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 WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER
1906.
Id CENTS PER WEEK
OGRAMME IS/
A RAT JAL ONE
Far-Reaching Amendments to the Laws of France
Are  Expected   to  Be Proposed
To-Day.
FORECAST
OF    Fl Ff HON SA YS JAPANESE
Ul     ULWWHi WANT TO FIGHT
tQftf-
IUV.V
1 ;'07'.-;" .*"*��� p
c-./
Washington   Correspondent   Tells   a   Plausible   Story   of
International  Diplomacy and  Its Probable
Consequences.
I lid
fore
tttt-'
-.    The   Pn nch   parlia
whi. h . '   iurne I Oct, 25 owing
of the minister-
, . ���,     n,   : eassembles Monda ���
programme ol thi
. i ilnel   Is   undei
���..- purchase <>t' rail-
ni.- bv the Btate, reform
���. a ��� ��� courts-martial, abo-
.. i :,  penall y. a i ��� hi ne
ix, complete i nforc.
ii "h ami state Beparn-
, : ihe formation of a state
��� ��� oleum and alcohol,
the n as sembling of I he
'���   uties   to-morrow   cen-
:!,.   ������ a .iuu-  i,l' the  ministerial
Clem
������ ���.���   I mg,    i'
in
dei laratlon of polli...
' i .'.'"air- statemenl  is
Is declared to-da.   ���    .   .
to be ... greal Uteri   j ��� -    -.   The p
gramme for Internal n
rth  Hi":.-in is considi        -      .
ni"-'    advanced    i ���.���      pri -��� nti :
France, and thi these n
forms  is   believed  to be virtu
ire :  beforehand.
Ill   tlie   mailer   Ot    I
the cabinel  i- expi cted    i follow ti i
same course a- ha- hii been
sua.     i a,-   premn rs   si     mi
i om la le wiili ih,. (jemi n,1 j
of c< nfldeni e fr
'ii
Summary of Headquarters' Bulletin of  ,,��� Wa8hing
Congressional and State Elections
in the United States.
..n  correspondent   nf.
:li" Seattle Times sends a  long des-l
..'. i Nov, 3, in which h" ask  :
Washington,  Nov.  I Wl     eh ction
���   f<           i a...       the     ill-
tlon    .      : tai Ized  to aii
extent    . ii pi rnilts "i a sum .. ,.:' ihe
���   '   attention    ��� ing mainlj  dire I id
Ini -   ���:.���:������ the   battle   has
i ���.'. iged mosl I ��� ��� tween the
,:""-"' "���'���''  ,:,"":                           tv      lominant   pa ti. for tie   control
project
Tin-  i,u: iir' -   �� bi ."   Sam .��� I   Gi in-
;."is. presldenl  ol U ������ Amerb in Fe I-
eration ol Labor has mad   a fight, ate across thi  continent to investlgati  the
also   points   ol   Interest,     The   labor   tharge that a city which has l    le-
l"a ler paid his com llments ;:������ to str ,ed by an earthquake does nol Ira-
Representative Mudd, of Maryland, mediately afford adequate school facll-
and Democrats predict the defeat .. : les for the Japanese children :e-i-
Mi. Mudd. lent  there?    Why have  we hastened
In Ohio, Representative James Ken- to loan a revenue cutter to the Jap-
ance  of a senator  mot   named)  who
is a member uf the committee on foreign relations. No loose ends are left
molive and   object   are  quite Clearly
"Wh'   llav.e     lr relations with Japan   ,,,,������,     k,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,   ,,���.   exploiting
- ill. ni. becomi  so verj delicate, and   0f china, which is on the eve of de-
the situation relative thereto  velopmenl along western line-, will .<���
i.i'd   i..   Un   responsible officers  a   very   big  plum,   and   it   i.-  beyond
government to be grave?   Why I question   that   the   Japanese    people
cabinel   officer  -en:   scurrying   wen  sir.!:, disappointed bj the Portsmouth   treaty,   ami   woul I    naturally
blame tl: ��� United States.
(in the other hand, to-morrow ii
el ' .a day, whet) in forty-two states
a fierce battle will be fought fur the
control of the sixtieth congresc, ami a
Story like  that   of  ihe  Times' corres-
I0IPH HEARST PHILIPPINE MPS
RESTS ON SUNDAY ARE MADE RY JAPS
ic.an   Believes    Democratic    Can-
lid, te's  Movement to  be   Inspired  by  Almighty.
Mikado's    Subjects    Diligently    Study
the Geography  of   Uncle   Sam's
Island  Colony.
sixtieth congress and for suite  nedy, representing the old  McKinley  anese embassy in order that  one of pondenl  maj   perhaps lie expected to
'������na'... district, has received a call from .Ma.   thi   secretaries of that embassy  may jiave an influence on the elections.
iii lo  Behring sea to investigate the      It ls Interesting to note thai the cor-
charge  th,,;   unarmed  Japanese   have respondent  is  by  no  means confident
teen she; down by order of an official as  to  the outcome oi' a   war between
of  the    United   States   governmen '.' ,1"' United States and Japan, or, r&-
Why has the official who is alleged to ""'''��� hc >���'  conti.lent   thai   the  United
havi   given   'he    order    been    hastily State-    would    he   likely    lo   set   the
summoned   to   Washington   and    pit worst  of il.    He quotes  the senator
through   a.  minute   cross-examination ;l'  saj'ing that the close of such a war
as to what  he did and  why he did It? would   find   the   Philippine   islands   iu
Why   was  he  not called   immediately possession of either Croat   Britain cr
The managers ���:  both the Republl- Gompers,   who    supported    .lohn   C.
can ani Democratic campaigns agree Welty, the Democratic nominee.   Tb"
'li     the Democrats aie to make gains Democrats, now holding but one dis-
over  their  present   representation   In trict in Ohio, are making vigorous co.i-
congress.
in N. v.- yo: ... where th ��� state cam-
aign :..!>. ecli] se ! all else, the vote
'or con-'"-- will I e disturbed by local
tests in a  ha!:' dozen others,
.Mr.  Gompers  bas also  been heard
from   in   the  fight   ia  Chicago, where
the  Republicans now have all ten cf
1 .'" v.    .
;.     governor
The two ran li-
-.:     Xew      Vol1..
:andidates to such an extern that tin   the congressional .ii-'iia'
returns Tuesday nighl will furnish
mosl Interesting .""a ling for those at
th" headquai ten both congressional committees. I: is conceded that, on
agree that this
broken inlo.
Both sid  -
solid delegation will i...-
at the time when the killing occurrei?  Japan
Manila.   Nov.   4.���The  story   that  a
la, anese army officer had been placed
Hughes and U.K. lha:.-'.   ������.],... aPreg)   h(>|.(,  ,(i..  sketchlng ,., ,..  .,   normal   basis,  the  Democrats  wi'l   tricts lost to them in the tidal wave of  ,lu' brink  of  an  open ure   wi'.h
their   strenuous j tain  ol   the   fortifications   <>.   Mamm   make gains in this state. two years ago,   Much has been don..   Japan, and doing all It can, in reason,
In    .Missouri,   the  Democrat.,   have   In short, why is our government aet-
greal  hopes of regaining the live dls-   'ng as if it  realized itself standing' on
asi     week.    Both   are
a   .'lumber   of   speeches
.   In Manhattan.
Sunday  before i led lon '
-   .'. ler the auspices of Ta:n-
lield in Harlem. The Bpeak-
��� . ' longressman W. Bourke
and Francis Burton Harrison.
a   aid that he believed the
.' ment    headed    by    Mr.
���     Inspired   by God, and
iistible."
��� _ :  sent   t'i  the  home  cf
9- the request thai  he
'���' ��� ���' ting returned with the
the  candidate  would   not
'  umstances   address  a
��� ��� Ing.
'"*    fficials and  the police dell   ���   ���    making    I borough   pre-
I revenl  frauds, and nialn-
!' r at the polls.
the fortifications of .Manila
narbor was denied to-day by Major-
General Leonard Wood, comman ler
Pennsylvania  furnishes another in-   in this state by Bryan and Folk. .in avert it?"
teresting situation- with the governor-      ln    Idaho,   the   Republicans   have,    These queries the correspondent an-
(,;   ship lighl between Li wis Emery. Hem-   raised the issue of "law and order" 'a  ewers by the statement that Japan i .
division  of  the Philippines.    No ocrat, the Lincoln party candidate,and   support of the states prosecutions of   spoiling for a  fight  with  the  United
former Mayor Stuart, of Philadelphia,   officers of the Miners' Federation  for   States.     The   cause?     The    Japanese
Ri    iblican nominee. complicity in the murder of ex-Govor-   blame the United States for the treaty
In the south, the interesting points  nor  Steunenberg;   while  Senator  Du-
are Texas, Mississippi and Tennessee,   bois,  who  Is leading  the   Democratic
la  Texas, a campaign against the "J-   light, declares Mormonism the issue.
��� '   tion  to  the l'nited   States  senate      In Utah, the Mormon church is said   s;ia-
Ji _eph W. Bailey is making things  to be supporting the Republican noiu-
lively.     M.   M.  Crane   is   regarded   OS   inee  for congress.
in force under   lllfJ leader of the anti-Bailey forces. \\\ D.  Haygood. one of the  Miners'
In  Mississippi. Representative Wil-   Federation officials, now a prisoner ia
Idaho, is the Socialist party candidate
for governor of Colorado.
Democrats are  confidently  looking
for gains in Indiana and lowa.
ln Massachusetts, the governorshl
the
such arrest has I ��������� n ma le, an I no
Japanese have taken sketches of th.
fortifications, it is well known that
since the American occupation Japanese have been engaged in making
maps of the Philippines. There is no
existing law to prohibit them, although such laws we
the Spanish regime.
  liams, the Democratic floor leader ol
_ the  house, is  making a   race for the
The Salton Sea.
senate against   Governor   Vardemau.
Mexico City. Nov. 4.���A committee Tennessee furnishes interest because
composed ot .Mexican engineers ant of the governorship fight between '1.
experts  has  been despatched   by  th
Bishop   Consecrated.
St. John's. Mid., Xov. 4.���Rev. John
March, aged 4_, rector of the Catholic
cathedral  of   Harbor  (ira.ee,   was consecrate 1   there   to-day   bishop  of  Harbor Grace diocese, succeeding Bishop
McDonald,    who    recently     resigned
i wing   to   ill-health  after 25  years in
the    episcopate.    Archbishop Howley,
of Portsmouth, by which they feel th it   of St. John's, consecrated. Rev. Arch-
they lost some of the advantages they   bishop   McDonald   and   McNeil, of  St.
expected from their victory over Ru*   George's, assisting.    Bishop McDonald
aiso   received   me   insignia   creating
Mexican governmi nl   :..
the late (loods cause 1
. of   the   Colorado   rivi r,
problem   which    f...-    ..
ibe Bcene .d
the diversion
to  study   the
me time   has
Cla;    Evans,   Republican,  and   Heine-   fight   eclipses  all  else.    Curtis Guild,
sentative M.  R.  Patterson, Democrat,  jr..   Republican,  is opposed   by  John
Ta    lb publicans   in   this   state   have   11.   Moran.   nominated   by   the   Demo-
"t  .'baling more  than  the two   crats,   Prohibitionists   and    Indepen I-
a ��� rs :,. .'. ngress they now have,   ence League.
Tha'    is   the   cause   of  the   feeling him titular Archbishop of (iortyna. an
whicli  would  make a war with Uncle honorary    dignity    conferred   hy    the
Sam welcome: hut behind Japan, egg- Pope upon his retirement.
lng   her   on.   the   correspondent   sfes -���	
British  diplomacy,  which he  rales ;;�� To-night's Concert.
the  cleverest   in   lhe   world:   and   he The concert to be given  In St. Pat-
accounts  for  the  SUppOBOd  British  at- rick's   hall   this    evening    by   the   St.
tlttlde  by   the  statement   thai   Britain Peter's cathedral choir promises to be
and    .la;.an    wish    to   share  between very  successful.     A  number  of  we'.l-
them,   to  the   exclusion  of  other nn- known local artists have kindly pro.u-
tions,  the "squeezing of   the   China ised to assist, and as the entertain-
orange." menl is to be of a diversified charac-
i ne  story   is  most   piausimy    told, j ter,   there   should  he   amusement   for
most  of il   being quoted  as the niter- everyone.
.
re   Causes   Short Circuit.
:i"  wire  .,; poslte  ilw Gul-
tlracted  considerable  at-
,   afternoon,  an I  for
called forth the atti ntion of the Mexican governmen:. The Salton sea
question has become an international
one. and it is said in government circles   thai   the discus li n   through   or-
EXPERTS FIX BLAME  .
ON L00SENE0 RAIL
Unary diplomatic channels regarding
���pie w.-re afraid to | the responslbllitj foi the dangers ensuing will l.e dropped for the time
being in order thai tiie immediate action which the situation demands may
be properly attended to.
>s:,. of th" streel for
'    '       "aid  break and  wrig-
���  ition,     The  wire  ap-
-������I  until  i;   made
������'ith a Btringi r supporting
les, i ausing a short  cir-
uiau   en cu nui   oispiay.
ai tb" central office
' be contact, and bine
������   all around   for  a
Miss Watson, who was
I    < sea;.ed   without
"  1   a   -ever,,   fright
��� s,    A  lineman was
ne I  and  the wire
��� ' lous damage   was
Cause  cf   Atlantic   City   Accident  Discovered  After Careful   Investigation.
. s Mr. Todd has arranged to have tho
newest records on the first of everj
montb. a glance at the advertisement on Page 4 will give further Information as lo other musical instruments kept in stock. 206-1
CHINESE PIRATES STEAL
TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS
Another   Student   Strike.
Winnipeg, Nov. i.   The faculties of
Wesley   and     Manitl
wet k  posted notices
colli ges last
the effect thai
In Future all students must aitend 90
per cent, of the lectuns. This is regarded by students a unreasonable,
and tbey will refuse to abide by it.
ani have sent an ultimatum to the fac-
ulties tii the effect thai they will
strike to-morrow If an attempt Is mad ���
��� nforce the deer. e.
