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 M)_,rME 1. VIJMBEB 22.-;
prv CorriTTitKsion Proposes Close Time on River      Sixty
Hours, T'-aps and Japs to Keep Present Tiw
of Thirty-six Hours Only.
���     Inj     i n     received
anal] i     bu   Interim
in   mlnistei   ol
ani   lisherii      In  Octobe    I
.. j niiii   :. heriei  11 n mis
i wi   -ii    summar;
v i.i' i   reli o  nio-i
In    conclusions
��� :   a. :.      hi vi
. i i   v ���   dei   ���   'i   la;
Ig hon   abli    hi   min ster ii
|,.v ���    : ��� ��� n   reporl. t<   which
��� .    ini ���    Br v a
| . oni    recom
,:.  : ������    i   minorit.   re
imon gill-nets  in Tra
��� ra I   o'   Georgia���We
:      :���* rasi ���
;.      : ��� ."���:;���:
tockeye flshinj    -   carried on,
lon s    : -   should < scei    i tl
j :
...':. ..:.      ImH   in
|-.: enfoi ced at   _   uni-
: he waters rei e_
t   . ��������� -������:     Verj  deep
ii :���:    sed .ii recent seas roi
���   be i    nth  oi ihe  Frasei
��� nee.    Such deep
a.       sl;-. p1 "
��� ��� bai U nt' dei pei
thosi il sixtj ii ii -. ��� - an
ihen    it   no   lis _   ol   sucl
-jt length of net suggested
���    ::.���       iniiation    < !    Ihe
pill-net-       150 fathoms   '������'"���'
��� --ent all risk 11
t ��� : - the alleged usi i I
f-  :    ��� Fraser  ri\er. a
ms is reci mmended
��io. Bnooe fitlrng limit���The
literal of    the   salmon
in ��� ridge on Um
cannot   n commend
recommend thai
��� nditioni   b<   ���:.
n of ihe  K.-.im -
}' eei   Missl m  bridge
��� i - foi Bockeye
f              "���-���:. Instei ��� ridg.
���'������; ���       fined to British sub-
ng on . Ithi :  side
��� a   Mission  bridge
��� ilge, and ihe
betwien New
���     .md      Mission
1 ��� onspicuously stamp-
"���' :   ���       each lid use.
al Hei ������-.  shal
ectoi   i f tish-
-   unless the ap
or them to be
na a .���   n -
Is, eat     i : i   New
on th" Praser
'   ess than si\
tc ol th    granl
Bri v :.
Mi    Commis ia a
i O Wf
he mi lo '     ...     ,    Btnraissioi
"���''    '     ' ""    I I      i con
menda ioi   ti mal ���    hi   ���. ,- ,..���    ,.,',,,,
Inn   oi    !:��� .e   |0np(      ,..,...      ,
outsidi  ws ������ should have roi
'''   ,;   -"     wi:l       ,
llmitatioi esiiiei . ,
���    mini ei
1    '     '  ��� dose time in "off"
ib    I big"
an  i mndani
i ie three
��� 'I    a
ia ol sockeyes
.��� weekly
ii  ' u   ''i.i iei
i   M     lon
Satunl i.  until
, ' _ Ing, from
each i     fie three
n as    ' off"
iciei li   d   by  .ii
o   sockeyes.
ied   i.iniy   i  to
Inclusive), and
' "i (Fraser river
Ige) this weekly
Ituted for the
: re enl In force,
-dose time Mi
!,:,)- Sunday) shall
��� mouths of the
"��� fourth  years,
ears, it shall ap-
I waters Inside
ia ' "v"r
'".'.'    '        * 01   service,  Fra-
'  ���" ��� mmi mi thai
lon of the
nal  patrol of-
I,  ..a I thai
trol   ; mm be ���
''��� a ���    nan ..
��� n ���
I I      ; a   . ���        ....        .. ,
ho .
��� '���������      :.
' :      '   '      nly shoul
ICl  '      ���      !������
aken I ...
supp ���"     lio ���    :  ,,,,.
But again      hi mmendi     n ti
main     ta ;.. .,,    ������,   ... .,
wei ho ��� ������       . i   ...    ,,
side wi ten      tiej   .  ���: ���     ,������       ,,,...
es:  protei
Tbe chii    ol ieet ioni .      i
'   would   Sl  II      a hi      Igl
Oi  OUI  ov:   ���-.'������.���,.��� ....      |   ���     ...,,.
������    anuge oi    hi  Pugi    ���   ,:    |   hinj
: :- res -      an extent which the latti
neithi r aske .-.      ���. ..���    ���      ai
i   ������   irn for which we sh pci  v<
2. It would  be i        -    unjui    dis
erimini f tbe Japi nesi
��� ���-   . gainsi   thi   v.:   .   flsbi ai
would  maki         mproSti         _    most
ol the lattei   wl    .  ��� ������    ���    . ...-.. thi
river side, to coi       ���        he bus aess
::. lis value as .  measun       . r< ec
lion lif it wer.  new ssai     wl    I   t is
ra-.: i would be (Jouhli revers ng 51;
:. ..  lng the long- ��� time < ..tside
- iver.
4 It was brongl I ��� ' I he commission in exei sion at i most
���fn lasi postdi ��� , hen was
no opportunitj ��� evident! with
regard to ii
Taking thesi . - r-der, 1 beg
'r   .,:��:
L Tire statemi       .     ���     r Mi   Gri
man  i chairman I at        e othei mi m
aias  oi  the  w ������-   agios  commissii
ise*- report   procei i   aa    ma
conference,   pagi     ! Gorman
said. "Al the expiri ie thirtj
six   boa: s,  you raps   and
II - and hiki i . ��� lhi Ni w
Westmlnstei ..- . , fai ;; as
the flsh gel. then gear,
and capture flsh thai ��... i therwise
bai e gol to the i ng grounds
Ami again Ipag< G ... ��.��� ���
you have ne- conflr. fishermen
between the M and the
Xew Westmlnstei bridgi lo Ihi gear
that figures there from day to day.
\ ou lake the . ��� ��� which oi dinar!]}
Is oyer,,ied ni. thi mouth of the
: ll er, and follow tl i have
bi en permittG it. api from ihis
gear during the thli tj Ix ho irs, In
or ler to Intei cep thei '���;. I bi I h
Mr. Gorman an i Mr, ! lem ng i page
I7i make ii plain thai ilieii i
referred only to4*,mall iun" ������ ��� ��� In
Mr.  I lem im '    words, "In tin yel
I do nol cue for am closi
all, neither on i he Pi isei
II ere would be (ish enough "   If w
have an.-,   mc ning,  Ihe  wordi   11   I   I
have ip d mean thai i In    .mi i     n
commission  asked ami expi
ihai   we should    Imll   a hin
Nev,   Westmltu ' ���   liridgi   ii   ��� ���
:   hei men     In   Mr.   Oorman'i
���' to the gear lhal (Ignn
;,i.  'o .iii."   Thes  i ild u
knew all al i oar method    ind
ntion -    "We have i een   '.'irel il,'   said
Mr. Gorman i page l"i "to he well In
formi d," j el I hi i did nol suggi   t nn.\
other   restriction,   such  o    I ho p   on
depth and len rth of m ti. foi examp ���
in return for the limitation of fishing
above  the New   Wesl min ter  bri Ige,
Ihey   were  willing  to continue   their
; weekly dose time, and to 'make II i
fective, ami  thai is all the)   promise
now.    This   .vas emphasized   i y   the
proceedings   of a   convenl lon ol   the
��� Puget Round fishing Inter.  I . hi 11 In
, Seattle a month after our confe em ���
dn December, 1905, The proposed
"closed year," In ii'11--. . as con lemn
ed, and the weekly rinse time ap
proved, by a strong majoritj
2. Praetlcallj   all the Japam se
al or Dutalde the mouth of the i   ���
while a  large majoritj   of the white
fishermen   (whose    aggres ite
Invests I   in   i oal i an i   nei i,
mated al some  $250,000) (1
rive.-     Thej   would, ol   i
the legal rlghl  to :��� i o d    le
(C ������ ' nue i '������> p : ��� .-    en.)
������ deluged, sir. with telegrams
Which did m< congratulate;
��� heir number, sir, my modesty
Permits me not testate,
i was feted, sir, and wined, and dined,
(At least they said they'd do it),
all points in the Province, when
Returning, I came through it.
'(': I d<   i i  I iow, si": I'm haunted by a doubt;
���'is:--; ������:���;.   do-Fd Stayed and fought it out!
When to the Capital 1 came.
''������ i met me. sir, with honor;
swor. ['d done the trick just right
acdonald was a goner.
Thc- red fire blazed, the banners waved,
And all the small boys shouted;
It certainly did look as if
The Grits, sir, they were routed.
And yet 1 do not know, sir; I'm haunted by a doubt;
i most wish--] reallydo--Fd stayed and fought it out!
To great applause my piece 1 spoke,
With novel local hits, sir;
All the boys were hugely tickled
They whispered: "Give 'em fits," sir.
I carefully explained, sir,
The fact that I was IT;
All the organs���paid to do it, sir���
They swore I made a hit!
And yet 1 do not know, sir; I'm haunted by a doubt;
I almost wish--! really do-I'd stayed and fought it out!
J. P. w
Temperance Sunday it, Marked  by Strong Denunciations
of Intoxicants���Dr.Taylor Advocates Suppressing Vice Regardless of Cost.
The Lid Is On Tight-
No Drinks on Sunday
.' , .   .; c cloc.   on Sai a;.ia> even-
.:.;. .. . i lo< k this morning, nol
; -    .-     iqnoi   w_s  sold over lhe
mahoganj     counters    thai
. '   bars, and for the
i   In   many  years  ii  was  im
���. --.   i        obtain  a eooiins draught
.   any i      i   po] ular refreshmen. dls-
Mi a wiih long thirsts and
brown  tastes   in iheir   mouths
si onsi ati >  fi om hotel to
���.   and   pleading    to   be
civi ���    drink   to   dl ivi    ..��:������
...    taste   bul all
lo m si     It w as no use    Tbe
1 man       ���        was   as   adamant,
. : ���     .a ,,,;i\] induce him
and lei the pi-onio*.
i a.   gi   thai ��� in  was unable to ob
\, w  w. itminsti i yes
.,       r was si ...      hai   li   occa
��� nen    and the
info      a        ,, '.     ,., \  n ho
craved   I  i   a   stin ulanl   was   quicklj
e lid wai "a  i io 1 and
etapl    Icalli  speak
Ing,        ��� '    Mel       '     and   his foi e<
m     a        md   lhal   the  lid
red     11 	
,.  ���,. i     idi       a      nn iv. ,.      , ���
'\.   | ���   ���
. hi      ' opi ht Ifl
hi   hoti
Hali e di '���>��� ���       i the in
future. They have looked oarefully
into the new by-law. but so far have
'een nnaMe to"* find a flaw of which
bej can take advantage. Bm they
liy. In hopes. The .wrkeepers
expeiienced    the    greate.���    i  fficulty
��� ��� ���   aa     In   com Incing   the Hindus
ihat  thej  could nol obtain an.  whi1---
The  dark   skinned  men   simply
would not be denied, and followed the
: :    the    keys    all     over    the
note), and In manj casi -  ] ad tb be
��� |ei ted from ihe building.
I it   thi    morning Chiel   Meln
. sh paid a visit to ail ihe hotels and
���   med    ihe    tiro,a |<  ,a .   thai    thi
��� inds of all windows in the I a
bad to be raised, and ihat a cleai
view oi the bar musi be permitted.
These instructions were carried mn
in mi St ca ses Several ol tlio hotels
did a wholesale bUBim - fust befon
��� osing linn on Sal nrdaj .-vt ning, and
. ������ . . bottles of liquoi changi :
hand-. The man with a bottle had
man' fi ii nde yi sterdaj. an I hi '���;;
ottli   lhi   mi '���   friends      _n
end'' ���    .   .Ion of i'a i <   ossed the
li obi       ..      ridge and parti   I. ol
.      ���   a  .    | ���.        Wig,    .      i a   fi  !.     OU '���
���i hi r.    thi   "��� '���   I    : �����
not applj      \  largi   numbe]  ol
, .   nined thirst ch   i     travi lied lo
V incouvi      . here the quili   i
ul  ��hei e side di   it     ���   i   iri
in nnd i
Tin   Rev.  v.    n   Barracli h tool
foi   hii   themi    yesterdaj   mornlni   ;-
i.   Qui ei emi.   Methodlsl church
Thi   Relatioi   of thi   Liquoi Traffic to
al    Christian   Bflori       His   texl   wai
'Unn long "ba'   thi  ���,{'-ted triumph "
' sain   Xt'a    Thi   s te   Bali    hi
b<   wished   I     hi   dual though
..    tern] ��� 'am ���    bi Issloni    I efon
h m  egation     The  liquor  : raffle
wa'   tbe sworn enemj  of the churcl
In   i ���   and thi   Individual.    It was
.i    .....    to   all    phllanth opli   effo
am!  Instead  oi  helping  the wretched
 nfortunate   the   liquoi    deale
ti      hei   cul him adrif     True
hi wen known to subscribe com Id
erable sums to provincial exhibitions
and things ol thai description, bul it
wbe on certain conditions. Thej
we ��� in th_ business simplj because
ii was an easv way of making money.
