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-/,,.- !     London, Oct. 29���The first vote in committee of !
lr Secretary for Colonies Says Newfoundland  Was j the house of lords on the educational bill, wa.s taken  I
Consulted   and   Kept Fully Informed of
Progress of Negotiations.
Vnswering a ques-
mmone to-day,
. Ch irchlll,    under
lonii -. gave pre
teps   taken   fully
..... nmenl   of   New-
.   of thi   nego
lu.  vivendi  on  the!
���i.   Ke said:
Majesty's go.
r< ply of Xewfoundlan I  wa-    ���   . ;., |,
Throughout,  Newfoun I : ;   ���.     ..
Fully  and  prompt      advi    I    by telegraph.    His Mai/   ������ 's govi rnmi nl i n-
-������' ered    no    con     inici     n     . ���     ,
United States w Itho il fi   -      nsulting
Newfoundland an I endeavi ring to i
tain her concurrenci     Thi  note of the
United   States   am lassa lor,   ri til  In
arrangements,   v.,i-   teleg      ied
111 .-
I atim to the colonial govi   nmenl
, same   day   ii   was   v. ritti n   an I
:       vivendi   was   , give 1 "
��� i   In ention to make  |.	
United    States   for
ent,   ������'���  -   conveyed
. ivernment telegraph-
��� fore   the   United
med,    in  the   same
. Dan 1 was asked to ;
... .\ hat   t'orin   tin-1
sho ild   tak'-.   and   nn
tuallj   made to i he
���. ���   nn ��� ni   until    the
Liberal   f\.eetinc\
There will a,' a mvi ting ir, the Lil -
eral  cluh rooms tbi,  evening  for the
purpose of discussing -:   tti rs  in conned "::   with   Ihe   forthci !.'i.'-,_   C   OVI :a
tlon which is to i e beld In \\ ncouver
on Thursdaj evi ning. A I ill a'-, a b
ance of ih,. associal ani-  :��� a a.
to-night and resulted in the defeat of the govern- }
ment by a majority of 200. The vote came on an J
amendment to the first clause of the bill. The amend- i
ment was offered liy Lord Heneage, Liberal, and 1
j makes religious instruction compulsory during a part1** j
of the daily school hours in all public elementary
schools. Earl Crewe, speaking for the government,
refused to accept the amendment, but after a most
businesslike debate the amendment was carried���256
to 56. The majority included the entire opposition
in the house of lords with the exception of Lord
Ampthill, who voted with the government. Among
the majority were the Archbishops of Canterbury,
and twenty bishops and the Duke of Devonshire.
Among the minority were all the peers who are j
members of the government and Lord Roseberry, the
Duke of Manchester, the Earl of 'Durham, Earl Russell, the Marquis of Northampton, Lord Brassey.
Lord Grimthorpe, Lord Weardale, Lord Haversham
and Lord Reav.
Ratepayers Ask for Three Meetings After Nomination to
Give Full Opportunity   for   Discussion,   and
Aldermen Are Willing.
. git at i
the   forthcoming  election   for
ami aldermen is beginning to
��� a..   :::iu 1,   ,,:' the  ratepayers
last   night's   council
munication -Mr. Furness stated that
he wished to correct tbe Impression
created by a letter senl to thu council  a:  their last  sitting  by  C,.  K. Cor-
v.as   proved   a:
Ing,   when   a   petition   waa  read Lould, in which the latter stated that
���',   lm n ani twenty others, the  superintendent  of the  works deci . hi I  In the following language: partmenl    had    refused    to assi.l   in
' We,   the   ,:i lersigned,   respectfully cleaning out a drain which was choke,
requi   ��� thai you will la. good enough mar Mr, Corbould's  residence.    The
pu lie meetings^ to be held on sewer which was blocked was on .Mr.
three -���   ara ���   da; - during  the week Corbould's  private property,  and  the
etween nomination and  polling 'lays ciiy  could not  be  expected   to  clean
pn   ���   ing thi   election to  be  bell in om private sewers,
December,   so  thai   tine-  may   be  al- Aid. Jardine move.I that  ihe report
lowed   tiie   presenl   mayor an]  al ler- be   received,  an;!   .Mr.  Corbould  noti-
men I    givi   an account nf lie ir stew- fled  that  the  city  cannot   he held  re-
hip  at   the   first   meeting;   candi- sponsible  for a  private  .sewer.    The
dates foi   the  position of mayor ami city would  be willing to provide the
a  lermen   to   give   addresses    il   the men   to   do   ihe   work   on the   under-
���    md   meeting, and   candidates   for standing that Mr. Corbould would foot
'���'   ''   trustees  to  give addresses  al the bill.   This motion was carried.
the third meeting." Aid.   Henley   informed   ihe   council
. ler -li'- reading ol the document, 'hai lie was making arrangements for
Aid. Jardine move.! that it be received ibe board of wo-.ks and Superintend-
and file], am that  the request of the cut Furness to   meet the   reeve and
petitioners   be  granted.    He  wa.s en- representatives of Burnaby municipal-
tirely in favor of holding these meet- ��� ,.,��� 0I1 Tenth avenu_9 at 2 o'clock Sat-
lirg riesuit of  Fire  Whicn  De-   Jack   Palmer,   of   Newcastle,   Forfeits
ys Home for Aced  Pecole
l_t Bowmanville, Ont.
Heavyweight T:t'e and  Pur.e^
by Foul Blows.
To Stake Claims in a  Mining Locality
Which  Was  Thrown  Open  at
N'oon  Yesterday.
..:.a.   Ont,   Oct.   29.���The
. a .    nfii rn   peo] le in
���������������.        yed by fire at an
n ornlng, am]  I wo of
le   M'     las   Wiis. n. of Dar-
M.i:..    Besl   Curtis.
���    ��� ... 1      Mrs.   Curtis   was
d was smart of foot,
:   age,   ami   was
musi have run hack
11  into her  room
**:     ..       ,'.. re I   by  smoke,  as
:' I n ualns were found un-
i.Minn.     Mrs.
. ;.ii f could not he
I !���     oouj I    not   he
led   for   help   without
London,  Ocl.  29- Thi   Bghl   fi l   \ .���
heavyweight    champii nship   of   ::
land,  between  Jack   Palmer, of .v
castle, the present hi ' a :  of the title,
and "Gunner" .Iim Moyer, for a purs<    .    -
Snip   CcCtains   Say   that   Ent-ance
Fuca   Straits   is   Worse
Than the  Horn.
ir.gs. AU the other members of the
council being equally in favor of giving an account of their stewardship,
the mi lion was carried unanimously.
There wen i: dates sel foi- the meet- nex
There   was   not   much   business   of
Importance transacted at the sitting,
in lay afternoon, when the question
oi opening tip certain roads will be
discussed and Uie sai,I roads visited.
Aid. Garrett gave noiice that at the
l regular meeting of the council
lie intended to introduce certain
amendments to the liquor by-law,
which   needed   revising   in   order    to
. :.  rni. Ni va la, Oct. 29.���Early this
.   rn :.-. thi isands oi men were pre-
pan : foi   the dash into the Walker-
land Indian :������ sei v. tii n, although the
:. r   '.lie   start   was   not   to he
until   noon.     Promptly   a;   1.
i t $l.75ii and a side bei af .2.1 , ti ok ': ;! blS charge of dynamite was
Place    to-nighl    befor.     the   national   ex]     :" !' and lht   >'   for gold  was
,i n.        im hes, ro wl i ats, automobiles,
sporting club.    Moir  beal   Palmer i n
irsui and burros were used to speed
'""'��� I :.<      :'-;ecioi-i   to   tine   place  -where
Moir  forced   the fighting from   the   ' ���   mil leral deposits of the reserva-1
rimes  has the  follow-
The Seattle
Hack of  proper aids  to navigation
the most  ef the time being taken up   make   |     possible   for   convictions   to
by   communications,  of   which   the-e
were a number on the fii'-.    Re; or's
v.ere also  brought in  by some of the
ei mmittees, and a few complaints lis-
has caused masters of foreign Milling   ,,,,,.,   U:     Durlng   ������.  (.(m,.S(1 of  ,,e
Ing fn m   the
pretty i ven
In 'he ninth
:��� .' ial    ;:::;e.
stan and the sl rugs ���
in,iii  the  final  rounds
1 aimer   hi,   Moii
. i. 1   was disqualified.
 ������ o	
On Criminal  Charges.
Incen   ?,'y   Fires- Toronto,   Ocl    29.- Joseph   Phil I '-
":'    " '    -'    Incendiaries   ,,,,������.,. preaJdenl  i I th.   Vork Coujtj
been responsible   i...;i., and Savings Co., will appeajjfin
tiie court of general sessions on \* ������ 1-
lies.lay   to elect   an :      ��� ������ I   i a   ��� wi,   In-
]���'��� sustalne I b)  the
:'.'      hen   restei da. moi d
their  woody.nal  was
��� u'.'li a losi oJ $2.000. Short-
theii   foundry,  a
li   troyi I  wiih   con-
no insurance.
���'  :r Party  Convention.
n ������ ntion    of   the
i i- to form the
.dance   with   the
i ������'-��� ��� bs    mi'
!:        morning.
taken   up
fleers  and   a
rest   ;    ,.
allowed  to re-
.'   i]  ���    tne noon
n    ba.i    nol
n an   locati i
:.-. I: n  pi Hot   found   it   impossible   to
kee;   thi   thousand*, of prospectors in
Man.,   of   them   have  evaded
thi   - .    Is an I are out of reach.
v   the   given    signal   hundreds   of
ien  ���  : .    : hurried helter skel-
thi   bo indary lines of lake.
in  ..: :   mo mtain,  an!  before the
had di Ifti 1 away a spectacular
:..��������� in   es, i itomobiles, borsi -
id all sorts   ������  vehicles was on.   So
."":;���  was the rush across the desert
: i.iii ; hi   line nean st Hawthorne that
.  .. numb' : ol persons narrowly escaped
eing the amount   of
.,. being traniph 1 aver, and in numerous
instances Injuries were reported.
Horses were ridden until they drop-
i ed, an ! si ������': il automobiles became
tailed .a the di      ��� in Is
Those who hi : wi 1'" i for the signal before rusihii .: into the reserva-
tli n a und, It is a--- led, thai all the
valuable   claims    in    the    vicinity    of
vessels to fear the "graveyard of the
Pacific," the Vancouver island coast,
more than the terrors oi rounding
Cape Horn during its worsl peril 1 ol
the year.
The men who navigate
The small  force of j which call here trom
world    unhesitatingly    say
would rathe: face the dangers of Cape
Horn than the cues liesetting the un-
lucky mariner caught in a  gaie any-
evening   Aid.   Howay  moved  that the
Fourth street sewer by-law he not dls-
��� rssed   al   that   sitting,   a   resolution
which   was   heartily   endorsed  hy   all
��� -'nt.
Aid. Adams read a lengthy reporl
from   Superintendent  of  Works   Fur-
ill parts of liie   ness.  who   complained   that
that   they   Parties  who   were   using   ih,
��� :������ et   sewer  were   damagin
dictments returned againsl him b:   the
��� -
hi in iivi-h
Piano (li .'- ac-
���-ran 1 jury. On
stealing $2,000, I
a i beque on the 1
'' .mt with the Hank o Montreal, al-
leged to have bet n a; plii ��� ! ;< tlie pur-
c 'nase of a house, and Ihe othei
i barges conspixac. ii' the mailer of
lhe York Loan affairs.
where near Uie Strait ol Juan de Fuca
ami the Vancouver island coasl. where
decaying limbers mark ihe doom ��f
many a fine craft of the sea.
Once a vessel, laboring in an offshore gale, is caughl in the meshes
of the swift-flowing current running
in a northerly direction off the coast
"f Washington, she is carried unknown to those on board nearer and
nearer the rocks which grind her lo
pieces.     As   the   vessel   drives  on.   tlie
it by
*hr. wing all kinds of rubbish into it.
He had found some of the man holes
blocked by newspapers, linen rags,
and even crockery-ware. Mr. Furness
v.as of ihe opinion that the plumbing
must he defective in some of the
houses, as crockeryware would never
pass through a properly constructed
and sanitary drain. In one instance
the parties responsible for the trouble I
had  heen  discovered  ami  warned  to
ue secured against, offenders. As the
by-law stands at the present time, it
is almost impossible to secure a con-
..clion. 'i'he amendments provide
Ihat all hi,mis of ibe bar room wil! be
drawn during prohibited hours; that
no liquor shall lie served iu a hotel
on Sundays, except to guests with
ineir meals; that all bars shall be
closed from 2 until *> o'clock in the
morning, and several other changes
in the existing by-law.
Among the communications on the
file was a modest request from James
Simcock. He asked for any kind of
work in the gift of the ciiy, and provided suitable recommendations. Aid.
Adams recommended that the letter
ee filed, and a position given to Mr.
Simcock at tbe lirst opportunity. This
was agreed to by the other councillors.
