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Icmk 1, NUMBER 200
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NKW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1906.
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fac& Record of Death and Disaster
ORES PERISH IN RECKLESS DRIVING HORRIBLE TRAGEDY
RAILWAY ACCIDENT COSTS TWO LIVES      SHOCKS CHILLIWACK
led on Bridge, Three Cars Are Hurled   Into   Thirty Waggon Attempting to Cross in Pront ot G. N. R.   Flyer
Feat of Water Near Atlantic City    Recalls   the
Point   Ellice   Disaster.
Last Night Is Struck By Train and Two
People Are Killed.
Fire Destroys the Court House   and Two   Prisoners Confined in Basement Cells Are Burned to Death,
Before Help Arrives.
���-���..!..   'i   -.
,   ;������ nm ..' ������ ania ; ail-
. :..���    ;     ���.   ' lan a   to
the bridges) an
g] fare," the body ol
8 ���'ii:;- <   J  hn  Foi tunati .,.-.....
la   . ilo,
. ioie  than  one as  ibi   train
loi -  nol    top   intil some distani e   i
! ond tin   crossing,   i il  In his reckless
endeavoi  to save time, the driver did
nol consider this, and to-day, as a re-
������, .. LUS     '   ' *er attempted    to
managi     of  Royal     .   .. .   _. the  railwi In   fronl  of
���       ' ���'   ���    I   Oi Ro;    Malielo,      '    ucoming  G ��� ���'.:. train  : sl  even-
���'      ��� '  . :,i':-  .loan   ; i    gbei       Phila and     lied to gi    across   n  time,
���'    ������'->��� sevi rei;    (b.    brok     window ���    de were kl     I an I two mi n
I and escaped afti       eini    n the wa-    '':   isly injured    t Stanwood, a town. suit of his folly, two lifeless bodb
'-'   :i"       ''���'   :-'**'''�� ��� ���:   Andrew  D. Taylor, Camden, se-  '  half waj    i   ween Everett and   iie on the mor lary slabs, while two
'   ������'-'   '��� ���   thi     Ky,   -''a-:   George  MeGee,   Philadi phia.     ��� '������    The accidenl  took  place  of the othei  occupants of the wagon
The   cars  were   -   b-      ''",K!    Ta>'lor.    '       Camden,    was ":   ;!   :'"'''   crossing, and the  driver   are   battling    I       dear   life   againsl
.,.   ..  water.    All   f,ra��n��    those     :,:'    v'1'������     overboard could sei   thi  approaching train plain   lieavj  odds in Stanwood hospital
with the cars, I u ���,.���   kicked In a win- :- ���     >'   apparent)}   believed   hi    had
'      "' ''    do-w oi the r��-a: car and swan, to the '' '   ' ' cross in sal -..    efo i   thi  en
-'    '; 'he third   piling of  the   I   ldg<    when   he   held L:,,,   reached thc crossing.    He  mis-
a.        il jusl   how   loan,   has   fast  until   bravi j    rescued   b.    J.   F. calculati I    the   speed   at  which   the
ished.   V" number of   !"':": l| :i :'->lh"^ ��� man a-ar by when ; -   travelling, and  the  wagon
,   :. - "���'���'' aci idem bam ened      . 1 in ������ num.
efiniti ..  km wn un-
.   e raised and
... a i   y
...: en      an.   Ilvi   . are now
Deford,
'   accidenl bappem I.     . large num. was  struck   squarelj    by  the engine
"������   ol   the  passengers   ,.i.-e  women ':n'1 reduci ! to a n  hwood.  The occu-
The   wrecking   train    will   work   all Pints were hurled a considerable dis-
nighi   trying   to raise  the  submerged tai*ce away, and when rescuers arrived
cars.    The nana- cannot  be obtained ""  '-'*  scene two  were  found  to be
In ih    work.       is said 1 ial   until the cai s are hoisti I.
.   ;'     persons on the      When   the   rear   car   ol
'a., i. while Hhe o hers w.-re
in
the   train   0U��   condition.    The injured  were re-
: ighl '.a the a  utmenl ol the bridge,   :illlU'1 !" a hospital, bul grave doubts
Thi   ������   an    also   a   where it hung perched for a few min-
o.    their    recover}    are    entertained.
���     ���     wl     havi   been   e-   utes, there was a frantic rush on the   0w'n�� to this accidenl  the train ar-
in Atlantic City,    part   of  the  passengers   for  the rear   v:v''1   here  at   half-past-eleven, being
���    ���   li   believed,  will   door.    Probabl;   i   scon   oi   mon   gol   "!""' an  h"'"-' am! ���'���' half 'a!''-    En-
50.    Twelve   boJKes   have  al-   out, and as the car :   inged over ihe   S'neer Daley, who v.as a: Die throttle
|:.- u     :.   means of   edge,   others leapi I   Into   the   water.   "''""   ''"'  accident   happened,  stated
The car fell upon tl        ������     and slow-   ' ''   ""  occupants of the wagon could
l.v   slid  off.    The   ���    ��� ent's    respite,   ~"   r!:" traln approaching for a con-
however, gave sevei      passengers an   siderable   distance,   as   there   is  no
opportunity to leap Into the water be-  curve on the track Tor a long distance
on either side of ihe crossing.    Con-
i:  Hall  substantiated the engineer's remarks, and added that it would
fore    the
car    wi -        ogether   sub-
posi
}���' wi Igi I In a v, Indow and was
I:   ��� ou  !  i.������ released,
I'       ��� nerging him with-
it
���   Isted of threi
��� ��� ���'��  aai h thi n ad
1 i ���    Ine Is . : er-
' ���   '  ird   rail   system     The
inlng a month ago, reins,    rhe run fi  m
���   ;-   made   In  an
The train to-day was
i  W iltei  Scott.
' ill    ��� . ��� ii li n rl.
made the
U] ��� -i  him,    The  names   of the  dead
and Injured were not ascertained.
The practice of dashing across railway   tracks   when    an   appraochlng
train '-; onl} a few yards away is said
t i   ������ vi rj prevail nt south of the line,
a matter for wonder to the
| ���':..        .ben    ie ai cidenl oc-
: inning al  fl ��� I.
���   firsl  two cais had no
bul   those   in   the
\ ���        oised   momenta) ily
"' stle, managed   merged,
erwards  this  car  top-      Motorman   Scotl   stuck   to hi
nt. tin   water, bul was not and w<>ut down WW train.   Con- been IrreposWble for the-ngtneer
merged     One   paseen-   ductor Curtis ats   ;���    shed.  The third   " Btop '"'' ,rain ln ''""' '" MV<"'1 the
������:    ���     DfPhiladelphIa.es-   trainman,   Brakeman    Wood,   proved   collision, as the driver dashed across
|       ���    ied   Beveral   oi those  himself a here.   when the train left   ' '  ,racks when the train was almost
������������   thrown   Into   the   water,   the rails and  was   I imping over the
: in full  view of those I ties, Wood ran ti   thi    eai door of the
from the third car,   lasi car. threw  It  ������        open and held
��������� ���   ma l<  to give aid.  One   11  for the passengers  I    escape.    He
held the door op( n until the car slid
- ' the brldgi in i wenl Into the
������ iti - with It.    Hi   then swam to ihe
���hi re.    His actioi   In b riding the door   '''���������  ';   '   mo      accidents  of this
f thi       en  probablv  saved   i   in.   lives :    ''"   haPPen'    Hardl>' :'  '!il>'
An Ctalian n  - i     M B  ������    was   ' sorae foolhard>' drlver.
���- scned from thi third i ar, I ul die I
Inter   from  his  ... Boats   soon
��� ���> armed ahoul he spol ������������ here the
i ai.- went down, thei ������ ition being
mai ke I   b}   the  top*     I   their  trolli;.
��� ���'������:������ Although the ��� i - get power
f om  a   third   rail,   I he;
��� ��� i ley   polies   to   take
above If neci ssai y,
Vs quickly as a l    :
'' ''������'������ !' ' al l    ,    or floated  to thi   surfa   ���, ll  was
1 "   here at 2 30.    tt   .- novi I to the city i on ue,
ii   mishap   until       i mong the Idem   led   ead an : Vin-
' '��� ���' hen II : low-    . til   Donnelly, Pasi . Ile  Mazelle and
l:''"v bridge.    It   p   _nguroso, all meml ��� rs i f the Ro; al
'    ���'   ��� ������ ' '    '  tnier}   band;   s       Irodish; Sa
i    Fiwe.   Phila :���    ai i;     Mrs,    Si
'������   been     ,,  afer,   Cam '��� n;   J    n     Egan,    KI
Hie car'        itlc  Clt} ;  Cl     ���      Ubertus, Johns-
rails,   and   town;    Mrs,   L   ira        irence,   P
Circling the Globe.
While indertaking a tour around
the world as a means of completing
liis education, Ri ben E. Mounteagle,
a young Englishman, and a graduate
of .Magdalene college, Oxford, visited
this city yesterday, accompanied b}
his ia;or and travelling companion.
Percy A. Frost, a mid,la -aged man.
v. ho has cii led the globe nine limes.
travelling as tutor to scipns of wealthy English families. .Messrs. .Mount-
eagle ami Frost left Liverpool towards
the latter end of August, and havi
crossed this continent by easy stages
i.. order to allow the young man an
opportunity of duly appreciating the
wonderful resources of Canada. The}
Inti ii I to sail for Australia toward the
1 nd of this week, and expect that
their tour of ihe world will occupy a
little over a year.
National   Federation   of   Labor.
Minneapolis, Oct.  i's.���The  national
convention  of  the American   Federation of Labor, at  which  a  number of
aiportant  subjects are to be discuss-
d, will 11    : ena 1 in this city on Friday, Nov, S    This convention will be
I.i . e_3ion till Ni v. 14.
Mail Bag Rifled.
Winnipeg.   Oct.   28.���A     registered
mail  bag for the Kirkella   branch  �� :
the C.P.R  was mysteriously  rifled al
save a minute's time, dash-   Elkhorn, Friday night, and a packagi
5,000 and a numl ei  of n gisl    ��� I
The   police
In  fronl  of   a thundering
train, and only escaping a collision by   letter.-   were  stolen,
seconds.    In   resterday's accident  the   beve they have the guilty parties un-
Mi
.,���   would   n t   have  been delayed  der surveillance.
i   ��� son cell  of  I he  Chilliw ack
i . - louse bee ime the turn al i n
foi Dan McKenzie. proprii tor of the
1 ��� miinion hotel, and K. C. Ci uslns, a
Inti ���. both of Chllllwack, on Satur-
.- night. The story is a horrible
cue, and will long be told with bated
: ai ii by the people of the thriving
little up rive;- agricultural center. The
tv-i men in question had both been
on the booze. McKenzie had been
drunk for several days, and according
lo reports had undertaken to beat
: :, 1 otherwise Ultreat his wife and
make himself generally a terror to his
neighbors. The other man. Cousins,
has the reputation of being a quiet,
Inoffensive person, an Oxford college
i an. and possessed of considerable
education. His one drawback was a
strong craving for stimulants. On
Saturday both men were very drunk
and were placed in the detention cells
teneath the court house, after being
searched in tho usual way by fen
stable Colbeck. McKenzie, whe is
said to have been of a particularly
-.aliiit and reckless disposition when
intoxicated, is supposed to have had
some matches concealed upon bis person, or another theory is that the
matches were handed to him through
the bars by some ill-advised sympathizer. After placing liis two men in
cparate ceils. Constable Cdlbecl. proceeded up town, where several other
bibulous individuals were making
things  lively.
According to one reporl which is
generally accepted, a commercial traveller was passing the court house nnd
v.as attracted by a red glow from the
section In which the cells are located,
nnd as he drew near lo see what was
the ".mse. an agonized voice cried
out, "For God's sake come anil lei us
nut! The couri house is on fire and
we shall be burned to death." The
traveller had no means of releasing
the victims, and raced as fast as he
could go to the village to give ill the
flre alarm. The brigade responded
nobly,   and    Constable    Colbeck    also
Btarl al l : he i i .in house in a hurry.
Whi i ti." : iIgade and the constable
reached the building the flames were
loiring oul of the cell windows, and
ti:. whole lower portion of the build
���'n . was a flery mass of seething
flames, and save for the roar and
crackle of the burning timbers, all
was silent as the grave. The Inebriate in liis drunken frenzy had paid
the penally of his folly will) his life,
and his companion had fallen a victim
te his drunken freak.
