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m-VKMBKK 13. IOO*.
10 CENTS 1'KK WEEK
IILLl'EACK WASTS
THE KING ED WARP
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j    ,_.,,-��� Meeting Dincuane- Provincia
i.ru Cemenl Sicirv/alkh
. I fl'";���-.; iv-
I.m;   Edward   foi e suitablt  iiisi
mill   ii   B6CUr<    0      In    "nam,      I
iii    then   riv.':    that   tin   Domlnloi
i    communlca    erec    substantia    buildine
ari   o    I Midi   o   appro clmi ������ 0.00'.. In i
Vukni     i   hllil
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wa
ii
���.. -un    in   housi     .in
;i'-i       \  i       i-
���    i   length
:    ii,   .In    I loan
a.-..       VI. I h<
. :��� ��� .     neonli
schemi hai    pei  endo    rl 1     ...  -,.
: O'    '���'      hoa   i     i.        am     ,
Vlili'l     van,, ,, |,     ...
in   resource!   o      laski   mi
kon     a  rorma   mn lm   endn ��� ;>,,
nmiit recommendatioi     v a     .,.,rsi ,      , ���,
:    .     ft     'ni- 'Jeli    Mel ioi    hai    beei   us m . .   ',
v' ''���  '   :     :       '    ' ;       :i;.        nn      , i,i,in,.
n ...i.'    b i wl I    in   ���   !, ftftjoi   i     :  beli   li    ��� i
��� ��� i   sen    i   :hi couvei   i boi      hi    dat<
,   a iard  o       .���'������ comn unii atlm    .,��� .   :
. ,     .ii poBSlhh ��� int.   boari    i      ade,   . _     ���������...    ...i.
had  beei Ins    hi     ia     ioi hi ii .
i   -    hi   ra ��� reeommi n ,.     n      hi > .
, :���     be. auB< pri .i mi i  ���   b<   mi li   ii    h m
:: . :     proi ' cana      ur nf    hi   com nj    rei        Thi
���   and lit  did con n   i       loi    . i ���
a, :  ;. rednc an     :  ���       . ��� un   .  ���
���    foi unite: thi     v ��� ri   n ���     i   .   .....   ioi
��   tl     thi     :..:     ���
������ .    -��� marks      Tv     ������:..:;
_ aia     :  ��� Hoi S. I    mai    tlinisti    of Pub
:. ��   ag .I. Vi. ��� ��� ���   ,, , .   v le ... i,.   ���..,.,   .
:.< er ln eonnet    m witl
:.      be of the rivei ��� ���.     hi   ,-, ne
B   :    -_���!     froin   .1    t.    Kl I .". ���,:,   ���   ,,..     .    |)8t
g an;   re Ine    his inflnenei   .    |   regan    i   ke
thi   flre Igt he Frasi    Rivi     w< ���.
Chilliwack   received and file
���   board  to en-j    At ihe reques   of thi     'esidei
| : ��� ..  intend to   J   Tra;,;. p.-, .<   a  -
:.  Govern-Ben.   trip to Ladnei   asi _. .h: \
���i Ige  should j Curtis and hi  had -    c as n    esei  i
lack to work >y��-1 tl ves of thi  board a   .'
|v-.��� " has  I'et-n ac-. attended a meetinj
P:l '������" ��� :��� i  :.::.'   pas.    the  proposed ������   ,      ,:.:      ...   . ;
';-' etactli meet   which  -*..-   ... ..-. .      Th<
-y' I   th.   members,   result of thi  meet Inj ;
th.   dredge re-   aoggestfOD w       * .?n   ,,.
��� lite bar Uuuh *er coBacll thai :p.
,:��� thej   law recently  ;.���.-..-* .  a..     >���>>. ..   far
&���' (.Iti  th.   po-   "*er arrange teems ������ tl    11
I ���   ���   was placed,   rallwaj compin;
I ��� en consulted     Tbi   \ ���,. t was    a
J ihat the gov-   '.'��� approved.
ked   for   a   se-       H   T.  Thrift   an.':  VV. R. . v,   ,
������ i be suitable   both granted fonto iw
ivack,   and   ihis; In   connection   witl     hi      m
othei speak-   question, ami  ihe lan.
of the  commit11 ���
Into the mattei  , I   h������ _ ill
ver channel.     \<:-  \i   n
granted   furthi i   i mi    ��Ith    ...
to   the   tramwaj   extension    .    Ml
side.
D   S.   Curtis   reported   hai Ing   .
pointed   Mess-.     Md   Howay,   .1    ll
i i   be    brought I Taylor  ami  John   Peck   tii at    a
-   would   havo at-1 committee to connect  with lhi
���    :a, gnitude     He   lection  of a   site   foi   Ihe   provlm   il
t feasible way out  university,     Tbe    Vancouvei    peo   ���
lo have two crews   won.  making  great   efforts  to obtain
Iredge, so thai   the location ol  the nnlversltj  al  Kit
'   ,. irk could  i ���   allano district, oi   .ailing  that, ii    Id
uce uf time,    in   ':|   Hastings  ha I  I ei n offereil     Ci n
'    ' irld, they  would   trai   Park  could   be counted   n  ai
��� Ige Idle tm   ! elug strictly n il of Ihe Hot ol   m
��� b ��� ntj four   ble   location,   alti gi   hei       He    I de '
was Using doae   thai   he  underst I   thai   lhe   Vlcdlll
the dredge al   universit    brand  In  . ��� t ;
a thai t tc   have d good ilea   to     . I nm
nt h    _   ild   '���'   h the selection ....
 ard ol    w& that 11     Wi
. ;���    ||   Gill ; ��� .. ��� Institu
ning    .ould   evi
���...        ; .  .        ' '
T.     .1.       .Iiii speech. 1
.  i   .���.    ,      lb      a - ' iat Aid. Iln
to send thi
int   '���'������
��� i       ii ��� i   .
and tbe ��� ���-'  : hat  a  i eso
there fo dd  be ed asking ': .
...       , ���
Lation      i Coin et during iming
'......-....������
ired of th      ��� ������ :
.  ,. ���      jjdev      .
ta ilon   os '1 :
. .    ���. ���        3evera     '        ������ lised
.... i- i issing   '' ��� .���
oard i*0	
-.,..   plde ���... . -    ���
Lining a se    ��** '     .don     ind     ey m _ ���
could   iol    ' * nt any _ h ��� ���     Bv
....   ���    the' ':''",' ",; ���   l   - "'���  ':    '
.        '   , "a    .'.  I
na m's fei      ��� ���     ...       ���        	
late,   ov:     ..    i ., .
een iged   Indeflm id  nol
���     . aa   ' ,        I        UIPPJ
ind  ex , ...' ���" I i the other
rr I \. , ' l ''I.'.
ia.. ��� ;   , i ;   , .   . ���   ���   ��� i a ������. nd
,,,,,     hi -  loar:   m ��� ��� .��� i      ���        ���     imcll'f
.���ii the iiom.   Pi' 'Posit    ii build cnm^.     ������ de ' ��� ���     "
i ��� ���,;, ,,.   i ������> i.ii    ;   jt ���,.. ���   during   ..<������    ���
'-OPT WESTERN METHODS
>dessa  Dec. 12.   On. of the mos daring rob- ,
o   recen   times ii   South  Russia was com- !
a   ;h<  Petersburge   International Hank thii
'moon whei i numb   of robben   -���med with i
m   h! entir< easl o   tiv hank.    Half a dozen !
irmei mei Buddenl; appeared at the counter, order-
'-'   h: clerte -> fchro*v u] thei   hands and shot the i
policemai 01 dut;     The; then rifled rh.' cash draw-
am  w of     A fore, o   Cossacks  was  speedily
mus ered pursuei    h<   robbers .md capture< fiv< 6
h;'"'  fl"    h< res go :* ���.��� wirl riv .-vm.--
CRISIS WILL BE
REACHED TO-DAY
Up  to   Last Night No Settlement of  Difficulty Between
France and The Vatican Had Been Arrived At
���Law Is Now Operative.
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:Si^crmcr. Sen A
Strong Memorial
���   i ���      attend) ���   n ��� etiui   o   ,; shi
ii ei   i a     .. en :    heli   ii    hi   Libera
oms    "    i 'hlcl     hi    problen
i 'hit      In    II die an..,    , .   .      a ,:r.
Tht   dial    wai   occupiei
' rii   De<    I:     fhi    la         grace It turn-  ou   tl      thi  papers seized
local chnrche.   in th.   ex     ��� ni  the  papal    nun latun      i   terday,
������"���       ���'������  law providing for the Be- placed In thi                    '   hands Im
i          church   nnd   state,  post- portant   evidence   which   may   provi
���'morrow   the measures embarrassing to the  \' I             open
 ment.    Th    I         Iiow- war ensues.    They tnclud          dlplo
���    I               ...        .... . ,.,     covering    the coi ree
-     the expulrion pondence before the rupture with the
 lay   of  M. i    Mont- Vatican:     recen'     instructions     from
'��� ���'���-���           ���  ���           C   -dlna! Merry del Vai, the papa
turi   :���    Pari retai         I  te    . mass of letters rrom
Pri           havt     '   ei        igun pre'.i'e- all over the world, and let-
���         -���      ,,,..... ���      in the handwriting of deputie   o!
-,H-      che    of St.   Pierre du Gro. *       : "       I       M. Jaures, the J_oclal-
���'""''   St    \m In, and S:   Roche, ;     leadei        erts in his paper that
whr-    th     ���      esistanc.   -    tl the   eized documents even prove the
taking   oi   tin   inventories  ocm- nspiracy.
ami li  has been decided Immediately Rome, Dec.   12.- -The Vatican   au-
ttj tak<  over the building    belonging thorltie    describe  tl        tlon   of  th.
careful i     'usslon  an'   i ai o de et   t<
a. i     oi    tl    ���'    ��� '  ���
[oiioti -��� bit
Th     Mil '..'.-    ..    vis. '|m    .������'.    i':..i-
' '    uml
., ns  ���   a.,,,.,,
form    ���   ���'""    tht    ' ��� ���   timi   ��� 'ill be
th<   sam<   botl   In ddi   am   oul ddi   the
 ''   "    till     '     Ri ���'"
(c   'i'1"1   thi  recommendatioi  -'   ui to thi   ecclesiastics, ito   ���'      ���  French  governm^ht   In  having   "Mgr.
;'"'       unequitabli   oi   ll    f I thi   el<        ������-'      as Irani   to thi Montapnini  accompanied  to the fron-
; '���'"""'   whi    wa    el ������'     ha    '���   discriminate!   agalns    ���*���     t priesthooi   '    fulfil  their military ob tier  by the police,  as being "an od
''���   Fishermen'!   assoch     Iden    whlti    ilshermai   t i   favo liga.ions, and   If  necessarj   treat   the lous action, showing a desire to infilci
'���   ensulni    ��� ���       -    Pet hi   li hi   epr    large clergj ai  ,"'':.' I        i   |      !     humlllat! n on those, who, I of
1   '   "'"���"���         ��� ������             ���-     majorlt    ������    hi   Bshermei   outstdi   -'������ Thi   ��� ���'��� sufficient demon tr tl i !    weakness   cannot  refallau "
' :'!-   memoria    wai   brough    moutl   ol   ht   Prase   River. tlon o   thi   spirit with which the go\ It  is  believed  even now that, not-
d   Tha   ;    hi   deptl  ������    hi   nt    : ernmenl  intends to meet  resistance withstanding the gravity of the eitua-
ti   bi  limitei   "������  suggest that '*''   ''m Thi   reception  ol     Premier   Clemen-1 tlon. Prance would nol find it difficult
bi not lesi   I Igl I   -���' eai'   Bpeech In the Chamber of I> to conciliate  the  Vatican if negotia-
this mor.   espeeiallj   i    hen   :      "*:     lasi  night, als     '   w    thai he tlons  wen    iperied.      Meanwhile,  all
no litnii ���'. tht  deptl n    hi  >  ''-,*' parlianleni ai his back.   Nfeverthe the Vatican forces hive been U-Oblll-
''���     api '��� ii   m    Clemenceau   was   careful to'zed   to   take part   in  the campaign.
"    T1"      '"    ; ""   ' ay that there still  was time for thi Even   Father Wernz,   the general   of ���
In -a.  .... ���   a meetinj   meshed aproi   to b<  lowered in fron: Catholics  to conform   with   the law. the  Jesuits, has  joined  the heiliger-
' ��� ���'��� '    Rshern      hi   Prase    ol   hi  trap will not prov. et&cl4n\ ro-      That fhe rani; and file of tbe liber- cuts.
heli    '���'             da    o   Decen     hi   Rsi   wil    remaii   congregated    latholics disapprove of the lntrans- The  last   Inst ructions  sent   to the
'""  '"   tht   |     ii   ..   ������ Idi        hi  vicinity ol the lien:" and lead and Igenl   attitude   of  the   authorities   a1 French clergy are. in substance, thai
���    ������'"''   ������     ht   Pisher;   Con     :|"    _<    ������ gemenl should  b<  oi Home. Is  evidenced  by the  fact  thai thej   are to  look  upon  the  situation
sioi   .    ...   ���,.:;���,   presenl                  dered   which   will   allow tht    flsl    tt th<   editor oi  the  Renaissance, Felix from   its  wrirsl   asriect  and   organize
������ ���   havt    -eai    ������   '   ��� -    -            b   o    hrough the trap, eithei bj Robin,  has filed with  Prefect   oi   Pi eligl             .ices,
'I    '.a     a       ...     aa.        ,,a,.l, ,. 1. ...Ita,,, I.      .-,...        ,,        ,,-       ,....l,l(;     ;,    ,.,|n I,���������,.,,     ������-,     a ]|plK'n 11 Oil .    lin'U'.        '
Pishi      Com         hrougl    ha   heart o   in anj othe public meetings law of 1881, for per- Misreport Corrected.
���   ���    '              -eceni    ������    ���       i    ������ '���      wa-   which   will   allow   the   hsh   frei mission to hold rettjjtoui   meetings in San  Pranclsdo   i'i-      iv    tn  report-
i ' ci           hi    ...:...���   ..      hi     ' ���������    escape i  !   the  churches      This   affords  thi ing  a  ftre  in  the  lumber district on
If]  That   in   the opinion  o    (he   ut     Sinjf"'    -n>   of  hope   in   the   (situation. | Dec. 7, it was erroneously stated tha!
-i:-".'1    '���        ���      m      i   , Tbr- Vigaro today says Aa't   Cardinal ; tin   t'nion   Lumber  Co., of this city,
Brown,  being   the  minoritj   reporl i     Richar    afchbish6p of Paris-, al  firs, suflered  a   severe   loss.     White   the
���   iv... Ion  is  "���     and eq '��� declfneU   to  approve   ot   M.   Rohln's I yards of the 1'uion Lumher Co., were
��� ���   bellevi   thi   suggt   tioi  action, but  thnt later he changed his threatened   the   fire   did    not    reach
 e i oi ���������  In- mind.    This amplication, if accepti I them,  and  the  company  suffered  no
���I   I.'-   ..    ���,. a.    ...     .   ���.
.    .... .���-..  ���   ���. .���......,
��� .  hi "��� ; u   di   o . o   ��� ���
..I hlS    [  :.,,���...
... ,..���   r..i a.    .,
he 0	
 ii   iminaiion
 r it is  ripprn. ed   bj    '        whati   -
Vt        'on  pra:   "   '   '"    ''' '      ' '   n"'.  will  legalizi   tl
will  matti    Such   holding  of rep." vice,  and  ven The Weather.
.-   CurtiB,   ��im
���   constant   de-
0  be senl   to
��� -.  was  ample
' ��� Igl   was 'unity
���   be I rough)
��� ���   government.
' irked  that  before
 ������ ���������        ��� ���     ���    .... ������   .    a.   close time and   der     unnecessary    any     proceedings       Pi   i Thursday.���Lower   main-
'"- ���      exists wh;        s above referred to ai    '���' arish  priest*   i     ili it    to    land     Ligl idi rate winds most-
e> i   "���     '���  .,"..', ������ ,,..,,    ���. morrow. Ij  cloudy   with lain tonight or Friday.
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ch wa .
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et
p>     .      ,.   ' .       ieing li       y wa;
��� ' ���  \ bod;   '.  ��� ���
s    " ���  lon by J. D.
