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MK i   NTJMBEB 224
atlg New
legislative A^q
rtfill -__-
.^      NOV 28 1906
\ ���
l''CTORlA. e'
of    Local
Spend  Peasant  Evening
With Friends.
Pythian     Lodge   Kaiser   Wilhelm   Was   Da   ^
to Demand Rernov   5     .
Archbisl-   /j?
ral   lodge. No
���   #
Threats Fail to Convince Him. and  He    Question    ot   Whether    Companies   In-
R.ni.inj   Prominent   Fmure trrfere with   Grandeur   of  Falls
in   Politic*. Being  Debated.
-    thi
��� Mon
Rome,   Ni .
death In Posi a Saturda.  1  . I
Bignoi    Stablewskl,   Ron . 1
archbishop of Posen, a  high  v
authority  sal I  to daj   thai  no i
Le dx ���   ���        '  R
, p    ,..-:.-  a   most   enjoyable
lag in lhi -*  ���"'""" lilM even"
������''   , with  their  friends.
the   evening was
.' ... Ive    whist.     There
twelve ta   -    and they were all   whal   complications    mighl    ris.
*' l"'iz'' Wils W0D gai ling thi Polish school que tlon, tie
death ol th pn ati n li .��� 1 the vat
lean temporarily 1 f ., mosi difflc ill
sii lation, as the pope had bei n In
dally expectation of ,. li man | from
Emperor William f n thi n moval ol
the late arch ilsh ip, This is what happened In thc case ol the late Cardinal Ledochowski, Aftei his removal
. e ���!,.��� evening, and from Posen as archbishop, German)
I-i-,. ,-i ��� presented to the win- exerted pressure and bad a German
lijy r 1 in aill. chairman of the  archbishop appointed.   Efforts are be
.   Robinson, and  the
... rlze   bv   C.  Stern.
lion  prize was wini
n.  and  the gentle-
Bi lyea.  A large gram-
excellenl   music dur-
���. . also was placed
lhi   dance which foi-
... ���...   .     hall.   Refreshment*
That  Seems  to  Be  the Opinion  In
Respect to the Grant of Land to
Vancouver Power Co.
now in make any 1 wa. to granting the Y.M.C.A free
changi in the arrangements enten 1 lighl and water, and exemption from
Into several years ago between the ,axes for a ,ieHod 0| t��� years. The
Vancouvei Power Co and the citj of counc11 could ,l"1 Promise lhi deputa-
Vi ft     Wesl minstei.    respecting    the
I....' I '��� quil lam lands, and a communication receivi d from the secre-
larj ol ' he depai im ni of the Interior
at Ottawa, and 8 ibmitu .1 to the cltj
council last   evening,   makes  it   quite
|lttee of management.   The gath-   mg maib- to postpone the appointmon
irtly after midnight   of a successor to Mgr. Stablewskl, and clear   that   the   old   agreement   mus:
I mosi enjoyable   in the meantime the auxiliary bishop, stand.   The    communication    was in
Likowski, will acl as archbishop. pari as follows: "In reply 10 your let-
~ '<-- nl  Sepi.   la, embodying a  resolu-i
Record Shakespeare Price. tion dated  Aug. 20, with reference to
London, July    12.���Al    Sotheby's 'he   application    of   the   Vancouver
to-day   a   perfect   copy of  the four:), Powei Co, for a grant of certain lands
quarto edition of Shakespeare's "Trag- ���"  '"' Dear Coquitlam dam   I  beg to
ledieof King Richard ihe Third" was state that  the  matter has been  veryi
snld  for   ��1,750  ($8,750)   to A.  Jack- can-fully  considered, and  the depart-
smi. and  it is understood that i:  will ment has decided thai  ii  is now too
go  in  America.    The   price   raid   la 'ate for the department to Ignore the
higher lhan any sum previously paid understanding between i; and the city
. at auction  for a Shakespeare quarto. <lf ���N,t'w Westmlnstei ami the Vancou-
! The   book   was   printed  In   1605, by ver Power Co., which was firsi  con-
I Thomas Creede, and was sold by Mar Armed by the following minute of the
Lawe,    "dwelling In    Paules meeting of the  council on  Dec.   11".
Church  Vani al  the sign of the Fox. l^01: 'Thai the department of the in-
near   Austin's Gate."    II   consists of terior bi  notified that the corporation
Ii  Is believed   thai consents to the acquisition to the Van-
Much   Hesitation.   King   George
|raves Hi   Subjects'   Wrath
and Visits Vatican.
Xov   26.���King   George
inied by his daughter,  ,;, ..,.
and Duchess Michael Ovitch of !
the   pope  to-day   and I
rdlally   received.    After  forty.slx   leaveSi
the    quirinal     palace,   fcing|on,y  ,wo 0(he
������::ovi '���   the British embassy,
ei- copies of ibis edition
exist.    One is in the British museum
-   laughter   is   slaying,   and   .,���,, ,,���. ,���,,���,. go]
��-i i.- ��� ' the Greek legation
ample sold to-day is of peculiar inter-   '
I est from the facl  that  in  five, places
Mr. Lilly to -*r.
IHalliwell,      afterward    Halliwell-l'hib
enten . .1 private carriage  Uppe| an,, js ���(|W |n ?)|(, Bodlelan ���.
fen     ren to the Vatican, where brary  at   ()xfonl   Englan<j     Tne ,,x.
t'  ��� i with royal honors'
men 1 - of the papal court
fi' welcomed ibe visitors in the|a  oon
:mu. .Mgr. Deleuda. arch- : pvnn- ,g fl)���n,, . Thp ^mUnre
jot Athens, aciiug as interpre-J pr���,,.,,,,,. (1h.��� of tnescelebrated a I
r audience lasted ialf an hour. nii,.al the fath(.:. ,. ������. founder ���,
the king 10 visit the Pennsylvania. Bj the way. John F
Griffith, America's leading tragedian,
will appear here on Wednesday. Dec,
19, in a particularly brilliant production nf "King Richard lbe Third."
couver Power Co. of such lands in-
cluded within the gram applied I'm- by
tin corporation ai ibe Coquitlam lalje
as may be necessary for lhe dam site
and tunnel, conditional, however, 1 u
'i.i company undertaking to use the
aii_s for no other purpose than thai
afori raSiS Letters patent bearing
temporary    ithograph of "Wm.  date Nov- 16 tiave in consequence been
issue I to lhe Vancouver Power Co." A
detailed description of Hie lands followed, covering three pages of type
written matter. After lhe clerk had
finished reading the document, All.
Howay moved thai the communication be hied for reference. The situa<
linn ai present was that the Vancou
Vei   Powei    Co.   gets   the  east   halt  01
ihe disputed land, less ibe Coquitlam
river, which  meant aboul   1-1 acres jn
tion in gram all these favi 1 -. as a bj
law  will   bave  in   be submitted   before
ii can br done, but ibe members were
all heartilj in accord with the scheme,
and promised ti> do what they could
10 help ibe movement. A referendum
is tn lie drafted, and will be submitted
tu ibe ratepayers at ibe coming election, All ihr aldermen vied with each
oilier in speaking in a laudatory way
of Y.M.C.A. wani,. and in order lo pul
their sympathies 10 a practical test,
M. Trapp asked permission in pass ibe
subscription list around the council
chamber. His worship ami Aid.
Adams have already subscribed for
ihe movement, and wero iuu molested,
while Abi. Davles was fortunately absent. All iiu. other aldermen were
roped in. and had to endorse iheir sentiments in a very tangible manner.
After the aldermen had been duly ran
rassedj bis worship magnanimously
permitted Mr. Trapp to bring bis little
bunk for ibe reporters' consideration,
and that energetic worker was nol al
all backward. The pres
up in ibe most approved fashion, bu:
thej arc secretly Imping thai ibis
practice will nm be continued by ev
ery applicant fnr civic favors.
Aid. Shiles reported thai a handrail
and cleats bad been placed in position
.1:. Petersburg, Nov, 2G A confer
1 :>i r ni representatives nf Social Democrats from all pans nf lhi' empire
has jusl ended in Finland. I'be con
servatlve wing carried .1 resolution in
favor nf uniting wiih the eonstltu
tlonal Democrats al the coming elec
lions, in places wher
sui i'i ss sepai atelj ar
Blight.    In iim Caucasus, Siberia and
ewhere, where the Socialists are
strong, Independent tickets will be
Tin' delegates reported thai thr people generally were indifferent in re
gard to the elections, The monarch
is-.- ,111,1 reactionists, finding thai their
'i'a:- have not driven Counl Witte
mn 1.: RusBla, bad a meeting at Mob
cow to-da) ami telegraphed directly
to the emperor, asking for bis expulsion frnm lbe empire. In Spite of lhe
campaign againsl him, Counl Witte is
looming ni' even larger un lbe political horizon.
Washington,     Nov.    26.    The    com
panles protesting in lhe Magma Falls
hearing   practically   closed   their  case
to-day.   except   for   the   filing  nf  additional   briefs.     In   lhe   nfternnnn   BeC
retary Tafl heard reports nf commar
ibe chances nf li:l1 bodies and nf corporations which
admitted in be  have developed power from ibe waters
nf ihe Niagara river, whn Insisted
lhal Ibe grandeur nf lbe fulls had nn!
been interfered with perceptibly, nor
the volume nf waier depleted appre
clably. Secretary Taft snid that, in
morrow,   ihe   applicants   fnr permits
would   be   beard.      Assuming   fnr   pur
puses of argument  thai  the permits
will be granted, the decision will be nn
Ibe   SUbjecl   of   lbe  disi rlliiltlon   nf   I Im
privileges in the various applicants.
Weather   Forecast.
Lower Mainland   I,ighi or moderate
winds,   generally   fair   and   enlil.   wllh
I probable rain or sleet on Wednesday.
Banks  Show Faith in  Capital City  by
Investing   Heavily���Several
Big  Deals.
Regulating  the   Hindus.
A campaign againsi ibe unclean
habits of the Fast Indians whn nre
making their homes In deserted shacks
in   Ibe   wesl   end  of the  city,   is  aboul
In be Started, and lhe police are nboul
in investigate into certain allegations,
from which il appears Ihat the SikhB
are iu the habll of Inking their dally
bath in the open air on Sunday after
.noon, and lhal they can be plainly
Victoria,   B.C.,   Nov.   "l'i.    The   Mer    seen   by   anyone   who   happens   lo   he
chants bank to-day complete 1 the par   passing,    a bouse adjoining one   of
chase nf lbe Inl at lhe curlier of these Hindu lenemenis bus lalely been
Yates and Diiuglas streets, ami will purchased b) a family mun, but he
men ponied erecl a bank building Immediately. 1 hesitates aboul moving in on account
The Northern bank has purchased ibe ni ihe proximity nf iiiese undesirables,
mljacenl lm mi Vates sheet and will line nf these swarthy Hindus, who
also build. Tbe Sylvester Milling Co bnasls a finished eiliiciillnn and .speaks
took up their option nn lbe building English perfectly, Informed Aid.
and Inl next thai bought by the North \dams nn Saturday evening lhal he
ern bank, and will complete their prea : was  about   In  have  a  number of  phv
at   the markel   Wharf,  but  thai   it  bad   , ,,i    , ;,'mises  lo four   storeys and  In    cards   printed   In   Hindustani,   calling
nm  been deemed advisable tn places   stall   a    modern   milling   plant.     The   attention to the health  regulai Ions ol
'The   Two   Johns."
It is a pleasure in announce thai J.   thai piece.   In subdivision :', the com-
C. Stewart's funny musical fame,
���T!ie Two Johns," will in- the attraction a; the opera housi Thursday next.
Musical comedies come ami gn. bu;
ibis   farce   has   a   wonderful   lm! 1   on
- causi ,1   by   ihe   feeling    in
againsl    Roman    catholics.
orthodox)    means   more    than
���eing    since     the
I" ���'���' iry in 1 he nature of a po-
i national   . ntagonlsm    on   the
f '���'���'  ;-'   ' I  C against  the Latin
11   is    recalled    that     when
' ; Irei ks   used    to   say.
"������     ���    ��� nl   than the tiara."
K "     "������     .MMil 1 prefer Turk-
de ol the Vatican.
'" Ml .���   ...-���    Pope   Len   tO
|;   ���' 'a "i the oriental the theatregoers everywhere, which it
I' thi   Church   of   Home will   probably  never lose.    The com-
��� ���   tment in Greece thai pair,   this season  is said  to  be just
[    -'   *"      In   only sovereign first-class  In every  respect, including tn   avai   ble for any work ihey might
:                date Pope Leo on I such well  known people as James F. wish 'ado.
