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work   lui ���   night,   before  the   Venn..  !:,''n"
Men's cluli of Dr. ParUhiiisrs C'linieh.       Mis,   Mayiiii, k    declare^
"I cliiim for all men." she said, "hu-! must   have more  sunshine
man rights,  the right  tb  .nushine. toi soiled that at Sing Sin., al  high
ordinary   decencies,     to     labor      At   one   could   write one's name   on  the
Slnig SIn.u. Strong men are shin  up iu
Lecture  on  Shakespeare.
Mr. Griffiths delivered a very Inter
[dating lecture on  Shakespeare before
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al  Ciiliiinl'iaii   College,  On   Wedn.
The Daily News regrets that ir is unable to put Into prinl a full report, Mr.
Griffith   was  aecorded a   heaii,..   vote j for   thirteen   hours   a   day.     1   know j form,  as "hadTilready  brought nbe"'
v.hm ii  means. 1 the separation  of  the  first   offendei
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the conclusion of hi
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cells six feel by ihree. without ventl-jward   an  earnest plea   for such    aa
lation, sanitary  provisions, or  water | awakening of^jiblic sentiment foi
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THE "HOLY  HOUSE."
l.��-[��-lid   of   lli��-   Hum''  ',f  M��rr   arid   fh#
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Let roi .��� re the ma :. mt lines of tbe
legend At Nazareth waa preserved
with plotu care tbe house of Our
Lad ������ The <'������'. el I g y - In wblch
_he .-������ eived the gi ..- message of
'. ��� acarnal in the I ��� -.- ly bome which
sheltered tbe lr.-; family for so many
' ��� was a very preci >us -ar., tnary,
On Maj 10" 1291, a month ..'ier the
taking of Tripoli and Ptolemats, this
holy ia.... waa i arrled by the hands
of angels from Nazareth to a place In
Dalm tla between FInme and Tersatz
on the Adriatic shore.
It waa a one roomed edifice, built of
red square stones, fastened with cement, and bore proof of age and ori-
.ntal design. It stood without any
foundations nnd had a "ioden decorated celling Tbe walls were covered
with frescoes; tliere wen- a door and
a narrow window; -aside wer'.' an
alt.r of stone, nn ancient crucifix,  a
ill ipboard, containing a few ves-
-'���:- of common use; a chimney and
;.��� [.th above which waa a cedar
-��� ."a- of ' lur Lady with the Holy
Child    .     ���   trms.   The pastor of the
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era. who, however, fei    ���  ' I     afl
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which bes m I   flo    I   tbe ne v shrlni
Ti _ave   Iril    betvcc a the brother."
the   h iuse   w n ���    hi Ideiily   lifi'-1   onci
more and tl :. time nettled d r\ n tin.illy   In   lhe   miilsl   of  the   p ibllc   �� iy
which  bad   to   be  dh erted   In  c nisi
ijuence    I [ere,  t > i,   In   the  c mi
time n  cbapel   . it i  bu It,   \ '.' ���'   y
way in  time i" Ihe pi   ��� .���   bn ��� '.������ i
Tho famous pi grim ge   if Lor >l i g ��<���
mi   today.    Pojie i,  I mil   prlnei"
have visited this shrine nnd lefl great
gifts, I.ni' r on n festival with liturgical rites was in I nl d, nnd in time
the feasl of the translation of the holy
house tvaa extended to many couiitries,
Fortnightly Review.
The s�� eel  GI.I'h   Way,
After a jjfrl leis ivorkod for sl::
months to get n young mnn, lying
.will." nights i i think up now schemes
nf fascination, II Is nmnzfug to witness
tbe coolness with which she can look
up Ini" bis eyes after be has Bunlly
proposed nnd murmur tenderly, "Vou
hypnotist!"   Somen lii" Journal.
'Mn-  lluri_l:i r's Jimmy.
Why does the burglar call tbe tool
witb which he opens windows and
loors a "Jimmy?" N > one seems to bc
svre. Perhaps it is merely n pel name
The French burglar calls his Jimmy
'Frere Jacques," which i.s first eouslu
m "Jimmy."
In prosperity the proud mnn know.
Bobody; In adversity nobody knows
him.   iHnjiioiii (.'all.
Xmas
Shoe
News
AT
JOHNSTON
You will be interested
in the lines of CHRISTMAS  SHOES  we are showing this week
We Mention To-day a Few Leaders
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.MEN'S French felt
House Slippers, a shoe
equal to other makes at
$2.00.    Our price	
 $1.00 a pair
LADIES' fur trimmed
high top Felt Slippers,
beautiful   house  shoes,
made in all colors	
 Sl   and  $1.50
a pair
MEN'S elastic side,
chocolate Kid Nullifers,
a $3.00 line; selling this    j
week for	
 52.50 a pair
MEN'S English Carpet   Slippers,    medium
ar.d best quality.    This
week's prices	
 75c to S1.00
a pair
SWELL SHOES j
FOR }
Xmas  Presents!
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LADIES' American   make of  Evening and
Party Slippers.      Our   three-strap,   Patent   Kid J
Slippers, with Cuban, French and ordinary com-  .
mon sense heels, are beauties $3.00 a pair
j
Ladies' White Kid Slippers, the new Grecian
Style $2.25 to $4.00 a pair \
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FOR MEN,    we   recommend   our   lines   of j
"Invictus," Packard and   Florsheim Shoes	
 $4.50, $5.00 and $6.00 a pair
LADIES' Turkish
Slippers, made in red,
blue   and   black   Kid
something natty	
 $1.50
a pair
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WeVe Ready for the Rush
LADIES' short, colored Overgaiters are the
newest creation in the
line of footwear. We
have them direct from
Chicago, in all colors,
red,  black,   fawn,   etc.
 $1.25
a pair
JOHNSTON'S
Shoe House
Columbia Street
New Westminster
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DEC. 22, 1906.
TRE DAILY KEWfi
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urry!   Murry
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. few lots on Queen   Ave just on the brow of the hill, well out of the moralists with uninterrupted vtew of the Fraser River and vaUey Mt
W and the Olympia Range, are now offered for sale.   TheS lot. ae
tuat, just on Queen's Ave   off Third St., opposite the welEwTrS
fences ot F. J. Halt W. E. Vanstone, etc.. bounded by Tipperary on the
K a?9 o li�� ��? .---'eSt S7er pipes already laid= every lot to lane.
Lots 42.9 x 116 only $575; one-third cash, bai. arranged; while the cor-
per lot, Peele bt. and Queens Ave., is offered at $650
|.V,    ,u letting this magnificent oppporl ���      to purchase a line res      - .  .;'., now ,.��� ,,,.. alwavs
secure one  at once- from the exclusiv always
McQUARRIE  &  CO,
Real Estate Brokers, Etc.
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
in  -,.' Lh.     rain,  yesterday".
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. ��� stall,   took  on   .   festivi
and 1.'.'     butcher    stalls
town with the regulation
line    .  Ch   -���...-  fan      There wen
a   numl.      .        ��� -~       : i. i.i   .
.   ,.; them  were nol  sold      Tin
"   ���  ��      ed to taki   full advantagi   oi
���   -: ���      ~t   In that line of goods and
- ��� .  th<   prici   awaj   up in  coase
F*.:ii        n:.    ;i   jionriil    -'is^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
aid bj  si mi  ol   b<  anxious ones.   In
���    cases  50.   pe.   pound   was   de       Leave yonr order at Rechinbach Co.
the   seller,  which.   1,   . a good turkey or goose    Thev can
���:.,    buyers   were    not     foolish   _ ��� sai sfaction.
Verj   few were sold  ���
si   .".     35.  ��a-   ;: i   , a, . ailing  -,iriee.
I. u   weighl  turki   -   sold al  from 25
,<:   jionnd.    Geese sold   for
Vi s    .%<! to .Or lb.
Matt. :.   .. I2*'_f Tb.
Pork, 8c to . r Tb.
Dressed Geese, 20c to 2;>r Tb.
_i.es.ofi Turkeys. 3��c to 40c lb.
toes, tl.   ...
Onion-   $",.;.'. sack.
Eggs   50. doz.
But ier. 30c to Zut lb.
Powi, $7 to $" dozen.
Chickens  $.*. ti  }" pei doz.
Docks  $10 to $12 per doz.
Turkeys, 25c to 2kc IT..
Gees* . Jl 25  to $1. .(i each
A, pies, $1 00 U> $1.25 box.
Tide Table    Fraser River
:        he week end ng Hec. If.. 1906
NETV*.      ESTMINTSER.
High Lew
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be week > ���     ...   Dei  : 3    1901
Di
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femporary Premises: Trapp Block
A.   HARDMAIN
lumbinS and Contracting
�� Telephone 302
C
P. 0. Box 248
Alex. Speck's
EW
New   Glassware -
It Arrived-
-<Fory-
-Christmas Trade
We will be pleased to have
YOU   (.'ALL    AND    INSPECT   IT.
iDAMS & DEANS
THE CITY GROCERY
1-2    ACRES
:a IS.  '. '   except two parts
I        'onve ������.    Ni ..  Vi ��� Btniinsti; Di*
|        trict.
\ i ''���: tlfli ati ��� :' In li :��� asll li Title
| to tin abovi property �� be issued
to Hli.. la Mi Kami j i n the 29th day
. Deci i - . *: i). ;'...' s. in the mean-
tlmi a valid i ��� tion thereti be madi
to me in ��ritinj r a pei si n or per-
aiming an estate or interest
thi ��� ��� .ii. or in ai ��� . a:i thi  ei :
C. S KEITH,
Disi a ��� Reglstrai ��f Titles.
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min   ���      B.C., 21st  November, [906 Si9n Man cn Wheel.
Columbia St. N.w  West minster,
1 ia person or pei sons ha\ ng In their Phone 275
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
. . Si.:;, to $i 50 e. c:,.    ��� i   ������    _���
and . . '���   . i     pound dressed
���  ���   ��as an  ��� xcelient offering ol
��� ��� si -   and   bi mi   ol   ��� h<
first   ��� ass      M utton   was
at scarce as usui      ������     ���     ��� man .
win- .     ng      Pi       i. as   more   plenti-
��� ��� ttl<   .:��� consi
Rom Is   ��.en   offered  In   largi
ers    eei De
:.. :':���   ed  was
befon    t  had  l Ime  to get ; ,
narket build ng.
���\   large  numbei   of   sucking   r_ig_
wen   on   sal<   and   wen   sna] ped   u
thi   pri '   ranging  from $1.25 to $1 .'
i ach.
Eggs   wen   mon   numi ous and '.he   j,
prici    was   al oul   the   simi"   a.     a
��� ��� ��� ���.      But '     was  gem  all.   sold  a
:0<    although  a   number    of vend
....   -   ... ���...   efforts   :.   kei p It a
.5c per jionnd.
Potatoes  wen   offered   In  consid.
. '  q tities   I hi  offi i Ing was in <:.
i. ss ol tbi  demand. i,(':
\ were   in  limited   quantities     B
  wen sold     Sunn wen: us low   Dec. id     9.00   14.9
��.   $i .   box, others which wen  exti
fane,   stock broughl $1.75 a box.    *Ri-   1,(,p
tailers   tveri   asking as high as $2 h
box,  but  nobodj   seemed  inclined   to   :"'c-  21
I bile.
De.   1.
       S.05
IS.15
I! 0!
9.45
2   ".
 10.3Q
21.15
 ll.lii
22 30
   ll.55
   0.01
12.35
HEADS.
High.
Time. Ht
...   7.23    14.fi
17.33    12. r>
IS       S.14    l'l 7
18.27    1 i.s
20
19.27 11.0
.  9.48 14.8
20.34 1H.2
,10.32 14.4
21.52 9.6
Dec.   22    11.14    14.0
:    27      9.2
2.20
13.10
3 05
14.1*.
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15.35
���l 40
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5.30
IS.20
5. BO
19.20
6.10
20.35
Low.
Time   Ht.
12.40    9.3
0.36 0.1
13.48 i'.l
1.211 0.6
15.01 8.7
2.12 1.6
16,13 8.0
8.03 2.9
17.1* 7.3
3.66 4.4
1.S.1S     (1.4
4.64    5 7
I'll 2    Fi..*!
IA.
por
525.����  Cash
'Vest End.    Handy to proposed new tram
-n't delay buying this for a quick turnover
Wins, Coulthard & Co.,
i The florists had an extra varied n>
sortment ol poi plants on sale, ihr
fragram  hyacinths    demanding     con    Dec.   23    11.6.    13.4
siilern; i     intention.     There    wa- - - - - ^^B
nice rangi  ol c:n flowers foi this 3��a
son <f the year,  all  of which  were Johnston's Big Shoe Mouse can cer-
eagerlj  snapped up by the ladies. tainlj   be called   the    great    slipper
Quotations. ; store, judging by the dlaplaj  the.   ari'
i     Beef, hindquarters, Sc to Ik  lb. | making  in  ihe  many  lines  for men,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B   Heel,   lorrquarlers.  Sc 1o fie Th. women and  children                             242
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Kan ',.   conve\ ance in fee,
M \KTIN. \\ KART &   McQUARRIK,
Ban isters, S   icltors, el   , Ni ��  Wi sl
���   ���   lei   B.C.
Agei t,
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of
New     Wcstminstc
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home- fi
stead Regulations '���!
Any available Dominion Lands with- &
in ihe Railway Bell In British Colum S
bla, maj  he homestended by nny pen '���'
boi   who Is ihe sul,. head of a family,iij
ni  male nvor 18 yonrs of ago, to J
i! -   exlenl   of   in" rjuni ler  si cl lon  of .*',
ll res.  mure or  lo ;��J
utry  musi  ho nunio person ill)   nl i*.
the local land olllco for tha dl 'rlcl ln ft
Headquarters    DI A MO^   Sold in
for the Best   1    11\ 1M vJ O Canada
Nordheimer       Morris       Dominion
New Scale Williams
i the land Is situate.
Real Estate, Financial
Mombia St
and  Insurance Agents,
New Westminster 1). C.
& C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
'I he li ime iianh'1 is required to pei !��J
i hi   ' ondilions connected there J
indi i one ol Ihc follow mn plans '���'
11,' Al  leasi    :\   months'  ri    Ictin fi
n   rrl  ���. ul tiv i tion  ol  lhe  land  in 'J<
��� ir for thi pe yen I S
��'
iji It thc fail" i  I'll mother, II Iln ���
father i    lecca ed I of thi                     i a
   ���            upon  a   inui  ui  iln'   vicinity .*',
!  entered   foi   lhe   i   . &
 i l . ��� ��� n _ i ��� i ��� ��� i              ,   i,, residence may In' satisfied '.*',
ii i'   iding v.iili iln- i.i J
;,, ithei *.
