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 9<wlg 3Je
NOV 19 1906
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_ Fy  WESTMINSTER, B. C.. SATTTRna v MORNING, NOVEMBER 1:71900.
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10 CENTS PER WEEK
/PLUME 1, NUMBER 216
P. R. RELA TES     ;      mm workmen away   Icommittee favors      marognft. pphpTIp
HARD-LUCK SEORY     m ?m R���       institute mm        UUIVtD PEOPLE
the Manner  in Which   Its  Youthful   Innocence  Was
Imposed Upon by the Bad Government and
the Naughty Allans.
Horny Handed Sons of Toil Rec_e_.. h   ..
., Keq_e_te.   Queen's Avenue  Methodists Decide to
Not to Trespass on Kaien
Island.
Assist Columbian College in Arranging for  Gymnasium.
In.'-' :
I
^^^^^^     _____________________________________________J.  ''''   V"';'    ____________________________________
-��� Ban) has the following as to the fe-
Th,  lacs about could secure th,   consent ol the gov  * '��� l     !' [)". I'T��� KM'" '8'
. Pents for the trans-  ernment.   The.   failed  to do so   and  . ' sovernment
-��>'^������ i.;.,:," ;:.^,;;������:,:::.i,,:'"M,r,^ht'"'��'��-
der to observe the tern.- of Its agree
At   a   meeting   of   the   committee
which was recently appointed to look
into the college gymnasium scheme,
and which met hist night, it was decided to organize a Young Men's ins-i
NOT YET RESCUED
Alarming Reports of Damage by Floods  in Washington
Describe Pitiable Plight of Forty Isolated Persons    Flood Limit Reached.
pro-
si ri i
I with t!i
lhi    ��� ������ :
nt entered into a con-   ment   with the Allan line, was~com-i workine m    "���'��� ,w     ' ^   '"'  lbe  !i':''  in  connection  with  the Queens
tO* line for the car.   pelled  to ace,,,  the situation.    As ,   fact, he  Is not wLteTTere"
SubsequenUy   consequence during   the presenl   win   Grand Trunk Pacific officia
avenue Methodist church and tbe col-
^^^^^^^^^^_l^^^^^^^^^^^^-  1(,**e  gymnasium.
Canadian Pacific put its two  tor seasorith.   Em resses win sto, In   ���-   ���   statements made unia. ,,. ,,'   arrived al  after a careful consider,
ervlce, the.   be-   Halifax harbom to rece ve and delivei   I   J   ilieke     , ���i���, '
the mail- ,   ���    '.    ' * '' ploneer steamboatmin tion of the matter from all IU aspects
tm.    . ' " Stikine riv.-r and other north-1
n"^ ": course, w��   di :. , them, and  - rn waters
!" thal exten<  ri istrate the efforts of     "Because ,��� ���,      ���
the Canadian Pacific to establish a by Mr JM r ���i f PU 1"!,"���,
service equal :,, thai between New p anent ,o l ? * * ^"^
y��rh and ^"')ool sav,- for this Prnce RunitTam TT" "
������ Halifax on their outward and wan, work ngmen nm n "J" '"
TT 7"-' '^ ^presses w,l,|,his els noi . y^sa* Tn"
confine themselves to St. John, the key to-dav as hp il i , . ?
Winterpor' "f ;!'" Canadian Pacific tora "a , , * , ^ *Z^
Passengers and freight being shipped th, last ri^oftt steame r7 ��"
and landed there, while the C. P. R   and 1 kn 110S"n
| -ef i^^^^^^^^^^
pan.', to thi    i rangement, un-
....   ���      .. a li   wiih the Al-
u.racto.s,    i;  was
undi:-' - I ' . ''���>' parties to this
)..!,��� lng    the winter
ol   Britain  and
in -- ������: Ireland would run be-
I .... I i a.i St. John, receiv-
hi a. .. |n| the mails at tho
port Wen it not for this unfading, ��� I anadian Pacific
| not have participated in the
- . 1.1 ,!' these vessels are
|i.|it on tin- Atlantic route, they
lervi ��� achi d by the Cana-
clflc railway lines. However,
al Influence al  Halifax was ap-
sufflclent to induce tbe gov-
und< : a technical clause of
I'ginal agreement   between   the
'The object  of  the   proposed  outside
| association   is   to  aid   ilie   college   in
securing the necesary  funds  for the
projected   building  ani  equipmen!  in
return  for certain  membership privi-   Rock, hundreds of persons have been
leges    it was considered by the com-   ''"' l! homeless and man) families
.,       ..     . . ,, , _   are In  want, as they saved but  little
mute., that this object could be more i
expeditiously  achieved  hy  the aid of i
Portland, Ore., Nov. 16.���News frnm   of  their  effects  are are without
tin   flood-swept  valleys of Washington   visions.
The report received here last  nighl
to-da.  shews no Improvement of con-
that  the fortv who were milnMined on
dltions.     Telegraphic  communication   ;m jsl.)ml ,u tne juncture 0, the Cow.
is Interrupted, and only one important |jtz ,,���,] the Columbia rivers, had been
point, Ki'lso, can be communicated rescued by t.he steamer lliinen. sent
With by telephone.    The Cowlitz river   from  Portland for the purpose, proves
untrue. The Burton was unable to
approach the inland on account of lhe
powerful rush of the water and the
presence of logs and drift. The steam-
ei Sarah Dixon lias gone to the scene,
ar.d will attempt the rescue. Owing
to the fact that the Cowlitz has about
ie.ii lied the limits of the flood, il i.s
believed that  they will he saved.
is .-'.ill carrying houses, barns, logs
and other drift down the flood
Bridges inue been washed oul and
others are in peril. The cresi of the
flood, however, seems to have reached
Kelso.     Between    Kelso    an I    Castl"
ow from something that took
,,,., ,.,,..  '   ""io  soi a.' ii nir lhal   inui-     """   mc   ioni-f_e
;:;:;;.."::::',::;::���?*"������ '-��:��� s-.���.�� ��� �����-;�� ��-.*.- -��
an organization more closely in touch
with the college than a regular Y.M.
y be.
ial mails to and  from  China, will also   lhal   there  is no emnlovmeni  f
mil _���__    O.       I   i ��� . v.   ��o   u\j  cujjij<)\ hum      io ���   nien
make   St.  John   its   winter   terminal, there,
While beyond doubt the arrangement     Three or foui men urn ���.    <���
is detrimental to the genera, interests ut  Prince Rape"   The    nl      T,
of the res, of the Dominion, the onlv off the   wharf   w, U<" e<'
.,,,,..,,,, . u"-        '    ult     tt'bHl     when     tl]t-v    W(J,.e    .,      ;  ������-    ...    i���c    iih.icoi.   vi    ims
e;:;:;j:s.sz's e:e: strsr etse : ; *i " - '""*"
, port   of call   and   thus  ralin.  ��,_!__,      lrunK pacific, and asked what   aimed   at   would    he   more   speedily
fe.-:]Jh!...^-\t0^   -al   Kuropean^r a^r1 W    mt^r;      ^ Zr "* T T�� 1^'   ^    S-   ^^  "   *
siaj   tneie   and   wanted ! young   men's   Institute.'
The matter was brought to a head
by the following resolution, moved by
E, H. Sands, seconded by P. \V. Maxwell:   "That  in   the   interesls  of  this
Em] ri    ��� -   must go from St.
work.    He
told   them   there  was no tion carried unanimously.
The resolu-
earlier than if they were carried to St
I     ��� ne.ive  the mails  John. ,v ,r,. _
I putting out  to  sea, and  must A Fnr>n_n. r���_ , 7,��* V U"' lhvn>- no accommoda-1 ��� . .
Halifax on the return trip to      Concord   NH    No     U-Z,       m "" ;,":' <",n,1 DOt remahl* aa E What   '*  Cost  Him.
itie mails,  before  proceeding cial vote for'go'verno!  a 'the vecZ\ Zl^VollZt   T "' " *" ^^   "^    S"'   16-Wllllam
iMn.   The   Canadian   Pacific  elecUon, announced to-day, shows   ha      om  ��f*^��� *
DE/1D BODY DRIFTS HAVE GOOD SPORT
DOWN FRASER RIVER! ON PITT MEADOWS
.  I 	
Current  Carries Away Corpse  of   L'n    Lieutenant-Governor    and    Party    Re-
known   Man   Before   it  Can I        turned  Yesterday  From Shoot-
Be   Secured.
ing   Trip.
ould derive Randolph Hearst, Independence league
3   au    idea    thai   and   Democratic  candidate  for gover-
., ,     , _  ".-��� ouwvro mai   iitnii   ine   liew'Sjiapt
'���'"      txmtract rather than   170  votes of a maioHtv" of��all  vnT  Lenrt �� *""' :" PHnCe   Rupert' and I nor,  to-day certified  lo the secretary I been carried out of sight by th	
"��� Passengers to   the  delay, j cast,  and  under the constitution   the  to be thrownTut6" '�� ^ ^ ^l? ^ '^ he.ha,i Spen, $256'370'22  ren1 ������ ��� att��npt could be mad,
(ve the Canadian   winter route   legislature   will  choo
Kngers seriously prejudiced by
in   promoting   his   canvas.    This  was
nl   Viihanie,    i      ,_!!  e!^  ^      "Hrim'1' ""' *n   wl" undoubtedly be: di vided   as     fulk.ws:      Independence!.,
_n_ i������, . r, Nathaniel   Jamleson,  Democratic,  a good place for work   as thn��. h���i i    le*,,,,..   .,u. .-���.,,     ,.     niu*-1)Pn,"?nc*   of Japs wbo were working in the vi
.ervlce        Unt    this   !>,_.  r,_,��,   v,i, v. ,-, woik,  as uiose Hold-   league.   .198.870.22'    Deinocra'ie   nt-itel    ���   .
  ..u .^-. J  JU*.     J<-��
lot bi don<   unless the Allans Islature will lit- strongly Republican.
urifflfli
TO VANQUISH DEATH
has not arrived yet."
Mr. Met'room, one of tbe civic em Lieut-Governor Dunsmuir and party,
ployes, reported to Chief Mclntosn | accompanied by His Worship Mayor
yesterday afternoon that he had seen . K<?ar-V-    ('iUW    in,��    Port    yesterday
,   ,   ,      .       aboard  his honor's private yacht, the
the  partially   decomposed   body of a .,      ��, ,, .       ,       ���
1 ��� ; Thistle, after spending a few days in
man floating down the Fraser river 8earch o�� game in the P)u Lake dlg.
while he was working near the Royal nict. The hunters had fair sport and
City   mills,   and   that   the   body   had   bagged quite a number of birds, which
were handed over to the chef. The
Thistle steamed out of port about 4.30
esterday afternoon, and conveyed the
visitors Victoriawards. River Pilot
Rogers escorted the party as far as
the mouth of the river.
' to remove it from the river.    A collide
1 penses, fCUO.
I ale  Rancher    Contracts   Blood
Pcison.ng Through Axe
Wound.
- ::-"i name I Thomas Have-
' :      ��� 1   in   iimning  a
;:'' ' :' ������   b ���  distrlcl for L.
���ily
f -*   - short time ago had the
������"*"        '; " ���' re ga.-h in his
Inches long and
1 ;;"    ���'��� '      Thi   young  man
The Weather.
Victoria, B.C., Nov ]<*.���Pressure
eonditions are verj Irregular and unsettled on the north Pacific slope; the
barometer Is high In the Yukon au I
on lhe California coast, and between
these two areas a depression of considerable extent Is w ntral on the Ore-
western Washbagion and Oregon and  with Ufe and aajon, the dash of ��ow-
lighl snow ai Dawson and on the Am
A   Novel   Exhibition.   . 	
An exhibition of a novel character, j were  unable  to state definitely  whe
ed Mr. Mcllrooni's attention to it.
The men who noticed the floating
.orpse were quite a distance away
from   lhe   grbesome    object,   and    65
An All American Play. i  y
in   "Arizona," an American play, by
American   author,   and   played   bv   in    which   our    handsome   "dugouts" I ther   thc   body   was   thai   of  a   while   the G.^R ..ne^n' T^.'eve^'
unerlcaa   players. Augustus   Thomas  should   be  represented,   is   projected  man or an Indian.   According to their  the   railway   comnninicallon   with   all
I  SlOrV      111*-,    I,. 1.1 V    t_>Q_    fl,,ntl,-,_-   __wn    ,1,,.  '   _   ..... ...
No Train  Last  Evening.
Owing to the wash-out that occurred
between   Stanwood   and   Sllvania,  on
. _,,.nu,i���u���uu     nun     ail
,,.,..      ���,. I story, the body was floating down the   points south has been interrupted, and
written what   critics   and   public   and ia to beheld in London next vear. j   . . ,      ,, -
"���1 ___.___���_-_-- | river at  a  rapid rate in the direction ihe  regular evening  train did  not  nr
This   exhibition   is   intended   to   illus-1   f ^^^    An  ,nve8tlgatlon ia MnK live at all last evening.   The difficulty
trate and demonstrate how the publlc made By the police, and it is likely of   transporting    passengers   at   the
throughout the world travel, the means | thai a Bearch for the body will be in- scene of the wash-out induced the of-
There  appears to  he  abso- flclals to cancel the train leaving Beat-
das
unanimously pronounced the
greatesl dramatic success that America has seen in a generation,   li teems
erlcan plateau lan Is In the eastern
provinces the pressure Is high in Al-
while working| oerta and Saskatchewan, and a storm
of great energ. Is centred at W'iuui
peg .Snowfall has been general in
the southern districts, being over 12
inches in Minnedosa.    Temperatures:
M e.i
''""'   ;-''I  was  removed
'   '  wpital.   where   he Vieloria   ..
