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VOLUME 1, NUMBER i>
DISCUSS FEA TURES
FOR THE EXHIBITIO.
Ciiizens   Committee    Hears    From    Sub-Committees    on
Various Sports and Attraction    Suggestion For
Reception of Earl Crey.
fURDAY MORNINO, SEPTEMBER -   1906.
10 CENTS i'KR WEEK
RRA CONTINUES "T^/S*���
WAR FOR ALL OR
a p-. noi     ���    . ��ith
ongue will be a Strang-
ti al the park.   The date
le i  upon ai  a mi ei
���./��� n's  ' omm.illee  beld
until   dark,   lbe .,       ...
  ��� ���        ������  ��� an I,
i  : ..: swi     ,.     hi   and a In -. : ���        ���- fi .   ., h.
: .n  on   We lm   i 0 for their sei
��� "   '-'   '���-������  ���    01
on   ... .a  the  S ottl   ..... [cnr.j n
���   i     There   w.ll   be
Gaelic games a . I spori        eslii ,
an i  re
lire   J-."! for om .     .      ...
:...:..; ���    ....   i  |.
nter propo e to  them
er of the i ih    i on ���'...-
ai the cltj  hall, when    . - - -.     anagerof the   an I,
���   ' ...  several  c mmlt   an I a tel ering to comi   hi n
esent  to   report a:     to  for $li     and i     ...     ivas read dur-
they   ...1  ma le d iring   Ing     ���   evenini     v. bli ���������.-.
an  .   .    ��� . ��� e madi
��� bairman    ol    thi    ������       .... .   ��� . [Dg
��� - -  committee,  w ben ca      eft In the hand      I the    lanagi ���.
ed thai   v   daj i n whii Baseball   With   Nanaimo.
.... ii I I ������ beld be di finite .       -,,,,.
il. Ryall, on behalf of thi
tated ������ ��� .  were try-
ng I        angi      .      ��� Nanaimi
���T.::- i ii Smith, i ap ain ������ tin
'"'.������..���   tn In   ��� ��� .    ..    . :
thai I he Nanaimo - i bad heen written ���- an I thai banci l match
"��� ���..   good.
Give the People of  New Westminster   a  Run   For Their
Money and Visitors a Fair   Chance   to   See
the City During Exhibition.
Cuban Insurgent Leader Turns Down
the Government's Proposition for
an Armistice of Ten
Days.
desired to make cer
��� ni - with a i an ���
not see aftei  Mondaj     As
,.,   ��� eemed   to     e   ; be   on
ay, i bis w a - final! ��� si lee - I
diseussron.    The   borse
a- plai i on   be   ami di ���
nlttee   think   the)   ��� an
it ters so tb..'  ' ii   diffi n nl
not i lash.
'.   ��� ��� .    \. IA Vert, a bo w as i res-
mem i :    ol      he    Scol
mlttee, com] laim d thai   - ���
ere sp died I ro yeai s ago
.   . rowding    on
rts   were in
��� -.   others  presi nl    also
BLOWS UP BRIDGES
AND WINS BATTLES
Every ye u al exhll Ition time thi e
i    more  or   leas     kicking- gi a<  a Ij
lat 1 be ii. C. E.
. ���   ilnus al  the
.: Itj ir cars, so
.   -���    ���....     of i ichi iti .a
���    ���'  an ���   a. a-   of Ni w
Westminster than       - -. ,.���  sub
i streets    Full en g ven tbe
���- : an)   foi   .'      - . :ci ssl il
.-: to handle the  big  I       Ic '���'. ith-
.'   acei lent   or serious    dela) :    but
ial  I    i ���  the point.   The ���,   opl   of
it)   bave  spent   and  are contin-
-  ending a   large    amount    of
-.-   to   make   the   exhibition   the
���������-'..   affair  it   has   been  as an
1  i': ;���   :!i--;-      tint ira.i;.     :���������
iat II        rge percentage of the peo
li   ������ I : ���- here to see tiie show,
go a bo i1 seeing 'he city ah ..
Progress   With  Collections.
J. H. Vill        a f the ci
nlttei     suggested   thai
tion Hsu-    e opened in the banks,
a conrsi   �� hich bad    een i iggeste I to
Government Troops Desert and   Turn   up   as   Volunteers
In the Camp of the Enemy��� Rebel Cause
Steadily Gains Support.
him
ll
.-'������,.-iaj   persons     The   que:-
the    oval  Hon was de an :      il no  lecision was
progress,   arrived at.    Owing   to the      ul i u I
.-��� ��� weather, there was not very tn id
Governor General's Recept en.
: ���   BUbje, i, and lt was de-   -,.   report,      il   Mi    Vidal
this year, the oval  will  be   thai he was making progress.
. ���  .;.'  ; ersons  not  taking
��� .. nrtests.   This will neci s
��� thi   assistance  "f a  couple of     The Hon. W. Norman Bole inquired
��� ������       it no difficulty i.s antici-   whether anything   further  was  being
. ��� ���  jn connection with the reception
���   Scottish conceri being   ���    the Governor General, and was in-.
Wednesday   night,   a   slight       nu I   bat the manager was making
all   ' ���   - arrangen enl -     Beyond
the date ol bis arrival and de; arture,
ni   t. -   was   known al o il   his movemenl B.
K     I.   !.-  - man   suggest! d   that   it
wo :  :    ...   a. i -. isable   io  bave   the   Indians In cai oes al  I be mo ith ol  the
......   the;,  would meei and ac-
compan) the Earl on the way up to
Xew Westminster He believed that
His Excellency would appreciate that
a...-,   than anything e.��e.
I la ���:.:������ ,  Sept. 7      \a     "ilia::: i--
t< n   da) -   b -     een   d< ii e I
n b)   the govei nment.    The zones
���: e   oppos ng   forces  must
���    .  a   nil]   I e detei a ine 1 a,.on dur-
...       ...  , ��� the da),    I he ..- mis
iei   Kill Le conducted    a lei thi  r�� g-
. ar   .. ..���   reguIaUons.
mse ': ��� Ind thai II involves
��� xtr i trou .'������ an i expense, and also
some uncertainty about the return
trip.
The heavy  traffic  disarranges  Lhe
bile to     certain ej ten!.  thai is
to bi     (pected,    id as we have Bald,
���  e Is no ai. ii the efforts of
the    ".-..��� an ���   anj   . .   employees    to
aa. ti    the   ln< on en%, nee a 3 light   aa
osi    le,  bul   pe iple wani to see the
visitors get a chance to look around
ani  see  the place, and  not so away
in ler   the   impression  that  ther,.   is
no city here;  the .-.how might as well
be   a   Burnaby   exhibit ion as  a   New
V,'p stminster  one.   people  say,  if  the
visitors are carried away again without a chance  to see  the town,
Why not  try the belt line?
The average time of a car from the
terminus  to  the  junction of  the old
who   put   up     the  an,i IlL'w ���ine'-' is twelve minutes, aud
moneyi an   nol getting quite all they   there would  be double track  for that
pa)   for.    it is not a question of t e  'ength by adopting the belt line idea,
ev   dollars  that   might   le spent   by  Running right around, the cars would
these   visitors;   that  is a  small   mat- E<"- cross each other as they do now,
ter;  it  is a question of giving people   ;in ' there should, therefore, be much
a chance to see for themselves some-   ie-'s ,ie'a-v al ""' sidetracks.
thins of the city���to form an opinion      And everybody would be better sat-
ol   Its   si nation,  its   advanl ges,  its  isfied.
ssl  ilities. Therefore it is to be hoped that Uie
Why not nir, the service, for the r.atuer will receive serious eonsidera-
exhibition .! ys, on tlie "re'.t line" tion and ihat the consideration will
j.Ian? -ilt   i.i  the  putting  into  effect  of
People can comedown town i: th y ihe bell line idea, or some other
wish.   1 f    .  irse;   but   ver;.   :. an;    do   which wl I serve the same purjiose.
HOME TEAM INTENDS        SQUID COMPLETES
TO WIN THE MATCh HALIBUT CONTRACT
foun 1  necessai y   :u the
amine and the ban 1 con-
.a-   to I e  given on   Wed-
���   held on Tui _da�� eve
ti    :
Lacross?   Arrangements.
all man ol I he i.""
-M'
ep   ted thai  he was nol
���':   ���-       to  Inform  ihe  board as  to
.'... ild   play   here   during
; 11   la-  expected   a   letter
���    ��� ast,    which     he     thought
��� ���    toda).   an I   which   will
nit'      settle 1 be question of bow
: ��� ���     wi]l  be   played,    if  an
'��� am comes, three games w III
ll no', mere will be only
��� games.   ��� Owing to the
���" '            umlttee not  being abl i to
leflnite   Btatement,    sevi ral
' :'-' Itti es were unable 1 1 re-
tiling more i^ian progress, bul
lacrosse arrangemem s are
the  otber  commit ees  w 111
Uboul losing time.
Decoratio.is.
Watson, on behalf of the de-
a ittee, stated  thai tbey
��� sing  favorably, and  that
'. R   .md the It. C. E. R   Co.,
em in  the  decorating
The < Ity ba I also 1 rom-
assist,   and     altogether    he
'   they w mid  have  a  dis-
���   : ol which the city might
fl proud
Band   Engagements.
man,  chairman   of  the
Ittee, reported having en-
I and. for four days and
1    band   of   Indians   for
A1 plical ions were being
;     im the follow ing bands:
Advertisl-.:..
Nels   Nelson  wished
was   being  done  in   lh
vertising.    He said
because  a   largi
11  know whal
niattei  ol ad
that  he  inquired
box   1 I  folders  bad
happened  to catch  his eye.
\Y    H.   Ki ar).  secretary  ol  the inhibition,   happene I   to  arrive jusl   iu
remark,  and   1 ro-
some     Instructivi   .   5
ibjei'     He stated   Lice
Havana, Sept. 7���All    peace   over-
i ires  are   blocked  I y  the   refusal oi
Guerra, I bi   Ins    gent   leader in
Pi ..       |,      Ri . ..... e  tn   enter   into
an.,  a;rangement  Ic r aa armisl  se,
ii :��� :.-a's answer to the government's
.,:... ��� mi ii ol '- readin se to
.:....��� .. ten days' ai Isti e, is tlie
: lowing up oi two I 1 i lg< s on the
Wi st. rn railway, tm tting of railway communications 1 ���-> nd Pinar
del Rio and an attack 1 0 San Juan
del Martinez,
��� it is 1 eUeved [here t< night San
Juan ibi Martinez pr in the Wind.- of
iiu Insurgents and that the garrison
consisting of one hundn 1 - ������ 1 nn enl
t g ilars and a small orce ol rural
guards   lane   ; tt 11 de eatei    01   <ap-
1 ."ed
Guerra Controls.
The fad that other insurgent lead-
ire willing to ia-!' '���  lo an armis-
i.in  bave HtUe (tie. I   as long us
No   Mere   Losing   Games   This   Year   Registers   Eleventh  Trip   of the   Sea-
Say the New Westminster
Boys.
son and   Shows   Good   Fishing
Results.
time   to  bear   this
ceeded   to   imparl
I :.. m le Ige en the
thai the C.  P. R. bad distributed BOO  Guerra is determined to prosecute the
folders   in   the   Inte lor,  and   on   the  war.    llis lone ls reported  recently
Calgary-Ed nton '..-inch as well. He-   as from  3,000  to 4,000 men, all well
-: li s  ihis. -im  had  been seni  s nth.  mounted and some well atipl Bome iu-
while   the   Belllngham    Herald    had   differently armed.
blowing up of the English company's
railway bridge as a serious a.atter.