I '   '    ���    "alia I    h        111 .   |" i in I
ip in   in ming  l.mil
in  thc vicinity
Manufacturers and Dealers tn  All Kinds ol
"""Aer,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sis!.,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     I urned^Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
U|nber Alwavs in Stock ior Fencing and Draining.
'ways in
TM City Branch, Columbia St.
���'epbone 12. New Westminster
u ni il 9
I      '��� mi'lll'.   aa   In   |(   .  ,!,ai, a .���,
il   fn ���;   by   ri sldcm e   upon v
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���    '      the   ���  "lllllll'-   ".Iir,   ,.(   | )n y
it I hi.iw.i iii iiiii ntion ft
pply :'   : patent, '-��'
VV  W  CORV
���.   Mil   ter of the  Intei ioi
.',',  i:    Ui   itho   -��������� i publication ol
-vertlsemeot   x;'l  not  hs  paid
PIANO    PLAYERS
The Edison Phonograph
Grapnophones, Violins, Accordions,   X-ylopnoi es, Man-
aolins, Concertinas, Flutes,  Whistles, Guitars,
Montn  Org'ans, Zitners.
Grand new selection of the celebrated Columbian and EdisonJRecords.
ubscribe for our monthly records,   Now selection each month.
Musical instruments of all kinds kepi in slock. Easy terms on all instruments.
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this  ad
tor.
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NOTICE TO BUILDERS.
____���
i I ���.    | RS   fm-   two-storey   frame  ,���,
on Agnes Street, will he received , g
ORGANS: Dominion ��� Doherty ��� Sherlock ��� Manning
Singer and Wheeler & Wilson SEWING MACHINES
EASY   TERMS
hou.��. -^	
....   . n of fl'Tember 22nd.
p ms and speciHeation* ��t office of
i    H   Mo.v, Si<th and Clarkson St.
Lowest or any tender not nece.-
'���'ril'yi"',t' C. H. CLOW.
Architect.
Dec 14th, 1906.
The Music House
TODD
Burr Block, Columbia St.
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#>��>.0��>'!^^^^^^ THE DAILY NEWS
iM 'tWi
THE DAILY JJEWS
ed        the Daily Mews Pu
any   L_".inj.#&   at
��*: rh    _._. :    F: ���:.
-   N'i ��r Westm nste     B.C.
Managing Directs'    J. C. Brown
/t-VERTISING RATES.
Transien. display advertising. 10
centh per me nonpariel. i_ lines to
the inch. Five cents per line tor
Ent sequent Insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
Mints i'er iine. brevier or r_ inpariel, 10
cents iier line.
Foi time contracts, special pos:-
t i'-ir, apply to advertising uanager.
Notices of b:::hs. n.arriaees or
deaths, SOc. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to Jet. etc.. one cent per
h-op! No advertisement taken ler
i��gj than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
N ght  Office    B22
SATURDAY,  DEC. 22,   '906.
VARYING   . ERS.ONS.
At  Vernoi essing    a    pu
::.:..���
doni     :���'._��� hat a
: -    i
ion to   :. '..���       And as to his Gov-
��� :.       ....      nti il ��� :    ..   th    So-
lists i        -   lot t   ie,     1 here ���'���  -
:.��� vei   a [ieriod  in  the '.:-'��� n j  i -:  the
G  ��������� -.     ..        it h    _   > no   ���:. ab-
- : .-���      ntrol      Hi   had h   I no alii-
ept fli th the C nservati res
Probably the   J 'kei    is i mi ��� ile lv
iin I the  wor I    controlled     We   . i
: ������ know tha- th��� ���'���'.. i have obpect-
ed   'r the Conservative-Socialist   alli-
.'. ���   have ..--��� rted  that  'i.e Govern-
:: ent  ivas "controlle I    by  Mr   Ha sv-
th nnth aa:-"      The;    bad  ;     ���:������. ��� :.,
tls su ipot" an i they ma le cei 'a:n
���   :   essions in  c nsideration thereof.
I- Is a favorite trick of Mr. McBride's
' '    st ute    his    a I rei .ary's    position
wrongly, and then proceed to answer
his    '.'.:.'������.-: in Ol  '.. ���  ::. I  te
V�� fNDSOR TABLE SALT
won't cake. It is PL RE���c.ear.,
dry confetti that disoive iasUntiy.
Perfed for tiie table.
WHICH  TELLS THE  TRUTH?
I.'-     M in la .   the    Columbian    in
. ��� :   .- ��� .a'   V mc ' ivei has i iceiv-
Chrl ���':.,  - gift  ��� om Mr, Mac-
re iresen  itive    in    the
'  immons,   the   promia ���    of- Impi ive-
tnents In her aire idj a Imlrable ; istal
���   -a ". that will make it  'h" besl in
"     I lominion."
Of tl Is   alrea I.  a Imir ible" sei vii e,
���' ������ N'i ws-A Ivertiser of yestei lay says
lela    v.'     , ::������ juently occurs
:��� livery of the mails is a greal
In, .'-������'-��� m ������   ' '   the  public   an i   a
great   drawback   '     man       business
men       The staff, 6 t.vs the  News-Ad-
" '���     , Is   In. i_fl tl ���   I iii Ung
ufn   ��� Ig  enough;   In  fact li   repi ���������
���  s thi   ���'.:. ile ���   :���     -. ihln i the
timi      in       rr- ��� iat Mr. Mai phei - in
1 ������ Impresse I     xi .   of i he
��� i -���   ������������ S'-n he Is hoi el     C   istmas,
[> '.��� ���     it   to  its
eir i ivi :. min I -
.���.-*'     f these McBridi
ne the t    I
:: .��� -ithei   thing.
1 he   Mi,,i.drop,
Iii  the  :   rthi       L'nited  States the
ino -   ��� .-      1.    gai  en   fi wei
tbal     ���   ' ���        	
as thi est sign   I _���    Its pen
e  blossoms,   n th   "he rt
of gri -������.!;.--��� ������
efore thi       I snow has
- ��� evi ii city 1   nllies ne   i
uot    e without s ���;���'.   for  thej
I e beei known to 1 rive In nan ia
; ��� -��� aj - ! -��� ... i ;:: ou ��� ������ M <������
1 ts like the bai ng hot sun
of mldsi    mer ��� . ��� pen theli
! ' ��� ; t the su iwdrop thrives besl In
I irtlal shade. It blooms earlier if It
has a cl at tbe Mi n h sun, but I .
oue of tin ery I . tl it will flower
i"- :larl������. ���   ��� .' freely, in dense
vii 'i'- nnd "-.'th :i northern exposure.���
i ountry Life In America.
Receding i.inni..
' The besl remedy I know for reced
'.'.% gums," Bays n denl il surgeon, "ls tc
saturate so la or bicarbonate of soda
u "��� I freely ns n wo -h and also In mas
Baglng tin- gums,   The soda solution le
soothing to lhe Irritated flesh and Ie
nlso strengthening,   In massaging nil
tlie gums with n rotary motion from
tin- ro i. downward  s i that nny pus
thai  mlghl  have formed between the
tooth in i the gums will be forced out.
for If left nround ih" roots tho foreign
mntter   will  decay  and  may eat Into
them and ruin tbe teeth."
CHURCH SERVICES.
H Ij   Trinltj   cat - . a!   ��� Rer. A
S recto       Holj       mi uni n
-   ajn.;   Ma:r>   Sermon   Holy   Com-
:.    [lion,  11   - .::: .  S .:. :.;.���   school, .
:. Catechism last Sundaj ::. the
mon'h in the church Evensong and
*���.:���-_;���._.     .    ���':.-   :-.--������ .   ;  :..
sei i: _e  .��� .- :   a:.. an I 5 p.m  ex -. t
oe Friday,  when Evens ij is -..: I at
T.        Holy Communion every  Th i -
daj  and saint'.- daj   at   ���   t :.:.    Choi:
practice on Fr::.,:- after Evens   ..
St. Barnabas���Rev. C.W   Hought  ���:.
S mday morning   H Ij   t   un
.vunion.  S  ,'.:i. :  Morning Praj'er uni
H i!j    I '������::.::. ::.: ���:.    1*    .-. n.      >"������ ning
I . i ��� er,   7  . :..     Bi   ������ i 'lass, 2
Sunda    -     ��� ��� n     Baptisms aftei
S ,r. laj school   Choii      ictl      F
:.      servici   everj   Frida    dui ing
idveni   t 7 p.m.
Si      Paul's     Rei : mi I     K, ise    il
Re ���    -   di   B   Owen   reet >i
Di. -       Sundaj*, 11 a::.. an I
Sui        .- ���       2.30 p.i
The Sun
rices
'    "
will endere All
e co Invited
Olivet   Bai tist   chu Rev. M.  JU
R :-..   D.D .   j.as' ir.       Pre u hlng     n
Sundaj at 11 a.in. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
��� a and Bible class at the cl ��� ol
the   morning   servici     i   12:15.    Spe-
Chrlstm - sei vici - Subject
S in lay morning .ernt in "The Inl int
Messl Lh." Evening, "The Mea- ... ol
o ir Rewards." young People .- me I
in. on Monday evening at S p m.; Mi 1-
week prayei meeting on Wednesdaj
evening at . p.m.
Queen's avenue Methodist���Rev, W.
H. Barraclough, B A . pastor. Services
at 11 am. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible classes, 2.30 p.m.; mid-week
prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m.;
Epworth League, Mon lay _ p.m. Sunday morning subject "Christm is Joys."
whieh will be illustrated by Plock-
borst's famous picture, "The Announcement." Evening "The Glory of
Christ.'*
Sapperton Methodist. ��� Rev. ].
Thomas, pastor. Sunday services, 11
am. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school. 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, .Monday. S p.m.
Piayei  meeting Wednesd iy, _ p.m.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. J.
S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday services, 11 a.m, and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school and Bible classes, 2:30 p.m.;
Christian Endeavor, Monday, s p.m.;
Prayer meeting, Wednesdaj', 8 p.m.
Sunday morning subject, "The First
Christmas Celebration." Evening,
"Christianity a Religion of Joy." Spe-
' al ''.Hi-una- music by the Choir.
West Presbyterian���Rev.   T.   Wai 1-
law    Taylor,   M.A .   Ph.D.,    minister.
Services 11  a.m. and 7 p.m.;   Sunday
school   and   _.i!de    class,    2.30   p.m.;
prayer   meeting,   Wednesday,  y  p.m.
Knox   church,   Sapperton���Rev,   I).
Mi Kenzie, B.A.,  pastor,   Sei vices,  ; 1
a.m.   in !  7  p.m.;   Sun laj   scho
li.  le class   2 10 p.m.   mi n :.. il V.P,
S.C.E   imme Hate       fti    thi   evening
Sundaj    ���    . ning    subji ������.
e Full - ��� he Tlmi e " Evening
-
Gospi ������     .-::���
treet���B ng i       ��� ���    -
.' at 11 a.m     Sunday e
'       - s-, 7
.. ��� ���
���   ���
'������'��� bed ral i Roman i
Bei 7
Sun lass at      ind 10
2.35 Frid      :���
7   0 . i      .    he Sunda       ���;._-.
VI
*l . r.-r...     will ��� j;   ,
'.'. laiam   P.   O'Bo        O.M.I     on i
>n Solo     O Sain
Gil ii rt, Ml      . ���   -    :. M. |
night Mai    ��������� ill    ��� cell
:      lit  Of 1!.'    24th    '  ���::;.. ��� at   IJ
o'clock.    Admission -.'.iii be by tl
'������ hich may be seeui ed    n application
a' the Presbj tery,
Salvation Ann.'.. ���A sei les o sei
vices will be conducted at the Salvation Army Barracks to-morrofl at 7
a.m., Awaiting upon God. ll a.m.,
sj eclal Holiness meeting, subject,
a Tesl of Faith," 3 p.m.; the Sun laj
���school children will take the plat
form an I will be reviewed on the
.'���'ars   Sunday   school   lessons,      The
DIAMONDS
JEWELERY
WATCHES
CUT GLASS
CLOCKS
China        Fern Potts      Souvenirs Umbrellas
Sterling   Silver Plate     Brass Goods   Gilt Goods
Pepper and Salts from 35c pair guaranteed
Souvenir Pins from 25c��hat and brooch
Horace Dorer
Diamond Merchants
Next Tram Office
Goldsmiths, Silversmiths
:' ir Christm is night, when the Christmas tree and entertainment will take
' i. e 7:30 p.m. Battle for Souls.
Brigadier and Mrs, Smeaton, provincial officers, will be present and will j
conduct a mass meeting All are invite I to   ���- present
Lutheran   I "������ tr ���:..   South   Westminster.���Pastor   Rev. ''".;��� A. Sand. Ser-,
��� -  Sun lay, 11 a :;..: Christmaa Day,
I a m.   On t! ���   evening ol Dec  27 a
' h istm - Tr ate I linn   nt ���������. Ill '������������
' - '     ��� 7
Vancouvei
.   Re.    B    ���    Sand      Service
chrisi ��� . " ' m.
Luthi    ���   ��� Matsqui     Pa
'i   '���   Sand     Se vice Dec. 26 at
11 a i      Cl I in the evening
'   ",      :..
distribution of
nzes wm
'I
Power   In   Am.ii. mil j.
Tiie genuine journalist; tba man of
experience and weight, has always an
objection lo signing bis name to an ar-
tide. Hi- knows that to sign bis name
hii lessen the weight of ids opinion,
Tlie man who sli.-.- - bis article ceases
to be the voice of trulb and judgment
ain! becomes an In livldual author.���
London Academy.
TURKEYS and  GEESE fines!  In the
World at the Royal Flsh Co.'s store.
346-2
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Tux.    doors   from   Geo.  Adams,  Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches from S.12.7.") up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, .pen
face, $6.00
Gent].mien's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up
Agent i'.r the ci lebratcd South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman Arctic Expedition.    Aii warranted.
Chains. Rings, Jewelry, etc.
Watch repair.ng; charges reasonable.
Reduced Rates en Market Day.
__   .     ....    .a .       ...     ia.,.:    >   .
North   -. ;: ill* ���   i omp mj   . . .
' '    ' - nd trip tickets Porl
Guichon    i .    atermedlate   points  to
.'.   Westmln   ������    it $1.00    for    tl ���
'   trip   on   Fi.. i .  Mai kel   day,
turn o        te      .ale on ���
���  . ite   ���'..      ������ n. ide for i bild-
ii five  .ears   id   in ler I. elve years
Firemen    Wanted.