......    o a close s'easoi
.-'��������� fa ���������      \iid. i
ed thai he hai eh
 -	
...    ��� v             ha   efTed
pen ��� -  ���������
thp H. C      ���    ���   ���   ������ - ���
I   to   I       ���"
he V    hing
i nif   tht    " '   '-��� ,''!-���
nol     ���   iiom    '' ���    petition
,   11.      .,       ju,]
*  i. Il|       11 ' ��� IIill il I  n I   *  nn    '
with rei ���     '���   ih   epl
,i,.,ai, mdi        " ���-'   read  1
��� "     and ctmshlera        I
���   I       '     ei|ne-m I     11 rlt er.
h     lelti ���    ;        	
ga rded a ���     fit
f Hu   I        Ion I  I	
natti     ��� '   ;"
nn '  ;' ��� ��� "'"������   'i    ' ���v    v"
gns   Munn   md   H    Ri        I It
,   ,    incliifl   i   I.   8   i  ",;     presi
 a ���     I    '     .Ilnthi   '   '
i    , ���  hn  ' ��� ""���
,���   '. i    a   Smith   "   I
.i    ,.ii   rraj.p   lan
9   C o 111 s t e i    '   "   f n
I'c.isn and the  U.  S,
The  K I         ' '''
, , veen fap   I (h ���
..,    -a.,    a ���
,.   , Hayashl   thai the
..  . ire  llm  Ini
���  the   \rm-'ricaii  go-
.. necessary Inl irm
enable ir ro arrive al
i   , ���  he trouble as soon as
j .. .v.    believed  thai  the
,,,,.,        ... ,.pinion in America was
..,.  ...���i  with the attitude
of the general movement, and that the
I states authorities would take
mtage of ibis opportunity lo re-
-.��� the federal constitution If ftaoh
. ���.... mnd to be necessary.
FATHER MUltS RIVfR        tASTIRN EAPIWUST IMTtO STATES SENATE
IHR SON'S REMAINS LOOKS EOR TIMRER IN CAUTIOUS MOOD
Fail   te   Find    Younn   Heay's   Bc^\���   American   Money to  be   Spent  in the   Does  not   Want to   Be   Mixed   up
Fear That  it  Has Drifted  cut
to  Gulf.
is gini ��� ��� on the I	
vl     di own   I  on Sal
.     ........   tht   t) ���
  ��� i ,.,    -.. i   ��� '��� i b
1"    -  I    an I  used   ol hi i   mi   a
'.- ei       f tin   ' " ''      "'...'
         n '       ' ������
  h ink ��� ' ���'������������   ���     '
������ '   tin   pur| - .       --':"    ��� '   ���
I  ln ill    ' ��� ���' I       rl    I   ,:
'  ' ���   la  light
  ari      ' Ni
'  iln
������'" ' he d
11 !   "' I his RSSlstMIlt           li
Mr. He a    s]   nl     grnl        I    h
read    n     : I      	
ha ��� '     ll    '   I by hi   I I ��������� '
li      il ���     v\'.   \   QUI  .   "
, .   ,.       r ih    boat gratl    and i   nun
���    -   I hers a 1   ii ffei id 1	
��� h li   I ....!..	
md    ti    '������ '���  he was boun '
 hei      ���       ' "    anxlo
I ���    ��� n ��� In     bul   teels  (hat   a
dl ii   has be m done, and h&i  :om
M       moltt lon that the  bodj   h
I  i'a  I  0U<  lflto the gulf or has
.... ; i item il below so that it cannot rise. Ile wishes In than!; all wh i
have assisted hlm. In any way. for
l''i'ii   kindness and sympathy.
The victim of the accident was a particularly brlghi lad, of 13 years, 2
months ami 10 days.    For some time
he was a  Bsenger boy in Vancouver.
He was very quick af school nnd was
a favorite with his teachers. It la
hoped for the sake of the family thai
the remains may yet he recovered.
so thai they may have the oportunity
Of layltfl them away in the family
grave,
West.���Share   May   Come   to
Fraser Valley.
Much in European
Affairs.
J.  Si   n '-'���  firm  oi  Bi
K- Si an! "    ���  Vlinni apolis  ��a
Itoi   tn   tl       :-     yesti   '���������     looking
ovei   th    pri   pects for Investmei ���
���'������ ' a I thi   '��� ������   ���     Mr   Sr a
a fin    which has $7"
,     .   hii | ii     id is interested ii
I    Industr;      He 1
...     Harrison Mills,    nd 1
lal  I    '���      er tl     '     Ifl    Lttmbei
       planl     I'   ��� ���  ��� I
Ing  :-   tin ... .   i '.      .    ���
conn   ���      esBed ol      ��� lunbl
i. .   limits In thi     Iclnlt;     I   !'
���
'���' prised at tho ]      I llll
"  '   I   '     11     ' blch  tv? hal
... |j ....
 I   not  i	
' els.     lie  had  an   ll I
with on,.      ���        ��� the influei tl '
I lent his cltj   who proci ��� b '
M'lf    ':'���       ��� ; I   th3   F  an    ��� :
' -;: lliti'    ah he Iim
......
��� ' tly ii
 ���   " an l n i Illy saw  the a I
��� ��� ' be' gn! I by havln \
located ai a fres h water port.
He Will rake a run up to Ila: ris m
and then will in all pro lability return
to Xew Westminster, an ! take another
look into things as they are. [I i will
also do considerable timi,er cruising
and invest in other limits in addition
to those already secured.
i
Japanese in Honolulu.
Honolulu, Dec, 12.-���It is stated here,
and It has been reported to the United States government at Washington,
that two regiments of Japanese, completely officered, are in Honolulu, disguised as laborers, Whether ihey
re arms I is not known.
Washington,  Dec.  12.���The   Unit, i
In executive si ssion to
ittfli i   hi   general .'.n <,-, th.   "���
legal     ol thi   i ower. represi   ted a I
'   "   which   mei  al    Uge
'    t April, to  lrafl  i treatj  con-
_   Morroccan    affairs,    Opi
tl     '        rats iomja ������   i ���'
"hni.ui  aisi laimlng
parti 'ipatton ol
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��� I   ' rgi   ''"ti   by Senate]
Cull llllnol     chali m n of the
' ' mlttee, thai  the
be . ��� from the ri
n or ratification.    The resolution
lopted    ead   In  parti   "Resolve I,
'   bis md of ratification, thai
(he senate un lerstands thai tl
of the L'nil ���! States in  the
a. i the   form i
ition of ihe general an I
n '   ��� whit h    resulted  thi
ivith tl.     ole  i ur] t
-ing its commen .. a' yi : ������.. :he protection of
the life, liberty and properly of Its
citizens residing In or travelling
through the country . nd aiding, by
its friendly offices and efforts, in re-
moving friction and controversy which
seemed to menace the peace between
powers signatory with the United
States to the treaty of 1880, all of
which are  on   terms  of amitv.
Umdon, Dec. 12.���Letters patent
were issued today, granting a constitution to the Transvaal. The terms
were fully outlined by Mr. Churchill.
ruder Secretary for the colonies, in
the House of Commons, July 31. h'E
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY
DEC.
SUGGESTIONS
BUYERS
For
XMAS
YOU  CAN'T, if you try, make more sensible or more acceptable
Christmas Gifts than a comfortable pair of SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
The Following Are Some of   the Lines We Are Offering For Our Xmas Buyers:
FOR   GENTLEMEN
Men's Finest Vici Kid Slippers, flexible soles, our best make ... .$2.50 a pair
Men's Finest chocolate color. Vici Kid, Opera-cut Slippers   1.75 "
Men's Opera-cut, Patent Kid, turn-sole Slippers, a dressy shoe... .2.00 "
Men's Chocolate Kid, elastic-side Nullifer, or Half-Congress Shoe 2.50 "
Men's Black Vici Kid Nullifer Shoe, very flexible soles 2.25 "
Men's Finest Felt Slippers,  with Rubberine,  waterproof  soles,
French make 1.00 "
Men's English, Fine Carpet Slippers, fleece lined and turn soles... 1.00 "
Men's ordinary, comfortable Carpet Slippers 50 "
FOR   LADIES
Ladies' best Patent Leather Slippers, for evening wear, all Amer-
can makes; some made with low, commonsense heels, others with high French heels $2.50 to $5.00 a pair
Ladies' medium quality Evening Slippers, made with one, two and
three straps; the best we can buy for the money, $1.25 to S2.00 a pair
Ladies' fur trimmed, high cut Romeo Slippers, all colors   1.50
Ladies' fur trimmed, high cut Romeo Slippers, English make I.oo
Ladies' Finest Felt French Slippers, Rubberine waterproof soles. 1.00
Ladies' Fine Corded Slippers, English make 90
FOR   MISSES   AND
CHILDREN
Misses' Felt Romeos, high cut Slippers, sizes 11 to 2 $1.25 a pah-
Child's   "         "             "           "       sizes 8 to 10    1.00   "
Child's red. fur trimmed Slippers, sizes 3 to 7 50   "
Child's soft sole Boots, all colors, lace and button 35c to 75c    "
The Christmas Money Expended Mere Will Not Be Wasted
JOHNSTON'S BIG SHOE HOUSE
Columbia Street,
New Westminster
THE KAISER THREATENS
HIS PARLIAMENT
Emperor   William    Will    Dissolv*   the
Reichstag  if Appreciation  for
Colonial   Force Is Cut
Down.
Berlin, Dec. 12.��� Emperor Willam
has authorized Chancellor Von Bue-
low to dissolve the Reichstag, and
er new elections, if the supplemen-
t iry appropiations asked for by th
government are not granted bj the
;i iu -������
The question of Reichstag appropriating enough money to maintain the
esent army in German Southwesl
Africa, the government holds i.i equivalent to the question whether the
colony shall be given up or retain-1.
An appeal to the country, it' necessary,
will be made on that issue, the government's position being that If the pre-
������ 'in garrison there is reduced from
12,000 ���') 2,500 men, as the centre par-
t.'. and extreme left say should
done, iin insurgent natives would obtain possession of the colony.
Featherston  Hanfjed.
S G. Featherstone, who was convicted rn' the murder of Mary Dalton,
al South Wellington, las* spring, was
banged at Victoria yesterday morning
by Hangman Radcllffe. The victim
went tu his death without any display
of weakness, after having protested
l,is Innocence of the murder of Mary
Dalton. The father and brother of
the murdered girl witnessed the exe-
i ntion.
Featherstone has left a lengthy document in the hands of Rev. Mr. Grundy, in which he Is supposed to have
made a statement in connection with
the crime.
An attempt was made to have Fea-
therstone's sentence commuted, tint
the following telegram was received
from Hon. A. II. Aylesworth, Minister
of Justice:
No sugestion of insanity indicated
In evidence and feel unable to Interfere.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R.  MAIN  LINE.
Leave N. W. 15.40; arr N. W. 11.35.
C.P.R.  MISSION' BRANCH
l-eave N. W. 8.30;  ar. Seattle 15.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N. W. 18.40.
C.P.R   WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
Leave N. W. 8.30, 10.3., 15.40, IT.';."..
Arrive N. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, IS.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
f_v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle i p.m
Lr. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R��� PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N. W. 9:35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
8:45 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m��� and ev.ry half hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m
From Chwk.  Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m
Itamona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. X a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER.
I'ransfer���
From N. W. daily, ex. Sal. aaJ Sun..
- p.m.;  Saturday, 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Add. trip Saturday, 5 p.m.
C.P.R. east, Sapperton, Millside and
Coquitlam      3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
Van. and Burnaby 3.30 p.m.   6.00 p.m.
G.N.R.  Flyer     4.00 p.m. 11.00 p.m.
TImberland, Tues
and Friday .   ...12.00m.     12.00m.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Co.st Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notii..-.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouvei
Nov. 22, Dec. !'. Dec. ... Jan. 9, 1907;
Jan. 22.
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Princess Victoria.
Leaves  Vancouver daily at 1   p.  m,
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer Queen   City.
Leaves N'ew Westminster at 7 a. m.
semi-weekly.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver dally except Rat
unlay and Sunday at 1:30 p. in. Sat,
urday at 2:30 p. tn.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S.   S.  Tees,
1st,  7th,   llth  nf each   month,  for
Claoquot and Mosquito Harbor;  20th,
to Ahouset, Quatsino, Cape Scott  and
wiry ports.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at  '_   p.  m., 2nd
and   ICth   of  each   month,   oulling  at f
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola ;
on second  trip. Tune on  arrival  and
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservation,   and   Information
call or address
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE.
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria.
Gen. Agent, Freight Dept.,
New  W.stminster.
The Choicest of Meats Cooked in
the Most Delicious Manner Can
Be   Obtained   at    All    Hours   at
Kenny s    Restaurant   ana t|
l-_M_-_^M-B--M-i-W-W--a--l-M-W-WMW"-^!*^^
Late Suppers After the Theatre a
Specialty.        Oysters    and    Game I
Season.
in
The Flyer came into port yesterday
with a large consignment of coke
from Comox, for the Schaake Machine
works company. The captain of the
boat reports that there was from six
to eight inches of snow lying al Comox.
VICTORIA AND ISLANDS
Rlthet���
From N.W., Wed. and Mon., 7 a.m.
From Victoria Tues. and Sat. 4 a.m.
Mail Service
Seattle, via Sumas 7.1
Sapperton and Mill-
side, No. 1   7.1."i a in.
Vancouver,  N'o.  1.  7.45 a.m.
G N.R.   Cloverdale,
Blaine  .Seattle. .  S.t:> a.m.
Van. & Cen.  Park. 10.30 a.m.
Victoria   10.30 a.m.
East Burnaby ....  1.13 p in.
Ladner, Steveston
etc	
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westminster  on  Mou
; day,   Tuesday.   Wednesday,   Thursday
and   Friday at  _   p.m. and  Saturday
I at 2 p. m. with additional trip ou Mon-
I day at 5 a, m
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,'
Close.    Received.' Wednesday. Thursday and Saturday at
7 a. m.: Friday at 6 a. m. additional i
trip  Saturday  5  p.   tn.
i.m.    6.10 p.in.
11,35 a.m.
ti.1"' a in.
3.3ii p.m.
2,00 p.m.
O.OO a.m.
1.15 p.m.
UPPER  F       SF      T:IVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   .v.-     .,'. -'minster, 8  a,  m.l
i Mondays.  Wed nei lays  and  Fridays.
i.e ve. chfl 7 a. m. Tues laj,
Thiirsdn... ���  . i iv-i,   calling   at
landings   hot. cen   N w   W?stn       ���.
1.30 p.m. 11.00 a.m. !'in! Chllllwack.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry. Co.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'tic and O. R. ���
& N. Co.
Connect- at Rossland vith the Can-1
adian   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary
Creek points
Connects   at    Meyers     Falls     with
-tage  ''aily  for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains    between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,;
1901.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane   ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 P-m Rossland   4.10 p.m. 1
9.40 a.m Nelson  6.45 p.m
II. A. JACKSON.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
I Shorthand, Telegraphy and En-
I   gineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
1   Students Always in  Demand,
! R. J. SPROTT, B. A., Principal ,
��� -
Carruthers Manufacturing Com']
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtun
The Carruthers Manufacturing C��
j VANCOUVER,   B.C.
Shingle and Sam
Mill  Machinery]
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE
*;.������..   WT&mmi LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
A Good Thing is Sure
to be Appreciate
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
double 1
Is Raining in favor every day.    Our output last year     (,everaSe8-
precedfig onc.   The most healthful and nutritious 01
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO UaV,
DEC
���i   -906.
ET
HIT  DAILY NFWS
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KNOW
SHIP  YOUR
i*\
What you want in Real Estate. Farms, Houses or Lot sand we can
supply you. New Properties are being placed in our hands every
day. It costs you nothing to investigate this. Buy, buy now while
prices remain low. Who would have thought a few years ago that
property in Calgary, Edmonton. Winnipeg and Vancouver would be
selling at such commanding prices. New Westminster's turn
next. The coming manufacturing centre on the Pacific
coast. Mark our words the time WILL come.
4    .'��->..<*-,��   ttf-m tit*..
11   i>...    ,!..   ni.;, ,  !.i-..irtor of pNttj
MtivptiTfi   w.i.-i ..perio.1  lh.   fron.   door
C"> ���       . -r-. ir,   reqMMe   to   Mr    (.oortyoar'n   ring
hristmas    irevents *r'" "'*fi"'' "*"'��� ** * ttagtuuxi ���v-h
. \ j-.;T*vi.-.r.  dt he Miivrrrvl lh* oaller
A_ . h. .vv. i in." MM V. rgaret'.
brother "Are are ymi Mi Hamlin ."
"No,' MM ih* young man, "1 ��m
Mr t..w.yo_r l.oes ths. make any
difference about her bolng at h.v. ���
And h. tot-tod vo_iv-.,ingh at <h. boj
"Oowse not," ,*M Bobby Indignant
Iy. "1 Otwi'i tell .toi-los. nor Mar
garel .loow.'i' "Rut 1f you'd been Mi
l.fcmitn 1  ws.   to toll .nmpth'ng a hon I
SS CO.
CHEAPEST
SAFEST *����/
QUICKEST
means of forwarding packages ol i
chandise, valuable* am jeweterj ������ all  bpT "**nia* home and srei w .���ont* if
parts ��� I the �� orw.
11 .������ strongly recommended (.'hat ship
menu ho senl so a. to arrive at deatin
at o. ��� ������ -r.-.c ,is\ ���. .'.- advance (hut avoWl
in)? the rush anil or.s.a  nf  ::'���������-'���   . si-ofnl
hand nr: Arrangement, can lie made
for delfverj thr ,ia\ bt'. ������ * ������...���,���...