P��l by Dr. Herald, who has Vancouver
I, assisted bj Dr. New   Westminst
I '��� '���   After watching Kamloops ..  ..
^^ .'-an operation was Barkerville..
drain was Inserted i ,,,, Simpson .
'   '��� :'"' Pus. The Atlln
'      �� gn��  rap- Dawson'.."
Isoning set in, Calgary
"pessary,    The SVinaipeg '..",.
���'���"   between Portland   ..
: "l according San Francisco..
-  in-:   man   is
0 '���   is   out   of
' ��� 'I connect-
���   famous
ire I so con-
1 mutiny.   He
nown in this
-'    numl
Max
4G
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Lower mainland
Koreea-:, SalurJu.
I:.i-terly or soutbi rl. winds, ch id
and cold, w II b - bowi i s to-daj i r S in
day.
oy frolics, the military duties, whik
:'u   atmosphere is-so subtle and  real
thai one ran almost catch the breath
of Lhe sage brush and cactus, and feel
tin.   sling  i I   lhe alkali   dUSl   in   one's
nostrils.    This   western   flavor   Is so
pungent    villi    local    color,  character
and force, tnal Lhe whole seems mor'
Hl-i? a bit nl nal life from the Araval-
.    pa valle    itself than the artistic creation  ol   ths   i la. �� : Ight's   brain.     An
essentlall.  human play, throbbing with
romance and sentiment, ihere Is withal a '. i: lie foroe in  "Arizona" that Imparts a  thrill  ������    i >'-..-   word and  ac-
:.. :i, wbile :be climaxes are surprises,
wrought   with  skill   tha,   disarms  ante scenery and dressing
nl the play .u'r nol only beautiful and
iressive,  hul  wonderfully compli: ���
 ccura '.'. n tc the minutest de
whih : *rb en -i  musters a
roll   of the   bes,   . rtists  on Ihe
,   erl   in   i agi      " .rizona"   will   be
seen a I I be i   ei a lm i ight.
which  they travel, where they tra-   stitllted
___V
. and the thousand and one things | ]ute]y   ���,, ciue  ;,s to  who the  unfor-j tie at  -1..0.    The morning train from
tnnate man might be, as no one has Vancouver left as usual yesterday, but
been reported missing from the up-' returned later witb passengers trans-
river districts lately. In some quar- ferred at Burlington. The officials ex-
tors the theory that the corpse may pect to have the line ready for traffic
be that of an Indian fisherman is fa- again in time for to-night's train to
vored,   bul   nothing  definite  can   be come through without any difficulty,
nnected with travel, including "every article required en route, whether
on a journey of fifty or thousands of
miles." When it is remembered that
upon the sea there are all kinds of vehicles from a  birch canoe to a great        _ 	
steamship;  and   upon   lands  all   kinds J k������wn   U]Ui]   the    body   i.s   recovered
of   articles  from   a   jinrickshaw   lo   i-M'rom the waters of the Fraser.
steam and an electric car. it is easy to	
Imagine how  Immense is the held���toi Still  Interrupted.
say nothing of air and submarine car-     Telegraphic   communication,   which .,..������.��� ���,,  _.
rlages   which   may   not   yet  be   suffi-  was a good deal disorganized  by the j of the  funeral of C   M   Beechei
ciently defined to find place In an ex-  storms of the pasl  few days, has not,'of the prominent shareholders of the
hlbltion-which   tins   project   may   be   yel   I ���   restored  to  Its  normal  eon-   company.    The  funeral   took   place  In
made to cover. In some parts of the dilion, and as ii consequence, press Vancouver, quite a number of the old
n"!M ""' moa< Primitive means of despatches are few, and private busi- employes going over to be presenl at
travel are  retained.  In others  are the   ness ove,  the  wires  |3 delayed. the last  sad riles
llllisl   high'y  developed   products Of hli-    ^^^^_^_^_^___
man genius both in speed and for com-
A   large   number of prominent
men  in Qreal  Britain and in the col-
ales have declared their approval an I
Funeral of C.  M. Beecher.        ,;-
Tbe Royal City branch of the Timber  and    Trading   Co.'s   mills   were
closed   all  day   yesterday   on   account
one
Smoker Proves
Virginian  Anives.
II. Ilfax,   No.    i'i     The   K.M.S.   Vli
of
promised iheir support to the exhihl-
���i. Including tbe agenl gi neral ol
Xew Brunswick, C. (V. Dufl .1 i . Tbe
i shlbltlon '.'.ill open In Hoitlcultural
hall, W'i amins er, 1 Inipire Daj IM,
11   and  contlntn    intil   '  a
Great Success
Kness Bo
'
la   ..
I'tactlvi
St. Paul's Anniversary  Serves.
_^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_     H si'iibi.s"!   S    ^^^^^^^^^.^^_���.,,.,
SlJJJan, with Ei          mails, entered tl      ;-��� ,     R(      med Episcopal chu    i will; address of the committee and of thi
''" '"! ll!   ' ;' "-       -.. '   placi   to-morrow,  when sermon irganizing manage]   [A   Staines Mm
"            .'   lal character will be pn iched lersj   is   ::, Chancer,   lane,   Holborn
j^                                                                            ,  the rector, Rev, ,\. de H Owen, nt London, W.C,
UlliS                                                            ! both servici      The choir will also render music Oi  a high oriler.  I'or  which Aoolication for   Water.
ba ii   preparing  for  some Clarence  McLaughlin,  of  this city,,
line,   'in Monday evening, the annual lias applied to the water commission! ,
nniversary dinner will be beld In the for  100 Inches of water from an un-                                                                 ! encount.
hiirch. named Btream which flows out of thel Wise won l!,<' match against MacDon
All Over Canada
Wrestling enthusiasts certainly hud  match and gaining possession of the
cup offers I by 1 bc commit! ie,
The mai h i etween Cunningham
ani MacKinnon was certainly the star
attraction, an I i be I eenesl interest
was manifested In their wrestling.
The local man had the advantage of
" be   : h,elr money's  vv irth a,  the  ba ��� I a
inker i i-��� evening, when  two Ini  i
esi ing mail lus were  loclded    In both
,  . . the 11 ntestant - were verj , ven
Ij   matched,  an I   tbe   issue   was   In
doubt  until  the  final  moment, when height, bul In the matter of skill and
Referee Ed. Hughes patted the winner science   ihey   were  about  evenly   fli-
._.���,, vided,  ami  af   the  beginning of the
on the back and awarded Inui ihe Jail.
un
"  ...   ';,
1 :"i trade Was I Spring order.-  are good.   Car shoring!
,; ;'' this season. I delays  the  shipment   of grain.    The
only trouble In liritish Columbia ls the
' scarcity   of   labor.    Collections   are
, nod.
no one could foretell  how
it  would  end.    Cunningham  secured
scarce, col-
'     ������'������   railroads
s^^^sJ1' ::   '���""��� offered
��� ute the fact
"Ml  'a  yet   ope,,.
^���'SSeV'  ;" reta"
"'' na,
'"���..'. large winter trade is expected, and   The ladies of SL Paul's have long held hillside and   unite.-,  with   the  Fraser aid after a gamely contested struggle, ithe fl^t Mil    ^"fnlngham  ���S('t'l"'t'!
a high reputation for the spread they river about  1,000 feet west of Silver-1 while   Cunningham   proved    m-,,i,m- .,"'   /,    ,���,,,      m!nutes and the
provide on occasions of this character, dale siding on the C.P.R.   The stream   than  bis   Vancouver   opponent,   and'
ami  ii  is promised   that   this year's flows through lands owned by William Tinned him to the mat mice In auc-
linner will be well up to the stan hod Clark and Donltilla Bros,    The point' cession.
' former years. ef diversion ls aboul 300 yards from'    The smoker commenced with a ye-
  !il('  mouth  of   the   stream, and  the lection by the orchestra, after which
water applied for will be for domestic   the firsl  bout  in   the  Wise-MacDunald
B I
minion,
r
an  i,
oni all parts
1    weather had
ten
ia
^M
Quebec,   and
: sorting de-
"onto, vt^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
l"f lion,I.,.. ' Ports large  confident   thai  thej
'llday
Junior Football  Match To-day.
This afternoon the Rovers will dash
wilh the Vancouver Thistles In a football game ai Moody square. 'I'he local
loam has been practising hard for the
lasi two weeks, arid the players are
can   defeat  the
and spring , Terminal City lads withoul unduly ex-
ario cheese crtlng themselves, even though  they
���<    Cat., will be compelled to play without Mal-
, Ing, one of their slar men,  who '    -.'
Winnipeg. I present in Victoria on bu    ;
Improved  Tram  Service.
The  fifteen minute service up the
bill Instituted bj the B.C K.li. Co. Will
be continued bins evening, but the service will  starl at 5 o'clock Instead of
use   and   for   supplying   a  saw    mill
noil.
Struggle was called. For 36 minutes
the boys wrestled before Wise managed to gain the victory. After a brief
resl, the wrestlers came on again, and
<�����* ��������������� "" ���-����� "--"" "��� j    Daniel  McElroy was yesterday aj,i���>i���� im��u.r. came on again, and
'/o'clock, as was the case last week, .ointed official chimney sweeper to' another game struggle was seen. Mac-
The patronage of the public and the the city of New West minster, being j Donald was the aggressor throughout
many compliments ihe local officials selected aa the mos. suitable of sev- the bout, but neither secured a fail
have received iii connection with (heir'"""1  "���-"ll- ������  ''-- "���-  '"���     "- ' ���'��� "���- ^^^^
era) applicants tor tlie position. Mc-I when time was called at the end of 26
Elroy has had considerable,experience nflnutes. when they again stepped
ti   handling   lhe    soot    brushes,   and   on  the mat   for  the  third  time, Wise
efforts to improve the service on Satur,lavs, lias decided theni to continue   	
-���.   ���������* 1 ��� ���- ���...  .".   .uc  mnu  ume,   wise
the fifteen minute schedule as long asi there Is no doubt that lie will be kepi | managed   to   throw   his   opponent  in
the patronage warrants it.
I busy for a long time to come.
l-:'-.    minutes,    thereby    winning  the]night.
Chief Watson had been prevailed
upon to act as manager, and made all
announcements in stentorian tones.
During the evening several clever
singers entertained the audience with
appropriate songs, every number being well received. Mr. Campbell's rendering of bagpipe music on the violin
was a very clever imitation, and received an enthusiastic encore. There
were a few vacant seats in the hall,
but on the whole the baseball boys
will have a few dollars to spare after
nil expenses have been cleared, and
are certainly to be commended for
their energy in arranging such an interesting programme as was given last THE DAILY NEW
SATURDAY, Nov ���
Greater Bargains Than Ever
%
SOME SNAPS FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
Men's $10 Suits for     ...
Men's $10 Overcoats for
Men's $10 Raincoats for
Men's $15 and $18 Suits for
Men's $15 and $18 Overcoats for
Boys' Suits, only a few left, going- at.   .
All Wool Underwear, all sizes, regular $1
and $1.25 per garment; for, a garment,
Boys' Wool Fleeced Underwear,   regular    <\j\
50c; for, a garment,       .       .       .      .   ** 12^
Men's Wool Sweaters, regular $1.50; for . 85c
Men's Trousers, regular $1.50 ; for . . 95c
Boys' Knickers, regular 75c; for . . . 35c
Men's Canvas Gloves, 4 pairs for. . . 25c
Men's Police Braces, regular 35c and 50c; for 15c
Blankets, six pounds, regular $3.50; for $2.25
Sox, 5c a pair.        Handkerchiefs,   all colors, 5c
WESTMINSTER CLOTHING CO.
Dave Grossman,
Prop.
E. DAVIS, Manager
DEAD WATER.
��1
I
S'*
NOTICE.
Enrol of Thin Queer Marine rtienoni- .
prion   Ipon  il   Sli Ill's  Speed.
One of the must curious marine phe
nomenn known to seamen is that ca'i
ed by Norwegian sailors "dead watei-.'
whieh.    without     any    visible    cause
makes a vessel lose bar speed ami I'e
fuse to ansn.ee her behn.  The sailor*,
only definite knowledge of its origin I.
lh.it   it  exists  solely   where  there  i.s ������..
surface  layer of  fresh  water resting
upon the salt  waters of the sea.   Sov
.rul explanations have been advance!
by the captains of ships of the effect cf
dead water, thc commonest of which i
that the two water layers move in ii..
