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 7(11! ME 1. NfTMBEB
���*    ��� '���   ������     ���   H ESDAY MORMMi.  DECEMBER 25, 1906
-_-���
���  i INTS PER WEEK
tejp All Worries;
\MOUNCE DATE
FOR ELECTIONS
iruary 2nd Is Officially Set As Day On Which the
Voters Will Speak���Hawthornthwaite Out
After Scalps.
TO-DAY
Merry
BlSCOVtl OLD BONES
w i\mn\ _.��iw
HILLS NEW ROAD
IS THE BEST EVER
se.riai:$ srruTin.
CONFRONT. VHNKi
Ictcra.   De:.   24.���It   was   officially
buncec here  to-day  that  tht  elec
will be held en Feb. 2.
ti ia        . Dec. _���).���Th'' resign
��� ������ :���'  Green Is regardi i
.  ��� , ���    the misinstry.    II
���i   resignations   will
:..- ��� r vatlves are gre il
press* ; ���  government's de
Joseph Martin will
Ion ���:. lenl Labor ticket
Vancouver   for   the
.:, !���   endent can-
Btrlcts,
atl ������ . te   M.I.A.. left
[Vici laj      He   asnounci -
��� be . ' another meeting ln
al' at  .   week at which
di <��� be i is.   "And I'll
'*������ a.iii-!.   the wa.
-���  i ���        ping       We   t-xi^ct   to
|tur. sei ._!, :,. . u Ing thub-gs
a,.-!���,   comes   nro
���  .     . .
Green said       ,..   ���
��� ��� asons   ...
���
a   mi nibei     :     i     ���   -���
th in the Proi
in       iU
leave
bis   fi len Is,   :��� ���
istil
ad he was        fi
'   i | Inlon of his i - - ...
erers     Hi
the posii - ...
enemies
The busim ss must    e n      ;  ��� --   -
which   maki 	
Green to I   ;e a si     ���������:.    \ fti
out thi
and slanden        ol    ._
Ht- musi in :��� ��� .   ���       ..'��� when
be  gives thei      icl   an absolute \
Brmatlon  of tin        tatemei
_ ould leave th. Govi ran
- i    ci    ; '    ���""' ''- '-   '   ���-���    .     '<���: ���
- :  -1  ;    .'  :: - tii   Sin   Fount
I
' 'n     Jihippinc;  Cos    -���   ?! andon   Deal
ers Discover Thpf Their Steel--.
<��� -r   inpdeouate
That is the R*.tinfc n!  thr   Por tht nd-Sea ttle   Line Now
Undfr Cons.n.crior--.Lcw G-ades and
Easy Curves.
|W. HEU&10N HINDIT. RHITI HT. HB
BE.1E4SB IN FRAME IN Kill HIT TKU h
T1-.'  ;>   iuarter   of   the   Pcpula    Comrades  Cut off   His  Shoe   in  Order
ticn  Prcfess.   According   to To   Set    H m   _t
Ma-. Archambautt. L berty.
24.���' Prance can no
Cat hi  Ic nation, foi
:     ���  15,001   there
: H    persoi
���    :     h    said
'    31   il- .       nf Jol-
��� oe I on Sut       iy 1    ���
ised several  wi
Lames   i
���   -��� .-
:.-.��� ���       nd II
���
tbe Ita
I not i   en n
��
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���    .       ....
���
_ Presents! t
.
-
:   ���
vi ���
-������ er ;.i
\ ���.   ed
. v       ,       ..
���   ���   -.    '
. in.-    ��� i with a two
tout fool   om  ��� '     ���  lunn h ti a   a
Millsii|i rouble ye. tei
'   ���    '        ...        '   .       I'VOIld    Sa
He      V ' a    I   11 ',,'
'. ack and   �� ai pi ila!  i _
��� mili"      lon nnn ���
. hi :.          a .            ,  I , i,,,  of bis
ind i '   Ind iiini found
a! i frog bei ��'""
I.WO Hi i '     II      Rl    a
���. "   ..,',���   ..���      the   fool   ���.. ���
a. I        'll    ���   ippl    I    I '.I
'I     ''    ,' a      hi '   II   '.    |
.   . ��� ' ��� ���    '      I   blni II
and 'i
-   .   . .      (ferei    dialects ami
. |      . mil     'i   down
On. ��� .  Ine I In  lien, i
���    . nm inn.'
1    a,,    i    l .ll I' ' ���
!. i.l        l     11
did     ii"'
ni' ��� nl
Big Re    .'
���   . ; -t
...    ..,-      i
conet
. .a -   .
-   .       .- net
���i      ....     Be*
liters voo       ��� i ���.
-a      - seen a ]  li
- ���  - o stow | .< ac
,-.i
:   .   i   r.        ��ei   greal
'..������.
......... s.    . I
;i       ii; ;.'..'
���   ������ ��� . ....: ������   beside aJJ
gi       .i       ' i .,   -n-.il>.
"���'. . sman had jnM fin
���   ���    his work, bi     he rai �� ot ihe da\
'   ���                   "ii   ������.-..'. havi \. niph
 ynlj re-
i   ..   .   r   a   ft *
....    I
I'll '    ���     I.-Si   vt  ���    ���������   seal
en      aro ���-       witl     he        i   ;-
ellowed
.  ,   -...   i   .. ,     , .���.    (had
.   . . .   i ,       .    i..   .
" bo ivia,i(> bli hi
I r A1 Iw I fi    ..->���-- -.. i-i i  |.    ..
vvelM   In ihai
.... i     i '.. .  .
. .      ii,) i he\   nl .nni led  m pi
I he   rem n?ej   I i ought
 '���''���    full   . I   'ii'
i.    o prove to i oul ���
' .��� i ii i  v.. ..    elllng thi
��� ' .   i -. ji i
i ��� i  eai    vertehi ac
Hvd or alx Inches, aero     ; ha   al some
dun   vi ������ ���   in Ide the hide ol some �� a
��� .      ,.    a.n ih rhi ir    in. re are fi ag
linn   .lai;  a   .   wen
1,(11 a,     In       .a.     ll ii,     ni llliniol ll    VI ll"
l-.H,      ||||    aia    III   I'llllli'lll    pIlORl     Itlill      '"   "
i;    petrified nj    . i a   11' i. .-iii
,1   I . ,.     (ll  ,,,'.. I,', ,1   1,,,,,   llllll
havi      wn   lal!     spi il s
�� ',, ,i    i hi ii' iiiiii- i hi        nil,I.l.   1       III"
, , ,,   ; ��� ,n i   |eai,. i   (j|    \n.ia hi
mil 11,      a . un ii   dm i In tin di i" h_
,a    'In     llvei      llllll    lul-'       Ill      ll    Ol
.   n| |     ...      |,||||| . .   I..  Heli n-  iiii ii   |i 'i
.III'
1      11 1 ' ' ' '
nil there I        fill! Iiu 111  nl
, .        ��� 'a.i     |'| a     -   .1    ' ,1
| 1 . |,    |||  ||| ���
|  ||     It'll    l'l
     ���       I llllll       I    '
,. mil | lip ||     nvi'l    '
,|        lii.i,     i" i   i   n|
I _||0     ,.|i|i||l      fill     I'll'lll'l
..... a.          "il              a
hi -.    .    bi  .ue   i "i   oi    "������������" 'dlnj
,   th.   loci    deal'   ��� ii    hi ���   .  ii i   ������ i
is  likely  to  bt   ��� ��� a| ainsi  s-  Be 'foui
coal ram in. befort  th.  presei   seas n
Is over,
.���,. of r���������"    ������ ���������-.���     sou '��������� ������
Si-'., aa..   [vei    ' ���    ' '���������'-���      '"'"   and
h it draw i   -   alj h   lini   ae osi
i,,i.i     o    eastern    Washlngfoi      'ron
��� ���-..'     ������ riol ani   coun      ti   thi   eonfli
<.i....   i,     hi   Snaki   ������"���    C-olurrfbl
hi   tnotl ���   ��� ��� ' ������   necessa r    ti   trans
i   ���, I-.  destination a   I Idi   " atei
"   i  th*   ni pi ������-    generated by
��� 'Ity   In   oarryln,   thi    train   down
)"   bin omilii  be conserved nn<i utl-
the west,  i   mines   ia  strikes,   along that straight line will the new
the wesl hat beei   makinf   nroadt on
Man toba't   and   ps ������ cnlarly  on Wi-n-
��� ���'.������   .vial  Kitpfii\.     The  stock-   a>l
:.      "     an   hav(   ������. 'ead;   been con
������ a.  ....     .;. r .������    .     t*hes�� iti 'oads
.   . p t-t.     Chert   -v   lest   cos
������'���'���   ri        hi ������   "���  -'"a   -i'    --""I   h   would  be sufficient   to haul
proximate!      hi   'oufi o   ths   portloi    tht  empi    can   o   thi   train back to
i!n    I'oini   from  wliicli  it   . fnrte<l
Thesi   are  bui   tw<   o     the    many
significant   featUfft   In   thi   plan;   for
hi   i""     magnificient   ������'���'    ratl-
-,,,. conetructlon to bi found In the
L'nited States probabl In the world,
plam which an army of moro than
..nni, laborers, scattered along thi
��� ,���",   selected for thi   -ond. are ;	
I.,    po ������ ;''"<    *    Sea   li     'ail oi  I
thi   ��� ���/ - ..:,,.    ,,.,,i ,,!,,..���.    in    i ,,..,
.aia.     -a.-   ',.,      f(        h��    Bl ',""'���  Inoiii     r..  ���
of  James  J.   Hill.      At   no   "";'-
railroad,   when  const 'ucted   bi   too ���
hai   five   mile,   i wa     ���- l"i-   fo   tho
t -...rt.   po ��� ',-.,   ,.   ,i,,  distance It will
i,,- lest   han two miles and a half.
Load   .   trWn  ol   freigh    can   .    I   sing forward to fransform into reality,
whei    ���      hi   highest  point alon*: the   into a railroad which will bc a. on^<
.a. ���.-  than al lh -   im<  las     "ar. ���with   Kne, Chene;   equip it with air brakes,   the ino^i expensive In tho r.otual ori-
,   fat   . ���eati     it mand   ihan   ai   that
lirno
1/v'al dealers have    a  'ead;        -'���
hea^y siiipteei ������ ������  E   mdoi   mi ������ h(
westers  points, and. in theii  opinion,
hi   sit-jatten  Ii  no*   assiiTnlng   "���"'���
������I      iOt 'a. ..     '��� l*b��_     V'   ',   |i ''���'    'I
��� ���   the rallroa ,������   ��� ���     1 ���   hea\ j  snow
a.  ���- and drifte hat    ������ veinted the    ���������
movemenl of fu*-'. oi late, and officia -
the operating departments of the
roa.is are  )iia_in-e "oif;  effortE    i    .  ������
ilir-ii   linos  and  rush  fit*-)  fO war fl
io,-o all other fn ��
Midniqhl   Mas..
Midnlghl mass ai Hi   Peter's chi ������
.  ,  . ;-,: drew a    i rge coin gri gation.
i:.,  church w-as hoaiitifullj deco
il.r  occasion   ani   in   one  co    ���
,i   thp building ih�� ���     was    _ - la bli
bi ��� no wiili  lVk       .  .i       nn isi
anger     Thp mtisic \i ac o!  a
.;    and   a    numl ���'      ��� '    -"��� -    . ���    ���
. n.r< ���.., in iiip niembei - ���    the chi
i,. i   l'siiioi  ii u,a le pi ��� ���
.. . ai -1-., nion from lhe tex! 'H n ���
rniiliilenee, 1 have conquered the
w ui i.i iir ret u " ��� d lhe i ��� ���- ���
ina,I,, hi iho chiitT.h si,,,,, ihe birt-h
,.��� in, i in i.i ,.,.,, iiu, bi li !'��� to lhe
mill .-iuu. o in hist���" '      He     ���   ���   ���
iu   |.,,i-r.ni   outlook   In   France   ani
inedii led  thai   thn   I Inn   . ould  ���
n lum the peoples ol 'h* ��"ii<l would
once mo"' cehtei  theli hopi -   in
nu-. mi., church
i in idi-' v ol a single train glhal cost of oonstrnctlon and tho
man and give II th. 'ight-of-waj una mosl economical in the actual oosi of
the  poWe    ������'   trravii'.   will supplj   all   operation to be found anywhere.
fflnsnus mms
ATTRACT ATTENTION
Lucky   People   Get   Unexpected   Gifts
Last   Evening���List  of   Prize
Winners.
Everj year a' the festiv* Chrtstms
������ '-'"'i    !��� ���������'���   ��� ������ - 'a -   and lotte 'les
������    he o ���'���    ���-' thi   "���'���   ���..'��� thli j ���-
.  ;.  i.  exception   ���    hi   rule
���-��� o    the  drawings  took  place  who had 200 chances came out withoul
��� g, and a number are to tai ���    ��� .,   hlng.
88
-17.0G2���  ..
"
' ���18,969���  . .
.0
'.'*.
41���
6,924���   ..
42���
' ��� 2,202���  . .
���!'
" ���24,074���  . .
.4���
5,683    ���
D
Burne
iti
45--
������  ���1 F> f. 4 f1���
" ��� 8,277��� . .
''���
47���
" ���13,584���  ..
Tn
the ma.ioi-'i
was
h
small
tick'     holde
t\
���ho    won
h
One  man  h
.a.
'
chnnrp. .
find  onlj   d"i w onf
*"
...    i
tfe in Wmnls, *-<i.
