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 50MJM.E1, NUMBER 211
WESTMINSTER, B. C, MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1!>06.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
faYS LORDS WILL
FIGHT IT/JUT
ondon Correspondent of New York Herald Thinks There
Will Be a Fierce Battle Between Lords
and Commons in England.
UNIQUE VESSEL.
i'i
Nov.  11.���In a special
,  to-day,  the New
',,   u has the following:
'' ._,  .,..    .   0f  late years   han
R   ..   humdrum in its character,
.. ,    s ai  ihe presenl  time  a
.....    between the  bouse*
commons which promfseB
w   ....     ..      and   very fierce.
...... of lords Is J"1-' no* mau_-
., ,   icatJon bill in such a way
. ..,. ministers are left   with  but
a)ten    ...     They  musi either
i He bill or resign.    The;, do not
tto adopi 'ii" latter expedient, be-
i   ..,, mighi return irom the con-
fcenciea with .1 much reduced ma-
-,. an.l II :- very  well known that
'want to Introduce a home rule
... ,,���,.) al  tlie  next  session.
II goes withoul saying ihat the
swill rejecl any measure propos-
tied, while the house ol lords remains
as H is.
Tin-re are manj men on both si.les
of the house of lords who favor whal
ia Known as the "enabling" act, which
would empowei peers to sii in the
commons, Thej would rejoice to enter what is sometimes called the real
parliament
When the crisis arrives the hi ise
oi lords will be told thai thej an
utterly mn of touch with popular feeling, and thai they n< 11 intervene In
���he work of legislation excepi to mar
the handiwork of the house oi commons. It will 1 e declared thai their
principles of action are oligarchical
and autocratic while iliose of the
lower house are popular and democratic. The bulk of the members of
the upper house would say: "So goes
a theory which many observers are
much Inclined to doubt"
There are members of the bouse of
ogive home rule to Ireland, antl   peers who are  pn pan I   to meet the
wjll   begin  a    fierce   agitation   radicals when thej   talk about  "trust-j
DSt the uppei   chamber, nol   for
ji nit it. bui for ending it.
I,,., are henchmen oi  tJie prime
Ing the people," mul one of the proposals   whicli   i:   is   understood   will J
come from a peer or standing is that 1
li Henrj Campbell-Banner-   a bill establishing the referendum as
ate in private thai  It is  one of tie British institutions should
j        London, Nov. 11.-A remarkable vessel for the
��� royal navy is being fitted out alongside the shipyard
| of Sir James Laing & Sons at Sunderland. She is a
} sequel to an experiment made some time ago, when
j an old cruiser was converted at Portsmouth into a
j floating workshop to attend on a fleet at sea for the
, execution of repairs, the experiment evidently being
j very successful, as the vessel at Laing's is specially
j built for the same purpose, on much more extended
lines. It would, in fact, not be inapt to describe her
as a sea-going dockyard, so extensively is she being
��� fitted with shipyard and engineering machinery. A
, good deal of secrecy has been preserved with regard
j to her, all officials connected with her construction
| being sworn under the Official Secrets' Act. She was
j launched without ceremony some months ago and
t was christened the "India Brahma," which name
j might suggest that she was meant for an eastern
trader, but her internal fitting is now so far advanced
that her purpose is obvious and she is now officially
referred to as H. M. ship "Cyclops."
Externally what most distinguishes her is the
number of smoke-stacks and the positions of some of
them which are to carry the smoke from the foundries and workshops below. She is a vessel of 11,000
tons displacement, length 450 feet, breadth 55 feet,
depth 40 feet. An important part of the ship is the
electricity-generating station, as all the machines are
to be worked by electric motors, and of course she
will be fitted with wireless telegraph apparatus.
The vessel will carry a crew of about 300 men,
; mostly artificers, and is expected to be ready for sea
about next Easter.
inch,   inderstood as an  even es-j he Introduced,   This, h Is contended,
|alpari ol the radical programme, would take awaj from the radicals all
lhe rejection  of the home  ruLej excuse for denouncing   the  peers for
following  Uie "tinkering"   witb J their lack of democracy.
|, bill   bj  tin   peers, -will      The referendum hill would laydown
_���: neither liy dissolution ori that,   if,  and   whin,  the   two   houses
nation .   a superannuation   could not  agree as to the provisions
house of I : is.   A strong step  of auy bill, elthei house might In pass-
lit kind would involve grave con-   ing tht- bill in 'lie form described by:
ionai changes, hut  the house of   the other  house, Insert   without   fur- i
i will not crumble up like match-   ther debate or conference, a   proviso
as some radicals, presuming on   that before being submitted for royal
.a a majoritj   in  the house of  assent, the bill should  bi   referred to
:: :     >  fond of boasting. the electors  of the   'lot'.I  Kingdom.
. fact ;s thai 'lie social rights of   a |ho11 of the peopll   bi ini-- taken in the
���jeredltary orden In England are '��� manner   prescribed    hy   the  ad.    In'
rtrong, an i 11 British people are view of the coming Is, such a bin )lr .-(iy n __.j-t]f,,.(. j8 a ,���.,rsist.
itorespeol the social and local has actually been n ighlj drafted and , ,,, nu|1(M. in clrcu)atlon here to-night
k-ti',  if an      :.ii wealth and pub-   supporters of it  believe that such nc-   .,,.,  ^      Alfonso cd Spain has been
*                 ��� ���'���   ]"">"   "'   Io""da <'"" "n ,f"' Par1 ''  '"   !' '*'' "f '"r,!*   a  lassiaated   upon his arrival  in Main tha) ,':   'h>.   education   and would leave no ,i- iht in men's minds
lestli oa  i'   is  not  likely as to the acceptance i ' popular Bover-
of fhe nation elgrrty by the honsi  i ' lords,
emains  that   the      Whatevei hai   ���       one thing is ab-
:::-''         deeply   pledged  to solutefy certain, that thi   beginning of
|���: '          ���  rule bill, and ever-- a   fierce   struggle   between   the   two
how it can be set- houses is not fai off
STEAL A MARCH
IN THE NIGHT
Construction Gang on Great Northern Railway Spur Get
Across C. P. R. Track Under Cover of
Rain and Darkness.
The G.N.R. spur to Millside has now light was Inadequate for the work,
beeu pushed to a. point beyond thej and several of tin- crew narrowly eg-
( Pit crossing In the Brunette mill caped roiling down the muddy banks
yard, In Bpite of the fact thai jhe Into the Icy waters of the stream.
C.P.R officials were determined at all As soon as the pile driver was in
bazai Is tc prevent the construction position, the signal was given and
gang from crossing their track until cant hooks were put in operation with
tlie propel legal course had been pur- such good will thai the track ��as torn
sued. j up   in   a   remarkably  Bhort   space   of
rhi trick was accomplished on Fri- time, an] Uie big pile driver Instantly
ila;. nighl beneath the flickering light got busj driving home the piles right
ol feeble lanterns and a few Incandes beneath the spot where the track had
ceni lights which are used to light up bun. By lu o'clock the next morning
ihai section of tin' mill yards when' the pile driver and donkey engine
iccasion requireB. were once  more clear of the  track,
All night long, while citizens wer. wiih the piles driven behind them.
-i<i|ing in their comfortable beds, j Tlie track was Ihen relaid in a much
tin construction crew was working in more substantial manner than lt was
tie cold, driving rain, which had more before, and to the casual observer,
iliiin a slight breath of the mountain whose eyes were not sharp enough to
snow in ii. i detect that the piles beneath the track
When the C.P.R. officials got wise! were new. nothing appeared to have
to the fact next morning, the job wa.s j been disturbed.
about complete and the piles were It was only a short time after the
driven in readiness for the heavy ti-ii- work had heen completed when some
bers which sup] .ni the sleepers and of the C.P.R. officials put in an ap-
tails. Tin' move was a surprise even pearance, and they were not slow to
for the men who had been on the job express their dissatisfaction at what
liom the commencement, as the inten-  tbey considered the high-handed man-
Anarchists Plot
To Kill Alfonso
tion to go on with the work was kept
dark, W, A Gilley was in charge of
the pile driver, and H. O. Lyall, the
surveying engineer, was noticed on
the scene, but it is quite possible that
he had merely strolled oul in that
direction to see how things lookied, as
he is at present in Burnaby. The day
gang had been allowed to go home as
usual with the exception of the fore-
ner in which the railway builders had
behaved in the matter. They did not
want to block the G.N.R. In any way;
all they wanted was to have things
done in a regular manner. Under the
circumstances, they would not get out
an injunction against the G.N.R., but
the latter must not on any account
put in their diamond and run their
rails across, without the matter going
men, and new men had assembled Ihrough the proper legal process,
quietly foi the prosecution of the The G.N.R. men listened very eympa-
work. As soon as it was dark, the fun i helically, and were very sorry lt had
commenced. i occurred, and would not do It again���
In the first place, a platform had to as there were no more tracks to cross.
In    built   for the  purpose of bringing'	
passed     through    the
palace   without   unto-
. GOES CRUISING      i WORLD CONGRESS ON
EARLY IN NEW YEAR TUBERCULOSIS
i drid.
According to tin latest reports from
S ifl "a King Alfonso find Queen Vieloria have been spending a few days
a: Malaga, where the;, arrived on
N'ov. .: According to the Malaga despatch, the loca1 police had been advised before their majesties were due
thai suspecti I anarchists had suddenly disappeared from Barcelona, and
consequently   Ihe  mosl   rigorous   pre-
ception. They
streets to the
ward  incident.
It was ihe Intention of the royal
pail to return to Madrid at the expiration of theil  stay in Malaga.
A rumor of an alleged plot to kill
King Alfonso was published in the
morning paper of Madrid of Oct. 2.':.
Accoi ling to this report a stout wire
had been fixed across the high road
at a point which his majesty would
have to pass on his way back to
Madrid in an automobile, This was
found   shortly  before the  king's  auto-
the donkey engine and pile driver
across. This took much longer than
was at first anticipated, and it was
after 10 o'clock when the crew could
.congratulate themselves upon its accomplishment. It was an Interesting
Boene.    On   one side   was   the   dark
Nomination at Comox.
���lohn Oliver. M.P.P. for Delta, returned on Saturday from a visit to
Comox. While there he had the pleasure of attending the Liberal convention whicli gave a hearty and unanimous   nomination   to   D. B.   Bennett.
Brunette, along  which   the logs    are i formerly   headmaster  of  Cumberland
floated to (lie saw mill, gliding down
J lo the  '-"laser,  and on the other, hld-
! den from chance passers on the streel
hy   lhe  piles  of lumber and  the  mill
sheds,  were  1he  busy  workers.    The
public school. Mr. Oliver was also
present at political meetings at Cumberland and Courtenay, which were
well atlended and most satisfactory
from a Liberal point of view. '
cautii ns were taken for ihe protection   mobile was due to go by, and was re-
TELLS OF VATICAN'S
FOREIGN RELATIONS
IE
ice cf Wa'es Said to be Con-   Delegates   From   Nearly   AH  Civilized
I'emoiatincj  _ Term  cf  Service ;t Sea.
. 1    igh   ni ���   yet
i li _ rabject of
��� that the Prince
���    the
his flag
��� . ll     amis".
.:,.   ���  rward
���ni  11  the
t\. i       greatest bat-
re ���   ..   as she
Dl ���
:   hei
���   last  time
. in mand of
special
'    ���   and he
lo sea
In the  Dread    . .
. urate the
Countries Are to  Meet in New
York  Next Week.
nf the king and queen during their
stay In Malaga All the bouses in the
strei i   ' ��������� h    ���! ich their majesties
were to pa       arefully searched.
When  the  i '      m ! queen  arrived
at Malaga, thi ���   mei  with B cordial re
moved.
London, Nov, 11.���The Renter Tele-'
gram  Co.  has   received   b  despatch
from   Madrid  saying   the   report   that '
King Alfonso has been assassinated is
withoul  foundation.
sisls thai the Vatican must help it in
repressing what it considers to be rebellion in Poland, while the Poles are
counting upon the assistance of the
j pope.
��.
Press Despatches  Explain   How  Spain
and  Germany  Stand  Towards
the   Holy   See.
Washington. Nov.  ll. -    Delegates
trom Canada and ir' :n South American and  Europei n       mt li ���   are ex-
,,-,'.���: ��� i atten I thi    American intei
national    congn -���    ��� a    tuberculosis,
whii h  ��111   -��� 'a ' I  ir  Ni *   *>'��'-. beginning   We Inei la     and     - nl i ilng
Dg ih" tea I    b following    A   the
governments   ia   I he
.     .  ��� ; ���    rr. .    ���
||    j,   ,  .   ,���-        |
groa-   ui;:   urgi   I be
rentlve   le I ;.
ai, I the ad    '   n
s.iniiari'ini-
STOLEN SOCKS DRIVE
INDIAN TO SUICIDE
Beavfr    Deck     Hand    Finds    Apparel
Missing   and   Attemps   to
Hang Himself.
'    ,      ..a
a
lubi
anient!
Some
a
���
we Fall Into
A Deadly Snare
I1*"   i.,
Ja| -���
I
'������
���'
���yi. i
pen.
