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SE*  WESTMINSTER, B. C, ITESDAY
MORNING, NOVEMBER 20, 1906.
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BUSINESS ME . TING
THEORY VS. FACT.
��� Claims  For Compenution Art  P      .nted. and  (he   I
Week). Sidewalk Complaint. Bob _ p Serenely i
Once More���Account. Passed.
GOVERNMENT KNOWS
CHURCHES' WEALTH
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m asked to block 7. ai
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������'���������������        liters t��        g tow.        :.
f the mei
hich death resulted   .-.
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���     ��� ~ ���-������������ ting .:
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:-   such    - igg, sti ..-
win e the governmi
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w:'"'-   ���"������-'   ���':.-:    taki       .    ���
��� .-..-.  :. for in -.
-        ������* - H. Schaake applied
���   ��� renins  ol  Ni -    I      ...       ...   Dg    . .... .     ...
'in anj  o!   strei    and ah .    .    ........
'������*    Sainsl   ::;���   :- II :.:..   -.. Di       K: ...
.   ���-     1    which  was  lying .    |  .,      :s with ]    .. :  ���        -
side  Uu    Vulcan      \V.  Ross wroti   .       ._  atten,
���   :   :'   -l   *   ':-"   e( the dun     ig of filth in thi g itti i   ead-
larkness     This   ing i    the culvert a .   section
���   ��� . '    the finance ci m   ol   Q ieen - avi :. ���   and   r< nth  stree*
He stated thai this was ...   ��� -
.    :   ���    ���     ���:,    Sainsbury  currence,  and   gave certain unsavo-y
...    said  that   he did  details    Refern    I    tht   health com
.      ���   city i >.a! I  be held  mlttee to act
the accident which had      Gust Melln aski I i    have electrical
���   claimant    The only connection estal Ishi I with his hi  .-.
ealed to him  was that   a:   the  corner  of  Third  avenue   and
-   - ���:��� *:���   companj of  Mowal   Btreel     Thi   lighl   committee
er al the time, and thi-   was Instructed to acl lu the matter
sufficient    grounds   for      D. E. MacKenzie  market clerk, sub-
��� sponsible. mitted his monthly report, as follows:
thai  his attention  Commission account,   $120.30;   stalls,
���  what   waa  COnsid-  $70.05;    telephone.  $7.S0;    water,  75"
profit  and   loss.   $1.05;   total,   $199.95;
cheque to city. $198 95    This was file I
for  reference.
The following committee
were ordered paid Fire, $_:.'..60: market, $6.80; hoard of works. $763.04;
bridge, $18.22; bi i ' $55.20; parks,
$166.61; libra:... $33.75; finance for
schools,  $45..97;   police,   $108.66;   fin
LlV: -:    - ��� Nov. 19.   Referring to a cablegram
**������?������.<.._   ..\   L"i*i.i >:n-.:heona. the Canadian  High
< ommissioner in London, from Hon. Frank Oliver, ro-
( garding discoveries oi copper in New Ontario and in-
; vestments in Yukon district, the Daily Post Mercury !
says there is a good deal of lead and some gold in
Rossland and Xelson districts, British Columbia.
::> mines there, from a financial point of view,
scarcely be described as prosperous.
Inventories  of  Contents  of   AU  Religious  Edifices  Taken
Simultaneously in France���Very Little  Resistance Offered by Clerical Party.
but
can.
Rossland. P.. C. Nov. 19.    A   cable
?gram   iv-
! ceived to-day from London states that at a meeting
of the Le Roi Mining Company, held there, a dividend of two shillings a share was declared.   The re-
j port of A. J. McMillan, managing director, was read,
and it gave a most favorable account oi the condition J
of the mine.    The present dividend is for $100,000,
j This added to what has already been paid. Sl.377.000.
J gives a grand total vi Sl.477.oOO.    The condition oi
j the mine, with discoveries west of the Josie Dyke.
which makes Le Roi practically a new mine, and
with the important discoveries of ore in the old workings, is most favorable. There is more ore in sight
in the mine than ever in its history. Already its
gross yield has been SIS.000.000. and the probabilities are that during the next ten years it will yield j
I twice that amount.
Paris,  No\    1!      rhi   tak   .. ol of twentj  persons ������'    were attending
.   ., -   , :     bi    3,500   churches . baptism ��i        i ai    oul    The cler
..bid. were n      entered   lasi  k]     .,. gymen condi;.                     emon.   pro
owing   to    eslstanci    and   rtlsord    - < s ed hi., ins;  th<               .loner's ac
was  begun sin iltaneously  through and   refused   to          the
 H_p��    wen     i'. i    ��� IS       1T.<    Ol  '���   lh Sl  o,,. u
(There held in readiness to support safi     secured  thi    registers  and
I   i  ecu   ..  bi ng -.l'n  Intention ol thi othei   documents, completed  theii   In
gov<  nmenl noi to hesitate before .-,N ventorj   and retired.    The.   met  with
sistance.  bul   no repetition  ol    lis no icsi.tanee.    St  Augustln's is the
lers   ipi n  I h<   si....   ol   thi si  i
...    - an Icipati I   alth< igh ci nsi I
era   e troubli   Is fi a ed, i sj eclal
a   ... imi nts  ol   Vvej on   Vendr .
and  Finis <   11
Sir   fii sl ��� esfstam i  reported was at
as   church In Paris in which an  in
i ���  ��     have to be made.
Rej i .,   other   parts of   the
���  v    show    thai   few    inventories
���a    i    aken to-day, and there was no
si rii us trouble.    Most of 'he dav  was
VSllr}l^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^n  11)1 f,,,,]
em Pj ,i .ay -     Phe clei U als there, af-
,     carr; ing   .���>�� ay    the   Bacred   i m
ems  I   and   lock. ,i  ihem-
-i  res In thi  church.
The inventor; of Ihe church of S\
Augustin was taken to-day withoul a
repetition of the violent demons! m
tlons ol lasi spring, when tins church,
was occupied   and   held   by   a   dele**-
i. tions
 ::. i
hi        i-i en tion   of   d'S-
Whlch  it   the   Mucker?
dl       Delta Times
Sir,   The  Columbian condemns the
Ma .  With the Mack  Rake," while it
has nothing '.n: praise foi those who
created  the   muck.    1  would   recom
mined body of parishioners.   Several mend the Columbian to help gei rid of
��� ss ,,nd the church warden asslsl : ���<' muck, and then the man with 1he
ed   the governmenl   commissioners  in ' >uck  rake  will  necessarily  find  him
the   operation   today.     The   doors   ol self on!  ot a job. JUSTICE,
the  edifice  were  haired,  and  a  party ���   Delta Time..
is  pari of Fifth avenue
��� ��� nth    and    Sixteenth
.-walk  is in a  rather
ion. and to make the
thi   : lace ia very daft
thi -,   are no lights  fo>-
���"distance    He did not think that
the
an 1
G. N. R. Absorbs
Burlington Road
Omaha, Xeb., Nov. 19.���The Bee to- in control.   This statement was made
da> says: "Wthin one week the equity to :: reporter 'or the Bee to-day by a
wl    :. the Northern Pacific now holds man closely  connected  with  the of'i-
in the Burlington  will  pass  Into the clal departmenl of the Hill roads, whe
hands of   the   Greal    Northern,  and has jus: returned from Chicago, where
witl in fifteen days the Burlington and the Intricate operations of this gigan
accounts  (jrt,a;  Northern  will  be  iin'.'?i'.l  Into tic,   transaction  are   now   being  pel
one vast  system, with .lames J   HIM fecied."
POMCE SUPPRESS
GAMBLING STORY
LADIES PUN FETE
TO HELP HOSPITAL
Report.r   Who    Knew   the   Tacts   Accepts Money and Speeds Away
to San  Francisco.
woul I happen   if
��� I   I  a-   night,	
that a lighl Bhould bejanea, $42..61;   light, $1,125.0$;   water
rnei   of    Sixteenth and sewer, .305.61
...etille.       The     fa   ' . _
���'���..- so dark was owing .
number of trees in  the ;
COLLEGE STUDENTS
MIA FUN WITH WORK
i '     an Bi wl.r,   who   hai>-1
..-��� as the al lerman i yesterda.
j
fl'-   ��� ailed ujKin by the
������ .'. woi Is on the sub-
IHe stated that the matter of a
Old   Shacks  Burned.
Two dilapidated      : shacks were re
| duced  to ashes I .  oi it :  ol  Kite Chief
Watson and  Chii '        Police .Mcintosh
morning, and  the   number
of eyesores in thai particular locality
reduced   in a   measuri     The   shacks
stood on C.P.R.     i perty, and had been
Le.iure  on  Mad   Mechanical   Idea
tere&ls  and  Amuses   Literary
Society  Members.
In-
���   , asilj   Bxed, but
i   ��� i :essai ;���  to place a
-11 lon before ihis
condemned as unsafe for a long time
past.    Owing to   the   condition  in  i
which   the   shacks   had   fallen,  it   was
Ie promised that the j ;,n easj matter foi anyone to effect an
.    .   |jiB earlj  atten- entrance, and iraaips, loafers, Indians,
but principally Hindus, have been u ���
Howay also spoke in  favor ofl^g the bouses as temporarj  sleeping
��� - ��� .: |  ,!   placing a  quarters for some time past.   None uf
.. ,v,,,. cheajier   l!'1' habitues of the plact  had any personal   belongings  in   tbe  shacks,   the
��� i ���     Aid. .iar,line.   "n|.'   'hlng  found   thi  ���   being   empty
Aid.   Vi.iias   thai  in   whiskey   bottles.    Il   .-   the   Intentim
electlons, the   "'   !!"' chiefs  to   burn   down Beveral
ed and di uuty re    niore ol   these eyesores in   the  ni u
,, ..i;, |    wa8  ,.       future, so thai with lime the wesl en I
,,.   |, ���,    ,,| v,, ..  approach to the city may bi made to
I     . ,;:   ;,,..      :-���..: more n   i    liable.
i   - reet, an I
.   ���   .,     -;   ,    ,:,.    ... Fatal  Fire.
i,. ,..,,,., i liegina, Xov. 19, The Windsoi hotel
i \ !;,;;n it ani here, the largest In the city, was burned to the grotm I early this moi 11i11__..
Two of the guests ware fatally burned.
There were sixty-five persons in the
hotel al the time the fli te was discov-
ile I,
I., and   YV. Musseter,  manage]   and
would protect hi.n | aaaistttnl manager ol the Regina plan-
'  ling on the sug-  'n8   nli"'   w'','('   suffocated   in   their
'   by  lhe chair   it rooms.     \V. Johnson, well borer, wenl
!;  ' Vid,  Shiles should I Dacli   '"    rescue   B   woman,    and    wis
.   and   ascertain   never seen  again,    Walker and  Jones,
e willing to do the
""���"* '"' "���'* city hall and school
came forward with a fine Imitation of
old-fashioned German curtsey, and proceeded  tn explain   the   evolution   of
Prof,
inoti
fall on his head from a fourth storey
window in Berlin, and ending with his
extrication of his horse and carriage
from a mud hole by the use of a lew
ieaves <>i his notebook bearing the fig'
ure six. The lecturer's story was both
meeting of the Columbian ingenious and plausible; and the
last Friday changes from the air of tranquil self-
lectur ��� on confidence in his tougher statements
lo the dogmatic ore rotundo In his
commonplaces, was specially appreciated by the divinity students,
Mr Henderson was the next In turn,
and ii may he mention.al thai tbe mod
iis exhibited were chiefly the result
of his neat and accurate Work. He
performed tbe experiments one aftei
another wlthoul a hitch: and the de.us
ex machlna of the whole remained undiscovered, in suite of the prying of
one hundred and fifty pairs of curious
V" C. Clark, a young man about
whom all Calgary is talking at the
present time, is at present in Vancouver, on bis way io San Francisco,
wheie he expects to go lo work on lha
l-xaniliu'i. Mr. Clark was until quite
recently a reporter on bhe Calgary
Morning Albertan, bul severed hi..
Blittjsenbutserbern's perpetual connection wiih tha* paper ln rather
i   machine,   beginning  with  bis  a dramatic manner, according to the
storj   told yesterdaj   to
the Dally   News, which li
requested   to leave   the
police,  given  a rallwaj
Wonier,'.   Auxiliary    Decide   to   Raise
Fjnd�� ty  Giving   Novel   8t.
Valentine* Party.
Tbe ladies of the Women',  auxiliary
of the Royal Columbian hospital havo
decided to  have  a  grand  St.  Valen
tine's party  and feie combined dining
February,   and a   Committee of   (he
whole was appointed ai yesterday af
ternoon'a meeting for the purpose of
going   Into   Ihe   necessary   details   in
connection with the scheme,   it is the
Intention of  the  ladies  to hold   the
i  reporter ofipnrly in one of the local hulls on Feb.
thai he was   13 and it, and the feature of the ei-
city   by   thi   tertalnment is thai it  will be wholly
ticket   and  aia   valentine  affair, and  entirely   novel
wad  of money,
stand  thai  if h
and    made   to   Under
returned   to Calgary
irom eveiy
coeds of lhi'
point   of view,
t w o days' fete
The  pro-
will he de
Ai the
College Literary society
evening, an experiments
"Perpetual Motion" was given by
some of tbe students In the science
department of the college. From the
tlmi the lecture was announced until
the night of its delivery, Incessanl a--
tempts were made by those outside
: he engineering laboratory lo disci w r
what was the programme. The Inltl
ated, however, kepi everything seen",
even io the name ol the student who
was lo give the lecture. Nothing more
was allowed to transpire than thnt
Dr, Mathlhk and his ns ilstant, Prof.