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rr.ni'   ',; i
..... :.��.      _nd
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���n ut'
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I   i - a ���     l
:��� , ���  Mr
.... !> i   ft
fa-   :      I
... .      ���
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-������ him us  , i   -
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' ��� i   ���
i   .   |n    vlib li   '!"    find
-   i" a i   Ijodai   '  	
���"" '    '   ' ' "'
... -i . i -,t  insanity
(X       'l       '   ;" ���    hi
hi     idii' ��� ���
M'HR Tll Mill Mill
MAKIV I.IIMI'IIIIII
i ifficulty   BstwssM  Mill   stid  Rsllwaj
i otnpan)   Amlcab!���   BtUl.d
p,i_ |i, i, ing r inlshed
11"   pii" ill i  lti|	
.1.." uiiii ihe \      ���.   .   .,.'.. vim
lib   11  i ��� I and        h i   In
,||   ,      ,,|      III,,     la   .1; I'll, , i |,|, J    '���
mi ���     i here nre nu pai I li nlni   I "" ul
ii 'i [1 ��� ��� li
'"���iiin_  " \a.   'imi" i   lulus
nui"  io'i'ii,i_      ii.,.  road bed     ';
��� all ""i'i-, fi - laj im  ��� ��� alb
luuii   Hi" etitj of   Foili itai ' '���
���������ol   n III  i""   '!���" ��� H ,   'llii'cl!-,   in loucll
 on   v- .   Yei       Some wen
,"   .   upon,   i ' "fi    with    , ������ -. > ��� ��� ��� ���
while i    ���      " ��� ' ���
i ,   . ,.      . ve    :'   -    ���"-���'���
I  ��� ��      ���  ���  ���
' k a l	
 d "i -
i hi   e> ��� ���"     o    Reichenhactl
pan; '���   was hidden  for
-   hi ' nighl i'.   n tool  ������
���  ������    of i :   ������
��� ���   hoped   wonli hi   " ;iininK
 >n   iho   Reichenbach   draw-
T   .1   Trapp conducted iho draw-
"-:��� and        tie t
hi   ci ow d   wh    lhi      >_
       well
shaki " II         led b   draw nnn';
> i non-- and hand them to M    1 ���
" ho  anni    iced    '"���   ���   	
i hi  ft llo�� lng ����� ��� e tho winning -
bers  and   I hi   nttmi i   ��� i  thi  ���
. inimi d ih<;- i ��� '-"'s last night
i    ��  - m.      i    gaurj
��� ' ��� "'���
nn i
������ ..      ���-',	
i   ..;���!,   <i>-
, , -'  iii-   fftithei    I '
i  ,,,/,. -i,,,,   o| Bpo
limed   'hat   the   iioy
.     ,        -��� fl of insanity from In-
.���p.  given by a  jury in
,afy   has     iioon     received
-,'idonl disl'iu'or than that
.���      ,  ,-:,ko.     An   insnnlty ver-
,.,,  ,,,���,.i   beyond  (ho hopes of
���,    ,.   lefence, and lbe result wa�� ,
.1 with surprise and greeted with
��� -ali. '.i"ii'i'i.
ii'
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���ry
23���
21���
"*"':in,
'    Mo'.imaln.
llh iin, ni',v i '.'ii nnd it is hope '
lhal Ihere trill ie some iirtnn.ei'inonl
made foi a frequent service through-
���it M'p dnv.
I'lioii' wnii a He up for _ while :n
iho Htunclte tto8glng, Hit- mill people
objecting to the manner In which the
plan, tailed fm the driving; of the
pile.. The work was stopped and the
railway company's representatives
talked the matter over anil arrived at
a bnsis of settlement which was satis-, 32
factory to both parties. The bridge | 33���
across the Brunette will have an 86 34���
foot spun in order ool to Interfere with ���':.*'.���
the work of driving logs down to the' 36���
:���"".-,��� mil] bolst . '���'"--
26���
27���
2S���
2U���
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31���
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11.nils'     	
��� 6.R11���	
17.S99���	
���14,542���	
���22,568���	
��� 9,592���	
��� 0,408���Mrs. Irewatha
��� 15,910���	
���15,589���	
���14,308���B. Yeomans
���24,212���	
��� 2,094���	
���10,818���	
���24,450���Mrs. Grimmer.
���12,194���	
��� 5,517���Capt. ,1. Embree.
���- 14.S57��� ,T. Mi Kenny
\   ������  an    ladle    wen   :-
In Mrs.        h's dn ������'i"i   oi   th   eh
���    ���     doll wnicli hns occupied
a  prominent  place  in  th"  window   it
��� ���   v\'h  ���   ;   ""���   for some time past
 li - ���   earlj  In the
even! inninn  tickel  was
v..   I,.. bad    nol    been
 i  last nlgihl
The drawing at tho  Colonial  h
imi   rllnmoiifi
���    $50   ti ok placi. a
' ���    bitt;    .here 1 ";"-  i ' un  t
,..-.,. 1  ,      ...   ,      .;.j;-a \'-'.;     HlUCh
��� ��� '      ("   ' oi i "   I Ian j  McMt
������ he win ' pre-
 1  wi'h i1'   bri       Thi   ' i'
room  wn.   crowded, bol   Harry n '
did not flinch, and ordered drinl
around.     't   I.   his   intention   to
monda resei  into a solid
- h ho will give to him-
'
......
	
... he holder
��� ��� .-        ,
��� " R. Cooper, i
|    t;   Bun
'!    ,,!
sundries
...... t     i .
weed
I   ���     r a Mini.',  which was
��� I last evening, was i
ponied until Ne*   Year's eve, on
aining a number ol
The   prizes   in
drawing will take place this evening
':: o'clock     'i    i prizes will con-
Bisl  o'  i.i;' i, . ���   ���     dhooolates, etc,
Joe  Qtioy   hai , drawing on
hand, whirh will take place this evening nt eight In'olock. Tho prifces
will consist of pipi s. cigars and smokers' sundries.
The members of the city fire brigade were made happy yesterda. by
the receipt of a l>ox of cigars from
each of the following firms: B. t' Cigar factory, George Adams and F. J,
Hurt and company. A box of oranges
and other seasonable fruit was also
ni eived from another gentleman.
Tho firemen gratefully acknowledge
receipt of the goods, and wiah the
senders a Merry Christmas and a Hap-
; y Xew Year. . ���
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ENTENTE COROHLE
ISOLATE. KAISER
IHE DAILY -TEWS
Franco-Eng  th  A    arce U *:  ----���
e.  That Willielm  Must
;^e Peace.
-e. _
- I.<rc .;    Re  .:���.-..,-.���.���- n
:...-���. that the entente
.....       . ��� .. ���      .--...     Great
a an    Franc,   had    sen wpple-
.:. lerstan Ung i.ich In-
I .a 1      and military co-oj erati m
an   . "  ol   aggress! m   ag   nsl
���   tion in outsi lei    would
��� . tless lead I    mutual defence, that
' inn 11    e  -aid  to be a condition :_.
thi   present relations ol the  twe oa.
No such igreement I - - passe I
.-   tbe   ���. :��� ' a tnnele ol comn 1 n
Ication  recognized   by  either  Gi rem-
ment     Tbe entente cordiaie has been
ished  rithotrt the use ol the
of dipl >m ���.      md care bas
en  to avoid an ,
-���   which  co    I   . <       illeng       {
'���   German . t thi      me tii J
So May This
Christmas
be a happy one to you, happy to
many more whose happiness depends on you!���So may each
year be happier than the last.
������-Dickens
':.       ��� ������-.-: ��� . -     _te*_.
��� .   - a:. :    ,
Ind the Ger-   J
1
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1
Jok
a    f tbe 1
ile.  .     Inti-
���   ��� ��� -   '-'   1     -.-.
. .- ���    ���    me between
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���  -  Englisb        -   -      tailed
'-* ��� :. ���
������:.:���    f the Frenc .
-:.--- a      ring the !    noeurres
Big Shoe JHLouse
XEW WESTMINSTER
H,
I COLUMBIA ST.
_~_
j Absolutely
15 THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   -   BY   -   THE
Easterbrook Milling Com'y
OF   EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say
Indian   B...   D-..-.'��3.
An In Han n    I '  :.'.:.    Lewi -
��� ���  -    Irowne I   ne ir  Xicoi
two 0   tl ree   . .     and t ae   ��� ��� I
1   ���    ��� ��� -. .     .:   .    - -,  ;.   .tei
������ ��� -.   ������       -      .        nun
-:. -   have    een       gentlj   si 1
.   g for it.    The la I   w ith an el ler I ro-
��� gi me aci .-.- to S im ta
oting      In   cri Being   the   river,   a
I ��� _ '    ... set   the canoe   an I
>tl   were thrown Into the water. The
-������' I to < Ilng to 'he canoe
snd rescued       L Is : ithei      tl the
��� ������      rothi r was ca- ri': I away   iy
rent and was drowned
Alex-Speck's Trainf t*Steamers
Second Hand Store
I IVI PE R I A L
when she wants to obtain the very
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get il
you order Imperial, made from the fines!  selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastry.
Bakers, we strongly recommend our
Ask for  Terminal,
St ror.:
and  see  that  vou
Bakers,
get it.
Lea
Lea
e X. W. 15.40; a.-.- X. W. 11 35.
C.P.R MISSION BRANCH
Seattle 15.50.
Tide Table   FraserRiver
For tbe week ending Dec.  JO, 1906.
NKW WESTMIXTSER,
I'      24th
Dec.  .*���:.
I -
De
I "-
High
Water.
..  1.50
13.10
.    3.20
13.50
I
14.:
15    ..
Low
Wate
6.5
21 4
7.3
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
���e \. vs. 8.3
���'���- Sea:-:~ 12
30; ar, N, w. i.j.
GILLETTE
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:
16  :
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H -���.
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*: -
RAZORS
DRUG STORE
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
TENDER..   _	
������- on Agni - Street,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^���v.-;..: :��������� ������ Rlthet���
I..S up to noon of Decen ber 22n
- -        Plan   ai ftcatioi   at 1 ,:. ��� of
10. C. H. Clow, Sixth and Clarkson St.
- ' I.V.'. ������ ���   01   an;   ti n ler no'
1'1'-1 sarily a ��� :epted,
C. H. CLOW,
Architect.
C.P.R   WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
Leave N. VV  8.30, 10  5, 15 10, 17.35,
Arrive N. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, IVI"'.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4... p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V.,  V,*.  &  T.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N. W. 9:35 am.;  ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. n_.; ar. N. W.
8:45 p rn. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and . a. m., and every half hour thereafter tiii 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
lame hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. We
Ft   :..   Chwk,   1 :.,  Th,
Fi   ..   .*���. S.S T :.. Th., Sat.  . a.m.
E     .. Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
fran3fer���
From N. W. daily, es. Sa
Saturday, 2 p ���::.
A Id. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
A-l i. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
���L
The Easterbrook Milling Co.
McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents.
122  Pront St.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motor.,
tans, 'phone ri.v ires, shades, lells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
and size--. House wiring. Motor ju-
stalling a specia i All kinds of n
pairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE  304.
SUITS
TO   ORDER
=$20 AND UP;
Frld. S a.m
Sat.,  7  a.m
Cut and Made on the Premises
Ii UP .0-ME TAILOR
Gilley Bros
We wish to call the attention of :'������   Brick
using) public to our new an I
varied stock'of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay C >., at
Claybura, B. ('.
247Front Street
New Westminster
aa_ Sun.
EMERSON'S	
Foot of_4th Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
New Westminster, B. C,
DRY DOCK
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. ani Sat. 4 a._n.
Mail Service
Close,   Re ������ red.
Se 1 ��� S .;.. ts 7.15 a.m.   6.10 p m.
Sap        a in 1 Mill-
sl le, N'o, I  7.45 .1 m. 11.33 a.m,
Vancouver,  N'o   1    7 !.**, a.m.   9.0 ��� a m
G N.R   Clo\    lali
Hi 0..    .Seattle.. 8.15 i.m    3 10 p.m.
Van. & c 1.   Park.l ��� 10 1 m.   2.00 p.m.
Victoria   10 30a tn.   9.00 a.m
b'asi Burnab;  1.13 p m.    1.15 p.m.
l.adn r, Steveston,
   1.30 p.m   11."it a.m.
C.I'M east, s tpper-
ton, Millside an.l
fn [ultlam     3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m,
Van. and  Bui 1 aby 3.30 p.m,   6.00 p.m
G.N.R. Flyer    4.00 p.m   11.00 p.m
Tlmi <"������'��� tn i   Taos
an l Fri la       ... 12.00 m.    12.00 m.
Ship repair
Building
fur-
ON LEY
''''������ ufacturer of
Miner:? Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade _  Specialty.
Tel. 113. office, Eighth street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C
All kinds of
work.
Ship and Scow
a specialty.        ^^^
Estimates   promptly
nished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
//estminster, B.C.
Spokane falls & Northern Ky. Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rosa
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect; at Ro* .'an .I vith tlie Can-
adian   Pacific  Railway  for   Boundar. ;
Creek points.
Connect-   at     Meyers     Falls     with
stage f'aily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between I
-���'"' ' j.-  an I  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November
Leave Daj  Train A .riv
9-20 am Spokane    7.15 p.m
_.2S P���*"*"   ....Rossland ....4.10 p.m
ri 10 a.m   ....  Nelson   6.45 pm
II  A. JACKSON.
Horse Clipping Machines
^W"E have a line of light and compai I
POWER CLIPPERS of special
!>ility, suitable for small and largi
Our 20th century is c.   ap and good.    Our
clippers work easier, cl p faster and I
thicker coat, leave a fi   -r finish, v..
than any other on the i  irket     We I...    ::'
STEWART  SHEEP   SHEARING   am
great labor saver.     Call and   see   theni
a
at
T. J.  TRAPP &  CO
Limited
BR YSON & SOW
MESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON having
now dissolved partnership, thi business will be
carried on as heretofore by BRYSON &
UP.TO-DATE   STOCKS
(V
10,
Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, TinivarA
- Graniteware and Ename   Goods
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia *t. is:'
OHO. 25.   1906.    "P*
DAILY NEWS
9
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fewlotsonQueen,sAve.,justonthebim of the/if j] w -
[ng mists, with uninterrupted view of the Fraser RiW
jaker and the Olympia Range, are now offered for sale '"ThV/*.
ituated just on Queen's Ave., off Third St., opposite the well-kno\??^
jences of F. J. Hart, W. E. Vanstone, etc., bounded by Tipperary on ti.
ast and Peele St. on the west. Sewer pipes already laid; every lot to lane
Lots 42.9 x 116, only $575; one-third cash, bai. arranged; while the cor-
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Real Estate Brokers, Etc.
ll
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adian Pacific Railway Co.
jlrt -���  Columbia Coast Lin*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
hange without notice).
.\n.,    ... - Vancouver .lan. 9.
l>��� i    .   R.VICTORIA   ROUTE.
,,,,. \ r      . .er   laily a:  1  p.m.
aves V       ia dally at  l a.m.
|Va . iri   Seattle route.
ESS BEATRICE.
:,'.:'... except Mondaj
ITORiA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS        V  OF NANAIMO.
res '���-    Westminster at 7 a. m
lASCCL.ER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
res Vai     iver dally at 1:3'  , n
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
Ste,-,- er Queen  City.
-..  at   11   i'.m. en   is'.
b  month  for Clayo-
' 'ria    on     _"th     r i
��� points.
JCWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
St.amer Transfer
_..-  "...    '.'.'estminster  on  Mun
Tues.       Wednesday,   Thursday
F .   p m. an-l Saturda.
��� '- ���-.   .. ldlitional trip on Mon-
II
in Monday, Tuesday,
-... an ; Saturday a;
at 6 a. m. adj.'Loi al
p. m.
L: :       --- SER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Eeaier
*.;- -���-'::. :. iter,   '   a   DC.