Atlantic City, Ni , 4.���Coroner Gas-
kill announced to-nlghl that experts in
his employ had decided thai a loose
rail cause 1 the accidenl on the Pennsylvania railroad Thoroughfare draw
las: Sunday, In which more than fifty
persons lost their lives. The i xperts
bad been al wi rk ex imlnlng the I ridge
all  day.
The detail- of tb ii ths o verj we i'
���'. .: made public. ', :;' Inquest will be
,    -i i ',. moi ��� ow,
"Under  Southern  Skies.''
Few plays of recent years have secured such a strong hold upon public
favor as bas "Under Southern Skies,"      u,���,:,,���, Nov. 5.���The corresponded
whicli  comes to  the opera  house on   .,.  Hong Kong of tne Tribune cables
Wednesday,  Xov
this season.    Tin
The passenge: s and ��� rew
Funeral  of James Follis.
Over four hundred persons followed
the remains of the late James Follis
to  his  last   resting place in the Odd-
"*  ~  fellows'   cemetery,   Sapperton,  yester-
British   Launch  Captured  and   Native   daj   afternoon,  thus  testifying to the
Boats  Looted���No  Loss of j popularity of the man  whose sudden
Life   Reported. death, resulting from an accident last
  week, was so generally deplored. The
deceased   had   been   connected  for  a
long time with the local corps of the
,. for the lirst tlmi   tna) tne British steam launch Fienam  Salvation Army, and it was fitting that
play Is well remem-   nas   been   seize,,   by   pirates   on  tno   .,���,  ..,,.yk.t,  shm|M   be  ������������������,,,   u.
bered  here  from  last  season,  the lm-   \\',.^. r|ver
presslon ll ihen lefl being most favor- (lf ,,���, iaunch were r0bbi I,
able. Since i: has been seen here. plrates then raided several
"Undei-Southern Skies" has appeared  i,,,,,,,.,,,.., a, agnged In  a
md the
i Ihinese
running
In manj eiiies. and always to large ,-,���,,, vvi,|, ;iM armed launch of ih" sab
and enthusiastic audiences. Its repu- commissioners, Tbey finally escaped
lation Is now s,. well established thai   hl l!l(, darkness with boot.
to prinl   ���. $10,000.
in I   pr , ;	
estlmati i
J.
.ressman   Dead.
i    Congressman
am, of Dovi r Plains,
::   llo-pil
il  in  tii'
Ear,
for
��� ars.
man
Hi
Indian  to  be   Hanged,
Brandon, Nov, I,   Senti nee ol di b h
bas in en   pronounce l   upon   w,   I ���
murdering   a   fellow   tribes-
will bi  hi ngi I  i" ��������� 21,
|e President Goes
To Inspect the Canal
���   ���       I. President
to Oyster  Bay to
og,   ami   uumeo.-
-1 will return to Wash-
1 ���>  the yacht  May-
' i   lake  him  to  a
Tll<i> light, where be
1 :!i" battleship Louis-
!iil' to   Porto   Rico   and
,     ;'''  Idem   will  be  ac-
t '   Roosevelt,    _ bey
A,   Xov.   13,
"  na ���  been
An
: re
pared tor the enti r:a:u:nent ( I tlie
presidents] party while In the canal
zone territory, after which a visit will
ho made to San Juan, I'm :o jiico, on
.sov. s.i. tne return ot me party to
Washington being schi luled for Nor.
_7. The Louisiana will be escort 1
ny  tiie  new  armored  cruisers   wasn-
Ington ami Tennessee, \ day will be
spen: in viewing the difficult se. tion
Of Hie canal, which has ; resented
some of  the   mosl   serlou! ' '
"t:   iiintei i-J in the great work,
Brand New Parliament.
The meeting on Nov. 7 of tie ':
tlonal assembly at Cetlnje will mark
beautiful reproducing the beginning of the parliamentary
system oi governmenl mr Montenegro, which was proclaimed by Prime
Nicholas ]lrr.  IP lasi.
Ediscn Phonographs,
l-i Todd, proprietor of New West-
��� baler's music lioui e, bas added .: i-
other line to his largely Increasing
business Mr. Todd has recently become the agenl for the Edison phon .
:    ah.       Thi
iine. the bobby of the greal Invent! :. is well nigh perfect The
:  ue-: of orators, singers, musical la-
. irm ml \ el _ . a: e reproduced clear
as a bell, and ii Is Impossible to realize thai you are no! lisleiiing to th"
��� pi aker, or presenl al a baud concert. I
So nicely does the Edison phonograph
do i:s work, that there is an entire
i isem e ol the hard and disagreeable
scratching sounds caused by reproducers wiih the needle points, and then'
is no necessity to change a needle j
every time a now piece is played.
Mr, Todd ah i bas .-ome blank n-
cords, so that it Is now posible for
anyone In the cltj to obtain a cylinder
ii has ; oi ome unnecessai ���
Bnj encomiums ol the play
luctlon, themere announcement of tin
com ing of the attraction being all thai
|b necessary to draw a crowded house.
Greeley's Sister Dies.
Con,'.. Pa., N'ov. i- .Mrs. Margaret
Hash, of Clymer, NA'., a sister or Horace Greeley, and only survivor of his
immediate family, died yesterday, 83
���ears.
Attractions   at   the   Opera   House
in November.
7���ruder Southern Skies.
!_��� The Sign of tlfc Cross.
16���Jessie   Ma-'achlan.   Scotch  con-
A Succe.sfu Sc.-son.
,1 :'n c'lua in, who has spenl the
��� oason In the Bulkley valley di--
tricl trapping and prospecting, was In
the city for a few hours on Saturday,
an l lefl for the south. He Btated thai
during the past season lhe trappers
in the Bulkley valley bad been particularly successful and bad lolled up a
; ig slack of lirst class pelts. A number of new mines were being continually located and same of them
looked as though ihey might turn out
rich. He had ba I a falrlj BU' OSSSflll
season himself, so he 'aid, lal was
particularly modest aboul Ins own
deeds. Ile w:e- going awn to Sania
Rosa, Cab, for Ihe winter months, on
a visil to relatives there, and proposed going north again in the spring.
and hand down to posterity his own cert.
., Ice, or, as lone In many towns, take     n_Arizona.
the baby's crying, and then reproduce     mi���Harry   Beresford   (The Woman
,, ib,   ji-i anniversary. i Hater).
People   having   cylinder   machines j    _s���Jerry from Kerry.
,, m,,v be "'it on the monthly list,   89���Two Johns,
After a determined bul jaln effort
[to  drive  dull  caio   away   by   frequent
and   liberal potations,  three  barroom
, supporters���J. Saul,  Sam   Booth  and
i Lew   Preston���were   escorted    to   the   "
lock-up last evening by the city police.
Saul    will   be   charged   Ihis   morning
with having been drunk and disorderly, while the other two will be classed
with the Infcapables.
the Bervice
thai religious body. Having also been
a member of the Foresters for some
...ir-. the members f this organization attended In a  body,  meeting in
the K. ol P, ball shortly before 2
O'e ock, and marching to Mtirchle's
��� ��� a arlors, where the prellmina >
service .v. - he! I . Brigadier Smee-
ton, of Vancouve . After this Bhorl
servl ������ ������'. as i om '. led, the procession
. ' ��� ��� nd m    'he I to the ceme
tery, accompanied by the Vancouver
9 A, ban I, whh li h i I come over for
thai purpose.   Al  the graveside, the
burial service was nal by the Fores-_
tars' chaplain, and after a tew more
words by the Salvation Armj captain,
iiu- body wa.s lowered to lis last resting place, A large number Of personal testimonies were given by members of the Salvation Army, dealing
mostly with the life and works of the
deceased.
The pallbearers were six of the deceased's fellow workmen at Schaake'i.
machine shops, the majority of   the
I workmen following the coffin to the
' grave.    A   large  number  of  beautiful
Moral  tributes were laid on tbe coffin
by  sympathizing  friends,  including  a
magniflcenl wreath from the members
; of tbe local Salvation Army corps, and
8   floral   design   from   Scliaake's   em-
On the Way.
Yokohama,   Oct,   .0.���The   steamer
Tartar  left   Yokohama, Monday, Oct.
2b. for Vancouver.
i THE DAILY NEW
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Chilliwack   Council.
A regular meeting of the municipal
couni il of the town   lip ol Chilliwa :
was  held   in : .     . house,  Chilli-
. u C. on \ iv. ... 1906. Presenl :
The reeve, an I I louncillors Sla le, B
row. Ashwell, Wilson and Reeves. Thi
minutes of be i gulai an i adjourn" .
meetings were read and adopted.
Communications were received and
deal; with as I ill .ws:
s. H. Alwar I, re extensi m or time
to complete contract.
Wilson-Barrow: Tthal the communication b. rei ���"'. ���' i and tiled and the
time extended as requested, provided
he tiles an undertaking from the several subscribers an! also his bondsmen :ba: thej ^Hi renew their guarantee.
w. s. Hawkshaw and others, re
water on Dig Prairie. Laid over until
engineer's report   received.
,i. McCutcheon, re telephone line
Harrow-Wilson: That the communication be received and filed and offer
accepted, and the reeve, Councillors
Ashwell and Reeves be a committee
authorized to determine the position
of the  telephone poles.
It. C. Ballam, re crossing.   Received
and  lib'd.
I. Carlln, re B. P. D. ditch.
Wilson-Barron :   'i hal    the commu-
called for iho cleaning .mt of ditch in
I'roni of Xew',:'.- ,; , erty, i ommeni -
ing a: ihe northeast corner of Mr
Carlln's place, to Mr. Newby's house;
tenders to l.e in \ry no..a, Xov. 17.
.1. Burtl Morgan. Received an I
filed.
A. 1.. Coote, secretary -.'bool board.
Received ami filed.
II. Tryon.    Request granted.
Barrow-Ashwell:  Thai   Mr.  Hunt be
notified lo replace road by his house
in same condition a- i' was before the
corduroy   was  remove 1.
Jos. reers. secretary i.e.tbi-''.. re
hole in road by cemetery.
Reeves-Wilson: Thai Pathmaster
Goodell be Instructed to put in culvert
ill place of the old box.
II. Study, re statute labor performed, and D.  Miinro. re dog tax.
Reeves-Wilson:   Tha'   ihe  collector
be Instructed to strike the several
amounts off the collector's roll.
c. R. Ashwell it Son, re sidewalk.
Received and tiled.
It.   Newell,   v.-   lines   un
road.
Canada's
Monster
Crop
This la a i.anner crop year for Can-
a I i in quality as well as quantity,
X ver before has such a huge crop of
oats been safely harvested: never before has lhe quality been so good.
THE BRACKMAN ��� KER MILLING
CO.'S buyers and elevators all over
Western Canada have secured the
pick of this wonderful crop of finest
oats, an.l hy the aid of the new and j
powerful machinery in their various j
mills, have quickly transformed theni
ll to the famous B. & K. ROLLED
OATS. Every grocer has now a stock
Of B. & K. ROLLED OATS milled
from this season's wonderful crop.
This is practically direct from the harvest field to your breakfast table.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street. New
Westminster, B.C.
I
t
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Homestead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole bead of a family,
nr any male over IS years of age, to
the extent, of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must, he made personally at
the local land ofiice for tbe district in
whicb the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform thc conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may   be   satisfied   by   residence   upon
Williams  the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
SPROTT- SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. J. SPROTI, B. A., Primipal
1 -
ATLftNTiC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE Cf.?_ADIAf_ PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST-.*
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EMPRESS
r
iu.
Barrow-Ashwell:  That ibe engineer
iie Instructed In locate road lines an.l
report in writing, with bearings,
II.  N. Smith.    Received  and lib"!
(.'has.  N. Evans, re loca: ion of road.
Wilson-Ashwell: That the engineer
be Instructed to locate the lines, a3
requested.
A petition was received from Chas.
ii. Evans and   others.
Wilson-Ashwell:   Thai   the   petition.
from C, 11. Evans and others re gaze:-'
iim,  ol'   road   be   laid   over   until   the
gazette by-law is being passed.
Wilson-Reeves: Thai the constable
he authorized to procure blankets.
etc., nece.-.-ar. tor the lock-up, when
required.
WllSOU-Stade; Thai a cheque be issued in favor of A. McKenzie for .'al
in fall sen lemon', a: an;, claim that
he might have againsl tiie township
of Chilliwack.
Wilson-Ashwell:    That    th e Chilli-
wack tram, power and light by-law be'
reconsidered,   Anally   passe 1.   signed
and seal of ihe corporation attached
thereto; and al30 that the reeve and
clerk be authorized io sign the necessary agreements in connection therewith.
Barrow-Ashwell: Tha: ibe approprl-.
ation for the Nevine road, amounting
in $25,  be  transferred   to the   Ford
I'oal.   and   tbe   expen ling  of  it   be   left '
iii ih" hands oi' Pathmaster Nevins.
Barrow-Stade: Tha' $lo be expend-
e 1 a' .1. Chapman's in gravelling.
Councillor Ban ..v. 1 eported that h .
had examine 1 I :..��� gi ivelllng done by
Jas Ford on Hope Sl nigh roa I. and
re: onimended pa> menl for Bame,
amounl ._o.
i'r illlor Wl' ��� ;.  reported thai   be
had signed thi ci utracl of Jas, Baile
for cleaning oul :':..��� aitch from Mcln-
tyre's corner ;o the loot of iln- mountain, a distance of so rods.
'I'h.' finance commi:!"" 1 e irl id the
following bills correct, and recommended payment of same: V. C. Kickbush.   $21 :    I',.   A.   Calbick.  $7;   (1.   A.
Calbick, $60; Chas. Dollman, $4.50; II
II. Gervan, $48; (',. A. Calbick, $4.50;
S. Mellaril, $7.50; .1. Polly, $24,50; .las.
Kind. $20; Cowan & Reld, $62.50;
chilliwack Lumber Co.. $1l_.r.n; E.
Iteece. $-Jb: .1. Pelly, $25; R. Shirley,
$",;   Alex.   McKenzie. $!��.|;   total.  $361.
Reeves.stade: That ihe finance
committee's report, he received ani
adopted,   Can-led.
