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I imi; i. NUMBER 20",
lets  Nearer Than Any   Former   Explorer Who  Returned to Tell the Story, and Is Expected
The   Fourth  Street  Sewer   Business   at    Last    Complete;
Except    For   the    Selling    of   the /
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Xov. -'��� -    The   L'nited
ecord ol     fa
��� 7   ...:������     G  min . ���
a  |   ;...    ( iom
Pi .. ... .���: thi   1 'n iti  ,
111 I    . rea h
]   hope I   I -
irei   '������ thi     i ���
....        n
tic reci
l'i a |    'a  ex
frozen    north    a e
.  a < ommunlci   I n
the se :rel   rj ol I  ���
...  follows:
oi   (via   Tw Hlin
n I i    Wintered north
son ewhal   north of
arters.     Wen:   north
:���'.���    iary,  via   Heckla
.   , . ������ I : ; open water
.   rei   .    Wen   be
ila!.- disrupted ice,
and cul off commu-
,1th    -  pporting      in i - li .
. -  .:  minutes north
���a    drifting    steadily
RU   irning ate eighl   dogs,
reached north coast
Iraitened    condition
- . oxen and returned along
to  ship,    Two cup-
irties driven on north coasl
' '��� ���   rescued   by    me in
condition.    After one  week-
'    '      :.   ship   Roosevell. sledg-
t.    completing    north     coast
and    reached   other   land
ll   mei Main.    Homeward voy-
sanl   battle   with   ice.
.-a,]  winds.    The Roose-
��� ' ��� enl Ice fighter ard sea
oi  Illness in expedi-
Signed) PEARY."
��� Igl man.    secretary    of    the
rctli  clnb, said that there was
'    i 'ommander   Peary
home Commander Peary's
ia.   the    Roosevelt,   left
"ii   her  long  journey   in
f tin  pi le, July IG, 1905
Mi fl   Sydney, where
��� :  ���'. Commander Peary,
She  was  next  reported
Run, Labrador, duly   29,
;.am     she    crossed   to
il      The     vessel     nex'      was
Etah, Greenland.    Sin1
Vol i.  Aug, 7. and  reached
1    16.   Th.. expedition's aux-
pr, Erik, in the meantime,
various   settlements   In
and secured   natives   and
" exploration,  and turned
lie Roosevell  on  Aug.
lie Roosevelt  overhauled
' ���. look on hoard ber last
I "ui   the    Erik, and
1    ' irth with Esquimaux
' '  23 on  boai d, an l
������������:'.    when   he   left   New
lasi    spring,   Mr.
confidence  In   the
'"     "'  ':"'  " "     ��� -i   .- mj
'  '; !li'' '" '"' - Id,   and
������'- sickness ai 1 . thi        ntlngen
��� ���   . I  will give tin      ..   ���  .
���   ll  has ha i   .. t."
Asked wh | ,    ,       | do if h
���'���     " '      il'     �� ���   ������     .   _al ���
will  open    : .    ihree   i     ....
'    ' itely
Of the Merchant Shipping Bill  Now
Before the Imperial House
Will Be Made.
"%   B. C-
an '
-i I.
isal   of  the   rubbish,    the
... ling   ol    the   Fourth   si;��� ei
-.. a few commll tei    epi   I
,. .    we,���;. Ij    requests  '��� ir
all,-, addi : ��� r ,i few complaints
Central   Park   Meetnc;.
\    Elllotl    of  Gait,  Out., i
MI��   Lam i Ro    ,  ���..       ,. ,   to spi
ie M il qui fai mei -' mei ting In
'���' ��� Matsqui town hi n n , ven:::.
of Xov.   12, were greeted
idlence al Ceni . on 1 hursda
1 ��� ning. Mi Elliot spoke on the cari
of the s,,ii, while Miss Hr:-- devote I
her attention to lhi woman's deparl
menl of farm life, an i de i i with The
���   rj Cow."
A'fter the visil .rs had had their
hearing, the quest) n f the I .cation
of the pro ..... ]    .... ;..:.. ..j.
was -aken up. Thi chair was occupied by the presldi nl ol thi igricul-
tural association, Maxwi II Smith, who
state 1 that the a :'; tii - oi C ilum-
blan college propose I en cting buildings near the new college, wherever
i: might i.e. Hi also stated during
the course of the i vi ning th il Central
Pari; would soon . njo a water works
b* stem. Al the closi ��� n gathering
a resolution was passi i in which the
district agreed to .1 fi the college. Copies of thi . - a ition were
ordered to be forwar le i to the lieutenant-governor ol the province, Premier McBride. the dallj papers of New
Westminster and Vani ouver. also to
the various councils an ! b< aids of
trade, asking their ci i peration in the
���    m,   No.    2     'li,.    British
��� il  '        ���   Ided on the foil iwing
i'ln ��� .'   ���     '       merchants'   ship-
nj   person,    ,  anj  fai ;<   repre-
ratid i    false pn '.nee. Jn-
empi -  :.. induce anj   per
son :���> e i.i. rate, i     ... ngage steerage
���        anj , hi  shall for i ach
ffen        e liabli   lo a fini  noi excei :
:'--  ten pounds       ..... mnn nt  with
or withoul  hard la    r for a period ol
thn    months."
thi   resul   of the
esentationi   cl   thi   Cam llan governmenl In fa .' i bj tbi
li: i'i -ii   govei nmenl   :  .     he   ] unish
en    i :   In Ih     ..      empi false
:���  ires -n atl n either to Indue,
deter emigratii n tt   i he  cob ��� ��� ���.    H
will check the emigration of workinj
men on glowing  promises of em
men-   thai  do  a -I    materialize   upon
their  arrival   in   the  colony.     It    will
also check the ��� migration Of men to
] e used as v,iIke-breakers.
Parliament Meets
On 22nd November
Montreal, Xov, J.���The Dominion
parliament lias been called to meet
on the date _. nerally anticipated,
Xov. 22.    It is expected thai the tariff
'1   of.
Christian   Brothers   Cannot   Teach   in   Attractive  Programme in  Preparation.
Ontario  Schools  Without
Lon li a. N v. -.���The privy comic'
lismiss. 1,   with no oosts,  the   :..,��� dateon which ihe base,.all smoker
Novel   Plan of  Saicide.
Treves.  Rhenish  Prussia, .Nov. 2.���
To-day, while sevi i anii - oi the
seventeenth Infantrj were undergoing
rifle insl ruction a It] ink cart) idges,
a   sergeant   of  oni   s pia l   fell   dead,
with  I ��� bullets ���        -:���  bis  breast.
I: transpii ed thai hi ba I himself loa I-
������ I the rilles of ' ������ .quad with ball
cartridges, and din e.l I he n emits
to aim at his I reasi . n ! pull the trig-
gi rs when he ��� ��� ��� I, "His Majesty ' Hurrah! " Tl ��� a I I the sergeant's suicide has n I i -a ; sei r-
taine I.
eai   ol   the Christian   Brothers  oi
...  .. ho s mghl   to upset  the de-
���  the ciaris of Ontario, sus-
ig thi   minister of education  oi
. -a ���    in   refusing   to  allow
Christi  a    Brothers    to  teach  unless
thej . ��� ! "    lifted  teachers' cer- j Donald aud Arthur Wise, which prom-
ir ,,-. ises to be close.;,   contested, as  both
is are iu loo,I  shape, bavin-  been
.   '-  ;   Garrett, foi med lhe total sum
el  lhe   business  disposed   of   bj   the
city   <   unci!  ul   ih.'   special   meeting
held  lasi evening,    Alter thi   rea Iln;
ol  ' a.   communii atlons, Mayor Kearj
rted   having   paid  a   visil   to  the
i  c Ish dump on Lulu island, and pre-
end i a   verbal  reporl  of  that   visit.
offering a few suggestions fo.  the full ���   ;   provemenl of the plai '.
He stated thai In company with the
bridge Insj ector he had look < I carefully over  the   place  where the  garage was deposlte I, and after careful
consideration, he had come to the conclusion thai   the best   plan  would  be
ti     : range for the creation of a new
dumping around.    He considered that
the flrsl  road going down towards the
river after passing the bridge on Lulu
Isi: n 1   was the  best  location, and h i
reci mim nded thai this piece be clear-
e 1   and  a   suitable  road   built   to the
pari   which   will   be  used  as a   dump.
The exj i as., in connection would not
it would do for two or three years.
Arrangements could be made for some
' ' lie i...a: d of works men to go
lown there occasionally to see tha'
the l ibbish   was   properly  heaped  up,
WILL BE A HUMMER"the ilum"is i,laced there'"would
I >. a menace to no one.
Alter a long and wearisome discussion, during whicb all the arguments
���used at previous meetings were revamped, the mayor's report was finally approved of, ami liis recommendations accepted, Aid. Jardine was the
nly one of the councillors to oppose
the measure.bis objection being thai
the city finances Bhould not be called
upon to provide a dumping ground for
the city merchants.
When the final reading of the
Fourlh streel sewer In-law came up
before the council. Aid, Howay moved
that clause .'! be struck out, and that
all other clauses he numbered In sequence. This clause dealt with the
exemption   from   taxation    of  certain
.' ill   be  broughl     down   Immediately
after   the   address   in   replj   to   the
<ii,.,.,-n  ���',,,,,, tv, , ,.     ���    .       , ,.      be more than   ..'lun at ihe out. id
peecn iiom t he thr.- ne has 11 en dis-
it      .,.,,,,1.1       .1,,      ....        ,..-..      ....     , 1, ,	
Including Two   Wrestling
Fri lay, Nov.  16, has been fixed as
... : be held in St. Patrick's hall, and
. a meeting of those Interested .held
....-: evening, preliminary arrangements were made for the wrestling
ii.. ches whicli are to be the chiel at-
: .. : au thai night. Thi re will be a
wrestling match  between  Andy  Mac-
thai a report of the inspection should
be presented to the council. Up to
the present no such reporl has heen
placed on the table. Xone of the
councillors present were aide to give
Aid. Howay anj Information on this
point, imi ibe su; erlntendenl of wal ir
works will he called upon to explain
whal damage, II any, was sustained
b; the i fyios on accouni of tb .cap-
In :  electric current.
Answering a question by Aid. Garrett, Aid. Adams stated that the work
of cleaning oul the reservoir had not
'.." been started, bul thai ii would be
commenced  next  week.
Aid. Howaj moved ihat notices he
Inserted In such papers as the finance
committee may designate, calling attention to the sale of $20,iMiii debentures in connection with the Fourth
slree: sewer. This was agreed to by
all present.
Among the communications was a
request from Henrj Eckert, asking
permission to use one of the horse
stablea at Queen's park for a period
or from three to five months, and
a" so requested to be allowed the use
of the water In connection with the
same. He was willing to pay $.*i per
month I'm- this privilege. Permission
was granted, with tlie understanding
that the stables were to he kepi in
good order by Mr. Eckert during the
: Ime he was using theni.
.Mrs. C. E. Hoffard sent in a request for a sidewalk on Carnarvon
-treet, between Fourth and fcxth
: Meets. This was referred to lbe
hoard of works to reporl upon at a
future meeting.
Chief Watson sent in a reporl of
(ires for the month of September and
October, showing a total of five fires
for the two months. This was received and bled.
Poundkeeper Halt sent in his last
monthly report for thla year, showing
that five cows had heen redeemed, the
pound fees amounting to $7.50, Four
hundred and sixty dog tans had been
issued, three dogs destroyed, and four
kennel licenses taken out io date
This was received and filed for reference.
|l all,
Dennison Kennedy.
On Wednesda', . ���. ��� ning the ri si
dt nee of Mr. .lohn Pope, Sixth avenue.
was the scene of a quiet house wedding, when his brother-in-law, Mr.
.h lm Dennison, of Mount Lehman.
'as united In marriage to Mrs. .1. L.
i-i. niiedy. of this city. Ri v. Dr, Taj���
h"' performed the < ere:: ony. Ma iter
Benjamin Gunn buj ported I lie i i mi,
v idle the bride was atten led bj Miss
Dorothy Kennedj'.
S.t.   Louis   College.
Tl     ...        .... ling  of the  it poi '-
. . y good standing for the lasi
: , nth. Tin gi neral standing of the
si : h n -   - ' satisfactory.
-, . ; ,n.. ment by the rev. di-
: ectoi ol the introduction of weekly
notes which will keep the parents constant^, ini ii nn ' I the pu] iis' work,
was ri ceive I �� it
\ ision of thi
good ones,
ippilause,  In   i re-   ents o
rd promised I'or the   n,, :i:..
- properties for a period of twenty
wrestling al the fire hal! for several | >earSi and had been inserted so thai
weeks past, and are fairly evenly certain government property along the
matched. During the time he was route of the sewer should be exempt,
.fining for the match against Har- bn1 after it had been pointed oul thai
rison, Wise had several bouts with this property might pass into the
MacDonald, and some very pretty hands ��� f private parties In the future,
j work was witnessed before one of the j the clause was struck out. A few
two touched the mat. I minor changes In some of the other
There  will   also   be   another   wres-  clauses  were also made, after which
Oing match between a Vancouvi r ath-   the by-law was adopted as read.
e and one of the Its:  local ex.Don-j     The liquor and licensing by-law was
the art.    As all the arrange-   real by  title a  lirsi  time, no discus-
are not  yel  completi   foi   this   sion   'eing  entered   upon   by   any   of
match,   names are   withheld   pending   Ihe aldermen.
