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VOLUME K
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DEC 6.1906
[NADA STANDS OUT
FOR HER RIGHTS
Rations Between London and Washington About Beh
ring Sea Seals and Other Matters Must
Respect Canadian Rights.
=U       -���;!._���_'*INVI VM. li. c. WKDNKSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 5, 1906
Tit^^Vrm^rYtfK WEEK
KNOW r//��//? L/M.TS.
i' ��� .-idem   Roose-
.,.���,,-    i,   bis  message   to
i Llations between
1,. , Stat,    , ��� i Great  Britain,
���    a''a-     1"    III"
. . | made   to  ade-
herds. The
conducted
, ., ���-a ��� . with tbe co-
. . can ambassador
pai ��� of a genii imbei of out-
bli ii Canadian
,.   im,iive.1.    Thc    receni
i ids   has  I.een  to-
I, . ,_ , ��� linquish such
|j...,. , .- in thi  BebiIng
|. , '   a li i late
La aces dons in other
I nUi.-.. .:������-' xchanges.
however,  have nol   made an.  notable
advance, as Canada rega       ���.    righti
In the  Behrlng si a In the lighl of .,
uatlonal a set, and  while disposed to
make   a   reasonable   adjustment
loes not appear to be read
her Interesl    on thi   basis <    ��� ,:,,.
sions   thus fai   lentai .��� .       roposi
The di gotiatlon , then
ite developmeni h thi   govi
ment  offlci i     here hopi     bat thi   a,.
[���ointment ol a new am ... -a a    to the
United  States ma.   lead to a ch      -..
up of  this  and   otln
iii.:./
Liberals  Meet.
There  . .11 be a Lil i ral meeting for
rganlzation,   al   thi    ���   il    rooms, tonight
London, Dec. 4.-The House of Lords to-night
passed the second reading of the Trades Disputes
Bill Lord Lansdowne, in explaining the Opposition s position with respect to the bill, said that it
raised the question as to what extent the House of
Lords was justified in barring the way of measures
recommended by the House of Commons, which, in
the opinion of the House of Lords, were detrimental
to public interests. He said he believed the duty of
the House of Lords was to arrest the progress of a
measure when it believed it had not been sufficiently
considered, or was not in accordance with the wishes
of the people. The Government had a mandate
from the people for the present measure, however;
so that the only course open to the House of Lords
was to pass the bill, although the House regarded it
as conferring excessive privileges on trade unions,
which were dangerous to the community, and likely
to embitter industrial life.
TROPICAL STORM
RAGES IN PANAMA
Rapidly Rising River Interrupts Railway Traffic���Inhabitants of Isolated Villages Will Feel the Pangs of
Hunger���Canal Work Suspended.
Colon. Dec. 4.���Up to last ni>;ht, ten
Inches ol water had fallen In Colon
during iwent;,-lour hours. The Chag-
res rivei has reached the highest
point ever known, and is still rising
in.-'. Communication and traffic by
way of the Panama railway are Interrupted. The Inhabitants of the villages north of Chabasobiso will necessarily suffer greatly trom the Hood, as
ii would In- Impossible to gel relief 1 i
them until tne Ctiagres subsides.
There i- no rain this morning. The
li i tc ti winds of Sunday night lore the
rool' off the markel; lightning struck
the middle pole of the wireless telegraph station, and in falling the pole
damaged the power house.
There has heen no telegraphic communication wiib Panama since yester
day. The washouts on the railroads
are mosi severe between Maine! and
Gorgona. The Chagres has risen 28
feet The bridge al Matachj has been
carried away, and the town is five feet
under water. Some of tie machine
shops of the canal construction are
flooded to a depth of two feet The
work on the canal has been suspended
' a ,,' i o'lnt of the inundation.
Faith in Nipissing.
Toronto. Dec. 4.���According to Mr.
David Fasken, director of the .Nipissing
Mining Co., Canadians have rallied to
the extent of $600,000 in suppor. of
Nipissing. Mr. Pasken is advising
sl ick holders to ignore any panic and
a    hold   iheir  stock   for   its   intrinsic
WOI III.
IE BIO MILL
HOLDS GREAT HOPES        FISHES FIFTY YEARS        SIXTY TACKS REMAIN
AT LALIiAKY, ALTA.      FOH BARKEN LABRADOR
IN FRASER RIVER
' ^ 5* '���
IN CITY HALL MAP
CALIFORNIA HAS MANY PEOPLE WANT
NO USE FOR JAPANESE NEW BRIDGE BUILT
|jn-Ker (tc. Establish a  Erar.ch   Explorer Who  Heedeo the Call  of the ' "Dutcn  Bill" Ta ks  ot  Applying fcr  a   Each Extraction Leaves a Hole in the
��� fe Other  Side  of the Wild    Relates   His   Ex-   .- Free   License  for  the   Rest Chart,   but   Swells   the
Rockies. penences.      ,, , of   His   Life. Treasury.
Ac
I..,- f   Saturday
wing;
sir cereal i        of the Brack-
Mlllin. an   completi I,
l'l. ���:���:. ������ i   ations     lo daj
�����   i : isi , omplete and up-to-
ICat  have been erect
plpp. ol   $1""'	
��� wil   manufacture  -Cl
l reakfast   food-.
1 bi- kaown as the Ii. & K.
|tl I "i-     :. ������ is anotbi i  im-
ition ' i i '.algarj 's gri wing
I.-sai industries,
l'i Uncuenchable Thirst.
partners  in   _.
P- bas cultivated  an
f'"' ��� " spends mosl
amber fluids -n
Boniface yest�� ���
f hun the i n ir
nl a lopti d was
: ��� lid nol hav,   the
''    '   ���        ���     lilrsty  one ���,
ii ol his own hot.
j" ���    ail    Wl -    clue
I ihi   partners
r  " thi ;'.    physic il
J"1'   Finding  ���  ...  .,.,,.,. force
I ��� ii' .-:  was ma le
1 ���    ever-thirsty
I '   !   Up  for a f��W
; -siiij  to Bobei
'��� declined   I i  inti i
Well Earned.
I'   .
I Ul   !
hi    m ai.
ii Vane   ivi ;   bj
, ��� n selecte 1
II'     a   '      dl-M   il
ti. which
rhe ��� hli ���
���''
lay,   and
in   shi ,., rr:
mir        Chief
���    , ' iii- li,"
ihls    yeai
l-i Ull ���:.' I In, ;i
' venlng.
3
���  was un
ime   in the
1   morning, after
in
i
I
I
one   of   bis
��� ml of the city
in unsanitary
��� he tenants of
|l���,' i  msavory de-
|      , living were
" ���' ll'tlce.    Sever,,]
\ '"1 appear in the
���  - their prem-
i>'} condition.
J'89** a"<i   Bigger.
lee   j     ,  ,
I inland   reven ie
i li  the VVlnnl-
i        . i.,.
II " '��� im increase of
'i last year,
���n,i for Trial.
I" '   nclpal   George
I "   I, v..i , Cl 'ii
���  case mi a
Toronto, Dec. 4. -At. a Canadian club
luncheon yesterdaj ii len Wallace,
the celebrate 1 earplon related in an
interesting way somi experiences
among tiie wilds ol Labrador. He di -
(aaied thai the value oi i \. oration
work done there could bardlj be appreciated. Tin time might come when
that barren, lonelj land would l��- to
Canada whal Alaska Is to the i'nited
States to-day. He I > lievi i thai the
land would be found rich in minerals
Meeting  of Presbytery.
The presbyter\ ol Westminster met
��� .terday In Vancouvei   roi the trans-
iction  of  business   ai     elected  Kev
.1   S.  Henderson, city, to the
ll ion nt   mo,i,-a' ,    of  the  presby-
������ ���    foi the ensuing
The presbyter. eceived a visit
from Rev W. S C h ett, n ho Is passing through the i nlti i States and
y inada on a lectm lng toui He con-
v< ye 1 in the presb.\ i grei tings frofti
��� ii i stablished i Ihni ch of Scotland to
Ihe Presbyterian i h ireb (f Canada.
and gave an Interesting talk along I ���
Ilni   i ��� i In- Vi ii kin church in
S   ,,-'.,Ild.
a communlcatl a ', un '.he Presby.
������ an church at Vgassiz extending a
call '.' the pastorale of theii church
'., Ri v  .1   il. Madlll, was rei eivi I and
proved.    Mr.  Madill. wbo is al  the
���   ent   time   in   Vancouver,   has  de-
Ided   -'   iccepl   thi   call, and w-v  be
ii 'iinlly Inducted on Dec 1 v At the
a I ii Hon sei i a ,, Ri . Mr 11, ndei son
.���ill pri li aud Induct, and Ri . Mr.
0 ��� : of Langley, will be the
I'l-en ' ��� Re.. Mr Robert! a, of
,.     he , barge to the
in   ti   . ,"i i R  ���   M    Dunn, of Wh in
will give the charge to thi
���
Vagrant    Co'AS.
.    , ,    lie offici oundl
i..     '.acalil.   sea;,    of   'li''      :  ��� '    ���
, ,  ,���    ,.:    ,,, i    ,    el es s a   ml
mannei In which the   a I   ������   I   i   ���   ���
��� i  run   nl   ana;.'.    In ci      In
lhe ciiy. cows are raiding the    ai
!��� ns,   nipping   "ii' lhe   green   -
fi-oui   ��� he   raspl ei i      anes  and doin ;
other damage.     \   n sldenl   of Fifth
street has stated thai unless a certain
black   i ow   which  has taken  a   greal
fancy  to  his  garden dei ides  to bi i
another   camping   ground    in   a   bli.
hurry,  he   will   do   the    poundkeepn.
trick himself.
Prominent   Man   Dead.
Montreal, Dec I.   Di atl. came suddenly last  nlghl io George Ross Rob-
i rison.  insurance  broki r, at his residence, Drummond Btreet.   He had retired for the night, and was --rick' n
with heart   failure.    Yesterdaj   be   ���
tended al his office as usual.   He had
nol   Buffered   from   anj
was 42 years old, and wa ;' "' ' :
the Forest and .stream club and a
memhi r of the St, James m I Mounl
Ri ,ai < lu! 9 lie leavi s a wi e and
I a i   on -
William Il'ti... Vianen, better
known along the coast as ������Dutch I
Bill," - ted i a representative of the
1 laii ��� Ni ������ ..' .-������_ rday ihat it would ,
I (��� fifty j-ears ni ".' sj i iuu since he |
li:-- easl a gill nei In the Fraser river.
Hi asiders that as he has paid for
a Bshi rani n'f license for the greater
numbe] of the intervening years, the
'��������� nment ought to recognize his
ball .. tentury of fishing and give
i.i::. i. free license for the rest of his
days Bill has been pondering over
; ��� foi a considerable length
��� mi an ; bas ahout. decided that
make a formal request to the
.    ���  :. a nl  aloi _ that line.
s a man with a history, ami
has ' 31 and ma l< bi vera! fortunes
aloi i'::,-���     Ivi .     He emigrated
ft i co Hi Hand v, hi n a boy in his teens,
an i woi ke 1 liis   .a;,   through to Ore
ag then    ���-> hen  the   Indian
:���   ���   Ion ol   the  eai Ij   fifties was  at
its height     Hi   watched the volunteer
��� ���   ���    preparing  ir go to the front
in   sear li   ol   In lian   scalps, and   al-
th   :.���      ul .   litl ������ chap, got a job as
���   , ���      Iver .in I accompanied the ex-
I edition     Hi   -,.,\ the ri d men slaugh-
���.  eil   in  batchi -.  an 1   ; eard  the  bullets >;u_;:i- past  his ears.     -ftei    be
n   elli m was snppres -��� .. he made   ip
1 ��� in.:  hi   wi  ti ! go in the Fra-
rivi   .   where   there   was reported
:,,    ,. large quan'.itii s  i f gold  to be
, :   or the washing.   A ter weary
.   . ���    travi lling      n     (ventually
, ,    | the riv md thai his
. . ,       loi .-as  .   myth, and
, :i rea   ilni  Foi    ' angli       hi n a Hudson's   Hay   foi'.        applied  f
Hi   was  hired  ,.'   lhe Ifl   ni
.::���;,  of ten ilollai - a month, ti n an I   i
inces of . read an i  six otino.
salmon a da . In ad.lit lon to a small
im "i   i um.    He sti
, ���   ,. and then turned his attention
in lng.    i le fi nnd I hal he had :"
make a   pretty  big catch   In order to
nucli ol    hi   nei dful.   All they
. .,'i:.i pay was two short bits for mink
small   furs  and   four  bits
ir hear hides.    Iii the year 1V",7
-. menci tl fishing with a gill net,
and has fished more or less evi r since
In   |] ,,   earlj    battli s    between    the
whites and   Indians,   he   foughl   with
ids white ','iiiradi's.   lie was connect-
,. |  jvith  the  fire brigade,  and al  an-
3tage In the game was In the
g ivernmenl employ on one of the gun-
.,. Later on In   life be  secured
captain's papers and navlgi 1 s	
af the lames! vessels tii enter the
liver up as far as Por! Hope. For a
while he was In the cannery business,
in which he I"-' a considerable amounl of money. He now lives In r
Httie  shanh   near  the  Emerson dry
lock and spends his days in fishing
and having a good time generally.
He hopes to  re the support of
..,������.   0f   ,| Itlzens   in   connection
with his plea I ra free lice!  ai   i
..,.1 to half a ci      .    ' ���' 'nn-
Congressional Delegation from Golden   Demand Will Be Made on New Council
State  is  Dominated  by Color to  Rebuild the  Bridge Between
Line Prejudice. the City and Lulu Island.
Of the 1,400 lots offered for sale by
the city )asl June, only about Cij remain unsold at present, and the probabilities are that these will be snapped
up in the next few days. The. buying
uji of property has been most pronounced lately, and prospective Investors have been dropping into the treasurer's office at the city hall every
few minutes and inducing Mr. McQuarrie to talk rea! estate to them.
The amount which this sale of lots
has brought into the civic treasury ls
j approximately $45,000. It is worthy
if note that the heavy purchasers
have been outside capitalists, men
i from Manitoba, Alberta and Dawsoii
��� ilng the principal investors.
Messrs.   Lev, is   Wilson   and    W.    .1.
Franklin, of   Calgary,  Alta.,   who   iv-
��� i! .,   investi 1    in   Sapperton    prop-
I erty, have decidi I to build residencos
and make their home in that thriving
! suburb  in  future.
Washington, Dec. 4. ��� President
Roosevelt's discussion of the San
Francisco school situation, in his message, was received with great dissatisfaction by the California delegation
in the house. They are unanimous in
their declaration that no treaty rights
I lave been violated in excluding Japanese- from public schools attended by
| whiles. The suggestion In the message that naturalization be extended
io the Japanese is also extremely distasteful  io the California delegation.
Medal Contest.
The Y.W.C.T.U. elocutionary  medal
contest which is to take place on Fn-
.:.;���  nighl is arousing considerable interest, and St. Pa-rick's hall will in all
probability   be filled to the doors.   Six
young la liis are training hard, in the
hope  of capturing the coveted silver
medal which is offered to the winner.
Mrs. Spofford, the provincial W.C.T.U.
organizer, is spending the intervening
a  s  in  the  city   for  the purpose of
i training the contestants.    In addition
' hi  el icuti  nary portion of the pro-
gn mme.  there  will   be a   number ot'
solos and a drill i y sam,- of the little
girls.    Mrs.   Spofford   will  also speak
��� c a U ',v moments on the work ol the
W.C.T.U.   in   the    province.     Three
v.   ; be apj ointe l to select the
., Ialil it.
Game is  Scarce.
I The Indian trappers who are plying
their craft in the vicinity of Pi11 Lake,
, report thai game Is not very plentiful
this season. They are making a few
captures,   bul   they  are.   so   far,   not
I making very much money, in spite of
the fact thai fur prices are soo 1.
Hear-, coons and mink are the leading
varieties captured. Quite a number
are at the business, and M. Monk, < f
Fron' street, is already getting a considerable .-tuck of polls on hand. 11'
will soon be making a large shlpmem
to the furriers. Thus far this season
he has received a few ermines, whicn
are very scarce. Small as Ihey are.
the  pelts are  worth  from 60c to 75c
'apiece. Mink fur Is In large demand,
and the pelts are bringing from $1 t'i
$6 each, according lo the size and
quality. A few coon skins are coming
in and find a ready market at from 50c
to $1 each. Hear hides arc a drug on
the market, as the wholesalers s ate
'that there is absolutely no dema id
for black bear garments at the pre.-
i ni  'im*.
