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nl .('ME 1. NUMBER 161
in CEN rs l'l I: WEEK
Suddenly Drops   AH   Peace   Negotiations, Recalls   Offers
f Amnesty, and  Proceeds to Place Ail Prominent
Liberals  Under Arrest.
Famine Is Feared  By Lumbermen   of   State of Washington While Generous Premiums  Fail to Induce
Supply    Prices to be Raised.
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t within an hi        .    ���
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i ad been di
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....    ament
������    ��� ..      oposition
���  :' ���     lent Palma, th.
a I   me in bei     ol
Id ��� : hat   a
��� ii    .   held.
I       . ght issued   a
endlnj in
��� .     ���       ���   Pinar
.  ni  an I Santa Cl ra
iubll    ��� i !������    which    i-
w, also i-  | il
������   ��� "'   t In the tl
'  - i     e m a .     |<   re'
suspi nding thi di
a '-.ping   imj
li   Ing  that thi   Llbi
.   ..   an.l   jailed.     It ith
...    been con     ml    ted to
n thi   .li ���.
t thi   ...iiernmenl also
II    -���
Govenor's   Demand   on   Citizens
Surrender of Terrorists is Followed by Wholesale Killing
in Siedlce, Poland.
enen    Mi n i
erestin     lenun
. ���     . . . .....
e goven
Murder and Su.: de.
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ini .   his  "-p.
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D         a  1     11   a
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Rose   Fcrter   Dead.
Sept.     10.���Miss
' rti      .. :���   . .a a   an au-
,    lied    t   hi ���     ere
��� ��� : ��� ���     ��� She \\ i in New
Vorl        ��� ��� ' take   placi
"riJay   al   Cats   Ill,   N.   V
Doctors Will Examine
Esther Mitchell's Mind
���     ���
Si    '.    10,    Esthl       ilia
Creffii   i.    charged
���  [Irst degn
���il   i : i ieorge Mitt hi I i n
i    ��� xai line I   in     the
in   on   Wednes lay   by    a
���������.--.. -i   ���   :     ��� ae   p 11 pose
��� -   ���  ��� :: mental condition
,. wing made 1    the attorni   -
��� -i thai they are
��� re i:i-. in   ���. a. n thi h imicide
ted   mil have I een insane
Judge Frate   a ointed the
i ��� the wi na ���! a-.   fo in i
he n    lical
Bh d tbi ���   ������.      ���    ' Dl   to thi   Insane
a-ylum    t Sti    ico un  : i, 1  the  prosecution mui lei  In thi   flrsl  degree
��       ���    : ��� pped.
The   aj polntmenl   i f   this    mi Iii;.
comn was vigorously o   osed b;
Prose   n Ing Attorney Mai kintosb and
his chiel   ���    it   John f. Miller. The;.
-Oth      -    ���     ed thi   i-epori that    the
-.' . .   ......   ni iv ins .m  antl declai ed
''iit   ���  ���       -     on  as  '..  their  sanity
���....���' fore a jury
when they are jni on ti lal foi mur
der. _l ei listening to arguments
Judge Frate grante 1 the req lesl ol
thi     efendants' i     nsel.
c-ii    Loose    From    His   Family
Gives  un  Position for
True   Love.
and   O-tain Over Fifty Thousand Dollars on
Freudulent Sale,  but   Lard
in   Jail.
.   Si   '.   i"    The   rtl    mi
Fei   Inan i   Vi n   I loi h
hy ol :.:a nstock,
i i  : he Kalsi lyguard
Pi In ' ss  via- ���   Von   Saxi
in       ... .ni I 11 ike
.      .     .-.. ��(   '.. .     .       .::.-: led,
at Ossinln i   Ernesi
lie;man - u    ... ��������� horn
  :   heie '     ������' i  and
��� .. ial   ih-    ta -     i bai
111   iaii.il.., iii-  n gin ��� ii
iclati     In Oi
��� n mj    tool    ; lai e     In    a
'. . ���      !;. ..    Dr.  Williams,
ag  Presl yterian church,
\  civil  ceremony,  it   was
��� :   ba i  bei n performed      in
' ft.   yeai a ago.
in   , ttendi i the Berlin Mil
d ;.   and   was appointed to
��� 'inn-lit   ol German    Fool
ei   iii     graduation       He
��� 'antly al court.   He was hen.)
the Crown Prince's wedding
'     1905.     During   bis  career  in
"������  counl   mei   Miss   Carow,
1 ��� ���> clerk in a glove store, and
���l'<" ni folh we i. Tn break this
*'!i: ;" America.   In N'ew York
"l|   for  a  while at  the   Hotel
-   aS  "Mi.   llraf."   bul   BOOH   as-
!      n ���'   name     He obtained
'!""m  as a  chaffe n   In  Tarry-
Recently  the counl cabled for
"A '" join him.   The German
tried  a     revem bei   I ��� ���
':'  I :'  all       all  |    Rl   (.J ,.;,   r]
New   _ork, s..;.i. 10.���Charged with
-   '���!. -   Emily I.. il< Ine ol Cin
(Inatl ' : $5 1,790 by means of n I ra id
.-',..   : agi   and    .  ul
ings, ���.'..    '. isi lam were arrested to-
a  this ' Itj on the eve of their
Intendi I   .ailing   foi      ''Aire;.!'.    'I he
Isoni      ��� ��� ������     ������     names a    Fran
.  Si -.. iei   R.OSI afield,  bo li ol
'I i.e.   ������' re locki I up,    Mrs.
Heine   who i   me to  New-   York   witl
Chli :   ' lra�� tord,   will   appeal   aga n I
���1,.      ���    nei      It Is alii   ���.I thai Kis
an i   Rosi nfle I  pert laded   two firms
here to allow them to take i .ii.'-  and
pictures  on  n presentation  thai  they
bad a  i istomer for them and exhib
lied  them  In  a  store  room on  West
22n I  sl reet,    Ther,-  Mrs   Heine  was
broughl to see them, II Is charged, and
I ersuaded to buy ihem.   She is build
Inj a palatial home In Cincinnati and
wanted   the   rugs and   paintings    to
rurnlah   It.    She is   the  wl low  ol   a
wealthy  n holesale grocer,
 (, ���.���.���
Chile Needs Help.
New Vmi;. Sept. 10. Th" Amerl
ian National Red Cross today made
public n telegram received from the
National secretary uf the society In
Washington which rea li ' Th" Am-
, :.j,..i:i minister at Santiago, Chile,
���cables the e nej trtmenl thai Buf
faring as a res ill ol tm ��� arthquak ���
I     ,. real      A< tlon   ol   the   lt<' I
,.., I  be prompt."    The  Ited
:       enewed ll i     tor 6
tan ���     ���       'bile
i    Sl    " '       ~'
fri       - ���      -     received        ning     Ihe
ilgh       ���        the effi .    ���
Ing and bombar ling of hous*
��� ������ ���
ti  :
��� ���      in   consequence
ands Ihat th' h and
Polish     .       tion delivi
��� -  ��� ���    ������-.       gi     :.
��� ���   ���   ��� -        iti in.    1 lie
fe; i Inj    .��� ���' h  In   thi   ���   ��� a
.-:'���     .   ' ���
v.. ���   again     roug!      ���    ���
know ���-..-���.--���
. II s.
Correspondents  E?rred.
I    Is imposs        ��� .  .   tain I   '
ol   thi   events al S:e.Uce as
Ities absoluti Id a     i t.
muni ation and turn tai     ,     i
pon li nts.
-I   R . Igus itt s :a, -1 ���   m  es  ��� asi   of
.. ���:. si em -   sli   lai   ti   i hose en
ed at Siedlci   sven   v, |tm ssed. Thi
liers are said  to havi   kille 1  forty
I ersons.
:���' ���- Itlvi -   from  Sie Hi e   report  that
II vernoi  Engell; i sui I an ultimatum
di   .   ing that  he would  I oml ard the
��� A- town unless lhe tei rorists sui
lered     In consequence of the pll-
li -���   and des': uctii :i iiu   p Itizi nt an
il ���   ag ft    food and water.
Coroses   Among   Ruins.
'. in a, ���   ,,���  ., a tims ,- uni
��� ;     lai ��� i al ti 0.
Most of the ci : pses are   ilddi a   n
thi   ruins oI  houseE
The   tOtt n   is  COI  ;.:,.   I;   thi    :.     .   .1 .
statii n, .v iiii ii Is on :'... oul skirts
ol thi town is Isolate i an I Ji ws or
Poll - -��� eking to reach the - Hon an
turm i   ; ai i.  en   i lasse
1 ..me battalions of troi
arrived  from  HiaA stok.
Awful   Brutes.
.- ��� ' .���. Sept. 10. The telegraph
offices are i lose I and nc o ly A ..1
lowi , on the streel s, o lo li Rve Ihe
town. The refugi ��� a < ontinue lo
crowd tbe station -. 'I bi soldiers are
.' i ..nl beha\ Ing �� It li exl raordin-
ary   brutality.
A delegation of citizens asked the
govi ii. r in order the 'ices to cease
fii Ing, bul 'l.e govi rnor replied thai
the citizens ui sl deliver up their
.... and tin ��� ��� itionlsts or oth
��� : \, Ise the city   would  be bombarded.
'I be authorities asserl   thai   16 terrorists have arrived   here  from War
.-av,  ;.'ipi th M  they   musi  be arresle I
befon  ai: .��� of i he Inhal il nts are   ���
mltted I    leave the city,
Unspeakable   Horror.
Jt is :i   . ��� ie I i hai  ; wo I  null ��� .1 pi
t uf then    ....   . ���   ���
ny    a    heir flal       i   i      i in
lord   ,��� nnd to in .   wi  e ol   in ipeaka du
i : a. ���:....   ���        i bei.      wi  '
��� ream   i i I  i i li     mingled with
bo iii i  ol   -1. ioi lng
The soldiers today  Invaded Ihi
a ; .   ||        tlie  ��'l   ;<";.   hoti 1   .li I   |l
ed the 1   rnlture o   I be ��� alabl
. .   ���   .    I carried ofl ft Ini       ������ I
Indiscrin-inate Slaughter,
Warsaw,   Sept,   10     v i   wai
.. the mi rki il id
���    -
ant/thi ��� '
���. '   wi wn    t thi   en tn
ardow Spinning  �� In   this
��� . ��� rely wo in ling i Iceman
.  .    .     tnitoi.    'I iie ��� theVeupon
.  all  dli ectlons,  an .  killed
��� :  :.   -    pi -  . as
No   Mercy  for  JeAS.
a: -...-,.   Si pt.   10.     ' :..-
ihi      'i ��� ���   id vices 'received    ere I   rj
.- . .   ���   over  150 Jewish   sh  ; s w re
. .- ians   . - .   ��� ii bi   ii.a-
sai   ���       .-    li.iimini;   hi   ...        ���      .in i
crosses   In their   windows.    1 be   so
��� ��� quite nut of hand. Mis ol
. he pers ms ai rested are Ji �� -, an I
they wen beaten without mere.. The
Ji w - .    v.'i.V saw are In teai i    al tack
Soldiers   Arrested.
Lodz, Sept.   10.���Four  drunken  - I-
��� a rs   who   were   on ...i,;;- I   ( n     Kiev
novks streel last night ����uui two jews,
end wounded  two others and  robbed
ree shoj s.    The soldi! i -  ' a 'en
si rested.
Police  Re-c-t.
Sl    ;'- ersbuVg,  Sept.   10.���Thi   p ���
-,   ��� tmeni   declaii b  i bai      tl ���
.;'   Siedlce   has    , on ���   to    an
en I,
Looks   Bad   for   Onipoko.
St.   Pel rSburg,   Sept.   10.��� A  oourl
': . :��;. :   al   I Ironstadil   will   take   u
b  lhe proi ess againsl  M. On-
. the peasani  lea li i   In the out-
��� ���'������ i :..' liament, and three    h IlianB.
Onipoko, who has not been allowed an
atti . at... will   1 e d< fi ii.l' .i   by   an ol
lici        ili   bas   been   confine 1   in   a
cell   five  fei I   by  nine and  h. s  bi   u
��� ..������ I   with   the   gi��� ate-:   rigor.     \
Idii     a me i  with a i Ifle  is s:,i i .u
. .    i ni tantly at t1 e  window . :    bl
The authorities claim ti have
;:.< n '������ damaging testimony againsl
him and asserl thai he has been Iden
tiffed as one of the agitators who dis-
guisi l as sailors, organised the u
. ;   Cronstadt   lasi   July,
Si il   ���    Sept. 10 will  be :i I
.... | ' -.HT.
;   .     ,     . .''a Wil
.    ...        . e Wasi
una - ���
1 .   wint i ��� ice wl th
:   i    '   .. milll        Th'   '
.��� a     I! , ���      of full;
i.i t in lhe ��a it the Io
gers ha vi   no ext ra  loi       ��� i I   nd    on
e unable   ... ate any
.   ue :be s.mw drivi     i   .. i . in the
othl     oul of the woods     \	
hi - loggers will ! .v.   to    i
pend o . rations Iui Ing the        ei an i
. .   manufacturers are ci i tain  to
... .��� a    Ig shortage until spring.
Though a premium as high as $2 a
thousand  is l eing offered by a  num-
bei  ol  ��� illls for logs, the loggers eun
do no more than   ake care ol    thi
n gular custon     - and the sn nation :s
.  rea Ij -��� i ions.   (inly I ���: thi  facl th I
the Washington  Logging and Broki
age  ' ompany   :-   fighi ing  to resti   i
bullish   prices the   biding  of lumbi r-
men  would cause  n   Berious boom  In
log prices that would vastly Increase
Ihe cost of luml er nnd mighl en la
���   ets handled  irom this stati
Bidding   for  Lumber.
Antii Inatl nn a big Bhoi lagi   ol lu
.   . i ��� ,.  hid
��� ni goes,
1   Mo ire ' ave
talien 1 I       and a $2 pre
min ��� e.l   for i ai goi t
i in  .  big
... future
eliverli     to i      ihi      .-��n  mur
k<' -   in   . hi   S ���
\s ii i iir ;in    :     ���     en who sh'i
v.   tei  are tu    In      va    oi dei a for
fut'.in    .- . ,. ii lng au advance In
a   - -in: ���;,   e   ill   the  supply   will
,a    ofitalli        i"'   mpo (Ible
;.. fill   : he big oi lei -  thai nre being
almosl   imp"  ..'Mi'  In  Be-
mmedl  !i   lellvei le ��� i xcepl al a
��� ' lum and few of ihis clasi ol or
have been entertained.
Charters May Advance.
. 'hi ti : ral - Lei ween Pugel b tund
an 1 .am Francisco are $7.60 a thou
sand md the pre liction was made -o
li . n,. -i i ise i" the steam schi unci owners thai this figure will be ad-
vi ace 1 io $10 shortly. The uncertain
i-. if the lumber charter markel makes
M Impossible for mill owner- to contract with any degree of safety on California deliveries, an 1 it Is from Call
L'ornla that mosi ol the protests
againsl the Increase In lumber prices
I ������ coming.
