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 Volume i.m-mber2u
dilg Slew
WESTMINSTER, B. C, IHIKSDAV MORNING, NOVEMBER
OF TRADE
HOLDS M' ��T/NG
jean Proposes "Soft Talk" to the C. P. R., J. A. Lee
Introduces Timely Resolution, and J. D. Taylor
Indulges In Political Clap-Trap.
15, 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
THE CANAL SCHEME.
i mskilled labor in the
.hmenl of a pro-
, ,   importance ol
y'   .....    .   working :u Annie-
portance of re-
...        a. . from the Fras t
... a;.,   of the ques-
���a  thirteen mem-
[trade who bravid
,|effleBt_    -  ��� venlm. and gather-
their  monthly
���      i:  uas introduced
separate i     ^sions, once upon
,, .  mraunication from
x.... ot trade, enclos-
,,,,;   of i   n "solution sent to all
[,,,.. ���   throughout    the
ji:,,,   .      .   foi   co-operation  in
Lpting to secun   better immigr i-
lr,..,   ��� ��� railway companies.
���   iheii   ������ solution  had  also
|s.ni to Ottawa, pointing out that
., :. ,   was  suffering from  the
|_ of labor, and asking that steps
: lie taken fur the betterment of
londitioii oi labor in  liritish Co-
ia.  The memorial was finally r.-
[i tbi  committee on Immigra-
' labor was introduce l
on in the   evening    by   H.   T.
���i.-    .    chairman of the coin-
:.   mmlgration,  introduced  a
<,  --. calling attention to the
|amly increasing demand for un-
lal i:   ii all parts of the prov-
mi .-��  i - p< cially in the agri-
fr.iJ llstrii'    Large tracts of land
losi ii    the   province   because
|wer< :.   men to work them. The
rit. ol the country had led la
production of a large number of
(rabies in   -lie  labor  field,  who
'' "       c ��� Ince for the purpose
irinj. in  Lhe prosperity of   the
��Ih. iiHd ae intention of rein, he:,-  permanently, and who
p- :*'��� mm a< soon a.s possible.
:- ''a'' oi people in Engl ani
��� ""' :      irope were willing to
| here, b il   were   deterred  by a
finds     The  fact   that  there!
������"������        ates  west  of Cal-
|ta      greal   deterrenl   to   the
���        of this province, the
"   being  probably  that
*''"'   ; - I   ii"   railway   lauds   to
nee, and therefore it
:v      *"   rests to direct   tbe
���:-. to the middle
j ' I icing the people n>'
���        ���** ' ���  'ii" last meeting ��� f
provincial governmenl
I ing   a proppsal   to
'     ���' " " direel by means
I '   ' "���  alreadj   plying
" into and ibis prov-
I'oiiii  to  be eoiisi I-
������   '   - along the fertile
lhe s iili'incni   of
listricts,    After   a
niers  would   .swell
" ��� ��� ountry, and tiv.
natural!}   find !t
'
|: a
.
Dnlngii
. ��� pi
in-ang
ii
��� Tavi
'orwai
���   ke. note of I ew
ited   thai   when
transportation
m of the prov-
'  ��� ' ���    mailer  Id  ,11-,-
ihe   C.P.R.   had
ihe coasl,  the
ll" thought
ii   attacked In
to Induce them
rovince,
llscussion,  ilie
'���ni committee
Iggestion  by   i.
' lie   Vaneoiiv T
"iv"'l  to join in
the c P.R, for
letter rales  to
rled,
: 'cod a resolution
���  Dominion go.--
i''sidy  whieh
liver bridge
ii   presenl
and    traffic.
'mounts   granted
Iber  pans of
s��lution, in pan.
("iialili
1   '',       I
Welti !   ���
'���'.! I,ri,ig
P:|iini',ii
Pill
m
uld
I*   '     ���        "" ''"��� pracU-e
1 anada to grail
construction
-ie projecto s
8 to acquire
iridge con-
���rn i
"'llll,;.
P'a a,, enl of British
-: ���   , :'    liver    at
raged to
expect   a  federal  - , e paid to
ihem conditional   ipon theii acq i
said  bridge; and whi...     the 1 illw.
int; subsidiei   bavi   beei   g    nted fi
: rl Iges in various   ian   ol the Domi
ion, namely (a long list ol flgun - ��  -
Included at this poinl i    therefore il
board of  trade   respeetl illy   pi cl tii n
the governmenl of Can,, |a to gram ���
the  people of   British   Columbia,   ���-
���'   resente I bj the govi rnmeni of th'
province, the b .   lers an : . wners    I
the brl Ige ai New Westminster, a su
Btantial subsi!;. towards defraying the
cost   of sal :   :-i Igi ,   ti    the  end   "   I
the tolls now im; osi I upon vehicul ir
und passenger traffic may I ,��� remov d
In consideration ol the receipi oi the
subsidies herebj  requested."
The resolution was seconded by
.Nels Nelson, after which .1. Crean enquired ef Mr Taylor whether there
was any unwritten law al Ottawa
against giving a subsidy to a province
for a bridge. He thought that if a
company could gei a subsidy, the-c
should be no difficulty for the province to secure thi -ana  treatment,
Mr. Taylor replied that there was
no such law.
Continuing, Mr. Crean said ihat he
did not, see why Ihey should have to
wait until a subsidy was received before the tolls were removed from the
bridge. He would like to sec a free
bridge to-morrow, so thai ihe farmers
could bring in iheir produce free of
charge. The tolls ate up all their
profit every iim. they brought any
produce to the cit. .
Upon the motion being put to the
meeting, ii was carried unanimously,
a request being madi thai the Vancouver hoard of trade toe asked to cooperate, as iheir citj derived as much
benefit from the bridg. as New Westminster.
.1. A. Lee, who had been busily
scribbling for some minutes, announced that he bad a res< lution to lay bi
fore the board. Hi undi rstood thai
ibe dredge Kim. Edward was to l��
laken away from the good work il
was doing hen il" thought this
would be a gravi mistake, ami asked
the board to endorse the following re
solution:
"Whereas, it is reported thai an ef.
ton is being made lo bave the die,ice
King  Edward taken  f.om  'be Fraser
river     in     do    v>i : ,     ' '-��� w here;    an I
whereas, iln- dredgi Is now doing
work of ibe greatesl Importance io
tbe Fraser valley in gi neral and New
Westminster in particular, viz.. Hie
deepening ot ihc rivei channel nt .. i-
nlevllie bar: an! v. hereas, tbe officials connected with the departmenl
of public works in thi ciiy have plan
ned oui a mode oi procedure which
will permanent]) remove ibe difficulty
at thai point; and whereas, tin work
of the dredge to be successful must
be (ontlnuous, 'a I Its removal from
its presenl position will render the
worli nf the last two months abso ut'
ly ol no value; and w Ina I as, ibe: e Is
a steadily Increasing demand tor information    le:-'.:: ling   l.'i"   Capill i'..    Ill
tbe channel ;"        i       acl lea il   I y of
lo Inging  vessi        I   dei u  draught
\cw   Wesl minsti i:   and  whereas,  I li ���
greatesl  difficull)  In  bi Inging vi -
bere is the point 111  wbich tile dl ��� dge
is  new   working;   be   11   therefore   i ���
si Ived, iba' this board ol tradi strong-
ly    urge    tbi    di pari menl    ol   pul  I
works in allow Ihe  Ire Lge to con In ie
its work on the Frasei   river channel
until the work planned by the officials
has been completed, and that a copy
of this resolution be sent to J. Ii. Kennedy,   M.P.,  Senator  Riley, the   Hon
W. Templeman and the Hon, Mr. Hyman, minister ol public works."
After the reading ol the resolution,
.1. Crean produced a copy of the Victoria Colonisi from bis pocket, and
staled, thai be notice I an article sa)
inn thai the die me was expected
there In about ten dav- He thoughl
the matter should be dealt with imme
diately. li would be a dangerous undertaking to low the dredge across the
gulf at this time of the year, and besides there would never be any gotid
accomplished anywhere If the dredge
was to be moved all over creation.
VV. It. Gilley spoke on the Importance of maintaining the dn di  the
work which was being dune al present. It wa.s greatly to the Interesl of
the city thai Annieville bar should bc
navigable al all times.   With the na*-
Buffalo. Nov. 14.-The International Waterways Commission to-day gave a public hearing on
the Richelieu Canal propositions. Charles E. \V.
Smith, of New York, explained that the committee
proposes to make a waterway between Lake Champ-
! lam and the St. Lawrence. W. McLean Walbank.
chief engineer of the Montreal Light and Power Co..
which secures its power from a dam on the Richelieu
at Chamblay. said his company had secured rights in
the Richelieu from the Dominion and would protest
} against any scheme that would jeopardize its power
j output, li he was assured that the canal scheme
! would not hurt his company he would have no objec-
{ tion to the proposition.  The hearing then adjourned.
TURBANED TRAMPS
\      COME BY HUNDREDS
Another Contingent of Undesirable and Unwelcome Sikhs
Arrives at Victoria Per Steamer Tartar-
They Look a Likely Bunch.
BOWL TEMPLARS SHORT CIRCUIT CUTS
ANSWER THE ROLL THE CURRENT OFF
Sixtyfour  Members Asserrble  in  Odd-   And  Leaves Two  Cities  and  the   Sur-
fellows'   Hall���Will   Parade rounding   Country   in
on Sunday. Darkness.
Victoria. B.C., Nov   li     The steam- arrived  in this province,   The)   sho .
er Tartar, which arrived this morning, j their connection   with   the   ImperS.il
brought to this province a further con arm.   bj the varied uniform* worn,   K
tlngeni  ol  Hindus.    There   were   oa large number were arrayed In khaki
board over Tun of these people, and r..| Others   were  the  while  uniforms  used
thai number 360 landed bere    Clad 'n In  the tropics,    \   few   bad  brlliianl
their cotton raiment, well adapted for scarlet, and one were a tunic of bine
a   tropical   climate,   the   turbanned and gold braid, resembling thai of n
throng, in spiie of ibe mildness of tb ��� hussar,
weather   here,    looked   anything   bu  ,    Ail   but   two  of  those  landed  here
adapted to the conditions now prevail pai ed 'be medical officer.  Thesetwi,
'
inc.   They arc Sikhs, like tbe 1,482 o' having   defective   eves,  were   turned
theii countrymen who have (.reviousl. bail, and will tie scut home again
LADIES PRESENT OFFENDING JOURNAL
ANNUAL REPORT        QUICKLY SUPPRESSED
Women's   Society    Has   Tidy   Sum   in Publication of Antagonistic Newspaper
Hand  for the  Use of Must   Cease���Court-Martial's
Missions. Usual   Decision.
. I e loca] lodge nf tbe Royal Tem-
plais of Temperance held Its annual
roll   call   meeting  in  tbe  Oddfellows'
bull   las;   night,    Tlie   spacious  room
The electric    lights   in   both    New      _, ,   ,     , ,(.,
I    The annual thanksgiving meeting ol
Westminster   and   Vancouver,   and   In   lne Scouler auxiliary of the Woman's
the surrounding district also, went oul  Foreign   Missionary   society   of    ths
was comfortably  filled, and 64   mem-  suddenly  yesterday  morning  aboul   I | West Presbyterian church was held in
bers wer,  on ��� nswer to their  o'clock, ou accouni of a shorl circuit:11'1' church  building last  night, when
] a large congregation  was present  and!
the   in mosl   freedom  and good   fellow-
tlonal service conducted by the paster
of the church, Rev. T. Wardlaw Tav-
he   secretary   of lbe
names   as   tbey  were   called.     Seven-   being formed on Ihe transmission line
teeu  members of the order sent  let-   trom  tbe power   bouse.    For   twenty
ters of regrel at their inability to be   minutes the country was in darkness,  s!,;'   ;"'":,;;* ''      V'":   ''  *'"""        "
present,  and told  of  the  high   regard    and   the  foreman  of  the   Daily   News.
in  which  tbey  held  the   fellowship of    wbo  was just  wrestling  witb  the  last.
ii..   members of tbe lodge.   The chair   forms preparatory to gm'ng to pros'-   lor'  M,A" P
was occupied  by George Burr, select   was in desperation.   He endeavored to auxillaryjiresented a very gru.ity.ni.
councillor, and a number of tbe mem-  hold up bis end of ibe jig by mea-is  "''""'
litis were called  upon  to address  the   oi   paper   torches,   chunks   of  burning
meeting.    Refreshments   were   served   wood   and   the   sparks   which   sprang
at  ibe close. from   bis  own   eyes.     Had   the editor
On Sunday next the members of the I not been around, it is possible tli.it
lodgi will Ih' out iu force, und will something might have been sail.
attend divine worship in the Queen's When the ligbts eventualy came in.
avenue Methodist church. The junior Ithe work wenl along as merrily :���.-
Royal Templars will also march with ever, aud lhe citizens got llieir usual
tbe seniors, ami attend the service. 1 morning dose of Ideal gossip, Bound
Tbe ii'iuitiers of the fjtoo Judges politics, and the latest world news, te
�� : assemble iu ibe Sunday School aid their digestion at breakfast. Tbe
room of the church and will enter tha foreman of tbe power bouse bus been
auditorium in a body, where tbe; requested to arrange for a more suit-
will Occupy seat-, especially reserved aide lime for accidents of that eha--
��� :   their accommodation, acter in future.
rowing ' ilea channel, there would be
forty !( t' ef water ai the bar al a'!
linn s
Alter some discussioi    it was decided thai  l!ir board sbou'd Rtrongl) Urge
the g .��� rnmeni to allow tbe dredge to
remain hi re until the work at Annie-
vllle bai should be completed.
