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 VOLUME 1, NUMBER 21G*J
\roker reveals
bank's methods
|the  Case   of   the   Ontario   Bank,   Evidence   Is   Given
Which Shows Need of Independent
Audits.
"READY, AYE, READY."
.    I     . has.  McGill, ��� ..
(      . i- ol  the wrecked  On-
lefon   Magis-
lay, on the original
;.   e rei urns to the
t
anking an i bro
.    ���   i'.   _mes & Co., was
. !.   and   explained
a-   between  McGill
a  in  a  "C.  Mc-
[   . i   unt,"    Crown1 Al I  .
I ehi itieS, '������������'��� mting
i.i   w hit h  ���'.':.   ti   the.
with Ames1 firm.
Km 1    firm dl 1 not know
' he bank's money.
. ed  if the ��� vldent
:  McGIU's  paper in
i Montreal  would have
ing   i.bings   in   To-
.   . : -...' say so
a      , : :   ihe   magistrate,  "the
���     ���       : ���.'.-'  book, Indicating
, .   .   the bank  $136,1  is a
'   ���
:������ .M.d-;.... counsel   for  McGill,
that, assuming Mc-
he bank, the ac-
as    against   the
.. can tel] me whe-
s fi ������ banks to spe-
buying and  selling
rgin'" -,, i tl'   magistrate.
"bi-  and  margins,"
. ie answei     ' There is a  differ-
: A   bank   may   buy se
i ���  ..a!;,   a   part   pay-
Cam      a   banks."  Ami-'  s tid,
���ometltni   undertake large under-
|. s nn onlj  ran  paj ments."   He ,
���if stock   buj ing   by '���
11 wi
���
an   s,   but   would
quem  or oi Iim
Aim
i oi I   wag   ma ie   to
showing an apparen    l<      . ��� >!:. ���
������   Ames'  li::.    ��� .    .      ....  McG.| |
must bave known thi     atement to bi
Incorrect. Ib   ,.    ,       ,  -,t,,:.      ..
Btock   dealing      ��� . times  Bold   ���
whicb wa   a pun  gan de,
The Insurance Commission,
Ottawa, Nov. ., !:��� . ��� . | the in-
' '��� ance i 'I .a..:- -b n will . ��� in
hand of n ... f pi liai a nt ��������� th
In a wee], after the i pi ain. ol he
session. Thi; will nean bat if an;
legislation i- i juired as a result ol
the report, it can I e frann 1 and introduced before the holidays. This
morning there were no witnesses, and
he commissioners sa- In private, summing    up   evidence.      The   next    pa     ..
H" eting will be held som time next
week, and will pro:.,-, |; .. the last
The only thing of any Importance tha'
remains to be done i- to I i ai evidi ni
of the life Insurance managei -' association.
London, Xov. 9 At the Lord Mayor's banquet
to-night in the Guildhall, responding to the toast
"lhis Imperial Services" War Secretary Haldane said
that he and tiie first lord of the admiralty, Lord
Tweedmouth, realized it was a solemn duty on their
part not to diminish the country's fighting"' force by
' ��ne whit. It wa.s the duty of a Christian people, the
speaker continued, to set an example bv reducing the
expenditures for armaments, but unless they had a
response from other nations this was impossible.
_ The speaker hoped the time would come when
nations would look back upon these days as a period
( of barbarism, and wonder why they had spent mil-
} lions in this manner.    But until that time arrived, it
, was in the interest of peace itself that no nation let
j down its strength, and it was the duty of Great Brit-
am to maintain its fighting efficiency." The Marquis
of Kipon, who wa.s almost inaudible throughout his
speech, replied to the toast, "His Majesty's Ministers." He expressed the government's satisfaction
that it had been able to continue the foreign policy
of Lord Lansdowne, and said he was glad to be able
to declare, after consultation with Sir Edward Grey,
that at present all indications pointed toward peace.
"WTe wish to ba, and we are," said the Marquis of
Ripon, "on friendly terms with all nations."
GRAND NEW HOTEL
1 CRASHES DOWN
	
Planned   As   The   Finest   Structure   On   The   Coast,   It
Falls   Into   a   Heap   of   Ruins ���
Many Lives Lost.
Steamer Touche. Bottom.
Montreal, Nov. ;���. -The Donaldson
lino steamship Athenia, McNeil, from
Montreal to Glasgow, wenl ashore this
morning ai Cape i: u . 15 miles this
side of Que',,,.. but was floated a;
high water thi- afternoon and proceeded to One:,, ������. i- it thought ehe
did not receive any serious damage.
Cute Yankees Find
A New Expedient
Halifax. N.S., Nov, 9.���A new j.hase
ol  thi   fisheries dispute between Am-
n  fishermen and   the  Newfound-
Not   Guilty.
.Morden.   Man ,   Ni v.    '.' ���M.   Doj 1(
accused   of  murdering   V.   Weller   al
Snowtlake. Man., lasi oar, was found
not guilty by 'he jurj thi- afternoon
Newfoundland fishing grounds for her-
ring. It is thought if this plan proves
successful, other  Gloucester  captain
-   ...iiiiii in has developed. Three may adopt it.    This will offset  the.!
1  Gloucester,  Mass., fishing feel    of   the   Newfoundland   govern-
in i-  havi   arrived here for the ment's contemplated action to prevent
���  of securing crews made up of Newfoundland      fishermen    manning
N'ova   Scbtian   sailors   to   proceed   to American vessels.
Li ng ;:���.. ';. i'..i . Nov. 9.���The huge
structure uf tbe $750,000 Uixby hotel,
trsi   of construction on   the
hi  ���   i   llapse 1 without warning
1.45  to-day, BUpposedl.   a.- the  re
" fa ' ���    constrm tion, killing be.
i   twelve   and  fifteen   workmen
'   Injuring   more   than  a   score of
'������   -    The building was of reinforced ete and t he men wer" en.-In- 1
eath    ��� ne ,ih ti,,. tons  of mortar
and iron.   Only iwo of tb" dead have
��� en ������ covered.
'", war I   of   twenty   injured   have
���' a     move i io the Long H< ach Ho
I   . which   is  filled tii  overflowing.
II   Is  statted  that  more  than  fifteen
kmen    an-   Still    buried   ill   the   il;>-
1 li-'.
Ft. A, 1.'. ��� . wlio was taken from the
-.    with bis leg gashed and Buffer-
internal  injuries, said:
1  was a;   work on  the fourth floor
thi   ��� biding,  nailing down a joist.
1 noticed four or live laborers carrying   a    heavy  beam    trom   the   front
vard    tic   central    portion    of thej
building.    When   they    arrived about
the  centre,  I saw  Ihem  lei   the beam
fall     with    unusual     violence.      The,
whole building shook and  then seemed
to   crumble   and   fall   beneath   us.    I!
saw workmen jump in all directions
i'i attempting to escape the wreckage.
I fell  straight  back  into  ihe Interior
cf the  structure.    When I   struck the'
ground below l lost consciousness and
knew  nothing more  until  some  men
rescued me."
The Hotel Bixby was to have been
one of the best appointed hotels on
���he Southern coast. The total cost
of the building was estimated at $750,-
800. The plans called for I*.'', guesl
h.i.T.i ��� rs and the building covered a
ground space of  175x348  feet,    Pour
Btor^vs  of  iii,.  si;,. -,.���,. |Kli|   ,.,.ache(|
 pb'iion.     |:   was  being    built   on
the beach facing ib" ocean.
Amateur Cowboy.
The drunken bravado of a logger
ami iho antics of an Infuriated cow
provided a few minutes' amusement
around tin C.P.R. depol yesterday afti 'noon, ib" grand finale being excit-
ll - enough to satisfy the mosl exact-
it..-. The cow was one of a number
Which were I,eing driven along Front
street, but she manage.! to stray away
from the herd and was proceeding
along Columbia street, when the logger Interposed in bei path, and grab-
bing ber by ihe horns, attempted to
throw tin animal in Hie most approved mala ior fashion. Having never
1 "en in a Spanish bull fight, however,
tbe cow did not understand, and ob-
ji cted to the attentions of the would-
be toreador in no uncertain fashion.
With a sudden thrust of her head,
she managed to break the loving hold
the logger had on her horns, and then
the fun commenced in earnest. The
cow assumed th" offensive, and attempted to pin the man to the ground
by goring him with her horns. As
the logger appeared to be In imminent
danger of being Impaled on the furi-
ous animal s horns, several bystanders
went bravely to his rescue, and a fight
for the possession of the hone of contention commenced. The cow was finally- overpowered by sheer weight of
numbers, and the logger was rescued
from his perilous position.
-KNOWN MAN PRESIDENT DISCLAIMS       TRIUMPHANT HARRIMAN      "ERIN 61) BRAGH" EONBON PAPERS TALK       RETURNS STILL TELL
BSED IIE SMUGGLING ALL INTERVIEWS TO GO ON GRIDIRON FITS THE CASE1      ABOUT U. S. ELECTION      A STORT OF PROGRESS
Inent   Official   is    Said   to  Have
Ue.   His Pos.tion to Cover
Criminal Acts.
White House St. terrier* Warns Public   Interstate  Commission   Getting  Ready    Irishmen  Capture Eig   Events at  Ath-   The Wse;<lies  Published To-day  Have
Against Reccrts of T_!k With to  Make it  Hot for "Harri- letlc Society's Meeting in Notable Comments on Ameri
can   Politics.
Pee:-.   . t
man System.
letic Society's Meeting in
New York.
I
I   '
a.   J,   \.   Bum ��� .  for
... ���    Sh, riff <  i .
���   ' ntlj : bi   partnt r ol
��� . ��� .  ..',   I'i .   she--
��� a-:, in a  pi !���
- ��� iu;..    was   ai na-h ���!
.    :��� a ' "ii, laint sworn
������   ��� . spei lal agent ol the
��� '. .     i ba: gi ,|    with
a sational case with
a-  offli lals   of   the
deal In  years, not
.  omini in e   of
��� cause of the
��� I b) him in car-
'     ���     IIIICH       !���   lsill�� Sa.
1   worth  .75,000.
arrest  it nice was
in iln   Interesl of
'   anieii:  to un-
��� . -  which li ���
belli ve   '.'.��� re
��� in l Lynden, on
ne, 'an i; lias
ivi    Igi Hon as
��� ��� li ral offlci
n . .    ��� end-
n I   goo Is   i ver ihe
A Terrcnst Outrage.
I,  Nov, 9.���The mall
tation last night
well ,n mi l and
"i the station
11 hundreds of bullets
nlBts.   one of the
Washington,   N  ���    9    This   state-
I:m :::   was   na. le  pu ..:   the   White
house to-day: ' r i man; . ears it has
neon the In. at la i k tice never to
attempt to quote a private conversation with a pn Idi it has been
found, as a matti r i I :. thai the
man who quotes such .. conversation
usually misquoti ��� It, whether consciously or unconsciously, and such
an alleged conversation is under no
circumstances to be held as calling
for either explanation oi denial by th"
president, The president is responsible only for what he himself says in
public, for what he writes, or for whal
he explicitly authorizes the proper
governmenl officials to state in his behalf."