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ick 7 a. m. T .-���- I
Saturd o's    c illlng   at
���.   Men    '���' ������-';. in
i
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers  and Dealers in All Kinds af
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doora,
Interior Finish,     1 urned'Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. Now Wei.mini.6r
Purchase Notice
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n y
DOMINION EXPRESS CO.
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ACRES
- FOR
oo  Cash
In the Wes! End.    Hand)' Lo proposed new tram
line Don't delay buying Lhis for n quick turnover
CHEAPEST
SAFEST antl
tjl It A. / \ 7
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GOING  EAST
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial nnd Insurance Ak��-��'<*.
f;       Ai inn^'-nnnl-   run |u    nia.ii-
iln\   lirti.i ���' I In i.i iiu...
pnirnl-
Columhia St,
New Westminster It. ('.
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The Choicesl
the Most   Delii
Be Obtaine<
ii
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Manner   C,.m
it
Kill.1'
Kcnn
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All   Ho,..,
Rcstauranl    and   Lare
"THE
WESTERN LINE'
Late Supper
Specialty.
Minneapolis, St.. Paul
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Run It of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B. C
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Corner Second Aveuue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
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ENTENTE CORDIALE
ISOLATES KAISER
Franco-English  Alliance  Is so  Arrang-
ed That Wilhelm  Must  Keep
the Peace.
Paris, Dec. 24.���Reports have recently been promulgated that the entente
cordlale established between Great
Britain and France had bee:: supplemented by an understanding .vhicLi included naval anti military co-operation.''
While an act of aggression against.
either nation, hy an outsider, would
doubtless lead to mutual defence, that
cannot lie said to be a condition in
the present relations of the two nations. Xo such agreement has passed
through the only channels of communication recognized by either Govern-^
ment. Tbe entente cordlale has been
accomplished without the use of the
machinery of diplomacy, and care has'
been taken to avoid any act or undertaking whicb could be challenged
by Germany, .\i the same time the
Kaiser has been effectively isolate.i.
nnd the relations between Prance ani
England new practically bind the German  Emperor to Keep the peace.
The Russian-English entente is regarded as a ramification of Uie Franco-English entente cordiale, so intimate have the Franco-English relations become between the military
departments of the two countries, thai
last summer General French, the chief
o. the English mission detailed to attend the French manoeuvres, was admitted to the conference of the French
general staff during the manoeuvres.
Indian Boy Drowned.
An Indian boy, con of Johnny Lewis,
was drowned near Nicomen Island.'
two or three days ago. and the body
had noi ieen recovorod up to yesterday afternoon, although a number of
Indians bave been diligently searching for it, Tbe lad, with an elder bro-
ther, had gone across to Sumas, duck-!
shooting, In crossing the river, a
sudden squall upset the canoe, and
both were thrown Into the water. The
elder managed to cling to the canoe
and was rescued by his father, but the
younger brother was carried away by
the current and was drowned
Tide Table - FraserRiver
For the week ending Dec. .IO, 1906.
XEW WESTMINTSER.
High Low-
Water.       Water.
Dec. 24th    1.50 6.55
13.10 21 45
Dec. 25th   3.20 7.35
13.50 22.30
Dec. 26th    4 30 8.301
1 1.25 23.25
Dec, -Tib    5.2i) r>.:!0
15.55 ....
Dec. 2Stb    6.15 0 20
1-.::. 10.25
Dec. 29th   6.45 0.50
16.00 11 20
Dec 30th     7.20 1.20
16.25 12.05
Dec. 31st     7.55 I 50
17.10 12.55
SAND   HEADS
High. Low.
Time. lit.        Time. III.
Dec .'1     iln     9.3         5.55 7.2
12 22    13.0       19.57 1.6
L'.'i'. 25    2.39    10.0         6.57 8.1
13.08    12.6        20 10 2.S
Dec. 26    2, IS    10.8         8.00 9.1
13.43    12.4        21.16 2.2
Dec. 27     I.in    I 1.6         9,01 9.5
1117    12.2        21 19 2.6
Dei ,28     5.25    IJ 2         9J7 9.S
14.50    12.0       22 20 2.2
Dec. 29   6.03    12.6        10.49 10.0
15.22    11 8        22.50 2 0
Dec,  30  6.39   13.0       11,37 10.0
15.55    11.8       2.'!2n I.S
Dec.  31       7.1 I     12 2         12.22 10.0
16.30    11 5       23,52     1.8
IHE DAILY NEWS
;i*
TUESDAY
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So May Tlii
is
Christmas
be a happy one to you, happy to
many more whose happiness depends on you!���So may each
year be happier than the last.
-���Dickens
ohnston s
Big Shoe House
COLUMBIA ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
.
fc- m m ^^��_�� ^ ��� i_��*�� #���<m
15 THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   -   BY   -   THE
Easterbrook Milling Com'y
OF   EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say
I IVI PE R I A L
when she wants to obtain the ver
7 best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastrv.
fry it'
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
���L
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
GILLETTE
SAfETY
RAZORS
SS.OO EACH.
CURTIS*����
SPECTACLES   A   SPECIALTY.
NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
For electric signs, dynamos, motoi -.
tana, 'phone fix tires, shades, bell.s, batteries, win and cables of all k."n>I~
and .size.-. House w;rii>_j. Motor Installing a special! All kinds of repairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE  304.
SUITS
TO   ORDER
=$20 AND UP;
TENDERS for two-storey frame
house on Agnes Street, will be received
up t'i noon of December 22nd.
Plan., and specifications at office of
C. H. Clow, Sixth and Clarkson St.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
(*. II. (LOW,
Architect.
Dec. llth, Hum;.
On a Suit
or Overcoat
This Label is
��� a    good    clothes
' insurance policy
���a guarantee of quality
���a gold bond of value
���a mark nf perfection
Look for the Laliel
That Protects
H.   L.   de BECK
Trains & Steamers
C PR.   MAIN  LINK.
Leave \. W. 15.40; arr N. W. 11.33.
C.P.R.  MISSION' BRANCH.
'Leave \. W. 8.30; ar. Seattle 13.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N. \\*. is.40.
C.P.R   WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.
L"ave N. W. S.30, 10.::5, 15 40, 17.35.
Arrive \. U*. 9.35, 11.35, Iti.}'). 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.33 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
I
V..  W. &  Y.-VAXCOUVER
Lv. X. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m
G. N. R��� PORT GCIOIION.
Ev.  N.  VV. 9.35 am.;   ar.  Guichon
I 2.20 p.m. I
I    Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
I 8:15 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
Lv.  New  We_tmi03ter 5.50.  6.50,  1
! and 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter tii! 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver  for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Braver���
'jss&^ffiS's JHE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
1     Finn N. W. Tu., Th., Sat.   . a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
I DOWN RIVER,
transfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun..
- p.m.; Saturd iy. 2 p.m.
1     Add. tiii', Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steves'.,11, 7 a.m. (Fii. G a.m.)
I    Add. triii Saturday, 5 u m
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Itithet���
From N.W., vy6J. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. anil Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
:                                  Clo.se. Received,
Se 1 tie, via S .;,,..- 7. (5 a.m, 1'.. 10 p.m,
Sapperton and -Mill-
"��� N'o. 1   7.1."", ,1 in. 11.35 am.
Vancouver,   No,   I    7.15 a.m. 9.00 a.m
'i.v.it   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle,. 8.45 a.m 3.30 p.m,
Van, & 1 len. Park.l 130 a.m, 3.110 p.m.
Victoria I0.30a,m. 9,00 a.m.
I_asl Burnaby ���  1.13 p m. 1.15 p.m.
. Ladner, Steveston,
etc    1.30p.m. 11.on a.m.
C.P.R easl, Sapperton, Millside ati'l
Coquitlam     3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
Van. aud  Burnaby 3.:;o p.m. 6.00 p.m
G.N.R. Flyer     -1.011 n.m 11.00 p.m.
Timberland,  Tues
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   Terminal,  and  see that  you get it.
The Easterbrook Milling Co.
McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents.
122 Front St.
Cut and Made on the Premises
We wish to call the attention of the (Brick
using) public to our new ami
varied stock'of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay Co., at
Clavbiirn. B. C.
247Front Street
New Westminster
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
I  )otof_lth Av...   Cor. I6th   Street
New Westminster, II. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
1 work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth strett, New
/.'estminster, B.C.
TT7E have a line of light andcompanly limit
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is <" 'ap and good. Our
clippers work easier, (i p faster and take a
thicker coat, leave a fi. >r finish, wear longei
than any other on the market. We have tho
STEWART SHEEP :>HEARINti and a
great labor saver.     Call and   sec  them at
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
NelsonS Ft Sheppard Ry. Co.  T.   J.   TRAPP   &   COJ
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Limited
..12.00 m.    13.00 m.
J. H if IN LEY
Mai nfacturer of
Minerd Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family T .ade �� Specialty.
Tti. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   V/f-STMINSTER,   B.   C.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Ross
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, North.rn Pac'fic and O. R.
,** N. Co.
Connect at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
Mage -"-lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
BRYSON & SOA
MESSRS. HARDMAN   &   BRYSON  hav��*
now dissolved partnership, thi business u"��
carried on as heretofore by 'BRYSON & SOW
UP-TO-DATE  STOCKS
nf
T).!}  Train Arrive
.. Spokane   7.15 p.m.
.. Rossland ,.. .4.10 p.m
.. Nelson 6.45 pni
II  A. JACKSON,
TinMH
��� Graniteware and Ename   G��0(ls I
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia rf.
^Effective   Sunday,    November    ,0, Hardware,   Rangf.S,   StOVCS,
Leave
.,20 a ni.
���'.;.. p.m
0 to a.m.
���
ij-Vr DEC. 25.  1906.   V
THL DAILY NEWS
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urry!   Hurry
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few lots on Queen s Ave., just on the brow oi the hill. well out of the morn-
[g mists with uninterrupted view of the Fraser River aXaUe^Mt
Jaker and the Olympia Range, are now offered for sale.   These lots are
situated just on Queen's Ave., off Third St., opposite the well-known residences ot t. J. Hart, W. E. Vanstone, etc., bounded bv Tipperary on the
last and Peelej bt. on the west. Sewer pipes already laid; every lot to lane.
��ots, 42.9 x 116, only $575; one-third cash, bai. arranged; while the corner lot, Peele St. and Queen's Ave., is offered at 8650.
re you letting this magnificent oppportunity to purchase a fine residential site now and for alwavs
lip?   Secure one  at once from the exclusive agents.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Real Estate Brokers, Etc.
.dian Pacific Railway Co.
|riti-h Columbia Coast Lln��
8ervlce.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
..i: to change without noticei.
An ii   leaves Vancouver Jan.  .,
ilVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
Vancouver daily at 1 p.m.
Victoria daily  at  1  a.m.
ORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE,
R1NCESS BEATRICE.
Vii toria daily except Mondaj
fOR
IA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
- CITY OF NANAIMO.
New Westminster at 7 a. m.
-���.COUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
,."   Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m.
WEST  COAST  ROUTE.
Steamer Queen City.
iii"  Victoria at  11   p.m. en   1st,
lii each month for Clayo-1
,-es Victoria    on    -"'li    fi r
I      I: i way points.
WER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
i'"- New Westminster on Mon
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
al 2 p.m. and Saturday
with additional trip on Mon-
a   m.
Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
. Thursday and Saturday at
��� rlday at 6 a. m. additional
day 5 p. m.
FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
N w   Westminster,  8   a.  m.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
billlwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
nl   Saturdays   calling  at
between   New   Westminster
iwack.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    TurnedJWork,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Purchase Notice
Notice is hereby given that Ou days '
after date   1   Intend   applying   to   the
Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands   and I
Works for permission to purchase the
following  described  land,  situated at
th" mouth of the Kildala river. Coast I
district:  Commencing at a post mark-'
ed W.  M.'s  N. E  Corner  planted  on
the south  bank  of the  Kildala river!
at the mouth, running as follows:  40 !
chains    south.    40   chains   west.    40 ;
chains north to the shore line, thence j
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or less.
Aug. 27, 1906.
Locator   W   MOODY.
Per FRANK VANDAL. Agent.
Oet. 24,   1906.
QUEER  LOVEMAKING.
SoulU    .,,.;._.���   niril   Wbl<b   Wlaa
Il��   Hli,I.    liy   Dam-In*.
'J'    '   *      J_JJ_MffiW   iti ~.
make     ^-.  ,, |tg fee)
.ome en -. wall
the only _    _d it can u
cluck.   It dam es, howi
that wins ad:;, rati.,ii fn ... .
of Its sex. though Its antics only serve
es an incentive to laughter to human ;
being* who see tbem.
This bird, known as the cock of the '
rock, lives In the northern mountainous |
portion of South America. It is about t
tbe size of a large chicken.
The entire bird���body, bead wings
ami tail���is blond red In color, with tbt
ti eption ol tbe tail feathers, whicb
baye a narrow band of brown across
tbem _.ir ,;,. Hllls which are tipped
with buff, on tbe head is a crest of
timber. like ��� ...ri,at red ball, which
contracts or expand* at the pleasure of
its owner.
When tbe mating season comes sev- |
en to ten males seek some secluded
spot where there is a level patch of
ground nnd clear it of any sticks,
stones or leaves, stamping down the
dirt till It is hard and level.
ihen they call the females, who
stand at the edges of this novel arena.
One at a time tbe males then perform
a most curious dance. Each dancer
will first strut up nud down a few
times and then, to the apparent delight
of the rest, commence to caper around
In au extremely ludicrous manner.
spreading bis tall and wings, puffiug
ui' his crest, bowing to the others and
tit the same time keeping up a hopping
gait until he is exhausted.
When all the males have danced eacb
female will choose a mate, and the
happy pairs depart to begin housekeeping.
Land Registry Act
Re Lot 4.4, Group 1 (except two parts
conveyed!, New 'Westminster District.
A   Certificate   of  Indefeasible   Title
to the above  property  will  be issued
to  Rhoda .McKamey on the  29th  day
of December, 1906, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made
to me in writing by a person or persons   claiming  an   estate  or   interest
therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land    Registry    Office,   New Westminster.  B.C., 21st  November, 1906.
The person or persons having in their
custody or possession the following
Title Deeds relating to the said property are requested to deliver the same
to the undersigned:
12th December, 1896���Robert Granville McKamey to Thomas Robert Mc-
-Carney, conveyance in fee.
MARTIN. WEART &  McQUARRIE,
Barristers. Solicitors, etc., New Westminster, B.C.
Agent.
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Telephone 12. New Westminster
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For further information apply to:
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Kurh    .'art    uf    the    l_ar_rrr    One-
Made by Specialist*.