Win Shaw, were to ap iear before the
society. accompunie 1 ' y Silas 1'.
Brow n. the repre ��� ul itive ol Messrs.
Vli vei tS  Movei
Vi  ��� be appoint) 1 ho i , .1   :'���
phreys i ame  In, dressed  In   full  ..   i
something decidedly Interesting would  voted either to the furnishing of ib*;.
Iiap|>cii  to him.    The sion   in conue ��� i maloinin   ward or else  added   to  the
The   lights   were  tinned   down
dhe expei Iments, and   li.   A,   Kii
r i ,  proi ceded  to show  on  the s
II  llliml er of lantern  slides iltu. I-
'���   lure, w hich bad been d
.  Mr. l iumphrej s.   The explanai n i .
' r ;.i  - res which he gave in Indi i
l   e
,  II
|ii|il|,
���'��� I   th, ���   Mr.   M -
���'   I  ns chimney
iie   (Mr.   Moil   I.reuse,   and
;i other paraphe -
never seen
hotel employi s, jumped from a thl"d
storey window and will die of 'njurli .
n fa
led bj
How
lil I
Ivlh
��� I thai his atten-
,.   '       '   i "i the condition
Up ai th,
People
of being' received,
I'. a I
I1 *>!
Water  Grar.ts.
The application of the dray .. Mc-
'���'���i end of the city j Leod   I.umber Co,  for  100 inches ol
|s'ng that .dip were  watei- came up before Water Commis-
''���"'-' placed across; sioner c.   c.  Fisher   yesterday,   and
'���������']] Axed in position, after hearing the application, tlie ap
thai  n  larger plicanta were granted one inch.   Tns
t t,    a     '"!l|il discharge pro- water applied for Is In the Helta mu-
*"'      "me.    The matter nlcipallty, and is required for domes-
itru |-      '  market committee tice and Industrial purposes. TheHon.
lwk?       !" :"'t. \V.   Norman   Hoi,.   was   granted    23
il,,, '��� letter complain- inches   of water   from  Noon   creek,
��� ,,,,,!." ' ' '���  the sidewalk I which empties Itself Into Burrard in
ii ,,.(1., Referred to the I let.   The water i.   required for ordln-
*'"' p wer to act, ary  dome-tic   nnd   agricultural   pur-
Co, sent a commit-' iJOeeB,
deuilcal costume, acconipanli I by  Hoy some pungent  local applications, and
il. Henderson a- his assistant, and by n   cordial   reference  ti     in   . I   I
Wm. Turner bb his business  manage) college  gymnasium.    T.   Maeda,   who
They paid their elaborate respects t i had l n watching over lhe aeciei ur
the  lady   president, Alias   Woodward, rangementa,   was   occupied   with   Mr,
wl pened tbe meeting and ihen sur Henderson during thla time In remov-
rendered the platform to them. Mr. Ing all tell-tale Indications, and when
Tinner gave a neai opening address, :'"' lights were again Lurned up the
emphasizing the importance oi th. platform was ready for n general in-
new discovery, and promising on be- specllon, whieh was invited |ly mi-
ball  of his linn  thai   Westminster in Purner.
general,   and   Columbian   college   In      The students in thc faculties of arts
i articular, would reap practically all and theology are already planning a
the benefits  tO follow.    Some of  these rival   dlsplny   of   learning  and   ingene
benefits which he specified had a very >',\;   and   the question   was  officlalli
���left-handed   reference  to other de- discussed   to-day   whether   h  should
partinents of the college, and wire re- take lhe form of a now religion or a
I celved    with    ironical    applause   an.l I new   language.     The heads   are,  how
I counter-cheers     The   lecturer   then ever, keeping their Becrel In turn.
���
tion with the case is one which should
be appreciated locally.
while reporting for his paper, Clark
received  a tip thai  he could secure an
interesting story    by   Interviewing   i
woman   wli
n.'1'tion with the police departmenl
which would make spicy reading It
turned oui ihat thla woman professe 1
to know of certain transactions be
tween the police and ll gang of carl
sharperB who hnve been victimizing
lhe Calgary people for some time
past. These transactions are said t :
ha\e In en ill the naliire of . bai | alll
that the gamblers would nol be Intel
lered  wilh on condition 111 11   tile police
did   nol   lose   anything   by   the deal.
Clarl,   set   to  Work,  and  iu  a  lew  day,
I a i -.a ui e i i". Idem e of the alleged
combine, l ul ; e ni e he could t, e ; .,
slot j. he wad hi tested bj the polli e
: ' leave lhe city without delay. an i
as nn Indui ea enl he was offere 1 i
large i mi ul mi ne; ami ti raili i I
ticket to any pli i ���   h   mlghl ch - is
general building fund of the new ho.
)> i t i.l.
Mis. Eagles and Mrs. Sipprell we-e
admitted   as new   members,  while   \V.
BJ, Kales ami J, I. Johnston were duly
knew something ih con- elected honorary members of the   -
cioty. Al yesterday's meeting MiSB
Armstrong acted us secretary pro teni,
wiiih Mrs. Welsh, president, occupied
the (hair.
Mrs. Tidy and Mrs. ."agios were appointed a visiting committee for the
ensuing month, in spite of the threil
cuing weather, the meeting was very
ivell atten le I,
The ladies wish bo extend a heax'y
Invitation to everyone who mighl wUh
t i   bei om me tted   with   their   bo
del i hecon bi norarj members i \
pa Ing $2. The money will be es
pcn.1i 'in   manj  nei Is of i
!������������. ii      i -; Itutlon.
Roumored Resignation.
1 ' "'    Ont., fr.  ig      I,   j,   Bj
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���i!l I
In exchange for this, be was to sur-   man will resign h eai here and se...
tender all proof, he bad of the under    re-election, a   a ,    of the brlben
.tntidlng, and promtBe nol to use the  charges,
article In any way, _. .	
I
Anarchists Plan
To Kill The Pope
Vfter thinking the matter over for
some   time, Clark   dei bled to accepl
lhe   money offered,   and   hand over  all
Incriminating evidence, He decide,;
to go to 'Frisco, aiil was Been safely
out of the city by the polli e, Bul the
story leaked oul 111 some way. and 'in
investigation Is about in be held which
promise; to make reading matter every bit as Interesting as Clark's trap-
pressed article.
Steamer  Ashore.
Sydney, N S.W . Nov, 19.   The Easl
��� ���rn Australian Steamship Co.'s Bteam-
\a tralian Is   ashore   off  Vashcn
She i io. abl    will be a total
;b ���   pa isen ���      tnd crew have
anded.
ei
Head.
loss.
ei 'i
Stockton's Widow Dies.
Washington, Nov.   19.���Mrs, Frank
EC,   Stockton,   widow   of   the  novelist,
died at her home here to-night.
Business  Section Burned.
Jackson,   Mis-.   Nov.   19.���Practically    Hu    entire   business    section   of
Fayette, Miss, was destroyed by fir?
to nigh',    entailing    a   loss    of   about
$450,000
f , \*
Ftomi
i eived
bre il
in lhe
Nov,   in.-
pope has ro-1 against the present organization of so-
personal    letters    containing
I liat   lie  will   be  assassimn ��� I
apostolic palace aa  a prote I
ciely.   The anarchists, it is added, are
ready  to  employ every  means 1o de-
Weather  Forecast.
Forecast  for   _t  hours from  D  a.m.
Tuesday:   Lower    mainland���Easterly
stray all Institutions supported by re ior southerly winds, unsettled nnd cold
ligious or military forces. j with rain or rdeet
United Mine Workers.
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. Ifl.���Nominations have closed for the election of
officers by the United Mine Workers
of America. John Mitchell for president, T. L. Lewis for vice-president,
and W. B. Wilson for secretary-treas-
J urer, have no opposition.
*    I
ti THE DAILY NEW
TUESDAY, N0V
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FATAL COLLISION
OCCURS NEAR SEATTLE
Over   Forty    Passengers    on    Steamer
Are Carried Down to Death
by Sinking Vessel.
Seattle, Wash.. Nov. 13.���The steamer Dix, Captain P. Leermon, bound
from Seattle to Port Blakely, with,
passengers, sank two mile.-, north of
Alki Point shortly after 7 p.m. Sun-
day, after having collided with the ore
steamer Jeannie. Capt. P. H. Mason,
of t.he Alaska Coast Co. Forty-three
passengers and members of the crew
of the Dix are missing and :"6 were
saved. The Dix is a total wreck. The
Jeannie was not injured in the least.
The master of the Dix was saved.
The Dix was making the last trip >:"
the night and was well filled with passengers. When within two miles north
of Alki point the two vessels were
within a short distance of each other,
steaming along converging lines. The
captain of the Jeannie- says he signalled for the Iiix to pass him ani
that his whistle was answered. The
Dix was then within speaking distance
of the Jeannie and to the port sli" of
her. Suddenly Mate Dennison, who
was at tie- wheel il the Dix. put her
hard over to sta: S i.-r: S a- ::' . i c: >s-
in front of the Jeannie. Capt Mason,
of the Jeannie. who was in the 'a-.idge.
saw that an accident was inevitable,
and, calling out a warning to the man
at the wheel of the Dix. gave 'he sig
nal to reverse his own engines, and
his steamer was slowly backing away
when the two came together with only
a slight crash. For a moment a'.l wai
still; then a panic followed.
Wnen the Dix began to ..ink. stem
first, some passengers and members
of the crew leaped into the sea. Other
passengers huddled in groups on the
deck or knelt in prayer. The women,
who had little chance for their live.,
stayed with the sinking steamer and
were drowned as in a trap.
Of the five female passengers on the
Dix, tbe only one to escape was Alice
Simpson, a fifteen year old girl. She
is believed to be the only person who
escaped from the main deck of ths
steamer where more than half of the
Dix's passengers were shut in when
the fatal crash came. She could not
swim, but her clothing kept her alloal
until she was pulled al oard one of lhe
two life boats lowered by the steamer
Jeannie,
It is believed -iia' ia... thirty-seven
passengers who were rescued included
every person "'ho was on the open
deck of the Dix. when the little craft
plunged down stern foremost into 100
fathoms of water. It Is doubtful
whether she can 1,. raised.
made funof^pharaoh.   [Tide Table-Fraser River :j|J[Y   ^|j   COME   BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
r���
Tka Aifl'ntu  V.rttlemtlr Had a Ken
irnir  of  Humor.
Tlie fables of .K.op prove that the
ancients were not without a liking for
fun, and the remains of ancient art tell
tlie same story. Examples of artistic
humor are more common than is supposed by most persons.
A drawing on a tile iu the Metropolian museum, in New York, represents
a cat dressed as an Egyptian lady of
fashion. She ls seated languidly ln a
chair, sipping wine out of a small bowl
and being fanned and offered dainties
by an abject looking tomcat, his tail
between his legs.
The eat figures largely in the aueient
comic groups of animal life. In a
papyrus in tbe British museum a flock
of geese are being driven by a eat and
a herd of goats by two wolves with
crooks and wallets. One of the wolves
IS playing a double pipe.
There is ln tbe museum of Turin a
papyrus roll which displays a whole
series of such comical scenes. Iu
the first place a lion, a crocodile and
an ape are giving a vocal anil instrumental concert. Next comes an ass.
dressed, armed and seeptered like a
pharaoh. With majestic swagger ba
receives the gifts presented to him 'oy
a cat of high degree, to which a bull
acts as proud conductor.
Anoth, r picture shows pbara Si ::i
the shape of a rat. drawn in a carriage
by prancing greyhounds. He is proceeding to storm a tort garrisoned by
cats having no arias but teeth and
claws, whereas the rats have battle
axes and bows and arrows.
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Without   Slamber  Digestion   nml   ..��-
���imitation   Art-   1 ni perfect.
una of ihc most important functions
of that mysterious physical condition
we term sleep is so little understood
that persons who cheat themselves
habitually out of two or three hours
of their natural rest every night are
heard wondering at the same time why
they are affected with dyspepsia and
malnutrition. Care, even rigor, in the
matter of diet seems to avail nothing,
the stomach continuing in a condition
of chronic revolt.
In reality the processes of digestion '
and assimilation are so closely inter
woven with slumber thnt unless the
required amount of sleep is taken it is
Impossible for the body to be nourish
ed, if, indeed, tlie food undergoes the
ordinary digestive changes.
It is only when the brain and the entire nervous system are practically off
duty that the processes of ultimate nutrition take place. The food eaten is
finally assimilated and transformed
into new tissues, Into blood, muscle. ,
nerves and brain, only while the body
is relaxed In slumber.
A curious illustration of this neces
���Ity of sleep is that furnished by the
six day endurance races. One man engaged in these ..deadly tests eats ave
time., as much as a man mi ordinary
labor could cram down. Want of sleep
has rendered it impossible for even the
enormous amount of food taken at lhis
tiuie into the body to form new tissue.
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Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to S p.m.
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block,
Columbia St.
Proprietress.
Victoria's Officers Exonerated.
Victoria. DC. Nov. 19.���Capt. .1. p.