Mrs. E. M. Doniiny wrote informing
| the council that she was now in sole.
charge of the Arrow press, and asking  for  a  share of the  city  printing.
master sights a light ami steers for it.   ,,liV ���;. ,..-.
hut   ii   is  useless,   for  the deadly   iur-       A, ,      Howay    suggested     thai     the
rem on which he had nol 'I health inspector be asked to make a
discontinue the practice,
Aid.   Shiles   made a   motion   to  the: 'his was referred ,u tl,e finance com*
effect thai  parties using the sewer he ; mittee' with Il0We!' t0 act-
notified and asked to discontinue such      ' w"  communications  from  M.  W.
| Minihorne relating io sidewalks were
Back  to   Manitoba .  *^
After having been .. resident ���      |.
. late  of  Washington   '  r   nefi rl;      s
:. onths,   Mrs.   \"    .lohn.-T n   will   leav-i
for her old home al i'a"..'  la Prairii    unlawfull;   rushi :      last nighl   There  ]ng on ^s coag) as regards wind and
nere onl        i   ��� ��� i   !'      ':   police  to
Biiard  seventeen   miles     f  ti rritory.
Rich.   Dutchman's,    Cottonwood   and
numerous     hei creeks running to the     Masters of coastwise sailing vessels
���   were occupii I        men who had   familiar with   the  conditions  prevail-
ihis   evening's   t*asn  o in I    train.
Jol nston  1.:;  the  prali ���
Hints object to   Ince lasi  spring  wl   i   he Arm   inten     Special   Vgeht  P regrets thai  the
madlan   Labor  tlon of spending thf   remaindi
��� ai an, ,���- Mure  daj s on the Pat H;.    oast, and b    ighl
���  .. g , ia all her household effecl     'ith her, hul
objections,  unforeseen circ uiist.     ���        rape! hi f
1 the formation   to return to Poi tafci  la Prali le, _ :���  ���
ni   doubt stick ; she  will engage  in   farming     she  Is
accompanied in her i ������    ch Idi ��� n,
lolutionists Defy
Russian Government
���.._.} .       ��� I    ��� ��� taki
,..    He       11 thai   Ihere  Is
at the pn sent open     , ,
���,.   n< 'lan i  Invalid  and  n    nen
received   and   filed.     The  council   adjourned  to meel  again in  regular see-
dragging  him  over        the north, j thorough inspection of all houses, and   si"" <m Monday night, while a special
with the result thai Instead of making Ln  pay   particular   attention   to   the  meetlnS   will   be   called   for   Friday
Tatoosh dead  ahead, he find.-  ll   far  p]umDmg ,,.��� I]u, houses.   Some of the   'vt'ni"".
off to Btarboard, and soon the lo. koul   houses muB( certainly be deficient in " �� "
sings OUl  "Breakers ahead." . ,,���,,  VV|. Two Bits on the Dollar.
Aid. Gan igreed with the previ-|    Toronto,    Oct.   29.���Jas.    Bicknell,
ous speaker, and added that until I K-c- counsel for the curator and ad-
- i :h time as the council saw lit to ';s'"''' !'"anl of the Ontario hank,
. . Ini B plumbing inspector. Ihey States thai there will be al leas! L'a
mst expect trouble. In the meantime "nr~ '':| ''"' dollar tor shareholders
the health In   lector should attend to ": '!h' Ontario hank, and it fs possible
tl le say lha! foreign masters cannol
be blamed for fearing thi en!ranee i,
the Strait of Juan de Fuca, with the
;.; Is to navigation new prevailing
Tatoosh lighl la a delusli d, '* i tori
, .r the cast of W'a-bi'i. ton
is   a   swlftlj Sr wing   curren
which has wrecked, o     een th    pai    - ...     ,j ,.
29.    The  gov.
the faculty of
mclng   thai  the
w",:i losed  If meet-
- I    ,v,  .
I nrtlclpation   of  the hand
in ���
pich m ,
 "��� and
: ied, was de-
���   mass meet-
tiversity build-
to celebrate to-morrow with a meeting or a demonstration, as the anniversary was nol deserving of a . lal
notice, and it was useli ss to play Into
the polic by provoking
The   universities   of, St.
and Kazan, two of the mos
ii     ijled foi
\.....,:   Roberi   lyovergrove   this Hal cause of wrecking,  man od
,,;.,.   .j,  thai  United states en- ship,    it   is  this  currenl  -.abb   the
..;���,,.,    ��� ...      :.   ,.-a  hen    o carry governments of the United States and
,.M ,.,.. ,.,,.., -   ., Work on a portion of Canada should strive to contend with,
ihe Walker Lake reservation that has for. ii is this currenl which is the un-
������,,.,  allotted  to the  Indians had oc- known   terror to  masters   ol   foreign:
, ,.;   i theli  time in placing branches sailing vessels tailing on Puget sound.
.���   the edge ol the  Walker Lake to Even one of the steamship masters.
��� ; |pate  In the  rush, contrary  to one  of  the oldesl  employes  of  tlie,
law, which   stales   that   all  persons Northwestern  Steamship  Co.,   stated
.. j-  ... p off the resi rvation until the thai conditions as regards aids to nav-
..  |Xed for i's opening. Igatlon off tl ntrance to the strait
 o ��� are the cause of premature gray hairs
mt    _u   ,     D������;��� to many navigators plying out of this
Ruined by the Ponies.                I
Montreal, Oct. 29.���Henry i-l. Hull,j  0	
a  young  Englishman
\ motion embodying these sugges-
tii n. v, aa I hen placed before the
.i mi II, an I carried wlthoul a dissent-
thai thej
may get 50 cenls.
Standard Oil Fined.
Fin Day, Ohio, Oct, 29.���The Standard 0    'So. v,as this afternoon lined
Another li   ��� 'I    m Mr. Furnesa was   $s.im.<  and  costs  of prosecution,  for
lead  by   Aid.  Henley.    In  this com- operating ln restraint of trade In Ohio
', terBburg
l(*nen and pro- in Russia, were closed to-day by order I Cambridge  society
who has been
. . ; ,. l for some time as bead bookkeeper by  the  Montreal office of the
everal army
ter fiery re-
I been deliv-
"lopted declar-
nstitution by
'    had
National   W.C.T.U.
Hartford.   Conn..   Oct.    29.���An   ex-
B    missing,  and : eciiiive  session of the  National  W.C.
of their respective faculty councils, oi large i runt of the firm's  T.U.  was  held  here  to-day.
lolation by students   money.    \s far as the auditors hav,
r tin
1     i ' the situ
������    aslntoler
account  of the v
nf the stipulation thai open political '���
meetings  shouhl   nol   be
the col lego precincts
Milwaukee.   Wis..   Oct,   29     B   hi
t-aac   Nicholson,  of   the   Milwaukee
\ gee-   Episcopal  diocese,  died
" ��� iltlon   ternoon, after a lingerlni
��� ; determined, the amount o
held witl   ���   . m lezzlemenl   Is aboul   $2. I.
s been gone since the first of the
month.     The   matter   his   been   kept
quiel   while  the  pollci
an efforl  to capture
money is said to have gone In betting
a i   ��� race
late this  af-
wriv making
the  man,   The
At the
conclusion fi was announced thai
nothing would be given out for publication. The convention proper was
opened   wiih  prayer by  Miss   Helen
Redmond Condemns
Landlords' Delay
London,   Oct. 29.- : hn   Redmond, the great'-.-: degree of fair play pend-
the Irish  leader, moved  thi   adjourn- lng a declaration of the government's
men- ri the house of 'commons to-day Intention   regarding   Irish  self-govern-
in order lo call attention to the lack
ment, it thought that the chief secretary  for  Ireland. Mr. Bryce, ought  to
oi progress in the matter of reinstat-  ,,n,|ipll, wi!h th(. ,1Klltt,1. vigorously.
Ing evicted tenants In Ireland, owing. Replying    to    Mr.    Redmond,    Mr.
as the speaker alleged, to the land- Bryce, after   some   debate, said  the.
lords hindering the operations of the government had done its best to cope
land act by refusing to sell untenant- v.itli the grave obstacles before it, and
ed   lauds.    The   lan I    commissioners , had won a certain measure of success,
consequently  were  unable to provide if the remedy is compulsion, the chief
farms ir-,' evicted tenant:.. eecretary said, the government might
Mr,  Redmond   said It  was obvious have to come to that.
Stone,   the    missionary,   who    some  thai   the governmenl  must resort  to Waller Hume   Lopg,  Conservative,
years ago was held a prisoner by nui   some system oi compulsion.   The pa- declared   that   Mr.  Bryoe's statement
garlan brigands.   One of the speakers | tlence of the Irish people was becom- involve i a complete triumph for the
was  Mitchell Angler,  a  former 1119111-   Ing  exhausted, and although lhe Irish Nationalists, and the subject was ihen
ber of the Canadian parliament.           tarty desired tc give opportunity for dropped.
LOUISE   RUTTER,   in   "The College   Widow."
Notwithstanding thai there are
quite numerous good things thai have
become staple favorites In the amusement menu within the last year, ihere
is    one    thai    stands    pre-eminently The demand foi thi   typical Ameri an
among   the   successes,   and    that    is comedy  this  season   Is so  great   that
George     Ade's    delightful    "College this cit.   Is fortunate in being located
Widow,"  which is announced  for the on  the line of travel chosen for  Mr.
opera   house  on Wednesday, Oct.  31. Savage's fine organization.
Nothing    Ascertained    Which     Shows
Why  the   Electric  Train
Left  the  Rails.
Atlantic City, N.J., Oct. 29.���Al 11
o'clock to-day .. 1 bodies had been recovered from the two cars of the electric car line of the West Jersey &
Seashore railroad, whicli yesterday,
while, crossing over a drawbridge
spanning the waterway known as
"The Thoroughfare," which separates
Atlantic City from the mainland, left
the track and plunged into the seal |
One of the cars, the first to leave the
rails on the trestle, lias heen brought1
to Lhe shore.
Of ihe dead, twenty-nine bodies
have been identified. How many, if
any, remain in the second car is not
known; Inn with the aid of three
divers, who wen' broughl here to-day
from Philadelphia on a special train,
il    is   thought   tiie   se. on 1   car   will   be
completely surveyed to-day. The facl
thai some bodie. wee recovered outside of tile cars leads lo the belief
that possibly all of those drowned
may never he recovered. The currenl
ai ihe point where the accidenl oc-
i nrre I is very strong, and it is probable i ha: some bodies ma} have b ion
carried away ani will eventuallj make
lueir way to ihe ocean.
Atlantic City, N, .'.. Oct. 29 After
a da;, of unceasing el foi t on the part
cl ib." i Itj officials, ih.- p dice and
many   civilians   ibe   total   unmber  of
.    , !   ill   the   Wrei i.   i     place,I   a:   .".".
Interesl now centei In 1 he reporl
of  i ho  i oroner's   jurj.   v. hich   to-day
. le a careful Inspei I ion ot the scene
of i bo wreck ami th" drawbridge at
which the train lefl ib.. rails. Tho
JUI'J    nil :   to daj    and,   SI coa:; ana' I   I )
t ho   ci i: oner   ami   of; Icials,   i roa i, i
io the scene of the trage ly. A; the
bridge they were joined by Mr, At-
(erbury, general manager of t.he Pennsylvania railway. After the forward
car of the two submerged coaches
had been hoisted lo lhe surface, and
lhe dtvi'B who had been al work all
���lay had made a final survey of llm
loiloni. Mr. Atterbury, who with Bev-
oral of his assistants had heen on 1 ho
scene since Sunday night, said lhe
cause of the accidenl, was a. mystery
to him.
���| siiii believe." he declared, "that
there was nothing wrong with the
mils or Ihe bridge. I am inclined to
think thai lhe cause will he ascertained when ihe lirst coach is examined."
Mr. Atterbury hlmoelf showed tho
jurors how the bridge Is opened, and
explained In detail the manner of
opening and closing the draw. The
jurj- will hold its first, session on
ft Makes a Difference.
Quite regardless of expenses,
In a manner almost rash,
Docs the Kay and festive drummer
Here and yonder throw off cash.
But lt makes a heap nf difference
In the total that Is blown
If the money he ls spending
Is the bosses' or his own.
When a shy prospective buyer
Isn't quite in trading trim
And the drummer spreads a dinner,
Nothing Is too good for him.
When the drummer Isn't working.
Take ... peep behind the scenes,
And perhaps you'll see him dining
On a dish of pork and beans.
Fat perfectos in his pocket
When he has a ileal to land
Give  the buyer the Impression
Tha! he always smokes that brand.
But at home when he Is resting.
If the trade ls running slow,
He may fill his face with stogies
That they sell for three a throw.
Mr. Hyde to Mr. Jekyll
Hardly would be less a twin
Than the drummer doing business
To the drummer who is In.
When he's chasing after custom
He cannot expenses trim.
For the house ls easy money,
And the same looks good to him.
