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Vol I'ME 1, NUMBER 169
V.;^E.^ *ssenjd/
stP 221906
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NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1906.
W^t3f^*
Id CENTS PER WEEK
Hand Bouquets to B. C. E. Ry. Co
\
Members of R. A. & I. Society Rebuke the Board of Trade
for Hostile Attitude Towards a Corporation Which
They Believe Has Been Very Good to New Westminster
-���t
HIS WORSHIP DROPS
SOME INFORMATION
Tells
of   Big   Things   Ready   to  Fall   Out   of  Sleeves  cf
B. C. E. R. Co., and Gets In a Little Joke
About Soft Talk.
tlsh    Columbia     Electric i tl     . it  if Loci     Mana;
. >���( a t promised l    : .     Quart        eceived   i res ilutlon
��� ���'.'���   well                .   v.i I cannot the preceding discussion to thi   mere
������   whj   spj   wi h   notice   .-   being mention of the tact 'hat a resoluti a
''���a-'i nt'   the   remi         v    le   at.  the bad bei n passed, saying iti support ol
ard          a a-      eeting      ["here were his suggestion thai instead  of  bridg-
o ablj  onlj  about eigl      .  ten pen- ing  the  chasm  that had   opened
���  ent at   the  meeting,  and  all tween the company and the city, the
of   them  were  not   abusing   the  com- many remarks might have the effect
,   ti...    Even  supposing thej   bad all of widening it.    He merely wished to
been   inanimous,  l  cannol   see  that, pour oil upon troubled waters.
��� v represent the whole of the clti- "Soft     talk,'   ' ejaculated     Mayor
���/.' ns    ol    New    Westminster.    They Keary, chuckling.
.. ased me, they abused the city coun-1    After the   laughter   following   this
iii, and all the time they are in this sally had in some measure subsided,
the ��� o irtesy of ihe city coun- Mr.   Trapp remarked that he believed
thej nevei paj anything towards in giving justice  where justice   was
METHODISTS REGRET
THE GAMBLING SPIRIT
Committee Recommends to Conference That More Active
Part Be  Taken In  Elections  For  Purpose of
Securing Moral Reform In Canada.
���
.
thi   men   ers ol  the   It.  A.  &.   A ex-
-.    ning lowaras   in giving justice   wnere  jusute   was       Montreal, Sept. 20.���-From the tone   serious   neglect  of   home   life.    The
the expenses  of light  or  attendance   due, and he proposed leaving the mat-   ol   tDe   discussion   in  the   education   committee calls   upon parliament   to
anything   else.    I   mast   say it   is ' ter  of  dealing with   what   had   taken   committee   of  the  Methodist   general   enact  legislation  against  the  gaming
madi      f Fin   Chlel                            lsapproval o{ the man.. rather rough���I cannot use any other i place enUrely In the hands of the re-
th.   meeting oi the  R.  A.   ner in wl           ���   company had been    ':::   than ">ugl_-t_e way they have porters.
...   lasi   evening,   m                                   e   board   ol   trade,   he   Seated the company and the council. Aid. Adams-"Let them print it all;
I  will  say  that these people have an that's the best way."
axe lo grind, but the city council has Mayor    Keary    agreed    with    Aid.
:. ' axe to  grind  at  all.    There  Is the Adams, who,   he said, was anxious to
Hard  en  Mr.  McQuarrie.
evening,   ������������
���   -���    f more favorable remarks bi        -       ���  i    e to gi     bi   ights for t*ie
:. ���       in ci onecllon witb the B, C
I    R       mpany   than   has   been   the
'��� ��� aan;,   a daj .    A  mak : Itj   ol
tl   ���     ������-.'.' the meeting ��� _pr<ss-
'    then -'a-.cs   very   it ronj I ���   m   the
ol   the   adverse   i rl! dam   ti
��        ��� ���  i ompany was subjt tte l at
���    ��� - v  met ��� Ing  of the  I oard  of
Ihe adulation shower* I up
��� a ia. ti, the condemnation
��� received al the hands ol the I    "    ^d to go along nltelj a-.    ������ ...��
!"��� '.ir- last week
whole   difference.    They   cannot   see see it all in print mainly because he
i.     it-   :    provi ;    ���     bi   another   ;!"- advantages  that  are   brought   u> had   not said   anything,  and   so  had
���   ������    .    thi   con pany, and in the   'his city by the B. C. E. R. company, m.thing to fear.   He also believed the
remarks Bald:   '"I  think   Now I know  for a positive fact  that best  thing to do was to leave it en-
thal   "��� companj deserves the thanks   'his  is  to   be the  terminus  of   the tirely to the newspapers.   And there
ratbei   than  the  abuse o! the people   Chilliwack road which is about to be the matter ended.
n- a   Westminster for the way iu
which it has treated ths city.   Every-
built,  and   this   will   bring a lpt   of      Many  other matters were  brought
business  to   this city.    They   do not   before the members, several commit- '
tees making  final   report.
T.  J. Trapp  Opens Subject.
! la,.p.   Who   Was.   iu   tin    C Vo..' .
Iii   -p..      ..  stating tb_t
��� ���   ��� v. ich to ; i- regretti i that
moothlj iv:: Mr. McQuarrle took
tbi local management in hand, and
then pi   ; ���   bi gan to raise objections.
1 ��� m ��� think there is a better man
it, the ��� v.- ... of the B. C. E, R.
.    .   anj   than  Mr.  McQuarrie, and  1
No Reason for Turn  Down.
C, A. Welsh said that lie could nol
see why the  11.   C.   E.   K.   company
should   want   to  turn  down   the exhibition because of what had  been said
Generous Maple  Leafs.
John Keid, chairman of the lacrosse
committee,   reported   that  he  had  arranged for three games, one with the
Vancouvers and  two with  the Maple
-'.  Electric   Rallwaj   companj ,.   a.    .   -..,.   sorrj  to see him put
antagonizi I     He remarked ,.-.   anj  humiliating position through
'  ���   aa i   ... i a   some   ����� rj   un tbe fau     ol   othi i   pi rsons.    If  this
���v.i:.. .remarks madi   at   the :,.-,:   ,.-       mplaining    goes   on, the
ade,  an.l   :���     bought   Ihat ,..������;, ... :  . ������-  v. |] possibly ini  the itn-
,   mtaii. aftei  tie   waj  in ,   . , ��� that thej made a mistake in
-   the  li. t'.  k. K. companj   bad selecting  Mr.  McQuarrle as Mr. Glo-
��� ���������:��� : the city et  .New   Westminster.
'��� C    IA   K.  company hail estab-
- bops here and were spend-
ota ol  money  in ihe city at  the
'     :     time,   as   Wl 11   as giving   em-
v to a large a imbi i ol men.
'  >   ��� i..asportation   companii a
'���' ���;    ; ti .   this city,  they had   done
:        '"i  the advancement   of   Xew
��� '   minster   than   any   other.    The
iwack    line    was    shortly    lo   be
:   and   it  depended  upon   the   offi-
I   the   companj    whi tin i   the
���'.  be  used during tin- con-
: tion   ot   the   line   should   be  put
��� In this city et elsewhen .   Per-   -':t'
ver's successor. Nothing could be
regrettable than ihat such a
thing could happen, and 1 -would sug-
gei - ��� a! a resolution be [rafted from
this meeting, con detuning the action I pany
of the mem! ers of the board of trade
at hist week's meeting."
bj   five  or  six   people at  the. meeting Leafs.    Negotiations  had   beeu  enter-
of   the   board   of   trade.     He   did   not <-"J into with the Strathcona team, bat
see  why  the  R. A. & 1. should suffer i;  l3;'-;1 'een  finally  decided  tha;  they
j-,,,.  it. would   not   come.    They   had   offered
.lohn   Reid   remarked   that   he  did to come here, but declined to agree to
not   remember having   ever  seen   a l'1:'->   *eir first game ou the coast at
public appreciation ol  v.i.a-  the com- 1"he exhibition, and had even offered
pany had done for the exhibition, but T' make arrangements with the Maple
-.v.,s Quickly  Informed  by  .1.  H. Yirl_J L<'af* of Vancouver for a game
that a  vote of thanks  was  passed at 1'layed   there,
each   annuaJ   meeting   for   the  assist-
conference this morning, the request j houses and race tracks of the Oo-
irom British Columbia for aid to ihe   minion.
establishment of a provincial univer-: The hook and publishing committee,
sity is not likely to Le entertained j after a hot discussion, devVled to refer the present. commend the organization of a church
The temperance, prohibition and organ in Winnipeg, which will he de-
moral reform committee, in U; re-1 voted to the interests of the church
commendations to conference, urges in Western Canada. This discussion
Methodists to attend primary meet- was brought about by the Manitoba
ings aud put forth every effort to se- delegates, who. securing the support
cure the return of parliamentary can- of sufficient eastern delegates, man-
didates who favor temperance, pro- aged to get the committee to alter its
hibition and moral reform. The com-, decision of yesterday in favor of im-
ruittee declares against compensation . proving the Guardian and the appoint-
to the liquor trade out of public funds, ment of a western man as assistant
lt also declares that every municipal-  editor.
ity should have power to rid itself oi The superannuation committee de-
the liquor traffic by a simply major- cided to recommend the conference to
ity vote of the electors. decrease   the   superannuation    allow-
It   regrets   the   increased   spirit   of*! ance  for ministers  who  have  served
gambling in Canada, notable instances   under  thirty-five  years,  and   increas
o! which it finds in the prevailing ens-   the allowance for ministers who ha^
torn   Of   ladies   spending   much   time   served over fifty years,
playing   games   of  chance   under   un-       The   itinerancy   committee   decid'
���healthy   excitement,    to    the  loss   of   to recommend that there be no char
monev   and  other   valuables  and   the   ir. the pastoral terms of four yea..
ance given by the B.  C.  K.  R. eoni-
Maycr  Thinks  it  Unfortunate.
Mayor   Rear;,   then   took   the   Boo
nui  his   sentiments
Defends  C.P.R. ar.d   G.N.R.
Mayor   Iveairly    rose    to    his.   feet
again.     "I   was    not    present   at   the
board of trade meeting." he said, "but
were   wholly   in  J    noticed    that    they    also    kicked
A
accordance with those of the previous against the t'.i'.R. and G.N.R. at the
speakers. "II is unfortunate," he same time If these people only knew
said, "that these remarks should have the harm thej were doing, they would
been made at the meeting, and I re-j certainly not talk in that way Al
much.    The company has   'he  present   time the  C.P.R,  is doing
Government  Ownership of
Railways.
Washington. Sept 20. ��� Ex-Senator
James I Jones, twice chairman oi
the   national   Democratic   committee,
i   all  it van   io  help along oar exhlbi-
bi   ���. i n . complaint I    maki    always   dean   iainy   wiui   us,  ani   i ,  .    ,
bi Iii ... i;  will continue I i do so.    At   tion, and  it   has done so every year.
Hating   We have to Buffer because a blot is
put  upon    i ii   recoi .i   by  some  lrre-
ks   sponsi ii- pei soti at .i I oai I ol tradi
���   An   li.   e.   !..   R,   company,
i   say   thai    it   had   always   ''"'  I resenl   time  we are ne
I   the   city   to  thi    besl   Dl   its   tor   valuable   concessions which  i   ���
-   mon   especiallj  in connection   '"" '" mad�� Publ1c ":  this tIme'
,,  -.,,���      ,__.     KearJ   :      all  I    - a-boul   the   valuable meetta* who does not    "  m  _ta1  he
concessions  which  the  company has Is talking anoirt.
T. J.  Trapp   remar e I     v on   thi
-vie in.    -here is a lot complaints which had   been  made so
of  talk   about   the   water  tights at "Hen In  connection with  the G.N.R
Coquitlam  lake.
een      ���   ��� p obta v .a- v ��� le ".'ii
���    ��� vv the companj from time   <���   ������������ '   *���� '-'\''hy'E rT"'  A'.'
���     a I Mr. Buntzen bad always
' ;'~' '���'"���  ,,l",'i':'     '"'~! yea' ,,,���  u the company   depot, and stated that   both the rail
���a  them  In the way I way companies were doing their besl
..; " .nIo_   they  did.   the   Dominion   government  for this city.    He was sorrj thnt  all
would  nave ,;..,���,,���, them over.   The   this  trouble   should   have   arisen  so
city's   privileges   have   been   emply   soon after Mr. McQuarrle had taken
protected  by  the   necessarj    clauses  charge of the local management, nnd
being Inserted  In  the charter,    The  Ihe remarks that had gone abroad from
H   c    F    ]{.   company have always   Lhe board ol trade had made it very
well.   They treated   hard  for   him,    when   such   reports
_^__^________   went round, he was handicapped, and
COtlld  not   belli  the  city   as   much  as
!:.-  WOUld like lo.
p.ei    - p iv three oi I ui thou
in  connection with  tin
v "a exhibition
arks  ot   the   IV vv '-
���' (   ot   11 ale   were   1'iosi    un       -  I
The manager of tlie
Maple Leafs had written to their
manager saying tha'. es a game
played against them before thej
played at the fait- would injure lhe
attendance at the exhibition, they
could not countenance ;"he proposition. This action on the part of tlie
Maple Leaf manager was ve-y favorably commented upon, an.l upon the
motion of .1. >l. Vidal. the secretary
was instructed tow-rite a lettei ti Ihe
manager, thanking him for tiie manner in which ho had acted As a
further mark of appreciation, corn
mentary tici,ets to tb.e fail will n
given to the executive of Uh Ma <
Lea: club.