Guards Wound People
In Streets of 'Frisco
sac, Francisco, Sept, 10.   As an af- by   the  armed   guards escorting the
lermath of  the   rec nl   Bt ike of  the " ' " ���,u'1 l'11'1' ;l dozen persons are re-
,.  . ,      , .,1        .  , M ne.I wounded    The strike breakers
1 nlted railroads, a riot broke "in t.i ,,,,.,
an   guar led  In the ferry building by
'^li:-  "i";l  ;li"  Btreel   '���'���  companj .hi. ^ _ ,  ,, men havfi ,���,������ &f
started   to   march   aboul   200    Btrik -,.-,,i      \   |arge mob  [B in  fronl  od'
reakers from the car barns to   the tin   ferry  building waiting toi  the po-
ferr> building,   Many sh.it- were ii'- lice to bring oul the prisoners.
Soectacular  and   Costly.
Ni ..    York.   Sepi.   10.-   The    .   -a    I
.. :��� i;.  ol  Pratl .uni Cam! ei  consl I
lng  ol   three large  buildings  nn i  an
adjai enl   lire   pri ol   building   belong
ng to Blanchard and Oi.. R1  Hunti   i
Plain, were desl i oyed by lire   ouighi
..a.i r.ru'a. i's loss is estimate i
al  $"S 000,    The fire u as an unusual
- ��� ���- lacular one
. o .
Present  for Pope.
In    t   Sepi     10,     'I In-   pope   ha     i
plved Iii prlvati      idii     e   VIj i    i<en
:    . lieilCHIl
���    ���   i  a.e.   ft ho   |  !������   ,T!.   |lj
.  ��� i   ��� ���    .   ���     eautlfull
..'icaina      IllBd    y of ch
' titutloni   in   vi��   \..', li   Tin'
v. lenl ...   ' i   bblghup F .u ley
Over  Two   Hundred  and   Fiftv   People   Southern     Pacific     Cars     Jump     the
Are Buried Alive  in the Track   and   Slide  Down   an
Caucasus. , Embankment.
Tiflis,   Sept.   10.���Prai tic illj   with
oul   winning, the  side  of  u  mountain
rising   a'ano  the  town-hip  <i   Kwai
ell,   broke away   and a   sen  of  semi
liquid   siniii. Btones   an I   mud   swept
down   on   the  township     an I    ovei ���
whelmed   and obliterated   It,    Bonn
265  persons  bave  been   buried alive.
r-flve   bodies   already   have   be n
ivi red from the mire, which Is An
i.ii    |eep     In  addition   to the  lives
losi. ��� oun ii bs bea I of cattle pe
...  ops were d< bi '.ne I
i .-, a   .  ' l\> llSllip    .'��� .    ipieS    all    .     .
���  rive  - oun .      .    (he disti ��� I  ol
T.-'aft. in the fail, asus    Slmllai p|:s
are i oni mon occurrenci      i
: dun va 11 ey a
 ���o ������
Milwaukee, Wis , Sept. V      i
ilon ti
...     xlaj     wli
oul a.... :.    lam
Sam , Bi ���  .i'n  Cal., Sei:   1,;-     '; '
sei ond se, tion ol a south hound tra n
on the Southern Pacific was wrec ed
today   at   Se.,.:,;..  a   si le  track    2(1
miles south ol Santa uar_ai'_, and i_
. ��� - ��� :i-   wi   '  Injure 1. I�� o  of  whom
fhe wn      .-.. ui red  al   a
polni  where l he road bed runs near
el   ���   Ic o e,,n on an emi ankmeut,
���   .     the  lo "'ii >ii\e   broke
and    re i| e I on  the ties causing the
.,    io   ea e  '  e   ini's      Tlie
. oaches followed over and slid .I'VWtl
.1.   i ent.
. o	
Drunken   Hindoos   An'.e.
hi h ol Hindoos came in
\ .    ...      ..   .........   and l ade
... \   11 UIU
a .      e      .      11-   dl       I     Ij       ill"
��� i i evi ral of them
ed   whi
Sentry Shoots Girl
And Prisoners Revolt
St. Petersburg, Sept. 10. -There wis
,  revoll today In the Central Detentl in
pi ison in con; equeni '��� ui the death of
Mile   Keiiienovii.   ,i   k'iI   Of   Is.   nml   un
enthusiastic Social Democral who was
shot and killed Instantly by a sentry
when -lm showed herself al the wMn
dow of lid cell overlooking the courtyard. The Iui ions prisoners expelled
i he wn' lens, bai i loaded the pi lion
and i.ild the corpi e of Mile, Semen
. i i .ii an improvise.!- i,ler In their
i antral i el), refusing to deliver it to
the authorities and swearing ihey
would  .ii'- rather than surrender It.
Troops w  suuimottell hut lhe an
thuritles fearing Woodshed temporised
au 1 Benl lor lhe brother of Mile. Sent
ei'ovu to WhOm the InsurueiitK deliv i
6 I   lhe  body.
The Grand nuke Nicholas, after an
Investigation of ihe affair personally ordered the dismissal of the officer
Ol the guard which was drawn from
ih. unpopular Semlnovsky regiment,
Mile, pSetnenovM was a medical stndeni
and wus seeking tp divide with the
prisoners some sugar which she had
surreptitiously obtained when she waj
Democrats     Gain     Strength     in     the   Leaves  Bulk of  His Estate to  Brother
State cf  Maine  and  Nearlv Ca-arles an*  Sister
Elect Governor. Lucy.
Portland, Me., Sept. io.���Governor
William T. Cobb. Republican, running
o* a platform devoted almost exclus- i
Ively to a continuance of the prohib-1
itory law of the state, was re-elected
���todfly by a plurality of less than
8,000 which, with but few exceptions
is the smallest margin of votes ever
given a Republican governor In
Cyrus Davis, the Democratic candidate for governor polled one of the
largest vote; In the history of tbe
party in  this state.
New York, Sept 10 Herman Oelrichs, who > led at sea on Sept. 1,
left the bulk of hii estate to his
brother, Charles May Oelric-hs, and to
his sister, Mrs. l.ucy .lay. His wife,
from whom he had been estranged for
some time, wa1* cut off from any bequest. Tn the son, Hcnmnn Oelrichs,
nothing is lefl bul pieces of jewelery,
nuns uml some othe personal effects, (ithe: relatives, his secretary,
and his vali are remembered in his
Na   '
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BW-_-M*i-B_spsMBjBpi mm ,'������-     s_tesjmgsjsj|Bj|
Tig r ''
_ ty
11 . '.;:_.r
tne - we, dot -  pt    rrom
���'.- . -i:   a of I  - eye  she -' I ovei
:   i' ..-. ���
.;   w."   -
���asy lie " 1      ght Tom, "in two
Mr.   M .. se  bad  a
II    started toward
laim   each   ye .r   lr paid  t
mining rccordei in       : there:. V\
S500 has been  exp- nded    r pa
'   r   " .y. 1  ;.
.. ither
���      . ���       land   at
Sioo an  -''re.
Permissi  n may 1     grant   lb;   I
-'   :       E    t! [ni rial      .:<���
claim-      nt  ining   ron and :::. 1,   .
was   about   to   beg Masl   :.
1 'oui tr;   club     A bandson
been given 1 presid    I 1 club,
to be played        ' 1 thi     emi
inui n crescent pin set with pearls wa.s
pul up ������-: ������ .li;. : ir the I idies !���;
"Mill ... Mill ir," a ri b . i bachelor.
Ton Pri ��� ge i - tte -a. b td de
cllned to enter f ir the 1 iurn tment.
He 81 . >d : 0 chance of winning without u big handicap and despised that
sort of rictory If be were able to
piny scratch like Mr. Sloan���but that
com -��� 11 y . 1 - ��� ������> far in the future
to be co 1 lid 're I s 1, holding al 1 if
from competltl in, Tom fell entitled 1
Indulge . d - ntere ited crltli Ism J ���
Smith, Instru 'tor for tbe club, w is his
"Mr.- Mr. Sl u ought I 1 get tbe
cup. H-- he bas bo-hogled the c ������-.:���-��� ���
tw Ice." stuttered T un
"He    - a lek." -   ���!
"Wl .... -..
B    -       I    mean    : ���
I Mr. S
;.       '.':������ If,"     ���
tt    .
"He   he w iuld - il
be -av ber ti      -     It i.s 11
.   .  -        1 that just li .   .  .-
pretty an i !..  iv - h iw 1 . -' rl
wants 1 . ��� ���
Ins "
"You   ��� re   ���   '  '   '.-   C ild,   :       boy
-aid   s r   up   behind   I.i...
��� \v    - - - ms ersai
bei   .... ' ������>':"
���v: d   ���:- ���������;- cuss    _ one  ol
the players        lhe tour    1   'nt,"   said
- ��� ip of the bank c ���''''���' '       the Yul       . irrit  ry.    -.'  in
and              ��� . -             -  :  r.:. straight arcl n": ex         :"-   -          """
into            tb such I      ' that they were The   pater::   for   a   mining   locati  ::
b            tied Into 1       rook up to their shall   provide   for   t'.'.e   payment   of  a
Ij              :   vere -;��� ttered wiih muddy R  yalty   of -'A-  per  ceni      f the   -
' ' :      ' '.--               ' -    .-    Tom of the products    if tl           iti >n
"���bil"'  ''"" bushes  ������'    ���' PLACF.R MIXIXG-Manil  ba and
���   -' .-;���   'f delight.
"By     ..     :.. .:    That purs in will be
an ar-ai   .   ... aeon yet," he said.
Half an hour later Tom climbed In at
the rear wind iw of the clubhouse parlor. He bad comp ised - nne verses I 1 1
be 111 earn to record I is graphopbone
- - 11 the company Inter. He
.1 . -'.-.1 thi blunk . :��� Under, recorder
and s mil horn nud wus about to r.-
pe ��� ��� . 1 v ben In walked the Rei
Mr.   Morse   looking  like  an   evolution
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining :laims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. I In the N rth
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the I irmer being 100
feet long and extending between high
-ind low water mark. The latter includes bar digging-, but extends back
t -1 the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding   iooo   feet.      Where   .-team
from a rummage sale In garments has-   Power is  uced chim5  -00  feet  wlde
Mi M --
tily -:: '    ed from a   r   us loi kers.   He
Ihi -' -. ruefully.
I suppose you saw what I
"\1       In'l        e missed It for a di-dia-
IUI   t."
You did not see
exi .���; t   the aske 1
itient���I     1 di
te c I.
- :   :
���  ���    -
I simply hail to 1 t of thi
[could .
-.'���:���      .  I it the tour
-��� ' . ���           ber d    ������ '   ��� 'e so man;
"II   -   -
��� .������ ���   sli"-
"Sln .  rtaiu
���-���-;   g
:. ll"
"The   -   a e
I th
:   - .    km
a   the
cur '
"likely to get caught," I    -   ���! Tom
"I  trust you,  my b >y," sn 111   M .:���-������
laying  !..-   1 and   on   To    -   -     ilder
"but it occurred to me you 1    rht 1
��������� hal   ; ou  saw   to   your   fav ..-.- >,   Mr
"1  -S m't  say n word, hut li    otigiii
. . iw.    ii ���   :   A ���    : irry   her  and
:i S fin I out afti rwar i "
"Sh ��� will nei er mi rry him," said
M irse
"He   1. ��� thinks she will," s :. I Tom
"I started to te ise ber ab mt bim, ud
she made fun of him Imitated his
slow way of speaking. A girl may dis
���" pr itest 1 bout a ui 11 she really
.-ares for, but ri licule 1. ������������-:���: Besides,
she gave me 11 understand she I- en
gaged to Mr. Miller. Ib-re cornea
Sloan.   1 do not wish to meet bim y\<;
now."    And  tl urate  ��� iped  from
the wind iw
The haa.!-.nne young athlete found
Tom fussing over his gr: ph iph ine, taking off the sm ill horn .... I putting on
the  big  "mar:..: _'  gl iry "
���v 11
) won ti... It '
r    grandm il
���-' pin?" In- asked
:er."    said    Sloan.
...::;   :.
t'om, and al
drive    1 the 1
awful to th  . .
.     a.   .   ia    a    PI    I-   !.'   ������
��� .    rreeu, "II  is
if 11 mail        .    in do
"My  ivh-wh-tt bat."
"She bad u handicap of f irtj :. ��� ou
the nine boles and came it 1 bead of
Miss Brown, the I_ug Uh girl who
played the whol urs ' in forty-I    ���
The crowd on the phiz .'as 1 beer-
Ing and calling f3r to pi
bim with the ��� 'hud won
"Bring me 11 drink, T m. tt .il you': 1
a- ��� iking wi thirsi n 1 must g 1
out side 1 :.. : ul ��� " ��� aid Slonn, throwing At- -if on 'A- divan.
"That'- r g 11 II li- le 1] itt n," said
Tom. "You 1 11 eil to." A I, glvli 1
the   gr iphoi : final   touch
st irted it  _ ilng, be left the room
T 1 ���   blank    1 ylin ler    inten led    for
Tom's v ���:'-���- i    I-recorded his co
.  ��� ,, 1   ,.-.,���        urate,    ���  1 . -   ry ������ ir :
W . - :������;.. idtl     I for Sloan's Ij
When 1 'urneil the ro im  was
empty.    :���   . ..   i. . I
��� ul' ng ..  ' (h    fie! ' - t i
n -. : ���:��� Toi y of I     '' -Ho " - ilf
ers saw b gain until he 1 turned
from T.".:- ���;��������� a ; - ir i I ��� after Miss
Benson w   . :. arrled to Millionaire Mil
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory
COAL���Coal   lands  may    he    pur-
soft coal
than .320 acres can be acquired by
that  I -��� 11 >hed   ��� .  ..  1 rl  who i
Isn't - i" ire
"Roun I girl   are p '���-' tier II
"li Is no ��� Something ought to
be    ������      . .     I.   ' m.    Why  n it    en.
the CU     . ���        .::;���'..     He
... 1 li-lie ah       ber sc ���:������."
-���'���������    .'.'���'.
The      ��� ���-..:���.
with j       - ' the players in the
tournamei I   di The  ������?  me  with
. 1   ... .     I   child   rising
e   :   ��� 1 ���  - ��� ���    I again st
The   .        ' .   . -     .   ..   .'..'
Miller.   Ho took 1 to ar
: .: -a
:   - ....
: .   : ,:. . -
for < il     .'.. the 1 ���  :.   .
; ir.gh  the
.-  .       . ' - ...   ".
1 ���-.
,   ���
"I - . : ���;.
' ' ' - I  a foot ; chased at $10 per acre f
I it 17f :- aw iy     ui I   $jo   (or   anthracite.
