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B. C. CIGARS
OCT 4-1906
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VOLUME 1, NUMBER ITS
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C, Tl KSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
0SERY FOLLOWS
SOUTHERN STORM
FAIR   fiPFI\K CUBAN STUDENTS
IHIH   UrLIU RAISE A RUMPUS
I^Jeavy Rains and Wind Cause Suffering to the Homeless
People of Mobile, Ala- Lighthouses Washed
Into the Sea.
TO-DAY.
March Through  Streets  of  Havana and  Shout  " Down
With   American  Control "���Governor
Taft Sugarcoats the Pill.
I   by
Hum
s just passed, sustaining fur-
,     ���..,..  oc'.-  1.���Haun
recollection  of  the  greal
t.     ���; ba
Ither injuries and   increase.
.,.,,, a heavy rainfall to-day
financial
and
being picked up by a passing steamei
Additional  Results.
New Orleans, Oct. 1.���The deaths < :
Lighthouse Keepers  Neil Nelson  and'
Andrew  Hunson, and  the  washing ol
fearful ol whal  to-morrow may bring, their  lighthouse? inb   the  sea,   were
[it,,   residents of ibis city to-day  hud reported to-day by Lighthouse Inspec-
nosi  uncomfortable   twelve   hours, tor   Sears.   Fourteen    dead   und   as
land  retired  for the night  filled  with many   more missing  is the  result of
jt   .   ��� ling.    Man.   residents  were  at hast Thursday's hurricane in the vicin-
unn - in a state of panic over the dis- [ty of New Orleans.
j,,    lies   from   Washington   which   di- The   Brighter   Side.
I     ��� I   that storm   warnings   be   dis- Pensacola,  Fla.,  Oct.  1.���A   feeling
pdayed along the Florida coast.   Many ' ,,<   cheerfulness  after  days ol   gloom
|;-: ..- .!���...-��� were so weakened  bj   the ; revailed  to-day.   The destroyed por-
I , ,   of Wednesday  that  they   might tlons of the city wharves will  be n
aot withstand a second attack, built on a larger scale.
Business   houses   to-day    sustained The death rat<   reaches 33.
i- ..;.   loss from the heavy rainstorm To-day   the  cuttei   Penrose,
vhich set  in  shorTly  after  midnight with  provisions
i.: :   asted twelve hours.    Scarcely a tire   length    of
Everybody Gets Busy, and the Royal
City Takes on a Festive Appearance���To-day 's
Programme.
'lbe Royal City is already in gala
dress in anticipation of the festivities
i'. the day. Flags, bunting and evergreens figure very prominently ln the
patriotic display. At 7 o'clock ihis
morning River Pilot Captain Rogers
will leave for the mouth of thi   river
loaded   '"   board   the Georgia,  and  will take
ma '���   a trip the en-   charge of the D.G.S. Quadra, on which
Santa    Ri -a    s< und,'. will be the governor-general and other
il  ling  has a   roof capable of bee],-   where   they  found   manj  hungry  and  government officials, and  the Thistle,
:     ���:��� the rain.   Many have no roofs   destitute   families,   who    were   given   ou which  will  be Lady Grey and her
it all, and liming the slorni the water   provisions. | pai|"y.    The two vessels will then pro-
in : down through elevator shafts.      The Louisville .. Nashville railroad , cced to the C.P.R. wharf, where they
eaking   roofs and   upon   unprotected   company learned to-day tljat two trains   are expected to arrive at 1.30 p.m.    The
upper    floors,    ruining    considerable  loaded  with  freight   arid  the  engines   vice-regal   party, fourteen in number,
merchandise, were left  on iin- track  by  the crews,   will   disembark   and  will   be   received
Al iiis office in the city hall, Mayor   when   the   water   pit   out   the  engine I by  the    mayor   and   aldermen,  .!.   B.
Lyi       sat  at   his desk   with  his  feet   hies and  wen-  washed   into  the   bay j Kennedy, M.I'., and T. Gifford, M.P.P.
his   chair   to   keep   and lost. Carriages will be in waiting, and amid
the  Inspiring   strains   of
Idrawn   up   under
Ithem il nf the waiter, and wore his
pal to keep the rain from falling in
[liis head.
a    roof  ef  the ciiy   hospital   was
leaking   badly,   and   |t.he    mayor   dis-
Presents for  Indian   Chiefs.
London. Oct  1.���Lord  Elgin, the co-   'and. the  company  will   pass through
lonial secretary, informs Lord Sirath-   'bo business section of the city to the
cona that th" King is graciously pleas-  exhibition grounds.
:..   bi I an emergency corps to maki'  ed to present portraits of himself am
repi    -    The relief committee agreed   Queen   Alexandra to   British   Colum-
nil,.;,    that    contributions   from    the   bia    Indian    chiefs    received    by    the
di gbboring  sections   of the   country   King at   Buckingham  palace on Aug.
wink! be accepted  for the aid of the   13.
sufferers  in .towns   in    tbe    southern  e	
part  ot the bay Ronbaix.  France. Oct. I.���Five  per-
Loulsvllle    (_.���     Nashville     brought   _ons  were killed,  two  were  mortally
��� -   into 'the   city  from   the   north   and  five  seriously  injured as a resull
toi  the first time since the storm. of a  hoiler explosion which  occurred
Thi   Norge (Norwegian) was report-  in the Etienne spinning mill here to-
��� '       '. but   'be crew  were all  saved,   day.
i.i the center oi one if the archwayn
is a colored picture of the King and
Queer, in their robes of stati .
Sinclair's shoe store window has
been brightened by the addition of
patriotic colors and electric light effects.
Many of the other windows in the
city will he equally ornate if indications materialize. In nearly all the
stores last night clerks were hustling
around behind closed blinds in the
busiest   manner.
Best of Music Premised.
The city band, tmdei the leadership
of .1. YV. Rushton. is doing a considerable amount of hard practising, and
will render music of a first-class character throughout the exhibition. The
organization has been considerably
strengthened for the occasion, and
wil! turn out each day from 25 to 30
strong. V.. Kendrick, a new player of
exceptional merit, has been secured
and has taken up his permanent resi-
Opening   Ceremony. deuce in ihe city.    He will  play solo
The opening ceremony will take cornet. Among other players will be
place at '2 p.m. ill front of the agri- H- Belford, of Seattle, who is consid-
cultural building, where an address ered to he one of the finest players on
of welcome will be preserved io their ��� Vn* coast, and .1. S. Brown, baritone,
excellencies   from    the   city   and  an-   The    programme    of   music    for   the
a   patriotic
selection,    played    by    the    Citizens'
other from the R. A. & I. society.
Among the invited    guests   on the
platform, in addition to the distinguished visitors, will be Lieut.-Governor and Mrs. Dunsmuir and Mrs. Bel-
yea, Bishop and Mrs. Dart. T. .1. Trapp
evening hand concert  will he as follows:
Canaditn Arttkem���The Maple Leaf.
March���Beau Ideal     Sonsa
Overture���Nabucodonosor   Verdi
Waltz���Gitana       BucallossI
Havana, Oct. l.���The first anti-
American demonstration occurred in
Havana <his evening at 7 o'clock.
when oiu- bun Ired and fifty academy
students and other youths straggled
through some of the down town
streets shi.ming,
"Viva the Cuban republic."
"Down with American control."
This demonstration was not treated
seriously. The crowd received few accessions.
The executive committee of th.
Moderate party has issued a manifesto strongly inferring tha,: the
American commission is to blame for
its intervention. It summarizes the
attitude of the party, eulogizes President Palma, his action and resignation, reiterates the legality of the
last elections, and denies all responsibility for revolution and the results
thereof.
The manifesto asserts that the
basis presented by President Roosevelt's commissioners were practically
the same as ithose presented by the
Liberals.
The Moderate leaders say that intervention already was an accomplished fact before their withdrawal from
congress. The document says also
that the commissioners sent a letter
to the speaker of the house staling
positively certain conditions as essentia! for the person eligible to the presidency.
General Machado, of Santa Clara,
has issued a circular urging all patriotic Cubans in the field to lay down
their arms and to return to their
hemes, protect life and property from
the wandering marauders in the
Santa Clara province, and to molest
no one who has served the government.
Taft Makes a Speech.
Havana.  Oct.  1.���Governor Taft   to
day visited tbe university of Havana
and participated in the annual opening. Ile presented the diplomas to the
successful students and made a
speech explaining the spirit of American Intervention, which was enthusiastically applauded.
Mr.   Taft   in   his   address   said:   "It
recently has   fallen  to the   lot  of  the
people of the I'nited States, who have
struggled   along  the   road   to   popular
government and fallen down and picked themselves  up  again,  to  aid some
countries  who  have  not had that  experience in coining to the enjoyments
and   ihe  benefits   of   popular   govern-
iit at.    The republic of Cuba has progressed   so   rapidly   in   the   last   four
years as to almost intoxicate the believers in popular government.    It. was
like  the growth   of  a   tropical  plant
which needed cutting in order that the
stalk  might gain   strength.     Perhaps
il is necessary that the Cubans should
be   warned   that    the   foundations of
self-government   must   be   broad  and
! solid  rather than high and conspicuous, ii  is saddening to me to be called
to Cuba, and still sadder to President
Roosevelt,   who   is so  identified   with
I her  liberation,   that   we  are here  at
i the time of a stumble in Cuba's progress toward popular government, hut
it has given us an opportunity to as-
, sure   you   in   the   name   of   Roosevelt
and the American people that we are
here only to help you.   With our arm
under your  arm,   we  are  lifting   you
again on the path of wonderful progress you have travelled.    We shall,
, I am confident, be able to point with
pride   to  the   fact   that   the  United
States is not an exploiting nation, but
; that she has such deep sympathy with
' the   progress of  popular  government
j as to be willing to spend her blood
and  treasure   in   the  spread  of  such
principles."
