July 27th, 1906.
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
Ene-lish, Swiss, American and all
complicate- watches cleaned, repaired,
made lil. _ new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
....������   Liter time.
The match was enlivened bj several
fistic encounters, several men be.ng
li : ofl for this reason.   Brys n   ami
:; ringer 1 linched In   be Bei oad quar-
. ,;i 1 had impressed murk- 1 n each
ler's fa< es ' efori   ihi y wer.   fl al j
���ate :.    -   1 Inger was  in  an    ..:
. --ive mood, an I    ��� ade I har 1   to
allowe 1     to     continue       the
S The ���   -     - - pi   .ai -ed
1 a.      ol      litem      tihtrtj       min-
������- for fighting, and thej  retired t->
.    e, where   hey remained until
.   co :.; ci  ui oi   the  1 i-t   quar-
p  ig as, '        ey, Feenej  ami .1.
1,     ro wi ���   .. - Use 1 foi ti -ht
. iring the gai ���     ad b vertA oth-
��� -   -:.    . -   -.  . v ��� -.-���   intei ��� upti d before anj damage wa�� done.   Ken cai-
th showed a strong desire to have
si.- argument  with one .1    Vancouver's players, and it took   Tommy
,1 a long tlmi   1 1 per- iade him
the fight had I etter be delayed
a more favorable orcas'on. Bert
announced his intention ot  having it
oui after the game,    11 tb.- fight did
not materialize.
The summary of the goals:
First Quarter.
II. Westminster���.1.  Clifford.   ..('.  min.
2   Westminster���Wintemute  ,.L  "iin.
;;.   Westniinsier���Feeney    2   min.
4. V, e.-tminster���W. Turnbull. . 7 min.
Second Quarter,
a. Vancouver���Godfrey ....4 1-2 min.
6. We.-tminster    Feeney    50 sec.
Third Quarter.
7. Vi est minster���Latham ...6 1-2 min.
; S. Wes;minster���W. Turnbull 2 1-2 m.
j 9. Westminster���Henry  4 min.
Fourth Quarter
��� 10. Westminster���Henry  2 min.
III. Westminster���Wintemute ..4 min.
112. Westminster���Wintemute ..22 tec.
Referees, Matt Barr and Wells Gray.
m
���1
. '-������
" -  -
���
1 : .���*<*
'   :. .
I    i-
A
r
I      4!
'
**     "   a
*    ?
1
r. ^,Xtt\ZM:<i^it,.'> ,^,#ilis^   HKvSMM THE DAILY   NEWS
Monday sep-
���  ���
r
REASONS   XVMV We Want Your T��^
A We cangivej   i entire satisfact   n.
2. We have the rm st e mpleti    t : Fancy i- I Sta
c-eries on the coast.
. V. -      lievein Quality bef- re Q ..: tity.
4. W.  -���      ir g    A at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
PREACHER itEALIZEc
HIS DREAM OF DEATH
ea '<_   Upon   tc    Preach    Sermon
l-iat Ca-re to H m ln*H s
Sleep.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
J
CHEAP   rUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, buc it will be
a scarce article in a short while v. hen cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
A- ' \ Si - ----- ���
run        -       .       e First Gei man
innoui
-     ���     - -   :.  : .:.-	
the '    ...    f Miss Fn
- nearh
���   -.. . .-  -���
s a me tei .   I e li ven
:.    -    -       ��� ���      . ������   e
-    . ��� -      ��� :.
Brune sai     _. ���     st I      months
D '.-
'���:.-- - .:.    ��� -   . :'.   .1 a
-   -  ���        -    ��� ���    -
 Bd thai      ���     .   -       <       ling
���   -   .. '.- am
-���
Hen
;            ;  text in .....    -���   i   ���
���   Ri             s ad he us
��� v     - - I as nearly as
��� ���    ..      s ol
tl. BELYEA & CO,
Telephone    150.
.... CALL ON....
f.A.Mu_r&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for      v
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescription* a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. -   - B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
POLICE   COURT   r.tCURDS.
A Iin ii   Dai 5   News:
Si: ��� A: the Daily    Xews    ol    Sept.
:.   ...���-: esting item    ai i ears    on
.::.-.'��� in Booze." showing th-
���.  of convictions .secured in the
;iolice court in Xew Westminster during the month oi August, w.:h a total  ol   105.    This certainly show,    a
..-.��� month for Chief Mcintosh ani
