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,, MK i. NUMBER -.'"v
GOVERNOR C <LY,"
DEMOfJ iATS SAY
10 CENTS PEK WEEK
s>
ea Returns Indicate Virsf   / of Democratic Ticket
New York State 4   ���ept for the Defeat
of Mr. Hearst.
in
GOLD NEAR BATTLEFORD
North Battleford, Nov. 7   Gold, in what appears
tt) lie  immense quantities, has been discovered at
Purling, a tank station on the C. X. IE 42 miles west
j of here.   The discovery was made by an old prospector named Hughes.
Hughes sent samples of dirt, taken at random
FROM SEA TO SEA
HARRIMAN RULES
He Has At  Last Secured   Control  of  Lines Which tGive
Him a Continuous Track From the Atlantic
To the Pacific.
7-At in. might ;. t ;���, ��� the     . , ,   :. . j        hughes ^m samples of dirt, taken at random
��� .,- to who was emment.  i; r the .... i over a square mile oi territory, to the assaying office
ol ^w |erate  indifferenci j at Ottawa.    The report came back, Tuesday, that it '
.    .., ,,' :, :.i :���!";:;,/'!; I  ; , V : kdassayed at $40 of the precious stuff to a ton. Ac- j
that hour, i   on one hand.no       , ..... i cording to Hughes, the vein extends for ten miles and ���
,n   in hand* m abuses on the other i  ui The eie. ! is over a mile wide.   It lies in what is thought to be
Chandler,   oi tion is a rehul .��� -., ,t,.,,r..,..-;,..,. ,.....���. i      1      .     . . .   ' f
Ni a . irk, N'o.. 7. H> tla , lection
il  .1. T. Harahan as president
i inois i 'enl ral Roil roa 1 Co., t i
.... .1  Sl uj vesani  Fish.   E.   H,   Hi
lias i , il is believed, rea
undi .   . ...    control  more
tha i . ' ...    track, capitalized
. ; more than $1,700, ,000.   T T. Ilni
���   .i      i Ice-]   '   Idem    of   the    Illinois
' ��� ntral,  -.\as elected  president of the
]'< dem;-,.... J   ^p |      j
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in  ban 1. l'n    a ., es on the othi ,...,,,
��� .;   Chandler, of   tion is a reb il
.   endence    League   ods,  and  i:  is also Impn --ive
.���ii.. for  the state   demands for responsible eadet
'   idlngthe Dem ;  shall a ldre_    i to the 1
I   ":    '!l'     ' ���'������     :;    ���'   sq laring the a ! ninl i i
ii'' itenant-gov    ernmenl  with the inte est of thi    ������
.    604,234, Bruce 519,-  pie, confident that I may rei;   ipon the
thai  outside of the  support of all good citizens, noi    ���
tnose   v. ho   vote i    toi    mi
tho .
., .ernor, and possibly
L,e! .��� ��� nor, the  Democm-
[.,,       elected     In Greater New
...       lead Is   134,941, and
_  .,    Bruce must overcome in
....    ���. mtii -.    Among   the
Is      Westchester,
8,000.  plurality
|   ,        iti   headquarters,  while
��� ��� :,!������  io-nlght thai
oul    ahead, would
���.   ���
Vi      Mi .. 7. -Incomplete re-
thirds of the coun iea
;    impossiuie   to
;; a       ires on l he stati
i    i
who,  in   the  in-' nsity of th
desire to end a   ises   ,-oted fo   mj o ���
ponent.    In  tbe work i : ��� nsurins. I
the extent of mj   power, the jusl administration of the governmenl of this
state, I Bhall devote mysi ll  ana. -,   ���,
edly."
Concord, N.H., Nov. 7.���Thi con'- sl
for governor of the state will have to
hi settled In the legislal tre, tin- Republican candidate, Chas. E. Floyd,
having failed to secure a majoritj
over the other two candidates. The
returns from 275 of the 292 wards and
towns of Lhe state give Floyd, Repub-
" Tlf V^T lican, 39,948 for governor; Jameson,
'* :: ������' ' ' Democrat, 37,138; Tetley, Prohibition,
-' 129; Scattering, s74
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oi an ancient river.    The precious metal is !
���������!*'d in a soft shell rock under placer mud.   The
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rock lies about ten feet below the surface. Hughes
has been prospecting about the country for some
time. He kept his find carefully to himself. Though
for a month he has known there was gold in the rock,
he did not know of its quantity until the government
assayer's report came Tuesday. He told several
friends of the find. He has staked out several claims
and is now at work washing the dirt. Many citizens
of this town are packing camping outfits, preparing
to rush to the scene to-morrow.
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i,. ati   for  govei nor, has
'-..    approximately,
ti lei  of the  candidates
lo . lie itena"nt-gov rnoi
��� ,-esanl Cnandler, Di mocra-
pendent eagui candidate, has
if 1.M.I'll. I';, state,
I Will Run Again,"
Says Mayor Keary
I'
turns
candidate for lieu- j election of .1. K. Kalanlanaole, Repub
��� rn       is   running   slightly   "can
Mt   Hughes'  vote.    As Mr,  increased    majority.
Oil
W.    H.   Kearj    has   d< finitely   an-,
uouni i 1 lhal  he will again be a candidal  foi the mayi r; Ity tor 1907.
For ���;;���- tiis' time since the coming
eleel on has been the talk of tiie citj',
Mayor Kearj  has answered the tju__-
as delegate to congress, by in  Uon as t0 whether he would be a can-
Thi   Island   ol   :  '��� '��� ���  *" ,: decided manner, and with-
Coast despatches sny that the Re-
ubllcans have made almost a clean
weep in California and Washington.
Honolulu, Nov :. '! .. election re-
far receivi I In licate the re-
lown  to-Greater  .Ww Hawaii  went   Democratic  except   for
;> xiniately   120,000, it delegate.
���. a thai the vote for Topeka, Kan.. Nu.. 7.���Republicans
-.   the   ticket   will   be claim a lead of 2,000 votes on gover-
!..��� complete official nor, with 12 counties still out.   Demo-
oi  the result   He-  crats claim a lead ol less than 1,1	
ming in slowly from up- for Harris, with 16 ���     nl   - out.
V   11   O'clock, 4li out Louisville. Nov. 7.    With only a fl fl
had  completed Uie mountain  counties to  hni:   irom.  ani
j         ���'���'���'    '*>   "k>    figures, these  probably   increasing   his  lead,
*             '   Impossible to pre- Governor   Breckaham   has   won   his
'  'he entire count  ns
te   places.    At   the
on'   a:;;,   "buts"   or
attached to
city, imt time has proved that 1 was
right. Ol course, 1 do no; take all the
iio iii for ihis, as 1 was nobly assisted
by the oilier members of tiie city
council, and also by tlie provincial
government, cut I was tlie prime
mover in it right along.
"The facl that i have accepted tin.'
managemenl   of  the exhibition  work   together ���:���   fuam  r	
foi- another year has also had .some
'.���   fulfilment   of his   desire   to  company  .at   a  meeting  of  ihe board
a   line  from the  Atlantic  to   of din ctors here, bj a vote of 8 to 0,
thi   Pui  Be oceans.   In this greal plan,   the adherents of Stuyvesanl  Fish iuu
in,ii-- Central was the one iin'-   voting     The meeting  is  reported  to
to complete the line ot traci,   h: .'���   .������ i a storraj one.
New   York to San l-'iaa, Isco an I
I'     lan i.    i o egon;    from    the   great
It        ���    the Gulf ot Mexli o, and    i
tin   gulf to the   Pacific again.    Cntil
within a few months, eastern termln
als ' ���  the Harriman system wore nt
Kansi
leans.
thi   direction of securing  the desired
outlei en the Atlantic seaboard for th ���
I'nion   Pacific   and   Southern   Pacific
railroads  is   believed   to   have   been
taken by  Mr,  Harriman a  few wee, -
ago, when il was reported thai one of
the roads under his control had taki a
over  the  chii;};*' of the  Baltimore 4;
Ohio,  by   the   purchase  of  a block   ci
I i.ii.io shares of the company,  which
was  sold   by  the   Pennsylvania   Railroad  Co.
This  would   give   Mr,   Harriman a
route from Chicago and  St. Louis to
Baltimore and   Now  York.    To  complete the ambitious proposition  for a
continuous  line from ocean   to ocean.
Atkins-Banton.
A number of local people wenl over
to Vancouver yesterday to attend the
age    ��� I'    Miss    Annie    Banton,
daughter of Rev. A, .1. Hanlon. of the
Omaha   and   New Or-1 christian   Institute,   Vancouver,   and
rhe   mosi   Important   step in   niece of F. W  Banton, of this city, to
Mr. Atkins, of Vancouver, The wed
ding took place in the Gospel hall on
Cordova streel, and the ceremony was
! erfO  me 1   by  the  bride's  fill her.
Bluejackets Coming.
Qui hoc. Nov, 7    The Canadian Pacific liner Luke Erie arrived bore yes-
, ti I'd.a.'.   with ovei- one hundred  sailors
land marines from Chatham, England,
i ii   route  tor   Esqulmalt,  [i.e..   where
they   will  go  aboard   liritish   warships
.' there.   There are live officers in tlie
I party,  whicb  is  in charge  of  Lieut,
Douglas.     The  parly  left   foi- the  west
on a  special  train to-day.
it  was neeessarv onlv to connect t ie
western terminals of tbe Haiti;.,, e Mo0^ Goes to SuPreme Court.
and ohie with the eastern terminal Washington, Nov. 7.���The President
of the Southern Pacific or Union Pa- to-day announced the appointment or
ciflc, and this purpos*. the Illinois Ci :_��� . Attorney-General Win. Henry Moody.
trai serves amply. "^ Massachusetts, as justice of the suits line from Omaha toChtcagotl, preme
md  Ha
..-   remarks.    Hi   bas openlj  avowed thing to do with my decision.    Were
i.,-    mention  i.t making another bid u '"���" ''"' this, ' could noi devote the
for th,  office which iie has now hei.i time that I do to the managemenl of
tor ;.,  pasl five years, and auy  can- ''''���"' atiaiis.
tin
f :      ti  headquarters no deu-
r i .aim could be ha I,
it as there were still
tnties   'o   be heard
nothing    would    lie
Ihesi    could   be re-
N'ov, 7.  ���  Republican
iff -aid:   "On looking
ol  some   forty-odd
I  that  Mr.   Bruce bas
il tghes by 600 votes.
t ������ ���   elected.    At the
' ������ care to stive any
'ia- resl of the li?-
flght against Senator McCreary for
she nomination foi i'nited States sen-
atorshlp. Samuel W Hagar was nominated Por governor in the same primary by a majority <.; between 12,000
and 15,000, the nomination fo:' attorney-general going lo .': bu '1. Hendricks.
Wheeling, VV.Va., Xo\   7    Complete
returns from the diffen nl counties are
,     aspiring to become chief mag-
trate    il   this  city  will  have  to run
.... ,.'.-���  iiii.- formidable opponent
,.- .. : by a Daily News reporter ;o
stati reasons which bad finally In-
.; .        ' ,, i    iu enter    the   lists  once
more, Mr. Keai;,   handed out the foi-
I,  a .;._     :a,    ei   talk '.
. .    . u bile  I   ,o noi   wish to be in
"There is also another reason, and
this is thai I wish to see certain matters in connection with the new hospital completed, and as mayor of the
city, I am able to do more for this
than I could possibly do as a private
Individual, 1 am very much Inter-
este 1 in the hospital work.
court   of the  i'nited  States, to
'succeed     Justice     Henry     Hillings
more and Ohio, while the Illinois Con-! Brown, who  retired some time ago.
trai branch rrom Chicago to New Or-1
leans   gives   the   Southern   Pacific  on  : Money  is  Dear,
trance into Chicago and the seaboard- ���   London, Nov. 7, I p.m.   -Consols for
Taken   together,  ihis   system,   if  uni    money. 861-16;  lor account, St', TIC.
MEETING TO-NIGHT EUROPEAN COMMENTS
AROUSES INTEREST ON N. Y, ELECTION
There is a Lot of Talk and Some Ml
Bpprension   About  Citizens'
Committee.
' There are also several other rea-
a-., waj egotistical about it, I think sons which have influenced me In de-
thai ii will be acknowledged on every elding to run again, bul these are the
sidi hal tlien is not another man -n principal ones. I believe thai the ma
this city, perhaps with oue exception, Jority ol the people are satisfied with
who has .not such a grasp on the the way in which I have managed
municipal affairs of New Westminster affairs since I was first elected,
as I have, and this Is one of my roa- though I am well aware thai I have
sons.   When 1 was first elected mayor,   poi   been  able to   please   everybody.
We are all liable to make mistakes fit   z''"-s'  meeting, but  tlie publicity givi n    personal   victory
some  time or other, bul   i can  con-  iii the matter will probably necessl
total Republican majoritj forthestate  out during mj  i Iniinistration.   There   sclentiouslj   say  thai   1   have always   tate   "Standing   room  only'
Is   about   is,bim.    Thi    legislature  is  wai a'.out $90, In unpaid taxes; the  tried to do my best, and have always  be out early in the evening
Republican, [iand ha_ now d ta other par-   had   the besl   Interesl  of  New   \\'.
minster al heart."
Tlis    Morning's    London    and    Paris
Papers   Give   Their   Opinions
on  the Result.
f
II   wns  the intention of lhe  proiin
ers of the meeting to-night to gel
small but representative gathering
I gether In order to prepare for a cl
coming  In  to-nighl   and increase  the  there wa_ a deficil of $40,000 againsl
size  of the   Republican victory    Tie   the  city.    Thai   has all   been   wiped
Paris,   Nov.   8.���The   papers    this
morning comment al length upon t.he
result   of  the ''lection  in   New   York.
The Figaro regards the outcome as a
for President Roose
veil.     I.'liiimatiiio   declares    thai   S(
<igns  io j clallsm   alone   will   benefit   from   the
Posslbi   enormous     revolutionary    movemenl
b ague headquar-
le ticket, with the
learsi for governor,
St Louis, Mo., Nov. 7.���From nearly   ties, and   madi produce   revenue
complete returns the Democrats have  or ���   more.    During mj  tenure of of-
carried   the  Btate   by   a   plurality  oi   ti,,   the city has acquired  control of in  Fighting  Humor.
