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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 171
WHITE MEN SPILL
BLOOD OF BLACKS^
IN ATLANTA CITY
Police Receive Riot Call   and   Soldiers Are Ordered Out
to Quell Fierce Race War    Assaults on
White Women Cause the
Trouble.
MORNING, SEPTEMBER 24, 1906.
Hi CENTS PER WEEK
AGETS ARMY WINS���7 SS^m
-,.   i ;a ,   Sept,    - :     Fi  . n��
of Sal ir la)   ii ghl    nd Su
,ia   ��� .   there w< re uni oni   _ ���
i ��� a white  ii.iiii killi-'l by ne-
.... and nf ii negro being shi i
i, .   enraged   whites,    G< .
, ���      l'i    ell iv - i : lere I  to Atlanl
;,.        < ompanles   of   Btate   militia,
v, .���   si rive I  and are on  d
��� tl mates of dead are still unci but 1 here Berne to be no
n : ��� lieve that lasi night's
i een negroes and one white man
v :��� creased.
��� . orl    frum   Grad)    hi
p ���  eight   n< groes   w,-:.- admit-
��� e wards of the hospital
i Twenty-seven   came   foi   sur-
tti nd nn ���- and  wei ������ dismissed
Tw     ;���'���  In  a  critical   conditu n   and
iv.    , ��� ��� i [luring the ni_ht.
Woodward  has  Issued  a re-
q ���       h u   all   citizens,    white
I remain off the Bl reet - to-nigl
li.  ai    iunced that he will 01 li i
i osed to-morrow moi ning i i
II  necessary.    All boys undei
_'    ���   rs have  been ordered  to s- ���
streets.
��� -���':n_:   of   clt IzenS,   hank-    ..
and   professional   men,
ri   :.  a.  the best element of Atlanta
ihlp, was hei I to-day to eonsid
t present emergency.    Speeches
wi le and  warmly  applauded, in
w   ���   the killing of Innocenl and the
*  in ling ol a score of negroes  -. ���  ���
to a^ a reflection "n thi   city,
.....  and the south.    The herald-
i'. ilts on women bj  negroes
li ing headlines In the press was
1 ' v.iK-d in unmeasure ! terms, an l
v ii ged th v ben after no bj ���
:.-  anno m< ing  thes    di
;
-.-��� ..-   p n   nt _:a., dlvef. in
was    'aa I ired   much of the
-    tmong the negro class  has its
.  was advocated.
il  last nighl  thi   ra ���   ������
w vli  vary ing   \ Igor, an 1   whi a
'.   ���: ng '! iwne!  to-da\   It 1   mil    hi
���an a   streets   In  posse:sit n   i :"
��� -<r-' an ��� r ol the Fifth Georgia
nfanti      ... battery ol   light ar-
��� --,.-
d ��� imi   aboul at    be
:. imi rous an i  repeated as-
���   ���'��� I ti   wi ..a ii    j negroes,
..ii  even  dozen  such as-
���    TV   the   limits   ol   Fulton
������   b v    the  lasi    nine  weeks
..   ���  '        Umax yestei laj. whi a foui
�����<  -  attempte I
lm - in the special ��� li-
���   afternoon   paj ������: -   Irove
e to a high  state of ex-
1 lt< ment.
Late    in    the    evi ning, about    lu
a negro mai     I ive I a white
-.  from the b! lewalk on White-
ball street, in the i entei - ! the town
simultani ouslj        negro  woman made an insulting  remark to a
v h '���   m in   on   an   adjoining   strei v
nd hi   admlnisti red what I." - onsl I
��� -1 d du(   punishment
From this start the mob beg i Its
������  rk of destruction.
Five thousand men and boys
thronged the down town streets look-
-,-��� foi negroes. A report that a riot
ba !   Btarted   brought   many from  the
il irbs and residential districts The
tn leys were pulled frnm the cars.
and in  the semi-darkness of the un-
p bti I cars the negr ��� - were beaten
and stamped upon in an unreasoning.
n.ad frenzy. If a negro ventured resistance it  mean;  practically death.
A car half filled with negroes ap-
pn sushi '��� ��� . -i - itsl le run. The
mob dashed for the car Resisiance
was made by the negroes, who had
di -  : een apprised ol the trouble
Three negroes i.i-   li i '��� "ii the floor
��� ��� ���   ...,i-  when ii  was pennitti 1 I ���
movi    on,  and   two   m   e   wer<   se 1
.   ���     : ��� aten,
The ti ���   bi   ami threaten
ini; at   11  o'clock that Governor Terrell was obliged to oi lei o il the state
Govi -ii"-   Ti ��� rell   va .-    the
.    ��� ��� . eighl local companii e
a; om ���     Previous!)      police riot call
had   been    b lunde I,   summoning   all
.   reserves to headquarters,
SHAM BATTLE
Commander  of Irish Forces Sweeps
Everything Before Him and
ANOTHER CHANCE
Peace In the Republic Now Seems to be Assured   for  a
Time   at   Least   Without  the   Necessity
of   Armed   American
Intervention.
Successfully Invades
England.
flank an I rear
did  n '   lie in
The
vain.
a..- battalion
The g ins were '
- ��� rvi i     :i I   the   wni    of  cm.i.���������   was
Havana,  Sept. 24.���All  classes are dltlons as to  main! In  the  Integrity
now  waiting : >r the condiUons under ol the republic.
which  tranquility  will  be restored  In      The mem bei      ol   the    diplomatic
Cuba, and kieen disappointment is ex- corps were also received bj  Mr. Bacon,
pressed on every Bide Because of the who sought their vlewE on the Bltua-
likelihood    of   peace   being   brought tlon.    All of them asserted that their
al.i it   without armed American inter- governments  desired the   conflict   to
ventlon. he  ended   with all  possible dispatch
To-day  it   was  announced  that  tlu; in  order  to   restore commercial rela-
opened   for  their   comrades,   but   the   Liberals and  insurgents  had  empow- tions and   credit   between   the   island
flanking attack was pressed with such   ered a committee to represent  theui and other countries.
vigor that   hardly   a   remnanl    could   l.tfore the American media) rs.   11 is      Among  the other callers were the
���   .     i�� A - 'liive survived,   as   the   High-   spread   evident   that   the   business   interests Generals    Menocal    and    Agromaste,
..   . .   .. over  c'i'���   fields  and along   exposed   of the island have no confidence in tlie who suggested that the flrsl  basis of
hedgerows in full view and easjlfability of the Cubans to rule them- the negotiations should be for a re-
range of the brigade securel) posted selves, and now, when it appears ioo vision of the Cuban constitution, as-
on the wooded beig-nts.                          late, they are open!) favoring forcible serting   that
The disaster  certainly   would  have   Intervention and possibly annexation
been complete  if the Irish guns had       Secretary of War Taft is cognizan
N'ew York, Sepi 23.���The New
York Herald has Lhe following in a
special cabli   fi lon tc laj:
Britain's navy has - ��� n iesti iyi I
ia i land forces have bei a annihilated,
and England is in lbe hands oi the
'���iii-:....
weary wait, has obtained justice at
last. She lias gol m ��� ' an she
wanted. She has no; onl) got home
: uh : Bl ������ has gained a gl rl is vic-
tory  ovei   "ner greater  neighbor.    All
this merely on paper of course, It
;- simpl) the result of the arm) manoeuvres, but it shows what .- Ei a ������
England wo ild put up ii the i in i
were invaded. Ot course, the British
navy would have to be swepi off all
the  seas  first, ani  that   is  whal
it    confers    too    much
power    and    too   little    responsibility
upon  ihe members of the cabinet.
��� ���o	
Dowie's Parting Message.
Chicago.  Sept.  2:1.���John  Alexander
come upon the scene at that moment. < : this general opinion that peace cai.
However, as the war correspondent of uot  last unless it is enforced  by the
the   Standard    remarks,   the   cost   at Americans,   bin   he   considers it   tbe
which   the   Irish   army   achieve!   its duty of the United States to give the   Dowie delivered  his parting message
success would undoubtedly have been republic  another chance,  and   he  be-   to  his  followers  in Shiloh house this
heavy:   but   nothing can   be obtained lieves it would  be bad policy  for tlu.   afternoon.     He expects  to  return   to
Without    paving   the   price,  and   (ien. Tnited States to keep a force in Cuba   Zlon   City   next   summer  and   build   a
of
supposed  to have taken  place before   page)  ha(, no  optjon  bu(  ,0 sacrince   lunger  than   is  required  to supervise   great    mansion    for    the  coming
the invasion was effected.
The war, which was brief, lasting
little more than two days, was watched closely by a laige group of for-
��� Ign attaches, who accompanied General .lohn French, the general who
sustained not a single reverse at the
hands of the Boers, and who li ki i
on to see fair plaj between the con-
ten ling armies
General Art inn  Paget  was the vi(
torious  commandei    ol   the   Invading   hands of  the  enemy.    Wireless  was
force    Hewas mi]     b< I to have come   ���,,., in ^aaoeuTtes last    ear, but 11
necessary     numbers     in     order     to the   laying  down   of anus.     He   said   Christ   and   the  dawn   of the   millen-
achieve the desired result. to-day  thin  if the  Liberals and  .Mod-   nium.    He   said   it   was  possible   the
There  is  no  doubt  of  tbe  advance eiates    harmonize   their    differences,   Lord might call him home before that
made in wireless telegraphy.    As Mr. the  I'nited   States    must    regard   the   time.
Maxwell, of the Mail, points out, one compact as made in good faith.   That ��� o��� ��� -
o! the difficulties wiih which cavalry peace will come as the result of me
must contend is a means of commti-. nation  is  now   believed   by   Cul a_s
nication    with   the   main    body.    To regardless   of    party    affiliation,
diag   a   wire   after   the   horseman   is whether it will be on terms which will
not merely to restrict and embarrass insure    permanent    tranquility    is    a   ;train   and   a   work   train on   the Cid*
movements, but to pul a clue into the question.    Secretary  Taft'and Assist-   cjnnau and Muskigum Valley railroad
Killed  in Collision.
Zanesvtlle,  Ohio,   Sept.    2'.).��� Three
but-1 men   were   killed   and  six injured today  in  a collision  between  a  freight
from Ireland Colonel Scott Kerr
commanded thi defeated British
fi
From the moment that Geu. Paget
..,.- - ij .���-, i to bave effected a landing at Little Hampton, on the west
coasl   of   England,   until  the  capture
was stationary. This year it travelled with the cavalry and did excellent service. In thirty minutes installation could be completed wherever a stop was made. In thirty minutes four forty-foot telescopic poles
were in  position, a   six  horse pi wer
ant Secrtary Bacon spent Sunday
quietly receiving. Senator Zayas mei
the mediators at the American legation and arranged for their first meeting with insurgents and Liberals tomorrow morning.
When representatives of the foreign
countries visited Secretary Tafl today   he   significantly    stated    that   he
al  Bock Cut.
ol iv.-:. . vli. his armj kept sweep- motor dynamo was at work, and aer- could give them no definite assurance
in_ the British in fronl ol them by |a] messages were 'lying between ,.- peace for the reason thai terms
whal   General  French described, and   brigades and   headquarters  al   Good-   had not been put forward,   This state-
Chieagos Win.
N'ew   York,  Sept. _::.���In  an exhibition game to-day between the Chicago
' National   league   champions   and the
Newark Eastern league team, on  the
hitter's  grounds, the Chicagos won H
I tn 2.
v a .' fi reign militar)  attai hes a Imit-   wood,
Stolen  Money Found,
���M'Ai'i-:.    Sask.,    Sept.    23. ��� Tl
if   need   be,   at   Aldershot.   _________________________   was  in   response  in  an   ______________   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ti I, v.. ���  . !-. in    ���   ;.: tii s, only cue engineer nnd four men were   sion  from Gaytan de Avyla, the Spa*   raone)  taken from the sav In the i
The war  was hardly   begun  before   required   for   this   detachment.    The   [8h minister, that the world expected   tempted robbery of the Bank of Co
thi  Irish arm) forced thi   Britisbcom-   whole equipment  was carried on one   the  I'nited suites to settle the
trou-   mrrci' a
t  Kinistinn has been found u
IMP THEIR WHISKEY       WOULD LIKE TO SEE
AND ATTACK OFFICER        MOKE BEAUTY SPOTS
man Vi   to evacuate   his   position  ou   lumber wagon drawn by  four horses.