... lington, Nov. 7.���A general investigation of what   is  known  as the
.a   iman system"  of   railroads,  undi ;  tl i  authority conferred by law, is
oni   ' :   thi   subjects  to   be discussed
by  tbi   Interstate  commerce commission    ;'      ...       the pressure of work
on   thi imittee,   an 1   the   great
amounl or and 1 ime involved in
SUcl   .   .   .....   Ing, the  merger thus
far has been      i.id   ���     only in a ten-
t.itlvi     ..   ...   aa !   ia    formal   decision
I een n aid". 1 ;.s to when the pro-
; si 1 enquiry shall begin or tlie
metho ba le be U bowed in securing
' a.        n . I Ition  desired.
New Ye:.,. Nov. 9.���Martin .1. Sheridan, of the Irish-American A. ".. \ a
the star performer to-night at Hi"
o]. ain; games ol the two days' Indoor
championship meeting ,; tb" Amateur
Athletic union of the Unit< .1 States.
lie was victorious, in throwing i'a
pound weight for hei"!); and in putting the eight pound shut, with marks
ol 15 feel ll inches and til feet S inches
respectively; the latter, being a new
record, gaive him a bad above nil
other competitors.   Winners: 300 yard
Freight   Shipments   and   Bank   Clearings Indicate Large Volume
of Trade.
ian |on, Nov. 1". ��� Tlie leading
ri ,-iews make the recent elections in New York state a feature of
their comment,
The .sal unlay Review describes W.
It. Hearsl as the Cataline of American
politics and President Roosevelt as the
( id mi and "father of his country who
saved ii ly coming from Oyster Bay
t.i vote in .New  York"! I I
���". ntinuing, the paper sins Mr.
Hi arst dl ! no: altogether fail in doing whal hi set out to do. lie is defeat) d bul not crushed a.s a presidential     in lldate, "who   should   he Mr.
In
I'll]. .
"
���'������ l  io catch the
thi   car,   Imt   it
I - th   bis  arms.
���'.'��� ib" Joss of onlv
ll
the unknown
' ed letters, The
0 'een overtaken
' "I in pursuit,
I
Robb^ the Cop.
He Police Con-'
��� asleep in his
, 'enue, early ves-
- i roobed the
[ a   purse and
; elng disturbed.
Football To-day.
A representative city football team
has been gathered together for the
purpose of meeting the Hovers at
Moody Bquare  this  afternoon, and   .
. | game ol soccer will be Indulgi i
in. Although Ihe ga ne Is supposed I i
be In the nal ire i I a practice :< i the
Rovers, the li a n  that   bas been si
leafed lo. nice: thi IU Is one thai will
give them all ;h".v wan' in tiie way ' '
work before Iln.. are allowed to score
many goals. 'I'be game has been called for :; o'clock, and all juniors who
will be using t:1" grounds as a practice held ai ib." lime will l.e n questi I
to hie themselves away very quit ..
ami not make any bines about I .
either, Tim Mahoney will carry tiie
whistle around the fleld ami beep an
eye on the players during 'in game.
The tennis will be composed of tin
following players, ail of whom aie re
quested  lo    appear    sharp    on    lime:
Rovers���Goal, Davidson; backs. Leamy, Kirby; half backs, Anderson, S.
Turnbull, Peele; iei wards, Ambrose,
Johnston, Brown, L, Turnbull and
Wnu More. en. i,a-:; Goal, Parkin-
son: backs. Wedge Etherington; half
bucks, Purdy, Kirkpatrit It, McAdam;
forwards. Oddy, Mathews, Turner, Kyall.. Canfield.
Looking for Coal.
Ch tries C, Hopl Ins, rei resenting the
. an. Is    a   i'ii.,   of   Sedro
.,     a;..  Wash., was In 'be city yes-
ti i laj   an I   �� i in       ake  ar-
igements with the loi al i oal mer-
hants to handle Canadian coal al Se
dro Wooley,    Tbe  recent  coal   mine
. b  have   "   ��� i  bave.'  wiih the
i   | trad    on Ihe other side, and the
,   ,    I '.in   mines   | innot    Supply   fuel
��� ��� i .ach foi consumption, and the
I ,. . :   the Se Iro   Wooley   district
are almosl entirely dependent on the
���.. ; tatlon of 'coal   for   fuel.    It   is
a, ssible that a huge business in coal
: may result from Mr. Hopkins' visit If
tl ��� ms  are arrived tit.
dash. Lawson Robertson, Irish A. C. j Bryan and Mr, Hearst rolled into one."
time 34 seconds;. 56 pound weight for The Outlook says: "The election
leight, Martin  Sheridan, l.A.A.C, 16  from ,-,,., ,,, ,.,s, u nmong the most
feet 3 ���liicb.-: 1,000 yards run. Melvhi
\\
time   2.27 4-5;
dramatic episodes in American  poll-
Shepard, l.A.A.C, ume a.a. ��-o;i.Uc8i President Roosevelt, in his tn
running high Jump. H. A. Gidney, Bos- mendoua |nd|ctmenl of Mr. Heafat,
ton aa. .*, feel LV6 Inches; standing j,IM,erii!od his own credit, Nothing
broad Jump, Hay c. Bwry, ny I.C., ,,,,. .������ overwhelming response of the
feel .'', inches.. poie vault for dls-   |h   ....       lld bave justified this extra-
*ee'   o  llnar;   appeal,  and   this   was   not
| forthcoming."
The S " 'i'ir i elieves that defeat
by  SO  narrow  a   margin  shows "both
Fort   William.  Ont.,   N'ov. P.���Some
idea  of  the   business  handled  by the
C.P.R.   at   the  docks in   Fort  Willia'-.i
can  be gained   by  the  increased  ton-
| nage of flour and package freight.   In
' October, 1905, the amount was 72,000
ions;  in October. 1906, it was 133,030,
an   Increase   of practically   100 i< '
'cent., as during four days, when lh'
strike was on, work was at  a sir.'''.
still.
Hani; clearings for the wee,, tell the
same story of growing business.
Montreal, "Toronto, Winnipeg, Ottawa,
Vancouver, Quebec, Hamilton, St.
John, London and Victoria all show
increases over corresponding week
las: year. Out of eleven cities named
in lhe reports, only one shows a dec-ease.
t.ince. M. .i. Sheridan, I \ A.C., I
1i . inches
Lockmaster Drowned.
Peterboro, (bit.. Nov. 9.���Chas. Fui
lb,' reality of Mr.  Hearst's power and
the depth of the grievances which he
New  Mill  at  Ruskin.
Another shingle and  saw  mill is to
.   : nip ai Ruskin early in 1907, by a
. , |, .nan win. balls from Hie Nether
,n I.-, and  who arrived  here  recently
.   ������.���. pUrposi id Investing liis capital in some remunerative enterprise.
Large timber reserves  have been _e-
i , i j,, me neighborhood, and tb- e
'will be exploited first   The managor
,. the new companj intends to build
a   ���,a,l   up  to  ibe  mill,  and   men are
a'. ,ady working at  the grading, and
nave 0ver three hundred yards com-
p]eted     The ���ew mill will be built a
short distance from the Fraser River
t, and will he in f;:I!
ler. lockmaster on the Trent canal at proposes to remedy." and adds: "Mr.
.': ; i b.'i Falls, was drowned yesler- Hearsl remains a victorious and dan-
day. He tripped on some object while gerous force in American politics."
a vessel was passing thn ugh the Then, speaking pessimistically, the
i anal, and fell lo the water, thirty feet paper says: "The conduct of tlie election was a disgrace to both parties,
; The whole business, from beginning
��� to   end.  was   a   painful   proof   of  the
below.
Fat .lob.
degradation of public life in the Unit-
Montreal, Ni v. 9.���11 is announced  (.,] states."
en  good  authority  that    Hon.   Chas.
Fiizpali'ick,   chief  justice   Of   the   su-
i ",'iue com:  of Canada,  is  to  resign Labor Fight in Hamilton.
shortly io become general counsel fo ., milton, Nov. 9.���The street rail-
the Grand Trunk Pacific at a salary  waj company announced to-night thai
it would start running cars Monday
morning. There are 32 cars and 100
lieu are required, These the company .says it has secured. Strikers
say they  will only ask the employes
Missing   Ship.
Halifax,   Nov.   it.���The   Norwegian
oal'steamer   Finn   is    missing,  and ! of the Cataract company, from which
Preparing   for   Baseball   Smoker.
The baseball club hoys are getting
right down to business in connection
with iheir forthcoming smoker, and
have issued licke's, which are now being sold by volunteers at six bits for
Ilie ringside seats and four bits I'or all
other chairs. Card- (ailing attention
to itio attractions a: the smoker have
also been distribute 1 throughout ib'
city, and maj le son in most store
windows. Handsomely ornamented
i ups have been secured, ami will be
presented to the winners of the wrestling contests, which are the main attraction of the evening.
A meeting of tbe committee was
held la.-t evening in ihe fire hall,
when tbe programme for the entertainment was revised and several new
names added. It was decided to send
a delegate over lo Vancouver to-day
for the purpose of selecting a referee
for the wrestling matches between
Cunningham and McKinnon and Wise
and .McDonald.
i.Miuljer Co.'s plan
.,   aii,,,, by next spring.
fears are entertained as to her nafety.
There is an unconfirmed report, that
she struck on Myron Island in the
Miigdellan Islands and went lo the
bottom with all hands.
the streel railways secures power, to
go (mt in sympathy as a last resort,
its it. would tie up all of tbe city's
manufacturing concerns also, being
dependent upon it for power supply.
Voluntary Advance.
Brlsbee, Ariz., Nov. 9.���All miners
employed by mining companies at
Brlsbee and Tombstone have receive I
notice of an advance of 25c a day in
wages to date from Nov. 1.
"^-i-..*. THE DAILY NEW
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WE HAVE DECIDED TO CONTINU
i
OUR
BIG
Until First Day of January,
Every article in the store must be sold, and we are offering them at prices never before heard of.   All ol
our fall and winter stock (just arrived) will be included in this sale.
Come and see what we have to offer, and be convinced that we are offering the greatest bargains ever put before the
public of New Westminster.
READ THESE PRICES:
Men's Suits, in tweeds, worsted and serges, latest
cut and patterns; made bv the best tailors in
Canada; regular $15, $18 and $20. <��Q QE
Selling for ^pU.UO
Men's Overcoats, latest styles and pat- CO 0
terns; regular $15 and $18, for -      -        *p*'**'
Men's Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats; &A Q
regular SIO and $12 values, for -      -        np^t.Z/
Men's Fine Tweed and Worsted Pants, latest patterns; regular $4 and $4.50 values,
selling for	
Men's $1.50 and $1.75 Trousers, will
be sold for, per pair   -
Boys" $3 and $4 Suits, for -
Bovs' Cravenette Coats; regular price
$0 to $8, for, each      -
A few Men's Odd Wool Shirts; regular price $1.25 to $1.50. to clear at
2.75
95 c.
1.75
3.00
65
c.
Men's Underwear, Penman's ribbed
regular $3, at, per suit
A few   Men's   All   Wool   Sweaters
regular $1.50,  for
Boys'   All   Wool   Sweaters;   regulai
$1.00, for    	
Blankets, only 160 pairs left; regulai
price $3.50, for, per pair
Flannelette Blankets, white and grey
regular $1.25, for
Umbrellas, good value
Men's Negligee Shirts; regular $1, foi
Men's Wool Sox, ....