7.'i|o, electing  all  candidates on   the   all the rivet ton   hoi  , and this moans Toronto, Ont., Nov. 7.    E   B, Osier
state  ticket,  ami   twelve  of  the  six-1 thousands of dollars'  worth  of  prop-jin a speech r|  the annual meeting ol
\t the Democratic   teen  congressmen.    The  Republicans  erty.    Whoa I  firsl  announced bj   In- the   Fifth    Ward    Conservatives   lasi
no  predictions  or  elected   congressmen  In   Kansas  ''i"    tentlon  oi  gaining  possession of this night, said thai the coining session oi
��� ���, out.                       and St. Louis, but lost all the districts   foreshore, 1 was laughed nl by one of parllamenl    will    he    a   lively    on'"
Chas.  E. Hughes to-   In   the   Btate  which   had   been   swept   ti,"  cleveresl  lawyers  rn   British  Co- "Then," he said, "we shall have a sud
statement:             Into the Republican  ranks two years  lumbla, who told   me   that   I   would don dissolution before   Christmas  m
ni .er gel   possessl ri  ol  this  tor  Ibe 1907."
rlety and for
Chehalis   Case,
yesterday   afternoon,   Mr.   Bodwell,
for the defence,   moved  foi   the  dis-
al of Captain Griffin.
Mr,  Bodwell   said   thai   while the
. hehalls  disaster  wtis  a   regrettal h
accident, and perhaps due to the carelessness of someone,  it wns  another
thing to prove ci Lminal Intent.   There
I had  been   no evideni -   ol Intent, he
ti,,       .   ,       .    submitted.
ihe switchmen s
lhe ai si,bu,'    With the evidence of Engineer Dean
. | ..,,. railway,,  the crown yesterday afternoon clo ed
,.,.,.,   the de. its case against Captain Griffin, hav-
��� increase in '"���" caIled lll"'('" wi""'s"-,,s'
Th,. rail- The defence, with a dozen witness-
':i offered the men es, late In the afternoon began Its rein  hour,  and ply.    Capt. Griffin  will  likely  be one
' the qui stion
STILL STAND OUT
���  Yet  Been  Arrived
-' Prosoe.ts of One
Ar? Good.
���
THE COUNT IS STILL
AFTER THE HARD CASH
��� ���        hut   uld  nol   ut ter one word of
��� l ilicism    of     the     i oillite- IS        111    the
. oiu ��� ol the i roci ��� lings ii trans I red
candidates  for the forthcoming civic
election will be publicly discussed  for
the flrsl lime, and the administration
of the presenl city council will prob-
nbly come iu for criticism of all kind'-.
Indications poinl  to a lively  meeting.
I'll"   llail;.    News   has   not   hoard   how
many have been Invited to be present,
imi  thei e Is compluinl of exceptions,
iding the mayor of the city  and
ol  the nl lormen, and  as  the
Is ii i    Invite i   guests onl ,
againsl i apltallsm; and the Journal
lays the Republican party wlll be dis-
solutionlzed, aud thai the time Is now
past for the construction of reforms,
Li in I, m. Nov. 8, - All the morning
newspapers publish long editorial articles on the resull of the elections In
Now York state. They comment on
the close vote as an Indication of the
popular discontent with enormous
combinations of capital. The Dailj
Telegraph thinks the moral i i thai
Americans, while "nol quite ready to
accepl ii'iii-ti - ,' in full, are heartily sick of being robbed by trustsanl
Drays
The   C.stellane   Diverse   Case
Along   in the   French
Courts.
Pai Is, Nov. 7.- The to iture of Malic inet's   pn   enl lion   ol   Counl
Boni de Castellane.'s side ol the case
ia the trial foi tlivi r e, was the charge
: hal o inti ���--' lawyers had poison-
,. | her mind.   Freed from outside In
Buence, be Inslste I, she  would  have
.vill be unavoldabl. absent
1  '   inentlni upon thli  rallure ofthi corporation    i    I are prepared to ..'������
llinl Ihe counl bad naked the coun lo  committee to semi  Invitations to  lh ., considers le wa     i thai direction,"
p.mi him $30,000 a year after having  members ol the council, Mayor Kearj The      News      elleves    thai    with
lejeeied his wife's offerof the same  said yesterdaj thai he considered the "wealth,    culture    and    Intelligence"
annually and $200,000 down.         nctlon  to be rather discourteous,    If against   Mr,   Hearst, his   Btrength Is
Maine Cruppl  did  nol   hesitate lo  the administration of affairs is lo be "one  particular portion of the world
Intimate lhal It  was the count's pur   discus ed, he thoughl thai it waa only movemenl of unrest."
pose to prolong Ihe scandal. In order
��� ��� hi ing about a reconciliation or so'
cure teller terms. Mailro Bonnet's
charge of tlie bribery of witnesses
may prove successful In forcing an en
qulry, uh a French court seldom overlooks snob allegations,
Bail  Refused.
Toronto, Nov, 7.   counsel for Chas,
of t.he tirst to be called,   i: is expicie i   returned to hei husband.   He argued   ytcnill, former general manager of tj lection that it Is hard to keep track
rlghl   thai   the  mayor and aldermen      The Mall considers the resull as an
should i.o invited lo be present at the evidence of growing exasperation
meeting, so thai they mlghl be given against trusts and their tactics.-' while
a chance to enter Into the discussions, the Chronicle, In a similar vein, say::
Mr, Keary did nol look unduly wor "Americans, if tljey arc wise, will read
riol over the Btipnosed Blight, ho.v- lbe true moral, not in Ihe majority
ever, ami will not likely lose any.against Hearst, bul in the huge vote
sleep over It. i for him."   The Standard and the Trl-
So   many   mimes    have   keen    nun     luine sa .   the result ^ a serious blow
tlnuoi recently In connection with the   ror the president, while the Mail sins
ild receive the  that the case will close to-day,
questions al Is-      The live witnesses called yesterday
'deration, with  were: Rev. A. IS. Hetherington, Adam
��� ������  will be  no j Russell, Capt. Mortimer, ol
i Era, Roi
.   lt an enqulrj  nom   was Imperative  Ontario bank, to-day applied tor bis  or them; bin li is probable thut a Ud-
It  is
him.
n   unquestionable   victory  for
ihe  Telegraph  says   the  presi-
ti   give the counl an  opportunity lo  release on $26,000 ball,    Tbe magis-   kel will be framed at to-night's mo.'t-'. dent  "will  nnd  little cause for self-
explode tini fli       evidence according  i,,{|,. refused to take the responslbll-  ing. which is only a preliminary one   congratulation"   in the   result,  while
tne N-,,v,.   to which he bad been pictured as a in 0n bis shoulders, and refined It,     J.  \. Lee stated yesterday evening to   the Post   is of  the opinion  that  he
i !."'',','.'"'."." Ti'.-'nyj,],., ���.��� Dean   '""'! l"'1"''   Coun1 l;""'s ""'���' '''"'"'   >'' ,>:ill'V N'('"'s reporter that be would j (turned  the scale at the critical mo-
r^te Nominated,
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f    ' ��� nimously chose
\ late for the
e ol   . 'nun ns
Mi at real.
\  Conservative
Of  the  Chehalis.
according msi I,   was  his   desire
.     i    ... , ; ,. realize her dream of
Electrician  Killed. nm  be a candidate, either for mayor Unient. In  what it calls the "cause of
Hamilton,   Nov, 7    John   Goddard, or tor alderman, and that hla decision  decency"     An   interview   with   Mr.
becoming    he  queen  of  the  French   whlle  helping  a   fellow   workman   to "was  finiil.    "I'm  down   and  out," he  Richard Croker is also credited with
Battleshio Safe.                   arlstoci cj    ia his efforts to this end. jujjugi  an  ave   lamp   in   the   Grand said, "nnd I absolutely refuse to run affecting the result, and the Chronicle
New York  Nov  7���The Maine was I   lompromised his own aa well Trunk roundhouse last night, came in | tor election. But I will go to the meet-  voice* the opinion of a majority of the
floated this afternoon  and  proceed  I  .    hei  fortune,   Maitre Bonnet  sir,   eon Uct with   a live   wire   and  was Ing and jprobably make a speech, just | presa when it says, "Mr, Murphy has
|M!  .'.,1,   '.    ��� iagel    .tacked   the   countess'   allot'..  k���le(,.
to her dock undo
to air my views."
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water, bath, etc, four lots,
residential section, r..y
$2700. E:.'.;.:-_      >nee.
A Bargain
re ,c..--     ...-. -
: ttaere,
full siza I - *��� near Fifth
Avenue an I F urth Street,
priee $1,200, $400 cash,
A Snap
Best Buy in City
20 lots   n I
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$1100
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b   ���     reg   '��� " of their roices
Ml     Won     ' ���  Itlgbl - v i -  bi
With Indignation.  "Well, I
I,. ��� hrillj     'i ben    _uddenly,
some ti '��� [ilained res wn, she stoppi
He.;'
Tlie profi lied to himself.
The  Idiis Woman.
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Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co
Tide Table    Fraser River
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BUSINESS INSTITUTE
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Seven   Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
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R. I. SPROTT, B. A.. Prittdpal
It's   wonderful   whal   a   great   ton
being busy Is.   it takes y iur mind i 'i
your o i'ii cares uud "ives you no -....-
to fane;  : m are ailing or ml ier ible.
"Tbe ��������� oi t curt e n woman can ha . e
Ik un idle, empty life de. Old of 1.
terests," I heard a busy woma i ��� y
the other day, and as I looked at hei
Blender, active figure, full of life and
energy, I wished more women ve...
like Iier.
Vou  wlll need no antlfat tre iti lenl
or beauty or nerve specialists i.  yo
onlv keen brltrbl and biuv a" "v ' ������
EYES
TESTED
FREE
Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
Synopsis    of    Canadian     Homestead Regulations
A.-.;.��� -.       .       '      '     n .'.:.:��� with-
-. - .: :.    a      ; >it In BritJ b  _ : ���-..
, m_       .  b     - steaded I y _::;���   ; - r-
..-.--. - lead of a family,
-  m;   male  .ver ' ���  : ears ol age  to
th.    ._'-_-.    if     .-: ..."t."   jectlr/n   of
icre    more    r less
_.'.'.   -... -      :   ;.. it--  pers oally  . t
the       .   ..-..   .:::   . tor the iistrict In
-- a    i the land la   ituate.
The homestea ler   - required to perform the      -.      ns  connected therewith mder  .-- of tbe :'. llowing plans
:    At least six  month-'  res lence
:;. r.   and   :olt ration   of the  land  in
-. '-. year for three years.
_    It :. ; father 'or mother, if :':.-.
Fat    ���       -   ��� . if the homesteader
res  .-���   _pon   a  farm   in  the   vicinity
���'  the land  entere _  f  r  the  re . . re
mei -   _   to residet   - may he -_: sfied
by  such  ;.  rson residing with the  father or  mother
tj.  If the settl - bis perm inent
residei        .-   n I am  - z  land   owne 1
by  I ~  in  -he  -.  rinity  of h -  bome-
...   .-.-;.   rements as to ri    lei
may  be -1   hy   residence   up n
I lai
.    ..   . .      .   .       n writing should
be g - - the I ��� -- ��� mer : D -
- - - Lai 11 it Ottawa of ir tenl >n
���   apply :.- patent.
W W  CORY
'. - itj   Minister of the  Inter   -
'..  !:.--": . ithorlze i   ; .  .S ition  of
tl   ���      1.   --[sen -���'.   will   not   he   ;<a:'l
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Fo '    f 4th Ave.  I    -. I6tl    5ti  el
New Ifestinlnster, B, C,
Al! kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
i, estminster, B.C.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
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Iy/ Is  an .  all  p<  ;.- -  East
For     i   a plete     -' '    ...   . '���
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Banh    '      - mei e Bui
New  Westminster, B. C
B. <t   V 1RKES,  *. G. P. A..
'' Se ond . .'.���������
luirjuia St.. Seat le, "���'��� ���   .
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R. C. Purdy, The Confectkj
h now manufacturii _*   . his pn
I' tlumbia Street, a :....
Toffee and Caramel
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full line of G. B. and I.      ���    -
The Choicest of Meat? Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be   Obtained    at    All    Hour.-   atj
K.enny s     R
estaurant    a
and   u
Late Suppers After tlie  Theatre a
Specialty.       Oysters    and    Gam��
-      -      in   Season.
F YOU WAX! \>V,Y. C0MF0RTA1
lURING WET,  UNC0MF0RTABL1   WEATHJ
CZT YOU R   FEE"
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   ANO   FASTEST=
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ril.OOO j l_Mi . ES3 OF  BRITAIN HI.5.J
H. PowerlEMPREaS OP IRCLAKi  I      I0K*
LAND REGISTRY ACT
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.he Brunette Sawnii
.... in I of No
190i ess in the mean me
a va ; ' ection 1 iei eto - ��� m idi to
ne in wrltin ��� ins
timing an estate
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C   9   KEITH,
Dlatrli ��� Registi u oJ Titles,
Lan 1    Regi tr.    Ofl ce,  New   VV  it
minster, B C . Ocl   10, 19 16.
NOTICE.
The "DICK" Old Country
Damp Proof Boots
it
Youths, S2.00 -       Bo>s. S>2"J\
Boys can't wear th. _e cut in one season.
Gent's from $4.00.
J. STEWART  -   Sole Agent
Old   Country   Boot  Store. Columbi
Nevt  Westn
T i .el In the Bame way as :��� our lel
|t   ;.   the  quickest, safest  an'l
mo ���  '���  i . ... cal,    Next sailing Nov.
'. tj.    !���* e  | irtic il irs appl)  I i
il ivlng sol I I, il the <i . i le .ii l repair business, we will ',.���;. on the
electrical business exclusively In the
tut ire, and wlll carry a full stock of
evei '.-iiii,-: in th it line that Is to be
fc in i In a ftrst-( lass Bhop.
House  wiring will  be promptly attended ��� i, and  our  prl< es on eve
thing will be found a   I iw as th ise ol
any  other   i islnei -  concei a   ol   thl��
kin i oi  the i oast.