Applications to fill two vacancies in
he Fire Department will be received
by the undersigne I up to Fridaj', the
28th Inst,
For particulars applx to Chief Wat-
::. at Xo. l Fire Hall.
W. A   DUNCAN,    |
City Clerk.
City Hall, Dec. 19, 1906.
SUITS TO owpER
=$2J AND UP���
Cut and Made on the Premises
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247Front Street    -      New Westminster
n^f^^
In addition to the above we tiave fine lines of
Tuxedo and Dress Suits, Fancy Suspenders.,
Steamboat Wraps, Suit Cases, Club **<*
Gladstone Bags, Initial Handkerchiefs, w)1^
Handkerchiefs with fancy border.   Thc latest
ana finest creations in Xmas Ties we have ever oil<-rCC
to the public.     Don t fail to see our Xrras ^focuS.
TOGGED
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4 Opposite Postoffice, >'" '
ism
\m URDAY
. C��C. 22. 1906.
THE DAILY Ni:\v>
a ii-
La
s
Ba
Robes,
$2
75
77i e Cas/i 5fore
Clearance sale
Ladies'
Wrappers. 95c
stdil
The Last Week for
Christmas
Shopping
Come as early in the week as vou can.
There are hundreds-of choice thing's today and will be to-morrow, but as the
week rolls on and hundreds of happy gift
seekers make purchases here���vou can
* *
y understand that the assortment will not he as large as the end of
he week as now. Lots of bargains today for the thrifty���each department having its quota of specials���saving one-half on your purchases here.
To Men Shopping For Furs
��ho a: ���      tained lutles
1 he evening      thi ���         e>            isiness men and     her ����� orl
' igh the :
A  man  v. ho says a  ...   litth    i             ...                            ��� ���>..-'     ie plan   to s   i      ���    iuse   ..   1':.    In
f ��� '���'���''   r ���   ���              is good oppo tunltles for con    irison and stud:
1   ' ��� Childrei
K .: -  reg ilar $1.25 for $1.CC
' ... : ��� :. -   v. lite Furs   75c
���',..������".       $1.75.  $3.50. $6.50.
$7.50  an i  $10.00.
��� .   Marinoi    Throw -overs,
extra     a. lengths, Satin line i
   $8,50
Ladle.   Sable   Fox, Marten, Mink and
���' irs, in .ill shapes and lengths
-ai.���    ��� ".  :���  ;ff> ir match;   $12.50,
$16.50, $:0.00.  $30.00. $40.00, $50.00.
<3��
Women's Neckwear  in  Rich  Variety
.   : ea .play    f e.xqu -.'������ S    .  - a   -   Fan
.  Dre      :.  Ta      fluffy Chiffon ���'      -    �� ' '���   ��� ���    -
ex t rei
Fan      lace i En iroidered   Mu        i        ��� ���    v '  '������   _   .    ,
..���.", im I    i'a   Vour choice 25c   '���  iQ-fl�� j
.,   .      fine i Pies at 35c. 5 Oc, 75c. J* 30   $1 50, $2.00   ..* IO, J*   D     >rf\
$6.50
Reai Linen Handkerchiefs and Gloves Real Ki
. - some   ���    '. ���      .-��� :.��� -���
������ famous Trefoua se Glo'.e, which
��� ���     $1.50
Hum   length   Glov.     it  75.. $'.C0. $1.25,
��� :. Manul icture.'. Se?a        ind Sur
tl   25.    for 16 2-3c.
��� fani ��� on       : 5c. 10c, 15c, 25c. 5Cc. 60c, 73c. $1.0
..    .   a    a  ,'���  '
lores in A i    nd F ut   ���   a
- $2.75 to $3.75.
Muslin     nn i     Lawn
That Delayed Shipment of Long
Coats Has Arrived
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Local News Briefly Told
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Chief Con
siahle Spa      .      ���'    ���       .    ���.���.-..-
1 leane  an I escorted to a cal    .
was   In   " aitlng       Thej    wer.
:  ken oul  I i   heli ni ��  qua ier.
.a.,    wi       ���   no   fui ki ���   famine
lhis  ) i'a:   a'   a usi   ..-   :.'    ...   : hi
:. .i.i of fine binds  Ri    I* n ... :   &  Oo
recel red  last nlghl   wl     go 241
.Iber.a SaskeW bet* an an I M*olto
i'ii residents continue to .,'::><��� In the
city en      da    * ��� ow  I�� elve of them
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A ROYAL TRAGEDY.
A sec re or more smart, dressy, warm Coats, in Plain Coverts,
Shadow Checks, Shepherd decks and Plaids, well tailored and
neatly trimmed with suitable trimmings, as velvet,, stitching, etc ���
Who wouldn't he pleased mth the gift of one ot these gar
ments?    The price., are $10.00 to $25.00.
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"ibbon$
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k h.  .
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Colombia
Streel
��� ',., week al $200-
Othei    in  "���  '
$5.00, $10.00 to $11 'l'l
0 'if Bio i
72i. Vrrrl MM..I-. a. Ihr 111 I _.f��4
l>��cli<**i- ... \. n rtl rm lwr|.
Aboul the same period nt which
Queen Caroline "ns earning natnrtot.
for herself there realded In a swal
town in the n.M'ili of I'eininny n man
noted for ins skill as n public csrecn
tloner Late nne evening two mon li
military uniform called upon this pet
son iin.1 requested hlm to accompany
tbem, ns his siti lees were required ni
some distance and would lv llbersllj
rewarded, Imt thai be miwl eonaenl t.
t>(> ri.Dili,iiib-.i    r.> this, after dome de
, mur, In' eoniwnted and entered the i-nr
ri.-i_o brought bj the two offloora \p
parentlj the.v dri>re n lonjt distance
iin.l nt Inst by tin' s.iiiini he Judged thai
thej li id crossed n hrldjtc and entered
n pa\ eil courtyard
'lhi- carriage hnring stopped, tu> m^
: assisted t.i nlight :uul conducted along
corridors and upstairs till .-it lust, thc
bandage being removed, in> found him
' sen in n large, gloom, room, In Ihe
center of which stooil d blocli with n
heavy swonl laid on It A door nt H"
far 'inl "f tbe room opened, and n i��1 <
mul verj handsome woman entered,
ie.i ly (wo men and gagged sin- n.-i^
forced i.'iai- lii.i I. .md Ibe evecuHonei
orilere I t i do h _ office v\ Itii . >n ���
bosh 11ion he obeyed Instantly he wai
nam i bli ml folded, hurried do\. nata Irs
p| a i ;>i : a an . >., | drt\ ''a oft .
full s|ii>|.ii    fo nil 1   ....     "s nnd ii
lll'.lls|f:l,l,  I'        ',,.:    ���..    .   a    1     I  . .   .     i       ibStl
mitolj denl. I ul on reai' Ing hi.  bon ���
:l   \ ai v   1,.:  ;i'   ��� IUU  Of  in.''ii"    V a-   _ I Cl
ll 111    Willi   a   u   i. a,   i   (but   In'   " .'Illil  dl
well   never   lo   nt tempt   to   solve   lhi
in j -iia.  or ti'ii nf r il night's worli
Mi ni I >  mill w a.-ii in' hoard Hi ai  tin
I ni. in--.'.   ..i    \\ ni ttembe. g,   i stei
(,iii,','n Cnrollm    hnd died i nddi ilj  .���
(lllll    V l'l .1     li.    I.l        Sill     "a.     I    "        ,'
iiia ii it.   ii v nn i kn uv n i i i. ��� m i
na i .ii n rai lentous) nnd snap . lon t.
Ili'l    llll .ll I llll,   W ||,,   w ,1 ���.   sa I,|   1,1   |,ai |V   |)o|
I   111   I   llflll ���  .  .1    '    ���'   III'-..'11       111      I I        a
na. lie iii.iiia.  (be i\. .ni .an'l   fell  n.
llliillil    Iiini    Ilia-    III    r ,|,,|   ,| . ,,   	
iln' Kan i  lii iinsvv ii i, ii ,,| bi en iln
nn   ..I   in.iv   w ii i  im,i  been  Ilni    se
rl'i'llv     lloUO    I"    il.'lllll    I"     In-    llilllil
Tcmplo Hm'
Mm. ii,,.ii. luitini ���
Itnl'i'll    llnil. ||,   (ho   ii'iHior   .n       , !,,
A nn t oiny of Molaitchol). innj claim
ihK honor  Ills booh bus stood lbe lesi
nl tillli' II I Iru Ini.i! 'i lun i' I'l'illon. or
Siilnlsliiiry   vvilli'.i   lli.il    "all   III   iivi.l.'i'.
of ijn-ii ih llieriitiii'ii ti ii o i.n ��� 'i lum '
I, nn1' praises ��� i be fundi .lie gee it old
lunn" nml. IlltlOOiJ, ll 'nam ed 't'oni Iiin,
ninny n cIlOlCO |ilnii'i' Ann. in "Iiiiii
I' iil,nliIo   "OI18   lunik   nlitlinl's"   niny
he iiii'iiiioni'ci sir Thomas Malory,
��iiiini' fiiiiinim collection of Arthurian
i'iiiii.'iiic'i'j Im one of the Imperishable
tri'iiiiiii'3 of the l.n.i.lisli tongue; Rich
nni Hooker, whose "Laws of Ecclesl-
nsiiriil Polity" Is still ii standard book
on the (.'o'luiitution of tho church of
England, ami Gilbert While, whose lm-
mortnl "Natural History of Si.'lbonrne"
Is still rend with pleasure and profit.
_hdigesl.Tin promoter.      "An  .'his.'   snvs
the writer, "the Amnrle.n outs with
reii.sti     '('in i   nil   thc   dlahes   of   tha
Citv   anil  ol   the  i''ii i ri       lie lmlt,s   lit
onl) foui things fr kfmtni aansAgM,
air.ierk". I nt term ilk nnd llmburgoi
Cheese he rails  luiteii Poods ' "
Tn  v.r���il   I  linvrr,   li.    Muil
'i.i i and b ��� ���������
throi gl I 1 ' p for ii bolder rm
Shut a  ihc out. de ilan n   . ith �� sharji
knile   until I"'   ensilv    liiuiillo.l
TThen rennv i ' send the dowers, placi
their stems In lh. potato i.n.! "ni|
nr..,.:'.! :' ^ i piece of wei sheet .-niton
Over Un-. i lip n slioi'i of Iin foil, cure
full) e.i er ng eii'-v pari of the boldei
Th     Is nre ci I   leneirato the pn
|'e: nli.l w II] lie ivi.'i lied fm n lnni.
tii _, ..  Si hnrti
Thr Trans.rnl Thi-ono
Ilni. li.ui     \\      T      \:r- 111     Y.   a     ,
: a   \ anconvei    -\.ii n        KIni
I'vvin      S.'lsk   .     Miss     i 'a- via    .      '..!,.     ,
Man    ii     C     k    een,    Victo   .    S
. ��� ni :,���   Miaia Ine H       k. Mel BOhe n
B.-'...    \   !'   Maria   .bboti
\\ Hals,' '      MIS!       \! Cl     i' aa        ! ..'l.illi'
J   i: I'..i.i,  s.a i. .   . ,     H. Wei    I_.ti ���
I."       I.l     11     Ml: , - a     Ilia,i,       i     |,;
W .       i R<   ,    It,.,-:       \'.-.       ���[      ffi
1 -a   .a \\     M..II.',,,:,     !' ,,,
Kennedi    \ . ..    Martli    Vti��������� m ������
s  M, iianai.:   \i :    S   Mi Phe    n
i '.Mai rvilli   W 8*1
Colonial   Ml
Vli
i;   \    \i,.!i  son   ia    i   ������    ������������    '���  '���
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r ui.Mi-Mi D   rooms
....
.
T. H. SMITH ��**
Ch
oi .e
Goods
for
New
U/nolftiSnoffl''
BU
.unes
for
, 35c
25c.
.alue
wesiiniosYer
60
and
fcr
75c F
50c.
anr.cls
a
���<tt'.iiisU2&mrx��zm.v'~tT " "��� *.*��*J ���
JStiT*'
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A   (.ipiiinn   Vlrtv   of Oar   titri.
Die Vt oehe of llerlln tells Its renders
"uhii Americans ent," Inking ns a
type the aVArage New Vork business
Hot o4j.es, quick lunch dishes,
y Welsh rnbl-ii, leo oronni, grape
fruit, ny.ster cocktails, i>��>eU nnd beans
nml limy other purely American
dt..'     ".nil. Ice .uT.:ee i_r# ITgrrred to M
VVANUO     T."
v i ���        .pply B. I    .   .
Wanl^rl  -Sir.in.      Oy
make him i ��� !      \
|llV     \\       I-      I ':,   ������
Ml.    HARRY OA VIS v
celve pupils.    Lea   �� i fn
Hill!
( '.,'   I   ,     ,    ,     '-
WANTED���M" ���     ,
I       . .    , .    , ri,  '.rr   i J
or board aad >  ���   i n
lly.      . '���        ���    ise
Printing   of  ��v..ry   '-(.sci-'i.tieo���i
wish to r��*cB ������'<:<��� cBintta Dsama ia
your ord^r for kjrpt. atrl - alitor.
We   ein   pi'iiir ei    .   i
tion as we hnve th��       ��� hi..
cla^s of work.    Ymi" ordWr 'v, ,
predated.    Mrs. Doniiny. proprie
Arrow Press, Rally Xews Block.
LOST���Between Asylum and Dongla..
street cemeterw and Columbia st,
watch guard, black grograin ribbon,
gold buckle and diamond-set locket
with photo lnsldfl. Finder will bo
suitably rewaW*l by returning
���ame to iff, if i��le- Mil n
)
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,
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6
THE DAILY NEWS
TASTES  IN CIGARS.
PICTURES
I
See our window display of Beautiful Pictures
A large importation of
Prints, Engravings, Sepias, Carbons, etc., etc.
See our line of 25c and 30c Pictures
X Regular 50c and 60c values.
�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������
Large   Oleographs   for   $1.95
Good value at $2.50.    Large 4-inch gilt frames.
It will pay you to drop around and see the goods,
offered, and a good selection.
None better ever
Another car of Xmas Furniture arrived yesterday.   Beautiful Cabinets,
Buffets, Sideboards, Bedroom Furniture, etc.
���OM  Mm  I.Ik.   Tlirlr Tobacco Moi..
