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disposed  of.    If elected, ll   would  I
pan of hla duty to see lhal i he ichool
i rustees  had the  money  : he     iei
for fo   ! lildlii'        , hi
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the people of Hallfu.     ���     n
mlty of seeing an 'express'Hteam
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S. C. Dyke, who has been connected
wiili ibe local offlc^of the Vancouver
Province for Bomeitlme past as repot ter, is leaving to��|����orrow for Victor.*, where he haa asMptod �� aimilar
position on the Staff pf tlie rolonlat
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FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT     NOTICE.
Yesterday's   market   Buffered   fr im
the storm of the night previous, whi :h
...���   i iwn ti ���-.- and rendered a r. imber of the counti    roads imp issa
Nevertheless, there waa a fair atteni-'
ance of ven tors and liberal patronage.
Butter and eggs  were in a  panicky
condition and dropped a little in price,
In Bplte   of the  strenuous   efforts of
some of the lady sellers to hold it at
top notch.   Butter was started at 35c,
but dropped to 30c.   Some was sold a*.
two  iiounds for  65c.    The supply   is,
growing larger every week on account'
of a lot of new cows coming in milking, and it is expected that  SOc will
he the prevailing price next week
Th'- egg market was in just abo it
tlie same condition. At 'he mtset the
sellers demanded 60c a dozen, but
very few of th/- marketers dt ind ths
price dropped to 55c and * iwards the
end of the market the) were selling
a' 50c per dozen The ���'��� I ile sale buy-
��� a - started the m u kei it 15c, bul
the end  would oi I   : a   lozen.
Hens ai ��� now getting ���: iwn to b isiness, and a -'ill further reduction in
the     : ���   ,' hi t. ���   lit is I   iked for.
The   meat   marl el   -.���. t -   a ioui   'he
��� ���. .��� . thai ol last -.'. eek. There
wa.- a good offering of beef, in spite
of the inclement weather of the previous day. The total supply -.vas soil
al si ot tions.
Mutton and veal were both scarce,
and demand was generally good.
There was a fair supply of pork,
which was snapped up by local buyers as soon as it was landed on the
market wharf on Thursday.
The poultry market was not so.
crowded as it has been during the
pasl few weeks. The bulk of the birds
offered were bought up by Vancouver
buyers. There was a fair demand for
spying chickens an.l also for old fowls.
The majority of the supply of old
fowls went to Chinese buyers. There
was a fair offering of ducks, but the
demand was not quite up to the standard of former weeks. A few geese
were offered which were readily snapped up,
There was a fair offering of apples,
*'|" leading sellers being J. Saunders,
Glen Valley; J. Whitworth, Ladner:
T, Milburn, T. Black, Langley; A.
Ramsay, East Burnahy.
Then, was a liberal offering of potatoes, for which there was only a limited demand.
An auction sale of horses and cattle
followed the market, at which a number  of   the   animals   offered   brought '
good prices.
Quotations.
Beef, hind quarters, 7>2.   to 8V_c Ib.
Beef, forequarters, ii_e to 5c lb.
Veal, 9c to 10c lb.
.Mutton, 12c to 13c Ib.
Pork, 9c Ib.
Dressed fowl, 20c lb.
Potatoes, $12 to .. 11 | m
fin ions, $1.25 sack.
Eggs!  SOc to 55c dozen.
Butter, 30c to 35c lb.
Fowl, .7 to i^ dozen.
Chickens, <*., to $7 dozen.
Ducks. $io to $11.50 dozen,
Geese, $1.25 each.
Apples, 85c to ?]  box.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN "hat
application will be made I the Parliament of Canada, a* the next session
-hereof, for an Ac: to Incorporate a
Company under the name if Burrard
Westminster Boundary Railway ani
Navigation Company, with power to
construct, equip. niain"_:n ani opera*e
a iine or lines of railway, o:* standard
or other gauge, with steam, electric,
gasoline or any other kind of motive
power, for the conveyance of passengers and freight, from a point or
points at. in or near the following Io-
.ali ties:
A
Commencing a: a point ou the north
Bide of False Creek, thence crossing
False Creek 'ry a bridge and running
in a southeasterly direction through
the City of Vancouver, Hastings
Townsite, the Municipality if South
Vancotivei- and Burnaby and the Citj
ni New Westminster to the Fraser
River Bridge, thence northeast rl
through the City of New Westminster,
the Municipality of Coquitlam to Poi".
Moo ly, thence in a westerlj lirection
to a point at or near the .   v ised lo-
iti ui of the Vancouver, Westminster
A: Vukon Railway bridge il Second
Narrows. Burrard Inlet, thence contin
ling westerly through Hastings Town-
site to place of commencement in Citj
of Vancouver.
B
From a poirr  at or neai mth
end of the proposed Vancouver, Westminster & Vukon Railway bridge at
Second Narrows. Burrard Inlet, rhencei
across said bridge to a point north of
the Municipality of Nora V.:. , ..-
on Howe Sound, and to a point north
of the Municipality of North Vancouver on the North .Vrm of Burrard Inlet.
C.
From a  point  at  the  north end of
the Fraser River bridge at New Westminster,   thenc*   across   said    bridge
(leave to cross which will be applied!
for  to   the    Provincial    Government i,'
thence southerly to a point on the international   boundary   between  Serni-
amo Bay and Sumas
D.
From a point, on the south side of
False Creek, thence westerly through
the City of Vancouver au,l the Municipality of South Vancouver to a point'
at or near Point Grey, thence returning in a southeasterly direction by the
most feasible route to a jioint at or
near the north end of the Fraser
River Bridge in the Citj of New West-
Impossi
in a country growing like ours for property to remain long as
cheaply as you can get it now. The biggest fortunes in Canada have
been made from Real Estate, and the smallest capital is sufficient.
We have many excellent properties both jn town and country,
but prices are rising rapidly. Don't let outside investors secure all
the snaps; do a bit yourself; do a bit of thinking, and become a
landed proprietor of your own.
Many, very many, of the properties we have been advertising the
past few weeks, have been sold, and there are several new ones in
this advertisement, and all splendid purchases.
The Greatest Snap, bar
none, in the city.
House 7 rooms ; store
front; 1 3-4 acres. $1,350
for the whole lot.
Thr,-'   q I irters   of   an   acre   and
house    :   Columbia  street, Sapperton.
HOTEL   FOR   SALE.
Full sized lot.   $20,000.
Size of lot 88 1-2 x 66.
Chicago Wheat Pit.
Chicago, Dec. 7.���Continued lively
in : for cash wheat by the mi en
.'��� Minneapolis and Duluth caused -
furthei advance In prices al -;. - ���
points, and was the primary reason for
'���' bullish sentiment that prevaile I all
''���''��� ������' 'he loi al wheal m irket, The
markel  closed  firm.
Tide Table   Fraser River
For week ending De :. 7. it. 11,
NEW WESTMINTSBR,
High Low
Water VVate .
I'"1'.   3        8.45 2.45
18.05 : 1.55
Dec.   I        9.15 320
18.35 li.:,.-,
Dec.   5      10.05 1.00
19.10 13.50
Dec.   6      10.45 1.40
20.00 16.45
Dec.  7      n.25 5.00
21.15 17.43
Dec.   .      12,00 5.25
22.55 18.10
"oc   9      12.40 5.50
  in.:::,
SAND HEADS.
High. Low.
Time. IIt. Time.  lit.
Dec.   3      8.06    13.1 0.15    1.9
17.26   11.0 13.26   9.8
Dec   1      8.46    13.2 0.30   2.1
17.30   10.0 14,23   9.8
Dec.   3      0.2G    13.2 1.28    _.3
18.32    10.3 13.111    0.7
Dec.   (,    10.03    111.1 2.00    2.0
19. Hi     9.8 16.13   9.4
Dec.   7    1U.11    12.9 2.53    3.6
20.34     9.3 17.06   8.8
Dec.   8    11.22    12.8 'l.-IO   4.3
22.15     8.B 17.08   s.i
Dec.   9    11.59    12.8 4.1! 1    3.1
23.07     90 18.48   7.0
From Port. Moo iy easterly t0 Dewdney trunk road, thence following generally the said trunk road through Coquitlam, Maple Ri Ige and Mission M :-
nicipallties to Stave River and the east
boundary of Mission Municipality,
All in the Province of British Columbia.
And to construct, equip, maintain
and operate branch lines and all necessary bridge.,, roads, ways and ferries, steamship barges and vessel-,
theatres and other places of amusement, ami to construct telegraph an l
telephone lines it: connection with
sai I railway an I i incht -. an . t ,
'. in unit mes ages ; ir - unmercial
purposes, and to chai ..- i ills therefor,
an I to generate eh -trlcity fei the supply of light, he it an 1 power, an I
entei Into agreemeni - with . n . ie -
'���'i'' or power c impan; fo th ��� purpose of obtaining the tran mission ol
electricity,  an I   I ,   acquire  and   h >1 I
"';- i,] "'i'"   companie . an I i > acquire an i   rh ,,���:.  .   . .������..  I)0wer   for
the  purpose of generating ��� lei I Icit.
to Bell and distri mte the       ie, and to
' xproprlate, lm;      ;...,.,   an i    ..-
I ind for tlie ..a    ,       ,| tn,  .   ..   an
;""i   |,,:'  "''"���   P in      and  lo  .   ,
ami collecl to::.- .    ...
Ing and  foi   all   frelgl     ,..    ���....   ,,, .
said railway an 1   irani hes, an I to con
uecl wiili or make traffic or other arrangements   with  rail-way,   steamboat
or othei' companies, and to < onsl uct,
maintain and opera e th t said railwa.
and branch,-, and the s.id telegraph,
telephone   and   electric   power   lines
across, along or upon streel i or highways within any municipality, suibjoi I
to the regulations of said  municipal-
"���i'i  and to cross navigable rivers orj
streams, and to arrange for the us,, of
' ridges therefore, and to conned with
und interchange traffic over other railways,  and   to   purchase,    take   over,!
lease or otherwise acquire the property rights and franchises of any othei
company or companies, and to lease
:";i or otherwis spose of the undertaking, or any pari Uu reof, and for|
:i" other necessary rights, powers and
privileges In that behalf; and thai till
of the above works may be declared
t"  be  for  the  general  advantage of
Canada.
TUPPER & GRIFFIN,
For the Applicants.
Dated al  Vancouver, this  L6th day|
of November, L906,
Part of I ,' 369, joins Lake Commur,
a i iut 70 a tres, only $-3 per acre.
Hall cash.    Jump.
til acres in Pitt Meadows, only
$35 per icre. One third cash, balance
at 6 per cent.
Three full-sized lots, cleared and
fenced, close to car; a good speculation; five minutes from post office;
$1,800;  easy terms.
