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Lla.vil.    is    Irisnrfr-K   nr.r.   The member* presenl  were Mrs. , islemd and offered  to put  up the  m
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Good   Shots.
The gunners    t thc
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Prince   i_ouIs   of   Battenberg,
le a record of lm; hits out of
hots from the 9.2-incli tin l fi-inch
guns.    This was accomplished' during
ilie recent gun practice in Arancl Hay,
with   the   targel   four   miles  distant.
The crew of the DraW. thus head the
whole rtiilish fleet both in gun laying
uud battle practice competitions.
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RUFFIANS HOLD SWAY
IN SAN FRANCISCO
L-:a!   Man   Wri.es   of   What   H.    Saw
in   Ruined Califorman
City.
Provincial Constable Dean- has received a letter from his brother. D.
Deane. who is well known in -his city,'
and who was for some time connected ,
with the provincial police :"or.��-. which
gives the information that the writer'
was in the employ of an engineering
Arm in Palo Alto, Cal. The weather
the-" was hot, ami all through the
ct. . / the figs were growing in lus- I
cious profusion "n the trees. The
heat was too great for comfort, but
otherwise he was delighted with the
country. The expense of living was
high, but the labor element rule l, and
wages were also high. On passing
through to the stm'.h. he Btayed off (or
a Bhort time in San Francisco, whe:..
he found that the i in less element apparently prevail"!, ll was nlghl when
he landed In the ruined clt). an I the
first thing thai hapi ene I to him was
��� ������ fighi with .1 ruffian who gi ibbe I
him mi the platform. The police were
api irentl) in league with the whiske)
i iloon ki epi rs, an 1 allow ill kinds of
viciousness to pass unchecked The)
also seemed to have -heir own trou-'
iles, as nearly all of them were
shabby In appearance, with torn uniforms,    There   were'   frequent    street
ips,   and  a   lot   of  buildings   were
.-���an ling   half   completed   on   account
la ior sl rikes.
The Owl.
Effective Dec. 9, the new night train
on the Great Northern will go into
service between Seattle, Vancouver
inl Intermediate points. This train
will be known as "The Owl." The
numbers of these trains will be -75
southbound anil 276  northbound.
N'o. _7- will leave Vancouver 11.30
p.m. daily; Xew Westminster, 12.10
a.m.; Blaine, 1.20; Bellingham, 2.30;
Harris Avenue, 2.40; Burlington, 3.35;
Mt. Vernon, .'1.16; Everett, 5.28; and
arrive  Seattle 7."') a.m
Xo. 276 will leave Seattle 11.30 p.m.
daily; Everett, 1.05 a.m.; Mt. Vernon,
2.45; Burlington, 2.55; Harris Avenue,
3.50; Bellingham. 1.00; Blaine, 3.00;
New Westminster, 6.20; and arrive
Vancouver 7.00 a.m. Stops will be
made in both directions at all agency
stations, and on flag at all other sta-
��� tons.
Northbound this train will carry a
standard sleeping car Seattle to Bell-
ingham, and a standard sleeper Seattle
to Vancouver; southbound there will
I te- sleeper Vancouver through to I
.- tattle, and one sleeper Bellingham to
Seattle.  The cars will lie ready for oc-
Tide Table-Fraser River
For week ending Dec. 7. 10 16.
XEW WESTMIXTSER.
High Low
Water. Water.
Dec.  :;        8.45 2.45
18.05 13.-5
Dec.   1        9.15 3.20
18.35 14.55
Dec.   5       10.05 4.00
19.10 15.50
Dec.   6      10.45 4.10
20.00 11*1.45
Dec.  7      11.25 5.00
21.15 17.15
Dec.   8      12.00 5.25
22.55 18.40
Dec.   9      12.10 3.5ii
  19.35
SAXD HEADS.
High. Low.
Time. Ht Time. Ht.
Dec.  3     8.06   13.1 0.15   1.9
17.2'*.    11.0 13.26   9.8
Dec.   i      8.46    13.2 0.50   2.1
17.56 10.6 14.23   9.8
Dee    5     9.26    13.2 1.28    2.5
18.32    10.3 15.19   9.7
Dec,   6    10.05    13.1 2.09   2.9
19.19     9.8 16.13   I'.I
Dec.   7    10.44    12.9 2.53   3.5
20.34      9.3 17.u'l   8.8
Dec   8    11.22    12.8 3.40   4.3
22.15      8.9 17.58    8.1
Dec.   '.'    11,59    12.8 1.34    5.1
23.57 9.0 18.48    7."
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"SAVORY"
���SEAMLESS���
ROASTER
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Impossi
in a country growing like ours for property to remain long ^
cheaply as you can get it now. The biggest fortunes in Canada have
been made from Real Estate, and the smallest capital is sufficient.
We have many excellent properties both in town and country,
but prices are rising rapidly. Don't let outside investors secure all
the snaps; do a bit yourself; do a bit of thinking, and become a
landed proprietor of your own.
Many, very many, of the properties we have been advertising the
past few weeks, have been sold, and there are several new ones in
this advertisement, and all splendid purchases.
The Greatest Snap, bar
none, in the city.
House 7 rooms ; store
front; 1 3-4 acres. $1,350
for the whole lot.
Three   quarters   of   an   aere   and
house ":i Columbia  street. Sapperton.
HOTEL  FOR   SALE.
Full sized lot.   $20,000.
Size of lot 88 1-2 x 66.
cupancy  at terminals
p.m., an!
particular attention is directed lo tiie
; i ������ thai passengers for Bellingham
and Vancouver northbound, and Seattle southbound will nol be disturbed
until 7.30 a.m., unless 'hey request
herwise. Berth i il ��� will be $1.50
etween all points
The   public's  attention   is  also  dl-
��������� ;   -,i -le- fact  -ha* on 'he   .outh-
��� tel trip, passengers using this train
ran make close connections .1* Seattle
��� -   ��� he Northern Pacific P rl lan I   ���:; I
Hi boi train leaving Seatth   al
��� ,    a in.,   and   ��� he   1 Ira;  -    Harbor
iin   ������  ving al  ..35  i.m.    On the re-
a   trip  , pnm    Ions   ire   ilso made
Poi lan i and inti   tnedi te   ioini s.
���CAR SUPERIOR to any other
*��� roaster made. Not an ounce of
substance lost; other roasters waste
10 to 20 per cent. Needs no water,
grease or attention of any kind. It
simply asks to be let alone. Retains
all juices and flavors; renews the
youth of the toughest fowl.
CLEANABLE
No corners or seams to become filled
with burned grease.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
A Snap!
18 Lots in
Burnaby
ADJOINING CITY
ONLY
LIMITS
Part of lot .69, joins Lake Coninuir,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.   Jump.
���it   acres   In   Pitt    Meadows,  only
$35 per acre.   One third cash, balance
at ii per cent.
Three full-sized lots, cleared and
fenced, close to car; a good speculation; five minutes from post office;
$1,800;  easy terms.
House and lot, 33  x  100,  l'_ storey,
situated   near  Queen's avenue, $1,150.
j It's up to you to stop paying rent.
160 acres,  Westminster  district, 4n
j acres  under  cultivation,  10 acres  or
I chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
j x  32;   14-post   frame  house  and   co v
j stables, three in all, stable S cows and
I 2 span horses;   near  Mission S'ation;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about ioo
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged;   $2.oon   refused   for   standing
timber;  carriage  house   16  x  21;   hen
house  made of hewed timber laid  in
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a lifetime, $8,000,  .I.oiiO cash, balance at 6
; er cent.
160 acres on the Scotl roa 1. 1.". at res
tloaied;   barn  50  x 30;   stables,  etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per aere. $1,	
cash, balance eas.-,.
160 acres good farm Ian Ma  1 lei
about ;;'_  miles from river, near Scotl
road, $12 per acre; a real ,^'��ii buy.
Between   Fifth  and   Sixth  avenues,
near Seventh street, eight  rooms, ell
I modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized   lot,   two   storeys,   $1.   cash,
$2,500.
Double tenement house, 1'. rooms in
each house, water, light, full size l t,
between First and Second street, I
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, halt' cash, balance in one year
at 0 per rent.
so acres, one mile from Abbotsford,
110 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
j trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
i in three equal payments at reasonable
I interest.
150 acres improved  land,  buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
'all under cultivation. $15,000.    If you
| c;in   handle   this,  don't   delay;   it's   a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres, township 11, section 1",
'two miles from Fort Langley; "i acre.
I slashed, $1,000, one-third cash.
160 acres, Langley, 21 under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, ele. all in
good repair; a snap at $3,000, half
rash.
To Exchai-je Soldiers,
.���  ..   !)��� ,���   -.    [niperia    1
in  sol   ���       prom! 1     ���   ine ��� .
1    . ���    if War S     etai    Hal la ie'_
enl   lisbandnient of     mt    1    ta    ill
of ihe Bri    h .   11     in rthei am e
of tin   general progran 1 . ,a, .
Tl ������ nc .'.   m  '.'ne ti     vill  I     initla ed
i  'i   uen nho lateli   II ban le ��� from
thi   I hati illon ol the Mam hester
tglment,   nn 1   wh 1  in    It 1111 irj   mil'
proceed to ran; la to Join th      1 imin-
I   'II    l'l -.       'I'll''    1.   Willi   lhl   ..    "A ive 1
,ind families, will be 'aia",   1   Ih
of tbe   Cana llan  government,  antl   it
1.1 understoo I that  contingent - of Ih ���
garrison   a: tilli r\.   �� hich  sh irl!;.   will,
������  di ibande i.  . ;'i   [ illow  suit.    The '
war office authorities are hopeful 'hat l
the movemenl  will develop and  later
a system of e_ 1 hange will be arrange 1
by which Canadian troops rati 'rr met
and sent tn England and British troops
.''���nt   t 1   Can   la.   with   t:t ���   object  of'
inure t loseli   ive] liiin the sen Ices Into ,
aa Imperial force.
Killed by Explosion.
Calumet, Mich., Der. 6.���As a result 01' tin explosion of fourteen boxes1
of blasting powder in the twenty-first
level oi' No, 8 shaft of the Munsey
mine, lasi night, Wm. Congtn, a miner,
is ileal, nil Dennis Shea was fatally
Injured, .lal. Handy and John Sullivan are seil<     I    Injure I     Fori 5  men
V ere   ill   Hie      liafl    at    tin,'   time   of 111"
explosion, an! many were overcome
by gas. The.', were taken from tlie
mine through No. 0 shaft ir r ssc lers
rh" ex] i'i ! 1 il  d , much dam- j
age lo ilia mine workings. '
$400
	
WHITE & SHILES
2f)0 Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
FOR YOUR XMAS
COOKING
Brandy
Sherry
Port
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1,100 cash.