The council adjourned until Saturday, Nov. 17, at _ p.m.
be given to the Commissioner of Do
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
 FLORIST
PLANTS, CUT FLOWr.RS, BOQUETS
AND FLORAL DESIGNS.
Telephone A184 or address 4th Avenue and 10th Street.
18.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN |
H. Power l EMPRESS OF IRELANI  J
Travel in the same way as your letters. It is the quickest, safes', and
most economical, Next sailing Nov.
16,    For particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C.  P.  R. AGENT.
Dest $5.00 Shoes made.   The following are son i
the lines we carry at this price :
Geo. A. Slater's Box Calf Lace Moots, made with heavy "Duk-
Bak" Waterproof Soles.
The "Keen" Shoe   a heavy kangaroo-grain Blucher cut  I;
with viscolized Waterproof Soles   a great water resister.
The "Packard," leather lined Box Calf Boots Blucher cut. a
great wearer and a stylish looking boot, We have many
other lines at this popular price.
Come in and see our $5.00 Shoes.
NOTICt.
JOHNSTO
Having sold out the bicycle and repair business, we will carry on the
electrical business exclusively in t!"
future, an.l will carry a full stock of
everything in that line that is to be
found in a  first-class shop.
House wiring will be promptly attended to. and our prices on everything will he found as low as those of
any other business concern of this
kind on the coast.
T. MOWBRAY
Columbia Street, New Westminster.
BIG SHOE HOUSE
New Westminster
i
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W.&Y.RY
The  Choicest  of Meats Cooked ln
the Most Delicious   Manner   C
Be  Ohtained   at    All    Hours
an
MENS FALL AND WINTER
UNDERWEAR
Penman's   Natural   Shirts and   Drawers
$1.25 the garment, all sizes.
Stanfield's Light Weight, all sizes, $1.25
the garment.
The heavier Stanfield's Goods,  $1.75 and
$2.00 the garment.
The  heavy ribbed Stanfield's $1.25  aifc*
$1.50 the garment.
Penman's  Blue Tail, all sizes, $1.25
garment.
the
SOLE AGENTS IN NEW WESTMINSTER
FOR 20th CENTURY'BRAND CLOTHING
Jews  Still   Persecuted.
St. Petersburg, X >v.   I.���tn spite of
protests lodged   by  :'.:" s'mb'nts,  the
rector and lhe eouneil of lhe univei'-
Bity of SI. Petersburg, the prefect of
police has refused to allow .lews to
attend lectures, and has ordered them
lo lie expelled trom 'he capital, On
the .mound that. Ihey have not the
right, of residence.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Dally | NEW Daily
Leave| WESTMIXSTHRj Arrive
9:2D am [Blaine, Belling^37TfO pm
4:35 pm'ham      Hurling-'!):55pm
Ron,   Mt.   Ver-I
|non.     Everett!
Seattle        and
[Portland.
4:35 pmfSpokane,      St.]3:00 pm
[Paul    nnd    all
points East.
..20 ani'Anacortes,        13: oo pm
IWoolley,     andi
jl.oekport.
3:00 pm Vancouver |!):_0 am
9:55 pm |4:3*> pm
Lv. New Westminster [or
Guichon 3:50 p, m. Ar, Guichon
0 p, in., Monday, Wedne- lay,
Friday.
8:43 a. m. ar. from Guichon,
'--.30 a. in. i.v. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
"ORIENTAL    LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
WlflTrfpeg,  Duluth, Chicago, St.
LOUil anri fill  points  East.
For complete Informal ion,
rales, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F. C, MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, B, C
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A.;
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
! Kenny s    Restaurant   and   Caf]
'   a^MMaBM__HH-__________M_____i_________^^^^n^^Mi^^i^H^HaB^^H__sa__ai
jl        Late Suppers After the Theatre a
��� Specialty.       Oysters    and     Gam*;
��� -      in  Season.      -
Misses and Children's Drei
ses
Ws have   the
Sizes  from  1
vet;     thing   you   war.
\r  to   17  years.
T iT'll-WW.
The White House,
A.   J.   B1RTCH.   275  Columbti  SlrcC
.- _��� *
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Ke South Part of Lot 3, Block ::, New
Westminster Suburbs.
A certificate of indefeasible title to
tlie above property will he Issued to
the Brunette Sawmill Company, Limited Liability, on the lath day of November, 1906, unless in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made to
me In writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or interest therein,
or in any part  thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land    Registry   Office,   N'ew  West-
minster, B.C., Oet. 10, IOOO.
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NOW IS THE TIM!, TO GET A
Post Card Ali>ui��|
Before the Arras Rush.    A Large Assortment ��'
J, J.  MACKAY  y Co\
Booksellers   aad   Stationers
>->--��**��Wtol> M0N
DAY, NOV. 5, 1906.
THE DAILY NEWS
i
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F.  G. DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street. West. V
ancouver.
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Travel on the Famous
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|New York, Chicago,
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AND ALL POINTS EAST
Stean       Tickets on sale to all Euro-
bean ]
pecial   Reduced   Rates    Round   Trip
R.-.'es   to   Southern   Califoi-nia.
full informtion call on or write
.'. E. LANG, (en..ral Agent,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. P. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore. \. G.    A
WHEN  GOING EAST
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I 1 LUXURY,     lt   is   lighted   with
f '    eii   ti    ity   and   gas;   the   most
illuminated   train   in   the
pr'nl,     ihe   equipment   consists   of
"'.!!���   compartment   cars,   standard
f section    '.jars, luxurious  dining
p. reclining chair cars  (seats  free),,
,iern  ���   ���   c   ..he-   and   buffet,   Ii-
prv ��i,o  smoking cars.
: r Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
:!  r ini   iia.ation  call   on   or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Trains & Steamers
ONE Y
UllfactUrer   of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
.
ami ly Tr
i Specialty.
Office.  Eighth  Street,
flEW   V-'ES-MINSTER.   B.   C.
BUCKSMITKIMG.
' "in  tiie  Blacksmith
[ ii. ll. Benson, I will
-   till liis old custom-
l   ones.     Horseshoe-
- a op,
H.  M,  KNUTSOr-,
^icjhth   Street.
SAKE
^e White Pass
N Yukon Route
VliVn"'       '   ACROSS, ATLIN,
(\I|;j:V '���    DAWSON    and
r Oaily   trains   (except
:������ passengers,   mail,
I' |t c        '     '!jt     connect     with
k and White Horse,
'Ugh winter service.
apply to
1  1$. Traffic  Manager.
Vancouver,  '',   C,
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave X. \V. 15,10; an N. VV. ll.:;:,.
C.P !:.  MISSION BRANCH
���    -     N'. \S. -.::<���:  ar. Seattle 15.50.
1 '������'���" Sea :." !_.::..;  ar. N. \V. : -.1".
'' P.R    WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
Leave N. \V. 8.30, l'> :::,, 13.40, 17, 5.
'  ��� ve X. vs. :..:;:., 1[.35, ie.. 1, is.40.
GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Lv. .\*. \v. 9.20 a.m.; ar, Seattle -I p.m
Lv. x. VV. 4.::.-, p.nl.; ;,,.. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V.. \V. i. Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. X. \V. :; ji. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. X. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. X. W. 9:35 am.; ar. Guichon
2.2ii p.m. I
Lv. Guichon 2-40 ji. m.; ar. N. \V.
', S:15 p m, aud 6 p. m.
.Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. Xew Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and . a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 p. ru.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Guif
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From X. W. .Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m,
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m
Ramona��� J
From X. VV. Tu., Th., Sat   8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
: raii-ter���
From X. YV. daily, ex. Sat. antl Sun..
2 p.m.;   Satur.lay. 2 p.m.
Add. trip. Monday, 5 a.m.
From Stevesion. 7 a.m. (Fri. G a.m.l
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS.
Kithet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon.. 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Close. Received.
Seattle, via Sumas 7.45 a.m. 6.40 p.m.
S non and Mill-
Bide, No. 1  7.45 a.m. 11.:',." a.m.
Vancouver,  No.   1.  7.-I.", a.m. '.'.en a.m.
i; N.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle, .  8.15 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. & ('en.  Park.10 30 a.m. 2.."' p.m.
Victoria    in .'in a.m. 9.00 a.m.
liasl Burnaby ....  1.13 p m. 1.15 p.m,
Ladner, Steveston,
ele    1.30 p.m.   1 1.. ea :
C.P.R east, Sap; i r-
i. ti. Millside an l
Coquitlam      3.00 p.m, 11.35 . i
Van.  and   Burnabj  3.10 p.m.   G.00 p.m
G.N.R, Flyer    1.00 p.m. 11.00:
Timberland,  T les
ad Friday .   ... 12.00 m.    12.00 in.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia  Coast Line
Service.
	
TIME TABLE
(Subject io change without   nottce.1
Princess   Beatrice,   cu.  29,   from
Vancouver.
Princess May. Nov. :t. Irom Vancouver.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Lcives   Vancouver  daily at   1   p.  m.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
S. S. Charmer.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Wednesday ami  .Mondays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally except Saturday and Sunday at  1:30 p. m. Saturday at 2:;io p. rn,
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S. S. Queen City
Lea,. . Victoria at 11 p, ra. on Ist,
Tth, Hull ami 20th of each month foi
Ashousit an! way p. int.; leaves Vic-
toria on the 7, ami 20, for Quatsino and
way poll,--. Leaves Victoria on 20th
Of each month for Cape Scott and way
points including Quatsino.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   New  Westminster  on  Mon
.lay.   Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursdaj
' I   Fri la.   a;  2   ii.ni. and  Saturday
at 2 j.. m. witb additional trip on Monday at 5 a. rn.
Leaves Steves'on Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. a,.: Friday at 0 a. m. additional
trip  S .":: day  5  p.  ru.
UPPER  FRASER   RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New We.--minster, 8 a. m.
M  ndays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westmlnstei
in ! Chilliwack.
NORTHERN  B.  C.  ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 2 p. m., 2nd
and 16th of each month, calling at
S tidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second trip. Time on arrival and
le  irture are approximate.
For reservations and information
- address
ED. GOULET,
A cent,  New Westminster
E. J.  COYLE,
,^st. Gen. Pass   Agent. Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Suii.r'ntemlent, Victoria
Oen. Ave.it, Freight  De|��t.,
New   Westminster
SEALED TENDERS addressed I
he in lei signed, an 1 i :i lorse I "Ten-
foi Public Building, Edmonton,
Alta.," will be received a1 this office
until We Ini .da.. X- vember 2s. 1906,'
inclusive :��� r the construction of a
Public Building at Edmonton, Alta.
Plans and specification can be seen
and forms of tender obtained at this
Department, on application to Mr. R.
.1. Manson. Clerk of Works. Ednion-
��� m, Alta., and Mr. J. Gn enfield, Su;.:. i
a Public Works, Winnipeg, Man.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will nol be considered unless
ma 1" on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures.
Each tender must be accompanii 1
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
I ank, made payable to the order ol
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten percent. (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering decline to enter into a contract
when called upon to do so. or if he
tail to complete the work contracted
for. If the tender he not accepted the
cheque will he returned.
Tin  Department does not bind itself
to accept the lowest or any tender.
By order.
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.
Di partment of Public Works,
Ottawa, Octol er 29, 1906.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Department will not  be paid for it.
Discouraging:  i.io-xi   For  ���  nil...I,
(ine of Pittsburg's bank pro- dent - i
a friend and must unassuming beni I u
tor of ambitious young men. lie Is
sympathetic when listening : > cas,..
which merit encouragement, bul can
also dismiss an interviewer with admirable abruptness.
A youth on one occasion entered th ���
banker's office and jovially announced
that be Intended going to collage, lie
Intimated thai a little assistance In tl ������
matter of obtaining a scholarship would
be a most convenient asset, with whi b
to start on his career.
"And to what profession do you aspire V" questioned the president pre
ciously.
"I won't give up," asserted the younj
man boldly, "until 1 am privileged to
place after my name the letters D. I)..
LL. li."
The banker turned in his chair and
intimated that the interview was at
an end by saying tersely:
"A capital idea, sir, but one entirely
beyond the resources of this ban!;."���
Harper's Weekly.
On questions of behavior it child always ������ xhibits undue curl isity as to
ais father's pasl record.
Imitation is sometimes the rawc-t
caricature.
The innocent bystander usually ls
outfitted with a life sized vacuum in
his cranium.
Wild oats as a crop do better in the
city than the rolled variety.
There seems to be a pure weltoprlng
of delight in fooling oneself.
FAMINE P8EVAILS
IN CENTRAL CHINA
Starving    Millions    Grow    Desperate,
and Disorders are Feared in
Celestial   Empire.
Shanghai, Nov. 4,���Missionaries re-
1 irt a : iosI severe famine In ihe
northern part ol Kiangsu province,
Central China. It is estimated that
l ,000,000 people face starvation.
L.ica! magistrates are preventing peo
pie from leaving the region, but are
taking no steps to provide them with
food supplies. Serious disorders are
feared.
Fras..-Grant.
Ou Saturday last, at St. Andrew's
manse, .lohn A. Fraser, of Vancouver,
was joined In the bonds of matrimony
to Mi- Julia Grant, B.A., daughter of
the Rev. A. (Iran:, of St. Catharines,
Ont. The young holy was a guest at
the tnar.se prior to the ceremony, as
Rev. Mr. Henderson ami the father
of the bride are old friends. After a
short honeymoon trip Mr. and Mrs.
Fraser will lake up their residence \u
Fariview, Vancouver.
EYES
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FREE
Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
CHOICEST CIGARS
TOBACCOS,
PIPES and
CIGARETTES
AT
GAMON'S
Tenders for Debentures
SEALED TENDERS will be received by the undersigned up to the 19th
day of November. 1906,  for the  pur-
base of debentures of the Fourth
.-tree; sewer, City ol New Westminster, B.C., amounting to twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00), and bearing,
interest at the rate i i five per cent,
per annum, payable half-yearly, the
principal and Interest ieing payable
at the office of the Hank of Montreal
In Nov. Westminster B.C.
The tenderer must state the net
price he will pay here.