House ani lot, 33 x 100, 1%-storey,
situated near Queen's avenue. $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
160 acres. Westmins'er district, 4'i
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
chard. % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land: running
spring; house 18 x TS; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and cow
stables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
_ span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for Btanding
timber; carriage house l'i x 24; hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, !_ x 30. A chance of a lifetime $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at t'i
per cent.
160 acres on the S oti roa.1, IC ^, re.
(leare l    barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.
Bplendid soil; only $30 pei a tre, $1,000
cash, balance ������ i-'
160 acres goo i  I irm lan I in  Del
ibout :'*_ miles from ri', tr, neai Scotl
: ial. $12 per acre; .. real good buy.
i
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
a: idem, ..able and chii ken house, full
bIzi 1 lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
Double tenement house, 6 rooms in
' each hous... water, light, full size lot,
'between Firs; and Second street,
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
,$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
| at 6 per cent.
80 acres, one mile from Abbotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
150 acres improved land, buildings
and sheds comple'e, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation. $15,000. If you
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
lii'l acres, township   11,  section   15,
two miles from For-  Langley;  3 acres
'slashed. $1,000, one-thiri cash
t
160 acres, Langley, _.,', under cultivation; house, barn, .sheds, etc. all in
good repair; a snap at $3,000, half
cash.
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1,100 cash.
SOLD
but they can be bought
again for $1,350. This
is the most perfect illustration of how it pays to invest in real estate.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
Two-storey house, stable, chicken
house, two full sized lots, all modern
Improvements, Third street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, $2,250,
$1,500 cash;  good snap.
l"-i : sized l il on Mown' street, $225.
House on Royal and Eighth sit, t,
���w i Btoreys, Be ven rooms, full Blzed
lot,  $2,000.
;!.i ise, 10 rooms, l'_ lol -. near
Fourth avenue and Seventh Btreet,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
James Inlet, three square miles, il
$5.00, halt cash, balance easy.
ISO acres, Maple Ridge, SecUons 28,
29 in 1 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush ani some Btnall trees.
Prices; Section 32, $45 per acre; Sec-
tion 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $53
per acre. Telephone at Hammon I
telegr iph sl ition, Pitt River Bri I-; ���
Terms, half cash, balance one ani 'w ���
years al 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
67 acres, lb,ruby Ranch, Nlckomekl
house cosl $2,500 when built, 20 acres
i leared.    Price only $3,000, half cash,
balance ''any.
160 acres in Surrey, near Brown &.
Coulthard's ranch, $7 per acre; good
terms; fruit lands; nee us for particulars.
.0 acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, in Surrey; good house, ii acres
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms.
3 roomed house, all modern improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth
Bti    and   Agnes,    $5,000,    one    half
cash,   A comfortable homi' and   good
famiI.   residence.
Eight roomed house , all modern
c mveniences, on Carnarvon street and
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
House and lot on Agnes Btreet, two
31 ire; s, seven rooms: a real snap at
$2,500.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
al  $10 each.
House on Brantford street, rents $r,
per month. Will sell for $1,500. Terms
$73ii  cash,  balance  eas. .
Fi\e cottages and two lots on First
Btreet, opposite Queen's park.    Price1
$7,000.
I
nn,' an l a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia Btreel and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terms to be arranged.
I i   acres   ne ir   city, $7  per acre;
��� ��� ��� us for fuller particu: irs
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
,1 incl lon, $20 per acre
16
��� Ival. ui
133   i
don, B.C    ;
H.
draine;
���i - ul
cosl $2,30
$50 pt
'   :..
ill   i-i .
'..
eil
Bon ���'    ellii
t |
bad  heali .
������ ' ��� -  ')
,   ���   ite
160   icres.
ship   10 _r;l
acres   cleared '|
Price  $1,500,
at 7 per cent.
11;-, acres :   , -.J
ed, ii-i"  Bla $2,000,1
S and  lu . S "i'i
mile i from i r, $10 pe
160 acres .    ' ���,,1-il
_'_  miles ' rd; Si
alder bottom  $1,200, hall   isb \
Ten acres li one _]
of Westmln
ily cleare 1.    $3C    ���
Two  storle I " roomi
sewer   connei modi
provements ���                 I
Terms  arrai
1 l.'-.-ti,:.'
$1,500, ea ���:���
tra lly   loi ite
Housi .
Sixth street,
room -. $2,500.
Bo ir ling 1. ..      -
Btreet,   i ne
rents at $3 |
$4,500.
Seven r i ���**   '��� .
near   Fifth   iventu      ' > "'
sized lot, $1,600.
House,  elghl   '   i as, ":1 ���'
street,   conn i    F     lh, 5-:'T
terms.
Hon-'. \
a!",,.''.     Sa
month.   On    $1,050.
1 lift','    .1
Meads.  $425.
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokf
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
.... CALL ON....
r.A.Mu_r&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster,
C B.
Purchase Notice
Notice Is hereby given thai 60 days
after date   I  Inten I   applying  to  the
Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands   and
Works for permission to purchase the
following describe.I  land, situated atl
tho mouth of the Kildala river, Coast |
district: Commencing at a post mark-'
ed VV.   M.'s  N.  E  Corner  planted  on
the south  bank  of the  Kildala  river1
al  the mouth, running as follows:  40
chains    south.    4')    chains   west.    40
chains north to the shore line, thence
following shore line to plate of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or less.
Aug, 27, 1006.
Local or, W. MOODY,
Per FRANK   VANDAL.  Agent
Oct. 24,  1906.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands wit iiin the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of ago, to
the extent of one-q,uarter section of
160 acres, mote or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tbe local land office for the district in
which the land Is situate.
Six month '
,. given to tl
ninion Lands **       '
0 apply tor pati'
W W I
Deputy  Mil   ' ' : " "'
X.   ii.��� Fii,;;' I  ; '
this advertlsi tu-ut will ''���"'
for.
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
lug bi  im       o|'  K.  II.  Ileiisim,   I   w'HI'
in- pleased  lo see all his old customers, as  well as new ones     Horscshoe-
Ing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON.
Eighth   Street.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
l'i) At  least six  months'  residence
upon   and  cultivation  of the land  in
each year for three years.
(2) If thc father (or mother, if the
-.-_���_.._-__  __*   _.__..-._��.���_��_%_��_.   father is deceased) of the homesteader
NflTfF Tfi f ANTRAf TORSres des upon a farm in the vcnty
llU IIU. IU lUll I Ilni. I Ull J of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(j) 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 bc satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
SPRM
wait- �����
Tenders   for   building   will   be v..
' "iv I up to Dor. 8, at l  p.m.   Plans
untl specifications at. my office, Trapp
Bloc!     Lovvesl or nny tender nol ne-
a    irlly accepted.
A. HARDMAN.
336 Hastln;    SI
Bookkeei n
LIMITED
IgBDd
..it'll.-
it
Shorthand, Tele:   ���
glneering.
Seven  Teach** \
Forty-Five 1to"\
Students Alwa"        J
R.J.SPR0
minM in UflDAV
DEC
1906.
nn: DAILY Nl Ws
& Steamers
-P.R MA
S LINE.
.N.\v.*'-
N. W. 11.35
JUS
IC-P-B- -'
[n. W. S.30;
jtde
SIOS BRANCH
Seattle 15.50.
N  W. 18.40.
rtjflOXSTEB JUNCTION.
Lff 8,30,1' ��� 15.40,17.36.
[Ji; ..3S.U 16-40. 18-40.
riTHOBTHERN RAILWAY.
mo.n__m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Jgp^'ar, Seattle 10 p.m.
ff 4 y-VANCOUVER
,w 3p m. aad 9:65 p. m.
' lC0.ver K::.-. a.m.. and 4 p.m.
��� r-POHT GUICHON.
|N y c,;35 am-;  ar. Guichon
���talon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
, b. and 6 P- m
idavs only.
,EL��CTUIC-VANCOUVER.
iyn West ii.-I- ster 5.50, C.50, 1
ja.!,, at.it''.;. ball hour there-
. II p. ***���
jV-Hcouvtr fur Westminster at
lours.
iser River and Gulf
i*p RIVER.
,jj ,������. Moi. v.   :  Frid. 8 a.m
"���..,, , Sat.,  7  a.m.
j N, W. Tu��� Tb ��� Sat. 8 a.m.
|Chwk. Sun., W'i :.. Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
In W. dall;   ex Sat and Sun.,
:.-     la;   -
I trip. M"i-a ' ��� " a.m.
JSten ton, 7 a.m, (Fri. C a.m.)
ftr,  Saturday, .', p.m.
ICTU't'A AND ISLANDS.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE
S.   S.  T. rs,
1st.   7th.   Hth   ,:  .......   montl    ���
Claoqnot and Mosquito Hai boi
to Abouset. q latslno, Capi s,
^ay  ports,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New  Westminster on  v
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thu
i.Dd   Friday   at   _   p m. and  Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mi _
day at 6 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Baturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. add tional
trip Saturday fi p. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
6. S. Beaver
Leaves N.-w Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a_ m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Cbilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver al 2 p, ni. 2n 1
and icth of each month, ceiling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Cot : i
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate,
For reservations and Informal n
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. .!. COYLE,
A*8t. Oen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver
.1. W, TROUP,
General Super'ntendent, Victoria
On. Agent, Freight De��t���
New  W 'stmliister.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
the comfohtapi i way
V. W. & Y. RY
NEW II    Dally
'    'I    W! STMINKTKH    Arrivo
" Maine, Belling ':: 00 pm
I ni ham      Burling 19 BHpm
ton,   Mi.   Ver I
non,     Everett,
Seattle       and
Portland.
i a,line. Sl   3   (1(1 pnj
Pail]     and     all
points Kiihi.
���' 20 am anacortes, 3:00 pm
Woolley,     lind1
IRockport
10 pm Vancouver       [9:20 am
;' 55 pm [4:36 pm
l.v      New      West lllllll ���<a
Guichon a i. ut   \:   Guli hon
6  1    it... Monday,   Wedm
1 ���  la
'i -i.   ar   from (lUichon
��� '       ,i   a Lv, foi  Vani mn i
Route of the ramona
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Dally Overland Trains    2
ine, St. Paul, t\l!i ni i|
'  ,ii -.  Duluth, Chli aa,,. St
Uml ���   and   all   poinl     I
For    con plete    Infoi inailon
i  b       bei 'h   ia  ervaiion,   i I
���i or ud '���������
V  C MEYERS, tVgent,
Hank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, ll   C
S. tl. VERKES, \. 0. I'  A .
Coi ner Second  \ie nue ni il (lev
lumliia St., Seattle, Wash.