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
1 lfiO acres, more or less.
Entry  must be made  personally at
Take notice ��� hai applies i m .. i
bi ��� n mad ��� : i registei J inn Kenned,
as  the owner  iu  fee sim]  '     ..: ler a
tax sale .1 1 from Si Inej A. l'l"'
to -John   Kennedy, beai i - the
31si day of Di . em ler, A.D 1901, of
all and singular thai cer iin pai el or
tract of land and premises -1 I U i,
1; ing and being in the Districl of New
Westminster, in the Province ol British Columbia, more particular!
known and described as Lots I, '-.
1 and ... Blocl, 15, pur" of 1.'' 26,
Group 1. Lots 28 and 29, Bl ick 5, subdivision of Lol 2ii2. Group I. an I
northerly four-fifths or* Lol 2, Block 5,
subdivision of Section 13, Township
I. Range 29th, Wesl of the 6th M - I
You and each of you are r ��� |uli ��� i
to contest the claim of the I Uf . ir-
chaser within forty-five days Erom the
date of the first publication of 'ilia,-ice. and In lefaull of a caveal or
certificate of lis pendens being til" I
within such period, or In lefaull of
redemption before reglsl ration, i shall
register    John    Kenne I;     as   own ���;
��� reof in fee.   And I dl -
: cation of this notice for one i   ��i
in    a  daily   newspaper     u dis ie 1   ln
Xew Westminster  shall   ie ?ood  and
sufflclenl   service.
Date I al the Lan i Regi ti 0
New Westminster. Pro. li ��������� ol B
Columbia, this 13th 1, of Ocl
A 1). 19 16
Dlstricl R iglsl ;��� ir.
To  Mrs. Elizabeth   Kathleen  Bla   ���.
William Knight an I Jed G. Blake,
All par-on- serve l wil h this n il
and  those claiming  through or   inde
them,   ami  all   : sou- clalmln .-.
interesl in the said land by virtue
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interesl in the
said land bj descent, whose title ifl
not register"'! under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be fo
ever estopped and debarred frnu sel
ting up any claim to or in respect  of
the said  land  so sold  for  taxes as  p  0
vided by tin  "Lan 1 Registry Acl
*������������.���<.*������������������������, �����������������H^
'i i
I Gold Crown and
I Bridge Work of
I a High Order
Notice is hereby given thai 30   lays
after  date   1  intend   to  appl..   to   the
the local land office for the district in'cllief   commissioner    of   Lauds   and
Our system of gold crown and bridge
best known to dentistry. We defy contradiction. Tin
bridge work made by our system has nevi ...,.
passed. Our 1 ridge and crown export is thi ,-...���
salariedt I I in the west. We have hundreds ol
testimonials to prove these statements.
Our ; rices are about one-half what
custon ed to pay.   They never change.
"U are
Bridge Work, per tooth
Gold Crowns   -
A Full Set of Teeth
Gold Fillings   -
All Our Work Guaranteed for 10 Years
With a Protecti v< Gtei.ntee.
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
Works for a license
away   timber   from   l
scribed lauds;
1. Commencing   al
to cut and carr.
he  following   le
a      POSI      III  I      .
| The Boston Dentists, Ltd
(i) At least six  months'  residence   W.  M.'s S.K.  Corn":',  planted on  the
upon  and  cultivation  of  the  land  in   north bank of the Kildala river abou
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
Not Mates.
.    v .The        lighthouse
*     ' !       standing  at   tha
���VA   f""        Bate
G      Tn  warn   the   ship*
that   come    !n
>lE?$;* lata
May   be,   and    Is,
for    all     y o u
Watched  over by a
Easy to Be Cheerful.
Mr. Rockefeller assured the reporter
who called on him that bc is never pes
simtstic. That is one advantage of
hnvlng all the money in the world. Tho
possessor never need worry about his
next meal or where he is going to '. ',
the jnoimy to make the next paym
on ihe piano.
It is hard to lake a gloomy view oi
the outlook when one eun touch a button and get whatever he wants. If .
man Is In a |, isltlon to throw away ;���
cigar be has jusi lit |f it donsu'l happen
(0; taste good without feeling that be !
taking  llTei'd   nil!   of   the  in lUtl s
babies  1 i.   In   to  lie  iu  ....  posll   a.   I
appreciate the beauties uf a sut
Wiib tb" money iu i.i- p i -kel I . ;
anything from a $1,000 line i ��� to ���
tlonal debi there is u > ren ��� iu \\ by
should not looli on ihe future with ���
slderable complacency, i i sny :
Furnishing o Substitute.
"Itun out and see me some day."
"I will if you v. ill meat me ut ib ���
train in your automobile."
"All right, I'll do il."
"You'll do i*? When did you get an
"T haven't got one yet, but would
you know the difference If I broughl
Bldng a wheelbarrow'.'"
Hours, 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
4(��7    Hastings    St.
Remember the Place.
West,   Vancouver!
at  a   in
marke ;
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(j) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land ownedi W. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on thi
by him in the vicinity of his home-
s'.ead, the requirements as to residence
may be sati.iied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply tor patent.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy   Minister  of  the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not. be paid
two miles  up   from   the   mouth,   run    _&
ning as follows:  4o chains north,  160   ����������������������������������������������������������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������������������
chains wes-, 40 chains south, ttiO
chains east to point of i immence
men;, containing 640 acres, more or
Locate 1 Augusl
'S. Commencing
Bank of Montreal
north bank of the Kildala river, about
two miles up from the mouth, running
as follows: 10 chains north. 120 chains
east, SO chains south, 40 chain-, west,
40 chains north, SO wesl to point  of
Incorporated    by   act   ot    parliament
(ALL [laid up)    UM
Rl    Hon. Lord Strathcona an I   Mounl    Royal,   G.   C.  M.
G.   Honorary President
Hon.   Sir  (i.   A.   Drummond   President
1    s Clouston Vice President   and   Genet.,:  Manager
��� al banking business transacted.
But It Could,
"Klnil words can never die," solemnly announced the cadaverous looking
man with tlie startling beard.
"Ain't no : clal ion to your beard, then,
purd," remarked the Irreverent Individ
mil In the audience.
Heroic Treatment,
"If lt Is his turn why doesn't he go
on the stage?"
"He Is watting for his cue."
"Waiting for bis cue, indeed.   Noti]
lug short of a club would wake that
fellow up."
The Queen  City lefl early yesterday
morning on its return journey to Victoria, There was on board a large
mixed cargo, mostly fruit, for island
Not Congenial.
"Now, the philosophy of love"-���
"Oh, come off."
"But I say the phlloso"���
"Ton goose, love hag no philosophy,
or lt wouldn't be love."
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Rally ' NEW \\    Daily
Leave  WESTMINSTER   krrh ���
.:20am Qlaind, Belling-| I i.i. pm
1:35 pm ham      Burllng-|9:55pn.
'ton,    Mt,    Ver-I
Icon,      Evei eti :
Seattle and
d'orilati 1.
t;.i.", pmlSpokane,      S'. 3:00 p;n
| Paul    and    alb
points  East,
9.20 am|Anacortea, 13:00 pm
IWoolley,     and]
t'.ni) pm Vancouver 10:20 am
0: ")5 pm| |4:3,r)pm
Lv. Xew Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. in. Ar. Guichon
ii p. in., Monday, Wednesday,
8:45 a. in. ar. from Guichon,
it:30 a. m. Lv. for Vancouver,
Route of the Tamous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis nnd all  points East.
Por complete information,
rates, b"rth reservation, etc.,
call on ui address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia SL, Seattle, Wash.
Shingle and Sam
Milt   Machined
commencement, containing 'ita ac   ���
more or less
Located Augusl 27, L906.
;;. Commencing  al   a   post marke I
VS. M.'s  N.E   Corner,  planted on  the
noi th bank of the Kildala river, ab i it
five and   a   halt'  miles   up   th ���
from tiie mouth, running a    follows; i:  inches in all the principal cities in  Canada, in  London, Eag-J
10   chains   south,   160   chains,  west,    10    v.,!-',    Plllem./.   -m.I   ��i     1,1,.,'     vio , .-li -nrtiil
ioin, uiicago, ami si. John a N fl.]., ani correspondents in all paru -��
chains n irth, 160 < hains easl to p ml ,,
, . world.
1 of    commencement.    containln i    641 .
res, moi i or le n
Located August 26, 1906,
!. Comm mcing  at   a   posi   mat
VS. M.'s N.W. Coi ner, , lante 1 on
ni :' b banl   il i he Kildala river,  i ioui
' .,���.-.: a li ilf miles up the rivei    om
��� he  ni"..' nnin ���   a    follow
chains   e isi     10 i bail th,    160
chain'' west,  10      ' h to i dnl
of    coi irtfi Bcetnen .    containing    640
ai res, moi " o    le
Located  AtlgUSl   27,   19 ".
5, Commencing al _ posi rtlfl id
vs. M.'s N.E, Corn"!', plante I on I h ���
south bank of the Kildala a. m, ib ml
one mile from the mouth of the river,
running as follow-: so chains south, i
j SO chains west, sn chains north to the
shore line, thence following -bore line
to point of commencement, containing
640 acres, more or less.
Located Augusl 27, 1906.
ib Commencing at a post marked
W. M.'s S.W. Corner, plante.I on the
east bank of the Dala river, about
ten chains easterly from the mouth,
running as follows: ID chain, east,
40 chain.-, north, 10 chains east, su
chains north to tiie river, thence following river to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
Located August 27. 1906.
(Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per Frank Vandall, Agent,
Ocl   l. 1906.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellond 3iock.   New Westminster, B.c
New Westminster. B. C.
Souvenirs of tne City;
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery M
J, J. MACKAY y Co-
Booksellers and Stationers OCT. 30, 1906.   *   7
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.   G.  DAWSON, Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver.
tminster Iron Works
���:. MACHINE A.\D b'MUlNE
p SMITHING, HKliXim and
;; ' TURAL IKON    V.01.K.
mental   Iron   \\ orK,   including
. Fire Escapes, etc.
ers and correspondence in
otmlnster r>. ti   .-".
fansf cr Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
���  :.'-"d     promptly   tc  -icy
the ��� Ity.
It and Heavy Hauling
I'Pbone 31*5.      Hum 'fhone 137
St. W . Vancouver.    |
��� ���    ag, Gregg and Pitman
l'i graphy and  En-
���   ���
Set.ten  Teachers }
fty-Five   Typewriters {
R. I. SPROn, B. A., Principal
P Bulls and Chester
e Hoys
slock  of ] rir.e win-
���  . a ! .- ��� write
'   I  175,
1   position of As-
Superintendenl    of
���   received by the
Monday, the   29th
I    -a 1906,
City Clerk.
I Northern Pacific
Trains & Steamers
..-_     L
' P.R.   M MX   LINE.
W, 15.40; .... \. W
;"  Avi.   Cor. 16th  Street
JW Westminster, a C.
Is of Ship repair
���'���'I Scow   Building
promptly fur-
-i Eighth street. Nev.
Transcon' m ntal
Trains LU Hy
Travel on tl - Famous
Electric-lighted \    ���     Low Rates.
Quick Time. !   , . ; ,., < Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
StearnshirTickets oi   i ��� toallEuro-
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Roun.    Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full in form tion call on or .   -
C. E. LAN'O, General Agent
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B  C.
Portland, Ore. <\. G. ��� A
Eight Trains Every Day in th�� Ye. r
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest and best ideas
and LUXURY. lt is lighted witl:
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train ir the
world. The equipment cons:? .s of
private compartment cars, st. idard
16 section sleepers, luxurious / lining
car. reclining chair cars (seat! free),
modern day coaches and but.-et, library  and  smoking car1.
For Time  Tables,  Folders,  or any
further  information  call  en  or  write
���>20 Second Ave    ie, Seattle, Wash
: ' avi   ... VS. S.30;     i   S   ittli   lS.50.
���' ��� a ������' Seatth  12.30; ar. N. vs. 18.40.
Leave N. W. 8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
Ai rivi   N, \V   9.35, ! 1.35, 16.40, 18.40.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.tla p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. N. V.. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver ..35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
Lv.  N.  VS. 9;35 am.;   ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. na.; ar. N. W.
*~:45 p in. and C p. ui.
Mondays only.
Lv.  New  Westminster 5.50.  0.50,  1
snd 8 a. m., and evcry half hour there-
fter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster et
-am e hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. W. Mon.
From L'hwk.  Tu.,
;; - lona���
I    - . X. W. Tu.,
From Chwk. Sun.,
Wed. Frkl. 8 a.m
Th.,  Sat., 7  a.m
Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
Wed., FrL, 7 a.m.
l'i at., fer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. an��� Sun.,
2 p.m.;  Saturday, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.    Received.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. oa 1st,
7th, 19th and 20th of each month foi
Ashousit and way points;  leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno an.l
way   points,   Leaves  Victoria   on   20th i
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 2 p.m, and Saturday
at 2 p, m. with additional trip on Mon
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 s. ni.; Friday at C a. ni. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, S a. in.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays calling at
landings between New Westmlnstei
and Chilliwack.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and ICth of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and
' call or address
Ecciy   of  Exiled   Hungarian   Patriot   is
Brought Heme for Burial in
the Land  He Loved.
