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 jQLUME 1, N'dMBKR 221
J5 legislative Asse
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Serious Collision Between the Twov_-_ouses of the
Imperial Parliament on Education Bill Seems
Almost Inevitable.
HORAI tfATFY-M c A- building
yon,   Nov.   -'-.-On   the ground, with thlsobjecl in view, a  nation
lit conti the spirit  of home  of prominent persons Interested In th,
tie ia.,-   '���  ends this evening education  question,  to-daj   waited on
e ;_.._. _.,.____,_*___.       i ���       ������ i - * i' ��� i    u: j
.-������ in the education
ttopowerin   the establishmenl  ol
[ral i lu ntion council for Wales.
was then passed through its
littei after   having   occu-
v.. ���    days   in   its   discussion,
lhan an.,   other previous mea-
:     e housi   id' lords.
I__ ���: ��� he upper house, the
w. macceptable   to    the
l.-.ai':.' an I 'lu-  majority  in  the
i uf commons, who contend that
��� bei aa -  frankly denominational,
���       ��� -  -hat   unless rellglou8
Bction    ���   given   in   ihem  daily,
will not   r recognized as pub-
Imi:.        chools.    The Noncon-
are bo inc. used al the house
an en Iments thai over a hun-
Ixoni-oniormlsi  members of par-'
thave already signed a niemor-
klng thi government to promptly
the amendments of the upturn   This would mean a dead-
land an   Inevitable   conflict   belie two houses, which the mod-
;,;- sides are anxious   to
Strong efforts are being made
Iaential moderate quarters to ar-
Bome workable compromise, and
the Archbishop ol ian'' rbury at Lambeth palace. The primate, in a long
speech, expressed himself a anxious
for Bettlemenl on large and generous
lines all round, and sai I he was prepared to agree to coma:.oui-'- in the
case of man., of lhi o .������������ tions and
difficulties, rather than have the controversy continue Whether a settlemenl was practical rested elsewhere
than -.villi him. but tha: il might be
brought about was his mosl earnest
wish, and he I elli ��������� i the deputati in
could do much to further ihat consummation.
____������ -���. ,  -   . 	
Ministerial Association Presents Memorial to Police Commissioners���Pertinent Facts Set Forth.
Valuable Site on Royal Avenue Given���$2,000 Subscribed
And More in Sight���Gymnasium and. Baths May
Be Ready Early Next Year.
According  to the  developments  of
the pasi two days, there is every prospeci thai before Xew Year's. New
Westminister will be in full posses
sion of an up-to-date and well equip'
ial  V.  M. C   A.    The prime mover in
Thai       -i. "i   document, -lu- min- nate1,  by the deposit of  bai
isteria!   memorial  to  tie-  police com-  of a license.
missioners, was publicly presented I \\'e would submit that the above is
yesterd; afternoon, publiclj discuss- a proper matter of investigation as to
ed, publicly commented upon, but pri- how far the police authorities are
vately disposed of after ihe ministers, aware of this flagrant and pers! tent
Death  of  Senator  Kerr.
Toronto, Xov. 22.���Senator U
died at   the   general    hospital
o'clock to-night,   He underwent
vere surgical operation  last  Tuesday
and did not recover from the shod;.
a  i
Gunboat Ashore.
Hong Kong. Xov 22.���The British
gunboat Robin is stranded on _, saad
hank off Ktinichuck. Xo lives have
been lost, and the chances of re-floating her are favorable.
fcor-Gener. fs     Speech    Outlined
[Programme  of  Important
���o-i. Nm. 22.���Speaker  Subtler-
lie opening of the house of
'tii-   afternoon,   announced
���Ignition of ihe Hon. C.  S. Hy-
tmembi    for Loudon.
'���':'    third   session  of  the
parliament   Theopen-
atten led   by   an   unusually
lumber , |  strangers  from out
1 in- debate on the
IS*:    i to-morrow, Pardee, of
J"'"'    ���::i!    Demers,   of   St.
]'" ' '    -lively,   moving
loading tin address.
Pmeni wa. opened al 3 p.m. hy
1:1   ""    speech   from   the
to* govi rn.i   general   referred
based on the conclusion reached
the government in the matter will
submitted to parliament
A hill will be submitted to give legal   }{c
effect lo the treaty made with .Japan.
A   bill   will be Introduced  to make
the election law more stringent.
There will be a Mil tu amend the
Dominion lands act, another amending the post office aci. one regarding
I the inspection of meats and canned
goods, and one dealing with patent
medicines. The latter will be introduced by Hon. Mr. Templeman.
The government side cheered lustily
this afternooii when it was announced
that two more Liberals had been elected��� Walsh in St. Anne's by nearly 300
and .Martin in S:. Mar.', by about
had ; iwed themselves ou:. and the
reporters had been 'old in a polite
way that their ; resence was no longer
required in ihe room. It wa.s learned
afterwards that the memorial had
been referred to the chief of police
with instructions to enquire Into the
several complaints formulated by the
Tiie meeting between the police
commissioners and th..- representatives
of the Ministerial association was
pleasant enough on the whole, hI-
though certain passages indulged *n
a: the meeting could hardly be described as cordial. Aid. Howay was
the chief speaker among the commissioners, although Mayor Keary was by
no means silent. Commissioner Annandale .Jill not have very much to
say, and made only one speech during
the afternoon. The three ministers
present, Rev. T . Wardlaw Taylor,
M A., Ph.D., Rev. J. S. Henderson and
W.   H.    Barraclough,    B.A,
infringement of the law.
.:. And whereas the practice of acquiescing in the systematic forfeiture
of bail, which is genera! in ail the administration of law in this city, defeats"! he ends of justice, and makes
the city license rather than prevent
crime, and so tends to demoralize the
whole community;
And whereas the forfeiture of bail
Is only a penalty for non-appearance
in court, and not for the original offence,
The  Ministerial   association   would
respectfully  pray that  your board instruct the police hereafter to make a
more rigorous enforcement of the law
by   securing the  attendance   in
of known offenders.
Signed on behalf of the association
After a few remarks on the memor
ihe matter has been T. .1. Trapp, and
in lieu I through his efforts, a splendid site
has been offered free for Y. M, ('. A.
purposes, on Royal avenue, where the
gully cuts through. In addition to this,
$2. i has already heen promised towards the project, and a large mini
ber of the leading business men of
the city have expressed their willingness to support it. The building to be
erected will embrace three storeys
and a basement. One of the first
things to be put in operation will be
a fully equipped gymnasium. The
swimming bath and shower baths may
also be put in immediately.    The lo-
the college scheme, as a gymnasium
there is an absolute necessity, and Its
erection and operation will become a
strictly denominational affair. Those
who had given the matter careful consideration came to the conclusion that
lb.- college could nol in any way fill
the bill for the downtown men, or supply tbe regular Y.M.C.A. needs. The
: business men have apparently fallen
iu villi the idea, and are willing to
wor!,  for it.
Tne plana, which bid fair to material/..', have been largely formulated
1 y lv H. Sands, assisted by Rev. .1.
S. Henderson, who, although they both
modestly disclaim any credit in the
mailer, have acted as a kind of consulting committee with Mr. Trapp.
There are a large number of old
Y.M.C.A. workers in the city who have
long been of the opinion that a Y.M.
cation of the lot in a gully expedites  CA.  was necessary here, but no nr'.
the matter of securing a swimming
bath, Dame Nature having prdvided
the needed excavation. The proposed
building will contain the usual asso-
ciational rooms, secretary's office,
reading, writing and recreation rooms,
assembly hall, etc. In all probability j
coll���, ! the upper section will be furnished as
young men's apartments.
The movement will not conflict with ,'.surroundings
seemed willing to take the lead in the
matter and push it through.
it is hoped that all the citizens of
Xew Westminster will back up the ef-
forl which is being made to organize
and carry on a scheme which will provide a place where young men can
have every faculty of mind and body
developed    without    any    deleterious
 ._._,��.._     .__>      !__.,.      ,lj_llit-l
sj.oke ai considerable length, while the   ial, Dr. Taylor resumed his seat.   The
Public   SuDoort   Strikers.
Hamilton, On;., Xov. 22.���A case of
smallpox   has been   discovered  in  the
strikebreakers' camp.   The occupants
of the  camp were  brought   here   to
break the strike of tht streel car em-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^. ployes.    Cars are running, but the pim-
���'    ���   ' ������ I prosperity in Can-   lie slill refuse to patronize them. Rain
h" great expanse of trade und   fell  yesterday  and   last  night,  but  did
not affect the public, who preferred to
walk rather than ride.
immigration, especially from
u'''> Mi -     He alluded  to his
mgl     ���   western provinces,
people happy and
: lade  to   the
' ��� Canadian
'    Hsplay, and
eased    trade
" Europe,
made 1,1 tariff
"ill   be  revised,
there will not
ibstance.    The
will be continue.,
"   " discrimin-
1" iniries thai re-
la on some-
'   mce I the gov-
lake ov. r nu,
���   which will be
1 navigation.
*e I  a:   ibe im-
��� -'ii; or detei
meeting of
:^ and to the new
tlie   famine
distress i-  i
peasantry in
Nov. _. . ���R, ja : Is
disi riots Of Russia
rowing  more acute.
I lie government   of
chief of police, who was present at
the meeting, was also called upon to
speak en several occasions
When the commissioners and vhe
ministers filed into the mayor's office,
tin- reporters followed. Mayor Keary
then asked whether it was the wish ol
::u meeting that the reporters should
he present, and no objections being
raised, it was decided that the press
nun should remain. The Rev. Dr.
Taylor, before reading the memorial.
sail that it had been under consideru-
ii n for -ome time, and they had been
cid'e. ;ing evidence for several months.
At first II nad ieen fragmentary, bu;
as tbi ��� acquaintance with the ciiy
grew, thej had learned more and
more. In instituting this movement,
i; had no; been iheir intention to be
hostile io any one, hut to work for
the moral Improvement of the city.
He then read ihe memorial, whicli was
.- ; dlows:
To Lhe Bi ar.l of Police Commissioners
��� : Lhe City of New Westminster:
The Ministerial association of New
Westminster   would   respectfully me-
Rev. Mr. Barraclough was the next ;o
speak. He said he would be very-
sorry ibat anything of a personal
character should interject itself into
the meeting. He felt sure that the
commissioners would give them credit
for trying to do their best in the interests of the city, even though their| 	
views as to the means by which this   tuxicating liquors in the restricted dis-
should   be   accomplished   differed   materially.
The Rev. Mr. Henderson remarked
ihat he had very little to add to the
remarks of his colleagues. He wished
io point out, however, that the memorial had been drawn up some time
ago, and nothing had li-een change 1.
Tie hoped tbe members of
and the police would not
Liquor ;e No Longer Sold in Restricted   starts   for   Prayer   Meeting   and   Dies
Area,   but���Water   Costs on Road With Bible in
$5 a Pint. Hand.
Owing to the action of the police, it i    William Corbihn, of tbe Blue Mouu-
is  Impossible  for anyone to  buy  in- tin district, dropped dead on the Richmond   road   last    evening   about 7.30
^^^^^i^i^^^H^^^HHHlllll^^M,o'clock, whil.- .ui i'i
trict to-day, but this does not mean by .,.���.,.
meeting at the home of H. B. Baker,
any   means   that   liquor  is  not   being  on  (he Ricnmon(1  road,    The clise  is
disposed oi quite as freely as has been' one of a sad and startling character.
the case for years past    Chief Mcln-   The deceased  started  for  the  prayer
the board
think they
tosh, accompanied by Detective Bradshaw, made a tour of McXeeley an I
Ramage streets yesterday evening,
and informed all the denizens of the
sawdust town that they would not be
permitted    to sell   drinks    in   future.
anything in  view except the im-   ��Z     ,,    V .    V       .    Bib'e' an"  waIketl  a,on��  beside h"��
ement of the ciiy. I T1 ? Ul��� reaf0D fo*' this vl8lt  ^^g the book, and chatting cheer
meeting, and on the way was overtaken by Rev. D. McKenzie, pastor of
Knox church, Sapperton, who was
hound for the same place, Mr, Cot.--
bihn got possession of the ministerV.
Bible, and  walked  along  beside him.
Kazan have been driven to desperation, and are selling Iheir daughters
Into slavery (o Ihe Mohammedans oi
the Caucasus. A form of typhus fever
known as ������hunger typhus," resulting
from starvation, has beci me epidi mic
in Kazan.
'. .  '..lr- .'.our honor.i ile board that:
1, V.'ii.ieas. public attention has
; ��� ��� r. drawn to the facl thai gambling
I evailed, to an alarming extent, in
the city during fair week, the Minis-
i. rial association having made uonie
investigation, regret  to fin I;
Thai n tbe fail gro inds wheel.- ol
foi; tine an 1 oth< gambling devii es
iven ��� mil li I. ani ;!...' lii ense was
gi inted 1 'Ue Individual to sell pools
on ihe giounds in <onne tion with the
Mining   Property   Rules  High.
