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DLUME 1, NUMBER 186
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1906.
Hi CENTS PER WEEK
ROYAL CITY WANTS
MORE WORKINGMEN
ACCUSES MORRISON
OF CRIMINAL ACT
len Regard the Hindoo  as  a   Boon at the Present
feme But  Prefer White Labor    Board of Trade
Appoints Committee.
"���Wi
lli the Hindoo down.    !I.   j
at  I. can.', ing us ov< l al
me."
ii a  v. iiii the Hindoo .
he time,    li i- ea   ��� i
i   Irl vi   him
i u 1 Immigrants here, bul let
��� ��� ,.  from  the east, and  no-
.est."'
ii ioo Invasion Is thi g reat-
lhl.   province  has    ever
msll le for the Hindoo
ivi re a  few  of the epi-
remarks   thai   were   ex-
��� he hoard of trade mei t-
evening, when the ques-
��� Hindoo   Invasion   was
���   llscussion,
Bi        itcome   of  a   long  aud
hate   was that  a   standing
onsisting of 11. T. Thrift,
B        George Small, Maxwell
an :    Nels    Nelson,   was   ap-
a . ��� ������ ways and means of
this   momentous   ques-
Hindoo question was in-
it  was not  intended to dis-
matter at any length, and a
mi ats made bj the preside nt.
irtis,   win.   was   In   th.-   chair
��� al  the  discussion,  were not
for publication.   Alter he had
ini expressed himself on the
;���   i ... everj body took a hand
llscussion, and   the   Hindoo
for  sume   verj   hard  knocks.
lly, the Introduction Into this
of   a  better  class  of  immi-
ho can be secured in the old
was   strongly   advocated by
i  ���     ��� ml ers, and this seemed
witb the approval of the en-
11.
Sii - lair suggested that the
governmenl agent in Lon-
: '��� written to and ask-ed to
a ms of this province to
��� igi ants. He felt sure
��� ould do a considerable
.11 that direction.
��� me pointed out   that
more largely interest-
ag up of the North-
i hi thi   settlement of British
and mentioned   that   while
i   from   Liverpool  to
"i'i.-    ,1-v  it cost   �� 13
-li  Columbia.    That
' isi n why the coast  did not
igrants   from   tbe  old
e considered   that   if  the
give cheaper  rales   to
:a. there would soon be
I ix of English people into
e, and thej  wen. the most
ol settlers that  could
-  was ol  the opinion that
��� a as  a   very   heaven   tn
��� -���: I state 1 that there wa_
'   labor bere   thai   could
Hit llsh Immigrants.
��� heaven in the Eng-
1 i ome here," ci Deluded
��r also spoke,
:' agreed with the - ri si-
��� id   ilia'   lhis   was   a
���    live   in.     Hi    I'.nt w
experience thai the Im-
' I ''.I' ii. because mair.
' ���'  '   ago  !.'���   '.   I    . ae   ��� ���      	
Immigrant himself, a-, i n   i
go back an   .a  ���    ,,_.   -]f a i    i
ves bere twelvi   montl
��� 1  Mr, Thrll .      ���     ever  .    bes ti
I '.'   anj wlc ���.   ���    .-
And then everj     Ij     .     a turn at
'���    ng n.i' I. ot ier all aboui    a
..'til;,   province, and would    ���
It,   bad   nm   th-     in   Idi at    Infoi
ihem thai then   ... befon
��� ������ .a. and  m I i" ighl   ihem    .
i' al    life.     IP-    i a   ��� I a    Ci
Small in give Lis -.lew. ...i ihe Hindoo
immigration.
"I do not know .... I ... .a . ���
would do withoul the :. a .. ��� the
present time,!' - u i Mi, s.-.., :.. .,:, i |
may say that if tie ri wa- ha.: : -
much energj ised ia the bringing in
of a suitable class ol mi n as there Is
i.i trying to keep thi Hindoo 0 ,-, the
result would 1 e mon gri ifying. if
the boards of tradi of British Ci im-
: ia   wo.ild onlv   _, ���   ���   _..��� ...       ,., |   US(
iheii influence ti I .;.-.. people out
hi re who coul I bi ol ssistance to
miil nn a, they would bi a mplish-
Ing some good. The idea which has
been voiced here this evening, with
:��� ference tn bringing mi n here from
England, Is a splendid i ni, and it
has my hearty approbation, (let the
provincial and Dominion governments
to help ynu in this matter. Most of
-.he old country men have large families, ami would naturally wish to bring
'heir families out with ihem. bul unfortunately very few "1 them have the
means to do so. The matter ol supplying funds is a delicate one, but I
am confident that i; can 1." arranged.
The C.P.R. now gives cheap settlers'
rates as far as- Calgary, (let them to
give the .same rate;; as far as the
coast, and you go a long way towards
olving the problem."
M Sinclair asked Aha; kind of a
laborer the Hindoo was from the mill-
men's poinl  of view.
Mr. .Small replied that tlie Hindoo
v.as much to bi prefi i ri 1 to the
Chinaman, but was nm -������ La , i as the
.lap. The Hindoo woul 1 ni : runaway
from a large pieci oi timber, while
tbe Chinaman would nol attempt to
lil' anything that looked a little Km
Id." for him. For a :c .. a. Mim, he
thought that thi Iin loo was doing
very well.
Mr. Curds said thai there wa.s one
thing that he wished to poinl out in
contrast between thc Hindoo and the
Japanese, ami that was thai the .lap
spent his money freely, while theHin-
dOO did not spend a cent it he could
help it. The Jap bought goi d clothes,
lived well, bought perfumes from liis
store and expensive soaps���
"The Hindoo certainly doesn't buy
soap.'' broke in Kiel Lynch. And
everybody laughed.
H. T. Thrift proposi I. and .1. \.
Cunningham seconded, a motion thai
a committee '�������� appoint! 1 to delve
a ' per into tic matter, and ihis was
unanimously can ied. li was stipulated in the motion that the commit-
���i ��� should '��� e a standing "tie. ami
known as the Immigration committee,
and lhal the mi I ��� ��� I I deal wiih
I'c question i I inInging mit lo this
������ untry a dt slrable class of settlers
from other countries, more especially
from England.
TO SEE NEED FOR AN
McBride Government  Commences   Prosecution  of Prominent Resident of Dewdney ���Some Interesting
Facts About the Case.
Report of Chief That Gambling Was
No Worse Than Before Proves
Satisfactory.
"I Ha ." N ithing Tn Say F* Pub-
II ration."
������I Have N I Ing To S . F. : P ib-
��� ..' i ���:,."
"i H. ve Nothing Tu S : Foi Publication."
"I Hav- Nothing To Say F . P lb-
lication."
"I Have Nothing To Say Fur Pub-:
.: a-; m."
"I Have Nothing To Say For Pub-1
lication."
������I To, i You I Ha 1 Nothing To Say
Foi  Publication.    That  Is Final."
That  is the total result of reieated
efforts   on the  part   of a   Daily   News;
reporter  to secure  some information,
from   Mayor   Keary   yesterday  after-
noon.
The questions which brought out
the string of answers all had to do
with a meeting of the board of police
commissioners, an i were asked just
after the meeting ot that body had
been   adjourned.
On \V. H. Keary, mayor of the city
<-r New Westminster, chairman of -.he
board of police commissioners, chair-:
man of the hoard of license commissioners, and one or two other things,
'b. Daily News confers the degree of
I H.N.T.S.F.P.
Fr :n   another   source  the reporter
lhi   Daily  News learned that  the
ci mmissioners    discussed    the    gam-
ling question and arrived at the con-
. I .-.mi that there -was no need for an
investigation.
Then was no : retence of ignorance
i I . iling. It was acknowledged
thai   gambling    games   had   heen   in
. ' ation on licensed premises during
fair week. Chhf of Police Mcintosh,
who wa- present, stated that the gam
bllng was not what could he called
'": i n" gambling, and that it was no
worse than in previous years. "From
his poinl rn view everything was satisfactory, and it is reported rhat with
this ihe commissioners were satisfied, j
They  hal  no complaints before them, j
;.:i i therefore coul I do nothing mi   ���
If the conclusii n of tne commis
sioners means that there :< no need]
of au Investigation to discover whether ihere was gambling, they are
right. The fact tha; there was gambling, and "open gambling," too, is
now too well known to be disputed
'���ven by one so guili ���-- as Mayor
Keary.
If the conclusion of tiie commission- ���
��� rs means that there is nothing to be
investigated, it is ai! wrong.
Chief Mcintosh has made the announcement that he received instruc-1
timis from the commission to let
things run during fair time this year
the same as was the case in previous
year*.
What was the case in previous
years?
Last year it  was "open" gambling.
There is need for an investigation, '_
and the more the matter is probed, [
the more serious that need becomes.
Public opinion demands an investi-,
gation, and there is no escape from it.
Vou    yet     have    your    opportunity,
Mayor  Keary, to be the  investigator.
Avail yourself of it, or yo'i will be in- .
vestigaled.
As mayor of the city, you are re-
sj locsible.
As chairman of the board of police
commissioners, you are responsible.
As chairman of the board of license
commissioners, you are responsible.
Recall what yon said lo the reporter
iln' day you threatened him witb the
terrors of the witness box. You would
not tolerate gambling for a minute
You would investigate, you said. You
had grave doubts about the truth of
what the reporter told you.
According to the statement of the
chief of police about his instructions,
you had no, right fo those doubts.
Vou must admit that now you nre not
bothered with those doubts, Then investigate, and let the responsibility be
officially placed where it belongs.
WIND "STORM WRECKS       MURDERS HIS ENEMY
BUILDING IN TORONTO WITH AN UMDREIL..
i
"hree-Storey   Brick   Store   Brcomes  a   Samuel     Washington    is    Blamed    by
Useless Mass  of  Rubbish Coroner's Jury for Death
���Boats Adrift. of Daniel   Little.
-, 0ct_   i0i     u  ..  ;...,;,   0f a        Niagara   Fa.Is,   On!.   Oct.   10.���The
jut j  has rm arned a .er llcl that Dan-
Bter; iy. when the wind blew
���   ,   ���    an hour, an   ;_ .    11        bio
all
ii i Little icolon .11    ami  '(��� his death
b;    being   stabbed In   I  ������   face   bj a
.  .        ���  I.. I,  .-:��� i I       [ied    imbn
MIFF REFORM
P BV NO MEANS DEAD
,; British House of Commons
messes   Montreal   Board
of Trade.
;'-   Oct.    10.���M.    E.   Smith,
;" Liverpool chamber of com-
1 !l' -S1' I  : eting of   the
:   "'e   hoard   of  trade   Ihis
' :i the Imperial  trade ques-
W-   Hills.   M.p.   for   Durham,
r,1'an   chamberlain,  who  are
Mr. Smith on hla trip
' ann 'a,   also   address,. |   the
��� Mr, Smith remarked thai
:| service to thai party
" '" the old country were
'! ' 'he Conservative party
' ''' :"''i had the interests of
Cana la al In arl. There was no political faction In England thai did nol
view with interns: and satisfaction the
rapidly increasing prosperity of Canada.