Against tlie Chinese,
Victoria.  Sepi.    SO     The    '\
ft a les and  Lai or congress reass ai
bled for ��p" ��� tp' da���
(hal   letter carrie! s    e paid n      ess
than   Jm1'.'   annual .
houi s' work  in  post a     i        ...
proved.
The congress ��i al on        rd as
��� i --cd    to   aiding   '.'-���
Greal  Brital*.    it W5_�� ,  . .
uneuiploye i > ami     - i
JONES GIVES ADVICE        BURGLARS ATTEMPT
TO WILLIAM J. BRYAN       TO MURDER MANAGER
Requests Him to Droo the Subject cf   Plunder Canadian Bank cf Ccmrev:
Kir.istino and  Make
The ir Escape.
wise he was  __d_Ul      M.v v.t< I t
.v tine :nS.\ cf the roi I e s
Kinistino. Sask.. Sept 10���There is
,.s  jf   tu.  clae to  the  burglars  who
robbed  the  Canadian Bank of  Commerce here ii_s:  nigh',  and  atte-.-.ipted
ampaigns   ta ^-j^^- -vt(, manage* when he info]  ".-   president} v>t Wns   .    Bryan,   terr-.:; to.4, them.    The managt   - face
as   ���   itten   U    ttf.   Bryan   advisisg   was  -Porched  bj   ;s^t.-   . .:  ither-
t_M     s  .      i V     . t
government   ownership   of   railroads
I   n stjivA :v :.,..    . : an
I - ..TV. : V.
.-.   -.s
v" e ���'. .-    Z ������������::.: ���
>. S
-;.-c*  ^y  Cave-in.
>- .       II es   Is-
-* a r.
- -
������       .       : at. en
-.'
St   P_^    Vcvt Yt-r
Si Abe     >��.-"���(  -T- :
Chief  Asks for  Resolution.
Wats  -i    remarked   thai
p onli  v. ���   n v
he i tieate-
very
Curiosity of Youngsters
Results In An Explosion
i'i ri
n a' ire
���   ' ������ i
Arthur, Out , Sep!. 20��� A pre-
exploslon   of   dynamite   oc-
to-day   al    noon   through    the
oi ihr battery ihen turned his attention away irom the Instrument, The
men were adjusting the tie chains
boy and girl
Comoanies Thanked.
John  Held  (hen proposed ii heart)!
vale  of  thanks  lo Ihe   11    C    K    fl
j company   for   the Rsslstanc? it hud
given ihe I;     \    ,i! I    in the past and
! mis giving ai  the present  time. ;,n.l
upon   Ihc   -aii'.i-.estip'ii   ol   lb"  ''h.v aav
. v  ra.      ' c ' I
s.^fpV-V .-   ,'. . -a     -  ���    _    ������::   ���      I   ;.;��� ...-' .--ai.-    _eO-AB-
on the I      .  the>  '...: :v' rr!W'i "^     ;,;'  '���    a   't^''-  ^i^'''
ibe Industrial Mi         ���
- v..,.. ��� (grants ��
��� v>- I a, ���    . ��� ,-
"     . -i   . ���-- -va-   ,   ��� -��� '-.-..
bei     it           V, I a . .-    ,..���-..,    ;
, .    'a,-, i-
���������;    .���:. . I   'wine
An-    Cl! v \    ai    $1,0,111   ��;a 	
a.- a.    . \.        To the ewcilive w��s
...'.-viTed iiip matter of dual organ:-      Washington,   Sept   20.���This   mes-   C>isen anfl Tie beilongea te :ii,-  sbhoonei
Cruiser Minneapolis
Picks Up Lone Survivor
'"'hisily  of a   boy  and uir'. and   'wo   around  the  k'K* when a
""'�� were badly Injured,   one ef the happen! I along.   Tb.- girl caughl hold
m��n suffered  a  badlj   lacerated and of the handle and raised it up   'ihc.
n   arm.      .\   hole   in   some    rock ' lhe boy shoved It down again BU I I    I
*':i h Is being blast..! mu on Wilson and stone wenl Hying. Two men .nd
"'"' had  been charged  wiih  .'vim- 'two boys we.,   struck  bj   dying ma-
",i!"- While the logs were b.iug term! but not seriously Injured. Ths
- "l over the hole the win    were  youngsters who were responsible for
;,ll:"'1'"d and the mnu who bad charge | the mischief fled.
iho motion \ias enlaired 'o <ao\
ihree transportiitlou   coiiipftrlies  rnn-
nlug Into Now \\ cvliwinstev.   The 1110-
lion   wns   iluti    '.p'l-pMided   and   una-ii
-a-l   |j    a.I.-.,- 1
For and Analnut Fubliclty
The   !!''v     \.   a)   Wit.   b-aiiiedialeiy
��� '.-   among  lhe   plumbers,  find   a   sage,   (luted  to-day,   was  received   at Twilight, whicb  ai.-.'.a/<.i| n:  i   o'clock
.,,     ces_.l��l*__   asking   for   re^instriieii-iTi : the   I'nited   States  navy   department on   fhe   iivvnin-   tii   Se".    .7    -There
Ol   C-ft-tttHtSoB, wis to assume con-1 bj   wireless,   via  St.  Augustine,   .^l-a., we-p seven in thf v-.-w.    We -emHin-
trol of sli organi-Pd lRhor in Britlvh     "im the cruiser Minneapolis on her ed in  the vieinitv  using <n��iirchlle'lits
N'ovih  Amerieft.  was referred  to the ! way to Cuba: until daylight, but saw no sign of thc
p-p.-iiinittee on Irw". j    "The  Minneapolis,  fifty  miles east wreck or any survivors.
 ��� . .of Charleston, at Djidnlght, picked uji (Signed) "FISK.
Root Reaches Panama. a man floating on a plank.   Two men "Commander."
Panama,   Se; t     20. ��� Thja   United   heard   his   voice  at  one   side   tit   11      The Twilight. Capt. Feddensen, was
Uie nudum hud hern disposed of, li ��� Elates cruiser Charleston, having on
nud miBgeated thftl 11 wottld i< a gt d board Sectet.u, of State Root and
il'iii.c. if the reporters decided ro li_a*l  party, arrived here tOrday,
o"clocl;. Stopjied the ship and turned of 357 tons, and her port was W11-
on the searchlights und lowered a ; mington, Del. She sailed from
lifeboat.    The   mnu's  name  wits JasA Charleston, Sept. 11, for Philadelphia.
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-'^If^f'SI.'^I^I'V'tll?^!?? THE   DAILY  NEWS
' FRIDAY, SEPI
Humor aft Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
i
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
It takes a g i..; actress t.i make good
for her press agent
Nothing  1-:   --bes same men's memory like a ten dollar bill.
A modern definition of food seems to
be anything thnt isn't good for you.
r    |  -s \..'. -otte
<o�� JfySk?'"'1'"'
I   -Sl
Strive earnestly to feel kimlly to
ward your neighbor's virtues.
A wnii,an would have unlimited eon-
tempt I'm- any one whi would listen to
all she says.
He is preternatnrally wise who can
always tell where the fun will come in.
Som-.' hired girls -ive the family e irns
on theii- tempers.
People will take your advice if it
costs them a imethlng.
H-n_i:_?pe_.
Never bi en i  ired   if nothing
Where is nty chance Par fame"
Qui ss I am m isi    io hi althy���
stay, it's a 1 - .  ������ '
Other men have their faces
Print- ;  where   ill     in see
'Cans.- they've been cured of ailments.
Nor I Of 'V        a  :; ���       .  v me.
Fell' -.-��� s v : bai:" as worthy
Mai   -������   a. turn the tie -v
Flrvl them in ail the pap rs
'Ca  -    thej   ���   ���-   - : irt an 1 sick,
But tb -    :- :       Ing   :
Round where I lie--:'. :��� -.-.-by?
I am so strong an i husky
Seems that lit never die.
Why can't I hai- tha asthma,
Gout or a lot of ills
That could be cured by treatment,
That wn-pipi succumb to pills?
"Once  1 was sick a-plenty;
Nov.- at disease I laugh"���
That is the van- I'd say it
t"r.J"r my photograph.
Surely there must be somewhere
Round a disease to lit
That would require three bottles
Jvst to -"I ri,l ,if it.
Fame for the other fellow;
Nothing at all for me.
Henith.   you'll  observe,  ain't alwayi
What it's cracked up to b��.
Renewing His Youth.
i
"I
5^y -"   p
. - -~    -,**'-
you luiy the mummy you were
a. at?"
.t was too fresh."
��� n,can the salesman was."
i; tiie mummy."
.t it hail been dead ,'l.o<>'l years."
know, but they had just dug him
Honeymooning Under Difficulties.
We are shown a delightful picture of
the king and queen nf Spain passing
their honeymo 'ii alone mi the bank of
n romantic stream. While no soldiers
are in sight it ls safe tn let that a few
private detectives are beating up the
bushes i'..;- bomb throwers.
It musi be v.. - t i have a n-al iitieeu
for a bride, iui when the anxious lover
has to be I iokiug unt of the window
at regular : nervals t > see that no offl-
cious persna has placed a bomb under
the corner of the house it may detract
some ;.��� i the ph - ��������� .���:' the honeymoon, although Alt' musi be somewhat
used to it by v. - ; me.
_o ��� ..,_- 1 :.- ���--.��� :vd enough on
pap t, '��� ' re Is m ;��� b m ir ��� subdued
and uninterrupted joy In being the
husl .:.: i ��� p sweet girl graduate and
sta: ting bo isekee] ug ��������� ith ber in a
iim .- sl .-������  v .vi  a   full  outfit  of
ln-ia. v - yu ent furniture
,'t Tru^l  I hem.
No moi ��� 9     ������    the sl imp.
For when tl
The ttee goes around
An 1 ��� .     he s   imp    i . d   lown
Tuirnr.g the TaLles.
Everything app ared to have been
satisfactorily arranged. The dignified
young ladj who had just consented to
accept a situation ns a hired girl
thought -in- was going io lm satisfied
with the place. The question of wage."
und day- off had been agreed on. and
there was nothing for her wi do bul
pick up bor baggage ami move in when
all of . su vb'ii something seemed to
strike ber evidently something of lm-
pnrt.i,v ������ thai she had overlooked.
"uh. by te ��� way," -he said thought
fully. "I forgol to ask you if you could
give ii..- rei rencea from the last girl
you employed."
Her Way.
"I can ab.' iys beat my husband In __
argument."
"Indeed! Vou must be u groat log!
clan."
"Nd logic about it.    I just cry."
Sees _ Chance.
"That rah girl makes a hit with ma
all right."
"Why?"
"Because she's a miss."
W. N. Draper
B. C. Lamd
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New W-Stmins:-r, B.C.
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1306 has been
completed, and that the same may be
seen at this office for thirty .i.r. - from
the date hereof; and any person who
shall claim to he added to the said
Voters' List, or any Elector who shall
desire to have any name erased ihere
from, must prefer his or her request
iu writing, signed with his or her
name, ani shall deliver, or cause same
to he delivered, to the City Clerk-
within the time hereinbefore spec::"!-11.
W. A.  DUNCAN'.
City Clerk-
City   Clerk's   Office.   City   Hall,   New
Westminster.  Sept..   1.   1906.
NOTICE.
Notice i? hereby givcu that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting ���������
tueen us the undersigned, as loggevs.
it. 'he District of New Westminster
in ler the firm name of A'.'.en & West,
has this day been iA- A. ��� ��� mul ial
ccuseut.
Persons having any claim against
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full particulars
to our solicitor, J. P. Hampton Bole.
Ivink of Commerce Bail-ding. Nev
Westminster, B   C.
New Westminster, B. C. August
l.'.th, 1306.
GEO. A. ALLEN.
HENRY WEST.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 . I s
after date I intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief Com-
mlssioner of Lands and Works, for
special Licence to cut and carry away
timber from the following described
lands, situated East o: the hea i of
Pitt Lake. N W. District Commencing at a stake plante 1 on the North
East corner of the E. O. Patterson
old claim No. 10?:J. thence Northerly
So chains, thence West 80 chains,
thence South 80 chains, thence East
SO chains to point of commencement
Staked  August  13th, 1906,
JAMES   SHARPE.
New Westminster, B. C.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
I after date I intend to make application to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Loads and Works,
for special license to cut and carry
away timber from the following described lands, situated nor'h east of
Pill lake,  New Westminster. District.
1. Commencing at a stake pi inte i'i;
j the Boundary line or Dominion lands
thence north 100 chains, thence west
I 60 chains, thence south 100 chaius :o
said boundary line, thence east along
said line 00 chains to point of commencement.