Hiekey and the officers on watch at
the time of the a cid I ��� iie- steamer Princess Victoria, were to-day
cleared of blame for I be stran ling of
the vessel on Of. 16 last, by the
coun of onrpiir;.. consisting ol Capt,
James Gaudin ate! I w i assessors,
namely. Captains .1. (1. Cox an ] .1
'loss. In its I::: Una the court -ays
proper care appears tc I i .e been ex-
ercised in the na rigati m   d Mia ship.
Will Return to Work.
Minneapolis, Minn., Nov, 19.���President Mitchell, of ihe United .Mine
Workers, to-day .-ai i -iia whatever the
it'i' ul'ie- existing letween the operators ai, 1 mini':- In th ��� Crow's Nest
Pass bltuminou   ��� i    ::������', is of Britis t
Columbia,   till',    a:.-   ill   .cer   aow.   an I
thai   the  tmui   will   _ i  back  to  work.
Presldenl    Mlti S.- 11    le line     I ,   .,,
whal side won In tie- strike, inn says
the   ii.en   will   a or.   ui a     their   ol |
agreement  wi-h  the   - ierat u-.-.
A   Ilnn��lr��-fi  CoUrMe   Dinner.
At a dinner given by the hue Prince
Ratibor there were a hundred courses
The chefs of the prince were solemnly
chosen after the greatesl deliberation
and cross examination, (in one special
occasion lt was announced that he wa
iu need of a conk, and ten of the besi
chefs  duly  presenied    tl selves   for
tluj coveted post. Tbey were in
formed by the prince tbjat each mus'
serve a dinner of his own choice and
cooking, consisting of ten courses, to
be served the same evening to a jury
of the best gastronomes in Paris, wh ,
would eat of each different dish und
then pass judgment. This programme
was carried out and the palm awarded
to a Frenchman who bad been chef for
many years to the Baron Haussmau.
A trip to Marienbad by the whole of
the jury was tbe sequel to this fan. ms
dinner of 10O courses.���London Tit
Bits.	
A   Garden  Party.
Trusty Truman trims the trues,
Prudent Polly's planting pans,
Ronald's raking radish rows.
Simon savory s tgo seed sows.
BUthesomi   Denny banks on beets,
Mark the i iclon marki I meets,
Carrie cares for i aullflowi r,
Handy Harry hoi s an hour,
Gertru le (rather    ������ u i in greens,
Pai.;- Betl ,- buries !������ an i,
Wendi 11 v . ��� .1 - the wh lh \  ..��� iy,
Peter Parle;   plan, lo pin ���
-���youth's i 'a ra ir.lon
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be honiesteaded by any person wbo is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry  must be  made  personally at
the local land office for the district in:
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-!
form the conditions connected there-,
with under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence!
upon and cultivation of the land in'
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader!
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the require- !
ments as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence   upon   farming  land   owned
by him in  the vicinity of his home-1
stead, the requirements as to residence
may  be   satisfied  by  residence  upon 1
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do-!
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention;
to apply ior patent.
VV. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of;
this advertisement will not he paid:
for.
After-
Dinner
MINTS
25 cents
=A BOX=
_N__S__/Ysj*_S__\B>
On a Suit
or Overcoat
This Label is
��� u     good     clothes
insurance policy
���a guarantee of quality
���a gold bond v.i value
���a mark of perfection
Look for ilio Label
That Protects
H.   I_.   de BECK
TENDERS
Will be received by the undersigned
up to the lath day of November instant, for the purchase of the fifty H.P.
Standard Gasoline Engine In the
schooner "Xorth," now lying al the
Governmenl docks, Xew Westminster.
The hlghesl or any ten Ier nol ne-
ce isarlly accepted.
EDWARDG   TAYLOR,
Inspector of Flshei les.
Nanaimo, Xov. S, 190 '..
Purchase Notice
Notice la hereby given thai 60 days
after date 1 Intend applying to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated at
the mouth of the Kildala river, Coast
district: Commencing at a post marked W. M.'s X. E Corner planted on
the south hank of the Kildala river
a: the mouth, running as follows: 10
chains south. 40 chains west, 40
(hains north to Ihe shore line, thence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 16 acre:, more
0 ���  less.
Aug.  27, 1906.
Locator, W  MOODY,
Por FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Oct. 24,   1006.
HORSZS!     MORSES!
Dr. !!. I). Drown, V.S . a graduate
of the Ontario Veterinary School, will
��� iii New Westminster every Friday
and Saturday, and will examine your
horses free of charge.
DR.  H. O.  BROV/N, v.".
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand,
R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
B. C. Mills, Timber and!
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds 0.
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash. Don
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Hain and Fancy Glass.
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. lt'th   Street
New Westminster, B. C.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New Westmiruter|
t. ��� ���.._��-��- ��._._,_._._����� ------- ------ ��������������������-����_
The Royal Bank of Cana^
Insures   ibsolute security to depositor-    STARl :.
and you wlll nev:' regrel  It.    People   Io hai Iei    ih
nothing to sh iw tor it.
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.    Pul 11 In ���
ably be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR  dep  sited everj  we l
ten years amounl to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 3 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINSTfcK   BKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager!
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.NU  ...MilNE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, HKlDiifc. and
STRUCTURAL  IRUN     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron    Won-:,   including
Fences, Gates, Ure Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
7lted.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE B't'K____T.
New Westminster. f. U. 474.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOI
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181..
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL   (ALL  paid  up)
RESERVE FUND	
..ll."'"1
Jl ."'Sl
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal.    G    C.   M.
G  Honorary Pres: lent
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice Presi lout   and   General  Manager
General banking business transacted.
Branches In all the principal cities in  Canada, in  London, Eng."l
York. Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., an.l correspondents In all partsolj
worli.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW   WESTMINSTER  BRANCH Ci.   D.  BRYMNERiA*f
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily-
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Itat.es.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
R-.tes   to   Southern   California,
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Apent,
���430 Hasting. St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G.    A
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtui
The Carruthers Manufacturing C��\
VANCOl
c.
Canadian Bank of Commerc
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO. ���
. ���,| Mam*!
B. E.  WALKER,  General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Geni        |
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AMD IN rH I
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Sales'
Cvery   facility  afforded   Farmers for   their  banking   business
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   HY   MAIL���Deposits   may ho made ur ��*itJ
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
li'i'.m
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANO H���H. It. DAVIDSON, ��
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVEN INGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK
M.L.*ia=rer i..c*v
N0\   20. "'9��6-
THE DAILY NEWS
Annual
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Com'y
Limited
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
.    at 9 P. M
r~_~.
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
j
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold j
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
|same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
[at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
Customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
���The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
"ond drawn wins the second prize; and so on
lt!*    igh the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons
nust present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
EICHENBACH
Company���Limited
esaSe and Retail Butchers
COLUMBIA    STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
R. C�� Plirdy, The Confectioner
I? now manufacturing on his promises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramels
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full line of G. B. and Lownev's Chocolates.
WE ARE DSCIG PURE CA5ADIA1. MILK IH
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, it.
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM AIL OTHERS IU
PURITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN  CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
u*____ffj
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO. NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, IM.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard  Block.   New Westminster. B.C
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATI.IN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.     Daily  trains   (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail.
express    and    freight    connect    with
.tai;..   at  Carcross and White Horst,
maintaining a through winter service
For  information  apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic  Manage!
Vancouver.  B. C.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Harris
lers and solicitors. Blackle Blk.
'olumbia Btreet, New West minster
*V. J. Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
30YAL CITY PRECEPTORY. No.-459
It. II. K. of I., meets Becond and
fourih Friday of eaeh month, at 8
p,   m.,   in   Orange   hall,   corner   of   was
COUNCIL MEETING
Burnaby   Council.
All ' ��� councillors were presenl a;
lasi Saturday's fortnlghtl. meeting,
Reeve Byrne presided
rii, following tenders were accepted: Por making aboul three chain*
Trafalgat road, Central Park, F E.
{farmer, at Jy25 per chain; for widen
ing Vancouvei road for thirteen chains
wesl of thr Junction, A. R Attoe,
$6.50 per chain;  tor supplying punch
eon   fo:    Tenth  avenue,  between   I'enlli
an,i Twelfth streets, T. Muttitt. .<* pe-
chain; the acceptance of the tender
of Car! Helman fi flood box, Wai kern
road, was ,. nt.: med, Tenders for
rock, Ha I, v, ei e laid over
Councillors Stride and Anderson
wi : e air tie ;... i -,, expend a sum not
excei !:- :: |f n Poll Line road. neat-
It irnab.   Lake ; osl ol
rhe :<cord i ; 250 lm hes of water
munlcl] al pui i oses, to i.e taken
Se. me:;: , reek, !i is been recel\
��� I  ��� oai the wi tea commissioner
(", in. Sl i ide reported upon tin-
tl.   a    Illtions     W ttli     the     cltj     ef     New
Westmlnsti i ,i- .> work on Tenth avert .. ��� ��� in r-arrle I out Jointly bj the
two authorities It was resolved to
��� a: ial: I he cosl ol opening the ave
nr.e from Fourteenth street to Twen.
.tilth Btreet, on the southwest shio of
Twelfth street, to bear half the coal
ol ipening and making ihe avenue
from Twelfth sti eet. In a northeasterly direction to Eighth street; also to
paj moiety of surveyor's charge for
determining the boundary line from
Twelfth strei t westwards,
The invitation of the B, c. Union of
Municipalities to submit suggested
amendments to the municipal clauses
acl wns received and held for further
consideration,
Councillor Griffin was requested to
call for lenders for making ten chains
of lhe north portion of Power House
road. He reported upon steps taken
to cul off lhe water from Mowing down
the roadbed,
Councillor Love was authorised to
iu in>; In specification for contjnuation
of iiuiiii :oa,i from the centre line of
lol  in westward.
Specification of worli required on
cliff road was approved, and Councillor Cliff authorized to call for tenders
The Burnaby hlghwa. bylaw. l_o6,
further   reconsidered,   and    the
M'
(it. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid-
-oi of ihe supreme court. Offices
Uiuadian Bank of Commerce build
mg, Columbia street, opposite post
ofiice. New Westminster. Money tr
loan.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRIE,
barristers,  solicitors, etc. Of
tiees: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lome Streets,
Vancouver, rooms _i to 24, 44.r> Gran-
.ilie street. Joseph Martin, K. ('., ..
W. Wealt, W. O. McQuarrie, il. A
Bourne, Mr. Martin will be in th..
Westminster offices every Friday nf
fe rnoon
Royal avenue and .lohn street.    So   third reading laid over nil nexl meet.
journiiig  Sir  Knights   cordially   in   ,
vited to attend.   W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    K.  E.  Matthias, Reg. Councillors Stride.   Love   and   (TifT
were appointed a committee to confer
with  the managers of the B, C. rail-
LOYAt orange LODGE, NO. 1150 "'���'���*' wlth '""liiir'] "' lhe rates charge-1
���Meets In Orange hall fl.-st and from certain points on their lnterur-
third Fridaj In each nioiiih at 8 p.   ban system,
in. Visil nig brelhren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
w. M.; j. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
H
OWAY, REIT) & BOWES, Barrle
lers, solicitors, etc.. VI Lorne
Street, opposite Court House. New
Westminster. A. Whealler, P.O. Box
241.
O. O. F.���AMITV LODGE. No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brelhren cordially invited lo aitend. A. P, Halln-
day. N.G.; W. C, Coatham, Rec. Sec.
. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No 3
��� Meetings ihe first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to at.snd.
Lodge room. A. O, U. W. hull. Oddfellow*' block, Clarkson street, C.
S, Conic.in. recorder; Louis Witt,
master  workman.
W. J, Cunningham addressed the
eouneil In support of an application
from a Central Park committee foi
endorsation of a proposal to secure, If
possible, the selection of lhal locality
as a site for the B.C. university, Thc
question was laid over for fuller dis
cussion,
The council adjourned till Saturda.
Dec,  I, at 2.30, being pay day.
GEOROE E
Solicitor
MARTIN, Barrister hoi*
Guichon block. Colum-
la  and  McKenzle streets, New West.
iinsiei.   It. C,
,. m ye I.S GRAY. Barrister, Solioltor
and Notary Public, In practice since
1891 ai New Westminster, B.C. Of
llces remove I to CurtlB Bloi k, Clark
son street, opposite Court House,
p.n   ii,i\ 160.   Telephone C4,
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westiuin
uter ii iard ol Trade meets In ihc
Hoard Room, City Hall, as follows:
Seeond   Wednesdav   of  eaeh   month
Quarterly meet inc.-, on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p, m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. Ne*
members may be proposed and
elected al any monthly or quarterly
meel ing.    A. E. Wld'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
������OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of onch month,
lu K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., nl
R p in.. While Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each month, same
time and place VlBltlng Hi pthi ei
tordially Invited. E, B. 8tlnch-
combe, Pres., II   Disney, Se tt ol n ���
OURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
��� Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block, visit inc.
brethren are cordiallv Invited to al
tend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.: F. P.
Maxwell, Jt. S.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���J, M. Sinclair, Toronto;
B, .1. B, Sullivan, Cloverdale; P. !>.
Hoe. Port Moody; E. It. McMaster,
Vancouver; T. J, Sullivan, Cloverdale.