After outlining the political situation which led up to the defeat of the
English Conservative party at ihe last
elections, Mr. Smith said thai Ihc
statement that the cause of tariff reform was a vanquished one, and that
the promoters had accented a firsl defeat as a final overthrow of the movement, was untrue.
and splin I I   n
thai   remain    ol  a  three-stot      'nick j,i the hands of Saruui    W    i   -     a
store   a' Grace   and   College    streets, the same penetrating! la.
Thn building was nearlng completion,      Washington  is being held cal  will
[I  belonged to George Morln, ami the probably   have   to   face  a   cha .���   ol
loss Is '. itimated a: $30,000. murder.    Little's death was tl suit
.Many craft  along the  water front nf a row between ilea two men i i -'
wenl adrift, and .-nine sank, unlay night hist.
.). K. Moriis.ui, of Dewdney, appear-
��� . ��� "���'.:������ ilapt, Pi;tendrigh, S.M., yi .-
���   b    ;.   , alng as di fendant in a case
:  ugh!  a-   tin- Instance of the  Mc-
Uride government, un ler that section
: the criminal code which deals with
malicious damage "> bridges,    ll.- was
1 ound over to appear for trial.
This Is, in its circumstances am.
surroundings, one ol the mas- remark
. ��� cases which has ever inn,, be-
I  re a ���   .:��� iu this province.
Mr. Morrison is a well-known tar-
am in the constituency of Dewdney.
and a man of standing and substance
i;. i- also a well-known Liberal and
one of 'lm strongesl opponents of the
Mui. It. McBride.
This fact should Le kept in mind in
r< ading thn storj  of tlie case.
Mr.   Morrison's   property  fronts   on ���
the east   bank   of  Hatzic  slough,  his
house standing a short distance sou'h
of   tbe   poinl   where  lhe   line   of   the
C.P.R. crosses the slough.    Some distance south of the  house is a  public
road, crossing the slough on a bridge
A   short   time  ago the government
look   a   motion   to   run   another   road
across the slough, and the only place 1
apparently which  suited  the  ideas of
the said government was a line which \
would   pass   through    Mr.   Morrison's I
garden.
Now, the law provides that the gov- j
ernment  shall have  the  right  to resume iiossesslon of land crown gran'-;
ed  to an  extent   not exceeding  one- j
twentieth  of    the   whole,    for   roa.Is.
canals, and  so  forth;  bul  ihat   righl
does not apply to garden land.
In any case, of course, the government would lie supposed to proceed in
[a   proper   and   civilized  manner;   but
where il is proposed to interfere with
garden land, or the convenient use of
buildings, the law  lays down  a  well-
defined course of procedure.   Compen-
I sation  must be tendered, and  if it is
refused, notice of arbitration must be
��� given.
In this case it was proposed to go
right through the garden: but no notice was given; no compensation was
offered. On the contrary, the government, hy its servants and workmen,
invaded Mr. Morrison's private property as if they had been going into an
! enemy's country.
Even when the.'.' did go there, we
are told that ordinary civility was
conspicuous by its absence.
Now, there is nothing to show' that
. there was any hurry about the construction of this road: rather other-
i wise, in fact: nor has Mr. McBride
ever been ln a hurry about attending
to iiiitilic works in his constituency, so
far as we are aware, except, indeed,
at   ejection time.
A glance at the law will show that
the government was simply a trespasser on Mr. Morrison's land.
He treated it as a trespasser. When
material was broughl there (bj
stealth, we understand) ami an atti mi t made to build the easi end of
:1m   bl I Igl   on his  Ian 1,  Mr.  Morrison
proi led to chop down iim unlawful
obstructions which he found upon,bis
roperty, For so doing the governmenl has prosei ire i him under th ���
criminal ��� o Ie for Injuring a I rids ������
Li :!'������ flrsl j lai e. the evlden ������
shows ihai there was no bridge there
���on:., part of one; and the code evidently refers to bridges which are
completed and in use.
In the second place, .Mr. Morrison
is a citizen of standing ami Bubstance,
who is responsible i'or bis actions, and
could have ien made to answer in
a Civil suit for damages, if he Were
liable, and there is no excuse, there
fore, for making him defendant in a
criminal action
li is quite evidenl that Mr. Morrison Is suffering persecution because
hi i- politically opposed to ibe government.
The whole proceeding on the part
of the government has been conducted
I:: a most nigh-handed and arbitrary
manner.
.Mr. Morrison will now he compelled
to apply for an injunction to protect
his rights a.s a citizen.
This is the pass to which we have
come under the administration of the
McBride government. From giving
away the property of the province,
that absurd aggregation now goes on
to trample upon the rights of private
individuals.
It is a matter that concerns every
man in the country.    It is Mr. Morrison to-day; it may be you to-morrow.
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PROSPECTORS RETURN
WITH RICH MINERAES
Edmonton Men Lccate Gold and Mici
. Claims in the Yellowhead Pass.
Edmonton, Oct. lo.���The Spittle brothers, Jim and Bill, who have been
prospecting in the Yellow Head pass
country on the British Columbia side,
returned to the city last night after
four months. si*ent ln the hills. The
bring with them some of the riche
samples of gold quartz ever seen In
the city and some mica samples ."..:..
would le difficult to surpass a" .-
where. They left Edmonton in .l"1-'
and going over to Tete Jaun Ca.- bo,
prospected the country below that
l*>int toward Fort George. The qua.:_
samples they brought back with them
show free gold plainly visible to th.
naked eye, and although no assays
have yet heen obtained, there is no
doubt that the rock will run very high.
They state that they located two
claims on a quartz ledge 40 feet wide
They also located LU00 feet of placer
ground on a creek in the same vicinity which they believe to be exceedingly rich. The mica samples, they
state, were taken from a ledge ;>V4 to
1. feet wide, in which there are tiheets
as large as 12 by 11 inches. They
located two claims which they believe
to be of immense value, On the Athabasca, on the Alberta side, they found
anthracite coal of an excellent quality,
of which they also brought samples,
 o���	
Earl Will Shoot Chickens.
Indian Head, Sask., Oct, nt���His
excellency the governor-general and
party will arrive here to-morrow and
v,;.: . ���. a! the ensuing three days
shootinj ���     bli ken  In  the File
a;   3
Horse Thieves Arrested.
Rosthern, Sask., Oct. 10.���Two notorious halfbreed horse thieves, Fran-
colse Laroque and Etuin Lafleur, have
been arrested after a lung chase for
over three years, and am now In jail
in- Prince Allien awaiting trial They
were caught near the Montana lu rl' r,
whero they  were still operating,
Newfoundland People
Are Stirred To Action
st. John's, Nfld., Oct. 10.���Popular
agitation continues against the modus
vivendi giving the Americans privileges denied by the Newfoundland
laws, the press denouncing what it
terms the government's betrayal of
the country's Interests. In a public
letter Archbishop Howley urges the
Immediate calling of meetings
throughoul the colony to protest
p.galnsl the measure, which he declares   Is  neither   a   political   nor   a
"-. question. The | resi nt, he says.
Is a bil tori ial crisis in tic country,
when  even    Newfoundlander, native
i.v resident, regardless  of  creed,  class
or party, should rally to the government's  support.    Archbishop  Howley
j cites the case of 1867, when the British government proposed to grant the
French exclusive fishing rights on a
jcrtion of the N'ew Zealand coast.
'lbe  colony  protested  and  sent dele
. _:.tes to Canada,  wh i joined  In  the
1: rotest.   in the face ol 'his agitation.
' the British government eventually
surrendered, though Queen Victoria
ami the French Emperor, Archbishop
Howley pointed out, had already signed the convent inn.
NO. 13 PROVES FATAL
TO TWO YOUNG MEN
TROOPS GUARD RIVER
WHILE LOGS GO DOWN
W.' A.   Anderson    and    Fred    Perrier
Drowned from Boat Won on
Lottery Ticket.
Halifax, NS��� Oct. 10.���A double accident, occurred yesterday at Point
Tupper, en the Strait of Causo, the
victims being W. A. Anderson, night
operator to,- the I.C.R. a; Point Tupper, and Fred Perrier, a friend, son
Of Car Inspector Perrier. Tlie young
men started to sail across the straiti
when a squall struck their boat, capsizing it, both occupants going to the
bi i- un. ,\ Strang coincidence is that
Anderson won the boat last week in
'.-: lottery,    The number of bis ticket
Strike   Situation   at   Buckingham   Be
comes Acute, and a Ccn-
fllct is Expected.
  ���    ���   \
Buckingham, Que. Oct. lu.���It was
anticipated that there would be trouble if the McLaren Lumber Co. endeavored to bring down logs this afternoon, but there is no suggestion of
ihat now. So long as Ihe town is
under martial law, order will be maintained. This is the situation at present. If the .McLarens attempt to run
their mills, there will he a conflict.
The situation is acute. At 2 p.m. the
McLaren company started to move
ag-- down the river, which was guard
ed by troops on both sides.
,. '      ;'. red.
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LOOKS AFTER NEEDS
OF JAIL PRISONERS
Mrs. 0    e>  G .:s Encourag nig  Report
of  Wcr'-c   Lr.-e-   Aus.   :_ =
cf W. C. T. L.
Mrs. W. A.
.... w c. T  r.       .'     . -..������- ������
most  ���       ..... tbe i ell-
.    . - work which is being -
those  Inca     rated  in 1 ..:....
jail.   For years Mrs. Gllle   fa  - I
a vast :..''���:��� si ::. thi   ma '���     aa : .  ng
efore the "W.C - in    dstence
she ma I ��� a point ��1 \ [siting thi prisoner- an I as fai - ssible ] :.' :.-
then; to a 1 etter life. Each s :n lay-
she Is present with insidi
ply of reading matter c illecte I from
'���-,   ,:. | often she
ind a su
the  prisoners appreciai     re      -.nuch.
.. ������ In a while _
:..   ros
which there ;.-
i.n. ;-  . soners art
a   Sun la;
morn:::: the S my conducts
i sen - - ��� . ��� :
:   .   ���
ot tl       en     Isoni
--:    ������   t.a I
mei       nd tr;    to  assist
ini      paths
rice is con-
lucted       the            -      aisters of thi
spices of tl     Minis
--������;���   ���      Tl ���- it ::. in Cai
lie   pr'e.-   ministers   I ��� spiritua
i    ���':-   if t   se   '- that   len u iin ition.
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VICTORY  FROM  DEFEAT.
. .ro   .Notable   Iii.ian. .-_   Fn   the   War
Record  of  Brest  Britain.