One of the topics which will most
likely be brought up at the electors'
meetings to be held at the end of this
week will be the proposal to rebuild
the Lulu island bridge during the coming year. This question has been discussed several times this year, but
owing to the present dangerous condition, il appears to be time that steps
should be taken to provide for Ihe rebuilding of the bridge. The old structure has been patched up and repaired
so many times that it is hard to see
where the original timbers are to be
found, and yet in 'Spite of all this attention, it is in a rocky condition, and
people who are in the habit of using
it daily are agitating for the construction of a substantial structure.
Some months ago, a project to build
a  thoroughly modern all steel  bridge
was discussed, but  the estimated cost
of  such   an   undertaking appears  to
have put a damper on the enthusiasm
of the promoters of the  project, and
not hing has been beard of il for some
time past    The general impression is
I that the new bridge will be construct-
I ed on the same lines as the present
structure, with certain mechanical im-
I pi'ovements.    Residents on the island
are hoping that the work will be started   early  in    Ihe   spring,  and    in   the
meantime ihey cross over the present
ricketty  makeshift   in fear and tn a-
' bling.
WANTS NO NEGROES
TO FIGHT FOR HIM
Dredge   Repairs.
In   old woi ii-, it   : imp  ','��� hich lias
a   dut; : govei nmenl
li ..  for   s ime    ������ ars    was  safely
. tiled out ol thi vessel yes erday an i
��� he new  o ttSI  ��as put  Into Its  po
a ', h houl   mishap.    The work  was
.  ui n hat   difficult,  as  the   old  shell
, ighed seven tons, an 1 the new mr
���-. hich n placed it Is two ions heavier.
rhe mosl difficult portli h at the work
now bi i 'i ai c< mplished, and the
il  ing   Ol   thi     .-aria IS   36c! r"iis   of   I h ���
hinery will -oon be comple ��� I,
GooH   Relations.
Buda Pi st, Dec. 4.���Baron Von Aeh-
renthal, the recently appointed Aus-
tro-Tiiingiirian minister of foreign of
fairs, has made his lirst statement r*-
gai ding thi foreign policy of the dual
monarchj. He declares that relations
of Austro-Hung irj with all foreign
powers io,   d! ihe n osl  frii n llj  cl
tier.
Cci-rressman from Texas Would  L'ke
to  Discharge all   Colored  U.S.
Soldiers.
Sunk by Ice.
Kingston, Ont., Dec. 4.���As the
a , amer Ji ��� Bain was returning to
b r wind : i ii rters in Anglin's hay.
and breaking her way 'through ihree
inches of ice, .- tn _ as cul through thc
I - nil and sank.
Died in Montreal.
Montreal Dec. I, The death oc-
, "ii ii .1 last nlghl of Jos. Hardlsty,
aged ... For nineteen years he was
Canadian mi nagi r of the Lord Strath-
imi estate. He was u former resi-
lenl ot Edmonton and factor of the
'i,. Ison's Bay Co. He was brother of
���.���"ly Strathcona and of the late Sen-
..', r ii irdisl -.
Washington,  Dec.   I.���  Representa-
-'    ,- . Texas,   to-day   intro-
,.   ; M      th  provides thai  "on
"  ,:    ii day of June,  1907,
all enlist' :      n   if the ai my who are
' ir ol Di i descent shall be
llscharg. 1 from the service of the
Qnlti I States, an I thereafter no negro
or person oi negro descent shall be
a, inted to the army of the United
E   tes."
Still They Come.
Ottawa, Dec. 4���The total immigration from the United States for four
months ending October was 17,907,as
compared with 12,66_ for last year; in
i reuse, 11 pei cent,
Larye Off.r.
Toronto, Dec. 4.���John D. Rockefeller has offered McMaster university
$60,000 to be used for the erection of
an additional building containing lecture rooms, dormitories and gymnasium, if certain conditions are complied with.
For Discussion.
A meeting of thi ratepayers of the
Blue Mountain district of the Coquitlam municipality will be held at ~sa)
p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 11, at the residence of !'l::i Shaw, on the Pitt River
road. The meeting lias been cajied
for the purpose of considering municipal matters. Retiring Councillors
Shaw and Brennen are especially invited to be present, as it is likely that
the formation of next year's council
will i e i rought up for discussion.
Our lard Is the extract of pure hotj
fat. It is as pure as it is white. Try-
it.   Roi 'henbai h & Co.
Condemned.
Herkimer, N.Y., Dec. 4.���The jury
in Ilie trial of Chester Gillette, for the
murder of his sweet heart, Grace
Brown, al Big Mouse Lake, on July 11
last, to-night returned a verdict of
,': the Brsl  iegree.
Civic Politics Hot.
Winnipeg, Dec. 4.���J. II. Ashdown,
C. R. Wilkes (uncle of F. C. Wade, of
Vancouver) and Aid . Latimer were
nominated for the mayoralty at noon
to-day. The contest will be a fierce
one, as businessmen are much dissatisfied with the council's mismanage-
n enl ol affairs.
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Tke  falaawa   P��*.
Id aa all lock It ll common practice
to note that while unlocking���that la,
co . ng thr ���:.'.':���������-. ind is tbe
pi  -- . - .-    eing red iced pening
tbe dis harge    .   -      fog a    imulates
be ,,: g th   -. ���- the I     peral .-������-    .:
; --'.;��� are lo .-ered The ��. t ter at
one Ome wa - " ied by tbe ben I- c
the caisson ,! -���   -       ftei ng out
of the old Hudson i ret tonne! He
was pr imptlv taken nto tbe '!. ��pit tl,"
which was nothing bnt a boriaontal
tank a'.-ji' th size of . : immon I i
motive boiler. The pressure unonnt-
Ing at tbat time to som" thirty pounds.
was admitted, and it acted Instantly to
relieve pain and to produce normal conditions. He was told to open the throttle valve and let tbe pressors out so
that be might open the door. Aa be did
this be noticed tbat the temperature
was gradually lowered, and at a certain p ilnt, known as the dew point, he
wa. enveloped in fog. The pain retuni-
ed about this time, so that he shut off
the discharge valve and opened the
coi k. admitting compressed air The
fog Immdiately disappeared, the tem-
perature was slightly increased and tlie
pain stopped. This condition w:_.s repeated Beveral times, so th I here ii a
m'-ans by which irtifl lal :' g may be
produced at wlll. The same physical
laws apply In the production of fog a.,
iti the con lei sat i fat Bture on the
exterior of an Ice pitcher or on a win
dow pane it, winter tim Compressed
Air M igazine.
Sweet   "implieii. .
In ti.- old day- there was a professor
of psyi .. il ,-' at 1 ��� rtm th '���- bo w ls
-,. absti .- that it is d ml Hul if at
times he : . understoo I himself. One
d iy he " - pr if iunder than usual He
lectured for nearly an hour on t ip ���-
. ��� . o' er in tbe back f the book
The class was dazed. It was far above
their heads, and they did  uot under-
Bt' :-���! ������'   ���: th Iges of it    When he
had finished, thc old i ian took out his
watch and ��� id genially: "Now. there
nre ten minutes of the i. >ur remaining
if any student desires to ask me a
question I b ill be glad to asw r It
to the best "f ray ability." ". be
sat it. _ stup ir. 'I t." pr ,:'������-- ir wo te I
for a ti.-ii" and then said: "Is there no
one who has r. question ' > ask. There
are remaining several minutes that
, ould be profitably empi iyed." Finally
onc student put up a relu ttant hand.
"Ah," said iii" professor, "you have a
question. What is It?" "What time Is
It?" Btammered the student -Saturday
Evening post.
Vii.i-  J . .. f I r v.
I suppose thai In Bve years' time
anybody who doesn't w tar spectacles
will be liable to arrest and Imprisonment with or without the option of a
fine. I cannot believe that all people
who wear spectacles suffer from defective vision. I think that the great bulk
of the people who overdress their faces
with pieces of gold mounted glass do
hi> out of vanity. They consider tbat
It Improves their appearance and tends
to make them look more Intellectual.
Vou will notice that no pretty woman
or handsome man ever goes about witb
n gold nose improver It would, indeed, be a. extraordinary thing if our
oculists were to tell us that beautiful
people never had defective eyesight-
Pall Mall Gazette,
To the Electors of the City of
New Westminster:
Ladle, md Gentlemen ��� Having   ieen
ted       -- . irge n im ei   il - - ' irs
islti  :. of a', lerman for
Ity, at -he electl r. to be held on
.  :.-.--. I have, after due con-
-   3 .ion. acceeded to their request
_r. i   solicit   -'.ir  Bupport on  that   oc-
-ion.    My  platform is  a  short  one.
viz.;
A firm _._.! Impartial enforcement
of the law and by-laws of the ci-;.
The conservation and utilization ol
���.he franchises of -he citj for the gen
era! benefit. Equal justice - i the residents oi aii s.c-;ons of the i itj In -he
genera', expenditure. As i: leral an ex-
��� :...-.:������ : .. - : icali ;.-.. irp ises
the finances ���*;:; allow, w:-.-:. a large
ex;,enditure for additional - hool accommodation is necessary, the convenience and necessities of aii sections of the cii ' ��� ���: consi lere !. and
irtlal    . .--icy-   -i   aii   - -   be   at-
Impossib
ti ' ���* :
JOHN
McNAB.
in a country growing like ours for property to remain long as
cheaply as you can get it now. The biggest fortunes in Canada have
been made from Real Estate, and the smallestcapital is sufficient.
We have many excellent properties both in town and country,
but prices are rising rapidly. Don't let outside investors secure ali
the snaps; do a bit yourself; do a bit of thinking, and become a
landed proprietor of your own.
Many, very many, of the properties we have been advertising the
past few weeks, have been sold, and there are several new om
this advertisement, and all splendid purchases.
m
To the [lectors of the City of
New Westminster, B.C:
La :.- - an I Gentle nen, ���H ������������ ���:.-     m
ented ���������   n   sell  i       i  n main-
ated ��� ite foi   _1 lei:.. in ;:. tl -
i ng eii ction, I res ei ill ��� eg to
.  ,..- it   -, , .:   . >tes   at. i   s ipp >rt,
I sha!   '    ' ��� "
ol   mj        lit     wo   . "���       ��� -    in
ti : est 3 of thi  cit  .
1 sh ,ii   lo ::.;���  utm  31 *   that all
- ses of citizens, no mauei :������ a ������
��� bail ice ipati in oi in what pai - ol
-he city they ma ��� resi le, shall re _eive
fair treatment is regards street and
- lewa ind i the Improvements. In
the matter of de illng t Ith mj of oui
franchises or water frontage, I shall
insist -ha- every citizen shall have an
opportunity of expressing i.;- oi her
views with reference i > them With
respect to our by-laws. I shall use mj
best endeavors to have them i nforce-1
in an impartial and just way.
The matter of educational accommodation shall also receive my attention, and I shall assist in every reasonable way any effort for Improve-
a :i consistent v.lth our flnanci il
ability.
i am strictly opposed to making a
personal canvass for sup irt, and
therefore take -his method ol placing
my position, with reference to these
matters,   efore the electorate.
A. P. HALLADAY.
( ,,rl;. li- on   Dim in li.
Wllliani   Wack,  lliu n ,.  list,  in his
remini ucos of <     lyle,  n p irts him
as sa..  PR   '���']'] el'"' -  that  i.   in  I ii-:' iei
They tell mo be i: n '."md speaker.
Perhaps I ,1" nol ki >v.   ��hat a gi id
speaker is.   But I re nl a -i li of his
that be delivered li Glasgow a year or
tw i ago, nnd I i | ��� ed to me the
greatesl jargon of in ,, en -������ that e. er
got Into any po ir ��� reature's head."
eared      i      "    i    ���    stables, e
-;���.. udid s .     ml;, 530 ?'.	
cash, :      eas j
I' _ -   re     b   ;--'.   six       ims
$'.500. ������ is   tei::.-   ne u    ���.: line; i en-
Three   full-sized    lots   clea     ,   an .
:���:.-���:.    lose to     ir;   i good spi    ila
tion     :. ��� ������   minutes   fi   ::.   posi     ::. -
$1,300:  ���    .       ms
If you   :-��� illj   want  to
irtunltj:    H i ise   to i eni
irj ���������- laid iti all ro ims d iwn
- ��� ,-���      inge ::. kitchi :., al so on
st ivi     hot   ind cold water,
, -..  md Bush cl ��� -������'    ������ ��� . dete   -
sewerage.    Rent   -__  per  month.    A!
the above _ i In  _,...     ent   il ���$...
Full sized lo     a Mowa   a- eet   $225.
House an I loi   13 x 100, 1'���_���--- ire\
situated near Queen's  ivenue, $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
160 acres,   Westmins ���      Ustrict    10
: res  undei   c iltivatl m,   1 i  acres or
ird    ������,       ���-   str!������'. lerries   plan ed
-   ear.   il lei botl im land; t inning
ng   ho ise IS x 22;  fi tme   >at -.   I
,\  32;   14-post   frame  bouse   and   co*
stable -   ���'.- ee In al!  sl i ile ��� cow s an 1
in  horses    neat   Mission Station;
- ds     churches    near    a-    h it. I
-teamei  lands twice   i day;   iboul  :
icres timber, fi; an i cedar, never   i
i igge 1:   ?y:    refused   I       stan Ilng
timbei < rriage hous 16 x 21; ben
house mate ol hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance ot" a lifetime. $8,000,  .;. tash      il i-, ������ a-   .
per cent.
��� ���-  _     I farn in Dei
:.. river, near S
i :. $:. per acre        eai go      my.
Between   Fifth  an I   Sixth   avenues
near Seventh   st eet   eight rooms    il
ti. , lei n, sta      and ch     en hou -���-. 1 .'.
it, tw      storeys, $1
$2,500.
Dou! le tenei ent I 8 room
ise, wa --.;��� ' ���-.    ������:
��� een    First    ind    Si    ud    street,
Fo irth    v enue   i ��� :.  north sl le     I
$'.500, hai: cash,    llano
at 6 per i ent,
30 a  . ������-     :: : "    ������ ��� '���     ��� '
1 I   u :������-  'Ie ire 1, good soi    220 fi lil
1 trees, price $1,400. ;...
it. three equal ; ���..��� mem 3 at n   sona   ���
Interest     Apply to D  Fraser, Ab   its
' ford.
I" -   ,   ������- :::.. roved    ind,     .   linjs
and she is complete, near Cl ivi i la!<
in lei     . tl.       ���:..  $15.000.    If yo
can   han lie   thi -.   1 n't   lei iy;   ii s
irgaln    terms can be arrar.." :
:  ���  i res  100 acrea pi 5 a
-, _     , md,   four-root:.- I   v.-, i se,  i
chicken house, all fen ed, nexl to the
ii impton dairy fairm, 2V_       es I
ii it.,-. ,:. I, $40 per  icre    Don't miss
this.
160 a es ��� iwn ship 11, -������< tion 15,
������a , miles -*t im F,r- Langley; 5 a es
- ishe i. $1,000. one thli i rash
160 a tres, L ingle ��; nder cultivation; hous ������' et all in
good repair; a snap . $3,000. ha'f
cash.
������;���..-���     a Ro   ii   ind Eighth si
��� .,. ,   st ire rs, seven full sized
I it,  $2,000.
Ho ise,    : '   rooms    '.'���.    !ot3,   i ���
Fourtl     .. Se.      h   street,
$2,000.   Te aged
lam      Inlet, tl ���-.   >'
$6.00, ha
I.     icres, M     ���   R Si    Ions 2.
_ ���   ; . :     .     .owlish
rie, res'       . trei
Section   -. $45 pe        e    Si
a  _ ���   $50  . ������     i   .       S     Lion 28, $55
���     ��� . ���   eph   :.���      ll     ii I"." Ol   :
��� a . Pitt   RiVI       it
ilano   '-.- an I two
s at 7 enl    Kv luslve igei
67  icres, Horn      it.it. ... S
i:,i ��� ��_��� 500 ��������� ben b lilt, 20 :������
Pr        :, :���  $3,000, half cas!
i n ce ��� is
160 acres In Su nea    B    wn  ���-
Coultha   I's ranch. $7  per a    e    good
mds;   .- is  for   par-
. irs
SO a     -   if land  near Sutherlai
:.  3urre  .   good  b iuse, 6 e
ml) $1,000. ��� ..-;���  terms.