SPECIALS: Men's White and Colored Handkerchiefs,  5 cts.
Men's Canvas Gloves, 4 pairs for 25c. Men's Suspenders, heavy and light, going at 15c. Boys' strong
Worsted Pants, 35c.
Specials  in  Everythirsr ���
1.90
85c.
50c.
2.25
75c.
45c.
45c.
2 for 25c.
Westminster Clothing
DAVE GROSSMAN, Proprietor.
E. DAVIS, Manager.
LOOK FOR THE RED SIGN
NOTE-TEN CLERKS WANTED AT ONCE *$ur.-"
:pAV.
NOV.
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THE DAILY NEWS
FLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
MILLING CO
CALGARY
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F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent. 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver.
lins & Steamers
I'M.   M MN   LINE.
..;��� X. W.  1 L.35.
[{. MISSION  BRANCH
Seattli   15.50.
1_   "; ar. N. W.  LS.40.
.,-   MINSTER JUNCTION.
,V   ��� in, 10.35, 15.40, 17..:.*.
.. 11.35, 16.40, IS 40.
NORTHERN RAILWAY.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves V'I< toria at ll p, m, ... I t,
Tth, 19 th , :. : .. .. [each month foi
Ashousit and way points; leaves Victoria on tbe ". and .0, for Q latsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTc.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster  on  -Mod
day,  Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursday
WpArpfV Pi rin 6 Out EMERSON'S DRY DOCK|uncle samuel has a
vv K^ni t; v^it; ai 11 igkjui Footof4th Ave. (,���, 16th street       ymE ^ ^
A LOT OF
New Westminster, B. C.
20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.   ''!;'!   Friday  at  2   p.m. a   I  Saturday
. V.*. 1.
��� .ii,.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
W. & Y���VANCOUVER
. W. 3 !'. in. and 9:55 p. m.
ani   a ������;  8.35 a.m., and 4 j..m.
ii. X. It.-POUT GUICHON.
V,. 9:35  am.;   ar.  Guichon
i.m.
|G.   ..��� :.. 2:40 ji. m.
n. and 6 p. m.
ar. N. W
fc. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 11 and Chilliwack
[a. m., and every half hour there-
il p. ru.
IVancouver  for "Westminster at
lours.
at 2 p. m. with a I I tion il trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thir- lay and Saturday at
17 a. m.;   Friday at  6 a. m. additional
; trip Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Wi tn nster, S a. m.
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwa ���: 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays calling at
landings   between   New   Westminster
China Tea Cups and Saucers
at S2.25 per dozen.
The Regular Price is $3.00
I     per dozen.
ADAMS & DEANS
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer cf
LITTLE WAH ON MM
Mexicans Ambush   a   Body  of   Texns
Rangers, and Four Ambushers
Are   Killed.
laser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
. '.   ' . Mon, Wed, Prid. 8 a.n,.
. ... Th., Sac, 7 a.m.
. V v.'. Tu., Tti.. Sat. 8 a.m.
Sun., Wed., i'ii.. 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
X. \V. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun.,
lay, 2 p.m.
iondi - . 5 a.m.
ton, 7 a.m. t Fri. 6 a.m. i
S ' ii day, a p.m.
.   .ND ISLANDS.
i N'.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
1 Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
7.15 a.m. i'< in p in.
'           Mill.
.  7 15 a on, 11.35 a.m,
1.7 15 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
'-,
. - 15 i.m, 3 30 p.m,
.a.m. 2. tm p.m.
'   ' a.m. 9 00 a m
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leave-: Vain, iver ,.- 2 p, m., 2nd
and li',:h of i . h ::.��� irl:. oalling at
Skldegate on firs! trip and Bella Coola
on second trip, I ��� ��� on arrival and
departure   are  appi  s mate.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED   GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster,
E.  .1   COYLE,
���',. st. Gen   P' ss    .cei t, Vancouver.
I      '   TROUP,
fjpneral Simer-nti   dent, Victoria,'
>)en. Agei t, Freight Dept.,
\'i ��  ���**���.'Sotmlnstflr
BLACKSMITHING.
Hi . ng bought out  the Blacksmith-1
ness of R.  H. Benson, I  will
eased to see all his old custom-!
ers, as v. "Ii as new ones.    Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON.
Eighth   Street.
Mineral Waters, Etc.
W. N. Draper     Aerated WaterS(
B. C. Land
Surveyor
'���'������:  wnsvilie, Tex.,   Nov.   9.���A de-
hmem of Texas rangers en route to
Uio   Grande   City  to   investigate   the
assassination of Judge  Welch, which
i (  curred Monday night, were attacked
by a body of armed Mexicans, and a
i ioody   fight   resulted.     One   Mexican
\ was  killed  and  many wounded.    Gov-
' ernor Lanliam is rushing troops to the
I scene, and the situation is regarded as
; critical.   More fighting is expected be-
\ fore tlie troops arrive.
Another    despatch     from    Laredo,
Tex.,  says   that   four  Mexicans  were
"killed, one wounded and two captured.
1 The rangers suffered no casualties.
Cllard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
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I New Westminster-First, Last and All the lime j
j Northern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Lew Rates.
Quick Time.
SINGER   AND WHEELER fi* WILSON
SEWING MACHINES
ZASY TERMS
;���;
PIANOS
s
Minister Wounded.
The Toronto Globe says: "Rev. A.
.1. Fowlie, 35 years old, a Presbyterian
minister al Coldwater. was out, duck
Shooting on Georgian Hay. when be
received a gun shot wound in the
right leg, above the knee. With Clifford Leatherbeld, Rev. Mr, Fowlie was
in a canoe, when a sudden 'tipping'
discharged the gun, whicb was lying
In the bottom of the craft. Tbe injured man was carried to tbe home of
Dr. Harvie, who accompanied him to
Toronto. Rev. Mr. Fowlie was admitted to the general hospital, and Dr.
Peters performed an operation, extracting many pieces of shot. The
limb is  badly injured."
Mr. Fowlie is well known in the
province, having been formerly Presbyterian minister at Princeton. Last-
year he supplied Cloverdale, Mnd Bay
and Tynehead for a time, and refused!
a unanimous call to those congregations.
xcelient Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-
'""���    L15 p.m,   pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
m, Ll.00a.m.        R...cs  to  Southern   California.
For full informtion call on nr write
.'. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C,
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. v (;-    A
New Scale Williams
Nordneimer
Morris
Dominion
ai. ii.;*, n.m,
0.00 i in
, iii. 11.00 p.m,
:a      12.00 in.
PIANO PLAYERS
ldian Pacific Railway Co.
Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
(TIME TABLE
1; ������ w tiio'it   notice.'
.   i ii:.   20,   in m
���  ���    3,   from  Van-
|>UVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
daily at .1  p, ni,
'RlA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
��� S. Charmer.
lb, aster al 7 a. m.
' I  Mondays.
:,: 0UvER NANAIMO ROUTE.
...
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oan
i .      "'' flatly except Rat-
'."'������������ �� 1:30 p. m. sat-
���
WHEN GOING EAST     J
rvSK THE TICKET AGENT *;
TO SEND VOL* OVER  ,���<
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"   jjj
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year ;i
BETWEEN *
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and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
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Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and Kas. the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment car., standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library ami   smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information   call   On  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
��20 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
Dominion
Doherty
ORGANS
Sherlock
Manning
$
The Edison Phonograph
Grapliophones, Violins, Accordions, Xylophones, Mandolins,  Concertinas,  Flutes, ^Vhistles, Guitars,
Mouth  Organs,  Zithers.
Grand new selection of the celebrated Columbian aad Edison Records.
Subscribe for our monthly records.   New selection each month.
Musical instruments'of all kinds kept in stock. Easy terms on all instruments.
J. M. TODD
The Music House      -     Burr Block, Columbia St.
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Concert  at   Langley.
A most enjoyable concert, given hy
the Ladies'  Aid  was  held in   Langley
Prairie Presbyterian church on Nov.
7.    The concert being well advertised,
the church was packed to its utmost
capacity, even standing room being at
a premium.   The Rev. Mr. Farrer, of
Cloverdale,   officiated   as    chairman,
and gave the audience a speech on the
Instalment plan, part being delivered
each number on the programme.
\ long and i xcelient programme was
���  n lered, to the delight of all present,
an  Interesting   pari  of which  was n
contei ��� ' etween five members of the
I Temi ��� ���. .. .��� Legion for a silver
oedal    Thi   wi    won by Maggie Bj ���
hough all deserve credil  for
thi ! ��� iiff ii       !'l        '. 1 .Miss .Munn.
of \ew Westmln ite;-, gave several
���' re ��� nthusiastically ap-
pla : led, while .Miss .McLean, tho
Scotch elocutionist, of Vancouver, was
recaljed time after time. Mr. Allen.
of Fort Langley, gave several well
rendered selection. Following Ib the
programme as given: Opening selection, by the choir; recitation, "Let Ii
Alone." Sani .Monahan: Instrumental
solo, Xoble Monahan; recitation.
"Twin ['.allots." Maggie Synionda;
march, Loyal Legion; recitation, "The
Two Classes." Lloyd Castloman; selection. Evergreen, Quartette; recitation. "Who's Dead," May Symonds;
chorus. Cloverdale choir; recitation,
"Do Not Swear. But Fight," Howard
McGinnls; instrumental solo, Mrs. *..
Wark; solo, Miss Woosler; recitation,
"Tbe Modern Chrlsl inn's Prayer,-'
Miss Woosler; recitation, Georgia
Porter; solo, Mr. Allen; recitation,
Miss McLean; solo, Miss Munn; instrumental solo, Mrs. Farrer; recitation. Miss McLean; solo, Mr. Allen;
solo, Miss Munn: tableau, "Canada,"
Barbara McDonald: God Save the
King. SATL
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cents pej   ,: e   nonpariel) 12 lines to
thp   Inch.      Five   :�����._.*.   per   iine
sui se . enl  ���':..-��� -: ions.
Reading notices, bold face type, _0
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents jier line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Nonces of births, marriages or
deaths, 50a Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc.. one ceni per
word. No advertisement taken for
;es_ than 2a cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Off ce    A22
Night   Cffxe   	
! -.-���:'������-s
TO-DAY   YOU   CAN   BUY   ONE  OF  OUR
$10 to $12 Suits for $7.50
OR   A
SATURDAY.  NOV,  10,  1906.
WORSE AND   WORSE.
The M     .. _an     ire getting s
.-.     Ot
such
a ..-     .   _
..... 31   ll
:.. ���.-  fa.   .'
us. - in the
i       . ������.
id !.���  .-
.  ���   a   .     nl
:        ...        Tl is, as   eve        1
,    ....    . -    a     .  ;���������   ���   sehood,
ice    '
nize It . - : i se, it is sill; id.
Then   the   C a   goes   on
iout thi    -       Ission
clain       the P      n mi
enl f three v hi   . >.. iuld "as-
an mni to bi iaid. Wh it
I ��� - ��� assess" me in? Tl i lef Mi-
Bride organ, the Vii toria Colo
s iys the loai I oi coi .: littei woul i ' i
empowi ed merel; to expn ss an opinion. Is that what thi Co ... ��� in
ins? That, ai all events, is the
wsiti a ol the Government. How
woul it help thi Province.' But i ������
fori      hat    question   conn -      . d
-:. ' ild the claim of the Pi iv-
di e, oi (he moral liabilil ������ of I he Dominion, be submitted to such a board
until the matter h is be n threshe1
out between the Province and Dominion an 1 an agi eement found to be im-
possil le? Mr. McBride refused to
thresh il out. When Mr. Whitney-
made his million dollar proposal, befo e a chance was given the Dominion
 era  ii nl to intervene, Mr. McBrid ���
bounce 1   out   an i    banged  the  '1 or.
