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ammany Fails to Deliver the Goods
I R. Land  Commissioner  Griffin  Tells  a  Story   Cal- Hughes Leads Hearst by Some Forty Thousand, But the J. C. Armstrong Has a Little Scheme That Will Stop a
ulated   To   Exonerate  Tory  Land
Latter Refuses to Acknowledge
Inti resl In ti.'
.  mi e commission
:,,red in lhe i xamina-
a i commi ��� ��� lon-
,. hi  Pacific rallwaj  n
.   ted thi   entin
.,   ,        nation  ol  Mr.  Fi n li
; Toronto Bome time ago,
Mr.  Fowler,   Rufus
and  Mr, Benni tt,
,.,.. .    ; iment, had  pur-
area   of   Northwest
.i   P.R.  in the  fail  of
��� whilst Mr. Griffin had
t fixed "a  price al $5 pi r acre.
,   iaily sold at ?3.50,
. Fowl.: an 1 Pope bad seen Sir
. gi   ighnessj aboul  the mat-
eanwhile, and it was sug-
t] ai Sir Thomas had  favored
.  ,    instructing   Mr.
i| the lower |irier.
if fin's evidence  pul  a dlffer-
.   ti ansaction.    *\\'hen
.   ana. al  $5 an acre to
.   ,vas no definite pro-
f     efore him, and he took it
|:.; ted I    I  Mr.  Fowler, like ev-
. si    Xante.1   to  purchase   Be-
\- Ii   turned out, Mr.
. --...ilatlon wished to
I        icres, and were willing to
locks, taWng the good
.hi I   also   to  allow   the
��� ervi for Itself 25 per cent.
;i ;     In    each   township   so
j.  .        a   by any subsequent
|i In   value.      Mr.  Griffin
\ ���     need to take $3.50 per acre
.��� conditions being
fc>'    m a - tood, and Sir Thos.
���   ���  a
-     ighm        ratified
i'a ire
Mr. Shepley call. I M . Gi Ifiin's a'.-
��� ntion to a ;i leg a I sent Sli
1 ���   ma ���   prlo    ti   I he ��� I    he
iln,   in   which   be   I    i    nfo
Sti   Thomas  i       hi ��� ffi
il  pi :��� aci'-  f .    thi   lands      Mr. I     f
:  .   ..''!    ich an offer had    een n
��� ��� ertain land agents, but that thi
principals had not pul ip an mom
and   he   had   ���  tl Hi I -       imme
diately after   sen ling   thi    ������ l< -��� i
that their offer amounti I U   n itJilng.
All the Idler Looks and files in Sir'
Thomas Shaughnessy's office, as well
as in Mr. Griffin's, thai had any bearing on the case, were produced before
the commission and usi I '.. Mr. Shu p-
l' j in his examinatii n i I the witnesses, Towards the close, Mr, Shep
ley pul a number of li ading q u stions
to Mr. Griffin which elicited these
facts: First, thai neither directly nor
Indirectly, nor in anj way whatever,'
had Sir Thomas Sbaughnessy or any
othei' official of the companj suggested to him that he should favor ihe
Fowler-Pope syndicate or give theni -i
lower price than would bave been de-
manded of others seeking to buy under like conditions; second, thai the
sale as carried oul al $3.50 per acre
was more advantageous to the C.P.K.
Co. than thr- saJe of si lected lands of
the same acreage would have been at
$5 per acre, and that in this particular
transaction the company bad received
a better price than it bad ever received in any previous sale r.f any
magnlture carried < til indeT similar
S. P-es dent   Dismisses   From
my .   Whole   Eattalioo
:'���  Trcops.
1        . N'ov.   .'     rn; ri (edent-
il tin   United States,
jetton     thi  presi lent, jus; an-
ismisslng   in   disgrace
a  ��� :.;:;,���  battall '11  Of
I ��� i uuse of their failure
int it>   of  same of
'���' wlin had  been guilty of
\~ an evidence
intention  to Sr fair
1 ops,  tin   presidetn 1
.. ��� by an rn der
mourn to ihe court mar-
. fflcer ol high
irged  with having
ihi  colored troops.
Criminal  Charge.
'    'ila    first   day'a
U   oi   l'i;.,-.   Mc-
ol  ���!..   Ontario
sif; lng  rs-
condition made lo
. a    unpleasant
Magistrate  Deni-
��� ��� lings  ex-
n.i-ni-ii chet-
Li i that, an
in ���    McUill,
l Instead of a
'   ���      'h" banking
refused  to
���   charge, and
' ir the night,
Cunningham    vs.    McK   -.non   Will    Ee
the Star Attraction at Base-
hall  Smoker.
Tom Cunningham, i I New Westminster, vs. Hector McKinnon, i : Vancouver, will be the big atl a ion at ihe
baseball smoker to beld in St. Patrick's ball on Friday, Ihe 16th inst
The final axrangemen - In connection
with this wrestling in.itch wi ri com
pleted ye&tardaj afti rno n, and madf
, iihlii al a meeting ol tin committee
held al Sinclair's ston during the
. vening. A i relimlnary programme
ol attractions was alsi drawn up, but
as several of the artists have yel lo
11 consulted, nothing definite can 11
- ,i.i for a few daj s.
The wrestling con'.-' between Wise
��� : McDonald will commence at s
o'clock sharp, and the big even: will
l>e pulled off half an hi tn lat. r. Suitable trophies will be pri senti .1 to the
winners In each case, bo thai there
will l.e some Incitemeni y r the athletes, in addition to the mere love i f
Hie sport. The music will lie supplied
hy ihe asylum orchestra, Dr. Doherty
having kindly consi nted to this. Admission tickets will he on sale in a
few days, the prices char, ed being
76c 'or ringside sc'-' antl 50c for general admission,
A^ateur   Athletics.
,vn ''"ho .Montreal
'""' '        ;. tion   ha.-,   re-
' '"adian   Amateur
'������   Hie latter re-
<���������'  \\       ���  ,-      i
amateurs   to   play
���'���    in  England.
:" formed lo kin
���'""''"Pt  Church.
,]ox , Ml" little Rus-
������.,, '''��� " was sold
,."- "*'""��� foreclosure of
il -I   Bishop
" ���'    York,  will
.   ;;        " i- fad keep
Leads the   Way.
The premier's constituency, Dewdney, Is the first In this part of the
country io nominate a candidate for
the coming provincial election. The
Liberals mei In convention on Monday and tendered n unanimous nom
iiiation to It. Jardine, of New Westminster,
l*p to last night, Mr. Jardine waa
not prepared to say whethei he would
accepl; bul he will probably give an
answer to-day or to-morrow, and Ihat
answer is sure io be an acceptance,
unless imperative business engagements, or other such cause, should
make acceptance Impossible, as Mr,
Jardine feels thai the invitation to go
' No.     '..-  Ai       ,.:._   to
ipleti   n   irn    from all ovei   i ..���
 Ived up to  L0.30 p.m , Chas
��� ���- .    . it"; .  lie: n, has   .....
��� I  governi .  oi New  Vo .   sta ���    iver
'>'. in. Ft.  Hearst, Democrat,       a pi i-
ral   ..   ��� :  10, I o    mo e.    Tw i .....
ago Govi n ���.��� Higgins was ��� :��� cted i ;.
thi Ri . lh,; : ticki ��� i.. -...iaiii.
Thi re was some doubt expressi i tonighl a- to the fati ol thi Di no ral
an i In ��� . lence league tickets out-
.-il" of Mr. Hearst, several ol the Xew
V. rk ni wspapers whicli have I een
sui porting .Mr. Hughes declaring thai
thi re was a aham e thai lhe s inordinate officers of the Democratic and Independence league combination ha!
bi' a electe I. In Brooklyn, where Patrick H. McCarn n m , le a bitter fig il
against il' irst, the latter carried the
i orough bj a small plurality, probably   ���!.      Mr.    Hears-    has    been
given a majority of nearly 70,non in
Manhattan and the Bronx.
As generalh wus expected. Mr.
Hearst showed his greatest strength
in cities throughoul the state, are!
took oul ol the Republican column a
number of the more important municipalities, including Buffalo, Rochester, l'tica, Troy, Elmira, Rome. Little
Falls and Johnstown. All these excepi lie;; and Rome were Republican
two :������ ars ago. Mr. Hughes did not
gain ;. singh city. The Republican
tickei was successful, but sustained
isses in   Syracuse,   Glovers-
��� ���. Vmsterdam, l'tica. Schenectady,
Watei ti v. n and Plattsburg.
Greal interest centered here in New
V irk in tbe campaign waged for the
'.��� ticket, named by a committee of lawyers headed by Jos. H.
Cl ��� and former Judge Alton B.
Parker. The Tammany and Inde-
league licket has won over
thi   n n-partisan   candidates   by big
��� luralities.
Siati   Senator Thus.   F.  Grady,   of
Tammany hall, has been re-elected
ivei Thomas Rock, who has heen
.;. iwn in the campaign as "Bight
Hour" Rock, and who claimed he had
been tricked by the Independence
league. The complexion of the New
York congressional delegation, it is
���, li..', i |, will undergo but a slight
change, if any. Returns on congressmen, state senate and assembly are
coming in slowly.
Mew York. Nov. 7.���Tp till midnight
m ither Mr. Hi i rst nor his campaign
manager would concede the election
of Mr. Hughes, maintaining thai when
all the votes were counted there
would be a safe majority for Hearst.
( hieago, Nov. 6.���Despatches to the
Associated Press up to ..15 p.m. show
thai tbe Repul licans have elected 111
congressmen  and  the  Democrats  91.
.   > moi ratlc figures  include Ala-
........ -,:   Vrkansas, 7;   Lo .i-i.ma. 7:
Gei rgia, 11; Miss mri, . ; Texas, IG;
Florida. 3; Virginia. 9. The Democrats have gained one distrlcl In
Marj land, one In Illinois and one In
New Jersey, and the Republicans one
in Kentucky,
G ithrie, Okla,, Nov. 6.���The ens I-
tutlon of the new state of Oklahoma
(vill !" written bj' Democrats. The
Republican central committee con-
e les the Democrats the three delegates.
Ithaca, X.V.. Nov. 0.���Newman, R >-
I  11 ian, elected mayor hy U'S  votes.
Cincinnati, Nov. 6.���Returns from
tO precincts in Cincinnati indicate
that the Democrats have carried the
Boston, Nov. 0.���Vote of City Of Bos-
tan, complete; Guild, Republican, 37,-
213; Mm an. Democrat, 50,315; plurality for Moran. 14.0S2.
in Virginia the Democrats, except
In i;.,. ninth district, are all elected.
Newark, NJ.. Nov, 6.���Eighl Republicans and two Democratic congress-
���.,,��� were elected In New Jersey today.
Philadelphia, Nov. >��� -U. S Senator
Pen, se laims the election of Stuart.
Republican,   for  governor,  by   more
Whole  Lot of Free Telephone
la - on, N   ..
is a. lii aus,      Thai ��� ���������: j  telephone al present In
after  a  Bhon   but spi   ted  campaign,
were  . Ic   ��� ��� -   to .... nor Guild
was elei ted    .   an in   i   -.-l pluralitj
over las   yi a;. while Hist;iei    ittOli.' j
.lohn i;. Moran, < f Boston, I I   i ..:i li-
date of the Democrat-Prohibition  ..
ty and Independence league, rei   ived
ui ��� in Hii.- i Itj Is soon to be i em i\ . I
an 1 ip-to-date nickel-ln-the doi ma
chlni - substil uted in their st tad, was
the - ati mi m made yester lay to a
Dailj News reporter by .i. ('. Ann
str ag, resident director of the B. C.
��� ��� .��� phone Cr,. in tills city.  This step
a somewhat largei vote than th - has een decided upon on accouni ol
given the Democratic leader a year thi greal number of dead In ad call-
ago. (Another despatch gives Moran which are male from mosi telephones
ih.. election by 14,000 plurality, evi ... cay of the yeai, and will be in-
San Francisco, Xov. 6.���Eighteen Btituted really as a means to protect
precincts out of 126 in San Francisco the merchanl trom the people who
give Governor Gillette, Republican, li ip in at all times and request ths
1,930; Bell, Democrat, 1,665. use oi the 'phone for a moment, and
Raleigh, N.C., Nov. 6.���In North Car-  then   proceed   to keep  the i'ne  buy
olina the vote was light, bul estimated   for ten minutes.
in be Democratic by about 30,000. Mr.   Armstrong   is   very   much in
Xew Haven, Conn., Nov. 6.���Reports') earnest about  this new scheme.    Hei
from 130 lowns mi! of 168 in the state   means >-\rry word he said yesterday,
show that large Republican majorities   and  the merchants had  better begin
hav,   i.een returned for the entire slaie   right   away to  hoard  up all their  big
ticket.   For Woodruff, Republican, the   American    nickels, before   the   time;
total   is  given   as  --,2.7   votes,  and   comes  when they  will   have to drop I
Thayer, Democrat, 20,197. them  into  the  slot   before  the  hello1
Detroit. Xov. ..���Governor Warner girl will deign io say "Number,
and the entire Republican state ticket   please."
have heen elected by 60,000 to 100,000 j Mr. Armstrong stated thati mer-
majority. j chants, hotelkeepers   and   others are1
St. Paul, Xov. 0.���Returns received put to a whole lot of inconvenience,
at Democratic state headquarters up i by people who will insist on using
to  7.30   p.m.   indicate   landslide  for   their lines for the purpose of carrying
Johnson, Democrat, for governor.
Columbus, O.. N-ov. ii.���The indica
tions iit 11  o'clock to-night were that
on conversations of no importance,
thereby keeping the line busy, an.l
outsiders  from   communicating   wiih
the Republicans    had  elected   Carmi   'he   merchamt.    The  nickel-in-the-slot
Thomson, secretarj  oi state, and the
entire state ticket by a safe plurality.
principle will put an end to all this.
When a man will be compelled to dig
Sea; le. Wash., Xov.  .���Ail indica-   down  in his jeans and  produce   the
tions point to  an  overwhelming Republican victory.
Santa Ke. N.M., Nov. 0.���The vote
on statehood is closer than had been
anticipated  by   both  parties who ha.
nimble five-cent piece before he can
shout through the mouthpiece, he will
think twice. Some of the more accomplished of the dead beats may require the loan  of a nicke!  from  the
(aliased   the    Hami ton    bill.    F.o:n merchant,  bin  the  majority  will   pro-
presenl   Indications  it   will   have  ai auce ,h<* <"oil1 fl'01*" their own pocket:
least i'..  majority. Asked whether every business and
New  York, Nov.  tl.���The chairman Private telephone  in  the city   would
of the Republican congressional com- be included in the change. Mr. Arm-
mittee  al   11.40  o'clock to-night  sent -K''',n?' stated that this would be the
the   following  telegram    lo   President case.       Further    questioning    elicited
Roosevelt: -Of nine   districts   heard some information concerning the way
from, which  we classed as doubtful, in wlli('h ,his system will be worked,
we  have reports  showing  seven  He- The monthly rent for a telephone will
publicans and two Democrats.   All in- '"' the ^m(l aa at present, hut to all
dications confirm our estimate of Re-|users there will lie given a supply of
nickels, one of which will have to be
publican congress by fully 50.
Detroit, N'ov. 6.���At H.DO p.m. the
chairman of t.he central counting
board says Franchise defeated 2 io 1;
Codd. Republican, leading for mayor.
Chicago. N'ov. 6.���Despatches to ihe
Associated Press up to 10.30 p.m.
show that the Republic.ms have elected 1211 congressmen and Democrats
nil. of whom 90 aie from the southern
Sensational   Trial.
used every time a number has to be
called. When the nickels are all used
up. a further supply will he secured
from the telephone office, where an
account wil! be kept which will be
compared with the number of nickels
taken from the receptacle at the end
of the month.
According to  Mr.   Armstrong,  tin's
sj'Stem   is   working perfectly  in    San
Francisco, Portland, and many of tha
l other huge cities In the l'nited States.
The users are more than satisfied with
tlio results obtained, and would not
change ba. k to the free and easy
style for anything. There is no doubt.
thai the introduction of the slot ma-
cl ines would do away with much of
il. ��� unnecessary use of telephones
which goes on at the present time,
and j.eople who have 'phones in their
houses mighl then have a little more
pi ace of mind.
The man who wishes Io use a
'phone, and who finds that he has
nothing less than a $5 bill on him,
will I e i:i a peculiar predicament if
h<- hi ppens to be in a hurry. He will
have to get change, however, or send
his mess.ge by mail.
Some arrangement will also be
made for the purpose of having long
distance calls paid for in advance, and
tills. Mr. Armstrong thinks, will solve
the difficulty which many merchants
have been confronted with in the past,
when their 'phones have heen used by
customers, who always forget to pay
ihe toll, probably because it is a .mall
charge. Mr. Armstrong mentionen
ihat there were a number of telephones in this city at the present time
which were "Siwashed," meaning that
orders had been given that no kin?
distance connections were to be made
on any consideration. These people
had been obliged to adopt this step in
self-defence, on accouni of the fre-
quenl use of t.heir 'phone by people
who conveniently forget to settle for
the toll.
"There are about four hundred telephones! in this city," concluded Mr.