ED. GOULET,        J. MOWBRAY
C.  P.  Ft.  AGENT.
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET A
Post Card Al^1
j Before tke Xmas Ru_K.     A Lar^e Assortmen
I J, J.  MACKAY  & ��\
Booksell
ooksellers   a
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: tatione.i
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MOV. 8. 1906.
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THERE'S NOTHING BETTER.
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F.  G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street. West. V
ancouver.
.rthern Pacific!
Three
transcontinental
Trains Daily
n the Famous
UORTH COAST LIMITED"
���trie-lighted train.    Low Kates.
|Tir;e. Excellent Service.
York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
S'D ALL POINTS EAST
hir       ���'..- on sale to all Euro-
nts.
ll   Reduced   Rates    Round   Trip
jtes to Southern  California.
tion -iill on or write
E. LAN';. General Agent,
"testings St., Vancouver, II. C.
A.D. CHARLTON,
n 4. G.    A
IEN GOING EAST
IHH TICKET AGENT
TO SEND VOU OVER
NORTHWESTERN LM"
Irains Every Day in thc Year
BETWEEN
ineapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
|MF. TRAIN OF FAME
NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
i1 > thi       .. ��� st    nnd best idea.
(IMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
;���'���'    V      It  is   lighted   with
jtcti   ity   and   gas;   the   most
.   i ated   train   in   the
Hie   equipment   consists   of
tn ��� nt   cars,   standard
f "'��� '     ; ' "-.  luxurious  dining
*":    ��� r cars   (seats  free I,
and   buffet,  li-
t*<! "i       ng car:.
fables, Folders, or any
tion cull  on  or write
W. PARKER,
MERAL AGENT,
1 ivi nue, Seattle, Wash ;
EN LEY
tier of
kal Waters, Etc.
kated Waters,
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   .1 UN   LINE.
Leave X. \V. 15.40; arr X. \V. 11.35.
C P.R.  MISSION' BRANCH
Leave X. VV. v : i;  ai   Seattli   15.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. X. W. 18.40.
C.P.R   VVBSTMIXSTER  JUNCTION.
Leave X. W. ..30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
Arrive X. VV, 9.35, 11.35, Main, 1S.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. W. 9.20 a.rn.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. X, XV. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. X. \V. 3 p. in. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. X. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. X. W, 9:35 am.; ar. Guicbon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. X. W.
8:45 p m. and (1 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Leav,-.. Victoria at 11 p. m. on 1st,;
'th, 19th . ;. : .'"'ia i : < ach month foi
Ashousil and way points; leaves Victoria on the 7, and 20, for Quatsino and
way points. Leaves Victoria on 20th
of .-ach month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves Xew Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Frida. at 2 ; .m. and Saturday
at 2 p. in. with additional trip on Monday at 5 a. ni.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip  Saturday 5  p.  m.
Woman's World
Experience of a Woman Wnri
Spoiled Her Husband by Making
Him Too C
of  the Open   Door
��� iilortable���The Ar:
repaid i > tlie loo
admiration In i
S'nci then I hnvi
performance   taki
voiiiiiii  wants to
iim
;   of   lllllll'/.elllelit
iy   husband's   eyes
. let tii ��� 'mother! .-���
e.'ire   nt     it-elf.       ,\
In- ii  man's eoinpan
NEW YORK GOES IN
FOH WIDER STREETS
ion iiini sweetheart nnd not lii-- niotl
e- or liis i.;;;s ���.    Take warning from
me and let yi :ir Imslmnd lmlto:i . om
loots instead of vour li-ittoiiing lii !"
The Genuine  Thing.
"Vou may talk about tbe 'mother! t,.
instinct' i:i a wife until you are black
in   tbe   face,   but   yen   went   impress
me."  remarked  tbe  woman  who wn
twice ::  widow and boped to lie for it
UPPER  FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster,  S  a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
Lv. Xew  Westminster 5.50, ���.50, 1   landings   between   New   Westminster
third time a bride.
"But I thought"
Wife.
"It Isn't what you think, my deai
and it isu't what people tell you el
ther: it's what you learn by sad, sad
experience," continued tbe elder won,
an as she coquettishly readjusted bei
louj.' crape veil.   "1 was full of Ideals
What is the real act of hospitality'
Always being ready  to welcome pe
pie without appearing embarrassed i
annoyed  If they drop  in ou you  sin
ddnly.
But Unit takes money!
No.   Indeed,   for  some of the  mo.
' charming afternoons 1 have spent
begau the yeii:i_ h; ve been to tbe accompaniment of
| sliced bread and butter and a cup ol
ten. while mine of tbe most wearisome
evenings have been devoted to nine
course iiini,ers in elaborate ili.iin.i
roc n;s.
No, the spirit Is what counts,    't
tbe ready smile  tbe word of welc-o:
long crape veil,    i was run ol uieuk.        , .,     ., . ,,
,   ,       ,  , , , j am. sympathy, ihe tea tahle spread ou
aud the wisdom of brides when 1 lirst    ,,      , , , ,,
: the shady veranda ami the mistress ot
ii.:iiT,e,i     i   believed that  to keep n I ^ ������,,.,,, ,.,,������. for her friends, dr.t
i ed Ju a crisp muslin and with ber so
and 8 a. m., and every half hour there- and Chilliwack.
after till 11 p. m.
Lv.   Vancouver  for   Westminster  at
s.une hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver  at   .   p.  m.,  2nd
and   10th   of  each   month,   culling   at
S    legate on first trip and Bella Coola
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m     'n  Sec0Dd  '"''* Tin*e on  arriva*  and
From Chwk. Tu.. Th., Sat.. 7 a.m     'epartur.   are  approximate.
Ramona  j     ^or   reservations   and   information
From X. W. Tu.. Th., Sat. 8 a.m.       eni: i . address
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
From X. W. daily, -ex. Sat. and Sun..
Trati�� a Specialty.       ,
Office, Eighth Street,
WES   MINSTER.   B.   C.
ICKSMITHING.
In   Blacksmith
ll. Benson, I will
'i.l custom-
Horseshoe-
fcialt\
h:- M.  KN'UTSON,
Eighth   Street.
1 A K E
Ie White Pass
Yukon Route
HnpcrR !',)?<;- ATLIN,
N5?R'       DAWSON   and
��,,-; ^a.ly 'rains (except
and   "    PMMngeri,   mail,
i���..  ' connect    with
ing     ?      "���� White Horse,
l,* a thr.
service.
winter
ri ,.     ;."'>' ��o
"'vs- rraffic Manager,
v ancouver. B.  C.
2 p.m.:  Saturday, .' p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston. 7 a.m. (Fri, 0 a.m.i
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AXD ISLAXDS,
Rlthet���
From X.W., Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
i Hi se, Received.
Si attle, via S inias 7. 5 a m. 0.40 p.m. |
Sapperton and .Mill-
si.le. Xo. 1   7.45 ii in. 11.35 a.m.
\ ancouver,  Xo.  1.  7 45 a.m. 9.00 a.m. .
i: X.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle,. S. 15 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cen, Pai:. 10 30 a m. 2.00 p.m. j
Victoria   10 ��� '; jn, !    m
l..i-:  Burnaby  ....  1.13 p m. 1.15 p.m.
Ladner, Steveston,
etc        1.30 p in. 1 L00 a.m. '
C.P.R east, Sapper-
Ion. Millside and
Coquitlam     3.00 p.m. 11 35
Van. and  Burn .  ���   I 10 p.m fi 00 p.m
t.X.H. Flyer     4.00 p in 11.0 I
'i imberland, Tues
and Friday     ... 12.00 m 12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Briti.h Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
(Subject to change without    notice.
Princess    lie..;rice.   Oct.  29,   from
Vancouver,
Princess   May,  Xov.  3,  from Vancouver, |
VANCOUVER.   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at  1  p.  m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves N'ew Westminster at 7 a. in.
on Wednesday and Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
1,eaves Vancouver dally except Saturday and Sunday at  1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:30 p. m.
ED. GOULET,
Agent,  N'ew  Westminster.
E.  .!.  COYLE,
i_st. Gen. Pass   Aeent, Vancouver.
.1. W. TROPP,
General Rutier'ntendent, Victoria,
'.en. Ageiit, Freight Dept.,
New   Westminster
man comfortable above till else wi
the way to a mau's heart unci that If
he was a failure iu life it was his
wife's fault, and all that sort of nan-
sense. And what was the result'.- ]
slaved and slaved and cooked aud
sewed and saved money for him until ]
every separate bone of me ached, i
And meantime be kept getting mon
exacting and more spoiled every day
just as u child would under the sunn
circumstances. If anything went tin
Jeiisj tiny bit wrong, be would fuss an .
fume and throw things around anil
fee! himself to be the most injure,,
man In creation.
"Half the lime he would sit thrort 1
my duinilesl dinner reading a not.
magazine he hnd broughl borne. '!'.
be sure, my conversation wasn't a I
It's Like Handing You Money    .
to sell you on tntaln i ens.
i ........    . e, you
��. .    :   mi        i      . ���
iinl tha!
WRITE RIGHT
all the Ume. On e fille I, ':i".- ore al
ways rea I. foi sei ,-ice. They won't
.,... or ���' fuse to feed thi ak t fail
ii' any particular. Tr.. i ne ��� ���;
moderately-priced I.in I, an I si e w'hai
\: ' have i ��� en tali sing,
iuu or embroidery In band,
These tilings nre ten times more Inviting than formal parlors and formal
ways.
The woman who understands :!,
reiil ;.r; of hospitality, which is tin
an of the oom. door, Will never laci
for all the friends she wants.
MAUD ROBINSON
To Soften the Hands.
To make a mixture for thi' hands
taki1 equal parts of rosewater and
glycerin, mis while warm and keep
firmly corked. The bottle should
bo shaken before using. If the
hands arc rough it is best to put.
two-thirds of glycerin to one of
rosewater. h'tti.i well over the bands
after washing and before retiring
i'or the night.
Fifth   Avenue,   Once   the   Fashionable
Thoroughfare,   Now  Too   Narrow for its Traffic.
Xew Vi; li, Xov. 7.���Following a deci ion handed down in the supreme
court by Justice O'Gorman, reciting
th t the Knickerbocker Trusl Co,
.u, sl do away with the entire from of
its iiiiilding iit Fifth avenue and Thirty-fourth street, because that portion
of the structure encroaches over the
building line. Corporation Counsel W.
B, Ellison announced to-day that he
will have Fifth avenue widened to ac-
lommoitit" two more lines of veui-
cles. The corporation counsel's reason for the movement is that the in-
tlux of business on Fifth -avenue has
ri suited in its overcrowding, and that
more room for traffic is necessary.
Pickled Nasturtium Seed.
After thi  flower has dried from
the nasturtium plant lay the sec!
I in salt and water for two days; then
drain and lay in  fresh cold water.
| Drain and pat 1* in jars,   Bring vin-
I egar to the boiling point and sea-
j son il witli mace and peppercorns
and a little white sugar.   Fill jars
I to o\ i rflow ing nnd teal.
ee.;e- Em:.-
W C. Chamberlin,
Iho Jeweler.
BRINE  BLOCK
"The Milwaukee"
'The  Pioneer Limited"  St.  Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to j
Chicago,  "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any [
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & .St- Pa"1 Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
an.l (lining cars on alll their trams and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H  S ROWE. General Agent,
nt Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
Tin; TEA  lAlii.i: o.N  till; VERANDA.
io be very brilliant, ami my toilet wus
more comfortable than becoming, but,
the i. I VI as so tired!
"Just ,'iiiiiut this time be became In
ish  iii  his   praise of  certain  of   u i
smartly   dressed   friends.     They   eiiil,:
nol cook n bollod egg, nnd their house?
ran themselves,  bul   when  I  tried  1
explain   that  to hun  he snid  l  was
Jealous,
Flowers In  Rooms.
Growing plants and cul flowers
in profusion should never bo permitted in bt droom ���. for these ex-
luiii.-t tho ...' which is n quired 1 y
tlio sleeper. Many a headache or
iitiii. I. . ; nausea in the morning
may be t i anted for by plants ana
flowi r bi "���: allowed to remain in
the ri mn nil night,
Gincc-   Bt-cr.
Po ." ;i . 11 ii ' �� boiling water on
one pi iui i li af sugar, half an
! oun e ' :' ;.'.:;. cr and one ouni e of
i ream of tartar. When nearly cold
add a tablespoonful of yeast. Strain,
bottle, and in six hours it will be
ready for use. II' root ginger is
used, boil it in the water for twenty minutes.
A  little love is a dangerous thi.i��
anless it is located right,
Corrects Our  Report.
To the Editor of the Dally .News;
Sir,���I   trusl   that   you   will   accord
| me   a   small   space   In   your   valuable
paper.    I read with sorrow your item
i ahout the unfortunate death of two
Of our townsmen which occurred on
Oct. 27. I wish I had answered thla
in time for an earlier issue, hut I
would say a word for these men. fo
the effect that they were neither of
them considered to he "quarrelsome
bullies." l have, up to a shorl time
ago, kept store in this town, and have
seen il great deal of both of theni. I
admit that they hoth drank, hut both
were kind-hearted men. Last summer
I boarded and lodged In the hotel
kept by Dan MacKenzie, and he was
as kind and gentle as a man could he
to his wife and the guests of the
house. The children wei'e all fond of
him. A gentleman with his wife ..; !
five children lived in the hous,, <; ?
thirteen months, a thing they certainly would not hnve done had I. a.i
heen whal your paper said he waa.
Mrs. MacKenzie is heartbroken, and
was shocked when she read your report. The court house was not burnt
down, ami $200 will easily pay for repairs, iis they tell me Hie cell in
which the two men were locked is
only 7' x S fee:.
MUS    D,   I'.   MrlHU.IVI.AV.
Chllllwack, Nov. a, 1906,
Virtues on parade
agreeable as vice.
ire almost us SS *
IT'S I.-: S.
a,*/"!.,...
A   Fortunate Au -aliening.