This im  ���   ���   nenl is a feature that   final  arrangements,  but   there   Is m
will appeal  to till  interested  in   the donhl that it will be a struggle worth
children's e I n ation, and which no
doul : will be welcomed bj Ihe children's  pai ents.
coming many miles to wilne
Aid. Garrel complained thai a number Of old sidewalk planks bad heen
piled al   the corner of Leopold  place
Another  meeting  will   be  bold on   !or some   time.
...id   thai
people     were     complaining    of   this,
Mil. ;;<"ia'    ��� xplalned thai  the sl li
ide Conditions
Continue Excellent
N iv,  2.- -The  following
- learlngs com-
' :   the   week
mwing - ercentage ol
"   as   compared
I aa    week    last
'-' ' 2 12,775,   increase
''���>.".". increase 2.5;
"7,   increase   21.2;
" rease, 5.2; Hall-
1    " 16.9; Vancou-
use 33.1; Quebec,
1 ���'- "   l"V,;    Hamilton,
ulS.7;  St, .lohn. $1,-
"' '_'  '0.1; London, ..lam:,..
f     " ' ,; Victoria, $1,131,456,
I..; 2. l
sary, $1,300,969;  Ed-
'     I'OW     will    say:
Ighoul    Canada,
commodities are firm
business reflects
,, "'  weather, an.l
I '*  ""od.    Shipments
'���'������:������ and a very
i hi i.y eastward movement of wheal is
- noted.
.Mon; real rej orts all cotton fabrics
moving up in price, and spring orders
j are good. Cheese Is less active for
export. At Toronto dry goods are active, as is also hardware of till  kinds.
I and collections are generally satisfactory. Increasing pi nidation and large
crops help trade in the northwest
There Is some comi.lainl of land speculation taking money oul of circulation, bul collections are reported better than usual.
on the Pacific coasl trade Is brisk,
and Canadian clearings for Ol toner
and the ten months show gains of respectively 21.1 an l 17.S per cen:. over
the best records of preceding years.
Canadian failures for October w.re
2-1 per cent, fewer than In the ' ime
month a year ag . while liabilities
were 20.7 per cent, smaller. Failures
for ihe week number 21, as againsl 20
last week, and 26 in this weel   B ;��� ��� a)'
Will   Erect New  Block.
:       ....... |   thai   Aid.   Halse,   of
.    .    ... a.    ���   '  i ! ���    purcha
��� . pri erty on the corner ol Bi gl le
,:! | .- lumbl ; streets, proposes build
.. ��� rge and   up ; i date  block  on
���������,   site al tbe presenl  time occupied
Gardhouse  and   the  Pacific  meal
market,    J.  B.  Kenny, of the Oyster
Bay    restaurant,    has    bought    the
Mondaj'    evening,    when    a    fail    programme  will    he   prepared,  and the
names of all singers, elocutionists an l   walk I'lanka would be taken away an 1
all oilier a ni sis who are to assist with
���  talenl made public,   Those pres
ent  ai last  night's meeting -'.  re W
l'i Sinclair. .I. Lewis. Sid Malcomson,
T. Cunningham. V MacDonald, lid.
Hughes and Chief Watson,
burni il  al   I he ; roper time,  bul  thai
lime  was nol   j et,    The city   hi Id  ..
. ntii'i   of old  planks over.'.
ear, an .   e always stacked ai
lhis     : nei wall In ��� until they are suf-
���   i. ni'    dry   to   buin.    Aid.  Ga rei
. :       h thi   ��� splnnai lon.
The   n   enl   killing   of one     ���    a
i ime de. .   ai   : he Queen's  park  boo
Vi as Ini i ..lai ml  by  Al I.. Garrett,  who
n  enquii ��� I whether the < ouncil ini.aid. i
More   Repression.
Petersburg, X iv, 2. ��� \ state
:��� und in whicli his restaurant stands siege has again been proclaimed
from Mr. Halse. The building he the Baltic provinces on accouni r< the to take any steps towards finding oul
purchased Bome time ago. The owner continuance of revolutionary terror- the culprit who had shot the animal,
of the property, before Mr, Halse took i )sm. Tbe Inhabitants have been for- Personally he would like to catch a
over the block, would nol sell tbe sin- bidden to leave their houses aftei e glimpse of the sportsman's hair; he
g]e lot,  preferring rather to draw  a o'clock In the evening under penalty   would undertake to teach him a few
if a fine of $75,
English Municipal Elections.
London, -Nov. _.���The triennial elections of the London borough councils-.
have resulted in an overwhelming victory for the municipal reformers, who
In   some of  the boroughs   absolutely
Wiped  out   the  progressives.    The  vi,
tors  were formerly  known as moder
ates. and represent the unionist par:;,;
the progressives represent the libera!
and labor parties. The borough councils arc once again great strongholds
of toryism. Complete returns show-
that the reformers won 1,01] seats,
the remaining ::.".i being divided Be
tween the progressive lahiiriles and
The provincial municipal elections
have also resulted in rom I'or the lib-
t rals. The campaigns In the provinces were mostly conducted on party
lines Complete results show thai the
111 erals bave sustained a nei loss of
33 representatives and thai the conservatives haw ; nei .gain of 59, while
the labor partj I   s a net gain of B,
I' ii mer ''a. mh ' Balfour, speaking
.' ' a dinner givi a in his honor to
nigh:, said the resull Of the election
throughoul the countrj bad .surprised
both parties. Ha attributed the result
to discontent with the presenl liberal
monthly rental for it.
Pay   a  Fraternal   Visit.
The members of the local R. T. of T,
;: Ig,., New Westminster council, No
I have dei Ide I to charier a special
i ;..��� and pay a fraternal Vlsll to their
brethren of Pacific council. No, !. Vancouver, on Tuesday evening next. The
object of the trip is to assisi in the
opening < I the new lodge room of the
lattei  i ouncil, on the corner of (Iran-
|e an,i Davie sir."". The car will
. ,,, the local car depot at 6.50 and
will pass along the old route, connecting wiili the main line car at .th.8
junction. The programme of Iheeven-
Ing promises to be a good one, an I
, |JJ be provided by the local lodge.
Changes at the Court  House.
After tb ��� mui lal h: I I ii roundly
isi I by the meml i rs of the council, who expressed themselves In no
A change bas heen made in the of- measured terms, a resolution was In-
licials of the court bouse which will Iroduced by Aid. Shiles, offering $10
go Into effect ou Monday next. Jrv- reward for Information hading to the
ng Wintemute, who has been tor a conviction of the parties responsible
considerable length of time In the of-1 for the killing or the deer. Aid.
flee of the registrar of the "supreme Adams suggested that the reward be
court, will be added tu the govern- increased to $20, and this was accord-
menl agent's staff, and A. llrln". fi | ingly done. The resolution was pass-
former .New Westminster man, latter- ed without a dissentient voice,
ly of Steveston. will take the position i Aid. Howay enquired whether any
formerly filled by Mr. Wintemute, Mr. report had been received from the su-
and Mrs. Urine, wilh Iheir household j perinleudont of watef works respect-
effects, arrived In the city yesterday j ing the electrolysis, of the water
afternoon on hoard the Transfer, nnd mains. Bome time ago it was de-'
Mr. Brine will report for duty on Mon- \ cided in council that an inspection of!
some of the pipes would be made, aud
Lower   Mainland   Association.
Below is a complete list of the offl-
i ers of the Low.:' .Mainland Liberal
association, funned at the convention
ou Thursday:
T. F. Neelands and T. S. Baxter, of
Vancouver, president and secretary,
respectively. Members of the executive:
Vancouver���A. Gilchrist, J. H. Sen-
kler. T. S. Baxter, W, C. Brown and V
M. Pound.
Delta���B. B. Smith.
Chllllwack���A.  S.  Rankin.
Skeena���D, Moore.
Richmond��� W.  T.  Stewart,  Eburne.
Dewdney ��� J. Pliimridgo. Mission
New Westminster���John Reld.
Next week the members of the ex
ecutive and the president and scare
tary will mfet in Vancouver for the
purpose of perfecting organization.
Canada }s
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���   i -    size
Tomatoes I        is
'.' -.   ���    -    - I
���   _'.   ���
���'   ��� bm
-    If
Let! . ��� n       5 for 10c.
Penman's    Natural   Shirts and    Drawers
S1.25 the i-arment, all sizes.
Stanfield's Light Weight, all  sizes. $1.25
the garment.
The heavier Stanfield's Goods,   $1.75  ar*d
$2.00  the  garment.
The   heavy ribbed Stanfield's  S1.25 "and
S1.50 the garment.
Penman's   Blue Tail, all  sizes,  $1.25  the
S mil -  -
havi in th
past few days signs
.es   of   wl       Ine
Our Men's $5.00 Shoe
We ha1 '. So. i    -      -        ��� ���    The following
the lines t this price :
Geo. A. Slater's B     Calf Lace B   ts, made with heavy "i
Bak" Water .    f Soles.
The "Keen" Shoe   ;.  heav)   kangar i-grain  Blu it B
with ns   li.- I Wi terpi    f Soles���a great wai ir n sist< .
The "Packard." . ather lined  B x  Calf   B   ts   Bl
great wearer and .. st; lish I   kii a  I
other lines at this |      Iar price.
Wc   :.:.'
Come in and see our $5.00 Shoes.
New Westminster
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
D.;.. SEW
Le ������������ westmisster   ���-��� ��� ���
��� ."' .-.  *     -      Ele    - j
���-.       - Burling-;? :55pm
ton,   Mt     '���'-������
r   '..      Evi
Seattle . :.:
- I
*: 35 pi i S S ��pn
Pan      ind    all
- - East
9.20 am Ana
v.    lie..     and
pm Van     ivei ��� -
��� "' 1:35 pm
Se* fo:
.uichon     "  . '��� * .  :-
:.      Monda
t   ;-
R    ������    Id ��������� P m >ns
2���Da   ���   Over and Tra -s���2
C J. ...
. . ; - a
v.  - ��� - .
Louis a .. -'
I informal
-   ��� -   ���      :.    etc.,
��� '       *' .. ERS, kgent,
Ban.    ' e Building
Sew '..        . .--��� -. ;,   c
3. G, TERKES, A. 0. P   '-. .
rn       - ...;���::  C>
..__..._ Sl, Se it .e. *.."_.__..
The Choicest oi* Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Car.
Be   Obtained    at    All    Hours   a:
K_enny s     R
estaurant    ana
1 G
Late Suppers After tlie  Theatre a
Specialty.        Oysters    and    Garni
-      -      in   Season.
,ve   ih?   vei;     thing   yen   * ���   '*���
Sizes   from   1   v     r   to   17   years.
The White House,]
A. J.  BIRTCH. 275 Columli. Str��t
..    -   . Sew
Vest    aster Sn   ii -
A     - Uflcai      :  .:.      ��� LSI s title t
e issued to
.    . - ..:....
d the 15th da    of Ko-
-.- In -.'ae mear,- -
n thereti le i
n writing sons
C    3    K'rS.
: Registrar of Titles
Lan      Regis.       i ��fl   -    N   \   W< st-
:..:.-��� L 10, IS
Post Card Alhuic|
Before the Amaa Ru.K.    A Lar;. Assortinentat
J.  J.  MACKAY  & ^
Book._ller.-   ana    Stationer. im\t*>
AY, NOV. 3, 1906.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street, West, Vancouvei
lorthern Pacific;
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
������      . ��� ted train.    Low Kates.
Rme. Excellent Service.
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
km. hir Tickets on sale to all Kurort1
la!   Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
jr.'es  to   Southern   California.
informtion call nn or write
I*. E. LANG, General Agent,
[li.a- ���'." St., Vancouver, B. C.
n,i. Ore. K. (',.    A
...rt  Every Dav m the Year
inneapolis, St Paul
and Chicago
'.'  !<T1 l-WESTERN.     LTD.
the newest    and best ideas
I RY.     It   is   lighted   with
|t'i  tr -ity   and   gas;   the   nm.t
ly   illuminated   train    in   the
Ihc   equipment   consists   of
���  partment   cars    standard
n   'lei per?,   luxurious   dining
a'  ��� .-  chair car.   (seats  Iree),
I'.   ���    ���   coaches   and   buffet,   !i-
|��nd smoking cars.
Time Tables, Folders, or any
ii rmation call  on  or  write
��� .: Avenue, Seattle, Wash
M i ufacturer of
leral Waters, Etc.
derated Waters,
Trains & Steamers
'" P.R.   MAIN*   LINE.
������    ������   N. VV, l.j.40; an  \*.  A   11.::*,.
!������    .���   S. W.  -. :��� :  ..:   Sei tl ���   15.50.
1 eave Seatth    j     ; ar. X. VV. 1S.40.
L( ave X. VV   S.30, 10 35, ;", j... }-.:;:,.
Arrive X.
15, 11.35, :��� .40, IS I i.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.n;.: a;. Seattle -1 p.m
Lv. x. \v. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 1" p.m
V��� \V. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. X. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 (i.m.
