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VOLUME 1, NUMBER 17
NEW WESTMINSTER, Ii. C, TUESDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 2.i, 1906.
10 CENTS i'l.l; WEEK
NEGROES AMBUSH
POLICE OFFICER
S
B       , of Atlanta, Ga.,   lake   a   Few  White  Lives,  and
Squad of Militia Pursues the Murderers
Another Mysterious Lynchin
ry
FHFIFl
I IP A FIVE PEOPLE KILLED
AND MANY INJURED
wm
11:
Switch Engine Gets In   the Way   of   a   Passenger   Train
on the Minneapolis and St. Lcuis Railway
and Bad Accident Occurs.
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rami,   nt   Makes   ( on ��� ���
the Rebel Party, and Nev
Elections Will  B(
Held.
to
a
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In   the
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igei    i rain,
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whi < .
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e his
Ul  the
sencers escape     in
...   engers in
v. ere the only o
ito  the
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ll     I     .- Inton,
residence       .   ,   . .    I id Mi ss Gold!    G
IItown, Ii ,'ork in
Is
rague, Minn., 40 mil' Jin
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imarais,
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Fran - -   .  I
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were
when
wont.
���  ..        . ���        ips for
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everywhere t'tat aid  sva    nei
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BE 00    -      Iii       FATAL Sl    '
i  a  D    ippear-
Littl    T
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sting
TWO MEN SUSPtCTED
Or NEW YORK MURDER
'INFERNAL MACHINE
GLTS into the m
ice   at     /ork   Solving Deadly   Package   Addressed  tc   Jacob
Schiff is  Handed to  Phi a-
delphia  Postman.
D .
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-.    .d  Body.
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the execu he Lib-
lion wa    held i     n   t
night.   Granvllli   Hi
n fan e 9       a,  was
- li ���������>��� i  ���    succi ��� 1 him,
ention wil      ���   11   I al   _ji
atl
The   -
��� irn's reslf nation an   nai
lepburn hlma
^nation was the   esul   of sye
-   ler circulate I by hi- op
.in the party, but furthei
he  would  not   discuss  the
iim --,.���
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Steair.er   Abandoned
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be,
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F.-,tal   Fire at  Manitou.
t,   Mi a    Si       . he resl
...    '  h ll .. -   :      -  i
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lng wIth   nati hes in
and e son, aged two
.���    lami  .
Uncle   Sam   and   Bulgaria.
���    in, In'.. Sept. .1     .ctii
���   State    _di ������   to da ���   n
from Mlnlste
In  lhal he  hn I concluded a
elation     ������* ������ nn al   ��Ith
:���  -p. ���' ..���    ..������;���'.   en
.   ,-ei ,1 :'.. tjniti ' Sti ti
The   exports    tn   i  11
les    to   Bulgi rla   consist
���   si wing   macl lm    an I
���    Implements,    The  United
'���
��  .'������ enjoys the bene!!' of the
������������< Bulgarian tariff.
Baseball   Improvement.
The local    asi   all club lias si   -.-��� 1
' ������������ sen li es of a crack batsman from
.   an : Intends to ase him in the
: . mes against Blaine and Bellingham
; - the exhibition   P. Green, the player
ii Btion,  is  credited  with having
Ihe hlghi       attlng average ma le ��� n
the Seal tie dlai ion 1 this se ison, and
al 'hings are expected of him    ���'���
epted      situ tion here, an 1 Is
likelj   to  ' ei-i me  a   i ermanent   resl-
ol   the  city.   The   team is out
. ctlsing    every     aftei noon    at    3
o'clock,  .ml   a   marked   ImproA  menl
is already   noticeable   in  the   v i
There Is no  doubl   In  the   minds
baseball   men   tha.t    the   New
Westminster  players will   administer
a sevi re defi at to the visiting ti ai
wlicu they meet on the dlamon 1 nexl
1 week.
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Ocl   ' '..       lush
.... i ral . .
.    '    le.    v ���
.
'��� Smith, M.P
���   ���   -a  - i take part
In the i recti
of this city will
1 ha ,'e thi       nven     i held   In
astead   of  in   Van
Thei        ' ���     hu    ' ;     '    -     - a   t
���', - hold    I the delegates
may chance to an ive, and und      ]-
��� ������:��� umsl mo -.      \. -,-.-      v. ���  ���  iln '
would ap] ear to       tlie more    ..
lace such a j      erl ig .
lime.
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le en t ered
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Sin's
i
e, while Mis ,Vh      i,
la,    ���    ���
was givi ���     ���
-
tel the
de    wen
,-here th' I      I    : -
A la gi   ���  im'-.er
��� -    thi ion them
an 1  showered      -           lations,
onl     I and old sl        i iin
a  ;'.,-    lushins       ;       -'
��� ! a num er on
the rails, and the train pulled i
tbi     a    ��� (   made   by   tl      ��� -.
...   ......   - . ..   leafening.    Th - i
led coti] '-��� will s; end their h m   -
a   rlsit lng Toronto,  M ml rei"    n '
��� istern 'i'i- s,   re  u ning  I
in about a month.
.:
��� a :,     I
:.. w Via'.     ��� Iclced up on
the   3tv3e: here i           i co       I
boy, who gave I i   ost-
man.    The latter sub-
' going   mart     Lai   r I
ul I     ������     t infi
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a
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lered i
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:������ a a.  -.    .. in I
'������   :        gl ind In
knife was nd
hi bo i..   was
.   md      'o-ni;    '- its wi   i made
a the  th
. ' Mi 'Othei     .  S.
.;      , in whosi hi   trunk ���
ivas found.
Socialists Organize
Soldiers of the Czar
We have purged the poiiee of their
worst elements, We have not risen
againsl the autocracy, but we have
laid the foundation for a universal
arming of the people, We have gone
.-tin further, We have made a beginning by organizing the soldiers, by
whole regiments, to stand by our side.
They will nol declare themselves bj
open m itinles, but ihey belong to is,
We do noi expect to win over the
whole army.    Some �� : Hers will   I e
;       ; : :!,,. emperor, bul we exj I to
  :.y.u.r their morale 1 -'uh I  e:i--:r
"S before the declaration of mar- thai they will easily rom.. ove,.    aii
tuis followed the declaration ol mai
Hi i law al Warsaw."
Mannheim , Germany, Sept. 24.���
'��� " :rr. a delegate of the Social
t*��.i-1y of Russian Poland, In thr
"'" a speech before the national
' ,:il"1   of     German    Socialists,
' '  come from  the land of blood
"       '-'ine, against the people,   Let
,"11 you whal we have done since
eelaration of martial law In Au-
I'm"      mi
��� "���������    ibe country Is organized.
,...? havc freedom of the press never
l(nown, and  bo; s sell our pa-
Youngsters  Ai-.noy   J. api  E.
:     ���   the  rising gi ni i atli n of this
��� .  i-  badly in nee I of a little atten-
���   -i mi   the  part  ol   thi     II ������   police,
and  I he sooner sevei al  i :  them  ��� i I
elves   within   the  reach   oi   I b
arm       I he law the    etti     I      11
foi ���   il citizens,  a      tin   Benl i
..-���-. ssed in a lei . r< eived
... terdaj by Chiel '���'��� Int b, in
which complainl is made ol the an-
oi ��� ertain youngsters who have
evidently been annoying a peaceful
cou] le. li is rather unfortunate
��� he writer of the communication
Bhould have forgi tten to Infoi m the
, blei as i" the locality where the
nightly depredations are going on, but
that Is merely a slight over.sii.lii. The
letter, whieh is evidently written liy
a spelling reform convert, reads as
follows:
I'!ieif  Mcintosh
Sir i am sorry to trouble you bul
we are fairly driven to It, from the
way people are bringing up there
children to anoy us ii is hardly sate
lo open our doors for stone throwing
besides other nuisances it parents
encourage there children in such evil
1 think the lawr Bhould protect ns.
they are tarelng about the cornera
milill nine or ten aclock al night
throwing stones and other miBoheif
we would be very thankful If Bome'
Ihing could be done to give us a little
piece. From _ law abide'ng Citizens
.1   and   K
Lou;se   Launched.
The sti : -i wheel)   . i.    Ise has     - a
safi Ij   launched, and  rldi s ui on  tl
bosom of the Fraser as -vac fui
a duck, near the Small &   lucklli
yards,    There  was  a  little   dlffi
In getting the crafl Inti   tin   wi ei   in
int if iiu- so-': nal un    I thi   boII
In  that  i It Inll!.   Patieni e an 1 ;
i .-. howi ver, wi rl    I the
i Ight    w Ithout   an .     nlshaj
builders   are  new   1 tisj    p itting
chambers  into the  hull,  whi h
anticipate  will lncn ase  the    . ri   Ing
powers of the craft  bj   20 I ins, , n ;
ren ler  it   sate for  ��� ilng  outside  the
river     They are also going to -';'  I
���.   ssel  with  rub beai is     The     dler
and other machinery  an l the ��� iddle
wheel are  still  to  be  ; laced  in   position.   The builders expeel to havi  the
vessel   ready   for    work    in   about   a
week, and aa a prelimlni ry trip pro
pose taking tbe Louise  ip to S_ pmouri
Creek In order thai they may look at
s  tlmbi r In that  vicinity.
Stray Bullet Kills Keyes.
St. Catharine., Out.. Sept. 24.���
Thomas Keyes. son of Jas. R. Keyes.
barrister, is supposed lo have been
shot and killed by a stray bullet, from
the gun of some hunter in the woods
near Sudbury. Keyes was acting as
fire ranger in the Sudbury district',
Gives  Up the  Idea.
Paris, Sept. 24.���The pro;   sed  gen-
- ei ting   ��� :   ri   r.���ntativi -    il
������ - - .'   pojicj   hoi ii rs in   5 men-
. in  li <��� ins irau e      m ..S-   .     hi I
iled    �� take place in Paris I i-i        its .
has   been   abandoned,  s.a iter
ipon   liis    arrival   '
N'ew Yor]   finding that  such a meeting is impracticable.
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Seats fcr  Scottish  Concert.
Mi   ets   foi   reserve I   -���   ts   at   the
Threatens  to  be  Su'icus.
Fe:::: i,    B.C.,    Sept.    24.���A    bitter
iggle   ;.i - Imminent  in the coi
strike at th ��� Coal Creek colllerlt
". here v 0 men are out. Four lr
.Ired coke - ��� ���.
this  ma     mean a    erioi
ndusti   -   le] endenl    th reo
the " ou ile Is protracted.
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Stiletto Fixed  Him.
Pittsburg, Sept. 24.���Frank  Lo ���
a Sicilian and a political leader of his
race,   was   found    dead    of   stiletto
wounds  to-day.    A  piece  of  a shirt
w ai--  was     lul ��� hi d   in   hi i   finger
The pel: .   found the res: of the
waisi   in i   learned   that   a   dru_ -
fight   had   occurred.    They   arresti I
four persons on suspicion,
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New Paper for Toronto.
Toronto. Sept. 24.���The Toronto
Daily Standard Publishing Co., Limited, has been incorporated with a
capita! of half a million dollars, to
carry on a general newspaper and
printing business. Is is staled that
.lohn B. McLean Is behind the project.
 o���-���	
ittish   loncerts   have   been  issued, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I   ���  .....   now  ':<���   purchaser*   for   25c Costly Fire at Carri.
:' rcl j  &   Vdams or any mem- Carp. Ont., Sept. 24.���Between forty
oi   the committee.    The  S ot Ish and    fifty   thousand    dollars damage
. erl this year promises I i surpas was done  by  s-- here early to-dar/.
thing      ''are   attempted    ln   this The I             e oul  in Brown's hotel.
Ity,     ad   lite management   are very In   addition   to  'he  hotel  itself,   the
nfld nt   oi   succi   -.     .niong  other branch  of the  Bank  of Ottawa  and
artists                           part will be the seven residences  wen- destroyed.
fellow ins;:    Miss    Jeannle    Fletcher,  �� ���
mezzo soprano, of Glasgow, Scotland; Senator   Levitt   Injured.
Miss   May   Meldrum, violinist, of Ed-1    Halifax.    N'S.,   Sept.    21.���At  Yar-
inburgh, Scotland;  and J. G. Brown, mouth to-day Senator l.ovitt fell from
baritone, of Vict irla.    Tne Aberdeen- a tree In front of hla resilience to the
:   -   ���'...:���"���    and   the   Vancouver sidewalk, about   fifteen feet, and had
pipers' band have . -    been engaged, two ribs broken and his buck injured,
nnd will duly mak'3 their appearance His  physicians say  his  injuries are
on Oct. 3,                                                 ' not fatal.
Gompers and Mitchell
Are Friendly as Ever
:''  ""' streets,    n   was a  rare
' a private perBon to have
"��"dfl' tbi isanda are armed.
C Iborne, urn . Sept. 24.���Flre here
bis; ulgjb/ did dam.me to property to
"a  extent of $18 000,
Both   Legs Cut   Off.
Fernie, B.C., Sept, 84.���A Winnipeg
street  railway conductor named Waters fell between trolley ears here to
nlghl and hnd both legs cut off,
New York, Sept. 24.���John Mitchell,
presldenl of the United Mine Workers of America, and Samuel Gompers,
president Of the American Federation
ol Labor, had a conference here to
play after a meeting of one of the sub-
divisions of the civic federation. Mr.