And  '.'.'hen  the D iminion   Minister or"
;������  ed t.i intei vene- -said  in
i ffe       i   ime back with me an i 1"- ua
if thos    other  Premiers will  not
'   a ., a little   ������ tter," Mr   Mc-
refused ag iin.
In i      , to insist up
tting the matti    into the han I -
talkee-talkei -. !   ion,   whieh
ild  lo im more than   iri  .   .      tain
ir upon  Do-
minii -. or Pro. ine     ���   I he ca ie might
1-   ridiculous;   an 1,  comii i
��� I hei   side,  uni 1!   neg itiatioi    Is  i x-
hausti      ii is insulting to tl
Tl ������ latu    o ijection applii s al     I -  i
foi  ai   itrati m. Inten
conl     ,-ersie    ire no      ibmitted 1
Itration until d i - -    ad
i; ho w mu ch st rong
gnmei ���   ..       ing el      ; tow   rds
��� a : en
- ��������� domes       .������      :: :.. the fam-
11.:   Conservatl ,-e
.. '      ng, ' Thei    shi uld
lolitici thi ,"   an i   yel    il
evei     word ���be rn
i it t] io    ipon Ihe 0 iv-
��� ���    ���    .��� 11". ... ho tile
Thi   i'    imb   n i   sl    roceeds to inform        hat ,1    .,   :     lonald, Libi   il
.. 'ii" !'. i. Ince,
It." ���      ���   In the indepen len
com mi t tee men t, we   are
'       a lo     '      now v hai   e
m ianl by the language employe I.
Whal Is the "it" againsl which Mr.
M " lonald is "up"? If "it" is the Government, we advise Mr, M ic ' maid I >
be careful how he leans against it,
it' a mighty shaky support.
Mr Macdonald was talking to the
���.���:.- the other day about this matter. I [ere are n couple of sentences:
"The Premier has placed himself in
tl inhappy position. On the one
ban!, if, as he now claims, the conference h ! no business with British Columbia's special demands, he shoul i
hav,. taken that stand at the outset,
and so eliminated thai question from
the deliberation of the conference a.
together. On the other hand, if by
reason of the terms of union constituting in effect a partnership, it was necessary thai all the provinces should
join in any change in their contractual relationship, Mr. McBride Bhould
have staye I al his posi. and have gone
down fighting if need be for the rights
of his province. It is absurd to say,
as he said in Victoria, that there was
nothing he could do but withdraw,
"This question of better terms is a
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$15.00   Suit   for   $10.00
We stock nothing but the Highest Class of Goods. Perfect Fit Guaranteed. \\ ide
Range to select trom. Don't put such an offer as this oft' for to-morrow. Tomorrow never conies.
RICHMOND
OTHE
���L
The Modern Clothiers
Each tiny grain of WINDSOR
TABLE SALT is a perfect cry&il
- -pure and dry. That is why it
never cakes.
matter  of  ; lain   and   1  m  -
I laling and diplom ic      To     ig su
I estion into the arena oi    i    .     dittos is a crime agains
this provin :e.
These   are   tie  words   ra he    ���      i
man who has the other fell iv -
against" something hard, than i
who is in that position hims ill
It will  probablj   strike          ... ige
white   man   that   the   Indians   ��� the
Songhees reserve '��� ml I   hard have
a    ... [ f0       . -,... -,.- ms from  ���; ,, (;   v-
i rnment,   had   they   bei -    \ ������    -.    n I
���.here   was   imme liat     prospeci
doubtful electl in for
al   Victoria.    They   havi    ��� ���   .   ;i    n
tar more consi leration al Otl iv ��� -1 an
h : i been accorde 1 to the Pi ovii       is
i   whole   in   il -      mi in I    for
terms.���-Province,
We copy the   ibove    tragi > a
i il T i     comment '    vs very
linl     how   exl r mei     anxl        th<
dcBrid    Go.     i .������-:.��� lorters
-.. oul  of"
���        ii il sn vs t he
eness wit
roach    msideration of I '    t.
Tl     fact thai Ottawa G
ha on le of jus
��� ice In   le illng with a tril [ndiai
trol I      .      iurse, i
. . . neithi :���
generosit    c in be expected '���
ng   with   Provi!      I cla
ordin    ���   n in  - ible
this, but thai
t   of a Toi     elil       trai
ol thi oi linai
The Weather.
\'lctoi! i. N.,\'. ..- -A  lis: ur an     _ .11
ivers on I;". .. ���   hern     iast of B   :
Ish  Columbia,  an i ha    cause
��� le I  and   rainy    weather   fi mi   P u I
Simpson southward  i u Cppei   Cal Eo
1 nia, and somen hal highe ��� I em ���   .r n
on the Imme liat ��� i oa it.   In Al Iln
temperatures    are   low,   an!  in    11
Yukon the cold has _tea 111.  ini  ��� i
reaching at Dawson 16 below zero   in
the prairie provinces the  pres3 ire is
moderately high, and the weather gen-
orally fair and   nol   mu h   ch inge  in
emperature.   Temperatures:
Min.    Max.
Vieloria      I", 58
Vancouver      tO 57
j New   Westminster   ..   ..    10 54
Kamloops     :. I 48
Barkerville    20 36
Port Simpson     32 48
Atlln      6 8
Dawson ���16 ���4
Calgary     16 31
Winnipeg     no .2
Par" md     50 62
San   Francisco     54 68
f%i      i     '      ' ��� ������     ����������.'���������
M^r, ��� --v.->-i.-'|v-,\
���^���s-yy-E'E-��� ���>
' /i* E)-s \"E\ ������.
��� "���'-: ���_' ...  .'.U-.T '- v ..' ���,-'��;'
TENDERS
'.'. received   ���   i he un lersigne'
loth da    of Novembi     ins'
mt, foi      - pu ch ise   ���:' the ii:'':-  H.P.
. Iar!    Gasolin ���    Engine    in   the
ner  "Nor:   ,"   ,--. iw  1  lug   al   thi
', ive nmenl   lo ks, N'< -\  Weslminste .
I  ghes     a   an;   ten ler :. il  ne-
issaril       ��� ���������; te 1
VRDG   TAYLOR,
inspector of Fisheries.
1. . Nov. -. 19
After-
Dinner
MINTS
25 cents
=A BOX=
k\    s-   7f
\
Diamonds
Precious Stones
Rings
Purses
Oak Goods
Watches
W.UhAMBEHl!_,H
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
APPLICATIONS  WANTED
R. C. Purdy, The Confe
died
Applii atl ms will be receivi i bj  the
  undersigni i up to 5  p.m    .;  M
ftWF    MirUT   AMIY :1"'   '-"'   lnSt'   for ���'"���"' "
"Unt   tilt.ni    UIXUI Plumbing   Inspectoi
MONDAY, Nov.  12th     ;
  Appli an '
de i plun   ei
I'a   Infoi m ition as    i  tutl.
In    ���      n at I      City 11   1
I- now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line i :
Toffee and Caramel
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full line of G. ii. and Lowney's C   c lata
W.  A.  DIN''AN.
C'll     i
'���;       H   II,   M ".'.'   Wi
The   Dramatic   Even,   cf   the   Season.
Wilson   Earrett's   Masterpiece,
THE
Sign of the Cross
- ��� -     Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
Ben Greet's
i ai     '���:: ��� .. an y'. . ��� j
t imp       Ive iou    pla,
'���er produ     '..    Mounted        i  _ump-
Con   '"���     ' ���     '  > dc"      Young   ireedlng    I ���
ning animals.   Co     write
S :.    tie at Ryall's 1    ig Ston     "   telephone.
Th       a    :..    ning.
Prices-$1.00,  75c and  5Cc:  gallery, W'  R'   AUSTIN,
HUBBi
r  e
m   6
While Hop
FOR    SALE
25c.
SAPPERTON.
Telephone J 171
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone \-i'i.
GILLEY BROS.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. Pottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Po rtland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot J
XCEILESST
SC 001   '
llMfglOTHES j
(JF  l*~      ;���:.'��>%   ���"_ ��� ���J
H.
M
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for fitting oua
TTTE'VE made great preparation for '.^E
vv the Boys with the best Winter Suits that��
money could buy or that the Best Makers of W\
Clothes could put together. The cloth, the rcaktffl
the trimming and the cut combine to form notP-l
short of
'Phone 1-8
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IDEAL SCHOOL SUITS
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00,54.50 to $8.5G
At any of these prices you will receive1 a heap ,
measure of value and full satisfaction.   It n111*'
so, or your money goes hack to you.
H. L. DeBECK, TheOut^
NEW WESTMINSTER,   Opposite P. 0. ,DAY. NOV. 10, 1906.
TEpBU^pl'
THE
THE DAIU>   NEWS
cal News Briefly Told
'*s*s.*':K*'s*y*'.:*:*.w
ASH STORE
Satisfactory Place to
tuy Bed Clothing Now
79
g;,r*^#^
..*y>.'/ y'_    ,,w'_.  __-^-v
Wool is dear ; Cotton i.s
dear ; as one housewife
figured it out: "My bed-
clothes cost me fully a
third more than they did
five years ago." And
she's very nearly correct
in her reckoning.
elief.    Satisf i itorj   ��������� i clo hing, evei..  ni eded item,
pi Ice  for the qu ilit,; .    Rea    I   ��� lisi    and   save
a Iptions are brief,    -��� :a i si   being    , il   simp] . 1 one it
���   can be brief    An  101 e    tale    eed   besl -Alien brief-
.   . Inclu les:
Bi ind"   Blanket -. . nd gi    .finished wi' h pinii
��� ..:   Blankets are  . II wool and ol     iod me.
i'alia la   fleece   WO a.
56 x  76    $3.75
60 x 80    $4.50
64 x 84    $5.00
iin   Sax :..    Brand"   Blanke -. In white and grey, finis        ...
These also are all wool and of a verj  high grade, be-
own a- Pine fleece wool.    The  $S.50        ikel     ���   ���   vei      high
, taranteed to weigh tei   . ounds.
60 x 80  $4.75
64 x 84  $5.50
66 x  85  $6.50
70  x  88  $7.25
i  74   x  SO  $8.5"j
n    covei   1   Comforte   ���   large size, 7:1 \ 72, filled with pure
ag, vi hich Is corded in  i :     -    laps, giving extra strength
large assortment    I colors and pattern.- $2.75
ters al   $1.50,  $1.7I. $2.00. $6.50. $9.50 up to $15.00
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Ihat by purchasing your meats ?.t Rtichenbach's,
Limited, thnt you stand a chance of winning
f"1f\I )T\ ar:d winning it easily? Reichen-
vlV_/l__iJL_/j bach sells the Eest Meat procurable. Juicy Steaks, Tender Mutton, Fine Roasts,
and at lhe same time offers you GOLD :        :
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"������ .  w ill be a' ven   I i eai 1.  i a ih  custonu r,    .  iv, li :
sir purchase,   Our   weekly   and   monthly  customers
given coupons for the amounl of their bills on paym n
'u gel  .1  worth of checks,  presenl  them al  our office
'on.   on,, is given to the customer and the other is d ������
' eaied box.   The lirst    number   drawn    wins   the   iir-'
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lary  LOth,  1907, otherwise same will be distri
'   i :' ible instltutl i i_    I ihe city.