COSSACKS COMMIT
A WFUL A TROCITIES
(president   of the society I    and  Mrs.  Caprice���Whistler and His Dog..Pryor
Trap;.. Mayor Keary and Mrs. Keary,  -Medley Overture���What the Band
[Aid. and   Mrs. Howay.   Aid.  and  Mrs. Played       Chattaway
Adams.   Aid.   and    Mrs.   Davies.   Aid.   Little   Boy Called  Taps 	
and Mrs. Jardine, Aid. and Mrs. Hen- Snug by Master Spears,
ley. Aid. and Mrs. Garrett. Aid. Shiles.   Sextette���Lucia  di  Lammermoor.
Judge and  Mrs. Bole. G. 1). Brymner!  -.    Donizetti
and   Mrs.  Brymner,   Sheriff   and   Mrs. I Piccolo Solo���Canary  Polka   ....Read
BRITANNIA FAILS
JO MAKE REPORT
Exhaust  Themselves  in   the  Work  of  Beating  Innocent
Peasants  to  Death,  and   Then  Compel
Them to Slay Each Other.
Armstrong. W.  H.  Ladner ivice-presi-
A. Leslie.
'..'   son, Oct.  1.���Ninety-seven  peas-
���    -   were   tried   here   today   on    thc
rge   of having   devastated   the   es-
;   ���   ol  M.  Krlvosheln, ex-minister of
'-    '-ays.
three   were   sentenced   t.i   im-
��� ni at, v.bile thirty-four were ac-
��� '���'��� I.
Hu   ti lal   brought   out a   recital  cl*
: rible atrocities commltte I   b)
-: hi ritles upon the accused.   The
���'. I ,.- -ii.- trict, ac. ompanii 1  b.
... bed ihe estate si on af-
devastation.   All the pi osants
groan Is -.viae a- once gal b< r< ���!
invi  i -. ..Ten was ma le.   'l he
slaughter were Innocent, those really
guilty   having   escaped  by   flight.    In
Sjpite of   these  revelations,  tie coun
pronounced sentences as above.
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OFFICIALS DELIGHTED
WITH PRINCE RUPERT
dent), .1.  B. Kennedy.  M.P.. and  Mrs.   Selection���Nancy Brown  ....  Roberts
Kennedy.  Thus.   Gifford.   M.P.P.. and , Overture���From East to West.Browne
Mrs.  Gifford,  Premier   and Mrs.  Mc-; March
Bride and any member of his cabinet
Grand   Truni.   Pacific   Men   Return
Vancouver   From  Trio  to
K.-en  Islam...
M.
Vancouvei, B.C., Oi i. 1.���C
!!a> s an I otln I offil lals of Ithe Gland
Trunk Pacific returned to-day [rom
Kaien   Island  on   the    Princess   May.
They Said work v.as Ieing rushed mi
the wharves ai Prince Rupert, adding
iwo or three thousand more feet.   Men
They are
Mr.  Hays
says   il   is  .he   best   on   the    Pacific
coast.    He wus non-committal  us to
nue Hogging each other, and men   when .,<.,���.,,  (.mis,nu.,jou   Erom   this
lo beal their own brothers, sons  ,.���,] wj].] begin    ile says the company
''"'1    fathers    The    victims    , i
ii   i . pries
s to adminisli
the
rnment   to
tin- prisoners
and
���   ordered   the
Cossacks   to
1 eai
Oil t.    ...i;.:.
The butchery
last-
. un ' oui .t
Twenty-th < e
' e.l. -
or   of   either   the   local   or   federal
houses of parliament.
Business   Section  Gay.
The business section of the city
presents a festive appearance. The
arch at the fodj' ot Eighth street.
through which tlie vice-regal party
will pass, is tastefully arranged, and
will look doubly pretty ut night whe.u
lit up wiih its festoons of electric
light's
Columbia street is festooned with
the Ilag- of various nations, and the
; : il - b Bag and the Stars and Snipes
In man;,   places wave side by side.
The merchants have, man; i ; them
go �����. H Into the spirit of the thing
ind are vieing with each other in the
manner of their window decorations.
C. A. Welsh bas prepared a sj eclal
window showing the Swan soap pre
miums. In the centre of the display
:- a revolving pyramid Illuminated by
electric lights  all  the   colors of Ithe
Flag,, if Victory Von Blon
To-day's Programme.
The programme for the day will be
as follows:
_ p.m.���Official opening of the exhibition by the Righ.. Hon. Earl Grey.
G C.M.G., Governor-General of Canada
Guard of honor furnished his excellency by A and B companies, Six Regiment Duke oi Connaught's own
aifies,
3 p.m.���Lacrosse match, Maple Leaf
lacrosse team of Vancouver vs. Nev.
Westminstei   lacrosse team.
-I p.m.���Balh i :i asi t. asion.
,   p.m ���Grand    . lectrlcal   111 imii a-
taOU.
s  p m��� Com eit iu exhibition building,  Xew   Westminster  city band.
Warship   in  Port.
il.M.S.  Shearwater  arrived  ln  pi  i
a ioui  i 30 ��� i stei lay an i anchored oil
Sixih street.    A numb.:   of the  '.
had shore leave last night an I
distributed   throughoul   the   city.     A
considerable   number  oi   them   . un ,'
AU Balloons But One   In   the  Big  International Contest
Are Heard From, and Missing Man May
Be the Winrer.
were  Isilled  and 130 were muti-  will be working all winter.
-   The Cossacks, then thoroughly   delighted with t ���-s harbor.
'bed i -it.  compelled the  peasants  to ;
sons
Ihis   will have to build to Vancouvei'
Joseph Smith Arrested
For Having Five Wives
Salt Luke City, t'tah, Oct. 1.���The . sheriff, the warrant was served by
'' -leiiti of the .Mormon church, | M'ltT (lf :l Mormon Sheriff, and the
;'  ' bb  l*. Smith, wns   arrested   and
""""I   "ver   to   the   district    coilit    to-
'     ' *>  the  charge of living unlaw-
''     With  five  wives.    The coin plaint
w��rn   Io  by   u   Mormon   aeputj
winners in the Caledonian sports. The
window is tastefully draped with Scottish plaids and the presents also rest
upon the same class of material, giving the window a particularly rich
and finished appearance.
The windows of Johnston's big shoe
house giv<- a metropolitan appearance
lo that part of the street. The display attracts the attention of every
passer-by. 11 Is In keeping with the
perpetual  enterprise of the firm.
The B. C. E. R. office is festooned
with bunting In addition to its electrical display.
, committing magistrate also  is a  Mor-I     The   Bank   of   Commerce   building
num.    Smiih  was. arraigned   Immedl-Ujas been ornamented by streamers of
ately after his arrest and waived pre- patriotic color.
liminary hearing.    After being bound;    Anderson & Lusby have arranged a
over, he wa. released on his own re   display  of cutlery  in  iheir windows
coi nlzanceu, : in the form of archways, and nestling
rainbow, and as the pyramid revolves their way up to the Eagh - hail, whi -
the lights are constantly changing in the band boys were practising. They
a beautiful and interesting manner. will remain at  ami.  i   during ��� b    pro-
ln  the  window  of Atcheson's tailor   .-:<-ss of the fair.
shop is arranged a tasteful display of Final   Meeting  of  Ecarci.
presenjts which will lie donated to the;    The ^ me Qf  ^  boar(] ^
meeting oi the board
control of the K. A. & 1. before the
opening of ihe fair was held last
evening' in the manager's office at the
exhibition grounds, when all details
c< nnected with /the Important annual
'event were finally settled. Mr. Musket t, the governor-general's private
secretary, was also closeted wiih Mr.
Keary for a long time, when till the
arrangements in connection wiith today's vice-regal visit were submitted
to the secretary for his approval.
Finishing   Touches.
The finishing touches were heir..:
placed lo many an exhibit last night,
and anxious exhibitors spent all night
arranging and rearranging the display
ol  their  wares,  until they  a!  last  hit
(Continued ou Page Eight.)
Paiis, Oct. 1.���A semi-official announcement of the result of the competition for the James Gordon Bennett cup for international aeronauts
was given out to-night as follows:
Winner���Lieut Frank P. Lahm, of
America, with the balloon United
S-tates.
Second���Slgnor Ven Wilier, Italy,
with the balloon Elfe.
Third- Count de la Vaulx, France,
with the balloon Walhalla.
A definite and official announcement of the result will not be issued
until a verification (thai the rules of
the contest were carried out has heen
tained.
Only  One Missing.
With Hie exception of C. S. Rolls.
ii> the Britannia, all the balloons
which left Paris yesterday are now
acoquntt'd for. The Britannia has not
been seen since she was reported
.rem Cranbrook.
The City of Chateauhoux, carrying
Jacques Balsao, one of the French
contestants, has come down at Sin-
gleton, in Sussex.
Rolls May  Be Winner.
Later���Lieut.   Lahm's  apparent  vic
tory may  be  changed  when  Hon.  C.
S   Rolls, one  of  the  English  contestants,   is   heard   from.    Rolls'   landing
has not  yet been recorded, and there
h; some  doubt  regarding his  relative
I position.   Considerable auxietty is felt
for his safely, although his experience
: and  caution  are  regarded  as  certain
to bring him safely to the ground.   Up
_ t ) the present time, however, the per-
! f'.nuance of Lahm and Hersey, in the
' balloon  I'nited  Staltes, in reaching 15
miles north of Scarborough, England,
is the best record attained by any one
. c' the fifteen starters.
Sheridan Floated.
Honolulu, Oct. 1.���The O. S. transport Sheridan, which ran aground en
Barbers Poinl Island off Oahu, was
flouted to-day, but a.s ii was apparent
the Sheridan was about to founder,
she was beached.
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Back at Washington.
Washington, Oct. 1.���President and
Mrs. Roosevelt and three of their children returned to Washington this afternoon from their summer home at
Oyster Bay, LL, where they have
spent the past three months.