Ii ��� ���      He v
Mllii ���'
Pretty M       D
ing tbe picture ol    ...      I        bood
White      II    ' tl pUlll a       UP      -lel.'V"s
show Ing her plump arms below the ������!
bow. Mr. Morse, the earnest little
curate v.as delighted to keep ber score
nnd followed along, talking eagerly lu
his ia. i. pitched voice.
'I'.un bad brought hi< huge concert
hull graphopbone to tbe clubhouse and
set. it up In oiu- corner of the parlor
io play band music for nn Impromptu
dunce in the evening, and be came oul
on to the piazza just ns Mary Benson
was uli.mt to drive: then be cut a--r iss
the links ou n run and when she and
Morse reached the third tee wus, to all
liiiman uppearance, looking for a lost
ball some distance off the course.
"Third" wns 11 bud place to drive
from, with the brook al the bottom of
n sharp incline not fifty ynrds ahead,
and Mary senl her bull where'.' The
cuddy looked in the long grass ut one
side, nnd the curate, who admired ber
beauty, and Tom, who did nol ndmlre
her ;.t nil, looked nl Mnry, she poked
nnioi ������ the stones by the brook wllh
her .ii i. er for .1 minute; then, gliuiPin <
ui M esc. who wus apparently adding
m  v be obtained.
Dredging in the River- of Man I  ba
and the N   W. T., excepting the Yukon Territ .ry���A free miner m
tain . nly tw 1 leases   if :S- - n il  - each
for a term     f twenty j      i, rei
n thi      screl f the Mil
:   tl ������   A.' rior.
The lessee's rigl I I t    tl
��� :'.:.   ���_.     beds or 1 [the river
1   ' ���-.-.  any low w it r '' rk, an I   -
[or 1    ������.--.-': ;   1 per mile for e    h
subse [uent year.      '.    yalty   sai
PI - - mining ii the V il n Ter-
ril ry���I Ire :1 gu! h, river an i hill
- ���- '��� ill n t ex :ee I 250 A ;t in
lengA . me isur i in the bas line
general direction ; the creek or
gul A  thi   tt. Ith  being fron :
feet.     All     ther   pla ��� r    rla ims
ih  11 be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
;. sts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be bl iir A -..
ten day; if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining re irder's iffice
One extra day al! iwe I for ea h a . .
ti  nal ten mile-  ar fracti in.
The  person or  company  staking  a
claim  must  hold   a   free  miner's
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party c insists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall be
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims or.lv.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
iect to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar digging? or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the !es=ee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lea-e for each five miles
hut where a per-on or company has
obtained more than one lea-e one
dredge for each fifteen mile? or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
an 1 a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10000.
Dredging in the  Yukon Territory-
Fix leases of five miles each may be.
granted to a frce miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bar3 in tiie river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
tst 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 dre Ige
for   each  five  miles   within   six   years
from such date.    Rental Sioo per mile
Yukon  Territory   to   be  paid  to  the
town, nn 1  comptroller.
N'o free miner shall receive a grant
if   more   than   0:1c   mining  claim   on
h separate river, creek or -
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, anu
:'.. miners may work their claim
ir. partnership by filing n A :e and
: ying fee of $2. A claii n ���;. be
il ndoned an 1 an ither obi A id on
the   same   creek,   gulch   or  river,   by
giving nol   e and 1   ying a fee.
Work n u I be di me on a claim
each year t   the v ilue   if at least S200.
A certificate that work has been
ab indoned, ana.'. ��� ipen to occup ti 11
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
Not   more   higher  and  wider  than in  similar  cars
any   other   line.      They   protect
individual   or   company.      Royalty   .it   ,h,.ir trajns Dy the  Block System
the rate of ten cents per t"ii ol 201x1
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock ciin-
panii'.- holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certincate is granted
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   OtTicial   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the \ ukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the mini.-ter may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
for one or more years, not exceeding   having machinery  on  the land  to  be
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50   prospected, an area  of  1020 acres  for
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capita
A free miner, Having discovered
I mineral in place, may locate n claim
\ 1500x1500 feet by marking out the
j same with two legal po-pts, bearing acf*S|
: location notices, one at each end of
I the line of the lode, or vein.
, The claim shall be recorded within
j fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
I ditional day allowed for every ad-
! ditional ten miles or fraction. The
j fee for recording a claim is ?5
At least IJiioo must be expended on
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 64.
itichtding the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
Ji 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.
Deputy of the  Minister  of the   In
Dent. Interior.
Things Happen
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Daily News
Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
news as furnished by the Associated Press,
and all the local happenings of interest.
10 Cents
Per Week
The morning is the time to tell the purchasing public what you have to offer them for
the day, and the NEWS is a medium
through which you can talk business to almost every resident of New Westminster
and many residents of the surrounding district. Listen to the advertising man when
he calls to talk to you. , ^EPT.  11, 1906.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West. Vancouver
Sale or Lands by Public Tend
Westminster lion Works
C   mei) having obtained an Indefeasi . ��� Title t i the undermentioned
ties, im ite tenders for the purchase of the same.
I.   All tenders to be in writing, and addresse 1 to me at Box 34, New Westminster, i   a sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land."   They must be mailed in sufficient
��� - :��� ach the post office mentioned on or before -1 o'clock on Friday, the 21st dav of
Si a. ;.'- .
2), Each tender must lie accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
:        rent, of the total purchase money.   Such dep sit will be applied towards the first
��� .; of purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and in cases of non-accepted
ers it will be returned.
3). In all eases where the total purchase money does not exceed $50, cash within
'.'   ays of accej tance of tendi r. will be required.
4>. In eases where the purchase money exceeds $50, one-third cash within 15 days,
-"  ird within 6 months and one-third within 12 months, in each ease reckoning from
���   ��� acceptance of .tender, with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, will
ved upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement _ ir Sale ; or the whrle amount
be paid at once.
5). Title will not be given until completion of purchase,
(i). Thc Council do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any tender.
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C.
P. 0. Address-  Box 24, New Westminster. B. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.00.
E :���   ' a t r 1
STR1 ( TUF. _L   IK    N     WOKK
irnami Iron   V
Fenci .-. Gati 5, Fire I , etc,
'.' . era < nd eo-. ���      i    ������   .
New  \\. stminster. r. 11. 474
Canadian Pacific
Ro\al Mail Steamship
ess sails Sepi    Tth  and
Ni w j- the time to ma
.: : hal    prop -e.l   trip
- -' .   v . ��� |      ; might as
wi 1  travel in style and comfort and
still  save  money, For ran- and   ;a
ticnlars appl}    o
C.   P.   R.  AGENT.
Descri] tion
oi Land.
\|.proximate Sil e.
Assessed Value
as per Ri
Sul . ���
|No, i
Measurements or
i n ore or less),
;       Upset Price.
: 93 ;u res
$63 per acre
}7<>   a, t   ..   ;,
60fl  \ 154  fi each
25 per lot
.   ..'.lit
Si ith)
60ft x 154 fl each
25  per lot
10 per ii 1
fiOfl  x 154 fl eai li
:'.'. per lot
.. pei    . :
(Si  .'in
61 x I32ft
25 per lot
35 per lot
ISoutl i
���1 to 0
CI \ lain eai b
25  per lot
.". per loi
, 7 & S, Part  1
62 x 1 io;'! '... h
30 per lot
pei  lot
62  x 110ft
30 per lot
40   per  1< 1
6_ x lluti
30 per lol
40   per lot
6, 7. 8, Part 2
62 x i lOfl each
i" per ii i
60  per   iol
i'. 10, 11
li  \ I22fl   ' .���' b
1"   per iol
."ai  per  ]ol
i'.n  x  1 15ft
35 per iei
, "1'  l.'t
'. to 19, &c
'.i1- to 113
60 it 113 ft each
25   pel'  lol
25   pel   lol
3 to  1!'. &c
66 x 113ft
::.'. per In
:'.."i   per U t
;; to 19, &c
320 to 334
66 \   U2fl  each
A"i per lot
26 per lot
i.l  and 62
2 aires                     ,
76   x   132ft
7.1 per aero
in  per lot
76 per acre
-I.', per  lot
I to 14
66 x  I32fl  '',,. li
J.",  per lot
j:. per  lot
I to is
66 x  13211  ea. h
20 per lot
ju per lot
i. '
1 to is
66   X   lalit't   ea. ll
Tl  per  lol
JO   , er  ;,il
I to IS
66 x 13211 eai b
.0   per  lol
Jo   pei   a :
1   to   is
06 \ I32fl eai h
.'"   per  lol
jn 1..   ', 1
.1    :
1    lo   1 1
60 \  I32fl each
I'll  per lot
Jo   1 , -   lol
. J
3 '
1 lo 7
60 x 165ft i
I"   p'-r  lot
20  | .
r ���
1  I.. 7
66 \  in:.i'i i'.n h
25  per lot
25   pel-   lot
*i 3
1 to 8
66 x ii'ial'i each
25  per lol
j". pel  li '
:: to  in
66   \   108 ^fl   eaeh
.''I   per   lei
JU   per  lol
60 \ lusT.ii each
JO  per lot
JO   per   lot
i South)
.". I'a      \     la.'. II
20 per lol
25   per   lol
1   and   2
544  v   155fl  each
JO   per   lol
J.',  por lot
60 x 108^fl each
I'll   per  let
JO   per  Iol
I. 6, 0
66 \ I08%f1 eai b
L'll   per  lol
jo per lot
7  lo   III
i'. \ 108V6fl each
JO   per  lol
Jll   per  lol
7 anil 8
IHI X   -Hi l'l
25   per  lei
26   per lot
7 and 8
;:. 1
60 x L'nli'i e i' ii
25   per  lot
26  per lot
7 and 8
6, ii
102  X   IMHI   ea. ll
ja per lot
SS.'   per  lol
7 and 8
i   li, IJ to SD
nu x I80fl each
26  per lol
jr.  per lot
1,2 (Central
1! and   1
j acres
r,:iA x I21fl each
On per acre
20 per lot
70 por acre
1. 2, 3
JO  por lol
3 and   1
in x 165ft
Jll   ne,-   lot
JO. per  lol
:: and   1
a    III    IU
in x I66fl each
jn per lot
JO  per lol
1  and  J
68   x   I65fl   oacli
Jll   per   lol
JU   per  lol
11, 15
2  aires
58 x   I65fl   each
rai per acre
Jll   per  lol
r.n por aci 0
1                            /
Jll   per lol
58 x   iii.'i'i  each
Jii per lol
JO  por lot
58 x   hiai'i  each
Jll   per   lol
JO  por lot
17, IS
20 to 24
2 acres
5 aeres
all per Ill-re
B0 per acre
50 per acre
fill por acre
1  and 2
58 x  I66ft each
Jll  per  I'd
JU  por lul
2 ami '���'���
58 v lii.'.i't each
jn per loi
20  por lot
a acres,
91.100 of acre
i acre
Ml per urie
111 per acre
80 per acre
NO por acre
 : i
SO por noro
sn por noro
of WA
���    ���
in acre i
25 7i acres
JJ per Hero
in per acre
JJ   pet"  noro
60 por acre
'Hie location of the properties may be .seen nn the maps cither at the Municipal
[al1 or at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors.
Tercle-s for a License tc Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of  Brit'sh  Cclun-bia.
s... . 1 ;. -. lei - Idressed to the office ' ' the Con missioni r ol Dominion
Lands, 0.���;.,"tmeni > t A"- in- li
and in. ��� Ited 1 ii ;1 " eni' '.'i.- ' Tender
I'm Timber Berth No 495," will lv
received a' this Department ui til
Loon p ii Wi Inesday, the 1J:b day of
Septeinbei. 1906, for ,\ ii. 1 use to ent
1 ��� bei mi Berth No 495, situate in
iln- Province of British Columbia on
silver River in , '....it Townships '���'��� and
1. li.iiu.'i 'i 25 and 26, Wi Bl ef thi 6th
Meridian nipi Ising I�� a I locks, de-
s-p rlbed a- follow
nip'. It 1. Commem ini: a' a poin on
said ri\' ��� 1 ii '!-- Soulherl; bi undai y
'1 Timbei Berth 189, being abi I S
1 J miles up said River trom Its
ith 1' ��� n. ��� up said Rivi 1
1 .' miles in din 1 : d 1st am e with a
depth ol .'.11 chains on the Ei '���
���" le and 7.' p hains on (he Westi
side then asun
IO    Ilie     : .  a .    ,-    ���
within  the  Me, I,
lii.n 1.   j     Commem Ing at   a
oh  said   rivei   about   40    1 bains
stream  from  the Southerlj   boundarj
oi   iiii" k 1;  tlienci    ip    tream 4 1-2
miles in dlrei 1 dlf (am e �� Ith a ��� :���
1 f ,'.0 chains on the Eai ������ (de mil
7n chains on the VVeeterlj side then
of. measured al rlghl angles to thi
general  bearing 'i   rivei   within the
block.     The   Whole   contains   ail   are:;
of 8,040 ai-iit, moie or   1
The survej i- to I e ��� 1 within
one year of receipt of tenders,
The regulations under which a
Hi 011-.0 will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
obtained at thi? Department or nt tlie
offlce of the Crown Timber Agent
at  New Westminster, B. C
Each tender must be accompanied
by an acepted 1 be ine tin a chart-
si red bank in favor of the Deputy uf
tlie Minister of the Interior, for the
amouhi of the bonus which the applicant  Is prepared to pay for a Ihen.- 1,
No tender by telegraph will be en
Department, of the  Interior,
Ottawa, July 27th, 1906.
Tender  fcr  a   License  to   Cut  T.mber
en   Dominion   Lahds   in   the   Province of  British  Columbia.
Sea ...     .  - addressed    to    lhe
Timbei   and   M 01 ���   I   anch,    Depa t-
. :  Aip Interim, and marked    n
��� ivelo ��        'Tendei s for   Tim1   r
X '.   196,"   will be  receive 1  at
-   Department until noon on  Wednesday, the Huh day of Octou ,   191 6
a  license 10 cut timber o.. Eerth
X e   196,  een prising  Lee.'.  Sub-division   9   ' :   Se, tion   17 an 1   Legal   Sub-
division 12 ��������� Section 18 in Township
40,  easl  ef tin- Coart   Meridian, <   n
ag ..11 area of 8 I .0 r< s   it e or
A   survey   of   this   berth
within one year fr .-.
_: anted.
The   regulations   undei     v bl A    a
license wli: i.e  Iss ied,   also    i -inted
ol tender and envelope, maj    ���
am d at thi? Department or a:     e
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Xi -.   Westminster,  B.  C.
Each lender mus; be accompanied
by ai - - '1 cheque on a chartered
lank in favor of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amounl of the bonus whieh the appli
cant is prepared to pay for a license
Xo tender by telegraph will be en
.   artment of the interior,
Ottawa,  Vi-.ist 25th, 1906.
Several   Buildings    and   Much    Stock
ir the Burners Section Reduced
to  Ruins.
'    ia ti
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date 1 intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works,
foi special license to out and carry
away timber from the following de-
scrlbed lands, situated north east of
Pitt  lake.  Xew   Westminster. District.