Competition Closes Moedav, Dec. 24, 19C6, at 9 p. in.
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
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"!* al Mo . 1; s pi ire this morning
'' i trli Ricl u Is, of Sumas, was admitted to the ivinciai as; 1 im yes
"'fl ��� '��� ning,   in the recommenda
tion ol ��� e - hief of police, who acted
upon instructions received from rela
tives of ��� he unfortunate man.
Three    months'   imprisonmenl   was
entenre.  lm ... ie I on J.  Brew  in
esterda
Brew �� ��� |      selling whis
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the mill last night, so 1 it i I ling
will : again
this morning.
After n     ivir    at! ;h < a
he cl . .:     wa;   again  .   i I
ivith L . i ������.    esterda
aftern 101     nd all th     leaning appar-
ai I to 'li" city.    The i lean-
nei -    E     e   ,vai : off p   w id
'  surprise to a  large
numl er I iple, who had een hoping for ' ������ est, expeel Ing the
w irst all along.
A weel iye   nn   ting  ha n
starte 1 on Thursda ������. mings bj the
resid Bin i Mountain school
ngs are hei! in
differenl houses, and the attendance
i. gratifying, consi lering the inclement ���_ ��� a hei For the next week or
two ��� lie ...��������� tings will be hei I al Mr.
Hawt]    ���.������'.-  S iuse.
w. C.      am lerlin,  the jeweller, is
is    getting read)  for the Christmas
:��� ������ '< several new lines of
���'.      -..'.'. are,    jewellery,    oak j
and i igarette cases, etc.,
havi a and a m isi Imposing and
iei -' i ���".    :' choice presents is
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'���::      ���   tive  !.;��� eting of the Local
���        .       ?. omen will be hei I in the
ard of tra   i l iom on .Mon.lay, Xov.
12, at 'clock,   and    the   regular
��� eeting  of  the coun'.;   will
taki     dace   imme [lately   afterwards.
3 30  o'clock.    All  members    nd ladies  intereste 1  are cordi-
;������?���:. attend.
���j" ��� m of the Rev. T. it. P 1a-
p sbyterian minister al Central Park, took place last evening, the
Rev, R. ,1. Wilson, of Vancouver, act-
in- ��� ��� ir. The Rev. .1. S. Hen-
dersoi St, '���.:. Irew's church, was
on th latform at the mi eting, an I
a shoi    addi ess.
The   atti   ti  i police   was
called in ,nner in which
a China mil      pai ke 1 in a
en  a            : ��� . ; ester lay.     The
n-i-etche     Irds ���         i jamme 1 toge-
ld bar,:..   breathe,
. , :   .  few, as a n itti    of fact, were
The  ���' ��������� '   m   *      ap iear in
ti��   ��� olice  i ��� ���" an \   ������          ' ���   the
. iei
A   -' ��� r   ���' hi ed to have
,   . a       .    ;.       a night i   wn
Fraser River   meal   marke:
,.,,.,.. . ,. m roaming ai  la: -    E ir
s   . ..   |aj -    ist, and ��as  n , i
. | ������ .��� , : Sixth avi nti i
an : Tl Ird -" et. Tl e ste i Is reported to 1, ve : roki i Ini i ' i ''���
In ., . .." . an I to have Walk
ed o hen his hungei waa i ti
A  ;., ���: -  man  name 1  Sth kli.    : as
...   ,  ;.  |    ;���.    \ an    IU   ' I      :���   Th :'������:���
;,,���:,..-,. , i a i charge ol having ;'e-
len i coat l >m St, Ge irge's hall, New
,v, . n .. . lurin; fair time. He
wa3 ' : ugh over here during tha
evening. He was arraigned In the
, 0i|Ce court yesterday morning and
pleaded nol guilty, the case behig remanded until this morning, Stickley
atntes -a a !,.. bough! the coat from a
waiter In Vancouver, and that he had
no idea it had been .stolen.
The King Edward, the government
dredge, is doing great work on the Annieville  ba ', .'"i I  la   removing   1,000
CUDlc feel ot river bottom a day. In
spite of the fact that the pump is on
;,'   ,., ��� |egs and is only doing half it
should   lo     Yesterda)   another  hole
n ,. plmcher, m the side of the pump
u...... tnreatened to delay operations
serious';     \ block of wood was stuck
In   he ���   ming, however, and the work
as  merrily  as ever.    Just |
as , the balance of the machin-
j.      ..    ��� .   new pumP arrive.,   the
King Edwa     and have tii
.:.,.     em   red  and new   one
Installed.    1'   is  expected   tha    6,000
fe ���   per day wni   then  :a
a i.   :.   The channel is being dei
ed sn thai there will  ' e I wenty-eight
feel  of water al   low  tide     The currenl Is, however, verj ".tronj, :ni! *!l''
saind  Is continually drifting in.0 ,lie
cut ag'/Un,   It is prophesied :.;. expe.".*8
thai the (JMitinued work on the chan-1
nei will in time do away with -hi- difficulty of filling In.
The residents along the line of the1
Porl Moody road who afe adjacent to
the  new  Burqultlam   posi   office, are
pre laring  to  make  a   \ Igorous   kf��k
��� ainsl i he nam.'. ' Bui quitlam,"
which they consider to be very confusing, being so similar to the near-by
Coquitlam office.   A movemenl is be
��� ':- made to secure the signatures er
���   ' ie ;,alums of the   ..'-' office whicli
��HI bi   :'.���:���   I to the pi il auth >ri-
ties with   ,i   suggestion another
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T :��� High school and the Wesl End
boys will meel il Mo i ly square 'his
i    . ning,  \\ hen   thej   will   procei :
ofl a sche iule : fool iall game.
'i'i'.. teams are very even];, matched,
an : houl I p ;: up a goo i game, Tim
Mahone has agreed to refen e 1 he
mal . and will call time at 1" o'clock.
The High school line-up 1- as follows:
Goal, Coi betl : backs, McGowan, J.
Gifford; half hacks, Davi Ison, Barclay, Tidy; forwards, Munn. Sharp,
Oxenbury, McKenzie, Currie.
I.. R. Kerbaugh, an advertising
ri-i-ir until recentl . do. - 1 i; the
Daily Colum 1 in Printing a; Publishing Co., Limited, i- a pii senl under
arresi in Vancouver, charged with
_ having forged a cheq ie for $5 to the
pi eju 11 ������ of the afores ii i lompany.
Kerl mgh was arrested it: Victoria,
Chief Mcintosh having received infor-
m ition thai he was sl tying there at
the time, and wired for his apprehension. As the forgery was committed
in Vancouver, the case will lie tried
there. Kerbaugh is also said to hav i
appropriated certain sums of money
which lie had receive! on behalf of
the Columbian, nnd may have to face
thai charge also.
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enterprising firm of Gilley Bros, is
the construction of a private railroad.
The stock has not yet been placed on
the marke:, but it is expected that the
railroad will soon be In full operation,
and track laying will commence early-
next week. The railroad is to be constructed al their wharf on Front street
an i will be used for the purpose o:
1 ia ling coal from scows on to flat
cai 3. It is to 1 ����� ..ii elevate i road (at
one eadi, and the elevated end will be
right over the spot where the flat car
will si: on the railway siding. The
i ars, full of coal, will b ��� pulled up
the incline by n eans of a I inkey engine, and will dump their load automatically into the flal c ir on the si 1-
ing of the common, ever) railway
underneath.    Then   gravitation    will
ake the i ar back to the -        I ir an-
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PLEASE���Will the lad;  or gentleman
wh ��� borrowed Mr. C. A. Wei ih - ui l-
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:.. Ms fronl doi n    Sixth sl re i .
. ily return -Mur aftei  usii g,
LOST ��� Between  Leopold  place and
..- h   avenue   and    Eighth    stria-'.
large   ameth; sl    bi o i h    with dia-
mi a 1 setting in centei.   Finder will
ri warde I.    Applj   E,  c, mlet, C.
P. R, station.
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THE   SCOTTISH   PRIMA   DONNA,
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JOHN McLINDEN, Vioioncellisl
L1NDLEY GRAHAM, Sol i Pianist
ROBERT   BUCHANAN,   Accompanist.
Under the auspii es of the Son -
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OPERA HOUSE j
Nov. 15th at 8:30 o'clock
Reserved sea:.-;. 75 cents; re3tofthe
house, BO (ents.
;;.,.. plan al Ryall's Drug Store.
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Celebrated Dent's Gloves
in Silk Lined, at $1.25 and
*pl> 75 the pair
Unlined  Goods,   $1.25   the
pair
H. B. K.  Driving Gloves
$1' 75 the pair
With Gauntlets, $2 the pair
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of workmanship finish ls what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is tr -ne these two qualities ia every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 uign back dining chair possesses these In marked degree���
they ate excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker is
a leader and is a winner; roomy and comfortable; aad those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 Is one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak frame  from $7.50 each up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
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NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A
Post Card Album
Before tlie Xmas Rusk.    A Large Assortment at
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land i       .-.   -    chose title is
not registi inder the ]    ��� Is   ns ol
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ever estoppi     and        irred from sei
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the s - ' -    sold for taxes
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GILLETTE
SAFETY
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CURTIS' dmre
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Department   Militia   a'_   Defence.
C cer  Pent  Rifle  Range,
Victo--,a,  B.C.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEA     .....  ERS, :���    .ked on en
renders for  Constru
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:.-   and    specifi.    ions    maj      e
id full   :.' . mat .���
the of]   ��� -   f the District Offi ���    Ci :..
'1 District Xo  11, Vic-
md  thi   Direct Enginei
3 Iquarters, Ottawa    T< n-
ers must e :..: le on thi form supplied the E. tm< nt, and u m
panied a     heque  on   a  Cana..  i
'���   ���      an ���      ent. of th<
��� ��� ��� ��� -��� ��� ten lei   pa a de to the
the Hon ���   the  Mini-'��� i
. Militi    and Di fem i
Thi   Di     rtment    oes nol    In 1 1' self
- accept the lowest i r anj ������ n lei.
E. F   JARVIS,
Acting 1 '���    il    Ministi
Militia and Di :��� :   i
Dej an i. nt   f Milii     and       ei   e,
Ottav a *  th ') ��� .- ei   1906
SPECIALS
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Men's Heavy Wear aj Logging Boots
We are showing to-day a great many of the
Celebrated  LECKIE  BOOTS, made
in Vancouver from leather specially prepared
bv the new Fraser River tannery at West-
minster. We have them in Men's and Boys.
For a good, strong, waterproof Eoot. there
are no better put up.
ASK TO SEE OUR LECKIE BOOTS
Johnston's Big Shoe House
New Westminster
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RV
i=FINEST   AND   FASTEST--
i EMPRESSES !