' I   don't   knew    how    things   won! I
hnve ended if i hadn't gone awny ou h
will earned visit, during which I re
celved a letter irom my husband beg'
gllig me to coiiie home, its the housi
wi s nt sixes iind sevens and the cook
Ini; simply awful, 'that opened in\
ey 's for some reason, and 1 saw Jtist
in what relation 1 was held hy him -
ns a sort of upper housekeeper and
factotum, whose business it was to
minister to his comfort, When I finally came home I was arrayed like Solo
man in ail i:is dory, nml I was amply
<3tr-\
Cleaning Out the Reservoir.
The emptying of the city reservoir
will commence His morning, mil lm-
mediately this baa bei n done, a small
armj of men. armi l wiih brooms an I
shovi is, will be ; il to work clearing
out the accumulati I mud and slime,
while the are englni from Xo. a ball,
which will also he on the scene, will
direct a constant stream of water
against the walls for tiie purpose of
Bushing them properly. A centrifugal
pump, driven hy the old rock crushing
engine, will he used to clean oui the
i oitom of tin, idi; tank, and unless
hampered hy unforeseen circumstances, the work will he completed
in ;i couple of days, Tl i re will be no
fear of shortage of water while the
cleaning process is going on, as the
lower reservoir is full to tho hrink,
and able to supply ihc needs of the
city for a longer time than will he
necessary.
How good it would seem to h:\vi
more money tliiin wus good for us.
Nobody ever extracted a great den
of comfort out of n lecture Intendec
to help him.
Fatal   Accident.
Quebec,   Xov.    7.���Three    men   are
lead  aud eight are wounded, one rather seriousiy. as the result of a premature discharge of dynamite at  La-
| taque.    The victims were all Italians
| working  on   the  construction of the
Ieastern  division of the Grand Trunk
; Pacific, /
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THURSDAY.  NOV. 8.  1906.
OUR   NEIGHBORS'  POLITICS.
There can  be no   iou       bu    Pi
dent   Ro isevelt   is  Lie   sti  ng m in oi
l ���. ���   Republican   part;,  and    I hal   the
lam.....a... e      re|  "a" i        '.        [II     :.'������'      ."tlCi'-
all.,  a., over the Union, In his sin n .
itj and ability, was at Tuesday's el
tion the greai  bar to D mi icratii   sui ���
ieas  iit   the  polls,    va SS   he   ��� ..... u
again to I e a candidate for the presi
dential   chair? is.   therefore,   a   <;   ���
tlon     of      far-reaching    importanc
Those who wish to see the  Pn
again a candidate insist   that   the e >���
called   "third    term"   limitation   d	
not apply to bim, as he was mere'.;
acting president from the time if Mc-
Klnley's death until the end of the
term for which the latter was elei I;
while the oiher side maintains tlmi
lm w;is president from the moment
McKinley ceased to breathe, and is
now in his second terms,
Discussing the point, the Toronto
Globe says: "A curious question has
been raised by some American journals regarding the legal status of a
vice-president, required by the constitution of the United States to discharge the duties of ;i president who
vacates his office by death or other
cause. Mr. Roosevelt became de facto
President on the assassination of
President McKinley; the question under discussion is whe:her he was during that term President de jure as
Well, In other wq_r]s. was Mr. Roosevell the Presidenl ���>:' tne United States
or only acting President?"
We are under the impression that
the question as to the standing of a
I
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ranges of styles and patterns are most extensive.
The stock offers a variety of Clothing that has No Equal in  British
Columbia.
AND WE ARE OFFERING THEM FOR
$10.00, $12.00 and
$15.00 Suits for . .
$7.��2 and $10.
^ine line of Flannelette Blankets 75c
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RICHMOND   BROTHERS
The Modern Clothiers
FOR   THE   LITTLE   ONES.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
won't cake. It is PURE���clean,
dry crystals that disolve inftantly.
Perfedt for the table.
Imperial Government, asked thai this
clause be deleted, since it conflicted
with treaties in existence between
Greal Britain and other countries.
The House of Representatives remov-
Hov.    the   Weeping    Willow   Came   tc
America.
The weeping willow tree came to
America through thc medium of
Alexander Pope, thc poet, who
planted a willow on the banks of
tlie Thames ai his Twickenham villa. The twig came to him in a bos
of figs sent from Smyrna by a friend
who had lost all tti the south sea
bubble and had gone to thai distant   ln.nl   to  recoup his   fortune.
ed the clause at Premier Deakin's re-   Harper's  "Encyclopedia of   United
vice-president   who   reaches   the  su-   quest;   but the Senate  was obdurate.   Spates   History"   tells the  story of
preme office through the occurring
of a vacancy and not by election, ivas
raised and settled many years ago;
bul be that as it maj. it appears ivi-
dent thai the "third term" limitation
should not apply in such cases. That
limit,ition is, after all, only a prei i-
ilent se; by Washir ?tot in I I igically
-���hould not applj to a president unless
he has been twice electe 1. Ro isevelt
served as Presi 1- int, ������ tei e i Hug M -
Kinley. for nearly a full term; bt
suppose the latter's death li id occurred a few week ��� m la - onlj before the en 1 of the term. Would it
not be ridiculoit - to a] ilj I he "I hit I
term" limitation to a man . i ;e fit -
:cnii had lasted for, sa; , a week '
Presi lent Roosevelt's .... n lei ira-
'i ni that "in no cl nc is" woul 1
he seek re eii ct ion  I ���     fat ;���  ire serious  obstacle i han   lhi       ecedenl
ferre 1 to,
it reinstated the while labor clause by I t!,e wiHow's arrjva] jn America.
a vote of If! tn tl, and the measure, as
Fine Sense of Propriety.
'���Have you any Ricbardsonanea?''
asked the quiet looking stranger of the
salesman In the bookstore.
"RichiirdsonariesV" queried the sates
man, with a puzzled look. "Er���I think
not. Oh, you mean dictionaries!" he
said as the eye of the stranger rested
on a pile of Standards and Internationals.
"Perhaps that is what you call them."
said lhe Btrnnger meditatively; "but,
you see, I am not familiar enough with
'em to call 'em Hick."
Thought He Was Harmless.
"I   understand   you   met.  Jones   lit  '.'.
saloon  last  nlgbt  and  bought  a  horse
from him for about half its value."
���;���   passed  Parliament,   contained this   ^0  Boston with  th
provision.   Thereupon  the   Governor-   the rebellion of the At
A young British officer, who came     "Yes, l got a good bargain.1
Attractions   at   the   Opera   House
1_    'i'i. ��� Si.'ii 'd the Cross
.-   Via ' i lilaii.  Scoti h  '  ������
Ayrshire Bulls '.mil fcl
White Hogs
FOR   SALE
17   Arizona.
2      :��� ,    .   it tresford (The Woman       V ' mg   bree.lit
Hater). ning animals.   Con
_ -  from Kerry. ""  telephone
WANTED���Two furnished   rooms   for
li;hi  '.- . ji    leping, by married cou-
;ii"     \ ��� ilj   Box 77. clt)'. 208-3
VV. R. AUSTIN!
sap?ert:v|
1 ���     li   ie .1 17*1.
W. R. Gilley, 'Phone   .-_���'_.
to crush I    "It is a shame to take advantage ol ]     .
i
lliTll'llll   I'OlO-
General refused his assent:   and  tho Dies, broughl with him a twig from'
whole measure wen'  overboard.    Si J1,,,,,^  rj0\v   beautiful   willow   tr��3, |
that  British preference is down and intending  to  plant   it   in   America |
oul in Australia in the meantime. v)n'n he should comfortably settle
������  down on lands confiscated from the
The negotiations looking to a  set- conquered  Americans.    The young
officer, disappointed in these expec-
u drunken man."
'I didn't know lie was loaded."
Saw It First.
tlemenl of the strike of miners in the
employ of the Crow's Nesl Coal Co.
appear to have failed. Neithi r -ile
would accept tlie proposal mai" by
���he other,   it wns though! a few days
GILLEY BROS,
Dealers in
CHAMBERLAINISM,
Tll,   0   cai;. i    | old   ���     inti
tin- other daj   ., -
I hai    he  fi ee   i    ers thei
i    eye on thi     ttitude of Canad.
'    rii, ; he pollc      o   irenu   isi
Mica'" 1 :.. Chai ihi           .   .
��� lales.    At   the  quarterlj   meetln ���
the   Manchester   Chamber   of   I' m
merce, Lhe president, Mr, E, li. Lang-
don, referring to the u ting of the
Chambers of Commerce of t he Emplr ���
in London, said in a speech aboul tho
result of the conference: "In nine of
tlie speeches of the Canadian delegates was there any Indication that
Canada would receive our manufactures duty free, or al lenst wilh such
a rate of duties as would permit our
obtaining a foothold in their markets.
One and onlj- one of the .Cana lians
struck the right note when he said
no practical solution of the fiscal
question could be determined until
they hal absolute free trade between
the colonies and the entire Empire."
tations, gave his willow twig, wrapped in oil silk, to .lolii' Parke Cus-
tis. Mr-. Washington's son. who
planted il  on his Abingdon estate,
igo taa;   a  settlement  was tt, signt,   j��� Virginia.    It thrived and became
'ni- the hope has heen disappointed,! the   progenitor   of   all   our   willow
and the prospect now is thai proceed-   tree:-.
ings will be taken to evicl the min ���
who are living in houses, beli    ting tn Game of Prees Gang.
the company,  and   thai   months   will        for   lhi.   jolly   game   von   want
pass before an adjustment i    ihe   lis-   ,;''"!;!  ;1  do::on  boys, onc  to reprc
,;i.,. a  :r..a...;  ,. .ent an offi er, half n dozen in rop-
resenl I; s niai' ios and lhe rcsf to
repr ��� ��� nl vi. ti    . ol the   ���  -- :: tn .
Thc officer and his i iuri: es catch
ono of  their . mpanions  and  call   name luter on. I presume."
out: 	
Humor end Philoso
phy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
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Although thc day Is blazing hot.
I knew a quiet shaded spot
Where tt is cool the whole day throujeh,
But the mos.pill.las knew ll  too.
Progression.
"How is she jjettiiif; along witb Char-
���y'.'"
"Quite rapidly.   SI alls him liy his
rsi ll.line now."
"Hopes   to   ''nil   herself   by   Ills   last
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents ll. O. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc^
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C, Near C.P.R. Depj
'Phone i-e
"lil or lov,        ;.
:: li Ip or i    i hip '"
PENT   PARAGRAPHS,
It
���high  ship    or
FOR   SALE ���   Bedi >'in  suite,  wood
]I|V,.      1 lavenport  bedstea I,    Applj  < 1   ���
There are people who nre very smart
but don't know how to prove ;t.
.hip" he :������ led off      waI1 Pal"' ! st01'e. ('"'      ��� ���   '���'���-���
a  [u'.-o: ry   p. el a rge of i f the :'"; '���
."���;!:��� .    Bul if he -a.- "no ship" ho ������ ������	
Tho wild waves are soylng that they   and hustled oil    ''the place riser cd nti!    WLul JVIIIVuI LII
hear n lol of  1  things ahout  this    for   pressed   men,     lie   uintinwhilc y^v-niT-,-r^   A     T t _^_x t_->.���_-.
time of thu year. kicki��   and   struggles   for   freedom, (JPbRA   HOUSE
thus itiiil.ii'; n Ini nf e.\i itetnent.
I < Some  people  see if, n' , i ;.| 	
���*���'  *^mJ"-"v"i.-, , ,      ,    . Alter mi thc victim:, have either
!JS'''i   K.     on,.v beauty   m  a    , , , , ,   ,
tf^^JSfenlco * a   lawn,:1 "   P���"^   "'   hfive   "^   tnl[m
lilifW^'1'1 0,h"l-s   see! Pr,snnoi's 1!:''.'   !:1  I";':1 represent n
.-   Vllji^- only grass   to   he   l,n"- gang ;'!;fl '; ' ;l;'' "'���"���'" -;:l'!ts
5PP<)ty cut. i *o their companions,
:',>iewi
&      y-.i     B
a-'V
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Mid
.��_�����
0:cn len i
CL0 HES
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ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY, Nov. 12th
".kit   V\ A"i'  Pretty  girl
- ^"r���.. j j  Is   guaranteed   to
��       "   ��   I,,, aide  to supply
There Is a deadlock in the Australian Commonwealth on the British
preference legislation. In its original
form it increased the duties on foreign
goods, leaving those from Great Britain at the old rates; but in its passage through the House of Representatives it was amended, at the instance
of the Labor party, to provide that
the |,referential duties would only he
allowed when Imported In British
ships manned by white labor. Lord
Morthcote, after consultation wiih the
Wilson   Barrett's   Masterpiece,
\m of the Cross
Striking a  Match. The   Dramatic   Event   of   the   Season.
King Edward  once -said   that he
j .pent the most exciting and nervous
help to a bashful ; moment of his life on a prairie in THE
���v"";i" m'"'' ' Canada when he visited that ooun-
.,,.,, ,.,,,,, l try as a youth.    He was in no dun-
Althoiuh   riches   have   wings thev      J    ,. , J.           ,     , ,            ��� t_ji
don't seem to be verv good ou the   Ser "�� being scalped by a red Indian
perch, or eaten by wolves or gored  by a
��� maddened bison.    His anxiety and      Under direction of R.  ti.  Craerln.
Teaching a woman to be quiet is r,    nervousness were simply due to bin   pre8ented by Ben ('reel's company of
lifelong task for a man, efforts to light a match.  The prince  EngUgh .������,' Ame,.|can player8
Only lawyers for "the defense bate tn   i""1 "*��*# We''�� '"'i'0" ^ fST      ''""* mosl  Impressive religious play
uniy lawyers coi tne oerense tin to to   human hni. infintiH*   bev wanted to
see people got their lust deserts. , ,  ''U|,,,"s' in >     ,   V ,,,,   ever produced.    Mounted in a sump-
inoke and had only one match be-  Uj^ ^^    (,(H      ������ ,n (>v���n. ,1(.
Dentists do not consider toothache   tween them.    Lots were cas   as to  ui|
painful   to the dentist.                           ^V                  "i     lh Z I ,1 ffi Seat, on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
_                            on the prince, and with great unn-
When trouble is h id in your dl-    culty he managed to get the Light '""������''li'y morning,
reciion diplomacy is the better part ot    which was to supply them with fire Prices���$1.00, 75c and 50c; gallery,
courage.                                               ! tj*| their return to civilization.