Armstrong, "and about seven thousand people are using them daily.
This is not fair, either to the company or to the man who pays for his
'phone. If these other people want
lo use a telephone, let theni have one
installed in their house, and not lie
sponging on their neighbors. This
nickel-in-the-slot business is the finest
scnenie in the worm, and it win ne.
the best thing for everybody connect
ed with the telephone system, once we
get it working here. "We'll i��hoW then,
that we mean business." ^
The   change   in    the    system   will
benefit   the  public   in another   way
When  everyone  will  have   to deposit
; five  cents  in  order  to use  the telephone, everyone will be entitled to the
best of service, and if they do not get
| this,  they will  "kick" more certainly
and  more vigorously than they do at
'.present.    By   this   means,   the  company will be compelled to keep their
service   up   to   tne  nignest. man;   or
efficiency,   as   the   public   will   more
l vigorously  insist upon  it   when  they
; have to produce Uieir little nickel for
ev, rv call.
Morden, Man., Nov. 6.���Sensations
are thickening in tlie ;;i,il ol Martin
Doyle, for the murder ol VInceni W< iier, which is now in igress 1
To-day a im Ison. r ni ;. e 1 Thomi ..
trom Siony M intain 11 '.i" nti rj
who was confined In tl ; o\ In lal
jail in a cell adjoining D :��� for Ei
oral months wiiile waiting trial, was
placed in ila1 v.i'ai ss box an I i lid a
remarkable storj ol a plol hatch 1
there in which a young man named
Pat Rooney had asslsti I Dojde in an
effort to have Bailey, Hie leading witness toi ihe crown, put out. of the
way. As Bailey mysteriously disappeared, it is, feared he shared the fa'."
of Weiler, or was paid to leave ihe
country. Thompson says Doyle confessed to him thai he had shot Weller,
ine case Had to te summarily, adjourned owing to the fact that the pra-
scouting attorney fainted in the court
War Minister Plcquart, Who S'.cc-j
Ms:.Tally by  A rouged Man,  is
Heartily Greeted,
Paris,   Nov.  tl.���The   debate   in  the
chamber ol  deputies on the   church
J.and state separation bill was contin-
i lied   to-day.    War   Minister   Picquart.
I who mounted the tribune toi- iho first
time to answer an interpellation  regi".ling the bill, reducing the term of
servile in Uie army to iwo years, was
greeted with a burst of applause from
the  left   party.    The extreme left  demanded Ihat the final transfer of tho
church   property   take   place  Dec.   11,
1906, instead of Dec. 11, 1907.
:ecial  from  V'ctoria to the  Vancouver Province Makes the
The Province (.McBride organ)
gives prominence to the following Bpe-
cii.ii despatch from Victoria:
"Victoria, Nov. il.���It is understood
���ha- an election will he held before
another session of tlie legislature. No
date has vet been fixe i, but it is bo-
Jieved to be the intention of Premier
McBride to go to the people without
ano;her session of the present legislature."
Majority Over a Thousand.
Halifax,    Nov.    tl.���Official    returns
I'm-  Queen's'Shelburne  election   give
Fielding   a   majority   of  1,(11(1;   total?
Fielding-2,500, Weldon 1,484.
up against the premier is a compli- than 100,000 plurality, and the election
mem which deserves th,- besl recog- oi Bottti, Republican, for district ,-
nith-n he can give it, rae,      Philadelphia by 40,000.
Want Good Beef.
. Vienna, Nov. (1.���A deputation from
the Austrian Butchers' association to-
I day asked the minister of agriculture
to permit the Importation of meal
from the I'nited Stales and other
count ides in order to meet the short-
Nan- j age due to the closing of the Servian
'rontier.   It Is reported thai the mln-
School to  be Enlarged
SI.   Anne's convent   school
aimo is to  be enlarged  to twice  its   .         ,	
present   size   in order   to meet   the   'star declined   to  accede to the  but
growing needs of the institution. I chers' demand.
Threaten to Strike.
Chicago, Nov. 6,���General managers
of the 23 railroads entering Chicago
have declined to grant the demands
of the switchmen's union for an increase in wages of ten cents per hour.
The railroads renewed their offer of
two cents an hour, but declined to go
beyond that. The switchmen last
night decided to demand ten cents an
hour, and their request was accompanied by a practical threat of a strike
if their demands were not granted. %
TUESDA.   ���-
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.
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ames Best,    t" Xo. 1 1       u      is tl
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onnecte the fin
tment i   fe*        nths. Mr. Bes
���   ���   ���      .   limi'.el  i     eighl
it        ;.    ���   -
Sargent's Gem
Food Choppei -
an economical
addition to any
kitchen. It saves
time an I l< --��� ns
t ��� mizes the
h. usi ki ��� ; r'sl
and s t r e n g t .
W th it mai
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dish - .
fn m wl tt mig wasted
;: it      re not for tl    Gem.
It chops food c :', ..
m    ���      . ;g( tai les    -
cer.   etc,    It does i   .  I
-    :��� v.., tear or cr;.. ..
the food as youi    nt itor medium.   Eai    to
shan enii g.   No kitchen com]   I
Bias Filled C
or sets
In  Styles Suitable  for
Any  Figure-

Girdles. .Military Fronts, Long Hips, II:.
Nursing,  Full Figure  for stout v.
Waists. Bias Filled for slender or -*
Ladies' and Children".- Hygeian Waist
Bands, etc., in the many ranges of ���
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
E.R ���
; _ - ���              asts
Telephone    150.
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The  Scotch  Concert.
....CALL ON....
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Prescriptions a specialty.
Eod>    cf   Dead    H -cj     _   tc   be  Crj-
ma:ej  To-day   Near  Port
M oody.
���  ���    : a.
Ask to see any of these lines, and remember,   Crompton's C
non-ruslable lining    surely an advantage.
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'V()U MK 1, NUMBER 207
mmarry Fails to Deliver the Goods
i R. Land  Commissioner  Griffin  Tells a  Story  Cal- Hughes Leads Hearst by Some Forty Thousand, But the J. C. Armstrong Has a  Little Scheme That Will Stop a
ciliated  To  Exonerate  Tory  Land
Interesl in thi ,  o-
, ance commission
,  ed  in  lhe exan Ina-
ui 1 commi    lon
lian Pacific railwa.   a
ted the entin
tlon "I   Mr.  Fi ��������� -
: Toronto some time ago,
Mr.   Fowler,   Rufus
. and  Mr. Benni ",
.  . ;   parliament, had   pur-
area   ni'   Northwest
ri' it. in the fall nf
svhilsl Mr. Griffin had
i  .  . price al $.**��� pi r acre,
|. . luailj  snld at $3.50.
. .   an i Pope bad seen Sir
mi    . about  the mat-
... anwhile, and il wns sug-
t sii  Thomas had  favored
rlvately   instructing   Mr.
,,���,. pi (he lower price,
evidence pul  a differ-
transaction.    When
I,.      .      Ice a1  $5 ;in  new to
L .      ...   was no definite pro-
���:    . fore him, and  he took  ll
[a ���. ��� ���    ���  Mr, Fowler, like ev-
....   Aa:ii< ���!  in purchase se-
As il  turned  out, Mr.
iin-l his association wished to
and were willing to
n bloi ks, tailing the good
.   an i  also  to allow  ihe
��� ��� ��� v.. for itself 25 per wnt.
land-    in    each   township   -o
l'i. .      irofil by any subsequent
J value,     Mr, Griffin
|       . ed to lake $3.50 per acre
��� ��� conditions being
in lerstood, and  Sir Thos.
Bhaughne       ratified thi t tl
fig ire
Mr. Sheple.v call* I M     i    ffin'_ atti i. Ion to a telegran | sent Sii
Thomas   prior  to the  i   ising ol
bargain,   in   which   be   I    i   Infoi
Sh   Thoma s tha   he  ha I ai   offei
$4 per acre f ir thi    . Mr. Griffin saW - :������.: an offer ha      een madi
i ������ cei tain land agents, i ui thai I hi
princi],ais had not put up anj  money,
and   h'-   had   - tisfled   hii isi 11  Inane-
diately  after   sen ling    thi    '��� legram
that .heir otter amounti i to n ithing.
All Ihe letter books and files in Sir
Thomas Shaughnessy's office, as well
as in Mr. Griffin's, thai had nny bearing on the case, were produced before
the commission and ;ik- I by Mr. Shi y
ley   In   his   examination   i f   the witnesses.   Towards the close, Mr. Shej
ley pm a number of leading questions
to  Mr.  Griffin   which   eliciti .1  these
facts;   First, that neither directly nor
Indirectly, nor In anj   way whatever,
had Sir Thomas Shaughnessj  or any
other official of the companj suggested  to him  that  he should favor  ihe
Fowler-Pope syndicate or give them i
li.wer price itiiiii would bave been demanded of others sei   ini to buy under like conditions;  second, that the
sale  as carrie.I  out  at   $3.50   per acre
was more advantageous to the C.P.li.
Co. than the saJe of selected lands of
the same acreage would have heen at
$5 per acre, and thai in this particular
transaction the company bad received
a  better  price  than ll  had   ever received   In   any  previous Mile  cf  any
I magniture carrie.I  oul  under  similar
1  onditlons,
Latter Refuses to Acknowledge
Whole  Lot of Free  Telephone
P-esdent   Dismisses   Frcm   Cunningham   vs.   McK -.non    Will    Ee
l;     .   ,i   Whole   Eattalion the Star Attract.cn at  Base-
'  Trccps. hall  Smoker.
S   ..   '     rn,;.   edent- Tom Cunningham, i    New Westmln-
t             'f thi   United States, ster, vs. Hector McKinnon, ol Vancou-
t           ���'   President, jusi an- .,,,.   wJU |m. ,-.,.        . .      i0D .., ,,H.
lisiniaaing   in   disgrace ,   ,,        ,               ,.,,���.���..,,
baseball smoker to   ���  bi . ' in St. Pat-
in < mire battalion ni
..,,-,.,a thai, failure rJck's  hal1  "" Friday' thl    ";:i   tosl
lentltj   of   .-- mi   ol The final arrangements in connection
- ���    a io bad been guilty of wlth  ibis  wrestling match  wi r<  com-
ii  ei    As an evidence pleted yesterdaj  afternoon, and made
iiU.ni.on  to  be fair publii  al a meeting of thi  committee
lor.il   ii ops,   Lhi    presldenl held  al   Sinclair's   ston    during   tbe
id by an order evening,     \   preliminary   programme
;,, the court mar- '; a tractions wai ah    Irawn up, bul
officer ni high as several of the artists have yel to
���. ' v.,-',  having ''   consulted, nothing definite can be
i Ion d  i roops,
' 'n Criminal  Charge.
hi    iii sl   day'a
ol Chai. Mr-
"��� tbi   Ontario
Blfylng   re-
I for a few days,
The �� nestling confi si b twei n Wise
iui l McDonald will i ommen< e at S
o'clock sharp, iiii.I the bl evenl will
be pulled off half aa hi ur later. Suii
aiile trophies will be pn sented to the
winners In eacb case, bo thai there
will be some Incitement ������ r the ath-
in addition to Ihe mi re i  i f
mid  . hi mode t"
.    unpleasant   b-to-
Mm ; iratg Denl- ";" ���:'"1''- 'l'1'" music will be supplied
by lhe asylum orchestra, Dr. Doherlj
having kindly consented to this Vd
iiiissinn tickets will be on sale In a
few days, the prices charged being
76c for ringside seats and 50c for gi a
��� ��� dings ex-
named Chet-
ted thai an
.       McGill.
. I
Instead nf a
inder   the banking  ernl admission
fate also refused Lo
"'������'��� new charge, and
Leads the  Way.
for the night.      The  premier's constituency,   Dewd-
""eur   Athletics
'.' i\   ii
n     ' ���   has  ri-
|',!.'        Canadian    Vmateur
h'2 be��"n��  .he latter re
I'teiira   to   play
lonals. as in  England.
rmi ,| to kill
i ney, Is the flrsl In this pari ol the
I oountry to nominate a candidate for
ihe Montreal I tlie coming provincial election, The
Liberals mei In convention on Monday and tendered n unanimous noru
iiiatimi to 11. Jardine, of New Wesi
Up to lasi night, Mr. Jardine was
not prepared to say whether he would
accept; imt he will probably give nn
answer to-day or to-morrow, and that
answer Is sure io be nn acceptance,
Hus-  unless   Imperative   business   engage-
1 here was sold , ments, or  oilier  Mich cause,   sl  l
n      Foreclosure of
Jardine reels thai the invitation to go
gainst   the premier is a compli-
(kruPt  Church.
"   littl
Xov. .     Th|
f"lox ,.|
I " '   Bishop
Viiik,   will
'"   ..   .' ' ' '' and   keep    mem   whicli   deserves   111,"  he-1    recog
���  '
...      j ni'Jeii he can give it.
'-��� .V York, :��� ... ,v Ung to
��� ������ ��� n irn_ from all ovei the
���'������������ ������ eived ;; to L0.30 p.m . Chas
��� Hugh . I.-; lican, has been elect-
������ i governoi ol Xi w York stale over
Wm. R.  Hi arst,  Democn t,        a pi i-
  !   . :   ?.'.  or moi e.    Tw    years
ago Govi   nor Hi - ns was i li ct< I i n
th     Rej ; lican    tic .��� .     -6,560,
There was rami... doubl expressed tonight as to ila fati ol the Deri o rat
aa i In li pendi nee 1. ague tl< kets out-
. i le of Mr. Hearst, several ol Ihe New
V'i ... m wspapers which ha ,-e I een
suj porting Mr. Hughes declaring that
thi re was a chan. e thai the subordin-
ati ' fflcers of the Democratic and In-1
dependence league combination hal
been electi 1. In Brooklyn, where Pat-1
rick ii. McCai r. a m i le a bitter fight
.'- Inst ii- arst, the latter carried the
I' "i.'i-i.   ���..   a   small   plurality, pro'o-
Ij 1,000 Mr. Hearst has hern
given a maj irlty of nearly 70,000 in
Manhattan an.l the Bronx.
Af generallj was expected, Mr.
lieais- showed his greatesl strength
in cities throughoul the stale, and
took out of the Republican column a
number of tlie more Important municipalities, including Buffalo, Rochester, tltlca, Troy, Elmira, Rome. Little
Falls and Johnstown. All these excel ; Dtlca and Rome were Republican
two years ago. Mr, Hughes did not
gain a single city. The Republican
'iii,-' was successful, but sustained
.-' rioti . isses i:i Syracuse. Glovers-
��� ��� - sterdam, l'tica. Schenectady.
Watertown and Plattsburg.
Great interest centered here in New
N     ; in the campaign waged for the
idicl ticket, named by a committee of lawyers headed by Jos. H.
Choati and former Judge Alton B.
Parker. The Tammany and Inde-
pendenci league ticket has won over
thi '. ��� aa'isan candidates by big
Stall Si nator Tims. F. Grady, of
Tammany hall, lias been re-elected
Th kmas Rock, who has heen
known In the campaign as "Eighl
ilon;" Rock, and who claimed he had
heen nickel by the Independence
league. The complexion of the New
York congressional delegation, it is
', lievi i. will undergo but a slight
change If any. Returns on congressmen, state si nate and assembly are
coming in slowly.
New fork, Nov. 7.���Up till midnight
r, ither Mr Hi arsi n ir his campaign
manager would concede the election
of Mr. Hughes, maintaining thai when
all tbe votes were counted there
would i e a safe majority for Hearst.
.   ... igo, Nov. 6.���Despatches to the
Vssoi .'a ed Pn ss   ip to 9.15 p.m. show
that thi   :'"- " :i ans have elected 11 I
,. ngn 3smen   and   the  Democrats   91,
-.. moi  ��� tic  llgures   Include Ala-
.     -.    ansa-.   7;   Lo llslan I,  7.
_ la,  ll;   Missouri, 9;   T< mis. 10;
I la,  ::;    Virginia . 9,   The  Democrats    hav.    : ,.in" I   one   dlstricl   In
M ii   |an I, one  In   Illinois ami  nne In
New Jersey, and the Republicans one
iii Kentucky.
G i'iiii". Okla., Nov. 6.���The ������ ns i
: , |0n of the new state of Oklahoma
win be written by' Democrats. The
Republican ceutral committee con-
... les the Democrats the ihree delegates,
Ithaca. N.V. Nov. 6.- Newman, Re-
|j ian, elected  mayor  hy   62   v..les
Cincinnati, Nov, 6. -Returns from
in precincis In Cincinnati Indicate
thai  the Democrats have carried the
Boston, Nov, 6.���Vote of city of Bos-
��� ,,,, complete: Guild, Republican, 37.
213; Moran. Democrat, 50,315; plurality for Moi-iit). U.0S2,
In Virginia the Democrats, excei,;
in the ninth district, are all elected.
Newark. N.J., Nov, 6.- Elghl Republicans and two Democratic congressmen w,.,��� elected In N'ew Jersey today,
Philadelphia, Nov. 6. U, S Senator
p   .    .,. c)alms the election of Stuart,
Republican,   ror   governor,  by    re
than 100,000 pi irality, and the election
of Rolan, Republican, for dlstricl at-
- ������ lelplil.    '   !"'"'"'