*                 Imittance into the Marron, John H. Burnett, Julia Burns, v:   Garretl   enquired   whether the
'             king, however, show- Chris.   Green,   Harry   Bulkley, vim- ,   estiun oi lhe ownership of the bed
lied with the man Barrington, Edna Burnett, Julia Burns, ,. :i,,  ,;,..,. iVAI\ been*decided.
I                     een received by Grace Hare,  Marjorie  Maxwell. .1.  ]���". Mayo: Keary replied thai it had not,
f                         iter, he visited Hums. , hris. Stout and man) others. -pne question as to who owned the bed
tate, Cardinal  ���,:.  .,���! a moot one, as i; might  be
'���     G60rge    wi** To  Punch  Each Other. '   property  of either  lhe Dominion
ow, embarking      .. ..    ,.  .,     ..        ....     ,, ,, ...,.._        , :   the  111 ivincla!  government,   While
panj goi the whole legal subdivision,
less .1 se<: inn on which a .small building bad been erected, while the stream
running there was also nol Included.
This piece amounted to aboul a'1
acres, a total nf about II acres. Tie
in I a thi stream remained in lbe possession ol lhe city, and would always
- .ises.
again sl *��� ig-
li n came up
an Bole yes
To Punch Each Other.
New York, Ni ������ .6. -Follow ing a
rr el lng of 1 heir manage]s here to
lay, li >. as announced that Ti rry Mc
Govern and Young Corbel! had been
matchi I for a bout ol not less I han
fifteen rounds, to Lalte place dm bag
lhe week ending Jan   HI.    Each  sl le
��� a-   reserved,   posted a forfeit ol $1,000.   Tim Hu -
��� lime ago lined   "V'111  referee  tie fight, for which  hidi
��� ���    gls rate, 1 n
'A a
���   b ish  fin   In
trici   lasi   fail.
��� I for the crown
I.   L.   Edmonds
��� nt, and W.
crown,     His
���' imeiil  Of the
���' ' e taken at the
a le 1 in as the evl-
'    was   tO   be
w i'i be accepte I to I ��ec, 3, from places
ih   :: lng the honor of bi Ing ������!:���   ���
��� ��� ihe slugging match.
River Closed.
-, . be bai had 11 conversation with
Mr.   MacKi msle   thai   afiernoon,   and
bad    Id   lhal   the   I'lghU "I   the
eii-,  were well guarded.   Tbe coiiiimi
���in ation was then filed for reference,
The  mayoi   and   Ud   Garretl   then
Introduce I the customary little ill vei
sion bj hn .lt^ 1   heated argument, the
nayor contending thai Md. Garretl
bad said at a public meeting 111.1t lbe
ma , : aad -ai 1 lhal Mr. MacKenzie
had been asked to sign ,1 certain docu
ment,  and  thai   he   bad   been   dlaap
float thexe, as ii was likely that the
presenl wharf would he enlarged earh
nexl  year.    The report, was adopted.
Aid. Garrett reported having Inves-
ligated the complain! thai filth was
I aim; deposited on Tenth avenue. He
ba I found out lhal a bai rei bad broken there while dirl was being carted
away, and promised that it would nol
happen again.
Aid, Howay asked liai lie library
catalogue be re-printed, al a. cost of
aboul $75. There bad been an appropriation set aside for this early iu the
year. This matter was lefl in the
hands of the chairman of lie library
committee, with power to act,
The resignation of J. C. Digby from
the position Of foreman of lie elec
Hie lighl staff was received, and F.
Elchoff appointed foreman In his
slead. A letter of recommendation is
lo be given in Mr. Digby by Iho city
1 OUncll, he having been I I years ia
the Civic employ.    P. Howler, city elec
trlclan, reported lhal tie repair wagon
was badly broken down, and would
cost nboul $35 tn repair. 11 was de
'ided in have iia- repairs made.
W E Mercer npplied foi and ob
tained permlsi Ion Io laj building man-rial mi Ninth streel
The following board oi works re
1 orl ��as approved of: Thai u five mm
lilcnvalk be cousl rude 1 pn lho w< I
ale of   Keai     slreel
treet.    was ! to  obey   the   lusl ructions   lhal   will  be
Roman Catholic bishop's palace, a few   the city,  and  asking  his  Countrymen
doors   further  up   Yatei
sold to an English investor for $4O)00O
1 n Saturday,  The Catholics will build
.1    lie,,    I
lace on View street,
Missionary  Month.
'I In   programme In connection  wllh
Ihe missionary month, which has been
inaugurated   bj   the   managemenl   of
the Queen's avenue Methodlsl church,)
Is 1 eing m sl successfully carrie 1 on
To moi row   evening   there   will   be a
rally ol  lhe missionary forces of the
church,     The   Woman's    Missionary
auxiliary,   Ihe   Epworth  league.   M Is- i
sion circle ami Mission band will be
represented, and special addresses will
be given On Sunday next the final
meetings In the scries will be held,
and lie .speaker bolli morning ami
evening  will  be  Rev.    V   E.   Hellierlng
ton, It. v. 11.H.. of luottnl Pleasant
MethodlBl church, Vancouver, Mr.
lb-lb. ��� i11 _.-1 m will also address the
Sund; ���   school  scholars  in Ihe after
IH_ 'i.     The church   is  aiming  to  raise
ihe sum ol $'.i��in for foreign mission ���
and has ev' 1 ,   hope of 1 eallzlng  -h <
ami   ml   aimed  al.
Hoi'-C Outstrips Auto.
1 im  1 1 11 1111111 j>es of Thompsi n
,i-.- iHliln  bad  a rill e  vii b an auto
fi an   Brum He           ���   ������ itoi iln .  aftei nn in alon    < '���
1 '���  ibln   tree'.  11 .ni e i im,,'    lum Ida street, and cat 111 mi 1 up in
ed cost of \ 1,220; thai a four-fool 11*1.    ense    He wa    in horsi    icl
walk be 1 mi 1 ��� iieieii on the we : Hide id  Up   until  In  qite tlon, coming   ip
'i Third   itrwl, from Third lo Fourth behind,    a   1 1 ;;" horse to lake the
nvei :  ihai  ihe rock on lhe Iota al Wl between Iti  leeth nnd hike, in spite
lh nei of Fourlh avenue and Fli  - ul   Scottle'a   efforts   to  dissuade   him
lreel  be crushed ami   1 mi on  Third M mi   II     'I hi   horse  lore   along   the
and  !���' ih   avenues,   from Fourth  to Ireel   In a  mannei   terrifying lo old
Sixth   alrei"   .    ihat    the   V..   \V.   &    Y.   belie      aad    young   < hlldren,   and    ttOt    thouffh   India
Montreal, Nov. 26.- Tbe closing ol   polnti l   when  11   had  nol   been Sur.   |(:|j|u;iy (V h(, mimM ,��� ,.,. |i!;|||,   ���ntJ,   ,���   1|:���, g0(  ���  ,.,������ ,,,,,,,���,,��� m
1 in's season of Atlantic navigation rla   'there  was  absolute!)   no   foundation
Lawrence route, Is marked b)   [or such a statement.
the St.
the departure from Montreal to-day ol       -y , Baid at the lake thai you were   1,,. united lo pul In 0 new crossing 	
the Canadian Pacific S. S. Lake ManI- veTi  much surprised thai he had nol   iween Fronl and Columbia streets.
tuba,  with  six hundred and sixty pas ,),,,,..  _,, ��� replied  Urn alderman.
iheir  trucks crossing  Brunette Btreel   lance pasl Ihe Merchants hotel did the
(villi Biillnblu planking, and liai the)   rider manage   lo   persuade   the
given out  by Ihe police.
Official  Reprimand.
Washington, Nov, "ti.       Complying
with    instructions    from    President
Roosevelt,    Secretary    Wilson,    of    the
siat" departmenl  of agriculture, tins
alinlnlsleied    In    Prof.    Willis    Mimm.
the chief ��r the weather bureau, a
reprimand   for  his action,  which the
civil  service commission declared  iin
proper,   of   urging  u   printer   named
Cooper io pay certain strike assess
ments Imposed  by lhe  typographical
union.     Following   bis  refusal   to  pm
and   llis   expulsion    from   lhe    nn   n
Cooper was ordered  by  Prof,  Moo
io be transferred to New Orleans, bul
after the reporl of lhe commission ha 1
been submitted, he was ordered reinstated In the office al Washington,
East Indian Enqineer.
A prominent mining engineer Irani
Sural, India, named Nanablal D. Hani.
waa a visitor in the city for a few
hours yesterdav. Mr Daru Is one of
Ihe scientific experts whom the Indian
govei 11 ni   is   sending  oui   to  \i ill
foreign counl Ii     ror  Ihe  purpose of
bi :n lng  1 rn :   "and  Ideas m  a 1 ha
��� n tei   ���.' orknble  In   India     \i 1    Dai 11
1 ��� a-  the    at five years In Eng
tm!     ; '      Royal Si ho 1] 1
Mine .in   1 1 rn   ,   al  Ora:' Inn    < in
'.        1 ���     it I coasl  he visited a
��� ;!>        ning dl ilriets of the
i'    .In a   and ��� 1 the mines an 1
c irefullj. He
willl make a full 1 eporl of his Investigation lo tl . ���, irnmenl on his 1 e
turn ho ne Mr. Daru stated tial al
bud vast mining re
' nly  been   worked
soma 1 9,  the
f. iiL-
Merrison. in
acensed  ol
vi iiiment works
��� vdney,
i)   the
I awn,
er*  Labor.
' encroaching
a nolW
���" hard  Helntz
I Intzman  Co.
f-   The
|i he outcomi
ning  in  the
of the alien
mm broughl
ted Si  ������-.-'.
sengers. This is the last passenger
boal sailing from Montreal this year,
The royal mall steamer Empress of
Ireland, the firsl of lhe winter schedule, sails from St. John, N.B., Dec  1.
"I   did   not    a-   so,
retorted   the
on a vi iie up to the pres-
'" "   ��� nl  Lime    He anticipated that on his
'   ' t0 Bt��P-    Tl"'  '""''-���'" started lo return fuller attention would be given
M;H"" ;" ;' I"'"" <""'��� Uw C.P.R. tele-  ,��� developing thai   Important   brum!,
graph office, and the auto was hair a  ,,. tndla'f
behind al 11 ml of tb.. race. 	
For i Dailv Two Bits.
Toronto, Nov, 26,   About forty met
:i  polishers and buffers; employed  In
New  Brunswick  Liberals.
St, John, N l',.. Nov. 26.���Hon,  Mr
Hi rson   has   calle 1  a   Liberal   convention   for New   Brunswick,   in   St.
London Election Case.
mayor. Toronto, Nov, lt,.   The last of the
������You cm deny ii If you like, bul I London election conspiracy case was
remember II quite well," was the an heard b)   Magistrate   Denison  in   thi
gry alderman'   final shot, police court, this morning, when four
                                   A  deputation       osl ting    ol T.  J. defendants, John Ogorman, Daniel Wi-  the shops of ihe James Morrison rn.,  John, Nov, 27,   lt is thought ��� . '������
The Hamilton strike               Trapp ,md the Rev   J. S. Henderson ley, William J. Muiiov ami deorge M.  lhe .lames Robertson Co. and the To-  party organization; bul whether or not
llamil.n   Onl    Nov   26.-A11  quiet   were presenl In nrdei  to Interest tho Held were committed for trial,    Hall  ronto Brass Mfg. Co., are on strike for111   means a  general  election   is   not
,                                         ,                   e.niiirii  iii the  V M.C.A. scheme, and was accepted for them.
here to-day, and  so far there is im  "mimi m ������''
Incidentally l some concessions ���	
C0U|(|  n0|   |,e secured.    B.  H.  Sands Yellow Jack.
though   not   as  a Havana, Nov. 26.   Two cases of yel-
cmhei   ol           deputation    All   ihe! low fever were reported in this prov-
slgn of a repetition of Saturday
night's disturbances The men ar
resti 1 for taftlng pan in the disturb-   was  also
aime.   appeared   in  court   this  am: niim
rhe ....    Paii   three gen  -      a ad ressed  the coun- (Ine
an   Increase   in  wages  from  $2.50   to! stated.
$2.76 per day.
Horrible Accident.
Steamer Ashore. Toronto,    Nov.   26.���Isaac   Kilinski,
braid, Cayman, Nov. 26.���The Brit. Hebrew newsboy, eight years old. was
lay, and two more were found   Ish steamer Corinth, Capt Dean, from literally cut. to pieces by n street car
cJIi outlining the ncheme In detail.  Mr. J at Rhodes, Sam.-. Clara province.   The   St. Lucia, Nov. 15, for New Orleans, which ran over him near the corner
|t * . hi������'./,,,.,,  ,,���     '         .,   .,    ...     .rap         0 *���� the flrsl speaker, a Ik-j total of the cases now on the island   is   reported  ashore  near this  Island, of Queen street and Palmerston ave-
.'. ,     .'.' .   ,,'..'','.''                               ...   whethei   lhe council could sea 1 tl .�� gleven.                                                 She is in a bad position. nue, Saturday evening.
i I \ ill t_ IJ 1    IO". 11V' 1 .   ' >\ ,
and were  1 en,and' |, THE DAILY NEWS
t'i I
4 south American  l.lr.i Whieh Wlaa
I.n Hate  n>   Dnncinff.