Gompers afterwards said to a reporter: "So far as published statements
of a breach between Mr. Mitchell and
myself are concerned, 1 can say there
is no truth in them. He anH 1 havo
worked in harmony all the time so
far as the past is concerned, and I
trust the future has no change for
our pleasant relations." Mr. Mitchell,
who was present, said; "There is not
the slightest basis for such reports."
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TUESDAY, C^r-T. j;
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LOVE AND
LAUNDRY
shouted ns h<> caught tip his hat and
st
iuuu -ii   un ue   caugm   up   ins   u.ii    ' 11    ,- .    . f,
I'Z'zZtTiLfZSZt Special Summer Courses
By   JCZtSHl   LAKE*
Copyrig    . : -v.. by 1
Eaatmenl    5-
"if you keep en having deaths in the
family at this rate, you will bill them
all off before the end o( a year and
have t.i marry into another family to
get more ivlatives to kill," warn"!
Freeman as he regarded the woman
whi- was supposed to keep bis apart
meats in order.
Tb,- ebony face opened wide In a guf
faw. I'yntliia regarded Freeman as a
rare joker.
'"Deed," she protested, "l didn't lose
no I'aip.bly. It was my bes' lady. Iier
li'le gal done got married yesterday."
"Wall, don't Ict it happen again," ho
warned. "Give the rooms a good cleaning today."
Cynthia wriggled firsl on one toot,
then on the othe:-. "I doan' eau do no
Clean In' today." she protested. "Dis
my young lady day. I Jos' eome for
your wash. She tole me I could wash
yours there."
"If you mean you are going to do
my laundry on s,mio one else's gas
range, be careful that you get nil my
thin;.-.- back."
i';. i.'liia. with mauy vi luble protest i
tions, escorted him t.i the door and re
turned to the apartment t i gather up
the soil -1 clothes, anil Freeman went
iiow hi.a.\ a i.i work,
Things all went wrong lb it d iy, nu I
when he came home in the evening lv
went in tl: ��� top li aw >r, v here fri
photograph ami a baiidken bief be wtis
wont to draw comfort. Tl',' itlrl in th"
photograph .vuiiepl up a: bim. but ;!: ���
handkerchief was gone, aad. though he
turued out the contents of every draw
er. he em:; 1 uot find it.
Willi an odd sense of foreboding he
sal down to think ii over. Freeman
was of an unusually sensitive tempera
ment. and tlie kiss af tbe handkerchief
Beemed to bim t.i be an .un.'ll.
Bessie bad worn it when he had gam'
to say L'i.!1';,- before he had started
for the city, and ������he had given it to hlm
to wrap tlie photograph in when la'
slipped it into his pocket It bad been
his talisman, ani the faint perfume
that he knew sa well cleared liis brain
of worries.
Now it was gone, just as Bessie had
gone. There wis something uncanny
in its disappearance, and it seemed ti
hlm to presage evil.
She had i!ii>pi>eil utterly from sight.
She had written him that she. too, was
coming to town, and that was the last
pre s.
Ten minutes later 1��.- was ringing the
i e.i of a ;'.:;: bouse bl If a mile aw ay
nnd with trembling feel was climbing
thi' Stairs.    It might, "I' course, nil be ;.
mistake, yei it would be odd if ber
Same was Hadley and it was not hi ���
Bessla.
Then a door opened in the hall above,
and her face peered over the banisters.    Willi a choking cry she tottered
toward the stairs jus- ae be sprang to   �����,. .��     .        c.      , ...    ,,
the to;,, and an instant later she was! 3j6 Hastings Street YI.. Vancouver
sobbing in his arms.
For a moment he held her there. :,>���. j
.happy to speak.    Then tlie closing ot* a I      H. A.  SCRIVEN,  B. A.. Vice-Prin.
door  on  the  tloor  above  ar.niseit   him,
nnd be quietly drew  ber into the par j             J- R- CUNNINGHAM, Sec
lor. !	
"1   have  found  vou  at   last!"   he  ex- .
��*��. is'"'"' ""*'"' ' ���""' Westminster Iron Works
Gently she slipped fr.uu his arms and
moved  away,    "1  sent   and  told you)
where 1  was." she reproached.    "You   GENERAL MACHlNt. AMU r..v, ::���;'���.
never came to me." WORK.
"I ilni go," he protested. "I was out
of t iwn.    When I came home they told '       SHIP SMITHING, BKltHiJ. and
For Teachers  in  the
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Institute
Limited.
R.  J.   SROTT,   B..A..   Principal.
nn" thai you had gone out one evening
nnd had not returned. I searched the
town for you, but eould find no trace,
and I even went bacis to the old home
to see if you had become discouraged
an.l had returned there."
"1 met with an accident." she ex
plained. "I was struck by an auto
mobile, and my head was hurt eon
cussl in of the brain, they said it was
1 was insensible far two weeks. Then
I senl to your address, but you !: i
moved, ami ni one seemed to kuov
where you were."
"I   had   lili..d  up  a   flat   fir  two."   Ilex, i.i;:;'I.     "When   I   I i<I   you   I   could
*���'.*::* CTURAL lit":
MURK.
Ornami ntal   Iron   \i one,   \ur. i Ilng
Fern es, Ga es   Flre i.-. ipes, etc
Mail orders and correspondence lo
.ilea.
JOHN REID,
BEGBUS B ' tU_J_.'.
Nen   Wi -'-itus-.e���-. f. U,  t."i
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
not b*atJo\lve Ih Itwd be constantly   OF THE  CANADIAN   PACIFIC PY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
reminded of all I bad planned.
"T!:e:i how did you tiiiil mc n
she asked.
"Through your handkerchief," hi
plained.
"EMPRESS.
18.000 J EMPRESS OF  BRITAIN) 14,600
With   my" ""she   sa'ai ", "s   '        H. Piwer t EMPRESS OF IRELAND j      TON.
"There must  be some other explana  i
tlon   of your  suddenly   a wake:.e.l   de        :'";Ve  Quebei   ''    ���        and   " '
P issengei -     loked I    an I fro al
esi  rate.    1" a   pai ti     ars   ipp j
sire to see mc.    Did you mit have my
address all the time?"
"Fi   you   remember   that   Cynthia
brought some one's washing to do be:
at your bouse today?"  be demanded
fguoring ber qnestiou.
Besste nodded.
"Well, through some foolishness sh
got the handkerchief you gave me tb
day  1 went away mixed up with  .
wash.    When she came to pick  it o il
they were all alike,  and she i i in :ln
the whole In over t> me to see if
could pick out mine." *
Bessie's face cleared. "Do you
know." she said, "that for a m mieul
I thought that since you knew- wher ���
I lived you must have known all tbf
time?"
"If I bad," be -suiiy.1. "there would
bave been a double laundry for Cyu
thla long aa;:),"
"And t .���> think th it a little thing lik '
that   should  bring   us   t igether!"   -
cried.    "Cynthia always -poke of y ri !
as her 'young gemmau.' '
"And you were her 'young ladv.' "
he answered. "Don't you think it Is
about time 'here was a change of ownership'.."
"If you stil! want me. Charlie," sp.
said.
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.  AGENT.
VV. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership, heretofore subsisting between us the undersigned, as loggers,
ir. the District of New Westminster
under the firm name of Allen & West,
has this da; ieen lissolved by mutual
consent.
Persons having any claim against
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full partlcubi-s
��� i our solicitor, J. P. Hampton Bole.
If  1   want you!"  he eeb 1  as be   Hank  of  Commerce    Building.    New
Westminster, B   C.
N-'-v Westminster, B. C, August
15th, 1906.
GEO. A. ALLEN,
HENRY WEST
caught her to him, nnd Cynthia, en
lng bark,  beamed on  them  with  ti:
air of one who  has   workca  a   grea
good.
NOTICE.
"sut i" si: kxpkct rr." i ts   ;���..;. . ott
. ESQ i;aft.Y.
he bad l.o.i -. I     That ba i ; oen a ;
ago, nn 1 he ha i  scan lied lu vain fai
any ti     ��� of th who bad proi ilsed
to become ..
He wa ��� ���'   . -   .���   :.;
a ���' :' S. :������ ..     il   Iln   ���    ' ::��� ������ boll  :     i.e!
bli     At tl ���    ior -��� '   p    yntl   t, pan   ..:
���   lr elitnl     ta ...
cai   u      nursing a huge bask
ere I i
"Get tin be asked,
goo ! lei .    " iV   it d  I tlie
;..-���   in?"
spoet It,'      as the i
fortinc       .     - ��� .  .       : mile ber i  .;
i ������:  :���;;.������ I . Iro.mi to | i    tl     things
away     "1 done : ile hei  that .1 I       I
1'" k i j        . too"
��� Y u   letter had," h I as '������'
settle : i  in self with bis ]
"1 got to go back there," she said  ���
she pame lumbering t ..- ard him,
des   - funny."
"What's f mnj ?" he a *ked,
"I ii me ; -'k a handkerchief outeu
your top drawer."
"Thai k <* id!" be bren he : softly.
"An' l don't kn iw which it is," sh,
went on ns she ban led out a pile nt
filmy lacy things.
"V mr   y rang   lady   use   the    si n
kind"   he   asked   as   he   held   out   bis
hn iiii.
i 'ynthia n vi i >d.
Ereeinau give a gasp There was
not!.ing by which be could tell the i ne
he hnd lest Thev were all alike, if
turned t ' Cynthia.
"What's your young lady's name."
he asked.
"Mis'   Hadley,"  was  the  slamineilug
response    "I'm sorry 1 done goi  'eu
mixed."
"I'm not!" he shouted,   "Where doe-
Miss M.nlloy live?"
"I  was  :, goin'   to des  sli;,  ',>ni   In   ib
drawer," sb ��� protested,   "n,)-in' you gi
to tnklu' 'em round."
"Hang     tbe     handkerchiefs!"     tn-
(r��ilnc fn I.linehpon.
How a iiiini goes Glances at lbe
clock, drops his pea. jumps from his
chair, grabs his bat, bolts for the d i ir
says briefly, "ibiin: to lunch," and Is
gone.   Time, one half miuute.
How a woman goes: Glances at the -Vvi"" !~ ;>"-''- SlveD "���>'' "" da>'s
clock Wipes b"i- peu carefully and after date I intend to make applies
places it in the pen tray. Arraupes pa tion to the Hon irable the Chief Compere neatly on ber desk. Goes to the missioner : Lands and Works, for
mirror Removes four or five combs, . .. - ,i i-,.���.. e to cut and carry awa
as mauy plus \ y ������ - S- unties . , toiiowiag descri ied
bow  from hei   hair    Combs  up I   i -.   ,.   ... ., ....   ......   ,,.-    ...  head ���f
pompa lour puffs out t ides, ��� .   ,      ..,,,.-
.-���.-, Pitt Lake, N   W, District; i.omuieiic-
up  the   -. old ...'  locks,   rcplai
Pii.s nnd combs,  ttf.n   stirveys   res ill i��3   it a sta        lanted    n the North
with iin'! mirror    \v   ' ���- ber hanil-i Easl   corner   o   the   E.   0   Patterson
an.l cleans her nail      Dabs tbe pow dd claim  No   1093, ihence Northerly
ler nig i ver her       ��� to n "that , so chains, thi     e  Wesl    80    chains,
shiny look.'     Ap] : . i whisk broo     lo . (i .    , South* 80 ch iin     the    e  Easl
���J""*   ''���-      '   '���'���' "'���������'������     ��� so ���    Ins to    tint of commencement
"'���'"   " ��� ���������'���"������            "      Its ha       nl- ,   . ,..,.     ,,.,.,.
ror aga        l'ui    .- "...  bund       Sta  "'   VuS118'   ' �������   ' ">" ���
., . ���  .,,..  ... JAMES   SHARPE
jry  -T-   v  .  a.    -   ���     ; of nei N'"'v Westminster, B   I
I'- . ��� ,- . :   ��� .  I ,. ���  :. .
sol.   Gives one i    n> look In the mlrr
and .: i ���-      '.  ���       d 'pen I   on the wo NOTICE.
.	
���'"'-   '' ' ���' ���' '���'���   "'-'��� - I ' I: ii .       ,     ,        , ��� ,i    ,   un   i���    .
an hour    Nev   Vorl   l--- Nollce la !,";'�� '   RlVeD Lhal   l�� da>8
a: er date i   Inten l  to mike appllca-
oiu Etna  coal Record.. ''":i   '��   the   Honorable     the    Chief
There Is a rei >rd   dated s;._>   of th Commissioner  of Lands   and   Works.
receipt   of  twelve  cartloads  of   fossil foi   special   license to cut  and carry
coal ut tho abbey of Peterborough, and away  timber  from  the   following de-
this was assuredly n it tho firsl case of .,..;,��� ,  t��� ,b   altuate i   north east of
production and delivery Pltt lake, New Westminster, Distrlot.
lh-' '.   'ds ol  the bishopric oi   Dur |
l. Commencing at a stake planted on
the Boundary line of Dominion lands
thence north 100 chains, thence west
r," chains, thence south 100 chains to
ham contain records of grants of land
to colliers as far bnck as 1160 In va
rlous parts of the county,   In tbe year
12311 a charter was grant >.l by Henry
III.  to the freemen of  Newcnstlo-on
Tyne to dig coal In the fields belong .^<S] boundary line, thence east along
Ing to the castle, and II was lit or about  snld line 60 chains to point of com-
tills ye.-.r thai  coal  ". is lirst  sent  i 11 mencement.