The members of the brigade did
yeoman service, and worked like,
heroes to save the building, but their
efforts were In vain. The building
gradually burned to the ground, while
the brigade directed the greater part
of its efforts towards 'She section
where the two bodies were known to
bo lying. At ln,st they were able to
get inside and remove all that remained of the bodies, which were
charred almost beyond recognition,
and with portions of their limbs burned off. The remains were taken to
the undertaker's establishment, where
they will be viewed today by Coroner
Perry and his jury.
McKi nzie leaves a widow, n son
and two daughters, He was a man
of aboul lb years of age. and hud been
a resident of the valley for a number
of years. He was generally feared
and regarded as a bully. CoUSlnes
was a man of-abmi. 86, and hud h��*en
in Chilliwack only  I'or a short  time.
Constable Colbeck is well mil favorably known In this ciiy, and has a
brother now on the police force in
Vancouver, He has been maintaining
law and order in ('liilliwack for about
a year. It Is rumored that Colbeck
may have to face the serious charge
i i manslaughter, as it is said to be a
ri rious i Sen ������ lo leave anyone Incarcerated in any building or room without someone in charge lo administer
aid in case of necessity. The constable is very popular in Chilliw...-i,
and there are none who are incline i
to plaoe any blame upon hlm, as he
was absent in connection with the
duties incumbent upon him.
also  carried
power  from
was brought
DRIFT HOOD SMASHES
DIME'S PIPE LINE
Leus   and    Er..sh    Brought   Down    by
Freshet Carry Away Sco.vs,
and   Stop   Work.
Beason of the year as there has b<   Q
ciiring the  pasl   few days.
The d:e.Ige would have In en able i '
Btand the current all i Ight, as tbe an-
borage  was good  and   i here ��ere n
sufficient number ol  an. hoi s toi  the
siows   lo  secure   them    againsl   the
FIERCE GALE ON ERIE     I SOLICITOR DENIES
DRIVES SHIPS ASHORE      REPORT OF SEPARATION
usual  run  of adventure:
bill
he nu-
' ''��� but   delphia.
nut 100 yard
fli  t  ai 1
'   ra!
��� n Into a
a    IC H   .   ,i .     I
.' . ��� it  bap
��� ��� a    ,i vered
A  -.'. locking
1st the sub-
ati :.   when
" ���   lead  a dli B
���   ���   due   to  a   rail
lhal the rail,
ie, musi have
'   a
HUB.       ' |j<
Had
it an eighth of
of the elec-,
nnd  twisted it
i   Instead  of
��� lenl   never
tied.
'     were twenty
L]   "      '������<'' ry hand, and
'" Iron, Phila-
bodies or ihe
���' I early In the
'1'      a
i    . 5Valter Scott,
mn; Fran    De
P.
un-
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0m
1 n
'     il.  li. Jo-
���   < amden;
i are:
ien;   .
.rnong   I he   Injured   are;    .      I!.
Stewni t,  Wi enonah,   N J.;   Franl   I ���
crei and Angi       'ranze, Philadi Iphia;
.ndrew  T; mden;   Ida   11"1'
Florence, N.J.; Bdwar I M irgan,
S ranton; H. B, Josi h, Camdi n; G.
MeGee, Phila :��� ��� I la Ol those In-
lured ii is bellevi i mosl wil
They are Buffei Ing fi tn broken llmbi
and Other serious injuries.
Although the work of rescue was
begun Immediately after the news of
tin- catastrophe reai be l this city, it
will be dayll_.it lo-morrow before the
rail extent of the tragedy becomes
known, and nql until then can any
headway be made in recovering and
Identifying the dead, In the men;:
time  the  city authoritl -  are  dolns
their utmost to bring order out of
chaos, and to answer an I reassure the
hundreds   of   anxious   n latlvea   and
l'i lends who are pouring Into Atlantic
Cfty searching for missing friends.
:  'a   a'
ed hai
On    .    i     '.
��� .    , ���   ila    ���'.'.,
pretl}
er,  in   ki
merous battering rams with which the
liver   was   leaded serve I   to   tt   ri.   I he
trie k.    On   ordinary occasions where
' ��� -;",:^   have   ���;,,. (|re ],,.. has I een working the cur
hi     l   .���;:.' a     renl  inns a!  over  a. :    knots an hoar.
'he  presenl   current   is  con-Idi ra  I)
excess    :  Ihat,
Two   Steamers    Wrecked    aod   Other   Story that Du.e and Ouchess of Marl-
Damage   Done   by   Storm torcuoh   Hid   Signed   Deed   of
on  the Lake. Separation   Denied.
a '.a ij. villi
I Ol   'he Si:.in
Irl   .'. '   :   froi
a ���    i .. In ���   he    on
rose con Iderably
i   Prlda      ,..'.', ��� ���   Saturda
Tag  the livi     ������        in h   higher
.- \! Will  Study
RRITISH TEACHERS
VISIT UNITED STATES
he American  Scl'ocl
System to  Get   Hints  fcr
The��� r  Work.
- iri a-::    Aa       ill    ol    drifting   logs,
fallen trees, bush, bo ij he aid shingle
,    a,     The   boat   crew   worked    like
.   ���   p -hiiiL- moving, but ih/'
I   ,      rr   ..r ame   too   great,   and     in
e ol     ieir efforts,  the  drlftw io '
'.v is thrown  againsl   the scows with
I, force ih il  they were torn from
��� . |r anchorag i an I   I      tring broken
up
Twenty-four   anchors    which    held. , , ,
Lemin posltioi lying al the bot- wesl as Chicago,    .hey will be under
m of the !���":.���- ������ -t'i the forty pon-, the direction of Alfred Moseley, who
toons Btarted    f as fast as they could :' headed a commission of  Iiriiish elu-
| travel I'm- the nil   of Georgia,   Some ] cati0nal experts who visited America
The ste: mi'r Christopher, laden with
New York, Ocl   :' >    The flrsl ��� I a
oup ��� :'  BOO   s< hool   teachers   from :
Gi   il  Brll on  will  reach  the  i'nited i
States this w< ek, to begin a series o_
tcill.8   lu   the   principal   cities   as   far
|, I [hG 11 a.    were upset Into the river.
tbi-oo yi ai s   ago,
That   commission
found thai  the  Iiriiish  county council
Daniel It. Stewart, the bridge ten- .. i|(, s,,..,,,���,... g0| busy and other
der, whose work it is to look after . ,, were requisitioned, which work-
the draw bridge, It In no condition to ,. ,'wil!l guch good-will that thirty-one schools lacked some of the best feat-
talk to-night. The horror of Bhe acci-1 ( g{ |h(, .,,,,,,,. pontoons were safely hues of the American schools. The
denl has temporarily bereft hlm of nncnored by Saturday evening, and it \ purn08e 0f visiting the Ame: n
One  heroic and nln
hie reason.    One  hei '   ��� expected thai the balance will be   ^^ h tQ snih. |lR, ]jes, ,,,.,,,
miraculous escape rrom the '      ��� '    '   ,,,,..,tl���i |n due time.    Old timers on i
i- thai of David S. Enley. ol Camden.   ~y^ ��, thai  they have never j ���' the   Lmarican   system   and  apply
' fflck( |     in-enJ at this  tbem to the Uriil.li schools.
(Continue I i n Pnj e Eight.)
en  sucli a
Cleveland, ' Ihlo, Oct. :'s. -In t.
fierce gale whi< h swepl down upon
i. ke Brie  late   yesterday, the   steel
.. umer    Lackawanna,  owne I   by   Ihe
Int    | Ti insll  Co., waa struck out.-
8| |e th"  Wesl   bn akwater and ran up
on the breakwati r crib    Her side was
.��� in an i  she filled Imme llately.
I   .    ������,..-      laken off and two 11 _
senl   to  pull  her off,  bul were
:       move    hi r,     The    l.acku
wanna i   the pro; ei;.. of .1. .1. McWll-
HaniB, of Buffalo,    The cargo, which is
nl   lair   size,   is   al.o  thought   will   he
practically a complete loss.
The ste: mer Christ
coal for Duluth. ran aground last
night. At the Nottingham life saving
station il was report.' 1 Ihat a SCOW
v.hi h wa.s in tow of an unknown tug
had broken loose In lbe Btorm, with
three men aboard, and had Ja��'*'���� driven over ibe breakwater,
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Football  in  Brandon.
Brandon, Man., Oct, 28.���Tbe Winnipeg Rowing dub's Rugby team defeated the locals In the final for the
provincial championship here yester-
l  J, by D score of 20 to 1,
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France Senda War Ships.
Paris, Oct 2S.���MiulstPr of Murine
Thomson last night ordered tho Immediate departure for Tangier of the
armored cruiser Jeanne d'Arc, Europeans having b.en captured by brl-
'    at  Arzil'a, Spain.
ia;. I, a. it i. 2! Sir George Henry
l..-u is, goll ;> ays thai the I lul e
of .'.I . a.i  members of his
lallill;., in I'l.l.ng i he Martini. I I
Blandfoi l an I Lord Iver Spem i r
' n hill, the i i e'g a ms. are In re
dence a I enhi Im. The repoi i i .;
. ��� . ��� ' in bei�� een the duke
an i i ii In - h ali ei dy been Blgt i d
i   unii .������.
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Roosevelt Praised in Japan.
Tokio.   Oct,   28     Th '  course of ibe
acib n   pui B IS I   bj   the   I'niU'd  Stales
with the vie.-, ol protecting the treaty
rights of Japan, has I n effective to
some extent In soothing the feelings
of the Ja] anese people injure,I by the
San i : ' school incident, and
I as accentuated the   i nfldence of the
licople   in   l'i'-: lent   Koosevelt,   whose
fairness Is praised on all sides, n Ib
altogether unlikely, and there is yet
i.o sign whatever, that the Japanese
will Imitate the Chinese in boycotting American goods.
 -o ,
Liberal Convention.
Any Liberal association which has
nol received notice of the convention
which is to be held In Vancouver,
Nov. 1, should elect a delegate or dele-
gales and send them to the meeting.
Credentials from any regularly formed association will be recognized.
I
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Men's Suits, reg. $10    Men's Overcoats, reg. $10 and $12
Men's Raincoats, reg. $10 and $12
Coins at    $4.95
Men's Handkerchiefsy  White and Colored, - 5c
Men's Canvas Gloves, 4 pairs for   25c
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Men's Suspenders, for        -        -    15c
Boys' Knickers, good strong tweeds, all
sizes, regular 75c, for      -       35c
WESTMINSTER CLOTHING C
E. DAVIS,   Manager.
nirtimBff&mk'giiKa
LOOK POR THE RED SIGN
FRANCES  CHASE,  In
Oeorge Ade i.   ial I to have remai'.
e.i. after finishing the manuscript of
"The College Widow," which /'ime.. lo
ine opera house on Oct. Tl. that, if
tho play was not a a iccess, he would
nevei' write another. "It's (lie best I
can do," declared ihe young playwright, Since the production of the
qomedy, the verdict of all America has
been   so   unanimous:,   approving   thai
"The College Widow."
Mr. Ado's head might well be turned
If lie were made of common clay,
v hich he is not. The mosl successful ami ye! the mosl modest of American writer8~Tor the stage," i.s'a com-
plimenl frequently paid him. which
acquaintances of the tndlanlan say is
fully justified. "The College Widow"
will be presented 'his season by one
of tlie strong.-s- i-ompan:".. Henry W.
s,, vage has ye' organlz 11
New Triple Alliance.
A press telegram received on Saturday from New Vicii asserted that a
new triple alliance, the parties lo
which were Greal Britain, France and
Italy -with Spain an I the United
Siates as sleeping partners���was to
go Into effect as soon as the old triple
alliance expired. The report, however, Is denied from London
 0	
Another large shipment of Chilliwack baled hops has arrived in the
city in readiness for re-shipment to
the east.
AT  THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���J, W. Murra} and wife,
Seattle; John Oliver, Toronto; A.
Klngsmark, Revelstoke; H. 0. Porter,
Toronto; Mr, and Mrs. A. c. Heb-
ready. Mr. ami Mrs ii Jardine, Vancouver;  (',. Mi-Laud, clt] .