I
pre i
ifenlng bomb
Pethanski
:i'is morning
iking a search
i in- noise
uiible for a
���  entire   city
"HH'll    W"l-e
i be police
procla-
one of the
then went
a cur-
that the hod;, i.r a a Idii ". i ne of th
men killed, was bui -' I     ��� ������" a neigh
boi Ing roof,   The whole upper portion
of the hous,. fell In.    it  Is apparen
that a snare had I n arrangi d, ana
the police were lure I Into It, Thej
received a hint to search this particular house, which Is located in tie
Tartar qjiarter of :li" City, and which
has not beep Inhabited since the Tai
tar-Armenian massacres of last year
, !    - . '���   -a   ue .   I Is, in ���
, . i  -A iii hang in.
as   the     lalnlIve   crj   ol   Pal
an   Indian   de -    band en
n the Bteamer Beaver, on Sal
.. I ,    . ,   , ��hi ii  be   discovert! I
lhal  - imi "ic had purloine I  those In
ensable      tides   ol    wearing  ap-
���  fTOm  his locker.    Although he
.   this  threat in  the  presence ol
A, |.... ,.-, no one took his n
. . i ks   seriously, and   the    nen   dis-
,.: , i as   i- ial after theii -lay's wor,.
was ove     v.r Tommj was lefl alono
on the steamer, and, smarting under
utes,   Officer Johnston was also des-1
patched, and made his appearance in
double quii k   time, and   wailed   until |
the   misguided-   Indian   bad   been   re
Btored   to life  by   the  medical   man's
art, after  which  he took Tommy to
fhe lock-up, where be was  placed in
���ai.   keeping, and oul of the reach ol
temptation,    ll" will be charged with
i". mpting i" i oniniit self murdei this
morning,  and   will   probably     .... di
��� .ir, !  '"i   trial on that charge
Spoiled   Th. ir   Celebration.
Rome,  Nov.    11.   I.oca!   anan hi
attempt! I  to daj   a di monstratlon  I
. i mmemorate the hanging of the Chi-
onto  Hliarclllsls   nineteen    years ago
Thej  wen- dispersed by the police and
manj were arrested.   This demonstra-'
linn   coincided   with   lhe   anniversary j
of the birth of King Victor Emmanuel.
Rome, Nov. 11.���The Vatican denes
the repoi ts which pre lie a rupture
between Spain and the holy see. Vat-
li an authoiItles declare thai the differences between ihem and Spain
bave been v< ry much ex iggi rate I by
lhe Spanish liberal press, backed up
by French newspapers, and thai the
negotiations between Home and Madi Id are cm ii"d on iii a mosi friendly
mnnnei It Is pointed out that all the
m tnbei b of the presenl Spanish c i
net are good Cal holies,
The sii nation i etwi i n the Vatii bh
an l German ovei : be Polls h question is becoming daily more critical.
Two Famous Balloons.
Aix les Bains, Nov, 11.���The balloon
Milano, which was sent up from the
Milan international exposition, has arrived here after having travelled over
Mont Blanc.
Paris, Nov. II.���The immense dirigible balloon. "Le Ville de Paris." constructed by M. Deutsch, made its first
flight successfully today. The balloon was in the air for one hour anil
i overed a distance of 1:: miles.
Distinguished French Visitor.
Paris. Nov, tl.���General Brugere,
former commander-in-chief of the
Fn di h army, will leave here Bhortly
for a ���"!��� of ti" world, Gen. Bui-
gere's son i= a' present attending a
a llitar    bi li". ' '��� i ihe United States,
and in even threatening to endanger When In America, General Brugere
ihe existing good relations between win he the guesl of Presldenl House
Berlin and the holy see.    Germany in-   volt.
Will Excavate Ruins
Of Herculaneum
Arson and Robbery. '
Hlllsboro, Tex . N'ov.  11.���While attention  was directed to  two  fires in
.;���. .pp..til trickery of some unknown   n���. outskirts of the citj
party, he
' ,: ial
Home,
ov.   ll.   Professor Charles Victor  Emmanuel, as  superintendent
this morning.   Wnllstein,   professor   of  tine   arts   In of his organization, as well as that of
carrj   out   his   ,���,���,    hardware    store    of   Smith    *   King's college,   Cambridge.   England, Emperor William, King  Edward  and
Thomas,  in   the   business    center   of   will  arrive   here  sin rtl;.   for the  pur- President Roosevelt.
I ;-;,,    \\-    \a,   ster,    night   Hlllsboro, was dynamited  and partly  pose of perfecting an agreement with      The excavation of Herculaneum will
man on the C.P.N, wharf, heard   wrecked by   robbers.   After   an  ex-; (he   Italian   government   concerning| be a gigantic enterprise.   The work of
oanlng  sound  coming   from
, ...     ]., i, of the Beaver, and upon   injured
iting, ii" was horrified to find j Worth,  wa
I ,ij m  hanging from  the  rail  of   where the   explosion   occurred.    The   this end  have   been  accepted liy  tho the Dalian government in 1S66.   This
change of shots, in which no one was, ihe carrying oat of his project for the; digging up the ancient city was begun
excavation of the ancient city .of Her-   by  King Charles 111. in   1768,  and lt
eulaneum.     The   professor's   plans  to j was continued  under the direction of
Waller    Jeffries,    of    Fort
arrested   in   the  building
lumber   yards nf  Italian  government,  on  the condition   excavation has always been attended
, dec] a."   Midy (witching con-   fires  destroyed   Uie
M      Wenster immediately   o|f>    Wllkerson    and   several    small   that the participation of foreign coun-   with the  greatest  difficulty,  as over
loosened    the    noose   buildings,   causing   a   loss of  $ .0,000. j tries in  the  work  he only  under the
( a'
. neck, and telenhon-   n |�� believed that the fires were start-, form ot* private contributions, and that
New York Murder Trial. aro ^^  ^ .^^   ^ ^ & confederate of Jeffries.   Noth- there shall he no foreign official in-
NVw Fork' v" MHftl] *V'1S summoned, and  mg was taken from the store of Smith  terference.
'" (lame.
Hi" explo-   Gillette, for the murder of his meet-
Dr,
Prof.  Waldstein has se-
the ruins of the ancient city there
stands to-day the town of Resina, with
20.000 inhabitants. The location of
Resina  has often  made it necessary
'   ' reai    heart, begins to-morrow.
��� i   a the
scene in a few min-   & Thomas.
cured lhe active co-operation of King' to abandon research work. THE DAILY NEW
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THE STORY OF LIGHT' DEADLY JUSHROOMS.
EARLY     5CCNCE5     AND     LANTfcR..5>
CANDLE5TICKS  AND   LAVPS.
TrHKi,. InrlHrnt of lh��- An.-ipio
( Baton of i arrjinR Klanil.t-aa_ al
_-r.li.al. _ llrtiTki of ih.- Pbrtif
������llolilini;  u   C ��ndl.    to   Von."
There was a panic of a curious orig :
about the beginning of the eleveutl
ceutury. It v.as widely believed ti...
the year 1000 would witness the eud o;
the world, and this superstition caused
a very general stagnation of Lndustrj
and commerce. Such panics have oc
curre.l at irregular intervals ever since
the last one being within the memorj
of tin- present generation and inspire'
by Mother Shipton's prophecy:
The wnrld to an ���.���nd shall com?
In eighteen hundred eighty-one.
However, as soon as people becan,
convinced that the world was not reai
ly going to come to an end in the yeai
lfJOO, they resumed their work am'.
play, and tbe making of lamps an,.
candlesticks, like other manufacture^
entered upon an era of prosperity
Monasteries were famous schools fo:
th.> work, as for all other forms
handicraft, and paid | ullar atten:. i
to  the beautifying of limps and  can
dlesticks I an f their usefulness
church  services    Inning the eleven!
century   Dlnant,   in   Belgium,   becan
famous far its copper work, and ��.... ���
of  tii"  most   beautiful  chandeliers   i
this period were made there.  At abou
this t::.." tii..' "couronne des lumiercs
or cr. li- of lights hung  from th" co
ing. became a common device for : -..
ing a church,  and  -ome of  these  i
exquisite works of art.
In tii.- period, too, various devici
for Improving and shielding tin- ;..-'
came  into  use.    Our ancestors
very  practical  ] pie, and  if s,'p  ��� ���
their utensils appear to us somewb
singular it I - !,���-. ause wc do not un '���
stand tip. purpose for which they wi
used.    It is rare indeed to Bud a:.
cumbersome   addition   to   a   lamp
candlestick which lias not its us,.. T
old time silversmiths and copper w .;���:.
ers  did   not  spend  their   strength   ������
mere decoration,
The sconce and tin- lantern were i
general use throughout the mkU'.l
ages. The sconce was a light eovere
uud guarded from the wind, lift i
down liy a handle, and distinct fre
the lantern, serving somewhat ���'���
same purpose, but hung liy a chain.
Lanterns 'n the thirteenth centr.r;
were made of gold, silver, copper n
iron, according to th" means of ���'.
owner. The light in them was sh I
ed from the wind by thin sh""'- ���
horn. Lantern making was au Imp
taut industry in Paris.
At this time, too, noblemen and r:<-
merchants took to having lusuri
little traveling equipments mad" f
them, and among these wer,. trav ':
candlesticks and wash basins In i',.
tine enameled work, the secret .
which is now- lost
The custom of li ivlng servants ,	
flambeaus   at   festivals   also   been
general about this time, and a stra.  '
and travric Incident is connected  wil
this   fashion,    At   a    ball    given    I.
Charles   VI.   the   torches   carried   b
some careless servnuts came too i ���
the   bead tresses   of   certain   pers . .-
dressed as savages and set  them o:
tire    The   unfortunate   guest I   wet-
burned to death, .and tbe king at i
sight lost bis rea-mi. a madness wh
had a Berious effect ou the history o
Franc,..
Magi,; lantern- were Invented In '
time of King Francis I.   A device oa .
somewhat sip,ilar plan was us",l i - i
sign before shop doors to attract i
torn.
Lamps fall into disfavor at the beg
ning of the seventeenth  century-
were used only by the poor and In |
sages  and   stables   where  the   si
could evaporate and n  great de
light   was  needed,   Candles had the
reached   their   perfection   and   can
sticks  their  most exquisite  form,
candlestick of crystal given by Lot:
XIV. to La Valliere is still in existe
and i:  was at this time also that I
crystal pen ���   me Into fashion.
Streel Illumination was not serious!;
atten   ted lu P iris until about the u
die of tbe se. enti enth century .   fn
first years of that u ital i nturj
Btreets of  Paris were dark.   The rl !
��ei ������   esi .,'"...1    by    lackeys    beai.. -
torches,  tbe middle cluss  folk  pi I
tb ar n ay. lantern In hand, while i
I i   slid ;   .ag, feeling their
th" flails.   In liis edict of Septeni pi
1007, the king provided that candles
cl ised   tn  n  cage of  glass  should
huiiL- by ��� irds at th,. bolg.il of the I r
,iory of the hulls", three lanterns :'
every  Btreet, one at each end and oni
iu the middle.   At tbe sound of a bo'.
struck   by   a   watchman,   they   woi
lighted.
Paris was. however, considerably :
advance of other cities of the world ti
this time, In London link boys stooi
about in public places calling out i:
lugubrious tones. "Gentlemen, a light'.'
Tb" origin of the phrase "holding th,
candle to you" is somewhat doubtful
but sei!" authorities trace it to tin
fact that, as the small light stand ba.
not yet been devised, any one who d"
sired to read in bed bad to have a ser
vaut stand beside hlm to hold the cut,
die. ("in,., cannot imagine that reading
lu bed under these circumstance!
would be very enjoyable, certainly n...
to one who had been accustomed to soi
Itude aud a gas jet easily turned on oi
off. but there Is everything in habit.
Ons Logic.
It ea mo im nl*-  supposition.
BInks- I believe that Mary docs no'
love n'e any longer. .links Did She 811}
as much. BinltH No. but she let her
little sister sit in th" parlor with us
last, evening.���Woman's Home Coai
���.union.
THE
3EAJTIFU-     BUT     VENOMOU.
AMANITA   FAMILY.
HOUSES ARE SELLING  RAPIDLY
Bei.-uli    ihr    riraainK    Exterior    a
Thin     Brilliant     linioi     Lark*
\ Icinuft  Poi. , ui  That  I.  Fatal  to  tl,.
Lit*-,   of Mrn and 1 attle.
In the dark shade of lofty pine tree
said under spreading oaks in mo-
open woods a mushroom is found -
remarkable in color and graceful i:
form that its lieauty has excited a
miratiou for hundreds of years. Tb
color of its bright orange cap and ll
chalk white stem and gills ls heigh'
ened by the surrounding darkness o
tbe woods and presents a contrast .'.
singular as it is beautiful.
But beneath the pleasing exterior ol
this brilliant fungus a poison !ur'.;s -
fatal  t>  the  lives of men  and  car
that  it  is called  the  deadly  amaui-
aud in different countries mothers cr.
tion   their  children   to   beware   of   i'-
charms.
Amanita   muscarla,   the   deadly,   ,.-
fly. amanita,  is completely  incased  to
a fleece-like covering during thi- ear'
stages .,f is growth,  which make.,   i
decidedly   i gg   shaped   iu   form.     A
the stem lengthens this covering eitl
adheres in loose pitches to the top ���
Ui" "iip or it slips away nml forms
sheathing to tiie cup at the base of ti.
stem.