Boston,  Nov.  6.��� fhe   Pu       Thai even  teli     oni   al  present In
after a  snort  I   I   -      ted  campaign,    ;     In this city is soon to be removed
wen- vie  .;-   to-day.     1   .ernot   Guild   and    ip-to-date   nickel-in-the-slol    ma-
was elei '��� ; . an Ine ��� ase I plurality-
over las year, v. hile Disti: I Vttorni j
John i;. Moi an, i f Boston, th c: n ;������
date of tbe Democrat-Prohibition party and Independent league, ei Ived
a somewhal largi. vot e than i. I
givi n the  Democratic   leader   a y< ar
chim - substli .'.-.I in ; heir st iad, wa.
the stati mi ni made yesterday io n
Ni ws reporter by .1. C. Ann-
-���; a-. resident director of the B. C.
��� ��� . ne i lo. In this city. This step
���. :i di cided upon on a< count <.;
thi   greal  number of dead hi ad calls
ago.    (Another despatch gives ."���! iran whieh are madi  from mosi telephones
the election by 14,000 plurality, everj  day of the year, and will be In-
San   Francisco,   -Nov.   6.���Eighteen stituted really as a means to protect
precincis oul of 126 in San Francisco the   merchant  from   the   people  who
give    Governor   Gillette,   Republican, j drop in al all times and request ths
1,930; Bell, Democrat, 1,665. use ol the 'phone for a moment, and
Raleigh, N.C., Nov. 6.���In North Car- then   proceed   to keep   the line  bu y
olina the vote was light, bul estimated for ten minutes,
to be Democratic by about 30,000. Mr.   Armstrong   is   very   much  !n
New Haven, Conn., Nov. 6.���Reports earnest  about   ibis new  scheme.    He
from 130 towns oui of 168 in the state means "very word he said yesterday,
show that large Republican majorities and  the merchants had  better begin
have been returned for the entire state right away to hoard up all their big
ticket.   For Woodruff, Republican, the American    nickels, before   the    time
total  is  given   as 33,297   votes,  and comes  when they   will   have to drop
Thayer, Democrat, 20,197. them   into the slot   before  the  hello
Detroit,   Nov. 6.���Governor Warner girl    will    deign    to    say   "Number,
and the entire Republican state ticket picas*."
bave heen elected by 60,000 to 100,000
St.  Haul, Nov. ('..��� Returns received
at Democratic state headquarters up
Mr. Armstrong stated that> merchants, hotelkeepers and others are
put to a whole lot of inconvenience
by   people  who will   insist   on using
to 7.30    p.m.   indicate   landslide  for  their lines for the purpose of carrying
Johnson, Democrat, for governor.
Columbus, O., Nov.  6.���The indica
tlons al  11  o'clock to-night were chat
on conversations of no importance,
thereby keeping the line busy, and
outsiders   from   communicating   wi.h
the  Republicans    had   elected   Carmi   the   merchant    The   nickel-in-the-slot
Thomson, secretary of state, and the
entire state ticket ';.;> a safe plurality.
Sea- I-. Wash., Nov. i* ���All indications poini to an overwhelming Re-
pu iiican   victory,
Santa Pe, N.M., Nov. 0.���The -.,.-.
ou statehood  is closer than bad been
principle will put an end to all this
When a man will be compelled to dig
down ln bis jeans and produce the
nimble five-cent piece before he can
shout through the mouthpiece, he will
think twice. Some of the more accomplished of the dead beats may re-
anticipated   by  '"iii  parties  who had quire tbe  loan  of a nickel   from   the
.. orsed   the    Hamilton    bill.   From merchant, but the majority will pro-
p;-s_:i;   Indications   it    will   have   al dure the coin from their own pocket.
leasi 6,000 majority. Vsked whether every business and
New  York, Nov. (',.���Tbe chairman! private telephone in  the city  would
of the Republican congressional com- bt' included in the change. Mr. Arm-
mlttee al   L1.40 o'clock to-night hen: strong stated that this would be the
the  following telegram   to   President case-     Further   questioning   elicited
Roosevelt;  "Of nine    llstriots   heard some information concerning the way
frum.  whicli  we classed as doubtful, i:l w!'i('h ,his system will be worked.
we bave reports showing  seven Re- The monthly renl foi a telephone will
publicans and two Democrats.   All m-;'"' ,!l" *'a'ni" lls at present, bul to all
dications confirm our estimate of He- users there will he given a supply of
publican congress by fully 50.
Detroit, Nov. ti.���At IOO p.m. the
chairman of ..he central coun; ing
board says Franchise defeated '2 to 1;
Codd, Republican, leading for mayor.
Chicago, Nov. ti.��� Despatches I i thi
Associated Press up to 10.30 p.m.
show thai the Republicans have elect- taken from ,h,> receptacle al tbe end
ed   126 congressmen   and   Democrats  of tbe month.
According to Mr.   Armstrong,  this
system   is   working  perfectly  in   San
Francisco, Portland, and manj of tb \
i other large cities In the United Stat..-.
nickels, one of which will have to be
used every time a number bas to be
called. When the nickels are all used
up, n further supply will be secured
from the telephone office, where an
account will be kept which will be
compared with the number of nickels
l lii. of whom 90 are from the southern
Sensational   Trial.
Morden, Man., Nov.   6.���Sensations
are thickening in tbe 11 lal ol Mai tin
l inj le, for the mur li i ol Vincent Wi iier,  ��inch  ls  now   in   |  ogresa  h
i.   laj ;i  pi Isoni:   n. n e I   Thomj
from   Stony   Mo ml iln    penltentla
u lm  was  confined in   tin   ; ro. In lal
jail In a cell adjoining Doyle for -
rial lniiiHiis while waiting trial, wus
placed In the witni bs box and t Id n
remarkable   story  of a  plol   hatch   i
there In  whicli a .'.eing mnn name I
Pal Rooney had asslsti I  Doyle in nn
effort to have Bailey, the leading wli
ness  for the  crown, put  out of tho
way.    As  Bailey  mysteriously  disappeared, it Is feared he shared the fate
of  Weiler.  or   wiis  paid  to   leave   the
country,    Thompson  says  Doyle confessed to bim thai h" had shot Woilo".
i ue   case   had   to  be   summaniyi adjourned owing to the facl that the prosecuting attorney fainted in the couri
Tin- users are more than satisfied with
the results obtained, and would no!
charge ban k to tbe free aim easy
style for anything. There i.s no doubt
thai the introduction of the slol mail iaes would do away with much of
ii. ��� unnecessary use of telephones
which g;ie> on al the present time,
and ,-eopie who have 'phones in their
houses might then have a little more
pi ace of mind.
The man who wishes to use a
'phone, und who finds that he has
nothing less than a $5 bill on him,
will e In a peculiar predicament if
he hi ppens to be in a hurry. He will
have to get change, however, or send
his message by mail.
Some arrangement will also be
made for the purpose of having lontf
illstanee calls paid for in advance,and
tills. Mr. Armstrong thinks, will solve
the difficulty which many merchants
have been confronted with in the past,
when their 'phones have beeu used by
customers, who always forget to pay
the toll, probably because it is a small
charge. Mr. Armstrong mentjoneri
that there were a number of telephones in this city at the present time
whicb were "Siwashed," meaning that
orders bad been given that no king
distance connections were to be made
oa any consideration. These people
had been obliged to adopt this step lu
self-defence, on account Of the fre-
quenl use of their 'phone liy people
who conveniently forget to settle for
tbe toll.
"There are about four hundred telephones! in this city." concluded Mr.
Armstrong, "and about, seven thousand people are using them daily.
This is not fair, either to the company or to the man who pays for his
'phone. If these other people want
to use a telephone, let them have one
Installed In their bouse, and not be
sponging on their neighbors, This
nickel-in-the-slot Imslness is 1he finest
scheme in tne world, and it will ue.
the best thing for everybody connect
e.l with the telephone system, once we
get it working here. We'll show then,
that we mean business." -
The   change   in    the    system   will
benefit   the   public    in  another    way
���When everyone  will  have  to deposit
i five  cents  in   order   to use the telephone, everyone will be entitled to the
best of service, and if they do not get
this,  they  will  "kick" more certainly
and more vigorously than they do at
ypresent.    By   this   means,   the  company will be compelled  to keep their
service   uji   to   tne  nignest. mark   ot
efficiency,   as   the   public   will   more
I vigorously   insist   upon   it   when   they
i have to produce their little nickel for
; everv call,
War Minister Plcquart, Who S'.cc-j Sc
Manfully by Wronged Man, is
Heartily Greeted,
Pari-. N iv. 6.- -The debate In tha
aha: ibei ' ; leputU 3 on the churl ii
and state separation bill was continued to-day. War Minister Plcquart,
whn mounted the tribune for the first
time to answer an Interpellation regarding the bill, reducing the term of
service In the army to two years, was
greeted with a burst of applause from
the left party. The extreme left <\o-
manded that the final transfer of tho
church property take place Dec. 11,
1906, instead of Dec. 11, 1907.
Special  from Victoria to the Vancouver Province Makes the
Anne, nceinent.
The Province (McBride organ)
gives prominence to the following special despatch from Victoria;
"Victoria, Nov, 6.���It is understood
that i'ii election will be held before
another session of the legislature. No
date lias yet bei n flxe I, but it is believe I to be the Intention of Premier
McBride to gn to the people without
another session of the present legislature."
Majority Over a Thousand. Wgnt Good Beef
Halifax.    Nov.    6.���Official    returns J.    Vienna, Nov. fi.-A deputation from
for  Queen's-Shelburne  election   give- the Austrian Butchers'association to-
Fielding a majority of 1,016
ding 2,500, Weldon 1,484.
day asked the minister of agriculture
[ to permit   the   importation   of ment
, from   the    l'nited   States    and    other
countries In order to meet the short-
Nan-   age due to tb<' closing of the Servian
School to be Enlarged
si. Anne's convenl  school
almo is to be enlarged  to twice its   frontier,    it is reported that the min
present   size   in order   to meet   tne  later declined  to accede to the but
growing needs of the Institution,        ' cbers' demand.
Threaten to Strike.
Chicago, Nov. tl���General managers
of the 'S'S, railroads entering Chicago,
have declined to grant the demands
of the switchmen's union for an increase in wages of ten cenls per hour.
Tbe railroads renewed their offer of
two cents an hour, but declined to go
beyond that. The switchmen last
night decided to demand ten cents an
hour, and tholr request was accompanied by a practical threat of a strike
if their demands were not granted. THE DAILY NEW
Soni-    SvaSUri   Coftomei   ThHi   .lay   B��
\\',,ru   I mil   Col.l   \\��Mith*��r.
tf we n.i ���' judge by the fairy tales
of tb" Importers aid ibe few things
now in thi* country which are being
us..,! i.i- models I >r the fall suits and
ither gan its, we must believe that
lace Is t" have a -till wider range of
nsefului ss and that there are many
new aud heavy kinds being evolved
for such employment I saw a whole
suit, coat and skirt and a Moused
waist, all made of the thick dark lace
sucli as was worn In the olden time*
ln Venice, if we can judge from the
pieces preserved in the museums. This
lac. now shown is made by machine,
hot lt is ln the exact designs of the
old and seems to be as rich and handsome ns the original Almost all laces
are now made by machine, which gives
us a substitute so cheap that any oue
cau wear it. but there is one variety
that so far cannot be imitated by machine, anil that ls the Flanders. That
Is not such a hardship as it might b<��,
however, for this particular kind of
lace ls not especially attractive and
cannot be made to take the place of
any nther kiud for lightness and grace,
which is what all lace should stand
for. Flanders lace is close, and the
patterns are by no menus dainty Tbe
���wealthy women may be sure that there
will be no Imitation. Mrs. .\stor bad
several yards of this lace twelve
Inches wide for flounces, but she seat
tt t,. tbe musi in ..
The preference Just now appears to
be !' ���;��� tl." Venetl in ; ant iti :lax or
ecru and 1 ���- the ������ ri us Irish p .ints.
These all have sufficient body to be
worth wh le t . ma :e Into c ints and
skirt-. Si - ��� .. es thej f re made up
over taffeta of some c intrusting c il ir,
bul when the Bllken Iin ng is of tl e
col ;��� an 1 shad - I Is te tbe
��� is 1 ���-.-.-       iry.    It is
quil  id  a  coat
.   :   -v tl   ut
.   _       ��� .        ��� a dress ol   .        te
Pompad iur
designs it are called n m's
folds ar I t ol the ������'. rt ���"���.-
��t is certa :.:;���
rich    - -       .-- rial,    ul - unehow goes
(Ear  toward   s urg st ag   I io  dressing
-_;.-���'       -       ���'��� rs . ������ - es.
a  --    rn   recently  at  a  cere-
__       ���- :-'������,    was   of   delicate
- . taffeta with flowers that re-
semble those on the fashionable wall
; i| ers The sleeves readied but to the
e. ws and made long white gloves
obligatory. Tbe hat was of tanned
straw tilted hich to the right side,
while on the left was a panache -if
white liberty with a bunch of peacock's
plumes something that would have
been regarded a year ago as a very
risky thing to wear on account of the
peacock being it bird of unlucky omen.
Some of tbe daintiest and most fascinating of the late summer gowns are
of marvolously tine and sheer linen
batiste and trimmed with narrow ;au4
We ls rired.
I beg to ai the  li -appear
ance fro    thi     i ��� -
f. -��� '  ��� ���-..."   V,      -: Id it
The  ��� -       ���*         -������:"���'������'
-       "I."    Whv . 1 i ed '���������
sav "I."   1     - : : ' shall���
except w! =ed withii
hi; n                 ��� .ay, "M;
S              11      '   r' ' ���  :��� .'. > in th "
matter?" But 1 the quiet ���������
this  sanct '     ud   douh
' , ;      | ���    ;    ���     ��� ' a.a   1    :;: .
free man, and ! ' ��� '" ���' 'dare in the
face of my 1 i r an ! sundry time
stained portr lits. ti at 1 (who ha1 c
often made twain one) will not make
one twain. "I" will not bo "we."���
Cecil Whig.
Jump Right In and BUY  Before  the Inevitable R^i
Fitting Name.
'Tf the man with two wives Is a Mj
tmist, I suppose you would call tbe
man who married three women a trig-
"No. I would call him a blitberui.
Canada's    \
Thi.  is a banne year foi Can-
.. la in >; ialil y as well as quantity.
Neva; ��� ��� e has .- : ... huge crop of
al - been - ifelj harveste 1; ne.er be-
: re has the ; lallty been so goo 1.
CCS buj ers an i elevators ..11 o. t
Westei n I' ma 11 ha. e -��� cm e i the
pick of this wonder:'';: crop of finest
. ats, and by the aid of the new and
werful machinery in their various
mills, have quickly transformed them
into the famous B. & K. ROLLED
OATS. Every gro ei has now a stock
this seasi m's w m lerf '1 crop.
This i- radically direct from the h i -
vest fleld to vour breakfast tabl '���.
Tide Table-Fraser River
One and a half 1 its, Sa . e ton, just
iff Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,000.   Terras to   ie arrange 1.
Corner of Sixth street  an 1 Foui
avenue, house and seven lots, orchard,
fruit trees, etc.. $3,100. half cash
House an i  f ill size I lot, 6 rooms,
on Princess street, ne tr Six   i ai
goo i gar len, fi lit tr    -. onlj  $350.
Housi.    10   rooms,  l '��� ���   Ipt -.   ��� ���
1 i
!���" mrth   ir. en ���     ind   Sevei   i   sti eet.
$2,000.   Terms can       ar ange :
Si ven-i ooi     lb mse  Si venth s
ne -   Fifth     ��� ��� nue   two   ston   ���
-  ��������� I li   , $1,400.
Hi  tsi Fourth s reet, n    i   S
avenue,   six   ro ims,   a      m i lei n improvements, .l1.400.
House, eight r i ims, on S I leorge
street, corner Fourth, $2,500: easj
li . isi  an i :'-   m Agnes -    tet, two
storej -. seven i i
���al    nap at
Ho is ��� an .  full size 11      co ner of
Twi.: i.    I ���:. i   F   ���   ta   avenu
$300. IV, store; -.
Between I Si:      avenues
ne ia Seventh   stree . eighl  rooms, all
ible and i ise, I
-:.:���  ���   lot,   two    Stoi... S,   $1.0
House on Royal       . .   -        street,
���... ,   -���       ... seven   rooms,  full  sized   Fourth  street
lot,  $2,000. one hal; c l
Hous,.   ai
street   and   Prim
eys, only $1,400.
iln ir ling
it reel.
rents al $30 per
������ a ���   .
.-..' in.   i.a nee ���
1 a . -   . ��� .     ion ���������.
S -..- .   ���
size i lots   al! tn ��lei n
|mpl rd   street,    el wi en      ,,:-"
Four, id    f ,-enues,    $2,250.   r1 *[ '
������ good snap
e ii      i ;���.. ��� ,.
ivei    tits   flm      ��� al ion,   con $900.
Seven-roomed cottage,
full sized lot, near Fifth
Avenue and Fourth Street,
price $1,200, $100 cash.
balance on time.