SOLD
but they can be bought
again for $1,350. This
is the most perfect illustration of how it pays to invest in real estate.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
Two-storey house, stable, chickon
house, two full sized lots, all modern
improvements, Third street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenues, $2.2*30,
$1,500 cash; good snap.
r ill -;/.������ I l i' mi Mowai -- reet, $223.
House mi  Royal   and  lilghth   Sti
���-.vi  storeys, seven  rooms,  fall  Blzed
lot,   $2,000.
House,    le   rooms,  1'_    lots,   ne ir
1-- in-; nne   and   Seventh   street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arrang   I
James Inlet, three square mile-, r
$6.00, hall' rash, balance easy.
ISO a re-, Maple Ridge, Sections 28,
2'.i ani :12, Township 9, one-half pral
ri", re I brush and some Bmall trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per arte; Sec-'
Lion 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $5.
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, I'itt River Bri Ig ���
Terms, half cash, balance one and tw I
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agenc
07 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cost $2.."*>111�� when built, 20 acres
cleared. Price only $3,000, half cash,
balance easy.
lii'i acres in Surrey, near Brown &
Coulthard's ranch. $7 per acre;  good
terms;    fruit   lands;   see   us   for   i'i:
ticulars.
So acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, in Surrey; good house, 0 acres
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms,
.-roomed house, all modern Improvements, line location, corner of Fourth
Streel and Agnes, $5,000, one half
cash A comfortable home aud ginii
family   residence.
Eight-roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street an I
Six'h street, two storeys, $3,750.
House and lot on A^nes street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500.
Large bit and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
a-  $10 each.
House on Brantford street, rents $1",
per month. Will sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, balance easj
Five cottages and two lot- on First
.-!iim", opposite Queen's park, Price
$7,000.
One and a half lots. Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terms to be arrange I.
io acres near tit. . $7 -. - icre:
see  ns  fiir fuller  pit til ill .ra.
20  acre   blocks,   frull   land-,   near
Junction,  $20  per acre
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a
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son For sel Hi
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bad health,
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climate
160 acres, N i
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ship   I",   Langli
aci ��� -   cleare 1
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Price $1,500.
i    "I
i"  7  per cen'.
168 acres,
,  '���'���
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,000,
j and 10 i
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miles from the
no
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1 i'.n acre
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21-   mil"- from
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alder bottom   .'
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Ten acres  In 1 ������ 'I
of  Wesl :::i:i- ter .1 .:   ' M >S.\
ii.. i leare I.   $30   ���    i
'!'���_ o  stoi le 1   ..
sewer   connei
provements,  s
Terms   in inge 1
��� "in.,
. >; m
1 I..-. 'Die .
$1,500. '���, -   tei
tt ally bn ate 1
.   rooms
���a  in.
House, cornt
Sixth  street,  oni
rooms, $2,500. 1
i ivem
jtOfl
Boarding im ise, :
strei '.  '���;:"   bl i
rt'ir 3 at $." a
$4,500.
,.-'    1
Seven-roomi 1
near  Fifth  aven
-i/.'l lot, $1,600.
House,  elghl
_ i ree',   i orner   Fo i
terms.
. 5   ''
.:.   $2.5C8;
House,   full
et,  Sa]
':     a'   a     i ,:.       $1 '
Th;-"  acn
Mead .  .'25.
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McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broke]
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of Lom-'o;:.
AMD
'PHONE  INO.   -   g
or call at the
STEAMBOAT EXCHANGE
Wholesale  Department
T. FREEMAN,  -   Proprietor
....CALL ON....
r.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
GILLETTE
SAFETY
RAZORS
$5.00 EACH.
Q RTfS' ORliG STORE
|   SPECTACLES   A   SPECIALTY.   1
Ellard Block,
New West-minster.   - -  C B.
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought out ihe Blacksmith-1
Ing bu i-i" ��� of it. li. Benson, I will |
In- please 1 in see nil hi.-; old customers, as -aell ns new ones. Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
Purchase Notice
.,'u;ii e i. hereby given that 60 daj s
after da'e I iitten i applying 1,1 tin'
Cblef Commissioner of I.and:; ani
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated al
Hi" mouth of lho Kildala river, Coast
district: Commencing nt a posi marked \v. M.'s N, K Corner planted on
the soulh hank of the Kildala river
n: the mouth, running as follows; tu
chains, soufh, 40 chains wesi, 40
[ chains north to the shore line, thence
following shoreline to place of com-1
mencement, containing 16 acres more
or less.
Ann. 27, 1906.
Locator, W. MOODY,
Per FRANK  VANDAL,  Agent.
Oct, 24,   1906.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Tenders for building wlll be re
"���ived up to Dec, 8, at 1 p.m, Plans
nnd specifications at my office, Trapp
Block. I.,iw''ii or tiny tender net necessarily  accented.
A. HARDMAN,
Synopsis   of    Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with
In the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may lie home-tended hy any person who Is Ihe sole head of a family,.
or any male over IS years of aire, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must bc made personally at
the local land office for the district ln
which ihe land is situate.
The homesteader is required t,t per-!
if'irm thc conditions connected there-1
I with under one of the following plans. |
(i) At least six months' residence
upon   and  cultivation  of  the  land  in |
: each year for three years.
(_) If thc father for mother, if thc
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
iby such  person residing with  thc   fa
j ther  or  mother.
(j)  If the settler litis his permanent
| residence  upon  farming land  owned
by him in the vicinity of lii; home-
I stead, the requirements as to residence
��� iiitiy   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon j
Ithe saiil land.
Six months'
it'
a    given   !"   ll
.
iiini,,ii Lands
��� apply I'*1' i
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Steamer Transfer
'-' ���'" ���  -N' ���   W estmlnsti -  .     -.;
day,   Tuesday.   Wednesday,
r.cd   Fridaj   ..- 2   p __   an.  s..
at 2 p. m. with .,;;.-;,        :��� t {,   -,,  .
day a: 5 a. m.
Leav.s Stevesti n Monday,      ,
,. . .   .     ... ittlelOpm  Wednesday. Thursday and S
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 .,. m  ..    ��� ,,..
trip Saturday  5 p. m.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table    I
""������!   COMFORTABI I   M A\
\   W. & Y. RY
������' _c'
K.ff. 9 6.40.18.*0.
NKW Hail,      i
WK8TMINHTKH   \,,i. ,    t
kwt
VOHTHEBN RAILWAT.
,��.:���- Seattle 4 p-n
|y ff 4 y._VANC0U7ER
IV..:,
. and 4 p.m.
UPPER  FRASER RIVER  RCUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New  Westminster   S  .    -.
C'*'..   ,   - ar   Guicbon  Mondayi, Wednesdays
, It ����� ' " Leaves Cl    Iwack 7 a   n
|i" M   N w    Thursdaj   an I  Saturdays
* ' . landings   ;������_.. n   N, ��   v..       ,   .
ll-   ":'; '  ;'' "* and Chi.iwack.
L.;s only.
[tELECTHIC    v LNCOUVBR. NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
''���'.��� it 6.50,  6.50, 1 s- s- Tf"
.' ,        . If hour there-      '*P'lvf''   Vm     : I    n     2i I
I*-. and   16th  of each  a   ���
\E    "���   ���      VestmlBSter at  Bklde*at��ton first trl, B
��� >w��'jur on second  trip. Time on and
Pu:B' departure are appro* ���   ������
Iraser River and Gulf        For r rvai
ep ,    ,     i call or nddre-s
jv, v,' Mi t   '., ��� I   Frid. S a.m
i Sat.,  7  a.in
F.D. GOULET,
Agent, \e��  Wi   tn  i   lei
E. J.  COYLE,
pti- _ ,   ,, Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver
L v, w. T !���       , a-af. S a.m.
I ciwk, Sui      ,i I., Fri., 7 a.m        ��� , ���'��� W. TROUP,
General 8uner��ntendent, Victoria
���   ���   ��������� Gen. Agent, Freight Dejit.,
i'er��� N'e��  V,' stmlnster.
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':;: Satui I   p.m.
Vi'    IRI.A AND ISLANDS.
uni ii..nne.  Rolling i i| pl
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ton,    Ml      Vet !
non,     Even ti ���
Seattle        and j
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MAPLE LEAF
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S't .i     Westmln. li
arc made from th-* besl "Para" rubber
Made to fii every style and shape of
nun's shoes, ladies' shoes and shoes for
the little ones.
In ladies' shapes they are neat, light,
perfect fitting and lasting.
Insist en "Maple Leaf" Brand it's
on every rubber.
Sold bv all dealers.
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S. G, VlillKliS.  \   i;. iv   \ ,
Coriie:- Si i nnd Avenue in d Co
Iiiini,ia St., Seattle, Wash,
Sole Agent in New Westminster, W. E. SINCLAIR
lally Overland Trains ���    \Y/'K       .     \' I> /   " 1    I 1'
j W hen You buy C ookiesor ea
Duliilli. ChiciiKo, St.   I
Biscuits Why Not Get the Besl
Call and sec our special offer.
We havo twenty-one varieties put up by the celebrated
Jacob & Sons, Dublin, winch we are offering at
L5c per package or two for 26c,
Don't gamble with your custom,   Take no chances, it will
pay you i" deal with
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Mail Service
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11.35 a in.      Eastern Exprese al 15 10
���a.   9.00 a.m.
Ior  rates,   resei vatli n     and oilier
1 particulars apply to
1.30 p.m.
" ... in.   2.00 p.m ED. GOULET,
9 nn a.m. | <-'��� P. li   Agi nt,
1.15 p.m. ! N'ew W< sl n  a li i
E.  J.  COYLE.
in.  11 .'i0 a.m.   Assistant   General    Pissencjer    Ayent.
Vancouver.
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ti.  11.00 p.n
l.'.OOm
- ;m Spokane falls S Northern Hy. Co.
Nelson & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
dian Pacific Railway Co. The onlv al] ra:   .  ..,. ,���,,,,��� ,;;
titiiii Columl   .  Coast  Line points east, west ith  to  Ross-
Service. land, Kelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane �� th the Great
li,___ Northern, Northern Pa   fie and O. R
|TIV1E TABLE & N. Co.