The situation in Santa Clara province is worse, particularly in consequence of the insurgent's stieng h,
although it is believed that the armis-
Uce is being respected there
There have been many desertii ns
from the rural guards to the insurgent
Bide     Loynas   dtl  Castillo,   who n...w
1 signs himself general in chiel of the
I insurgents in Havana province has
.-���-11 : an ordi r to bis followers to
respect the armistice as proposed.
Other   Bridges   in   Danger.
Havana, Sept. 7���An attack upon Owing to the continued wet weatb-
Pinar del Rio city is greatly feared er, neither of the teams hi the Van-
by the government. The bridges on couver-New Westminster
the Western railway which were de- m.,tc.h tnis afternoon have been able
- -re-el today by Pino Guerra, were l0 get any practice for the past few have been taken to the halibut banks
Loth small. The Insurgents threaten d8yfij ami as a rt,su]t are no, n^h- amj the captain has delivered at the
to destroy larger bridges if there are ,,, i,e jn tie best of condition. The B. C. cold storage over 600,000 pounds
attempts to transport troops over ihe ioca] players say that there will be no of halibut which is said to be a record
railway It is reported that a Cuban repetition of last Monday's defeat at breaker for a boat the size of tbe
gunboat   has   brough      to   Ma. iei,     a   today's  match,  while the  Vancouvers   Squid.     The   Squid   will   now   in   all
intend to try their hardest to win, probability enter into a contract witli
so as to be able to say wi h the the B. C. Packers to gather salmon
Maple Leafs, "We have defeated the for the balance of the fishing season,
New Westminster brigade once during after which the boat will be hea led
the season." Whether they will have
this satisfaction or not remains to be
of seen. The local boys say thai they
have played their last losing game
this season, and that it is win from
now on.
The   New   Westminster  lineup   will
The halibul  steamer Squid  yesterday finished its season's contract with
la; rosse  the B. C. Packers for colled ing halibut.    During  the  season eleven trips
schooner which  was captured    while
carrying  supplies   to   the   insurgents
in   Pinar   del   Rio   province.
Moves With Machine Guns.
Havana, Seqpt. 7.���Lieut. Col. Clews
..ith ISO men and  two machine guns
started this afternoon for the city
���
Pinar del Rio by special train.
A dis; .nch from Cienfuegos, province of Santa Clara, today says that
in  the engagement  between    govern-
, ment troops and insurgents near
Palmira yesterday the former losi two
I men  killed   and   wounded.     The    dis-
for the
herring
banks
for the
winter
ua nths
c
Wreck
on C.
P. R.
A  pa
ssenger
who c
anie in
in  last
night's
delayed
c. P,
K. train
stated
Pl'Vi'
be the same as last Monday's, while that  ne luul  Deen informed by a fei-
the  Vancouvers  have  not   yet    quite ]ow   passenger     who     was     passing
decided   as   to  who   shall   go   I n  the through from the east, that  the C. P.
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���'* 5  '  Brigade I and. Leslie's
agree 1   to  distribute  a   number.  200
bad been sent to Vancouver, while
Nanaimo and  Victor.,  ha I received 50
each.    Besl les the  folders, advi rtlse
nun's haw been Inserte 1 iii the Bel
lingham Herald and other papers Ed-
monton, Strathcona Olds Red De_ r
and Calgary would all send exhibits
down t" the fair, an I special arrang ���
ments would be made for reduced
fares I v the C P. R. There was ���,.
doubl thai a large number of people
would come from Alberta 10 Bee the
exhibition.
The meeting a Ijourned al out nine
o'clock, the members to nice; again al
the ������ all of Lhe secretary.
uitch   adds   that   more
The government has si nt a second
committee to bim regarding an armistice  bin   it   cannot,  .each   bim   before
row
Insurgent Conditions.
TJie facl is Guerra refuses to ace pi
an armistice excepi on the condition
thai the lasi in sidential and congressional elections shall be annul.   1.
Whal the governmenl will c nsenl
io do is the quesUon.   li   regards Lhe
I troops deserted to the Insurgents toil i) ;' om Cienfuegos. The attitude of
in. Liberals, the increasing strength
of the Insurgents and the quesUonabl!
I yalt) of many of the governmenl re
, 1 ..iis have i ause l .:.-- man gers of
some of the large business Interests
to cal 1
government   held,    The referees will be Mat!
id  Wells  Grey.
��� o	
Barr
R. mainline express had collide 1 with
another train near Rogers Pass. Both
trains were travelling at a speed ap
ng 2 1 - an hour.    A mini-
Union   Men   Meet.
Buffalo,  N.  Y.. Sept.  7.���Exe utive 1             ssengers had 1 cen badly in-
, ���'  ers of the Bricklayers and Mas ns, ired b)  the shock and his informant
the   Interior   Marble    Workers,     the had also   .          ,-   he  feared one or
Granite enters union and the execu- ore wen
to the  he ds of their com- five board of the Journeymen Cutti In   Vi          er,    General    Manager
panies, their  belief thai  the  gov   n-
ment of President Palma will be 11:1-
.,  le in cope with ibe insure.ii 11.
Decide  on   A. mistice.
Investigation Reveals
A Number of Forgeries
the I nited States  >u-d Canada met '. 1     a statemenl that
tonighl   and  agi ed upon  .1      I thi -                            id slide at No.
of regulations to govi   1  the work of 10 1 -       -         ���     oger'a Pass and
theii   respective tra l< - I ne was    llie.i
Earl Grey Feels Sick
And Remains In Nelson
Indiana Houses Reel
And Contents Rattle
bun
'  ' n. Indiana. Sept.  7.
'h |uake   shock   was
 ning, Houses  reeled and
���     I'  I    on   the   shelves.     The
'  I   for   llnee   s. 1 ls,   and
1 '" towna within twenty miles
' J'lini ��� ion.   The shock was preceded
id
-A dis-1 earthquake  shock   lasting  thirty
fell   at   onds was felt   this  morning.
11
1 ambling  noise.
'Uie,   Indiana,  Sept.
7.��� Au
More   Shocks.
Buenos  Ayres,   Sept.   7.   -According
to   a   dispatch   to   the   N.icb"i.   sev*'ii
earthquake shocks w.-re fell yester
da) evening al Talca, Chile, 140 miles
southwest of Santiago.
dent look copies oi a number of the
signatures of .1 number ol business
11 fn. bul in everj case he avoided
the name of a depositor. When pinched for money to meet his overdrafts
Mr. Karle says as a las', resort Hippie
Nels,ui.  B.  c. Sept. 7 xcel-  trip up Kootenay lake as far as i.ardo
lency  the Governoi   Genera]   is still  on  the C     .  H. new river steamer
Biiffe lng from the effex ts oi a 1 w r
ish   cold   and   undi.
vice
. ,asi on the regular C P. R
;">y'iH;'v   ���*���  7:15 on Sunday even;,,,
reluctantly  cancelled his  int nd
Philadelphia, Sept. 8. Forgeries for
more than a .nailer of a. million dollars by Frank K. Hippie, the Bulclde
ii,,ideal of the wrecked Real Estate
Trusl company havt. been discovered
b) Receiver Earle. The latter made
this Btatement late tonight adding
thai  he  had  no Idea  where  Hippie's  saying lie  hud   personally   made  the  all day   and only attended   to  some j ranches
,ill.liny    ma;,    end.      Hippie    in   order
in mei bis Immense overdrafta used
the names of prominent business men
of ibis  city  on  nod's  which   in  some
Mases amounted to $1600.   The presl-
Rnskan e  will
leave   for   the
train at
Would draw up a note with the forged   ed   visit  to Rossland  arranged   for to-
signatuiT-   attached,     This   he  would   morrow.    Earl  Grey  has,  tinder doc-
The younger members of the party
have made the mosi of their stay
here and have gone in for trout fish-
take  to  the  cashier or  paying Idler   tor's orders  remained  quietly  resting  ing and launch trii s to the local fruit
yesterday   and   toda\.    To
tbey  go down     Bonnlngton
While sorry ' morrow
to the Boundary J. Falls, n miles from here and spend
loan.    With the amounl to his credit pressing corresponde -.ce.
In   would satisfy the press ng claim.-;, to  cancel  his   visil
Receiver Karle said lonight in order and   Rossland,     His     Excellency     is iht   day trout  fishing and  picnicking,
to   accomplish   the   reorganization  of greatly   enjoying   his  restful   stay   in They   wt ve  entertained   at   a   private
the  company  he would     accept     the this   city.     He   will  remain  here   to- dam-   ;         i .ining   A.   the   armo  i>
presidency  if  the depositors instated, morrow  and  on   Sunday   will -take a here.
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GEORGIA MINSTRELS f
AT THEATKE TONIGHT ]
������__���__._
Richards     &.      Pringle's    Entertainers   j
Promise  tc   Put  Up  a  First
Class   Show.
: . lose '-' ho i o) mil tl , music
and - ��� - the appearan :e ol Ric i . -
A; Pringle's Famo is Ge irgia M nstn b
a e -���'���-' ...in- .-. pi a bouse tonighl will be i. lile i n'ith d< ight. This
Bterling organization lias weathi red
the theatrical seas for twenty-e'ghl
.'.ears, never changing management,
and nol once departing from their
established rule of presenting only
wha- i- great, good and wholesome in
the minstrel world. Other minstrel
companies have come and gone, but
Richards & Pringle's ,,o on forever.
The secrel of their success his been
the facl that the management has always firmly believed ���". 'he paying
public -. ived a gen line colore 1 minstrel orfarmance when presented
on the lines that made minsi
so pi pulai j eai    ago; ������';������   bas
been  |   iven  to be eel    one
Sv ���������     soul hi   :.  tnelo lies,     n aut
an i enti ancing .   is I musi
ei.r. .dancing    -    n        ���    n -���   c in
, and witticisn 3 on     i be
."ai can tell them. Cl ei ��� P w-
. ;..     e comedi has        le the
orld laugh, is .      ead
o    '   'lis    of artists, -A
wiib : Ig     idget
Oi good things 1 i       3 c dlecte i
during   the    as mei.    The  com-
l.a'.iy travel In their own Pullman
Palai ��� Cars md n .:..'-��� i ��� vei forty
pei le The n n a- la; para Ie an I free
evening eoncerl are a feature this
seas :.. and will be given as us ia .
CHURCH   SERVICES.
Refi rmed Episc pal Clinch���Divine
worship at 11 a. m. and 7;::11 p, m.
Sundaj school at 2:30 p. ra. Rector
Rev. A   leB. Owen. All are welcome.
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Ser
ri es a; 11 a. m, and 7 p m. In the
absence of the pastor, Rev. W. H.
Barraclough, the pulpit will be occupied both morning and evening by
Rev. E. Robson, D. D, of Vancouver.
West Eni Methodist���Acting Pastor
Rev. G. W. Deans, will preach at both
s'-i. ices. Services 11 a. m. and 7 p.
m    Sun laj school an l Bible i lass at
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. J,
S Hen lerson. pastor���Services 11 a.
m. and 7 p. m Sabbath school and'
Bi le class 2:30 p. m.; Y. P. S. C E..