The traffic In intoxicants had caused
>)'. undoi.nj ol the Indians along this
coast. Year, of faithful work had
been done among ihem and many had
professed their faith in Chrisi, arm
bei the liquor cam' in and the pool
Indian was plunged down deeper than
eve before into vice and degradation.
Thi Roman Catholics and the Method
ists had spent thousands of dollars ini
missionary effort and what did it all.
amounl to. The same Indians who
had listened daj after day to the word
ol Ood were almosl every day being
fined for being drunk and in pos ei
sion of liquor.
Thi attitude ol the church should
ii oni ol uncompromising hostility,
and thej should noi let up till every
��� ��� ol the traffic had been eradi
cated. The ministei Bhould speah out
. ��� and persistently, and for the fu-
��� a i ��� refused '������ close his eyes to
the evi! ihai was going on, and would
speaw. em fearlessly of what he saw;
ii was ihe duly of ifl*1 church ro shoul
der it. share of ihp burden. The liquor
dealers laughe,] and sneered ai the ac
lion of lhe ministers and the churches
They said: The churchmen lack pi
sistence; all we have to do is to laj
low, and the agitation will blow over."
The\ pointed to the minister and to
members of his congregation as they
went along the street nml said "Hypo
e and coward." Rome might say
that the speaker bad nothing to gain
by speaking along thai line, inn for
niu pnrt. ihe gaumlei was thrown
down, am) would never be lifted again
till something definite was accom
pllshed. if the city was to be madi
. ��� m, the church must gel alive and
do something, and staj with it withoul labeling or looking backwards.
one ol the topics of live Interest in
his sermon la-' i .enIng, and touched
upon what he termed the "putres-
cence of respectabllitj in no measured terms, The receni revelations of
hi conditions thai prevail In this ciiy.
i.. .,i,| nad been n greal Burprlsi ti
hii b other ministers, bin he had long
known thai ihls was the -ase The
e Si wl h wblch mi'n could go down
ti on on the Pacific coast was simplj appalling, The way Iii which reform should be attempted was nol
bj reform leagues, reform rmin-
and  I eased police forces, hut
���    pa ���'''���tikirlv  by  every Christian
man doing  whal  he could to bring it
ou .
It was not to the police force that
the citizens must look for reform, .N'o
mattfer how efficient a force there
mighl be. and how earnest the policeman, he always remembers thru he
bas   ieen   face   to  face   wiib   this  vice
problem all his life, that the problem
was shore before his day, and that it
will be there long after he passes
- vaj He realizes thai it is a hard
I roblem, and is content if things are
going smoothly from day to day, because he knows that he has a hard
and llmnkless task. II was the same
thing with a reform council, ft en
���ered upon the task with enthusiasm,
'���ni was very soon appalled by the
magnitude Of the difficulties, and visions of reform remain visions all the
lime, \noiher thing tha' greatly de
terred lhe suppression of vice was the
i ost ot" securing convictions, because
it was very difficult to prove a caso,
and after meeting wllh several legal
defeats, a man would seldom risk another battle. The police should be
told thai thev musi secure iho enn-
vie'ion of the guilty at any cost if
��� rtme is to be suppressed. Morn]
dtilttem 'are .ntcnys fi-mi. bnt with
the help of the best citizens, thi. town
could I'e made a clean town.
Vessel   With   Five   Hundred   Men   on
Board  is Totally Destroyed���       '(
Three Are Missing.
Toulon,  France, Nov.
-The tor
��� ;��� ������-���   Disorders   Continue,   Wot   Act
is Readi snd the End is
Not  Vet.
Hamilton     '-   ���     25    Btren I    i   -
woio rim  In re to night, bui  Hoi until
, | act h id bei n read by Sheriff
Mlddh Ion and poii"' and militia ha t
, .., gi i the cro. d, several thousand
, whom b "i i ollei le i In fronl ol the
, . , | ��� Probably fifty people were
Injun i b     a   .a   o   polii i. bul none
iii i, .   . . ��� ��� nie i sts are be
:. :    ,   'ia ai.-  patrolling
��� il(. , ���,,,     in the i entral pari of the
, || ,      ;.a. /eral    stoni      ���'���" i   thrown, j
.��� ned    In addition
,    | ....  member of the
boliei was 'allied out.
��� ���a...       Issued   proclHiimtlon
. lows:
��� in view of tl ��� recent dlsturl ances
,       ,.,        , ,   ihe .strike of the
... i,  all  persons
.   ..     commanded not to ai -��� m
.   on  11 es oi
, i lication   ui   lhis   pri
ii   an I tin   n   ',i":1 i    lhi   rlol ai I,
. udi i    everyone   '���' ha    i Mi'~'i gatei
hli   b    irresl  and Impi Is nl hu
In U     ifiei" i large ci oi ds gal b
��� " d   in  lhe   Blreets,   and    all igh
��� i. .. u a ^ no sei lous dlstiii bartce, the
sol lh - - ��  !-''' i and (ostied
Fran!   I Itsgerald,   wh"   ik01 i I   hi
'-.I oul Id see vv hal was ihe cause ol
1 le al Sanford ai eh u   bai hs, and
v.as  sti ick  over the head  witl ll
axe handle In the hands of on" of llw
strikers, lies ai the point or death al
lhi   city hospital.
Sad Accident.
Montreal. Nov. 'i'i.���Five boys were
drowned at Vnreiines on Friday afiernoon, while skating.
Quite a  Blaze.
Host hem, Sask.. Nov. 25.���Fire de
stroyed the store of the Fuion Supply
Co. bore yesterday, causing a loss of
; insurance $13,500.
i     _ es i'-.   Teni] ei ince" was the
themi  i ' Rev. Dr. Rtigg's dlscoursi   in
the   Baptist   church   lasi   night.    Hi
tool foi his texl  i Chron   12: 32, and
��� His   oi ening   remarks
were to   hi   ��� feci tiiai i eepons'ibility
��� ���   mpanie I   pri. liege,     i he
im len     hnd Bome mea nil e ol
w bil" abundance ol light and pi iv Hi gi
iv-as showered down upon those ol the
in'.s, mi .p..    ii vv as therefore expert
e,i tha   tin    eople of to-daj should hi
uveiuent on ihe 11 iple ol
��� n   ���  ���
i ��� min i ���     hould he progressive,
 bi   fn hei    did   _ b    iu I   i
i-il l     I      ��� I ill Iren     I to ri   hfl I
; ���    ���    " ��� nl   nlong the  Iim
il ti mperance as i ;"���"��� n bj pub-
lie bi ntlmi rn     i ii' quite recentls  all
��� re  di 'et ei       no'    11    '��� ere   i s
,... tions amongsl all classes of bo
eh i v i. iui'i ' am e defined was b
moderati use oi thai ttthlch was good,
end   a   total   abstliii nee   froth    hal
.', high     ,V   IS    evil."
11,., spgakei tbouj b thai an ad I'll,, |, to the annua fail could ; s ma li
. n 'drink exhibil." Nol lhe 01 '
... tides, such a-' shining beer barrels nm! Bparfellhg whiskej bottles;
bui ti I a fresh and healthy boy tepre-
��� .. nl lhe -aw material; a moderate
drinker, the work in progress; the
drunkard in delirium tremens, the
work advanced; a wretched home, the
by-product: a grave with a tombstone
inscribed "The Finished Article," and
for an epitaph, "No drunkard shall inherit the kingdom of God." In conclusion, the speaker said thai he stood
for total abstinence for the individual,
and prohibition for the community.
The Rev. T. Wardlaw Taylor, M.A.,
Ph.D., dHso had a few words to say on
edi school ship Alleslras, stationed
in ihis harbor, was totally destroyed
bj fire at n late hour ihls evening
The burning Of the school ship creati I
thi greatest alarm throughoul thecity.
��� news of the fire was first conveyed   ai about n o'clock, by the fir
 nnon in the harbor.    The peo
���  hurriedlj  left the cafes and thea
an I ��� ushied to the docks, whi ni i
! ��� '   could  see Ihe Alba Iras a mass
I     ames.    The  burning   vessel  ...   |
oui I rilliantly in the encircling dark-
and the names li' up the othi
shipping, thi   wharve i and the coin
1   ��� re was terrible anxietj concern
" ' lhi   fate ol        ii ���   hun Ire I mi n
i   I ��� ard    un     the   nuthoritii
  '    thai    . vii body   had
i In hi n   an I   aved with the ��� \
'' '"'' " ' rhi ie men did m I
  and   it   is   pre
sumeil the;  wi | to death,
The muir,  garrison here was called
ul to   render   ass) itance,   an I   the
1 '    ol the warships of this division
hurriedlj   launched their boats to go
'     ""      '   die  Of  timir  comrades  who
' ' boai d ib"  Ulesiras.
To Command in Ireland. I
1 mdon, Nov, 25, Lieut-General Aril " Hen'rj Pagel I a 'een selected
to succeed General Francis Walter
Qrenfell as commander-in-chief of the
forcei  In Ireland.
Still After the Big  Mug.
Liverpool. Nov. 25.���Sir Thos. Lip-
: ton, who arrived here on the Car-
: mania, in an Interview to-day repeated
the statements formerly made by him
concerning a challenge for the America's cup. He said he did not intend
to make anyotlier voyage to the l'nited Slates until there was a cup race.
and declared that he had greal laiih
In the willingness of the New Vork
Yacht club to do the right thing.
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i -t.
On* of lho . inm IV.Millnr Wrapau mt
Vlnr   llv.r   Invented.
The boomerang is uu instrument used
both in war and iu lhe chase by the
aborigines of Australia. It is usually
ulwut two feet iu length, made of hard
wood bent Into a curve resembling an
olitu.se angle, flat on one side and
rounded on the other. Tbe method of
using this curious weapon Is very peculiar. Thc thrower takes It ln one
hand, holding the beut side downward,
and burls it forward as if to bit some
Object twenty or twenty tive yards In
advance. Instead of continuing to go
directly forward in accordance witb
tbe Newtonian law it slowly ascends
In the air, whirling round and round,
describing a beautiful nud geometrical
curved line till It reaches a considerable height, when it begins to retro
grade, Anally sweeping over tbe head
of the projector, striking the object for
whieh It was intended, which is always iu the rear.
An English officer hns this to say of
the singular weapon: "The boomerang
ls one of tho most curious weapons of
war ever invented, at least by a barbarous people, nor is it easy to comprehend by what law of projectiles It is
made to take the singular directions
that it frequently does. 1 have seen a
native throw one so as to make it go
forty or fifty yards horizontally and
not mure than four feet from the
ground, it would then suddenly dart
into the air to the height of fifty or
sixty yards, describe a very considerable curve and finally fall at bis feet.
In all cases, no matter how thrown,
the boomerang keeps turning with
great rapidity, like as if on a pivot,
making a loud, whizzing noise all the
How They  Lived  In  Ihe Middle nf the
I_n*(   C en I il ry.
Ill the middle of the last centurj
the crofters in tbe west highlands
Seldom  saw   money  and   never  needed
it.   They erected for themselves huts
mostly built of turf, floored with clay
ami roofed with heather. Tbey kept
a few cattle, gnats and sheep, whicb
grazed at will on the open billsijc
and provided them with milk and
wool. They lived a truly simple life,
and their needs were few. They grew
oats for their own fond and potatoes,
which formed their other chief article
of diet. Tea was an unknown luxury, It was liy no means uncommon
to find jiersons who bad never tasted
it. Wheaten bread bad never been
seen iu tiluse parts. Their clothes
were made from the fleeces of theii
own sheet), spun and woven by the
good wives during the long white!
nights and dyed from the simple dyes
made from the lichens which grew on
the stems of trees or on the bowlders
of rock in the neighborhood, Thc
whisky they drank came from secret
stills on the hillside and had never
paid excise. The nearest par:.-'.
church was often many miles away.
No school was there fu- the children.
Very few of them. Indeed, could read
or write. Still fewer had ever heard
a word of English spoken. Their spir
Itual needs, however, were nut nog
looted, for they received constant via
its from tbe "men." as they wen" call
ml, who ba 1 constituted themselves the
spiritual guides of their neighborhood
-Blackwood's Magazine.
OIU   Time   1 InliKiiiars.
An act of ill" time of Queen Eliza-
beth ordained thai vagrants were lo be
"stripped from the middle upward and
whipped till ib" body i- bloody." Four
pence each was the recognized charge
made by the "whipman" for every
male ami female vagraut who passed
through his bands, but on special oi ca-
slons this sum was exceeded. Says the
constable's a".-omit of Gn at Staughton,
Huntingdonshire: "May, 1001. Paid III
charges taking up n distracted woman,
Timber Notices P
Notice is bereby given ihat 30 days
after dale I intend lo apply to the
Hon. chief Commissioner Of Lands
and Works for a special license to cut
and carry away timber from the following described lands, situated on
Kildala Arm. Coast District, B.C.
No. 7���Commencing at a post planted about one mile from the head of
Kildala Arm. on the south hank of the
Arm, running as follows: Si) chains
south, SO chains east, SU chains north
to shore, then along shore to point of
N'o. x���Commencing at a post planted about one mile up Fall creek, on
the east bank of creek, running as
follows: SO chains east, so chains;
soulh, sn chains west, more or less, to
creek, then along creek to point oi
No. ii���Commencing al post planted
aboul one mile up Fall Creek, on east j
bank of creek, joining No. B claim on'
west line, running as follows: 1 GO
chains south, 10 chains west, 160
chains north, I" chain- east I" point
of commencement.