Only on one occasion :.u a Britis!
force offered terms amounting to sr.r
"eiuJi-r before the commi ncement of an
_ction. but this Is what the Black
Prince felt himself oi liged to 'bi by the
overwhelming f..rc-s of the French be-
fore the battle of Poitiers. So certain
did he consider defeat to be that he
ictually offered to give up al! the plun
der be bad taken, disband the greatei
part of hi. force and give an undertaking uot to fight against ;:..��� Fn \
for seven years, and so confident wen
tlie French that they refuse I thi -
terms. The result was one of '.,<��� va ��st
brilliant victories that ad.ru the Brit
L'u arms,
In modern times the victory nf An
buera. in the peninsular war, is anothei
instance of apparent defeat being turn
ed into victory. A::>t th ��� i barg ��� of -.lu
Fren-h hussars and Polish la;, -.rs :.i
Teemed lost. Ammunition was failing
j. dwp gully prevented the use of thi
bayonet, and Beresford was preparing
.'or retreat when the valor of Colone
n.rding-e saved the day. The battle
vfhi,h lasted only four hours, was tin
scene <f terrible carnage, and when II
wi - ��� --or the so far victorious breach
'-��� ire ' ivi :. .-. a :, ��� ���' .-���-.. the bill, ���.
the smjmit of rhi li 1,1.00 unw mn 1 'a
a. :.. .-��� rem I 7,500 :.. in |uer
able I Iritish soldi rs, st ��� I triumphani
- la    ,,ii Specta: ...
FEMININE   HEROISM.
Women    Hare   Often    I '.uirtn    In    !:���-.
frnso   of   Their    NotiTe   ToWM.
During the i ; press! in of ii. - Nei i i
lands by the Spaniards    sis
century i: was no un : ran ,   . ������ --tit f*t
v- .;...���:, to fight In      .  ..   ��� ���    their n
tive town.  When in 1572 I  m Fn
at ti. i head of      .    -     '��� a y
ii   n . :.:. ..:.. ��� .: '    ���  garris i
���'   .    a   the   t   rn   _   re    .��� ���    '������' ..   a
Their  chief  was  a  widow   ���._   j.--:..
. : .:. ... . about f irty-seri . j
-.-.-.  ��bo,   it the bead of ber ..���
z i. -. p tn  ��� .'..-������ i In i....ay of tl
Ions of tbe -   -
;      - tt the  siege  ol
M    -    cht, tttp women were of gn ai
--.-- nee In making mines, earollinf
:..��� selves Into companies under th.
dln tl ���:. of Bi irs, or "mine mis
tresses." as they were called. Theserv
Ice they rendered was Lnestlmabli
At the repulse of tl e .-: inlards fron
the walls of Alkmaar women and ever
chiidreu showed a like courage, assist
lng their husbands and fathers io thi
desperate defense. His; .ry. indeed
gives many examples of such ber ilsm
among which may be mentioned t'.<
brave conduct of the women at the defense of Sarragossa In l>"s. when thej
took the place of their slain husband,
or brothers ��� * the eat.non side.���Black
wood's M..- 	
NOTICE.
BEGGARS  IN   ITALY.
Their   ..nm,-    Seem*    in   Be   a   Pretty
Hard   One   to   Hear.
It is hard to beat the beggar game in
Italy, a Beet I oted urchin and bis
m.. len fell Into a f ix trot by the .-. .<
of the i arr. .ut.
"Lo :.. :. ��� Je _; ntli man," be I ���_ in
"lo ik. beautiful la '..-. I  Si e the little r i
gazza   the poor gir    :... e ; ty on
See,   .. ible  slguoi
to give her soi et . a.   y mr b art It
too good   you are too gener ius, too i
ble, too bands nne, to n fuse   Ua. > pit;
on ber dreadfnl sta:... for I ol
gray eye and one blai k one!"
We stopped tl; ��� carriage   I- wi - true
Tbe  maiden  b id   In leed  :   11
eyas, in addition I ��� ���������     b she -
in a most a; p illing - ..: it   1 .:  ��������� bei
one copper.   Hereupon  her ns.   rt  - '1
up a bowl at being Ignored,
"But why should you bave anything?'
I aske I.
������Vou ought t i give me I ��� > ���; : rs,'
he replied, with a twinkle, "for I bav
two blacks eyes, and she lias only one.
I was vanquished. I gave bim bli
two cuppers. 1 don't believe iti beg
gars, but I think be earned them. "J
Levantine Log Book," by Jerome Hart
No ���.    given    tha!  the
part:. ..ere-ofore subsisting be
tween us -he' undersigned, as !ogge:s,
the Distri t   >:" New Westminster
under n ime of A'.len & West,
lissolved   y mu
consent.
Persons having any claim against
the sail Hrm are hereby req'iirei ta
present the same with full particulars
to our solicitor, J. P. Hampton Bole.
.. of Commerce Building, New
Westminster, B   C.
New  Westmln ste:-.    B.    C, August
15th, 1C��0S.
GEO. A. ALLEN,
HENRY WEST.
S. G. TIDY,
.    . . FLORIST
PLANTS. CUT FLOWERS. B0Q.UETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A184  or  address  ith Avenue _j_J 10th Street.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTtST-
. _
EMPRESSE
18.000  (EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN |t.,5
H. Power t EMPRESS OF IRELANl   I      T  ��i
Ln, e Q      ���    ' i      "   an 10      13
- - a _    -    i   ed to an 1 fro at
.  -���   :     ������      . ..-...-.:-   a; : ly
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.  AGENT.
nir. il  Mourners,
"It pays to be a mourner in St. IV
tersburg, and there are agencies which
employ great numbers of vagrants and
tramps for the purpose," says a writer
'���These agencies supply suitable clothing and pocket handkerchiefs���everything, In fact, except boots, which tht
tramp must show on his feet, or h*
will not be hired.. When there Is _
more or le*.. important funeral tht
tramps gather at the Nlkolski market
and are selected by an employe of ths
agency. The wage for the occasion
with tips, generally equals about i
shillings."���Loudon Mail.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACH1NK  A.nli i..M_!NE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHINO, BKllXxE and
STRLCTURAL  IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron    v. one,   including
Fences, Gates. Fire Escapes, etc.
Mai! orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE B'CKJeiET.
Xew Westminster. f. u. 474.
Ttieir   Quarrels.
Mrs. Edgerton Bluut-But why did
you leave your last place? Applicant���
I couldn't stand the way the tnistres*
and master usril to quarrel, mum
Mrs. Edeerton Blunt (shocked)���Deal
me! Did they quarrel much, then? Ap
pllcant���Ves. mum; when It wasa"
me an' 'Im tt was me an' 'er.
Ambitious  Newsboys.
The   B -* '-.  \. * -'��� ��� ..   t protective ' ��� ited with the Amer-
can Fed    t I' L   wr, has vote i
to send           f its i rs to I]
var I   diversity in the fall.   The .:  -
ioi   .ome t          ���   -���  "        - '     .-
ship fund, h     r.% to raise $���"
The  fund l ow           nts to   ''.."'
���-.'.                 -                 .-   ���-:'���- '
Pr - ; :-'���'.. -. iry n ������-.
v^r of tho                 : ��� '.    he 1
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
with dining cars aai through tourist
ani   _trst-cias3 sleepers dai'.y.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at  7:25.
Imperial  Limited,  leave,  at  17:20
TIMBER NOTICE;..
N
iftei
���-   ���   '
��� -
...
inds:
:. I    ...: .  ..      -   .
tY. M.'s S .:
:. ������    ��� ������      ���
miles ' ith, run
ning aa ehaii
..   -���.    i"
     10 a res,  mon
���
;.   ati : a .- is  27, 1901
2. Coi i at a   post   ma
\Y. M.'a S >'���    i   rner, . lanti .    n the
the Kil lal i ri rer,
two miles u the mou        mnins
5: 40 chain
.    - ' .��� :.- west,
; '    tains i
.��� :.. .. in ��� ��� ���'   ������ ng 64
: ..  .  -
ited August 27, 1    ���
.    !'        .' a 11       .
VV.  M -  N !���'.   i    rner,  planted
aorth Kildala l  ������
Ave ..:.; ilf miles
fr ci.   the  : .
40 chains sou -
cbalnt tc as ea
of
teres,       "      less.
Locate I  August 26, : ���  i
4. Co:  nclng at  a irkel
VV.  M.'s N '.'.. Corm
:.  rth   an
five .rn la
be  m   :  ..      :.-.,:,% as
Ins   east,    10 chains
.   -   ...... -      ".:.-
-    :. ��� :.   ������      :.' ���':.,:.     I ���
-:   .     ��� less,
Locate I Aug ;-' 27   13
5. t' imn ������:. it a
VV.  M.'s N.E. C irner,  p ant   I   m tbi
- ith 1 ank   if the K.. lal i arm,
m   mile I ��� im I; e m    I
running as  follow -:   ��� 0 i b lins  -
- ' i bains west, 30 ch >::'���- non b to tl e
sh ire line, then ������ I ill iwing -
��� i point of ������ ���:,.:.��� . ' i .     -
'1. i acres, more or less
Lo  ited A igust 27, 1 I "
a. Ci mmeni lng at ��� post ma
W M.'s S '���'���'. i' irner, . inte I ot the
��� -- . ,1s:, if the Dal i river, a ou;
���-:. ' .. ilns ������: -'-.. ��� fron tl i nrtonth,
: mnln: as follows: 40 i Ins east,
;      hains   r. irth,   4'"'  ch ii--  east,   50
lins :: irth to the r:\ tr, thaat ��� f ,���
I ���������y'.:\z river to point of c : n n -���
ment, i ontaining 640 a is -.. it e or
less,
Locate I August 27. 1906.
(Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per Frank Vandall, Agent
LAND REGISTRY ACL
mf
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home-
stead Regulations
... i;;_       D ' In   in Lands with-
I In liritish Colum-
led by any per-
head of a fan
or an    i "    * "'��� ag'-- t0
.  ex ���-��� ��� " ':   '    '   a  of
;��� i acres, m re ot le
Ka-r-   :. ist  a ��� ma le    era mally at
id offlce for the distri - In
which the land I
The homes! ���- ler is required to per-
:' -m the conditions connected there-
with un ler  in i of the I 'lowing plans
(l) At least six months' res: iei.ee
upon and cultivation of the '..r. 1 in
each year : >r three years.
(_) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased   of the homestea ler
resides  upon  i  farm   in  the  v : nitj
of the  hni  entered  for  the  ri ,    i
ments as to residence may be sat -
- : ':. p rs >n re-iding with the  11
ther  or  rr. it   !l
(jz If the settler has hi; pert
residei n fanning ]
'  ' his
.tea i. the requir ts      I    i
I  by  i
id land
Six months'no! ting
I . _     ....    .-     i    ���  ��� ner    I
n  il     ���    ������      f intent
���   ipply l    ' ;-:-t-
\v v.* C
De-'--    Mil   ter of thi
N. 'n.~'*:. ."" lorlzed  pu
this adve tlsement i ��� ���
for.
NOT CE
'���  tl
lal
' ���
���
u Is
Pitt lake, Ne.
1. Con
���    ' . ..
ace north 1 .
��� ��� ��� bains ���
sai l I ���.:. |
.- ii 1 line 60      il
��:.
2. Commen ,
10 chains aorl .
east   '_"
chains, thence  ���'������
south   40   chains
chains to
thence south   ;
commen ������
FRASER   .
9t .     I   Sl
Westminster
Transfer (J
Otf.e���T-3-   ;.-.,
Colurr;  3   s.
Baggage delivere
part of the i .
thW
BURNABY  CORPORATION Light and Heavy IJ
ffi :o 'Ph '.-','��� -    .