Lv.  X.  W.  9:35 am.;   ar. Guichon
2._ 0 p.m.
Lv. (iuiebon, _: 40 p. m.; ar. N, W.
' S:45 p m. and *' p. rn.
Mondays only.
Lv.  New   Westminster 5.50. C.50, 1
and . a. ru., and evcr.. half hour there-  ',n ! i;h     v
after Ui! 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster at
..ii!.. hours.
S. S. Queen City
Leaves Victoria at ll ;.. m, ou 1st,
��� :'. s..-y md . a ������ a ij month foi
: .mil way points; leaves Vic-
toi a (.n the 7, and sn, for Quatsino and
way | a:;, -. Leaves Vii toria on 20th
of each month for Cape Scott am] way
points including Quatsino.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westminster  on  Mon
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday
I !���' i .��� a- 2 a :n. ami Saturday
.: 2 p. m. wiih additional trip on Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
T a. m.; Friday a: 0 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. m.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Wes minster, S a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays aud Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
'l'i: irsday ami Saturdays, calling at
lan lings   between   New   Westminster
Fraser River and Gulf
From N. W. Mim. Veil. Frid. . a.m.
From  Chwk.   Tu.,  Th.,  Sat.,  7  a.m
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. antl Sun., Aest. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
2 p.m.;  Saturday, .' p.m. j, \\-. TROUP,
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m. General Superintendent, Victoria.
From Sleveslon, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.I Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
Add. trip Saturday, .", p.m. New Wrsstminstpr
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
Frcm Victoria Tues. aud Sat. 4 a.m.
S.  S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at . p. m., 2nd
ind 16th of each month, calling at
S legate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
.eparture  are  approximate.
For reservations and information
call or address
Agent, New Westminster.
[!> Trade a Specialty.
Office, Eighth  Street,
1^    ������r.STMIf.STER,   B.   C.
��� ;:  the Blacksmiti
��� s ll. Benson, I will
1" all liis old custom-
new mi,..'    Horseshoe-
Pi  cialty.
Eighth   Street.
ie White Pass
Yukon Route
(Pin <^RCR0S?- ATLIN,
* ��� DAWSON and
""ly trains (except
"   Passengers,   mail,
i,. ''!'    connect    with
l:.;E '"r  and White Horse,
tt"�� ���   ,lr"��Kl> winter service,
n ��� PPly to
RS, Traffic  Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
Mail Service
Close, 'ii.'' eived.
Seattle, via Sumas 7.!.'. a.n:. 6.40 p.m.
Sapperton and Mill-
side, N'o. 1  7.45 a.m. 11.35 a.m.
Vancouver, No.  l. 7.45a.m. 9.00a.m.
(_ X.U   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. S.45 a.m. 3.3' p.m.
Van. & Cen. Pai k 10 30 a.m. 2.00 p.m,
Victoria   10 10 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
Last Burnaby .... 1.13 p m. 1.15 p.m.
i.   lm r, Steveston,
i tc  1.30p.m i I.i 0a.m.
C.P.R east, S ippei
ton, Millside and
Coquitlam     3 00 p.m. 11.35 a.m
Van. an I  Burnaby 3.30 p.m. C.i 0    m
G.N.R. Flyer   4.00 p.m 11.0   I
TImberland,  Tues
and Friday ,   .. .12.00 m, 12.00m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia Coast Line
iSubject lo change without    notice.'
Princess   Beatrice,   Oct.   29,       in
Princess  May.   Xov.  3,   from  Vancouver.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  p, m.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m,
on  Wednesday and  Mondays.
S. S. Joan
Leave. Vancouver daily except Saturday and Sunday at 1:30 p   m. Saturday at  2:30 p.  in.
Graduate Optician.
Department   Militia  and   Defence.
Ciover  Point  Rifle  Range,
Victoria,  B.C.
SEALED TENDERS, marke 1 on envelope ���'rend':- for Construction ot
Stop-Butt, Rifle Rangi . s: ti ria, B.C.,"
an I a Idressed '��� the Si r< tary i :' the
Militia Council. Headquarters, Ottawa,
will be received until noon, the 10th
of November next, for the construction of a stop-butt for the rifle range,
Victoria, B.C.
Plans  and   specifications   may    be
.-���"ii and full information obtained al
the offices of the District Officer C m
manding, Military District Xo. 11, Victoria, and   the  Director of  Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa.  Ten-
I rs must he made on the form sup-
plii I  by the Department, and accompanied   by   a   cheque   on   a   Canadian
chartered bank for 10 per cent, of tlie
amount of the lender, payable to the
order of the Honorable tht- Mini-'.
a  Militia and Defence.
The Departmenl does nol hind itself
���    accej : the lowest or any tendi r.
Acting Deputy Minlstei  i :
Militia and De tence.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, mth October, 1906.
A   Bluff That   Won.
A new way of restoring domosti
peace is detailed in the Buffalo Commercial. A man there was approached the oilier day by a distressed looking young man with
whom he had a slight acquaintance,
and asked to do a little kindne?s.
".Mvwii'e and 1 have had a fight," the
unfortunate chap said by way of < s-
planation, "and I'm afraid to ; o
home. I wish you'd telephone l<
her thai you caught ine just a- 1
was leaving for Albuquerque, '-'.
II., vowing never to return, and
that you persuaded nie t'i ling' ;
and try to patch up differences with
her." The possibilities seemed so
great that the man did as requested. '
Result: The young man and his
wife are living together again as il
they had just started on their
Of the Unselfish  Work of Mrs. W. V.
Davies   in   S.   S.   Work  of
Clive.   Church.
A Very  Imposing  Nr.me.
King Sisawath of Cambodia, iv'k
has been attracting great intcri I
in Paris,has a verv long name���1': ..
Bat Samdoch Prca Sisawath Cha a-
chocrapong Haririach Braminthor
Phouvanaykraykeofa S o b a ]> ed< y.
The nearest English translation i '
this imposing title is. "He who is
thc supreme refuge, the being with
the sacred feet, the lord, the hem.'
��� most illustrious among the great:
,' the excellent, the perfeel one; tiie
descendant of ihe celestial spirits;
the handsome and glorious son of
the sun ; lhe splendid leader of the
races; glorious, illustrious, perfect
and holy emperor of the immense
capital of Cambodia, who is the
master of all souls and is pi i ed
uriA. flip --,...l... ,.'' .." -���	
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Columbia Street.
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pion*?r  Limited"  St.   Paul  to
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,  "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad in the  world that  equal in
equipment  that  of the  Chicago,  Milwaukee &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
i and dining cars on alll their trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence  of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
il   S. ROWE, General Agent.
n4 Third St., cor Alder, Portland, Or.
To-Day will be the Banner Day of
our Sale. All our $15, $18 and $20
Suits and Overcoats for
All of our $10 and $12 Suits and
Westminster Clothing Co.
Al the.'.- regular weekly meeting lasi
eight, tl, ��� nu nbers of the boys'league
r. the Olivet Baptisl church presented
i . address of a farewell character to
Mrs. \V. V. Davies, who will leave in
tie not distanl future t.> tali..' up her
residence in Chilliwack. Airs. Davles
lias taken a great interest iu the hoys'
work ever since its Inception, and has
attended the majority of their meet-
ings. Accompanying the presentation
.���.ill i ventually go a photographic
group of ilie boys oi the league. The
ellow:::.!. is a copy of the address:
Dear Friend,���As you are   soon   to
.ave .... and ien. ive io oilier fields of
usefulness, v.". !..������ undersigned meni-
i i rs of the buys' league of the Olivet
' Baptist  church, take this opportunity
. ol  formally bidding you farewell, and
' ul expressing the deep sense of gratitude we feel towards .vou for the kind
interesl  you have   always  expressed,
!>.���   both   words  and  deeds,  ill  us and
Oil ' work.
We acknowledge thai al timea we
may have caused you trouble and anxiety, hut underlying all we wish to
assure you that we have always sin-
C( rely appreciated your faithfulness
aieI  self-sacrifice on our behalf.
We trust that in your now home
you may be richly blessed by the One
to whom you have always tried to
point us, and that our loss may mean
Hat other boys are reaping the gain.
We bes vou to receive these small
tokens of our esteem, which will always remind you of your work among
N'ew Westminster, Xov. _, 19. G
"Under Southern Skies."
There is the say spirll of Hallowe'en iu "ruder Southern skies,"
which comes to ib,.. opera house fur
an engagement of one night, Wednesday, the Ttli inst., with an excellent
company aad a beautiful scenic production of the pretty idyll, now as
famous as "Way Down Bast." "Un-
der Southern Skies" is by Liottie
Blair Parker, of "Way Down l.ast"
fame. I; 's as essentially a geographical pla; as "Way Down East," and
- ' > ee Is in staging local color and
" uthorn life Sr. r< ally charming an I
:i hai tne ��� ed  ���'. le.
ider 9 .ut] ��� a Skies" is a love
. di wnrighi and wholesome; wiib
youth and gai< ty, humor and pathos,
an l i sa, (esslon if delightful pictures of Si tlthl .:i life, all sel to tbe
ti lling    of bow   Leila   Crofton   waa
vv I by two youths, one who wished
'ry ber happiness, and another wh >
wished I'm- his own sellisb ends to
fcrce ber to an unhappy bridal, The
Story is laid in Southern Louisiana
during is?.*', and the scenery is true
tc the lasi detail of pi c tii rest] ue plantation life.
Grand Trunk's Strategy.
Winnipeg, .Nov. _.���Negotiations are
now in progress for (lit. Wisconsin
Central railway io run inlo this city
over ilie tracks of ihe Duluth, Virginia & Rainy Lake railway, surveys
for wblch are now being completed,
This line will be In operation early in
the year, -ind according  to an agree-
 n with 'lie Canadian Northern, has
running rights Into this city from
Fort Frances. Tiie Grand Trunk is
Bald ") be tbe nominal owner of the
Wisconsin Central, so ibis Is looked
upon as an invasion of ihe Canadian
Northern's ground by the Grand
> ���
Published by The Daily News Pub
.'st ing i om in.. Limited, at thei
itfl et i .-,- i f Sixth at. ! Fron
r>*r ers,  New  Westminster,  B. C.
Managing Directcr.
J. C.
Tr.,;.--.���-.- ::--.!,-,:- advertising, IG
t-.nr- pei ,.-e nonpariel J 12 lines to
t'���'���   ;��� F.'-e    -_��� -   :       iine   i.
hi     -��� ..������.. '...-.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
.-ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Foi time con'racts, special post-
Lous, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let. etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken fcr
lesj than 25 cents.
Day   0ff.ee    A22
Night   Office       B22
SATURDAY.   NO /,   3,   1906.
Ion - :.:.    aces
:.��� - Hon. F. J   F il-
gi ay   signs    ol
in  British i
hat the hen
-ted T ie i est
  -  ��� -   ���
To Gentlemen:
Some Good Tailoring News
We'll give you the finest Suit of Clothes in Canada for the money.   The ranges
of styles and patterns are most extensive, just as satisfying as the price.
The stock offers a variety of clothing that has no equal in British Columbia.
$10.00, $12.00 and
$15.00 Suits for  . .
$7.��o and $10
N'i x that ���
- to and  1
the the -:.- ni . in-
ippear i
:.  -;
its in order that .ions an       n
-  : e avoidi
Richmond Brothers
E     thi     va ���      _������-������::        ���  ,
friends     f the  C msi   \
-   '
' ��� ie< ns-Shi     ime eii      ���:.
*'���   -��� - leve  - . -   Mr.  Fii I ling's
"    ' .     ��� ���   - .   ��� f  ::" ;
hen it i^ q ,;���  tain tha   ihe
ion .-...- - . lean is in eh - -.
- majorll i is a an 9' " To
Unary man. it lool - is if the
;' ��� :. e Ministei an I I he Govi ami at
to which be belongs were stronger instead ��� :' weakei than the. we e two
��� ears ago.
Expenence is the besl teacher.
Housekeepers, who have tried
them all say WINDSOR TABLE
SALT is the perfect table sak
Can anyone tell us why there Is no
di si; for the use of the public In th ���
(Ity tre i surer's offli e .'   The wire net-
ling   which   runs   along   the counter
leaves only a  narrow le Ige, whicb is
i ���  a.'. ..:���.a: i and inconvenient writing
tile. and as the city collects a very
rge   : imber of   ice Hints   for  light,
k ter  and   taxes,  li   should  certainly
.   li  . convenient   ���'. ice upon which
. :..   i - ;' ! write o   en lorse a cheque,
A  sirup!" shelf desk, like thai  in the
posi office lobbj. foi  example, woul I
< .-���   but   a   few   dollars,   and the ex-
. :' keeping II  supplle I with Ink
an i  : ens  would be  11 Ifling,    On the
nd, it  would  lie a great  con-
ei   ���   to many people.
ihe m-ialn of Sugar,
Sugar bas been known Bince the dawn
of history, but not in all countries. The
Chinese appear to have delighted their
palates with sugar for more than 3,'��0
years, and it was known in India earlier than in Europe, being made from
a juicy reed or cane. Ono of Alexander the Great's generals carried sugar
to Greece In tbe year .';���_'.'. R c, as Sir
Walter Raleigh some 2,000 years later
carried toba ��� frnm  Virginia to Eng
land. But even so late as 150 A. I>.
sugar was still a rarity in Greece. Tbe
famous physician Galen used it as a
remedy foi rtaln maladies,    Recenl
experiments show that sugar fias re
markable sustaining power when eaten
by thos,- undergoing great fatigue. Th'1
invention of the first process for retin
ing sugar Is ascribed to the Arabs, ana
i Venetian merchant' Is said to hare
purchased the secret from "hem and
Introduced tbe process In Sicily. The
refininc of sugar was flrst practiced If
England about 1059.
wanted ��� A blacksmith foi *l me
quarry. Applj Gilley Bros., Front
sti eel. New Wesl minster 190-tl
PRINTING���:..'   is   ii your printing.