James Targett Makes
Sure Target of Himself
Edmonton, Oct. 1.���On Saturday af-
i ternoon .lames Target; committed suicide hy shodting himself through the<
, In art wiih a double barrelled shotgun.
! Tbe unfortunate event occurred in a
' stable on Ninth street about -I o'clock,
and [rom evidence discovered the
'deed   was   most   deliberate.     Ile   was
found silting iii a corner oftt.be stable
with the muzzle of the gun pointed
toward ills side with the "forearm"
In his baud, which he evidently removed to reach the trigger and discharge the contents of ithe gun. He
had $1,200 in the Bank of Montreal
and ha I $36 in his pocket when he
killed himself.
.-!���'
I." THE   DAILY  NEWS
TUESDAY, CCT. 2.
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITION
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.        j
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
n  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.
���
EXECUTIVE =
Mayor Keary
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Alexander Adams
Aid. Jardine
Judge Bole
J. H. Vidal
Aid. Adams
J. D. Taylor
R. J. Rickman
Aid. Davies
D. S. Curtis
W. E. Vanstone
Aid. Henley
Jno. Reid
J. A. Cunningham
Aid. Howay
Jas/Leamy
Rev. A. E. Vert
Aid. Shiles
Sheriff Armstrong
Reeve Ladner
Aid. Garrett,
Chief Watson
W. J. Mathers
T. J. Trapp
W. G. Armstrong
R. Jardine
G. D. Brymer
H. Ryall
D. R. Ker
L. A. Lewis
Arthur Malins
T. W. Stirling
C. A. Welsh
Nels Nelson
A. H. B. Macgowan, M.P.P
W. R. Gilley
J. J. Johnston
A. C. Wells
J. B. Kennedy, M. P.
W. E. Sinclair
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
T. J. TRAPP,
W. H.
KEARY,
President
M
anager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C.
Annual
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Com'y
Limited
PRIZE CONTEST
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M.
^m^~^m^^^m~m^^^^m*^~+
______ '
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
*..-..
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A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second p: ize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numb .red in duplicate.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
REICHENBA
Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   ^m^rmSSm
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s lock in Wi stei n Canada.
Woodyatt Lawn Mowers, Red Rubber
Garden  Hose.    Every description of Garden Tools.
Ilardwi re   for   the   Home.    All   th.
Lut< sl   Labor-Saving  I levli es.
I   Cutters, Pulpe
Wire  N< ttlng  for the  Poultrj   Farms
and others.    Largest  Btock,
Lowest  prices.
:1
English Crown
Bar Iron
Best English Soft Steel.   Finest American Tank Steel Plates
MORTON'S FAMOUS   B. ('.   DRILL  AND  TOOL  STEELS
anil every description of Bolts; Nuts. Washers. Shovels, Picks,
Nails, Rum, Steel and Hardware Supplies, carried in stock at
Lowest Prices.
"THE   BIRMINGHAM   OF  B.   C."
E. G. PRIOR & CO., Ltd.
'.RON   AND   STEEL   MERCHANTS.
AGRICULTURAL   IMPLEMENTS, HARDWARE.
123   Government   Street.   VICTORIA.   B.  C.
Bender  Street. VAN COUVER;   Main  Street,  KAMLOOPS;
and  VERNON.
PUBLIC TEST.
In public competitions the MELOTTE has defeated every competitor that has dared to enter ihe lists against
it. The MELOTTE is constantly winning new honors in
all parts of the globe. A list would iill a page of the
Daily   News.    WE   ARE SOLE AGENTS.
Grand Valley. Ont., Der. 20.
PRIVATE  TEST.
Dear Sirs���The size 1 "MELOTTE" Cream Separator
has given me entire satisfaction. 1 have been using it
foi one year, and it runs easier and works better, if anything, than wbeu I first goi it. I bad a trial of the "Alpha lie Laval" for two months, but consider tbe MELOTTE  much  superior in every way.
SAMUEL STEVENSON.
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAKES differ from ALL IMPORTED cereals,
nol only in being more carefully manufactured from FINER wheal,
Sut also in the fact that they are ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Vour gro-
ei Is in touch with our mills, which are situated in all the leading
:enters in Western Canada. There is no need lor storage nor risk
of mus:;, flavor. In every packet you will find a most useful gift
from the I*. ,1.   K. Milling Co.. Ltd.
Al) the Latest Agricultural Machinery.
Sole Agents for Page Wire Fence, for
field, ranch and lawn work.
?ole  Agents for  Massey-Harris Agi"-  I
cultural Machinery and Implements,
Agents    for    Whitman's     Hay
Pn ti's, lie Loach Vai iuld,'
Friction  Saw   Mills
J.  H. Gillis Arrives.
.1.  H. Gillis, a  transcontinental  pedestrian,   arrived    in   this   city    last
��� ,i ning on a short visit to bis cousin,
.1. Gillis, a salesman employed by ihe
'I*. J. Tra;.;; Co.    .Mr. Gillis left  North
-. Iney, N.S., about eight months ago
:. a walking trip across Canada, and
arrived in Vancouver last week, none;
the  worse  for his arduous task.    Thej
i:i;i  was undertaken as the  result  of
a  wager, Mr. Gillis being of the opinion that he could walk to the Pacific
coast and return  to North Sydney  in
twelve mouths, Imt  he now  find.-; that
it is  impossible  for him  to  do this,
and   has  abandoned  the  idea  of get-.
ting back  within  the year, though he
. i-'   determined    to   make   the  return
1 journey  on  shanks'  pony,  and prom- ���
j i^es  that   he  will  not   steal   rides   on
1 freight trains.
This walking wonder, as he sometimes styles himself, stands about six
1 feet three inches in his stocking feet,
and is rather slightly built for his
height. He is bronzed by long expo-
1 sure to all kinds of weather, but
states that he is in the besl of health,
and certainly looks like it.
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Brand New Minstrels.
From the rise of th<' curtain until
its fall, or for two and a half hours,
one solid round of laughter greets the
bristling, scintillating programme of
Hi Henry's new minstrels, which contains an extensive and varied selection of leading character and vaudeville favorites, together with fine singing, rich scenic effects and the latest
and newest electrical prismatic effects, beautiful costumes and good
music. Nothing more can be added
tn all these to produce what the pub- i
| lie appreciates and sustains���a real
; first-class minstrel show. Hi Henry
presents this kind of a show, and it
will appear at the opera house on
Thursday, Oct. 4.
JACKSON APPEARS
AND IS REMANDED
Preliminary       Hearing      of      Murder
Charge   is   Postponed for
Eight Days.
Chester Jackson was formally re-
mande 1 for eight days yesterday
morning in the police court, where he
was charged wdth murder In tbe first
degree. Jackson is suspected of having, in company with A. M. Munn,
caused the death of G, A. Gilley about
two years ago. The prisoner entered
ho plea, and it is not likely that any
developments will take place until
Munn, who is at present under arrest
in Yakima, Wash., has been brought
to this city. The police decline to
give out any information concerning
the third man who is under suspicion,
but admit that his arrest may tak'
place at anytime.
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Haying  and   Harvesting Mac him-;;
Sti  knej Gasoline  Engines,
Oliver's and Verity's Flows. P.R, 117
Fanners', Builders', Miners' and Contractors' Hardware.
Oct
Ocl
Oct
Oct
Oct
WHERE
TO DINE
WHEN VISITING
THE
EXHIBITION
KENNY'S
Restaurant
The Most Up-to-Date Cafe in
New Westminster
..    Regular Prices   ..
AT THE HOTELS.
Guichon���.1. H. Whyte, Enderby; W.
ii. James, Toronto; I>. .McDonald,
Kamloops; H. Gordon, Vancouver; G .
H, Smith, Vancouver; P. D. Craig,
Ottawa; Jason F. Clark, Toronto; H.
I! Greaves, Vancouver; John Barker.
Dewdney; E. M, Robinson, Alaska;
J C. Calhoun and wife, Edmonton; It.
Wright, Calgary; A. Elliott, Gait, Ont.
Colonial���.1. C. Klrkpatrick, Vernon; M. Rei ploeg, Point Roberts; C.
E. Aiken. Vancouvei; C. Sexsmith.
Vancouver; Dr. s. Clai \\ Kamloops;
I', A. Clark. Port Kells; C. A. Burt
and wife. Calgary.
Opera   House  Dates.
2���Beers' Dramatic Co.
:!���Beers'   Dramatic   Co.
4���Hi Henry  Minstrels.
5���Beers'   Dramatic  Co.
tl���Beers'  Dramatic Co.
Oct. 35���Parsifal.
Oct. 25���As Told in the Hills,
i i.t. 28���A Royal Slave.
Oct.'11 ��� A  College  Widow.
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A resilient of the Delta district has
imported from San Juan island a number of Boh White quail and has turned
them loose in the Delta district. The
person who imported the birds is very
anxious that sportsmen should refrain from shooting the birds in order
that they may have a chance to make
a home in Ihe district and propagate
their species.
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For having been drunk and incapable on Saturday night. W. Viann i
vas fined $5 and costs in the police'
court yesterday morning, while Louis
Qllles, who was presented on a similar charge, got off with a tine of $2.."u
and costs.    Both men paid.
Valuable   Horse   Injured.
While  a  handsome Clydesdale f   .
lum. the property of Messrs. Galbn.
(_��� Sons, of Brandon, was being mc   ��� I
from a car  last  night  in the  vici.'
of the  C.P.R.   station,  it   stepped
one   side   and   fell   from the level ol
the car floor to the track.   The ma.
ager at first feared that the animal'*
back  was  broken,   as  it lay  so still
upon  the ground.    After a  few minutes  tlie  horse  struggled  to its   feet
with the assistance of a few bystanders, but for a long time was apparently unable to move, so it was tied at
a spot  near to where tt fell and left
there to regain its wind.    Later cm it
was coaxed as far as the stable, where
it was left for the night.   The animal
is  a   valuable  one,  and  was  only   recently imported from Scotland.
 o��� ���
Austin   Shooting Case.