When You Bu\ Cookies or Te.i
Bisci ilts Why Nol C E\ the Best
Call and see our special offer.
We have twenty-one varieties put up by tho celebrated
Jacob & Sens. Dublin, which we are offering at
l.v per package or two for 26c
Don't gamble with your oust m    Take no chances, it will
pay vou to deal with
C. A. WELSH ^rs
N.W, Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
(Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Received.
Ion.:.. '���:
...."a in. 11.36 a.m.
N ,,.   9,00 a in
I .
Tbe onl) rallw ay i unning ll .. b
Blee]' t- and tourist cai Bi I equipment.
TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM
, f thai \m;i'. Gift, b> getting .omothinfl tha'  ia
Seasonable, Acceptable and Reasonable in Price
MOId Country Boot Store
90c   $1.75
$L75 to $275
$1.75
Ladies'and Gentlemen'-   SLIPPERS, warm lined,
. ��� . j an.l ,, imfortable    From,
1..'iiin".' sl II'I'I-'KS for evening wear     rheso form a verj neai and a)
propriate ��� 'hristmas Gift.    From
iiini.' Fine   Dress  SLIPPERS.     These aro verj   nice an
���n be i qualities.    From
Have you Been the Dii i> Waterproof Urri yel ' A pun of them
will keep thai boy'a feel dry for the wet, wintrj weather yel
in come.   They will  easily outwear two  pairs of nny other,
 oi\n   -\i   	
���_!
I...
C 1" p.m.
Train foi Seattle leave* al t 10 a in
Easteru Expn   .  al  15.40
For  rates,   reservations   and  other
,, , ' particulars apply to
m    3.30 p.m.
.     2.00 p in ED. GOULET,
a.m.   9 00 a in C. )'. R   Agent,
; m.   1.15 p.m. I New Westmln li r
E.  J.  COYLE.
: in. 11.00 a.m.   Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,'
Vancouver.
' -il" Spokane falls S Northern Ry. Co.
tn   11.00 p.m.
12.00 in.
lan Pacific Railway Co.
p Cotumb'a Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
i *������ Cc_st .  ne Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
i notice).
��� - Vancouver
.a   9,  lt'i'7;
v". VICTORIA   SEATTLE
RCLTE.
p-r:eS;  .   ::-.��� 3.
,.'  1  p.  m.
I14    NEW      .'.ESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
IS:.--.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rat! route between all
points east, ��r-t and south to Ri
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pa fie and O. R.
& N   Co.
Connect^ at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Rail* y for Boundary
Creek  points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage  r'-iily ior  K- |
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    IO,
IQOI.
Day Tra;n Arrive
..  Spokane  . . ��� 7 IS P *'"
.. Ro--: ind ���4 to p.m.
.  Nels n ...   ��� 6-45 P m
H  A. JACKSON
Leave
0.20 a m.
12.25 P-m.
9 4c a m.
City.
a. m
HORSES!    HORSES!
���'��� -   MO ROUTE.
I'     : I   i 1   . ��� *        grad 1 iatc
-: .- ���-     '
.:.  '���' - - : rl(,a)
-v '.-:���  >.-���-��� :'
d. Sat
DR.   H    D    BROWN,  V.S.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Vcir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH WESTERN.    LTD,
Embodies the newesl    nnd best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE
and   LUXURY.     It   is  litjlitr.l   with
both   electricity   and   kus   the   mosl
brilliantly    illuminated    train    in    tbr
world.     The   equipment   consists   nf
private  compartment   cur.,   standard
id   lection   sleepers,  luxurious   dining
.... reclining chair rars (seats free),
modem   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
brarv  and   smoking  t.irs.
I*,.r Time Tables,  Folders, or any
furih.-r information  '".ill on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGI-NT,
��20 Second \venue, Seattle, Wash
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
\. 1 n|| 1!,,. principal business centers of
uv i .RIO, QUEBEC i""1 the M M'l
TIME l'iv'i'N INCES
\; ,, |��� 1:111 U..O, NEW  YORK and
PHIL \D1_I rill a. ia. Niagara Falls
r,,i   1 iol.- T 1'.   . etc . addn   ���
01 tv vv   VA   v
A      ;   llllll    ' il n'i    I'a    " ���'     '     '   ' ' '
Agent, .      .dan      ���    '    ��� ���  ���   ���
The Old Countrv BOOT STORE
COLUMBIA ST
J, Stewart, Prop
BR YSON & SONS
MESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON having
now dissolved partnership, thc business will be
carried on as heretofore bv BRYSON A  SONS
UP-TO-DATE  STOCKS   OF
Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, Tinware,
- Graniteware and Enamel Goods -
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia sr.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C
Carruthers Manufacturing Com y.
. liitiiiliit'lii! n a of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
llu*
C -lrrulhiT-H IVI.inuf .i< I (iiii iu Co.
VANI 11IIVI 11.   II C
cm n.i-i sr��.vi��.|-!.
...   >     .'.-..,    , ������. ������:,     ���.. He.    A
Sbildiick, recbw n.ti�� OoitiiiiwilM, t
a 111 Itat I a -. tKH.v.titi 11 am ;
Sundaj -,:������ 8t (_��orge*'�� kail, ZM
, .. . ate. s ���-.'. aat Sunda. in ibp
m<inih in tbp church Kvenao_-g and
sermon '��� ��� th�� irector, . p.m dailv
servia al t-;, _ -.-.-. and S pin ^><vpi
, .   t when Evenaoug i�� *atii ai
Hot.   I oiiin-.iini.in everj   Thu
��� .,���   ������    ���-. .    I  ,."���   ;o   s  a ni     Chotl
a.   .-r on Fridaj aftei Kvonsiine
81   Barnabas   Re.   v \\    Houghton,
rectoi      Morning   Prayei   ��n.i   Holj
 ',-,    s   a ���-       Moi ning   ria.vr-i
,. r.i    11   in     Evening   Pwjnei
,   ".       llii'tiri   cia.K.  _  p.m.;   Snn.la\
���. ���,, baptlsmn aftei Sunday
s.-iio.���:   . a< Iti f Pi Maj   v p m
. . 1 -..-I- fn      f    a, ,'....lag  v.'.ienl at
st      p  ned     t'i lacopal
. ��� irch   K<��    v   ��� '        Ov 1 n   rectoi
j Divin*   ��.i.'-i'. .    s... . :,>     u   am   an,I
: , ia    Sundaj s< ho<      :    , ...    pi ���*'
1     ,.i< t tin)-:. Thins,'.,,    .   . \    are
...  ,   ...   <,
ti     ,1,     lla,  1   SI     , ' '��� Ml
������  ��� ���    .' ���'             r 1 aching ' ���   lh*
. . -, 1 ;i m  and 7 p.n     Sublet
ot  ���, ���   ...     Mc '. ng    Qui
. ��� i Dai ai 1 ihi Qu< si lon o( the Da;
1  1 ���.��� s.niibii    school   and
, :,..    ,    he close ol the moi 1
��� . ...   ������. 1 ������ r \ a.,m: pi 0 di  ���
���, .       on Mi    lay a    . 1 m     W ed
���   t , a.,; meeting  at s
.1      dor will continu- his
es on Hi    1 i> ���- 1.1 thai mei   ng
,1,    will hi      Phi   !;'  lei   Reel ol
hi   1 ��� :,. . 'fn .-   4th ��� ha] ���'
I*.-, ������   leagu.   Pi Ida;  evening al  i 30
Queen'i   ivi     ���   Metl 0'���������������     R< 1   W
.    ... .t    ������ \    1 ;,....      :-,   , |ee.
and a ���>  achool
... ������-, 1 ...    mid "eefc
prayi     met w <������ Inesda;   S   p m .
1 , worth it a nie   \t,m,iav   s p m
We.i ; nd Mi ���'������::���..������-. Sundaj aei
> , 1      11   a ,-,    and   ; p m .  Sunday
'   hi ol,    ' 30   i  ni      Tho  pulpil   will  be
occupied In tin1 morning bj H<'v   .1  E
r.  1 linn   antl In 'b<j evening bj  Rei
Dr  Sipprell, who will speali on tnunl
, I]:,: mattei 1
St. Andrew's 1'reshyterlan lt<--i .1
s Henderson pastoi SuttddJ. Ber
t,i     Ila m   and  i   p in .   ChHetian
|  1. a a , 01       Monda.      s    p 111 .      pra' ea
meeting, Wednesdaj s p.m Sundaj
norn a- v Greal and Glorious it"
ull     , i. ning    i'he w orld t Greatesl
\lll_lll
w.i Presbyterian   Re>    F    Ward
j in��     I'm im .   \i v     rh 11.    mlnlstei
Services 11  a m   and  I  p ni     Sunda;
school   and   Bti le   1 lass    _ 30   x ni
[iroj-ei   meeting,   Wednesday,  ������>  p.m
Sunda. morning Bitbjecl     The Peace
' .'i i,.',i . evi ning     Phe Good  Soldb
I of Chrisi "
iv nny   , iiiii, ii   Sappei lon   Rei    l1
m. I'lit.i<:   ii v    pastoi    Service*, u
I :i in   and   ,'   : ni     Sunda;   BChool and
Blbh  , '������rr-      ti r in    meeting ol . P
:-1  K   i'initial 1, 11,   aftei the eiettihg
.I, i.i   1.1,11 ning   ��� lobi'i ti ���
ervici    ��� >     In      a' a , :     1 ba St ui. ���
81 Irltual 1 Ibertj "
Ciospel hall cornei sixth avenm and
1 Ninth Btreel    Breaking ot btead everj
Sun lm  :n  11 a.m     Sun,bn  .tb.iol and
j Bible ��� lase      t m . gospel address, 7
li hi .   10ni.'   meeting   Wednesdaj   S
p in,
81   Petei's cathedral 1 Human 1 !a '
|!, I    1,   .,      and Benediction, 7 p.m
Sundaj Mai   al 8 and 10 :m am    c il
ot boon  ,1  1.35 p 01    Fridaj devotl ns
��� in r ni     _t tht  - 1 ��� ning Bervici     ; ���
si    111 ol :i i��.i. a "i   I,', eni sei m 1
wlll 1 e to"" In .1 bi  Rei    .   Maddi 1
O.M.I   on iiu' Btilijei I ol   fhe Immai
ulate c.otiception      Duet,    Vve Marl ���
11 nui.ii.uu,|. Mp.bib   M   <-���!��an an 1
Jos  Ullodeaii
nm lard Is the extract or pure hog
in     It la as pure bb lt Is wlilip    Ti y
It       Rl || I . i.aa   I,   ,e.   ,',,
%_-' k'Tl..
SING
LOL
���HERE'S NOTHING BETTEI;.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
E WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA. LTD.