Windsor -A. Chrlstensnn, Portland;
Charles Denison, Seattle; a. B, McKenzle, Chilliwack; D, .I Hoogan,
Vancouver; Charles Nordau, Seattle,
Colonial���T.     Johnston,    San    Francisco;  j. Thornton. London;   E. .lunn,
Toronto;    Thomas    ! '-a -' Ings,   Abb
Cord.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that application has
aeon made to register .lohn Kennedy
as the owner in fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
. John Kennedy, bearing dale lhe
:'..-��� .!..;. of December, A.D. 1901, of
a", and singular that certain parcel or
tract of lam! and premises situate,
lying and ieing in the Dlstricl of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
,.:. .'.'. n and described a - Lots 1, 2, 3,
I ami .",, Block 45, part of Lol 26,
Group I. Lots _s and 29, Block 5, sub-
divislon   of  Lot     202,   Group  I.    an 1
car hei 1.    tOUr-flfths Of  Lot   _,   Block  5,
subdivision  oi   Section   13, Township
I. Range 29th, West of the 6th Merl-
'I   a:  .
V i: ani each  of you arc required
��� _ contesi  the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
1 dale   o!'   'he   lirst   publication   of   this
| t.a' Ice, and in default of a i aveal or
:.' rtiflcate of Us | en bei-  b -ing filed
within .-'ich  perlo l, or in defaull ol
redemption before registration, i shall
register   John    Kenne ly    a3   owner
lh ire if ia fee.   An.i l dlrecl thai pub-
ialbm of this untile for one month
in     a   d lily    newspaper    published   ill
New Westminster Bhall  be goo I ar. I
:   ifflclenl   service.
Date I  at  the   I.iti,I  Registry  Offll ".
' N'ew Westminster, Province of British
Columbia,   this   l:;th   day   of  October,
I A.D, 1:106.
C. s. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Mrs. Elizabeth  Kathleen  Black,
i William Knighl and Jed G, Blake.
All persons served  with lhis notice,
and those claiming through or under
ihem,   and   all   persons  claiming   any
Interesl   in thc said land by virtue of
ar. '   unregistered   instrument, ami   all
. persons claiming any  Interesl in the
I said   land   by   descent,   whose  title is
not. registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall bo forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim lo or in  respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided  by the "Land  Registry Acl."
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
F.ii.rd Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may he homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age. to
the extent of one-quarter section of
100 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally a:
the local land ofiice for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected  therewith under one of the following plans,
(i) At  1 east six months'  residence
| upon   and   cultivation   of  the   land   in
each year for three years.
(2) li the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
j resides upon a farm in thc vicinity
of the land  entered  for  the  require-
| ments as to residence may be satisfied
by such  person residing with the  fa-
i ther  or  mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
'residence   upon   farming   land   owned
��� by  him  in   the  vicinity  of his  tiome-
��� stead, the requirements as to residence
1 may be satisfied by residence upon
, the said land.
Six months' notice iu writing should
bc given to the Commissioner ot Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
j to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy   Minister  of  the   Interior.
N. IL���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Bank of Montreall
ESTABLISHED 181..
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)    ?il.'>
RESERVE FUND j;    ���.���
Rt. Hon.  Lord Strathcona an I   Mounl    Royal,    G.   C.   M.
Cj  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   c.   A.   Drutnmond    President
F. s. Clouston Vice President   an 1   General   M in tger
General banking business transacted.
Branches In all the principal cities in  fan,da. in  London   Eng I
York, Chicago, and St. .John's Nfld., ani  correspondents ia    '
wo:-!,I.
SAVINGS   BANK    DE ART ME NT
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH c..  I_>.  BRYMNER, *SCI1
The Royal Bank of Canal]
Insures absolul 1     - urlt;   to depa START NOV l
and yo 1 will never regret ll     :��� 1 , harder thing ��� eve
������������ ' ilng lo sh iw  tor it.
ONE DOLLAR open:. ;i]1 account.     Put i   In    iur pocke       '   ':
ably be nothing, bul ONE Dollar  deposited ever,   week   >      IS"
tin years amounl to $604.50.   THINK    THIS OVER,
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
new westminstek uhanch p_ gp LYLE, Mf"naSer*
Re lot lb subdivision of lots 20, 21
and 22, suburban block ii, .New Westminster city.
Whereas proof of the loss of certifi-
cate of title number 2846a, Issued in
the name of Nels Nelson, has been
_ Bled in this office,
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
ai the expiration of one month from
tho dale of 1 ho first publication here
of, issue a duplicate of said certificate, unless In tlie meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing
C.  S.  KEITH,
District. Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry   Office,   N'ew  Westminster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906. ,
Shingle and Sav)
Mill  Machinery
t^*&i&i*;js&itsrA
SSflSStf*'
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOfl
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C. bAY, W
CT. 23, 19C6.
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THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA,
LTD
F.  G.  DAWSON, Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West. Van
couver.
bister Iron Works
;   ���.;.   M .CHINK  AMI  tiNUINE
WORK.
[p SMI.   UNO, fc.KH.U__ and
Rl l: _L IRON     WOKK.
I,. . iron   w orn,   including
\       te . Fire Lscapes, etc.
u i correspondence In
JOHN REID,
BE'jBIJ. _ I Ithbl1.
���-  ester p. (.   474
I. Monumental Works
.MES  M.KAY,   Proprietor,
���porter and manufacturer of
le and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
.lets, Tombstones Re.
Write for prices,
ew  Westminster.   B.   C.
!Northern Pacific!
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
L<   vi   ',. '..    15 10; ..:: \. W. 11.35.
ALL  OVER   THE   HOUSE.
iT-SHAW I
���business institute
.IMITED.
St. VV , Vancouver.   J
Iregj  and Pitman
'-::.; hy  and  En
ti
Seven  Teachers j
fty-Five   Typewriters j
h 'ia i\ Demand. J
11. SPROn. B. A., Principal
'S DRY DOCK
'������'���  Cor. I6th  Street
pe* Westminster, p. c.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Ex :elli nt Si rvice.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rat.,   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
<_". E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. i.'HA HI.TON,
Portland, Ore. k. G.    A
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWE1 N
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
j both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
' brilliantly    illuminated   train    in    the
world.     The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   car.,   standard
io  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car. reclining  chair car.-   (seats  free),
modern   day   coaches   ard   buffet,   library and  smoking i
For Time  Tables,  folders, or any
furtln-r information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves  Victoria at  11   p, in. on 1st, Water ar.o Soap Treatment For L'-,
Tth,   19th  and 20th of each  montb  foi leum  Covered   Floors,
j Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic- ( |ean linoleum floors with hike-
C.P.R. Missiox BRANCH            toria ou the 7. and 20, for Quatslnoand vvarrn water and soap.    Don't sweep
Leavi :;. w. S.30; :    Seatth  15.50.     way P��lnts' Leavea Victoria on 20th them, says the New York Telegram.
Li   .'  Seattle 12.30; ..:.N. w. is.40.    ��* each month for Cape Scott and way Lukewarm water should always be
c.r.lt.   WESTMINS1 ER  J UN 'TION.
Leave N. VV   -  10, 10.35, 15.. i,   7.3D.
'      ���'��� N. SS. '���'. 15, ' 1.35, 16.40, 18 1".
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. VV. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.:;.", p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & ?.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. il ji. ni. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.  YV.  9:35 am.;   ar. Guichon
: 2.20 p.m.
I     Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
I S:4. p m. and 6 p, m.
Mondays only.
points Including Quatsino,
iifed for thi. washin<r. and the soup
lower fraser river route.    I should  be selected  with .an-.
Steamer Transfer ' """"   l'.u.,   t-hcptircsi   kinds �� an
Leaves  New  Westminster  on  Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdaj
and Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. tn. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. in.
Li aves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 ?.. tn.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. in.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westminster,  S  a.   m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a.  m. Tuesday.
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
W .stniinsler
ti. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westminster  5.50, 6.50,  1   lan(lings   between   New
and 8 a. m., and every half hour there-' "n - Chilliwack.
after till 11 p. m. NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
LV.  Vancouver  for  Westminster  at
same hours. j S' s- Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at  2  p.  in.,  2nd
and   16th   of  each   month,   calling  al
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
i in  second   trip,  Time on  arrival  and
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 6 a.m     lepart'ire   are  approximate.
Fit   reservations   and   information
call or address
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
usi 'I withoul injuring the mater..
and fading the colors.
Scrubbing is necessary once .
week. whI if the apartment is mui I
used ati'l tlie Hour gets dirty washing twire ii week is none too ofti d
for gritty dirl if nol removed cut'
into the linoleum and in time wear-
it, so thai cleaning is essential in
preserving this covering as well a.
in keeping it sanitary.
To dean thoroughly a stiff bi is-
tied brush should be used to work
the tepid water and soap into the
pores ami scrub out the dirt, Cleai --
ing in this way the Hour is done ir
sections that arc mopped up with ;
cotton doth and then immedinti ly
rubbed dry with a woolen rag. Lii i-
leum should be dried as mon ns po -
sihle alter being scrubbed, for watei- lefl standing on it has a tendi n>
cy to dull the colors and to make
the material sort of soggy,
a.m
t Ship  repair
Scow   Building
promptly fur-
v- E. EMERSON
��� E Bhth street. New
B.C.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
P B��Hs and Chester
White Hogs
Family Trade a Specialty.
rei.  113. Office.  Eighth  Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
BLACKSMITHING.
From Chwk.  Tu.,  Tb.,  Sat
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. end Sun..
2 p.m.;  Sal u lay, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. tn;) Saturday, 6 ij.iii.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W'.,  Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
cir-r. Reci Ived.
Si attli , via Sumas 7 ... t.m. 6 II
Sei'.' rton; n 1 Mill-
-: 1". N  .  1 7 1"'.::.. II. 15 a.m
\ aimer,' r,   Ni .1.7.15 a.m. 9.0 i a.m.
GNU   Cloverdale,
H.'aine ,Seattle . S. 15 a.m. 3.30 p.m. j
V.'.-i. a.- Cen, Park 10 30 a.m. 2.00 p,m. '
Vi toria   I" 30a m.   P.00a.m.
i:a-- Burnaby ...    1.13 i m.    1.13 | i i.
, Sti   ��� -   u,
I tc    1.30     -      '1.  "a.a;.
Least, Sapp
ten. M
1.35
Van   an I Bu 3 ifl p.n .   6.00 p m
G.N.R     1.00 |        11.00 p.m.
a I,  1 ui s
.��� |F] ,..12 00 m      12 '"i m.
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Wes tminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Puss   Apent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROCP.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
Now   v.'.._tm!ri. ter
Nol ihc Same Hatching
"Do you know the Snlgnlfrees?'
"No. tin y are net in our set"
"Not in your sel''."
"No."
"Must i e a differenl breed o. chicH
ens then."
Most Likely.
"That beautifully dressed woman !s
certainly the homeliest woman I ever
saw."
".she probnbly is a beauty specialist.'
EYE5
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
's Drug Store |
The Necessary Evil.
��J_4T
He u. nt ,.ni ii. hiiiK mul forgot
in-, iieek .-nil! line. Put murmured sw*t,
For in the hamper safe and rihirt
tvi!" pai led away a little .ue.
Ba it he didn't gel a bite
Hi  i new that he eopld llsh all rl.:lit.
M EXPERIMENT Will.
BE TRIED IN S. S. MIM.
Ol vet   Bactist   Church   Will   Try   New
Deuarture in the Time of Holding  Sunday   School.
Commencing with icxi Sunday, the
Baptist sunday school will commence
al 12.15 noon, Instead of 2:111 p.m. us
heretofore The matter was carefully
< n- i lere 1 by Lhe officers and teach-
ci of the Sunday school, and recommended to the church, whicli afterwards    sanctlone I     the     movemenl
which will be tried ror throe months
by way of an experiment, The movemenl is iii genera] favor throHghout
the l';iilei| Stale, and a unniher of
lhe churches on this side of the line
hnve tried the plan with satisfactory
results. Themorning service will stop
a.; 12 o'clock sharp, and fifteen minutes will be allowed io gel the Sunday Bcllool in order. The promoters
ol the plan claim thai the hour will
had to a greater number of adults
attending Hip B.ffool, and that tlii-
parents will havi no difficulty In getting their children oul in lime If they
want to. The ache me will also reduce
the hurry and bustle which the average church wanker has lo siilnnil to
on the Sabbath day In order to aitend
the various meetings of the church.
 o	
Testimonial   to  T.   Moriarity.