Windsor���J, C, Jenkins, L. Harbe.
and wife, Vancouver; V. I). Selby,
Hammond; C, W Cathcart, Vancouver; ii. p, Haman and wife, R, Hopp,
Cloverdale; P. \v. Keough, I'itt River,
Colonial���B, L M iddlll, Vancouver;
H, Hi tu-;.. Ml i Hornby, It. Wollf,
3levo     ���:
.OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8308.
A. o. F. The regular meetings of
this Lodge are lie! ,>n the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
ul 8 p, in. in the Oddfellows' Hall,
Visiting Hrethren are cu'didy in
cited to ai lend. E. C. Firth, c. R.:
F. P, Maxwell, Sec.
Simple ( nre  For  Neuralgia.
Here i. . - i ie method of curln :
fucuil neuralgia: If the neuralgia is ou
the rigin . le f the face the lefl hand
ill ul i 11 pirn I u n basin of water
a i bol as can be ij rue, or If neuralgia
is in the lefl side of the face lhan th.
right band should be i laced In the 1. i
water. It is asserted thai In Ibis way
relief m;iy he obtained In less than
live minutes. The explanation is that
the two nerves which have the great
est number of tactile nerve endings
are the fifth iu ul the median nerve.
As the fibers of these two nerves era s
any Impulse conveyed to the left band
wlll affeel tlie rlghl side of the fa"
or if applied to the right hand will af
(feci the lefl siily of the face. This is
on account of the crossing of the cord ���
- Indian Review
JNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M. |
���'I'he regular meeting of this
Is held on the First Wednesday in
eaeh moiilh, at S o'clock p. tn.. In
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DoWolf Smith,
Secretary.
*ING SOLOMON  LODGE, r'O. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i month In
Masonic Temple, nt 8 )_, m. Visit-
Ine brethren are -ordially Invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Ait   I*. In n. if   Conseconi-e.
"Here, my dear." said Ibe husband,
producing a roll of bills���"here is $.0
I won playing poker over ut Brown'i
last nighl .mi may have it to btlj
that dress you wanted." Reluctantly
the conscientious wife took the nam
ey, then said, wiih an expression ei
rigid  rectitude:  "1  simply shudder al
 the thoughl  Of Using money gained iu
such a way. Henry, promise me that
80N*3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS- after you have won enough for me r.o
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES buy the hat to go with the dress you
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and will never again touch those awful
Third Tuesday of every month <n cards. I don't want my husband to b_
K. of P. Hall. John McNlven, , �����>,, a gambler."���Judge.
Chief: J. J. Forrester, Roc. Sec.      I 	
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
nt 8 o'clock' p. m., lu Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Hrethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. O.J N. R. Brown,
Sec.
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' fHEJDAILY NEWS
UESDAY
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Punishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their
.dices   corner   of   Sixth   and    From
rjtreeis. New  Westminster.  B. C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
Having trouble with the salt >
Gets damp and hardens) Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.  It never cake*.
/rVERTISING RATES.
Transleu display advertising, 10
cent-, per iiie nonparlel) 12 lines to
Hip t_.ch F.ve cents per line lor
.urse.j.eat Insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
fonts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Foi time contracts, special posl-
Lons, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
;��s. than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night   Office   	
that this attempt to harass tbe management, and particularly the managing director, is an evident compliment
to the power and influence of the
Daily News. A suit for criminal libel
is rather a novel way of answering
political arguments, but it must be
j accepted as an acknowledgment that
I no other answer is available.
ea  Is important  enough  to  last  tBiV
days.    No doubt  there are other eelc
orations  not  so  public  or  prominen
such   as   the   Chinese   New   Vear  an:
others,   but   the   above   -oes   to   show
that not all the feasting in the caplt
is   done   by   natives.     An   interest':
pol-.t. however, is that foreigners wh
come to Mexico are soon the keene--
for the coming ef the various holidays
and   Mexican,   religious or  their  own
are jealously demanded as leisure dav��
from all houses of business or commerce���Modern Mexico.
.B22
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Autos Go Free.
Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 19.���Collector
Fred O. Murray has receive,1 from
Washington an order that Canadian
automobillsts, who are known residents of that country, may bring iheir
automobiles into the United States for
a period not to exceed three days,
without paying duty or flling bonds.
The   Wrnn..   I nlor.
"What I regard as most conspicuous about Georgle Gayson." said Mrs.
Oldcastle,  "is  tier  iiaivete!"
"Yes," replied her hostess, "1 wonder
what made her get a red one?"���Modern Soeietv.
TUESDAY.  NOV. 20.  1906.
Amateurs Only.
Winnipeg, Nov. 19.���Al a me ttln ;
to-night, Winnipeg senior ina key club
unanimously decided to play strictly
amateur teams only this season, and
if the proposal to recognize professionalism is accepted by th ��� league,
they will sece le.
A   MANUFACTURED  CRIMINAL
The managing direel u of the Daily
News, being oblige I in the discharge
of iii- duties to turn nlghl into day.
und vice versa, does not, as a rule,
reach his office until late In the evening. Las- ��� vening, shortly after his
arrival on the scene of his nlghtl;
: i iors, he was hon re I v. a visit from
Detective Bradshaw, who handed him
two copies of a typewritten document, headed "Summons to a Person
Cha -ed With an Indictable Offence."
Enq ilring what he was to do with Episcopal court of review, just .��� .
them, he was info med by the detective that he could use theni as he
pleased. "They are out of my hands
now." said the obliging officer, wh i
then proceeded to hand out blue docti-
Heresy Case Ended.
Buffalo, N.Y., Nov. 19.���Rev. Reginald Rapsey, D.D., of St, Andrew's
Episcopal church, is condemned to
suspension from the church as a result of the decision of the Protestant
public here.    This decision apparently
brings the Rapsey case to an end.
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY, Nov. 23rd
The  Favorite English Comedian,
HARRY
BERESFORD
"THAT ODD PELL. IW"
Direction   J.  J.   COLEMAN,
Presenting
THE
WOMAN     HATER
A continuous laugh, a spasm of laughter���FUN, charming,  pure,
wholesome PUN.
Prices,  $1.00,   75c   and  50c:   gallery.
25c.
Sale begins  on Tues lay   at   Ryall's
Drug Store.
men's entitled. "Summons to a  Witness"  to four  members of the Daily
News   staff,   editor! il   and  operative.
The document  rea Is:
SUMMONS TO A PERSON CHARGED
WITH  AN INDICTABLE OP-
FENCE.
Canada, Province of British Columbia.
i',, ury of Westminster,
City of New Westminster.
To   .lohn   Cunningham  Brown,  of  the
City of New Westminster, County
of Westminster, Journalist:
Whereas you have this day heen
charged before the undersigned police
magistrate and one of His Majesty's
justices of the peace in and for the
said city of New Westminster, for that.
you mi the 1 -".tii day of November,
A.D. 1906, at the eii> .u New Westminister aforesaid, did publish in a
certain newspaper called 'The Daily
News," a defamatory libel on, of and
Lake Steamer Lost.
Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Nov. I'a.���The
steamer Theano, of the Algoma Central Steamship Co., ran on the Shaugh-
ineaux island, three miles east of
Thundred Bay cape. Lake Superior,
Friday night, and sank in 67 fee; of
water, early Saturday morning. The
crew got off safely.
The Bavarian Floated.
Montreal, Nov. 19.���The Allan llae
steamship Bavarian. whicli wenl
ashore on Wye rocks, below Quebec,
In October, 1905, was successfully
Boated this evening by wreckers engaged by the underwriters, to whom
the steamer had been abandoned. She
will be taken to Quebec for temporary  repairs.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pione��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
N'o trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
(,.4 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
NOTICE  or
DISSOLUTION ^PARTNERSHIP!
Notice Is herehy given 'hat the partnership heretofore subsisting between j
us. the undersigned, as plumbers, tin-j
smiths    and    genera!    hardware   merchants, in the city of New Westminster,   B.C..  under   the   firm   name   of
Hardman & Bryson, has this day heen J
dissolved hy mutual consent, ,Iam_>s S I
Bryson   having   taken   over   the   said;
business.
Persons having any claim again-:
the said firm are hereby required to
present the same with full particulars
to the said .1. S. Bryson, who has assumed all liabilities, and intends to
carry on the said business under the
firm name of Bryson ._ Sons.
New Westminster. B.C.. 190. November,  1906.
ALFRED HARDMAN.
JAME8  S.   BRYSON.
Witness: J. P. Hampton Bole, solicitor
MRS.   dominy. proprietress   of   the
Arrow    l':es.   .1,,:,    Printer,,   having
engage I ������ practical printer, !>e_-. ���.,
thank tin- public for I bell  '��� !n I pal
ronage, which .she hopes will be con
tinned
wanted -Experienced    hotel    wall
ress, for city.   Apply IV 0. Box 573.
217tf
WANTED���Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping, central location.
Writ,- I... I'd. Box 21 I. 215-3
LOST ��� Between Sixth ani Tenth
streets, shopping bag, containing
parcel of sewing material, boy's blue
serge blouse. Finder plea:-,- rei u i
io Daily News office.
LOST���on  Sunday   evening,  between
the Methodist and  R. C. churches, a
string of   gold    beads.    Finder  re-1
warded  on   returning   tbem   to  _.
Blackwood street. 213-G
r������
FIRST INSTALMENTS OF
XMAS CARDS
Are being opened up.     They ar.   Be
auties.
our XMAS STOCK. n��o^
Will be Larger and Better than ever
I J. J. MACKAY fr co]
i Booksellers Stationers Neu.��.L,1
I i-'t.v. sae_i.ri
Crowded for Row
That's why we are offering those beautiful
10-piece Toilet Sets this week at
$2.50  PER SET
COME AND SEE THEM X
ADAMS & DEANS
W. R. Gilley, 'Knon.   iv _.
PRINTING    Let us do your  printing.
We  guarantee you   very reasonable
prices, prompt delivery and complete satisfaction. The Arrow Press,
Front  street.    Mrs.   Dominy, owner.
216-tf
LOST ��� Be: ween Leopold [dace an I
Fourth avenue and Eighth streel
large amethyst brooch with dla
mon,I setting In center. Finder will
be "rewarded. Apply E. Goulet, C.
P. R. station.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. U. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc,
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Dep.
'Phone 1-b
New   Industries.
Montreal.   Nov.    la.���Montreal    wi'!
likely  In   the   neai-   future   have   two
large industries added to its industrial
list���a million  dollar cotton  mill em-
concerning one  .lanes   Davis  Tavlor     ,    -
.   ,, ,,        ��� ,  , ,     ,,      .    , '      '   Ploying   .00  hands,  and  a   car  wheel
>ou the said John Cunningham Brown   ,,,,,,
... plant at Longue Pointe, m which _.<������-.
knowing  the  same  to be  false,        , ,      ,    ,   ,
eral hundred thousand dollars will ;,������
an 1 which libel was contained in tin
said newspaper in an article therein
atl I was ir
headed "Board of Tra le
the following woi 1-:
".The other re iolui lon, Introduce I '���:
.1. D. Taylor, was a piece of political
clap-trap of the "red herring" order.
Professing to look --aw,,: i< the abolition of road tolls on the Fraser river
bridge,  it. is  really designed to heel
invested and which will furnish employment to a large number of ro -
chanics.
Saw n Bear.
On Friday evening last, as Harry
Richardson, one of the employes ,,:'
the Fraser River mills, at Millside,
was walking into the city aboul s
o'clock, he was startled by a young
",T [he movemenl for their abolition, bear which came rushing out of tin-
As everj one present al the meeting underbrush opposite the track. Asthe
(except the mover of the re.solutioni young man had no firearms of any
was in favor of doing away with the description, he allowed the hear to
:')lls- ""' resolution passed unani- proceed on its way withoul attempt-
mously, hut  no:   until  Mr. Taylor had   lng  to capture  it.    This   is   tie- third
made what, in the circumstances, w is  bear thai has l n Been inside of two
an absolute:.-, false statement in ordsr: weeks b. those who have occasion to
to leal -.he meeting into supposing walk Into the city from Millside in he
lhal  the:-,, was ni serious obstacle in  evenings.
'in- way of the granting of a subsid.	
ljy Lhe Dominion Government. Reichenbach's    home-made    mince-
"1:"   Governmenl     imply  dare  nol   meat, 15c per li,.. will make delicious
$3.00
SHOES
^"N     TMC       ^-v.
^(^��E..c^
ASK TO SEE
THE MANNISH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
$3.00
SHOES
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be   Ohtained   at    All    Hours   at
Kenny s    Restaurant    ana   Lj
��J��________W��M_______-------------_W^MMMMIIM��MMiM-----|*^*'''*>ll^,^'IIM^*^^^
Late Suppers After the  Theatre a
Specialty.        Oysters    ana    Gar
me
in   S
eason.
pies.
.11-tf
ubsl ii/..- a Provlni, il public wor..,
and Mr. Tayloi must be quite well
aware ni thai.
Some time ag . the Dailj News
stand an aglta ion : ir the removal ���t
the l,;i Ige toil.-, uol ..l iwing thai Mr.
Oliver, M IT. wa- also working the
maiter up. The Columbian had orders
to oppose the movemenl an i . j j. i *0|
and now Mr Taylor Is ai his usual
game of drawing ., red herring across
tin- track an,I trying in shifl the :���-
sponsibility   to Ottawa "
And which libel was written in the
sense ,,f Imputing Hn' the sai,| James
Davis Taylor  ha !   made a  deliberately
false statemenl to the Board if Trade,
an I did   by  dishonoral !������  . .mine-  a'.