Artificial Sowers were invented b.\
pious nuns. In the Italian convents
tbe altars and shrines were up to tht
end of tbe eighteenth century decorat
ed with artificial flowers, laborious!.,
put together, of paper, parchment ain
other stiff materials. In a Venetian
warehouse the most wonderful pro
ductions cf natural flowers are exhibited iu glass cases, and in many
cases, not only the richest and most
brilliant colors, but the very scent of
the flowers bas been stolen from nature, for some of the artificial flower.
are steeped in tbe perfume distilled
from tbe flower which it represents
Last century a Swiss Invented a ma
chine for cutting out the leaves and
petals, but It can only be used for tbt
smaller kinds, such as are wanted fot
hyacinths, lilies of the valley and other small flowers. In larger petals tbt
Irregularities of manual work are preferred to tbe stiff and correct forms
produced by machinery. This materia'
of which the petals are made Is woven
In special factories. The scissors and
other tools used by tbe girls employed as well as tbe presses In which the
veins are traced on the leaves are of a
shape specially adapted to the work.
Eacb part of a flower is made by spe
eiulists. In one room, for instance
only stalks of flowers and leaves are
made; In another, fruits and berries of
all kinds are cast if tbey are wax ot
blown if made of glass. The clever
est workers arc employed In making
blossoms of the single petfcls nud bouquets, wreaths and garlands of the single blossoms.���Dundee Advertiser.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who ls :he sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of age. to
the extent of one-quarter section of
��� t*0 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the loca! land offlce for the district in
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (er 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 home-
stead, the requirements as to residence
j may  be  satisfied   by  residence   upon
1 the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
! be given to the Commissioner of Do-
1 minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.
N,   Li.��� Unauthorized  publication  uf
this  advertisement  will   not  be  paid
fcr. V
J. H'. McDOKALD. Agent.
S. S. Tees
Vancouver at   8   p.m.   2nd
of  each   month,   willing  at
ii first trip and Bella Coola  Columbia  St.,
Ip.   Time on   arrival   aud	
���   approximate.
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Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
New Westminster B. C.
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E   J, COYLE,
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running out into tlie strait of Gibraltar
of a promontory whicli from its position is admirably adapted for commanding tbe entrance of the Mediterranean sea and watching tbe entrance
and exit of all ships. .\ fortress stands
upon this promontory, called now, us it
was called in the time of the Moor ib
domination lu Spain, Tarlfa. The name
is of Moorish origin. It was the custom of the Moors in wntch from thli
point all merchant ships going Into ot
coming out of tbe midland sen and to
levy duties av 'ding tn .1 flxed scale
on nil merchandise contained therein,
This duty was called from the place
where it was levied "tarlfa," or tariff.
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20 Minute Service���.no transfer,
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st:'"(is. \'ew JSesImlgster,.U..C-	
When you want BLACK silk,
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/TVCRTISING RATES.
Transien. display advertising, 10
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to no avail. Shatford and Macgowan
were too honest to be bought off. Tlie
('   P. R. did not get its $1,500,000.
But, in spite of that, and in spite o
the  government's  contentions  to  the
contrary, the line has been built and
U  to-day almost ready for operation.'
Had Shatford and Macgowan been of ,
McBride  calibre,  the province   waul I
now be poorer by $1,500,000 and the
C P. R. better off by the same amount.
Or had members of the libera! party
consented  to  Im. cajole I  by the O.  P-
ft    lobyists,   the   same
have happened."
talus   would
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night Office    B22
TUESDAY, DEC. 25. 1906.
COMPLIMENTS   OF   THE    SEASON.
The Dally News wishes all Its patrons, ami everybody else, a very Mer-
rj Christmas. There are homes into
which mirth cannoi come, to those il
sends Its sympathies and ihe reminder il.,,, He who.-" name the festival
bears, is the  Healer of Sorrows.
There is more reason than Ims been
the case for .some years for it Merry
Christmas in liritish Columbia; and
New Westminster lias Its full share of
Lhe prosperous times which do so
much io make glad the hearts of men.
Vei for many people Christmas is a
time of strenuous labor, and thej hail
the holiday more gladly a.s a rest day
Lhan for any oilier reason, All our
mere hauls have had an unprecedented
rush of business, and Ihey and their
clerks hailed closing time last night
as the end of a spell of exacting labor.
They certainly have earned a Merry
Christmas���earned it by hard work,
and earned it, too, by many a bit of
volunteer kindness to perplexed buyers.
And the buyers.' Is not their name
legion? Arc not iheir conditions as
various as their face.,'? Grandfather
was busy collecting the things which
will bring smiles to the faces of the
little ones today, and something, too,
which will remind grandma of the
time���how long ago���when her soft
ibanks rewarded his first gift. How
lon�� ago'.'  it  is but   as  yesterday'
And those whose yesterdays are
few���before whom stretches an en I-
less vistaoflong tomorrows, they also
have been busy. Their companions,
an I mother and father, have occupied
the thoughts of many; but some ha-e
iim ighl chiefly of Her or of Him���the
one girl���tli��' one man. Her gift, very
p obably, is chiefly the work of her
own lair fingers; bin lii.-? What! December's salary all  gone, anil  a inori-
,_.,���   nn   January's?  Scandalous,   cer-
-ln!\.  from  an ei onomic    poinl    of
'view;    Iiiii���well   ilie   golden   lime  ol'
life  inn come  but once.
And whal is this chap doing in a
crowd nf Christmas shoppers, amid
al sins of dainty wares? Straight
from his work he has come, as his
appearance testifies. Perhaps .Miss
shrinks a little us he brushes past her.
Don'l make any mistake, my dear girl.
The shirt may lie coarse and no' as
i lean as ii was once; hut undei' it
there 'eats a big, kindly heart, warm
now v.;'li thoughts of the joy of the
little tuis al home, when the Christinas tree yields them the toys and dol-
lies on which lie spends so freely his
hard earned cash. "It is worth the
i, on '.'���." says the B-topkeeper, as h"
i'".- na ihe parcel; an.l "you bei your
life S Is worth It." comes the hearty
answer.
A. ���-. it is wonh II Once a year, at
I" i.i. lei the hard crust of the world
|e broken, a. ��<.��� do something to
make real to other hearts, and to our
mi ii, the glad message Peac ��� and
Goodwill,
ANOTHER   EXAMPLE.
Tiie Nelson Daily News notes thai
ihe completion of the Spence's
Bridge-Nicola line, a branch of the C,
P. It., whicli i.s just about to be opened
for traffic, Is another of the things in
currenl political history���there are
several whicli should be remembered
a i pointing a moral. Commenting on
III" lai" thai the line lias been bulll
without a bonus, the News says:
"Thai beneficent , philanthropies!
policy, conceived by Premier McBride,
acquisced in by Ilon. Capi. Tatlow,
applauded by Hon. F, .1. Fulton, smiled
a' Inscrutably liy Hon. I-' Oarter-Cot-
I' n, urged by Hon. F. It. Green, and accepted by twenty-one government
members, wenl by the board; for two
sturdy conservatives, A. II. B. Macgowan of Vancouver, ami I.. \v. Shat-
I'onl, of ih/- Slrallkameen, refused to
bi clubbed into line. Tlie air at Victoria was thick loi a whi!" with angry
minlstel ial  alio,-nti'':::-.  in;'   it  was all
Senator Lougheed, the leader of the1
opposition in the Senate at Ottawa,1
in a recent interview given in Calgary, expressed his views witli regard
te the recent rise in the price of lumber coming front this provnice. Tin;
senator said, in part: "The question
o'' ihe lumber combine and the injury
which the Province of Alberta was
suffering owing to its existence was a
horse of another color. The reeling
among the members of iii" senate,
wlio represented constituencies in A
berta and Saskatchewan, was thai :b ���
rei em action of the lumber combine
was high-handed to a degree. .1 inj
ol ilie members ol the Senate, who
had no interests in ill" west, were   if
the same opinion.   The action of the   	
lumbermen, by whom I mean the persons who control the lumber Int 'rests
it: Britisji Columbia has been autocratic beyond forebearance."
CHRIST
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chains north, moi ,    ,'   "'"M
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running as follows   in ,h ���      ^
40 chains east   ... ' -*-
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chains    east,   i ,    ' ;���
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to polni of comn-encement.        f
No. 15   C .."    encingata  ,���
ed about one ml I
��' *e Dala Riv, * ��jj
inng as  fo    i -|
chains,,":'!,.; '���
north, 40 chain
moreoi le
to poinl ol coi
No. 16   Con
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Island, a       m'.li
BEAUTIFUL SNOW j
IS CRIMSON COLOR
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Unusual   Phenomenon  Is  Seen  at Glacier���Superstitions   Indians
Fear Calamity.
I
Revelstoke.  Dec, 24.���The Canadian'
Pacific agent at Glacier, In the Rocky1
-Mountains,  reports the unusual phenomenon of crimson snow having fallen
in thai region of the lofty ranges, This'
is  not  the first time  such  an  occurrence lias been observed in the Rockies, but the manifestation is apparent-1
fj very early.
No satisfactory explanation has
been advanced a.s lo iis cause. The
snow coloring the mountains with the
pronounced red hue over their mantle
of while has an extraordinary wierd
effect.
The Indians and halfbreeds and
others susceptible to superstitious
forebodings are regarding the visitation as portent of dire calamity, and
are applying themselves with unusual
fi rvor   to   devotions.
Among.i the explanations pul forward to accouni for the visitation Is
the theory that it is, caused by ri I volcanic dusl from the mountains having
been   caught   up   by  high   winds   and 	
held in suspension until brought down   r
;   the snow.   Another theory ii thai In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
ii  is the dusl of plants, while a third
is   to  the effect   thai   som-'   peculiar  ""
manifestation in the chemistry of na [\ Tptj.; MATTER n   ���
ture  has  cause,! the discoloration  of Settled Estates   Acl   and
,,,osno,r'      amending Acl
���AND -
IN THE MATTER of
title   to   part   of   I.r    I,
Block  ::, suburban  1 inds,
New    Westminster   Cit;
whereof     .lohn     Oswald
Coulthar 1   Is   tenani   : u
life    iti    possession    an 1
I -��� :. ,s| Barr Coultha
I man! In tail.
I" irs : ml to ' he Order of the Ho
lo Mr Justl, ��� Morrison, scaled t,
a . Ires ed to ,J   I. Cambrl Ige, I ��i
trie!   !:,' rlstra   ��� '  the Supreme Cou
N ���'.'.���   Westmin: ter,  B,  C,  will  b i    -
reive i b. hlrh up to Saturday the 10th
daj of I in iar;., 1907, tor the pun h ,
of part  of Lol  or." 11).  Block Three
l'l),  Suburban  lands,  New  Westminster City.    Tenders musi be accompanied   by a  certified  cheque for  Five
<n), ;.er cent, of the amounl tendered
J. P. HAMPTON BOLE.
Solicitor   for   Petitioner  herein.
Ja, 5.
Christmas is with us once again.
What joy it brings to millions.
It is the greatest day on the World's calendar.
Who of us is so old, that he does not become young
again on Christmas morn?
Santa Claus will live as long as there is parental love
and human brotherhood in the heart of man.
We Wish You
A Merry Christmas!
The merriest you have ever spent.
We deem it not amiss to thank our patrons for the
greatest business in our career.
Perhaps, we have merited it through the exercise of
our best endeavors to conduct a mercantile enterprise
worthy of your heartiest commendation.
Again thanking you for the liberal patronage extended to us during the past year and wishing you greetings
of health and prosperity���we say, once again.
A    MERRY    CHRISTMAS    TO    ALL.
H. L. DeBECK
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Fooled ihe Nurse.
lohn Berry, wbo has been a patl ml
I; lhe Royal Columbian hospital for
some weeks past, was released on
���-' 'inlay last. He is loud in his
praise of the treatmeni he received
an i cannoi say enough in appreciation
oi both nurses an I doctors. He has
;i joke on one of tlie nurses which h"
ia fond of telling, 'i'he day lie entered
'i.e hospital, Hie nurse in charge said
io him, "Now Mr. Berry, .vou hal !_���'-
ier take j our teeth oui youi self, you
are better aide to do ii than I am "
. lr. Bei'ry declined to do s >, and tbe
Mil's,' was iim, and Insisted on their
imoval, "Well," sai I Mr. Berry win,
a well simulate I sigh, "if that's the
case you musi gel a dentist up, lun
i have bad these teeth for over no
'"ars and if you Inue no objection, l
would prefer to hate them a little
longer." In spite of his age, Mr Berry
has t, most perfeel sei of dentals,
which effecl,ally fooled t'i" nurse, Mr,
Berry is now the gi'esi of George
Smith of Blackwood street.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches from $12.7.", up J
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, , pen
face, $6.00
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double j
case, $7.60 up
Ag;ent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable. ���
Westminster Iron Worts
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WOKK..
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Ornament"!   Iron   worn,   including
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Mul) orders "������! correspondence Invited.
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TIMBER   NOTICES.
Notb e Is here ij given I ial 30 daya
after date I Inten I to apply to tho
Hon. Chiel Commissioner of Lands
an I Woi ks for a spei ial license to cut
an.l i ar ���; :i .'a 'i ii ier from Hie following ,l"-,; i ie I Ian . a si' uati I ".i
Kildala Arm, C ia -'  Dlsti let, B.C.
No. 7- Commencing al a posi planted   about   one   mile   from   the   bead  of
Kll lala Arm, on the south hank of tho
A.an, running as follows: so chains
-".'li. mi chain i "a -'. mi chains noi I i
to shore, then ilong shore to point oi
com mencemenl
No.   ���    '' ;    .g at a post | lanl
' i aboul "ii" ini! ��� up fall i reek, ��� .
'ii" . i il bank of cieek, running a
i" lows:   SO   eh iin i   e ist,   so  chains
OUth,   .0 Chain i  'A >���-:,  more or less. 1,,
' reek, then along cr sek to point ..:
commem ement.
No. ii -Commencing al post planted
aboul one mile up Pal! Creek, on oasl
bank of creek, joining N'o. s claim on
v.'- ' line, running as follows: 160
chains south, In chains west, 160
chains north, 10 chains east to poini
of commencement.
No. to���Commencing at post planted
about I miles up Dala River from Its
mouth, on the north bank of river,
then running as follows: .0 chains
�� ist, vi , hains*north, 120 chains ease.
40 chains south, moro or lass, to rivi','.
ihen along river lo point of commence-
  ' ment.
No. II���Commencing at post planted
���- ' Nation- to hi! iw,, vacancies In about u miles up from the mouth, on
the Fire Departmenl  wlll be receive,
OTTAWA,  ONT.
Aichitectura!   Competition  for Depart-,
mental   ard Justice   Buildings.
��� lompel i.i        ������':.'- ire Invited for
De   i. tmeni il   'Hi .1   stlce Buildings I ���
be awa   I-i  n     remlum "'  $8,000, ihe
:: in!  ai  Ottawa, Onl
The   iu hor   if the : ������      lesign will
twa   led   ���   pi   ml iin og $8,000, tl  i
cond   : esi   $1 0 11,   tho    third    besi !