Cerent   directions,   Tlie  true  explain;
Hon, however, recently offered by Sv,
dish navigators and verified by ma;'...-
matlcal calculation and direct experl
ment, is that in addition to the "resl.
ance waves" at the surface the ves*
creates  a   second   line  of subaquo
Waves  between   the  two strata  of  W
ter.
'i'be oxpei'imeul carried out  to demonstrate tho truth of this theory  iv,
an   exi dlng'y   pretty   one.    A   l.:r.:
pi,iie glass tank was flrsl mounted ���
a H linden fi'iune. The tank was l.. '
filled  to a  ii I'laiii  depth  wilh sail   \
ter, and a layer of Crosb water .,*���.
carefully poured mi to the surfneo, ,
ihai two separate water layers wt.
obtained,
The sail  Mater wa; blackened w!
liquid  Chinese  Ink   before  lhe  wn
layers were prepared, aud In this \v .
the different layers were mndo clear!,
risible,  A boal model wns then towu,
along the tank and a silhouette nf th
waves produced was obtained by plai
lng a while hereon al  a  short dlstau
behind the tank.   Tin' waves wore ills;
photographed by Hnshllght, and the iv
suits showed conclusively that, wave
actually were set up al ihe hounihir.
line between the two liquids.
Further experiments were made :���
verify the sudden I iss of speed due l
dond   water.    The   boal    lol   v..
drawn across the tank ami the lov.lir.
string  suddenly   slackened   when   lb,
boat   was   about   halfway   across,    i:
eases   when*   the   lank   eontaiiied   sa
water only Ilie boat stopped gradiiiill,.
moving  some   boal   lengths   after   tb
towing   string   bad    I n   slackenoi,
When the tank contained a layer ���>
fresh water resting on salt, water, i...
Ihe other hand, lhe boat slackeuc,
speed quit." suddenly and moved only .-
very short distance.
These experiments, carried out oo ���..
small seale. prove conclusively thai r ,
difficulties encountered within a dei
water  zone arc  really  due  to  the  re
Sistance  experienced   by   Uie   vessel   ill
generating Invisible waves at ihe fre.h
water salt uater boundary, although in
ionic particular eases the Influence b!
undercurrents musi also doubtless in-
taken Into account. -New York Herald
near  ihe   north   end   of  Lhe   Fraser I
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        [liver Bridge in the City of N'ew West-
"~ minster. i
NOTICE  IS   HEREBY GIVEN   thai !.-
appllcatlon will be made to the Par-1 F,���m Port Moody easterly to Dewd-
liament of Canada, a- ihe next session ,,. ,,;mk road| thl,m,, tollowing gen.
thereof, for an Ac. to Incorporate a ���;,:iv Cne sald trUnk road through Co-
Company under the name of Burrard   quitlam| Map]e Ridge and Mission Mu-
Westmlnster   Boundary   Railway   .ml
nicipallties to Slave River and the east
of  British  Co- i
Navigation  Company,   with   power   to   boundary of Mission Municipality
construct, equip, maintain ami operate
a line or lines of railway, of standard
or other gauge, with steam, electric,	
gasoline or any othe,- kind of motive I     Aml   t0   construct,  equip
power, for the conveyance of passengers   and   freight,   from   n   point  or
points at. in or near the following lo-:
lallties:
A I
Commencing al a point ou the north
side of False Creek, thence crossing
False Creek by a bri Ige an I running
in a southeaster^ dlrei ti m thr iugh
ile City or Vane i iver, Hastings:
Townsite, the Municipal:', ol South
I Vancouver and Burnaby and the Cltj
ot New Westminster to the v.i ���
River Bridge, thence northeasl rl.
through ihe city of New Westn Insl ir,
tbe Municipality of Coquitlam ��� i I irl
Moody, thence in a ..estei I dli ictloi
to a i-oiiii a' or ne,ii- the roposed location of iln- Vanioine:-. Westminster
& Vukon Rallwa. bridge a: Sei in I
Narrows, Burrard Inlet, then i . intln-
udng westerly through ii i iting - Towi
-i'e to place of commencement i; ;
o:' Vancouver,
.(.
AH  in  the  Province
liimbia.
And io construct, equip, maintain
ani operate branch lines ani all ne-
, | cessary bridges, roads, ways ami ferries, steamship barges ani vessels,
theatres ami other places of amusement, and to construcl telegraph ani
telephone lines in connection with
-ail railway and branches, ami to
transmit messages for commercial
ian-,,uses, and tu charge lulls therefor,
.in I to generate electricity for the supply of light, heal an 1 pOW&r, ani to
enter Into agreements wiih any electric oi- power company for the purpose of obtaining the transmission ef
electricity, and to acquire and hold
, . .in uilii-;' companies, an I to ac-
an! develop ..ater power for
the pur. ' c of generating elect! Iclty;
��� ' -ll md distribute the same, and in
expropriate, buy, hold, lease and sell
land fnr the purposes of the company
an i for other purpo ies, ami to levj
ii, l colled tolls from all per .ons using nui for all treighl passing over
-ail railway ami branches, and lo con-
THEY ALL COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
iunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, beoause
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
r������
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream.        -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; ti to 8 p.m.
Good Teh, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties '
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block, Proprietress,
Colum Ida St.
I
B. C. Mills, Timber anj
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,    Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash. D<"
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draiml
Royal City Branch, Columbia St,
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor,  L6th   Street
New Westminster, ii. C.
Telephone  12.
New Weitm"
nei with or make traffic or other ar-
Prom a polni at or ni ir lhe south rangements with railway, steamboal
��� i.l of ihe proposed Vancouver, vYo.:- or other companies, ami to construct,
minster * Yukon Railway bridge a' maintain ami operate the said railway
Second Narrows, Burrard Inlet, tii ince ami branches, and the said telegraph,
across said bridge to a poinl north of telephone ami electric power lines
Hie Municipality of North Vancou. ir across, along or upon streets or high-
���rn Howe Sound, nml to a poinl north  way. within any municipality, subjecl
North Vancou-  to tihe  regulations of said  municipal-!
ver mi the North Ann of Burrard Iii-  Ity; mil in cross navigable rivers or
streams, ami to arrange for the use of
bridges iherefore, and to connect with
i  poinl  ai   the north end of and Interchange traBflc over other rail-]
irldge al New West.-   ''���'ays,  and   to   purchase,    take   ove.-,
icross   '-aid   bridge | lea__e or otherwise acquire de prop-
to cross which will be applied  orty rights and franchises of any other -
for to  the   Provincial   Government),Icompany or companies, and to lease,
thence southerly to a point on the ln-1 ue" or otherwise dispose of tha  cu
boundary   between  Semi-1 dei'taklng, or air. pari thereof, and for
of the Municipal!.}  ol
r on  iho
lei
C
From
the Praser Rivi
minster,    thenr
I leav
lernattonal ^^^^^^^^^^^^
amo Bay and Sumas,
!).
From  a   point  on   ihe  south  side of
False ('ree:-;. ihence westerl;   ihrough
the ciiy of Vancouver an I the Munf-
; inlity of South V incouver to a p ilni
.  near Poinl Grey, i hence i el u 'n-
Ing in a southea iterl     Ir ction bj i h i
mosl   f 'i.--i le roul i to a  . dm  a'
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow, Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly fur-1
nished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHlNhJ ami ...nwi.ji.
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING-, BKILMit. and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Canadian Banl   of Commei
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve
Fund, $4,5O0|
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER, (ienoral Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Oen I
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND tf
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTS.
all other necessary rights, powers and
���   :'-''--s  I.  Urn  l.eha'f;   and that all 	
'' the abo   ���  works may  be declared   Fences, Gates, Flre Escapes, etc.
" tor general  advantage of      Ma��� ordera an��� correspondence in
'J',:"|J vited.
Tl PPER & GRIFFIN,
For the Applii ants.
Dated at  Vancouver, this  16th day
'���  ���  m ' r, ;:   ;.
Ornamental   Iron    Work,   including
JOHN REID,
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every  facility   afforded   Farmers  for   their banking  busm"3
cashed   or taken   for collection.
HANKING   BY   MAIL- Deposits   may be made or    :     ''
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH  -II. It DAVIDSON."
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 8 0'i'l.OCK
S>l��
MaDB��" I
BEGBIE aiiti'-i'.i'.
N.ivv   VV'.'.iiulUbler. r.
U.   .71
ADVERTISE   IN THE Nfl jRDA>
NOV. '.7. 1906.
THe DAILY NEWS
The British Columbia
lour and Feed Company
OF  NEW   WESTMINSTER
rhe above company has been formed to handle and supply, both wholesale and retail, Flour and Feed of all kinds,
for consumption throughout British Columbia, and is now open for business on Front street.
fhe popular, well-known and high-grade Flours manufactured by THE CALGARY MILLING CO- of Calgary,
Alberta, will be handled by The B. C. F. and F. Co., while the feed will be entirely "grown in B. C."
The sole aim of the company is to give entire satisfaction to their buyers, with quick dispatph of order
And a Big Saving of Money
J-L
lew Wesminster���First, Last and All the Time
SINGER  AND WHEELER & WILSON
SEWING MACHINES
EASY* TERMS
PIANOS
New Scale Williams
T\ordneimer
Morris
Dominion
PIANO PLAYERS
dominion
Uoherty
ORGANS
Sherlock
Manning
The Edison Phonograph
(rapnopKones, Violins,  Accordions,  Xylophones, Mandolins,  Concertinas,  Flutes, Whistles, Guitars,
Mouth   Organs,  Zithers.
Gri' ' new selection of the celebrated Columbian and Edison Records.
���v ibscribe for our monthly records.    New selection each month.
It 4/
piusical instruments of all kinds kept in stock. Easy terms on alliinstruments.
N'otl e I- bi reby given thai 60 da)b
late   l  I ii lend   applying   i<>  the
church  services. law   Taylor,   M.A.,    Ph.D,   mini r
Holy Trinity  cathedral       Rev, A.   Services n a.m  nnd  7 p.m    aundfty
Shildriclc,   rector.    Holy  Communion,   Sl l'""1  :"H|   BU)1��   olaM
a hi. ;  Mai ins and I lolj Communion,
V'  Chief   Coramissione
f   1.amis   and
ij  Works I'm' permission in purchase the
>*   following   described  land,  situated al
tho iiioiiili of the KlldaJn river. Coasl   i.
Iiruyer  meeting,   VVednei. i       I  p.rti
Morning Biibject,  "Th iol   Worli
ll   a.m ;   Sundaj  school, St. Goorge*u   ,������   pat|ence  .   ,. ,,..-, .,.   ������,,,,,���
ball,  2.30  p.m.;   Catechism  lasi   Sun-   [ihanl  Life."
in   the   month   in   111<���   church;
Evensong and sermon bj Um rector, 7
��J< j district: Commencing ai a post marfe-l ,, hl : a^jy service al 9.30 am, and 6
������Jed \V.   .M.'s  N,  E Co,-mr  planted  on   , ;i   ,., er,   . a   Friday,   when   Even
i_;i:'"
south   l.iuil;  of the   Kildala   river
Knox   church,   Hi.   ���   ���   q    ';,���-.
McKenzle, li A., pastor    Servi-ceii
a.m. ami 7  p.m ; Sundaj   ittHoo]   md
3ible class. 2.30 p.m ,   ro��8Mng Of"?.P
| a; the mouth, running as follows;   .0 j j, n every Thursdaj and .aim's day at
south,    .0   chains   west,   40   s ., ,���    choir practice on Friday after
chains north to the shore line, thence
following shore line to place of com
*'"'��� ls >;'i'1 'l!  ;;:"-   1||,;> Commun-  SCE| immediatetj   after (.He b\	
���5
.J, i chain
service
Sunday    morning   -mi,'.
Evensong.
' Whal  Uml Hai  Pn   i    I   ru
�����,-,., Whn Love Him"; evening,   Tin-
A  following shore  ine to place ef com       _.    ..       ,        ,,       ,,   ...   ,. ., ,,
Aj . . .     ,'. ,        ,      St,   Ham..Pas   -Ri'v. (.  W.  Hough-  nlflcance of,Israe'   rmpul _ to Ftoiu
�� , mencement, contain ng it> acres more- ,
V I ton, rector,   Morning Prayer and Holy   |,,  Egypt.
A ''    ''S:* Communion, il a.m., Evening Prayer,     Ql   ,,.. ...        ... ,.   ,
A        \;i"   "7   ViOfl :      at'   ' ' h'r ' ' al hi'-li'al (Roman  I
,���,: '  ' 7  ii.in.;  iiihie class, -  p.m.;  Sunday m ,    ,- , ,,      ,,
��� Locator, AV   MiiunY. ,'    , ' .      ' ,     , ��<*)    Ve   e lenertlctlon
���' school, .; p.m.;  hnptisms after sum -iv D      ,,
V Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent ,      '   Sundaj  Vt_      -       md    I  cul
"5 i, bool;  in r practice, l- tlda.\, s p in ,. , ,
11 -i   24,   1906, '"    ��� ���'
       St    Paul's     Reformed     Episcopal   ; ;(l    ,,,
church   Bev. A. de B, Owen, rector      ,.       . ,   .. ��� .,
Gospel hall, _    u . Rn i
Divine  worship Sunday, special ami!      	