South   Downs and   fall   back   < a   the   Twenty minutes sufficed to dismantle
bl i- behind him.   The facl thai Gen.   ana-   march    withoul    leaving   a   hot
Pagei   had   distributed   his  men   un- irajj for the opposing force.
known    to the    British,    after   many       The army   balloon  was expected   to
play a dominating par: in the battle
ble  on  s'icli generous  bul   tirm < mir   der the stairs in the bank.
Two    Drjr.ken     Hindoos     Put    Up   a
r-erce    Fight   Against   a
City   Pci'Cerr.an.
Vaycr   Kea-y   ApDeals  to  Citizens  to
Improve  Their   Lawns
and   Walks.
r
��� ��� ���  .       ������ ,    lasting  al i ul   ba I
.   y..i ���     ..-'   ��� ��� a v
-   - tweei   two   Punja
a one  sidi   an I Office
��� ..  i -.,   urn -,  an 1   in ii b   bloo I   was
efore tbe man ��� an   i   '������
���   !
ed them off to thi    ���
;   .    s ia I    leen    drinking
.  an I  had   In lulgi I   in  a   v
n       - hlnatown eai He   In tbe
.a the) were nol   ��� I    ���
tl -.   hi    were Binging and -���
. iting  ��� a   the   street, each cai
bottli        .   .   .-     mdei in- arm.
iVhen    requested   to   oe   quit t,   the)
ed thi  whi i   t an I attacke I tbe
- : . in, and   k<; I  him   msj   ward
off   blows    foi    a   few    minutes,
i      a-   the   course   of   the   struggle,
'���   i   ��� -  :...,-  was  decorated  by   the
lon  ol   two   I la ..   rings  around
bi    eyes,   v. .  ���     te   Sikhs   presented
���i   orr)   Bp<   tacle b)   the time the i I \
I   ���    bad got tired.
I'he ti       ol  taking bis twi   prison
���      tatlon   was   no ''as;,   one.
id lt took it. . ke a consl li i ible time
a  aa  :,,;;-��� '.      |   |       a8      tile       ' '..'���
! ��� .       inch of ttfe way   1 hi
wi !  be pn  ' nte I  In  the ; ollce couri
: -    morning,  when the  two  '   tth
1 '  whiskey   .���.:!!   i e pro luce I  ai  ��� ���
den ���- again-' ��� ii -,,    Ii  le al
1    '   he magistrate will Inq i   ���
���    place   ai   srh   '.   the  llqu   '   v- '
ed, ���   , ���       : ���        ,������:.���:���
com
rrenci      ire on  Bun I i
I   would  like to  see  everj i III; en
.'.. .<.   v, ��� stmlnster  do  all  he pes
an io I"- iutlf)   thi  clt)  ln an-
n ol   be appro    bin
���   ���  ,        he goven       enera
nd i       ��� ated     > arrive hen    a
...   .-. ��� ���        ���    ii oon
begin now. \ general i leaning up of
the rivati awn an I ;, at h ���. Ill gi .
long wa) :��� * ards en ai Ing a i.r. r-
able Impression on the eai I ,\ hi n he
irri tea."
e   are    Ma) oi    Keai ���       i ni
ments with   regard  to  lmpn�� Ing  the
vi ::���- al   appei   mei    oi    the  clt)   fi
ni (tl  week, and anyone who uses bis
���   ���    whi a wall Ing around van easily
ial  the al ove remarks are not
. i   for.    in    man.,    p ace     tl e
lawns  In  fronl  of  residential bouses
loi ���  .is it a va;,.- ha i nol passed over
them foi  months, while paper and all
kind- iii wind blown rubbish is seal
oa-,-1 over thi    srfi ce ol what should
be  i trim, well   epl - ...     Bro
Ken branches ol tree al i play a
Ufomlnent pari in ad ling to the disfigurement of the    ind     i e, an I   be
., m i all '; ������-��� '���'��� ���' a"' remov
ed, the bettei it will be. It would
also be a good i lea to use the broom
oi the Bide walk foi a few minutes
in many places, where fallen tt nil has
been  crushed   undei fi   :   of  pe
lesl    ins.   In thi    i     ;     ts ol the
di. the citizi n   ol Mi ��   W i     a >
should one ani all exi 11   them ii Ive
in aii effoi' to add to the nppoarnni <���
I,-   the  eitj   bj   contributing   to  IM
cleanllne
hours ���-������������:n in crawling ami creeping
���. ��� r a ill::: mil .o intry, and placed
���; .--a In ; rsitli n for a great over-
i ��� Iming ��� ish .va n t he defen lers,
was proof ot his skilful generalship.
Until they broki Int - v le .v, hi i 11) a
round ' :  amm initii i had bei n ' red
Government Disoleases the
Irish  Members.
Dublin,   Be) t
-   ���     im. .ii Grange, Counl
u
.
by heliogi a phing  and  Raging, bul  as
these depend upon the sun mil a cl ar
sky.   which   were   wanting   during the
period of the war. the wireless proved
more useful    Then, ii' quote the 1. n
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      don    Triluiiw's     war     vo'ivsiHiiiiVtr.
South   Downs      v-    nti���":    Ihem,  and   there was much less powder burning
theii scouts reported thai the Iiriiish   than has hitherto been usual at such
I commander had  detached a  division   manoeuvres, which is as it Bhould be,
and  a  cavalr)    brigade   with   heavy  for the Bmoke signals give too muclj
and howitzers to check their ad-   advantage to commanders who wi ild   t< day. said the members t
Tance,   but   Cen.   Paget    massed    a   have to discovei   Ihe  nmokeleas  bai    ,     ���-,-,.   witb    wo   i
stroni    llvl     a ol   Infantry,  artlller)   ., r|e8 |,V ,,,),,,,. menns
and  otbi                 ������   ng   a   long   line      Anothei   notable   feature  was   the
inched  them againsl   the  hills   working  ol   the heav)   1 mi.   two   i
Iril    i       p     were   In   vvhh li  ��   taken  b)  Ihree  ���  h n II I
positl   -i . loams of Shire hmses V  a   hill
The   British   wen    completely  cut  | hundred feel above   he   nvel.au
���  ��� I, and   Col,   Bcoll   Kerr  was   vv(.,,. sr,-i,    wilhdn The   Bor -
Teed to  retire.    The)   fell back  on   ,IV] nothing   bettei   than   this In  the
Hill,   a   stiong   position,   |Qg| wnri all,| tj,p whole n   the �� irk
the)   awaiird   the   attack   In 10I   Ihe   gnus   ilemonstrnieil   all
expected to rep*6l the In   cienrl)   th
and  hen-  was  fouglil the de    ,iM,  M,,w   artillery,   both   Iwnvy   ftnd
attle ol the war. I neld, in th,' actions oi the hi
Fields  .ml   hedgerows   were  lined  <v ..
with rifles, says William Maxwell, wttr Kngln.tr K:nr.i
correspondenl of the Daily Mail, and      Ott.lph, B*pl   "     '���'' *
in the woods lay the guns, irmly to 1 trttiu, No   14, on  W*       lota   i   i    ,v
���   en  Bre at  the flrsl glimi il lh��J ' n-.,,-,.  tllvlt4o_   ol   the  U   .-.-.   f
Invaders,    wi  the)  made tholr tip-   rnilwaj  collided  ��   ���
pearance on the dawn ol the uocoml   ( . ,,.  ..-ii,-.   frcni   Gu��lph   .i;r,iv-.ion.
day of the war, ovei ih-' hill�� which; Kneinr>t'r FavVy vif No. 44 was Wiled
��the)  had captured Ihn provlpni even
Ing, ver)  realistic wa
JOHN REDMOND WANTS      WIVES OF FARMERS
A COMPLETE MEASURE OBJECT TO HINDOOS
!nformat;on About Intention of British   Dark    Men   Make   Themselves   Objec
tionafcle  When They  Think
Women   Are  Alone.
.lohn   Redmond,
merle i
the goi
. \
\\ pw.i d   .v... .ui   the   Port
Mi od t road and
be�� ..:.v. ed  I ndoo
sell govei una nl   I ul 'a    ������        ������
int.". mod   thM   .     ��
ant whi
an-   ho-a . \.
��� ���- no   hii
su>.'.I  ��:,,   , p.,   .
,,M1   ���'.-. V,    .:.
normou. possibllltle., of ,
wilh   :l   p;u',i;��v-.- ' ,   . .
i.      ';    , \;-a -,     ia       a       . ���       -,    ,,
AT,A
I    p    Q��\ t   ?t   v^ttswa.
pV  :,1i I     S' :.      P     ;v,,i  |
\ Viv-pMhc; .   w��-    "���.������������'    s
had   an   inlervlew    with   the   pn
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   arid   rninisfev   ol   justice,   presunia'al;.
and   'lie ti  ot  the  ln,it   T.sa.l   in i*fevenve t.-i the vacancv
,'"   '     "'" ""   !���������'���>   v. .ve.l      a��V��n_   Mfrttif.   wi-ve   ,,-,*,-,-,(-<.,-���,;-,   bench of 1'aiuida. whicti
the itish broke oovei  mul came Inlo j injured, imi none serloasly^
view descending  111* exposod  slop<  ���. ^.
and taking Bheller In the IvorjJ.a,   On
they came, line iificr line relentis*.
ii. fate,   In vain iho huum lt��rttWd ��t | eion oecwrivd hrt* teM tils'
^^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^Tl��iv iirsvid   Tin-1.   ' ains.
rifles poured mit Itre&ms o( teen-hag
ll'lll!      NullllllK  I'llllld  wtop  Hie :i,h ni. ,'
,-*ttw^'n |
Bne  tire-
tiuti. name unknown, was lsllled.   "En-
i   '��� ���'   W ���   ;   a     - I  Brakennn Camp-
introduce   -
_-________k^____k^___L^L^__k^___B>y^
I en
will
i want
he house i
- .
.-    .
her
������   ���
Min-
... ,  ,  .
-  of
hng-
have
ila . id   da  v.kahles
-
sttip-
[���li .-ii "dng
wiring to pa-:-
Two individuals In  fljllii i -   coat-e,
(urbane and hob-n shoes tn luig-
' ��� -      '-oad
on Se      la    if ������ noon and raise : ��� -im
dust,   for   a white.     The   Rir
lue with Hindoo cuss w
i-   iv  reported  he declined,    Mr. Jus-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ttce Tm ft Is expectel I get the ap
Orntid   Ti-xinK   Trains  Cell ide,         pointment.
Simhildgc.   iw .   eVvpt.  :?,':.    A   colli-  0	
whicli Hell   Pngi'l llilil wn  well nv,1.' -i-.', ,,; f    , ,,-,,   were ini ir-
.���uni determined,   The hllli) ant wtvode
M-aiiuiidiiil  with Ilie nvii   iin.l mule of
v.ai iiiiii itemed rIuiosi real,
Willi   giilliiulr>    Hint    would   ndrtB
. I n   fnlnl.  one   I'lillalloti   of   _tr!tr*%
I liolil  Iti   bioiiiiiI   until  taken  In   lhe
Iron  Master Dead,
rvew    ' i rk,    Bi   v
fettrden,  tbe  Iron  njerchani
Tt
died    ��� bis New  Ymk homo here to
Retains   Secretaryship.
Montreal,   Sept.   23.���At   Saturday's
���ssion of the  Montreal  general con- 	
'ime Rerv. Dr. Sutherland announced scraps   of   ttirbp.n   am,   whiskers lay
liiii  ho had.  on behalf Pt  the  com- upon   the   road   for   several    ya
..ui.-'' i   ...   retain  the roc around after the difficulty had been
hip of tbe mission committee, decided.  TBoth of the contestants, ac
.ha   se "   foreign sections.   H. cording to   tie report   of   eye-ewlt-
I    '.-   .  Toronto, was elected  lay nesses, had their features somewhat
a  of missions, , battered.