W. R. Gilley, on behalf of the navigation committee, asked for further
time in connection with the keeping
ot the chanm '. cleai nf nets during in
fishing season. This was grained a;
the board-
LABOR CONVENTION
DENOUNCES JUDGES
Every   Individual   Branch   of
the Judiciary.
American
( 1111 V '' 111 11 >.' I.
I*
ation   of   Labor
W. .1. Cunningham wrote asking for known as the American Society of
:', board to appi ��v< a resolution asu- Equity; an invitation from Sun Juan,
.a:, fi the . ling of the proposed Porto Rico, to meel ihere next year;
provincial universitj ai Central Park, a resolution by the Porto Rican dele-
The resolution was read by the seer> gate, Santiago Inglesias, asking Eor
tai , after which a general discussion aid In procuring more political iree;
0j ia.. project was in order. The gen doin for his country, and bene denuu-
,. I opinion v ,��� lhal a -iron, effod elation ol all branches of the Ameri-
, ; , .. , ��� obtain the univir- can judiciary, constituted the most ini-
sity for this ml tailing ibis, io   portanl   events of to-day's  Besslon of]
11 , ��� erati wiib V incouver and Cei-
::a! Pai . In an ��� ffon to secure Ihe
ere Hon of thi lildlii) on Ihc mai i
land. After il R a I, Ni N 'Ison an I
.!. \ Cunningham had i poki n on the
subject, ii w      '��� 'ided lhal the presi
li .,:  ��� in ild  ���,.. i e a committee in go
Into Ihe details, an I repoi I al u lal
meeting.
.1. I". !H. Stewai I, si cretary of Ihc
. lana lian Manufacl urers' association,
,. ��� ite isking the boai d to pas.- a reio-
lution en lorslng a pi tition praying i'-'
ettei   li ihni al education   to supply
lhi   gi iwing nee Is of the country's it.
I'he organization had a mem-
I bershlp of twenty, and up to the com-
mencemeni   of  the meeting the  sum
of   $81.85   had    been   collected.     The
; thank   offering   whieh   was  taken   up
i during the evening supplemented tint
. sum  by  $90.76, bringing the total  n>
the credit   of I lie auxiliary  to $172.60,
winch sum will doubtless be still further added to by the end of the cu.
renl  year.    The  monev   Is  devoted   lu
missions.
A most encouraging reporl  was pr ������
sented   by  the  Mission   Hand  of  Hope.
That organization  Is being carried  on
most   successfully,  and  boasts a meni-
1 horship of thirty.
The presldenl of the auxiliary. Mrs.
Lamb, gave a brief account of the history of the general society. The movemenl was Inaugurated in ibe yem-
1876, wiili   but   a small   number   'if
'      " ~" winkers.    The total  membership  roll
The   American   Federation   Condemns   had   now   swelled   to   ibe   number   of
25,000.
A most interesl ing address wus
given    by    Rev.   A.   dell.   Dwell,   reelnr
of Si. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church, based on bis years nf work
among the lllood Indians of lbe North-
wesi Territories. He took bis hearers
inlo lbe Indian village and Introduced
them io ibe dusky aborigines who
make iheir homes there. They were
a peculiar crowd, very dense and very
obstinate. "II Is particularly difficult," be said, "lo gei a spiritual Idea
into ilie mind of a man who had no
e piivaleni for ibe words 'Thank yo i'
in his vocabulary.'' V<-: be had lound
considerable fascination in ihe wm k
among a race even as degraded and
unteachabie as the Bloods,
lining the evening Miss Rochester,
ui V ncouver, conti United to lhe i n
|o. menl ol the i ons i egatlon bj ren
dering ver} bwi el ly lhe boIo, "Abl le
v, i i Mi " . s a pie isani wind a > .
Ihe even! . efii bmeni were served
���ii i  a  a,    I old-fai hlon ���<!  social time
WHS   spenl.
Crystal Glass.
Mr.   l.e.Monle, manager of  ihe Ci \
lal (llass Co, whicli bas purchased the
Automatic Can Co.'s premises al Sap'
Minneapolis,   Mum..  Nov.   14.  ��� A
warm   welcome lo  representatives  ol J
ibe   newly   formed    farmers'    union.
Sl. Petersburg, Nov. 14.���The Kiisk,
wliTcb appeared to-day under its ow.l
name after nearly a year of shifting
titles, again has been suppressed nc-
(aiise of the publication of an article
by ,\1. Karavanoff. in which the writer
Instances the execution of women nnd
children, and lays particular stress upon the case of Anna llenedictova, the
girl student who wns executed nt
Cronstadt on Oct. lit for complicity in
lbe plot to blow up Ilie building where
tlie court martial trying the mutiny
cases was siiilug. At the last moment Anna Henedlctovii announced
thai she was soon to become a mother M. Karavanoff quoted from a
Russian statute which postpones the
Infliction of a death sentence upon a
woman until 'forty days after the bir'h
of her child, nr ' recalls the clemency
which was shown toward Ihe womuii
wbo killed Alexander 11. In 1SS1 because of the facl that she was abo.it
to become a mother. The writer
pleads thai everywhere human life is
safeguarded as -sacred, even before
ibirth, and deplores lbe facl that Russia, degraded by and habituated lo
bloodshed, does not spare tile Innocent, a)
Odessa. Nov. l-t.��� Five terrorists, in
eluding   a   girl,   were   tried   by   coinl
martial to-day for having thrown a
bomb In a. cafe, thereby Injuring two
persons. Two of the men and the girl
'were sentenced lo death. The oth.-r
two men were given 17 years'.penal
servitude.
Miss Jessie   Maclachlan  To-night,
11 night, un ler ihe ., ispices 'a th
Sen-  of  Scotland,   Mi--  Jessie   Ma'
lachlnn  n ill sing al the opi ra   li mse
Ever.   Indication points to a capacity
bouse,  ihe  booking  having i n very
heavy,    'I'he  personnel   oi   Hie  com'
pain    will   be:    Mr.    John     Mi'l.inde'i.
'cellist; Mr. Murray Graham, piano
soloist; Mr. Douglas Voung, Scottlah
I;, iie icniii. and Mr. Roberi Buchanan,
accompanist     and     conductor,       The
where be  will purch i >��� ihe required
niachim ry for ihe prosecution of the
dustries,  and to send a  copy  of such   companj    was   personally   selected   by   I)er,   wm  ],,,|V,. I(,,|lv  for U Rst,
I a resolution 1   Sir Wilfrid Laurler and   Miss   Maclachlan, and   are   not   onl.
lone   In   'iie   Cam, lian   Maiiiilacl lire'  '   ScOtUsh    artists',    but    artists   of   ISlO
| association.   The resolution was dmy I highest  standard,    'i'he reputation of i company's  plans.  The  necessary am-
endorsed by 'he board l!lis "Q' " <" Scottish Song." us she ()I1I1| ol caplta] ,,.ls a]reailj  , IV.1 S1|h.
Communications were also received was called bj ihe late Queen, is such scribed, and the project has a clear
���Vein K. .1. Burns, wiih reference o thai she did not wish to Jeopardize it j ,]H(, an;, (,xt.(,i1(,lU prospects ahead of
certain complaints againsl the O.N.R.; I by leaving ihc selection of the coin- lt A )m,(,���,1K ���r the ;.lovisi()I111I ,.���.
T. J. Keyes, acknowledging receipt of  pany to any one. | rectors of the company was recently
ilp.  in,aid's resolution with  reference .."""_"" | held,  and   a general   meeting  of  the
lo the  I.ake Coquitlam land deal; and
ehareholders  will  take place in about
Defends the Emperor.
���.-,   N.B.,    board    of trade/     Berlin,  Nov.   II. -Replying; to  cril.i- j ,w weekc._    pennanen    :   , ,. (li     ,..,,
dealing   with  the  postal service.    All   cisms  in   the  relchsliig.   Prince   Von j then ^ iI|)|K)inte,d fo,. (he cam..      (>n
Buelow repudiated the attacks on Go,--  of th(, business
thi  .    ,'.���:������ of no great  importance,
and were duly received aud filed.
Those presenl at the meeting wer"
Georgi Sma I, In the chair; N. Nelson,
.1 n Taylor, H. T. Thrift. F. B. Lyle,
G. D. ll i.v tn ner, J. A. Lee, J. A. Cunningham. H. Ryall, M. W. Mintborn >,
John ii-an. W, R- GiKey and the secretary.
man diplomats and Emperor William.
lie sold his majesty bad never violated the constitution, and that, the ac-
cii.-alions of personal government, and
absolutism were unjust. The emperor,
he  declared, was too straightforward
Death of President of K. D. and S.
New York, Nov. 14.���Mrs. Merger.t
Bottome, president of tlie International order of Kind's Daughters and
to take advice from any but his cho-! Sons, died to-day at her home In this
sen advisers. i city.
Deputation   Interviews   Mr,   Kenned).
A  deputation of Influential Cloverdale  residents yesterday  waited on .1.
B. Kennedy. M. P., and asked for his
assistance In securing jusi treatment
in   railway   matters,    They   claimed
lhal Ihey were liatulicapped in gelling their agricultural and other produce to the m.iiket mi accouni of tho
difficulty of securing cars from Ine
ii. N. R. To make mutters worse, the
G.  \.  it   officials will nol  allow tho
C, P, li to as-isi in supplying ibe
need. Recently the C P, it laid
down cars loi Ihem ai the Cloverdale
siding, whicli iiii-. load id with theii
produce, The 0. V It then refused
to take the i ars out, and the Bhlppe's
were compelled to unload the cars
again    id re hip on i be 0. N, It. car i.
Mi   Ken . i net] to their Btorv
attentively, and al I he conclusion ot
the Interview pn mil ed to look fully
Into the matter and laj it b.efore the
railway commissioners on bis arrival
at Ottawa,
Nc/. Electric Road.
Buffalo) Nov. ii. - The state railro 11
commission to-day gi inted a certificate ol necessity to the Frontier Kb ���-
trie Co., for the construction of a passenger line between !! ffalo and Niagara Falls. Tlie Frontier Electric Co.
is a subsidiary concern o{ the International Traction Co., which controls all
Ihe trolley lines on ibe Niagara frontier. Tbe road Is to bo built before
I9U7 over the company's own right i f
way. There was considerable opposition at first on (lie part or lhe steni.i
railroads, but this was withdrawn.
The road will cost about $2,500,000.
and will be used for a fast passenger
service.
Weather Forecast.
Easterly winds, fresh or strong on
straits; unsettled with rain, and stationary or lower temperature. THE DAILY NEW
J"*   THURSDAY
NOV,tt,
SPECIAL    BARGAINS
..
THURSDAY
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Boys' Wool Fleece Lined Underwear, all sizes, from
24 to 34, regular oOc. garment 071^
for *i2C*
Men's Police Braces, regular 35c. and        1/f -
50c. per pair, for   -      -      -      -        !t_/*L.
Men's Cotton Socks, grey and brown colors, good
weight,   regular two pairs for 25c,        /f-
per pair \J\*%
Men's Working Shirts, regular 50c.
for	
Boys' Knickers, regular 75c. per pair,
for	
���
Men's Canvas Gloves, 4 pairs for   ���
25c.
35c
25c
Special Bargains in Suits, Overcoats
and Raincoats.
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WESTMINSTER CLOTHING CO.
Dave Grossman,
Prop,
E. DAVIS, Manager.
MR. JOHNSON WRITES
OF OUR WATER SYSTEM
The   Man Who   Was   Second  in   Command During Construction Gives
Interesting Details.