��� b4 Im.ii"'  like ���<  l,r*
The public uifr tor clgara varies in
j different localities and countries, and
i iu all  thf  large  factories  cigars  art
conditioned to milt the demands of the
' country to which Ihey are to be sent
i lu Europe, more especially In the ltrlt
Ish  lslen.  the consumer of clgara  re
i quires that they should be dry   in fact,
: almost  brittle.   It is a  common  Incident in that country to see a smoker
; take his cigar and place it to his eat
to nee if it will give forth a crackling
. .ound. and if li does not crackle the
dgar  is  considered  too  moist.   Pipe
smoking  tobaccos,   however,   nre  re
quired very moist.
In the l'i ":"d states the proper con
dltlon for clgara and pipe smoking to
baeeoa la just the revers.. The Amerl
ran smoker requires liis clgara In aueli
a condition thnt tlie wrapper, binding
and tiller will yield to the pressure "I
the fingers without cracking or break
Iur the wrapper, while, on the othei
band, the smoking tobncco8, especially
the granulated tobnecoa, must be mod
erately dry.
Varloua methods an- employed foi
keeping clgara nnd tobaccoa In tit*
proper condition, bul up to tbe presenl
time no method has been devised thai
win not automatically. Moth manufac
tured tobacco nnd cigars are ausceptl
ble tu climatic conditions, and it re
quires the constant attention of thi
manufacturer and dealer to regulate
the moisture in his stork cupboard 01
showcase, in retail stores great trou
ble Is experienced In keeping the nir
lu the showcases In the proper condi
tlon. especially when these are con
Btantly being opened. In warm wei
weather more moisture Is admitted
than is needed, while during the cold
winter months the clgara are apt to become too drj* especially in the upper
pnrt of the showcases.   Science.
Make this your headquarters when shopping,
chairs and a parlor fitted up for your pleasure.
We have numbers of
Open  every  evening  this   week   until
Saturday and Monday later.   Come at once, get first choice.
9   p.   m.
LEE'S FURNITURE EMPORIUM
Flrnt  I'rtiitltiu   Trc*..
The first printing press in the eastern
settlement  of America   wus set up  In
1638.   ln the summer of that year n
, ship bearing n printing press, :) printer
and   three   pressmen   arrived   on   tin
: shores   of   New   Englaud,   the   printer
: being Stephen Imyc.   In lhe same yeai
tlie press  was  set   up at  Cambrldg.
Oue  of  the   earliest   nml   perhaps   tla
most celebrated of the Issues was "The
Hay Psalm Book."   li Is Interesting ti
|   know that the actual press Is still pr"
served.   After  various  wanderings  1;
Boston,  Connecticut,   New  Hampshire
and Vermont It wns found in Wlndsoi
county ami presented to the Vermonl
11 Historical society.
TELEPHONE 73.
DUPONT BLOCK.
CamdianPacific Xmas Will Soon Be Here
Silenced.
"What did you mean by starting tin
story tbat I was an unbeliever In tbi
Scriptures'." asked the deacon In great
wrath.
"Well, deekln," said the man whi
had originated the report, "yon kno-.
you told ine that nil you snid about
that boss ] bought was as true as go<_
lull.   An' you know bow true it was."
"Er -ah." said the deacon.
RAILWAY COMPANY
We are very busy-working overtime, in fact, to keep up.
But not too busy to supply your wants to perfection.
flih Education.
"Ves. Markley came In for a fortune
the other day. He's actually got more
money now than he knows what to do
with."
"Ves.   There are certain people wh
will be anxious to meet him now, and
lifter tbat he'll know more."���Phlladel
fibin Press.
NEW WESTMINSTER
XMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS
We have made every preparation for our r hri>tmas
To local point..   Tickets will be issued ! trade<     Qur sto k J    complete#
at single  fare and one-third  for thej ^
round trip. Dates of sale, Dec. 2ist toj Call in and see us; you are welcome, whether vou
25th, inclusive,  and Dec. 28th to Jan. "u, . l       iir .... '    ,i,tL"Ci j        /AT\rr_   A     T t/-\t t_-<t-��
buy or not.     We are giving a nice piece of Holly to every I OPERA  HOUSE
visitor. * 	
CLAUDE       AMSDEN,
(Roscian Opera Co.) Comedian
GROCERY       MissHazcl Davenport
P. S.-Take a guess at the Cake.  "It's FREE to all."    I      (R��scian ��pera ��0,) Soprano
-i And  a  BIG CHORUS
1st; good to return Jan. ,_rd.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
Xew Westminster
E.   J.   COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent
Vancouver.
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to  iny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
'".flee 'Fhone is,..  Horn .fhone 137
FOR YOUR XMAS
COOKING
*WS*SMMMWVS^^
In "Tlie Governor's Wife"
ON-
1 Saturday Night, Dec.22d
���;
*���*
I
I
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve.   First come, first served. We;s
need the cash and you want the goods. ^Thisjis a  chance '
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
g
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>;
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>;
>'   25c.
;���;
The Best Show in 1 own
Prices,  $1.00,   7Dc   and SOc;   gallery,
V      Scats on sa
a*.
*   Ryall's Drug store
le Thursday morning at
"Hi aixJ 71.S Columbia St.    Four F
loors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.
*s**m*xm*:x*^^
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NEW WESTMINSTER
YULE
A  HAPPY XMAS i       ���]u
to all those that purchase their A ���     .���..,; ^i
store. ' feJJJlesatour
We have the finest selection and raniw rm_
ORANGES ever imported into B. C.    ���Ufl
The nut famine is unknown at our Btore      W, i
nave nuts of
variety-Brazils, Walnuts, Almond.-and of thi   ...   | ...     .
It's no use talking but
m I
lhe   STAR   CANDY
STORE
'Ith. citv
puts up the finest assortment of pure sweel
think!   Chocolates made to order, fresh, delic
the mouth.    So great is our sales that evei ,.,."'.'   i .'M'ls
stock of fresh made Candies. '"^Nya
Star Candy Store!
Columbia Street
Ne
Christmas   Cheer'
OLD COUNTR
BOOT   STOR
is fully stocked with all kinds of
BOOTS ani
SLIPPERSl
Specially   Imported   for  lhis   season,
Ladies' fine colored Felt Slippers, in felt and leathaj
soles, from    50c to .li
Ladies'   Fine   Evening  Slippers, in  tine Dongd
Kid    1.75 toil1
Gents'Fine Dongola Slippers,  a special line, won
2.00; for  '-"I
Special Warm Lined Gentlemen's Slippers, for si \
comfort 90c, 1.00 and li
The Dick damp-proof Boot for Gentlemen, in Doll
golaand Box Calf, at     "
When once worn is always won , and
requires no rubbers.
The Dick Boot for hoys means dry feet ami iron    I
The Old Country Boot Store!
Columbia St. J. STEVVAKT, Pr��p|
Shingle and Sav)
Mill  Machinery
AND
'PHONE  NO.
or eall at the
STEAMBOAT EXCHANGE
Wholesale  Department
T. FREEMAN.  -  Proprietor
MW-IBf IN Ii MS
Gilley Bros.
We wish to call the attention of the (Brick
using) public to our new and
varied stock'of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay Co., at
Clayburn, B. C.
opera house THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORI
ONE NIGHT ONLY
MONDAY,   24th Dec.
The Original Now York, Chicago
and lioston Success,
QIC. AOHMS S/-WVEB
WITH
William A.Williams
in his original title role of
QUINCY
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New Westminster, B. C.
The Royal Bank of Can<A
, vour oionf
Insures absolute security to depositor-.   START NOW to savi .
and you will never regret it.   People do harder things every  ��' ���
nothing to show for It.
j     Prices,   $1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Seals now on sole al  Ryall's Drug
Store.
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.    Tut II in yum* l'"1'1'''1' '
would m
ably be nothing, bul ONE DOLLAR deposited even
ten years amounl to $604.60.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK
NEW  WESTMINSTfcK   BHANCH
F. B. LYLE,
WUnaW
��� ���DAV, DEC. 22, 1906.
���-   TUis DAILY NEW*
to Cause For Alarm!
THE ROSE OF JERICHO.
It ia tb.   Origin.I of   VII the Rr.nri
tlon    riant*.
' ������: ea f ttio so eallwl
���a plant iiuve appeared
g thi  a ivelties offered by florlste,
��� . ...ii le Hi" rose uf Jericho.
orient*] eny. but Iris estiaurtod tb^t in
twnntr yp.irs there ' .'.1 not be space
ngb f"r one lone d ani in m A CO]
eolation bas boon made whieh won].!
p lint to the fact that tbe . um of WO,-
"i" "" - : ���! ted ". these lust
sleep ng p] f man     Even though
the Pr >m b i   ij n >t i Iwa. a ' ������ gr teft I
OTTAWA.  ONT.
Aichitectural   Competition  fcr  Depart-
rri-t-!   and  Justict   Builangs.
Com] ��� titive  lrai_ Logs are Im
TURKEYS
. the _b ires of the l>>-n.l sea, fnr during the : fe of their Illustrious chii
gh awaj i" be out of reach of the ,lr''n   "���"""   - :l mightj  nttempt after
���      .   vapors   and   the   salt death to prove appreciate*    Amoog   Departmei   d *nd Justice Bui-dint
grows this rose, a little plnnt the famous men who are today lying   be awai led a premium of $8,00
ed   In   many   a   legendary   itory, Mim and beloved In Pere-la-Chalae are   menl  al  Ottawa, Ont.
which, when ripened, rolls up ita sprays BoMinl,  Bellini,   Chopin,  members  of      The author of the besi design will
the famous Carnot family, Moliere, La
ami branches into a eiiri.ni- little brown ,
bull. Fontaine, Delacroix nnd Balzac.
The desert   winds  snap  "IT  its drv '    H'*r'* ,he ,omb f,f Helolse and Abe-
stem  and  whirl  the  aeemingly   dead   lard 1�� "rtslted continually by large num-
little ball away over sandy plains, like   '"*rs of pUgrlms, nud there is never an
ii  featherweight     Uter II chances to   en(* *�� <*e sentiment around the Gothic   than April  lath, 1907, and  -
re    ���. Bome 'lump place, In about ten   monument rising from the bright hood   addressed to the Secretary
the moisture has wrought a mlra    geraniums and roses.   Notwithstanding   partmem of Public Works. Ottawa.
������   awarded a premium og $8,000, the
se   in"   best   $4.0"'    '.he    third     besl
$2,!>0<  and the fourth best $1,000
Drawing!   will be .���������'���eived not later
Ha
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ARRIVED
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cle, for tbe once dead is alive again,
gr '"ii nnd growing
The old ' me pilgrims, who brought
bai .: this plant with theni from the
Holy Land, told wonderful tales of its
power tn bloom "lit on Christmas day
and gave It tbe name "f resurrection
flower. Another old legend names it
St. Mary's rose, because it is said tbat
when Joseph nnd Mary were fleeing
from Egypt one of these flowers grew
from every -pot where the) halted t i
r.-_t
The dry ball when unfold ��� . lrops
Its seed, nnd from tbese 11 may be cultivated  ns  an  annual.    To  resurrect
th.'so dry balls it Is s;:..; ..   ��� ary
to keep them -: i i     g in gl  .ses of wa
ti-r.   immersed   abo I   ..   :" ..    ( i the
top "f their branches.   The exp insi a
is   merely   a   mechanical,   spongellke
pr ���������
The botanical name of the rose of
Jerlcbo is anastatica, from anastasts
resurrection There are other spa les
of resurrection plants, but they are not
so attractive as their Dead sen relative.
which, although it has very little
beauty, hns _n honored place among
flowers because of the many fancies
and associations it calls up and its peculiar development.-  Exchange
Tl :..-���'.���   ui  is  often  to Cana
dian  Architects  who have  been   ���
the iron railing   v.i any a lover curries ,
from the hallowed spot a petal blown I
across by tbe obi gins breeze.   Except
for one section,  where ,. considerable  dent ln Canada for one year or mor
number of artists and authors, brothers I    Conditions of    competition    sta
In beaut) and Inspiration, are grouped, | requiremes nil ing.   an     :. ips
the t imbs succeed .neb other without   showing Bite, etc. t       b   . ad on a ���
much order.    There is a single monu-   plication  to th.   un ersigned
r...i : ere ted by the state to the sol-
dlers killed   d the siege of Paris.
Shorl  Movrnlsifl.
A well i.i wn ��� chtsman was describing :: wintei    ���   spenl at Nice.
"Bul ���: ������ Nice b iggars!" be said.
laughing rhi -, : . .. -un drenched Promenade des Anglais, with its
Ivor) v hite villas in oi ��� - de and the
bine Me . tei ranean thi other, ls always haunted with these beggars.
"One of tbem accosted me one morn-
Ing as I came oul of the Cercle Medl-
terranee, a fashl mable Trench club.
By ordei
FRED GELINAS,
Secretary.
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Ottawa. Decen bei    2
X- ii 8 papers inserting tl  .
; ��� v th iut  authorit)   fr in   I hi   De
a :     _ ill noi ne paid for it
Purchase Notice
PERE-L4,-CHAiSE.
th��-   (irrni
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eichenbachs
riimnii,   ll.'.'inc    rlm-e   nf
It.-a.i   ,��f   Prance.
In the center of the most  populous
nnd hardest working pnrt of Paris lies
Pere-la-Chalse,  the city  of  the dead.
All   fetes of the faubourg  bent  against    *h_ turned away  her lan.ro Id cr*
the walls of this spot,  which  has  its   To dro*** a ,p��Lr or ; ''I**
own fete twice n year.   Within less than
a  century  this cemetery   has  become
the abode of at least 800,000 dead.   It
formerly formed a pnrt of the domains
of   the   bishopric  of   Paris   under  the
nmne Champ Leveque.    Under  Louis
XIV. it was known at Mont Louis.    At
last, May 21. 1804, the official opening
Of the new necropolis took place.
The   white   mausoleum-    among   the
green trees remind the visitor of an
���    .   bl "��� I ~   civet!  thai   61
Monsieur,' be said, 'one little sou, | al li  end   applying   to  the
immii -. mi i    ol   Lands    ana
v nti..- ' .-  permi    ioi  I    purchase the
..:.::   les ��� lbe :   land   s I uate i al
th    mout]    if th    I     ...     ���   "���   " oaB
ct: Commencing at a pus: marl
ed **"*..  M.'s  N. E  Cornei   planted  on
the souih  bank  of the  Kildala   rivei
the mouth, running as follows:   .0
chains    south,    40    chains   wes-,     40
chains north to the shore line, then -
following shore line To place of com
mencement, containin.c 16 acres tn '
o-  less
Aug. 27, 1906.