2. Commencing at a stake A-mted :
lu chains north of Post No. 1, thence
east .l.'O chains, thence north SO
chains, thence west \<> chains, thence
.-..vli 40 chiins, thence wesl 80
chains to line of location No. 1,
thence south 1" chains :i point of,
��� ��� mn encement
FRASER   RIVER   LUMBER   CO.,
J. It. SHARPE,
Seer ���
Stake i Sep en        6   , 190 I,
Synopsis of Regulations for  Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coa. lands may be par-
chased at Sio per acre for ift i
and $.>o fur anthracite. N >: more
than 320 acre.- can be acquired by ont:
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of ;ooo
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years ami over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location,
A free miner s certificate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
live, upon payment in advance of $7 50
per annum for an individual, and irom
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according  to capital.
A free miner, Raving discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
tlie line of the lode, or vein
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining rei order's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5
At least ?tO0 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 lias been expen led or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey-
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
Si.00    a   ��� 're.
Permissii n may he granted by the
Minister of tlie Interior to locate
claim.- ' v lining iron and mica, also
;'. pper. in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding  160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of A. per cent, of the sales
of the products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the X. VV. T.. excepting tlie Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being too
feet long and extending between high
ind low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims -too feet wide
v. iy be obtained.
Dredging in the Rive:; of Manitoba
and the >.' W. T. excepting tiie Yukon Terril iry���A free miner may obtain only tv. -j leases of five miles eaeh
for a t "rn e.f twenty years, renew-
ble in the discretii-;i ii the Mini 1
the   [nterior.
The less    's right is cot lined t - the
- ibm rged bi ds or ba - if the r -. er
below any low water m rk, and sub-
:' r first ysar and S:o per mile for e 1 li
ml -' quent year. Ri ij lit} - ime as
; A. -er mining.
Placer mi:;:::.: in the Yuk v. Ter-
rit iry���Creek, gulch, river and .
'Aim; s'aall not exceed 250 feet in
length, r..- sur I on the base lir.e ty
genera! direct:1:; of the creek o.
.. il vv the wi ith 1 in .- fr im 1000 ' :
joon feet. AT. other placer claims
shrill be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legai
; sts, one at each ev. 1. bearing r.o-
tices Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
Dne extra day allowe ; for each addi
ti inal ten males or fr   ".' in.
The  person  or company  staking  ;��� ���
claim  must  hold  a   free  miner's  cer-
rvcate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of ;opx> feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-;
put on which no royalty shall V
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate,
if two and one-half per cent, on the 1
value of the govi shipped from the i
ject.to the rights of all persons who :
have, or who may receive entries for :
bar diggings or bench claims, excep' ;
tm the Saskatchewan River, where:
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The  lessee  shall  have   a  dredge  in
operation within one season from the
date of the  lease  for each  five miles
but where  a  person  or  company has ���
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-'
tion thereof is sufficient.     Rental, $10!
per annum  for    each    mile    of river
leased.     Royalty at   the  rate  ot" two
and a half per cent, collected on the;
output after  it exceeds  Sio.000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for 1 term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the.
i-t day of August in the year of the
late of the  lease.
The lessee shail have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
tor each five miles within six years
fr im such, date. Rental Sioo per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
c imptroller.
Xo free miner shall receive a grant
f  v: >re   1 mining  claim  on
. ���':   ���!���', irate   river,  creek  or  gulch,'
but   the   -uv.--   miner   may   hold   any
ber ���:' laims by purchase, and;
free miner; may wjrk their claims
In partnership by filing notice -iui
pe ng fee ot' S2. A claim may be
ibandom at i another obtained on
' lie   same     :< -A  gulch   or   river,   by
- ving rn tve and paying a fee.
W"rk   n  ist   be   done   on   a   claim
year to the value of at least $200.
A   certifii   ���������   ti. it   work   has   been
doned,  anad open   to  occupation
: entry by a free miner.
Perth- on their sleepers are longer,
���    r and wider than in similar car-
in   any   other   line.      They   protect
ir trains by the Bl ick System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
lefined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon  ((ffi :ial   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Land- in Manitoba, the North-1
west Territories and within the Yukon 1
Territory, ar? open to prospecting fori
petroleum,   and   the  minister  may  reserve   for   ai   individual   or  company;
having machinery on  the  land  to be
,:r ispect.ed,  an  area of  1920 acres Tor j
-nch   period   as   he   may   decide,   thej
'tngih of which shall not exceed three!
'imes the breadth.    Should the pros-
nector   discover   oil   in   paying   qnan-
tities, and satisfactorily establish such _
liscovery,  an  area not   exceeding 6401
icres.  including  the  oil  well,  will  be
-old to the  prospector  at the rate of I
?!   an acre, and the remainder of thej
tract   reserved,   namely,    1280   acres,
will be sold at the rati- of S.j an acre, |
subject to royalty at such rate as may
he specified by Order in Council.
VV. VV. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dent. Interior.
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BURNABY CORPORATION.
Sale ot Lands by PuLlic Tender.
The Council having obtained an Indefeasible Title to the undermentioned properties, ;: ��� ite tenders for the purchase of the same.
THE CONDITIONS OF SALE ARE A.S FOLLOWS:
(1). All tenders to be in writing, and addressed to me at Box 34, New Westminster, duly sealed, and endorsed "Tender for Land." Thev must be mailed in sufficient
tin e to reach the post office mentioned on or before 4 o'clock on Friday, the 21st dav of
Sept., L906.
(2). Each tendei' must be accompanied by a marked checque, or cash remittance, of
10;" " t. '-f the total jaircha.se money. Such deposit will be applied towards the first
paj     it of purchase money in the case of accepted tenders, and in cases of non-accepted
ers it will be returned.
3). In all cases where the total purchase money dues not exceed $50, cash within
15 days of acceptance of tender, will be required.
4i. In case.-- where the purchase money exceeds Ei i. one-third cash within 15 days,
me-third within 6 months and one-third within 12 months, in each case reckoning- from
date _ acceptance of tender, with interest at the rate of 6 per centum per annum, will
be allowed upon the ordinary conditions of an Agreement for Sale ; orthe whrle amount
may be paid at once.
(5). Title will not lie given until completion of purchase.
(6). The Council do not bind themselves to accept the highest or any te
B. G. WALKER, C. M. C.
P. 0. Address   Box 24, New Westminster, B. C. Office hours: 9.30 to 2.00.
/TV r- 5i'r-i   v.-?*
____!-��
EARL* CHOPS HELP STB. CITV OF SEATTLE
WINNIPEG BlSiK      IS FAST ON THE HOCKS
Description
of Land.
Approximate Size
Assessed Value
as per Roll oi
1900.
I
!
| District
Subdivisii i
No. nl
1   Measurements or
Acreage
Upset Price.
1 nt
Block.
Lots
i more or less).
1
27
IT
1
I
!.!'." ncres
$05 per acre
$70 per acre
28
1
"A 37
2
i'."ft x 154 ft each
25 per lot
:ii) jier lot
___
_���
(So ith)
11
20
1
60ft x 154 ft each
25 per lot
M0 per let
fl
(Si  i'Ih
<i
21
1
60ft x 154 ft each
25 per lot
iio jier Ic t
(South)
4
.>
1
CI x 132ft
25 per lot
25 jier lot
(South)
4
4 to 0
3
CO x 154 ft each
25  jier lot
25 jier lot
.".i
L
7 & s. Part l
���i
C2 x 140ft each
30 per lot
115 jier lot
fl
29
L
10
1
62 x 140ft
30 per lot
40  jier lot
1
29
I,
2U
1
6i x 140ft
30 per lot
40  jier lot
fl   io
.".|
L
6, 7, 8, Part 2
3
02 x 140ft each
4o jier lot
50 i*r lot
���    n
29
I.
9, 10, 11
3
47 x 122ft each.
40 per lot
50 per lot        a
1
29
A
5
l
Oo  x 145ft
35 per lot
35 per lot
fl
.10
S to 19, &c
98 to 118
10
00 x lit! ft each
25 per lot
25 per lot       ':,
fl    l4
30
3 to 19, &o
194
l
00 x 113ft
35 per lot
2.5 per lot
fl
'JU
3 in Hi, &c
320 to 334
15
rii x   112ft  each
25  per lot
25 (>er lot      ���?
fl
30
20
29
Cl and 02
.
1
2 acres                     .
70   x  132ft
70 per acre
40 per lot
75 jier acre
fl
45 jier lot      r-. .
|
63
4
1  to  14
14
00 x 132ft each
25 per lot
25 jier lot
1
_j z
12
i to is
18
00 x 132ft each
20 per lot
20 jier lot
fl    -'
53
20
l to 18
lb
00 x 122ft each
20 per lot
20 jier lot    ',, .
fl
5u
_1
1 to is
IS
00 x 132ft each
20 per lot
20 jier lot
H
PO
no
i to 18
18
00 x 132ft each
2ii per lot
2o jier lot     >^
__E
53
28
l to M
14
00 x KI2ft each
20 per lot       '
20 jier lot
24
_j*-
ail
4  to 7
4
06  x  105ft each
2"  p.".' lot
20 per lot
25
53
34
1   to 7
7
no x 105ft each
25  per lot
25  per lot
l ;
53
35
I lo 8
li
G6 x 105ft each
25 per U t
25  per lot
91
1
3 tn in
S
66 x L08%ft each
20 per lot
20 jier lot    3E
L' -
i'i
(South)
17
1
CO  x lOS'-At each
20 per lot
20 per lot
-0
'.'1
iSlillllll
20
1
511;.    x   155 ft
20  per lot
25 per lot
'.il
2
1  uml 2
'1
5 1 A>   x  155ft  each
20 per lot
25 per Ict
'.'1
2
..
1
OO, x  108%-t  each
20 per lot
20 jier lot
Hi
���1. 5, 8
a
00 x  l08V4ft  each
20 per lot
20 per lot    "
91
2
7 to 10
4
00 x  los'-ft  each
20 per lot
20 per lot
91
7 and 8
1
i
im x 20-1 ft
25  per lot
25  per lot
��� a      i
!H
7 iind 8
.". -I
o
im x 204ft each
25  per lot
25 per lot
-,,
91
7 nml 8
5, b
o
1(12 x 180ft each
25 per lot
25 jier lot
7
91
7 and s
8   9, 12 to 20
11
102 x 180ft each
25  per lot
25 per lot
HI
i. 2 (Central
.
2 acres
0(i per acre
70 per acre    i
30
H1
:: ami -1
1, 2, a
'i
53% x 121ft each
20 per lot
20 per lot
���i i
HI
:: ami 4
4
1
19 x 105ft
20 per lot
20 per lot
���1,
91
3 and 4
a   ID   L0
0
40 x 165ft each
20 per lot
20 per lot      >
1
ill
6
! and 2
*
68  x   105ft   each
20  per lot
20, jier lot
1
91
Hi
ll, 16
10
2 acres
68   x   105ft   each
50 per acre
20 per lot
50 per acre
I
1                       i
1
20 per lot
1
91
.10
1
58   x   105ft   each
20 per lot
20 jier lot
HI
10
.i
1
58  x   165ft   each
20 per lot
20 per lot
1         -IV
61
01
17, 18
20 tO 2-1
2 acres
5 acres
50 per acre
50 per acre
50 per acre
I
50 per acre
I
91
25
1 nml 2
o
5pS  x  105 ft  each
20 per lot
20 jier lot
I
91
20
2 and ll
2
58 x lC5ft each
20 per lot
20 jier lot
1
98
24
5 acres.
so per acre
80 per acre
1
98
43
!i|.Hio of acre
SO per acre
SO per acre
I
98
102
50
1   acre
01 acres
SO per acre
22 per acre
SO per acre
1         ���''
22  per acre
1
100
W%
of WV4
25.7-1 acres
40 per acre
50 per acre
Tender for a   License tc  Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lands  in   the   Province of  British Columbia.
Sealed 'enders addressed to the
Timber and Mines Branch, Department of the Interioi, and marked on
the envelope. "Tenders for Timber
Berth No. 496," will be received at
lhis Department until noon on Wednes lay, the 10th day of October, 1906,
for a license to cut timber o, Eerth
No. 49C, comprising Leg<0. Sub-division fi of Section 17 ani Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 15 in Township
40, east of the Coast Meridian, con-
talning an area of so acres more or
less.
A survey of this berth must be
made, within one year 'rj'v. the uaie
it  is  granted.
The regulations under \ IA ���_ a
license will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
ol tained at this Department or at the
ofiice cf the Crown Timber Agent at.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
I ���_i: in favor of the Dejiuty of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
'amount of the bonus which the applicant ia prepared to pr.y for a license.
No tender by telegraph wlll be en-
���  ��� taine I.
PERLEY G.  KEYES,
Secretary,
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa, August 25th, 1906.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Take notice that ajiplication has
been made to register E. M. Carncross
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Corjioration of
the Township or District of Surrey to
John Churchland bearing date the 9th
day of June, A. D., 1905, of all and
Clearings   for    the    Week   are    Pact
A,-.ay Above the  Figures
cf Last Year.