Xelson.   Nov,   ss    Several    S in
mining deals of considerable importance, in whicli American mining nen
figure as ihe purchasers, are in progress. 'I'll" high prevailing price
1 metals proves an Irresistibli
Hon to would be buyers.
au I
v. a ���
In a
The Weather.
Forecasl   for  If!   hours from a a.m.
Friday:    Lower   mainland���Lighl   or
moderate   winds;   continued   fail   and
' counc
pAL, Nov. 22.-It is the intention of the
' ��f Montreal to apply to the Quebec Legged ���   lcertain legislation amending the statute,
Eectin   tl8t session of the Dominion Parliament,
F. "8 the observance of the Sabbath.  The opin-
row f'TT'1 is that the law' as jt stands' is t()0
L    '""/ �� Pe��ple of Montreal, who want more
;\vW i a" [t wiH afr��rd-   Jt is not >^t decided
' dI ^slation will be asked for.
* ������4
That   in   some   of    Ihe
mes   ol    blai a
were in  progress day and
��� in-all  !''.���;. nee   ..   - i rec.i.
Tlmi in , onnection with a."-,
a isei ied in ;'!o public prf ss thai
n imber of case.-' in �� hich arrests wer ���
made and hail forfeited, the hail was
di pos Ited by iho house an i no; by th
offender. It was also asserted thai
one police officer hud stated thai he
ha 1 been instructed noi io see gambling. Xo contradiction of these state-
mi 111 -   hi -   been   made.
Tlii-; we submil is mailer I'or Investigation by your board.
:'. And whereas al.-.i our attention
has teen called to tlie flagrant Infringement of ihe liquor license laws
in Uie ciiy, upon Investigation, we
have reason to believe:
That only in a couple of houses is
Ihe law regularly observed.
Thai in iho twenty-five houses on
McNeely and adjoining streets liquor
is regularly sold al all hours, lo minus well as those of more mature
s. And While we have yei oi
of any prosecution for this offence, we regrel to observe thai by a
I ractice which has apparently become
a settled system iu this ciiy, inmates
of these house, when arrested are lib-
j ear_
provement of the citjj
Commissioner Howay enquired of
ihe Rev. Mr. Barraclough whether he
bad been correctly quoted in the
Daily Xews of last Monday, when ho
was reported as having made boid"
very strong statements regarding the
moral conditions of this city, and a
tacit understanding between the people responsible and the civic authorities, in '.lie course of liis sermon.
Mr. Barraclough. who appeared rather surprised ai the question, replied
Ihat he did not think lie was called
upon to answer thai, as il was not
printed as a direr, quotation of iiis
sermon, but was merely a ,IUosl of ii.
All. Howay���"! do nui care whether
ihey are your exacl words. Did you
make such a statemenl ?"
Mr. Barraclough���"I still proti t,
This ddes no; effect i!-.-- presental i i
i i ine memorl ���!. If 1 had been a-1 ��� I
ibis question as a private Individual,
I woul I have answered."
Several   more    passage-    pass. I   a
tween tlie  gentlemen, ending in  Aid,
Howay saying that the gage of battli
had  been thrown out  by Mr. Barraclough.    'l'lie  Rev.   Dr.  Taylor denied
ui>. Baying   thai   they  could not   be
held responsible for statements which
. ���; eared in ihe newspapers.   ]( thai
was io he lhe case, they might as w8ll !
(.itiiiza the city council for the manner   in  which   ihey   treated  the  gam
bling   question,   raised   a   couple  ol
weeks   ago.     They   simply   made   fun j
of it.  according to the newspaper re-
j ports,   if the commissioners were to
lake   ibis   stand,   the   only   thing   for
ihe ministers to do would be to lay
the memorial before ihe commission-
ors and rei ire.
Mayor Keary���"There was nothing
.-aid at the ciiy council about the Mill-!
Isterial association."
Mr.    Taylor���"There    was    nothing
u .oui   the  Ministerial   association   in '
ihe report of tlie Daily News, either.!
We should  not   i.e held accountable
'or ii.'
-Mr.  Barr|ClOUgh       Seeing lhal their
(Continued on Pago Seven.)
ol .he police was that the ministers fully as he went. As thev neared .he-
were taking an active interest in the Richmond road, some of 'the other re-
morals of the city, and the new order sidents of the district joined Uie
was no doubl the outcome of the meet-1 party, and Mr. Corbihn dropped a lit'-
ing of the police commissioners held tie in the rear. The minister and his
during the afternoon. friends h-,,1 ,���._ m"lls>tei and iu .
.,., ,    . amends had gone on for some distance
lhe revenue derived from the sell- before they missed Mr. Corbihn n]
mg ot drinks was loo great for the called for him to come along ' Re
women to lose without an effort, an. celving no answer, thev became aS-
so an impromptu meeting was called ,0U8 and went ,ac)i J ^ ��
m one oi the houses, and a decision become of him. The soon found hin
"�������'" a bff Which the order con,,, stretched upon the ground w ,
to obeyed without any loss being en- sacred book still clutched in hi arm"
���ailed.    I,   was  decided   tha,   liquor An examination showed that lif,: was
The deceased was a bachelor, and a
would be given away free, but that
men would hnve lo purchase water at
ilie rate of twenty-five cents a glass
before being given the drinks. Under
the o; i system, a man would purchase
a drink, after  which  lhe house  would
'Si ' 'em up." Xow iho man hu;. - Lake
c qtiltlam water at a cosl of aboul
five dollars per pint, after which the
i     -������  "si; -  'em   up"  twice.    It   ap-
i rs to 1 ������ up to ihe police to devise
ue bi tter scheme I;' they are to su -
;' .- illicit liquor traffic in ih it
section of the ciiy.
lie was an en-
and   had    been
for a number
ago he lived a I
properly there
Viscount  Hampden Dead.
I., iidin,   Xov.   22.���Henry   Roberi
Brand, second   Viscounl  Hampden, is
dead,    ile was hm n in IS.l.
man of exemplary life
glneer by profession,
working on the const
of years, Up to a year
Mud Bay. Me sold hi.
:::: I iiiov, I Into tlie Blue Mountain
district. He hal been compelled to
give up hia profession ou accouni of
heart disease, from which he had been
suffering dining latter years. By birth
he was a Scotchman, and only a short
lime ago his brother, with his wife
and family, came om to this country
and took up their residence at Sapperton. The remains were conveyed
io ihe brother's house at that place,
and the inquest will be held to-day.
$1,000 REWARD.
Nelson, B. C, Nov. 22.-To-night Superintendent Hussey, who has been at Grand Forks for the
last two days investigating the murder of Louise
King, on Sunday last, by dynamite, proclaimed a reward of $1,000 by the government for the arrest and
conviction of Frank Cedio, alias Frank Angalio Pain-
blanc, the Italian charged with the murder. The
man is about 38, is 5 feet 6 1-2 inches, and has a
scar on his face extending down from eye to corner
of mouth.
ii ���"    9
Ab  ArtlM  In  Hannen  Is Thla Saa ���_
thr  Orient.
Iu all matters of sentiment the
Arab's instinct is sure. If you can
appeal to him on any ground of hospitality or generosity, says the author
of 'In the Desert," you have a hold
on hlm.
It used to be the boast of Arab poetry in its best days that it "never
praised a man except for what was ia
him," and the habit of judging directly and without regard to surroundings
has always been an Instinct of the
race. All those evidences of worldly
prosperity and success which turn
the h^rt of the Anglo-Saxon to water
lea re the Arab unmoved.
Tbe Arab is an artist in manners. 1
remember a certain sheik, who was
onct- my traveling companion on the
l"pp����r Nile, a tall, lean, keen faced
rami, of a complexion almost black,
with a glitter on it like the sun polish
on desert stones, who walked among
the fellahs on the crowded deck like
a chief among his slaves.
With him I share.! the same narrow
corner of the deck. He was strict in
his religious observances and at the
appointed hours would spread his mat
on the deck, turn in the supposed direction of Mecca and then kneel and
rise and kneel again, bowing with
his forehead to the ground in the Imposing attitudes of Moslem prayer.
Quick at detecting the least sign of
consideration or respect, if we stopped talking ..r move.] to make room,
he would treasure up the courtesy and
when LN prayers were over turn and
acknowledge it with a grave gesture
and a smile that seem,,,! no conventional grin ������-. but expressed the intention of ������������  Ie! berate friendliness.
What to Do When  ' on Saerie or Feel
the   WnrnliiK   (hill.
A cold, as nearly every intelligent
person knows, is the result of a stoppage somewhere of free circulation of
the blood, to which one is tirst sensitive through a feeling of chill. So
���light is tbe chill oftentimes that not
Until the preliminary sneeze comes is
the victim aware be or she haa been
ln a draft, or that the temperature
has changed.
The usual notion is that by going indoors, by changing to heavier clotbins
or retreating from the moist atmosphere the danzer is averted. These
precautions are all well enough, but
the first and most efficacious measure
should be to restore the o,uirW flow of
warm blood through every vein, and
so by heat instantly counteract the
little chill.
When the temperature of the bo I,
or extremities is lowered, or a  sud.' ���;
chill  or quick change  from   warm  t
cold    temperature    Is    endured,    take
three or four deep breaths through tin
nostrils, expand the lungs to their full
est extent,  holding t'.i" inhaled  air a
long as  possible, and   then  slowly  I
hale It through the mouth     In -lo...
this the inflation of the lunga sets lh.
heart into sti.-n qnlck motion that '.
blood   is   driven   with    unusual    f >p
along Its channels, and Bojuns out Lithe toes and ringer tips, and sets up ���
quick, reaction against  the  chill
I *-
- Farms For Sale
Investors,   Investigate
20 acres water front, 660
ft. on Fraser River, 800 ft.
on Brunette, just above the
can factory, Sapperton.
Price $10,000, $2000 cash,
bai. at 7 per cent. The only water front on the market this side of the river
within the citv limits.
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00, halt" cash, balance easy.
180 acres. Maple Ridge. Sections 28, i
29 and 32. Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Sec-'
tion 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
Iier acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, Pitt River Bridge.
Terms, halt" cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cen;.   Exclusive agencv.:
67 ii res, ii rnby Ranch. N'lckomekl,
house cos- $2,5  when built, 20 acres
cleared.   Price only $3.0CO, half cash,
:   nee easy.
160 acr"-  good  fai m '. in 1 in  Delta,
"_. miles from river, near Scott
road   $12 per acre; a rea! good buy.
[    10% acres, Burnaby Lake, $100 per
20 acre blocks, fruit land.-., near
Junction, $20 per acre.
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.    Apply to D. Fraser, Abbots-1
4o acres near above, $7 per acre;'
see us for fuller particular.-..
150  acres  improved   land,   buildings;
and  sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all   under cultivation.  $15,000.    If you
.can   handle   this, don't   delay;   it's  a)
bargain; terms can be arranged.
138 acr---. 100 af:>-s prairie, 38 acres
high land, foiir-rooule I hous.-. barn.
chicken house, all fenced, nexl to the
Hampton dairy falrm, _'_ ml . fi im
Hammon i. $40 per acre. Don't miss
160 acre-, township 11, section 15,
two miles from Fori Langlej ; ,". acres
-'. i- he i. $1,000, one-thir i i as:-.,
160 acres, Langley, 23 under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good repair; a sn ip il $3,000. half
��� ash
Very Special
160 acres, Westminster
district, 40 ac. under cultivation, 10 ac. orchard, 3-4
ac. strawberries planted
this year, alder .bottom
land,running spring, house
18x22, frame barn 30x32,
14 post frame house and
cow stable.-;, 3 in all, stable
8 cows and 2 span horses,
near Mission station,
schools, churches near at
hand, steamer lands twice
a day,about lOOac.timber,
fir ami cedar, nevei' been
logged, $2000 refused for
standing timber, carriage
house 16x2., hen house
made of hewed timber laid
in mortar, 12x30, a chance
of a lifetime, $8,000, $4000
cash, bai. at 6 per cent.
160 acres
ready for
-er,   EsM
vation.atl    j*;^'*
per acre. lln
school, all readyfn
mill, in Sur,.', *   ,:-m
cleared; onlj $i,ooc 'J
Id-,   acres, on
don. B.C., 70 a
-     .ij
160 aci ������- In Sui raj, ne u Bi ovt o &
i 'oull hard's . anch, $7 per acre; good
terms    I lands;   see   us foi    . ���
ticulai .-
.    ii
drained  and   fei
cosl $2,500; goo
price $50 per a
to suit purchasi
son for sellil
had health
climate      .
160 acres   \
ship   10,   l. i
.���   es   cleare I,
Price   $1,500.
at 7 pe   '
168   .  res, Ci
o I,  ne ii   B
8 and 10 a
mile - fi im .-;
160   teres
2%  miles fi .
bottoi     {1.20C
���   ���
Allied   In   iim.    and   Type   to   Mimui
Holyril..    and   Cape   Illoniidon.