Another inner covering breaks av..
in its turn from th" cap as th" mu
room expands and forms a conspii u
co I ir   about   tl, ���   upper   part   of   ti,
stem.   Tlie bulbous base "f th" st?i
and   t'i".-..  ruptured,   fleecy  cover
are  proi. mnced  characteristics  whi
are most helpful in distinguishing tb
dangerous fungus from the other v..:-'
ties of mushrooms.
It   is   Btrong,   free   from   pests   a"
grows to a height from four to slsl ���
inches.   In color the cap Is somct
bright scarier, again orange or yell ���
or reddish in the center and light yel
low toward the edges, and it  has  n
tlceable  wartlike patches  spread ove
the toil.  On old plants the color fad
out. and late ln the season particul irl
forms of the deadly amanita are t iu
which are almost white.   Tiie stem
easily  separated   from   the  cup  at   i
base.
This mushroom i.s more gen.-:,:.
known than any of tlie other poison
ous species. It has long been used ti
a tly poison in Europe, and it takes i:
name, muscarla, from the Latin wor
for a fly. Its poisonous effect upon hn
man beings begins a few h.,urs afte
it has been eaten. The symptoms ar
nausea and faintness, with cold per
spiration and stupor, followed ia .-
vere cases by death from a gradu
weakening of tbe heart.
A string emetic should be given i
oti"". and in all cases a physic.;
should be called. Sulphate of atro;i
is th" only known chemical air;-'.
for this poison, and to save toe path.
it must be promptly administere I
hypodermic injections.
The   poison   may   also   be   absorb'
through the p.re. ,.f the skin, and :���.
ca-.., of poisoning have been produ
by  simply  holding an  amanita   in  ;:.
closed   band  or   breathing   its  exbal
tions in a warm room.
If poisonous mushrooms are pai-:. ���
in the same box  with edible ones th
virus from the poisonous fungi  i- a ���
snrbed   by   tiie   harmless   mushr
ami tbey become as dangerous to e
as the original offenders.
In certain countries th" deadly a:..
nlta seems ti lose some of its viruler.
cy,  and   in   tin-  north   of   Russia  au
parts nf northeastern Asia it is use; i
the saui" manner as wipe for it-  . .
t ixlcating effects.   The mushrooms :
gathered in let weather and ar" ht:
up in tlie air t > dry or they are so::
times pi"k'"l  fresh and put Into ���
or sail""-,   a small amount swall
������ bole I - enough t , produce a daj - .
' ixication.
Another   fai illy   dangerous   me
of  the  ... family   is  tb"  i ��� ���
c:;p (Am miti   : a .:: >ides . a  beau   .
mu ���!"" .'.:   ������ ',:���-!,   also   gr m*s   in   :'
woods, especially in pine forest -.   11 .
not sa  highly  c dored as  the de
amanita, .and.  unlike that  mushro ...
It has a smooth, satiny cap.    It is usually white or straw colorer^ but spec
: mens are f mnd which are light bn  '
green, yellow aud spotted.    Th ���   I
is while and  irly smooth, au I  t .
cup at the base of the stem i- ii. ��� u
bly present.
The death cup is even more polso
ous than the deadly amanita nu I
stands first among all noxious fu
for its poisonous qualities. It grow-,
In the eastern and middle -tap's and
In particularly large quantities near
the city of Washington.
Another amanita (Amnnlta vcrnusi,
found in the woods lu spring, is also
very poisonous nnd may be told by
Its color, which ls a creamy white
throughout.
Although it is said that the amanita.
nre the only mushrooms which have
proved fatal to human llfe, there are
other varieties which cause such neiitel
distress that it is well to guard against
eating them.
The boleti, for instance, have several
varieties which arc nonedlble, a I thou rth
many kinds, on the other band, make
delicious   food.    The   boleti   are   distill
gulshed  by   a   sponge-like  surface  o'
pores Instead of gills beneath the cap
The harmful varieties are bitter, as ������
rule, nnd change color to blue or re
when cut or broken. The edible van"
ties remain white. Annie Oakes ITlllil
ington in Youth's Companion.
Jump Right In  and BUY  Before the Inevitable Ri
we/
Vacant Lots in All Parts of the City From $50.00 Qnd n
TO
Look
2-storeyhouse,eight rooms,
water, bath, etc., four lots,
residential section, only
$2700. Enquire at once.
One ani a hal: lots, Sapperton, jus-
off Columbia street and Brune-'ae. only
$1,000.   Terms to be arranged.
Corner of Siva street and Fourth
avenue, house and seven lots, orchard,
fruit trees, etc.. $3,100. half cash.
Ha:-- ,:. i : ..: -i.v- i ; .- b . cms,
on Princess s-reet. near Sixth avenue,
good garden, fruit trees, only $950.
House. 10 rooms. \c, lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh streel
:.��� Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,40 '.
House on Fourth Btreet, _,".:��� Sixth
avenue,    six   rooms,   all   ruivlera improvements, $1,400.
House, eight rooms, on St. George
street, corner Fourth, $2,500; easy
terms.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
storeys,  seven  rooms;  a real snap at
$2,500.
House  an 1  full  size I  lot, come
Twelfth   street   ani   Fourth   aver.:'.
$800. \c, storeys.
Be-w.-en  Fifth   a:; i   Sixth  avenues
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
iiaid-cn. -'.,:.:������ :,-. I i iiii-r.e:. ':     - ��� . !' .".
size i   lot,  tvt i   storeys.  $1,0.	
$2,500.
A Bargain
Seven-roomed cottage,
full sized lot, near Fifth
Avenue and Fourth Street,
price $1,200. $400 cash,
Balance on time.
Best Buy in City
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1100 cash.
House on Royal ,i:i i Eighth Btre it,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
: it, $2,000.
Two-storey   b mse,   it i de,  chicken
two full  si/a-1  lol -.  all  modern
Improvements, Third  street, between!
Fourth   an 1    Fifth    aven ;������-.   $2,250.
$1,500 i ash; goo i map
Hi.' ��� oo med h mse, all modern lm-
provemeni b, flne : icatlon, i orner i f
F ���; th street and C irn u ��� m, $5,000,
m i-ha    ��� isb
[ous     ind fui     Ized lot   on Sixth
stn el  an i   Prin   two stor-
". -. onlj   $1,400.
B��ardifag '   ' oon   I
streer',m" ���������     ,., ij
rente at |36 per     ,    , ��J
^.500. ^'l
ra^t-roomed ,.,
conveniences, on Ca _   .., ,:������
Sixth streei. two ^ "
One  house   an ;   .       ..^ ^   ,
Elghth   Btreel   ' !ueea-a a,,1
$1,900. '
One  hou-    ...   -        Kik
Eighth    -��� ".������
' '  en 6 ���!���������_
$300.
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 rooms
bath,   sewer connections
all modern improvement!!
splendid locality, $2800j
Terms arranged.
FARMS
RANCHES
160  i   es, Langlej', 25 under cultiva-  terms:   fruit   lands;   see   is fo i in   handle   this,   lon't   delay;   It's  a   x  32;   it   posi   I  i
tion;   house,   barn,  sheds,  etc. all  In   titulars
good   repair;   a  snap   at   $3,000.  half
cagn t" acres near   ���. Move, $7
| see us for fullei   pari li u irs
160 acres good farm land in Delta,
about 3% miles from river, near Scott      168 acres, Coquitlam, 10 icrea  dear-
road, $12     -   acre: a rea! good buy.      ed, near Black's ranch. $2,000.
Sand 10 acre blocks In Surrey, three      '""* acr *' Bil-- "���   Lake, $100 ;
miles from the river, $10 [ier acre
S ' a "res near Junction, $400.
i   ..-.
���.  -        tern    can be arrange i
160   teres,  sect! in  25, township   16,
-1..  miles from  Abbotsford;   50 acres   schools, churche   :���
iottom, $1,200, half cash.
160 ai res, tovs n ship  11.  section  15,
�� . miles from I-" irl Langlej ; 5 acres
I, $1,000. one-third cash,
VERY  SPECIAL.
stables, three
2 span horses;   ne tr D . . ���
��� \
er lands twii e a daj
timber, fir   an I never  4
'   '--." I.     $2,  ;.',;.|
timber;  carriage     ��� 6 x 21
a i,... made ol   bi we : e     |
mortar,  12  \  30;   a i nee  il
time, $3,000. $4,1	
8 I  acres of lan I  near Suth ��� ���] md's
mill,  In Sui          good  house, 6 acres . res,   Westminster district,  40   percent.
20   acre   blocks,    fruit   lands,   near   cleared;  onlj  $1,000,-.,-,   terms ...   .,,,���..  cuitlvalioni   ,,,  acres or-
Junction. $20   ier acre. ,                                160  icres, ail fe
'"ai   ac-.-     Imnrm-st   land          lt.Hi I    acres   -��� :'a'A aerri"-   planted                                                                        .
���      '" ���  ���" improved  ian ��� i             tivation,  good   wati                  A
160 acres in Surray, near Brown &   md  sheds complete, near Cloverdale; *'��� -      ���      ilder bottom land, running   school   all   readi             tlvatioaj
Coulthard'.- ranch. $7  per acre:  good   all  under cultivation, $15,000.    [f you spring    louse IS x 22; frame barn   IO   Chilliwack, $75   ���
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokei
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
SPROTT - SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
I    336 Hastings St. \V . Vancouver.
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
We Are Clearing Oi
Bookkeeping. Gregg and Pi'ruan
Shorthand, Telegraphy and En-
ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY, Nov.  12th
A LOT OF
���      6
gineering.
Seven Teachers
|  Forty-Fivz   Typewriters j
[   Students Always in Demand.   J
{ R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal !
i .
^���������������������*  ��-W^^��__^����^^^-_��__��__l   _��4
China Tea Cups and Sauce)
at $2.25 per dozen.
The Regular Price is $3.(
Sign of the Cross   rer dozen.
The   Dramatic   Event   cf   the   Se_scn
Wilson   Barrett's   Masterpiece,
THE
��� ' _-_���
LTndi      lirectl  :.   ol   R,  G.   Cra Tin.
:���'    s e n t e d b    B e n G
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
-    .    ,       _ ,   ���   ,       r. "'���      "    '���''"'     '���   ���-       '���     '-���'
I-..nt of 4th Ave.   Cor. l'Jth  Street
, roduce 1.    Mo mt< I in a  - imp
Ne* Westminster, B.C. de
	
'
All kinds of Ship  repair     "       '   ' ' '  1; '     '      Store
\\ 011\.
Ship and Scow   Building!   pl ^-s"-co- 7-- ���"��" '--��� aaiiery,
a specialty. ���*���"'**���
Estimates   promptly fur- T     ,       r     n .
nished. Tenders for Debentures
ADAMS & DEAN
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster, B.C.
After-
Dinner
MINTS
25 cents
=A BOX=
I'lnn.
An exchange nskH, What becou o.. ���
all  the  pins?   Why. they  fall  to th
earth and become terrapins.���AUar.ti
Journal.
Better an "gg today than a hen
morrow.- German Proverb.
Ryall's
SEALED T 1NDERS ���.. I ie recelv-
������ I ij the un li . Igne , ip to the L9th
day of November, 1906, for the purchase of debentures of th ��� Fourth
itreel si wer, Cltj of N ��� v Westminster, :: C, imi intlng to lv, ���::���. thousand d iliar3 i J20.000.00), an 1 bearing
Interea ��� the rate of Ave pi - cent.
; '���:��� unn::,.!. payable half-yearly, th ���
principal and Interest being payable
al the iffice of the Bank of Montreal
in New Westminster, B.C.
The tenderer must state the ne!
price he will pay here.
The Corporation doe., not hind ll di
to accent any lender.
\V   A. DUNC \N.
Clt;. Clerk.
Cltj   Hall,  New  Westmlnste . B.C
November 3, I:. 06.
The wonderful progress of Canada i_ illustrated by the fact thai U*J
finest Cocoa in the world U made there.
COWAN'S
perf; ction
COCOA
Is tbe purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
BEST   ON   EARTH
THE MONARCH RAN<
It utilizes all  the heating power of the   hard   coal.  *.*'"
coal
They \
coke.    Ordinary steel   and cast iron   ranges are   fuel   wastei             ,
work  well   until   the   bolts become   Iccse where steel is be:'.;;:! to      \
The Monarcn ran-je is different.    It  is constructed with  male
.... .....   .-I���   in n11
ptitq
_>��,_<. store    ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
frames, to which the steel is rivetted,   net bolted.    It  l�� ��n^
thst absolutely   air-tight joints can   be   made.    There  is no stov
Vcnarch  air-tight  seams ���no danger ot  leaks.'
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & BRYS0|
NEW WESTMINSTER.       VANCOUVER- THE DAILY NEWS
RISING   SUN   PLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.  G. DAWSON, Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouvei
[rains & Steamers
p K    MAIN   LINE.
.,, y YV   '    :". aw X. W.  11.35.
C.p.R. MISSION BRANCH
r( y w   - 30; ar. Seattle 15.50.
I  . sea        - 10; ar. N. W. 18.40.
PR  WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.
|ave X, YV   8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.::."..
.. N \\   9 15, 11.35, 16.40, IS.40.
Igreat northern railway.