.       ' an I '  ������ ��� . irth I esi $1,000.
Di r.i. ing i  .-y. I... received not later
than  Api :        .,   l:.07, an     , ������    i  he
a i ::������-���" i ���., the  - '    itar,   of the De '
'   in"..' of Publlc Work i, Ottawa.
11   i competll   ���        .i, en  to Can
'.. n Archl i     ive  ' een   i
���ien' In Canada for i   e ye u oi moi ������
Condltl a    ol    con    itltlon    statin
1   mienl    ol   I   tidings   and   map
��� howlng site, etc   m ij   I e ha I on a;-'
���ii a . 'ii  to ; ie untie   Igne I.
Bj order,
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.  |
!���", artmenl of Public Wi rk
Ottawa, December 12, 1906,
Ne�� 'pai ers Inserting this a Ivertlse-!
menl wlthoul  authority from Lhe De-
partment . ill nol be paid for It.
Firemen   Wanted.
'*���   lhe und n Igned up to Friday, the
28th Inst,
For particulars apply lo Chief Wal
ion, at No   I Flre Hall.
W    \   DUNCAN,
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I      Notii e is
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Noi Ice .     . :
after   date Iin:...       I   .<
Chiel    Coaim
\\ or      foi  a ;.. ��� . -���       ���  ���   nd   "
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awaj    timbi
scril ed lan Is
I.r '"���.        ag  a
W.  M.'s  S.E   ' 1
north bank of the 1 I
; wo mile iti. ral
ning as follows 1
i h iln .    west,    i ���   chains I
, hains   ������ isi   I I
ment,   < in  tinl |
less
2. Coram   .   nj     I   i
W. M's   S.W.  Corn
north bank ol
two miles up :
as follows:  1" chain    -        -        .
east. 80 , h lii '   ";:'"      j
10  chain-    n ,;���:
... :'.'.:
point   of   , omniem
-
I
'tlllliel.
the noni, bank of Dala River, running
as follows: 40 chains north, su chains
east, 40 chains norlh and 80 chains
oast, '10 chains south, more or less, to
river, then along river to point of coin
mencemeni.
No. 12���Commencing at a post plan',.
CHy Clork. jed about four miles up Iron, the mouth
or  the   Dala Rive-, ,.,,  south   bank,
6 I" aere-. in u ' . I
3. Commen Ing  al  ,1
W.   M.'s  N.E   i -'.'���
north bank ol the I '   *'
I've   and   a    hall \
from  ���:, '  m mth, run
IO chalna     mth.  -
chains north, ICu i
of    commence!
acres, more o   '���
I    i "in:	
VV,  M.*.-  M.W. i   ���
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north bank of the   .
e and a half mil'
���   mouth,   rum
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iains  east,    IO   i
aim,   wa 1,10 cha ,;'
commencement,    i '   '
res, more or 1- ,,,,���
,.-���.,."��� WILLIAM 31
per Fran! Vanda    >
XoIV  Is  here ij  irl ven *:
days  nfi*X date I Intend
the Hon. Chief Commi :'","!'"'].":1i
ami  Works fkr a  Heen       ' '"    .   j
_ foil"        '
carry away timbi r ���"    '    ' ' ' '    .,t, [
described    lands, :1    '���
Sl-eena district, on Cop i
8 1-2 miles up from ' , iWM
No. i. Commen lng d a '''"'\;.'.....
*>d on the southea *""ner * .,
north bank ol the rive i '^t ,.
follows: 80 .-.'iains north, ���'
west, pi chains south, i : ' .,���
river, the., along l'l ver I U '
mencement. . . i".:-
\o. i!.   Commencing ��i l :<
o,l2 1-2 miles up from tin ��o ".;.
north bank of Copper ';i"*: "',,���:���
follows:    40 chains noKH  ��        ,
east, in chains north, '40 i
SO chains south, WOP
llu-n along river ^ poln  ���
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tnenl,  contalttlD'j  GUI
less,
Wtor.WM.MOOL*
Per Agent, Frank va
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���<���. _*Y, DEC. 25,   1906.
TEE DAILY NEWS
We i_y/s/i our
multitude of patrons
A Happy Christmas
We thank you for your splendid holiday
patronage,   and sincerely trust that
the many good things which you
have   bought   to   gladden
the  hearts of your
friends    will   in
everyway give
satisfaction.
T. H. SMITH
Columbia Street
n
El Co. Limited
wish their many patron
s
a r
/
XMAS   GREETINGS
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Local  News  Briefly Told HoVal Columbian Hospital
Th,
Tenders will be received by the undersigned,  and   marked   "Tenders  for
Vulcan is tied up In porl  and   the   White   Horse   Pass   and   Vukon supplies." up to 1 p.m., Saturday. De-
I  will   remain bere   until   after  Christ-1 railway, arrived in the city yesterday comber  2.th, 1906, for supplying the
mas.                                                          .afternoon, and  intends  to  make this hospital   from   1st   January.   1907.   to
| place  his  home   for    the    next     tew ;;jst Deiembei
months     Mr. McDonald is u cousin of j,ig articles:
I   D. B.  McDonald of tbe Cosmopoli- Bread   whit,
tan  hotel,  and   is  at   present  staying
with him.     He has been granted five
months'   leave  of absence  by  the of-
The Restless came in yesterday with
a very much needed boom of logs for
the Preser  River  Mills     There  were
, eleven swifters iu  the boom.
An historical study  by Mr. Goldwin
1907, with the follow-
and   brown
Smith, entitled   "Men  and   Effects  of  ncials  of   the   company,   after   boiing
���he   French  Revolution,"   will   appear
shortly in tbe Atlantic Monthly.
Work is well advanced in connection with tbe construction of the re-
i lining wall in the rear of the propos-
ed Hardman block on McKenzie
street.
'I'he funeral of Arthur Haines, who
tiled in the Royal Columbian hospital
on Saturday evening will take place
today, W. B. Pales having charge of
tbe  funeral  arrangements.
I The Mail ilei aid. Revelstoke, says:
The Hin In. are beginning to realize
that ilie Canadian winter is more se-
vere even ihan ihey anticipated. Scores
of them have already left for California, where they hope to I'm 1 a more
congenial climate,"
W. A. Gilley has completed the con-
away up north for nearly seven years.
Before coming down for his holiday,
Mr. McDonald was stationed at Cariboo, which he calls the "hopping-off
place between civilization and the
northern wilds."
A lad;, who lives on Ash street, yesterday ordere I up a goose for the
Christmas dinner. When the butcher
arrived she was absent, so be put the
bird up on a shelf where he thought
ii would in' safe. 'I'he lady arrived
bome aboul dusk and wenl to look for
the anticipated goose The shell was
empty and she was aboul to sa) some
thing bad ahout the butcher, when
she heard a growl and a snarl. On Investigation she discovered that the
amiable family cai. which bad an enquiring mind, bad mounted the .shelf
in order to protecl the goose from tb"
dog on the Moor.     For fear the goo.
Ileef;
Mutton;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Wood,  slabs,  per cord;
Coal, washed nut;
Fish;
Funerals;
Detailed lists of drugs, groceries,
beef, mutton, and fish can be obtained at the hospital.
Neither the lowest, or any tender
necessarily accepted
Samples of the groceries and all information obtainable on application
to tiie Lady Superintendent at. the
hospital,
W.   H.  KEARY.
Secretary, R. C.  H.
.N'ew Westminster, B. r'., Dec 80, L906.
^        -     -*��� '  '"     l'-m    ill,-   *v"i.  c
Man    for   driving   the   piles   for   the   mi ghl   fall  ;he cai   had  pm   her teeth
foundations for the engine room of ihe
I   Dominion  Pip,   Works.     The roof of
Into its  neck,  und  as   i   result,  the
goose slipped overboard, and  Ihe dog
ihe main building is now almosl  nni-   look possession.    The lady found that
- hed   ai. 1   ihe   siding  up  of  the   wall
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
is  progressing  rapidly.
A large team attached to a dray
loaded with heavy machinery did the
run away aci mi Front street yesterday afternoon. The si reel was fortunately clear at the time and the runaways were brought to a stand still
without doing any damage to life and i
limb.
ilie cat  and  dog had  taken charge of
aboul  half each, so she gave them the
rest, shed a  few tears and said some
things.     Papa will have no goose fori
dinner today.
NOTICE
BOYS BURN DYNAMITE
WITH SERIOUS RESULT
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES.
The regular meeting of New Westminster Aerie 20, will be held on Thursday evening, Dec 27, instead of Tuesday evening, Dec.  2..
(SignedI  H. SCHOFIELD	
Secretary.
Two drunks arrested by ibe police
on Saturday night were billed to appear before the police magistrate yesterday morning, but one defaulted
without any apparent reason. His
bail money was forfeited. The other
'! booze fighter got off with a fine of
$." and costs.
Vancouver    Lads   Build    Bonfire   and
Feed Flames With Deadly Explosive���Tar.j  Injured.
$675 Will Buy
a   fully   equipped   sea-going   40   feet
AUXILIARY   SCHC    NER,   fitted with
..  , 16 horse-power,  4-cyc!e engines.   Tha
,. _���     ...     ���   ,        ,.   ..,   . price   is    less    than    half    the   co.t
Vancouver, Dec. 21.���Sydney Smith,
Alexander streel, Frank Mulcahey. 570   Prlce of the engine alone.     Trial trip
Seymour street, and   R.   Iselensky of  and all particulars lo anyone meaning
l"il  Dttnlevy   avenue     were  seriously   business
Lee Sing, the crazy  Chinaman who
I   has been roaming tbe city streets for
; some  days  past,   was  yesterday corn-
to   ihe   Provincial   asylum __Hi_^_^_^_��i_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_^_B^_^_r"   	
the   police   magistrate.     This   China-'1''1""   close   "J   "'e     Pacific     Bottling   New Westminster. 'Phone 2;.
man is about thirty years of age. and   company's    premises    - ------'
_ I .......     '.....     c .. .   ,
1 burned by an explosion of powder in
a  little   Santa   Clans  house  they  had
FRANK S. deGREY
i' is only recently that he has developed any signs of mental aberration.
ton    Alexander
street late Saturday afternoon.
When the fuel was seen to be dis-' L0ST���Satle fur collar between Fourih
Avenue and Ash Street, or Fourth
Avenue and Tenth Street. Finder
kindly return to Daily News Office.
m^^^^^^^^m^^^^^^, ''i'pearing. Hie lads started out to get'
Tbe  death of two  asylum  patients,   more.      They  came   hack   with  small!
Frederick   Wood, aud    Mrs     M.    C.   pieces of brown sand like rock, which
Deane,  has occurred  within  ihe past   they thought might  burn.     This was.1	
three days.     Mr.  Wood  was 29 years   in   reality,   dynamite.     That   was the   FURNISHED   ROOMS  to let.    Apply
of age, while Mrs. Deane was an oil , end   to   -heir   play.      Both   Mulcahey      315   Carnarvon  street,
lady   of  ill.     Both   were  members of   and Iselensky are badly burned about
ihe Church of England.    The funeral   the arms and face, while little Svdnev
2H-.3
F.
���angements
Fales.
are in the hands of W. , Smith's  case
is serious.
The funeral of Loo Sue Wing, a
Chinaman who died _.( ihe Royal Columbian hospital, look place yesterday
afternoon in the Chinese cemetery.
The deceased was a. cook by occupation, and about ::,", years of age. The
cause of Ids death is given as kidney
double. D. Murchie had charge of
funeral arrangements.
Tlie Schaake Machine Works corn-
pan, yesterday shipped a whole car
load of dry kiln trucks to the Emerson Lumber company. Tbey also
shipped a complete saw mill outfit to
Slave Like where il will he used In
connection with the new mill which
���'.ie it. C, Timber and Trading Company is erecting at thai place.
To lhe lt. C. cigar factory the Daily
Xews begs i i l"ii!er iis lies; thanks'
lor a full box of fragranl Phoenix Ci-
,:: s, which soul Iia.I tlie labors of tho
sl ilV last nigh'. The only man in
ihe establishmenl who did not thoroughly appreciate the glfi was one
whose education bis bee,, so .-ally
neglecte! thai he dies nol smoke.
Th" new offlce and pattern rooms
whicli are called for in the plans for
ihe New Schaake Machine Works
buildings are being rushed along as
lasi as the weather will permit, Tho
building which occupied the lot in
the pasl has keen ion, down, and the
de'ris has ieen cleared awa:. Excavating fir the foundations has been
commenced .md the retaining wall al
the rear of the lol  is partly built,
The calm and cpiiei of tbe Royal
Columbian hospital was rudely broken
en Sunday evening when one of the
patients. W. X. Neilson, suddenly do-1
.eloped unmistakable signs of insanity, and commenced to make the night
hideous with liis ravings. Tho police
vere telephoned for. and tbe man was
removed li ;!." police station, where
he spenl the remainder uf ihe night
In peace und quietness, Nnllson v.as
later taken to tiie Dr. Doheyty's sanl
tarlum, where be will recel e ihe ne-
, ��� ar;-  treal ment,
Reduced Rates on Market Day.
Effective   December   2S,   1906,   tiie
Great Northern Railway company will
sell first class round trip tickets Port
, Guichon   and   intermediate   points   to
! Xew  Westminster at  $1.00    for    the
round   trip   on   Friday,   Market   day,
1 wiib return on dale of sale only.
Half rates will  be made for child-
Wanted���Strong boy to drive rig and
make himself generally useful. Apply W. E. Fales' Furniture store.
MR. HARRY DAVIS, Baritone, will receive pupils. Lessons in the art of
singing and voice production. 321
Columbia Street.
WANTED���Married couple desire furnished rooms for light housekeeping
or board and rooms in private family.     Apply 11. this office.
ren five years ad under twelve years   Printing  of every descriptlon-If
age.
yo i
Christmas   Entertainments.
Entertainments  in connection  with
ihe ciiy (hun lies and  Sunday schools
 ���  been arranged  to take  place in
���.lie following order:
Knox Presbyterian    Dec. 26
St. Pauls R. E  Dec. 27
St. Andrew's Presbyterian ... Dec. 27
Queen's Ave. Methodist     Dec. 27
Sl. Barnabas Episcopalian  . . .   Dec. 27
St. Peter's Roman Catholic  . .  Dec. 27
'A,.. ��� Presbyterian   Dec. 2^
Holy   Trinity I.m.   '���',
wish to reach your clients leave as
your order for type-written circular..
We can print them to your satisfaction as we have the type faces for '.bis
class of work. Your order will be appreciated. Mrs. Dominy, proprieties;,
Arrow  Press, Daily News Block.