160 acn ���
ready :' i
water,
sch<    .
vation, i * i
per ai
1
i re,
: m   B
. :. ���
<   181   ���"-."
$50
' ���   Sul!
3-roomed House,all modern improvements, tine location, corner of Fourth St.
and Agnes, $5000, one-
half cash. A comfortable
home and good family residence,
.
���
1
160   ���
n res
1"       r
SOC
it '���
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.
ed, i
;:
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al ler
$1,200
,
1"..   i
-
: 1
Of V,'e-   :
a
.
I.
-:..
Saturn] V'arnlMlioH,
Fluid resins or oils fr im Beveral differenl trees are extensively used In the
Philippines as varnishes, i Ine of them,
called oil of supu, Is a pale yellow
lii|iiiil when fresh, hui it becomes dark
and viscous after contact with the
air. Spread In a thin layer it dries
slowly and forms a bird varnish. It
is also capable of beiug burned In a
lamp. Another natural varnish is lm-
liio, also called oil of upitong. It i.s
white when fresh, bul darkens afte
exposure and makes a very tough
varnish. Oil of pnnao i- a third variety, Infi rl'ir to tbe others in it- drying
properties, Chemical analysis has
shown that all these w i "l oil - consi it
entirely of hydra ���,,- , ... known as sesquiterpenes.
mr,
^\ '///*w| <;((m
"*>IAPtE'l	
Three a,f---
Meads, $425.
N u     Arm roa I, near
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
onlv $1100 cash.
Tnrllen nx OarUenem.
Tho , supply
11.    upniits of ���   ��� irons
of Paris v Ith i In rries ai i other small
fruil - i re |uuiitl         ry fo i few
tii       ;   ��� pu.clni od by
tho Inl           is of tl to bo
ed in tho r '_' irdens   ������ ���   be
I;..-. I'd to rorvi              y i
to tho gardi ner by ;. -.: ��� tlio rav-
.a. ���      of   the   lliso"!
crenturo ��� ��� lii b in itnod to do
much d ,:. :������_'��� t , ll ��� ���'  " ��� r bedi   in I
borders,   i'outh's ��� 'onipan  11
What "sterling* " means
to silver, what "cutting"
means to glass, what "18k"
means to gold this trade
mark means to
RUBBER FOOTWEAR
It's the h a 11 ma r k of
quality.
Maple Leaf Rubbers, as
j their name signifies, are
MADE IN CANADA
, from pure Para Rubber,
i
All kinds, all styles, all
ize .    There are no i'ther-,
"jn t as good" for We stern
conditions.
1 ij -storey   house,   corner   of   Sixth
-��� eet  and   Eighth  aven ie   6   rooms,
iri.:. chimney, all pape       Insi le it, l
. linte i. full size lot, 'i'i x 132, flooi
covere 1 with new oil< I ith.   Price $950.
Five cottage    in Fii s*   street, opposite Qt ei n's park    Price $7,000.
One an i a ball i its   Sa, perton,
off Columbia stn el  in I Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terms to b ��� arrange I,
l i acres neai   . io\ >���   $.   pei   ai e;
see us for fuller
_ In best residential portion of Xew 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.
Tv. ,   '    ,      house,   : chicken
house   two fu        ��������� l  lots,   ill m i lern
Improvement -.  Thli I streel I w< ��� n
Fo irth    and    Fii b     ivi n tes, $2,250,
$1,500 cash; good map.
20   icre    do fruil   '.an Is,   near
,   lon, $20 per a
House  and   full   - Ize 1  lo!   ,;  n om.,
on P: in   - et   ne ir Slxi b av en ie,
_   id garden   fi lit trees, onl    $950.
:. .��� ned    house , all    m
.   :.. ml     ��� -.  m '* irnarvon strei I and
S ���.       treet   two    I ire; -   $3,750.
iI   .   i and lot    :.   \--ti' s street, tw .
storeys    seven  ro 'i.s.   a real sti ip bi
$2,500.
Corn       d  Six! b   st i eet  an 1   Fou
: ii   ho ise in I   even lots, on h i   '
fr ill ���     ���-. et   . $3,100. h
Largi   lol   md I ���' o ������ ittagi - on Co
- ,    ieri Both rented
*���;.��� ,-,
Fo i"   ind        ial!   icres In Lol
a ,.      ���  '   ��� ���:.   Porl   Moodj   and
aster  June ion, faces  on   P
M   id;       i i      >:. ���  $125 pei
li' u ������ on Bi at-ord streel en! :'
per mon h. Will sell I . $1,500, Ti rm
$750  cash       lance i
2-storied h        i '.''.i
bath,   sev.'-:' connect^
all modern in proveitt
i splendid locality, $2S
I Terms arranged,
House,
,      -' '    a''
���     n      $2,500,
Boardli -    -
$'.500.
Se ven-roomej
near  Fi
size i lot, $1,600.
Ho
Twell
$300. :';    ton
���  :."
te ::.i
i:,.  ���
.-���,
montl     Oi      ���'
���: ?:<!
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broki
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
After-
Dinner
W. E. SINCLAIR MI NTS
j. Leckie Co., Ltd,
Selling Agent's, Vancouver, B, I,
Soli. AiiKiil (nr New Westminster
\ Freak <if V'tnn-.
A tree thai Is a freak of nature Is
fli" Asiatic star tri ��� It grows sixty
to eighty fool tail, and for a height of
nbout forty feet th t trunlt Is wholly
bare. From tl ' !" nt there spring a
number of tangled liml s, which shoot
oul clusters of I'lti.i pointed leaves, nm!
these, grouped to. ������������:���. emit at night
a phosplioruscunl light.
i"��i,llin,
Jacks   - Townlo.i ii exceedingly
rniitioiis mnn, don'l n think "J   Johns
���Catiriousi    SVb; ildn't pay a
compliment withoul ctettlng a receipt
for It,
Thc song that ������'��� ��� hi ir with our ours
Is only the mnu thai is sirhg Iu our
hearts,   Oulda,
....CALL ON....
r.A.Mu_r&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Wes imi nster.   -    -.  B. C
25 cents
A BOX:
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
BLACKSMITHING.
Purchase Notice
Notice i .:���.. a ���', il ',', da , -
aftei tii.. 1 In'en 1 ap] Ij lng to l he
Chiel Comn I me il Lan Is and
Works foi | . ml ion to p irch ise 1 hi
following described land, Bltuated at
tho mouth of the Kll lal i river. Coast
district: Commen In i at a p ��l marked V.'. M.'s N. E Corni i pi inted on
the " ith bank of Uie Kildala fiver
a: the mouth, running as follows: 40
| chains south, l'i chains west, 40
chains north to the Bhore line, thence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or less.
Aug. 27, 1906.
. - Locator, W  MOODY,
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Oct. 24,  1906,
NOTICE. ^
Notice is hereby given tbat I intend
to   apply   at   the   next   Sitting   of  the
ffi��SL
V<;
Six ni mths' ���   '
���   ��� ��� the '
. _
1
. ��� api Ij  lor pad
W
Deputy MitiiM.i ���
N,   H.��� I'li.'iti"
���   [.I
���
this   advertlseiii'-ti'   ���>'
::   '
fcr.
- ~~"
BUSINESS IPi
LIMIT1
Having I
ghl oul  ib" Blacksmith-  L'cwi8,nfl Bo3rd tor the Munlc,P��l't.v
Ing business of Ft. ll. Benson, I wlll
bo pll a , I 'o .see all lli-s old CUStOm
" . as well ns new ones Horseshoe-
inp a specialty.
H.  M.   KMUTSON,
Eighth   Stre.t.
of Lancjley for a renewal of license I
sell liquors by retail on the premises
t'nov.n as the Langiey Hotel, rituat^d
at Langley, in the said Municipality of
L antjley.
r��. S. BROWN
Langley,  Nov. 21,  1905.
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any nnie over IS years of age, to
the extent, of one-quarter see:i.n of
160 aeres, more or less.
Entry must lie made personally at
the local land office for the district iu
which the land i.. situate.
the homestradcr is required to per-1
form the conditions connected there !
with under one of the following plans j
li) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of tlie l.md in
each year for three years.
(a) If the father for mother, if th"
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in ihe vicinity ,
"f the land entered for the require- ��� Forty-Five 1)PL
ments as to residence may be satisfied
by such p rson residing with the father  or  mother.
(..) If the settler has liis permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in  the vicinity of his home-
.tead, the requirements as to residence   . m..n ,,-,��� i,.-,- |   ,ii
may  be   satisfied  by   residence   upon   AllV i U "'    ' '   I "
the said land. Hl/TLIlfl
Rt. W
3311 ���: , ';:,
1. ..,.���'���.���; ing, 0
Shorthand,   I'' :'  ���
elneering.
Seven
Teacher*
J   STUDENT'S Al-WA'
B.J.SPI il :���'- ': ,E*s:iY
DEC 5, 19M-
& Steamers
ins
,pB MAIN USE.
v- J5.40; an N. W
., gg    N BRANCH
11.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE
S.   S. Tees,
1st,  7th,  Hth  of each   month
Claoquot  uud Mosqulti   Harbi
to Ahouset, Quatslno, Cape Scot
way ports.
THE DAILY NEWS
.
Great Northern Ry. I Northern Pacific
] Tide Table   Fraser River'
TYROLESE CUSTOMS.
..���   Seattle 15.50.
N. W   18.40.
.- -   -       ar.
tfESTM I N'STER J DNCTION.
v
;.. 15.40, 17.35.
16.40, 18.40.
N ���'-' ���
\V. 9.3c   * i   :
IE.
i\'
; NORTHERN RAILWAY.
- ; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
: ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
ffj j. bj. and 9:55 p
iver
VANCOUVER
no.
u.ra., and 4 p.m.
N
I*
IGoit
I ��
B-PORT GUICHON.
.   'an.;   ar. Guichon
ds  2:46 P-
_d C p. m.
m.
ar. N. W.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster un Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at _ p m. and Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Mon-
day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Mondav. Tuesday
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. n_. additional
trip  Saturday 5 p,  __.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves N'.w Westminster, 8 a. m
Mondays, Wednesdays am] Fridays
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday
Thursday and Saturdays, calling al
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & y. ry
-._.--_-,-.__
.r week ending Dec. 7, 190C.
N EW W ESTMINTBBR.
NEW Dailv
Leave  WESTMINSTER Arrl"
"������m. Blain
1 '
l-nj'ham
:ton,
non,
ve
i. Belling-':.:i;0pni
Burling- 9:55pm
Mr.    Ver
Evei ,-r
Seattle and
Portland.
*  ��� '��� pm Spokane,      St.:;
Paul    and   all:''
points East.
"���-HO am Anacortes,
Woolley, '   and'"
Rockport,
3:00 pm Vancouver
: -���
:00 pm
layi only.
ELECTRIC-VANC0U7BR.
Ijjk ,, er 6.50, 6..0, l
I   .. .-,.... half hour there-
;, m.
Vucosver -'<
tan.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Leaver  Vancouver at  . p. m., 2nd
and   16th  of  each   month,  calling  at
- Westminster at 8k1<Jegate on firs- trip and I!-. , Co. la
on  second  trip.  Time on  arrival  and
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and
call or address
Bser River and Gulf
iniormauon
:N V,* Mar.. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
_., Sat., 7 a.m.
;. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
;.,;,., Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER
W .ally, ex. Sut. anil Sun.,
_
|-.-:; M a.m.
iSteveston, ' a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
It   Satui    y. ** p.m-
|l ...... AND ISLANDS.
i N.W. Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
I Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
FD GOULET,
A-tent, New Westminster
E. J.  COYLE
Asst. Gen.  Puss   Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
Qeneral  Buner'ntendent, Victoria
(ien. Agent, Freight Dejit.,
N'ew Wostminster,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
9:20 am
j4:35 pm
Lv.    New    Westminster   ' ���
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guichon
c  p.  m.,  Monday,   Wednes la
Friday.
15  a.  m   ar.  from Guichon,
1 a- m   l.v. for Vai ti iver,
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St!
Louis  and  all  points East.'
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue aud Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANIi ALL POINTS EAST
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 Apent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, b. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. C.    A j
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST^
Dec.
1.1. 0
Dec.
Ile
Dec.  7
ii>,
line.
Dec.
Dec.   i
[).��-.
High
Water.
8.45
18. .5
, 9.16
18.115
10.05
19.10
. 10.45
20.00
11.25
21.15
12.00
22.55
.  U'.40
SAND HEADS.
High.
Time. Ht
... 8.06
.<
EMPRESSES"
18.000 i EMPRESS OF BRITAIN
H. Po*_r ( EMPRESS OF 1U1.1-.VM
14,60.
101.'
Travel in the same way as your letters. It is tlie quickest, safest and
most economical. From St. John, Dec.
Ist and l)tv. 15th. For particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R. AGENT.
Di c
Ii. ,
17.26
... 8.46
17.56
5     9.26
18.32
0    10.06
19.19
7    10.44
20.34
3    11.22
22 15
9    II 59
I'M
Hu
13.2
10.6
13 2
10.3
i::.i
9.8
12.9
9.3
12.8
8.9
li' g
9.0
lxi W
Water.
2.45
13.66
3.20
14.55
4.00
15.50
4.40
16.45
5.im
17.46
5.25
IS.40
5.50
19.36
Low.
Time. lit.
0.15   1.9
13.26   9.8
0.50   _.!
11.23
1.28
15.19
2.09
16.13
2.53
17.06
3.40
17.58
4.34
18.48
PWBllar HHD.r In   Whir a  Prop��Mk
of   Marrii-Kr   Art    -larfr.
Tbtre  is  an   old   custom   prevailing
among tbe Tyroles.- regarding proposal* of marriage The first time a young
, man pay.  u rial, aa avowed lover he
i tiring* with him a bottle of wine, of
. whicli  he pours out a glass and presents it to the object of his desires.
If she accepts it thc whole nffBlr is
��� nettled.  Very often tbe girl has not yet
; made up ber mind, and theu she will
: take   refuge  In   excuses  bo  as  not  to
' drink  tbe wine aud yet not refuse lt
! point  blank,  for tbat ls considered  a
1 gross Insult, proving tbat she has been
i merely   trifling  with the affections ol
ber lover.
She will, for instancy l__u.lii.ain thut
1 tbe wine "looks sour"' or tfciit wine dia-
! agrees with ber or that she ls afraid of
I gettiug tipsy ur that tbe priest has forbidden   ber  iu  lake any - In  fact,  she
makes use of any subterfuge that presents itself at that moment
The purport of these excuses Is that
she has not come to a decision and thut
I the wine offering is premature.
This strange custom, dating very far
9.8 back���according to one account, it was
2.5 known --is early its the ninth century���
i, - Is   culled   "bringing   the  wine"   and   is
., n synonymous with the act of proposing
9.4
Mail Service
i.   ���
���
'.    : in
The  onlj   railway  running through
,;''.-������' ��� :-    '-'.'��� rs     B( -��� ��� .. , p.
ment.
Train (oi Seattle .-.:������- al - 10 a.m
Ka.-'e-ru Express a-. 15.40
For  rates,   reservations   and  other
particular- a;,; ly to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R   Agent,
New Westminster.
E.   J.   COYLE.
tu.  11.00 a.m.   Assistant    General    Passenger    Agent,
Vancouver.
Rei' Ived.
6 40 p in.
11.35 a.m.
:��� "" a in
30 p.m.
2.00 p m
' a ii.
I '". p.m.
'  ���
" p.m. 11.3; ... n.
 p.m
I ::. Q
12.01  ::.
lian Pacific Railway Co.
|li>" C: umbla Coast   Line
Service.
|TIME TABLE
C Coast Lie Service.
*L.SKA ROUTE.
not! ce,.
V  n touver
in   9. 1907
l-'-r    ���   .**    '-'\    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
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.   a'   1   p.   m.
NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
lS:"a~." Queen  C ty.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between ai!
points ea.', west : : south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern I and O. R.
& N*. Co.
Connect^ at R --':.! with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
C nnects at Meyers Falls with
stage c"lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and   Neison.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
too:.