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BIG GOLD PRIZE GOES
TO MRS. T. F, ELLISON
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three      '  -        ���
prizes of 5' * g 1 ning
These were J      '     A an     Mrs   Din
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7,691, -.1 1.557. 11.715. 1.911. 6.112
1.602       -   :     1.5*57   64 5    - ���       1. 7 - -
7.SS6. I     ���   ..:. I  I   ���
The ers of    * inning   nun
must     resei     thi ef       Oei    I
'" the rwis    - la    tnone     rill be
iistri    "���       ni  ng  the charii -v 1-  in-
-tituti v- of the city,
 o	
Tea:-;rs  Vee:
At ... . ecem :..-- .:._    [ the   - i Aers'
Instil ite     f the       al
the long faithfo   services    I 1.  T
as    iretaker   : the public s
for sixteen years  were ret  gn ted
-i.r i :��� -vv: in   f an ad Iress a     _.-
I _ni( .    y a - rv ---     The
--.:.--      i .-     ���   Mi -���   lean
_���'_'���- rson     Mr     A .    :. -.    w is
made a    fe mem er    ' the    ty tea
ers   institute
The  resignatl o    : S   Peele as se
���a:..   :'. the institute was at epted
:   -. lei   ras :*- It    the
_���;      The  edncati na   exni it  at
rincial erhi Iti - was  I -  .--
_-..--.    -       -"     ind a
d was    edded        n     1      ng
f the -       I be
.:..     .-     the    exhibition
ids. ha order tha       sltors at the
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ther  aspect      lere    i     la -���   ��� ���'
.   whole oi - ���-���  -
the sui     t $2."
een
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Hatche-es.
-     .     .  *-    Colonist -    a    yarn
itchi      v  ���    .-- makes
that thi       rii     ���   :. eye
hatcheries this
'i - - ���. lata The freshi u
���        >f the month away
e of I iwnlng     ���   fei  es an i
11   we I a i; in : -h  ' �� esi
rt the I    erlntendents expect to get
:  :     ���     >   et   v      .--;' le
t, iti heries   will   be si
caps
NEW SHOES
JUST UNPACKED
AT
JOHNSTONS
Big Shoe House
3
200 Cases of New Shoes Received  This Week
The Following Are Some of the Lines Received:
For Men
60 pairs of the celebrated Dry Foot {Geo. Slater's Invictus Shoe?) guaranteed the only absolute Waterproof
Boot made in Canada, to-day * $6.00 a Pair
90 pair of the famous "Duck-Bak" Invictus Waterproof Boots  $5.00 a Pair
120 pair of the celebrated ���'Johnston Special." Keen Shoe, a Box Calf Blucher Cut Boot with heavy waterproof soles, sells for      $4 00 a Pair
60 pair of the Amherst brand of Men's Heavy Scotch Grain Working Boots, the best $3.50 boot that comes
to the coast.
For Ladies
30 pair of "John Cross's" American Boots, made of Gun Metal Calf, a Blucher cut heavy sole waterproof
boot- 5ell? for '..     S5.C0 a Pair
30 pairs, the same make, in the finest Patent Colt. Goodyear welt, lace and button boots S5.00 a Pair
60 pairs "The Empress" College Cut Boots, in Patent Colt and Vici, the newest cut shoe on the market, sells
t0-firv at $4.00 and $5.00 a Pair
90 pairs "Empress" Heavy Sole Lace Boots, 3 different widths, made with rubber heels, the easiest fitting
shoe made         $3.50 a Pair
30 pairs "Johnston Bros." American Shoes, made in Hallowell, Maine. This is a Blucher cut lace bo it, made
with heavy soles and low heels, a young lady's shoe  $3.50 a Pair
60 ] airs the same make, in Gun Metal and Box Calf, equal to any ��4.00 Canadian boot, our price $3.00 a Pair
90 pairs "Johnson Bros." Fine Patent Leather Boots, with heavy and light soles, the newest kind on the
n-arke: '       $3.50 a Pair
'v ] air "Ge ��. A. Slater's" Invictus Shoes. 'Duk-Bok' waterproof soles, the only absolutely waterproof ladies'
: that comes to the coast , < $5.00 a Pair
For Boys
90 pair "Dayfoot" hand-made Boots, with bell >ws tongues and water] roof   $. 50 a Pair
120 pair "Overholze" grain leather School Boots   $1.: j to $2.1 0
These are only a few of the many lines received this week.
SATURDAY IS OUR BARGAIN DAY.
COME AXD SEE THE NEW SHOES.
JOHNSTON'S BIG SHOE HOUSE
I
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
I MONDAY.  SEPT. 24.  1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING  SUN   PLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.  G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West. V
Canadian
Pacific
[.ail-way Company
fast    t:,in.continental    trains
with   lining cars and through tourist
��� : ��� ��� ��� lass  sleepers daily.
Atlantic  Express ie.ives at  T:2_.
p'.  Limiti I.   leaveB at  17:no
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Ageut,
New We-'n   !.-������ -
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Ardent.
Vancouver.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOL* OVER
THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
i >-.t Trains Every Day in the Ye_i
I Northern Pacific!
t, _ .,
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Trav I ..n ti." Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
E ectric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to ail European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   CaliTornia
For full informtien call on or write
C. E. I.AN A, General Agent,
130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. it. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. a. G.   A
subsequent  year.
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed j.o feet in
length, measured on the base line <y
general direction of the creek o:
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
shall be _30 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal.
; ts, one at each end. i.e:.ring notices.    Entry must be obtained within
ancouver.
CONDENSED  STORIES.
LTD
Tender for a   License tc  Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lands   in   the   Province  of  British  Columbia.
Sealed tenders addressed to '.be
Timber and Mines Branch, Department of the Interioi, and marked on
the envelope.     "Tenders for  Timber
ten   day?   it   the   claim   is  within  ten   Berth   No.   496,"   will  be  receive"!
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal   the  le'-ee  can   dredge  to  high-water
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in   mark on each alternative leasehold.
miles of the mining recorder'.- office
One extra day allowed ior each addi
tional ten mile? or fraction.
The person or company staking ���<
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer cf a new mine is;
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party con-ists oi
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall b<
charged the rest of the party ordin- i
arv claims onlv.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate 'n ls St&uxe��
of two and one-halt* per cent, on the Tlle regulations tinder vhl.-h _
value of the gold shipped from the license will be issued, also printed
iect to the rights ol all persons who forms of tender and envelope, may be
have, or who may receive entries for obtained at this Department or at the
bar diggings or bench claims excepi offlce 0I lhe Crown Timber Agent at
I. lewan   1* ver,  where   New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Each tender must be  accompanied
fit
this Department until noon on VSei-
nes lay, the 10th day of October. 1906,
for a license to cut timber oi. Certh
No. 496, comprising Let;0.! Sub-division 9 of Section IT ani Leyal Subdivision 1- of Section 15 iu Township
40, east of the Coa-t Meridian, containing an area of 80 acres, more or
less.
A   survey   of   this   ben'n   must   be
made  within one year  '���: j".\ the uaie
How   a   Resourceful   Soy   Overcame   a
Difficulty.
The late Peter Lorillard Ronalds
liked perseverance in hi- servants,
says tin.- New i'ork Tribune. When
he told tin m to do a tiling he expi ted them to do it, no matter how
ditiicult it might be. If he sen: a
stableman oul to buy a certain kind
of whip he expected the man not to
Humor and Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.  SMITH
!A-A^:-
:e:jt^*i
JMrFl=*-      �� ���;   ������ ts
SR
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
the newest    and best idea>
��� ���    Ci 'Ml'I IRT,   CONVENIENCE
'. L'XURY. ��� It is lighted with
i- th electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly    illuminated    train    in    the
rid. The <q 1 pment cons -���- of
;��� -.ate   compartment   cars.   Standard
Hp!:i'ti   sleepers,   luxurious   dining
��� <r. reclining chair cars (seats  freel,
' ulerii   daj   (    11 hi -   and   buffet,   li
I r.irv and  -������-., k ng i ars.
- Time   I ab ��� -.  Foi ler-, 1 n  any
rther  in! rmation call on or  write
F. W. PARI/ER,
GENERAL AGENT,
�����20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
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The  lessee  shall  have  a  dredge in b-v '*n ��*��*����> cheque on a chartered
operation within one season from the :an'-  iu iaVu;* of the Df*rmt>* of ^e
date of the  lea-e lor each  five m:le- Minister   of   the   Interior,     for     the
but where a person or company has amount of the bonus which the appli-
obtained   mure   than   one   lea-e   one cent is prepared to pry for a license,
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac- \() tender by telegraph will  be en-
tion thereof is sufficient.    Rental, $10 tertained,
per annum  for    each    mile    cf river
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be pur-.
.-ed at $10 per acre ior soft coal
and $jo for anthracite. Not mor.
th.-'.n 320 acres can be acquired by one
: : vidua! or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton 01 3000
pounds shall be collected on ihe gr ss
a I; a.i t.
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
years and over and joint  stock com-
' panies holding tree miner-' certificates
may obtain  entry for  a mining loca-:
"on- The lessee's right is confined to the
A free miners cernncate is granted, submerged   bar  or  bars   in   the  river   as ,be owner in Fee Simple, under a
ior one or more year-, n   : exceeding   below    low    water    mark, that boun-  Tax Sale Deed from the Corporation of
j five, upon payment in advance of $7-50  dary to be fixed by its position on the  the Township or District of Surrey to
iper annum for an individual, and from   tst day of August in the year of the  John Churchland bearing date the 9th
!?o to $100 per annum for a company,  date of the lease. dav o{ June   x   D    1905   of nl] and
'wording to capital. I     The  lessee   shall  have   one  dredge  Btoglflar  th;U  certal'n  par'cel or  tnlot
A   iree   miner,   navmg   discovered   in  operation_within two years from
mineral in place, mav locate �� claim   the date of the lease, and one dredge!
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the   ior  each  five  miles  within  six  years
same   with   two  legal   pgsts,  bearing  from such date.    Rental $100 per mile
location notices, ont at each end of  Yukon  Territory
ci inptroller.
PERT   PARAGRAPHS.
Don't chase big joys so hard that you
tran pie down little ones.
It doesn't matter so much about your
clothes bo long as your intellect doesn't
bag ut the knees.
Ton can't pump n gallon of Information Into n pint of brain.
Opportunity wouldn't get snubbed
so often if she did not have the bad
habit of going about disguised.
Even a Uenf man can hear the noise
a fifty dollar bill makes.
But It isn't certain that you will flnrl
your sins out If the police do not lend
a band.
Nothing makes a man so thundering
mad as to pay 11 dollar for an article
and see it marked down to 89 cents the
next day.
Debts of gratitude should really draw
more interest than they do.
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each nippy be
granted to a free miner ior 3 term of
20 vear?, also renewable.
PERLEY  G.   KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa. August 25th, 1906.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take   notice   that   application    ha?
1 been made to register E. M. Carncross
to   be   paid   to  tbe
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv M-'.w Dally
Leave WESTM1 NSTER  Arrive
l':.Dam Blaine,  Belling-
i: 35 111. 1.am      Burling
Iton, Mt. Wr
non, Even "
Beattle aud
I Portland.
4:3*) pm Spokane, so
Paul md all
polnta Ensi.
9._o am Anacortea,
Woolley,    andl
[Rockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:65 pm
:cn pm
:!.'���; m
00 pa
on pm
|9: 20 am
[4:35 pm
I.v. .New- Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar, Guichon
6 p. m., Monday, Wednesday,
Friday.
���Via a. m nr. from Qulchon,
9:30 a. m. l.v. for Vancou vi ���
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and  all   points Mast.
For complete Information,
rates, berth reservation, etc,
call on or address,
P, C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, B. C
S. O, YERKES, A. (I. P, A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
���.the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen day- it ocatvd within ten miles
of a mining recorder's 1 ffice, one ad-
litional day allowed for every additional ten miles nr fraction. The
t'ee for recording a claim is $5
At le i-t shoo must be expi n '��� -1 on
the claim each year or paid to the
min ng n ordi r in lieu th< re f, When
$500 has been expended or pan!, the
itor may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the laud at
$1 00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister ol the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
are.i not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2j_ per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  of  the   location.
n.ACF.R MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T.. excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$s, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
,.,���, low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
Seceding IOOO feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
mav be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the  N. W. T., excepting the  Nu
kon Territory-A free miner may ob
lain onlv two leases of five miles each
for   a   term   of   twenty   years,  renew-
in the discretion of the Mirustet
ie   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bed   or bar', of the rivei
below any low water mark, and IUU
I r lirst y;ar and $10 per mile for each
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
tree miners may work their claim-
in partnership by riling notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and anpther obtained on
the same . reek, gulch or river, by
.- \ ing 1 "tice and paying  a  fee.