Sale of Lands by Public Auction      J
i_a
Special Excursion to Eastern
Cities, Oct. 12 and 13
AT REDUCED RATES
Good to Return to Nov. 30th
tot to i
-; ��� : is
ept the   :.
of the  ��� ,. : mt until  .'
Iar rer.   The ' v...... ary of the far
will I.-   -o'.e '���-��� ���_   i'   - )mpetitive et
ED. GOULET,
C   P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   G��, eral    Passenger   Accent,
Vancouver.
Re lot 9, su   livision    I    its 20, 21
nd 22, suburbat 8, Nev   We -
::  ..-'er city.
Whereas   iroof
ite   ���" title n imi et  2S loa,  Iss ue I In
the   : :���..���    it   Nei -  Nei - :..   has   ' e in
le ; In this office,
Notice is here      -. t I shall
a   the ��� .     itioi     t on.
th    ,; ite    : ihe first pu licatiot
.'.   Iss ie   i   Iu] Hi ate    i
:.  '- -   ...   the n antii
:.   i   :     .- ���    -     In wi iting
C.    S.    K'.a   '    ;
! i -"    ���  R Tl '��� ���
Lan I   Res   I       Offici     New *V
: Inster, B.C   Sept   .-. 1    ���
.:.       the Co
...    ���- .aii
. .     ��� 20, at 2 o'i
��� '
ies t -,-.,:��� sail
Th mprise                         ns in
District 1/      10,  12
���     lex l D              Lot  I       .:.:"'
. -.-    :   Dis       t Lot 91
i    . .           ��� ���          ; a . |s   at
ers'      -      Lis I < ins i
sale ma       i obtained from
B   r,   WALKER,
M. C. and Colle    i     Box    I   New
. -  ���
Mnn   .       Hall, Oct. 1, 1906
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south I R ���-
lai ' .'.' Ison and intermediate points
conn- ��� : j ���.-. Spokane w th the Gr it
N irthern, Northern Pacific ind O. R.
& N   Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Ciri-
adian   Pacific   Rai.way   for   Boundary
ints.
ts  at    Meyer-    Falls     with
-' ���.       lily for Re;> :'
But":--   service   on   trains   between
5pokat      ind Kel - on.
Effective    Sunday,    N ivember    io,
1901.
Leave Day Train \rrive
20  i.m Spokane  ... 713 p.m
u.25 p.m   ...  Rossland  ... jj.ro p rn
3 to a rn       .    N tls m      -   .6.45 ' -
H. A. JACKS  IN
Great Northern Rj
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE ���������
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally NEW
'.��� ive   Wl S rMINSTl '      '
��� :''   tn'Blairu
i
��� n     M
��� a,
Seattte
Por
4    5 pm'Sp. S'
Pni.'.
j olnts  "
9.2C'am Ana< ortes,
Woolle:
[Rocki
.: ne pm Vani 0 .
9:55 i>n_
....
Lt.    New
. .. hon
6   -..   m.,   M :
Fr: l*y
8:45   ���    u
a. :..   ...
Route ' ' '
"ORIENTAL     - " I
*.���Daily Ove' md ***-���
Spokane, St   P
Winnipeg,  D
Louis and al
F >i      .   ������
rates
call on or
F. C. MKY ..-    ���������-���
Bank of I
New v
S. O. V   R
Corner  S nd
lumbia .-:' . S>
PAYS
WHEN THE RIGHT MEDIUMS ARE USED
In New Westminster
tvmva*
YY/HEX a woman goes sin ppi]
she always looks at the latj
paper for Bargains, no matti rv'
she has seen bef re. THE DAI!
XEWS reaches h *r in the morn(
and from those i olumns she rnalj
up her mind.
"The Early Bird Catcro
The Worm.??
The Daily News is thc Profitable Medium
It Is the Only Morning Paper
Business men get in line jl
display your goods. IT Will P
YOU AXD PAY YOU \YKU- In
a>__s
��l��f
"SI ,y, oCT. 11. -^e-
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING
FLOUR
���THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
m
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent, 143 Hastings Street, West, Vancouvei
LTD.
FOR
Ice   Cream  Sodas,
Sweets, Fruits, Etc
GO   TO
R. C. PURDY
lS>ia Street
Next to Tram Office
*!*. 1 V.
fl Souvenirs of the City;
Fancy Goods;
Fine Stationery Etc.
|j, j. mackay y Co.
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN line.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 dally.
L.ave New Westminster 17.iiu dally.
Arrive N\w  Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster lit.10 daily.
C. P. It. MISSION BRANCH.
i.v. N. VS. 7.2a, Ar. S.attle ir,.r,0.
Lv. Seattle,  12.30;   Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION,
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9._5,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   0.15,   10.30,  19.10,   20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE STL*CI \L.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. :.. vv. ..35 p.m.; ar. Seattle lo p.m
p.m.
V.. W,  k V.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. w. . ji. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.  W.  9:35  a.m.;   ar.  Guichon
2,20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.;  ar. N. W.
S:45 ,p m. and C p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMII
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at
in
on Wednesday and Mondays,
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily except Rat-
urd iy and Sunday at i:
ur I  j   at  2:110 p.  in.
30
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11  p. m. cu lit,
| 7th, 19th and 20th of each month im
Ashousit ami way points; leaves Victoria on 'lie 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
; way   points.  Leaves   Victoria   tu  20th
'nf each month for Cape Scott and way
lints including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westminster  rn  Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
an I Friday at _ p rn, and Saturday
at 2 p, m. with additional trip on Mon-
lay a- 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday at   ,.        , .....   ,   .
i a. in.; Friday at C a. m. addltlona
trip Saturday 5 p. n_.
Booksellers and Stationers
FIRST CONSIGNMENT
IN
m   NEW WESTMINSTER
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and S a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m. UPPER FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
Lv.  Vancouver  for  * '.estniinstar at S. S. Beaver
same hours. Leaves  New  Westminster,  S  a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Fraser River and Gulf Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
UPRIVER. , Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at j ��ljera house on Monday, the 15th inst.
Beaver��� landings   between   New   Westminster Little can  be added  to what   lias al-
From N W. Mo���. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.   aid Chilliwack. I ready   ,,.,,, sa|d  ,������  tWs  ���,.,..���   worU,
Irom  Chwk.   in.,   Tb.,  Sat.,  7  a..n_. , . '
II i   i.H'T,a. :-������   have   I,een  lllils, rate I   In
Expectation, anticipation, and then
what? A beautifully staged, impre_
sively Interpreted and bandsomely
costumed mystic festival drama, writ-
tyle and presi nt-
ed by a select company ol fifty players
with reverence, care and discrimination��� such is the realization that will
follow the disclosure of the famous
Balreuth festival play which comes
for an engagement of one night al the
OF
..-M>i
T. Dick's Old Country Boots
Every pair guaranteed damp-proof.
No rubbers required.
Old Country Boot Store
���S i Cotajmtjia Street
New Westminster.
tliern Pacific!
Three
|i.ns<ontinentaJ
Trains Daily
!' ���.'��� ��� 1 ":i the Famous
ITH COAST LIMITED"
ed train.    Low Kates.
Excellent Service.
i ork, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ID ALL POINTS CAST
'ii Tickets on sale to all Kuro-
i is.
Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
B   to   Southern   California.
ifi rmtion call on or write
p. LANG, General Agent,
stings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. 1). CHARLTON,
Ore, a. G.    A
TAKE
ie White Pass
Yukon Route
RAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN
HORSEi   i)A\vS0N   and
1 KS,    Daily   trains   (except
carrying   passengers,    mail,
:i*"l    freight    connect    with
['. Carcross  nml  White  Horse,
'J18 :i through  winter service
"nation apply to
ROGERS, Traffic   Managet
Vancouver.  R. C.
WHEN GOING EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Ve_r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Till-. TRAIN nl- FAME
Till-: NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ide:;-
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas) the must
brilliantly illuminated train in thf
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
t6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (scats free),
modern day coaches ar.d buffet, library and smoking cars.
- For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bough! oul the Blacksmith-
lug business of U. il. Benson, I will
in pleased to see ;���!! liis old customers, as well as new ones. Horse_hoe-
ing a specialty.
H.  M.  KNUT30N,
Eiehth   Street.
itamona���
From N. VV. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 H.in.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER,
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat &n4 San.
.' p.m.;  Saturday, _ p.m.
Add. tii)), Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. ��� a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. acd Sat- 4 sum.
Mail Service
Close.     Received
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pin.       b.20 p.m.
Bap'n <fc Millside..Hi.oii p.m. 10.30 a.m.:
I Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m, j
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45a.m. S.30p.m,
V'tin. & Cent, Park...10.30 a.m.   _ p.m.
victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m.
East Burnaby  1,15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc  1.30 p.m. lo.noa.m.
East, via C. 1'. R.. ,4.46 pra.
Lust, via C. P. IL. 10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Co<i'ni..4.45 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m.
Timbi.rla.nd, Tues.,
Friday   111.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brlti.h  Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
iSubject to change witnout    notice.)
ALASKA   ROUTF..
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess May leaves Van"��uver
Sept. 23rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct. 4th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver,
Oct  12th.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
��� i
Princess Victoria.
Leaves   Vancouver daily at  1   p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at  2  p. m.,
every conceivable form.   So much has
been   printed   concerning the   sacred-
2nd | ness  of its theme   that  m   the  public
and   10th   of  each   month,   pulling  at mind   ii   bas assumed   the  form of a
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola holy  spectacle.    To  briefly  Mim the
on second  trip. Time on arrival and matter up is this:
departure  are  approximate. j    if  you   admire effective   Btage   pic-
For   reservations   and   Information j tures, see Parsifal
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ED. GOULET,
Acent, New Westminster.
E. .1.  COYLE,
Aytst. Gen. Pas.. Agent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria
'.en. Agent, Freight Dept..
New  Westminster
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Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
an  Irritating
is spirit-
uplifting,
it   you   would   satisfy
Curiosity, see   Parsifal.
11 you adore a drama thai
ually thrilling and morally
nee Parsifal.
Wagner's mighty festival play, in
which text, stupendous scenic cmbei-
lisbmi nl and ���: note,I company nt 50
artists ure united in a vasl and mys-
tiivii symbolization of oui of the
, leg. nds of the Holy Grail, it will be
given iti English at the opera house.
RepotI. 'Mun other cities give prom-
i ���    i i   a   dignifli d.   Impressive  and
work. The cast ; rovided has won re-
Bpectful consideration in the east.
.lohn Lane Connor will lie seen a.s Parsifal, Mr. Dvorak as Klingsor, L. S.
McKee as Anfortas, and Miss Virginia
Keating as Kundry.
In   the  effort   to  ri produce  the  reverential atmosphere   of  the   original
surroundings and in other detail.., the
tradition of Balreuth is preserved, except  in  the commencing time, ���whicli
has been slightly (-banned.   Former!
the commencing time was 5.30, and
two-hour   intermission   was   given   I
dinner.    This  long   intermission
been done away with, which pen
of commencing tie- Hist  act  al  7   ',
the performance concluding at  li.