Monday, v p. m.; prayer meeting
Wednesday S p. m. Evening sermen
first o: a series on "God's one Thing."
West  Presbyterian���Rev. T.   Ward-
i?W Taylor.  M, A.  t-n.  D.,  minister���
Services 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.  Sunday
school at 2:30 p. m    Morning subject,
The Strength of all the Week."
Knox Church. S Tton -Services.
1! a. m. and 7 p. m. Rev. D, McKenzie, B, A, pastor, . "Sabbath
���--���.. ;,_������: ';: ile c'i iss at 10 a. m.
M��6jngofY. P. S. C. IA immediate-
'..   after the   morning   - i A e.   M .rn- ]
; sul ject, 'The Brevity ol Life as a
Moral   Motive;"  evening,    "The    At-
..: the I '��� iss."
0 ���' Baptist, Rev. M. L. Aug_, D.
i. nastoi -Services i i a. m. and 7
p. m.; B. Y. P. V. Monday evening 8
o'i . ; Prayer Meetii - We Ineaday j
a. ning 5 o'clock. Morning Bubject,
L ������ Peop i i. e Priesl;" evening,
"Shi iting" Sern . ��� ,��� ung peopl i
undei   100.
H  . .   Sixth   U-e.    Bn a :ing
oi   Bread   ll   a
..       B        class
i  7  rn   :i,
Trii
Shlld ector,
Sund       .-e'n ol
...     Go    '
Cathedral    Rev.    A.
: a  .niiin,  S
p   tn., M ���      ,- at 11, with
.-i :....      -  -.. ...     er ia u
.i   7 p. ni     i' : r.ice al 9   10 a. m..
ind  "   ,-. ni.. . ��� when
the evi    on ....    0    Cele i a
tion f 1 lol; communion evi ry Thurs-
da) an I Saint's da i1 S a. ni. Choir
pri   : i e on Fri 115 aft,    evi n ong.
St. Barnabas Church, Rev. C, W.
Houghton, rector Hoi; communion 8 j
a. m. Morning prayer and 3ermon 11
a. in Evening prayer 7 p, m.; Bible i
class : ;.. m ; Sunday school at 3 p.
111.: Baptisms after Sunday school;
choir practice. Friday 8 o'clock.
 o	
AT  THE   HOTELS.
Gul hon���-R.  li   Curtis,  Seattle;   S.
II.   Hill,  Seattle;   C.  A.   Farrer,   Van-,
couver;  .lames s.  Re   i. Portland;   11A
M.   Hunter,   Blaine;   I..   I..   Broughton
and  wife,  St. Pa tl;   Rev.   Dr,   Moore,
Ottawa,  Ont.
Colonial K. L, Glln ore, Toi onto;
T. s. Husland, Dangle ; C. <l. Sexsmith, Alluvia; ii. P. Carruthers, Vancouvei ; .1. A. Tenant, Kalamaz 10;
.ma A .:r,,, Vict a 1 ; c McConkey
and wife, Hall's  Prairie,
Windsor���George Curtis, Nicomen
Island: A. clarl-.. Hatzic Prairie; 1).
Cummings, Langley; T ll. Moore,
Ruskin; W. Black, Dougla 1; T. Wei
don, Westham Island; J. Mal 11, H.
TitmuB, Dangle) '
THE
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ASK TO SEE
THE MANNISH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
Our Last Call
DRfWJU 31
KRT|I|__MI
This will positively be t]    last call to our
GREAT SHOE SALE
Hundreds of buyers have taken advantage of
the great bargains during our Sale, but there
are many more who will regret not having done
so, when it is too late.
Hurry!      Hurry!      Hurry!
If you have not been in, make haste to call, for
this Great Sale will end This Evening, when the
clock strikes eleven.
Just One Day More
To-Day
The Price on every remaining Shoe onlour Bargain Tables has again been lowered to a figure
that ought to make every Shoe leave the Store
in short order.
You'll Make a Great
Saving if you buy now
The Price on every shoe tells a story of saving.
Special preparations being made for to-day's
business.
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE
f
Columbia Street,
New Westminster ..T   -AV.  SEPT. 8.  '906.
TME DAILY NEWS
ING   SUM
| THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed In
THE WESTERN MILLING
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.  G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street. West. Vancouver.
BURNABY CORPORATION.        Westminster Iron Works      J&ML      FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
Sale ox Lands by Public
Tender.
The Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned property s, invite tenders for the purchase of the same.
TIIK CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE AS FOLLOWS:
ill. All tenders to be in writing, and addressed to me at Lux 34, New Westminster, duly sealed, ar.d endorsed "Tender lor Land." They must be mailed in sufficient
timi to reach the post office mentioned on or before 4 o'clock on Friday, the 21st day of
Si    .. L906.
(2). Each tender must be accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
10 | er ""it. of the total purchase money.   Such deposit will he applied towards the first
nt of purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and in cases of non-accepted
lers it will be returned.
GENERAL MACHINE AND J.MilNl.
WOKK.
SHIP SMITH1NU, tMllAH_ ar.it
STRl CTURAL  IRON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire tscapi 9, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE BiHtti.
New  Westminster. ,. U. 474.
Canadian Pacific
Royal Mail Steamship
Nt _i   Emi ress  sails  Sei t.  7th  and
Tender  for  a   License  to  Ci.t  Timber
on   Dominion    Lands   in   tne   Province  of   Brit.sh  Columbia.
Si iii ;    enders .el.lies* ,1    to    tbe
and   Mines   Branch,    Depai
menl ol  the Intelioi, and marked 1 _
the envi      .a       1 en lei - for   T n bi r
. -ii No, 196," will e ieci Ive I ;���:
this Department until noon on Wednes lay, the 10th daj ol Oi bobi.. 1906,
tor a license to cut timber o, Eerth
N'o. 196, comprising Legal Sub-division '.' ui Section 17 an 1 Legal Sub- -; ;,:: ""' and demand good; fowls,
divisii 'i 12 "f Section 1 i in Township   talr SUP1 ly, sold      quotations; chickB,
Vesti   la.      , ai ki     was m irre 1 by
.  an 1  there  ��as a verj   poor
enilanci oth bu rers and sellers.
-    is    I bu    lers and d ilrj    eople
on  ban l  and eggs were rather
'im. ��� '11 ..ey  had   been   for
the two   reviou   markets.   Butter was
. .live   an 1   the   price
a ie 1   -in. e   las'  week.
01 bi el thi re wa - a fair supply and
ood dei    '1 I    ���- rt.mi. scarce, fair demand;   veal,  Buply  nii.l  demand  fair;
pork, Bca ��� e and demand good; eggs,
!.,
In all cases where the total purchase money does not exceed $50, cash within -'1s'-   Now ls the ti:!;tJ '�� makt' "���
lo   a s of acceptance of tender, will be required.
4>.  In cases where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 lays,
one-third within ti months and one-third within 12 months, in each case reckoning from
������ if acceptance of tender, with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, will
be a lowed upon the ordinary coi ditions of an Agreement for Sale : orthe whrle amount
be paid at once.
5). Title will not be given until completion of purchase.
io). Thc Council do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any tender.
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C,
p, 0. Address���Box 2-1, New Westminster. P.. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.30
I le scription of Land.
I ii ���!-.. |
Block.
Ai | r ximate Size,
Measurements i
Acreage
(more or less).
Asset si .I Value
as per Roll i :
Hi"'..
U] set 1'rii'e.
.South)
-   ith)
'South i
ISouth)
29
29
29
29
29
29
30
30
30
'p'.0
30
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91
Hi
91
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in
in
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91
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98
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'a 3
102
160
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1
4
4
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3 to in
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62
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7 ani
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Part
in. ll
98 to 113
194
320 to 334
10
1 to
1 to
1 to
1  ;..
14
18
is
18
18
14
7
1  to
' to
l   Lo 7
I   ti   8
". to  10
17
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I
I
1
16
1
15
i
1 I
18
18
18
18
14
I
7
8
8
1
I
ml
, 2 i Cent ral
a and -1
3 and i
3 and -I
c.
ll. 16
16
16
16
17, 18
.0 to 24
25
I'll
24
43
50
\\y.
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8 li.
1, 2,
;. lo  in
1  an.l 2
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12 to 20
11
1 nml
2 ami
of W-
acres
60ft  _ 17. t fl each
ia'-  x 164 ft eaeh
60ft x 154 fl each
ni x 132fl
60 x 154ft each
62 X   140ft  each
62 x 140ft
68 x 140ft
62 x  140fl each
4 7 x  122ft  each
60    X    14 aft
66 x 1 l:l ft each
66 x  113ft
66  x   112ft  each
2  acres ,
7(i   -x   132ft
66  \   I 12ft  each
66  .x  132fl  each
t'.li   X   132ft   each
66  x  132ft each
66 x  132ft each
60  x   132ft  each
66  x   166fl each
66  \   I66fl each
i'. I x ii;.".f; each
66  x  liivcft each
60 x  lOSVifl em h
:.iA  x I,-,:,it
.".I'm   x   I.'..'.l'l   each
66 x   lpsc.ft  each
66 x   lOSVfcfl  each
i'i; x  I08%fl  inch
'.rn \ 204fl
90 x 204ft each
102 x  180ft each
102 x   I80fl  each
2 acres
53% x   12111 each
III    X     I Halt
111 x   lil.'.fl  each
58  x   H'..M'i   each
j acres
58   x   ii'iafi   each
58  \   ii'.ai't  each
58  \   in.'ii'i   each
2 acres
.'. acres
58   x   li'.al'i  eaeh
58   x   I66fl   each
,'p acres,
III.Kill   of acre
I   acre
nl acres
25.74 acres
$65 ; er acre
25 per li i
25 ; er lot
25 per lot
25 ; er lol
25 ; er lol
10 pi i lot
���in pei loi
:'.(' per lot
-in per lot
m per lot
35 per lot
L.'i per lot
35 pei  lot
26 per lot
70 per acre
in per lol
25 per lot
20 per lot
20 : er lot
20 per lot
20 per loi
20 per lot
��� :    lol
.' - | er lol
25 i er li i
20 ier lm
20 per lot
2n pei lol
20 per lot
211 per lot
20  per  lol
2d per lol
26 per lol
25 per lol
26 per lot
2."i   per  lol
iin per aero
2ii per lol
2H   per   lol
20 per lol
211  per  lol
lal per acre
2H  per  lol
2ll per  lol
30   per   lol
r.n per acre
all per lien'
2H  per  lol
2ii per loi
sn per ucre
' ii pei  acre
mi pei acre
22   per   ll'-le
III  per   nolo
$7(i pu   a  re
'a   ]..   ���
.'.I per A t
.Id per ii t
'..". per lot
.'..". pel let
Ila pe: '..1
40 per lot
���in  per lot
".ii per k t
r.n pei li t
a.", pei lot
2."i pei lot
36 per lot
:',". pei lot
7.'. per acre
���I.', per   lit
2.". per   lot
20 per lol
2H per  lol
2H per  lol
21' per lol
2H pe-   lot
2H pel    '. I
26 pe:     et
26 per kit
20 pel   lot
20 per   lol
26 per  lot
2."' pei    lol
20 per  lol
20 per  lol
20 per lol
26 pel    lol
2a per  lot
26 pei   lot
2a per lol
7o per acre
20 per lot
'.'0 per   lol
20 per  lol
20 pel   lol
all pel   aero
20 per lol
20 per lol
20   per  lol
fid por acre
tiO per ucre
20 per lol
20 por lol
80 por acre
so per acre
sh per acre
22  per  ncio
,   ,i
u
I
rangements tor that proposed 'rip
. - ss the _Ui ntic ..i: i j i might as
well ':.".��� i ia style ani comfort and
save money, For rates and parti  ulars apply  to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R.  AGENT.