; Commencing at a Btake planted on
the Boundary line ot Dominion lands
thence north 100 chaine, thence west
61 .bains, thence south 100 chains to
said boundarj lino, thence easi along
a line ' a 1 hains to point ,������ ,-om-
' n    at a staki
10 chi . '1 oi Poel Xo. 1. ;ii. up-.
��� ������ ���   I2i   ch dns, thence    north    so
chains, thence wesl 40 chain*, ihence
0 : '1     le    . h llns,   Ihence      w. -       S
�� hains   to   Ilni    ��� xi.
'hen. ,.   BOUth    4a   , i.a us   1,,   point      el
commi n ���   a nl
.1. R. SHARPE,
Slake I   gi ,   ,   ��� : .      .a'-,,   1906.
-��� , ���   ia    ,\  serious
irr��d on Sa:urday in
1   ���        ti y  ������        /-Lie--   portion of
a - med   'lie   f. 1-
lowing   : lai ������ as ness:
The   Adelphia   Up el    Oharles   At-
p; J. I. Pool, bar-
ham ��� ���      xi   MacDlamid's
;   ;-   store;   _. Mel la jpDell's general
....    ��� si." ��� ;    '. 1 . Darie, lawyei 's
��� -    John   Mi Kentj ���   n al estate
'���'    I'itswoi th's fr.iii  and  bil-
;.  .   : ir.     Vm_' r,     dentl -   -
I,    H. ���     e_      a     . , ���        ( '
:'���    lire's    "v elei l    -'ore:    Moi ri
a      . ���',    ton's      warehouse;
n       a Electric Co.'s office.
...     Itizen . . Id work  a--
_     !������       ���      . Igade  and   forming
���    es Into a 1 u   11  brlgad a  II
-  -        ate 1   thai   the  property    and
ime I will  imounl   to bei ween
$75,000 and Jioo.poo.   The ai ounl of
a   irance   carried   on   buildings   and
It consumed ci nm    I ���  ol tain id a:
.     ,   a
��� O	
Will   Try   to   Mcv   Indians.
< HI iwa, One, Sept. 10.���Frank   P(  1
. Ini -'���    0  Indian   a fall a,
.- - ���     i VI     ria, B. C.   He
ti meet Hon. Mr. Templeman and
��� ladi i'i or to   arrange   wiih   the   In>
dlans to remove from Songbees res-
some  other  point.    This   re-
.   is en iroa hing on the citj
Victoria,   and   efforts   have   been   i^
��� - -  foi    ���  '1 ���   ! 'ins to have  an
other  one   selected.
Binder Twine  Sales Increase.
Winnipeg, Man..   Sept.   10.���On  0 .-
I is trips of Investigation into the
���    twine industrj J, L. Haycock,
ndi ���    nspectoi   for   the    1><>
mlnli ��� govi nment, Btated thai never
e had f    baa lantltj of binder
twine  .een ubi 1  in ' anada  as this
' t yea      rhe sail s to the farm-
���   -   ti tailed |4 0< 0,i ������ 0, ovi.   A	
-������������   oates.     Ol     this
10,000      i! was brought Into
ional Har
��� ib was mad
a-       -���        ���       -V ���   .j
Watchmaker and
Manufactvring Jeweler.
Acquired a through knowledge of the
business in England with 10 years experience. Later was 7 years manager
of the watch repairing department of
Savage, Lyman & Co., Montreal,
Henry Birk's business manager part of
the time.
English, Swiss, American and all
complicated watches cleaned, repaired,
made like new and adjusted.
Charges Reasonable.
Two Doors from Geo. Adams, Grocci
Eirtists   Attend   Rally.
���. ng 1 eople or the
��. ul 1 ��� Van
end 1 rallj ol
...     ;;.. n. v   p   r
., 1 v*ai   in .'
church.   Th -
I was ��� .     he  speaker  Of
-   eveninj   ��� Rev, .1.  Willard
a.   B,    -.,        ��� Of     the     Firs:
Va iver    The chal
was               * ��� an of ihe asso-
"     A H    M.r       D   and  solos were
I ton.!-, e 1 !!>������,-.; .. 1, evening by
j Mil - Si- ��� ��� 1 . . ,,Ker's theme
:' - - an 1 V, hat They Stand
For." He took tor "his text the words
of Paul. "Leaving those things that
are behind 1 press toward the mark."
His  Object   in   Speaking,   he  said  waa
io lii  hfs hearers the better to face
the battle 01 life, Baptists stood upon
the onlj basis oi successful church
union, the union such as that of the
Fatlier and son--one in knowledge,
one In will arid one in nalure. Hiving
the name on a ohurcli roll was not un-
! ion. The only bond of union was
where all were striving after Christ's
likeness, lie ihen spoke for a few
minnA's on the ordinances of the
church and what they typified.
The pN'ew Westminster party returned home on the 11 o'clock car.
-   ,   "���
��� i
r "*
* ���>���'���
��� I
.(.-^sjk, L'i��smw^'*vwsw~'^^'&wi'
Published by The Daily News Pub-
:_hing   Company,   Limited,   at   theli
iii   -���   cornel     if   Sixth   and   Front
Streets, New Westminster, B. C.
J.   C.   Brown fi.  j.   Burde
Having trouble with the salt ?
Gets damp and hardens? Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.   It never cakes.
- i
i tt inning Luis
Take  notice  that   applii iti in
���  ��� . lng is i     : .-h'.   v. hen
nd    ...  -> Ings   -'  the  Lil eral
evei e is a ver..  diff -;-
ent  story;   denunciation     takes      he
Transient   display   advertising,    lo
cents per line (nonpariel) 12 lines to   place  ol   praise���we have  sneers in
tbe  in. li.      Five  cents  per  line  for j stead of laudation, bul  still the same
sweeping, cocksure, "nothing mure to
. ���  said" Style.
It is all very amusing; and verj
harmless also. The empire is not
likely to he seriously deflected from
its  course   because   these   gentlemen
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, JO
~onts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
.���r. nts per line.
For time con'raets. special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,    marriages    or
deaths. 50c.    Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent per    !" ��'"  approve of the men who now
word.       No advertisement taken  for   bold the reins of power; nor are thosa
men to be greatly commiserated on
account ��.: their failure to meet the
a .;. oval of the typical Cana lian
Tory. In fact It may be doubted
v, bethei thej are aware of theli mis-
:'... ��� ine     Lei us hope,  howevei.  that
ies-i than 25 cents.
Business office   	
Editorial   office   	
Manager's   residence
.  22
.   17
|������'.-.-.'A-.-.tll\f.-.-.\��lM��lW*�� Q
"What's th :���: How did 1 come I i
give my consent? Well. I don't know
as I ever did. It was on if the A "... ���
that just ���-1: ��� .. boul happen, you
know, as If 'tw 11 m ide t i be
never did hav ��� u tn h "; ��� for
bands aud store <: ith - an 1 a s >ft
voice Seemed to me tl. y went mostly
wiiii card sharp-* and men who wa'n't
Will :..' : ' w ir!;. ntld la'is felt tbe game.
Her gre il Idea lu a nm:: w is i mrage,
ready to risk life and all for anything
that s ��med ri_iir. especially if a woman wis iu it. an I to us that kind of
a iii.'.u bad big brown bands and broad
back  and   loud   v
d   In
TUESDAY.   SEPT.    11.    1906.
We   .lo   :...'   ..:. -.'.    that i    .-      ... ' >"
us 10 enlighten oui fi lend the enemj
as io iiu- mistakes he        i aking in
- olitlcal   ...a". ... Those   to   ��horn
politics ia a gan ������ ���-. a i -������ , the mon
::   ��� he ol i  co intrj  ;.>  ��li --���
attentl a. anj of these 'I'": j uttei .hi,- -
...   . hance  to c ime, ��111  nol   mis-
���...������  em foi 'I,-   vo   ���  o   C ina la.
even nj   cons! erabli     eel on   ol
'ana llan   | eople,  ��h ��� are  as  a
....   headed   and   si nsl le
with theii   own  i ffaii.-   i i
���   p onl Inuall      poking     impertinent
.. ses   ii.'o   their   in Igh
Il seen s   ir i .a ile i be ret -:.
a:' the 1 lominion  'a   thi     eai   end   ..
30th June next,  vill  . ��� ai h, II I
:   '   exceed,  ��� ne  hundn .  mill!
blund. .     he better it is foi   youi   s de.   [ollars    So far the
Bul si me ol i be n i nents ma .-��� b;
Conservative papers on the letter fro::.
Winston Churchill w hii h was . e 1
bj Mr. 'I - nwood in A ironto an 1
telegraphi I all over the country, are
so :.., leal of the spirit of a certain
year is he  ra e  o   neai ij   a   mi ���
o a lonl an I thi e . ��� ��� ��� i, in-
la atl :. ' hal : api i growth ��ill in
The Toronto papers saj thai the ex-
s .   lon of the Conservative party, tha ��� here has been a  gran!  sue
one  Is  naturally  led   to  a consideration of tiieir methodi.
The Conservative  party lias its in-
With   favorable   weather,      h
greal exhibition here during the firsl
week of Octol er, promisi - I i be I ie
ner circle, as other parties have, and    ,   . essfu] in t;-lt. history ol
that circle seems to be largely composed of men who bi long to What may
be called ihe Tory wing o; :he party,
ihe old divine-right" class one of
the amazing things in modern i ol;-
t.ics is that the party should so 1 ng
have allowed this element ;u dominate its counsels. A prominent Conservative has recently said that there
must lie radical changes of policy and
society. Good weather or bad, il will
be a success as an exhibit! n���that
much   Is   alreadj   assured.
The capital has the advantage ol
��� .. -ia- ail the disting lishe i , eople who come to see the province, and
as a consequence, is very bus;, these
days with preparations. Hon VS. Templeman,   Minister of Inl.nl   Revenue,
'Hl-l JUST '' \Mr w>  rooK
���hi'.n ;i a..s:. i. \i .,:u.ii.
w ire r lugh ������ ith -.  ��I  - h showed he
,. and nei er thought
:. ma le I > register E. M. earner.- -
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
lax Sale Dee 1 from the Corporation of
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Churchland bearing late the 9th
day of June, A. D., 1905, of all and
sing ilar th it certain par. e] or tract
. 1 an 1 ,m 1 premise.- sit iate, lying
and being in the District of New-
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots 6, 7, 8, ?, IT
and IS Block 23, Lots 15, 16, IT. IS.
a >��� ; 19 Block 40 being parts of Sou^h Wesl
v-;,;'' quarter of Section 6, Township T, also
Lots 1, J, I. 1, 5, Block 40 being parts
of South West Quarter Section 6,
Township T, New Westminster District
You ani each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of thla
notice, and in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens being filed
within such period, or in default of
redemption before registration, I
i hall   .egister   E    M    Ca :i r >--.   as
a ne     :.   ��� ���   |n  fe ���     i  direct that
the ��� u  Hi iti in of this noti
:   u th in a d iii.  newsp iper publlshe l
in   New   Westminster   wi;:
:. I   - .:!': lenl  sen Ice hereof.
Date l .,��� the Land Registrj i ifflce
New Westminster, Province of Br:'-
Ish Co . ,     i. this 24th  la   o   \ ig isi
A    !>..   19 "k
C.    S    KEITH
Dls      ��� Reg   ���
.    Vli.:. i:���',  [i .[.:.���:    .1     Munn,
..    .a    -y   .:���-,.      .... i vvilll im A i    i
Ail   ; ������:��� son ���      irved   with   'a -   n i
au I   -a ise  cl i. I   ���-   'I.rough or
::i ler :. in   a- i   il      i    ms cl liming
any interes* in the sill 1 m I by \ Irtue
of an glstered  Instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose thle
:- : il registered under the provisions
of the ' Lan 1 Registry Act," Ai ill be
forever estopped and lebarred from
setting up any claim to or in respe :l
of the said land -���> sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
method if the party hopes to come to is to   e entertained  under the auspl-
the front again in Canada.   He feels Ces of   his  political   friends;   but   al
thai   the ideas and utterances qf the a  function   in   which  doubtless many
Tory element   are   distasteful* to  the Conservatives    will    take    part.     .!.
sensible rank and  file of the Conser- Ramsay Macdonald. M. P., is to speak
vatlves even, to say nothing of the men on   labor   questions,   Thursday:   and
of other parties and no party.    It is the Governor-general and Lady  Grey
by these Tories that the party is held hold a reception on  Monday.
to  the  position of the  advocate ani  o	
champion of privilege in .ill its forms.
Without their leadership the mass of
the party would speedily break away
from a ;.. sitlon whi :h hopelessly cripples thi a. in this democratic age"; and
we mighl expect to find th in running
first anybodj
best of frlen
"BU!    Ik-
was a  n lit   I
us    Jin
The   noise     which     our     socialist
friends have   made   in  the   province,!
coupled   no   doubl   with   the  tact   of
,the   alliance   between   the  socialists:
and   ihe   government,   has so   misled
the people of the East  that delegates
the Liberals hard In ..ie ..'./motion ot' from that part of Canada are coming
reforms,    Indeed  il   is  quite possible  out prepared for a hard fight againsl
thai   the  parties  migh    after a  time I an anticipated effort to swing the 1*1
virtually change places, as democrats   bor  unions   into  the   socialist  ranks.
and   republicans have change i places   The-,   will   doubtless     be     surprised
in the United States. when they  discover the 'rue state of
Bul   it is  particularly  the atti  ide   the  case.
of  the   typical  Torj   with  respect   to i u -*
affairs thai suggests com Remembering thai yesterday was
men oa his ways and works at the the eighth anniversarj of New West-
loment. He -.-..- to ������ possessed minister's great fire, a Vancouverman
of a:. . .,:..:._' aptitude for forgetting Bald thai ll had been to New West-
yesterda and ignoring tomorow, ninster a "blessing In disguise."
.Mi. ., take It qui a natural thing Probably a good many people would
for him to pose as spectacle for godi lemur abo subscribing to that; bul
and   men.    Hi      mtii put     his   there can  be  no doubt  thai  the city
' iv..   ire peo-   has   made   wonderful   progress
.-���       b us"' air   thai   time,  an I Is to laj    me of  tbe
- contrasi   mosi solid towns In the Domjnlon. It
.tt,     I -   -        .. '   i,   He   .    jetting iti     bare in tl       grow in ���
���'���ill   - i lofty patri it-   ���   ...-. an I  seen b to g ither fresh
Ism until i.e .....      , ., etus as It goes; lllu.tral ng on e m
��� '      .��� .... i bl    wind, the saying thai nothing succeeds lil
will   Intimate  qui hal   I ie  . ;. ces i.
wa'n't afraid to i
ab mt li iu- he i i al,-.I
"So wbeu Jim Furness suw Iipt from
a parlor .-at- wind . . ������:.������ day an I threw
Lis baggage off and lost bis ticket j ist
through a crazy i lea of vvdniilng ber
Lois turned bim d iwn so irtiii l> thai I
didn't have a - hance to say a w ir 1,
mad as I was. You know bow Lois
Is when she's stirred up like this. She
jusl  looks and turns away, and there's
no ii I for ber nor anybody else to say
a word.
