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 VICTOR
;wje Idlg Nzw&
SE legislative /uCX
DEC 7 .1906
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f^UME i, NUMBER 232
^K       .ESTMINSTER,B.C., THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER ll, 1.
90G.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
[BOR MEN DECIDE /
TO ENTER PO'/TICS
DEATH DEALING FLOOD      AMBITIOUS WRESTLER       !
IS RAPIDLY RECEDING        FAILS TO MAKE GOOD
E
��ting of Workingmen Agrees to Organize and Apply
For a Charter���Various Speakers Diacuss the
Political Situation.
Chase    Creek    Waters    Work    Havoc.
Leaving Only  One  Business
House Untouched.
TEAPOT TEMPEST
NEARING ITS END
Matsuda    and    Swanson    Prove    More
than a   Match  for  Heinrich,
of Spokane.
It i"
, :   the   Canadian
vas formal!} organized at
ur a,en  liebl  in  the
.    ��� ain.'.    when    tile
. , | [lolltics was dls-
I  until the  proper
i had '"'en atrous-
ng ol a motion
third factor in
,,- . ��� - it -     The mn
i   Turnbull, secondly y v. ti 1 carried unan-
s,       ... ,    Immediately
���                the i esolutlon, an I
,.,, :.,. adjourni d, sev-
signed their
lon for the char-
:. is a, ���, the official recogni-
.,[ the               ti   of  tbe   new
thi            party,
Ra ta)   occupied   the  ohair.
V,  J. Sloan performed the du-
The chief speaker
,.. ning   'a-  A.  0.   ferry,  of
in     an     eloquent
L. F. Williams, in
motion, said thai he
sympathy wirb the re
seconding   the
was heartily In
Clifton,  Ariz.,   Dec.   5.���Tbe   flood
thai canscj upward of a score
ol deaths and much property damage
' receding rapidly, and the!
It cosl .hie Heinrich, the Spokane
strong boy, who undertook i<> throw
Matsuda and Swanson twice in an
hour  ai   the  Vancouver Athletic club
California Representative Makes Light of Japanese Question
���Roosevelt's Ambiguous Message Rouses Resentment
And Has to Be Explained.
hlrty-hour rain has ceased
marks of the pre-  ther damage is apprehended.   Several   that be was not equal to the task, this
vlous Bpeaker, and added a few more   bodies
reasons to the numbei   advanct d
-��� ��� "" i
of deaths cannol be told,  flrsl  opponent, in ln'/_   minutes after
Al r.
Tiirnl,ull, ni) tending to show the
advisability of formini i tron_ laboi
party,
After the rea ling ol a synopsis ol
the constitution b)  the .-��� cretai ���   Vii
Perry  directed   the   attention ol  the
meeting to a clause asking that justice be done to the native race.    He
thoughl thai  it was a great injustice
thai tb" Indiana should bi  deprive i ni
the  rigftn   ol   voting  in   this  country,  ' ��� :'"'
while ihat privilege should im accord-   ftate
cl   tn certain  classes   ol   immigrants
after thej  had lum residi d here tm a
length of time.
���I. P. Rainey, In response to calls for
a speech from the chair, remarked
'bai he had nm been in politics before, because he did ���,��� believe thai
eii'her  party  properly considered   the
Xo fn,.   last evening, exactly $.-(.iii to find om
Several   that be .
recovi red    from    th... j being ibe amount of the purse offered
'���'���'        '   along  Chase creek, Imt the; He   managed   tn down   Matsuda,   bis
��� xaci numbe
loe Throm, who was rescued from the
:-' " 1     Hi t   win,-,    wil..   was   lost,   was
taken to Hn- hospital in a serious condition,   but    will    probably    recover
'���    ��� ������  men were caught  looting, and
fusal in surrendi r, were shm and
fatal),  wounded !,-,��� officers.
'lii" flood in Chase creek was caus-
'be breaking  nf the  reservoii
Detroit  ci p
tir.-1
the men stepped nn the mat, bin failed
to pin iiim tn ihe floor a second time
in tin- thirty minutes allowed. Swanson proved to be even a tougher opponent, and the half hour allowed fnr
the trial of Btrength passed away
without the ambitious wrestler being
able to secure a single fall from the
Nanaimo boy, Swanson being the ag-
Washington, Dec. 5.���The California
delegation in congress has received
satisfactory assurance that the president did nm desire lo be understood
as Baying, in liis annual message, ihat
In would use Ibe military force lif ibe
United states iii foroing the Japanese
iii".< tlie California schools in which
white children are taught. It is sai I
purpose in ct nvey
tii  have  been  bi
the   idea   that  he
tary  in  protect  Hie Japanese again^4
mob violence,    Callfornians   take   n
offence at ibis  interpretation  of   the
Co.;   ilie  free! [gressor must   of  the  time.    The con-   message, and agree that the chief ex-
rat"  down   thi   creek   with a   ditions of the contest were that Hein-  fcutlve  should   do everything in  his
seven-foot In-east. rich  would throw each of bis oppon-   power to protect Japanese as well as
Onl)  one  business  in,us,, on Chasi    <n,s 'wice in half an hour or lose the  all oilier foreigners against violence.
escaped damage, and many were match.    Apparently  he  underestlmat-      'This whole San Francisco affair is
i ntlr :> destroye I.   North Clifton was  ed the strength of ihe Vancouver and  proving to be a tempest in a teapot,"
partly wrecked, nearly   all   the  resi-   Nanaimo athletes, and this led to his  representative Julius   Kahn   said   to-
dences in that part of the town being   undoing. _iay.   "It will die out rapidly, as h  in
In why California lakes tbe position
it  does.
"The courts, uml nut the public,
must settle all the legal questions involved. We are glad to know ihat the
administration is inking steps to institute action which will give ihe
courts a chance to pass on lbe validity
of the San Francisco school board's
a. tion."
Enquiry   to-day   disclosed   the fact
In  condition of the 'utereBts of the labor men. He thoughl
ovince, ami point-  Illi'1 once ""' ""'on men gol down to
j means 'hey should  adopt
a ���, ���-. i  and   improve  the
:.���:...    . i   in general,    ile
the work   hat had been done
������ i m  convention in   Vancou-
������: ��� -i        . the reasons which
��� ��� : i.-.'n  ��� , retire  when  the
- ha I atti a a', i fo capture the
.Ion.   Dealing   with   provincial
hi sal   thai bi   could see no
whj tht   workingmen of New
ia ��� ������       . : a,- elect a labor
at   thi    forthcoming   elec-
���'it. wiif    in   the.   could dn it.
on     _     ��� 1 hard enough  in
' ��� ' theii   party,    Tbey
,:'' '���    '       that     their    vote
l�� cast i nl.  for tin   man who
gl filature   pledge.]   to
���    ���   nf labor, and not
'       eca ise be happens to
ow.    These  men
> goo I fellows and
'��� ���"���: another appeal to
: support   the cause
���B;   ',: ���     "  titled   his  seal
���I   ��� . <-
hi   uexi -in aker, after
Hy to i hi   ,   i, .cntitin  re-
"''''���''���    uver, t aid that If
:' ,-en   ever  going  to
��� ���!.- -   must   get
li was oi no use cry-
��� at revolution which
- al  i ne swoop,
In   working classes
1 ugh a i rocess of evo-
��� any revolution,    It
il    surely,   the
��� Un  labor party
:'    " i foi  many years
I   a   ' '.     i.e   Lib-
���     ��� ���    In    lho ighl  thai
������    able to the
other,   bul
i   thi ow   his
hi   Lal or party.
vi th the labor
oth   political
��� ;i,:> ng  lo realize
��� ' '!  ug   besides
'   ,'anp    this   Cllllll
11 '    I ictlon of
ti i     poke   at
ibjt   -    Coming
*al I  Uiat  ror the
le had 'a en
��� I lature by the
Willi    lhe   resull
were now pro-
Islatlve privileges,
n-'ii ivere always
��� hen made a
'���: ��� in I, of the
'  formed.
business, and rallied round the banner, Ihere would In a strong Munch
of the Canadian Labor part) formed
in N'ew Westminster. There were
enough labor men hen to make their
pnwr felt, it the. ,,,ih uniti together,
which be had im doubt -.lit", would do.
destroyed or damaged.
The Coronado railroad suffered damage, all the way from Clifton to Met-
calf, and it will be several days before trains can be run over the line.
So many hotels and restaurants
hav..- been destroyed, that it is almost
Impossible tti find a  place io eat or
MURDERER IMPLICATES
THREE ACCOMPLICES
Atkins   Harmon  Confesses   His   Share
in Thanksgiving Day Crime���
Robbery  the   Motive.
A preliminary match between Kee-
fer and Holjeu was won by the former, who managed to secure a fall
from bis opponent. Keefer bad been ,
matched to wrestle with Peacock, of
the Sixth regiment, but the latter was
unable to he present. A telephone
message was received here late yes-
sleep in the town, but there will be no terday afiernoon, enquiring whether
shortage of provisions, as many stores ! Arthur Wise would be willing to sub-
escaped the floods. I stitute for Peacock, and that promts-
All 'rains on lhe Arizona & New >nS young wrestler accordingly tray
Mexico railway are held up. Railroad elled to Vancouver with a carload of
bridges are so severely damaged that other sports last evening, but owing
il will be unsafe to use rheni for some "' other arrangements having been
time. Newspaper offices were wrecked,   made by Con Jones in ibe meantime.
 . be was denied lhe opportunity to adtl
tn his laurels.    Fire Chief Watson ref-  i"
ereed  the  main  event, and, as usual
gave complete satisfaction  in  all thi
decisions rendered.
_ - there Is a general understanding
would use the mill- the legal proceedings to be taken in
S..n Francisco were inspired by Unit
e ' Slates Secretary of State Root.
wbo expressed ibe opinion that it
would be one way of effectually dls-
i ��� sing of the controversy.
That President Roosevelt's views on
the subject meet with the hearty approval of the Japanese government,
was made evident to-day, when Vis-
count Aoki, the Japanese ambassador,
s lid tba; he had personally thankied
the | resi lent for what be bad said.
GIVES SAO EXAMPLE WAR SECRETARY TAFT
OF A WASTED LIFE GIVES HIS VERSION
Another  Remittance Man   Brings  Dis-   Of the   Action of  the  Department  in
grace on   Reputable   People, Turning a Negro Battalion Out
and is Locked Up. of the Army.
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 5.��-Wm. Ard-
ley, of Brooklyn, N.Y., whi was found
dead Thanksgiving day, and whose
body has heen si ni home, was murdered and robl ed, If a t mfession made
by Atkins Harmon Is true. When
Ardley's body was found, II was supposed thai he had mi i leal by a fall
down a .stairway.
Atkins Harmon, Sam Taylor, Arthur
Horton and Grip Joni -. all white men,
were arrested to-day, charged with the
murder of Ardley. In confi ssing, Harmon  Implicate I thi   i Diet s. and said
Fred Lynch Branches Out.
K. .1. Lynch, proprietor of the Beaver cigar factory, is about to build an
up-to-date leaf-rolling emporium, having purchased a tin-foot lot on Clark-
.-i n street, which lie will use as a siie
tm his new factory. The lot purchased by Mr. Lynch is part of tin
ravine directly at the rear of the posi
office, across the street, and is immediately behind bis presenl premises. Work will be commenced ver)
s nil mi thi en ciion of the new building, which will cost about $i,iiuO, and
it is only a matter of a short time
el ire Beavers and Fritz cigars are
l.eing -Uanufactwed in tlie new premises.    The sale ui  the lot   was made
Liberal Meeting.
There was a meeiiiig of the Liberal
association las: night, called for the
purpose of taking any necessary pre-
liminar) steps towards the special organization necessary in view of the
api roaching election. The president,
1*. W. iiow ay, wa.s in the chair, and
when the minutes of last meeting had
been adopted, he delivered a short address, thanking the association for ib>
honor done him in naming him as
iheir   candidate,   and   promising   thai
Winnipeg, Dec. 5.���Son of the lord Washington. Dec. a.���In his annual
mayor of Manchester, and blessed report, Secretary of War Taft devotes
with every advantage, which a young considerable space to a defence of the
man could wish for to start him out course of the war department in con-
the game of life, Frederick Huy nection with the discharge of the
now occupies a cell at the police sta- negro battalion which was stationed
linn, pending enquiry into a charge' at Brownsville. Texas, last summer.
against him of stealing from the "Wil- The secretary details the "shooting
liams Piano Co. up"   of the   town  of   Brownsville   by
Hoy bas been in this country for r.nyw.here from nine to twenty inem-
.i me time. His friends have done bers of this battalion. He is severe
their best for him and have placed in his condemnation of the non-coni-
bim in no less than six positions; but missioned officers of the battalion for
be seems unable, or unwilling, to con- failing to discover and report the per-
duct himself in a proper manner, and petrators of the outrage, and of the
every position found for him bas been enlisted men who are maintaining si-
lost     Yesterday    ��20   was   received   lence when,   as he   says,   they must
from bis father to be used to square
uji his Indebtedness, and it Is likely
thai it will be devoted towards sending him hack io England.
that robber)
crime.
v..;-   thi   motive for the
em-
lum-
���
Serious Acci-ent.
William Saxian. one of the
ployees of the Small & Bucklin
her mill, sustalne i t most serious in
jury yesterda) afu rn ��� i> ��� falling on
a reviil\ Ing circulni saw. 11n > eth
t ame in contaci with the unfortunate
���nan's head Inflicting a fei rful woun I
which ii Is feared wiJl prove fatal. \
stretcher was hastily Improvisi i an I
i be   sufferer   v as   con .eyed Dr
Drew 's office whi re everyl hin.   i n
ble was done mr him, i nd he was tl
taken   t i   St,   Mary',   h  .]
the besl of tare b   I' lng givi _.   The
unfortunate    man    was    uncons   oti-
frniii  the lirst. ami   wm   thu red
the suffering   whli h   hi    ivould otherwise have bad to endure    Mi   Sa   on
through ihe linn m 1*. .1. Hart & Co., mi effort would be warning on his pari
the price paid being in the neighbor- "J Justify their nomination, which be
:.,;,.  $C00. accented.