The   public   is   most    earnestly
quested to subscribe to  lbe  rule ,
everybody should be seated before I    i
bouse  is  darkened  and  the first   a
begins.    It  will  be impossible to neai
anyone a! this juncture.   Ample warning   will   l.e   given   before   the   rise of
the  curtain on  each act   by  a  squad
of trumpeters, who will sound a Parsifal motif in lb" lobby of the theni'���
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snowstorm tit the Kentucky trotting
horse breeders course, Nut Hoy, the
champion aged trotter of tin. year,
won Uie famous Walnut Hill Farm
Clip today. Nut Boy had uo trouble
in v. Inning this ��� .in: in straight
heats,   :le to. . ��� ia '.'a i iu each bra'
sj .'   i iid  visualization of this   famous  and retained It, winning as he pleased.
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Youthful  Senator Pettus and  His Venerable Friend.
The oldest youngster in thc senate
of the United" States is Pettus of
Alabama. The southerner says that
a man who docs nol grow old as
rapidly as his friends is .ir a certain
disadvantage In their presence. Tho
senator is moved t" this reflection
by an incident occurring al the re-
con! ceremonies attending the laying of the cornerstone of the new
senate office building.
A venerable old fellow, much
lienl   and  broken,  approached  the
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THURSDAY.   OCT.   11.   !90o.
"FLIM-FLAM."
"Nn | olll u- in this," i - : in- cr. ..;
out Tory friends when thej discuss
t he   question   of    better    terms;   and
then .I;. .���' pn tl in Instill and abuse
Un   Liberal   government   at   Ottawa.
'I'be iaiesl is a wholl. gratuitous as-
Sl i'i mn thai Sir Wilfr:,1 Laut iir lutein!.-- ;n '���flim-flam" the provinces,
'l'lie Tory press can hardly expect that
people will accepl i's -'no politics"
declaralions in the face of such tactics.
There should no:   be anv   politics in
tin  matter.   When ii comes to a ques- j
tlon of 'he righl relationship between
Province  and   Dominion,  every   man
should   be  a.n advocate of  lbe  ri._.his
of llis Province. Thai the premier. "why, don't tod eni
now at Ottawa, will ask for al! the
Province is entitled to. as far as lie
understands what that is, we do not
doubt: but we confess that the eon-
duet of -he organs has engendered in
our minds a suspicion that he may
not, for all ihai. be faithful to provin-
c
DRIVEN  DESPERATE.
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone Vd-.
J. R. Gnic
GILLEY
��������� ���Hn,n,.J '
i Dealers tn
j    Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
| Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
J Crushed Rock.
j Also agents B. <'. pottery fo. sewer pij,e    ���
l.ocai agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. De|
'Phone 1-8
WHERE TO BREAKFAST, LUNCH   DINE,
AND   SUPPER    AFTER   THE    THEATRE
She:    "If   I   shjuld refuse   you,   Mr.  Aider,..   wou!d   yj_   go   oil and  di   .om.
foolish thing?"
Ho:   "Yes;  I'd marry some other girl, no doubt."
K
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Resta
urant
)W MI', PETTUS .'
jLlabamian. whom lie took by the
hand, affectionately inquiring as to
his health.
"I am in excellent health," briskly responded Mr. Pettus, not recognizing the old gentleman.
"Why, don't vou know mo, l'ct-
���ial interests. The way in which the t���. ;.-��� ,,,������, jn surprised tone from
matter has been treated by the papers the ���,!���,,. who pve such clear evi.
presumed to be in the confidence of dence ,,,- lh��� ftight of years. "We
the government, is anything but re- WPro classmates."
assuring, and the course of the nego- Whereupon Mr. Pettus remem-
tuitions should therefore be closely | berC(!i an,| they juul a frjenaiy chat.
watched. The telegrams so far re- When the old chap departed Mr,
celved from special correspondents pettus turned to a colleague, ob-
have a very evident party complexion,   serving:
and it will be well, therefore, to allow        ��] \E'\v that gentleman was just
the proper discount   for that  and  to   my age, but, (iod bless me, I didn't
wait   umil   fuller reports  from   more   dream that I was his!"���American
trustworthy   sources  give  a  clearer   ; Spectator.
Idea  if  the   matter.    More   tha.n   this
v.' do not care to say at present. Poor Children of the  Rich.
, 0 . Senator Spooner ol' Wisconsin is
a shrewd observer and recent.lv as-
Ttie Most Up-to-Date Cafe
in   New   Westminster.
LOST���i, -       ������ u    - ��� ��� '.   : '���    roocn,
;   ��� ��� ,        a on Quei
i   Ir!   an i   !���'
MONDAY, OCTOBEB 111
WESTMINSTER ffi
Mrs. Justwed:   "The other day you declared  I talked almost continuously."
Mr. Justwed:   "Yes, so I did."
Mrs.  Justwed:    "And  last  night you   told   the friend   you   brought   home   to
dinner that I seldom said anything.    Now, which statement is correct?"
Mr. Juitwed:   "Both."
Conservative organ3 in the Province are copying with approval the utterance of their Easter co-laborers to
sorted   that   over   and   over   again
some new incident is thrown upon
thc screen to prove thai wealth and
the effect that there is no tariff ques- happinesg .���,. not accordtint.
tion or issue in the Dominion, excepi Tho sonator uM 0f ��� couple wno
that the tariff, as il is, is not framed wm, sr,iecting [urnishings for their
in the interest of Canada and of Can- magriificcni new mansion. Among
ada alone, it may be remarked in othe,. things, these people decided
passing thai these "Canada and Can- upon a beautiful rug, for which they
ada  alone"   people  are  the very  ones    ^&[A v'..,:>imi.
who are so quick to sneer al "Little, "This rug will be for the music
Englanders," bul thai is another room," declared thc lady incisively,
story, The point now is the argument "and the children niii.it never, no,
that the Canadian tariff, said to in- never, dare to run or play upon it."
elude protection, does not apply that The loan nodded a limpid approvni
protection in the interesl of Canada.! In another portion of the slot*
Well, ih." proof of the pudding is in a man ami wife were looking a!
the eating thereof, is Canada more carpets, and they finally purchase,
or less | rosperous und":' the  Liberal   a twenty dollar rug for the parlor
of t!
home.    As  they lefl   the
:, riff than  it   was under the Conservative?   Thai Is the only possible test,   man exclaimed enthusiastically:
,,'��� eours '. "Xow won't our hoy- have a jolly
 n ���                ��� time in th !r new par! ir?"
"Won'l 11 ' v. tho ��� di ." respondi rl
An   upcounl i���-.   papei      its  forward    _i ', ���    , ��� ���       ,
the woman n. Lhe tear  ol j iy struggled    to    lind    lodgment    in    her
beaming eves.���Philadelphia Korth
heaven   and  earth."    We    would   no!     \nieri   in '
dream of disputing the assertion, and
may remark thai  we are not envious.
We have Lord Grey's opinion that the
for the disi rlcl ll represi nl h the claim
thai it is the "finest country ' etween
Fraser valley is one of the mosl favor-   lhe   Celtic   to   X;
Saul's Excuse.
When Picrponl Morgan Bailed on
LOST In  i       ' grounds
��� ' ���   a indu vol en ���   luild
ing   id i    .old  ivatch   14 i u
Lond in   tu ivei    nt,   In I G.R."
itograpli .    io     In    le   ca
I'.n I .��� pleas ��� o nmun cate witl
Mrs. R iblnson, Harrison li"'
S]   Ings,   ir to the I lally N'i w    ifflce. ;
LOST    Black    spaniel,   ihree   moi I
��� a i.    ..:  i    .mall    white        il      n
an- ivers   ��� i   the   nam ���   ��� !
"Joker."   It"������ ���   1 ���' returne I to cor-
:: ���    Twelfth    and    Eighth    Btreel
<; ��� irge A 1 itns.
Sprott - Shaw
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
Ha -Tt,.:-  SI    Vi est,  Vancouver.
Bool    leplng,    Gi   ;g    an I    Pitman
Shorth md, Te egraphj   and  Engineei
lng.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five  Typewriters
STUDENTS ALWAYS IN DEMAND.
R. J. SPROTT, B. A.
Principal
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a  Specialty.
Tel,  113. Office,  Eighth   Street,
NEV/   WES"rMINSTER,   B.   C
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living, we are content
made   at    P
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GIVE YOUR CHILDREN
NEMO
AND WATCH THEM GROW.
CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
���AT���
GAMONS
Columbia Street.
ia    I'"!:ada,    in    th
Azure-,   ami    thcnet
came to call upon the magnate.
The   talk   during   the   reception
.turned  to music, and n lady asked
Mr.  Morgan  if he had ever heard
lhe Gregorian  music thai  is sun.'
in the Sistino i hapel at Rome.
"I have," sakl Mr. Morgan.
���'And how did vou like it?" the
lady asked. "Those chants, you
know, are said to be sung to the
tunes which were used in David's
time."
Mr, Morgan smiled.
"I could nevr understand till
now," he said, "why Saul threw his
javelin at David."
Looks Good.
The now balloonist, though a boy
Of mod.sty and worth,
Wants but on.' thing to crown his joy:
He wanlB, you bet, the earth.
Harmonious.
"He draws liis inspiration from the
sea."
"I didn't know- Chnt lie wa.s writtii*
��� uniiMiiiiiiiu lecture '
Fecke-.    "They sa,/  young   Swi'tly spends all   he makes."
W.ea.G.       Its  uin   ..oi.e   tnan  :r.-i..     .    am   told  he   spends  a   good   part   nf
v.hat nis father makes."
GENUINE SYMPATHY.
.11
W ^*EEk%>E
f*4&
First  Tramp:    "Says   in  this   'ere   paper   as   'ow  some   of   them   millionaires
vorks eight and ten hours a day, Bill."
The Philosopher:   "Ah, it's a 'aid world for jomc poor blokes!"
PENITENTIARY SUPPLIES
FLOUR.
SEALED TENDERS addressed  "In-
;t -,i Penitentiaries,   Ottawa,"
.md endorsed "Tenders    for    Flour," I
will  be  received   until   Monday,  22n 1
October, inclusive, from parties desirous of contracting  for  the supply of
Hour  for  twelve month,  ending  31st
i Ictober, 1907, for the undermenl lon i i
penitentiaries, namely:
Kingston Penitentiary.
St. Vim eni de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba Penitentiary,
Hii'ish Columbia Penitentiary,
Alberu Penitentiary, Edmonton, Alberta.
Forms of lender and Information a3
In form of contract will be furnished
on application to the Wardens of the
Penitentiaries,
DOUGLAS STEWART,
GEO. \V  DAWSON*.
Inspectors of Penitentiaries,
He; artment o�� Justice,
Ottawa, October Sth, 1906,
MESSRS, MARTIN 8 il
REVERENT-ARTISTIC
SUMPTUOUS PRESET
RICHARD WAGNER'S
FESTIVAL PHI
Parsifj
��� IN   ENGLISH
ADOPTED BY WM. LYNCH KI
THE MOST
NOTED PRODUCTS
OF THE Ci:\TUR
Played   by   a   Select   Compai
50���ARTISTS���M
SPECIAL NOTICE.