Work  must   be   doni   on   a   claim
each year to the value ol at least $_O0.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anaTd open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berth, on their sleepers are longer.
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System,
and being in the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots tl, 7, S, 9, I"
and 18 Block 25, Lots 15, 16, IT. 18,
19 Block 40 being parts of South West
quarter of Section 6, Township 7. also
Lots 1. _. 3, 1, a. Block 40 being parts
Of   South   West   quarter     Section     t*.
Township 7, Now Westminster District.
You and each ot you are required
to contest the claim of tho tai purchaser within forty-five days from the
date oi the first publication of this
��� i ... and in default of 11 cnvo.it or
certificate ol lis pendens being Med
within such period, or In default ol
redemption before registration, I
shall register E, M. Carncross, as
owner thereof in fee. 1 direct that
the publication ot this notice for one
TilE BOY ADVANCED BOLDLY.
return until the whip was secured,
though he should have to visit ��
hundred -shops to get it.
There is a story about the wa}
Mr. Ronalds came to hire a groom
He was Ln a drug store om- daj
when a shabby little boy entered.
Tlie boy advanced boldly to tin
clerk, took a small camel'- hail
brush from liis pocket and said:
"Smell this an' gimme H�� cents'
worth.   I've forgotten the name."
The dork smiled, smelt and toi S
down the iodine bottle, and Mr. Ronald, engaged the ingenious and resourceful boy on the spot.
Lccks Good.
Tha i. w balloonist, though a boy
cf modi s:> and worth,
Wants but oni  thing to crown hi�� Joj .
Hi- wants, you bet, the earth
Harmonious.
"lie draws bis Inspiration from tin
sea."
"I didn't know that be was wri"__��
p urohlhttion tectums '
Just a Difference.
"I suppose you throw 11 tit when thnt
kid asked you for your daughter's,
haud 7"
"No, I threw out a misfit"
The boundaries of a claim may be   month in n flail}  newspaper published
able
of tf
etined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon Official Gazette.
Petroleum���All  unappropiated  Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
wet Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting tot
petroleum,  and   the  minister  may  ro
serve  for  an  individual  or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres f��>r
-111I1   period   as   he   may   decide,   the
length of which shall not exceed three  doau.
times the breadth,    Should the pros-1    ^.
pector  discover  oil   in   paying   qnan-
.11   Xew   Westminster  will   be   good
and sufficient service hereof.
Dated a*, the Land Registry  Office,
\p-w   Westminster, Province ol Bi 1
ish Columbia  this ..th day of August
\   D . 1906.
0.   S   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To H, Yilandre, Daniel    ,7.    Munn,
10.uge F. Risteen and William Thiba-
persons   served   with  this  notice,  and  those cla.ming through  or
lil iw, and Satisfactorily establish such ,
discovery, nn  area  not  exceeding 64o!inil1er 1hem- and ^l I**1"80118 claiming
acres,  including  the  oil well,  will be  B*��y interest In the said land by virtue
sold to the prospector at tbe rate of
fi an inrc, ami tlie remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, i->8o acres,
will br told at the rate of $^ an acre,
subject 10 royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
Irrior.
Dept. Interior.
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of tbe "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
Special Summer Courses
For  Teacher*  in  the
SPR0TT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hasting? Strert W.. Vancouver
R.   J.   SROTT.   P.  X.,   Principal.
H.   *..  SCRIVEM.  B. A.. Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNVMGHAM. Rec
Westminster Iron Works
GKMERAL. MACHINE AND LN'.'INKl
WORK.
SHTP SMITHINU, BHlUUE and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   wont,   including
\ fences, Gates, Flre Escapes, etc.
Mail orders pnd correspondence ln
rited.
JOHN REID,
BEUB1E BTKEET.
[ New Westminster. r. O. 474.
Foe to the Sex. '   .
The mouse is pi creature
V|u;te larg. ami ferocious.
The deeds of this monster
An  simply atrocious.
On man aa p> dlel
The mouse doesn't thrive,
Bm it for amusement
Eats women alive.
A woman for blocks
It will rvUilessly follow
Ar.1 1.-,:  )������ r rigrht down.
Press .'iiipl all, at a swallow.
*_h<    ..-   .: . in ape it,
Th, re*, ru^ use to
Tl-.i- m.vasp is determine.
Thp- lad)   11-..,-; , ���
No v tp. : :
p : ��� ��� . . -. IS . >tra. ling
A
Pi    - a..... Mng.
TV.       II   It   ���  M]
swoon
1    . .a-.
lr, torm frti   "Ttj   balloon?
"fO. 1    ess
Thai Ihe moi -������   : ad a talent
r.,- i��� mg .-, -
And so verj      -   llsjit
Indeed tt ts all
'!���' ' ��� ��� ��� -   ken,
F"0 lhi   rrip-'iisr
Sid Ot thi   men.
\n Accommodating Job.
Castro appears 1 ��� bave the presidency of Venezuela just where ho wants
it. It be gets tired ol the Job be eun
take it off nnd bang il up in the closet, knowing that ii will be there for
him When he comes back aftor it.
Few mon have got tho game beaten
like that, lu these swift modern days
a man lmnlly stops out of office until
he becomes a back number nnd a has
been, and BDOUt a your later well posted people boKin to scratch their bonds
nnd wonder who he is when thoy hem
his name mentioned.
With Castro it is different   if he
w-Hnts to tro down In tho nndlenw nnd
watch himself noting he can do so
without having some one tell him thnt
a worthier s:m hns coppered tho Job
when ho comes imok. Whenever he
feels that way ho stops to the front
and explains in a loud tino t-y{ voice,
"I am It!" nnd tho others bow down
and exclaim In chorus, "That's right!"
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THE DAILY NEWS
Pu shed bj The Daily News Puu-
lebii v Company, Limited, at theii
ifflces corner of Sixth and Front
dtreets, New Westminster, B. C.
When you want BLACK silk,
you don t say "a spool of silk."
When you want Windsor Table
Salt, sav so -'* WINDSOR."
Humor an? Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Ercwn R.  J.   Burde ____
  ' " fore the  municipal!)
ADVERTISING RATES. to managi     -        Irs isiness
!;ke  manner  which   has   ma   ted   its
Transient    dfsplav   advertising,    10 .   . ,
cents per line (nonpariel) 1. lines to pasl aamlma ' ���' ���'-'"���
the  Inch.      Five  cents  per  line  for  �� 	
subsequent insertions. it is announced Aw  Prof. Weld n,
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 Dean of Halifax law sch > A has (intents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 dertaken to oppose Mr. Fielding at
cents per line. ,he bye-election In Q teens Sl el
For   time   contracts,   special   posi- He evidently knows his friends   i
tons, apply to advertising manager. .       \ ,
Notices   of    births,    marriages    or as Me  na:* ,c"'  Ule'"    na
deaths, 50c   Wants, for sales, lost or consent,  if ho  is  their candidate,  to
found, rooms to let. etc., one cent per have a At.m ele ition;  I ������ will n I
word.      No advertisement taken for e]..lte Tne usua, Torv tcicy!S_
ieso than 25 cents.      ' ___
Oiu-   p��f our   Conservative   contem-
TELEPHONES. porarles   records   the the
Business office   22 leadii>: Conservative paper of the Do-
Editorial   office     17 minion A strongly opposed  to better
���,-, ���' inis   eing v -.v.��� It      IV ���- : :es, ana
Man..ers   residence    27/
trim    that    deduces   the   , m :Iusl in
"""* " that, should 'ho Provln to s^1-
. .A;vi":.i��;. cure better terms, it  .v: Ail'
of   the   Liberals!     The    - ime     a ier
"* shows  -he  amazing clearnes
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
A s::.,;i; i. y Ig always busy looking
for Som.'tb.:..  appall.a.-  that  ho  may
Imitate it.
In Imagination we nil star in dramas
of our own production.
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PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
NAONDAY.   SEPT. 24.   1906.
THE   NEW   PARTY.
.-:.    .1 I  t'nilo 1   Lain'!- ::.  i 'ana ..,  ac-
ci   '.  an I ihe  ;���: esuni] tion Is  thai  i
nill.     --   lecision   ii I ie Victoi la ���   :.
gri ss,   .. e  -ii ol   have a   well   li fii ��� I
thii I  part)  in i' ti :.     diti  -���the
������Canadian Laboi Pai tj " The platform approved in Victoria contains
sixteen "j lanks" apj lfcable, as we understand it. v> the vliole Iimiiinion.
with twelve added fi im the Quebec
provin ial platfi i tn. Of the latter,
one or two are duplicates of those in
the general platform. This platform
must, of course, be looked upon a.s a
sort of first draft, to be subject to
criticism ..:. ; amendment when it
comes to e liscussed in the councils of united labor throughout he
Domini: n. Direct legislation through
the initiative and referendum is one
of the planks, ani it is to be anticl-
pated ihat the party will adopt that
means of coming to a final decisi in
or. the question or" retaining or rejecting or modifying any plank which
may be challenged by any of the
unions adopting the general principle
of the formation of a party separate
and listinct from the existing p AA
cal organizations
Will the new party  succeed in establishing itself as an influential factor in politics?    1:" A does, what wiU
be   the  effect   upon   political   organizations as they now exist?   These are
questions   which    will    doubtless   be
r.v.ich debated,  but   to   which   time
alone can supply the answer.   In such
-���. -; emulation  seems idle.    One
A  certain, 1. iwever���ihe move-
will stimulate the discussl >n of
vital   political   principles,   ani
In A"..:', way contribute to th" po-
- -1 ���' lucati m oi v.-   peoi le.   I- is
������'    h  education,   mo -      erh  ps   Alan
auy  possible   organization,   which   is
needed to improve the administi       i
ffairs evi     when
 o	
It is the - ���'.-������      -      a to
li -��� I      '':.'���   - cAicj    ol
���  :.
ectivi       not ..--.-, a I-
������  .. ���       ��� Province."
S s a McBride ar
ticle .   -    - - _ ���  .
-    a  does
tion    is
io   ad-
vai        1 ���   ��� -���       ��� the Pro\ n   ���
One -,   :.*���-'���    a
be supposed I
its :-   itation inity, to say i   th
ing
utte -\     An a ei
In       er to do its dui
by ���'
.     m , .
"A een I
indi      rii ...
'I'll'-  o -   ���'.,-   o    ,   ,
'; "- A n     iis   ip, and  ... the
i declares  thai  i    show it
"������''���' il      ':.'     ���     tiling
~'   -   -        fui    1   ���-    a  thing ���    :,,,
al si lutely condemned.   "Like n
lLke  man.''    Such   asinine  arguments
a:- fittingly used in support of -.. h
;- government.
li -;Ak   by   the  remark   thai    i
bavin, a majority in parllai    n   -���
he in a   position  to  carr}   its      ii
Into  effect      This  A.  iv i  e I.   a  st
ling discovery:    F irtl ���      li I  Us will
p- awalte 1 h ith Interesl
 o ������
Captain Bill Daly's Mistake,
This is a ^tory lol i iv,   I aptaii
Bill  Daly,  the  sporting  ;;:a_.  and
which, I a.n sure, has n ver appeared in public.
When !.:.- family moved to the
south ��ud his children wanted him
to give i.p liis work, but tlie old
gentleman refused. Then they said
"Vou must use the rear door if yo :
in-;,-.t on working."   He ,i, | so.
After a severe storm lasi winter
he was asked to i lear the snow Er n
the front sidewalk, and after he h id
dons so his attention '.v.i- ca I d to
the fact that he had also - te ire I
about half pf his next door neighbor's walk. Xow this n .ighboi
was the particular aversion .if Mr
Paly,, and he was very mud over
what he had done, and in his a::_r n
he said, "Wei], how tlie   i.s a
man to know Ids own sidewalk when
lie is denied llis own front dour?"