,,N, VS. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
,N. \Y. ..35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.in
V, W, k y.���VANCOUVER
, N VS. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
. Vancouver ..:;_ a.m., and 4 p.m.
0. X. Ft.���PORT GUICHON.
li.'.. N. YV. 9:35 am.;   ar. Guicboa
p p.ni.
Lv. Guichon, . :40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
; ii, ,,_d ti p. m.
ODdays only.
C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50,  6.50, 1
!._.__., and every half hour there-
|er till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver  for Westminster at
ne tours.
|Fraser River and Gulf
L"P RIVER.
from N YV. Mnn. Wed. Frld. _ a.m.
From Cbwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
ia���
*rom X. YV. Tu., Th.. Sat. 8 a.m.
rom Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
I    ���'��� N RIVER.
"bosler-
Fran" X. YV. daily, ex. Sat. antl Sun..
|-   *" ���' p.m.
�����'��� trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
JN s''  ���     n, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
p- Wp Sal irday, 5 n.m.
'' :        Y AXD ISLANDS.
pn N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
Irom Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st, I
7th, i:uh and 20th of each month foi
Ashousit and way points;  leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, fur Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on  20th
of each mouth for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  Xew   Westminster on  Mon ;
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
and   Friday  at   2    p.m. and   Saturday
at 2 ]i. m. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
I Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at!
7 a. m.;  Friday at G a. ni. additional I
(yip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and  Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chllllwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at  _  p. m., 2nd
and   16th  of  each   month,   calling  at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola!
on  second trip. Time on  arrival  and
departure are approximate.
For reservations mid information
cal] or address
ED. GOULET, j
Anent, New Westminster.
E. J. TOYLE.
Asst. Gen. Puss   Agent, Vancouver.
I    YV. TROUP,
General Suner'ntendent, Victoria.
Gen. Ageut, Freight Dest.,
Xew  Westminster.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAV
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily | NEW ji    Dailv
Leave] WESTMINSTER! Arrive
HiL'Uain Blaine, _.elllhg-|3:00 pin
4:35 pm ham     Bnrling-|9:55pm
'ton,   Mt.   Ver-I
'non,     Everetl '
Seatile        and
Portland. |
St. 3:00 pm
:00pm
.: 3ii pm Spokane,
Paul    and    ail!
points  East.
W.20 am Anacortes,
IWoolley,     andl
IRockport.
��� : eu pm Vancouver 19:20 am
9:55 pm| |4:36pm
Lv. Xew Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. ni. Ar. Guichon
c p. m., Monday, Wednesday,
Friday
8:45 a. in. ar. from Guichon,
9:30 a. m. Lv. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2��� Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, st.
I_ouis and  all  points East.
For complete Information
rat"s, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
Xew  Westminster, B. C
8. G. YERKES, A. O. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St.. Seattle. Wash.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with tlie Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R,
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers     Falls    with
, stage r*-ii!y for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
iooi.
Leave Day Train Arrive
]  9.20 am Spokane   ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 pm Rossland  ....4.10 p.m
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
{Northern Pacific! Grand Trunk Ry.
The only  railway  running  through
I 1 sleepers and tourist cars.    lies! equip-
I   ment
(      Train lo: Seattle leaves al 8.no a.m
Eastern Express at 15.40.
For rates,   reservations   and otbei
particulars apply to
ED. (Kll'LET.
C, P. It. Agent,
New Westminster
E. J.  COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger    Ayent,
Vancouver.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
7.!.". .i.m. 6.40 p m.
'���'''���
7 45 a in. 11.35 a.m.
���      .1 11,:. 9.00 a 111.
" ;". a.m 3 i" p.m.
a.m. 2.00 p.m
' :0 a.m. 9.00 a m
'���'���;��� ni. 1.16 p.m.
:n. 11.00 a.n
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
11.33 a m
:.     6.00 ; 11.
;        na. 11.00 p.i
' 12.00 m.
|na*Wp,ufic Railway Co.
Br"Kk  ' a  Coast Line
'Ice.
TIMC   TABLE
3. c   r
-  ie Service.
' -*'* "     ROUTE.
es Vai
a   9   1907;
Travel on the Famous
'���NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    I_nw Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS FAST
Steamahir Tickets on Bale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
R.-.tes   to   Southern   California
For full informtion call on nr write
i'. F. FAN',. General Agent,
430 Hastings St, Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. < HARLTON,
Portland, Ore, V '������    A
WHEN  GOING EAST
1.SK  I HE TH KET AGENT
TO Sl ND Vi IU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yen
BETWEEN"
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Excellent Train Service Between    ATLANTIC  STEAMSHIPS
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
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18,000  lEMfEESS  OF   IIHITA1N |I4,_Uj
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Portland, Boston,
Ard all th" principal businesscenterBof
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAIM
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via N aj ara Falls. ,
For 1 in e Tabii  . etc., address
GEO.   W.  VA_>:
A   . tnnt Gen'l Pa   engi r and Tickel
Agent, : 15  .dam   St.. Chii ago, III.
Travel in the same way as your l��,;
ters.    It   is   ih" quickest, safe     . _ I
mosl econoinii ,1!.   From SI  .lohn, I" c.
Isi   ami   Dec    15th.    For   pai ti   liai
1 pply lo
ED. GOULET,
C.   P.   R.   AGENT.
A  BRAKE ON   SUCCESS.
'I :t�� 11 r�����.11 tit Mat-Inn i:.f-ii��4*N wil*
I..111.4I Any Mnn'_ Career,
Good excuses have kept bad. mn��>j' 1
a mnn from renllxing n prosperous 1 1
reer, Once you cd the excuse mukluit
habit formed you might ns well have :i
Imll inui chain nttuelied to your ne,_
so far as your prospects for rising 1 1
tlie top are concerned.
There nro two kinds of excuses wh   1 |
keep a clerk In the business world 1
cupylug 11 clerk's position when be
capable (has ii in hlm) to be sometli
better If be only would,   The first c
of excuses are the oues he makes 1 1
himself.     These  are  often   lis  enerva!
Inj;, subtle and death dealing us 1 .<���
iinsij cigarette.
A clerk sees 11 piece of work wh ell
he knows ought to be done today, lie
knows Hint lhe besl interests of 1'ie
business require that lhis work should
nol he put oft until tomorrow, But Iia
lr.11 nol yet reached a polni where ,'c
realizes that his employer's luter. ���
nre Identical with his own. nud p ������������
haps li" was mil lute last bight ll 1 I
feels a hick of ambition today. S 1 lie
excuses himself from doing the w '.,
im the groUUd that "the Ipohh" dill '
tell liiui lo do It today,   After soollii:i_
his conscience with this specious im ,
till dope he puts ill his spare time re 1
lng about the way Blobett knocked u 11
Casey iu twenty-one rounds. Bevc.-il
days later when the neglected WO'.'l
comes under the eye of "the hoss" oui
Clerk   is  asked   why   Ile  did   not   do  I.'.
ami he then repeats bis BtereotypcJ
excuse thai he wasn't "told" to do .:.
For such 11 one the gateway to uncoils ulways barred.
This brings us to the second kind 0:
excuse.   Hint   made   lo  one's   employe'
nf ihe Iwo this latter kind of excuse I
the less Injurious I" the clerk's ilia .������ '
of   advancement,    When   he   excu
himself  from  doing  obviously   Imp  ���
tun!   work   he   instills   into   his  0   _
mind a suiiile mental poison, n don'l
rare a hm;: essence lhal breeds lack
backbone, luck of concentration, lack i
r-oiiiiiiuiiy inui application    He wen .
ens and Incapacitates himself fnr ai on
when he excuses himself lo himself he
cause he will H1e1111lte1111ll11wl1is111i.il
lo dwell on eXCUBGS BO weak lhal h '
would    ueVW   dream    of   giving    Hie...
verbal utterance In the presence of his
employer.
Ami when he hns once sei the men
Ini lm lilt of excusing himself he , ������<
ou aud on bin Iin 1 the fetters wh ch
will 1 ue , , hold him back from i.'iy
rise. It Is now only a short step t
Qudlng   good   excuses   for   nol   do 111
whli he has heen (old I" do. Then .'.
little  I nr'hei  along mi  the "ame line li
will he Btrange Indeed If bo doe., u.l
Iiiini himself on ih" bool loe thai 1
vale.   He-   Incompetent   and   depo I 1
them outside in lhe cold world.
Shun exeuics.    Snare Moments.
MN HUB CONDEMNS
PMESIDENTS ACHON
Resolution Accusing  Roosevelt of Despotic  Conduct   in   Discharge   of
Colored TrooDS, is Pasted.
''im im.aii. <>.. Nov, 11. lu resolu-
1 ons which do. ��� 1 lbe the action of
President Roosevelt In discharging
1 roe companies of negro troops from
ti " army for attacks on citizens Of
Texas n^ "a despotic usurpation of
power." ihe Union cluh insi hIkIii condemned the action of the presldenl.
The resolution stated that he Ims de-
parted from his position In "holding
open the door of hope io the negro."
\   copy   will   le   senl   lo congress   with
1 request thai the president's power
in such mallei..; be restricted,
Cheaper R.tes on G.N.R.
The readjustment of the c ,\. it.
raies irom Seattle to New Westminster and Vancouver, which win take
place on Monday, Dec, 10, shows a
in.111 e.| decrease In the freight
charges, a circumstance which will be
welcomed by all shippers on both
shies nt the iiu". as ih" readjustment
Is imi   confined  lo  these two cities,
lull affects nil Station! hei ween Seal
tie and Vancouvei. The nev, schedule
of rule.-; was received here ou Satur
day, hm win nol go into effect until
tiex. month, as thirty days' clear no-
Hoe must be given 1.efore any change
is made, The new charges, compared
with those ai present In force, show
u decrease of ten cents per mo pounds
on freight In classes 1, 2, ::, 1. the new
rule being 20c, while I6e Instead ol
_0c win be charged on classes 5, A,
B, C and  11.    Fifteen cents will also
be   chained   011' goOdfl   classed   ns   E,
the old rate being i:i'.e. The readjustment was decided upon at a meet
inn of the directors of the G.N.R. hei 1
recently, when they decided that the
conditions governing trade on this
portion of their lines justified the re<
ductlon,
The Queen City arrived In port yesterday morning and brought In a large
conslgnmi nl ol general merchandise
froi 1 Vli toi In fo loi il and tip rl\
.1 "i 1 hanl 1, Thi re wi re also ahout
!00 bale ol rice for Chinese me
1 hanl n,
'The Milwaukee" Westminster Iron Works
NCOuv
ER.  VICTO
IW,.;
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P. rn.
THE TRAIN"  OF  FAME
���     eattle   IHE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embi lies the m vest   and best ideas
fnr   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted Wil
both electricity ar.d gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. 'The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, stan
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
.ar. reclining chair car_ (seats free),
modern day coa hes ind buffet, library and smok ng
F  r Time Tables,   F  Ider       r  any
further inf rm iti a a ot
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, V\ ��sh
ROUTE
Pr''       ���  :torla.
��TftB at 1 p. m.
"*-������       -VESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Stearr
Hueen City.
���it. 7 a. m.
I lays.
'<AIMO ROUTE.
8-8. Joan
except Sat-
.    in. Sat-
'The   Pion'*r   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
N .   trains   in   the   service   on   any
-    -     I in the world tl al  equal   in
equipment thnt of the ' hii ago,  Mil
-.   -���   Paul  Railway,    They
-,..-:    nd    pei ��������� the r ovi n    lei ping
I dining     1     n   111 their tra n - and
.  ������    r patroi       n exi ellence  of
...   .    ��..   1 ........ nerei
H  S. ROWE. Genera! Agent,
tii Third St.. co. Alder. Portland, Or.
TAK E
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CO! CARCROSS, ATLIN,
.      RSE,    DAWSON    and
-     Daily  trains  (except
--      _    passengers,    mail.
-   -ru    connect    with
- ss and White Horse,
-   ning a through winter service.,
por   -���   --it . n apply to
J   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic  Manager
Vancouver. B. C.
iii:\'i:i;.\l. M viii.M'; ami i NUlNK
WOKK.
SHIP SM1TH1NO, mill".!, and
STItrcTI'KAl,  IKON     WOKK
Ornamental   iron   worn,   including
Fences, Gates, Flre liscapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
.Ited.
JOHN REID,
BEOBUi H 1 iti.i'.i.
\e��  Westminster, r. u. 474.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia Ht.
laggaga delivered    promptly to  a.
' part of tlio city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
I   ''flco 'Phone 1_5.      Warn-_-.mone 137
���
I
v
V
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:���:
(Plain Tips)
Turkish Cigarettes
1 Sc per box.
>::<*::ccco":c<co*:c<<o:*o:;cc^^ CHE DAILY NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub
b_hlng Company, Limited, at their
itfices corner of Sixth a^d Front
(���'reels. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
Managing Director.
.J. C. Brown
.  ' V ERTISING RATES.
Translen. display advertising, 10
cents per ine nonpariel) 12 lines to
tbe inch. F.ve cents per line tor
sutsequent 'usertious.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
.-onts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Foi time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 60c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
vord No advertisement taken for
I98_ than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office    A22
Night  Office   	
Of course vour grocer has
WINDSOR TABLE. SALT.