"���:npt   la   deceive    the   said    Board   of
Trade, and which libel was publlshe :
without legal justification er cause,
and was likely lo injure an i did injur i
the reputation of tlie said .lames Davij
Taylor by exposing him to contempt, | Bul not all of the celebrations whle
aid Willi intent to provoke tlie Bald take place In the capital are Mexlea:'
.lames Davis Tavlor and ixclte him ns the foreign colonies contribute the:
to commit a  breach of tie- yeai.,. j share et*  feast  days.     The  America
, celebrate their day of Independence o
the glorious Fourth of .Inly, and I ���
.lays  later  the   French  celebrate   th
fall ��>f the Bastille, and so it noes. I'a
British   eelehratlng   the   birthday   n
HOLIDAYS IN  MEXICO.
Tti.y Arr   \umeroa_.  tint   Ar.   Not  ..!l
Lon: I ( vlcbrntlona,
Th.'   visil ir   iii   Mexico  is  apt   ia  !>.
surprised  at   tlie  number of  li e.l
celebrated hero nnd made rTfe oce&si
of rejoicing, with accompanying 2:11s:
and decoration, and i.s likely to thill:
that tho Mexican dues nothing o 1
celebrate.
With his religious nnd uatlonal feast
days,   the   Mexican   does   have  ma:-.,
holidays nf more or less general :..
poriatue. und when be is noi colcbr.il
lng those lie may be celebrating i'a
day of li: - patron saint or of that ���
some member of his family, so thai
��� eems to require little Inducement f 1
him to celebrate,   if a u_en_ber4.f t'..
family   --'"es   out   of   town   for   a   fe '
days or  we.a.s.  his return  is Caleb:-.:'
: ed iu some mild way and his welcoim
home made pleasant.
i
OUR $3.00 SHOES
And   then   the  document   concludes1
by requiring the criminal aforesaid "in
liis  Majesty's  name"  [for whal   .url-
OUS thlnga His Majesty is made re-| their king, the Italians the entry i .:
sponsible!) to appear in t.he police Rome of the troops of united Italy, th
couri nexl Friday al loam. Germans  the birthday of  the kalsu:
Comment tow hlng the n 1 rlts of the ' *e Swiss the day of the formation ,,:
the confederation.    Ihe spain-n ce ���
case   is.   we   presume, out  Ol order   In    ^^  ^  b|rthflny  ,���- ������.,,  k|nR|
t.ie meantime.   We may. however, say! la s,,..;.....,... -;,,,.. (t..^, ,,;- , ��� ,:.v:,'.....
THREE Dollars is always a popular price for Women's Shoes.
Every shoe store in the land
sells Women's Shoes at $3.00.
But very few stores, if any,
sell our high grade of Women's Shoes
at $3.00.
The leathers are Vici, Velour Calf,
Gun Metal, etc. They're handsome
and stylish. They are made to sell for
more   money,  but   our  price will   be
JUST THREE DOLLARS
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE
Columbia St.
New Westminster. B_ C.
Today The finger of Opporturt
Points to Suburban Acreage
���
WH have exclusive agency for 57 acres on 1
within live minutes of theB.C.B.R. car  I n
limits,   Splendid fruit land, e 1 sj  cleai n ���
of the  inns'   successful fruit  groi     s   In   the   N'ew
trict,    Onl.  $150 per aere.   car.:     sta. at thi   prlr<
All Intending purchasers of i     aes should in 1
cation to us.    Wr always have ;.       n\  list 1 1
THE DOMINION TRUST C0.1i|
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
G
rowing
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY cOUj
ONLY   CAUSE   SUCH   A   RAPID !
CREASING DEMAND V(W- t)UR
Sugar Cured
Ib��
~C.TC_2_SI___S__r_^^
_J
Breakfast Bacon ani H01
Ii REICHENBACH COMPANY,ui Vi N0V   20   1906.
THE
THE DAIL>  NEWS
ASH STORE
hristmas
:- scarcely five weeks off, and many
wise people are already preparing for it.
Fancy work takes time to do. and ii
done  now -worry will   be  saved   as   'Tht
���:   Time   draws   nearer.
JUST IN
Local News Briefly Told
���   a    kind
ib ii
'S,
dtl
? of the Y.W.C.'
- ������
:: - ....
��� Re' a    into'
erday witl
e   F aivi
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I
mori
ii
''''������'���' '-���"'��� ���       ���'��� hi   fi    ng   up  ol
thi   gen lemei
use o    hi ii     ,   :
Chii keni enbach'i
Wr. .1. R. Co hn has been
ie
���
���    -
���  menl    >]
_ irked    La -
��� Westm :
ac, 50c, 75c, 90c  and $1.00,
hion Scrim li
 ellofl   .,:. .   - hi
40i   60c and $1.00 a j ard
Silks we h
TWISTED   SILK
WASH   COLORS
'r#Z&&S4.
D ���   silks, better known as CortlceUi    F      R man  Cas-
a    ��� Mellick Skein Silks
- <-.\  in stock in   Japanese Silks,   Mei ���   ized  Sateens
1' .1 ds.
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12 hours lati se,
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raffii
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Van. ouver yes ,.; OU'_
Co    ���   .      - g house    The
two v       ties v I two .vears in
- ,. ol . .
_ ai ���
R'-i'' ' ae-made    mince-
ill make delicious
I    es 211-tf
The M       - vill be heard in
nex       I'  cam,- up in
and was n man I
��� : -        iveel       Mr.   Morrison,  of
. i accused   of   a:e\enting
from   ��
a .,     a :   ���  ', ms
Da       \   w s s: a I'.
Iieartili Mr. and  M  -
...     ,.    le ol
,
whi
\    tmeeting of th ��� G   icers' Proi
o ** irded   I ve associai on,  which  ��.t- held ves
a. ������ i
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IE
WHITE HOUSE
KEEP YOUR EYE ON THIS SPACE!
A. HARDMAN,
P. O. Box 248  ^���
PLUMBING   and
CONTRACTING
Teleph
one
UP-TO-DATE   STOCK
men    and
:
"We are showing some particularly good values ir_=
-adies' House Dresses, Wrappers,
^imorias   and    Dressing   Gowns
rhe i im irenoon           nerchants i ame
''   x":' ��� I svo di cisions  _ hii h tt 111 he of gen '
ei a) Interesl  to the bu. ing publl     !n
\   Gunn,           uistalned injuries;' the lirst   place, thej  decided  Ihat,   n
Ills :  ��� I while workln I in Gille;   ire' v[ew  0|. |h),   ,.     , ,     .     i;;    .
lone quart     it. PUI Lake, is progress
. charged   in   wholes ilei s,  they   v. vai I
lavora       and v          m   e oul nl
tho  Ro; il Colin    lan   ���     I   '   ivhen havi  ''  ,,,;'1'" an advance in the price-'
.    ���.             ui en      The     ��� i   their   .oi I-     In  the second place,
ras lindlj                mil one ol then ������ the. decided thai hereafter they would
waa   iro ten   i ���
ng upon
a
J. BIRTCH, 275 Colum-
���bia Street	
I $
te ��� position In the bar room of the
Win a , hotel The new bar will ne
a few aches higher Mian the old one
and the fixtures in the rear will also
bi al ered. The general appearance
of the i,ar room will be much improv-
i  consequence of the alterations.
S    Pringle,   shoemaker,    McKenzii
ne      ,   painful   accident :
i    ernoon, when he slipped
on the sidewa k near bis place of busi
ness, thereby  fracturing his leg.    Dr.
Hal!   was  immediately  called   and  or
,  Mr.  Pringle to he taken to   hi
Ro;      Columbian   hospital,   where  he |
is doing as well as can be expected
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iste -da - no >n,   and   is
lea tin-   police  couri
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way a?
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Sl   Vndn w's Presb; I irian church. Vic-
Is      ���' ��� \   .a ��:���:���_ Ige  Of
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church was $_.* vltl est, whilh
had been nobl     ,      eacl    ea    b;   the
members of   tl tregatlon     The
: : i    pa. menl   was   ma Ie three  da; s
���    :   ivas due.    a ce i    ation  in
honor  of the evenl   i      be held on
Xov, 2S
Silas Wh ti [ale, was lined
$���"*��� In the pollci  .   ...     da    morn-
..    The charge againsl him was one
. - ��� lerlj    conduct.    Ah   Low,  a
Chinese  whlskej   pedlar, was sent  to
jail for three months for supplying   n
Indian with booze.   Harrj Dominj was
givi a the option of leaving the city or
spending   three   months   in   jail,  and
chosi   the forme      i,.,       wag ������, on
the same old oaii- ���drunkenness    A
bar-room   lighte     a   I    .   couple   0_
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In Black, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50.
Tan color, just the thing for shooting, $3.50.
Fancy Sweater, in nice, dark, neat
patterns, at $2.50 and $3.00.
White and light, fancy, $2.50 and
$3.00.
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\A Letter of Importance.
|E  INHACITANTS  OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER   IN   ^rriERAL.  AN!*)
0U��   FRIENDS   IN   PARTICULAR:
!|y we have been constantly asked if v.-e are Belling cat, or moving
F premises. Tb;3e enquiri.s have ro doubt been created by the
1 li)ri'e"its cf furniture leaving e.r 3.ares and warehouses daily.
' ve ai*e not leaving our presr.o ::. tut we certainly are setting out
Ft'mc' Not with any cate:-.: . reductions, hut a genuine legit;-
r 0(l of trading which we :-_. . made successful by always marking
:* 'han the lowest  cf   oilier furniture houses   in   British   Cj
I.i_ITs L'J 70 Y0U whether you ��ant old and out of d3te g00d3
I       Pr'��. or the very latest aid  newest goods that money and  ex-
f can buy.
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evening,  the   ie i elayed   or
... .,   tin '���    i im     .    ie   tangei ���   m
the brake bea n   lr ippe I ofl  and  fe!
,,,,    t)ie    ,-;:     tail       The    icar     wheel
caughl   in the obstacle, and consl lei
ible time waa losi I efore the damaae
, i.ui i be repalre I,
give  no Chrlstmas  presents  :"  their
al en..   The en o on had led to con
,   ible   liasatisfacl Ion  on   the   pari
��� I ���   buyers, and had led to   li ilei ���
�� r li differenl    merchant ���   i ompari. .'
n ienl    hi i   e Ing   their
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SUITS
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BEST   ON    EARTH
THE MONARCH RANGE
It utilizes all the heating power of the hard coal, soft coal, wood or
ccke. Ordinary ste^l and cast iron ranges are fuel wasters. They ma;'
work  well   until   the   bolts  become   loese where steel is bolted to cast it or.
The Monarcn range is different. It is constructed with malleable iren
fiames, to which the steel is rivetted, not bolted. It is only in this way
that absolutely air-tight joints can be made. There is no stove putty in
Monarch   airtight  seams -no  danger of leaks.    FOR  SALE  BY
HARDMAN & BRYSON
NEW WESTMINSTER        VANCOUVER.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
The  G.N.R,   ;��� lins   are   once more
getting   buck  ti    their   regular   time   Cut and Made on the Premises.
The . ash nits caused i. the recenl
,'.,.,,. have ' eon re ilred, an l ... >ter
day the Se title : iln rai rl thi thro igl.
wlthoul having to I auafoY m eng'
The train was onl; t'- ur hours l ite on
reai hlng Spokane, The Oriental Mm
Ite i lefl Seattle on time yet te ' 15
oronoon
247 Front Street
New Westminster
r,s7C 1 nnd pay us a frien:i|yvi��it: l10 one wi"bother you t0 **uy'
met^as 9��0:1*i constantly  arriving.     Look   them   over,   and   if   you
���ii,   w'"3 a����d' Se'eCt  '*'  and   we wi" deliver any timc cr ���*,n'/wher!-
Ch5, ^ W'" advise y��u in purchasing Morris Chairs, Morris Rockers,
tcnsion Tables,  Pictures. Sideboard., Buffets, etc.
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/3   FURNITURE  EMPORIUM
upont Block      CcSumbia St.      Telephone 73
Chickens al  Reichenbach's,
,,,,-,r. ��� Mi Inl ro, who lives at P im
IP, ,.;-i i, state I ' ihe recent .storms
,,.,   ,,���.  guif  wore the  worsl   h i ..a-
ever -sen.   Mr   Mclntyre haa I u a
residenl on I ie poinl  tor a consider
,..,.   length ol   time,  and   haa    een
gome i. m's.   The road through th
bush to his home was rendered almosl
Impassable bj  fallen trees a
llllla.
FARMERS!
We Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE    EOR    HSDES.
For Sale
md   wash
AYRSHIRE BULL, four-Year-Old
(Registered)
Iror  Sale or Trade
APPLY
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If In iiimsi nf sumi-fliinii nut ni the nnlinarv���wherw novelty nr ;��;
J artistic ui'ici'i'liim Ih snuuht-then can this store be nf the utmost ;��j
J value in makinq your selections oi gifts for Christmas. ;t;
Our stock is fast Attaining to completeness. Many European V
...    Novelties are ready for tlie early holiday shopper's  Inspection.    See- ��J
W. . .a
�����    ing Ihat these cannot  he duplicated, the advantage of earlv ehooslns; $
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Those who come to see are quite as welcome as those who come >J
to buy.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The JEWELER I
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RISING   SUN   PLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
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THE WESTERN MILLING CO,
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
F.  G.  DAWSON, Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver.
LTD.