Makes   Mistake   in   Fog   Alarm
and Steers Ship  Into
Disaster.
'.. vivi: eg, Man., ri'-y.. 20.���Earl)
crop movement has made the clearing
u;- to a high point much earlier than
tht corresponding movement of last
year. To-day, for instance, the week's
clearings reached the very large total
ov' $10,607,711 as agains; $6,321,454
foi last year, ,i difference of $4,27'.'.,- '
202. Tills is equivalent to a gain of
07 ; er cent., the largest yet attained
lor any week's cleavings this year.
Tii" figures which the clearing house
ive given out to-day indicate that
the clearings for the whole year will
show a very great advance over those
ol tin- previous one.    The increase is
VI toria, Sept, 20.���Because her
pilot mistoo . the new Trial island fog-
alarm, for the one at Brotchie ledge,
the steamer City of Seattle ran on
tiK' rocks on the southeast side of
Trial island between 4 and 5 o'clock
this morning during a dense fog. The
steamer was en route from Seattle to
Skagway an I was heading for Victoria to take on some freight when
the accident happened.
lt was high tile when the steamer
went en. and she was travelling at a
very fair rate of speed, with the result   that   she   siot   well   r.n   on   the
due to a general all round expansion   rocks, and at last reports this after-
business.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���F. Thayer, Vancouver; D.
Gardner, Ottawa; T. J. McGuigan,
Vancouver; E. R. Chandler, Seattle;
R.  R.  Hol'jrook, Los Angeles.
Colonial���Mrs. \V. B. Alien. Blaine;
E. Blown, Vancouver; .1. Simiser. I..
G. Morrison, Toronto; F. A. Quig-
ley, Vancouver; T. Jackson, Wycliffe.
Windsor���J. E. Crake, H. C. Wilkinson, Bellingham; A. Tisdale, Bar-
net; A. L. Brown, Tacoma; W. H.
Brocher, Lacombe; H. Simpson. Vancouver; C. Houran, Matsqui; E. ,1.
Cioss. R. Cummings, J. w. Rudd,
Langley.
Canada's Mineral Production.
Ottawa. Sept. 20.���A summary of
the work done by the geological survey during 1905 shows the mineral
singular that certain jiarcel or tract production of Canada for the year to
o* land and premises situate, lying 1 e $68,574,707, an increase of eight
and being in the District of New and one-half million dollars over 1904,
Westminster, in the Province of Brit- and of two millions over the output
ish Columbia, more particularly known of 1901, which was the best previous
and described as���Lots 6, 7, S, 9, 17   record.   The output for 1905 consisted   appearances went.
noon she was resting amidships and
leaning heavily right beneath her engines. She ran head on, and at 8 .
o'clock this morning her bow was but
about twenty feet from the shore. M
low tide she was high and dry.
As soon  as an examination of the
City   of   Seattle   had   been   made,  it
��;as determined that in order to kee
her as much as possible on an evt
keel   when   the   tide   went   out,   s" >
would   have  to   be   shored   up.    T
small boats   were  put   out   and  '   ���
crew set to work shoring the stear
up on the starboard side, the sir
being   hewn   out    of    timber   w'.
formed part of the vessel's cargo.   ' I
9 o'clock the starboard side from t   )
bow   to a point  a  little  forward   .
amidships  had  been  shored   up, thi
timbers resting on the rock and running up to the guard of the steamer.
When the vessel struck the weather was perfectly calm and the rea
smooth. As long as no sea rises, the
vessel is perfectly safe. Exanrlr.".-
tion showed that she was not very
bodly injured, as far as superficial
However, it is be-
and IS Block 25, Lots 15, 16, 17, IS,   of $37,150,830 worth of metallic and
19 Block 40 being jiarts of South West   $31,123,877  of non-metallic   minerals.
quarter of Section 6, Township 7, also
Lots 1, 2, a, 4, 5, Block 40 being parts
of South West quarter Section 6,
Township 7, New Westminster District.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, nnd in default of a caveat or
certificate of lis pendens being filed
within such period, or iu default of
redemption before registration, 1
fhall register E. M. Carncross, as
owner thereof in fee. I direct that
the publication of this notice for one
month in a daily newspaper published
iu  xew Westminster will he good 33g Hastings Street W., Vancouver
The gold product amounted in value
to $14,486,833, of which the Yukon
furnished $8,327,200,
Special Summer Courses
For Teachers In the
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
The location of the properties may be seen on the maps either at the Municipa
tall or at the residence of the Reeve and Councillors.
and sufficient service hereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offlce,
N'ew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 24th day of August
A   D.. 1906.
C.   S   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To II. Yilandre, Daniel    J.    Munn,
' George F. Risteen and William Thiba-
deau.
All   jiersons   served   with   this  no-
: tice, and  those  claiming through or
I under them, and all persons claiming
any interest in the said land hy virtue
of any  unregistered instrument, and
all  jiersons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
; setting up any claim to or in respect
i of the said land so sold for taxes as
! provided by the "Land Registry Act."
R. J. SROTT,  B..A., Principal.
H. A. SCRIVEN, B. A.. Vice-Prin.
J. R. CUNNINGHAM, Sec,
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINK A.ND hJNUINE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, ttKiUUti and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental
Fences. Gates,
Iron   WorK,   including
Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders nml correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE !_TKi_l_T.
New Westminster. r. O. 474
lie\ed that she will have to discharge
all her cargo and enter the drydock.
Immediately on discovering her position, Rithet & Co., her agents, tele-
jihoned to the British Columbia Salvage Co., and *he Salvor put out at
daybreak with her wrecking plant,
and is now alongside. Help has also
been summoned from Port Townsend.
The agents of the steamer have
wired the Pacific Coast Steamship Co.
at Seattle for instructions respecting
the passengers, and they will likely
be brought to this city until another
vessel can be obtained to take them
to destination,
Trial island is just at the junction
of the Str.itt of Juan de Fuca and the
Gulf of Georgia, opposite Oak Bay,
and two miles from Victoria.
The Bteamer has a big load of
freight, consisting chiefly of cattle
and horses. Her passenger list is
not large. The tug Pilot towed scows
to the steamer, and it is the intention
of her captain to lighter about a hundred and fifty tons of cargo to the
scows in the hope that at high tide
this afternoon, which is about 4
o'clock, she will float.
The tug Pilot came in at noon and
reported that the City of Seattle was
resting easily and is not taking any
water.    Her passengers have not b��en
1 taken off, in the hope that she may
i be floated this afternoon.
At high tide this evening an at-
1 tempt to haul the stranded vessel off
I failed, and nt 10 o'clock the City of
i Seattle was still fast on the rocks.
The Langley milk adulteration
cases will come up for hearing to-day
before Capt. Pittendrigh, S.M.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published  by The Daily News Pub-
,'shing   Company,   Limited,   .it   their
.'dices   corner   of   Sixth   and   From
(Streets, New Westminster, B. C.
Tail, WINDSOR TABLE
SALT. Does not "bite"���is not
bitter. It is pure salt and a!I
salt   Will not cake.
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brcwn f>,  j.   Burde ���"
   been   materially   lightened   (or  have
ADVERTISING RATES. i!"> been abolished altogether?);  the
financial transactions of the  govern-
Transient    display   advertising,    10 ���.���,,,   i,.,,.,    ,,. ._   ,.       . .      ...
cents per line (nonpariel) 12 linos to "'"" luu been la" acts ',; 3ta '"
the Inch. Five cents per line for n"'"- "'" ol babies; the resources .-;
subsequent insertions. the country have been carefullj c in-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 served, no one has even whispered
mnts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 "give-away"; not a breath even of
cents per line. suspicloh of anything like favoritism
Fot time contracts, special posi- or the giving of undue advantage has
tons, apply to advertising manager. ,|JMim,.,| th(, spotless reputation of the
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or
deaths, 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or Ministers;   and   Bnally  there   are   no
f'iund, rooms to let, etc., oue cent, per such  places as  Kaien  Ala:!:!  and   Kit-
word.      No advertisement taken L;r amaat on the map!    These ma;  seem
ifej than 2_ cents. extraordinary    statements,   bul    you
������~~-~^-~^~.-^-~-~.-~-  mug| pjther accept them or be guilty
TELEPHONES. of the treason of doubting the word
Business office   22 "r ""' News-Advertiser, whose editor,
-j,.,    , ,     ��� .,   being himself a  member of the gov-
Editorial   office      17
ernnien!,  must  Burelv  kn iw  what  he
Manager's   residence    277   |S talldng about.
��� Our   funny   friend   next   sets   forth
-i-^i-v'-. !!l"  prosperity   of  the   country   as  :i
AJr.. reason why it Is ridiculous to supi ise
*- - """""   that  the  governmenl   has  an;   Intern
FRIDAY, SEPT. 21. 1906. ��� tion of dissolving the legislature.  The
__^���___________________  times of prosperity are just the times
which  government-   u is:i  to  use  for
ABOUT   DISSOLUTION. fh,.ir  appea]  to )!u,  countr},     A  time
The   Victoria   Tunes,   in   articles   ()f   pP0Bperityi   be  tjl���   cause   .,, the
printed  Tuesday  and yesterday, dis-   prosperity wha1 it mav, is a favorable
tinctly decline, to accept   the  reporl   time for an appeal to the   eople.  This
of the Premier's formal denial of the   ��� qnlte ���.���,���..,, and q;|i.��� w���,. .���. ,,...
rumor  rhat   the governmenl   contem-   st00l,.   .|ni|   ,]s   ,���   this  ,���,.,....,     ,
plated  the dissolution of the leglsla-   prosperlty comes not because of, bul
lure,  and   had practically determined j ln splte of  llle administration of pro-
not to meel the present House again.   vi,K,ial   affairs 1iv   fhr,  McBride   gov.
Oi  course,  the  Times .loos  nol   say   ,,,.���������,���,   .,���,, as people are ... ...    .
thai the legislature will be dissolved; becoming more and more :r.v iv of
it   know,   the   gentlemen   controlling   ,,,.,,,  fact| ��� ,��� eviden, .,,.,., M far as
��><' McBr  government  too well to   the pros .ity argumeni is concerned,
make any rash assertions of that son; the sooner the governmenl takes its
but the emphatic way In which it re- chance the better chance it will have
iterates its former statement that dis- ,., ge| another four years of loafing
solution in the immediate future is and junketing at the expense of the
in  contemplation  is  very  significant,   people.
A  paper of the standing of the Vic-      But, the News-Advertiser use-  this
toria  Times    would    hardly   assume   prosperity argument   in another way.
such   a   position unless it   had   good   [t  tal]<s alons   the "let.   well enough
warrant for so doing. alone" lines of  1903.    The prosperitj
Confirmation of the statement to a   must not be disturbed by the turmoil
certain   extent    is   furnished  by   the   ,,f a general election.   That same tur-
shifty, evasive way in which the Col-   moil is an evil to be avoided as long
onist deals with the matter. as p0slsble.   This is simply silly.   An
Therefore  it.  behooves all patriotic   election must  be held  shortly in any
men  to  be ready to do their duty���   event, and it will disturb business no
the call may come very soon. more now than it  would a little later
 a  on.
GOVERNMENTS AND ELECTIONS.       The News-Advertiser  kept Its  best
People   addicted   to   slang   have   a ���'	
habit    of    saying,   "Now,   don't    gel
funny." when they wish to forestall
an anticipated attempt at  what they
would   call   "jollying."    It   is   a   pity
f'ere   was   not   some  one at  hand  <o
givo 'hat  advice to the  News-Ad ver-
ll   '    before it  printed  the article in
a   ��� ���  >nt  issue in which  it discussed
thc :    nors of an early election. There
rt: -   ���   'emi  more or less  clumsy  at-
at being "funny" in the course
if   tb     article;    but  there   is   not.   a
: l,*i v   und   straightforward   statemenl
���'������ <    no   election   will   he held  until
ir  another session   of  the  legislature.    The News-Advertiser is afraid
���desperately afraid, of course:��� that ,
the Liberals will become careless on'
account of these repeated rumors. We
all know how much the News-Advertiser would be grieved if the government caughl  the opposition napping!
It can dismiss that fear from its mind.
The opposition knows quite  well two
things���that   no  confidence  is  to  be
placed in any statement the government   may make;   in I  that   the   ������ o S
oc preparation as they understan 1 il
canni I i e begun too soon. The governmenl  prepares for an  election  by
speu.iin,; money in mure or less legal
ways and   by   making  promises with
more  or   less   rei 1 lessness;   but   the
preparation   of  the opposition   is   to
Inform   the   pe iple, and   to see   thai
every ai m is In a position to discharge Ins dutj   as a voter,    This is
a  work of some time;  and  ii  is also
:i work :! (feci of which does not
pass away In a day or ti  week.
As for the signs and symptom i of
the  Imminence  of an  election,   hej
are fairly numerous, Thin the governmenl   has been  "figuring" on  the
holding of  an  election   this year  Is
nuile certain; as to the result of thai
figuring   there   must   be   some  doubt
until   the   lapse   of  lime   '.-hull   show
that the Intention has been abandoned, or the dissolution of the legislature   shall   end   all doubt.     As We
have said more than once already, we
say   again:  .the   wise  man   will    be
ready.    The treachery of 1903 is not
forgotten:   and   never again  will faith
be pun In the word of the governmenl
which    perpetrated    that    dastardly
trick.