He will send it to you always, if
you specify WINDSOR.
hance 1 vadue would mean ., ver. large
increase in the revenue of the F: iv-
inee. Under the McBrlde-Green administration, it will mean a very I i -ge
profit for the speculators The Government pleads that the la-.v compels
It -.) allow thi. : I '��� il -, ������ ulation. It
is the same Government which male
the Kaien island grant in plain iefl-
ance of the law.
B22
A contemporary, arguing that a certain word is "good English," cites as
authority recently published American
lictionaries, thus proving th i grass
is not the only thing which enjoys
perennial greenness In this glorious
climate of ours.
��� BJ IgSgPJ
MONDAY.  NOV.  12,  1906.
CURRENT  EVENTS AND  ECONOMICS.
The   Victoria  C lonlst, 1 hief  organ
IcBridi   Gove   ....:.'. has our
ci n- tions    foi    ���'.:..!    thi;-    are
svoi ,on the verj fran . an i can lid"
statemi n of good ild Toi. I ictrine
con aim I   In leading   e litorial  of
Fridaj last
The occasion is the Colonist's
..-.. 0 ��� -- - - ime c - esp indent's
ettei :. ' he laboi question, an 1 in
making 1 el isal it sets : irth 1 hai I -
riews on "the fundamenlal principle
of ou ��� om im 1 sj stem"���be they
right or wrung���ARE it? views, and it
does not propose In any way to give
currencj to the other -ii": to views
which, in its opinion, are calculated
to "breed discontent and ill-feeling."
The first or leading function of a
newspaper is to print the news, says
the Colonist, rightly enough so far,
ami the second is "discussion of questions arising out ot current events."
The.-., "questions," hdwever, it limits.
"The eternal problem of how man
shall advance towards ideal conditions" ii bars as a theme inadmissible.
This, as we have sai I, i- a Bne statement of good old Tory doctrine, to
which that "divine discontent" which
is lhe spur of progress; ihat reaching
out after something better, higher,
purer, broader, than we find around
us, whioh marks iuuu uff from the
brute creation, is a thing accursed.
Encomiums  are   heap id    ipon   Mr.
1: r li :.    lea lei    of the   C mse . ttive
��� ise  iti a  ri   ent       1   - ���
_   .1    itti ranee  to   certain
���::-- a ioui   pure elect   as, good
... an I so f   th,    Th	
hings  are a',; true,  an :   -\ ������   lo no
, 11 that M'. it 11 ���     is   [ulte sincere
-.   his   :��� sire  1 1  sei   the idea   condi-
���: m  v. hii h he   lesci - 1 -    iro ighl
id Ivi     ��� Ing:   but   men   were  sa
things long b ���:' in Mi Bord in
wa3 born, and have b ���: .a ing them
ill thro igh -In- 5 ears. What we w ani
: - 1 : ictic al .!<���' ion to ring iut the
reforms.
What "sterling" means
to silver,  what   " cutting "
means to glass, what "18k
means   to   gold   this   trade
mark means to
RUBBER FOOTWEAR
I t's the hallmark oi
quality.
Maple Leaf Rubbers, a��
their name signifies, are
MADE IN CANADA
from pure Para Rubber.
All kinds, all styles, all
sizes. There are no others
"just as good   for Western !
condition-.
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
Selling Agents, Vancouver, B, C.
Sole Agent for Meu   Westminster :
W. E. SINCLAIR'
Lost Her Home.
Macdonal i. Man. Nov. 11.���Fire
broke out at an earlj I iur this morning in the home of Mrs. Alex. McLean,
here, and burned It I 1 the gr mnd,
nothing being save I.
Poor Little Chap!
Bran ion, Nov. 11.���A fatal gunning
accident occurred here yesterday af-
ternoon, when Harold Gunnlangson,
age] ii years, was instantly killed by
his companion's nun being discharge)
in his face.
ii took 1 ne of the 1 ai ticip ints s -.������ al
- - . 1 iver the listam ������ of eight
metres. The crowds extracted much
am isement from the para.:*'. No eai
could tak,- part unless ten years old
many mo lern machines accopan-
ie I the ol i timers, and the comparison
between the old and the new excited
much interes'. and made a most strik-
iii-r example of the rapid progi ���
���1.1 le In motor const 1 uction in a de-
ca le
Killed by His Pet.
New York, Nov. LL���It was definitely established to-day. at Mont Clair,
N.J , that a pet buck deer killed Herbert Bradley, the wealthy flour ex-
porter, whose body was found last
night on the preserves at iii- h
there.
The Colonist's statement���being a
Tory statement���is, of course, inconsistent, self-contradictory. Of the
"questions arising out Of current
even:-." which it feels it should dis-
1 ns.-, :.-. far ; he mosi Important are
those that directlj toui h the "eternal
problem"  which  It   bars.
For example, the Victoria papers
-ave the other da; some reporl of ai
address bj Dr. Fagan to the Board ol
Trade. Briefly put, the doctor���and he
. a ���:.., 0 igh master of his subject-
pointed out that about 150 preventible
deaths occur In British Columbia
every year from tubercul isis. To
stop this hideous waste would certaii
ly be an "advance towards I leal conditions." Th" Governmenl has - ib-
scril "J $5,000 towards stopping il:  lei
ii  give ,50,  and the thing is done
Bul ih" Government cannol affor 1 it,
you say. Probably noi; but why? In
each of several Instances which can
be name i off hand by anyone, It has
.., ti I 01  thrown awa;   larg n  sums.
Inventor Dead.
Willimantic, Conn., Nov. IL���Robert VS. Hooper, a well-known resident,
di'-d here to-day at the age of 90, He
wound the first .-poo: of thre id ma le
in Willimantic, and was the firsl person to glaze thread, having disi ivered
the process by accl lent.
Soldiers  Out  of  Politics.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 1] ���An lm ie -
lal  order has  be a  .  sued,   to   ddd
.-'.1 tiers of all rank- to become members  of  political associations  of any
iartj     whatsoever,    atten i    polltl
��� tings, or --ii." part In tgitatl ins
. lain-i ���!:.��� government Violations of
��� '��� ������   .  ler will be seveiel      m     ��� I
We cite this 1 ��� tn le 1 1 show I 1
it . is Impossible to discuss cm n
except, Indeed, one i- to
dignlf mere oh itter b> 1 ailing It dis-
eussii a without - 0 Ing the dea I
line which the Colonlsl draws, M" e
Is a matter w hli h appeals to everyone
: mi Ij    upon   I wo   grounds
public policy  and  humane  feeling
hanl to Baj on which inure strongly. The Government practically Ignores the appeal on public policy, and
leaves the work to he abandoned, unless ii can be carried on by the subscriptions of private individuals, It
would plead poverty, of course; yei it
Is the sann- government which, some
littl" lime ago, sold lands for $1 au
acre which it expected and believed
would be wi.ri.h anything from $200
an acre up to $50,000 in a  very few
J ears.
And lhal again suggests another
matter, The Government is to-day allowing the timber lands of the Province to pass from public to private
ownership at the rate of fifty or sixty
square miles per week, and land other
than Umber land al the rate of twenty
to twenty-five Bquare miles per week.
Only a fraction of these huge trans.
actions can be legitimate. The greater par! must be be���indie-1, is confessed to be- speculative. A few
years will see the value of the timber
lands certainly, probably of the other
lands also, very greatly enhanced.
Under proper administration, the en-
Royal Visit.
Pot    mi nth     En . .    :.   .      IL���Tin
al    .-������ I ��� v ind i.
King Ha ikon   il N 1 ,va, . (0 11 in   S   ���
a a 1 1 Irown Prince ' ll oai i, an-
hored off Spithea I al a late hour t ��� ���
night.    King Haa:.-.:.  an :
will I ������ thi  guests   if King Ed svai I  in i
Q i:   Alexandra    it   Wind   n
theli    tay in En [land,
Elevator  Burner1.
Porl  William. Onl .  No.    11.    M  :-
he id & Blai       ..... .   , .    ���
tall;     |i ed  h    fire    ho        afti
ml Inight la 1 nl ': 1 The lo 111 be
heavy, running probnhlj to $20,000,
half covei e I by Insurance. No causi
for ih" fire "an li" issigned, as 'he
plant was operated by electricity,     il
it may have 1 n Ignited by defective
wiring.
"The  Sign  of the  Cross."
The   B iston   II"; a] i   recentlj   pub-
- 1  the following ai tide regar linn
"The Sign of tin- Cro--." which is to
11 ��� sente I   at  I heopera     ; ouse to-
1    ���'.     Mosl   magniflcenl   of  all   the
attractions offered   at    Boston  Music
this  ."ar is William Greet's orig-
' il    iroducti .     of   Will m   Barrett's
great   religious   drama.  ' The  Sign   of
-   ' ross."    The par   h i - been com-
��� led  bj   many eminent authorities
for It    beneficial moral Influence, bin
Is certainly not  lacking in tlie element of Intense Interest, an 1 the open
ing perform inces of the  present  1 un
ivoked    toi in -    if    a    11. !-���   enthu-
lastii oval.    The    work   of   the
1 "-"lit  company  I     if a  remai kal Ij
���    I    or li       Ol   the     ila -i rs   much
I in      tise,        the   olnl ���
if excellence ai     too mai     foi   enu-
���"  tion."
GIVE  VOUR ''111 LURKS'
NEMO
AND WATCH THEM  CROW.
Must Imorove the Quality.
I! ime, Nov. 11.���A committee from
ih" city of Terni, headed by the mayor
of the place, has come to Run." to
protest again:-1 the placing of an order
I'or armor plate for an Italian man-of-
war with the Mi.hale Steel Co. ofl
Pennsylvania, and has been received
by Premier Giolotti. The premier explained thai the governmenl was de-
sirmis of protecting and favoring national production, bul nol against the
interesl of the stale, and that national
production must pul Itself In condition to stand foreign competition.
Ancient Devil Wagons.
Paris, Nov. IL���There was a remarkably picturesque and interesting
procession of antiquated and ramshackle motor ears from the Place do
Ia Concorde to Serves, to-day. Man-
makes of cars were represented, and
JOHINSTOIVS
��*OT||
WNBa
SPECIALS
TO
DAY
The President Visits the Canal.
Washington, Nov. 11, ��� President
Roosevelt and party, who are on their
way to Panama on hoard the t*. S.
battleship Louisiana, are expected to
arrive at Colon Nov. 15. On arriving
at Colon, Mr. Roosevell Will receive
President and Mrs, Amador, Secretary
Ari :-. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore P.
Shonts and Chief Kn L'i neer and Mrs.
Stevens, bi : re leaving the battleship.
After lan ling, the presidenl ial party-
will go by train across the isthmus to
i.i Boca, where an inspection will be
tn 1 I" of canal conditions in that vi-
' Inity. Friday and Satur lay will he
spent in Inspecting Culebra cut, Cat-
sun and Cristobal, and on Saturday
night the party will be tendered a r ���-
ception iy canal employes. Tlie pres-
I lent wi;: leave Colon Nov. !*��� for San
Juan, Porto Rico.
T
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THIS IS
EVERYB^
SHcl
STORE
SPECIALS
TO
DA.
Men's Heavy Wear ^ Logging Boots
We are showing- to-clav a great many of the
Celebrated  LECKIE  BOOTS, made
in Vancouver from leather specially prepared
by the new Fraser River tannery at Westminster. We have them in Men's and Boys'.
For a good, strong, waterproof Boot, there
are no better put up.
ASK TO SEE. OUR LECKIE BOOTS
Johnston's Big Shoe House
New Westminster
J- "BNLEY R. C. Purdy, TheConf
ectione
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
r-
GIUETTE
SATETY
RAZORS
S5.00 EACH.
CURTIS' mm
SPECTACLES   A   SPECIALTY.
Is now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramel
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full line of G. B. and Lownev's Chocolates.
The White HouseJ
A.  J.  BIRTCH. 275 Columbia Street.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hoys
FOR   SALE
Young  breeding stock of prize w In
I ning animals,   Come and Bee or n rite
��� telephone.
W c arc showing .ome particularly
Cjoou  V alues in
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-  Ladies  Blouses
I iie price. ?     Weil. tli.\     re hy no mean.'- tkeir .-'.��-'
attraction.     CALL   AND   INSPECT.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Telephone .1 i"."i.
W. R. Gilley,   Hnone l-iMS.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-8
��.-.
IF YOU WANT DRY, COMFORTABLE FEET
DURING WET,  UNCOMFORTABLE WEATHE1
GET YOUR   FEET  INTO  A  PAIR  OF
The "DICK" Old Country
Damp Proof Boots
The sole leather of the DickBool is rendered Impen
by a process which effectually fills up the natural pore    ���
ther, thereby making it Impossible for the solos to gel wati
Youths, $2.00      -      -      Boys, *2.?5
Boys can't weir these out i.i ore season.
Gent's from $4.CO.
J. STEWART   -   Sole Agent
Old  Country  Boot Store, Columbia   St., New  Westi
���_���!_ .DAY-
NOV. 12, 1906-
THE DAIL1  NEWS
THE
CASH STORE
A Satisfactory Place to
| Buy Bed Clothing Now
Wool is dear ; Cotton is
dear ; a.s ono housewife
figured it out: "My bedclothes cost me fully a
third more than they did
V^'       '    five years ago."    And
J   she's wvy nearly correct
^^f       in her reckoning.
ellef.    Satisficfo -   ied clothing, every needi I item,
price  for the quality.    Read the list   and   save   by
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Local News Briefly Told
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ihort-handed,  .ul enough remained to
���    ilar   fall    neet J pIck '"" two ��ides< :""' :1"' resulting
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Farmers'   Insti ���   i,,>
fternoon  and   i -   ;1;
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-  sidetracks I  at   the i;   \   r
B   wharf, and is to be loade I  with frull
1   Winnipeg
The board ol c mtrol of the Ft. A.