The Cm poratlon does not bin 1 itse
i.i accepl any tender.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City clerk.
i'i'. Hall, New Westminster, B.C.,
'    ..   ; -a  ::, 1906,
Envious.
I wish I wero an elephant
Unwieldy, large and si rung.
With dusky palm leaf fans for can
And  tusks a  few feet  lung,
And with a Saratoga trunk
To swing rrom side t i side,
A fancy blanket on my Lark.
Where all my friends might ride.
I'd have a barr. ilrl of fun
In  working ai that trade;
Go to the circus every day
And 1���   in the paiad,..
I'd cut up capi : s in the ring
And stand  upon my  head.
And I ict,1,1 always say inside
To see the lions fe I.
The ladies as they passed me. _y
On me would all be swi et.
They'd open up tin Ir :��� unat bas
And H-t me eat i ad i ..t.
The little i ht! In  .  wo    1 i  mil   round
And .'. pe n  - . a \. T. : cuke
And ce kii s aad a lai i .* things
Like mothi r usi  I to a.n ., .
I'd si are my keepei  '��� al. tu death
When 1 was fei lm.   .... ,
For when I wi i t up a a i, . i
Tin re'd !>������ ol.    -a a  a l     |. a.a
The owner of the bli  imi i;i     w
Might ' ome and iho.'." n lii.
Bui ii' l didn't like thi   place
I'd paok u."  trunk mid uult.
AT   THE   HOTELS.
Guichon���C. A. Brandon and wife,
Anacortes; ... tl. Oreaves, Miss 1.
Greaves, Vancouver; C. M. Johnston
.mi wife, Bellingham; F. w. Sullivan,
S;   Paul.
Windsor���D. Seiteis, Vancouver; .1.
Dougherty, Mission; Miss Pearl Reed,
Nanaimo; Tom Warren, Whonnock;
.!. II. McKaney, Jarvls Inlet;  Stephen
I j. liotuia, Whonnock; a. ttouieaux,
Nicomen; Mrs. A. .1. Applen, Vancouver.
Colonial���A.   W.   Brock,     Portland;
J Dr. O. Lewis. Seattle; .1. Scott, Chilliwack;   Miss   E.   Gray,   Westham
' land.
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After a determined but vain effort
to drive dull care away by frequent
and liberal potations, three bar-room
supporters���J. Saul, Sam Booth and
Lew Presi on���were escorted to tbe
lock-up las; evening by the city police.
Saul will i.e charged this morning
witli having keen drunk and disorderly, While th,' other two will  be classed
w:'i:i -li" incapableg.
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RAZORS
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"The Milwaukee"
���'The   Pion^r  Limited"   St.  Paul   to
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago.  "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   train-   in   thc   service   on   any
railroad   in   tiie   world   that   equal   in
equipment  th it of the  Chicago, Milwaukee  &    '   Paul   Ra^way.    They
,   .,    .,,i  ,     rate their own  sleeping
and dining on alll their trains and
���jve   j|lelr   ;   tr ins   an   excellence   of
servj(,   ,,, ��� a able  elsewhere.
II    -   :.��� iWE. Genera! Agent.
, j. -pi.,> | St.. i   r Alder, Portland, Or
APPLICATIONS
WANTED
Application for the position of As-
Blstanl    to    the    Superintendent    of
Water Works will be received by The
undersigned until .Monday, ihe 29th
Inst.
AV. A. DUNCAN,
City Hall, ce. Ill, moo.
City Clerk.
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When you want BLACK silk,
you don't say "a spool of silk."
When vou want Wind =or Table
Salt, say  so--" WINDSOR."
Iv"_ri35iri3 Director.
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Nelson-Gans fight
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Night   Office    B22
-    -   ���   mere     ...     ....    ar-
.:. :   ���:.������    ither, 1
-���_ ���   mifestations   ol    lisap
which   the  arrangement   has   e.
will proba ilj  lea 1 to the ad        i
, better meth i i of de iling with international questions In which the Interest - of the colonies are involve i
New Westminster Opera House
Nov. Sth
A published forecast of probable legislation at the approaching session of
the Dominion Parliament inclu les .in
amendment to the election act l < impel every qualified voter * i cast his
ballot. It Is to be hoped that the Lil -
eral party will not make itself responsible tor any such unscientific
and blundering legislation.
Onl;. original lifeliki reprodui tion
ol be greatesl of ring .a ties, fought
at <;���' in ids, Nev i G - arena re-
��� - wi re $69,715.
Begins at  8.30 p.m.
Seats on sale al Ryall's Drug Store.
Prxes 75c. 50c;   gallery, 25c.
MONDAY,  NOV.  5.   1905.
A   LITTLE   MIXED.
A:i--.'...i:,- in .: Icli on ' Tii i I-- ie"
.'. bl h . eare i In thi se columns a
few da - ago, the Colonlsl al andons
the a:;'.'ration proposal an i le iU
wil i v hal Is lef ol the G ivei nment't
; ositlon on the In tter terms q lestl in,
.. i way which seems to sh ;\\ that
I1 is .- iffi iu- :.om some i onf isi n of
ideas, or else is trying to confuse the
min I of its rea lei -
[I now says th il the Governn nl
wisle-s tlie cas.' as between the Province and Dominion to be submitted to
a board, bin does n it ' conti m il > e
that the board should do anything
more than recommend." In its farmer statemenl of the Government's
position, its words wor.' that the
claim should be let'; (we emphasize
one word) "to tin-decision of an Impartial body." Now. "the decision of
an impartial body" is arbitration.
The Colonist next proceeds to deal
with our statement that "the settlement must have the endorsement of
the other provinces," but puts it, we
are sorry to observe, in a way that Is
neither fi^ink nor candid. "Any settlement which the Dominion may
make" is the phrase it uses to define
our position, and it goes on with i's
argument in a way to lend the reader
to suppose that we had spoken of this
endorsemenl of the other provinces as
a constitutional necessity, What we
did say was. "Any CftJVernment of the
Dominion which _;oes as far as it
ought In meeting British Columbia's
expectations must have the consent
of the other provinces or run into a
hornet's nest." Now. "any" settlement which the Dominion "may"
make, and "the" settlement which
the Dominion "ought" to make, are
sentences which have a wi lely different meaning. In this case the difference Is so wide that all the Colonist's
line-spun arguments tumble in nothingness between.
As to what is lefl of the Government I'osition, now that arbitratl m
is found to be untenable���to what
does it amount? Simply an assertion
that the Province has a good claim to
preferential treatment, a proposition
which uo one disputes, and a proposal
thai said claim be examine I bj .- in e
"impartial body*' whose finding would
bind nobody���would leavo the matl r
exact!;.-  where ir  found  it.
Befi a ������ closing, we shoul i lil:.- to
give the Colonlsl a little lighl i
some points in discussing which i' appears ' - walk iu larkness, The flrsl
Is, I hat, while we properly s] oak of
a provin or the pi o\ Inces ai l the
I lominlon as entitles, con _ti-
t 'Hi.malic,   in    a alln '    with    pra' tl   ll
questl ii- wi mui I noi forgi    thai tl
Dominion has no existei   ���   a   irl from
the | :���' . Inces,   Tl ��������� in 1 Is, lhal i i
gumeni and ��� li svhic] appl
to a li gal claim fa fo breach ol ��� ������
tract. | . nol a . : to i moral cl i .
i a - :'... ��� he rea IJtt tmeni of a bai gain
whbb has provi d lm | il ta de i The
third Ls, that British Columbia Liberals an- prepared to g i. and will go,
jusi as far In defence of provi:,:.ial
rights as the mosi "loyal" Tor- -i'
them all; bul they ask to be allowed
to do ii like sensible men. an 1 also
like good  Canadians.
As a sample of ill-roun i. Insulting
boorishness, the following pai igraph
the Mail .in I Empire is al i il
��� the limit": The al - > ion In the
Baptisl convention thai Sir Wilfrid
Laurler is 'a Jesui ' has been officl illj withdrawn, it  ms thai the remark was an unjust reflection u i
the celebr ite i religious order."
Uthough the thing Itself Is any.
thing but amusing, one i ann il sup.
press a smile in reading Toi \ ai ticli -
��� out the London bribery case. T i
.-ach a height of virtuous indignation
do they attain! So shocked they are
at the low standard of morality revealed! And yel i1 Is a matter of history that London was first corrupted
-first brought to that state whieh
a i :������ clean elections impossible���by
the Tories, whose bribery an 1 manipulation were far more scandalous
than the worst that has been reve ' '
by iiu- present Investigation, bad as
that is.
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SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the un lersigned, an i endorse i ' Ten
Ier for Public Bull Ung E lm ml n
Vita.," will I ������ . 'celve I at -ids office
until We In"- i..,. November 2S, 1906,
:;.i lusl rely, : hi const id I in a
Buil ling   il  E Imonton, Alta
P ins an 1 .pecifli ai lon i an bi -��� ��� n
an i foi ms ol ten lei ob line i al this
Depai' ment, n ipplicatlon to Mr. It.
J. Manson. Clerk if V\ oi ks, E Imon
��� ... Ui ... an i Mr. J. Greenfli I I, S ipi
of P ; die Woi ks, VV Innipeg, Man.
P -. a ms ti n lei Ing are notified  - hai
���:. lers will nol    e t msi lere 1 unless
madi      :.  the   pi inte I  form   suppl'e 1,
a:: 1   signe!   with   their   acl nal   signa-
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l-l ich  ten ler must,   be  accompanii I
.;, an  na-", ti : cheque on a chai tere 1
. ma :���     ayable  to  the order ol
a    Honorable "lie .Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent, (i11 p.c.)
of the  amount  of  the  tender,  which
will be forfeited if the person tendering   lecline  to  enter  Into a contract
wh :i calle 1  upon  to  do so, or if he
fail  to complete the work contracted
for.   If the tender be not accepted the
cheque will he returned.
The D"partment does not bind itself
to accept the lowest, or any tender.
By order.
FRED GELIXAS,
Secretary.
Departmenl of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 29, 1906
N iwspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from the Department will not be paid for it.
Tenders for Debentures
New Westminster-First, Last ano Ali tlie Time
SINGER  AND WHEELER fcr WILSON
SEWING MACHINES
EASY  TERMS
PIANOS
New Scale Williams Morris
Nordheimer Dominion
PIANO   ��>LAYERS--One  only   NewcomLe  Piano
Player  to  be  sold  at  a   ljaro'ain.
Dominion
-Doherty
ORGANS
Sherlock
Manninn
The Edison Phonograph
Graphophones. Violins,  Accordions,   Xylophones. Mandolins,   Concertinas,  Flutes,  Whistles, Guitars,
Mouth   Organs,  Zithers.
Grand new* selection of the celebrated Columbian and Edison Records,
Subscribe for our monthly records.    Xew selection each month.
Musical instruments of all kinds kept in stock. Easy terms on all instruments.
J. H. TODD
The Music House
Burr Block, Columbia St,
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SEALED TENDERS will he received .;. the undersigned up to the 19th
day of November, 1906, for the purchase of debentures of tha Fourth
street sewer, City of New Westminster, i; ('.. amounting to twenty thou-
-a:i I dollars ($20,000.00), and la- iring
interest a' the rate ol Bve per cent.
i er annum, payable half-yearly, the
pi in' ipal ui i interesl being payable
the office of the Hark ot Montreal
in Xew Westminster, B.C.
The  tenderer   mu--   state   the   nei
ice he will pay hen-.
Tie- Coi i iration does nol hind itsi I
1   ic ��� pt any tender.
W. A.  DUNCAN*,
('iiy Clerk.
Cii ���   Hall,   Nov.-   Westminster,  lid'.,
November ���:, 1906.
W. R. .Gilley, 'Hnone it'i.
GILLEY BROS.
dealers in
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also a_.'t:*s B. C. fottery Co. sewer pipe, etc.
I.oeal agents  Vancouver Portland Cement Co.
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot
'Phone 1-8
FOR SALE ��� Bedroom suite, wood
Davenport .������ lsl -ad. Appl) Co ik's
wall paper store, C dumbla streel
206-6
WANTED ��� A blacksmith for stone
quarry. Apply Gilley Bros.. Front
street, New Westminster 190-tf
PRINTING���Let us do your printing
We guarantee 5 iu very reasonable
prices, prompt delivery and complete - itisfaction. The Arrow Press,
Front street.   Mrs. Dominy, owner.
198-6
Spokane falls & Northern Ry. Co
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between .all
points east, west and south to 1< ---
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with tiie Great
Northern, Northern PacTic ami O. R,
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connect- nt Meyers Fall., with
���dage t'v'y for Republic,
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson,
Effective    Sunday,    November    io.
n.or.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 am Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
������"���.25 P-m Rossland ���4.10 p m
9 40 a.m    Nelson    6.45 p.m
II  A. JACKSON.
��� ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
IF VOl' WANT DRY, COMFORTABLE FEET
DURING WET,  UNCOMFORTABLE WEATHER
GET YOUR   FEET   INTO  A   PAIR   OF
The "DICK" Old Country      |
Damp Proof Boots
Th - - s.r leather of tin. Dlcl   ...   Is 1 en lei e i  Impc .
by a pi >. ���      which effeel iall;    Oils .1 , the  nal 111 al
1      1    making It imposa    le        the .-..lo- to ge      ���      -���'
Youths, $2.00       -       -       Boys, $2.75
Boys can't wear these out in one season.
Gent's from $4.00.
J. STEWART   -    Sole Agent
Cl_   Country   Boot  Store. Columbia   St..  New  Westmi
_t_"ii_'.'. ..Si"^^
ciion*
R. C. Purdy, The Confe
Is now manufactu*' ;;.���; on his premii
Columbia Sir    , a full line of
Toffee and Caramel^
TRY   THEM.
I carry a full lino of G. B. and Lowney's Chocolates,
A Newfoundland writer, who seems
to l.e thoroughly inform".1. sums up
the tn ..lus vivendi agreement in tlie
Newfoundland fishery matter as another ease of tho "Americans getting
lhe kernel and leaving us the husk."
lie traces 'he century-long history of
lhe question, an.l tells how the Americans have, hy persistent pushing, secured a large slur" of the benefits of
the Ashing Industry till along the Canadian and Newfoundland coast. One
of ihe most Irritating feature., of the
whole business i- ihat the modus
vivendi concedes to them certain
"rights" which their own state department only a few months ago declared
Ihey did not in)s��"ss. Then, are two
points, however, from which some con-
soation can he derived,    One is that
We Are Clearing Out
A LOT OF
China Tea Cups and Saucers
at $2.25 per dozen.