But   we   are   forgetting   our   funny
friend. He is nuile at n loss to understand   why   it   should   be   thoughl
thai  the  government, contemplates a
dissolution of the legislature.    In the
first  place, says the News-Advertiser,
the administration is proceeding satisfactorily���Ihere are  no  complaints,
even   from  opposition quarters!     No
complaints!     The   members   of   the
governmenl     have    been     attending
closely   to   business;   the   taxes   have
piece ol       an ���      >ic ss"���thai Is tb i
'   rret        .- ise,   v.,      elleve��� lo   ta"e
la-;.     Here   i:   i-.    Commi n    wou
spoil it:
"Perha s thi ;<, ti I ie rl Idle
�� _ich this . -'iv inual h irping on the
Imminence '���. a general election presents, i. ���. ie ..in i in the ���>
'l< u's anxl I.--' :': ��� passage of further sound, wholesome legislation bj
the present administration maj  mal
- overthrow still more difficult than
it has alread)  proved to be.    And we
are ini line I to think thai  such anxl
ety is nol without verj good reason."
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Four : ig steamers the Manchuria,
M mgolla, Thomas and Sheridan-
have recently been stranded in the
Pacific, and the theory is advanced
that changes in the ocean bed and
consequent changes In the sel am!
force of ocean currents, are responsible for these disasters. Thai may
accouni for the fate of the four ships
named; but it does not accouni for
the long list of appalling dlsasters
whlch the past few months have seen.
liritish railways are proverbial!) safe.
For a whole year, nol long ago, 'here
was no serious accident in the United
Kingdom���-but yesterdai we had news
of the second horrible loss of life
there within a few weeks. The Canadian Pacific has maintained a re
tation equal to the British railways;
that fine record was broken only the
i. her daj. Tor every effect ther ��� I
a cause���what is the cause here?
The Governor-General and part) are
al present enjoying a yachting trip
amid the fine coasl scenery of the
Province. So far they hive had fine
we ither, and 11 Is to I e hoped that
thai favorable condition will continue.
As a mere matter of hospitality we
wish our guests to enjoy themselves;
and as a matter of business, we ove
alive to the far* thai the impression
left on their minis to influence the
'one in which they will speak of their
visit to the West, will be much more
rose-colored if the weather continue-
to favor them.
REGISTER! REGISTER!
The time is running ouv Monday
next Is the last day. If your name
is not on the list then, you lose ;. outvote. See to it at once, no not miss
your chance to help the good work of
putting the present provincial gov,
ernment out. and giving this "glorious province" an opportunity to show
what it can do under decent administration.
KfcK   CANDID   OPINION.
PROVINCIA
EXHIBITION
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive.
UNDER THE AUSPICES OF THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.
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
i
I
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 Rac.es,    Lacrosse,    Tug of War, 1
EXECUTI\
rv
Jaok:   "Do yoj believe a man should tell his wife about hin business affairs?"
Beatrice:   "Cear, no.    It would only worry her.    But when he's courting her
it's all right for him p.j i_u o���.,u	
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone !���_���_,
J.  R. Gfliey, 'fnone   i**
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay a*id
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. U. fott^ry 0 o. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
���Phone i-B
Mayor Keary
Aid. Jardine
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.
Thos. Gifford, M.P.P.
Judge Sole
���I. I). Taylor
D. S. Curtis
Jno. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Watson
W. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
Alexander Adams
J. I!. Vidal'
R. J. Rickman
W. E. Vanstone
J. A. Cunningham
Rev. A. E. Vert
Reeve Ladner
W. J. Mathers
R. Jardine
1). R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A. H.B. Macgowan, M,?,P.
A. C. Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
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T. J. TRAPP,
President
W. H. KEARY,
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Marager and Secretary,
New Westminster, B. C. PRIDAY, SEPT. 21,  1906.
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The Cash
THE DAIU*   NEWS
|_ace Curtajns
-- Kind That Look Well, Wash Well and Wear Well
LACE
CURTAINS
Sow,       you'i     - ..v ; to       up ei ... nei I - i
here's -" 11 new a I ed thi      eatest col
li   tlon nf '. ilns we ever hi I
able conditions that we're  abli . ,-alui
cau'l    ���- - '��� I   it    ������ .
��� Vli ! : Is in 1
V' a Ai   - irel     v ani   somi   ���
i -.-  j ou'll   ;. il:/"   w hal  -
��� . yes mi them.   Vou can i       -a
.. ���   wani  ' hem   al   oni e���pa nil we'll hold them
.ai uni 11  vii l.v to use
We  have   N'ottlnghan    S�� curtains In lace, n ������
��� ! applique i goods, in a:: tin
Nottlngha .   Lace   Curtail three
hes wi le, neai s. na'   les Igns ���
Vli        .        !
tterns
. :      a..,.-:.   you   --  -    hem,
are a. soon
....      i   '
/oc pair
Nottingham   Lace  Curtains   In  .������ ree yards and tl  ee and
.if yard - Av-    l^ ������, 50 In   la -  wi ie���
$1.25 and $L00 pair
Nottingham   Lace  Curtain ee and three and   i
ii Is long, S.   . width      some i       atl ractlve designs   n
$2.00 and $1.50 pair
A few  -av  le  pah i of A      ..   ���    Sv       N'e   Curl isi one
lr of each kind, at about one-quarl $5.50 for $4.00    v.i $4.50
$3.50 pair
Uesides the numerous
beautiful lines of Lace
Curtains we have Curtain goods by the yard
���in all \vidths---Mus-
lins, Screens, Nets, Burmese Muslin. Ruffled
Net, Tasselled Madras,
and the many other
beautiful window hangings, at all prices���
121 -2c, 15c, 20t, 25c,
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READY
FOR THE
OPENING
News Briefly Told
take on a
all cai
Cysters, Eastern and 01; npla, serv-
I in an        le al K>-.'iii> 's re itaui ant,
-   I,
i    ���
Fish��r.
35c, 45c and 60c Yard. jpfl'ISaf-l1
T. He   5
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
FNE STOCK OF NEW
SCHOOL
BOOKS
THE RIGHT KIND OP SCRIBBLERS,    j
EXERCISE BOOKS, PADS, PENCILS,    j
RUBBERS,   ETC.
3. i. MACKAY & CO.
BOOMlLi?      STATIONERS       NErYS DEALERS
1   .-    na        ..    Sam soi i into
port yesterda     ifternoon a -   ig
ng expi        ���     iwn river.
'i ..-   Dui came    In    este  lay
Kl .-    ll     ��� .   i;    a "al    Of
���    . .  :   mills.
Thi ie . pulp ai. i   . . -
nesia   ; a - .- . ��� .. - porl   j ��� ���-
terdaj :   .   I  on  Pi * ler (' -���
ai Victo
Oyster Seiscr.. Olympla and
em  '. irrlve   lally al   Ken
mt, and are sold in bulk
is well as       ���- .   i    i       v- ie.
the Hudson's Ba;
r Lake
! ��� ���      .,   ered   ibi     exhl vege
its, U>r exhibition
fx-  shei iff'a   sale   oi  the   British
._nieric.,n 'jerry lul':" ���'' H^1^ Prairie,
- _.    ..        C. C. D inn,   t, bi      was
. ive ;::>.'' A'" . esterday afternoon,  mas       ������   -���"'' adj mme I, and
.    announi e I  to Ea.  ���    lace on Mon-
ne_     unless    vv    negotiati ins
��� are on fool I i oth,erwis - 3ettle
VI .  Dunn's claim  materialise.
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EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor {
is to give these two qualities in every article bought ani sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $1.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak frame  from $7.50 each up
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl Block.
Telephone 73.
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a   .  .- . |a
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���ave
her  wa     I i  Van-
The   Sc . iii e   Ma; hine   ������ ork - will
' ���-! v   ship i large engine ai I a large
qu intitj  .i   sav   mill fittings I    Nanaimo an     -      ilso re  live fr      tha
place :i  " of ma h!
rep ured an i  put in running   a lev.
Norman Burn, of th ��� C.P A ��� i ion
staff,   was   r ��� ea - -1  from   St.  Mary's
hospital   yester i i    after   Ai. lng   re-
ved ti   v      . ���  ' .Aii'-.   I-i ���
ex] !���'���'- ' ��� ��� to i he ins iti in
later   ��� rpose of   in [ergo-
ing an i    'ration.
To-day al 5 o'cl ick there will be an
on mi li - of the W.C.T.U. av
the resl len   ��� ���   F. P. Maxwell,
on ':. - i vv ��������� Fourtl avenue an I
Sei h street. A :' A . I ter Ian \ 'is
ooked for as isiness i mn te 1
with the ex      A- v ai .av-.---.a--T - will
liSI  ';--  ��� i.
antin Nli ii ila i an I a
Kanai las he two Clree - wl - ars
charge I w :''. a - aul! lng om of their
countrj men nan ed Chi i- An iine,
,'. re yesterda released on i I the
exten of ^i-"1 each. They will appear for trial for ipl Pitten-
Igh, S.M.. on Saturday.
^..���.���-���.���.���..���-���.���^..���.���..���..���-���-���.  ,���,
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Pt    wm u ��� ���;������������ . ������ ailvl uww ���^���^
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We have not only the largest |
and best stock of WATCHES ;���;
in the city, but also have the jjj
 "sole  agency  for the HAMIL- |
I TON WATCHES which for accurate time keeping jjj
___--���--
;t;  cannot be beaten
I
W. C. CHAMBERLAIN, Thc Jeweler, Columbia St.
Harry Major, of the _ I In % re: ir 1-
er' -  offii e,   ��111   leave    o la
the Cam is in on a hoi iaui
��� i   K iti v   I   and  and   Porl   Sin    101
��� v. Ill foi     oi     of       a. i Ilea
ntlemen v ho  n ill enjo   a  ten
dong the pli   iresq
. ��� :   i oa i'
Niels  Nielson, ol  S iu!'. Va  i    iver,
terdn        ��� . li'    lon j
water i      tv.issioner's office
es i     v        rom a sma
T        ���
27 a        .7    li    he S - iti Vai    i  .   i
: is to te        I fo
. ��� '     ind  agrlcu'.tu urposes.
The ������ n 1 the
iv A tn and I 11 Iii      u   hi
McKenzie  and    ' ���    n
s be      Bile      - '
lers, - workm       vere
down a grai side
walk fi om I h i Colonial hotol a! m i
McKenzle to I he comei of the build
inn. am! them e eaBi�� ird along I ...
narvon to I v.. edge of the I its,
The ex-torpedo boat, ttia Ro al City,
which bus been laid up tor Improvements tor some time, was towed Into
the ii:y yesterday by the Water Lily,
which in betl ": days was accu3l imeJ
t- carry water aboard for the c >a-
sumptlon ul iii craw, Tbe Royal City
was some year3 ago part of the British llooi at Esquimau, and the Water
Lily's duly was to keep the Bquadron
supplied wiib fresh wuii'iv The Royal
City will be ready for work an-.tin In
n few days.
The Quito, a large steamship trom
Tacoma, arrived  In the city a!   4.30
yesterday afternoon . Tho vessel rode
very   high out of  the  water,  and   the
propeller  was   thrashing about   one-
third out of Iho river.   The vessel is
j one of Ilio largest of its kind to visit
this port, and   was practically  unexpected ui'tii a day or two ago.   The
previous arrangement   was  that  the
Ell arte was to come in for a partial
: cargo, taking the rest rrom Chemain-
1 us.    Tho Quito  has nothing aboard
Mr.   Johnston's   Embarrassment.
... .;   Johnston,  of the court  iiou.->e
- iff,   was   yeaterdaj   presented   with '
j. handsome  Mori - chair by his fei-1
-������������ ,��� p doyes ���;���' the i o irt house.   Mr.
J   .   - on   received   .  mess ige  in the
fi reno m   that   his   .   ssem e   was   re-
'i ill id    immedi itel;     al    the    i ourl
b   ise,  and   with   a   heap  of wonder
ilng ���! iwn on his think tank, he
ia ���      is :-''.:'    fa '��� ' ill and departe I
.-:'���-.    making   his   will,   prepared   to
he   worsl     n 1   face  It   like a
n .;..   N i hai i - ...    ��� mni ms3es were
iv   a . i decided    hal   under
he     re imstan es he would walk.   In
i i  ..     .-- .      ,-ed at the si ene   il
!.. an 1 afte    di iwing   a      ea h
.   lis . ateni   le loes as he
l< :   v. ,va i,  he   in
:   the   solen n      recln ts   ol    he
v  .    :    enl    stent's   len     There  waa
int roselj  sole   -   fi e  ng In the air
.:.:    wierJ    whistlings      iverberated
igh the musty halls,   Soon from
.:.   to   Be - ime a  so in 1  of
lea  lng boots, an I as though some
le < r other v..- e ������ ter Ising a mag-
ne Ic attraction, the feet which ac-
companied the sounds gravitated to-
ivards   he governn igent'3 office,
while .1. J. looked on and wondered.