*  '��� societj   will meel  ihis afternoon
' '    the a i- .���,-.. ,,.- ui��� |ing up .,-. tl|,
In i onnection with the exhlbi i ���
Reichenbach'8 home-made mince-
meal 15c per Ib . will make ���!������ i i
pies.
A meeting  �� II   .   hei I
:"   '     ' '��� irch   this  evening   foi   I ie
���     ' '  ni .���:,.. ring   iffl,.-     ���,.    ���
eentlj   ��� ii me I Brotho ho   I of S1    \n
B -nl"  Blankets, In white and -"   , finished with pink
���   . Blankets are wan inted ali wool and of good mo-
, i inada fleece wool.
56 x 76
60 x  80
6-1   x 84
$3.75
$4.50
.$5.00
\..   s ���:���:..���   Brand"  Blankets, In white and grey, finished with
pinl - These also are all wool and of a verj  high grade, be-
Rngknown  ta Pine fleece wool.    The $8.50 blanket   Is  a   very   high
���grade  ind Is guaranteed to weigh ten pounds.
60 x  80
64 x 84
66 x  85
70 x  33
"1 x  90
.$4.75
.$5.50
.$6.50
.$7.25
.$8.50
match ��.i^ good pracli< e tor the
Rovers. In anticipation of the match
against tbe Vancouver Thistles, which
tnko-. place on Saturday, the locals
are going to practice hard this week,
and Intend to meel their opponents In
the besl of condition.
Relchenbach's    home-made    mince-1
iiio.ii. 15c per lb., will make delicious
pies. 2U ir |
While throwing oul his net, near the
Roj al Citj mills, lasi evening about :
dusk, an Austrian fisherman, named
Antzung Scherzl, missed bis footing!
and slipped head lirsi Into the chilly
waters of the Fraser. The boal puller
ran lo the rescue, and finding that the
diver bad been forrunate enougb to
grab Ihe not, he procee led to pull 11
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;.-_.    All   interested nvited to   ���':"1'"*''- ���"'' ''"' man followed the nei
"i ��� i verj   cold and  ��>���'. bul ol hei �� Ise un
Injured     .ntzung gol Into lii���   lickers
'   :'    '    '    ':      "'   �� ���'���  I'and the two men rowed awaj  I ir their
:''"' boa      if tra le | scow   house  down   the   river,  where
"'""  :!li* ',:'" :  '">'  ������'    ���   'I      Wi ex    there  was   to   be found   d  -   clothing
'*'   " ing   which   ,. - a-  an 1 a flre.
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Religious  Census.
a. variety of experiences, some pleai
ani  and   some   the   reverse.    Several
had doors  banged  in   their  faces  by
'"   'i'l'i-'in      i_ "    i i   i i .
The  Bfteen-minui The   work  of taking   the   religious
'' linl' u:'i"'                m ij   i ensus  of the city has been almo I
B-C-E.R.   Co.   on   Satin ������    completed, and  lhe good  ladies  who
much   appreciated    -     ilioppej and   were deputed to do the work met with
the  curs wry,,  all   well filled
ma le their    ei io Ileal t ri j -
Tin- congre ration of the V       Pre
hv.oi.i_.   .1,,     i    i "':li'' people, rn- were told Unn  il  was'
tij terlan  Church   has  now  aimi it ac .    ,   ���    , , i
...    ... nono  oi   then- business   what   church
compiished   the  task   recently   under-    , , ,
,.,, ,. ...    . thej   went  in.    In ,i number ot  houses
'"""'i ": wiping ofl  the church dole. I  , ,  ,.     .
.,., ,        , i they  louiiil  foreigners who could not
1'"' membei -   have  done  nobly, and        ,     ,     ,   ,.    ,. , ,     , ,���
understand English, and their religious views are still i matter of
doubt. Other houses al which they
I'he members of Royal Cltj lodge, called were locked up, and their fre-
Xo. a. iiini-'.. will hold a special Quenl knocklngs failed to elicit any
��� ��� i   ng In th   ��� : idgc room nev Fri-   response.
day evenln ���    Thi re will be a reunion '     ''"'  '"" reporl  is to be banded In
i.l members and  ipeeches will be  a'   a special  meeting of the commlt-l
only a small balan .- ot a ioui $50 now
remains
ir; or ler.  Refreshments will be served
al the close.
Relchenbai h's home-made mince-
me it, 15. acr lb., will make delicious
pie
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ti ge size, 72 \ 72, fllle I with pure
bottoi
a   Is  cord.' 1  :
ito cro-- laps, givin . extt i strength
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assort ment
il irs and patte a- $2.75
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$2.00, $6.50. $9.50 up to $15.00
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Ihc Choicest  of Meats Cooked in
J tlie Most   Delicious   Manner   Can
Be Obtained    at    All    Hours    at
V_*    Restaurant    and   Gale
l^E Suppers After tlie  Theatre  a
jopec ilty,       Oysters    and     Game
in   Season.       -
tee appointed by the Ministerial asso
elation to look into the matter, which
will report to the association which
will ineei ni in o'clock this morning.
There   were abOUl   seven   Indies   ap-
211-tf  pointed  by each of the Presbyterian,
Methodist, Baptist und Reformed Epis-
the last day upon which ap-  ,.���,,.,,   churches,   and   the city   was
plication,    will   be   received    mr the   tlIvlded  |nt0 districts which  the pas-
"     '    '    ' : ;!ll!'!,i-   1,;-''""  "   -11"1   tors became responsible for.   The ter
81,1   :i   ������"'   superintendenl   of rltory    w,,s   thua   expeditiously    und
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clerk,   will  receive  applies 	
��� .-ns  I,, to .*". o'clock this evening.
New  York   Weather.
A special meeting of Amity  lodge, Ballstone, N.Y.,   Nov.   II     A   heavy
\.  27. I.O.O.F., will be held this even storm which has prevailed since morn-
Alien  i number of degrees will be Ing bus covered  the ground wllh si*
Vfter   the lodge   business inches of  -now.   The .torm wns gen-
��� imsacted, the members will eral In the city, and has delayed sub-
���   In a social time, and wlll he urban trolley trnfflc.
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wanted���Two furnished  rooms  for
The Central and Ihe Wesl End fool       lighl  hoiisck ng,    |  mar led cou
���   Moody square on      pie.   Apply Box 77. clt; 20S-.
ning nnd   played   ofl'  a
.ill game.   The Central
school   mo I ' w elvo goals, while
��� hei r a iponcni b failed to find t he goal
. i ��� during I he �� hole of the plaj.
Tim  Mahoni      i I  I the m tl  li
Vn   .Kernel      arc nan   being made PLEASE-WIII the ladj or gentlem n
,-,.,  ,i.   ���    -       ���,���!   nf   the  Romai       vvho borrowed Mr. C. A. We ill     i  i
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in Silk Lined, at $1.25 and
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Unlined  Goods,   $1.25   the
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H. B. K.  Driving Gloves
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JOHN   Mi LINDEN", Vloloncelll I
I.IMM.I'V (1RAH VM, Bolo PI inlsl
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EXCELLENCE
Of workmanship finish Is what n.ake.s furniture values.. Our endeavor
ll n "i. than two qualltlM In every article bought and sold. Our
II,00 .'.i'M back dining chair poMMMI these In marked degree���
thev an excellent value. Our $.!.()() solid oak cobbler seat rocker Is
a leader iii.l Is a winner; roomy and comfortable; and thoBe fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at 116.00 is one
of the bett    Morris chalrti ali oak   frame   I'rom  $7.50 eacb up.
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Precious Stones
Rings
Purses
Oak Goods
Watches
WXCHAMBERUN,
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OPERA HOUSE
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Sunda        ���     ��� ���    ���"' ���' ''" 'll'r ';"
ed and l      lock-up bj Ofl i "
i ,       have   to   no"   n
a , ���    ,.��� pe ice, hi 'I'
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force could nol In   ^^ M ,,,���,���.
luce hlm '   'i;i""n      Boxpiatvat Ryftll's Drug Store,
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, charge of relisting ar ^1
SUITS I5L^!E^!?
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LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Liluck.
Telephone 73.
. ornlng.
,        .,   ._,..,  [ootbafl  team  mei   nnd
^vertise   in the   News
:$20 AND UP
Cut and Made on the Premises
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
l dtj aggregation at
,uarte on Saturday afternoon,
.,,.    ,,���..]   BCore   being  three   to one.
,0       .       a- ed players failed  24 T F\rt>Ht Strut    -    Slew Westminster
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A
Post Card Album
Before the Xmas Rush.     A Larr/e Assortment at
J, J.  MACKAY  y Co.
Booksellers   ana   Stationers
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PROFESSIONAL
WHITFS1DE A EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms _1 to 24, 445 Granville street. J.seph Martin, K. C, J.
W. Weait, W. ll. McQuarrie. H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin will be In th3
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lome
street, opposite Court House. New-
Westminster.    A. Whealler, P.O.  Box
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C,
W. MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
an i Notary Public, In practice since
1S91 at New Westminster, B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block, Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 1C9.   Telephone 64.
"Chappy, how  in  the world do  you  get by that tavage  bulldog  when  you
caii at Mies Bullion'. 7"
"Blow cigarwette smoke in his face."
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more!
than J20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 20001
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
years and over and joint stock cotn-
j.;inice holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining loca-.
tion.
A free miner s certmcate is grunted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7rO
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A   free   miner,   naving   discovered 1
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the
same   with   two   legal   posts,   bearing
location  notices,  one  at  each  end  of \
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within ;
fifteen days if ocated within ten mi'.es
of a mining recorder's office, one additional clay allowed for every nd-
dit ion n 1 ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is Sj.
At lenst trioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey-
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1 00 an  acre.
Permission may be granted by tht
"Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceedine: 160 acres
Tlie patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of _:. per pent, of the sales
of the products of  the  location.
TM \CT.!. MIN INC, -Manitoba and
the N. W. T��� excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally nre too feet square, entry St*.
$5. ri 1 ��� ���- ible yearly. ()n the North
Saskatchewan River claims are eithei
bar or bench, the former being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
tn the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet, Where -team
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may lie obtained.
Dredging in thc Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a t.rm of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
'i'he lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or liars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for lirst y��ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet, All other placer claims
���hall he 250 feet square.
Claims arc marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for eacli additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, :'oo feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall br
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half pef cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for 'i term of
20 years; also renewable.
;    The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged  bar  or bars   in  the   river
I below    low    water    mark, that boun-
. dary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the v"r of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge-
in operation within two years from
1 the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
: from such date. Rental $ioo per mile
; Yukon Territory to be paid to the
; comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
, free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same (.reek, gulch or river, by
giving notice and paying a fee,
Work   must   be   done     n   a   claim
eai h year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their Sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
tln'ir trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made   and   publishing   notices   in   the
. Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All  unappropiated   Do-
I minion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, arc open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and   the minister may  reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land  to be
prospected, an  area of  1920 acres Tor
i such   period   as   he   may   decide,   the
1 length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.     Should the pros-
1 pector   discover  oil   in, paying   quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
I discovery, an  area not exceeding 640
acres,  including  the  oil  well, will   be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$!  an acre, and tlie remainder of the
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
will tie sold at the rate of $.1 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
1    Dept. Interior.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of eaeh month.
Quarte/ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
Is held on the First Wednesday In
each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., ln
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
"Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, CO. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in each month In
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are .ordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY.No.459
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    E.  E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
��� Meets in Orange hall fl.-st and
thitd Friday in each month at 8 p.
in. Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia Btreet. every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
dially invited to attend. A. P. llalln-
day, N.Q.; W. C. Coatham, Rec. Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to atbend,
Lodge room, A. 0. V. W. bull, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
8. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
muster workman,
POSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
fjfii Rose Degree meets Second und
Fourth Wednesday of eaeh month,
in K. of P. Hall, Columl,ia St., at
8 p. in., White Rose Degree, fourih
Wednesday In each month, sumo
time and place, Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E, It. Stlnch-
comb., Pres,, H. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
��� Meets the Fourth Friday in thn
month at 8 o'clock, in tiie small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on (he Second
und Fourih Tuesdays of each month
at R p. in. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Hrethren nre eordiul.v invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
nt 8 o'clock p. ni., In Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to nt-
tend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First, and
Third Tuesday of every month ln
K. of P. Hull. John McNlven,
Chief; J, J, Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Annua
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Corny
Limited
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
i
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
*���.
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Ourl
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of |
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the |
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; thel
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT-All  holders   of  prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,]
otherwise same will be distributed among the chart
table institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   ffiffinJE** SDAV.
NOV.
1.06.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
|g, C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds of
Lumber,   La*h.   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 1. New Westminster
iank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED Ul'..
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
ijTAL (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
Ierv.* fund $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    fi.   C.   M.