Leave
0.20 a m.
12.25 p.m.
94c .. rr.
Day Train Arrive
..   Spokane    715 P-m.
.  Rossi ind  ... -i 10 p.m.
..  Nelson  6.45 p.m
ii   A. JACKSON.
MORSES!     HORSES!
fOl'VEp ,,....
S. S. J
MO ROUTE.
ll.  11.  Brown,  v.s . a  gra I late
r thi  ' int 1 li   Veti 1 1        Si ho il, will
���. \*ew   v. estmlnstei   everj   Fri   1
nd will exai     1   .our
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every D_v in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
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Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
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world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats freel,
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
F  r  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any-
further information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
���J.'O Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAR-
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For fime Tables, etc., addn 1 a
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The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information  apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Managei.
Vancouver. B. C.
A Snap!
18 Lots in
Burnaby
ADJOINING CITY
LIMITS
ONLY
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WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
synonymous with
Shy   lovers.   loath  to  make  sure  of
their case beforehand, find it a very
happy institution.   Not a word need be
spoken, and tb. pirl Is spared the painful "No" of civilization.
If any of tbe wine Ls spilled or the
' glass <>r bottle broken lt is considered
. a most unhappy omen���iu fact, there Is
0   peasant's  saying   for an  unhappy
marriage, "Tbey have spilled the wine
between tbem."
SACRED CROCODILES.
Th.
���I.��br-
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer 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 and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable  elsewhere.
H   S. ROWE. General Agent.
1,u Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of-tth Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, 11. C.
The Arrow Press Job Prinfery
IS NOW LOCATED IN
The Daily News Block
Our patrons will kindly
note change of  address
MRS. HOMINY, Proprietress
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Faiuou.    Shrine  and   thr
rinfli"   In   Kg:? pi.
Tlio crocodile, one of the most sacred
animals of the east, bas given its name
to seven.1 ancient sites. Of tbe various
cities of crocodiles tbe names of whicli
bave been bunded down to us by Herodotus. Pliny and Strubo. perhaps the
mosl striking was the "Crocodllopolls"
of  tlie   ancient   Egyptian  province  of
lajiiiii. wbkb. according to tradition,
was built by that pharaob who "made
the lives of tbe children of Israel bitter witb bard service."   This province
lies within an almost coiuplete circle of
bills���a little ousis iu tbe midst of the
desert, where roses nud grapes mingle
witb figs and olives nnd luxuriant palm
trees grow ulniost into furests.  Its capital is Medlnet, and a little to the north
of the city are n number of irregularly
shaped mounds,  Beneath tl^se are the
ruins of tbe pharaob built "Crocodtlop-
olis."  the "City  of Crocodiles,"  Inter
called  Arslnoe and  tbe shrine of tbe
sacred  crocodile  of  the  neighboring
Lake Moeris, winch wus then -l,"iil miles
| iu circumference.   This lake held the
I sacred crocodiles, and as each died In
! turn it was buried in one of the l.rKXi
I underground sepulchers of the world
j famed "labyrinth" nt hand, side by side
with the embalmed bodies of successive pbaraolis.
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship nnd Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly  furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RI SIDE-VICE���SA Eighth street. New
\. estminster, B.C.
'i'l'iiiii'ts [or building will be vm
celved up to Dec, 8, at l p.in. Plans
and specifications at my office, Trapp
Block. Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted,
A. HARDMAN.
TO   ORDER
SUITS
=$20 AND UP=
Cut and Made on the Premises
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
llolv   Satunln.-  In   \tipl��-_.
Naples celebrates in a curious man
ner Lent and the end of Passion week.
Hopes are stretched from bouse ta
house across the streets in the ancient
district-- on the ilny of the carnival,
nml dulls made of rags, wearing the
traditional Neapolitan costume and carrying 11 distaff and bobbin, are suspended from these ropes. At the feet
of the spinner is attached an orangi
containing seven feathers, correspond
lug to the seven weeks of Lent. Bach
week one feather Is pill, ked, so that
only one remains at Holy Saturday
Then. :is soou as the cannon of I' -
St. Elmo and the church be% announc.
the noon hour and the resurrection
Christ, firecrackers, which have boo',
tied in long strings to the orange 1 .
the dolls' feel arc lighted, and the
Qunreslma figure explodes amid thc
cries of tbe crowd, Wherein pious for
in ul us and profane phrases alternate.
. Initial.
Mother (entering parlor suddenly) -
Mr, Snowball kissing y��ou? I am surprised. Daughter So am T. mother
lie has been coming to see me five
years aad lie never got up enough cour-
New Westminster   ��E6 to do it before
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ng   Company    Lim:-"t,   a-    thei
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TELEPHONES.
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' ������ '������"'���h'-'u'-
WEDNESDAY,  DEC.  5,
1906.
NOT  JLST  YET.
An '"be    -������--   a. election. Is
The Gov-
n .ould be fool is
.:   .   missed   thi
of thi    - rhich  its en
land s
.... k, and        -  the
.unity   to  I      the tam
-���   |   ���    ��� ��� .::.--    th ,.--.'-.;-
.���ith thi     Ig  a  | in   nations fo
3 will
all iw it to make     It is quite possl
-..i   this i .:i. a  maj    ���  -   ie, md I   it
the   Government,   having   failed   mis-
In its attempt I i make in	
tion er) out of the bettei  tei ms matter,   ma    go to  the   country  on   the
en II   ' record of a million or so���
���- ilize 1    .,    allow ing    -, eculatoi -   I
-  ��� , Lhe nat iral  wealth of the  I'   iv-
���a and then  wasted  by an  ill-considered,   scrambling   i ish   of   public
���    -    isi    <���:' ire election day, such
is  we saw in 1903.    It   seems inconceivable that  sane elei toi - should be
misled ich tactics     iut,  as   we
havi      .;.:   ;-   ,.:-������   ossible thai the
G ivernment   may   trj   - bat  ��� _ edlen
' ���   tack of a better.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
won't cake. It Ls PURE���dean,
dry crystals that ciscive baandy.
Perfe3 fcr the tiblj.
ly believe tbat I bave Che honor of be-
inct of your grace's fam iy.
This hurt tbe pride of tbe duke so
much that be rose from the table an 1
ordered his steward to pay Seymour
and dismiss him Finding, however,
that no one in England could complete
tbe pictures began, be condescended to
send for his cousin. The painter responded to tbe message in these words
"My lord. I will now prove that I am
of your grace's family, for I won't
come"
���ion  Otter  SUin.
The furrier -vas taking his stock out
of the cold storage room. It came
forth frozen -tiff and coated with glistening whiti  frost    But there was one
beautiful -kin tbat. though just as stifT
as any of the others, had n i t'r ���-* on it
"I want you ! i lo -k at th - sk n
said.   "It is ���::- kind that the ric lest
i: :--. ms, gr i   I duki -    ud so on. bave
thi r t collars n ll Is a
it! - - - t is
tbat often one e it t . ill r of  I ������ ill c ,-t
8300. It .-���..;.-���
Bkin in the woi Id t ��� ra Ue coat liars
of. Why': I. , ': it -i.i- ���:.". and you ii
see.   All  mj   ol        -      - ' en I
with frost, while ot this fur no 1 ���-*
wh ite er ipi ��� rs .... I th fs the rea
son v .. sea ��� tter skins n . ��� the best
eoat i - 'i be reath, foi - ime un
known re* son. d ��� tsn'i freez ��� on tbem."
���New i'oi.. i'i"--.
FOR YOUR XMAS
r
COOKING
AND
Brandy
Sherry
Port
'PHONE  INO.    -   g
or call at "he
STEAMBOAT EXCHANGE
Wholesale Department
T. FREEMAN,   -   Proprietor
WANTED���Sti   t .
- *.'.'   *:   Fa    -
WANTED  ���   .
AoijI    H' Doi imbi i st
JAPANESE   BCY.
.',:.---
-   .
tei     scho        lours      . H
Onlshi, T son's Live      Sta
231-6
l)i��tinai:isli.-il   I).    Movement*.
Obsen di and fai sighted ; -rs ins
distingu - at great I stan - a man
from a woman, not bj 'it- 38 face or
figure, ! it bj ��� . ml - '1 be mo-
- ins of the most gr icef il ol men are
ungainly when c impared with tb" sinuous lines that most women Instinctively
assume, It often happens that a single
motion of a distant figure, and espei lally a motion of the .arms above the head,
will instantly determine for a tr, ned
observer the s��s of tbe : trson. If any
one doubts this let hlm note the awkward, windmill-like performance of a
man arranging big hair nnd tbe graceful curves nnd deft touches with which
a woman accomplishes tbe same thing
WANTED���Y rung  i.i     for
V Hoi .'  . ��� ..
LOST���A handbag on Fronl st ������
near Harvey's store, containing i
small stni of money an :
only of value to the owner; name
an 1 ... i .."- - losi le !���"::. lei kindly
ret irn to Dall. N tws iffice an ! reel -������ re., u
WANTED���Boys    immediately;   good
wages    a  .... B  C. Clgat   Fai i i
The
<). Amei fccan f'i'i-in. want is to
stop < atchlng their seals. As ex ,-:.. le
;- etti an j i ept, lei is suggesi
th it they stop cat.UiMM.ui salmon.
If thi     i'i ann it pic : a good
...    iut ol   the  fifteen  soli i  clti-
:    . inati .   ��� ii   the   iffice,  the.
re all i be;   m i;   -'iff":-, mu-
luring  1907
Imiire.-lo- Evidence.
constable is an observant mnn.
and bis observation bud its reward at
Marlborough street one morning. It
was the ease of a hansom driver wbo
had run Into a four wheeler, and tbe
constable maintained in the witness t
bos that the hansom driver was drunk.
"There was a bit of a dispute," said
the driv.-r." and the c inst ible admitted ns much. "You was a bit doubtful
about me beln' drunk, wasn't you
now?" continued the driver solemnly
"I was, just a bit," said thi nstable
stolidly, "until I saw you taking down
your own number on y iur coat sleeve."
���I.ond,in Standard.
FOR  htNT ���One half cottage; mod
era    conveniences,   near    car  line.
Third   avenue.    Apply   "D.,"    Dail;
News office.
LOST���About  two weeks ago,  gentle-
t:. in's   _ >11   hunting    c ise   watch;
owner's cat:.-, eng! ived on i ase inside. Finder please ret im t i R. p.
Baker, Bank of Montre il New Westminster;  reward.
An Excellent Opportunity to get a
Splendid Line of-���
FURNITURE
at the lowest possible price is afforded all at
Lee's Furniture Emporiuml
We  Have  a  Great Variety|
-   -   -   of All Lines   -   -
A Few Suggestions for Xmas
ggeitae-ataar-^l
Our stock is at your disposal,and we may be able to save yo ,
able time and worry by suggesting that SHE MAY WANT A SECRETAR1E.
We have them from $6.50 each up.     Or a MUSIC CABINET.   U ���
nice line of beauties from $9.00 each up.    Or a ROCKER.   N   I etter
values ever offered; Solid Oak Cobbler Seat, from $3.00 each up. Or a
PRINCESS DRESSER. A most beautiful line are Quartered Oak. polished,
large oval and shaped British, mirrors, from $26.00 each up.
Or, HE MAY NEED A CHIFFONIER, a man's delight. We have them from
$15.00 each up, in oak. Or a MORRIS CHAIR- solid comfort -in whichhe
may sit and dream of YOU. We have them from $6.50 up; solid oak
frames.    Or a large EASY CHAIR.   Or a BOOK CASE.
Come and look around. We are putting goods away every day for
Xmas delivery.    Don't leave it too late.    Come early!
LEE S   Furniture   Empormi
Dupont   Block Telephone   73
Thi    News- Vdverti making  a
I   for  a   placi    im mg    the
' itioi        Not  to   mention
:   ��� extra       ni ireaks"
lati nted on
Sundaj ai , .������������ti   from
���   ��� ,    ��� .ii w ol ��� ie Kn i.v N ithin j
Clu      md  spiced   ...      i   little  m   I
, hem  .   v. hich   w .    ��� ., !. ni I     in
ended ������-    ead        supporting the
Coven      nl    nd i ������. \i :. ning I ie Op
. nd   In   ano he    co   mn
,   : an to thi   eleel .     to turn
out of office, on i e.    eh    lon da     i he
msibli thi     nforcemen
���   ���-*���    ioll  tax    I.e., the mem i
of the Provincial Govei nmenl    Mighl
������������  . ill       ggesl    .��� n :���   iegin
��� Irninlstering the 0   l:   o the Hon.
I*.   C    ti on    President    of    the
( ouncil '
'll,.   Buttle nf -tedonda,
Nol t : rom St. Thomas, a m.itier of
;���������. iia;.. a hundred miles, was fought
thu na >-i   ' il battle in nl!
I, ��� ii .. I lie I ditch ndi nil detected
the '���. en ������ In the n irly morning, whan
the -e.i v ii - no. en d . lh n thli m il
und h,- guns 0] n ied tit" ut om a . I li
oul warning I lie 111 t wn - rei n td
with mi,-re t. tie- ,,,,,,;, t ,. :-, qu er
Ing v, itii p in ' ised :,.. lhe shock
of frequent rth 'liar..-. S unehow or
other lhe enemy's Khots, w Iiii h so in i
ed like a lioiubarilinent, en ' nud to t ill
siinri or go wide ni thc murk, for not
even ,-i splash of ti ball wn i hear I. an 1
the 1 lutch ships remained uusc ithed.
On the other hand, the 1 lutch could ti'it
sec the terrible execution their guns
were doing until nearly the middle of
the forenoon, when the fog lifted, re
vcaling in their astonished gaze nol lho
vessels of tin- enemy, bill a greal rock
standing oul of the sea. They had been
Bring :u ii for five hours, nml the Bound
nt the return stints ihey heard wns the
echo from the Bolld wall of granite.
They named the place Itedonda, which
means sent, rolled or driven back, and
Redondn it Is to this day.
Radii. .
Artist's Friend M; de ir Harold, I
like your picture rn ��� mu th, only I
fancy the original doesn't look quite so
red as yon hav,' ; linted hlm. He
1 isn't ii rudd.i i on pli si u ; ,;':;t" the
reverse. Impressionist Artist���Who on
mrth nre you talking about. Artist's
Friend Why. your uncle, of course.
Impressionist Artist Gracious, man,
bin that isn't my undo    It's a sunset!
Proper Securities.
Jll ks Johns 'i want ��� I i borr iw ��10
from in" I io you think he Is good for
thai amount'; Rinks Ves, with proper
securities.
"What se.,ir.t.e- would you Bug-
g   ' ������"
"A eh iln ,.t I padlo k, ii pair of
handcuffs nnd n dog. That would be
unoi ,:a to hold i  nt "   I.on 1 'i M ill.
_n.Ki.nl.
Tlie Profi ss n N iw, _upn ise you had
ln'"i; called : i si n n patient with hys-
terles, imi; ono, for -' ���. ��li i had
Bl irl d ! iui hing and found it Impossl
lile to -t ip, ... liai would you il >': l>rr
t ii \ input >��� lil - funny h ine -Illus-
tratod II ���
in  Expert  Opinion.
"Whnl do    in Hi nl; ol t y  ! mghter'i
i"-a eiltinli  Oil   till!   |) . :. l."
'ilood tint iv fi r s. for -he r ���:���'. ilnly
does murder the ti:n>;." ��� Baltimore
American,
Km-  of   llli>   I'mnll. .
James Seymour, the artist, wns born
In London In 1T02, Tie displayed a
fondness for drawing and painting in
boyhood und subsequently gained celebrity by his skill In designing horses.
bnce ihe proud Duke of Somerset employed Seymour to painl a room at his
scut Iii Sussex, with the portraits o�� bis
runnlug borses, Having admitted the
artist io his table, ho one day drank to
him, saying:
"Cousin Seymour, your health."
Ti,... ,.'iti,'in' ''oniLed. "\!v iiini. I real-
Weil  Supplied.
Singleton���1 .-it; poso your wife has a
lot nl will power. Wedderly Ves, bul
Bhe hus ;i i it more won't power.���Chi
ea<?o Xews.
An angry man is again anijry wltt
himself when he returns to reason.-*
I'uhlius Syrus.
A   Fruitarian  Diet.