The com] et ��� height of the cliff was
much higher, originally, for the glacier
that buried North America down to
this latitude eroded billions of ton?
which went to the upbuilding of I.ons
Island, trap bowlders being common in
the soi! of Brooklyn, and 1 have found
on the top of the Palisades opposite
Spuyten Duyvil glacial groovings and
pollshings that have survived the presumptive 15,000 years since the glacier
melted. Tlie outpour of this mass from
a volcano whose '-niter we cannot so
much as guess in this day was tremendous, and it cut the Hudson and Hack
ensack valleys asunder and pushed the
harbor several miles to the southward,
while related activities thrust above
the surface, either as downpours or up
pours, the thousand miles of basaltic
hills thnt chain the Carolinas to the
Bay of Funny, so that our Palisade-
are allied in form and time to Mount
Holyoke and ('ape Blomidon.
To the mineralogist our Palisades Co
not yieid as much of interest as we
find in the rotting trap of Paterson, a
few miles away, from which have been
taken the largest prebnltes in the
world, sea green and wonderful; royal
amethysts, balls of silky pectoiite and
quartz pseudomorpbs that copy theni
but we Hnd in these cliffs occasional
duplicates of the columns that make
the Giant's causeway and Fingal'a
cave���geometric shapes of three, four
five, six and more sides, not a result oi
crystallization, as was once imagined
for trap Is u rock, n it a mineral, bul
of lateral shrinking v hen it has coo!
ed.���Charles >|. Skinner in Century.
WHITE    HORSE.   DAWSON    and' ��
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with; J
stage; at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manage-.
Vancouver.  R.  C
Houses For Sale
Xo  Pore  Gold   In  C��e.
��� "Gold when refined from all Impuri
ties," said a jeweler, "and alloys of i.i
ferlor metals is denominated pure.
This means gold of twenty lour carats
and this is tho standard r gnlzed bj
the mint master and dealers in gold.
As a matter of fact, however, there is
no gold so pure. Hold of twenty-two
carats is about as pure as It can be trot
It has two purls of silver or one pari
of silver and one part of copper. Thc
cupper darkens the col ir of gold, whlh
silver light r.-; It in color. Twenty
three carat gold |s occa ionally see
which i leans n half carat of silver ai l
of copper, i irdluarily eighteeu r.r,-11
gold i the be I . dd i han .-an be had.
Certainly it Is the be ��� Si" jewelry, for
pure g iId. as ll - c tiled, is to > soft and
will wear awny mu :i faster than th
owners of ii de.dre
Slo\ .-. .
Stoves which concealed the Bre wer.
in us.- in Greek and Roman house
holds. The ancients also employe.',
open tubes of metal or earthenware
and, in addition, healed their rooms
with charcoal braziers. Grates for the
burning of coal were employed twe
centuries ago in Great Britain, Many
thousand., of patents have been taken
out upou stoves and ranges since
Frnnklin and Count Rum ford pointed
OUt the waste of fuel and of heat In
volved In open fireplaces,
Notice is hereby given that I intend
to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board for the Municipality
of Langley for a renewal of license to
sell liquors by retail on the premises
known as the Langley Hotel, situated
at Langley, in the said Municipality .f
Langley, Nov. 21, 1906.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hogs
V i in-, breeding stock of prize-win-
in? animals. Come and see or write
r  telephone.
Telephone .1 175.
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
onlv $1100 cash.
Thp Two laid.    Motorist!!.
The two great motors were pulled
Up 111 front of one of the big dry goods
stores. One lady was entering her
machine; the other was getting out.
"Hello, Gladys!   Out for a spiu?"
"Yes; glad to see you."
".lust ran across your husband n
block above."
"You did? How can I ever thank
you enough?"- New York Tress.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pione��r 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. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains an.l
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
rei. 113. Office,  Eighth  Street.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
lV_-storey house, corner of Sixth
street and Eighth avenue, i! rooms,
brick chimney, all papered inside an 1
painted, full size lot, 66 x 132, doors
covered with new oilcloth.   Price $950.
House on Brantford street, rents $ir,
per month. Will sell for $1,500. Terms
$750  cash,  balance easy.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia streel and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terms to be arranged.
Between   Fifth  and   Sixth  avenues,;
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized   lot,   two   storeys.  $1,000   cash,
House,    10   rooms,  1>L.    lots,   near!
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh   street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
Don't Miss
8-roomed House.all modern improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth St.
and Agnes, $5000, one-
half cash. A comfortable
home and good family residence.
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 roc
bath,   sewer connectiol
all modern improvemeol
splendid locality, $280
Terms arranged.
Two-storey house, stable, chicken
house, two fui! size 1 lots, all modern
Improvements, Thir i street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, $2,250.
$1,500 cash; good -nap.
House or. Royal and Eighth street,
two 3toreys, seven rooms, full sized
lot,  $2,000.
House and full siz. ��� I lot, 6 rooms,
on Princess .--re.a. near -Sixth avenue,
good garden, fruit trees, only $950.
Elghl roomed house , all modern
con. nieuoes, on Carnarvon street and
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
storej -
an l 1 it on A.
-i \r.i   rooms;
nes Btreet, two
a  real  snap  at
Corn . if Sixth Btreel and Fourth
avenue, house an I .even lots, orchard,
fruit trees, etc. $3,100, half cash,
House, coin, i       Fifth avem
Sixth  street, om ��� _
rooms, $2,500, b i
Boarding ho i - t��i
street,  one  bloi
ion's at J.i per i r fotl
Seven-roome I - ���     '1
ne ir   Fifth aven ie,  two stonfl
size 1 lot, $1,600.
House  an I full
Twelfth   itree irth 11
$800. P.. store
House,  elghl on SI
street,   corner   K   irth, $2,500;
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokei)
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Bank of Montreal
Incorporated    by   act.   or   parliament.
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND  $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mounl   Royal,    Q-,    C.   M.
O   Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   (..   A.   Drummonil    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, In London, Eng., N'ew
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents In all parts of thc
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
pro.'.piij   to   itn
Tlif  Effect,
"Math!Ide, throw thnt poor beggar a
"Ah, yes, be looks very mibappy."
"Not on that account, but the Meyers
aro watching us from their window op-1
poslte."- Wiener Salonwltzblatt.
A bouse is never perfectly furnish
ed for enjoyment unless there Is a
child in it rising three years old and n
kitten risiug sis weeks.���Southey.
Light and Heavy Hauling
"fine 'Phono 185.       Hare   mono 1.7
^c Fraser River Tannery
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
11.  E.  WALKER,  General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
Every faci
ty   afforded   Farmers  for
or   ...ken   for collection.
their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
���ul  if 'own account
S  receive every
may  be made
i   '.-ntion.
or withdrawn oby mail.
B. C. Mills, Timber anj
Trading Company
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds or
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash, M
Interior Finish,     _ jrned Woi !<,    Etc.
Fish and Fru'.    Boxes.
Large Stock Plai n and Fancy Glass.
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Dram
Royal City Branch, Columbia Jjj
Telephone 12. New We**"
Shingle and Sa4
Mill  Machinery]
New Westminster, B. C. jlDAV
M0V. 23. 1906.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street. "West, V
fains & Steamers
llj,. ,\\ \v       li . arr N. W. 11.35.
I. s. v.*.  - 10;  ar. Seattle 15.60.
Seatth    - 10; ar. N. W. 18.40.
.\ W  - 10, 10.35, 15.40, 17.::."..
S W. ..35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
��;. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
, v,. 4  .* p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
|l*., W. k Y.���VANCOUVER
. v.. 3 p. m. and S:55 p. m.
lancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
|g. N. R.���PORT GUICHON'.
N, w. 9:35 am.;   ar.  Guichon
[Guichon, _:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
m. and 6 p. m.
.il_:.s only.
New We-tmlnster 5.50. 6.50, 1
fa. m., and evcry half hour there-
ni'.'i 11 p. m.
I Vancouver  for Westminster at
faser River and Gulf
hS W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
fc ' :.>...   Tu.,  Th.,  Sat.,  7  a.m
���pain X. ���*���"*. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
p Chwl, Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
dally, ex. Sat. antl Sun.,
. 2 p.m,
trip, .Monday, 5 a.m.
; Sti      ton, 7 a.m. (Fri. G a.ni.l
��� trip Saturday, o p.m.
N'.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 ajn.
i Vicieria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.    Red Iv.  :.
7.15 a.m.    6 I11 p.m.
��� 7.45 a m. 11.35 a m.
1.  7.45 a.m.   9.00 a.m.
v 15 a.m. 3.3 I p.m.
I ���   a,, :;;. 9.oo p.m
"a.m. 9.00 a.m.
��� ��� ��� ���  1.13 p m. 1.15 p.m.
��� 1.30 p.m. 11.00a.m.
S.   S.   Tees,
lgt.  7th,   I4;!i   ol eac)    ;.   uth,  for
Claoquol  an ! Mosquito Harl i      20th,
tu Ahouset, Quatslno, Capi   S i tl an :
' nay poi I -
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  N'ew  Westminster  on  .Mun
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
and   Friday at 2   p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. rn. with additional trip on Mon-
1 day at Sj a. rn.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursdaj and Saturday at
7 a.  rn.;  Friday at 6 a. m. additional
; trip Saturday 0 p, ru.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves N'ew Westminster, 8 a. m.
| Mondays, Wedne. days and Fridays.
, Leaves Cbilliwuck 7 a. m. Tuesday,
I Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
J landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and lf.th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
departure are approximate.
Fur   reservations   and   Information
cal] or address
AKent, New Westminster.
Aset. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
General Suner'ntendent, Victoria.
'"���en. Agent, Freii t.;  l'ept.,
N'ew   V...'minster
Canadian Pacific
j Great Northern Ry. j
I    Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY !
Daily I NKW ji    Dailv
Leave; WESTMINSTER1 Arrive
972u am'Hlaine, Bi_nTng-[3:"C0 pm
4:35 pm ham      Burllng-|9:55pm
Hon,    Mt.    Ver-I
Inon,     Everett,!
Seattle        and
4:35 pm Spokane,      St. 3:00 pm
|Paul    and    alll
points  East.
..20 an. Anacortes, l": 00 pm
IWoolley,    and
3:00 pm Vancouver |9:20 ara
9:55 pm |4:35 pm
Lv. Xew Westminster fur
Guichon 3:50 p. ui. Ar. Guichon
6 p. m.. Monday, Wednesday,
8:45 a. m. ar. from Guichon.
.:30 a. m. i.v. for Vancouver
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Ttains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis  and  all  points East.
For complete information
rates, berth reservation, etc..
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Rank of Commerce Building.
New  Westminster,  Ii.  C
S. G. YERKES, A. Q. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
" p.m,   G.00 p m
���  1.00 p.m   11.00p.m.
12 00 in.     12.00 m.
tan Pacific Railway Co.
M'-h Columbia Coast  Line
[Time table
Line Service.
withoul notice).
ii aves \ ancouver
"ec. 22, Jan. 9, 1007;
Pr'ncess Victoria.
.s Van-,
���IIA    ^
''"������  daily at l p. m.
*mer 0ueen CIty
Lk^lv W stmlnster at 7 a. m.
s- S. Joan
Li'S     ���'���������������' dally except Sat-
If,..!""   y :it 1 = 30 p. m. Sat-
The only railway running through
sleepers and toui Isi ai s. Best equipment
Train for Seattle leaves at v 30 a.m.
Eastern Express at 15.40.
For rales, reservations and other
pari uailar.s applj to
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
E.  J.  COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
|     Red Mountain Ry. Co.
��� The only all rail route between all
points east, west and smith to Ross
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O, K.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ("-lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November io.
Day Train Arrive
.  Spokane  ..-.715 P���.
..Rossland   410 p.m.
..Nelson  6.45 P ���
Eight Trains Every Day in thc Year
Minneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
Embodies the newest and best ideas
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists ol
private compartment cars, standard
io section sleeper-, luxi : ii us dining
car. reclining chair ear- (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li
brarv and smoking cars,
I'or Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
a.20 a.m.
12.25 P-m.
Q.40 a.m.
Dr,  H. D,  lirown, Y.s. n graduate
j of the Ontario Veterlnarj School, will
lie in New  West min: ler every  Friday
nud  Saturday, and   will examine your
horses free of charge.
DR.  H.  D. CROWN. V.3.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Anil all the principal business cent ers of
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fulls.
Fur Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA..X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, III.    |
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Vukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
j and ?_o for anthracite. Not more
than _j_o acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of .'000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
; output.
QUARTZ���Persons     of     eighteen
years and over and joint  stock com-
I panics holding free miners' certificates
may obtain  entry  for a mining  location.
A free miner .  certincate is granted
, for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50 j
1 per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company, 1
according to  capital.