Nn. 10���Commencing a', posi planted
aboul I miles up Dala River from i..:
mouth, on ibe north bank of river,
then running as follows: i" chains
we.-;, so chains north, 120 (hains east,
���in chains south, more or less, l.o river,
then along river to point of commenc
No. 11���Commencing at post planted
about ii miles up from ihe mouth, on
ihe north bank of Dala River, running
as follows: in chains north, SO chainsl
east. 40 chains north and SO chain-
east, In chains South, mor" or less, to
river, then along river to poinl of com
No. 12���Commencing at a post plained aboul four miles up from the mouth
of the Dala River, on south bank,
running as follows: 40 chains east, 10
chains north, 120 chains east, 40
chains north, more or less, to river,
then along river to point of commencement.
No. 13���Commencing at a post plant
ed about one mile from tin.' head of
Kildala Arm, on south bank, running
as follows: 40 chains soulh, 10 chains
wesi. io chains south, in chains west,
tn chains north, 4U chains west, 4u
chains north, more or less, to shorrj,
then along shore to point of commencement.
No. 14���Commencing at a post planted about one-half mile from the head
of Kildala Arm, on the north ban:;,
running as follows: 40 chains north,
in chains easl, lu chains soulh, 12"
chains east, 40 chains south, 120
chains west to shore, then along shore
', to point of commencement
No. 15���Commencing at a post planted about one mile up from the mouth
of the Dala River, on east bank, running as follows: 80 chains east, 40
chains north, 40 chains east, 40 chains
north, 10 chains easl, In chains north,
more or less, to river, ihen along river
to point of commencement.
No. in���Commencing at posi planted
at the montb of Dala River. Coasl District, on west bank, running as follows: lo chains west, mi chains north,
120 chain.- east, in chains south, more
or less, to river, then along river to
point of commencement.
No. 17���Commencing a; a post plant-
<��� I on tin- wesl bank or the Kittimat
Arm, about twelve miles south of Kit-
timal Indian Village, opposite Goal
! dand, a' mouth ol Kildala Arm, running   .is   follows:    in chain-   north,   1"
- Farms For
Investors,   Investigate
20 acres water front, 660
ft. on Fraser River, 800 ft.
on Brunette, just above the
can factory, Sapperton.
Price $10,000, $2000 cash,
bai. at 7 per cent. The only water front on the market this side of the river
within the city limits.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00, half cash, balance easy.
ISO acres, Maple Ridge, Sections JJ8,
L'li and ::_. Township '.', one-half prairie, rest brush and -ome small trees.
Ibices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section -'.'. $60 per acre; Section 28, $53
per acre.    Telephone  al   Hammond;
telegraph   Stati '11.    l'i:-   River   Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
67 acres. Hornbj Ranch, Ntckomekl,
house co.-t $2,500 when built, jn acres
cleared.    Price onlj   $2.CC0, ha!:' cash.
balance ea-;,
160 acre, good fai m 1 md in Dela.
about "ij miles from river, near Scot!
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
Three   acre-
Mead-.   5-25.
North  Arm road, ne ir
Four and a half acres in Lo1 383,
half way between Port Mood, ani
Westminster Junction, fee- <��n Port
Moody road.    Only $125 ner acre.
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per aere.
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. Apply to D. Fraser. Abbots- ���
10 acres near  above,  $7  per  acre; j
see us for fuller particulars.
150 acres improved land, buildings
and sh"ds complete, near Cloverdale:
all under cultivation. $15,000. If you
.���in handle this, don't delay; it's a
bar:; iiu; lerms can be arranged.
138 aire-. 100 acres pr ilrl -. .8 acres
high land, four-roomed house, i.i. :���..
chicken house, all fenced, nexl to the
Hampton dair;. falrm, -'_ miles from
Hammond, $40 per acre. Don't miss
10') acres, township 11, .-������ tl in 1".
iwo miles from For* Langley; 5 acrea
sl ished, $1,000, one-third cash.
l'i" acres, Langle;. 25  ���;. I ir culti...
tion;   ho ise,   barn,  she Iy  etc, all  in
goo I   repair;   a  snap   it   $3,000.  b iIf
Very Special
160 acres, Westminster
district, 40 ac. under cultivation, 10 ac. orchard, 3-4
ac. strawberries planted
this year, alder oottom
land, running spring, house
18x22, frame barn 30x32,
14 post frame house and
cow stables, 3 in all, stable
8 cows and 2 span horses,
near Mission station,
schools, churches near at
hand, steamer lands twice
a day.about 100 ac.timber,
fir and cedar, never been
logged, $2000 refused for
standing timber, carriage
house 16x24. hen house
made of hewed timber laid
in mortar, 12x30, a chance
of a lifetime, $8,000, $4000
cash, bai. at 6 per cent.
160 acres, all fl TI
ready for <'u tu ;, nenc4
water,   half 3f'^
school, all readv or  J?
vation, at Chilliwack J
per acre. ' *'*
161 acres n Su iy, ne ir l'.ro-.v q &
Coultha I litch, $7 per acre, good
terms ill land -; see us for par-
tic ilars.
SO a rea of I in i :: -ar Sutherlan I .-
mil';, in Surrey: good house. 6 acres
cleared; only $1,000, easy terms.
*'|r:' acres' :       ���     Lakeiio
acre. ���""
, 1::v"'""',,;        '����� H,
don, B.C.,  To   ..    .
drained and fenced; houses
of 12.500; good , | ,*"
price $50 per acre, |,     ,.. .
<o sui, purchaser it 6   ������  ,.v
son for selling, the owner's wife
had health, and
climate     \ , ,i        ���,  ,...w,.
bo   [ ud.
160   icres, N.l
ship   1".    I. ,
Prii ��� $i..oo.
at 7 pe   cent.
16. acn     Corpi ....
'  ;    :  "     :;: 12.000.
I 30 a ju .....
mile   fron      ..... $-n    .. r
i,;"   icres, si ,lr,.-..|
i" _. mile   froi    ������ ��� ���   ��� .
al I".- bottom, $1,200, hal     ib
Ten acre- in Loi (63, one mil.J
of W".-1 miii tei ..  vy jjj]
Ily ele ired.   $30
Houses For
20 lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1100 cash.
1.2-storey bouse, corner of Sixth
street and Eighth avenue, 0 rooms,
brick chimney, all papered inside an 1
painted, full -size lot, 00 x 132, floors
covered with new oilcloth.    Price $950.
House on Brantford -'reet, rents %V.,
per month. Will sell i'or $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, balance easj,
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terms to be arranged.
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
Double tenement house, 6 rooms in
each house, water, light, full size lot,
between First and Second street.
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at 6 per cent.
Five cottages on Firs' street, opposite Queen's park    Price $7,000.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end. Close to ear. 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.
Don't Miss
8-roomed House,all modern improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth St.
and Agnes, $5000, one-
half cash. A comfortable
home and good family residence'.
A Snap
2-storied Ik mse. . room
bath, sew< r connects
all modern improvema
splendid locality, $28'
Terms arranged.
Two-storey hou-". ita ���'.-. chicken
house, two fall sized lots, all modern
Improvements, '.laird street, between
f" irth    aud     Fifth    av        $2,250,
$1,500 cash;  good .-nap.
House on Royal  and Eighth   street,
��� -.vo   -:���<.:���������, s,   seven   r ioms,   full  :-iz ��� I
lot,  $2,000.
House, 10 rooms, 1% lots, near
Fourh avenue and Seventh Btreet,
$2,000.   Terms r.in be arranged.
I. .. ��� an 1 :': i sized lot, 0 rooms,
on i1, Ince i sl reel. near Six'h avenue,
good  gai len, fruit trees, only $950.
Eign ��� 'ii ��� I h ns" . all modern
conveniences, in Carnarvon street and
S i  a        let, two stoi'-ys. $3,750.
i: iui e an 1 l it on Agnes street, two
-���ore;-,, seven rooms; a real snap at
c im ��������� if Slxl a reel au l Fourth
aven i i, house and .-even lots, orchard
:. a:    tre ���-. i" ��� . $3,100. half cash.
Large I it   in i  two collages on C >
liimi.ia ..tre.". Sapperton.   Both ren"'!
| at <l i ri :h
House, corni -I
Six;b street, one        two itt j
room-, $2,500. tl
ii . irdlng ' * '���
street,  one   bio      n m   . nl
, i-'er* ai * I ��� per month,   i "Ml
-"������V"ii roomed s ��� :*
1 near  Fifth avi n " 1
sized lot, $1,600.
House an I full size!      ��� -j
Twelfth   streel   and   Fourth
$800. 114 stor
House,  eighl  rnu
��� eet,     irm     I     th   ItM)
House,   full ��l
street,  Sa;. ..��� ��� ' ���
tn .ii'h.    Onlj   $1,050.
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broke|
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Flre Assurance Co. of London.
(notice or
watchiug ber nud whipping Iier nest  chains west, 10 chains north, 10 chain
day. S shillings �� pe ."   After whip- ,��� cha)ng |i,|,.,1|   ,��� chalns eas.
!-:v. ���::a.:**:':*.'","::.HZ'l '*;���  DISSOLUTION Of PARINfRSHIP
...                       i               ,  i i   .... i      No. 1 ^    Commencing al a posi plant-
letter   recommending   constables   nnd | 	
,,.i _ ������,,, I,. .... ,.i ��� i'i. ., ��� ti,. i m *'��� I  aboul   20 chains  south   of  posi  of      	
others   io t>   a- ' .1.I....I..i    is tm   law                                                      ' Notice is hereb;  given thai   he pari
nermlts" (laim No.  li. running as follows:   |0
1 ' .   . ... nership heretofo        ihsisting bet. n
chains west, 80 "bain.-: son- h, i I chain -
Tim mi__'< i.v��                                   _.               ,    .     i   . '���'������ 'he   inde         id, as plumbers, hulk   Mum �� i....                     west| ag cnain       ,  th,  10 en,uns east, . ,                                  '
It  will  probably  bo news  to most ,������, ,   ., ,        ,                     .    ,              mlths   and     en ral   hardware  mer-
'           ���       ,, then  along    shore   :���>   poinl  ol    cam
people io bear tha   nidiim-nin-v trace; chants,  In  the clt;   n   New We tmin
���        , .   ,              . .                   , mencenieiii.
oi a third eye exlsl among all verto 8ter,   B.C.,   inde    the   firm   nun
brute*. Including man.   In the human N"  '''   Commencing  '   ��� . ' ' Plant
race the third eye forms pari  of the   '''' ab ne-wflle up from the mourn
Bank of Montrea
Land Registry Act
Incorporated   by   acl   ot   parii ,;
pineal gland, a small muss nboul  the  "'   "''''t' Creek, on   Devastation ''ban
size of a pen ill almosl ibe very "enter   md.  situate,! aboul   elghl   miles  BOUth
"'   He Uo' IM, Group l i ex epl two parts |
Hardman .. B      m, has this da     e m
conveyed), .V"v  \\ ���   ti     D
dl   olved   ���   in ;' u il    in eni. .lame- 3
Brj son   having   taken    iver  I he
��� net.
A   Certifies
CAPITAL  (ALL paid up)   	
Rt. Hon.  Lord Strathcona an I   M iuu!   Royal,   G
Q   Hon"   il
lion,   sir  i;.  A.   Drummond   	
E. S. Clouston Vlco Pre     enl   and   General
c. ft
p II :',;
Ifl   "���'
,,,,,��� ,. ���. , of In ���      isi de   Title
of   the   brain.     Possibly,    therefore, ol Kildala Arm, running as follows; 10
there  was  mon iuai truth  In  the chains eaBt, 80 chains north, 10 chains Persons  having   inj   claim againsl   '���> the above propertj   will be Issued
well   known  expression   "the   mind's ���lst, .���, chaln8 north) 80 chains west, ''"' ::,ii ,:1 "���" are hereby required fo   to Rhoda  McKame;   on the 29th  day |        Branches in all the principal clu. i In Canada, In Lob*"1
General banking business transai
eye" than its originator dreamed of.
A   l)lN|irrN.--.
A street preacher iu a west of Scotland town complained to a passing policeman about being annoyed by a part
of the audience nnd asked him to remove tho obnoxious ones. "Weel, yel
.ee,"  replied the cautious officer,    it  P||rchaS6   NotlCC
120 chain.-   south,  to poinl   ol com   t)resen! the same with full particulars of December, 1906, unless in the mean-1 ���   ,   ���.."             ,""' "'.""'"' "'   '                 ,���������. tn all Pirtl
mencemem to the said J. S. Bryson, who has as-    ,            .      ,             ,         ,        ,    York, Chicago, and St. John'* Nfld., and correspondents m
""'"-"' ,    ,,  ,. ,.,. . time a valid objection thereto be made
Locate i \ov  5  l'lnr ] sinned  all  liabilities, ,m i  Intends   to                                                               i world.
Locator, WM. MOODY, D.D.S.,    'r,"Ty '"' the 9aId business under the M* "", ln wrltlns by :l per30n "'   !"'" |
Per Frani Vandal! I firm name of Bryson & Sons. sons  claiming  an  estate or  interest.
New   Westminster,   B.C.,   19th t>'o- therein, or in any part thereof,
vemher, 1906,
Wit:ie.,.;  .1. p, Hampton  Hole, _.o'.i-      ... ...