Locator, tv  MOODY.
Per FRANK VANDAL,  Agent.
Oct  24,  1906.
for the love of heaven. My poor wife
is starving.'
" 'Why, look here.' snid I, 'only last
week I gave you Bome money to bury
your wife, and now vou tell me that
she is star   ng.   How can tbat be?'
" 'But. monsieur.' said the beggar, '1
have a new wife now.'"
A   ilimini   Epitaph.
The following epltapb is copied from
a tombstone In Brandon, VL, marking
tbe grave of a child who died at the
ag" of a few days:
Sweet  maid,   she  glanced  Into  our  world
to see
A sample of our misery.
Sweet   maid,   she
cup,
Ri f ised i.i ..rink 1   - port!  a up
She turned her tittle head aside,
Dlsga-Sted with the taste, and died
Ife'S   bitter
Tbey know not iheir own defect, v lu
search for defects in .'hers   Sanskrl
Proverb
James V. of Seotlan 1   < as the
i to put dales on bis coinage.
fir.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
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Irtish Columbia  Coast  tine
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Lme Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
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I TORIA   ROUTE.
: daily at 1 p.m.
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:attle route.
- beatrice.
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SWEETS
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EVERYONE   knows the excellence of
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tminster at 7 a. m.
|ANC0UVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
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WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
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Our reputatii n was built long ago,
year ;s ,    ���       tion.   Our prices are
Jf YOU ha e nol been a customer in the past
become one now.    Every satisfaction
anteed at
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tminster, 8 a   tn
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Just a few more days before Christmas, and think of all the
shopping that has to be done yet! Have you done yours? It's
time to look around and get hints now. and we strongly advise
all those ladies who have not yet bought their gifts for their
gentleman friends to look at the tremendous selection we have
nete,
Th
.' very things that would please men more than anything
uoy7s
C. P. R. depot
are :
Silk Umbrellas,   Silk Sox.   Pretty Tics   in   Boxes.   Silk   Mufflers.   Beautiful   Silk   Initialled
Handkerchiefs.     Then there are  FANCY  VESTS for business, street and   evening  ���**������<.��.
HEI
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S. Tee.
' 5 p.m. 2nd
f-ftlling at
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rrlval and
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Spokane falls i Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson X ft. Sheppard Hy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The onlj
east, west
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ting at S     ��� - * '��� "      :*'
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Corn    '     * - "   :..;;.
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Creek point!
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Buffet   tet
Spokane and  N'-
EJffective    S i
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I.eav.
9 jo   im.
12-..   p.m.
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Di.SiNESS INSTITUTE
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vi. VS., a graduate
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ntoflter every Friday
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luxuriously comfortable, and what men long for in the evening,
with paper, or book, or cigar.
GLOVES also are most acceptable. We have in stock a grand
selection of "Dent's" world famous Gloves, for riding, driving
or walking.
And  Don't TorR** Your Boys
Fancy Suits,  Stylish Coats.  Handkerchiefs,   Mufflers,  Ties, Hats and Caps.    Everything
delight the heart of your boy.
to
Get the habit, and go to
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
COLUMBIA   STREET
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0_c
TURKEYS AND
Drawn   and Undrawn
The only drawn birds in the city.   ORDER EARL Y
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
��*"5SIXMAS GIFTS'ftesent Somethi g Use?
Matter intendr. ... ,,.,,,-. N. ��� , ,,
d..-��<rd Social hiiitor. _����. >f" , x. v.
Kux KB. New WCTtmiaatef.	
Mr--. Burton McKenzie of Cloverdale j
In visiting in town.
i
Misa  Constance  deWol.  Smith wasi 	
a; home to a few Friends last evening.. 0(][. preflen< ]j���e ���f
Among those present were -Mis* Alice1
Rickman. Miss Nora Armstrong, Hamilton Harrison, Hutchison Phillips and
Wilfrid Rickman.
articles her.
f Manv serviceable and suitable
Useful-Ornamental teaz^E^s^*
sist you in your search for Xmas gift
**!_
can:
Nickel Plated CopperWare Special Xmas Reduction in furs
Morey's
TOYS, all kinds, from 5c to $7.50 ea.
DOLLS, all styles and prices
FANCY GOODS, a beautiful selection; useful, pretty, inexpensive
FINE CHINA, a splendid assortment
Come and See the Grand Display at
MClRFVS Columbia St.
IVMKSMYjLj  A       kj       New Westminster
U strictly cf the bigbesl quality In-
.1.   Ii.   Kennedy.   M.P..   is   expected!     cJndjng,
home for the holidays today. Percolators
Serving Dishes
Tea and Coffee Pots
Cream and Sugar Dishes
dry, and   whn   expected   to leave   foi
the east early this week, has heen de-
A pre k        hicfa
heart ol
I"'  "In   ol  i
would i
house
A   Turner,   who   recently   sold   out'
his interest in the New Method laun-
in New Wesl
laved on account of certain business
Five  O'Clocks.
Chafing   Dishes.
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NEW   ARRIVALS
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Ladies' Collars and Belts
The Daintiest we have ever shown
A. J. BIRTCH,
matters, but expects to It' aide to
leave within a day or two.
B. Barclay Martin, jr., who has been
a patient In St, Mary's hospital fnr
some time, is recovering,
Miss Marion Clarke left yesterday
afternoon on a visit to her borne In
Cranbrook.
.lames Anderson, manager of tbe St.
Mungo Canning company, left yester-
lay on his annual tiii' to England and
Scotland.
Mrs. F. I. Glover left yesterdaj for
her iiunie in Armstrong, after spending a few day. in the city with Mr.
Glover,
Miss Rogers, principal of the girls'
Central school, v.as yesterday pre
sente I with two emblematic brooches
by the scholars of the entrance class,
the presentation taking place on 'liy
occasion of the breaking up of ;._���
school classes for the Christmas holiday...
Mr. and Mrs. ft. Collis were passengers ai Bnderby yesterday.
; We invite \on to call and examine.
ANDERSON I LUSBY
In our slock of Furs is a'line consisting of one dozen Pur Huffs whicli
have been slow sellers. Probably
they were too dear at the price. Thej
are nol too high now���we have reduced them in time tor chrisi mas buyers
and they will he found most suitable
for Misses' or Ladies, in the lot an
Black Coney Black Sable, Grej Oppos-l pure  whi
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New Down Comforter,
'v"",i,,L'   ��� :,"-��".>.Sh, .
for- In  \',._  iv��� , *'l.
ties i"..
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Satins
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Special Xmas Offer !
$20 00 Suits for   $18.00
$22.00 Suits for  $20.(.0
$25.00 Suits for   $22.00
$8.00 Pants for  $5.00
All Suits Made to Order.
YEE KEE & COMPANY
Merchant Tailors.
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED
P. 0. Box li-l-l
139 Columbia SI.       New Westminster
Many lines of NECKWEAR
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MESMER'S METHODS.
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By ToDay's Express
Two Shipments of
Christmas Slippers
One from Utz and Dunn, Rochester,
New York.
The other came from Blum Shoe Co.,
Dansville, New York.
Call and see them, they are beauties.
What would be more acceptable?
What else could you buy that would be appreciated more
than something serviceable, comfortable, and stylish. All
these qualities are found in our stock of Xmas Slippers. ..
lie I u fl a r��<-*<_ 1'iitlenl. l>> .Dt(tf
tion, l>ut Hid Hi-Hi Pow.r.
Mestner published in l"7.*i hi. account of Uie marvelous cures effected
by what he was pleased to term animal magnetism, When In 1T7S he
came to Paris he came with a well de i
veluped sense of the value of advertis-
lug. The campaign he Inaugurated was
of a character to disgust tbe conservative and thoughtful, hut to take a sensation loving populace by storm. Most
extravagant tales of cures he had ac- '
complislied In Berlin, Vienna and else-
where were noised abroad. Through
a convert he challenged the physicians
of Paris to enter Into n contest with
hiin, they to treat twelve patients by
the orthodox methods, he to treat
twelve by his. of course this challenge
was rejected, and equally of course
Its rejection was interpreted by the
thoughtless as an acknowledgment of'
i the superiority of Mesmer's treatment,
His rooms were thronged. His purse
waxed constautly lieai ler.
The treatment be gave wns such as :
to appeal vividly t'i the Imagination of
the pat-lent���In a word, to increase hi.
suggestibility. Suggestion, Indeed, was
Its root element, although Mestner failed or pretended to fail to recognize this
and taught that its efficacy depended
upon tbe effluence of a mysterious
fluid, in a room dimly lighted and
bung with mirrors tbe patients were
seated about a circular vat of con
Biderable size covered with a lid and :
containing various chemicals. A long
cord connected tbe patients with on.
another, while in the lid of tbe tub
.were several boles, through each ol
which passed nn irun rod bent In such
a wr.y tiiat iis poinl could be applied
t:> any part of a patient's body. The
patients were requested not to speak
the only sound in the room being
strain.'- of sofl music. When expectancy was at Its flood Mestner would en
ter clad iu the rob ��� of a magician and
carrying an Iron waml. ,\i nne patient
be would ...i.e intently, and another he
would stroke gently with his wand.
Soon some would burst Into laughter,
others Into tears, while niii others
would fall into convulsions, finally
passing Into a lethargic state, out of
whicb, it Is ''lain,ed, they emerged
cured or on the highroad to a cure.
Occasionally the treatment was given
outdoors, a tree being "magnetized"
nnd the patieul collapsing in a swoon
so soon as lie approached it.���Apple-
ton's Magazine
INSURANCE
against Fire
and
Ass urance
in Keai Estate investments
consult
WHITE & SHILES
260 Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
"" '    *��� "f-\'����J.
teen with -atln border,,, an .Ij
"��� " the ,-���;
sum, Cikiii and Scalene, regular vai-   Beveral prices -,, select fm
lies $4.50 in  $6.50,   reduced price  HOT.    Jb'50' *9'50'J'^.M and $27.50,
���:"-"$375- Crib Quilts and ComforJ
  l"   the
SSe  hav'   ""���'   no* i" a nrknl
"l/" an<i Comfonetif
i $3.75 and J ���
Tl"'   Q ' ���' C      ,���. ,
fane;      kiml ,       :..;...
$1.25, $1.50, $2.00 and $2.25.
Linen Table Sets
A   ie v,    ��� nen ci nsle
large size T;   e Covers with at
Dinner N's ���,:, will bild
. 1    Up  the I :.:���-[
buying  llnei lie besl audi
.ears ol   ervici   eceived In ibeiiJ
will pro',. ,.|
un li*.     (I'll   ; ' . ��� ...... M,;ie
$8.25, $10.75 to $'4.00.
Velvet and Satin Tapestrj
, Covers
In the search for Xmas gifts cur
Neckwear Departmenl will tiii man.
wants.
PERFUMES
GALORE!
All the Leading Lines, put
up in suitable packages for
Xmas Presents
New Lace Ties in a range i l prices
New Lace Collars Narrow Neck Col-
ALSO
BRUSH and COMB CASES
TRAVELING SETS
TOILET SETS, Etc., etc.
A good supply at
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
A new loi ol ne Tabled
ers   receive! ..-      The;
i'i handsome col i Ings of satin i_(
So  many   customers   remark   upon   Tapestry  and I Cambridge j
the  largness of our  display,                 Oxford covers relvetcoTenl
i.' barmoniotn -   Special)
ties and anj one I these will pleJ
which  are  easy  on  the  purs".     White   aa  ;,   Kjf:       |-;,lCh  $3,75,   $5.00.
Cream and Ecru In color.    Eacb 25c to   $��.75 and $9.00.
$3.00 In price. Our  Hou ���   |        bins Depart
will  furnish a h in Ire l and oae j
\ireat.de  articli -  ��hli b the pra
ars  in   Oriental   and   Guipure   Lacej jng 0f will meai   money spent tt|
Each 15c to $1.50;  Lace C dlara with   best advantagi
long   lace   fronts  or   talis.     Each  50c ' '
ti  $2.50; Shoulder Collars and Frontsipiajij   gij/J    Drpcfjpn
A  Neck   Rii I om
designs  In  thi -��� ns wlll "*���
Chiffon Collars In Xnvei and Staple   yvoman ,������ y0ung   . I.    OurrepJ
Styles and the range of prices ls large.   tlon of nav|ng ���..  _ewesi ���   <__|
Wiih a nice dress a collar la the finish-   the greatesl   .arle    i I shadi
Ing touch.    No woman can have too   held by careful   ttention tothenei
ol this departmenl     Our Xmas
ing is complete lines from!
iiaineii baly Rii tying pMf
at 2 yds. for 5c. ���> > widtbti
Other values from 25c to 75c In all   Plaid  and   Dresden   Ribbot   ..'I'|
colors without boxes, per yard.
in    a   variety of I.ace-.
$3.5C;
Each  SOc to
manv.
They are appreclati d al all
times.     Our  collars  are   sold   In   individual  l.oxes from  75c   to $3.50.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
.m
Endless colors, endless varieties,
endless shapes
visit our stock in search of holiday footwear.
Remember the only place you can buy the famous
"Dr. Jaeger's" Slippers.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
dshios are quickly
Quickly made fr.'i
ended.
Life's most desir/ible pleasures cosl
the least.
Sorrows of life enable us to apprecl-
Extra help, extra stock, extra values await those who ate thl! Joys **>***>
It's easy to tall, philosophically il
you are not personally interested.
Instead of trying to beat bis record
the average man should try to forget
it.
Most of the things we learn from experience come under the bend of com
pulsory education.
It has been observed that the average
man Is never so happy as when he la
posing as a critic.
Don't forget thnt the brownsfone
front usually depends on a homely
brick rear for support.
If sympathy could be converted lnk
cash,   it's   doughnuts   to   fudge   tlien
wouldn't be so much of lt wasted.
Chicago News'.
W.E, SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Store
1906���1907
Christmas Greeting
We beg to thank our numerous real estate and general clients for il"::
pasl patronage, and to express the hope thai relations thai hnve been so
unusually pleasanl and satisfactory may be continued during the ensuing
year, We have done a large volume of business wiih the public during
ihe year now closing, Involving some large real estate transfers, Man.
of these deals were with clients who have heen business friends for year-',
and many new accounts have heen opened with people sen! to us by satisfied clients. To those who read Ihis card of thanks, and who are nol
clients of ours ,we can safely promise satisfactory business relations If o1"
services as real estate, financial and insurance experts are employed We
extend  to all  our  best   wishes for a   Happy   and   Prosperous   New  Yeai'-
F. J. HART &  CO., Ltd. ;nd Section
���LUME 1, NUMBER 246
Pages 9-12
MORNING, DECEMBER 22. 1906.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
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ning as follows: 4d chains north, in
chains west, 40 chains north, 40 chains
east, 10 dun'iis north, 40 chains east,
120 chains to poinl of commencement
\n. 18���Commencing at a post planted about 20 chains south of posi of
Claim No. 17, running us :< Hows: 10
chains west, 80 rin.ins south, 40 chains
west, su chains - ��� ith, 10 chains < usi.
then along shore to point of com
mencement.