Ninth        ��� ,
versary services, with appropriate mu   u   .,
���   -, 11 a m. and i p.m.; Sundaj i chool,   ,,,, ,     ,.
.i       ���,- """"   ' "       '   ' ***" '
2.30 p.m.;   ; rayer meeting,   I bui   la  .
���- :, m,    A il an- i ordlullj  Invl I'd
SPROH-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 Hastings St. W . Vancouver,
lioei.: eeplng, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthan I, Ti b gi - h     md H3Q
;:i : lng.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Sti dents Always in Demand,
R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Printipal
No    I
J. H. TODD
fi
���e Music House      -     Burr Block, Columbia St.   1
| Af ter-
! Dinner
IIM INTS
25 cents
_=A b6x==
Ryall's
DRUG  STORE
���
9
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\
i ill vei  I- ptli i   chun h   Ri \   M.   L
igg, D.D.   Pastor.   Preaching bj the
i    iia ai 11 a in. and 7 p m    Sul i
i :   sei mi i'       Moi nin ,
r..   |m no '
. '   .
i
: ���  .      Hon : i   al
Wednesd        /en 11
istoi . erli
lory lectun    on I
Nexl lectun -     i th
lhe second
Iti I.   Bo
-    "  : I
Que   i iue . \V
. I. Bai rai I U.A
tl   il a in. an |7] mill
an l  Bible  ol_
pi a,, er iniai ii
I ;p win ib    iii-
Morning,  lermon  I I "r.LS.
service foi w   r. of T
We    !
' '���    II   ft.m,   and   7   p.m
' p.m,
1
i
,   -
rafflt'
Kelowna
.
St, Andre* ti���Re.    i ���   ;    wn     i bt_t
��� ���  Sundaj
11  a in. and   i      '     Christian
Endeavor,   Hi ,
nieei-a       -,. Bu
niiirn   |
ho   I". - -an
ilui.i i -
���    ,, I .: t     l:
..    -
:
''liai.   >i    -I'. Bjith     .   'I urt tl
J, \. Cooper, v ni ������������; ��� -
l.a.lner;   .1.   L.   Kb
'V.   T.   Ward-J 7an  Llll'eil, Bellin^liaai
��� I
THE DAILY NEWS
6ATU^AY,N3V|17(
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Daily News Pub-
!_Mng Company, Limited, at their
ifflees corner of Sixth and From
ri'reeis.  New  Westminster.  B. C.
Managing Director.
.J. C. Brown
Experience is the b<sft teacher.
Housekeepers, who have tried
them all. say WINDSOR TABLE
SALT is the perfed table salt.
tTVERTISING RATES.
Transieui display advertising, 10
cents per me nonpariel) 12 lines to
the inch. Five cents per line tor
. uts_v_ent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
fonts per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-
tons, apply to advertising manager.
Notices   of   births,    marriages    or
E. V. Bodwell, and when the said E.
V. Bodwell was asked, being on oath,
whose agent he was in making ihe
proposal, he said he was the agent ol
Mr. Larsen, an American contractor,
and that, when he made the proposal,
he had no connection with the Gran-i
Trunk; and when he was further
asked whether the words "my clients'
brooms HS&SL STJftS   ����� ���� letter <lid not refer to the Grand
No advertisement taken  for | Trunk,  he   said,  "I   meant   no suon
thing;   you   are   trying to twist   the
thing."
Notwithstanding  all   this,  tha   Gov-
word.
lesj than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office  A22 ; eminent will point l o the fact that the
Night  Office    B22
<Bnmj
^-$if__fi^
"St-
SATURDAY.  NOV.  17,  1906.
KAIEN   ISLAND.
The other day we quoted the Premier's statement thai the Kaien island
transaction "was from Brst to last, as
far as the Governmenl of this Province is concerned, a direct transaction with the Grand Trunk Pacific
Railway Company itself, and with no
middleman or profit-making intermediary  whatsoever."
In this second instalment of the
Kaien island review, we propose to
see whai the report of the committee,
by which the Premier bas asked to be
judged, has to say aboul the matter.
The first document���thai is Lo say,
the document   of  earliest  date���is a
Minute of Council directing that Kaien
island be granted to E. V. Bodwell In
tee, describes him as acting for the
Grand Trunk. Now let US see In how
far and bow long Mr. Hod .veil was
acting for the Grand Trunk���remembering the Premier's absolul ��� and unqualified statement that "from first to
last" this was a dire: I transai tion
with the Grand Trunk."
Mr. Bodwell is on the witness stand.
Q.���So when yon commenced I i negotiate with the Government you were
engaged for one man. and thai man
was Mr. Larsen?   A.���Yes.
Q.���And at. that time you bad n >
connection with the Grand Trunk Pacific?   A.���That is right.
Q.���And at a later period���1 do not
care when ii was���at a later period
the Grand Trunk Pacific acquired an
j interest in this business? A.���I did
not say it: the documents say it. I
have referred to the documents.
Q.���You have referred to the grant?
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A HOMj
_= Prices Low and Terms Easy
A 6-room Cottage on Fifth Ave., corner lot. 82x132.
Price $950, $300 cash, balance on terms to suit.
An 8-room 2-storey Dwelling (new) in West End.
Price $1250, $500 cash, balance on terms to suit.
A 6-room Dwelling on Sixth St. (carline), full sized
lot.    Price $950, terms to suit.
A 6-room Dwelling on Ninth St., 2 full sized lots, 1
in fruit.   Price $1300, terms to suit.
An 8-room Dwelling on Queen's Ave., all modern conveniences.    Price $1750, terms to suit.
A 5-room Dwelling on Agnes St.', (near Si
xth).
rcd
on eas.v terms.
for $13.    Price $1050, $500 cash, bai
An 8-room Dwelling on Columbia St  (San    n.
$1500, $500 cash, bai. on terms to suit.' " '    ^
A new 2-storey Dwelling on Fifth Ave  niodpm
veniences, 2 full sized lots.    Price $2100, terms
A 1 1-2 storey House on Fifth Ave., corner lot
em conveniences.   Price $1200, $300 cash, bai e !i
We have Dwellings and Lots for sale in ali parts of fee
SMALL   HOLDINGS ���=
16 acres, good soil, 3 1-2 under cultivation, 20 bearing fruit trees, half-acre in strawberry plants. 2 greenhouses, one well stocked, a new 5-room dwelling, situate on North Road, 1 mile from end of carline. Enquire.
5 acres in Burnaby, 10 min.walk from car, 1 ac.clear-
ed, 7-room dwelling, good roads. Price $1500,1-3 cash.
4 acres in Burnaby, 2 ac. cleared, bai. easily cleared,
4-room dwelling, barn, etc.   Price $1200, 1-2 cash.
12 acres, all cleared and cultivated, 6-room dwelling,
stable and outbuildings, good creek running HmJ
land, half-mile from school.   Price $2200, terms tri J
50 acres, 8 acres cleared, 15 acres slashed 4-rr
dwelling and outbuildings, creek runs through'land]
mile from school. A bargain at $1200, $500 cash .
in 1 and 2 years.
40 acres, 12 acres under crop, crock on land, a U
cottage, barn 30x40, black soil and clay loani, com!
ient to market.    Price $2600, terms -.riven.
Farms, Small Holdings and Acreage in all parts of the district.
WM ITE  &  SHILES
260 Columbia St.
Telephone 8
letter   signed   "E.   V.   Bodwell,"   ani
addressed to the Chief Commissioner! A���No;  1 have referred to the order
of  Lund   and   Works.    In  that  letter, J in council.
���Mr. Bodwell proposes that. 10,000 acres; Q.���But at the time the order in
ot land on Kaien island be sold to a council was passed yon were not act-
company, his clients, that company! ing for t.he Grand Trunk Pacific, or
"undertaking to negotiate with thej were you? A.���Yes, I was, in so far
Grand Trunk Pacific for the establish-1 as that order in council was necessary
ment of their western terminus" on tn be had, and in so far as I had been
lhe said lands. The letter further \ authorized���that telegram authorized
says that the company (Mr. Bodwell's ] me���that was the telegram 1 had from
clients)   "will  not   bind  itself" to so-  Mr. Hays.
cure the establishment of the ter- Q.���Well, you were then acting for
minus on theflands, bul will "use its; them on the 29th April, 1904? A.���ia
.ery best efforts" to do so; and the respect, to the business in which I was
cautious provision is made that, if the instructed by telegram. I waa acting
company should fail, the purchase according to my instructions; there
price of $10,000 is to be refunded.        I they are (referring to telegram).
sarily involved "profit-making" by Mr.
Anderson or any other person, far in
excess of the amount received by the
Province for 10.000 acres of land, that
person may safely be cited in disproof]
of the assertion tha; man is a reasoning animal.
LOST  ���   Between   Sixth   and   Tenth
streets,   shopping   bag,   containing
parcel of sewing material, boy's blue
serge  blouse.    Finder please return:
ir, Daily Xews office.
WANTED���Furnished  rooms for light
housekeeping,       central       location.
Write 1...  P.O. Box 214.
215
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LOST���(in Sunday evening, between
the Methodist and R. C, churches, a
siring of gold beads. Finder rewarded on returning them to 2.
Blackwood  street. 213-C
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-tt
LOST ��� Between Leopold place and
Fourth   avenue   and    Eighth    st; t,
large amethyst brooch with diamond setting in center. Finder will
be rewarded. Apply E, Goulet, C.
P. R. station.
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A
Post Card Albui
Before the Xma. Rush.     A Large Assortment at
i J, J.  MACKAY  & Co
Bookseller,    antl   Stationers
In other words, the Government was
to allow the company to have these
lands for a speculative venture, on the
"heads.  I   win;   tails,  you   lose,'"   principle.
When we turn to lhe evidence of
VIr. McBrlde himself, we are strongly
reminded of the individual wbo "doth
protest too much," and we are also astonished  at   the  carious���the  exceed-
Q,���(Reading telegram���What wis
this communication of Mr. Stevens,
thai is referred to here? A.���I either
addressed a letter or sent a telegram
: to Mr. Stevens, telling him what the
Government wanted, and Mr. Stevens
[apparently saw Mr. Hays, and told
him the contents, and In accordance
with that telegram Mr. Hays sent ihat
, to me (referring to telegram).
ingly curious-memory whirl, the hoa,      Here is the tele^��' sis��"<l "< has.
M, Hays":
"Will be glad to have you acl on Mr.
gentleman  carrli -  around   with   him.
Be remembers exactl.   that the Gov-
ernmenl was consumed with anxietj f evens communication in regard to
to secure "for the people of British L "'"'i,"r ln such u;'-' as "-' M>'
Columbia" - the dear people - the P*���180' ��'"' rtghts f"!' the !il!>" ""i!!-
great   advantage   of   having   the   te Jand Ullt11 definlte plans can '"' ie��
mine I   upon,   without,  however,  committing us irrevocably."
The    telegram    is   dated   April   29,
1904, and is addressed to Mr, Bo Iwe'.l
al the Hotel Vancouvei.   The Minute ;
of Council is dated April 30, 1904���the
*ery   next   day!
Mr. McBrlde aa; a "froi i tlrsl to lasi
.   .   .   direct ��It It : he Grand Trun
Mr,   Bodwell   saj s,   "with   me   i .   Mr.
Larsen's agent,  having no connection
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��i'h the Grand Trunk up to the da
minus on Kaien island and nowhere
else; and he remembers most distinctly that the Governmenl was determined to deal with nobody but the
Grand Trunk Pacific; but, whether tie'
el'foi'i to retain these points exhausted
the capacity of his memory, or for
.some othei- reason, he remembers,
practically, nothing else. His evidence bristles with "I do nol recollect," "I cannot recall," and .similar
phrases. In one single answer, he r '���
peats "I cannot recall" three times, before the minute
On the 30th day of April, 1904, the passed, and then only so far as 1 wa.
Hon, Richard McBride, as presiding I e'lthorized by a telegram."
member of the Executive Council, sub- Al"' " wa_ nine months aftei .-
mitted for the Lieutenant-Governor's order in council was passed lefore the
approval a Minute of Council accept- ''!>l '"'',:';' "' "direct" communication
Ing a proposal made by E, V. Bodwell between the Government tnd the
to convey to him the Kaien Island Grand Trunk appears on the rds,
lands. Now, the only proposal, bo far and "'" Months before Mr, Bodwell
as the records show, submitted hy Mr. authorized the Governmenl i deed
Bodwell was the letter above referred ;|"' lanc,a ''' ""' Grand Trunk ml nol
to and quoted Iron,.    Yet Mr, .McBride.   ;" Mm'
when examined as to his knowledge     So much for the "flrsl i . last" leal-
oi the contents of the said letter, tald   lns "direct with the Grand Trunk."
thai he presumed he had read the let-     -N"w- ���'** '" the "profit-making Inter-
ler, but ���"i cannot, recall." mediary."   Mr. Bodwell drew  the first
' drafl of an agreement between Mr,
James Anderson aud the Grand Trunk
under which Mr, Anderson was lo re-
' eive $40,000.    Whal  [or?   Mr. Ander-
lie. the Premier of the Province,
certified a Minute of Council which
sanctioned Ihis Kaien island grant, as
proposed by Mr, Bodwell, but could
not be sure���could not recall���whether or not he had read the proposal!