INSTRUCTION  BY  EASY  STAGES.
"Now tell me what it the name of this animal?"
"That is an hoppopotamus."
"All wrong, my son. First of all, it's not 'an,' but 'a' hoppopotamus;
aecondly, it's hippopotamus, and not 'hoppo,' and, thirdly, it's not hippopotamus
at all; it's an elephant."
Little Bobby:    "Mother,  I'm tired of playing by  myself.    I  wish  you'd talk
to me.    Tell me something funny."
Mother:   "A likely thing!    Can't you see how busy I am baking these pies?"
Bobby:   "Well, you might cay, 'Bobby, won't you have a pie?'    That would
be funny for you."
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO  SEND YOU OVERJ
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train;  Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It is lighted with I
both   electricity   and   gas;,   the   most
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the'
world.     The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
16  section   sleepers,  luxurious   dining
car. reclining  chair cars  (seats free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
brarv and  smoking cars.
I'or  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or any
further information  call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
"720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dally 1 NKW [j   Dally
Leavel WESTMINSTER! Arrive
H..I. ah. Blaine,  liolffriK   !7i'0 phi
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to any
Light and Heavy Hauling
...flco Tturae *H*6.      Worn r_>on'. 137 '
4:35 pm bam      Burling
.: 55pm
Hon.   Mt.   Ver-i
'mui,     Everetl
Beattle        and
il'oi-lland.
4::.r> pmlSpokane,      Si.
3:00 pm
|Paul    and    all
poliiiH Bast,
9._o am|Anacortes,
:*:00 pin
IWoolley,     and
|Rockport,
3:00 pmlVancouver
9:20 am
9:65 pm]
4:35 pm
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.   MAIN"   LINK.
Leave N. w. 15.40; an- N. w. 11.35.
CPU.  MISSION BRANCH.
Leave N. W. S.30;  ar. Seattle 15.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N. W. 18.40.
C.P.R.  WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.
Leave N. W. 8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.::.",.
Arrive N. \V. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. . p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.      r
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
S:45 p m. and C p. m.
I     Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m
From Chwk.  Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m
Ramona���
From N. Vv*. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From N. "W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
I 2 p.m.;  Saturday, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.I
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Rithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
Seattle, via Sumas 7.45 a.m.   0.40 p.m.
| Sapperton and Mill-
,      side, Nn. i  7.45a.m. 11.35a.m.
J j Vancouver,   No.   I.   7.45 a.m.    9.00 a.m.
i G N.R.   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. 8.45 a.m.
���    Van.  & Cen.  Park.10.30 a.m.
Victoria    10 30 a.m.
Ka.: Burnaby ....   I.l:: p m,
Ladni r, Steveston,
< tc    1.30 p
C.P.R east, Sapperton, Millside and
Coquitlam     3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
Van   an I  Burnaby 3.30 p.m.   0.00 p m
G.N.R, Flyer     4.00 p.m   11,00 p.m,
Tlmberland,  Tues
and Friday .   ... 12.00 in.    12.mi m,
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees,
1st,   7th,   Mih  of each   month,  for
Claoquot  and Mosquito Harbor;  20th,
to Abouset, Quatsino. Cape Scotl and
way ports.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New  Westminster  on  Mon
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
(.nd   Friday   at   2    p.m. and   Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mou-j
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,1
Wednesday, Thursday aud Saturday at '
7 a. m.;  Friday at 6 a. in. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C.  ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and ICth of each month, willing at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
ed. Goi'Lirr,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J.  COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROI'P,
General Sui.er'ntendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between ail
points ea. t, west and south to Ross-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N.  Co.
Connect-; at Rossland w-ith the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage t'-iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Sunday,    November    to,
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane   .. . .715 p.m.
...Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
... Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
Effective
1901.
Leave
9.20' a.m. .
12.25 p.m.  .
9.40 a.m. .
3.30 p.m.
2.oo p.m.
9.00 a.m.
1.15 p.m.
in. 11.00 a.m.
The only railway running through
sleepers and tourist cars. Host equipment.
Train for Seattle leaves tit  8 30 a.m.
Eastern Express at 15.40
For rates, reservations and other
pai tii ulars apply io
KD. GOULET,
C. P. R, Agent,
New Westminster
E.  J.   COYLE.
Assistant    General    Passenger    Ar;ent,
Vancouver.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
==FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Lv. New Westminster for
Guichou 3:50 p. 111. Ar. Guichon
0 p. m., Monday, Wednesday,
Friday.
8:45 a. 111. ar. from Guichon,
h;30 a. m. Lv. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St, Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete Information,
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F, C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,
New Westminster, li. C
3. G, YKI.KI.S, A. G, P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue ard Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Briti.h Columbia Coast Line
Service.
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EMPRESSES"
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Sub.ecl to change withoul notice),
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
Nov. 22, Dee. 11, Dec. 22, Jan. 11,  1907;
.lan. 22.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver dally at 1 p. m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
-1 mi-weekly.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p. ni. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
18,000 (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,500
H. Po*.. I EMPRESS OF IRELAND i     TONS
Travel In 1 he same waj as your lot-
ii rs, !; ls the qulckes 1, safesl and
mosi economical. From St, John, Dec.
Isi and Dei. 15th. For particulars
apply lo
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R. AGENT.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hogs
TOR   SALE
5foung breeding Block of prize-winning animals. Come and see or write
or telephone.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Telephi ne .1 17."".
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-1
chased at $10 pier acre fi r soft coal,
and S.'o for anthracite. Not more,
than ^20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000,
pounds shall be collected on the gross i
output.
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining loca- j
tion.
A free miner's cernncate 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 1
mineral  in place, may  locate  *  claim
1500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the |
same   with   two  legal   posts,   bearing
location notices,  one   at  each   end  of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles j
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every ad-
ditional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $3.
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 al
$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  1(10 acres.
The   patent   for   a   mining   location
shall   provide   for   the   payment   of   a
Royalty of 2'/i per cent, of the  sales 1
of the products of the location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the   N.  W.  T., excepting  the  Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 fect square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims arc cither
bar or bench, the former being too
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. Thc latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
I to the base of thc hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo fect. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in thc Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting thc 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 confined to the
-ubmerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer  mining in the YuVoi
ritory- Creek,  gulch, river ������
-laims  shall  not exceed 250 ii]
length, mea un ! on the base]
general   dire ti n  of the   crnl
gulch, the width being from
2000  feet.     All  other placet
-ball be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by t-.vo|
posts, one at each end, bearL
tices. Entry must be obtaineH
ten days if tbe claim is wita
miles of the mining recorder's fl
One extra day allowed foreatil
tional ten mile- or fraction,    f
The person or company sua
claim must hold a free miner,
tificate.
The discoverer of a ne��
entitled to a claim of iooo f
length, aand if the ; arty : _
two, 1500 feet altogether,'.!!.]
put on which no royalty sl:
charged the rest of the pa::;
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty atj
of two and one-half per cent
value of the gold shipped In
ject to the rights of all persoi
have, or who may receive en
bar diggings or bench claim",
on the Saskatchewan River,
the lessee can dredge to bigs-
mark on each alternative leasi!
The  lessee  shall have a 4
operation within one season!
date of the lea-e for each h
but where a person or conipaj
obtained   more   than   one let
dredge for each fifteen mile*(
tion thereof is sufficient.   R��i
per annum for   each   mile 1
leased.     Royalty at the rate
and a half per cent, collected
output after it exceeds S'O.oa
Dredging in the Yukon Te:
Six leases of five miles each
granted to a free miner for *"
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined
submerged bar or bars in *
below low water mark, that
dary to be fixed by its position
ist day of August in the y��i
date of the lease,
Tbe lessee shall have one
in operation within two yei'i
the date of the lease, and o��
for each five miles within B
from such date. Rental Sioo
Yukon Territory to be pai��
comptroller.
No free miner shall rfH"
of more than one mining"
each separate river, creek
but the same miner may
number of claim- by purcM
free miners may work tt��
in partnership by filing n01
paying fee of $2 A claim
abandoned and another W
the same ueek, gulch or'
giving notice and paying"
Work must bi done ���'���',
each vear to the value of at n
A  certificate  ll H *ork J
abandoned, anad ��� : ': '
and entry by a free miner
Berths on their sleepers *��
higher and widei than �� J
On   any   other   line,       ��c-
their trains by the Block Wl
The boundaries of * ��
defined absolutely by hav >, fl
made   and   publishing BOW
Yukon  Official  Gazette,
Petroleum    All   aWPflS
minion Lands in M����'��53f
west Territories and ��"'^1
Territory, arc open to f��ot
petroleum,  and  ^.""f ��
serve   for   an    lvldU*L la��|
having machinery "".���,,
prospected, an area
such  period  as he ��    J
length of which1 shall not   i
times the breadth.   SJF >J
pector  discover oil   �� * gg
lilies, and satisfactory ^ J
discovery, an area not     .���
acres, inckuding llic, (''t ,1. fl
sold to the prospector a dtf|
$1 an acre, and the r m    J
namely.    J
tract
wi
reservee.
be sold at the rate
of!
.u'bieot to royalty atjue   J
be specified by Order J c0l
Deputy of the MinW{f ��'
terior.
Dept. Interior.
11 Ly. NOV. 20, 1306.
THI;   DAILY   NEWS
Mouses For
THE INDISPENSABLE MAN.*  ���
THE YELLOW PERIL.
. on 6th Avenue,
onlv $1100 cash.
rey house, corner of Sixth
td Eighth ..venue, 6 rooms,
jinwey, all papered inside an I
t���ll size !<'������ 66 " 1:!-' fl00rs
[with now uib 1Mb.   Price $950.
��� on Brantford street, rents $15
',.;,'Will sell for $1,500. Terms
L, balance easy,
(Dd a half lots, Sapperton, just
jnblastreel and Brunette, only
.,-,,,,,.. ���,, be arranged.
��en Fifth and Sixth  avenues,
Iventh street, eight rooms, all
jtable and chicken hous*., full
two   storeys, $l,'in�� cash,
10   r ns,   !'_    lots,   near
(avenue  and   Seventh   Btreet,
ifgrn  , an   e arranged.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
Don't Miss
8-roomed House,all modern improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth St.
and Agnes, $5000, one-
half cash. A comfortable
home and good family residence.
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 rooms,
bath, sewer connections,
all modern improvements,
splendid locality, $2800.
Terms arranged.
Two-storey house, stable, chicken
house, two full sized lots, all modern
Improvements, Third street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, $2,250,
.1,5 I I cash: goo I snap.
Ho . ��������� on Roy al and Eighth stn it,
��� v, i storey s, seven rooms, full size I
lot,  $2,000.
House and full sized lot, f> rooms,
on Princess street, near Sixth avenue,
Rood garden, fruit trees, only $950.
Eight-roomed house, all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon streel and
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
stop -. seven rooms; a real snap at
$2 300,
Coi ner of Sixth si reel an i Fourth
i .i oue, hou ���" an i se. en I il i, ��������� ��� I
fruit trees, etc., $3,100, li ilf ������ t
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
, Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, S
| rooms, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sixth
' street, one block from post office,
, rents at $-'�� per nion'h, or for sale at
$4,500.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street.
| near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
House and full sized lot, corner of
Twelfth street, and Fourth avenue,
$800,  1 %  storeys.
House, eight rooms, on Si. Qeorge
street, corner Fourth, $2,500; easy
terms.
WITH THE MARCH OF TIME
===These Lots==���
will become most valuable. As New Westminster and Vancouver
grow this property, now For Sale, will be quadrupled in value.
Near the Westminster - Vancouver  Interurban  Railway.
Subdivisions 36, 38 to 41, 43 to 69, 73 to 84, 90 to 92,
94 to 96, Lot 11,-49 in all, 60x120 feet per lot.
For Sale in blocks of 10 lots, for only -      -     $300
Farms For Sale -
��� -������*
itors,   Investigate
icres water front, 660
Fraser River, 800 ft.
ttnette, just above the
" .ton*, Sapperton.
110,000. $2000 cash,
" per cent. The on-
ter front on the mar-
pis side of the river
the city limits.
[liare   miles,   j.1
I" cash.  ,. mce easy,
["���-', Majili  Rl Ige, Sections 28,
i   '. one-half pral-
I' ome small trees,
[' '       -, $-15 per acre; Sec-
���60
Section 28, $55
hone  at   Hammond;
Pitt  River Bridge.
d mce one and two
I' Exclusive agency,
f Ranch, Nlckomelcl,
��� when built, 20 acres
���'.-  $3,000, half cash,
i
P I farm land in  Dt Ita,
river, near Scotl
'* a rea! goo 1 buy,
10% acres, Burnaby Lake, $100 per
acre.
20 acre blocks, frull land.-, near
Junction, $20 per acre,
S i  ier is, i ne mile 11 om Abbotsford, \
10 acres cleared, good  soil, 220 fruit i
trees, price $1,400, half cash, halance i
in three equal payments al reasonable
Interest.. Applj  to D  Fraser, Abbotsford.