his force.
Now, as the Columbian bas seen fit
in a rather sensational way to give an
impression of an alarming neglec i :
duty en the part of the Steveston police force, it will perhaps interest
many t: your readers to see the p -
Ae force record ror Steveston, toi
the same month, published side by
side  with the  New Westminster    re-
,- l The public w-ill then be able to
. .  ge  for  themselves.
The Steveston ii-' is as follows:
Drunk and disorderly, 65; vagrancy.
4: supplying .: iui : to In lians, 10;
gamnling, 37; putting sai:..':. offal In
A.e Fraser river, ass lult, ���; unlawful possession ol firearms, 1;
theft. 2; violating B. C. game act, 1;
'..���.- ng ige, I; lisordi ��� ... ise
keeping, 3; furious driving, l; liquor
in possession, re Indian act, 1; total,
1 .7. :. ,.:.��� -��� ol convictions in favoi
��� Steves!  a,   12.
Sxevest  :.   S<   :   ������. 1 106.
READER.
Visitor From   Sut--er'and.
VI   Ri   inson of Sun nd. oni
ihi     ���    ��� ers ii      ���        ..:.-.
��� the : si - ..
-   .:.   the     it     . m  Satui He
��� i that the   ...i,.-. lly fi
:..-   .       .   .  the most   lesiri
-������������     -     rhe site !        -        pos
Baptist collegi   -    -    eing     ���    ��� i and
... s     :..-  .���:  the   :.a at des
t   :.-  ::.    hal   ' LTt  ��� I   the       ml
---:-'- i tei
urters   ���������. .    I    '
iu charge.    The mo .- :..��-.���
appieciated, as   thi     ��� -A    ts    -   thi
ave  :.;' hi  to    een -   - .
' ��� -���-:. i -heir -  :.-    ad   la ighti   - ...
:.. ._ hi a.e to seen:--      need
sti iction. While in -Le pdtj Mr.
Ro .:.-. :. ��� a-: In thi N-v. Westminster-Vancouver laci   sse match and al-
si-   risite I  his  sisti
Gray,
��� o���
��� -
T.
Rains Help Out.
The recent   hei ��� .   rains      -���     een
:. ...   ...   re :iat< i        thi     ��� ol
Chilliwai     who were      eginning    to
:���       that the;-   wi  ...       re ti
new   Ian ling   stag) I hi   Rami aa
an : the Bi aver,    'i b<   sand   art were
filling in thi ani I so rapi       thai
it  �� ;- . ;...-  v. ith    greatesl    liffi: ulty
that the sti I affect a ian I-
:.-.   The rains   lavi       I tbe effect   I
ausing a notici     li      - :..       thi  wa-
A..-  i .-:,,:     .. -. j'-r.ts
. -   - aging i   es for the ar-
ival    f the  govi i nmenl   Iredgei   I
Edward,        mce mon     eai
thi   . . :. a i.
The evenings now are a
little longer, therefi re colder,
and a small nre in a well
regulated stove is very acce] it-
able. This the time to select
while the stock is new and
complete.   Our well known
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT
has given the bes: oi satisfaction, and we recommend
it.    Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
'.".-..,���
���-    -
wa.   an I   Ar-.   Paci -.--...
-��� .:..' in   .:..-��� Thi     a ���   - ���
-������  .' ...     ���  - :.- ���'���
ith a golden
: .    heck !      $2.2
 o	
Visiting Cana-'a.
Qui   ���      Sepi     ��� ���M.    Wa ldingt< a,
���    .��� France,  mil  ster
foreign   iffa   ���       i   ,eral govern
-.  ..:.:    ���    ce i ' ���
i.- - ���     Ireat I   ital
Fi He   i-    ac-
i om. anie I     .'Capl iin   . ��� I   M      me
:::._'":i
ALEX. SPECK
Siirn  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
A GOOD BUY
2 Storey Dwelling, 8 rooms
and all modern conveniences.
Corner lot 72 x 132, in lawn
and garden. Good location,
and only ���". minutes walk
from Post Office.
PRICE $2150
One-third Cash.   Balance on
easy terms.
whiteTshiles
2.0 Columbia St.    Phone 85
Notes  From   Langley,
Langley,   Sept.   -.���Mrs.  .J.   McGiv-
ern'rel .-:.-.   home  to  Vancouver   on
Friday
Mrs. Ca li: ..:.: D i iglas Caldi left
'  ���   Montreal  ��� a Tues lay.
ii. Nelson : Langley Prairie has al-
rea Ij -i,i: pe I I iur tons of fiuit this
year.
Thi astani iu of the pasl :��� w
lays, while good for the ro t crops
..-��� done ha::;, in other directions,