We   _ iar ini i   ve     reas ma i
rices, Iverj    an I  com
- itisfac lon. The Arrow Press,
From  street.   Mrs. Dominy, owner.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Purchase Notice
all  rail   route  between   all
point, east, west and south to Rossland, Xelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pachc and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect^ at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyer- Falls with
stage r'-iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November     io,
Notice is hi -��� ���".. 60   lava
.- er   late   i   inten I   a iplyin;  to  th
i :l let   C immissl iner   of   Lan ia    an
Woi...- for permissi m       mrcha -������ the
���������    les       ed situated at
-    ��� .,  , ith   .'  the Kildala i  ������ ���  Coasl
disti lei: C imn encins    I t ma
��� :  'A*.   M.'s  N.  K  Co ner  plante 1  on
he  south   bank  of the   Kildala   river
a:  'ii" mouth, running as  follows    10
chains    south,    10   chain ���    west,    10
. :. - ii irth to thi   -   ' ������ line, theni e
follow Ing shore line to ]   ice   il  com-
��� . :   ement, containing  16   i res m n e
��� I ���  less
Ae_'.  _T.  1906.
Locator, W   MOODY,
' I I   24,   1906.
W.  R. Gilley, 'Hnone l-i-'i.
Dealers ln
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. C. fottery Co. Bewer pipe
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cemenl
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Dtf*|
'Phone its
municipal eieel' 'as  in   Lon lon
a   reaction   againsl   the   policj
-   prevaile I   there   fo    some
���  whieh. W hlie greal   refo
..   .. "ii aci    II    ed, has un I   i
��� een a littli   too ia;,id.    It   has
Ised     insclentlflc    In
���: ���    ���    ., ���      The  in.iin  producing
cause tion   ������'��� 'il  be  f mn 1
irden    if taxa
. ' ��� ihe
ar" it <    t  of sotni    of the
led o rime wlll
��� '���   ��� ���   .    |Itu       o a   large extent
nsclentll of the polli
1 : ���. -     ��� en  ' he lea ���'   costly;   I he
of d<   '   h i    b< en  create I   bj    ind
takings sound In themselves, bul  too
iu hed.    The avei ige eh cl  ���
��� ..  be Ind ice I to 1 10k ahea I a little
but   lie   soon   loses   pa'ii'lit.e   when   h(l
sees the tax bill growing bigger, and
has nothing to console him withal except benefits In which the whole community shares, and which do nol put
any money in bis individual pocket,
li is not at till likely that national
politics cul any considerable figure in
producing the result. Mr, Balfour's
statemenl to the contrary notwithstanding. Political partizanshlp in
Englan I Is not carried to the extremes
to which it runs in the United States
and in Some parts of Canada.
Tl:r   Word   "How."
"Row"   is  one  of  the   many  words
which are ri<in_r to respectability wit!'.
advancing age.   Todd's edition of John
son's dictionary (lS27i denounced II a.
"a very 1 iw express! 11."   Since II ap
pears to have b 'en o ��������� isionally written
"roue" about a century ago some b i ,*.
wlsbe 1 to find II - oi g n In the Fren '
"roue."    Todd   Identifies   It   with   ib-
older    t iusc,"   a   drunken   bout,   big
drinking glass ar big drink, In  wl i
sense that word several times oreurs iti
Shakesp. are     Hamlet   observes   thai
"the king doth wake tonight aad takes
his rouse."   "i: iw" is -upp ised t'i be a
fai-"  singular  formed   from   "rouse,"
mistaken   for  a   plural,   as   "pea"   for
"pease,"    "sherry"    from    "sherris,"
"cherry" from "cberls."   But it  ms
simpler to explain "row" as ghorl for
"row-de-dow," an excellent word for
9.20 am.
t2.2S p.m.
g..(C a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane   . . . .7.15 p.m.
.. Rossland  ... .4.10 p.m.
..   Nels ai     6.43 p m.
The "DICK" Old Country
Damp Proof Boots
Tin" Late Stran ater,
An attorney In Philadelphia who
makes a specialty of prosecuting suits
ri gainst railway companies growing out
of Injuries due to accidents on the line
tells of the trouble experienced In the
cross examination of an Irish witness
rhls witii,-ss iia.i I.- lilontly been carefully coached by counsel for the com
pany, for wheu the question was put to
him, "Was the mai found on tbe track
a total stranger-.'" the wary Celt ro-
1 piled:
"I Bhould say not, sir. Seein' Unit
Ills left leg was gone. I shuiilil say, sir,
that he were a partial stranger."���Woman's Home Companion.
He   -'nlll'il   tne Tarn.
"I enmo," announced the Intimate
friend of Ihe family, "to make my
dinner call."
"But," they protested, "you haven't
been here to dinner lately."
"I know that." he replied, "and 1
thought if I called that defect might be
An invitation was promptly forth
pomlug.- New York Press
. nMptclona -."error,
"iVeii,   brother,"   said   the  deacon,
"thai was a line prayer you made lust
J night."
"Thank you, deacon.    I am very glad
I to bear you say so."
"Ves, it was a splendid prayer, Ions
und fervent. And, say. what have you
been doing nnyway.   You can confide
In  me witb  lbe  utmost   ifldence,    1
wouldn't betray you  for anything in
the world." -Chicago Record-Herald
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any a', illable Dominion Land ��� within the Railway Bell in British Columbia, may i'e bome teaded by any person who is tbe sole bead of a family,
or any male over Is \e:irs of age. to
th-- extent of one-quarter Bectlon of
ICO acres, more or less,
Enl ry musi be made person illy al
tii ' local land ofiice for the district ln
Whli ii  ' a.   '. ill I  Is situate.
The i. imesteader is required to pcr-
:'��� rm the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
up.ui and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father for mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
.if tbe land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by -i-.iii p'-r-<>n residing with the father  or  mother.
(jl If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his home-
-*ead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
S.x month-' notice in writing should
be given t" the Commissioner of Dominion Land, at Ottawa of intention
in apply te oateiit.
Deputy  Minister  of the  Interior.
N.  B.���Unauthorized publication of
this   advertisement   will  r.ot   be  paid
I fcr.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
While Hogs
Young   ..." 1 a
ning   inlmal -.   I    ne an.l    1   h . I
1 ��� telephone
Youths, $2.00      -      -      Boys, $2.75|
Boys can't wear these out in one season.
Gent's from $4.00.
J. STEWART  -   Sole Agent
Old  Country  Boot Store, '       nbi.   St., Nev
-JltHf.f ir-'-������'������ t& fc"' '���
WR"A"*' Advertise   in the  Nei
Telephone .1 l
��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ��������������<.������<.��������������������������������������������������� *������������������������������������������**
��� ���������������������������������������	
9 5 roomed dwelling on Princi  s streel   '
T l-ioomed Iwelllng on  Princess streel  ���''"
��� .-roomed Iwelllng  In Sapperton  (lol  I.i   fruit)    j:,:j
J - roomed dwelling on  El venth street  (lol  In fruit)    -*-'0'
J fi-roomed dwelling   Fifth avenue (corner lot)    3950
J T-rcomed house,  Carnarvon  (all  conveniences)        $'.C3-
J " roomed house, Agnes Btreel      $1,0:0
J 1' roome I house, Fifth avenue ' corner lot)    $1,200
��� have "ne t
X            Since Oct. _3 we have disposed of six dwellings In the city at satlsfactorj prices.   It V" " .,:.,|
X     Bale, list It with us,    No commission charged unless we make the sale   We advertise free of en
X   .60 Columbia  St. VV H fi t C    Si    SHUCS J
��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������**** JAY, N
OV. 3. 1906.
..-���_.-�������������������"���������������'���:���.��-���::�������.��>' ��:'���>::���::���::�����.'�����.:������������:���-��������������������� ���...._��_ -.. ...	
..  to w ar
- i . ..-." ������. to go
27 inch era:,::    .;
i5c :      -.ard.
j Local News Briefly ToldOI
S. I,. Ti
f>.      A  little   gasoline  launch,  the   Mill-
;��;     Ide, not   previously   noted   along  the
ij   water front, was i le i up al the Eighth
: .
ti . daj   an ale 1    up     The   i essel
��� hen pi oci eded to N'anaii
A      t  wharf yesterday.
ilks Hats Coats
j!,- The steamer Favorite h is     en c im
>: ,i:,.| to go im.i dry dork for repairs   modelled tor the purpose    Tin   gen
!���: owing to the accident described In the | eral   business ofiice  will  occupj   thi
V Daily Xews yesterday morning.
nen ie  Ic
:.   : SS.
-���na.. a
illy i
class v  . .clash.
Blair P irker, author
Messrs.    Malins   &   C .   will ol     Wa       I   _ i    Easl "
'���"   '"'''   theil ' lay. A   Play that Will   Live Forever.
The premises which were formerlj occupied bj Messrs. McQuarrie & Co.
and McRae, the tailor, have been re-
The mo.-   ������ Ig -. il, unh icknej e i and
livei Southern lifi
front of ih" building,  while the rear Massive  Production   Complete  In
will  be  occupied   in   tbe  private of- Eve     Detail.
In the neighborhood of 100 bales of   flees of the partners of the firm    Mc- ��^er Two Million  People Have Seen
A   hop.-   from    the   Cbilliwack   dlstricl   Quarrie & Co. have moved into W. E. This Play.
*   '���"���'���"   shipped   yesterdaj    to   eastern   Fales' office. Seats on  sale    n  Mondaj   morning
<������     oints' a   Ryall's  Drug S
Vftel   to-morrow I             al Salva Prices. $1.00,  75c.  50;:   gallery. 25c.
Army   coriis   will   be  un ler  the  com- -
omt 3,
The Flyer came Int i porl j-esterdaj
j��* with   two scmv   loads  of  rock,    line
j��; scow load of crushed rock was for the
!*��� Delta municipal council and one .cow
A load of rip-rap fn ind :
man I  ol   Adjutani   and   Mrs   G isling,
who have been statl ine la    VI    ., la
The fin
husual chances to save here these clays.   We tested | ��� ::,r:\:Z .^ .,
|ir buying power by baying heavily of these goods.
Test your Saving Power by taking advantage of
our offerings.
ior  ;i   considerable    leng h of   time.
Cap..   tSalnsbury    will    ta :  ur
meetii g of tl     B    ��� Ini in   n'eel<s' ������ n th   har-
11 th|s .,.-.   ness again.    II" does  nol il         enl
M mbers   linow  "'"':''    !l"   will       ��� statione I.
ire requeste II    be    in   hai       I  2 10   ',:  '    Sainsburj    . foui
.' lock. city has won ti'    respect o
. ns. an I will '��� . . ���     ��� a
The Bi   '     ���                   Into   rrii a [s behind him  who ' foi  his
orl   1,30 I   sacks  of oats.    Five hun-   future welfare
S   dred  sacks were  for the  Fashion  Iiv-
i i j   stabli -    nd tin   balai       will   I o      The con Iui tors o     I . .-
i:  ickman-Ki
This Morning's Special
Rustling Chiffon  Taf-
���   - , [ualitj -fnr  blouses,
.   Iresses    w hiti   ci earn, sl .���
.. ven . a .    grey, pink,  cei I se,
Una! and idle;  a good honesl   liai ���
:��� ��� ���    .... !    $1.00    Si I        This
.....    '��� i    59c
Cur Skirt Sale has  ilwaj     ittra ted
���   ���:.��� ion    i ivorable    i ommeni
. iis  tin earing  30   stylish
te  skii      ���'. -. h   "!.;*   to $$6.00
.         $3.25
Ladies' Warm Winter 31 .uses -One
' m Ire 1 ol wh i came in jusl too
; .- ��� ir ��� he exh dtlon trade. The;
a." a irn . ; rei tj a 1 sen Iceable
V iur    .  ilce for  -75c
Tin   old   I       .a ih   hole]    milil
Co.,   perton lines yester lay i   hp 1
i   tl f their livi      to rm
ear- on   iche lull   time.    Th    Sappi
A shipped
V Victoria.
| has  i-a:,';,.,;/':.': "i*'v,"i"'.;   t0"Car,  ^ on the        ���
���*.. . .���. '....        , ,   ,     ,    iH,,'l    ��lai".   an .   the   dl       cai    n is
.���.     ."   cii ��� ister.     I he   o :    an -  ,        ,       ,
A .   . . ,. .    , iro igh   ��� .   i    ';���,."    |n the middle
v mark is  now  aln is     emi ished, and     ,. ,,   , .,.,
* ol  Park row.    i he cau rou
Kv#:v one wl o breakfasts,
lunches i r dines at
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well < looked
Everything i- Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
A ae hoard.- will  be used  to swell  the ,
A ,           .  ,...            .     . ble  was  the lallen leavi !,  whli  I  ware
A number ol  bill     iar Is in an 1 around ,,            ,      .  . ,���
���; ,      ., damp, and  acted  like   gr lase  on    he
���' he cit;.