\   fruitarian   diet   consists   of   the
fruits  nf  trees  (like  apples,   oranges,
bananas and olive.si. the fruits of bushes (like eiirrniiis und raspberries), the
fruits nf plants (like strawberries nud
melon, lentils and  benns and cucumbers), the fruits of grasses (like wheat
and barley nnd  maize ond  oats),  (lie
fruits of nut trees (from  filbert  to CO- :
coanut),    together   with    some   earth
fruits (like potatoes), und a modicum of
vegetables und salads.   To these may i
be   added   butter,   milk,   honey   and'
cheese, although their production is nol
so free from risk of contamination und
animal Infection us is tbe case with the'
products of lit" vegetable kingdom nnd I
lhe    world    of    fruits.     I Irown    undi r i
healthy conditions, with diseased spec!
inen.-i e.isy in detect nnd remove, il Is
fnr more possible to live healthily and
woll   ui    n   fruitarian  dietary   tlmn
upou   the  products  of   Mm  slaughter
, i, ���r...
H  THE
INVIGTliS
o
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A     ho ���   .  .���   wi ll-di -    ed   i
Costs enouc ,        irn    ��� po
shoe, but 1    as lon      I
this character     in bo     ild    ���  .
���I ::
e nee     i  i,. a11  ��� ,'.
Men who want appearance, satisfying wear, and solid comlort,
Should  wear the "Invictus Shoe."
Made   by   GEO.  A.  SLATER
Men's  Mulehide,  Blucher-cut Boots,  Duk-Bak
Waterproof Soles $5.50 pair
The Best Boo: made in Canada today is the Invictus Box Calf, Heavy Duk-Bak Soles, for
men; a strictly waterproof boot....
 $5.00 pair
TRY AN INVICTUS
HUSTON'S
tIG SHOE HOUSE
R3
C-rfurctbia St.
New Westminster. B. C.
'u_____,_,i_..,___ ,_*_an
4raaai;rfsatBa
OF INTEREST TO YI
It will be to your interest to
watch this space for thc next
thirty days, as we haw |
chased it to place before you
lists of Xmas bargains.
Our stock of Preserved Fruits
i.s now all in.
C. A. WELSH
The PEOP
GR0CE1
NEW CHIIN
- New   Glasswan
Just Arrived
A For >-
-Christmas 1
We will be pleased to have
Vol*   CALL    '-.,        INSPECT   IT.
ADAMS <k
THE CITY GROCERY
Gilley Bros
We wish to call the attention of the (Bousing) public to our new and
varied stock of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay (-(l"
Clavburn, B. C <��S0AV. 0_C I '�����
THI-: DAILY -TEWS
SJ
the [Local News Briefly ToM
ASH STORE
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'"'������   '' ���     ���    '    ���'������",   left   ii,-  pla ,-.   en  the mall ca-
. ��� Al
'   riei   '    ean I.   The driver whipped u i
his   'an '���    and  li'    i il   along   Fron!
���   .'   2.40 clip, while the  train
'nl
o    he  I 0.
gathere I  speed In the distance.   The
��� ���   "    ;aine I on ll ������ train gradually,
���, ���.'.
'-"   I, on Thu -        jand when by the fruil cannery, loped
'   '���>" purj ��� ��� ,,    along neck  and  neck  with the train,
while a  . econ i   ,ai  .    Itrew   the mall
... bags Into the c u
- 'ta      ��� r, iiin iiorl
'   '""lay with   i la           ,      of lo-'. .        , ���       ��� ,          ,    ,
.,��� ,  ,, A   matrlmonla   tangle between   Mr.
>iuu Ba    dls   I- ,, ,i
K    '' and Mrs.   Vdolph Rouleau, of Nlcomen
Island, occupied  the  attention  of the
Ther ,- .,   . magistrate in tbe distrlcl court yester-
nn      .      .,     i    it ,    'l;'v morning.   The lord and master of
PA', ol  the Olive |   ',l"  household  was  charged   with   ill
morrow  evening ,'cloi treating his wife, bul the parties con
cerned   arrived  al   i   unit iml arrange-
:-; ,wi11 '    ' the   ment,  Umil.'an   agreeing   to  pay   bis
I 'his evening fo wife $:>') and to take care of the chii
' '     ' ��� Hy ol   Iren, the parties agreeing to separate.
1   :":i'    ,: ���*���   ��� of t       cana    Routes t was also niub ted In the sum
'I   B   C      ���     Inter   nl 145 cosi - of the c
���  '���  ' itlL'Il :   '        a,,-'.
leckwear
JUST    IIN    THIS    MORNING
Dreams of beauty in Chiffon, Lace, Silk and Crt
MeChene---specially bought for the Christmas trade.
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don (1 renins
��� :     ���   ������'-   " ��� i     .       i-jrlal,
ti
lo l.e li urie          ... ,            ,;
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ba
���  ���    ,     Reichen-
��� ���'"I  ��� i  1' lumberman   em-
liloyed al   Hudson's camp, h id an un-
lileasanl       k    enci        ently, when ha
a h's.
Crepe
liffon Collars, nicely trimmed, at 35c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $2, $3
llll Collars, at 35c, 75c, $1.25        Lace Collars, at 15c and 25c
Collar Tops, with Ties, at 50c and 75c
ong Lace Ties, plain and fancy, at
40c, 75c, Sl. S1.23, $1.75, $2, S3
Ik Belts, black and col ir id, ai 35c to $2
leather Belts, at 35c. 75c. El. 1.26
lastic Belts, of pure silk elastic, with beautiful
buckles, at 1.50, 2.00 to 3.00
lorae verj'attractive Collar Sets, Necklets, and long
ties of Crepe de Chene, from 6.50 each down.
These just came in, so haven't time for accurate des-
fiption, but will be in the window this week.
managed io lose him sell In the �� , id ���
be an i Millside, and wandered around
until mo iine iei ire he could find a
ben waj ��� u ol I ��� bush. About 7 o'clo.k
in thi mo ning he 11 icovered thai lc
had wandered around in a circle an I
ha i ret in ne I to Sa iperton. Mr. Fisher
uromises thai he wlll not leave th ���
citj again afte lai , one nlghl In the
bush  is quite enough  for hlm.
Ull a ��� ',',:' ll        _h
��� , :       ��� nabas'
a and   evening.    A large nun artl suii
for  Cl                          ivill be  of-
1  ������ i  ' '���     ile, an iments  will
A  Fan-on* Old  Rotldlnfr.
Evensoug mus held tbe other day on
������'''"��� of   the site ui' tho ancient oratory of St.
'  ������  Royal Citj hotel, who :- charged   Gwlthlan, oi f the mauy Irish saints
wi a having negl cted    i  illow a clear   who descended  upon Cornwall In  the
���'  ol ,     .a   lasi Sunday, will   fifth nnd sixth centuries.    In a waste
yyym-r :,,rmi -.'*���������
Men's Full Dress Suits
We are handling a full line of the above goods ; p
p also Tuxedo Coats.    These goods have a style and $
i-.in ;������ called in     ; iiici in tins ,,f <'""1 """* the Godrevy lighthouse, | finish you can't get from your local tailor. Nearer |
 ,   i  ..   .    whicb marks the eastern horu of St\ v _.i              i    _        i                     _. * 1   _ *��
"���'���'��� " ' "-  iv,., bay, iie wi..,! are regarded as the $ the market and more up-to-date. p
            '     ...      .1 ......      ,���...l     .1...     ,...!,., >_ $
New
267(VfumUSt- VlUfeiiuhr
-*I��_a-a^ii__j__��____J
remains of the oldest Christian build
,,.    .anned cal-   lng in England.   Tho nave bulges with
mon   waa  brough!  it, on the  steamer   ^j""1   ;"   ��"*   !"v"!   '"'   ']"'   P|n'n  i""1
...       , , ,   ,.   , ,        through   i  grass covered  lull,ick over
rransfi    yesterdaj   md discharged a    ..      .      ,- ,   ,    ,, ,
tin-  demolished   altar   protrude  a   few
'  eeve - innery,  where It   will  be   ,,������,,, gtone8     Durlng ., sl���nnv ntght
' I   until  arrangements  are made   0f IS28 the satid shifted aud revealed
, a   shipment,    The salmon   was   the lines of a structure aboul  forty-
��� I   at   the   Imperial   cannerj   "t   eight   feel  long by twelve foe!  wide,
Steve    in with a priest's doorway, n small win
dow, traces of <titi,' benches and an
receni      i   a.,    ted  I ig, S orm    altar nf masonry now gone as tho re-
Kii ike its     ial  trl i     i-mor-' suit of   tlie   building  being  forthwith
m,     ; lei lii      1 ni . ;    "'*i'''1 'ls ;l cowshed.   London Globe.
,    .-'   : ' icl   & Bla all I-
,  ovi ner .    The  Santa   King ts
In   Vancouver,   where   the  DI TDI  If       NOTIPF'
and     ,   ,    ruDLit    nun^L.
. tailed
pt Dress Suits, Silk Lined coats,  $3 1 .OO   the Suit p
l*s Tuxedo Coats, Silk Lined $21 .OO I
% Full Drees   Vests,  white  and cream  colored. .
,   . .    the extra  I  of p
pill ���   as  II   : -   ..   ,
aa,a il   it   CO.
A meeting of those who hive sub-
���'"- scribed their names to and those who
��� are Inti resl I in I he establishment of
a V. M. C. A. or similar Institution,
In the i itj of N'ew Wi sl nlnster, to be
run mi the broad lines of unsectar-
ianisni," s. iii I e held in be Citj Hall
on T a-,tj.- ,,' ening :. N'. tii" llth
Inst.,  il     o'i lm gested that
,i    swimming    tai      and   gymnasium
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The Wardrobe Clothier
COLUMBIA    ST.
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. A FINE BOOK JUST RECEIVED
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Ralph   Connor s   Latest
1 lie Doctor
PRICE   $1.25���AT
J  MACKAY & CO. I
,,   i de Inipro. emeu s  an
I 1. i ol ��� Ti init;
round     n  the
lined and 1 -������ I  t ���
Inie before    ie woi
t'teil  an ! there wil   be a gre.it
,,..,,   shall be anion      ie featui is of ihis in-
ent In the elm n-l-
the  lime  th t   I    in mien   g< I   <,ll'"i"1"
This     meet ing   won! i    have    been
called   tdlis   week,    iui   civic  elections
aI'*  an I   other   mei tings   ha ,i    absorbed
,:    tlie  ] ''���' 'cou      I this  , v-e|.   evening
i a n s v c h
, fuiij ��� I    fln arms
:      e windows of the Sapperl in
['lie buys havi
Iln heir little rifles o
ilie,      I ,        a    io,l   to
t]  i]    a,a  ,   ,    111     II
PUBLIC
MEETING
Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID TN-
CREASING  DEMAND  FOR OUR
- Sugar Cured =====
Breakfast Bacon and Hams
Boek ell.
-tJ.e-n.r.
N.u .u.aler
I,    taken fron    a   sm t
1       ���'
i    ���       i of Ken        ' uet,   3 t
. , ��� ivlm
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1  I   ..   bloi  .   -'
isi i  for Indu
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all :
11
Iii compliance v ill, the  request of a
number of lhe ratepayers, nml a resolution , f Coun til,  I hereby call a public
ii ciin ; of the ratepaj ers, to be held in
,'  the
Council Chamber, City Hal),
ON
1 REICHENBACH COMPANY, H
'. C Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
t
FRIDAY, the 7th inst.. at 6 P. M.
and to l"' continued i n Saturday, at
,..    . ,, the same h iur, it" necessary.
ed   rock >��� p, business of the meeting will be
if  Ca i.a ; to hear reports from the retiring Coun-
varded    M cii and School Trustees, and to give the
i'ii,, ,., crushed i       Is grov candidates for Aldermen an opportunity
lng verj   repaldl      ind a "' _0 state  iheir  views on civic affairs.
'��� ,|!" Lady ratepayers are specially invited to
chmond. in |���, ,!,.,,.,,,,,.
���<>' W. li. KEARY,
, ' Mayor.
Mayoi's Offlce, Citj Hull,
Mer.   I.  1906.
ONE OF MA
A FIRST-CLASS HOME
LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY
. .
Manufacturers and Of tiers in All Kinds of
,Umber.   Lath,   Shingles.    Mouldings.   Sash,   Doors, '
Interior Finish,     1 turned Work,    Etc.
Fish nnd Fruii Boxes.
Large Clock Plain and Fancy Glass.
tFAI    ERS ATTENTION!
' U,nfcer  '> aj . in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Tf; ' Citj/ Sranch, Columbia St.
Our Iar 1 Is i iie   'xl   i
.���.   It is as    ire
leuba
��� .
NOTICE
��� ii i
| ��� stone
six Inch    -tee
tri    ���
.        . ,  ,   ��� ,    Pi!    Lake qua
,s; .rday and  broughl  tt.
the Linda.   A new shafl   vii    n	
be   made  tor the  crusher,   md   ll   Is
,,,.,, to make ll an inch thicker
old one     rhe  ihafl  Is only
long,   and   how   force,
,en   applied to
,.,.  , im    The new shafl
,. ready for use In
atel  ' ,,,.".
1
-2 acres of first-class land, about 30 acres Improved; excellent
bearing orchard, standard varieties of fruit ���reach, Apple, Pear, Plums,
Prunes, Walnuts; good dwelling house and outbuildings; centrally situated; good roads; store, telephone, post ofiice, school, church, ; 11 convenient; excellent transportation facilities.
Price  $5,200,  quarter cash, balance 6 per cent.
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commc*
There will be a meeting
To-Night
AT   8   P. M.
IN THE
Liberal Club Rooms
FOR THE PURPOSE
Temporary Premises: Trapp B?ock
'eiepb
>ne 12.
New Westminster
The  .,, >ad  :l   "������'*'  ":m'"'v
'S^^SSI    OF ORGANIZATION
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
#n
Telephone 302
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' THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY
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i  r inn
Perhaps the mart portentous If tft-
accent Incident ln the proceeding,
lending up to England's war with
King Theodore of Abyssinia itm-a I
.hum!, bite. The British consul was
practically a prisoner at his court
���when Mr. Stern, a British missionary,
called upon the "kiiiK of kings." The
first mistake of the Englishman was
to seek an audience immediately after
the king hail dined too liberally with
tils court. The second was his choosing
n. Interpreters two utterly incompetent
men. The inefficiency of this pair so
angered tbe dusky monarch tbat then
and there he ordered them to be beat- j
en. Mr. Stern, "unable to bear the j
sight, turned around and bit his
thumb." Now, he wns not aware ol
It. but to bite the thumb is ln Abyssinia a defiance and a threat of vengeance. Tbe quick eye of the king I
eauj-bt the innocent menace, and be
lind the missionary also beaten. From
Hint sprang the war, the defat of the
forces of tbe king and his dentil by his
own linnd in his ruined city of Mag-
dala.��� London Standard.
The Dominion Trust Company
OFFER
The following Valuable RESIDENTIAL
.. .PROPERTY and FARM LANDS...
TOGETHER   WITH
The Finest Selection of VACANT LOTS
in the City of New Westminster
���POR
Tin-   ..ternal   W ll-l.rii. ������.
We slill have our "unmaustlfled"
pin ces. And there shall come to us fl
wilderness here nnd another there
where now there Is none, for everything moves in circles, which is not at
all n new discovery, and the man who
today laments n dearth of the wilderness may live long enougb to find himself one day wielding nn as ns dull :is
tbe pen lie now bewails with���and loi-
ty miles from a grindstone. We shnil
not remonstrate with the writers who I
nre picturing us going to eternnl smash
for want of till! timber. Their work is
not without its good effect In staying
the denudation of our nearby recreation grounds, nnd we are content to
watch the wily old wilderness creeping
up in the renr of the advancing army
of Invasion, reaching out with sure, silent finders nnd reclaiming her own,
building anew her razed stockades and
unfurling to the .Muds ber defiant bannerets.- Recreation.
1312.���1G0 acres, small log house, barn .
22 x 40 with lean-to for stabling; 6
or 7 acres cleared;   15 acres partly
logged;   'S'u   fruil   trees:   good   lan l.
Offi rs wanted,
1315���Abbotsford; 160 acres; no improvi ments; supposed to be some
good i e.lar upon this propertj   Price
$800.