The Regular Price is $3.00
per dozen.
ADAMS & DEANS
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j CHEAP DWELLINGS
* roomed dwelling on Princess street  O-l-O
1-ioomed dwelling on Princess street..   J350
.-roomed dwelling in Supper.on (lot i.i   fruit)    $G-C
��� f-roomed dwelling on Eleventh street  (lol iu fruit)    vOOO
��� G-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner lot)   $950
��� : roomed house, Carnarvon (all conveniences)     $1,000
��� r roomed hou.-.', Agnes Btreel     $1,C30
��� G-roomed house, Fifth avenue (corner lot)   $1,200
t ALL  ON   EASY TERMS.
i Since Oct. 23 we have disposed of six dwellings in ihe city at satisfactory prices.   If you hnve on��
��� sale, lisi it with us,   No commi ssion charged unless we make the sale   We advertise freeofcha    '   '
p.c���_--,s_      White & Shiles "��E,
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THE DAIL*  NEWS
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.   ready to �� ar
'..   -. 55 to .2.50, to go
Hats, -
The
:~S Local News Briefly Told
27 inch, crean and
plain  black ��
25c per yard.
Cash   Store
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Ike him,
SEW WESTMINSTER
OPFRA_HOUSE
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7ft
Hull
all . luds an I cul  flowers,
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S. G. Tjd/'s, pUOlie A1S4.
dtf
a  valiant   sold the ci
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"���.   Mel lutcheon,   ol   Victoi la
���'���   "ii   business  last   Saturday, and
���  enl Sun.lay in the city with friends.
���  "    a tbe red .". - ���    .  :.
unS j Arm;,   an 1 . ige  i -
sah ition   u
lilks Hats Coats
BLANKETS AND HOSIERY
('api. Card, of Ibi .Samson. has  ... m
the pasl   few  days  with
The private car, the Letb irl Ig ���.
which belongs to E, T. Gait, the p -
idem of the Alberta Railway and Irrigation Co., was  ighl  Into the city
g hid  up  for
9 rheumatism
!���! ..,                                                          yesterday by the O. N. R. and trans-
.���. rhe usual weekly meeting of the citv  ferred to the C   f   R    The car was
������, council will he held this evening, when   then   sent   to   Vancouvi
>| the liquor license by-law trill come up
ft for discussion
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*t; had planned to go outside  >-..���>.-, ��� ���        '                                  '
ver  an l   to-day
be   taken   to   Lethbridge,   Alta.,
behind No. 96.   The ear is al presenl
A number , ' the river boats which   occuPied  b>*  ''���  '- Naismith, .
\ esterdav
y  B'ei'<3 kepi tie i up In port on account ���
$ of the stormy weather. the coasl    "'''s  t0   take   hon<'   v-
Naismith   who   has  been   .pi n ling
UNDER SOUTHERN SKIES
:.       Lottie Blai   P irker, author
if -Way  Down Easl "
A  Play  that Will   Live Forever.   """
The ni is!   iriginal, unhackneyed and
plaj  of Southern life ever
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27-REMARKABLE CAST-27
Massive  Production   Complete in
Ever? Detail,
Over Two Million People Have Seen
This   Play.
Seats on sale en Mon lay m irnlng
nl Ryall's Drug Sl ir >.
Prices. $1.00,  75c. 50c;   gallery. 25c.
divertln
.  : ll    in
Th" members ol  the St,  Paul's so-  tew  weeks   with   friends   In   Victoria
!���!  cial  club are to be entertained  al _  and Vancouver.   The Ala.
>*   Hallowe'en social this evening al the   Is   a   s
,���,  residence   of  J.   p.   Maxwell,   Fourth   bride
fnusual chances to save here these days.   We tested
ur buying- power by buying heavily of these goods.
Test your Saving Power by taking advantage of
our offerings.
V   avenue
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itort line and   connei I
ui I i louts, Alb i
Leth-
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This Morning's Special
S00 ; ar 1-  of Rustling Chiff in Taf-
fei .     i        -   . .-    [u ilil      : mses,
��� a-     li   uses- white, i ream, sky,
 :: - ������ n   grey,  ; Ink,  cerise,
i .: Unal and alb ;  a goo 1 honest bar-
��� tin.      90c    an I    $1.00    Sill -.    This
ning, per yard   59c
Our Skirt Sale has alwu       iti   ided
ttention    and    favo ���    . neni
i'his   time  we're   clearing   50   stylish
separate  -i.i: I -  w oi th   . 1.75  I i $$6.00
:.    $3.25
Ladies' Warm Winter Bio. ses -One
: un i ed of w hich i inn In j isi too
late tor I he exhibiti m I ide. Thej
are warm, prettj . viceable.
Vou    i hoice for   75c
The tool ball    match   announc   1   to
A  moving  .. portrayal  of the'ta  ���      iei   lasi  Saturday between the
��� famous Battling Nelson and Joe Cans Roi   rs and   i   picked  team  from Co-
>l   Rsht for the lightweight championship 'iimb'an   college  did   nol   materialize.
��������   '"���   tbe   world   will   tai ���   place   nexl '���   arontl.   the college   boys   consld-
!#:   I imi's.lay evening at the opera bouse ered  thai thej   could nol gel I igether
9      ,  ,.   ���   ,,_   , ���   ,. iin aggregation .-tou,'.':. ugb to Fa ������
�������      Contractoi    McFarland, of   Vancou- ,,,    ,     ,     ,,
>, ,.     i,   ..      ��� '   , <>���' husky Rovers, and the game  _ is
��� vei, was in the citj yesterday took ng ,.,,���   -   .��     -,.,     .  ,
��� nt-, ,  ���!     ,   ���        ��� .,      .,  ,.      , cn!le'   ��~-     '!'''   intermediate   mate i
:���'   "u '���  (he ruins ol the ol 1 Doug as El-      , ,     .    .
9   ia,,, hi,   ���    .... ,   . "etween  the   unior Vancouver Sham
's   noti   Hock,   w    .  a   view to tendering
sj   ,..,,���,,,  ,. .   . rticKs and the citj   Intermediates was
.���   ii|ion the new structure which Is to be .
>;   ;mil; ,,,,..,. *<**"*    'J* the   visitors,   after   a   good
'���j game, ' j the score  ������' four to nothing.
R. ���'��� Benson, of the Arm of Benson 'ril1'  " x;   -'l!|1"  will take place Nov.
& Ayling, will leave for Nanaimo with '" bol ween the Rovers and rhe Van-
Mrs.  Benson  In the course of a  few C01*vei'   Celtics, and as both teams are]
iays.    They  expeel  to  remain   then, setting licked Into shape bj this time.1
the nexl   three  months.     During :!lr -l!|." promises to be a good one.
Mr, Benson's absence, Mr. Ayling will _ 	
be In charge of the business.
THEY ALL COME BACK
I'v*ry one who breakfasts,
lunches or (lines at
COOK'S
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, because
Everything is Clean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
:���
9'
1
i  ''
I
9 ''"' members of the local k. of P.
JK lodges will pay a fraternal visit to the
>| lodge room  of uniform rank of  Van-
>���< couver on Friday next, where ihey will
>! be entertained at a reception.   A spe
:���:
Merchants' Lunch
FIRST CLASS
Full Course, including Coffee with
Cream,       -      -       35c
12 to 2 p.m.; fi to 8 p.m.
Jessie Maclachlan
THE   SCOTTISH   PRIMA   DONNA.
assisted   by
1
9'
fi
cial   car  lias heen   chartered   for  the  DOUGLAS YOI'MG, 1 ir.or
occasion. JOHN   Mei.IN*. ...\, V'c'om  tills
LIXDLKV GRAHAM, Solo Pianist
Good Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Specialties
Short Orders Quickly Served.
MRS. M. M. COOK,
Trapp Block, Proprietress.
Columbia St.
A potato  weighing three pounds Is
mi exhibition in McLeod ,t Mark's real
���2  ostiiie  office   window.    This weighty
own at  Chilliwack by J.
M. Galloway, and is a fair sample of
New York Patter i Hats    Fifteen of these beau-
en     'i.    tre to be offe a | ai aboul half price.
....   i   .  atj lish  and   ��  rfh   .iii.  $20  and
i ...         $10.50
One Hun.red  Wrappers   ��� Comprising   many
sizes,   in   u tnj   materials.    The
W-   ' season; $1.25, $1 ���'��� i and $2.00 lines
   95c
Heavy  Winter   Jackets,  $12.50,   $1S.00
$22.50;   ��� ,i  sirictlj   latesl   31,-les,  I ul   warm,
. I  materials;   go  at $2.75
a   tuber  wa
'4
V   what can be grown In thai fertile vai-
9' i-y.
��
ROBERT   lilf'IiAXA.N.  AccompanisL
Under the auspice- of the Sons
of Sen' lan i.
7;   dozen   pairs Ladies'  and  Misses' Cashmere   ���*
a        So   rough    was   :n     weather   m   t.'H
Hose, in plain and ���:. with seamless f ;  all  $ Gulf on Sir irda    that  all save three
'sf
��� zes up to tei   Inches;   15c values for 25c  \( of the officers ani crew of the Queen
��J ('it;,   were laid up In their bunks with
S -i'a  sickness.    The vessel  brought in
Ladies' and Children's Kerchiefs, of white lawn  y a mix,,(1 cargo of general merchandise
... li lace border or plain hemstitched edge; regular  >} ��� ami will leave this mornlg on the ro-
OPERA HOUSE
Nov. 15th at 8:30 o'clock
a ceni -: re-'   il the
Reserve i  seal
house, 50 cent-.
Box plan al  Ryall's Drug Sl n ���
i-'.^r an l 10c. :' ir
Regular s ��� Una
8c
turn journey   to  Victoria.
.5c   &
'Hi
������  :*'.
HVarm Winter
Underwear
lozen Ladies' Vests���
pwn  as  mill   seconds,
pseare equal to 50c and
_ Is, but owing to
perfections are sold as
-now 35c
%Jm E
The Baptist Sunday school held Its
Brsl session at the new hour of 12,15
j-esterday, and had a better attend-
;���; ance than was expected for the lirst
Sunday In spite of tbe Inclement
weather. Both officers and teachers
are enthusiastic ahout the movement
and the majoritj of the parents are
also converted  to the i lea.
Warm Winter
Underwear
15 dozen Women's Union
Rib Drawers, different
sizes, good medium weight
���special 35c pair
Ladies'    and    Children's _,
_     a   |lu, evening w!;| |���, considered,    1 w.>
Flannelette Drawers, big g
line, all sizes, at 25c
A meeting of the i onunittee organized for the purpose of arranging details In connection with the baseball
smoker \\ ill be held thi; evenin;,
when the names of the artists who
are to can': ibute ' i I he enjoyment ol
It's Like Handing You Money
to sell you one of our fountain pons.
Thej save lots of time, and time, you
know, is money, The pens we handle
ar<  the kind tha!
WRITE RIGHT
all the time. Once tilie I. the; ar il
ways ready for service. They won'l
leak or refuse to feed the ink or fail
In any particular. Try one of the
moderately-priced kind, and see wl il
.'. ou bave I ecu missing,
W. C. Chamberlain, inij^^r
ERINE  3LCCK
un .    ,    ,n i    seven ,   . ards   Al
f    h Cashmere,  12 inch.'- wl ...  old  ro
���.    Our  :.' tular 50c  Iiu
..1   	
I    Weel
i ���. pink,
'.  il -
 35c
Unbleacr, -. Table Damask. 70 inches wl le. ,35c
Yardwid.   Flannelette,   lu   a ,       wel ;ht,   pink,
���
Ill
-ol I els
'w here   11   I -' _. - I o
    10c
Saxony Wool   B'ankets.   10  I is
���; ���  DO,   Per    air  	
cl   ��   Sl   Fine White All  Wool  Elar.kets,
I ii I ue -:   . '	
9'
'.*'.
~~"""  '.*.
>.
size >;
23.50   J
>!
���   ;���
>���
:���;
;���;
M.25
on:- mil
Lad.es'  Tailored   Suits. 0.       I   >;   fisherman   kn
and navj cheviol; the
(10.50   ' .  $1."),00,  go a'   	
if a line thn    *,':.i
,$3.35 ;���; ...-���'���   ^
Umbrella News
Ladli -'  an I   Misses'   I'mbre li
of  n   I;:.'   quality   Gloria
fine   and   light,   with  paragon
frames,   metal   rods and   tasty
handles   $1-25
Might dozen Children's School
Umbrellas, sixteen dozen Umbrellas with metal rods, men's
an I chilli-en's sizes.50c and 75c
Hundreds of yards of Wrap-
a.rette Goods, in blues, .greens,
f i wns, re.Is. pinks, etc.; one big
lot, to go at  8I2C
members of the committee went ovor
to Vancouver yesterday for the purpose of making arrangements in connection with ' h" v. ri    ling , intests.
The govei nmenl snag boal Samson
arrive.I In porl on Saturday after B
particularly busj time up river. The
recenl heav; freshets have filled the
:,." v. Ith :. . is many an honesl
cost. The
number <������:
obstinate and hard to
move One i r tn i large trees woul I
: , |ge .ui ' he ' ed In a shallow place
an I aci a. a harbor for a number of
other snags, which laced and Interlaced until i: I iok the gianl snag puller all ii- time t i pei iu i le them io
break up.
���   ictlons   were   In
er
EXCELLENCE
of workmanship finish Is what makes furniture values.   Our endeavor   j
ive these two finalities   In every article bought an.) soul.
t
Our   ��
(
is tr
$1.00 ',:grt back dining chair possesses  these  la   marked    dBgrt
they an.  excellent value.    Our $11.00 solid oak cobbler seat  rocker Is
a leader  m.l Is a winner; roomy  and  comfortable;   and  t.hose  fancy
chairs, large  genuine  Spauish leather upholstering  at 116.00 ts onti
of the best.    Morris chairs all  oak   frame   from  $7ao  eiicti  up.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Duponl Block. Telephone 73.