L.ndon.   Very early in tho fourteenth
century evidence abounds of a   large      ".   Commencing at a stake planted
consumption of coal by smiths, brewer*   pi chains north of Post  No, 1. thence
and  others.    Already   the smoke  mil   eag|   ,.,0  cnalns,  thence    north    80
Banco appeared, ami a commission of ^ wegt iQ chaInJJ thence
Edward I. levied  lines to iireveut  it.     ., , .   , .,
Another   charter,   or   license,    was  80Uth   ,0   chaln8'  thc,lct,     we8t    80
grained to the fre,-men of Newcastle  chains   to  line   of   location     No.    1,
iii   Edward   Ill's  time   to  work  coal   thence  south   .0 chains to  point,    of
within the town wails, ami in ibe yea:  commencement
'".i',T coal began to be worked at Win
lit ni,    iii.   the    neighborhood    when
George Stephenson  was to evolve the
locomotive -too years later, while him I Secretary.
Boif ; worker nt tbe coal pits. Staked September 6tb, 1906,
FR .SER   RIVER   Ll MBER   ro..
.]. it. SHARPS,
Annual
Xmas
Drawin
ivi
Reichenbach  Com'v
Limited
PRIZE C0NT
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M.
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Oui'
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get 81 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second p ze; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numl; red in duplicate.
IMPORT ANT-All holders oi prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 11)07,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
i
CHENBACH
Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers    columbi- stom
NEW WESTMIMSrtK TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
= USfz
RISING  SUN   PLOUR
I THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed bv
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
LTD.
F.  G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West. V
ancouver.
Canadian
Pacific
Railway Company
Two fast transcontinental trains
��� . ning care an 1 through tourist
.:. asa   sleepers daily.
���  i'x; re.---  leaves  at   7:26.
Limited,   eaves at  17:20
Special Excursion to Buffalo
Oct. 5th and 6th
$84.50
Good to Return to Nov. 15th
ED. OOULET,
C. P. II. Agent,
New Westminster
cr
E. J. COYLE,
AtE.stsnt   General    Passenger   Af,ent.
l-'v couver.
i Northern Pacific!
���. i
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates,
Quid. '!   . ���, Excelli nt Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL Pi INTS EAST
Steamsl ir Tic! et - - n sale to til Euro-
pi an points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
i*. E. LANG, Central Agent,
430 Bastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. 1). CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore AG.    A
Ity   same   as
sul   ��� .;:��� ::t   ;. ear.     i: j
I ; . - : mining.
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hili
claim- shall not exceed 250 feet in
lei ."'. measured en the base '.:t:e v
general d re": n of the creek 0:
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. Ail ether placer claims
-1   li be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by twe iegai
posts,  one  at  each   end,  bearing no-
Tender for a  License to Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lands  in   the  Province of  British  Columbia.
Sealed   tenders addressed    to    the
Timber  and  Mines  Branch,    Department of the Interior, and marked ,n
Entry must be obtained within  the envelope.     "Tenders [or   Timber
ten   days  it   the   claim   is   -.'.ithin  ten   Berth   No.   496,"   will  i.e   received  ut
- -E - . :^S^7^i^B^_^^W
-���is   r-E-. ~f^-���'Ed^m5^E^Mm
: ii - 1 : the mining recor.tr'- office.
One extra day illi wed for each additional ten miles cr traction.
The person or company staging ���<
������ must li1' id a free miner's certificate.
The   discover'-r   cf  a   new   mine  is
this Department until noon on Wednesday, the 10th day of October, 1906,
for a license to cut timber o,.- Certh
Xo. 4'i0, comprising Le'.;".'. Sub-division !i of Section 17 an 1 Legal Subdivision 12 of Section 15 in Township
THE  CONVICT'S DAUGHTER.
entitled   to   a   claim   of   iooo   feet  in   40,  east of  the Coast  Meridian,  con-
it the party consists of taining an area of 80 acres, mere or
tw . 1500 feet altogether, en the output on which no royalty shall bi
charged the rest of thc party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.    Royalty at the rat?
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight    rains Every Day :n the Yesr
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
T   i*  TRAIN  OF  FAME
' NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.j
lie* the newest   and best ideas;
: * "   '  RT,    CONVENIENCE '
RY.     It   is  lighted   with
���      trii ity   and   gas;   the   in- si
illuminated   train   in   the
. he   equipment   consists   1 il
pfivati        ��� -partment   cars.   Stan lai I
��� ��� 1 -rs,  luxurious  dining
c��r reclining  chair cats  (seats free),
' '" ��� ��� c  aches   and   buffet,   li-
bratv and smoking ci   -
ror 'i m��   Tables,  Folders, or  any
"   uf rmation call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT.
~.o Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Great Northern Ry. I
Time Table   j
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
NEW
save  WE8TMIN8TER]
Dally
arrive
���['am Blaine] Helling-;;:
' 1 a bam      Hurling- li
1:11
pill
111
ton,   Mt.   Ver-I
non,     Everett 1
Seattle        aud'
Portland.
'������'.'��� pm Spokane,       St 3
Paul    and    all
points East
nd
pn
-" .'iin Aniieortt'.,           3
Woolley,     and!
iRockport
ue
1 m
���''" pn Vancouver       |9
i 11                              4
.0
.,r.
a in
iu
I<v,    New    Westminster   for
hi :, 3:50 p. in. Ar. Guli 1" D
11  i ���  n .,  Monday,  Wednesda .
'"���''j a. in   ..r.  frnm Ouichon,
'" a. ui. i.v. for Vancouvi t.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2~Dally Overland Trains���2
Spokane, 8t, Paul, itinneapolis,
" ' nil  ��������� Duluth. Chicago, St.
'''"���'; and nil puints East
"or    complete    Information
rates,   i,..,!,   reservation,  eta,
���    ��n or nddress,
>'   C. MEYERS, Agent,
Dank of Commerce Building.
Ni v.- Westminster, B, 0
s'  ,;   VERKES, A. fl. P, A.,
01 Der Seeond Avenue and Co-
'umbia Bt, Beattle, Wash.
Synapsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwert Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre fcr soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than .U'O acre.- can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
! pounds shall be collected on the gr --
,-���[ -.it.
QUARTZ���Persons 01 eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining loca-
tii n
A free miners certincate is granted]
for one or more years, r, ; exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of .7 5��
per annum for an individaal, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company.
' according  to capital.
A   frce   miner,   having   discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim |
1500x1500   feet   by   marking  out   the
same  with   two legal  posts,  bearing
10 ..: on notici -. one at each end of
the Ime of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within |
fifteen day- if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
yy:.. nal d y allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction, Tbe
fee for rec tiling .1 claim is $5
At least "fioo must he expi 1 ded on
the claim each year or paid to the
. 1 ng rt corder in livu thereof. When
$500 has been expended 1 r pa ���'. the
��� . may, upon having a survey
mad��� .,-,1 upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land st
$1 00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locatt
claim- ci ntaifling n n ami mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, oi an
area not exce< ding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment oi a
ro, ". of _'/_ per cent, of the sales
,������ the products of the location.
pj ��,CER MINING Manitoba and
(he N VV. T.. excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims gen-
... ,|]y are  100 feet square, entry u-
11 renewable yearly. On the Nortl
Saskatchewan River claims are tithe,
b.0bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
.,,���,  |0W   .vat.r mark.      Ihe latter in
eludes bar diggings, biU extends back
;    h, base of the hill or bank, not
- .ding   'ooo   feet,     Where   steam
Jower il  used  claims  2.-0 feet  wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers < f Manitoba
,,r,l the N. W. T��� excepting the Yu
k Territory A free miner may ob
"8in only two leases of five miles each
or a term of twenty years, renew
able in the discretion of the Mmuter
0{ the Interior.
-II,,, lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub
for first year and $10 per mile for each I
.ess.
A   survey   of   this   herb   must   be
made within one year 'r/:: the daie
it is granted.
>f two and one-half per cent, on the Ttle regulations under vhih _
value of the gold shipped from the license will be issued, also printed
iect to the rights cf all persons who forms of tender and envelope, may be
have, or who may receive entries for obtained at this Department or at the
bar diggings ot bench claims, except office of the Crown Timber Agent at.
en   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where ;X(,W  Westminster, B.  c.
the   lessee  can   dredge  to  high-water      ..    ,   ,     , .  . .   ,
, ,     ,.       .,      .    e ,   , , Lath tender  must be  accompanied
mark on each alternative leasehold.    ,, , *
The lessee shall have a dredge in b-v an ����ePted cheque on a chartered
Operation within one season from the banh '" favor of ,he Deputy of the
date of the lea-e for each five miles Minister of the Interior, for the
but where a person or company ha- amount of the bonus which the appli-
btained more than one lease one cunt is prepared to pay for a license.
dredge for each fifteen miles or frac- xo tender by telegraph will be en-
tion thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
��� isi Royalty  at  the   rate   of two
and  a  half per  cent, collected  on  the
output after :t t^^wSt? $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each mav be
'' ' ;..::;������ I,
PKRLEY  G.
KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of Uie Interior,
Ottawa, August 25th, 1906.
granted to a free miner for s term of; LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
_o years; also renewable.  ' Take   notice   that   application     has
The lessee's right is confined to the beet, made to register E. M. Carncross
-ubmerged  bar  or  bars   in   the  river
,is the owner in Fee Simple, under a
below    low    water    mark, that boun- _ .
.   ,    r     , ,     ..     ���.:.-��� ,u.  iax !.tiie Deed from the Corporation of
narv to be hxed bv its position on the '
ist'day of August in the year of the: th�� Township or District of Surrey to
date of the lease. John Churchland hearing date the f'th
The   lessee   shall  have   one   dredge  day of June, A,  D,  1905, of all  and
in   operation   within  two   years   from! singular  that  certain  parcel  or  tract
the date of the lease, and one dredge 0f  ]anJ  am]   premises  situate,  hlng
for   each  five  miles  within   six  years! ���IJ(|   bejng  jn   ,he   Distrlct    o{    Nt?w
from such date.   ^Rental $100 per mile
The startling revelation found between the leaves ot" an old family
Bible, giscloslng to an escaped convict and tramp the identity of his
daughter as a most beautiful and accomplished young lady, who ba-- been
adopted and reared by a southern colonel of distinction and fortune, surprises the convict so much that his
better feelings overcome him. and
there he resolves that, for his daughter's sake, he will become a. better
man in future and an honor to his
child. The secre' of her birth is revealed, however, by Col. Gould himself when the hand of his supposed
daughter is proposed for and accepted by a young southern gentleman.
His rival, however, hears the story
also, and in order to win her himself ,he tries to take advantage of the
Rame. The girl's own father makes
his appearance at this unlucky moment and the rival lover remembers
him as nn escaped convict and threat-
ens to send him hack to prison unless be aids hlra to win tre girl's
ham!. A brief outline of the plot
having been furnished, the author
furnishes  the rest.    He has provided
a story full of startling surprises and
dramatic climaxes, a clever company of players, each one selected
for his or her personal characterization, a wealth of beautiful scenery
and effects, including the marvellous
approaching freight train and firing
escaj.e of the convict "Weary Willie,"
make this a powerful drama.
Plays for  Exhibition Week.
During exhibition week, on Oct. 2,
3. T> and 6. Irving Beers will present
the following productions at the opera
house: All the Comforts of Home;
The Littlest Girl; Bamboozled; My
Turn Next, and Withered Leaves.
These productions will he 'stage! under the direction of Frank Oliver, the
well-known English actor, who will br
supported by a strong company.
Opera  House Dates.
Sept.  28���The Convict's Daughter,
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
-Beers'  Dramatic  Co.
1���Bei
Dramatic  Co,
4���Hi  Hen:..   Minstrels.
5���Beers'  Dramatic  Co.
Oct.   6���Bears'  Dramatic  Co.
Oct. 15���Parsifal.
Oct. 25���As Told in the Hills.
Oct 28���A Royal Slave.
Oct. 01���A College Widow.
REACHES HONG KONG        TOWN OF WELLINGTON
WITH TIME TO SPARE SUFFERS FROM FiRE
Yukon   Territory   to   be   paid   to   the
comptroller.
No free miner shal! receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each  separate  river,  creek  or  gulch,
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described as���Lots 6, 7. 8, 9, IT
and is Block 25, Lots 15, 16, 17, IS.