1316.���160 acres. Matsqui; excellent
land; good improvements; is acres
cleared; barn, house, etc.; good
well; spring creek. Price J'*'"1:
$300 casli. balance terms 6 per cent.
balance second growth timber; sod      Laud
clay   and   sandy   loam:    free    from   minstei
stones and above high water: good
locality for fruit; 200 bearing tree.-;
small barn, bouse and shed;  distant
one mile  from  Silverdale  post  office;  "4 mile from C.P.R. track; a',
miles from Mission;  ::'_ miles from
Ruskin.   Price $2,000, $800 cash, balance 6 and 1. months a1 6 ; ei i enl
interesl.
Land Registry Act
Re Loi 484, croup l (except two parts
conveyed), New Westminster District,
A   Certificate  of Indefeasible  Title
to the above property will be issued
to Rhoda McKamey on tlie 29th  day
of December, li*0���. unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made
Ui me in writing by a person or persons  claiming an  estate or Interesl
i'.n rein, < r in any part thereof.
C. S  KEITH,
Distrlcl Registrar ol Titles.
Registry   Office.  New West-
B.C . 2l8t  November, 1906.
lie:!.���Mi   acre'
small house;
$1,500 cash.
_u    acres    cleared;
rood situation  Pi i ;<
The   Hum   of   Inner...
Simply because a bee bus no ears on
the sides of its bend it is no sicii whatever that ii ls wholly without some
sort of an auditory nerve. '1'bis is '
proved by ihe fact that grasshoppers,
crickets, locusts and flies all have their
ears situated lu queer places���under
thc wings, on the middle of the body
and even on the sides of their legs.
Tbe common house fly does its hearing by means of some little rows of
corpuscles which are situated on the
knobbed threads which occupy the
place which nre taken up by the hind
Wings of other species of Insects. Tlie
garden slup or shelless snnil has Its
organs of hearing situated on each
side of its neck, and the common
grasshopper hns them on each of its
broad, flat thighs. Iu some of the
smaller insects tbey are nt the buses
of the wings and in others on tlie bottom of the feet.
1317.���N.W. l4 -sec. 29, township 13;
160   acres:    dwelling   house,   i'_-
stutey. hewed log, 4 looms; orchard,
seii'.-ted fruits, 30 trees; land easily
cleared; 10 acres have been clearoJ,
but largely grown up again with alder brush. Price $10 per acre; $500
cash, balance on time. 6 per cent.
1320.��� lt'id acres: excellent soil; good
road on two sides: opposite town
hall; school, store, post office and
steamboat landing two and a half
miles; church two miles; in acres
improved and fenced: good neighborhood.   Price $1,200.
1321.���160 acres: good soil; several
acres cleared and fenced : small
house and orchard of bearing fruit
trees; one aud a half miles south if
Vale road; school and ims: office
two and a quarter miles. Price $900.
1-07.���178 acres; dyked and pretty-
well under cultivation. Price $25
jier ace.
The person or persons having in their
custody   or  possession the   following
, Title Heeds relating to the said prop-
erty are requested to deliver the same
to the undersigned:
12th  December, 1895���Robi tt Granville McKamey to Thomas Robert Mc-
Kame., conveyance In fee.
MARTIN, WEART A_  McQUARRIE,
Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New  Westminster, B.C,
Agent.
THEY ALL COME BACK
1409.���160 acres; excellent land; five
acres cleared: small cabin and barn;
two miles from school; "'_ miles
from  steamer  landing, store,   post
Evi
ry one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
office and church:
Price $1,000.
really good place.
1500.���160  acres:    no   Improvements.
Price $600, on any reasonable terms.
1501.���40   acres;
Price  $400.
no   improvements,
1400.���li'n   acres;
six
' 1502.���160 acres; 10 acres cleared and ���
seeded down:  _ acres orchard; one
acre garden; good new dwelling. _0 I
x  30  feet,  7  rooms  and cellar;   not
yet  plastered;  cost   to  date   $1,000; I
small barn. 10 x 30 feet; never failing    stream   running   through   this I
icres  cleared,!    property.   Price $3,000, cash.
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, beoaus
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything it Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream.       -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
THOS. R. PEARSON
MANAGER
Columbia Street, Next Bank of Commerce
requirements,   purchase   tbe   land   at
$i.oo an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding ioo acres.
The patent for a mining location
shal' provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2$. per cent, of the sales
of the products  of  the  location.
PLACER MIXING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon'
Territory: Placer mining cla'm. generally are ioo feet square, entry fee
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bir or bench, the former being too
feei lon,? and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding IOOO feet. Where sttam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renew
able in the discretion ot the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee', right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
fnr first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royal y .ame as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, t-iver and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet, All other placer claims
"hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notice?. Entry must be obtained within
ten day- if the claim is within ten
miles ot the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or
claim must hold
tificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, en the output on which no royalty shall bf
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent on the
value of the gold shipped from the
'eet to the rights of all persons who
^FES3I0NM.
WHITESIDE 4   ,   ,
ters and   ���     ',   0NDS,
Columbia   st,,,.   ' S 'rs' Black),
W. J. Whiteside! li j  J.-*"*.
'    " t'llBd]
arssafi?*',
omce. New Westtn,^.   _
Martin, weabt & M.QU,
V barristers, solicitor. �� A'
flees: New Westminster *_��, .
corner Clarkson and L., ^'
Vancouver, rooms 21 to _4 _,-
ville street. Jaseph Marti, i
W. Weait, w. ,, mu, ;,5
Bourne. Mr. Martin
Westminster offices
ternoon
*l* tie ij!
,;VeT Filial
H
company  staking  _
a  free  miner's  cer-
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties h;,ve- or who tna>' receive entries for
Short Orders Quickly Served. bar diggings or bench claims except
Q
MRS. M. M. COOK.
Proprietress.
Trapp Block.
Columbia St.
Wn.    ttf   One   Man.
He was romantic, but bashful for his
aj_e. At twenty-five it is expected
nowadays that a man should be matter
of fact. She was bis equal In romance,
but a trifle older, old enough Indeed it*
be a widow. Tbe conversation bad
turned on the ever Important subject
of raoUiers-ln-lnw. There was a lull In
the argument. Gazing far. she sighed
nud said:
".\b. me! 1 shall never have another
mother in law!"
He looked at ber with Interest for n
moment nud then . udde ily blurt sl oul:
"My mother died when I was very
young!"
It was an Inadvertence, but he '"till
not draw back. SI e threw herself iniu
bis arms, and they have lived happily���
up to now.    New Vork Press.
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
The   Sliet-ri   Drives   the   Wolf.
The wolf will perish, eat,-a up by the
sheep. The sheep is not what a vainglorious folk have Imagined. The
sheep presses forward, Irresistible
driving before him lions and tigers,
driving before bim man.
Man?
Yes, man. Ask those thousands of
English, those th uisnnds of Scotch,
those :'. ms inds of Irish, who bave
been d   ren        .     to the si n by Hocks
ol ehei p, urgi I ������' l\.  .     , ;
i ��� etor      ill,"
Ue lus'-'l
COME IN AND INSPECT OCR HUGE NOTICE
AND COMPLETE SIOCK OF	
Christmas
lla   11-M    l.iruii',i;i,
��� ' ���
on the tops    ���   ��� - . ;   Bill 5 , ���; and
tt." ; ;. rai     .- ;     ���.    '      It is III
by 1      ;   ������ ���    t both classes ol
true! nstrono
:���������   ���       .\s 1 t the time of Job,
nearlj  2.0W ,. Christ, 1
of the stars 1    I li   ;, d  , Ide i .  to c
stellati er of Job  men
tions   .returns. Oi   ���, ,   d Pli     es as
1 ������:;,..   familiar.     :       ���     lern  scleuc
dates ! tlie 1      rs of Copi ri icus
'l: cl " l't  :������..- i Nev. 1 m.
nmiiiv   LotiRe. it...
'Ta, Mi ���' usi li h : red to 1 e very old.
didn'l In ' '
"Yes, : ��� son, about 060 years. 1 believe: . then, as far as I can learn,
Ihen ���. , .-: nbout as much d iing
1'" > ear ... those days as there is
l ... Ul . -,- :. iw " Watson's . 1 ....
I
tppreeiatlon.
Dear Docl 11    Inclosed And cl 1; for
professlo al -er-, .ees rand,"-ed by you
(0 1: y lan . ele, 1 thank you for : ou ���
real In tin 1 utter nnd shall not fail t 1
:ee imme, I . -it' ill 1 ��� other wealthy
relatives.���Meggi r Blatter.
just arrived and including
Diamond Rings
Watches
Jewelery
Beautiful Gift
Umbrellas
Jewel Cases
AND
Novelties
of all kinds
We have made arrangements
with the Xew Westminster Has
Company to handle their
COKE
output ��� xtel  ��� ively.   At pn  ��� n!
' I ���   lemt nd is largely in es ci,
p]   ,-, bul    rdi      will   be
filled in rotation a   quickly as
��� a    i lon't ��� -ait until vou
are     .:.   bul   ordi r   ahead
avoid   '  appo ntment.
���
Prices Right.   No trouble to
show goods.
Iti fi     I es v ell ordere ' I', ������������ is always  '   ���    firm,   sweel   temper,   ivi  ch
Controls   -,   th mt   . e 'inlng   to  ti* tti I
The Ur eks repr   ented persuasion as
Bulwer
t C, CHAMBERLIN
THE JEWELER      Columbia St.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hogs
FOR   SALE
Young breeding stock of prize-win-
:  ng , nlm i -    Come and see or writi
������ li | hi i.e.
VV. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Tei, ; hone .1 17S.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal   lands   may     be     pur
ha ii,'.  at   . 10 per acre  1 ir 51 .ft
md   $20   :  r   anthracite,     Not   more
th ni 320     res 1   n be a qu-in d by one
pany.      Royalty   1 I
the rate of ten c< nts pt r ton of 2000
nds shall bi       It   ted on the ��
output.
QUARTZ-Persons     of     eighteen
y< ai -  ai d over and joint  stock   ti im
panic* holding free miners' certil   ati -
may obtain entry for a mining  I
tion.
A free miner's certincate is granted
for one or more years, imt exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of . 7 50
per annum for an individual, and irom
$50 to Smo per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A   free   miner,   having   discovered
PAYS   THE   HIGHEST   mineral  m   place,  may  locate  ��  claim
[500x1500   feet   by   marking   out   the
suite  with   two  legal  posts,  bearing
location  notices,  one  at  each   end  of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim sli all be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's ofiice, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction The
fee f'T recording a claim is $5,
At least ?ioo mu-t bc expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. Whi
Light and Heavy Hauling \^Jr^\ZtX r't%
>-fie<. "1 'one 186.      Ware  rooue 127   made and upon complying with other
and
Co.
H. A. Belyea
Telephone   150
FARMERS!
Eke Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE    EOR    HIDES.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage  delivered
part of the city.
promptly to iny
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the le'-ee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each -ive miles
but where a person or company h.s
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
lease,',. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after  it  exceeds $10,000.
I'ridging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for 8 term of
20 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 tbe v t of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each live miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yuk, n Territory to be paid to the
comptroller.
No free miner shall r^cive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
��� , h separate river, creek nr milch,
but the same miner may hold any
nui ber of claim-, by purchase, and
fri" mil ��� rs may work their cla ms
in t artnership by filing notice and'
','������ ��� ������ fi ������ of $2. A claim may be
'1   and  another  obtained   on
tht    , -, ek,   gulch   1 r   river,  by
-��� ���    g notice and paying a  fee
\\ ork   must   be   di ine   on   a   claim
h yi    r to the value of at  leas! $200
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a frce miner.
lhe boundaries of a claim may be
defii - 1 ibsolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Ga.ette.
Petroleum All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
wi st Ti rritories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
I etroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of I92O acres ror
such period as lie may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times tiie breadth. Should the pros-
pe t r discover nil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area nut exceeding 640
' -. including the oil well, will be j
sold to the prospector at the rate of,
Jt an acre, and the remainder of tlie,
tract reserved, namely. 1280 acres,1
will be sold at the rate of ?. an acre!
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
'.WAY,   REID  &  BOWES Bai
ters,   Bolii .     ���:.   eiC|'',
street,   opposite   1 \\ n
Westminster.   A   v. I ealler, poi
241.
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Hu:.,
Solicitor, rjiii, 1.,.,, i^,,',.'"
iia and McKenzle Btreets,.Neij
minster, li. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. Bart
and Notarj  P .J
1891  at New   .' ������ ���,   ;, |
liees removed 10 1 mis Block [
son   strei t, 1 ,���   Couri 1
P.O   Box 169     1    e :. :.. ���!
BOARD OF TRADE.���New West)
ster Board of Trade meets 1
Board Room, City Hall, asi
Second  Wednesda.  ofeac.i
Quarterly meetings on the 1
Wednesday    of     Kebruarr,
Ai-gust and November, at.
Annual meetings   on  the
Wednesday    of    February,
members   may   be   propose' I
elected at any monthly or pa]
meeting.   A. K. W_d'e, Sec.
SECRET  SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F.i.
���The    regular   meeting 0!
ls held on the First Wedn
each  month, at  v o'clock j
the   Masonic   Temple.   Sojw
hrethren are cordially InriteiU
tend.       Dr.  W, A. DeWo
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, HO.fl
F.   &   A.   M���Reeuiar ccuf
tlons of this lodge are he!'
second Tuesday In eac-i mod
Masonic Temple, st 8 [1 z.
lng  brethren  are     rdla
to attend.   D. W, Gilchr;
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTWH
R. B. K. of I.. ���"���'- ������'��� ;:l
fourth Friday of each month,*
p. m��� in Orange hall, ��*"l
Roval avenue and John street. |
journing Sir Knights cordia.j
vited to attend. W. E. Dua.opJ
P.:   E. E. Matthias, Reg
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO.I
���Meets In Oral
third Friday In <���'a itmn-lni]
m. Visit im.- brethren irecw
Invited to a it-ral. E. E. M'1JI
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Setj
I
O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No.
Tbe regular meetings ol 11
are held In Od Ifel   tn b
bin -treet. ever;  Monday m
at  S o'clni'k.    V.   " :.     :������;,���-
.lially Invited I ' :   ' ' "
N 1;   v,. 1   ''
ay,
\. O. U. W.��� FRASER
���Meetings the first ana
dav    In     each    tt   nth
brethren cord
l-odge room. A. 0. "��� "���
fellows' block, Cla
S, Corrlg 01. recorder;  l>
master workn an.
LO.0-I
lodoe
POSE   OF  COLUMBIA
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND
Hod Rose Degree 1
Fi urth VSi
In  K. of P. ll
s p. in., v.: Ite ;:
Wed: ���
time  ind
cordiallv    Invln
combe, Pre
E
COURT BRUNETTE. No,
���Meets the I'
S  o'clock, In
4099, II
I
month   at
hall,   Oddfell      '   ';"":,   ..-fl
brethren are ' S ���. f,|
tend.    ,!.   B.   RU '''"��' L'
Maxwell. H. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA^
a- o. F.-The ;������.;,,",���.
this Lodge are hell or1      ^
and Foui th Tuesda)
Visiting   Bn I  ���������" ���', yV[l\i.s\
vited t" atten I,   '���    '
F. P. Maxwi 11, *-'' ���
THE   ROYAL
PERANCE mei
at  8 o'clock p.
Hall,   Columbia
Brethren are con
tend. Ceo- B'"'r
Sec.
TEMPLARS,0,;)]
,Vin'S"f?l
m- '".     vi>'
street.
lially lnv��e
s. C; N'B'
^0 BiHja
Deputy
terior.
Dept. Interior.
W. W. CORY,
of the  Minister  of  tlie
SONS OF SCOTLA^-fy
In
SOCIATIO
CAMP, 191.���Meel
Third Tuesday 0
K.   of   P. Hal1'
Chief.   .!.  J.  1'
nil tl'
every
John
Rec
Mc nEsdav
DEC. o. 1903-
THE DAILY NEWS
Royal Bank of Canada Timber Notices
i��
���
security to depositor-:    START NOW to save your ...
regret it.   People do harder things every day anj have
l<- to
_ill never
show tor 't
(jpens an account.    Put it in your pocket, it would prob-
,1  ONE DOLLAR  deposited every week with us will ia
am0unt ' ��� $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
0PEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
I   hereby given I , u
ite   I   intend to   ip il.