Up to the presenl nearly .Inn has
:, en ��ollected for the testimonial
which is to be presenied to T. Moriarity. late roadmaster over the G.N.R.
lines, and at present manager of the
While Horse and Yukon railway .Mr
Moriarity is expected iii return from
Vlaslta In a few weeks, and the pre
sentatlon will then be made to hhn,
Tic money is being entirely colic, 1 I
among the malntenance-of-w&ys 1 ti
ployes or the o.N.R
 0 ���-
Meeting of Association.
There will be n meeting of the Lib
era! association al the cluh rooms tomorrow (Tuesday 1 evening at s
o'clock. All Liberals will be- wel
come, Business: Matters In connection with the Liberal convention to be
held in Vancouver on Thursday next
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.._UI__J.._     '! LL.._.___]_!
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k of prizi v. In-
**   id see 01   .'.: Ite
��� R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
CATIONS
ANTED
a    Of    VS'
en '��� nl    of
��� :  b   the
���   the   29th
'CAN,
I  ���    cii
Having bought      I     e Bla
Ing busli  of R ii. it' nson, I
be pleased to -��� e all !;i-; old customers, as well ��� ni ������ 1 oes Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M. KNUT80N,
Eighth   Street.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CMC R< '-'-. VI ' : v
WHITE   HORSE,   DAW? and
FAIRBANKS,    Daily irain. 1 - - epl
Sunday)   carrying   1    ������ ��� - ���   *"*ai1'
expre-s    and    freight        ' '     ���vilb
Btages at Carcross an i Whit    H
maintaining a through winter service.
For information npply to
;.  II. R( iGERS, Traffic  Manage!
Vancouver, B   C,
Canadian Padfic Railway Co. CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
.rlti.h Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to Change  wiiiiout    notice. 1
���    . eatrice,   Oi t,   29,   fri m
\   p      ��� ��� 1 ���
\| ij .   Nov,   3,   from   Van
iver,
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria,
p.. 1,,    \ ..   iuver  lally at l p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
CIGARETTES
AT
GAMONS
Columbia Street.
"The Milwaukee"
The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains   in   the   service   on   any
,.   ��� . . \\. tminster at 7 a, m. railroad in the world that equal  in
, I  Monday! 'equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-
00  V' |D(   '      "'' ��� - wuil'ee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.      own an(i operate their own  sleeping
���   , and dining cars on alll their trains and
jjve   theif   patrons   an   excellence   of
1 .. n  _ Vancouver daily except Sat- ,ervjte not obtainable dsewhere.
ur.ay and Sunday Bt 1:80 p. m. Sat- H. s. ROWE. General Agent.
.,  j;80 p. m. 134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
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Of   course   vour   crocer   has
WINDSOR TABLE   SALT.
He will send it to vou always, if
you specify WINDSOR.
found ��� An En.
Owner   can   have
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MONDAY.  OCT. 29,  1906.
PREMIER   McBRICE   AT   VICTORIA.
Tin'    premier   reached   the capital
i..-    Friday   nlghl   at..   na-   received
.a   a  a . al.er uf hi.   fl ll :. Is  ��'ho "dn ��
the crowd" with a band, a decorate I
hack, torchlight aid rei fire. Conveyed tn a public hall, Mr. McBride
w is pri sented with an address in
which Ic was lau le i a:: i the "subsidized press"-���which is Tory for Liberal newspapers���was den mnced. In
a long reply, Mr. McBride seems to
have   fade 1    utterly    to  discuss   the
question of which he was expected to   count  successes againsl  any
speak.     lie   uttered    a   lol   of   wads   the   province,   and    she    has
aboul   it. of  course;    - d   tlie   spei ch
was ol the usual McBride brand���utterly  empty   of   anything   like   clear
statemenl  or close-knit  reasoning.
'lake tiiis sentence, clipped Irom the
report in Mr. McBride's pockei organ.
the Colonist:
"Ami I found, too. thai the province
fir which my good friends Mr. Peters
was securing tin- additional grant of   '!,,;u''
THE PROVINCIAL UNIVERSITY.
We are again reminded���this time
h,. an article in a Vancouver paper���,
nf the trick which was put through
at the lasi session of the legislature,
when a bill was passed under which
the "Royal Institution cf Learning"
has been founded. Vancouver had a'
Hi..' time three (ani stiil has two)
representatives in the provincial cabinet, and il was quite evi.ien: then,
'and has since heen proved b.\ events,
j that the passim; of 'he lii'.l was a
dodge to "anchor" the provincial universit) in Vancouver, somewhat after
ilie fashion in which the capital was
anchored in Victoira. it is amusing
i.i read of ihc heroic struggles which
ike great city oi Vancouver is making
to found a college which may. perhaps, iu tlie swi'i'i by and bye, be
able to carry students to 'loir ;':.:. 1
and even possibly (0, joyous drean 1 i
ie their fourth year in arts There
i-. a collet' in New Westminst
I w hich nol only car, carri. ul has
i rrie i. students through : i gra lua-
tion.
As we said In a former ar! li le, New
Westminster, it' achievement is to
counl for anything, is the pr ei
place for the provincial university.
She   has   a   high    school    which   can
other in
a  fully
equipped   college    ready   to  af filial
u ith the university.
Not only is New Westminster the
proper site in that sense; she has the
proper site in the material sense.
True, it belongs to New Westminster
only in the sens,., of being included
within her limits: the title is in the
Province, The reserves are in the
of the  residential  district.  and
WANTED -     s. blacksml h  for stuiie'
q tarry.    Appl;.   Gille;   Br ���-..  Front
-:.��� et, X ���������  Westmins   r. 190-tf
PRINTING���Le your printing.
We guarantee you  very  reasonable
pries,   pr v  ���   delivery   and  i om-
plete satisfaction. The Arrow Press,  i
Front  .-tree-.    Mrs.  Dominy, owner.
19S-6
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
Ladies9
ONE NIGHT ONLY
Thursday, Nov. 1st, 'Co.
CHARLES H. YALE
Submits   for   your   Dleasure   the
everlastlm
Devil s Auction
(Has delighted young and old just one
quarter cf a century.1
Superb   Scenic   Investiture.
Novelties,  Singing and
Dancing.
Eye  Btwilderinq   Electrical
Effects.
Large Company
Extravagantly   Costumed.
Seals on sab- at  U. all's ]>: g Store
on Tues lay morning.
Prices $1X0. 76c. 5Cc anrl 2��c.
Waterproof Bo
Every woman should be
provided with a pair of
Waterproof Shoes at
this season of the year.
We have Waterproof
Shoes made from Box
Calf and Goat skin stock
that, while being* waterproof, are also good
looking, stylish and
comfortable shoes.
We would call special
attention to-day to the
/
bave the high school just across the
,-i reel on the west and Columbia college pretty -well in the same position
en the north. The total area is a
little over eighteen acres, and the
reserves lie side by side with a street
between them. No better site could
possibly be found, and the Province
sneer upon the fact ihat I would not be parting with anything of
of which Mr. Peters is | actual cash value, sine the sale of
Ihe property to private owners would
$70,000 was for a province thai had
i..-lay a smaller population than when
il came into fe leration some . i ars
ago."
Everyone familiar with the hon.
gentleman's addresses will recognize
the twang at ome. His "good friend"
���at whom he proceeds tu sneer,
founding the
P E. Island
,.: emier, is a small provthci
Hut thai is by the.way.   In his Vic-  be  :l   breach  of   faith   with   the  city
toria speech Mr. McBride harped a
good deal on this grant of $70,000 (we
take bis word I'or tlie amount) to P.
!', Island. If his words were intended
to have any force or effect at all,they
vere intended to create in the minds
i ! his hearers a feeling that, in comparison with Prince Edward Island,
Iiriiish Columbia had been shabbily
treated in the matter of the grants
recommended by the conference.
Now, as a matter of fact, Prince
Edward Island will receive this grant
a; a matter of right under a readjustment which Mr. McBride voted fcr
.nd supported as just and fair to all
the Provinces.
In other words, the premier, when
���:���   Ottawa,   accepted   as   fair   an   ar
. ;emenl for th iusl ment   if one
i ! the  Dominion   sul -' lies, and he is
new citing  the - ime   : . n ; im n   a
a   proof   that   ot he     !'. i\ ln< -��� -   h   n
' een :' r ored at the    tpei      o      Itish
���a   I a
irrangei    nl nly   v. il h
'  e ; wo subsidies n to all  the
i   lei   I'    \ lac ..   \.,:..   ;ranl   :  i   goi
menl ... I leg! la   ires     . . per capita   .     sidles.     L'n lei        British   Co
lun     .   :    entitled  to a con
ran    indei     u   fl       hea I,
bu     "   none,   a    pi esent,
.-    nd,   .  :    '..    simp.      ea    n   tha
��� he .     ilready  i    ei. 1: :    ::. lei   thu
.   ii      a   :      ;     led to under the
. . rangi ment   ���thi ement   .,;
which    Mr.   McBride,  al  i iti iwa,  a,
I .' ived.    As   we   sal I   th    ol hei   daj.
It.Itish ( olumbla aba...  . . ....:,   -..: .,
all the other proi lm es a ands on exactly the same footing as far a ��� the
general rearrangement between the
Provinces and the Dominion Is concerned.
Accoi ding to the offii Ial statement,
and aci oi ling to Mr. McBrl le's own
i or Is, as reporte 1 in his own organ,
the i onfereni e was unanimous aboul
lhis. In talking about, it as he does,
therefore, Mr, McBride ls simply playing the old familiar trick commonly
describe.i as "drawing a red herring
across  the track "
But British Columbia h . 1 a special
c'aim--was entitled to preferential
treatment; to something beyond and
distinct irom what was coming I i her
under the general arrangement, How
��� did Mr. McBride han lie the negotiations In that matter' That Is the
;. e enl quesllon. Th il question neither Mr, McBrid ��� I r any of his subsidize ! organs ba - . attempte i to
discuss   as   grave    public    questions
v,hich  would  be  most holly resented
No objection, however, would be raise |
10 usin_; it as a site for a university.
 o ���
Amity Lodge, I.O.O.F.
All members are particularly requested to attend the meeting of
Amity lodge to-night, as there will be
degree work.
Department   Militia  and   Defence.
Clover  Point   R'fie  Range,
Victoria,  B.C.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, markel on envelope   "Tender,  for   Construction ot
: Stop-Butt, Rifle Range, Victoria, B.C.,"
ianl addressed to the Secretary of the
i .Militia Council, Headquarters, Ottawa,
will  be received  until  noon, the   10th
of November  next, for  the  construction of a stop-butt for the rifle range,
Victoria, B.C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and full Information obtained at
the offices of the District Officer Commanding, Military District No. ll. Victoria, and ihe Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa. Tenders must be made on the form supplied by the Department, an I accompanied by a cheque on a Canadian =
chartered bank for 10 per cent, of the
amount of the tender, payable to the
order of tho Honorable the Minister
of Militia and Defence.
The Department does no- bind itself
to accept the lowest or any lender.
E.  F   JARVIS,
Acting Deputy  Minister of
Militia and  Defence.
Department of Militia and  Defence.
Ottawa, 10th October, 1906.
new importation of a
large shipment of the
D^ Armstrong & Co.
American Shoe for Ladies
These are top notch
American Shoes and are
handsome and stylish.
JOHNSTO
BIG SHOE HOUSE
New Westminster
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA_HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31st
The Play That Breaks the Record.
Henry  W. Savage o'fers
THE
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
W. R. Gilley, 'Hnone  .-__.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealer, in
! Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
��� Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
��� Crushed Rock.
J Also agents B. O, Po".-ry Co. sewer pipe, etc.
{ Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
j Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
} 'Phone l-b
I
WIDOW
pre   :.' ��� ���
BY  GEORGE AGE.
fort: '
We don t charo'c extra   for
contracts snow that we arc
thorough   in   every   detail
workmanship and material.
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.   ...   sixt ������-:
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1 a ���::. ���'  -
HARDMAN & BRYS
bEE US BEFORE YOU LET YOUR WORK.