-- Service. Connects at R ���- ' i I ������ th the i an
ALASKA ROUTE adian   Pacific   Railwaj   for   Boundary
Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers    I alls    with
stage ("lily for  Rei :
Buffet   service   on   tra :.-   bi I *ei n
_ Spt'k.ine  and   Nels
\-^   .   ;TOR a   SEATTLE      Effective    Sunday,    November    to,
R0.---E, [90I
Winces. Victoria. Leave Dsy Tr,:. "vrrive
at  1  p.  m.    9-20 a m   Spokane      ��� r C. pm
\2.2- p.m Ri ssl in i    ,, 4-10 i> m
.;VESTM;NSTER    9-40 ajn   Nels n ..... '-!. p.m
:-TE' II   A. JACKSl ��N
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WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
Ti i SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
lil TU 1 1- N
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TR UN OF FAME
THE NORTH WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and 1 L'XURY. lt ia lighted with
both electricity and kh--; llir mosl
1 : ant Iy illuminated train in thr
world. The equipment consists ol
private compartment cars, standard
ii, section sleepers, luxurious dining
_.r. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modei a  day  coaches   aiiil   buffet,   li
hrnrv   _nd   smoking   tars.
1    :    1  ei,    Tallies,   Folders,  er   any
further information call on or  write
F. W. PARKER.
GENERAL AGENT,
7M Second \veiiue, Seattle, Wash
Grand Trunk Ry.
Eicellenl Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCERY
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TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM
of iiiiii \iini. iiiii. I>\ getting something thai is
Seasonable, Acceptable and  Reasonable In Prico
t Al I     A I
IMOIdCeuntryBoot Store
".'anil Gentlemen's SLIPPERS, wm
mul comfortable,    From.
Loilies' SLIPPERS for evening weai
ihii|iti.-it<��� i'liiiaiinn,: iiiii     From
ii. ni..' Fine   Dn
in  he  I   ,|iiii|ilie,'i
SLIPPERS,
From
90c. $1.75
riw";r foftn tr vim v ncttl jh"I ap
$1.75 to $2.75
$1.75
Have \"n Been the Dli li Waterprool Bool yel ' A pall ol ihem
will keep Uml ii'iv'a feel dry foi the wei. wintry weather yel
ie come,   Thej will  easily outweai  two pairs of any other,
ONI **       \l
The Old   Country   BOOT  STORK
COLUMBIA S
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PURDY'S
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FOR  HIGH  (l.ASS
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"Row"  Is  em'  of  the  many   Wordi
which in" rising to re��peotablIliy ��it!
��� til Hie tii :   :l_.'       1 etlil '���  t'ltil ien  ef Jiitm
>;,in',i ,11, li,inan  ii'v.'.'i denounced ll ��~
'il    it'll    leu    ,'t|,ir:a,u Sill, i-   il   ll|i
lieil.-o l,i len e In,- it ,,, , :l -inllillU   n l HI rl>
"rem,    ahOUl  ti  ,, iilmi-  tit-ii oiiiiip Inn*
Wished  I" (llltl   II" eiig'n   in (lie  tYr-ii. li
lent- Tei'lil     ia ut illii    II     n Hli     Uie
oldei     i nue."   n   drunken  boul    bin
iiiiii.iiit aln"" oi   big iiiini'. in  wblol
-rlinr (lull   iti,til iit-iiiill  lime. ,n,ili e  le
t-hakespenre ttatulel ob.ervei that
"die 1.111__ doth wake tonlalil and takes
di. rouse."   "Row ' i" supposed lo be B
fill.ii   -Intuitu    r,,iiue,l    frOttl   "i-tinop."
eii .int.an r.n ii plural, i" "i,r,fi" fm
'pease,*' "shprry" fl*onj "sherrlB,"
"cherry'  from "eherls."   Bul II c"eni��
ollliplfir le e\|i|illn l,Ml na cliell fei
'riiiv do ilniv." nn n\ ,-nl|i-.|i( wniil fot
tlijlun
The i ��<���> ��.��!��.*��*>���
An itiieimt in Philadelphia who
iieii.ea ii r|i<i, iniii ,,r prosecutinsj ��iiii'
ngniiisi railway companies growing oul
,,r iujDries tin" to adcldeuts on i1"1 line
lello ef (Iin (lellltlo eipel le|li e,1 |ti llm
el'OBS   e . nnillliilien   ,,f   ,,,,   I ( ial.   t.i(iie-��.
iiiia wiinnoo inui evidently Iioph ori-p-
lllllv   i nfiellPll   by   eiillliopl   fnr   (lip   eoill
(iiinv. fm wbeu tlie question ����������> put io
him. "\>*na the iiinn found on the tttn k
ii   (nlni   pIuiiispi y   Hip   wm v   Celt   i-o
lllllll
"I aliotilil oni nui, o|r PppIh' (hut
hla lefl Irg una ehiip. I plimild ��I1V. sir.
(imi iu- wei'e a partial stranger." iVo
man's Some < loinpanioh,
City.
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MORSES!     MORSES!
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rortland, Boston, I J. . ��^ ^    ^    /   /ai w/w't i/\iw ��,..,....i.,���m^.-.
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CHOCOLATES    CARAMELS    TOFFEE
Miv.,1 Swrn.../ il.- CHOICEST FLAVORS
Fine Selection of Mill  PIPES
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R. C. PURDY, The Confectioner'Shft,sir ,z'.
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III linn   t,,ii sut- on "
"Yes, il was n splendid prayer, long
add fervi ul \'"( saj whal have yen
in i,ii doing anyway?   Fou eun e.mt .>.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published hy the Daily News Pre
lishing Company Limited, at theii
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B.C.
Managing Director..
.J. C. Brown
f-VCRTISING RATES.
rransteii. display advertising, id
tout-- per ine nonpariel) 12 lines to
tlie i&cb Five sects per iine lor
fu. sequent Insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
routs per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
f'lund. rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken fcr
;��s_ than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office    A22
Each tiny grain of WINDSOR
TABLE SALT is a perfect cryital
- -pure and dry. That is why it
nevei cakes.
matter, will be abrogated on May 17, is
one of the strongest arguments ever
made for the reformation of our postal
system. Ii is the argumenl of action,
the argumenl that counts.
"There can be no criticism of 'liis
action. It is to the ere lit of the Canadian Government. So long as we
transport as second-class matter periodicals which are not properly such,
we are cheating ourselves. And the
fact that we are cheating ourselves
affords no reason why we should be
permitted to cheat her. The probation on which she puts us may do us
good. We are told in effect Ihat when
we agree to confine the second-class
privilege to publications which are
properly mailable as second-class mat-
Night Office   B22  ter, or let her charge proper rates on
   Ihem, ihen may we be received bacl.
- UN'ON .��.'.'. B"
FRIDAY,   DEC.  7,   1906.
Into her good graces. Canada Is noi
in the unfortunate iiositlon of a person or corporation that cannot, without danger of a pecuniarj loss, extricate Itself from a contract of co-partnership when the other partner becomes wasteful or extravagant. She
isn't even obliged to resorl to a re
ceivership, Her relations with us in
this matter cease and determine until
we do better, and the loss Is our own."
Our lard is the extract of pure hog
fat.   It is as pure as it is white,   Try
it.   Reichenbach & Co.
WANTED ��� Boy for jewellery .'ore.
Apply Horace Dorer. Columbia st.
WANTED���Boys, immediately; good
wages.   Apply B. C. Cigar Factory.
Wanted���Strong boy to drive rig and
make himself generally useful. Apply W. E. Fales' Furniture store.
BY   PROXY.
Although the Columbian itself rarely ventures even a whimper in defence
of Its masters, it occasionally copies
.-���nne of the fulsome rubbish printe I
:,,, others of the subsidized tribe, yesterday it clipped from an up-country
paper an aniele which contained ths
following choice sample:
"Hut now these opposition gun- are
ahout .silenced, the smoke has cleared
up, and Premier McBrlde is still in
possession of all the points of vantage. Mr. McBride is a natural lea lei
of men, and Iiriiish Columbia has
never produced a man who has displayed greater political ability."
We have not noticed any peculiarly
oppressive silence among the Opposition   "guns";   and just  what  "points   	
of vantage" Mr.  .McBride holds, other   JAPANESE  BOY, about  15 years old,
than  the  possession of office, which
only an election  can deprive him of.
we are  at a loss  to say.    As to  his
transcendent ability, we have once or
twice already asked for a bill of particulars,  and   now   prefer the  modest1
request  once more.    It   Is  really   too
bad of the organs to keep such inter-1
est ing information to themselves.  The
people would like to know, you know;
and  their natural  curiosity should   be
gr it Hied.
By the way. the I >l im il in, ol Saturday, Nov, 24, reported Mr, McBride
as saying, at a me.''ing held th" previous evening, thai there were certain
resolutions proposed at the Ottawa
t inference which "he could not ac-
' ept.'   The official  iccounl of - he con-
i nee, as published in eastern an .
pi >'. Incial papers i we have the Mail
and Empire's vers: in e ire us) says
'��� hai he nol only at ���������������.. I ��� I, bul voted
for these very resoluti m -, Did the
Columbian misrepon hi .." Or is this
denial of his aci. m at Ottawa ��� ne oi
e. I lem es of his i ., issing political abiliti .'
CUT  GLAS
Watch My Window To-Day
Nappies, from $1.75 each. Pepper and Salts, sterling tops,
$1.25 per pair. Berry Bowls, from $6.50 each. Watei* and
Claret Pitchers, $9.00 each. We are just talking of a
few pieces.     Come and see our large assortment of Goods.
SILVERWAR
wants situation in family to do
housework- for board, before and after school hours. Apply Harry
Onishi, Thompson's Livery Stable.
231-6
Bakers
Fern Pots
Serviette Rings
Toast Racks
Cake Baskets
Breakfast Cruets
Waiters
Tea Pots
Candlesticks
Biscuit Jars
Coffee Sets
Hair Brushes
Carving Sets
Afternoon Tea Sets
Bread Trays
Water Pitchers
Pickle Jars
Smoker Sets
Gravy Boats
Jewel Cases
Knife Rests
Butter Dishes
Bon Bon Trays
Mirrors
Cold .Moat Forks
Berry Spoons
Pie Knives
Pie Slicers
Christening Sets
Sugar Shells
Butter Knives
Teaspoons
Fish Sets
Dinner Sets
Whisks
Children's Sets
HORACE  DORER
NEW ADDRESS���Th., Arrow Press is
now installed in the Daily News
Block, Every kind and description
of Job Printing done. Lowest rates,
good workmanship. Satisfaction
guaranteed: prompt attention. Mrs.