Watch  for our  Parm  and   Ranching  List  in these columns
_  !..,   ii ' i,AT.
rui: tucks, th ise sometimes with hem
Bt ������ '...-���'. edges. Bi twe >u th i clusters
of tucks are lus 'ts of valenclennes
lac, aud all edges arc Qnlsbed n Itb
ruffles of tbe same, Nowadays this
particular lac ��� Is finer and more delicate . ud attractive than ever before.
There are ninny smart grass linen
dresses ta natural color being made
up with no end of Ince Insets, or some
times witb .���;..' roldery wrought on the
fabric Itself.   Oue such gown bad lh
skirt embroidered   for a   dlstam t
twelve Inches from the foot In front
to eighteen in tho back. There wus
a bell made of the linen in folds
while the waist was in surplice style,
nnd _ll edges were embroidered to
match the design ou the skirt, but II,
smaller figures. This was made t'.ir
uu elderly woman, and tlie only touch
of coi'.. nbout it was a soft V in fron;
of the waist of pale green, The dress
was the natural color of the flax.
Other gowns of this natural tla.. linen
are made witb nuns folds or plain
tucks about the lower portion of the
skirt, while the waist i.s a mass or
rich lace or embroidery.
Some very dainty nnd pretty frock
for young girls are made In  what.
called  Peter Tan style, which  mean
that  th.\v  are  made tii lit   the  figure
by means of shlrrlngs thnt begin nt
the   Lust   line   and   finish   about   sit
inches below the l><��!t.   The shirrs nrs
drawn   to   tit   tbe   figure,   nnd   it   is
a   pretty    and   youthful   style.    Light
lawns,  organdies and nil such  materials make up daintily lu this fashion
For week ending Nov. 11, 1906.
High Low-
Water. Water.
Nov. S,       9.40 3.50
19.15 14.55
Nov.  6      10.30 1.25
19.45 15,55
Nov. 7      11.15 4.55
20.15 IT.''i
Nov.   .       L2.10 5.20
21.05 Ivi.
Nov.   1'       13.00 6.00
23.00 19.20
Nov.   10       13.45 T'i
Nov.   11        0.55 T.I"
U.o 21.25
High. Low.
Time. lit. Time. li'.
Nov.   -      '...nl    12.5 1.1'.'    2.5
18.37    10.6 14.24    9.2
Nov.   .;      9.4S    12.4 1.57    J.7
19 05    10.2 15.23    9 1
X iv.  7    10.37    12.:: 2.3S    3.2
19.36      9.. ii',.-J'.'    9 a
N v.  -    11.28    12,3 ::.22    3.6
20.23      9.3 17 12    9.1
Nov.   9    12.In    12.2 1.13    4.2
22.22      8.S 15.50    S 5
N ...   10    13.04    12.2 5.14    1 S
19.40   7.6
Xov.   ll      0.16     S.9 6.21    5 2
13.43    12.3 20.1S    6.6
j     136 Hasl ..      St, W . Vancouver,   !
l    Bookkei    ag, Gregg and Pitman
j    Si. irthand       legi i ih    an I En-   t
J    glneerlng. j
[ Seven   Teachers }
i  Forty-Five   Typewriters  \
|  Students Always in Demand,   j
R. 1. SPROTT, B. A., Principal j
|       THE COMFORTABLE WAY       {
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Broker
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
i Great Northern Ry. I R. C. Purdy, The Confectiomj
!       1IITI6 Tabl6      { Is now manufacturing on his premises,
Columbia Street, a full line of
Toffee and Caramel
I cany a full line of G. B. and Lowney's Chocolates,
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be   Obtained    at    All    Hours   at
Kenny s    Restaurant    and   u]
. ��_��_-M-_---________-M-W_-----_-W_---------M_-----_MWW^Mi^^-----i^-----''''"^"^^M^^
Late Suppers After the Theatre a
Specialty. Oysters and Game
-      -      -     in  Season.
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 head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the   extent  of  one-quarter  section  of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land i3 situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year ior 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
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention |
to apply for patent.
W. W, CORY'.
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.
N". D.���Unauthorized publication of
'his advertisement will not he paid
Fo ��� of 4th Ave.  Cor, I6th  Si ��� et
New Westminster, P. C.
V. W. &Y.RY I
Dailv j NKW Dailv    ��
Leavei WESTMINSTER   Arrive
B72Tram Blaine, Belling-]3TC0 pni
1: 85 pm ham      Burling- 9: 55pm
'ton,    Mr.    Ver-'
|non,     Everett
Seattle        and
4:35 pm Spokane,      St. 3:00 pm
I Paul    and    all
points East.
9.20 anil-Vnacortes, 1:00 pm
IWoolley,     and
3: 0D pm Vancouver '.): 2n am
9:55 pm |4:35 pm
Lv. Xew Westminster for
Guichon 3:50 p. m. Ar. Guichon
C p. ni., Monday, Wednesday,
8: 15 a. in. ar. from Guli hon,
'.'; 30 a. m. i.v. for Vancouver.
Route of the Famous
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth. Chicago, St.
Louis  and  all  points  East.
For complete Information
rates, berth reservation, etc,
call un or iiiHress,
I"". 0 MEYERS, Agent,
);.''�� ol Commerce Building.
Nsw Westminster; B. C
S. G. VKill, l'i =!. A. 0. P. A..
Corner Second ...""������ :!;. 1 Columbia St., Sea- .:���-.. Wash.
All kinds of Ship repair
Ship and Scow Building
a specialty.
Estimates promptly furnished.
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster.  B.C.
Re S 1,' ii Pa t of Lol . N'ew
Westmlnsti r Sti
A certificate of In lefea    de title to
��� ���   above propei 1    _,-! Issued to
! .a- Brunette Saw mil Con iany, l.im-
; e 1 Liability, on the 151 1 day of November, 1906, unless In the meantime
a  valid objection ti el 1 be ma le to
in" In writing by a person or persons
claiming an estate or Interesl therein,
or in any part thereof.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry   Office, N'ew Westminster, B.C., Oet. 10, 1906.
'      -.-wtBJg^^GIT YOUR   F^ET   INTO   A  PAIR   SF '
The "DICK" Old Country
DanifV Proof Boots
1 i    her  if the D!
...     ��� ���  ���
:        ' 1 making li  Impo
; .
Youths, $2.00      -       -      Boy*. *?^-":'l
Boys can't wear thtse out in one season.
Gent's from $4.00.
J. STEWART  -   Sole Agent
Old  Country  Boot Store. Columbia  St., New  West
vm ste'.
*   I���A^ 1   I���iLV QF THE CANADIAN  PAf_IFl__ RY
Graduate Optician.
Our work guaranteed.
Ryall's Drug Store
'.8.000 I EMPRESS OK  BRITAIN 114,50-
Travel ;.. the _ ime way as your let-
' i l! Is the quickest, safest and
mosl ... momlcal, Next sailing Nov
i'i.   For partti ulars apply to
Having solil on' the bicycle and re-;
pair business, we  will carry on the
electrical  business exclusively   in the
j future, nnd  will carr/ a full  stock of
I everything In that line that Ia to be
fcuml in a first-class shop.
Housi.- wiring win lie promptly attended to, ami our prices on everything will be found as tow as those ol
any oth��r liusiness concern of this
kin.] on the coast.
C. P. R. AOENT.     ������  iliimbla Sti  New Westminster,
Post Card AlM
Before the Xmas Rush.     A Lartfc AsWrtment i
J,  J.  MACKAY  y Cl
Booksellers   end   Stationers
fc-.. IED
. _��v   \0V. 7. 1906.
*~ "iiui^
Manufactured and guaranteed by
F.   G.   DAWSON. Agent, 145 Hastings Street. West. Van
WJBP5 i8!M�� ��S8&?W
lortliern Pacific!
Trains & Steamers
' P.R.   .MAIN   LINE.
VV.  15 1";   in  N. VV.
Trains Daily
, avel on the Famous
. ���:    lighted train.   Low Rates.
Excellent Service.
Leavi   N. VV. S.30; ar, Seattle 15.50,
1 '..'���" Si al le  12.30;  ar, N. VV.  IS.40.
Li . ... N. W   8.."0, 1" 35, 15.40, 17.35.
Arrive N. VV. 9.35, 11.35, 1C.40, 18.40.
York, Chicago,
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
loronto, at raul   Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
J.,..   ��� ���      kets on sale to all Euro-
i ;������ ini ���
;ial   Reduced   Rates    Round   Trip   Lv. N. W. U p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
V., \V. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. Vancouver ...'1. a.m., and 4 p.m.
Lv. N. AV. 9:35 am; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
S:45 p m. and ti p. ui
Mondays only.
Lv.  New  Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
1   ' 'sEND**YOU OVER   an<i * ��" m" ami eVcr-v half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
-,'.es   to   Southern   Cali.ornia.
nil informtion call on or write
C. li. LANG, General Agent,
I Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
land, i"". A. G.    A
[rains Every Day in the Year
linneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
Fraser River and Gulf
Bea ver���
S. S. Queen City
-   Vict . I   11   ;..  m,     p   1st, *&��?$k��l.&S^\r. The   Way  the   Notorious  Jack   Graeme
7th, I9th an I 20th of ea i foi " ' Wa5 Arretted
Ashousit and way points;   eaves Vic-      SEALED   TENDERS   addressed to      "A man and a woman," said the
toria on the 7, and 20, fo    ., ��� Inoand   '"''   mdersigned, and endorsed "Teii'   police chief, "occupied a compart-
way  points,  Leaves  V itorla  on  20th   dei   foi   Pti   .     Building,   Edmonton,  menl of n  I'tillnnin.    Iti a desolate
of ea b montb for C    i S.      and waj   Alta.," will eceived    I  this office place, the train speeding like light-
points including Quatsino. ......  , v ���c   ,������.   nine along, the man said to the wo-
until v\ e lm        .   s   ��� emi er 2S,  190G,
i man:
lower FRASER river route.    Iln< uslvely, for the construction ol a      ��1-radam, I will ask you to look
Steamer Transfer Public Building al Edmonton, Alta.       out ,,.   t]le  window n   few minutes.
Leaves  New  Westminster en  Mon       Plans and specification can be seen  I am going to make some changes
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday, Thursday Und forms ol tendei . .tained al this  in my apparel.'*
I"1"  **,"''lh'>    De, irtment, on appll ation to Mr. R.
J.   Manson, Cleric of Works,  Edmonton, Alta., and Mr. J, Gt eenfii Id, Supt.
of Public Works, Winnipeg, .Man.
Persons tendei Ing an notified Ihat
tenders will nol be consider! d unless
made on the printed form supplied,
.ml signed with theli actual signatures
Each tender must   be accompanied
''���v "" accepted cheq in a chartered,    "gome moments later in her tu n
bank, made  payable to  the order oi   the hidv said'
tbe Hon,.rai,le the Minister of Public      "-'Now, sir. or madam, whichever
Works, equal to ten percent. (10 p.c.)   vou ,.TV- \-\\ .,,k you alBO to look 0 it
of the amount  of the tender, which j "����� tm3 w'njow.  I have some changes
wiii be forfeited if the person ten.in : t��� n].lk(, In ||1V mvn are8B>>
lng  decline  to enter Into  a contract |     ��Tllc otj,ej complicd, and when'
when called  upon to do so. or If he  ]1C w;1.   permitted to withdraw his
fail rn complete the work contracted | g^   from   ,|H.   paB8ing landscape,!
Leaves  Vancouver at  "  p.  m���  lind   for.   If the tendei  be m I accepted the   v\,a\   v.n-   liis  surprise   to  find  the
id  16th of each  mouth, wiling at  cheque will be returned. ladv clninged into a man.    Ue gave I
Cannot  Travel   Through  Uncle   Sam's
Territory Without Clean  Bills
of   Health.
at 2 ;>. m. witb additional trip ou Monday at 5 a. m.
Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 .i. ni.;   Friday at 6 a. in. additional i
tri|. Saturday 5 p.  m.
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster,  _   a. m.!
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chllllwack 7 a, in. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at'
landings-   between   New   Wstinlnster'
and Cbilliwack.
S. S. Tees
minutes,   tilled
noises,  passed.
"'Certainly, sir,' snid tlio woman
"Two or tliri'i
with odd, rust Iin
Then the mnn said:
" 'Now. madam, I inn finished.'
"She looked al Iiini. and, behold,
he Iiini transformed himself into a
dashing girl, heavily veiled, fash-
ionably dressed and with rich ii.nl
beautiful lilotul hair.
S    legate on first trip aud Bella Coola      The Department ileus not bind itself (J jom| |au"-Ii.
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m "  are  approximate,
nn second  trip. Time on  arrival  and   '" accepl the lowest or any tender,
By order.
Ramona��� j
From  N.  \V. Tll., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
From N. W. daily, ex. Sat. anj Sun.,
p.m.;  Saturday, _ p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston. 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, S p.m.
m .1 iches   and  buffet,   li-   Ritliet���
iii- snii king car-. From N.W., Wed. ar.d Mon., 7 a_m.
r Tim    Tables,  Folders, or any,    From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
*f ini  rm; tion  call  on  or  write
Mail Service
Close Received.
Seattle,  da  Sumas 7.45 a.m. 6.40 p.m.
Sappei ton and .Mill-
side. No. 1  7.45a.m. 11.35 a.m,
Vancouver,  N'o.   I.  7.45a.m. 9.00a.m.
HN.K   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattli ..  _ 15 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
Van. a.- Cen. Pai k.10 ;" a.m. 2.00 p.m.
Victoria   10 30a.m. 9.00 a m
Eaat Burnaby ....  1.13 p m. Lit , ��� i
,... Ini r, Steveston,
etc    1.30 p io. 1 LOO a.m.
:' P.R eaat.Bapper-
ton, Mii'-Mi' an 1
i . ; ihlam     3.t 0 p tii. 11.35 a.m.
! Vim. and  Bttrna ij  3.30 p.m. G.00 p m
G.N.R   Flye    1.00 , m 11.00p.m.
: Tlmberlan 1.   Tui
and Prldaj      .. .1-'."" tn, 12.00 m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Brltl-h Columbia Coast Line
i S'lbject to change wltnout   notice, i
I ���';��� newest    and best ideas
ILUXURY. It is lighted with
j electricity and gas; the most1,,
"pntly minated train in the ' "
- quipment consists of
I irtment cars, standard
I sleepers, luxurious dining
clii ' .     hair car-  (seats freel,
m Se    ��� :   \venue, Seattle, Wash
'   S . Mirer of
lineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
For   reservations   and   informnt.ion
call or address
Agent, New Westminster.
B. .1. COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Ageut, Freight Dept.,
New Westminster.
Departmenl of Public Works,
Ottawa, October 29, 190C,
Newspapers Inserting this advertise
ment  without  authority from the De
partment will not ho paid for it.
Eviry one who breakfasts,
lunches or dines nt
Coffee Palace
becomes a regular customer, beaause
"Ml    ia ins.' lie said, 'tliilf we lire
bol li fugil ives: hem e we should be
i pals.    I nm a Lank robber.    Whnl
are you ?'
" 'I.' said the other, 'am Detective
lliiwko of Stiii l-'r.-tni isco, and for
three da,, n in female* attire 1 have
been shadowing you. Wrists together, please, so thai I tuny n0-*
slip the nippers on.'
"Th,is.'" concluded the police
chief, "did 1 letei Live Hnwke arrest
I ho notorious, Jack Graeme in 1879.
It was the neatesl arrest, from the
melodramatic standpoint, of the
vear."    St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Laden with all Iheir worldly wealth.
com Istlng of bedi and bedding, cooking utensils, wearing apparel, umbrellas nnd aroa I smiles, fourteen Sii.tin
t: arched proudly up Columbia street
yesterday afternoon, Intending to em-
bark on the G.N.R train for Gnand
.Forks, where their contractor bad secured work. Everything went well
until they reached the depot, when
tbey were refnsi I permission to embark on the train wil bout being possessed of a medical certificate of
health, as tlie greater part of their
journey would be made through American territory, changing at Everett
and again nt Spi kane, and then proceeding north to their destination,
Before the Sikhs could recover from
their surprise at the Indignity heaped
upon tbi'tn. the train bad disappeared
across the bridge, and tbey were lefl
nn the platform calling down the Am
erlcan authorities, who Insisted on
treating ibPin like Chinese. After a
prolonged conference between the
��� left-beblnds, a start was made for the
Hi,. where thej wlll remain until
i tbey either gel medical certificates or
arrange to travel over the C.P.R. lines.
Everything is ('lean
Everything is Well Cooked
Everything is Promptly Served
It's Like Handing You Money    Merchants' Lunch
How  to Sec  Uir   Wind.
Take a polished n ctnl surface of
two I'll ' " more and u it li n si might
edge. A large hiitidsuw .vill nnBv.or
the purpose. Take u windy day "it
which "to it'.uke I l.e experiment, pny-
i iukr n" nttenlion '" nl mospheric
Conditions, for
cm I." iu  successfully  t tide i n n
clear dnv us it i an on ii elo idi o e, ]
u I
The Simulon Tunnel.
\n American writer, discussing th'i
effecl ..ii commercial interests of the
recently opened Slmplon tunnel, says;
"l bave only recently returned trom
the present day cataclysm of the Alps
���it Is the Slmplon tunnel. The cataclysm effect is there; tlie only differ.