A little flirtln
A trained athlete is one that respan '<
I quickly to bis wife's signal.
Things  are  sometimes so bad  that
they couldn't be better.
Hay fever is an example of a fash
ionable thing being universally unbecoming.
Tell all the truth that yea can wl n
you are talking to a pretty girl.
Curiosity is exciting just In piaii ���������-
tion to its being in.proper.
There may be no money In beina
the wrong side, but there is plenty ��� f
Most any man can form an opinio"
but it lakes one of some strength oi
character to bold it.
n I
Agent, New Westminster.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
General Suner'ntendent, Victoria.
Oen. Agent. Freielit Dept.,
N.�� v".".. tminster
Manufai tui cr of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade ��� Specialty.
Tel. 113, Office, Eighth  Streel.
Seattle, via Sumas 7.15 a.m.
Sappei ton and .Mill-
side. No. 1   7.45 a in.
Vancouver, No.  1. 7.45 a.m.
ON.R. Cloverdale,
Blaine .Sea-ilia . 8,15 a.m.
Van. & i'i n. Park.10 30 a.m,
Victi ria   I" 30 a.m.
liast Burnaby .... 1.13 p en.
s ini ���'. Sti .��� .ton,
etc   1.30
c P R east.S ip] ��� ���
ii n, Millside and
i loquitlatn    ..... 3
Van.  an 1  Burnab.   _.30 p.m,
G.N I!. Flyer     I.OO , ,m
Timberland, Tues
and Pri laj      ... 12.00 ni.
6.40 | m.
11.35 a.m.
9 00 a.m.
;: 30 p.m. i
2.00 p.m. :
9.00 a.m.
1.15 ; .'a.
i. l ia a a.m.
11.35    '
��� ��� i
11.00 p.m.
12.00 m.
Graduate Optician.
The French Duel.
Even the French are beginning
to see ham."!- it; the French duel,
information I Certain radical papers of Paris held
up to ridicule the recent burlesque
encounter between General de Ne-
grier and General Andre. Thc
French dueling pistols are old fashioned muzzle loading weapons, carrying a round bullet, and they may
be so loaded ihat a1 twenty-five
paces���tii'- regulation distanci���r.
man might be hii without bein;_
hurt. The system of firing by word
cf command gives no time for any
aim lo be taken.
Kas hi i, Hungary, Oct. 21)���The
liodyof Franz Rskoosey, the Hungarian atriot, who died in exile, and
tl ise of Iris mother and son .loseph,
.. re brought here to-day on a special
train fr m Buda Pes' and were taken
in the Cathedra] with great ceremony,
whi re a requiem mass was celebrated
in ihe presence of deputations from
all parts of the country. The three
coffins were then conveyed to a con-
ecrated vault, while a salute of 4
guns was fired. The sarcophagus,
which Is the work of Francis Mikola,
the sculptor, is suitably inscribed
with a tribute to the emperor-king in
allowing the precious bodies to be repatriated "to the endless joy of the
All Are Dead.
A  later account of the accidenl  al
Stanwood, Wash., Sunday night, says:
While driving across a  railroad crossing a mile east of this place, at  7.n."i
o'clock last evening, a wagon containing four hunters was hit by lhe northbound Great Northern flyer, and three
of the party were killed outright and
a fourth seriously injured.    The dead
are   Hen   Swartz,   Sam   Hancock   and
Olaf Myren.   The injured man was I,
N. Copeland, of Seattle, who had ftoth
legs broken below the knees and his
left arm badly mangled, and who has
since     died   from  the   effects   of   the
injuries    received.    Traveler,   one   of
the  most  noted  deer hunting dogs io
pari   of   the   country,   was   also
Extraordinary   Marine Disaster.
A German marine disaster of an
extraordinary character is reported.
The good ship Agathe, from Hamburg, laden with barley, reached I'.-
bing, where the shipyards are. and
was beating up the Elbing river. An
ev watched the vessel from the
batik. A sudden squall carried the
.hip a little off her course, with tb'
rcM.it that she collided with the
impaling i. on the jib boom, "
which  it was jexnoved witl*
killed.    He was the property of S
Religious Freedom.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 29.���The Emperor has signed a ukase granting full
religious freedom to the sect known
as the "Old Believers," who number
several millions, and constitute the
most prosperous and industrious of
the Russians. It is understood that
the ukase will be published on the
anniversary of the constitutional manifesto.
Our work guaranteed.
's Drug Store j
Having boughl oul  the Blacksmlth-
ing business of R.  H. Benson, I will
| be pleased to see all ins old customers, as well as new ones,    Horseshoeing a specialty.
Eighth   Street.
I  The White Pass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS,    Daily trains  (except
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J.  H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver.  -��� C.
Canadian Pa__f_c Railway Co. CHOICEST CIGARS
Jriti.h Columbia Coast Line
(Subject to change without   notlce.l
Princess   Beatrice,   Oct.   29,   from
Princess -May, Nov. .",, from Vancouver,
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  p. m.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m
on  Wednesday and  Mondays.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday Bt 1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. in-
Columbia Street.
"The Milwaukee"!
'The Pione-r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-!
waukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of]
service not obtainable alsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.'
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.'
(Plain Tips)
Turkish Cigarettes
1 5c per box.
.   *
!: ��� j.
T'.P-- ��� .
- - - a, .    i-��.
Published by The Daily News Pub
telling Company, Limited, at their
iffiees corner of Sixth a:.d From
n*reels.  New   Westminster.  B.  0.
Managing Director. .
.J. C. Brown
ceni-, per   ,t.e    nonpariel)  12 lines to
Vi'-   itiCb.       .".ve   .ents   per   line   1
...-��� n-.e ��� a;  ',..-..:t;ous.
Pure salt is juft as important as
pure watt r or pure milk.
ii absoLtely pure ar.d never cakes.
know n ...- the   :.  with  the
The   Incnlnlj   "Mild   Devil."
A most curious, ugly and ungainly
���emi-aquatic creature is that which i-
tnmvn by the common name of mud
devil or hellbender. The mud 'ie'.':
has neither lbe spiked tail, lbe boric.-)
head n ir ill.' cloven hoofs that are sup
posed ta L<o ila- distinguishing mari_>
of   lhe   evil     but   be   is   bid' 0O1
enough to suggest  all sorts of borrii
dream- and   nightmares,  and  on   ilia.
""*".'  ly.-_:!'-,,er,'.!sl"_g'_ .       '������'--'-   appetite  in the  cii   .   md  thai    account has been made more repul lv.
Reading notices, bold  face type, 20
routs per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10   Each bowl contains aboul hall   i     mn I
ie    live I    up    to   his    re   ita 1...   Is    by the bestowal of bis  uneuphonlo'
novel by the tact that  i.e i msumed   common name.   He is not poisonous
hree   bowls   of rice    il   each    meal,   any way. has no horns or sting, bul
simply a mud devil because ba If
cents per line.
iof rice, but  Tom always managed  to
gel away with his three with no trou-
pulslvely ugly,   in general appeuranci
bis distorted and wart covered bo ly I-
Thai Protect.
not exactly  unlike ihat  of a
Foi    time   contracts,   special   positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,    marriages    or
deaths, 50c.    Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per late lamented comrade was inhabited individuals may exceed even two fee
word. No advertisement taken for hy a devil, and that it -.va.- -bis devil from tip to tip. He has a broad, tla
i��sj than 25 cents. wh<. was eating all the rice.   VVheth      bead aad a sharp, sawllke tin running
,���-~~���^������^~���~, ..~~,_^.^.~-   ,],,. hungry  devil is supposed  to have
TELEPHONES. l!it,,   wl|l,n   Tom's  spirit   shuffled   off
Day Office  A22   the  mortal  coll  or not, is  not   made
I.VI      �� " A ."'   i i y       IIIIIIIM'      i _.. 1 I      ' il      ��� i      - i -���������-��� >       j      /^
ble.   Among the Celestials there Is a   tadpole.   His average length is abom    ���)
well-defined    superstition    that    their   eighteen Inches, but occasional well fe>.    2
rc�� ink
The I'
from the middle of the back to the tall | ^
label  guarantees   ;.*c-n
find it in
Herry  W   Rau*.
A3 presented
te  ;.   veel
Night   Office    B22
TUESDAY.  OCT.  30.  1906.
Principal   Gordon,  of   Queen's   uni-
clear by the Chinese
Dr, Hall, who was Tom's medical
attendanl while the latter svas In the'
hospital, state1, thai he never complained thai li ��� was not getiIng
��� nough ' ��� oat, an I thai he ba I as
much as he desired to eat, and In
many i ases more than wa - good  for
''im.     As  lv   was   being   di< I,  and
probably did  nol  understand  the re i-
son,   it   is  quite  likely   that   he   maj
Easy Change.
Tha summer --.ul from oft the beat:
Haa faded out of sight.
Tha  las-en that sho had to teach
W.. have ..'ir.inii4.il  unite.
Aral now upon the ijolf link,  wide,
TVllh blood and head awhlrl,
We, quite  ia happy, play beside
The bux Ma autumn girl-
All lie Needed.
"Tbey are h piling a C inversati  n
"1 didn'l know that he had Btu i
H.   L.
Brand" Clothing
PRICES    1 Hfl  :,
ot as far as the \,
"Oh, yei
versity,  Kingston,   has   an   article   in have gone away with the idea that he 'to love.'*'
the College Quarterly which is some- was being starved.   Tom was n A fed �����-��	
whal sharply criticized by the llamil- en rice at the hospital, as this Is nol Dmrnitioii of china.
ton   Spectator.    The   Spectator  .-ays: Included in the hill of fare su iplii I I i There have been tweutj two dynas-
"The writer thinks that the end of the the   patients    unless   1-  1-    -  eciallv ties in China, the royal history of this
fighi    for    political    purity   is   by  no asked for. country being better ascertained than
means  mar. and  must   he carried on      Tom was for several years foreman ttnt o��.*=>' "JJ^ Wh!v?th���Mm_ 'few
in  the hope of final  victory.    He ex- at the Cleve cannery, and for the last ^a ^ Chinese have bnd��n rest    ;
presses   surprise  and   disappointment j two  years   had   heen  foreman     I   the succession of soverei,-is since  l-'uhui,
at   the  unseating of  Mr. Fielding, but Si. Mungo cannery.    He was about 33 who, tbe Chinese say, reigned from B.
concludes   thai   'any   r_��"nister  of  tlie years of a;>���, and leave-  i wi I >w and C. 2S52 to -_'7M7.    Act-ordlug to Chiiie.e
crown who is unseated on account of a   chill  in China,    'i'ii.   ani,   wi;!   ',.. tradition, l'uhlii was uo less a person
bribery   by   his   agents   lias nol   been shipped   to   Hong   Kong   in   about    a :lK'' "''"' '!!'* Noal1 '"' ""' Scrli,t,u'��-*
setting himself   very   sternly  against month's time, when "...v. v Empre - *ho' t"^^?-^^ 'and'-founded the
political   corruption.*     He    makes    ne will  he  ready  to sail.    Tl...  boat   sail- Xi^r  empire  �� Chinese   history   as-
mention of the Hyman case, probably ing   from    Vancouver    this    morning Berls that several of iheir early mon
for the reason thai  ii  was not before could not take the casket owing to the archs ruled for over a century each.
the public at the time of ihe prepara- cargo  having  been  already examined onj reigning over china for lie years
isses an
d Children s Dresses
l   Y��l
i im :
Coffee Palac*
We have   the   very    thing   you    want.
Sizes   from   1   year  to   17  years.
Everytl ��� \
1.'. 'a .'. ��� I    ' ��� ���      . .
Tlie White House,
A. J. BIRTCH. 275 Colt
ibia   S
Merchants' Lund
I'll:.-   i   ASS
Full Coi
(ire in..
12 to 2 |
-5c 1
tion   of   his    article
Whether  from   by the customs and al! necessat
5      '���
another  for 102,  an ither  for  100,  aa I
lack  of study of the political history pers made out  when application   was so ""���    "  is  considered  probable  by
an.l  situation   in   Canada, or  because made historians that these figures represent
,,,,,.,. , _ rather dynasties than the reigns ot In-
he naturally inclines to the once Party  o ���- '    ,.    , ,.,,     ,   . ,,, i ;
,   ,,    . , . ��� dividual sovereigns.   < hma lias had in
oi   Parity:   or because,    in   his  semi- THE   DEVIL'S   AUCTION. alClost   dlrect   descent,   witl,   no  more
public position he feels lha. he should        ^  ,h(,   twentv.flfth   ..,,���,���,.   ,������   ..��� . than two or tin  breaks ,., Ibe hi.stor;
maintain strict independence, and ima- ���Devi,,g   Xm,UmS   ,Rii   scenic   ���.,.i.^ of the royal  family,  thirty-three sov
uines ihat he does so bv accusing Grit        , ��� -,, , ereigns. ninety-two emperors, t\v >  Iar
and  Tory  alike,  he  states that 'both TE'E'TE      El "'EE'' '',W tar  rulers.   .Is   Mogul   emperors   and
three empresses.