"2.000   I EMPRESS  < '���   BRITAIN .   ..J
���:. rone.1 _.'::-; ess c:��� :..���.'.:....��� t>j     i
.'. '   ��� lei
is  thi .- - ���    safe     an I
:...:,'    :".       -    lohn, I ie
'" ��� . F        artl
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.   R.  AGENT.
The \Vnite House,
A.  J.   BIRTCH.  275 Columtia  Street.
We are showing .ome particularly
Good  V alues in
~   Ladies  Blouses  ~
Tne price-?     Well, they are ny no means their least
attraction.      CALL   AXD   INSPECT.
Great Northern Ry. j Grand Trunk Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dai NEW Da
Leave WESTMINSTER Arrive
'���'.:''��� am Blainei Belling- _7C0 pni
4 : :". j w ham       Burling- 9 :." 5; :n
'ton,   Mr.   Ver-I
non,     Everett.
Seattle ajid
Portland.
4:35 pin Spokane,      St. 3:00 pa
���Paul    and    all
points  Kas*.
9.20 am Anacortes,
Woolley,
JRockpoi *
3:00 pm Vancouver
9:55 pm
and
3:00 pm
9:20 am
'4:1.5 ;im
Lv. New Y,< min ter f r
G lichon 3:50 p. m. .-\r. Guichon
0 p. m., Monday, Wednea la; .
Friday.
- 15 ��� ::. ar. from Gul hi n,
:���   0 a. ;..   Lv, '.uv Vancouvi r
Route of the Tamous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
B] okane, Bt. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winni] eg, D iluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all points East,
For complete Information,
rates, l ei th re ervation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank nf Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. (J. P. A..
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia SL, Seattle, Wash.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And ail the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and  the MAC!
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
Fi r Time Tai.lea. etc., address
GEO.  W.  VA'JX,
A--:-'ant ('en'l  I'a-  ������:.;-' '  and  Ti'-ki-t
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, Hi.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The  only all   ra:i  route  between  all
points cast, west and south to R	
land, Nelson and ii ;��� rmi 1 ate poinl
onnecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Ni rthern Pac'fic nnd O. R,
1 ��� nm ct - at l< -���'. nd ��������� ith the I' m-
adian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Crei k points.
' nne :- at Mi yers Falls with
stage ''-lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and   Nelson.
Shingle and Saw\
Mill   Machinery]
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOI
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be  Obtained   at    All    Hours    at
K.enny s    Restaurant    and   Cafe
Late Suppers After the Theatre a
Specialty.        Oysters    and     Game
in Season. -
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Effective
Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave
Day Train              Arrive
Q20 a m. .
...   Spokane   ... .".15 p.m.
12.25 p.m.  .
... Rossland ... .4.10 p.m.
O.40 a m. .
H. A. JACKSON.
,    The only  railway  running  through
- ��� epei s ..a l tourist cars    Best equip-
nn nt.
Train for Seattle leaves al 8.30 a.m.
Eastern Express at 1 ..4H.
For rates,   reservations   and other
p. rtlculai B apply to
ED. QOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
"^     E.  J.   COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pione-.   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
equipment  that  of  the   Chicago,   Milwaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.      Tiny
own   and  operate  their  own   sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service  not  obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWH. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
IF YOU WANT DRY, COMFORTABLE FEET
DURING WET,  UNCOMFORTABLE WEATH|
GET YOUR   FEET   INTO  A  PAIR  OF
The "DICK" Old Country
Damp Proof Boots
The -.������.'���.'      f the D     [toot is renden
1 effectual]    nils up th
''...���-������ akin
Youths, $2.00      -      -      Boys, $2.?5|
Boys can't wear these out in one season.
Gent's from $4.00.
J. STEWART  -   Sole Agent
Old   Country   Boot   Store. Columbia   St..  New   W.a*":
���������������������nnHai_______HHHBBBn
BEST   ON    EARTH
THE MONARCH RANC|
It utilizes al! the heatlny power of the hard coal. s��ft c0 L(J
coke. Ordinary steel and cast iron ranges are fuel '*"isters' ^
work   well   until   the   bolts   become   loese where steel  is b<*lte        u(.
The  Monarcn  range  is d'fferent.    It   is constructed  with ^j
fvames. to which  the steel   Is  rivetted,   not   bolted.     It   is  o:lly 've putql
that  absolutely   air-tight  joints  can   be   made.    There   is *"�� s ��
Monarch   air-tight   seams ���r.o   danger  ot   leaks.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & BRY$
NEW WESTMINSTER.       VANCOUVER JRDAY. NOV. 10. 1906.
THE   DAILY   INLWS
Mills, Timber an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
oors,
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
.timber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash.   D
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
.umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
fe!ephonel2.
New Westminster  !
 4
lank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181..
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
L, (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
I Sl)  $10,000,000
Rt. Hon, Lord Strathcona aa i   Mounl    Royal,   G.   C.   M.
,;    Honorary President
a.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice Presideal   and   General  Manager.
ie   .   lanking business transacted.
|]       hes i:i all the principal cities  in  Canada, In  London,  Eng., Xew
Chicago, ani St. John's N'fld., ani correspondents in all parts of the
ROLLED OATS
Are milled from the creatt of this
season's wonderful crop. They are
fresh and sweet every day. They
cany health and strength into the
homes of Western Canada. Thev
are   building   up   a   great   nation.
SAVINGS   BANK
EW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
DEARTMENT
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent
DAILY   NEWS   PRINTS   ALL  T
NEWS THAT'S WORTH WHILE.
Purchase Notice
N'o:      ..- 1 a... .days
; ihlef   i    nml        ��� Lands   an I
Works for pe ise the
l'i llowi ig de I,  situ ite i  al
tho Kildal    rii n. C iasl
Comrr.ei    ng at a posi mark-
i i \V.   M.'s   N*.  E : inte I   >n
he     iuth  ba       d  the   Kil 1 il i  river
a:  the n    ith,   unnii ; a _ follow s:   1"
chains   west,    10
1   ins no-tli !    the      ire Iin ���  '���' en   ���
...   -       i Iin    to  ;!.. e of com-
: ii ���   en ������:):. c intaining l'l acres more
or less
Aug. 27. 1906.
1.     I   .. W   MOODY.
Per FRANK   i'.WDAL,  Agent.
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Attractions   at   the   Opera   House
12���The Sign M^^^^^^^^^^^^
J 5���Jessie Maclachlan, Scotch con- \ sented  a most
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
iad  effect   ou
,i, 1 cause 1 tho
. i   . dlers  to be
the ven I i _
irrlve on
in        ������ market
was a ���       'i .      ������".    ��� tel   ''
i    ��� . - wh)
I'..---. and 'ii"      al-
try was s s th     stoc ���;
tairl.   ii me ith      i marl el ro il
The regul        lyers  in I sellei -   ���
all in their places and did a satisfac
lay's bu Then     was    i
plentiful   supply   of   beef
cases, and the  lemand for first-cla i
stock   was  - i     The   poorer   _'u!f"
wenl begging and Sold for below the
market quoi itlons, There i.s a little
larger Buppi) ��� I mutt in coming <ti
from week to b ���.���*.'. v.��ich is all snapped up in a hu ry. The hides .were
also bought foi i inning purposes, V
considerable quai ..],,! w;l. ,,|- \
offered and change I han Is.
The offering ol .. i ..,,. ���,,��� ,,-, i;,
the usu .1 stand i   I,   vhili   I ie dem u I
was stn nger than II has    n for the
pas few weeks. Hogs an coming in
In 1 irge quantities, and were all sol I
al prices quoted.
Eggs are still a scai ��������� article, an 1
have become a luxury. They now i i
tail ai 5c i iece and 50c per dozen
wholesale.
The poultrj mai kel was brisk an 1
offerings were good, considering the
we ither, and the condition of tl e
roads There were more ducks than
usual on the market, an i one Iol pre-
Ii.-:.' mtable   appear-
Re South Part of Lot ., Block
Westminster Suburbs.
New
cert.
17-
I >
��� i
-Arizona.
_^^_^^^_^^^^__^^^_^^^^^_^    Harry   it'".'--:'.,:'.I   (T:ie   I an .a
A certificate of in iefeasible title to  Hater).
the above property will be issued  to      2S���Jerry irom Kerry.
thfe Brunette Sawmill Company, Lim-  "���=
i ed Liability, on the loth day of November, 1906, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
lr.e in writing by a person or persons,
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Lan I    Registry   Office, N'ew  Westminster, B.C.. Oct. 10, 1906.
ance, and were so crowded in a small
box thai one of the number wa.s smothered. They were released fromtheir
captivity and penned In beneath tho
coops.
There were a few pens of Embden
geese offered whicli were sold at
prices quoted. Apples sold at from
75c to $1.10 a i ox, and the offering
was fair. Among those who offered
fruit on tlie market were A. Knntson,
Whonnock; E. Gill, Sumas: C. L.
Clarke, Langley: Taylor Bros., Mount,
Lehman; C. D. Delson, Hazelmere; A.
Ramsay.  Kas:   Burnaby.   AV.  Ban-, of
JOUSES ARE SELLING  RAPIDLY
imp Right In  and BUY Before  the Inevitable Rise!
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Publii i..S. Si. Edmonton,
Alta.," will be  receive i al  ; iii.- office
umil  Wedne-.a..  NY..   .;::,.-���  H  im)., 	
inclusively, for the construction of a Collingwood,  wa.s  one of the  largest
Public Building at Edmonton, Alta. I buyers of apples.
Plans and specification ran be seen Tin- florists  w.-re  all on  hand and
and  forms of tender obtained at this offered a choice variety of Mowers ani
Department, on application to  Mr. R. fruits,   embracing   violets,  carnations.
.1.   Manson.  Clerk  of Works,  Edmon- dahlias and  chrysanthemums.
tun. Alia., and Mr. J. Greenfield, Supt. A  considerable quantity of  iressed
of Public Works, Winnipeg, Man. fow]   waa so!(i on  ,he  marftet at   Is.
Persons tendering are notified thai ,���,,-  pound, and  ducks with  the  tea.
���  n lers will no; be considered unless  inP,.s OI1 SI,M a1 35c per ,,race forteal,
made  on the  printed  firm  supplied,land Trie for mallards
and   signed   with   their  actual   signa
icant Lots in All Parts of the City From $50.00 and Up
Look
House on F       i street, near Six h
.',...   six   ro a;.,   all   mo lern im
.: ..    11 ������:��� l.   .1.400.
I, house, eight rooms,
tf, bath, etc., four lots,
faei tial _ section, only
'700. Enquire at once.
I louse, eighl r ionis
itreet, corner F i.. I
erms
on Sl   Ge a -������
$2,5.0;   eas;
S i pperton, jusl
and Brunei te, onlj
��� ��� he arrange I.
treel   an 1   Fo .
>e\ ei  lol i, on fiar I,
. $3,100. h it cash.
-: . ��� I   lot, 6   :   oni  .
ne .a Sixlli a\enue,
a only $950.
; :
���, ire;
$2300.
Hous
Twell
$300.   1 '
and 1 il en Agnes si reel. two
even     i real snap at
an 1  full sizi 1 lot, corner i :
and   Fourl 1;   avenue,
-������ ire; -���
A Bargain
Seven-roomed cottage,
full sized lot. near Fifth
Avenue and Fourth Street,
price $1,200, $400 cash,
balance on time.
tures.