A free miner, Having discovered |
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every ad-
. ditional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5-
At least $100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
.500 has been expended or paid, the
locator 11.ay, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with othei
reiiuirements, purchase the land at
,1.00 an  acre.
Permission  may be granted hy the
Minister   of    the    Interior    to    locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
1 copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceedins. itio acres.
The patent for a mining location
I shall provide for the payment of a
��� Royalty of 2] _ per cent, of the sales
of  the  products  Of  the  location.
PLACER MIX INC. -Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry le-
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former bcinc, 100
foot long and extending between high
and low water mark. Thc latter includes bar diggings, but extends hack
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims ->oo feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. VV. T., excepting the Yu
kon Territory     A   free miner  may ob
tain only two leases of five miles each
for a term .d twenty years, renewable ui the discretion of the Minis ter
of   the   Interior.
The lessi e's right is conhned to thc
submerged beds or bars of the rivei
belOW any low water mark, and siih
for first yiar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty -ame as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory- ('reek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall noi exceed .50 f-'-t m
length, measured on the base line Ot
general  direction   of  lhe    creek    01
gulch,   the   width   being  fi.'iil   IOOO   .0
2000   feet.      All   other   placer   claims |
���hall be   '50 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office,
One extra day allowed for each addi
tioiial ten miles or fraction.
The  person  or  company  staking  . j
claim  must  hold  a  frce miner's certificate.
The   discoverer  of  a  new  mine  is.
entitled   to   a   claim   of   1000   feet   in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out- j
put   on   which   no   royalty    shall    b.
Charged the rest of the party ordin-1
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate.
of two nnd one-half per cent, on thel
value  of the  gold   shipped  from  the
ieet to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, excepi
on tlie Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative  leasehold.
The lessee shall have a d.edge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient, Rental, $ic
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output  after  it  exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may bc
granted to a free miner for a term of
jo years: also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in thr v^r ol" the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
tbe date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $j. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same . "cek, gulch or river, by
giving notice and paying a fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $-'00.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
The boundaries of a claim may bc
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official  Gazette.
Petroleum���All  unappropiated   Do.
minion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of t920 acres ior
such pern.il as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, ami satisfactorily establish such
discovery,  an   area   not   exceeding   ().|ii
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remain.ler nf the
tract reserved, namely, i_Ko acre.-,
will  be  sold at  the  rale  of $.1 an  aere,
subject to royalty al such rate a-- may
be specified by Order in Council.
1 ii put} of the  Minister of the  In
I li'tit.  Interior.
Built   oil   it    \ filta.lt,,.   Ilie   Iti'atllfi    lr.
lomewhal  sinrilliiu.
San Salvador is built on u volcano.
It bas beeu three times destroyed by
an earthquake, bul tbe people are becoming accustomed to such excitement
now. Earthquakes ore pretty Frequent
and, while one is naturally nervous,
there Is really little danger to life.
The shocks h ive Peen known to come
us frequently 11s eighty times In on
Th > effects nre quite peculiar, Iii the
City 1- n l>rl. k column, nine feel high
fi:..! three feet square, which was re
roved  n   hundred   feel   without   losing
its perpendicular or cracking the mor
The ground under the city Is full ol
caverns of unknown depth. A man
was digging 11 Well there. The last
stroke he gave with Ills pick tbe bol
ton) fell out. and he and his pick inn!
all fell through, nobody knows where.
There is n volcano not far from Bail
Salvador thai some years ago dis
charged lava ever 11 forest. The wen.!
all caught lire, of course, but the lnvn.
being light and easily cooled, formed
iiiiii hardened into lung arcades through
which ti wns possible to walk. Even
I uow the Imprint of lhe trunks an I
branches of the trees can he seen.
Von Gel  Wlmi  You Give.
Man Is the artificer of his own hllppl
ness. Let him beware how bo com
plains   of   the  disposition   of   clrcum
I stances, for il Is (lis own disposition
he   hlnmes.      tf   this   Is   sour   or   lhal
' rough or (he oilier sleep, let hlm 111 la.
If il he not his work. If his looks curdle all'hearts, let him not complain of
n sour reception, if he hobble in his
gnlt, lei hlm ii -I grumble al ihe rough
ness of (i.e way.    It lie is weak in tlu1
knees,   |el   llllll   ntll   call   lhe   hill   -deep
1 This was the pii'a of the inscription on
the wall of ihe Swedish Inn: "You will
Hud nl Trochaic excellent bread, meai
nnd   wine,   provided   you   bring   theni
1 witli vmi."   Thoreau,
 . ��1
Unexpected  Aimivfr..
An eminent   lawyer had been  Inter
1 rogatlng n  reporter In his hotel nnd
the reply he got was unexpected, si
the Buffalo Inquirer.
���'That was au unlooked for answy,
truly." he said,   "it  was like the n 1
; ewer the policeman wave to the good
I elii/.e"..   A good citizen, breathless and
ex.-ited. ran up to a large, calm police
'.  1111111 one day and cried:
" 'Officer, there's a terrible fight >:<)-
Ing on around the corner to lhe right.'
"'Thank you, sir. I'll do us much
for .you Bome day, sir,' said the 1 dice
mini gratefully, as he look the turn
Ing to lhe left and quickly ila .
j Northern Pacific]
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rate...
Quick Time. Excellent .Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
��� Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hr.3tings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Portland, Ore. A. G.   A
lii.-  l!i.,i  ,>f Death.
In \ew 1 ir.... ���.. ii, r.  is .aid to In a
ven ius bird .ailed ihe bird of death
II   Is ttboul   lha      ,a ,,1   a  pi 'a .11,  V Itb a
tail ot ."..-1 '       irj  '.'i" Mi ending i
11 lip "I' brill ill .        . lot.   11 has a g|
boi l..'l   I     I    ai. iquenta   mai
an I Btn   ��� The ven    wit!
which ii In d stilled In 1
of organs which I ,��� upper m
ble, .III'-!  P. . ' ���      [ii   ve.s of the no.
trils.     I'nd' 1    ila",       ���.   il,,.   r00f  of   1',.
m mill. Is a si mil Hi   ! y knob,    Vi 1
the bird si ts II ��� p. al< Iii the flesh of
victim  this  ki ib  re   lives a   pressun
which liberates the 11 nom and Inocu
lates the wei:i.d.
Tlie  r:.i-.i  nnd  the  Wonts.
The uni: eroiiB li in is of wesl ol
which tbi effete e I solemnly CU-
courses :��� ;c eti '��� to bewilder 0
Phllndel] h 1 law, or ;i will assu:i
you lhal besldos "lie- middle west."
n phrase thai II em; i i.vs continually
nml wiih evident pleasure, there ar.
nn eastern west, a western west, 11
north.'rn wesl and n southern west.'
Vol Ihere is only oue east, nnd hardly
enough of thai to swear by.���Call-
The   s.H'ini   l!i>,mil
"1 Suppose," said the old time friend,
"that your folks uo longer feel tlie
anxiety about social matters thnt thej
wiee experienced."
"Yes, they do," answered Mr. Cuiti-
rox; "mother on' the girls are now as
busy keepln' other women out of society ns they once were gettln' in themselves."���Washington Star.
��� * 4
'*   E i
2    U��    ia..'
.:i.n    for
Transien display advertising, *.!*���
conts [ipr ,re nonpariel) 12 lines to
thp isch. r":ve cent? per iine tor
.ursequent insertions.
Reading notices, hold face type, 20
.-ents per lin<., brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Kor time contracts, special posi-
tons, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
���vord. No advertisement taken for
i��_., than 25 cents.
a,I ;. _.ie six" aous-saotJ ^.i.
Absolutely pure, never cakes.
, - ed Inl i the hands of shrewd spe -
ulators. to whom, and not to the Prov-1
ince,   the   rise   in   value    wil!   bring!
Day   Office   .
N.ght  Office
. B22
���V-ft" '-:
FRIDAY.   NOV. 23.   '906.
yes C     :������ id an ai
...      ' ition of the
On   .. ���  Govi rn Domini in
,     ,- aming ��; S
,. :.:..,. ..  thi    P ovim e   of
Ontario is   mild ng, i-  ma le th    . ��� -
upon whi :h to hang cei    In   i   ,
iar   expressioi '��������� ��� ������     'i:l!
l. ."���'   ���.. I   he    3] Ineh -- aggreg ition"
��� presenting   B Itish  C I im n in the
Commons, an I .. i forth.
We are told that certain discipl s
of Laurier and Loot" maintain that it
.i iuld e an "unpa I a i le offence"
... the Dominion to subsidize a railway oi ridge p il lii S, owned; but we
are nol told who these ' lisciples" are.
We are : irthel toi I th n the members
rei resenting thi. Province in the Commons "are supposed to rage'' at the
very idea of such a subsidy being
All this, of course, Is simply misrepresentation; the same old story of
saying nasty things In the nastiest
possible way���the old dodge of those
writers who. not having the know-
ledge or ability to debate the matter,
'na" refuge in abuse���.-'ale as last
night's cigar  smoke.
The point at issue is, the subsidizing of provincial public works by the
Dominion Government. As things now
stand, a subsidy to any such work
would open the Dominion treasury to
demands trom all the Provinces in aid
of their local undertakings; and every
sensible person, who has studied the
subject, knows that no men In power
al Ottawa���Liberal or Conservative���
would dream of establishing .nch a
precedent, by simplj granting a subsidy to any work undertaken by a Prj-
vlncial Government. The government
ownei ship | olicy of the I) insm iir Government In this hmince, : ill iwe : now
on a larger scale b_ the Ontario i lot
ernment, may resull in I sgislation
which will change presenl conditions;
bi I the enactment of sip U legislation
cannol certainly hi promote i bj h ���
v. rlting of abusive articl ahoul
"Laurier and  Loot."
A few days ago we made note of the'
fact that a citizen of Toronto hat
taken action against the Gran i Trunk
with a view to compelling it to^obey
���hat clause of its original charter.
which provides that it shal! run at
lea >t one train a da     ovei   its whol ���
lii :.   which  passengers .-Imi!!   '���������
can le 1 at the rate oi tw i cents (one
penny) a mile; and yesterdaj our des-
itchi - e ��� i>-1 the i ict i the
case had been lismiss I ��� Mi-;-
irate Denis ������ e ground that jur
isdiction in the matti      ������   nged to tl
Rail vi i ���  ( omml ssion    While thi        ���
��� :. ling,    hi   Ham!     a Hei
.. !    i .. hich    ie! ins - irty of
rlvlh ge ���   pi n.'" i   an   article  d ������ n I-
Ing    the    railwa     and      stil   ag   Its
f the law, -      :-
efo  ning ��� Itizi n who       ght to
Ivi ' irte       This
irtl le the Toi onto   Wo ls in
vigo   ��� i -   : ishton,   calling   il    ,.  Cold
Blooded    Throw-Down "    The    .
sa; -:    There Is not a < on   n
hat i- ie.- ��� ncourage i i i dis-
;   the law  b;   jusl   .ucl   vriiInge li
lewspa  er    press     The    Hi raid
- i.vs   no  one   wani -   a   me islj   thii I-
.  --   fare   anywa?!     What   are   the
facl - '   The . lause in the G   ���   IT ui
charter iE   the  i lentical   on ���   that   a
the  verj   same   Ime   (fiftj    idd  years
goj was inserted In every charter 'n
England.   Ani for years the railroads
leyed the law and ran ONE parliamentary train a day. iiiv one enterprising manager happened ilong thai
thought it would be good business to
put the penny a mile car mi every
'rain. All the roads foil e.ie 1 suit,
and -he whole of the fast and high
class and yet third-class passenger
travel of Great Britain had its origin
in this very clause that, the Grand
Trunk Is alleged to have ignore i. and
which the Hamilton Herald pats them
on the back for ignoring."
City Elections.
-.  -_: - .���   _: en tr. '.he !"'" -
.;   .s.-.v    ,'..-.- ,. i ���...-.- -
rhat I re ; ;.:.��� I - ���'" '���   '������ '���'���'��� '���
Ele '  : - ..- the Citj Hail, on
Monday, the 3rd day of Dec.,1906
at 11 o'clock a.m., for the purpose ot
electing a Mayor and three School
Trustees foi the yeai 1907, and at 12
o'clock noon ot* the sam- day. for the
purpose oi ele ting seven persons a1?
Aldermen for the said year of 1907.
The mole of nomination shall be as
follows: Each candidate shall be nominated In writing; the writing shall be
subscribe 1 by two persons a.- proposer and seconder, who shall be duly
qualified electors and residents in the
city; and s u h nomination paper shall
:, iin a -- itemeni signe I by th
son nominate I. thai he < onsents t i
such nomination. The nominatl in papers ihall b�� delivere i I i the Re ; n
ing i ifficei al inj time between tn ���
late ol notice and (in 1 he case ol
an IS   lool Ti istees i   12 nooi
he 3rd :   Decern iei.  or I in
. :    . en i   i o'cl ��� :k , .m.