There Is a bird in Sou; H America that
makes love with its feet. It is a handsome creature, but walks clumsily, and
the only sound it can utter is a hoarse
cluck. It dances, however, In a way
that wins admiration from the females
of its ses, though its antics oaly serve
as an Incentive to laughter to human
beings who see them.
This bird, kuown as tbe cock of the
rock, lives in the northern mountainous
portion of South America. It ls about
the size of a large chicken.
Tbe entire bird���body, head wings
and tall���Is blood red in color, with the
exception nf the tall feathers, which
have a narrow bund of brown across
tbem nenr the ends which are tipped
with buff. <>n tbe head Ls a crest of
feathers like a great red ball, which
contracts or expands at the pleasure of
its owner.
When the mating season comes seven to ten males seek some secluded
spot where there is a level patch of
ground and clear It of auy sticks,
stones or leaves, stamping down tbe
dirt till it Is hard and level.
Then they eall the females, who
stand at tho edges of this novel arena.
One at a time the males then perform
a most curious dance. Each dancer
will first s'.rut up and down a few
times and then, to thc apparent delight
of the rest, commence to caper around
iu an extremely ludicrous manner.
spreading his tail and wings, puffing
up his crest, bowing to the others and
at the same time keeping up a bopplr.g
gait until he is exhausted.
When all the males bave danced each
female will choose a mate, aud the
happy pairs depart to begin housekeeping.
An Englishman's home is his castle. No doubt every man's home is
the same, and if you have not got one of your own, give us a call.
We can find you one, with a small payment down and balance made
easy like rent; but with more satisfaction than paying to a landlord
each month. We have a good list, all parts of the city and district.
The farms we have for sale are the best.
Investors,   Investigate
20 acres water front, 660
ft. on Fraser River, 800 ft.
on Brunette, just above the
can factory, Sapperton.
Price $10,000,$2000 cash,
bai. at 7 per cent. The only water fronton the market this side of the river
within the citv limits.
lined    Pnrt    nf    the    l.nri_rr    linen    tn
Jlnde   hy   Specialists.
Artificial flowers were Invented by-
pious nuns, in the Italian convents
the altars and shrines were up to tbe
end of the eighteenth century decorated with artificial flowers, laboriously
put together, of paper, parchment and
other stiff materials. In a Venetian
warehouse the most wonderful productions of natural Mowers are exhibited in glass cases, and in many
cases, nut only the richest and most
brilliant colors, but the very scent of
the flowers hns heen stolen from nature, for some of the artificial flower-
are steeped in lbe perfume distil:- .
from the (lower which it represent..
Last century a Swiss invented a machine for cutting out tbe leaves an '.
petals, but it can only bo used for 'ae
smaller kinds, such as are wanted for
hyacinths, lilies of the valley and other small flowers. Ijj larger petals the
irregularities of manual work are pro-
ferred to tho stiff and correct form-.
produced by machinery. This material
of which tho petals aro made is woven
in special factories. The scissors and
other tools used by tho girls employed as well as the presses in which the
veins nre traced on the leaves are of a
shape specially adapted to the work.
Each part of a flower Is made by specialists. In one room, for Instance,
���only stalks of flowers and leaves are
made; in another, fruits mul berries of
nil kinds are east if tbey are wax or
blown if made of glass. Tho cleverest workers are employed'in making
blossoms of the single petals and bouquets, wreaths and g.-irl inds of tho single blossoms. -Dundee Advertiser.
.lame- !:,: ���'. 'are-' .qua ��� miles, .r
$6.00, hai;' cash, b dance easj.
ISO acres. Maple Ridge, Sections --.
sn an 1 32, Township 9, one-hall prairie, re-: bras;, and some small trees.
Prices: Secti r.i 32, $45 per acre; Sec-
tion i'a. $60 per acre; Section 2S, $55
per acre. Telephone a: .Mammon 1;
telegraph station, Pitt Rive;- Bridge.
Terms, iia'!' cash, balance mm and tw >
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
1*7 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cos- (2,500 when built, 20 acres
cleared. Price only $3,000. 'ial:' cash,
balance easy.
160 acres g. > I [arm land ia Delta,
about :;'o miles from river, near Scot:
road, |12 per acre; a real good buy.
Three acres. North Arm road, near
Meads, $-25.
i     Four and  a   half  acres   in  I.m  383,1
1 half   way   between   Port    Moody   and
Westminster  Junction,  faces  on   Port
Moody road.    Only $125 per acre.
20   acre   blocks,   fruit   lands,   hear
��� Junction, $20 per aero.
.0 acres, one ini'.e from Abbotsford,
lo aeres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
I trees, price $1,400. half cash, balance
in three equal paj menl - a- n mable
interest. Apply i i D Fraser, Abbots
10 acres ne tr ab ive, $7 per ame;
  us for fuller partlcul Lrs
15 i acres impr ive 1 lan I, buildings
md sheds complete, near cloverdale;
���i'.! under cultivation, $15.COO. I: you
can handle this, don't delay; ii's a
bargain; terms can be arranged,
138 acres, 100 ames prairie, 3S acres
j high   land,   four-roomed   house,  barn,
1 chicken house, all fenced, nexl to the
Ham iton dairy fairm, _'_ miles from
Hammond, $40 per aero.    Don't  miss
I this.
Pio acres, township   11,  section   15,
, two miles from For-  1.angle  ; ;, acres
slashed, $1,000, one-third cash.
160 acres, Langb-y. 25 under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good repair: a snap r $3,000, half
First   TorlfT   Mnl-frd.
��� If you turn to a map of Spain, you
will take note at its southern point anil
running out into Uie strait of Gibraltar
of a promontory which from its position is admirably adapted for eom-
inanding Hm entrance of the Mediterranean sea m,.l watching lbe entrance
and exit of all -hips. A fortress stands
upon this promontory, called now, as it
was called ia the time of thc Moor: b
domination Sr. Spain, Turifa. Tim name
is uf .Mi,,!-' ii origin. It was ibe custom of tea Moi rs to w nteh from thi ���
poinl all m ���.- a ul lips going Into or
coming out of the midland sea an 1 to
levy du les aceordl ig to a Hxod sc lie
mi all ia.r 'Lui��� disc contained i herein.
This duty was c ilie 1 from th" place
where ii was levied "taril'a," or tir:_.
Arnold'*   Co mm enl.
As selie.il Inspect ir Matthew Arnold
was examining il class III geography
one day. nnd, holding up tho poker
with which be was about to stir tin.
fire, he asked If any child could tell
hiui where it was manufactured.
There was a long silence, broken by
the schoolmistress, who remarked nervously that such Information was Lot
mentioned iu CornweU's geography.
"No," said Arnold; "CornweU's ?.n
ass I"
Tlie   Knter.nlner.
"My wife is a lecturer, and 1 am an
entertainer," said Hobbs.
"Indeed'.'   1  knew your wife appeared
Iii public but 1 did not knov that you
ever did."
"Ob, I dou't. 1 stay at homo and entertain the baby."
Timber Notices
Notice is hereby given that :!d days,
after date I intend to apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands
and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the fob!
lowing described lands, situated on
Kildala Arm, Coast District, B.C.
No. 7���Commencing at a post planted about one mile from the head of
Kildala Arm. ou the south bank of the
Arm, running as follows: Si) chains
south, 80 chains east, SO chains north
to shore, then along shore to point of
No. 8���Commencing at a pos- planted about one mile up Fall creek, ou
the east hank of creek, running -is
follows: so chains east, SO chains
south. 80 chains west, more or less, to
creek, then along creek to point of
No 9���Commencing at post planted j
about one mile up Fall Creek, on east j
bank of creek, joining No. 8 claim on
west line, running as follows; 160
chains south. 10 chains west. 160
chains north, 10 chains east to point
of commencement.
N'o 10���Commencing at pis planted
about I miles up Dala River from Its
mouth, on the north bank of river,'
then running as follows: 10 chains
wes-. mi chains north. 120 chains eas.,
4o chains south, mme or less, t i river,
then along river to point of commenc -
No. 11���Commencing a- pos; planted
about 6 miles up from the mouth, on
the north bank of Dala River, running
as follows: 10 chains north, SO chains
east, 10 chains north and SO chains
east, 40 chains south, more or less, to
river, then along river to point of com-'
No. li'���Commencing a' a post plant-;
ed about four miles up from the mouth
of the Dala River, on south bank,
running as follows: 40 chains eas-. 10
chains north, 120 chain., east, 4"
chains north, more or less, to river,
then along river to point of commencement.
No. 13���Commencing at a posi planted about one mile from the head of
Kildala Arm, on south bank, running
as follows; 40 chains south, 40 chains
west, 40 chains south, 40 chains west,
10 chains north, 4') chains west, 40
chains north, more or less, to shora,
then along shore to point of commencement.
No. 11���Commencing at a post planted about one-half mile from the head
of Kildala Arm, on the north bank,
running as follows: 10 chain- north.
10 chains east, pi chains south, 120
I chains east, In chains south, l_o
; chains west to shore, then along shore
to point of commencemen'.
No. 15���Commencing al a post plant-
i ed about one mile up from the m iu h
of the Dala River, on east bank, running as follows: SO chains east, 40
, chains north, to chains east. 40 P|, tins
north, 40 chains east. 40 chains north,
more or less, to river, then along river
to point of commencement.
No. Ki���Commencing a: post planted
at the mouth of Dala River, Coa3t Dis-j
trict, on west bank, running as foi-
lows: lu chain:, west, 80 chains nort'i.
120 chains east, 10 chains south, more
or less, to river, then along river to
point of commencement.
No. 17���Commencing at a post planned on the west bank of the Kittimat
Arm, about twelve miles south of Kittimat Indian Village, opposite G ���
Island, at mouth of Kildala Arm, run-;
ning as follows: in chains nortl . I 1
chains west, m ( hain ��� nor- h, 10 chains
'east, in chains north, lo chains east,
1 20 chains to point of commem emen
No. 18���Commencing  tl a posi plani
ed  aboul   20 chains  soutl   ol   1 ist  1 F
Claim No.  17. running a - : ill m. -:   i 1
elm ins west, 80 chains south, 40 chaii Notice Is hereb;   jl ven thai the iart
west, mi chains south, 10 chains east, nershlp herel ifore subsisting between
''"'" iiSmy -':.>������ .. point of ���. a. us. the undersigned, aa plumbers, tin-
:-1.-iir--_.ii,..-.!r. smiths   and   general   hardwar -  m --
x"' 1;' -Commencing il ap 1 lant- chants, In the cltj of New Westmln-
'"I aboul on����ile up from the motitn ster, B.C., under the Arm name ol
of Dem- Creek, on Devastation Chan- Hardman & Bryson, ha this da been
���"''��� situated aboul elghl mil,., south dissolved bj mutual msent, James S
of Kildala Arm, running as follows;  10   Bryson   having   taken  over   the   si.I
chains east, SO chains north, 40 chains  business. A   certificate  of Indefeasible  Title
mist, 40 chains north, so chains west,      Persons  having  any  claim against  to the above property will be issued
lm  chains   south,   to   point   of com-   the said  fl
Located Nov. 5, 1906.
Locator. WM. MOODY, D.D.S.,
Very Special
160 acres, Westminster
district, 40 ac. under cultivation, 10 ac. orchard, 3-4
ac strawberries planted
this year, alder bottom
land,running spring, house
18x22. frame barn 30x32,
14 post frame house and
cow stables,:! in all, stable
S cows and 2 span horses,
near .Mission station,
schools, churches near at
hand, steamer lands twice
a day,about 100 ac. timber,
fir and cedar, never been
logged, $2000 refused for
standing timber, carriage
house 16x24, hen house
made of hewed timber laid
in mortar, 12x30, a chance
of a lifetime, $8,000, $4000
cash, bai. at 6 per cent.
100 acres,   all   fenced
ready for cultivation n
water    half- mile %
school, all ready for cii
vation, at Chilliwack j*
per acre.
��� I
'���'   J
'   1
20 lots on Oth Avenue,
only $1100 cash.
l'o-srore-.- house, corner of Sixth
street and Eighth avenue, ii rooms,
brick chimney, all papered inside an 1
pained, full size lot, G6 x 132, floors
covered with new oilcloth.   Price $953.