�� hen desired.
S] i. ial attention (ri. i    to shipment*
foi Greal Briuain an.l Europe
1 i-i.l ;t nt. il and didn't tell the wr.-ric
on. 1 noo.1 that money, an.l go, ymi
rt* ', (.xiii'i want te make sny Satt
ts..      (roodbj "   *. our        '.impanion
Tii.    I*k-i    ..<    v. __,.,-.   i1tmt>l��-_r.
Beio�� It - mirtont ealculatton mi
the amount . : . . < , g\ ovpondod hy a
person wi gl ... lfis pounds in climb
lag a mountain peak   .,000 feet high
i.     rurthei   Information   appl.   l0 *�� ��J^ ����<��^< f��r ilie aseettt belug
___. _ _ . __ f-   _   _",        K.Mlia �� J  _ ���___, m_k_*._ - -   - �� -    �����-���--���_ ��� .
(Greatest Snap, bar
[none, in the city.
j,   ,3 7 rooms ;  store
St; 13-4 acres. $1,350
[the whole lot.
I
acre    and
Sapperton,
lOTEL  FOR   SALE.
i sized lot.   $20,000.
l0f lot ���'��� 1-2x66.
On the corner of loth
Ave. and llth St. Lots No.
TH and SU can now be purchased for $125. This price
will remain for one week
only and is exclusively for
sale by us. Also the same
applies to the corner lot al
5th Ave. and 12th St.;
$550; lot 66x132.
House en Brantford St..
���   '   $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500.   Terms
$750 rash. bai. easy.
���   mi Royal and i.a |
l firci b, seven   roonu
'.000.
I,:      . Lake Commur,
;. .. . $25 i��r acre.
t_b.  Jum
ores In S re\   5 acres cleared,
[on road $1,800, half cash,
on time I 6 per cent., sub-
[sail   I til
lots,  cleared   anil
; close '���! a good specula- !
re minui m  post office;
easj ti  '
[Nu. i".   full   .i.f,   en  Agnes
and  fenced,  ready
Biding good speculation
I
and it x 100, 1%-storey,
near Q ���- n s avenue, $1,150.
|to you to -top paying rent.
Mowat bi reet, $225.
10   rooms,   I ���. ni it
.   h   avi nui'   and   Seventh
$2,000.   Terms can he arrange |
Inlet, thn     sqw   i   ru  ������ , at
$6.00,  half ' a  ii,   :....'.    i   i 88}
I.       a    ri   5,   Ma;  'l     Ridgl      Sl 11      2>
29 and   ':. Township 9, oni hall  pral
. a   -r :  iiruah and - oni. small trees
P li !���-   Section   .'. $-'a iii    .ii rei  Se<
tion 29, $60 i er acre; Si i  li n 28, $55
80 acres, one mile from \bbol ford     ���     acn     Teleiihone   al    Hammond;
10 acres cleared, good soil. 220 fi lit   ������ eg ., h     ntion,   Pitt   River Bridgi
trees, price $1,400, hall cash   ba ano   1 half cash, bi lance one and two
In three equal payments at reai  nable  ...   rs at . pei ceni    Excluslvi Rgenci
interest.
Double tenement house, i'. roonu
each house, water, light, full ^.,
between    First   and   Second    strei
Fourth avenue, on north side    Prio
$1,500, half cash, balance in i nc yeai
at 0 per cent.
Read !    Mark !    Learn !
160 acres, on which is a
house 20x30, frame stable
20x24, chicken house I2x |
II; good well; **��� ac.cleared
on from and l__ aeon back.
All these aeres cultivated.
Can be bought on easy
terms. Enquire immediately from us. the exclusive atrents.
i , mpam ��� office at  C  1"  K   station
���  Phi n< ������'���
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| GILLETTE
SAfETY
]
RAZORS
$5.00 fMM.
150 acres improved  land,  bull
and .hods complete, near Clovei lali
all  under cultivation, $15,000.    If you
can  bandln   this, don't   delay;   It's a
bargain; terms can be arranged
ltJO acres, l^anj-l' :���. 25 under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good repair, a sn;.;, al $3,000. half
cash.
lots on 6th Avenue,
only $1,100 cash.
SOLD
jthey can be bought
(n for $1,350. This
lemost perfect illustra-
lof how it pays to in-
tin rea! estate.
a .
��� " road, 15 acres
:   siables,  etc.;
$30 ;. r acre, .1,01.0
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE.
In best residential portion of New Westminster.
east end. Close to car. Six
large rooms and large reception hall. Modem in every respect. Two full lots
132 x 132, all in lawn, laid
out with shrubs and flowers. Tennis court on one
side. Price $2500. Terms
$600 cash, balance on mortgage.
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared.
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable .'.Ox
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $10
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
���' !  Six:h avenues,
���:' eight rooms, all
.������ii house, full
.   $1,000  cash,
'���"        ���-'��� r  district, 40
Two-sti>rcy ho isi 'tabh chicken
house, tm-o full 6 _i : all  modern
imiiro^menis, Third Btreet, between
Fourt* and Fifth i ��� a ie $2,250.
$l..r.oii cash; goo i snap.
ICO acres goo I fai cu lan : In Delta,
about :;'_ miles from rivei near 8cot1
nad. $12 per acre; a real goo I bu.
100  acres, towns!   ,    11,      'timi   I'..
acre
al,   10  .ices  oi two mile-s from Fort  Lan|  I
iwberrles   planted slashed, $1,000, one-third cash
"-:.���! land; running
-   frame barn 30      *' arr"s ; '' '
ise  an    �����    " u""h: ''" '  ''    Jj     '
���,   |,   . . .....    . |   only one-quartei  ci    i needed
... station; | in onfc or two   ' '   at 7 pe! '""'
64   acres   In   Pitt    VI.    li ��� -   on!)
$35 per acre    One I
ai C per cent.
i at    hand;
.    .    ait ICO
never been
��� I   fi r   standing
��  24;  hen
lal : ������-.
ice i     i lifi
. tn ������ at ���
Hou   s an       .   ������'
$1,375. ball
ed at 0 per cent     '������
20  acre  bli
' ,: ���- tion   $20    -
C7 acres, Hornbj Hain li. Nlckomelil,
house cost $2,600 when built, 20 acroB
cleared Price onl) $3,ooo. hall cash,
balance oasy.
>.. inn's of liiiiii near Sutherland's
u.      ;n Surrey;  good  bouse, 0 acres
..���<!. onl) $i.ooo, easy terms
., . me I luiiif . nil modern Improve
ii,. -.: . One lura' km, i onn'i  ol Fourth
, , ��� and Agin . $5,000, one hall
< bj li \ i ninfortiiblo homo and good
��� in,: ,   re il deuce
I |ghi roomed bouse . nil modem
com etilonocs, on ' !arnar. on Btreel nnd
s Kl h st reet, Iwo Btore) s, $3,750.
Ho i '��� and lol on \gnes stivel, twn
store) seven i ooms. a renl snap at
$2,500.
[,ai ge lol  .in I  i wo cottages on Co
luiiitii.i Btreel, Suppoi ton    Both n nied
al Jin each
Thi- cottngui  mn! Iwo lots mi l'i' i
Irm      op| 'i il   Queen's   |ini li     Pri e
$7,000.
10   acres   neai    i <' ���    $7   (iei   new;
. ���   i    I,,, fuller p.n ti' ulnt i
One and n hall lots, Bappcrlou, Ju '
i rf i lolumbln streol and Hi unoltc, onl)
$1,000.   Tei in ��� to !"��� bi ranged
li     ,. ;.    in HuiToy, neai  Hravi" _
iltha   !    ranch, $7  per ncre;  r i
li nil   land i;   ���'������"   us fm   l��ni
i
a, i.,i   rend)   roi  i ul
. , i   .���   ier, hall   mile   rrom
.. ., i     I.,,   rullh iHcti,     it
$78 ; ' >   ncre
H'-*4 acres, Burnab) Lake, $'00 pe.
a. re
135 acres, oni mil. from Hunting
don, B.C., 70 acres in grass, 15 acres
drained and fenced; house and bam
cost $2,500; good road along one side.
price $50 per acre, hall cash, balance
lo suii purchasei al . pei caul Kea-
son for selling, the owner's wife Is tn
bad health, and hai to gn to a cold
climate
160 acres, N E '. Bectlon 19, town
stii|i io, Langley; email house, 30
acres cleared, Umber valued $750
Price $1,500. one-third cash, balance
ut 7 per cent,
168 acrea, CoQuttlam, 10 acrea cleat    ,y RnACialtV
ed, near Black's ram h, $..ooo. ' '    *
8 uiu! 10 acre blocltB in Surrey, three
miles frum the river, $10 per acre
180 acres, Bectlon 25, township 16,
2V_ miles from \bbotsford; BO acres
alder bottom, $1,200. half caah
Ten acre ��� In l ol 163, one mile easl
,,i Westminster Jum lion, A1 soil, ens
11) cleared,   $30 per acre
Two  storied  bouse, 7  rooms,  balh,
j sewer   connect Ioiin.   nl 1    ni<><!i'!ii    tin
provoments, splendid locality,  $s.hoo
Terms arrangfld.
1 ij, ...inii'i lum i'. si\ rooms, pi Ice
$1,500. HM linn' . near car line; cen
irnllj tiiinic.i
iiimi ie, cot in '  "i Fifth avenue and
Sixth  street,  one  lol, two BtoreJ'B, s
rooms, $2,500, hall 1 a h
Boarding bouse, 20 rooms, on Blxth
Kl ii'i'l,   nue.    l.lin ll    I ami     post     Offll "
rents nt $ii" per month, "i foi sale i'1
$1,500.
Seven iniuiH'd bouse, Beventh Btreel
neai t'li'iii avenue, two Btoreys, full
siaed lot, $1,600,
House,  elghl   rooms, on Bl   Qeorge
street,   corner   Fourlh,   $*\r>ne;   easy
terms
limine,     full     slsed     lot,    OH     !\"inv
utroet, Sapperton;   renls foi   $'" pet
montb    Only $t.or,o.
i in ia. .'un"!. Not t li V' in mini. tm.ii
Mi nd 1, $426.
CURTIS* mm
8PBCTACLK8  ^  sppciai.tv
fire hours    Bj   carefi    calcnlatton 11
is fern..! 11,. i 11,. ...a smonnt ef In
Mr performed tv eqnsl to vs'sinp
i.ssn.(\v pounds to r, ;. b; . ..: one foo.
or tbat  of  rataftvg r��n<   ivtuttd  to  n
bl   gh1  ri   I :Wft.OOO  feel     Of tl   ������^iinr
mom smoun.  ot wort   _,176,00��   fo^t
|-kmiiii1s arc rvpen.lcl hj  tbe muscle* ���
tlie lepv In rai. int O. lifiin.   ihe twdy,
liOOO hj- (he heart In clrcnlsting tt*.
blood   ;���  iiini iix  ihe cheat ta brestl
\ng   and   iiiiW   jn   die   X-��rtO��S   'v'
Uohl of Iifilaiicin-r the Nvity. ex-eivor.
Ii'.e friction of the (rrenn.l. etc
EMERSON'S DRY WH.
Pool ef_4lb Ave,   Cor   Ifith   Streel
M\s Wcslinlnslnr. B. C,
All kinds t*f Ship   repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
Just Look!
80 acrea in Matsqui Mu-
iiicip.'ilily. l-rooiii house,
chicken house; ono ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water, $ i ,000. (ihance
of a li lol him'.
cQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. <>l London.
'0win_r Annreciation      Grand Trunk Ry* "Thc Mi,waukee"
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0]   -;TS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
V   CAUSE   SUCH   A   RAPID   INCREASING DEMAND  FOR  OUR
Ezr..Hen. Train Service Between     Cl
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Nkfast Bacon and Hams
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
.yn(.| 1 ��� ncipal business centerp of
,. .,,.. ,   QUEBEC ami  the MAItl
,, viK PROVINCES.
s   a, to BUF'FAr.0, NEW Y(��I(K and
'.AOELPHIA, via Niaj.��ra Falls.
Fot Time Tables, etc., address
. GEO. W. VAJX,
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REICHENBACH COMPANY,
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ciiii 3E'i. "stu'it  Line" Omaha i"
( Iiii ae".   "R'Mitli     Went     Limited"
Kansas Clly lo (liltsgo
No Iralhs In  the  eervlce  nn any
��� illfnad   in   tlif   "iuld   tbat   eijual   in
. .,.n|.n.. ni thai of ilie Chicago, Mil-
ami,,,,  it;  Bti   Patll   R_llWflJ*i     They
im\ii iiiii! Dp.t-.t- ibe'i mvn sleeping
ami iliniiiR ca.�� Ofl Etlll tin ii trains and
give then pat-Otis an e\ccllence of
s.uiir hdt obtainable elsewhere.
ti. S  Ri'WE. General Agent.
1 U Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
HORSES!    HORSES!
LIMITED
Dr. n. D. in-own, V.S., a graduate
or the Ontario Veterinary School, will
ia in Xew Westminster every Friday
and Saturday, and will examine your
horses free of charge.
DR.  H.   D.  BROWN,  V.S.     I
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
HtSIDCNCE ���74 Eighth Mi . nt. Nnv
We.tmlnsur, B.C.
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(fences, Haifa. Pire toBcapeB, pte
Mall orders nml correspondence In
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TARE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
fm CONRAD, CARCRl ISS, Ml IN.
VVIHTI" HORSE, DAWSON utid
FAIRBANKS, Dally trains |r��"i'i
Sunday)   carrying   paBBengefs,   mail.
SXpress and liriylil nuiiiri'l with
^liiycc nl  I .FC-.OB8 ai"!  White  llnice,
maintaining a tlirmieh wlntet service
fm Information apply to
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GENERAL AGENT,
?20 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
I Innl.li    M,. . , fVwo-, .
v the waj out drive, li.a.l iwn rp^-.
I'lmtiy He Iiii,! nf how he had rh,.ner
ht. rtrii Mi said "There wt so*n_
!_.:_ o_ !i'"i in the * iU. ffp Mv aunt',
ncphr" .pa_p t,i in,- ot Iipv lm( 1
iie>'pr k:itt bpr till tho dsy lwfrtvc xvp
net. engajred When 1 hp*.,! of hpr. 1
vrm te ihr puhumj- mail >vf .pppoh-
��ho ni" .\<. arrange- <1ip��p thin_r�� 1
gave iiini 6 marks tot ii^r shp liked
��hat .h< heard ,*f hip. and .he cavp
ti,m. a. i-lir. >, a�� ti,inn,!. a vrhlte nhiil
lllPr. 1 th.ini'i.. 1 "-nil,! >-pp !ipi *r ��r
arraii'-T.! to meet ��1 i-hm-oh nt 1"niii
hieml. and ��p wenl thprp and It w��*
<ill right We ?<>< ,m t.-vg-plh����r " "\ I
jn*tt<��. ,-if Cinland
t\n   Ik-I,   W��J.
liming b newatvaper meftv_ couvea j
tlon. a numher of Jonrnallsn- ww nn
afternoon   taiuuifi   ot   tho   trht..   <m,
;"tiio   falthlew"   tj-pea,"   when   Hon >
Watteraon ss d |
"Whilo  IM-  heard ot a  groat  nii'ini
funnj   lypographieal   in-oa.i   in   n;
time, abonl the .., 1..<~c< nmi mo*! I n
morons trahaposltfon of th*. typo-.. ti,,i
1 \ 11 . , a.  ft-ithm mi obaervatto-fl wai
that !'��� n Non Via. paper seme ya -���
ago    tlmi -4>opt used *" print ii* sl
ping now" on tiie Bame page with 1 ���
obituaries     Imagine  the   glee   v- 1
whi, ii ii�� readers found tlio eapllon*
M_thanga4   one   inemlne.   whorolir   n
long   IISl   of   rocup. (,i!>!o   nnmoo   m or.
poi    foi Hi    UUdei    tlio    niavino    liov?
i'hbpp,!  Through   Holt  <;a(p   ireatei
din '      Uarpet-'S   Weekly.
<
A    _.._��_.    A. Im.l   r��--����.-��Mt��
Poinotlnioo anlmalo whi,h aro hv na
tnr* ,ii>a,||v etiefhlel), .nei. as dogs nml
oata. niiiUo np n very Billing friendship
i in, \p known a eat adopt a puppy and
nurse II toinlerly. bui a" a vulo tlvy
prefer to hue and seratch. A stulptoi
or (ininniiB. ;\ Mi. Harvey, ha<i two
pot's. 11 plgoon and n eat, who lived to
EpIIip, in a>T-fi( fiiomlBliip. and lind
((.oh photograph takon while eating onl
of (ho Baino ,l|oh Tho pigeon wn.
battled Ptdgle nnd thp i^al wns onllod
Toddle, Thoy ale. f]c\\i nnd played to
gplliot.  nnd   w Iipii   riiigle  died  ToddT.
wna nearly broken hearted, ami would
iipvoi iiL'-.iln out or drink from the
dishes from Which she and her Utile
playnialo nao.i t��� pa| together.���-Home
Not ob
In   Plaioe  of Tohnpoo.