Tenders for a  License to Cut Timber
i". . as- of the Coa-i Mei; llan, containing ..:i area of so acres a re or
less.
A survey of this ber h must be
made within one year fi c thi .a .-
it is granti ii
The n ��� ilaUons under v hi ���_ ��
license will l.e Issued, also printed
forms of tendi r an.l envelope, ma;, he
obti Ined at tins Departmenl or ru -.he
office ol the Crown Timber Agent at
N'ew   Westminster,   B,  C.
Eai ii i' n.ior musi 11 a< c t ponied
t.y an accepted cheque on a chartered
aiia in favor of the I leputy ol the
Minister >���: the Inti rlor, foi the
amounl of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to p.-.-,  for a license.
N'o tender b) telegraph will bi en
:. i . Ine I.
PERLEY  G.  KEYES,
Secretary,
-emi supply an i deman 1; ducks, small
offering,   fall   deman I.   apples,   good
a i   tail    :���    and    for    No.   1
toct
Quotations.
ml   pi irtei. | ei   pound,
e quarter,    ���    : oun I, i Ac
on Dominion  Lands in the Province   Department of the Interior,
lice''.
rj   s' .
Bei r,
:.    :,'   a.
Million,  per  ; ound,   ' ���" fee '"  I Ic
v. a:   pei   po imi.  ir ti  10c.
Lamb, per ] oun 1  i-'' to  13c
Pork, per pound, 9c     i '-'A'.
I'oiatoes. per ton, $i I
Onions,  ;.er sack, $1.25.
Eggs,  per  doz., 40c.
Butter,  : ei   pound, 30c.
Fowl, per dozen, $6.50 to $S.60.
Chicks, pei dozen. $1 to $6.00,
Ducks,  : e;  dozen, $s to  $9.
\; ; les,    -      ox. 7"o t.i 90c.
1'iun s, pei  box. io.- to 50c.
_c
of   British   Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to the of-
fid   i : the Ci mi lissioner ol 1 lomli  i n
.Lands, Departmenl of the Interior,
and marked on the envelope "Tender
foi   Timber  Berth   No.   495,"  will   b_
I received al this Departmenl until
noon on Wednesday, tin- 12th day of
September, 1906, for a license to cut
'timber on Berth No. 4yr>. situate in
the Province of British Columbia on
Silvei River In about Townships 3 ami
���I. Ranges 25 and 26, West of the 6th
Meridian, comprising two blocks, de-
s. : il od  as  lellov - :
Block 1    Commencing at a poinl on
.���..id liver  on the Southerly boundary
NOTICE.
Ottawa. August  25th, 1906,
BRADSTREETS REPORT:
N'ew    York, X. Y��� Sept    7.���Brad-
streets tomorrow will say:
General    trade   in Canada   slu wa
* more life, the completion of harvest
Notice is hereby given thai SO days and the h< lding of exhibiUons helping
after date 1 Intend to make applica- to draw buyers to the large centres
tion to the Honorable tbe chief Reports as to summer trade are
Commissioner of Lands and Works, favorable, bul unsold Btocks of laal
foi special license to cut and curry winter's goods at retail are a feature
awa\ timber from the following de to be reckoni l with, Despite thla all
scribed lands, situate,) north oust of trade I xre ted to be heavy, *
Pitl   lake,  New   West minster.  District.
1. Commencing al a Btake planted on
thi Boundary lino or Dominion lamls
thence norlh  100 chains, theuoe wost
���I   Timhei   Berth   489,   being   about   8   ,;" chains, thence south   100 chains to
1 2   miles  up  .aid   River    from      ts
ii.. llth;     then: e     up    said     Rivi I     4
i 2   miles  in  din .1  distance  with  a  nieni emeu
depth  ol  50 chains  oo  the  Easti i Ij
��� Ide ami 7o 11... Ins on  the  Westi rl (
��� (hereof, measured al rlghl an ���
to i he genei. ' i.. a. ol I be rlvi
tt i; iiia   the   bli   I
Block
on  snid  rivei   al oul   '���"    i ba h ���    up  ,|,,., ,
Blreatu  from the Southei Ij   bo ini i
ol   Block   I;   tbi'ii. e  up sti earn  4   l 2
miles in direci distance with a ...
. i 50 chains on the EaBterl,\ Bide and
70 chains on the wvsviij gide theie
of. measured  ai   rlghl  angles to  i
general  bearing  of  river within  the
, block.    The whole contains an  .  '
\ ni s.i'. io in ies. more or  ���
j      The   snivel    is   |,i   le   made   Wl
I one year of receipt of tendi i
The regulations under which ,1
li. ense vill be Issued, also printed
forme "i tendei and envelope, ma> be
obtained at this Department or at the
office  ol  the  Crown  Timber   Agenl
I al   New   Wesl minster, B, 0.
._> . ��� -       amt   to   a   northwestern
whe.,-  . ,a     ol  92,000,000 bushels.
Tm-.'i.-    re orta a rei ord trade for
the season in milliner)  al wholesale,
Buildi      hardware is a. tlva in  all
markel -
Montre il reports axpoi I dema i; r i
.is brisk
Bool and shoe manufacturers have
2.   Commencing al a Btak    planted   advanced pri es 20 pei cent
pi chains north of Posi  No   i. thence      1 Ivlt;   - ri   ��� rted a; Win
easl    1J0   .hains.   themt       north      SO    ���
i bains,  ihence  wesl  40 chains,  tllenoe        Co   ���      ���    -   re   > '���   6Ct(  i   to  improve
said  boundary line, thence easl  alone
said line 60 chains to poinl of com-
south   io   chains,  thenoe    west     so
Commencing al  a   |      i   chains   to line  11   location    No,    I,
4 ' . ha us to  . olnl    of
Comment omen;
I'ii \S'.i;   RIVER   Ll MUl'K   CO.,
.1. R  SHARPE,
Secretarj
Stake,i Septembei  6th, 18(rS.
F. CRAKE.
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through  knowledge of the
business in England with 1(1  vears  ex-
Kuoh lender nmsl be   accompanied  perience.   Later was 7 years' manager
by   an   acepted   choline   on   a   chart-  of the watch repairing department, of
mved hank in fevdr of the Deputy Ot   �������*% I*���"1 , &    Co"    Montreal.
Henry Birk s business manager part ot
(lie  Minister  of the  Interior,  for  ihe
the time.
Bl
The location of the properties may De i
l;iH <>r at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors
no ner neve
| PERLEY  (!.  KEYES,
���~""~" ~       1 Secretary.
dl   (ill   the   IIUlpS   ('ithei'   at   the   Municipal I Department  of  the  Interior.
I Ottawa, July 27th, 11106.
amoutii of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license, j    English,    Swiss,  American   and   all
No tends, by telegraph will be en-  complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
teitalned.
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocei
. ana-   tO       ove
\-.. - ictlve      oil Ml   " h
Coi itnbia    is
..   export
��� :. ��� -       ge and col-
���   good
. .   n ,n   o it   ag .ins;   13
"    g\    ������ ,  , -       [)   thi!    week   II   >'Oar
....
Bank Clearing..
N'ew  , Si The  following
 ! '��� arings as oom
.a-    - for   the     Week
6., Sl a" a-   per centage
ie as compared
w Ith   the    . . i. - onding     week    last
.'"���a.
Montre.il, $27,873,826; Increase 82.8.
Toronto. $17,848,369; increase 4.2.
Winnipeg, $8,832,076;   increase 56.7.
Ottawa,  $2.4f.2.i:��.;   increase 6.3.
Halifax. $1,739,769;   increase 4.4.
Vancouver, $2,603,999; increase 37.6.
���   Quelle,-.  $1,857,128;   increase 5.6.
St. .lohn, $1,023,332;   increase 8.2.
London. Om.. $864,101 ; increases.
Victoria, $817,751;  increase 4o.(..
Calgary, $W0,865
Edmonton,  $512,442.
FOR RENT���Largo, well lighted room,
suitable for an office. Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
i
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. .     i
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily N'e* = Pu;.
i-bing   Comjiany,   Limited,   at   theli
iffices   corner   of   Sixth   aci   Fr ini
ri'.reets. New Westminster,  3. C.
MANAGING  DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown R.   J.   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient display advertising, K>
cents per line (nonpariel)  12 lines to
tbe inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold fa.-"3 type. 2"
."(���n's per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
ecats per line.
Koi time contracts, special posi
Lions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
death.-. 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let. etc.. one cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
leso than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business office       22
Editorial   office       17
Manager's   residence    277
<__ X'-Sf-'i*-.
SATURDAY. SEPT. S, 1906.
BRITISH   COLUMBIA.
Vi ben   Bryan,   the eel -   -
aske1   whal   most sed  hi        n
the   occasion  of i.i-     is       i London,
he ansv* ��� -. ed,   how vi        ttle th
pli   of .. m lon    :.   ���'���   i   '     their i wn
. Itj
Sup] oSe    - i .'���   .- m     visi
el le i cross exam ne
a lot of the citizens o British Colum-
bia aboul theii own province, would
he noi e likelj to give i si
ansv ��� : How much do you know. for
it. itam e,  . ioui i;: itish Columbia.
The Intelligent stranger will pi
al A know more accurate'.;, -han you
do the number of square miles which
the Province cove:--, but figures
tl ���" kind, while they have their vai ie,
are not very Illuminating. Whal is
to be found in these .- [ua ���- mi ��� .-.
Gold, silver, copper, iron, coal, tlm-
will occur to i ������ - ��� me. One of
the Kootenay papers says: "all a pessimist has to do in British C lumbla,
to be ime complete'.;- cured of that
dread disease, is to travel through
British Columbia." Take the district
south of the Fraser, between Chilli-I
wack and the Gulf of Georgia. Except timber, and It - :. il sp sclally
rich   in that,   i-  may   te   Slid   to be
THE DAILY NLWS
i-- JP.DA f.
-.   . .
Experience is the best teacher.
Housekeepers, who have tried
them all, say WINDSOR TABLE
SALT is the perfect table salt
It has been too much the fashion
to leave the settler to "paddle his
own canoe." When he h id ; ai i certain moneys and obtained certain pa-
��� s, the In erest ol the government
in him was exhausted until the time
��� ': ������ ' u the t ix gatherer to visil him.