.1. C. Brown made a short address,
sneaking of the necessity for getting
arrangements made in good time, as
the date i i the election was quite unci .tain, and might be nearer than was
in w general!) supposed. The government had evidently intended, a very
.; timi age. to I 'ing it off at nnie.
and it was not yet certain fhat the)
im I . Ii.uigt I their minds.
W. W. Fori estei   made a  rej ort < ".
the reai ::; disi ricl convi nl Ion in V i
. OUV I .
Aftei   si me   gem i aJ   discussion   ol
matters   n laUng to  Liberal  Inti rest
in New Westminster, two committees
m re a: pointed to look after the pre-
To Stop Hindu Invasion.
Mayor Buscombe, of Vancouver,
who has ju3l returned irom Ottawa,]
talking io a repoi tt: about the Hindu
quest n, said hi found on his arrival
at o;t iwa thai thi matter was already
taken up b) Mr. R. 0. Macpherson,
M. !'.   He was 1 ifoi n< 1 thai an order-
The Province Wins Again.
Victoria, B.C.. Dec. ii.���A cable from
Lon lon, England, was received by the
provincial governmenl to-day, announcing that B. C. bad been awarded
lhe gold medal for provincial exhibil.
and ihai individual provincial exhibitors had captured seven silver and
three bionze medals.
have knowledge of the guilty parties.
He insists that no Obligation of comradeship should prevent the men from
telling the truth, but indicates that
such of the men as are guiltless may
be re-enlisted.
ie
m
.. ., incil dealing v it t
was i.",iiL |ire ian I and ihere
little d ��� ibt about its being
���hi. ugh.    i.i  the  nu antlm<  any
itter
was
put
wlm
.... ,,. ���,. ,: ers co , I hi   deported under
,.. ... t.   He expi iine : the local i Itua
lion ' , all   ��������� iih     horn   hi   tame
und   hi    thin!      lhal   hi-
nat      ���   ������ '   ar fruit.
in
i, ���
Christian Education.
B isti n. Dec. ���"'.���A conference called
by  the Congregational Education  society,  ;.   promote the cause of Christian education among foreigners, and
es ecially    among    foreign    students
who   come   to   the. United   Stales   to
-.   li, was held  here to-day and  wtis
��� ���';  attended.
France is Pleased. ���'
Paris. Dec. 5.���The evening newspapers comment most sympathetically
on the announcement of Ambassador
Henry White's transfer from Ror.e ;,>
Paris, recalling particularly the gn t
service he rendered as conciliator at
the Algiers conference. It is stated
that no other appointment would be
more acceptable to the French gov-
i rnment ihan tbat of White, who is regarded here as persona grata In every
-ense of the term.
Notice to Policyholders.
\, w Vm k,  Di _. ���������   '' in-  statemi nl
was Issue I  b)   Richard  Olney, chair-
ial ��� -. and  have things in
,.��� -. for the active work of th
i       .ii   the   time   comes.
a    etln      llll 11   B Ijl   trued.
'Bill-
' am-
The
is a  married man and  his wlfi   an i
,    n i nn- in  ihi   Pit)     Hi      ��� " ' ;   ;i" ' ternatii nal policyholdei
laiiuly are   residing   l"       is Clt).    i ���'
has  been  In  the i mplo)   Ol  '1 '   ���- '
fi   Bucklin   t mi'i ��� in.-   -    ''   '���'
business here
,.\i a late hour this morning, the
patient was reiiorted to be in a precarious condition, and no hopes were
entertained for his recovery.
commission: "The right to vote for
��� hi board ol lirectoi'- In the New
��� , -, I..-. . nd the VI il ial Life Insur
..nre companb - expires on the 18th.
\ large i roi >i I m t the entire vote
remains lo I ������ cast, and the Buccess ol
���   i,    hoi a ia gn depi nd.
i i   he vote ���
S-bootier Lost.
i(i .   , N. S., Dec. ���'.    N'i wa ci
oi i Vnnapolls B: -in. near Ann i]
i hi   scln oner  Emm i   R.  Harve..
- i .,.e.i at Granville Ferry thi
.   ning.    Captain  Bei rj   Is   repoi
��� a i and a number of the crew fr - -
ten.    The vessel is a luta! wreck,
Seem Right for Once.
London, Dec. ,"..���The house of lords
��� ��� night, by a unanimous vote, pas :  I
the second rea ling of the lan I , i nur
111, th,   obit cl   il  w hich is in ami li .
rate Ihe i ondll lon of the tenant fai m
In    a. .. : !  ind Scotland.
Believe  in  Nioissing.
Toronto,   Out..   Dec.   ...���More  than
$1,200,000    has    been     Invested     in
Nipissing mining stack by Canadians
slni ��� the sensation of lasi Saturday.
Oil House Burned.
North Battleford, Sask., Dec. .**,. ���
The C.N.R. oil bouse at lhis point was
: itall) destroyed by lire this morning,
."���here was a large stock of gasoline
ills stored In the warehouse, and the
Inflammable nature of these pro.ill.lted
an ; ��� npl . ; saving the building
. .1 , mil nts.
U. r. Senate.
���'.a-��� ���.'.. ������ . I, 5. -The brief . cs-
-; in ol the Unite i states senate today res,ited In the introduction of
many bills, resolutions, petitions, and
the receipl i several communications
from the executive departments.
TOWER FALLS.
U
(st,
.]
The
Dec. 6. ��� A severe gale is raging on the }
steamer Baltic has not been able to j
Teherdockat Liverpool.   She was expected to
,at knight, but no news of her departure has
been received.
*m��ng the many accidents reported is the des-
!0,n,'f the wireless telegraph tower at Machri-
| 'Ei Scotland, which was 450 feet high and
K"ed 2��000 tons-. This tower was erected for
i, ss communication with America. It collapsed
the H-e(? M the Found- Fortunately it fell clear
!    '   ��faing buildings and nobody was injured.
The Weather.
Po      -:. Thursday:    Lower   mainland -Lighl or moderate winds, parti)
cloudy and colder, with show or sleet.
Pans Out Well.
Toronto, nc. 5.���Twenty-seven ct
of  me   aggregating    1.1 IH.aSti   pound t
were shipped from Coball during the
month ol Novembi r according to the
government   sti t< menl   Issued  to-da;..
Hamilton Tories
Get Awful Shock
Hamilton, Ont., Pec .'.���The election iii East Hamilton yesterday furnished the Conservatives one of the
Wggesl surprises In the history of the
b) a majority of 844.   The riding has
i n Btrongly Conservative since 1898,
when Henry Carscallen, K. C. defl ai
ed Middleton, Liberal, by 880. The
bye-election was caused   by   Caracal
pariy in Hamilton.   Allan Studholme, len's death. Receni labor troubles and
,',,.,'i,, ������ the Laboi party and semi-'great Bympathy expressed by the pub-
jfHelaH, eDdoi ��� I  bj   Liberals,    de   lie for men in street railway strik
feated r   , ,o. Conservative   hi n good deal
Hh the i-"su)!.
BIG STRIKE.
Odessa, Dec. 5.���The suppression of the Seamen's Union by the Government has been followed
by a strike, and the business of the shipping companies is completely tied up. About 11,000 men are
out, and the governor appealed to Admiral Skryd-
loff, commander of the Black Sea fleet, to send
sailors from Sebastopol to relieve the situation.
The admiral, however, refused to do so, fearing the
sailors would join the strikers.
Attempts have been made to despatch steamers
manned by novices, but they ended in failure. One
of the vessels ran aground and the others returned
to port. THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, d...
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HINDUS CONSIDER
WHITES POOR SPORTS
State That  Millside Tug-of-War Scrap
Was the   Result of  Fear
of Defeat.
Uday Ram, the head tyee of the
Hindu colony at Millside, was in the
city yesterday and threw a side light
upon the scrap between the Hindus
and white men at Millside a few days
ago, from  the  Hindu standpoint.
He said that, his men had been
teased by the white men, and browbeaten,  and   frequently   told that    it
Oar  Xalerm  Deepea.
The primitive inhabitants of Europe
were all  ten irs;  their descendants of
the present time are baritones, aud future  generations   will  have, semlbass
voices.    Tbe voice has a teudeucy to
deepen witb age.   Tbe teuor of twenty
! becomes the baritone of twenty-eight
: and the bass of thirty-six.   The luferlor
I races have higher pitched voices than
| tho more cultured.    The negro has a
j higher   voice   than   tbe   white   man.
I Among white races, the fair complex-
| toned man bas a higher voice than bis
I darker skinner brother.   The former !���
usually a baritone or a tenor, the lattaf
a contralto or bass.   It Is asserted that
tenors   are  usually  of  slender  build,
whereas basses are stout, but there ar��
too many exceptions to such a rule for
It to be reliable.   The same remark ap
plies to the stji tement that thoughtful
men have deep toned voice., and vice
orally careful uot to sing too soon after
dinner.���Pearson's Weekly.
Tide Table-Fraser River
For week ending Dec. 7, 1906.
NEW WESTMINTSER.
Dec.
Dec.   4
versa. The tones of a voice are per
took about half a dozen Hindus to I ceptib]y higher before than after u
equal one while man. The tug-of-war 1 meal, for which reason tenors are gen-
scheme was suggested by Uie Hindus,
who were no strangers at the game as
it was a favorite in the army barracks
in India. At the time of the challenge the Hindus offered to put up ft
considerable sum of money, if the j
white men would cover it. They
eventually agreed to match eleven ;
men each at a dollar a head. The best
two pulls out of three to decide the,
victors. Tbey got down to business.
and the two sides were so evenly balanced that neither sained any advantage for some time. An extra effort on the pari of the Hindus gave
them a start in their own direction
and tin.' white men's supporters vhen I
closed in on iheir men, and started Dec
to assist them by giving them foot-
liohls and in other ways. The Hindus Dec
followed suit for their own countrymen. The white men then got very j Dec
angry, and two or three of them made
a rush ai the Hindus, and were .-Immediately followed by a bunch of their
supporters. The pulling stopped immediately and a free-for-all fight followed. The white men used their
fists, and as the Hindus were not familiar with that method of settling: Dec,
disputes, they grabbed pieces of
board    scantling   or   any   old   thing  Dec
Impossi
Dec
Dec.
High
Water.
.    8.45
18.05
.    9.15
18.35
.  10.05
19.10
.  10.45
20.00
.  11.25
21.15
,   12.00
22.55
.  12.10
SAND HEADS.
High.
Time. Ht.
Low
Water.
2.45
13.55
3.20
11.55
1.00
15.50
1.10
16.45
.-..dn
17.45
5.25
IS. id
5.50
19.35
Low.
Time. Ht.
in a country growing like ours for property to remain long as
cheaply as you can get it now. The biggest fortunes in Canada have
been made from Real Estate, and the smallest capital is sufficient.
We have many excellent properties both m town and country,
but prices are rising rapidly. Don't let outside investors secure all
the snaps; do a bit yourself; do a bit of thinking, and become a
landed proprietor of your own.
Many, very many, of the properties we have been advertising the
past few weeks, have been sold, and there are several new ones in
this advertisement, and all splendid purchases.
160 acres on the Scot' road, i.5 acres
cleared;  barn 50 x 30;  stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre. $1.	
cash, balance easy
160 acres _;,>.>! [arm land ln Delta,
about :',i_ miles trom river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
Three   quarters   of   an   acre   and      Between  Fifth and  Sixth avenues,
house on Columbia street, Sapperton.   near Seventh street., eight rooms, all
j modern, s:able and chicken house, full
The Greatest Snap, bar
none, in the city.
House 7 rooms ; store
front; 1 3-4 acres. $1,350
for the whole lot.
Sized lol un Mnwat  street, $225.
e ou Royal  and Eighth  street,;
seven   rooms,  full  sized
HOTEL   FOR
Full sized lot.
Size of lot 88 1-2 x 66.
SALE.
$20,000.
sized   lot
$2,500.
two    storeys,   $1,0'��0  cash,
which chanced to be handy, and suit
able for a weapon of offence and de- i Dec.
fence.    As a result, a number of men
on both  sides got  hurt.    The Hindus   Dec.
were willing for a fair contest and to j
take  their licking and  give up  their '��� Dec.
money   like   sports  if  they   lost,   but!
when the white men set the example , Dec.
of crookedness, tbey followed suit.  As
a result, tho manager of 1he mill has  Dec.
ruled   out   tugs-of-war,   and   the   two!
linal tugs will remain untugged.
. 8.06
17.26
.  8.46
17.5G
.  9.26
18.32
.10.05
19.19
.10.44
20.34
.11.22
22.15
.11.59
23.57
13.1
11.0
13.2
10.6
13.2
10.3
13.1
9.8
12.9
9.;:
12.8
S.9
12.8
9.0
0.15
13.26
0.50
14.23
1.2S
15.19
2.09
16.13
2.53
17.06
3.40
17.58
4.34
18.48
1.9
9.8
2.1
9.8
2.5
9.7
2.9
9.1
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Oommur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Hall cash.    Jump.
64 acres in Pitt Meadows, only
$ ... per acre. One third cash, balance
at 6 per cent.
Double tenement  house, 6 rooms ir.
each house, water, light, full size let,
between    First,   and   Second
Fourth  avenue, on  north side
Fill
Housi
two   st'irc
lot,  $2,000.
ilous,', 10 rooms, l'-_ lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.    Terms can be arranged.
.lame. Inlet, three square miles, r
$5.00, half cash, balance easy.