F    r    D .VWSON. A-^ent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouver. THE DAILY NEWS
URDAY
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by th��_QaUy News  Pub-
ag  Company   Limited,   at   thi
offices, corner   or   Sixth   an I   F
Btreets, New Westminster, B.C.
Of   course   your   grocer   Kas
WINDSOR TABLE  SALT.
He will send it to you always, if
you specify w 1NDSGR.
Managing Director.
.J. C. Bro .vr,
A" VERTISING RATES.
Tranalen ....-ii!a> advertising. 10
c-.ui- per .re nonpariel) 12 lines to
tbe iD-b. Five .eats per iine tor
. ut sequent !ns .rt-.ons.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
.-onts ppr line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
���:   :.   la ll.  :S.:.z    - linst  the    B    .       -
Premier   the   thnn lei
... ath?   What checks the fierj bo
the Colonist?   why sits the edit ir   ���
the Xews-Advertiser i::_. tive     ..   .. -
.s'ool?
By the way. -here is   I : inn;   st iry
i about a lecturer ;ini a "heckling" pe
son   in   'ho   audience,   the   point
which Is in the question, "Were you
lying then, or are ���   u :. ;rr.: n iw?"
Smith  ren -   ed that he had found a
-  -he wind had  blown
it In -r.tnz.    Taking it al! in' i
r-on-t [eratt. n,  he   thought    tha'    the
boar-1 of ��      - I I i   : ine very well.
Th- - ��� . tei -    ���  ���  ������ evening
trustees     past   and
esem���Messrs   Creighton  Thornber,
Ti i       ind   Peck.    These   gentlemen
������   ������. ....  lines   ���'���. ch have   been
pu dicly      : -   .--- i     | revi msly,    all
more money was n
sary  for  the   schools,   and   that   th?
-..--    wen     r.������.. ;.r,\ led  at   the
presen   '
Koi   time   contracts,   special   posi-
t.o-is, apply to advertising manager.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Notices of birrhs, marriages or uftnr TU|i, . ppnnr
leaths, 50c. Wants, for sa'.es, lost or MIIKr ln.-\ \ M.IIKr
f mnd, rooms to let. etc.. one rent per '"U,lL 'l"1" rt WHIRL
word No advertisement taken for
196j than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
OF THEM SPOKE
iContinued from  Page One.)
Day  Office       A22
Night  Office       B22
SATURDAY. DEC. 8. 1906.
RIGHT   TG   THE   POiNT.
ito G     e has beei     lying
British
- - ���-.   nails ead    Fii -
,   ..      . quest! in   It says
"__  ���" - 5 public ai
���-:.-. m I    the fact that hundreds
;.  ���    Indians   in present in  V in-
��� iver,   ������'��� ith   .'   ���  ti ipati m,  r i id  or
shelu .. not Bl   fo    ������:���:���   ;in I   il  �� i
���   iffi   : g, living in the o en, at, I
���- endent on thei    -   mtj  - i. inga oi
��� itj   foi   ,i   living.   The;,   are    le
scribe,] as fine-1 i king  m t.       iny of
them   ild British soldier.-.   This seems
to    ������   :  case for intervention by the
Dominion Government, so far as -;.  si
now in Canada are concerned, and by
... Imperial Government for the pre-
rention of others from following them.
These poor fellows would never have
found   their   way to   Canada   except
���:.. mgh misrepresentation on the pa-t
of people who saw a chance to profit
by their transportation."
Then,   not   having   apparent!}   the
fear of a criminal libel suit before Its
eyes, it  entitles an article. "Drawing
the Herring," and proceeds to say:
"The  Manitoba   and  British   Colum-
i   Governments   are   preparing   to
��� ��� their electoral campaigns on the
iss i"  ol   better terms.    Great  efforts
will   be  put  forth  ro  make  it ap ea
thai Ilie two Provinces tit" being ba I-
ly  treated   by the  Dominion  Government,  an 1 in  the beat of I he  i ���nt-
menl  which   -lie   politici ins   hope to
lise II la expect -l that more import-
;.:. - -   namel  . the gen ra   adn In-
ition   of   the   Provinces,   will
��� rlo    ed or forgot tei     Such a  pro-
.   .ta .     lesei ves  i i  fail.    Th    Prov-
���     nee I   not    feai   thai   thei    jusi
iill be igno    I at Ottaw      The
!'������:..       |: ivei nn eni    can
objeel than I        iir all
t  none  of the
1    ivince    ��111 gi it It asks fo
To a ' ���   :.    ������ '   in you evi
to gel  is a well   " togniz
-   .   ol nego ar -        '; he Prem
the       ious Provin    3 have i ���--
'���- te I ii    To found    n ele
ngth ol .    II thai
isked is tvhai   too     isur.i,
.'������'...,���'. .  ��� :.
| '��� .
.
T  ere are      n ..- in
Pi      ..,.    ��� | .-       riand i
ntion ol    ts citi    i
a
���       ���      a
WHY THIS  SILENCE1
In  ��� he  j eai   '   <
es in I .���   !'���   rin
for a few
two   Cablnel   va    nch
le itii'-1     edltoi - ite     numi
learned   articles   tl    ��� am n
hati
, anch    ��� n   ingered   he sta .::: ���  ofl
ilar tern, tht revolution of th'.
I lanet, t,,>. ecurlty of the throne, the
Integrity i the British Con tll ition,
and various other well establishod
things. Da. after day their facile
pens poured forth the solemn warnings which were de-signed to averi I i
dread calamities they foreshadowed.
Six years have passed Into the time-
store of the infinite since those  articles were written, and we have now.,
ai ti time when no such reason as tli��n
existed ��� for  temporary  vacancies   can
be adduce.], a Cabinet which litis b i
one man shorl i u- the besl part of ������
year, Certain of these iiito"~ are i,t
the same chair, wh! h they then occupied, yet their eloquent pens are
silent, Why? If n ' " mcj In Ihe
Cabim t for a -.. ���' < I wo nay, for
a day or t w o In 10! . threatene 1 Hi ���
direst calamities ��� he body politic, al
standing vacancy i cannol be a
matter to be lightly ignored, How
comes it that these editors fail to rush
to Lhe rescue of our Imperilled constl-
trherebj   the  Van   mvei    Powt      Co.
bad ac y:.:-- I ��� ���'������"  I of the cit) power,
an ; . riticize i a i ontraci  ��� \.-  :.- b
tween -he i Itj    ind   thi -
- ng out that the institu   ...   * as
_��� ���-ii _      .      it l      ��� ������ i . '���'��� bile
ens had ti     i      _ He
ght that the a     <oIs should
..: ��� ie monej tl -;���   n<     I    md �� ml l
e in fai       I -   nting it 1   thei
Aftei Mi   iii   ;.. n ha
:.: Keary expla
���   .een  thi     enit and
ind  gave   satisfact
- t. - whj  the
1       institu     a     ... - ���       own
��� ��� ers,  ������'��� ire   and    transl    mer-.,
agrei I to lo al! theii   i ���-. ii lng     His
.t irshl       -       irret ted   Mi   Hai Iman
on a cou] le ol   ithei     lints
Messrs. I Hu Ison, W. Mill r an 1 J.
McN i haa not vet..- :.. ich to saj.
theii remarks ting main the s ime
as those advanced by the othei
speakers.
.1. J. .1 ihnsb n S] ��� - ' mg the Iin ���-
oi economy, consistent v i-i: publi
safety. Many sidewalks s iuld have
to be replace I during the coming
year. He also had a few words to say
in connection with the raisin? o?
revenue from fines or bail money
taken from drunks. He thought that
it would be better if the treasury was
not increased by revenue fr un such
sources as that.
W. S. Smith, whom the d ij i de
3cribe I as being last b il r. it I as
upon the list, remarked that thesmall
amount of damage done by fires was
lue to the small number of fire, which
:., I taken place in the wesl en 1.
Thins., were in ba 1 -'���. ��� i ir. thai ]
of the city, and to illustrate this, '.'
Mi I,tary.
Tit.-:- ��� was a fa::-:;.  Bood attendance
. -   A   an i   B companies,   6th   D.C O.
Rifles at the armories. Thursdaj evening     Coi     u HI   was cat rie l  on,
,-.n i a portion of the time was ta! en
wi b ��� ���:.- sical drill by the instructor, Master Gunner Cornish.   Th.- latter portion of the evening was taken
: ,   in  signalling by   Corporal  Salte.-,
who is an expert in 1    -     am h.   It is
a   irrention to devote a  ;>orrion  ol
each  evening  in the  futun   to  thesa
-:   ������ ��� -   thus i -i."'. lng the mon I n
of a-.-. i.  mai   . ng
It is to be hoped thai rutui      iradt
will see a full turn out of the tw i c
* : es.    Nex-  'i iea I     evi aii - thi
cruit    iti;1.   .it. 1   Tl ui -
im ian e.   A good   lass of rs-
ilts is .\ -        ind wil
le to 1        thi        '...  ivitb the   il . t
���:. : -  -.������.���      - ���  :.
WANTED foi   jewellerj  sl
.'. Sr   ice D irei   i lolumbi i . -
SEE  OUR  WINDOW
CUTGLA
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond Merchant
COLUMBIA STREET,  NEXT TRAM OFFICE.
CHRISTIVIA
I   Is not far off, and it's time you were thinking of "His" Xmas Pr
I
WANTED���Boys,   immediately;   good
���'���  - ���-.   Apj :   if. i'. i liga   .' u
Wantea���S      ig to drivi    ig and
t   i  ������    limself  iren.-rally   useful.   Ap
VS. E. Kales' Furniture store
LOST DOG���Came to the p emises
-  .. .... [ersigne ;. an  English sett ��� .
The owner can have i' by proving
property and paying expenses. .1.
Eugene Brown. 234-3
I
iiU*iM***ii��^*ffl'*gE^^ ft i -afgy
"What Shall I Give Him for Christmas?"
This i.s the same difficult problem that presents
at every recurrence of the season.
We come to vour rescue and say: "Come here
your troubles and let us show you."
We're in Holiday attire and have the things a
buys for himself and appreciates most. We can;.!
the Boy's Stocking as satisfactorily as the .Man's.
esentl
-����
JAPANESE BOY, about 15 years old,
wants situation in family to do
housework for board, before an.I after school hours. Apply Harrj
Oni.-hi.  Thompson's  Livery  Stable.
231-6
NEW ADDRESS-Tbe Arrow Press Is
now installed iu '.lie Daily Xews
Block. Every kind and description
of Job Printing done. Lowest rates,
-��� wl workmanship. Satisfaction
guaranteed; prompt attention. Mrs.