There should be a change of programme in this respect. We may
; sas ma  I    expect   taat   the  ovei flow
t any i if i he n    iral rl hes named it. the catalogue -'..''ii above;  yei
It   is  one of  th.-  richest   districts  in from       '   Northwest   will   give  is  a
.-   Province.    Give   it   the    lailway very large number of land seekers in
immunicatlon   which   It   needs,   and ,h,J neN"   !e'v >*ears   ':'J   ver.v  much
better roads to feed thi   rallwa; -. and nui-'    "'   ion,?  '���'"  '--e   future of the
in  a few  years i's  population would Province   by   the  creation   of  proper
be multiplied  by  ten.    And it  would machinery   for   .   iking    after    them.
be a  permanent   population.    Mining Fifteen or sixteen years ago, when the
camps  wax  and   wane,   timber  limits Iast of   "he   prosperous   times   which
are denued and abandoned; coal mines preceded  the depression of the mid-
ecome  exhausted;   but   the   farming die '90s, brought to our shores thou-
se tlement   grows  in   wealth   as   the sands ot' intending settlers,  most  of
years go on.    There  is good  promise tht,m   were  allowed   to  go   away  dls-
now   thai   'be   needed   railway   com- appointed  simply   because it   appear-
munication will speedily  be supplied, ">  '"  be  ao one's  business  -o  look
and il nrl 11 do for the country through after  'hem   an'j   "ive   Ihl?m   Infcrma-
which  it  runs whir   the  B.  C. E.  R. '''���"'���'���     A  country   which  has  millione
has done tor the   lo en a lies   letwe n "" -"rti,e acres '>'i!-�� wa>'"- a!1' which
Is    il    and Vancouver, which a few la   sending millions  of dollars every
���brough  the "a-   '" enrich  foreign  farmers   cannot  afford  that  sort of thing.    It  is
well ''i see that any proposed Invest-
- ' ol capil il it; lai ge industries an I
i ������ . iresi ai: i is now a s in o   - .   ir-
.-.   -��� eel
We    mention   the  Chilliwa     Delt i
:..'.
to  emphasize   I ilnt   that     romising    enterprises    receives    all
���:ai-. timbei an i fish do not ex-
-��� the resources the Province.
ii-itish Columbia is in    < ppor-
���   ir   enc mragement;   but   it   it, a
greal   mistake   to   - ippose   that   tbe
ermanenl  prosperity  of the country
-   : Ities   for agric i i   re,        ticulture,   ; an     '"'A  if  ���*' ,M:"  n    Is nol
���aising,  lai       ?    ��     'n insisted   5'ven to the man who comes here to
.    t . this  fai'     ..-'. ine i   general   ��� ��� ���' ' !,:" :   '   ' country,  pur
sing
-:.: ;  n   i :S. Ia ������   . ������ irs        E 1-
ward Blai e's "sea ���' luntains" o -
talne I almosi as tn ich irrencj . -
KI] ling's  "L . Ij the  Snow s."        !
:  . - .- ' ess    ��� ��� ���  . ���  .'. Ill
'    ���   id   ;   tha;   vs hi :.  i ':.���-;.   ha i   hi a   i
���   ���   wonderful   n Iner
ry, they ha I hear I the whole
story, i - a conse . ieni e, w are
sen ling o it of the co inti every ; ear
a illions of dollars ' ir food - ufl -
thai   coul i   ani   -   - .  . rai e 1   in
the   Province.
The rente.iy   lies   it:   th      ir vlding   ""
of fuller infi ra ation an i be ter means
��� >    -ran-: ortation.    Thi i fai ms
in British Columbia todav among the
to  live
tl ������   sweat    of  his
ii":;.   W.   Ti       ��� .   :.. Minister  of
.   Reven ;���-.  ��iii   i e i nter a ned
the  j . ing          rals of  Victoria
riches   of   -., :,    Ti es lav   even    g,
Their   Exi ellencies    the    govern r
���    al    in i   Lad;   Gi ey  will   hold   i
lie    :������ .���;.': :.  al   the    parliament
ii lings, Victoria, on the evening of
'7.
��� o- ������	
A- a pointer on lishery resources,
take the fact thai i single steamer,
weed-and-bn;sh-grown fields of which the Squid, delivered to the cold stor-
good houses ind iarns are falling in- age establishment in N'ew Westmln-
to ruins. lecause the produce cluster, during the isi five months,
those fields could not profita Ij be three hundred tons if tresh halibut,
taken to market. This cannot, in The steamer, by the way, is appro-
-'' " Instances, be cured it; a day iatelj named for he service In
or a year; but a more active and in- which Bhe Is engaged, as a pie_e of
telligent interest. In agricultural pro- squid Is said to be about the best
gress on the par- of the government bail one can use for halibut Small
would do a good deal to cure it | herring   ire  used        the  commercial
1 fishermen,  ml  tie    Id kl ioI  un   -
ii the devil fish A
lng him u     rith i      in b       sticks to
v.iii, a. he        gs vin lictivelj. onl
: : - ���.-. n  it.       be    ���
and ��� ii   es I i ser re as
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take  notice  that   application    has
been male to register E. M. Carncr iss
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation Of
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Churehlan 1 bearing date the -th
day of June, A. D., 1905. of a'.' and
singular that certain parcel or tr.iet
of Ian 1 .,_ 1 premises situate, lying
and being in tbe District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, tn ire particularly known
and described as���Lots >5. T. 8, 9, IT
and 18 Block 25, Lots 15, 16, 17. 18,
19 Block 40 being parts of _ at.h Wesl
quarter of Section ���>. Township 7, also
Lots l. 2, A i, ���".. Block 40 being parts
South West quarter Section 6,
Township 7. New Westminster Dia
trict
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of th>-> I i\ pur
chaser within forty-five days from th i
date of the fir.-t publication of this
notice, and in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens being tiled
w il hin sui h perio I. or in default ol
re lempl: m before registration, 1
shall register E M Carncross, as
iwne there if In fee I direct that
the pu ilication of this notice for one
���- ii th In a daily newspaper publ
in N'ew Westminster will be good
���; i  sufficient  sen ice hereof.
Dal ��� i the Land Registry Offli e,
N'ew Westminster, Province of Brit-
ish <' ilum .i.i. this 24th day of Aug isi
A   D. 19 16.
C.   S   KEITH
District Registrar.
T i H. Vi! in Ire, Daniel J. Munn.
George F Rlsteen and William Thlba-
dea ;.
All persons served with ibis notice, and those claiming through or
under them, ani all persons claiming
any interest in the Bald land by virtu.'
of a:i. :ini'>'^ ������������.���l instrument, .itil
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisl ms
of th.- "Land  Registry Act," shall be
ir     ipped   and  debarred  from
 lng up any claim to or in res;.""
r -hi�� said land so .-oil for tax"s as
;.:>'.ilel by the "Land Registry Act."
W.  R.  Gilley. 'PU
one !���_-_.
J-  R. Gniey. 'Hhon-  < it
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, b>ick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. -"otter*    c ��- Rew*r pipe, etc
Local agents Vancouver ft  ''tland Cement Co
Office, Front Street, New Westminrter,   BC-. Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-b
B. C. Mills, Timbei' and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I Manufacturers  and  Dealers  tn  All kinds of
J   Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash    Doori.
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.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.,
Telephone  12. New Westminster
Wanted���\   good   milk    cow,    newly   Wanted   Foi   Hind -'
. lived.    K   Ramshach, Cltj I.a-u   MAn  Sing, N'o,   56 M
W.mv I-Active.     inteillgeu-      lads Wanted   at   0nce    Qul
aboul eighteen years of age, at Fruit er��eUc bo-va    ���""m l5 ''
Cannery, Fr.ui- X "" a��e'    v          "    '   '
��� Cans li..:. Can Facl ir)   Sixth
Wanted    _i   once.    Men to contract
tor ' itting 5 100 to H>,ODD oris oi For   Sale   Second   hand
shingle bolts     V'pl-  to the Fraser cart   and   harness     W   il
River   Lumber Co, ire A   Speck, Colum da    reel
rOR   MEN
a)
You are invited to learn exactly the correct styles for Fall and Winter Footwear by inspecting
our new stock of
/
All   American   Shoes
The most up-to-date and swellest line of footgear manufactured, and the acknowledged standard of
fashion for men.   The All American has never before been shown in New Westminster.
Shoes for Women-The Edward C. Burt, manufactured in New York. The accepted models of
style and acknowledged the highest grade of Women's Shoes made in the States.
Utz & Dunn's Shoes, made in Rochester, N. Y. Another high-grade Shoe. Every pai ern meets the
demands of fashion.
For fVlen and Women���Dr. Jaegers Slippers. English goods. The most stylish and most comfortable Slipper made.   We are Sole Agents.
Rubbers for Men, Women and Children���We have just opened 72 cases of Rubbers and
offer for your inspection the largest stock ever carried in the city. Round toes, pointed toes, broad
toes, narrow toes���no shoe too narrow, no sole too wide. Whatever the shape of the shoe, our
Rubbers will fit the foot.
SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW DISPLAY TONIGHT.
\��
W. ��. SINCLAIR,
The Leading Shoe Store
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thc n vin st ws
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T-XKES    PLACE    ON
Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept.   1 Uh and   12th, '06
:
$-2.50 a ml jo.l>0 Sluts, vMirs tor -
$3.00 an.. $3.50 Suits. >tnns foi
; $3.75 am. 54.50 Suits, vow* toi  -   -
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impetent artist in tho pi ���- n    :' Miss Keith, formerlj
lected with a leading Vancouver store and also
rominent millinery departi lents in the east.
Satisfactory trimming i-
p.ve your order at SMITH'S.
red you  if  you
Details of opening in Monday's papers.
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
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We have not only the largest S [\w\,m rro��  following dssei-ibeii "P���� riwK.. umitrd" st. Paul to
,   ,      ,     ,     1      �� U/ATrHFS   :   '-''i'i*.  '���' '  Wm   i��f Hip limtl  nr     (;;';'"��"-  "^"^  U��e"  Omaha  to
and best Btocl- of WATCHES y p|t| ukg ,; w w- ,      ��Vcitv? chi^S
l��� the city, but also have the 4 u,�� R) ,, .uk8 Piant-d tin the North    N��� tr.)insyin the v3vi�� on _ny
i .,r��.n,M- Cm.- Iln- HAMII - '��� ' '*' '"""'' "r "'" F " ,*",,,,""''"i cili'ci.i in the world that equal In
Wie agent) iui \>u ���"�� ��� g ,���,, ,UlUu N��� l0n8( tnettdfl N01'tll-rlyUtlulbte.ni that of the Chicago, Mil-
���  i     *���   -- i..    lii.w.   l-ccriirur   ,*.   un ���i,nli,_   Hiniin.   Weal     do    hlmltta,I *__k.t>  &   St.   Paul   Railwav.     Thev
'���' TON WATfHFS "-hich for accurate time keeping \   ��� ohiiiia, ii " jv��i
H      'UH    VVAIinU   \,IIU li Kliiii,i���._   U.nilli   .Mil   i-linliis
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:      W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, fke Jeweler, Columbia St.
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!������    "i'.|ii"   Hiiulli   Mil   ilinltiu.   IIhmici'   __.ll
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H'.   Htniipii An��ii9i istli, mon
iv.uiIt ,. ,S,- St. Paul Railway. Tliry
nwn nui operate their own sleeping
anil (lining cars on alll their trains ami
I'.ivc their patrons an excellence of
-u-ipiK- not obtainable elsewhere,
Willi :i f crime OJ pi'.,!.', '\- w oil :r: pl,"r:r,i.'. w >'���
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i. Mi.,i.a.''ii,4$��fttfP4*fW'll THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY.   SEPT   --    --,,
Win $15Q in Gold
Reichenbach  Company,  Limited
PRIZE
COIMTEST!
Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
First Prize $50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���AH holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Reichenbach  Co.,   Ltd.
Columbia Street
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7._5 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster  10.30 daily.
Arrive  New Westminster 19.10 daily.
C. P. P.. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. W. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv.  Seattle, 12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15,   10.30,   19.10,  20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 6.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4..".5 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
V.. W. &  Y��� VANCOUVER
Lv. \". W. :: p, m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
(I. N. R.���PORT GUICHON,
Lv. N. \V. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, _:40 i'. m.; ar. N. W.