Poltsfool 01 the leaves of lettnee, be
In.    slightly   nnii'oli,..   would    f,>rm    n
harmless make beiip.o for the good
f,,ik  oi,.,   persuade   themselves   that
tiny 1 imiii nol Bleep n "ink were (bej
deprived   of   Hietr   evening   1 nnforl
Ages ngn both I ll eeks "", It"'
cording   lo    Dlosi irldes   a'ti    I
routi I  ��� itnfni!   '���'  -���'"��������� li g '''��� 1 .'���
ri ...| or pipe Ihe di;" ' ;>
fool     Which    relieve'    the I
coughs  nn I   dlffli nil   hrcathlni
as   (tl   Icllnra    '11   lis I  I	
Uii   ia    of Del   1 (fin     ���'. ,,   ,
mho found %ii-t* fr ���
sleeplessiu is hj    .king II al nl^bl
I
MiKh< r  '��� rtrth'n  ( all,
\ .��� ���     ,..-    1        1      ive n 11! i" li
��   Stn '    ������ ��� ;   1        life,   we   1 _
tie '' ' ���' ��������� ! ' ��� -. ii ed to if 1'. I.
ni.., ��� gfitlafm tot j     1 here Is a yearn
Inp '  ��� lh 1 -  life, for the natural
life   and, f"r most of 11*. country III e
We   1 1   ' .   feel   " il ���   Earth,   I
bri il ti" 11 " fresh sir to drink in tho
beautle 1 ol (1 ei nf Reld, of mountain nnd "i - m 1. which sever tire
or pall up ni Hi ��� min I    Exchange.
titur.i   \,ii lee.
"(ih. my!" exi lalnii d the excited
woiia'in ivtni inui mislaid her husband,
"I'm looking for a sninll man with one
eye."
"Wed, ma'am." replied the polite
floorwalker, "if lie'n n very small man
maybe you'd better use hoth eyes."-
Pliilsuli'ipliJn Ledger.
I Ivlnit  on  Love  nnd   Kluari.
She���That's all very pretty, Jack, bui
do you think we can live on love and
kisses? He���It's much the safest.
Everything else ls either adulterated
or poisoned or tainted���Exchange.
How the World Par*-
Knicker���I think the world owe.
every man a living. Boeker��� Pertiapa
hut he has to take It out in trade.���New
Tork Sun. THE daily; news
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THURSDAY.  DEC.   13,   1906.
AN OLD DOCUMENT,
The St. John Globe :. ites the fact
that Sir Hem I J li de Lot dniere, late
Lieut.-Governor Of 'iii-- province, has
recently translated from the French
and published a sermon, which was
ii e iche I in the Cathedral of Q i ��� lee,
January 10, 1799. The pi lacber was
Monseigneur Plessis, -lien cure, and
afterwards Bishop or Q-.n.-'in'c. The
discourse was delivered al a thanksgiving service at that Cathedral in
commemoration of the victory won for
Great Britain over the French at the
battle of the Nile. No doubt and naturally the opinions and feelings of the
French in Canada at that time may
have been greatly disturbed by Nelson's victory. Monseigneur Plessis
took the position in the pulpit that
nothing happens here below except by
God's permission, and from that point
of view every great occurrence might
be examined. Then he went on to
-how tha; French Canada, having been
loyal to France under French control,
It now became her duty to accept loyally, the new conditions: but he went
much further than this, and argued
very closely that it was to the advan-
��� tge of French Canada that she passed under British rule, and he urged
this strongly by contrasts with what
had happened in the forty years of
British rule a.s compare.d_with the pre-
.Jous control, Illustrating his argu-
ment with excellent presentations of
English administration of affairs.
Of interest of Itself Sir Henry Joly
has, no doubt, a special purpose in
��� enting to 'he French-Canadian
people this excellent discourse. He
sires ' i Impress upon them the ad-
ntages o! the English system which
��� mtin ied to them in 'he pas; iheir religion and their ancient privileges, and
loing which thej i . . render to
������ mother land not.v graceful recog-
nition '������ thi ir I ivalt; to her and by
otli li ,-otion to hei interests as
- to their own.
VERY NEATLY PUT.
Th     Vancouvei   cii    council   seems
-    ������   'Pi i ��� d to the V. VV. & V. rail-
��� ��� ' '��� some :������. >on or othi r,  ind bas
I   it ir  to  go  to   Ot
tawa to oppose that railwa plica
ir certain    ights ���   i it;    il
Vancouver.     Inte vii we:    ., ioui    the
��� "��� -; seph   Martin,  K.V..  who 1ms
ist re  irne i   from  ai guing the  case
"��� ,:      the       ill a..      ���   i;,, ..;- -i m,   Cl :.���
led hi      tatement        the  rep irl ir
...   saying:
"TllJ' C. P. ��� ..:-.'. ���.. , a,.: an) ... ol
' it a very mui h o ., osed to the V.
VV.  &  Y. railw i)   . impani   o italnin .
i ���' is to Burrard li le , and the; have
done and are doing all in their | iwer
' '    ("event   this  ; ran h ' eing  built, 1
1 not  for a momenl suggesi   that
������'���'.rr the mayoi oi   mj n ember of the
' ouncil has the slightest Intention of
'  nding in with the C. P. R, com] any.
is against the Interests ol the general
, in He   in   Vancouver,      ��� ���.;   certainly
i" action of the city council in instructing its solicitor to oppose the application of the V. VV. & v. railway
companj for obtaining access to Burrard Inb" is exactly the move that
suits the policy of the C. P. H company."
Clean, dry crystals ��� that are
absolutely pure���that will not cake
-that i. WINDSOR TABLE
SALT.    The bes. for table use.
building a road along the Vancouver
Island coast, elicited a reply in which
cold water was thrown on the project.
The Daily News has received a letter from J. Burt: Morgan of Chilliwack, in which    certain    statements
made as to the character of one or
both of the unfortunate men who lost
their lives in the fire which damaged
the Chilliwack court house some time
ago are strongly condemned. As. however a communication covering the
same ground was published In these
columns some weeks dgo, an 1 as we
understand that legal proceedings are
likely to arrive out of the deplorable
affair, we think it bettei a it to publish 'he letter.
The action of the P istmasi ������ Gen
��� ���:��� il In putting .i ���-'":i to I he loa ling
of the Canadian mails with masses of
advertising matter from the United
Sl ites, si ems not onlj to be very
generally approved in Canada, but
to bave the sympathy and support of
the best public opinion In the United
States also. It is to be hope 1 that
Mr. Lemieux will continue to vigoi
.ni-!;. press his reforms and improvements In the administration of his department^ Sir W. Mulock did some
���lii;!.' along certain lines, but a good
deal remains to be done , and the
growth of the country will continue to
demand Improvements. The present
Postmaster-General seems to have In
mind the right policy of making the
postal service one which will attract
caiiahle officials, and at the same time
be of the greatest possible use and
convenience to the general public.
The Shah's Health.
Teheran. Persia, Dec 12.���The condition of the Shah remains practically unchanged, although today he
rallied slightly after yesterday's re-
lapse. Physician yesterday evening
discovered for the firs; time tha; his
majesty's heart has become seriously
affected. This adds a new complication to the situation which was already  considered   grave.
AT  THE  HOTELS.
Guichon���D. W. Ellis, London, England: Frank E. W. Smith, Victoria:
I.'-siM'  VV.   David,  Millside.
Windsor���J. B. Barnick, Thompson's Landing; I). S. Hennessey, Mud
Bay: S. Graham. Bellingham: James
Tait, Hazelmere; A. Fontaine, Hatzic
Prairie; Mrs Elizabeth Clarke. Langley.
POINTED   PARAGRAPHS.
The most acceptable form of p iiii
ness i> cleanliness.
Because y say you Intend to d
thing it isn't done.
About all some me i ar ��� goo 1 'otto "second the motion."
Vou may think you are eutertaini:
but there tire people dodging you .
the time.
Don't send ten dollar dowers to I
funeral of a man whose family i. 1
withoul any Income.
The   man   lu   n   dangerous   locatio
never think   ho is in n danger ms I i
tlon or be wouldn't be there.
The own sr of n borse nnd hi.
tries to bo modesty but be otfn'i I
showing Hni; he I,.,.|s a little sup .i: .
The  flrsl   Insurance againsl   trou
thnt children learn about  Is to get
promise fron. mother that Bhe wlll ���������
tell father.   Atchison Globe.
The   Victoria   Times,   referring   to
the    ghoulish    attempts    of    certain
people  to   make   political  capital   out
of the shipping disasters on the west
coast   of   Vancouver   Island,   reprints
from Hansard a statement of the Minister of Marine  whicli gives twenty-
nine   separate   and   distinct   items 0_
work   done   In   the   way  of providing
aids to navigation in British Columbia
coast waters during th >. present year.
'l'lie   quotation    from    Hansard   also
shows thai  the Governmenl  has been
diligently Inquiring    nro    the  whole
subject, mi:]  thai   a  letter addressed
to  Premier McBride, Inviting the co-
ci al lon of the Ioi al Go-, ei anient in
Son   Ha-ha.
Bun haths eort nothing and are tfc#
most re.reablng, life giving Imths thnt
one can take, whether sick or well.
Every housekeeper knows the necessity of giving bear woolena the benefit
of th > sen from Ume to time, and especially after a 1 mg rainy season or a
long absence of the sun. Many will
think of the injury their clothes are
liable to from dampness who will nev
er reflect that an occasional exposure
of their own i.nlies t., the sunlight Is
equally necessary to their own health.
The sun baths do not cost anything,
aud that Is a misfortune, for people
are still deluded with the idea that
those things only can be good or useful
which cost money. Lot it not be forgotten that three "f '* id's must beneficent gifts to man (three things most
necessary to good health), sunlight,
fresh air and water, are free to all.
Vou can bave tbem in abundance, without money and without price, if yon
will. If you would enjoy good health
then see to it that yon are supplied
with pure air to breathe all the time.
that you bathe for an hour or so In the
sunlight and that you drink plenty of
pure water-  Pittsburg Press.
3 EC
11J
He   I omul    lliiil   Onl.
"I could never understand," said
the solemn person, "what is the attrac
tlon in autolng."
"Perhaps," replied the beginner with
the bandaged head, "it's the attraction
.f gravitation."���Philadelphia Press.
.Ion   Hnve   Not   llpfre'nernt.,i.
It is common to bear of the -. i
people who lived in the old days. ;..
it is decidedly uncommon to find pro
'.hat the average ancient was any lat
?er or more powerfully built than tl
average  person   of   the  present  d .'
The   Egyptian   mummies   show   Unpeople to bave been  of medium  size
The remains taken from the catacomb
io  not differ  in  size  from   the peopl
>f the present, while the armor wh:
was worn by the warriors of the loa
ig.> tit as readily the forms of peo; ������
who are not at all gigantic or at lea :���
extraordinarily  above  the average "
ther in girth or stature.    There weri
Treat men in tl Id days, but as prei
<tlll obtain In this twentieth century
.'hone   TonrUta.
M. Perrlchon (visiting Switzerland
���Well. Mary, we'll take another vlev
of this lake and then we can return I
Pnris Mme. p. Why not see some of
the others? M. P.���Well, I don't se��
tho necessity. It seems to me Unit
one lake must be very much like an
.ither.-Bon  Vlvant.
He Is not only Idle who does notbinn
bnt he is Idle wbo might be better era
-dor-*! ���Ssc.rrf. ir%.
Death  of   Prominent   Torontoman.
Toronto, Ont., Dec. 12.���George
Broadfield , a wall known wholesale
china merchant here, died suddenlj
in Berlin today, after operation fori
appendicitis. His wife was summoned from England but arrived too late
to see him alive. He has been in
business here and in Germany for
thirty years.
CHRISTMIA
Is not far off, and it's time you were thinking of "His" Xmas P
i
"What Shall I Give Him for Christmas?"
This is the same difficult problem that presents itself
at every recurrence of the season.
We come to vour rescue and sav: "Come here with all
your troubles and let us show you.'r
We're in Holiday attire and have the things a Map
buys for himself and appreciates most.    We cana!
the Boy's Stocking as satisfactorily as the Man's.
Preferred  l*rl��on,
She���Here's an interesting story of a
man who begged to be sent to prison
ln place of his wife. He Aha! and yet
you always declare that men are never
self sacrificing. She- Well, this man's
wife happened to be a washerwoman,
and if she wemt to prison iie'd have to
work,   i '���.Inmbiis Post.
A   FEW   SUGGESTIONS
Overcoats Smoking Jacket  Underwear        Cuffs
Rain Coats Bath Robe Suspenders
Suits Neckwear Umbrella
Trousers Gloves Shirts
Fancy Vests Hosiery Collars
Mufflers
Caps
Shirt Protector
Sweater, Etc.
We'll lay aside your selection until Christmas, and we'll make any exchanges desired after Xmds
H.   L.    Dc B EC K,
Clothes, Hats and Toggery
When You Buy Cookies or Tea FOR YOUR XMl
**======^^ COOKING
Biscuits Why Not Get the Best
Call and see our special offer.
We have twenty-one varieties put up by the celebrated
Jacob & Sons, Dublin, which we are offering at
15c per package or two for 25c.
Don't gamble with your custom.    Take no chances, it will
pay you to deal with
WANTED ��� Boy for jewellery st ire
A    :    Hora ������ ii irer, Columbia st.
wanted���One or two furnished
rooms, close in or on err line. Write
G., cure of Daily News.
wanted���Hoya. immediately; good
'���va_....   Apply c. c. Cigar Factory,
Wanted���Strong boy to drive rig and
make himself generally useful. Applj   Vi*. I.". Fales' Furniture store.
The lliilile of Hi iloiMln.
Not far from St. Thomas, a matter of
perhaps a hundred miles, was fought
the most wonderful naval battle In all
history.   The I Mitch admiral detected
tb leiny in the early morning, when
the sea was covered with a thick mist,
and bis guns opened lire at once without warning. The Bre was returned
j wiih interest, the ocean fairly quiver-'
i Ing with spasms caused by lhe shook
of frequent discharges. Somehow or
other the enemy's shots, whicb sounded like a bombardment, seemed to fall
short or go wiib- of the mark, for not
even a splash of a ball was beard, nnd
tbe Dutch ships remained unscathed.
On the other band, the Dutch could not
nee the terrible execution their kuh_ j
were doing until nearly the middle of
the forenoon, when the fi�� lifted, revealing to their astonished gaze not Iho
vessels of tbe enemy, but a great rock
standing nut of the sea. Tbey bad 1 i
flrlug at it for five hours, and the sound
of the return shots they henr.l was the
echo from ibe solid wall of granite
They named the place Redondn, which
means sent, rolled or driven back, and
nedondn ii Is to this day.
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Brand
Sherr))
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C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLE'S
GROCERY
'PHONE   NO.
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ADVERTISE  IN   THE   NEWS
STEAMBOAT E
Whoii   .     De| irtment
T. FREEMAN,  - Propritj
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NEW ADDRESS���Tb- Arrow Press Is
now ins-.i,;-i in tho Daily Xews
Block, Everj kind and description
of Job Printing done. Lowest rates,
- iod workmanship. Satisfaction
guar intee I; prompt attention. Mrs.
Dominy, proprietress 233tf
BATH
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ALL   KINDS   AND
PRICES
SEE  OUR  WINDOW
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
SUITS I^j^r^��?
=$20 AND UP	
Cut and Made on the Premises
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 FrontStreet     -      New Westminster
FARMERS!
Tm Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   rOR    HIDES.
An Excellent Opportunity to get a
Splendid Line of^
FURNITUR
at the lowest possible price is afforded all at
Lee's Furniture Emgoriuw
We Have  a Great Variety
-   -   -   of All Lines   -   - "
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A Few Suggestions for , mas
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Our stock is at your disposal,and we may lie able to save you consider"
able time and worry by suggesting that SHE MAY WANT A SECRETARY
We have them from $6.50 each up. Or a MUSIC CABINET. We have a
nice line of beauties from $9.00 each up. Or a ROCKER. No better
values ever offered; Solid Oak Cobbler Seat, from $3.00 each up. < 3
PRINCESS DRESSER. A most beautiful line are Quartered Oak. polished,
large oval and shaped British mirrors, from $26.00 each up.
Or, HE MAY NEED A CHIFFONIER, a man's delight.    We have them fn;-"
$15.00 each up, in oak. Or a MORRIS CHAIR-solid comfort   in which he
may sit and dream of YOU.   We have them from $6.^ up;   : 1:"; ':
frames.   Or a large EASY CHAIR.   Or a BOOK CASE.