-iof'-s'
When a man has a good opinion ot
himself bis satisfaction Is so sublime
that it should lu> put in u frame.
Superstition is Inherited prejudice.
a thorough tanning is guaranteed to
remove freckles.
Writing li ma- t it :.. iney Is a s|
branch nf the art or* letter vtvt,:i_v
Your physician's ������,-.,������-������.) for your
health A apt t > be c in i -urate with
the depth of your purse.
Earning m mey aa 1 ng a
aren't necessarily _j:: mym us,
People who can't iu re a _.i!*t
dou't amount to much.
The simple ||fe Isn't related to the
simpleton.
Be sure that your own lid fits tight
before you ask your neighbor to put
his on.
Neither do heiresses like to have the
date put upon the label.
H.dn't Any Mind.
"I never lose my presence of mind."
boasted young Soft;.
"No. I should -ay not. It is very obvious that yon don't," murmured Miss
Caustique..
Ps.im of S-immer.
Tot! me iii>; ir. tones thai rumble
Love I- but  in - ������.:���'���  dr   .:v
Huh youi eyes and I   ���-��� a ta:r.b!e
In tho peai hes  ind the   ream.
Love Is real, love Is i   ill   -'.
If it isn't Just iv lav.
tVhen il.-- v   -������      ids  '��� irnest
To tti-- sfeeser with more mpin.
Trust va> lady, howe - - ;��� ��� .-ant.
When '.iv sumn ���������  tlmi   la ha-re;
She'll ne; be youi       I stmaa present
At this season of the :��� ��� .r.
In the world's broa l fli I '��� of battle,
In the :��� :.r.:.- -��� . tn ���
If you mak.' th- monej  r it: 1 <>
Sh- will be your turtledove.
Sh- will l ��� your I    Is     w lOtsie
Till your mi i      ls ru n through,
After that ber dainl       oo  lie
Murmurs something like "Skiddoo!"
EW'SPAPER   ITEM.
Mr. Gayboy's return  is awaited with the  utmost anxiety.
'��� ��� ��� ���'���'-' -iA' of lands owned by
the ( ��n oration shows very clearly
that the opportunity to make a good
bome and a good living on land in
the vicinity of New Westminster Is
appreciated. The 26 parcels disposed
of were abandoned by their former
owners In preference to paying tax as
which would have averaged about $30
per parcel; ihey were soli for a price
whbl. iverage I very nearly .^im per '
parcel, The difference in price marks
the 1 ��� -������-,. in the value of suburban
real estate In six years. That is a
showing which no.-is little comment;
It speaks for Itself. The corporation
of li irn tby is to be congratulate 1 not
only a, on the resull of ibis sale, but
also on the Indication which it gives
of   ;':.-   bright   future   which   lies   be-,
f_.y _��� _������,
I    W. R.
Gilley, 'Phone !-_-_.
J. R. GCIley, 'Hnone 1-4 >
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C.
Right Honorable Earl Grey, G. C. M. G., Governor General
of Canada, will open the exhibition, 2:30 P. M.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
In  Prizes  and Attractions
Enlarged Grounds, New, Handsome and Spacious
Buildings.
Championship Events in Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Scottish
Sports, Baseball and Military Exercises.
Indian Sports,    Canoe Races,    Lacrosse,    Tug of War.
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents U. 0. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc. f
I.oval agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co. i
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot   J
.Mayor Keary
Aid. J ard int'
Aid. Adams
Aid. Davies
Aid. Henley
Aid. Howay
Aid. Shiles
Aid. Garrett,
T. J. Trapp
G. D. Brymer
L. A. Lewis
C. A. Welsh
W. R. Gilley
J. B. Kennedy, M. P.
EXECUTIVE:
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Judge Bole
J. I). Taylor
D. S. Curtis
J no. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexander Adams
Vidal
R. .J. Rickman
W. ES. Vanstone
J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jardine
D. R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A. II. I]. Macgowan. H.P.P.
A. C. Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
T. J. TRAPP,
���Phone 1-tt
President
-������4
W. H. KEARY,
Manager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C MO
NDAV. SEPT. 24,  19C6.
The Cash Store
THE DAIL\   NEWS
|_ace Curtains
The Kind That Look Well, Wash Well and Wear We
Now, If ;���   I're going to fix             - ... , Q, ,. | ,. ir.
. bere'a go A news for             We've greatest col-
a of I  ��� 'oi'- we ������ ���           I.   They we is ,���:
able conditions ilon   we're a  I .    .,--.   ��v-liicl we
.    i a:,'!   I "   '��� i . llle I   ai. . .T..        ������     . \
oi.I span goods in new an I    11 tei ns
You'll  surely   want   soi .   ��� a you see them,
��� Al    eai ze   wba    gre      i are a. soo_. as you
���    ���   a- on tbem.    Vo i can come  a ���        tad  if you
���  want them  al   once   pa ��-e'il hold
i until  rea I)   to use tbem
We  hav  Nottingham,  Swls     u      French uns   In        ���    net
��� pllque I goods, in all the ��������� inti ���
NotUngha .   r_ice   Curtains    i    ��������� tl   ee  yards 1    a    ..   fifty
wl 1". ne il  :' iral des Igi .���
<oc pair
��� tins    :.   .'
a   | vid
$1.25 and $1.00 pair
S'ottlngb o,i   Lace  Curl iin -    a white yard   and I     ��� ���   md
: :' j ards I '.:-.  18 to 50 ii vid
Nottingham   Lace  Curtains       ���   ������   threi three and   i   lalf
long, in   ���
widths
$2.00 and $1.50 pair
\ few   Bam airs of Appl Sv --  Me   Cu tains      ist one
:' each kind, al a out   me      in       tl     (15.50 fo   $4.00 and $)."'"
$3.50 pair
Besides the numerous
beautiful lines of Lace
Curtains we have Curtain goods by the yard
���in all widths���Muslins, Screens, Nets, Bur-
' ese Muslin, Ruffled
Net, Tasselled Madras,
and   the   many   other
autiful window hangings, at all prices���
������ A    Wi" v.\\
.���>Vv./'., ���.*-.'. \
V  -'^^n^E y^i
- v-f;,^;t ^\STi*s5.-j/; ���
f       ���''-��?:.*���. -.-*A^i^,^>
V'!'l^gmm��& >EE;
_w*-fe
ml
rm
ilk, 15c, 20c, 25c, ipS
35c, 45c and 60c Yard, ll^5^^
T. H. Smit
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate. PinK, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple  and  Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
TIIE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
!7._3?:.AA._ra
Local News Briefly Told
Something to be Proud Of
THE BIG NEW BOOK OF VIEWS OF
NEW WESTMINSTER. 	
PRICE $150
MACKAYS BOOK STORE
���resh  ]...-:,��� ,.     :  .  , ,, oysters
I e        ai   .
'���'-      Lydia Job
'   ���   ���      i il  7 - Queens
���
'������'������ ���'    fa Saturday foi  Mm-
���   i   Lti e,  wli re Intends     -  es-
' '  ��� -i.  several     iging  camps     He Is
expected   to retu      a   ml   the en I ot
Aa.a.
The   Ormist m   ranch   on  'he Porl
M n i    ioa i changed   hands an :
':      Ormisi ii        | fan ilj   will short-
iraove to i ilgarj to reside.    Mr.
Oi nl   on  :.- aa  enginee   on  'he Cl'.
Ii. and runs In ���   Calgary, where they
��� . ... th ime in future.
Major F. vs. B i iltbee h is Usued an
ler to the effect that A an i I! i-om-
��� es,   New   Westminster,   will   furnish a gu honor  to his excel-
: -.    ��� ir general   al   tie
'   ���'     -   ol   the    Westminste    exhibl-
2.   Time   if para le, etc., will
Bed in    ibseq lent or lei s,
One li | ante I on
S i   ird iy la Lcll fe, ol  Port
Hamrhon I,   fi mn .   ��� I
stream in that dl Mr. Re I liffe
poste I an appll
u when v.'a  ���   i >.. :  p   t -
'��� ������, laine 1   to him .. ich   ���������
would   flow   A   a da          .    ...
.-   he  was quite cancel
'��� '   if the Ine
The Blue Mo int iin  - h :.
iraril lose I ��� i ai nl of the
serlou     Illness  of  Mrs e, of
Vanco iver, the mother her
o    the   ich ol.     Miss    El Iridgi
��� ompelle i   o give up her duties f ir a
�� hile A   i  ler to be bj  the -.      be 1.
M - -   El Iridge  1-   verj   : op ilar   with
ith teach i I - i dars In ii'-" lis-
trict,   ... : ...      hize v. itb her
!   ������ fum   il       James Roi ei  - in, a
:. ���. . - cltj   for man    ye irs,
who  died  in  Vancouver   las    Friday,
place yester la     to the O Idfel-
lows'   cemetery,   Sapperton.    The  fu-
;���-: al   was i on lucte i   under  the aus-
pii es of the IA . -A - of Pj thias, L ; Ige
.\ i.   :'.  Vani    : .'���".    The   I ody   v.-as
brought   o\      fn m   Vancouver  on  a
-a- :,: funeral < ar, and a 1 irge n im-
��� : -S. .���  : ��� ea se I's frlen i- followe 1
the moi tai  rem tins to the gra\ ���-.
Oyster Season.���Fresh Olympla md
- , item oyste a arrive dally at Ken-
nj 's i esta irai t, md are s ild in hulk
is well a- sen A in anj   style.
.: La Beld, of the Ci lonlal hotel,
who was . n . ce 1 down by a streel
par lasi Fri I . near the Merchant's
hotel, suffered more serious injuries
than al flrsl supposed. Upon being
examine I bj a medical man on Saturday, ii  was :' lund (.hal at least one
rib had I a b okerf, an 1 It is feared
thai another may also be frai ture 1.
Mr. Layfleld Is ible to be aboul as
usual, bul Is suffering considerable
pain  an 1  has  a  difficulty in  breath-
After eing detaine I at the i ilh e
three days while he was
getting over a periodical drunk, .1.
Saul will be allowe I his liberty again
this morning. Saul was placed under
thi drunkai 1' - protei ti in acl some
time ag i, bul I lis does d it - iem I ���
affeel hi3 supply of liquor, which'
, ... egu :. . - , rer. He says
tin -������ ures  the   liquor   in   Van-
. mver, bul   ll   Is   lelieved  thai he is
��� eing >upplle ; ' j   a  local house, and
I irtl  steps   maj    be   taken  in   the
:: ,; ter "    the police.
The . iprletors if the new - em
' wheeler, the Lo dse, are having i in
, ii ral le difficult) in getting their
craft I lunched. They built It in the
Small & Bucklin mill yards, and ai
some distance from the water's edge.
The soft character of the ground and
the tacl thai the boal In some way
slipped ��ff the rollers added to their
difficulties. Ii is expected that the
vessel will be safely afloat to-day. Ii
will Mien be taken to the Belyea
wharf, where the machinery will be
Installed
Tlie R. P. Rlthet, which left for Vlc-
irr.a yesterday afternoon, was loaded1
.heavily with stock for the Victoria'
exhibition. A bystander who was
watching the process of loading the
vessel on Saturdaj afiernoon and
evening said it reminded him very
much of the "hanlmals going hlnto
\ the hark." Chilliwack was the largest
I contributor, Shannon Brothers, of
I Cloverdale, brought a carload of .beep
and hogs over and placed them
aboard. From Chllllwack came the
district exhibit of field, orchard, garden and dairy products. O. C. Knight
sent hogs for exhibition purposes; W.
Thornton a flock of goats; Mr. Bryan
a calf; J. Thompson, sheep and hogs;
.1. T. Maynard, cattle, sheep and hogs;
.1 C. Henderson, bulls, cows and
calves; J, H. Wilkinson, horses and
colts.    Ono   of   th?   Shannon   hogs
eighed      little < i-er    .0 pounds, and
w  - .       in omf ir a -     fa .
Oysters, '-"astern and Olympla, serv-
i: any    tj le al Kennj A restaurant,
A  P. Rithel  left yesterday af-
aoon   ' ir   Victoria    with   a   large
er of cal le on board for the Victoria   exhibition.     Reeve   Ladner,  of
Ladner. sent several of his prize cat-
i   oss, while .1. Smith, of Brandon,
Man., sent   three   Clydesdale   horses
ivhicb he expects to flgure high up in
he  winning list ia their class.    Tiie
exhibition  opens to-morrow  morning.