480 a, res, Maple Ridge, Sections 28,   cost $2,500; good road along one ri
29 and 32, Township 9, one-half prai-   price $50 per acre ,   ,.���
rle, rest brush and some small trees. | to suit purchasers
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 2s, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
street, telegraph station, I'itt River Bridge.
Price  Terms, half cash, balance one and two
160 acres   all fom i
11   for I
tlvation, good
���-
school, all !��� i 1;
i ��� on
Chllllwack, $75   it
]u;;, ai re
1100
acre.
135 ai i ���
' .!.'.
don. B.C , T'i a
1
drained and ''���
.-" and I
son tor selling, th    ,v    ��� , .i::, ���
bad  health,   md ha    to       to at
; climate.
Three   full-sized   lots,  cleared   and j
fenced, close to car;  a good specula-'
tion;   five  minutes  from  post  office; j
3.5 i $1,800;  easy term
8.3 _ ^	
House and lot, 33 x 100, l'.-.-storey,
situated near Queen's avenue, $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
4.3
8.1
5.1
7.0
To the Electors of the City of
New Westminster:
.
Canners Urge Decision.
Because they are anxious to find out
whal the regulations in respect to di- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
menslons of salmon  fishing nets are j ���������
io be next year, the Fraser river can-! Ladies and Gentlemen���Having been
ners are making urgent demands on solicited by a large number of electors
Ottawa for a statemenl of the govern- to run for the position of alderman for
ruent's intentions. i the city, at the election lo be held on
Several days ago numerous telegra-j the 10th inst., I have, after due con-
iihic communications were poured ln sideration, acceeded to their request,
on   Hon.  L.   P.   Hrn lent-,  minister   of | and  solicit your  support on  that   oc-
fisheries, requesting immediate action
by bis departmenl on this matter. L*p
io date, however, no replies have been
received, and canners tire in a quandary. Yesterday more telegrams and
eiiiiie letters wei'e despatched to the
minister.
The anxiety of the canners over ibe
situation is caused by the fact that the
1 imc has arrived for them to place
iheir orders for web and netting. In
the Interim reporl of the fisheries
commission there were recommendations involving changes in the length
and depth of nets to be use I in salmon fishing on the Fraser river and
contiguous waters outside the mouth
of thai stream. Should the government approve of Uie_# suggestions
an I order nets of new
canners will h
want to know ri
i r done.
"All the canners in hi Fiaser are
vitally Interested In this matter," said
a cauiier. "as we are now all a', aitillg
to know what Is to be done before we
place mir nr,lers for nets. If the de-
partment decides lo order nets of 70,
75 or 80 mesh, and cuts nowtl the
length from 300 to 150 fathoms, ll I-
time we knew ll, as it takes s irno
lime for us to net our supplies al a
orders are in."
"6_I
limen ii ins, ,ii
casion.    My  platform is a short one,
,viz,
A  firm  and   Impartial  enforcement
1 of  the  law  and   by-laws  of the  city.
! The conservation and utilization of
the franchises of lbe city for the general benefit. Equal justice to the residents of all sections of the city in the
I general expenditure. As liberal an expenditure for educational purposes as
ithe finances will allow. When a large
expenditure for additional school ac-
comm idation Is necessary, the convenience and necessities of all Bec-
tions of the cltj to be corjsl lere I. an l
Impartial justice to all to be ad-
mfnistere i.
JOHN    McNAB.
160 acres, Westminster district. 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   \  acre   strawberries   planted
! this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 22; frame barn 36
x  32;   14-post   frame bouse  and  cotv
1 stables, three in all, stable S cows and
2 spun horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at, hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir anti cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 21; hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime. $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at. 6
per cent.
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at 6 per cent.
SO acres, one mile from Abbotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
150 acres improved land, buildings
, and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
] all under cultivation, $15,000. If you
| can handle this, don't delay; it's a
; bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres, township 11. section 15,
' two miles from Fort Langley; 5 acres
| slashed, $1,000, one-third cash.
100 acres, Langley, 25 under cultivation;   house,   barn,  sheds,   etc.  all   in
i good   repair;   a   snap   al   $3,000,   half
cash.
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agencv.
67 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cost $2,5iin when built, 20 acres
cleared. Price only $3,000, half cash.
balance easy.
160 acres, N.E. !, -   19
ship   1",   Langlei ; ho nti
acres    cleared, ;������)  j|
Price $1,500.  one tl li .    i-h   uii
at 7 per cent,
ItiS acres, Coquitl
ed, near Black's i, $2,000.
160 acre., in Surrey, near Brown &
Coulthard's ranch.  $7  per acre;   good .
terms;    fruit   lands;   sec   us  for   particulars.
so  acres of land  near Sutherlan I's
mill,  in Surrey;   good house, I acres ||
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms.
Ten acres in Lol 16 i on i n i
| of Westminster Jun tlon VI bo
I lly cleared.   $30 pe
s
and 10 acre blocl
��� 'i
mill
;s from the river
.   $10   a"
: .1
160  acres,  seel on
25, ' iwnsh
_!.,
mile., from  .V
'
50
aldi
lr bol loin. $1,200.
:
ill
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1,100 cash.
SOLD
but they can be bought
again for $1,350. This
is the most perfect illustration of how it pays to invest in real estate.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modern in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
8-roomed house, all modern Improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth
street and Agnes, $5,000, one half
cash. A comfortable home and good
family   residence.
Eight-roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street an I
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
House atil lot on Agnes street, two
storey -
$2,500.
seven  rooms;  a real snap at
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
al $10 each.
House on Brantford street, rents $15
per month. Will sell tor $1,500. Terms
$7"o  cash, balance  easy.
Five cottages
street, opposlti
$7,000.
and t wo lots on  First
Queen's park.    Price
Two  stone 1  hou ���    7 ro ims,
j sewer   connections,   al     nod
i provements, splen Inl :
Terms arranged
I     I'j-storey   hun-'.
i $1300, eas;. tern
! I rally located.
I     House, coi nei ivontt
! Sixth  street,  one   lu     two sl ire
rooms, $2,500, half
Boarding bon se, 2 j
street,  one   bloi _ -' ��l
rents at $30 u ir nn for sa
| $4,500.
Seven-roome I housi   -    'nth ������
near  Fifth  aveniu
sized lot, $1,600.
TwO-Storey    house,    stable,   chicken
house, two full sized lots, all modern
improvements, Third street, between
Fourth and Fifth avenue--, $2,250,
$1,500 cash;   goo 1 -snap.
House,  eight  room
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
struct,   corner   Four'      .
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
terms.
$1,000.    Terms to be arranged.
House,   full   size I
10    acres    near    city,   $7   per   acre;
street. Sapperton;
st".  US  for fuller  particulars.
month.   Onl) $1,050.
20   ace   blocks,    fruit   land-,   near
Three acre .  N'orth Am
��� 'itiit tlon, $20 per acre.
Meads,  $-'25.
$2.5C0;
To the Electors of the City of
���ight awa-,   what is to *
New Westminster, BX.:
Ladles and Gei tleinen,���Having c m-
sented to allow myself to be nominate l a candidate for Alderman in th -
coming election, I respectfully nen to
solicit your votes and support, promising thai If elected I shall i i the I e3l
ol in., abilit work for the besl Interesl ���   if the cltj.
I shall do nt.'. iittiei-��� to see thai all
classes of citizens, no matter whal
their occupation or In whal pari, of
;h" city they ma) red le, shall rei eive
fair treatment as  regards street and
To  Modernize  -he Thunderer.
London,   Dec,     5.���Tho    chancery
couri  to-day granted an ordei  allow-
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broke]
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
lng the re-organization o( the London sidewalk and other Improvements,   In
Tiines as a joint sl ick company.   Thi. the matter of dealing with any of our
marks a notable departure In tii ��� tra- franchises or water fron tag". I shall
ditional methods of the representative inslsl thai every citizen shall have an
English .journal.   The court, in grant- opportunity of expressing his or her
lng tlie order, also directed, that    a views with reference to them,    With
general accounting  be made of   the respect to our by-laws, I shall use my
ranted    by best endeavors to have theni enforced
proprietors | in an impartial and jusl way.
assets. The order was
mutual t m-cut, all thi
agreeing to the re-organization
HOTELS.
le ', Vancouver;
dale;  F. A, Tavlor,
AT THE
Qulchon���L. N,
Mrs. Brown, ('love
Atlln.
Windsor���F. K. Shelley, A, LeBoye,
Vancouver; T. Paisell, Victoria; L.
Wilson an 1 family, '���; irta; W. Swee-
ton, Vancouver; S, S i: rs, Lewis-
ton, Idaho; W T Ki gilt, J. Muiiro,
Mission; J, ll. Campbell, Abbotsford;
W. II. Campbell, C imberland.
The matter of educational accommodation shall also receive my attention, and I shall assist in every reasonable way any effort for improvement, consistent with our financial
ability.
1 am strictly oppose I to making a
personal canvass for support, and
therefore take this method of pi icln j
my position, with reference to these
matters, before 'iio electorate.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Muur&Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.   - -  CB.
Purchase Notice
.Notice Is hereby given that 60 days
after date l Inten I applying to the
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchasi' the
following described land, situated at j
the mouth of the Kildala river. Cons'
district: Commencing at a post marked W. M.'s N. E Corner planted on
the south hank of the Kildala river
a: the mouth, running as follows: 40
chains soulh, tl) chains wesl, 40
chains north to the shore line, thence
following shore line to place of com-
mencement, containing 16 acres more
or  less,
Aug. 27, 1906.
Locator, W. MOODY,
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Oct. 24,  1006.
Synopsis   or   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands wit iiin the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wbo is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age. to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
tho local land office for the district in
which the land Is situate.
W
Six months' notice ii ��
ic given i" tie  I
ninion Lands al On   '
o apply lor patent.
\Y
Deputy  Minister of
N.  B.���-Unauthorizt I  I
this   advertise' it  wlll  '���
fcr.
Inter*
iill
,1   1'0
BLACKSMITHING.
NOTICE TO CONTRAaORS
A. P. HALLADAY.
Having bought out the Blacksmith-1
lug business of lt.  H.  Benson, I will j
be pleased to soo all bis old custom-
���    i, as  well as new ones.    Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
Tenders for building will be in
celved up to Dec. 8, at. 1 p.m. Plans
ind specifications at my office, Trapp
Block, i.;_. .31 or any tender nol ne-
cessaril;   accepted.
A. HARDMAN.
The homesteader is required to per
form the conditions connected there
with uivler one of the following plans
fi) At  least six  months'  residence |
upon   and  cultivation  of the  land  in'
j eacli year for three years.
(2) If thc father (or mother, if the
��� father is deceased) of the homesteader;
j resides  upon a  farm  in  the  vicinity J
of the land entered  for the require-
I ments as to residence may be satisfied
, by such person residing with the  fa- ,
, ther or mother.
(3) If the settler lias his permanent,
I residence   upon  farming  land  owned   *������ �����������������������"
I by him  in the vicinity of his home-!
j stead) the requirements as to resilience. . |\i/Cf{T!i'r
I may   bc   satisfied   by   residence   upon 1 AllVit H I ���
I the said land. |IW?��..-'
BUSINESS i
LIMIT
ISllllw
St. W. van
Ciregi    ������
n
336 Hnslln
Bookkeeping
Shorthand, Telegr
glneerlng.
Seven Tachcrt
Forty-Five Typ****
Students Ai.vv. . ; in
B.|.SF?.CI.B.'"l*
ui -"w^'_��-y.<^-> *��� -
iURSCAV
DEC
C. 1906.
& Steamersi
CP.R. MA'N  UNE*
L'  JL* 15.40; arr N. W. U.38.
-P.B MISSION BRANOft
��� .30' '"* Scuttle 15.50.
WEST  COAST   ROUTE
S.   S. Tees,
st,   7th,   Htb  of each   month   for
jClaoquot and Mosquito Harboi
i to Abouset, Quatslno, Cap.   Bcol
���way ports.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westminster
HE DAILY XEWS
WESTMINSTER JUNCTION. f    Leaves  N'ew  Westminster  on  Men
-,830 10 35  15.40,17-35. 1 day>   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Tbursdav
^"'tr-oV 1135   1 MO, 18.40. I"*   Frjday  at  2   p.m. and   Saturday
(rive ft W �����   ' i at 2 p. m. with additional trip on Moa-
I   EAT NORTHERN KAILWAY. day at 6 a. m.
|CB ff, 9.20 am.; �����***���{ ^ I    Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
[J i35 ,,,���, ar. Seattle 10 p.m.   WedneBdayt ThurS(]av aud ^^ "'
,7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
' trip Saturday 5 p. m. I
UPPER FRASER RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. in. Tuesriav,
Thursday and Saturdays, culling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
w & y,_VANCOUVER
m. and &:55 p. m.
a.m., and 4 p.m.
.V, ff. 3 P.
Vancouver S.a..
N R.-PORT CiLTCHON
y 9:35 am
ar. Guichon
ar. N. W.
G.
VN
Klclon, 2:40 p. m.;
^ p m. and 6 P- ��".
kondays only.
c ELECTH1C-VANCOUVER. NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
I ��ew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, jj S. s. Tees
lum and every half hour there-1    Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. ,r,��� 2nd
."���Tip m ian<1  mh ��f each  m0Bth'  *"������ ai
* Vucoiivcr for Westminster at Shld^:"e on first trip and Bella Coola
���' :��n ^cond  trip. Time on  arrival and
I       ' l departure  are  approximate.
fraser River and Gulf For   reservations  and   Information
UP RIVER.
1 call or address
|oniN. VS. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m
lom Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m.
lorn N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
r0m Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
Iiler-
DOW.N" RIVER.
L N. W. daily, ex. Sat. and Sun., [ ����� _    _
KD. GOULET,
Agent,  New Westminster
E. -I. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass  Agent, Vancouver
J. W. TROUP,
General Super'ntendent, Victoria
Gen. Agei.t. Freight Dejtt.,
Nen Wostminster.