39 Block -10 being parts Of South Wes:
Empress of  China  Dei'vers the Ove--   Blai
reus Ma i a: Far Eastern
Destmat.cn.
e c' Myster cs Origin G;.es F.re-
"���en   and   Ct.iens   a
K��_r_   F g   t.
but   the   same   miner   may   hold   any quarter of Section 6, Township 7. also
number   of   claims   by   purchase,   and Lots 1. 2, 3,  I, 5. Block -tO being parts
free miners may  work  the-ir  claims ,.;' South West  quarter    Section    6,
in   partnership   by   ning   n<>t:ce   and Township   7.   New   Westminster   Dis
paying iee of $2.    A claim may be (|.j(.t
' .... d  and  anothi r  obtained  on
the   same  .reek,  gulcl,  or   river,  In      v,m ���""l e��ch (,f >',;: :' <' :!
giving ��������� tice and paying a fee. to contest the claim of the tax pur-
VVork  must  be   done  on  a   claim chaser within forty-five days from the
each year to the value of at least $200. date of the first  publication of this
A   certificate-   that   work   has   been notice,  and  In default  of n cine.:  or
abandoned, anad open to occupation certificate of lis pendens being    led
and entry by a free miner, within such period, or in default oi
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
redemption    before
Bhall   register  B,   M
owner (hereof in Rathe publication ol thli
registration,    1
Carncross,  as
1 ,*;:<���.: that
:.pTT r   foi   OH.
month in 11 daily now spap.i published
in    New    W'lMui'.n-. lev   w Ul    . 0    ...
.iu,l  suthVtent  service ho-.w:
Dated at the i.an.i _r*sji��trj  Ofta
\p'w   Westminster,  Province >*���  SSrft-
1811 Cl
\    1> .
190.
highcr and wider than in similar ears
in any other line. They protect
their train- by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having ?. survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Do
minion Lands in Manitoba, the North
west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, nre open to prospecting lot
petroleum, and the minister may "
-' r.ve for nn individual or ciiip.mv
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an .nen of ioao acres fei
-mil peril.d ns he in.iy decide, the
length of which shall not exceed llii re
limes the breadth, Should the proi
pector discover oil In paying quan-
tities, .-iiid satisfactorily establish such
discovery, nn nrrn nol exceeding 640 ����** ^m- STlfl ftl1 P^'Non* elaiming
acres, iuckiding ihr oil well, will be any interest in ihe mifl lana by virtue
Mild io the prospector at the rate ttljnl any nttrWgWrere. instrument, and
$1 an acre, nnd (he rcmalnd.. <>f tbc.s", perse*. <*aiming any interest in
tract   reserved,   namely,   t��8.   acre*. ',v M^ 1flTll1 by descent, whose title
.:    thli   .'i.l:     \   >��� ���*.
C    g   KK1TH.
'.'   tl -'1 Registrar,
ft. <���   Daniel    I.    Mntin,
(,e,"Ke )' K'.v.een and William Thiba-
dttatt,
All   poising   peive.-l   wiih   t__Ri   tio
live,  and  these ols.mi'Tig  throng* or
fo ������������   V
will bc sold nl lh�� nitc of f.t ��n -.,-ic,
subject I" inv.iliv nt l_e.h rate as m��v
lie   spi p il.al   bv   I 'I tier  ill  I'linil' 'I
W W  i.'iMIV.
Deputy Of thr  Miu'.,t,t   of  the   In
lerii 1
Pinl   liitrllpir.
is v.ot registered tinder tbe provisions
���-1 the "Land Registry Act," shall be
lot-ever estopped antl debarred from
setting up any claim to or In respect
of the eatd land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
M al, Si        .-       be  C   P    R
ess of ( .      ��� ....
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ours sj
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Ovi   --,.   .   -., . u   vp-hieh   hi-i'ivedat
\>;7i.-. .,-.a s>iM.r. on ___��, li 11.m. Tues-
;-day, Sfipt. 4. and were ihen taken by
1 Jk- _h_*pre*s 61 China, whose arrival
fit hei destination nearly tour and n
b-tiif hours ahe;ip| of time has been
etiiiled here. The distance cohered Is
nearlj'  . Irteen thousand miles.
Stensland  in   New York.        ��
New York, Sept. 21.���Paul O. Stensland, ol Chicago, hank emln���/..-'���
arrived from Tangier, Ntorocco, to-day
Prins  Adelhi-i-t.  waa
O'    i'k    Ji'-nigh:
froi i   quarantine   1 nd   loched  up al
police headquui: I������ .-. Ill 1 ���
'������  '  iii-a.:;.,    li   ..      ' aw.
Nans s< . 1  .1     \ :. -   ....
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as N       s A ri   ....->.       * a s
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as Mo* -..   it the
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by
.      ���-������ .- g       '; I , . 1      srhich
.*no,-1    bj    thi
- ; - |I8,00.       b
. ry.
S?a 1        lock
���< ���   -a , tai   name   Brown
i was also ���-.   ���     . -,  i   , was
j burned tO|tbe
of the  cont.n >d,    li is
believed   the    ���    n tires   in    hi-
district aro of an Incen Origin.
Yesterday noon ihe flni cottage 01
Mr. Frank Andre, two miles BOUth of
Wellington, was also totally destroyed by flre. In this case the flre original ed from some clothing which was
drying near the kitchen stove. The
building, together with most of the
conteit's. was burned. Loss $2,500.
 0	
There Is a scarcity of cement in
���liy. The Clansman was expected
In yesterday from Todd inlet with a
cargo of cement, but has been tied up
ou account of the rough woather in
the gulf.
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THE'DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY,
THE DAILY NEWS
Pul lished l The Daily News Pub-
.'shi'ng Con any, Limited, at their
iffices corner of Sixth and Front
rt'reets. New  Westminster,  it. C
MANAGING DIRECTORS.
J.   C.   Brown    R.   J.   Eurde
ADVERTISING  RATES.
Transient display advertising, 1.
conts per iir.e (nonpariel) 12 lira's to
tbe inch. Five cents per line for
suhse'. u nt Insertions.
Reading notices, hold face type, 20
-er. s pei -. brevier or nonp iriel, 10
cents per line.
Foi time cor'rac's. special positions, applj to advertising i    n iger.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for a.i -.- lost or
fouiipi. rooms to let. etc.. oue cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
les., than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Business office      ~
Editorial   office        17
Manager's   resdence    277
Having trouble with the salt ?
Gets damp and hardens ? Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.   It never cakes.
:. :.'������: u :.��� an;
. ; m.    It  cites
...       I ':.-..  : ���
in suspensi
sion of i cen
-*.
md   ivoundi .       ng
tail ch:       imi .   . tyl en
the   ".ists   dip]   ,
tained no   fi im    .    - en .-��� a ���
.':-:'.    mt   :: ���:.    .-.       Int
away.
A good   I a     if Interest  is  show ���
ir     t. . ��� ; '     :.
.-���..- '..:...
lowi      i reai     isi
ness morrow.    The matte:  Is
greatest  impoi i   . i
���    ��� :. I it is t    T' bo] ������ i
: .       in   w ill   lea I to a
������:���'���:       in
... - ...
TUESDAY.  SEPT. 25,  1906.
THE   INTERCC-CN  AL.
Th    St.  John  Sun   .
is  not   at  all   .....    I in fai
the  Liberal   govi i:.:..-:. -   testi-
nion;           he gri red
a-. :... nt of the Inti .     .  Iway.
Its   account   ol rement   is
tl US S .:..: .     izi   . ....      11 -   :   "It
ompares th    - .    lus
' v ens s of   $31,00
with  th     - - -'
sami    ,   :.      of 19       .-; -
'for thi      st '��� ..   -    1906, the
earnings wi      $3'        .,- han for
\ ig i.t,  ���>;. ���     n spite    if  la -
outlays 5. the i y ���
she -v - a        - -       ling
The  secrel this g
Sui     .:. i-   in   'the   a
:. -- ..-     ' ,       ad  1
s   ' ition o f i
a   iine,
fruitful ��� '    ' -  ..-. s deeper
..;-. I deeper ever;     ��� ....
a trans!
ng railroad, simp!
iy the   sensibli ition      f thi
. .        .     ���
el       ?bt  success
to such        : -    . R. an
' i     :. .   .'    .:;
 ti	
Pul li.      I ini   :.   .:.   5   a -.    ..,-   - i
���    li vi ded i ue s
sanity of the
M. ,
- .... .......
.   , and  - :;
asi .��� ..... .    ; .    -..
seems   no     I   .
��� .-    ..::    ��� ... :.--    , ::
:.:  t is tl ina
.. ������     '    -.   :
protracted
ii ii. I:.- L.-     . las a good
to g-' fn e, after a
...- :t  in an asylum     Dn this sidi
iks cold
��� .   i I make the very ex-
.   - -  - ... e the ex-
eus " - amission      \ . I
N'o   !���--  than   .  :.-���  s     ��� 'a-   -    : -..-
��� . en from Ne ���'��� I ���.. llan I .:.: X iva
S i.i. were wre .. .':'.
wes                     Belli    .- ������    .   ui
w - -   -   a- i     ;-" ii   inatel)   the   crews
��� - iped with their lues: but the fact
thai nini vessel -. .;. :.:.-��� I I he
- . .   .i  .,:.:   :. i   .     sailoi s of our  At-
iast, pant'- ' ��� gi lei as I u
;.-  storm, sh   rs �� hai a s     :.-
.   .- :...       -     isii   -s is th
-     0 asi   ���
-
itable   fisheries   wai
. an I no effort s
lown
��� )ni    ��� _ ��� .- ��� \
-  In  thi -  ci Vi-
will                          li ��us : -   and   the
��� .           n will do a g
ise   1 ��� '   ;   '   ��� ���   ;.: i   i I
tl - -         'i..-   i rhat   the
��� :.-    .-   X, w  V  - sti      ���'.: 11  d
i  ���     en ������; ;,:;  an 1   to
th    i i-i'    -   t es with mt   - . -
ing,
PROVINCIAL
EXHIBITIO
i .:,-  ,   ���   :.-.. _        -       ������ -    ��� ��� ;.
 :.:.. :.   i    :.    ... . -         S
en : evei   s::. _ ���       N ���
was is nei   then     3 to
; a\:.       ...    ad  " mill -    .   six.
         recip'.tous  =
ng 2.000 fi
..   I     .'.. deci :."   har-
land was seldom vis
-   .:..- ss  the;   ..... 1 to go
isiness    i    for     efit ing
Since the Su
sland has beei      ss ..:. I     ss vis
ad i       theg      son is <    leave, and
the s tit 1       lot  in  thi     icean
��:.l   ...i .-���        livi   on   : -   ������...���
sou    - -    ��� :
Whole Town Has fie Habit.
"If physi ians ar ��� right when the
advo, ate pli aty of fresh air in n in
ter and su   mi r as a preventive and
cure *  r       er  ilos -. ,;.'-:i the   e
pie ������:' Ei mston, I    . �� in'l have I
worry much ab ml  I   e ." -it whit
plague,"  said John   il.   11 mal i   oi
that  thr    ng l        . ��� suburb,
is at the P .' ��� ise. "N   .
ly the     ' ��� , it to -   ���
ing oul '���    ���      tents.   Th
is an o] - I enl irly evei
yarel, contaii ing : I  . ���
air fad  is ... : . .      ist."���M
keei News.
Fi-icd  the  Weather  Man.
Tl   ��� -' ��� .��� rule ���    '. i Cosmos cl ib
in V,. -. ..:
ber of the club is l      I for I    . '
shop.     I ther night il
as thouc     the 1      -   *     rould
be     :::
-  -   iri e, b
Pi V..   .-    '.     ���   .        . :'   oi
e to tl
re-    e     Just as as lea     . I   ���
a ��   mp of frie   I
at I
���   ; :."     ile
fin  I.
".' ��� - :
lied
..
scienci     Is
n . [theories
������������:.������-   isi
early i
i      . .    iti    to      se" ��� in
Is, that
.:, ng n
-     - v: - us
- '
now . ��� .
ng boys shou
On .     iowi tern scienqi
loes n ies not
sleep is���h iw it     imes
.  wha,!  it     - -     Tl   -
cret   -     :       has not dis
Its ign irai
Gold: - th's Cha r.
Olivi r    Gold        .'-      I iir���I .
desk  ��� ha r  hi h rit ng
'The  Deserted ^    ..." an ! "Ti.
Traveller"���I is just sold in
London.   11 about $1 ���"
t to I  s fr en .
nd Bott. :��������������� i    k pos
sessi -.---.    7;.
descent   . - ._':. various
hands   is   !*".*"" id rmments
proving its id _ct -   ��� ::.v it.
Tia Gr
more.     . .
of Par
for the Ven ���-    ��� .1
PELION   PilED  ON  0SSA.
si ��� 1. - ..      is aa
ini      _
,\
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-
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. .-   -   :.-
.-'  .
��� -
���
���    - ittlesi :. .   .
:,   ,p
aches, was   pract
for si eleven mon
was    .        N  ���..
-   -      fled that t -
;.-  " ...'  "'   . .-    a thi   seas
. e ol
X to spli
S
devoid  of  "to]      ... an I
hare.     "tier   tii.        SI     tte_k    I        ;~ <-
'e( te ���;      12-ini 1; arm -    an 11      gres
guns,   12-ini h,   th: iwing  shol     f  860
poun i;-   are go arrang ���' that  .1 nun
thi ::.   . ..'i fired    sti light
.  -.. .       straigh   ..-������ rn.    *';.    naval
ides the     ������ ���'      tion
.'��� ., d .-.. er oi  -.-'      -.- ps
CUrenee:     "And  why  do you think  I ��m a poor judge of human natur.?"