���#. rails, causing the wnei Is to slide and
SJ! After spending ihe uighi  In the po- block up.   The conductors and moi ir-
A lici    cells,   Dan    Shan     mis   given  a men  were  assisted  bj   a   few   of the  (
;���; earning in the police      irt this morn- passengers in the work of clearing the
��< n._   to  1";   liquor alone,  and  allowed track    and    getting    things    moving
a " go iree on promising to do better again.                                                      Trano Block
A ���'   future.    \v. A. Duncan, J.P.,   .ecu-      .,.,            ,    .                                             Columbia St.
A ���   i .i           ��� .    ��� ,                                      I he Installa     ..              i       heatius
�������� . "I the magisterial seat.                                                                                  e  ���
><sl apparatus    a,   ...      ,   ivin ial   < uurl
>J Sportsmen  returning  from  Lulu is- house is   pro       sing     ...... and   it
!���! ������''������'  yesterdaj  reported    hal  a large h   expected    ..     th    .anil  .   will be
;���' flock  of  geese  has  been   making   Its aide to turn the heat  on on Mondaj
h headquarters  near Ewen's slough  for morning.    The masons  we   rushing]
H :,i"   past   week.    The geese  are  said along  the  work yesterday  afternqon,
�����; lo  be  verj   wild,  and   few sportsmen and  the work of walling up the  fur-1
-*i an   aide to gel within gunshol of the naces was more than half
till ('"u:\-o, including Coffee with
Cream,       -      -       35c
'rs to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
1 Tea. t 'offee, Steaks cur Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
New  York Pattern  Hats    ,       ���;.   i        '3e beau-
. ttion i are to   e offe    .   t a iou   li ilf price.
lew   au I   sl rlish   an I  wcr'.h   $16,   $2 i  an I
y,,u;.   choice       $10.50
One Hun.:e_   Wrappers   ���  Comprising   man
i : m iii     -i ������������-.  In   :    i      n iterlals.    The
son; $1.2:   . ��� "     m i $2.00 lines
12 only   Heavy  Winter  Jackets, $12.30,  $1S.00
122.30;   i  '���   a' rii tl;    late��l    -'   les
o   - ��� .'. mal " lal i at.
V'arm Winter
lozen Ladies' Vests���
.vii   as   mill   seconds.
e are equal to 50c and
floods, but owing to
t'fections are sold ;is
nds���now 35c
a  >vary birds
71   dozen  ; ai
Ladies'  and  Misses'  Cashmere
Hose. In  plain and      bed, with   -eamle.s feet; all  >,
The    \V,
Kii 1    Methodist    church
Izes up to ti
a Coates,  rn'  Montreal,   whom   they re-
i5c values.lor 2.c  u- cently Invited to the pastorate of the
;��; church, and   the  reverend  gentleman
a states thai   he cannol  at  the presenl
c impleted,
The connecting up if the 'furnaces
will take only a shorl time, and the
i oun house officials are looking forward io the hour A'hen ll will be n i
longer necessarj to sit rolle I up in
blankets and topcoats. None of them I
have done   so,  but   several   ol   them
Lacies' and Children's Kerchiefs, of white lawn   ��*<   .
with lace bor |i :'  ir . I iln h ���::: ititche i e Ige;  : :g ilar   >*<   ,.,,[,
llis way  io accepl  I hr invl-
stated thai they fell like it,   Tbe fur- It's Like Handing You Money
12Vjc an l  10c. for 	
Rea ilar  v ��� la     I  r
naces are of the most  up-to-date de-
'"' sign,   and   will   hum  either   coal   or   t" s(      ":    ;
\\*. c.  Bowman,   of   Sumas, who  wood.
>*���   was  in   tlie  cltj   yesterday   after bav-
�����;  lng attended the Liberal organization
Warm Winter
Jessie Maclachlan
our fountain pen i,
They save lies of time, and time, you
know, is money. The pens we handle
an the kind tha!
meeting  In  Vancouver   on   Thursday
evening, stated thai there was a prospect of excellent times at Sumas since    THE   SCOTTISH   PRIMA   DCNNA,
the passing of the dyking bylaw.   A assisted  by
quantity ol  m isi desirable land would
(hereby  be  opened  up  and   rendered   DOUGLAS i'OUN S Ten i
JOHN  Mcl-INDEX, Violoncelll il
;���' cultivable.
15   dozen  Women's   Union  J preA Eastman, until recently one of
Rib      Drawers.     different  jjj the partners  conducting the  Fashion   ROBERT   BUCHANAN,  Ace    ipanlst.
Sizes g'OOd medium Weight  J "very  stables,   stated   yesterday   that I      Under      i an pices ol  the Sons
���special 35c pair ��
al! the time. Once Blled, the ��� are il
ways ready for a :ri:. e. Th iy a 'I
leak or refuse to feed ti'." Ink or [ail
In any particular. Trj one of the
moderately-priced kind, an i s ie whal
: have be m ml -sins.
had nol ia.en boughl oul bj Mr.
S I. le. bul thai he an 1 his pari ner bad
Ladies' and Children's $ ^old oul to Mr. Henderson before dls-
Flannelette Drawers, big $ *"lvin- Partnership. Mr. Eastman
ii ii    :___   ,,f nc. A   makes this  statemenl   to  correct  tin-
line, all sizes, at <soc
of Scotlan I.
W.C. Chamberlain, 5u^
y   Impression  t hal   he  retired   fr un  I hi
A.   business before It was   ought  by th.
in in      an i    seven \    yard
h   Cashmere,   !_ Inches wide;    il
ind   w'   ...    , |U,   re-julai   50c
Inbleachsd Table Damask, 7" In h
I'ardwid-   Flannelette,   In
hies;     ild el     .here at Jl
jc to
.   10c
0,    1'
Caxony  Wc:
i;;   >.  s i   Fine White
i weighl   pin
Wccl Qlan.
resenl  owner.
.53.50   ij
A  commodious  house and   barn  Is  house  r.n cent ���
Nov. 15th at 8:30 o'clock
Reserve i seal    I'd coi       resl   if th
elng erei te I on Lulu  Island by Nels
$ 1.2c
.      >Tl       \"'a
who   has decided  to  take  a
Box plan al Ryall's Dr
SI .
Telephone   A1SI   r\-  address   lt.h   Avenue and nub 3treet,
four  onlj   Ladies'  Tailon I   -u:'.:     il   O.n
i-i    and navi cheviot; the li              ���������  ' 'l! w ���
JlO.o ' ��� i ���'"   00, go al    "-'���������
Umbrella News
i      i     an I Misses'  Uni   ���    i
.,;���  a   Ri o   qunlll     Glu la   ���]]l.
lii..-   and   light,   with  pars
frames,   metal   rods and   tasty
:    idle
Elghl dozei Cal Iren' Si hool
Umbrellas, slxte n   dozen   l 11-
clln. with metal rods, men's
an | children's sizes,SOc and 75e
��� m |ro i. of yards of Wrap-
[.erette Goods, In blues, greens,
fiwns, re !.-���. pinks, etc.; one lii,-'
lot, to go al  3'^c
A ning al l h ' simple life * henever he
>' finds Ihe time hanging heavily on his
J '.ani'-. or when the brewing of dell-
A. clous Pverageg palls on hlm. UH
|*J new residence is being bulll on his
ich en  the Island, and  as there Is
an abundance of game in the vIclnlty,
;*!   Mr. N'eiaon will make it a poinl to uo
V   there of en  ���'. irlng  tho shoolIng sea-
{    of workmanship finish Is what makes furniture values.   Our endeavor   J
;    I? t'     '"c these two qualities   In every article hough I and sold.   Our   I
.I im
::i  buck dining chair possesses   these   in   marked    degree���
Two  Millside men   are  al   presenl
���i der suspicion of having keen ImplI-
'���' ruled In the robbery which took place
ij ni   tho    Millside   station   early   last
A. 'vrek, by which Mr. Parker lo3t a con-
A Iderablc  amounl  of  clothing,   which
V was abstracted from his valise which
:J had heen '"fi overiiinlit in the depot.
,���, Tin   men under suspicion were seen
y loitering around  the depol   for Bome   i
they an.  excellent value.    Our 13.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ll   J
ii lender and Is a winner; roomy  and comfortable;   and  those  fancy   ��
chairs, large genuine Spauisti leather upholstering at lia.oo is one   t
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak   frame   from   .7 au  each up. !
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
dab    Jm�� ���
w .  . . ome
nr    >J
>J time that   evening,  and   It   is  likely
>{ Ihni arrests will he made shortly.
- 1
,���;     Two good   football   matches   have
y heen arranged for this afternoon, thel
J r.rsi   one to be played   between  the
�����! local Intermediates and the Vancouver
[���] Shamrocks al   2 o'clock.    After Ihnso
Ji huskies have exhibited their prowess'
>J io an admiring crowd, and the game
!���! haa he,mi won. by the better team, the
Columbia St.
R, C Plirdy, The Confectioner
Is now manufacturing* on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramels
V Rovers will go up  against   o picked
���J senior team from the Columbian colli r             f��          .-       ���<_,_.*_-,4.     J?     C    >__ !eS9i :!:i;l P*'�� ,'1'1 ''' "':l' h ,h' .v,,ll|h-;
[SeW vVestminsier, d. i^. ,���. ,.��� iWont, a ,-,.������ things ah,.���t the
'J; gentle art  of klckini ,    Th ���   Hovers
***>:*:<o:aaa*a*aaa*:c��aka*a*a^^ ''''":i",hc'     I carry a full line of G. B. and Lowney's Chocolates.
'       )
1   .     Rev. A
B tor.    Holy Coi
s   ��� ��� ���, .  - i       Commui
���   ��� |   and   -��� rmi n    by  'be   recti   .   '.
ind i".
excepi .   when   E
song is sai
every ' lint's di y . i
3 a :.a   Cl on Friday afti
s     ��� ti <������   C.   W    I
i . Evening Prayi
7 Bibli      lass,  _
Sum! m..     iptisi  -
Iter ���Sui I oil   P actii
Pa ..'-     Ri fi ran i     Epis      a!
chii ���;��� .    .     le B. Owen,       toi
I ship,   San lay,   11   a m. I l
7 ;   Sundaj     si hool,    2.30   p.m.;
��� ting, Thin - laj.  s
Olivei   Baptist   chn Rej    M.   I..
D.D., pasl    .   Preaching S
.  m. an 1 7 p.n the
��      .        ���    ���   :     is:   Moi ning,  ' 1 ���
!>ai   Pi ������     ' -'      The    S:   i
cance  i     thi    Lo   I's    S ippi r."
Sunday   ��� 31   ���    class   will
hoi I its session at 12 1.. p.n    i    '���
rf  2.3(1, custoi
"i o ing Pi ��� etinc, Moi
.t   thi
;thi        '       '���   '      sin a
��� .    ;- . .    i   on the
a of Hebrews.   All are inviti '���
���  ���       Mi       .: ������       Sunda;   ser-
\I es,   Ll   ���        and   7   p.m.;   Sun
. .   ��� '       Sunday sen   ���
:���   I . ��� ��� ��� ������ 1        Re\   ,1   "..  "
i ''       ��� a  1" Us,
St.  .',:. In w's   Pres    ti Rev. J.
s.   li-:. lerson,       -������       S in la     ser-
\: ��� -.  ll  a.m.  and  7 p.m.;  Christian
1 ���. li avoi. Mon lay,   S   p.m.;    Sun I
ibji 'he Safetj and Si
��� Divine !'.   ti 'tion"; i vening,
"Ci   ���'.- I'-. ��� Si ' '; ������    nd C mfort."
West Pres iyti rian���Rev. T. Ward-
law Taj'Ior, M.A., Ph.D.. minister.
.*. rvii"- ll a.m. an 1 7 p.m.; Sunday-
school iind Bible class. 2.30 pan ;
; raj ei mi eting, We iti"- lay, S p.m..
M ning -: eet, "The Value o! thi
i' mn on li e"; ��� . ��� ning subject, "Un-
si Ifishni --." thi seci nd of four -1 :
������   : - on   Tl i  Christian Life."
iox church, Sapperton���Rev U.
M Kenzie, B.A., pastor, Services, 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school ynl
Bl le "lass. 2.30 p.m.; meeting ol Y.P.
S OE. Immediately    fter the evei lng
; .      Evi nil e   - ibjei t,   Obedie.
: - the  ::   ivenly Vision."
SI   Peti ��� I ral i Roman C tlio-
Ii   '    -���   mi n, 7   .-a.   Mas-"- a   ��� ani
ld.30   ,i .   Sun '  v school al 2. ,0 p.m.
Turned Down.
;-   i-  i": orti !  that  the Trade- an I
i.;.;. :   co in   '     ���   Vancouver  has,   I y
lutii n,  n fuse I   to   recognize  the
T  ides Uni mist, a monthly pai ei  pu
lished in Vancouver, as the organ of
Clearing White Ribbon..