The Austin shooting case came up
before Capt. Pittendrigh, S M.. yesterday morning. The accused is charged
with shooting wdth a gun at William
Davidson, a neighbor, wdth intent to
do him grievous bodily harm. On being arraigned t.he prisoner pleaded mu
guilty and asked I'or a speedy trial.
The application was granted, and the
prisoner was released on giving' personal recognizance of $500 and providing two sureties for the sum of $250
each. The case will be heard on Monday next at 11 a.m.
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Colonist Changes.
Victoria, B.C.. Oct. 1.���The Times
tc-night says: "Some further changes
have taken place on the staff of the
Colonist. It is understood that R. E.
Gosnell retires from the position of
editor, and will be succeeded by C.
H. Lugrln. C. L. Gordon, until recently of the staff of the Vancouver
Province, will take the position of
night editor. It is understood that
Mr. Lugrln has a ten year contract
and Mr. Gordon a five year contract."
Windsor���R. F. Parthing, Van iou-
ver; A. Pattison, Pel" Ham;.; .lohn
Clapperton, Nicola; .1. L. Klngsley,
Pincher Creek; Mrs. W, Maxwell.
Spences Bridge; A. T. Jones. Vancouver; Joe Mitchell, Victoria; .1. H. Allium. Vancouver; A. Elllotl ami wife,
Sumas; J. Gardener, Vancouver; J. C.
Smith, Belllngham; A. Beland, Seattle;  F. McStray, Seattle.
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAKES differ from ALL IMPORTFD cereals,
not only in being more carefully manufactured from FINER wheat,
but also in the fact that they ar�� ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Your grocer is in touch with our mills, which are situated in all the leading
centers in Western Canada. There is no need for storage nor risk
of musty flavor, ln every packet you will fin I a most useful gift
from  the B.  ,!i  K. Milling Co.. Ltd. THE DAILY NEWS
TU-SO-
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
Isbiug   Company,   Limited,   at   their
Iflices   corner   of   Six'h    and    Fron'
-.Meets. New Westminster, B. C.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown R.   J.   Burde
ADVERTISING RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpariel) 12 lines to
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent insertions.
Reading no'.ices, bold face type, 20
���(ints per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,    marriages    or
deaths, 50c.   Wants,
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
<vord.       No advertisement taken  for
les j than 25 cents.
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAKES litter from ALL IMPORTED cereals.
not only in being morn carefully manufactured trom FINER wheat,
i also iii the tacl thai they a/e ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Your gi >���
cer is In touch with our mills, which are situated In all the leading
centers In Western Canada. There Is no need I storage nor risk
of musty flavor. Iu ever; packet you will ..::. a most useful gift
trom the B. <l_ K. Millii e Co., Lt I.
for sales, lost or | tectlon
they
w hie
TELEPHONES.
Business office    22
Editorial   office       17
Manager's   residence    277
<��.%**'.**:
t< :. st." The Glo.ie's pronouncement
maj be taken as an indication of willingness tn take up the gage ol battle
if the Conservative party chooses to
throw it down. Its words have the
ring of a call to battle. "For Liberals," it says, "to surrender their fundamental principle now and to accept
i:. Its place the expedient of high profile defeal
deserve an I fr un
lie no escape,   The
WANTED   ���
Mrs  Cook's
Al    in   ���waitresses at
Coffee Palace.
LOST���Gold chain bracelet, between
First and Sixth streets and Royal
and Third avenues. Finder kindly-
return to Daily News office.
| JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE
would  be  to court
would   richly  deserve
there could
principle of Liberalism, even though
It were betrayed to-day, would reappear and reassert Itself with new authority to-morrow, and othei men to
whom it would be the conviction of
their lives would carry i' to a certain,
enduring ami not distant  victory."
WANTED���A second-hand farm waggon, four-inch tire; state price and
where to be seen In letter addressed
���Waggon," care Daily News.
TEACHER WANTED ��� For boys'
school, New Westminster, by Nov.
1. Applications received until the
10th inst. by R. Lennie, Sec.
WANTED ���
Drake. M.
city.
The   address
Sugits,  P.O.
of
Box
John
215.
We Shoe Everybody
TUESDAY, CCT. 2.   .906.
COLUMBIAN    HELPS   RUNNERS.
on iis front page of yesterday's issue the Columbian condemns the
practice ol Vancouver hotel neai nt'
sending runners up tin- line in secure
custom mr llieir houses; and on Its
inside pages it has a whole lot of advertisements hinting for these same
Vancouver hotels ani other houses.
Quite right tei condemn the false
statements o�� the "runner," but very
inconsistent  to turn "runner" itself!
New Westminster hotels have made
special provision for the lair, and are
ready fur crowds of extra guests, who
will certainly be as comfortable, io
say the least, as at Vancouver hotels,
and whn wall find that they will save '
money and inconvenktice by staying
here.
The  hypocritical   prefaces   of thej
Columbian    are    contemptible.     If   it
was sincere in  condemning the  "run-;
hits," whj  did it  seek the patronage
of ihe hotels whicli employ those run-!
tiers?
Exhibition visitors can have all
their wants supplied, at most reason-
aide rates, at Ihe hotels and business.
houses ef New Westminster, which
lit admitted to be a cheaper place to
live in, by lon to fifteen per cent.,]
than Vancouver.
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TO-DAY.
The opening of tiie annual exhibition   to-day  by   the  Governor-General
rn' Canada, the representative   in this
con'incut of Lis Majestj ''..,- Kin-, i.-,
an event of more than local importance, This exhibition is In fact, as
veil as in name, provincial. It Is intended   a:-   an   illustration   of   and  a
��� stimulus tn. tin- agricultural, '.. ir ..
��� ural air! iu lusl rial developmen! <.:
I'; itish i -ani:.Ma, an i i; ;;:i:ii.. i -
function more and more fully everj
year. N'evi Westminster iia- p i a ! it
��� i. hai I work aad hard cash ini i he
effort to make this j xhibitlon v\ hal
: should be, and if iias a righ : i claim
the credit due to success.
Lieut.-Govoruo.- Dunsmuir also visits New Westminster to-da foi the
first time since his appointment,   His
i welcome will certainly be none the
less hearty on account of the fact that
the building of the N'ew Westminster
bridge as a provincial public work
was determined upon during his premiership and, it is understood, largely
because of his personal advocacy of
the project.
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LOST���On Saturday nighl last, between Columbia streel and Wise
Road statin:;, ribbon with locket attached. Finder leave a; :hi< office
and receive $1 reward.
>-x .��m__raax*BWi
RIGHT
FOUND���A' Sai:.'. Fair, gold on I
ment. Owner may have same or.
payment of I i.i- advertisement. I ;<- a
Drinkwater, Cl tyton P.O., B.C.
FOUND !',,;. jold rimmed spectacles
on   Third   a- mue,  between   Eighth
and    Ninth    streets.     Apply    Daily
New-;.
THIS WAY
EVERYBODY
B��5? SHOES.
LIBERALISM.
Tiie advocacy of "adequate
ion"���a  phrase
mean
���       d   le
ot ''adequate protec-
whlch   is  understood
a   return  to   a   tariff   which
protective rather than reve-
���    roducing;   a  schedule of duties
.a rising rather  lhan a   falling
���*",        y ��� by several of those who
oken  for tie.' Canadian Manns'  association, his  stirred  up
rorito Globe fn an enunciation
.oral   principle...    Starting from
position  ihai    "Liberalism    is   a
. tlnciple,  imt  an expedient,"  It   points
out that, lapses and compromises to
the    contrary     notwithstanding,   the
Libera]  party  is  bound by  Hs  principles to the enactment   of  legislation
which will give to a.n men not only
fii-,. lom  nf opportunity,  but  equalitj
Of  ri.-!.:.-   as  citizens,   bef ire   the law.
I', r    this    principle    Liberals   have
fought, for  ihis   principle   they   will
fight,   SO   long  as   the   worl I   endures.
Th,.  GN   i'  points  oul   th il   the great
natural   industries ���agriculture,  lumbering,   fisheries, mining  benefit  by
in.,- lom af tra ta an I ol  course must
suffi .   from the ���-:      ite p ilicy.
Having In min i pro iabl. the charge
_ , oft< n tn ide th il I ������ Libi ral g iv-
iri,;. il a lopte I the i ii ifl policy of
lis pn leci ssors, thi   G! ibe sa> s:
��� The Liberal lead irs who have had
mosi to do with ������ Iff matter hold t.i
; he  principle of lom In I rade as
being ei i n null all - md, iu the industrial conditions created both In
Canada and In tlie United States by
the expedienl of a high protection
tariff led ihem to continue to Canadian manufacturers In a mor ��� inoder
ate and more stable form a C insider-
able measure of protection beyond the
revenue requirements of the country.
Bul that does not mean thai the Liberal leaders or the Liberal party have
accepted high protection as the fixed
and ideal policy for Canada. They
havo nol done that. They will not do
that."
Such a declaration from the leading
Liberal | aper of the Dominion, on th''
eve of a  session  which is t.i have tariff  revision   as its  lea ling   feature,   is
very significant.   There have been indications that  the Conservative party
Intended  to shift   its ground.    It has
been   inclined   to   let   the   tariff  issue |
lb . contenting Itself   with  the  claim ,
that   the policy  was lis own and that
the Liberals had adopted it;  but now
ll   seems   Inclined   I I  go   back   to  the i
a Ivocacy  of high  protection.   To do
would  be to attract   tile support  ill '
and     powerful      corporations
���e forever seeking special prl-
Victoria's annual  fair, which  closed
i
on Saturday, is pronounced a success I
bj   the papers   at   the   capital.    The i
Governor-General and Lieutenant-Governor visited  the  fair on  the closing i
day.
