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 -^ Ufcislative Aa^Z
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
NEVy WESTMINSTER, B.C
JAN 10 1908
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Shiles & Co
Uk*"r "U> ESTATE
269 Columbia-oi. Phone 85
NUMBER T.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C,   THURSDAY    MORNING.    JANUARY
TEN CENTS PER WEEK
BOARD Of TRADE
HEARS COMPLAINTS
Passenger Steamer to Victoria Wanted ���A Better
Road Petition   Endorsed.
LIQUOR INTERESTS ARE      hhu/f
DISFIAWINIi WOMEN
KEEPING      PRESENTATION MADE    CUT IN WAGES CAUSES     TIMBER DEAL WILL
RIGHT IN LIMELIGHT  TO MISS B. HARDMAN     HESI0N���S ^m
.   meeting of the   board   of
,.;,:,   yesterday  Presldenl Oilley Introduced  the  question   of   a     regular
Bteamboal   service between  this city
j   lorla.    Thirty  years  ago,  he
ted, there was enough trade    between the two cities  to    warrant    a
���    now  there  was none.     He
though!  that it was  the duty of the
men   dealing   with   Victoria
to have thi Ir goods shipped this way,
and that the C. R. R. should put on
Ed, i'" tlet, agent of the C. 1'. R., in
defence of his company, stated that
,   ,,:i    now practically no travelling along  thai  route.     In    th"    fall,
indise was now largely shipped
:,;.   tramp  steamers,   which   undercut
the rate   of   the C. P. R. passenger
large amount  of  the  pro-
thai once went  to Victoria via
. il.   from up river    points    was
ii.i-a  deflected  Into the  middle  west..
.       .    ��� i    was     referred     to   the
ttion committee to take   up
with ��� ���   C   I'. R.
ft'estern Steamboat  Co.  wrote
���    .;.  attention to the condition of
��� ��� ui be 11 .��� an 1 Chilliwack, and asked the co-operation of
.  i   to i ��� cure the services  of
oal   Sampson   on this    part
J, a. Cunningham, managing direc-
toi ol thi   Steamboat company, stated
lhat the same    communication    had
ui in ihe Chilliwack board of
moved that the board ai>-
point ii committee to consist of the
. secretary and chairman of
tie tra       nation committee to form
i en to interview the govern-
in.     Mr.   Q,   A.   Keefer,     to-
with the representatives of the
oal companies, in regard to the
matter.    The motion was carried.
I ''"ii was carried by which the
board endorsed the petition of the
residents and settlers along t'he Port
Moodi road, thai the road be taken
'" the government and made a
trunk road, and that the road be Improved.
A communication was    read    from
John It. Brown, of Adelaide, B. C, en-
',;,i       a copj of a letter to Premier
* B   li   nuing the necessity of deep-
Ieninj   thi   channel of  the    Harrison
Irt��ei    The letter pointed out that the
opening of the Harrison river to navi-
-������' on   would   admit of the    sending
down of :i   vast quantity    of    timber
which would come down  by  way of
���ne Praser river, and would also mean
""  transportation of a large quantity
supplies to the camps.    Tne work
ni,;""  much  to the  loggers and settlers.
���M; Cunningham pointed out that a
Sreat deal of material might be ship-
1"''i ! Waj of I'emberton that now
���' "t Squamish into Vancou-
"'' lm'veil that the mutter he
v,'"':' I " a .joini committee of the
Bavl :i!;"��   and   roads    and     bridges
Victoria,  Jan.  S.���The licensed   victuallers scored first blood In the muni
cipul campaign when tbej  secured  a
i decision    last evening     from     PoliCJ
Magistrate lay that women who have
j paid no rates or tax to the municipal-
; Ity  are  not  entitled  to  Lie  franchise.
j 'l'.ie  decision  affects  'ISO women   and
I there are also over two hundred    Old
' men   over  fifty   years of  age  against
whom the .vaine Objection is likely to
; be taken when the case comes on appeal before a judge of the supreme
court.
Last   year  this  vote  defeated T.   W.
' Peterson for mayor, but this year the
vote will be more evenly divided be-
tween   Hal] and  Morley.    The    fight
, will  lie a fierce one, as business men
' are lining up behind Hall, and the
moral reform and temperance people,
notwithstanding Hall's    well    known
' temperance principles, ar   largely sup-
I porting Morley.
I'. Augustus is Fighting C.
P. R. in B. C, and Dodging Trouble in U. S.
BE CLOSED THIS WEEK
Vancouver, Jan. 8.���A movement ,,1
y,the Ship Owners' Association of Pug-
West End Methodist Young _^^^_^^^^^^_
��   et   Sound  to make a reduction in  the
People Surprised Popular wage-, paid to their officers and en-
Young Lady Last Night     glneers' has been met wlth a very
1 loug'n   the   financial   stiiugency, is I     On   the   eve   of   her   departure   fori
:; ���      ed  to have  been keenly  felt by   Salmon Arm, where she has accepted
P. Augustus lieinze in New York, thai  a position  as school    teacher,    Miss
resourceful    American     mining    and! Beatrice     Hardman     was    yesterday
stock   operator   has  not   changed   his j evening presented with a set of toilet! ,  ..
mind   respecting large Land  and  Um-j requisites by the young people of the
ber an as  which  he owns  in
Columbia    He still does not wish to
have  forced  upon  him  his  undivided
half-Interest   In    the eight    hundred
thousand   acres  of  land  grant   whic'n
he jointly owns  with the Columbia &
Western   railway,  one    of    the    sub-
sldlary  corporations  of  the  Canadian
Pacific  Railway Co.  in  British Columbia.