The assemblage, with .-ileum countenances, circled ar v.i the wonder-
.. while Governmenl Agent C. C.
.'.   ler  clearepl  his  voice  and   In  ap-
iprlate terms congratulated Mr.
Johnston on his ear'...- entry into the
ranks of the benedicts and wlshe 1
him, on behalf of Aie civil servants of
the court house, all the happiness
"bat  married life  could bring,    As a
...'\\ of their regard 'he gift already
mentioned was presented. Mr. .Tofin-
3ton, after wiping his lips and eyes,
made rm ap-propri ite reply, commenting ipon the fortunate fact that the
chair -.wis a large one and admirably
suited to the use of a newly marti - i
an.
It was commented upon afterwards
thai Mr. Johnston, who is usual:; a
stickler for businesslike methods of
loing things, waited until the gathering was dismissed before he took
the i hair.
Mr. Johnston expei ts I i descend to
material   things   .it: I   start   to   work
?ain on Monday.
 o	
W.   J.   Bruehl   Dead.
. lelphia,    Sept.    20. ��� W.    J.
Bruehl,   assistant    manager   of   the
Cnion News  Co., and  well  known in
the railroad an-1 newspaper, circles in
��� ���  ...  died  suddenly  to-day  on  a
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
v Shell Po
ol I.
He was 18 years
DELTA
AGRICULTURAL^ SOCIETY
1 it!  Annual Exhibition will be held at
Show Grounds, LADNER,
Fri.iay & Saturday, Sept. 21-22, '06
Steamer Transfer leaves New Westminster at 11 a. m. Saturday, 22nd,
retun ing ;.t 6:10 p. m.
A. DcR. Taylor.
Found���Key to Sargent lock No, 238,-
7 I.i     Apply Daily  News.
FOR RENT��� Large, well lighted room,
suitable for nn office. Apply to
Chas. O. Major.
Wanted���Experienced nurse for 3
children, Apply llox 192, Revelstoke, B. C
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST AND  FASTEST=
I:EMPRESSES" 1
18.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN > 14.500
H. Power I EMPRESS OF IRELAND (     TONS
Leave Quebec Oct. 5 und Oct. 111.
Passengers booked to and fro ut lowest rate.   For particulars apply
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R.  AGENT.
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
ru
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
PHILLIPS
THE CASH
CLOTHIER
FOR  SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
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Competition Closes Saturday, September 22, 1 906
B
Firsf Prize ^50 in Gold.       Second Prize $25 in Gold
Fifteen Prizes of $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our weekly
and monthly customers will also be given coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of same.
When you get Sl worth of checks present them at our office and get a coupon. The coupons are all numbered in duplicate. One is given to the customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box. The first number
drawn wins the first prize; the second drawn wins the second prize: and so on through the list.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons must present them on or before October 10th, 1906,
otherwise same will be distributed among- the charitable institutions of the citv.
i Reichenbach
I Columbia Street
Co.,   Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BUTCHERS
New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
C. P. R. MAIN" lave:.
Leave N'ew Westmlnstei 7.25 da.A.
Leave New Westminster 17.20 dally.
Arrive NA*"  Westminster  10.30 daily.
Arrive New  "Wes'.r_.rpS".e:  19.10 daily.
C. P. P. MISSION BRANCH.
L.v N. vs. 7.25, Ar. Seattle 15.50.
Lv. Beattle, 12.20; Ar. N W. 20.20.
C. P. R. WESTR. JUNCTION".
Lt.   N.  VS.   7.25,  9.35,   17.20,   19.25.
Ar.   N".  VS.   9.15,  10.30,  19.10,  20.20.
C. P. P. MILLSIDE SPECIAL.
Lv. New Westminster C.30 a. rn.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. iv." : r.-. : ar. Seattle I p.m
Lv. N. v:. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
Lv. Seattle, ..34 p. m��� ar. N. W. 9.35.
p.m.
East Burnaby  1.15   1.50 p.m.
Steveston. etc.... 1.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
East, via C. P. R...4.45 pm. 7.10 p.m.
East, via C P. P.. 10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m
Sap., Mill, Coq'm..4.45 p.m. 7.10 p.m.
Van. & Burnaby..3.30 p.m. 6.00 p.m.
Timberland, Tues.,
Friday  12.00 m.    12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  C-lumoia   Coast  Line
Service.
landing:     etween
and Chilli* I
New   Westminst*
V., v.". & Y.���VANCOUVER
I.v. N". w. 1 p. :/.   and 9:55 p, m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. P.��� PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N, VS. 9:35 am.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. ta.; ar. N". W.
!   15 p :..     :. :  ',;._.
Monda; a only.
li. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
i.v. New  We       nster 5.50. 6.50, i
i. :i... ���������:. : > ������ :.��� half hour there-
after till 11 p, __.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster al
t '.i.t hours,
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver-
Prom N". W. Mon. Wed. Triii. 8 a.m
From  Chwk.   Tu.,  Tb.,  Sat.,  7 a.m
Ramona���
From N". W. Tn., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. VS. daily, ._. Sat. anil Sun..
3 p. m.; Saturday 2 p. m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
TwTTr" Close.    Received.
Seattle, via Sumas. 10 pm.       8.20 p.m.
Sap'n & Millside..10.00 p.m. 10.30 a.m.
Vancouver 10.00 p.m.   9.00 a.m
Cloverdale, Blaine,
Seattle, etc.. .. 8.45 a.m. 8.30p.m
Van. & Cent. Pari:...]0.30 a.m. 2 p.m
Victoria 10.30 a.m. 10.00 a.ni
Spota falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
point: east, -.vest and south to Ross-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect- at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary-
Creek points.
C nnects at Meyers Fails with
Uage r'-iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
,;; okane and Nelson.
Effective
1901.
Leave
9 20 am.
12.25  pm.
9 4C am.
Day Train
..  Spokane
. .Rossland
.. .Nels in .
Jovember    10,
Arrive
"15 P ta
.4 10 p.m.
6.45 p.m
A. JACKSON
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Every Day in the  Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library _nd smoking cars.
Fur  Time  Tables,   Folders,  or   any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
?20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change witnout   notice.,
ALASKA   ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Sej'. loth.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept. lath.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver,
Sept. -'1st.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Sept. 2-rd.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
Oct.  2nd.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver.
Oct. 4th.
Prin. ess May leaves Vancouver,
Oct 12th.
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1 p. m.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westmlnstei al 7 a, m
ol Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
l/eavai Van   mver daily exceii; Hal
urday and Sunday at 1:30 p. m. Sat
' urday al  -   10 p. m,
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,
Tth, 19th an 1 20th of each mouth foi
Ashousit arid  way points;  leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatslno and
way points. Leaves Victoria on  20th
of each inonth for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New   Westminster   on   Mon
I day, Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday
vmi   Friday  at   2    p.m. and   .Saturday
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. tr.., 2nd
and 16th of each montb, Milling at
.-'.- :��� g ite on fir.-: trip and Bella Coola
en s<-ccnd trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
For reservations and information
ra I] cr address
F-D. QOTJLET,
Aeent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROUP,
ijenera) Sui<���r*ntendent,  Victoria
W. fl. GARDINER,
CJen. Agent, Freight Dept..
\e��   V,',.-,; minster.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Cornp_i..y
Two fast transcontinental train
with dining cars and through tourist
and  first-class  sleepers  daily.
Atlantic  Express leaves at  7:25.
ItLp-.-riai Limited, leaves at 17:20.
. _0	
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
at 2 p, m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. tn.; Friday at 6 a. ED. additional
triji  Saturday 5  n.  m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a, m.
Mondays, Wedne-days and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available D< minion Lands within the Hallway Belt in Pritl.-h Columbia, may l.e bomesteaded by any per
ion who Is il." sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one q larter Bectlon of
160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office 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.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) ll the father for mother, if the
father is deceased; of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered f"r the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with thc father  or  mother.
(3) If the settlor 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 Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be jmld
for.
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
ED. GOI'LET,
C. P. R. Agent,
N'ew  Wi- '.:i  i rt. r
er
E. J. COYLE.
Assistant   Geneia!    Passenger   A(.ent.
Vancouver.
j Northern Pacific!
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH (KAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted tram.   Low Pates.
Quick Time, Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-.
peaa joints.
Special    Reduced   Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings .St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Or.'. <\. (',.    A
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
Vancouver, B. C.
1    ���
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv 1 NKW Dailv
Leave  WESTMINSTER  Arrive
'.'.2D am Blaine,  Belling- 3:CO pm
4: C"�� pm ham      Burling- 9:55pm
[ton,   Mt   Ver-I
non,     LA'-- '-tt I
Seattle        and
Poi ���'.in.I.
4:36 pm Spo .;.: e,      St. 3:00 pm
Paul    and    all
points  East
..20 am Anaoortes, 3:00 pm   i
IWoolley,     and| J
[Rockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver 9:20am   J
_ :55 pm 4:35 pm
Lv, New Westminster for
Guicbou 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guichon
6  p.  m.,  Monday,  Wednesday,
Friday.
��� IE a 11, ar. from (luicbou.
���.'viu a. m. i.v. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Bpokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St,
Louis  and  all   points  K.i-t.
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, eta,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Dank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. (!. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St.. Seattle, Wash.
Grand Trunk Ry.
;  Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
i And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAKI
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tallies, etc., address
GEO. VV. VAjX.
i Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
i    Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, Ifl. FR'3-
SEPT. 21,  1906.
TH     DAILY (NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
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B ink   of  <' immerce   .
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lew  Westminster.    Money  to
M
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irs, etc.       Of
a  '.'. >��� -a. ������   .-r. Trapp Blk.,
.'.  and   l>>rne  Btreets
i 21 to 'i\. 145 Gran
.      ,...-.   .1 ��seph Martin, I-.. C, . .
w   v.. ut,  W.  il.  Mi Qu irrie,  II.  A
Dmiia-     Mr. Martin wiJ   be In tbi
���   ter orllces every Friday af
..in
H
)WAY,  PEI"   &   BOWES,   Barrw
- ..   itoi s,   etc,   4^   Loi ��� -
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New
A   Whe P.O   Box
GOE li   M VRT1  I, Bai
.:.,--. 'j .;. h vi   ' ock,
: \i- Kenz'.i      : ��� ' i, N'--
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���T^arr   Depot
Columbia  b:.
... "?-0 'e delivered    promt,'jy to any
parti hhec��y-
Light and tit.3vy Hauling
Offlce 'Phone I So.       Horn 'P_t>..ie !27
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  oi
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
a little nonsense.     MAfilSTRATE WARNS
Srr51!        FMILK ADULTERATORS
. -���     ..
Jail
Promises    to     oe,-_    T-
Withcut   t--e   Opticn
Oi a  Fine.
A-      'A
II   . man   - i ..
���:������-.:. ling ig to his
 Canadian Bank of  Commerce
BOAhD  OF TFIADE��� -���
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
Of  each  1 HEAD   OFFICE.   TORONTO.
-fly    ting    "'i  ;' E. WALK ral Manager \ LE :  '.. _IR1
Wedne daj
Family Trade a Specialty,
tel.  113. Offlce,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Hov, the Lover Worked  H.
Perfect, vn.       ��-��*���*���"���
!
.   ���
���  ���   ���      rang,
an lam        gei . - admitted.
-1- Sir. Blai .. ;        'he asked
- ���    '    liting a "Dowi
ley I .- be wuz, au'
rgent." .     -_..,-. .   r
')/ ���   . mng  v an  s ni   bto the
I all,   .        erj    ....   dispatch   anel
glani ��� '1 over it.    "Wait a m n
boy," he said.   "I may want to send   r"i;':- [ *r"1 '"���'���
an answer."        '    ''^"���>.. the opUoi nan can't
Tin returned  to the parlor .uld; -sft" milk wl . - ��� ��� -.-. ���������. v.;:i
handed tli-Nt��legram to the girl. ��� Jailed.    I ...
"Can you go"fo Alaska immedi- and see if men cannot keep their
ii'.-!;. to accept good position? Thc dairies in conditl , md have sweet
Coast Mercantile company," she-milk supplied. The ibllc baa to he
read. safeg larded   and    i     a tn   x   i  will
"M.irv." sai I the young nam - m       I   :��� igs to mil
p   ��� "shall I go?" I   ���-   children   an 1    invaii Is,    ...     -.-
The boy in the hall waited ;��� .... often lepend on the milk, will
tiently for ten n iti -.  Thi extremi rtri        lealth with.
:.v.   with  <
AA  iv-v.-.r.'