Dominy, proprietress. 233M
L
A    FEW   SUGGESTIONS
Overcoats Smoking Jacket  Underwear Cuffs
Rain Coats Bath Robe Suspenders Mufflers
Suits Neckwear Umbrella Caps
Trousers Gloves Shirts Shirt Protector
Fancy Vests Hosiery Collars Sweater, Etc.
We'll lay aside your seleition until Christmas, and we'll make any ewhanges desired after Xmas
M.   L.   DeBECKj
=Clothes9 Hats and Toggery=
*���.'���:
'.*s*'S.K*:+*':*.'!.s.*s.*S6'fSM&^
0VERGAITERS
FOR LADIES
MADE
ALL
COLORS
BLACK
BLUE
RED
PAWN
We wish to announce that we have secured
the agency of the Co!uir.!iia Overgaiter Co.
of Chicago, for the sale of their goods.
Overgaiters in all colors are the correct
thing ^for this season. We have them in
Brown, Blue, Fawn. Red and Black colors.
All sizes from 3 to 7. Our prices being
within reach of all, viz.���
$1.25 A PAIR
THEY'RE   ALL   THE  GO.
JOHNSTON'S
or"
v-
$IV3U.
New Westminster,
B. C.
KKSKKKSKKSK^^
An Excellent Opportunity to get a|
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=���=��� Splendid Line of ���
FURNITUR
at the lowest possible price is afforded all at
Lee's Furniture Emporiini
We Have a Great Variet;
-   -   -   of All Lines   -
A Few Suggestions for j mas
ant'.-assBW-
Our stock is at your disposal,and we may be able to save you considerable time and worry by suggesting that SHE MAY WANT A SECRETARY
We have them from $6.50 each up. Or a MUSIC CABINET. We have ���'���
nice line of beauties from $9.00 each up. Or a ROCKER. No better
values ever offered; Solid Oak Cobbler Seat, from $3.00 each up. Or a
PRINCESS DRESSER. A most beautiful line are Quartered Oak, polished,
large oval and shaped British mirrors, from $26.00 each up.
Or, HE MAY NEED A CHIFFONIER, a man's delight.    We haw them from
$15.00 each up, in oak. Or a MORRIS CHAIR -solid comfort   in which he
may sit and dream of vou.    We have them from $6.50 up; :  lid (!;':
frames.    Or a large EASY CHAIR.   Or a BOOK CASE.
Come and look around.   We are putting goods away every day for
Xmas delivery.   Don't leave it too late.   Come early! '
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Dupont  Block Telephone 73
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Men's Full Dress Suits
We are handling a full line of the above goods ; ��
;J also Tuxedo Coats. These goods have a style and |
fc finish vou can't get from vour local tailor. Nearer fc
jj the market and more up-to-date. |
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1 Dress Suits, Silk Lined coats,  $31.OO  the Sai, I
preparing to .eii  t���i_ ...ttm���^��� ....   .. |  Tuxedo Coats, Silk Lined $21 .OO ��
I* Full Dress   Vests,   white  and  cream   colored \
|  $3.00  the vest I
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MONDAY.    R*c.    10th
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The Fraser River Tannery
|      PAYS THI   lllf.iusi
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B. C. Land
Surv cvor
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Leads the  L-st of Five Competitc -
Varied  Programme  Is Credit
abl)   Rendered.
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-Chris-bras Trade
We will be pleased to have
YOU   CALL     \*'' '-'' ECT    IT.
ADAMS & DEANS
THE CITY GROCERY
go   re
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR 1
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$     I'M I
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CAN SAVE YOU $10 ON EACH SUIT
rsOTE    THESE    PRJf I S
������   ���*'.L- ;i S**    io Order   	
e English (   ,������ iot Suit to Order
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" English Serge Suit to Order 	
��� ne Dress Worsted Suit to Order
'������ Beaver Overcoat to Order
tford Overcoat to Order 	
: English and Hair Line Trouserings -> 00 and up
'ERFEGT PIT, BUST OF MRKSMNSHIP GUARANTEED, nil JTONEV REFUNDED
$20.00
20.00
22.50
25.00
25.00
20.00
18.00
lelecl t'iMiii.
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ill .ml iee ' fore iu;
i leaning and   ' ' mff.
"m      Open evenings.      Cleaning and Pressing. ' /�����     LAl>V7lIxI      ggi and MB. MARK
'������- .i*'*'**:*':���^^^^ Price of Tickets
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���;Ij WILL SING
IIGaui5 -ruth;
*' THURSDAY, Dec. 20th, at 8 P. m.,
The following Soloists
will be heard :
P     MIPS  ELLA   WALKER,   Soprano,    ,
'!<!< as "Ruth." I
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jt.!* ;     MADAM  DEBORAH  PARKER,
�������'���, Contralto, as "Naomi."
J J;   ami   MR.   HARRY   I)AVl_-',   Basso,
mr. __)   "Ren.   "
ONE OF MANY
A  FlftST-CLASS  HOME LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY
���es of fii              I t 30 i in ��� improved;  ��� xe
boarh r ��� f fruit ���P tach, Apia". Pear, PI
Primes, Walnuts:   r 'and outbuildings; i   ntrally   II
.ired; good roads;  itore, telephon ������    I ofRce,  ichool,  church,  all convenient; excellent trans]    tatii icil  les.
Price  f>*>,ZOO. quarter cash, balance 6 per my
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd.
7HOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
;���.:<
25 cents
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
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A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
Telephone 302
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THE DAILY NEWS
^URDAy,DECl
When You Want FLOU
TELEPHONE 40
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And save money by intrusting your order to the B. C. F. & Feed Co. The well known CALGARY MILLING
CO'S Flour made from the celebrated No. 1 Hard of the Prairie Provinces of Alberta and Saskatchewan. Feed your horses, cattle, pigs and chickens, etc., on "Feeds" grown in British Columbia,
Finest in the world.
The British Columbia Flour am
Feed Company of New Westminstei
To the Electors of tlie City of
New Westminster:
HIS ASSOCIATES
WATCH HIM WELL
. dies . r. : Gentlemen���Having been
.-; .a i..'i :���;��� a large number of electors
��� i n - ���: thi  pi sition of alderman for;
tbe city,   I the election to be held on
... '"���:. i.i--.. I have, after due con-
-. lei atii :.. ee le I ro their request,
and  w Icit   ,'C n   support on that   oc-
. ���:. r Mj platform is a short one,
viz.;
A 'S.:r. and impartial enforcement
ol thi law and by-laws of the city.
'it... conservation and utilization of
���;,������ franchisi - if the city for the general benefit.   Equal justice to the resi-
��� .'..-.-- oi ai: sections of the city in rhe
: ��� ������., ( d iiture.   As libera] an ex-
��� .. lil ..->  fi : educational purposes as
lhi  finances will allow.   When a large
expenditure  foi   additional  school  ac-
commod tji i   .;   necessary,   the  con-
VI '.Sr lr i       :. .    ir-  r- -.';..     of   all    sec-
ti ms ol the ��� itj to be considered, and
iustiei    '���'   i'SA   i'.   be   ad-
'.   ��� i. ti red
JOHN    McNAB.
To fhe Electors of the City of
New Westminster, B.C.:
Ladii ��� a:. . ',. :.-..-men,���Having con-
'���:.-��� I to I! ������������ rn..self ro be nomin-
ati : a candl lr.'" f< r Alderman in th
��� ming e)< i m I respectfullj beg to
il oui ��� .'��� > and i ippoi t, . rom
ising that if elected 1 shall ro the I est
ol .-..��� a���. .- work foi the .���-��� in-
ten   ts o   -a-
: .- utmost to see that a..
ens,  ta,   ;na""i    v. bai
 hal   pari   ol
Ity thi    : ..        ide, shal   receivi
itmi egards streel   an
a ���     tS.    I:.
.  .      Ith an    ���    ���
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liable way a fori Improvi
iStenl      �� '  ll   .it;     tin. a
I  tnii   strictl.   ., ;. .    : ti,  making a
ersonal    can\ a  -    for   support,   .-ind
"a  ��� ; a.   -a. ���  this method of niacin -
my ]."���:��� I m,  ��������� Ith  reference to ihi  ���
i .a"' i . befoi '��� - he electorate,
A. P. HALLADAY.
Fred   Saunders   is   Presented   With   a
Handsome Ticker by Employers
and  Fellcw-Employes.
The employes and management nf
the Western Canadian Can factory
assembled in 'be main factory building on Thursday evening, and made
_ presentation of a handsome gold
watch to Fred Saunders, one of th��
employes of the company, who ha 1
been with the firm almost ffftm irs
inception. Accompanying the gift was
an address, in which Mr. Saundei-
was assured of the leganl of his era-
ployers and fellow employes. The recipient of the gift made a suitable
reply and said that be would always
bave pleas ny rec illections of his stay
in B. C. He thought :r probable thai
be might change his present inten-
tions and eventuallj wander bac*<
again. Mr. Saunders left yesterdy, by
the C.P.R.. for bis home in London,
England.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHl.Nfc* A.NU LMJINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, UKlLMit; and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   W orK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence ln
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE S'tK__J-T.
New Westminster. f. U. 474.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
_
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
The Owl.
'��������������� tive Di ���. 9 tie new night train
on the Great Northern will go Into
service between Seattle, Vancouver
and intermediate points. This train'
���vill ; ������ known a- 'I'be Owl." Tbe
n imber.. .,:' r;,< -. trains will I,. 275
so .'-��� .0 ind and _T't  northboun 1.
No. _7. v.i:: ., ive  Vancouver 11,30
p.rn    lai:;.;   New   Westminster,   12.10
������ ������������     Blaine,   1 20;   Bellingham,  2.30;
Hai it- Avenue, 2 10; Burlington, 3.35;
Ml   Vernon, 3.46;   Even."-. 5.2S;   and
���   Seattle 7.00 a.m.
X'i  276 wi . :���   .������ Seattle : 1.30 p.m.
Everetl   1.05 a.m.:  Mt. Vernon,;
-' ;*    B irllngton, 2.55; Harris Avenue,
���.   Belllngham,   1.0U;   Blaine,   5.00;
'������       iVi       .a   .      6.20     an I   arrivi
iver 7.00 S .....
��� ���   ������       both direction        a    ..." ni .
and on I        other si
Ions
'���  "b o in i  this  train   ���.-.   I      rr.   a
I    ��� epin   ���...   .-'��� ittii        !.. ..
nt a standar i Blee] i   Si a I ���
' ���   ���   ncouver;  so fin,min i  there  will
���i-   sl ��� per Vancouver through  to
���-������   ttle, an i one   leeper Belllngham to
Si   ttle. The cars will be n ad.  for oi ���
' ���    rn     ai terminals  by 9 p.m., an 1
particular atti ntion i.s directed to the
fi ' '   thai   passengers   for   Bellingham
an I Vancouver noi tbbound, an i Seat'
tie southbound will nol  be dh turbed
until   7.30   a.m.,   unless   they  req i   I
otherwise.    Berth   rate  will   be   $1.50
bi tween all points.