So much for the hon. gentleman's
memory.    Now as to  tlie  facts which
be   does   remember.    Due   is,   that ho   an(]   nve
���on himself swore thai when he settled up with Mr. Larsen���who, as has
been shown, was Mr Bodwell's prin
clpal or client In this mailer in the
lirst place���he came out with .in.i'iou
was ai tuated solely by a desir
promote the Interests of the people
of British Columbia- the dear people.
Let ii go at that. Would anyone wbo
has watched the career of the hon.
gentleman dare to doubt It?   The Bee-
square  mile
coal lands
l)! It is evident, therefore, thai a "profit-
making Intermediary" gol Into th ���
transaction all right, and If anyone
chooses tn believe thai a perfectly
"direct" transaction between the Governmenl and the Grand Trunk nee...
ml  is  that  "from flrsl   to last"  the' ���
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DESIGN FOR WOMEN
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$3.00
SHOES
$3.00
SHOES
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OUR $3.00 SHOES
TO    ORDER
Governmenl   dealt   wiib   the   Ura-i-l, _,_   !���-���-<-��
Trunk; thai it was "a direct transac- _!j*Jfcm^ J \\  | J^
lion" with the company, "and with " '��� *&2Q   AND   IIP -
middleman, or profll  making interne , _.   . ,     _
diarj   whatsoever." Cut an" Made on the Premises
Yet the Minute of Council, which
the hon, gentleman signed, dir icted
thai  the lands Bhould be conveyed to \ 247 Front Street
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
HREE 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
B8G SHOE HOUSE
Columbia St.
New Westminster, B. C.
Today The finger of Opportune
Points to Suburban Acreagl
WE hive exclusive agency for -"'7 acres on T . ,-���. BunulJ
within five minutes of the B.C.EJt. car line ;
limits,    splendid fruit land, easj  clearing,  .u "f
1    the  most   successful  fruit   growers   in   the   Nev    ���' :    '
trict.    Only $150 per acre.    Cannoi sta.  al thi     rice   mg
All intending purchasers of houses should make 'I
a    in tii us.    We always have n. good lisi to -
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
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W.  Ft. Gilley, 'Phone Wl
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers  In
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, ) ire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. 0, fo    Ty Co. sewer pipe, e;c-
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co-
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R- ^
'Phone 1-8
Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COW
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID M
CREASING DEMAND IOR OUR
Sugar Cured
Breakfast Bacon and tf3i
New Westminster
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Ti REICHENBACH COMPANY, JRDAV.
N0V. 17, 1906-
THE DAIL>  NEWS
���^Mt'"!.--
Local News Briefly Told
ASH STORE
hristmas
,3 scarcely five weeks off, and many
v.-i.e people are already preparing for it.
Fancy work takes time to io. and i_
ions now worry will be saved as The
Gilt  Time  draws  nearer.
JUST IN
. nl  assorl ment of C     iloi   T ie ready to ra ike
Aoikei.   Large   ,;/������   Pic< ire   Tea-,   stamped   Scrim
.   r, ���     ,   Tips.  "Westminster  Friends" Tops,  with spaces for
il 35c, 50c, 75c, 90c  an.   $1.00.
Cushion Scrim In plain cream, also cream with checks
and  yellow and  ecru,   with  overchecks of  green   and
40c. 60c and $1.00 a yard, Ioui Ie width
'-    - for  working, in such  lesigns is carnations, daisies,
:i fj iwers   etc.
In En   ' ildery Silks we have tl     best to be had.
TWISTED  SILK
WASH  COLORS
^^^fflplroqg's
ii. ��� silks, better known as Corticel"
i.   Fllo, Roman, Cas-
-.'   Rope in I Mounl   Melllck  Skein Silks.
\    sha les now  in stock in   Japanese Silks.
Mercerlzed  Sateens
cl Cushl in Cords.
���      ' oi ail kin.i_ an . tloWe."8-
���'* ��� Tidy's, phone A18. dtf
Queen City diii nol get away
from Steveston until yesterdaj 'in its
trip across th.- gulf, on accouni of the
rough weathe
T, I-*. Patterson was charged in the
police court yesterday morning with
tin infraction of the streel and sidewalk by-law, and after the offence bai
been proved against him. he wai hm-1
$1 and costs.
George Steen, win, was charged in
Ihe police couri yesterday morning
with having acn .Irunk ami incapable the previous nigh-, was alloweJ
to go with a warning. He promised
Ic leave the booze alone in future.
Chii kens al  it- Ichenbach's.
Mr. Bennett, son of C. i,. Bennett,
of 'la !'i ise Rivei tannery, wh > b is
iffering from typhoid fever [or
so- .,��� time, wa.- reported this a; iml
' -"' In a m irlous m lition, although tli.aa- a ,- still a iPe .- ;. . ultimate recover;
Coal is still a -, ire i con   . a.
tiie cii,, and tin- local deal - are
being kepi very busy in ordei t i meel
the deman i. Gille , Bros, recel. ��� i in-
other scow a | ; ester la; - im Lad
smith, which will be tran ���:������ ��� i to
Ihe gas works.
Reichen lach's home-made mincemeat, 15c per lb., will mak..-  leiicious
pies. 211-tf
The members of the junior and senior luanches of the It, T. of T. will
meel in the lecture room of the
Queen's avenue Methodist church tomorrow  evening,  and   will  enter the
A . ehe.lui*,. football ma'rh betweeil
' the High school anri J3t. Louis college
"vill take place at Moody square this
morning. These two teams are con-
sidered to be the strongest in the jun-
' ior league, and a good match may be
looked for with confidence.
Thomas Sheaves, an ordinary drunk
and incapable, spent the night in the
j cells at the police station, and will
occupy a seat in the dock this morning. Silas White, who is described as
a drunk and disorderly person, kept
Sheaves company throughout the
nigh', and will also parade this morning.
S. G. Tidy, the Twelfth street florist,
is "mil,ling two large greenhouses iu '
addition  to  his  present  floral accom-i
mo lation.    The  buildings   will   each
measure  25 x  100 and will embrace
500 .-inali- 1'..,.' of glass. The houses
��� will be heated by mean.-, of ire ���. iti .
and a boiler 16 feel long bj ::'_ feel
in diameter has been purchased for
the purpose.
Reichenbach's    home-ma i -.���    mincemeat, 15c per I >., will make delicious |
pies. 211-tf
The long expected machinery to be
used in connection with the new pump
for  the  King  Edward  arrived yester-;
day, and   it.   is   understood   that   the
dredge,   will   be    tied   up   for  about   a,
week wiiile the new pump is being in-1
stalled.   The one at  present in use is j
almost, on its last legs, and the boat I
will   be  able  to  do  much  more rapid
ami  efficient    work   as   soon  as    the
change is made.
Chickens at Reichenbach's.
RISKED  r-rrS LIFE.
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ti WHITE HOUSE
We are showing some particularly good values in=
Ladies' House Dresses, Wrappers,
Kimonas   and    Dressing   Gowns
|. J. BIRTCH, 275 Colum-
���bia Street	
A Letter of Importance.
|H'E  INHABITANTS  OF   NEW   WESTMINSTER   I.N   GENERAL,  AND
0uR   FRIENDS   IN    PARTICULAR:
e|y we have ..een constantly asked if we are selling cut. or moving
Pe" prem   ,..     These  enquiries   '-i.s   no   doubt   been   created   by  the
ts cf furniture leavinn   c .    stores and warehouses daily-
\l L ,1Gt leaving our praEroit . -... but we certainly are selling out
Not with  any cat.hpe.iny  reductions, but a genuine  legit;-
���method
loo_s
trading which we  hs . . made successful by always marking
than  the lowest  cf   other furniture houses   in   British   Cj-
a UP jd ynu whether  you want old and  out
"    DTI " A
-e' ��r the very latest and   newest  goods that
"n buy,
come
of date goods
meney and ex-
Christ e n ,nd pay us a friend|yvisit; no one wl"bother y��u t0 buy"
*���-.."""' rJ����ds constant|y arriving. Look them over, and if you
lh_ ^:ni rJood. select it, and we will deliver any time or anywhere
r       c '���'��� II advise you in purchasing Morris Chairs. Morris Rockers.
���3lrstr*
Blon  Tables,  Pictures,  Sideboard.. Buffets,
etc.
fS  FURNITURE  EMPORIUM
up��nt Block      Columbia St.      Telephone 73
!Io\.    n:���   ..nterp. IhIiis   Reporter   tin.
!',*���   \,'��v��   k-'or   Hin   TaiXT.
Undoubtedly tbe boldest undertaking
on the part of a reporter to score a
-beat" ever known in the history of.
American journalism was when Thomas It. Fielders of the New York TI:n ���-���
leaped from a steamer In New V irk !
harbor at odds of about 100 t > 1 of
being drowned aud brought in the lirst
graphic story of the loss of the ocean
liner Oregon. It Is tiie custom of N'ew
York dailies to send reporters ilavt:
Uie hay to meet incoming steamers
when it is known there is "big news'
aboard. On the ground that it is bet
ter tu be safe than sorry the edit irs
dispatch the reporters by special pet
mit "ii a  government  rev,.-.ue cuttei
or   else   on   a   specially   ch.U't.C'el   la.
with a view t> catching their gn a
before the ship ,1 icks. It was kn ,
early one afternooii thai a North Oi":
man Lloyd steamer was not far n a
and every city editor in New i'ork t.i ii
plans lor sending reporters to meet tie
ia-   ��� r   us   i ter.
I-'ielders was nne of these. He man
aged ti get aboard the big steamer fai
down the hay aial went among the - tr
Vivors of tlie Oregon disaster ani ob
tatned some thrilling tales of esi ipe
lie took ii'tcs enough to write a b
lib mt the sinking of the ship, wit!
minute details of heroic rescues r.n
plenty ul' what newspaper men a:-.]
"human interest" stories. Then time
began to wear heavy mi bis hauls. 11
was getting bile at night and tbe ship
had imi yel passed quarantine. T
make matters worse, the captain si:
that h" would allow no one to leavi
the ship until she had made her w i;
clear qf luinruntlne. Fielders vnitili
(.leaded thai he was not n passo.ige:
and therefore was not an*enable to the
[nspectl ui of tbe ship by the health
officers, llis remonstrances were un
availing.    The captain was obdurate.
Ten o'clock cane'.    The city editor ' ' j
the Times paced nervously around tbi j
night desk, repeatedly asking. "Where
on earth is Fielders'.'"
Out    there    In    the   bay    Fielders,
wrought   to a  pitch of anger almosl
sufficient to Impel an assault upon the
exacting captain,  looked  vainly  III   the
dimpling stream of light  from his tu.
as she lay out In the darkened waters
waiting for him.   The captain of the
steamer would  UOi  permit   Ihe tug to
come any nearer to bis ship.    Fielders
stood   beside  the  rail,  loudly   remonstrating with the man commanding the
big ship.   He stealthily placed one le?
over   the   rail.' then   the   other.    Then ���
there  was a  splashing sound  below i
and a chorus of shouts from the pa- |
sengers.  Tbe reporter was overboard i
Out In the rippling light  bis body \v:.J j
seen to rise, ami as il did the daredevil
began swimming toward bis tug.   Iiiv
comrades had  thrown  oul  a  line .1  "
signal from him previously given, r.-.i
he made for that line.   W mid he ever
get it?   Could  they  sea bim.  n  mere
speck on the dimly lighted water?  IV ,
gained fl hold on the rope, was pn! ���
aboard the tug nnd gave orders for hoi i
���(,se to be turned toward the Mnnh.ti
tau shore with all ] osslblo speed.   ::=   :
Times  contained   a   full   ani  grip';.   1
story oi* tho bss of the 0.ej.3U  I i   j
next   mora i-    Remson   Crawford  i   !
Success Ma_ i.e.
Onl.   <".<��� KI.1B Burled  1"   leoli.a.1.
In Iceland II > iho boost of tho . . j
Uvo ���,;,, -on!: one king is burloe
' ucre" Thn was King Roerek of Norway' (vide Siurrl Sturhwon's Saga,
"Heimskringia"), whom King Olnl the
tIolv ,8ul ,.,:." with the significant
uiu. thai he need not be In any hurry
who was a shrewd, peaceably mimic:
monarch, took the hint, went to Iceland ami a thousand odd years ago settled down to farming "at a little stead
height, Calfskin, where were but few
serving folk, and there ho dwelt aud
on the fourth winter got tl��e illness
which brought him to his bane. So. I
lt is said, lie is the only king that
rests in Iceland."
A  Horae'H   Acr.
The age of a horse cannot always be i
told by looking at its teeth.    After th-'
eighth   year   the   horse   gets  no   morr
new teeth, so that this method Is use
less for a horse more than eight years
old.    As  sunn  as  the set of Jeetb   is
complete,   however,   a   wrinkle   begin- i
to  appear  on   the  edge  of the  lower
eyelid,  and another  wrinkle  is adilevl,
each year, so that to get the age of E
horse  more than eight years old you
must count the teeth plus the wrtn-
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HORSES!    HORSES!