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A Visitation.
Now comi> the fall elections.
Some states havo 'em,
And  some,   more  favored  by  Providence,
Mis.. 'pm.
Il !���< a good nils..
Once In two years ia enough
To Iry to convince the dear ones
And your mother-in-law
That you are crazy.
States that used to have 'em
Once a  year
As regularly as agrue
In a swamp country
Have cut 'em out
And  survive  the operation
Very nicely.
This Idea of saving the country
Too often
Ih all wrong.
It would li" all right
If   the    country   appreciated
saved,
But it doesn't.
The reward
Is totally  inadequate to  the labor.
About all a man gets out of lt
bi a cheap cigar
.lul a head next morning.
Don't worry about the country,
lt can save itself.
TO LET���Two furnished rooms for
S-'.y housekeeping; married couple
pr ifi rred. Apply 98 Second street,
corner Queens avenue.
To Rent���The Victoria Boarding and
Rooming House. No. 41 Sixth street, J
close to post office, with all modern
conveniences; 17 rooms; possession
Oct. 1. Apply to A. M. Herring. 58
Sixth street.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
SEW WESTMINSTER    j
OPERA HOUSE
I
Everything that's new, correct
and desirable in
Fall  Footwear
awaits you here. No matter what
price you wish to pay, be it $1.00 or
be it $6.00, or any of the popular lines
between ��� you'll find here reliable
shoes in the latest and correct styles for
Men, Women and Children
i
being.;
Couldn't Foresee It.
OCT. 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th
PACIFIC COAST    |
COMEDY COMPANY I
PRESENTS
All the Comforts of Home.
Withered Leaves.     I
The Little Girl.       |
Bamboozled.
Prices���25c, 50c and 75c.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room,
suitable for an olfice Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
THIS IS A MONEY SAVING
SHOE STORE
MAKE A PURCHASE AND
WE'LL CONVINCE YOU
OF THIS FACT.
Great selection of new shoes opened up for this week
Sb=>
"Have yon heard the latest?"
"No.   I didn't know it was out yet."
Both Ways.
"I   hear  you   were called   up on  the
carpet yesterday."
"No; I wa.s called down there."
OPERA
HOUSE
WESTMINSTER
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4
Johnston's Big
ouse
���:*.
The Rural Sister.
The rose, that's born to blush unsc
Mav feel as proud as though it were
A hothouse plant and doomed tu do
Its blushing ai one-fifty pit.
AN AMUSEMENT EVENT Of THE SEASON!
HI HENRY'S
Greatest - Minstrels
New Westminster, J. C.
Depends on Accommodations.
"I never can sleep un the cars."
"It must he rather awkward to slumber in a box car."
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Oh, would some witch with power
Imbue us to do our friend, as our
friends do US.
Gratitude is the thing you Eoel when
you hope that some more of the same
agreeable kind Is coming.
50
ALL WHITE
PERFORMERS
50
Finest First Part in Minstrelsy
entitled
The Palace of Aladin
Beautiful Ballads, Grand Choruses,
Difficult Dancing, Grand Scenic
and Electrical Effects.
Seals on sale at Ryall's Drug Store,
Monday morning.
Prices-25c, 50c, 75c, $1.
I RIG   STREET  PARADE AT NOON.
Su
"great
which ;
vlleges
which conflict with public in-
CANADIAN' WHEAT FLAKES differ from ALL IMPORTED cereals,
nol only in being more carefully manufactured from FINER wheal
av also in lhe lad that Ihey are ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Your gro
Is In touch with our mills,  which  are  situated  in
cer
centers In Western Canada There is no need tor
of musty flavor. Iii every packet you wlll find a
from the B. & K. Milling Co., Ltd,
all the leading
storage nor risk
mosl useful  gifl
TRY
OUR
SHOES
Ji
<* j, TUESDAY. OCT. 2, 1906.
THE DAIL>   NEWS
t
New  Wool   Sweaters  for  Women and  Girls.
mm.
New    Eiderdown    Comfort:
for cool  weather.
A Specially Good
Inducement
For You to Buy
Underskirts
To-Day
Women's Underskirts of Black Moirette, cut
fairly full, with frill; regular value $1.75,
To-day, $1.25
Our show rooms are fairly
overloaded these day- '.villi the
new fall and wilder merchandise���Furs, Suits, Hats, Coats
and Skirts. Don'l wait another
day���come at once for your
winter wearables
The Kurs ur. exhibition
throughout the store rejjrgs^nt
several leading manufacturers,
final whom we buj   lirect���thus
sa. in? you a v h ile ��� tier's pr '���:'.
iin stock Inclu les Mini-..
Marmot, lie i F >\. s ible, Foxa-
line, Rabbit, Thi .e; and other
Mrs. which are ma : ��� :: ill the
wanted styles, oar ,-: I ���- range
. 50c  to $50.00.
Our lii's are the subject of
much favorable comment among those who are well informed on fashion's whims���among
them "daj; ii;_'.. crown toques
from New York and Paris, as
���'.ial . - -;;i iri ready-to-wear
iar -       all sha]''.  and sizes.
oar milliners are kept busy
trimming to order as well as
making to order all kinds of
b i' 3.   Gel ;..i���;;��� or ler in early.
Am ing the favore I hats this
year are blacks. Especially is
this true of the larger shapes.
Among the colors are empire
green, taupe, gol len brown and
��hite. Our pi Ices range from
$1.25 to $35.00.
T. H. Smith
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
CANADIAN   WHEAT   FLAKES differ from ALI. IMPORTED cereals,
noi    d     In   ieing more carefully manufactured  from FINER wheat,
it also that they are ABSOLUTELY FRESH    Sour gro-
'���'������  is in tou -       .   mills,  which are situal ���! in all tbe leading
ceni  ���- In  '.'    -      . i      . ii    T'..--.- is no need  for storage nor risk
of  n In  ���-. "���   packet you   will  find  a   mi-'   useful   gifl
fron   the B. A.  K. Milling Co., I.' i.
�����"t
Local News Briefly Told
The Hotel Premier :- ipen :'ar busi-
i.ess.
Bulbs ii" ail i-.ii! i.- aa i cul l! i vers
at S. G. Tidy's, pa ine A18_. dtf
Mia- I.;, di i .1 inns in i. is remme 1
her classes in singing a' To Queens
avenue. 7 1
A new ci... -. has een place i in the
C.P.N, office for 'in- convenience nf
, assengers an i i a . ..i &,
Tin- Bi ai;."'.- came in' ��� a u yes-
lerd afternoon with an eighl swif-
te:    100m   ol   1 gs    for   the   Br mette
'.ills.
M r.  an I   Mrs   M a n   h  : :.. of
this ci';,. will I   ive to la; ���  \islt
to   frlen Is   al   I." ��� :���  : .   .. Hampshire.
'1 he I lOlial h cam : i i port ye er-
.a.-   wi' h   anoi her  si - w   loa ; of rock
a   : la-      got ���: :..: enl       .-   ���  ' -    a'     I a-
ith of the
John A. Turner, ... a:' the a. isi
i rominent horse dealei - : t lalgai. .
1.- registere 1 at I..-��� iluichon, and will
: ��� main In I his ci ;���  I ir a few days.
G. I. Gwynn, of Messrs. Waghorn __
Owynn, stock brokers, of Vancouver,
was a visitor to this city yesterday
afternoon on business.
The customs returns for the month
of September were $14,000, which is
a slight Increase on the amount for
the corresponding month of last year.
.'..::.a-.- Holland, of Verne:;, arrived
in the city yesterda) on a visit to his
daughter. Mrs. Ki. Goulet. Mr. Holland will take In the fair before returning.
Tlii' rt. C. Packers' tug Constance
came into per' yesterday afternoon,
and after coaling up, left on a trip
to Toby Inlet. On its return the Constance will go into the bone yard for
iiu  winter.
Four crates containing setters,
pointers ani spaniels came in from
Ladner yesterday in charge of their
tiainer, E. Coafs The logs al! participate,] in 'he recent fleld trials in
the Delta district.
I). C. Patterson, of tin' Vulcan iron
works, has just installed 'he eliam-
I Ion noise maker in the city, in the
form of an up-to-date automatic riveting machine. For noise it beats ten
thousand woodpeckers pecking on tin,
and foui- German bands, all ia a room
6 x 12
Sheriff Armstrong, Registrar of the
Supreme Cone .1. I Cambridge, \\". .1.
Walker and P. Venabli - were closeted
ie the sheriff's office yesterdaj afternoon and were acting it; the capacitj
of jurj sele dors for the ; irthcoming
assizes. They '���'.ere drawing 'ia- last
panel from it ' i list uf four : e irs
ago, and were experiencing considerable difficulty on accouni  of tlie    ���
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
Is to give these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $ ..00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
that sn in in;, rn' those figuring on tho
old iisi have either died or left the
district.
Everybody calls at the Premier be- j
:'   i- going home.
I. Altar, of New York, who represents one of the large German Arms
of fish exporters, was in the citj yesterday, lie is arranging for tin- shipment .if several car load.-, of salmon tn
south an I to Germany.
The Tran -:������ es ei da. broughl in
i lol more material for the exhibition.
Butter exhibits were na board from
Mrs. Reid an i Mi.- Taylor, of Lad-
nei frull and garden produce irom
Ma. Boune, and a quantitj of lh.'
.  from 1). Montgomery.
i'. G. Majo . li. Major and Mrs. T.
H Pearson an I Mrs. .1 A. Lee have
returned fron    heir rei ent I rip up   he
ist. rhi .. (vei e as fai north as
Si a.i. I Cit; and vi - ������ I Porl Simpson and a u ;���.. ie ol -.' hi r a i hei a
i oints of interest. The; were pas-
seng rs on - iar i 'ie- Camosun, and
-i -aii it: rap Ul'OUS '.thi- of their Hip
ani tin- magnificent scenery through
which they passe 1.