Nov. _ I, 1906,
Would in- a hanl job for me tae spot
them, but I'll tell ye what I'd dae if ij
were   .vou."    "What   would   you   do?"'     Notice is hereby given that 60 days;
-ugcriy  Inquired ihu preacher.   "Just after date  I intend  applying to  the  citor-
ga round wi'the hati" j Chief   Commissioner   of   Lands   and;
works for permission to purchase i    U/ocI'minch. r  Imii WnrLc
following  described   land,  situated at I mWUIIIII-HLI     HUH    ffUllw
I!'." mouth of the  Kildala  river. Coast
district; Commencing at a post mark-   (;|:M'���i'r1' M v
id  W.   M.'s   N.   E   Corner   planted   on
District Registrar of Titles.
Lan l   Registry   Office,  New   West-1
minster, B.C., 21sl  November, 1906.
ITI nance.
Many words of mosl august sound
prove to bo of quite commonplnce nn-
cestry ���when traced to their origins.
"Finance" Is really only -'settling up."
Tae person or persona having in their
custody  or   possession  the   following
Literally, it is just "ending" and was I the south bank Of the Kildala river
formerly used in thnt very simple at the mouth, running as follows: 40
sense in the English language. Then ej,alM S1)���lh, 10 chains west, 40
It came to signify settling up. witli a
creditor and acquired tho special sense
of ransom.
ship rmithino, hkiij.__- and
chains north to the shore line, thence I     Ornamenmi   iron   work,   including
Fences   Ories, Flre Escapes, et.c.
following  shore line  to  place of com
mencement, containing 16 acres morn:     Mall orders and correspondence in
Very l>��-i-r>.                           or  less. ''Ited.
Platter   Vour boy,  1 bear, is a deep      Aug.  27, 1906. ||_r_,| IIVJ   DFm
student.    Popley���He's always at the                      Locator, W. MOODY. JOlirN   KC1U,
bottom of his class, if that's what ynu            Pf... KRANK VANDAL, Agent. BEOB1K B'l'KHiBil.
moan.                                                        Oct. 24, 1906. '.(�����  Westminster.               f.
Title D Is relating to the said prop-
ihink ANU,__rM(iINB  erty ai'e requested to deliver the ham..
I to tii" undersigned;
L2th   December,  1893���Robert   Oran-1
:*rif -   ri*K..I.   DION      .MM.K.        | V'ille  M''1*"'?'"'.'-' to Thomas  Robert   Mc-
Kamey, conveyance in  fee.
Ban Istei i, Solicitors, etc., New Wes
minster, !'..''.
Shingle and SW
Mill Machine^
New Westminster. B. C. -r_vr.
M   NOV   ��   '9D6-
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.   G.  DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hasting Street, West. Vanco
lins & Steamers
ri X. W. ".'.   '.
,. w   *        ar. Seattle 15.50.
....   ���    2.-0   ar. N. W. 18.41
'..   -       10.35, 15.40, 17 35
i '..   .    ;   11. 15, 16.40, 18.40.
,'. ..i'i a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
IW. 4.35 ] u..; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
1, W, 4:  V -VANCOUVER
|W.    p. m, and 9:55 p. m.
ncoDver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
I',  v,'. 9:35 am.;   ar. Guichon
.... bon  2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
I Hi ;-__ _ '. p. m.
pa.6 o_!y.
New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
m, and every half hour there-
. i* p. Hi.
*.__...v.r  for WestoiJosttr at'
^ser River and Gulf
I N. W. Mon. Wed. Frld. 8 a.m.
Chwk, Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
i -V Vv*. Tu., Th��� Sat. 8 n.m.
j Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
I-V W. dally, ex. Sat. e_*l Sun..
ISatui   .    2 p.m,
jtrii', Monday, 5 a.m.
] ���-'���        m, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m. I
pril S iturday, 5 p.m.
J N'.W , Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
I Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close.   Ri  ��� Ivi .'..
'���    S in      7.45 a.m     e.40 p.m.
7.45 a :ia  .1 L35 a.m.
7.45 a.m.   9.00 a.m.
���   ���
15 a.m.   3.30 p.m.
' ���".:;:.       2.00 |i 111.
u a ���:     . 00 a.m.
��� in.   1.15 p.m.
'������ 10 ���'.:::.  11.00 ii.ci.
S.   S.   Tees
1st,   71 cf ea      month, foi
Claoquol  an     .  - ,        .
to Ahouset, Q ists :.     Cape Scotl an .
���-.ay ports.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westminster  tn   Mon
day,   Tuesday,  Wednesday,   Thursday
Lml   Friday  ai  2   p in. and  Saturday
at 2 p. m. with additional nip on Mon-
1 day at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday ?.:
7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. addiliona*
irip Saturday 5 p. m.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   We.-tminster.  S   a.   m,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Cbilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
; Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
j landings between New V^tminster
'and Chilliwack.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at . p. m., 2nd
and 10th of each montb, enlling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time cm arrival and
departure  are approximate.
For reservations and Information
call or address
Ffi   GOUIj"ET,
Agent, New Westminster,
Asst. Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
("teneral  Suii.r'ntendent.  Victoria
'Jen   Anel   Fretgiil Deirt.,
Ww Wostrainster.
Great Northern Ry. j j Northern Pacific
Time Table
V. W. & Y. RY
Canadian Pacific
Daily ; nkw Daily
If.-Dam,Blaine,  Belling- SfCO pm
4:35 pm ham      Hurling-. :55pm
'ton,   Mt.   Ver-I
jnon,     Everett,!
Seattle and
4:36 pm Spokane,      St.]3:00 pm
.Paul    and    all
points East.      I
9.20 am Anacortes, |8:00 pm
Woolley,     and]
o:e(i pm Vancouver 19:20 am
9:55 pm |4:85pm
Lv. N'ew Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. m, Ar. Guichon
6 p. m., Monday, Wednesday,
S:45 a. no. ar. from Guichon,
9:30 a. in. Lv. for Vancouver.
Route of the Tamous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Haul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth. Chicago, St.
Louis and  all  points East.
Per complete information
rales, berth reservation, etc..
call on or address,
F   C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New  Westminster,  B. C
P. O. YERKES, A. (5. P. A_
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-1
pean points.
Special    Reduced    Rate*    Round   Trip'
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
0. E. LANG. General Agent,
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B. C.
Portland. Ore. \. Q,    A
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
The only railway running through
bIi epers and tourisi oi rs. Best equipment
Train tor Seal tie le.1 ves at S 30 n.m.
Eastern Express at 15.40.
For raies,   reservations   and 11
particulars apply io-
C, P. R. Agent,
New Wes: in i.
E.   J.   COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
������     :    ' .   .   ���
Spokane falls & Northern Hy. Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
I       '   "   ���     .
N Pacific Railway Co.
HI  C-
������ - ��� .
���1 Coast  tire
;: Line Service.
I ��� thoul notice).
I ���  Vancouver
Jan, 9, 1907;
' I'. !l   11    .   .,,
' Victoria.
dally at 1   p. m.
[A   mew   Westminster'
ween City.
���   al 7 a. m
The only all rail route between all
points cast, west and south to Ross
land. Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N, Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points,
Connects at Meyers Falls wilh
stage '''li'y for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spoksfne and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November    ro,
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
i_\_-5 p.m Rossland  |.io p.m,
0.40 a.m Nelson  6-45 I,m
s- S. Joan
��� v excetu Rat-
I 30 p, m, sat.
Dr.  II. li. Brown, V.S . a graduate
or ilie Ontario Veterinarj Sel I, will
ta in New Wesi min te evi 1 Friday
and Saturday, ami will examine your
hoi ���    fn b of charge,
DR.  H.   D,   CROWN,  V.S.
Eight Trains Every Day m the Ye_r
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
I nbodies the newest ami beai ideal
and LUXURY. It 1- lighted with
1 ��������� electricity and gas; the mosl
ntly illuminated nam in the
world. The equipmi nl ci nsists of
pi . ate compartmi nt car., Man.lard
10 lection sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chaii cat j (seal free),
modern day co ches and buffet, li
brarv ami smoking cars.
Fi r Time Tables,  folders, or anj
further information call on or write
���7jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Ami all lhe principal bu ill aacenteraof
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
Tor Time Tables, etc., addrea.
GEO. W. VA'jX.
Asalatanl Gen'l Passenger.and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, IH.
FAIRBANKS.     Daily  trains   (excepi
Sunday')    carrying    passenger.,    mail,
express    and    freight    connect    with
Stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
For information apply to
I.   H    ROGERS,  Traffic   M.nagei
Vancouver.   R   C
'The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago. "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limite-d"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in tbe world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago. Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining ear-; on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H   S. ROWE, General Agent.
i.u Third St., co. Alder. Portland, Or
.nm.   llnlrlc.    Va,:.   Purine: Hi*.  Exile
hi   Sl,   Helena,
There was recently sold In London,
the Inst book ol accounts ot Napoleon
at si. Helena, fn ... ISIS to IS 1. 'Ihc
expenses are classified hy month and
were kepi by Pierrou, the ex-emperor's
ma I tre d'hotel, with entries by Mo-..:
There are manj corrections In pen..1
by the august exile himself, for h.
verified nil the accounts nnd changed
I-itglisli nnmey. where it was used, into
francs. Some of the entries nre highly
Interesting. Thus. 0.1 Aug. 15, IMS,
the fete of the emperor, here is one hj-
Montholon: "Artificial flowers. ��5. Ki-
trnordiiiary expenses, ��1 6s."
Napoleon's  resources nt   St.   Helena
were very modest, lint his tradesmen,
as  regarded their prices, never forgot
that  lie   was  an  emperor   though  nn '���
exiled  onc.    Among  other   occupations
to while away the time that hung sc
heavily ou liis hands.  Napoleon  went
In for gardening;, and among the ea- .
tries arc found    "Four watering cans.
��1 Ss : 'J pairs 01  pinners. ��3; 2 iim
t-   U's"    prices   which   look   ns   if   (lie
exile was simply regarded as a subject
for fleecing.   "Por mending the empi 1
or's bed"  ��'J is charged
Toward the end of his life Napoleon's
nourishment consisted almost entirely
of chickens, pigeons, and eggs, and
there are numerous entries for medl
oines. in March. 1821, for Instance,
thirty bottles of sirup, one ense of
prunes, two cases of Burgundy plums;
lu April, ten bottles of sirup, ei;*.' dozen or.-u.igcs. eight dozen lenio'.s.���Lon
don <_Io:)-
A contributor 1 > the "Transactions of
the Devonshire association" says thai
when he came to n certain place us
vicar lie asked whether there were
auy sir!; to be \ i.-i.c.l.
"Oh, no, sir!" was the answer.
"Nobody is ever ill In l'o.ryniirKir
There is an old man. to be sine, over
ninety, who has taken lately to his bed.
but there hain't much the matter with
hlm  tli.it   I  know ef."
������I thought 10 myself," added the
vicar, "oi the story of the Scotchman
who said to his doctor;
" 'Ve pu' a vara long face, doctor.
D'ye think I'm dangerously ill'.-"
France  and Spain  Decide to  Maintain
Warships  ar.d   Men   at
Pans. Nev. 25.���The measures
which Fiance and Spain have agreed
to take together, on account of an
archy ln Morocco, have been mide
public. They are strictly precautionary, and are designed solely to nen
ihe requirements of an emerge. :y
and to safeguard the lives and property of foreigners at Tangier. Ponding the formal policing of tho ports
of Morocco, to be undertaken upon
the ratification ol the International
agreemenl reached al Algeclras, each,
power will maintain warships at Tangier, and be prepared to land a total
1 f 3,000 men. ll is distinctly understood thai this ] im movemenl wi'l
nol assume the nature of an occupation, and the mission of the troops is
limited "to safeguarding and re-estah
llshing the authority of ihe pasha a.
Tangier, as against Raisull."
"'Na,  nn.' was iho reply.    1  don't
think yo're dnugerol sly ill. bill  I  tii    ..
ye're dan rer msly o] I' "
"S NEST. AN "__��"f 8] ES"���
���".ne 1  ( : '.
H. Pair I EMPI
Ti avel In thi       111 lei
i!     Is    lhe   quil la     '.      a a     I     .  Ud
. . onoi .ii a      1 -   m Bl  ���'  ; : . i 1 ���
aud   l     i ith.    Fi ���     .
ap, Ij   to
C.  P.   R.  AGENT.
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hoys
Voting breeding stock of pi l_e n 11
: 11 . animals.   Come r.n 1 Bee or wrlti
: lephone.
Telephone ���' L76.
Something  WrofiR*.
Hotel Proprietor (to his wlfel -Maria,
you bavcn'l soil! Untl man In N'o !.'
his bill yel Maria uh. res 1 have
my    dear      Ilnfel    Proprietor   Thai ���
odd.    I ran slill hear him singing hap
pUj    1 en,imi World.
"Owl" Train.
An "owl" train from New Wesl minster to Seattle and vice versa is to
be pul on bj the Greal northern very
shortly, This will no a convenience
whicli thi travelling public has not anticipate:!. F. c, Meyers, agent of the
Urea: Northern, stated yesler,lay to
the Dallj News thai the service would
be effective on Dec. B,
The train will leave New Wesimin-
Bter 11.56 p.m. dally, arriving al Seal
tie ai 7 a.m. The time of departure
Irani Seattle and arrival here will he
the garnet '',H> trains will carry two
ol the most modern and up-to-date
first-class Bleepers, one running from
Vancouver to Seattle, picking up an
"the: Bleepei al Belllngham, The
j berth rate td be charged will be $1.63
from N'.w Westminster. This addi
llonal train will make regular stops al
all agency stations-.   The operation of
leeping cai s <m  local  runs is an on
tlrelj  new departure, and the placing
of iiii   additional train In servli e will
l��' n greal 11 on for the travelling pub
li give ��� 1 ne an idea of how the
a eiigri business to and rrom the
Soiin i has Ini lease, as this will maki
three trains operated oul of here dally
.��� ' ,  1... :���  Northei
W. IN. Draper
li. C. Land
tllard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
(Plain Tips)
Turkish Cigarettes
1 5c per box.