Each tendi':- must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order oi
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten percent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will lie forfeited If the person tender-
ins decline to ome:' into a contract
when calle,1 nrr.u I do -o, or if he
rents at $30 per mouth, or for sale at   ,.,;,  ,��� compiete the work contracted
$-',500. t'or.   if the tender be nol accej ted the
cheque will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself
Hoarding house, 20 rooms, on Six'h '���
treet,  one  block  from   post   office,
Elghi! -roomed    house
modern
:...-��� on l'a;. ,! an i Eighth  sti   ���:.
���ys, seven i ooms,   full  si,:��1
: it, $:.occ.
���ii
Fifth   a: 1   Sixth  avenuei
Tw i -
hou      I .���.
Seventh  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
.ia .1 ��� an i chii ken house, full
two ���������  -.  $1, i  cash,
F"ou        and
ash;
louse,   stabl
lots, all
Thir I   st ei t,
Fifth      ' '���:..' -.
chi      i
..    len
a   A    'I a.
$_.250.
conveniences, on Carnarvon street and
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
One  house   and    full   sized  lot  on j
 : th    street  an I    Queen's   avenue,
$1,900.
One li..use and full size i 1 il "n
Eighth streel and Queen's a .enu ,
$900.
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.
FRED GELINAS,
^^^H Secretary.
Deparl menl of Public Works,
Ottawa. Octol >r 29, 1906.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement without authority from the Department will not lie paid for it.
'a'!!-.      I'/a hllS,
Seventh   i
ai ranged.
near
treet,
" Seventh street,
���   two  storeys,   full
Best Buy in City
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1100 cash.
;.. . house,     .       lern im-
I   ivei    i cation,   i orner   (f
id  Carnai ���>��� ... $5,000,
one-half cash.
House  ai
��� eel   and   P   i
,-s, < nly $1,400.
on  Sixth
��� street,  : w o eI ir-
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 rooms,
bath, sewer connections,
all modern improvements,
splendid 'locality, $2800.
Terms arranged.
FARMS
RANCHES
I
'-'��� tinder cultlva-   te ms;   fi ill   lands;   see   us for   par- can   handle            lon      lelay;   It' ���   \  32;   ll  posi  frame house and  cow
,,leda. etc. all   In   ticulars, irgal   ; term, i   n be arranged. stables, three In all;stable 8 cows and
,0��0,   hal1       io acres n  above, $7  per acre; i   i aci is,  ���.-��� tion  25,  township IB,   -  3Pan horses;   neai- Mission Station,
ee us for fuller particulars. 2Va  miles fi in   .' i utsford;   50 ai ea     ihools, churches near al hand; _t6am-
t:'rai laud in Delta,' alder  lottom, $1,200, half cash. er lands twice a day; aboul 100 acre..
Iver, near Sc           ICS acres, Coquitlam, 10 acres clear- _    timber, Br   and    cedar;   never   been
B1'acre: ���' real good buy          '��� r.ear Black's ranch, $2,000. 160 acres' township  ii.  section  15,   .,,_���,,.   %Z[    refused   for   standing
.,    ,                                                                 .,       .     ,   ,     t1nn,   . two miles f   .rn Fort Langley;   i acres   t,mb       carriage house 16 x 24; hen
In Surrey, th:               <  ��� Blirnaj>' Lake, $100 pe ilashcd, $1,000, one-third cash. nouse made of bewed timber laid in
'iver, $10 per acre, _                     _ mortar, 12 x 30; a chance of a life-
i ,,           .                       SO  acres of land  near Sutherland's VERY SPECIAL.. Ime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance al 0
��� ��**1      .I'l.iMM    _*\        &Aftf\
i mill, in Surrey;  good house, o acres | ������ .,   'i      Westminster district, 4 >  per cent.
lln*-tl 'ii, $4C0.
���   fruil   lania,  near  ;'";t''<'i: onl;  $1,000, easy terms. ., .... un(ier cultivation,  10 acres or-
l                                                                                                       .       . 160 acres, all fenced, ready for cul-
150 acres Impr !  land,  buildings '   ���li'  '"'   " '''* strawberries  y inted tlvatIoni  ���,������,  w.ltlM.]  ,,.,,,. niili,  f|.()ni
^J*, near Brown &   and sheds complete, near Cloverdale; this year:   s:     bottom land, running BChool,  all  ready  for cultivation,   al
L'll_. 57 per acre; good   all under cultivation, $15,000.   li yon spring; hoi ie IS x 22; frame barn 39 Chilliwack, $75 per acre,
arrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Firs Assurance Co. of London.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homea'eaded by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for Ihe district ia
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
furm the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(ll At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) if the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply tor patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of the Interior,
N.  B.���Unauthorized  publication of
this  advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
Quotations.
Beef, hindquarters, 7c to Sc lb.
Beef, foreqiiarters, 3%c to ic Ib.
Veal, 91/2C to 10c lb.
.Mutton. 12c to 12'/_c Ib.
Lamb, l_e to Lie lb.
Pork, .'/_c to 10c lb.
Dressed fowl, 18c lb.
Potatoes, $12 tou.
Onions, $1.25 sack.
Eggs, "iuc to BOc down.
Butter, 30c to 35c In.
Fowl, $7 to $s dozen.
Chickens, $4..() to $6 11.._:���:..
Ducks, $11 to $12 dozen.
Geese, $1 to $1.25 each.
Apples, 7Jc to $1.10 box.
Pears, 7**q to $1 box.
Retail prices of garden produce:
Corn, 15c dozen heals.
Cabbage, 5c head.
Parsnips. 15c dozen.
Beets,   1..c dozen.
Carrots, loc dozen
Pumpkins,  15c  to 25c each, aceo
ing to size
Tomatoes 1 ripe), DOc box.
Tomatoes 1 green I, 10c box.
Onion.-,, _>_. ��� i.i 3c lb.
Celery, I bum lies for 10c.
Parsley, 5c bunch.
Cauliflower, 5 for 10c,
Citrons, 1 for 25c.
AT THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���Hugh   Armstrong,
peg:  ('. II. Fox. .lames Eo lie,
Winni-
Vancou-
N'el. .11;  T.  Muffard,
ver:   R.  McTii-id.     	
Laiiglev.
Windsor Dr. li. S. D, Brown, Cloverdale; William Sen!!. .1. H. Taylor,
Vancouver; .1. Haldreath, Seattle: P..
A. Houghman, Vancouver; .1. Lowern-
sen, William Peat, Mission; Jas, Bell,
N'ew York: Captain C. A. Gardner,
Chilliwack: T. M. Elliott, Bruster,
Wash.
Colonial���George Clark, Vancouver;
Frank Clark, Montreal; Stanley W.
Holland, H. Smith, Matsqui.
Big Fire in Georgia.
Atlanta, (la., N'ov. ..���A special despatch from Augusta states that the
town of Warrentown, capital of Warren county, Ca., was the scene to-day
of a destructive fire, the loss amounting to more lhan $100,000.
Trades Disputes Bill  Passed.
London. Xov. !���.-���The house of commons to-day passed the third  reading
of the fades disputes bill without  :.
division.
"W;JL: 8
THE DAILV   NEWS
SATURDAY, Nov
10,��,
%.
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'I'I
Public Supply Stores
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
SOCIAL ANO PERSONAL
M_-.i.r intended  a: lhis column should bi ad-
..:, . i -.   ial   I ditor, Daily   News, 1'. i '���
Iiu* H-.  Nn, Westminster.
lEconomyl
WE
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN       COMFORTABLE       CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
H. BELYEA & CO,
Telephone    150.
,.. CALL ON
:".
CHURCH   SERVICES.
Trinity  cathedral  ���  Rev.
T.A.Muir&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 S:. N.w Westminster.
Phone 275
Office Supplies,
School Supplies,
Fine Stationary,
Toys, Dolls,
China and
Glassware
���AT���
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Cheap Dwellings
On Saturday we advertised 8 Bargains in Dwelling Houses. Since thru
we have disposed of 3 of them; we still
have 5 It- ft which we wil] sell on easy
terms.
5-roomed dwelling in Sapperton (lot
in   fruit)       $650
5-roomed dwelling on Eleventh street
(lm in fruit)   $900
6-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner   Inl I     $950
7-roomed dwelling, Pitih avenue (corner lot)    $1,200
5-roomed dwelling, Agnes Bt,..,$1,050
If you have ono fnr sale, list it with
us. Nu commission charged unless we
make the sale.
Wnite y Shiles
Shil irick, rector. Holy Communion,
S a.m.; Matins and sermon, 11 a.m..
Sundal school, St. George's hall,2.30,
Evensong and sermon by the rector, 7
p.m.; daily service at 9.30 a.m. and 5
p.m. excei: on Fri lay, when Even-
is ag is said at 7.30. Holy Commun-
ii n every Thursday and saint's day at
S ;. m. Choir practice on Friday after
Evensong.
St. Barnabas���Rev. C. W. Houghton, rector. Holy Communion at S
a.m. Morning Prayer and Litany. IJ
a.m.; Evening Prayer and senium. 7
p.m.; Wide class. _ p.m; Sunday
school, :: p.m.; baptisms after Sunday-
school;  choir practice, Friday. S p.m
St.     Paul's     Reformed     Episcopal
church���Rev. A.  de B.  Owen, rector.
Divine  worship, Sunday. 11   a.m. and
17  p.m.;   Sunday    school,    2.30   p.m.;
;.rayer meeting, Thursday. S p.m.
Olivel Baptist church���Rev. M. L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preaohing Sunday
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Sunday schol
and Bible class have changed the
hour of meeting, and will begin at
12.15 instead of 2.30 as formerly.
Young People's meeting at S p.m. on
Monday. The pastor i: giving a series
: midweek lectures on Hebrews at
the Wednesday evening prayer meeting. This week will be the first chapter, and will be (in the ministry of
angels. Subject of sermons Sunday:
Morning, "The Riuh; to be Joyful";
evening, "The Gospel of Radicalism."
Quei n's avenue Methodlsl���Rev. V.
H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
at '; i a iii. and 7 p.m.; Sunday schiol
and Bible classes. .; p.m.; mid-wee!,
prayer meeting, Wednesday, s p.m.;
Epworth league, Monday, S p.m. Sunday will witness the commencement
of the missionary campaign, and the
astor will speak on "The Review of
the Field." The pulpit will be occu-
led In the evening by Rev. .1. s. Hen-
!��� rson, who will also speak along niis-
sionary lines.
West End Methodist -- Sunday services, II a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
- hool, 2.30 p.m. The Sunday services
will bS conducted by Rev. \V. I'
Ewing, of Columbian college,
St, Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. .1.
S.    !���!��� n ll : son,    past   I       Sunday    ser-
���es,   11   a.i i. and  7 p m ;  Christian
���   ���  r    Mon lay,   S   ; ,m.;    prayi r
m< ��� 'rn-.  W'i dnesday, S p.m.    Sundav
ning   subject, "The   Rule of   the
Life."   Rev. \v  il. Barraclough
will pn ach at the evening service.
West Presb; ������ rian Rev, t. Ward-
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., minister.
S< rvices ll a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class, 2.30 p.m.;
prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 pan..
Morning subject, "Can Cod Forget?"
evening, "Liberty and Servici." the
third of a series of sermons on ' The
Christian Life."