"Well, with other folks that would
have ended it. but Jim be |us( turned
round and gol a job tiring on ti local
engine that helped pull freight up our
side of the divide. You see, i,e seeme I
io understand by Instinct that Lois and
I believed In w ork uud ili In't care f >:
dressed up effect. But, pshaw! You
know b iw it is with Jim. Put bim on
Hi" dlrtlesi I ���'��� going un I bis ban Is
���a 111 Btay ivliitp and sofl like a girl's
and the r iug esi clothes ei ���:��� was have
a way of b u ;in ; on b m like tbey
were t. ii,ir mud '. iiii I. si, :,s v ilce.
if you ' irnetl !..- engine end Over and
down the mountain, when It gol 11 tbi
bottom .Ilia'- voice, If lie ba.l auy left,
would be us sift   ti I dr \\\ ling as ever
"We saw a g "id deal of Jim now, f ir,
with me n- Btation Agenl and our Uv
Ing rooms  upstairs,   Lois and  I   were
. ���   if chums with everything on the
it.A iad.   Mayl ��� tin I     is whal star i I ���
.]\;;i  I )  getting  his  job  so  quick   and .
having it si be could switch back uud    w     (| .-_ ,,,.,.,,,. sa|,j
hall   ma: k of h itlsm Is   that
...   ��������� . .     ... i ii,    . .:u
monl ...ie - the dollar mai In
troduci the ihjecl ol Imperialism���
he will wax eloquent In hla denunciation  of "Little   Englanders,"    and
Hie Colonic   i en ii      that Vai
ver islan I Is as large a.-, Swll it
... an ii - ipports a   population  of    5,
 1,000;  ami thai  the settled, or "de
veloped" portion of i he I 1 md i -   inly
immediately give you to understand aboul one fifteenth of Its area. Fig-
thai he holds you verj cheap indeed ures somewhat similar could be given
If you are not the verj smallest and for nearly every dlstricl on the main
narrowest kind of a "Little Cana- land of the province; and these are
dian." the facta upon which stress should
Another way In which he coatrl- be laid the facts thai should be pub-
butes to the gaiety of nations is by llshed and republished and published
bis habll of "butting in"���thai Is yet again, In order thai the .splendid
slangj of course, but ii seems to possibilities of the country may be unfit-  on   oil   country      political     ques- di.TS.tood.
lions.     Mosl   of us,  Liberal  and  Con- g	
aervative, are  under the  Impression
thai we have quite enough party politics of our own, and that we can afford  to take a nonpartizah view of |t)rnvelltng .through   Norther   British
the public questions in oilier parts of Columbia during which time he tra-
the   em;.ire.     Hut   your   typical   Tory veiled  over     eight     hundred     miles
has  dlfferenl   ideas.    The -<mly  thing and made a Journey Of over one hun
he run  hear or see is  the l-��i',y  sbib- died miles  alone on   tool   through the
boieih.  the  party label,    is there a Bella Coola ci try, Mr, Farmer wenl
Conservative government; everything oul  for  the  purpose of selecting    a
Is jusi as it should be, ''timr people suitable spol  in  which  to engage  In
maj   see  many  things   which seem  to cattle     ranching,     and     has   selected
call  for  reform, bul  your Tory smiles whal he thinks will be a favorable sit ���
at suoh criticisms    it i.s a Ccnserva- In the neighborhood of Aootsa lake,
live  government���there    is   nothing He expects to return  there in aboul
more to be said, Vou   antak.h.s wo.'d a week's tine
forth in fr ml of the station every few
h itirs an 1   I iy In our town oi er uight.
M :;.!,..  be   figured   thai   iu-1   being  n
railroad man  w u! I  i ������ a ��� orl of rei
mdui Ion.
"But If s i ji di in'l s em i i help b .
mn ii    There v i ro big, strapping eng
neers o.i :;i" !'���..i I '. 'ho had do io thing i,
.���    ted life i    ��� luore ul death
-.-. ithou   " lull   i   an i   bi'   ��� "t eon
mi i u ! .   as iiiiO one 11
cal   super ;    ind   a   pa ssongoi
��� 'til   n ho Ilk -d   Loi - and   w bo  would    hui     I.,,
'   . ��� been   -i ul  :' ir li r lo b ive like I   i,,, .a,.,.
irt ol ��� mrse,
ever did a Bin
ni.- brave tiling so far as I know, risk
bis life In - r. tig a traib of passengers
or anything like that, u.nil he spenl a
lot of money lu helping people In one
way and another i sooil deal moro
than his salary i-otild possibly amount
to���and either of these things was
enough to keep Lois scornful. She had
no use at all for a man unless he was
brave aud no use for oue who wasn't
absolutely honest, and of course spending more th in on irin-d would seem
to have only oa" mean ng
���However. Jim kepi right on In I.is
quiet,   good.  ll.ltUI'e.l   Way   Until   be   had
made the railroad men bis friends, and
even Lois nnd [ began to look forward
to bis spending an evening, things
went off s) swinging and pleasant like,
"No, I don't kuow as h ��� ever did
ask me in so many words for my consent   Or   even   |f   he asked   Lois      It   hli
came about as if 'twas in uie to be so.
minister and all, and il wa'n'l until
after tbey were marrie I and gone : i
bis home that we found out he was
on ��� of the biggest owners of the rail
ro id, with more money than I ould
throw away. That lirst time be saw
Lois   lie   was   just   from   college  and
goi to ;. irtnershlp with his f.ith ��� ���
and was Inklll r llll ob ... Ition trip
oi er their ro id
me I so,  Any
looked ii  �� o 'il
til ���:..
V i.l
UH   I     ll''
��� i, our
all lm I done
���i ...  ut
bore i-
Yol|  sei
she ||]| :bl  bear '
Returns From  Northland.
s. h. Farmer returned yesterdaj after Bpendlng  the pasl   three months
:i tough i le ������ of ro. I,   md nil tl in
pi i-   ���   .,ii i imi .��� u iiii ii ii few years
ami   ir ��� nol kill ��� 1 Iw u stories to tel
:: iw   I   bill   Lois hale ���  personal  talk
thai : iu lies on unig, ���-> it doesn't mal
"But, a- i was saying, pretty much
lh" whole road liked Lois, and Lois,
she ilk" 1 tb" wn ile road ai a whole ;
bill wouldn't lluglo oul any one in par
tlcular. Aud. as for Jim, she scorned
bim op inly, u.nl lie knew it.
"Now, I didn't  like Jim myself, so of
course I couldn'l foul the pity for him i
that  I  would  f ir anybody else.    But j
el.  -,:    [f ho felt ii be never showed   fown
by  iny slgus,    lie Jusl came aud look <	
his scorn and Joked and laughed and Hl!G-   11   In   RlStOfV
and   bis   II.'s    ii ;
matte us laugh and thi n enmo back foi
more se irn ihe very next time his en
gluo pulled iu. Now, I ask candidly
���.���bui can you do with n follow moth,it ?   The others laughed al bim, uml
h . | i ighed With Ihem Then alter a
Willie   aillie   of   lb"   more   rough   ones.
lhl iklug bim sofl ami g iod niitured nnd
withoul li ii kh me, wenl n little too fur.
nn i b , whi e Bug irs closod together
like sled springs, and more llian OIU
ol' them bid to '.iy off f ir repairs, Bu!
| ,1m   ' ilu'l   s i  l i b ild  any  gl'lldgi
VV. R. Gilley,   Pnone ^z���^.
J-   R.   Gl    ���:.
���>on��  ; 11
li'-.iiers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. c. fottery Co. sewer pipe   etc
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement    .
Office, Front Streel, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. D
'Phone 1-tt
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufai 'urert  and Dealers  in  All Kinds  af
Lumber,    Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings   Sash    Doors.
Interior Finish,    turned  Work,    Et-.
Fish and  Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and  Fancy Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New Westminster.
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that l
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
Is tbe purest and the best and is fast becoming tbe beverage
for old and young.
-.a, i -���    '   a 1..--1  I've  i a  there,  aad
b i Just ui prou I of I ols a- Jim biiu-
- -if. A.i I Lol , ��liy, up III u'e the
city is ju-i  full ol    .. ipieens,   is
they call Ihem, ami I.. I ids the
whole 1 it ��� lakes lo ll  mil irully, 111 ���������
ay,   I isi  like -II.- - always took  to ev
er.vlb:.!--      I   go   up  oiu ������  .i   j e��r,  und
llioy ail treul in ��� i l;e u kin I, and Jim,
e-ji... ia ||y  If he's  _ol  some   big  llttlioli
visil:;.j.   uh  lie   ireiierullj    bus,   lun'.i
hole    nie .-md tell* lhal    lory nbout
111 i    |..-r-.i . il     Mil.    lint
lirajj,  io ii do..-n'i matter
In or.i"r to bocomo a gr i it poet the
lirst necessity A lo hypnotize n went
rm   iui,
Notice is here i    gl. ������:> th tt 30 days
>���    late I Inten i  to m ike app .  i
tion to iii" Hon irable the Chief Commi ssioner   if  Lands  an l   Work -.  for
'��� ;.': :.' e.i e to cut an 1 carry away
��� ���    ��� e.i   ��� i ���  following   lescrlbed
lands, tuated Ea of the hea i of
l'l- La te, N vs. Dlstricl: Commenc
Ing al b itake ] lante i on the North
ornei I ie E O. Pattersoa
��� ���il claim N'o. 1093, thence Northerly
- i chains, i ������������������ <��� V esi v" i hains,
��� hem ��� So il i sn i b ilns, thence Easl
SO < haln - . iolnl - co menc i i.ent
Staked   A igusl   13th,   1906
N'ew  Westmln ter, B. C
Mrs. Rule D. Meeke
The Popular Entertainer
Dialect Arti_t
Dramatic Reader
Monologist and
Presbyterian Church
MONDAY, SEPI. 10th.  8 P. M.
Admission 25c
1807 Rob-i ��� Pull it: * i.-ru. in.. Clermont,
Btoumod up io Albany.
1812    i ll la ���������   Pi a.i:   l,   I'r. lad   nOVOllRt  llll'l
ilr:iii.:iil.-t.  Iii.ru   Iii   Iii   Mancho;  died
is:��  Robert Oreene Ingersoll, famous agnostic-,   born  in  Dresdon,   N,   v.,  died
1868  'l ha i '.-im  Btevens,   statesman,  died
In Wimhlnglon; born 1702 In Vermont.
iwn  Cardinal John  Henry  Nowman died
al Birmingham, England; born In I.im-
.l.,n 1 sol
llmi Blgnor Crlspl, noted Italian Hintos-
mim. I.inii'-'lv mi" of the IiIiik'h mln-
|_ti rs, died al Naples; born 1810,
Niebi    Mrs.
II' lii"(heil  und  talked  to those who   1006���Rear Admiral U. K. Benham, LT, B.
' t-a,:..| him the worst until they liad| ���    :'"'   "   '"ll1"   Mahopao,
,   ' i ���-li   tin 1   i ii'.   ll '.-!;.   and   tb"U   li��,
M. v    born 1822.
i Meeke is u graceful and accomplished
Seattle   P. I.   Por two hours   Mrs
Meeke entertained ber listeners with
a programme of an unusual degn e of
, excellence,    Her    dialed    and    ven
I trlloqulsm run scarcely be excelled,
Sun Pranclsco Call Mis Meeke's
excellent work was highly appreciated
by her audleni e, She i ossess -s e_
11 ntlonal talent.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   Mci'.AY,   Proprietor,
.-     __
Importer  and   inMUf H ' irei   "'.
Marble and Granite Monuments
Tablets, Tombstones ftc.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster, B. C
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pion"?''  Limited"  St.  Paul to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Out   I   '
Chi.ano.   "South     West     I.
Kansas City io Chicago
N'o    train-   in    tl"'    -''  '���
railroad   in  tl     world  thai
equipment  thai    f the i
w mkee   >V  Si    P.i il   U i \v
-.   and  o|.ri ite  tl	
antl dining cars on i
.- ���.-   their   pati
..���i \ i, c  n .i obtain ibli
11  S Rl >\\ E. Genei
134 Third St.. cor Alder, P   ' ���" !- "
Special Summer Courses
For Te.icbers  in tlie
Business Institute
336 Hastings Street W.. Vancourer
R.   J.   SROTT,   B.A.,  Principal-
H.  A.  SCRIVEN, B. A., VlM-P'1"'
���     ���     ���     ���      ���       ������^^
. Tel,'illume AlsI or address Ith ���
nue and  10th Street. -AV.   SEPT.    11
The Cash Store
To the Ladies ofJNew Westminster
and vicinity.
Our Grand
Pali Millinery
Tuesday and Wednesday
Sept.  1 1th and  12th, '06
��������������������������������������������.���������������. ����������������������� ������������������������������������������������������
\  new  de; ar ment I.a-  n .. . our alread    pro
sive e.-t.i illshmenl   -thai   ifhat i
Although we bave for .- vei . sold a  greal  manj  ready-to-
.. bats���and, bavin-, secured ai m ���'������:.' artiste In I pe son of
.- Keith, formerl    ol   i leading   Vancouver   store, and   prominent
. lein ' -'a illsl u e its   have ::
Several   il III!:.-. -a  ll
er of   genuine  N  i1.   'i irk
minings, in.A: i::.a the new b
��� Is, feathers,   .\ Ings, quills,  p
Many  of��� though n ���   -.
iding   ': ..i. - - iro IghS a:
-.  the  new    lei iri ment
. exhlbil lon  lm . i ling    a
its    ilso a large    sl n . ol
a.-- in silk and e.ai, he velvets, silks.
er.-. aigrettes, ospreys, etc.
hats are  large in  size���tbe  Km
I   ajso,   an !   so   are   tlie   quaint,
crow ned nn lels of a centu      i - >.
Empire  green au I dark  :������
iwnish grey, then follow  bi
��� , oior���nexl i ome
es and crushed   blackberry
Among 'be veils a .��� fl iw : -  ���   . -.. iA. chiffon
mo! ir  .ell., .onl 'aln :u s > ire advocated  fo        iln
During the   milliner)   opening a   -       al -; ipla    i I  Dress Uo
s, Ribbons, Novelties, Linen   Di ipi   Les   Coal i, Sull -. etc., wil     ie
ado.    Vou are cordially invited to attend.
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
j. I. MACKAY & CO.
News Briefly Told
lay   foi
_  .
' II
'��� ' -
nd will resumi
he m
��� .a.     :,
in   h
' ra -' r ing,     I .