Charley Hool. a periodical visitor
a' the police station, called there last
evening, accompanied by Officers
Bourke and Maxwell, who had found
Charlie haranguing a group of interested listeners in the lower end of
the <-i' ���. As the language used was
exceedingly unparliamentary, and as
there was also a strong suspicion that
Charlie was somewhat under the Influence if strong liquors, the officers
Invited the orator to accompany them
to the lockup, and after -ome per-
3u isi in ��� ��� consented I i do so. Hoo I
will lis *o a different land of harangue om the lips of the police
magistrate this morninz.
 o 1
I'he i_nh_p;y Kiciv.
Xo greater misfortune can befall a
young man than to inh Tit a million
dollars without having enough brains
stored away in the bony part of hi."
bead to   erve ns a cii cii i i the cheek
book.
We bave lately ba ! an object Iospoi
reaching all th ��� ������������ y fr nn ��� Pitt ibu ���.-
to N'ew York, and it Id e:i i ixb to maki
every young man throw uwi y bis mon
py. particularly If h - :.     i'i any.
What a bl issing il U to the youtl
v.-lii) [nh irifs ou|y b �� Ith, n cood digestion aii'l possibly ii -��� i) i If he earns
his money by hard knock, or _<���! i it
by marrying au heiress he will know-
Its value and will realize that there are
other ways for a j'oung man t.i be
happy besides wrecking his constitution and shooting boles in the moral
law,
Let ns be thankful we were born
poor if we were, for then no expert
will ever earn a lun;,' fee proving that
we are insane.
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
Is to give these two qualities    in every article bought and sold.   Ou-
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses  these  in  marked    degree	
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ia
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl Block.
Telephone 73.
Sh
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Wanted���Boar.1 and rooms, or two
furnished rooms, by man, wife and
- rn.    Apply P. O. Box 285.
Tc Rent���The Victoria Boarding and
R iming House, No. tt Sixth street,
cAse to post office, with all mo len-,
conveniences; IT rooms; possession
Oct. 1. Apply to A. M. Herring, 58
SI v h street.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an otfice. Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
Wanted���Experienced    nurse    for    3
children.     Apply   Box   192,   Revel-
ike, B. C.
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice is hereby given that tbe
Voters' List for the year 1006 has been
completed, and that the same may be
seen at this offlce for thirty days from
the .late hereof; and any person who
i-ha.ll claim to be added to the said
Voters' List, or any Elector who shall
desire to have any name erased therefrom, must prefer his or her request
In writing, signel with his or her
name, and shall deliver, or cause same
to be delivered, to the City Clerk
within the time hereinbefore specified.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office,   City   Hall,   New
Westminster,  Sept.  1,  1006.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=F1NEST  AND   FASTEST=
EMPRESSES"
:8.000  I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN > 14.80.
H. Power \ EMPRESS OF I It ELAND 1      JONS
Leave Quebec Oct. 3 and Oct.. 19.
Passengers hooked to and fro at lowest rate.    Fof particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R. AGENT.
Is It a Nice Dinner Set
You Want, Madam?
We have a good selection, and the prices will
please you.
Our Grocery Stock is always fresh.
Adams &  Deans
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C. i
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
ISleu Westminster
for the celebrated
ZBmNW,
REG'D
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
DUIII IDC THE CASH
rniLLlrtJ CLOTHIER
FOR  SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
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TME DAILY .NEWS
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Humor trs Philosophy
B>   Dl-NCAN   M    SMITH
Trains & Steamers Grand Trunk Ry.
IF THE FATES VTEKE KIND.
DM you i -
Thoi -��� .surd,
1} a: Australia,
Oni  p :"  .       . -   i-.-ard,
Bui who sted,
Bi    -   ���      ���-���,:-;
V. die son ���   and l( ave you
Hall an a lumj
Tai a.h 3   ur mi ther ba bi  ther
Aripi your father w,.* as -a..
On that sort of a n lai ���  -
Is ifcai any reason why
; t fai listant     mntry
Bonn not pass away
Who was everj   -
With the r -        1        dayt
Dip! you evei    :        the n
Th.u was .   -  rig on a 1
With youi -     sl fi n I n .*ho_
In a brie!     ���     bus ni -  1   '���
Did j th It a 1 astle
On :'     I   - . - - Rhine,
Or end iw   1 moden   :
Or In\ ��� si .: In a ml
.
Y- -   I .- mi  h ini h has led you
. ��� t of not ���    : ��� Ueve
Thai vou J
Bomi whi ' -    maj rx    ip yi   1  sleeve.
But tl
If i    lives    is live hi  maj ���
1? thai he's so ver;   ...
He wilt never pass a'.'..-.;.
Er.mr.g Up.
I. .   WA tj    li t    )
"I'll have r ventre     bim yet."
"Sell bii    . .   Insura
"Worse than 1   it   I know a little boj
who speaks ; ���-. ��� s."
One Pun Being.
In these days when there Is s i much
talk about the meat supply that is disconcerting ��� ��� the st tnachs - f particular people we turn -������.-', ��� idem e ti
the Ameri ben, knowing that the
corrnpting .:.:'.:.-:. ��� of ci mmerce has
never touched ber and that we may
partake of the soft yellow >���__ without
the least fear that adulterants of any
kind have I ���- :. squirt   I Into it.
To be sure, b   soi ardlng houses
they may lay it ar am 1 in a hot place
until it is overripe and not what might
be called an ideal food, but that is not
the fault of tie hen who originally
turned It out.
Too much cannot be said In praise of
the hen in these days when we have
learned to distrust every i :.,-. She is
never seen sneaking in the back way
to a drug store to get a cau of yellow
paint to increase Ler output. She is always content t do the U-st she can
with such mate.-:;:: as she can find in
the neighbors' gardens. The move to
make ber the great American bird in
place of tbe eag ��� deserves tbe boosting along of all v ho ��� at
Source c: Ir.:?_"_tion.
"How did yi : iiki : y at-' cle '.:: the
Joykillers' Review?"
"V, ry r: ��� inde You a ust havi
been talking _ tl T a i y before you
wr ite it "
"No, indeed; it v is or ginal. Tommy
who'"
"T- :  myr  : "
Usual F.ace.
"I rchin;   for   a   lost   gold
d Im
"When I ...:._'���''
"So ���     where it isn't."
Choice of Varieties.
"Is sl    his 01       .    .: ter?"
"Yes, .    I shi   s tl      pple of his eye."
"I.',:a s to me      re like a peach."
Goes It Cr.: Letter.
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I - money i the i
I   ��� -i   -      : ���      long green
tt l       - -    -        -       iuto I
Rej    : - gasoline
PERT PARAGRAPHS
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave New Westminster 7.25 dally.
Leave N��w Westminster l'.'i" daily.
Arrive   New   "sV-stmicster  10.30  daily.
Arrive  New Westminster 19.10 daily.
C. P. P.. MISSION BRANCH.
Lv. N. V,*. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Seattle, 12_30; Ar. N w. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION.
Lv.   N.   W.   7.25,   9.35,   17.20,   1..25.
Ar.   N.   W.   9.15.   10.3.,   19.10,   20.20.
C. P. R. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster 0.30 a. m.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. '.'.2" a.:::.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. X. v.*. i.:':. p.m.. ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, 4.34 p. rn.. ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
v.. W. &: ?.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. n:. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8. * .:.:.... and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. ��� a ..:... ar. Guichon
2.20 ; '������'������
Lv ., li hon, 2:i'- p, m.; ar N. W.
5:45 p ri    an 1 ���'��� ;.. tar^
M _ laj s only.
B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.   New   Westminster   5.50,   6.50,   1
and 6 a. m., and every half hoar there-
ct'y.er till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. V. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk.  Tu., Tb., Sat.. 7 a.m.
rta_-iO_.i���
From N. W. Tt. . Th., Sat B a.m.
Fron. Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Pransfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sit. and Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. 'Fri. 6 a.m.)
Ad 1. tr:'   Satur lay, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m
From Victoria Tuva, and S.^. 4 a.m.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal bu.- ' '��� rsof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO. NEW YORK anc
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Tirr.e Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VA.X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, lil.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Briti.h  Columbia  Ccast  Line
Service.
Mail Service
Close.
Seattle, via Somas. 10 pm.
Sap'n & Millside. .10.00 p.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc..  .. 8.45 a.m.
Van. k Cent. Park.~10.30 a.
Victoria 10.30 a.m.
East Burnaby  1.15
Steveston. etc.... *.. ) p.m.
East, via C. P. R.. .4.45 pm.
East, via C. P. P,.10.00 p.m.
Sap., Mill, Coq'm.._._5 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday   12.00 m.
Received.
S.20 p.m.
10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
rn.    2 p.m.
10.00 a.m.
1.20 p.m
10.31"' a.m
7.10 p.m
10.30 a.m
7.10 p m.
6.00 p.m.
12.00 m.
TIME TABLE
(Subject tc change witnout   notice.
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sept. 10th.
Princess May leaves Vancouvei
ouver, Se; t_ i th.
Princes- Be;-.-:: - ��� ��� ���- Vancouver.
Sept 21st
Princess Ma. leaves Van aver
.'���.'   23rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.   2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Oct 4th.
Princess May It ives Vancouver
Oct  12th.
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess V  ctoria.
L- aves Van illy at l p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
L~..ves Mew Westminster at 7 a. in.
on WeJcei Ay an 1  Mi nd ..- -
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leave. Vancouver daily ex ept Saturday and Sunday a; 1:30 p. m. S_t-
TAK E
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
-* - : NRAD, AAA '". SS, ATL!N.
WHITE A RSE. DAWSON nd
FAIRBANKS Daily trains ej ept
.:-.iy. :arrying passengers, mail,
t;-!p- and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White H rse
~;::-;::r:rc a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. R." GF.R5, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. R. C.
TL.r .. : 's word Is as go id as nit
i. md ta.-      "  make the bon : ncarket-
.   ..
You nev er beard of a mortgage tak
lng a :
A noisy brand of disinterested k:nd-
ness Oils the sophisticated mind with
Sits;,., loi
The hardest part of boldinc: a snai
job is dodging the Inspector.
The sense ot" lun.a.r refuses to work
.mootl .,- when the hardship of tht
situation Is your own.
There are sen.,, people who are below suspicion.
A la_y man is a j,<ke ou tbe hus
tiers.
When yon lind a frigid lady, try
thawing her out with ice cream sodas
Nothing is such sweet music to some
people as sound waves of their own
making.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the :: iilv      1    - in British Colum-
, n    ���    e homestead       y any person wh    is the -   - he   .    : :. family,
:     d ile over IS j ears cf a- . |
the  extent     :    i       arter   section  of
ll     .. .res. mere or less.
Entry must I ��� > n le ers nally at
----- : -- Ian : IB e for the district in
whi< _ the lau 1 is situate.
The homesteader :s required to per-
r~'- the ndil r.s connected therewith    ���  ler    ne o: the following plans.
Ui At leas: s:x months' res:dence
upon ar.d cultivation of the land in
each year tor three years.
ic I: the father 'or mother, if the
father is deceased} oi 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.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his home-
-stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six month.-' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner oi Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to app'.v ter patent
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for. 1
ur lay  at  . 30  p, m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S, Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
Tth. l.th and 2' ith < ' each month fo:
At. usit and way ; _'.s: .eaves Victoria on the 7. an i 30, toi Q latslnoand
way points. Leaves Vi ti -.a on 20th
of each month for Cape Scot: and way
;   Ints  ::. lading Qual Blno.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdaj
..:.-:   Friday at 2 Sa
at 2 ���-. nt. with a 1 litl nal u.; on M n-
_ay at 5 a. _:.
A- ives Stevesf _ M  nday, T.-  I
Wi ines : .     Tr .-��� I ..    .:. : Satur Ay a;
7 a.  m.:   Pi   lay  at 0 a. m. ;. Iditioi ..
UPPER  FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westminster,   .   a.  m.
Mondays. Wednesda)'.  an I Fridays.