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f."-_ets.  New  Westminster, b.  C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
Transiei. display advertising, 10
CJUtb per ine nonparlel) 12 lines to
the trie:? F.��e cents per line tor
pn se,,, ent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
Pure salt is ju.t as important as
pure waler or pure milk.
is absolutely pure and never cakes.
that    the    Dominion
amended   as   soon   as
diiection proposed.
regulations   be
possible in  the
Wednesday, Nov. 28th
cents tier line.
For   time   contracts.
.���...  Did it never occur to the hypercriti-
.-ents per Hue, brevier or nonpariel, 10 j pa] Dai]v N(?ws tl).a ..., Btatement of
fact" may be made for "political pur-
special   positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
(ound, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. No advertisement taken fcr
:��s. than 25 cents.
Day Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
IN* -
MONDAY, NOV. 26, 1906.
Very nicely put, but hardly to the
point. The Daily News founds its political discussions on statements of
fact, and to that extent uses them for
political purposes; bul the Colonist. Ill
the article we criticized, set "a statemenl made for poiiticai purposes"
over againsl "a statement of fact." as
If ii recognized an essential difference between ihem. We are glad 10
' Infer, from the paragraph quoted
above .ilia: our venerable contemporary Is coming to a better sine ri
Jerry from Kerry
Prices-75c   and   50c.
11 lory,
lumbian, Mr
lasi   Friday
in the   reporl
McBride,  In
night    sai I,
in  the  I' i-
liis   Speech,
Under the
resoluti m which he (McBride) coul 1
not accept, liritish Columbia w ml I
have gol .115,000 more. Though 165
larger than P. B. I., it would have received only $-15,000 more than it." In
the lirst place. Mr. McBride voted for,
not again, the resolution which he describes. Instead of refusing to accepl it. he supported it. In the second
place, what has the comparative size
ot British Columbia and Prince Eld-
ward Island to do with the question?
The resolution related to the general
readjustment of existing provincial
subsidies, apart altogether from any
question of special claims, and without prejudice to those claims, This
general readjustment wa.s on lhe existing basis���ihe basis adopted in the
constitution���which is population, nor
square miles. Having, ut Ottawa, consented to this, Mr. McBrlde exposes
himself to very unpleasant criticism
by now talking as he does. More than
Ihat, his talk about square miles
raises at once the question of Ihe
manner in which the natural wealth
of the Province has been administer-
Burgess, Do.m of Columbia
New Vork. was recently inns "Roosevelt" professor of
American history at the University of
Berlin, and has made some statement -
in an interviewer iim'. have aroused
comment on this side of the Atlantic.
He holds thai the Monroe doctrine aud
Protection (with the big P) are antiquated and senseless. Commenting on
'his, the Montreal Witness remark.--:
A.s for protection, Professor Burgess
has jusl said what every educated
economist anywhere in the world
would say. The doctrine of protection '
involves always and everywhere unwarrantable privilege and false economy."
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug; Store.
Thursday, Nov. 29th
The Cleanest, Funniest, Wittiest
and Most Successful Comedy
Ever Produced.
Pretty Girls!   Elaborate
New Songs!
Sole Agents for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The  Leadmgjhoejjj
Seats on sa
and   50c.     Gallery,
at Ryall's Drug Store.
Property   on   Carnarvon   Street   to  be
Cleared and  Large Structures Erected.
WANTED���Board and room, bj young
man; must be moderate. Box 1,
Daily News office. 223-3
The Wood Stave Pipe Co. will start
. | to-day to clear the land for their pro-
ed, and Mr. McBride cannot afford to'posed new places of business, on Car-
lac*'' fair discussion of that point. His
talk on Friday night, if his organ reports his correctly, was worse even
lhan silly clap-trap; it was misleading.
It was differenl when the hon. gentleman came to speak of financial affairs. There he was absolutely "frank
and can,lid," sn far as one ma; judge
from the Columbian's report. True,
his claim thai large increases in the
'���ate ol taxation had helpe 1 the Indus-
s of the countrj was ri liculous
enough, hui that  . mall mal    i in
comparison with his honi i avowal
thai the financial poli j of the , ouni
had been dictated bj the b inking interests, The Daily News feels thai he
has, in making thai admission, done
it a peculiar kindness, sei in >, that
this paper has put in the fore,.onl of
Its Indictment of the Government, the
babyish Incompetence displayed in
handing over the Province to the
banking Interest, Eight years ago,
when the business pari of .N'ew Westminster lay in ruins, the city had i >
face a somewhat similar situation, but
II refused to be held up.
Summarizing the speech, il musi be
divided into two par'-, that which re-
i ites to better terms, and thai which
relate i  to  the general   policy of the.
As to  better terms,  there Is really
i '  ��� onl rovrsj.    The   w hole   question
there   is   the  absurd   conduct   of   Mr.
McBrid ��� himself, at Ottawa, when he
meed oul and banged the door.
As   to  general   policy,  the  key  to
thai Is found In the Premiei'.   "frank
an l candid" admissii n, thai the Gov
ernmenl  ba-- meekly follow,, i the dii
tates of the large  financial inten _te
which desire thai the natural wealth
of the country be handed over to ihem
for exploitation, wn.,e the support of
the administration ls  provided for by
general taxation.    Such a policy  will
bring results which can, for a time, be
cited a.s indications of prosperity, before the  burdensome  legacy of debt
and taxation makes itself Btrongly and
generally felt,
narvon street, in the rear of the Royal
City   mills,  and  immediately   west   of
the new Vulcan Boiler works building.
They   will erect -a  main  building  13S j
Ieet   long and   68   feet   deep,  with   an
upper storev 70 x so.    There will  be
no pillars throughout the building,and
ihe roof   will   be   built  on   the   truss
principle.    The   working   department
will occupy the centre of the building,
and   for  that   purpose a  room   Is   x Tn
will be reserved.   In the machine room !
an  v.  horse power boiler will  be in-
tailed, and will provide the steam for
>   powerful  engine.    The    machinery
will  all  be of the most  up-to-date description.    Th" huge  mud sills  which
will form the foundation will be her"
to-morrow.   A laim- drj   kiln will lie
built, large enough to handle the estimated outpul  for the next  five years.
The C.P.R. is running a switch to th
I remises, and will cross the B.C.I-:.lb
at  a   poinl   in tlie  rear of the  Royal
City   mills office.    This   when   com-
|)h ted will traverse both 'he back and
lr ii.:  of ihe building, providing unexcelled   advantage i   ilong   the   line  i I
shipping facilities,
When ready for busi :e .. : he firm
will employ all skilie! labor, which
. will mean the payment of 1 u-ge sva ;
which will directlj benefil thi. eii;..
Tlie company will spend in building
and i quipment, as a start, aboul $10,-
000. The work of construction will
ipei Lnt< a le i by '.'. Turnbull, of
this city.
WANTED���A cooper who understands
distillery work. Apply A. T. Morrow, B. C. Distillery, N'ew Westminster.
WANTED - Smart   Boy.;
Apply Beaver Cigar Factory.
MRS. DOMINY, proprietress of the
Arrow Press Job Prlntery, having
engaged a practical printer, begs 'o|
thank the public for their kind | al
ronage, which she hopes will be continued.
LOST ��� Between Leopold place an 1
Fourth avenue and Eighth Btreet,
large amethyst, brooch with diamond setting in center. Finder will
he rewarded. Apply B. Goulet. C.
P. R. station.
W. R. Gilley, 'Prione 1-iMfc
Dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement]
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents H. C. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
Local agents Vancouver Cortland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Bq|
���Phone 1-H
Sauei... a il
for   sale   al    Relchen-
Heavyweicjr.t Sluggers.
Xew Vork, N'ov. 25.���A fistic haul
for the heavyweight championship of
the w-orbi is scheduled for Thanksgiving day at Los Angeles, bei ween Philadelphia Jack O'Brien and Tommy
We prim this morning thai part of
the fishery commission's recommendations which relates to Fraser river.
The pans omitted ure, a long preamble whieh merely sivi's an oui line of
the appointment and movements of
the commission, a lew mere details
ami the regulations as to the observance of the close lime by flsh traps
on both sides of the international
boundary, n i.s recommended thai the
latter be amended with the object of
making ihem more effective, ajid that
lhe minimum penalty for violation be
raised from $.*iii io $250, the American
commissioners agreeing to recommend
these points to Ihe Washington legis-
lature.    Another   recommendation   is
F. .1. McKenzie bas boon nominate 1
as lhe Conservative candidate for lhe
Delia district, and will contest tha
seal now held by John Oliver, M.P.P.,
at ihe forthcoming elections. The
nomination was male public at a
gathering of tlie Conservatives of the
district held al Cloverdale on Saturday, when Premier McBrlde made another spread-eagle speech, ami told the
people nil aboul the wonderful work
h." had done I'or lhe province of British Columbia. Mr. .McKenzie is established in business u_ a druggist at
Ladner, ami is well known around the
Delia district, ibb. then, so is lohn
Oliver.  M.P.P,
Our lard is ihe extract of pure ho.;
fat. It is as pure as ii is white. Try
it.   Reichenbach & Co.
Right This Way,
Everybody, For
The Best Shoes
We want you to make this youi' family
headquarters for Shoes   the place you'll
be sure to think of first when Fall and
Winter Shoes are needed.
This requires, on our part, better Shoes
and better values for the money than
you are apt to get at other stores.
We Believe We Have Them
Come and see how well we
fulfill our assertion
Ralph   Connor s   Latest
"Tlie Doctor!
PRICE   $1.25-���AT
Fiook.cllcrs Statior.ers Newsdealers
Growing Appreciation
===== Sugar Curexl
Breakfast Bacon and
Fine, almosl new, well built bouse, huth, I  !V
al -'""'
Columbia St.
Nev/ Westminster, B. C.
Improvement;   flrst-class situation;   two lots;  nea
possession.     Trice low;  lernis easy; e.i p.ire.
81-3 acres in Burnaby, a minutes from 'nm. ,,,
siiioti  I'or anyone contemplating marke  gardening
Easily  cleare,',.    Only $1,300.
Columbia Street, next Bank of Cr.*.""?cl l.PAy
26.  1906.
Distinctive, Refined
ii > of the strong features whieh have during
ke past few days gained for our varied displays the
bqualified approval of dozens of visitors and customers is the element of distinction connected with our
douses. They are pretty, well made and have an air
lif refinement which appeals to persons of taste.
S me are of Fancy Delaine, Flannel, Embroid-
ired Cashmere and French Novelty Goods; in all the
popular colors, at 75c, $1, $1.50, $2.25, $3.50 to $5.
lisses' and Girls' Coats
Nothing iia-  been  left  undone ;' make our greal  assortment  of
I,.. ents tor misses ani girls more emphatically than ever the
lif.- u: their kinil from every viewpoin!   if the customer.
In regard t" values,  we oh'';'   ihn   following   splendid  models aa
|a Ive oi our efforts in   producing   services  le,   sightly   and
_r_i coats   a'   prices within the   ."���������'.   of   the   most    e ononiical
v. .    reduced the price ..l' them, that's a fact, bul we did it be-
Busi  wi    lought far  too many  -so   this   makes  the opportunity   ail
pi   ��� "���:  ��� T you.
5 .��� iur 'nun., by spen ling Sr\ ���. Children's winter coats,
1.75 and $1.95. Coats of Ke-.-. . chevio i, Tweeds, etc $2.25. Big
:: ���' Coats ���: Mebons, Chevi t-. Kei -������ - an i Homespuns, $3.50, $5.50
I. .7.75.
_>. ���  .', ��**
ushion Tops
We have them in variety,- SILK, SATIN,
PLUSH, TAPESTRY, etc. all new designs.
The Very Thing for an Xmas Gift.
����� J. BIRTCH, 275 Columbia Street	
ocal News Briefly Told i j- k ^^ fc te. j
aa | ....
1 hoi   ���    .      i ,];f
���      ol  N'i .   Zea in i
i   last
ich Co.
i    i.. rning  Magisi   ite C ��r-
tnno mce   hi -    lee sion   in
Bro   ���. lihe   case,
lf-  '���'��� Lai  ;.    who i    in the Royal
" reatmenl
'id     ... .. i- rep irted   13 nol
eing quite - ��� veil again yes  i  I.
Saue      1.
telch -.a
Tie- local  Knights  of   P   hia
il I ah at-home in their lo :.:������ r��->��� r 11
���bi- evejaing,   il   -a    ;b   .1      , ��� mem-
and    .���      ��� m    ea ������       te.i
  pi ������ ent.
���   ������ .e      farev ..   ,'
if M Fi 1 ������ .���.: 1 is
1  ��� II 1 to     iend
Offic ;rs   for   the ei irm
��� ii ���:.