To the Editor of the Daily .News:
Sir,���In your issue of to-day I find
one of our aldermen reported as expressing, at last night's eouneil meeting, the opinion that a flushing pipe
should have been laid ai the bottom
of the reservoir for the purpose of
cleaning the same when ii became necessary. Would the worthy alderman
be surprised to learn that no less than
two ten-inch Hushing gates, together
with the necessary piping, were placed, and still remain in position, at the
only place then available, the Glen
brook, for this very purpose, the
twenty-two-inch discharge main, or,
rather, a section of ii. being use I iu
connei tion therev, ith? I lind thai recently, and very wisely, too, Superlntendenl Stott has Installed a ten-inch
disci,ai ge in conne I lon with the new
and smaller reservoir for this purpose, and SO planned lhe same 'hai
it can serve both reservoirs. This
discharges upon whal is now citj
property, bin was private property ic
the lime the works were built, (iar
city lias cause ia led proud (if ihe
faithfulness of Its servants, ihi.- being
true in an eminent degree of ihe able
man ;nml whose plans and nnder
whose superintendence our wm ���:���-
works system was originally carried
(mi; even ibe "insects" and "fishes"
were considered as factors in the
scheme. This was, in brief: Aquatic
weeds were certain to grow of theiri
own accord in the reservoir; insects
consume the weeds; trout were in-
stalled in consume lhe Insects; hence,
lbe cleanliness of lhe reservoir. 'I'he
same alderman mentioned leave- and
dust as elements of contamination;
even this was forestalled by felling all
tall timber from which leaves might
lie blown; and as for dust, well, that
is under ordinary conditions a scarce
commodity on top of au elevation ot
four hundred feet, the same being
covered wilh vegetation, 'i'he cleanliness of our large reservoir after fourteen or   fifteen   years   of continuous
service speaks with a force sufficient
lo drown all criticism.
JAMES JOHNSON.
220 Eighth street, N'ov. 13.
In Chambers.
Chambers were   conducted    in   the
provincial court   room yesterday fore-,
noon by Judge Henderson, and among
other matters attended to, S. Stickley,1
who is accused of stealing a coat from
Ben Grossman, came up for electio.i.
i
The accused elected to have a speedy-
trial, and the judge set. the date for,
hearing on Xov. __. The accused was |
granted hail to the extent of $500 personal recognizance and two sureties'
of $2r,o each.
In re water clauses act, Bole et at,
an application was made to transfer
to Vancouver. .1. P. II. Bole for plaintiffs.    Order   for  transfer  mad",   and
the hearing to take place in New |
Westminster, before Judge Henderson.:
on Jan. 15, 1907, subject to approval.
In Lyons vs.   Woods,  application  to
confirm   report,   \V.   .1.   Whiteside appeared for the plaintiff.   An order was i
made.
Loui- Kel came up onco more for
election and his counsel applied for
a further adjournment to N'ov. 2.S. It
is understood that Louie's counsel
will apply for a. writ of habeas corpus.
The steam tug Clive came into port
yesterday with a good sized boom ut'
shingle bolts in tow for tlie Fraser
River Lumber Co.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181?.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
CAPITAL  fALL  paid  up)    $14,000,000    i
RESERVE FUND $10,000,000
lit. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    G.    C.   M.
G ���     Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A,   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager.
General hanking business transacted.
Branches In all Ihe principal cities in Canada, in London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's NfU., and correspondents in all parts of the
world.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER, Agent
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded hy any per-|
son who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to!
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the district ln
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon 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
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(j) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to re-idence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six month-' notice in writing sho,ild
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply tor patent.
\V. W. CORY.
Deputy   Minister  of  the   Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
B. C. MiUs, Timber anj
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash. Do
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION^
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Dram
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
i phonel. New Westmit
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER, General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
The Royal Bank of Can\
Insures absolute security  to depos'to   r-\   START NOW       "'
and you will never regret it.    People do harder things |
nothing to show for it
ONE DOLLAR opens an account,    Pul ii In your po
������I'll ii'*
ably be nothing, bul ONE DOLLAR   deposited every  ���'-	
lm years amounl to J604.50.   THIN'!':     THIS OVER
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL  HANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
TENDERS      |
Will be received by the undersigned
up to the l.'iih day of November Inst-
��� ant, for the purchase of the fifty H.P. |
Standard    Gasoline    Engine    in   thel
schooner  "North,"  now lying al   the
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers  for   tbeir  banking   business.    Sales   Notes  J Governmenl docks. New  Westminster,
cashed   or taken   for collection. Thl,  ,,;,,,���,..  ,���.  any  1(M1(,,,,.  ���,���   ,���,. i
BANKING   BY  MAM���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall,    cessarlly accepted.
Out-of-tojvn accounts  receive every attention, EDWARD G. TAYLOR,
NEW   WESTMINSTfcK   HHANCH
F.B.LYLE;.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com!
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar
The Carruthers Manufacturing
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. It. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Inspector of Fisheries,
I    Nanaimo, Nov. 8, 1906.
VANCOU
C. N0V   15, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
RISING   SUN   FLOUR
THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
Manufactured and guaranteed by
THE WESTERN MILLING CO.
CALGARY,   -   ALBERTA.
LTD
F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent. 145 Hasting. Street. West. Van
couver.
lins & Steamers
CP.R   MAIN   LINK.
- a,     : n. W. ii.35.
p.R. MISSION BRANCH
v,   ���       .a   Seattle 16.50.
reattl'i IJ 10; ar. N. W, 18.40.
WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.
a,   ���   ��� 10 15, 15.40, 17.35.
I. 11 15, 16.40, 18 1".
|T NORTHERN RAILWAY.
V 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
i   ,;.       ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
|v,\ & Y.���VANCOUVER
.. p. m. nnd 9:65 p. m.
fcouver 8.35 a.m., aud 4 p.m.
|X. R.-PORT GUICHON*.
W. 9:35 am.;   ar. Guichon
lich.D. 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
. and . p. m.
lv. only.
ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
Iw We-tmiaster 5.50, C.50, 1
_t., and every bait hour there-
11 p, m.
ineour.r tor W-estminsttr at
re.
er River and Gulf
UP RIVER
. W. M.m. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
puck. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m.
. V,'. T.i., Th., Sat. .  a.m.
I'twk. ti in., Wed., Erl., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER
} w. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
- p.in. : F*""
It, Monday, 5 a.m.
leveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
P Saturday, 5 p.m. B
'ORIA AND ISLANDS. i **.-��� ���
���W. Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
taoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
atl Service
Close.   Received.
���*���' ���'������     " i"' a in.   6.40 p.m.
: : M
��� ���  7 45 a in. 11.35 a.m.
-1,        ".I," a.m.   9.00a.m.
pr-erdale,
' '* a.m.   3.30 p.m.
' a 111.      2.00 p.III.
1 io a.m,   9.00 a.m.
1) in.    1.15 p.in.
11.00 a.m. I
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees.
1 st,   7th,   I r.'i   ( t each   montb,  for
Claoquot  and Mosq ill ��� Harbor;   2
to Ahouset, o ial In . Capi   Sc tl
way  ports.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday at 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. in. with additional trip on Monday at o a. ru.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.;  Friday at 0 a. m. additional
: trip  Saturday  5  p.  m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New   Westminster,  S  a.  m.
Mondays, Wedne.days aud Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,'
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at:
landings between New V.stLuinster:
and Chilliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at  '.' p,  m., 2nd
and   10th  of  each   montb,  culling at i
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second  trip. Time on arrival  and
departure  are approximate.
For   reservations   and   information j
, call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.    .
J. W. TROUP,
General Suner 4ntendent, Victoria.
(Jen. Agent. Freight Dept.,
New  Westminster
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY       !
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv | N'EW ji    Dailv
Leave' WESTMINSTER1 Arrive
.it'll am Blaine, Belling- 3Tt'O pm
4:35 pm ham       Burling-,, :55pm
Hon,    Mt.    V'er-I
[non,     Everett,1
Seattle        aud'
Portland.
4: iii pin Spokane,       St.'
|Paul    and    all
points East
9.20 amlAnacortes, [3:00 pm
IWoolley,     andl
'Rockport.
3:00 pm Vancouver        |9:20 am
9:55 pm |4:35pm
Attractions   at   the   Opera   Hc.se
15���Jessie  Maclachlan,  Scotch  concert.
i 7���Arizona.
23���Harry   Beresford   (The  Woman
Hater).
28���Jerry from Kerry.
I
: 'dl pm
j Northern Pacific]
Lv.    New    Wesfatdmster    for
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guichon
0 p. m.. Monday, Wednesday,
Friday.
8:45 a. m. ar. from Guichon,
9:30 a. ai. Lv. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all  points East.
For complete information,
ra'es, berth reservation, etc.,
cab on or address,
F. C. METERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
N'ew  Westminster, B. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
;' in, 11.35 a.m.
a      'Mm p.m
U.00p.m.
12.00m,
["Pacific Railway Co.
* Co'"r��bla Coast  Line
Service.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rp.tes   to   Southern   Cali'o. nia.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. I). CHARLTON,
Portland, ore. A. G.   A
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,        j   ^_^^^^^^^_
Portland, Boston, Westminster Iron Works
SEALED    TENDERS   addressed   to
the  undersigned,  and  endorsed   "Tinder for Custom House, Osoyoos, B.C.,"
wil!   be  received   at   this  office   UDtil
Monday, Dec. :', 1906, inclusively, for
I the construction of a building for Custom House at Osoyoos, B.C.
Plans and specification can be teen
' and forms of tender obtained at this .
| Department,   on   application   to John i
! I_ow, Esq., Postmaster. Fairview, B.C , |
f and at  the office of Wm. Henderson. \
[Esq.,    Resident    Architect,    Victoria,
I B.C.
Persons tendering are notified thai
j tenders will not be considered unless '
I made  on  the  printed   form  supplied.'
, and   signed   with their   actual   signa-
. mres.
Each  tender  must  be accompanied ,
by an accepted cheque on a chartered i
bank, made  payable to the order of
the Honorable the Minister of Public
"Works; equal to ten per cent.  (lOp.C.)
of lbe  amount   of the tender, which I
will be forfeited if tbe party tendering |
��� decline to enter into a contract when i
called upon to do so, or if he fail to
complete the work contracted for.   If'
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department dees not bind Itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.   !
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 7, 1906.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Pe-!
partment will not lie paid for it.
'e:F"T"'T"|[ ESCAMALA FERNANDAS, as Tony,   in "Arizona."
On  Saturday   evening   next   at   the embodying  the  characteristic   pbas?s
opera   house,  theatergoers   will   have  of a class of people never before in-
....        .. tI ,,,    ,.   troduced  to the  American  public    It
an   opportunity   to   witness   Hollls   E. F
'abounds in thrilling situations, not of
Cooley's   beautiful   production   of   An-  ., ,   , ,. _..,___.    . i_j
' the melodramatic type, but of the kind
gustus Thomas' charming comedy- whjt.h ho](,s ,,)e audience spellbound,
drama. "Arizona." In the time "Ari- It is full of pathetic love passage-,
zona" has been before the public, it which bring tears to the eyes of the
has played In more cities in the union j most hardened theatergoers, only to
than any other play now upon the be relieved the next moment by ths
American stage. The author has id- unctuous humor supplied by Mr.
mitted himself that "Arizona" is the Thomas' comedy efforts, which have
premier effort of his career "Ari- been pronounced by both press and
zona" is a true story of American life,   public to be unexcelled.
And ali the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and thc MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO. NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, Cm Niagara Falls.
Fur Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'l Passengi r and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, III.
when going east   "The Milwaukee"
GENERAL MACHINE AN11 WNUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING. BKlUUe; and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOUK.
Ornamental   Iron   WorK,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In
vltcd.
JOHN REID,
RUSSIAN  SAYINGS,
ME TABLE
Co;
lst L,ne Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
i notice).
��'atrin   .    .     ..
Vancouver
I
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^jjTOHIA   SEATTLE
rnCeSS Vl*na.
TaD;uv'    >-atlp.m.
NrJuteWES���'NSTER
r*er Q<-;   Cty.
���* w,..
" n ''��� at 7 a.
hRN*NA.v,o ROUTE
S.S.j
Bticni
osn
Smiy   I     I "x,'":" Rat.
130 /���'      " P. m. Sat-
ASK TIIE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Every Day in the  Ye. r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of'
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free.,
modern day conches and buffet, library and   smoking cars.
For Time Tallies,  Folders, or  any
further  information  call   on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
"The Pion'-fr 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 tlie Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and j
give their patrons an excellence oi
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
r.14 Tbird St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or. j
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Managei,
Vancouver.  B.  C.
BEG HIE BTK____T.
N'ew Westminster. P. U. 474.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
I
Columbia St.
! Baggage delivered    promptly  to   my
part of the city.
i '
Light and Heavy Hauling
'iffice 'Phone 185.       Harn'-iVorie 137
BLACKSMITHING.