. .-:���   friends
.   .   .:. . ime    u.
passed    i
Shi   -   i-   - iffei Ing .
ed  hand resul    ol       . ��� ing
Il   igains    i ���!������-. 11 - clu    wh ���
...  new
has      i_
-   . .-���-.-- thai
1 thai hi   ��
ban ia---   In    the j
o: wp)r_mansb.i;. I'.:.. i la whal ikes furniture \ Cues, Oui endeai ���:���
Is to Jive these tw - .v.ialiUi�� in every article bought and sold. Our
li 00 high back dining chair p --esses these in marked degree���
they are exceUeni ral ie. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Ls
p eader and l.- a winner; room and comfortable; and those fancy
cha -. large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is on��
of the best    Morris chairs all    ok   frame   from  $7.50  each up
in, "
. ID I
ii  '���:    Shit
ivlng :.���'��. au
to   i.- ense   w
���' a   ia.
Duponl Block.
Telephone 7 J.
... . : a.
totnoi - ng thro igh his   uxharvA
i a . - ml  ��'aip h      M
: , p.
li I   n     :. iti ������   Bis    a,e ,
''"' ��^^^^^^^^^ --���-     xjie
.- .   -
nagei ��-n -     Se*
W   -
ill   St.   P.i
I.   .       S. Headers
will als :.
uissior.  n - . :.   -
as       :.'        ���    . 0    ���
.-  worii ' -    lie       ���   .
.  - -      '��� ion ta
Boys' Cravenette Shower Proof Coats. $6.00 and $7.00,
fitting boys from S years to 11 years.
Youths'Cravenette Shower Proof Coats, $6.50, $7.00 and
$8.00 each.
Buys' Black Rubber Coats. $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50.
hree a   lenl . Pullmi
-  '   '-   ' i allowed thei'        il 1 ��� vhich Is being oceu
-   ':-'~        ���    cases   Mi     Henr.i    Jan ������-. u
in tel mg        author, was sldeti grea     Boys' Black SOU Westers, 3oC each
'���r  par! estei la    neai   th    G    N.
^^^H ^^^^^^^^^���___^^^^^___________________-_-_-���____-_----------------l
���;.   \ ...
. ���. : will ren iin
��� -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^COii:.l" I '..   N.
.     .        .-..ess. Mr.
R    ti sin   ..:: i   the   Jan i -
Ford \
i a. ita! ��� ..' ,  :. si
George Layfleld. of Porl Kells, died
la -        ��� ning  al bis  son's  residence,   rhlrd areuue, after an Illness
-   ���: ling o'   -   i     uislderable period.
���    . i.i , ecu an Inmate of the Roj al
I'   . .:.:���;.,::  I   I B  I ::a  ..::..-.   > .
Miss  Edith  Ri li ol  Ladner pass   . ivas     -.-        removed    a  his    son's
,-esterda      a her way 1           n he   -        die I.    His  wife died
ti   Vale  where   she will   pursue  h r while on  i  . -    to htm onlj last we   .
studies In All  Hollow - Sen na .    ai and her dea h had a  lepresslng effe ..
V,;,.     ;;...                 Mrs. H. X. Rich on     li            ���   f ineral    will    take
n ,,,      .,  . |          ,.     ...    his ci e a    two thirty  this aftei noon a
.,,, j -!A     ....            .,..-:         ��� Odd    Hows    mieterj   VV   E. Fales
H^H^|S^HJ   ���^���^���^���^���rrar.-e
��� ::z._ Is It a Nice Dinner Set
We have a gooel selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
 ���^������-whith'-'r   they .-A     by
. . ������-     :'..���- vas a vi        p   . - ���
:. -   ..:. :   carrie :    i   . nn; .--���-.   ci iw.
The   v.   - ruins          i am h   of       ie an 1    ���   ired     hef.
\.,..,-..                .      Canada will hoi I
._ 5I .     r ..        ... lng   .,,-.   r . isda  . \      ��� Ige  located     ��� -    n    Sumas
: ,,.   (1   ..  ie . led and  Chllllwack   was recentlj   wash ���:
on    ,.,..      -. ���     rectors are ex       ed it bj  the heavy rains an i .,     msl I
Ue garments    .- erable number of the residents of the
av district     are    workln
.;��� ler  to gel   the  bridge
a:-:.p"ip-alh ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
ing of the          - iunc.ll  on  Frida;   ev- ���.....;,,.  worW   ..���-.,   a new   brldge  is   V          ,      VV/"\r^t        MaHam?
enlng,   when         i    inkers   -v..      ie onstructed    Nearly all of Uie ranch-     lvJLl       YvCll-l?     1V1Q.VJ.C1111 ���
called   ��� on       explain  whj   he  went ,...       tha)   .;j_..., . .,..,, large   .,..,.���
LangLelj    -'-'iA: uit   laaking    leave, ers and have considerable marketabi
l'l     u mthl     ..    mnts  will   also   be ,.        which   thej   are anxious   to
passed  al    his  meeting unload   while the   markel   prlc s  ..re
The Beat on Ffock \ ._u 1,5 O.Oi ; feel
of lumber a - >ai I Is well a Ivan :e I towards getting In the nei essai j
;,ly of provisions. Yesterdaj seven
..,.. a. ivei -��� ila ������ i al oai i an I otl
are In slghl If all goes well the
vessel will sail on Thursdaj  nex
im   Wednesday   morning,
I - hui     .    New      \Y< \   l. . - a   .   ..-       .  '
BpM        '   unge i   - u  of .       ''.:....
Deputy   W:       ������'.������'        ' C
���ad to the iv.a ' , ti   an.l   his In  :
Miss i-..    '���:..        ���'      . ' -        . ������ . ei ... ��� ,.  was
I'he ii ���   ��� evenl   wil take pace', . lM>r
a :r introil an .   vl ���.
:   .   . Ml     i��|
Mrs, *
.. len   ���   o ���
.-          ister wli he     -   i   V
r.en      ins- ti            ���   V
.   .                     v -   ������
.     >
 li      - I
The  \\pir',  oi' loading  the Dune of his    fellow ; B
Ith 'i e :e |ulre i '��� ��0,0i -' fee   u   lum-  i li       ���     M I M ..    -.
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
j....��-.. nasoisaaoiQO-OBiaias^^
\ . t  'i  i. ���      . nnej   u     .1 ���     li il
...   hotel   gave tin        1        sa
tun ea esterda;
ice wa      1     . e fui
wI  ��� I   of  . 1 emli ,il . ihe
III! all   . a-     Wei e l|
1   1  Jlil  11 .    ha ��� '
[tilsl lon
1   .',. . \. ��� ��
ber Is being carried on us expeJlllous-
l   ���    possll le  al  Millside     ll   li   es
, 8tt|| on Friday.   Capt, Rogers, the ���
j   river pilot, will be called upon to es-1     Vhe   ro\T-rnmen    dredge  King   Exl   g
,,,,., (he ve-sel as far us Victoria.       ward came In I om Sapperton j-es '     B
lay afternoon and   ti<\t  up  at
A car load of pure bred Cl) ill s lale
horses arrived here yesterdaj direct
from Scotland Thej have boon Iui
ported bj  Jam
unti time manager fur \. Oalbra
Suns, the well known horse exporter!
.a Brandon, Mnnltob-   i'ho horses wil'
bu exhibited .11 the big fair h
government wharf.   The machine!        S
ne"  all In   ' a .. ��it    ��� :���..- c\. ep ion  {!
1 1 a which  ������ expect   ��
Smith, who was al  (i] 0(1,,   , n)) V!mooimir jn lh��� '���,Vll  |
1      future   in 1 which  should have  been  J<
here  lon: ago.    Yesterdaj   afiernoon  9.
hi1 King Edward's crew was engaged  S
iln raising the heavy new boun which |W
v> ' &<
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      I.- i.-ed  M r:ilH.i and lower I'he heav\   C<
,     "        ^      ini 1   SI    \\   11   loir   left on vesterda     .,   "action pi W, UW�� ���� po_l��on *l   theiS
We have not only the largest y JJ^Sn ^ZZTXxZt *��� "" -- ���!   *��� ^ *'^1S
has been accrnipUshed is of a most
.  ,.riT/>nrc ���' ____���   ______���       ���*���_   1.. I bas l-eivi  n< ��� < mpiisiied is
and best  stock of  WATCHES & .111  attend   Um agUcultura    ....   ...                         ,���cs,an.iai
1     Mrv   hut also have the 8 '"" M*���?.   'U\                ! _    ^ 1- ":1 '^ ���� "
,n the city, but a so n^e��� R ,1  a. :������, 1. s���i,. .   he ��h b  o( |he ;m;i!   Had ^���Ueammri in.
bole   a?ency   for the  HAMIL- 8 owaj   unU   Friday,  and dur.ng   he                                                 woul<J
N)1( ;l"     ���___,   Li 1 ;���... s ,:|i' h�� wU1 -uUUv^ Leungs at ��f.j^ ^v)mi mon hll; -mt nn
;���; TON WATCHES which for accurate time keeping jjj (,-���.;,���, ���,.���,,, mcindina reiowna and J
>: cannot be beaten.
1     W. C. CHAMBIRiilN, Hit Jeweler, Columbia St.
>; i Poaohland
'5 B  	
SI    Sidney .1. Dyke, who was for some j will in all  probubliity be all  ready
have put on extra men, but kepi on
working In anticipation ot the anl\al
of the necessary fittings,    Tbe vessel
$ I time connected With the local bran, h j for work next week, and may | osslbly
. m.   v. vnnmu-.T-i... ���:,        ibb    >,.    ,.  ,N,   Van(.imvi,.. M,-ovlnre.  retu it ' '   :A",a:b.
With ;i feeling - t pride, as well as pleasure, we
now announce the arrival oi our Men's Suits for
Fall AAA Winter wear.
Our Garments are far superior to the ordinarj
sort that confront you everywhere, and th<
come to us directly from the workshops of the
World's most noted Makers.
There's manj a new turn in the Fall Fashions,
and we feel sure that you will be interested in
everj detail.
We shall take pleasure in showing you all the
fresh ideas and style kinks, and we Will drop a
hint by saying that there is nothing like making
your selections early, before the very best things
have been chosen.
Very truly vours,
The Cash Clothier
���    A
^  i
!m*ei&��srxmBr&^&'r��ii#*aBm i; i -W��a_an_��_a-p*'-??.->^-Ti
Reichenbach  Company,  Limited
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 weeklv
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get Sl 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 num hei'
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize; and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Reichenbach  Co.,   Ltd.
Columbia Street
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
Leave Xew Westminster 7._5 daily.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 daily.
Arrive New  Westminster 10.30 daily.
Arrive  New  Westminster 19.10 daily.
Lv. N. VA 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle,  12.30;  Ar. N W. 20.20.
Lv.   N.   VS.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N.   V.".   9.15,   10.30,   19.10,   20.20.
Lv. New Westminster C.30 a. m.
Lv. N. V'. '-.jn a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv, Seattle, 4.34 p. m., ar. N. W. 9.35.
V��� W.  <_: Y��� VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 ;. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
Lv, N. VA 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Gulchi :.. -. !���' ;-. m.; ar. N. W.
���  15 ;. in. and 6 p, m,
Mondays only,
Lv. N'.w  Westminster B.50, 6.50, 1
and S a. m��� and every hall hour there-
: fter till il p. m.
Lv, Vancouver '.nt Westminster at
v.iuie hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
Prom N. W. Mon, Wed, Frld. 8 a.in.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
Prom Cliwli. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
Prom N. W. dally, ex. Sat. and Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 6 a.m.
Prom Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Sat unlay, 6 p.m.
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Clone.      Received,
8.20 p.m.
East Burnaby  1.15 1.20 p.m.
Steveston.  etc....  A Cl p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R.. .4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C. P. R.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby. .3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Tirnberland, 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. K.
tk N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway tor Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f'aily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson,
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
Leave             Day Train Arrive
9.20 am Spokane  ....7.15 p.m,
12.25 p ni Rossland ....4.10 p.m,
g.40 a.m Nelson ,     , 6.45 p.m
H.   V JAl l-'.SON.
TO SEND \i >U ��� iVER
Eight Trains Every Day In the Year
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
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 dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),!
modern   day   coai hes   and   buffet,   library and  smoking (.ars.
pur Time Tables,  Polders, or any-
further  information  call  on  or   write I
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia  Coast  Line
(Subject to chance witnout    notice.)
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Si pt, 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
V. '. ouve., Sept.  13th.
Princes.- Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. 21st.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Sept, -3rd.
Princess .May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct. 4th.
Princess .May leaves Vancouver,
Oct  12th.
landings   between   New   Westminster
:. I Chilliwack.
S.   S.  Tees
Leaves Vancouver at '2 p, ir... 2nd
and 16th of eaeh month, calling at
Skideg ite on flrsl trip and Belli C iol 1
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure   are   approximate,
For reservations and Infoi m itloi
call or address
Agent,  New  Westminster.
E. .1. COYLE,
Abb'.. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
W. H. (,AHIiiNI.lt.
Gen. Agent, Freigbt Pejit.,
New Westminster.
Railway Company
Two   fas;   transcontinental   trains
with dining cars and through tourUt
and  first-class sleepers dally.
Atlantic   Express  leaves  at   7:25.     ,
Imperial   Limited,  leaves   at   17:20
Cheap Excursion to Toronto
and Return. GO A 1 C
Sept. 8,9, & 10   )04.IJ
Good till Nov. 30th.
C. P, it. Agent,
New v, estn  nster
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table   |
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dailv ai  1
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.       _._u p._
Sap'n & Millside..lO'.OO p.m. 10.30 a.n
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.n
Cloverdale, Blaine,
��^;r^S_^a|_iWEfiBE in the " news -
'-O Second Avenue, Sennit, Wash
S. S. Charmer.
ie ���' .'.- a v. ��� ��� mini tei al 7 a, m,
on Wednes I      an I Mondays.
S. S. Joan
Leave* Vancouver dally except Ral
.inlay and Sunday at 1:30 p, m, Saturday al 2:30 p, m.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. ou 1st,
Tth, 19th ami 20th of each month foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Vic-1
toria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of eaeh month for Cape Scott and way j
points Including Quatslno,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster  on   Mon l
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday, Thursday.:
and  Friday at  3  p,  m, and Saturday
at. 2 p, m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. in.
Leaves Steveston .Monday, Tuesday, I
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at G a. ra, additional
trip Saturday  ,r,  p,  in.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a, in.
Mondays, Wednesday- and Fridays,
L'-aves Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday  and   Saturd
lays,   calling  nt j
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Land- within the Hallway Bell in British Columbia, may be bome leaded by any i" r-
son who is the sole bead of a tamll;,
or any ma!" over 18 years of age, to
the  extent  of one-quarter  Bectlon  of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office tor the district in
which the land  is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans,
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if tlie
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father Or mother.
(,l) If the settler hns his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of bis homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by 'residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do-
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not he paid
Assistant   General   Passenger   Ac,-nt.
j Northern Pacific!
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Eli ctric-lighted train,   Low Rates
...;..i. 'iv.. 1.       ..     ...
Quick Time
l'.Xcell, nl  Ser-. ice,
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points. I
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   CaliTornia.