Beatrice:    "Because you have such a good opn.on of yourself."
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t    W. R. Gilley. 'Hnone i__.
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GILLEY BROS.
Lie.uers in
The Toronto Globe thinks It is
tin: the governmei t up t he  .
nations        . ���   .   -
The argument   Is  tha
con\> .us ��� less    .
qi  ,-s    . 11     m        ...
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Coal. Lime. Brick. Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents H. C. lottery Co. sewer pipe. etc.
Local agents Vancouver Ho rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot   1
. _ Grec 'i '
.  the
ir
. ��� ,   \ ��� ���-.
de Milo .-.: . ' - l.ne
are owni I and      rked by an English company.���St. Lou:? Republic.
October 2nd to October 6th, Inclusive,
UNDER THE  AUSPICES  OF THE ROYAL  AGRICULTURAL
AND INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY
QUEEN'S   PARK
NEW WESTMINSTER,
Right Honorable Earl Grey, G. C. M. G.. Governor General
of Canada, will open the exhibition, 2:30 P. M.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2, '06
$50,000
In  Prizes  and  Attractions
Enlarged Grounds, New, Handsome and Spacious
Buildings.
Championship Events in Lacrosse, Horse Racing, Scottish
Sports, Baseball and Military Exercises.
Indian Sports,    Canoe Races,    Lacrosse,    Tug of War.
J. R. Gilley, 'Phone 1-4-1     t
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.
EXECUTIVE:
Thos. G (f *���!. ..'.: .; .
Judge Bote
J. D. Taylor
11. S. Curtis
Jno. Reid
Jas. Leamy
Sheriff Armstrong
Chief Wats; ai
\V. G. Armstrong
H. Ryall
Arthur Malins
Nels Nelson
J. J. Johnston
W. E. Sinclair
A
H.
VV. !���;. Vanst'
.1. A. Cunnii gl
Rev. A. E. \   '
Reeve Ladner
W. .!. Mathers
R. Jardine
D. R. Ker
T. W. Stirling
A. II. B. Macgowan, IM-
A. C. Wells
W. W. Shaw
FOR ALL INFORMATION, WRITE
'Phone l-e
T. J. TRAPP,
President
W. H. KEARY,
~~-~.
I
Manager and Secret?. :.
New Westminster, i- - TU
ESDAY. SEPT. 25,  1905.
THE DAIL>  NEWS
i	
lma*Btt!*&BK'��V*0ime>mr.
tSii   '<
The Cash Store
A FEW WORDS ABOUT
BLACK
DRESS
GOODS
Local News Briefly Told
sion
'
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The ii"..
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i' P.N,  ' in   any.
II
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lends       ��� har-
:   .
The "Dry Goods Economist," of New-
York, under date of September 15, says:
"It is now certain that Broadcloths will
finish "the season in first place���Blacks holding strong position."
"As regards colors there Is no special
change to record in the order of popularity.
Blacks h<��ld a strong position and are being
ordered not only in weights for costumes
but for other garments as well."
Our stock of Blacks is now replete with
the newest and best.
IS Inch  Iw Is     Broadcloi       al
a !    e -   Irts      $1.00
U-lnch  Pi rle fin       Broadcloth and 50      i Venc
"It     i     $1.25
l-lnch   C ��� Box i
Its,  ski    -  .    I  .    . -        $1.75
! ; Inch  Fine English Broad
has a    ea il        finish ��� fine ir coats   $2.00
Hack Tafl      ��� "lot hs and Wo ;  -    I   -'      i ure g od,
���    iow belt :        ��n at our co        r   5Cc and 00c
Black S    n C    I      Panan as, \      IP    Iln    an I Nun's Vei ir --
I   ��� ,   ll   Inche    ivlde 35c. 50c. 75c. $1.00, $1.25
Serg      extra valui     ��� r  sepai     ���   skirts,   fine  1 > Ilie I  tin!
It      I.T Spi        53��
��� , hu Ii   \     etlan   V\ oi nufacture, with solij    aci
��� ��� ne glos iltabl      -      lila    I      Its an I skin -	
 $1.50.  $1.75. $2.00
l ��� rii oiTiii
267 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C. I
^Mans^'vuKawriMiBM n n ____-__a-Pga__-____ri
.   i   '    of Seattle wa
port  yeste [ate  In  the
ternoon \        .      ,       - .���..:���.���������
logs froi ....        for  the   Ana
������ '���'"���-���  Lum ��� - Co. at  Anacortes.
The fin '      eci Ic I ;hi  ��� innei ti in
- '" the new G N it. whai I were made
estei la the      ipervlslon  of
Ele     ician P. Bowl r. The power
wire ��a     a ���       ���   .,. the build-
���������'..'���:���.'    with light.
Strai came ��� sterday
a    Pitl    I.a .:   -,.   a ...     load   ot
' -.  The
-      '   ' ��� ! 3COW   load   Of   1   aa.
'   -    ;'-' je for the use of
the it. C. Gen -.     conl ai I Co.
Th ���   sale I     In   connection
���'������   he S thanksgiving
ivai  will    ��� -e in   the   ia
rai ks this >-. mil ' . attractivi  line
-'     '     a   -��� ��� ed,   which
will  be sold   ���
Th i loca     rd laughters of
Ri iei ���     will   hold a   meeting
this evening in the K.   ii  P. hall    ,-er
Curtis'  drug  store.    Thi       Hi ���  have
'���;'���: I ir a firsl i la -      rogran me,
and ifflic is Invi ed to     tend
W. R \ :-���::.. of iii ie >1 luntain,
was in the ell yestei ta aftei atten ling to the harvesi ii . :- c
: ';is ranch ai Pitt Meadov - He
-ii s thai the ���;. was - ��� ' ������ i tory,
i : . . no ������������ remains to he har-
.'��� ''���! is the buckwheat, v .;<���': ia
- w hal   slow In 11 ening.
Charles  Ho  I, a   fre [uenl   caller al
' ii   ; "ii< '��� -!.r ii ::.  .mis fined $2.50 an l
yesterda;        - ��� :: _   foi   hai leg
een drun .       a ile  the  ;  e\ I-
n  ���   nigh .     ','. -        .- ,.'   ..   ��ho  wa -
p.-��� in   m a sl   ilar chai ge, v is fined
a is.:- amiiunt.    Tl e  fin  - v.  ie : ai I
ii   . ol:. Instan es
\   E, Coulthai I ,.:. I wil -. of Peter-
I,   I Int .     a' a-   .:    ; .   the   I Itj    ..:.
s in laj'- Pai ll c express an 1 are the
���   ���     if thi   Hon   W. Norm in  Bole
:     VIrs   Bole    Mi   i' ml hard was a
resl ; nl    of   tl is   disi rl< t   for   s ime
eai;-. an 1 takes moi e I han a pa   Ing
Interesi   In   the  pi ogres ��� an I  g    >vi b
or the 8 ij il City.
Tl e R, P. Rii   il ma le   i q lick run
- .   Victoria   with  i's   1 irge  cargo  of
e stoi'. on S in la;. The ve
. porl al S 30 a.m. and reached its
des Inatlon al 3,10 p.m. II then returned .111 succeede 1 In reaching
London's cannerj al La Iner bef ire
thi rough we ither start I There a
, rgo of 1,0 10 sacks of ats was: iken
..' iard.
\     mplalnt was n, i the
,    afterno ;.   hal a ��hite se
:      dog  had    be m   i      u    ti im  the
owner. Thomas   Gifford.    A   descrtp-
.   the  animal  accompanied  the
[all  , i    I the owner Is living In
..    '���  thai   the.    stray i anine  may  be
,   ...    I to his   ke ine]  ' ef ire
Rev.) J. S.
N     ��� :.':.
TT,,;       0f
b     The   roon    .-.   -
.   the   iccasl ���;.. an I
-
bout 2 ��� ien!  to -'��������� I an I
. ; a    Mrs     Hen :���
,-hile ::.   ii- nsall  endeare i   hei -
sell   i      -.ia      ,    ..   ii embei s ���
P irlai   ch irch, also ti  I
chun .---.       hei   . eas
ing manne   an    \ ���        In spirit-
iffairs.    It   ; -   ���    ee   ��� ears  slni e
Rev. and Mrs. Henderson left  hen- for
���   new field of labor In tii" west,
nd th ise who attended I ie reception
to Mrs   Hen lers n ver     ilainly showed theii pleasure in having her among
again, even�� ror   a   very  shorl
time.
District   Fairs.
Thi   !.idner ann ia   fai    which was
3a   ir 1 iy   w i-  considered  to
of the ' '���-' eve   hei I In the
dial rii       'i he   -  ��� - -  the
teal    ���    a        ...      ��������� i    -j; ���
vai ie of  the  Dell     < ouni rj   for that
brai      of In lusl ry In a ve
i ������- The    _
v a -   ilso first-cl '--
T b   esldents ol      llliwack an I the
sun - .is ling dlstrl I  are  well  pleas   I
wil       elr annual fail, wl       kus hei I
on   Fri lay  last.    The  featu   - of tl ���
exhibition was the children's work de-
pal ': ent     Eleven    of   tl -   disi ri I
I -  compete i   f ii   the   irlzes   offered,  and  the  ;,.'. ird foi
was given to the Fairfield -������':; iol. The
idies'   department   of  th ���  exhibition
was very commendable, and the yards
were filled with first-class stock. The
exhibit,   of   horse-    was   particularly
-���nl. while the fruit   lis la   w mid be
. i i to : eat.
MARRIED.
MATHERS-WHELEN'���Al I!- '.;��� Trln-
. ithe Iral, dd Sept. 24, by the
Rev. A. Shlldrick, W. J. Mathers,
of Xew Westminster, I Mary K..
daughter of Peter Whelen, of Ottawa, Ont.
Wanted���1' i    en ������      at    D ii       News
office.
EXCELLENCE
1 o! workmanship finish is what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
Is to give these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 high back dining chair possesses these in marked degree���
they are excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker Is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chalrs, 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
1 Duponl  Block. Telephone 73.
��� ��� ����� ��� -������-._.���._ ��� __,^��. __.___.���_._��� _-���___,_.�����_.____���__.��__.�����������
r,
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
Wanted���Board and   rooms,   or   two
furnished rooms, b;   man, wife an
son.    Apply P. O. Bex 2S5.
To Rent���The Victoria Boarding and
Rooming House. No. 41 Sixth str let,
close to p ist office, with -.'.11 m idem
conveniences; 17 rooms; possession
Oct 1. Apply to A. M. Herring, 58
Sixth street.
FOR RENT���Large, well lighted room.
suitable for an office Apply to
Chas. G. Major.
Wanted���Exp rlenced n.ive tor 3
children. Apply Box 192, Revel-
stoke, B. ('.
How nicely ani easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Plnh. White. Lemon. Orange,
Almor.d,   Maple  and  Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PORE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. 1 Id., TORONTO
HT.7.-  ��� tjj
Something to be Proud Of
THE BIG NEW BOOK OF VIEWS OF
NEW WESTMINSTER	
PR.CE $1.50
MACKAY S BOOK STORE
. he ...:.. S    Pa .i's Re-
.  :. i-i  ]'.; I : church  mei   In the
p i     i       the church lasi nigh
... . :   ii ganii lng a young
eople's i lub, �����! the o ��� -. ��� of pr
. Iding a plai e of amusemeni and Inti ii Ion during the winter months.
A pleasant time n i ��� -, ent an I re
freshmen ������ ��� bi rv< I, Ph ire were
;: number ol vo nl and Instrumental
. ilos ren lere i Rn i a toi m of organl-
, utlon wa i agree I upi n rhe organ!
...iiipiii will i e porfei ie; In the near
future,
The two li iral.ms w!m decorate i
Officer Bourke'a physlogn imy by
darkening the contour of his eyes on
Sunday evening, ware paraded before
the police magistrate yesterday morning, bul as they could not understand
the charge against them, they were
ip'i.Kiu.livl until the afternoon, when
an Interpreter was secured from Mill-
side. Tin1 Hindoos pleaded not guilty
to being drunk and disorderly, but the
evidence of th�� policeman, tvin'oree 1
by the exhibit of two bottles of whls-
lcey and a pair of black eyes, appeared convincing to the magistrate,
and the couple were (lite,I $2.50 and
costs, the total amounting to $6.60 in
each case, which the Sikhs paid an.l
wenl on ihfir way rejoicing,
A recent Issue of the Seafurth Kx-
posltor has the following: The school
room of the Presbyterian church,
lli'itmill, was the scene of a very
pleasing function on Wednesday afiernoon  of  last week,   the occasion
CITY VOTERS' LIST.
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1906 has been
completed, and that the same may be
    it this office for thirty days from
the date hereof: ami any person who
shall claim to be aided to the said
Voters' List, or any Elector who shal!
desire to have any name erased there-
fr '.:u. must prefer his or her request
in writing, signed with his or her
name, and shall deliver, or cause same
to
delivered,  to the  City    Clerk
within the time hereinbefore specified.
\V. A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Cl      Clerk's   Ofiice,   City   Hull,   New
Westminster,  Sept  1,  1908,
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY, SEPT. 28,1906
A   beautiful  story of  the present day
'���'j  Depicting Love,
I   Pi (2k   Pathos, Hate
1   * ���> V^"    and Passion.