Sal irday, 2 p m,
li trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
lom Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Id. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
[victoria AND ISLANDS.
L N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
tm Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Canadian Pacific
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & V. RY
Daily | nEW |,   Dai.
Leavi WESTMINSTER1 Arrive
J: 20 am lilalne, Belling-i.iOO prn
'  'aprnham      Burling-;, :55pm
jton,   Mt.   Ver-I
non,     Everett,!
Seattle aud'
Portland.
4:35 pin Spokane,       SLI3:00pa
I'a ul    and    allf
points East.
9.20 am|Anacortes,        !3:00pm
IWoolley,    and,'
[Rockport
���eO'M.rn Vancouver |!.:20ain
S:o;'i",J! [4:35 pm
Lv. New Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guichon
c P. m., Monday, Wednesday,
Friday.
* 15 a. m. ar. from Guichon,
H:30 a. m. Lv. for Vancouvi r.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and all points East.
For complete information,
rales, berth reservation, etc.!
call on or address,
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, Is. C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
QUEER LOVEMAKING.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
i Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
tor full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. A. G.    A
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CAHADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ti
EMPRESSES'
!8,000  (EMPRESS OF BRITAIN i 14.50J
H. Poneri EMPRESS OF IREI_4J.I1 I      TO./,
Travel in the same way as your letters. It is the quickest, safest and
most economical. From St. John, Dec.
1st and Dec. 15th. For particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P.  R. AGENT.
A Komi, American r.lrj Which Wis*
<���   M_lr   liy   llanrlni.
There Ih a bird In South America that
j makes love with Its fect.  It Ig a hand-
| some creature, but walk, clumsily, and
j the only sound it can utter is a hoarse
| cluck.   It dances, however, ln a way
; that wins admiration from tbe females
I of its sex, though IU antics o�� ty aerve
i as an Incentive to laughter to human
beings who see tbem.
I    This bird, known as the cock of the
rock, lives ln the northern mountainous
portion of South America.  It It about
the size of a large chicken.
Tbe entire bird���body, head wing*
and tail���Ik blood red In color, with the
exception of tbe tail feathers, which
have a narrow baud of brown across
tbem near the ends which are tipped
with buff, (in ihe head ls a crest of
feathers like a great red ball, which
contracts or expands at the pleasure of
its owner.
When the mating season comes Sevan to ten males seek some secludeu
spot where there is a level patch of
ground and clear It of any .ticks.
stones or leaves, stuuiping down tbe
dirt till it Is hard and level.
Then   tbey   call   tbe   females,   wh >
staud at the edges of this novel arena.
One at a time the males then perform
a   iuont   curious  dance.    Eacb  dancer
will Urst  strut up and down a  few
i times and then, to the apparent delight
if tbe rest, commence to caper around
���  a   an   extremely   ludii-rous   manner
I spreading his tail and wings, puffin;.
j up his crest, bowing to the others and
! ut tbe same time keeping up a bopping
i gait until he Is exhausted.
When all tbe males have danced eacb
female will cboose a mate, and tha
happy pairs depart to begin housekeeping.
SAYS SOUTH AFRICA
IS NOW PEACEFUL
Governor of German Possessions Telle
the Reichstag that Natives Have
Surrendered.
Berlin, Dec. 5.���Before the budget
committee of the Reichstag to-day
Governor Von Lindequlst, of German
Southwest Africa, announced that
fourteen to sixteen thousand Herreros
had surrendered up to the present, under the influence of the missionaries.
"The government's policy," he added, "is to give the natives reservations, similar to those of the American Indians. They will require watching by soldiers, however, as the native love of freedom and robbery is
too strong to allow ihem to adopt a
life of quiet and labor. The Herrero
district is fully pacified, but about
three hundred Wlthois are still on the
warpath in the south."
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Train for Seattle haves at _ 30 a.m
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For rates, reservations and other
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New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE,
Aaaistant   General    Passenger    Agent,
Vancouver.
TIME TABLE
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Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
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points ea.t, west anti .outh to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern P.ic'hc and O. R.
&  N*. Co.
Connects at Rossland viih the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage <*_ily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trams between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io.
IOOI.
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of ibe Ontario Veterinary School, will
be in New Westminster every Fridaj
and Saturday, and will examine your
bet ses free of charge.
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For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
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Vancouver. B. C.
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Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
C34 Tbird St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Each   Purl   of   Ilie   l.��rK. r   Onea
Made   l>>   S|>e<--ull_._.
Artilicinl flowers were Invented by
plmiH nuns. In the Italian convents
the altars and shrines were up to tiie
end of tbe eighteenth century decorated with artificial flowers, laboriously
put together, of paper, parchment and
other Ktlff materials. In a Venetian
warehouse the most wonderful productions of natural flowers are exhibited iu glass cases, and ln many
cases, not only the richest and most
brilliant colors, but the very went of j
the flowers bas been stolen from na- j
ture, for some of tbe artificial flowers
are steeped in tbe perfume distilled
from the flower which It represent-. I
Last century a Swiss luvented a mn- j
chine for cutting out tbe leaves an! 1
petals, but lt can only be used for t'i).
smaller kinds, such as are wanted fr>t
hyacinths, lilies of tbe valley and other small flowers. Iji larger petals tbe
Irregularities of manual work are preferred to the stiff and correct forms
produced by machinery. This materia!
of which tbe petals are made Is woven
In special factories. The scissors ami
other tools used by tbe girls employed a.s well as the presses in which tlie
veins are traced on the leaves are of a
shape specially adapted to the worli.
Each pnrt of a flower Is made by specialists. In one room, for Instance,
only stalks of flowers and leaves are
made; In another, fruits and berries of
all kinds nre cast If tbey are wax or
blown if made of glass. Tbe cleverest workers are employed in makii'g
blossoms of the single petals and bouquets, wreaths and garlands of thc single blossoms.���Dundee Advertiser.
Fatal Accident at Ashcroft.
Ashcroft, B. C, Dec. 5.���At the
bridge now under construction here
across the Thompson river three men
were drowned this morning. The accident occurred through the breaking
of tackle holding one end of a scow
in tbe cable spanning the river. The
s< ow was swept against the false work
of tlie bridge, and tilting over, threw
five men inlo the water. Carl Gregory
and John Smith were rescued after
being in the water some time. The
drowned are: L. McMillan, H. McMillan and K. A. Btheridge. The
search for the bodies a.s yet has been
unsuccessful.
A   rani!?'   Incident.
When Senator Wolcott first went to
Colorado be anil bis brother opened a
law offlce at Idaho Springs under the
firm name of "Ed Wolcott & Bro."
Later the partnership was dissolved.
The future senator packed his few assets, Including the sign that had bung
outside of bis offlce, upon a burro and
started for Georgetown, a mining town
farthur up lu tbe hills. Upon bis arrival he was gr<>eted by a crowd of
miners wbo critically surveyed bim
and bis outfit. One of them looking
first at the sign tbat bum; over the
pack, then at Wolcott aud Anally at
tbe donkey ventured. "Say, stranger,
which of you is Ed?"
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Shi*o and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
l-le|iUun. I'ower.
How many men would be needed to
pull a weight hauled by an elephant?
Fifty. Tbe answer is the result of recent investigations made to determine
tbe respective pulling power of horses,
men and elephants. Two horses,
weighing 1,600 pounds each, together
pulled 8,750 pounds, or TioO pounds
more than their combined weight One
elephant, weighing 12,000 pounds, pulled 8,750 pounds, or y,"."i0 pounds less
than bis weight. Fifty men. aggregating about 7,500 pounds in weight, pull
ed 8,760 pounds, or just as much as tbe
single elephant. Rut, like the borses,
they pulled more than their own
weight. <*��ne hundred men pulled 1-.-
000 pounds.
Tbe  Art  uf  tbe   I'aruaul.
A well adjusted parasol enables you
to hide blushes you don't want people
to see and to bide tbe blushes that
aren't there if you want people to
think they are, and lt enables you fo
cut people wbo deserve to be cut and
to avoid people whom you daren't cut,
but wham you particularly don't want
to see.-'Tbe World and His Wife."
Shaving.
The earliest known mention of shaving i.s in the Bible (Genesis xliv, 14),
"And he (Joseph) shaved himself alul
came before I'liaraoh." Shaving tbe
beard was introduced by the Hoiiitins
about 300 B. ('.
The  Optiniltit.
Small Boy���Fn. what Is au optimist?
Fa���An optimist, my son, Is a man wbo
doesn't care a blank what happens, so
tbat it doesn't happen to him.���Life.
The wages of sin have not materia.'!/
cLanged lu some thousands) of years.���
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
A  (iiullmis  Doctor.
"Doctor, something is the matter
with me. Sometimes my mim! Is a perfect blank, and my memory constantly
fails me.  I wish you would treat me."
"I will. But in view of tbe peculiar
nature of your case I shall want my
fee In advance."
None is to be deemed free who bu.
i(i*  pe: fect  self  command.���Pythago-
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THURSDAY.  DEC. 6.  1906.
ANSWERS THE ORGANS.
The McBrlde organs arc busj these
daj a In the effort to create an Impression that the Liberals are responsible
for making ���Better Terms" an Issue
in Provincial politics, so far as It can
be said to be an issue. The Okanagan,
of Vernon, bad an aniele the othei
day In which these misrepresentations
are very well answered, In the course
rf its argument, ii says:
"Well informed people were under
the impression, base i upon I he
strongest possible eMne'nce, that
Premier .McBride as bead of his Conservative Socialist Governmenl was
and i.s solely responsible for "Better
Terms" having been projected as an
issue iiitu the Provincial arena���that
that In facl wa.. iiii predetermined
purpose in attending the inter-Provincial conference at Ottawa. This>
was shown by the attitude.assumed in
advance and throughout the conference by his journalistic organs in this j
Province and by the tune aud tenor
of the report? sent to them from the
scene of the little by-play while Mr.
.McBride wa.s working up to the grand
t Umax of 'banging the door.'
"These reports and the comments in
the organs very significantly persisted
in dividing the ennference into Liberals and Conservatives and insinuating that there was an understanding
or conspiracy betweej _*_|ie Liberal
Premiers and Sir WSfFlcC Laurier to
���tin" British Columbia's Premier. Immediately after Mr. McBride had
given liis inevitable "11114111-: -he
door" performance, the organs shrieked in ohorus that he in I been driven
��� ' il by the refusal of '..������ Fe leral au-
thoriti--. to do justice 1 1 I'r.Sish Co-
i imbia itterly ignoi :v.y the ict 1
���ia- ' onfeiem e was me oi I':o\ Incial
Premiers among  thems an 1   no:
v-ith     1 ic     Domini u      G iverument,
.' hose  , irpi si 1  consi ler  and
agree, it   possil le 1   anges  with
: egard  to the   I > imini ���..  .ubsidi -   1
I'ecting  al:   the  Pro. inces   an 1   repoi I
their t .nu iiisiim.  as   ��� commendatl ms
11 tlf  I lominion   Govei nmenl    n hich
t mm (ise 1 nn press ire 0 ion
''1 'ic  1   nfen nc     whai   .1        hough
,, .sisting  an 1  facllitai it. _     -   ... n.. in
every   ; i ,1"  w i;     u    unanim
������ tla   i.l (with tl      ������ Mr.
. IcBrid ,-oit
of thank ���   to   Sii   V.'ilfi. '���   L
conclusion."
The   wires   bave   been   telling  us   1
lot about tlie street car strike ai llaiu-
| ilton, but all Hamilton's troubles are
imt  confined to   strikes.    The   papers
there discuss   the   water   question a
good deal.   We print below two of the
, latesl comments.    Ve who are prlvi-
; leged to drink  water from a reservoir
which was found  practically as clean
| as when new  after  fourteen years of
; continuous   use.  coin last   vour condition  with   that  of  Hamilton,  and   be
thankful.    "From a water-tap    In    a
Sherman avenue residence, this morning, there came a snake a foot  Ions.
We venture to say that snakes of that
> bulk do not grow In "rain water." unless the rain water comes from a filthy
marsh.     And   we  venture  to  Bay   lli.it
Mr. Barrow cannoi  wipe oul the fact
of the snake by saying that it Is  all
bosh.'    The presence of snakes in the
Hamilton    cltj    water   will    suggest
manj  a merry joke to our esteemed
contemporaries, bul it is no joke for
Hamilton."
Filed   Baronet*.
it la sa d that during tbe nImt* of
Ladysmitb in the Boer war the assault
column of British, advancing ln thick
darkness, cl.mbed up an almost precipitous wall. Once or twice tbey were
faintly eball-mged. Ai last a Boer recognized tbem and shouted to the sentry
to lire mi th,' "verdomde roolneks!" As
the cresl wt's gained tbe Ore broke out
A few "i ihe attackers began to reply,
but tbey were stopped, and the voice
of tbe commanding officer was beard
to give the order, "Fix bayonets!"
That them were no bayonets did not
matter, rbe men. taking up the cry,
rushed on tbe Boer gunners, wbo tied
at the thought of the cold steel.
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CHRISTMA
Is not far off, and it's time you were thinking of "His" Xmas Pr
"What Shall I Give Him for Christmas ?
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'II;.   sir��-��-t .   ut  Pern.
The streets of  Peru,  especially on
nalu days or when they wear the spe
clal dress nf some celebration, are said
to bc among tbe most picturesque In
the world. In Iheir narrow proportions
they resemble somewhat the streets of
China, and tlie variety ami contrast of
the colors used In decoration may be
compared with the Chinese. There Is,
however. :��� distinct Latin character to
tin- decoration, whicb lends them an
atmosphere entirely their own.
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This is the same difficult problem that presents itself
at every recurrence of the season.