House on Brantford street, rents $ir,
���per month. Wlll sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, balance easy.
On? ami a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terrn.- t i be arrange l.
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight, rooms, ail
modern, s'able and chicken house, full
sized lot, two store;..., $1,000 cash,
Double tenement house, i> rooms in
each house, water, lighl, full size lot,
between First and Second street,
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at 0 per cent.
Five cottages on First street, opposite Queen's park.    Price $7,000.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in even* respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and Mowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.   .
160 acres In Surray, near Brown &
Coulthard's ranch, $7 per ame; good
terms: fruil '.and-; see im for particulars.
80 acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, In Surrey; good house. 6 acres
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms.
i ,:.  acre
don   ::.('. 70 m
;    '  : ������ :    r, .
ens-   $2,500;
$")0   | ���
; i     lit purchase
a in :' ir sellln \
���a i  health,   u
160 aere-, \" :. -, .
10,    Laim'.
aci - -   cleare I,      ml. | tj
Prli ���  $1,500.
al 7 per cent.
168 :n res  I !oq
e 1. ne ir Blai '. $2,000,
S an I 10 acn n Surre;
miles fr im I he $10 | er act
i 60 .r-:r~. se Hon . I iwusl
_ >_. miles from . botsl rd * ���
alder bottom, $1,200. h   I casb
Ten acrea In L n li
j of We:-- min nei   Iui    io    U a
I llj  cleared.   $30 i><
Don't Miss
8-roomed House,all modem improvements, tine location, corner of Fourth St.
and Agnes, $5000. one-
half cash. A comfortable
home and good family residence.
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 room
bath,   sewer connection
all modern improvemeij
splendid locality, $280
Terms arranged.
Two-storey   house,   stable,  chicken
house, two full sized lots, all modern
Improvements, Third street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, $2,250,
$1,500 cash;  good snap.
House on Royal and Eighth Street,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
lot,  $2,000.
House, 10 rooms, in, lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street.
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged,
Hous ���  an I   full  sized  lot. 6  rooms,
on i': ;:i reel, near six' h avenue,
good garden, fruit trees, only $950.
Eighl roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street an I
Sixth  str "���'. two storeys, $3,750.
House and 1 it on Agnes street, two
storej -, 3even rooms; a real snap at
Corner of Sixth streel and Fourth
avenue, house and seven lots, orchard
fruil trees, etc., $3,100, half cash.
Large lol an I two cottages on Columbia sl ree'. Sapperton, Both rented
at $lo each.
House, corne;   of Fifth
SIxl h   il reel.  one two stottj|
rooms, $2,500. ha I
Boarding house  20 i      -  '-���
: street,  one   block osl  1
rents at $30 per moi
I $4,500.
Seven-roome I housi Si venth a
near Fifth avenue, t�� i stortRj
sized lot, $1,600.
House and full .-.    I lol ���
Twelfth   streel   an I   Fourth ai|
$300. im storeys.
House, eight rooms "ii Si '��j
street, corner Fourth, $2,500:'
House,   full I
si: .'.-���.  Sapperton     eats fo
month.   Only $1,050.
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broke|
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Bank of Montrca
Land Registry Act
Ur Lol 181, Group l i excepi I wo par s
conveyed), New Westminster District,
Incorporated   by   acl   of   parliament
CAPITAL  iW.lt paid  up)
rm are hereb; required to to Rhoda McKamey on the 29th day
presenl the same with full particulars of December, 1906, unless In tlie mean-
to the saiii .1. s. Bryson, who has as-: Ume a valid objection thereto be made
-nmed  all   liabilities, and   intends   to   '" uie in writing by a -person or per- i world.
lit.  Hon. Lord Strathcona an
G ,   	
Hon.   Sir   G,   A.   Driimmond
IO. S. Clouston Vice Pre
General hanking business transacted.
Mount.   Royal,   0,   C.  "���>���
  Honorarj President
ml   and   Genera! Manager
Drancheb In all the principal citle*  in  Canada, in  London,     '
ii nirt- *'1
York, Chicago, ami St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in an v
N'ov. 24, 1906.
Frank Vandal;,   carry on the said   business under the ; -'"ns   claiming   an   estate  or   Interes
I firm name Of Bryson <fc Sons. therein, or in any part thereof.
Purchase Notice  New WestmiMter' B-c" mhN��-\ cs.keith,
vember, L908
Effect  of  llleli   Living
Goodman Gouroug Wake up, pard,
Wot yc grotinln'about? Tuffold Knot
(rubbing his eyes. Gush, but I've had
a hor'ble dream! I thought I'd got a
job u' work an' wu-/. doln' the tuunb
curln' fur a octopus.   Chicago Tribune.
First Duke -Why d in't you travel Incognito, as I d i'.' It's far pteasauter.
Second Duke- Ves. but my wife always goes with me. and I married an
Luck   fallows  the  hopeful;  111  luck,
the fearful.���German Proverb.
Notice Is here!);,  given thai 60 days
after date  I Intend   applying  to  the      Witt
i Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands   and   cjt0r.
Works for permission to purchase the
following described  land, situated ut j
the mouth of the Kildala river. Const
district:  Commencing nl a post mark-'
ed W.  M.'s X. E Corner planted on
; the south  bank  of the  Kildala   river
at   the mouth, running as  follows:   IO
| chains    south,    40    chains   west,     |u
chains north to the Shore Iiii", thence
i following shm-e line to place of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or less.
Aug.  27, 1906,
Locator, \v   Moony,
Oct. 24,  1906,
District Registrar of Titles.
ALFRED HARDMAN,           Land    Registry    Office,   New   Wes;
JAMES S.  BRYSON.       minster,  is.''., 21st   November, 1906,
I. P.  Hamilton Bole, ��.oil- 	
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth 8tre��t,
The person or persons having in ' imi r
custody or possession the following
Title I) Is relating to the snld properly are requested to deliver the same
to the undersigned:
12th December. 1895���Robert Gran
vllle McKamey to Thomas Hubert McKamey, conveyance in  fee.
Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New Westminster, B.C.
Shingle and SatA
Mill  Machine^
New Westminster, B. C. ;.>   -'   :*   '*"���
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 143 Hastings Street. West, Vancouv
fains & Steamers
.; -IN   LINE.
X. W wr x. w. 11.; *.
I ;;���:���;   M SSION BRANCH
X, w
i   Seattle 15.50.
ar. N. W. 18.40.
.   v,   ���    -  I. 15, 15.40, 17.35.
X, v.. .-   5, 11. 15, 16.40, 18.40.
','.. . . a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
*. v.. i  ' |.:;... ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
,*. W. fi  Y -VANCOUVER
W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
fancouver ..'la a.m., and 4 p.m.
V v,'. 9:35 a.m
, -OxkiB. 2:40 p. ul; ar. N. W.
|p m. _ti_ 6 p. m.
���Quays only.
Sew Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
la. a., and every half hour the.e-
|tiil il p. m.
Yanecaivtrr for Westminster at
I hours.
aser River and Gulf
{m N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a -m.
In Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
���N'- W, Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
JmChwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri., 7 u.m.
x W. daily, ex. Sat. ax<i Sun..
Saturday, 2 p.m.
��� hi]. Monday, 6 a.m.
"Sti ri ston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
��� 'rip Saturday, 6 p.m.
N v''-. Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
Victoria Tues. and Sat 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
'    ���*"     ���     7.45 a.m.    6 4(i p.m.
ton ai     ���
��� ������ 7.45 a in. n ::*, a m.
1 7.45 a.m.   9-flO.a.m
S.   S.  Tees,
'  :      I4'h     :   ��� . :....:     foi
to Ahouset, Quatsin     Capi   Scol   an I
'...���  ports,
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster en Mon
day. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursdaj
end Friday at 2 p m. and Saturdaj
at _ p. m. with additi nal trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m, additional
trip Saturday  5  p.  m.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster,' 8 a, m. .
ar. Guichon   Momla.vs- Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a. m. Tuesday, j
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at !
landings   between   N'.w   Westminster {
and Chilliwack. ���
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at  '_  p. m., ZnS J
and  16th  of  each  month,   onllin?.  at I
Skidepate on first trip and Bella Coola J
on second  trip. Time on  arrival nnd 1
departure  are  approximate. ���
For   reservations   and   InforBtatStm i
call or address [
Agent, New Westminster, !
E. .1. roVLE. ;
Asst. Gen.  Pass   Agent, Vancouver. I
J. W, TROUP, !
General Suner'ntendent, Victoria.
i.en. Agent, Freight Deft.,
Mew   *>".' -siminster.
'   10 .   ::���
i a.m.
1.13] ra,
" p_m,
2.80 | .m.
'   I"' a m
i 15 p.m
11.00 tun.
Canadian Pacific
The only railw; ' i u__i__jg through
Bleepers and torn Isi cai in si equipment.
Train for Seal le leavi b nt 1.30 a.m.
Eastern Expn     al 1 j 40
For rales, reservations and other
particulars apply to
C.   P.  I*    Af-'ei".
New Wn
E.   J.   COYLE,
Asfi-Starrt   Genera
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Daily  : X|-\v Dallj
*:���.'('am Illaine. BeTTlhg at" pin
4:36 pm ham      Burling 9:55pm
ton,    Ml.    \'er-|
non.     Everett,
Seattle       and
1:35 pm Spokane.        St   3 ;iie pea
Paul    and    all
points   Fast
9.20 ail: Almonries, 3:00 |UU
Woolley,     and
��� ' I 0 pm Vancouver 9 20 am
9:55 pm |4:36pm
l.v.    New    Westminster    for
G ih bon 3:50 p. m Ar. Qulchon
6 p. in.. Monday. Wednesday,
8:45  a    in    ar.  fron.  Qulchon,
9:30 a. in.  I.v. fur Vancouver
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, Si. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluih, Chicago, St.
Louis and  all  paints  East.
For    complete    Information,
rates,   berth   reservation,   etc.,
call on Or address,
1*   (', MO.EHS. Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, B. C
S. <!.  YFRKKS. A   G,  P.  A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seat ne. Wash.
I Northern Pacific
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train,   Low Rates.
[QuickTime. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-,
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rate*    Round   Trip I
Rates   to   Southern   Caii,'o.nia.
For full inform! ion cal! on or write
i*. E. LANG, Genera] Agent,
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver. B, C,
Portland, lire. \. G,     A
j  The White Pass
: and Yukon Route
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and frcipht connect with
stagi s _t Carcross and While Horse,
maintaining a through wuiici service
For information Kpply to
I 11 ROGERS, Traffic Manage!
Vancouver,  "���   C
Th.1.    * nntr   Inlo   *..,..,.,!   i.r   in   iho
l-'if*.'- ntii  Century.
Curiouslj  enough, that article, now
considered   almost   indispensable,   (hp
(abb i,rn ia,. was flrsl used only by
children and was only adopted by elder
members ol the family about thc middle of the fifteenth century. In etiquette books or an earlier dale thau
lhis among other sate pieces of advice
for children are Instructions aboul w!p
lng their fl igers and lips wilh th
It seems that lho tablecloth was long
enough to reach the floor and Berved
the grown people in place of napkins
When thej did begin to use napkin.
(hey placed them first on thc shoulder
then on the left ann and finally tied
them aboul lbe neck.    A French writer
who evidently was conservative and
did not welcome the napkin kindly re
cords with S'Oi'ii:
"The napkin Is placed under the chin
and  fastened lu ^he back, as If enc
were golUg tO be gllaved     A perse i I ild
mc that be wore bis that waj thai be
mlghl not ��� dl bis beautiful frills"
li w ns I. dilHi uli matter lo tie thc
two coruerp In tbe back, and li is said
that ihence originated our express! m
for straitened ctrcuuiRtances, "Hard to
make   both   ends   meet "    Tills   CUttOUl
led to the h.ibii efVibio wafers carry
iim a napkin on the Iof 1 arm.
chinese hatred
breaks out anew
Threatened   Lien    Chow    Miasi onaries
Supposed to be Pi ic-An. Net
Ne�� Yorf;, Nov. 26.���Dr. Arthui
Judson Brown, secretarj of 'he Presbyterian    board   of foreign  missions.
vas  shewn   the   ABBOClated   Press  ,lo.
patch irom Canton, china, relative to
the renewal of hostile demonstrations
against missionaries in lhe l.ien Chow
district. He said thai so far as ihe
board knows there are at present no
Presbyterian missionaries in Lien
Chow, other than Chinese converts.