LOST���Between Asylum and Douglas
street conieterw and Columbia st ,
watch guard, black grograin ribbon,
gold buckle and diamond-set locket
with photo Inside. Finder will be
suitably rewarded by returning
same to  W. E.  Fales 242-2
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe  Gorki
ier
J   '). McD ui il I,
11 km
ilan. ,ii   11 Bse ii  . one* te l  with
Extends to All tlie
Wisk of
A Very-
Happy
Christmas
B THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY, DEc
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IS
AN ANCIENT PYRAMID.
GIANT MAGNETS.
I.lor.   ot "Ihr Tomb of Ihe < hria-laa"
In   Alg-rrla.
The tomb of the Christian in Algeria ���
1- a pyramid on the summit of a hill
more than 700 feet high, at the edge of
the sea. It dates back to before the
time of St Paul, having been built by
older of .lul'ii II.. the king of Maure-
taiua. :is a burying place for himself |
and his wife, Cleopatra, the daughter
of Cleopatra and .Mark Antony. The
��iuly daughter of Juba and his wife
was Drusllla, who married FestUS, the
governor of Judaea In the time of St
Paul. Tbe tomb can lie entered by a
low doorway beneath one of the four
false doors, 'these have moldings on
them of a cruciform shape and may
account for the title. "The Tomb of the
Christian.*' The passage within the
pyramid winds round and eventually
leads to two chambers shut off from it
by folding doors, which can be moved
up and down by levers. Tbe tomb
must have been rilled of till lt contained centuries ago, though some think
thai by excavating In a downward direction it might still be possible to discover the burying place of the king
and queen, supposing the two chambers, like tbe false doors outside, to
be n blind. Doubtless tbe younger
Cleopatra bad brought tbe idea of
milking a royal mausoleum ln the
Shape of a pyramid from Egypt. Portions of ii marble statue of Egyptian
design were found at Cherchel, suggesting thai an Egyptian colony may
once bave* existed there. There nre
two other similar monuments in Algeria, in the provinces of Oran and
Constantlne respectively, tbe latter being considerably older than the tomb
of tbe Christian, which, however, is
the only one referred to in ancient
writings.- Autocar.
THE ELDER TREE.
Once Held In Illicit K. teem iin a Cure
For Epilepsy.
Although tradition tells us that lr
was ou tin elder tree that Judas bunged himself, great virtue bas long been
attributed to it as a cure for epilepsy.
The origin of this belief may be found
ln the following quotation from uu old
book of charms:
"In the month of October, a little
before full moon, pluck a twig of elder
nud cut tbe cane that is between U\u
of Its knees, or knots, lu nine pieces.
Bind these pieces in u piece of llueu,
hang this by a thread nbout the neck
so tbat tbey touch the spoon of tbe
heart, or the sword formed cartilage,
uud tbat Ihey may more firmly stay In
their place bind tbem thereon with a
linen or silken roller wrapped around
the body till the thread break of itself.
The thread being broken and tbe roller
removed tbe charm Is not to be touched at all wdth the bare hands, but
should be taken bold of by some instrument and buried in a place that
nobody may touch lt."
Of course unless tbe instructions
were followed strictly a complete cure
couid not be assured. There is another
superstition about the elder whicb
doubtless bas saved many a boy o
stout caning���namely, that It hinders a
child's growth if used as an instrument of punishment.���Sunday Magazine.
Uiilklnit  to  Ilenlth.
When there is no organic weakness
whicb is aggravated by the exertion It
Is the easiest and pleasantest thing t.
walk right into health, nf course there
ls no virtue in a dawdling walk Tht
slow nnd languid dragging of oae fore-
after tbe other, whii ll s nue people cab
walking. ". iuld . athlete; il ul
terly exhausts ti ive . i ��� ��� ��� ion, and tint!
Is the reason why many delicate people think th, y cau:i ���; walk. To derive any beneiil l ��� :.i the exercise it !.-
necessary to walk with a light, elastic
step, which swings the weight of the
body so easily from one leg to the other thnt its weight Is not felt and which
produces a healthy glow, showing thai
the sluggish blood Is stirred to action
In the mosl remote ve'^\ This sort
of walking exhilarates th ��� wh de body.
gives tone to the uerves and produces
just Unit sort of healthful fatigue
which eneoura.es sound, restful sleep
. ivlli. uiii,.,  Doea  Sot  Enfeeble.
We need not have the slightest fear
that civilized man i . going to become
degenerate from city dwelling or nny
of the "iber strains of civilization.
Contrary i i popular belief, the white
man ..1 I ..lay has a lower death rate,
ii higher at erttge I. ngth of life, is tall
er. hen ler and ��� Ironger ihan any or
his predecessors or any known race of
sua ages. A Imoi i any company of
American nnd English soldiers will
contain men who can outrun, outwref
tic and outswlm ibe best athletes of
any native tribe.   Success Magazine.
Should  Help Himself.
"Yes," young Mr. Tirumld admitted:
"I've always been bashful among the
girl-,."
"But why should you be'.'" asked
Miss Yern encouragingly.
"I can't help myself."
"Gracious!" she exclaimed, pursing
op ber lips. "If you don't help yourself, bow can you expect to get any?"
S ix-i-uliiilon.
Experience proves that those who
gain money rapidly by speculation almost never keep it. and when tbey
have lost it tbey are infinitely worse off
than they were before.���Success Magazine.
Tbe   Operation   of   VUtlnsj   ������������<������
Load* Wllh  Them.
Tbe peculiar properties of an electric
current often lead one to fancy tbat
lt may perchance be endowed with the
spirit of Intelligence, no mysterious are
its inner workiugs.
A most curious use of electricity is
the adoption of lifting magnets In machine shop uud mill practice. An elec
tro magnet in its simplest form consists of a piece of noft iron wound witb
a large number of turns of insulated
copper wire. When au electric current
passes through tbe windings of wire
the electric forces are converted into
magnetic forces and the coil of wire
and core of soft iron assume all the
characteristics of a common steel magnet.
The operation of lifting magnets is
quite simple. The magnet Is attached
to the crane book, uud the ends of the
wire forming the coll are connected
directly with the dynamo. The crane
Is then swung so that the magnet Is
suspended directly over the metal to
be removed. The magnet is then lowered until it comes in contact with the
object, tbe current is turned ou. the
hoist is raised nnd tin- muss of metal
to be moved clings to tbe magnet.
When the load reaches tbe desired
point it may be dropped without lirst
lowering ihe magnet or it may be lowered, ilie current shut oft and the material deposited gently. Tbe crane operator needs no help to load or unload, and the work can be done in half
the time witb a saving of from three
to four men.-  New  Vork Herald.
STRONG  TAL
is not needed to sell Westminster Real Estate. Prices speak for
themselves. Common sense only is necessary. Westminster prop.
erty will become as valuable as in any other city of the Dominion.
Some of us will wake up, in 1910, and find that we are rich; and
simply because we bought some of the snaps offered by McQuarrie
& Co. in 1906.   Procrastination is the thief of time.
�� CHANCE OF A LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bai. easy.
EUREKA!
���'! acres on 6th Avenl
$850, hal;  cash, ff
easv.
THE BLOUSE.
Itw  Xaitie  Cfliiir  Orf|_iiifill.'   l-'riiiu   IV-
-UNii-Eii.   In   Egypt,
The environs of Peluslum, iu lower
Egypt, in uges past stood foremost
among sunny lands where the culture
of Indigo and tbe manufacture of fabrics died Willi it were tbe principal industries. In tbe middle ages, when the
Crusaders landed on tlie coast uf
Egypt aud entered Pelsium, where
Tort Said Is now situated, tbey purchased quantities of tbe blue material,
which tbey cast over tbeir panoply of
war. Afterward tbe same material
was made In France and became tbe
fabric of which tbe working garment
of tbe male peasant was made and is
to this day.
The name of the locality was given
the fabric, and this wus retained by
tbe French production, but contracted
to Pelouse, which later ou was changed
to blouse (pronounced bluzei. The
smock worn by English male peasants
Is u Similar garment and, though it is
not written in history that tbe blouse
crossed tbe channel soon after its
eutry Into France, it would seem
probable from the fact that iu other
times tbe smock was now and then
called a  "biowse."
Thin, fair ladles. Is tbe urigin of tbe
garment of our warmest affection, to
which we have loyally clung for years
In spite of many ruthless detractors
and wlll continue to do so notwithstanding tbe fact that, whether called
"bluze" or "biowse," it is not of aristocratic lineage.
Hin acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, IU acres or
char,!. ���'', acre strawberries planted
ihi-year; alder bottom land: running
spring; house 18 x _-'; frame baru 30
x :'_; M-post frame house and co*
stables, three in nil. stable 8 cows and
'S span horses; near Mission Si at ion;
schools, churches near at hand:
steamer lands twice a day; about let.
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house It! x 24; hen
house made of hewed timber Laid in
mortar, 1_ x 30. A chance of a lifetime, JS.000, $-.(���.. cash, balance at t',
per cent.
The Greatest Snap, bar
none, in the city.
Was $1,350 yesterday; today $1,600
House 7 rooms ; store
front; 1 3-4 acres. $1,600
for the whole lot.
l.nnilir nni]   Word!north.
Walter Savage Landor was an intemperate person iu words aud hated
Wordsworth. Were there ever more
contemptuous words than these of Lan
dor In reference to Wordsworth? "Pastiness and flatness are the qualities of
a pancake and thus far be attained blend. Let hlm place tbe accessories on
the table lest what Is insipid and clammy grow into duller accretion and
moister viscidity tbe more I masticate
it." In Lander's letter to Ralph Waldo
Emerson be writes: "We must now
descend to Wordsworth. He often gave
an opinion on authors which be never
bad read. Plato for instance. He
speaks contemptuously of the Scotch.
I praised a line of Scott's on the doi of
a traveler ]n<i in tbe snow tif I remember) on Sklddaw. He said It was tbt
only good one iu the poem aud began
instantly to recite a whole poem of bis
own on the same subject."
Hilt torn..
Buttons are certainly as ancient as
tbe siege of Troy, in tlie ninth century
before our era. for. both in that unfortunate city and nt Mycnae. Iir. Schlle-
maun discovered objects of gold, silver
Mini bronze which coil) i have bad no
other use lhan lhal Of buttons, In
mediaeval times ibe eii thing of ihc
common people was generally fastened
wiili wooden pegs of ib1, type nnd form
uf those resorted to In emergencies
by the country boy of the pra-, ni day.
Buttons covered with cloth were pro-
blblted by George I. In 1720 to encourage tic manufacture of metal buttons
House  and  lot,  50  x  133,   back  of
brewery,   facing Columbia   St.    Rent. :
for  $14.00  per   month.    Price   $1000, j
half     cash,   balance  in   six   months.
You cannot possibly get a higher per-!
centage for your money than 14 pet-
cent.
Part of lot 1169, joins Lake Commur, I
about 70 acres, only $2,r> per acre. |
Half cash,   Jump.
160 acres in Surrey, _ acres cleared,]
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash, j
balance on time at 0 per cent, subject to sale of timber.
Three full-sized lots, cleared and
fenced, close to car; a good speculation; five minutes frum post office;
$1,800;  easy  terms.
Lot N'o. 10. fn!] size, on Agnes
street, all cleared and fenced, ready
for building: a real good speculation
for $600.
Full sized lot on Mowal street, $225.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil: only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Between Fifth and  Sixth  avenues,
near Seventh  street, eight rooms, all
| modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized  lot,  two   storeys,  $1,000 cash
$2,500.
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per acre
House and lot, 33 x 100, l'_-storey,
situated near Queen's avenue, $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
Snap in Lots.
Three lots, less  16 feet, corner of
Sixth   Streel   and  Finn   avenue.     .lusl
$900. :, in e i asy.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the  city, from  $25.00 to $1,000.00.
Double tenemeni bouse, o rooms lc
each bouse, water, ligb', full size lot,
between First and Second street.
Fourth avenue, on nonh side. Price |
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at C per cent.
SO acres, one mile from Abbotsford, I
10 acres cleared, good  soil, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
I'ii acres improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. If you
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres, Langley, 25 under cultivation; bouse, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good repair; a snap at $3,000, half
cash.
Two-storey bouse, stable, chicken
house, two full sized lots, all modern
improvements, Third street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, $2,250,
$1,500 cash; good snap.
100 acres good farm land in Delta,
about ;',V_ miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 [ier acre; a real good buy.
Full sized lot, Third avenue, between 10 and ii Btreet. Price $225
each.
00 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $_.. per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two vear at 7 per cent.
I
64   acres   in    Pitt    Meadows,  only !
$35 per acre.    One third cash, balance
at  0 p'r cent.
House ani 1'-_ lots, 5 rooms, priee
$1,375. half cash, balance to be arranged at 6 per cent.; Alice street.
House, io rooms, \K lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
j    .lames Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.CO, half cash, balance easy.
House on Royal and Eighth Btreet,
two storeys, .-.even rooms, full sized
lot, $2,000.
180 acre.-, Maple Ridge. Sl ' 111 Ui 2.
29 and 32, Township 9, oni I ali pra!
rie, rest brush and some sma : tn es.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre.) Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, I'itt River Brldg<,
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
1"., .
.,  re
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable 30.x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $ 1 O
per ac. and terms easv at
that.
!''" ���":'    '-       i section ai
Bh,P   '"    '"��� sail J
ar:  er value. |
i'ii��" $1,500, one-tl    .   ...
at 7 per 11 nt,
168 acn     i .^,,
'���''��� '���'       ��� '    . $2,000,
8 and 10 ,: Surra!
miles from Ibi     rer, $10;��aj
1 "���    :. r. . . ..J
'4   Sec.    I; ishlp ll, iwoj
from  Fori   ,'...:.
N'o,   I  land      Pri i   $10 per acnl
third cash        nee on lime, im
intei i  '
LOTS    LOTS    LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
US where you want a lot
and we can supply.
07 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cost $2,500 when built, 20 acres
cleared Price only $3,000, half cash,
balance easy.
Sn acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, in Surrey; good house, o acres
cleared; only $1,000, easy term-.
8-roomed house, all modern Improve-
ments, line location, corner of Fourth
street and Agnes. $5,000, cne half
cash. A comfortable hon.' and ginid
family  residence.
Eight roomed bouse , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvi n street and
Sixth Street, two store;-. $3,750.
House and lot on Agues street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500.
Large lot and two cottages on Co
lumbla street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $1" each.
Five cottages and two lots tm First
-lie'-;, opposite Queen's park. Price
$7,000.
One und a half lots. Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terms to he arranged,
100 acres, all fence!, ready fo; cultivation, good water, half mile from
school, ail ready for cultivation, at
Chilliwack, $75  per .acre
In acres neai' city, $7 pi I a re;
see us for fuller particulars.
Three quarters of an acre and
house on Columbia street, Sapperton.