Grain In -'<������ waiting foi th thresher, ' u ��� ���;, o y....y a:, j maj : ������ lost,
whili a 'i lantil. of ':. , plums and
:   ' ��� ���   I   -   een   -.-���    id and spoiled.
Re.. .1. a       '   ; :������:, foi  - ime time
.anglej    Presbj tei Ian
'. .   b    ���.      esigned    .    I  lefl
illy I      Montn al,
Miss c. ;     er li   ves      .      for the
j Northwest
1 In ise  and   I u '���������  are  scarce,    hut
��� ��� ��� ��� are ; ��� oil! .'     \ n im ��� - ol peo-
l A fri  a   ���     :.  are  up  here for    the
oting.
'i hen waj i wi Iding here I .������ other day, K. Morrison and Miss M.
Browse b< Ing the contracting ; a ties.
Owing tn ;: Bcarcltj of teachers willing to accept the stipend offered
eight Bchoi are vacant In the district.
Suitan  Grants  Aucl.ertes.
' qiIn    le, Sej t. 9 ���Thi  S A.tai
.. ��� -���������  ...    attended   the  S ilamih   a id
eceived su   ��� ��� ���   ���
British    and    French      am   issa oi -
These were thi   firsl     idience gra ited
..   the S Itan since his :���   ent i lness
 o	
Archibishop  of  Ha^fax.
Halifax,  SepL  9.���The   M  sl    it- v
Dr. McCarthy  was   tod      consecrated
_rch  i- :   Halifax, the    ��� lei   ani
Qtifical  high   mass    ��� Ing    Mgi.
Sbaretti.    Othei     church    dignitaries
���-��� ./   wen   Raccin it, ol  Mi ntreal;
Case?.   SI     ��� bn;   Cameron    _n igon
Strike   Breakers   Retained.
San      ',:..-���     -Sept.    9.���D( -   Iti
Pn ..a    ... ���     -������:...:.   I
etaii     ' * a ���      In bis i
ers of all unions re< enl . on
ii   ::.������,,   a   ... 13 b have
to return to wi . hai is, all
lon        tin    ��� :.
 o	
Where  Wellman Is.
Christiana,    Sept.    I    The     Afton-
.    etsu  Ti olsoi - -    a lent    -.���;��� -
���  Waltei   Wellman,  head
go Record-Herald expi
tlon tas arrived - ��� a oard the
- ��� mei Fritzjof with his hi a
-.. i.i. A will ; ���- -���-:.' ��� i Pai,- in oi li r
to mi .���   imj rovements on
Boy  Commits   Murder.
Hartford, Conn., Sept 9.���Robert S.
Jardine,  .-   yeai s old,  -.. as  m irdi
lasi   nigh     ..   F an I    I   irtin agi d  10
-.  during   i   : -. tte ovi r a
-.   Cui tin  ahni si    severing
Iim -    ���    i  from  i.i-  bod     fcith
a   razor.    Curtin  has
cap< 1.
Ja -
one
e-.
School Books
For Sale *���   SuPPlieS
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
RE Of SOM, HU
in the c mn inity. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Mal ������ ip
your ������  ���  : ti   buy a hon ������ N< IW.
Do It Now.
IHE NEEDY OLD
wai ��� ��� ikely a careless and ex-
travagai ,oui ���-un and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to vour family.     '
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed Mouse and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60x182 . . $1750
Very Easv Terms.
IE YOU HAVE A LOI
And Want lo Build
We Will Assist You.
f. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
NEW GOODS
JUST OPENED Ol'T
Large selection of Ladies' Fall Coats.
Watch our advertisements this week E
announcements.
Reynier's Kid Gloves for fall are here in all
new shades, long and short lengths.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
The Paragon
Family Washer
The  Latest    rind   Greatest   Washer   on   the Markel
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anything
ng; then
ol    .-.-,.���
- lap and water.
2.���Anything fr m tl
esi lace curtains to the hea\
esi   blankets   ar..i   car| ���
.' ithout tl ���  slightest   i
���   en the most deli ate I
3.   Uptotw enty-l
hin '��� to 8 '��� in ite
ter ;m'i '��� ��� ani ���   thai
har.sh, slow ar:-. | ������
:   ard method.
The Paragon runs absolutely ra iseli -- and -��� >���;,- |j that a ch
turn it. The Paragon will save its -' i lany times by preventuij
and tear.   Call an.l sei   I and be convinced like othe .��� using il
Large Shipment of Ihem lust Arrived Direct from factory