: the same   lay.
In I      even i      einj   ni
-a. .. - nd,       I will    " " - m :   m
��� : Decern! er, 1906, al ���
I'clock a.m . md ivill remali open
until c     - ... lrae daj. al
. :es ���   The Coun
er, Citj   Hall; Fire Hal . s ipper-
' ���::. and il the Lighl S ition, Tenth
��� . ���
Of  ���.'. hi h  ever;   pei son   I -   req ii
e and goi em himsel! a :
a linglj.
Given   ind hand  at   the City
Hall, New Westminster, the 22nd daj
if Noveml er, 1906.
r t:
It's the face of a Won an
Man that attract attention . ��� ''l
To-day, a Man's Overcoat
to his personality as does his Suii ':
The ultra-fashionable I
Overcoat that will make peo]
he passes by and wonder
" Who That Swell Fellow h I "
Our Overcoats are c u
and to hold their shape as long
We stand first, last an ���
neriority of fabric, style and -.-.
may rest assured that the i
will l>e aatisfa tory m erven  ���-���
���' -.���
' ���
$12, $15, $18, $20 to \ll   :
We haveCravenctteCoatsatal! pricesupfott
Sat ifacti i
be I   al    ���   .-
Ml        npRFfk    CLOTHES and TOGGERY
e   ���������   l^tCM-HL^^r^ Opposite   Posi   Office
Returning I Iffice
$20 AND  UP
French-Canadian Whist Club.
Local French-Canadians took In the
progressive whist party which was
given in Vancouver on Wednesday
night, in the Catholic Order of Foresters hall, by the French-Can idian clu i.
The even: was mosl enjoyable, and
nothing so common as English was
spoken all the evening. Ove; a hundred French-Canadians were present,
md - wenty tables ���'��� ei e u -������ I :.. th ���
series of games.
Cut and Made on the Premises
247 Front Street    -    New Westminster
WANTED - Smart   Boy.
Apply Beaver Cigar Factory.
MRS. DOMINY. pr iprietress of the
Arrow Press Job Printery, having
.��� ii__;i_;.-1 a practical prin'":. begs ���
thank the public for their kin I patronage, which she hopes will be continued.
LOST���on   Sun lay  evening,  betwi
the Methodist an 1 K  C. churches, a      {
.-���rin,' of   gold   '���.��� i is.    Finder  re      I
warded   on   returning    -hem   to   2.
Blackwood street, 213-6
LOST ��� Between Leopold place and
Fourth avenue and Eighth street,
large amethj s! bro ich with diamond setting in center. Finder will
be rewarded. Apply E. Coul"-. C.
P. R. station.
W.  R. Gilley, 'Prone   ._���*.
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. U. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc,
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Dq
'Phone 1-6
Refei ring to the land transaction-.
. i .aa' iin Tory politicians, for whicb
so many excuse.-, bave been made I...
their party joui nal -. the Ol tawa i 11 tl-
r.eii. the lea ling Conservative organ
al  the capital, point:  oul  thai    wo   if
he parliamentary a; ul itors "r dsed
the   money   on   i wo   notes   of  ? 10,	
' ai i. endorsed  by  Messi s,  Mackenz ���
.md Mann, chiel owners of the C.N.R.
II   : ���   ti ue  Messrs,   P ipe   and   Fov li
I aid   the   notes   whi p   they   fell   du
w iib I heli   own  money,  bul   it  .-    i i
in ihe Ciii/.'n ��� hi    ���.'." .��� nol  In a
sitlon   to   scan   the    Mackenzie   an I
Mann C.N.R, le [I I I   ���:. with thai sin
gle eye to the pu il i    hal oui
i ai liamentary   repre   ml itive      .    . |
I "   ess."
Funeral of Miss Ross.
The ; ineral ol Miss Alexandria
Ross, who die i on We Ines ;.. afternoon, will take place at " o'clocl this
morning, In the Roman Cal h die i ��� meter; . Tlie decease I wa - onlj 20 . eai -
��� :' i ge, and bad been i hul i short
ime A sister ol I i deceased was
expected to arrive on la -' i . aing .
train from  Kami ��� i  -
Did Really Fly.
Nante i  - n   Seim    '' am e,  Nov, 22.
���M.   Lena i Ij .-    airs   : '.    !.:   !',:��� rle,
made a   - icci isful  two iou    High!   toda,
Land Registry Act
Re Lol 184, Oroup I (excep two pans
conveyed), N'evi We :- mlnstei l>: .���
As   If  to   lend   weighl   to   Mm   .. . -I
oi  the speakers al   tho  Liberal mi il
Ing on Tuosdaj   night, cornos the reporl   irom   Vin..ria  thai   the   specula- A   Certificate   '"'  lmler'             Title
tors  into  whose  hands   the   Govern- " Lhe tt,K)Ve l'r0''ert.v   '-vil1  '"' ��� ~ - o > -1
menl  has been delivering the timber '" Rhoda ���X]|'K:|"I"V "" ,h'' 29th   lay
lands of the Province for the past six '"' Decembe1'. 1!M";- unless In the mean-
months or more, al  the rate of forty !i!"" '' vallci obJect;lon therel i be made
to sixiy  square  miles  per  week, are t0 ""' '" wrltlnS ''.'���' :l person or per-
already   In  receipt   of offers of  good "'""''   clalmlnS  an   estate or   Intere
Di'Icca for their holdings.    Exoeptthal Lhei'ein' '"' '" any pari thereof.
H   has  come a little sooner  than w i C. S, KEITH,
expected, ihere is nothing surprising Distrlcl Registrar of Titles,
aboul  this,    The supply of good Uni- Land   Registry   Office.  New West-
ber on this northern continenl  Is be- minster, B.C., 21st   November, 1906,
coming small in comparison with the 	
demand,  so   lhal   a   big   rise   in   price
wa.s   merely   a   question   of   a   few
The person or persons having In theli
...                                                     custody  or  possession  the   fo lowing
months or years more or less,  Every- ,,���   ,,    ,    '                  ,        .
,,,,,,        , ,         ,                ' < lit- Leeds re atlng to the sac   prop-
body who hud io,,ked Into the matter     ,  i��up
i ,, . ,    , erty are requested to deliver the Mime
knew  this, and  the Government was'.    ,,
,,.,,.,, ,;" ,!"- undersigned:
warned by ihe Liberals two years ago,
and should have  known  all about.it      1""1  Deoembe1'' t895  -Roberi Gran-
withoul any such warning.   They per-   '*"" McKame>' ":i '   Roberi Mc-
sisted, however,  in  the "spendthrift'
Kamey, i
onveyani e in  ree,
policy, and  so this  magniflcenl  asset   MARTIN, W-EART & McQUARRIE,
oi the  Province, which,  properly ad- Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New Wesl
ministered,  would   bave broughl  mil-         minster, B.C.
liens Into   i!i>'  treasury,  has   largely! Agent.
Right This Way,
Everybody, For
The Best Shoes
We want you to make this your family
headquarters for Shoes   the place you'll
be sure to think of first when Fall and
Winter Shoes are needed.
This requires, on our part, better Shoes
and better values for the money than
you are apt to get at other stores.
Trie Choicest of Meats Cooked ln
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be   Obtained    at    All    Huurf   at
enny s
Restaurant   and  Lal
Late Suppers After the  Theatre a
Specialty.       Oysters    and    Game
in  Season.
Growing Appreciation
Vvc Believe We Have Th
Come and see how well we
fumll our assertion
Columbia St.
New Westminster. B. C.
 Sugar Cured   =
Breakfast Br..con am/ Hai
These Are C
.. ,.-,   11!'
FMne, almosl new, well bulll house, iniili. "'��� ���
. j     '  "
Improvement;   first-class situation1-;   iiv> lots; r.eai
possession,    Price low; terms oasy;: enquire.
s 1-3 aires in Burnaby, r, minute* from tram;   ' ...tS
in "" l
Bitlon  for anyone contemplating maf<l(��l gardening
Easily cleare I.   Only $1,300.
Cc.un.bia Street, next Bank of Conim��'c8 - 90S.
Local News Briefly Told j B||y k ^m [k ^..
Distinctive, Refined
: ;he strong features ivhich have durii q
. days gained for our varied displays the
|: approval of dozens of visitors and custom-
sis i    clement of distinction connected with our
.... -. They are pretty, well made and have an air
lent which appeals to persons of taste.
S  ne are of Fancy Delaine, Flannel. Embroider] Cashmere and French Novelty Goods; in all the
...  .
Ii . ���������"������
j   .. .   -' Mr     ��� i .���
... -     ." i hi
. ��� . ._ ii    .        ...     aorta
\ ��� ������   ; plies are to b<   i I
-      ;.,ak. 'he  .,.'.    as  solid
- -
..... .    :
���"        ���        a.  vi .   a
���    ��� ...
S    M
\   Hai Iman  forms   i    I thi      tn o.
& Brys id    has dec. .
��� ��� lal.   business premises    n
.,   '::.,-  recent!}  acquired on
direel oi McKenzie ant \
. S . ��� ' -     The   ��� illdlng    will    be   I wo
��� ���   ��� . i hi    in I _ 111 hav<  .. flooi
M . 35 x 75     rhe I ool wil
a ��� ��� .   an 1 th.   ��� ,        eni   of ���
. ....   ,. ... hai actei
ed to the nee is of the
in    ai    ... ���      isiness whicl    M
I  to open u
..       a-
I       .
'        ���
.    '      ������
���' ��� :
.   al   tin
:-, a a.a.. ' ...
'��� ..-     i-   . - a        ���
101 111     \
���  .   ���.. ::  as   - ��� :.
|    .
in   S      : in   the
colors, at 75c, $1, $1.50. $2.25, $3.50 to $5.
lisses' and Girls' Coats
thing  has  been  left   un i - - I > ma ������   nu   greal    ssortmenl    '.
nts  for  misses ani girls more emphal than e\  : tho
kind from every viewpoinl of the customer.
. -. values,  we oft ���   following  splen .dels as
il    ��� ..   eft iris in   pro lu :in :   sen: e i
at   prices  within  the    :��� .   .
\ Icinlty,
sightlj      md
���    :. imical
1 iced the price of
them, thai's a fact,   .    ive did it be-
be r-i     i ight far  too many
his   makes   tho opportunltj   all
t   ��� tti         ������  ;. OU.
1 Savi     iur  money   bj   spen
e a     Children's   ��Inter   coats,
ri   ���    $1.95,    Coats   if '���*>������ .
Chevh. s. Tweeds, ei   . $2.25.    Hit.
I              : Meltons, Chevi t
Ke ie; - an 1 Hon.''.-   ins, $3.59. $5.50
[ >","..
Rev. H. D /''"   "                 e loca        ler of 0
:.            ii,   of   Hami            ��� fe'lnws,  .-:  whh h tl      lecc isi I was ..
t Canada s membi       W         .    ���
as .. n .--: mai       ��� .   fo .   .a :. ' ���'���'   funera    in    ...  menl -
.;..;;      . .;,     |    .             .   .     , .. i iui   la   :  Is lhe i xl ...    ol pure h ig
Mr   D. Walki                            -,\ :                                         - white    Tn
an I a hal    rears, ��   '    ���   fo in .   .   the
Winds ���       ���,.      ,. .    .. .
��� :    i nie.      11 his friends there
Il     Reii hi nbai li .. Co.
W.   A   Gill    .-  pile di iver,  Rustler,
has  been  broughl   lu  from   Campbell
River io  the governmenl cruiser, Pel
The action   foi il  lihel   Insti    rei,   after   a   ver)   siorm.   and   some-
tuted bj .1. 11. Taylor, editoi of the whal dangerous trip on account ol the
Columbian, again.si i C Brown, man- somewhal top-heavj nature of the drl-
aging ii Da        Sew  .   vei     The crew had boen engaged for
comei   on  foi ring   al   the  police   son.,    time al   Campbell  driving   the
court ai ' .. n irnlng, es  :,':" a new  government  wharf al
thai placi     As an experiment a large
rhe rool ia now on -he new Vulcan   number 0( turpettane  p���M hfl()  been
;l"' "��rJi   imported   from   New   Zealand   for  ihe
[s your Winter Overcoat still unbought?   Why
| do you wait ?   Is it that you haven't seen just what 5
a vou fancv
>5 not soon our showing o(
ial would moan, clearly, that vou have
of installing the machiner.  will soonl ���, tegt,     ������,,,. duraMmy and     J
how the torredos would act in count
has a    isiness like exterior, and a.his
much to the ...   sarauce of thai   .-.a
tion   f ihi
������ tion with tliem.