��
J      One of the s il jects to I e Ini roduced
'*',  ai to-nlght'a m Ing of tlie city coun-
;���'  di   will  be   the  extending  of  Tenth
9  avenue Into tit" Burnaby municipality.!
Headed bj   Aid.  Henley, chairman of
ZT^ZZZl^tt the MONARCH RANGE
BEST   ON   EARTH
Burnaby district paid an official visit
ot   inspection   to this  avenue  on  Sat-J
It utilizes all tne heataig power of the  hard  coal,   soft coal,  wood or
 i  ^���_____��___���_______���__���   ���'
HEsmithI
IT     >}
5��!  unlay afternoou,  and   the   result   (fl
9   their Investigations v.as thai  a  meas-  coke.    Ordinary steel  and cast iron   rrnge3 are  fuel   wasters.    They  may
ure   will   be   Introduced   this  evening  work  well   until  the  belts  becoirs  locse wher? steel is bolted to cast iron.
*    isking   to   have  the   street   extended. |
rin- matter will be taken up Immefll-
The Monarcn range is dlf.-rent-
is constructed   with  nnlleable  iren
FOR SALE BY
frames, to which the steel is rivettod,   net  bolted.    It   is  only   in  this  way
Slately, and  arrangements  for the ex-i
* ,      .:,, , ,i���i.,,. I that absolutely  air-tight joints can   be  made.    There  is no  stove  nutty  in
tension made without auiaj. / ��      .
la   the  salvation   Army   Hall    tasi..' Monarch air-tight seams-no danger cf Isaks.
evening, a special memorial service in
| honor of the  late dames Follis. con-
9   ducted under the guidance of Captain |
!���.  sainsinn-y, was attended  by a  large
New Westminster, b. c. \ sr-*rt*'5^sr�� HARDMAN y BRYSON
i I being crowded  with sympathetic lis-
****>>v��vv.....  m-AwmTW^^^^396��� ��� tenci-s.   In the course of hl�� remai NEW WESTMINSTER.        VANCOUVER.
17 Columbia St.
:
_____ THE   DAILY  NEWS
MONDAY,
/
AN  UNCOMFORTABLE PERCH.
PROFESSIONAL
WHITESIDE i- EDMONDS. Barristers and soli ll rs, Blackie Blk.,
Colombia street. New Westminster.
VS. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
M!
|R. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the _  ���      ae court. Offices
���    Bank  of  Commerce  build-
.:   ,      ������_. a.   strei -.  o] poslte  ;   st
���-.: ���-. New Westmii -'.cr.    Money io
'earn
MARTIN. WEART  &
barristers, si licitoi
cQUARRlE,
. etc. Offices: New Westminster, Trapp B'.k..
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
V.i. . iver, rooms L'l to .4. 44** Gran-
..... street. ���'��� iseph Martin. K. C, ..
W. Weat*. v.*. ''.. >���-. Q-i irrie, H. A
Bo;::.--. Mr. Martin wif be in th3
Westminster offices every Friday af
ternoon
The Old  Hen:    "My goodness!
about a hammock!"
I'd  like to know   what people see to adrr ra
TOO SEVERE.
Wi
241.
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3L��S ('       I1    ���
adit���
^<\ //        ..��>>.'7y_>__ >* .-^ ���* n
La:y  Bill:     "Dis weather is a  no-S_r.ce."
H.s  Pel:   "How so?"
Lai/   Sill:    "Why,  it gits so warm  dat a feller hns  ter move.'
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 $:o per acre for soft c. al
and $_����� for anthracite. Not more
th,,n 320 acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton ru" 2000
j inds shall be collected on the gross
out] ut.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock com-
p. nie_ holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry i'or a mining location.
A free miner S certincate is granted
fnr one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance oi $7-50
[ier annum ier an individual, and from
$50 tr. $100 per annum for a company,
according to  capita!.
A free miner, navmg discovered
mineral in place, may locate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same with two legal posts, bearing
location notices, one at each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten mi'.es
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or traction. The
fee for reccrdmg a claim is Ss.
At least moo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu .nerer.f. 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
fi.oo 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 pr. vide for the payment of a
Royalty of -���'.��� p'-r cent, of the sales
of the pr. du :-  of  the  location,
PLACER MINING; Manitol a and
the N VV '1 . ex epting the Yukon
Territory:  Placer mining claims gen-
, ���     ...    ...   ���, o  f( ,.,   5qU  ���, p  entry   fei
$5, renewable yearly.    On tiie North
Sasl at.hev   -   Rivi r claims are eithei
bar or bei     , thi   foi mer  being
feel 1 mg and extending betv ��� 111 '.. gh
I |i ::��� '.'. :��� r i: ark. The latti - in
elude; I ir d ggings, but extends back
to the base of the hill or bank, not
>��� ��� eeding 1000 feet. Where steam
power 1- used claims 200 feet wide
may be obt    ni I,
Dredging in the Rivers of Manit iba
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yukon Territory���A free miner may rib-
tain only tv le ses of five miles each
for a term of twenty years, renewable in the discretion of the Mini ter
of  the   Interior.
The li '* right is confined to the-
submerged beds or bars of the river
below any low water mark, and sub-
f..r first yiar and Sio per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer ruining.
Placer mining in the Vukon Territory���Creek, gulch, river and hill
claims shall not exceed 250 feet in
length, measured on the base line Of
general direction of the creek 01
'gulch, the width being from irx,o ',1
2000 feet. All other placer claims
"���ball be 2..0 fect square.
Claims are marked by two li
posts, one at each end, bearing noti'-' -. Eritry mu-t be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office,
One extra day allowed for each . |di
tional ten mile- cr fraction.
REID  &   BOWES,  Bai
solicit
���    t ���
HOWAY,
ters,   solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lorne
.louse,   N'ew
.    .'.'��� ealler,  P.' 1.  Box
GEORGE E. MARTIN. Barristei
Solicitor, Guichon  bloi   , C
Ha and McKenzie streets, New West-
���    :. >tei, B, C.
W. MYERS GRAY. Bi rrlsti     So
ind Notary Pti      , in pr
- New '.'���'���   ''  -:.-'      ���'���''���   ' ''���
I   .     . -      - Is 1 1 'lai k-
,, :i   street, 1       site   ���'���     *   H   .-���
P . i   Bi i\ 169.    Ti l<   hi :.��� ,:'
The person rr company staking .
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length, aand if the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the output on which no royalty shall bi
charged the rest of the party ordinary claims or.lv.
Entry fee $10. Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half per cent, on the
value of the gold shipped from the
ieet to the rights of all persons who
have, or who may receive entries lor
bar diggings or bench claims, excep'
n the Saskatchewan River, where
the les-ee 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  lea^e  for each  five miles
but where a person or company has
bl ined   more   than   one   lease   one
dredge for each fifteen miles or fraction thereof is sufficient.    Rental, Sio
per annum  for    each    mile    of river
I leased.     Royalty  at the  rate cu' two
��� and a half per cent, collected on the
ut] ut after it exceeds Stn.oon.
Dredging in tbe Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
gn nted to a free miner for a term of
20 year-: also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
I submerged bar cr bars in tlie river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position r.n the
t-t day of August in ihr v r 0; the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge-
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental Sioo per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
j comptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
of me.re than one mining claim on
I each separate river, creek or gulch,
I but the same miner may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims
.:i partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of Sj. A claim may be
iband ned and another obtained on
the sano- 1 reek, gulch or river, by
giving   t:   !    e  and  paying  a  fee.
\\'..rk must be done on a claim
each year to the valui   >f a   least S200.
A certificate that work has been
.I . 11 I  ned,  an id  open  to  0 xupation
an.l entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
higher and wider than in similar ear-
on any other line. They protect
their trains by the Block System,
The boundaries of a claim may be
defined absolutely by having a survey
made and publishing notices in the
Yukon   Official   Gazette.
Petroleum���All unappropiated Dominion Lands in Manitoba, the North-
.'.��� -t 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 tbe land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres f,,r
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 ar. a not exceeding 640
acr.'. including the oil well, will be
sold to the prospector at the rati ;
St an acre, and the remainder of the
tra t reserved, namely, 1280 acres,
will lie sold at the rate of $,3 an acre,
subject t" re.yalty at such rate as may
he- specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the In
terior.
Dept, Interior. < I
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 en the sec nd
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ni.
Annual meetings r.n the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Wh''e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
Is held on the First Wednesday In
each month, at . o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially invite! to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary.
KING 80L0M0N LODGE. I"0. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodee are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'a month In
Masonic Temple. Bt 8 1.. m, Visiting brethren are lordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
���-OYAL CITY PRECEPTORY. No.4o9
R. B. K. of I., meets second and
fourth Friday of each month, at .
p. m.. in Orange ball, corner of
Royal avenue and .lohn street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially invited to attend, W. E. Dunlop, W.
P.:    E.  E. Matthias. Reg.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO. 1150
���Meets in Orange ball fi.st and
third Friday in each month at 8 p.
m.    Visiting brethren are cordially
Invited to attend.    E. E. Matthias,
W. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
I, 0. 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. Visitinc brethren cor-
; . Invite 1 ti itten I, A. !'. Halla-
day. N.G.; VS. c. C   itbam, il" :. Sec.
A, 0. U. W.��� FRASER LOCGE No. *.
���Meetings the first and third Tues
day in each month, Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. 0, U. W. hall, Oddfellows' bloi ; . C 11 son Btreet, C.
S. Coi: Ig in, rei 01 der; Lo lie Witt,
tn   ter -.. u   man,
FOSE GF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
Red Rose Degree meel Second and
Fourth Wednesday of eai h moir h,
in K. of P, Hall, Colun I I i Bt., at
s p, ir.. White Rose Di ee, Fourth
Wedne day in e 1 h month, same
time ind place. Visiting Brethren
cordii ly Invited. E, It. Stlnch-
combe, Pres., II. Dhni ���. Secretary.
SOU RT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month al ' o'clock, in the small
hall, Oddfellows' blocl:. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J, li. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
T.OURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8803,
A. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
tins Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesda' S of each month
a'  8  p. 111. in  Lhe Oddfellows'  Hall.
Visiting  Brethren  are cordlaly  in-'
vited to attend.    E. C. Firth, C. R."
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meel every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p, m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Hrethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown.
Sec.
SONG OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ASSOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Flrsl and
Third Tuesday of every month !n
K. of P. Hall, .lohn McNlven,'
Chief;  J. J, Forrester, Rec. See.
Annua
Xmas
Drawin
Win $300 in
Reichenbach Com'
Limited
Prize Contesi
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 Golil
A printed check will be given to each cash cu]
tomer showing the amount of their purchase. On
weekly and monthly customers will also be givj
coupons for the amount of their bills on payment1
same.
When you get $1 worth of checks present the
at our office and get a coupon. One is given to tff
customer and the other is deposited in a sealed bol
The first number drawn wins the first prize; tH
second drawn wins the second prize; and so
through the list.  Coupons are numbered induplicJ
IMPORTANT-A11 holders of prize coup!
must present them on or before January 10th, M
otherwise same will be distributed among the chaj
table institutions of the city.
REICHENBACH
Company
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   fgffSSnSi NOV.
1906.
THE   DAILY  NEWS
|. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
���iber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
���ARMERS ATTENTION!
iber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
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TIMBER  NOTICES..
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iadian Bank of Commerce
Ip Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE,
. ral Manager.
TORONTO.
ALEX. LAIRD,
Asst. (lenl Manager.
INCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
.   RAL   BANKING   UUSIXESS  TRAXSACTED.
FARMERS'   BANKING.
���aciIity  afforded   Farmers  for   their  banking   business.
Id  or taken   fcr collection.
Sales   Notes
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l.v.;   BY  MAIL���Deposits   may l'i- ma
ini -  rei .'ive every a' '������:.'!.>:'..
e or wlthdr iwn oby mall
WESTMINSTER BRANCH ��� !!. Ii. DAVIDSON, Manager
PEN   SATl'HDAY   EVEN* INGS. S TO .   O'CLOCK.
Royal Bank of Canada
il ue se   trit;   t.i depositors    ST VRT NOW ' ��� s .'..��� ..'iur money
reg   il  ;;.    People  do harder things everj   lay and have 1
r it
!.:. \i, .....a- .ni account.     Put it i:i ; ... '   II would prob-
��� ONE DOLLAR   I   losited ever;   we      with us will in
. .604.50.    THINK   THIS   OVER.
CPE
SATURDAY  EVENiNGS. 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
��� ���.���..:. a ' i.
afier da      .:.::::,
' ������       '  ��� ...a    : nei :.   .
'>��� ��� ral :ens i to i
**-�� iy timbei        va the
ri
-    ���-..      a'      a      [J   ,  et]
" ���  ���: tier, planted ie
ie Kildala iboui
"''��� i mil        ���  ......  iia.  mouth,  .  a
.  10 .'..aiu- norl .
��� '       hains   so 160
���      r:y   o.  c immence.
men 610 acres, more or
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i- "a'' : a ig .a- 27, 1906,
-��� Con .. m     i a-  a   posi   marked
VS. M.'s S VV. c irner, planted on   a
north   ian .   .: the Kildala river,  I ioui
Uv,) mil ���    .    .: im the mouth, r inning
foi  ��� -.   . 10 chains north. 120 chains
��� :' a Lins south, m chains . e
10 chains t. nth,   >0  wesl  to poinl  of
i ommem imi a . c ml lining >,! i   i res,
in    ..   ���
Loca    : Augusl 27, 1906.
;. C mmen Ing   al   a   posi   marked
W.  v  -  N.E   Corner, | ' ml   I    ���  the
ink ol lal i ri\
I       an I   a   half  miles   up   tl
ii . . iui.:. . inning a    foi  iws:
10 chain      mtl      .0 chains, we. ,   10
iortl    ICu       ...... jint
... ���  ii ��� ���  . i ml ilnin -     6 10
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Loi ite i A  - .     _���    :.""'.