���I<   .aid
l   think thai  undoubtedly the  de
noiiBtratlonB,  if  Buch   exist,  are  di
��� eii i  a- aim'   I rem ii  Catholic  mU-
��� i. liai . (bere being several priests
.iatinne,l in and aboul Lien I'bow I
I,now ol no othei religious bodies m
wmi, about Lien i'how nui mission
aiies since the onl break of Octobei
lasi  yeai  have been in Canton."
iVnnv��,in'_   . . lroi.r��ni r,
In Tennyson's "Palace of Art
the lines
pobi.   and moons  of
Eight   .rains Every Day In the Ye.t
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
^ ��jjlc  J\jjlwaukee"
i-  lighted  wiib
gnsf  the   most
11.36 a.m
C 00 ,   n
: 1.00; a
ian P
tlbh c
Spokane falls S Northern Ry. Co.
Kelson ifl.Sheppard Ry.Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
aciiic Railway Co. The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and 0, R,
J'"bia Coast   Lin.
���f rvice.
I mbodies thc newest   and besl ale ib
for   i i .Ml ' "RT,   ' ONVENIENCE
Pass^-.ycr    ..,-et,    ^    , ,   v ,   , ��� y        [,
Van<:onver. ,    .,,    ,.;,,,. ,;ly    ,,���,,
brilliantly illuminated train in the
..,,rid. I he 11;" run rn consists ol
pi i\ ate i' mipai tmi nl cars, . tandard
io section ileepcra, luxurious dining
. .ir reclining i hail cars I eai fi ee I,
modern day coaches and buffet, li
brnrv and  i moking i in -
For Tune Table*,   Folder*, oi   ui)
further information call on oi   write
���*io Second '".venue, Seattle, Wash
E. C    '
�� L-me Service
"The   Pionrr-  Limited-'   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago, "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
No   trains   in   the    sctviie   on   any
���railroad  rn  the  world  that   equal   in
c-i-fitipmcnt   that  of  ihr   Chicago,   Mil
waulcee   ft  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own  .iml operate their  own  sleeping
nnd dining ears on alll their trains and
give  iHeir  patrons  an   excellence  of
service   nd   obtainable   elsewhere.
US   ROWE. General Agent,
i.i.i Third Si . cor Alder. Portland. Or.
I   Um jjICdgj *i''   i
I'.nr '   |  l   .
i- Powoi I i MI'Ill
iii.      ��� i 11 i     i in e vv 11    .     ... .   '��� i
r It   la   I hi   ijiih ; '   I   iui
ninal i   ' "ii'i'ia ai    Vi om ;:'   John. I inc.
i  '   ami   Dei     I dr    I':   i arth ul  i
ajijilv    In
CD- (.oun i.
C.   P.   R.   AGENT.
She   fiiw   Ilie  .nnu-y
Thai mystic fleld ��>r drifted light
In min Orion, ami Uie married Btiu-..
Tin. nt first looks like n literary pur
nllel to suiti's well known fortuitous
forecast or the discovery of the Mar
tinii satellites, and .1 s Stevenson,
writing from (llllrnvou, Norwood.
Ceylon, points oul that Professor it.
II. Tin an" ,. aiic- il iii "SJ idem Astr in
oniy" on having been written in 1830.
This, however, appears not to huve
been the i ise, for Mr. Stevenson un
reference (o the biography of the late
poet laurei ie by the present Lor'.'.
TeuuyBon has round the nolo "The
'Moous nt Mars' is lhe only modem
reading here, All the rest are moro
than half a ��� eutury old." Scleutlflc dis
covery wiih thus noi anticipated by
Tennyson In (he mention of Martian
satellites.   Mature,
"Jerry   from  Kerry."
The   Dull}    Reporter,   Mlnoi.   x.iv.
sms   The production lasi evening nt
ll lera bouse of "Jerry from Kerry"
was in simple wot.is a "crackerjadk."
The evening's entertainment wns ,mp
ol tin i"-i evei witnessed ln our city,
and ii is safe to sav thai there wns
ii ai a dissatisfied pet-Bon in the audi
ence, Besides Hm iroup they carry a
Bne band and orchestra, whoso music
��ns very much enjoyed by Hie clti-
/'���ns of Mlnot.
Big Fire.
Sturgeon falls, nut.. Nov. _i!    Tl
McArthur block, the   chief   bus!ne_._
structure of the 'own. was deBti
b}   lii" bisl   Sal unlay.     Loss   $40, I i
partlall.  i overed by Insurance.
Iii  ;i  place  in   New  Jersey  (he lnim
olll' irs   bud   jusl   pul   si,nu.   lire  eitlll
gulshcis In  their big buildings    one
day oui   of ibe buildings eaugbl lire.
hiivs lbe riilhidelphlil  Ledger, nnd the
,.\ iiuguiBliei. failed i" do i heir wor.
A few days later ni the towu meel
nc some I'll!   ens iiii-il I,, !, ��� 11 n lbe Cell
p en
I I'll '    I 111      bad   11 ri |y   disi usseil   I b"
siibji'i'i one ol Ihem said, "Mr. Chair
i inn i uml ��� n n iithni I lint lhe lire < i
tluguli In i be . ..HiiiiH' I leu dn.vs bi
fore ev ii, ip i "
,; ii' hon M. I Merthelaugh, Mi ul
������""'��� P H Vuger, Toronto; J. David-
��� son. Vancouver; Qeorge Behrlng, Winnipeg; V Watchell, K S, Green nud
1 ' M Ri oolds, \lr.s. Hayes, Van
couvei . I. \. McNeill, J, m. HbI ;-
'"' '������''.   '���'    *    Munson,   San   Fran
V'lndsoi     v.     m    whalen,   Belling-
���    C    .'i. Vancouvei    ;
P tshburn, Hazelmere;
W    H    Ladnei      adner;   T.   Hall    i
V  ncouvei    C   i   ler   Hanej
& N. Co.
Connects at Rowland with th
I adian  Pacific  Railway
���   ;t notice).
"       V ������lleiilivi'l-
- '. Jan. 9. 1907;
Princ    *'V,ctoria.
i an-
for   Boundary
Creek points.
Connect- at M-j-ers Falls wiib
stage .-lily for Republic.
Buffet servi.-e on train- between
Spokane ai*'l  Nelson
j dally at  l  p, m.
S,C2"'e- Q.Jeen  Cj.
jl,. .
feci - '"��� at 7 a. m.
9.20 a.m.  .
12.25 pm-  ���
9.40 a.m.  .
Sunday,    November     10,
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane    7 IS I""
..Rossland   4-'o p.m
.. .NeUon  ^-4.. p m
Grand Trunk Ry. Ayrshire Bulls ajid Chester
Excellent Train Service Between \|f||j}|��   |i(|(|,S
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
'I here may be some
clothing as good as
r���__-__E_n___Bn___ on
s- Joan
 nt  Sat.
:   10 p. m. ant-
^n,) a]i th   prim ipal business centers of
01  : Al.'i'i, QUEBEC and   tho MAKI-
Dr.  11. I). Brown, vs, a  graduate  p|((. a j , 1; 1, [ > n IA. via Niagara Falls.
of -, ������ Ontario    ial    Si h    ' IU
In Now We er 1
an I Saturday, and  will ex iralni
��� ��� 1 free of < hai ge
DR.   H.   D.   DROWN. V.S.
For Time Tables, etc.. address
���        ' art tier1'  r^Et'iV^in'*
nt, l.*J5AaamsSt.,CWc��go,IIl.
Young breeding stoi li of pi Ize �� ;,>
11 11 ��� animal.. 1 loine and sei 01 _ 1:'"
11.   telephone,
Telephone .1 17a.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
l  ���������   ��� 1 li   ;��'���  %
i lUEiuuu
'! diiu
���   . WESaEXSLSSi
FILucI Block.   New Westminster, B.C
but not at the pricc
None better at any price. '4
:-,., N,
I. 17
Published by the Daily News Pub-
Hshing ('ompany Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth nn I Front
Streets, Xow  Westminster. B.C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
Transien. display advertising, 10
cent-, per   ,ne    nonpariel)  12 lines to
For the table, get WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Every grain a
perfedl crystal Absolutely pure,
clean and never cakes.
.Wednesday, Nov. 28th
K.ve   .e_.ts   per
iine   tor
Vie-   i_,cb
.-ui Be-iUen
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 ���
cents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 j
cents per line.
-""en    time   contracts,   special   posi-
tuns, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births,    marriages    or
deaths. 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent, per j
word.       -N'o advertisement taken  for
less than 25 cents.
Day Office   A22
Night   Office    B22
-'. . SB
IN* -
Jerry from Kerry
DON'T    MISS    IT-
TUESDAY.  NOV. 27,  1906.
As we anticipated, tbe Columbian
sees ;;. the proposals of the fisher.
, .... | ,;i D nhing i'i' a chance to
poll .. capital against the Ot-
:a .��� a Government, and to work off a
little : ��� . - 'i.i' spleen. In order to do
I ... n tries to persuade its readers
that the time foi proti sl h is passe 1.
We a..iti! have more to say as to thai
ve; but in the meantime, we
wish to emphasize the point that the
lime for protest is NOW. The fact
that the "minority comnilssioner" is
the managing director of this paper
woul 1 discount to a certain extent any
protest which came merely from the
Daily News; and for that reason we
do not care to enier into the matter
more fully now. He musi be a blind
man. however, who does not see ihat
the effect of the proposed extension
of close time on the river would be
very prejudicial to the interests of
New Westminster, and the sooner the
citizens take steps to defend their inlo: -est s. the better.
Once    >IIk1,i .     finite   l.n.lne    .Ironnd ,
Be-,.--*- civil!���.io*. |THE pAnEN m FLET(;Her COMPANY
The lion, like the other great cats. Isj
a relic of a dimirj-hing  race and dominion.    In the early  stone  age  the
"cave"   Hon   roamed   throughout   thej
southern half of Europe,  and  it is be
Heved that along the Mediterranean, at
least, its extinction  wa.s due to prehls-1
torlc man.
The battle bas gone on  over since, i
Long   ago   lions    were   exterminated
from    Afghanistan,   Baluchistan   and
northern Persia.    A century :i_*o they
wore more or less prevalent  on north -
western  India,  but  now none remain Prices-75c   ami   50c.     Gallery,
save  a  few  in  the  Gheer,   a   wooded   -25c.
hilly tract of Kattlawar, where they j Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store,
are "to some extent preserved by tho
nawabs of Joonaghoor;" Fnrslstan,
where tbe marshes nbout Nlrls lake af
ford shelter nnd the hosts of pigs
fe ding on tho acorns of the oak forests
furnish subsistence.
Similar conditions enable u few lions
to maintain themselves along the lowei
Euphrates and Tigris, hm tbey wee
lom; ago exterminated fr en all Asia |
Miliar. Syria. Arabia. Egypt and Algo
ria. From Abyssinia ami the southern
Sahara southward to the Orange river
lions stiii ,xis, except    the most pop J.C.STEWARTS MERRY MUSICAL FARCE
ul ms districts, and in some places an
very numerous.
There seems never to have been mun
than ' ii" species, nor, In spite of tbi
former belief In the "mnneless lions ol
Guzerat" and il black tnaned" ones
of other places, is any variety well Io
calized. Lions with full manes bave
boon sh.it in India as well as thosi
with hardly any. and "out of fifty male
lion skins scarcely  tw i  will  be found
Thursday, Nov. 29th
wm two
The Cleanest, Funniest, Wittiest
and Most Successful Comedy
Ever Produced.
alike in .dur and length of  mane."-1 New Songs!    Pretty Girls!   Elaborate
Ernest Ingot-soil's "Life of Mammals." Costumes!
Pricks ���75c   ami   50c.    Gallery,
Drug Store.
Seats on sale at Rval
The   South   African  football   team,
touring  the old country, have made,
so far  :is  the score goes, as good a
roi old   as  the   New   Zealandors,  up  to
last advices, and in the matter of their
manner of playing, a much better one.
Ther-' were few gah_.eS of the New
Zealanders which were not followed
by sharp discussion and bitter feeling;
but the case is very different with the
men from the Cape. Here is whait a
paper which gives a full record of
their performance so far, has to say
on thai  point:
"One point alone remains to he noted. The methods of the South Africa n: are ���-��� rupulo mlj fair. They play,
it is true, a keen an I \ Igoi ous game,
but their footer is as hone-' as II Is
bard. Their success thus leave, none
ol tbe bi- lorne.-. and calls for n n
of those comments which the similar
succe - of the New Zealanders compelled conscientious critics to make
in the interests of 'the good old game,'
whicb. splendid exercise as it is. is
ii il worth playing excepi in the proper
iii Tba' -aii li is playing fair for
shei : love ol falrni --. an I plaj Ing
hard in all goo I nature and goo 1 fellow >hip. All this tbe' South . fi leans
And  so doing,   el an example worthy ol   Imitation  In  othei   things   I ���-
A Flahcrman'a Emblem Tim. Telia of
DtntrpMH   nud   Hope.