Por full informlion call on or write
C. E, LA Nil, General Agent,
480 Hastings St.,  Vancouver, II. ('.
Portland, Ore. .\. c     \
V. W. & Y. RY
"ally I NEW I'aia.
8:20am Blaine,  Bi Ilng   ! t'D pm
-:35pm]ham      Burling  -
jton,   Mt,   Vernon,     Everett
Seattle and
4:_0 pm Spokane,      St. 1:00 pa
|Paul    and   all
points   Pasl.
a.20 am|Anacortes, 3:00 pm
IWoolley,    and
3:00 pm Vancouver 9:20 am
9:55 pm -:35 pm
Lv.    New    v.'   ��� minster   for
titilcbon 3:50 p, n.. Ar, Gu      1
6  p.  in.,  Monday,  Wedne
k:40 a.  ni   ar.   from Gil
9:30 a. m, Lv. for Van.. .
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Bpokane, St, Paul, Mlnni
WinnI] eg, D    ith, Chli
1-oiiA  and  all   points  II -
Por    complete    Info 1       1
rates,   bei th   ri iei \ il Ion,   ������   .,
call on or addie -.
P. ('. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Qui I
New  Westminster, B. C
S. O. YliHKL'S, A, G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
4*- mm.
The WhfoPass
and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mall,
expresi and freight connect with
stagei at Carcross and While Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
J.  M.  ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,
Vancouver,  IJ. ti.
Grand Trunk Ry.
!  Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
I Portland, Boston,
I Ami all the principal business centers oi
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara fans.
For Time Tables, etc, address
Assistant Gen'l Passenger ard Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chicago, in- SEPT. 11, 190b.
."-��� 'If,*i
WDE .v   EDMONDS,  :'-
..        tOl  T    ill  a   .   ..���      .
Sem   V. estn
... il. L. Edmonds.
.; \ 'II' l'n:.' BOLE,
IT-       a-   COUI '.   Offl    ���
nt  Commerce
-:]i,i;i  si t,  opposite  ;... ���
.   \,,.; in in-ler.    M mey  to
On the   Famous
ster oillces every Friday af
0 OF TRADE.������.'��� ::    We I
Ron      C       i is fi
','. .-:���;���
:     ���
��� -...     nf      February,     Ma
��� and   \ .��� al   -   ���
'. u.���                n    the
i.t      Fi .'���
I: a;.      1   ���      pi    po  ed        ' ll
��� .,-     : r quarte
A. E. White, Sec.
H. B. K. of I., meets sec.uni and
' rth I'M.I.t- .rf ,.ach month, at S
p    '       in   Urania-   hall,   '-"rue-    of
R .      avenue and John    I I     -' i
journlng  Sir  Knights   cordially    In
vlti    to attend     W, E. Dunl ip, W
il. E. Matthias, Reg.
I. 0. 0. F AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
-    eld In ii Idfellows' hall, Co n .
��� -.-t. e.��������� -.   Monday evening,
lock,   Vlsll lng brethren cor
invite,i to attend.   S, .1. May,
W. ('. Com ha m, Rec.-Sec.
A. 0. Lt. W.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
Mei tings Hie Brsl and third Tues
In    each     month.       Visiting
Ihren cordlallv Invited to attend.
:      -.. room,  V. O. U. vv. hall, Odd-
ivs'  block.  Clarkson  streeL ��'-
a   . orrigan, recorder;   Louis Witt,
ter workman.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S ���
Re I Rose Degree meets Second and
th Wedn 'sday of each month,
in  K. of P.  Hall, Columbia St . al
m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
oesday   In   e ich month, same
nd  plai ".    VI Itlng Bn Ihren
illy    invited       K.   B.  Stinch-
���. Ties.. II. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE.  No. '1099,  I.O.F.
���    ig the  Fourth  Friday  In  the
������,  al   8  o'cloi k,  lu  the  small
Oddfellows'   block,     Visiting
en are i ni rtl lly Invited to at
.1.  B.  Rushton, ('- I'.-.  P- P
M    well. It. S.
A. o. F.���The regular meetings of
Uu ������ ].,, ]..,��� nre hei I on the Second
and Fourth Tues : i; - of each month
i ' ... in. In ih" Oddfellows' Hall.
v Ung Brethren are cordlaly invited lo attend.   E. C. Firth, C. Ri
K.  P.  Maxwell, Sec.
at s o'clock p. m.. In Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia si reel. Visiting
Hrethren lire cordlallv Invited to nl
'end. Ceo. Burr. S (A; N. 11. Prown,
II  iii_MfflllliB______i__i
Serious   Damage   Reported    at    Pitt
Lake,   Bon  Acord  and  Pemher-
ton  Meadows.
Johnsoi       ���' he B m
M.R-i  ������   WEART &  McQUARRIE,
. rs, solicitors, etc.       'if
\\e [tminster, Trapp in A.
�����*!      i   ,,   ion   an '   Lorne  streets,
rooms 21 to 24, 145 Gran-
* ,.,.,.    JMeph    -lartiii, K. C. ..
;,A      ,,. w. ii. McQuarrie,  ll.  A
,', Mr.  Martin   wijl   be  In th '
J)0_l' .;
"Oriental Limited"
LOW   r\cuK�� ,ON   rates
ro ali. castcj- N polNTS
rii-Krts on Sale July 2,3, Aa^M $*8,10
HOWAY,  REID  <t   B0WE8,  Barrle
s'.ne:io:s.   etc.,   4'J   Lorne
opposite   Court   House,   New
,.   j. H. Bowes. P.O. Bo_
G;i   i:. MARTIN, Bai'   ii
'tor, Oulchon   Id'" k, Col
-.;, Kenzl ts, New West-
For  partcular9 cr! I   on   o.' sdu-tt.
F C. MEYERS, New Westrnin*!- r' B> C
A Gift For Our Customers.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capita!, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
'   a I ������- '��� LEX. I.'���
UNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
reg ilai     i ��������������� lng    of    ihis
1  . a   ':.'���   Fli -'   We.In'-.-.lay   [n
n onth, .i'  8 oi lo'-'..  p. in., in
'.'.    .,:.:���    'I'- -..-  .-.     Sojo  rail
��� a an- cordially Ini Ite I to al
Iir.  W.  A.   DeWolf Smith,
Si     ���'.:���>���.
P.  <_.   A.   M.��� Regular  communlca-
of  thib  lodge   a: e  held  on   '!:���'
t    :. i Tuesday  i:.  each  month  iu
M .   :.ic Temple, at 8 p. m.   v. li
in-   : rethren   are  cordially  Invited
to  ."'-nd.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Busini - may he transacted by mail with any branch
of 1 ��� bank, Accounts may be opened and deposits made
rn- withdrawn hy mail. Every attention is paid to out-of-
town accounts.
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th Street
New Westialnster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty. ___ 	
A,     .       ' .1      f Ace    .        ��� iei  . ���������
Estimates    prompuj    IUI-       ,       md gave the information
nished. the i     ml heavy ia I -���
W. E. EMERSON ': damaged the
head of Pitt lake   The heavy volume
Residence: ,,-���   ,.,-,.    carried    ' I   trees   md
124 Eitihth St.. New Westminster, B.C. Btumps which were   ri<._ with ter-
ifflc force again-' the larrlcadea and
JpVe '.hem un like match wood. Th:;
���^"~ resull       that thousands   if flsh haV*
    iwe '  tway. and before the dams
.- in   ie reconstr icte I, I he opp n
...    < oralMng   I .-    - -   e; es  will    lie
T. -���  for this year
Vi Bon Acoo'r I, the    - -      re ioi te 1
beai      1 be w itei - there
���' ished awa irge nun   e     [ flsh
���    . .���-      irl    ���.   ha ���
the ��� ���   : i ���       ind ca ise I the
���  and  Bix
millions o .' 1 beei   akei
��� ai 1 pla   -1 in
��� . for  hati
P m le'rton Mead hati he j.
���   a  heavy
loss.   The desi   ictton'ol an I
.. .- occ irred In a   -i.i a   man-
to the  one aln ad    ���. ��� :   ���' me I at
. ead of Pitt lake,    .1 presenl the
c  thai  polni  Is merel     ,     attei
o   ' ������ i        as i he manag '    il the hatches   ias nol j el aa I time I    I im in
an official report.
Humor and Philosophy
Time i-i  fleet,  but  Interest on  your
note keep- pace with it.
You know a song Is popular when It
begins   i"  make  you   want  t.,  throw
ttii11_r~ at 'li.- man who sings it.
,...,.,    a POWDER i
I    ��� -"'\t.     ' rffl -        V    m< "."Vi   -
DBfRLPfll t'**'", H "i"t,',r" I
|��     luS v ffi'1""";-''.? ..���:"....:���.. ?
-  ^l\f^^fjLcmmaut   '
.*        ��� ��� *������. *        xLZ. J_ft__7i__>
In Every Pac-A-" "' '      '""     r>"ntal Powder
We Give a   r>"'" ���''��� "'��� �� cake of
Cashmere Bouquet Soap
FREE.       (Cue* Room _J__e)       FREE
A  Wonderful Bargain.
Junk and Second-hand
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
Meets  in   Orange  hall   fl.-art   and
Friday In each month al v p
m    Visiting brethren .\\i> cordla!l>
��� \ to attend.    E.  E. Matthias
W   M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Bank of Montreal
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)    114,000,000
l;Vll FUND  $10.1100,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Moan-   Royal,   G.   C.   M.
G  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G,   A.   DrummonJ    Presiden*.
il S Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager
General banking business transacted.
Branches In all the principal cities in Canada, iu London, Eng., N'ew
York, Chicago, and St. .loan's Nfld., ami correspondents In all parts of the
worl 1.
Highest prices paid for secon 1-hand
g i i Is,   junk,   bottles,   rubbers,   brass,   Victoria
upper, old shoes and all '.petals; also   and   Mrs,   Win
old clothes, etc.   write or call.
Front Stret,  New Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
Guichon���I). .I. McDonald, Kamloops; A. Lorne Bouck, Hamilton,
Onl : Harold i-. -Richai Ison, Vancou-
rer; f G. Wlldraan, Toronto; J. Os-
bourne,   Mrs.  Humphrey,   Vancouver.
Colonial���J. E. Murray, Portland; S.
McHugh, Vic.nia; K. L. Huthchlngs,
Vancouver; B  L. Waddell, Vancouver.
Windsor���D. Campbell, H. Campbell,
3el.'ngham;   Mi>^
A. Jaska, (Arl to; F. _ra_am, Ladner; J. Be;:.. ���-���. \ ...ir ��� . ������:���; R,
Price, Custer, Wash.: James Char-
lonneau, Hall's Prairie; J. Allen.
Vancouver; John Woglebery, 3-attle:
H. .1 McConnell, C im e ition; C.
Lawson   Smith,   Seattle.
Hearing Camosun Case.
Ottawa,  Ont.. Sept  in.���The exche-
quer couri  is hearing today the case
N'otice is  hereby   given    that    the
Voters' List for the year 1006 has been
completed, and that tbe same mav be ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
seen at this office for thirty davs from of Bow  :,n,i  MacUchlan against the
the date hereof; and anv person who shlP Camosun,   The plaintiffs built the '
shall claim to be added to the Bald sh"' :1'  Paisley, Scotland, for the Dn-
Voters' List, or anv Elector who shall lon   Steamship   company,   b.   C,  for
desire to have anv name erased there-' e28.��00,   to   be   paid  In   Instalments.
from, must prefer his or her request The tlrst   waa  Pald  '�� f,l!1-  and pro-
In  writing, signed  with his    or   her ^edlngs  were taken for the  balance
name, and shall deliver, or cause sani- m the admiralty court.   The ship was
<_. D. BRYMNER, Agent,   to   be
, ,.        ,   ,. .A   f,.,,.    /-io^l-   released  on   ball;  defendants have  a
the Hi^lH^_____9_r ____������
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162 Total Assets $35,373,576.
Branches and correspondents In a 11  the  principal cities of the world.
Gene      hanking business transacted,
$1 opens an account.    Interest added half yearly.
Colle tlons maple at  lowest rates.
Open Saturday  nights from 8 to 9 o'clock.
within the time hereinbefore specified.
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's  Office,   City   Hail.   New
Westminster,  Sept   1,  1906.
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
Notice i.s hereby given that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers,
lr. the District of New Westminste-.
un ler the firm name of Allen & West,
has this daj been dissolved by mutual
. consent.
Persons having any claim against
the said firm are hereby required t.i
present the same with full particulars
i i our solicitor, .1. P. Hampton Bolt*.
Hank of Commerce Building, New
Westminster, B. C.
\.'u Westminster, n C, August
15th,  1906,
Still  Doing Business at tne Oia Stand
counter claim of ��3,688. The lower
court allowed the counter claim : I be
struck out; hence the a,'peal to the
exchequer court.
 o ���
For riding a bicycle on the si le-
walk. Harold Scot* was fined $1 and
costs ai the police court yesterday
'aiming. John Efllener w.ii- fined
$2.50 and costs for having been
drunk and disorderly on Saturday evening.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Ellard  Slock.   New Westr-inster. BC
Carnarvon St. ii; ween l.th and Mclnnts.
First Class Meals at all Hcurs,
English, Japanese and Chinese St  les
From 1 5c. up.
j Merchant Tailor
Columbia Street.
New Westminster, B. C.
CAMP, 191.���Meels on the First and
Third Tuesdav of every month In
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Itec. Sec.
Laic of Manchurian Japanese Army
Office, !00 Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Residen ie Phone 80.       Office Ho rs
1 'Mice Phone 2566.        9 .a.m. to .r> p.m.
Pull line of Kngllsh, Scotch and Irish
twi'i'its and worsteds always in stock
Spring stock  now  tn.    Maue  vour
1 Carruthers Manufacturing Corny. |
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU        ,        C.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to nny
part of the ctty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
flCfl 'Pho_�� l S3.       HOW 'toone 137
Mrs. Lizzie Chan,
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
It Is : it :t\,liail idea, no matter how
well \. u m ty Bt otherwise provided,
to lie always your pwH-press agent
Knew in_   i...'a'   pOt   tO   lie   Sini ere   Hi
knowing bo      i bi  led j mrs..if
Burglars nre i il -������ ntlemeu cam
pared with i ime other present day
Vmi  can't   tell  bow  little  h   i i   Is
worth   by   knowing how  much   he  is
It Isn't necessary for the woman wl i
knows enough to hold her tongue to
hold it.
Ii is queer how i mch sympathy you
get that is of no use t.> you.
Cupid's marksmanship i.s the best In
the dark.
The Present Ruler.
On n a time the people bowed
To It nd pi        ; and th.- sort
Of in'- \ nnd b |. a  led crowd
Of codffera thi :  you meet at court,
But It is very dif! renl now;
We recognize aa truly great
Anil make our besl and choicest bow
Unto the man who p:tys the freight,
To royaltj wi  ���' i nol bend
Th.- knee when it is passing by
Or on ii* smallest wish attend,
Fur we hi ve other flsh o> fry.