- - : I '   :   .      I then in ai   ��� i
:   :'    .     :   "'1 ���   T     -.
if ever you tell 1 A
���Woman's H nne Com] anion
out came th    yo .:._-
< r sp Bve v���' n   iill.
ke this, aud
��� ��� a ive."
of      Februai
���  and   N in v, ier, a(   -
I meetings      n    the   s
of     Fi
.v. i;    be        ipoBed      nd
: at anj mo quarte
ig.   a. A w ', ������-. Bee,
-ni Manager
SECRET   SOCIETIES
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Is-ui    . ing rates:
	
ling $10 	
:        ������     I       .;.-   ;   '.  ...
excei    .:.    '" :; .   .a ,
. ���   .  ��� V -BLE   _T PAR at ai li       ma .       :'
.   Bun       .       a   excepted), and nei
o : , i -
N -v.-   . ....   .    i fixed     ���'������ a!
THE  CANADIAN   BANK  OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG,
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th Street
New Westminster, B. C.
I hm.- no d great many
men will I      ���  i res of a greal
' an                 a their h in Is.    Th i   -
the  .������ ���    I nd that's the
way [ will di   after
���    -    Thi . ���          topped,
and If rhi- : i dd, Joi
go to jail.'"
S ��� spoke Magia ���-:��� xan le
morning after reg
a ��� tinst   Alex.   Jones, E lurne,  fo '
a.i iin? sodium cai .: - milk,
and Imposing a ftni (1      md costs,
that vou had .1 violent quarrel in tin.     . ,
_y���_x                                       i  with six months in jail a- the alternative.    Continuing, Magistrate   Wil-
H.v_.  Forgotten   It,
Friend���I hear thai you have
bt ken your ngag ment with Mr.
Warmheart S
Miss De Gusl ���1?
Friend-���Why, yes.    I  .tm  ; Id
UNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. 4 A. M.
���Tbe regul ir n eetlng of this
is held on tin' First Wednesday in
��� b month, ni s ui lm k p. in., in
���-.-    Masonic   Temi ���-     Sojourning thod of remitting   small   sums i     mone    with
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
B   retary,
KING  SOLOMON   LODGE,  MO.  17,  A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
s- a I Tuesday In >��� v'i month In
v. air Temple, at 8 i m. Vis I
Ing I r.-thren are ordially Invited
v. attend.   D. W. Qllchrisi Sei
ind at   small ��� ist
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H, Ft  DAVIDSON". Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, ���* TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
I24 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
conservatory half an hour ago and
you told him never to speak to you
again.
Miss De Gush���Oh, we've m de
up since then.���Xew York Weekly.
bev
ROYAL  CITY   PP.ECEPTORY, No.459
H.   B,   KA   of   I.,   ir. s   second   and    CAPITAL   (ALL
'   irth  Prida:   of e u b  monih. at 8
p,   rv...   in   ' li ange   b ill,    ner   ot
R0} '. avenue an I John ^irei1'     �� <
journlng  Sir  Knights   cordlalli     >
vlti :   a atten'..    W. E. Dunl ;
P.;    E,  K.   Matthias.  Reg.
ESTABLISHED ISI,.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
il  up)    $14,000,00(1
RESERVE FUND  $10,000,000
\
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
Mi ets   In   I lr inge   hall   tl 'sl   and
i'iv ! Fridaj In eai b mouth at  y ;
m.    Visiting bre hi en are coi d all
Invito,! to atten I.    E,  EC. Matthias
W. M.; .1. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
Rt. Hon.  Lord Strathcona aa I   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
Ci.,   Honorary President
Hon.   Sir  G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice Presldenl   and   General  Manager.
General banking business transact id.
Branches ia all tbe principal cities in Cauadi, in London, Eng, N'ew
Chicago, ani St. John's Nr*'. I., ani correspondents ia all parts of tbe
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
Training the Boy.
"1 Baw you  punishing your
today.   What was it all about?"
''I caught him in a lie."
"Oh, well, you can't expect a boy
to tell the truth all the time."
"I know, hut when he doesn't tell
the truth I want him to be bright
enough not to be caught at
Catholic Standard and Times.
Our work guaranteed.
I, O   O. F.���AMITY  LODGE, No. 27���
Tl p regular meet ngs of this lodge
..   - | eld ia Od Ifell tv .  ball, Colum
.    ire v  ever;   Monday  evei  i ������
, - , -���!.,, k Vis ' - brethren ��� or
ii: Invite I ��� ��� tten I S. J. Mu;
N  f| :   w. C   Co ih un, !'���'���   -"-
rl I
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMEINT
',   A��STM!> STEP   BFiai   " -i G. D. BRYMINER, Age
nt Ryall's Drug Store
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. .3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in em ll month. Visiting
brethren cordlallj Invited to attend.
Lodge room, V. O. O. W. hall, Od 1-
Fellows' I lock, Clarkson street, ('.
S. Corrig m. rei irder; Louis Witt,
. ter v. orkn an.
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital  $3,000,000.    Reserve $3,437,162 Total  Assets  $3_,373,576.
Branches and correspondents in a ll   the  principal  cities of the world.
FOSE  OF COLUMBIA   LODGE   No.  Cieuev.il banking business transacted.
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND,  B.  S ���
Red Rose Deg  meets Second and ��� account.   Interest ad led ...      tar
Fourth Wednesdav of each month,
In K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p, m���whil    i.       Degree, Fourth      Colle tlons made al lowest rates.
Wednesday    in    ������ n ;   month, same
lime   iii.I  pla e     VI   ting Brethren   open Saturday rights from 3 to 9 o'clock.
cordially    Invited       !���:.   B.  Slim h
coral.    Pre.. li   D sney, Secroi iry.
COURT  BRUNETTE.   No. 40!*?,   I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In l
tm nth al - o'clo :k, in the small
hall, Oddfellow -' block. VI iltli g
bn Ihren are cordis ��� Invite I to al
tend. .1. B. Rushton, ('. it.. I-'. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Highest prices paid for second-band
goods,  junk,   bottles,   rubbers,  brass,
copper, old shoes and all metals; also
��� . .' ithes, etc.   write or call,
S.  BROWN,
Front Stret, Now Westminster.
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.-8_S.
A. o. F.���The n pilar meetings of
this Lodge n e held on Ihe S nd
iv i Fourth Tnesdaj s of each month
ai 8 ". in. In Die '1 Idfellows1 Hi 11.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy Invited to atl 1.   A. C. Firth, C. R.I
K. P. Maxwell, Sei.
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE ROYAL TEMPLAR8 OF TEMPERANCE meel every Wednesday
nt s o'clock p. tn.. In Oddfellows'
Hall, Colum!'.a street Visiting
Brethren are cordially Invited ii v
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. it- Brown
Sec.
viB___��*_l '. .       .  ,L___��aJTm--_i
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
SON- OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLEb
camp, 191.���Meats on the First inui
Third Tuesday oC every month >n
K. of p. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Uec. Sec.
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
DR. B. TSUJI
VETERINARY   SURGEON.
Late of Manchurian Japanese Army
Service,
Office, m Westminster Ave., Vancouver, B.C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
Manufacturers ol
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Residen ��� i Plio.a ��� il��.
Offlce Phone _666,
Office II" rs
y a. in. to 6 p.m.
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
vancol c.
8. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McK AY,   Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer ol
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones Re.
Write for prices.
New  Westminster.  D. C
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWERS, BOQUETS
ANO FLORAL DESIGNS.
| Telephone aisi or address ith Avenue and 1 iltli Street.
- "The Milwaukee"
i    'The   Pion<"��r  Limited"  St. Paul  to
|      Chicago,  "Short   Line"  Omaha  to
I Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
N.) trains in the service on any
, railroad |n the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own nnd operate their own sleeping
and dining curs on alll their trains and
give their patrons an evcellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere,
H. S. ROWE. General Agpnt.
i.U Third St.. em Alder, Portland, Or.
___v
.Mrs. Jenrus ��� How would you
like a nice chop?
Weary Waggs (suspiciously) ���
Culinary or hatchet?
A Theory.
"Why do they make those oriental pipes with bowls as hii; as water
pitchers?" asked the inquisitive
girl.
"Those," answered the wise woman, "are for men who have promised that they will confine their
smoking to one pipe a iter each
meal."���Wash in-non Star.
Not New.
"By the way." said Miss Peeehey,
"that's a lovely waistcoat you have,
Mew, isn't  it ."
"Oh, no," replied Mr. Borroughs.
"Strange 1 never saw il before."
"That's because my brother never
called mi yon."���Philadelphia Press,
Couldn't  De  Worse.
De Style-  M. fl ife t< II> me while
out in her auto you did lots of dam
age.
Chauffeur-��� But, sir. when you
hired mo you said your wife wanted
me to run her an to in lhe worst
way.���l.ippineoti's Magazine.
Hams said: "The main question al issue seems to be whether washing
- in is sodium carbonate, and so
would be a drug in the milk. After
washing The milk cans, I do nor see
how It Is possible for so much soda
to he left iv. the milk. Whatever it
was which was in the milk wa- added
after the tins had been washed or
added for the purpose of preserving
the milk. Washing soda might bave
been added to the milk to preserve
it."��� '*��� or sodium bicarbonate may have
I been added, as both react in the same
way. The evidence is positive that
| if it was washing soda which was in
the milk, it was no- left in the 'ins
in such a sufficient quantity, and
something must have been added to
preserve the milk, and I do not think
anyone would be insane enough to
! add washing soda as a preservative.
I must find that soda bicarbonate was
added to the milk, and the question
: Is as to who added it. I think the
whole intention of Jones was that he
: was going to ship fresh milk. He
1 stated that when he shipped only once
| a day the milk soured, but other deal-
i ers ship but once a day arid their milk
j does not sour. Both Jones and his
three boys have sworn that they did
not add the drug. Apart from the motive of malice the witnesses state that
someone else must have added the
drug. Someone woul.I have to sit and
spend a great deal of time and woul I
also have to be very lucky to be able
to place the drug In the milk on the
very iiays that the samples were
taken to be tested. The only conclusion 1 can come to is that Jones
placed the drug in the milk himself.
Jones' defence was that someone else
placed the drug in his milk, and he
must either have been a victim of
���circumstances or must have put the
drug in liis own milk. It Is a significant fact that this Is the second time
that he has been prosecuted for the
same offence. Ii Is nol reasonable to
say that someone else pul the drug
in the milk, and II w.is on tha* pica
that Jones was acquitted the firs:
time, Jones' milk iftler a time became Bweet ami remained In that condition, As Jones A aot in court he
Is liable to arresl. Il Is ver difficult
tp> prove a case of drugging milk, and
i. future l Intend to I b ver; si Ap'1 ia
all such cases. I will I -������ i fine if
one bund re l loll ura an i costs, ar l
the verj nexl man who i mes before
me aval Is con\ icte l * 111 go to Jail
��Itb vit the option of a r.v -."
Mr, \v J, Bowser, who appeared on
behalf of the Richmond Dairymen's
association, state I thai he would ap
peal in a higher court, and the four
remaining cases were allowed to
stand over iiniv the tesl has been
made.
Good Advice.
Jagsby-
-What
shall 1 take
to re-
niove the
redness
from my
nos
���, doc-
ior.'
Doctor
���Take
not 111 lie;
for
three
months.
Twrt d
vli ars, pi
mse
���De-
troit Tribune.
The   Expert.
"Is Buckingame a good hunter?"
"(lood!" 1 should say he was!
Why, the last trip he was on he
bagged a fjuide that had been out
with oily men ut least a dozen seasons."���Puck.
An   Erroneous  Arrangement.
For him whose ilutlen bring dellnht
The moments never ln��;
For him Whoae taaltn are hateful all
The ilays must slowly drag.
Somehow lt seems to me that this
Arrangement must be wrong.
Life's short for him who like- his work,
For him who hates It���long.
���Judge.
Gets Sore on Parades.
Toronto, Sept 20,���Manager Fleming, of the Toronto Si ree: Railway Co.,
Btated to-daj thai never again woui.i
he allow a parade to Interfere with
the car service. Yesterda) a parade
In which six thousand O.ldfeUows
marched held nn the car .-vrvice
iu the downtown section tor an hour
and l half, trom 4 to 5.80 o'clock! Mr.
Fleming has given orders to roadmaw-
ti vs to push cars along on schedule
ln spile of an\ parade, Heretofore
Twelfth Of Jul) and Other processions
have cul off all access from uptown to
station an.!  wharves.
Harold Crosby, son o* ihe Rev. Mr.
Crosby, of Chilliwack, left yesterday
foi Toronto, where lUS Will enter the
iinivivsli;, nnd pursue his studios.
Last year Mr, Orosh) was In attendance nl Columbian college.
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THE DAILY   NEWS
FRIDAY.   SEPT
REASONS    WHV We Want Your Trade
1. We can give you entire satisfacti. n.
2. We have the most complete stock of Fancy and Staple
Groceries on the coast.
3. We believe in Quality before Quantity.
4. We sel! 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
NOTHING IN STORY
ABOUT 19137 CLOSING
CHEAP   PUEL
COKE
We have plenty of coke for sale now, but it will be
a scarce article in a short while when cooler weather
comes and orders begin to rush in. Take the hint.
Get your orders in at once.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
M. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    1SO.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Later   Infcr-nation About Wreck Shows
More   Lives   Lost  Than
First  Reported.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster. - ��� - B. C
Notice to
the Public
I am now open to buy
all kinds of Second Hand
Goods such as Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Tools,
Bicycles, etc. We also
do all kinds of repairing.