.' on
P^ICES-
50c.
Maple
Leaf
Styles to cover every need
from fine city wear to lum
bermen's or miner's  foot
Rubbers
wear.
They are all just as honest as
the emblem signifies.
Best to Sell
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
Best to Buy
SELLING AGENTS
Best to
VANCOUVER, -   - B. C.
Wear
1
THEY AU COME BACK
1 vfy one who breakfast;.
lunche ��� or dire-, at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular cii3tomi .-. 1- ioau e
Everything i- Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
C'
Souvenir
o:
the
City
Fancy Good5;
Fir
Stati
tonery t]
J, J. MACKAY y C
Booksellers  and Statio:iw.-_
0.
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST (LASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,        -       -        3 5c
Yl to 'l p.m.; li to 8 p.m.
FOR LADIES' AND CHILDR0
WOOLLEN AND
KNITTED UNDERWEAl
, Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties '
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block, Proprietress'
Columbia Pt.
GO  TO
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone  A1S4 or address  tth Avenue and 10th Street.
THE WHITE HOU|
A. J.   BIRTCH,   267 ColumbiaH
Advertis
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the  i^e
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a, i.:6.
THE DAIL-V   (NEWS
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THE
ASH STORE
\ Local News Briefly Told
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EXCELLENCE
Iot '���' ':!;> Onlsb '.8  whit   ...al.es furniture \ ____,   Oar endeavor '
these two qualttlet    la every article bought ud toi-.   Our J
���': . ick dialog chair possesses then in  marked   d__T-_ !
I   ''"���' >' m .silent value.   Our  .3.00 solid oak cobbler Mat rocker ts }
��� leader iidlii winner; room,   and comfortable; and thon fancy j
chain, large genuine Bpanlifa  leather upholstering at .16.00 i�� oae
of the '.>e>:    Morris chairs all oak  frame  from |7.50 each op
:
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--   were  a
Tl e Queen I
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Stan!.     Reld
".and       ��� ��� a to the
lay atten
... Sa n
Humor on? Philosophy
By   Dl'NCAN   M.   SMITH
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl  liloi U.
Telephone T.i.
THE MYSTBRY.
iiii. maiden with the dreamy  .j'-s,
soulful look, lhe .lender waist.
The   ill    f Ui    ioui   a nl dl -I iln,
The .arm.irks of n-i.th.tlc taste,
Th higher w ilka
Thai   :    id   t I  l l.   : ir .l:7.7.\   lielglit
l-'.u  ���: a    the low  nnd    nmmoi place,
w hi i ��� did j >u ���. i thai appetite '
1
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MORE NEW SUITINGS
Van talk of Brow nine q    le a lot,
',���   it.   Err  ���   n   to heal  the b ind,
... [��� ���   ..        ,,      Read  v hltm in oi    on ���   ol hi i   l>o ik
. . nml      a a; m  :..;;,      n'i in     i itnnd;
At I ;      ���   .   Ine of talk
renes    .an'l bc be n
. ���   ���       V.<���   tako I ���. I rather H i
But, :    ���_ mj   >tai -. how  -. du    in ������ i!
. la - the thing,
. i I ���   ���     forth tha i ise;
Loud i    ors and ail gaudj
Bj   you nro    ounted out ol place;
Foi ���   from P u I. or New   Vork
\ .     lo i   t, you u uh, i are,
Bul   oh, I-i'.     lo p iy the bills
Thai   com ���   In   for   lha   clothe -   5-01
-a ear!
MENS FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR
n
;u
. -    ldy-tO  Wa:.
\Vi iw ':i~ every day 1
... ught to Ne .
.   .     The   position   :
���  1 de merchan Use a-   - .
��� : place now occupied  1
. .��� announce  the ai
���     Di        1.
Smiil      ' la  a Sl ii e
een reached
���     , and to continue In
must   ehi  ������  for sale.
atl   ictlve suitings
The        linings of 3 oar gentle ��� ��� .
things of air for \> hich j-ou a gh,
An   nol  the b irs Una In Iho stores
1 ir go ids thai  vulgar   'ash will buy,
But sl:.: th ��� ia in who falls In Io. 0
And marries you  wonld  need a   wale
;��� inneau" cloth,  speeiall. n   ihln >. alsl suits, In
navy, myrtle, cardinal ai 1 '-..-.   ��� line of shrunk suit-
is "Kashmera"  for .:-- ,in  navy, royal, hunt-
: own,   And a line ill-wool  .""rem h   Vicuna   suit-
��� a-, mj rtle, seal, wine, 1 -.       ind E iwn,  12 inche -
75c.
The Kashmeras are IS Inches wl le al $1.00.
Panneaus are 46 inche- -.vli- at $1.00.
MODERN   MILLINERY
tin tive  and  original���0,11   milliner;   Is in  a   'lass by  Itself.
E STYLES���as Impossible to descrl     them a at the leaves
������ lobe      They are the ver;.'     tyl   -   j iu   want���whether   you   be
r dark, tall or short, slim   ��� r   si mt,   witl   a   in I in    tn -----  or
: ,' -ii suit  you Is he   -
-. 1 New  Vurk have 1 lavish this se ha
��� 11   picture  hats, per i toques, .ma uly-ti   *-ears
.'.  adapted  to the  p     il 1    .   ntei   veil ngs.
or ler lefl  In our mill ioma will    e filled In a 1 atis-
anner, and  your bill   will 1      he a    1 ���     Our read   to
a  ladies and misses,   an 1    at tei n   hai mlcesl
a : are quite reasonably   price i.
n's Ready-to-Wear Hat  . 75c to $3.75.
Ready-to-Wear  Hat . $1.25 t.$3.5C.
I1,mem   Hats, $7.75 to $22.50.
AS  A  TRADE   TONIC
... ,���'
	
1   ��� .
a  the ver;,   latesl m id  Is.     Ki iwii      thai
ui we :   of  ever 1 ��� ���:.. are a a 1 . <
a up a new thing,
include  smai I   White  Fell  Sha es, "���'.��� tan  1   li   ned  Tur-
ri wes, Silk Strapped Sailors, etc.    Plenl    from which
a . e\ ��� rj one pi Iced -    ' iw I hal j 011    in ettei    You
��� see them.
m
I  the big Hie, 1 Satui
;| Jay         tu And vcrj buIk>. n
: I-   was   foun     that   I       old       itfo If ho would keep you satisfied.
'   covere I  a number of 0
I   which  ...                     assed   thi nigh I rhc LoS Cabin,
..... conflagration. TUe '"- ''''''" is :l sl>'" '"' arehitri
��� ture thai came Into fashion aboul tii <
The   v.' ���-"..                                   aa- time that n plain and simple natural
started   m lh       aimental         irs fo '""'!l ''it;/pn '"' ""' ''   s- A   cnlletl ""'
the Cent, ,   [,       ,um   ,.,              .      b tt"*n"��D '"' r"""w ���""trymen ... hi,
,      .,, ,. abilities ns a spellbinder, 11 life save:
!   wl  1 ���, .... . ..        . a 1	
1 and  an  adjuster  al   differences,   .
Vancouvi       The   ,������,,���, t0 8U��� , unjorlty, or the sh ;i
"'-'-'   ind will 1 Utsters refunded.
..  .... .   Iron   .' . k.    The designs Since that time II Mas been the cuh
prepared   foi   tl          ie are  m    I   or torn for all truly greal men 1.1 end"..
nate and   ire 1             llfullj   ixecuted. "r l" eel  themselves born   In  a   Id;
AH       ���     ��� lal ha     1 n  ar
range 1 ��� e this ei ming  al
Qu ���   ������ Meth idlsl     '. irch,
... ler  the   1   -��� ices  of  the    I-i iw irth
The en  11 tainmenl Is to take
��� a .. in 1 ie le ������ ire hall of the   ' urch,
.���    nding are n ilie ited I    ap-
! i ear   In      - -' 1:11  -   suit ible   onl     for
this occa don,
Don;;!.-!     Mali ilmson,   1  logger     n    cabin of the shaggy bark variety   utu
. I igging cam;, al  Millside,   situated   in   the   backwoods   ot   Ohl
, i,,:. ,., .    the Ro.   1 c  ��� iml |an   preferred, bul auy old kind will douiii
Penman's   Natural   Shirts and     Drawers
$1.25 the garment, all sizes.
Stanfield's Light  Weight, all sizes. $1.25
the garment.
I he heavier Stanfield's Goods,  $1.75 and
$2.00 the garment.
The   heavy ribbed Stanfield's $1.25���'and
$1.50 the garment.
Penman's   Blue Tail, all  sizes,  $1.25 the
garment.
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW WESTMINSTER
FOR 20th CENTURY BRAND CLOrHING
ta! yesterda     m irning,   - iffering
any old place in the  I . S,  A.
-   mm
ml
:Jks$
MiBi
-��5.
1 _������_,
'-;HS"W___B
ii is only necessary Hint the logs bo
of  the 1 hi .li old  kind thai   they   ma.
his leg    Iiia rlghl fool was   ,���, nble ,,, ,.,.slst  M���, s,,..,,,, ,,,-  mii:lv
..:..   crushed, and  it  was   nece_3ar.    cameras and r rn n  plain  negal   1
to  imputate the big toe.   Malcolmson   to tho photographing Mend.
1    onlj   iboul   twenty   years   of  age,      There are many   11 who are now
and i. ti l   rging for some time       seeking thnt sen of birthplace.    Auy
one who has a supply ou baud wlll ti   ,
The   remains   of   the  late   Thomas   well to apply ut this olHce.
i [eale; , w!      vas kille 1 ' \  one of 1 he
1;   C.   K   It.  ears near  the  Burnal Nc. J to Be Prepared,
-Say. Old .hi;., do you know how to
jwin on ihe races?"
"No, you don'l have to know that."
"How's Unit'.-"
"���" "   '���������"'     '  verdlcl   of   aci I lenl il      ..Voll  ,���.,,, ,,.llv   ,,,   ,.,���,���.   ,���,���.   , ,
ieath     ,va turned,   wltho 1     ni j    |ose ������
: ���    ttached to myon 1,   T
estei la       ifl Hjd a Supply.
no m,   ,vhei num ier lhe      '���Have you 1111. 1 g 1 > give?" 11 ���'.
used foi  iwi 1  th '   ,l'" canvasser for  'harltiiblo In 11
union.
"My  ad\ i '���  is  nl\A uy 1  freo to nil
���/,-.   .   courteously replied the russellsngelte
Pri '
��� S.  lehl
n the elm ' '
. , n-, for 1
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Monday Bargains
\ lewe .        1 Jul j  ai  Murchle's un ' ���"
In on  Sal ir laj   mo : ::
AT
,1 i
Educated.
"The ii-h nre not biting as they Usui!
to."
"1 he\- ha -, c grown too wise."
ible   lo   read   be
:.xr.'sa(aBB
their works shall ye
"knouj them "
On lhe merit of their performances alone are
we willing to have them judged. Simplicity of
construction, combined with a skill in manufacture, which is the inheritance of generations, make
mim.
���;.-
Thc
the
lZ g����d time keepe
consequently comfortable watches to carry.
11 efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
'"- JWncr to have any constructional defect remedied free of
large  ���'' ^e nearest agent in any part of the world.  They
n ' made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.     |
-^IfSQm     ^^HBMn9ifl___________________________l ^
[- CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
���     ' " ��� Perhnpa   y an
M ���   tween the Hue- "
'   ���    nil
One Exception.
"tio yoll think plant 1 have feel
"Some "l  II '-in  may. Iml   nol    Ic
plaul.    II is a chilly proposition "
.am I .     , .