(;  Honorary President
Hon.  Sir   G,   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston, Vice President   and   General  Manager.
leceral banking business transacted.
���anches in all the principal citie3 in Canada, in  London, Eng., New
Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., a n.l correspondents in all parU of the
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMEINT
B.&K.
ROLLED OATS
Are milled from the cream of this
season's wonderful crop. They are
fresh and sweet every day. . They
carry health and strength into the
homes of Western Canada. They
are   building   up   a   great   nation.
BIBLE RADICALISM
IS WHAT IS NEEDED
Said   Rev.   Dr.   Rugg.   in   His   Sermon
In Olivet Baptist Church
Last   Night.
Attractions   at   the   Opera   House
12���The Sign of the Cross.
Last evening, in the Olivet Baptisl
church, Rev, M. L. Rugg, !).��., based
bis discourse upon the words found
in Matt. :'.: 10 and John 15: _. Hi..
theme was. "The Gospel of Radical
ism." in bis opening remarks, he said
that the Bible was a radical book-
radical in its teachings, principles and
objects. Ii.\ His words and deeds,
Jesus Chrlsl was properly understood
i" be a radical,
Tii<> speaker knew that the word
radical was generally confused with
"fanatical," bul he was using it in Its
proper sense, which Btood tor root, or
extreme, Radicalism meant thoroughness. Fanaticism stood tor z-al without knowledge. The world had suffered enough for thai in times ; i-1
Radicalism stood foi zeal o lupled
with intelligence. In its pure and vig-
1'ioiis form, radicalism was not much
In evidence in these days.
The principle of thorough roi: an I
branch reform was being loudly called
for in all departments of modern life,
Tin' pages of history wei'e full of Instances showing where zeal alone had
developed harmful fanaticism, The
.preseni ami future needed Jusl us
much zeal, but witli ii there shoul I bo
knowledge. Where were Uie radical
Christians, the out and oul people?
them,   sail!   the  speaker.
IW WESTMINSTER BRANCH
Ci.  D. BRYMNER, Agent
si-:.\l.iiii   TENDERS   addressed to SynoP��'��   oi   Canadian    Home-
the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten- stead Regulations
der for Public Building, Edmonton, Any available Dominion Lands with-
Alta.," will be re eived al this office hn the Railway Belt In British Colum-
until Wednesda N . imber 28, 1906, bla, may be homesteaded by any per-
inclusively, for mstructi in of a < son who Is the sole head of a family,
Public Building al Edmonton, Alia. i or auy maie over iS years of age. to
Plans and specification can be seen the extent of one-quarter section of
and forms of tender .btained al thls|160 acres_ more or lea8<
Department, m application t'i Mr. R.
'.  M ������ ��� n, Clerk   if  \\ orks,  Edmon-
15���Jessie  Maclachlau,  Scotch  con-  Lei  us hav,
cert, If the churches  are  to  he the means
17���Arizona \o.  converting the people, there musi
23���Harry   Beresford   (The Woman be radical churches.
Hater).
28- -Jerry from Kerry.
ton, Alta., and Mr. .1. Greenfield, Supt,
of Public Works, Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notified thai
Entry must be minto personally at
tho local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected there-
inorlian     Rati If     f\t      InmniPrrP   teDder considered uni. iss  with under one of the following plans.
illdUldll     JLPClllIY     \JM.       V-'V/HlllIV-l V^V.    ni:i.i,.  on  UlJ,   prlnteu   form   supplied,!    (i) At  least six  months' residence
and  signed   with   their  actual   Blgna-Tupon  and  cultivation  of the land in
tures leach year for three years.
(up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
JWALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst  Heal Manager.
Each tender must  be accompanied
by an ace spted cheque on a chartered
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
IRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A Gl S'ERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
made We   tQ   .,,,    )r(Jer  n.   resides   upon   a   farm  in  the   vicinity
Lhe Honorable the Mini ��� of Public of ^ la"d en.l.ered for tl?e 'T^'i
ments as to residence may be satisfied
w":''   .equal to I m: percent. (10 p.c.) by such per?on residing with the fa.
of the   imount  of the  tender,   which ther or mother.
,.      ���  forfeited if the person tender- (j) If the gettUr hag m-5 permanent
Ing decline  to  enter  into  a contract residence   upon   farming land  owned
when   ailed   upon  to  do so,  or if he oy him  in  the vicinity of his home-
fail to   lomplete the  work contracted stead, the requirements as to residence
for    If the tender be not accepted the may  be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
THEY ALL COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
1 facility afforded   Farmers  for   their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
lined or taken   for collection.
|ANKING  BY  MAIL���Deposits   ma.  be made or withdrawn obj mail.
own aci i ���: -  receive every attention,
I NKW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-!!. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply tor patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of the  Interior.
N*. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
E SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers of
Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
r*ie Carruthers Manufacturing Co��
chequ    vill be returned.
rhi i.'���".. 11: men' does not bind itself
to 11  ������; I the lowest or any lender.
By order,
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.
trtmpnt of Public Works,
1     iwa, Ocl iber 29, 1906.
.    Newspapers Inserting this adver . e
men! withoul  authority from the De-
1 tn   ; ' fl ill n >l Sr p ild for It.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
;:.. So    [ Part of Lot ., Blocl. 3, New
Westmlnsti r Suburbs.
\ .  ,  1  ,   indefeasible title to
the above pr iperl will bo issued I 1
,.. gi mette Sawt I Co upan; . Limited Llal ilit; , 0 t da of No-
,,-, m ier, 1906, nn u he meantime
1  valid object! in  there  1 be 111 ide to
In ���,   ting       a n or persona  schooner  "North,"  now lying  nl   the
ilmltig an estal    1 ' ���' therein,  Government docks, New   Westminster.
a    ��� berool The hlghes   or .1"...   tender nol  ne
C, S. KEITH, cesBitrll.   uccepte I.
Dlstricl Registrar ot Tl le
Lan I   Regi I      Off!       N 11   Wesl
luster, B.C . Oct   10, 1906,
If the  scripture   radicalism,   which
wns the proper kind, was applied to
cltj   life, the axe of thorough reform
; would soon be cutting down the trees
ei evil, whose frull was evil, and only
evil, causing discredit and harm.    If
true radicalism were to attack the system   which  Introduced  the houses of
I shame   nnd degradation,   Ihey   would
I soon   cease   to  exist.    The  continued
signs of interest and upheaval, mainly
among  the  workers   upon  tills   continent, were evidences  that  radical   reforms were needed In the making and
adjustment    ot   laws   nnd    conditions:
The  principles ot the Christian  rail-
gion, applied to the slate, were n >l a
patchwork, but were a creath ! ������ >wer,
producing new life and new forms.    A
person was either a Christian, or was
nol   11   Christian���was  travelling   towards iln   and heaven or In lhe oppo-
j site  direction.     Heaven    was   a   city
without suburbs.   There could be uo
dwelling on  the outskirts, with cars
supplied, to enable people to visit the
ciiy   as ihey   pleased.    The  scripture
Good Tea, Coffee, SteakB our Specialties  revealed  a   heaven   which   was com
pared to an ancient city fitted out
with gates, To be a Christian or n il
to he. was a question of attitude, Th"
speaker closed with an appeal for any
whn were facing ,'iwnv from God to
change their position nl once.
Merchants* Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -      -       35c
12 tn 2 p.m.; (i to 8 p.m.
Snort Orders Quickly Servei
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block, Proprietress.
Columbia St.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TENDERS
Will I e r Ive I b.. ' he un lerslgne !
up to the 151 '1 da 1 ��� f November Inst-
int, for th ��� iui ch_ a of the lif' > H.P.
Standard    Gasoline    Engine    In   the  j
Take 11.1t i< e thai appllcal lon has
been made in register John Kennedy
a_ the owner in fee simple, under a
tax sale d 1 from Sidney A. Fletcher
to John Kennedy, bearing due the
::!.-��� ii\y of December, A.l> 1901, of
all an 1 singular thai ren,iin parcel or
trad of land   and   premises   si'uate,
lng and being In 1 be Distrlcl of .N'ew
Westminster, In the Province ol British Columbia, more particularly
known and de ci Ibed as Lol 9 l. '-'. 3,
I an 1 5, Block IS, pai 1 of Lol' 26,
iir..up I. Lois 28 and 29, Block .">. Bub-
di\ lion nl' I.ol 202, Group I. an '
1101 ��� horl.v l.nir Iill lis nt Lol ". B 11
sub ll\ isi,.11 of Section 13, Township
1. R inge 29th, West of the 6th Meridian.
Ontario  Bank���Important   Ev Jence.
Toronto, Nov. in. -The examination
of McGill, ex-general manager of the
Ontario hank,  was continued yester
���lay afternoon.   .1. L, Langton, former
chief accountanl of the Ontario bank,
nas an Importanl witness, and obtained the protection ot the court.   Lang
mn declared  thai  lie left  the hank tn
1903 because  he   was   unwilling   m
longer be a party to the publication
of statements  which  he  knew  to be
Incorrect.   Ai that time Langton was
inclined iii believe the directors ������������
���.ware of the speculative nature of the
'" I bank's  Investments,  and  of the  fact
��� hat   these  were  being com e tie I   in
the  returns to the governmenl     i:"
swore  in seeing G.  R.   it   Cockburn,
the  president, and   McGill examining
EDWARD G   TAYLOR.
Inspector ot Flsherie
\ in ilmo. N.n   S, 11 06
VANCOU
VV. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard  Block     N.w Westminster, B.C.
APPLICATIONS WANTED
. iu an I each  ol  you  are  requlreu .
'lie securities ledger, which  contained
. .   ni 'ai  the cl nm oi the tax  pur-
1 h 1 ser vtIthin fort, live days from tin
- Purchase Notice
* Royal Bank of Canada
[ iirlty to deposlto n,   START NOW to save your money
* rei It,    People do harder things every day and have
>r it.
ft to sh0��
'   D0L-LAR   ipena an ilCcount.   Put !:. in your pocket, It would prob-
,'n""':"'       ��� ONE Dollar  deposited every week with un will in
Pars
14,50.
THINK   THIS   OVER.
EN Sat.jrday EVENINGS, 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
r Westm^
���"'fcK   BKANCH
F.B.LYLE, Manager.
Notice Is herebj gi\ m thai 60 days
after dan- I Intend applying to the
rjhlet Commissioner of Lands ani
Works tor permission to purcha ie th 1
following des ribed lan I, situated al
tho mouth of the KlldaJa river, Coasl
dlstricl: Commencing al a posi marli
, ,| VV M 'a N. E Corner planted on
��� I,,, aouth bank of the Kildala river
,- the mouth, running as follows; 10
chains south, 40 chains wes', 10
cnaina north to the shore iin". thence
following ��hore line to place of com-
mencement, intaining 16 acres more
.i ��� le .
Aug. 27, I '
Locator, W. MOODY,
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Ocl   24,  1906.
Applications will be received by the
undersigned up to ."i p.m. of Monday,
the   12th   iusi . tor   the   position  ot
Plumbing   Inspector   and   Assistant   l'i
the Superintendent of Waterworks
combined
Applicants must be properly qualified plumbers.
For Information as to duties, .salary,
etc., apply In person at the City Hall.
w. A   DUNCAN,
City Clark,
Clt)   Hall,   New   Westminster,   N'ov.
6, 1906, '
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought oul the Blacksmith-
lug business of R. H. Benson, 1 will
be please I :o''.ce all his old customers, as well as new ones. Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
I Cljhth   Street.
date of the flrsl publication ot thi ���
noi Ice, an 1 in defaull of a cave it or
1 ertlflcate of lis pendens being tiled
within such period, or In defaull of
rr lemptlon before registration, I shall
register John Kennedy as owner
thereof In tee, And I .lirec thai publication of this notice I'or one month |
In a dailv newspaper published Iu
New West minster shall he good and
sufficient  service.
Dated at the Land Registry office,
New Westminster, Province of British
tccoitnts wiib different broket - vho
a. ted for the hank. Another circumstance which Inclined him to believe
the directors were conversant with
the Investments of the hank was that,
in 1903, 11 notice appeared on the directors' book, ordering that, all sales
and purchases of stock should he reported  lo the Ixiard.
Columbia,
A.D. 1906
this  13th day et October,
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Mrs, Elisabeth Kathleen Black,
William Knighl and Jed <:. Blake,
All persons nerved wllh this notice,
nnd those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
Interest tn the said land by virtue of
nnv Unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title ls
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by thi  "Land Registry Act."
AT  THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���W. B. Norris, J. D, Mc-
Taiiand. Vancouver; W. S. McGulre,
Portland; J. R, Black, Edmonton.
Windsor���F, W. (laugh. Portland:
D. .1. Choagan, Vancouver; P, M. Lo .-
bold, E Lackman, Everett; James Al-
cock. Hall's Prairie; A. B. McMillan,
Port Moody; H. CummingS, Mrs. 13.
Wilder.  Mission.
Colonial���S, Moore. Port Moody; A.
Ackerman, Huntingdon. J. B. Sullivan, H. B. Sullivan, Mrs. Sullivan,
Cloverdale.
Navigation Laws.