He who fears a sparrow will never
sow millet.
An   untried   friend   is   like   an   un-
cracked nut.
When you die even your tomb shall
, be comfortable,
The uliseutminded mnn looks for the
, horse lie rides on,
Better to beg than steal, but better
to n\ nd; (bun be-.
jl mother's love will draw up from
the depi ;- of the _e:i.
When Ihe uss be ..rs loo light a load
be wants to lledowu.
Ile who Is on horseback no longer
knows his own father,
Man carries Ills superiority inside,
animals theirs outside.
Tbe nobleman is always in the right
wbeu the peasant sues.
If the thunder Is not loud tbe peasant
forgets to crass himself.
One whip is enough for n good harsc,
for a bad one not a lb m.-and.- Milwaukee Sentinel.
Hustles Away.
A few minutes after receiving a letter  from  a  friend  in  San  Francisco,
offering bim  a situation  there  at   a
good figure, .lames White, of the firm
of White &  Parker, of .Millside, was
I i usy  packing his trunk and  making
I pre] arations fo    in Immediate depar-
! ture  for the is I len Gate city,    The
i
������ I ��� re eive I stated thai there
was any amounl of work for carpenters, and as the '..ages offered were
exceptionally good, Mr. White decided
io go south for the next few months.
I Although liis partner, Mr. Parker, Ls
at presenl away In Tacoma, the business will be carried on as usual, an.l
all contracts on hand at presenl will
be completed by the firm.
Having bought  out   the  Blacksmlth-
iiig  business  of  R,   II.  Benson,  I   will
! be pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new ones.    Horseshoe-
I ing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
All   I'or   Niiliuht.
All these "International conferences"
to remove "causes" of war are futile.
Wars arise from conflict of human desires. There will always be wars while
desires conflict, until tbe millennium
comes and we are angels, The impelling desire that brings together these
universal pence conferences Is chiefly
social. Tbe dreamers want a chance to
tell their dreams to other dreamers.
Men who liml happiness in "prominence" want more prominence. So they
gather and shake bands und make
Speeches nnd tell how happy the world
will be when dreams come true.���Chicago Inter (icean.
Test Case on Betting.
Washington,  Nov. 11.���Bookmaking
j as it has been carried on at Benniiigs
: race track, was to-day declared illegal.
and William Davis, who volunteered
. himself a defendant to test the law,
was declared guilty and sentenced it:
j criminal court   to   Imprisonment  for
two  hours.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���.lames Youngheart, Montreal; .1. C. Henderson, Winnipeg; Mrs.
i Linstun, ,l. Houghton, Vancouver,
Windsor���.1. Gallagher, A.   Russell,
Grand Forks; F. Ewen. Vancouver;  C.
i ,
,!{. Bishop, Victoria; J. West, Langley;
j w. Cameron, P. LeClair, New York.
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lepreciatlon of machinery from rust
"An exceedingly active city council
under   the   very   able   generalship Of   Maltjng Co   aT  Winnipeg.
Mayor Keary. is doing much   to   ex-      ..CIaybnrn Preased Brick am] Cana.
  I l,loit the desirability of New Westmln- ,ii:)n pjpe Co  an, two new industries
of   births,    marriages    or   ster for the location of new factories,; just   gettiag   uruler   wa>.     The !atfl..-
deaths. 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or j and their labors appear to be meeting: wjn    man���facture   wire.wbund   water
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per   wi,h _rr.itl.vlne success . ,        .
" -��� ��� '* Pipe, and  when complete their works
forty to flftv hands are employed, ail Seattle  Cut  Off.
skilled white labor. Portland.  Ore..  Nov   U.���The Ore
-New Westminster has one of thc gonlan has jus- receive! a messaso
largest distilleries in Canada. The from Seattle, that that cltj is cut off j
plant is about three miles up 'he river by flood water. The :n issage Ba. -
and the great colony of rei brick that three lives have been lost, ani
buildings are verj conspicuous as you -ha- the damage will run into bun-
run in on the train from the Junction,  dreds of thousands of dollars.
-The    Westminster   Brewing   Co.'s 	
plant is located right in the city. Thev
manufacture some 15,000 barrels ol
beer annually. Native grown hops a -e
used almost exclusively, and the company get their malt from the Canada
LOST���On Sunday evening, between
the Methodist ani It C. churches, a
string of gold beads. Finder re
warded on returning them to US
Blackwood  street. 213-G
Today The finger of Oppoiuini
Points to Suburban Acreage
W'
i
E have exclusive agency for a? acres on   I
-'���HV,
within five minutes of theB.C.E.R. ear ���'
limits.    Splendid fruit land, easy clearing " '''
of the  most successful fruit  growers   in   the
trict.    Only $150  per  acre.    Cannot stay al th
*; ��:��� non. |
'���..-..
word.      No advertisement taken  for
;��8j than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day  Office    A22
Night   Office    B22
.*���.��*������ ���'
"The completion of the splendid
railway and traffic bridge across the
Fraser has made both sides of that
noble stream equally available for industrial purposes, and already several
factories have been erected on the
east  Lank, and others are projected.
"None ol the salmon canneries were
in operation at the time ol mj visit,
an i the b iii lings themselves are uo:
-- iei in es. S dmon canning Is one of the greatesl industries
ol ' be I*. isei. an i pr ib ibly always
will  i>e.    During the pasi   two years
    lb''   ('"Ij^Mlda'l'iii   I   mai.)
Trade last nighl   ''    resolutions ��� ���������������   ning   plants,   and  the   increased   care
f public ii.-  :i" I supervision ol the department of
marine  and  fisheries,   is  doing  unci,
l'l   :rr^rV\f   -llis   Vltl'lab],     a--.--    ,:id   t  i
make of the salmon run a regular ha"-
FOUND���Purse containing small sum
of money. Owner can have same
on proving property and paying for
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     I    this   adverisemetr.     A.i,''..,     [i.i.l;,
'The Schaake Machine Wcrk-. Lt I.,]    News. 212-1
will   tmploy some 200 men.
THURSDAY.  NOV.
���306.
BOARD  OF TRADE.
Al   the   meeting   of   the  Board    I
ade last night, in
ini: od ii ������! "ii  - ibjects
portance.    Mr, I  move I  a  pi  te t
again--  the removal of the dredge I >
are makers of saw mill machinery.1
and practically control manufacture
along that line for the coast trade
The head of the firm Is the invent ir
of a splendid shingle machine, th
like of which is not found elsewhere
on the American continent.
"The Brackman-Kei Co.'_ rolle 1 oal
mills Is mother In lustrj with hi a i
; :a ��� ������. - at New Westmln stei ���* hei e
theii lai -"-��� mill, empi >> Ing over 100
men, is locate I The. . - ��� i all the
oats p it mi the mai ei I be listrict.
The company al3o bas lai ge mill - ii
E Im int in, i 'algarj  and Victoria.
"I )n thi easl .idi ol ���: e i*. isei I '..-���
large - inning p^anl ol the Fraser
River Tannery was erected jusl a  Ii!
found���A small  sum  of money, on
the Boor in  Welsh's stor ���    i) a ner
can ii ive same   ij proi ng p  >pe
an i paj lag t ir this  i Ivertisen ei
LOST ��� Between
Fou   h   iven ie
large   amethj _i
Leo      I     ice an
:i 1    Ei-i ll
irooch     vlth   iia
a, in i Bel ting   a i mte      Fin ' " w ill
be ��� ewar le i.    A  pi;    E. Gou
P. It. st iti
Victoria, giving sound reasons in su;i-   ,,,.,.    as   mucn  t0   be counted  on  a.   tle ovei   i yeai   igo, and alreadj  It has
porl of it. The Daily News male <��� ':���
torial reference to the matter a few
da> s ago, and need not repeal what it
then said.
The other resolution, introduced by
.1. D. Taylor, was a piece of political
clap-trap  of the "red  herring" order.
that of wheat or oats. One ol the
salmon factories within the city limits nt New Westminster was, al the
time of my visit, in October, being
turned into a glass factory, which is
urgently nee led,
"Though not an opportune moment   tained."
to see the salmon running, it was the      we  regret   that
revolutionized -it" markel for bides.
Formerly the only market for hides
was San Francisco, and il was nothing
unusual tor the price in New Westminster to be as low as I'.c per 1 i.
Now ae, Sc and even 7c per lb. is   i i-
Con. M>-ra'e>:,-
NEW WESTMINSTER
OPERA HOUSE
ONE NIGHT ONLY
SATURDAY, 17th Nov.
All intending purchasers of houses should :   i
cation to us.    We always have ;. good list to -,
_*_mTH0S1 PEARSON
BEST   ON   EARTH
THE MONARCH RANgI
It  utilizes all  the   heating  power  of  the   hard   coa h  ...
coke.     Ordinary  steel   and   cast  iron   ranges  are   fue;    ... , .-.-3     ���._,
work   well   until   the   bolts   become   loese where steel  is bolted to cat  J
The  Monarcn range is different.    It   is constructed   a t-   ��� ���-,  .ab ,
f-ames. to which the  steel   is nvetted,   not   bolted.     It   is  only    -, ,.
tnat  absolutely   airtight  joints  can   be   made.     There   is no  stove o .
Monarch   air-tight  seams ���no  danger ot   leaks.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & BRYS0]
NEW WESTMINSTER.       VANCOUVER
Professing to look towards the aboli- best possible time for seeing the great   space have compelled us to conden   ���
tlon of road tolls on the Fraser rivor fish freezing establishments.   I visited   very  much, and  -hereby do some ,_,.
n     ,0a������_H tr. he���i one which ls on lhe water  tront' **''   j,,s,ice t0 the author, as well as omit
bridge,  it  is  really designed  to he id ^ jn ^ cemre Qf New  Westmln.
off the movement for their abolition.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 a number or' interesting details.   ______________��
ster. This cold storage has a capa- letter is from the pen of the lady who
As every one present at the meeting city of 60 carloads, and was full to the was judge of the art exhibit at th ���
(except the mover of the resolution)   roof on the occasion of our visit. exhibition,   and   it   closes  with   some
was it, favor of doing away  with the'     "After  salmon>  lumber  is certainly   rather -fierce" expressions of opinion
N'ew   Westminster's    long   suit.    The ] on rhe labor nuesMon
tolls,   the    resolution   passed    unani-L^.  cu(   q{ ^  ^.^ ^   ^
 usly, but not  until  Mr, Taylor had   nlns ovei. half a mj|lion Eeetj and thls
made what, in the circumstances, vis   will  lie   increased   before the end   of
an absolutely false statement in order  another year. The largest of the mills
is that of the Fraser River Saw Mills
*          ���    ���    r            .  DI                    ! W. R. Gilley, '."none l ii.
America _ L��reatest Flay              .
Arizona | GILLEY BROS,
By Augustus Thomas,                  J ^~ ���**
                                    I Dealers tn
By Augustus Thoma
SAME   GREAT   COMPANY.
One   Year   Each���New   York,  Chicago.
London,  Eng.
to lead the meeting into supposing
that there was no serious obstacle ia
the way of the granting of a subsidy
by the Dominion Government.
That  Government   simply   dare   not \
Co., Limited, situated'about four mile_
up the river from the town. The
daily cut   is   now   200,000   feet.     Both
double circular and double band saws I
are used, and they  have erected the
The  World   had   a   report   yesterday GRAND   COMPLETE   PRODUCTION.
that the dissolution of the Legislature 	
was to take place that day.    Our a i- Prices,  $1.00. 75c  and   SOc;   gallery.
vices from Victoria contradict the re- 25c.
port.    Dissolution may come any day, Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
however, on Wednesday morning
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents B. (J. lottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
| Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
j Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depi
I
'Phone i-o
subsidize  a   Provincial   public   wofk, j flrst concrete drying kiln on the Pacl-
and   Mr.   Taylor   must   be  quite   well Hc coast    Tne output of tj,ls nim is
aware of that.. about equally divided between Alberta
Some   time  ago.   the   Daily   News and export trade.   For this latter the
started an agitation for the removal of big   ,,(.,.iin   going  freighters coin,-   up
the bridge tolls, not knowing that Mr. ,,���. river .,���,, Ioad f,.om the ,.���,���-,,,,., a
Oliver,  M.P.P.,  ivas  also working the own  wriarf
mailer up.   The Columbian had orders "The Burnette .Saw   Mills Co    I
in op] ose the movi ment an 1 did s >,
and now Mr. Taylor is al his usual
gain'- ol drawing i red hei Ing across
the track an I i ry lng to i hifi the .������
sponslbility to Ottaw ..
IN   STRANGERS'   EYES.