I. Con .a    a  post ed
��� . .'.!.'- N '.'���'. i' ii m   . plan ed o      ie
Kildala    ver,    ioui
��� '��� an I a hall miles up I ie rivei from
ie   mou   .    running   as  follow   .   160
chain     east,    10  chains   south,   160
bain -   vest,  10 chain   oor S to point
(iiuii. ���:. iement,    . mtainin -    610
acres, moi e or less.
L a- tte I Augusl 27, 1906
5. C immencii g al i post mai ked
VV. M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
soul ii bank of th i Kil lala arm, about
one mile E the mouth of the river,
running ai follows; 30 chains south.
80 chains west, 50 chains north t.i ;h3
shore line, then ie f illowing shore line
' . p tint   if . u .-.ai. 'ement, containing
.   .-"     .. :: or less.
Located Augusl 27, 1908,
6. Commencing at a post marked
V','. M.'s S.W. Corner, planted on the
'���:r-: ban . of the Dala river, about
ten chains easterlj from the mouth,
running ' iws: 40 chains east,
1 . chali north, 10 chains east, SO
chains n irth to the river, thenre following river to point of commencement, . intaining ti 10 acres, m u ��� or
less.
Lo  ite     Uigusl 27. 1906.
,   ...   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per Frank Vandall, Agent.
<   ���   ;, 1906,
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
f-UR   THE   LITTLE   ONES.
Tiie  only   rail ���'��� iy  running   'S...
 rs ..a ! : iu ist car-. B< 3l equipment.
Train for Seattl       ives at     i0 a.m.
i.a - e I, Ej ������  15.10.
r ir   rates, ��� .atl in -   and oi iei
particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
Secondhand Mail Boxes.
; who was spending his
f';                                     l tiie country was Hew W atci- May 3e Obtained From the
��� "                                                     tll"     rr.tli! Fbmc of a Candle.
rural     itofficc. Boys  and  girls  would ho much
"' '         ' know this was such i surprised, perhaps,  I any one should
ought ii tell them thai it is possible to get
had   a    ���.���'..:'   only   al
i-  ���        nail  box nun bei
run : than that, . ml !
don't   s ijipn e  e\ cr    one  in  tow
rents n b >.\ either."
Th i poslmasl red oul of hi.,
little ban.'.! window.
'*1   can  explain  that,"  he  said.
���'To.i
see, tho country postoJYicoi The hvdr
water from the flame of a candle,
says the Chicago News. No, it is not
a magician's trick, bu: a simple principle of physics. A candle is made
up chiefly of carbon and hydrogen,
and when it burns the carbon passes
o(f as gas and unites with the oxygen
of the  air to form carbonic acid.
aU
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pai
ses  oil'  as   il
gas, but it unites wjtli the oxygen
E. J. coylE.
Assistant   General    Passenger
Vancouver.
Agent,
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.MJ ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, lii.iiii.i- and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WORK.
never gei new boxes, but we iur,
ti:.-,-,' 1,'i't over when the city e_tub
lishments   make  over  their offi :c
an.l get new boxes.    So v.m see lot
of. a*"**;-,:, r j.'a, im are'bound to ha1   | j^cpol, dry gobletbe hg|d. over Uni
high numbered boxes. __f_me**-ill�� steam WIlT co
"Although om- numbers Pllfl ovef |nner surfac
4.000, you won't find anv less thai: ! drops of wai
1,000. Some other country pi
office drew t'i" lower ones, i i
self had rather gel the big numb
for it i ial.es us seem like a busi!
little citv."���Washington Post.
of the air to form"water. C
The   water   leaves   the   flame   a*
steam, which cannot be seeu, but it
igld. ovi
ndense on ita
?t Ihc form q_| little
j^i r-nur.-i*! th" con-
cease rtfi soon fli tho
densation wi
glass becomes warm
thc supply of water
and therefore
resulting fr im
Ornamental   Iron
Fences, Gates, Fire
\\ OI'K,
Escapei
including
i, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In-
.-Ited.
JOHN REID,
BEG3IE
New Westminster.
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f.  I).  474.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered
part of the City.
promptly to any
Parks   For   the   Future.
One  of  the  man;    signs  of  i
awakened  civic  inti lligence  is  I  .
way American i ommunities arc '
orating the park idea and diver
ing their public spaces. Withinabotti
a dozen years they have learned I
there may be places �� In re a va ant
public square can be put to bi I
use even than  sodding it dovt ���
greensward.   They ��re restive un
der thc -'.aver, of the "Keep Ofl thc
Grass" sign,    They are not so keei
a.s they were to ereel statuary, e_
planades, terraces and omarm
fountains in their park areas.  When
nature has arrived at a .good effect
in a rocky ledge, a grove of noble
trees or a rolling m ladow, they an
often content to le*. it alotie.���Nev
York Mail.
the experiment will be limited; but
if a number of cool glassi - be read
at   hand   and   sen ral   can.lie-   I .
burned a goblet full of water may b*
thu- obtained.
Light and Heavy Hauling
'iffic.e 'Phone 185.       Ham  rnone 137
���WESTMINSTER   bKANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
lank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED bli.
Incorporated   by   act   ot   parliament
'������������      .:l up)   	
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|Rl. Hon   :. ird Strathcona an 1   M
 $14,000,000
. . . . $10,000,000
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Drummond,..
. .Vice Preside
at   an
Royal,   c,
Honorary President
 President
i   General  Manager
'���������     ' business transacted.
the principal cities In Canada, In London, Eng., New
ll;". and si. John's Nfl.l., an.! corre pondents in all parts of tb��
���AVINGS   BANK
|WESIVINSTER  BRANCH
DEARTMENT
Ci. t>. BRYMNER, Aucnt.
Single and Saw
!ill  Machinery
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MMM
 _��_._-_ -la__-Ui
SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
LIMITED.
New Westminster. B. C.
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ia      notice  that   application   has
. ��� :,   na le to register .lohn Kenned)
... ; .- ownei  In fee simple, under a
tax sale deed trom Sidney A. Fletcher
:.   i. mnedy, bearing   date the
of  D icember, A.D.  1901, of
all and slngulai that certain parcel or
tract o!   land    ind   premises   situate,
I; ing an ;   elng in the Distrlcl of New
Westminster, in the Province ot British     Co inibia,     more     particularly
Ibed as Lots I, 2, ;..
I an l   ".  Bloi:.  15,   part  of   Lol   26,
Group i.   Lots 2. au 1 29, Block 5, sub-
livisi ui   ol    ."     202,   Gr >up  1.    and
itortherl;   fo of Lol _. Block 5,
subdivision of Section 13, Township
;. Range 2! th, West of the 6th Meridian.
Vou   md e        if you are re , lire t
n contest the cl       of th i I ix pur-
h i ier �� ll bin f in s -Ave days . om the
��� it,   rj    ' ,"  firs     ublli ation ol  this
notice, an I        lefa ill ol  a i ave it or
Iflcate - : cu lens a.'::;_ filed
a   -a '.   ��� a   , I,  ...   In  del . ill of
:,. |em I  m before i >gIstrat!on, l shall      \j0    .
register    I i   ���    K mnedj    aa    r.n,rr  .,, ��� _-r date
thereof In I ���     An I l direel thai pub- chief
i   m ... notii ������ for one month   \\'0rk
m    a ,i illj   nevi paj er   published ln
' New Westminster shall be good  and
��� lenl sen li e
Dated at the Land Reglstrj Office,
N.w Westminster, Province of liritish
Columbia, this  13th daj   of October,
A.D. 1906
C. S. KEITH,
Dlstricl Registrar.
To   Mrs.  Elizabeth   Kathleen   lilac',,.
William Knight and Jed G, Blake.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
interest In the said land by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
person- claiming any interesl In the
said   land   bj   descent,   whose  title is
Department   Militia and   Defence,
Clover Point  Rifle Range,
Victoria, B.C.
NOTICE   TO   CONTRACTORS.
SEALED TENDERS, marked on envelope "T at lera ;' ir i' insl ruction ot
Stop-Butt, Rifle Rang., Victoria. B.C."'
and addressed to the Secretary of the
.Militia Council, Headquarters, Ottawa,
will be received until noon, the 10th
of November next, for the construction of a stop-butt for the ride range,1
Victoria,  B.C.
Plans and specifications may be
seen and full information obtained at
the offices of the District Officer Commanding, Military District No 11. Victoria, and the Director of Engineer
Services, Headquarters, Ottawa. Tenders must be made on the form supplied by the Department, an.l accompanied by a cheque on a Canadian
chartered bank for 10 per cent, of-the
amount of the tender, payable to the
or ler of the Honorable the Minister!
of Militia and Defence.
Tlie Department does n il bind Itself
;,-. accept the lowest or an;  ten ler.
E. F   JARVIS,
Acting Deputy .Minister of
Militia and Defence.
Department of Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, 10th October, 1906
The   night   Ago.
Among the litigants before the English courts some years ago was a Mrs.
Weldon, who. Inileed, v.as so constantly at law that Baron PoUpck once remarked: "This l.uly bas now such D
very larje bu ' ..��� ��� ������ at the bar that we
must give her - ���;,- '��� '.'.ilgrr.ee." Mrs.
Weldoijwasi abash 1 by the judges
and said ma.;.- clever things ln court.
The reminiscences of the late John
George Witt. K. (.'.. Include an anecdote of one of ber appearances in the
court of appeal. She was endeavoring
to upset a judgment of Vice Chancel! n
Bacon, and oue ground of complain!
was that the Judge was too old to un
derstand the case. Thereupon Lord
Esher said: ''The last time you wor,'
here you complained that your cas,
had been tried by my brother Bowen,
and you said he was only a bit of a boj
and could uot do you Justice. Now y n
come here and say that my brothei
Baeou was too old. What age do yon
want the Judge to be?" "Vour age'
promptly replied Mrs. Weldon, tin'::._:
her bright eyes on the handsome coun
tenance of the master of the rolls.
Game of Being  the Bucket.
1 la \e mi even number of boys _   I
divide  them  into  two sides.    I
one side tlie "hunt.''-" and the other
the "buckets."
The "buckets" stoop down, much
us if for leupfrog. The hindmi ;
hoy braces himself against the boy
in fronl of him, while the forem I
onc supports himself against a wall
or the side of a building.
The bun*;, now leap on to the
hacks of the hu.-kets, the first going
a.s far up the row of hacks as be
can, and being closely followed by
thegtlicr bungs.
As soon as* they are all on they
sing twice thejiges:
Bung the bucket���one, two, three;.
Wnrjf: isc_a____��*e .j��aav��,     *���     "r
If iirii.tgt Itiiie they have not succeeded in breaking" down the row
of buckets, the latter sing, "Offl
Off! Off!" or "Ha! Ha! HaT,'"and
score one.
The bungs must try again and
again until they are successful.
Then tlie two sides change places.
Purchase Notice
Mir  Got   a   Sent.
A woman entered a well filled Broa
way surface car.   She was rensonnV
young,  fairly  well  dressed and goa
looking, but she walked with a dec
painful limp.    As sue clutched for
strap half a dozen  men arise has .
and offered her seats.    She took  t
nearest oue and  sank  Into it with
look of relief,   The other men resui
their seats, and the car sped  melon.    Half a mile farther uptown
woman signaled the conductor to t
nnd as the car slowed down she ar ���
walked  Jauntily  oul   and steppe I
the   car   with   the   nimbleness   of
schoolgirl.
The   man   Wil ise   seat   she  had   ba ���
occupying  looked   firsl   amazed,   tb ���
sheepish, as the other passengers '������
pan  to grin at bim,  then joined lu,
becomes an American when placed 1
trying circumstances,
"She's   an   actress   al   one   of   ti.
Broadway theaters," chuckled a  ma
sitting  near  hlm,    "I   know ber
sight, and when she came In I thou, i
_he must have been hurt In an a
riil_>n. ���'��� Vira:   Vott-    Stun
No  Need  to  Drown.
There is no need in the world for
any one to drown, even if he cannot
swim a stroke. If you fall into deep
water and can't swim, try to keep
-your presence of mind. Remember that you are safe if \ . i don't
becom,. excited. Clasp your hands
behind your hack and turn your
face inward the sky; then keep perfectly still, and you v.ill float with
ease, for the human body is lighter
than water, and will take care of itself if tbe mind will give it a chance.
The trouble in such cases is that
most persons give way t) panic-and
begin to struggle, and this destroys
tho equilibrium, causing them to
sink.
Trees of California.
You have all heard of the hi;
trees of California. The most famous of them are found in the Calaveras and Mariposa groves. In the
Calaveras grove there are upward
of ninety, the tallest being known
as the "Keystone State." It is 325
feet in height and forty-five feet in
circumference, A ttou3e thirty feet
in diameter has heen built on the
stump of a tree that was cut down
in the Calaveras grove, and the hollow trunk of one in the .Mariposa
grove  will  admit   three'  horsemen
riilintf :.!.!-,"ist
Smallest Island.
The smallesl Inhabited island in
rhe world is that on which tho
Eddystone lighthouse stands. At
low water the ba-e is only thirty
feet in diameter. At high wntoi
the base of the lighthouse is com-
rdptoly erjvTtgrgpil	
here ij  given I i i   60 days
I Intend  applying   to  the
Commis -i-.t_��� ���:-   of   Lands   an I
tor pei oil* Jion i > purchase the
f< llowlng  describe l  Ian I, situate I al
the mouth  if the Kildala river, ('oast
distrlcl: Commencing al a post mark-
i ii vs.  M.'s \. !���: C irner planted on
the south  bank of the Kildala river
:i: the mouth, running as follows: 40
chains    south,    .0    chains   wesi,    40
chains north to the shore line, thence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing ifi acres more
or less.
Aug. 27, 1906,
Locator, W. MOODY,
Per FRANK  VANDAL,'Agent.
Oct. 24, 1006.
Ask for and Insist on getting
Maple Leaf Rubbers ��� there
are no others just as good.
The lines made for durability
possess a remarkable degree
of style, while the stylish lines
are %*ery durable.
BUY
MAPLE LEAF
RUBBERS
imithers Manufacturing Com'y.
Manufacturers ot
Phases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
le Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOU C.