I'tice is that man bai made it. Hew
stupendous, indeed, is Hint greal hole
Into Italy ran onlj > e appreciate I i y
making the trip as we did, ovei ,i; ���
mountains by way of the Sim] l. i
"Ii the Swiss p -i on their laurels,
Germ my will - an "iy benefll by the
Sim I a. and the sam,. will be true of
Hall .n I and lii Igium, while Pram e
wlll I eneflt, b< a ise the northern section of the greal !'. L. Al. trunk line
will Iln l the distam e from Paris to
Mian vi  ���   much shorter by the Sim
and the ri -���    s will I |iinlly good   I '":'  ,lnn  h-v ""' Oothard.   On   the
onjy   other hand, suppose the Swiss tunnel
���������- a  Specialty.
Office, Eighth Street.
E6TM1N8TER,   B.  C.
I'pecia I
ii the Blacksmith-
ii. Benson, I will
i his ol 1 custom
��� ties    Horseshoe-
to sell j   i  .f our I   mt iln iiei
���| hej  -a .������ r-.  ol time, ttnil       e, you
...,..-. onej    The pi t   ������    bt
���     be kind   ha1
I   tbe time.   Once Bile I, they  ire always rea !>  for  service.   They w m'l
leak or refuse to foed the Ink i i   i
in   any  particular.    Trj    one    if   the
:;.   ..   . irlced kind, and see what
vou in. ?e been missing.
Full i'nurse, including Coffee with
Cream, -       35c
lii to _ p.m.; ii t.i 8 p. in.
Short (irders Quid ly Servei
c ;.
29,   fn
'��� M.  KNUTSON,
iiighth   Street.
[he White Pass
H Yukon Route
-p^V  l';" kn^- ATLIN,
,.u."." ;      DAWSON   and
., ' s>- . Daily trains  (except
s  E'    '    :��� ' engers,   mail.
.,',.''   ,r   ��bt    connect    witb
pi,,^;;,        nd White Horse,
| j,,,,,;, '.v.ntcr service.
pply to
ROGERS   Tr.ffi    >.
1   ���   i r.ifftc   Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
from  Van
1W C. Chamberlin, oiii*
Princess    Beatrice
Yam ouver.
Princess   Maj
Princess Victoria.
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1  p. m.
S. S. Charmer.
-. - -i   m    railroad   in   the   world  that   equal   in
Leaves New Westm nster at , a. m.  ���*������th^ of the Chicago, Mil-
on Wednesday and Mondays. waukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.      own  and  operate their  own  sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pionesr Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
in summer nnd winter.
thing you need to look oul [or i's Ithe Bernese-Obenland al Wlldslrubel-
tlini you do i ol iiltempl lo "see the ae ""'v ;"" a,mi ' '"'" '" ,l" ,;"
wiiii!" on a I., n\ or murky day, ns   man)   *']]] '"' remarl ibly favored hi
. ..ml tioni  tire then very unfiivom-   '   :'      u     t,ons '" ,h'' short-
Lie.    \\ ii a . .. ;   ilima 'is in rnnli-   ''"' ' distance       ih Milan,
! ,. ..  h,   '  ���: ,.  i ,���!..!'     .��� rfn ,. nl      y:h ' ;"" n"' French to do In thai
I Tea, Coffee, Steaks our Speciall    t ripht i lo (he din   (i f tho   event'   The;    musi   further   Bhorten
wind    '   ...  il  the  wind  is in tho j their tlmi  to tin   slmplon,   Thei.. is
north hold the mehil east nnd west,   ftJroadj a Becond class mountain rail-
but   instead  of  lioh    ig  it  vertical J WB3 rrom Pontarlier, ln France, to tbe
incline it nbout   I.' degrees to the Md�� Swiss lines al Lausanne,   It coul l
horizon.    When this hns been done   be made a trunk  line for some $il\-
Bight carefully along the edge oi ��   000,000.   The large I -isiness Interests
IPIlflPr^  fflr  llPhPnhirP^    sharply defined object {ot some mo-   ��* Lausanne desire this,
It-IIUClJ   lul    l/LULIIllllLJ    ments and you will Bee  the wind      "Tbe business men of Geneva, how-
���-������ pouring ovgr in graceful curves al-   everi urge tbe French to tunnel the
most like unlet'. ' l-'aui-ille.    II  would  mean a ureal tiin-
- --������  nei from France into Switzerland, and
ft takes a lot of uerve and gall to   the construction of a new trunk line
"'      '   >""1"'11' :l"'  ' ' ""   "'���:'���      tO the Simplon,   .       ling near or toitch-
itiK Geneva, at a cost of $10,11011,000.
Trapp Block,
i lolumbia St
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily e.tceut Hat-
ve   their   patrons
an   excellence   of
not obtainable elsewhere.
urday and Sunday a! 1:30 p. m. Sat- H. S. ROWE. Genera! Agent.
m. . , M Tbird St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
urday at 2:30 p.
SB Vl.liU TENDERS will be recei.
ed by the nndorslgned up to the I9tb
.,1,   ol   November,  t.Ofl,  for the purchase   ol   debentures    of   the  Fourth  l(,,v ���{ ,|1(, s.IIillt, (ini(,   llll( ���������.,. lll(.t,
streel  Bewer, City ol  New Westmln- play the game that wny.
Bter,  B.C., amounting to twenty thou- ���
sand dollars ($20,000,00), and bearing     Be clever, and  people  will  forgive
Interesl at the rate of five per cent. I Tou for not being good,
per  annum,  payable  half-yearly, the |
prinolpol   and   interest   being   payable
at the office of the Bank or Montreal
In New Westminster, B.C. j    i)ou*t judgQ   .,   ,���.,���  i,arsiily.    You
The tenderer   must  slate   the nettrajght want to borrow money of hun
price he will pay here. someday,
The Corporation does not bind itself ���
to aocepl any tender. T,K> reason why so many peoplw an-
City Clerk
City Mall. New Westminster, B.C., I   Don't he afraid until you have to U
November li, 1906. .;;,,; (j,en ,.,,.,,
U'hai will be done remains to be seen.
Kut the fitce of Europe is changing
as surely iis if men of faith commanded the mountains, 'Be ye removed!'"
He who knocks aud runs away v.-il
���Ive to be no experl knocker.
so uninteresting is that their habits are
ny secondhand.
Guichon���F. W, Ferguson, Vancouver.
Windsor���B. (llener; Reston, Man.;
Mr. nnd Mrs. Cooper, Toronto; 11.
Lueknian, Edmonton; H. E. Miller,
Nicomen; W. Nichols, Bellingham; H.
Ferguson, Haney; E. W. Hogarth, Cloverdale; A. B. McMillan, Arden, Man.:
11. Carter, Haney; N. McNalr, Blaine;
William Chadsey, Chilliwack. fHE DAILY NEWS
Published by The Dally News Pub-
-thing ��� u my, Limited, at their
itfice i ' nei of Sixtb a_.i Front
.-*'.,  s, New  Westminster,  ii   C.
Managing Directcr J. C. Erown
Transiei display advertising, 10
cent- pei ���. e nonpariel) 12 lines to
tbe   inch.      F.ve   .ents   per  line  tc
:���_-. . ������ .   ��� ;;'    ..-..riiaiis.
Reading notices, bold face type, 2-'1
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
ecnts per line.
Foi time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let. etc.. one cent per
word. No advertisement taken fcr
teso than 25 cents.
Day Office    A22
Night   Office    B22
We'll give you the Finest Suit of Clothes in Canada for the money.    Our
ranges of styles and patterns are most extensive.
The stock offers a variety of Clothing that has No Equal in  British
$10.00, $12.00 and
$15.00 Suits for . .
WEDNESDAY.  NOV. 7.  1906.
1' .,       isins   acros
.-:.���     - ���   mann    -     nd custi
an Empi
the Gi . ������ i   ���    ir, and on no i
more I.. ;. on the ] inishi n i
i   e in G   a
the i ..������ - ���     .'      ......
ctiot i the
Kaisi -,    So   far,   however,   bas   i
���. ;. i   ol  ia,, ei I. ism a . i anci i In
Unite i States In re<   ;.' yi u -.    ial we
are  hat lly   surpris id   to   n
Judge S'athanii i Ev ing,   o thi     aiti ;
S ���. es   District   C mrt,   at    Pi   -   irg,
sentence 1   rapt.  Hen-.';.'    Ft.   Kroft, of
the  steamer Bessie   Smith,  to   -
one ho tr In jail as a ; enaltj  foi  saying, "To hell with -      Presidi
Unite i States."
The offender is desci Ibed as c ip-
tain" evidently because he Is mastei
of a :.;>���; ch.in: vessel I:' he were i
naval i aptaln, the offeni ������ wi i il I, of
course, I e properly punishable, ' ui
not by the civil courts.
How would it do to Int i'i; this
lese mi |este business in Canada? The
hint is offered to those wh i wish to
purify politics.   If public speakersand   "?
writers   were confined    to   respectful   u a very llfferent  Hous*       C  mm ns
language,   the effect    n  oui   political   from that which  was   -turn   I       rn"
Pine line of Flannelette Blankets 75c
The Modern Clothiers
Attractions   at   the   Opera    House
For   the  tabic���for  cooking���
b without an equal. Always the
tame perfect quality.
discu --: ins and   i iiii Ic il manners gen-
erallj would doubtless be In the direction of elevating the wh il ��� tone i : -he
business an 1 thus ten iii.- to purlfl   t
.    the Lords
The  11 11    Ni ���'��� shas    - ei. ������; from
the King's  Printer, Vii -ann ,the offi-
A clever American pi ifess ir ���
Barn.--, of Stanl n i ---gi. es as I he almost unanimous verdicl ol I . ��� thousand children tha: they lid not resent
whippings ,i- such; an; ni sl ;.. al
was resented  If the child thought   he
cial i           if thi    '.    m investigation, had not had due notice of the conse-
II  is  ������   .     imi nt                      il irge, , tences of i.i-   sr  ir    ir thai     Is   ix-
closelj   printed  pages     One ol  these ises  had   nol     een  -.;..:.
lays w      tn     ���..      to  give  cui _i let ed,  oi   other   children  1    .    ieen
rea lers   so ne id                  gist of its let ofl more ��� ��� -:.     bu   i sco ling that
-. il imin   is contents. I n it    itisl       ��� -���    ��� ; ilrem nts left
  ..          Ittern  _s              whipping that
���A   B.  C." send           ��� '     V :  ���               '        i long way of
,   ,   ag the   , qui   a.   ���     -  e ���'������"���'"- '   ''    hildren    :    '       '  ''"
.'��������� n justlci      ad     njustice,
head tax    n Chin	
. mer Bg ire   if $100 |
T .    letti .  ia in the nal in
ing to onci .-    ::
-   ;.. .- :   :..'������  .
to obtain  th
tax.   1
e   \   li ;'   if nev
, and so saved '���    i   .
������ | .._ .
: - '..- .     .    ���:..
Be I* (-���-><-   Natnrrd.  lloeile.  Ohedlrnl
mul   I.mm   -nfferlnu.
"The elephant Is tlie best natured
beast in all wild creation," said a circus man. "Most people have an idea
that the big beast is apt to go wrong
any time and make all kinds of troubl��
for everybody. Now. as a matter ot
fact, I hav,- never but once seen a
freak of this kind. Then the result
was directly due to the Intolerable
abuse of flat beaded grooms. It seem.
to me that if some one was putting a
steel point or h. >_. Into a soft j iim of
yours or mine many times a day and
without any good reason for It we
would show temper and tear up t!i:n_;s
too. The only difference Is the elephant has more patience, He is docile,
obedient and long Buffering. When
an elephant gets a little out of sorts
ther,- is always some lightweight attendant, it seems, to tly off and say he
Is -daffy.' Ninety-nine times: out of <s
huudrnl the poor elephant has been
badly treated, and, as he cannot talk,
he does about the only thing be can do
and trumpets his disgust or possibly
goi-s a step funher and eases his feelings by taking a crack with his trunk
at something within reach. Elephants
are as kind hearted and tender as wo
men and respond to little attentions
the same way, and in the same way,
Jusl like a womau, when tbey gel - -ired, it takes a long while to Bweeten
them aia in it" it can be dine at all."���
Chicago Chronicle.
Davenport  bedstead.    Applj   Cook's   Written       Lottie Blair Parker, au
wai! paper store, Colum da street. Waj   Di wn  Easl
206-6 A   Play   that  Will   Live  Forever.
     nal, unhackneyi
of So ithei n  life  evei
7���Under Southi   n S
12���The Sign   if the Cr i
; 5���Jessie   Ma. ' u hlan,  Si ol h
i '���::.
17���Arlzon i
23���Harrj   Beresl ird   (The   VV m   ;
2S    lerr   fron   i-i j
Nelson-Gans fi
New Wcslminsler Optra
Nov. Sth
Applications  ������ Ill   ." receive I by the ,      .,
.  ,,  ' , Evet .   Detail,
undersigne i  up to a p.m. oi  Monda;.
the   12th   Inst., for   the   position   of   0ver T,v0 Mllhon Pe��Ple Have See"
Plumbing  Inspector an 1  Asslstahl   I i ThlS   Play-
the    Superintendent    of    Waterworks      Seat      n   sale  on  A'  nd       nornlng
��� ��� .. iine 1 Ryall's Drug Store,
Applicants  must   be  properlj   qu Prices, $1X0, 75c. 50c;  gaiic-y. 25c.
:  ��� .   ilumbers.
For Information as to dul les, Balai .
������'( .  i   .;,  in    ei -nt; al     " i        Hall,
W   A,  DUNCAN",
PRINTING��� L lo    our pt Intlng
We  guarantee you  vi      reasons
li   i, .. .'    deliver;    and <
��� '11    Cl
Clt     Hi  '.   N'ew   Wi .   Nov.
plete satlsfa tlon. The A i ivi  P
Fr mi   stree      M rs. Do
Onlj   origin il ' ���'���''.
of the greatesl i
.,'   ii.. mi .   ���   '*
..     ������  $i 1,71
Sea       a sale
Pr ces 75c, 50c:   gallery, 25c.
W. N. Drap*
B. C. Land
Ellard Slock.   New Wo-tmlnw
.   -��� :.
:.;. . .
Mi ;; Ottawa
this autumn
if  ii .- ���    ol
. -     ���	
if  the   News Advi     ser, onl;      ��� iter-
day,  priirs n " -; eclal"   ������ hli     asserl -
tlia'  ��� hi    lei tlon ' - " ming off I   t
diately, and  the  l-i den i;! md inve itl-
A  Hole   In  the  Roof.
Mrs. Anna D. I  irm        , a hand-
widow, ;- '       - . -   -    :     ut.il
pi p c: Ln '���'....     ���. '.
:���:.-. I tl     |     iert;      i Poi
len for a ten     I       ��������� ���
i ,1 to reserve the    _.-'>:    .
through a h r roon
; ���:--;..-    ' I  SOI
Mrs,    I orn   ewi        itui
from  i   .-/  she ���..     r son,
iut permission of Coplen,     .   :i to
pass through ��� :   r_        i
. i.'- rooms :���:' -'.:���.
Coplen protested and 1 rved
notice on her not to trespass. EL
���. ��� ���: ;... Hock : loor of I " tail ���
\Vnlow Corm '��� ���'������:: ���' -',". ;- a car
pi iit"i'. and he gol a ladder to i   ���;.
W.  R. Gilley, 'Kiicm.   1-iMJ.
&      rr,
a     M
Hi ill ra in
gation report, for  the publication of to the attic roof, where ho opened a
which  the   Premier  especiallj   asked way through which the widow and
everybody to wait, has only jusi been her son have been making their exit.
Issued from the   Governmenl   press! ami  entrance.���Cincinnati   Enquir-1
The    N'ews-Advertlser    shoul I   really er.
hire s .. e me to wake it up.
Wliy   !li-   Din   . -*   kej-iftn.
Sir Willi in   Wlcbtn 1:1 held oil;. ��� i
the old Court of Que ��� a- bench far l>
yo'.d the p.   ".: ��� 1 time, and al 1
on the eve ".   the "1 mg vacatl in" :
tool: a s.,- of far i-vel! of his bro
Judges.    However, v. ii in "the m ���.���  i
of All Souls'" cume around be tu: .
up smiling it Westn inster ball. "Wli
Brother Wlgbtman," said  Sir Ale-tan
der Cockburn,  "you told  us thai  you
intended to send  in you;' resignation
,   to the lord chancellor before the en i
of August"    "So I did." snld Sir William, "but when I wenl home and t ild
my wife she said. 'Why, William, what
that we can do
Coal, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement,
Fire Brick, Fire Clay and
Crushed Rock.
Also agents u. <;. fottery Co. sewer pipe, cr..
Local agents Vancouver Portland Cement Co. !
Office, Front Street, New Westminster, B.C., Near C.P.R. Depot j
'Phone Mi !