Tbe public's attention Is also dl-
recte l to the facl thai on the Bouth-
bound trip, passengers using this train
cm mak,' close connections al Seattle
for the Northern Pacific Pi i tlan I and
Gray's Harbor train leaving Seattle al
8.40 a.m.. and the (ira - Harbor
train leaving al 9.35 a.m. On the re-
: turn trip connections are also made
, from Portland and Intermediate points.
Our lard Is tbe extract of pure h ���-���
i.t'.   it is as pure as it la v, hite,   Tr;
jt    Reichenbach & Co,
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hogs
FOR   SALE
Young breeding stock of prize-winning animals. Come and see or write
or telephone.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Telephone J 175.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
t
3apgage delivered    promptly to any
, part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
'flco 'Phone 186.        Ham --"none 137
FOR YOUR XMAS
COOKING
|    Brandy
Land Registry Act!
Re Lot 484, Group 1 iexcept two parts
conveyedi. New Westminster District.
A   Certificate  Of Indefeasible  Title
I to the above property will be issued
to Rhoda McKamey on the 29th day
j of December, 1906, unless in tbe mean-
j time a valid objection thereto be made
. to me in writing by a person or persons   claiming   an   estate  or  inter.-.
therein, cr in anj part thereof.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office. New Westminster,  B.C., 21st  November. 1906.
AfND
Sherry
Port
'PHONE  NO.   -   g
or call at the
STEAMBOAT EXCHANGE
Wholesale Department
T. FREEMAN,  -  Proprietor
GILLETTE
SAfETY
RAZORS
$5.00 EACH.
CURTIS* -fg-gg
Lt-
XMAS PRESENTSl
Fancy,  Dainty   and   Useful
TOYS and GAMES in abundance
PRETTY DOLLS
A Splendid Selection of BOOKS; good ones!
J. J. MACKAY y CO.
Booksellers
St
ationers
Newsdealers
Go
to
PURDY'S
FOR HIGH CLASS
The person or persons having in iheir
custody   or   jKjsse.ssion  the   following
Tirle Deeds relating to the said prop-
J erty are requested to deliver the sami
to rhe undersign) d:
12th  December,  lv:.:,���Robert  Granville McKamey to Thomas Robert McKamey, conveyance in fee.
MARTIN. WEART &   McQUARRIE,
Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New Westminster, B.C.
Agent.
THEY ALL COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, becaus
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
Pure - Confection:
CHOCOLATES    CARAMELS    TOFFEE
Mixed  Sweets of the CHOICEST  FLAVORS
Just Arrived: Fine Selection of BBB. PIPE
R. C. PURDY, The Confectioner
Columbia Strei
The Choicest of Meats Cooked In
tke Most Delicious Manner Can
Be  Obtained   at   All    Hours   at
Kenny s    Restaurant   and   C;
Late Suppers After the  Theatre a
Specialty.       Oysters    ana    Game
in  Season.
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -      -       3_><;
\S d, 'j. p.m,; ii to 8 p.m,
('��� iod Tea. Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MUS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block, Proprietress.
Columbia St.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 1th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
Now Westminster, B. C.
ECTACLE3   A   SPECIALTY.
i-iwia���������
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
"���''--tminster, B.C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Slock for Fencing and Drain"*
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
t i    u       io New W��-stm'n8,e
j   telephone  12. ^ew _J
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1906
Dorse Clipping Machine
-r-r-. .. e a line of %ht and compactly bu I
>V p( WER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables
Our'-- century is cheap and good. Our
clipper? work easier, clip faster and tak. ..
thicker cat. leave a finer finish, wear longer
���ther on the market. We have : h<
gTEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
'abor saver.    Call and  see  them   at
THE DAI I A' \iav-s
s
i imber No bees
j
i   mi
I'l.tlilna.
J. TRAPP & CO.
Limilorf
Gilley Bros.
\\\-    -   : i call the attention of ::*.. (Bri
sing) public to our new an 1
varied stock of
HRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire C
Clavburn, B. C.
i\ ( o.
Ae Royal Bank of Canada
IJ i wi I
ling to sh m
I ox:-: DOLi .
' ie aotl
I years in i
CPE',   54
irity to depositors    START NOW to save your m
regrel  It.    People do barder I ilnga everj   laj and have
I   1,1,'ti..  .in account     Put it in your po   et, I   _      I ,   ih
iut ONE  HOLLAR  deposited  9verj   weel,  t\   h us will in
, {604 50,   THINK   THIS  OVER.
RJAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
IEW WE8TMIN3TER   BHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
inadian Bank of Commerce
|d-up Capita!, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Assl Oen'l Managei
|BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
IAL   BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED
FARMERS'   BANKING.
'*'-   ".���    1 fed   Farmers  for   their   banking   _usmes_.
|cas-:d or taken   fo- collection.
S. Ie3   Not'";
BAN'KIN
������''���'
���   MAIL    Deposits   tn, ���   be   1 1 '
." everj  a tenl I in.
3TMINSTER  BRANCH���H. R   DAVIDSON
..      I   iwn o
DPI
SATURDAY  EVENINGS.
M it..' ter
LOCK
WE ARE USING PURE CAJTADIAIJ
I.l
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Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes,  Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, Et<
van s
ov. an's Cream Bars
I ISTTNCT FROM ALL OTHERS 15
ITY  AND FINENESS OF  FLAVOR.
T:"   COWAN CO., Ltd.,  TORONTO
���  chain      ���" ii.  ifl chain    .Teal 1
H   chain     nor b    80 chaim    wes   t<
noil     0    oom mencement,   e< i1, iin
1 "   '  -...  ���,,,.. .,   ,....
���' nclng   ���. "������      mar ei
N E    Co ������ lanti      ������    hi
110 ��� 1   banl  0  the KHdali       e    abou
' ������    am   ���    hal    milei   111     hi
'��� '���       a be    ' .,11    h    ���.,.    ' on    hi   tnou ',     unnlni   ������    follows
    ...    01    "   chains south,  IBI   chaim   wesl   40
'"���   Coas   .1     ���       :,. chains north. 180 chain    eat    t<   poll
'"'""""������ti-     ,      ���      commencemen      eontaininj    640
'""   11. li    '  ,-,    I,,-   1,,...,,   ,.   acres, mon 0   less
'"' *"   ''���        '   'ank 0    ia      ;  Coi 11 ��� <r.   ������    ���    ��� _...    marked
'���-   ;"     ' '��� v -    ��'   fli. ni   W   M 'g v "   Con anted on the
hi ���'��� "  chaim   nor I   north band 0    hi   Kildali   ��� ���������    1 I	
h"'  ������������������'���-   il ������< noli   .,   live and a hal   mile, up the ��� ���-   'ron
'���'" he   mouth,   running  as   followi      81
���'���'"'"   ���'��� ..,.,,. baini   eai            chains   south     ISO
""'   m ��� ''���     chalnB  west, 10 chains north to poinl
banl   ������ unnlni   ���    oi   commencemen      eontaininj     64i
��� ������������ r r.   acres   more or less
ha 1-   we mon 0
- ���   al mi   . - -eii   ti
Special Xinas^ Offer !
15     -:":         ��� $18.00
.2   D    Bull    to $20.C'J
$25.01    Bull     '.  $22.00
$8 '"   Pan     ��� ��� $���..00
-1  Suii   Madi to Order.
YEE KEE & COMPANY
Merchant Tailors.
SUIT- Cl _ -VKn AND PRESSED
P. O. Bos ''44
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.lommoncing   ���<    -a posi ma *ked
��� ���       ��� M.'s N.l"   Corn ante, 01    hi
outl    ��� ��� 1  .,  ii,-. Kildala arm, aboul
" ���   "��� '���    on    hi   moi  >  0    ' ��� ���
' '  ���     ���    folio*      "   cha ������    bou h
-���   ���-��� ��� . '     ve     "��� chains no tl        hi
.......     .    ������  ,.        ire Hi
lOll      ..a.,a   a  p| .���.������...  ,        .    ,, ,.   ,,.
1      ������. ���.     more or less
i, 1 -.. ....
'���:      - "       ��� ih 1 thi
������'������ ���   bi    co     hi      ��� - ������      - ������    ���. ���
en chad     -��� om the  mouth,
... chains e
.........    go chain;
t .      . ..     , hf n<'��-    0     ������   -
oil    ������   ������ eneen ei     ��� ���
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Augu
il, 1   ��� ..     WILLIAM MOI >DY,
I" -ank Vanda      Vgi
SEE OUR
Baby
Window
\.
A Wor.    ot nie **-�����
A ctirtodB tale ot Ole Bull Is tffM In
it "wm, on -''lihi- and violinists, ft
Mems thai It IR31, hoing th.��n twenty-
one year-- of ngf. the famous violinist
w-iTirtcn'ii to Paris Thi- cholera wns
mirlnc nnd Maltbrnn singing He went
ia hear her, and his landlord deAmped
with ���.!!���- possesions, Including his vti.
Iln Hi' wns speedily reduced to ox
trout It)*. Purine; the last (Sinner tbnt
he was nhlo to nny for he mad" the
H.--'tn.Irifnni-'.- ot -i n'tnarlcnM'* mnn To
this stmntrcr Ole Hull confl'I'M his mis
"rle At the coui'lnslon thi> strnng"r
snld abruptly, "Well, I will do sofno
thing for yon If you ha-vo courngt. find
B f-HtK-s."    "I  have both," snld Bull
Then co to  I'msoatl's tonlurht at K.
oV!o<��k.  pnss  thmagh  th^  first   room,
go  Int.,  tho second,  whiuv  th^y  piny
rouge   -  -loir, nnd when ti new tnllli-
begins put your r. francs on rouge nnd
! leave It then-"   Bull did tis dlror^ivi.
! nnd when hl^ 5 frnnos hnd becbthe 4/V)
I ho took them 'i[, nffpr an i��p1sodf with
n woman who nttempted to tnkr> thorn
Rivi continued to win, and hnri he left
his monoy longer he would have won
���in  Iddependenl  gum     The  stranger
who wns present  as  bis elbow, was
Vldocq, rh��' PVench detect ��� ���   alread;
11 European celebrity
���:
Ryall's
ORUCi   STORC
EYES ee FREEFv SE2&
NOTICE
.   .       , ������ ���    to
.    eon
x '���������������  given  thai   ';i    ���
......       . ntend to apply to
the Hi     Chii oner ol Lands
and  Woi ks ��� and
away 1 :..- fo! .,��ing
ihe.l    iund^.    situated     in     ihe
an!   Skeena district, on Coppei river aboul
 -     '���'   - <-^--   10:2 1-2 miles ap from the month
hains    easl     4 ii
ess, to rii
',.....