.boul '    '
,. ||,.e 1  anio ��� '���     ��� '    '
mornin     ervlce,
ADAMS &  DEANS
Fifty  Glass Table  Sets,
Regular Prices $1 to $1.25 per Set,
I our  Choice    1 o-day   7je
Adams &  Deans
___a
i
.Ma  - - ��� ���
. n ;  V M . '        place lasi     I'tmln
Sl    \ a '    -        hurcli, w
Ftev,  .'.   ���-���    Hei lei ion, iched
opportune   sermon.    '���
was well attende I by th ri ol
the oi 1 a   wh i paraded to the    hut   i
-     theli   regalia     id jewel      In
the course   if   h -   term m   Mi !:
. .   . .   eferre I to the I   ���   prin '. Ie_
,,. the no de      I - to whli
;. nge I, an i Imp  ���- ������' upoi   them the
neci   ill     if living up to th il      m tl
:���;.-.,.....  . , - :.   the.   might derive the
full   : eneftl -   ai cruing   trom  the ob   ^
servanc ��� of the Masonic lav
The Import, nt Question,
"lie fell iii lovo at lirsi .Ighl of lie
"Whal  iir; ������ ��� its mo most i.-t what
will do 111  las:  slglll of her."
Then He Gmld Rciiicmber.
"I haven wretch
ed memory,"
"Why don't you
try something foi
It?"
"What, for In
gtanco?"
"Loaning monoj
\��) to your friends."
WHEN YOD SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Mapla Leaf Label)
Is the best value, because it Is pure, nutritiou. and very economicul.
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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PERT PARAGRAPHS.
[    VV'. G,  Mc Juai :������ lefl on  3 itut la -
l bi for North Yakima, where he will
,.     .:,.,  ,, i   Peace  i never desirable enough H
,.��� leavor I i sec ire the extraditl in oi
the raan Munn, who Is wanted In con .uarrei aoouL
nection with th     leorge Oille     nur g^me truths are io pleasant that thaj
ler.    On Thursday last TV  T. Cooks- paM for _Dtrutt_i,
ley's services   were   re pi rltl ne I  to
;,,,,.   ,  numbei     ( I h It Igra] bs of Gil- y0u may deceive fl homely Kh'l abo ll
ley Bros.' wharf from the variotu po- her looks, but you can't fool a pfottj i
g'.tions In  which  the principles  an I one.
witnesses In tha murder are allej   I ~
u"'-                       ,,      ,, r,     .���     ,.   ,. Self   satisfied    nd vlduals  are abo
,,  leive sfood.    Mr.  MeQtrerrie took "                               .     .. .
to  nav(  bhjou.               7 as tnsprlng as a plate of cold frti
the   photographs  with  him,  and   _*��� ���
...;. ,,,.. bul IH ledlfflcul      ; getOna M '
BEST   ON   EARTH
THE MONARCH RANGE
It utilizes .ill thc heatinrj .ower of the hard coal, soft coal, wood or
i coke. Ordinary steel and cast iron ranges are fuel //asters. They ma/
work well until the bolts beccme loc.e where steel is bolted to cast Iron.
The Monarcn ranqc is different. It is constructed with malleable Iron
frames, to which the steel is rivetted, rot bolted. It 13 only in this way
that absolutely air-tight joints can be made. There Is no stove putty In
Monarch  air-tight  seams ���no danger of leaks.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & BRYSON
NEW WESTMINSTER.      VANCOUVER.
!
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jiMSi: THE   DAILY  NEWS
MONDAY. 0cT
I
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:
Kitchen   Don'ts.
Don't litter up a kitchen anj
more than you can help while getting a mi. I. It will take hours I i
straighten up after the n i al is o1 ��� r.
; lon'i lay a greasy sp ion down on
tt.. table, tt li aves a Main that wii.
ta   ��� hard work to remove.
J>on"t   crumple    up   your   di -.
towels.    lUnse and  hang thi m   in
Ilie   s ::\.  a..-s   the  Chicago   Dai
News.
1 lon'i pour boiling water over
china thai is piled * the dish ] a i.
It is api to i rack trom sudden 11 -
traction nnd expansion.
! lon'i try to blai k a stove �� hile i1
i.s hot. It take- more blacking an i
less j"
PROFESSIONAL.
mimng recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has betn expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
Si.00 an acre.
Permission  may be granted by the
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate ;	
claims containing iron and mica, also 1
cr.pt-.r, in the Yukon Territory, of an   J*L|R   j   p   HAMPTON* BOLE, solicl-
HITESIDE i-  EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia  street,   N'ew   Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shal! provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2'/_ per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of  the   location.
PLACER MIXING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fe��
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan  River claims are either
tor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce build-
Ijlg, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, N'ew Westmiuster. Money to
loan.
Cars of   B_.tli   Sponges.
When  thc regulation salt water
gpi Dgi - need cleaning the besl p
to    ,;  tiie dirl  i.- to soak them
vi ��� ..ai- for several hours and 1  e
run     a an   warm    water   ihr.
th - 1 until tin- acid is r.'.l out. 'i lie
-!    ild  then   be   .   ng  i:i  the
e :. bi re I hey v.i!! an- and dry.
After each hath a sponge sho ild be
washed mil with ��� lean I: >: wi * :
and Eoap and rinsed witli cold water,
the:i pul in :. pli . here the ���.:���
and - inshine surr iund it, for unli -
sponges arc well ;;;:���' <! they he.. :..
sour and ilis; s recablc io use.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARR IF.,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets,
bar or bench, the former being 100. Vancouver, rooms .1 to 24, ..a Granville street. J .soph Martin, K. C, .0
\V. Weait, W. U. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin will he in th-3
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY,   REID  &  BOWES,  Barristers,   solicitors,   etc.,   4.    Lome
New
street, oppo
Westminster
241.
site   Court    House.
A. Whealler, P.O.
Box
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets. New Westminster, B. C.
Mock  Duck.
Spread a slici of s teak cul [roi 1
tlie top of the round with a stuffing
made a- fi r a i hicken or turkey.
Roll 1 In- meat up and lie closely,
then steam one hour. Put thc steak
in q small baking pun and rub 1 vi r
with butter. Brush with a beal ������:
egg, pour the liquid from the dish
in the steamer into the pan an i
bake until tender. Baste often with
liquid. Serve with a brown gravy
made from tin- contents of the pan.
W. MYERS GRAY. Barristi .'. Solicitor
an 1 Xr-ary Public, in practice 1 Ince
1S91 at New Westminster, B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block,Clarkson stree;, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
Hint  About   Old   Gloves.
Old kill gloves or kid slippers may
be utilized for making kettle or iron
holders. Leather being a had conductor of heat, these holders are
much more effective than flannel
ones. Square- of kid should he eat
out. joined together and covered
with felt or flannel, the edges being
bound with braid or strips of thin
lei .her. The housewife will be surprised how such holders save her
hands from the heat.
Cleaning White Ribbons.
White ribbom���satin, mo.saline,
louisine and the rest of ihe satiny
kinds���which have become soiled
may he washed iii tepid water iu
which soap jelly has heen dissolved.
Stretch them out, upon a board tn
dry���1111 ironing board covered with
clean muslin is splendid for thc
purpose���pinning ihe ends firmly,
.0 ns to stretch the ribbon beyond
thc need of pressing if possible.
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill nr bank, not
exceeding icoo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee'. right is confined to the
ubmerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and Sio per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty ':ime as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line cv
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo fo
2000 feet. All other placer claims
���hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking .
claim must held a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of- a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall b.
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except     _	
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
the  lessee   can   dredge  to  high-water   KING SOLOMON LODGE, r'O. 17, A.
mark on each alternative leasehold. p.   &   A.   M.���Regular   co'ximuniea-
The  lessee  shall have  a  dredge in       tions of this lodge are held on the
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. Ne��v
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly-
meeting.   A. E. Whi<e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���Tho regular meeting of this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
orethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
second Tuesday in enc". month in
Masonic Temple, at S p. tn. Visiting brethren are -ordially invited
to atteud.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one ,	
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10'ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 4.9
per annum  for    each    mile    of river      R-   B.   K.  of  I.,  meets  second  and
To Wash Challis.
For washing challis rice water is
the best. Boil one pound of rice in
five quarts of waier. When conl pul
the challis in with the rice and water anil wash we!!, using tlie rice
much as you would soap. If no
rinsing is used the rice will have a
good efTec! 1 :. the f ibric.
Turning  Out Jellies.
The following method of turning
jellies quite whole out nf a mold wil
ho found an excellenl one ami ven
iisefiil when parties are to be given:
Grease jelly molds witli butter, ant:
when the jelly is to he turned oui
plunge the mold into hot water an ;
remove at once.
Plaster   Ornaments.
Cover plaster 1 f puris ornament
thai are intended to he cleaned with
u thick coating nf starch and allow
it to
bei ome perfectly dry, I
ien
can be brushed off and the dirt wit:
it.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COM.- Coal lands may be pur-
chased at $10 per acre for soft '-"al
aii'! $20 l'"r anthracite. Nut mure
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company, Royalty at
the rate nf ten cuts por toil of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gr.'-->
output.
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 certihcate is granted
for one Or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance oi $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
?50 to ?ioo per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same   with   two   legal   posts,   bearing
location  notices,  one  at  each  end  of   sold to the  prospector at  the  rate ofl
the line of the lode, or vein. $1  an acre, and the remainder oi the
The claim shall be recorded within   tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles   will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,:
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-   subject to royalty at such rate as may
ditional   day   allowed   for   every   ad-   be specified by Order in Council,
ditional  ten  miles  or  fraction.     The \V. W. CORY,
fee for recording a claim is $5. Deputy of the Minister  of the In
At least $100 must be expended on  Ji-rior.
the  claim   each  year  or  paid  to  the      LVpt, Interior. 'i�� I
leased.     Royalty  at  the   rate  of two
.and a half per cent, collected on the
output after  it  exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
ist day of August in the year oi the
date of the lease.
Tlie lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
hut the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same ..-eel-;, gulch or river, by
giving  notice  and  paying  a  fee.
Work must be done on a claim
eai li year to the value of ar least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, .-mad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers .'ire longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line, They protect
their train- by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Y'ukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and   the minister may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be j
prospected,  an  area of  1920 acres Tor
such   period   as  he  may  decide,  the
length of which shall not exceed three :
limes the breadth.    Should thc pros-j
pector   discover   oil   in   paying   quan- I
tities, and satisfactorily establish such'
discovery,  an   area  not  exceeding G401
acres,  including  the oil  well,  will  bei
fourih Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    E. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meeis in Orange ha'll fi .-st and
third Friday in each month at S p.1
rn. Visiting brelhren aie cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
aie held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
.lially invited to attend. A. P. Halla-
day, N.Q.; W. C. Coatham, Kee. see.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings 'he lirst and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson s'reet, C.
S. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Foui ih Wednesday of each month.
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. at
8 p. in.. White' Roi e Degree Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
lime and place. Visiting Brelhren
cordlallv Invited, E, I!. Stiiuh-
comb., Pies.. II. Disney, Secretary.   I
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month a' 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rushton, C. R.: F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of j
this: Lodge are held on tho Second j
and Font Ih Tuesdays of each month
at   .  [1. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy  in-1
vited 10 attend.   B. C. Firth, C. R.; j
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SONG OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on iho First and .
Third  Tuesday  of every  month  in
K.    of    P.  Hull.      John    McN'iven, '
Chief; j. j. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Annual
Xmas
Drawin
Win $300 in Gold1
Reichenbach Cornel
Limited
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our |
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate,
IMPORTANT-A11  holders   of  prize coupons!
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company ������ Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   Columbia street
,^1 ^       NEW WESTMINSTEW O-i.
���a, 13C6.
THE   DAkLY  NEWS
>:>_��_���.>. ��� >..���.;���..���.��� . > ;���;���;;���.;���.
lew Westminster-First, Last and All the Time I
Purchase Notice Tide ���>ie Fraser mver{HOW CHURCHES CKQW
PIANOS
ewcombe, New Scale Williams, 1
:���*
Dominion,  Morris, Nordkeimer I
Notii e is b given tha   60 daj -
af er   late   I  Intend   app ying     i  the
Cl lef   i   . uei     if  Lan 1.    an I
Work- fo lon    i purcha
,-., Ing desci Ibe I land, ituated at
oouth f tl Kildala . ���.. C is
trii C '.:.:. en Ing it a ] ost mai k-
i i VS. M.'s N. i: Corner plante 1 in
the south bank of the Kildala river
ai the mouth, running as follows; 10
i hains south. 4') chains west, 10
chains north to the shore line, thence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or less
Aug   27, 1906.
Locator, W  moody.
Per FRANK  VANDAL.  Agent,
Oct. 24,  1906,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
week en ling  Nor.  I. 1906.
i. ..