Leaves   Ihiiliwac*. 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturday*    calling   at
landings   ':-tweet.   New   Westminster
an 1 ChAiwi-v-.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leiv-s  y.r     iveT    "   2  p. m.i  2ci
and   16th   of ��    hi    nth     ailing at
Si;: li g ite   :. first trip and Bella C   la
on s trip.  Tii ���   on   trrival and
lepartur       e approximate
For resi I ns and inf rn i_ -
'A    -  iddress
r.n. GOULET,
Agent   New Westminster,
E. J. COYLE,
Asst Gen. Pis?  Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
Gener.il ? . erfnti n lent, Vi I irl 1
W   H. GARDINER,
Gen. Ageut, Freight Dejt .
New  WDstmlnster.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     j
The only all rail r ute between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern. Northern Pacific and O. R.
Se N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ("liiy for Republic.
Euffet service on trains between
Si   kane   and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday.    November    10,
toot.
Leave Day Train Arrive
c._o am Spokane  ....715 p.m.
12.55 pm Rossland   410 p.m.
9.40 a.m Nelson   6-45 p-tn-
H. A. JACKSON.
Things Happen I
The Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
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
HINT TO
MERCHANTS
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. *ONDA>    56"   M   "
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Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
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Canadian Bank of  Commerce
Tan-ih   Trade a  Specialty,
T,-'.  113, Office.  Eigiith  Street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
. :-F TRADE��� \.   v   We
.  .,-  'i'i   |e  meets in the
Citj   Hall, us follows
s Wednes laj   '���:  each  n
: . '.-,   ��� ���������  j..., ond
nf     February,     May,
��� -. I  November,  al   8   p.  m.
a-      ..[,      .'.a'      M--   rod
,.-'     February.     N<-.\
may    be   proposed   :in.l
at any monthly or quai terl]
a.     A.   K.  V. hi'",  See.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Paid-up Capital. S 10.000,000.     Reserve Fund, $-1,500,000
' 'alex. lair LiYIlIijUii j   Uni   l/Utl.
Fool   ���' ; a A.V0.   Ci -  16th  Stn 11
\n Westminster. B. C
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UNION  LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. A A. M.
:. ��� . ,:��� meeting of this
I? held "ti the Fir.-; Wednesday in
each " mth, at ,\ o'i lock p. in., ln
. M ionic Temple. Sojourning
en are cordially Invited to attend. Vv. W. A. DeWolf Smith.
Si retary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, ""O. 17, A.
F. k A. M���Regular conmunlca-
��� of thin lodge are held on the
sei-ond Tuesday in eaiAi month in
Masonic Temple, at 8 \.. m. Visit-
ine hrethren are ordially invited
to attend.    D. W. CJilcUrist. Ser.
BAN.;   MONEY   ORDERS
ving rates
	
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i   excepted),     id at tin      li ... -.,
.  Sl ites.
x ca-:,  le ai a  fixed ia ������   -
IE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF     OMMERCE, LONDON, ENG
m excellent       tho 1 ol  i em   I i..   smi 11   ��� mis  of moi
- p '-���'.-  a- i al   ima I
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R  DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDA*?   EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK
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Not Much  Hurt. i   Free  compulsor   education
0      Saturd              nine   dls       ' - ��� I. A legal  eighl h ml   d ��    bIj   laj i
itati i ' hat the  iteamei  i III i  of Seal to a
tie, aftei    ii i .   ��� lied  off the roi ��� 3  Governmenl   Inspection  of all :"
rone to Esquimau  to be doi ked dusti le ���
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and  Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly   furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Latei   news bj   mail   Is  to the effect       I   Abolition of the confraci Bystem
Residence: that   ihe reBhtpped the frelghl  which  on all publli  work.
124 Eighth St., NflW Westminster, B.C. '"'l '"'"" li��J"""'i   ' v  minimum living   wage,   based
destination
flOYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.No. 459
R. 11. K. of 1., meets second and
fourth Friday of eacb month, at 8
;. i: . in Orange hall, corner o'
Royi iveaue and John Btreet. Sn
Journing Sir Kninhts cordially in
vited to attend. VA'. IA Dunlop. W
P.;   E, E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL. ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
-Meeta In Orange hall flrst and
third f'riday In each month at 8 p
it). Visiting brethren aro '-ordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias
W, M.; J. Humphries, Rec-Sec.
J. 0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
���''��� l in Oddfellows ball, Colum
lila street, every Monday evening,
i'i lock. Visiting brothren ror
invited to attend, S. .1. May
N 'A   W. c. Coatham, Rec. 8ec.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1M,.
Incorporated   by   act   ol   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL  paid up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND   $10,000,000
Rt  Hon.  Lord Str.tthcona and   Mount    Royal.    (',.    C.    M.
(I  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir  (I.   A   Drummond   President
E. S. Clouston Vice Presldenl   and   General  Manager
General banking business transacted,
Branches in all the principal cities In Canada, in Ijondon, Hug.. New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfl.l., and correspondents in all parts of ihe
wor! I.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
Land Apa it  Pu fished.
Winnipeg,   8 .       Vi    Macleod
Mberta, recenl      Chic      rstire Sifton
lonteni ed   Wibon,   bi     ��� seal   of   I,-'
on loi nl conditions
ii. Public ownership of 'ill franchises, such as railways telegraphs,
�� atei �� orks, etc
7 Taxation reform, lessening Hio
Impost "ti   Industries  and  increasing
the burden oa land values
'""'i''" l:,"'l; fere, to two years' lm      ,   Volition of the Dominion
prtsonmenl for overcharging a  lettlei
for ii homestead enl i j
A. 0. U. VV.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
���Mei 'ings the Brsttand third Tues-
day in each month. Visiting
brei ren cordially invited to at>end.
Lodi ��� room. A. 0. U. W. hall, Odd-
'��� ws' blocl,. Clarkson street, C.
rrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
ma   ��� r workn,an.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total Assets  $36,373,576.
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
irth Wednesday of each month,
of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
. White Ro-.- Degree, Fourth
���-liy   In   each month, same
ind  place.    Visiting Brethren
ly    Invited.      E.  B. Stlnch
'        -,  Ties.,  it.   Disney, Secretary.
Branches and correspondents ia all  the principal cities of the  world,
Geueri!    anking business transacted,
$i opens in account.   Interest ad led hall yearly.
Colle itlons ma I" al lowesl rates.
Open  Saturday  nights from 8 to 9  o'clock.
���Jennie.
9  Chinese exclusion.
in  Union label on all manufactures
������������������-__���������.���������^��� and n'i governmental and municipal
supplies
NOTICE. it   "tbolltion "r child   nnd   female
Notice   is  herein   aiven    Hint  the  ,il'"" '" mines, workshops   factories,
partnership, heretofore subsisting Im   <*'iv
tween us the undersigned, as loggers,      ''   ^li",i,i""  "r  propertj   quallnea
In the District of N'>��- Westminster   ,|"ns r"' public office
under the firm name of Allen ft Welt,      13. Voluhtarj  arbitration   or   labor
has this day been dissolved by mutual  'i1*!'"'"'
consent, '* Pfoportional   representation with
Persona having anv claim againsi   urouped constituencies and abolition
the sai,i firm are hers-by required to "f municipal wards,
presenl the name with Cull particulars     '"' "i''p'",   legHfllfttlda   through  the
��� i om- solicitor, -i   P Hampton Bole,  initiative and refefettdunj
Hank  or Commerce    Building,   Mew      '"  Prohibition of  prison  le or  In
Westminster, B C competition with *""> is   ���
Now Westminster,   n    C��� Augusl     F,"",n   ,|,n   Quebec   platform   are
LfJth. 1906. adopted these planks
I   mai,-- m .ui -i"1 ��� ' il   ild   ige  "��� I
ai, kneBS.
������  Prohlbltloti of eo upe itlve prls n
labor
notice, '���''��� Suppression of   >!: ,  Irate banl
���  ina and |!"' establlshmen   Df natl i
b Hlks
I  Complete press llbi rl    In I he dl;
; in of public affairs.
*    An c|i>,'ii\,-. i-i Uclai
i.   rii..   suppi esslon  of  usurious  in
lei .ti
t. The creation of a labor min -
1     Sena-.'    tbolltl �����
i he   BUppi essi in   of   tbe
GEO   A   ALLEN*,
HENRY  w EST
COURT  BRUNETTE.  No. 4099.  I.O.F.
' '-i the Fourih Friday In the
i at 8 o'clock. In the small
Oddfellows' block. Visiting
en .- irdl illy Invited to at
J,   11.   Rushton.  C.  R.;   F.   P.
':        ill, R. S.
NEW   WESTMINbltK    bHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808.
A 0.  F.���The  reirular  meetings of
A   Ige  a- 8   hei 1  on   the  S'-p ond
a T lesd lys of each month
'  T m.  In  ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
��� ?  H:���������'::.>n  are cordlaly into attend.   E. C. Firth, C. R-:
���   P Maxwell, Sec
THE  ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet   every Wednesday
O'clock   p.   m.,   In   Oddfellows'
Columbia    street.     Vinlrint?
Itren are cordially Invited to at-
Geo. Barr, S ''.. N. R. Brown
SON: OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Ai
BOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
v-amp, 191.���jteeu on the Flrsl and
:   Tuesday  of  every  month   !n
Of    P.  Hall.      John    McNi-.en,
J. J. PorrestCTi Rec Sec.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highest prices paid for second han i
goods, junk, bottles, rubbers, brass,
copper, oi,i shoes and all metals; also
old clothes, etc.   write or call,
S.   BROWN,
Front   She',   \"w   Weal mill it a,
Opposite   ll' H kill ill Ker   \\ ll u r
Phone 212.
B. C. Monumila. Works
JAME3   McKAY.   Proprietor
Importer and manufacturer ot
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones ftr.
Wi Ho for prices.
New  Westminster, B. C.
S. G. TIDY,
.... FLORIST    '*''   tlmbel   f"""  n,p  toltowtai >'p'   prospeci   al   one time
acHbed lahds, Bltuated  nort_ eist o!  triumph,   although   the   amendi
plant., cut flowers, boquets iin lake. New Westmthster, tHst.lo"    ���;li uitimatelj  defeated and
, islon for an in.I'M en !--
Notice i'4 herebj given |!iit io days
after date i intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief rom
nil - doner of  Laa i;  afld   w oi ks,  for
-,.. i H i ,i. eni" ��� ' cul ml c- u') a�� ay
timber from the following described
I hi i:. situ ited Easl of the he id ,,f
I'iii Lake, N. W, District: Comment
lng <t a stake planted on the North
ri.;' corner "r the '' 0 Pattersos
.,: i .i iim No 10.3, theni e Mortherli
<n i hain ;. theni e V bbI '"' i haln ���
them e Bouth '", i h iln ��� them ��������� Easl
v,i , h ii.,.: io poinl of co     ettce uenl
si iked   "tugu8l   ' Ith   190.
i un -   i'i mn*
\���,\  Weetmtnslei   B   C
. i miniBBion
ie  tmmlgi ':lon reg la
11   eleher il   elei lions al   :i
ilati   eveVy fo >   hotil      ; ������ I
��� . inti'' ��� t..   , .
IS   \ll  public ian I ti        decla
In tttenable   ai I     ��� ������     i   ������
to Indh Idnals oi
to be '���"   '    ; ,
in order to thorough
lug of lhe ' ongress, Deleg i      luttoi
moved, in amendment  I i the   ������
for the adoption ot Mr   Draper's mo-
Notice ls herebj given that 80 d&ys   .:������  :U1.)  the  commi   ee        n    hi
:,   .,, date I  intend  to make applies   outHned,   the  substitution  that
Hon   to   Hie   Honorable    the    Chief congress indorse the to of the
CommlBslonet   of Lahds  nnd  Wo.k��i  goclalisi  part;   of Canada,"  Ate not-
special  Uien=e to cul  and carrj    ,,.-,   ^^ of debate   Hollowing,  with
NOIIl  F
AND FLORAL t)ERt��NS
i  Commencing il a - akeplantedon
Telephone A.184 or address 4th Are   lhe Boundarj line of Domlhloto lands
nue mi'i 10th Btreel thence north loo chalna thett'ce vest
affirmed
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY  SURGEON.