1 1 , .f.���K
 =n ��� ���-i
Commenting on th ��� attltu le of the
House ol Lords on the Education Bill,
the M ntreal Witness says: "The
Hous.- Lor Is bas i o nme iced its
flghl a-��� tin-��� iii" c imm ms. How far
it will . arry ii Is a question of deep
intere.-i to the na i in, and deeper to
itself. II will not larr'y any war with
the pei iple a i m i an ��� A war to the _
death would, of i iut
the 1 louse of Lord -. In s) far as it
thinks it can. as In the < ase of the
Gladstone Home Rule Bill, carry the 0n earth do you tl;.-
people against the House":' Comm ns, with you messing about the housi. all
it will venture, but nol ��� ich further." day?' So, yon see, I was obliged to
But. then, the question remains, What come down to court again."���Dundee
will   the  i louse  of Commons  do?    It   Advertiser.
The White House,
A.  J.   BIRTCH.  275  Columbia  Street.
We are showing some particularly
Good Values in
-  Ladies  Blouses  -
The prices ?     Well, they are by no means their least
attraction.     CALL  AND  INSPECT.
-rl W ft   ���
Svi y>E'
��� ���-������3-��
V \ ***
5, r> v:'
WE'VE made great preparation for fitting J
the Boys with the best Winter Suits that m
money could buy or that the Best Makers oi wk
Clothes could put together. The cloth, th ' ''��� Jj
the trimming and the cut combine to form notn
short of
$3.00, $3.50, $4.00,14.50 to $8|
At any of these prices you will receive a heapl
measure of value and full satisfaction.   ItniU
so, or your money goes hack to you.
H. L. DeBECK, TheOutfitt^
NEW WESTMINSTER,    Opposite P. 0. )NESDAY. NOV. 7, 1?06.
rljj.;\ you think
of true econp-
nvthisi   '      ''���'���-
me to.
r   ed
'   youi hi
��� "   proper clothe .
Local News Briefly Told
tll kind
..    e A
him   '.��� Co., embi tn oul Bl
I   . i .    ng   . . 00  5hing   -   ,.
���  , and  i gasoline engine which will
le. elop  i;   horse   power.   The   plant
Silks, ^rValstlngs, Hats,
Underwear, Hosiery
We're making price., that make goods sell-
dependable  merchandise���a bargain
from each department.   You'll know how
: thev are when vou see them.
|ave oi these 25c Waistings
.. Delaine iii wl        i Bla     Sp il l.'i,-
.  i.i- re with fan      ���; rl  e    Wo i . ran-	
.        To-day 25c
Chance to Clothe Vour Girls
Oi ���:   .weeds, Lustt ������    Se ges   and   Cashmeres,   pink.
bl te, green, gra; , etc., everj laj SOc goods. To-day 35c
|hat Silk Bargain Is Genuine
irds on Tin:'.- lay, and   still have   , ioui  600,    Take
Hvani this offering���90c   md   $1.00 Colored   and   White Chif-
varioti        id
.    Jac] ,i:     |    . will   ..��� moved on skids from place to
place  as occasion   maj It
will   be   in    fui!   .-win-;    ii.   aboul    two,
1 he   i rejoii        in  a   '���*��� ""ks.
:',i:a   - ...      ihoi a again.  Dog
salmon   ii ive   apparentlj   sl ippe I  for
this season
The sti am la inch R ,;;, ��� ... ned
'������ "'���'���'��� ��� I the I' irt H na-;. ranchers,
arrived ia porl ; este da an I is un-
;��� ? repairs
A   ' ir  Sr. I  r;   sa ���:   mil;   01 i
was sh     ed ; es et la    i i thc Emmer-
- m I. :a a.- Co i,;- p0ri Mo ii. .      the
Tii.-   funeral  of the   infanl   _ m   of
Charles Bolton, of St. c, ge's street,
will take place at ten o'clock this
morning in the Roman Catholic cemetery, Tlie chilli, who was only two
months old, died yesterday morning
after a shorl illness. The Rev. Father
O'Boyle will conducl the funeral ser-
vie. while nil arrangements win be
under the care of D. Murchie
of workmanship finish Is wnat makes furniture values. Our endeavor
is n ;ve these two qualities in every article bought and sold. Our
$1.00 ,;_-n back dining chair possesses these la marked degree���
they ait excellent value. Our $3.00 solid oak cobbler seat rocker ia
a leader md ls a winner; roomy and comfortable; and those fancy
chairs, large genuine Spanish leather upholstering at $15.00 ls one
of the best.   Morris chairs all oak  frame from $7.50 each up
Dupont Block-
Telephone 73.
The Columbian college students una
.'a;-' :.. jhl  Mr ' he purpose of organizing a dramatic club.   The matter was
"a efullj   debated, an I   the   stn lents
' '  came  I i the conclusion thai  such an
- '': ' ' irganizatlon would  be he pful an I In-
��� Machine Works C i
:   mi Columbia st eel
en in use
il   ���
lew   .
fa ���
A   : ;..   r.r. go  Wa! .   a
C.P.R       . . .a
ind a      t i un-
.. .   i.i      ll    .     .. ,; po-   i,aSt01    ":    '' :
teres! Ing.   " Thej    an or lii.-..    aa ... I
meel  one  evening   ������:'  ea       week,
ani  , lace 1  Miss   Burns  in cha  . ��� of
in u -' :.;��� ��� ll  was ;i!-.. deel I-
���       i give an entertainmenl   in ler the
ausplc ���- of the club abou Irst cf
i   ���   In Iui tion  of  Rev. Mr.  0 -.ial 1,
.. ' ..     nee i .:'..".'.
��������� ��� a   .   .;;
new ones.
������     is
[imona Flannels, 15c
Fivi    mndred   yards Fancy   Klmona   Flannels ��� English,  French
���.   . i.i heavy weight.    We boughl I io many, hence the
i; . nd  25c  -- i '. I.-    15c
jnderwear���a Specialty with Us
Natural' Wool,  Tar:    .ii'-  famous goods,   Ellis'  Spring
��� and Crescent   Underwear all Hnd a home here.   Prices 25c to
I.75 per garment.
ibbed Cashmere Hose
- an l girls, all siz ��� ���    om ���": _��� I ��� S  25c
.    ��� .    ���.!   Plali   Cashmet e IH   se, full fashioned   md s lamless,
I ; ,   ;o   10    2jc
fie Skirt Sale Continues
ive to go���so   a'r   ���.:'.������ ing   i nice        if $4.30 an.l
n inj     a.us an i -    les, a!    $3.15
I       itte downs and Drawers
mnelette Gowns, In pink, fawn and blue stripe, neat-
ni ��� '.���",.  Dra vi Spe dal value
Langlej Presbj terian
��� hui. ., ; .... plai e al Langley j esterda; ; : rnoon In .��� ,'i'" of ... rain,
���  good   size ,  , idii nc    was  on   hand
;oi' ti. asi        Ri .. ,i. w. Farrar,
"* la iving  of   I a...a ;,.:���      icted      -   mo le at -;.
yesterda i    �� ���- oc-  Tlu.- charge to Lhe minister was given
. the in-" amoum of by Rev. Dr. Fraser, of the First Pre.-
freighl .. ilch vas taken iboard near byterian church, Vancouver, while the
ihi    uo river.    The   .essel   Rev.   Mr.   Reid,  ol   Haney, addressed
w ;-  i   ..���    i :: lingl;    late   In leaving  the people.-
poi   on i'a  | ,a;. rivet trl
The adjourne 1   Buttei Bel i  case, i.i
James  i'a i        pe I   lical yi it >r at   which   the   defendant   i-   accused   oi
r ��� ������     station,   will   paj   iii.   re-1 having lish In  liis  possession oul   ol
spects   to the magistrate   this I season, and dealing in the same, was
morning,      ring been taken in charge j heard   yesterday  before  the  Hon. W.
I  -" evei .   Off! era Maxwell and  Xorman   Bete.    The  fisheries  depart-
Siephens.   Drunk and incapable is tho   ment    was    represented     ...    !���".    W.
charge laid against James. j Hown.'.-,   while   the   defendant's   case
was in tii" hands of W. J. Whites! le
The case was concluded shortly after
Ge irge ':'-���������:. a ho bad his foot so
ba llj cm ihe I al Mission Junction a
shorl time ago, was released from the
Royal Colum ilan hospital ) esterday
��� tl ��� in lure i foot, His br ither
was here from Revelstoke, and they
will take the return journey to that
ila   i to-m irrow together.
\ i a a ilni menl for the  posll I in of
asslsi    '    '.'    'ii"   sui e Intendent   of
.. r ���;      irks  was   ma le  ai   tne committee   of   ti;"   council   on   Monday
th ���  one applicanl   did   not
...  the   necessary   qualifications.
rhe cl I      erk Is now advertising for
ins,   which   wil   be   received
;   x   Mon lay.
4 o'clock, an I the judg i reserved his
A moving picture portrayal of the
famous N'elson-I'.ans fight for the light-
welght championship of the world will
take place next Thursday evening in
the opera house. This is reported to
bi a "wonderful reproduction of every
Incident and blow In the contest."
The views are life-size and clear.
Those  who are interested, therefore,
i will have an opportunity of seeing thc
struggle  in all  its  details  from the
! opening Of the lirsi round until Hans
deall the blow which  placed  him In
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  and
$1.50 the garment.
Penman's  Blue Tail, all sizes, $1.25 the
possession of the bell
Mr,    . :  Mrs   E i. Storm, who have
-... in the i tnplo   of I he St. Mungo
Canning C ���   for  the  pas:   few  yen'.-.
i   :   iave hi en living nl   the cannery.
,M11|   opera    house,   was   selected   as   the
prima  donna  for the annual concert
Miss Jessie Maclachi.in, the famous
Scottish prima donna, who will be
heard  in this city on Now.  15 al the
given by the Gaelic society In London
in May last. This concert had for iis
patrons and patronesses the best of
the British peerage; and an effort is
made each yeai- to make this concerl
_:*_������'v*_i'J;v-^i__ .v '\':_V "���'������', -f   ��
have nn ve I Into t'i" i Itj   to lii -
hav purch i3i i  the Starratl   property
on Ash street.   They have taken pos-
.   an I are having the house re-
thi lr hal Itatlon.
Hei       v ' s it, a  man  63 >-ears of
i  , placed  in  lhe dock  at   the  'he social evenl of the London season.
lollce ' itirl yesterdaj  morning chars-  The concerl  this j-ear was n tremen-
,.,l v, ;��� nk and incap-  dous success, and the press was loud
night     On account^in  its   praises   of  Miss   Maclachlan's
... I with the   rendition of some deillghtful old Gaelic
      songs,    Seats on sale al  M ���--:���-. Bar-
,,,.,, in j art, the old man  day g. Adams'and Ryall'    I       lore
rwed to go with a warn! . .
Tho   i: emal Ion  ol    he   i e naln .  i '
Ru loh Singh, the 1 i who was kill
o Pa Ific Lum "i- ( o.'s i ..
Porl Moo ...   i few   laj ago, tool   | ai e
,.. ���    daj    uuder   the iupervl3lun ol
Dr. Bent ley, of Pot
.atrhoil irge num
ll 'sent
for the  on ���        ���   '  ���
he ton    a       .i
i-cln       if water        ������ "
...        ...            i pn _ent,
.             .      ',.'.. put Into a rough      il box
I to run to wa ,         ���  ,, .���      been  covi      I  with  but-
��� i ���   ���    The  ao\ whs ' hei    i       I  ii|	
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
(Maple "Leaf
Wining in favnr ovcry Jay     Q^ out    t last year was double the
"'��� "lu'-    The most healthful und nutritious of beverages.
-'��� ' -"Sg.3B_g_rM7.Mr- ^7ffiyT-^Hj^^____________________________________i
P Bulls and Chester Hotel For Sale
White Hogs
lF��K   SALE
Under   a    warranl    un ler   chatl ���!
mortgage, I will offer for sale at Holbrook House. Fron. street, as a .~oi-u
f      , concern, on Thursday, the Sth day   if
jli ' "��� Prize-win-1 November, 1906, at 1" o'clock In the
(hone "'' '"' wrlte   forenoon, all of the furniture, carpets,
bed  at-iugs, glassware, crockery, kit-
/{-, chen range and utensils, etc., now sit-
* ���*��� AUSTIN,       ii.iti'l  In the Holbrook  House, Fronl
8APPERTON.      street, New Westminster.
T. .1. ARMSTRONG, She rl
""'.! 17-
Th    ������ - ' ' . . '"' Mr. Oh a nnd
\l, , DeBe , will I -' solemnized al
hlKh n ���'! I ' day. The �� eremonj will
be erformed Rev, J. S i: tnder-
a ,. after which the young i o t le v 111
leave t n the eastboun i C.P.R ' ���<���"
..,.. winnii eg After a short sta; In
tnai , :������. in.. ��� will t rocei I I i the
,.,. :��� ...'.. . ��� ��� will vis;' th ' prin-
i ipal 11 n ;.
-, ������������. i . : ,..: ,: " Ins of the ���-
rectors of Ci i imbl tn college wl
held on Nov. i I, and one of the themes
,(l, | a .-. ,y be tin' proposed college gymnasium, Rev, W. H. Barra-
i ioii_.ii has ;i scheme on hand to make
the gymnasium take the pla a of a
y.M.C.A., and offer the privileges ol
\l���. |nstil ni n to the young m >n of
the city.
\n   inn yatlon   along  the Una   of
Bhlngl ���  milling  will  be tried on tho
gurrev  aid ' the   river   on limits
owned" by Dr. Hall adjacent to the Industrial cannery A movable Bhingle
Hill) is to be put In operation, and in-
Btead of tie bolts being hauled to the
rtii .��������� mill, the mill will he hauled
, ... bolt8, The maohlnery, which is
;, Ued   by  mo  Schaake   Mv
land ivhich was sllghtd; ra ed
from the ground, and the drj wo id
was pll al all iver in I around it. The
idle \\ us evenl tall ��� Ignl "'1 and ih ���
. iin w er e com] letelj consumed.
A similar cremation took ; lace neai'
3e Uili   a few dajs ago.
Jessie Maclachlan
assisted  by
JOHN   McLINDEN, Violoncellist
Under the ansploes ol the Sons
of   SCOtl,Hill.
Nov. 15th at 8:30 o'clock
Rese 've I seats, '"" ceni ���; resl ol the
bouse, 50 i ml
��� ��� ,:       , :; : ���  Store.
WeAre Clearing Out
China Tea Cups and Saucers
at 52.25 per dozen,
The Regular Price is $3.00
per dozen.
It utilizes all the heating power of the hard coal, soft coal, wood or
coke, Ordinary steel and cast iron ranges are fuel wasters. They may
work  well   until   the  bolts  become  loese where steel is bolted to cast iron.
The Monarcn range la different. It is constructed with malleable iron
fiames. to which the steel is rivetted. not bolted. It is only in this way
that absolutely air-tight joints can be made. There is no stove outty in
Monarch  air-tight  seams ���no  danger of leaks.
Advertise  in the   News
ters and solicitors, Blackie Bik.
Columl ia   street.
VS. J. Whiteside,
New   Westminster.
H. L. Edmonds.
JR. J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solicitor of the supreme court. Offices
Canadian Bank of Commerce building, Columbia street, opposite post-
office, New Westminster. Money to
"Tut. tut!     Quite a toothsome morsel.     "Oo-er!     How awfully indigestible!'
barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices: Xew Westminster, Trapp Bik.,
corner Clarkson and Lorne streets.
Vancouver, rooms 21 to 24, 445 Granville street. Joseph Martin. K. C, ..
W. Weait, VS. C. McQuarrie, H. A.
Bourne. Mr. Martin wijl be in the
Westminster offices every Friday a!
HOWAY, REID & BOWES. Barristers, solicitors, etc.. IS Lome
stn et, opposite C in H ise, New
Wi -���: nsti;.    A. Whealli   .  i'  '��� Bi x
_���_    ��� >>>_������_.    * ���**.        .   -__a
If you wear "Maple Leaf" Rubber products you can depend
on having the best made, in appearance, style, lit and wearing
Made on new-fashioned and popular lasts only, they are
excellent titters; are strengthened and re-inforced at every point
ot* extra strain or wear ; and have a natty appearance that is
exclusively their own.
The '-Maple Leaf" Rubber Co.,have gone to
enormous expense to give an article :i 'ittle better
than you have been getting, without adding to the
selling pr'u e.
���f ��our Stio.m.n iotsa't itll " ��_.:-��� t'-f " R��b_.rs Ict li know.
.  -.*-;
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i ���
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1 ,
GEORGE E. MARTiN. barrister and
Solicitor, Guichon I i'i.. Colum-
I ia ami McKenzle streets. New Westminster, B. C.
,',. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicit
id Not; ry P t II      '��� '   '-:: '
1 -������'. at New Westminster, B.C. Offl .. remove I i Curtis Bli ��������� Clark-
sou street, oppi site Couri Hou ��� -
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone C4.
Sellinc Agents for ThE Wesi
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal lands may be purchased at $io per acre for soft coal
and   $20   for  anthracite.     Not   more
than -.20 acres can be acquired bv one   P��l   f". wthlch  n0  r.0-\aU>'    sha**   .bf
charged tne  rest oi  the party orotn-
arv claims onlv.