Dr. H. D. Brown, \'.S , a graduate
of tin- Ontario Veterinary School, wiil
he in N'ew Westminster every Friday
ani Saturday, ami will examine your
horses free of i barge.
DR.   H.   D.   BROWN,  V.S.
Men's
High Grade Shirts
to return to
land-   Roeri
The most important accessory to a Man's apparel
is his personal linen.
We have given our Shirt
Stock special attention this
season.
In form, fabric and style
our Shirts represent the
best efforts of the most
noted Shirt Makers.
White Shirts, Dress Shirts
Fancy Shirts, Soft Shirts,
Scotch Flannel Shirts and
Working Shirts, etc.
WE POINT WITH PRIDE
TO OUR SHIRTS AT
75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 to $2
H.L. DeBECK
Clothes an <_ Tojgery
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n,jn by Rev. VV. H. Barraclough.
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Tan color, just the thing for shooting, $3.50.
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BEST   ON   EARTH
THE MONARCH RANGE
It utilizes all the heating power of the hard coal, soft coal, wood or
coke. Ordinary steel and cast iron ranges sre fuel wasters. They may
work  well   until   the  bolts  become  loese where steel is bolted to cast iron.
The Monarcn range is different. It is constructed with malleable iren
frames, 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  air-tight  seams ���no danger of leaks.    FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN &  BRYSON
NEW WESTMINSTER.       VANCOUVER.
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GIFTS
For the
Coming
Yule - Tide
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If in quest nf something out o! the ordinary���where novelty or
artistic conception is sought���then can this store bn of the utmost
value in making your selections of gifts for Christmas.
Our stock is fast attaining   to   completeness.    Many   Buropeai jji
Novelties are ready tor the early holiday shopper's inspection.    See
ins that these cannot he duplicated, the advantage of early choosing j��j
is ohvious.
Those who come to see are quite as welcome as those who com.
to buy.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
Columbia Street lhe JEWELER
|;c��*��>>':o::co::c����>^^^ THE   DAILY  NEWS
SATURDAY.
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FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
yesterday's market was about up to
ih, usual standard, bul presented
di thing along the line of special feat-
:,..- a;; the regular merchants and
transienl traders were there, and ths
Fraser Valley meat market had aj
Miami at which they sold a special line
of prepared meats.
Mutton was, as usual, somewhat I
short, and the demand far exceeded!
ii... e ipply. The , riee was a little In
exci ss < f thai of previous weeke. No
lamb was  offered,    Beef   was  fairly
ph Dtiful, and was all sold without any
difficulty. Pork is commencing to
come in a little better, and some prime
stock was offered, The veal supply |
was a little off colbr, and a great deal
mon < ould have been sold had 't
been available.
Eggs remain scarce, and they now
retail tit a straight 5c apiece,   Wholesalers wore keen to buy, and paid 60c '
i er dozen,
The chicken markel was not quite
eo vigorous as it .has been for the
past few weeks, bul the offerings were
oi an excellenl quality, only a very
few geese were offered. Those ori the
market wen bought In by Vancouver
dealers.
There was a large offering of potatoes, ami the demand was on tlie weak
siik'. The havers paid from $1_ to
$14  per ton, according to the stock.
Of apples there was a good offering,
and the demand was ahout equal to
the   supply.
The vegetable stalls show the approach of winter, and a number of the
lines usually offered are beginning to
get scarce. The florists were in their
accustomed places, s. Q. Tidy had a
choice variety of bulbs ajid pot plants,
and offered carnations and chrysanthemums along the line of cut tlowers.
Davis, the Burnaby florist, in addition
to his other lines, had violets for
sale. Muirhead and E. & G. Stride
also had flowers and pot plants for
sale.
Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, Tc to Sc lb.
Beef, forequarters, 3%c to .Vac )b.
Veal, Oc to .V_c Hi.
Mutton, l.e lb.
Pork, !)M,c to 10c lb.
Dressed fowl, 18c lb.
Potatoes, $]_. to $14 ton.
Onions, $l._,r, sack.
Eggs, 60c dozen.
Butter, 30c to 35c lb.
Fowl, $7 to $. dozen.
Chickens, $4.50 to $6.50 dozen.
Ducks, $10 to $11 dozen.
Geese, $1 to $1.25 each.
Apples, 75c to $1 hex.
Pears, $1 to $1.25 box.
Retail prices of garden produce:
Corn, 15c dozen heads.
Cabbage, 5c head.
Parsnips, 15c dozen.
Beets, 15c dozen.
Carrots, Kic dozen
Pumpkins, 15c to 25c each, accord
ing to size.
Tomatoes (ripe), f.0c box.
Tomatoes (green), 40c box.
Onions, l'vl'C to 3c lb.
Celery, 4 bunches for lOe.
Citrons, 4 for 25c.
The Royal Bank of Cana,
Gentlemen:
Have you seen the "Dr. Special"
Waterproof Boot?
Are you wearing a pair? If not, you
should be, as they are the only absolutely waterproof boot made.
Ask to see them; insist on having them; take no
others���as the "DR. SPECIAL" is in a class by itself when waterproof shoes are wanted.
''our
"Will.
:...
-laa,
Insures  absolute  secuiily   to depositor?.    START.-.,,
and you will never regret it.    People flo harder thin    .
nothing to show for it.
ONE DOLLAR opens an accouni.    But ii in ���    ,
L would Pnit|
ably be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR  deposited ever)     ���      -... b
ten years amount to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK
US ��iU
NEW   WESTMINSTER   bHANCH
F-B-LYLE,Ma
nagerj
LADIES:
The Choicest of Meats Cooker] in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be  Obtained    at    All    Hours   at
Kenny s    Restaurant   and   Ca
Late Suppers After the Theatre a
Specialty.       Oysters    and    Game
in  Season.      -
For Fine Shoes we have The UTZ & DUNN,
manufactured in Rochester, N. Y.
Every pair of Patent Leather Shoes of this make
are guaranteed against cracking.   See that your
next pair is a Utz & Dunn.
Sold only in this city.
W.  E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Store
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    HADE ONLY ET
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
Military Airship.
Nantes sur Seine, France. Nov. Iti.���
"VI. !.( baudy's new dirigible airship. La
Patrie, constructed for the aerostatic
division of the French army, had a
b ici ��� ssful ti I..! to-day. It was manoeuvred ovei th*. plain:-: ten miles, and
back to the starting point, being alofl
an hour and fifteen minutes, with four
men iti the car, War Minister Pic-
quarl was present. La Patrie is con-
- ���: icted on the same gem ral plan as
M. Labaudj 'a previou   aii ships.
TENDERS
Will l.e received by the undersigned
up to the 15th day of November instant, for tin purchase of the fifty H.P.
Standard Gasoline Engine in the
schooner ".North." now lying at the
Governmenl docks, N'ew Westminster.
The highest or any tender nol ne-
< (ssarily accepted.
EDWARD G. TAYLOR,
Inspector of Fisheries.
Nanaimo, Nov. S, 11*06.
R# C�� Pllf dy�� The Confectioner
Is now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramels
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full line of G. B. and Lowney's Chocolates.
W. IN. Draper
I
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU ,        C.
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.      _���-
e and Saw
Mill   Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOI
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL   (ALL  paid  up)    J1<'W1
RESERVE FUND  M0*
Rt. Ilon. Lord  Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    'l.   C,   M.
G,   Hcraorarj President
Hon.   Sir   O.   A.   Druuiniond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   Genera!  Manage;
General hanking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities iu Canada, in  Londen, &*���
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents In all parti0']
world.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER.AB
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
SING   SUN   FLOUR
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
LTD.
F.   G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, V.
ancouver. MD*"
<Of.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
���s^rr-
fowded for Room
we are offei .* _
see Toilet Sets thi
"-'  -���   beaut
. -. at
$2.50 PER SET
COME AND SEE THEM AT
DAMS & DEANS
]F YOU WANT DRY. COMFORTABLE FEET
BURING WET.  UNCOMFORTABLE WEATHER
GET YOUR   FEE"    NTC
The "DICK" Old Country
Damp Proof Boots
���
Youths, $2.00       -     '-       Bo>s, $2.75
Boys can t wear these out in one season.
Gent's from S4.00.
J.STEWART  -    SoleAgent
Old Country Boot Store. Columb .   St., NeA  West--,  nster,
FUEL
In cold, chilly, damp weather nature calls
for warmth and heat. The human body
carries warmth and heat, but it needs fuel
to keep the fires going and the blood warm
and healthy. The finest fuel in the world
for the human body is a dish o\
B. & _K.
Rolled Oats
1
Houses For Sale
I
est Buy in City
pOlots on 6th Avenue. '
nly $1100 cash.
r ���'���    -      iy   housi     sta de,   chicken
house, two fu its, all modern
Impr ivements,  Third   street, betwei n
'������' ���     .:   an l   Fii       1 venues,   $2,250.
$1,503 cash; good
.. -  ' roorne I li ���  se   all mo lern lm
-������    ' ���' ner   of   Sixi h proi 'menl.-.  fin 1 I m,   corner   1 I
\ ivenue,   6   rooms, :���"        .   sl eel and Agnes, $5,000. om
1. " ������ I In side ani hall     ish.
|' 1 lot, 66  \  132,  Boors	
with 1 .   ith    Price $9('0. i
��� 1:. Bi  utf 11 I -��� reet, rents Jl"���
|non sell for $1,5C0. Termi
i mce easy.
A Bargain
Seven-roomed cottage,
full sized lot. near Fifth
Avenue and Fourth Street,
price $1,200, $100 cash,
balance on time.
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 rooms,
bath, sewer connections,
all modem improvements,
splendid locality. $2800.
Terms arranged.
lots, Sapj erton, just
���'   in 1 Brunette, onl;
' ' he arrange 1.
Jtween Fifth an l Sixth avenues,
it, eight rooms, all
t able and i hii ken house, full
ireys,  $1,000 cash,
NNE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
In best residential portion of Now 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 flower's. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
House on R >j al and Eighth stn .t,
iwn  storeys, sewn   rooms,   full  sised
$2,000.
House and full slsed lot, 6 rooms,
on Princess street, near s;v!i avenue,
lood garden, frull trees, onl)  $.50.
Eighl roomed house , all m idem
conveniences, on Carnarvon stive: and
> \ a      eet, two store; s, $3,750.
House aad Iol on Acne, street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snip ol
$2,500.
Corner of S sl i .- ree' an 1 I' iui lb
avenue, hou ie an I _e.en lots, orchard,
frull ti ie . el   . $3,100, half cash,
Boarding house, 20 room ��� on Sixth
street, one block from posi office,
rents al $30 per month, or for sale al
$1,500.
Seveu-roomed house, Seventh Btreet,
near Fifth a\mine, iwo store: i, full
.Ised lm, $1,600.
House and full si.- ��� i :., , ,. tter 0|
Twelfth siieei nnd Fourth avenue,
$aoo. ;'.j storeys.
House, eighl room;. m 81 Gem ge
street, corner FourlIi, $2, .00; ea ij
tei ms
Hou ie, M room . I' ��� lots, ne ir
Fourth avenue and Seven h street,
$2,00..   Term i cau be an an red,
Farms For Sale -
i a ,   acres, Burnahi   Lake, $100 pei
Ivestors,   Investigate
i
��� ont,  660  fee'   nn
, ��� ....  ,,, Brunette, Jtui l60 acrea ::1 Surray, near Bi iwn &
,    , ,.   sapperton ,l!'!l- *7 l,er ���"'''''��� -""'
;                .. .,,,];. balance .. ' '  '       "       'an' '���   Bee  "s ''"'  '''"'
���' itei  fronl  ... '���     '
le o   the ru,-:- with- 20   >   e    docks,    I   dl   lands,   neui
tion, $20 per a i
- niare miles,   tl ,-.,-.,
., ,,i.   -    ne mile I rom A - o si u i,
"" ea8y' : i   i    ...  i leared, good a ill, 220- frufl
". Sections 28, tree3i .,..;,.��� $1,400. half cash, balance
" ' '���'. one-half pra!- in .-, .... equal payments al reasonable
*ome small   trees. |Q(e   ,  .      A   ;i|.   |(1  ,,   t.raaer,   \  a
si   ni   '             ,:.���:   11   ll   Sill It'    III I'd S 1 ni res near Junctl in, $400.
'      ' '���'  lira ���     ir    and   cedar;   nevei    I n
'*"'���'���"    ll     ;    '" ' ' ��� I.   ��2.000   ��� .fused   I-      In.