CO   '.
No. 1    Commencing al a posi planted   on   1 na   -outheasl   ��� 01 ni     on  the i
north  bank of the rivei. running  as
follows     '-"   Chains north,   12'1  <'hain��;i
plant-  w-est, 40 chains south, more 01 less to
���  ���'���    u   ' ���'���'"���  ��������� ri  ::i" head 0'  ri\-er, then along rivei to poinl of com
Ki la a   \   a   on h  bank, running  menoemen'
>' ���     10 .     . south, 4tt Chain!
west. 40 cha 40 chains �� est,
t to chains  wesl    10
paiik of Montreal
pn -,
m.
ESTABLISHED 1ST..
. . orpor ited   by    1 1   of   parliament
. ,, .. ,$lf,000,000
$10,000,000
���athcona  in 1   Mount   Ro  1      ��� ���"
  Honorary President
-,   Drutnmond   President
'i    ... .Vice President  and   General   M mager
. ''ss transac 11
lie principal oitles In Canada, In  London,  Bog.. ���ew
i'ltin':. Nflil.. and oorrespondenta In  '"   ,arta '",f nn
..   '    mo     0    less, to shoi .
'',,    .    a  ,   la.      ..'1  ���   .        :   ,
1   .   . .      a   .
\    ; i    Commem ina u a P'>u' pi ml
:  , oui one hair inia' from the head
l<i   lala   Ki m, on   the  north  hank,
aa  f.ill.m.     )ii .'hains north.
1    , hain ���  east,   10   chain-   south   12,���
east,   I"   chalna   south,    '20
ns west to shoi e, I hen along Bhore
���   oln   ,,: , ommencement.
\o  15   Commencing ni a post planl
,, 1 a ioui one mile up from the mouth
,   Dala 1th 1 r   on ea ���" bank, running as   follows    '.'i  chains east,  1"
ilns noi Hi   i" ' hains east, t;' 1 hains
n 11 iii   1 ' , ti nn ��� cu -1   in chains _". I h
1       hi   pgs. In rivei   I     11  ilong rivei
tn poinl of 1 an, ,,1
\ , 11. Commencing nl posi : lanted
1 ihe nioiit.li ol Hain 1 ^; ^ ��� -> 1 loasl Dl ���
i'i,; on ��, il b mil ' mining as foi-
��� a,, .    in , h iln   im '   ��� 1 , ti iin- noi' '
t ;n rii st,  i" lIi.i "' south  moi .
,.   |i       in river, (hen  along rivet  lo
. :     .   , onin , ,,,    iieni
-.,,   1;   1',,iiiini,11, ing at a post 1   in
.. 1 .,n ii,), i,,, a   , mli  .,- the I. Iltlmnl
\ it "a    ���   ml nl h of Kii
Indian    V'llhigi     oppo! Ite  Oon I
1 ...ui.1.   h nl  I. Ihlal 1   .rm   rii'i
���an ���     is    I,,'I,.a,  1       |(1   1 lllllll '    I"" lh,    i"
, |, ,1,,., tt0 1   1  . . Mn   not I''   10 chain
������, ���   |., , || iins "" 1 '   in ' li ilns eas1
1 ' . .    .in 1 |o |l ,:''-   il     ''
11     t planl
      'il ch iln.      mill ol   post
���       dm    Nil      I ,' lllllll la!!.-
.     ,. VCR I  Hi I    '    '    ''    .
1 (ll'lin ,, 1, ,;..-.  .
.    |i   III    nl     '    HI
Pill
,  . it a pinl plan
.   ���     \r.   .. ...   a,'   '',      "i  HI   ll
��� t       nn   II     , ���' ,'t ���,,   ' " ' '
,    |"a   ���     ��� i-:1''   miles  smitli
   is follows   I'1
��� '
.    . . '	
lins   son ���   .��� 'Inl	
���
,  ���        i     a    i '        '
I.,,. 1    r    CM    vTOOD"?   D.D.S
f     Prank Vanda
iv   24, l'i'"',
itice is he 1 : ���   : ' ���
lat e ,   , . .     ���    1 e
., ' an
. ,   |i en ie    ' cul in I
     ' ��� nn     ie   ' ��� ������'���������
.,    ���'     a  i      .lllllS
. ���  ,.      1 ;       1 I      DOSl      Hi I"    " i
^    ,,   .   < ,���   . ..������',,��� -, planted on the
,   v ie Kildala fiver, about
, ,    ���p  'row   the   month, run-
, .    pi chains north, IfiO
pi   chain,    south.    160
to   polni   of   commence
.,  im|ng  640 aor��8,  more   or
No. i    Commencing a' a posi plan*
ed  2  1-2  mile? Up  from  ihe  mou'h  on
north banli of Coppei river, running am
follows:     40 c|,ain= north, 80 chains
petal  ol   com   ,-,_,   }n chains north, 40 chains east,I
-���ii chains south, more 61 less, to river,I
then along riverto poinl of commencement, containing 640 acres   more   or
We ha--.- ma,..-- atTanpementv
with the NewWestminstei ,:-i-
I'ompanv to handle their
COKE
output exclusively.   At presenl
the nVmand ia largely in excess
of suppl;, but 1 ���������'��� rs will be
filled in rotation as quickly a<
possible, D, n'i wail until you
are out, bui order abend to
avoid disappointment.
Tnrlri-jS    Wnj    tit   rtnl^lnc    rti-vprinp.
The land In nil Turkej and ber de
pendencies belongs to the reigning sol
tan nnd Is only occupied m his will. It.
is divided among those who wish to
cultivate It tit a nominal rental of one-
��� 'tl of the produce, which goes direct
ly to rl rown,   Three-fifths more are
taken from the lessee on othei' pre
texts all for the maintenance of the
government, the pasha In each distrlcl
hfivim; the authority to lease the
ground and collect the taxes, which
may be Io kind or money, Tf crops are
short, they take four fifths of all thc
man hns In animals nnd even in house
hold utensils, sottctlmes all fits posses
sions, fo make up thi di ncj which
Providence lm-   withheld     Everything
that can prod  be it n  tree, bea 1
fowl, worm or the labor of a man and
his family, is subject to the four-fifths
Those who toll at any labor or
trade other than agriculture are raved
also*pro rata according ro their wages
and must pay or go ro prison. -Pear
son's Weekly.
and
Co.
H. A. Belyea
Telephone   150
COI IN ANO INSPECT OUR LARGE
Locator, WM. MOODY
Per Agent, Frank Vandall AND COMPLETE SIOCK OF
How   to  Remove  n  Corn;  Try  It.
Expose lhe corn and pass the finger
tips of your rlghl hand over it slowly
and caressingly, at the same time sending n vibration from the brain to the
corn. If it Is a soft corn 413 vibrations
per second Will suffice; If n hard corn,
put on a furred draft. Repeat slowly,
'I im now sending a current of
thought force into my corn and so separating, deducing, disintegrating, ren-
dering,   splitting,   sundering,   npiinter-
Ing   Rnlpi Ing, dwellleatine,   ling,
dispersing, dislocating, -tiding, dlvorc
lm., pulverizing, slashing, slicing and
dissecting it thnt presently ir will pn is
away. Repeat it three tin % then,
with rising Inflection, "Avainii. avaunt,
avauut!"  Finish by repeating the pass-
SUITS
TO   ORDER
*^o AND UP
Cul and Made on the Premises
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 FrontStreel
New  Wrstrr.inster
SHIP YOUR
(jliristmas    Presents
uv
DOMINION CXPRfSS CO.
cHFArr<;i
SAFEST  and
QUICKEST
means Df forwarding packages of mer-
, handii e    alt ables an I |e   ":"p ��� I   all
pai '-��� "'' I lie " "��� Id
S-v
m,
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BANK
*9TER   (.RANCH
DEARTMf MT
G. t>. BRYMNfH. A����r.f-
1
all li
hal .,:
I   I   a
' 3 commencing al a post marked
, ., . s w Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, aboul
.wo miles tm from the mouth running
as follows: m chains north, 120 cha,u_
[I is sl gl. '  nended that - hip
ments be senl     ' I e ai tlestin
��� 'ini a la.b in a I am e, th is a .oid-
;,,,, 11,.. , ,,.1, ���., 1 ensui ing mosi 1 ai efi '
1. Hi",.     fl ��� '���" gemi "'-   made
i,,,   ,|,.t, ,.,, |ne da .  bi fore ' hrisl mas
��� 1 lesired,
Special t ,���' ion given 1
r,, Ureal Bi luali and 1  irope,
For   further   Informatioti   applj   io
1 ..,,,)  'a "|,; '��� a.  c. P. F'. station.
PI n'i.
,1. w. HcD0N4LD, Agent.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. AU Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
OfiJumbla St. ���-'*�����   West minster.
Phone 275
Christmas
Goods
just arrived and including
Diamond Rings
Watches
Jewelery
Beautiful Gift
Umbrellas
Jewel Cases
AND
Novelties
of all kinds
Prices Right.   No trouble to
show goods.
W. C. CHAMBERL1N
the JEWELER     Columbia si,
A Snap!
18 Lots in
Burnaby
ADJOINING CITY
LIMITS
ONLY
$400
WHITE & SHILES
2d0 Columbia St., Mew Westminster
Phone 85.
word:  "The universe is n
1 am il.'
I'he  C01-U   Will   tit   first   lo )k   extremel.
surprised, then  wilt  nnd fade tieanii
fully from sight.   New Thought.
A   Mr.    VI   ,|���,,|,   ���
A well known Atlantan lias a wife
with a sharp tongue. " mes had come
home about 2 In the morning rather
ihe worse off for a few highballs A <
soon as he opened the door his wife,
who was waiting for him In the accustomed place nt the top ' '1: stairs,
where ^in1 could watch Ills 1; icertulu
ascent, started upbraiding '-;' for his
conduct. ,Iones went to bed and when
he was almost asleep "',''1,1 hear her
��tlll  scolding   him    rclfully.   lie
dropped off to sleep and awoke after a
couple of hours, onlj tn bear bis wife
remark, "1  hope all the tn d in't
have to pul up   .��� Ith   in       ' mducl
'hi-."   "Annie,"   mid ,fi nes   ' are  ��� 111
talking  again    .   yel       Kansas 1 Ity
Stai
ri-ims'   tttr'^v.