"l      I Manchtrrian Japanese Army
Servi   ���
��^kp, iro WesL-ninster Ave. Vanouvw. B.r.
��� RJ, Office Ho rs
' ��� -���>*���;. .a.m. to5p.m
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOL C.
  1.0 chains, tbem-e south  100 chain* h) Killed by  Hand Car. /
sal. boundary line, thence east along      North Battleford   9 Sepi   23.���
**TLp     M||Mr����|iL'p|_'''  B*w lh,e fi0 r,,a,ns 1�� i,oint ot com"  While the c.N.R. ballasting gang was
1 llC     ITIIIWaUIVCC       uiencement. returning   to   town   last   evehlnj
two hand  cars.  Iwo men  tell  off :be
front, car and   were run  over In   the
"fhe   I'loti*"   Limited"  St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Sliott   Line"  Omaha  to
i    Chisago,  "South    West    Limited"
Knnsns City to Chicago
uiencenienl.
2.   commencing ai n stake planted
10 chains north of Tost N'o. 1, thence
east   120   chains,  thence    north     80
. ,. (chains, thence west 40 chains, thence
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any ��� ' .   . , n���
railroad   in  tr.   world  that  equal  in ! Sl111th   40   chains'  thence     west     80
erjUtum��ni  that nf the ChicagOi  Mil-   ''hains   to line  of  location    No.    1,
Walikee  St  Bt.   Paul  Railway.     They   thence south 40 chains to point    of
own  antl  operate  their  own  sleeping | commencement.
and dl'ling* cars on alll their tr.nns and
vtivc   llieir   patrons   an   excellence   of
servke imt obtainable elsewhere.
lone in the rear.    One of iho men. (',.
; Stray  by name,  was   killed,  and  R.
Butler badly Injured.
 o	
H   S. ROWF. General Agent.
t.U Third St.. ecu Aidet. Portland, Or.
Rev. W. J. McNab Dead.
Niagara Falls. NY.. Sept. 23.���The
FRASER  RIVER  LUMBER CO., Rev. w. J. McNab,   mprenre chancel-
J. R. SHARPE,      . lor of the Catholic Mutual Benefit as-
Secretary,   sedation, died   today.    He   was   62
Staked September 6th. 1906. i years old.
'..'."��� 'twiiir.!wswiwii����'" '"MUM n
*Ms\s%*%t*
turn
���a-fcrSSijil
mWsE w
THE DAILY   NEWS
MONDAY, SEPT. 21   )%f)
REASONS    WHY We Want Your Trade
1. We can give you entire satisfaction.
2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before 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 and we intend to HA VE it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
-^
MAKES STATEMENT CONTENDING FORCES
ABOUT IMMIGRATION LINE UP FOR BATTLE
Hen.   Frank   Oliver   Wants   None   tut   Engaserr.er.i Between Government and
Britishers from   Across Rebel Troops is  Expected
the Atlantic. at  Monte Cristo.
NEW STYLES IN THE
MILLINERY DEPARTM.!*
CHEAP   FUEL
COKE
Montreal, Sep*. 23.���Hon, Prank
Oliver, minister of the interior, returned from England to-day,>wh'ere he
had been for several weeks on departmental business. Mr. Oliver
would not admit that the department
would cease its efforts to attract immigrants from Euro] e, but staled i'hat
in future' iill the department's efforts
would be dire'tletl to securing British
immigrants. '^,   v
REVOLTING MURDER
IN NEW YORK CITY
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
Police   Make a   Gruesome   Discovery,
But   Learn  Very   Little About
the Crime.
H. BELYEA & CO,
Telephone    150.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
"Timber
Limits"
���       -������-    ~*
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
estimated 20,000 to the acre. Easy of
access. Also a Quarter Section, including 6.C00 cords Shingle Bolts.
near Aldergrove.   Enquire aboul these.
Saved by a Dog.
A remarkable story of life saving
by a dog is told at Innsbruck. Two
persons were ascending Mount Sti-
vo, which has an altitude of about
6,100 feet. Near the top a dog attracted their attention by his plaintive cries and his obvious efforts to
induce them to follow him. The
two travelers took the road indicated by tlie dog. The animal kept in
front and led th^-n to a narrow
ravine, at the bottom of which they
found Iferr Bugoot, professor in the
Lycee of Lubeck, lying dangerously
injured by a fail while searching for
mineralogical specimens. Both legs
were fractured. He is now lying in I
the hospital of Arco.
Increase of Golf.
lt is estimated that the golf players of the United Kingdom now
number 350,000, of whom 20,000
players are residents in London and .
find their recreation in links close
to town.
The past year has seen the opening of more than 200 new golf
clubs, and as on the average each
club claims at least a hundred acres.
20,0(10 acres have been taken up
since November last for tlie purpose
of making links.���London Express.
New-  York, Sept. 23.���A bin lap bag
stamped with tht name ol "Z. K.
Mano," a strip of a woman's skirt and
an oilcloth table covering bearing a
rude sketch of Columbus, are the only
immediate clues to the perpetrators
oi a revolting murdei committed in
the early hours of this morning and
accidentally revealed by a gruesome
discovery in West 36lh street to-day.
The dismembered body of a man. apparently an Italian, wrapped in tlie
burlap bag. was found in a hole 24
feet deep, forming part ol an oxi-a-
vation at present on West 36th street,
where an addition to a brewery is to
stand.
Washington, D.C., Sept. 23.���According to information received from
San Domingo, a battle between the
government troops and iho rebel
forces is imminent, and thf engage-
nn a; is expected lo be a decisive
one. The contending forces are as-
se ling in the�� vicinity of Monte
Crlsto, where tiie battle is expected
������ fought, It is said Unit should
tne government gain a victo:;.- over the
rebels, i: may put an end to the reft Mon.
-   .. '   . o	
t
Blaze at Buffalo.
Buffalo, N.Y., Sept. 23.���The Keystone Warehouse Co.'s storehouse and
barns on Filmore avenue were destroyed by fire to-night. Loss on
buildings and contents will reach
$liiii,(i(io.
Destroyed by Fire.
Toronto, Sept. 23,���The warehouse
the Canadian Oil Co. on Strachan avenue was entirely destroyed by fire
this morning. Loss estimated a'
$:.ii.iiii0.
 -o���	
Gunboat  Reported   Lost.
Manila,  Sept.   24.���It    is   reported
that   the   1*.   _.. gunboat   Helena  has
been lost off the Chinese coast.   No
particulars have been  received.
The last few days have brought us many noveltie 'or
this department, such as Ladies' Ready-to-wear Hat id
Childred's Flops; also New Trimmings of every descrii
Every day grows busier and the time till you want
your new hat grows smaller. Leave your orders and have
your hat on time.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
;<o>>>>>>>>xcw>xoitto;;o.>>>>>">>>>>::o>>xco>:��Tivtv,
Fatal Accident.
Nanaimo, Sept. 22.���D, \v. Maingny,
of Chemalnus, was the victim of a
shooting accident to-day. He was out
hunting, and in slipping off a log his
gun was accidentally discharged, and
the shot left a gaping wound in his
side, exposing tc view the lungs and
heart. He was on tlie bank of a
river at the time, about three-quarters of a mile from his home, on tin-
opposite side. He succeeded in swimming the river and started foi his
home, but fell unconscious before
leaching there. Death resulted a few
hours later. He was 70 years of age.
and was formerly a provincial policeman.
SIMPLE EFFECTS.
< on, lil,,,-,'  Witli  Pale Color* Tliej- Arc
il>��- Proper Tiling?,
Sweel   simplicity   is   tile    keynote   of
tbe fashionable interior nowaday?
It may be expensive simplicity or quite
the opposite, but tbe effe ���: must be
there. 'I'be walls should be light ia
toi e, uud tlie pieces of fv.rt'.lture few
in uumber unless there is considerabl ���
space. Hardwood floors are becoming
more nml more the rage, and white
woodwork is returning  into favor.
The   illustration   show*    ns   a  room
with white woodwork anil white wick
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v
I
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FURNITURE
A full line of P'urniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
W. E. FALES,
���
ft
1*1
I
V
!���!   Tit! and 718 ColumbialSt.    Knur Floors.    Kear Extension, Front Street.  !���!
Men  nnd  Women.
she   said.   ":.':.���   continue
newspapers   the  q_
tin
"Men."
asking  in
tions:
" 'Why eo s a worn in i * ay :..:
to know if ber bat is oa straight?'
" 'Why does she sharpen pencils with
her busband's razor?'
" 'Why will she ruin a fifty dollar
gown in a struggle to save _ cents at a
bargain counter?'
". think it is about time we wo:::-:.
should retaliate on the men with some
questions like these:
" 'Why does a man when be finishes
with a newspaper always throw it :..
n heap on the floor instead of fold iti-
It up neatly?'
" 'Why when sent to look for something in bureau or closet does he always return and say it Isn't there?'
" 'Why is liis Sunday morning bead
ache always due to what he ate. not to
what he drank, on Saturday night?'
" 'Why as be  laughs at  women  doe
be   fail   to   perceive   that   women  find
timi-b nt tm. lUUlCl'oUS ::: hlm?'"- Minneapolis Journal.
A Test,
[at rtlAT_�� J   '
DID itiC OUTinn;
UNO mi Bill?
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85
RE Of SOME fORC.
in the community. A poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Make up
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant voting man and did not
start KIGtfT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to your fam-
ily.   '
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed Mouse anil
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60xl82. , $1750
Very Easy Terms.
IE YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
f J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
a^A%->-^--i.:'"
V?
_������*���'
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cockshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
WHITE UooIIWOIiK.
er furniture. Where the wall papei
shows it is of ii light shade of plain
Ijreen. The fireplace is of simple red
brick. Oriental rugs cover the floor,
imi a few good prints anil water colors
decorate thc walls.
The windows cannot I"' seen from
tlie Illustration, but they are rather
wide ami are curtained In dotted swiss
with outer curtains of green denim
In the summer time ihey are further
ornamented with window boxes con
talning red geraniums.
R   DS 1.A HAT'ME.
"He was b-.m ol I ' offl i__ji..u��-n
parents."
������And be has succeeded 1" overcoming
both, I notice."
Too Putlic,
"Oh, yon are so denrl" he murmured
soulfully.
-Weil, don't be saying it here; yon
make me feel cheap," she admonished.
��������������������������������������������������������������������������
Electric Railway Service j
Inter-urCan _'n��.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run everj half-
hour from a: ad a. m. lo 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:"b and 8:110
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Pari; to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service trom
C."0 a. m. to 11  p, ni.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between 1. and _ and !> and 7.
30  Minute    Service   during  r ������  ���
tnalnder of day
Leopold Place.
l ranster al  t
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be ��.
tween   S   a.   m.  and   10  p.  ni
City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���la Minute Service, except between 1- and ���
", and 6 and 7, during wine! J
.ours the service win b( ���
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   haif-nouriy ai
tween S a. in. and 11 p. tn.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd X
School Books
and Supplies
<oH<r
"Is your husband a brave man?"
"Sure, be reads the papers anil eats
meat three times a day."
Wrathy.
"That woman seems to be tearing
mail."
"Yes; she is ripping off a piece of her
mind to band to her husband."
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Can Keep Them Going.
Wo can't turn back the wheels of time,
As you have .oul'tb-ss read,
Pot wo can always wind our watch
Before we gu to bed.
Of Course.
"Are these guild scales?"
"Depends up ui whether yon want tc
buy or selJ by Iheui."
Polish Your Floors
with Johnson's Prepared Wax.   it is by far the most
reliable  and   satisfactory   preparaticn   for   polishing   floors.
It produces a lasting, artistic finish to which dirt and dust will
not adhere.    It does not crack or peel off.    Heel marks
and scratches will not show. a
Johnson's    I
Prepared Wax
contains more polishing wax to the pound than any other.
That's why it covers lhe most surface, gives the best, most
asting and artistic finish with the least effort.    Try it.
For polishing woodwork and furniture it is unexcelled���
preserves and brings out the natural beauty of the wood.
Use Johnson's Powdered Wax for all dancing floors.
Ask for free booklet "The Proper Treatment for
Floors, Woodwork and Furniture." You can get
the genuine Johnson Preparations of
Anderson & Lusby
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch. Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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