Come and look around. We are putting goods away every day E
Xmas delivery.    Don't leave it too late.    Come early!
LEE'S   Furniture   Emporium
Dupont   Block Tclephorc  73 Irsd
Ay, DEC 13,  1906.
'"rr: DAILY ni-.w.-.
THE
ASH STORE
imbrcllas
.For Gifts..
That means they ought to bs strong, attractive
hi rain-repelling���for a gift must be good and sat-
pctory, or else it's worse than no gift at all.
This doesn't necessarily mean large expenditure.
;means fitness and real worth.
We an- selling Ladies' Umbrellas of Fine Gloria
, with handles of horn, pearl, gun metal, and
ttural wood, trimmed with lSkt. gold plate; a fine
fesortment of handles to choose from, at $3.50.
Other Ladies' Umbrellas of Sateen, Gloria Silk,
affeta. Silk Luxor, and Peau de Soie, with handles
wood, porcelain, horn, pearl, silver and gold, at
jices of  powerful  popularity.   Toe,   $1.00,  1.25,
75, 2.20, 4.00, 5.00, 6.50, 7.50. 8.50,  10.00, 11.50,
[eluding  hand - carved   handles  and  other specifies.
Men'- i'mhrellas of  Twilled  Austrian Cloth.
>s] icial lines of self-openers, at $1.25 and 3.25.
Other lines for men at 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $3.50,   I
00  and   $6.00,    including   handsome wood handles
\th gold mounts.
Children's Umbrellas at 50c,   75c and $1.25.
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Local News Briefly Told
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���    ,     ,      . will   rendei   .oral    ii v,,.,,,,        \
r.Uott  wiil  i,..  !,;,.���  up  ,n  ���, ,  ,���
,       .,        ,     .   ., "iMlOM
11"- fra ."I Rivei Salvage companj
ha i cloned Iho ale ol n irvej _ Htock
il general merchandl e which had
'""����� running foi ".nie woeka in the
old one Ijiillfilng ..ii |.-ii,iii atreot, and
' "'"' 'he mlo. Hi.", have closed up une
I the I ,ur! of  Hi" .,1.i" ���   |,u j,,,. ,.,��� .   ,,,  tna  ,.iu
'��� ' 'dim  ��� ���    .���. .    i' ������    ���   ���_.,.  |n   operation   bj   Iho
'��� ���' ' ���      i     ���      .      do   iiroprloloi   foi    ���   yeai ���  prior
'       ianj  .a   . in   ,,    io <\t.  ,,,..  nn,     Bm)   B lg    ,���,���,���,,,,,..
"   li    '    I In     i i   lh   ' ���   ������ ' ', '���   the  c inflagratlon
I    now    ��� i ��� vhlch   mil    n  man)   nf  bla  buslnc is
��� 'mi "in.n    .mi (,f huaine ��� i     The hal
,,��� .,,������, ,. ,:!' ��� '���'   lho   dock   ha ���  I n  anld  al
'       '   "   "   ' '   valuation
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��� ���   ' The i".el": . ui the Dull.   \".     are
e ���' ai lho I'm. rn   il   ""i '" i*ed In rea I  .nil;   iho ,r leo ���
��� ���   'a" Ilon   ,.       ii ���'    mentioned In lho ad vei i lomonl of
ii Hoi'1   ind  wlll     ....      .     ,   .).,. 'iim ton    illg   Ihoo Houae lo.lay.238-3
lillli ..���           .... ,,,, |n ....
��� . .- Vv,   Hrewm. anil   ,!i hn   Wil ion,   Ihe
two iiur .��� ihlovo i wlm wore roconil)
'���rami                    .      i... .         . , _ irought In rrom Vei non, ��  ro ye Hm
I'' . 'a     Hal      Pop 'In ���   lal   a  io Ihe Penitent Inrj. when
|n*l'-i . _ ;v i   (he.   wlll   i| i   the  nexl  i ��� year
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I lio  G. N. H ���       n _
i   ���     ith of i '"'in under i vvenl j   \ oai
non i;   , .,,,,,
, 'i   . .    in I   ioi,, hor ioh ti om i anchors
11   In thn Vernon district with whirl, ihoj
K"! "       Pro,    "I, ���.   lo   .,,.,,,   | ,���.,    .,,,
'   '' '        '              ���   '   <���-���'���'������ ol lhe lino Tho provincial Mice gol
1         :    '   '"   """l   """-king busy,    ���,.! >���,.���,.|   ������.   |���d���    ,��� ,  ',���.
II "!i   ''':       ;"' 'nsioad   of ,���:..   the. u.c,
niorelj  oi n in ental
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Four-in-Hands, Flowing Ends.
Ascots, in light, dark and medium colors;
Prices 25c, 50c, 75c and $1.00
the Ties.
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I'm l"   Sam's   i. m-i iim ' Thej     had
Tho charg ilng b dl oi leriy   ''"'   ' ,;"" horaea with them and Ihero
...     lad     ,,. ii    preferred   x '     ""  ''*"!��� uli>   in  aocurlng a  con
li   McCa ��� ;l!l, one ol  the pro    ''' '   "
I'rietoi   ol ihe Hollu 10k hotel, several      Late cars  were the rule on Iho I)
��� ���     ime up roi  hearing   C, B,  It   lines yesterdaj  evening, two
before  the   police   mnglatrato  yeBter-  leaving  the   Vancouver   terminus   foi
day morning, when the couri imi leu.'I   this   ell;    after   midnight,   while  one
1   verdicl I   the defendant,   lefl  this end for Vancouvei  al twelve
W  ���'. Whiti      ���  i    . ired For Mr   Mc   o'clock     one of the Vancouver cars
vii , reserved for tho New Westminster
Sun, uf England  wlm woro intending
UMBRELLAS,    in   all   Kr��idc>s,
75c    lo   $1.50
UMBRELLAS,   in   Silk,
��il   $2.50,   $3.50   lo   $5.00
NOTHING  WOULD BE NICER   THAN ONE Oh
THESE FOLDING UMBRELLAS FOR
A   XMAS PRESENT
Price   S2.00   to   $5.00
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Good   ��holesonie pa il rj   i annol   resull from inferloi lai I anj  more lh tn
can good In o id 11 nm Inferior Hour, por
ll   tin    ird ihat I   handlcappln i
.lusl   trj   Reichenbach
ih while as snow and as
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the nnnnal dinner al the Badminton
hotel, and live   lecond car wns for lo
cal   i i'le   attending    Florence    Ro
heli', appenranno al I ho i Iporn house
in "The Strength of the Weal, " Tho
car   \\ li I id   Lefl  this end   al   inldnlghl
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MAS PRESENTS
Fancy,  Dainty   and   Useful
TOYS and GAMES in abundance
PRETTY DOLLS
Splendid Selection of BOOKS; good ones ^
J. mackay & co.!
JOIll'    el   a
Co. Ltd     '
pure a   cold,
�� ii    lenl mil in order lo have i he us
A moeili Hie union ni il this iml number of cars al  the Vancouver
citj   .' : earlj nexl  weel   for end   of  the   Interurban   service   Ihls
the ;..,." " ')   ��� "I'm. officers of tho j morning, and carried onlj a few  pns>
newlj  formed branch ol Ihe Canadian longer*,
ioi   party,   . hen   n   pro ildonl.   vice
lenl       larj     and    Iren ure  ' LaBt S^d Rights,
will i,e elected     The application for      The funeral ol lhe bile Mewlon till
i   local   chai o    was   forward   i    e l: ������ who died Btiddenlj on Sundaj last,
lerdaj in the head olllco of the pn ' '    ���' resull of hearl  failure, while on
an,l   ,  ,,.;,!���,   will  have been  rei ���   1 I hoard   Vho   Stranger,   Look   plmoo   on
,. ,.,. n���, ,���,...,,,.. i, |���,|,| 'in,. ..I.,. afternoon, from lbe residence
ol Ills I i iii hei iii law   \ I.m iie.i. mi Se
'   ' i    �� "' !l ' .aunl    .ieet      Tl n, on ���  wi rn laid
run between  Sixth nnd 1'wcirili h,  ,,..,   in   ,,���,  oddfellow      lelery,
���vii     ' '    Mo 1' 'vi'  Hi" cm   I inn      ' no,    t, Wnrdlnw  Ta; loi  offlclalln
lx   n    in      lhl     iiu'i'i In !      1 hi i     ii       Thp  i'.ill  la..uei .  were Cl    I). Crow
wlll   mal e connecting w   ;;   Stkkney,   I.   w   chapm m    \
iln- i'i';.   iiiiiI   'he   Vancouvei   cars   d w   Mnrtln, -l     .    Wl e, Cupl   Penton
regulai    n   11 il    ,: th" ''    ' To lhe man:   frloml . who In _ num
Th"   ervici   a-III   ii    d'liibl. !l" -.ri'iill) ,,���,   ,,,���   ���,,, ,   ,Unw���A   ,,,���;,   B|Vnipathj
appreciated bj Ibe reMdeiits along      ' um .,,  .,���,,  i,,���,m,   ,,��� ihe occa   Just  Arrived
line, and   ihere appears  lo  be   >vi��rj B|0n of Iho denlh of her onlj son, Mr*
Indication n|  Hie venlure being made i;iiij..   ���,..!,,,,   ,,,   ,x|a,f.   i,���,   |lp���,|
a paying Inve it.nionl bj lbe compnuj r,,u (i,.,,,:,..
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The Wardrobe Clothier
COLUMBIA    ST.
NEW CHINA
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-ChHstmas Trade
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I���   rapture   tlie   Christina      dip
Wc will be pleased to hav
VOU   cam.    AM'   INSPECT   If
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ponablt-, Acceptable  and   Reasonable  in  Price
il Country Boot Store
90c   $1.75
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���r. !n,. (,,, fiai tlsl ciiiin-h tliisl o. m
injt. under the auspices of !!"��� Mi talon
ri, le The speaker oi ttifl evening
will le Miss BtSflS) a ii'tiinie.l mis-
sionary from India. Miss Evans bus
l.een l.norlrii. Wtm6 U�� TelugUOTi
. up in the fall) eounti . and
> devoted her Ufte to '"
��� a   Moiun' ii.  �� i ecked  on  i :|" II"'. nlo,
a ill   l.e n   !..    ||   I,. .       H���,    ,"      a!   |,a .   Ilia
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ADAMS & DEANS
THE CITY GROCERY
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ONE OF MANY
A HRSTCIASS HOME       LANGLEY MUNICIPALITY
H2 acres nf UrBl i'Ihkh Ininl, aboul 30 acres improved; exeellenl
I earing orchard, standard varieties of frull peach, Apple, ivnr, num.,
I'iuiii... Walnuts; food dwelling house and outbuildings; oentrall. situ
l,|,.ll,   gOOtl  rOttdSj   ,l"le,   I im..|iIi. li.     pOSl   eH'ne,   ..eh,ml,    I'llUI'i'll.     llll    .011
veiiii'iii, excellent transportation facilities.
Ti ien ��fc%.^o��.. quarter cash, balance d per Cent,
Ilie Mentberk of the Queen'. Avp.
METHODIST CHOIR
n..istei!  by  the   teadlt'g  Im-al  talent,
wn.i. siNi;
G_uls "RUTH,"
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THURSDAY, Dec. 20th, at 8 p. ro.
The following Soloists
will be heard :
MISS ELLA   WALKER,   Soprano,
as "Ruth."
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MADAM  DEBORAH   I'ARKi:.;.
Contralto, a.s "Naomi."
and   MR.   HARRY  DAVIS,   Baseo,
as "Ilea:-."
THE DOMINION TRUST CO. Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
A.  HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
'" Price 01 'rickets,
25 cents   ;
P. O. Box 248
Telephone 302 r
THE DAILY NEWS
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GOWNS ?t>R LATE SUMMtfC
������__*  Sm-kr.  Coa*aa_c_i  Tkat  May  B*
Wars  I'ntll  Cold  Weatfc**.
If we _nay Judge by Uie fairy tales
of tbe Importers and tbe few things
now ln this country whicb are being
used for models for the fall suits and
other garments, we must believe that
lace ls to have a _till wider range of
usefulness and that there are many
new and heavy kinds being evolved
for such employment. I saw a whole
suit, coat and skirt and a Mouse-*,
waist, all made of the thick dark lace
���nch as was worn In the olden times
lo Venice, If we can Judge from the
pieces preserved In tlie museums. This
lace now shown Is made by machine,
bnt It is ln the exact designs of the
Old and seems to be as rich and hand-
tome as the original. Almost all laces
are now made by machine, which gives
OS a substitute so cheap that any one
cau wear lt, but there ls one variety
that so far cannot be imitated by machine, and that Is the Flanders. That
Is not such a hardship as lt might be,
however, for this particular kind of
lace Is uot especially attractive aud
cannot be made to take the place of
any other kind for lightness and grace,
which Is what all lace should stand
for. Flanders lace is close, nnd the
patterns are hy DO means dainty. The
Wealthy women may he sure that there
ts-ill be nn Imitation. Mrs. Astor had
several yards of this lace twelve
Inches wide for flounces, but sha sent
it to the museum.
The preference Just now appears to
be for the Venetian point lu flas or
ecru and for tbe various Irish points.
These all have sufficient body to be
worth while to make Into coats and
skirts. Sometimes they are made up
over taffeta of some contrasting color,
but when rhe 'silken lln'ng ls of the
same color and shade ns the lace the
effect ls far more satisfactory. It ls
quite an Innovation to find a coat
made of the heavy Irish point without
a lining worn over a dress of delicate
taffeta in some one of tlie Pompadour
designs aud with what are called nun's
folds around the foot of tbe skirt for
all t__e ornamentation. It is certainty
rich as to material, but somehow goes
tar toward suggesting tlie dressing
sack so far as appearance goes.
A gown worn recently at n ceremonious occasion was of delicate
mauve taffeta with flowers that rs.
semble those on the fashionable wall
papers. The sleeves reached but te the
elbows and made long white gloves
ebllgatory. The hat was of tanned
straw tilted high to the right tldt,
while on tbe left was a panache ef
white liberty with a bunch of peacock's
plumes���something that would have
been regarded a year ago as a very
risky thing to wear on account of the
peacock being a bird of unlucky omen.
Some of the daintiest and most fascl-
natlng of fie late summer gowns are
Of marvelously fine nnd 6heer linen
batiste and trimmed with narrow ���aad
HE I.ACE GOAT.
run tucks, these sometimes with hem
stitched edges. Between the clusters
of   tucks   are   Insets   of   Valenciennes
lace, nud all edges are finished win
mtlle. of the tamo. Nowadays ibi_
particular Ince Is liner and more delicate amJ attractive than ever before.
There are manj smart grass linen
dresses t.i natural color bqiag made
up with no end of in- e Insets, er sometimes with en-brolderj ivrougb. on tlie
fabric Itself, One suejj gown b?..| tlie
skirt embroidered for ,-i distance of
twelve Inches frum the foot in front
to eighteen In ihe back. There was
u bell made of the linen in folds,
while the waist was in surplice style,
ami nil edges were embroidered to
match the design ou the skirl, but ii.
Bmaller figures, This was made On
an elderly woman, and the only touch
Cf eoiu- about it was a gofl V In froiU
of the walsi Of pale green. Tbe dress
was tbe natural color of the flax.1
Other gowns Of Ibis natural flax linen I
are made with nun's folds or plain
tucks aboul the lower portion of the
skirt, while the waist Is a muss of
rich lac,, or embroidery.
Some very dainty and pretty frock'
(for young girls aro made In wlmC !
railed Peter Pan style, which mean |
That they are made to tit the figure
by means of shlrrlngs that begin at
the   bust   Une  and  finish   about  six
Inches below the belt.   The shirrs arc
drawn   to   III   tbe   figure,   ami   it   It
n   pretty   nnd   youthful   Mile.   Light j
lawns, organdies and all sTtch nuite-
rials uinUc up daintily in this fttfupa. i
OLIVE HARPEE.-. ;
DEC,,
- Queen's Avenue -
w
pKOFE88,ONAt
HITESIDE _. KUVAvn
Five hundred and seventy-five dollars,
one-third cash, will buy one of the
best lots ever offered in the City of
New Westminster.
A few lots on Queen's Ave., just on
the brow of the hill, well out of the
morning mists, with uninterrupted
Five hundred and seventy-five dollars,
one-third cash, will buy one of the
best lots ever offered in the City of
New Westminster.
Columbia   ���      ..'   v"rs'BH..
W.J. wi..,     ,.',f7>4
wr oi        Buorem. __J_?J
Canadian   H
unr .me L>
^*.   �� a  stfrw��mnie"
Mart, o
loan.
-tti
view of the Fraser River and valley, Mount Baker and the Olympia
Range, are now offered for sale. These lots are situated just on
Queen's Ave., off Third St., opposite the well-known residences of F.
J. Hart, W. E. Vanstone, etc., bounded by Tipperary on the east and
Peele St. on the west. Sewer pipes already laid; every lot to lane.