The   deal   which   has   been   pen,Iin;;
Several carloads of merchandise, in-1
eluding ti i  .oi i  -.ines, were re-
i elvi . hei i j esterda) for local Chinese 11 . , har.ts Kwong on Wo .^ C )
were   the    largesi    i onsignees,     The
This brand is head and shoulders above all other S
| ready-to-wear clothing  made   in  Canada  and  is |
for some days past between k j. Me    M equalled only by the high-class custom-work of the p,
Menemy and Aid. Halse, of Vancouver,     6  &j     citjos_      g        fl   2Qth   CciUlll'Y   Overcoat and VOU  8
�� rank at once with the verv hes! dressers. S
Come in and soo these very fine high-grade over- a
t     ' ���������'-������ S'JX���A&HgV
K ^/J.____.'U^A^��^3WrAjjei1'
for  the   purchase  of ilu>   Lewis blocl
was  completed   yesterdaj    afiernoon,
when Mr. McMeneui)  acquired posses
, i sion of the nropert.   for the  sum  of]   i> ,,. -   , ,       .,, , .:.
'   nought from the i   . stiai %;i...__     Ti���,  .���,,,������..,   w,r,,h   lM.:  S coats.   1 rv some of them on.  \ mi 11 appreciate better, Q
the steamship Tartar E&ngQfi  ,,��������� j,,,,,,,,,,,:  lhe ,������,,,,.     |  bJlen.  ^j,, W()rth> ;!n(j th(l (,..,,,, (>f what W(> say_ S
lard is the extract   il  , ire ho.-, er's  butcher simp,   Qardhouse's   ball      9                                                                                                                      >J
r     '/ is as pure as It is white.   Tr. ery,  and   half of  Lhe   building  known     ���*���   ���*"-��       ���-            "^                         -*-   -   ~     -             --- ��� ���   ���*'
���    i;.               i] �� Co, ,s the Salvation Army barracks.  Aid.
: lalse has held the propertj less than
;        ��� ith of Miss Emily B. Thirtle, ., month, and has cleared axactl;   $10,
lan if a  farmer al   Ladner, oe.    i on   the deal  in  thai   Ume.    Both     \
ii-re.i         ial   dace on Tuesda)   'veil mies were pui through h;   the firm of
| Suirs from $1 3 to $28 i
I Overcoats, $ 1 5 to $27^
meral lm i I ee i fixed in   McLeo i \:  Mark.
��� no ui     i'. Mui ali,.'
In,,    mornln !    for  La Iner,      Tl e huge ton ton   . II      whh li  was
 the last sa    at  on     time   used    In   tho   Burnnb)
power  h mse  hu ���   heen   [iiirchased b)
the  Porl   11.ir.";   Lumber Co.    "i ester
The   sal.    ���������    ' a    Saunders    .��� ���       .,, ;;,,, cumbersome bollei was gentl)
farm,   nea     Whonnoi ������    til racted    a   lowered    .'awn   a   special!}    iirepuroJ
large  nun   ���      o     Idders    ye terda,    slip,  from Belyea's wharf, to a scow,
-���-i   Cal lie, sl   '  ��� te were sold nl    mder the supervision of Carlton Cath
air prli      anil   lie!      es all wenl   i    cart, who will superintend the Instnl
oo I I
The Wardrobe Clothier
���ushion Tops
We have them in variety, SILK, SATIN.
pLl rSH, TAPESTRY, etc. all new designs,
fhe Very Thing for an Xmas Gift.
(.lllle)  B      .   -     ntion of the shingle milling plant nl
this city,     '   :hi ud looking -r.rr.   porl   Hone;      The    ninnngei    of   the     '���*
which arrive.I   In   th    eil) la     compnn,.     i J   tll     in, who hopes
rn i a.. i\      > - i Innl in i tinning order In thi
. nu  ���' of a month,    The plan
a ti] to late In ever)   particular, and
The  a a  : ��� ���  .   '  ������      ��� ���     nen     in   .
Sole Agent 20th Century for
* New Westminster Citv and District
:���:   .
J. B1RTCH, 275 Colum-
���bia Street	
��� ' nn e into . nei In; , after,,),, ,     whicli  hn ���    i   u  pun huso 1
:'     ,A '   I    "    '    Itlversid    '   .   fa       : .   ,     developing    U'S   hoi ��� ���
ilclnli    nl   dl i    ':' "' -i1 l*u       ,
hoi a    .   .    :���:'-;���      ihlipe ll     a     pollll   Iti
'i lestl in,  tin I exien irk wil 0m    .,   i |a .;,.   , v,.,, , ,,. |,in,. |,,, 5
lime nl ns ll ie ol ���    vIuk    dies    :.,      :.  .....     ,,,, ., . n  , . tt-hlta    Try
an 1 |i 11 In ���  the   lan ���'"   I i;a., henbach ,v Co.
��� 1111I1
(0    .    DM   !     .        .11   loll ���      [H! 'ii!''
Two   drunk-   11 gill    I lhi    pollri
.'   lesterdni   limn
w omen,    wei s   al 1 rncle 1    to
VI il arantholni  au !   Poiei    P ib
.   ��� >     yesterdaj   nflei noonhj   Lho
\A Letter of Importance.
���y vvc have been constantly asked if we are selling out, or moving
���   Premises,    These enquiries  have   no  doubt   been   created   by  the
pment�� Of furniture leaving  ovr stores and warehouses daily.
f leaving our present . te, but we cert, inly arc selling o-it
j^n"-' Not with any catchpenny reductions, but a genuine legit.
1 10d of trading which we ha.a rnads successful by always marking
'han the lowest  of  other furniture houses   in   British   Cj
f Up TO  YOU  whether  you  want  old  antl  out of date  goods
'    pr the very latest and  newest goods th;* money and  f
can buy.
Iriet 1C   " n'Ul Pay us a -'riend|y visit; no one wi" bothcr >"HI ,0 '"'y'
l��ods constantly  arriving.     Look   them   over,   and   if   you
'      I00d, select   it,   and   we will deliver any time or anywhere
1 lr inlholni,   �� li 1  hn 1 heen  11      iefo
; he inagisl 1 ate   iovci nl  I   lies ,-ilreaii .
Iileildo I   llOl ll   foi   llllll    "    p.hail   t>,  ami '
inue: nl .." enmities In . iiniioclloii with
now dissolved partnership, the business will be
carried on OS heretofore by BRYSON A   SONS
":lf* ���,,i''"1"1  "' *�� "'  I' ���'"'"������   :''   akPti  ihrougli   itaoli    ro- atli a
Hardware;, Ranges, Stoves,  Tinware,
:!'   '    : ,:: : :   - Graniteware and Enamel  Goods -
the ship| big of lhe bod)  of Wa Tom
. cl 1111      r e a moi  1 'i -e  ritual
>ave l he clt)  before i he sun   iod   ���
U'let,  .iii hough   lllU  ai laui-.i'llieiil .   wei'
PctPi-snn ua- lined $2.5(1 md costs       M| on   <uch   ;m   ,,1;lhnl.il���.   ���,������ ,,,
our lard Is the exl   u    ol  1 111 e h ii
: 11     It Is as pure ns ll la �� hi a     1:
ll,    Reichenbach & Co
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
\\ ill   lie   place I  on   board   lhe   ICllipi'08 I
of China lo-du) in commence lis long
jnunit.)  lo tho Flower}  Kingdom, The
\\    \   (jnif.)   pm ere ol  hla   landjcos   of     lipping the body  b)  [rolghl
ilrlvei    In  ation yesterda;   In thel to Hoag Kong aniottnts Lo .al. bul lho
roj-,,1   cii)    mill   >a   :    driving    tht�� ��urvlvii_j.    I'Qlatlves   Uiltt.   Him   Is  a
r Hiation plli ��� ' 1  lhe new addition aumll amounl co urod  to tho jails
10 nie engine  room  which ll   is lm faction of knowing thai  the dona 1
leude 1   lo   ere I       I'he   donke}    engine   one  re .1 I   In   Chill
h,   ' ldvls�� you in purchasing Morri-. Chairs, Morn.. Rocker.,
" 'I I'1".      t"   . _ r ���
nrs, Ext
,S|on Tables, Pictures, Sidebcardc, Buffetr,, etc.
I Pont Block      Columbia St.      Telephone 73
P. O. Box 248
Holiday Silverware
In addition to the usual variety of standard lines, our
stock comprises many Silver Novelties prepared for thc
approaching holiday season, which will be found unique
and at the same time as favorably priced as other
articles of lesser quality and merit.
Columbia Street
1 I
FR|��AY, Nov
The Big Sale is Still Going
Some Bargains for Friday and Saturday;
Men's $10 and $12 Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats, at
Men's $15 and $18 Suits, Overcoats and Raincoats, at
Men's $1.50 Working Pants    .       .       . Q5C
Men's $4.00 and $4.50 Pants   .      .      . $2.75
Boys' Suits, regular $3.50 suits   .       . 1.75\
Boys' Underwear, regular 50c a garment,
sizes from 26 to 34; at per garment 27ic
Men's Underwear, regular $1.00 and $1.25
a garment, for  S5c
Men's Sox, per pair, .       -Ill
Men's Canvas Gloves,     .    4  pairs  for 25c
White and Red Handkerchiefs, each,      . ��c
Boys' Knickers, regular 75c, for per pair jc.
Men's Sweaters, regular $1.50, for.       . gc.
Men's $3.00 Shoes, per pair,   .      .      . j gn
Westminster   Clothing   Company
E.   DAVIS,   Manager
Tlie   Farmer   on   tat-   Jtliim- .mill   ll.
DifI.eul.ieN  lit  Surmount*.
Going down tbe libiue v.hi get :\ ��� ������
_ou iu l'mming, I. you wanted l.
it farm lu America .,j" would ; .. .
Willi a picl; aie! spade and dig ;. i.e
all ever 11 100 in re tract i i make >.;
the suii was sn and su and that i i_*_
was mil move than ime stoue : . t.
rood. <l:i llie.e cliff vineyards ul.;..;
lhi' Rhine It leaks t.i yon as If th.-
iwas not mure than a bushel of cur;
to the rood and that the rest was a
In America \i i wouldn't buy n far;
Durinp ti    ni tn iv 1! ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Japanese authorities of a building J OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
known  as  Koo  Cheun Kak.  built | _s_=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
,' many hundreds of years ago by the
j founder   of   tlie   present   Korean
dvnastv, nu enormous snake emerj:- 	
ed from the hole left in the floor of :8-000 J empress oi BRITAIN 114,600
the compound by tlio removal of .-. H',wt EMPRESS CF ,!;,;LAN" '     m'
stone  weighing  1,000  pounds.   It
bewail   t<>   travel  around   tlie  com- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
pound witli greal rapidity, jumping ters-    "  is the Quickest, safest  and
over auy walls that came in it.  way. mosl economical.   From St. John, Dec.
Seven Japanese soldier- eventually ]S,   ;.n\  Dec.   15th.   For   particulars
killed it. nnd thev then took the re
Travel in the same way as your let-
on  the  perponiiieiilar  surface  of  tbi i niuirs   outside   and   burned   them.
Grand canyon,^ yet you  Imagine tin | That night a green fog settled down
over the city, and the seven soldiers I
who had killed tlie snake are said
to have died  suddeti.lv  and mvste-
apply to
bluffs of the Rhine seemed nlmo : 1
impossible before the enterpriser,
grapevines gol a siart there. The"?
may be a few Inches of space on tiv.
cliffs where some German has not
made 11 terrace big enough r.n- n lm: ������'.>
of grapes, bul If any such spot ha.
Ieen overl lol.od you failed 10 dlsenvc
It with your binoculars.
There live advantages   Ln owniir-  ;. .
vineyaril on  Ihe Rhine,    Next  to ;'.
financial return*, the chief advantage ,
lies  In  the glamour of romance  : !i; I
ham's over ih" bluffs,    Frowning 1.
ties look down   in you from the mn
In icce   Ible peaks.
"Vi li 1 lives in ihat i.i;: browns 1 "
bouse':" you nsk 11 Oermnn pns.eu.w
.n .' mr    ���' inn "   ������ you round a l>en '.
"'1   ..;       iim en. tic . i' un old 11 li!��
man   \     > kl   inped n   beautiful   111
nm!   I;  : .   '. ��� ��� ior,"   J ou   ar.
formed.    "Whcii tiie knights of lhi   1
dn. ��� trie l 1 . r. ".,e bor, il Id n
mail would slill] ly drop n big -1 iu
two upi 11 (liciti 111 ihey attempte l 1
climb the cliff    1 Ine day w bile rolllii"
11 stone dow 11 upon a l.nlgl.1 the n ilia
mnn fell 1 IT nud was killed."