1 -,    11 :,-                                       ��� . a ,���     carriage house 16 x 21    hen
don, B.C., 70 ai ni ier.     lion ie 1111 le ol   h ��we 1  ll    Inld  In
- due 1 ,11             ;     muse    ml     1 a, > iar,  ; ' \   10;  n ch ine i nf a life
f    du      iod road      mg one    de I In e, $8,000, .' 1,0 ID 1 ish, bai iui _ al il
price $50 ;"    ' "���   hall rash,    . mi 1 ��� n ��� ent
1    '������   '  :'    ' ���"   '' " -'     * "      Ro"       1.   Block   8, City  of N iw   We I
-"" f��"   ":" ;'- ';- ' owner's w!f   Is In   .���,���,, ,,    il(.     , , ,���,���,, ,���  ,���  ;
bad  li' ill       nd  hns to gu  lun  cold m  ,-������    ,���,������,,,.,���   ���,,   ,,, l:,���.   plver.
cHmato,    Applj   to D   F  al    .b miB __,.h_ ,,,,������..,, t0 Brunette Over.
otsford.
SOO reel .miliar..' on that,    Price $10,
$���15 per acre; Sec-
[ ,;
i,a, .���.,,,,    ,.--,,��� 2.1, township il.  000.    Terms, $2,000 cash, $1,000 In B
: [orn 1;   Ranch, N'i omekl, 67 aere-.
���    Sei tlon 28, $55
���  '   Bl    Hammond;
Pin   River  Bridge. 13000:  terms' ha" 'us"
1 1  ie an l ".���. (0 acres near above, $7 1 er ai. i
Ex duslve a; sn ��� ���    - tor fuller p irtlculars,
,.   .             '   Ranch, Meknm.a ,V) acrea Improved land, bulldlnss
[                 ' ���''""���' built, 20 a r - m >  8heds complete, near Cloverdale;
Ina                 ���' *3'000' ba,lf cash, :,i:  -.,,-,;..,- cultivation, $ 15.000.    If you
[ . cm   handle  this, don't   delay;   It's a
I      '���    ' - 1
I; |          '������'       -"��� under cultiva-1 bargain; terms can be arranged.
"''���  ""������ all in | I:;, .���.,,.,_ 10o acres prairie, 38 acres
���    $3,000.  halt* n)gh   ,1|1(|    four-roomed   house, barn,
, , chicken    house,    all    fence I,   Jennj
- land in Delta, Ham iton dairy falrm. 2V4 miles from
montn 1, $2,00 > in one coar, $'_.iiihi in
1 'in j en: s, balnnce In five ye tra ��' 7
pe;   ( ell1
160 acres, N E 11 section 19, township i". Langley; small house, 80
acrea   cleared,    timber   valued   "$750.
VERY  SPECIAL. ,.,.,,.���   $|.50o,   one third   ei.sh,   Inilunce
[60 acres,  Westminster district,  10  ttj. 7 ngr cent,
,.   ..       ; ; ; -        lltlvatlon,    10   acres   or
2i/j  miles from   Vb .ol ifor I;   .0 a   es
nl lor botl 1.11, $1,200, half en ih
160 acres, township  11, sectl in  1 i,
��� 1 :, miles :' 'om Fori 1 angle  . -��� n   e ������
'. i��he I, $i.oco. one-third i a��h
Synopsii   of   Canadian   Home-
��(<*Ai. Regulations
an. availal Doml m Lands frith-
tn the Rallwaj Belt in British Columbia, maj he homesteaded bj anj per
.en who is the sole head of a tamtty,
or an\ male ever 18 years ol aga te
the extent or one-quarter section of
160 acres, more ot less
Entrj must be made pei .onally ai
the local land office for tho distrlcl In
which the land i. sli 11 .
Thc homesteader is reqnunl to perform ihr conditions connected (herewith under mc of thr follow mi. plans
111 A| l..is( six months' resilience
upon and cultivation "I (he land in
each year for three years.
(_!   If the  father  (or mother, if (he
father is deceased) of the hotttesteadei
resides upon a farm iu (he vicinity
of ihe land entered f'1' (he require
ments as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the fa
ihei   or mother
(j)   It Ihe settler has his perm menl
residence   upon   farming  land   owned
by him in the vicinity ol his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may If  satisfied  bj   residence  upon
lhe  said  land
Si\ months' notice in writing should
be given to thn Commissioner of Dominion Lands al Ottawa of Intention
io apply for patent,
W, \V. CORY.
Deputy  Minister ol the  Interior.
N. 11. Unauthorised publication ot
ibis advertisement will nol be paid
for.
Tenders for Debentures
SE .LED TENDERS will  be r I.
"���I bj ihe undi 1 ned up to the 19th
1] 1 of November, 1906, foi the pur
��� hi b ei di '"'!'' 111"' of the Fourth
11 pel '..'iie, 1 - ��� oi a VVesImin
iter, B.C.,   imonn   ng   u    \ enl 1   I hou
and tlollai ������ 1110,00 ���. and be u int.
Interesl al the 1 ate of five per 1 enl
1",- annum, paj ible half '.ear1-. the
pi Inclpal and Intere il being pa > able
sl ihe offli e of the linii' of Monl real
lu New Westminster, B.C.
The tenderer musi state ,;i" nei
pi lea he will pay here
The Corporation does nol bind Itself
Io accepl any tender.
W   \   DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hull. New Westminster, B.C.,
November 8, 1006,
chard, %  acres strawberries planted
r
���
���n river, near Scotl   Hammond, $40 per acre.    Don'l miss
���     al g i'n| buy.
180 acres, all  fenced, ready  for cul-
.   . tlvatlon, good water, half mile from
ihi.. year;   ilder bottom land, running
In,    house 18 x 22; frana ban, 80 ****> nl ��*����  ^ cultivation,   at
.   .���    i,  post frame house nnd row Chilliwack, |78 per acre.
��� Lbles   'hree in a!l;stable S rows an I 188 aeres, Coquitlam, 10 acres clear-
2 span horses; near Mts.sh.n Station, d- near Black's ranch, $2,000.
ichools, churchea near at hand: _ieutn- S and 10 acre blocks In Surrey, thr -1
er lands 'wire a day: ahout  10*0 acres miles I'ro-.ii the river, $10 per acre.
cQuarrie & Co.5 Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Flre Assurance Co. of London.
CURTIS' PW6 STORE
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r-��-r*^��i��,  ��,e��"   Ii   ��->..����� m*-*!   ��>'   %"1-+.
XV.-   "  11   fi��,--en,l   to  tbe top  of   61
Psul>  Bkj ��... >.,..-..   ���..,.   a,k.'   New-   tort
Cftj   In sta sr!��-   ��� ������ mj frif-nd ht
vi-r- pn. ��esi .' .-     , of Broadway nn-1
\. .. ct.-wt.   Knroring tbp 4oer��vaj ^ ,
<�����__,aft the elevaror  il  to.."* bul   s   few
.-. omenta io find wnwwlv'es ��t ibe top
-n-here from ilie - - ��� ' S we not only
took tn" the entire <-].\ , .Y 'ith Its brifk
.^aiis and smoking chimney*, I""11 *?^
far a. the aj-p ,^,mi1,. reseh wp aa��
n-dtpi and frPPn fields Vs .v ,\e
i.-.e.-.'.e.'. " 1- .....Id nol hPlp Ihinklnt ihr.
.>n tbi. spot for manj yeats rt^-l Bar
mim'. mnopiim, once thp dream of all
rtiili.Tfri and a p-aee tit iinn'erM.al in
lerest  to i-'to   01
A m,w�� tb.   ���    11 ���    ��� _'   I   Ittd  ��� '-     ������
ties ��oen ui Crf miiSPUm vome are  fi
miliar to thts daj    as  Niagara  V-   ���
wiih rea, waier. tiv,-   ,���������..   etc    .'.:���������'
^���lh.   fte   a (red   ���'���   '          '       ��� '
j,-. rs .--i.i  " 1 ������ had ono.  irsi
iteneral WasWl _ "
u  - to have iw��n captured bj the Fre
.   . v 1 ..���., ....    -.. 1 ���    in   the   Re -'
iiiouiitaiii.: the Indian wedding .,._..
tlie   . Inb   that   _ .���������':   C... talii   i
Torn   Tlinmb,   lli<j  tjti 111  who
around the  . ...  *.,   ,   .  ���    ,-h Uttl? C '
������ na .,....*. I  ������ i.s' tola V\  ���
ren. ('���..- ��.   .-.    . 1        . place before _
ma absent Wa <re nt Grace ehwnA " ;
, the -    ���>   -��� - outajdcj
the io ...   ���;... .- thai  was kep.  in x'
tank of salt m Si In from c-^
bar;  tbi ....    the   tfopb
. ���    nuxlore Nutt   knowiF ^8 1iK'
. \ .���     , ,      "��p
*" ��� '   ��� itor w ho . iuld  add a
���-.,..*-.��������� ���'* -���.  ���������-   ���  > ���_ - -     md vi ho
>.a    ,.      I MetllOlliSl I aa
I o\      \  i1-.    Bv an    tl c   N ��a   s,     1
���: ..       .      ���        it     m In the v ���
the v 01  v-    r  ���-,   liarend
��ii- in - -v - ii "���* ������ . " bethei it
�� a* y. mau 01 a nifcmkej tl - boa c >n
. ..��i-. seen Insfde .��� '< 11 ���-" _; > - ��� . 1 se;
the ,-betii . lored eafi the happy fam
lly, :\ cotlection o_ mix niir��. adder!
; abblts, pai r ��ts, birds etc. all lb one
enti', also two ii-i alligators, the Hi
im. skeleton, the birtiy mite thai
weiBbe.i onlj three pound'!, the fi^ii
with leas, the i-'i.ti mermaid, the
giraffe, tho rhinoceros, wl9l the tfopl
.ni birds parrots, eookatoom mocking
Mi\ia, humming birds, vultures and
eagle, nnd the well remembered iioe
and lml'v shows,
Theu there were the wai figures of
i>h ai,-. and murderers, Franklin
Pierce, Patrick Henry. Qenernl Washington James Buchanan, Gen il Mar
Ion, <.i-'i.-i ii i.nt'iueiie. i'a 1 \;:\ii;
K.,'\ itovdruor Mon in. Prince Imperial
or France, Mme Itc-land, Moll Plti her,
Nathan Hale, Poor ttlchnrd, Daniel
I ambert, the Veiled Murderess, etc
in mauj of the plays iiiiiiiinu scenes
were produced, as In "The Storm ol
Sea.''   where   n   Vessel   " :i"   itniel.   by
lightning an,i the crew rescued by be
Ing drawn by a rope up a rocky sum
mil  aud th* army ascending through <
ilie narrow defiles of the Swiss Alps    J
l'lie museum was burned on the afl
ernoon of July 13, i-'Ufv   The tire, tt
was thought, originated  In tbe pngin^
room, ii  being necessary to keep up
steam to pump fresh nir Into the wa
ter of the aquaria nnd to propel the
fans thai  t<"pi the heated halls cool
The   flames  began  In  the 1 innager's
office nml extended to a 1 pai  1 of the
building    The manager   ho\ id _a-e:n
presence of mlud by depositing several
thousands of dollars In 0 safe before
in- escaped from the building.   Fully
40,000 persons witnessed the Bre, who
saw the tall womau lowered by means
of rope . to the sidewalk and beard the
shrieks of animals  in  the menagerie
nml  the grovi is of the  : - ngal tiger,
The  Ilon  and  hi - mate,  \i ho had  es
caped from their 1 Rge, were seen n ill
In_r along the floor ���:::���] an encounter
beneath  the reel'  between  the e igl i
nml n serpent, " hen the \ Id rrlou 1 e
gle  bore off his en smy  In his tai
amid   loud   cl rs     rhe   polar   	
escaping from tbe building, walked
through the streets to the custobi
house,   whe - { to the   bal
cony, li" fell and bi oke bis neck. ��Itb
er animals, lumping frnm the win
dows. caused the crowd to stamped ���.
when gome i"st their hats, others ha 1
iheir coats toin, and many bee 11 ���
awfully   1iMi_.11.1-1l   by   falling   In   the
mud.   The 1 nlhs of the 1�� 0 vi bi
the km'! " 1   and croi odlle �� ere foun 1
111    Hi"   1 Ulll I ll -   lOBS   of   n 1   Otlll
building in the City could bai e cau I
so much excitement and regrel ns Bar
mini's museum,   Brooklyn 1 lltlaen
V\ llf-n    Men    Vere   Bti. tie*.
"Bustles  were  ridiculous,"  snm   ci
antiquary,    "l>o   you   remember   th  )
bustle  of   ISSBV     II   shot   straight   out
from the Waist, n broad seal on wb. '.
honestly, nn adult could have sat.   Ve;.
Ii||slle<   were   rlcllCUlOUS,   lull   111)   lllu''
ridiculous than the tournures of Fran
els   II.     The  tournures  were  worn   by
men.     They   were    bustles   front    Instead  of rear "in> .     Ves,  In  the time
of Francis  tl, portliness was eons 1
ered   stately,   and   men   tied   on   tmir 1
niires,  or  false slnmaobs,  In  order to'
achieve sn nir of dignity." )
.-|inrii-'..T. \
The need of the world today Is character. It has brilliancy. -It bus ca-
paelty. It has ambition. It litis energy. It lacks men who stand on the
solid rock of honesty, who seoru to
take anything thnt they hnve not right
fully earned, whose word can be trusted seven days in the week, wbo are
self contained, resolute nnd strong.