Four inside lots, 42.9 x 116, only $575; one-third cash, bai. arranged;
while the corner lot, Peele St. and Queen's Ave., is offered at $650.
UJAHTIN. WEART ft ^
V      barrister.-, sollcitoifjT'
flees:   New Weitt_J_*g ft*
corner  Clarkson am! L.3
Vancouver, rooms _1 to 2. ,,f?
vilest,ee..   Joseph Martta? J.
W.  Weait  w. ,;. McQ_S��j|
Bourne.    Mr. Martin wil   ., J
Westminster olflces every Sjfil
ternoon "! I
Five hundred and seventy-five dollars,
one-third cash, will buy one of the
best lots ever offered in the City of
New Westminster.
Don't let this magnificent opportunity to purchase a fine residential site now and for always
slip, but secure it at once from the exclusive
agents.
Five
hundred and seventy five
dollars,
one-third
cash,   will
buy
one
of   the
best
lots
ever   offere
d   in
the
City   cf
New
Westminster.
McQUARRIE  &  CO.
Real Estate Brokers, Etc.
Purchase Notice
Notice is hereby given that CO days
after date 1 intend applying to tbe
Chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to purchase the
following described land, situated at
the mouth of the Kildaia river, Coast
district: Commencing at a post marked W. M.'s N. E Corner planted on
the soulh bank of the Kildala river
at the mouth, running as follows: 40
chains south, 40 chains west. 40
chains north to the shore line, thence
following shore line to place of commencement, containing 1-C acres more
or less.
Aug. 27, ISO*.
Locator, W  MOODY,
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Oct. 24,   190���.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to iny
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office 'Phone 185.
Barn fbone 137
COME IN AND INSPECT UUR LARBE
AND COMPLETE STOCK OF
Christmas
Goods
just arrived and including
Diamond Rings
Watches
Jewelery
Beautiful Gift
Umbrellas
Jewel Cases
AND
Novelties
of all kinds
Claims are marked by two legal
posts, one at each end, bearing notices. Entry must be obtained within
ten days if the claim is within ten
miles of the mining recorder's office.
One extra day allowed for each addi
tional ten miles or fraction.
The person or company staking ��
claim must hold a free miner's certificate.
The   discoverer  of  a  new  mine   is
entitled   to   a   claim   of   tooo   feet   in
length, aand if the party consists of
-     - - -   two, 1500 feet altogether, on the out-
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal put on which no  royalty    shall    bf
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in  charged the rest of the party ordin-
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories ary claims onlv.
and the Yukon Territory. ��ntry ^ $]o_    Roya].y g| fte rate
COAL���Coal lands may be pnr- of two and one-half per cent, on the
chased at $10 per acre for soft coal value of the gold shipped from the
and $20 for anthracite. Not more ject to the rights of all persons who
than 320 acres can be acquired by one have, or who may receive entries for
individual or company. Royalty at bar diggings or bench claims, except
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000 on the Saskatchewan River, where
pounds shall be collected on the gross the lessee can dredge to high-water
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock companies holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
mark on each alternative leasehold.
The lessee  shall  have  a  dredge in
operation within one season from the
date of the lease for each five miles
but where a person or company has|
obtained   more   than   one   lease   one j
A free miner s certincate is granted  dredge for each fifteen miles or frac-!
I for one or more years, not exceeding  tion thereof is sufficient.    Rental, $10
I five, upon payment in advance of $7-50  per annum for    each    mile    of river
per annum for an individual, and from
$50 to $100 per annum for a company,
I according to capital.
A free miner, naving discovered
mineral in place, may locate ��� claim
1300x1500   feet   by   marking   out   thc
same with  two  l'egal  posts, bearing ��� 20 years; also renewable
location notices,  one at each  end of'
: the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten miles
1 of a mining recorder's office, one ad-
��� ditional day allowed for every ad-
! ditional ten miles or fraction.     The
fee fnr recording a claim is $5.
At least ?ioo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
$500 has been expended or paid, the
locator may, upon having a sur
made and upon complying with
leased. Royalty at the rate of two
and a half per cent, collected on the
output after it exceeds $10,000.
Dredging in the Yukon Territory���
Six leases of five miles each may be
granted to a free miner for a term of
The lessee's right is confined to the
submerged bar or bars in the river
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
ist day of August in the year of the
date of the lease.
The lessee shall have one dredge
in operation within two years from
the date of the lease, and one dredge
for each five miles within six years
from such date. Rental $100 per mile
Yukon  Territory   to  be  paid  to  the
uryev "    ,    '
c.tVr,a,n'P,roIler-
requirements,   purchase
$1.00 an acre.
the   land   at
Prices Right.   No trouble to
show goods.
W. C. C MERLIN
TH-! JliWtLER       Columbia St.
BLACKSMITH ING.
Jla.-ing bright oni the Blacksmith-
lug business of R. H. Benson, l will
be pleased to see all hiy old customers, dS well <is new ones. Horseshoeing a /specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON.
Eighth   Street.
Permission may be granted by the
Minister of the Interior to locate
claims containing iron and mica, also
copper, in the Yukon Territory, of an
area net exceeding 160 acres.
The patent for a mining location
shall provide for thc payment f.t a
Royalty of 2!_ per cent, of the sales
of the products of the location.
PLACER MINING- Manitoba and
the N. \V. T., excepting the Yukon
Territory: Placer mining claims generally are too feet square, entry fe>-
$5, renewable yearly. On the North
Saskatchewan River claims arc cither
or  bench,   the  former  being   too
No free miner shall receive a grant
of more than one mining claim on
each separate river, creek or gulch,
but the same mincr may hold any
number of claims by purchase, and
free miners may work their claims ;
in partnership by filing notice and
paying fee of $2. A claim may be
abandoned and another obtained on
the same .reek, gulch or river, hy
giving  notice and  paying  a  fee,
Work   must   be   dene   on   a   claim
each year to the value of at least $200.
A   certificate   that   work   has   been'
abandoned, anad open to occupation
and entry hy a free miner.
he boundaries of a claim may be
feet long and extending between high   defined absolutely by having a survey
and low water mark.     The latter in-   mad��   ;"*cl   Publishing   notices   in   the
Yukon  Official  Gazette,
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST���
I EMPB
:8.000 I EMPRESS ( -v BRITAIN 114... J
tl. Po*ert EMPRBSS OK tilDLA.N;. I      IONS
Travel in Uie .nine way as your letters, it is the quickest, safest end
most economical, From St, John, Dec.
1st and Dec. 15th. For particulars
apply to
ED. GOULET,
i C, P.  R, AGENT.
Petroleum���All  unappropiated   Do-
minion Lands in Manitoba, the North- !
| west Territories and within the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for1
1 eludes bar diggings, but extends back
. to the base of the hill or bank, not
I exceeding tooo feet. Where steam
I power is used claims 200 feet wide
j n.ay be obtained.
Dredging in the Rivers of Manitoba \ petroleum, and thc minister may re-j
ana the N. W. T., excepting the Yu- : serve for an individual or company |
kon Territory���A frce miner may ob-j having machinery on the land to be |
tain <;��� nly two lea_.es of five miles each prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tor j
for a term of twenty years, renew- ; such period as he
able it the discretion of the Minister
of the  interior.
XMAS AND NEW YEAR EXCURSIONS
To local [Kiints. Tickets will be issued
at single fare anci one-third for the
round trip. Dates of sale, Dec. 21st to
25th, inclusive, and Dec. 28th to Jan.
1st; good to return Jan. 3rd.
For further particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
E.   J.   COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Great Northern Ry.
Time Table
THE COMFORTABLE WAY
V. W. & Y. RY
Dailv I NEW II   Dally
Leave| WESTMINSTER! Arrive
9:20 am [Blaine; BellIng-|3:C0 pm
4:35pm|ham       Bur!ing-|9:55pm
[ton,   Mt.    Ver-
|non,      Everett,
Seattle and
[Portland,
4: 36 pmiSpokane,       St.J3:00 pm
jPaul    and    all
points East.      !
9.20 aui|Anacortes, 13: 00 pm
IWoolley,     andl
iRockport,
*!:00 pm Vancouver |!i:20am
9:55 pmj |4:_5pm
Lv, New Westminster for
Guichou 1!:!J0 p. m. Ar. Qulchon
C p. tn., Monday, Wednesday,
Friday.
8:45 a. m. ar. from Qulchon,
9:30 a. di. l.v. for Vancouver.
Route of the famous
"ORIENTAL     LIMITED"
2���Daily Overland Trains���2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis,
Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis and  all   points  East.
For complete Information,
rales, berth reservation, etc.,
call on or address,
F, C, MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building.
New Westminster, 11. 0
S. (',. FERKES, A. <;. P. A.,
Corner Second Avenue and Columbia St., Seattle, Wash.
Northern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Excellent Service.
HOWAY,  REID & B0WE8 !
ters,   bi etc., 4.
street,   1 , ���   y, ���
Westm '    '      a Whealler, po 1
241,
GEORGE 1. " utTIN, Banitftl
Bollclti ��� hon block, Coi
iia and Mi Ki ��� tree.., N.ww|
minster, 11. c,
W. MYERS GRAY. Ban Bter m
and N'"'   ' '      -s;
lv'.'l a- N'i        - tminster, BC.
fin', rem 1 irtls Clock.!
sou   strei te  Couri Hal
P.o  Box IG.     . lephone 64
BOARD OF TRADE.-N.t Wat
ster Boanl of Trade niee'.sitl
Board Room, City Hall, as (.:_[
Second  Wednesday of each ml
Quartwly meetings on the 1
Wednesday     of     February.
August and November, at I a
Annual meetings   un  the
Wednesday    of     February.
members   may   be   proposed
elected at anj monthly or oju
meeting.   A. K. While, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A, F.��_
���The regul 1 meeting ol'
Is held on the First Wednejdi
each month, al y o'clock ;
the Masonli .emple, Sojonr
brethren are coi lially invitei.
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWoII 3_|
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, NO. J
F. & A. M��� Regular comnnr
tlons of this lodge are held oil
second Tuesdaj In each monuf
Masonic Ten ; le, nt 8 p. n.
lng brethren are ordially i">1
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist,
ROYAL CITY PRECEPTORY.titj
r. B. K. of I. meets second |
fourth Friday i ' each month,!
p. in.. In On nge hall, comaj
Roval avenue and John street.
journlng Sir Knights cordial��|
vited to attend W. E. Dunlop
P.;   E. E. Matthias, Reg.
LOYAL  ORANGE  LODGE, NO.
���Meets  in   Orange hall W
third Friday In each moir.hni
m.   Visiting brethren are wffl
Invited to attend    B. E m
YV. M.; J. Humphries, Rec.-***
The le. .ec's right is confined to thc
submcrseC* beds or bars of the river
below nny low water mark, and sub-
for first year and $10 per mile for each
subsequent year. Royalty Fame as
placer mining.
Placer  mining  in  the   Yukon  Ter-, will be sold at the rate'of $3 an acre,
ritory���Creek,  gulch,   river  and   hill subject to royalty at such rate as may
claims  shall  not   exceed   250  feet  in j bc specified by Order in Council,
length, measured on the base line oc
general   direction   of  the    creek    01 W. W. CORY,
gulch, the width  being from  iooo to      Deputy of the Minister of the In
20C1   feet,     All   other   placer   claims   terior.
-hall it -50 feet square. Dept| Jnterior ,
may   decide,   the ,     r
length of which shall not exceed three I QuVcTiVme^
times the breadth.     Should the pros-!
pector   discover  oil   in   paying   epian-   New  York,  Chicago,
titles, and satisfactorily establish such T c      D     .
discovery, an area not exceeding 6401 I OrontO,  ot.  raul
acres, including the  oil well,  will  be AND ALL POINTS EAST
sold to the prospector at the rate of
$1  an acre, and the  remainder of tl.c
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,,-       .   ,    ���   .        .    _  ,
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates  to  Southern   California.
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
,.0.0. F.-AMITY LODGE, fti
The regular meetings ol m%
are held ln Oddfellows hall,uq
bla street, every Monday.era
at 8 o'clock. Visiting wethraj
dlally invit'"1 :- ittend A.r,r
d      V(; . u- C Coatham,RecJ
A. O. U. W.-FRASER LOCGE 1
-Meetings the first and IWJ
day In earl, month. "P
brethren cordlallj miv.i��i>����3
Lodge room, V. O. �����*"*
fellows'  block, Clarkson 8W��
S, Corrigan,  ^''r; L
master workn an.
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND.   ���
Red Rose D.        >!",  '     s
Fourth Wedn
r !��� ;      coiui   -.
White no* '���   .
.in...     I-: ..   .      \
In K. (
8  p, III.,
Wednei d i
cordially    lm
coinii., Pre
ii   Disney
?,rW
COURT BRUNETTE. Nftjj*;
-Meets the Fourth F|W ,
month
at   S   o'i Ioi '������
dock.
Vlsll
hall.  Oddfellows   ��� "���".���   dloi
brethren are cordlall) in*    f|
tend.    .1.  H.  i'-1'""1' ^ '     '
Maxwell, R. S.
COURT ROYAL. COLUMBIANS
A. O. F.-Th�� '/7 /,i,cS��j
this Lodge are hew u'.o0im
and Fourth Tuesday�����    ^(tl
at 8 p. m. in l,ie0n    ,���. (J
Visiting  Brethren "lie^ftf
vited to attend.   ''������ v"
V. P. Maxwell, :���"'''���
THE ROYAL TEMP^8-��U
PERANCE ni""1 "'': ojiifeW
at 8 o'clock p. "'" ! t Vli
Hall, Columbia > |IfJ��
Brethren are cordially'Dj_Br
tend, Geo. Burr, s. i/..
Sec.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 H.'stfngs St., Vancouver, B, C.
A. D, CHASLTON,
Portland, Ore A. G.   A
BqNSOPSCJ)TLANDoB^
SOCIATION,
CAMP, 191.���Meet
Third Tuesday 0
K.   of   P. Ha"'
Chief; J. J. Forn
|SLE|
ever) ' ,Ni^
.ii'ii" ���Et.
er, Bee sec "-*"**
IpSDAY.
DEC '3. 1906.
Tin; DAILY NEWS
l. C. Mills, Timber and1 Timber No,ices
Trading Company
HUES OF WOOD.
THE   BLAST  FUKNACE.
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer! and Dealers in All Kinds of
umber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
1 '    " ��� hain     rtuth, i" i h mi ��� resl
" ' l*��ln     ii irth    mi chain i    tti
;'':i '  ' ":''""''   ' ':' "'* �����*"��...,  wiw. ..  I.  -.,-. i. �� a    i. �� ....  ...... I,  ,. W����..   ..
                             '        WOre 01     '                                                                                    lllll r. I ...   Il,.��n,l<r
���   I   Intend  to            to  the         ''"inmon Ing  al  a   ; -    marked      *''' "" !l1" mahoganj  whicb ��e ������� rhe funcllou ol  a  blast  furnace
.  , , ,,,..                  | :                        . i:   Corner, planted on the '" f"" ''"'''   ''vlllhi��'''' as '<'i helrteMi the reduction ot ores to metallli   li
,     ,                                   hank of the KUdala rivei   about ^ "io real antique It Is said to be, foe The iron ore. like stone and coke
...,,       ....     ..     ,     ,, neirioonm .   ij :������ ���,..,,!,- to order, and pm i.i ;.: ttte t ; and the . m i    i -
''          '        ���> <                 .,                            '" the riw mn a furniture eonnobweur will have arc drawa off it the base
��"l     m              ite,I   on         'im mouth, running a    follow dlfflrnltj    n detecting the difference peri.urc W'the Interior of a blast M
1  ia     ii                                 chains   ..iiiii.  i iiaiii.  ���,..,.   io Mosi  | , i,. think ,>r mahogany as a nace when In operation varies aw
���  uiimenclng  it a post plan!    '''"" ' "'"'ll1- 160 chains ea t to poinl deep red. while. In fact, when new It Is Ing to circumstances,  hn!  the m
���.;,.  , om               ,    . "r    commencemonl,    . mlalnlng   640 " "*kl color without stain, and when] iron when drawn off is aboul 1..""..m>
���      '     "I   ' a    i     |(|n      ,,     '   .  ���    "  '"''   '"""
i     folio* '     -<'i   ��� I  '   Commen
FARMERS ATTENTION!
umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
���   ���a__l-_IMMM
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
treated  with  colorless  liquids  it   i>e . grees   P.,   indicating  a   much  hi.
comes a golden shade,   This darkens! temperature Inside.