10 a ���:������ . ne ir .can e, $7 per acre;
see ' - "' ii  :' illi r      rth ulars.
;" i   .  ....  I;,.- rovei    ind, lull llnss
.. I sheds compleh , neai  Cl iver lale;
all under cultivation. $15,000.    If you
can   handle   this, don't   delay;   it's a
largain; terms can be arranged,
I ��� , -a--, 100 aci es pi airle, 38 acres
high land, four-roomed house, barn,
chicken house, all fenced, next to the
Hampton dairy fairm. J!- miles from
Hani:: ond, $40 : er a< re. D n't miss
this,
160 acres, township  11, section
two i lies from Fori Langley; 5 ac
.1 isli   :. $1,000, one-third i ash
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, 3 in all, stable
8 cows and 2 span horses,
near Mission station,
schools, churches near at
hand, steamer lands twice
a clay.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.
160 acres, all; fenced,
ready for cultivation, good
water, half - mile trom
school, all ready for cultivation, at Chilliwack, $75
per acre.
1G0      ��� -. Langlfy, 2. under cultiva-      100 acrea In Sur.ay, near Br iw n &
t!on;   '  use,   barnj,  sheds,  etc, all  In i  milliard's ranch, $7 per acre;  good
good   repair;   a   snap   n   $3,000,  half terms;   frull   lands;   see  us for   par-
, ish th ulars,
SO acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, In Surrey; good house, ti acres
cleared; only $1,000, easy terms,
135 acres, one mile from Huntingdon, B.C., 70 acres In grass, 1. acres
drained and fenced; house and barn
cost $2,500; good road along oue side;
price $50 per acre, half cash, balance
in suit purchaser at (i per cent Reason for selling, the owner's wife is in
had health, and has to go to a cold
climate. Apply to 1). Fraser, at Abbotsford.
160 acres. N.E. *t section 19, township 10, Langley; small house, :;u
acres cleared. Umber valued $750,
Price $1,500. one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent.
16S acres, Coquitlam, 10 acre.- cleared, near  Black's ranch, $2,000.
s and 10 acre blocks in Surrej. thr ' '
miles from the river, $10 per acre.
160   acres,   sect;,in   25,   township   16,
j'm miles from  Abbotsford;   50 acres
alder bottom, $1,200. half ca .h,
cQuarrie & Co.9 Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Aa Brent Tim. Stored Him lo Take a
Trip   to   Itanipr.
He was one of those men who believe
that if they let up for a moment tbe
whole world will go to smash. Especially was this go about his own business. When lii_ wife wanted bim to
go to Europe for a rest be said:
"Impossible to get away from the
office. Why, jf i were to stay away
���li weeks there's uo telling what
would happen. No, I must be there all
tbe time."
So they didn't go to Europe. Instead he got sick, good and sick, too.
tbe kind of sick that kept him on his
back for nearly a month and didn't let
him get hack to bin desk for still another week.
The day came for his return to harness, and be plunged for tbe offlce.
All the way downtown his mind danced witb the visions of the wreck of
business that would greet bim. He
expected to timi the stuff demoralized,
the business gone to pieces, the cobwebs thick on the order books and an
air of gloom hanging over all which
could be dispelled only by his triumphal entrance, He fancied himself
picking tbe business out of the mire
uml putting it on its feet again.
But did In.?    Not quite.
He entered the office. The lx.y was
there and looked up at him as though
wondering if the boss were not a lit
tie hit late. The cat rubbed against
him as she always did. llis desk was
| opened ns usual, and on it was uo pile
of mail, the accumulation of nil these
weeks. The clerks were ut their places
a.s usual. In fact, nothing was apparent of the awful disaster that he had
expected; hardly any one seemed t i
know that he had been away.
He stopped for a moment, breathless,
and then managed to call one of his
men to bim and ask about something.
The man began to tell him what had
been going on. They bad been transacting business just as though he
had been there���answering mail, filling orders, taking reports from travel-
t Ing men and sending them out again���
in short, the little particular world of
his business had gone ou just as
though he hgd been there nil the time.
He heaved a sigh���a sigh of humility. In fifteen minutes he hud telephoned his wife to make plans for a
European trip, and that he would accompany her. Thus do matters make
us see how s'.tr.ll we are.���New York
World.
the wi::jow curtain.
Originally    it   Wni.   B*or   Ut   nn<l   Sol
For   Ornament.
The real purpose of Ihe window curtain is to regulate the amount of light
admitted to tlie room and a curtain so
arranged that it cannot be drawn backward and forward at will is but a
meaningless accessory. It was not
until ihe beginning of the century that
curtains were used without regard to
their practical purpose.
The window hangings of the middle
ages and of the renaissance simply
were straight pieces of cloth or tapestry hung across the window without
any attempt at drapery and regarded
not us part of the decorating of tbe
room, but as a necessary protection
against drafts.
It probably is for this reason thnt In i
old prints und pictures representing the
rooms of wealthy  people curtains are
so seldom seen.    The better tlie house
the  less need  there  was for curtains. |
In the engravings of Abraham Bosse,'
which  sn   faithfully   represent   the   Interior   decoration   of   every   class   of
French house during the reign of Louis
XIII..   it   wil!   he  noticed  thut   in   the
richest apartments  there  nre  no win
dow curtains.    In all the finest rooms ;
of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries the inside shutters and enibra-
SUreS of the windows  were decorated
with   a   care   which   proves   that   they
were nut meant to be concealed by curtains.   In fact, it  would be more dltH
cult tn cite a room of any  importance I
111 whieh lhe windows were nut . o treat
ed than to enumerate examples of what
really   was   a   universal   custom   until ]
the   beginning  of  the   nineteenth   ecu- ,
tury.
It is known, of course, that curtains
were used in former times prints, pic.
ture. and inventories alike prove the
fact���bui the care expen le I In th.
decorative treatmenl of windows
makes it plain thai the eiii-tain. like the
portiere, was regarded as a necessary
evil rather than as purl of the genera!
scheme of decoration, Tbe mengoruoss
and simplicity of ih ��� curtain In old
pictures prove thai Ihey were used
merely as window shades or sun blinds,
-Philadelphia  Ledger.
Hav.   Inpr-mai >   , .   the < hineae Mar
.   ,,_,,.-     tO     |'.M,
Will the Chinese some day beeoma
the ruling nation of the earth? George
Borrow, tbe English philologist, traveler and author, used to say thut they
would. Nearly fifty years ago, when
lie was studying their language, Ue
maintained that there was among
them the finest natural lighting material on the face of the earth.
He Instanced In proof of bis assertion their prowess In stoue throwing,
tbe most primitive form of marksman
ship. An ordinary I'hlnumaii, be said,
eoui.J throw a stone weighing half a
pound or more a distance of VZO yard..
wlth sure aim and deadly effect. So
described a stone fight between some
English bluejackets aud un equal number of Chinamen In which the former
were most Ignominlously routed, many
of them very badly hurt.
But It was not through their murtl.il
prowess that he predicted the supreni
aey of the Chinese. He said It would
come about In another way. As western civilization became more luxurious
and enervated and manual labor fell
Into contempt tbe Chinese would gradually supply ull the workers in civilized countries���miners, farm laborer-;.
factory bunds, laundrymen, cooks, domestic servants would all eventually
be Celestials. Then some day tbey
would rise suddenly, cut the throats i t
their masters ami l>ecomo absolute
rulers of the destinies of tbe world.���
Chicago News.
THE FRENCH  MEAL.
It*   Greater.   Charm   In   the   Cheer.nt
Table  Talk.
After all. excellent as are the dlahe.
und the order and manner of their service, the table talk Is perhaps the chief
glory of the French moul.
It i.s no unusual thing to hear our
countrymen and countrywomen, especially our countrywomen, refer to eat-
Ingjuj a. noC3ssary evil, like the prescribed dosa of noisome medicine; as
an altogether bothersome business to
be disposed of us quickly us possible,
with an air that is sour, aggressive,
disgusted, languid, patronizing, dreamful, whining or discouraged, according
as jt springs from dyspepsia, puritau-
Ism, interrupted hustling anaemia, affectation, esoteric philosophy, disappointment In love, or honest weariness
with a bard and monotonous dally
round.
Such a sentiment would scarcely be
uttered in France, where the attitude
toward tlie table Is universally cordial
and respectful, and It could not be
token seriously if It were.
The French writer wbo said, "The
table Is the sole place where one ls
never bored during the first hour,"
voiced perfectly a national feeling.���
Smart Set.
When   Ihe  Earth Was Top  Shaped.
After people dropped the old fiish-
loued Idea that tlie'earth was as flat
ns a pancake they did not Immediately
grasp the globe or sphericnl idea as it
is applied to worlds. The people of the
time of Columbus believed that Ih ���
eurth wns a body shaped like a top
or cone, the surface rising from the
north to the south. There are several
letters written hy Columbus nud still
iu existence which go to prove that
such wns his conception of the shape
of the earth. The lop sbni>ed idea of
tbe earth seems to have originated
with one John BlauVls about 147!) and
to have Immediately become very popular.
The Pre** Ganga.
Desperate menus were sometimes ra
sorted to in order to get men for British warships. A chronicler writes that
In the year 173S, "a licet of ships being
required Immediately to be manned,
the press gangs placed a live turkey en
the top of the monument, which, drawing together a great number of id:,'
people, they had the opportunity of so
leeting as ninny men as answered the
purpose of theii- Intended scheme."
The scene s,, enraged a citizen thai lie
(Ired a shot at Ilie bird, "which oee.l
Bloned it to fly away." But the mischief had beeu done.
An   Odd   V.gonie:...
Here is u knotty problem suggest!
by Sir Henry Boscoe ia his nui 'bi igr
phy. Two men argued as lo whet'a
oil or waler wen- the lig'ater.   The Rr
man   < len led   thai   the  oil   must   I
lighter, ns  ii  11 ont8 upon  waler.    Ac
then   lhe   uuscicntlflc   in:i:i   trlun |)h
with the argument Hint oil must be t!
heavier   bee;.use   It    keeps   the    wnl
down.
n
IMESEBBEJQEBEl
m HAVE WET FEET? I GIILETTE
"1 Tenders for Debentures
Witert  you   can   get  fitted
Absolutely Damp-proof Boo
SAFETY
Ill |
/Boot-store
!ckBoot for Men, from
��|ck Boot for Boys, at..
!_-.]_     *!-_ _. *���
���Dick Boot for Youths
s
 $4 up
 $2.75
 $2.00
rae are V|1,.y suil.lMii f     flne      j lm,,ijum wear;   the boys' are
indestructible.
;,.,."'";. ���'''���"' we specially recommend the Glencaim Brand; they
loT>g wearing.    Waterproof qualities  fcr men  from
*'"' "P.   Youths' $2.00.   Bovs' $2.75.
ONLY    AT	
, OU Country BOOT-STORE
t^LUMBlA ST. J. St��w.rt, Prop.
RAZORS
S5.00 EACH.
CURTIS' mm
SPECTACLES   A   SPECIALTY.
ins
BLACKSMITHING.
Z2sir\
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
lug business of R. H. Benson, 1 will
i���, ; leased io see all his old customers as well as new ones. Horseshoe-
inj a specialty.
H, M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
SEALED TENDERS will he received bj the undersigned up to the rath
day ot November, 1906, for the pur-
i li. e of debentures of the Fourth
streel sewer, City of Xew Westminster, B.C., amounting to twenty thousand dollars Ij2il.iillil.mil, and hearing
Interesl al the rate of Ave per cent.
por annum, payable half-yearly, the
principal and interest being pa; aide
at the office of the Hank of Montreal
in New Westminster, B.C.
The tenderer must state the nei
price he will pay here.
The Corporation does not hind Itself
lo accept  any tender.
V  A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citj Hall, Xew Westminster, B.C.,
November 11. 130G.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
i iinsiii. by  the Penny-forth.
It may nol bo generally known Hut
a pennyworth of British cousols can
be purchased, Consols are uol liki
shares, which ure Invariably of a certain denomination- tl, E5, tm, ami so
on���but eun be divided up to any ex
tent. It consequently happens that
very small amounts of this lordly stock
lire bought to make up round sums, but
no one eun be registered at the Bank
of England us a holder unless he bus
acquired enough to bring him lu four-
pence a year In dividends, und less
than Cl will purchase d sufficient
amounl for that purpose. ���London
Saturday Review.
Libeled  London,
When the most has been snld against
London smoke und London fog, against
lhe dirt laden atmosphere nnd the noise
und worry of the metropolis, It Is still
true that there ure healthy- people In
the capital. London bus not perhaps
deserved all the hard things thnt have
been snid of it.���London Country Gentleman.
A Speelei,
"Mrs. Kwlvvery is one of those anticipatory people, nnd I simply can't
carry on a conversation with her without gel ting so nervous I feel ns though
I should fly to pieces," snys tbe lady
with the Jm le brooch.
"Anticipatory?" nsks the lady without any long gloves.    "How I.s that?"
"She listens faster than you talk to
her."���Life.
(.nallHed,
Baron���You have called to secure the
position of porter'.' Applicant���Yes, sir.
Baron - Was there not some one In the
anteroom us you came in? Applicant-
There wns, sir. There was u mun with
i bill against you, Herr Huron, but I
threw hlm out���Fllegende Blatter.
Life,  it  Is  thanks  to death that I
hold thee so dear.���Seneca,
It*   Purport.