White ribbons���satin, messa
louisine and *kn rest of the eat ..
kinds���which   have   become   --
mav  be washed  in tepid   watc"   :.
which soap '���' lly has been Sy ...s..,
Stretch '..��� ..   . ut u on h boai .
drv���an ir dying board coven d   ���
clean   mus] i     -   spli ndid   tor  I
purpot"���]'.'.:..'..  1 be ends  Iir
eo as I ' str<' h the ribbon bc\ d
the need of pressing if possible
To Wash Challis.
l'i r wasi  : . challis rice water .-
the best.   Boil one pound of i
five quarts   :       er.   Wl en coo) p
the ��� hallis in *. ith the rice and wati r and wash  well, using thc r  ���
f..a ;.   . ���   you   wi    Id   -".io.     l-f   '
rii    ng is    ;ed tin   i   o will have ������
good ' Pfi   '    n tbe fa iric.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
cf Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and thc Yukon Territory.
COAL- Coal : :- may be purchased at $10 per acre ior soft coal
and $.'o for anthracite. Not more
th n 320    n be acquired by i ne
individual  or  company,     Royalty   at
the rate- of ������ n ci nts per ton i f 2000
pounds shall be .. Ilected on the gi
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding frce miners' certificates
may obtain entry ior a mining location.
A frce miners certmcate is granted
fnr one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and irom
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A frce miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
Thc claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. Tbe
fee for recording a claim is $_.
<At least ifioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof, When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
��� r may, upon having a survey-
made r.r.d upon complying with other
-���, |uirements, par .base the land at
Jl.co an  acre.
P.rml.sion may be granted by the
'.' ���   ster      :'   the    Interior   to   locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
ci 1 p< r, in tbe Yukon Territory, of an
ri ��� not exceeding 160 acres.
The   patent   for  a   mining  Ii catii n
shal!   1 ���   vide   :��� r   the   payment   1 i   a
Royalty  of  .'_  per cent, of the  sales
:   the  1 ri  lucts  of   tbe   local
PLACER MIXING���Manitoba and
the N*. W. T., excepting the Yu! n
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fei
$5, renewable yearly. On the N rth
Saskatchewan River claims are either
I r or bi nch, the fi rmer being 100
feet ' ng and extending between high
.ater mark. The latter include- bar diggings, but extend- back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where sti im
power is usi I claims 200 ieet wide
:     v  Ibl   ��� '������    "ed.
Dr< Iging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A tree miner may . b-
tain only two leases of five mill - ���
for a term of twenty year-, renew-
ibli :n the discretion of the Minister
:'  the   Interior.
The li -- ���'��� ':-' t is ���- nl -��� 1 tc the
.. 1 ��� erg d beds or bars f the rivi -
' .'. ���.. ny 1 iw ������'��� ter mark, md sub-
���' - first yiar ard Sio per mile for each
subsi juent year. Royalty -ame as
��� - ��� lining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed _?o feet in
length, measured on the base line 0/
genera] direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
_rrc feet. All other placer claims
-hall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two   legai
sts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking e
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
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, on the output on which no royalty shall bf
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims only.
Entry fee Sio. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
, bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee 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 five miles
but where a person cr company has
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental. Sio
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds Sm.ooo.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six  '.eases of five miles  each may be
granted to a free miner for a 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 the v��r of the
date of the lea = e.
The le = see shall have one dredge
in   operation   within   two   years   from
' the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
frnm such date. Rental Sioo per mile
Yukon   Territory   to  be   paid   to  tbe
I comptrc *,!er.
No iree m:ner shall rffivc a grant
1 of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may lead any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paj ng fee of Sj. A claim may be
abandoi 1 d and another obtained on
the same . reek, gulch or river, by
giving nol   1   and paying a fee.
Wi ���'.. 1, isi 1." lorn -i .1 claim
���    ii ;��� ���   : to the value of at least $200.
A certific te tl t work has been
���"��� mdi ni d, a-,ad "pen to occupation
d entry by B free miner.
Berths 1 n thi ir lei pen are longer,
i ighi r ,,nil wider than in similar 1 ars
on any other line, They proti t
their trains by the Block Systi
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely liy having a survey
made ami publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazeite.
Petroleum All unappropiated Dominion Land- in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for'
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on tbe land to be
prospected, an area of io_o acres for
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the pros-
pector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres, including the oil well, will be1
sold to tbe prospector at the rate of
J-l an acre, and the remainder of tlie
tract reserved, namely, i_8o acres,
will be sold at the#r. te of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister of the  In
Dept, Interior.      .. "\ i
HITESIDE &  EDMONDS, Barristers and solii tors, I'S..-. kie B It.,
Ci luml ta   stn et,   New    Westminst! r.
\V. J. Whiteside, li.  L. Edmonds.
tor ot the supreme court. Offices
Canadian   Bank   of   Commerce   build
ing,  Co! in.: la   sti eet,  opposite   ;
ofiice,  New   Westminster.    M .ney   to
barristers, solicitors, etc. Of
fices: New Westminster, Trapp B k.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne Btreets
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24. 44*i Granville street. ,1 iseph Martin, K. C, . ���
W. Wea't. W. 1". McQuarrie, H. A
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl be in th.
Westminster offices every Friday af
Hi. WAV,  REID  &   BOWES,  Barristers,   solicitors,   etc.,   4:   Lome
street,   1     osite ii    se,   New
Westminster.    A. Whe :���  . P.O. Box
GEORGE K. MARTIN, Barrlstei and
Solicitor. Guichon  block, C
tia and McKenzie streets. New V esi
minster. B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. Bai r! ter, Solb
an I Not:      Pu       , In pi        e sin ���
1S91 at New v. ���        nster, B.C.   Ol
Bees ren oved to Curtis B        '   b
son   strei t, opposite   Court  Housi
P.O. Box L69.   Tele] hone 64.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Wi 'minster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second  Wednesday of each mi nth
Quarte.l.v  meetings  on  the  .- nd
Wednesday of February, May.
August and Noveml er, at 8 p. it-
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, New
members may be propo-' d and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting,   A. K. Wh'".. Sec.
UNION  LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. 4 A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
orethien are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i month in
Masonic Temple. b( 8 1. m. Visiting brethren are ordially invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
Never before and perhaps never again will
you be able to buy such Shoes as we are
selling to-day.
Ask to see the "Dr. Special"' Waterproof Shoe
specially made for our high class trade.   None other'
just as good.   See that your next pair is a "Dr,
For Pine Shoes
We have the "Utz & Dunn," manufactured J
Rochester, N. Y. Every pair of Patent Leather we
sell have our guarantee against cracking. See thai
your next pair is an Utz & Dunn. These shoes are!
sold only by
The Reliable Shoe Store
R. I;. K. of !., meets seeond and
fourth Friday of each month, at s
p. m��� in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially Invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;    E.   E.  Matthias.  Reg.
Canadian Pacific ��� MST ON EARTH
���Meets in Orange ha'll first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
rn. Visiting brethren ate cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
'1 he  ' nly   1 allway  1 unning  through
sleepers   ind tourisi    ,   -.    Best equi]
Train foi Seal le leave* al v::u a.m.
Eastern Express at 15.40
For  1 ati -.   n sei vations   and othi
pai tii ulai s apply to
1, 0. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular mee-inps of 'his lodge
ate held in Oddfellows' ball, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
I! ��� invite 1 ti atten 1 A. !'. Hal! 1
.   ,-, N.G : V.". ri     ith! a    Rei   rt"".
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. .
���Meetings 'he first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordlallj invited to ati��end.
Ledge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, ("lurkson Btreet, C.
S. Corrlg in, ������ - order; Louis Witt,
m . ter woi kman.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Ro " Degree meets Second and
Fourth \\'"iin sdaj of each month
In K. of P. Hall, Columl ia se, al
v p. in., White Ro e Degree, Fourth
Wedne iday In "ach month, Bame
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. B. B, Stlnch-
com!.,, l'i" ... 11. Disney, Sei retary,
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month nl 8 o'clock, In tiie small
hall, (id.Ifellows' block. Visil ini;
brethren are cordially Invited tti attend.    .1. it. Rushton, C. K.; F. P.
Maxwell, R,  S.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
tliis Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at K p, tn. in the Oddfellows* Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to attend. B. C. Firth, C. R.;
K. V. Maxwell, Sec.
at S o'clock p. in., In Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. Ci N. R. Brown,
C. P. R   Agent,
New Westminster
E.   J.   COYLE,
Assistant    General    Passenger    Agent,
Westminster Iron Works
Ornamental   Iron   wont,   including
Fences, Qate3, Flre Escapes, etc.
Mall 01 .' rs snd correspondence in
BEOBIE H 1 Ki_i_i.
.: "v Westminster. p. u. 474.
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 186.       Mara  ftione 187
It  utilizes  all  the  heating  power  of   the   hard   cc. !,  soft coal. *W|
coke.     Ordinary  steel   and   cast   iron   ranges  are   fuel   wasters.   Th��J
work   ..ell   until   the   bolts   become   loese where steel  is bolted to cas! 1
The Monarcn range is diHerent. It is constructed with malleabeJ
frames, to which the steel is nvetted. net bolted. It is only in fij
that absolutely air-tight joints can be made. There is no stove C'Jtt||
Monarch   air-tight   seams ���no   danger of   leaks.
Milk Chocolate,
'    Croquettes, Wafers,
'    Cakes, Medallions,'
Cowan's Cream Bar
The  COWAN  CO.,  Ltd.,  TORONTO
r^_.��T,'��N' L0RD 0F(,���r- iS,LESi AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday o�� every ft���1*J?  Telephone A18. or address -ith Ave.
K.    of    ]��.   Hall.      John    McNlven,'
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Soc. aue and 10th Street.
We Are Clearing 0
China Tea Cups and Sautf
i     at $2.25 per dozen.
The Regular Price is P|
per dozen.
;, C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
Manufacturers  and Dealers in  All Kinds  of
iber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc
Fi ih and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
[oyal City Branch, Columbia St.
New Westminster
French Hem
*3j    Hclle  1laninics
-  ���   -
ladian Bank of Commerce
Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
Gei era]  Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
,ty afforded   Farmers  for   their  banking   business.    Sales   Notes
Id or taken   for collection.
\.      ,   BY   MAM.���Deposits   ma    bei ade      withdrawn
receive every a I tention.
Royal Bank of Canada
ilute se   irit;   I    depositor.-     START NOW I       ve your money
11 nevei   regrel  It.    People   do li  rder things ever,  da.  and have
.how  :' ���:��� it
iLLAR opens an accoun       Pul ll In your pocket, i   would prob-
.   i INE  Dl ILLAR   ! po sited ever,   we us will in
���     ��� $601 5 I.    THINK    'nils  OVER.
���    ii ���  :���:.: la .
: ���
.'.:.' 120 i
.   I        tin
10 chain
lining G.
......       miles  ii
���    i
'        t _    : ���
!��� ' ng at   a
M a N.W. Corner, j
Rve and a hal    .
the  mouth,  runni      a 160
���    east,    10  chain .        160
: irth to ] olnt
������'           '���   ������           t,    conl ig   640
ic res, ni o re   n
Locate i Aug ist 27, 1901
5. Com   en Ing   til marki d
W. M.'s  X.I.. C ii :.������:.      .:. I    m  the
f th'   Kll lal iboul
one mile Eroi >uth of the river,
running as foil .-��������� s: so ch ilns south,
SO chains we t, SO ch iin n ir h to the
s'noi e Iin i  I hen        lilowin; ��� I ne
'" pi '.:���.'   ���' tent, i intaining
640 acres   -    re   r 'ess.
e . A igusi 27, 19 16
6. Commencing al a posi m . rke 1
VS. M.'s s W. (' n ner, plante 1 on the
easl bank if the I ial I river, about ,
ten chains ������ isterly from the mouth,
running as :' Ilov, s: (0 i hains east,
10 chain - :. irth, ! I chains east, SO .
chains n irth l i the ri\ ir, them e fol-
, lowing  rii er   I i  poinl   of commen	
a ent, i intaining 610  a re -   m  re or
I.-   ate . Augusl 27. 190
' '.   a' irl   WILLI _M   MOODY,
per Fr ink V in Ia.ll, Ag int.
Ocl   I,  1906.
'���This lo    - |usl . - good as :: -   ..
ed���Riverside  farm." ruminated rie>.
as s'ae sal bj  the i pen window ,..
big, air.   bedroom she had rented f>r
tl... summer.
. . Mrs. Lacey," she c mtinued In
her n using, ��� s tbe ideal farmer's wire
There Is onl. one drawback she refi rred ��� instantly in our drive from tho
station to her handsome son. I 1; pi
he won't think it is [n bis line of duty
to bo attentive 11 bis mother's summer'
boarder. One reason I came off up I
here n - !��� 'ause 1 u as s,, | :-,..i of
attenl ous."
Her reverie was Interrupted by n
. omul , t voices fr mi below.
"Now, Ihu-li." she 1 enrd Mrs. I.a.- y
b ..   i ��� rou :       y must oi er
���   rue j   ui   .   like ol girls nud show th -
one -"-i ������ little rttti nti m "
"I Oi, ra ther." wns the n
respi use, "if I I        opposed I
lo be        youi .������     e I'd 1
p isi d your boar ler plan i
ly I        1 did.'