Dominy, proprietress _:;:;n'
Goldsmith
Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
COLUMBIA STREET,  NEXT TRAM OFFICE.
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OVERGAITERS
FOR LADIES
IN    A    NUTSHELL.
Th" Victoria Times says, it: ai   article aboul  bettei   terms:
"If  the  Governmi n    md it.-   1 i. ir-
i'e- were permitted to  riol   in I  diss!-
te for anothei   tei n     t the ex; ense
, :   ��� he  : esources  ol  t! ���  Provin e, :. i
term     I hal   co .'. . secun
leusate the pu   .    to      .     uevl
��� ,onsequences "
Thai   I    'le-  sii ial   m    . ��� .   te sely
In     rdinai       imes,   ii   is    " ���
enough to  tai     a
ai     a      :, ,���    ,       if thing
was, no   so man.     eai .   ,.   .     . . :.  ;
.as held a     . a  ' ���
in i le littl     liffei   nei        i       >r Una
aii!:   pa vas   in   ] iwi   .
an I  tha    ...      till -ue in
i ouutries;  hul  iti  I: Columbia to-
��� I i,   |...    ,,  iple aii      ��� ��� . he
' 'in'.   thai   i a       . ������ lal   In'
themselves and the      li u
i eople of Britlt a Col mi ii i : ir all
time are al state. \\ hetl
i lovernmenl I ������ coi, ipl oi uie ely in-
i 'uni etent, the fact r 'main - -y, r the
Immense natural re -otirces of the
country are passing rapidlj Ini i private hands, and the wealth whicli they
should b lng to the treasury, instead
of being there to be i ied In raising
the Province to i premier place In
the Dominion, is lai!) se; asi le for
the i'ii:: a.nam if be few an I the es-
tabllshmeui of oppressive monopolies,
li is iiii longer a question of party,'
Iuu of patriotism.   The man who fails
in do hi i besi   for the  overthrow of
the McBrlde Government is an en mi. ,
of the i eople an : ol the Province,
CANADA  AND  T^E   MAILS.
The New Yo 'k i:: ���       nd Commer-
t i.il Advertiser sa; -.
"Canada    .ould .    economy, j
Ai lea.-' she would not suffer our ex-j
travagance to work her own undoing.
The notification n ei Ived from the
Canadian go. ei n uenl I hat the postal
convention between the two countries,
In ;: ; 11: as 11 extends to second-class'
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We wish to announce that we have secured
the agency of the Columbia Overgaiter Co.
of Chicago, for the sale of their goods.
Overgaiters in all colors are the correct
thing for this season. We have them in
Brown, Blue, Fawn, Red and Black colors.
All sizes from 3 to 7. Our prices being
within reach of all, viz.���
$1.25 A PAIR
THEY'RE  ALL  THE  GO.
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New Westminster,
B. C.
An Excellent Opportunity to get a|
Splendid Line of
FURNITUR
at the lowest possible price is afforded all at
Lee's Furniture Empori
We  Have  a Great Variety
-   -   -   of All Lines   -
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A Few Suggestions for J. mas
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Our stock is at vour disposal, and we may be able to save you considerable time and worry by suggesting that SHE MAY WANT A SECRETARY
We have them from $6.50 each up.     Or a MUSIC CABINET.   We have a
nice line of beauties from $9.00 each up.    Or a ROCKER.   No better
values ever offered; Solid Oak Cobbler Seat, from $3.00 each up.  Or a
PRINCESS DRESSER.  A most beautiful line are Quartered Oak. poli
large oval and shaped British mirrors, from $26.00 each up.
Or, HE MAY NEED A CHIFFONIER, a man's delight.    We havo them Prom
$15.00 each up, in oak. Or a MORRIS CHAIR -solid comfort   in vs\
may sit and dream of vou.    We have them from $6.50 up;
frames.    Or a large EASY CHAIR.   Or a BOOK CASE.
Come and look around.   We are putting goods away every daj
Xmas delivery.   Don't leave it too late.   Come early!
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The Best
6\o\ es
Made in
France
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Pure linen ned  han ll;erchiei"i    ml    .,
���containing 't. ! 4  dozens, $' 25. S2.50. $3.1
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& Co.'s "Grej lock"
taranteed, black,   .. .
t ui      rowi     $i..O
French loves in  black,   ir a.i. n,  tun
|li,25. $1.00 ,; i 75c per pair.
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uncon-   roorter ami steward  were to "bye no
V       mi Saxtt              ���    -      hyffe hut  of the best,  without  bones
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i  makes the   world go round
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��� ������ i' onl    drei   -   tin     makes   i oi i   lie id   swim      ' li  i's  the
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Whnl do i 'in do to keep sn beaul
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" '   heroic   Carlyle.
b. c. Land n. Fras-pr River Tannerv
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Surveyor
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We��tminster. B.C     PRICE     FOR      HII>��S.
PAYS   THE  HIGHI SI
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's not tar off, and it's time you were thinking of "His" Xmas Present
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BAPTIST YOUNG PEOPLE'S UNIONS
MONDAY. Dec. 10th
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iMen's Full Dress Suits!
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�� \\ e are handling a full line of the above goods ; ��
>��� also Tuxedo ("oats. These goods have a style and 1
J* finish you can't get from your local tailor. Nearer ��
& the market and more up-to-date. ��J
>J Dress Suit*, Silk Lined coats, $3 1 .OO the Suit 1
I Tuxedo Coats, Silk Lined . . .  $21 .OO i
J* Full Dress   Vests,   white   and  cream   colored }���
I  $3.00  the vest j
PHILLIPS
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Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND  FOR  OUR
===== Sugar Cured	
Breakfast Bacon and Hams
Ti REICHENBACH COMPANY, 11
'What Shall I Give Him for Christmas?"
This is the same difficult probler ml resei 11 itself
ivery re-mrrenee of the season.
We come to ir .* ������ ��� ie tnd say: "Come here with ail
ir troubles and let us sho ���
We're in Holiday attire and have the n ?sa Man
fur hin     t and appreciates most.    We can also nl]
..   *, ;������ ras  atisfactorily as the Man's. 	
Olv Electric Work�� A  FIRST-CLASS HOME        LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY
. opposite limn Office
E^roats
Rain Coats
yaita
jousers
=EVV   SUGGESTIONS
~>making.Jacket  Underwear Caffs
Bath Robe Suspenders        Mufflers
Neckicear Umbrella Caps
Gloves Shirts Shirt Protector
Collars Sweater, Etc.
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Fancy Vests      Hosiery     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� II ay aside your selection until Christmas, and we'll matte any exchanges desired after Xmas
L.    DeBECK,
lol-hes, Mats  and Toggery
'   ii   ���           :"      'lyriHTTios, moto:
.nns   i '  a . ��� .   .
tori Ire  anil   cables   ; :    :i   I  a
"���"'   sl.es     "'rf a   ���- Iritis      ''     '!"  in
Ialil  entail       Ml i;' '     <t
pall    prompt!    al ten led lo
t. itit'Bv, Proprietor-
PHONE 304.
PUBLIC   NOTICE,
.  -a      of those who  ha ���<���    lib-
rlbed '   sir names to an i th " e who
are Inl treated iti the esta ilishmi ut of!
1 ;i   y.   . 1.  C.   A. or  sllnlla ��� u, i
j In the ell ��� ol New Westi       ter, to bo
run on the broad lines of "unsectar-
lianlsm." will bfe held in lhe City     ail
on  'I'a"  i r   evening  next,   tho   llth
inst., al S o'clock, u is suggestel thai
| ti swlmiftlng tank and i ! t iu n
! shall be among the features a in
; slit ut ioii.
This    meeting   would   havi     been
I called this week,   but civic i ms
;and   other   meetings   have   ."      bei
82 aere  of '������ '  'In     I nd   bI    "  80 .-ict-fs  improved    ixcellenl
bea I    " ��� ' ",;l varieties of fruit   Peach, Apple, Pear, Plui
Prunes, Walnuts; good dwelling house and outbuildings; centrally siti
ated; good roads; store, telephone, post offlce, school, church, all c i
venient; excellent transportation facilities.
Priee $c*��.'200, quarter c.sh, balance o per cent.
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P, O. Box 248
Telephone 302 THE DAILY NEWS
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"I ..it," snld a friend tbe other day.
"yoi; im- nn old band nt It. I havr
only just .tot married, and don't uuder-
fti_u<l much iititnit tbe business, but baa
ii married num any rights left when
be once assumes tae hymeneal responsibilities?"
"Rights? Yes. lota! He's a rl>_bt
to pay all tbe bills, to"���
"Stop. I mean this. Let me giv?
yon an Instance. Every box and
drawer and portmanteau and, in fact
every available receptacle of every
description is stuffed full of my wife'r
property and when I want to put away
n few cuffs nnd collars"���
"ilnlil bard! I know what you mean
Listen, young iiiiiii. if your bedroom
wen- 200 yards long and llneti
from tbe floor to the celling with
drawers and you wanted a place tc
Btow away h couple of collars, you
couldn't timi a nook tbat wasn't full of
hairpins, tufts of frizzes, puds, seen*
boxes, tiiil gloves, powder puffs, rings
and things. So just accept the Inevita
ble Wrap your pers mal property lr
an "lil newspaper or some brown paper
mul inilf the parcel under the bed."
The Inquirer smiled loudly nnd ironically aud passed on a wiser if nut a
better mini.
NOTICE
Just Arrived-
< For X-
Christmas Trade
laf-kimo  Thro-.-Ins  Sticks.
A "throwing stick," "throwing
board" or "spear thrower," as it |_
sometimes called, lj a contrivance for
casting a Javelin or harpoon, which Is
employed by various savage races.
Riit'h as the Australians, some South
American tribes and especially by the
Eskimos, among whom Its use is al-
rnosl universal. Kougbly speaking, it
is ;i narrow grooved board a fool or so
long, wnii one end cut Into a handle
and the miitr provided with a .tin! or
spur for iln- butt of tlie spear lo resl
against, ft is used thus; Grasping the
handle as he would n sword, the man
his the s'ni..1 of the spem- iiitn the
groove, with the butl resting against
the stud, steadying the spear wiih the
finger. Tin n, extending his arm and
I.mi,lia_- balk his I,iiiiii till the spear
lies horizon'al, he aims at the marl;
and propels the weapon by a quick
forward jerl of the stick. In this way
1 have sih'ii Eskimo boys casting their
forked Javel ns at wounded waterfowl.
tVe-v I liiwiltiiitl    ->.-Uiiientit.