II
���    ,i   B
to the
ning as follows: 40 chains north, 1601
chains    west,    pi   chains   .south,   hin
(hain..   east   'i   point  of   commencement,   containing   M'l  acres,  more   or
les..
COUNCIL MEETINGS
EDOLLA
notbins,
2. Commencing   at   a  ;���)-���   marked
Commissione,   ot   Lands  VV. M's S.W. Corner,  planted on the
is ior a special license I i cut   a��rth iiank of the Kildala river, about
two miles up from t.he mouth, running
as follows: 40 chains north, 120 chains
east, 80 chains south. Pi chains west,
I" chains   north,   so chains   west to
WESTMINST��K   BHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
���  awaj  timber from uir foi-
lescribed   lan.;.-.   .-,;��� ,,o,.<   ,,.,
���l ' rm, Coast Hi.--iia-. h.c.
���Commencing a- a post plant-
;  ** io i- onc mile from the   ie id of
lala Arm, on the south ban . of -lie
Arm, running  as   follows:   .0  chains
containing
YSON & SONS
jESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON having
now dissolved partnership, the business will be
tarried on as heretofore by BRYSON & SONS
point   of   commencement
010 acres, more or less.
3. Commencing at. a post marked
VS. M.'.s N.E. Corner, planted on the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
SO chains east. 80 chains north tive and a half miles up the river
���) shore, then along shore to p dm of from the mouth, running as follows:
commencement. 10 chains south, 160 chains west, 40
No. s-Commenciug at a posi plant- <rl*""*n'' north' 16�� chaln3 east t0 point
ed  about oue mile up Fall cree    ou
the  east  bank of  creek-
Davis' statute labor for 1905 from tie'
list:      '
Wilson-Barrow: That W. H. Melem ;
Burnaby   Council ��� .. aoynej that i' is necessary for hi :i
1 ouncil mei Saturday, Dee. 1, Reeve j to pay a retail trader's license imm i-
i! '���"��������� and all councillors being pres-1 dlataly.
From .1.  Pelly, advising of writ is-
A deputation addressed the council, sued ai the suit of Mrs. McKenzie and
asking Eo   endorsation of ihe proposal others.    Received and file!,
that   Central   Park  should   he chosen!    j.-: ,.,, j
as the site for the university.    They : ___$��__
also asked for a gran! of $_r, toward
H. Brownlee.   Received and
containing   640
UP-TO-DATE  STOCKS  OF
ot     commencement
acres, more or les3.
running  -is      l. Commencing   at   a   post  marked
follows:   -i   chains   east,   80   chains  W.  M.'s N.W. Corner, planted on the
south. SO chains west, more or le-., ���,,  u"r;il 1,ilnk of the Kildala river, about
ci   ek,  then  along   creek   to
, ommencement.
No
'li" necessary expenses of canvassing
committee
Mr. Brownlee, surveyor, submitted
plan of subdivision of the Guichon es-
tate, Centra! Park. The reeve was
authorized to sign the name.
Mr. Morden submitted draft plan of
proposed subdivision of part of district lot lis.
Tie- third reading of the Burnaby
highway by-law, 1906, was set f()r next
meeting, on Deo. ir,.
, unt ol
tdware, Ranges, Stoves, Tinware,
ijaniteware and Enamel Goods -
WYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
irruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
low Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
[he Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER.  B.C.
X". 11
A petition 'ii 'he B. c. Electric Ita 1
five in I a ha'.: miles up the river from ; nay Co., asking for a service of pas-
'li"   mouth,   running as  follows:   160   senger   cars   from   the   Sixth   streel
laina   east,    p>   chains   south.    160  (Burnaby) station to the Junction sta-
Commencing .y post ., inted  chains   west, 'n chains tae-!, to point   tion, via tin- oil rout", was presenl id
ne mile up Fall Creek  on easl   "���   commencement,    containing    Hi"  for endorsation.    Tlie  reeve and  the
la :n ,,-)   icres, more or les-. clerk were authorized to sign and seal
���",.   Commencing   it   a     ist  m irked1 the s in ������
W. M.'s .VE. Corner,  planted mi the      a   petition   prepared   by   tha   New
oui i bank of -he Kildala arm. about  Westminster  board  of trade  was re-
one mile fi im the mouth of the river,   celved   from   ii. T. Thrift.    The got
i inning   is  : dlows:   so chain, south,  ernmenl of B  ���'. was requested there-
��� I '-ii lins west, S I chain- q irth to the
i ire   :;i". thence :' illowlng .-':. ire I.t,"
' ' poinl of ' immencement, containing
040 acres, more or less.
'1. Commen 'ing a- a p ist ni irked
W. .M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
"ast bank of the Dala river, about
ten chains easterlj from the mouth,
run n in
I   .Ml     ||
���  ������ ol ��� ree . ioinlng Nn. -
���   -'   i-:        ini lng   a -   follows:   160
chains   south,    1"   chains    .-est,   160
a  .    no    i,  lu i bains ",-:  to point
if ' immencement.
���   ���   immi a a.- ,.    isi       ited
a   '.'   ! miles up Dal i it:, ���
mout ii,  on   the  north   1 ink  ol
inning as   foil in -.   i       .. ilns
. SO ch tins north, 12i ch lins ease,
l'i' hains south, more or li ss, to l iver,
then along river to poinl ���,:  : rnmence-
.ti . -.-." ��� nslderatlon t,, the developing of tlie country's resources
and to assist tu solving the labor problem.    The mat ter was laid over.
Arrangements for the opening i :
Tenth avenue, between the city of
New Westminster and  Burnaby, were
ommeni ing n . .-��� planted
ratified.    With   a view to completing
"  Eollows' ;" chalns east, 10  ,-,,. ..,u,;, road from Tenth avenue . ,
a "���   '' -������������'��� ^om the mouth, on  chains north, 10 chains east, 80 chains
the north bank of Dala River, running J north to the river, thence :" .Mowing
' ' 'Hows: 10 chains north, SO chains river to point of commencement, con-
chains  north  and   80 chains  taining 610 acres, more or less.
icate i Augusl 27, 1906.
PURE GOODS ARE
.OWail'S Perfection COCOS.
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Wan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
___________________________________rrSB-__________________________i
east, 1" i hains * mth, more i less, to
rivi r, then al mg river to pi inl of commencement.
No. 12���Commencing at a p ist pi inted about four miles up from the mouth
of the Dala River, on south 'iank,
running as follows: !���' chains east, 10
.���.-.ms   north,   120   chains   east,    40
(Locator) WILLIAM MOODY,
per Frank Van lall, Agent.
tlie  North  Arm  road, th t clerk   v. i -
directed to write asking that, the gov-
ernmenl beat half the cos- of making
i the road.
The petition of settlers in the Lake
district,  asking  that Bainbridge  road
From H. Bose, re changes lo municipal clauses act.
Stade-Barrow: That the communication be referred to Uie reeve and
Councillors Reeves and Ashwell lo
make suggestions and reply to same.
From the Northern Electric ,_._.g.
Co., Ltd.    Received and filed.
From P. ll. Wilson, secretary public
meet ins, re purchase of water works
system.
Stade-Evans: That the communication he received and tiled and that
Joseph Scott be appointed to formulate and circulate a petition for Inlaw to purchase water works system
and explain same.
Evans-Wilson: Thai the < illectorbe
authorized lo strike off all statu! i
labor shown as performed on J. H.
Toop's labor list  for 1905.
From B. D. Treiheway, D. Nevin, H.
T. Thrifi and .1. I). Macdonell, r ived and filed.
Frum W. II. ('erven and Others. Re-
ceived   and   lefl   in  the   hands   of  I li ���
contsable.
Barrow-Wilson: That the reeve at. 1
clerk he authorized to sign a formal
consent fur the closing of that portion
of Spadina avenue from ihe westerly
-ide of Stanley street, being from '.]��� ���
southeasterly corner of subdivision ' .
as shown on addition map to map 562.
Evans-Barrow: That Councillor W'l-
-oii lie authorized to attend to cul-
: verts on the Met!aire road.
Wilson-Evans: That cheques for the
sum of J.io he drawn in favor of the
.
NOTICE
e pincheoned. and a letter with ref- j reeve and councillors in full for in-
erence to a petition for opening up a demnlty for the year 1906. Motion
new   road   east   of   Bainbridge   road,  ruled out of order by the chair.    Rtil-
  were held  for  further consideration.     'nS sustained.
Notice is hereby -riven   tha;   thirty      The reeve  and   clerk   were  author-      Fl'011' R- s- StMman, re street  light
after   date I intend to apply to  'zed to sign and sea. a petition to t.he   '"- Junction of Westminster and Main
to rlver. [ the Hon. Chief Commissioner of Lands Dominion govt-   i.nent tor a i imblned  streets.
to   point   of com-  aa(i y\-0rks for a  license to cut  and   bridge across : ....  Second  Narrows cf      Wilson-Barrow:   Tha*    the   council
carry away timber from the following  Burrard  inlet. agree to light and supply fuel for the
proposed   light for one year.
daj
chains   north,
then   alon.'   river
mencement.
No. 13���Commencing at a post plant- described    lands,    situated     in     thei     A   further  report from the medical
ed  about one mile from the head of Skeena district, on Copper river, about officer re the condition of the slaugh-
Kildala Arm. on south  bank, running 2 1-2 miles up from the mouth:              ter house on Vancouver road was ku'j-
as follows: 40 chains south, 40 chains No  L   Commencing at a post plant-  mined.    Messrs.  Reichenbach  4_   >_o.
��� it, 10 chains south. 4" chains west, ea   on   tne   southeast corner   on  the  wer- notified that, unless they obtatn-
10   chains  north,   in chains   west,   40 north  bank of the river, running asu-d more suitable premises than those
chains  north, mor,' or les.. to  shors, follows:   SO chains north,  I2'i  chains  in present ;.se, their license would lie
Ihen a  'tig   shore   to   ; a:.-   of  com- west, 10 chains south, more or less to cancelled.
Wilson-Evans: That the road work
charged against Mrs. Catherine Rob-
ertson for the year lfiilo be struck off
the list, as it has been reporte I loue
hy the pathmaster.
Councillor Stade's verbal report n
CUlverts   was   adopted.
ladian Bank of Commerce
up Capital. $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.
iALKER, General Manager ALEX. LAIRD, Asst (lenl Manager.
river, then along river to point of com-      The   constable   called   attention   to]     Barrow-Stade:   That  the  reeve  and
mencement. j the actions of unruly boys at Centra!   clerk he authorized to sign cheques to
No. 2.   Commencing at a post plant-   Park.    A committee was appointed to   repay   amounts  collected    for   Bcho.l
ed 2 1-2 miles up from the mout.h on  deal  with the matter. tax now placed in general revenue ac-
north hank of Copper river, running as      A specification of work required in  count, and to pay off as much as pos-
ruencement
No 14���Commencing a- .1 pos! planted about one-half mile from the head
, Kildala Ann, on the north bank,
. ;:.:..n_ as follows: 40 chain; north,
ia  chains east. 411  chains  south,  120  follows:    40 chains north, SO chains, the extension of Gunn road, East Bur-|sib_e amounts borrowed on temporary
-    east,   pi    chains    south,    1." east, !" chains north, 4" chains eas-.  naby, was submitted, and tenders are   loans.
, h a..- west to shore, then along shore   "' chains south, tr. ire or less, to river,  to be - ailed for, tlie same to he in iv      Barrow-Ashwell: That the clerk for-
��� 1 .aunt o�� commencemenL then along river to point ol commence- the next meeting. ��� ward to .1. B. Kennedy, M.P.. and G.
Xo. 15���Commencing at a post plant- nient, c,intaining 640 acres   more   or     Tiie following tende��s were accept-   A.   Kefer,  resident  engineer, the  Eol-
el   l'nmt one mile up from the mouth    ���" ed:   C.   Burchell,  for  5 chains  Power | lowing resolution: That the township
(ANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
SERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS
���facility afforded Farmers for
Vi or taken   for collection.
BANKING.
tneir   banking   business
Sales   Notes
IKING  BY
f '>:. a
ir withdrawn oby mail.
MAIL��� Deposits   maj   be ma le
elve every a . tentlon.
fEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. I*   DAVIDSON, Manager
SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 0 O'CLOCK.
tank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED LSI'..
Incorporated   by   acl   or   parliament
up)
Lord Strathcona an I   Mo ml
.$14,000,000
.  JlO.i'OO.0"t)
Drummond	
. .Vice President
and
Royal,   c.   C.   M.
Honorary President
 President
General  Manager.
rL (AL ������
P��ve fund .
Rt, li 1.
G	
!i ,;i    ���'      G,   A
'- s Clou ton, .
I Dera' bank ug business transacted.
Jranche*- In   .'1 the principal cities in Canada, in London, Eng., New
lCblcaSo, a.i st. John's Nfld., and correspondents In all parts ot the
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
fw Westminster branch g. d. brymner, AKent.
ter Iron Works Tmm
AINU 1'JNUINE   |
FL MACHINE
WORK,
!'S'.'lni''>���';. imu-tib- and
"HUL IRON
,,: the Dala River, on east bank, running ai- follows: SO chains east, 40
hains north. 4" chains east. 4 ' chains
north, I'1 chains east. 10 chains north,
more or less, to river, then along river
to ; ilnt of commencement.
No. 16���Commencing al 1 isi planted
a: tii" mouth of Hala River, C lasi District, on west hank, running as follows: 4'1 chains west, SO chains north,
1 20 chains east, 10 1 hains south, more
or li ss, 'ii river, I ben al ing rh er t ���
point of commencement.
No. 17���Commencing ai a   0=   plan
e 1 "ii the wesl  bank of the Kittimat
.rm, about twelve miles south of Kit-
imai   i-i ii in   Viila ;e,   0    ���    te  Goal
md, at mouth of Kil lal 1 Arm, . .
n ti ���  as  follows:   111 ��� bain -  n irtl
i hains west, 10 1 hains norl 1, 10 chains
east,  l" chains noi th,   10 chains es
, '. ' t hains to poinl of 1   nimencemt _
No. I ��� , iommenclng ., a [t ist plan
e 1  al .nr   20 1 hain -  si !   : ��� sl
1 ib lm No. IT. running as follows; 10
chains wesi. SO chains _ mth, ; 1 chain,
west, S| chains smith, ;i chains east,
then alon- .-hare to pi i::1 of com
mencemeut,
No, L9- Comment lug al ,1 po -: planted about olfio mile up from the moutn
station Chan-
miles south
of Kildala Arm. running .is follows: 10
chains eas.. sn chains north, 10 chains
east, 10 chain., north, 80 chains west,
120 1 hains south, u polni of commencement
Locate 1 Nov. 5, 1906.
Locator, WM. MOODY, D.D.S.,
Per Prank Vandall,
Nov. 24, 1906,
"timber notices
Locator, WM. MOODY
Per Agent, Frank Vandall
SHIP YOUR
(Jhristmas   Presents
-BY-
DOMINION EXPRESS CO.
li.  Hall Cook, 5 cii.tins. 1 of  Chilliwack  desires to call the at-
Whiting   ,>.   Kean,    loOitention  of  the  public   works  department to tbe bar at the mouth of the
Ite   Chilliwack  river,  where*:y  navigation
an   is seriously Impeded, and we urge up-
House road;
same   ro id;
yards broken rock, Hastings road.
The  clerk   was instructed   to  w
the  So ,:..  Vancouver council   : ir
appropriation 1 :' "120 towards brushing on the government tlie immediate necessity of having the same removed
at once.
Ashwell-Wilson:  Tha'  the clerk
instrticted to have a notice Inserted in
th   Progress, notifying all parties hazing accounts or contracts againsl the
of 1 leer Creek, on  Devasl
nei, situated about eighl  t
��i ���
ital   ir
Qa eg
l'lie   I
WOKK.
Work,   including
sen pos, etc.
ord
nnd
correspondence In
J��HI\ reid,
SAfETY
No
RAZORS
$5.00 EACH.
CURTIS'��
''lain. ���
f. O. 474.
i . herehy given that 30 days
.,,���,,.,- ,iate 1 intend to apply to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works f"t' a license to cut and carry
away timber from tii" following de
:;, ri! ed lands:
1. Commencing al n post marked
W VI.'s S.E. Corner, planted on the
,,,.,.,;, banK 0f the Kildala river,
two  miles up from   the   mouth,
CHEAPEST
SAFEST and
QUICKEST
mean.- of forwarding packages of merchandise, valuables an I jewelery to all
parts of the �� orld.