Water   Commissioner C.   C.   Fisher
yesterday  granted   C.  A.   Marston. of
Victoria,  two inches of  water from  a
small   stream   known   as   McKensey j
creek, which Mows through part of lot '
267, group 1, township 9.    The water
i-i to  he  returned  to Keatsey slough,
where   it   will   he   used   for  domestic
and agricultural purposes.   The appli-1
cant   asked  for  six   inches,   hut    the
water commissioner   considered   that
two  inches would  be enough  for his
requirements, and accordingly cut the
application down.
Messrs. Gilley Bros, yesterday shipped -two huge lumps of coal up to the
exhibition grounds. The lumps wdll
in. placed in a conspicuous [dace, and
for five cents anj' speculative person
will have the privilege of making a
guess on the weight of the coal. The
iwo lumps will be kept separate and
live cents will be charged for each
guess. The lucky guesser will he entitled to a ton ��f coal, and the proceeds of the guesses will be equally
divided between the Royal Columbian
and St. Mary's  hospitals.
The Premier, the latest hotel in the
city.    Don't miss it.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Block.
Telephone 73.
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
FINE TAILORED GARMENTS FOR MEN
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Don't Guess!
Don't Take Chances!
There's no reason why you should not be as
stylishly dressed, and as comfortably dressed as any
man in Canada. All you need to know is two things
���who makes the best and most stylish clothes and
who sells them in this town. It is now conceded on
all sides that
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CHOICEST CIGARS,
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
-AT-
GAMONS
Columbia btreet.
20th Century Brand
Garments
We're Waiting to
Wait on You
If You Buy Here
You're Safe
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are the finest made in Canada, and the only clothes ���
in this country that class with the very best made in |
New York, Rochester and Chicago. |
We are sole agents for them in this town and ���
district. Keep these two facts in mind and your J
clothes troubles are at an end. ���
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier of New Westminister.
It's a great idea���when a merchant asks Ten Dollars
for a Suit���the Buyer offers Six and the Merchant ''takes
him up." The question is, what does "he" get ? If "he"
means the merchant, HE gets the man's Six Dollars and
his suspicion for everymore.   If the "he" is the man
HE GETS LEFT.
If that merchant could afford to sell the garment for
less than he asked why he did not name tiie lowest price
at once? Is that merchant reliable? Can you afford to
t-isk his judgment ? He certainly takes quite a load on
his shoulders when he attempts to carry trade that way.
We guarantee that you will pay here fully as much as
your neighbor���and just as surely you'll pay just as little.
We further guarantee you your money back on demand if you find your purchase unsatisfactory when you
get home
IF YOU BUY HERE YOUR SAFE. If you are interested
in Fall Suits, Overcoats, Hats and Men's Furnishings we
want to show you our handsome lines, If yo.: pay less
elsewhere, you'll get less value.
C">-S"'___PING ��T\a
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Opposite Post Office
New Westminster
Something Worthy
of Investigation
New dwelling, 8  rooms, Sapperton.       Terms,   cash   $500,   balance  to suit.
Price       $l,0C0
Dwelling and two lots, Third ave ; terms of payment easy.    Price... .$2,500
Dwelling (new), central.   Price    $1,500
Dwelling (new i,  central    $1,300
Dwelling, Bigbee street    $1,500
Boarding house on lease for live years.   Price   $3,***"D
T. R. PEARSON
I
H. L.  DeBECK The Cash Clothier Advertise   in   The   News THE| DAILY |NEWS
TUESDAY, OtT. 2,
���90C.
CANADIAN WHEAT FLAKES differ from ALL IMPORTED cereals,
m | i nly In bi ing mine carefully manufactured from FINER wheat,
bul also in the facl that they ar,- ABSOLUTELY FRESH. Your grocer is in touch with our mills, which are situated In all the leading
centers in Western Canada. There is no need for storage nor risk
��� ��� ist; flavor. In every packet you will find a most useful gift
from the "'��� & K. Milling Co., Ltd.
Dredge  is  Now  Ready.
i tt
The dredge King Edward is now-
read;. : i isiness, and in (ht course
of a couph td daj s will once more he
in full swing. Yesterday the pontoons,
pipes ani couplings were brought up
rrom the Lone yard in a long .string
and were tied up near the government wharf. The crew of the Samson v.as engaged in hoisting on board
lhal vessel huge stone anchors, five
In number, which will be used for an-
i;, : Ing the dredge and the pontoons
ii tie lr positions by the bar. The
'. ge stone anchors, which weigh in
iii, neighborhood of two ions each,
bave 1 i "ii drilled and have iron eyelets placed on the upper side and bolt-
i d  on the under side.
In about a weel. the King Edward's
new pump, which has been tin ler construction at the Schaake Machine
works, will be ready for Installation.
Yt ster laj a bunch of workmen were
busy on the government wharf putting the body ol the pump in position
and   partially putting it  together.
Hill Tires  Runaways.
Considerable excitement was caused !
On Columbia streel 'last evening by a
runaway team, whicli was hitched to
a buggy, and driven by young Harold
Colbeck. The team look fright on
Columbia street, and dashed along at
a mad rate. Colbeck sawing at the
lines for all he was worth, but without succeeding in making the horses
lower their pace. When the runaways arrived at the foot of Eighth
Street, the driver managed to head
them Up the hill, and aftei' this it was
a case of sit back and let the horses
gel tired. 'Die steeds had not proceeded far up the hill before they
decided that Eighth street was better
adapted for automobile hill climbing
contests than as a speedway for a
runaway team, and accordingly slowed up and became docile and tractable once more.
IAND REGISTRY ACT.
Fire Alarm en Steamer.
There was a little flre alarm aboard
the City of Nanaimo yesterdaj- soon
after it entered lhe river. The smoke
stack became overheated and set fire
to some of the surrounding woodwork.
The crew were immediately ordered
to mail Ihe hose, and soon a good
sized stream was 1 eing poured on to
the smouldering woodwork from the
hurricane deck. The passengers behoved calmly, and there was no confusion of any kind. It was only a
tew minutes after the fire started
when the last spark was out.
EXHIBITION
Special Train Service
Great Northern Railway
*
Special train service between New
Westminster and Vancouver via the
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY during the Provincial Exhibition, Oct. 2
lo G. inclusive, will be as follows:
Leave Vancouver  1.30 p.m.;  arrive
New   Westmlnstei    2 n'i p.m.;    leave
Vancouver 7.00 p.m.; arrive New
Westminster 7.t!5  p.m.
Leavi   New Westminster 6.00 p.m.;
arrive Vancouver 6.35 p.m.; leave
New Westminster 9.00 p.m.; arrive
Vancouvei 9.35 p.m.
Excursion rat- s Vancouver to Westminster and return will be 50 cents;
half cf tiie adult rut.' for children five
j ears if age and   under ten.
F. ('. MEYERS. Agent.
UND REGISTRY ACT
Take notice thai an application bas
i ��� i n   madi   to   register  William Cas-
siily  a-- 111'   i v in i   ill   tee simple, undo:
a tax -till- deed from Coquitlam to
William ilassidy, bearing date tin- -ith
d, ' Ni ������ ���: er, \.l��. Ifiil. nf all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
i ' land and ; . i mises situate, lying
and ��� < ing in t he Dlstricl of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Col imbla, more particularly known
and ih Bcrlbed as subdivision loti I
and Id of block 15, of part of lot No
385, group 1, map ill. New Westminster District.
You and i ach oi you are required
h contesl the claim of the lax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publicaUon of this
notice u; mi you, ami iii default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens being filed within such period, or in default of redemption before registration, you will be forever estoppe I and
di i.ai red fn m setting up any 'laim
to or in respeel of the said land, and
I shall register William Cassidy as
ownei Ma :i ol in fee, and I hereby
stale ihai publication of this notice
in a dally te wspaper fm- nm' week
will hi- good and sufficient service
thereof,
Dated at th" Land Registry office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 22nd day of M. th,
A.I).  1906.
C.   S.   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To EDWARD A. POAT.
lie lot ii, subdivision of lots 20, 21
and 22, suburban block it. New Westminster city.
Whereas proof of the loss of certifl-
j cate of  title  number 2845a,  issued in
the   name   of   Nels  Nelson,   has   been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 shall.1
a:  the expiration of one  month from |
the date of ihe first publication hereof,   issue   a   duplicate   of   said  certifi- j
: rale,   unless   in   the   meantime   valid
objection he made to me in writing.
C.   S.   KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office.    New  Westminster, B.C., Sept. 28, 1906,
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
	
j In the matter of the Settled Estates
Act, and in the matter of the interests of Benjamin Gunn, Eliza-
Iveth Margaret Gunn, Thomas Den-
nison Gunn. infants in the Estate
of .lames Gunn, deceased.
Pursuant to Order of the Honorable
Mr. Justice Morrison, sealed Tenders
addressed to ,1. .1. Cambridge, District
Registrar of the Supreme Court, New
Westminster, will be received by him
up to Saturday, 6th day of October,
1906, for the purchase of the following properties:
(a) Subdivision two (2i of lot forty-
seven i-ITi in block five (5), New-
Westminster suburbs.
(h) Subdivision eighteen (IM of
lot ten (Id), block thirteen (13), New-
Westminster  suburbs.
(cl Lots six (01 and nineteen (19)
in block five (al, part of lot 227,
group one (1), town of Port Moody.
(d) The southwest quarter of section twenty-five (25), in township sixteen  (16), New Westminster district.
(e) The northwest quarter of section fifteen' (15), in township eleven
(111.  New  Westminster district.
Said tenders to be accompanied by
a deposit of 5 per rent, of the amount .
tendered.
.1.  P.  HAMPTON   BOLE,
Solicitor for t.he Estate of .lames
Gunn, deceased.
TIMBER NOTICEo.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for a license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands:
1. Commencing at a post marked
W. M.'s S.E. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river about
two miles up from the mouth, running as follows: 40 chains north, 1C0
chains west, 4.0 chain, south, 160
chains east to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Located August 27, 1906.