Slander, that worst of poisons, ever
finds an easy entrance to Ignoble
minds.���Juvenal. THC DAILY   NEWS
UAT��RDAY
NOV.,
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CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,   |New Toilet Sets.        Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN      COMFORTABLE      CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
M. BELYEA & CO
Telephone    150.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Mmr&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
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
Mmn'M  I'nron*rl��n_   Harking Bark tm
Primitive Time*.
The love of sand is universal, felt by
all and at all ages. Tbe child finds in
In a ready and a plentiful materinl for
giving something of definlteness to the
world of bis childish imagination, and
when experience shall bave proved the
real world to be less pleasant and not
expressible in sand be nevertheless as
a grown man tacitly admits the attraction of tbe old time medium and
spends his holidays upon it. No watering place need trouble as to its prosperity if it bas n broad forefront of
sand.
Probably so general aud lugraiued a
love is only to be accounted for as the
result of a sympathetic and unconscious "barking back" to tbe feel of
tbe life on tbe dry sundy soils of tbe
east, upon which man first wandered
and in which he first delved. He can
sit or lie with greater comfort aud
ease���as be originally sat, without a
chair, or lay, without a couch���upon
sand than upon any other kind of
earth, and upon sand be reverts readily and without fear of convention to
primeval barefootedness. Possibly even
the charm of the "sanded floor"���iu tb.
concrete to our forefathers, the comfort and coziness of cherry Inn parlors
and kitchens, warm with the ruddy
beat of glowing logs, on snowy nights
���may also be due to vaguely assertive
instinct.
ln proof It may be readily concluded
that fur distant man would not bave
been long lu finding out the advantages of n dry cave as a dwelliug
place. It would be found most readily
In soft, friable rocks. The natural and
further easy expansion of the cave to
meet growing demands for bouse mom
by Scraping down of roof and sides
would result iu a sanded floor. Litter
of rude cave living and housekeeping
could he more easily swept out with
the leafy bough or bunch of sedges
acting ns the original broom when
mixed with s.nnd than without its aid.
The savage family which swept Its
enve oni oftenest nud mosl thoroughly
would certainly be tbe healthiest and
strongest.���London Spectator.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter ini.nded for this column should be addressed, Social Editor, Daily New*, P.O.
Hex 4U2, New Westm��n-ter."
St. George's hall was never prettier
than last night, when it was decorated ,
for a dance given by the Quidquii
Li bet club. bong festoons of ivy were
taken from the corners to the centre
of the room, and under each was a
string of pennants of alternate light
blue anil white, the club colors. Flags
were artistically draped across the
windows, and on the walls were Q.L.C.
in large light blue letters outlined
with ivy. At intervals hung blue;
I shields on which were programmes
printed on white cardboard, each
dance on a separate piece, and all
laced together with blue and white
ribbons.
The supper was in ihe hands of the
young ladies, and if "the proof of the
pudding is in the eating," they must
have been more than satisfied thut
success  had  crowned  their efforts.
Addison's orchestra furnished excellent music, and "all wen; merry as a
marriage bell."
The committee conslste I ol Messrs.
F. Bilodeau, R. English, A, McColl. S,
McColl, o. Peele and ti. Turner. The
following ladies consented to aci as
chaperon..: Mrs. J. C. Armstrong, Mrs.
T. J, Armstrong, Mrs, J, C. Brown,
Mrs. A. J. McColl. Mrs. James Leamy
and Mrs. DeWolf Smith.
I   ���
Among others present were Miss
, i Margaret Lewis, Miss Lillooet Armstrong, Miss Constance DeWolf Smith.
Miss Freese, Miss Eleanor Brown,
Miss Gertrude Brown, Miss Nora Ann-
strong, Miss Josephine Martin, Miss
Winnie Keary, Miss Veda Leamy, Miss
Sophie Bilodeau, Miss Anna Morrow,
Miss Violet Ladner, Miss Alma Leamy,
Miss Alice Macnaniara, Miss Gladys
Corrigan, Miss Bella Lord, Miss Muriel Cotton, Miss Marguerite Watson.
Miss Doris Clute, Miss Manueila
Briggs, Messrs. Will Manin, R. Bryce
Brown, Hubert Leamy, R. Baker. K.
Dorrell, Gerard Clute, Paul Corrigan,
Hamilton Harrison, Frank Hill, Albert
Beattie, Adam Johnson, Claude Hill,
Parnell Keary, Willie Keary, Stanley
Gilchrist.
The Misses Corbould entertained at
afternoon tea on Thursday. Among
those present were Miss Brymner,
Miss Dougherty, Miss Cotton, Miss
Charleson, Miss Martin, Miss Ethel
Homer and Miss Leamy.
John Sprott, road superintendent, returned yesterday from Chilliwack.
i
J B. Kennedy, M.P.. started for Ot-
tawa yesterday afiernoon. He boarded the train at Sapperton, where a
number of his friends were on band
to see him off.
Lester W. David returned bome
yesterday morning after spending
���-ome time in Seattle on business.
Miss Jessie Maclachlan and party
left the city yesterday afternoon  by
the  C.P.R.   far   SlcamOUS,   where   ihey
will give an entertainment.
Robert Bell, of Seaforth, Ont., is
visiting in the city for a few days, the
guest of the Rev. J. S Henderson
Mr, Bell is taking an extended trip
along the Pacific coast, and will leave
next, week for Seattle, where he will
I remain   for   some  time.    He  ls  the
.�����*****���*��*<
[Economy!    WEEK END
SALE OF
REMNANTS
argent's Gem
Kood Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
housekeeptr'stime
and strength.
With it many
attractive anil
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
if it were not for the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread,
crack.rs. etc. It dots not mash,
squeeze, tear or grir.d. but chops
the food as you want it���fine, coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. N'o kitchtn complete
without it.
Rigorous Reductions on All ShorTijjJ
of Goods for FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
L
ANDERSON
& LLSBYJ
head of lhe James Bell Threshing and
Separator Manufacturing Co.
Francis C. Balston, of Regina, Sask.,
arrived in this ciiy yesterday on a
lour  of  Inspection.    II   the  prospect
pleases. Mr. Balston intends to remove
here with his family next spring. He
Intends to remain on tbe coast for
about three weeks before returning
home.
Displayed on our centre tables tor these two da i
*"' oe found J
dreds of Remnants at  reductions thai will make lt .. ...    1
-such nre  the   low  prices.   .Dress  Goods,  Muslins, Flannel.!!.    _. " 1
ll"S,   BI.USJ yl
terials, Cottons, Sheetings,  Sateens, Ginghams,    Embr. _<-.,. .     ������ I
: in .'.,������
able lengths for  variety uf us�� . .
An  interesting  feature  of  our   Remnant Sale   >���
:' 18 tl 0t
liced iii the large number of ends Buitable for Chi _ti
nng lhe wanted ends are Silks, Satint,   Baby   Ribbons.  Wide R,Db
Valenciennes and  other Laces,  in  all   widths      Remem
and Saturday only.
Ml
W. S. COLLISTER & Cl
Tide Table -Fraser River   %*******^^
For
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
N
the
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13
14
15
16
17
18
EW WESTMINTSBR.
week ending Nov. is, 1906:
Nov.
Nov.
Nev.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
High
Water.
     2.20
14.DO
     3.30
1D.IIU
     4 30
10.00
     5.15
16.0D
     6.20
17.10
     7.15
17.50
     8.10
18.35
SAND HEADS.
High.
Time. Ht,
....  1.42     9.5
14 17    12.5
,... 2.50    10..
14.50    12.7
50    11
15.22
. 4/46
15 55
12.9
12.2
13.6
.42 12.9
13.1
13.6
16.32
   0.35
17.12    12.9
  7.1.0   13.9
17.50   12.5
Low
Waler.
8.45
22.10
9.40
23.20
10.35
0.35
11.23
1.10
12.05
1.55
12.35
2.35
13.25
Ixi w.
Time. Ht
7.28    6.6
20.54    5.3
8.29
21.2H
9 24
22.05
10.15
22.4 2
11.05
11.56
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served. We
need the cash and you want the goods.    This  is a  chance
V
*i of a lifetime.
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W. E. FALES,
,���, 710 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Str��.|
5.9
4.0
6.3
2.7
6.9
1.6
7.4
0.7
8.0
0.07    0.2
12.50    8.5
LADIES!!
NEW LOT OF
:���:
Wood to Burn!|
Just Opened
���AT���
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
J. MEN LEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth 8treet,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
BLACKSMITHING.
*y>_^:'��_*_<c'i_'c��>':o::��;'��*^^
I DON'T WORRYl
;���;
| :-: About the Coming Elections :-: i
i s
*   ������������-������-���____���--_-__________________________����_���.._^ __ &
A   < HO I lull _   Srntiii. I.
It wus the small brother of pretty
Margaret who opeued the front dour
in response to Mr. Goodyear's ring.
and bis face took on a singularly alert
expression as be siirvcTrd ihe caller.
"No. she isn't in." snid Margaret's
brother.    "Are   are yen Mr. Hamlin?"
"No," said the young man; "I am
.Mr. Goodyear. Dues thai make any
difference about her being at home?"
And be looked searehingly at the boy.
"Course not," said Bobby Indignantly. "I dou't tell stories, nor Margaret doesn't. But if you'd been Mr.
Hamlin I was to tell something about
ber coming homo and get 10 cents if
I did il right and didn't tell the wrong
one. I need that money, and sn. you
.ee. I didn'l want lo make any mistake.    Goodby." -Youth's Companion.
AN IDEAL COUNTRY HO
..For Only $25 Per Acre!
50 acres of Meadow and 30 acres of Fine, High Land, witli
some good Cedar and Spruce. Beautiful situation, and co. J
veniently distant from Westminster Junction and Pitt River.j
Exclusively For Sale by
Malins, Coulthard & Col
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,   I
ColumbiafSt, - - New Westminster B.|
| FURNISHEO KOOMS, Suitable for Light Housekeeping
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������+�����������������������
Electric Railway Service!
| THE FUTURE OF NEW WESTMINSTER |
������ IS ASSURED   .
>:
-ft.
���;
;���;
:���:
Tbe  Labor  nf  Mountain  Climbing.
Below i. a curious calculation <m
the amounl of energy expended by a
person weighing IGS pounds In climb
in;, a  mountain pen)< 7,000 feel  high,
the   time  aliened   for   lhe  ascent   being
five hours: By careful calculation ii
is found Unn ihc total an i of labor performed is equal t,, ralslug
1,380,000 pounds in a height of nne fool
or   Ihat   of   raising   nne   pound    to   a
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouvei- and way
stations Wlll run every bait-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to ll p
m. excepting at ~:'S,0 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run frnm Cen!ral Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
G l'i a in. tn 11  p m,
20 Minute Service���,\n transfer,
Between 12 and _ and 6 and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during I*
malnder or day.  Transfer""
Leopold i'lace.
Sunday   Service   balf-bourl. I*
tween v a.m, and n \'ni
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service      un 6.25 ���
m   to  ll  p.m., ���
VS  and   _.  and  5       I   ���������-:H
which hours l   ' "     *
half hourly.
Sunday  Service   hall ' )|
(IV.'I'll
:;u a.m. un I " i'ul
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
. +4 ����,�������������������������������������������������***** I
��*���������������������������.
height of 1,380,000 f<
el.
i if tbls_fnor-
H Are YOU Donating" to a Landlord ? I
'���' �� Cl
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
ing business of R, H. Benson, 1 will
be pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new ones, Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth  Street.
G-roomed Cottage and Lot 99x <t��1 AAA
132, near Bridge  -��pl,UUU
7-roomed House,  Queen's Ave.,    1 CAA
East End     l,OUll
8-roomed House, 4th Ave., near    o iaa
tith St., new and modern     ��jlUU
7-roomed   House  on   Canarvon    1 OAA
Street       l,OUU
N. B.--VERY EASY TERMS CAN BE ARRANGED.
iiiiiiis. amounl uf work 1,170,000 fool
pounds are expended by the muscles of
the leg. in raising nr lining the body,
12,000 by lhe heart In circulating the
blood, 30,000 by the chest in breathing and 54,000 iu the various coitions of balancing the body, overcoming friction of tti" ground, etc,
F. J. HART & CO., <* |
a :���:
"<K*'S<v'*'s*SM'*:vy.'��r��*:w
I   ill III Nil     _ III 11 till IIII}'.
All the way our driver bail been very
chatty, lie Inhl us bow he had chosen
his wife. He said: "There whh some
talk of her iu the village, My mint's
nephew spoke to mo of ber, but I
never saw her Iill tbe day before we
were engaged. When I heard of ber. I
went to the puhumy man of speech���
who always arranges these things. I
gave him D marks for her. She liked
what she heard of me, nud she gave
hlm, lis she was hound, n white shirt.
Then I though! I would see ber, so we
arranged to meet at church at Unul
kleml, and we went there, and It was
all right we get on together."���".Vignettes of Finland,"
Horse Clipping Machine
W/E have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable*for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. ()ul
clippers work easier, clip faster and take 8
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longei
than any other on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
great labor saver.    Call and  see  theni at
T. J.  TRAPP & C��\
Limited
fell
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