IN FAR KOREA
I ct.
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Nov.   I
-Nov.
Nov.
Nov.   I
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I
TIMBER  NOTICES.
: .
         ...
     5.15
iu iu
..,     6.00
L7.05
     6.45
17 IS
     7.30
1- nu
     8.15
18.25
..........    9.05
IS.50
SAND HEADS,
High.
Time. Ht,
V.a
10.30
24.00
0.40
11.all
1    ,11
12.15
2.15
12.40
2.40
13.20
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'Oct
grr ORGANS %st \
I
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���:
a*
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Irapliopliones. Violins, Accordions. Cellos. Xylophones,   I
Mandolins,   Concertinas,   Flutes.  Whistles, |
Mouth   Organs. j
[rand new selection of the celebrated Columbian I
and Edison Records, |
Musical Instruments of all kinds kept in stock..
:���:
__
J. H. TODD
fhe Music House      -     Burr Block, Columbia St.  |
No:ire Is hereby given that 30 days.
afier date  I  Inten 1  to apply  to the
Commissioner   of   Lands   and
i to cul an I c irrj
away   tim ie the  foil iwing de-
. i ribed lan Is:
j    l. Commencing  al   a   p isi   marked'
VS. M '. S E.  Corner,  plan! ��� I    n  the
north bank of the Kil lala river a io il
| two miles  up  from  tha   m i ith,  running as foil iws:   10 ch lins n i
I chains   west,   10   chains   south,  i"1'
. chains   easl   to   p ilni   of commencement,  conl lining 640 a
( iess.
Located August 27, 1906.
2. Commen lng ai a p . ���: marke .
VS. M.'s S.W. i' irner, plante 1 on the
north bank of the Kildala river, abou
' iwo tulle's up from the mouth, running
as follows: 40 chains north, 120 chains
easi. mi chain, south, le chains west,
iu chains north, 80 wesl to point of
commencement, i intaining 640 acres,
more or less.
Located Augusl 27, 1906.
3. Commencing nl a posi marked
W. M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, aboul
live and a hah' miles up tlie river
from the mouth, running as follows:
in chains south, 160 chains, west, I11
chains north, 160 chains east to point
of    commencement,   containing    640
I acres, more or less.
Located August 2'>, 1906.
4. Commencing a; a post marked
W. M.'s N.W. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
five and a half miles up the river from
Oct.
Nov.   _
N   .
Nov.   1
15.32
.   I  12
16.00
. 5.21
16.27
16.53
. 6.51
17.18
17.11
.  8.16
18.10
10.5
12 6
11.0
12 ,
11 ,
12 I
II a
11  1
1:.'. I
11 5
12.3
n 2
12.4
10.9
Tim ���
9.11
22.16
10.00
22 16
10.41
23.15
ll, 27
23 1 I
12.08
0.12
12.49
ii.ll
13 13
Ht,
5.8
1.3
6.4
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7.6
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2.4
Rev. Dr.  Gri..son Tells cr  H.s  Wer*
as a  Med        '.. . sionary m
the   Far   East.
Th      ilpit of the Y.'i      Pn - .
a.  was occupie i  yesterday e\
Ing     ���   Rev    Di. Grierson, a  Kore in
medical missionary, who is home with
Mrs. Grierson on furlough.   Dr. Q
.-'>n took for his text  l Cor. I: 21, 'in
that ii pleased God, by the foolishness
of  preaching, thai   they   should    be
Ileve."     The    speaker,   after  a   short
COm.tttt.nt   directly   upon   the   words  of
lil>> te.xi. applied it to his experiences
among the people of Korea, in lom
thi. speaker und Mrs, Grlenson 'eft for
Korea to 6p6_i Up work upon oile of
the new stations Thej were located
it: the northeastern portion of the
a.'imtr.v, at Song Chin The people
there were very primitive In their
mode of living, and the firsl difficulty
. '.i yet a suitable building t > live
In and a hospital for i reating the bo i
11 illments of the people. From the
first, Providence seemed to smite upon
���j.. iiork nn.I to open up the doe- for
remineM    Iu K9rea th,nga were n"
elvlllzed   coun-
8.9
Canada's
Monster
Crop
i
This is a ban .
I'   In  quality   as
Never before has such
oats been safel;  harveste l
crop ve ir f it Can
well  a. qu ini ity.
i huge crop of
n iver be
fore has the quality been so good.
THE BRACKMAN-KER MILLING
CO.'S buyers c:i! ele <ators all over
Western ('ana ! ta e se ��� ured the
pick of this n aderf : :r... >:' finest
oats, and by the aid ��� I the new and
powerful machinery in their various
mills, have quickly transformed them
into the famous B. & K. rolled
oats. Every grocer has now a stock
Of B. & K. ROLLED OATS milled
from   this   season's   wonderful crop.
��. C. Mills, Timber and j
Trading Company
[VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER !
i
Manufacturers and Dealers  in  All Kma's  af j
wer,  Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Dours,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc. !
Fish and Fruit Boxes. j
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass. J
'ARMERS ATTENTION! j
iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining. [
i
I i
pyal City Branch, Columbia St. j
UND REGISTRY ACT
the  mouth,  running as  follows:   160  This Is practically direct from the har-
chains   east,    10 chains   south.   160  vesl fteId to -vo:,:' breakfasl table,
chains west,  10 chains north to point  .
of    commencement,    i intaining   G10
acres, more or less.
1906
le S   .     Pari of Lot 3, Bl  . k 3, New
Westminster Suburbs,
'. i    tifli .y.- of indefe isible title t i
���       iperty will Le issued  to
Bi inett ��� Saw mill Company, Limited ;. ibilll  . on the L5th day of November, : 106, unless in the meantime
a valid i     ��� ������. ei ��� hereto be made to
me In writing bj a pei son or pei sons
ci limin : an esi ite or Interesl the 'ein,
' r In an ���     irl I hereof.
C. S. KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar of Titles,
Lan !   Registry    Off!< e,  New   \\ ���-���
:.,;���..   r   ge., Oct   1". 1906.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Located August
5. Commencing  at a posi   marked
\Y. M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on thel
'south bank of the Kildala artn, aboul
one mile from the mouth of the river,
running as follows: sn chains south,!
SO chains west. 80 chains north to the
shore line, thence following shore line
to point of commencement, containing
G 10 acres, more or less.
Located August 27, 1906.
6. Commencing   at a   post  marked (
VS   M.'s  S \V.  Corner,  planted  on  ihe
easl   bank   of   the    Dal a    river*, about '
len,chains easterly from the mouth,
running as   follows:   40 chains east,
I i chains north, in chains east, 80
chains north to the river, thence following river to point of commencement, containing 640 a. re-, more or
less,
Located Augusl 27. 1906.
(Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per Frank Vandall, Agent.
Iphone12.
New Westminster    |
ladian Bank of  Commerce
|p Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
' iral Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
INCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
AG   '      ���
Th ���   'ti! ���   rallwn    runniii ; through
-  md tonrl      ars,   13        ;
went.
���;-  .  ; ���     Sea   le leaves nl  v.    I      I.
a .. .  al   ; '.40,
!������.    i��� i   ���.,   resen al Ions   and
par' i' u i   i appl;   to
i:d. ip iii.:::'.
C. P. it    \gent,
New   We. 'II  :.      '
E.   J.   COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Oct. 1,  1906.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally | NEW l|    Dailv
Leave! WESTMINSTER! Arrive
:��:.0ain iikiine, Belfthg-|3TC0 pm
4::;.. pm ham     Burling-|9:55pm
| ton, Mt. Ver-
|non, Everett
Seattle aud
| Portland.
4:35 pmlSpokane, St. 3:00 pa
|Paiil in. nil
points   East.
B.20 am|Anacortes, 13:00 pm
IWoolley,     undj
'Rock!   ,:l
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:55 pm
IH: L'O a m
|l:.'!5 pm
Lv.    Ni
Qulchon 3
ii   p.   in..
Friday.
8:46 a.
9:30 a. m.
w Westminster tor
rai p. ni. Ar. Qulchon
Mon 11.,   We luesd is.
On ;gag6   delivered
pari of the city.
promptly to   my
Light and Heavy Hauling
VL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
���rice 'Phone 185,
Harp   r'nmi'. 187 !
FARMERS' BANKING.
Pci|,i' afforded   Farmers  for   their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
I    ��r U*e''1   f��<' collection.
'    '  '  ''���   MAIL���Deposits   te ��������� be made or withdrawn oby mall.
lV" l"'",'-��-    receive every a nation.
OpIvSTMINSTER BRA^0H���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
' ' EN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
druthers Manufacturing Corny, j
Manufacturers of J
)w Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the (3rc.it
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ''nlv for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Grand Trunk Ry.
iu. ar, from Qulch m,
l.v. tor Vancou .er.
Route of the famous
-ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
_���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, st. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St,
Louis  and  all   points   East.
i'or    complete    Information
rules,   berth   reservation,   etc.,
Call on or address,
V. ('. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, li. C
S. O. YERKES, A. Q, V. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
NOTICE.
,e Carruthers Manufacturing Co. j
VANCOU   '    , C.
IO0I.
Leave
i) io a.m.
12-5 P-m-
u 40 a.m.
.�����-���--
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane  7-15 P���-
...Rossland  ....4.IO p.m.
Nelson 6.45 P-m-
"    H. A. JACKSON.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Anil all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
I PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAJX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, Hi.
Having sold out the bicyole aud repair business, we will carry on the
electrical business exclusively lu the
future, and will carry a full stock of
everything In that line that Is to be
found ln a first-class shop.
House wiring will be promptly attended to. and our prices on everything will be found as low as those of
any other business concern of this
kind on the coast.
T. MOWBRAY
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS1
they are iii more
tt les, w bere one simply bad to gl. ���
an order to a contractor and 'hen si-
down and watch the building grow.
I" necessary to send men up to
the hills where the timber was bar-
! line I for and hewe 1. Then it had
to be broughl down to the valley,
, hi .. the work was to be accomplished. I' so happene: thai -nine of the
hewers who were senl to the hills
were Christian natives. When they
had completed their da.''* *ivm'u l!"'y
would gel together and stuu" ^e
Scriptures and pray and sing the
translations of Christian hymns together, 'o the -real wonderuiem of the
native., tvfco are a very superstitious
people, and have nol much religion
of any kind beyond ancestor worship.
Their curiosity led them to ask many
questions, and after attending the worship of the loggers, Ihey themselves
soon came to a knowledge of (lie*
truth.
Their buildings, whicli were of tlio
Simplest, were eventually completed,
and the work gradually grew and pros-
pered, One of the difficulties of the
place was the shortage of water.
There was only one well In the village, and ihere the nal','. .��� all dl I
;':"ir washing, and the missionaries
were compelled to drink the water
���viib the rest. Thej erected their
buildings on the top of _ hill, The
Koreans for some reason Or other always   choose   the   low    and    sheltered
pots for iheir homes. On the top of
tlii- hill they also un lertook to di'.; a
well, and were surprised to lind that
the natives were ver.'. auxin:;, lo persuade   them  to  abandon   the idea   i r
digging  a    well   there       They   assiir - !
the missionaries thai tbey would be
quite unable to gel water there. K
afterwards came oul thai their anx-
letj was occasioned by the facl that
tin".- believed thai the Interior of the
hill  was   peopled   with  demons,  and   if
the missionaries dug holes the demons would gel oul and worry them
.-.nil destroy their cattle. However,
the missionaries continued with their
well.   They reached as far as m feet,
; and Still no waler. Each ila< the
natives came along to watch, and under iheir expressions of sympathy
was a suspicion of chaff, Al lael
iv. ter was secured and of an excellent
qu ility, to the greal delighl of th i
missionaries, The natives still prophesied evil, and one daj while vlsll
inn al a dislaiH pari of the field, Dr.