WE'VE made great preparation for
thp   Rnvc   Mintl-i   fVin K___.f Wintar Sli
fitting ou
the Boys with the best Winter Suii   that ou
money could buy or that the Best Makers of Bopj
Clothes could put together.    The cloth, th  makiJW
the trimming and the cut combine to form :-,!;|l*1!1'I
short of
IDEAL SCHOOL SUITS
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 to $8.50
must b*|
25c.
At any of these prices you will receive
measure of value and full satisfaction. 1
so, or your money goes back to you.
H. L. DeBECK, JbeOa0\
NEW WESTMINSTER,   Opt osite P.O. ,sDAY. NOV. 3. 1906.
THE DAIL\   NEWS
���T. _j- ��>t-'aaii-iy'itfiifli
.think
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1   1    1-3 i '��� health.
Local
We ,e|l ,,
ers proper clothi
ews Briefly loldg  |
������ AT=���
ASH STORE
i
DRESS GOODS
Silks, Waistings, Hats,
Underwear, Hosiery
Wi ���. : .nking prices that make goods sell���
rrood dependable  merchandise--a bargai
. each department.   You'll know how
thev are when you sec them.
I
these 2oc Waistings
.��� Delaine In wide .... 1 na           I .- , .; Lus-
[.ustn   u iiii fui.                    V, irt li ;; .i   -    50c
    To-day 25c
i  ce to Clothe Your Girls
i        i  i hi       i, pink,
' I    50    rood     To-day 35c
il of Tweeds, Lu - .
.    . lue, green, g  iy,
|hat Silk Bargain I.s Genuine
.' yards on Thursday, and  .--i'i have about  600.    Take
n this offering   90c   and  $1       Co       I  an 1   White i     I
in i   raffetas      59c
imona Flannels, 15c   $
Five  hundred   yards Fancy   Kimona   Flannels     English,  French
American, good  heavy wel-ght.    We bought too many, hence the
: '   aieI 25c goods    15c
fiderwear���a Specialty with Us,
Penman's Natural   Wool,  Turnbull's  famous good .Ellis'  Spring
inti i  escent   Underwear all Qnd a home here.   Prices 25c to
': aer garment.
Iiii id Cashmere Ho?e
ij 5 an I girls, all slies  from  5^ to  3.
25c
ind   Plain Cashmere   Hose, full fashioned and  seamless,
��� :_.   tO   10     25c
!������ S    . Sale Continues
have to go���so  _.-e're offering   .               of $4.5    md
ii. many colors an,I stj les, al    $3.25
Bi       tte Gowns and Drawers
net ,.  Flannelette Gowns, in pink, fawn and blue stripe, neat-
    50c
Flannelette Drawers.    Special value
.25c
���tel For Sale Jessie Maclachlan
' "'     ,l:'" THE   SCOTTISH   PRIMA   DONNA,
-ale ai   llol- 1
I "l';. as u goln : assisted  by
[ the mi, daj   ..
V ' o'clock iu the
(, furniture, carpets,
f1" ' 'are, crockery, k
DOUGLAS YOUNG, Tenor
JOHN McLINDEN, Violoncellis
���''   L1NDLEY GRAHAM, Solo Pianist
Us, etc., now sit- ..    ,
ROBERT  BI CHANAN,  Accompanist.
House,  Front
"w v" stmlnsier
RONG, Sheriff.
('CATIONS WANIED
��� " received by thi
|-""l lip
Un ler th i an .ph e_ of the S ins
of Scotlund.
OPERA HOUSE
Nov. 15th at 8:30 o'clock
inst,
P.m. of Monday,
������ ''"'   Position  of j ���.      ,      ,.. ���,,,,���
' "'   and Assistant lo      Reserv6d Beat8' '�� cents; resl of the
'""'""���'"'i'   of   Waterworks h0USe' 5��. ��ent8'
���cants
Box plan at Ryall's Drug Store,
l.altoil, 0     S
���    ���      ���  let ia
Roniai ....
1 I'Boylo  o
���ll!'""   V, es   ... ;   John  Dal
id up in the
police i . in   |oi . irday mo
'���""' '���"  ���   fined J2.50  md costs .,  iece
for having Imbl e 1 too free
vious I.    I ���
aitli   the d      :'   the   ������'���   ���       The
gar I.;.   ,-, ...-...:  .    ,.
������..'..     .;-
��� Iz ���;. .i. heii
la. :; ��� a;.- ���,;.._ ;he    u.
oile I and ii    u    .���    ipei a i  ...
The hull of the new Skeen i  river
. snag i '��� u  which was ... im bed   ib mt
a  week ago is now lying alongside
th"   wharf  at   tii"  Royal   City   mills,
where a number of workmen are en-
HILLIPS
Th    ;., a. h     ���,. ,.   |n ,    , .. ,  VVest
���"'        ���'' i -*ol ;.'     ii lei -: i    ,,:,,.
,:"" '' -'  '   '       th     ifte -he
ioard  ri trade  rooi [ng   us a mean
hei :   ia ler the pre . til
; '       '     :.
posit ion.    The framework   is   almosl
complete,  and  the lower  portion  of
the house Is almosl   >oarde i up. Huge ' $
beams   run   from  the  bottom of the fi
vesse
���{*���
The Wardrobe Clothier
_.-
Instruction drill for il      ���
ice this . ."nn,_��� at I
few  va
:i 'hi md , nyone
ild m
t ihe d ,-enii
"'     ". ��� ime in las   night
mt. 9 o'clock with a ve
m
:' V in-
���uver a ... , 0f
menl   I t.he ���;..
' ti  hoard
f din           of the B.I i the
ling   of t
'���S.'\         not beei i  to a
'���'���"  '��� :-������:.:.:   nl'.y
anticlpt            ..(".";���. that, the       ir I
will deci le  to   i ish msl   i 'tion
of the line  il   mi ���
Arthur Brev . a ed in the
police i r in this mot ning with having - | ior ��� ' li. lians yesterday   afternoon.    I) ctive   Bra Isbaw
receive I ini a    ��� ester lay   that
1" i him to In lieve thai fire water was ;
being  s'ra lie j  to the  red  men. and
rati ms n hich  : illowe i led
to Brew's undoing.
The big Incinerator which was re-
centlj erected near the Royal City
Planing mill, Is now alum' rea ly for
use. The connections are aboul complete an i the big rubbish burner will
. Ignited in the course of a few
days. It has been suggeste 1 that just
! in incinerator mighl settle the
civic garbage dump difficulty.
Th new heating apparatus is now
in full operation in the provincial
court house, to the aoundanl satlsfac-
tiot   of   the   members   of   the staff.;
���  .   are now two furnaces to feed!
Instead  of one, and  the consumption
of  fuel  is  somewhat   larger  than   before, but the heat is more evenly distributed throughout the building
Tlie  large   scow   house   which   has
een     i      tcted a Ijai enl to the gov-
ernmi :;     . h irl   is   now   almosl   complete     i he li mse is wai;; I;    in i com-
;/ ���������;;;.     :;       ��� SS       ���   wind
an i ivate: pi oof. A numbi ' of large
new tables and lockers for the dining
room ind cook's galley have been
ma le an i will n placed abo ir i in
the    iiu'Sc of a few   ...  s.
Th      moral of Ah See   i I hit an. in
who  lied in the R        Columbian hos-
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Si m i   aboul    lhe   i..: Idle next
month,  v. her       rth*     ordi       . II    ie
niveii to C iptaln Cornelluss m    ft  is
likely that  the big win I lamt    i  will
i,,   .   her ��� from   the   So ind I i load
with lumber for the south once more,
although nothing definite is known at      ,\ Hindu came rushing ini i thi   s ir-
,.  ent, gery of one of the cltj medical men
yesterday and assured him, as well as
his limited knowledge of the English
run   from   the   bottom  of the
to the top of the upper house
of strengthening It.
Arrangements  are  being  ma
Traffic Manager Stewart, ol  the li.''.
l'l li   Co., for   i  fifteen-minute sei rice
the hill on S itur la   evenin ... c mill ii i   ai   7  ���.'. . iva
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perlment, and      foui                   satis-
ictorl I i.   i
Saturday i rhe moi i en
decided upon owing I    the
eople who     avel own
"ii   Satui lays, the   ca
<au.  le : ,". accotin hea.
lie.
The Gans-Ni  - in  fight   n ill  be    u i-
luced   at I ...���      era   house      n'gl
the in .-;   iu...       ���. - i    ��� m nei
of in a jraphy, sh iwing    .
incident an I blow in the most stupendous . . :. ;i; idem histo'-j.
The pictures ������ life-size aud e i .
showing all ol tlie blows and m ive-
menl. of the i ates ani -. including
the final blow. This Bghl to ik plac a
as almos; eve;;. ... Ij knows, at Gold-
fields, Nevada, La ��� ir hay. Sept. 3,
1906, in the largest open-air aren i
ever built. The anal blow was struck
al -in-down. 7.20 p.m., Mountain time,
and th/. pictures are as ��� lear a - ct j _-
ial and every face in the tremendous
throng is rec igi Iza le, _h iwing the
expression and the anxiet; of all the
audience
The Princess Louise was taken
to Vancouver yesterday, where it will
li" remodelle i for the purpose if carrying coal. Some or' the old timers
who were on hand an I saw her towta
away surreptitiously wiped away a
suspicious moisture which insisted on
coming into the corner of th dr eyes.
The Princess in her palmy days was
considered a daisy, her sea-going
qualities were good for a boat of her
class, the interior was very tastefully fitted up, and the hull was of
solid oak. The removal of the boat
from the bone yard was accomplished
under the supervision of E. Gilley yesterday forenoon. The tugs Linda and
the Magnet towed the vessel as far is
the C.P.N, wharf, where the Union
Steamship Co.'s tug Coutil was on
hand to take the Princess in char-"1,
and eventual1.) steamed oul if the
river with her along-; 1 \
"Under Sou hern Skies," which held
the boards al the opera house lasi
night, proveii bo be a very commonplace melodrama of the old - hool,
The usual ; ri tt} girl, with two lovers,
one ;i villain ami the other a hero on
a s;,,ah scale. A father with a - icrat
. hich the '��� illain threatens I i .ii'. ilge
if the gir; falls to marry him. .V
:a gro cak ' n. :. . some high kicking
and a p t little i ion. A lii a . . tii a
foils iii'    . Illain, an I dei ou .
ment ���     >s    .aura
i' . ��� . lis] . i ��� ' I ible abil-
I i. and  pr herself
f interpreting patl        ��� he ele
ment of bathos coming in.
Moi timer,  as    he nei     is,    .unt
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were goi I, and 1 e scenet,. was ap-
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v. as small it ap lal Ive, and left
the hall for the mosi p irl satisfied
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Unlined  Goods,  $1.25   the
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H. B. K.  Driving Gloves
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With Gauntlets, $2 the pair
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of workmanship finish ls what makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is tc -i ib these two qualities ln every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 '.ign back dining chair possesses these In marked degree���
they an.- excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ls
a leader and ls a wluuer; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 ls one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame  from $7.50 each up.
properly quall-
The : etitions rorwarded by .lohn
Oliver. M.P.P., to the different hotels
of this city, praying for the abolition
of the loll on the FnTser river bridge,
ure being extensively signed, several
of them being now covered with signatures, one of the petitions has been]
placed in charge of the market clerk,
and the farmers are dailv affixing
their sign.i'ares to It, In the hope of
��� eing able to bring their hogs across
ilia bridge free of charge In the near
future,
A rancher named Brookland,
lives on the i'itt Meadows road,
week  picked
who
last
considerable quantity
of luscious strawberries from his gar-
laiiguage would permit, thai he was
certainly killed entirely. Ue fell
groaning Into a chair, while the doctor proceeded to punch his ribs, work
his arms and legs and otherwise over-1
haul him. When he had completed his |
investigation, he Informed the Hindu
that he could nol find anything tbe
matter with him, whereupon the man,
with a disgusted and pitying expression on his face, jamped up and waltzed out of the office, In company with
his two friends who hud come along
to see fair play. The story which
came out in connection with the affair was simply one of a scrap.    One
uni bad
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Dupont Block. Telephone 73.
We have taken the Maple Leaf for our trade mark, becaujc it i_ Canadian. "
;;;:::-;t.;:\V. IN. Draper
rlen    The frull was large and well de-   man   had   heen   knocked out
veined  and Mr. Brookland was able J promised the victor that, tho n       ���>
veral boxes.    The   fact   of
to   pick
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w' -V DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Waa
minster, Nov.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, 8.C
fruit being gathered at this season of
the vear speaks volumes for t.he prov-
great  factor in   matter nipped the law salt in the bud
of the law should be called in to settle
his hash. Tlie densltj of the medical
man who failed bo find anything the
nee   and should 1"' a
of the frozen districts | and   Mahmoud   Singh  Is hoping   for
,n >!|(   ...    , ,. | ,��� throw in their lot  better luck nexf, time.
iniliirin.
people
istward
COWA
PE,RF��.CTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
IS MADE IN CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST A5D BEST.
THE CCVVAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO THE   DAILY  NEWS
THURSDAY.
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TO WHAT BASE  USES.
PROFESSIONAL.
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WIIITFSinE .<: EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Colombia street. New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, 11. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor ol the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
loan.
The Pcet:    "So you don't t. ink you can  use my poem?"
Tnc   Editor:    "Oh,  I   don't know.    You  might just see  if  it's big   enough  to
cover tr.at broken pane of class."
HOW   IT   HAPPENED.
The Chicken:    "Ma,  I've just seen a   little chicken  fall over a  hundred  fect
without being killed."
The Old Hen:   "Good gracious!     How did it happen?"
The Chicken:   "He tripped over a deeping centiped."
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 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual   or   company.      Royalty   at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miners certincate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate * claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5
At least $100 must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a survey-
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2\.'i per cent, of the sales
of the  products of  the  location.
PI ACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N*. W, T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are 100 feet square, entry fei
??, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are esthei
bar or bench, the former bring too
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter include- bar diggings, but extends bark
to the base of the hill or bank, not
exceeding 1000 feet, Where sti m
power is used claim? _oo feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first yiar and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line or
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo fo
2000 feet. All other placer claims
'hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. F-ntry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company  staking  .