No. 19   i 'ommem lng al a post plant-
mou in i
��� 'li. h
rn !. si 'ina ! a ioui eight milt - Bouth
of Kill.' da Ann. running as follows: Ifl
, chains east, vm chains noi th, 10 chains
east, 10 chains north, 80 i hains (vest,
120 chains south, to poi I ��� : commem emenl
Locati i N  '.-. '   1906.
Li   ai    . WM, MOODY, D.D.S.,
! ' r .'���" : a. Vi nd
1    Nov, 24, ! 06.
'��� I about dfte mile up from I hi   i
' :  Deer Ci eek, on Devast  I
; coll        an   Hospital,   which  is now loo small for the needs of tie  sro'A ���:::   __-���
new budding were described In the D_ iy  News,  recently.
CHRISTMAS POINTERS
[WHERE TO BUY    =====    WHAT TO EUY
TIMBER   NOT.CES.
M      ��� ���      . ;���:  thai 30 days
,    ..  '    :   it.i ad ���'   .....   ti   the
��� .. ���     ��� 'ommissioni i   i :'   hands
Notice Is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to aj pi; to the
Chief Commissioner of Lan Is an I
Works for a license to cut nnd carr;
away timber from the following di
scribed lands:
1. Commencing at a post marked
W. .M.'s S.E, Corner, planted cu the
north bank of the Kildala river, about
two miles up from the mouth, running as follows: 40 chains north, 160
chains    wesi,    40   chains   south,    160
j chains easl to point of commencement, containing 640 acre-, more or
less.
2. Commencing at t: post marked
\Y. M's  S.W".  Corner, planted  on  thel
Cii
imax
Sale
-OF-
Sensational Interest
-AT-
j,. ews rej.i esentati vi      mi n n -   bis   I
ni fin things ol !n*i rest  to Christi
sin - ���
&'-.po'ii_m. eties from the common i aj toi ���  e:
te.-  thai  he has more pensive meerchum.    Mr. Quoy makes
i |e he did at  his a
���   .- :.:. and be at- i    also a   well
��� the extra well tobacco   ��� " ii la������   and   cigarette  hold-
a i arrying.    This ei -
;ing   a   specialty
- lor a special   id nsi  to i ul   north bank of the Kildala river, about
and   ...... awa.   timbei  :   m the foi  two miles up from the mouth, running
lowiag     ���    ribed   lan-.s,   situated   on   as follows: 4u chains north, 120 chains ;
Kildala Arm, Coast District, B.C. .east. .0 chains south, 40 chains west, j
on*.mei eing al ., pes' plant-   40  chains   north,   SO chains   west  to
point   of   commencement,   containing |
640 acres, more or less.
3. Commencing at a   post   marked
\Y.  M.'s N.E. Corner, planted on the
ed aboul  oi e n i'e from the head >-f
K   lal;   \. a.  i -. the -  nth . ank of the
Arm, ; .:.:.. ig    -   follow s:   80 < hains
pecia!It\ of G. D. B. pipes.    There  .uuth    0 chains i    t, 80 chains north
chosen  assortment of t0 shore, then al mg shore to point of [north bank of the Kildala river, about
commen ement. j five   and a   half   miles  up  the river
No  ���        mmenclng at a pos: plant-  from the mouth, running as follows:
ed        it om   mile up Pall  creek, on   io chains south, 160 chains west, 40
"i"'  thing   wh isekeei irs  the east   bank  ol  creek,  running a.. | chains north, 160 chains eaBt to point
I   pictures which   sl    i'i   rememli
is
��� , |l homes and   ii   kee; - In stcx ���   the
....      ;' c and ii'T'i'ic-   apple  cider which
at  25c and  30c   ��� aki -  to hon ���������   .
an ��� - In great   manufactured.
t e an.   kin i di sir-
- one  ver)  tasty
i ass rte I sizes
. -:   Pai Isian   fa I
��� ad\  caughl r-
Mr,   Quo.   follows:   SO   chains   east,   V|i  clu,ins  of    commencement,    containing   1140
1    ���     .0 1 hains west, nn re < r less, to  acres, more or less.
then  along  creek  to  point of     4, Commeiicing   at  a   post  marked
W.  M.'s N.\V. Corner, planted on the
.   oici  '  :ii and ot
..  ng  like  t. :
:   em eat   is
li -1 *'
Crake's  Jewellery.
F. Cra*ke Is  ma int   .   - eciatty for
Christmas    I S   ith Bend
a .'.'.,-     Thei ���  ��� nt timi   pieces
..   ��� . ;   .... , eptable 1 resent I ot   ; .        I miles up Di la Rivi r from II
.  .  , ,-. . _. ��� - ...... :i.    They   mou    , on  tin   north  bank of river
.       ... a
���   :  ������-.
'���-. n,
a-', :
.   3 a fa
���
15c to
B
range in      . ��� 1 $10."
timi   : lei es an ���   -
I and thi
rati   ���::. ������  �� hi :.  '
: ���  0   [ laced in
No   9���Commencing al post planted north bank of the Kildala river, about
. 11 one mile up Pall ���.'reek, on easl live and a half miles up the river from
,,:.:. of crei     joining No. 8 <'aim on (he   mouth,   running as follows:   160
ae,   running   as   follows:   100 chains east,   4n   chains   south,   160
th.    10   chains   west,   160 chains  west, 40 chains north to point
chains north,  '���' chains easl to point of   commencement,    containing    640
��� ��� .  ��� .m :.'. . res, more or less,
nclngat post planted (Locator) WILLIAM MOODY.
jier Frank Vandall, Agent.
:    .       on  tin
.    follows:   in   chains
Lhi a
,1 ning
Thi bi
tested by
��� ' ���' ''���"'      en      :.   ���. .��� ; '11 poinl oi commen 1
is accn   menl
.    loi It ol
Th
$6.50  up.
. ���    -
n ���
A special
I ��� - was
sent to ':.    South Bend facl
1 ,       :i  ' in: ectiou A altei
. ���    nan es edii ���     '   !'
Mr.  Crake has also 1        ���       ���    '
.    an 1    '  ���    ���       ��� -   '     -���������������
���   nami nd ��� ���     '  ��� * -
lainsWth, 120 chains ea.        Notice is hereby given   that   thirty
10 chains      ith. more or less, to river,  da>'a after   date ' lnt*nd t0 aPP'>' "'
the Hon. chief Commissioner of Lands
.and Works for a  license to cut and
carry away timber from the following,
le icri ' I    lands,    situated     in     the
Skeena district, on Copper river, aboul
2 1-2 miles up irom the mouth:
No. 1       1    a ��� ncing ai po t plant
aboui C      ���     iji from the mouth, on
1 ... ni uf Dala River, running
. hains uorth, SO chains
a    north  .ui :  SO chains No. l.   Commencing al a post plant-
eas', Ij              outh, more or less, <o ed   on   the   southeast  corner  on   the
o:;g river to point of   oni- north   bank  ol* the river,  running as
.,,,.    ��� rollows:   SO chains nonh,  120  .hains
0 12   Con    encltigal .1 post plant- west, in (hains south, more 01 less to
��� ", i up from the mouth river, then along river to point of com-
'  River,   on   south   bank, mencement,                                            j
No, 2.   Commencing at a post plant-
Fai
Fi," a ti re   Hous..
a
iws;  10 chains e.
120   1 hains   east,
10
40
���in.
I   Store
.    ���.
rep-
. ��� ���
:    ���,     are
other fan
Id ���     ���
"    '-''   e"Blns   ���al'   *u ed 2 1-2 mile- up from the mouth on
������"''' '���'' '''*"'��� ''' river' north bank of Copper river, running as
1,1   l'0'"1'   ,,: com f0)iOWB;    pi chains north, 80 chains
1 ast, in (hains north, in chain-  ��� ,1 I
���a   -    il a post planl ^0 chains south, more or less, to river,
el    111 tho head ol then along river to 1 olnl of ci mn ence-
1 ent, 1 ontalnlng 610 a res   more   01
hain        ith, 10 cl
Locator, WM. MOODY
Per Agent, Frank Vandall
1 ,,:ii In (lif Supreme Couri of Brilisli Columbia.
1 a nil i
I
lis n
I    ..
II
fls ���,
������  fesi      a  I
wind 'V-   an I
an l
J inch'    . a
ceiling.
���    'm  ;     l.i-i
..       ,....
' ' :; of fancy
a skete, corn-
1 'vol re eptai les
��� ' as ornate
n as dainties
111! other nuts   if
evi ted to tbe
Program
- in many varl-
hi :;;���
iiii    1
��� ��� ,..;, looking ���:        '    '
;,,.,   1  new   ! abj   In '1 mn
neglect I
���"    ���   '       ID 'r!l   :'
are  also   child r< '< '���'���
..1,en  chaii ' ���   '   ���     '"'
1 hairs  In  endi'        ��� ' '       M '  PriCe*
There are  the  .tun
:.,::>   designs,  an                     would
gladden the hearl -
There is also an excel enl 1 ation
of fancy and  plain mil
1 wi le
range of prices.    Pan
n.no 1 .as for home de
be purchased, and form
��� n 1 mu-  gifl   to al
��� he artistic In   hi me  th
1'Aya Uft;
rush
If you would not be ssuarnpad in the final
?$t your shopping done to-day.
No. 14    1 '   ' ; ''
.,  e rrom the In ad
Kildala   Vi m, on  the noi th     1
ia chains north
iins s mth, 120
,      chains   south,    12
then along slum
,  1 nmmenccment,
��� planl
,   from   :." mouth j
1 east bank, run
vs:   80  chains east,   I"
, |,.m,. Dort!i, 10 chains east. 10 chains
1     ains east, 10 chains north,
.    , to river, then along rivei
lo poini oi commencement.
No ; ,      .. nmencing .it post, planted
,,',;���. a.    ,, ,. na 1 River, Coast Dis-
, ,k, running as foi-
.   vest, SO chains north,
a chains SOUtb, more
t~. |egl hen along river tc
olnl ol icement.
Ni,  1 encing at a post plan:-
,,'(1|1 .ank of lhe Kittimat
im   ,1,0111    reive miles south of Kit-
ry   inu'l n   Vim*.  <W>*i'e Gout
,.-. " Kildala Arm, run-
IN THE MATTER ol hi
Settled Estates Ai 1 and
amending Acts.
���AND I
IN THE MATT i.i'. Of    1 ���
title    to    part   ol    L(ol    I,
Block  ���'!. suburban lands.
New    Westmlnstei    City,
whereof     .lohn     Oswal I
Coulthard  Is  tenant   for
life   in    possession   and
Earnest i.arr Coulthard Is
tenant In tall.
Pursuant to the Order of the Honor-
aide Mr. Justice Morrison, sealed tenders addressed to .1. ,1. Cambridge, District Registrar of the Supreme Com;,
N'ew  Westminster, B, ('., will be received by I1I1I1 up to Saturday the 10th
day of January, 1907, for the purchase
of part of Lot one (1), Block Three
CD,  Suburban  lands, New Westminster City.    Tenders must he accompa.
nled   by a  certified  cheque for  Five
(5), per cent, of the amount tendered.
.1. P. HAMPTON BOLE.
Solicitor for Petitioner herein.
Jn. ...
HARVETS old STORE
TheBerea Wreckage Co.
having purchased from the Fraser River
Salvage Co. the large balance of Stock remaining over from the recent sale at
Harvey's old store, are now prepared to
all but GIVE AWAY the remainder.
Thrifty Shoppers, far and near, we appeal
to you!
The reductions on such fine goods are so
extraordinary that it would be folly to let
such an opportunity pass unnoticed.
Everyone has to, or should, be careful of
their dollars. Money saved is money earned.
Read below. It will pay you to read them
twice over.
Men's Suits $1.50 and up
Boys' Suits 75c
Men's Rain Coats $2.00
Men's Overcoats $3.00
Men's Sweaters 75c
Men's Trousers 55c
Neckwear 5c, Braces 15c
Men's Underwear 15c a garment
Men's Shoes 50c,    Boys' shoes 35c
Men's Hats 25c and 50c
Ladies' Shoes 50c,
Ladies' Blouses 25c,
Ladies' Coats $1.00
Ladies' Hats at your own price
Good Mouth Organs 5c
Remnants of all kinds
Make your own price
Ladies'* Children's Hose 4 for 25c
Handkerchiefs 5c,
i. Men's Collars 5c
White Shirts 20c
Fishermen's Twine
THE
Berea Wreckage Co.
Remember the place of sale :
Harvey's Old Stand on
Front St.
i :...
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IO
THE DAILY NEWS
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FORMS OF INSANITY.
I r. monitory     _t>iii|*fiiiiiM     Ity     Whlfh
Tbey  Hay n> Detected.
There are certain premonitory symp
toms iif the more prevalent forms of
Insanity that can he counted on, as a
general thing, as Infallible.
In paresis, whicb Is claiming its vie
Urns In tremendous numbers, there nrf
many physical signs that are almost
Incontrovertible.
The exaggerated twitching of the
facial muscles In conversation, the oc
caslonal tendency of the eye to turn ,
outward, the weakness of the legs. I
the liabilities* of all muscles, are preliminary symptoms that give warning
that a mail Is about to break down.
With the victim of mania���tlie maniac���the symptoms are often similar to
those fouud In melancholia, though
generally the disease gives the victim
nn appearance of great elation. The
eyes are abnormally bright, the features are alert and tense and an air ot
tremendous excitement Is apparent.
This Is from n constant fear that something Is about to happen.
Another form of insanity Is prevalent
among younger persons. Exeesslv.
strain, continual worry or trouble, al
lied io a weakened physical system,
are the causes. It manifests Itself
through ihe gradual loss of Bome faculty that lias I ii ail rlghl till now
The loss nf memory for details Is an
alarming sympi.uu mid one that should
he given careful mul Immediate atten
Hon, The patient, it' taken ut the rlghl
time, iniiy he cured, Imt ii"t niter the
The Rig
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WARM CLOTHES, CHRISTMAS GOODS and GRAND VALUES
are the triple attractions at Richmond's, The Right House.   Only
a few more days left in which to make your Christmas selections.