We come to your rescue and sav: "Come here with all
your troubles and let us show you.'
We're in Holiday attire and have the things a Man
buys for himself and appreciates most. We can also till
the Boy's Stocking as satisfactorily as the Man's.
(uiu met.
"Calumet," supposed to be an Indian
word meaning "pipe of peace." was
wholly unknown among the savages.
It is Norman and signifies in general 'i
pipe. The pipe of peace was a "gu-
nowdaoe" among the Iroquois and .1
"poagun" am,,n_ some other tribes.
The Algonqulns called It "poagan," tlie
WInnebagoes "tahiipohoo" and the Dn-
cotabs "chaindonhoopa."
Vi Guarantee.
A spurt ui, paper recouuneutls a certain   way   ii'   avoiding   thi'   lilies   ,if   a
dog, however savage.   All oue has to
do Is to stand perfectly stm and hold
one's hand out, The dog, says the
writer, will take the band In his
mouth, ien v. ill noi 'die It. But whal
puarautee have . ������ thai the dog knows
this?- Loudon Ul ibe.
A   PEW   SUGGESTIONS
Overcoats Smoking Jacket  Underwear
Rain Coats Bath Robe Suspenders
Suits Neckwear Umbrella
Trousers Gloves Shirts
Fancy Vests Hosiery Collars
Cuffs
Mufflers
Caps
Shirt Protector
Sweater,  Etc.
We'll lay aside your selection until Christmas, and we'll make any exchanges desired after ..ma.
l'li<-  Hull' Stream.
Western Europe's climate would be
changed entirely were the Isthmus of
Panama and adjaceut territory to I,
submerged, for lu tli.it ease the equatorial current would be carried into the
Pacific ocean, and the gulf stream,
which titles so much to warm Gurop*,
would imt emerge into the Atlantic.
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M.   L.   DcBECK,
=Clothes, Hats and Toggery
JAPANESE BOY. aboul 15 years old,
wants situation in family to do
housework for board, before and after school hours Apply Harry
Onishi, Thompson's Livery  Stable.
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OF INTEREST TO YOU
Wateh  Jewels,
A jeweler. 110 matter bow dishonest
Would not steal the jewels In a  watch.,
for they are valueless.   They cost only
10 cents apiece.    Iu antique  watches
tin1 Jewels were often costly.   In mod-,
ern watches ihey are never worth more 1
than $15 a gross.   Argonaut.
LOST���A handbag on Front street,
near Harvey's .-���ore, containing a
small sum of money and pocketbook :
only of value to lbe owner: name
and address inside. Finder kindly
return to Daily News office and receive reward.
It will be to your interest to
watch this space for the next
thirty days, as we have purchased it to place before you
lists of Xmas bargains.
Our stock of Preserved I'm its
is now all in.
Sn In t In K   a   (Ihr.*.. I
A  famous Scotch dean  used  to tei!,
a srbost story the clew to which  is lu j
the question, "Weel, maister ghatst, Isj
this a general risintr or are ye just tak
lng a daunder frae yer crave by yer
selflt-
WANTED���Hoys,   immediately:    good
wages.   Apply B. C. Cigar Factory.
C. A. WELSH
SEE. OUR
Baby
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The PEOPLE'S Ryall !
GROCERY
DRUG   STORE
Wanted���Strong boy to drive ri_; and
make himself generally useful. Apply W. E. Fales' Furniture store.
THE   DAILY   NEWS  PRINTS  ALL THE  NEWS THAT'S WORTH W
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FOR  LADIES
P.   Babcock,   Provincial   Fl -..- 1 ���
Commi isioner, 1-   sai I  1 1   ha\ ���
��� ..it. tic stellhead salm ;> i- nol a salon al all, bul  .1 troul     Tht   facl
in Uter is, we I lie\ thai the
elhead is the 1 :..y true salmon
.   .  :     i .tits these water?
It   is   jusl   al out  .1   ..���     ,.     and    1
quartei   slm e thi    ,' ���-   :   Tea P irty"
isine s, commonlj kno _ n as .'.. \
,��� lc in .e.olution, came I 1 tit. en I, but
ll i - onlj a weei. 01 two sim e Uncle
Sam close I hi- pen sion acco int for
the business, or ha 1 it closed for him,
1 ic deal ii ol t be i.i "I benefii lary,
. lm was the wi low of one of the fighters, having when a verj young woman
111.irn ��� 1  ' he ���warrior iti iii.- old age.
We ; int elsewhere in this issue ,1
statemenl aboul acting taken by the
canners ta urge the Minister of Fisheries t , come to an Immediate decision re I he re ���< mmei latlons of the
fishery commission The reason given
is, thai the canners must know- all
aboul i he length 1 nd death of nets to
e allowed before placing their orders; bul the real nio'ive would ap-
l ear to be a desire 0 1 ave the reeo-m-
��� 11 - ��� 11 lal lon - dopte I on a sort of sn, 1
judgment, and I bus lie id off the rep- i
resentations   male on  behalf of  the
moral   pul lie   In ��� rest,   and against
i . riain of the pi ipo .   -  which are op-
1 _aed 1 1 thai Interes    i 0 i woul 1 tend
"i foster ti mono 10 Istic control of the
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the agency of the Columbia Overgaiter Co.
of Chicago, for the sale of their goods.
Overgaiters in all colors are the correct
thing for this season. We have them in
Brown, Blue, Fawn, Red and Black colors.
All sizes from 3 to 7. Our prices being
within reach of all, viz.���
$1.25 A PAIR
THEY'RE   ALL  THE  GO.
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New Westminster,
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FURNITUR
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Lee's Furniture Ei^^iom
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Our stock is at your disposal,and we may be able Lo save you considerable time and worry by suggesting that SHE MAY WANT A SECRETARY.
We have them from $6.50 each up.     Or a MUSIC CABINET.    We tun   a
nice line of beauties from $9.00 each up.    Or a ROCKER.   No better
values ever offered; Solid Oak Cobbler Seat, from $3.00 each up.  Or a
PRINCESS DRESSER. A most beautiful line are Quartered Oak. polished,
large oval and shaped British mirrors, from $26.00 each up.
Or, HE MAY NEED A CHIFFONIER, a man's delight.   We have them fi
$15.00 each up, in oak. Or a MORRIS CHAIR   solid comfort   in vvhicl
may sit and dream of YOU.    We have them from $6.50 up; solid oak
frames.    Or a large EASY CHAIR.   Or a BOOK CASE.
Come and look around.   We are putting goods away every day for
Xmas delivery.   Don't leave it too late.   Come early!
LEE S   Furniture   Emporium
Dupont  Block Telephone 73 mop;
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GOG AND MAGOQ,
Var��o*_       Tradltlnaa      R*_kIIk��
Thr.r   Tw��  Fa Boa*  (_li
Who wen- Gor and Magog? English i
tradition say. that they were tbe last
of a race o. glautP who infested England until ihey were destroyed by
some of tiie Trojans who went to the
British Isles after the destruction of
Troy. Gag and Magog, it is said, were
taken captive to London, where they
were chained at the door of tbe palace
of the king. When they died wooden
Images of tbe two giants were put in
their places. In the course of time a
greut tire destroyed these, but now, if
you go to London, you will see in tht
great ball 'if one of the famous buildings ��� the Guildhall ��� two immense
wooden effigies of men called Gog and
Magog.
But there are other traditions of the
two giants, one is to the effect tbat
when Alexander the Great overran
A. In In- chased into tlie mountains of
the north .-in Impure, wicked and man
eating people who were twenty-two nations In tiiiint'er and who were shut up
wiih ;i rampart in which were gates of
brass. One of these nut ions was Goth
and another Magoth, from which we
readily get the names of the mythical
giants. It is supposed, however, tbat
tiie Turks were men nl liy Gog and the
Mongols were the children of Magog.
We shall find mention made of Gog
ami Magog in many books, including
the Bible, but there are the great wall
anil the rampart of Gog and Magog,
Whatever may have been the ftict that
gave the names of the two giants To
that portion of tlio structure.
PR0PE88I0NAU
FEES  IN   ENGLAND.
The   Anhra   of   the   D.H1I.
James Russell Lowell was a great
favorite In the literary circles of Loudon. On one occasion at a large banquet the peculiarities of American
speech were discussed with English
bluntness, Lord S. called to Mr. Lowell
loudly, so as to silence all other speakers:
"There is oue new expression invented by your countrymen so foolish and
vulgar ns tn l.e unpardonable, They
talk of the 'ashes of the dead.*" We
don't burn corpses. No Englishman
would use n phrase so absurd."
"And  yet,"  mid  Mr.  Lowell gently,
"your poet Gray says, speaking of the
dead:
"Err in our n. Iif.   live their wont.- firf.i.
"And in the burial services of tlie
church of England it is said. 'Lust to
dust untl ashes to ashes.' We sin ir
good company." A cordial burst of applause greeted this prompt rejoinder.
Dl*. Irian lulled.
Visitor iin penitential'., i Who Is thai
distinguished l-joking convict? Ward-
en lie is known here as No. 1117.
Visitor lie seems to hold himself aloof
from his fellows. Warden Yes: you
can hardly expect him to associate with
the common herd, His trial cost the
state $211 i.n in.
The  Only  War
A person of little tact once remarked
to the octogenarian Auber, "What a
end thing it is. this old business;"
"Ves.'' agreed the old musician, "it
is sad:  "but," I ided,  with  witty
philosophy, "up tn the present time no
fin-el- way has been discovered to live
ii long time."
\   .Minimis   Diimnrl.
"Dearest, with you by my side, I
would willingly give up all I possess���
wealth, position, po rents���everything."
"I know, George, but In that ease
whal would there be ' ft f'ir me."���
Milwaukee Sentinel.
Just Arrived.
XForK-
-Christmas Trade
Th<-   Spten-.l  Teat,
The severest tesl of manhood is never
found in i_r'ilni limes, but only in hard
times, it is not the man who lias su<--
<-ess when others nre doing well, but
it is the niaii win keeps up his courage
ami struggles mi tt hen everybody else
is wavering or going dowu who is tinhorn in the d In of i;,,:l .'iml men. Ii Is
an ea .-. i mi ier i , i '.,��� good time
when I t', v. Iml nnd tide arc In one',
favor rn- when ono is in ivlnq with the
currenl, bul it reipilre . character and
skill uud ilar ng tu make head in spile
of opposing I'm,-e- or lo work Buccess
fully againsl tl urroul.   Exchange
We will be pleased to have
YOU   CALL   AND    INSPECT    IT.
ADAMS &1)EANS
THE CITY GROCERY
Land Registry Act
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at
$i.oo an acre.
Permission may be granted by the IWhITESid .,
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate I "     ters and solicitor, ft ..S
claims containing iron and mica, also   ���u���*>\*   Btreet,   \��w V^^
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an   U    '   u >'
area not exceeding 160 acres.
-'ffiiuit,
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(except two parts
Westminster Dis-
Re Lot -_b4. Group l
conveyed l. New
trict.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to the above property will be issued
to Khoila McKamey on tlie .inh day
of December, IHtM*. unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made
to me iu writing by a person or persons claiming an estate or interest
therein, or in any part thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land    Registry    Office.   New  Westminster,  H.<*.  21st   November, 1906,
Tin"    Treasury    Hn.     Many    Sr-wmra
Tli:it   Sw��-ll   Ila   Income.
When ti young man determines 1o
become a barrister and enters his .mine
at one of the inns of court In London
or Dublin he has to pay to the government a fee of I'SSi. And when lie is n
full fledged English or Irish barrister
or a Scotch advocate be lias to fork out
a further sum of ��50.
Should be desire to bocome a solicitor
he is fined even more heavily. When
he becomes an apprentice bis fee to
the government is ��80, and his yearly
duty when he begins to practice is. for
tbe first three years. ��3 in tlie country
and ii 10s. In London or Dunlin and
after the third year ��0 and ��9 respectively. Sn that a solicitor practicing
forty years in London will have paid
the government over i'.no.
A law agent (Scotland) pays ��i;u at
commencement of study and ��7'.'. or ��>%
on beginning practice in the sheriff's
court or court of session.
If you want to change your-surname
of your own free will the government
charges you only ��10, but if yon do it
under Uie direction of some 'deceased
benefactor it costs you ��e/i.
Bishops pay ��H0 for permission to be
elected and ��30 more for the royal assent tn their election, nnd the fees paid
on receiving letters patent are: By a
baronet. ilOb; a baron. ��150;;a viscount,
��200: an earl. ��250; a marquis. ��300.
aud a duke. ��350.���London Express.
We wish to call the attention of the (Brick
using*) public to our new and
varied stock of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay Co.,
Clayburn, B. C.
at
Shingle and Saw
Mill  Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS;
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2]/2 per cent, of the sales
of the products of the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and
the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are too feet square, entry fe��:
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former being too
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of tbe hill or bank, not
exceeding iooo feet. Where steam
power is used claims 200 feet wide
may be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba
and the N. VV. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renew
able in the discretion of tht Minister
of  thc   Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged beds or bars of tlie river
below any low water mark, ain! sub-
for first year and $io per milt 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 fret in
length, measured on the base line cr
general direction of the creek oi
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
-hall be -'5�� feet square.
Claims are marked by two Itgai
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
milts of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each additional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking _
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 be
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
ject to the rights of all persons who
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties  bave. or who tnay receive entries for
  bar diggings or bench claims, except
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   where
M
R. J. P.
tor
Canadian  Bank
ing,  Columbia  _
offlce,  New  V\,
loan.
��'the,   Piwn.S5iS
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"""���wee b|
opposite
���muster.   j[
���Jtiey
MABTIN, WEART & Mcnr^
�����   barristers, solicitor. __ARB
The person or persons having in iheir
custody or possession the following
Title Deeds relating to the -said property are requested lo deliver the same
to the undersigned:
12th December, 1895���Robert Granville McKamey to Thomas Robert McKamey, conveyance in fee.