GILLETTE
SATETY
RAZORS
S5.00 EACH.
CURTIS' mm
SPECIALTY.
MARTIN, WEART & McQUARBIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
coiiier Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms "1 to _4, .4.r> Granville street. J.seph Martin, K. C, ..
W. Weait, W. IJ. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin will be in tha
Westminster offices every Friday <.f
ternoon
We Are Clearing (m
A LOT OF
HOWAY, REID & BOWES, Barristers, solicitors, etc., -i" Lome
.���;.,.-. , ��� 1 osite C ' Ho ise, Nev,
Westminster. A. Whi lb r, P.O. Bi s
241.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. Barrister am'
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia nnd McKV'iizie streets, New Westminster, B. c.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Exceiltr.t Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all the principal business centers "f
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK an.:
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Fer Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VA..X.
China Tea Cups and Sauced
at $2.25 per dozen.
The Regular  Price is S3,fjf|
per dozen.
ADAMS &  DEAN!
V.. MYERS GRAY. Barristi   . Solli I
an 1 N '  r   Pu ���'     In pi tc    e sin ���
'   ' '��� N- V'*"V *'.*";;.��� M''���.',:   Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
���     3 removed to Curtis Block,uarh-      A ,   ,.,-  ,,, ��� Cl    t-ui,..,.... i,<
., n   gtreet, 0] ." site   Court  House.
IS-.!*? __1 II L      1 II il     i      1   aOOOIlg^J       Wll\l       Jl   iv t*
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, III.
P.O. Bi '���  H '
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Spokane Fails & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each montb.
Quarterly meetings on the second j jj,e on]v all ral] route between ail
Wednesday of February. -Ma>*. , points east, west and south to R'---
August and November   at S p. m and intermediate   oint5
Annual meetings    on    the    second
: claim  must  hold  a  free  miner's  certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall br
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.     Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half   per cent, on the
value   of  the  gold   shipped   from  the
I ject to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries for
i bar diggings or bench claim?, except
rn   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
.the   lessee  can   dredge  to  high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
' operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
I obtained more than one lease one
; dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
1 per annum for each mile of river
I leased. Royalty at the rate of two
; and a half per cent, collected on the
i output after it exceeds Sio.ooo.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term oi
20 year = ; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bnr or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the y^r of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to tbe
comptroller.
Xo free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free- miners may work their claims
in 1 artnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same creek, gulch or river, by
g     ' g  m tice and  payii g   a  fee.
'���'��� a must be done - n a claim
each yet r te the value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has hem
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar cars
. :i any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System.
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All   unappropiated   Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and  the  minister may  reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery on  the land  to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres for
such   period   as   he   may   decide,   the |
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth.     Should the pros-,
pector   discover  oil   in   paying  quan-1
tities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640
acres,  including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1  an acre, and the remainder of the
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre, i
subject to royalty at such rate as may!
be specified by Order in Council.
W. \V. CORY.       i
Deputy of the "Minister of the  In
icrior.
Dc^t, Interior. , ^
Wednesday    of     February,
members   may    be   proposed
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Wh''e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. A A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
is held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. in., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 Pm-
9.40 a.m.
R. li. K. ol I., meets second and
fourih Friday of eaeh month, at 8
p. m., in Orange ball, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, VS.
P.;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
��� Meets in Orange hail first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
rn. Visiting brethren ate cordially
invited 10 attend. E. E. Matthias.
W, M.: J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tues-
flay In eaeh month. Visiting
hii-'hren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. 0. I*. W, hall, (Kid-
fellows' block. Clarkson street, C.
S. Corrigan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman,
*=OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
ir, K. of P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. rn., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday In each n onth, same
tirri" and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially Invited. E. B. Stincb.
comb., Pres., H. Disney, Secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4 0.3, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. B. Rushton, C. It.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���Tbe regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. 111. in (he Oddfellows' Eall.
Visiting Brethren are cordlaly invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock ji. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
Sec.
SONG CF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every montb in
E. ot P. Hall. John McNlven,
Chief; J. J, Forrester, Rec, Sec.
!
Mev    connecting at Spokane with the Great
and   Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R,
& N. Co.
Connect' at Rossland with the Canadian   Pacific   Railway  for   Bi undary
; Creek points.
Connects   at    Meyers     Falls    with
stage ("'oly fcr Republic.
Euffet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
I
B. C. Mills, Timber and!
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers  in All Kinds cf
Lumber,   Lath,    Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash.   Doors,i
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.
Telephonel2. New Westminster!
Bank of Montreal
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane  .. . .".15 p.m.
. .Rossland   4.10 p.m.
... Nelson   6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
TIMBER  NOTICES.
FSTABLISHKD 181V.
Incorporated   by   act   or   parliament
KING SOLOMON LODGE, r'O. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular eenmunica-
tions of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in ena\ month in Notice is hereby given that .0 days
Masonic Temple, Pt 8 p. m. Visit- af;tr date I intend to apply to tilling brethren are ^ordially invited . chle{ commissioner of Lands and
to attend.    D. Vv. Gilchrist, Sec. ,
V, oiks for a license to cut and carry
CAPITAL   (ALL  paid  up)
RESERVE FUND 	
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no,
awa)   timber   from  the   following  de
ROYAL CITY  PRECEPTORY, No.459  scribed lands:
1. Commencing   at   a   post   marked
W,  .M .��� S.E.  Corner, planted ou the
north bank 1 : Lhi   Kildala river about
two milee    ip   fron   the   mouth,  running as follows:  40 chain, north, ICO
chain -   west,    !"   1 bains   south,   IGO
chains   east   to   point   of commen
ment,  containing 640 acres, more or
le ss.
Lpcated August 27, 1906.
'i. Commi u; ing at  .1   post   marked
VS. .M.'s s.W. Corner, planted on the
;. irth bank oi the Kildala river, about
two miles up from the mouth, running
i. O.O. F.-AMITY LODGE, No. 27-   .,. follows:  ������ chains north, 120 chains
The regular meetings of this lodge i ,   . , ,   .
aie held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum-   east- "" chain��  **'",!b' 40 chains west'
bla  street,  every  Monday  evening, | 10 chains north,  SO  west to point of
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethren cor-   commen ement,  containing 640 acres,
invite : ti attend.  A. P. Halla- : ���,,.,. or _,..,
day, N.G.; VS. C. Coatham, Rec. Sec.     "Ll   at( , August 2-   190Ci
 (	
3. I li ���;;;��� encing   at   a   post   mat. 1 .
VS.  M.'s  N.E   t lorni 1,  planted on the
1 1    1   banl   1 ' tbe l'i. lala ri .er, abo tl
five  :.;. I   a   ha 1   miles   up   the   1Iver
fron   the n.   ith, 1 unning as  follows:
411 chains south, 160 chains, west,  10
;,   nm' Ii.  160 chains ea ��� I to point
of    commencement,    containing    640
;.'   . more or lei -.
Located Augusl 26, l: 16,
-). Comment ing at a pi st marked
VV. M.'s N.W. I li ia r, i ant. 1 on thi
111 Ih 1 ank of 1;... K aia 1 Iver, about
: ���. and a half milee up the river from
the mo tth, : nnl ig a follows: 160
' . east, ie chains south, 160
west, 40 hain ��� norl h to point
";' commi ncement, iontaining 640
"���  ���  . more or less.
Li    ite i August 27, 1906.
... Commi nclng at a post mail.ial
W. M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
south bank of ih" Kildala arm, about
one mile from th" mouth of tii" river,
running as follows: SO chains south,
SO chains west, SO chains north to tha
shore line, thence following shoreline
to poinl of commencement, containing
040 aeres, more or less.
Located August 27, 1900.
6. Commencing at a post marked
VS. M.'s S W, Comer, planted on the
oast bank of the Haiti river, ahout
ten chains easterly from the mouth,
running as follows: 40 chains east,
40 chains north, 40 chains oast, 80
chains north to the river, thence following river to point, of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Located August 27. 1906.
(Locator)  WILLIAM  MOODY,
per Frank Vandal!, Agent,
Oct. 1, 1006.
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mounl   Royal,   G.   C.   M.
G ,     Honorary President
ilon.   Sir   fl.   A.   frum'mond   President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General   Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities iu  Canada, iu London, Eng.,
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in all parts 0!^
world. 1
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT
NEW  WESTMINSTER  BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER. Agef
Shingle and Sav)
Mill   Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WOI
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing C��\
VANCOU
c.
BEST   ON   EARTH
THE MONARCH RANG
wot"
It utilizes all  the hesting power of the   hard   coal,  soft coal.
They
coke.     Ordinary  steel   and  cast  iron   ranges are   fuel   wasters.
work   well   until   the  belts   become   loese where steel is bolted to ca
th in
alleable
't'i
The  Monarcn range is different.    It  is constructed  witb _
thi"    I
frames, to which the steel  is rivetted,   not  bolted.     It   is  only  "* J
that  absolutely   air-tight joints can   be  made.    There  is no stove Pu
Monarch  air-tight  seams ��� no  danger of  leaks.
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN & BRYS01
NEW WESTMINSTER.       VANCOUVER ,SDAY. NOV. 8.  1906.
v    tia and   Defence.
'r pent Rifl" Ranae-
\ :-;na, U.C.
j. TICE  TO   CONTRACTORS.
...     irked on en-
... tructlon ol
. VI toria, B.C.,"
Secretary of the
.: irters, Ottawa,
,  ,,       ;;   i  noon, the   10th
the  construe
the rifle range,
..   ;; Ettions   may    be
l fl|i| iir   matlon obtained ai
I
I
; listrii t Officer Com-
'""' '" '" ''       liai    ustomer, b .
Everythingi   Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything i.s Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
i ream, 35c
12 '
in.; '. tn - p.m.
Distrlcl No  il, Vie-
.   tor ot   Engineer  Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialtie
. Ottawa.  Ten-
.;.   the  form  sup-
��� i,   u   art ment, an I accom
-.   .i   i' ma ii in
.   e   i ent, of the
i a  '������ 'o the
;        ��� ..���  Minister
Short Orders Quicklj Served.
MRS. MM. COOK,
Trapn Bl ic . Proprietn
i olum iia St.
not bind It
������
'    '*   JARVIS,
...    of
ai ; !��� fenci
ID   ence
. :    6
Canadian Pacific a
RAILWAY COMPANY
IND REGISTRY ACT.
:
ippl   at   in    ii is
���.  John Kennedy
Imp i    under ..
:; ij  A   .... her
ear ng   date the
.. er,  A.D    1901,  of
- ���   L'n ; arcel or  Ass star.
. emi es   si! uate,
1 il >trii ��� of Xew
i the P    . ;    ��� of Brit-
particularly
..-I. its 1, 2, :;.
15,   part   of   Loi   26,
'.. an 1 29, Block 5, BUb-
i| Lol    _ 12,   Group  I.    an I
of Lot 2, Block 5,
.-   ��� I ui   1 :. Township
...   ��� .,;  -.: th Meri-
.
���
I
��� eqtii
���������'   ���    ��� .   .
aud ot in ;
ED. GOULET,
C. P. i;   Agent,
New Westmln   ei
E.   J.   COYLE.
General    Pissei-^e;'    Agent,
Vancouver.
*5r* _�� iSfT*
���   ���   required
il  ��� : ���  tax  pur-
lays froi;
ication ol   thi
li   i ill  of a caveat ot
oi     - pen lens  being filed
������ ��� ;.   ir  in  default  of
i regi sti ation, 1 sha I
K ���: ti" ly    as   o',\ ner
��� ���     And 1 direct that pub-
���" foi one month
i er   ; ublished  i'i
���  sh ill  1 e good  an i
e
Regit trj   Of
P   ivince of !i:i ish
; ,     of Octol  t,
C   S   KEITH,
lii.'ricl Reglslrir.
Kathleen Black,
fed G. Blake.
rved with thi j n itice,
ing through or undei
toi -   ilaiming *any
1 land by \ irtu ; of
1 ��� ��� ent, and  all
1 Ini sresl  In the
ent, whose title I
\ ...    rovlsions of
'   t," shall be for-
i  '���' 1  from set-
1 i or in respect of
. - t ixes as pro-
Registrv Vcl "
SEALED TENDERS a I Iressed to
' he tin lei signed, ud end ���-������ i "Tender for Pub! Bui Ilng !���: Imonton,
A ta.," dved al office
until V,' ��� lues ia; .  '���   ,  ruber 2 !,  1906,
onsti action  of a
Public Buil ling at i: Imonton, Alta.
Plan - ind a;., eil ation i an be seen
an i :'   ms o   let b r obtained   it
int.    m . .ui i i  Mr. I-l.
.1.  Man - ii;.  i " ',', orks,   E linon-
' ui. Alta., an i Mi   J. Greenfiel I, Supt.
of Public Wo    ���   '. Innij eg, M in.
Pers ms tei _ are nol in.. I  that
. - will i: e > msidered unless
ma le on tl i ted farm supplied,
.ui I   - jne :   . acl ual   slgna-
���
i tend      ��� i accomj anted
an a    epte . ��� .������        n n < bartered
.....:.      , to the or ler oi
���1: ���  . ible the Ministe   ol   Pub ic
er cent. (10 p.c.)
a ll        '. hii
... . forfeited if        person tender-^
ing declin ���  to  entet   in  i a i onti u I
died  upon  to   lo so, or if he
fail  'i     iia, lete I he woi k i ml racted
for.   If the ti 'nol  iei epte I thi
cheq te will 1  i retui tie I.
The De i irl menl   loes a ; bin 1 Itself
to a   ���', ' - he lov e I or i nj tender.
it;  order.
FRED  GELIN VS,
Sect ��� ar; .
���    .     ���.���������������; pul ll    Worl 3,
ii" iwa    li ti   er -"', 1906,
X   ��� ' a: ers Inser In i thi   a 1 reni- ������
: ml from the De
ci!! not be    ild f a- II
THEY All COME BACK I"
Evi .,- ��       .jj
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
THE   DAILY   NEWS
~~TB&Jt^��"
Everybody
Just Think of It!