Grierson was overtaken by one of hie
lervants, who said thai one of the
Christian workers on the mission station had fallen down iho 75-foOl well
and was almost killed     _5JC- drier ion
' hurt iei]    home   as   fasl    a I   his   ho
iuld carry him. and found thai the
servant In question was being lowered Into the well tor the purpose of
examining  It,  wbeu  the buckel   ha i
i broken loose and lie had been hurled
with greal velocity to the bottom Into
live fee, of ice cold water. lie WOS
: hauled up almosl perished from having been iii the Icy waler for nvr
| half tin hour before they could get
the windlass rigged up again to pull
hlm out. An examination showed
thai the victim had broken several
ribs and the lungs were apparently
perforated, They attended to his case
as thoroughly as possible and prayed
earnestly for hla life, as the Koreans
vere all perfectly satisfied that it was
the work of demon., of the hills, who
had cut the bucket ropes and atten'; t-
ed to take the life of the one who had
ventured Into their domajns. Strange
tc say, the morning after the patient
had been bandaged, the wrappings
wero found to be quite loose. The
swelling had subsided, and in an In-
credibly short space of time the man
was walking about the town, to the
great surprise and wonderment of the
people, and the joy and thankfulness
or the missionaries. Many other Interesting incidents wer�� cited by the
speaker, who was listened to moat attentively by the large congregation.
I
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MCf.DAY. n
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Try It On Your Breakfast Table
Lake of the Woods Breakfast food
10 lb. Sacks, 40c per Sack.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intend-d foi this column should bi ad
dressed, "Social Editor, Daily News, i' O.
1   _ 102, New Westminst) -
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[Economy
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For INTENSE HEATING Use
Mrs. Creighton gave a \'t:y enjoyable bridge party ou Saturday afternoon. The guests wen Mrs. .Malins,
.Mrs. ii' .:. Mrs. Coulthard, Mrs. J. Stil-
well Clute, Mrs. Brymner. M:s. De
Wolf Smith, Mrs. Rand, .Mrs. Graeme,
Mrs.   McColl,  Mrs.   Payne,  Mrs.  Gay-
:. Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Hannington
and Mrs.  F   wler.
Mrs. ii. __. DeBecK entertained al
.::��� :n m n tea on Saturday.
L. C. Johnston, W. McDermott and
George Cun in, ol Dawson City, were
in ihe city m Saturday last.
COKE
A. .1.   Hill,  C.E.,
recovering very
rapid.;.' from bis injuries receiv) d at
Mission a couple oi wei i.s ago. He is
cow a ile to fi' up in bed foi a short
time each day.
Mis.   William   Archibal I,
who
Sargent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
housekeeper", time
and strength.
With it many
attractive antl
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might Le wasted
ii it were not for the < .era.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread,
crackers, etc. lt does not mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food as vou want it���fine,coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY-I
. . . Seasonable .
======== AND
Serviceable  Bl
ouses
All news goods   i ir   ���'���    ' '���'���      Shirtwai
ties  that   are populai   an I _ervicea     . Flannelette:
'"   "
French   Flan els, Silk, etc e   i   fe.   of the mate .. ,.n ���
of iirices which make the buying       needed waists i
Fancy  Striped Flannelette Waists, all    Izes, each   	
Dark and Light Colors, heavy weight,  fancy  materl
Cream and BUck Lustre Waists, each $1.25, S150
Fine Quality Silk Waists. In .   li     ���    range ol col
        1300 t: <���;
WANTED   LINES   OF   KNITTED   GOLF  BLOUSE
ui
CLEAN       COMFORTABLE       CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
M. BELYEA & CO,
Telephone    1 so.
.CALL ON
SCORE. PERISH IN
l". A. Muir &o. ��� ���T
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
r i scriptions a Specialty.
(Continued   from  First  Page.)
V  the first intimation of danger En-
! ley leaped to fhe platform, laking his
. child with him. As the coach hung
downward lie sprang into the water,
and 1'.. tremendous efforts succeeded
in swimming ashore wiib the little
one.
On the roof of the last car the res- [
cuers  found Conductor Curtis almost
crazed with terror.    He was bleeding
New Westminster.   - ��� - B. C -I("" cuts ��" the head and was other-
wise injured.    When able to talk he
could   give   no   clear  story   of   what
Ellard Block,
has been visiting her son. Alex. Archibald, ai Abl otsfi rd, for the past two
,.������ .-, returned to the city the latter
part Of lasi week. Sile was aecoin-
.. iii i by le r son. who will visil here
lor a few days.
James   Ronald,  of  Seattle,   was in
lh" city on  Saturday, and  will  :��� ave
ti   lay  :. bo indary   country   to
Into the rani ing '.respects then .
Mrs. Charlotte Rogers, oi Park row.
who has been ill for some months
��� .,-���. j- sal 1 to bi rapidly approaching
convalescence. She is now aide to
be up for a short urne each day.
Jami s Bi sl went out to Cloverdale
yesti r laj on a short visit.
('. P. Bennett, -.vhe recently arrived
bi ri from California, is at present in
thi St. Mary's hi spi;:,!. whi re he is
suffering from a ^ryi-yr attack of ty-
; hi id lever. Mr. Bennett is a son of
J. C. Bennett, manager of the Fn ser
River tannery.
Roberi Jai .Ine left yesterday after-
noi a for the upper country, where he
Is going cut ou a week's shooting
tour.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
happened.
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
For China
 AND	
EXPLOSION WRECKS
FIVE BRICK BUILDINGS
Different  Kinus.
"A man in politics should have
lots of friends, shouldn't he?"
"It depends," answered Senator
Sorghum, "on whether thev an
friends who wani to do something
for yon or who wan! you to do something for them."���Washington Star.
A LITTLE NONSENSE.
Little    Girl's     Delightful     Anticipat-O
More Than  Realized.
Tin.- is the story they tell of i
cunning little five-year-old gir
whose nuree had been promising lit.
ail summer a little coon doll whn
the family reached the city if she
would be very good and obedient.
This was a delightful promise, and
the little girl was as good as a little
five-year-old could be. Then the
family came hack to the city a little earlier than usual, and something interesting happened ��� a
brand new baby came to the house.
Lt was a funny, red faced littli
creature, which only a loving mother und experienced nurse could possibly consider beautiful, but it wa-
a great thing for the little girl, wli
had never before in her short lifi
seen a real live baby.
"There is a great surprise f :
you."" said the nurse, taking th
five-year-old upstairs, where (he little new sister was lying snuggled up
under a canopy of muslin and ribbons. "What do you think of that ."
she continued, lifting the little gir!
.o that she could see the funny little
face on the white pillow. And the
little girl was as much pleased as
every one had expected she would
be. She gave the nurse a big hug
as fIio cried:
"Oh,   nursie,   is   that   mv   coon
doll?"���New York Times.
Oui   showing of these servl ea de garments  is   >,.
interes: to any person al this season.    Norfolk  Coal
Vests and   Boys' Sweaters  an   all   fi  ind needed In i
See waa:  we are showing this \ ��� - '���>  in   these   Ladh       M    .     ,.
-av)
foul
uud
November  Buttenck   Patterns  Now in Sti .'k.       ��� "^
Ask    i_t    Fashion   Sneets.
W. S. C0LUSTER &
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PURINITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:   Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
W. E. TALES,
And   Kills and  Wounds a   Number  cf
Pecole  in Coffeyville,
Kansas.
Topeka, Kan., Oct. 28.���Two persons
were lulled, one is missing, lour were
seriously  Injured   and    twenty   morel
h irt iii a terrific explosion of natural
gi bed   five   I wo-storey 1
brick businesi Ings at Coffeyville, 1
Kan., ;o-day. One of the dead is Mrs.
.1. E. McDonaid. The missiiy. person
i ��������� a Bon of C, .1. Clossen, a grocer, It
i: supposed the gas escaped from u
main in the "nlock. Tlie becond floors ;
o' all the btfffilings were occupied by
rei mers,
A Rapid Harvest.
"Pupa." inquired  the youngstei
"what is 'wild oats.' "
"Wild oats, my son."' answered
papa, "is something that you sow ,:.
the evening and reap in the rnori.-
ing."���Lippincott's Magazine.
As Others See  Us.
Greening���Every one tells m.
that 1 am long headed,
Browning���Of course you are,
Only long heads are adapted to narrow minds.��� .Minneapolis Journal,
Prompt and Truthful.
"Come, come, madam!" cried the
judge sternly. "You must not prevaricate, but answer all question.
promptly and truthfully."
"Very well," replied the pt rt witness.
"Now, then, what is your age?"
"None of your business."���Philadelphia Ledger.
Impossible.
Thc County Fair.
Boon, soon will come the county U*&
With all the .leys li brings���
Tin   inummutli  lui't.
Tin  boss race, loo:
The pumpkin pics
Rn fair to view,
The mighty Btew
-with ribbon blue,
And lots of other tlilnps.
���Cleveland I'lain TV. rer,
Gl
ass ware
TRY
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
W.   716 and 718 Columbia";-'!.    FourJFloors.     Rear Extt-nsi' *    _:���<���._. S'.rrfJ
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Vancouver Investoi
Still Favor Property on Columbia Street,
New  Westminster.
We control the sale ol si .era! ol   the  best   busln    -    lies in
Pull sized lots, 132 feet deep, with 66  feet  frontage on both <
Fronl streets, improved or otherwise, and particular!', adi "j
business requirements.    Bettei   buj   now and get full benefit 1   i        t
market. I
Malins, Coulthard & Co
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster E|
��������������������������������������������������������.��� �����*���<.*<.���������������������..���������������������<�����������
* Electric Railway Service!
!
1-2 Mile From R.R.
Station, Port Hammond
Twelve  acres   (black  soil  with clay
Bubsoil),    nearly    all     cieared.    Good
fruit trees.    Good  roads.    Creek  runs
through    land.     Six-rocmed    dwelling1
_and good  outbuildings.
PRICE���$2200.
WHITE ft SHILES
260 Columbia St.
Phone 85. !
GARDENS���.. is impossible to exaggerate the
future possibilities of this Lulu Island land as an
investment. Our words and phrases may seem
exaggerated to many, but the only way you can
fully appreciate this property is to allow us to
show you over it.
FIVE ACRES
Will keep a horse, cow and poultry, besides producing a crop of $1000.00 annually.
ONE CROP WILL PAY FOR THE LAND.
$175
SECURES ONE OF THESE LOTS.
N. B.   Come in to-day���-the choicest selections are
being taken.
f. J. Halt & Co. Ltd.
Insurance Loans Real Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New   Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
"'i hey   ti l!  mc  thai   thai yn n ���
feil. r from London ��ol  be   tin inn;
down nt your | ince have gol py
mus."
"Musi 'ti' cuughl ii r.fore lie i..
thi :,. for l;e ain'i i ...��� In d n
stronger  than   i        . ni o  ho
h'ere."���-Once n Week.
What Might Havo Been.
"Alas,"   conl d   the   pi nil    :
man. **i;i a rm un ..:  of v en ;nc ���   I
Btole u carload of 1; -u ��� fill ing ."
"Jn n moment of wi aknc.s ���" i :
claimed    the   judge,     "Goodne...
man!   What would you have taki n
if you   hnd  yielded   in  a   moment
when ymi fell strong?"���-Judge.
Inter-urean Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11 p
in. excep Ing at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City   Limits Line    Sei .! e from
0 15 a.m. to 11 p ni.
20 Minute Service��� Mi transfer.
Between 12 and _ and :> and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during i��|
malnder or day.   i*ransrer
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   tt;.:f liourly be-jj
tween  8  n.  in. and 10 !'��� *|
City and sapperton.
Sapperton Line    :    M""u" " i
vice, excepi   between i- ���J
2, and 6 and l, d 'ring w
Vours    ilie    Bervice  *'���- '
liali'-lionrly.
Sunday Service   Ball-now '��� ������!
tween 8 a. m. and n ;��� ��' ���
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., 1^
Safety  In   Numbers.
Cassidy���Come homo wid mc fur
supper, < lasey.
Casey���Go 'long, man! S1ii.it>.
'tis long pashl yer supper time; ye.
wil'e'll be mad as blazes.
Cassidy���Faith, Hint's why I want
ye to come; she can't lick the both
o' us.���Philadelphia Press.
^Z^^l^Tm^SiiBSmKBSmvBnmsw^
Those  Dear Girls.
"J am nol anxious lo ninny," said
the girl who wns beginning to be nol
so young. "1 nm fully able to fight
life's battles alone."
".But how do you know that when
you have never had an engagement?" asked Ihc young widow.���
Detroit Tribune.
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF|
Root Pulpers and SH
Straw Cutter,GrainGrinJ*j
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   Tho above jf
ines include Fleury's, Cocks
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co>
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