N'ew York. N'ov. 11.���The laws governing ihe navigation of steam vessels will be discussed at a meeting of
the American association of masters,
mute., and pilots which will be held In
N'ew York city on Monday and Tues-
iay. THE DAILY   NEWS
M0NDAY. Nov
X
I
m r I
\ I
fG
Supply
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,    New Toilet Sets.        Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
I
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN      COMFORTABLE      CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter inttniltd tot ihi. C-lumn should lie ad
dicoed, Social K_..:_:. Daily News, P O.
Hlx .!���_. Hew We_tim*i��ter.
Mrs. C. G. He unt it arrived in the
city on Saturday from California, accompanied by her daughter. Mrs,
Bennett came to New Westminster on
account of the serious illness of her
son, who is confined in St. Mary's
hospital, suffering from typhoid fever.
Dr. C. J.-Fagan was in town yesterday on bis way to the upper country.
Mrs Malcolmson and Mrs. Henderson entertained at afternoon tea on
Saturday. Those present were Mrs.
Dickinson. Mrs. E M N. Woods. Mrs.
McDonald. Mrs. DeWolf Smith. Mrs.
Fletcher, Miss Phillips, Mrs. W. J,
Armstrong. Mrs. T. J. Armstrong. Miss
Armstrong and Mrs. Lewis.
F. Green and A. Howard, two of tbe
B.C.E.R. staff, are leaving on a three
months' vacation this morning. Mr.
Green Ls going to visit New York,
while Mr. Howard will take a trip to
London, England, where he will spend
some time with bis parents, after an
absence Of five years. On Friday
evening the young men gave a recherche supper to a few friends at the
Guichon hotel, where they were wished God-speed by their guests.
|*t4l****��***A*##*******|
iEconomy
Sargent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
bousekeeper'stime
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might Le wasted
ii it were not for the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread,
crackers, etc. It coes not mash.
squeeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine,coarse
or medium, Easy to operate, sell
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
WE SELL
Cromptons
Bias Filled Corset'
In Styles Suitable for
Any Figure.
Lono;
M. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    150.
....CALL ON....
T.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster,  -   - B. C
Health of Armies.
Washington,   Nov.   11.���The   report
... i n the work of the medical department of  the  United   States  army  by
Surgeon-General R. M. O'Reilly, which
has just been made public, compares
I the health of the  different  armies of
ihe world as far as  possible in view
of   the  different   conditions   in  each
army.    The United  States and Great
: Britain  are   the   only   country   where
j statistics   include   that   part  of  the
army   serving   outside   of  the   home
, country.    Many of the countries have
' a  low death  rate  because  their sick
: are   promptly   discharged   or  retired
li. .1. McQuarrle and Mr. Rogers.
B.C.E.R. accountant for Vancouver, returned yesterday from a few days'
shooting trip in the vicinity of Chilliwack. Their bag consisted of about
fifty ducks and a dozen pheasants.
They reported having spent an enjoyable time in spite of the rain. Mr.
McQuarrie states that the people of
Chilliwack are eagerly waiting the
construction of the tram line which
will mean so much for that little town.
.1. Pelly. the well-known lawyer, and
coroner of Chilliwack, has been admitted to the Vancouver hospital,
where he is to undergo a surgical
operation.
H. N. Beck, of Toronto, was a visitor in the city yesterday. He was accompanied by Robert Kelly, of Vancouver.
Mrs.  S. .1.  Everton,  wife of Rev.  S.
Everton,  B.A.,  who is now taking
and  die out of the service instead of a  post-graduate   course  in   Rochester
on the sick report. ' seminary, has arrived in the city with
The  highest   rate  of  admission  to'her little daughter, and will spend t.he
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
i the sick r��port is held by the Dutch
i army, whose rate is 13.21 per thousand
: men. with the American army rank-
. ing second with 12.95. and the Rus-
' sian army having the lowest rate of
. 3.48 tier thousand men.
The British army ranks first in the
death rate with 7.13 deaths per thousand men. the American army having
the next highest, 6.28.    The Prussian
j army has   the lowest   rate   at 2  per
j thousand men.
Surgeon-General O'Reilly states that
| the medical department is very badly
in   need  of officers,   and  that  unless
winter with her parents, Mr. and Mrs
.lohn Scott, of Seventh avenue.
congress  comes to  its   assistance,  it i
The Jessie Maclaehlan Concert Co.
comes to this city on Thursday, Nov.
15, under the auspices of the Sons of
Scotland. The plan of reserved seats
opens this morning at Ryall's drug
store. Only a limited number
these tickets are for sale, and early
application should be made to avoid
disappointment. Tihe prices for this
concert are just one-half of what is
being charged for the same concert
in  Vancouver.     Prices,  75c,   50c,  . nd
Another  Slight  Eruption.
Naples, Nov. 10.���At noon to-day.
Mount Vi-suvious and the surrounding
villages were shaken up by a Kind of
earthquake, which was accompanied
by detonations, and followed by a
considerable fall of ashes, especially
over Ottajano, which wns destroyed
during the eruption of last April, and
is now in course of reconstruction.
The phenomenon caused great alarm.
Investigation showed that part of the
crater of the volcano had fallen in.
It is not thought, however, that
there is any activity of the volcano
proper. The manifestations are supposed to have resulted from the falling in of part of the lip of the crater,
ami from the percolations of water
from late heavy rains into the heated
interior of the volcano.
Naples, Nov. 11���The column of
smoke and ashes above Mount Vesuvius diminished materially to-day.
Naples is entirely free from smoke.
The wind is blowing from tlie east.
Slight detonations were heard to-day.
but the people are reassured, and ln
long processions, carrying images of
the Madonna and the saints, they are
le-entering iheir villages. In the
churches the people are returning
thanks for their escape from the dangers of an eruption. Ashes from Vesuvius are falling as far distant as
Avellon, SO miles away.
Professor Matteuchi. director of the
royal observatory on Mount Vesuvius,
has been called to Naples by the prefect. He confirms his statement,
made Saturday, that he does not think
Z i the present  disturbance to be the l.e-
of '
Girdles, Military Fronts, Long Hips, ]!..
Nursing,  Full Figure  for stout women
Waists, Bias Filled for slender or stout i rUres
Ladies' and Children's Hygeian Waists, Infants'
Bands, etc., in the many ranges of each style
CORSETS
Thete ia no article of woman's apparel that lends
learance  as  the corset.    A   good   flttint  corset that  givi
Ieet   fashion-contour  is  absolutely  essential   to  u  pi, ; . ('"
1'IT.re. i
set making of to-day is a science, and the lunumera .
calculated to remedy all defects In form, and ena!.:, i
symmetrical shape so essentia! to a Btyllsh figure.
'   lt"lll
Ask to see any of these lines, and remember, Crompton s Corsets art bo
non-rustable lining���surely an advantage.
W. S. COLLISTER & Cl
8
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
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Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served. We
need the cash and you want the goods. This is a .hance
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
71G and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension. Front Stra
��">:��<o:o>>��>>��>>:o>>^
Excuse us for a Momen
ginning of a new eruption,
gallery 25c.
j will be imjiossible for the department
| to reach  a high  degree of efficiencv '
j or escape a lamentable breakdown in Posthumous Story,
the occurrence of war. He says that, Paris, Nov. 11.���The Matin guaran-
it should not be postponed until war '('''s ;h" authenticity of a story to the
is imminent,   as   it requires   years  of effect  that  Monsignor  de   Ralmecourt
���'��� 1( "'ion
fit ers.
and   training  of medical   of
fline
the
thief
Dey,
Office Supplies,
School Supplies,
Fine Stationary,
Toys, Dolls,
China and
Glassware
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Cheap Dwellings
On Saturday we advertised 8 Bargains i:i Dwelling Houses. Since then
we have disposed of 3 of them; we still
have 5 left which we will sell on easy
terms.
5-roomed   dwelling in  Sapperton   (lot
In   fruit I     $650
6-roomed dwelling on Eleventh street
Collared the Sparklers.
Syracuse, N.Y., Nov. 11.���Som.
Last evening, presumably whlh
family wns at dinner, a sneak
entered the residence of Robert,
on .lain. - street, the most fashionable
thoroughfare of the citf, and looted
a jewel box of diamonds and jewellery
valued al $8, i    Tne police were no-
tifle I of the robbery, but as yet ihere
Is no clue to thief. The most valuable
article tai ��� u is a diamond necklace
'" n'aiiii'i:.   6 i  Stoni ���-.   valued at  $3,000
saw the pope last summer and obtained his full and entire approbation io
form cultural associations in the diocese. The monsignor wa.s dumbfounded when the encyclical, forbidding
compliance with the law of associations, was read to ihe French episcopate. Monsignor de Reimecourt has
died since this reading
Business  Directory
"Race Suicide" in France.
Paris. Nov. 11.���Public attention
has again been drawn to the national
peril involved in the constantly diminishing birth rate by ihe publication
of the vital statistics for 1!'05. The
births in France for this year number
607,292, showing a decrease of 10,937
from the total of 1904. The reason for
this decrease is not to be found In a
reduction of the number of marriages,
In which the statistics show a slight
increase over 1904. but it apparently
arises from the aversion of the French
people to large families. The national
association which is studying this
matter has reached the conclusion
! that it is necessary to Inculcate the
in a thai any couple that raises more
than three children merit and are en-
tilled io public gratitude and protection.
But have you heard about the splendid opportunities that are now awaiting the buyers
oi Columbia Street Property?   Watch New
Westminster values rising ! See the downfall of those who delay investment.      :
Malins, Coulthard & Coj
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster
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ji Electric Railway Service
Real   Estate
Tide Table   Fraser River !'
NEW WESTMINTSER.
General   Shai.er  C
'      ���     ' ���' I       .   Ni...
ipi   Inten lent    ol
mg.
11.
the
.1.   VV.
Mc.Kii
trlcli ���. ���; a. aa., the following bulletin of ii,.. '..n llth n of General Shaf-
tei to thi fVssoei tte Press al 9.10
o'clock to-night: "General Shatter's
conditl a Ie alarming at present, and
the crisis is about to be reached."
!'��� ctors and members of the family
are al the bedside.
Mark's  Little Joke.
New York, N'ov. 10.���In the famous
old Harper publishing house In Franklin square, to-night, nearly 250 men
and women prominent ill American
literary life, celebrated the Tilth anni-
versary of the editor's birth.
During the dinner, letters of congratulation from President Roosevelt
and   Mr.  Samuel L.  Clemens   ("Mark
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Rental  Agency
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Fire Insurance
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F. J. Hart fe? Co., Ltd.
701 Columbia St.
For ihe ��eel. en iin
No
Nov.   13
.*-.   ..   I I
Nov. r,
Nov,   16
No
Nov.   18
Mortg;
age .Loans
Sl
(lot in  fruit)    $900 ' Twain"! to Mr. Alden, wero read.   Mr,
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd.
701 Columbia St,
6-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner   lot)     $950
7-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner lot.)    $1,200
5-roomed dwelling, Agnes st $1,050
If you have one for sale, list it with
us. No commission charged unless we
make the sale.
White y Shiles
Clemens said in part:
"Alden, dear, ancient friend,-
a solemn moment. You have
reached the years of discretion.
have been a long time arriving.
���It is
now
You
How
Life I
nsurance
often we recall with regret thai Napoleon once shot at a magazine editor
and missed him and killed the publisher. Hni we remember with charity that his Intentions were good. You
j will reform now, Alden."
F. J. Hart & Co., Ltd.
701 Columbia St.
New   Westminster,   B. C.
Nov.  12
Nov.   li
Nov.   14
Nov.  15
Nov.   16
Nov.   17
Nov.
High
Water.
     2.20
14.5 j
     3.30
15.30
     4.30
16.00
     5,15
16.05
     6,20
17.Hi
     7.15
17.50
     8.10
18.35
SAND HEADS.
High.
Time. Ht.
...  1.42
18,
1906:
I... w
Water.
8.45
22.10
9.40
23.20
10.36
0.35
11.23
1.10
12.05
1.65
12.35
2.36
13.25
Low.
'iine.   III.
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way-
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at ?:.0 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
ii 16 a.m. to 11 p m.
20 Minute Service���mi transter.
I lei ween 12 and _ and fi and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during i*l
mainder of day.    l runsfer ��|
Leopold Haee.
Sunday  Service  half-hourly
tween  8 a.m. and  11 I1 nl-
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Seiv.cc
11   !...,... exci       "���*'
���1 7, >l��ri"
.Ice "���'iU
m. to  n   p.m.,
12  and   2,  and
which hours ill
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   hairnn'i
tween 8.30 ���' in. and l
v**l
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,^
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Branches -
Vancouver, |
Chilliwack,
Nov.  18
14.17
.  2.50
14.60
. 3.60
15.22
.  4.46
15.55
.   .ri..2
1C.32
.  0.35
17.12
. 7.80
17.50
9.6
12.5
10.4
12.7
11,3
12.11
12.2
13.8
12.il
13.1
13.6
12.9
13.9
12.5
7.2S
20.54
8.29
21.211
9.24
22.05
10.15
22.42
11.05
23,23
11.66
0.07
12.60
5.0
6.3
6.9
4.U
6.3
2.7
6.9
1.6
7.4
0.7
8,0
0.2
T\7E have a line of light and compact I.\ built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. (-)ul
clippers workjeasier, clip faster and lake a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
great labor saver.     Call and   see  them a
T. J. TRAPP & O
Limited

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