For   the  convenli i
pal: 'ms, the tormet      i   ,:
ing the evening pei
and   giving   a   two-b
mission   has   been      loi
During this  engagi i
will rise at 7.15 shar]     ' ���::������'���
be ordered   al   11   p.n      AuditMl
be  in their seats  at r se of Mf
tsin, as no one v.ill  be sc.it::'
the  action  of the  olsy.
PRICES-50c to $2.0
Tickets   ot bi" I
ally   Eorwai U
a ..   oi der an ���
ope,
S 'al s on sale al  ft
NOTICE.
Ha. lng told in.
iir   business,   >v :
a .,.. i |ca]   busiui ���     '
ind   :
, -,'���;; ��� hlng  in  thai
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House   wiring   >
in led   : '.   and   i  l
hlng will be I    i
:i-.-   other   busines.-i
ind on th<> coast.
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Grand Trunk
Excellent Train Service Bet^
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, ToU
Montreal, Quebec,
! Portland, BosJ
And all the principal !':l'���'.''1
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PHILADELPHIA, ' ���'   '"   .
I'or Time Tables, '������ '
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Assistant Gen'] I'^E'EE
Agent, IMa Adams M"ln*
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THE DAIL>   NEWS
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|HE CASH STORE Local News Briefly Told
S. G.   I . , ���..]'. j, ,,
DRESSMAKING  DEPARTMENT  NOW  OPEN
ORDERS EARLY.
BOOK   YOUR
Mrs.
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Citj een pulled
was   reall)   a
ace .'��� ttic    intil recent Ij was
��� '    iple :   ���       nu il er of oi l( ntal ernes   of   'ie-   mill.    The:������ acre
e same neighborhood the
... a     an  1 boat, Petrel,     ":  wai of which   ivould add much to
er      ving   '���"  approach  to  the Royal  city   and
aud round   Stive   . Isito . ei  oplnl in  of  the
place.
Harrison, o   Lhis   ll  , lefl yes
"   . al.
���        ���
The  congregation   ol    the   Central Fivi     lo       have    been    purchased
Presi.;    rial    . ,    ixten I iugh  the agency  ol  K. .1. Hart &
call to Rev,   T, Ft.   Pea o      of Co,  tor the establishmenl  of Uie pro-
Vernon, to succ-e.d Rev. J. G. Reid as i    l woi     ol   he Dominion Pipe C i.
Important p.n     li    he b ardrobi
d   women,    Thej   are warm  and health;     and  when  chosei
ighl materl lis, make pretl     is well i ..   al le  ,\ ilsi -.
a.i
PER
er yen- men with I rlghl   Ideas ring oul   new    le -   u
���.',  col ii Ings.    This year i nibroi len I good.   still hold
ill;   In    mall   lols and en     ml     I ipula
lustre; an i  flannel -.
',,.  have  - it ���  ���        atl aci Ive goods in thesi   lines.
ORIENT" CLOTH, a mix' f        ind ieclall
��� nished, In green and pale blue with hair strlpi -... 75c per yard
ii  of the church.
1 ���'���'��� er Max vho has
lng   special d it;   on  the polii e  . iree
foi  some time    ��� - retain ��� I
aa   not! -    iceordlng I ������   i   ler
made yesterda          thi   poll ���   lutnls-
.loner., (     .^
A Iar e nei     cow hou ��� use
he     ivernment eni:-' u .   -,,n_..
.'���:-.-            e river I iill
...   thi   governn enl The
.   v house I         u-ge affal iaa
es about i        I
Steps ar         ns take ire I he
t sen ������   :..   '       ��� Itj   of I ,.   S,   It.
Crockei                    nown a , for a
tun l'lie lee-
rer ma;                uu Ices
if the S .-
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mei -     a        Mai le,  the
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our eadeavo.-
ls to give these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these ia marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $'1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy-
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 ls one
of the best   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50  each u;>.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
The   lots  are  located  at a  point   be-
.\ een Elevenl h  an i Jemmett sl reets
'i.. i arnarvom street, and it is expeel
e ! ��� hai : he factorj will be In running
a. dei  :,.   : he   leglnning of 1907.   The
pi .iu" ers ���'   the i ompany are said to
ha ,e ha i   igent - on the road tor some
time, �� ho have already secured or leas
len   '       "o ;hf factory busj toi
v. ii yeai -
 o	
Cnasing  a   Murderer.
Cons! i ile  Wilkie, of tlie pi i. Incial
police   ifflci at t he   pre ent   I Ime
some \ h n e   In   the   vicinity of   Bear
.    ' he     ii   wenl   _ ioui   I he  be-
n er :n company with
i      o,   of Vancouver,   In
. o   Sim in G in-ah-noot, the  In-  ���*
llan wh i Is -.. inted for the murder of  ;���;
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'.'   cai   ���      Mcintosh    and    Max    Le
i laire,    ��������� i     ill br Is, near Hazleton,
A Full Line of
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WOOLALONE" and all wool   Fren   ,
sky and other .shales, plain   md tan y.
iin.
WOOL   CHALLIES   AND   LUSTRES
ere. ents, in white and colors	
. , 50c  per yard
a, iroldered    lots an 1
,65c and  50c per yard
8vi   month        I i .   William   on June 19 '..���.<���.   The two dead bodies
 :,.   "   Sap   irt on,    .  io   died   on   were  found   al  a   poinl   nol   far  trom
Tuesda.   uornlng. wl ice   his   Two Mile crei   . and the various links
��� ���   no - Odd "-ii'-   ie' evidence surrounding the murders
���  :       D.  Murchii cha -     ii the   connected    themselves    with    Simon.
funeral arrangements, ,vho   Lmmediatelj    disappeared    from
��� h ' district, ind In spite of strenuous efforts on the pari of the police,
!,,��� has not, so far as Is known at pres-
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SPECIAL
Littl Charlie i .lib . ������ m of W, A.
Gilley, had his shouldei sevei el; scald-
��� ���, ... few daj - ago th mg rui ning
::-��� a poi ol loiliiig water, which
hi upset, The litl le fellow's shoulder
-��� 111 - ai- vhal -':.:: -a and
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Flannels, Delaines, Embroidered Albatross, el . in lengths of 3* to
15 yards.    Worth 50c, 60c and 65c yard.    All one priee.    35c per yard
ent, been located. Information was
receive,1 that the alleged murderer
might In all probability be found at
Bear lake, and thither the constables
wended their way. Had tbey heen
:....:.,  .,..::   Landr .  a   . isldeni   of   successful, tbe authorities are of the
Sapperton, was taken in charge by the   opinion   thai   the   news   would
, : ;. police yesterda;   afternoon, as his   reached them before t
actions recentlj   had, been such as to
, ist  grave doubts on iii- sanity.   He
will le a.i- Ilea'.!..- examined and placed
in   the   provincial   asylum  if   thought
:    'essary.
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Arthur Morris, a man who bai tarried too long a: : he str ng irlnk :' un-
tain last Tuesday evening, and who
had been arrested bj Detective Bradshaw and Officer Bourke. was fined
$2.50   and   cos's   in   the   police court
isterday morning. The tine was paid
an 1 Morris wen: on his way rejoicing,
Thomas Mercer, a well-known horse
reeder of Markdale, Out., was :n the
citj yesterday for a few hours. Mr,
Mercer will be leaving for the east
shortly, as he is expecting a shipment
of   English   horses   to   arrive   at   his
nch, and wishes to be on han I to
receive them.
JAMES  McKAY,  Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for prices.
New Westminster, B. C.
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The Mail Order House of B. C.
Byjheir works shaIIye
^ know them"
eir performances alone are
them judged. Simplicity of
ibined witn a skill in manu-
the inheritance of genera-
Pile   driving   operations  were   suspended : esterda;   on Lhe V   W. & Y.
spur to Mi!l--:le on arc mnt of the inability  of the foreman to get men to   the  above property will be  issued  to
work.   The same old cry come,- from   the Brunette Sawmill Company
all  along   the   water   front,   "Do you   ited Liability
know where we could gel some men
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LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re South  Part  of Lot 3, Block
Westminster Suburbs.
Penman's Natural, $1.25 the garment, all
sizes.
Stanfield's Elastic Ribbed, medium weight,
$1.25 the garment.
Stanfield's,   as  above,   only in a heavier
weight, $1.75 and $2.00 the garment.
Stanfield's heavy weight, $1.25 and $1.50
the garment.
We are sole agents for Dr. Deimel's Linen
Mesh Underwear.
Wages  i.e good, bul laborers are few.
n   valid objection thereto  be  made to   $
me in writing by a person or persons
The Flyer arrived In port yesterday claiming an estate or interest therein,
with two scows loaded with  150 tit:.- a.- it. any part thereof,
of coal.   One ol the sc iws was left off C, S. KEITH,
beside the  King  Edward, the govern- District Registrar of Titles.
., ;.-   iredge, which will take 200 tons       Land   Registry   Office, New West-
,,;  the  black   diamonds    The dredge minster, B.C., Oct. 10, 1906,
laid been stopped for wan:  if coal, and '
will starl to work again to-dai
PHILLIPS
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consequently comfortable watches to carry.
Their efficiency is assured by a guarantee which enables
the owner to have any constructional defect remedied free of
charge by the nearest agent in any part of the world. They
are not made in grades which cannot be fully guaranteed.
W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, The Jeweler, Brine Block.
The Rithel came into port . ster-
.; .;, with 2, 'ii i - icl '��:' '!' i Id Inlel cenienl I . te Ko itenays. On leaving
the vessel i in-led three carl ia Is
of cattle and about a inn.,ired pigs for
Victoria. The merry-go-roun 1 which
did such a roaring business al the
grounds during exhibition week, was
also on board, and will be lal 1 up at
Victoria :"or the Beason.
THEY All COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
THE WHITE HOUSE
DO NOT LEAVE YOUR XMAS  FANCY
WORK TOO LATE.   WE HAVE A COM
PLETE STOCK OF
becomes a regul;
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Use
Everything is
Clean
Everything is
Well Cool
cod
Everything is
Promptly
Servei
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in   The   News
The   trlumj hal   an h   of   ivel< ime
which occupied a position at the foot
i of  Eighth street   during  the progress
of the exhibition, aad through which
Their  Excellencies   Lord    and    Ladj
Grey  passed while en nine to the ex- i
; hibltion grounds, was torn down j ���-
\ ler.lay.    The arch hail  been much admired,   and   spoke    volumes    for   the |
good management  and  patriotism of |
the fire brigade boys.
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p.  h.  Batt,   city poundkeeper, will i
be  relieved ol his position on Oct. 31
; ar the civic officials do not consider | Short Orders Quickly Served
thai a poundkeeper ls necessary during the winter months. This was decided al the meeting of the police
commissioners held yesterday after-
mam.    It la understood thai Mr. Batt
! will le recommended tor the same position next year, as he has given satis-
��� a ition during the time he has been
acting in tbis capacity.
Another  of  the old   shacks which
lve 30 long i een an eyesore along
n the vicinity of the
Tinted Novelties
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,        -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
Good Tea. Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
t Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block, Proprietress.
Columbia St.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
A. J. B1RTCH,
267 Columbia Street
;a tram ime
Ellard "^"c^    N-w Wa��lmln��ter. B.C.