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
I
y
FURNITURE
B
V
*
v
i
J
'���'
I
a
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
!���! 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.
Rear Extension, Front Street.  :���
!���) -*-
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>.o>>::o>..ozo>^'��>>>:o>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>-4-*-*-*-*-
k______p_pp _______ _
wmmwwwwwmmi
������������������������������
���
Tennis Tou. nameiit.
���   . ..    tourn  mi ai   was  ol  m -
ees        called off   Iui Ing the wet wea-
thi :    :. i a few games  wen   played ofl
. d Sal ir lay afterno in.   '1 he di aw foi
...    ... as follows:
.: i . :...-  Miss Cotton . -   Miss Pei le;
Mis    ��� li i bould '���-   Mi.-- M  .lowan
I Ml       and Mr. T ich
','.   11, M cQuai ��� le an i pai tne .
.     L.  '.. Lewis vs. V  ''   Brim-
mbe;    Laffertj  an 1    s ithi      - I
-   it iker and pai tm r,
 ���o	
Yacht Racr Speculation.
Mai '   Mass. Sepi    ������ -   ' ll
ii   elimination of threi   ol the a , li
ani - foi   the Roose .���< ���     ...���������
������  day's iaces, the question ami ng the
yach! smen  at Mai blehea I  toda    was
which ol '.;i'   bre   remaining contend
ers,  the American  yachts Vim    and
Auk, ami the German yacht   Wanns-
ee  wi uld  w In tomoi row's fifth race
on the American-German series.   The
j first   week of the  racing closed  with
the New Yuri,  boal   Vim  having tw-i
i legs in the cup, and the A ik, oi i; is-
; ton and the Wann see one each.
 o	
Struck   hy   Electric   Car.
Baltimore,    Md.,    Sept    9, -While
running al high spee i at Shell Hoad
crossing  tonight, an electric car on
thi  Sparrows I' ini Iim of the United
Railway, struck  an I    demolished    a
phaeton lo which there -.vere a party
A,j' eleven persons  returning from an
. outing,    All nt the occupants of the
phaeton '.ven- thrown Into a gully The
j driver, John P, Mitchell, colore I, bub-
j Halned  probably fatal    injuries,  and
two members nf tho opting party were
I seriously injured,
Electric Railway Service:
Inter-urtian Line.
Cars for Vancouver anil way
stations will run every half-
hour from \f.sn a. m. to '. l p,
m. excepting at 7:30 and B 0
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service rrom
tA:u ,i. ni. to ll p, in.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between IJ and _ anil B and 7.
���
���- ���
��� I ���
���
.  ���
" ���
���   ���
... #
���
���
���
2, and 6 and .. duting �����'���  -1 ��
ours   tii..   service   wi      " ���
half-hourly. J
Sunday  Service   I  dt J
30 Minute Service during
malnder ol day. i ransfei
Leopold I'.a ��� i.
Sunday   Service   half hourly
t" ��� en   8   a.   in.   ami   1"   p.
City ,ind Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���16 Mini
\ Ice, exi ��� |'  :������ tween  15
: ween   S   9.   :::.   atl.I   1 1   ,
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd :
********
Columbia College
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
In affilliation with  Toronto University.
Fall Term Opens Monday,
Sept. 17th.
For Calendars, &c, address���
THE BURSAR.

Cite

Citation Scheme:

        

Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics

Share

Embed

Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                        
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            src="{[{embed.src}]}"
                            data-item="{[{embed.item}]}"
                            data-collection="{[{embed.collection}]}"
                            data-metadata="{[{embed.showMetadata}]}"
                            data-width="{[{embed.width}]}"
                            async >
                            </script>
                            </div>
                        
                    
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:
http://iiif.library.ubc.ca/presentation/cdm.nwdn.1-0316342/manifest

Comment

Related Items