W.  R. Gilley, 'Hnone   .���_���_.
parties are equally culpable, and, if
tlie opportunity is offered, or the occa
sion a.".ms to require it, both appear
to be equally prepared to buy their
way   io power.' "
And ibe Spectator, while compelled
t" admit  thai  a  Tory  here and there
id Tea, I 'offei -a
Short i irdi -   - -   -
I   Trapp Block,
Columl ia Sl
: t pr
Dealers in
tion of the production Ins been un ler
the direction of the noted artist, \y.
W,   Sparks,   and  assistants,   and   th"
Why  Bees  Wurl.   In   tbe  Dark.
Bees go out all day gathering bone;.   1
claim of Manager Yale that this Is a   a*1'1 w"r1' ;,( u[~h[ '" ""' '-iv('- lm"l!
"Devil's Auction'   from a new point of   ln- thelr ''""'IS as Perfectly a. if a:.
view  is  now   fully  exemplified. electric  11,ht  shone there  all  the .line   |
"Why do they preter to work  in tho
Among the notable scenes are "The   ,,,���,..,..   ,.     ,, ���,    , .,. . ���      t,-,-0,.v   ,,-,,.
may have fallen into temptation, pro-1 .  ,.         ,,,     ,   ,        .   , ....   dark?     Is   often   asked.     I_\eij    oai .
,       .      , inferno,       Ihe Lake ot   Los    Souls     i,nr>Wq ,i,.lf i. .,��� is ., linuld witb n-i
iceds   to  argue   that   in   this   present        ,...,.,     _    . . ,T    . . Knows mat none,   is a nquiu w i.i u
,,    , ....     !l11,1    'he Realms ol Mephisto,   a new   B0Ud sugar  In  it.    After  standing  I:
year ol  grace  all  the  "corruption    is   -  ���     .    ��� . .,.,       ,, ,, ..!,,, .fu
lfill]   stage    set.   "The    Valley   ol   An-   gradually   assumes   a   crystalline   ap
doche,"   with   sunrise   and   sunset  ef-   pearance or granulates and ultimatel;
fects;  two new comedy trick scenes, | becomes   a   solid   mass.    Honey   ha.-
been experimentally inclosed in well
corked Masks, s nne of which wore
kept. In perfect darkness, while the
others were exposed to the light-   Tin
of the Mannikins," a new and -li't^r-; resuit   was  that   the  portion  expose1.
 to  the  light  soon   crystallized,   while
on   the   Liberal   side.     Throughout   it
refers to the writer criticized as "Mr."
Gordon, and hints that his knowledge;
e" public affairs is hardly wide enough
to justify him in writing about them.
Now. if native ability, learning and
high personal character are to count
I'm- an; thing, Dr. Cordon ranks among
the foremost of living Canadians; and .
i'i he is anything in the party sense,,
In is a Conservative. He was minister of St. Anrew's, Ottawa, iu tlie
seventies, and was a personal friend
o" the late Sir John A. Machinal 1.
1: is quite safe lo say that he has a
clearer knowledge ami a wider grasp
of political history and situation lu
Canada than bas the editor of the
Spectator, and also thai l:e Is much
f:eer from pany bias. Bul bis i icol-
lection of lhe Pacific scandal mus' be
' ivitl: lie cannot have ( irgol ��� n the
. linne losa frauds; it is even likely
t hat li! i memory would be stirred liy
n enti a of such li': 1" in itters as Ar-
i ildi's   logs and  1 laggart's ditch.
Th Spectator' it ;"' ��� i - tj pical,
��� Hi v. 1 ai the other fellow" ��� - the
mod ' mo ' :' I he n i il r not
all, but ��� he mnjoritj. fl is jusl such
crticl ir  1 !.'���   -,'i::-   of  which   such
.'���'������   an-   tl,..    manifestatl in    thai
will delay tlie "en ] of the light" :' ir
il  purity.
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. U. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot j
1 'Phone 1-b i
"The Cates of the Chateau Morpheus"
and "The .Magic Picture Gallery"; the
brilliant  Chine-" scene. "The Garden
that kept in the dark remained unchanged. Hence we see why tbe bees.
are so careful to obscure I lie glass
windows which are placed in thei:'
hives. The existence of the young
depends on the liquidity of lbe saccharine food presented 11 tbem. and lr
light were allowed access to this it
would In all probability prove fatal
to the inmates of Uie hlva.
WANTED ��� A blacksmith for stone
quarry. Apply Gilley Bros., Fron;
street, New Westminster. 190-tf
sold   a ,:   : he   'de;. cle  and   re-
���    3,   we   will  carry   on   the
���     a -        ,,    business   exclusively   in   the
future,   ind  v. ill carry a full stock of
eve    ' . ng in  that line that is to  be
i t       a firsl llass shop.
Department   Mibtia an
Clover   Point  Rd!e Ran;."
Victoria, B.C.
SE3ALED TEND     -        -I
velope   "Ten le j
Stop-Butt, Rlfl    R ;|
and addresse It    the Secreta:
Militia Council, ih       larters.��
will be i' i elve :
of N ivember  i ext, I     the
tion of a   I ip
Victorl i, ll C,
Plans   an I
_e ai and I il I
the offices of the I
ia-in.lit,.;. Millta I '��� ::|
Tide Table   Fraser River
Seem    from Dei        a    ���!
<��� y 29
i >
'I lie Hon. the Presldenl of the Council - better known as Mr, Carter Col
ton, of the News-Advertiser���-has heen
rubbed the wrong way of the fur by
.lohn Oliver, M.P.P., al i meeting in
Richmond, and endeavors to get even
by printing a would-be funny account.
of said meeting. They laugh best,
however, who laugh last.
A   Chinese   Oliver Twist.
To-day there   lie   on   a   cold   slab in
ib rfii    ".. Purest."      ���.    i a mag
: Iflci nt trans! ��� '��� i
which f       rig!n ���      I 11
l.ani���;.      . '    i    :.'������-...��� :
anythit ; of tl ever
!:���  this counti
Entin   new  c i I ime    I i sign?
' ' Mail-,,iine. : mtlfai .nal ';.> Ma 1-
nme Mil.:":' an.l assistnni -. a e a . ii
a il ��� feature, ��bile new mechanical
effeel s, in- "bale p; opertle i an i
phernalia by A. .1 Overpeck ani n --
sistants, elaborate an 1 uIglnal electric am! other lighl effects will further attest to Manager Vale's liberality as io the production.
'I'he  present   season's  easl   i- wil b-   ,,. .
v.   i
Oct, 29
.   ������    en ling   X i..
.   190G.
Hi   i
i.   .'.
v. iter.
1 1.30
1    1
! 7 11".
1 1 30
17        a
i '. '
" 1 r
Is oo
3 1",
Time.  Ht.
Time. lit.
    3.35    10.5
9.14    5.8
15.32    12 ii
S'SM.   ].:;
    1.32    11.0
10.00    6.4
Having decided to move to Aloerta,
I offer my personal property for sale,
is follows:
Four head of work horses.
One sorrel mare, 6 years old. weight
about  1.250  lbs.
Two bay horses, 5 and 9 years c'd.
weight 1.000 and 1.100 lbs.
One pony mare, -1 years old, weight
ahout 900 lbs.
One  spring   wagon.
One set work harness.
One fine Jersey milch cow, giving
plenty of milk.
One i. :d ccok stove.
Hcusehold goods.
Two miles east of Westminster
.   Coquitlam, B.C.. Oct.  IC, 1906,
toria.  and   the   Din I
Servh 'I
House  wiring  will   be promptly at-   'l*''s must    e
h ���: le_        an I   o ir   , rices    iver.     plied  bj  the  I ��� 1
thii      vill be found as low as those of   panied   by  a   clu
;   ne  -  i onccrn   of   this   charter ��� I banl
the co
Columbi     3
New  \\ e tmli   te
Purchase Notice
of Militia    ���
The De   ���
icce t the 1 n :'   '"'I
��� ss-]
.ctin '   ���''"
I . and W?
Ottawa. 1 i
undertaking    parlors
out question the best In years, and '
tl,,,  composed    of    most capable    artists
mortal remains of Tom Joy, a Chinaman, whose death can be directly attributed to a ravenous appetite and
a disregard Of medical advice as to
the diet which should betaken. Some
few weeks ago Tom was taken lo the
Royal Columbian hospital, suffering
from a  growth on the brain, and  was
headed hy George M. Topack, an exceedingly clever comedian, who has
been engaged to appear as "Tob;."
the donkey, afterwards transformed i >
Oct, 31
IV,    l
treated by Dr, Hall.   T
ip patient  pro
gressed  favorably,  but   he declined  lo
remain   In    the    Institution  for   any
Guichon���Mrs.  F.  Davis and  child,
Vancouver;   H.  vs. Vanderhoof, Bellingham.
Windsor-Mrs.   Julia   llan!-.   Yale;
Hi.UU ll':;
. s.S] 11,5
in.ss ]-s i
.   11.117 11.9
in.:/; n s
.  6.51 12.1
17.is I ! 3
17.11     111
.  8.16    l_.l
is.10    10.9
22.46 :',.(! |
10.44 7.0      This is a banner crop year for Can
23.15 3.0  ada   In   qualitj   as   well   as quantity.
11.'J7 7.6   Never before has such a huge crop of
23.43 2.7   oats  been safely  harvested;   never  be-
Noli.i       '      ih;   given thai  CO il i
late   i   ...   ai i   applj lng   to   I  -
Cl Com nn r   of   Lands    an I
'     ��� '       , in to  [llll .ba  ,���
i-!l :.;, .''!���������!
: 1." mo -1   nl    he KI   lala  river, I
ct: ( ommencliirf at a post mo
i d W.   M.'s   N,  E  Corner  plant.' ,
the sou h    iank   of the   Kildala   rivi
ai the mouth, running as follows:   I
i hain a    south,     10   chains   west.     |0
hains north to the shore line, thence
following s'mre line to place of com-'
mencement, containing in acres more]
���'���   less,
,     Aug. 27, 1906.
Local or. W. MOODY,
Per FRANK   VANDAL,  Agenl
Oct. 24,   1906, '
Thursday. Nov. 1st.
Submits  for  your olca
ever!.    '- '":
Devil's Auc|
' (Has delighted young and0^
quarter of a eentur.'
Suaerb   Seer
and I
12,08    S.l ' fore   has   ll
ie   quality   been  so
Eye  Bewilderint
. I   CO.'S   b
and   elevators   all  over
12.49    8.5   Western   Canada    have    secured    the
ii.ll   2.3 pick of this wonderful crop of lines'
13.33   8.9  oats, and by the aid of the new and
 . powerful   machinery   In   Iheir   various
lis on sale a
itly Cos'
i on Tuesday morning.
''i.000 ( EMPRESS OP  BRITAIN-) U,:
Prices $1.00, 75c.
_Cc a""-1
II. Power I MM.'I
C.y. 07 IRELANI   l
mills, have quickly transformed theni
length of time, and lefl jusl as his R. McMillan, Vancouver; I.. Groves, printing���Let, us do your printing. Into the famous B. & K. rolled
condition was beginning to Improve.    '���''���
ravel in the same w
iy as .'.our iei
If. Cay,   Mount   Vern
\V.   F.
Tom's grievance  was that he was
'aylor, Mazelmere
:' rs.      It    Is   the   quickest,   sa.fi
in isi   economical.    Nexl  Bail!
irices,    prompt    delivery   and   com-   of   B.  &.   K.    ROLLED    OATS  milled   '''���    Fo'' particulars apply to
S�� G.
We  guarantee  yon   very  reasonable   OATS.    E
very grocer has now a sloe
ng Nov
nol getting sufficienl food, and he told      Colonial���S.  Y   Armlngt.on, .1. Oak-      plete .atlsfaction, The Arrow Press,|from   I
his friends in Chinatown that he wa.s   i m   Vancouver;  J   Ross, Toronl i;  '1.
being starved.    Among the Celestials   P. B.llantlne, Vancouver.
US    season s
wonderful   cro;
Fron'  street,   Mrs. Dominy, owner.| This is practically direct from the har-
198-6   vest Beld to your breakfast labia.        j
C.  P.  R.  AGENT.
nae an
1 10th
.ry... *&>
OCT. 30, 1906.
���_-_��S_'-2._;_"_.- :.- r\ ���
' -��_  j&hmk i^vff:,:.   | ;; .