To argue is as uecessary to a New
Englauder as to eat and to sleep. By
nature he rejoices in the opposite side
of every question, and he prefers
broad, general questions of which be
knows only whal the daily paper tells
hlm. II be is alone he will argue with
himself, ami often he will prove to
himself ihai he is wrong and that the
argument by which he proves it is
faulty.���From "The Balance of Power." by Arthur Goodrich.
Gilley Bros.
We wish to call the attention of the (Brick
usi nir) public to our new and
varied stock of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRE55ED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay Co.,  at
Clavburn, B. C
To the Electors of the City of
New Westminster:
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be  Obtained   at    All    Hours    at
Kenny s    Restaurant    and   Cafe
Late Suppers Alter tne Theatre a
Specialty. Oysters and Game
-      -      -      in Season.       -
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Ladies and Gentlemen���Having been
- i 'ited by a large number of electors
to run tm the position of alderman for
tbe iIt.. at the election to lie held on .
lhi 10th inst.. I have, after due consideration, acceeded to their request,
.-iiii solicit your support on that occasion. My platform Is a short one,
viz.;
A Arm and impartial enforcement
ol the law and by-laws of the city.
The conservation and utilization of
the .ranch!; es of the city for the gi n-
iaal i ��� m ti'. Equal justice to the residents . : all secth us of the city in the
gi in ta.l i xpendil in . As liberal an ex-
penditun for educational purposes as
the finances will allow. When a large
expenditure for additional school ac-,
commodation is necessary, the con-
vi nience and necessities of all sections et the city to I e considered, and
li ; artial justice t,, all it, be ad-
i  Ini teri I,
JOHN   McNAB.
To the Electors of the City of
New Westminster, B.C.:
Ladit ��� and i lentlemen, Having con
��� . ��� ! to all iw in j -elf in be nominated a i i.it'l: late I r Alderman iti ths
t 'min- election, I ��� pi cl rullj beg ti
solicit your votes i I support, promising lhal if electe 1 1 shall to the best
of my ability worl for the besl inti ri .-as of the city.
I shall iin m\ in mi si tu see thai a ;
classes of citizens, no matter wl
their occupation or in what pari ol
tiie city ihey may reside, shall reci Ive
fair treatment as regards streel and
sidewalk and other Improvements. In ,
the matter of dealing with any of oul
franchises or waier frontage, I shail
Insist thai every citizen shall have an
opportunity of expressing his or her
views with reference to them. With
respeel to our by-laws, I shall use my
besl endeavors to have theni enforce-]
in an Impartial and just way.
The matter of educational accommodation shall also receive my attention, and I shall assist In every reasonable way any efl'orl for improve
. ii ut, consistenl with our financial
ability,
I am strictly opposed to making a
personal canvass i'or support, and
therefore take this methtiJ nf placing
my position, with reference to these
matters, before the electorate,
XMAS PRESENTS
Fancy, Dainty  and   Useful
TOYS and GAMES in abundance
PRETTY DOLLS
A Splendid Selection of BOOKS; good ones
j J. J. MACKAY y CO.
{ Booksellers Stationers Newsdealers
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
A, P, HALLADAY.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
{ Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stcck for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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We will be pleased to have
YOU   CALL   AND    INSPECT   IT.
adamsITdeans
THE CITY GROCERY
We have made arrangements
with the New Westminster Gas
Company to handle their
COKE
2q"irem':'     I  * has, tl
Ji.oo an acri f
nn.
Permissii ���  ��� ,.-, l(.
panted by,
output exclusively. At present
the demand is largely in excess
of supply, but orders will be
filled in rotalitm as quickly as
possible. Don't wait until you
are out, but order ahead to
avoid disappointment.
H. A. Belyea I
and
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Land Registry Act
Ro Lot 484, Group l (except two parts
conveyedl. New Westminster 1)1.-
trict.
A  Certificate  of Indefeasible  Title
to the above property will be Issued
to Rhoda McKamey on the 29th  day
I of December, HmO. unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made
to me in writing by a person or person.-  claiming an  estate or Interesl
.therein, or in any pari thereof.
V. a. KEITH,
District Registrar ol Tii les.
Land   Registry   office.  New  Westminster,  B.C., -1st   November, 1906,
Minister
claims conta      ,   ..,-     .
copper, in the
area not exceeding :-
acre-
Telephone   150
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHlNi. AND i-.M.INE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, nnuiut and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   wortc,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence Invited.
The i erson or pet sun.- having in their
custody or possession the following
Title Dei da relating to I he sa ; : rop
crty are requested to deliver the same
to ihe undersigned:
12th  December, 1895   R< bei I  Gran
v ilh- McKamey to Thomas Ri bert Mc-
Kaiiie.,, convej ance in fee.
MARTIN, WEART &   McQUARRIE,
Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New Westminster, B.C.
Agent.
jomn reid.    THEY AIL COME BACK
BEGBIE BTK_-J!*T.
New Westminster. f. O. 474.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to   iu.
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offtco 'Phone 1S5.       Hum   mono 137
Northern Pacific
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, beea   11
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
t~~
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Merchants* Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
��'ream.       -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Sen-ice.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
-130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore. A. G.    A
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Iiiock, Proprietress.
Columbia St.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
ft
EMPRESSES
..
:8,000   I EMPRESS  OF  IJHITAIN | W.-OJ
H. Power I EMPRESS OK IRELAND I      To;.."*
Travel in the Bame way as your loiters. H is Uie quickest, safest and
most economical. From St. John, Dec.
1st   ami   Doc.   15th.    For   particulars
apply to
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hogs
FOR   SALE
Voting breeding stock of prize-winning an!ma_s. Come and see or write
or telephone.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Telephone .1 17...
The   pate: ���   f0r  .     .
shaii pro���.   ;?;n
Royalty of 2/_ per cen'of?'*1
��f ^e products    f th.,.w;N|
PLACER MIXlXG_Mani,ri'
the  N. W. T, excepting S��S
erally are ioo [eet square,      ��L
$5. renewable yearly.   0n the"vT
Saskatchewan R ver claims areT
bar or butch, the former bein_J
fect long and extending between!
and low water mark.   The la.e-
cludes bar d gg -.      ��� extenj '
to the base ol the hill or bank
exceeding   iooo   feet.    Where ��ttJ
power is  used      ims 200 fe.t"J
may be obtained.
1)r<''^"''-'  '  '' ' vers of Maniti
and the N   W  '1 excepting tht f
kon Terr ;    -.	
tain onlj tv ��� of five n    -
for  a  term ���
''1''1'' ;n  '':'' ' : the Mid
of the  Inti rii -
1 he lessee's ri) ���.������..'..
submergi d bt ��� ��� . .1
below any S .-, ������ - mark, and J
for lir-i y��ar ���. - m\\, \ .J
subsequei t  yeai . ,:���,- .
placi r mil  ��� .
Placer   m -a ���      \.y ��� jj
ritory-  Creek,   . river and
claims   shall  :   I exceed 250 feetl
length, measun 1     bast littl
general   <! ri  I   n (1 e   creek
gulch, tlu-   .'. ng from wool
2000   fect,      Ml -   jilacer clij
-hall be 250 :', et
Claims   are   ��� I  by tn     |
posts,  one  ;.t  e '   :   bearing
tices.    Entry :: I tained wil
len   days   ii  1: 1 laim is within |
miles of  the m ' .         'rder's 08
One extra day for e :h ij
tiona] ten mat- - fr  tti m,
Thc  per. on 1 r ny na_in|
claim  must  hold miner'
tificate.
The discoverer 1 ; 1 new minei
entitled to a .'...rr i 1000 feetl
length, aand if the ; irty a:|
two, 1 soo fect all 1 er, on thei
put on which 1 1 alty shall
charged the rest of t!,>- ; irty t^
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.     Ri yalty at the r
of two and one-half   p'.r cent, onl
value   of   lilt-   gold       pped fl rr. f
jeet to the rig!::- 1 t    11 person:
have, or who may rt      .1    "tti
bar diggings irl"' ms, "tl
on the Saskatcheu in River, wl
tlie lcs.ee can dredgi I : gh-*C
mark on each alti ri    K        sehjl
Tin-  lessee shall      ��� ���   a dredgel
operation within one season fromj
date of the  lease f  r  '    h <"'er
but  where a  |"'r-< n    '     mpany I
obtained   mere   th.-.     ne lease
<!ret!i_-e  ft-r each  I.t''- '   miles orl
tion thereof i= sufficiei I     Rental!
per annum for   each   mile   of rs|
leased.     Royalty at tl e rate ofl
am! a half per ci nt      Hected on j
output after ;t excei      $10,000.
Dredging in the Yuk n Territor]
Six leases of live tt each rnayl
granted to a free mini I for a ''*'t'|
po years; also renew
The lessee'.' right i- confined toj
submerged bt.r or Int- in tne'1
below low water - ark, that I*"!
dary to be fixed by its position onr
ist day of August in thr yf'f"'"
date of the lea?e.
Thc lessee shal! h ive "nf drel
in operation within two .vears "f
the date of the lease, and one drei
for each five miles within six ."I
from such date. Rental $100 pen
Yukon Territory to bi
comptroller.
No free miner shall \
of more  than  one
each   separate   ri
claim
ver.  creek or !*|Jl1
mt   the   same  miner  may
hold
��� ^�������������� ������-��*�������*��-����� ������'������^���������^���-��-��-*���������������������������*.��� J
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R.  AGENT.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
expre. s and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
For  information  apply to
J. II. ROGERS, Traffic Manage!,
Vancouver.  R.  C
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pione��r  Limited"  St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
equipment that  of the Chicago,  Mil
; waukee & St.   Paul  Railway.    They
own nnd operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service nol obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.|
134 Third St., cor Alder. Portland, Or.1
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $10 per acre for soft coal
and $20 for anthracite. Not more
than ,tjo acres can be ai quired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
I
A free miner s ccruticate is granted
I for one or more years, not exceeding
: live, upon payment in advance of $7.50
' per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per a mui 111 for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
Tlie claim shall be recorded within
; fifteen days if ocatcd within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional tlay allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least ?I00 must be expended on
. the  claim  each  year  or  paid  to  the
'mining recorder in lien thereof. When
$500 has been  expended  or  paid,  the
locator  may,  upon   having a  survey
made and upon complying with oth". '
number   of   claims   hv
free  miners   may   ������ I
in   partnership   by   I !       T
paving   fee   of $'���
abandoned   an.!   anol :    1
the   same   ,'eel.,   gll
giving ii.itice .'.ini ;
Work   musi   I on " *J
each year to tin \ I 1
A   certificate  thai    ' .
abandoned,  anad open to 0    I
and entry by a free 11 ner.