I  r. j. in. and 6 ;.. m
Mondays only.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Ea.st Burnaby  1.15   1.20 p.m.
Steveston, etc.... 1.30p.m. 10.30a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.4C pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. P.. 10.00 p.m- 1^.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m. COO p.m.
. Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.   12.00 m.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
��t;;ge c'lily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Briti_h  Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change witnout    notice.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leav s Vanoouve
Sept. 10th.
Princess    May    leaves
Vancouver, Sept. 13th.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver.
Sept 21st
Princess
Sept 23rd.
Princes! ^^^^^^^
Oct.  2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver.
Oct 4th.
Princess   May    leaves   Vancouver,
Oct  i.tli.
landings   between   New   W<  tminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Le.i'.^s Vancouver at '.' p, m., 2nd
and lr.th of each month, calling at
Skidegate nn first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate,
For   reservations   and   Information
Vancouver  ral; or address
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two   fas:   transcontinental   trains
with dining cars and through tourist
and   first-class  sleepers daily.
Atlantic   Express  leaves  at   7:25.     ,
Imperial  Limited,  leaves  at   17:20.
May    leaves    Vancouver
May    leaves    Vancouver
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Wes'rninsier.
B. .1.  COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria
\V. H. GARDINER,
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept,
New Westminster.
SEATTLE
IOOI.
Leave
0.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m-
Q 40 a.m.
in.
Day Train
..   Spokane
..Rossland
.. . Nelson  ..
Arrive
.7.15 p m.
.4.10 p.m.
6-45 P-m
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, l
and 8 a, m., an 1 every half hour thereafter til] 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver  for  Westminster at
��auie hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver-
Prom N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat, 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. in.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From SteveBton, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W,, Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.in.
11   A, JACKSON.
Mail Service
Close.      Received
Seattle, via Sumas.10 pni.      8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver in.00 p.m.   n.ooa.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45a.m. 3.30p.m
Van. & Cent Park...l0.30a.m. 2p.m
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.m
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
Tl 1 SEND Vi ITJ 1 iVl!:
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day ui the Ye.ir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
TIIE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world, The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious (lining
car, reclining chair cars (scats free),
modem day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further Information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
120 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA
ROUTE.
Pr.ncess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at  1 1
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Li aves New Wi strains ter al 7 a, m
on Wednei daj and Mond ij -
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
1 .��� aves  Vi
I
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. tfOyl IT
Sept. 8,9, & 10   |04.IJ
Good till Nov. 30th.
ED. GOULET,
C. P. K. Agent,
New Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger    Ajent,
Vancouver.
I
Great Northern Ry. j
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway licit In British Columbia, may be honiesteaded l.v any pi-r-
son who Is the sole bead of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
1    ,��_v_�� Vancouver dally except Rat-|tbe extent  of one-quarter  section of
unlay  and  Sunday  at   1:30  p.  m.  Sab   "'" acres,  more or less,
urday
j Northern Pacific
it 2:30 p. m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at ll p, m. on 1st,
Ttli.  ll'tli and  20th Of each month for
Ashousit nnd way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way   points,   Leaves  Victoria  ou   20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at. I! p, m. and Saturday
at _ p. m. with additional trip on Monday at ,ri a. rn.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday nnd Saturday at
7 fi. m.; Friday at I! a. in. additional
1 rip Sut urday G p. rn.
UPPER FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
.Mondays,  Wednesdays and  Fridays.
Entry musi be made personally at
tin. local land ofiice for the district in
which the land A situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At   least  six   month.-'  residence
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Kates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates to  Southern  California.
Daily I NEW
Leave  WESTMINSTER Arrive
I'-AlOamiiiiii,,,.,  Bellfng
*:���������> pni hum       Hurling 9 -
Iton,   Mt.    Var'
non,     Everett
Seattle        aud
Portland.
*:3, pm Spokane,      Sl     00 ; m
|Paul    and    ali
points  Fast. B
9.20 amlAnacortes, 00 pm J
IWoolley,     uiu] 1
|Rockport
3:HO pm Vancouver 9 20 am   ���
9:66 pm| 1  15 pm *
Lv.    New    Westmlnstei
Guichon 3:60 ;,. m   Ar, G
6  p-   in.,  Monday,   Wedne
Friday.
8:46  a.   in    ar.  from C .
9:30 a. m. l.v. for Vanci
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. pnul, Minni
Winnipeg. Duluth, Chic .
Louis and all  points East,
For    complete    Inforn      1
rates,   berth   reservation,   ���
cull on ur address,
I''. ('. MEYERS, A.'.-.
Hank of Commerce Building.
New   Westminster, B. C
S. G. YICRKKS, A. (I   I'   A .
Corner Second Avenue and Co
lumbia St., Seattle, Wash.
foi   j
laj. j
ind   in   For full informtiun cal
on or write
the said land ^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,  this  advertise
Thursday   and   Sal unlays,   calling  nt | for,
I
upon  and  cultivation  of the
each year for three years.       .oh     C. E. LANG, General Agent.
(2) It the father for mother, if the ... ��� .. Bi ,, _ _
father is deceased) of the homesteader > m Hastings St., Vancouver, B. (
resides   upon   a   farm   in   the   vicinity'                  A.D.CHARLTON,
of the land entered fur the require- Portland, Ore. \. G.   _
ments as to residence may be satisfied ' ���	
by such person residing with the fa-I x a 1/ ���=
ther or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent !
residence   upon   farming  land   owned j
by him in  the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence
upon
fluent  will  not  be   paid
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
for CONRAD, CARCROSS   ATLIN ________________________________
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and And all the principal business centers 01
AIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except  ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAR!
mail
j^^_    Daily
Sunday)    carrying    passengers
express   and    "   ' '
stapes at Q���	
maintaining a through winter service
I'or information apply tn
J- II.  ROGERS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
TIMF PROVINCKS.
ul   freight   connect   with Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
arcross and White Horse   PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
Assistant Qen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, L35 Adams St.. Chicago, IN. ^-"'-������
SEPT. 3,  1906.
THE DAILY INEWS
PROFESSIONAL
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I OIPTON BOLE,
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treet, opposite
estmiuster.    M me;   to
MI, WEART  & McQUARRIE,
i   ore, etc.       I if
,, ei tmin iter, Trapp Blk.,
r ' t,>n   and   Lome   Btreets
. -.    li to -I, 4t", Oran-
..    jMeph Martm, K. C. ...
J t, W.  I*.  McQuarrie   H. A
'-.   Martin  wi*   be  lo th}
"Vi,'.A      ter orflces erery Friday af
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.;.  REIT)  &   BOWES   Bi -.-.
. [I irs,   etc.,   42    I j.me
.-..   Court   Hon   ���    New
ter.    J. IA Bowes, P O. Boi
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B   C.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK ANDREW CARNEGIE
Foot f 4th Ave. Co, 16th S WRITES  SOME  MORE
New Westminster, B. c.
CONDENSED   STORIES.
John
Returns to  Agitation  for  Spelling  Reform  and  Finds  S-.ice  in
London  Times.
Sept, 7     '   Londoi   A   -
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly fur-
��� i   i '   :
rushed.
W. E. EMERSON
p   "sidence:
AGi-tForOurU,,tome^,���
BOAftD OF TRADE.���New   We
���   ol   T      e mi
, Cii     H tollov
of i   ch mo
ia .,:.-- on  the  Bi
of     Febru M ��� :,
,- fl  Novem ���   .       f   p. m.
Ings   on   the I
ol      Fe ii lary.     Ne*
. . n        be   | ropo ed   i n i
��� .,1     :. "  qu >'���'���
��� .      ���_   a. E. White, Sei.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION  LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. 4 A. M.
������   regular    meeting    of    'his
:-      i on the First Wednesday it:
- onth, at  ��� o'i loi _ p. m., In
the   Masonic   Temple.     Sojourning
ren are cordlall:   Invited to at-
Hr.  W.   A.  DeWolf  Smith,
Bi       iry.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
��� ,���
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
!     ������ ''      ER, Gem        M i. iger ' LEX. LAIRD, Ass   Gen . Manager.
BRANCHES  THROUGHOUT   CANADA.   AND   IN   THE   UNiTED   STATES
AND ENGLAND.
BANKING BY  WAIL.
Business may be transacted by mail with any branch
ii the bank, Accounts may be opened c nd deposits made
01 withdrawn by mail. Every attention is paid tu out-of-
town accounts.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. it DAVIDSON. Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
KING SOLOMON  LODGE,  NO. 17. A.
K   iv   A.   M.���Regular   communlca-
of this lodge are held on the
I  Tuesday   In  each  month in
M     nie Temple, al 8 p. m.    Visit-
:. thren   are   cor.lially   Invited
tend.   D. W. Gilchrist. Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY. No.-��59
:���!   ���-:   k.  of  !..  meets  Becond and
'   rth Friday of each month, at  8
iti   Orange   hall,   corner   of
a avenue and .lohn at ree'     S i
;..,-��� ing Sir Knights i ordlally In
\ ti , to attend. W. E_ QutUop, Wi
P.:    E. E.  Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   1150
Meets  ln  Orange  ball   first  and
tl    | Friday in eai h month at 8 p
Visiting brethren are cordlall)
���   | tn attend.    E. E.  Matthias
W. M.: J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I, 0   0. F.���AMITY  LODGE.  No. 27���
The regular meetings of ibis lodge
a ���  I   Id in Oddfell iws' hall, Colum-
��� eet,  e\ er;   Mon lay  evening,
. .... k.   Visiting brethren cor
Invtted to  ittend.   S  J. Maj
W. C  Co itham, Rec.-Sec.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED lSli.
incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND   $10,000,000
Rl   Hon   Lord  Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
i '���   Honorary President
11',-a.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S Clouston Vice President   and   General   Manager.
General banking business transacted,
Branches in all tbe principal ci'ies in Canada, in London, Eng., New
i. . . Chicago, and St. John's Nt'ld.. and correspondents in all parts of the
ivorld
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTME1NT
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
: In a 1 il       to  the   Loi .
'���.    ��� irns to his defence of Presl
denl Roosevelt's spi ...;,_, ,,-.,.. a��� | ;.,.,
���' '���'��� >  ������     of spelling reform  He -a. s:
'I  i'��    \t     ti' .t i i    \      pi So rar from    '���'"'y't~    distinctively
124 _ii{hvn M" ���Ne" WBsiioinsier, ct, ���.       ,., tne ,,.,..:.,,.._,-,  propose(1
changes  in  spelling  are  .-elected  by
_   ,;i ' simplified   spelling    oard     from
: -:'.-     ,0 ��� I   words   agri ed   upon and
''"  iinl    ecommended In 1888  .. i ie
-   l' ������ -... lei ���   .,    Loi : -     -   ;
the Ai        an Philological  - >cii   ���
'":    ""      -   th.-: lerati n.    The   liai
.<-.,.'  he  ' ��� ind al the end of the last
���   i diction.      al-
H, the '-''*��� '"'���""    greed upon in -
,__, ��� ..     ianges.   ThU reform, therefrom  | i.ii itogiats
*-h ...  .    .     in dee I Pi >fess h Skeat
:    ��� he s-   " : ian  th it   the  li-'
.   j 'A ii    he      ither-
ni i >b .     that  one
-. e taki ii : governmenl
:.��� it, ie thi      a .    .      t. n imely,
the a ipointmenl ol  - Mnmittee
���   as    .���.;-.Ised   our   ? nein oenl     '��� hal
. select   from  thi   i.tgesl  list
In      diate   adopti a     it'   ��� ich  a
lon   were   appointe I   I   doubt
noi ���       II would endorse the selection
madi the presldenl bj the Ameri-
��� i. and the language would
in- one. It is never to l.e forgotten
��� thai a ended spellings can only be
... aa tti i tor general acceptance. It
.- ���.:������ people who decide what is to
bi adopted or rejected. Were the two
... vernments jointly to submit certain
. hanges, however, this would, no
doubt, result in the eventual adoption
of many."