"Bul   v ������ mighl   to do soi  et!
make her      .   pli      nt," peri
; . ither.
"i'a,-; Is, u other, I'm a mun ��� mi
i ; iu know it. ciri- .1 m'l i :.a i .
Sh '���: have n '   Iter time If"
"Now .   iii:.'    j iu'vo   ���-: il   y iur  Idea
of -.: Is  fr ii        ��� giggling om ��� i
here.   This one Is sensible ami"
"I 'b. one of Iho mannish kind. I'd
really prefer tho ~;11>- type."
"Well, Hugh, jusi give her a row on
the  river  tai-  nftcri i  ami   I   won t
ask you to .1 i nnythiug else for her."
"All right," wns the roslgued reply
"She'll probably Insist on r iwlng. Maybe she'll refuse to gn with me."
"I wonder If 1 should," smiled the
girl at the window. "No. .lust for revenge, I'll go."
When she came downstairs, Mrs. Ln
rey presented "my son, Hugh," a (lm
looking mnn of some seventy two Inch
es. He relapsed Into a dlfti Ioui - lenei
and only made monosyllabic replies iui
til, after several expressive and re
minding looks from his mother, lie
blurted oul:
"Would you ear" for a row on the
Cleo bid a smile at the perfunctory
tone and manner, but she said grn
ciously that she would, and as thej
went through the meadows and came
out lu sight of the river she remarke
that it was hard to believe it was tlio
same stream that Bowed through tho
City  where she lived.
"It   is   narrow,   dirty   and   sluggish
_,   ������   .....   ...  1.1     .....   ,] ���.--.,_   i)   ,-.,,,,,   ,..   .
a   .    W.
all red lo a con-
II go again I imor-
r anxiously,
:     ������  ��� ������ .. ���-       ���    ���
 _, IM like i ery
"No : much to
I���well. I'm afraid '"���'���   ���
. i : iiber j ou't ��� ���"                        - an 11              r, so
ba\e Hugh         not verj
IL                                                .;   his nest mi                                       .;.   tre .
mother i    -                       esi mate of where i lea    .:  with her w irk
this    -    -                   us   long    evei "'-s  ,,:M   !                i hem  you  are
strokes . arr ��� ���      .���      iwiftly upstre ! "-   :-     '���'���' ���' ���   : Interestedly,
Her sdmiratlon of the seenerj  a is - "^',;' "'"* ,:''1 P����ncli hi
genuine that be fell  pr le In show "Then 1 ai    -   i .. to watch you." be
her  still   further  beauties of   the   I Sectored, sitting down beside her.
calitv. I" the afternoon there ��.is a longer
"There Is a Utile stream thai brai   ' ri,1,> UP !:'" '"'"'''��� a'"1 tho m'x< ln ,r"'"-
a flno strotch of wools." he remarked
es off from this ono thai --oes through   vrork "''" r��*!"um""*d "*' ,!"' French hem
"It's quite shallow, bul I guess we i
make it."
Bul    ��� hen Ihej   had   tone s im ���
tan.���" up the llttlo tributary ho  :
It \, ou! I be ii"   >ss iry to pole. Ho .
In ibe ' ."\  aud worked l igorousl;
sou ..���      ipnts   At last,     tor a i
11   ���      ilio i.oai  s'joi   from  tho -
botl .- ��� Into deep   ��� �� itpr    Ther ' ���
a -i'' :  li and n little i r;   of ninuse 1 .1
may.   > (Ulckly turning, ho saw  |
had seal a goodly supply of water inti
���  ind that i leo was shaking on
ber sal irated dr 'ss . 1
"Oh," he cried.  "1   ." ir roi nl
your   elng In thai ' int.   I"-
Rhe gave a wicked l ttle laugh.
"I . m-M to feel c inipllmented, U
with Hugh In ntteudnnce; In the after
neon the river. Al twilight he musi
show ber bow lovolj the shadows
would be by moonlight. This became
the regular programme for each day of
i leo's stay
"1 am afraid," remarked Mrs. Lacey
��� i Hugh i; ��� night, "thai i 'leo w m'l
:'. i sh that I'reneb hem in time to gi I
much good out of the skirl lh s season."
"I am verj anxious for ber to r. ilsb
It," he replied gravely, "and > ol 1 nm
afraid t ir the time to c imo I i ���
��� \\ hy " asked bis mother In sur
ll" ivns siloiii f ���!��� ii moment, thi i I ���
I .. ked nl i ��� ;' �� Ith -hlnlng oj es
"Because," i e snld s iftlj. ''when sh -
takes tho li sl  ��l I li sho is going t > toll
ni"   something,   something   I   long   : i
Lacey, Blnce you were averse to my knovi "
" ���'���'������' "'   ������''' -" -���" -Cleo,"  said   Mrs.   Lncev   Inter that
A   v                                :* Bushed  his evening as thej  walked ; ��� et! or In I i
old fashlonod garden, "w lij  are < nn s i
"I overheard your mother's orders to long lu finishing   '      >.:���    li hem
you," she continued. Cleo looked quickly ul Ibe older wo
He    ive an ombnrrn I little laugh man's fueo.   s . ... ���          hoi  . id
aot free from amusement, assured her thai Hugh hnd e mflilod . i
"I wonder," he said, "what tho men her
on the farm would say [f ihey  knew I ~	
look a girl OUI  rowing and nearly tip- Tl1^ London Cajby.
-,:ed her over In Cour Inches of water. 'i'i.   taximeter  system   has  been
Vmi wmrt take cold?" he asked anr- introduced in   London, and one of
lously. thc papers tii":" asked a cabb. Iiow
"Oh, no," she protested. |���,   \ ;;,',|   ;L    ������ ,. )u   SCC)"   _,,,,]   ,]���.
"But yom- dress.  _ it spoiled?" cabmnn tranklv, "most of us I kes a
"I  hue re-enforcements In the wa/
.f skirts."
bit "' sport.
I ike inv I -1 ��� I > oul m
��� u ...:������ -a    -.     '.,.   ......', ,-���.;-ui:-,-     �� nioruin', an' I don't know whether
������Yes, and shrink too." j *'"' S��'n 'o niike my yard money or
"What tan j-ou do?" he asked in evl-    'ave a quid over for mesclf.    Vou
dent concern.   Won't it let down or ! tike- my meanin'?   It's Like backin'
something?" j 'osses."    All the cabby wants is a
"Well,  l  thi   .  :.   _';     b hem will   sporting chance,
make it all rlgll j	
"A    French     . m!"   he   exclaimed New York's Barbers.
"Whal in the world Is that?" No on��� knowa (,N���,,]v hou. ma
"aun'll se.- me making one ior tbe ! .    ,       ., v   '  �����    ,    m,
, ,  ,      ,       ,,���,.,     ,���     ���   barbers there aro in New York.   Ihe
next   tew  daj .,   but  Its   too  bad  you       ,,.   ���   , ,      , ,.,.   ,   ,     ,
haven't a sl.ler, Mr. Lacey. If vou official record ;,f <'^^ barbers
had one you'd have n better opinion oi Puts lllt' number at 80,000. Boss
girls and you'd know what a French | barbers are sure thai the actual
hem is." j number of those in tho harboring
If l had a sister," be said earnestly.  ] profession, judging   from  tlie  appli-
I cai :on,. made for employment, can-
i not   be   less   than   100,000.���New
"I'd like be:- to be like you."
Cloo's eyes sparkled at the Ingenuousness of the hi., awkward man.
"v ai'tv   sure   \ -ai   don'l   mind   nli.. "
York Sun.
.estminster ukanch p. b. LYLE, Manager.
nk of Montreal
Ini orporated   by   act   or   parliament
(ALL paid up)
fli FUND	
, $10,000,000
Hon. Lord Strathcona an 1   Mount   Royal,    (",.   0   M.
Ci   Honorary President
in.  Sir   G.   A.   Drummond   President
E. S. Clouston Vice Pre., ilea:   and   General  Manager.
inking liusiness transacted.
f1       ���   ill the principal cities  In Canada, In   London,  Eng., New
���     ' and St. John's Nfld., and cone pondents In all parts of the
hingle and Saw
ill  Machinery
New Westminster. B. C.
'ruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
|w Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
i.......      - ae  that   application   lias
bei a ma le I i register John  Kennedy
as :h \ ner In fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A, Fletcher
to John Kennedy, bearing date the
ills' da; ol De mibe . A.D. 1001, of
all .ma sing ilar thai certain parcel or
tract of land an 1 premises situate,
1; Ing an I being in the Distrlcl of New
Westminster, In the Pr ivince of British Co! imbiu, tn ire particularly
know a an I I cribed as Lots 1, 2, 3,
I aud :.. Bl '"a 13, r irl of I. 'i 26,
Group I, Lota _-. an i 29, Block 5, sub
division of I.i - '-. Group I. and
northei I; of Lol 2, Block 5,
subdivision of Se I n 13, Township
I. Range 2! th, Wesl of Lhe Gth M.-.i-
Vim an I each of yoa are i 'quired
to conl    '   ' he cl if I       tax ] ur
i baser within fori I - la i om tl i
,:-.y,r i : the flrsl ibllcal on of this
i.olice, an I In del i ill of a cave il or
ertiflcal ul . pen len ��� iei filed
within ich : ��� : ��� !��� or in defnull of
redem iti m efore re [Istratton, l shall
registe ��� lohn Kenno ly as owner
there il In fee. Va I I li:-''" thai ; uh
lication 'i lhis no Ice :' ir "ne m mth
in a d ill new iap ubllshed in
N'ew \\ ��� mir ter ill - . "' I :l" '
i uffh lenl i-"i \ ���' "
Date l at the  Land Re Istr    Office,
: New Westminsl ir, Pr ivln e ol liritish
Columbia,  this  13th  d iy  of Octo i t.
A.D. 1906.
Dlstrli' Registrar.
To Mrs. El za! eth Ma hleen Black,
���,\ niiani Knighl an 1 Je I G. Blake,
All | ersons serve l with this n itice,
.i;.i those cl dmlns thro igh or under
them, and all persons claiming nny
Interesl In th ��� sal I land by virtue <>r
any unreglstere I Instrument, and all
persons claiming anv Interest ln the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under t.he provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any i'1"''11 "' or in '*esl)ect of
the said land so sold rm- taxes as provided by th.   "Land Registry Act." ^
Iw. N. Draper
B. C.Land
'.���'.xm'.s-: :*>_o::*'��:>:>'*'��i-K>:*>:*>i>i'^*'c*>' >icc*x*
'���;>:'��;'*'^'��:>:*'*:'*i'*:'��:'*i*>i*: &QQ0S :��;'��>'c*:��:*>:*>_*'^*'*::*->:'��;*'c**>:*'��;*'��i
New Westminster���First, Last and All the lime
New Scale Williams
PIANO   PLAYERS-Onc only  Newcombe   Piano
Player to  be ?old at a  Bargain-
Dominion  r)u r* a TyJS s,ierlock
The Edison Phonograph
GrapKopKones, Violins, Accordions,  Xylophones, Mandolins,  Concertinas,  Flutes, Whistles, Guitars,
Mouth  Organs,  Zithers.
Grand new selection of the celebrated Columbian and Edison Records.
Subscribe for our monthly records.   New selection each month.
Musical instruments of all kinds kept in stock. Easy terms on all instruments.
The Music House
Burr Block, Columbia St.
_.,,    ._.,.-_    m. u_ Westminster, B.C.   fcv^XOX'tiS^^^^ 8
New Goods Arriving Every Day
Tea Pots      Tea Pot Stands      Biscuit Jars
Jugs Toilet Sets Hanging Jardineres
We invite you to inspect our  stock
whether you   wish to buy   or not.
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
Telephone    150.
, CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
A   Clever   Trick   With   a   Handkerchief
ard a Coin.
AU that .- :..    -- ry to have in
order  to   p .:'��� rm   tiie trick  are ..
handkerchief. .. ten cent pii i e and
;. piece ' : - ap.    With a knife
off a piece ol  ���    p al mt a quarter
of an  in ..  in   iiameter and sti k
this piece cf     . p on the hem of :���
han . :���-:��� hief   :. - ne corner.    Plai c
the dime .;: the center of the har-d-
ki : hii f, :������ hi. :. must lie flat on thi
tai ���.    Take the   :i rner which has
the soaj i n  t and fold it over, p i
ing it gentl;   on the dime: now fold
the othi: i orners over, placing ea ':.
corner  i :.  the dime.    The corner
that has the soap on it is the one *.
yo ir right.    When the corners are
- ddi : th hand ter hii:' will I ��� in
the : rm i : a diamon I. with one of
the points toward thi performer.
Place - ii   tht mb and forefinger oi
,. . :,, d :.: the point of ti..' ;lia-
mi ud nean -: to you. Pick it up,
letting the fi ur corners fall apart,
at the .ame time sliding the right
hand to 1 e corn, r where the dime
is. Shake the handkerchief are:
_]    . that thi  d mi :..,- disappe in
��� Amer     n B iy.
About  Steel   Needles.