The boundaries of n .���!������'''�� "^
defined absolutely by having a ��
made  and   publishing  notices
Yukon  Official Gazette.
Petroleum   -All   unaPPr��Pia'i|
minion Lands in Manitoba, tne    ���
west Territories and within tne. tf J
Territory, are open 1 1 P^P"",,
petroleum, and the nnnister ">���
serve  for  an  individual or '    '
having  machinery on tl*-*   ���        _
prospected, an area 01   1 '"    .^ tl
such   period   as  he  may 0    ,'tfM
length of which shall nol cm
limes the breadth.    ^:   i,M,|J ,,,.1
pector discover 011 m P'1*-: ,.h ,���|
tities,andsatiSfactordy��f;d,ng,
discovery,  an  area  not ew     ^
acres, including the oil ��   ��� rjK,
sold to the prospector at . ,|
$1 an acre, and the remainder    1
tract   reserved,  namely. '      ,d
Will  be  SOld at  the  rale Ot W       J
subject to royalty at such rat   .,
be specified by Order m Coun ^
W. W. C0Ry'
Deputy of the Minister of *
terior.
Dept, Interior
I . U5EC
THE HAI I.V \|-.\\s
Timhav   M_-_*_~ i   1��    "I   ���'
���moer notices
.j
Wl have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and lai-ge stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. Our
clipper.- work easier, clip faster and take a
thicker cat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than anv 'ther on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
great labor saver.    Call and  see   them   at
, J. TRAPP & CO.
t,   tiiiiiiii
Limited
\RYSON & SONS
MESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON having
now dissolved partnership, the business will be
carried on us heretofore by BRYSON & SONS
UP-TO-DATE  STOCKS   OF
irdware, Ranges, Stoves,  Tinware,
]raniteware and Enamel Goods -
������ ... a
, a       '   ,1 , '' '"    '
U it a        it   marked
W. M a N.K. Corm
nori i   i in K'Mala
' ��� '������"    an i   i   t, .li   :,.|i       , ,    . |
.. , ,. ���"'"  ��� he  in "rh   ��� aai" i �� .
i    ind - i   ,.,   i" ' h i ii i  ..i-i- ii, na, , hain    we il   I i
'  ''     ll it.i' einiiii i north, 160 i h lins e i -   to point
��� ��� " hi -.  ,    i po��i piani   "f    commem emi nl ,    n :   t'n*
milo ': iai the he.i,i nl   ���" :" ������ mor     _
 '" '<*'* I'    m   "   Hi        i   Commem ing a     i    wai   marked
��� Wl<>��*    *0 chains  V\   u.\\.   Co nei   planted .... tbe
easi   .0 . ann. n���rth  north bank ol the Kildala river, a - ������
��� "i ..,.-������ ��� ,,..in- 0f live and a ball ml es ip the river fn m
Hi"   mouth,   running as follows    ir."
;: :i lng at a    i    . lani   ' hains  east,    11   chains   south,   160
���   :"''"- up Fall creel   nu rhalns  west, Ifl chains north to point
1   creel      innl       ,. ol   i ommem ement,    containing    640
SO   i h on ���   ea -t.   SO  , aiiiin-t  acres, more or le is
ha :'   '���"'"'��� :""���" o   ���      to     a    Commencing  al   a post marked*
'������'"'  along cree    lo     iln     111    M.'s N K   Cornet    planted on the
J ' '""'''   "'     il t'i" Imi lain arm, aboul
l"'1   ng at pu     , | ||, i  one ml e I   mi the mouth of the river,
S  "H   I'''"       ri Oil   , a ||     lllllll'll ;     , .    foil n. .      v.I   ,���;,:,,���.   ..im;|,
,;"'. t No. Ji claim on    0 '-'��� iln    veal   SO ch iln ��� noi Ih to the
ng    ���     fulloH      ioo    !l"'" line  thence followln \ b1i ire line
1 '   chain      ni.i    ti.n to ���    o      immen emen    ��� n il lining
10     tit,     ���   .       Iii   point    040    .  ai ll a oi   !,. . .
', Commem  ng    il    .    io      marked
'' u l.uiU'il' Vi    M.'s S.W    ' i mti ;  on the
; "���'       ian     n    tho   Dala   river, aboul
on the iiiirtli , ���    'en chain ���  e i itei I.   fi im the   mouth,
.,    : itiiiiui ���  i ���   follows,  10 cli iin   east, in
n east,  ' '''"" ' ''" ''', "I   '��� ilni oast, '0 ch iln
ii      ��� . ir h v,.,-i  north  <o  the     ver,   llvem e   followln :
���    ���      i     .i    [-ui      i'i ver to   ioIii    ne n   mi nl   ��� in
taintn ; 610  i    e i, more or I
,,,,.,. ,        I ���"   , '.��� I   v ������ : : a   ���:;,   1906
'   ''  ':    ' ... on
.nam-.
follow , , hain
; '  ��� .,,,.. tt si
Special Xmas Offer !
*2fl        suits ft
|1&O0
$22        -
$.-0 i .1
|            ....
$2��O0
5-       pants
y- v
���t         . :     Ma.
e t,i Order
YEE KEE& COMPANY
Merchant
T ailortt.
Sl ITSC1 EANED
AM> PRESSED
P   0   H
��   I.J4
IN lotunitiM SI
Nfw V.e. Inwnlff
SEE OUR
Baby
W i n d o w
-nn   H_Hh_
ffrn halrm eo��l nelliing and nr* tti*
m'M refresiling, life glvlnn ">a.J.�� Hint
one   .mi ��   .ilier   nick   or   W��fl
feverj   hoi ,.     knows  the  n��s'��
���It) of giving ber woolens the benefit
of the sun from time to time and o��re
rial , after n long ralnj seaaon Of *
..ms absence of tlie sun Manj will
iiv"k of the Injury iheir clothe* sre
us' I. ta from tlampneas WtlO Will ner
(>r icfieet   1 liat  u\  i>.-ensl<Mi��l   M-POMft
of their own bodies to the ounitgiii in
piiiinllr necessary tO their own heall.i
The ��nii baths do not cott unvthlng,
and tliat Is ��� ml. fortune for people
are still .leln.1e.l with Uie Idea trm.
ihesn thing! only ean lie g.K>d Ot useful
whhch coal monev let |i not be for
gotten that three of (..xls ni.Vil lienefi
cent s'.1s to man illiree lliinas nitv..
neees. niv to (.nod healthl. aunltght,
fresh air nml waler. nro free to all.
Toil can hnve Ihem in abundance, with
out monej and without price, if yen
will    if \ ,iu would enjoy g.v>ii health
Hum see to il thai yoU are suppllo.1
w-Hh pure air to breathe nil the lime.
ih.it j on bathe for an hour or so in (hs
SU&llghl and thai you drink plenty of
pure water    Pittsburg lVe-i.
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
ito  i   Wl
ii ���   fi ,
\BRYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
\e Royal Bank of Canada
.   to depositors    START NOW to S
Itcj will ni - ������'  ir.    People do harder things evei    la    ind have
ta
il    , then  il i . : ���  ,.
mi ni ��� ���'.! ���
ONE DOLLAR     en    in account.    Pul ll In your pocket, it would prob
��� ONE DOLLAR   lepositei ei ' ��� a.  .. - will In
, $604 50.    THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
\"'t '���    ��� hereb    tlven   lha    Ihlrtj
daj ���   ifto     lal    I Inten I to applj  to
"""   the Hon  Chief Commisstonei of Lands
and Woi Its foi  a  Itcen ie  to cul  and
        No'1::   C"n    '      "Bat a poal plant-  carry awttJ  .���������... from .,���. tollowlng
1 ' ip from lhi mouth   described    lands,     tltuatod     In     the
01   lhe   '"''   ;:: '     '"th   hank,  si na dls rlct. on Coi  rivei   aboul
running as I >lln.       10 rhaln   east, 10 \ 2 1-2 miles up from the mouth
' hains   north,    : 0       iin     ea it,    10:    ��_ i . _,
No  I i ommencin ���. al n i>" u plant
ive   our a. ae-.      i a tins  north,  more or less, to river      i ,���           ,,
ed   on the   wutheasl  corner  on   the
'"'  '"  ""���   '"' '���""���   north  banh  nf the .iver. running aa
follow ,    80  chains north,   I 10 , hains
ci '��� I L'ommenc ng al a post plant wost, 10 chains south, more oi less to
'���'I about one mile from the head of river, then along rivei to point of com
Kildala Arm, on  south bank, running  mencemeul
ine        i ui. ae    i tei it    ano     i a -��, i n m i iu_
CyCC   TCCTCn   CpCC   B.  Gradi v vi   quatrains   wore  pul   Into   English  bj
LILd    ILJILU   inLL Optician     Edward Fitzgerald, who in  I860 pub
iMifii    The Rubalyat of i)mar," a r
i.l.lVM  MOODY,      PniyiC   III llin  lUCPrPT I1IIQ  I ADPC   derl"8 "i!^k,,'1 ,,v R^uislte melodlo
\   ,, I,      v,,,���.    UUITIC   111 WHU  IllJrtljl  UUH  LflflUt   ness and bj  poetlt      dghl   ind pow
ANO COMPLETE SIOCK OF
a 5 follows:   l'i chains jouI h, 10 chains
west, io i hain - so tth, I i ch tins west,
IW WESTMINSTER   BHANCH
inadian Bank of  Commerce
No, 2    Commencing al a pobi planl
e.l 2 I _ in iu*. uji iiiini the mouth on
111 cha|na  north,   10 chains  west,   10  north bahk of Copper river, running as
chai"s north, more or less, to Bbors,   foilowst     10 eh.on, north,  80 chains
!!l"" ���'  'ng     hore   to   poiul   ol   com- east, 10 chains north, l" chains east,
:M v ":i enl 80 chain - louth, more or W::. to river,
���Vl  "   Commencing il  i post planl    then along river to point, of oommence
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.    ,l   > '���-">' one-half mile from the head   ment, containing 640 acres   more   oi
_^^_^.^^^^^_______  ol   Kildala   Vrm, on  the  north   bank,
running as follows:   10 chains north, ,       .      ..,..   ��._-__-__-.��.