A    Story    That     Mads    Senator
Sherman   Laug
Ti... i J       Sherman,
who:.. '-.       V'lr-.
ted to .-eo
ana with
Homer Kort,
-.- ','i '.,     .
terviewe I     "���' p?��ta ..     *   >pie
perhaps I        George ' ,v''^
send.    Mr. Shei   an's friendliness
for Mr. Fort a amusing
way.    The latti r sent his i ard to
the ex-secretary of
In E��ery Package of Colgate'; Denial Powder
We Give a Present ol a cake of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
FREE,       (G_e.t Room Size)      FREE
A Wonderful Bargain.
H. RYALL
DRUG STORE
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Mrs.   Ruie   I).   Meeke,   the   poular
���   ��� irtalner,  will   srive   an  evening of
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.   diamatlc   readings,  dialect   selections
 . and   ventriloquism   ln   Knox   Presbyterian church, Sapperton, on Monday
evening,   September     1".    admission
2E   cents.     Mrs.   Meeke   is  an artist
in  her   line,   and   well   worth   a  trip
Highest prices paid for second-hand   l"   Sapperton   to bear.      There    are
bottles,  rubbers,  brass,  man>' favorable press notices of form-
Junk and Second-hand
Store
goods,   junk,
copper, old shoes and all me'.als; also
old clothes, etc.   write or ca'.'..
S. BROWN,
Front Stret,  New Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
er   entertainments.
REFORM RESTAURANT
Carnarvon St., between 10th and Mclnnis.
First Class Meals at all Hcurs.        I
English, Japanese and Chinese  Styles. |
From 1 Sc. up.
A. 0. U, W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
- Meetings the first and third Tues-
ia each month. Visiting
I rethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. C. W. hall, Odd'
' wr' block, Clarkson street, c.
S Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
d . ter workman.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
ii  Wednesdaj  of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., al
- t it. White R ise D< gree, Fourth
'��� ��� Inesday   In   e,\i h month, same
nd place. Visiting Brethren
cordl illy Invited E. B. Stlnch-
comb,, Pros., ll   Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.OF.
ts the Fourth Friday In the
h   m   s  o'clock,  In  the  small
Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting
brethren are cordially lm Ited to-al
tend.   .1. ii. Rushton, C. R.; F. ���'���
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. o. f.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are hei I on the Second
ut. i Fourth Tuesda ��� of "ach month
a' ! ;.. ni. In the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly In-
I ted I" alien.I. I-i. C. Firth, C. R.'p
V.  !'.   Maxwell.  Sec
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162 Total  Assets  $36,373,576.
Branches and correspondents ia.ill   the  principal  cities of the  world.
General banking business transacted.
$1 epena an account.   Interest ad led half yearly
Colie : hi- made al  I iwest rates.
Open   Saturday  nights from 8 to 9 o'clock.
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice is hereby given that tho
Voters' List for the year 1006 has been
completed, and that the same may be
seen at this office for thirty days from 	
the date hereof:  and any person who  GIVE US A TRIAL,
shall claim to be added to the said
i    t, or any Elector who -hall     JVfrS.   LlZZlC    diail,
PROPRIETRESS.
"AH,  WT.RE TOU AT ZE Ft'NEHAt?"
was al the Fifth Avenue hotel, lie
was im ited to the senator's room
and found the Ohio statesman in a
gloomy, reticent mood. After some
preliminary interrogatories that resulted in negative replies the newspaper writer told n few jokes to his
apparently cold listener. This is
the one that caused tiie senator to-
laugh and melt sufficiently to give
a long and important interview.
An Anglo-Saxon citizen in New
Orleans attended the funeral of a
Frenchman's wife. Several days
afterward, meeting the bereaved
husband on Canal streel, the latter
asked, with Gallic jauntiness, "Ah,
were you at ze funeral?" Tho
American said yes.
"How ymi t'ink 1 did?"
"Oh, splendidly! Y >:: . ��� :ared
to be fond of vour wife, a- it took
four men" to hold you and control
your grief and ai live emotion."
"You wer.' only at ::������ house, eh ?
You should have gone to _e i i ���-
taire, for there I raise ze Cain���it,
take ten men to hold me!"���Leslie's Weekly.
desire to have any name erased there>
from, must prefer his or her request
In writing, signed with his or her
name, and shall deliver, or cause same
to be delivered, to the City Clerk
v-ithin the time hereinbefore specified.
W.  A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City  Clerk's  office,  city  Hall,  New
Wesl mil's'er.   Sept   1.   1906.
new Westminster ukaimch p. g. LYLE, Manager.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us tbe undersigned, as loggers,
ln the District ot New Westminster,
uu ler the firm name of Allen ,_ West,
has this daj been dissolved by mutual
consent.
Persons having any claim against
the sai.l firm are hereby required '.<
present tile same with full  particulars
ii our solicitor, .1. P. Hampton Bole,
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W. McRAE,
| Merchant Tailor j
Columbia  Street.
Full line of English, beoten ana Irish
tweeds and worsteds always in s;.vi;
Spi ng  suvk  now  in.    Make vour
��� Bier tlon.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Coluni-i.i st.
Baggage delivered    promt   x   ���-' *'���'���
,-art ot the oily.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meel "very Wednesday
at s o'clock |i. m.. in Oddfellows'
Hall. Columbia street. Visit In:-'
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Ceo. Burr. S. (".; N. R. Brown
Sec.
... . ,,��� ... ���..��,r ,,7__n.rp New Westminster Opera House Light and Heavy Hauling
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS   -   s_pt.8,o6    - -~��
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLE-
CAMP, 191.���Meets on Hie Flrsl and
Third Tuesday of every month In
K. of P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief;  ,1. .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY   SURGEON,
Late of Manchurian Japanese Army
Service.
Offke, 300 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
RICHARDS & PRINGLE'S J. MEN LEY
FAMOUS
���   ; - GEORGIA MINSTRPt S
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.    ��� WI��U
in Comedians   Sins-el's iA
W Pancors     Acrobats ""
Manufacturer- of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Residence Phone 60.
Office Phone 2666.
Office II" rs    j {
9 a.m. to S p.m. I  *������
The Carruthers MaruifacturlriK Co.
VANCOL C.
(JeorKeous    scenic    and. electrical
effects.
Tickets on sale at H. Ry all's drug
slore on Thursday morning.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eolith Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   St.  C.
Mr.  Whyte and  Mr. Gorman.
In the summer of 1871 Mr.
Whyte, the new senator from Maryland, then senator and Democratic
state leader, was seated in his law
office in Lexington street, between
Courtland and Calvert. A slender
young man. slightly above medium
height, with a pale, intellectual face,
lonj:, straight black hair and Large,
keen blue eyes, entered Hie room
where the senator and party leader
was examining a law report and,
with a winning smile and patting
out his hand, said:
"Senator Whyte, 1 have come in
to say that 1 am favorable to your
nomination for governor. 1 am Arthur Gorman of Howard county."
Although he had heard of hiro
as a rising young Democrat, it was
Mr. Whyte's lirst meeting with the
late Senator Gorman.
When the '. _-'.;��� ;;,- of 1872 convened the ��� ounty leaders went ()
Governor Wl te, who had jusi been
inau jural s to tha
e'.\ tioi ' ��� - a-, r of the ho i e
of delegates. With cnaraeteristic
decisioii and     - i I  thi
eruor sa '.
"Wh\, yo -      t the man t u
the place."
-.\\ ���     ������        then "sti
asked, in .     i   -
"Young G )rma_ of 11 iward," answered   Governor   Whyte,   v..
w.>rd was law, arid Mr. Gorman became the speaker, -Baltimore Sim.
Twam and the BilUardist.
Mi-ir's Twain ; > been telling th i
billiard sior^ "Onot when 1 wm
an underp i ���; Virginia
City a str.-v iened a
';        . pi 1 wenl I
and In pi ��� hich T
't- 'lv-'for. ��� ���
'311st knock the h
go that 1 . ��� ������������ [did
So for awhile, 1   he said:
''1 will be -per fed I v fair with vou.
I'll play vou lef Ait-.!,.,!.' 1 "frit
hurl, for he was cross eyed, freckled
and had rod hair, so 1 deiermine'l
to teach him a lesson for his nuditci-
tv. He won first shol and ran clean
out, takinc my half dollar, and all
T got was the opportunity to chalk
mv ine. ii you can play like Ihat
with your left hand,' I said, 'I'd like
to sec vou play with your rigtit.'
'[ can't." was the prompt reply. 'I'm
left handed.' "���Strav Stories.
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THE DAILY   NEWS
SATURDAY.   SEPT. fi   to
set.
REASONS   WHVWeWantYourTraJ-
1. We can give yo   entire satisfaction.
���j.. We bave th" most complete stock of Fancy und Staple
Groceries on the coast.
'.',. We l-.-lieve i.i Quality before Quantity.
4.  We sell our g     Is at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
,__. PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
G. ADAMS,
WANTS HELP TO FIGHT
THE CONSUMPTIVE GERM
Lecturer    and   Organ.zer   Frcm    Ct:a-
wa  Delivers Address in the
Council   Chamber.
CHEAP   PUEL
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
Rev.   William Moore, D.  A., ol   Ottawa, se   ��� '       .-���'.-���: an I oi -  ���
'  ���- ���   na .        '��� - - ��� lation foi   the
Prevention of Cons impi ivas  the
Bpeaki mei ting held in the coun-
3t evening  in ei th-
the 1 ranch of the anti-
tube  miosis   - - .- Tbj   i hair was
ipied   by   His     Worship     Mayor
.-   :  .   Dr.   Fagan   ol   VI toria
..:. lal medical hi    tl     fflcei   ivas also pn -��� nt  an 1  - - lei     . . Iresse .
:   ��������� T:._.
The chaini an     ���        ��� |  Dr. M ore
:'-  ';   '���'���'��������� '<   - nl  in
troduced h ���      ���   -, ���  ��� ring     D
A ore   in      s opi ning  ren a ,.-
��� ��� ���   .     ...
It was io n eans    th..    small* -1
ihe ��� - -        led   ipoi    to
��� --���    '������':������ -_:i  onlj   spea  lng
: i  a   short    Ime and   ; resenting I  ���
eet of the e ei���\ in .i- c ���;.    - -
isivi :.i.-    . -     --. ;.   ������;.   -
be    -    esen ���-.;   w ..-   i n ganiz- .
in   1901, a-  Ottawa    at   the  insti
Earl Minto who had been a     ised
'���    the      :������ I lesj :���-..-i     :av   -���--      bl Ing
:   .   a
' :   ���      til 11 ---iii'--
H<
M. BELYEA &
Telephone    150.