Convict's
Daughter
A stcry of thrilling and heart-felt
interest.
A Strong Cast!       A Story from Life ! j
1
'"
We are the exclusive
selling agents in
New Westminster
for the celebrated
Ax
MEN'S FINE TAILORED GARMENTS
A full line of Shower Proof
and Topper Overcoats
Men's   and  Young   Men's
Suits and Pants
DUII I IDC THE CASH
rniLLirj clothier
.1
FOR  SALE
House and Lot on Brunette Street,
Sapperton,      -      $200.00
T. R. PEARSON
Reserved seats now on sale at Ryall's
lDTE-ts..sue��_,25c. Advertise   in   The   News
mum
	
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THE DAILY .NEWS
TUESDAc
ALL  OVER   THE  HOUSE
������formation   _s  to  Ut.   Ls;   of  S*eet
He-cs   I-.   r Bvoring.
When a s :    ��� .  ". .0
it t
an  I . the Sa
be added .   .  *       ��� nd     .   ::.e
cooking      t   .     - -      ;
: - -  ..-       Eg
rege tables -   1 1
are        *      I ���       r      ven
off by long . .   ji
rendered ��� --      .        .'        1
Savor     Herbs that are 1 .:
in th<   ..- .    r sei    1 with tht   . -..
must ' ���     Ided just bei       t !
ii   sen   1      [Tn    herbs   gei
Berved with t -       re ehe. ...
per.]    . :_..--.._
Burnet,  1 - savory,
-.-..-���   ind su    '     -
a   - time, not    ver
.- -.    nd ar    th< a re-
n     ��� L
Trains & Steamers Grand Trunk Ry.
v.., -_-   Beds.
io  '..-   ���..:     :    ming, th    ?h exceeding    tidy, ii -    ild
be di.        2            t is
stantl;         see a      . . t ....
hour after th   -    per has     ft 1
r    ���...    herefore       *.           ...':.-
from I     -        luring tl        .  1
1  :.-.:.   I          ith tl    sheets and are
in]    ���          '        '                 -
u_   ..    It  is ai *   ..
..:. t one           ought t
aged ii     . ;     1 .              -   -  -
the clothes of t
<:: :.i.:.y    ["::   :    -.: --.:.-
be tare 1      .. -. -    1       all ,-
t;      -     aired    _d     tite        [before    . ing :... .
C. P. R. MAIN LINE.
Leave  N.w  "5\"ei:_::_i-.cr  7.5 daily.
Leav. New Westminster IT'S, daily.
Arrive  New  Wr5:r_:r;:e.   v.j J  daily.
Arrive   New   Westminster  19.10' dai'.y.
c. p. k. mission franc:-:.
Lv.  N.  W.  7 .:. At.  S;_::'e  15-50.
Lv. Se_::*.e. 1X30;   Ar.  N W. _'"'._:.
C. .. B. WEST?.. JUNCTION.
lt. n. -.-. :.:!. 9.;:. ::.;o. 1...3.
Ar.  N.  W.  U5, 10.r.  1.-.1C'.  _o.:o.
C. P. R. SOIXSTDE SFEC1AI_
Lv. New V.'cs:r_:_.:er -'.'    .-.. ~.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. .-..   i. m : ar. .rattle 4 pjn
Lv. N. W. 4.  : 1 JU . _r. Sr_::;e 1    p_m
Lv. Seattle, 4 '4 p. m, _r. N. W. .'""".
;._:.
V..  W.  &  Y��� VAN.TTVZR
Lv  N  v.*.     p. a   ___ _:5_ p   ���.
Lv. V...     tver -.::  _._;.. aad 4 p __
G. N. R.���PORT GU1CHC N.
I      N   "."���'.   9    :   ��� no.;   _r   Goicboa
pm
Lv   Guichon, 1:41 p. m.; ax   N. W.
5:45 p n   and S p. r_
Mon la: 5 only.
B.  C.  ELECTRIC���VANCO WER.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London
Hamilton. Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ar : all the i::r::.l business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the UARl
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO. NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via, Niagara Falls.
Fcr rime rabies, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'jX.
Assistant   Ien"! Passenger and 7   -���:
Agent 133 Adams St.. Chicago, Ii.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
B-'ti.h-   Cc'u���b a   Crast  L;ne
Ser. :e.
Lv.  Vanconrer
f _ c   �� . i . ? .
TIME TABLE
Bobject to change w -_   ::   notice,
ALASKA   RCLTE.
Princess Beatrice (eaves Vancouver
-- - loth
I meets Mat leaves Vancouver
Vancouver, Sept 13th.
Princes^ Beatrice leave. V Bcotrve?
leaves    '��� "an a 1 ���
Wl
en rej .  r    t
well   tn . ���-'
:-..-  :
;... rs
renti *.:'
���   : -      ild t
. '
.:.   .. - ��� -      '. iat  _���   .- -
spots in 11 1
: -        -     ���    . 11
tl   r    -  . . "     break in t      piaster
not think t    s t      u___ag<?
;m.:- .       paper   2     er it, for thi
paper drawn tight .    .       ead
vill break    .-   ,     \     - - ���:
of pahs Tit     ������-   * "'.     :���.
places 1 re f ' ��� a. gouged
out a h in tJ . rai has
. '. ���;:. ��� _ Right pre] inti n :
rarfa e means much k ot papering an 1 painting.
-:    _ -?   5:a ;   5-e;c
Th -           . :           j ' it table
expenses -'    ..i :      r 1 .: �� _wav
breac1     When h is 1 -    put it
::.        ircn skillet -:.:      '
'-   '  ���       -:--���'-:��� I a big
.   '..-.    :���.-.:. ttli   salt
Fpnnkied    ver            et it it main
Fraser River and Gulf
DP BITER
Be_ver���
Fr:r_ N. v.: Mon. Wed   Fr::. 8 a.=i.
From :_-_. T-.. TU, SaL, 1 i.n:.
Sambna���
Fren: N. W. To . Th . Sat 8 ��� m.
Froca Chwk. San . VTed . Fr:. 7 _ ~.
I I ' ��� N B1VER
Fr:- N. v.: iaily, ex S_\ a_: San.
a Id   '- '   M _:..     ' un.
.-r.z: S:Tvei":_. T _._..    .- rl  '. =. ���.
A 1:. tri|  Sat irday, I  ; _..
victoria an: :slan:s
From NW. wed. i^: Mer.   1 a._^
From V:::cr:i Tues. aad S_:. 4 a._
Mail Service
pnnces.    ::...-    leave
Sept  . rd
Princess   May    leaves    Vancouver
.  -.  Sad
I  iBcess Beatrice leaves VaBCOtrrer
:. ���. 4 th
Princess   Maj    leaves   VaBCOwre.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
P- -:ess V  ::c- t.
L- .-.'���-- Van    ivei   :. .   at 1 1   ��
ViCTCR;A      SEW     WESTMINSTER
RCLTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves Ne- Westmlnstei at 7 a. a
_ Wednesdaj and Monday.
VANCOUVER SASAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Jean
Leiv_�� Vaacoaver lalij excepi >_:
.   rack
an:
-    - '   ** '        -  irt
knil    .   '. * -'     Eve: tikes it
"  "        " -.    :  for ���        .-'
1
- *---������.. ���         cj 1 ick. and
- a-; -:   Tti:   S*   -.
-  - . .   _
1
Cose.     Etecelfed.
Seattle   '���._ S:-_s 11 ;__.       . _0 b__l
Sai ��� i MSlslde ���'-���:���������: .;=..;::: ua
Vancouvei :���: :<'���;._:.   ).04__at
3oven__ie, H:_:_e.
Sv_':!e. e-;. .     .   E 4r =.-     " I ' r -
V__.  _: Cent  Fir-.   '..    . i.r:.    _ r ���
v..- ria 1. -Oaj-t, l" Xam
E*s: Bttraahj  Lis    l.v r. __.
���:���--,--:   etc     .:'*?-:'=-
Ei."   ria C P  R..4.43 pm.   7_t0 poa
E_s:. v;i c. P. ?-. :   N pjn. :' :: a.3
Sai    M--   rvr.;-..4 4r pj_l T.lt  1 __.
Van   & B_rnahy..3 W pm EN p a_
Tim be* *__._, T-*s
Friday   ILO: rz. :: '.'  ur
TAK E
ibe ._ -
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
**"T_    HORSE     7 \WS. N    in.
; K _        . .   ;���    '' - : :      t' : - : '
5   -   .;.      :; --;  -;    : ��---~;--i.    mail
- - t -    - - :    :--:"*    :       eet
- ���  . - -    :   :.-;-'--  ind  ' '��� lite He rs.
maisu r -r; 2 throcgh trintet senic��
Vir.::;T-r.   IB    C
WEST COAST RCLTE.
S. S. Queen C :��
Leaves Victoria at :: : bl on i.l
. '.ri ud . 'i. -.: each __oath tot
_ isit and -.0 : ints earaa v.:
la .1 the ". and . tar Qnatstac and
J   :::_:..   Le_ve;   Victoria   ._   I :_
-CA'ER FRASER RiVER RCLTE.
St.a ��� er T-a-sfe'
-rT--  Nei   Westminster   .1  H 1
Tnesday,  Wednesday,  Thar_daj
- Fr. '   . ���  .   .- .     - .
- :. n:  ait Uoaal crfj    r. Mon-
- Steves   a Monday, Tnesday
an 1 Satnrdaj ^:
n   addi:io_a
T- .  ���
- -
.==��-  FRASER  -   .��=  ROUTE
S. S. Eea .--
Leaves   New   Westm nster    ���        :.
Mondays   '". ednes.    s and Fr :..
'--       -     :.      ��� .   -   "   1   -    T  ��� ��� .
Ci :-. ad   Satsrdaya    ���:   .-;  at
":r^;   t-*t tr een   Ne*   "���" - r' _:. 1 ��� ; -
i:
test     i   '
Lot
���
.    -
~c .
'   '
r
;  S -_-;::
���
-
'
-
1   "     .'
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a       5
1 sham]
-.
'
'
- '
a
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;-
fortnight
*.v.
' '  :.
t t his
:    -
D
n  -
.:.   ther
��� r-i   -
<���>'��� t��   G :p;s   T'an$fc-fe_.
'���'���" '���   -    res I    *  '..'.     trot be-
"   ' .              painted ovei
wil -             rater j         -���'-,-
'��� "- - ���       - ���     I into tan. Let
- - '  "    -    _'        ry betweei
��� ��� tion and    n't wet them
- .
Cleaning Cham.!*,
V. J -       - ....-.-���
water.   TTs ter and ai    I
.    ���     f pos. .      -     -    lean
V' -      -    ,a$ a       ��� Thi.
appl   -...-: - -\     glore*,
v 10 popular is summa
-,yr.op5_-   or    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Ar -   :   : b '.--.: ll ����� 'i
���: th< ;. 1 - -.-i   ���
:. '-     - - - -
: IS years ot age, t
-"   -      - z.    ���;���
as, a jr less
*     - :              -
: Ice foi :..;       -   ��� la
which tbi
The 1 -'��� -��� 1 er  s required to perform the -    -- c -rrc;:-: there-
"  "   ne of the foil   ring rC->~>
:    Al le -: - \ months'  residei
���   snd   mltnration   of the  '.^r.d in
- year for three years.
.    If the father     1  er,   I the
fat - - deceased) of thc h rrfMj.d-r
rr��J-? opoa a farm in the t-cinitj
:��� :'-( land t���.trtd for the requirements ..- ��� ��� residence maj be '_::<:"?.'
by such pers :: residinsj seitii the father or m ther.
If the settler h.-,> his permanent
res;i!r::;f Dpon farminsj land owned
by him in :h- vicinity ol his homestead, the requirements as to re- dence
may be satisfied by residence u| "
the said '..nd.
S t ��� ".:':���-' not ce :- w-i:;:-,; (hould
be c\rr :,- the C ssionet   I D
-    I   - Is   .:      tt   �� .1    t   :::;: Dl    '
to an v I " ; atent,
W W CORY.
Deputj  Minister    I the Interior.
N. B ��� Unanthorl ted ;;':'- aUon 1 (
this adrertiaement wil] nc: be ;iaid
fcr.
NORTHERN  E
S. S. Tees
Leaves Van       - -    1   .  ���    ���    2nd
md _��th of <    ':   -    : -     a   ng al
S     -.----     -        ��� . ?
d  --    ad trip, Tim��     n
1 ���    ���-
V-    ....     - .    . .    : .,._..
'.--���
;���*:
ED    : ''""."-"'"
New '
F    '     '    .'" "
���   W   Tl
Gei-- I SufM at, Vlcl
v,   ....    :.y.:
Gei   Ageitt :   ���  -   '  I    ���
V- i   R*. .-'���    :
Spokane Palls & Northern R>. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard R>. Co.
Red Mountain Rv. Co.