All business promptly
attended to.
ALEX. SPECK
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. NV-w Westminster.
Y'am   Wired   from  Bellingham   is  All
Strange Ne/,s to the Fish
Commissioners.
Yesterdaj  morning the Washingl
���   .��� : :���--  .   v.:;.A-t :.  which iv. 1 been
in   attendance   at   the   internal!   i
. - :��� iv e in Vancouver, retui di '.
borne. The members present were
Messrs. Kerr, Deming, Ainsworth,
Woolard and Reisland. Messrs. Gorman an 1 Wright ��������� i uni
tend. Wednesday night thi American
visitors were' entertained at dinni
the  ii Itish  I' Av - mmlssi a
The News is authorized to state thai
there  is nothing   in   the yarn   wired
:   Bellingham   to  the   Vancouvi
World,   .in.i   repro i'i ed   1(1  i be   .
McBri le paper,   bout a close I seas d
in 1907,    Such an i lea was v I  evi ���
n ooti I   it the conferen ���,
By thi wa , that B lm
. rs to 1 ������ ' ist in thi sitlon -the
News anticipated ? en thi Brsl news
-��� the tn u le was n - Ived. The Indians appear to hav- ��� press-
e , with the Idea that thi :an do as
thi ; lei se, and an gl d ���
fiant.
New and Popular Styles of
London,  Sept.  20.���Twelve persons
are known to be dead and seventeen
injured in the wreck of the Scotch
express on the Great Northern rafl-
waj at Grantham yesterday morning,
, but it was stated last night that there
are other bodies under the wreck,
which bas not yet been cleared away.
The cause ot" the disaster is still a
mystery, aa the engineer an'j fireman
were  SSSS-. I.
"Timber
Limits"
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
estimati I 20.000 to the acre. Easy of
access. Also a Quarr.er Section. Including 6,000 cords Shingle Bolts,
ii'   r  Mdergrove.  Enquire about these.
Friend in Jail.
A cit:_s-n of 'his city was visiting
a- Agassiz recently ami was accosted
bi a stranger who asked him if he
came fro:.. New Westminster. On receiving a reply in the affirmative, the
stranger asked the gentleman if he
would mind delivering a letter at the
:n tei fi ; a friend. The visitor asked
av to which hotel Ave letter was to
be delivered. The stranger sai<] his
friend was iioarding at the Jail hotel.
The New Westminster man stated
that there was no Jail hotel in the
*. . Tb( --.-anger said he had been
'���' riting his frien I and receiving
��� ia-- fi -ii. that address tm- the past
three :,.' nA'is. Thf- visitor i.^-van to
-et a glimmer of light and asked to
see the writ'en address, an! tumbled
when he saw "John . The .JaiA
Ne w  Westminster."
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Central  Park  Fair.
Th��- Centra]   Park   fair opened   last
��� .'vin_ with a  good attendance.   The
i '-iing had  been all completed  earlier in the day, and all was in readiness  wi'h   prize  tag- attached   when
v.,- doors   were   thrown  open   to the
I ��������� lie.   Tin- exhibit of dairy jprodur-is
nd fan  .  work was  very credltal :���
and   thi ��� . Iges   in   many   ras's   had
l< rabli diffli iltj In makingtheir
decisions.   Tin- fair was well patron-
���   oight,    v!   v irly   aii  the
lent!     - the   listrii ���   '.'-re out in
This clt;   an.I Vancouver con-
"    ited  '*.���::   -��� are   ol   - atrons   and
��� -pecte i  thai  to-daj  there wil;
-   largi   numbei oi visitoi - a- the
> x'viaiiion.
WHITE & SHILES
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Girl  Burned tc Death.
Winnipeg,   Man..   Se I    -;i���Gladys
Go Ward, a little girl age 1 ��� ������    -.
v.as burne,! to death hen   this    ftei
��� nc'on through    her   clothes   catching
fire while she was  A.i'- around a
gas stove.
The evenings now  Eire a
little longer, therefore colder,
and a small lire in a well
regulated sti ive;- very acceptable. This the time to select
while the sti ck is new and
complete.    Our well known
ST. LOUIS AIR TIGHT
has given the best of satis-
Faction, ar.d we recommend
it.    Call and see our line.
Anderson & Lusby
AGE CF ENLIGHTENMENT.
Ladies5 and Misses' Coats
At Popular  Prices���
$5.00. $6.00, $7.50, $10.00 to $20.0*
Thi se  prices   rej resi nt exci   ent ,-alues In Ladies
$2.50. S3.C0. $4.75. $6.50 to StO.OO gives a                          M
:.:.-'      ets which an the best q       I      ��� ��� : ��� .
Maki                   sell   Ann.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
viYvo*iyo;w>>>>xi>i.M>io.ii��>:>:>>x��x��>;�� >.���.������..���.���>;��">'����� ��������
I FURNITURE 1
A full line of Furniture of all kinds kept
in stock.   :-:   Prices to suit purchasers.
UNDERTAKING    A    SPECIALTY.
...cau. on...      BODIES STILL UNDLR
T.A.Mmr&Co.       THE SCOTCH EXPRESS
Km Light Food to I ur,- Inuiaila,
Iir. Iialibs advises up t" prefer light
food to drugs during av attai k uf Insomnia and points out that in -nine
cases night food is necessary, in spite
of the fact that tbe body requires no
feeding when in an inactive state. He
thinks that this night find may induce
sleep, particularly in the early days of
training, when a man bas been forced
to give up much uf what has been
hitherto surplus food. He giv.-^ the
preference tu liquid food.    "Always,"
be   writes,   "after   ex slve   fatigue,
where, ns in an overridden horse, ti.t
blood becomes toxi'- (poisonous), lei
your first fooil be bland, light, war::,
liquid food���very weak ti-a. milk and
warm water, thin, weak soup or mere
ly copious drafts of warm water. S-
that the kidneys and skin art fn-ely be
fore taxing tlie stomach to digest. Ana
when you sleep (v.; yr.n will, and i.i.
too soom ask some friend to wake ymi
and feed you every few Lours. Tot
might else sleep into sheer debility."-
T. P.'s Weekly.
A Mn.klnrry Sup��r��tltlo_.
In some of the southern counties of
England queer superstitions are current about eating blackberries after
Michaelmas day. Tlie country people
say that on Michaelmas eve the old
gentleman "plants Lis cloven foor" on
nil the blackberries as yet ungatbered
After this date, Sept _A it is unluckj
to pick nr eat tbe fruit.   Tbe date upoi
whirl:   ''a    '!   vii   puts   his   f .ut    i! ��������� :
against 1 lackberry eating varies In (Afferent districts.    In some it is as lati
at Oct.  ifl. by whieh time one woi
naturally suppose there were no black
berries left to stamp out   But the storj
of  his   prohibition   is   told   in   ma:...
places.    Great  misfortune, sickness <
death will surely follow disobedience I
his orders.   But why his Satanic ma.
esty should concern himself s, particularly   about    blackberries    wbeu    si
many greater matters might be said tc
claim his attention, none of the stories
states,    it may  be that be consider!
blackberries too healthy and wishes ir
limit the consumption.
Sinci  tin      -        sr. of the twec-
tii ��� v  century  en pire b    -  v.   haa
i  nl... .... I    spi    ..   But in fi  ent
vears the strei th oi di tn ��� racj
av . oi tiie new play of wor! I foi -
has   b 1.1.  spr   dii _    :.  pn ;������ i tii :..
The student oi     tei v..:.- i i -
rnu-t   ;��� ..  .      I       -   nol   onl;   < A
fect.,    : ..      ...    -.    A    n-\   . ...  ..
.-.. .- much, I iln causes thai
prod; it in mere. We i
the year witl I e glare, oi rev lutioj
ovct westi rv i.;:;a jn and the I - v
of progress burning -;���;.<... and
brighth .:. thi i,,-:. Tin re wen
muttering, and r iin ings ... ceni ral
Europe. Ii. thai vriti h -' caldron,
th Balkans, by the li; hi ��� :' thi
m ii n men in peasants' dri - -. I ii
�� il.. weapons in I hands, pus-
s .;��� ly talk "f libi rr and indi -
pendence. In the north of Europi
thi ;i va- bi en a bloodless ri
tii n, and a dual kin; has  been
i. t in twain, 'i hi n is a -: irii i :
ui rest. Blind obedienci t< I ie divine rights of k - no I mger exists.��� A. .Maurv-'  Low in Forum.
tn :.. ..;,.,. pi ari '.
y Sun la.. Sept. 23, the congri ���..������
tion of St. Andrew's Pn - iyterlan
church will celebrate the third anniversary of 'he settlement of ihe Rev.
J S (Tendi ison, three years of successful work faithfuly done, In which
thi i ongreg ition rejoices, Mr. Henderson will  preach   special   sermons
morning and evening.    The commi	
is de.An as that every family connected with ih" congregation should attend that day,
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Bank Clearinqs.
Edmonton, Sept. 20.���Clearing returns for tbe wee,; ending to-day were
$737,114.70.
Calgary. Sept. 20.���Clearings for the
week eliding to-day were $979,801,
Breaks Swimming Record.
Liverpool, Si pi 20.- n. . Blllington
to-night broke the world's professional indoor Bwlmmlng record for 300
yards, made by '. Vunll in 1901, by
live seconds, covering the distance in
;i minutes and 3D Beconds,
RE Of SOME FORCE
in the community. A<poor " hand-
to-mouth man " never is. Make un
your mind to buy a home NOW.
Do It Now.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
was most likely a careless and extravagant young man and did not
start RIGHT.
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOME
is the best of all gifts to vour family- 	
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed House anil
Lot on Seventh Street, near Baptist
Church.   .Lot60x182 . . $1750
Very Easy Terms.
IE YOU HAVE A LOT
And Want To Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
Remarkable   Fe_'.
Jo  ���:.;.��� an
_: _ ��� ircus Ln li rl a, nhi re In   a?
ton shed the a idii . .   by   Iii ting a
boy v. il i. :..- eyel ds.   'J he hoi ma I
:. v.-   :..--: 5 possibli and . as
pui into a net to which was si ired
a string that was pro\ idi d on i.. I
end with a little cup j.-: largi
enough to fit over the ej . Thi
fakir pressed the i little i ups ovei
:..- eyes, where thi; held fast, then
tl rew ins head I a .. an I slowly
straightened t*i_ body, thus Lifting
his burden, which lie then carried
about, his arm- being outstretched
all the time, hut finally lowered it
slowly to the ground again. How
is .: possible fi r any man to do
this - Thi only i xplanation is that
tin cups wen fitted into the eyi
s'o ki '- so il ������' tin v held on the
edges of the so ki ts, bul il is not
liki . :..,.! the trii k will be imitated
by even those prestigitators who
consider themselves very expert.
A  Hole   In  the  Roof.
Mr-. Anna D. Ci rm li wis, a hand-
gomi ��alow, l- : hi "win r of rental
prop* rty Lo Roi hesti r, Ind. When
Bhe rented thi property to Perry
Coplen for a term oi year- shi failed to reserve the right of enl ranee
through a hallway to hi r rooms uj��
Mairs for herseli and son. When
Mrs. Cornelewis returned home
1." ::. a visil sin- and her Bon, with-
oti permission of I loplen, began to
pass through the parlors of Cop-
len's rooms to reach the stairway.
Coplen protested ami later served
notice on her not to trespass. Jiv
then padlocki d the door of the stairway.
Widow Cornelewis' -��� n is a iar-
penter, and he gol a ladder to climb
to the attic roof. �� here he opened a
way through which the widow and
her .-on have been making their exit
and entrance,���Cincinnati Enquirer.
nougn  on  Souta.
Edgar Stillman Kelly, the American composer, now Living in Berlin,
was asked by a friend who had noi
seen him for Bome time, "What he
was doing now." "J'm trying a
rather interesting experiment," replied the composer. "What's thai."
inquired liis friend, with interest.
"I'm setting some of Sousa's
marches to music," was Kelly*! reply.
W. E. FALES,
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[���!  716 and 718 Columbia'St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Front Street.   i��'
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, Cockshutt's
and Dick's makes.
T. J. Trapp & Co.
Limited
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! Electric Railway Service!
I
Inter-urpan i_me.
Cars for Vancouver ... I way
stations will run evi ba '.-
hour trom 6:50 a. m, to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:.':" ai d 8:30
a. ni. Half hourly vara will
run from Central Pa:;; to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���_terv.ee tr-rn
6.30 a. in. to ll p. rn.
20 Minute Service���.no transfer.
Between 12 and _ and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service il'irir.c re- *
tnainder ot day. l ransrer at ���
Leopold iv.,'���. ��
Sunday Service halt-hourly be- J
tween  S  a.  m,  aud  10  p. m. ���
���
*
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City and Sapperton.
Sapperton Line���16 Minute Ser- J
vice, except  between  IH and ���
_. and a and   I, during Which ���
.ours    tne    service   win   !>e ��
naif-hourly. ���
Sunday  Service   nair-nourly be- ���
tween 8 a. in. and 11  p. ffi.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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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