���call on....       WOMEN WILL CQNDL'CT
T.AMu-r&Co.     TEA ROOM AT THE FAIR
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Executive    of    Local    Cou-T.il    Undertakes the Job  and   is   Promised
Assistance.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. ��� ��� ��� B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
Ail business promptly
attended to.
A meeting ol  the executive of the
Local   Council   <:   Women   was   held
in the  board of trade room last evening, v.ben it was announced that the
lil ��� wo ild again conduct a tea room
Ing   the exhibition   th*   profits to
bi   devoted  to the Royal  Columbian
iltal. Two societies w-iu attend to
the  work of dispensing tea each day
i! iring the fair.    Mrs   fcirown reported
that  the Royal Templars would assist
in  an;,   way  considered   advisable by
theii   deli gates, ��.:,;:<   Mrs. Broad re-
ed that eight societies bad agreed
to  assis'   in   the man  gement of  the
tea  rooms.    A  letter   was   read  trom
Miss E. Berry in  which she declined
tn acl as domestic sell nee teacher dur-
-..  'he exhibition, . :. . it was decided
that an ��� ffort sh< ild   I ������ made to sere th- services ol i nother domestic
t lenci   tei ihei   from  M ntreal.    The
������ ��� ��� ting then adjourne I   inti] Mon .
% bi n the regulai 11 incil mi etlng will
���  beld.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia Bt, N"<-w Westminster.
11-2 Storey Dwelling
In v. es i i.A i n ome; good build
ing*    ���       ��� ..       ���    - ���    in lawn and
Price $1150
Term : $500.00'cash; balance to suit
al 6 j er cent
1 A- story, five room dwelling od
AgB< - streel (Central) lot 33xGG. Priee
$1,050.00. Terms: $300.00 cash; bai
am'-    ���   6  ; ��� - cent.
Take  Precautions.
Washington, D, C 8epi . 7.���In
dew ol thi jomplaintg made each ;- ear
during the fishing season on Lake
Erie ': the seizure of American vessels "ii tbe Canadian side of the boundary for violation i . the Canadian
the suggestion has been made
that i...��� ������ Hii- : ������ map] e i correctly
and that I mys be sei along the boun-
��� . iin/' of demarkation beyond
which .���-������- froi t Ither -i le may
nol go. Thf suggestion Includes the
stationing of a revenue cutter in the
li.-i<- ol buoys to si-e thai the boundary
ls observed,    'ibis  subject  was   dis-
- ' ��� i    today  ��� .    .cling    Secretary
M it ,-i-    of the depan   ��� nl    of   com-
nd  laboi   an :     .   '..in   Ho.--.
lei - ��� :,'.'.   ��� .'������. a   ��� i   ���    service.
������        onventioi nelical   men
���  others   iti'... ��� ������ |  ;-. the  subjeel
an l  the   res A   was    b: i Lhe  -.- li I r
indei  whose management he was ad-
Ires sing bis ., ;;,. i.. ......
for edui itii oal n . . The soil l not aim to I lild oi to ; Id
I ' ��� ' . it rather at the forma ��� ��� -.
' I m inii Ipal Instil itions fi r ��� oml it-
ting   the  ravages   ol   ������< ns n pi.on.  Il
... "��� : that in rastern < '.-���
alone   from     0,1 00 to   I". 0     persons
were  at   the   presenl   time   - iffei ng
���'���'���   ' iberculi sis,   and     taking    all
foi ms ol  tu ei c il isi    Into i onsl l<  a
Hon,   12     Iii i ���     i.     ��� .:   fron   . s
ads.
All forms : lisei -��� - ised by
germ life were previ di de and
facl had been more clearly demonstrated. In the city of New York, by
ado;.tini.' precautionary measures the
disease had been reduced in 10 years
:������ per cent. In England in the sami
period the reduction has been 50 pei
cent In .'-ears. |< was estimate I, eon-
s it;:;.-ion would be entin ly eradlca -
from English  soil.
I: this could be done in England
with such social an_ economic conditions as existed then. It could sun -
... : >��� accomplished m Canada In a
much Bhorter period. Climate, space
and food all favored Its eradication,
and only commonsense and ca ��� were
'��������� ��� --���'���. to iccomplish a ich a di -
sira .1 ��� con IlUon of ... airs, .Small
was once a sad menace to na-
ti mal life b il the growth of me lical
knowle Ige had red ice I A.�� dangei to
���''- antli. ;������'���: from It to a minimum.
Consumption was a parasitic disease of the lungs, The bacillus tame
from tuberculosis si res or disi ed
. ings, A might come from domestic
and dalrj herds aa animals were Embed to the disease, although the Canadian cattle were no: ,i subject to
the disease as those of mi.ny other
countries. The chief manner of transmission was through the spit ol Infected persons. Th" broken down tls-
- es of the lungs were expectorated,
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St.    Rhone 85
Cordwood
For Sale
Japs Released.
ngton, D ' Sepi 7 ��� 'I be de-
enl >.: istlci bat reci Ived notice - ' t . arrest, Sepi A of fl ��������� Jap-
am . membi rs ol ; hi - rew of the
schooner Toklowah, : a- seal poaching
in St, Georgi v Island. On a statemenl ol the r S. attorney at Valdez,
the governmenl lm- given orders for
the release of the prlsoni rs on the
ground thai thi y were not guilty as
charged.
School Books
and Supplies
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver on scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Hammond.
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Rf Of SOME FORCE
in the ci mm mity. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Mal e p
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless ::rnl extravagant yi ing n ,;n and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to vour family. 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot 60x132 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
IF YOU HAVE A EOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
NEW GOODS
 JUST OPENED OTJT-
Large selection of Ladies' Fall Coats.
Watch our advertisements this week :
announcements.
Reynier's Kid Gioves for fall are here in all
new shades, long and short lengths.
W.S.COLLISTER&CO.
The evenings now are a
little longer, therefore ci ilder,
and a small lire in a well
regulated stove is very acceptable. This the time to select
while the stock is new and
complete.   Our well known
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT
has given the best of satisfaction, and we recommend
it.   Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
an : :ii   ne   li nsumptive, in Uie
Ivan ��� : stagi -       thi   liseasi   could
S] It   ia   7,000,    0    gei a 5.    Il   was
al sol it'-A  im] erative that thi   sputai
i    ���..'.- ,:i.i tlve j   tients  sh   i  I be   le-
��� -i.   as   whi :. .'   ti ate i   In
the air  in infinitesimal all .pai
��� -. and if one ol i ���.'���-���  gi i:..- f< in I
gmeni    n   I ��� .  . n an
open   soife,   con ould   fjl-
....
'   :.- ..... ti jn   .    ha ,     ten  provi n,
a as nol        ���     Iii ira Itii
������..-���. Jdren        n     .     ous in
tive pan nts  mighl   I i    redispo
sitlon towards the lisi ise, it by
cari aad common sens* thi , had a
- od chance ol g ov Ing uj I i hi all hj
old age, Pri lispositlon to the dls-
��� ���-��� mighl ��� ��� ���. me, and predis-
I 'sitlon to wai ds   Use .-��� I I  be ac-
quin : thro igh i areless living or < on-
tin ii :  111   health
i;.. wa) ol ;:���-.. -,���: in the - hlel
'hi.'i.: was to keep the .- reets and
luildings  clean   and   refraining from
��� pecti ration.    Consumptives    Bhould
��� thei spii in papi and I en burn it
or in a spitCM ii < ontaining .. little
watei and carbolic a-'id one ;,art to
.'.' > :.'.��� I'.' ntif ii csn air and a
separate room and bi I wen tmong
the mosl vital necessities by way of
precaution. Milk -hould le placed in
a double boiler and raised to a tern
perature of 145 degrees and kepi al
thai   point   for a   few seconds
Sanil   . .ta-   wen   a   vast   help  t >-
��� :-   Inti Higi ti- j   fighting   disease,
��� ��� i' i.i.A. a- from ���" per cent, to 90
i ei cent, of tin- sufferers were finable.
Dr. Fagan followed with a few
words about the proposed sanitarium
A few days ago, Lieut. Governi r Duns
muir had called him ,n and h id offere 1
f. give $10,000 towards the proposed
sanitarium i' the , re.   ice would raise
-?���"    He urged the people of this
city tn be libera! and give ol their
means towards tbe scheme. Al present, the C. P. R had promise I $0,000,
the Provincial government, $5,000,
Lieut, Gov. Dunsmuir, $10,000 and
private conti Ibuti .- -. $3,000. New
Westminster had not yet contributed
any. At the close i : thi. m<-ctin_. J.
! !;. K. nne ly, M, P . be ided the local
list   ..-. i, contrlb ition of $100.
im  motion of J.  B.  Kennedy, sec-
oi led   by  .lohn  Crean,    a     vote    i f
a     u:i- tendered the speakers
. o	
Insurgents  Attack
Tangier, Sept.   7.���A   revolution   Is
ii    progress   al   Mog idor,  on  tin   At-
1 na-��� ..I  Mi i     ..    The Ini ii
: ���' nl   tribes   are al I .< king   the   town,
The  French  mlnisti ���   here  bis  sent
the cruiser Gall ee to -in- scene ol the
disturbance and the 11 presentativi    ��.
An- other powers have cabled I'or men
j "f   war.     The  r< pi��� sentative  of  the
i Sultan    here,  is   trying    to    chartei
-'i-;imors lo take  troops to  Mogador.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street VV.. Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT,  B..A.,  Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec
The Paragon
Family Washer
The  LateM    and   Greatest   Washer   on   the MiirK<l
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   Anything w th
vious liTilinc;; thi re
i.f   ui ne anj
Boap a:..; wati -
2.���Anytl ng froi
est lace curti i    to thi   hi
������-t   t a.'.- ��� ���     and   car] ��� '
���vith'iut ti ���       .-��� '���   t inj .ry ���
even the i     I   el   ite fabr
3.    Uptotwent
within ���"  t"  - min ites     la I
t.-r and  i . ....     ��� ��� ai   -
harsh, slow ar.-;    ire
I...ard metl    ..
The f'arara n rir.. ;.] ...lu;. | _-. ���     ...     and so easily that a ch A I
turn it.   The Paragon will save it        I     any turn-- A. prevent i .
and ".-ar.   Call and see it and be convinced like others n   ���  .   ng  -
Large Shipment of Them Just Arrived Direct from factor)
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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FURNITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
!���; 716 and��71-"Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street. j��!
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I Electric Railway Service:
Inter-urnan   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver and   way
Stations will run every ha.I-
hour from 6:50 a. m. to 11 p,
m. excepting at 7:.'Id and S:."."
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Pari; to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service trom
6.30 a. ni. to 11 p. m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between IL' and _ and i> and 7.
30 Minute Service ilurlup re- ���
malnder of day. Transfer at ���
Leopold I'-." "��� ���
Sunday Service half-hourly be- ^
tween   S   a.   in.  and   10   l��-   ��'��� J
City and Sapperton. ��
���
Sapperton Line���la .Minute Ser-  ��
vice, except between i_ and ���
2, and B and 1, during which J
hours ne' service win re ���
naif-hourly, J
Sunday  Service   baJt-nourU   -0- ���
tween .^ a. m. and ll p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd I
���������--������
Columbia College
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
In affilliation with  Toronto University.
Fall Term Opens Monday,
Sept. 17th.
For Calendars, &c, address-
THE BURSAR.

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