The
Great   Clearance   Sale
Opens
F R I DAY
at   8   a.  m.
Men's Serge Suits
from .    .    . * .
Men s Tweed Suits
from  ....
Boots  and   Shoes
for Adults from
per pair up
The White House,
A.  J.   BIRTCH,  275  Columbia  Street.
\\ e are showing some particularly
Cjooa V allies in
-   Ladies Blouses  -
Tne prices
attraction.
Well, they
are by no means their least
CALL AND INSPECT.
A LITTLE NONSENSE
SUFFERING SIKH
��n
IT -
CIHEB IN LOCK-UP
' on  Ho;  i anil   I:.   Misr��pr*<
scntatic     :' .'". ..
the .i :;._v, i- the Bai:	
.:' : man itttcrl
���fit ...   ..    Hindu  Wanders  Around  Seeking   Hos
pital,  and   Fin.shes  Guest  in
Pol.ce  Station.
iver i ���        ������ .
is nol      led.    I he i
as withered a    [>e        ���   ns > ny !, ���
foui .!
I d ' not know why tl ��� un
less it i- tout ho] ��� 3 nol Ihc salt
of the earth. In tli.it oven! tho
adage is misrepresenting the facts,
which 1 hope is nol t rue.
However, granting th.it hope ia
the -uh of the earth, 1 find another
adage to the effei I thai the .alt of
the earth deferred maketh the heart
sick. The logical nnd pathologii al
conclusion in this case ig that Bait
should he sprinkled on the heart
immediately. 1 am confirmed Ln
this prescription by still another
adage, which ���������:' -. "Salt on, salt
ever." or words to that effect.
Measured by tho ndnge I li.r t
quoted us au/liority, Ureal Salt
lake, I inli. and it.- bores _h ild ������
tlio most hopeful .poi on earth.
Bul il doesn't look the part. Thc
Dead son, despite its n ime, should
also be full nf hope. Possibly it is,
but it musi be lbe hope of a hereafter.
Gentle reader, did you ever try
to i iiteh ii  bird   by  putting hope
on its tail?    Ves?   And you didn't    ervlce    '"'  '"'���  DeWoI( Smlth  were
catch it. did vou?    N'o?    But vou  '
A ... a , ser ible s.a �� ,,, discovered wandering at ound St Louis c >!���
lege j esterday aftei ao >a ��� im
the students, an i as he showed a
strong inclination to enter the building igalnsi their wishes, a telephone
message was sent to the poll e. Detective Bradshaw wenl out to inves I
gate, but imt being able to un lerstand
the cause of the 81 ss - sl t ing s behavior, he brought   dm to the ]   11   ���
.station,  where     h ,Ices     !   Mr,
i loull ;ia ii. , rpreter svere       ired-, ;ui I
a long Interrogate nnience i.    At'
ter much question)! . on    ie  p irl  ot
Mr. Hoult, and mui i pro       ng bj I he
. ..   the   v.iiii'i'a Ing   3
.a ige I  'o  make   them   un lersi m I
that he had mistaken s-    .
for the hospital, and that he was I
Ing '.I gain admission there, .
������ ring from  some Intern il  trou   3
a gave him much pain.
Ha. Ing ascertained this  much,    ' ���
hoped to, didn't you
Well, something must
with t he adage.
What?���Judge.
In Ve".*.. . lu Land.
We have all lines of goods
usually carried in a general
.-'.ore. No reasonable offer
refused, as everything must
be cleared out at once.
FRASER RIVER
. SALVAGE CO.,
utes he arrived al the station with hi 3
I/ ���,. black bag. A few professl ui .1
������ 'inns soon laid bare the cau - ��� C
-ill the trouble, an I th ��� loi tor per
formed a slmj le ipi ition which
fectively pul art ei I ;: ��� Sli h's suf
fering.    By way of showing his g    tl
tu.li
man   Infonne I   I he  do : ir
that his name wns Han ��� n Singh.
Sweet    Potato ��� Did
CharlrV Swcetcorn propose to you?
Annie Sweet run: i��� N'o, he's
not the popping kind.���Philadelphia
Pros*.
Thankless.
"Do you enjoy being a weather
prophet ?"
"No. It's a thankless task. Wheri
you predict good weather people re
mind you that il was coming anyhow, and when you predict bud
wonther they'd rather not lieu:
about it."- Bait n ore Sun.
Fcmi_in.   Logic.
"I got a grc it bargain, George,
\\hr.n l bought those potatoes iu tha
fall."
Objects  to   Wild  Cat  Schemes.
.   . Ion, Nov. T.���Al .i meel Ing j
te   : o   oi' the  British Columbi i Elep-
:ri ��� Rallwaj  i!o., R, :s. Home Pa  . i,
i halrman, said the pr ispet Ity ol Bt itish Columbia would re illy cotnm
from  the  time  when  II   began  to attract capital from 'he oil world.   Por
this reason  the people i'i  British Columbia would do well I i think twl a
before  they   sent   forth  I i  : he  world
��� esolutions and   by I iws   threal ening
and antagonizing to capital.
The Canadian market had  hit herto
been  kepi  clean and  wholesome, bul
he  received  recently pro-; ise. of
,i    least   ;i   dozen enterpt Is ��� the
ist nature, Involving mill is sl ir-
ling. if these were taken up, he ha )
nol the least doubt 9 i per cent or the
capital would be lost, He added thai
the schemes he referred to Included
railways, watei- power schemes, marine railways, canals, townsltes ami
in tnl schemes.
lhe   weatner.
Victoria, !!.("'.. Nov. 7.���The    'ess    ���
ts rising on  the north P icifl ���  -i
though it conttnues comparatively
on   the  northern  coasl   of Van i
Island : snow Is falling In I' i-iv o,    id
heavy rain bus fallen In Washln jl  ti
and Oregon, reaching al Porl nil 1.50
inches during the  la -;    wel      h m
n ims been warmer In C ill! irnl i,
continue, oold from thence north vat I
to the Vukon. where the tempera!
at Dawson are again below zero.      i
of the Rocky Mountains a dial irl    ice
of decided energy Is central at P '������   ���
"They  don't  seem  to   me  verv j
I ., ��� "   Albert, and cold  weath     with snow
'Well, no; they're not very good. fal*   PrevaIls    '     ' '
owlong they List!"���'1 :'
Canadian Bank of  Commerce
But just see li
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
.____  Victoria	
; U'aiitari. n. Vancouver	
"Vou must admit .hot it, takes a  New Westmlnlal
great deal of skill  t i swing a golf | Kamloops
Min.
_ .
38
38
ster Iron Works Tenders for Debentures
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000  ^/^Swer id Parn er Corntos-
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
B, E. WALKER, General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Oen'l Manager.
::u- '���' VCHlNfc;  AM)  I'.MilXl.
work.
ll, i ti'tii.i,". .urn
i ' RAL [RON     .VUHK.
! Iron   wor,.;,   including
1    ��� biscapes, etc.
ml con espondence tn
JOHN REID,
I      BEUB1E BTKJjim*.
���""stminster.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
f. O. 474.
SEALED TENDERS will  be n     ..
��� i e undei slgne I up I i the 10th
la       ;   N   ���    ii  "���    It    i ir tb"
. :. i        if  de lenl tires    ol   tha Fo
.���;    i i".   ol   N'ev   VVl
..   ;. ..   until .;   ' '    wi nt ���   'ii ui
irs I <_ .00), an i be irli g
the  rate  of live  per - mt.    Every facility  afforded  Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales   Notes  j ��
pei   annum,   payable  half-yea ly, the       cashed or taken  for collection.
,       i
BANKING   BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mail
Out-of-town accounts  receive everj attention,
A GENERAL  BANKING  BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
eel, "Iml it doesn't take as much
skill as it does to swing ii scythe,
an' it doesn't mow no grass neither."
-.-Washington Star.
principal   an 1   Interesl   I eing   n    a il
,.���  th ���   il Ice of ''io Bank of Mon
In v ���  VVestm ti tier, B.C.
The Niw Arrival.
"Hurry    now,    gel     into    bed.
'fou've  said your  prayers," urged
Elsie's mamma.
"No,  I  ain't through yet," pro-
esteil tho little girl, ai d -lie added,
i "God bless Bridget and make her i
good girl so she'll stay a while."���
('.ouston Post.
Barkerville. .
Port  Simpson
Atlin	
Dawson   ..    .
Calgary..   ..
Winnipeg  . .
Portland   ..   .
  20
  38
  16
Sun Francl ico  52
Forecast. Thursdaj     ' ���
land���'Light  or   modera
��� '-il''.  fair and     il I
Max.
48
is
10
in
:n
16
l
:.t
.-.
'
��� '
���"chase Notice
, : ".i th.,1 60   la
*7  ' ::    n.l   applying   to   tb
'     of   Land!    an.
'in to purchase I
'��������� ' : i!l I. situated ai
\\"1 '       Hdala river, Coasl
at  st mark-
'rner planted  on
'   Kildala   river
' ��� -i- follows:   1(1
north!'    1��   Chaln3   WPSt'    *��
'" shore line, thence
-In |-o ji.
1 :��� ace of enm-
011    ntng in acres
M.'
r
more
-'. in
���1l''"':i' "������ W. MOODY,
.'Ma,!,:      '-ANDAL, Agent.
The  i mderer   m i ;   sta e   the
a; Ice he ���.'��� lil pay hero,
The Corp iratlon does not bind Its If
- accepl any tender.
VV. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Ha!!,  New  Westminster, B.C.,
November 3, 1906.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to it��y
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R, DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
The Royal Bank of Canada
Insures absolute security to depositor'., STA UT NOW to save your money
;..���,! you will never regret it. People do harder tlilbgs every day and have
nothing to Bhow for it.
ONE DOLLAR opens au account. Put It In your pocket, tt would probably he nothing, but ONE DOLLAR deposited .-very week with us will in
ten years amount to $604.60.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
Tien 'l'b"ne
Han
-aon-. lu
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
The Measure of His  Love.
"The  Siqn  of the Cross.*'
Tin���   Sign   ��� ���   ���
Barrett's  uplifting dram it ���
the  persecution  and   t iumph
Christians under   the   cruel
Miss    Hoamley-Rich ��� I    beard Nero In Rome, wlll be presenl   l with
lomething today that would indicate elaborate spectacular surr mn Iln .
that .Mr. Hunter simply cannoi lore tihe opera bouse on  Mondaj     .ei
me as ho said ho did. next,    This greal ,
Miss  Pert���Good gracious I   P.nd world over,   it ims had uninterru
news from his bankers, ehi
delphii Ledger.
-PMla-
ti ss.  being   played   for
years   by  half  a   dozen   companies   In
England,  has created a sensation in
Australia  and South Africa, and
boon  translated into French, German,
Italian. Polish and Russian lai       l
Philosophy.
'Tapa, can you tell me what an
optimist is?"
"Yes, my dear child; an optimist
is a man who is married and inj -���,_.-���_.
��� ,        _   ���_   i    i .1    _  i      ���    t Bribery Cases,
spite of it declares that he is for-
tunnto"-��� l'l.ih Toronto, N'ov. 7.- John O'Meara mil
_!  Tom Lewis, accused of bribery in cm-
Might   H_ve  3oen   Perversity. nection   with   the    London   Invest
Old Time Doetor���In your judg-1 tlon, were brought before the criminal
ment, what ailed the patient? 'assizes to-day and their cases formal-
Assistant���hack of vitality, sir. I! ly remanded to next, session.    Bail i-i
bled him till there was scarcely an i the case of O'Meara   was   increase!
ounce left in him, and still i_e died, I from $5,000 to $8,000, and in the case
-���Pi'.k-Me-Up, j of Lewis from $3,000 to $5,000. 8
THE DAILY   NEWS
THUR
SDAY,
���
l       l
I
NOV
'. ���
">
New Goods Arriving Every Day
Tea Pots      Tea Pot Stands      Biscuit Jars
Jugs Toilet Sets Hanging Jardineres
We invite you to inspect our stock
whether you   wish to buy   or not.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
M.;;;- r intended this       nun should I
���    - - EtditOl    Ll.aiy    News    :       '
��� . ���:-:��� r
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
CLEAN       COMFORTABLE       CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
Mrs. R. J e ret irne 1 :������ sterdaj
;... rning   from       -ii irt   visit   to  Vic-
emove to join
nd in tbi       irse
��� -   . --ks.
Miss Cr. rtle Follis, win   :...-    een in
the R hosj Ital for tha
asi    flv<     :\-- . -.   - .::���    :.-    fl im    '   -
I fever, i_ ell on the      ������ I
eery, an i ex iecl - to
���   thai inst It ition some
time next week.
Hans   ;;��� ��� Is  ���   n, oi   Rho le  islan I,
. : rivi e citj    esti   laj   fi r the
; n  ��� - .-..;._   :... Head   treat-
mi .."    as hi    is  - ;::��� ; ing  from      o   I
.-  ning, :��� suiting from a severe cut
; nei    svhicl received  las -
n   the   logging
.  ��������� hicl   hi   Is manage]    n th-
��� .
Mr;    Maxwi the cit;
. esti Spen     -   B
nled ���     family,  ti  rej
Mr. Max. uot  long   age    is-
- .:... .ition i C.P.R tic-
gent.
[Economy!
. RGENT'S   Gen
Food Chopper is
an   economical
addition   to any
kitchen.    It saves
time  and   lessens
labor, and thus
economizes    the
housekeeper'stime
and   strength.
With it many
_      ���_.   ���>    attractive and
(___1���<_y    appetizing
dishi s c��;i be
made from what might be wasted
ii ;; were r.et ior the ('en..
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread,
crack.: . etc. It does not mash.
squeeze tear or grind, 1 at chops
the food as you -.vant it���fine,coarse
or medium
L
lium.   Easy to operate, sell
sharpening.   No kitchen complete
without it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
=WE	
CromptOlVs and
Bias Filled C
In  Styles Suitable for
Any  Figure.
Girdles, Military Fronts, Long Hips, Hij   ;;...
Nursing,  Full Figure  for stout women, I ,..