Knox  church,   Sapperton���Rev,   u.
McKenzie,   B.A.,   pastor.     Service-.   11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school and
Bible class. 2.30 p.m.; meeting ofY.P.
S.C.E. immediately alter tlie evening
service. Sunday morning subject,
"Christ    in    Gethsemane";    evening,
"Save,|   By   Faith."
St, Peter's cathedral i Roman Catholic)���Sermon, 7 p.m. Mas-'v at S ani
i"."" a.m.: Sunday school a; 2.30 r
W. Burley, a well-known lumber
deali : Ni epawa, Man., is a visitor
iu the city, and proposes making his
home in thi west, He will in ail
probal ii::;- emi ark in some mercantile enterprise at a point near Xew
W'i -': linster.
Tlie government cruiser Petrel ar-
:..��� : in port yesterday irom Victoria
and brought G. A. Keefer. of the provincial public works department. Mr.
Keefer has been on the sick i.s; for
some time, and this is the first trip
he has taken since becoming convalescent
.I. R. Patterson, win. has been *
resl lent iii this city i'or tin- pasl . ix
years, left yesterday for London. Ont.,
��� ��� he will spend the winter with
;��� latin -. Hi .vii: return :<> ihe west
in the spring,
.'. LaPile, .*ho has bi en a gu< -i a'
thi   resl lence  of  l��". 1 irew   for some
ime,  will  leave  to-daj   tor iii.   home
..��� 'c   '. ie, Quebec.
,i. s. . : .:������. Inspector of customs, re-
��� .a ..   | j ,���-������: {...:  from .ui official trip
ugh 'la. No: thwesl Tei riti i ies.
Hugh   \. mstrong,   M.P.P.  :":   Port-
a_.    la   !': ..'���  ie,  Ma::.,   was   a  \ i>il: .   ..'
':.������ markel yesterday, Mr. Armstrong
i- a; ;':.,' hea i of one of tile large flsh
packing companies which operates on
both Lake Winnipeg and Lake M-anl-
to a. All summer he has a large arm>
ot men and women preparing fish :
shipment. In the winter the fishing
si:', continues and the fish are sold in
a frozen state. At Selkirk the company has large hatcheries, where the
small fish are kept until aide to rustle
for themselves. Mr. Armstrong had
iait a shorl time to spend in the city,
but hopes to return again and lake
a look into the Fraser river methods
of handling the fish business. He was
accompanied by two former Portage
la Prairie men, .lame-; Eadie and
Charles Fox. now of Vancouver.
Fred Lynch returned home yesterday after an extended tour, during
which he combined business with pleasure in a very happy manner. Mr.
Lynch's itinerary included Calgary
and all towns of any importance along
the line.
Miss Lillooet Armstrong gave a very
pleasant dance last evening which
was enjoyed by a large number of her
friends. Miss Freese. Frank Major
and others were responsible for the
very excellent music, and dancing was
kepi uji till quite a late hour. Among
those present were Miss Dougherty.
Miss Alma Leamy. Miss Veda Leamy.
Miss Eleanor Brown. Miss Gertrude
Brown. Miss Muriel Cotton. Miss Alice
Macnamara, Miss Josephine Martin.
Miss Nora Armstrong. Miss Violet
Ladner, Miss Gladys Corrigan, Miss
Margaret Lewis. Miss Alma Lewis,
Miss McBride. Miss Doris Clute.
Messrs. Oswald Peele. Claude Hill.
Frank Hill. Sutherland, Angus McColl.
Sholto McColl. Tuck. Albert Leamy.
Hubert Leamy. Tom Trapp. Frank Bilodeau. Hamilton Harrison. Turner,
Baker. Roy English. Ernest Cotton.
O'Brien. Gerard Clute ami Dr. Dougherty.
Mrs. A. M. Herring was at home to
her friends yesterday afternoon from
-i tn c, and wa- assisted in entertaining by Mrs. Arthur Herring and Miss
Herring    The floral decorations were
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SA R O E
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen, it saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
housekeeper'stime
and strength.
With it mar.}'
attractive ana
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
ii it were not lor tlie Gem.
It chops food of all kinds���
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread,
crackers, etc. It <'.n<_-s not i ������
squeeze tear or grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine, coart e
or medium. Easy to operate, si
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
L
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
��� ea itiful, the ti a i ibli ��� -��� ��� iallj being a mass of pink an I wl ��� irj san-
themums. It was preside I over by
Mrs. ��'. S. Keith and Miss Lavery,
who were ably supported by Miss
Laidlaw, Miss Ross and M's, Myrtle
Maii,. Harper's on hi stra gave some
delightful selections during the afternoon. Among those present were:
Mrs. W.J.Armstrong, Mrs. T. .1. Armstrong. Miss Armstrong, Mrs Beattie,
Mrs. Houghton. Mrs. DeWolf Smith,
Mrs. Brymner. Mrs. iliisgs . Miss
Briggs, Miss Naomi Brig::-. Mrs. McColl, Mrs. Curtis. Mr-. Drew, Miss
Wise, Mrs. Homer, Mrs. Dickinson,
Mrs. E. M. N Woods. Mrs. Donaldson
(Steveston), Mrs. Harvey, Miss Harvey. Mrs. Bole. Mrs. Coal-hard. Mrs.
Hii'.. Mrs. Pearson. Mrs. McNab, Mrs.
Johnson, Mrs. Kelly, Mis- Kel''.. Miss
Johnson. Mrs. Dauphinee, Mrs Coiri-
gan, Miss Phipps, Mrs. Ewen, Mrs.
Jardine, Miss Phillips. Mrs. Leamy,
Mrs. .1. Stilwell Clute, Miss Peele,
Miss Wardle, Mis- Rowan, Mr-. Roth-
well, Mrs. Bourne, Mrs. Trapp, Mrs.
Jones.  Miss Jones and  Mrs. Sinclair.
James  Bell, advance agent for the
"Arizona" Dramatic company, arrived
in the citj yesterday on I usini ss connected with his company.
Tin- first of a series of danci - under
the auspices of the Royal City orchestra was given las; night in Johnson's
hall. Sapperton. Thi n was a good attendance, and the music I irnished by
Darcy's orchestra was - a satisfactory character.
James H. Collensen, ci Chilliwack,
wa- in the citv vesterdaj on business.
|     Mrs. Cameron, of Vancouvi r, accom-
j panied 'ny Miss McCharles, of Boston,
spent a few hours in the city yesterday  afternoon,   the   guests ol   Mrs.   J.
D. B.  McDonald.
James Feeney is at present a' St.
Paul's hospital, Van ��� i.r, for the
purpose of receiving medical treatment for an inflamed eye.
Crompton s and
Bias Filled Corset'
In Styles Suitable for
Any  Figure.
Girdles, Military Fronts, Long Hips, Higl
Nursing,  Full  Figure  for stout women, Long
Waists, Bias Filled for slender or stout figures
Ladies' and' Children's Hygeian Waist-, infants'
Bands, etc., in the many ranges of each style,
CORSETS
There Is no article of won   n's  a   pare! thai len .
I earani e a- the c irsi t.    A  goi i  :���"".���-  i orsi I   iur _
nn  fashion i ontour is absi luti      essi :.���:.,! to a pre]
sei making of to daj Is a bi leni       n I   the  Innumei a
calculated t" remedj  all ��� :��� feci     ti fi rm, and i -
svmmetrical shape so essential I i a stylish ::-::���
'I
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Ask to see any of these lines, and remember,  Crompton j Co r. e.j ure bouniii
non-rustable lining    surely an advantage.
W. S. COLLISTER & Cl
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Selling
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Every article or piece of furniture in our establi ��� ent al
actual cost without reserve.    First come, first   i i I. We
need the cash and you want the goods.   This is a .hance
of a lifetime.
W. E. TALES,
Till and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front StreJ
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Excuse us for a Momei
Tide Table   Fraser River
Business  Directorv
Real   Estate
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd.
701 Columbia St.
Rental  Agency
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Fire Insurance
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Mortgage Loans
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd.,
701 Columbia St,
NEW WESTMINTSER.
For the week ending  Nov. 1--, 1906:
High Low
Water. Water.
Nov.   12         2.20 s.-i.",
14.uj 22 io
Nov.   13        ::.:',n 9.40
IV:'! 23.20
Nov.   M        4.30 1".:".
16.00
NOV.     1 j               a.la 0.35
16.05 11.23
.Nov.   10        6.20 1.10
17.10 12.05
Nov    17        7 17 1.55
17.50 12.35
Nov.  1.        S.10 2.35
18.35 I : 25
SAND HEADS,
High. Low,
Time. Ht. Time   Ht.
Nov.  12       1.42      9.5 7 _      5.6
14.17    12.5 20.54    *
N   ..   13      2.50    10.4 - 29    ". 9
14.50    12.7 21.29    I."
Ni ..   li      3.50    11.:: 9 -1    ,; :
15.22    12.9 22.05    J.7
Nov.   15       I.V,    12.2 10.15    6.9
I"��� 55    13.6 2S 1_    !.���'
Nov.   16    5.42    12.9 11.05   7 I
16.32    13.1 2S,.'2:>,   0.7
Nov.   17      6.35    13.5 11 56    - 0
17.1l'    1J.fl _
���Nov.   IS      7.::u    13.9 0.07    "..
17.56    12.5 ]2r,u    g,5
But have you heard about the splendid opportunities that are now awaiting the buyers
of Columbia Street Property ? Watch Xew
Westminster values rising! See the downfall of those who delay investment.      :      :
Malins, Coulthard & 0
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster
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j Electric Railway Servici
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouvi':' an 1 way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:7,11 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hoar;;,' r:.: - \>...
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City   Limits  Line    Si    ���    -
6 i" a ra. to ll p m.
20 Minute Service���.Nn transfer.
Fei we, n 12 ami '1 ami a aud 7.
30  Minute   Service   during rei
mainder or day,    '   :- '���''��� a|
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service  half-hourly
tween S a.m.  in
Sapperton Line.
15   Minute  Service fronl 6-5
m   to  li   p.m., ��� s "1
12 and 2, and 5 i 1
which In ii: 5 thi
half bo ..
Sunday  Service        "
���.wn n s 30  - ni  an I n i-":
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.
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Horse Clipping Machinq
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Life I
nsurance
Caotain Griffin Acquitted.
Vancouver, Nov. 9.���Captain Griffin,
of the Princess Victoria, was acquitted
by   Judge   Henderson  to-day,   of  the
rge of manslaughter in connection
with the Chehalis disaster,
F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
New    Westminster.   B. C.
Bl Vancouver.
ranches - ctiiiiwact,
Another Blow to C.A.A.U.
Montreal, Nov. 9.���The skating a_
sociation of Canada has resigned from
the Canadian Amateur Athletic union
it will join  with  the  Montreal  Ai
teur  Ithletii  association and 25 othi ���
associations,  who   will   resign,
movemenl to form a new bod    I , go;
' rn athletics In Canada in the future
"��� i"   ���   Ignatlon of the skating
ciation will, In a way, I ���-        .;,-,- ..
' low  to the C \ a.!'. ; .igna-
tion ol the M.A.A.A.
'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. Our
clippers work easier, clip faster and take 8
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
great labor saver.     Call and   see   them a
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