MARTIN, WEART <t  McQUARRIE,
Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New Westminster, B.C.
Agent.
THEY AU COME BACK
Every one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
j   becomes a regular customer, beoaus
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,        -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
FOR YOUR XMAS m |N m wn * large
_-����-_.m_- '    AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
COOKING
Brandy Christmas
Portrry Goods
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block,
Columbia St.
Proprietress.
AND
'PHONE  NO.   -
or call at the
STEAMBOAT EXCHANGE
Wholesale Department
T. FREEMAN,  -   Proprietor
NOTICE
We have made arrangements
with the New Westminster Gas
Company to handle their,
COKE
just arrived and including
Diamond Rings
Watches
Jewelery
Beautiful Gift
Umbrellas
Jewel Cases
AND
Novelties
of all kinds
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
rei. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester ?:tryd_y be fixed by i;
Prices Right   No trouble to
show goods.
White Hogs
FOR   SALE
Young breeding stock of prize-winning animals. Come and see or write
or  telephone.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
Telephone J l"_.
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be pur
:hased at $10 per acre fur soft coal
and if.'o for anthracite. Not more
than 320 ture? can be acquired liy one
individual or company. Royalty at
the  rule of ten  cents per ton  of I'OOO
output exclusively. At present
the dei:,and i.s largely in excess
of supply, but orders will be
filled in rotation as quickly as
possible, Don't wait until you
are out, but order ahead to
avoid disappointment.
H. A. Belyea
Telephone   150
ana
Co.
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
THF. JEWELER      Columbia St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
; Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to iny
W. IN. Draper (Light and Heavy Hading
It's a queer fact tli.it the hlgl;.r a
num rises the less chance be bug of be-
Jn--- njiiive siisnieion -I'liela,
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   N.w Westminster, B.C.
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS"
'if'ico 'Phone 1X5.
Harn  fnone 137
FARMERS !
^ Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PR5CE   FOR    HIDES.
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years antl over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
A free miners certincaie is granted
for one or nmre years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7..so
per annum fur an individual, and from
$5" to $100 per annum for a company,
according to capital.
A free miner, Having discovered
mineral in place, may locate a claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim Bhall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one ad
ditional day allowed for every additional ten miles nr fraction, The
fee for recording a claim i.s ?5.
At least 1.100 must be expended on
j the  claim  each  year  or  paid  to the
[mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 litis been expended or paid, the
i locator   may,   upon   having   a   sur,vcy
mnd. and upop complying with other
ARTIN,
barrlste
Bees: New W. aster Tr___ ��1
corner Clarkson and UrftJ
Vancouver, rooms :l to 24 10J
ville street.    .1 ,.,,.;, Martin K . 1
Bourne.   Mr. Martin v. if u
Westminster 1 ti. , . even Fr_T 1
ternoon : ���" 1
itors, etc.
can   dredge  to   high-water
ach  alternative leasehold.
y of August in thr   v*   r of the
of the lease.
date
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   tlie
. comptroller.
No 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 partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $j. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same ..eel., gulch or river, by
giving  notice  and  paying  a   fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to the value of at least $.'0o.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a frce miner.
Thc boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���AU   unappropiated  Do-
minion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum,  and   tlie  minister  may reserve   for   an   individual   or  company
having machinery  on thc 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 quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not exceeding 640!
acres, including the oil well, will be |
sold to the prospector at tlie rate of j
$1  an acre, and the  remainder of thei
tract   reserved,   namely,   u8o   acres,!
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre, j
subject to royalty at such rate as may!
be specified by Order in Counci
H
O WAY
ters,
street,   opposite
Westminster,   A
241.
REID  _.  HOWKS. E.rJ
Solicitors,   etc., <J \jM
irl   liuuBt, >
'  Her, P.O.
GEORGE E. MAR'   '.'. HarhsterJ
Solicitor. .  .lock, Coll
iln and McKenzle Btreets,New\ffl
miuslei, li. ('.
W. MYERS GRAY,       ristei .,..1
and Notarj 1'u . .J
1891 at New v,.- tminster, B.C.
flees remove I      Curtis H'oik.Cll
son   street, op]    iti   Court HoJ
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New WestJ
ster Board of Trade meets in|
Board Room, Cit    Hall, as 1
Second Wednesday nf each mo)
Quarterly meetings on the
Wednesday    of     February,
August aud  November, at 8 f|
Annual meetings   on   the g��
Wednesday    of     February,
members   may   be   proposed
elected at any monthly or quart!
meeting.   A. K. W ii'1., Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. if
���The    regular    meeting  ot
is held on the First WedDesdi
each month, at  8 cluck p. 1
the   Masonic   Tent;!''    Sojonnj
brethren are cordially lnviie.lt
tend.      Dr.  W.  A. DeWolf
Secretary.
tbe   lessee
mark on e
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
obtained more than one lease one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
per annum for each mile of river
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it  exceeds $10,000.
Dretlging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below    low    water    mark, that boun-
KING SOLOMON LODGE, r.'0.1J|
P. & A. M.���Regular ccmmui
tions of this lodge are held i
second Tuesday in enc1! montl)
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. m.
Ing brethren are tordlally Ini
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist,
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.Nfll
R. B. K. of I., meets second |
fourth Friday of ea li montb,]
p. m., in Orange hall, cornel
Royal avenue and John street |
journlng Sir Knighl 1 cordl
vited to attend. W. K.
P.;   K. E. Matthias, Rei
It'inlopl
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE, NO.
���Meets in Orange hall firstI
third Friday in each month atl
m. Visiting brethren are cord)
Invited to attend '������ E. Matti
W. M.; J. Humphries, Re..-Sec.|
I, o. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No.I
The regular meetings of ihis'
are held in Oddfellows' hull. Col
bia street, every Monday evei
at 8 o'clock. Visi'tin: ..eilirenj
(lially Invited to attend. A, V.
dav, N.G.; W. C. C ml'iam, fl   I
Vli
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE
���Meetings tlie flrsl and tl
day   in    each     month
brethren cordlallv invited o��i
Lodge room. A. 0. V. W. hull,
fellows'  block.  Clarkson strei.
S. Corrigan. rocordei.   Louis
master workman.
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE j
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND,
rted  Rose Heal, ���   '
Fourth Wedn ���
l
���   nth. 1
In K. of P. Hall,
s p. in.. White Ro
Wednesday   In
*
time ,iiid plan
cordially Invl
combe, Pres., II. Disi
I
J
1
COURT BRUNETTE, No,        ,1
--.M���"is the  I'" rili  Fri
month   at   8  o'i lock,  -'   '
hall,   Oddfellow '
brethren are ""'';
tend.   .1.  H.  Rushton
Maxwell, It. S.
Vai
i
C. H-:
ROYAL COLUMBIA.^
sal
0OURThuy��l.'
A. O. F.���The t
this Dodge nre held on
and Fourth T In    '   ,������ ���
at 8 p. m. m ii"' "'''"'I ;*i.ij
Vis-ting Brethren '," ;,, c.
vited to attend, b.
V. P. Maxwell. Sec.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS OljJ
PERANCE 1 ���''    odd(elll
at 8 o'clock p. m., '   u Visl)
Hall,   Columbln    s r����.
Brethren are cordlall' ��     w
tend, Geo. Burr, >���'������"
Sec.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the  Minister  of the
ferior.
Dept, Interior.
BEN
EFlTl
In
SONS OF SCOTLAND"-       |S,
SOCIATION, LORD OF J   ,, ���
CAMP, 191.-Mee    on
Third Tuesday ol -   ^   w.Nii
P. Hall.      "M;,������ .I*!
IC.     of
Ch
ief;  J, J. i'""' "'''
I!.'''. *wr'r% ,j,,
UflSDAY.
DEC
���136.
"i: DAILY ni-;\\s
j, Royal Bank of Canada Timber Notices'
4
i
sol ��� ������
.   to depositor-:    START NHU to sue ���. ,
��� it.    Peoi-le ,!. h.tier things even da.
v i ��� lain ���  ��� 111th   ii> chain ��� �������!
11 rhaln ���   north,   Sfl chain ���   w����i  In
hres *J
���. ��'��: ni""'
,. ,o BlW ' '
.   .ui account.   Pt;-. It In your pocket, ll .. ..
O.N'E DOLLAR deposited .-verj week with
j.l ail.    THINK   THIS  OVER
AID.
L-edulla:'
L be nothing
[years amoun'
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. 3 TO   9  O'CLOCK
10 ro b j   riven
'   ''       1       lll't'll  |     '    ,
'    "llllll
Ilia
the
Vh.r.   xrv  ,vvMtn   i,_1'.,mi.   Uml  In. .   :      Wv**<  l"*��H**��  *�� ���"���   lfc*l   ':'e  rafin.vr.
r..mm����ncem��Bt,   coi ..-,-.���. ���-.-.������.   ^^nality of vulgi.   ty -mni.t. in UM   Qu-   '""'V1' > ' '-,!l,-<^ "r ItMHtag *
blortd.   nnd   l_l!.*ft1   If   -.-,��� n .   ti.   teettfj      '' '���������"'��' '���'    "' ei   Un-re illl.ei.iH  i-��<->
tq  'ii.oui-i .-.i.e heart! .i.i Income!
IUI ii^l
i ���'iiiiiieii.iiia. ai  .i   ,,,,.     marked   ''��� " ��iro��ui *1H\ full bid��ded vitality, %
\\    \i  . n.e   coi      't.iei on the   ***** r,: *-'!f  lawrttoo. -'��d thus iw   f',rm ,,f ��*rttt* "     WarMem  ���>�� tfeln
.   , :,,,,:, ,.i ,'���. Kildala rivei   ahoui   nm)  ' M""'  lu ;';ul ��*ttHut||  doMUM   '"*   " '''"'    wU'x'" *w f'''"'  '':  ��,,,u'1^
: .
"���   mi a   hair   aitiei  uu the
like ,1 ste, '.,,���    a,   .ootHrer* Ot sliviirt  j !-(,,''"1'1,I>* <���"������''���������   B ���'��" =>.i eti,'.  . �� ���
capable and t�� n.t tonsil tie*    Bul
\   M.vl.   h>..t'   ,'.i'iu   hi  C.l,-   lienti  el   . ;i
.1  8| ,���',.
'"���' '���.'���':  ""  (1U'   :"'       ,,:"   '""   m0UUl'   ",U"im:   ����   tMo��� Itiert'   :���v    ,,���,; ,ui|������,   (hK<    h:..e l'1'1*"'*"  "*  <��"  "**,"="   (
" '    i:i''        in 'i   en   '" ,1'tm'. south, 160 chain* ��<������-���   m t>orn aecunr.1 ei man)  fauMa thai ..>< fll'"���'*' ulwn * ta*i"��ii*i lu the Ural am
'  '���'���' '" ������                             tins iiuiiii. 160 tiiiin. ,-i.  :., point time never '. n acciweO of twins ��il of    R,<**n' lu      u  '** ,a <!l" '"""'���'���''
"nraenclng  ,   ,    , ��� ;,i.,,,    of    commencement,    ronlalntna   640   if>r     Ww  Irish are
:i   riiiti   In   peint
n hm <��� Hit'
'iill.    ,.(    llt'tl!   .      \   I      IR   P.U'.t,'
L W_STMI...*fcK   HHANCH
F. B. LYLE- Manager.
ill...   have been n.vns.si ,��f levity, of ��CW��e the ���!��*_    One et the watt Whe
undue conviviality, o_ frivolity, ot i l"airx l�� haa bee�� raised ftrem the pnal
tandoncj te romance, of untntstworthl u','>   ���"   ���ttP*rntt��ttaf��f>   to   Wa   flmi
lanted on Uie   ,���,��� o{ irreeponalblllty, bul the. have "re-ikin.  i-mi. which eeaalats of �� ita
111.11 lo'd
1RYSON & SONS
MESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON having
now dissolved partnership, the business will be
carried on as heretofore by BR YSON & SONS
UP-TO-DATE STOCKS  OF
mile -   in   ��� |i ��� ';,��� 11 ,)( acre i, more oi lo ��� ���
1 Uu>. "�� 'he .,.; ti  ..mi. ,,i [|,, i   commencing   n
ia   follows:   to  ,',,  , u    m   . \ \\   corner.
Una casi     ' ,t,, a. a..   , north ham. ol Iho Kildala rlvor. nu.ni   never been accused of Vulgarity.' rhew   B'* lu"*    iu,'"u' iho p*rformanite it u
ivn :i1'"���'���   '''���'��� iiolui oi live and a hall miles up the rlvor from   ties deep Lo the Celtic temperament ��   wanal ter annie nldet aetn. <o d��i.e him
tiie   mouth,   running aa fellows    igo   rich vein of emotion, a strong relish for   ""'"'" *''1'1 lttt|.reM Wm with the ou.m-
ummenclug ai u  m     ,., , lialna onat,    io   chains   south    160  the melancholy aide of life  It Is on this ��������"��"��� dlfflcultlea of deUverlug that tea
��� .   i      t on
that their Incomparable sense of humor   **�����*  correctly      i'he   victim   llatwts
'"' mile up I'.. ,���    ,,,: rhalns  west, 10 chains north lo potnt
,  ,:,.��� ,,'of   commoncomeni,    Mntalnlni    6.0 l" '""���������,l' '"'����� '�� ""'J '-' aald thai n.. '";''"��-i��
;.,.,,., ' ono who feela at home wlUi melancholy,        N""    m'XH<   ���ui"1"-    ">>'' h,�� '���"
'" * '' '" ���""*-""""���" !''������ who luxurlatea In the atrange coutraal "u'uU'v  ,il:M"h     '��**��  ,,li"  BtteWka
"'' ��� ���'""f " lon   to     a    Commencing  al   a poal marked) between the possibilities and lh. per lha Brsl lime thej plaj  (tie pun   tn
'     ,:";''  ';'".   '���  polni   il V.    M.'s \r   Corner, planted on lhe' rormancea of humanity, la In any dan """:l'1 "'  ���':,^i,,*:   *�� l(   ''.   Mt   ''���r"1.