The only a'l  rail  1  ate   between   ;"
llts  east  mtst ir.i  scjt'r.  t:   R:;--
- '. N-.'.- -. .r.d intermediate :: au
onect djj al .;   ^^re -.v th the jtn:
Northern, Northern Pacific ir.i O. R.
ii S   Co,
Connects :������: Rossland with the  2 ~-
.-   Pac Bc  Rai ��� ��  for  I   an:_-;���
Creek 1   ists
C "��� ects  -'.    Slejrers    Falls    ��::_
��t.-��:f  S-iS.y for  Rei ibi :
B.rTet   service   na   train]   betweea
S|  kane and Nelson.
Effectrvt    Sonday,    Novenabet    to.
1901.
Leave Day Trail An ������-.
O-JOarr. S-rii?e  ..    ;:���;_
i::; rr.   ...:-    --   - ��JC : -.
- i- __���    Nel.:_     t i-: ; ~
Things Happen in
the Night
And the only way to keep posted is read the
Morning
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Delivered at your door in time for breakfast. Complete service of the World's
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H  A JACKSON.
EE53.. TUESDAY, SEPT. 25.
1906.
fH     DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
WESIDB &  EDMONDS, Barrls
.   - and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
.   street,   New   Westminster,
eslde, H- I- Edmoi .
'-      ^tn:   "r*-'<t
t TAKE A fl"!
M
I     ,,. p. HAMPTON BOLE, solicl
0{ the sup ��� ���:. ���   ''lit. Offices
-,   Bank ot Coi imerce  build
mbla street,  o) poslte  post-
New Westminster.    Money to
'���
t I
TRIP
On the Famous
M
-;, WEART & MrQT.'ARniE,
tei , . o : oi -. ett. Of
,. New Westminster, Trapp Rlk.,
;:,���.., - clarkson and Lorne streets.
Van'r- iver, rooms 21 ti 24, ��l" ''ran-
..,',;,, Btreet   Jjsepb K irtln, K. C	
a'   V.-aM. W. il-  Mi i i irrie,  H.  A
Bourn e.     Mr,  Martin   wit   Oa   in  tha
iter offices every Friday af
:   '     ���   ���'
HOWAY,  REID &  BOWES,  Barrka
solicitors,   etc.,   4:   Lorne
poslte   Coun    Hous     New
ter     '���-   Whe P.O
.il-
GE   M _RT   ���'. Ba
Itor, Ouli '   a ., '     -:���-
-.; k-: tie -   ��� ���    , New v.---.
B, C.
"Oriental Limited"
i       	
LOW    EXCURSION    RATES
TO ALL EASTERN   POINTS
fldtels on Sale July 2,3, Aug. 7,8,9, Sept. 8,10
For   particulars  call   on   or  address
7  C. MEYE.RS, New Westml
.ler, B. C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Offce���Trarr   Depot
Columbia   b;.
Baggage delivered    prom Uy to any
irt ',' ��� tie '
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 185.       H;,rn  pnone 137
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
POUT KELLS PIONEER
RAISES LEMON CROP
Fr..":   Qi , //-  |   ,,f   Ft       . /    D
tricta Have   Ex I Har
v��%t*  Ofl   H.in_.
Family Trade a  Specialty.
Canadian Bank of Commerce   N
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
EW    WES"MINSTER.   B.   C.
BOAF.D  OF TRADE��� ���
ird of Ti
Room, City I
'.' edn of i
.;-   mee on tl ond
of     I iry,    May,
-   md  Novi '   ���   ���    :.
: eel ; ������ -   ' I
I Ne*
- ma; be : iposed md
. at an; moi - ��������� i . irterly
_-.   A. K. v, s ������. .-' ��� .
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
���'  ilea'l Man    e
HEAD   OFFICE.   TORONTO.
���-'- E ���   Gei i .  . M in iger        AL .:-:.  .*-...
BANK    MONEY   ORDERS
	
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$50	
-    P ' Y .BLE  AT  PAR a
,  ami at the
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot -if 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th Street
New Westminster, B. C.
UNION  LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. &. A. M.
���T;      regulai tl   -���     if    this
: on the r st W ��� Ine. lay in
each ��� onth, al v o m :��� p, m., in
��� .. Ma sonic Ten ������' Sojo u ning
bre'l.rt-'n are coi II ln> Ite 1 to at-
Iir-. \V. a. DeWolf Smith,
Bi
Negoti i  le al a G     .   ate al
.:  CANADIAN   BANK  OF COMMERCE, LONDON, EXG,
ethod of n -. sums  of  .-.   n ���    v. ith
and I COS!
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 5 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
All kinds of Ship repair
work'.
.   .     Ship  and  Scow   Building
j a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
Residence:
124 Eighth St., New Westminster, B.C.
A LITTLE NONSENSE   "
An   Ecc.y   on   H'..,-.     - s   !���-.   M  -,'_pr��-
sentativn   .-   F .:    .
H I ������'- I '   ������  talt
of the earth, i
wit
.'������'���.'.--
i- not suited     ] .      -
as withered a *
found i .-.
J do nol ���     ,   ,.,-      ;-
less ��� ,     . ...,.    ..,     .   ..
of  ia    earth.    In  tha
adage is misrepn enting the fact3,  w
which f hope i- noi ti . Port Kel
Howe ��� :.    rani       ���   i|  hope i���   ���>.
the -ai' of the earth, I find another  iatt<
adage to the* effei * thai the salt of | trip says
the earth deferred maketh the bear!   r,   ���
sick     The logical and pathological   ;.-   ��� ,  ,..,.   ;,,. Pol   ,, ,    ,
conclusion in 1 ,     is that .alt   m ,,.-,- Lehman  llstrlci
Bhould   be  sprinkled  on  thc  hearl   :
iromedial ���   .    I     .-    . mfirmed    n
this   :���:������-.*:;.' ot tnotl eaker.   Thi
adage   whi .    Ml   on,    alt.
ever,   or word   ���   I  at effect ��� ...
\i. i -   I   have   .                    moa_.    In  the  dlatri,
quoted    ls an.       '      Oreal    Sail   , .       .
lake, I t . iuld bi
tin-  :     ��� ���            ,i   on   earth.
But il ���                   .:���.    Tl ������  ,
Dea I set, I    i     io, mo tld
also bc I ���          I'ossib
'      '        ' '   '  :   : .   ma
after.
iH-i'!.,- .    ever tr   .,   ., ,
to cati h a bird lutting   hope   iin���
on its ta '������ idn't
catch it, d : you? S'o?
:.     ���    I to, d    '    '    I'OU?
VVoll,        ��� '   "
with tl
Wliat:    Judge.
.
��� ���
Bul     .
!,'��� wron
The     -::-..:
Kell    i: oni
I;
lr,  Vesc'.cble Land.
KING  SOLOMON  LOOGE.  <"0. 17. A.
!���'.  &   A.   M - P.-":    ii   commun    i
il this '. ���- hei I on the
��� 1  Tuesday  In  e u ".   n mth  in
M .    ...- Temple, at 8 >. m.   Visit-
������ 'hren  are Invited
to attend.   D. W. 0     i    '. Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No.459
It. B. K. of I., meets -���-. on t an.l
I .-������'. Friday ot eu ':>. montb, Bt ���
p. v. . in Or.'; -i" hall coi di
it..-. . ivenue ind John - eet 9 <
Journlng Sir Knights ... II ills i.
vited to attend. W. K. Dunlop, W
P.:   i.. E. Matthlaa, R >g
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   1150
Mi ��� rs   In  Oi  ��� - ���   h ill   fi.-3t  and
Friday In        i i   mth at _ i
m.    Visiting brethren  are coi
��� : to atten I    i;   E   M .tti
W  s: ; J. Humphries, Roc.-Se'-.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1.1<.
Incorporated   by   art   or   parliament
'     _L (p_J_L paid up)    $11,000,000
RES     .'.' . FUND   $10,000,000
Rl   Hon. Lord Strathcona an 1   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
G   Honorary Presi'lent
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummon-1    Pre.ilent
E. S. Clottston Vice"Pres-ideat  ani   General  Manager
iral  banking business transacted. ,
Branch.6 In all the principal cities In Canada, In Lon.ien,  Kng., New
':        Chicago, an I St, .lohn'. Nf; 1., ani correspondents in ail parts of the
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
1.0   O. F.���AMITY LODGE. No. 27���
��� ��� .-;' IT ni ������ ?s ot this   0 '.-��� -
���     : In 0 ���     ��� I   11. Co ...
..-.,.. \;           evening,
. ;. ag brethren ^.ir-
��� . ite ��� I.   S. J. May
N. (j      W. C. C ..   ;: ���-   Sei.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
G. D. BRYMNER, Age
Our work guaranteed.
.��,',    WESTMINSTER   BRAI
m Ryall's Drug Store
he distrlcl  In wh i ���
which    bears    his E    iteen
-a     ago  he  settle L ln the"
a: I cul down ' a- tree    - ii1-
tl    cle iring and j.: inte I |,
T i la;   the district     loon
e the i ose, and Mr   Kel
l i   ���������   >   n le '" rt   back in com-
f ii' and look ii] on the re ilts i.r
the -   perseverance   and    han Iim -
Thej   have  two  Bons,   tl Ider of
" i i now building a comforts 11
hoiiii- to which li" soon hopes to I ike
one ��� Erin's fair I lughters as his
bride.
Caroline    Sweet,    Potato ���
Charl*' Sweetcorn propose to you?
Annie Sweet Potato���No, he's
not the popping kind.���Philadelphia
Press.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon J. I, Nankan, Fernie; J.
-I Thompson, Vancouver; W. B,
Brunnell, Toronto; ('. II. Balrd, Toronto; I-:. S. Rear, \. E. Bray, Van
couver.
Colonial���G. \\*. Turner, Toronto;
-I Insley, Penallup, Mom ; E. Little,
San Pranclsco; P. Lashbrook, Lo I
nei-; Thomas Marshall, Vancouver,
Windsor���s. Bayes, Nook ; W.
Peel, Crandon; James McLean, Huntingdon; Perry Johnston, Everett;
Dryden Johnston, Everett; Norman
Monkman, Vancouver; John Barnet,
Victoria: .1. A. Heath, Cloverdale; J,
C. Woods, Langley; T, Weldon, _1
dergrove; s. Stevenson, Steveston.
 o������������
A. O. U. W.���FRASEI?  LODGE No. 1
Ings the ti-'- an I third Tues
es I     ���- mth        Visiting
thi  n cord ' '��� Invl led to at> m I
��� -..  \   ��� ���   V. W. h ill, Odd-
street, C
irrig ui   r     ii ;-��� ;    Louis V, Itt,
ter worltn an.
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
.   SONS   OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
e p. .. ������       - ts S ' ond and
We. . ' 'ii h month,
In K   of P. Hs     ��� St, al
1 p. na.. Wl Po irth
nth, same
I I V '  B
i:   B   Stli
, Pre.     -   ;- .-
Royal Bank of Canada
Junk and Second-hand
Store
Capital  $3,030,000.     Reserve $3,437,162 Total  Assets  $36,373,576.
Highest prices paid tor second-hand
goods, junk,  bottles,   rubbers,  brass.
copper, old Bhoes and all metals; also
oiii doi bes, i'i".   write or call,
. md correspondents in all   the       id al   cities of the world. s. brown,
Front  Stret, New Westminster,
Opposite Brackman-Ker Wharf.
Phone 212.
TliinUlccs.
"I>o you enjoy being a weather
prophet?"
"No.    li.'.- n thankless task. When [
,,, I, ,.,,   occasion,    ro-morrow will be given I i
the forestrj  convention, which entei
The  Governoi-Gene,'; I.
To-day his excellency  pays on official visit to Vancouver, when  greal
preparations have been made (or the
tain - : ic governor general  al  s  b id
you pri'iliet. gooi.1 weather peop
mi in! you thai it was coining anyhow,  nud   when   vou   prcilict.  had
weiiiher   they'd   rather   not   hear ""'���' '" lh" "'""i"- ��&���' ��""*" ""
about if���Baltimore Sun. will embark tor Nanaimo.   Return    .
  i" the capital for the Sun lay, his ���"-
Fomlnlno Lor.ic. cellencj   will leave   on   Monday   for
"1 gol  :i groat  bargain, George, Nl u Westminster, ipendlag the night
when 1 bought those potatoes in tho '',| route, and arriving here on   _     -
fail.**
hev    ilon I
'(Mil   tn    nie   vi
T���,���
Gene- . ng        Ine     * ansacted,
$1 jpena an account   Interest ad led
.    -... le   '  I " est  ���    ���
Open  Saturday   niQhts from 8 to  0  o'clock.
COURT  BRUNETTE,  No. 4099, I.O.F.
In th��
it 8 o'clo
���   . ;'��� Vli ting
Invited to al
'   B. Rush   d, C. Ft; F. P.
K. S.
SEA   WE8TMINSTEH   _i'��NCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
COURT ROVAL COLUMBIA, No. 88.8.
A.  O.   F. -���    '
' .-     ��� ��� .-'
���   ���
at 8 p. m. In i -   1!',::-
���    .    '   -    I'.'-' b   ���"      ll ' !'��� i'-''    ln
to attend    E C. Firth, C. R-;
1*. P. Maxwell   B
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE   ROVAL  TEMPLARS  OF TEM-
perat;ce    . ���     >���    - - Wedne    -
it  ���   o'i ... ���      in  Oddfe
Colum    .      "       VI
irethren are iordl ill   :" ��� Ited to i
tend, Dec, Burr 3 C; N. R. Browa
Sec
aWBMt'J--:.?- -.--5
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
SON; OF .COTLANO BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
Camp, 191.���Meet! on the First and
Third Tuesday ot every month 'n
K. of p. ii,,:'. John McNlven,
Chief, J. j. Forrester, Bee Sec.