Its favor doesn't saw much wood,
For ii Is som ������ :. il out of date;
\v<- spend our time m being good
Unto the man niaj pays the freight.
A duke looks pretty In a frami?
Or to a rich and silly girl
Who wants to use an ancient mime
To help her In tho social whirl,
But t.i th.- latly who Is wise
He isn't such a heavy  weight
Or for her purposes a priz"
Beside the man whii pays the freight.
The rare and Bometlmes \.-lio\v  cash
Or even tainted dollar bills
That buy at least their w.-lKht in hush
Ami easily the coal bin tills
Is what converses pleasantly
And reconciles us to our fate.
And so we crook th-' willing knee
t'nto the man who pays the freight
Cutting It Down.
"I knpiw ihat western towns are
prone t.> overrate then' population,"
said the visitor, looking at the straggling village, "but I would like to
know how y ui ever had tbe nerve to
call this n town of 10,000."
"Well." replied the boomer cautiously. "I'll admit it doesn't look it. but,
then, a Mormon and his family moved
out since I was talking to yo. about
Good Job ta Lose.
.lust giving an off: n 1 opinion without knowing all of the facts iu the
case we should be Inclined to say that
the job ef tax .- illecl >r in Kussia dur-
Ing the pres at summer would not i��'
nearly s.> desirable a one as acting as
presideul of the steel trust,
llis chances for collecting a choice
assortment of anclenl vegetables, noisome i _���_- an 1 battered tin cans would
be all igetber too g iod to suit us, in
the present I >r if the people they
would be ready to band bim almosl
anything bnt money, and the numbei
ami variety of Jagged edged words
thej would trj oul on hlm would be
enough to frighten i person ii.ii used
to them.
Somebody has t.i be collector, but we
do nol see how any one could afford to
lake the Job for a cent less limn all
the money that he took in, ami then
whore would lbe czar come in for
spending money'.'
Cleared Up.
"You say you are Belling these Roods
below cosl "
"That is ns true as l am standing
here.'' protested the dealer, who hap
pened to be sitting down at the time.
"But how cm you afford to do it?"
"1 couldn't only for tho fuel that I
have a large family to support."
Knew He Was Harmless.
"She is not afraid to leavo her husband with other women  for hours."
"Has perftvt faith in him, I suppose."
"No,   but  she  retn_mber_   what  a
chump he was when he was courting
II They Will Listen.
The still, small voice nf conscience
The voting kln>;s will find
As like   as   not   WOUld  help n  lot
In making up their mind.
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TUESDAY,   SEPT.   11    i,
REASONS WHY w* Want Y����r Traje
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
(Iruci rip-- on the coa.-t.
3. We believe in Quality tx fore Quantity.
4. We sell our goods at the LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE NEED your trade end we intend to HA VE it.
Capt.m Brown ot the Schooner A'bert
Says They   Fight  for
We have plenty of coke for sale now, hut it will he
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
Captain Brown yesterdaj  aftern on
..-in his t: im tv. .i maste I sch - n
to 'i lie '���. ���-. - -:e .. Ini | orl ..:!- :
a ve:.. storm} royage around the
Van ivei Islan I coast. -A- I i" ight
with liin i i argo ol fou an I a half
, : Ivei i/.eii clam shells which
Is in gri al demand b) poultry raisei -
gathered the shells from Yellow-
si .��� Int, .:��� . !.. ... Bmlth, where
the     rodu thi strewn    ipon
tie-     .-.  '. A.
The  taptain sl  t< i 11 . I cohi ��� - wi i ���
In  Cowichan Gai   thai   I  ���
���  ���     ...     ���    . a ing .    b othei . :
the water.   They i o ild in I be cap
tured    i' means of ni is as I be �� at<
il phos pho ;- thai II w. s
���   pi   lallj  ai nighl to aim sl
I'm' the stoni s at thi    ottom of ihe
se.i.      rhi    tish      ��� . : -i ��� 'i   rub-
Ing   againsl   each ...      .      I bro i- h
Ihi   Gap,    1   e Indians in  the   lis l
���   ���      .    :;._ -.-..I . atl   a -     .  :;..  .:i- ol
- .   ;.   baits,   a bich   Un     ... -   -, .
- ��� ��� lily.
Telephone    150.
....CALL ON.
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
President   Roosevelt  tco   Restless for
Man Who Wants Cast of
His Face.
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
Washington. Se;.t. M.���E. Claret of
this city is making strong efforts to
sei ire a plaster cas- of President
Roosevelt's face. Tht suggestion was
first made to his wife and Mrs.
Roosi v< It   asked
"How long would it take to make
the cast?"
_bout twenty minutes," replied  the
��� Then that settles it." returned Mrs.
io' -evol;, "no human power could induce my husband to remain still
twenty minutes."
Mr. Garel .-ays ilie length of tlmi
required   v.as   greatly   i verestimated
"The making of tne mash i I the
:. ��� would not take more than five
minutes," said Mr. Garet, "and would
��� | reductive of no hrconvenience to
the president. The mouth and nostrils
are lefl rati] tie last, and those features aie not covered more than a
fi action of a minute. Moreovi r, quills
an : insi i i i. ins iring ���..-.. I reath-
in- < ven d iring that sho:; sj ace of
Women   Meet.
t. local council of women hei i
��� ��� ��� .. mi nthl} :..��� ting in the I ai
. ��� trade room .-��� - ��� .a- afternoon,
Mrs, Warwick bi ing I 'i.e chair.
Final ar; any.:... nts .'en mi le for tli<'
: irnishing    of    t A   t< a   i  om   I -
���-,'���! at the fair by the la Iii s,
an i the matter oi having a reception   room   for   visitors was  also  dis-
issi :. i: is proj i si I to furnish a
ivhere lady visitors may come
in- and have a qulei :^' aftei visiting Ai*' exhibits, and there is no
do .: that sui b a boon v. uld he
_:��� ttlj   appreclati i   by   the   visitors
Thi --...'. ."-, n ������ i Mayor Keai ;���
had been In correspondence with a
domestic science teachei ai Montreal,
! ul thai up to the lati >l thi m< ��� i
ing, lie had received ni answer. It
wi..- .- i.-ev-,.,] th;.; Mis- II. :ry, who
is at present in Vancouver, be asked
to take charge of the don,, stic bi
ence department during the fair, and
every efort to induce Miss Berry to
consent  will   le   ma li
Sign  Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia Sl. .New Westminster.
2 Storey Dwelling, 8 rooms
and all modern conveniences. |
Corner lot 72 x 1M2, in lawn
and garden. Good location,
and only ���') minutes walk
from Post Office.
PRICE $2,500
One-third Cash.    Balance on
easy terms.
200 Columbia St.    Phone 85
Training Lacrosse Players.
Professor Judges was present last
evening at the senior lacrosse practice lor the first time in the capacIt)
ol trainer, having been appointed to
that position at a mooting of the ex-
': utive of the Westminster Lacrosse
club beld las* week. He carefully
'>���������-��� hi : the team at work, and advised a few of the players whenevi r he
thi ugbi they nee led to change their
ti . tics in any way. The services of
1 im Mi honey have also I ��������� a retained.
and with two trainers loi king aftei
theii ii :��-.-��� -. the '��� am ci rtainly
sho i ��� a... some Impn . men: in
'���>>: m ��� ��� '���- ' .��� ��� shil lth . games are
. ��� '
Fireprootmg i,iotn.
To render i loth fireproof the following j n cess i:..- been used by :i
French chemist: Saturate the textiles in a solution composed of
chloride of ammonium, 8 part-:
sodium hypos A; In tc, 2.25 parts;
sulphate of i mi aium, K* parts;
borax, 1.5 parts; water, 75.25 parts,
Hang up to dry' without wringing.
Ct."-e Fcr Ccrnr.
One tcaspoi nful of tar, ono teaspoon! nl of i "..!'-������ brown sugar and
one ti :���- ���' : - E saltpeti r, thi
whole '.i i ��� .: mod toge ber,
Spread il on bits of kid the si: i of
the : on:-, and in two clays the} will
be drawn n it.
Tc P-otect _  Mattress.
Stitch together enough news-
pavers to entirelv cover the spr ngi
of your bi d, and il i hi re arc slat:
make a second paper sheel to pul
under the springs. Ii will keep oul
tii- dusl and i- easily replaced.
Liberals by Acclamation.
���- 'ton, Que . Sept. 10.��� W, F,
Vii. -'. Ll eral, .���..:- eli cte i :-, acolam-
al on a Brome co rati to la) The va-
��� ��� a :��� was caused by the 'lection of
Hon. ,1, c. McCorkhlll, provincial treasure  :.' the bench.
Lachute, ti ie . Sept. 10.���Hon, w. A,
Wli -. ministei of pul lie works for
the province oi Quebec, was reelected
b) acclamation In Argentuell county
: i ii 1, i.
For Sale
Well-seasoned Pine Cord-
wood; could deliver pn scow.
Particulars Box 39, Port
Now Its Goliath.
Samson, the old dredge is now no
more, in its stead is Goliath the tow
boat. The change was effected yesterday when Mr. Gilley had the craft
registered in its new name, A towing
jiosi is to be place.i on the upper part
Of the boat and it will be then iii
readiness for anything thai may happen lo come along in the line uf
river   lowing.
'J he Schaake Machine works company wiis engaged yesterday in im-
loadlng a car load of heavy steel
Bhaftlngs, which they had i- celved
fi. :::  Detroit,
in the community. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Mal - ip
your mind v  I :   .  hi me Nl )W.
Do It Now.
was mosi likely s carele - and extravagant young man and did not
star:  RIGHT,
Do tt Now.
is the best of all Kift.s to your family.
7 Roomed House anil
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60xl82 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
The evenings now arc a
little longer, therefore colder,
and a small fire in a well
regulatedstove is very acceptable. This the time to select
while the stuck is new and
complete.   Our well known
has given the best of satisfaction, and we recommend
it.    Call and see ouv line.
Anderson & Lusby
Ittinir  on   !���>   i.-e   Plow.
An old English . enl h : in, a scho I
teacher, who some yearn ago resided in
one "i' tlie small I nvus of Ulan, was
an agreeable teller of stories, bul
deemed it bey ind 1 I pul ition as a
raconteur t-i tell one tl nt did uot sur
pass an) that had i receded It. A farm
er. having come to the villago, remarked in the pre- a .. of his friends
that he had I n plowing all the wei:.
with four horses, breakin;,' up new
ground and dwelt up in it as beins :
very big thing.
"Pshaw!" said  the old   li  rlls'in
"Thai's nothing.   1 hnve ��� 'en In ting
lai.il fifty yoke of i _i . li I lied 11 one
The remark seemed t > occasion general Biirprlsa
"And." continued he, "the funniest
part of the whole tl lng was that while
the plow was ou the top of the bill the
leadin i yoke of oxi u wai on top of
iim tin r hill, and the forty nine be
tween tbe plow nnd the ienders were
suspended between the two l.ills. And
then was (mother matter connected
with It rather stramre. In tb.1 course
of tl e day th.- plowman. I peomlng
rather c in li =s nl out driving hin team,
ran Into i nd split a ; .-��� o: I; stumjp
The plow passed safely through tbe
split, hul before (he t lowmuo got entirely through it -' d up and caught
bffig l.v tho eu.it tail."
"I'id ii tear bis ������:.���'.-" asi ed a i"-."
son nf InrjUirlns turn.
"\"i  a  bti of It," replied -air vwa
clous  narrator.    "He  bung on  to the
plow   handles   and    pulled   out    ;;-,.
stump."   Buffalo Times.
\   Cnrfons  rCpitnph.
i in ��� !':���-.,:i. utiy ' unes across curious
e| : iplis, ' ���;: i e have nevi r before
heard i f thai ef il nn I necessary
1: '��� hen I e ;nisll ��� tin "dri|i| mir, pan,"
figin Ii ���: up in a tombstone. The following curious lines, however, are t
In- found in Wooditton churchyard.
n'-ar Newmarket, and lei into lhe bead
of :l,e stone A a dripping pan:
Te thi   Memory of William Sinn.ails, who
died  y,.ir.)i 1   1753    Af. .1 eighty years.
Here lies my corpse who waa Hi.- man
That loved a -��� p in dripping pan
Bul Tap- believe c   I am dead
P..   here the pan Htanda at my heel
Ptlil for sen :���' I'.-   last I erli -I
But could not ' al .ami BO I illi il
My neighbors tie-,  pi rhapa may l.-iujb
Now they il.. read my ��� pltaph.
Wanted���First-class      band      Ironer.
\. n   Met.ho i   Steam   Laundry,
Wanted���A   good   ml]
calved.    E   Ramsta
TODAY      __
()ur display of Parisian and London Pattern 11, I
and Ready-to-Wear Novelties ti ke
place to-day.
We invite all to visit our Show Rooms and inspect
our Fall stock of all that is correct and up-
to date in Ladies' and Misses Headwear.
The Paragon
Fam__y Washer������
The  Latest    i.ncl   Greatest   Washer   on   the Market
The Paragon
Will Wash:
1.   An.. thing w itho .
\ ious boiling; then
of   using any chemii a
soap and water.
2.���Anything fron. I
est lac- curt:.,:;- to the I ���
est   blankets   and   carpel
without the slightest inj
e\ en the mosl .-   cati  I
3.   Uptotwei ty-fivep
within 6 tn 3 minutes.    I   I
ter and ������'��� aner than  b;
harsh, slow and tire - n
board method.
The Paragon runs absolutely m bi Ii ss ;��n<l so easily that a child
turn it.   The Paragon will save its cost many timi - by preventing  ��� ������
and tear.   Call and see it and be convinced like others now using it.
large Shipment of Them lust Arrived Direct from factor)
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
V 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street. ;���.
Electric Railway Service
Wanted Al one,-. Men to contract
tor cutting 6,000 to 10,000 cords o-f
Bhingli holts. Apply to the Fraser
River  Lumber Co,
Wanted For Hindoo labor apply to
Lash Man Sing, No, 68 .Millside.
Wanted at Once ���Quirk, active, e'i-
ergetlc boys. From Iii to 20 years
of age. Apply personally, Western
Canadian Can Factory, Sixth street.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an office. Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
School Books
and Supplies
217-219 Columbia Street.
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and W8J
BtaMons will ran i vei y half-
hour from 6:50 a. in. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits Line���service rrolli
6.30 a. m. to 11 p, in.
20 Minute Service���Mi transfer.
Between 12 and 'i and . and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder ot day. i ransrer at
Leopold Mace.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   between  .s  a.  in. and  10 p. m.
City nnd sapperton.
Sapperton Line���la Minute H "
\ Ice, exi epl  bi tween  i_
2, and 6 and .. during wbl b
'..ours   the   Bervice  wn:   be
Sunday Service   bait nourl
tween 8 a. in. and 11 P- :-
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd
Columbia College
In affilliation with Toronto University.
Fall Term Opens Monday,
Sept. 17th.
For Calendars, &c, address-


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