: ���i-"^..' ������  ��� ���������������.���;
if heir works shall ye
^ know them"
On the 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
Local News Briefly Told
Unusual Bargains in
-    ur ��� i a  man i   i ��� tirei'- ������ if           es of
r 1 ars,  Fi '        Chemise    ���    Tab Co I fine i irienl il
;:        dpiire La es, at an es        Ingl    .  : ��� -.������    and we in
(t        :               to you al the sail .be.e an
|        7b an 1  i1''1 it: the lot, gi vSng    >u excel \ ������   :
On Sals To-day at 50c. 75c.  $1.00, $1.30 and 3175.
IVool  Plaids we have In end!���   ...     ty, al every   want I   nrice
tans, such as Stewart,   MacKenzie,   12nd   Highlande       Rob
...   MacDonald  of Glengarry, Ma  Duff and  French  Fane;   Plaids in
, .���;. Inal Ions of color -
40 to 44-inch, at 35c, 50c, 65c and 75c
54-inch - - at $1.00 and $1.25
46-inch Fine Australian Wool
Goods, in suit length, at $1.50
Style for Every Fancy
found   to-day  among our
lew Plaid Silks
.   lozen  lengths of which irrived  by express jusl   on Friday������(
��� Ing     isil Ivi ly tbe new ��� si  : ir waisl -.
The wealth of color in these ?oods,   md  the ndid combin
of i olors, make ll   pos. lb le for i to   dense    n   m      Th
inblnations of REDS  ��� ���'': green,  white,   brown    ���:,'.
.; BLUES with green, red tnrl   dack; GREENS with   ���-,
1 an I    !ue;  and s*?OWN5 i ;e  an 1  j
he I     ���. T .. tans are Sti ,va t, Davids in,   Mac!    nzie,    Ireen
1 ie silks   ire of a fine soft   [ualit; Louisine'   ., hi h we can i on-
Titiously  recommen 1 to wear,
1.50 and $1.00 per yd.
good time keepers
consequently comfortable watc.
1 heir efficii
iency is assured by a guarantee which enables
owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
r *ai-e ^y lhe nearest agent in any part of the world.   They
r; r'M made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
r>T���-,   __
Bul is ol  all   .:. Is ai vers
S. G- 1   I: '���-. phone A    I dtf
,'. e fn La iwing _ ;j   :" I up
i    i irl   .. estei   ij    ��������� hile   n u hinisl -
n b- ivoi ��� i to fix a bro
Tin iteame Fin :.. came into poi I
: est :i laj aftei n i in with a small
!��oom of logs : ii  the Royal City mills.
The B. < . Pa kers yesterda; shipped a couple of cars of frozen halibut
1  ��� ��� .,-���.
The ladies    . S    Barnabas   church
are pre] ai Ins I -.- their ann ial   i izaar,
! which a;1   ���. be! I In the parish room,
Dec. .
'.'������ nn   nl   pile' I Iver  which
lias heen  operating  at   the  moul h  ol
Ihe rivi   ...��� -       night   Into  p in   yes.
'��� da; ��� irpose of un lergoing
A:      " ..-  m ichlne  will
���atl in   in   Ladner  for
loses,     il   Is   i [aimed
t tl     -:.    em is ea le   on i he cows
an I product!-.      .      rte   i  suits than
ha   I rail kin:
Sentence is to ts     I'thl       ���::.-
on    iittii ; i. all, a won:,::, of
lie res   Icted district, wh i 1- chai ged
v ith   being       \ agran    In  the   ��ider
ense of thi i.   The cas    sva- ad-
���m 1       terday mo aing.
The ' I.: ire ir -, a ��� ent 1 :h< .1 to
the   ai   n $5,   this     eing   bail
ley put up ' . Sui [j R ied for his
; pear ince in i he police court to answer a ( hargi of drunkenness, Sandy
wasn'l    u iui !   when  his   n ime    was
'i'b" \S. VS. a. V. section g mg was
busy yesterday repairing the track
near Gilli . Br is.' wharf. The :r:ick
ends al thai oinl and had sunk on
one side msins the rails to spread.
The r lis wen ke I up and levi lied
track was rendered fit for
, anything for which it may be required.
ft is expected thai the people of
Ladner will have their town lighted
for the first time by electricity about
Dec 5. '"1: ��� erection of the towers
for the conveying of the wires across
the river is well under way. The
timbers are being taken from 'lie
Delta saw mill.
Qui-e a number of  Xew   Westminster   people   travelled   to  Vancouver
a ��� . da    e\ ming for the purpose of
tening   to  the   Westminster   Abbey
a j...  whi h   was   performing  in   the
Terminal    City.      The    performance
roved I i be an enjoyable one, many
��� -iisis   singers   rf  repute   being   in-
! in this famous choir.
��� houses in Chinatown are many
,. n   -��� ; 'nished with strips of pork
ch tfiej are drying for future use.
e dried   Ig seems to be a favorite
lie; c.   am ag  the   Chines -   population, and ;���   akes a lai..    number of
porkers  to  -apply   the  local demand.
The  meal   Is a; parently prepare 1 on
the sami    i Incipal as the tn lians prepare ��� he . enunican.
Pu  '1 In    Chilliwacl    Is
aroused with regard to the recent
burning fat iiii:. . nd a thorough in-
vestigati n ��� the whole a.a! affair is
li a. -. led b; the citizens. The man
inised the alarm i anno; be lo-
can -i. . In ". : - li inly ai rive 1 in
Cii ok on Sal iird iy an i let    igain
:. '���' hi    -.-, ' Ul S,
ran    .'   li    ive -e 1. he will I ne of
es the   I a pies'
l.e held I   :.. a   iw e. en-
���. aa.    ......   an ':. .    Chiiianiail   at
L . Ini :.     Money   ..as  : mnd   on   Ki '.-
pe - in   .'. 1, -i.  he    . a ���   irrested   tvhich
' ir espon Ie 1 wi   i the . im . hii li had
been  stolen, an i  alt igether  -:     cai
looks ra her si ana-: again -   him.
C. .1. Purvis an 1 VS. .1. Cab [ell, of
the Dominion Express Co.'s staff, returned yesterday  from  a  holiday   visit
to  Winnipeg.    They  have    n away
for 'ii" past  six week., and claim to
have had  a Mrs:-class   time  throughout.    They  will  starl   to  work again
of uoramaasbip finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is tc -fc ;nese two qualities In every article bought and sold. Our
.1.00 ,:an back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they ate excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Ls
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morri3 chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
<<��� CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
.'.''.   '1 .,   of Edmonton,  the
'ah      lock, was in
��� he   city   ; esterda     looking   o\       his
new!;,   acquired        >peVi        M       lath
ers   Is   :\I lei;    know n as a pho
; her of : orthern     enes     His
tlon " .:��� .pi ��� of far  ti
is sal ! o m of : he flnesi In the
world. He has capture 1 views ' the
greal Ice b mnd world from the re-
molest spots ' ' which man can travel
under ordinary circumstances It is
possible thai Mr. M ithers may sell his
Edmonton business and open a studio
In this city.
To-day there will be a c mfe -nee
between the officials of the C.P.R. and
B.C.E.R. with regard to running in a
switch from the C P.R. across t.he
tram track to the proposed locati in of
the Wood Stave Pipe Co.'s plant and
the new Vulcan Boiler works premises. Both these firms are building
on Carnarvon street adjacent to 'he
Royal City mills on the north side of
the tram line, and it is imperative
that | ,c h sl ml l have easy means of
;ua cm to the railway. The city council has tak in 'ic matter up, an I representatives of that body will be on
],...i ;,. ��� .,.< ��� in securing what the
two firm     re isking for.
\ rjhir   - ' cook named Kll   will ap-
!,..,.. before Capt.  Pittendright, 8.M.,
this morning to answer to the charge
Iof   steal':::-;  a  considerable   sum   of
The Hon. W. Norman Bole was yesterday granted tour Inches of water
trom Mitchell creek, whi h empties it-
elf Into Burrar I Inlet. Another ap-
plli ation by the same gentleman for
25 inches from N'oon creel* for domestic an i industrial i i p ises was post-
��� me 1 until Nov. 5.
A  numl .-.     .   ; m Ii nn     last
. ���' uiug in ':..   rest.;    if SI   B irna   i '
church  for the pui. osi .   ing
the   id . isa dlit;        organizin       c
tei  ol  ' a" Brotherho id ol St, Andrew.
After  r ireful i iration, ; he  I lea
".'a.- ap) : oved, and an il he uiei ting
v.ill be held on Nov. 12 for the ���
fecting of ai ran-, menl. an 1 ele ii g
the off'i ers. The in roducto j service whicli will com] the organization i.i a forma] m inn ;vill he held
in the church on St. An li ew ida . Nov.
HO. Meetings will be held twice a
month, and the next meeting of those
Interested will take ice, as stated,
on Nov. 12.
Aii daj yeste ia; Capt. Pitten Irigh,
S-\L, listened to the case of Jones vs.
Xaud, in which the ownership of a
cow is involved. Il appears that F.
Xaud purchase i a cow from Mrs. E.
Jones, of Central Park. The animal
was sen: by boat to Mr. \au 1 at Port
Hammond. The next day, wheu Mrs.
.bit.es went .to collect the $50 agreed
::. Nan I wanted I i cut down the
, rice to $45. On the offer being refused, the defendant refused to keep
the cow. alleging that it. was not up
to the standard agreed upon. The
case closed about a o'clock, and the
magistrate reserved decision on the,
matter for one week. J. E. Bird, of
Vancouver, appeared for the plaintiff,
while W. .1 Whiteside represented the
Dr. Tolmie and Mr. Logan, of the
Dominion government, experimental
farm, addressed audiences at Ladner
on Fii,lay last. Mr. Logan gave the
most, of the time allotted to him to
discussing the proposed spring fair
La be held at New Westminster. He
slated that the Dominion government
has granted British Columbia $600,
and the provincial government had allotted $500 towards the movement.
That was $-100 in excess of the
amounl available last year. He urged
t.he farmers of the Delta district to
lead their aid to the movement and
work for its success. I>r. Tolmie conducted a round table discussion upon
ma:t.ers of general interesl to agriculturists. On Saturday afternoon Dr.
Tolmie and Mr. Logan visited the Inverholme stock farm, where a practical address was given on .lock judging.
The firs s i I v. as turn ;��� esti i 1 i;
towar 1 - he erectii n ol th V ih in
Boiler wor..-' new p l-s - on Carnarvon ;tn he Royal Clt;
mills. Thi gr mn i ha - 'en < leared
:... 1 men ar ��� at woi,. with ��� plo _
le...!.!.a down the lot in -.- lines - :' ii
the erection of the i illdii
Mr. Patterson, e i ai igi . .- ver.
. nxi ms to hai    the new  bull ling In
>hape as s   >n as possible,    - ..
luarters he is . I for
: . un that In t nm I - 'I on his svorl
ex] edillousl is h would like.
The firs section o he m w building
will be i I ������' wide ai i 20 fe I leep.
Other .-.i'i ms n :il I e added as occa
; in demands, Mr. Pal terson state I
. esterd i_ tha he had orders for
seven large boilers now waiting to be
filled, an 1 with ol her work, he bad all
he could accomplish with his present
staff of men for some months to come
in his presenl quarters, in the new
building he will be able to employ
more men and accomplish more work.
��� o	
3isho.-:'s Election Questioned.
Moil'real, Oct. 29.���Rev. Canon
Wood and Rev. Arthur French, of Ihe
Church of St. .lohn the Evangelist
lo-day sent a letter to Bishop Car*
michael, notifying him that they re
fusel to give him canonical obedience.
This they do, not through any persona! feeling, but because they believe that he was not legally elected
to the office he now nils. At the
time when Bishop Carmichael was
elected coadjutor to Archbishop Bond,
the sync,,| passe,! a canon giving him
rlghl of succession to archbishopric.
This, Dr. Wood and Mr. French contend, was an illegal acl rn the part of
the synod, inasmuch as a canon may
not lie passed and acl -! upon at tho
same   s'--b>:i   ,-.'    Lbe    synod.
Penman's   Natural   Shirts   and   Drawers
$1.25 the garment, all sizes.
Stanfield's Light Weight, all sizes, $1.25
the garment.
The 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
We Are Clearing Out
China Tea Cups and Saucers
at $2.25 per dozen.
The Regular Price is $3.00
per dozen.
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the best value, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
It utilizes all the heating power of the hard coal, soft coal, wood cr
coke. Ordinary steel and cast iron ranges are fuel wasters. They may
work  well   until  the  bolts become  lo.se where steel is bolted to cast iron.
The Monarcn range is different. It is constructed with malleable iron
frames, to which the steel is rivetted, net bolted. It is only in this way
that absolutely air-tight joints can be made. There is no stove putty in
Monarch   air-tigiit seams���no danger of leaks.
*���"   f THE   DAILY  .NEWS
11,1 %
Humor end Philosophy
Are laiing.
Whi i. ?
Well, what a qui s( i n'.
Whi re?
Why, you should know.
v.. i'vi   had i xpe.ii nee,
Aial j ou knew where
Tl ' .  always bite.