'   ;'"' ."inii hank of Uie KUdala .om. Bbout IT of vulgarity, for one or the eaaen ataud baeh and let ihe iMflli. paaa,'they
���N" ''   ' ������ ���ame,ian,;  ,   ,,, , ,     , ,,,,,, ���,,.,, ,IM|1 .,,,. .,���,,,,,, ,,. ,,���'. ,.,,,.,. Usi ,emi.oiieiKs ,,r vulgarity la n i'"'.r. ,:h" " ""'' ""T   M< 1'"1- MMUi ,,*''^
ip Kn ,,, running n_ follows    so chalna aouth'! pl,rt,nt "" "��"��f��,',lw>. ��n��l �� �� >��>��" and lat lhe |wre��n cough."
1-iiiiln-   Vr,   .   -,i ..i.   .    ..,   ....,  'a   Bill    lo   'l��.'ll   le.K'Ifnlly    on   Html
Joining No mi   <0 chains wost, 80 chalna north to the
160 : hore lino, ihonco folio* In i shore lino
\nil after ho lots beard <tie iiiiici vei
jrdware, Ranges, Stoves, Tinware,
]raniteware and Enamel Goods -
{BRYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
���   ,lllllll.'       , .      '   ,  |,m
111111     lu    chain
i north,   i ,     ...      , .
lieeni
Conimei    ��� ���
mil      ii
might im"' i,een rather lhan cheerrtilly   '���'���""  abaurd (hough it
upon "Iml is llifti' I.   Inil Illlie room f
160 I" ; ii "i , I'liiiui'ii, eineir. containing   romplnreticj     v r lie
ni ii   610 acres, moi o oi lo i
'I'lit-   llrlll-h    r.,n_lnt,t_l,-,-
Tlie I.rltl.h Imiitjui'l differs from th
.Vmeilenii   oiil\    'ii   Uml    (tin   I'liiiliiiniii
itio chauoes
aro lhal Ihe poor aupernumei tr)   will
ii .iiiini! ,     itoe iimt (" ih* audience tin i'i" flrsl
niiilii
ii '' iiiiinoiii .na,   nl    a   po il    in.ii ked
W     M.S   l_ W     I'.'tnei.   planto I   ou   Hie
'������' ���'     '.nil,   ,,f   Hie   n.ii.i   rlvor, nl",ui
1   ""   ''"' ���     ���������ti rhalns  enstorlj   fr mi the   mouth,
pre. iiie..   iiiii  do.-s  nol   keep ord.
11,,,t,,,i. ii-,,! ��-
MeaNureil bj fhe popularlij and nun
I   kel   \ nine of llt'i  poems  \i lieu   Ihei   ��,,|i
llllll,'llll,'
Ihemnsta    I'hnt l�� atteuded   "*ril^"'   fhomas Moore ha* no rival
"arruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufucturera of
Slow Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
; '       lias running an  follows,  in rhalns oast, 10 |��� i,, ., pntresslonnl (onaitunsler, ��ii.< is   aninim the poota of Ireland    Willie en
11 lm nut    , linln ��� t t,-10 chains eaal, so rhalns a largo porooii with n  voloanlo voice.   I**1*1 nt Wa lrlah meliatlaa, In which he
;   '            mith. in  Ivor, north   to  the rlvor,   thence  following While  the  guests  nn<  nssomhllng  be   "M" :" M* '"""   f'"  ""',  ':,il''', ,""il
Iver to   uiu ,. river to point of commencement, nui atunils at the doorway nnd nmiouneoa | thp Powc�� '" wWoh he mo _:celled
tiiiin;.'. sin  i res, in,ne or loss ""'  "'""'���''   "'*  lhe  arrivals,   who  nro
N'o-ll   (.' iiiencin a,,.; I-ocaiotl  Vugiist _7, 1306 ""'"   (ttw'wl   l,l   ""'   chairman  nnd
'��� '    ������ ��� ni h, ,,ii
the north han    oi Da i Ith >    : mnlug
��� ows:  I" , linln   ti n li, mi , Inilna
'"'ist.   I" chains  uoi p!i   mi   - ��� , min.
��� ���tist. 10 chains * nith, moro ,,   ',..;.
1 I. ���  I'm l   \\ 11.1.1 \M   Ml 101). .
per Crank Vnndall,  \goul
passed into ihe pusii    When the guest,
nro senieii he tnkos up his Hint Ion i>k
tie   \\:e.   paid   I.'''IO   .'��   >enr   l��t    llis   pnlt
tlshers    rholi luiiueiise iiih! \ieii merit
e,i  .111,1 ess  Induced  t.niigiiinii lo give
Monro H.OOii Kii'iit':''-   the hlghiml pii.o
hiinl tho iti.nr of die presiding officer
inui t'oiniu.'iiiii'i order In Iheso tortus
Notice i- hereto  given   lhal   thlrt.    "N,-v l"1'1*' ���""' gentlemen, i pray vou
���  days  after   date I Inland lo applj  lo   M,'"<''   We wlll now listen to the tonal
lhcn alon8    ���"   "'Hni ol rom   ,,���. ,,,,���  ,���������.,- ,������,������,,,���,, ������.,. ,��� |,.1Ml.
to his Imperlii! iiinU'iiy   ihe i.ermnn
rhe Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER.  B.C.
mencenvent.
and  Works for n   license  In rul   and
emperor,   responded   lo   bj   hla  excel
X"'-   Coni" ':'      ; r :' l'"��l I'lnnl   carry awaj Umber from Iho following
��� ��� i aboul four mile
Ihni had up to ihni lime been paid for
;l    poem     foi     ' t tl"'    Kea'.li   '    Ilie    |ior
gOOIIH    ,':! il,-ill    1.111)11111.1    �� lli.'ll    , 1:1.. IimI
nu,! delighted renders of tlmi day, bul
It    ll,M\     1 .11 I'll     I ial,I l'i    :1    l\ 1 I,     peel
Monro wn*, like Ituriis, mm of the '""i
;   Writers   WO   llllVO   ever   hi,I   of   Wot,lit
I foi  nm ,ie" iiu,i, in in,, ease nl lenst,
die  woiai-i are iii'i'i'mnt'ie  from  the
resl   Hie   s|i lies  ilrno'l   Hint   drug,   lis
'I'f'-J'"""1 mouth  described    lands,    situated     In     lho   |��� N.nv  York, will, now and (I.e.. n , ,,,       , ,
,    "      "���   Dnla   li:""    "'���'   8U<"��   bank.jBl na district, on C rr  nboul Lpiirkle ot'witor n tl.iah of n.onlnl e���-   " "    ,"'1'1-"1"  *l ��>f.. dirferoul
 *   '��� 10 chalus east. 40  2 1-3 miles up from the mmitli org)'.  usiinlL)   rrom  no  unexpected
\smething l nique is
    chains   north,    130   chains east,   40
chains  north, more or loss, to  river,
then   along   river   to   point of com
mem emeu:
.ler  llllll   wllh   il   wholly   ililleieiil   c\
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Nn  i    ('ommonclng ni n posi plant
e.l   on   the   unit housi   corner  on   Iho
north  bank m  the rlvor, running ns
follow it   80 elitiiii.-i mn t ii,   i-ii chain ���
"tiiineiie.ii.; ,it ,i posi plaul    weal, 10 chains south, more or less to
ed  aboul ono mile from the head of  rlvor, then along river to poi f com
Kildala Arm, on south  bank, running  mancemenl
as follows   i" chains south, in chains
qunrli'i'
t'tie iiu'iie i,ou|i is no better
ttiim tuns    The tons!muster H'-is $m
pt'l'lenee.  gol   Illlie  popultii II \   untl   lo
money for bis poetry, bul In "The t'iu
for ii night a w orl
I'roleelloi
"Ct>(lini   In   Ut
fill..,   "itliiii.Iti I
swim    mil    In",
Icing
For
Cake
No. s.   Commencing ul n posi plant.
'���'"���''��� ,0 ll"!"~ '*;'"|!h' '" chains west, ,,,, 2 i _ ,���iie��� up from lho moulh on
10  chains  north,   m chains   wost,   10
chains north, more or less, to shora,  follows
then along   shore   to   poinl   of  com
mencement. sn chains south, mor ��� I
\ew  Veil. World
1' ,,-    s ,- I iitinrr,
o '.'.iii .i physi
���    i h    nil Ht .so w lm
i i   ib.- r  doplh     \en
know  bow  often K","i  . wliuiuora uf
(tint   type   drown,   iltiul    von''      theli
llrtiH llllllt     Is     lllipilleil     to     ,111111)1,     lllll
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10 eh.iim-  north,  mi chains ,.,i win. bis enra atutTed  with rotten
oast, in chains north, 10 chains onai, Why?   I'll loll you why    Uecnuso ll
in iivir. Isn't cramp tlmi causes these drewn
j THE LADiFs ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE 05I.Y BT
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
nadian Bank of Commerce
lugs it Is n perforation of the enr
drum, followed by unconsrloiisnoaa
tine io Uu- pressure ef lhe wntor
Cramp lsu't, nftor nil, lho dendly tiling
ii is iii,iiii, iiiii iii in-    ir ymi gel   i
No  ll   Commonclng al n poal planl   then along river to poinl of conimenci
ed aboul one-half mile Crorn the head   ment, containing f)-IO acres   mure   n
il   Klldaln   Arm, on   the  north   bank,  less
running as follows:   id chains north, .       .      ������,>.   __/a/.i-v
,    ,,,    . ,v,   ion I-ocator, WM.  MOODY
0  chain    east,    o  euiiiia  Bouth,  l-'ii _ '       _ , ,.,,,,
P��r A ���...,!    P,.���L V',....l,.ll    erninp  In  your  leg  wiiile  nWllllllllllg  II
,.,,���    ii   eii aim   H.inHi     i'"i rer Ajfcnl, I rank VAndnii
ennui    '.i      i'   ' n.iiii..   h,nun,   i_i, o I l_ 0UHy ,(|���,ujj|, (,, roii over mi youi
iiiini- west io shore, then along .shme ( bnrk nud (Ioui     I'he ornmp won'l kill
, poinl of commencement. CiB   ||*T"0     lit   <>Kl>n<   -v""     "",   :l   POffornlloii   nt lhe  oni
No. I ,   t' imii-onclng til ti post pi mi
���I nboul ' tt" mile up from i ho tnoui h
,,'  ��� he Dala lllver,  sl bank, run
fop Capital. $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 mm. ..- follows   so chains -,,-. io
SUITS
=$20 AND UP
'ALKER
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
il .Imager ALEX. LAIRD, Assl   Gen'l Manager
RANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND SN THE
UNITED  STATES AND  ENGLAND.
ti.  BANKING   BUSINESS TRA**
FARMERS'   BANKING.
acinty afforded   Farmers  for   their banking   bus.ness.     Sates   Notes
flied or take
IAXKIXG  ii
for collection.
I VIL���Depo8ita   u. -,y   ������ ma le I   I  i**n
���. ��������� everj  a I mtl in,
J NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R  DAVIDSON, M_aai?er
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVKMNG5. i TO 9 O'CLOCK.
>ank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED LSI-,
irated   by   art   or   parllamenl
��� hains north, Hi chains oast, in chains
noi th, io i hains cast, 10 chains north,
moi !��� oi less, to rh cr, i hen along rlvo
, poinl "t commencement,
No io Commencing nl pn il plnntu I
. ��� lm moul h "i I inl i Itlvor, Con il 1.1 ;
trlol   "ti   a.   ���   hunk,   i mining  as  foi
i.,.,    in ihnlii    west, SO eh.nn ; liori I.
....    e i ���   io chains south, moi
a   |e      lo river, Ihei
il  ol  . iiinmeii tenien
N'O    ! 7     < '"inn.en   im'.  nl  ll posi plan
,  a    ] !,,���   v.e   '      lllllk   Ol   Hie    Kll lllll.ll
, ,i  Ijyol. ������  lilllc ���   iiilll li ol  Kll
Iii I; iii    Villa ���������.   ",'t1" illo   i Ioui
iiiilh o   Kll lulu   \rm. i Pi
follow 10      a ill       ll.'l III.     I"
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;    rhaln    .   ���    li    III i linln i en i',
Inl     inii'lli 0 ' oil
.'.   .     i I 'OIIIIl  e.e    a   .   a       I pOSl   plllll
drum   in   different     II   Inks,   awny
your   seiiHi's,   itinl  doWII   vmi  II"   lilie   i.
11 - -.    Sn nhvnys, If ytiu nro i."iiia t"
��� tin  iitiiii  swimming,  "innr cotton  lu
Cul and Made on ihc Premises   youronr*."  New i'orli Pros.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
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III.   HOIll 11,   HUH,'     f^t | . y-v i   lllllll,. illil
i'ii along rlvor to  f   . ll r I St HKIS      PrCSCnt.S   op by ei
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DOMINION EXPRESS CO. iH'i',?
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��� ��� .Vice P:~-..: ..'   ind    lenei il   '���'��� wager
laees tntasacted.