Begin to-day, and save the worry of the last few days.
This Store is full of Christmas gift suggestions. The deciding on just the appropriate
thing is made easy here. Never have we shown such magnificent assortments, and never
have the values been better. Come and see for yourself, then you'll know why v/e are so
enthusiastic, then you'll know the "why" of the greatly increased business we arc
enjoying.
disease lias
it a firm held on him.
I'a ra in ila. which is a very prevalent
type nf Insanity, is nlmosl  Invariably
Indicated by a i uliarly self satisfied,
conceited express! n of countenance,
The patient iuse., sneers e iiiti'inptu
ously mid iii every way >ln>\vs llis tro
mendously "stage struck" condition.
He is absolutely controlled by the
"ego." Everything to him is "I. I, [,'
Tie Is a monomaniac wllh one set idea.
n single purpose. Iir. Graeme M, Hammond In New Vork World.
RICHMOND BROT HE
The Modern Clothiers      The Modern Clothiers
A PROPOSAL IN JAPAN.
rin in
l.miiiH    Custom    ot    Placing   ii
In nn Empty Flowerpot.
Old ciisiimis appear in be fast dlsap
pearlng in Japan, a fuel which cannot
be wondered at considering the childishness which lay at the root of many
of the most picturesque, but in some
of the Japanese islands the quaintest
marriage formalities ure observed.
In houses wherein reside oue or mor.
daughters of a marriageable age at,
empty flowerpot uf an ornamental character is encircled hy a ring ami sits
pended from the window or veranda
by three light chains.
The Juliets of Japan are, of course
as attractive to the Romeos as thosi
of other lands. Rut Instead of serenades hy moonlight and other delicate
ways of making an impression It 1s
etlquette for the Japanese lover to approach the dwelling of his lady bear
ing some choice plant in his hand
which he boldly, but, let us hope, .ever
ently
vase.
This takes place at u time when he '��
fully assured that both mother aud
daughter are at home, neither of whom
jjf course, is at all conscious that the
young man Is taking such a liberty
with the flowerpot outside their win
dow. This mi of placing a pretty
plant in tbe empty flowerpot Is equivn
lent to a formal proposal to the young
lady wbo dwae'.'.s within,
T'v.. youthful gardener, having set
tied his plant to his mind, retires, and
the lady Is free to act as she pleases
If he is the right man sho takes every
care ot* the gift, waters It and tends II
carefully with her own hands, that all
the world may see the donor Is accepted as a suitor. Hut if lie is not a
favorite or if stern parents object thc
poor plant Is torn from the vase and
the next morning lies limp and with
ered mi the veranda nr on the path
below.���Met 'all's Magazine.
umbia
Letter, anil   Po mi lit.
I believe the stolidity of the English
character and  Its implicit acceptance
of authority are due iu a large measure
to the fact that long lief ore It leaves!
tho spelling class it Is ready to believe
anything.   And this unquestioning attitude of mind  ls only  rendered  the
more hopeless when It comes to learn I
that in one case twelve ounces- make a
pound, in another ease It requires sixteen.   Indeed, If we had set ourselves
deliberately to stamp out  rational In-!
stlnets  and   tbe  habit of  logical and'
thoughtful Inquiry in the child  miud,
we probably  could not have devised
proceeds to plant in the empty    two   more  fiendish  instruments   than
our scheme of spelling on the one hand1
nnd of weights nnd measures on the
other.���London Mull.
I In.tamped   Letter-  In   .-iiirlanil.
Many people are unaware of the fact
thut tbe sender of au unstamped letter cau be proceeded against for the
postage. The moment a person posts
I nn unpaid letter he becomes a debtor
to the postoffice. If It Is refused by the
addressee the sender Is liable for the
postage. An enormous number of unstamped letters are posted every year
No record Is kept of tho exact number.
Many large firms give instructions nt
the postofiice that unstamped letters
are not to be delivered to them. They
are thou returned to the senders, and
In the case of frequent offenders legal
. steps are taken.--Loudon Lady.
Diss u jut in is ii Tempter.
A pompous Chicago merchant, arro
gantly carrying the sign; of his pros
perity about him, accosted an acquaintance of his wbo C inducts u successfu
rescue mission and said:
"James, I'd like t:> aitend one of youi
meetings."
"Certainly," rejoined the minister
"but leave your watch and diamond'
with the hotel clerk."
"������"That?" asked the merchant in us
totlisbmelit.   "Are lint the men nf youi
mission converted thieves."
"True." answered the mission leadei
softly, "but, Qeorge, you look so easy
and wholesome. Really, I don't wani
my men to regret that they promised
me never to steal again."
Her Simplicity.
A silly little lady had a husband, u
lover of gnyety, who was inclined to
neglect his wife. This lady while
spending the winter In Devonshire said
cue day at the country postoffice!
"Dear me, what a silly mistake you
postoffice people have made."
"How, madam'." asked the clerk.
"Why," she explained, with a titter,
"here I have just got a letter from my
husband, who Is working hard in London, and the envelope Is postmarked
Monte Carlo."   London Queen,
COME III 10 INSPECT OUR LARGE
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Christmas
Goods
just arrived and including
Diamond Rings
Watches
Jewelery
Beautiful Gift
Umbrellas
Jewel Cases
AND
Novelties
of all kinds
fp m��_��.-�� m *�� *�� ����� ��
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
J.HErNLI
Manu!   ture
Mai-t.factii. en. irt
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
Mineral Waters, Et-J
Aerated Waters.
Th�� Carruthers Manufacturing Co. I    Family Trad, �� specialty.
VANCOUVER.  B.C. !    TH-  113' ''     "" ^
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[Absolutely    PU R E
��� 15 I HE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   -   BY    -   THE
Prices Right.   No trouble to
show goods.
Easterbrook
OF   EBURNE
t C, CHAMBERLIN
THE JEWELER     Columbia Si.
A lady should never forget to say
Royal Columbian Hospital EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
  Foot of_4th Ave.  Cor. 16th  Street
Historic I'linr ntilin.
It was on 111., way to the battlefield
of riiarsalla tbat Caesar uttered the
famous saying to the fishermen. He
had come down to Brlndlsl to cross to
Dyrrachlnm and, finding no galley,
commanded the owner of a small sail
lng boat to put him across the Adriatic. On the voyage o violent storm
occurred, .'ind even tho experienced
mariners were terrified. But the great
eaptaln said: "Have no fear. You car
ry Caesar and his fortunes."
The Northern Snb_tl.iite,
"In  that  tropical  country,"  tb* re
turned traveler was explaining, "mosl
of tbe houses ure constructed with an
inclosure In the center, which they cal!
the court."
"I see," said the hostess. "In oui
colder latitude the parlor Is general-,
used for that purpose."-Chicago Trlb
tire.
Cannes, the perfume making town ol
southern Prance, smells so powerfully
of flowers lu the busy season that vlf
'f.c>r<t nre often afll'cted with a flow*
headache.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned, and marked "Tenders for
Supplies," up to 1 p.m., Saturday, I)"-
cember 29th, 1906, for supplying the
hospital from 1st January, 1907, to
31st December, 1907, with the following articles:
Dread,  white   and   brown.
Beef; i
Mutton;
Milk;
Drugs;
Groceries;
Wood, slabs, per cord;
Coal, washed nut;
Fish; j
Funerals;
Detailed  lists   of  drugs,   groceries,
i beef, mutton, and fish can be obtain'
",| ed at the hospital.
.Neither the lowest, or any tender
necessarily accepted.
Samples of the groceries and all in-
fcrmation obtainable on application
to the Lady Superintendent at tho
hospital,
W. H. KEARY,
Secretary, R. C. ii.
Xew Westminster, B. **.., Dec 20, 1906.
ifj'-lth Ave.   Cor. 16th   Street
\kw Westminster, B, C.
nd.
All
work.
Ship and
a specialty.
Estimates
nished.
of Ship repair
Scow   Building
promptly fur-
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth stre.t, New
Westminster, B.C.
I IVI PE R I A L
when she wants too obtain the very best Fl ��ur
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastry.'
Try It
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for  Terminal, and see that you get it.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
fans, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, win nnd cable:, of all kinds
nnd sizes, House wiring. Motor installing i ipci laity. All kinds of re-
paii    :   ' mptly attended to.
J. mrBY, Proprielor
PHONE 204.
V.
The Easterbrook Milling
McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents-
122 Front St. DEC. 22. 1906.
TBh DAILY NEWS
IRON
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TALK
is not needed to sell Westminster Real Estate. Prices speak for
themselves.   Common sense only is necessary     Westminster nmn
p foiteur4fwluable aszr ��ther ^y ofrSmS:
Some of us will wake up, in 1910, and find that we are rich; and
simply because we bought some of the snaps offered by McQuarrie
& Co. in 1906.   Procrastination is the thief of time.
OF I LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
,,a,v, on 6th St., just
city limits.    $1,100,
fcr terms.      Fineprop-
for      bdivision   or
[ket gardening, chicken
Lh or small fruit farm.
Orphanage
One acre hack of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford Si
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500.   Terms
$750 cash, hal. easv.
. 'it district,  I'
ilon,   10  acres  or
.   rles   planl ��� I
land; running
i   frame barn 30
.   e  an>l   co i
Snap  in Loi
Six   .   it ree I     nil I
$900,     .
v.   ini   lol    fo     ...   ..   i
'  " ell  . from $25.00 ��� i $:
a Royal   in'i !.._��� .   ���.
eve       .   i sized
EUREKA!
3 acres on 6th Avenue.
$850, half cash, balance
easy.
nr.
i":;i a< res, Burnaby Lake, $100 per
acre.
a i ���    .   ���.    2 .
160 acres, N'.i.. ', Bectlon 19, town-
���    pral-  ship   in,   Langley;    small   house,   ;;o
1 aQi     ' acres   cleared,    timber   value.I   $7.10.
Douh     tenement hon
ich house, wa ; ���
een    Fin t   ami   S        1
'   ��� cows an I   Fourth avenue, o    n
Mission Station;   $-.-Go, half ca
i.       . near    at    hand:   ,,   g .,..   ,...
[ .   i day; aboul 100
. .. iar, never been      SO acres,   i ������ ���   ....  \ . .,
> ed   fi r   standing   l0 a'   "'  ' :" ired, good
. mse 16 x 24;  hen   "'*"������>��� . : '" I'.-too, i. ill
,        ewe I timber laid In   i:l 'l!'"' ' I   ���     i < ma ile
\ chance of a lite-  ���*'' '
a li. balance at e|     l50 acres Improved land
.'.i    heds i omple e, neai      ivei la!e
a '    .:  lei   ��� ,'. .a.   $15,000.     II
c tn   h ii. lie   this,   I m I    lela      It's  a
��� ��� ��� in        in .-.-���' :
���ii   2, $45 , Se i-
550     '    ���' .-. $55
���""    '       '      la    uotid;
iti ':..   P  '   Iti e'  Bi
ne and
Price  $1,500,  one-third  cash,  balance
at 7 per cent.
I68 acres, Coquitlam, 1" acres clear
ed, near Black's ranch, $2,000.
|e Greatest Snap, bar
none, in the city.
[jl.3.0 yesterdayi today $1,600
mse 7 rooms ;  store
fct; 13-1 acres. $1,600
ihe whole lot.
160 a ires, Langh   . ."    nd     cull
tion; ���   : irn       ed      ���(     ill in
good   repair;   a  snap   it   $3,000, half house cost $2,500 when built, 20 acres
CMi'^ ch .     .     Price only $3,000, half cash,
a
igen   .      s and 10 acre blocks in Surrey, three
miles from the rive;, $10 per acre.
One hundred and sixty acres X. VV.
Vi.  S��e.    15, Township 11. two miles
from   Fori   Langley,   5   acres  slashed, J
Xo.  I liuid      Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent. '
Interest,
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
'/i Sec. 2.5, Township 16, 2'a milew
from Abbotsford. creek running
through, "iii acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, 1-3 cash
balance on time.
Ten acres in Lot 46., one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
Does Jt Pay?
I'-1'acres, lu ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable 30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. 0nly$1O
perac. and terms" easv at
that.
WINGLESS BIRDS.
 4
���*������<'    Animal    Mdlttaa    Thai     Ira
Posad in   ><���>'  /..uiuml.
A" official rt the Smithsonian insti-
tutlon was recently speaking of some
of the wingless birds of New Zealand, i
"Those   wingless   birds   bave   always
been of especial  Interest  t'i  me."  be
Mild.    "Nonh,Ti,   ,���'.,.   than   in   their
native land could tbey hav survived, i
for that Is (he only land In which uo!
destructive annuals are to be found, j
Being   unable   to   fly.   they   could   not '
have escaped  from  swift hiititln��{ uul- i
mall, If any  there had been.   Aud In !
this connection lt ls Interesting to note
that Iti all probability the knkupo, or
great ground parrot; once had the use
of Its wings,  but.  Mug n  grass seed j
feeder and finding no enemies on the
ground, It In a process of evolution lost .
Its  ability   to  fly,   though   able  to  run
very swiftly.   These birds are so gen-1
tie and so unconscious of having any
enemies tbat if a person sit down near'
one It will presently tuck Its head uu- I
dor its  wing and  go to sleep.    They
only breed once In two years, and the
mother  bird carefully hides the nest
from   her   mate,   though   why   Is   not
known.
"The weka, or wood ben, is another
���pecially   Interesting   species   of   tha
wingless   birds.    These   birds   unite   for
llfe ami take turn aboul In bat iblnf
and watching tbe brood, Due of the
pair is never absent from the m'st, tht
one on duty being supplied with food
by tbe other, There is something nl-
iii'ist human In the sight of a male
weka leading his family out for a
stroll mi the lii'in'h when the tide Is
low.
"Another Is the ron, which is dlstin
gulsbed by a remarkable beal;. lung,
slender and slightly curved. The roa,
like the kaka_)o, is a night bird, and Its
chief f I  is earthworms.   Its sight  Is
very poor, nnd it may often be seen
standing in the moonlight with the tip
of its beak resting upon the ground,
apparently listening or feeling for the
vibrations of a worm's movements,
The male of the roa does all the hatching, and the young birds come from
the shell with all their feathers, miniatures of their parents and with apparently all their Intelligence, as they
at once start out to search for food
and seem to require no Instruction as
to the best places to And it."-New
York Herald.
Xmas
Gifts..
Lowney's
Chocolates
Perfumes
Ebony   Goods
Etc., Etc.