In thf  guide's mind-
Thai     th    i ..a e
Whi re
They are truly busy.
Ami why not?
Th( y have hnd
All kinds of experience
Biting there
Frequently and
I    rio .sly.
Ye.-. Indeed;
Thi y  bite i Isewhere,
Bui never
\Vi'.!i ila   same
[mpi tulant
Willi which they bite
In the . '������ at head
i 'f the ki' at guide.
1-xi" ��� i him
To lead you to the spot?
Well, you are
Voupg ami innocent.
II. ll swear
��� in a Btai k ot hay
It : . ed be
Thai  la- ls going to,
Thai :    '" gel
Vour line, larpro
five dollar bill.
But don'l  blame him;
That Is how he yr Is his living.
Sizing Him Up.
\Anire't. '
\   '      ...  _--
"For 2 cunts t would lick yon," said
the Irate little man who hnd been
"Yes." said the big one, without
moving, "you always were a cheap
man. Bill. For r> cents, now, 1 suppose ymi would Initl a railroad train
off tbe traek "
Nol For Children.
"Vou must never '.ell a  lie, Johnny."
"Not even | , d nl;..  a licking?"
"Certainly uot."
"Say, tell that to old folks."
Nu Fiction Wanted,
"Once a ii ior but lamest member o? <i
stare legislnture''*"
"Stlek to fn.''. Rill, stick to tact"
In a little house up a by street
Oi tho Mohammedan quarter, old.
friendless, broken, lives the man
vrho might have ruled Egypt. I.
you ask twenty people in Cairo today, '-Where is Arabi Pasha?" fifteen will tall you that he is dead,
while the other five do not know.
fact, after the bombardment of
xandria he was sent to exile for
He in Ceylon, but was allowed some
four year- ago to ret urn to his native city, Jt was only after a week's
hard ferreting thai 1 discovered,
through a native journalist, the
< ���whereabouts of the great man. Even
now. in his seventieth year, he is a
big man; in his prime he must have
been immense���white hair and
beard; a broad, thoughtful forehead,
surmounted by the Turkish tarboosh; kindly eves, dulled a littl" hy
age, but lighting up wonderful!;
when he talks about things whicli
interest him; a straight, powerful
nose; u large mouth, which mu-:
once have been hard and cruel, now
softened by adversity. Though thc
day is warm, he wears an overeoal
and he walk- heavily on a ma--, i:
ebony stick.���Pall Mall Gazette.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Nut more
than ,^o acres can be acquired b. i ne
individual or company, Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A frce miner s certihcate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum 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 cud of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles'
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 must be expended on |
the   claim   each   year   or  paid   to  the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
?;00 has been expended or paid, the
locati r may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
".1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, 01" an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment 01" a
Royalty of 2]A per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N". W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally nre 100 feet square, entry ie��
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding 1000 feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to tbe
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty sanie as
placer mining.
Placer mining in tlie Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 2?o feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
. 2000 ieet. 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 hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of 1000 feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall b.
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
.ieet 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
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The  lessee  shall  have   a  dredge  in
operation within one season from tlie
date  of the  lease for each  five miles 1
but  where a  person  or  company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
dredge for each  fifteen miles or frac-'
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10 '
per  annum  for    each    mile    of river
leased.     Royalty  at  the  rate   of  two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output alter 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 t
below    low    water    mark, that boun-1
dary to be fixed by its position on thei
i.-t  tlay of August in the ypar of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to tbe
No free miner shall receive a grant |
of   mure   than   one   mining   claim   on
each   separate   river,  creek   or   gulch,
but   the   same   miner   may   hold   any
number   of  claims   by   purchase,  and
free   millers   may   work   their   claims
in   partnership   by   filing   notice   and ;
paying  fee  of  $2.     A  claim   may bei
abandi ned  and  another obtained on
lhe   same   ..eek,   gulch   or   river,   by
giving  notice and  paying a  fee.
Work must be done "n a claim
each year to the value rd ..: least $200/
A certificate tliat work has been
abandoned, anad < 1 >*��� n to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths mi their sleepers are longer,
higher .md wider than in similar cars
en   any   other   line.     They   protect1
their trains by the  Block System.
'lhe 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 North-'
west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and   the  minister  may  resi rve   for   an   individual   or   company
having machinery  on the land  to bei
prospected, an area of 1920 acres ror
such   peri, ul   as   he   may   decide,   the
length of which shall not exceed three:
times the breadth.     Should  the pros-
pector   discover   oil   iu   paying   quantities, -uid satisfactorily establish such'
discovery, an  area  nut  exceeding 640
acres,  including   the   oil  well,   will   be
sold  to the  prospector at  the  rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract    reserved,    namely,    1280   acres,
will lie sold at the rate of $..  an acre,
subject tn royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Orikr in Council.
Deputy of the Minister  of the  In
Dept, Interior.
HITESIDE i  EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackle Blk.,
Columbia   streei,   N'ew   Westminster.
\V. J. Whiteside, II. L. Edmonds.
MR. .1. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Hank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Muney to
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms "1 to 24, 415 Granville street. Jjseph Martin, K. C, ..
vv. Weait, W. 0- McQuarrle, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl he iu lhi
Westminster offices every Friday af
HOWAY, REID <fc P.OWE3. BarrUv
ters, solicitors, etc.. 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster,    A. Whealler, P.O. Box
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum
Ida and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, ii. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, ila:::.-'- r, Solicitor
, n I Xotarj Publi ', In pi tice
1S91 at New Westminster, B C. Offl , . remove 1 :���> Curtis Bio :k, Clark-
sou stn '���'. opposite Court House,
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in th"
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Peeuu.l Wednesday of each month.
O"a. le.ly meetings on the seeond
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at . p. m,
Annual meetinas on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Wh'te, Sec.
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
tbe Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month in
Masonic Temple, at . p. m. Visiting brethren are .-ordially Invited
to attend.   D. V,'. Gilchrist, Sec.
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at .
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.
���Meets in Orange hall first and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brelhren aie cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
1. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
aie held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend. A. IJ. Halla-
day, N.G.; W. C. C< itham, Re :, Sec.
*. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tues-
day in eaeh month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd-
follows' block, Clarkson street, 0.
3. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Seeond and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of I��. Hall, Columbia St., al
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in eaeh month, same i
time and place. Visiting Brelhren
cordially invited. E. B. Si iiu h- [
combe, Pres., II. Disney, Secretary.
��� Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 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,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Endue are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of eaeh month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.; !
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
at S o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
CAMP, 191���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of p, Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief; J, J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Win $300 in G
Reichenbach Cornel
Prize Contestl
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|
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
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"Heaven deliver me from neighbors!"
grumbled Marta to herself as die
dusted Professor Travers' Btudy. From
its windows sh,- could look across : .-
the  next lawn,  where :i  girl in ;ui em
broidered dress wns tending a flower
garden, a lace parasol in one hand aud
a ridiculously small green watering
can in the other.   At her heels barked
a tiny dog,  and it   would hnve I u
hnrd to tell which Marta regarded with
the more disapproval, the toy spaniel or
i t ~i owner.
The next dour house had been vacant
bo many years that Marta looked on its I
new purchasers, tbe Gainsboros, in the
light of Intruders, ns the little villas ���
of Hampstcad wns seldom frequented
by summer people. For this reason
Professor Travers made it bis retreat
the moment college closed in order 1 1
escape tbe festivities cf commeucemi nl
- cheering students, pink Ice cream
nnd a host of enthusiastic girls bad 11
charms for him. Fie wns bored by Ihe
former nnd too deeply absorbed In hi-
books 1" notice the latter. For tii -
Marta, his  middle  nged   housekeeper,
WHS     supremely     grateful.       She     li.l '
taken care of him tar, many years t 1
relinquish her supremacy without a
"Bul it will come some time," said
John, her husband. "Love is like th ���
measles. And the older he is whan he
takes it the harder it will go with
"lie is thirty-five nnd it hasn't come
yet," answered .Marta hopefully.
She had nursed Travers through
many childish ailments and felt herself
capable of warding off this most dan
gerous ailmenl of all. So she guarded
his solitude with watchful zeal. She
had a horror of Intruders, especially;
young and feminine ones, and the nearness of Betty Galusboro was a positive
menace to her peace nf mind.
"Running about in high heeled slip- J
pers and wearing big, llulTy hats, just j
us If a freckle or two would hurt her!"
sniffed Murtn, though it wus undeniable that tbe face beneath the wide
brims wus wfusomely attractive.
The professor caught his first glimps >.
of it one afternoon as he came home
1 through his orchard after a uiorning
spent 111 tne woods near by.   One coin
P ��� bulged   with   specimens,   the
"ther , mtained hi ��� no ebook, and he
liurr... 1 along the grass, path, wonder
ing If Maita hnd kept luncheon wait
lng, when froin the branches of a
gnarl >d apple tree above bim came a
great rustling.
"Oh, won't yon please slop'.-" be
sought a s'.\ eet voice.
Th.- professor halted, blinking up
ward Into the leaves, where a pretty
embarrassed face looked out like a
Dryad In distress.
"I'm up here, and 1 can't gel down.
so I'm afraid I'll have to ask ynu for
To the professor, unused 10 climbing
any iree save that of knowledge, the
feat was extremely difficult. Yet he
managed it skillfully enough and swung
himself up to where Hetty sat. The::
slowly, holding very tight to his hand,
she made her descent, ending with a
jump and a frightened little laugh.
"I won't do lhi! ogaln," she de
clared. "It's been awfully good of yoil
to help u neighbor In distress, especial
ly when she's been trespassing on youi
Travers ~:ii��l that he hoped she would
trespass ns often as <lie liked, nnd sh!..
by side tiny moved homeward through
the long orchard grass. He saw her to
her own gate, and nexl day when they
went for a stroll by the Hampstead
river Marta's worst fears seemed real
Ized. U". consternation increase 1
when Travers began to look to bl
canoe that he had not used In years,
humming a college glee ns he wurked.
"If he is drowned it will be tic-
fault of that fllghy piece next door!"
walleil Marta.
He began, too, to take an alarming
Interest In his personal appearance, a
thing be had never done before. Hr
gave up uis somewhat seedy coats ana
queer, loose collars, and a box presently arrived from .New York bearing the
hall mark of a fashionable tailor. And
Marta fell that ;t crisis hud been reached when the loss of some of the finest
specimeuts of flora iu Travers' collection only moved him to a temporal?
regret, tie no longer spenl his days
poring over books. Instead, he studied
the moods of Miss Betty Galnsboro.
and came to the conclusion that there
was nothing on earth more Incomprehensible than n woman. Once, when
the canoe had nearly overturned. .-.������
bud shown herself valiant In the _ae_
of danger, yet r.io s! .hi of 11 tiny garter
snake made li r ������������I. refuge on Ibe
nearest fence, where she perched lu :
panic till Travers had killed it.
One evening when Travers was re
turning from a lecture he had given in
the summer school of an adjoin! '..
town he noted a tall young fella .
fair haired and broad of shoulder, gn;
off at the Hampstead station and strlk,
along the village road like one accus
toined to the place. The professor loi
lowed a little iu the rear. Al til
Galhsboro irate the young fellow tun
ed. and Belly, who was lingering 01
the lawn. Hew to meet him with OU
Stretched hands.
"Oh, Dick!" shi1 cried, an unmista!
able thrill of surprise and joy in h.
voice. Of the rest Travers saw .-; :
heard nothing. He stepped back quick
ly Into the shadows. What right I: :
he to be a witness of a lovers' mc -.-
"You must have bad a tiresome day,
said Marta solicitously, "for you're a
white a.s a sheet."
"I'm an old fool," groaned Travel'
to himself, "an old fooll How could
ever have supposed that she could car
for uie? Why, I'm nothing but a boo!-:
worm���all my life has been spent li
musty volumes and class rooms, ntu
now"��� lie looked toward the Gains
boro house, where lhe glimmer of a 1 , :
arette shone like a firefly through :'
darkness and the cheerful tunk-a-tun!
of a banjo came on the night air
"Love," said tlie professor slowly, "wn
not intended lor me."
Thereafter, to Marta's satisfaction
he stayed Indoors, forsaking his ca:: .
and applying himself listlessly to hi
books.    Hut  Maria was ciulck to ra.,,
the signs ami soon realized"that all w'_ ;
not   well   -.   th   : ...   young  profe
That be   ' .uld :  :i i'a love had ba   ,
tTOUbl ��� ������:: a ;���  to be refused by   1
chit of a girl wilh no m.,re brains til :::
I a butterfly, thai was not to be born \
and Marta's anger rasa the louger ~:i ���
thoughl of it. Bul when, after artful ���
questioning   the   professor,   she   found
��� thai he had i.,-1 ask -l Miss ;:,���: /
Galnsboro t,, marry 1. 1 , tb the ��� >.
raged in Marta's heart a ittle I ���: vee 1
the desire I'm- her own supremacy a;, \
tiie desire for Travers' happiness. The
latter conquered.