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CHEAPEST
SAFEST .mil
QUICKEST
meal;     ,,l    i,,l u .inline,   pliel, lie. e i nl' lm I
eh.iii,I, ni, \.iiaiii,le ; an,i jewelery lo all
pni t . ,,i Ilie win Id
mill ul   i"
 tin I n��   i    r.illowi     lu      hi    ill'onglj ie, Hiimi, i,,|e,| ih.ii ��� ln|
i   t i , i, ,    monl ��� i ill ;" ii i lo in rive nl ���!������ liti
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I"      ,     '"      ";      '        lain.Una \l I.,Ill" III, III  I  Hill   l���     IM.ele
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. ,     ,., mi        �� ''"ll   tie   ll.'.l
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Kncli of the greftl I. uiltli Afl'lcnn din
llliillil   llliln- t  Ila     II i     ,-ietili   eilllipiitnnln
Wtstmlnstm   where Ilie Knllli i nro liuprl. onod  'l'liosti
nre liielii nne' tt ii ii wnlls "iiiiiei, nth
| high in preveni escnpe, nud ni'iuiiul thu
I   WllllS   In   II    'tllllell   nl   I   lllllll H   lllllll, -l .'ll I
[ in preveni   Ibe liiinnfes  frnin  i dug
diamonds In tl iitsldo i" bi< plelied
lleili  liHi       llll I HI ll     tin. "
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n\ei iin- wnll. Iii fin ii"''. sii ilinl ihell
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inisi ii bettor chance nf liuiiioi tnllty iimu
llH  I'liii'puliiel      I en,lan   1 i( 11,1 i
. i ..nfii .im* ei hmmee
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meilll    Saul lllllll,    il    nine    l\ ,1 I    Hie   1.111110
nf Ireland    Two centuries before tlis
lililli of t'lniil leeliiiiil uni kllOWU I"
(Iiii lii, el. i iei .lm en,at I'rtemll' i-iillinl
il   llil.iania,  ill .11.1 nl in  I'lal,-niv   In  Ilia
in ii 11  of ihai  islam!     ti  I, -mill  tho
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1 nf iiiiii'.nil., manning tborebj    utiuosl
j    or     In 'I      hi lh llillli '11."     f"l       1','V   '   "I     Uml
Inml Meiiwiiiii ibe rn, i, -tii- i a i, i nevei
extended Unit voyages Toward lho
ilf, line ,,r the u.inetii empire tile cuiin
try iiiii.iii i" in, en I led N.'nt in, n uatiiu
retained 'o Iiie miiunntb' ivrlters nniii
lhe   ileteitlh   eellllltv     u lien    lhe   num,'
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gnil   I"  he   n_all'l   lln.'il
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suorlugi H Is advised thai rt piece nf
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all,   I,, 'I Ila     al    III    III,,    |,1 l|i    ���., ill    l|    | i
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living "r i.   im IH mi nu ited Ilie
, ie,i,mi of i, a,iine prayei i m Wednes
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liny   cei . ii e   ll -   IVnltPd   in       llO   '"''    '"
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Second Hand Store
Second Homi Goods of
nil ktndi boiiffhl and
told for cash. All Mail
Order*promptly attended to- Kindly write or
call at
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And you find it in C7
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.x(t{ ih, Kildala river, about X(M.   vv���,.,,������.,.         ��
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY, OEc,,
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,    New Toilet Sets.       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter int-iid-d for thi--column .hould lie ad-
dr-s-td. Social Kditot. Daily Nrw��, P. O.
Bex it'.', New Wctmiii. ter '
XMAS,  1906
.  WATCH
MOREY'S ST0C&
GROW
������������+������������-
Cards, Calendars, Toys,
Dolls, Fancy Goods,
Crockery & Glassware,
Fine Stationery, Etc.
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be Obtained   at    All    Hours    at
Kenny s    Restaurant   and   Care
������'zzsszsz**msssassises*^^^ss^^sssss
Late Suppers After the Theatre a
Specialty..       Oysters    and    Game
���     in Season. -      -
Tbe Duodeccm club met for Bowing
at the residence nf Mis. WorsfuUl on
Monday Afternoon. The members
],t O.eni were Miss Vera t'orbould,
Miss Muriel ShildricW, Miss Muriel
Cotton, Miss Constance DeWolf Smith,
Miss Eleanor Brown, Miss Gertrude
Brown, Miss Alice Hickman, Miss
Josephine Mun in. Mists Lillooei Arm-
Strong,   Miss   Alma   Lewis   and   Miss
Veil a Leamy.
Mrs. 1'askilliu, of Vancouver, was a
visitor in the city yesterday.
Mr, and Mrs. Vaohon of Vancouver,
drove over to visit friends in tbis city
yesterday morning, and spoilt tbe day
making calls. Mrs. M. Qowan returned with Mrs. Vachon to Vancouver
last nielli, and will spend a few days
as her guest there.
M.-s. Jagers of Victoria, accompanied by lifi- daughter, is spending a
short time with ber .son C. Jagers, purser ou tie Transfer.
Rev.   Dr.    White,    general    superintendent   of   Methodist    Mission.--,    will
��� leave to- lay for Toronto,
F. .1. Lumsden, of Damer & Luiiis-
den, Vancouver, was in town ye3ter
day  on  a   bulsness  visit.
A. J. Shore, of the Frost Lumber
Ca, of Seattle, was a visitor in the
City  yesterday.
Frank Bright, of SumajB, was a visum- in ilie city yesterday,
J. 1). B. Thompson of Vancouver,
a funner resident of Ibis city, bas
accepted a position as assistant bookkeeper  With   Messrs.   Gilley   Bros.
.1. L. Walworth, of the firm of Walworth a. Rolston of Vancouver, was
iu   the  city  yesterday.
H. H. McKenzie. a brother of E. D.
McKenzie. has returned to the city
after a  summer's absence.
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fEconomyf IS ew Lace Kob%
For Evening Wear]
SaR4eJ��t'S C,tm
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, 'and thus
economizes the
housekcepcr'stime
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
appetizing
dishes can be
rn.-.ric from what might be wasted
it it were not for the Gem.
lt chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread,
cr..rhers, etc. lt does not mash,
squeeze, tear or grind, but chops
the food a.s you want il��� fine,coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
L
Special Xmas Offer !
f22.00  Suits  for   $20X0
$25.00  Suits for    $22.00
$8.00 Pants for  $5.00
All Suits Made to Order.
YEE KEE & COMPANY
Merchant Tailors.
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED
P. 0. Box 644
139 Columbia St.       New Westminster
During the past week we have received rm
lines of goods for evening wear, but nothy,,* ���<nEU
some than these new Lace Robes which we aW**!
first time this week. m fortl
When made up over a suitable colored lining- wl J
brings out the beauty of the sequins and floral L?
these semi-ready robes will be found the noveltv ofa
season. They come in White Oriental Lace Black1
and Black Sequin Net sufficient for waist' and m
Prices $8.75, $10.50 and $121
Fancy Trimmings ~
Many new widths and designs in Pleated ChiffJ
 10c to 45c peryl
New Christmas Neckwear
We are showing the new Xmas Neckwear m
Lace Collars and Fichus, Ties (new Plaids and Pi
Colors), Lace Ties and Fancy Collars of even*
cription.    Make an early selection from the cBo
showing of Neckwear we have ever shown.
W. S. COLLISTER & C!
A Snap!
18 Lots in
Burnaby
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
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TO SOLVE THE PROBLEM
of that Xmas Gift, by getting something that is
Seasonable. Acceptable and Reasonable in Price
 call at	
Ladies' and Geir.iemen's SLIPPERS, warm lined,   A/V. up *f  nff
cnzy and comfortable.   From    ��HJC to yl.lD
Ladies' SLIPPERS for evening wear.    These form a very neat and appropriate Christmas Gift.    From     ^-i  7Cf     <fcO 7C
Gents' Fine  Dress   SLIPPERS.     These are very nice and   ��-1  71*
in best qualities.     From     <pl./3
Have you seen^the Dick Waterproof Boot yet?    A pair of them
will keep that  boy'-8 feet dry for the wet. wintry weather yet
to  come.   Tuey will   easily outwear two  pairs of any other.
    ONLY   AT   	
The Old Country BOOT STORE
COLUMBIA ST. J. Stewart, Prop.
ADJOINING CITY
St, Andrew's church was the .scene, LIMITS
yesterday afternoon of a pretty wed- ONLY
ding, when .Miss Lorne Ross was
united in the holy bonds of matrimony
to Dr. Workman, assistant physical)
of the Hospital for the Insane. The
tinoL was tied by the Rev. J. S. Hen- 	
derson.    The  l.ride, who entered  the  ffTf ffrrr'    O      Of III r��__��
church leaning  on   the   arm   of   her   WHI      H    Xr    \H|     hV
$400
i
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, firsl served, We
need the cash and you want the goods. This is ;i chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
:���; 716 and 718 Columbia St
���
'_-_
Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Str��|
_��>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>:<<o^
260 Coluabia St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
father, looked  perfectly  charming in
a   magnificent   gown   of   white   saiin
wiih  long court   train.    She wore  the
traditional white veil and orange bios- ���^������������������ ���    ���__���_��
|soms  and carried   a  shower bouquet information Vor the Youii��.
ol white roses. Tlie bridesmaids, "Pa, what ti" Ihey eall babies where
I -Miss Eiliel Ross, sister of the bride,, there's three of them nt a time- I mean
land   .Miss  Pringle.    wore   pale    blue | the same as twins?"
gowns and   large   black  picture   liais      "Triplets.
and carried   bouquets   of pink   roses.      "oh- >'es-   '  wouldn't  think  what it
while little Miss Campbell and  Miss   was^Aiol whnt is It when there's four
Margaret Vert, in white, made dainty   �� ../."'li.iniiv.   Now, ,������ that pup out
little   maids   of   honor. of ������. unuse .,,���, kl.,.|, |lilu ,������ or ,.,,
The  bridegroom   wa.s supported  by   semi for the dog catcher!" ��� Chicago
Mr. VV. (I. McQuarrle, and in this con-   Record-Herald.
nection it is to be hoped that a certain '	
old saying about bridesmaids does not A s",'*,"",, ������,,,M'
Holi-ioii    How   did   you   enjoy   your
.s no;
apply to groomsmen. Miss Vass [ire-
sided at the organ, and the service be-
������ WATCH ���
SAPPERTO
PROPERT
ON   TUESDAY
Malins, Coulthard & C<
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St, - - New Westminster 6|
Go
to
PURDY'S
FOR HIGH  CLASS
summer trip, Bagley?   Bagley���Hod a
delightful time; gained 180 pounds,
gan with the singing by the choir of Hobson One hundred and thirty
"The voice Unit breathed o'er Eden." pounds! I dou't believe til Bagley-
Th" bride's mother wore a handsome   Don't you?    Well, here it comes down
black sill, gown and black and white   the street,    .lust   wait a  mount, nnd   ���������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������
bat;   Mrs.  Hendry, aunt of the bride,   rn Introduce you.
was    mosi    becomingly    gowned    in "
, . ,    . , Overheard In (In- Art iinllfr ..
1 .-..tn color with Curs oi white fox and      T1)(.v ���.,.,.���  |||il|!jn(r ������, ���������.,, rolM|(1
largi- cream hal  with ostrici feathers.   0f exhibitions
Mrs.  Chamberlain, the  bride's sister,     "Oh," he exclaimed, "do look nt thnt
looked well in pale graj and pink with   beautiful Apollo Belvedere!"
black and  white hat. "Sh!" she returned. "Don't say'dear'
  so lmnl.   Ever,, body'll know we're Just
married "   "fudge.
Electric Railway Service
Pure - Confections
Oui lard is tlif extract of pare h.
fai It is as pure as it. Is white. Tr
it.   Reii henbach ������. Co.
CHOCOLATES    CARAMELS    TOFFEE
Mi.cd Svtf&ifif the CHOICEST FLAVORS
Just Arrived:	
Candidate  Named.
Que.,   Dec,   .",
.;���.. imcoui
Hall.   ex-M.P.,   yesterda)   was   tin.sen
Fine Selection of BBB. PIPES BS r'"]" :'"''1'-' '";""li l:"" iM ""* <"'"������
. tr.-  a .1 ia , t imi in Nlcolet,
>'<.!    I   illllillK   I'HllK.
"So you  never find  ftnili  with your
wife's 1 1, lug?"
"I si,,,tie] wi) not," answered Mr.
Meei,tun "When utv wife condescend-
to cook I '-tn' everything I can to en
George   ronrnge her."   Washington Star.
Inter-uman Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hall
hour from 6:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line   Sen Ice from
0 13 a.m. in 11 p in.
20 Minute Service��� No transfer,
Between 12 and 2 and b and 7.
30 Minute Service during rfrl
mainder of day. transre: |
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly b'|
tween v a.m. anil 11 i1"1-
Sapperton Line.
15   Minute  Service
in   to   ll   p.m,   exci I
12  and   2,  and   *���  ai j
which ho irs the si ''"
half houi I
Sunday  Service   hal
��� .�����_
tween s 30 a.n   and 11 1
R. C. PURDY, The Confectioner SsffSt-^S
New   Arrivals
\   < 0 ill  1 .ne.  .       ���
"Ha\ eu'l   1  a  rl lit   t , do n 1 I  llke
wltli t  ���   moi '.'������.���    Inqnlred the multl
tnillloualre.
.,,,.., ,    ,. , "Vmi have," answered  the sardonic
Oui  lai     ��� theextracl ol mu-e hog   ,,,.,������    ..���   ynm   ,      er   |s   8mar)
' '   "     "'   ���"] mougb to draw up n will that can't b��
Reich, ubach ct Co.
. ?outestel
1 -
���Washington star.
,fe_t_5n.
IN
Ladies' Dress Shirts
AT
W WHITE HOUSE
I A. J. BtRTCH   m Columbia St.-
MONEY TO LOAN
on improved farm lands at moderate rates of interest and special
terms of re-payment. Likewise,
we will assist you to build, by
advancing the necessary funds,
re-payable   on   very   easy   terms.
F. J. HART & CO., ^d.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
Horse Clipping Machines
TT7E have a line of light and compact ly Duiii
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our 20th century 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  themj"
T. J.  TRAPP & cC\
Limited

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