DR. B. TSUJI
New Westminster,  3. C.
B. C. Monumental Works
JAMES   McKAY,   Proprietor.
Importer and manufacturer of
Marble and Granite Monuments
Headstones,
Tablets, Tombstones Etc.
Writs for prices,
New   Wi-stmlnstor.  D.  C.
S. G. TIDY,
 PLORIST
PLANTS, CUT Fl.OWERS, lOQUtft
AND  FLORAL  nESK'NS.
Teleiillone   A I S I   ,n    addrMI   411\    V' '
iiut�� and  10th  Street.
''Well, no; thc 'ro nol very good
Bul j'i-i sec how long Ihey lit ii '"���
t'I'M'l.ui'l Plain Donler.
VETERINAl
RGEON
L.'i'.f of Manch.        "...     ��� An
-.  -.
Office, 3M Mfetaessttr *rt.,Vawwff, ^
Residen   ��� Ph ms I)
Offlci  ;
.,   ' .... ll    --
.  :���'���    '  ' '��� .'   ;'
Carnithers Manufacturing Com y.
Manufacturitfs of
Show Cases, Store Fittings aud Bar Fixtures
The  Carruthers M.intiKicl.uriiiK Co.
VANCOL C.
��._-.��,���_���_,��_,��.��.��_.__-��_._.4..^
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pion����r  Limited"  St. Paul  to
Chicasto, "8hott  Line" Omaha to
Chicago,  "South    West    Liuuted
Kansas City to Chicago.
Ne   tr_ins   in   the   service  on   any
railrOSt!   in   the   world  that  equal   in
eq��()im_iu that of the  Chicago,  Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own aii'l operate their own sleeping
snd diiiing cars on alll thi-ir trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence  of
*frvice not obtainable elsewhere,
11. S. ROW!'*.. Oneral A��.nt.
\U Third St.. coi Alder. Portland, Or.
daj i ��� oi 'mi ilie pro\ m I il exhl ! lon.
H.tclierics.
Saturdaj'-   Colonl il    has    i      r n
a,-, hei5  worfc vihlcB ms
���  |n��ai  thai ; here ��111 be no  ioi ke e
Utilitarian, '    ia  In  the   Praser  hatchei        this
"Yon mu i itdmil thai il lakes .1   "'���|:'    This Is rubbish     rhe
groiil 'l'.'i "I .kill lo swing 11 -v I   i: -,'" '���''������>���' "��� the month broke ������
,-. il) pi-,,',,��� -|\ " -'i'' of the spawning   m i    i   ������ ��� and
"Yos,   uuswored Karmor Corntos   allowed .1 nttmbsi   if flsh
m I, "bul   n  doesn'l  tnko ns much  ',,i" the auperlntenden
-\ ill uh  il  do, . I >    -a ;a;   i ... j ��� | ,-.       lot   more, ail.i ilblc
an'it doo n't 1    w no gruas neither.*1  ,'1"! the hatehi >
��� \\ .1 !, ngton  ��� ���
Tin.  N.-vv   Al ii^.ll.
"Ifurn     now, bed Voter* a rs  1* ns 1
You've  mid youi        ...'... ,i      1., , -. ....
KI lio's 1   nmnii ." a.  .    rotsri    lis
"Ko,    t "  '     e. I.v-u    ;,-     ni.ie     a-   1  the   I
ustotl the ��� ;    .'   v .!. -   s   \   Ki,- ,'. in
"Ood ble ������!'-- I   :, rmatloo    ths      ipproxlm*
,'.'"' ' '' namtwi had been idded
Houston I ���' .       , '_ii.i to Rkhmon I,
and   Dewdne.y     The    1 now
Th' M.a      ��� ���    '��� - I ��� ve, ,     ,������.,,
11 , ��� ��� 1 i    nun,a.
Me ���    !'.  ."-   :.
. :.    . om
��.'���'   .'.   '   110   TNT'' '     ' .    .   ,-
,1      II     1 ���
I llll I   M      I       t ,ve
 ,-,	
���Op- .1 .    a
M    -   I'  ���       1 ���   -      !ai'l Released and aearrestec.
now* freni his ha'ike,'.-., eh.��� Pliilfl-
leljihia Ledger. terda;   the ei
crown nol  bi lent to warrant.
a conviction,   He ��at 11 itely ���:<���-
ar:''-   e 1, however, on   inol 1 11  oharge.
Philosophy.
"tNlpAi can you tell rae whai an
optiniisi  is?"
"\o<. my dear child; an optimist
is a man who ia married and in
spite of it deelafes thut he is fortunate."--Noli.
Might   Have   Ban   Perv.r.ity. |
Old Time Divior In ��� our judgment, wU:\l ai!. d I be pal ent?
Assii Tint -  I -: I   if \il itity, sir.  i
bled him (ill Ihere v
oc.!: a Iflfl in Mm, dfld still he d ed
-Pick-Me Vn
Correction.
The News finds thai It was misinformed the other day as to the ownership of a certain piece of property
hi  Burnaby, the sate of which it re-
oi-1'-I.     The   property   was snid   to
have   belonged   to  the estate of  tbe
late ,1. R. Ollley; lt, was, however,not
n.^E   ', "'.'   Ihe   property of  the estate, but be-
lnnpte I to Mrs. W. R. Cllley and Mrs.
A
S A. Gilley lu joint ownership. "!^B"
s
THE DAILY   NEWS
TUESDAY.  SEPT. 25
our
Trad.
REASONS    WHV We Want V
1. Wi entire satisfaction.
2. We i ive th. mosl        plel    stocl    f Fane;  and Staple
eson :h< ci ist,
3. We tw .'.'.      fore Q antity.
4. W   sell    irg     Is at thi  LOWEST POSSIBLE PRICES.
If these Four Reasons don't interest you. watch our Ad.
for the next four.
WE ,\EED vour trade and ue intend to HA VE it.
~\ 1HAV0R ANNOUNCES
G. ADAMS.
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
J
CHEAP   rUEL
shed 1      '- ..   v. attltudi   ol
.   . ference
p I ill    rnro'ii   ni l|'P -    - "���
L.-I.L unci j rLA.>a
.  Offl
ATT.
s Exce   enc> V,     Spend Arc: Five
H;u-s     i   the   C;t>���Coun   -
NEW STYLES IN THE
MILLINERY DEPART!NJ
'.'eetinj.
Aid.
'
-
lied tow ..    ��� '
-
_lil.   Hov
-
-" -.
The last few days have broughl  is i
thi$ department, such as L    ���    Ready-tow
Childred's Fl ps; also New Trimmings of <
Every di     ? ��ws b ,-'���    and *.:." * ime * .,   .
ydur new rs smaller.    L
vour hal
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
We have plenty oft ;   for _      n \v, but il
a scarce article in    - t toler w i ther
comes and or lei - 1 ���.. i ish in. Tak. * ���
Go: your orders       t .v.
Price $4 F*&r Ton Deliv ered
���
H. BELYEA *& CO
Ti'lophon:
1 5 O.
....CALL ON....
f.A.Mirr&Cc.
DLESOME  FOOD.
I ists    "������.   M   ia-    1 lmu    ill,-   Othei
.   Etrtner*  Good   !'.,-.nli*.
etween 1
*.����..*t....��.*��..>t��....>...*��..***...t.<,t...S.*.,
I FURNITURE
8 Afullli ���
.
:   ices 1 -   iit |    '������   isers.
LIIND.      I '.MM      \   SPECIALTY.
VV,
FALES,
��� >  1 '.    t- ��� * > 4   f * ��� ��� ���.���>. *..���. ��� .���..> ��� *
* * ��-.��**_ * t *>"���*.������;>���.>���* *~*
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Pr ?>cript:o-; .. 5
-
I -
.   '
lard
1
��� - ���
___��_.__
Nc     ,res tmin! ter.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods st
E:.   kinds   bought    end
told for cash. All Mail
C ...': i prompt!} attend-
ed to.    Kindly write or
cal! at
ALEX. SPECK'S
; .--   Man  an   .s -e;
St. Se.    -  - -''.. aster
Phone .75
"Timber
Limits"
854 Acres, Pitt Lake
Fir and Cedar
.    . :���:���:    cords    s- -; ;    Be .s
-   . -
-.i-i- !______ '**%��� ���*
I
WHITE & SHILES
NKW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
��� I a St.    Phi n�� 85
School Books
and Supplies
EVERYTHING YOU WANT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
:-������.:. na r_T_x_ eettul
-
'. ��� : I.
re.    -
ont! t hati the g
��� ��� : -:������-''"
-     -       ��� ���
.      T ���       _       > ' -     '.
-      .- ' . V ' ���
���        -    .  -��� . '   ���
r chops':  1
"Al    .     ..-       S        -   '.. '.    '      -
...
-
1     a - . . ' ��� |
'      '    I    1     .      ���
"    - -        - - ' ner
..:..-��� ..        - - g -      -
tbe i . Wi               ..>  ��� ���
. ��� - - ��    _���  . -.   fare.
"At boose >                          ��� red 11
�� - - ���    |
���  - _ - -     .  ��� U   v.
���    .- ���  ston
_U they si
for '   -   ��� ���       ��� ���:.    st and
.   -     st of leu     '. vrhlcb was pot on
lhe t rl full of ti ati r
j I ti  ��� -���   I ���   11    I   repare youi
p v     dn sslcn -.  �� iti the result
tliat si .'.���.��� > \ ..-. ;���    ���    ��� n   ied it."
LEON \  ' 111*1*01:0.
The Wc.-ld's Submarin. C_t'fs.
Th( n  ni   ..'     I 235,0 1   1   les of
p..-       ���; all bottom of I
eea, represent .'".... h
line costing u - e to
make ai	
' -
between thirt years, 1
���
6.1 '  '   ��� ��� .  ; ,
tbi   u
-   :   -   ...
'.-..-.
���
BJ
_
1
...
p    '               -
ut ol
the.   ......
-    -     ber.
Rf Of SOI fORCf
Do it Nov.
THE NEEDY OLD MAN
...-- - - I not
Do It Now.
A GOOD HOI
INVESTIGATE.
7 Roomed Mouse    1
1   ���       -      nth Street, nea   I   ptist
. 132        S1750
IF YOU HAVE A EOT
An. *_n! Io Build
We Will Assist You.
F. J. HART & Co.
LIMITED.
FOR STOCK RAISERS
���__. ^V: 1   ^-t- ~r~t-   -
\!'luS'a*9L
O
WE HAVE A FULL i.lv;
Root Pulpei ���: ?.n&  Slicers,
Straw Cutter,Grain Grinders
and G:'a;'i I
Now in stocK,
���
T. J�� Trapp & to.
I iinitecl
��� �����-�����������������������������������������������������-���������"����� �����������������������������������������������'������������������������������
: Electric Railway Service j
inter . 1   n
V
:      ���      ���    ���  ��� _     '
:        Hail
-   ���
3:   Minute   Sen :e ���
Sunday   S-r. ee  1 ' - ��
:     and 1    ;������ rn.
4,     C i ���   L:"' ts   L.nt	
ZZ '���' nuts Ben ee��� \    trai
C ty and s.pp.-tcn. .
Sacpertcn Line���:     Mini I    -        ��
���
S, an 11 viring ��_:       f
sernce mil     ���   ���
���
Sunday  BervlCS   QaJf-l    :��������-���
:��een  ."       :; .  SDd  11 p. OL      .
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *
1 ����.���������������������������������������������������������������������*
.
Polish Your Floors
With Johnson's Prepared Wax.   Ii is bv Ut tbe c��t
rel.jTe   ar.   sstbf.ctcrr   Frep.i.-a-.un   fcr   pciishicg   ��".crs.
Ii pr-.ure; a lisi.ng, artistic _ai?h to wbich dirt aad dost will
cr: sdbase     It dees net crack cr peel cd.    Hsel c____s
aci scratches \.-.li d;: sbew.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
.Vfan_/'_cfur_r�� and Dealtrs 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.
c-_:i;ns t_:re polishing wax to t_e p"__ i.-t._ a.-.y o:r.tr.
Tbs: 5 -.vbv it c^-.--s tbe mc-st surface. E:-.e. ihe i-;-: _::��t
!_-::_; -.__ art:s-;c br.b  w.;h tbe lea_t eScrt     Trv it.
Fcr pclishing 1 :���������:���.   :�� a-.i furniture it is .sett-a!-:���
e -e r-. e s a_ u r r. r. rs z - '���: r ���; e i: - r:-.!': -; :���. u v. ::': b -. ���* cd.
L   e 1  knscs 5 Powdered Wat fcr ail d_._ac:_��_xrs.
Asi !: ::r. ������:.?'��� -;    The I rrrer Trea!_:er.: fcr
Flcc.-i.V.'.,.:     r_1r._Fur_1r._re    V  u cas jet
t_.e ^-.c-.u. .' -c.u;..u Frepw_r��u__i c:
Anderson & Lusby
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster

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