One  of  the   frequent  sights   in  tbe
ports along the eastern coast Is that of I
a fishing schooner coming into the liar-1 ���-__���______-���-���_____--___________-_���^���^
bor w'.ili an  American ting hoisted at
the mainmast head In Its reverse posi-, WANTED���Board and room. b\ young
tlon.   To tbe Interested spectators that |     man:   mus;,   be   moderate.     Iiox  !.
flag always brings a pang of di_tress,
for it mean., that one or more of the
crew are "missing" through some calani-
Dally News office.
Ity of tne sea. But to the members of
the craft Itself the signal Is not always
an emblem of woe. The ting is hoisted,
from their viewpoint, to notify those
concerned that the complement of the
ship is not full, and they live on hope
for a long time before they acknowledge that the men who have disappear
ed are really lost.
A stranger to seafaring ways asked
the skipper of one ol* these fishing
schooners the other day what the distress signal meant, and he was set
right by tbe captain, who remarked in
tho mosi cheerful way In the world:
"They're missing out of th' crew, of
course, but we haven't given them up
by    :l     Inti:.'    Sight.       Ve    see.    tbey    Ill'I.V
have  been  picked   up by   some other.
boal  nn' carried off I i th'  other side.!
Oh, no, wo don'l give them up .put be
cause we've missed  theni!    It's more
than likely  they'll turn up yet."���New
York Press.
WANTED���A cooper who understands
distillery work. Apply A. T. Morrow. Ei. C. Distillery, New Westminster.
An Excellent Opportunity to get a
��� Splendid Line of--���
at the lowest possible price is afforded all at
Lee's Furniture Emporium
Vv e  Have  a  Great Variety
-   -   ~   of All  Lines   -   ~ -
A Few Suggestions for Xmas
Our stock is at your disposal,and we may be able to save you <
able time and worry by suggesting that SHE MAY WANT A SECRETAR1E.
We have them from $6.50 each up. Or a MUSIC CABINET. We have a
nice line of beauties from $9.00 each up. Or a ROCKER. No better
values ever offered; Solid Oak Cobbler Seat, from $3.00 each up. Or a
PRINCESS DRESSER. A most beautiful line are Quartered Oak. polisl e..
large oval and shaped British mirrors, from $26.00 each up.
Or, HE MAY NEED A CHIFFONIER, a man's delight.    We have ihem fro
$15.00 each up, in oak.  Or a MORRIS CHAIR   solid comfort    in which he
may sit and dream of YOU.    We have them from $6.50 up; solid oak
frames.    Or a large EASY CHAIR.   Or a BOOK CASE.
Come and look around.    We are putting goods away every day for
Xmas delivery.    Don't leave it too late.    Come early!
LEE S   Furniture   Emporium
Dupont   Block Telephone  73
Mi-   Went.
"Like most men." he said. "I have
my shortcomings, I suppose, iuu"-
"Oli, it Isn't your sli irtcnmings father
objects to!" Interrupted the girl, "It's
your long stnyings."
l'l��  Fatnl   Dlniider.
"Why did you think he bad been
drinking?   lie didn't show it."
"Not iiniil be went oul of his way
to prove that be hadn't."���Philadelphia
1 ������   a tte    ol in'   i annol
i '��� publlshe i mile.. ��� tho writer send ���
us :n ��� nan e I: his a itemenl a w:- ���
rhallei ;ed, ihe Dallj News uiu" : | .
le ' r ui ve ac uithorlt; inle ll
knew from whom the statements
We v. Ish io call attentl in lo the
ending of the case of Rex vs. Morrison. At iircent we have lime .inl?
io note thai Mr. Morrison, a well-
known and responsible citizen, ba.,
: ee-, subjected to a great deal of expense, trouble and annoyance by a
Government prosecution which ends
by the announcement that. Hi_. Governmenl has dropped tho case. Tha
Dally News was sneered at and denounced for describing this prosecution as a piece of political malice; if
ii had any better foundation, why has
it bei n dropped?
Our iard ia :!i" ex'racl of pure hog
fat,    it. i.s as pure as it is white,   Trj
Reichenbach & Co.
WANTED    Smart   Boy.
Apply Heaver Cigar Factory.
MRS.   DOMINY,  proprii    6
Arrow   Press   Job   Print' i      having
engaged a practical printer, bega 'o
thank Hie public l''i.- Hear kind | at
: onage, ������>. hich .-be bo, es will be cm
LOST ��� Between Leopold place ani
Fourth avenue and Eighth sire"'.
large amethyst bro ich with diamond setting in center. Finder will
be rewarded. Apply E. Goulet, C.
P. R. station.
y^^^ _����� ��� ��� ��^^_- -
Provrrii,.  of  ,\_��aiti.
Here are some rather clever proverbs
of  Ass. in:    "The  best crops  grow on |
Others' Holds, but tbe best  sons ure at'
home."    "A bird is a little thing, but
it.  builds  iis nest  on   a   lofty  bulung
tree."    "Buy land  which slopes to the!
middle,  and   marry  a  girl  who  has a
good mother, I'be blggesl jack fruit
ill ways bides under lbe leaves." "If u
man slips down it Is always bis eldest
wife's   fault,   bill,   it   llis   youngest   wile
makes a mistake be says ho will see
nbout    il."      "A    hasty    cool:,   n    hasty
broom, and  lbe husband  goes fasting j
tt   slow  cook.  :i   slow   bloom,   anil  the I
husband eels three meals o dav."
33G Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering,
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Sti DENTS Always in   DEMAND,
R. I. SPRdTT, B. A., Principal
A sho.. f.i,- well-dressed m<m.
Costs enough to Insure a perfect
shoe, leu. ii as lev,- as a shoo of
this ' , ii a ter '-an lm Bold. See i
beside a. cheaper shoe, t'." cliff n
ince  is unmistakable,
Men who want appearance, satisfying wear, end solid comfort.
��ho_l_  wear the  "Invictus Shoe."
Made   by   GEO.  A.  SLATER
Men's Mulehide, Blucher-cut Boots, Duk-Bak
Waterproof Soles $5.50 pair
The Best Boot made in Canada today is the Invictus Box Calf, Heavy Duk-Bak Soles, for
men; a strictly waterproof hoot....
$5.00 pair
Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Cushion Top:
We have them in variety,- SILK, SATIN,
PLUSH, TAPESTRY, etc. all new designs.
The Very Thing for an Xmas Gift.
A. J. BIRTCH, 275 Colum)
 bia Street ���
Growing Appreciation
===== Sugar Cured
Breakfast Bi con and Han
These Are Ch
Fine, almosl new, well bulll house, bath, "
Improvement;   first-class situation;  iwn lota
possession.    Price low; terms easy; enquire.
8 1-3 acres in Burnaby, fi minutes from
sitlon  I'm- anyone contemplating market gardenln
Easily cleared.   Only $1,300.
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Coats, thai plea..  th( little frirk.
are   to   be  found   af th*   CASH
in  all  size..
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ner Coats   at $4.0     '*   ���   .
oats at $2.00,       ��� -4.5   ar    '    '
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quality,   all   wool,    imported
- >ds,47 in.vi li ..in.! ha\ e that
soft   feel wh.. -  moro
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lino  French wool   tf��l       J
per Plaids and Tartans in stock at 75c, 65c. SOc and 35c
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the same old N'o  20  with a ne�� dress     |  (]���.,,, their Worth, and til'* trUth Of what \VP ?av. >
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In. and  the  'i^ savi       i      I   moie jeu,;
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I'. How ���   ' trleiai    ha ���   Kdward  cann     tenia;  all I
i  toll     iiii   announelti .  tin I up al tho governim il v hai I    Phi
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man on   ������ ; I' ���   advanced age ol   a new one wi'l be Installed     he xi
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The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent 20th Cenfury for
New Westminster Citv and District ^^^
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11'���.i'I ��������� a    Uml    Iii   residents n i
able in   ano   iln    clotllln     I In       lund
: I Thursday, Nov. 29th
The   mag boa   Bainsim  was i n illns
IIP     |l|     U||Il ''ill '    ||| a   la |      an  1
will leave to-tlay  foi   I'oi'l  1-lanei and
Porl    II i.a.ai'.l a        \    pile   illl, P|    in I   a
,,i   plies   ��� i i be  i ii en along
nnd   the   banks   o     lhi     l-lvei    and
I wo p line.   i ned
.  r.     Ired    nd  pill   III Bha ������
A  fneeting he Biippoi lei g of
nun' tlissnlt'Ptl partnership, ih" bttfinpss will be
carried on o* heretofore by BRYSON &  SONS
Hardware. Ranges, Stoves,  Tinware,
-  Graniteware and Enamel  Goods -
ie purpose m
Nominating a Candidate
in represent the Liberal
Interests al the next election*
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
All friends nnd suppafters of the party
cordially invited to be present.
[S2�� AND  UP=
flk Fraser River Tannery
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kHe Premises
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
^t.^.n.._r PKiCf:   fOR   HIDES*
Plumbing and Contracting
Holiday Silverware
In arldilinn to the usual variety of standard lines, our
stock comprises many Silver Novelties prepared for the
approaching holiday season, which will be found unique
and at the same time as favorably priced as other
articles of lesser quality and merit.
Columbia Street ���l ���>���������
';   I
n 5 i;
Mm.   Ill-rlilr  Priifi or the S��i"rlTl��fr
Orel. r��  of  Chivalry.
Of all tho orders of mediaeval chivalry which have survived the shook of
successive revolutions on the continent
uf Europe stace the crcat cataclysm of
178!l. thnt of the Golden Fleece ls perhaps tin- most distiiiRiiIsbed and the
most highly coveted by personages of
roynl birth or of illustrious patrician
The badge of Uie order is tlie figure
of a sheep in embossed gold suspended from a heavy chain of gold. The
full robes consist of a long mantle of
crimson velvet, cut In the fashion of a
sacerdotal cope, richly embroidered at
the borders with emblematic devices
of stars, half moons and fleeces In
gold nml lined with white satin, over
a doublet and hose of crimson dnm'iisk.
Tbo full robes also comprise a "chaperon," or hood, with a long flowing
streamer nf black satin, but this headgear ba. in modern times been generally dispensed wiib.
Originally tbe rubes 0f tbe order,
which was founded in 1429 by Philip
tin- <'o.iil. duke of Burgundy, were of
crimson cloth lined witb white lamb's
wool, nnd this circumstance lins somewhat strengthened iln- theory that tbe
golden fleece wns Instituted by Philip
tbe Good in gfateful recognition of the
Immense treasures which the Duke of
Burgundy J.; -11 acquired from the
wool df ;!..��� tanks reared on bis vast
estates in Flanders. He it ns it may.
IL:- woolen costume was changed in
1473 nt n chapter held at Valenciennes
for tbe more costly materials of velvet, taffeta, damask and gold embroidery.��� London Telegraph.
City Elections.
Notice Ss .lereb; given to the K'e--
lers u_ lhe City L'l Ne.v WestiBl^St&r
thai I require the presence ot tne sail
Electors at the City Hall, on
Monday, the 3rd day of Dec.,1906
nt 11 o'clock a.m.. for the purpose of
electing a Mayor and three School
Trustees for the year 1907, and at 12
o'clock noon of the same day, for the
purpose of elec-tin;-; seven persons a.
Aldermen for the said year of 1907.
The mode of nomination shall be as
follows: Kach candidate shall be nominated in writing; the writing shall be
subscribed by two persons as proposer anil seconder, who shall be duly
qualified electors and residents in the
city: and such nomination paper shall
contain a statement signed by the person nominated, that he consents to
such nomination. The nomination papers shall be delivered to the Returning Officer at any time between tne
dale of this notice and (in the case of
Mayor and School Trustees) li! noon
of the 3rd day of December, or (in
the case of Aldermen) 1 o'clock p.m.
of the same day.
In the event of a poll being necessary, such poll will be opened on the
10th day < I December, 1906, at 9
o'clock a.m., and will remain open
until 5 p.m. of the same day, at the
following places: The Council Chamber, Ciiy Hall; the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and al the Light Station, Tenth
Of which every person is required
to lake notice nnd govern himself accordingly.
Given under my hand al the City
Hall, Xew Westminster, the 22nd day
ol November, 1906.
Returning Office
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be pur-
' '��� cd at Jio per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cuts per to'h of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miner,' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miners certmcate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
came with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
thc line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least $100 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 the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2'i per cent, of the sales
of  the products  of  the   location.
PL^iCER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fe��
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
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
'to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredgigg in the 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 term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee's right is conhned to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for fir.-t y*;ar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line <x
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
-hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are 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 each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking _
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, 1500 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 per 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
1 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 a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar cr bars in the nver
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
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.
W'i irk must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $-'00.
A certificate that work lias been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
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 Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve lor an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such period as he may decide, the,
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quan- >
tities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres, :
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister  of the In
Dept, Interior.