"And now,' you observe, "I sup; .
the place is for rent 110 you 1 rn ������
bow much tie administrator wants foi
It?"���Chicago Post,
Authorities ou forestry say that
Bovouty-flve years are required for the
oak to reach maturity; for the ash.
larch and elm, aboul the same length
of time; for the spruce and iir, about
eighty years. Alter lhis lime their
growth remains stationary for some
years, and Ihen decay begins, There
are, however, seme exceptions to this,
for oaks are still living which are
known lo be 1,000 years old.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lauds with-1
in the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homestcaded by any person wbo is tbe sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age, to
tbe extent of one-quarter section of
L60 acres, inure or less.
Entry must he made personally at
tbe local land ofiice for the district ln
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
Iform the conditions connected there-
C.  P.  R. AGENT, with under one of the following plans.
^^���i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M ft) At  least six  month.-.'  residence
riously.    After   the   soldiers   were   ^- .      -  .      __ upon  and  cultivation  of the land  in
dead ilie snake iifmin mnilo iis          \^f #   I^��   _D_T"cl!3d*  ,:'1'1 -v(':ir ^or three years,
pearance,  and.  rushing round  and                                               *"^ (_) If the father (or mother, if the
round the houses nnd jumping ovi : father is deceased) of the homesteader
theni. prevented any one from slei p-                  B. C Land resides upon a farm in the vicinity
ing that night.   What eventually be-                c ._-t._?w>_-                  '��" tlie land entered f,,r ,he ri''iuire-
eaine ���f  the  strange reptile  is not Surveyor jments as t0 residence may be satisfied
related���Korean Times. .���      _,   ���   N     w   ,   .   ,     nr    by wch perion residing witb the fa-
Ellard Block.   N.w Westmlnstr.r. B.C     ther   or  mother.
(j) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon (arming land owned
by him in tlie vicinity of his honie-
.t.ead, the requirements as to residence
may  be   satisfied  by  residence  upon
h   in    abs    ite security  to depositor..   START NOW to save your money        *5 *      .    .       ,.
^^^^^^^^ ^^���    ^���^ Six months notice in writing should
The Royal Bank of Canada
1. i   . I '   I .  .   _______________________��   ________________________��   it.
rii thing to show for It.
ONE Hul.!.Alt . pens an account, Put ll In your pocket, ll would prob
ally he nothing, but ONE DOLLAR(deposited every week witb us will In
iin years amounl to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
i harder things every day and have    be given to the Commissioner of Do-
minion   Lands at (ittawa of intention
to apply [or patent,
Deputy Minister of the  Interior.
N,  ii.���Unauthorized  publication of
this  advertisement  will  not  be  paid
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
"But," protested the lirst dear pirl.
"I haven't got the face tp ask a favor
of hlm."
"Well," rejoined dear girl No. 2, "yon
might visit a complexion specialist and
have your face remodeled."���Chicago
To smile ;>t the jest, which plants n
thorn iu another's breast is to become]    {
n princlpnl in tho miscblef.���She.'-SftSia,   I   _>������������-������< ��� ��� ��� "
Are keing opened up.     Tney are Beauties.
OUR  XMAS    STOCK,  Now Opening.
Will te Larger and Better than ever.
Booksellers Stationers Newsdealers
i Dinner
25 cents
==A BOX=
VANCOUVER,      - .      B. C.
Sole Agent in New Westminster, W. E.
R. C. Purdy, TheC
Is row manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramel
I curry a full line of G. B. and Lowney's ('hocolat*| 1IDAY, NOV- 23. 1906.
CAY "NO" to a dealer who offers
^ you a Shoe "Just as Good" as the
"Dr. Special."
There are no shoes "Just as Good"
or "Nearly as Good" at their price,
and they compare more than favorably
with most shoes costing a good deal
Every pair we sell
bears our Trade Mark on
the sole���a guarantee to
you that they are all we
claim them to be. You
may be sure that W. E.
SINCLAIR did not become one of the largest
retailers of shoes in this
city by putting his trade
mark on shoes of doubtful quality.
Buy "Dr. Special" Shoes for the
honest value in them and the guarantee behind them. Sold only in this
citv bv
The Reliable Shoe Store
Columbia St.,    -     New Westminster
FRIDAY, Noy. 23rd
The Favorite English Comedian,
I       HARRY
Direction   J.  J.   COLEMAN,
A continuous laugh, a spasm of laugh-
lContinued From Page One)
would be iron!)!.-' resulting if I did not
porter by Special Officer Campbell,
in whieh he said that he did not see*
gambling because he wa.s instructel
not to see ii. "This statement has not
heen contradicted?'' quoted the mayor.
Dr. Taylor explained that the memorial had been drawn up before any
,. .ho,  i   denial bad been made.    He was aware
clear tins matter up, I will say that I
that  it had   been  contradicted   later.
did not make the special statemenl
complained of by Aid. Howay. Bnt
after the strong arraignment I made,
a reporter who had not heard the'
whole of the .sermon would tie justified in making that report. I did not
say that, there had been collusion between the civic authorities and th)
people who transgressed the laws. I
did not say that vice was sanctioned
by iho police."
C     mi. sinner Annnndale then made
a   few   remarks,   saying  that   he   was
-PUN,  charming,
wholesome PUN.
Prices,  $1.00,  75c  and  50c;  gallery,
Sale  begins on Tues lay  at   Ryall's
Drug Btore.
Purchase Notice
Notice Is hereby given thai 60 day,?
al ei date l intend applying to the
Chief Commissioner of I..nels and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated at
th" mouth of the Kildala river. Coadl
district: Commencing at a post marked \v. M.'s X. E Corner planted on
the south bank of tlie Kildala river
at the mouth, running as follows: 10
chains south, 4u chains wes-. 40.
chains north to the shore lino, thence
[ following shore line to place of commencement, containing Hi acres more
or less.
Aug. 27, 1906.
Locator, W   MOODY.
Oet. 24,   1906.
Westminster Iron Works
Ornamental   Iron   worK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in-
j vited.
BEGBIE !.._._,___'.
New Westminster. t*. O.
owdcd for Room
That's why we are offering
10-piece Toilet Sets .thi
those beautiful
week at
$2.50 PER SET
When   you   can   get   fitted   with
Absolutely Damp-proof Boots at
Ev.ry one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because , J
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
336 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping. Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
!  Forty-Five   Typewriters
!   Students Always in-  Demand.
Merchants' Lunch
R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
glad Mr. Barraclough had cleared the
mai ter up. He had taken those remarks as a reflection upon himself.
Revelling lo the memorial, Mr. Barraclough said thai they were prepared
to answer any questions There was
a difference of opinion as to where 111''
responsibility rested, If the commissioners had looked carefullj into the
question and noi found anything, then
lie was very much surprised, "If you
have Investigated, and found oui w-hai
we Know-���well, ii seems very unfo -
tunate to the Ministerial association."
��� Mr, Henderson then dealt at Bome
length with gambling on the fair
grounds, stating thai mothers had
complained that their boy3 and girls
were spending their mon." on wheels
ol' fori une and similai games of
chance. He also referred I > the pool
selling on the .lays of the horse races.
He .iiii not know whether this privilege was auctioned or given awa. to
one individual. He did not see why
that excellent sport, horse racing,
should be degraded and debauched by
pool selling. Dealing next with the
liquor rpfesiion. Mr. Henderson staled
I that he had been informed by frien Is
1 who had recently come here from the
east that in the hotel at which they
stopped, the bar never seemed to be
closed. Liquor was being sold all the
the police commi isione.s.    He recognized that hote.j had :i great deal of
freedom, but   ti i  by-laws should cer-.
tainly be enforced.
Dealing with the houses on Mc-
Neeley street, Mr, Henderson said that,
ii had been a revelation to him that
liquor was being retailed there���to
minors and everyone else. If he had
his own way, he would move the
whole pestilential district out of the
city limits, as he had outlined iu a
sermon some time ago.
Dr. Taylor next took the floor, and
expressed    llis   strong   disapproval   of
At present it seemed to be a case of
the officer's word against the reporter's.
Chief Mcintosh stated that he was
prepared to swear that he had given
no such orders, and read an extract
from the order book instructing policemen to call at all places where gambling was supposed to go on. The
special officer was willing to go on
oath that he had made no such (statement.
The opening of bar rooms during
prohibited hours was next dealt with
by the mayor. It was a very difficult
matter to secure a conviction under
the old by-law, but with the amended
by-law, it was hoped convictions would
be easier to secure. Copies of the new
by-law would be printed and distrlb-
uied among the hotel men very shortly. The delegation admitted thai the
authorities were up against, a hard
problem. Mayor Keary then ask .'.1
, for suggestions from the ministers, but
none of a very satisfactory nature
were forthcoming.
Dr. Taylor mentioned that in iiis
opinion, as long as the restricted district was in McXeeley street, there
was not much use in closing ihe hotels, as the men turned out of the
saloons would simply go down to the
red line distrlcl and get more drink
there. "1 know how it, is���I was not
always a minister," concluded the reverend gentleman.
Mayoi' Kearj s.iid that council after
I council  had  discussed the same question   for years  pasl,  but had  failed to
! arrive at  any  satisfactory solution of
the  trouble.    The moving away of a
1 restricted  district  was  no small task,
and there was always danger that the
women would be scattered about the
! city, a condition which must be avoid
ed at all costs.   He then cited the con-
He thought, it was about time i ,,.. ... ,, .       ���.     .
,   .        , .       ,  ditions which prevail in Winnipeg to
wns brough!  tefore the notice of   , ..        V ,
day  as  the result  of  an attempt   lo
suppress the evil two years ago.
Aid. Howay pointed out that the
crux of the whole question was contained in the second "whereas" of the
memorial. If the liquor traffic could
be suppressed from the restricted district, the heart of that pestilential section of the city would be cu" out.
Dr. Taylor remarked thai ths '.rouble was that the district was outlawed, aud to make laws governing it
would lie to recognize the vice. It,
meant an uphill tight against this vice.
Mr. Barraclough touched upon the
gambling evils, saying that he did not
the  way in  which a  person  accused  only mean gambling among the whit.
of an offence could forfeit his bail, and ,
nothing more   was  heard of it.    He;
thought   that   known offenders should,
always be compelled to appear in the,
police   court,   whether they  forfeited
iheir bail or not.   The man's appearance  could   always  be   secured   by   a
bench warrant from the magistrate.
Then   Aid.    Howay   and   Dr.   Taylor
men, but also among the Chinese. A
number of them had been arrested
and allowed out on bail of from $15
to J:!0, and then they would forfeit
their bail and not appear in court. He
thought that it was most unfortunate
that any revenue should be derive I
from these people. Respectable ci.i-
zens���and  by lhis   he did   uot mean
Full Course
12 to 2
including Coffee with
p.m.; 6 to s p.m.
G ���  I Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Sl. rt Orders Quickly Served.
,: imbia SI
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
lag business of R. H. Benson, 1 will
a pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new oues. Horseshoeing a specialty.
Eighth   Street.
I1   i ll
If Die
 $4 up
Boot for Youths $2.00
Bo it for Men, from,
t for Boys, ul ..
had a lively iiii aboui the legal pro-1 merely church-going peo;.le���would ra-
ceedlngs in such a case, the police ther pay heavier taxes nan eel that
commissioner asking the minister to they were let off easier on account of
show any section In the code which i the revenue derived from vice. Mr.
could compel the issuing of a bench | Barraclough concluded by saying:
warrant. Dr. Taylor replied that bs ''Vice should be punished as vice. If
could not quote an authority on the more money is required for the cl ...
spur of the moment, but while he had lei It come through the regular chan-
been practicing law In Winnipeg, he nels, and nol be derived fi im the pro
hnd never failed to make the persons ceeds of vice in any way."
who deposited ball appear in court. Before  the deputation  retired,  Dr.
Chief Mcintosh pointed oul ihat the Taylor made a few more remarks, m-
memorlal dealt more particularly with tiniatlng that if the police commla-
ihe women of the restricted district, "doners fell thai they had any dlffl-
There were some thirty womeu here, culty in making out u case, the Miu-
mosi of whom had appeared In court isterial association would be onlv too
Cor. P th
:','��� very suitable for fine and medium wear
fa indi truci     .,
wear na specially recommend the Glenia
: :' I ng wearing,    Waterproof qualities
'���   ' anil    a .     YnnMin' SO nn      Rnvu' _2.
the boys' an
irn brand
for men
Youths' $2.00.
* Old Country BOOT-STORE
OLUMBIA ST. J. Stewart. Prop.
Fo : of 4th Av
New Westminster, B. c.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow Building*
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster, B.C.
druthers Manufacturing Corny.
I Manufacturers of
K Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
he Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
Notice Is hereby given thai the part-
i |p [, iretofore sul slating between
us, the ii.. lersigne I, as plumbers, tin-
mlths and general hardware mer-
Imrn,. in the citj of Xew Westminster, B.C., nnie" the firm name of
Hardman & Bryson, lias this day been
dissolved by mutual cans,mi-, James S
Bryson bavins taken over the si.d
Par.-.ms having any claim against
the sai l firm are hereby required to
i resenl the same with full particulars
to the said J. S. Bryson, who has assume I all liabilities, and Intends to
carry on the said business under the
linn nam,' of Bryson & Sons.