in chains east,   10 chains  south,  120 Locator, WM.  MOODY
chains   east, -40   chalna   south,    120 Per Agent, Frank Vandall
. ,   t to shore, then along Bhore
^"������^""^������������������"������""""^^~~  lencomeut.
up Capita!, $10,000,000.       Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 Commencing al a po   planl
,-1 nl I ��� ne mile up from t he mouth
ol the i lain  River, on a i tl  bank, run
ning ns   follow      80  chains east,   I" <-..-   i s_i    i _i     ���>
Cul and IVlade on Hie Premise*
a a   noi th, In chains ea it, 10 ch ilns
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
',, 1 oinl ol commem emenl
N'o I it    i 'ommencln : al po ���' plante I
il the mouth ol Dalu lllver, Coasl Dl -
imiiK SHIP  YOLJR
SUITS
TO    IlltlUlt
WALKE
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
tl Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD   '. -   Gen'l Manager,
$20 AND UP
RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
Christmas
Goods
just arrived and including
Diamond Rings
Watches
Jewelery
Beautiful Gift
Umbrellas
Jewel Cases
AND
Novelties
of all kinds
Tho   Vn.-Kl. .   ...   <h.    I--,-t
Omar Khayyam was s famous Per
.ian poet nnd mathematician in the
twelfth century, who was en ployed hy
Uie Sultan Mulik shuh Iii revising (h<��
astronomical tables and in making ii
(borough reform of the calendar   He i��
etter known to us as the writer of
..inui .".im epigrams In  verses of four
lines  which nre unsurpassed in  iheir
pure diction, flue ��it anil crushing ��a
lire     These   clever   nnd    fascinating
.
vi.t'iniil. who in  1859 pu"
llshed    Vhe Rubalyat of Omar," B ren
lerlng marked by exquisite melodious
er.
Omar has been called (he Voltaire of
Hi,, ensi because ol ti - brilliant and
pungenl wit, while his depth of tender
ness ami profound thoughl and his de
nun. i ni.tu of the fate which dooms to
decay and death whal Is besl nnd iu,>*l
beautiful In the world reveals much
Uml reminds one nt Byron, Swinburne
nnd sometimes Bchopcuhauei
i rj ���ml Sli i   * iilti-iin.
An explanation of n curious optical
phenomenon, siiinellnies witnessed on
frosty iiichin. which Is called the 'pseu
do nurora," N offered b. s BiMential
The phcuomenon takes the form of
beautiful ��� olunili < of n\\\ ery li_;lil
stnudliie over electric ire I imp1' and
.(her Itriizhl li'.ht-i nud nonietlmes up
pearlng nliiui'l i i reach the zenith
The scleutlsl -a.'; thai tometimea the
evening .lur has a bright shnfl below
ns "ell ns nbove, ��liii.' the rlsiug moon
Btands In o broad i olumn of light,
These nppenrances are due to floating
fm d ci \ tnls whli h keep tin i v leol
I ii u fnces horizontal On e_ i iv.itlon
he found thnl the i r. .tnlt ��� oneerned
lu the exliltiltlon wei'e thiu sis sided
plates nf Ice, never more thnn one mil
llineier iii diameter. When tlu* wind
blows, th,'ie IHlle plates ii,' Upset, nnd
the columns of lighl caused bj reflet
Unn from their un fnees disappear.
',!.  BANKING   U
247 FrantStrtat
rV#>ie  Westminster
RANSA
FARMERS'   BANKING.
fforded   Farmers  for   tce;r  banking   busin
'   for coliection.
S-. es   Notes
psied or
' ��� ��.!L��� I '������ ���  -.'s   may be mad
'���   _ire every ,i tent!  :.
' "���--"TKR BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
'EN*   SATURDAY   ESVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
;ank  of Montreal
'..STS BLISH 3D
���   - tied   by   act   o:   par i unent
in      I a . \' ������ ', s i eh iin . nm i'i.
I.n i iia.ii.. east, 10 ��� i us houIh, more
or le to river, li 'ii il m ���. rivei to
I olnl  ol  , ninnieti   'iiienl
\n   1 .    '   uiilue ig   -    '     ' ���    llllll
e i ,n the ii esi ban o ] Kll tluial
Vrm   iiliinii i w '��� '��� ' mill i "   Kll
lh        tai   n    V'lllagt     op H   .at.'
I land    it  mini! . ol  I-. Idaln   Vrm
:  ��� ���        follows     lil chain    norl li,   |0
,,   ���   pi      ..     lortli   Irt chain
i ���.  i,    bain i no   1    ' ' ��� ' i n   en
i.m-I,��i   ol   \ll   I n���ll
The greatesl as well is the common
est of ill .io ii Is the iip weed,"
which grows wherever cacti gi iw mil
which ii uutn's onlj fri.nui in the greal
southwestern deserts of the I uited
' mnd"- iiiiii iii Mexico    it furnishes nl
__n__.     __i iia     ways n qunntity of water when cu!
Prices Right.   No trouble to   Vq,,, ,,,,,������ ,,���ii,,,,���. u ,.,��� De mnuu
show t_OOfls. i factured into n Bonp, perhnps the lens!
alkaline sonp tner made, even though
ihe weed Itself may grou in i > cei er
,tf nn alkali desei I It, r 11 brewed
l from It, Ilie Indians m it- > i hemplike
i niii'i' fi-iuii ii. nud horses nnd men can
������ii parts nf u If the iplnes nre cut
iittnv, iii".i when H shoots up it. one
grenl nrni skyward ll tops thai arm
wllh "ti" "i the ntosl gorgeous flowers
; In I he i\ mill      \ i gOUIIUl
(^nristmas    Prcsentv-*? fl�� Ui U
���v hit: jeweler
DOMINION EXPRESS CO. EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
���-iii-i
Columbia St.
vv
CHEAPEST
SAFEST ond
QUICKEST
.������.    l|l fl   1    '  ill djng    pn   ll aa a I   " I'   OH'I
chantti ���    t iilualili i and  |i    elery to all
Fool of Uh Av.   Cor   16th  Streel
New Westminster. II, I.
tii ;        emenl
No   I... it n        plnni    |,R1.| . ,., ,i , ,,,,, i,|
el    11 a |l(] ll
r-1.iii>i N. i    : . a .   . . follow -     . '      |i 11   n ��� a ������:   rei omn   nded I hal thip
All
work.
kinds oi
ti,, , i..., .  _fi.   nui Ses.
"Monkejii iiinko pooi nurses," Bdld i)
7,iiii keeper.   "When ihey live near n
stream of unler and one of the colony
ruth   sick   thej   im "iii'iii   toss   hlm
ot ai il      The.    tlou i    wani   him
Slill)   I't'lii'Ml'   "t""'"1     His siulis and groans anuoj
1 ' ih. ui so.   TsBtl   Off i lock!'
"Here In captivity I hm n tu ruin.ive
t; I   a 10,000
5; '   - i I" IO
M
Honorar   Prea lent
���
ani ���-    Haaager
^"rathcoaa aa 1
V-   Drummonl
���... Vice Pre -   .
i -.-S3 transac I ���
- rriacipal cir.le*    .     mad*       L idoa,  Eng.. Hen
I :-.r.'s N'fld., a^i  -orrespa��xd��nta ia Ul par^ ot   w
S^iNGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
lE^ WE;-t,
Ship and Scow   Building !l1, ' *'" ' ' ' ' " bl9 cof;
,.     i.    ..ia,;,   i..,,ii     ai.i,  im r           ' -   i. miles   ren cli.    Otherwise  they   would
iitvi   mine days in advance, thus avoid fl S[)t't litll}. t,,,,,,  |;in  blpm     When Hn-y eun.  well
ini  tii   rush ami ensuring i ' careful       t/.,i ;,,,,,i,, ,     ,���., ,,,,il,, Pii*    monkeys  ti>'t.   n  Btrange Joy   in  tor
,.,,,.;;,.,.    \,..,���;.,���, .���i..,..,,, i���. ,���i���i���     JiiSiimaieB   prompi"iy uir-
i,.i  di n.   .  lhe dny before Christmas dJhIiciI,
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I ,,����� ,                          ���    ���         Special attention i to   hipments            W. E. EMERSON dies, as mrttt.  ns can And room sii on
v                                          ' ' lifi il BruiBin ni l Lui pe i,i_ i������i,.   , i,_,, i,���,0ii,,.,   vow __-ipmn
ii ������:   ('r\elt   "'I  '"'i      Ion t             ,.                       ,        ,              i     ,        RESIDENCE--.-i Eighth slrept, New   uw ooay. (iuse togetnei, I'M  solemn,
For   rurther   informatmn   applj   to ���, tii���,mli engaged In Bome re iglous
linatoii  i el                           ,,, _ ,���,.   _ ,,n,,, ���|   r  c   r    inti,,,,. W����tmln��i<r, B.C. lUe..
Inla   .rm   i   unit- .  is follows    10   Plum  i'i ______----______���������-������.      ��� : .
hn I ns m ��� . '.   i
111  ell
��� hen    ' it
iiicnet
\ o.  I! 1    I' 11 ll l
uit'iiiinir no Invalid    They bite the end
of his tail, they drag him about, and
,      , .        i chains north   10 cha  i
I-, |    |fti    noi'lli io chains wi
. hains    itiiitli,  In poln i   ol i nm
'      a.
IV.  ."i    I'""''
.      itoi    ���' '���'   VI nil''.   H.D.8
!��� fii'    \ -in lit.
w Mcdonald, Aoent.
IER  BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER,  ARent.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
.V-._nu_acr.urera of
lStow Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
ireh    Riven I lay?
late  .   in   mil   to  appl.   In I he
. , I      III    la       ���,,,    I
,   |cense    i cut nlni en rr;
,,. ��� follm ���
. :   ar   ,i   posi   mm ked
. planted oh the
��� feudal i river, aboul
, , fr, a   the   mouth, run
[    ...... iws     to (hains  noilli,   ISO
10 chains south,   nm
1"l          j   ch
1  ne C-1 rruthers Manufacturing Co.  ; ,,.,.,., east to point of eommehce
"' !    , .,.���   eontalnlng 840 acres, more  or
VANCOUVE?    2 C
in. north haa
PERUSE  IN   THE  Sf:\\'Ss:',::zE'i>
[ess
j. con.tr.   icing   i    ti  POSI   marked
W   M's S.W. Corner, planted on the
north tmnk "���'    " xiUla,ft rlver' Bbou-
m lho mouth, running
chains north, 120 ch iln I
Second Hand (ji. i._.s of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. AU Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Thifl is llie SeWoti's most
popul&f model ill Men's Sack
Suits.