It i- sa I that sti ������'. needles we."
inv< nti.; by thc Spanish Moors. Bi -
fon   ��� intro luction thorns ;.-. :
fish  boni -.  the latter with  a  Iml
pi, ...      ���   ������    ,.   , ���,.   v pre   ::t   ii c.
Office Supplies,
School Supplies,
Fine Stationary,
Toys, Dolls,
China and
217-219 Columbia Street.
.    .    .... mn i
'���   >-   I   .
.. ��� -   New W.stnj'.nstei
'!.( firsl lite ... - used in Lon .
were made by a Moor in the reign
of Mi nry VIII.. and in Q n ��� n
Mary's day steel needles w.re so'd
in Cheapsid ; says Home Chat. After tin- time the manufacture in-
< reascd rapidly, many Germans going to England and establishin ���
needle works in various places,
N;a   Is the   Watchword.
"Nev." is the syllable tic-kii i
from the c-io ; oi time, "Xow'' is
the wati hword of the wise. "'Xov,-''
is "ti the banni r of the prudi nt.
Whenever anything presents itself
to us in the shape i i work, wliether
mental or li dilv. we -hould do
with all > ir .���:.!. .emembi r _
thai "now"     Ihc i       ��� me for i -.
Miss Coi     ild   -   ������-���' ng frii n Is in
.-     e of tl mg   ladies ������ a
���    -   ... ing  ���        ganizing a    ri Ige
. : :    for thi   ���    .'���       tenths
Mi -. 1        '������     - .   :.- an 1 Miss N
- :  -���    ag are spending thi  we< k end
J -, | :. M irtin, K.C , 5] i nl s me
hours in thi stei day.
Robertson, i        tsin '     ' an
Holt, of the citj  hall, a   Ive
��� -������    ...    from    a   I imber
.  having  been invali li I  on   acta severe i whi :. hi
I           resent s iffi   ing.
:-.- .  ert  S hofit: I,      I    thi    Depot
..;..    -a.-    ::.  . Ol  da   -
.    . -. ..   '    ���   Spi ings,   '��� ien    bi
- ���:        :..-     M . S
nti :. .- -       south        risit
\:     e Falls    od taki   an
extended trij     efon    eturn   -   biere.
Mi --  -   Swi ��� :.    and B
.thi   s  C. :..:.������ ies i
.   .      :'.:.-������ isii to the Bon Ao
ester lay.
-   Ma;     nd Miss Irene Mai.   ��� I
.   .      ��� ��� .  ���  ���   guests of Mrs.  Bir h,
_gnes strei   , st    ted      sti    laj  i n
iun       to  thel      omi
Hunts ,-ille. i mt     M -   an    M -���  M
���   spenl t sis
... st,    :. :    ... ,'idl   :  thi ..   till
twei :. this citj  an 1 Vi< ti
Mi   an I Mrs. Ira Sn
een i Isiting . I  T_ ni I
:-  ex ected hi mi   to-da.
Tl e  Ba Imlnti n club will s   rt thi
- ison's amusi n ��� nl   in  the di .ii  ba 1
it 2       this afti ::,... n.
Th.       lies ol   St. Andrew's   Presi y-
'���    ch ... :. sei vi  :   a    :��� licious   .  :   -
nighl tn :.. 6 to S, [.hen the
: things . n vided '���'������ re appi i i I-
ated . .. lai gi numbi of peopli
Thi supj er is an ann ia] affair, and
was .-���:.��� I In St, Andrew's church
hall. Tlie strong point of the even,
was th it it was Si otch, The McSp .
ns, the MoCulloughs, the McLeods,
' hi Ma.' itchei ms an 1 all the
Ma - were there, and there was
Scotch   tale, an I oatmeal i oi kies, an .
ann - ind things li ar to the
S ' 'I.:.. :. - appi Ite, It i :.��� son ..'
the heather was heard I i lament thai
then   ... - de'il a bit o' haggis tai
-��� uen ava,"   'i...   bul   ling ivas crowd-
������ i.  an ;   the    evy  of  waitresses  was
kej ���    n the , imp until it  was almost
time for thi     ogi amine to commenci.
1   ���   guests wen   then ask< 1 to retii ���
church,     a he ������    thi j   talked
Sei ��� :h an I told 1 lies oi I tn  ' anks ai
:������������: ���   oni ���   mor   Im Ite
eturn 1    the   ...11 and listen to the
cone ��� :      The i hall   v. a - occ ipied
Rev  .!. S. Hendei son, w I  i after a I  w
ini rod iei ii j   remai ks     onducted    I he
following     programme:     .Pianoforte
��� ii     Miss Vass an 1 Miss  B. Laidlaw;
.iolin -��� lection, J. S Can ron; i... I-
Ing Miss M. McLean; solo, Mis.- Jean
McMillan; solo, J, R. Roche; solo,
Miss McLean; solo '-.. .1. Johnsti n
'. ii Iin, J. S. Camei on. solo, Miss V.
Munn Thi solos wi e al! Scol
In ki ��� ping with thi o asion, and
everj   nun   er ��   -.       enci re.
���:������: '
,...  .
' ill
"T .
11  1   ..
do .'
\ ���
is   ours
a    ,    -
refly L
The   firefl
nf   So .,:.   Ai
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Anil all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara  Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
Assistant C.en'1  Passenger anil Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, IH.
Business   Directory
are very I ea itii i i ! !-; limit, S ���
bright, indi d, an :;. ������ thai two ���
three will ill tin nate n I il as wi i!
as . andles, and the natives i : -���
read by the lighl they give,
Whi :: the Indian hunter pr ian -
for ti journey through the fores! ut
night his lantern is one of 1 i
beetle fasti m d to his toe. Nol
only docs it lighl his way, bul also
frightens aw.; snakes and other
dangi rous reptiles.
Coffee Jelly.
To one quart of coffee fas prepared for the table) one-half box of
gelatin. Soak the gelatin in two-
thirds of ii cup of cold water for
one-half hour or longer, then sei
the cup iti hoi water until the gel -
tin is thoroughly dissolved. Ad
one-half cup of sugar to the quarl
of hot coffee and stir in the melted
gelatin and a little vanilla before
the whole thickens. Set in a cool
place to mold and serve with cream
aud Bugar.
Real   Estate
F.J. Hart y Co.. Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Rental  Agency
F. J. Hart y Co., Ltd..
701  Columbia St.
Fire Insurance
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Mortgage Loans
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Lire Insurance
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Ae-.v    \\ estminster.   B. C.
j Economy!
Sargent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an   economical
addition   to  any
kitchen.    It saves
time  and   lessi ns
labor, and thus
economizes    t h e
and   strength.
With it mai y
attractive and
a p p t-1 i.'. i n g
dishes can be
msdefrom what might be wasted
if it v .re not 1 .r the ( -e;.!.
It chops food of r.'.l kinds-
meats, vegetal ies. fruits, 1 read,
crackers, etc. It does net mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, ' ut chi | -
the food as vou want it���fine, ai se
or medium.' Easy to operate, si U
sharj ening. Nj kitchen comj lete
without it.
== AND
erviceaole  Bl
All  new si Is    oui   sell ction ol    Fa      Sh
.:. |es that are ; opular and ���-��� ��� vlcea e Flanni li i ���
! r< ��� .li Flannels, Silk, etc., are ��� '��� ��������� il thi mati
of pri es which make the buying i I needed wai i
Fancy  Striped  Flannelette Waists, all   sizes, each   .
Dark  and   Light Colors,  heavy  weight,   :. n
Cream and  BlacK  Lustre Waists, i ach	
F.ne Quality Silk  W.ists. In a large
"-'���30 and��
53.00 t.
Attract ons   at   the   Opera   Hc.se
m November,
7���Un lei  S   ithern S
_    '    e Sign    f ttle C
::,���.,��� ssie  Mi . ��� .  -   ��� ;.      n-
*    Ai izona.
. :���Ha::;.   Berestord i*oman
2���Jerrj (rom K-.
29���Two Johns.
11 ,    -howlng of ' hi se servi ��� .. ile       r lenl
merest to an. n ila season
Vests  and   Boys' Sweab        re foui
Sei   a        .������������ wing tl      '������"��� thesi
Making lt Easy.
The fountains of the mlKhty deep
Ar.  breaking up, they say.
But why should we In sorrow weep
' e li t our hair turn gray?
Tie- airship bulldi r's now en deck,
Aral blithely through the air
We'll race away, and nei ii and neck
"-"-.; split Uu   atmosphere.
.- .'.     I  .
November  Butterick   Patterns  Nov,  in Stock
Ask    tor    rasnion   Sheet.-.
��� luichon���A    H    ..- '������ ���  Ol   iwa;
ll.   E.  Smillie,   Wini     ��� -     Dr.  VV.  \V.
S T      nto;    F.   VV.   Logan,  Vi -
Windsor���H. D   B       n, Cl
','  ���       vi ���      T    Russell, Vicl    la;  H. G    ni
T.    M.    Thi ::.. si   .     ���.'.��� tori        David
Saunders    Hazelmi C    S    a a  a
Sl  ' ��������� Moses Bai    .......
. i onial���H.   Hoi n    ,   Jai es   M .
card,   Clover lali     R.   H.   Bn wn  an I
wife. Calgaiy; l>. God ��� s. Vanco iver
That Would You Call It .
"Here   is   a   man   who   went   three
months without food."
"Three months without food!"
"Ves.   he  only  bad   hotel   fare  in  all
tiat  tiiue."
Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article er piece of furniture in our ��� tai    hmenl at
actual cost without reserve.    Fir : come, - I served, We
need the cash and y..u want the goods.   Tl chanci
of a lifetime.
Till and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Exten ii n, Ft nl -trail
Vancouver Investoi
Still Favor Property on Columbia Street,
New  Westminster.
Wi   . ontrol th.. sail  of several of the   best busi! '
1'. :      ed     ' ���   132 fei I   li ep, with GC ������ ei   rrontagi ��� ' -j
Fronl streets, Improved or otherwisi articuli
requin mi nts     Bi tti ���   b i,   d      and gel fu     enei
"Jenks' large family of daughters are
all married."
"Yes, He made it a point to have
gout during the courting period."
Malins, Coulthard & Co|
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St.,
New Westminster I
j Electric Railway Servicel
Bl Vancouver
Chinece Wcdillii,,  Saperntltlon*.
No other country ..-���- - ��� u nny BUper>
stltlons nbout n nrriage as Chlua. The
Cbineso nevi :��� many within a hundred
days afti r n death bas ;. ken place In
th :,: mil} i : either the bride or groom,
for .: they do they believe domestic
ibli - ure sure lo follow. Ther,.
si    ns to I     ns red on  for this belief,
nd 'a" ' "uiu -e do nol attempt to es
i  11    Imt lire  " ill a/  :., let   it  go
as nu i    : ���    ited fact.   A ' Iblnese bride
mn; ou;.:bt to the house of tlie
proi ���       '.  ���   Ibi ���"  .-  ;.   . ..'in,  In the
'" it nol within n hundred days
: I has be ai taken nut, If n bride
- the h "1 of her bo ��� while Bhe
from her father's to ber bus
i _:. 1' ��� bome it . .... ious of unhappi-
oe ��� ;.. :. ; .. ...,��� ri I: I ons, ,\ Bide of
bacon nd n pie e oi BUgar are huny
on the ba. I; ol n br! ���'- sedan chair as
- I ice ol ei to evil Rplrlts, and
wheu _be la dre sing for the wedding
V('ri mo iy b] stands all the while In
a round wick ���:��� Lasher. When a bride
Is eating her last i,,e-.i q| the table ol
I.er father befor ��� going io live wit.'\ ber
husband ebo is allowed to consume
only half a howl of rice, lest sbt. be
followed by continual scarcity In ber
new al.mle
Hint  About  Old  Glovei.
Old kill gloves or kid slipper- may
be tttilizcd for making kettle or iron
holder-. Leather being a bad conductor of heat, theso holders are
much more effective than flannel
ones, Sq .are- 0f kid should be cut
out, joined together and covered
with felt or flannel, the edges being
bound with braid or strip, of thin
leather. Tho housewife will be surprised how -tub holders save her
hands from the heat.
Inter-urn. n Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations, will run every ha t-
hoar from 5:50 a. ni. to 11 p
ni. exi epting at 7:30 and B:30
a. m. Half hourly cars wlll
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits Line    Service
6 1 5 a :n. tn  1 1   ]i in.
20 Minute Service���NO transfer,
Between 12 and _ and ti and 7.
30  Minute    Service   '''irlnf"'
malnder of day.   n-ansiM
l pold Plai "���
Sunday  Serv.ce  balf-hourl   j
iween S a
SaDpertcn  Line
15   Minute   Service fl
m- to 11 <*> 2
12 and  2,  , '  '      'j
hii h hours tin       ���   ' '
half-hourly. _
Sunday  Service   H    "
twei a S.30 a.i
t British Columbia Electric Ry. CoJ\
Horse Clipping Man
E have a line of light and compactly bt
POWER CLIPPERS of special dura-
lifr. bility, suitable for small and large stables-
Our'20th century is cheap and good.    W
clippers work easier, clip faster and taKe
thicker coat, leave a (iner finish, wear long
than any other on the market.   We have
great labor saver.     Call and   see  their
T. J.  TRAPP ���& ��


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