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," .shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by tl
"Land Registry Act."
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.
IMpv.   W. .tn-.lnster,  r.,
Ayrshire Bulls and Chester
White Hogs
FOR   SALE
Young breeding stool, of prize-winning animals.   Come and see or write
ir   telephone.
W. R. AUSTIN,
SAPPERTON.
-,. .. h ne .1 175,
TRADE *   MARK
REG.
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Yuu cannot make a mistake in
buying Rubbers if the emblem
of the Dominion is branded
on them���you may if it is not.
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B.C.
Selling Agents for the West
Sole Agenl for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The Leading Shoe Store
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.   i THE DAILY   NEWS
NDAY.
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New Goods Arriving Every Day
Tea Pots      Tea Pot Stands      Biscuit Jars
Jugs Toilet Sets Hanging Jardineres
We invite you to inspect our stock
whether you   wish to buy   or not.
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
.    .    ......      for tbis        ���        -
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I     X       -      a - : -'    :
For INTENSE HEATING Use
COKE
,. ..   V.   \V. Ived   ;u   the
cltj     ��� -��� . ...     :    :.    '. ������        an .
here I     *  ��� II :. ��� ���
ing this ��� ��� ��� ning
H.   '.   Kii Kian :.  ��� :   i_a iner,   wis  .
-. Isii  r in the city yesterd - les
���   Mr. an I Mrs   Ki nn , S<     nd streel
Brigadii ���'. -   Si ��� -    n, ol
.���a. . atli :.     A' :...���      COI | -
��� - ���    ...   ti    atten I   i &i
....   of thc    ate J  ��������� - F ���'. is,
:���". Cassi Iman,  xb   has I     somi
timi     een     it.: T. R.  Peai - in ...  his
resentative, has seven
his ���   ane th m with thai fi      and ac-
:   a   simin      ;   sitlon   witn   ji ������
Marks & C       s thi    epresenta-
th<  Greal Wes   Life   Vssu am .
- - -    English  and Bakei   ol  'i.v
��� :  ntn      staff, xt :.: di .\ n to
Steveston    n Satui laj shootii -
lition.
jEconomyl
rw-w-wttrnt-m****'*'
Sargent's   Gem
'l-ood Chopper is
an   economical
addition   to   any
kitchen.    It saves
time  and   lessens
labor, and thus
economizes     the-
housekeeper's'.: rae
and   strength.
With it i ..
attractive and
appetizing
dishes Can  be
made from what might be wasted
ii it v. -.re not fi r the Gent.
It chops food of all kinds-
meats, vegetables, fruits, bread.
crackers, etc. It does not mash,
squeeze, tear cr grind, but chops
the food as you want it���fine, coarse
e r n-.cdium. Easy to operate, self-
sharpening. No kitchen complete
witl out it.
ANDERSON
& LUSBYJ
Cramptons
and
Bias Filled Corset,
In  Styles Suitable for
Any  Figure.
Girdles. Military Fronts, Long Hips, High BustT
Nursing, Full Figure for stout women, Lon��
Waists, Bias Filled for slender or stout figures
Ladies'and Children's Hygeian Waists, Infants'"
Bands, etc., in the many ranges of each style
L
CORSETS
���   i   :- no article of worn m'
thai   ���
iispiaj
n | nae
CLEAN       COMFORTABLE       CHEAP
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
: r
��� . irs.
"I ert.   nl      ��� ot,"   ..   -   ��� '
Miss  Briggs   entertain
���    friends ..��� Bften     :. tea on Sat _ .     ,., ,., ...
Thi - ms i ���
were to Im   ni\ am ��� -    ���-."���Wash-
H. BELYEA & CO,
Miss Ca]   . w ho has been thi   g les:
ol Mrs. English foi  somi ks   I       ington Mar.
retui ne i ti   hei bi mi  in S< at ....   s
was acci :... ami I   by   Mrs.    bngnsn,
earance as  thi   corset.    \  go   I   flttint  ���   i ���     bai ...  ���
-.   bion-conto ir is absolute!    ess i nl lal to a nn
I
sel making of to-daj Is u Bcience, and   thi   Innuti i
.    ���    -i.   ��� i a :    all defi cl nd i na   ���
-, mnn trical - ba pe so essential to a figure
Ask to see any of these lines, and remember,  Crompton '�� Corsets are _    I
non-rustable lining    surely an advantage.
Telephone    150.
.... CALL ON ....
L A. Muir & Co.
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Humor ant Philosophy
By   DUNCAN   M.   SMITH
Blase.
* ':' duringthe first batt i :���"
':-"- cit>'- --\\'; , ���   were m\ tions ?" re-
Miss Lill    ���-   '::..--:  :.- returns to- V^irS the; o    .-       '
lav from Ladner, where shi     .-   een       "^e=-    "''���'  '��� ''"   ���'"
thi   guest   of Miss Violet   Udner  for       ",,;-  *   - ��� Louisville
the week end. Courier-Jo  rm
W. S. COLLISTER & fl
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.   - ��� ��� B. C
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Office Supplies,
School Supplies,
Fine Stationary,
Toys, Dolls,
China and
Glassware
-AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Street.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara lulls
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA-iX,
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Few peo] le overtax their intellects
in tbe inttn*. t of (.'<��hj government
More point0 :;re scored for the> sake
of avoiding argument than fur the sake
of the argument.
Men who deliberately start out tu
work tlie hero business are apt to become marks for the fool killer.
What man can do, woman can match.
Sometimes a man is as surprised as
his friends are when be suc-e-eeds.
Truth bus such a way of being disagreeable that it is no wonder it is not
mor*- popular.
Tbe reason some women have lazy
husbands is Unit tbe womeu natural!.,
follow the line of least resistance.
Some people are so self satisfied that
they cannot think that others can repaid tbem as. anything but the whole
show.
Being ln debt would not be so bad if
!t were not for one's creditors.
Some people acquire a very piijeheei
expression by striving to live witbin
their Income.
The Old County Fair.
Then 'a a lively rustling
All abb .t thi  pla <���.
Boys and girls are hustling,
Joy  in i very face;
Ever; _.,.,:> 'a happy;
Something's in the sir
Fresh and fine anil snapiy���
Us tne county fair.
Glris in dainty dresses,
Huts in latest mode,
Pompadi un _ thelt tresses,
Fairly throng the road.
An.l the boya . erne after
With a jaunty air;
Lightly  rings their laughter
Al the county faJr.
Barkers gayly Larking,
Ti IHng atorli e ni v.;
Judgea busy marking
For the Ui ki ta blue;
Avian  the crowds are laying
Brasa bands loudly blare;
Coli i s i roudly fl. Ing
At the county fair.
Floral hall is dam
Quilts and tl aei tine,
Bea ill! .. and h
1 lass . por thi   llm .
Life li  swi. t. and love la
Thn.lu Ing  In  the nir
When yo ir turtli dove la
At the . ounty fair.
Berlin   Nov. 4 ���Two  leli ga ������- :'
��� .    .. .;:.':;���  rej resenti .    i thi   ini  :
national wireless t< leg    ph conferen ���
-... -. lunche in v.i-;; Emi er.ir Willi  ...
to .;.. .
Sufficient   Proof.
I   i
|    !
rr**5     tv ��.
Pf
\\   lEuF   _'--.F*   E
wmMtisim
. i��*.*
Wtnt>
A  LITTLE  .-Jf-SENSE.
Hcv,  .-   Evmblc   Bee   *.'_c'c  a  Sprintei
Cut ei  Critic
One dav . - :  e Bun    ������ Bee wa.
Bitting ��� n  fhe *      ruil  of a  I n
_n>!  _\i ::yy _   his  .��� . ���   und  taking
things easy i; n un ...:..   ,. . ng ;.:. .
.a! ed out:
"Ah. here ' 'J ure, tf.ng eroji <:
as us ml. Do yon know I hat y
are ea ied tii it:; ie. t '��� the ; - *
kingdom . Vo I I not, neither do
you spin, b I arc always eai ng the
bread ��� ;' othei -."
"Tin t's i- little v.. ���   1 have fa'le:
into," n pi " '  the E �� thi   I   But.
ill fp,   ��� j, Caller���Indi cd!    Then   seems tt
"Then ������".: ha 1 bi ���'. fall o I of il,   be somi  om       his        i      How <i
My deal "sir,  cveryboi     work    I   11 j'1 i !���'��� !' h '- - ' '
father, itr.d if vou want to save vour i     Office  Bo\    'Cause  I  jusi  heard
ehara ������:������������ \. ���   ." i 'im .wear an'  til  I r " inol her sta< I
'���!  thii k   !  "  '. I thanks for   o' blues.'*���Phil. h ;  ;ia I'ress.
yc ir inti :���-*::.:.���"
���:
i
!
Every article or piece of furniture in our estal . hment al
actual cost without reserve. First come, first served. We
neeil the cash and you want the tr tods. This j- a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
710 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, KrontSt:
!<co>>>>>>>>>>>xo>>>zo>ro>>ro>>>:>>>:>::��.>.>>>>>>>'(|
<?'^ &>
Offi
Bi '. ���Vi -. sir, tl c boss i_
T . ��� ���   pon I      !.        '���  " ���
L-Ok.rg   Forv.arcl.
Scienl ist��� i kn ivr ! . . fen'I  .  i _
it i.t;.! ". fti d" the i    ree t'i   I
{.���,.    .i        .    . ... o live, doctor, an    ��hen   !  die  .
aro i I  ��� ��� i ta    = and a i   ier '"���''  ��� '     '        '    '      ":   ;'  ' '���
mill to be ;.. I �� ���:;:'���..    t: l ''-   '' '     ';: :      *   v'   '��� "  <    ��� ���"
"Alas      .:���"'.-���      .  ���     . '��� the matter with
anel lhi   vigoro :- n ������ ner n   .
you do b     ��� e - v<     I    e en t it
palpital on of the In       i a
rn.    o lose a " _     - wo;.;."
Moral    - Bi             . .Ice. ip   a
sleeping i       -':.��� I bi    u .."��!'
outrun I.i
Ur.cc-c:
C  tl
n ���
bo:
Business   Directory
Real   Estate
lati i   i   r   Tali -   1 n m   !  . gei d<
Blatti ;.
G.n'.'y   Rc-ninded.
"So so a; forgot," murmured the
visit' r sadlv.
"Oh, : rai e up! Whal are vm
thinking about'."
"Tha!  five I lenl you last wee.
for ti day."���Detroit Free Press.
A   Marine   View.
"A vessel is diffen :.t in one w.._��
from ..;.' th i.. else."
"How BO?"
"II is v.!.. ;. -!.' - tied up thai
.he . an'l make knots in hei re ird."
���Baltimore An i i i an,
E.-s...
"" . -. - . ', pel her beau
��� . . e    hair from?"
"1 i ��� ���   her futlu :."
"In hi  blond'"
"N  . e   .   .  i hemist."���1)
Vancouver Investoi
Still Favor Property on Columbia Street,
New   Westminster.
We control the sale of,several of the    est buslni es In lie
Full     .' i lots, 132 feet deep, with 06  [eel   rrontage on   .oth C
Fronl ��� reets, improved oi otherwise, and particulai ed     ������' f\
business requirements,    Better buy now ai I get fui   benefit
\..   .ry.
Malins, Coulthard & G
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster I
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
1 Electric Railway Service
:���.; ti
..
Iliderc,
Foxy Girb.
AHsi.stant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St., Chicago, IH.
"It use.i to be against the law for
a mnn to kiss his wife."
"Perhaps the women hud that enacted just to make the men want to kiss
Uiem."
II*  -Iilli--<|  m,. Turn.
"I came," announced the intimate
friend of the family, "to make my
dinner call."
"But," they protested, "you haven't
been here to dinner lately."
"1 know thnt," he replied, "and I
thought if I cfllled that defect might be
remedied."
An invitation was promptly forthcoming.���New York Press
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Rental  Agency
F.J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Fire Insurance
F.J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
Mortgage Loans
Utterly  frivolous.
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd.,       "Bliggins doesn't  lake anything
seriously."
701 Columbia St, "Xo,"   answered   the   fan.   "nol
even a baseball game."���Washing-
LT    T lon Star.
ite insurance ,    n   .  ,
^_.^__ One UrawCiick.
r   .   j,       c,^      .   ,        "He bas given up the chicken bus_
r. J. Hart Ksj Lo., Ltd.,  ness that he went into with such en
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Etations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. in. to ll p
m. excepting at 7:30 and - 10
a. in. Half bourl. cars will
run frnm Central Park to
Vancouver only,
City  L.mits Line    Si rvl e from
6 15 a in. to n p m.
20 Minute Service���.\n transfer,
Between i_ and _ and 6 and 7.
30   Minute    Service   during I*|
malnder ot day.   li'.i*1-'-
Leopold rim;e,
Sunday   Service   half-hourlj
'    ���   .   a      all.I   11 1
Sapperton  Line
15   Minute  Service  fl
to lt ]        except bi
12 an 1  :..:.:���
which ho irs the sen
hall ho ij
Sunday Service   I
(ween t   0
I
,,..-.��� "������
Wl-./ She  Lcv-s  Him.
Rhi     Veaitli      i ��ors! em ���
>i   .
lie���'1,.; ��� ��� ' he rei son woman
loves I i:u for the eneri et he lia.
mai e, I i up pose.��� Yonkers States-
mm .
Played In Luck.
I!-.'.' an��� 1 lid you have any trouble in learning to play the cornet?
Bloit ��� Nitic worth mentioning,
All the neighbors were poor shots.--
Chicago News,
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co..��
I.!�����.��--���-�����������������������'
Horse Clipping Man
W!
701 Columbia St.
New    Westminster,   B. C.
Bl Vancouver,
ranches-cbilliwack."
tbiisiasm."
"Yes; be made a great discovery
\ Mini tbe poultry Journals bail not ruen-
'��� tloned."
"What v.as that?"
"That chickens eat as well  ns lay
rE 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. Our
clippers work easier, clip faster and lake a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear l<��l?er
than any other on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING '
great labor saver.     Call and   see  then1
at
T. J.  TRAPP & ��
Limited

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