The person or company staking _
claim must held a free miner's cer-
The discoverer of a new mine is
entitled to a claim of iooo feet in
length. a;,nd ii the party consists of
two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-
BOARD OF TRADE.���New   Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room. City Hall, as follows: 1
Second  Wednesday of each month. \
Quarterly  meetings on the second
Wednesday     of     February.     May, |
August  and November, at  S  p. m.
Annual meetings    on    the    Becond
Wednesday    of     February.      New
members    may   be   proposed   and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
Sole Agents for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The  Leading
Shoe Sta
individual or company. Royalty at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
I inds shall be collected on the gross
. input.
QUARTZ���Persons     of
Entry fee $10.     Royalty at the rate
of two and one-half   per cent, on the
value   of  the   gold   shipped   from   the
eighteen  ject t0 the rights of all persons who
years and over and joint stock com-1 navej or who may receive entries for
panic* holding free miners' certificates bar diggings or bench claims, except
may obtain entry ior a mining loca- , on the Saskatchewan. River, where
ti��n- the  lessee  can  dredge  to high-water
A iree miners ceruncate is granted mark cn each alternative leasehold.
for one or more years, not exceeding The lessee shall have a dredge in
five, upon payment in advance of $7.50 operation within one season from the
per annum for an individual, and from date of the lease for each five miles
$50 to $100 per annum for a company, but where a person or company has
according to capital. obtained   more   than   one   lease   one
A free miner, navmg discovered '; dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-
mineral in place, mav locate �� claim i tion thereof is sufficient. Rental, $10
1500x1500 feet by marking out the . Per annum for each mile of river
same   with   two  legal   posts,  bearing leased,     Royalty  at  the  rate  of two
UNION  LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
���The regular meeting of this
ls held on the First Wednesday in
each month, at S o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
F. & A. M.���Regular communications of this lodge are held on the
second Tuesday in eac'i month in
Masonic Tempie, at 8 p. m. V,siting brethren are -ordially invited
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist, Sec.
$5.00 EACH.
Canadian Pacific
location notices, one at each  end of
the line of the lode, cr vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
oi a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $5.
and a half per cent, collected on  the
output after it exceeds Sm.ooo.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory-
Six leases of five miles each mav be
granted to a free miner for ti term of
20 years; also renewable.
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged  bar  or  bars   in   the   river
below    low    water    mark, that boun-
At least 1.100 must be expended on I dary to be fixed by its position r.n the
the   claim   each   year   or   paid   to  the   :-: day of August in thr  y-r of the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When    late  of the lease.
$500 has  been  expended  or  paid, the       jre   lessee   shall   have   one   dredge
-cator   may,   upon   having   a   survey   jn   operation  within   two   vears   from
made and upon complying with other   the date of the lease, and one dredge
requirements,   purchase   the   land   at j ��0r  each  five miles  within  six  years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon Territory to be paid to the
ci imptroller.
No free miner shall receive a grant
' f rrr rt than one mining claim on
each   separate  river,   creek  or  gulch,
$1 00 an acre
Permission  may be granted by the
Minister   of   the   Interior   to   locate
claims containing iron and mica,  .'-
.-  ; pi r, :n the Yukon Territory, of an
area not exceeding 160 acres
but   the   same   miner   may   hold   any
number   of   claims   by   purchase,   and
free   miners   may   work   their   claims
in   partnership   by   filing   notice   and
paj ng fee of $2.     A claim may be
PI ACER MINING���Manitoba and   _b nd  '."I   and   another  obtained   on
Ihe   .'���.'.  W.  T., excepting  the  Yukon   '!:������   same   i..eek,   gulch   or  river,   by
Territory:  Placer mining claims gen-  giving notice and paying a fee.
The patent for a mining local: n
shall provide fi r the payment of a
Royalty of 2'"2 per cent, of the sales
- :" the  pr   lu :-  of  the   location.
R. B. K. of 1., mte's second and
fourth Friday of each mouth, at 8
p, m., in Orange hall, corner of
Royal avenue and John street. Sojourning Sir Knights cordially in-
vited to attend. W. E. Dunlop, W
P.;    E.  E.  Matthias, Reg.
���Meets in Orange ha'll first and
third Friday in each month at S p.
m. Visiting brethren aie cordially
Invited to attend. E. E. Matthias,
VS. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-Sec.
0. 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, No. 27���
The regular nifetinps of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening,
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cor-
lially Invlti It atten A. P. Hi i
.... N.G.; VS. C. Coatham, Rec. Sec.
A. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. .
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge r n, A. 0. U, W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street, C.
3. Corrlgan, recorder; Louis Witt,
master wot   man.
The only railway running through
sleepers and tourist car- Besl equipment
'i'ialn 'or Seattle leavi - at B IO a.m.
Eastern Express at 15.40
For rates, 1 esei .aii ns ..n.l other
particulai - apply 10
C. P. R. Agent,
New w 1 stminster
E.   J.   COYLE.
Assistant   General    Passenger    Agent.
| B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
I ...  ...wm
I Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds of
{ Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doonj
��� Interior Finish,     lurned Work,   Etc.
5 Fish and Fruit Boxes.
j                 Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
I  Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drainii
Royal City Branch, Columbia Sti
Telephonel 2,
New Westmir
erally are 100 feet squ re, entry fee
J:. ri . ��� ���'. abh ye irly, I )n th'- N rl h
itchewan River claims are either
bar or bench, the I rmer being 100
f' ��� I 1 ��� _ and extending between high
and low water mark. The latter iriles bar '1 ggings, but extends back
V.'. -i    t   ' ���   l ���     '- io-   ' n   a   rlniiii
year to the va! ie "i at least $200.
A   ..-;:'     te   ���'    ���    ..   rk   has   been
' li ned,  anad ��� pen  to occupation
and entry by a free miner.
Berths on their sleepers are longer,
to the base of the hill or bank, not highi r ..nd wider than in similar cars
exceeding   iooo   feet.     *\\'here   steam on   any   other   line.     They   protect
power   1-   used   claims   200   feet   wide their trains by the Black System,
may be obtained. The boundaries  of a clairn may bc
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba defined absolutely by having a survey
and the N. W. T., excepting the Yu- marie and publishing notices in the
kon Territory���A free miner may ob- Yukon Official Gazette,
tain only two leases of tive miles each n , .,, , .-.
for a term of twenty vears, renew- Petroleum-All unappropiated Doable in the discretion of the Minister m,n'r'n. L^ds.in M*nit.***��' *hue North-
of the Interior west Territories and within the Yukon
' Territory, are open to prospecting for
The lessees right is confined to the petroleum, and the minister may re-
1 beds  or bars of the river 5erve   for   nn   jndjvidual   or  company
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. E. S.���
i;<-il Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month,
in K. of p. Hall. Columbia St.. at
H p, in.. Wblte Ito..' Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time oid place. Visiting Brethn 1.
cordially invited. k. b. Stinct.
coinb., Pres., II, Disney, Sec ret ury.
���Moots tli�� Fourth Friday in tlie
month at s o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. .1. P.. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, it. s.
below any low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty same as
placer mining.
Placer   mining  in   the   Vukon  Territory���Creek,   gulch,   river   and   hill
having machinery on the land to be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tor
such period as he may decide, the
length of which shall not exceed three
times the breadth. Should the prospector   discover  oil   in   [laying   quan-
claims   shall  not   exceed   250   feet   in tities and satisfactorily establish such
length, measured on the  base line V discovery, an area  not  exceeding 640
general   direction   of   the     creek     01 acres,  inckuriing  the  oil  well,  will  be
gulch,  the  width  being from  iooo fo sold to the prospector at the  rate of
2000   fect.      All   other   placer   claims Ji  an acre, and the remainder of the
'-hall be 250 feet square. tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
Claims   are   marked   bv   two   legal will be sold at thc rate of $3 an acre,
posts,   one   at   each   end, "bearing  no- subject to royalty at such rate as may
tices.    Entry must be obtained within be specified hy Order in Council.
ten  days  if the  claim   is  within  ten W. W, CORY,
miles of the mining recorder's office. Deputy of the  Minister of the  In
One extra day allowed for each addi- terior.
tional ten mile, or fraction. Dept, Interior.        \   1 ,stm
a. 0. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at . p. m. in Ihe Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Hrethren are corilialy invited to attend. IC. C. Firth, C.Jt.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
at s o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially invited to attend, Geo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brown,
CAMP, 191.���Meels on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month *n
K. of p. Hall. .John McNlven,
Chief; J. J, Forrester, Rec. Sec.
Grand Trunk Ry.
   r ."-��� -~-
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
A;..! all the principal business centers of
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.   W.  VA./X.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, III.
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 Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
1 connecting at Spokane with the Gnat
Northern, Northern Pac'l.c and 0. R.
& N, Co.
I Connects at Rossland with the Can-
, adian Pacific Railway for Boundary
I Creek points.
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
! stage  t'aily for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
, Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
Leave Day Train Arrive
920 am    Spokane   ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 P.m Rossland   ....4.10 p.m.
'  9.40 a.m Nelson   6.45 p.m.
Bank of Montreal
Ii   ���   por ted   by   act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL paid up)   ^
Rt.  Hon. Lord  Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,   G.   C. ��
G  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   0,   A.   Driimmond    PreslJen'.
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   General   Managfi
General tian'.ing business transacted.
Branches in all the principal citlos in Canada. In Loudon, I"*J
York, Chicago, aud St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in all i": |
Shingle and Sam
Mill  Machinery)
New Westminster. B. C.
Carruthers Manufacturing ComJ|
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar
The Carruthers Manufacturing
VANCOU ,        C. ����� SDAY. NOV. 7, 1906.
Ly.:;...*..*-��� -���������  ������������������������.���.. ��:.:<.>:.>:.:c.>>>>^^^^^^
The Greatest
Sale Ever
Mr. Henry Harvey having sold his business on Front
Street, opposite the old ferry landing, The Whole of
His Stock will be offered for sale at prices Unheard Of Before ::������������
'verything  Must  Be   Cleared   Out
No  better -selected
ferecl.������ ���
cleaner stock was ever of-
Everything in apple pie order
Groceries, Clothing, Hardware, etc.
���on't Miss the chance of your lives
h Fraser River Salvage Co.
Sale  Commences
RIDAY Next, 8 o'clock, a.m.
;*:��'��">'S'0''��'>i'*i'��:'*:*" j��v?*>: "���*_ :��c * ** :���<*_ :������? _*-*^*Cj��;r*;:r-��: :���; :���������::���������: :���*-: :^: ������>* *^*9��tj*'~'��ci-*-- *!���������- *;���- ".-������2.��_
adian Bank of  Commerce
i. .ni: Lining   61 '
|up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund
General  Manager.
al er
of    commem ement,
_  ,i, .-. _, more or less,
ce ;��� be   ���'.   'iven tba   30 d ya      :     ited Aug tsl 27, 'J8 ><*
(ll;,.   |   tntend   to applj   to  the      .". Commencing   at  a  post   marked
i tlssioner   ot   Lands    md I W   M.'s N.E.I  irne      ilanted  on  I  e
to cut an i c i tj   soo l_ bank o�� tb - Kllttal i arm, abi ut
ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. 6*0.1 Manager.
TR _iNSAt   ' ED.
orded   Farmers  for   their  banking   bueJlueeB.     Sales   Notes
1 d or taken  for collection.
[AIL   Deposits   ma;  be made or withdraw* oby mall,
receive every attention,
IXKIXi!   |
ie Royal Bank of Canada
FS ;,!...,'
��� seen .'..
to depositor
I a ������"��� regret it.    People do hat
'���       _h ... |,.. lt
STAItT NOW* to save your mom .-
and bate
ier things every day
opens an account,
It wmi.i prob-
Put It In your pocket,
week witb us will iti
' '    '      ������ ONE DOLLAR deposited every
f t to $604 50.   THINK   THIS  OVER.
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
ir a llcei
Limit       roui the   i ill "vi"-'   I "
I lai
:. i  i a " i ii og   a    a pa     murked
3.E. Cm tier,    .ante I i
tie K : - ila rive    uboul
.      .  fri n  tl -   moutl      m
i :, j .,    . ai.,_ -    10 i j-iin ��� not ft, 160
. i ...    ���. ist,   10   - bains   i-"' tii,   16 '
. .,.,���;,.     ,.,.;    ia     ; ,..'..���      i.    i   ;- Iffl   U
ment,     iu alnlng 6: I ai res, mot i
1. i  ite I August 27, 1906.
2. Commencing at a po I mai'.- 11
v.. '-..'., s.w. Corner, planted nu the
n :��� . :. ink of th�� Kildala riv ir, ibout
,,..., miles up tt-om the mouth, running
i toll iws: 40 chains aortfc 120 chains
, ..-. 80 chairs south, 10 chains �� ist,
HI  rii lins   t:  ,-tll.   N't   W6St tn   poinl   ot
,Bin en ement, containing 640 acres,
���. ire or less.
Locate 1 august 27, 1906.
,. ,  imcaencing  at a  post   ni irke i
VV, M.'s  N E  Cornw, planted on the
no'ptn bank of the Kildala river, aboul
j ... anr3  ;,  hair miles up .the river
Er ,-ti tie mouth, running as IoIIowb:
Hi chains south, 160 chains, west, i i
ihainsnorth, 160 chains east to point
,;    commencement
.;:-..;, more or less.
Located August 26, 1906.
I. commencing at  a  post
W   M'i N VS- Corner, plante
th   .,;;', of tho Kildala river, about
,.,. ind a half miles up the river from
.,���  m0uth, running as  follows:
ins   east,   10 chains   south.
we.it, 10 chains north to point
... mile trom the m mth of the ri. it,
���,- ag as follows.;   tii chains s it th,
��� i chains west, SO   h ilns north to tb ���
���. ,. . ';;���, then     fo   n " .  ih ire Ine
i  . dni of conn *m   raent, contal ling
6i i ,,i ;���"-. mot > or la
L i   ite I   . tgt a. 2.7, 1906.
���;. Commem ag at a posi ti ai ked
\\ M.'s S W, Corn) plante l on the
ras: bank o'i the nal i river about
ten i iiaii'- '<, -;"r . from the mouth,
running as follows: 40 chains east.
4ii chain- north 10 chains oast, 80
chains north to the river, I twice E.
lowing rluer to iioint
ment, coat-alBilnj
Located August
Clo.erdale   Construction   Gang    Walk
Off.   as  Pay   for   Isle  Time
W..s  Refused.
Department   Militia  ard   Defence.
Clover  Point   Rifle  Range.
Victoria, B.C.
SEALED TENDERS, n irked on en
velope "Tenders foi Con ict lon of
Stop Butt, Rifle !. mg i, Victoria, B.C.,"
an l i i Iresse I to the Secretar; o! the j
Militia Council, Headquarters, Ottawa, are not to be found anywhere in iho
will be received until noon, the 10th vlclnltj of that thriving little tov.ii
of November next, tor the construe- to-day. They are all on strike. A
tion of a stop-1 " for the rifle range, few hours after reaching their oamp,
Victoria, B.C. i four inilos [rom Cloverdale, they were
Plans and specifications may be I informed thai their time would not be
spon and full Information obtained at | counted until thej actually started
the offices of th ��� Distrlcl Officer Com-   work, and as the work could nol start
i ..... .���.        ..     w  ���: kn.en   H i,
through this citj last Saturdaj .>u
their, way to Cloverdale, where thej
were to engage In railway construction work tor the V . V. ,�� K. railway,
mandlng, Milltarj  Distrlcl No  11, Victoria,  and   the   Director of  Engineer
Sei vii .���-. Hea Iqu irters, Ottawa.  Ton
lers musi  be maib" on the form supplied by the Department, and accompanied  bj   a   cheque  on   a  Canadian
chartered bank for 10 per cent, of thr
amounl of the tender, payable to the
if the H 'ii ira   e the  Minister
of Milltl i an I Defence.
The I'"   irtm 'nl   I es n il bin 1 Itself
an    '. i. I
Acting Deputy Minister
Militia an I Defence.
i lepa   nn i I   if Militia and Defence,
Ottawa, 10th October, 1906
Take n n ii e i hai application lias
been made t i register John Kennedj
as the nw ner In fee simple, under a
tax sale deed ft om Sidney A. Fletcher
in John Kennedy, bearing date the
illsl laj rn' December, A.D L901, of
all and singular thai certain parcel or
tract nt land and premises situate,
1; ins and being In the District of New
Westminster, In the Province of British Columbia, more particularly
known anil described as Lots 1. -. ���'���,
I and 6, Bloi . l . p-irt o�� Lol Hi',
Group I. Lois ;; ��� and - . Block 5, subdivision of Lo l'uj. Group I. iiini
northerly tour-fifths of Lot ., Block **>,
subdivision of Sec: ion 13, Township
I. Range 29th, West of the 6th Meridian.
Vmi and each of you are required 1
Lo contest tiie claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the fir.t publication of this.
notice, and In default of a caveat, or
certificate of Us pendens being Bled
within ..nch period, or In default of
redemption before registration, I shall
register .lohn Kennedy as owner
thereof in fee, And I direel that publication of this notice for one month
in a daily newspaper published in
N>w Westminster shall be good and
sufficient, service.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of liritish
Columbia, this  13th  day of October,
A.D.  I!	
Di .trict Reglsl rat-.