Waists, Bias Filled for slender or stout tiguref
Ladies' and Children's Hygeian Waisl ;, Infants'
Bands, etc., in the many range- of eaeh stvl
H. BELYEA & CO.
Telephone    ISO.
CALL ON
(.-".acr-nan-DeBe.*.
���   - -. ��� it froi     ehind thi
���    i . e to si
' --   Annie   Gre;    iteBi ck,   as
- .   entered hi age, attend^
i -   Iriven tf>   St.
An Irew's    iu    I    ��� here Mr. Chapman
was a a   -,;..  ���      ���    a   a  i...   happiest
a the y receiving   her
iagi .    Tlie knot was ti id
Ri r. J. S   Hei li  si a. and the bi I li
was given . "��� hi r bi otier, W. J.
Adjusting  Japanese   Difficulty.
San Fri      sco, Xov. 7     Secretary o
'i :..:..'���;, ���   and  Labor  Vi itoi   !i. Met-
. alfe, . oied       Consul H. Uijen
ol  Ja] an,     esti   la     visited    hi   Ja
the cii    and tbe < Irl-
ental  schoo    In  p irs ling  his invest!-
a Into the exi lush n ol Japanese
iplls froi     choo - attend) i I & �� bite
the secretar)  wenl   o
' he   Japane nsulati .    w here   he
heard stati rr nt - and ��� omplalnts ol
Japani -��� resl in ant ��� ers, who allege thai  theii     isiness yei tteI.
CORSETS
... ��� ... a.  ���  -   .       ���      that len
I earam ������ b -   thi   i   rset.    \  goo I fit tii ���     hat ...
ieet fashioi    ontou absoluti      i     entlal       a piepi
ng of to        Is a sciem       ail ...
1 : . lefi nd enabli
a,   ���       essential to t flsruri
Ask to see any of these lines, and remember.  Crompton'l Cors.li        _
ts UTe oo_n_ n
non-rustttble lining    surely an advantage.
W. S. COLLISTER & CD
T.A.Muir&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.   - ��� - B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
A C.r.cus  Church.
Ll..  the  sail     f thi   Russian church
in Winni eg,      ncern ng which a dei-  DeEeck
'. ii     ri le   ������������ as  I ei ��� minglj   gowne I
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
Columbia S
Sign   Man  on  Wheel,
New Westminster.
Phone 275
iblished    in   Uie    Daily
:i- .. -      esti rday    i . i ning,    an I  ���
....  tei   .,-'���;.    Ided to the histoi
. ;   thi   most  unique place of woi ship
in Cana a, ii ni - in the  _ hole world,
histi   ..   i :   -he  little  church,  as
I by a lati   residi nt of Winnipeg.
resting rea ling.
Abi it   tw      . ears   agi.  a   Russian
��� ���.;..   i ho was at th< tlm. working on -,
.   -��� .'���     gang in the north end of the
deci 1- 1 that then  was an easier
��� getting a living than handling
the  pick  iin.!  shovel, and  being possessed i-    onstderable eloquence, he
:   .i   out the information ihat he was
a high  priest of the Greek Orthodox
church, assuming thi   name of Bishop
Seraflm, an 1 by his ; reaching he soon
attract! |   onsideral i followers to his
' doctrine. As his follower- were nearly
j all  newly arrived  immigrants  in  the
airii   capital,   monej   was  a  scarce
ele,   ; :. i  then    seemed   ti    be  no
means ol building a  suitable place of
v   ; ship   :       his - ;��� gation.    But
this   . ffic lit.   di I  im * daunt  the ex-
-< .'.i;   lain rei. and  v.i'i. the fi w dol-
.   rs that h.- |   - -������-.-��� I, he paid a :.. sl
.:.- .  mi nt i ti it  pl<  >  of property  In
tin   ni ; th  end of tne  city  and  corn-
end ��� ���������      I ���'. ii church.   Tlie walls
h .   ih were or rusty iron boiler
;  ���-.   straightened oul  for  the pur-
' se, mi I. ������ tisemi nt ni I ices, bill-
gs and othei   mat<  ; Is
Cf a     ��� ���    nature.     ', :.��� v.a-   c ��� :,.-
��� . ��� severa layers ol the it i ii al
pasted togethei. while in a
-'���" : l< ested a i racked but
-. :��� ; bi 11. The whole edifice was
a . i i.i'h 1 ' ;. ;: wire netting fence,
. ;. i atti acted cons Idi ral li attention
foi ii '. .a until people b< came a c is-
tomed       Its  inique . | ; earance.
ia . n :. -.... ��� dii nne ovi . cream taf-
fi .������ ith silk lace trimmings. In hi .
h; ;. ; - .��� carrl I a bi a titiful bridal
. iq iei ol white i hi rsanthemnms.
Thi off! e oi bri lesmaid was Blled by-
Miss Annie '1. Armstrong, of Clover
Valle, . ������ - was attired in pale grreen
nun's veiling, trimmed with cream
laci and chiffon. The bridegroom was
��� ������ : ���. Mr. Neil McDonald, and
as the bridal party entered the
church, the organ, under the touch of
Miss Vass, pealed forth a wedding
march.
As soon as the fateful wor.;. which
made two lives one were spoken by
the minister, thi young couple proceeded, with their attendants and
friends, to the bride's home, where
about fort,   sat down to the wedding
11 tion, in which the huge wedding
cal - played no inconspicuous part.
The afternoon train to the Junction
was honored I: bearing the urida!
party to the m ;ti line, where they
caught the train for Winnipeg, A
large party of friends were at the
station to see the bride and groom go
thel '. rejoicing, and enough rice
was scattered about the platform lo
feed a small family for a week, 'i'he
wo thy Oriental who was called upon
to sweep thi debris away was heard
to murmur; "Dem peoples heap clazy;
t'row awaj  hiyu lice."
Whiskey  D.d   It.
ii..;'���      .  ,-, Ont.,   N'ov,   7.���Thomas
G. Porti r, former!;,   edit. ���   Tri
bune, Mattawa, Ont, an 1 at one time
a well-known church official and clergy ;; ii. and Georgi Whiti st ue-
masi n, were foun i di.-. i ia a sha
hen . The;.- had apparent); ��� ��� a a .. 1
four or five days li is supposed thej
had I een drinking hea ,*!
from ci ' i an i exj i sui e
Wreck on P. E. I,
Charlottetown, Nov. 7���A Norwegian barque bound to Campbellton,
N.B., is ashore at Black Bush, north
side of Prince Edward Island, about
fifteen miles west of East Point, and
is supposed to he a total wreck. The
fate of the crew is unknown.
��.
'_���_���..���..���..���.���..���..���..���..���..���..���..���..���..���_���_��������>.���..���..���..���..���...���..���.���..���..���..���..���_���.���>.���.>>.:.... >��;;,;;,-,^,jJ
Every article or piece of furniture in our establi ih i ent at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served. We
nee,| the cash and you want the goods. This is a .hance
of a lifetime.
W. E. FALES,
710 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Hear Extension, Front Street
Humor and Philosophy
By  DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
Office Supplies,
School Supplies,
Fine Stationary,
Toys, Dolls,
China and
Glassware
���AT���
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Cheap Dwellings
On Saturday we advertised v Bargains in Dwelling Houses. Since then
we have disposed of ���'' of them; we still
have 5 left which we will sell on
terms.
Honorably  Acquitted.
New   York,   Nov.   7.���The   following
e    atch from J.  E   Sti   i   Muni, who
��� --.'i'ii,;.' was . tquitti i In th   citj ol
Mi sl impHcitj   In  the af-
of the Interna    a .-as
���   ���(   ,-ed in 1   Is city to- laj:
ised    'i   Imaginai j   of-
a:.'   tion      'h  ��� he  11
,  which  failed
of arri -   i-   ..
could not hi      teeut-
..... ��� -. to the
��� ��� i ���     i'esterd      the  same
. i-��� e orl   nal  ordei
e bono . .      _ ���- Ing
..  ol    ...  Ility."
To Fight the Strikers.
Hamilton, Onl . Nov. 7.���There were
ni developments in the street railway
.--.; ��� to-day, except that the company
stati i it would be prepared to operate
the citj system shortly. It has en-
gt gi ' i ne hundred men, and advertisements appear in the newspapers
��� ii   oore.
Business  Directory
TO  MAKE  US GLAD.
li apples grew , ., lightning rods
Aral ; li ::.���   di wn like rain,
]f fish would on       ha      us home
i ii mi ��� t ..i- ..: thi   train,
If every r..ry wr.  Christmas eve
And . tr, ��� t < ar riding  fr..,
Aial , vi r;.   oni   '.'���- good lo us,
How  happj  we would bei
If lightning   alii d to bake the br.p.il
A:..; thi ndi i plaj i .1 a tune,
And babies never cried at nlb'ht
For i aii'ty cr the inn,in.
If mora j  onlj  wi re a fruit
That t1:. w upon a tn e,
A;..i H wi ra ripe thi  whole year round.
How  !..![ i y a .   a. i   . ���;  l ��� '
If offices wi re . lose at hand
To laar our falnti st call,
Wli'.-.  salaries attached to them
That dldn t look too Braall;
If wi   ci  ...: sit around and smoke
And still draw double fee,
Wlthoul a blessed thing to uo,
lie-w happy v. -  would t��
If mi nki ��� s did the  kit' ta n  work
And  bi < s would ��� >r11 y  come
An.-i dump their honey at th- door,
l think it would help some.
If evi iv ,:. Ilar i ill we had
Wi  ild straightway grow to three
Ai.d wi  could always keep tbe change,
How happy wi   would be!
But have you heard about the splendid opportunities that are now awaiting the buyers
of Columbia Street Property?    Watch Xew
Westminster values rising ! See the downfall of those who delay investment.      :     :
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - ��� New Westminster B,|
Electric Railway Service!
Real   Estate
F.J. Hart td Co.-LtJ.,
701 Columbia St.
cy
The  Verdict.
Ul  title Cl ���', N.J , Nov. 7.���Aftei  a
..  scene, the coroni r'a j irj   late
;hi agreed to pit ie the blami  for
the 'i hi . - tghfa   ���  �� ������       < f   Sun lay,
i) t, 28, upon Daniel Stewart, the aged
bridge tender.
Rental   Ao'en
F.J.  Hart y Co., Ltd..
701 Co! urn lii a St.
Fire Insu
ranee
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
easy
roomed   dwelling
i:i   fruit)   	
- ��� ad ilwellins
(lol in  t'i nil i   . .
in  Sapperton   (lot
  $650
on Eleventh streel
 $900
6-TOomed dwelling. Fifth avenue (corner   lot)    $950
7-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner lot)   $1,200
5-roomed dwelling, Apnes st....$1,0501
If you have one for sale, list it with
us. No commission charged unless we
make the sale.
White y Shiles
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���Louis Oal.rn.an, Washington, Di'; .1. A. Guiohon, Miss A. Guichon, Quilchea, B.C.; Mrs, K. ll. Con-
sens, Chilliwack,
Windsor���Ten members of "Under
Southern Skies" Dramatic Co.; li. D,
Irving, Junction; Mrs, J, s. Cyr, Mission; .Mrs. I). Wilmout, San Francisco; .!. West. Langlej; __, Itoi ert on,
Lion Island; VS. Thompson; E. Mor-
*-ii u. Vancouver; W. ���' McVity, Clover-
land.
C iii niai- II. !���:. Worthand, H. Lin-
Ben, H. Walsh, Miss Paula Frances,
Mr. and Mrs. K. Dudley, J, T. Gallagher, Now York,
Moi
���tgage
.oans
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Life I
nsurance
X
ew
F. J. Hart y Co., Ltd.,
701 Columbia St.
Westminster,   B. C.
Bl V ancouver,
ranches - ckiiWack,
v.
Opportunitj-.
Several pentlemen with two verj
liin'o feet have lately jumped on John
J, Inpalls' poem "Opportunity," wblch
bas heretofore been regarded In some
circles a* being fully as true and hind
ina as the I leclarntlou nf Independei	
or tbe in.; eratlve orders of n young
wife on nn old husband.
The i urilen of this poi m Is that n
large, hu ' n ri t.i imnn named Mr < Ip-
port inlty, with fame In ona hand ond
a bap of gold in thn other, comes
���ia ��� ��� ... on thc door i f ��Tcry man's
house o'i'.. In n lifetime, aud if the
householder Is ni leep or nol then' to
esti ial tin .' id ." 'nl Itching band it Ib
all off with hlm forever.
This on close examination is found
to in- n mistake,   There nre opportunl
ties lyliit: nil iilniiit our path if we
could Just distinguish them from don
Mi' back action jokes, bul bow is the
dull to know when one of them knocks
that it isn't liis creditors trying to
break into liis house under false pretenses?
Cr.r.'l  Str.r.d  by  Themselves.
A greal man)- plants are not
strong enough to stand uprighl b;
themselves, and as they cannol gel
enough sun if they lie on the
ground thev arc i !,-;" d to i Iambi r
up their in/ libor's.
Look in the garden and si e .
you run find n ' limbii g plant, . u I
as n honeysuckle or convolvu -
twisted tightly areund a stick ti
keep it in mi upright position,
Doesn't it hold on firmly''. I f yo i
pull it o!" you will probably break,
the jn or ;!. ng i ;!', and tl fl
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Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations Will run every bail-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to n p
m. excepting at 7;30 and S:"1'
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Pink to
Vancouver only.
City   Limits Line    .-*���   .    ,   from
'��� i". a.m. to 11 p iii.
20 Minute Service���.No transfer,
Between 12 and - and :> and 7.
30 Minute Service during *l
niiiinder of day. rransr.. ��l|
Leopold Place, H^
Sunday   Service   half-hourly t*j
tween   S   a.III.  :iIII   I!  P :-
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service        '   ' -' ''1
n. to 11  p.n     ������ ;"*J
s: and 2, and 5 dulWl
which bom    thi    ���
half-hourlj
Sunday  Service   t;   t-nourl!   f!
twei n b
���
| British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
H>HMOM..MHHHW^
�����*�������������������������
Horse Clipping Machines
TT7E have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small antl large stables,
Oui*20thjcentury is cheap and good, ()ur
clippers work easier, clip faster and take a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
great labor saver.     Call and   see  them "l
T. J.  TRAPP & C0\
Limited

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