It is a
"Progress
Brand
99
creation.    Distinctive   and
elegant.
Whenever  and   wherever
' you buy
look for the label that protects.
H.   l_.   de BECK
MOCRES- BRAND
CLOTHING
',11  * 8
THE DAILY NEWS
F*IDAY
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Public Supply Stores
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter int-nd-d for tbi. WlliBUi ibeuld be ad-
dreaed. Social Editor. t>_ih Netrt, D, li
Box 4>_, New Westminster."
| Seasonable   Gifts
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,    New Toilet Sets.       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
G. ADAMS,~^
v. '
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
XMAS,  1906
WATCH
MOREY'S ST0C&0W
Cards, Calendars, Toys,
Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Crockery & Glassware,
Fine Stationery, Etc.
THE
WHITE HOUSE
Dainty Collars and Belts
Handkerchiefs of all kinds
Prices to suit all purses
AJ.BIRTCH, 275 Columbia SL
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B. A. Sands and family have, arrived
here from Everett,, "Wash., and will
ma!:, their tome in this city.
G. D. Brymner, of the Bank of Montreal, has returned from Chillrwack,
where he watched the work of building the vault in the new bank at that
place. The bank will now soon be
ready for occupancy, and Mr. Duthie,
of this city, will assume the duties of
local mauager.
A. \V. Taylor, nf Edmonton, arrived
iu the city yesterday evening, and will,
spend a few days here with his relatives. Mrs. Taylor, who arrived in
tlie city a few days ago. is a sister of
the late Warden Armstrong.
Miss Chantrell, a daughter of the
customs Inspector at Blaine, returned
home yesterday afternoon after spend-
Ing a few days in this ciiy visiting her
frien,1.  Miss M.   Davidson.
D. K. Ker, head of the Brackman-
Ker Milling Co.. is expected to return
to tlu' coast shortly, after a visit of
inspection tn the different branches ol
his company in this province and Alberta.
F. Saunders, who has been a resident of this city for several years, and
iu the employ of the Western Canadian Can factory, left yesterday for
London. England, where he will spend
Christmas with bis relatives. T.
Cherry, who has also been for a long
time a resitlen: of this city, accompanied  bim.
Miss B. Maxwell arrived in lhe city
yesterday from Coutlee, B.C.. on a
visit to her brother, W, Maxwell, of
the local C.P.R. staff.
Brenton S. Brown aud R. A. Walsh,
uvo Vancouver real estate men. were
in the city on  business yesterday.
Mr. Albert Armstrong and wife left
yesterday  for  their  home  in   Seattle.
This evening ihe .students of Columbian college will be entertained by
Dr. and Mrs. Sipprell, in the college
building.
Dr.  W.  V.  Davies  has returned   to
his home in Chilliwack. after visiting
his mother, who has been very ill at
ber home at Warren, Oregon. The
doctor found that his mother hati rallied somewhat and was ou a fair way
io recovery.
w. a.  Gilley   was  confined in   hi>-
home yesterday  on account of an al
tack  of Ia gripjie.
I
AT
Reasonable   Prices
HERE are so many popular lines of Goods here, suitable for Christ-���.
Gifts, that it is hard to sav which are the most in demand    It js J
to say, though, that LADIES' NECKWEAR and KID GLOVES are near th
front in the running for first place. In Neckwear you want the Newest
in Kid Gloves, the Best.   You will find them here at favorable prirJ
New Neckwear
Our new I.ace Collars and  Tl
art-   gri
1 ! for thyr
style, and remembered on account of their lownei
LACK TIES in dozens "f dlffi renl si ,1<
prices���_.*,(��� to $3.00 each.
LACE  COLLARS  in   Oriental    Laci     I,,
tic. 20c tn Il'.iiii each,
SILK   AND  CHIFFON  COLLARS In  a   ph
A special feature with these If  -'.a' evei
is boxed in handsome individual  tux     So i vi
show  25c to $3.00 each.
Lace
P
The Best Kid Gloves Sold Here
Any Glove want can be satisfied in our Glove Department.   Always acceptable to a woman-a nice pair of Kid Gloves.
A Few of Our Lines Mentioned Here
Ladies*  Silk Lined  Mocha.    Per   pair    $2.00
Ladies' Wool  Lined  Mocha.    Per   pair    $1.50
Ladies'  Unlined Mocha, extra wearing quality.    Per  pair $1.50
Reynier's "Alan" Suede, for la lies, all colors.   Per pair $1.50
Reynier's "Hand Sewn Suede." the   best   undressed   kid glove  mail.'.
Black and colors.    Per pair       $1.75
Reynier's "DIamant" Pirjue Sewj, mode shades.    Per pair   $1.75
Reynier's 'Boneval'' Dressed Kid, all colors.    Per pair $1.50
Reynier's   "Boneval"' Washing,  white.    Per pair  $1.50
Full ranges of colors in Long Kid Cloves, in Suede and Qlace, i_ and
16 button lengths.   Per pair  $2.25 to $3.50
Ask to see these lines when looking for your Christmas Gloves,
W. 5. Collister & Co
&
DAINTY
SLIPPER
en nTr ry    OestroyeO    ny    are   young
spruces iiii not at once spring up and
passenger  to  Rossland yesterday   on  C0VJ.r Ihe burned area.   Tbe seed bear
His   Lordship   Bishop   Dan. waa
; I business in connection with the  tiio-
cese.
Tbe  V"r<��T��-4-  BrUrfnwa.
There are held bere many "eonlidea-
tlal weddings," as they nre called
when the ceremony is kept unusually
yuieL But sometimes they are too cou-
tideutlal to please the relatives of tbe
parties. The coercion of prospective
brides under Buch circumstances is a
proceeding well authenticated in fact
uud fiction. A kidnaped bridegroom,
however, is unusual, though be imp
ing cones have been burned, nnd the
spores and seeds of other plants which
are readily carried by tbe wind find
Iheir why hi first. The task of preparing for the forest Is begun again, but
this time il is to be 0 shorter one, The
first year after the fire mosses and
often nny flowering plants appear.
These are replaced by the fireweed
and other flowers whose seeds are pro
Vided with hair-i so that they reach
such plates t|iiit'kly. These are soou
Joined by raspberries, roses and other
bushes. Among these the ydtmg seedlings of aspens appear in a very few
Selling Out $20,000 Stock
pened at St George's nut long ago.
lie was a gentleman of position, 1114I   ���vt':irs- Tllt' h""'r Brow rapidly and In
Every article or piece of furniture jn our establishment at
actual cost without reserve.    First come, first served. We
need the cash and you want the goods.   This is a    I
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
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a score of years form a low sunny forest. An aspen lores! makes a brilliant
contrast with the dark green forests
of spruce.- st. Nicholas.
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There is nothing more acceptable for a Christmas gift either
to Mother, Sister or Sweetheart
than a nice pair of Slippers.
We have them in endless varieties. Call and have a pair put
aside while the assortment is
large.
Have you ever worn a pair of
those celebrated Dr. Jaeger's
Slippers ? If not, why not ?
You won't know what comfort
is till you get a pair. Sold
only by
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Store
���
he wished to marry a lady wbo bad
nursed him through an illness. There
was no cause or just Impediment save
social rank. The gentleman was determined, aud  the lady  seconded  bis ���	
plans admirably. But the day and the ortjrin <-f *��  iuce��.
details leaked out. end before the time Wlu'" iIhI Asr��' ���*'"'������"- begln7   They
~K6u t_ie LKiuegrooGJ-..  male rem me- are mentioned In the lirst "Racing Cal
deployed   strategically   through   Man endar,"   published   In   17_7.   and   the
dox Btreet and surrounded the church usual   statement   Is   thai   they   were
He drove up In a hansom cab,   With founded by the Duke of Cumberland,
lhl ami Tls Columbia St.    Four Fl.
Rear Extension, Fronl
ifaffi2(i3&!&ffl
bis eyes fixed on the expectant bride,
be prepared to alight, An athletic uncle iiiiii a brother sprang forward,
thrust him back, with u "Glad to meet
you, old fellow" manner thai deceived
the cabman, ivho obeyed the iiuick di
rectlou he heard uud drove the three
away, 'I he lady, with (ears in ber
eyes, went into the vestry. "There
will in- 111 wedding," she said.
"They've run uway   with  him."   And
thai was the Insl St, <; ge's heard of
them.���London Mall.
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:
l-ori'siH* 1 iuuu in-ill  Dentil.
Thf life of nearly all forests is cut
short by fire or by the hand of the
lumberman,   When a gpruce forest is
uncle of George III. Bul nn entry In
tlie accounts of the master of the horse
in ITU suggests ihat Ihey were found
ed by Queen Anne on Aug, 0, 1711. The
truth, no doubt, Is thnt Ascot races,
like many other augusl Institutions,
gradually developed from n germ, so
thai it Is difficult to sny when they
really began Al any rnte, they were
quite ih.' sort of thing that enthusiast
of th" turf, Queen Anne, would hi 11
founded, She was 11 thorough Stuart
in ibis passion, It wus ber greatgrandfather, Jumes l��� n ti 1 encouraged,
il bo ilid in,1 establish, horse racing in
Scotland and popularized it in Eng
I11111I.-- London < iin null'.
MONEY TO LOAN
on improved farm lands at moderate rates of interest and special
terms of re-payment. Likewise,
we will assist you to build, by
advancing the necessary funds,
re-payable   on   very  easy   terms.
F. J. HART & CO., ^d.
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SAPPERTO
PROPERT
j        ON   TUESDAY
Malins, Coulthard & Col
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster R|
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j Electric Railway Service!
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
liotir from 6:50 a. tn. to 11 p,
in. excepting at 7:"0 and SiM
a. 111. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
ii I.", a.m. to  11  p 111.
20 Minute Service���.\o transfer.
Hot ween 12 and 2 ami b and 7.
during *\
ulis'i'1'
30   Minute    Service
malndi'i' or day.
Leopold Place,
Sunday   Service  balU*o<">? ��'
tween S a.m. and M I'-"1'
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute Service fronli^
ra. to   ll   p.m.. except_M'\
12 and 2, and 5 and ������ ^j
which hours the ��''��n
half-hourly,
Sunday Service   l,,irir-;;
tweon 8.30 .1 m. anil u 1
British Columbia Electric Ry- Co.
Ltd J

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