To Mrs, Elizabeth Kathleen Black,
William Knighl an 1 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
persons claiming any interest ln the
said land bj descent, whose title Is
not registered under the provisions of
tbe 'L ind Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred trom setting up anj claim to or in respect of
the said lan I so .: : ' . : ixes as pro-
vided by thi  "Lan I Registry Acl "
Westminster Iron Works
lor another fortnight, owing to tbe
absence of material, there was considerable grumbling among the men,
which soon culminated in an open rebellion. By Sundaj noon only three
men wore lefl in the oamp, those being in charge of the horses, an I -��� I
tin,, full time pay.
The strikers spenl Sunda.'. in Cloverdale, expecting thai the bosses
would come to time, bul as this did
nol happen, they hli tlie trail on Monday morning and scattered to And
work elsewhere. The majoritj of
theni wont over to Vancouver and reported their grievance to the li. C.
Contracting Co., through which me
diiiin they had been engaged for the
work. Tlie K'oiiii'iicims are making
everj efforl to tin l men to take the
strikers' places, sii thai the wort; will
not be unduly delaved.
Religious  Census.
The Daily News Is requested to announce thai the religious (or denominational) census of the city, arranged
for bj the Ministerial association, is
to be taken to-morrow, Thursday.
The citj has been divided into eighteen districts, anil the ladies who hav,.
undertaken to cany oul the census
will endeavor to visit all the residences, each in the distrlcl tor which
she lias been appointed. They will
probably begin work at an early hour
in the forenoon, so as to complete the
census It possible in one day.
We are requested to expre..,-; the
hope lhal all wlll lend the ladies who
have undertaken this task every assistance in their power. The object
of the census is, of course, simply to
enable the various churches to know
who their people aro and where tbey
live. Ministers and church officers
are always anxious lo keep'in touch
with the people who belong to their
churches, to welcome new comers, and
to do what ihey can to assist in any
way those whom it is their duty to
look after; and the object of the census is to supply theni with sucb information as will enable theni to
carry out that duty.
Hotel Transfer at Cloverdale.
Negotiations for the transfer of the
Queens hotel al Clover lali are at
presenl In progress between the presenl owner. Mr. Williams, and E. W,
Hogarth, who recently took up his residence in thai thriving little town,
and who has boon so impressed with
its future possibilities thai be bus decided to make it his permanent bome.
The Queen's has been close | for sum ���
time, owing to Mr. Williams having
boon called away from the district.
bul Mr Hogarth believes thai with
careful attention, a thriving trade can
be built up there, In the event of the
hotel passing Into Mr, Hogarth's
hands, it will be conducted strictly
on temperance principles, and no license wm be applied for. The nag i
tiations will be closed this wee],
ship smithinu, bKtuuBi and
Pences, Gates,
iron   worn,   including
Flre Lscapea, etc.
order;, and correspondence in
of comments
tito  acre., more or
(.Locator)   WILLIAM   MOODY,
per Frank Vindall, Agent.
Oct   l. 1906.
Now Westminster. f. O.
containing   tit1'!
mat ked
I on the
hal is
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
ntissage delivered    promptly  to  iny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
,'F'.:o Tbone llif).      I'.rT   rnoii'. 137
Purchase Notice
Notice is hereby given that 60 days
after date l Intend applying to the
chief Commissioner of Lands an I
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated at
the mouth of the Kildala river, Coast
district; Commencing at a post mark-
i d w. M.'s N E Cornel' planted on
the south bank of the Kildala river
at tho mouth, running as follows: 40
chains south, 40 chains west, 40
chains north to t.he shore line, thence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 16 acres more
or less.
Aug. 27, 1906.
Locator, W  MOODY,
Oct. 24,  1906, ,
Medical Council Exams.
of  iwonij four   candidates   tor  license  to  practice   medicine   iu   tbe
j province, at the medical council examinations, jusl concluded In Victoria,
fifteen passed. The names of the successful mil's are: Dis. Maclean, McGill; Mackenzie, Toronto; ,i. w. Ma .
kiut.osh, Toronto; T. B, Croon. McGill;
I D,   l".   Hannington,   MoOlll;    M.   w.
| Kemp.  Toronto;   K    Sieisky,    Mo.'ill;
; VV. A. MoConkey, Manitoba; J. L, Robinson, Met Jill: J, ll. McDermot, McGill; .1. C. Mercer. Mctiill; E. H, Mc-
Ewen, McGill; Lachlan McMillan, Illinois; X. M. Macneill. Illinois: A O.
Levy, London, Eng, The council rot-
fused to restore the license of Dr, IL
Telford, of Vancouver.
To Investigate.
ll Is said In Victoria that, Capt. Gandhi, agent of the marine and fisheries
department, has been Instructed by
the Hon. L, P, Brodeur to conduct an
Investigation Into the circumstanci I
of tho stranding of the Princess Victoria on Lewis rock, off Oak Bay, a
few weeks ago.
Four tons of bones from the city
slaughter bouses were shipped to-day
from the G.N.R. freight shed to Seattle, where they will be converted into
bone fertilizer.
I 8
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
- -
Price $4 Per Ton Delivered
M --
inn :.- ��� _
--. -:.-
Mr. Laffert _
-    .
-   .
.   .   .
-        - ���  .
Telephone     1 SO.
....CALL ON....
Prescriptions a Specialty.
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 tc. Kindly write or
call at
Sign   Man  en  Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Fraterna     .  s "..
���������'*"       ige, S-..   a --...:.
.   -.'. -     . =: ��������� >-:..:.-   b   ring caar-
���  -. for this pa
...     time      ���;. -
. ���. songs   and   good ba
- ���    ��� -    making   the   time
-- - ..    -. .-'     The      . I  the vi -.*
. _fe. .:. the    . ming of - new
net    -.'.).. ie an I
.   streets.
- -        .���-.: ��� esented
.   thf  :..- cabers of I be '��� isiting coun-
thf     '    '-:.:.--  being ( irried on
tbe direction of J. J, Johnston.
v. -.       cupied  the chaii     Among the
��� -      ���     ered   were  the   foi < ���'��� lng
besl -   l ���--    Ul   John-
Miss Burr, Ashe roft;   .
��� ' '.     IeB    Owen      ���:   i.r.   W��-
Ieet - '���'- ' imeron; ���- mg Miss
Munn -��� - ��� ��� ���- beetra. After H '���
cone the ; rogrammi   I
en    - Dtertained   to a  he    I
e ��� ���      *.'���:.-   iver  brel
Ich tbi -       . --.---    A nura-
of speeches   were  also  ma Le
���    -        . -.    the! ��� entertain-
r" -    tne   -  -   -      i    ing   tor   m me
;     ������     after 11  -'- lock.
Office Supplies,
School Supplies,
Fine Stationary,
Toys, Dolls,
China and
217-219 Columbia Street.
Ea_   '.1_.,   Confesses.
San Francisi      Nov. <      Lou     Dab-
ni    thi        ���   .-. fi    ed to Ch
'   ���' -  - ' I an    .: ihn
Zimst:-.    ���>. bo   ������������   -   arre   ������ .   .     .    . .
���-. ��� '   on   '������ ���'.'���  ���������    B< -.
last Saturd       had ( ommitte ;   i .. im-
le ci imi s that recent     ;   re
��� I th��  city.    He  -'v-:  that he
an    7. ���:.-��� u   killed  Wm.   Fltznei   and
F ii I,    noerchants,   robbed   the
01   '      ani    : :. ;   :..   '���;������. e :   Ca ���:.:<���
:     lunati ���. ��� robbed  Or. T.
���*'   '���'���'   Lei in ;. tho igh  I it  this  -   me
; '������'"���'    '    ���*��� I   nt v.   . ; ring Impriso i-
��� *"    Da  ���.'������ ma le a free Btatement
*��� gat ling all  these i nd othei  crime
whi<    be and Zlrn   m had   een b if
��� '��� :     -.:."    theii   arrest     D
ed that tin  . mo ml tai en fron
���   ���   '   :.���   ������-��� ���������������  $4,200.
��� :..--' "
.'-.    V iei       ��� -'   ���
Win "���
i the i ��� - ���
in connection
..-:..    f .'���:..-..-
lo a fei   lays for S. ittle       .- i.-
        .ition as n ill-
tbe     Vashington Iron
ing  i     .-. .-     -   Pon   Hane;    for   tbe
pasi -;. --���  months, left vest. :
.'���.;. :.:;.v
Mr     nd Mrs. Coomlx       nd t
ire guests at thi   Bi
.   b   ise,  and   ���������..    i- ive  in      few
lays fi    the Delta disi     I   ���-��� hi re Mr.
1 loom ��� irehas.
T. Mi  ��� ���     of tils city, was a i _.-���
---.-������    -    K a.���:.   (   -    esterday.
A. Ri we   . :  Pi      Ti ��� ���:. en :.
een the - I   . tsin   M: --���
���  this     ���     ���      the
���t month    -   . ;.- ���   . mi   yesti
.'.   B   M   i.i...   :.   Of Al :��� :..  Man., ar-
...       .   he  citj   ,-< and   	
...      ���
ands Porl    M
i were left to him on the
er somi ago.    Mr.
McM      n ...        t I    Pi      M
Ini    tbe   - :. liti  n   i f
::   i   -.
'   '    ...-.    f the Schaaki Mi   him
the in .entor c I the ' ivie gasoline engini     . -   .-;'.'.::.- I fl   .    la
In N                       bi
H,    ...       bookkeepei ".'    ii
Fales, i - thn ��� tened with . n atl  -
-    .a .    ������ .ei. an I is d nfini 1 1
;.    .-    .-.  Fi    nl   a ���'-:. te.
Business D:rectorv
Cheap Dwellings
On Saturday we advertised - Bargains in Dwelling Houses. Since then
we havi- disposed of 3 of them; we still
have ���" left which we will sell on easy
term .
5-roomed dwelling In Sapperton (lot
In fruit)     $650
6-roomi I dwelling (.:i Eleventh street
(loi fn  fruit)    $900
6-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue icor-
ner  lotj    $950
7-roomed dwelling, Fifth avenue (corner lot)     $1,200
5-roomed dwelling, Agnes St....$1,050
If you have one for sale, list it with
us. No commission charged unless we
make the .sale.
White fif Shiles
Cc'cci Lesson,
"Wbj d '    -.'��� ..;.-.   .    , ; ���;,::;
witt.   her chit    beld  so big     . od   so
firm ���
"Shi   Is going I .  the bw ...
ming boh   for bi    lit u."
"ls he ;.-"������
"No bul be '.:..; ... es ���: ��� !. -
mother .- "
"I'"- she yi .. :   .;,-., see ble ';'
"Yes, verj  ������.. ���:.  .-....��� ��� . "
"Whal   ������ do  ���'��� bi ..  _he  finds
him V"
"There will be a Bt e . ppi r play
when that bappi ;.-."
"And '��������� :. hi r little m be sorry an I
promise nev< r to run a way ugi
"He will not be sorry, and be ��il
promise blmsi:: that the next time bi
runs away he will become a pirate and
live to Btrlke terror to all mothers'
"Ah, I see; this Is tbe first act in the
drama 'How Pirates Are Made,' I suppose.-'
"Yes, In the Imaginations of little
Real   Estate
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
F.J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
busily Managed,
"I am afraid, my love, that I cannot
let you have so mur-li money for your
wardrobe uh you had last year. We
musi live more economically."
"Oh. Unit's all right, dear; I just had
S letter fr nn Ketchum'S saying that 1
may buy whatever I want there without paying a cent."
Life I
F. J. Hart y Co.. Ltd..
701 Columbia St.
New   Westminster.   B. C.
Bl Vancouver,
Food   -    pper ��
: _ci30D  to a r. v
,"   :   -       :
I - -.  and   lessees
i . ��� -    the
bc asekeej   r'st - -.
a^c   s t r v - . ���
i "   1-        '
:���i what might    .
iiii     renotfert
It chops i k       ���
t'i ..--_.
-    etc    It
tear or gri: :
*:������-.- ~ :
': ~-: .   .-'..    E
���   . .-. .'-_
rt r- I   n ��� I
-���- iJ: .
;d stories.
ai :
Bias Filled
S'-a.:- Pettus  a--   H s  Ven-
:-iz   .   F    '���- -
Z he   .. -* "     -   -"e
of * -    ~ :   ���.- of
\ - -    ��� -  '      '
a       .;       ... :.   -   . " .   ai
rap - hi�� fi       ���   -   * .      tain
'':.-���.    .y .....  '     - ��� - -    ���
tor is to this reflection
by ai :: ...    t the re
cent . ��� -   "���        e thi
ins of t)        rnerstone of the new
c<--:. tte ofl tilding
A   venera .-     . :   fellow,   :��� . h
bent   ..:. ;   broki:..   appn a be I  the
"WHT, i.".i'i Ti..r km.w mi, iirrrrs?"
Ait.' .-...;. ...   ���    ..  by the
... . .. ..-'���   ���     ab     .:.   tiring as to
his hi tlth.
"I am .:. i x ell. nl health," briskly r< -:���'.:. ��� ���. Mr. Pet! is, m : rei ig->
nizing the old gi ntlei tan.
uVi:. .      n'i you k)   w me, Pettus?" i   - .���   .;   sur] :.-������ I tone :���  i
the ' -    i   i      gave such t [ear evi-
den " oi the flight of yi.:-.    ''We
were i lassmati - "
Whereu] m Mr. 1'ittu- remembered, and *:.���; had a friendly chat.
Whi:. the i Id t hap d< parted Mr.
Pett'ir turned to a colleague, ob-
ser-. ing:
"1 knew thai _ \ ... was . .-;
my age. but, God 1 . ��� ��� me, I d ln'1
dream that I was his!"���Ameri an
Sj* tai ...
Poor Children cf  the   R eh.
Si -'��� net < : ��� .';.:.
a . :.:���    ... erver ..; . n  ���:.-.. as-
Berted   *. ���       nd   ovei   again
some ni thrown upon
thi  - .-��� thai        Ith ..;. '
ha .           nt,
I   - toid         .        e who
were .  .                  tor theii
magi      ��� new m
ot:.- . decided
upon fnl rug, for           |  ���������
. ' ���
; :-'.:
Ti ��� ::..' I 1 ,.,..',
"and the       Idren must never, no,
nevi  . dan  ������   r in or ;���       ipon it."
The man nodded a limpid approval
In anothi r portion of the _tor��
a man  and   . .:'������  ���:. ere  loi    ng at
carpet-, and they finally purchasi
a twenty dollar r ig for the pari i
of their home.    As  they left the
man exclaimed enthusiastically:
^ "Now won't our Lov- have a jol]
time in their nev.- parlor?"
"Won't they, though?" responded
the woman as the ti ars of joy struggled to : nd lodgment in her
beaming eyes.���Philadelphia North
Treatment For a Cold,
When Buffering from a cold avoi'!
eating much solid food. Take soft
foods, i .nil as bread and milk, fari-
J"'1'"" ������ pu Id ng_ and soups; also
warm drinks to produce perspiration, such as gruel, tea and coco...
Coffee Bhould be avoided for a few '
In  Styles Suitable  for
Any   Figure.
Girdles, Military Fronts, Long I [j -
Nursing,  Full Figure  for -. it  vv
Waists. Bias Filled for slender
Ladies' and Children's Hvgeian  ��� "
Bands, etc.,
any ranges   i
Ask to see any of these lines, and remember,   Cro-rvt-. - i  ���'. .    .        .,
non-rustable lining - surely an adicntage.
>>>>>>i>>>>>>>>>>>Z*>IO>>>.>>.'��*��>>>"OZ��>> .'��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� .-���-���.-,���,���
K::ry article   r pi<  e of furniture in our est
actual cost with, it reservi      First     me, I
nee<l the easl i want
of a I :'���-." -���
i..d::- I*.
p. .: f:
rs.    Hear fcxtec
������������z*>zf����>��z����> >������;���>����'�� ��������*���!
Vancouver Investorl
Still  Fa'.or Property on Columbia Street,
New   Westminster.
:. - ; the Bali    ' I      e besl
:' .       - -   :  : :��������� i l< ���     with Ct    eel       :.-������<;.
...      .- .       oi bet ������'. Ise, and pan
di ���     ��� a . ���    ents. !> "��� :. get full   ���   ���
Malins, Coulthard & Co
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents.   I
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B|
Electric Railway Service
Intfr-urban   Line.
Cars    for Vancouver and    -. .
statlorOs  will  run  every  ba '.���
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 n
m. excepting at 7:30 an: -
a. m.    Half hu i: ly   _  i -   v, .
rin  from   Central    Pa; .    ti
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line��� Service i
6.15 a tn. to 11   p ::,
20 Minute Service���.No transfer,
Between l_ and 'i. and a anil 7.
30 Minute 8ervlce ''
mainder of day. I u.-
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Serve;   '.-
tween S a.i
Sapptrtcn Lins.
15   Minute   Service  fl
to   ' '    '  - .     - *
12  an ;   -    iI '
whli b bom _ thi
" V.i
unday  Service   bait-no       - J
. *���     ��
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M
Horse Clipping Machine
T\7E have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our^Oth'century is cheap and good. Oui
clippers work easier, clip faster and take a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any othei- on the market. We have the
great labor saver.     Call and   see   them at
T. J.  TRAPP & C<\


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