A special correspon lenl ol the Manitoba Free Press, who was here al exhibition time, has a letter in last Sai
urday's issue of that paper on "The
Growth of the Royal Cltj on the Fr i-
ser," from which we make I he i i
joined , xcerpts. Local re iders will
notice a few errors, hul : bey are n il
important:
"It is bard to realize that almosl a
month has passed since the balm;
day in October when we drove from
point "> point an I gathered some Idea
of the rapid development of indusl ries
ami manufactures thai bid fair I i
place New Westmlnstei among the
leading In lustrial cities of < lanada.
Perhaps i he exieni an i varletj of the
Industries struck nie, from hearing
Vani o iver people >���. bo i ome ea b
liidim_ to New Wes tmin >tei i a back
mini! er.
"The rival rj bei�� een the ie l�� a
(ac. ; cities Is j'.-' ab ml is sensible
as thai between Fori William an I
Poi:   Arthur,  which any  outBldei   < an
Saw Mills co., Limited, i.s one of the oldest plants on the
oast, and  in addition  to their daily
cut   of  100,(   feet, they  h ive  large
shingle   mills   and   an   immense   boxj
factory.
"Small  &   Bucklin  Is  comparatively
a new mill, with a cut of between x-'.-
0 "i ui,I inn.nun feet daily.   Thej have
rather a unique site, just south of the
town, the peninsula having been rais-'
ed seven feel by the pumping of sand
from the river.
"The British Columbi . Tim ier an I
Ti ading Co. is anoi her of the large
.ills, and in addition to makin....
��� . they manufacture - he set ti na
i it iges that are no.. so | ipul ir.
These, with one or two smaller milis,
bring the daily cul up to 500,000 fi
as I efoi i' state I, and this is likelj  i i
he  increased  to   750,    In  the   neai
future, a.s  the demand   foi   lumbei
, itlj  on the Increase.
"A furthei  si ige in ihe   u", irati in
of woods for bull Ilng purposes Is thai
of the   Brit Ish  Columbia   Manufai i
Ing Co., Ltd     This companj   mala     i
special!)   of   cross pi)    Hul shin  -   dii
lianlwo id for Inte lor itions. Th
native curie I maple is one of the favorites for this purpose, and wlthoul
an) sl retch of Inraglnai lon ll quite !*;
possible to pick o il angel i holrs,
troops of demons or sprites, Rlghl of
ferns ami flowers, all
this wonderful wood
GIFTS
For the
Coming
Yule-TM
xaoaatasie^^
I
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$       li in quest of something mil nf the nrdinriry���v.tiurti non
j!j arlistic conception is sought���then can this sfore be nl the
v value in makini) your selections of gifts for Christmas.
J Our stock  is fast attaining   to   completeness.    M        a"]
j \ ivelties are ready tor the early holidaj   ahoppei
;���; lng that  these cannol  be duplicated, the advantag   ol      > chousiijj
y i^ obvious,
ft Those who come to see are quite as welcome aa tl
!���! lo buy,
who f"f|
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
see are destined lo be all one some
day li will not be manj years before ljlrds, trees
ther.' is a connecting link of homes caused by sawln
and Industries between Vancouver and across the grain and then polishing It,
New Westminster, and 'ben- Is plenty ln addition to the crossply, the British
of room for both to '-trow and expand Columbia Manufacturing Co., Ltd., do
to an almost unlimited extent. West- an enormous trade in the manufacture
minster Is jusl 18 miles from the of frull and berry boxes, baskets and
mouth cf the Fraser, and is, therefore, crates, butter boxes, egg ra-e- and
nol above tidewater; In tact, vessels fish boxes for both canned and frozen
drawing 21 feet can go two or three salmon, The product ol the Xew West-
miles above the city, and the well- minster factory finds ready sale
known river pilot, Captain Rogers, among fruit men, and the planl Is to
claims thai then- is at least 26 feel of '"e enlarged almosi Immedlatelj With
water over the Annieville bar. which the raid.I Increase in fruit growing,
is the only serious obstacle to ocean ,hl' making of frull packages must be-
golmg vessels of the heaviesl tonnage come a very important Industry,
coming up the river, one great ad "Another form of package Is pul up
vantage New Westminster possesses
is thai of n verv large ;ii"ipurtion of;
the water fronl Is owned by the city, ;u,!| now employs 36 white men.
and can be leased on very reasonable     "Another Industry   which   Includes
terms for the establishment  of bona both  w"'"1  '"> eta!  I_ thai of tho
For industries where s"""' (',u' shoPs'   The British Colum-
ls   employe d the Wa  Electr'c Railway Co. controls the
banks Of  the   Fraser   are   better   than systems   of   Victoria,    Vancouver    and
,,'���, ahores of  the    Pacific,   because New Wes.minster, and al   the Royal
piles are not subject to tlu. danger of City the ear simp, are located.   From
bj   the  Western   Canadian   can Co.,
which   started   only   three years  a_i.
Men Want
Our Shoes
The man who comes here for Shoes will
get Shoes that are different from the kind
he can buy at almost any shoe store anywhere. Many men never think of going
elsewhere for their shoes, knowing that
j    WE ALWAYS HAVE THE BEST    j
The man who wants a $2.00 Shoe
The man who wants a $3.50 Shoe
The man who wants a $4.50 Shoe
The man who wants a $5.00 Shoe
EACH   ANI)  EVERY   MAN  OF  THEM
WILL   FIND  THE
Best Shoes for The Money Right Here
We Carry a General Line of Shoes
j;!  Columbia Street Thc JEWELElj
>''���>'���''���>''��'������''���''���'������������'���'���������'���-��^
i	
j NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A
| Post Card Albu;
j Before the Xmas Rusk     A Large Assortment at
| J, J.  MACKAY  & CJ
t Booksellers   and   Stationers
full- industries,
costly   machinery
Johnston's Kg Shoe House
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Crowded for to
That's why we are offering those beautiful
10-piece Toilet Sets this week at
$2.50 PER SET
COME AND SEE THEM AT
ADAMS & DEAll luf-SD*Yl
NOV   15. 1906.
THC DAIL\  NEWS
���THE!
CASH STORE
MORE   STRAIGHT
jO THE  POINT TALK TO-DAY
But not talk merely.
j^^?*^^*^ every word we print
here costs  nearly as
much as every word
you pay for when you
^^^^^ send a telegram ?
K* ^ If   '\ Tall<   lSYl>i C^eaP Ut
/        PH     <        that rate, is it ?
> MR      \ Back of the talk is
���'  ** the merchandise. Back
f'A'J^'"   J      ��^  every   claim  we
-"      / make are the goods to
������ prove it.   That makes
the   words   we   say
worth their weight in
gold.
Ready-to-Wear    Mais
|To-day's vs Is t(> the effec   ,;.i'   a     ������ offe            large sele:
tion ' ds  season's ready-! i-wears, worth $2.50 I i $3, for. .^1.75
|. a toques and turbans, in felt, trimmed  with velvet rib-
on i     . for   $3.00
$3.50  and  $5  Skirts
live hav.' "ii hand now unite a few more skirts than we wani    Nol
��� old or ill-fitting,   bul   we'   ���  crowded   for   i mn   and
sell them.   More new oi ���-    eing   bought   anil  soon to
Some very neat and   iti   ic   ��� ��� ones In  novel.)   lw ied
are offered al     $3.50
IadI some smart good fitUng skirts of plain material al $5.00
Oversize  Skirts
|0ur reputation for fitting law people is one we mean I i sustain. If
you are stout and have never  tried  our  skirts,  listen  while  v/o
ive a splendid assortment of styles In 30 to 38 inche.-,,
n-alsi  measure, at $6.00 and up.
Children's   Coats
I",'. , ire .pace to show  these bargains in the windows ��� so
will have to give you a  few pri les:
pi      .���   il Children's Wlnber  C   its al    $1.75
I ey, Cheviot, Twee 1 ite, in colors, well made and trimmed.    Special     $2.25
plris' Coats of Tweeds, Meltons, I neviots and Homespun3, in all the
Local News Briefly Told
*
KJ3
'Wit
Wftrf
ffi WHITE HOUSE
 m 4
"We are showing some particularly good values ir
Ladies' House Dresses, Wrappers,
Kimonas   and    Dressing   Gowns
*��� J- BIRTCH, 275 Colum-
bia Street	
F v,,i   WANT DRY, COMFORTABLE FEET
pURlNG WET,  UNCOMFORTABLE WEATHER
GET YOUR  FEET  INTO  A  PAIR  OF
The "DICK" Old Country
Damp Proof Boots
'ther of the DickHoot is rendered Impervious to water
E '' 'j':' effectually  fills up the natural pores of the lea-
: bii. it Impossible tor the soles lo gel waterlogs id.
Vouths, $2.00      -       -      Boys, $2.75
��y* can't wear these out in one season.
Cent's from $4.00.
J STEWART -   SoleAgent
it all kinds an I iwers,
at S    ,   Titty's, ghone M-! dtt j
irge new board uhlch>
n u   recently   built ne ��� ;overn-
ment w biarf, has ��� : ��� ml to
t.'.'o boneyard tor s.y winter The
S       ... .(a, requisitioneu : '��� the job.
The old pontoon landing s-.u. ���.'llioh'
ase :  ��� i   , ���   itlllzed by the ferry **tt.'"'
rey, and which '���>��� bought from the?|
city   - im ���     ne   I . i b.   W   A   Gilley,
was   ','..   i   i !���   ��� i the   i inej Ard yes-
te  la the Mabel
Relchen i t's :i ime made mincemeat, 15c pei lb., wlll nutke 1*8.1 ioua
pies. 21.-if
Harr; 11 M :. -o, ������'��� bo wa- charge I
In tla-   lollce '-'���"day ma
laving        id   ink and lac ipa de
the previ ius n vas Bne I $2  0 an .
cosl s, and given i h u I lectui e on the
evils ,-. ������ '  magls-
Oh
"try  Boot Store, Columbi.   St.,  New  Westminster.
., I
a.i - a ion fori
��heeling  a   I   i        in    the    sl lew i k
along   Fi ttit   ���'       ,  failed  I      <
when hi- aame   va -   tall   I In I be p )
lice  court yesterda I $1
ball :,i ney was a        I i       ed,
N'o appli   ition.. havins   n        e elv-
��� ���!   for   ' imblned       ���-��� lon -
dng ii,'   assist ml wa
ter works .unerini indent, R ibi. Miles, ���
lately   i onne ted   with  the   .aa   com
pany, has     en a  . dnted to I he latter
posii ion
Li 'Vi-.'- ol the ki istlii : art are loo'.-
inn fori, ar I with intere.l to ,;i    .<.i ���
ball smoker whli i Is to ;'i- hei I In .*;.
Patrick's    ball     to-morrow     evening.
There  has b i a good advance sale
of seats,   ind   i   record  crowd  is expected   ' '  witness   the  big mat   cou
'������'������ ��� li ime-m i le     mine.- j
meat, loc per lb.,  will make delicious
pies. Ull-tf
Three ii mra to gel beyond the city
Umit3 i hi a months In jail was the
sentence impos ��� l in Roberi Murray, J
who waa charged with being drunk oni
Tuesda. evening Murray struck out
for the municipality of Burnabj is
-nun is th court ] ronounced sentence
upon iiini lie has nol yel come back.
Late ii ��� Is back and In the cooler
again
C.P.R     -��� samer    Queen    City!
ca tne into    i     yeste  la    I ireuoon and
i cargo o    ; 00 i  - icks of
cement, whicb will be re-
i mtry  builders.    The
��� rl   luring the afternoon
.vi irgo, and at  Stevest in
;:���::-    if  vegel
a   m ii ket   wi re  ' iken
ia   .
Fo        ���    ���. -.. i cer at  St. Pal
i    ' ���     tll ou   Fi Ida.   next, a  :>���_ .
has been an ingi !
singing,    nixing,    wrestling,   etc.,  alli
( ombinin t I    make ai     _cel enl  evening's enteri linment.    i   will be a re ���
ul i, free  mil lasy, v. he     everyone will
en   '        :: . >   .   io "play   I all,"   \\ es
ter, ne in j our hundre Is
_l 11
A ;,a rl    of sel   ers I rom the Ante: 1-
i an sidi   -. enl   i I  w h iui a in the city
yester la;   an I  lefl   on  the  afternoon
In  foi   Armsti ong, where 'hey pr >-
., making 11 ���'   homes. The.  stat id
M  they itisfied   with  the
i mini ry an I th     ro -. ti'''.   would
ii all proba e    lined by  a i on-
Iderable  i .merlcan
fi len Is wh I iei   eyes tu tie I I i
tl ������ fertile valle   ��� of British Columh1 I
as ' iie Me i a nl I lelr h i es,
A full al ten i ol        un      ���   -   !