Mr. J. R. C001      ir ien
Mr. D. Walk' 1    past six
and a h irs, 1 foui     it the
'���'��� 1 a .hop,   and   vi
pleased to mee
-i      a..'.
'... ��� lo al 1 .P.R engine N'o. 20, the
. a .                     ��� - 1    tniilia   to
equ         - 1 water front, has
ei a taken   iver to Va r repair-.     N      25,   1 nierlj      1 1 be   up-
counl ry r m,  ...������- ;.     ��� ������ i  here in
he ine,mime.
Ste S.i:- i. ��� . he man . 1 _������ 1 with
having passed several bogus cheques
on loca! mei 1 h r.. - i iring tiie past
few weeks, win face the magistrate
in the police 1 an- this morning. Ray
has been identified by several of the
merchants v s 1:11 ..-��� victimized.
Our Iar! is the ���:.: rae: ..' pure ho*?
lat. It is as pure as it. is white. Try
i'.    Reichenbach & Co.
!��� Is expected 'hat in the very near
; ire branch of ihe Canadian labor
parti will be organized in this city.
'I'he grand organizer is expected to
come over from Victoria within the
.a'\    two  or   Ihree   weeks   to   talk  the
m itter over with   the  '.oca!  w irklng-
T ere will  be   1 spei I il  meeting of
Liberals of the city on Thursday
evening next. N'ov. 29, for the purpose
nominating  a  candidate  io repre-
seni them in the forthcoming election.
��� ��� meeting will be held in the Lib-
> : ;      mmittee rooms, an I .1 large at-
; 1111 ����� :- !o iked for.
s : iei i .1 :'    for   -ale   at   Relchea-
In a   football  match  at  the Vancou- '
ver Brockton Point  grounds, the New
Westminster Rovers were defeated 10
'he "ine of ien goals to one hy the
''epics. The game was a disappointment throughout, tiie Celtic-, havins.
tii.. be,- of 'be argument all along the
Commission agents are about to
5tart on a potato buying tour around
ib.- rural districts. The object of the
buyers is to corral all the spuds they
can gei hold of for re-ahlpment 10
New Zealand, where there is a potato
famine. Potatoes there are wholesaling at .I.", a ton and the retail price
��� ��� I puts ihem almost oul of the
I iach .1! the   iver,,4,. man.
'Mr laid is the extract of pure hog
fai It Is as pure as II is white, Try
it.   Reichenbach & Co.
*i'h" keel has jusl I een ! 1; I foi 'ae
iir-' or :i uumber ot large coal barges
which are to be constructed in Crane's
ship yard on Lulu island. Tiie vessel
wi:: 1 ,��� the iir-' <T Its kind to 1 e bui'i
on this coast, ll will be SO fee long
an 1 7 feel deep. The crafi will draw
aboul   >;   tee-   oi   watei.   a,. .   will   ie
> 1 .hi. ,��� carr} Ing 200 ton - of coal.
Mr. Crane al- 1 has a number "i large
scows to build, an.l al tbe presenl
' is a     "ll   nea;  employed in
. ��� .-.nil.
A ; laimani : 11 the labor vote of
Xew Westminster has arisen in the
person of G. s. Raney, who intends
io make a bold bid for a sent in ihe
provincial house at the forthcoming
election. Although his acceptance of
the labor candidature has not yet. been
officially announced, it is known that
a committee has been actively working in his Interests for some time
past, and those who are on the inside
track as regards labor politics are confident that Mr. Raney will make a
good mn for the office of local mem-
Sauerkraut    for    sale    at    Reichenbach's.
About twenty of ihe High school
boys participated in a paper chase on
Saturday morning. Thp hares were
R. McMillan and R. McKenzie. They
started from the school about !i o'clock
and reached home soon after 11. They
went around by the new reservoir by
way of a start; along Wise road to
Twelfth street, where lhe hares laid
some false trails, and doubled Irac-k
along Seventh avenue to Sixth street,
where they were sighted by some of
the hounds and had an exciting chase
back to the school yards, which they
leached tmcaught. At ihe school II.
While entertained his comrades at
lunch, ami a pleasant halt' hour was j
Appoint Committee to  Send   Information  Concerninq   l__cal   Conditions to  Old  Country.
.������- e I
A Letter of Importance.
^ :|y w. have been constantly a.ked if we are selling out, or moving
JSer premises. These enquiries have no doubt been created by the
8 'Pments of furniture leaving 0.:. stores and warehouses daily.
0'we.-!r. not leaving our presnu . .., but we certainly are selling out
I e time), Not w)th any oatchper.ny reductions, but a genuine leglti-
>o"h��d ��f tradin9 whlch we have niade successful by always marking
1       s lower than  the lowest cf  ether furniture houses   in   British   Cj-
|e sh
Dan.   New 3 11a.
:' llsh th      ���' ���   lng:
A  little   whili    1-     the ca
ini in   il   h!    1 ���      ipr ,;;:' !d a '
1     watch  th    agitati in  th U   was
elng carrl ���! on   5   ' certaii ��� In
e wli     ���   ���  : ��� '���'.���'''
co.:.' .   wil "       ' ' : ' '
ihe Run     in     ��� mi I ���       v   the I isi
.. ���    ng  this        ��� ml '" '    "    rted as
'follow s:
"Tha   the       rd of     uie 0
clt;   in  th i province   was  busj
lev! ' ig   wai -   md   m -an 1   ivhere
thai   ol jei:   1 ' ild  1 e   aci        .-a
iva      a to tr.   md in   i mi e the
C.P.R. to give 'i ' he 1 1 rate through I 1
the coast, and also devise ���- ime sys
tern of governmental asslstai i e. The
provincial government Is reported to
he negotiating with the Salvation
Army in regard to bringing in laborers. Mr. Macdonald. the leader of the
opposition, is also reported to have
aimed at a meeting held In the upper
country, that If the Liberals came Into
cower at the forthcoming election
ihey would see thai there would be no
such scarcity of labor In the future as
there had been In th 1 pas'. The committee were therefore of the opinion
ihat notwithstanding the facl that both
parties were so solicitous in regard to
! ' I
those   who  have  commodities  to sell,;
I hj enacting legislation for their protection, both parties seem to be prepared to lake a diametrically opposite
course in regard to the interests of
those who have only their labor to
sell. The committee therefore recommends that they be empowered to
drafi a communication explaining the
local conditions and send the same '
together with some clippings from
he local papers to the leading newspapers of the industrial centres of the
��� : i .. ountry."
Is your Winter Overcoat still unbought ? Why
do you wait ? Is it that you haven't seen just what
you fancy ? That would mean, clearly, that you have
not seen our showing of
This brand is head and shoulders above all other
ready-to-wear clothing made in Canada and is
equalled only by the high-class custom-work of the
big cities. Buy a 20th Century Overcoat and you
rank at once with the very best dressers.
Come in and see these very fine high-grade overcoats. Try some of them on. You'll appreciate better,
then, their worth, and the truth of what we say.
Suite from $13 to $28
Overcoats, $15 to $37
The Wardrobe Clothier
Sole Agent 20th Century for
New Westminster City and District
Will be held
at the
Liberal Committee Rooms
Thursday, Nov. 29th
For the purpose of
nominating  a candidate to represent
the Liberal interests at the
next election.
now dissolved partnership, the business will be
carried on as heretofore by BRYSON & SONS
Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, Tinware,
- Graniteware and Enamel Goods -
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
3u want old and out of date goods
any 0| ��� -   . ww whether  you
���enc.      P''IC'' ��r tlle vefy latest and  newest goods that money and ex-
���i     e can buy,
| Just
e ln .ind pay us a friendly visit: no one will bother you to buy.
loodj  constantly  arriving.     Look   them   over,   and   if   you
|v��lih   w3 tJ����d' select '*' and' we wi" deliver any ti,1ie or ���*in>'where
ling Ch     e W'M -idvise you in purchasing Morris Chairs, Morris Rockers,
lrG' Extension Tables, Pictures, Sideboards. Buffets, etc.
"Pont Block      Columbia St.      Telephone 73
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
Holiday Silverware
In addition to the usual variety of standard lines, our
stock comprises many Silver Novelties prepared for the
approaching holiday season, which will be found unique
and at the same Ume as favorably priced as other
articles of lesser quality and merit.
T    I
3 6
NOV. juj
��� J
|j    ;
TkM.     Thnt    Frtsn    Death    For    <k��
SiiLr   of   Protection.
The habit of feigning death for th��'
Bnk.   of protection   can   !�����   observed
among many of the lower animals���
animals which differ widely in family,
genus and species. Indeed, this habit
ls to be observed in creatures micro-
8coplc In size and of exceedingly low
organization, as well as in those ns
high in the scale of animal life as man
himself, for even man does not hesitate on occasions to avail himself of
this natural subterfuge when he thinks
it will aid in tbe preservation of his
Willi the aid of tbe microscope one
can observe and study the natural bis
tory of the minute animal world, wbli 1.
otherwise would remain n closed and
unread volume. This instrument bas
shown me beyond cavil that creatun ���
as low in the scale as actinophry.v.is,
very minute, microscopic anUDalcu'es.
practice death feigning when surprised
by .-in enemy from which ihey canij
Otherwise escape. Tims 1 have. ��� y.
a naturalist, repeatedly seen aet.no
phryans fold their delicate, hairllke
legs or ciiia and sink to the bottom of
their miniature lake (a drop of wateri
when approached by a waier louse
which preys np.ui them. They remain
to all appearances absolutely with mt
life until tile water louse swims away.
when they unfold llieir i ilia and ._- >
back to their feeding grounds���a 1 it
of water w,e,I or i loss or decaye_
The Rm. on They Are Xo. Made to
Hun Ju.t n Week.
The French have a fashion of expressing an Indefinite but short period
of time by the phrase "about eighl
days." Under similar conditions we
would say "about a week." Tin
French method seems unnatural, ours
natural, for a week is a distinctly recognized period. We believe there i.
only oue way in which we use tbe
eight day period, and that i.s lu _nak'r_;
Did It ew occur to you why we
have what is called au eight day cloek
and not one made to run exactly seven
days? There Is a good reason for it.
A clock that ls made to run eight days
ls pretty sure to lie wound on a certain day of the week, for it would 1>���
almost Impossible for nny one to re-
tnernher to wind it on every eighth day.
Therefore the interval between windings- is seven days, precisely as tbe
maker desired and expected.
The reason Is that a clock rims better when it is not allowed to run down,
or'even nearly so. The same plan is
followed In making a watch; It will rua
for thirty hours, but as nearly every
man winds his watch at the same hour
everj' day or night, the sprint, is never
fully exhausted. Regularity in winding is one of the best means of keeping
a timepiece in order.
The  Opal.
It was Sir Walter Scott who helped.
In "Anne of Geiersteln," to arouse tbe
fears of the superstitious concerning
the wearing of that very beautifu'
stone, the opal, and it was h German
dealer in gems who fostered Unit feai
verj- successfully for other ends lhan
those of romance, lb- came to England
years ago. we are told by a jew .ler, lo
fill an order from i ue nf the royal families in Germany���a welding order, i:'
I remember rightly, opals were then
high. He had priuted the story tba*
opals were unlucky nnd spread the re
port diligently. In a .hon time tbe
price weut down, and he was enabled
to fill his order and make a handsome
profit.���Wes:.. i: -'ev Gazette.
Hard   Mick.
"Ves; her husband robbed Iier of
every penny she had."
"Poor dear: And ail she married
him for was because she was afraid
of burglars."
There is precious instruction to tie
gotten by finding we are wrof-tf.���
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre ior soft coal
..-ii $_o f. r anthracite. Not more
than ..20 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company, Royalty at
tin- rat,., nf ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint .stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry lor a mining location.
A free miner's certmcate is granted
for one or mure years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of 87.50
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to Sioo 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.
Thc claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
At least ".too must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator  may,  upon   having  a survey.
made and upon complying with other
requirements, purchase the land at
$1.00 an acre.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for the payment of a
Royalty of 2}4 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 100 feet square, entry fe��
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the former' being 100
feet long and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter includes bar diggings, but extends back
to the base of the 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. W. T.. excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may obtain only two leases of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Minister
of  the  Interior.
The lessee's right is confined to tbe
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer mining in the Yukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line <y
general direction of the creek 01
gulch, the width being from iooo to
2000 feet. All other placer claims
-hall be 250 feet square.
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end. bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten day-^ if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking a
claim must hold  a  free  miner's  cer-,
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 b.
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
have, or who may receive entries for
bar diggings or bench claims, except
on the Saskatchewan River, where
the lessee can dredge to high-water
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee shall have a dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has
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
leaded. Royalty at the rate of two'
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
1st day of August in the y^r of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shal! 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 the
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 th'-ir claims
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
: ��� doned and another obtained on
'he same .-eck, gulch or river, by
giving  notice  and   laying   a  fee.
Work must be done on a claim
each year to lhe value of at least $200.
A certificate that work has been
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Tin; boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.       1
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the Northwest Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may reserve for an individual or company
having machinery on the land to be
prospecled, an area of 1920 acres fur
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector discover oil in paying quantities, and satisfactorily establish such
discovery, an area not excelling 640
acres, including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1 an acre, and the remainder of the
tract reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will he sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as may
be specified by Order in Council.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
Dept, Interior.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New Westmiuster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
MR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville street. Joseph Martin, K. C, .1.