"I see," she remarked to Travers a..
she entered his study bright and early.
, duster in hand. "I st-e that Miss Gaitls-
boro's cousin, who's been visiting there
has gone.    He's going to marry a gir)
; out west nud Miss Guinsboro's to la;
bridesmaid.    Just read it in the paper
' this morning. I'm sorry to disturb you.
professor, but you know tins is cleaning day. 1 won't be long. Suppose you
go out lu the orchard and wait till i'"i
through'.'"    Marta had seen Ihe flicker
of   a   white   dress   between   the   trees.
Travers. absentmindedly clutching a
paper knife, wenl out inlo the orchard
In a happy daze and came face to f i.-o
with Betty Galnsboro.
"Looking   for   specimens'.'"   she   demanded,   a   catch   of  laughter  in
"No," said Travers, "for I've foil
perfect one at last, a rose of all
roses thut I mean to cherish forever, if
you will let me, Betty."
"If you don't mind the thorns." Bhe
Aud Marta, watching them from tiie
' study window, surreptitiously wiped
. her eyes. "I do believe I'm glad of it
1 after all," she said huskily, "though I
I know he'll never get his meals on
! time."
ud a
l'.l  .
"lion-  Shall   Ye  Exeape."
The Scriptures may be a dangerous
weapon to put into the hands of those
who pervert their moaning, either intentionally or through want of understanding. Every oue has heard how
Lorenzo 1 low, having resolved 10
preach a sermon against women's till
bonnets, took for his text the words
"Topknot, come down," which he hud
ingeniously perverted from the Iln is,
"Let him which i.s on the housetop r.r>t
come down."
Less artful than this, but (iuite as
amusing, was the unconscious error
made by a young student of theoloiT."
��� at Wilbraham seminary, whose ca..-;���.���
was related by un old divine, Tho
student went out oue Saturday to
preach his trial sermon. When he returned Monday the venerable Dr. N.
said to hlm:
"Well, how did you get along?"
"Oh, very well, I thought."
"Glad to hear it. What was your
" 'How shall we escape if we neglefit
so great salvation'.'' "
"Very good text, ve��y good text.
How did you handle it?"
"Well, lirst 1 showed them how gre.ir
this salvation was" ���
"That's right.   And then?"
"And then I told them how they
might escape If they neglected it."
Average LengrtU nf Sentences.
"The English sentence grows shorter
aud shorter," says an essayist. "Spencer, Sir Thomas Moore, Lyle and Syd-
; ney used sentences of the average ot
j fifty-five  words.     Nowadays  the sou-
I tences of the average journalist ara
only fifteen words long. Bacon Intro
duced the short sentence.    At a time
; when everybody else was using fifty
words he took to twenty-two. Praisi.
be to Bacon. Macaulay used a very
short sentence.   Its average length was
j twenty-three words.    Dickens' average
1 was twenty-eight. Thackeray's wns
thirty-one. Matthew Arnold's sentences
i are long, but beautifully balanced.
They    are    thirty-seveners.      Henry
I James' are longer and. though Intricate, are well worth puzzling out, for
tn each of them a wonderful meaning
!..  concealed.    They are thirty-niuers.
! Kipling's  sentence-,  are  lwenty-oners.
' George Moore's are twenty-fourers aud
ri. G. Wells' are twenty-tbreers,
YY/HEN a woman goes shopping
she always looks at the latest
paper for Bargains, no matter what
she has seen before. THE DAILY
NEWS reaches her in the morning
and from those columns she makes
up her mind.
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"The Early Bird Catches
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N'ew  Snag   Boat   Launched.
The hull ol' lhe SUeena river snag
oat, which has been under construction i'or the past four months, was
successfully launched yesterday after-
noon. The workmen had been preparing : ,- the launching for the pre-
-, i :.s four or five days, and at high
;i ��� yesterday afternoon, ir. -.he presence !>��� 'J. numi-c-:- of the officials of
tht; nl: f-.rtmeut, the signal was given
;,) ieT ber go, and the big hull shot off
the w. ys, poised in the air for a sec-
I'ul, and then plunged sideways, as
was intended, into the Fraser. The
ioics with which the vessel fell, and
the ir.t that from the edge of the
ways io lhe water was a distance of
over four feet, caused it to duck
under, and ship a considerable amount
of water into the hold, which was
o;;en, not enough, however, to cause
any anxiety or affect the launching.
The hull is now tied up awaiting the
arrival of the machinery from Toronto
for installation.
The hull is 100 feet long anil has a
27-fool beam, it is six feet deep, and
, ��� the present time draws about a
fi ��� and a half of water. The weight
i '. the machinery, it is expected, will
;������.'��� it down about another foot.
The work has been under the su-
-.'���I vision of W. Peck, of this city,
and al o i" five men have accomplished
the job. The under pnrt of the vessel
has been iron sheeted and the whole
structure gives one an idea of solidity and strength. The vessel will in
all probability remain here until the
spring, when it will be sent to the
Skeena to assist the fishermen by
pulling out the snags that are ruining
iheir nets.
There was a meeting of t.he Bridge
club yesterday al the residence of
.Mrs. F. .1. Coulthard, Queen's avenue.
Miss Violet Ladner spent the week
end in town, the guest of Mrs. T. .1.
Ai mstrong.
Mrs. Coo . A-:.- - street, is \i> Iting
friends  in  Vancouver.
Mrs. Diamond sang Millard's "Ave
Maria" beautifully In St. Peter's cathedra! on Sunday evening. Miss Lav-
ery's and Mr. Gurney's voices were
also heard ti greal advantage in "O
Salutai 18."
Mr. .!. Cou!i hard, of the Bank of
Montreal staff, Enderby, is spending
his holidays in town, an I is the guest
of his unci,.. Mr. F. .1. Coulthard,
Queen's avenue.
W. .1. Mathers, resident director of
the Brackman-Ker Milling Co., and
I Is bride returned home yesterday
. ftei a honeymoon trip of a month in
the east, during whicli they visited
Toronto and a number of other eastern points, Mr. and Mrs. Mathers
hav ��� taken up their residence in the
handsome house whicli Mr. Mathers
erec-t'-d this summer.
T. .1. Tail, formerly bookkeeper for
the Daily News Publishing Co., has
resigned, and has accepted a similar
position at Greenwood, B.C.
Geortie Curran, late of Dawson City,
who was in the city yesterday, has a
half interest in the Orillia. Out.. Gazette. Mr. Curran works in the interests of his paper during the winter
months and in the summer he leaves
his brother in charge of the business
while he strikes out into the mining
districts on prospecting -tours. During the past summer he has been
travelling over the Dawson country,
and has been pretty lucky in his investments, according to reports. Mr.
Curran is now on his way home to the
east, and dropped into this city en
route for the purpose of visiting his
friends, C. A, Welsh and Dr. Walker,
with the latter of whom Mr. Curran
went to school.
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Rele.sed from Custody, the Munn  Extradition   Proceedings  Having
BroKen  Down.
After having been incarcerated in
the police cell for exactly ono month,
during which evidence tending to incriminate him in the foulest crime in
the criminal calendar was being collected to be used againsl him in a
trial, which was destined never to
come off, Chester Jackson, accused of
the murdei of (... \Y. Gilley, walked
out of his cell at 8 o'clock last evening, a free man once more.
A laconic telegram was received
shortly after 7 o'clock last evening by
Chief cf Police Mcintosh, informing
him that '.he authorities at Xorth
Yakima refused to grant extradition
papers in the 'ease of the man Munn.
who was accused of complicity in the
murder  with   Jackson.    Beyond   the
ass ware
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Fancy Striped Flannelette Waists, al!   sizes, each     ,.
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bare fact thai thi i ro ��� ������ lings had
falh n through, n i di -ail- ���'������ re given
by W. il. McQ mrrie, crown prosecutor, who wa- in Yakima In connection with ;!:<��� extradition ; roci edings
As _ on as il,-- chiel rea I the telegram which apprisi I hii . i E the result of the proceedings in the Ameri-
i an court, he concluded that th<
whole case mighl as well be dropped,
as withoul the presen <��� of the man
Munn and women intereste I, the case
could not proceed. He accordingly
wa!k<.| over to the c< II whi re Chess
lackson had   i n  spen ling   his time
In solitary confinement .ince Sept, l!'.'
an ;  informed  1 im  thai  he was once
more  a   tree  man.    Jacksi n   did   nol
appear at all  surprised at this in
.nation, merely   remarking   thai   this
was  what  he had  been i x] ��� :l
along, and that he knew : e woul .   ���
libera-' 1 sooner or lati r.    Uter being
instructed   to   appear   In   thi    police
couri  t! i-:   morning,   when    'hief  Mcintosh w -ill ask th - ma .'���-.-.���'
miss   the  case,  .laci.-en  took   hi_  de
parture,  and   was soon  renewing acquaintances   with  his   old   friends   In
the city.
Chester .lackson was seen late last
evening by a Daily Xews reporter, to
whom he spoke freely of his recent
incarceration and of the even;-; that
led up to it. Of his plans for the
future he declined to sneak until lie
had seen his lawyer, who will be
present with him in court this morning, and who will advise him as to
his movements, lie Intimated, however! that he did nm Intend that the
month which he had spen* in solitary
confinement al the lock-up should be
time entirely lost for him, and it is
Cj-uite likely that an action for dam
ages will be Instituted against the
city. He staled thai he would act
upon the advice of his counsel In this
matter, and would be entirely guided
1 y him.
"Halher a pleasant surprise when
you were let oui lhis evening, was it
not ?"  i- nggesteil  the  n ; orter.
"No surprise al all," replie 1 Jackson. "I had been expecting this all
along, and knew that it were merely
a question of time before I was free
again. There could nol possibly be
any grounds for mj arresi, and the
facl that it has been impossible to
secure the extradition of Munn proves
that there was no evidence against us
at all. I understand that the woman
upon whose statement I was arrested
and lodged in the cell was only recently released irom a lunatic asylum,
and if a man (������in he arresti tl llpi a
statements made by such a person, no
man's liberty is sa!" anywhere, I
presume sho had a grudge against
Munn, and wauled her spile in this
way. Somebo Ij '11 have to ; ay foi
Chief Mcintosh's story i.s slightly
diffi "-in. "Someoni has blunder* d,"
is   ti"-   wa..   he   i .:]'. Ins   the   falling
hi . igh  "i   i -.tradition    proci ed-
lng . Although no detail weiv given
by Mr. McQuarrie, tin hief i,< lleveR
'lun the whole thing was quashed be-
' ause '':���'��� chief witness swore in the
cou Lhal the statenu a; s In mad" to
Oi ' stive Brad maw was entirely false
and iln:! she had no knowledge of the
(lime ai all. Whal induced her to
change her story in so shorl a time is
m ; known, bul it is like y thai outside Influences have been a, work,
and ihat she either loll the first or
the second story under pressure,
With tho chief witness denying that
she knew anything of lhe murder, lhe
i unit could do nothing except dismiss
lhe case, and ihat is what happened.
��� o	
The   Weather.
Victoria, Oct. nn.���The barometer is
low over northern British Columbia,
and unsettled showery weather is likely to become general, with fresh to
high southerly winds along the coasl.
The weather has been fair with frost I
at night both on Vancouver Lsland and
the low"r mainland. In Manitoba scv-
i i a) Inches of snow has falle...
iii. showing of these serviceable ��� rments i-- o!
Interesl to any person al 'his season. Norfolk Coats (1
Vests an i Boys' Sweaters are all ������..:,' needi I in .
gee ..I. ... .A,. are showing this week in these Ladie
November  Butterick   Patterns Now   in Stock,
Ask   for   Fashion   Sheets.
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:   Prices to suit purchasers.
riG and 718 Columbia'St.    FourJFloors.     Rear Extension, Front Street]
Vancouver Investor!
Still Favor Property on Columbia Street,
New  Westminster.
We control the sale of several of   the  'a. si   business  sites in thecitj|
Full sized lots. 132 fe, ��� deep, with 66  feet  fi mtage on botl   i i -:
From streets, Improved or otherwise, and partlcularl. adapted to wholes
business requirements. Bettei i.i.. now and i^-: fail benefit from the raj|
mai I kit,
Malins, Coulthard & Co
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster l\
* Electric Railway Service!
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver am! way
stations will run every hail-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line Sei . <��� from
C 15 a in. to 11  p ni.
20 Minute Service���.No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and t> and 7.
30 Minute Service during "jj
malnder or day. Transfer"]
Leopold Flace.
Sunday Service half-hourly bfj
tween 8 a. m. and 10 p. *\
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���lb Minute 8JJI
vi.-e, except between U > J
2, and 6 and 7, during ���H
hours the service will "1
Sunday Service haif-nourl. j*|
tween 8 a. m. and  U V- a'
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co"ll
rE have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. Oui'
clippers work easier, clip faster and take a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
great labor saver.     Call and   see  them at


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