: he ��� ll    senl  I ill team I    looked
hi     ..'      ii   intlclpatloi   of the
match I    be |   i; ed   _ I li   he Vancou-
iei   T .: >tles .'ii  Saturday   nexl     The
are going I     ml up a good i
figl ���  foi  the ., m ���'. an i hope to c in i
oul  on' : ip     l'i," foil i'a ing ��il! pro i
i ie  '       Ine-up:  Goal, David- in,
aci -. Learn . Kirb : half backs, A.
Turnbull, Anders in, O Peel i; t ��r
war i -. L. . , ���; all, Johns in, Am i i ���'.
Broi , Mallng. S itin ! iy's game will
commen e al lo '  sharp,
nwa> .mi see him safely on board the
train for New Westminster. The don
was placed in a roomy crate, and there
ije remained until his arrival here.
The members Of the local lodge of
the Son.- of England, which bears thej
euphonious and appropriate name c��
Rose of Columbia, had  the pleasure I
of a  surprise  visit  from  Wilberforco
I >dg". No. 71, and Lodge Western J,i-I
.���:  ���<���. both of Vancouver, last night in
.���heir  lodge room   here.    The   Visito s
eai.'ie over on  a special  cur  and   i i-
turne.   to  the   Terminal    ��:i.y    about
midnight.    During the evtaSng an enjoyable proYWKnme of vodfcl  and  i-i-
strumental nuiMiers was rendered by
the   visitors, and! a   good time   was
spent.
DRINK "BOILED  MILK.
A   Doctor *nj.  It   Mill   \ hoi-Iii*..    v..��
\_:nln_f   ( oi,_iini|,tlf>n.
"The idea ef Vaccination lIKailtst nil:
sumption is nol a new- Idea," snld a
physician.     "And.   furthermore;   ynu
and  I  have  unconsciously  many  limes
perhaps vaccinated ourselves against
this disease."
"i lm\������ vaccinated myself against
consumption? I musi have done It ln
my sleep,  then."
"Not at all.   Let me explain.
"riniuveaii. Baumgarten, Grisez, Beb
rliiK, Calmette, Ouerin and other oral
nent Investigators have taught us that
the germs of consumption the bacilli,
the little living creatures that cat up
the lungs���do nol enter our luug.i
through the respiratory tract, but
through the Lat est Lues���that Is to say.
we don't brent tie in consumption
germs; we eat ihem.
"In the region of the intestines, there
fore, these men for some years conducted their vaccinations for consumption. Tbey took calves, and they vac
clnated these calves with milk containing dead bacilli. Afterward they
gave the calves milk containing live
bacilli, and, whereas this latter milk
caused deadly consumption in ordinary
calves, among those that had been
vaccinated no evil effect whatever en
sued.
"Among animals and perhaps among
men milk containing dead consumption germs makes a virus which, applied to the Intestines, f. a sure cure
for consumption.
"Therefore, when you and f drink
our milk boiled (ns we should always
do despite the oystery taste), we are.
if the iniiu happens to contain bacilli,
actually Introducing Into our Intestines
the virus that, among animals at leasi.
is consumption's sure preventive.
"Moral.--Drink boiled milk only."���
St Louis Globe-Democrat.
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A.s you slide along past youth hit I
middle :i;c eet a good grip on youi
enthusiasms. Life looks black aftei
tbey are gone, It is ,-i good thint:. too,
to renew your own life in an lutlmati
interest in tlie life of some young
friend. Few things are more belp.ul
or more beautiful than friendship be
i ween the young aud the old. Tbey
have everything to give to each other
What is most pitiful 111 both���youth's
uncertainty and need of encouraging
sympathy, ag?'s uiil'iiliillinents an .
need of softening tenderness���Is soothed and neutralized by a sharing of in
rerosis aud affections,
In Navy Blue, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
up to $2.50.
In Black, $2.00, $2.50 and $3.50.
Tan color, just the thing for shooting, $3.50.
Fancy Sweater, in nice, dark, neat
patterns, at $2.50 and $3.00..
White and light, fancy, $2.50 and
$3.00.
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
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One never bears of ,1 duke goln;',
wrong. Every one bearing any othei
title in the peerage may be perhaps
subjected to the temptations ol* "the
world, the flesh and the devil." but a
duke never: Indeed, the old Scots
man's verdicl that dukes are "verra.
verra respectable people" seems one
nboul which there can be no doubt.���
Loudon Taller.
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\ handsome ecllie dog was received
;.. ,., ye iterd 13 tor T, Purdy, a recent
arrival from Alberta, who has purchas
ed land In the Burnaby dlstricl   When
1 Mr, Purdy waa stai ting for the we-it
,vith his fan lly, the dog in question,
which is regar le I almost as a mem-
Der , the family, managed to gel
, , ;. , ., ;!,,, railway agent who w.18
pla ng him aboard the baggage car.
'in,l hiked back to the forsaken ranch.
The -rain was just pulling out. and
there waa n it time to chase him, Mr,
.......,���,,. wrote back to an ac-
' n-Kli.. ance   in   the   neighborhod,  re-
,       lng him to   recapture   the r'un:
Free, "���"���"i^^
"Johnny," ijuorloil the teacher of the
juvenile class, "whal is the difference!
between electricity and lightning?"
"Vou  don'l   have  to  pay   nolhin'   foi
llghtnin'," answered Johnny. -Mllwau
kee Sentinel
Jessie Maclachlan
THu   SCOTTISH    PRIMA    DONNA,
assisted  by
DOUGLAS YOUNG, Tenor
JOHN Mi LINDEN, Violoncellls
L1NDLEY GRAHAM, Solo Pianisl
ROBERT   BUCHANAN,   Accompanist.
L'nder the auspices of the Sons
of Scotlan 1,
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A Letter of Importance
OPERA HOUSE
Nov. 15th at 8:30 o'clock
TO THE INHABITANTS OF NEW WESTMINSTER IN GENERAL AND
OUR    FRIENDS   IN    PARTICULAR:
Lately we have been constantly asked if we are selling out, or moving
to larger premises. These enquiries have no doubt been created by the
large  shipments  of furniture  leaving   BU    stores and warehouses daily.
No. we are not leaving our present site, but we certainly are selling out
(all the time). Not with any catchpenny reductions, but a genuine legitimate method of trading which we have made successful by always marUing
cur goods lower than the lowest of other furniture houses in British Columbia.
NOW. IT'S UP TO YOU whethec you want old and out of date gcod3
at any old price, or the very latest a.id newest goads that money and experience can  buy.
Just come in and pay us a friendly visit; no one will bother you to buy.
New Christmas goods constantly arriving. Look them over, and if you
want something good, select it. and we will deliver any time or anywhere
you wish. We will advise you in purchasing Morris Chairs, Morris Rockers,
Dining Chairs,  Extension Tables.  Pictures,  Sideboards, Buffets,  etc.
LEE'S   FURNITURE  EMPORIUM
Dupont Block      Columbia St.      Telephone 73
Reserved seats, 75 rents; rest of the
house. JU rents.
Box plan ai Ryall's Drug Store.
SUITS
TO   ORDER
IV. Co Plirdy, The Confectioner
/Is now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
f^��T~Toffee and Caramels
Cut and Made on the Premises
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR i
24 7 Front Street    ���    New Westminster
TRY   THEM.
I cany a full line of G. B. and Lowney's Chocolates.
^j^ THE   DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, N0Vi���
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_THEY ALL COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts.
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
Good Tea. Coffee. Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
.AIRS. M. M. COOK,
"By Jove, Wobby, I  ,hmk  I must be in love."
"Gracious, Weggy, why?"
"Oh, they say a fellah in love always gets so like an ass, ye know."
"But, bless me, cd chappie, I haven't noticed anything unusual about you.1
Trapp Block,
Columbia St.
Proprietres
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster,  E.C.
"Right   you   are,"  (aid  the  bull;   "that',   what  I   waa  thinking'"     (And   ha
put a figure in it.)
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
atr! $20 for anthracite. Not more
than 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on-the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miner s certincate is granted
for one Or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance ci $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction The
fee for recording a claim is $5-
At least Sioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$100 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2'/_ per cent, of the sales
of the products  of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
(he N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fei
$5, renewable yearly. On the N'i,rth
Saskatchewan River claims are cither
bar or bench, the former being too
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar digging-, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding mon feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and thc N. VV. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term nf twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the   Interior.
The lessee's right is routined tn the
submerged beds or bars nf the river
below any lnw water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty 'ame as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 fe^t in
length, measured on the base line cv
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from 1000 fo
2000 fect. All other placer claims
'hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of thc mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The  person or company  staking  .
miner s  cer-
claim  must hold  a  free
tificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output en which no royalty shall br
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
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 altematk-e leasehold.
The  lessee  shall have  a  dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
I but where a person or company has
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
1 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 $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases 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   111   tiie   river
below    low    water    mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in thc year of the
c date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
1 the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
1 from such date. Rental $100 per mile
��� Yukon Territory to be paid to the
! comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
I of mnre than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2, A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same _.eek, gulch or river, by-
giving  notice  and  paying   a  fee.
Wcrk   must   be   done   on   a   claim
i.uh year to the value of at least S200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been
abandoned, anad open  to occupation
anil entry by a frce mincr.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and  the  minister may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tor,
j such   period   as   he  may  decide,   the'
j length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.     Should the pros-1
pector   discover  oil   in   paying   quan- j
tities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an  area not  exceeding 640
acres, including tlie oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1  an acre, and tlie remainder of the
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the  In
terior.
Dept. Interior.
GIELETTE         1
SAFETY
RAZORS
95.00 EACH.
(.TO'DRUGSTORE
SPECTACLES   A   SPECIALTY.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect^ at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage c*'ii 1 y for Republic.
Euffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective Sunday, November lo,
1901,
Leave             Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
9.40 am Nelson   6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Tin- ��� :.'. ay ri nnlng  tine igh
sleepers . :, I I   irlst cars.    Bi -t 1 quip-
ment,
Train  fi 1  Sea'' le \nr.' ��� at  8.30 a.in
Eastei n Ex] ress at 15.10
For  1 ati 3,   resei vation_   and ol her
particulars apply to
ED. QOULET,
c. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
E.  J.  COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
���FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Annua
Xmas
Drawing
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach  Corny
Limited
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Gold
A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; ihfc
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT���All holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
iHK     REICHENBACH
tt.OOO (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,50.
II. Power I EMPRESS OP IRELAND I     TONS
Travel In the Bame way as your let-
tera. II is the quickest, Bafesl nnd
mosl economical, Prom St. John, Dec.
'sl and Dec. 15th, For particulars
apply io
ED. GOULET,
~r   H C.  P.   R. AGENT.
Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   SKftK^SSS jRSDAY
N0V. 13. 19��6-
the: daily News
Mouses For Sale
Look
Lreyhouse.eightrooms,
[ir'bath, etc., four lots,
Eential section, only
[2700. Enquire at once.
Best Buy in City
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1100 cash. '
Elghl ��� wme 1
Ko ��� *���
Sapperton, just
D".'r,,��� .... and Brunette, only
,o,. Terms to   e arranged.
. g    , streel an.l Fourth
ar ' seven lots, orchnr.I,
*i,i00, half cash.
house, all modern im-
pr ivements, fine location, corner of
I- mrth street and Carnarvon, $5,000,
one-half cash.
A Bargain
Seven-roomed cottage,
full sized lot. near Fifth
Avenue and Fourth Street,
price $1,200, $400 cash,
balance on time.
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stable,  chicken
:��� i lots, all modern
.treet, between
avenues,   $2,2.0,
a ip
...  11j   lots,   ne i-
a i   Seventh   st eet,
arranged,
:  Sixth avenueB,
treet, eight rooms, Bli
,,-: i ( hicken house, full
evs, ll.oiii) cash.
fINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
In best residential portion of Xew Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
Ho .- ��� on it..., ,. ,u i Eighth stn ,-���.
two store;.:-, seven rooms, fui] sized
lot, $2,000.
an i full sized : it, 6 r oms,
on Prlncesa - reet, near Sixth avenue,
good -��� irden, fruit trees, on:    $950.
Eighl : ��� un ' I house , .1] mode n
c mvenle , es, m C irnarvon stre it ind
S *   ;   -' ������ it, two sl '������������ -, $3,750.
;i md fui    sized loi   in  Sixih
md P   icess str set, two sl ir-
"   . only $1,400.
A Snap
2-storied house, 7 rooms,
bath, sewer connections,
all modern improvements,
splendid locality, $2800.
Tei'i-is arranged.
Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sixih
Street, one block from post office,
rents al $30 per month, or for sale at
$-1,500.
Seven roomed house, Seventh street.