W. Weait. W. G. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin win be In th3
Westminster offices every Friday af
HOWAY, REID & BOWES. Barristers, solicitors, etc., 42 Lorne
street, opposite Court House, New
Westminster. A. Whealler, P.O. Box
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie streets, New Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
and Notary Public, In practice since
1891 at New Westminster, B.C. Offices removed to Curtis Block. Clarkson street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 169.    Telephone 64.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Quarte.lv meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. Ne..
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. S. A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at 8 o'clock p. m., ln
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. D-- W. A. DeWolf Smith.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held pn the
second Tuesday in eat.*1, month In
Ma 01 ic Temple, at 8 p. m. Visiting brethren are .ordially Invited
to attend.    D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at 8
p. m., In Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
���Meets in Orange hail first and
third Friday in each mouth at 8 p.
m. Visiting brethren are cordially
invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I. O. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. A. P. Halla-
day, N.G.; W. C. Coatham, Rec. Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
3. Corrigan. recorder; Louis Witt,
master workman.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. Salted Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of P. Hall. Columbia St., at
8 p. rn., While Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time nnd pineo. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. B. Si inch-
comb., Pres.. H. Disney, Secretary.
���.Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to intend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at 8 p. m. in Die Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are eordinl.v invited to attend. E, C. Firth, C. R.;
P. P. Maxwell, Sec.
at 8 o'clock p. hi., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
CAMP, 191.���Meeto on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. Hall. .lohn McNlven,
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Roc. Sec.
Win $300 in Gold
Reichenbach Com'
Prize Contest
Competition Closes Monday, Dec. 24, 1906,
at 9 P. M
Two Prizes $25 in Gold
Five Prizes $10 in Gold
Forty Prizes $5 each in Goldl
fr ��������������� ^ mrm __��___����__-^ ^-1
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A printed check will be given to each cash customer showing the amount of their purchase. Our]
weekly and monthly customers will also be given
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment of.
When you get $1 worth of checks present them
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to the
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed box.
The first number drawn wins the first prize; the
second drawn wins the second prize; and so on
through the list.  Coupons are numbered in duplicate.
IMPORTANT-A11 holders of prize coupons
must present them on or before January 10th, 1907,
otherwise same will be distributed among the charitable institutions of the city.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   SSifZlSmffi
11 - NOV.
Dick Boot for Men, from $4 up
He Dick Boot for Boys, at 52.75
he Dick Boot for Youths $2.00
jhese art- very suitable for fine ar.d medium wear;   the boys' are
host indestructible.
For heavy wear we specially recommend the Glencairn Brand; they
1 neerless for long wearing.     Waterproof qualities  fnr  men  frnm
fl $4.00 and up.   Youths'$2.00.   Boys'$2.75.
��� Old Country BOOT-STORE
COLUMBIA ST. J. Stewut. Prop,
ir dines u
^ _-___R_e who hror-L- _________
When  you  can   get  fitted   with
Absolutely Damp-proof Boots at
Ki Country Boot-store
Coffee Palace
-. .'��� g . ir customer, boa i i  -
I ������ -.. thing is Clean
E. --'-ythir.tr ia Well Cooke I
tl  ng is Promptly Served
Merchants* Lunch
Full Course; including Coffee with
i r .im.       -       -        35c
12 to 2 p.m.; 6 to 8 p.m.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations H	
Any available Dominion Lands within the Hallway Belt in British Colum-  \,.
Ida. may he homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,   \'0.    27
or any male over IS years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter  section of jjot   2S
li>0 acres, more or less.
Entry must  be made personally at   Nov   .9
| the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate. N,u    '���'1
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i,i At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
.-') If the father (or mother, if the1
father is deceased! of the homesteader
Tide Table   Fraser River RECOMMENDATION
: Dec   -'. 1906
Pea     1
G 1 Tea, Coffee, Steaks our S) ialtiea resi<lcs  upon  a  farm in the  vicinity
Short Orders Quickly Served. ' of the land entered for the require-
WPU    M    \\   Pi -Ml' ments as to residence mav be satisfied
lYlltt).  IVI.  KL. L-UUIV,        by such  person residing with  the fa-   N'��*<
Trapp Bloc Proprietress,   ther or mother.
���^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^JL   r"Iun'bla If
f "V ��   w m residence   upon   farming   land   owned
Uur Customers: eirson's dry dockfe^.���^axjsz xm
  may be   satisfied  by  residence  upon  \,u
Foot of tth Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street    | the said land.
New Westminster, B. C.
TH A NKS TO YOU, we have been forced
to put "ii another delivery wagon to handle
We will put on another
Six months' notice in writing should   n���
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion  Lands at Ottawa of intention
\\ ater
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hal   would   Involve   a   ho.it   journey,
ind back, ol fi om 20 to 80 miles.
few ol tbem eon: l profltabl) da so
The   sockeye   season   lasts   tor  six
,   I weeks of the and a half da> s each;
,,-,,,    the propose l regulation would cul lha
10.55    week on the river to tour -md a hall
i jr(    daya, and would therefore, on i's face,
ii;-,     .uo the Japanese  thirty-three  days'
i (-,  I Ashing, as againsl twentj seven tor the
1215    white Usher-men.   i s.iy "on its face,"
._> ]-,    because lis real effecl would be much
i;(i-    more far-reaching,    Examined on the
question of extending the close Ume
above New   Wes-minster bridge onl)
i_ hours, .i   ,i   wiison. Qaher) guar
dlari, said (reporl of evidence, pane 55,
answering Mr, Hall)   "Well, we'll aaj
Time  Hi
; io   6.9
21.18 i :
S.3. 7
Jl an ;;
9 II S
thai the close time above New  West
minster  bridge  was extended  until ti
o'clock Sunda.   ulght, there would be
uo iMi here on Mon.lav  m lining   the
W. \V. CORY,
our business.	
when you demand it
All kinds of Ship  repair t0 ai,p!y {nr patent
work. ���        ....       . .   ,  ^^^^^^^^^^_^^^^_^^^
Deputy   Minister  of  the   Interior.
Ship and Scow   Building    n. b.���unauthorized publication of   f^llwr plpspfirinc
a Specialty. "ll3   advertisement   will   not   he   paid      V_/lljr     JL__-l\-.\--1lUIiO���
Estimates   promptly  fur
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster, B.C.
 fcz:. | GILLETTE
. C. Mills, Timber and! |     $AfETY
Trading Company    j
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
S.5.00 EACH.
25 cents
==A BOX^
--'N   "-s   gatea   would   bt)   closed."    The  Bame
lO.tS   S.S   witness  laid I pane  >0), answering Mr,
-'���'��� 15   ���' I   ,a v loi i    ' The mouth ul lhe rl.er 11
' > ";   '���' ���'-   eompletnl)     barred    throughoul     the
���3.13    .0  week."   Similar  evidence   was given
11 '���    '���' '   Ity n number of witnesses, Qshermen,
23.43   i.n  n8|,   dealers   and   cannera     Of   the
'-   '   '���'���    oun-   a- to which   the   commission
tool, evidence, none waa more cloarl
_        .     ,..���.i;,ii-.111-.i than thai of the effective
barring of iho river mouth  bj   ael ���
If, ihen. these bnrrlora be in ope i
tloti  ai   the mouth  of  tho  river for
twentj four  hours   before   Bailing   In
lho river begins, ll   follows thai the
latter would  be of little value     .he
practical effecl of the regulation would
be to clo ie the rt. er againsl  il iblng,
ihe   iish   being   caught   outside,   by
and naps, and bj (hose n ihei
men   who   wiili-   I   lhi-   ___________________*   ______________   .lie
���ii ii o'clock a.m., for the purpose of sockeye only, the greal majoritj of
electing n Mayor and three School whom are lapaneae. Our realdonl
Trustees for the year ID07, and al  12 fisherman, who   are    pormanenl Bel
o'clock noon of tlie same day, for the tiers, would be drl\ ml of the bual
purpose of electing seven persons aq|noBS,
\ '-. 11 '.s aere ,; given 'i -.'���(��� Eloc
tors, ui tho Ct;. .���: New WestmhiSts;-
thai 1 require the presence of the hui I
Electors al the City Hall, on
Monday, the 3rd day of Dec, 1906;;;;
Aldermen for the said year of 1907.
The mode of nomination shall be as
3. sfii.- channels,  shoals and  snags
make il  Impossible to bar anv pari of
er Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.  jia'
follows: Each i m.Udai ��� shall bo nom-|the river bj nels. Of the flsh whloh
inated In writing; the writing shall be; ..,,( fairly Inlo the river, a good | ir
subscribed bj two persons as propo contago will go through to tho spawn
ser and seconder, who shall be duty jng grounds, Thla was repeated bj
qualified electors and residents In the witness after witness, and  is proved
| city; and such nomination paper Bhall | Uj  experience of the preaenl Beaaon.
I contain a statemenl signed bj the per ,,��� ,|���, otner |,.nil|, p |s poaalble to
son nominated, thai he conaenta to oatnbllali a pretty effective harrier ol
such nomination, Tbe nomination pn nets on the aanri heads, Jusl outside
pers shall be delivered to tho Return- t|10 ,-u,.r Plainly, therefore, If the
lng Officer al any time between the , i,,.,,. nmo [t m i���. lengthened In any
date of this notice and (In the case of one pari of the Praoor waters, aa i
i Mayor and School Tru8teea)  12 noon   measure ot protection, the longer cloae
"TaHg'>��%"'<tt'f Of*     f~" ��\    ' '"    ""'   3rd    'i;'y   "'    l,,'l','1Ml"'1''   '"'   (in J Hi honhl he oill.Ide the rl\er.     Bill
I rdllald     "V-A-P*  the case of Aldermen)  I o'clock p.m. | the proposed regulation is nol neces
of ilie same day, sary,   Tlie run of thla aeaaon   .1906)
In   the evenl   of  a   poll   bOlUg   nece.aw.is a   sinall   one,   flslllng   above   Ne .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ SH rv.  such   \___________\_\   _________________   __________  o;ii'ne.|  on   \_______________\_\ West inlnsler ljl'hl.ne wai 111  lull swilia..
quors by  retail  on the premises   Qaggage  rie||vere(l     promptly   to  iny,linh    day   Of    December,    1906,  al    9   deop and   loir;  nets  were  In use, mil
part of the city. o'clock   a.m.   ami   will  remain   open1.vei there wen' iii ihe hatch"!.,  pens
until :, ji m   of the same dav. at  the ial the bginnlng of September almosl
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Notice is hereby given that 1 intend
to   apply  at   the   next  sitting   of  the
Licensing   Board  for  the   Municipality
I    of Lanyley for a renewal of license to
se 11  I i
known as the  Langley  Hotel, situatei
at Langley. in the said Municipality  _f
Langley.  Nov. 21,  1906.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
[elephone 12.
New Westminster
For Sale
N   Light and Heavy Hauling
"flee 'Phone ISft.       Ham   -"Done l'!7
following places: The Council Cham-|onough sockeye to stock ���= *11 the D
her. City   Hall;   the Kile  Hall.  Sapper
ton; and al  the Lighl station, Tenth
Of which over,   porson is required
| to take noiiee and govern himself ac
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
tlie Most Delicious Manner Can
Be Obtained    at    All    Hours    at
Having boughl oul the Blackamlth-I cordlngly.
AYRSHIRE BULL   fOlir-Year-Old  lnB buainess of It. ll. Benson, i win     Given  under mj   hand  al  the City
be pleased to see all hla old custom-  Hall, New Westminster  the 22nd n-n
ers, as  well as new ones     Horseshoe-
For  Sale or Trade ng ��� specia|ty.
J.R.MORRISON,Dewdney .   Eighth street
it   Noveaiiier,  llnni.    ^^^^^^^^^
Returning Office
220 ��� l nil
"s   Restaurant   and  Cafe |^ Q^ Purdy, The Confectioner
Is now manufacturing on his promises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramels
I carry a full line of <i. B. and Lowney's Chocolates.
Late Suppers After the  Theatre   a
Specialty.       Oysters    and     Game
in  Season.       -
ie Royal Bank of Canada
f ���   irlty to depositor'..   START NOW to save your mone;
|0;' will never ,-egret it.   People do harder things ever., daj and have
| show :' ir it.
1'v- &0L ,ar opens an account. Put ll In your pocket, it would prob-
"' ;"'1 ������'���*��� I' ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with ns will In
8ars amo        - $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
WALKER, General Manager.      ALEX, LAIRD, Asat, Gen'l Manager,
li. E,
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
-anruthers Manufacturing Corny, j
, Manufacturers of
^ Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
hc Carruthers Manufacturing Co. j   om
I      Every  facility afforded  Farmers for their banking business.    Sales  Notes
1       "   cashed   or taken   for collection.
i 1)\.\-|<IN'(I BY  MAIL���Deposits   may be made or withdrawn oby mall,
of-town accounts  receive evnry attention.
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
rei. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
3_B Hastings St. \V , Vancouver.    J
Bookkeeping, Gregg an l Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraph mi En
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Btudents Always in Dbmand.