HITESIDE & 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
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville street. J.seph Martin, K. C., .1.
W. Weait, W. G. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wi|! be in th3
Westminster offices every Friday afternoon
HOWAY. REID & BOWES. Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New-
Westminster.    A. Whealler, P.O. Box
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
and Notary Public, in practice since
1891 at New Westminster, H.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block. Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box li'.i'.    Telephone Ct.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quartfc/ly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S 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.
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., In
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
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.
R. B. K. of L, 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.
K;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
���Meets in Orange hall first and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
ru. Visiting brelhren are cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. A. P. Halla-
day, N.G.; W. c. Coatham, Hec. Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
I_odge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
3. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman,
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. Sailed Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month
in K. <,r P. Hall. Columbia St., al
s ji. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
lime and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E, h. stlnch
comb-, Pros., II.  Disney, Secretary.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at X o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiling
brelliren are cordially Invited to attend. .1. IS. Rushton, C. R.; F. P
Maxwell, R. S.
A. o. F.���Tho regular meetings of
this Lodge are hold on the Seeond
and Fourlh Tuesdays of each month
at . p. in. in the Oddfellows' Hall,
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
at S o'clock ji. ni., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. 0.J N. R. Brown,
CAMP, 191.���Meels on tho First and
Third Tuesday of every month In
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief;  J. J. Forrester, Hoc. Sec.
Win $300 in Goldl
Reichenbach  Comr
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of|
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th. 1907,1
otherwise same will be distributed among the chari-|
table institutions of the city.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   ��&"&?$' ESDAV.
NOV. 27, 1Ht,
When   you   can   get   fitted   with
Absolutely Damp-proof Boots at
leQId Country Boot-store
He Dick Boot for Men, from $4 up
L Dick Boot for Boys, at $2.75
L pick Boot for Youths $2.oo
j These ar.- ver)  .-uitable for fine and medium wear;   the boys* are
Lt ind.*     ' ble.
, for heavy wear we specially recommend the Glencairn Brand; they
peerless for l��np.   wearing.     Waterproof  qualities  for  men   from
��4,00 and up.    Youths' $2.00.    Boys' $2.73.
    ONLY   AT	
��� Old Country BOOT-STORE
COLUMBIA ST. I  Stewart. Prop.
Evi r. one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines .
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Colum- uv '' Stave Lake Power
bla. may be homesteaded by any per- Company, Limited, a Bpeclallj Incor-
son who is the sole head of a family, porated com ian. within the meaning
or any male over 18 years of age, toLf Pari IV of the "Water Clauses Con-
the extent of one-quarter section of S)llillaIill|1 A(��� lv,7/ lncorporated on
160 acres, more or less.                          .,���.  ,-���,, daj  ���f September, 1899, was
Entry must be made personally at granted a Certificate, dated the 7th
the local land office for the district ln | day of December, 1904, approving the
which the land ls situate. proposed undertaking of the Company.
The homesteader is required to per- ( nnnirly:
Fashionable Pans Promenade Startled
by   Shooting   of  Prominent
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cn-am,       -      -       35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to g p.m.
b Our Customers:
firm the conditions connected there
with under one of the following plans,
(t) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if thc
father is deceased) of the homesteader
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties  re*ides  upon a  farm  in the  vicinity
Short Orders Quickly Served. ��f the land entered for the  require-
��/rTjyj    ii/r   �������   r>r\r\x' ments as to residence may be satisfied
MIXO. Al. IVl. LUUh.       0y sucj, person residing with the fa-
"i-af.[i Illock, Proprietress,   ther or mother.
imbia St.
Foot of 1th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, R. C.
THANKS TO YOU, we have heen forcer]
to put on another delivery wagon to handle
our business. We will put on another
wnen y<
>u demand it.
All kinds
Ship repair
Ship and
a specialty.
Scow   Building
omptly fur-
(3) If the settler h.is his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may he satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should   mlnsl
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion  Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply ior patent.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the   Interior.
N. ii.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster,  B.C.
!. C. Mills, Timber and I      ���I
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in  All Kinds of
umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,  '
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.    j
ilephone 12. New Westminster   j
$5.00 EACH.
25 cents
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sittina of the
Licensing Board for the Municipality
of Lanyley for a renewal of license to
sell liquors by retail on the premises
known as the Langley Hotel, situate-)
at Langley, in the said Municipality -f
Langley, Nov. 21, 1906.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Tn erecl works for generating power
mul light on the west half of Section
19, Township is. oast of tho Coast
Meridian, ami on the cast half of See-
iion im of Township 15, easl of the
Coasl Meridian; lo construct a dam
;ii Stave Lake, In the District of New
Westminster, on the north half of Section 11 of Township l of Range 3,
wesi of the 7ih Meridian, for Impound
"!��__. ;i reserve of water; to transmit
power and light bj wire along the
Stave River from the power station
lo ihc centre Bectlon line of Township
15; thence along 1 he 1 enl re Bectlon
lines nf Townships 15, 11' and 9 in a
westerl. direction to the New Wester Trunk Road, and following the
Trunk Road until wesl of the Pin
River; thence to the Cities of New
Westminster and Vancouver or tosuch
other poinl a- maj be found advisable,
To use water from the Bald Stave
River al a poinl Immediately above
the Palls, aboul six miles trom the
mouth of the river. The said water
to be diverted bj means of .1 cofferdam and a sluice dam al the entrance
to the easl branch of ihc said river;
also of .1 dam with n bulkhead and inlel works al the entrance to the west
branch, where the water will be con-
veye 1 in steel pipes to the power-
bouse, and returned to the said river
.11 a difference of elevation of 100 feet;
Whereas the Company commenced
operations In iln- earlj pari of 1906
which have been prosecuted continuously; and
Whereas thi C mipi lis - obtained
an extension of 1 Ime 1 ir the completion of thai portion of the undertaking
authorized under the said certificate,
which Is now in progress; and
Whereas the Companj hns Intimated that ;i change in the plans of the
undertaking specified in the said certificate has been decided upon, and
has filed with the Clerk of the Executive Council data for the purposelpay and recelv
of obtaining a further certificate and This al times i
Paris, Nov. 2ii.���Pierre Merlou, who
was minister of finance in the Rouvler
cabinet, and who wa.s appointed
French minister to Peru last September, wns .shot on the Boulevard des
Itallens to-night by a woman named
I Aliemagne. The woman fired tour
j shots from her revolver at M. Merlou,
two of which struck him in the fleshy
part of one of his legs, hut the wounds
are not dangerous. 1 tie woman was
arrested and declared her act was one
of vengeance. The police believe Alle-
magne is ihe sane- woman who attempted M. Merlon's life several years
ago, and who created a scandal ln the
chamber of deputies while he was
serving as finance miniate
The   Westminster   Br,age.
To the Editor of the Dallj N iws
sir. -References, In the press, show
ihai many persons would gladlj ma ���
the bridge across the Fraser at New
Westminster free to the publlc, at
leasi thai pan of II used bj vehicles
ami fool passengers. Thi - questi m
Is of provincial Importance, 1- II af
fecis the annual Income derived from
exacting a toll from all who 1 ravel on
fool or otherwise. It Is said the Income, after paving the salaries and
other expenses, amounts to something
like $6,000 annually, a small matter io
the total revenue of the province
Perhaps 75 to 85 per cent, of this
amount Is a direct tax ie-, ied on the
I farmers who live on the Surrey side
of the Fraser. This means that children crossing to make small pur
chases lor iheir parents; women car
lying a few dozen eggs or pounds of
butter to market; men with cabbages,
potatoes, straw and other products,
and others who for the mosl part are
poor people struggling for a living,
mus' pay a lax thai hears heavily upon them. The result is. arst, 1 burden
that presses on those who labor to
produce the foodstuffs required In
New Westminster and Vancouver;
second. ,111 iner.'ase in the COSt of food
supplies to the consumer; third, a positive hindrance and annoyance I 1 "1 ise
crossing the bridge, in coi,i mj rain,
people walking or riding ,1 1 not 1 dish
waiting until those In fron! of theni
the proper ch 111"."
the cause of dis- >;r.
Baggage  delivered
part of the city.
promptly to  any
Light and Heavy Hauling
'floe 'Pbone 1.5.
Hum vnoiie 137
like Choicest  of Meats Cooked in
Itne Most  Delicious  Manner   Can
Be Obtained   at    All    Hours    at
For Sale
I Registered)
For  Sale or  Trade
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
lug business of R. H. Benson, I will
be pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new ones Horseshoeing a specialty.
Eighth   Street.
s   Restaurant   and  Cafe D  -p Piifclv. The Confectioner
msssma^t^i^^^^mi^^^a^mmsmsj^mmsmimaammttmiiiMiiinirirnKm   J^\^9   ^^/��   JL     V*��  V�� ��� ��� _
Is now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramels
Late Suppers After the  Theatre  a
Ppceialty.        Oysters    and     Game
in  Season.       -
te Royal Bank of Canada
11 ty to depositor*.,   START NOW to save your money
���   regret it.   People do bai ler things everj day and bave
f r It.
r: D0L '':: oi 'ns an account.     Pul II  In .'���oar pocket, il would prob
"""1;;     1 ' ONE hollar deposited every week with us will In
irs ;"l!" ���*���'    1 . 104,50.   THINK    THIS  OVER.
I carry a full line o
;. B. ami Lowney's Chocolates.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capita!, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
11. e. WALKER, General Mana*er       ALEX. LAIRD, Asat. Gen'l Manager.
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
druthers Manufacturing Corny.
J Manufacturers of
[*w Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
hc Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
r.._ry  facility  afforded   Farmers for   their banking  '_-.sir.ess.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAH.   Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
a general plan of the works;
1. This is to certify thai the undertaking as submitted has been approved, and that  the .same Is as follows:
To erect works for generating power
ami lighl on the west hair ot Section
ni, Township i-��. easl of the Coasl
Meridian, and on the easl halt of Section 24, Township 15, easl of the Coasl
Meridian; lo Iransmi power and lighl
by wire along the Stave River from
the power station to the centre section line of Township 15; thence along
the centre section lines of Townships
: 15, 12 and 9, in 1 westerlj direction,
to lhe New- Westminster Trunk Roan,
and   following  the  Trunk   Road   until
west    Of    the    PUl     River;     theiuv    to
the Cities of New Westminster and
Vancouver, or to such other poinl as
may be foun I a Ivlsable. To use water
from the said Stave River al a point
Immediately above the FallB, aboul six
miles from the mouth of the river,
The said river to have a sluice dam
ai the entrain e I 1 the easl branch of
the said river; also a dim. with n hulk-
head and Inlel work -. a! the enl ranee
to the west branch, where the water
will be conveyed in steel pipes to ��� he
power house ind rei ume i to 1 lie sal I
river at  a  difference   1   ele\ il Ion  of
100   fl el.
2. And this is further 1 1 certlfj thai
the Companj proposes to begin their
undertaking bj the nei ������. u-j excavation ami the cUustructlon of a coffer
dam across the mouth of ihe west
1 ranch oi' th,- S'ave River, in accordance wiih the plans prepared bj w 11-
Ham Kennedy, Jr., Hydraulic Engineer, and file! .villi the Clerk et the
Executive Council.
3. And this Is furthei to certlfj I hal
the amount ot capitol or the Company
which will i.e dul. subscribed .-imi paid
up before the sai 1 Company c mi
mences construction of that portion of
their undertaking in Hie preceding
paragraph mentioned, or further exercises any of lhe power; of the "Water
Clauses Consolidation Act. 1897," Part
IV.. In that behalf, is herehy fixed al
the sum of $100,000, and the further
amount of capital to ho subscribed and
paid up above the cost of ti-." first-
mentioned portion in respect of tlie
remainder of the uiiilertaklni; before
the same Is commenced shall ho $_no,-
4. And this is further to certify that
the time within which tho said capital,
viz., $100,000, is 10 be subscribed, Is
fixed nl June 1st, 1907, and the time in
which the said undertaking and works
are to he commenced is fixed at .Tune
1st, 1907, and the date by whicli a portion of said work shail be completed
fort and injurious delay. Tile province Is wealthy and prosperous enoug 1
to do away wiih ihe 'oil. and throw
the bridge open freely to the public
Vancouver as well as New Westminster would pi-opt iiy su ': a change:
Perhaps it the governmenl were prop-
erlj approached the suggested change
could he secured wlthoul  delay,
Football Event.
New  York, Nov. 25.���The bl . .-   >rt-
Ing evenl   of the  week   'ill I-   tlie annual  struggle   tor supreraac;   or.  the
football  gridiron   hot ween the arm
and   navy,  at   Philadelphia, on  Saturday.
e Table   Fraser
'or week ending
Dec, 2,
1 I 50
I 30
15 25
IB. 5 5
in. in
16 50
12. ir,
1   tai,,
Time.  lit.