2. Commencing at a post ma: i ��� |
W. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on ihe
north bank of the Kildala river, aboul
two miles up from the mouth, running
as. follows: 40 chains north, 120 chains
east, 80 chains south. 40 chains west,
4(J chains north, 80 west to point of
commencement, containing 640 acres,
more or less.
Located August 27, 11*00.
3. Commencing   at   a   post   marked
W.  .M.'s N.E. Corner,  planted on  the
north bank of the Kildala river, al    I
live   and   a   half   miles   up   the   river
j from   the mouth,  running as  follows:
In  chains south.  160 chain.-, west,      I
1 chains north,  160 chains east  to  point
of    commencement,    containing    640
acres,  more or  less.
Located Augusl  26, 1906.
���I. Commencing at a pi sl mai ��� I
W. M.'s N.W. Corner, planted on th(
in rth bank of the Kildala river, about
five and a half miles up the river from
the mouth, running as follows: 160
chains east, 40 chains south. 160
chains west, 40 chains north to point
of commencement, containing 04.
acres, more or less.
Located August 27, 1906.
5. Commencing at a pus* marked
W. M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
south bank of the Kildala arm, about
one mile from the month of the river,
running as follows: so chains south,
80 chains west, so chains north to the
shore line, thence following .-bore line
to point of commencement, containing
G4U acres, more or less.
Located August 27, 1900.
Si. Commencing at a pus' marked
W. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
east bank of thi' Dala river, aboul
ten chains easterly from the mouth,
running as follows: 40 chains east,
40 chains ninth, 40 chains east, SU
chains north to the river, thence following river to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
i-ocated August 27, 1906.
(Locator)   WILLIAM  MOODY,
per Frank Vandal], Agent.
OUR BIG FAIR
Will Open Today
At 1:30 P. M.
NOTICE.
Be prepared and have your Footwear selected. You
never had a larger or more up-to-date stock to choose
from.
Remember the latest comes from
SINCLAIR'S
Have you seen "The All American Shoe?"   It
beauty.   Ask for it and take no other.
is a
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Land, within the Hallway Belt in British Columbia, may he homesteader) by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
1C0 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land ofiice for the district in
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' resilience
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion I.,inds at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deptttv  Minister  of  thc   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
I
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works,
for special license to cut and carry-
away timber from the following described lands, situated north east of
Pitt lake, New Westminster, District.
1. Commencing at a stake planted on
the Boundary line ot Dominion lands
thence north 100 chains, thence west
CO chains, thence south 100 chains to
said boundary line, thence east along
said line CO chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a stake planted
40 chains north of Post No. 1, thence
east 120 chains, thence north 80
ahains, thence west 40 chains, thence
south 40 chains, thence west 80
chains to line of location No. 1,
thence south 40 chums to point of
commencement.
FRASER   RIVER   LUMBER   CO.,
J. R. SHARPE,
Secretary.
Staked September 6th, 1906,
NOTICE.
fourth Street Sewer Assessment
Take notice thai t!,��. ro incll ha.
appointed Monday, the 8th day of October, 1906, at in o'clocl 01 1!" forenoon, ai the fit.. Hall. N( W Westminster, as a time and place for holding a. Couri of Revision to bear appeals against assessments made under |
the provisions of tin- Local Improvement By-law.
W.   A.   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, Sept. 26, 1906.
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1906 has been
completed, and that the same may be
seen at this office for thirty days from
the date hereof; and any person who
shall claim to he added to the said
Voters' List, or any Elector who Khali
desire to have any name erased therefrom, must prefer his or her request
in writing, signed wilh 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   Ofiice,   City  Hall,   New
Westminster,   Sept..   1,  1906.
We also have the Sole Agency for the following
lines:
The Genuine "Slater Shoe," for Men
The "Doctor Special" for Men
The "Harlow Shoe" for Men
The Edwin C. Burt Shoe for Women
The Utz & Dunn Shoe for Women
The Queen Quality for Women
is anything in the Shoe line you want
stop at
.Sinclair's
The Reliable Shoe Store TUESDAY, OCT. 2,  1906.
1"H     DAILY NEWS
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.
Te'ephonsl 2. New Westminster
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
G   E.  WALKER, (let.era! Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
JUST OPENED!
THE
PREMIER HOTEL
I   ���  'ADIAN   WHEA1   FLAKES   lift.-.  ALL IMPORTED cereals,
i 'i being ii.       careful! . , . FINER  v ...
i   the fact 1   it are ABSOLUTELY FRESH     Yo
mch with oui mills, whi      ire sil | ���
i   IVesten   Cana   i.   Thi no nei
������ '      Ii iu will find a i
: om  th    it. &  K.  Willing I       Ll I.
WESTMINSTER'S
NEWEST AND MOST
UP-TO-DATE HOTEL
Magnificent Riuer  View
Near Post Office.
POWERS & PETERS, Proprietors.
Humor end Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
Don't   Scowl.
Don'l -, owl. II spoils faces. Before you know il j mr forehead will
resemble a small railroad map.
There is a grant, trunk line from
your cowlii k in the bridge of your
nose, intersected by parallel Iii is
running easl and west, wj/th curves
, ,      .     i: _ .   ��� , :..,, ia :        arching yot-r eyebrows, a.f'l. oh, how
much older you look for ii! Scowling is a habil that steals upon us
A habit Is something that you couldn't    unawares.  We frown when the light
help If you �� iuld aud  pfteu woul 1:;-.     *8   ,,���,   <tri)n,r   .,,���]   ,vj���,M   ,,    jB  j()(,
Help if you could, weak.   We lie our brows into a knot
... wll|,,i   we  arc   thinking   and   knit
r"-:
cannot think.   There is no denying
PERI  PARAGRAPHS.
Many people who think that they
j mn
ifrs
s t re a gl li  and
,- lo   ,,���,   a)     'llr,i;  even   morn tightly  when  we
. .,> -   gi)  togethei
for in. laii.v, ina    ""''"" arc plenty of things to scow:
cig ir.
the
about.
POR
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL   BANKING    tlUSINESS   .RAN    '.''TEH.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers  for   tl-eir  banking   bus.r.esE.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits    may be made   n   withdrawn oby mail.
ii .��� if town accouni 9  receive evei.-  a     ml Ion.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R  DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181..
Incorporated   by   aet   ot   parliament
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND  $10,000,000
Ht. Hon. Lord Strathcona an 1   Mount   Royal,    G   C.   M.
G ,    Honorary President
Hon.   Sir  G.   A.   Drummond   President
E. S. Clouston Vice Presldenl   and   General  Manager.
General hanking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities In Canada, In London, Eng., New
V irk, Chicago, and St. John's N'fl.l., and correspondents In all iwirts of the
���_ iM.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH Ci. D.  BRYMNER, A��cnt.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Ice  Cream  Sodas,
Sweets, Fruits, Etc
GO TO
R. C. PURDY
The    small    Iroj Fine Sense of Propnety.
t li i ti I. s   there  Is      "Have   you   any   Rlchardsonnrles?"
some   compiMisa-   .,skeil the quiet looking stranger of the
,;  *   '���'   Hviub   ;a   salesman In the I kstore,
n   desert,   as   no      "Richardsonarles?" queried tho sales
s u itches gr >w    maUi wllll a llU/.Z|,,i look.  "Er���I think
0   there. u,,|     n\^ vol, uieau dictionaries!" he
sai.l as the eye of the stranger rested
''  takes ii  iat of nerve and gall to   0u a pile of Standards and Internatlon-
aa.i-i yourself an I knock thc oth tr :' I-   :1is
low at  the -ana time,  but  many men       "Perhaps thai is what y.m eall them,"
play the game that waj galj  ,)���. stranger i lltatlvely;  "but,
ou see, 1 am not familiar enough with
;m to eall 'em Dick."
Be  i .,". er,  and   pe iple  will   f irg \ ������
11.u i ir nol being good.
He who knocks and runs away will
;ve in he uu expert knocker,
Thought He Wa. Harmless.
"I   understand you mei   Jones iu 'i
saloon  last  night and bought  a  horse
from him for about half its value."
lion i     udge   a   man harshly.      _ on , , ,
, , , -^es, I goi a good bargain,
mlghl  want  to borrow money oi  bim ! ..  .        .
some day.
Columbia Street
Next to Tram Office
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162
Total Assets $36,373,576.
Branches an 1 correspondents ia al*.  the  principal   .itiee of the   world.
General banking business transacted.
$1 ovens an account.    Interest added half yearly.
Collections made at lowest rates.
Open Saturday  nights from 8 to 9 o'clock.
The reason why so many people are I
so uninteresting Is that their habits are
mostly secondhand.
Don't he afraid until you have to be,
nml then don't.
There is something of n difference between winning because ; ou work and
working because . iu win.
It is a shame to take advantage OS
u drunken man."
"1 didn't knew he was loaded."
Saw It First.
Dou't  borrow trouble.    If you hav
the habit that hnd, borrow money.
.
NEW   WESTMINST fcK   BKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C.
Sometimes   it   is  worth   while  being      Although the day Is blazing hot,
sick just to see how badly peared you     Mn��w a ^{"J^^Te'day through.
can get.
The only man who ever understood
women died before he wa.s born.
The less a pessimist knows the louder he roars.
Some people nre never pleased unless
they are displeased about something all
the time.
But the mosquitoes know It too.
J. HENLEY Westminster
Transfer Co.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a  Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  Stree
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia bt.
Raggage delivered    promptly to   my
I irt of the city.
t Light and Heavy Hauling
''flee 'Phone 1S.r>.        ..urn VDone 1.7
The 'Bo.
Th" sun shines OH] thf.Ugh autumn air
un seas of corn to pli'k,
And .tacks nf work ore everywhere,
Hut I won't turn tho trick.