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized l it, $1,400,
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$2,500.
ind lol    ;.   '��� 'a -       ��� ���    (W0
even    i u, ���. ., real .-���. ip ai
One
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lot
Oil
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and
Qui
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live
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$1,900.
One
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lot
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Eight!
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Qu
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$900.
Ho ise
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Twelfl
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nnd    Fourth
avenue,
$800.
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.ton
J s.
Ho ise m I-* mrth iet, neai Sixth
avenue, six . i ims, all m i iar:] im-
provem ml -, -1.400.
House, eight rooms.
street, corner Fourth,
terms.
mi st   George
$2,500;    easy
Farms For Sale -
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acres, Langle;   2. under cultlva
she Is,   ete.  nil   in
repah nap  al   $3,000,  half
��� ��� a:...   Ranch, Nicomekl, ��;T acres
$3,000; terms, half cash.
���     ���   "���  ne ir above, $7  per acre;
see   . - f >r fuller particulars.
...   id fai :n lan I in Delta,
I       ���: aii river, near Scott
,$12 pi        "i real good buy.
ID. 10 ai re ': icks in Surrey, thr ���
, from th.' river, $10 per acre.
168 a res, Coquitlam, 1" ic e ���
ed   u ��� .:��� Bl 1. k's ram b, $2,000.
clear-'
109
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Burnabj   Lake, $100 per i
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Ition. $20
function, $400.
'ks,   fruit   lands
.e   .ur".
SO  acres of land  near Sutherland's
| mill,  in Surre.i .   - i i i  :. mse, 6  ai r ���
11 ��� ���������    lear ��� I;  onlj  $1,000, e isy terms.
i acres  n Surra.
Khan!.- ranch, $7
[mil    1.:-.
near   Brown  &
I er  iur.'.   go ) I
IS   for   1 l."
e from Abbotal  r 1
1    e 1   goo I   sail.  22n   tr ���
a ���  J".400. half casli, balance
a..'::' - al  I e 18 in ���
An il    to D  Fraser, Abbo a
son for selling, tbe owm i wife is in
' id health, in i h i_ to go to i c ild
climate. Ap I. to D. Fraser, at Ab-
' otsford.
160   icres.se   ion 23, 1 iwnshlp   i'i.
'-"_  i:SS. is I     :   Vbbotsford;   50 acres
hot!    i, $1 200, b ilf , ish,
160 acres, township 11, section I",
two miles from Fori Langley; 5 acres
.1 ish ��� I, $1,000.   ine-thlrd cash.
VERY SPECIAL.
160   ���   ��� ��� ���   v. estminsl ir  listrlct,  4)
i    ���-  un ler     iltlvati in,   l'l acres or-
< bard,  ; i   acres strawberries  pi inted
this year; alder bottom land, running
; ii mse 18 x 22; fr line barn 30
: I   posi  tram;' 1: i ise  an I  cow
logge,: $2,000 ;��� ifused for standing
timber; carriage house i'i x 24; hen
house mad.' of hewed timber laid in
I mortar. 12 x 30; a chance of a life-
rime. $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at 0
per cent.
Lot 6, Block 8, City of New West
minster, B.C . 20 acres more or less,
660  feet   frontage   on   Fraser  river;
UNO REGISTRY ACT.
' aki .. ii e tii it applies!Ion has
been mad I i register -lohn Kennedy
;:������ ' . ier .. fee simple, und
lax sali leed fi un Sidnej A. Fl tcher
to J :. Kenne Ij. bearing dai i the
31sl la; . :' December, A.D 1901, of
ail an i singular thai certain parcel or
Hart ol land and premises situate,
lying an i being in the Distrlcl of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as l/>ts 1. 2, '!,
4 and .**,, Block 45, part of Lot 26,
Group I. Lots 28 and 29, Block :,. subdivision of 1-ot 202. Group I. and
northerly four-fifths of Lot 2, Block fi.
subdivision of Section 13, Township
1, I.anno 'J. th. West of the 6th Mori-
i (llan.
You  and  each   of you   nre   required
to contest   the claim  of the  tax  purchaser within forty-five daya from -lie
j date  of   the   Ural   publication of  this
notice, and in default of u caveal or
certificate of lis pendens being filed
[within   such   period,   or   in   default  of
redemption before registration, I shall
register    John    Kenne,ly   a-   owner
thereof in fee,   And I direct that publication  of this  notice  for one  month
in    a dally   newspaper   published iu
N'ew Westminster Bhall  be good nnd
Bufficienl s.:\ice.
Dated at the Land Reglstr; Office,
New Wost minster. Province of British
Columbia, this 13th day of October,
A.I). 1906
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To   Mrs.   Elizabeth   Kathleen   Black,
William Knighl and .led C. Blake.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and nil persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue ri
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interesl in the
said land liy descent. whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." shall he forever estopped and debarred from set-
tins up any claim to or in respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided hy thi  "Land Registry AC"
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i 50 acres i i.i ; ��� r ��� ���   ��� I  ! ind, buildings
,;.! she Is compli   a near Cloverdale;
a :   un aa' cultivation, $15,000.    If you
��� .ii   han Ile   I bl      I n I    lelay;   It's   i
arg ��� ��� , terms c in   ������ arranged.
1 15  acre -.   m ������ from  Hunting
don, !..''.. T'i a. res .:. grass, 15 ai  e
drained and  fenced;   bouse and  barn
.-��� $2,500; goo 1 road along one side
price $50 per acre  half cash, balance inds twice a day; about 100 acres
to -,:i'  purchaser il 6 percent     Rea    timber, fir    ind   cedar;   never   been
-. thre ��� 'a all. stable 1 tows and
in h irse i;   near Mission S'ation.
���   - , burches near a: han I; s'eafn-
ruiis right through lo Brunette river;
SOO feet frontage on that. Priee $10.-
000. Terms. $2,1)00 cash, $1,000 in 6
months. $2,000 in one year, $2,000 in
two years, balance in five years ai 7
per cent
160 acres. NF. *( section Ifl, township le. Langley; small house, 30
acres    cleared,    timber    valued    $7a0.
Price   $1,500.   one-third   cash,   balance
it 7 per cent.
160 acr"s. all fenced, ready for cultivation, good water, half mile from
school, all ready for cultivation, at
Chilliwack, $75 per acre.
IcQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
ifter-
���inner
INTS
25 cents
= A BOX=
yall's
101*1. <,   STORE
(to for Debentures
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re South Part of Lot ::, Block 3, New
Westmins:er Suburbs.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will Sr Issued to
tin- Brunette Sawmill Company, Lim-
ited Liability, on the Loth daj of November, L906, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be m . Ie to
ine in writing liy a person et pers ms
claiming an estate or Interesl therein,
or in an;   pari thereof.
c. S. KEITH,
Dlstrli: Registrar of Tra--.
Registry   office.  New  Wesl
B.C., <><". I". 1006.
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Late Suppers Arfer the Theatre a
Specialty.       Oysters    and    Game
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IOR   SALE
Voting breeding sl u k of ; rize winning anlm lis.   Come and ������  c or
oi'   tele;.hone.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Telephone .1  IT5.
PURE GOODS ARE
Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes. Wafers, Medallion*. Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
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DUNCAN,
City Clerk,
itmtnster, B.C.,
N. Di
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raper
C. Land
Surveyor
W Block.
SPROTT - SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. VV
Bookkeeping, Oregi
Shorthand,
glneering.
Ti
Vancouver.
gg mil Pitman
raphj  and En-
New Westminster. B.C. ' I
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.   } j
R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal |;
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Public Building, Edmonton,
Alta.." will he received at this office
until Wednesday, November 28, 1906,
inclusively, for the const met ion of a
Public Building at Edmonton, Alta.
Plans and specification can be seen
and forms of tender obtained ai this
Department, on application to Mr. H.
.1. .Manson. Clerk of Works, Edmonton, Alta., and Mr. .1. Greenfield, Supt..
of Public Works, Winnipeg, .Man.
Persons tendering are notified  that
i tenders will nol be considered unless
made   on   the   printed   form   supplied,
i and  signed   with   their actual  signatures.
Each tendei' must he accompanied
hy an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank, made payable lo the order oi
ihe Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten percent, (10 p.c.)
of the amounl of the tender, which
will be forfeited ii" ihe person tendering decline to enter inlo a contracl
when called upon to do so. or if lie
tail to complete the work contracted
for.    If the tender be not  accepted the
cheque will bo returned.
The Departmenl does not bind itself
i to accepl ilie lowest or any lender.
By order.
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 29, 1906.
Newspapers Inserting this advertisement withoul  authority  from the De-
parlmenl  will not be paid for il.
Purchase Notice
Notice is hereby given tha1 60 daya
alar dale I intend applying to the
Chief Commissioner nf I.n; is and
Works for permission I > purchase th ���
following describe I land, situ ited al
the mouth Of the Kll lala river. Coast
district: Commencing at a post marked \V. M.'s X. l'l Corner plante 1 on
the south bank of the Kildala river
a' lhe mouth, running as follows: 40
chains south, -in chains west. 40
fhains north lo the shore line. Ihence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or  less
Aug. 'SS, 1906.
Local or. W   MOODY.
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Oct. 24.   190C.
BLINDED   BATS.
rh.v   Proved   ThrmwItN   lndr_f.ru.-
(���"( ��' ihr seaaa of sia-ht.
Bats are remarkably Independent of
Uie serine of light A naturalist describes some experiments demonstrating this fact. Covering the eyes of a
bat with wax, be released the creature
In a room, It first of nil made ite way
to the door, but Instead of striking
th i.i hovered a fen inch**, off. slowly
making It., way along the top edge anil
down the side, apparently guided by
the incoming draft of air. Next a
thorough exploration of the room wus
made, and throughout tho examination
lt never once struck either chairs or
table aud swerved aside when a stick
was placed In Ite path. As a result
of this experiment naturalists believe
that bats have an acute perception of
atmospheric currents and vibrations
resident In the nerves of the wing
membranes.
This matter was thoroughly Investigated so long ago us IT!!.'., when, by the
cruel experiment of blinding the animals, It was shown thnt they could
Gross a room across which silken
threads were stretched in such a way
us to leave Just sufficient space for
them to puss between with outstretch
ed wings Tbey not only succeeded in
passing the threads without touching
theni. hut they avoided with equal ease
the walls and ceiling. Even when the
threads were placed still nearer logetb
ur they managed, by com met ing the
wings, to pass without contact Branches of trees were similarly avoided, and
when I ired thev suspended themselves
on the walls of the room ns easily ns if
they enjoyed the use of sight.
From this ii wns inferred that these
creatures possess a marvelously deli
cate sense of (ouch in the wing mem
branes, But it is also regarded as
probable that this is increased by the
expansion of the skin of the external
ear and by the development of folds
of skin on the nose and muzzle. In
some buts, Indeed, a perfect rosett;>
of such skin is developed in the latter
region, a.s i'i the "leaf nosed" bats,
and it is supposed that the additional
lolio of the ear. known as the "tragus,"
performs a similar function.���Chicago
News.
VITALITY THE   MAIN   THING.
He   Who  Ha.   K   I'nlln   Throat.!.,   bat
thr   Other   Fellow   .Ilea.
Two men undergo operations of the
same character in a hospital. The same
surgeon does the work. The conditions
are Identical, Equal care is exercised
in each operation, mid each is successfully performed. Yet one man recovers; the other dies. Or there Is a tremendous business pressure wblch does
not let up for months. It puts the men
under a terrible strain. One man goes
to pieces, and bis business is wrecked.
He Cannot keep the pace; lie loses control of himself, llis rival bus no better brains than be, perhaps not. su
good, yet lie pulls through successfully.
We say that there is a difference In
vitality; that one mini has more of It
than tbe other.
I once saw a man in a hospital wbo
was suffering from live fatal diseases,
and  yet   be  would  not  die.    He  bad
kept on living year after year in spite
of everything.   He refused to succumb
We Hud the same thing Illustrated every day.  In a shipwreck there are men
who seem to give up their lives with
out a struggle, without any power to resist; others cling to an open raft for
days without food, almost frozen, eou-
Btnntly whipped by the waves, but for
some reason or other they survive. Tbe
vitality lu them is strong.
Notice how rapidly and surely oue
man recovers himself after a nervous
breakdown while another drags along
through years of seiiii-invnlldisni. Notice the results upon two men of a long
cold drench of rain. One of theni
comes down with pneumonia; Hi i other
suffers no ill effects. How Is it to be
explained?
He has a reserve somewhere au Inner power of resistance, an aggressive
something that will not be downed.
We call it vitality. A mnn can't have a
more valuable asset than that, II
means joy instead of dumps, success
Instead of failure, life perhaps instead
of death. Luther ll. Gullck, M, D��� tn
World's Work.
Tin-   Modern   Dlmirr.