Our Knowledge
Is Not For Sale
We don t charge extra for  it.     Our
contracts show that we are masters���
thorough in every detail or -work,
workmanship ana material.
HARDMAN & BRYSON
SEE  US BEFORE YOU  LET YOUR  WORK. THE   DAILY, NEWS
THURSDAY
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A GREAT FRENCH  CA..Y0N.
I.. ... Ma;   I, wi    '    known  foi
his explorai . ���   . ,> , averns ii
Fran i    i   -......;.  :��� w  nal iraJ
won        * '   '.'���'��� lisi   of  such
thin,   .   ���      ' ���        !"', a \ onder ol
the   "i -i      a cm yon in tin
di rmrtn ent     .' Basses  Alpes.
tl,!"'. h ���       ���   r   ��� ���   \' rd *.
flows : tli.-t: of thirteen miles.
Mr. Marl .-. i two or three friend*
wen- tin llr. t to ex] lore it last August. The; : _ the walls in tin
higln -i pla , - van ine from 980 ti
nearli .'.'.' 0 foot in elevuti a. The
trip iii''.' n tl"-',.'. on occupied thrci
d;;ys and i\ uttitt tied with sut..'.
din,.. :'. '. ��� ��� - in Hoi s with ti
ven- -.. ifl . ir; .: o rer ninny natural obstrti :;- ns, ami the c> plorers
obsi rved li tl il i_ -'< ;!i cutting '���.'.-
cha ncl deeper, li i" >ws i Iir u
ri   ks of tlio j tin: .   Mr, Mat -
tel  sn* s th      t  ���   ��� a:,;    i   far  i \
ii    !-   n j rn   '.     ���
,n  l.ur ipc. not i ng the < eh ���
Li..'   ]
Curie   Plt-T.. :l  tho   Koc'   P.O.. oil.
.1 inc. ('urie lias i -.plained an in
cidi ���.: in the lil ��� . I late hu?
band, lie find lhe di. in tion oJ
refufciitf! the rod i oJ the !.< ���
gion of Honor,    lii.   i cm on was a
Mailer of -  '   iilr.l on.    One insin-
natioti wi
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III    ��� :    ���    '  " ill    e   ,���;���:;���
a grii :       t, lii.. v, i'., wa.
nol dc i ,' 1 , : i him. Anothei
still less pin i. ilile, wit i *ii.it ha di
not   care   . i   aco pt   a   decoration
which   ha 1   never   1 ti   conferred
upon his father. Mme. < lurie writes
quietly to observe thai all this is
pun ly ftintas tic. M. < 'urie had a
Bettled conviction thai personal dc -
orations were open to objections
that ouhi 'ighi d iheir advantage,
and, to lu r gre ! j iy, as sharing his
opinion, he _ tutl up to it in his
own ' ase, lie !., d d ��� -lined academic distit; tion ! : re di ilining the
^Legion of ] I ii   ���:-.
Some Old Men.
"After all, you know," said Mr. Old-
beau, "a man is only as old as he
feels"-
"Ves." said Missi Pepprey, "but some
old men make the mistake of thinking
they are as young as they think they
'eel."-rhlladelphla Press.
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 $jo for anthracite. Not more
th;:n 1,20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���-Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain tntry for a mining location.
A frce miners certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $".50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 ieet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
locution notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least tfioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey-
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
fi co an acr..
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
r< pper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent fc r a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2j/_ 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 are 100 fect square, entry fe*
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
fect 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 tooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first y;ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hiil
claims   shall  not  exceed   250  feet  in
length, measured on the base line v
general   direction   of   the     creek     01 I
gulch,  the  width  being from  iooo fo '
2000   feet.      All   other   placer   claims
shall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legal '���
posts,   one   at  each   end. bearing   notici-.     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 addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The  person  or  company   staking  . j
claim  must  hold  a   free  miner's  cer-
tificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is ;
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall bf
charged the rest of the party ordin-
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate'
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who :
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claim-, excepi
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
marl; on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased, Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles e:ich may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the j
ist day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per milt-
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
ef more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same c.eek, gulch or river, by-
giving  notice and  paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Eerths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars,
on   any   other   line.      They   protect j
their trains by the Block System.
The  boundaries  of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made   and   publishing   notices  in   the'
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Do- j
minion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
west Territories and within the Y'ukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the pros-;
pector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not 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 be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the  In
terior.
Dept. Interior.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITE8IDB & EDMONDS, Barristers am! solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. .1. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
Mil. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, soliei-
"��� tor ot the .supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce build-
in.-, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westruiuster. Money to
loan.
MARTIN, WEART &, McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms L'l to 24, 445 (iran-
ville street. Joseph Martin, K. C, ...
W. Weait, W. O. McQuarrie, H. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wifl! be ln tlu
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HOWAY,  BEID  &  BOWES,  Barristers,   solicitors,   etc.,   42    Lome
street,  opposite   Court    House,   New
Westminster.    A. Whealler, P.O. Box
241.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster,  Li. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
in I Notary Public, In practice since
1S91 at New Westminster, B.C. Of-
: :es removed to funis Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.   T- lephone 64.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, us follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte.ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S p, m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. W'b'1., Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
Is held on the First Wednesday in
eaeh month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. "W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, r'O. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i month in
Masonic Tempie, . t 8 ).. m. Visiting brethren are ordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Notice.
The Agency i . the Connecticut
Fin Insurance Companj of Hartford
has been transferred from Mr, Alexander Bell to Messrs. White & Shiles,
' will attend to all matters ol en-
li : sement, transfer or renewal, and
to whom till outstanding premiums
should be paid, This is one of the
companies which paid its San Francisco losses in full and to the satisfaction of Its policyholders,
JAMES S. REED,
Special Agent.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. Kith  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No.4.9
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    B. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange hall fi.-st and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. S. J. May,
N. G.;   W. C. Coatham, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to at;>en,l.
Lodge room, A. 0. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
3. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. Salted Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
In K. of P. Hall. Columbia St., at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. B. Stinch-
eotub., Pres., H. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
All kinds of Ship repair!
work.
Shij) and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
24 Eighth, st N'ew Westminster, B.C.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordial.v invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. Ci N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SON"*- OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Thirl Tuesdav of every month in
K. of P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Annual
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Com'y
Limited
PRIZE CONTEST
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M.
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT-A11 holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company���Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
COLUMBIA    STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
���.  , ;3AY. CCT. 11, 1906.
TH      DAILY NEWS
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Our operators are all expert and graduate
specialists of many years'experience, and their work
cannot be equalled. Our patented painless methods
are the most modern known to Dentistry and are
confined to us exclusively.
Our Prices Never Change
Read Them, Then Plan to Profit
Gold Crowns, - $5.00
Gold Fillings - $1.00
Bridge Work ft 5.00
Platina finds - 1,00
Set of Teeth - 5.00
Silver    " ��� ��� 50c
All our work guaranteed for 10 years, with a
protective guarantee. Consultation and examination free of charge.
The Boston
Dentists, Ltd.
407 Hastings Street West, Vancouver, 6. C.
Hour., 9 a. m. to 8 p. m.
Phone 2229
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dialers in All Kinds af
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
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TWO BEARS PERFORM
SOME FUNNY STUNTS
Aniele  Giroux   Puts  His T.air._.   Pets
Through Treir Paces on
the  Street.
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
���    Telephoned. New We, tminster     {
The Royal Bank of Canada
Insures , is >! t.e aecurit; I i depi slton START NOW ' save ti- money
and ymi wil! never regrel It. People do harder thiags everj la. ind have
nothing to sh iw tar it
one DOLLAR opens mi aci nt. Put i i;; : mr pocket, I; would probably hi- nothing, imt ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with us will in
ten years amounl to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
new Westminster bhanch F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1S11.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL  paid  up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona an d   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
G.  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston, Vice Pres Ment   and   General  Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in all parts of the !
world. i  I
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER.  General Manager. A LEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS-   BANKING.
Every  facility   afforded   Farmers for   their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
cashed  or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may I i made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town aci .inn's receive every a tentlon.
NKW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
Dancing an i wrestling I eai - .
the big attraction iu the cltj yesterday afternoon, when three Frenchmen
arrived here with two big brown Pyrenees hears In tow. The antics of the
bears, as they did their several Btunts
in fronl of the Fraser hotel, amused
a large crowd of onlookers, to many
of whom the spectacle of dancing
bears was something entirely new.
The bears were evidently well used to
their tricks, and performed them all
with.mi a hitch. One of the bruins
was a confirmed toper, and managed
i.i gel   away  with  several   bottles uf
eer In quickei time than even a
human Boak could be expected t.i gel
outside the liquid. Aniele Giroux, the
proprietor of the beai 3, gave a few
particulars aboul his life to a Dallj
News reporter. He stated that ha
I inded    In  < lanada    with  the    beai i
il oul eighteen months ago, and thai
'.iis bears had performed in Montreal
:..: several months before In- finally
decide I to iravel westward. He has
exhibited his two pets in mosl Canadian cities, mul after going to Van-
ci iver from here, In- expects to travel
bai . wi New York through the States.
His two companions, Pierre Jacques
and Aniele Baptiste, hal also come
over from France with him. and they
would return in about two years' time.
lie stated ihai ihey wen' making a
comfortable living out of the bears,
ami from the way the silver rolled
inlo the collector's ca]), ii was plain
that there must he a lot uf money 'ti
the performing bear business.
Mr. Giroux has trained Hi" bears
himself, ami places a high value on
the animals, He says thai he would
not par! wiih Jumbo, the larger
and smarter bear, for anything less
than $1,1(10, while Pierro, Jumbo's brother, could only he purchased for $snn.
A peculiar feature of animals i.s that,
one of the bears understands French,
while the other can only understand
Italian. When the bears are dancing.
Hie two keepers .sing the ballad of the
Wandering Jew, but while one * rolls
it out in French, bis companion -sings
the story in Italian. Very few people
noticed Hie difference, however, mosl
of them being under the impression
th.it the men were merely singing
something in a dago language.
Mr. Reid Has Contract.
At the Westminster Iron works, elevator doors and enclosure, are being
made for lbe new Van Hoi i.t block
ol' Vancouver. The manager, Mr.
Reid, has recentl. received the cou-
tract for tlie manufacture of an ornamental iron scroll work summer bouse
for the Ottawa gardens of North Vancouver. The building is to ne most
ornate, will measure i'- x Hi feet, and
will occupy the center of a most luxurious garden, surrounded by a square
of handsome houses. The movement
original ed wiih an eastern company,
which will spare no expense to 1 tak ���
ihe houses and their surroundings
beautiful.
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THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���Mrs. Berrard, Calgary; F.
c. Harris. Vancouver; \. Herald, Cloverdale;  J. C. Kennedy, Vancouver.
Colonial���A. Fraser, London, Ont.;
.1 B. Erase,, London, Oni.; V. H.
Griffin, Vancouver; Dollj Cha I ie; .
Chilliwack; A. McEachern, Vancouver;  A. K. Goldsmith, Aldergrove.
Windsor���J. Kenney, Everett; C
Wesi. Whonnock; Mrs. Ryb iss, La l-
ner; E. Grassett, Bellin cham. Bru s
Hooper, Ladner,
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Sliow Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co. j
VA.NCOL C.