I:;." acres, one mile from Huntingdon, B.C., 70 aires in grass, I,", acres
'iraine.I and  fenced;   house and bars
Cosl   $2,500;  good  road alon;: on,   ride;
price $50 per acre, half cash, balance
lo suii purchaser al 6 per cent Ken
son for selling, the owner's wife is in
bad health, and has to go to a cold
climate.
i ii..- hun r_ j
'.     Se,    :     . ..���  .;, j
.torn       .bbotsf , reek
through   ���'������   .a .,ijer bottom,!
to   he   $��'.""  wi th  '���'. timber I
 ;"'������:.-      P $10 per acr��,.'|
balance "i. i
Ten acn - IC I, one mil
of Westmln   ���      im tlon Al scif
ily cleared.   $30 ; er acre.
Two stoi ��� I ��� ise  T rooml
sewer   c< nni i ns,  all   _,odeii|
provementi alltj
Terms arran] ���
1 i_-,-'o:c -. \   :������ _. 1
$1,500, e.i-. term u **I
trally located
House, ������'-���A
Sixth street, i >   >' "*|
rooms. $2,500,
Boarding I mi *|
strei'.  om from post
rents at $30 per th, or loi
$4,500.
Seven roi : ��� ' ��� Seven!)
near Fifth avenui two store
sized lot, $1,600.
House.   ��� :..-. ''" t:
street,   corni irth, $2.50��; [
terms.
House,   full       ed   iut, on
street, Sn; perton   rents fo: ! J
montb.    Onl.  $1,050.
Three acr,     S'orth Arm i ��� |
Meals,   $-25.
Just Look!
80 acn-' in Matsqu
nicipality, 4-room noil
chicken' house;   one
cleared; good well, PBj
water. $l,ooO.
of a lifetime.
cm
160 acn _ In !���     '
Coulthard's ra. 'i, $7 ���'   ' !.|
terms;   fi
lb ulars.
Suspicious,
"Mother." says the doubting wife, "1
do not believe Henry is all that he
shouhl be."
"What    is    wrong    witb    bim    now.
Agues?   a short time ago you were
complaining that he stayed oul too late
, of nights.    Is he staying out Inter thai
ever':"
"No. lie spend.-: every evening at
home now. and really that looks to me
as though he had something on his conscience."   Life.
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broke)
 Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Bank of Montreal  Grand Trunk MS^iTiE
ESTABLISHED 181.
Incorporated   by   act   of   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL  paid  up)   	
RESERVE FUND	
....$14,000,000
... $10,000,000
Knew   Hie   l'lnee.
Guest (lu cheap restaurant)���Hen,
���waltc;', this meal is simply vile. J
won't pay for It. Where's the propria
tor.    Walter���He's oul at Jiuich. sir.
He will never apeo__u/lish .ip.ythlng
vrho dreams of what he will do Instead
Ot showing what ho can do,
Incredulous, hut Cheerful.
Father   (al    head    of   stairs,    Ethel,
i what  time  is  it?    Ethel  (In drawing
i room)���It's a quarter pasl  10, father.
[ Father -All right.   Don't forgel to start
the do,-!;  again  after Ibe young  man
goes out to get bis breakfast���Strny
Stories.
Wagner's opera, "Die Melsterslngw,"
, was sung for the first time rn Ainerkx.
I at the Metropolitan Opera Bouse Jiifc
2, 1999.
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    G.    C.   M.
0  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
K. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General  Manager.
General banking business transac ted.
j        Branches in all the principal citi es in Canada, in London, Kn��., New
] York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in al] parts of tho
i world.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTIUENT
NEW WE8TM.N8TER BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, AKent.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and   the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFPALO, NEW YORK nnd
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls, j ���,���_. ,���,, inf0rmtiori can ""W,
For Time Tables, etc., address       | ''or $U|P LANG, General Al��
Vancouver. ">���
Three
Transcontincnta
Trains DaM
��NORTH C0AS1 LIg��y
Electric-lighted tram, gj,
Quick Time. |N
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, sl
AND Aid- POlf
NTS l'E\
a sale t
ADVERTISE IN THE  NEWS
GEO.  W. VAJX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
Steamshir Tickets oi
pean points. _.������.,
Special   Reduced   R**<e .^
Rates  to  Southern Call
_...-.,nil on or ��fl
ml
C. E.
480 Hastings i
A. p. CHARLTON
Portland, 0'*'1-
n DEC.  25.  1908.
TSE DAILY XEWS
PROFESSIONAL
EStDE ���'���'
h sl I
EDMONDS,  Hirris
tors, Blackie Blk.
New   Westminster.
]{. L. Edmonds.
The Dominion Trust Company
DETERMINING LEVELS.
.J ���
'MPT )N BOLE, solid-
ie ?ourt. Offices
:  Commerce  build
treet,  opposite  post
OFFER
a.   Bai
lew Westminster.    Money to
IN- WKVRT & McQUARRIE.
-risters solicitor*, etc. Of
Jiew '.'��� *" luster, Trapp Blk..
'.,....:-. and Lome streets.
�� rooms 21 to 24, 445 Gran
,.;,h Martin, K. C, j.
\\ i.. McQuarrie, H. A
" be In tb.3
Friday  af
The following Valuable RESIDENTIAL
. ��� .PROPERTY and FARM LANDS.
reet
.it.
Mr. Martin  will
���nster offlces every
    TOGETHER   WITH
&   BOWES.  Barrio-
*T* goHcitora, etc., 42 Lorne
,��� >urt House, New
Whealler, P.O. Box
jnpp .URTIN, Barrister and
* ., hon block, Colum
',. K .   ... streets. New West
6. C,
The Finest Selection of VACANT LOTS
in the City of New Westminster
 FOR   SALE	
MMbod by  Which r.st-rr Maa Mar �����
IIU   own   Knnrrnf.
A simple way of roughly determining lev-!-, and one which can readily
be practiced by any one and which has
the ' ��� _��� - of not re.juirliie any
special apparatus, la by means of a
=p!rit level and a board with a straight
edge The way to go about It is this:
First determine on two point., the levels of whicb you wish to know and
drive stakes into the ground. Then
take a board with a straight edge and
tack it to a tree, if one happens to be
available, in a Hue with these two
Btakes. Put the board at rucIi a height
that you can readily <ight over it and
carefully lev.-l this hoard by means of
: the spirit level. Then sight it over toward one of the stakes,  baring some
. one at tbat stake who will, by means
of :i Btnall piece of paper, locate the
point at which your line ".'' vision cuts
it In other words, where a line projected from your sighting board would
strike the stake. Make some sort of
mark at this poinl and then sight I i
the other Mak" In the same way and
: mark the point n ler" the III e would
strike it. By measuring distances that
these two points are ibove the ground
you can get the difference In levels
with reasonable accuracy, for Instance,  If your 1 ue of vision  has  i it
X
���*'"'���
in ���'.
��� ��� Solli ;��� >r
.   i      ce slnci
imster, B.C.   Of-
- Block, Clark-
te   Co irt Hous
lone 61.
i
.���    .
*-.',:���:
OF TRADE.���New   Westmln-
:  Trade  meets In the
,..'       t.  Hall, as follows:
lay of < ich  month.
-..-.   on   the  seen I
L [     Fei ruary,    May.
B ber, at 8 p. m.
on    the    second
Fe1.ruary.      N'e*
be   proposed   and
���   mthiy or quarterly
A, K. Wh''e, Sec.
$2,500.
tn
:
six
ll
SECRET   SOCIETIES
202.���
ii ib   .   i'.
Prici   $2,200.
-
I   IOUI a .... ���   ��� . ,.     ..
iurned
%1 i0; abo     .... a   vVe :
minst ���:.    Pi. - $600;
hase
203���S
ill;  divided ii es lol      two
if the ��� 5co       iad; will
make ea fru .-farm
near   l _ i  ]   nn   - li
Pi        $15  per acre:
.. I    ."-:'. . Ing
212���1 ��� ' in Sum
-iv   the  S ��� "
��� .il". -    . ���  ,  are      - a    ���" ai res; N'i
1 '���'���'��� ' :    :   ' ' '       ' ��� ��� ' '��� ';"' I I:_ miles from
1' '������   ��� office
one stake .���._���'��� I  fei
ti 1 thi   other one
re
I   :.
-   :.      ������.
Mf de-
t from the ground
five feet from the
ground, then obviously the difference
in level j- three feet. "r. in "ther words,
the vicinity of iii ��� stake on w hich the
mark Is five feet from tii" ground la
three feet higher than tbe other stake,
an,] you will hive a three fool fall |
from drain i _- from this point to tii"
other.���Farming.
���
THE ELOQUENT NUDGE.
lan       Prici  $2,230.
-       a      ���   -
ffi     '   .
oarn on
Vail
east end o      t; ile
is ������ Sn i de "ii the md is not
to royalty I
a    .
Offer wanted,
a     . '   a  r. I
LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. A A. M
reg .       meeting    of    this
p   .-  \v ���!' .���-���:.'   ii
in., in
I" i,     Sojourning
} .: I)  invited to at
...   DeWolf  Smith
eing   me       tbe     ICG
Reas 'ii-
���     a
bac
.���40 acres   un
Scott
$10 per acre.
I80LOMON  LODGE,  ''O.  17.  A
i   ���.'    Regular  ��� emmunlca
ire held on lh.
.:. 'i   :.   mtt   it
��� ���   i  |..  m.    Visit
| -liii'.v   Invitee
Q'lchrlat, Sec.
CITY  PRECEPTORY, No. -~Y-
;���:    ' el a  se, md   an 1
. F '  ������ ti h  month,  at   *
hall,   corner   ol
ivenu        I J ihn BtreeL    So   S"0  Per  acre
.��� - hi -   cordially   in
W. F.. Dunlop, W
E. M        I   8,   K-'g.
-
there i
: .'��� .    . ��� . ���������     ��� :.    in  '... -   pi '
1.       .        es have beei
- . .     ������      ���       ��� - len lidlj
.... i rer il 1 s_s ol  w ttei
���;    . - -  ���   . the  Sei   ��� :.   :
ivei    :-   imn edlai n ag;   thi
_hole :     tutes   the
:.-i d iir.
��� all i ���
'.'���:.���
���   .  i ..:. .
y
S100 i-i
'...-.���       .. '-    ..
i  i*ty;  Po     Kells  stati in,
ureal N irthern Railway, is   n adjoin-
:- '���-'���   ���������-   '���' ���   steamboai    landing,  scho il,
������  :'' store, po      iffi   ���. a mvenient;
'  :,;. uiiles from i ii    ol New  Westmin-
es    cleare i.  h iuse,
.he :    ��� 5 this propertj   lies  . i
~  con ���  a -. ma    et, it   :,   very
dtr\  farms;  good soil
Pri     $2,000.
a es; 1 mi ��� fi im i To. er-
lale; log hous, ..��� to i res cle ired   i     i tltivatioD .  s ime fenc-
:. loi . .' I . oa Is. s ime ce-
iir timbe Price $1,250:
I0, balance terms to suit.
. .   ..��� .
ish $l,i
::
Clio���16 i acres
ed a
���.'
if ���.        $10 per ace.
���
���    .:   Xew
':   .
IL ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1151
nets In i     i ge  h ill   H ���'���   ai
|. I month al  6 i
'    ���]    i:e   ""   :
1.    E   i..  Matthias
J. Hud is   Kee.-Sec.
:   ���
IO.       ��� ���    '   .
Westn   ' Offer want
F.-AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
if   this   lodge
I- ws' h ill, Colum.
: ���
'
Monda       ������ ning.
��� .- hi  thren cor-
:    A   P. llalla-
a.: .   Rec   Sl
U, W.-FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
���""���' :    ���  '-..1 third Tues
,!n    ' Vi-iting
" ' ��� , to attend
���"      ��� '    W. hall, Odd
I treet,  C
ler;   la tils Witt,
:
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$125   per   sere.
��� ���     "   '   ���    -
Wesi .  ������
Bay, Offers Wanted.
501     ;
: '' R o b i
iiin
. u .
: ���   ac ���      this is a fine ... .
I   .... rove ;. in good oeighboi hi  id;
--  imi ���' ived;  dwelling,  b irns,
pens, root house;  lan 1 all
. - ������:.    '  grass;   Clover Ial i   . a
. .'.   G,  N*   It. on i'l'i. erty;   11    ... ��� -
N'ew   W esi minster;   goo i  roa I-.
.  churches, mills, Price $14,000;
*       ' cash, balance $1,000 per
inti rest 6  ; er < enl
It'    Surrej   Centre;   50 .tare.-,    hi -
of  laud, exi ellentlj   situa
large i of a bich Is good
easily i ea e 1: the othei  , '
. . hter  soil,  b il   ha - a  large
ol    i tluable    timber   worth
,\ hich Is ii'--.   I "in.; hatile i to
I;   ihen   is   i  fine  new  "���
he i ���; goo I well.
Prb ' S2.C0-; terms on
An   Ji.'lU.ni   lllu. trallnu:   n   Trnll   In
\\i>nij��n''*   Naliire.
"Do you see the woman walking In;
front of us there;" asked the man with
the fashionable tie to tbe friend who
was strolling up Broadway with him.
"Do you notice anything particularly
striking about her: Nothing, except
that she is very well dressed? That's
what I wotdd say. Now. I'll bet you
half a dollar that wbeu she pusses the
three w mien walking just ahead of her
all three will nudge each other sinnil-
tane msly."
The woman behind was walking
faster than the three in front and she
soon passed them. The three women
looked her over fmm foot to bead, then
nudged each other with their elbows as
if possessed with the same thought
"How did yon know it?" Inquired tbe
friend us the other pocketed tbe half
dollar.
"I didn't know it," was tbe reply. "If
I had It would bave been taking an un
fair advantage of yon to bet. But I
wns reasonably certain of It. There Is
a certain indescribable something In
some women's maimer, appearance and
carriage thaf causes all other women to
nudge each other at s^ht of her. I
couldn't tell you just what it is. but I'm
ready to put up a wager "ii It every
time. The nudge Is simply a part of
women's sign language which means
something that cannot be put Into
words, but which ev
:
That This May Be
The Brightest,
Happiest
CHRISTMAS
You have ever known
Is the wish of
T. 1 TRAPP & CO.
The Hardware Store
Columbia Street
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve'Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.
B. E.  "WALKER,  General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
A  GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Farmers  for   their  banking
understands." - New York Press,
Every facility  afforded
cashed   or  taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MA!I.-���Deposits   may he made
ither woman | Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
business.    Sales   Notes
withdrawn oby mail.
���"   a    .        .    Ill
a  r;   flrs
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:
i  tplendi 1 lo-
-..iil;:  prac-
,��� ire I   anil   un ler
ion "     V:i! Ung -:
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wh a
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Pi
per
:   i"i,   miles   from   town;
He  fr 'in Cloverdale
hurehi hool,   municipal
all adj lining;
Price $1,500; term -
The  Word   "trunk."