Xew wesi minster, B.C., l.ih November, 1908.   .
.:  .1. P. Hampton Bole, ��_oil-
during the you-. There had been 11 >
forfeiture of ball in an.  1 a se,
Dr, Taylor, continuing, said that ho
considered the closing of the hotels
ai the proper time a small matter compared with the problem thai confronted the authorities In M iNeeley street.
Mayor Kearj read fr ��m the memorial tlie paragraph 1 el iting to the
statemenl  made : > .1 Daily News re
pleased to come to their assistance.
Thanks to the police ci mml islon irs
for having listened to the ministers'
side of the case, and thanks to thi
deputation for having called upon ihe
commissioners, concluded a meeting
which win undoubtedly be productive
of much good in the cleaning up of
the city's pestilential spots before
many   months have  rolled  awav.
5,5.00 EACH.
For Sale
Why take chances of
getting unsatisfactory
Suits and Overcoats
when you can buy
. For Sale or Trade
J.R.MORRiSON, Dewdney
Look   for
that protects.
H.   L.
the   label
de BECK 8
A j|i
Public Supply Stores
New Dinner Ware,   |New Toilet Sets.       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
New   General   Secretary,   Rev.  W.   M.
Rochester,   Addresses   Annual   Meeting.
Telephone    1 SO.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
The local branch of the Lord's Day
alliance held its anniversary meeting.
and election of officers in the Olivet
Baptist church last evening. The
chair was occupied by the president
of the local branch, Kev. K. Lennie,
B.D., wbo, in his opening remarks, explained that in order to make the date
of the local annual gathering to coincide with the close of tlie alliance
year throughout the Dominion, the
meeting had been called. In future
the year for the local branch would
close upon Oct. 31.
a. B. Haliday, secretary-treasurer,
reported that the executive committee
had, in the course of the year, held
four meetings. Tbe receipts for the
year bad been $S8.45, including balance from previous year. The expenditure had amounted 10 $96.80, leaving
a debt of $18.35 to meet. The secretary suggested thai the reading of the
alliance's official organ would promote
the interesl of the public which was
so much desired.
Kev. .1. S. Henderson, in moving th ���
. adoption of the report, emphasized lhe
inconvenience    caused     by     lack     of
funds, and the want of active interest
displayed by ciiy residents.
In seconding the report, Rev. W. 11.
Barraclough suggested that arrangements be made to se; apart one Sunday in each year so that the pastors
could pui the Sabbath question before
their churches, and an appeal could
be made for fuuds at the same time.
The officers for the vear were elect-
ed as follows:  Rev. Robert Lennie, reelected  president;   Rev.   T.   Wardlaw
James    feeney,   who    has   been   in   Taylor, first vice-president; all pastors
a rrent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
dishes can be
made from what might be waited
if it were not (or the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread,
crackers, etc. It does not mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine,coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
& lusbyJ
e prert
Special Xmas Offer !
$20.00 Suits for    $18.00
$22.00  Suits  for   $20../.
$25.00  Suits for    $22.00
$8.00 Rants for  $5.00
All Suits Made to Order.
Merchant Tailors.
P. 0. Box 644
139 Columbia St.       New Westminster
E heard a lady say the other day that Ue have th
est and largest line of Ribbons in town.     /)
her until you investigate personally.
The following are good for Fancy Work and oth
purposes: ar"
selection for Xmas fancy work.   Prices, 2 yds. for 5. ?
10c, 50c doz., 5c per yd.    A Special Roll 10 yds. for ist'
FANCY BABY RIBBONS in Dresden pattei - and holl
signs-50c doz., 5c per yd., 8c and 10c per yd.
PLAID RIBBONS, all widths from 1-2 in. to 8 in. A
range of prices in these beautiful Ribbon novelties
15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 50c to $1 per yd.
DRESDEN RIBBONS. In all the large fashion centerstl
Dresden Ribbons are used almost exclusively for anv
pose for which wide ribbons are used. We show a 1
range of these new Ribbons, all widths. Prices 10c
25c, 35c, 50c to $1 per yd.
A LEADER IN RIBBONS With lis is Our Extra Value al 25c per 1
All   widths   from   -1   inches   to  6   inch'.-,   ii >pular
colors,   at   this   popular   pra ���
Matter intended for this column should be addressed, Social Editor, Daily News, I*, o.
H.x ic.. New Westminster."
Vancouver  for   some   time,  receiving
treatment   for  eye trouble,   has  very-
act ing  In   the   Lord's  day   movement
were appointed vice-presidents in addi-
New Westminster,
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
Sign Man on Wheel.
Guichon���William  Gill, Victoria;  J.
E. Miller, G. A. Allen, Vancouver;  S.
Columbia St. New Westminster.   M.  O'Neil,    Victoria;    A.    R.    Hands'
Phone 275 ! combe'  Vancouver.
 '     Windsor���R. Ii. Wilkes, New York;
much improved in health. He left: u��n- A. B. Haliday was urged to eon-
yesterday for Seattle, where he will: sent to re-election as secretary-treas-
vis.it relatives. His friends in this. ! urer, and finally yielded to the wish
City   will   be  glad   to hear   of  his re-   of Th<* meeting.
covery. '!  wa-s decided to request the -Min
isterial association to arrange a Sun-
Rev. Mr. Robertson, who is to !ea\e day in accordance with Mr. Barra-
for China as a missionary in the near dough's suggestion, and each minis-
future, will be the preacher in the ter was requested to select a layman
West End Methodist church on Sun- to act upon the executive committee,
day morning. The chairman then called upon Rev.
Mr. Rochester, the recently appointed
W. Sutherland, who has been a resi- secretary for the western provinces, to
dem of this city for the past seven or address the audience. Mr. Rochester
eight years, left yesterday for his old prefaced his address by expressing his
home near -North Bend, Ont. Mr. Su- j pleasure in meeting for the first time
therland has not been in good health the people of the city. His address,
for a considerable length of time, and | enlivened by apt and telling anec-
he believes that the change of cii- dotes, was listened to with close at-
mate will do him good. He expects tenUon. The speaker said that the
to return to N'ew Westminster in the time bad arrived when all people
sprinS- | should take the Sabbath question seri
ously, because so much rested upon
it. To drop Sabbath-keeping was lo
drop many other excellent Institutions,
The following points were emphasized
by the speaker:
If the Sabbath was to be destroyed,
ihe destruction of the sanctity oi the
home could be expected.
He who worked on the Sabbath
knew bul partially the benefits of
The   time  to   safeguard  the   nation
was now.
The Sabbath was easy to lose
came from its positive aud not from
its negative aspects.
He who would know the blessing of
the Sabbath must lind out how much
could be done on that day.
There was a good attendance hi the
meeting, the church being comfortably filled. The city pastors were "II
pn hand, and promised to lend their
fullest aid to the furtheranci of the
aims of the alliance.
Louis    Lagace,    While    Emnlcytd    in
Lavery's Bakeshop, Has Painful   Mishap.
Yip Sing, a well known resident of I
Chinatown,   left   yesterday  for  Montreal via the C.P.R,    Yip has a brother
in    Montreal   who   is    making "hiyu ,
money  in heap big laundly." and  Yip
has a chance to ring in on ihe deal.
Wood to Burn
���!.   !!.  McKaney
Kenzie,  Nicola;   .1.  Payne
K. Morrison, Dewdney,
Inlet;   R.  Mc-j hard ,0 ''(-gain.
Haney;  .1 .     ''"'"'   Sabbath   was
; blessing for mankind,
designed  as  .<
and its beni fits
;���; WV.V.W. VS��SSS#.V.'��S*iVS*r#SWS*SM'.WS���f^^^^^
Just Opened
217-219 Columbia Street.
A Satisfied Settler
Glen  Valley, B.C.,
Xov. 13. 1906.
Deai Sirs,��� Mr. A. called to-day and
received from me one of the copies of
land agreements, signed and witnessed   as requested, and  expressed  lihn-
self  well  satisfied   With   same.     I  also
beg  to acknowledge  receipt  of your
cheque, which in ihe meantime closes
all business between us,   1 am obliged
to you for  iln   satisfactory   way   in j
which   the  business  has  been  carried'
through, and hope to be able to recommend   oilier  land   seekers to visit
you during the coming summer.
Yours faithfully,
(Signed}      ERNEST ,1. WARNE. i
The above letter is a sample of the I
ninny (nol solicitedi we receive from
cur clients.    They   speak   for   them-
.���-: Aboul the Coming Elections :-: 1
������ IS ASSURED ������
A young man named Louis Lagace.
who is employed in Lavery's bakery,
is in great danger of losing his (sight
as a result of an accident which occurred in Mr. Lavery's bakeshop
about seven o'clock yesterday morning. Tbe young man wbo is au apprentice at the baking buisnesi., was
walking from the oven to the table,
carrying a pan of boiling lard In bis
hands. He turned quickly, and in
doing so, lbe pan caught against the
corner of lhe table and the boiling
lard was thrown up Into his eyes. The
pain was t xcruciating and the young
man dropped to the Boor in agon...
Willing bands assisted him as rapidly
as possible to Dr. Hall's office, near
the bakeshop, wli'ere temporary restoratives were administered. A hack
was called for aud the young man was
hustled out to the Royal Columbian
According to a report received lasi
night, the young man was resting
nie ly, Everything possible Is being
done and the doctors hope to save
bim fi om complete blindm ss, bul the
case i - a very critical one and I ben
Is a danger oi the sighl being Berious
and   pei manently    Impain d     I ine
e. en   eived a much won e d I 'I ii"
' oiling a:' a i   'a m the other,
The young man .- am,- recently from
frull    ' V.1!":.'    h !  a    rills    IV-
Oll>   ��� hi      Istei a  nun. and
'    '   line te i with St,   '.nne'   con.   ul
���"*'���" :   ���    thi ii    "in time visiting in
Vi U
Are YOU  Donating to a Landlord ?
6-roomed Cottage and  Lot 99x d��i aaa
132, near^Bridge  $J.,UUU
7-roomed House,  Queen's Ave.,    i /.aa
EastlEnd     l,OUU
8-roomed House, 4th Ave., near    o iaa
6th St., new and modern     ��jlUU
7-roomed   House  on   Canarvon    i oaa
Street     l,oUU
���H.n  Inlnnilo ,   Cl     _ nil   Win., mlnelnn        W '
200 Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone 85
Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served. We
need the cash and you want the ^oods. This is a chance
of a lifetime.
716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Sti
..For Only $25 Per Acre]
50 acres of Meadow and 30 acres of Fine, High Land,
some good Cedar and Spruce. Beautiful situation, and
veniently distant from Westminster Junction and Pitt Rira|
Exclusively For Sale by
Malins, Coulthard & G
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agent��,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster E|
[ FURNISHED ROOMS, Suitable for Light Housekeeping]
Electric Railway Servicel
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars   for Vancouver and    way
stations will run every hair-
hour from 1. :50 a. in. to 11 p
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Contra! Park to
Vancouver only.
City   Limits Line    Sei ��� li /���  from
i'. 15 a.in. lo  11   p ui.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between 12 and _ ami 6 and 7.
30 Minute Service 'lu*;? "fl
innlmler ot day. lr.D^r��l
Leopold 1'iai'-.
Sunday   Service  half-hourly ��|
twei n  v a.m. anil >' P-1
Sapperton Line.
1a   Minute  Service fr
,���,i ;      I
in   io  il   p.m.,
I_   and   J.  aa I .
which h" i' I
half-hourly, .
Sunday Service I    "          ���
tween S.30
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.
v,  ���.
Drowned in Ontario.
I' i '������>'". Nov. 22. Tin- Bfeam barge
Resolute, owned liy Haney ._ Miller,
contractors, foundered off the western
gap this morning, ami in an effort to
reach iln- shore in small boats, ^d^��� of
iln crew were losi. They arc: John
Harrison, chief engineer, Deseronto; I
Tho.--.. Topping, sj'comi engineer, Dos
pronto; David White, deck hand, Prescotl; Harry Gregory, fireman, Bath,
England, ami .lohn Burns, fireman,
Port Colborne; Nelson Whitman,)
Sweede. Tin- Resolute, with her consort, l hi' Locke, wits coal laden, and
had been lying off the gap since yes-
terday afternoon, waiting i'or ihe wea,
ther io moderate so as to ?.<-! into Hi ���
Wreck on Lake Superior.
Detroit, Nov. 22,���A Detroil Now;
special from Marquette says the
steamer Panama has been found
wrecked on Mineral Reef Point, Lake
Superior, and thai lhe crow have
probably perished, i
Horse Clipping Machine
T\7E have a line of light and compactly bui"
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Our 20th century is cheap and good. ^
clippers work easier, clip faster and take
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longe
than any other on the market. We haveitfl
great labor saver.    Call and  see themj
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