It is stronglj recommended thatship-
ments be senl so as to arrive at destination some days in advance, thus avoiding the rush and ensuring most careful
handling, Arrangements can be made
[ for deliver, the day before Christmas
when tl"' in  '.
Special attention ffiven to shipments
for Great Briuain an I Europe.
For further information apply to
Company's office tit C. P. I*. station.
I'lime 91.
j. w. Mcdonald, A^ni.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store :
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mai!
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
and rep ii -    :. Boundary road.
Ewen   Martin  applied   for  .1  loan 1 E
$1,350   on   the   security   of   lots   and
1 buildings   in  the    New    Westminster
. district.
The clerk was Instructed to write
the owners ; property now being municipality to have the same In the
subdivided, with respect to bearings hands of ibe clerk not later than Dec.
portion   of   the   expense   of  grading   22, at noon.
roads: also to apply to the provincial The finance committee's report, re-
government to cut the brush 100 feei commending payment of accounts
back from the B.C E. I', al Central amounting to $1,400.01, was adopted,
Par      ami   to   requesi   the   Brunette  an! the council adjourned to Hei   22.
Saw Mill Co  to raise the ;ate     I 	
dam    n Brunette river. In   Okana-j.-tn.
Tlie treasurer's repon E01 Septem- J. M. Robinson, of Summerland, tl ���
ber and Ocl iber waa submitted The man who was the prime mover in
total receipts were $14,984.26. opening  up   and  settling   the   Peach
The t.uli,wing accounts were passed land and Summerland sections of the
for payment: Burnnb. school hoard. Okanagan valley, has just purchased
$530.54 ; do., $24.02; Ban 1  if Montre il
$750; I a. $537.50; Harris ,fc Bull,
$42.35; Miss Johnson, $15.96; tele-
ph im .:.������; expenses re sales of i inds,
$58.32; Philip Zler, $15.75; Ge . Da-
vii a. $15.75; A. Attoe, $34.75; !���'. Mut-
titt, $20.35; T. A. Ft'iinell. $7: S. .!.
Ervin, $41.5S; J. ll. Le iger, $29.50;
F. ;���;. 11 inner. $71.90; ii. Bulman, $10;
Thai-. Brownlee, $.:;; John Woollard,
$9.50; M .Mills, $37.25; E. Lander,
$13.57; ������". Muttltt, $2.75; A. Attoe
.1. II. Ledger, $1 l.e I; S N. Po
I ter, $3 50; .1 J. Mervyn, $62; F. Man
de ilie, $50; C. Burchell, $50; H. H
Cook, $22.50; Carl Helman, $20; 'A. C
1 Contract Co., $50: salaries. $80; total
52,690.59.
Council adjourned to Saturday, De"
15.
:;.."iim acres of land from the Southern
Okanagan Land Co. at Nine Mil ���
Point.    The   land  lies  al   a  poinl  C im
mencing ahout four miles from Pentlcton, and runs beyond Nine Mile
Point. The purchaser has named his
property East Summerland. A fe-.-y
Is to be placed 011 the lake, which will
provide connections with the otuer
lake settlements, and It is expected
that the land will soon be settled 111.
as the district is considered to ������ Q
first-class for fruit .growing purposes.
Mr. Robinson is a brother to Mr3.
Ceo. Cray, of this city.
about
ran-
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. N��w   Westn
Phone 275
Chilliwack   Council.
A regular meeting of council was
hei i on Dec. 1. Present, Counclllo -s
Reives. Evans, Barrow, Stade and
Ashwell. Councillors Reeves was a,>
polnted chairman,
Communications were received ani
deal:   with  as  follows:
jano McDonald, recel
AT THE HOTELS.
Qulchon ��� H. B. Holland, Vancouver; P. Qulchon, Port Guichon; M\
and Mrs. C. Bonnycastle, Miss Bonn -
castle, cbilliwack; S. B. Buchanan,
pity; A. C. Mi-Ken. ie. Vancouver.
Windsor���O. T. Chaniherlin, Ott.i-
wa; Bryan Palmer. Darllngford; v>*.
Brace and wife, Mrs. A. S. Calhec.,
Chilliwack: A. Littlewood, Mission:
\V. McBrlde, Elgin: J. A. Perkins mil
sou. Langley: F. King. Sumas; P.
Boyes, Nooksack, wash,
and  filed; !     Colonial���C,  Carrie. Vancouver;
Dowsotl   &  Jones,  received and filed:    Kipp, Chilliwack:   Mrs,
11_, cross, received and filed, and col-|J. Lansden, Vancouvei
lector
Instructed  to strike off J. W. Yorktonj   E
v.*.
R. Knight,  '���'.
n. Campbell,
Molyneux,  Cloverdale. f B
THE DAILY NEWS
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WEDNESDA.
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CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware-    New Toilet Sets.       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAl AND PQBONAl
Matler inlendcd fur lhi. column fhoultl ht ad-
dr."..-. Social Editor. Daily News. P O.
B. x i".'. New Westminster."
XMAS,  1906
WATCH . -
MORETS ST0C&
GROW
The saie of work, neld yesterday by
the Ladies' Aid of tbe West church,
was very successful, both financially .
and as a social gathering, in spite of
the disagreeable weather. The fancy-
articles contributed by the ladies were
all sold, and quite a business was done
in the "high tea" line. The amount
realized was ahout $80, which the
ladies will devote to some of their
projects for the furthering of church
work.
Thomas Blair, one of the employes
of the B.C.E.R. Co., left yesterday for
Toronto, where he will spend Christmas with his relatives.
The wedding of Dr. Woodman, instructor at tbe asylum farm, and Miss
Ross, daughter of J. ROSS, of Tenth
street, will b. solemnized in St. Andrew's Presbyterian church this aftei.
noon at 5 o'clo,-,:. Rev, J. S, Hinder-
��� son offlciatihg
lEconomyf New Lace Koh
For Evening Wear,,
argent's Gem
ood Chopper is
econom ical
ition to any
itchen. It saves
me and lessens
bor, and thus
onomizes the
.ousekeeper'stime
and strength.
With it many-
attractive and
appetizing
disties can be
made from what might be wasted
ii it were not lor the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meat., vegetables, fruits, 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, se'f-
sharpenir.g. No kitcLen complete
without it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
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orthT
�������������������������<>-
Cards, Calendars, Toys,
Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Crockery & Glassware,
Fine Stationery, Etc.
Reeve Ladner, bi La Iner, was
itoi' in 'lie <���'., yesti: laj
a vis
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be Obtained   at    All    Hours    at
Kenny's    Restaurant   and   Cafe
Late Suppers After the Theatre a
Specialty.       Oysters    and    Game
in  Season. -
\v. H. Patterson, manage] "t the
Inverholme stock farm. Delia, spent a
few huits in -he city yesterday.
A. Tunbrl Igi an I laughter, accompanied bj Mr. Tunbridge's Mule
nephew, Reggie i.aeey, left yesterday
afternoon for Kamloops.
The production of A. R. Gaul's sacred cantata, "Ruth," by tbe members
of Queen's avenue Methodist church
choir, will take place Dec. 20, and
gives promise of being a great treat
to lovers tif good music. 1: will be
under the aide and enthusiastic leadership of T. R. Pearson, and the soloists will he: Miss Ella Walker, soprano: Madame Deborah Parker, contralto, and  Harry Davis, basso.
A. P. Fraser, of Vancouver, spent
yesterday in ihe city, visiting friends.
Miss Ii. Roseburg, who has been visiting friends in this city for the past
few weeks, returned to her home at
Ashcroft yesterday afternoon.
D. McLean, of Mission Junction,
who is spending a few days in Vancouver on business, came over to this
city yesterday afternoon, in connection with certain property transactions which he has i*ndinK.
Special Xmas Offer !
$20.00  Suits for    $18.00
$22.00  Suits  for   $20.00
$25.00  Suits for    $22.00
$8.00 Pants for   $5-00
Ail Suits Made to Order.
YEE KEE & COMPANY
Merchant Tailors.
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED
P. 0. Box 644
139 Columbia SL       New Westminster
During the past week we have received man
lines of goods for evening wear, but nothing mor?,*
some than these new Lace Robes which we showf
first time this week.
When made up over a suitable colored linino- i_
brings out the beauty of the sequins and floral rW
these semi-ready robes will be found the novelWtd
season.        They come in White Oriental Lace BlarM-l
and  Black  Sequin  Net sufficient for waist' and ��w
Prices $8.75, $10.50 and $$
Fancy Trimmings
Many new widths and designs in Pleated Chiife
 10c to 45c peryu
New Christmas Neckwear
TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM
of that Xmas Gift, by getting something that is
Seasonable, Acceptable and Reasonable in Price
Mid Country Boot Store
Ladies'and Gentlemen's SLIPPERS, warm lined,   AA    up *|  7C
cozy and comfortable.    Prom    ��/V/C  to <pl. I D
Ladies' SLIPPERS for evening wear.    These form a verv neat and appropriate Christmas Gift.    From     ^|  7C *     <tO 7C
Gents' Fine  Drensj SLIPPERS.     These are very nice and   d��l   mr
in best qualities.     From     ��bl.lD
Have you seen the Dick Waterproof Boot yel?     A pair of them
will keeft, tijftfcjifiyis feet dry fur the wet. wintry weather yet
to come.    They will  easily outwear two  pairs of any other.
    ONLY   AT   	
The Old Country BOOT STORE
COLUMBIA ST. J/Stewart, Prop.
Sauerkraut
bach'...
for    sale    at    Keieheu-
R.C. Purdy The Confectioner
ls now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramels
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full line of G. B. and Lowney's Chocolates.
Th* Lnhom-i- of Sr_ via.
Servia'- laborer is at heart n pimple.
prosaic fellow. His attire is coarse almost to the point of ungalnllness���
rough brown trousers of homespun, a
coat a shade or two darker and edged
with a strip nf black fleece; a peaked
woolen cap and a enne, and you bave
the picture. He is a farm* on a small
scale, and bis bobby is raising bogs,
which In- turns into the forests or
fields to fatten ou mast. The rural life
in Servia Is primitive. At sunup folks
rise, take their raki, or schnapps, and
go to tlie fields to work. Their meal is
brought to them nt noon and again lu
tbe evening, for they ofteu work nnt.l
sunset. And so life goes on and on. !
Acr iss iim bluffs that border tbe river
u road runs parallel with the Danube,
ami here workmen are seen, dressed
often in white suits with red girdles, 1
striving to bring from the earth the
grain that will not come, In Ftoumanln
and Bulgaria the grain lands are rich, I
but bere tl arth '���''���'���ins stubborn and
unproductive. So the laborer ekes out
his existence as he may the least Interesting of all the laborers of southern
Europe,
The  Si.lx.   Fourth  of July.
Aug, 1 is ib" Swiss Fourth of duly,
the national fete day. A traveler tells
how In- helped to celebrate it oue year
at one of iln' climbing centers in the
Vaiais by la'iiii" iin- sumptuous dinner
provided by the hotel without extra
charge, appl Hiding the Qreworks dis
play uml a bonfire lighted high on the
mountain side and shouting "Hourra!"
ai the end of a patriotic speech extoll
lng thc ancient military glories and
presenl republican democracy ,,f Switzerland. Next morning came the
strange sequel. The orator of the oc
cuslon,  the mosl  distinguished  native
Visitor   ill   111''   place,   wns   appealed   to
Lava may uu bio ��� . uuo ',;, icpin 1 0
ties   of   gossamer   lightness,   und
harder boi-I   iiiii a ���  11   beau . ul
class ni ball tbe . ������ glil nnd doti'i    t,
strength of ord nary j,I But ii
nol niv,uys the - ���    I_ \cry  1 ���!���
pours  "tti   Its  ii 1. ;   -;, tclal   brand
molten mixture, disagreeable to
on,   bul   sometiuii s   j leldlug   pn 1
products, as pumice stone,    Lnvn,
New   Arrivals
as one who would certainly know the all things, decomposes under the
name of the Sui.-s president, but even 1 of time, as the fertile plains of
he  could   not   remember  it.    Nobody ' testify.
IN
Ladies' Dress Skirts
W'
AT
��� WHITE HOUSE
-A. J. filRTCH   275 Columbia St. 1
MONEY TO LOAN
on improved farm lands at moderate rates of interest and special
terms of re-payment. Likewise,
we will assist you to build, by
advancing the necessary funds,
re-payable   on   very   easy   terms.
F. J. HART & CO., ^
w
showing the
ever <-..n. TTi'e f.antr or mai nnassiiin
lng functionary is always less familiar
in Switzerland than tbat of the lieutenant governor is in Illinois. He is
merely the democracy's temporary official.
e are snowing tne new Xmas Neckwear
Lace Collars and Fichus, Ties (nev. Plaids and!
Colors), Lace Ties and Fancy Collars of every!
cription.   Make an early selection from the choi
showing of Neckwear we have ever shown,
W. S. COLLISTER & Q
r<<c��>>>>>zc<<o:o>>z<<<o>:o>;:<o>:<<<<o::oi>>.��:<o:oy��'d
JhII   Norn   Book..
Bunyan's "Pilgrim's Progress" is tbe
most famous mul of its class incomparably tbe best English book ever
written in prison. Banyan was a prisoner In Bedford Jul! from 1000 to 1672
and iu addition lu bis immortal allegory wrote "Grace Abounding" and
"The Holy City" during those twelve
years. Raleigh, wbo was a prisoner In
the tower. 1603-14, occupied seven
years of bis captivity in writing his
"History of tbe World." "Tbe King's
cjuair." a long aud romantic love poem,
was written by James I. of Scotland
when in prison at Windsor castle in
1423. Smollett, during bis three months'
detention in the King's Bench prison
for libel, wrote "The Adventures of
t.ir Launcelot Graves," and during a
similar experience at Newgate In 1703
Defoe wrote 11 "Collection of Casual
ties ami Disasters."
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article or piece of fuiniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first -t-rved. We
need the cash and you want the goods. This i- a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
TIC and 716 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Strati
.\fi|����  und   thr   II.-tilth.
Prolonged "forty winks" during tbe
day are severely condemned by many
doctors ou the ground tbat tbey affect
one's regular Sleep. Scientists have
found tlmi in ibe ordinary course In
the human being there is the greatest
vitality between lo a. m, antl 2 p. in.
and tbe leasi between 2 o'clock and ti
o'clock in il��' morning. Long sleeps
duriin.- the day interfere wiib this or
tier of nature ami sometimes affect va
rimis organs, causing headache. The
nap of forty winks, but only forty,
proves refreshing in many because it
is too short in hnve any Injurious eon
sequences.- Loudon Telegraph.
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SAPPERTO
PROPERT
ON   TUESDAY
Matins, Coulthard & CJ
Real Estate, Financial and
Columbia St.,
Insurance Agents,
New Westminster E|
Milk In Turkey.
In Turkey there is a great consumption nt tlie milk nf the litiffii-i), the
common COW, Hit- goat and tbe ewe.
but it is hardly ever used in a natural
state. According in a paper read at
tin- London Academy nf Medicine, the
milk is considerably reduced, Aftei
slow cooliug tbe milk is treated witb a
ferment taken from tbe previous day's
supply. In n lew bours a curd ftirnis,
which Is called yngbouii, 'l'lie prepn
rntiiui Is preferred to milk, anil il bas
a pleusnut, clean, acid taste ami is nf
course nutritious.
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Electric Railway Service!
Interurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver ami way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:30 an l 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Pari, to
Vancouver  only.
City Limits Line   Service from
0 I ". a iii.  lii  11   p in.
20 Minute Service���NO transfer,
Between 12 ami _ and t, and 7.
30 Minute Service ilnring *�����
malnder of day. TraBSWHI
Leopold 1'iac.
Sunday   Service   half-hourll ' |
tween ��� a.m   un 1 11
Sapperton Line.
15   Minute   Service
���
III     to    II
12   and  2,  anil
n hich li" '
half lm irl
Sunday  Service
tween v   "
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pt
1
HI
I
Half ll'
nml li
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
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Horse Clipping Machine^
TT7E have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. ()l,!
clippers work easier, clip faster and take a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longei
than any other on the market. We have tne
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and
great labor saver.     Call and   sec  them
T. J.  TRAPP & ��
Limited
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