A medical journal complains that the
modern   dinner   has   bi me   an   ex
tremely depressing affair and Unit, so
far from being a feast of reason and a
flow of soul, the conversation Is a mere
Interchange cf sympl >ms. details of
operations or the advantages nf this or
that cure. Such topics evidently are
nol. provocative of remarks that, set
tbe table in a roar, nm- do they tend
to promote the good digestion which
should wait on appetite, Indeed, there
Is little appetite for digestion to wait
Upon, The daintiest, of menus is disregarded when the diners are under a
regime, and courses pass untouched,
while powders are openly stirred into
wineglasses.
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
I <>llo.Ylm.   Hirer.Ion*.
Jones had been quite ill. One day
tbe doctor called and found him in
n bathtub.
"Why, man, are you crazy? Yon
must be anxious to die."
"No, 1 nin't." protested poor Jouos,
"but didn't you sny that your last
medicine was to be taken In water?"-
London Answers.
Hy  Special  Permit.
"Here! What does this mean?'
shouted Wbooply as he found his
youngest riding a broomstick over tbe
top of the piano.
"This is all right. Mamma said It
I'd stay In I could play on the piano."
One lie reaches Its hand to anothei,
���Prom the German.
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CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,    New Toilet Sets.       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN       COMFORTABLE      CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
H. BELYEA & CO
Telephone    ISO.
CALL ON
WAYS OF THE ARA&
T. A. Muir & Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS i
Prescription* a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.  -   - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
LADIES!
NEW LOT OF
Wood to Burn
Just Opened
-AT-
MO RJEY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Cheap Dwellings
tin Saturday we advertised 8 Bargains in Dwelling Houses. Since then
we have disposed of ���', of them; we still
have ,r) left which we will sell on easy
terms.
5-roomed dwelling in Sapperton (lot
in   fruit i     $650
5-roomed dwelling on Eleventh street
(lol  in   fruit)    $900
G-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner  lot)    $950
7-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner lot)    $1,200
5-rooroed dwelling, Agnes st���$1,050,
If you have one for sale, list it with
us. No commission charged unless we
make the sale.
White isf SKiles
H-hni   giek.   M.n   <��������<   Medicine   and
Women   Gel   Prayer*.
"There is one peculiar distinction between Arab men and women in Algeria." writes a traveler, "and it may
be considered as some proof of the degraded position uf the latter. When ar,
Arab is ill he goes to his doctor, and
Arab doctors, whether deservedly or
not, have a high reputation. Hut when
an Arab woman is ill she may not consult a medico. She must go to the
marabout, who Is half saint and half
magician. He does not retail medicines, but be utters a number of prayers.
and then be writes one or more of them
on a bit of paper, giving it to the patient with injunctions to chew it und
swallow it. lie also supplies a little
holy water out of a bottle and the
woman goes away fully believing that
she will recover.
"It has been said that the Arabs do
uot respect their dead because they have
no inclosed cemeteries and because
they select for the graves of their nearest and dearest solitary spots remove,!
from their places of encampment. Hut
this practice may be explained by other
causes than absence of respect or affection for their dead. The task of
preparing the body for the grave is always performed by tlie members of
the family themselves and, in ace irJ-
auce with the Koran, it is most carefully washed in pure water bef ire
being consigned to the ground. Then
the fiottery of the household is broken
over the spot. In the desert or on the
steppe the leaving of the body in an
Isolated place seems to typfy naturally
its presence before the infinite and the
eternal.
"In joy as in grief the Arab generally conceals bis feelings behind a
proud reserve, but on tbe occasions ot
the periodical fantasias he throws asid"
the musk and reveals the true man.
The dancing, gesticulating and shouting pr, on for hours until the delirium
ends with the exhaustion of the participants, A fantasia In the desert leaves
a curious impression of semiunreality
on the mind, but it is the one occaslou
on which the stern, sad looking Arab,
casting aside his hauteur, comes forth
us the true son of nature."
SOCIAL AND PERSONAl
Matt., .nt.nd.d for thi? column nhoulU bt ad-
d..-��rcl, Social Kditor. Daily M *s. P. <J.
Box tti, New Westminster. '	
Mrs. Burton-McKenzie will be the
guest of Mrs. C. E Holt until Mond.y.
Mr. A. E. .lenns, of Vancouvtr. was
ln town yesterday.
Mis. Edgar Duthie and c-hi_d have
returned from an extended visit to
RossJand.
Mr. .1. Stilwell Clute will make his
home again in New Westminster. It
is gratifying to see how people will
come hack, ami the Royal City's eons
are faithful.
A most enjoyable concert was given
at the hospital for the insane on Tuesday evening. Several selections we.-e
played by D'Arcy's orchestra in their
usual pleasing manner, and excelleit
solos were rendered hy Miss McMillan, Miss Lewis, Miss Weeks and Mr,
Sutherland. Mr.Greenhaugh and Mr.
Kendrick were heard to great advantage on the 'cello and cornet respectively, and Mr, Henderson danced the
sailor's hornpipe most gracefully.
Among the guests invited were no-
tfced Mr. and Mrs. Leamy, Miss
Leamy, Miss Alma Leamy, Miss McGowan, Miss Freese, Miss L. Ann-
strong, Miss Vass. Mr. Tuck. Ml.
'Charles Leamy, Mr. Albert I.t an:., and
Mr.  Hubert Leamy.
Mr.  Seltzer,   who   wus  so   well   .md
favorably   known   here  during   bridge
'construction,   was   married   yesterday
in  Louisiana.
./. L. Klein arrived in the city yesterday on business, and registered at
the Colonial hotel
Herbert   Schofield.   Bert   White  iml
E.   Falch   left   again  yesterday   afternoon for  Mount   Lehman,  where they
���go in  quest of big game.    The three
; sportsmen arrived  back from   a hunting   expedition   on   Monday,   and   the
success with which they met on their
I first, trip induced them to return  for
more game.   They will be away abojt
a  week.
C. M. Averil, of this city, was a passenger to l_adner on business yester-
i day.
J. McMillan, who has heen in the
' west on business, left yesterday after-
, noon for his headcpiarters in Winni-
I peg-
A.  Xolan. a real estate agent from
Broadview, Man., was in the city yesterday, and visited the local cold stor-
I age  building and  other points of interest.    He  was   much  interested   in
: the  fishing  industry,  and may   make
\ arrangements     for     handling     large
i quantities of Fraser river salmon  for
1 consumption   in    the    Broadview   district.    They have  the white fish  and
jack fish from the lakes, bul  the salmon, according  to   Mr.   Nolan's   opinion, takes the cake for flavor.
Capt. George Reid. of No. _ fire hall,
left, yesterday for Bellingham. accom-
jpanled by Mrs. Reid und family. They
will spend about ten days in that city
visiting friends.
M*******t***********t
PotmL
Economy. -fopuiar
W
Sargent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
bousekttper'stime
and strength.
With it many
attractive anil
appetizing
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
if it were not for the Gem.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread,
crackers, etc. it does not mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine, coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitcben complete
without it
ANDERSON [|
&& LUSBYJ
Split on Land Tenure Bill.
London. Nov. 14 ���During the disc 18-
sion of the land tenure bill In tho
house of commons to-day. the government accepted an opposition amendment which created much discontent
among a large section of the government's supporters, who openly expressed their disappointment. The
amendment was carried by 231 to K.7.
The majority, in spite of the support
of the opposition, was thus reduced to
74. The laborltes supported the malcontent  ministerial!..
FOR EVENING WEarI
BEAUTIFUL DRESS GOODS an  constantly-
demand at this season of the yeai for tLb
gowns of every description.    You maj not nS
new dress at present, but in our showing of KpJ
Evening Wear Material you may find just the good! I
which you know will  be most suitable for u
events.
See what we are showing this week : New and popular shades
Silk Eolines, Voiles, Crepolines, Japanese Silk Creponi, Faun
White Mohairs, Albatross, Nun's Veilings, Organdies, Color J
Baptistes, India Linons, Cotton Voiles, Dimities. Persian Law. I
and Silks of every description.
Among the new Trimmings    Pleated Chiffons in all widths, SilkI
Ruchings, Draw Ribbons, Silk Appliques, Fine Laces and
Over Laces in suitable designs.
Large Showing of New Neckwear this week.
New Silk and Kid Gloves in popular lengths.
W. S. COLLISTER & C(
Reign of Terror.
Pittsburg. Nov. 14.���The leign of
lawlessness in this vicinity continues,
and hundreds of policemen and detectives apparently are still unable to
Stop the depredations which arc ri ���
ported almost hourly. Hardware iml
gun stores all over the city report i
heavy sale of revolvers. A majority
of the men who aie compelled to l.e
ou fhe streets late are armed, while
many persons are remaining indoors
unless their business is urgent.
Weil-Known Man Dies.
C .M. Beecher, vice president and
assistant general manager of the B.C.
Mills, Timber & Trading Co., died
yesterday in Vancouver, after an illness of some duration. Mr. Beecher
was, for a number of years, a resident
of New Westminster, and was a well-
known and prominent man in business
circles.
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Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, lirst served. We
need the cash and you want the goods. This is a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. FALES,
TIC and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Stn.
i     A HOPELESS SITUATION.
An_.vTe.ed.
There is a story of au Inquisitive old
gentleman wbo asked a cabman \rbetl_
er he thought that his horse preferre.
Btandlng still or drawing the cub.
"Well, sir,*' replied cabby, "1  think
ou the 'ole, he'd  rather pull the cu'.
You see, he reads the names over I .
shjp   winders,   and    they   makes   ! ���:.
laugh."   Strand Magazine.
Tide Table   Fraser River
Business  Directory
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Low
Wai or.
Nov.
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8.45
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Nov.
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15.30
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Xov.
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Nov.
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Nov
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SAND HEADS.
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Nov.
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Real   Estate
��  |��  F. J. Hart & Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Rental  Agency
F. J. Hart ti Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Fire Insurance
F. J. Hart ti Co., Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Mortgage Loans
F. J. Hart y Co., Ltd.,
701 Columbia St,
Life I
nsurance
F. J. Hart y Co., Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
New   Westminster,   B. C.
Bl Vancouver,
ranches - cuwack,
Oat,   .Umax   Thnt   Wan  Not a  Part  of
She   Play.
Frank Gillmore, the actor, tells tbe
following story about hiN aunt, Miss
Sarah Thome, who was leading woman
at the Theatre Royal, Dublin, man}
years ago.
"Miss Thome was given a purl In
The Masked Prince,' the second piece
uf the evening." said Mr. Gillmore.
"Glancing through her part hastily at
breakfast, she noticed that there was
one scene in which she had so little to
.ay thnt it could be learned just before going on. She decided to skip that
scene and get to the longer passage-.
"When night came, and my aunt
made her appearance, she did very
well In the lirst scene. Iu the second
.eene occurred the passages she had
Skipped In the morning. She rushed to
the corner in whicli she left her bo ik,
but it was not there. Finally, the
stage manager,  receiving no response
to his repeated calls, sought her on!
and pushed her on the Btage. Then-
she was, before a large audience, without the slightest iili-a of what she was
supposed tn iln nr say.    The scene was
a courtroom. At a high desk sat the
presiding judge, letter perfect In his
part, because lie had it ready lo read
fr un the papers in fronl of him. A
trial was taking place, and Miss
Thome, t.i her horror, discovered that
she was i,i, the principal vvltue -
mi whose answers hung the entire plot
of the play. The judge adjusted I Is
spectacle*., looked nl bis pnrt. and i ild
in solemn tones, 'The witness will u w
state what she saw the prisoner (| , on
thl    particular night.'
"Wli.it    was    sin-    lo    answer'.'      sl IP
glanced around helplessly. She lindn'1
the faintest idea what she had seen
thc prisoner do on thai particular night.
The critical moment had arrived; some
one must speak, but she couldn't. I.e-
eye alighted on one of the chnracb ������
In the play who looked particularly
reliable lie looked like a-person whn
could gel one oul of any sort of difficulty. So. pointing at him, she ,
claimed in impressive tones, 'Ask that
man!'
'���The entire east seemed disconcerted
by this  remark.    They did  not  kn	
precisely what ought to be said, li :l
Instinct iuld them something w.
wrong. The judge, thinking he mlghl
have made some mistake, turned over
a couple of pages of manuscript and,
having convinced himself on this point.
again addressed (he witness. My OUut
glanced at the uncomfortable gentleman and, no other Idea coming to ber,
ngaln exclaimed, 'Ask that mnn!' This
concentration of public attention wa.
too much for him, and he sneaked of,"
the stage with a feeble 'Excuse inc.'
Of course the situation WTIS il.'bope',- ..
one. nud Ihe curtain had to be rung
down."- Success.
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