'TwiuKl surely be a holy show
And of bad Judgment smirk
If I should labor.    No. ah, no!
I am not built for work
It's not for me���the heavy task
of cleaning up the street,
An old box car Is all I ask,
Where I ran rest my teet
The thought of labor mokes ine sicks
My stunt is Jusi to shirk.
I know a larger, smoother trlek.
1 am not built I'or work.
The honest farmer glares at me
As through the country lane
Or dusiy road I travel tree
From sordid loss or gain,
No care have I to. spoiling crop;
For in" no terrors lurk
lu pouring rains that never stop.
1 am not built tor work.
The sound ol' work on every hand
Falls on my careless ear.
1 wander through the smtllng land
With neither hope nor tear,
I ha." o strange philosophy
That's free from quip and quirk;
Ii whispers suit and low to me,
I urn not built tor work.
Progression.
"How ls she getting along with Charley?"
"Quite rapidly. She calls bini by hi*
tlrst untne now."
"Hopes to eall herself by his last
an mo later on, I presume," f
Her Advai.'aje. ti
She couldn't bakn or sew or mi-n-l
Or make th" carpet Bweeper whirl,
And so sh. wouldn't wed a m:i"
Who couldn't keep a hire"1. S-f*'���
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 10th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
; 124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
ii
INDUSTRIAL   BUILDING
rn    wr.
TODD'S
New Westminster
Pine Exhibit
Wheeler & Wilson's
and Singer's
Sewing Machines
Dominion and Morris
Pianos TME DAILY   NEWS
TUESDAY, OCT. 2, 19C6
REASONS   WHVWeWMtYcurTraJt
!.  We can five 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 thc LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you, watch our Ad.
for the next foar.
WE NEED your trade and we intend to HA VE it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
PROVINCIAL FAIR OPENS
I TODAY
(Continued  from  Page One.)
CHEAP   rUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
H. BELYEA & CO,
Telephone    1 SO.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two last transcontinental traini
with dining cars and through tourist
and  first-class  sleepers  daily.
Atlantic Express leaves at 7:26.
Imperial  Limited, leaves  at  17:20.
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
upon Uie happy combination that
pleased and delighted them. In every
building the scene was the same���
carpenters working at >top speed, witting the finishing touches to stands.
and clearing away unused lumber;
many of them working all night so
that their tasks might he finished by
,1 o'clock this afternoon, and everything   he   in   perfect  order  when the
I vice-regal party appear.
Ladies Get  Busy.
Until   yesterday   there    were   very
few ladies to he seen on the grounds,
; but they arrived in full force early in
the  morning and  spenl   all   day  there
supervising   the  arranging  of  tlie exhibits  in   which   they   are   Interested.
A   favorite  corner  for  the   fair  s"x  i-
i lhe space devoted to the exhibition of
i fancy work, and here over a score of
ladies   worked   willingly   all   day.  getting everything fixed up in the proper
order.
Manager  Besieged.
Callers at the manager's office have
increased in number every day since
his office was moved up to the
grounds, but the limit was reached
yesterday, when the outer office was
literally besieged from morning until
nearly midnight. A large number of
tickets were sold at the office yesterday, while exhibitors' passes were dis-'
tributed by hundreds. No one will be
admitted to the grounds this morning
without a ticket, and the call for tic-
i kets was consequently very heavy yes-.
terday.
Beautiful   Addresses.
The ornamental work on the addresses to be presented to his excel-
1 iency is the work of .!. H. Vidal, and
is said to be the finest specimen of
this class of work that this gentleman
has yet produced. The representatives of the press have not been permitted to see the addresses, neither
have they been informed of the text,
so that no description can he given I
of them.
OUR
Window
Decorations
are causing considerable
Attention and Attraction.
We ask that you call and
examine our stock of
high-class
NEW DRESS GOODS
Last week's arrivals in the Dress tioods Department have added a
large variety to our already large showing ot handsome Dress Fabrics,
Panama Cloths, Shepherd's Checks, Plaids, Venetians, Fancy Tweeds anj
54-inch Costume Cloths, in shades of   navy,   brown,   gTeen,  cardinal
greys, are all popular materials.
When "-e have such a selection   of popular fabrics, it is a pleasure t;
show  them.    Let   us show  you.
Shelf Goods
and Cutlery W. S.   COLLISTER &  CO.
Guns,
Ammunition,  Etc.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
ARTIST GETS NERVOUS
AND COMMITS SUICIDE
$84.50
Ellord Block   Good to Return to Nov-15th
New Westminster. -   - B. C
	
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
ED. GOULET,
C P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
or
E. J. COYLE,
Assistant   General   Passenger   Accent,
Vancouver.
Young Irving Makes Hit.
-New York, Oct. 1.���Henry B. Irving,
son of the late Sir Henry Irving, made
his first appearance before an American audience to-night at the N'ew Amsterdam. He had the leading role in
the tragedy Paolo and Franceses,
which was presented for tbe first time
in America. His acting'to-night made
an excellent impression,
Disorder   in    His   Apartments   Causes
New York   Herald   Man to
End His Life.
New York, Oct. 1.���John C. Baker,
:;��� years old, head Of the art depart:
ment of the New York Herald for
several years past, committed suicide
to-night in his apartments in Central
park west by shooting. The suicide
was due to extreme nervousness immediately induced because his apartments were in a state of disorder
owing to painters being at work there,
i -c	
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
���^FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
-o-
Killing   Wild   Ducks   In   China.
dne Chinese method of kilLng
wild ducks consists in placing calabashes on the water iti great nijm
bers. After awhile, when the ducks
have become used to ther presence,,
the hunter puts one over his head
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 27_��
"Timber
Limits"
.<
EMPRESSES!
18,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,500
H. Pomer t EMPRESS OF IRELAND J      TONS
Leave Quebec Oct. . and Oct. 19.
Passengers booked to and fro at lowest rate.    For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R. AGENT.
S. G. TIDY,
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A1S4  or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
Gain Eight Hour Day.
New York. Oct. 1.���Nearly l.ttuu
printers an,] others employed by the
Methodist book concern in this city
ami Cincinnati will wor]. on an eight
hour basis, beginning Nov. l. This
announcement was made to-day j
Kyflon and Mains, agents for tlie company.
 o	
Hopkins' Bcdy Found.
Lindsay, Ont., Oct. 1.���The body of
R. H. Hopkins, who has heen missing
since Wednesday night , wa.s found
floating yesterday morning about four
miles north of Lindsay. Search parties were at work night and day since
the finding of his empty launch about
half a mile from when, the body was
found.
A Poser.
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers in the
854Acres,PittLake SPR0TT-SHAW
Fir and Cedar
estimated 20,000 to the acre. Easy of
access. Also a Quarter Section, including 6.000 cords Shingle Bolts,
near Aldergrove.  Enquire ahout these,
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTM1 NSTER, B. C.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85
Souvenirs!
Post Cards!
^ANY AMOUNT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Business Institute
Limited.
336 Hastings Street W., Vancouver
R. J.  SROTT,  B..A., Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A., Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec
	
Westminster Iron Works
i
I GENERAL MACHINE AND 1_.M_I.NI_
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, mui_.___ and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Flre Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
LEG iii E STREET.
New Westminster. P. <->. 474.
RE Of SOME FORCE
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 anil extravagant young man and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to your lain-
ily- 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House and
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.     Lot60xl82 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
IF YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
"1 see tbey are having another
monkey  party  at  Newport."
"Say. h w dn the girls tell which
is monkey and which Is dude'."
All Risht.
"I thought you said ihat Bragger Is u
mau of veracity."
"Oh. he was just tulklug about himself hist night He never lien about
nny one else."
How It Happened.
LIMITED.
rc*��;*>����>��>>>>>>;o>>>^
j with holes, so he can see. and. with
I the rest of Ins body under water.
approaches the ducks. Seizing one
of them hy the legs, lie quickly pulls
it under water, wrings its neck,
fastens it to his belt and takes hii
neit victim
In life In- was the very best
Thai ever didn'l float.
He sunt; a song; in made n jest,
And then he rocked the boat.
ln the Good Time.
When soda water fountains
Tn please their patrons try
Wlll every drink be Bundae
By .-mil by?
Mark of Caste.
"Called on the new neighbors yet I"
"No; I am waiting to see their washing hung out. on tlie UuO Erst"
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY  SURGEON.
Late of Manchuria). Japanese Army
Service.
Office, 300 Westminster Av?., Vancouver, B.C.
Residence Phone 60,       Office Iln rs
Office Phone _I5G0.        i) a.m. to 6 p.m,
8
i
V
V
V
9
1
9
8
8
8
V
a
*
PURINITURE
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:  Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING   A   SPECIALTY.
VV. E. TALES,
!���   716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.   W
.���' ft
FOR STOCK RAISERS
WE HAVE A FULL LINE OF
Root Pulpers and Slicers,
Straw Cutter, Grain Grinders
and Grain Rollers
Now in stock.   The above machines include Fleury's, Cogkshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
" WV W WW W WW WW W WVV~~
Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���service irom
C.30 a, m. to 11 p. in.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Between 12 and _ and b and 7.
'
30 Minute Service during re- m
mainder tit day. Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. *
Sunday Service half-hourly be- J
tween  8  a.  m.  and  10 p. m.  m
City and Sapperton. ��
Sapperton Line���la Minute Ser-  ��
vice,  except   between   12  and
_, and 5 and 7, during wnict
hours    the    service   will   bo  *��
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   halt-hourly he-
tween 8 a. m. and 11 p, tn.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *
������y �� ^<__X
W. R. Gilley, 'Knone !������_���;_.
j. R. Gniey, 'Knone 1-4 *
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. O. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
���Phone 1-b
��....
Something to be Proud Of
THE BIG NEW BOOK OF VIEWS OF
NEWiWESTMINSTER	
PRICE $1.50
MACKAYS BOOK STORE
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