I he '-Iain's eggs ai        ���      I bj   the
���" ither on Iut gills     VVli      tl     '
flsh In Ihe '������ titer with them the m il
���lams ills ���' ���
!' itch,  lm!   If         1  flsh
carry the 1      ' ��� I
��� ��������� 1 in oi' this strange hi I this:
When   th gs  are      I   free        the
her they  soon hati'        I the 11
���^wiiii about until ���' nd sonn
rish   io   w hich   t ,
' h -,' live foi  mucus ol
the flsh and thou d op oil Inl to tlio
h iff -iiii  and  f irm  burr >> -  f ,r  them-
,   .       1'        irlous Rouii| I
Is 11 > doubt .1 reversion I die li ibil of
lorne  1 in 1 ucesl ir.
One   '.i.-ui'M   W'ts.Ii.ni.
Oreen Who was II thnt said, "Let
mo make the songs of a nation aud I
tare not \\ ho 111 ike ��� lis laws'/"
Brown I don't know (lie 1 m's name,
but he was n wise guy, all right.
Green Because \\ hy? Brown II ���
cause it is possible to e. nde the lav.a,
bul on ��� can't get away from the songs,
e ipeclally n hen they become popular.
���Chicago News.
Tlio   Price  of  V.'inliy.
������What became of that life guard
who bud forty-one medals for savins
people's lives?"
"The poor fellow fell oul of a launch
with them all on and the combined
weight sank him,"���Minneapolis Journal.
Mimt   llnvo Boon  Smart,
.Siguora V���I had a dozen proposals
V-fore yours, hII from smarter men
than you too. Slgnor JP.���They must
have been. How did they manage to
rrawl out of it.���La Carienturi. ta.
Do uot allow Idleness to deceive yon.
for while you give liltu today he steals I
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TEE DAILY XEWS
/?���' 1 SAT
"WAY, dec..
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,    New Toilet Sets.       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived; it's a
beauty.   Call and see it
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
-���
XMAS, 1906
.  .  WATCH -  -
MOREY'S ST0C&
GROW
-���������������������������-
Cards, Calendars, Toys,
Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Crockery & Glassware,
Fine Stationery, Etc.
Matter intended for this column nhould !><��� ad-
dres-ed, Social Editor, Daily News, P. O.
Bex 402, New Westminster."
A new bridge club is to he started
at once among some of the gentlemen
i in town. . j |
C. A.  Worsfold has returned from
an extended trip to the north.
A very enjoyable muslcale was
given on Thursday evening by some
of Mrs. Pearson's pupils, at her residence, Royal avenue. Piano solos were
rendered by Miss Jennie Scott, Miss
Dorothy Lee. Miss Mary Postell, Miss
Manuella Briggs, Miss Laura Watson,
Miss Veda Leamy, Miss Alma Lewis,
Miss Winnie Keary. Miss Lillooet
Armstrong, Miss Eleanor Brown. Miss
Villa Hall, Miss Kenny and Mr. Frank
Staion, and a duet by Miss Mamie
Davidson and Miss Doris Clute. Refreshments were served during the
evening. There were present: Mrs.
Brown. Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Keary, Mrs. .1.
Harold Jones, Miss Slocnni. Mr, am
Mrs. Kenny, Mrs. Staton, Mrs. Seymour and others.
Quite a number went over from here
Thursday afternoon to attend a muslcale given by the Vancouver Woman's
Musical club. There was an excellent
programme, whicli was thoroughly enjoyed, particularly Mrs. Coulthard's
piano solo, and the vocal duel with
string accompaniment by Mrs. Thompson and Mi:-. Twlss.
Seasonable   Gifts
= AT
Reasonable   Prices
HERE are so many popular lines of Goods here, suitable for Christmas
Gifts, that it is hard to say which are the most in demand. It is ^
to say, though, that LADIES' NECKWEAR and KID GLOVES are near'the
front in the running for first place. In Neckwear you want the Newest'
in Kid Gloves, the Best.   You will find them here at favorable prices,'
New Neckwea
r
Our new Lace Collars and   Ties   nre   greatlj      Iti red for ihei
style, and remembered on account of their lownes   , ���
LACK TIES in dozens of differenl Btylei
prices���25c to $3.00 each.
An
LACE COLLARS in Oriental   Lace,   Guipun   i.
etc., 20c to $2.(in each.
SILK  ANO CHIFFON COLLARS In  B   plet
A   Special   feature   with   these   Is   thai   every   collar    a
is boxed in handsome individual  box,    No  extra  cii
show 25c tu $a.n<_ each.
��� a..... ,.
Lace
of styles
grade.
Prices we
THE
Mrs. j. McNamara  Is ihe guest  of
friends in Vancouver for a few days.
To Import Labor.
The provincial government, having
first taken counsel with the "friendly''
governments of Ontario aDd Manitoba,
has made a contract with the Salvation Army to bring out laborers from
Great Britain to supply the demand iu
i the province. The Colonist says:
"When Commlsioner Coombs leaves
British Columbia he will carry an
agreement with the local governmenl
by which the Salvation Army undertakes to bring a certain number of desirable settlers west of the Rocky
Mountains at specified seasons of lhe
| year. This arrangement Hon. R. O.
Tatlow, minister of agriculture, and
other members of the cabinet believe!
will result ln relieving to a material
extent the inconvenience due to the
scarcity of labor.
"Although it will hardly be possible
for ihe Salvation Army to direct a
m sufficient number of emigrants to
British Columbia to completely solve
��� ������������������������������������������<�����>������������� ���������������������������^���������������������������������������������i *he labor problem next year, their continued efforts towards bringing homeseekers west should have results extremely satisfactory to those most in
need of help. In a word, it .should
give the managements of industries,
the proprietors of large ranches and
farms an opportunity to increase their
staff of employes materially. The outcome of this movement on the pari nf
the government is expected to prove
beneficial to the province as a whole."
WHITE HOUSE
Dainty Collars and Belts
Handkerchiefs of all kinds
Prices to suit all purses
A. J. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia SL
The Best Kid Gloves Sold Here
Any Glove want can be satisfied in our Glove Department.   Always acceptable to a woman-a nice pair ot Kid Gloves.
A Few of Our Lines Mentioned Mere
Ladies' Silk Lined Mocha.    Per  pair    $2.00
Ladies' Wool Lined Mocha.   Per  pair    $1.50
Ladies' Cnlined Mocha, extra wearing quality.    Per  pair $1.50
Reynier's ".Man"  Suede,  for ladies, all colors.   Per pair $1.50
Reynier's "Hand Sewn Suede." the   best   undressed   kid  glove   made.
Black  and colors.    Per pair       $175
Reynier's "Diamant" Pique Sewn, mode shades,    Per pair   $1.75
Reynier's    Boneval"  Dressed  Kid. all colors.    Per pair $1.50
Reynier's  "Boneval" Washing,  white.   Per pair  $1.50
Full ranges of colors in Long Kid Gloves, in Suede and Glace, 1_ and
16 button lengths.   Per pair ,   $2.25 to $3.50
Ask to see these lines when looking for your Christmas Gloves.
W. 5. Collister & Co.
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There is nothing more acceptable for a Christmas gift either
to Mother, Sister or Sweetheart
than a nice pair of Slippers.
We have them in endless varieties. Call and have a pair put
aside while the assortment is
large.
Have you ever worn a pair of
those celebrated Dr. Jaeger's
Slippers ? v> If not, why not ?
You won't know what comfort
is till you'get a pair. Sold
only by ?,_
W. E_ SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Store
Fifteen   Minute Cars.
An   important   change   in   the tram
car Ume table is contemplated by the
management of fhe B.C.E.R. Co., and
'will likely emui.  Into force early next '
spring.    This Is a proposal to run all I
cars  In this city on a fifteen minute!
schedule, instead of the present twen-1
ty minute and half hour basis.    This j
Improvement  would be greatly appreciated by the citizens, who have shown
by their patronage of the recently Inaugurated   fifteen   minute   service  on
Saturday evenings thai such a scheme
as that proposed is not only feasible,
bin will also be r paying investment
for the company.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���B. VV. Barclay, H. n. Ba--
day, Vancouver; Mrs. ll. Wilson, Ladner; VV, A, Rainier, D. A. McDonald,
Vancouver,
Windsor���J. ll. Klrkpatrick, J. McGregor, T. Newman, ('. Lapierre, R, s
'lain,tn. .1. iV'ia-iii. Vancouver; J. Pearson, J. Stan,,. Chilliwack: |i
Brown, Blaine; A. Andel
man; fl. Huston, Lulu Island; T. i:
Stratton, Abbotsford; \\*. Parkinson,
Porl Haney.
"SAVORY"
���SEAMLESS���
ROASTER
*CAR SUPERIOR to any other
* roaster made. Not an ounce of
substance lost ; other roasters waste
10 to 20 per cent. Needs no water,
grease or attention of any kind. It
simply asks to be let alone. Retains
all juices and flavors; renews the
youth of the toughest fowl.
CLEANABLE
No corners or seams to become filled
with burned grease.
ANDERSON X LUSBY
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
Foi electric signs, dynamos, motors,
inns, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries,  wire and  cables of all  kinds
and   slzi   .    Housi    wiring.    .Motor in
ir.  ii. D.  stalling a specialty.   All kinds of re-
Mt,   Leh-   paii . promptly attended to,
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE  304.
f
Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article or piece of furniture in our establish��� i I
actual cost without reserve.   First come, first served, We
need the cash and you want the goods.   This is a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
710 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors,    Rear Extension, Front Street
V
������ WATCH ���
SAPPERTO
PROPERT
ON   TUESDAY
Malins, Coulthard & Co,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St.,
New Westminster
B.CJ
MONEY TO LOAN
on improved farm lands at moderate rates of interest and special
terms of re-payment. Likewise,
we will assist you to build, by
advancing the necessary funds,
re-payable   on   very   easy  terms.
F. J. HART & CO., ^
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**^j
j Electric Railway Service;
���������������������������������������������������������t-mff* ������������������������������������������������������������������������������! �������
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
bom- from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:30 and -till)
a. in. Half hourly enrs will
run rrom. Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
8.15 a.in. to 11 p in.
20 Minute Service���,\n transfer,
Hetwoon 12 and _ and b and 7.
30 Minute   Service   during ����� f
malnder of day.   Transfei ���*  X ,
Leopold Place. J
Sunday   Service  half-hourly ��j
tween 8 a.m. and M s '"���      J
Sapperton Line, t
15  Minute Service from ''���
in. lo  11   p.m., excopl I
12 and   2, and 5 and   '��� '
which hours the servici
half-hourly, . - *
Sunday Service   nair-'ioiirl;  ���
tween 8.30 a.m,
ween J
'._
win be i
and  I' !'���
���
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., ^ J

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