20   .....  '.Ml
7.40   6.9
1 1.09
21.1S    4.2
27     3.51
s ,:;s    7.7
21.50   3.4
28      4.46
9.111    8.3
22.1S     S.S
29     5.32
10.1S    S.S
la. 12
22.45    2.4
30    6.12
11.03   9.2
23.13   2 0
1        (1.4!)
11.47    9.4
23.43    1.9
2              7 27
12 9
L2.34   9.7
SO a.s  actually to  furnish  and deliver
5,0 li   electrical  horse-power,  is fixed
at  November 1st, inns, and the date
by which all tho said proposed works
shall be in operation is fixed al November 1st, 1912.
Date l this 31st day of October, 1906.
Clerk of the Executive Council. .��
��� "Si
New Dfem-N- Ware,   'New To*et Sets.        Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
Matter Intended fot this column .hould Ik-ad-
drrwd - Social Editor, Dall> News. P O.
Box -iiu. Nev. Westminster. '	
Ladies' Wool Un
XMAS, 1906
-   WATCH -  ���
Cards, Calendars, Toys,
Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Crockery & Glassware,
Fine Stationery, Etc.
.... CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
A   dance   will    lie    given    in
George's hall   on  Friday  evening
the dancing class which has been con-!
ducted during the past few weeks by
Mrs. Watson and Miss Peele.
H. Downing, of Hazlemere, was a
visitor in the city ou Sunday. He was
the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. Stephens.
He returned home to Hazlemere yesterday, where he is engaged in getting out ties.
' Mrs. Holt gave a small bridge party
on Saturday evening. Those present
were Mrs. Coulthard. Mrs. Gaynor,
.Mrs. Yeungllng, Mrs. DeWolf Smith.
Mrs. Gordon, Mrs. Graeme and Mrs.
The young ladies' sewing cluh met
yesterday at the residence of Miss
Alma Lewis and accomplished a large
amount of work. The articles made
at these meetings and their destinations are. of course, shrowded in mystery, bin it Is safe in say thai there
will be many pleasant surprises on
Christinas morning. The members
present were Miss Eleanor Drown,
Mis-; Veda Leamy, Miss Constance De
Wolf Smith, Miss Muriel Bhlldrick,
Mi-if Muriel Cotton, Miss Lillooet Ann-
strong. Miss Vera Corbould, Miss Josephine .Martin. Miss Alice Hickman and
Miss Gertrude Brown.
The engagement is announced of
Miss I.nine Ross to Dr. William Workman. The wedding ceremony will
take (dace in St. Andrew's church on
Dec 5.
ARfiE. t's Gem
S'-'oc-d Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
dishes can be
marie from what might be wasted
it it were not for the ("emit chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread,
crackers, etc. It does not mash.
scpueeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine, coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it
All the suitable Knitted Underwear which tv
changeable weather makes necessary will t
found in our showing.    Not only those stapl
��nes, sel.
lines asked for every day, but special
dom shown, maybe, but here nevertheles
Some of these special lines are mentioned here: r,0vs'   u
Sleeping Suits, Plush  Slip Waists, Infants Anti-Grippe
Full Lu
rawer* and
Reuben's Vests,  Nazareth Waists,  Wool Overall
Button Vests for infants,  Scarlet Vests and Dra
Thr   W.nrlim   ot Hnt��.
More or less of a modern habit is tbe
constant wearing of hats. Even as late
as I'Si'.i Horuce Walpole mentions us a
matter of course that he never wears a
hat. "Remember." he says, writing to
a friend notoriously careless about his
dress,  who wns expected bome from
Holland, "everybody tbSt comes from '     A. Clarke, ef Stave River, a member
abroad   is   supposed    to   come   from | 0f  tbe  firm  of Clarke  Bros., loggers,
Special Xmas Offer !
$20.00  Suits for    $18.00
$22.00 Suits for  $20.(,0
$25.00  Suits for    $22.00
$8.00 Pants for   ib.00
All Suits Made to Order.
Merchant Tailors.
P. 0. Box 044
139 CelMbia SL       New Westminster
A Special Line this week of Extra Va/J
Ladies' Fine Soft Wool Vests and Drawers, with a M
cotton fleece, equal in value to many dollar lines.
Our Special price, per garment  .1
j Boys' Hose a Specialty with Us
The kind of Hose that Ihe hoys will find hard lo near out io a i
the kinds with Double Knees, Heels and Toes,   n large range ol i
in all sizes.   A Special Line is 3 pairs for $1.
Other values at 45c, 511c, d5c and 75c in the large sizes,
Stanley Spring, who was injured by
an explosion last Friday, is progress
Ing favorably.
Mr.   and  Mrs.   W
somi what    anxious
their  son   Malcolm.
H. Smith were
yesterday ahout
The   VOUth,   who
Ellard Block,
"New Westminster.   -   . B. C
Prance, aud whatever they wear at
their first reappearance immediately
grows the fashion. Now- If, as ls very
likely, you should through Inadvertence change bats with the master of a
Dutch smack in a week's time we*hall
all be equipped like Dutch skippers.
You see. I speak very disinterestedly,
for, as I never wear a bat myself, It is
indifferent to me what sort of a .hat I
don't -wear."'
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for casiu All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
\ui>ol.<iii'_  Tomb.
Tbe ���wmihiWK in the Chapel of tbe
Invalid- s in Paris, where the great
Napoleon lies buried, are nf a singularly translucent amber glass. When
the sun shines full upon them the
rays are transmuted into gold, aud
they fall like a ladder of light upon
the bronze sarcophagus of tbe con
queror until tie seems glorified fron,
the skies.
was in the city yesterday on business.
C. C. Cliff, manager of the Western
Canadian Can factory, will leave today for Calgary on business.
Arrangements are being made by
the young people of St. Peter's cathedral for the holding of the annual
Christmas party on Dec._C, and a committee is about to be drawn up for
lbe purpose of arranging details in
connection with the entertainment and
Christmas tfee which always accompanies this function.
i.s about fifteen or sixteen sears of
age. left home on Sunday afternoon
to visii his aunt in the Blue Mountain
district. Su far as they could discover, he had not visited at liis mint's.
and he had not arrived home lasi
evening. The lad had his Sunday
clothes on and had no money in his
pocket  when he left  home.
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 chance
of a lifetime.
Tbe   I'nrMC.
The invent ion of the purse was
doubtless contemporaneous with that
uf money. The purse is mentioned In
Old Testament history as a part of a
traveler's outfit, When the disciples,
spoken of In the gospels, were sent
forth to preach they were command
ed to take neither gold nor silver no:
nmss In their purses.
H. Holman, of Gladstone, Man., was
a visitor in the city yesterday. He
stated ihat he bad had a very successful year on his Btock farm near
lhe town of Gladstone, and that stock
was now bringing a higher price <m
the market than ii had clone for the
past two years. He proposed returning to Manitoba In February, and he
might possibly move his family west
before  another   year  if  he  succeeded
son's slough  for lumbering  purposes  m selling out at a suitable figure.
came before Water Commissioner C. |
710 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front:
Water  Application  Dismissed.
The application of .Murdoch McLean
for  _(in inches of  water  from  Nichol-
Oclumhla St.
Man  on  Wheel.
New Westminster.
Phone 275
Navigating  the   Air.
Nantes. Fiance. Nov. 26,���Lebaudy'_
lirigible war balloon, La Patrie. made
, nother flight to-day from here, covering a distance of nearly sixty miles.
Wood to Burn
Just Opened
217-219 Columbia Street.
Our lard S  tbe extract of pure ho-.;
It Is ai ; in as it Is white.   Try
Ri !< hi nbai h <_: Co.
C. Fisher yesterday afternoon and was
dismissed. The applicant was very
late in appearing, and the water commissioner was just aboul to dismiss
the application when McLean appear-
e l. i.i. Nicholson, dames Ryder and
August Schroeder were present to protest against the application being
granted on the ground thai it would
injure their property and would make
it difficult to get logs out of their
hush. The granting of the proposed
application would block ihem out of
their privileges and would injure their
properties. In view of these objections, Mr. Fisher dismissed the application. McLean said that he though1
thai he might be aide to make aome
other arrangements in order to meet
the needs of th.   ease.
��� '���^'*:>:'^'��**��^*^-��;*>.:*^i��i>-t��;^i��;^;^: �� :*;>:y;��:>;>:>;>;v.;>:>;>;>;>:>i>:>;>;^^;^��;^^;^j��j
On Tram Line
T consists of 8 acres in orchard, bearing 300 fruit
trees. About $800 was made
from the fruit this year, besides which a large crop of
potatoes and other vegetables
was taken off the ground.
The House is n substantial 5-roomed
one. flood outhouses and barn. The
property is well cleared, fenced and
Price . . *Q Cflfl   |Illlf Cilsh-
��J>tlfOvVf  Pal. easy terms
200 Columbia St., Nkk Hestminst^r
Phone 80.
i >4<
:���: About the Coming Elections :-;
��� IS ASSURED ���
Are YOU Donating to a Landlord ?
0-roomed Cottage and Lot 99x d��i aaa
132, near Bridge  <pl,UUU
7-roomed House,  Queen's Ave.,    i /��AA
East .[End     I,OU0
S-roomed House, 4th Ave., near    9 iaa
Oth St., new and modern     ��.1UU
7-roomed   House  on   Canarvon    1 OAA
Street     l,oUU
F. J. HART & CO., ?M
The case of Raj', the alleged  cheque
forger, came up before Ihe police magistrate yesterday morning, when the
accused elected to apply for a speed)
trial before a judge. Ray was identified as the man who passad bogus
cheques hy .lames Cunningham, D. S.
Curtis, A. McDonald and <;. O. Boutil-
iier. Ray was sentenced to five years'
imprisonment in Whatcom for forger.
in 1904, hut was liberated on parole
lasi March, and he is known as a man
with a had record.
Aii Insane woman from Vancouver
Island named Mrs. Robblns was
brought in to the lunatic asylum yes-
terday in a straight jacket. The poor
creatine is Buffering from som.- leli-
glo is mania, and i.s very violent at
times. She has heen in the asylum
��� .'ttil times Iii fore, and eaeh attacl.
seems to he nnue serious than the
preceding i ne. The woman's hallucination yesterday was thai she was
Maud, the famous Arizona Itlcker, She
call, i attentlon 'o hei1 long ears an t
indulged in frequenl hee .haws.
Definite Bteps iu\\ard the formation
it a chess club are io he taken al a
nn ��� 't'i-' of all Interested in the Royal
game which le to he held al the llh-
i ir. on Wednesday evening at _
��� .. Permission has been granted
io the chin lo have the exi he Ive use
ol    lite   of   the    two    looms     used     lol
' te n I cheel i r games al th" Car-
ie ������ library on two or more evenings
��� vei j week, and ii is expected that on
Wednesday i vening a regular assocla
tion will ho formed, and officers eh et
ed. AM int. rested in lhe game of
chess are parth ulai-iy Invited to be
..For Only $25 Per Acr.
50 acres of Meadow and 30 acres of Fine, High Land,
some good Cedar and Spruce. Beautiful situation, and
veniently distant from Westminster Junction and Pitt Rivaj
Exclusively For Sale by
Malins, Coulthard & G
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminstef I
I FURNISHED KOOMS, Suitable for Light Housekeeping']
Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 6:60 a. in. to 11 p
in. excepting al 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Cent ral Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line   Service from
6 16 a iii. to 11  p nt.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Hei ween 1_ and _ and B and 7.
30 Minute Service during (��
nialnder of day. transfer4
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service   half-hourly >|
iween S a.m.   md 11
Sapperton Line
15   Minute  Service
111     lo     ] I     j'.tll      ���
I.'  and  S. and :>
which  1 fs :l
half hourly.
alll I'-J
I ���'
Sunday Service
t ween 8 30 a n
British Columbia Electric Ry. C��'ttJl
'I'be plan' of the (Mill I i war k Lumber Co. was sold yesterday by the
owners to Joe Cameron, of Sapperton,
The mill stood near lhe Vedder creek,
and lhe recent Hoods had cause 1
some uneasiness as regards iis .safely,
hut all danger from lhal source Is now
l'MSl' I' is Mr, Cameron's Intention
to have Hi,, machinery moved lo Mis
sion. where he has large timber holdings, ami he win commence to take
away the plant shortly after Christ
mas, The partners in the company
were II. Pollard, I. [tannic and li. S.
Blakeley, all of this city, The price
was in iho neighborhood of $3,500.
TT7E have a line of light and compact lybui't
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable"for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. Our
clippers work easier, clip faster and lake a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
great labor saver.     Call and  see  them :lt
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