"What does thnt expert witness' evl- ,
deuce go to show?" Inquired the mnn
who   wns   trying  to   understand   the
trial.
"It goes to show which side hns paid
him n retainer," answered the lawyer.
���Washington star. /
Spend as much time as you can, with t
body nnd with spirit, In God's out of
doors.���Vandyke.
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CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,   jNew Toilet Sets.        Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived; it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
so.��s* lEconomyI A KlDDUn
_,__     v..,.. urmstminster." ____> "     T
COKE
$4.oo
Matter
dress.-.   "Socu
Box 4U_, New Westminster,
.Miss M. Robertson, who has been
iliving in the west for the past throe
1 years, left for her borne in Brandon.
! Man., yesterday afternoon. She has
j returned borne on account of the eeri- ;
;ous illness of her father, James Rob-1
'��� ertson, of Brandon.
Dr. and Mr*. W. V. Davies and family have removed to Chilliwack, where
they will make their home in future.
Mrs. Scott aud family, of l.adne-,
who are well known in this city, have
removed from Ladner to Esquimalt
for the winter months.
Mrs. ,1. A. Patterson, who has heen
I visiting   her   sister.   Mrs.  T.   .1.   Arm-
; strong, of ibis city, for a shorl time,
has returned home to Dunleith.
Miss Kirkland has returned home to
the Delia, after spending a short season in the city.
a
Arthur Foulds, a Manitoba agriculturist, arrived in the city yesterday
and is looking into the Ii. C. ranching
problem. If he is satisfied thai ihe
move would he a profitable one. he is
prepared to sell his Manitoba farm
.uml cast in his lot with the wesi. He
lefl to-day for Chilliwack.
HtWMMM
Gem
SARGENT'S
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes t h e
housekeeper's time
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
if it were not for the (.em.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread,
crackers, etc. It i!oes not mash,
squeeze, 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.
'���� have tht pret
I'orjJ
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ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
GOOD TIMES DUE
TO BUMPER CROPS
European  Commercial   Man   Disagrees
With  Assertion that   Protection
Makes   Prosperity.
Telephone    150.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Important County Court Case.
Henderson vs. Ootid;.��� The Hon. .Y.
Norman Bole has handed down the
following judgment in this case:
The plaintiff sues for 47 wages as a
farm laborer at 2.7a per day. After a
summary of the evidence, which want
of space compels us to emit, the learned judge proceeds:
In the first place I think and do find | report a good bag
that   the hiring  was not for the  hay |
ing season,  but   as an  ordinary  day i
laborer.    I  also find that part
A few evenings ago a large number
of the friends of Mr. .lohn Hopcott
mei at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. day
McClusky, of Crescent, to welcome trial
him and his bride. The young couple
were united in Vancouver by Rev. ,1.
A. Banton, formerly of Ladner. The
evening was pleasantly spent in various amusements.
C. M. Averil, of this city, will short
ly assume the management of th'
Delia creamery, which recently wer
inio liquidation.
Vienna. N'ov. IH.���At the meeting to-
f  the   Central   European   Indus-
league. Dr,  Julius Wolf,  its  organizer, opposed the contention of the
Republican party that the prosperity
now   prevailing  in  the   United   Slates
was due to the high tariff, maintaining
that the cause was rather to be found
he five years of good harvests, and
W/E heard a lady say the other day tha
W    est and largest line of Ribbons in tow       [),,  ,
her until you investigate personally. e"��
The following are good for Fancy Work and oth
purposes:
PLAIN SILK AND SATIN BABY RIBBONS, all widths I
selection for Xmas fancy work.  Prices, 2 yds. for\ .
10c, 50c doz., 5c per yd.   A Special Roll 10 yds. for 15C
FANCY BABY RIBBONS in Dresden patterns and hoi'
signs-50c doz., 5c per yd., 8c and 10c per yd.
PLAID RIBBONS, all widths from 1-2 in, to 8 in. A
range of prices in these beautiful Ribbon novelties
15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c to $1 per yd. *
DRESDEN RIBBONS. In all the large fashion centers A
Dresden Ribbons are used almost exclusively for anv
pose for which wide ribbons are used.   We show a"
range of these new Ribbons, all widths.   Prices 10c
25c, 35c, 50c to $1 per yd.
A LEADER IN RIBBONS With lis is (lur Extra Value at 25c per
All   widths   frnm   I   inches   to  ii   inches,   in   .
colors,   at   this  popular  price.
W. S. COLLISTER& fl
in
Howard Welsh and Alex. Turnbull
have returned home after a few days
shooting in the Delta district.    Thej
port a good b:
The  ladies  cd'  St
of the I Episcopal   church   were   kept   pretty
increased industrial production, Fe
urged further that the United Stales
wa.s the chief gainer by German, liritish and Canadian commercial COI-
diets. Speaking of the efforts of the
l'nited States to en-ate an "economic
pan-American," Mr. Wolf declared tin-
Canada and South America now offered great possibilities for commer-
Paul's Reformed c.j;ll developments, and said the Interests of Ureal Britain to keep the mar
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.  - ��� - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
wages were to be paid for in hay at
the market price, and delivered to
plaintiff, his residence being well
known to the defendant, and it is not
denied that he never delivered it
either at the plaintiff's residence or
anywhere else for plaintiff, and de-
fandant's letter of Aug. 10 seems to
me to entirely displace defendant's
plea that there was a contract, for tbe
| entire haying season, as defendant
ihere announces his readiness to deliver the hay. Why he did not do so
I fail to understand. I 11.ink the case
I Of Forsyth vs. GarviS (18, R. R. 8u4)
is in point. There it was held by Lord
Ellenborough that where the .-tijiu-
lated price of a gun was forty-five
i guineas, to be paid for by taking in
part payment another gun valued at
thirty guineas and fifteen guineas i.i
cash, and defendant failed to deliver
the gun, the plaintiff was entitled to
recover the stipulated price of forty-
five guineas in money. 1 think judg
menl must go for plaintiff for the
amount claimed, less ,_ for hay delivered, wilh costs, ,1. Hampton Bole
for the plaintiff; W. ,1. Whiteside for
the defendant.
busy from 5 to 8 o'clock last evening  ktts of South America were identical
in connection with their annual din
ner. The Sunday school of the church Hungary,
was tastefully decorated for the occasion, and the tables were prettily arranged. The menu was all that could
be desired, both from the standpoint
of quantity and quality. A bevy of
young ladies waited on the tables and
were attentive to the wants of all.
The event will long be remembered
with pleasure by the members of the
congregation and their guests.
with those of Germany,  Austria   and
LADIES!
NEW LOT OF
Wood to Burn
Packers Pay  Dividends.
Eighty-seven thousand five hundrei
dollars,  being the amount  of a  7  pe-
cent
Death of Senator Vidal.
News has heen received by .1. ll.
Vidal. of this city, of the death of his
father, Senator Vidal. at his home at
Sarnia. Out. The senator has been in
very poor health for over a year, and
had reached the advanced age of 87.
He was one of the best known men in
the east, and his father, Capt. R. E.
Vidal, R.N'.. was the pioneer resident
of Sarnia. The deceased senator followed his profession as a land surveyor   f' .   many   years,   and  tor   ten
years  ns  engaged  in  laying out  the
lividend on $1,250,000 preferred townshii.s   and    mineral    claims   sur-
stock  In  the  British  Columbia  Pack- rounding  Georgian   Bay.   He entered
ers' association, was to-day forward'"! the   political   arena   in   the  year  1861,
to Toronto  for distribution   there  by and eventually was advanced to a seat
the Toronto  Safe  Deposit  &  Agency in the senate  In  the year  1873.    On
Co., which acts as   transfer agent for Dec.   8,   1847,   he   married   Catherine
the British Columbia Packers' assocl.i- Louisa,   daughter   of   Capt.    W.    E.
tion.    The dividend  will   lie  paid   out
to holders of preferred stock in cheque
form, and  about  $10,000 of the   total
will find its way back to shareholder-;
in   Vancouver.    The major portion nf
the preferred .stock is held in the eas'.
Arrives  Out. This dividend was declared at a meet-
Hong Kong, N'ov.  19.���The Empress I ing of directors held on Sept. 13, and   era! I!. 11.  Vidal
of Japan, from Vancouver, arrived at   is payable to-day.    It covers one year
Hong Kong at 8 a.m.. Sunday, Nov. 18. | from N'ov. L'n. 1903, to N'ov. 20, 1904.
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Just Opened
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
A Satisfied Settler
DON'T WORRY
Wright, K.N"., by whom he had seven
children. The two daughters, Mrs. T.
w. Nesblt, of Sarnia, and Mrs. i). i:
Gardner, of Ottawa, and the iwo
younger sons, j, h. Vidal, of ihis citv,
and ll. P. Vidal, of Philadelphia, Pa.,
survive. His cousins, Adjutant-Gen-
Of Ottawa,  ami   Mrs
Polngdestre, of this city, ami numerous grandchildren and great-grandchildren, are in Canada, hut verj few
of hi-' other relatives or contemporaries, either here or iii ihe n]i| land,
have outlived him.
:-: Ahout the Coming Elections :
(lien  Valley, B.C.,
Nov. 13, 190C.
Deai Sirs,���Mr, A. called to-day and
received  from  me one of the copies of
land  agreements, signed   and  witness-1"Jj
eii  as requested, and  expressed  him- A
self  well  satisfied   with   same.    I also   ft
'���'
beg to acknowledge  receipt  of your  V
cheque, which in Ihe meantime closes   J
all business between us.   I am obliged
io you tor  Uu-  satisfactory   way   in
which 'lie business lias been carried
through, and hope to he able to recommend  other land  seekers to visit
you during the coming summer.
Vours faithfully,
I Signed i      ERNEST .1. WARNE.
The above letter is a sample of the
many  (not  solicited)   we receive from
i ji   clients,    They   speak    for   theni-
reives.
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WHITE & SHILES
20(1 Columbia St., Now Westminster
Phone 85.
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THE FUTURE OF NEW WESTMINSTER
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Are YOU Donating to a Landlord ?
6-roomed Cottage and Lot 99x d��1 t\(\(\
132, near Bridge  ��pl,UUU
7-roomed House,  Queen's Ave.,    1 Cfiii
East End     l,OUU
8-roomed House, 4th Ave., near    o 1AA
(ith St., new and modern     L9i\j\3
7-roomed   House   on   Canarvon    1 QAA
Street      l,OUU
N. B.--VERY EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
F. J. HART & CO., !*L
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Religious Census.
\  meeting of the Ministerial asso
1 lation  wa-  hi ai ,.  tei !,..   forenoon
which a (omplete reporl was recelv
��� I from Ihe   a   ��� i mmli i e which wa
' ��� "*''!.-  ;-''i ointed  to conduct a thor
'      "tlVaSS  Ol   the Cltj   and   secure .
mi ensu o| the n sidents, Tin
varloui reports iho ��� i the followlnt
number of families lo he connected
wilh tin- variou   city churches:
Methodlsl	
Presbyterians..
( hurch of  England.,
Baptl t	
Itefor ,|   Episcopal.
Salvation Army  ..
Lutheran  	
Plymouth Brethren
Latter  Hay   Saints   .... ���>
Protestants  .... ���
  K.
Christian    Science    .... I
The Roman Catholics recently took
a census on their own account, and
'"I""'1 129 Catholics in the citv
'���',|i'!' 217 were adults. The nu"
was embraced in 91 families.
The students in residence in Colum-
'"'"i   College  are   divided    ;,.s    follows-
Methodists,    39;    Presbyterians,    r,
* Church or England, 11; Congregation'
���''��� li Roman Catholic, i.
I" lh'' matter of a distressed fara.
"j which WilK broughl to ihe attention
the association some iin,,, ;|���(, ._
communication was received from lhe
reeve or Coquitlam, promising thai
'bey should  he cared  for.
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306
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92
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Selling Out $20,000 M
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served, W.
need the cash and you want the ,_:oods. This is a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. FALES,
10 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Hear Extension, FrontSW
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AN IDEAL COUNTRY H0��
..For Only $25 Per Acre
50 acres of  Meadow and 30 acres of Fine, High Land,
some good Cedar and Spruce.    Beautiful situation, and ci
veniently distant from Westminster Junction and Pitt Ri'fl
Exclusively For Sale by
Malins, Coulthard & Cj
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agent*
Columbia St., - - New Westminster I
I FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for Light HouscheepiE\
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* Electric Railway Service
30  Minute   Service  ilurlM'
mainder ot day.   l'l
Leopold Fiace.
Sunday   Service  half-houi
tween s a.m. and n i1
Sapperton Line.
ice from ''-'1
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to 11 p
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line Service fniin
I'' I", a in. to  1 I   p ni.
20 Minute Service���.No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and !> and 7.
15  Minute  Serv
m. io  11  ; in--
1_   and   2,   air!
which  holll
half houi!...
Sunday  Service
twei n 8.30 .i in
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British Columbia Electric Ry. O
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Horse Cii
TT7E have a line of light andconipa*
POWER CLIPPERS of sp<
nf
mber
���tlybuilt
il durability, suitablewfor small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. ��111
clippers work easier, clip faster and take
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear long*
than any other on the market. We have"
STEWART  SHEEP  SHEARING  and
great labor saver.     Call and   sec  them
at
T. J.  TRAPP
Limited

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