"',l   with age, una nt present all the genu
'*      '���'' "hain . -������""   "'    i"'"1   uinn.e-1 with age, and at present all the genu       To   withstand   spch   terrific   he
"' '��� -'' chalna i , ,    '     u   Corner, planted od Hu* Ins mahoganj which we sea mosl have which  la  maintained by  a power
ai, ;    , i:,.   , |   '""'"i hank of the Kildala fiver, aboul attained it�� ,inrk hue through oanturlM blast of air wblob nets much ill Iiu
five .nui a half miles up the river from of use.  it In about tti��> most expensive same manner ns a forced drafl on
i ,.���.���,..,. |n . ,,, .,  ,, .     in.. 'he   mouth,   running as follows:   160 of ,,1,> wooda In ijenerni w��e. but rir boiler, the furnace is line.i on the I
���i   ,..,    ,.,,. Q1n��� u    ... |, chains  east,    10   chains  "south,    160 caM',in "alnul Is valued even higher ���Me with a fine grade of flre bri
elephonc
New Westminster
rbalns  west, 10 chains north to nolnl   I,lr,1"0':o ""-ri.' Is next, i .-o.tiy mate    thoroughly bunted    This wail of ni
in treating it ita grain ts perhaps the thick, outside of "hich is the ste-l
most eocentrlc of all the varldas styles, Jacket of the furnace; aboul one-quar
snd consequently Ita working up snd ,er of an 1'1"'1 thick.
its lasting qualities ar<> rather uncer The lining "'. a fornace will i -
tain ihe differences In grain make from two to alx years, according to t'a.
dlfferencea In Ita density ami hence Its nature of the material smelted, the
Notice Is hereby given thai thirtj ' "Imposition to crack and split Vernis furnace being in contlnuoua operation
 'i  ,!���,,_  ..,���    a..,.. ,',.., _    _.-,    .     Martin Is a style which waa a favor
���' ���'   se t, mur" oi :������ ���    to
I'-'n  along  ci iek   to poi n    il
��� ���a'
1 'ommeni Ing al p .al ,, ,a    i
l'i!. i'ii'"',. u , ea
acre ;. more or les i
i Locatoi i WILLI \M MOODY,
per Frank Vandall, Agent.
��� innin ;    i     follow
in   chain
i ��� ��� huln   -I
��� r.- -r
I GO
' an
days  after   date I Intend lo applj  li
: Sr i inn. chief Commi islouei ol Land*
In the reign ol  loin- X\ . an.l its pop
nl.*.rit \  has n'i waned with the rears
.ui'i  works im- ;i    cense to .-ut   .mj   ,. . , , .
 '   It lakes its Hume from a famous iuai
rarrj awaj  Umber from Hie following   u, nnmed Martin who were note,! cab
lands in     th.-. Inetmakera In l-ouls \\  s reign    lh.-
during thai rime    it takes nUmi -   .
weeka to rcllne a furnace
After a furnace is "blown out," o
ce.-l.es  to  lie  used,  tliere   Is  n  qUaill
of Iron which cools and smldlfles   '
Iuim'  ol   ihr  furnace     Th1_  In  .
imen    '    ��� ated   Skeena district, on Copper river, about   beautiful  spattered gold dust  decora    aalBmnnder. and It la necessary  I
Gilley Bros.
We wish to call the attention of the (Brick
using) public to our new and
varied stock of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRE55ED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay Co., at
Claybum, B. C.
' "I' Dala Rh      :   .������ |      2  | _��� m||es ���,, ,,,������ ,|���, n,nll||1:
nor; h   han ivor
, ���
���   - '     ��� ��� :i    !. ��� ii       ,��� ,
:.      ' ith, mon   ir lu ivei
ug river I . mnoncc
tlon. wllh Its paintings by Wait,-an. is
tbe real Vernis Martin style, unchan i
No. i    < iiiiiineiii-iii . al :i posi planl ' edtodnv
' !   ",1   lh"   louthensl   cornei   on   the Oak Is a!  the heed of the Hats o
north  bank  of the river, running as woods which bave varied finishes   Hoa,
follows:   so chains north,  120 chains oak is a brown green shade, caused bj
ivi   I,  io chains south, more or less to 'on'J Immersion In peat or marsh !>.>_���.
N'o. 11    Con , planted
'���        '    ��� '      m     io n  iu!h, mi
1 u     of Dala River, r innint
river, ihen along rivei- to poinl of emu
inenccmeni
Old   English   oak   has   a   rich   brown
Khiide. supposed to be acqulre��l by age
and the smoke from fireplaces   Both
Commencing al a imsi planl    these styles nre. however, successfully
.. ,.   |   j,) ciiains  '"' z ' - ,"'1''' "'' l:'"ni ""' mouth on   Imitated by lhe manufacturers of to
loc  ind'80 clialua  norlh bank of Copper river, running as   dB-v-   Weathered oak and Flemish oak
eas    10      , ���       mth, mo  ��� or lea    lo   Co"OW8:     '" "hain- north, 80 chalna
lynamltc t.> loosen tins mater! il       '
cret ii oul of the furnace so thai
pairs enn be consummated    Balan
der has a  readj   sale, as ll  is a  "
K-r.iiia ni pi: iron.
As :i rule, when trade conditions a' -
good n bins! furnace is never ..Ila-1 '
to COOl down or lie taken out of I.' '
except al Intervals Of several years loi-
rolininc    Baltimore Sun.
Tool,    lite    11 ii'iiil    H.-n.r
On one of the southern rallrn.. j
there is n station building thai is c.vn.
monly known in (rnvelers asthes
,en  Liong to polni of com- east' '" ('l,;li,ls n��rth, 10 chains east,
-i) chains Bouth, mor ��� less, to river,
mencemeni
; at a posi plant-
I ahoy     . :        es up I oni the mouth
' ��� '   Dala   lllver,    m     outh   bank,
unnins .,   ��� iIIoh -:   in chain   east, 10
n i   a.    120   , hains   east,    10
��� :!    north, :n nc or less,  to river,
' '���-������'1   along  rn       hi   ; olnl   of corn-
are both popular finishes, the former
representing 11, dor which  rain and    os( '^Evrl Mal;,��-,"in "amerles',   "l
sun ami wind would cause on the oak,
ami  tin-  latter  is  black,  representing
then along river to poinl of commence the effecl caused hy centuries of smoke
ment, containing 640 acres more or on overheated rafters Antwerp oak is
less. | ono of the dark finishes like the others
Locator, WM. MOODY
I-
of this station thai the story is i ' 1
thai nn oh! farmer was expeetlll ��� '
chicken ii i e to arrive tliere. and hn
sent one of his hands, a newcomer i
fetch it    Ar;-.- lng there, the mnn
Per Agent, Frank Vandall   suit
mentioned, bul varnlah and shellac are   ,,,,, hmwp   ,,.,,,,���, ��� on to hlg ���.     ..,
used, so thai  a  high polish  Is the re j ������,, 8tBrt(Hj f���r n0mCi    Qn the way  ..���->
\e Royal Bank of Canada
la    in i have
irlty to depositor-!, START NOW
wil ��� regret it. People do harder thing,
to sho.   for it
i,;|i-' '  '   ipens .rn ac ouni     P it U In ;    ir po   et, II �� iui 1 prob
nothlsg      ��� ONE DOLLAR    leposlted everj   .  ���      with   .- will In
II 04.50.    THINK   THIS  OVF.R.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   0   O'CLOCK.
���.-... a ��� a iosI pi inl
��� i na' ii. im : h - he 11 o!'
. Vrm, ".i ith bank, running
! ' lail outh, 10 eh.iins
. est, 10 lain mth 10 baln i w ist,
lu chains n n th, 10 i hains west, 10
chain north I ire o less, to shoro,
' ien al m \    shore   to   poinl   uf  com
Land Registry Act
i met a man i-i uni form With (he wor:'
Birch,  natural or curly; maple and   "Station  \genr on his cap
Sycamore   are  the  original   wood   shol   ;      ..gay   ,,,,,]  on      Wh-M   hnve  \ ,ni    .-
lacked and varnished without artificial' on ||):,| ��� .,���,���'a" i,,, naked
stain.   BrooklynBagle, "M, ehlckeri house, of course," \-
���        ~      '  lhe replv
iroidi ' r ri.- --,w.���r. "Chicken h iuse be liggered!" expi***-
Dr.  Banders       an  .   I   Scotch  phy :,���,,,,������,, ..,    "That's the statlo
slcl.'in.   was   a   ..   'er  i '���' ir.-ii't.-r.   but.  a!
clever doctor.
Ladles' Home .lournal.
Tl.r   Olll   l'l mo   Tr..    nf   Cn*.
So roughly did he handle his patients     In ,,,��� K,,m, of ,.,,,,   ,,, ������,   Kci.,,.
Hint the Ignorant wero chiefly anxious   S(Vr ,,,���,,, ,.,^u,,^ Joilteni,,, g^rirt, a
to escape bim.   Tlio story gi���.* thai as
lie was passing along tbe street one
mencemeii Re Lot 484, Group 1 (excepi two parts   day a sweep rolled from the top to the
istplaul conveyed), New  Westminster 1"'    bottom of a  staircase outside one of
I ,,.i(.| the houses.
ailed  the doctor,
��� .   .   . a   me-liall  mile   i oni the head trict.
i   '��� m, on   the  north  bank,      \   Certitlcate  of Indefeasible  Title |
i' chain, north, i,, n,,. a0OVe property will be Issued
10  i iains  smith, 120 ,,, Rhode  McKamtj on the B9th  dav
IU   chains   south,    120 of December, 1906, unless ln the mean
WESTMINSTER   BHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
easl
h.ili    ivest to    lore, th m along sh ire t|rae ��� valid objection thereto be made
���   oini   il commencement. :,, mg \n writing by a person or per
N'o. 15   Commencing at a post planl sous  claiming  an   estate or   Interesl
:      mt i a   mile 'I,' from the mouth therein, or In anj pari thereof.
Lho Dala  River, on o i 0  b ink, r in c  g  KEITH,
ning a-   follows:   .0  chains oast,   10 Distrlcl Registrar of Titles
Ft   DD/T/I~*rk  /      I   Un      '-'-.nr t  Cnlnnfinn   nf  chains north. 40 chains easl, 40 chains      Land    Registry   Office,   N'e"   Wesi
AKKlVLtU!     A  MapillCGIll  OCllJI-llOll  Ul   :      ! cast, 10 chains north, minster, B.C., 21sl  November, 1906
more oi les    i i river, then along rlvoi 	
��� i poin  of commencemcui. The person or persons having In tholr
No.].   Commencing a I posi planted , custod.   or   possession  the   following
K the mouth of Dala River, Coasl Dls 'nn,, rj |a ,,,| ,H|U. ln the Bald prop
trict, on   wosi   bank,  running as  foi orty are requested lo deliver the same
lows   lo chains west, SO chains north, to the undersigned:
120 chains east, 10 chains south, more      ,.,,,  Decembor,  L89B    Roberi  Qrau-
nr less, to river, (hen nloug river lo UU(, McKnmGJ, ,��� Thomas Roberi Mu
poinl of commeucemenl Knmcy, conveyance In fee,
So  17   i 'ommoiicln : al a in il plan
e,| on lho wesl  bank ol the Klttlmal MARTIN, VVISART ��   McQUARRIR,
\::,: ��� twelve mllei ith of Kll R��rri��U��r��, Solicitors, etc., New Wesl
a ii   Indian    Village,   opposite  Clou! mi"^'''  |,r
[Island   .'  moi Hi ol  Kildala Ann. run Agent,
, ��� nllow i'i ll Iill .    1101 111,    10
In . ,vest. in i baln ��� north, in chain ���
, ���. i i , linln i north 10 i hain - en ���',
:a r|] ||na \i polni til i ouimotu e nen
f-oninieni      it n pu t piani Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home-
H��P Capital. $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $4,500,000 -���'      ^ , ;;       , .tead Regulation.
Am available Dominion Unda with
raney Sweet Boxes and
Baskets, Containing
long's Celebrated G. B�� Chocolates
Jusl the kind of Christmas Present for a lady
- PURDY, The Confectioner g*rtft,sS
reet
nadian Bank of  Commerce
HEAD   OFFICE.  TORONTO.
���" ""U Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD   tsat Qen'l Managei
rhaln   ������ ���       "    : " i      ' i :'   I ' i '''  :
I dn ill      in   , haa   .   e i ���'
'ANCHCS THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
i
ilon
meni emenl
.',. i     I''      ' ' .   i' i '  a   l
lo     paia     ���'
RAL  BANKING   UUSINES -   I R VNS '
FARMERS'   BANKING.
facii;t' led  Farmers  for  their banking  business.    Bales  Notes
l��ed
l-'N'K.
: 5- .1   <>
���'        '".   lor collection.
'- '���':.   De] o*lta   m        i mad
' ������  a ..��� >���. erj a Uentlon.
' :STMINSTER BRANCH���H. R  DAVIDS   S   Manager
0P1 '     SATURDAY   EVKNING"-*. 3 TO .   O'CLOCK
in the Rallwaj Bell in BrltlBh Colum
hla, mnj be homestended by nny per
ion ��'''' la lhe sola bend of a family,
oi anj mate over is yeara of age, to
extent  of one quai ter  section <>f
,. i uhoiii   A'i" iiii       '     mi I lie nm un     ,.
' '.' ai res, nuno or leaa.
.   i,.      .   v,      on 1 lev,-is! ition t    -
.,,. i .    mt el thi  nn!"   Kn Kntrj   niii.i  i.n made personally nl
:, ��� |,:, \rm, running i   follows   ;     he loca! land office for the dlstrlot ln
. tin   ,., .    || ,i, ,||,. norlh, It) ���   i       " hich the laud la slluate.
..,! ���   io i n nn . nm in. SO ' hsln ��� <> ���
a   ,      .u        ii iih.   to    i-  Inl   '"  > '���'���
;. . ato : N iv    i, IP (I
|,m ator, \'. M, M " hm   1'i.n.f.
Pei   i':nnli  * n"! -;
���    .   :���!, I.0G
lhe houses,
"Are  ymi   hurt?
running forward,
"Not :i bit, doctor  nol n bit." replied
the   111:111   In   baste.    "Indeed.   I   f,��ol   a'
the better."
II ,*��,,�� tt.-, I,-   ..I   Home.
.loin's declined lo i sit the stoo with
Ills friend, snya London Health, "1
don't Inn.- tO cu to tho ?,iiii," he said.
"because my eldesl daughter doe. die
lun.moo walls, my seeond daughter
talLs like ti parrot, mj sou laughs like
a hyena, nn cook Is n< cross ns n bear
nud my mother In-law Bays I'm an old
gorilla."
City Electric Works
Oppo nl. ��* 1 mm Office
Por electric signs, dynamos, motors,
latin, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, bai
lories, wire and cables of all kinds
and '-i.e- House wiring Motor In
stalling i ipeclaltj Ml kinds of re-
pali a promptly  attended to.
I. DIGBY. Proprietor
PHONE 301.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
huge piano tree measuring nearly eighteen vav.v lu eiroiiiferenee. lt Is sur
rounded hy n podium or ralseil platform breast high, donbtless built to
support lbe mink of the tree after li
had become hOllOW and weak from nge
The lower branches are still well pre-
served   and   Iuim-   heen   shored   lip   hv
pieces of antique colujnns, over the up
per ends of which tin- branches have
grown like caps in consequence of the
pressure of their own weight Close by
the tree is n solid marble Beat, whieh Is
said to be the chair of Hippocrates, Un-
father of medicine, aud il Ib supposed
Mint lie taught the at! ot healing from
that seat He was Iionuat <'os .i.l 11
c. Tiii_ giviw a clew to the age of ilie
celebrated plane tree, which mus. lii-
COUSlderably more than 2,000 years old
Thin Peculiar World.
This is �� peculiar world, says an e.
change, One is struggling for justite
and anothei1 is fleeing from it. One
lllllll is BSvtng to build a house aud an-
ether is trying to sell hi* for less than
eo. t lo srel rid of It One man is spend
lng all the money lie can make in lal.
lng a girl to the theater and sending
her flower-". With the hope ot making
her  bis  wife,   while liis  neighbor  is
spending what gold lie has In gelling 9
divorce One man escapes all the dls
eases thai (lesb is heir to and gets kited on ii railroad. Another escapes with
a scratch and dies witli the whooping
COUgh,    One   mnn stands oil' his eredl
tors ami U'-es iimeiing while another
pays bis debta and stays at home.
tank of Montreal
"AI, (AI
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Branch.,
k. Chi,
Id.
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ESTABLISHED 181V.
Incorporated   bj   act   or   parliament
Id up)   	
.111,0' 0
110,000,000
Ihr homesteader is required to pel
form the condition! connected their
with under one of the following plans
i'1  \t  leant =ix months' residence
up in and ��� ultlvatlon ol the land in
��� H a on  (,i|- three years.
t'1 h the father mr mother) il ihr
ih'.i .   deceased) of the hotneateadet
,.-,,t. =   upon   a  farm  in  the   vicinity
,l��� ,.   |   |n an I   in   n|i|'l\    i"   ���        Oi   lhe   hnd   entered   for   thf   rci|iiirr
Pomnf      mei   nl   ban      mil  ments as to residence way be satlafied
,,,���,,.  ,,, , ���,  ;,,M , ,,,    by SUch  person re.iding with the  father  or  mother.