Turns Down Tammany.
New fork, Oct. i '.���.I. H. MoDonal i.
who bull! the SUbwaj in -New York
_ml wliu for nearly tortj years has
, een a member of the general con ���
mlttee of Tammany Hall, today seat
:i letter to Tlmothj Wodruff, chairman of the state republican committee, enclosing a check for $1,000 ti "
republican campaign expenses ami announcing bis determination to support
Charles T. Hughes tor -aivernor. It
developed at the meeting ef ihe Tammany general committee today that
Mr. McDonald resigned his membership in tho committee on Monday.
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Chinamen Captured.
Providence, R.I., Oct.. 10.���Eighteen
Chinamen were arrested to-day after
ihe capture by the t*. S. immls. rati n
authorities of the schooner yacht Frolic, for which revenue cutters have
heen searching along the New England coast for the last two weeks.
They were arraigned thi3 evening before U. S. Commissioner Cross, :���:, 1
were held for examination next Wednesday. Bail was fixed at $1,000 .a
(a: h case.
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THE DAILY   NEWS
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Public Supply Stores
COWAN'S PERECTION COCOA
FREE DEMONSTRATION by Mrs. Lloyd.
All are invited.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
CHEAP   FUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
NEW TRAM SCHEME
ENGAGES ATTENTION
C.   Ltectric  Ut.ts .Another cnance
Before   Public  Verdict   is
Called  For.
Pheasant Shooting
on the 15th
H. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    ISO.
We can supply you with the
well known
Amberite Cartridge
Also Shooting Coats and
Vests.  Call and examine
our goods.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
LAWYER FOR DEFENCE
MAKES NURSE ADMIT
....gallon...      i MURDERS TEACHER
T. A. Muir & Co. I IN SCHOOL HOUSE
Attorney    Wilson    Places    Miss    Una
Dudley   in  Bad   Light   in
Murder Trial.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
harry   Smith   Shoots and   Kills   Mary
Shepard  in Presence of
Pupils.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.
B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
j     Cleveland,    Ohio,   Oc-t.    10.���In  the
��� presence of sixty pupils in the South
Euclid school this afternoon, Harry
Smith, 25 years old, shot and killed
Miss Mary Shepard, a teacher, aged
2S years. Brought to bay behind the
barn in the rear of his home in War-
rensvllle, two hours later, Smith shot
himself through the head, dying instantly.
Four    Cleveland    policemen,    with
di awn  revolver.,  and under cover  of
t eight armed farmers, were about to
rush on young .Smith when he ended
his life.
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Killed  by   Lightning.
Jonesport.   Maine,   Oct.   10.���During
a   thunderstorm   which   passed   over
this section  this afternoon, the only
bolt of lightning observed  struck the
. house  of John   Alley,  on   Washington
I island, four miles from this village,
passed down tlie chimney and instant-
| ly killed Ashton Alley, Is year old.
who was sitting  by the kitchen stove.
j His mother, but a few feet from him,
.-..- partially paralyzi I : t a time, but
I scon recovered. The house, though
damaged, was not set on fire.
Souvenirs!
Post Cards!
ANY AMOUNT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Late Strawberries.
A considerable quantity of late
strawberries are on sale throughout
the city. Strawberries grown outside
ic the month of October should be an
eyeopener to those who are from the
Manitoba and Northwest  prairies. $900,000.
Tom's River, N.J., Oct. IU.���The di-
rect testimony of two of the state's
witnesses at the trial of Dr. Frank
Brouwer for the murder of his wife
was attacked to-day in the cross-examination of counsel for the defence.
Mi.-s Una Dudley, one of the nurses
who attended Mrs. Brouwer, testified
yesterday that the sick woman had
complained of the bitter tasU; of the
peptonized milk prepared for her by
the defendant. To-day Attorney Wilson, counsel for the defence, drew
from the witness the statement that
she was aware when she testified yesterday that the peptonized powders
often had a bitter taste when they
were allowed to stand for a considi r-
able time.
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Shepley  Wants  Fowler.
Toronto, Oct. lo���At this morning's
session of the insurance inquiry, Shepley, the government counsel, after
reading a telegram from G. V.". Fowler, M. P., whose name i-' mixed up
along wilh Foster and other conservative members of parliament in we6t-
ern land deals, saying thai he would
appear before the commission on Friday, said he was considering the advisability of issuing a bench warrant.
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Big Revenue in Sight.
Toronto, Oct. in.���A revenue of one
million dollars a year in the Ontario
provincial secretary's department is a
possibility which, unless some unfor-
st.'.n circumstance- arise, should be
realized by the end of next year. The
income    for  this    -.oar    will   be   over
At a meeting of the board oi trade
..-.-i evening, Nels Nelson, in reply to
a q . -' -a as to whether the big pub-
��� a ��� ting n 'inn .tion with the
1- C. E. R. road to Port Mood, and
..! .-; .��� ��� i . i Le he! 1 shortly, answered that on account of the txhi-
bi a havlmg kepi ��� .-���... bodj very
b.s..- ior some time past, nothing had
... . Mr. Nelson Ihen outlined
a new scb' .no which had been pro-
pOS( I to him in connection wilh the
Millside line. This was thai 'be li. ('.
E. R. Bhould build a line to Millside
. ;. way ol lhe I'i rt .Mundy mad as far
a.- the Blue Mountain mad. and then
to Millside. Tin- proposition had not
jet I.e. n Bubmitte 1 to ihe H. <'. il. R.
;.. ople, so la- lil imi know what they
thought of it. I- waa the Intention,
however, in bring it to their notice
first, and exhaust all the energv i.' thi
committee in convincing tbem of Ihe
advantage, oi iiii.- j.Ian, and If Ibis
. lied to Impress them, then a public
iin-. ling would I e called. The li. C.
E. R. companj would no- require any
more rolling stock to operate this line,
;... the twenty minute cars now running to Sapperton could be run as far
a- Millside. He thought that this new
line would be a great factor in the
settling of the country around the
Blue Mountain road.
M;. Nelson's report was received,
and further time granted for the arranging of a public meeting.
W. R. Gilley called the attention of
the board to a movemenl on the part
of tlie Vancouver pilot board, who
were trying to have lhe lightship at
the mouth ol the rivei done away
with, and who wished to install the
light in the lighthouse, as wa.- thi
case formerly. Mr. Giiley though! this
would be a mistake, and spoke at
some length on the subject,
The matter was finally laid over
until next meeting.
There were present at tlie meeting
D. S. Curtis, in the chair, Nels Nelson.
H. T. Thrift, .1. D. Taylor. M. Sinclair,
George Small. .1. Brennan. .1. A. Cunningham, W. R, Gilley, M. W. Mlntborne, Fred .1. I..-.nch and 'he secretary.
Two new members wire elected, .1.
M. Kenny and M. H. M. Nellems, both
being proposed  by .1. A. Cunningham.
 O���;	
Mintagon Wins.
London, Oct, lo.���At Newmarkei today, the Czarewitch stakes leu- three-
year-olds and upwards, two miles and
a quarter, were won by Mintagon, with
Blblani second and Royal Dream third.
Twenty-four horses started.
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Emcress cf Britain Reported.
Montreal, Oft. lo.���Tlie Canadian
Pacific Atlantic lima- Empress of Britain was reported by Marconi wlreli ss
telegraph fifty miles east of Belle Isle
at 5 o'clock thi- morning. The steamer i.s due in Quebec '.'arly on Friday
morning,
WANTED ��� The address cf .John
Drake. M. Sngits, P.O. Box 215,
city.
THURSDAY. OCT  u ,
N,.w siy],., ol  these servl eable garments will be found i., .
lng ibis  week.
LADIES'  NORFOLK  JACKETS of line  knitted   Wool;
dinal, and black and white     Prices, .ach   $3.00. $ ..., ..
LADIES' GOLF  JERSEYS,  in  many   differenl    .--.'.   .
.,  le colors.    Prices, each $2.15, $2.50 and 13*
BOYS' AND GIRLS' SWEATERS In all si/.es; cardinal, n
Each     y.
HOCKEY  SWEATERS  In  all  sizes.    Each   $1.75 and $2*
W. S. Collister & Co,
Accident
Insurance
The Most Liberal Policies
covering all occupations
DOUBLE INDEMNITY
For Tram and Railroad
Accidents.
Canadian Casualty and
Boiler Insurance Co.
WHITE & SHILES, Agents
260 Columbia  St.
Phone 85.'
Watch This Space
For    Full   Pa-* culars of the Best Proposition for Intense
Farming   ever  offered   in   British Columbia
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS
is the   name of the   new  subdivision   of  several   hundred
aces of first-class   Delta Land which we will place before
you
Every facility: Good Water, Electric light, Power,
Telephone.   TERMS EASY.
F. J. Hart & Co. Ltd.
Insurance Loans Real Estate
Farm   Land   Specialists.     New   Westminster,   Vancouver,   Chilliwack.
Tender for a   License to  Cut  Timber
on   Dominion   Lahds   in   the   Province  of   British Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to tbe
Timber and -Mines Branch, Department of the Interior, and marked on '
the envelope. "Tenders lor Timber
Berth Xo. par,," will be received at
this Department until noon on Wednesday, the loth day of October, 190G,
for a license to cut timber oa Eerth
Xo. 496, comprising Leg.il Sub-division It of Section 17 an 1 Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 13 in Township
4b, east, of the Coast Meridian, containing an area of SO acres, nio.-e or
less.
A survey of this henh must be
made within one year front the c'.aie
it  is granted.
The regulations tinder \��b!._i a
license will be issued, also printed
forms or tender and envelope, may be
obtained at this Department or at the '
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Xew  Westminster,  B.  C
ICach tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
Xo lender by telegraph will be enti 1 taine 1.
PERLEY G,  KEYES, I
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, Augusl 26th. lf'OC.
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A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept !
in'stock.   :-:   Prices to suit purchasers. I
���UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
!�����   716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Front Streel !
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Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
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Electric Railway Service
Inter-urDan Lo...
Cars fnr Vancouver and way
stations will run eve:;.- half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:_0 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service Irom
6.30 a. m. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during
mainder Of clay
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  be-J
tween   .   a.   in.   and   1')  p, ffi. ���
1 ran.-Ter at ���
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���la Minute Se: J
vice, except between 1- and i
2, and 5 and 7, during w_.l<-t t
'jours the service will bo I
naif-hourly. *
Sunday  Service   hair-tic
iv '.e- ���
tween _ a. m. and 11 p. fl".
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
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FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers,
Straw Cutter,Grain Grinders ^
and^Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshuttt'
and Dick's makes.
Ai  .iwuJiui
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
Something Worthy
of Investigation
New dwelling, 8 rooms, Sapperton.    Terms,   cash   $500,   balance ti
Price  J'-*0
Dwelling and two lots, Third ave ;  terras of payment  easy.    Price ��� *2
Dwelling (new), central.    Price   *''5
Dwelling (new),  central  *1,i>
Dwelling, Blgbee street   *1'5     ,   ^
Boarding house on lease for live yeai s,   Price   ^M
,p,#
T. R. PEARSON

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