..     Ranch, N'lckomekl,
30  x  133,   back  of h. mse, two fui   sized lo           m idem '     ���         i     md near Suthi id.mil's
\-              Columbia  St.    Rents Improvements,  Third  stre         tv ien mill, in Surrey;   good house, 6 acres
||:i.             lontb     Price   $1000, Fourih   and    Fifth    .    ..         $2,250, cleared;   mly $1,000, easy terms.
.n   six   months. $1,500 cash; good   nap iomed house, ill modern lmprove-
I                      gel a higher per                                          ,_,..,. ... - lo ation, corner of Fourthl    1%-storey  house,   six   rooms,  price
Two storied house, 7 rooms, bath,
sewer connections, all modern improvements, splendid locality, $2,800.
Terms arranged.
mej   than  11   p ir
dns Lake Commur,
only   $2..   per  acre.
I
ey, 5 acres cleare 1,
I m road     le, $1,800, half cash.
Pee on ':��� a    ���   ,;   p0r  cent., lub-
sale il
f "i    lots,   cleared   an I
a good specula
r  :n   post   office;
160 acres good  fai::. lan 1 in Delta,
ibout :;'_ miles fi  ra ri\ '". ne u Scot!
: i. $12 per acre;   i real goo i
rnforl ibi ��� home and   good
famil    residen ���������
Full   sized   ;"'. lvei :"   b '       Eighl :��� i.'iii'i    h iu3e . all    modern
'���'���" a   i ��� and   ' Price $2.3  , ,nvenience ��� on Carnarvon streetand
ich. sixth street, tw > storeys, $3,750.
1! iuse an 1 1 it   m Agnes street, two
���ai acres goi i I    i lan 1 in Surre.
i.   ' e houghi  :.   ���     '' $23 [ier acre, ., .Q0
in .   me-quai ��������� nee led, b ilanc
:u oae or two yeai at 7 per cen'.
$5,000,    one    half; $1,500, easy terms; near car line; centrally located.
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, S
rooms, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sixth
street, one block from post office,
rents at $30 per month, or for sale at
$4,500.
- ��� .-"'.l :��� ioms;  a real snap at
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Large I ,l  and  t�� , cottages on Co-,    Seven.roompJ housC| Seventh street
mm    i strei     Sapperl in.   Both reined | neaf  mh aye ^ g m
6i    acres   i:l    Pltl     NIead0WS'   ":i:'    '���  !:'"* ���' ' stod lot. $1,600.
?     per acre    On   '      1 cash, ba tm i      FJ, , cot| ;,      , . , two !ots on Flr��t
Price'    House,  eight rooms,  on St. George
street,   corner   Fourth,   $2,506;    easy
terms.
One and a half lots. Sapperton, just
offl'' imbia streel and Brunette, only      House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
$1,000.   Terms to be arranged. I street,  Sapperton;   rents for  $10  per
;���   :   ���    nl    '
$1,375,
i'i  it G i er cent,.   , I
Ize,   on   Agnes
nd fenced, ready
s, good speculation
Ho ise,    10   root)      P-_
Four, h   avenue   aa I   Severn
lowal street, $225.  $200a   -,,.,,���. , an   ,  ..
S   '" road, 15 acre ���
.  stables, etc.;
..-   i Q   ��n's  park.
.....,' $7,000.
RECORDS.
In the number if his titles the I'uke
of Atholl, with twenty-three, holds the
record.
The record beau for costliness is the
vanilla, which sells at $12 a pound retail.
The record for ham sandwich making
ls a thousand sandwiches In 11 hours
25 minutes.
The record lodging house Is one for
pilgrims at Mecca, which accommodates 0,000 persons.
The record steam heating apparatus
cost $18ii,noo. It Is that which heats
the 11,000 rooms of tlie Vatican.
The record soprano voice was Lu-
crezia Agujardl's. This lady, who diet
In 17S3, could easily strike C In altissl-
mo.
The record for millionaire houest.t
was held by the late Charles T.
Verkes, wbo, on recovering bis fortune
after his failure, repaid the claims of
all his old creditors with 0 per cent
compound interest.
A Pleasure to Show
Goods at
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
SHIP YOUR
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DOMINION EXPRESS CO.
��� 60 teres   ill fen ie I, ready for cul-
livation,  --"'I  water, half  mile  from      Three acres, Xorth Arm roa 1, near
$30 per acre, $1,000
'   Sixth  avenues,
��� ���'. eight rooms, all
' ken house, full
.  $1,000  cash,
'   lauds,  near
;. hool,   ill read) :' ir cultivation,    at
fhilliwa :���;. $75 | >r acre.
6.00, :.      cash, balance easy.
10   a          l .. $7  per  acre;
i    nller p trtlculars.
... -   of   an   acre   and
i |Se   m Colum i   itreet, Sapperton.
Meads, $.25.
I, $20 ;n
. re
''���
���   100,  11_ ai ire.
ivi nue, $1,150
lo you t
'      paying rent.
LOTS     LOTS     LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city 'or
/��� irn $50 t'> $3.00 l.
See us immediately, lell
us where you wani a loi
and we can supply.
.   ..   me mile from  Hunting-
70 - in grass, 13 acres
, ,.-, . |   md  ���' ���      ho ise and  barn
$_,-   '; good i ��������� I along one side; ,
a . ilf cash, balance'
Just Look!
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $ 1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
" $50
til ,;...  . ,,,,._.���   ��� a percent     Rea-I     160 aires In Surrey, near Brown &
iwner's wife Is in I Coulthard's ranch. $7 per acre;  good
(.|  h. .   ���      ,, | ; g0 to .i cold [terms;   fruit  lands;   see  us for   par-
. lint r '
Mr.  -Iowella  ami  the   Poet.
A person called upon a certain editor
of the Atlantic Monthly of the name of
William Dean Ilowells aud, producing
a poem and courteous note of declination, Indignantly demanded anexplana
tion.
"Do you mean to intimate that this
is uot a good poem?" be challenged.
"By no means," hastily rsmonstratel
Mr. Ilowells; "1 mink it is very good
indeed."
"Then why"- in a somewhat mollified
tone���"do you decline it? I consider it
the best I have ever written."
"Ah. well," said Mr, Ilowells, "after
all. we have very t't'.w differences oi
opinion. Do you know," he added In
his gentlest voice, "I have long regarded it as the best that Tennyson has
ever written." ��� George Harvey In
North American Review.
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When the tide alters its direction thu
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Hear Child���I thought you were. I
heard my mamma say that you were
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A man most always puts the t'inht shoe
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CHRISTMAS
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FURIES IN THE ARENA.
nun In Jai>��u.
Describing �� wrestling match between women In Japan, a writer says:
'The wrestlers arranged themselves in
two sides, each led by n captain. They
sat cross legged around the platform
In the dirt, all bui the two chosen to
begin, who advanced Into the center
with the umpire. They squatted upon
their feel and bowed to earh other
slowly and solemnly. Politeness thus
being fulfilled, tbey stood up again and
bent over opposite one another like
two gamecocks, watching intently for
o chance to seize an advantage. During the preliminaries the audience was
tense with expectation. Then suddenly
the women sprang, hissing at each
other furiously and gnashing their j
teeth, at Brsl by simulating ferocity to
spur themselves up to greater excite
ment, but, ofter a few clutches, lu
deadly feminine earnest, the umpire
meanwhile buzzing close to them as
they swayed around the narrow ring.
"Any and nil holds seemed fair means
t,i the rm! nf pushing a combatant over
ihe   edge.    S luietimi ���-   n ith   fl   clean
throw one womau landed her opponent
sprawling, in tl e inlilst nf her friend-,
'ibis was tii- signal 11 .  the umpire : ���;
begin, 'Illtotsu, futafsu,  mitsti, yotsu,
Itsusu' o'i"'. two. three, four, live), in j
a series of Irregular aud tl sc itiueet ������! ,
stj . 'tii-,-.  ninl  before be ce ised i unit
In:  another wrestler  fi un  iia- I    ��� '
-uh- Jumped up t" meet  ti ������ ' ban.;
whn sto al panting, hissiug nud splttii ���'
lib" a boiling kill.'' ia i.i i i'i.'. r of t!
arena.
"This   time  ther.'   wi re   n ���  pre]
inirii's.    .\   '���. Ud rtls',. i.i il like two f '
rles or  tw i be   I    the  vv u i u  ��������� ��� '
struggling again.   Some ttffei ted i|ti
clutches, some lu ket] tlielr nd. '���.'-    .
in tbeir arms mid sli  i : t ten k still f ilit full  Ave minutes.    Some picked up
their  ni'!' ments   nlni    t   nt   on re  untl
threw tbem bodily over the ring, whiie I
others rolled mer w Ith tbem."���Chicago i
News.
AMERICAN ART.
Thr Way ytru of Meaua ,M��y Promote
Km Advancement.
lt  is an  encouraging theory that all \
Important  art epochs  have  been  pre- |
ceded  by epochs of great  wealth, and
lt may well be that thrf present multi  i
plication of large fortunes will be the
foundation   Of  fl   more  ideal   condition
of society, affording, as these fortunes
do,  tbe  support  of  extensive  artlstit
undertakings,  as did  those  of  Genoa
and Venice.   And while it would lie In
sensate folly to fill our museums exclusively with work by Americans, it Is
more and more to be expected that our
artiRts will profit by the showing they
make in such collections as the comparative exhibition of a few years ago.
in which they held their own with foreign masters of the same departments.
The   first    way.   therefore,   to   help
American art is to buy worthy pictures
by American artists.   Our rich  men
particularly   our  new   recruits   in   this
class���should bear In mind that an exhibition of.   let   us say.  the Society  of
American Artists, has as high u stand
��rd of admittance as the Paris Salon
nnd is likely to contain less trash, and
that, purely as a matter of Investment,
to   urge   iiii  higher  motive,   it   pays  to
buy the best American work.
Another way for those who wish by
their wealth to add to the pleasure of
their countrymen is to give or bequeath
n portion of it to a museum for the en
couragement of native art, and to be
of the highest efficiency such a benefaction should be without condition. Jt
ls said that in Huston it is not respectable to die without making n bequest to
Harvard university or the .Museum of
Art. Certainly that city has an enviable reputation for the unceasing, ever
vigilant civic pride and solidarity that
made Emerson exclaim of It, "Thou
darling town of ours:"- Century.
n
Last Call But One
BUY   YOUR
CANDIES
Cracker Bonbons
AND
Presentation Pipes
AT
L
Purdy's
The   Store   with   thc
White   Front
NEXT  TO  THE  TRAM  OFFICE
!
Inter-urnan   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p,
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ens will
.-an from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m, to ll p m,
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Hot ween 12 and _ and 5 and 7.
:
30 Minute Service during re- 2
mainder of day. Transfer at J
Leopold Place. j
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be-
tween 8 a.m, and 11 p m,
Sappert.il  Line.
15 Minute Service from G.25 a.
in. to   11   p.n,
12 antl 2, an
which hours thc service will be J
half-hourly. ���
Sunday Service   flair-hourly ;>e. ���
twei n 8.30 a.m. and 11  p.m. J
xcepl   between ���
and  :, during ��
The Jelin of  Bombay.
In no City in the world is there a
public vehicular system so irresponsible and so dangerous to human life as
In Bombay. Even were the gharry-
walla a jehu of ordinary Intelligence
the principle of alloAviug Europeans to
be chased by two or ihree gbarrywal-
las "sahlblng" for a fare would be an
affront to the civilized public of ibe
city. Bul the Bombay gharrywalla is
notoriously the most stupid Individual
to be found 011 the earth's surface,
while as n coachman he Is Ihe personification of cruelty to his horse uud of
disregard of the public safety. Bombay Gazette,
We Have
as usual, a nice assortment of
Xmas
Presents
Perfumes
Dressing  Cases
Hand Bags
Purses, the prettiest line ever'
shown in this city.
Collar and Cuff Boxes
Smokers' Sets
Glove and Handkerchief Eoxes,
and many novelties too numerous to mention.
CURTIS' Drug Store
A FIRST-CLASS HOME       LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY
82 acres of first-class  land, about  30 acre-   improved
excellent
bearing orchard, standard varieties of fruit- Teach. Apple, Pear,Plams.
Prunes, Walnuts: good dwelling house and outbuildings: centrally situated; good roads; Btore, telephone, post ofiice, sel I, el irch, all convenient; excellent transportation facilities.
Price  ���**��.>,200,  quarter cash, balance 6 per cent,
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
tmiuu
9
I British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd J
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1*4 * l ���*<���������������������������������+���*��*�����������
Not   In   lllx   I,Inc.
Smart I'm thinking of a trip abroad.
Knox Oh, come now.' You can't afford ihat. Viufi'c imi accustomed to
that sort of thing. Smart Iln. ha! I
simply snid I was thinking of it. I cap
afford to think, can't iv Knox���No.
That's whal I meant when 1 said you
were not accustomed to that sort of
thing.- Philadelphia Press,
SAfETY
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $4,500,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER, General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
rinlsliial  Product.
.Mrs. Uptnore tat bench show)���Look
at that bulldog! isn't be the most
hideous and repulsive creature you
ever saw? .Mr, Upmore (dog fancier)���
You bet be Is! He's a beauty!���Chicago Tribune.
RAZORS
S5.00 EACH.
CURTIS' mm
SPECTACLES A SPECIALTY.
PURE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection CoCOft
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Modallions. Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
". A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS' BANKING.
Every facility afforded  Farmers for  their banking  business.    Sales  Notes
cashed or tal;en  for collection.
BANKING  BV   -MAIL   -Deposits   may bo made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. it. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Slill.I.-II      ||,|f|p.
Tiresome fuller (after a long pause)
���At our club meeting the other day I
made a move - Miss Sharp (with sudden animation)���Oh, .Mr. Borelt, can
you?���Baltimore American.
Her  Arab-lion.
Elsie (aged five) -1 do hope some
Dutchman will marry me wheu I grow
up. Aunt Mary���Why, dear? fllsle-
'Cause I want to be a duchess.
The word  "Jew."  strictly speaklnj,
Eeaua t\ member of the tribe of .Tnd.ib.
Westminster Iron Words
GENERAL MACHINE ANU HiNUlNE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, i-l.i_.ii__ and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   iron   wora,  including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
CEGBIE tmUUlIT.
New Westminster. H. o. 474. j
BR YSON & SONS]
MESSRS. HARDMAN   &   BRYSON  having
now dissolved partnership, the business Wu'���
carried on as heretofore by BRYSONJ-J^L
UP-TO-DATE STOCKS OF
Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, TinM*
- Graniteware and Enamel Goods
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia *r.

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