,,. ,   hnrobj  given lhal   : ' da;
Ol    a   .
llmiiei    from  the following de
....... ian i
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended tt}. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 27S
.'..n. ..Hnu
A Non i'a. land eongro* man one.
wenl tii I'laiiKiin fierce demanding an
office for a eonstiinent     fierce sent
bim    lo   .lames   t'lilhrio,   serin,u\    ot
tho treasury By and by the congress
niiin returned to the president In great
dudgeon
"Whal did t 'inlole laj to you aboul
appointing your friend?" Inquired thf
president "!lo said lie would be linnif
ed If lie would."
"Old GUthl'le talk that wii.v tO Mm'."
"He did"
"Well, Hull's the way be hllks to me.
ton." was Pier, e's consoling reply.
Losd Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,   G    '���   �����
  Hon-.' ir    President
A.   Dr tn :i.ond    President
-'.on \\r ��� Pre . lent    i i:   Oenei.    Wana
���"���'* butineu tran����cted.
*. fid., and     ��� - poodenUi In
eitlee ... 11  In  '���'"���: "       ���'   ''"*
. -1 of   ���"'
NGS   BANK    DEARTMJM
-" G. O. BRVMNCR- A*ent��
(3)  If the settler has his permanent
I   al   n   pnsi   tUHrked   rEtvm-e   upon   iirtning   land   owned
111(pi)  ������  ,.���,   by  him  m   the  tu-mily of^ his  home-
,     ���,,,  ,     1 ,     ,   stead, the requirements as to residence
Of the Kildala rhe,-. about ^   ^.^^  by  residenCe   u
, . 11 Hi    up from   tne   "*'m,h' v,m   ,he snid land.
,,;,,A ;    in 1 hains north, 1R0
I.   1 ���s  ho,,,!,,   1*0     Six months'notice In writing should
' '"" , , ihc even to th. "ommissioner of Do-
.1 ,1..,   .,,1   in   i'i n    id   commence-     , f,     .     , ri,.���        f ��� ,    .,	
" "       ' ' ' minion  Lands at Ottawa of intention
ment,  containing 040 acres, moro 0I', to apply ior patent.
less, w. W. CORY.
,   ,., ,,"!i'in.-   al   a  post,  marked .    ,      .       .
"' ,""1"" .' ,.   ,   _   ..���       Deputy   Minster of  the   Interior.
.V   M's 9W   Corner, planted on  the ���    '^i""'
north hank of the Kildala river, about N. B��� Unauthorized publication of
two miles up from the month, running Ufle adv^rttawront wHI not btl Jmid
.'. fon6Wsi 11 diaiiis norlh, 120chains|tor.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel, 113. Office, eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
t_t_.lf   or   * rn.in.-l .
lt  was a twos mu..     The player wlin
drove ofr flrsl bad bandy legs    The see
ond   in  driving off did  not   Uotlee that
bis opponent had got tn front of bim
and the ball ran Ibrouuh between the
opponent's leys. Turuiuu ar.nind it
anger the bandy legged one snid. "Here
mun, that's im g 'If"" "Weel," said the
other, "if U's not gol. It's croquet."���
Scottish Referee.
They  Don't  Sjn-nU   Now.
Miss  Mugley   Did   Mr.   Kn is
.surprised to bear that 1 was eugm
Miss Cutting   Oh, a  little bit.    MUs
Mugh-y   Did be ask when it happei
Miss Cutting      No, not "when," b t
"bow on earth."���London Express
Queens.
"Yos." ssld tlio gay Lothario, "1 c:
ed on four ladles last night."
"Hub! You must be 11 quitter,"
snorted lbe poker friend. "I'd keep
on raising all night If \ had a l*.aurt like
tliat."-Exebnnge. ��� -1
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THE DAILY NEWS
THUR8DAY
dec,
r
Public Supply Stores
CROCKERY DEPARTMENT
New Dinner Ware,    New Toilet Sett,       Our New
Stock Pattern has arrived;  ifs a
beauty.   Call and see it,
G. ADAMS,
PUBLIC SUPPLY
STORES
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended fot thi* column ihould be addressed, Social Editor, Daily New-. .', 0,
Box 402, New Westminster."
.1. A. Lee left last night en a business trip to Seattle.
Thi
Sheriff Armstrong has gone tu
toria.
.'!(���
: ' ','
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f      !    .
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Your Xmas Dinner
WILL  TASTE   BETTER   IF  THE
TABLE IS SET WITH SOME OF
MOREY'S CHINA
Call ana See Our Lovely Display
IWORFVS Columbia St.
irJl\_/-f %_C_if  M      ksJ      New Westminster
Castle P. Moss. C.E., will begin
work on Monday at this end of the
Chilliwack  tramway  Hue.
A mosi enjoyable concert was given
on Tuesday evening at the Hospital
for the Insane. Solos were sung by
Miss Lewis, Miss Stout, and Messrs.
Alfred Johnston, Koach, Jones and
Lush by, and a duet by Mesrs. Roach
and Johnston. Solos were given on
the violin, cello, and cornet by Messrs
Cameron. Greenhaugh and Kendrick.
and there were several selections by
D'Arcy's orchestra during the evening.
A Taylor of Edmonton whi-. with
.Mrs Taylor, has been visil ing Mi*
Beattie, returns home today.
H. W. Harbour, c.l'.it. train des-
patcher of Nelson, B. c. was in the
cit> yesterday, the guest of k. Goulet,
local station agent.
"SAVORY"
���SEAMLESS���
ROASTER
NewDownComforti
Dreamt of Beauty, every one of them
They have just arrived by express, t
Mr i
pAI.
SUPERIOR to any other
roaster made. Not an ounce of
substance lost; other roasters waste
Iti to 20 per cent. Needs no water,
grease or attention of any kind. It
simply asks to be let alone. Retains
all juices and flavors: renews the
youth of the toughest fowl.
CLEANABLE
No corners or seams to become filled
with burned grease.
Christmas present seekers   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
Any good housekeeper would welcome iUch t
some bed coverings, and the very sight of ��a
pleasant dreams. em e<
If you wish to see the nicest Comforter,       ,
in New Westminster, see these. iVt,lh
ANDERSON & LUSBY
FINK DOWN-PILLED COMFORTERS
1,roca<led to.
"���U-<. I
,"'":ls""''- brocade
OTHER GltADBS WE SnOW are exc,!ie���, va,���, .      ^
s'lui'lings an signs of Bateen, all   down   niled -">rwm
these    Bach   ____so ��_. nr,.., ''"'"'' ;is low ��
CRIB COMFORTERS - Special  values thi  ,       _    ...
Prices, each  Wii wo
rn with brocaded silk borders, also Ugh, i,i���!'.' . "m���
ders to match.   The best we have.    Bach
OCR NEXT GRADE Is in Comforters    win,
saiin covers with satin boarders, fine down fillin
$37.
All sizes in a new lot of sofa
and H.2.
PILLOW .-OR. IS
WHITE HOUSE
Ladies' Sax. Blouses
The Most Stylish and Dainty All-Over
Lace and Silk Blouses that we have
ever shown at  The  White  House.
^  AJ.BIRTCR 275 Columbia St.
Kev Dr. Sipprell, principal of Columbian College, left yesterday on a
visif to St. Catherines, Out-
Ed. Goudie of Kevelsioke wa.- in the
ciiy yesterday. He will leave today
on a visit to friends at Santa Rosa,
Cal. He says that business i.s good
up country, Inspite of lots ol snow
and  x^ry cold weather.
The marriage of Miss May Lloyd,
daughter of Mrs. ,1. B. Kennedy, and
G. Burnett Green, M. D., is announced
to take place in Knox Presbyterian
church. Sapperton, on Saturday. Dec
Hon. R. McBride was in town yes-!
terday.     He is  billed   for   a banquet
at  Vernon this evening und a public
meeting at the same place tomorrow :
night.
Special Xmas Offer !
$20.00 Suits for   $18.00
$_2.UO  Suits  for   $20X0
$25.00  Suits for    $22.00
IS.tm Pants fur   $5.00
Al) Suits Made to Order.
YEE KEE & COMPANY
Merchant Tailors.
SUITS CLEANED AND PRESSED
��� P. O. Box 644
j 139 G-lmnfa St.       New Westminster
���IN CUSHION FORMS, ia all desirabli
main
Prices -u;
Mc to H_.|
: '"���'"��� Kat-l
'5c to 35c
W. S. COLLISTER & Q
�����, .....   ���        ���  .V.IH
I
BR YSON & SONS
MESSRS. HARDMAN & BRYSON having
now dissolved partnership, the business will be
carried on as heretofore by BRYSON & SONS
UP-TO-DATE STOCKS  OF
Hardware, Ranges, Stoves, Tinware,
��� Graniteware and Enamel Goods -
BRYSON & SONS, Columbia st.
....CALL ON....
r.A.Mu_r&Co-
PHARMACEUTICAL
CHEMISTS for
PURE DRUGS and
CHEMICALS
Prescriptions a Specialty.
Ellard Block,
New Westminster.   - -  B. G
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
S�� ��� ��� Cj��� ���%���
Good Buys in City Lots
Double  corner on  car  line,  12th St.,
132 X 11*2 ft $650
Large lot, cleared and fenced, one block
from car $210
J_ot  on   7th  Ave., one block from car
 $110
Dwelling aud _ lots (���'! cleared), on car
line.   .$2,200
By Water to Seattle.
The Daily News announced yesterday morning that the C. P. It. was to
bave a subsidy of $0,000 a year for
a Victoria-Seattle mall service, and
iin-,'.- the announcement is made from
Vancouver thai as soon as the Bteam-
ei Princess Victoria Is repaired she
will  be placed on the  triangular run
��� ��� i een Vancouver, Victoria and Seal
��� a Thla seems to mean thai the run
��i'i :������ malmaine i all the year round,
i'.. i .roup st tea thai the Pi In-
' ��� Beati Ice will be pul on Ihe inn
I el ween Victoria and Seali le on 1 )'���
cember 16 and that the Prlncesi Vic-1
toria  will take the triangular i un as
'��� m as ilie repairs now being made to
hei   a!   Esquimali   are compli ti I.
How  the   Plan   Worked.
Chief  Mcintosh    gave    a practical
test   to  Alderman-elect  Johnston's ad-
yice yesterday evening, and found out
that,  while  it   might   sound  all   very
well in theory, ji did not work out in
practice.     Mr.   Johnston had   intimated that the police should take drunk
���en   men   home,  and   when   word   was
���brought to the chief of police last ev-
ening that an old Irishman was lying
in   a   very  besotted   condition   at   the
foot of Third ave., near Sharp's mill.
Be decided  to make a test case.     He
Inquired of the jagged one as to where
he lived   and   was  given  the address!
of a young married couple w-ell known
j -to  the chief,  who  live  some  distance
up   the   hill.     The   chief   helped  his
man along until they reached the residence of the young couple, where he
deposited   his   find   in   the     kitchen,1
much   to   the astonishment    of    the
young  woman,   who  did  not   seem  to
understand   what   it.   all   meant.     The
chief  removed   the   drunk's coat   and
vest and hung them on a chair to dry.
the husband assisting in  the task  in
a  mechanical way.
There   seemed  to  the  chief  to   be
something peculiar about the way In
which the young couple received their
guest, but he pu! it down to their astonishment  at  seeing him  drunk  for
the first time, and. perhaps disgusl al
the filthy  condition   he  h "1   gol   himself Into.    As the chief was leaving
after having made  the booze fighter
as  comfortable  us   possible the  li I.
of the house remarked, "Surely you're
nol   going  away,    and    leaving
man   here.      Who   Is     hi
"Doesn't  he live here?'
chief, who tried  to loo
Funeral of T. H. Arthur.
The funeral of T. 11. Arthur, who
died at the Royal Columbian hospital from cancer of the stomach on
Tuesday evening, will take plai
'S o'clock, toda;.. in the Masonic
etery. The deceased wns a farmer,
and had been a sufferer for a considerable time. He was about fifty years
of age, and came here from Ontario
some years ago. A sister Is living in
expected   to   arrive
at
coin-
Victoria,   and
here in time for the
funeral.
A. R. McDonald. Nell McKenzie and
Murdock McDonald, three young men
frmn Glace Bay, arrived in lhe city
on Tuesday, and intend to make this
place their future home. They have
been making themselves acquainted
with a number of blue noses who
preceded them to the coast, and have
received a warm welcome everywhere.
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, firsl served. We
need the cash and you want the goods. This is a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
IC and 71S Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Strettl
Tide Table   Fraser River
For the week ending Dec. 10,
NEW WESTMINTSBR.
High
Water.
   0.35
13.15
   2.10
13.50
Dec.   10
Dec.   11
^^ that
anyway."
Inquired  tii"
as if tai lng
Dec.   ] 2
Dec.  13
Dec.   14
Dec.   15
Dec.   16
Dec.   10
14.30
.  4.25
15.10
15.50
  6.20
16.35
    7.1U
17.25
SAND  HEADS.
High.
Time. Ht.
Death  of  Well   Known  Doctor.
Victoria,  B.   C,  Dec.   12���Dr.   Cen.
Duncan, until recently one of the best
known medical men here, died to-day
at  St.  Joseph's  hospital, as a   resull
of  injuries   sustained   In  a   runaway
accident a year ago.    He was an officer  ol   Hie   Governor General's   Coot
Guards   In   his   younger   days,   and
taught   school   nt   Ottawa.     With   his
brother,   John   A.   Duncan,   who  was
lost  on steamer Islander, he practised
medicine here, and was made Dominion quarantine officer on the death ol
Dr.   McNaughton  Junes  in   ixu::.    n<>
went to China with the Japanes array
during Hie China-Japan war as a med-,
ical  volunteer.
drunks Into strangers' houses was an
evei .'day occ n rence. Sei Ing thai
in ; her his wife nor the chiel could
speak another word from sheei astonishment, the husband explained lha!
;!i" man had Been rooming there until
aboul a week before his marrlagi
that thai accounted for his wif
knowing him.
"Never   again!"   sny.-   i hiel
tosh.
and
not
Dec.   11
I"   a |2
Dec,   13
Dec.   U
Dec.   li
12,85
.  1.32
13.12
.  2.46
13 50
.  3.46
14.30
.  4.43
15.12
12.8
9.6
13 0
10.5
11.6
13.4
12.6
13.5
13.4
13.4
I 1.1
13.1
1906.
Low-
Water.
6.45
20.50
7.50
22.00
8.35
23.30
9.25
0.10
10.25 I
0.50 I
11.10 !
1.35 '���
li'. lu
Low.
Time.   IK.
5.34    6.0
19.34    5.7
6.43
20.17
7.is
20.59
8.46
21.40
9.43
Horse Clipping Machines
T\7"E have a line of light and compactly built
POWER CLIPPERS of special durability, suitable for small and large stables.
Our 20th century is cheap and good. Our
clippers work easier, clip faster and take a
thicker coat, leave a finer finish, wear longer
than any other on the market. We have the
STEWART SHEEP SHEARING and a
great labor saver.     Call and  see  them at
T. J.  TRAPP & CO
Limited
LOTSl
lm
���i.s
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1.6
CLEARED, with streets on three sides.
Ave.   If sold this week, these can be had
half cash, bai. in 11 months.   A fine buili
a good speculation.
Fine residential lot, cor. 12th St. and 5th Ave
Close to 4thfi
,,i $800,
site and I
ni.
. $550.
Two Cottages to Rent.     Furnished Rooms l<>
Kent.
WHITE & SHILES
m Cfilumhia Sf., MM WesfminsItT
Phone 85,
Good wholesome pastry cannol re
Kiill from Inferior lard any more than
can good bread from Inferior (lour, perhaps its the lani thai is handicapping
your efforts Jusl try Reichenbach
Co. Ltd., ii is as white as snow and a.
pure as gold, 237
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MONEY TO LOAN
on improved farm lands at moderate rates of interest and special
terms of re-payment. Likewise,
we will assist you to build, by
advancing the necessary funds,
re-payable   on   very   easy  terms.'
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B.1
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Electric Railway Service;
Inter-urban   Line. n      an  mi..,,.,    s. rvice   during r f
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hair-
hour from 5:60 a. in. to 11 p
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:,'!0
a, in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vanrouver ouly.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.16 a.m, to ll p.m.
20 Minute Service���no transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and ,. and 7.
30   Minute
 Kervlce    _   ,(
nialnder of day.   Transfer ��|
Leopold Place. j
Sunday   Service   halMK>urljf     j.
tween S a.m. an.l  U P*     .1
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service
in. to  11   p.m-, excep
12 and  2, and 5 and
which hours the
half-hourly. ,0.1
Sunday Service   MlMOBfW     j
from <������"
between
7 diiriDS
rvice'wU""!
tween S.:m a.111
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