Crunk in the sense of an eccentric
person Is a new u ird The very first
written Instance of crank In the mod
era sens.' thai could be found for Dr
Murray's dictionary was in the reports
of the trial of Gulteau, President Gar
lield's murderer. Gulteau's refcrenci :
to somebody as a crank gave the word
a vogue that has gone on spreading
But the adjective cranky was Known
!u ITnT as meaning sickly (the German
"krnnk"), and to Dickens in the senses
of cross and ore, holy. In all its mean
Ings It springs from the root idea ol
crookedness, ns docs crank In lis sis
teenth century sense of n deceitful
trick, as In "ipulps and cranks "
NEW* WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS.
R. DAVIDSON. Manager
S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ONE OF MANY
A FIRST-CLASS
HOME
lam
LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY
.
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when
iod sl icp farm.
offli e   ind  Hlo  '
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month
Colun    i    r*!.. ni
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R,   li   Stlnch
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Pi        $30
per
;   ��� n
P ���
$10
E7TE.
No.   .099,  I.O.F
ii   thp
the   small
Visiting
11 to al
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posit;   goo
goo I  cultlva
ner i I lol.   bul
ling   21x31),   I1:    '"
good    ������    ��� a i ���    ' "
built  and  fltt, :      n
Ins,    sheds
P        $65 cer ace: , a i'i i
terms i in        i ran - '  ' '
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nimpi ivoil;
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Prii
The   lll.liir.    of   Tiu-lln..
The entire history of Tacltlis, as we
have the work, cas regained from a
single copy round in the fifteenth cen
turj in n in mastery "f Westphalia, i
ihn ue should owe tha worka of this
aiiih ir ia one copy Is .1 remarkable clr
emi. imi' e. in' ih.- Emperor Tacitus.
who claimed 1 > bo a descetidnnl of the
historian, had copies of the historj
placed in everj llhrarj of the eniplri
and each yen- had len copies trausi rib
������il f ir presentation to ncholara All, 11
soems, perlsho.l, save the Wostphallan
copy
82 acres of first-class  land, sboul   SO acres improved,  excellent
bearing orchard, standard varieties ol frail    Peach, Apple, Pear, Pltti s
Prunes, Walnuts; good dwelling'house and outbuildings; centri :   s  1
ated, good road,   st, 'e, telephon, r school, chu   ' con
venient; excellenl transportati -. facil   1
Price  ^��'>.^<>0.  , easl 1 i'co 6 per cent.
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
The Royal Bank of Canada
V*T ROYAL Cr
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solved  when a
his o\\ 11  bus.ness '
"Ves.    I,ill    U's    Ih
the
nun,���,hi ..
ie world's happiness I
person   Icarus  to  min.'
It: one:
absolute securli j   to dei ���
,nd you will never regrei 11     r
9 1  .RT Ni">\\  to sine your money
l<     things every day and have
ther  ball'   that
can
"Wliar
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Home  '
I trouble.
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Mrs, J   "���'���    I'e yoll appreciate whal
thai  Is  \ n 1  are oiling'/    Tramp  (With
lii,. nioiiiii 1 iiii No'ml Mrs. Jones-
Well, ihai Is a lyre I cake with wine
lolly nml whipped cream, Tramp���Oh,
well, iltiytlllug tastes good when a IVl
ler's linniiiy. nium:   New York Press.
nothing to show for it
ONE DOLLAR opeir
ably b<' nothing, bul ONE
ii n > pai s amount to $'",'4:
an accouni     Pni 11 in your pocket, it would prob-
DOLLAR    deposited every week wilh us will in
0,    THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 3 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manger.
THOS. R. PEARSON
MANAGER
Him.   IIf  Know  Iti
Fair I'assemrer Tbey sny ymi can't I
fool 11 street ear conductor with a
plugged nickel, bul 1 worked ono on. 1
ni him a few minutes ago. Tbe Other i
Passenger��� 1 know It, madam. Ho
pave it to me In change Just now.���Chi- \
cago Tribune.
Columbia Street,
Next Bank of Commerce
The   -tos 1  Literature.
Tho host literature of our day Is not
111 fiction. It Is In poetry. In biography,
In history and In criticism.���London
.Sphere.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufactureit*3*�� Co.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
,--*'.���������"' !    !
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THE DAILY NEWS
POULTRY!
TURKEYS AND GEESE
Drawn   and  Undrawn
7%e onfy </raum AiWs in the city.   ORDER EARLY
G. ADAMS~    -1
inn x/'___ii_i   jjuhtto ��.,.
Ml AM KM )fl|K (j|(TC|W. S. COLUCTERln
Matin                    fm this column should 1* ad-    f ���Iff IfflL/ VI11     I l__F i ���^^   -*  *���<*%     IV     I
dressed.     Social  Kditor, Daily  News, P.O.           "                 W 'W - ���     ��� w | ^^    ��� |
ll,,_ i__   New We_tftiin_-er " **
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
dressed.   "Social  Kditor. Daily  News, I'. O
Hex -111'. N.w Westminster."
Mr. and Mrs F. W. Phillips left on j
the Owl train last evening for Seattle,-
where they will go to spend Christmas)
with   their  folk.     They expect  to re-j ������
turn here on  Wednesday  morning.     .Out  .tesent line cf
Useful-Ornamental
W.  J.   Nell,  of  Chilliwack,   wan
Isitor in the city yesterday.
Nickel Plated Copper Ware
Dr.  ii.  Eden   Walker bas  returned  Is  ._nk,,lv  of the highest  duality in-i
from a short trip to Nanaimo. eluding
M
TOYS, all kinds, from 5c to $7.50 ea.
DOLLS, all styles and prices
FANCY GOODS, a beautiful selection; useful, pretty, inexpensive
FINE CHINA, a splendid assortment
Come and See the Grand Display at
MORFV^ Columbia St.
lrM\SM\��J  __       Sj      New Westminster
I
���THF
I
A. K. Rugg of Summerland, son of
Kev. Dr. and Mrs Rugg, arrived in the
city   on   Saturday     and     will    spend
Christmas at bis parental bome.
F. It. clover lefi on Sunday tor his
home   in  Armstrong, where   be   will
'. spend Christmas.
.1. H. Howes, wlio recently sold oat
bis law practise here, is opening up
;i practise in Vernon.
.1. H. Kennedy, Mi', was busy yes-|
lerday receiving and returning the
Christmas greetings of bis friends. Mr.
Kennedy i.s glad to have even a week
amid the green lawns nnd sofl breezes of New Westminster, after the
��� snow and frost of the Kast. Ile will
have io be otf to Ottawa again early
next  week.
.Miss Edith Crake bis returned from
Salmon Arm. and will lie a! home to
her friends, Wednesday, .lan. 2, afternoon and evening.
Mr.   and   Mrs    E,   T.   Wellman,   of
l'ort Moody, formerly of Dawson City,
are lbe guests of Kev. and Mrs. W.  H. '
Barraclough.
Percolators
Serving  Dishes
Tea and Coffee Pots
Cream and Sugar Dishes
F've   O'Clocks.
Chafing   Dishes.
We invite you tc c.iii and examine.
Heartily thank the public
for their more than liberal
patronage, and wish them
all most cordiallv
ANDERSON X LUSBY
Special Xmas Offer!
$20.00  Sails  for    $18.00
$22.00  Sails  for   $20 (.0
$25 mi  Suits ior    $22.00
$8.00 Pants for  $5.00
All Suits Made to Order.
YEE KEE & COMPANY
Merchant Tailors.
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED
P. O. Hex i'AA
139 Columbia St.       New Westminster
II
A Merry Christmas
AND A
Happy New Yeai
WHITE HOUSE
NEW   ARRIVALS
IN
Ladies' Collars and Belts
The Daintiest we have ever shown
George B. Johnston, manager of the '.
Vancouver  branch of Johnston's Big
Shoe House, bas returned to Vancouver after being detained here for the
jas! two weeks as a result of a severe
Illness.
Capt Hunter, of tbe passenger
steamer Transfer, is enjoying the first
holiday in ten years and has left on ;
i visit to relatives on Mayne island
witli whom be will spend the festive 1
season, Capt, Gilchrist is in charge
of the boat during Capt. Hunter's
absence.
FOR
j AJ. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia St. ^
SPECIAL
By ToDay's Express
Two Shipments of
Holiday Slippers
One from Utz and Dunn, Rochester,
New York.
The other came from Blum Shoe Co.,
Dansville, New York.
Call ant! see them, they are beauties.
What would be more acceptable?
The Transient Throng.
Guichon���W. Adams and w-ife, Soda
Creek: .1. W. Collis. D. Malcolm. Vancouver: E. F. Spoffard, New York: W.
.1 McNeill. Chilliwack: I.. M. Lofttts
and wife, New Vork: W. Halt Cook,
Barnet: and six members of tbe Quin-
ej Adams Sawyer company
Windsor���I.. Wheeler. A. A. Winkler, Millside: A. Tisdale, Barnet; F.
Parmentier and wife. Ladner: c. H.
Lewis. Elgin. W. .1. Atkinson. Winnipeg: .1. L. Klein. Pitt River; li. McN'air. Tynehead; Mrs Barron. Bellingham; .1. Huddletoti and wife. Clayton.
Colonial���W. .1. Leary, l'ort Guichon; D. M. Ellis. Ladner; S. Douglas, |
Matsqui;   R.   Bansfield,   Abbotsford,
INSURANCE
against Fire
and
Assurance
in Rea] Estate investments
consult
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
May Christmas Bring
You Joy is the wish of
J. A.  Lee,   the  Fur-
niture Emporium.
PERFUMES
Last   Night'6   Play.
it  was clearly demonstrated nt  the
i pera house lust night thai the attractions of Christmas eve festivities, and
Christmas preparations, have a strong-
e ��� pul!  on   the  public of New  Westminster   ihan  evii    an   entertaining
theatrical   performance.     The   actors
li 1 their pari as well as could be expi   ���"! in lace of ihe rows of empty
.-'.iis     'Die cas' was a  fairly strong
' ne  and ail did iheir best, Inn it was
!nt."'l   work.      W.   A,   Williams,   in   Mi"
title roil, acted  his par:  brightly;   II
:     ter, as Arthur HaBtlng -. pui plant}
o; expression into his lines, an I Jane
'I'. ��� i.  as    the    i.linl    girl,    besides
chai ming  'ii" audleni e  bj  her prettl-
acted   In-v   pai i   very   cleverly.
The whole company  deserved a betti i
: '
GALORE! ^^^
All the Leading Lines, put
up in suitable packages for
Xmas Presents
ALSO
BRUSH and COMB CASES
TRAVELING SETS
TO/LET SETS,  Etc., etc.
A good supply at
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block,        -        Xew Westminster
NOTICE.
Notice  is  hereby  given lhal  thirty
da ������.- after date  I Intend i i apply to
, tbe Honorable,    the    Chiel    Commissioner   of   Lands   and    Works,   for   a
special license to cut and carr) away
following  described
:i.'iil'er   from  H     ^^^^^^^
lands:
No. i. Commencing at a posl planted on the Dominion Boundary Line,
on Sharpe's creek, aboul halt a mile
northeast of Pitl Lake, thenci North
8l chain--, ihence Wes: Mi chains.
thence South so chains, thence is.r-i
80 chains to poini of commencement.
No. ; Commencing at a po.-' planted on the Dominion Boundary Line a'
the commencement of Claim No. l.
Ihence Last 80 chain-, thence North
~-i'  chains,   thence  West      u  ��� bains,
What else could you buy that would be appreciated more
than something serviceable, comfortable, and stylish. All
these qualities are found in our stock of Xmas Slippers.
Endless colors, endless varieties,
endless shapes
Extra help, extra stock, extra values await those who
visit our stock in search of holiday footwear.
Remember the only place you can buy the famou
"Dr. Jaeger's" Slippers.
W.E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Store
Presentation.
A  irty gl ven by the peo-
ol   tii"   Lutheran   church  of this
ci: .   was  tendered  to 'i.e  Rev,   B.   A.
-   a i at liis bome, corner Fifth avenue
��� ; Fifth streel recently, when Jacob
.gun id -on.   on   behalf   of   the   eon
gregation, presented ihe pastor wiib n
r ceipi   iar a  steel range worth  $?o,
and also a well filled purse.    Mr. Sand
a, - epte I   ihe   "ift.  ami   in   a suitable
li1.,   acknowledge:!   ihe   kindness   of  i
hi.- people, after which a vocal enter-ll
talnment  took   place,  .Mrs  Sand   andji
'he members of the church choir con-:I
; r; but ing.
Christmas   Services.
A midnlghl Communion service was
held al midnlghl lasi nighl in Holy
Trinity Cathedral, Decorations of a
Christmas character had heen introduced in H very artistic manner .'ind
there was a good attendance. Woodward's Communion service in A flat,
was rendered by the choir.
There will he a special Christmas
service in all ibe Anglican churches
a'   li a.m. today.
The regular monthly meeting of the
W.C.T.U,, will be held tomorrow afiernoon, at   ihe residence of Mr... F,
P.   Maxwell
��� '��� I Fourth avenue.
corner of Seventh streel
; thence South   .0 chains I  :...|
commence!:.��� H~~
No, ::. Cornm. m i g n a
led mi chains North of pos; tei
crlbed in Claims N'o. 1 and Ltd
North mi   , hains,   thence Ett'f
chain- thenci South SO rhalns.
West su chai:.-  a   poinl of coaB
ment.
THE   FRASER   RIVER LUMBER (j
J   ROSS SHARPE
Stcreivfl
Staked,  \,,\   29,    ������ I.
-   P   T': imps :.
FARMERS,
fte Fraser River Tannei
PAYS THE HIGHB
PRICE   EOR   HIDE
1906-1907
Christmas Greeting
*��� beg to thank our numerous real estate and general clients for ihei.
P"t Patronage, and to express the hope  thai   relations thai  hav	
UDU8Ua,]y   "'"aS:""   :'""  "^factory may be continued during the ensuln,
7"-    We have ^ne a large volume of business   win,  ������.   public  rtur.n,
'"" y<*r now closing, Involving some large real estate transfers     Man.
, dealSWereWUhc])ent�� ^0 have   been   business   friends   for   -a    .
'!"" �����y "���* ���mis bave been opened win, people sen, to us by satis-
";;"  ClJentS*     '^ ttose who read this  card    of   thanks,   and   who  are   no,
Clients  of  ours    we cm   antol,
can sarelj promise satisfactory business relation. 1/our
services as real estate, financial a,,,, insurance experts arc employed We
extena t0 all our best wishes for a Happy and  Prosperous New Year,
F- J- HART  &  CO., Ltd.
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