R.). SPROTT, B. A., Principal
minion Imtoherlos to their full i ���
i arii v, i.ii11 i lie aockeyo have bo ��� i
running in conaldero do n imboi ��� dur
in. lho whole of the im nth,
I, i in  thla poinl  i do nol    are. In
..ii  official  report,  to do mon'   h m
i lie i he ian  thai  a recotiiroon 11
i previously asBontod to)  to keej
ship channel al iho mouth or ibe
free irom inns  ia  regulation of    >u
��� Idorablo \ alue n i q protei tive   nea
; ;.in o, and which b ould    11 ���   oen   if
Bomo tidvantiigo to oui   re ildeni
erniun ��� w na il i tick out, and i hla drni
tire   rocomtnon Inl I m,   ; bo   effecl
w hich would be to drive bun Irprl
lhe boel claa ��� of i  n ihei men  ini
iiir buslne      wu  ��� ibstttuted
before the commi i lion, ia I have
.ii ih" lasi momenl
In   i .mil', il m,
i imt '������. it.   real i Id Ion      ipo    i
ates, or would opei ah 11..a
.antage of our resident   whll
men, and to their igi
exioi i. perhap    rhi
ilouhl_> lciiKih net.
i; ration    H    v    Green    ro     ito;  J.
w   Kerr, i ,adnei. R   N   Pea
1 ol iford;   Dr   I   M   Sinclair, T
i   it  i- tawell, Red Deei
i lolonlal    Vlai    E   Martin,   Miss
lison,    Miss     Mann's,    Seattl I        v
irav. Ladner.
Windsor   R.  R, Smith    K     :
M rs \ ain i'ii. VI
Ladner; \. Sylvi
I.. Lowe-Smith, Vancouver.
'The Two Johns."
'I In Th :i a ��� i,. the 29th, . e. i
bouse, we ai a to havo a revf\ a
mtv  funny musical farce, "The '
.lohn.-," by J, C. Stewart.    When fl
produced, this comedy was one of tl i
and mo il successful on the t
an l undoubtedly those who have seen
It  will want to sno it again.
=$20 AND UP=
Calgary Official  Dearlfl
Cut and Male on the Premises I    ,'algar>'' Nov..25.-j. b Smith, wa
Por the past ten years, has heen city
solicitor, was found rl��.ad in his bed
24 7 Front Street
last, nigh-, having succumber to heart
New Westminster  fal]l:r0- a
r     n. ,
I   .
:'    ' ��� I
New Dinner War*.    .'New Toilet Sets.        Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  it's a
beauty.   Call and see it.
Matter iul.nd.d for this column -hould !*��� ad-
d.r��.*<r<i. .Social Kditor, Daily News, P. O.
Box VII. New W-slinili-ter.'-
E=| Ladies' Wool Underd
Telephone    150.
C. E. Holt spent the week end with
] Mr. and Mrs. Burton McKenzie at Clo-
' verdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Robertson, who have
been spending a few days  with  Mrs.
Robertson's cousins, Mr. George Arm-
j strong  and   Mrs.   Beattie, left   to-day
| Tor China, where Mr.  Robertson goes
as a missionary far into the interior.
His Lordship Bishop Dart preached
at Holy Trinity cathedral last night.
The entertainment that the ladies
of St. Peter's cathedral are to give
next Thursday will tie an afternoon
tea, and in the evening a progressive
euchre party.
John C. Cornish, the photographer.
was suddenly called to the bedside of
his wife in Vancouver Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Cornish ia suffering from
Blight's disease. Two doctors are in
atlendance. but small hopes of recov
ery are given.
Captain Reed, of No. . tire hall, re-
' turned on Saturday from a two weeks'
; visit  to Bellingham.    He was accom-.
panied   by   his wife and   family,  and
��� enjoyed the holiday very much.
.1. R. Caswell, of Red Deer, Alta., is
i at present in the city on a short visit.
E. Duthie. of the local dank of
j Montreal staff, will shortly he transferred to the Chilliwack branch of the
same bank. Mr. Duthie will be assistant manager of the new branch,
and expects to leave New Westminster shortly to assume his new duties.
argent's Gem
Food Chopper is
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time and lessens
labor, and thus
economizes the
and strength.
With it many
attractive and
dishes can be
made from what might be wasted
il it were not for the ("em.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fiuits, bread.
crackers, etc. It does riot mash.
squeeze, tear or grind, hut chops
the food as you want it���fine, coarse
or medium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
without it.
All the suitable Knitted Underweai  which thi
changeable  weather  makes  necessary will h_
found in our showing.    Not only those stapf
lines asked for every day, but special lines, L.
dom shown, maybe, but here nevertheless.
Some of these special lines are mentioned her.; Boys' and rd
Sleeping Suits, Plush Slip Waists, Infants' Anti-Grippe B
Reuben's Vests,  Nazareth Waists,  Wool Overalls, Fu||   '
Button Vests for infants, Scarlet Vests and
drawers and [a
Special Xmas Offer !
I^O.Oii Suits for    $18.00
$22.00 Suits for   $20.(/J
$25.00  Suits for    $22.00
$8.00 Pants for   $5-00
All Suits Made to Order.
Merchant Tailors.
P. 0. Box 644
139 Columbia St.       New Westminster
A Special Line this week of Extra Va/J
Ladies' Fine Soft Wool Vests and Drawers, with a Ugh
cotton fleece, equal in value to many dollar lines.
Our Special price, per garment  J
Boys' Hose a Specialty with Us
Tbe kind of Hose that the boys will find hard tu wear mil in a
the kinds with Double Knees. Heels and Toes. A large i Huge oi
in all sizes.   A Special Line is 3 pairs for $l.
Other values at 45c, 50c, 65c and 75c in the large sizes.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
New College in Rome.
Rome,  Nov.  25.���The  Augustinians
ill   UlUILAIl  LnUKull   'naugurated  a  new   international  col-
i lege    here    to-day.    The   ceremonies
. were  attended   by  Father  Rodriguez,
New   York  Financier  Presents  Grand : the general   of   the   order,  Cardinals
Cathedral to Roman Catholics        | Rampolla. Vives  Y  Tuto and  Martin-
elli, and Rev. J. J. Harty, archbishop
of Manila.   The archbishop was questioned by a number of other prelates
Xew   York.  Nov. 25.���Many  of  t.-!���. I regarding the standing and affairs of
,    . . , . , .v.     ���_>    Ithe  Augustinians   in    the   Philippine
most   illustrious   preiates  of the   R>   .
at Richmond, Va.
U.  S.   Post Office   Department   is   Expected to  Meet  Canada's  Recent Demand.
Ellard Block,
man Catholic church in America wi'i
gather at Richmond, Va., on Thank,
giving day to take part in the ceie-
monies attending the dedication of the
New Westminster.   - ��� -   B. C   Cathedral of the Sacred Heart.    Th.!
 new edifice, which will take its place
as one of the four greatest cathert.p.is
in the country, is the gift of Thomas
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
Sign   Man oh Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
F. Ryan, the New York financier.
Appeal Cases.
The  Hawthorne appeal  against   the
decision   of  Capt.    Pittendrigh,   S.M.,
. who fined the appellant $1(J0 and costs,
j for having started tlie fire which de-i
vastated the Bine   Mountain   district
, last fall, will be heard to-day.    H. L. j
Edmonds will act for the crown in thel
I :natier.
j The appeal of John Morrison, of
i Dewdney, against the magistrate's de-j
| cision, will also come up for hearing j
I at the same sitiing of the court.
To be Tried To-day.
New York, Nov. 25.���Three officers
of the -utitual Reserve Life Insurance
Co., who were indicted on charges of
grand larceny and forgery, following
the insurance investigation of a year
ago, will go on trial on Monday. They
are Frederick A. Burnham, president
of the company; George D. Eldrldge.
vice-president, and Geo. Burnham, secretary.
A   Ghastly   Relic.
Honolulu, Nov. 25.���A skull believed
The Chilliwack Progress says: "Dr.
Davies. who lias had a cottage erected
on his property on the Avenue,
brought his family up from New Westminster last week, and will in future
make Chilliwack his home. The doctor has been practicing his profession
in New Westminster since the year
1894, and for the past four years he
has had as a partner Dr. Smith, who
continues the business in New Westminster.   In his profession Dr. Davies
Washington, Nov. 25.���The Uni cd
States post office department will te
guided by congressional legislation in
dealing with the issue, raised by tha
Canadian government, of abrogating!
the provisions of the postal convention between lhe two countries relating to second class matter, which provision, according to Canada's notice,
will expire May 7, 1907. This ���'��� \i ,
sion permits the transmission through
the mails of periodicals and other publications, including newspapers, at the
rate, of one cent per pound. A joint
commission of the senate and house,
of which Senator Penrose is chairman  has been engaged  since   Oct.   1
Selling Out $20,000 Stat
Every article or piece of fumiture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served. We
need the cash and you want the poods. This is a chance
of a lifetime.
716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension. Front Sta
in    taking    testimony    covering
Wood to Burn
Just Opened
217-219 Columbia Street.
to   have  been  that   of  Captain  Cook,  had a wide repute as a capable man.
discoverer of Hawaii, has been found and his popularity as a citizen is atlln a cave near Kealokukua Bay. Rea- tested lo by the fact thai for the last
Nokukua  is on the west coast  of Iia.-: two years he has been a member of
wall. At Kealokukua village, on the; ihe city council. Chilliwack gains a
'< west side of Kanwalda cove, is a mon-  professional man of ability and a citi-
ument to Captain Cook, who was kill-1. en with experience In Dr. Davies' set-
��� 1 at Kealokukua Bay. Illing with  us."
;���' *,^'<**'��'��:*:**:<*��'��":*:*:��;-c��:^'������;-K>* :���::���::���>::���::���::���::���::���:>::���::���::���':��������*'��������������� '���-���"���>v��v��3
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;���: :-: About the Coming Elections :-: I
!���' " >_i
*���*    ������
On Tram Line
IT consists of 4 acres in orchard, 300 bearing fruit
trees. About $800 was made
from the fruit this year, besides which a large crop of
potatoes and other vegetables
was taken off the ground.
The House is a substantial 5-roomed
one.    Good outhouses and  barn.   The
property  is  well  cleared,, fenced  and
Price . . $1 Sfin   5a,lf Cash'
.!-"_     -II II I gaiety   ��ej.m8
whole subject of second class matter
and as an outcome of the enquiry Ihe-
general expectation is that some legislation will be enacted. If no legislation be enacted, the two govern
ments will fall back on the international union postal rates, when fr.e
provision in the existing treaty ex
jiires, unless in the meantime Cainda
comes forward with a new proposition
for the consideration of the American
government. The international posta'
union rates on lhis class.of matter aro
one cent fcr two ounces.
Foi some time past the Canadian
government has found fault with the
construction placed on classes of second class mall matter by the American government, when it came tr the
mailer of iis application for transitts-
sion Hm,ugh Canadian territory, Probably i ne hundred different periodicals
which arc transmitted through the
United States mail al seconj class
rates have been denli ,1 similar privileges iu (he Canadian mail service,
although some of them wen., subsequently restored to the privilege,
American periodicals have enjoyed a
large circulation throughoul Canada,
<" hli h, with in" attractive advertise
n ents, ii is Huggi Bted al Lhe post of-
;i" '���* > artment, have worked preju li-
<i:il|.v to the trade Interests of the
'"an.rii.in-, and to 'he periodicals p ib-
liai"d Ihere,
..For Only $25 Per Acre
50 acres of Meadow and 30 acres of Fine, High Land, witli
some good Cedar and Spruce. Beautiful situation, and coil
veniently distant from Westminster Junction and Pitt Rivtrf
Exclusively For Sale by
Malins, Coulthard & Col
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,  |
Columbia St, - - New Westminster B]
| FURNISHED HOOMS, Suitable for Light Housekeeping]
| Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line   Service from
6.15 a.m. to 11  p m.
20 Minute Service���mi transfer.
Between 12 and 2 nnd !> und 7.
30  Minute   Service   during re-1
mainder or day.   iTansrer I
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service  half-hourly l*j
tween 8 a.m. an i 11 ;il,L
Sapperton Line.
15   Minute   Service  from 6.2; *-
ni   to   11   p.m., excep
12  and   _.  and  5  ��n I   <���     ':*
which houi '
Sunday  Service   baJt-nourly *.1
tween 8.30 a.m. and H P-m'
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
White & Shiles
260 Columbia St., \ew Westminster
Phone 85.
6-roomed Cottage and Lot ?9x d��t aaa
132, near Bridge  $1,UUU
7-roomed House,  Queen's Ave.,    1 /��AA
EastjEnd     l,OUU
8-roomed House, 4th Ave., near
Bth St., new and modern	
7-roomed   House   on   Canarvon    i  OAA
Street     l,oUU
F. J. HART & CO., yi-
Polish Archbishop Dies.
Posen, Nov. 25.���MonsignorStablew-
ski, Roman Catholic archbishop of
Posen, who recently bad been active
i'1 combatting the German government's older to teach lhe children of
Poland religion In the German tongue,
was found dead In a chair in his study
l"'1'" lasi night. His death was caused
by heart disease.
Horn.'. Nov. 25.���The sudden death
:" Posen of Mgr. Stablewskl has caused deep regrel here. Together with
Cardinal Copp, Bishop of Breslau,
Mgr, Stablewskl was playing a prom-
inenl pari in the Polish question, His
death will nol ameliorate the situation, as ii fa fareseeh that Germany
will insist thai his successor be a Ger-
man' and io this tbe Poles will ob-
jecl with every means in iheir power,
I' Is recalled thai the predecessor of
,l"' 'ate Archbishop of Posen, who was
a German, round his position so dil'fi-
''"" "''i' he is reported fo have died
of a broken heart.
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Horse Dipping Machine
XT7E have a line of light and compactly built
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 lake a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
great labor saver.    Call and  see  theni a


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