British I West End Methodish church, the presentation  being made ui   her 'nome in
I decided stand on the part of the pilots
i masters   and   males   association   and
thi    marine  engineers association,  ac-
ug to the officers of the steamer
' Iroquois, which is one of the vessels
affected.
The officers and engineers are ten-
ng their resignation to go into effect tomorrow night if a cut is made
in the  wages that were in
J. J. Jones Disposes of 2500
Acres of Wooded Lands to
Wisconsin Capitalist.
A deal involving 2500 acres of timber lands, containing approximately
from 75,000,000 to 100,000,000 feet of
standing timber, is about to lie closed
in this city, the interested parties being J. J. Jjnes, of Third avenue, and
force for  W' N' ���NT��rton' ot' Medford,  Wis., who
r posts, but will stay on at the old
I rate till relieved.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   1IUI7.    The engineers will    not   leave
the evening, a suprlse party consisting    .   .
of thirty-five young pi ople having
been organised for this purpose. The
gilt was banded over to .Mi s Hard-
man by Miss Hessie Breen, Lavergne
Adams reading the following addn .-.-.
which was signed by represntatlves of I debased
the Young Peoples society of the W( -;
Steward  H.  G.  Robertson,    of   the
penitentiary staff, has been appointed
' storekeeper in succession to B. Burr,
W. Patchel! is promoted to
While    still    undivided,    these    lm-|End  Metho list church:
mensely valuable lands of West Koote-1'"''" M'ss B. Hardman,
| steward and T. Sampson is promoted
to keeper.
MANY  LISTENERS IMPRESSED I nay  are   ����i   subject   lo  taxation.     It i     Dear   Beatrice-"As   fellow-workers
AT EVANGELISTIC SERVICES   ^ -aid that this was the chief reason j ��'   connection   with   the    West    End
that the division of the land  was op- Methodist church, we are met here to
_ lin������i  i ..  i.i,.������..,.     vhr.se    va-nnmiirer  express to you our regret that you are
Success Is attending tlie efforts of  i "������"" =  ��� ������   Heinze,   wnose    wucomci      ��� & .
departure
UECOMPOSEJ  BODY FOUND
FLOATING   IN   FRAS
ER
Mi. and .Mrs. Asa Gordon, the Ottawa lawyer, Hon. W. ,1. Bowser, fought
evangelists, who are dailj addressing ,l!" Proposal of the C. P. R. to divide
crowded meetings ln the Queen's ave-  Jn  a long-drawn-out case  in  the su-
1 preme   court   in   Vancouver,    Justice
Clement gave  judgment   in   favor  of
your
from
inie Methodisl church, and at tue clos
I of yesterday evening's service, manj
came forward and expressed their de-
ii rmination of leading a better life In
I the future.
.Mrs. cordon yesterday continui i
the story of her early conn.'(tion with
evangelistic work, while In the even
Ing Mr. Gordon preached on the subject, "List We I'igln Against God,"
delivering a most  telling address.
This afternoon the regular daily
bible readings will take place in the
Queen's avenue Bpwortb league room,
. while   services   will   be   held   in     the
church this evening.    Tomorrow   Mrs.
1 Gordon will hold a meeting for women
1 and girls, commencing at 3   o'clock
Cottage prayi r    meetings    for today
will  be held at the homes of the foi
i
lowing:
.lames Cunningham, Third avenue
land Eighth street; H. E. Johnston.
Fourth avenue and Second street;
Mrs. James Fisher, Agnes street east;
Mrs. L. G. McKani, As'n Btreet; Mrs.
Henderson, .Maple street; Mrs. Pollard, Keary street, Sapperton; .Mi*.
| B^ert, Columbia street, Sapperton.
the C.
P. R, and ordered the division
of the
land.
NEED
OF  READY   CASH
CAUSE   HEINZE   TO   SIN
New
York,    Jan.   8.���F.    Augustus
GOVERNMENT  OFFICIAL
INDICTED   FOR   GRAFTING
Heinze was arrested today by a Unit-
��� : States marshal on an indictment
charging blm with having illegally
certified a cheque on the Mercantile
National bank. He was held in |50>
0 'I' . . after entering a plea of not
guilt]  to the indictment.
The amount of the cheque which
Heinze js accused of 'having cert.tied
falsi .- was $62,768. Heinze appeared |
in court with counsel and announced
that bail would e furnished immediately.
Heinze is also accused of illegal
certification of other cheques amounting to $400,000 on or about October
14, according to his counsel, Edward
Lauterbach.
Lauterbach said that abundant collateral had been deposited to cover
these cheques. Many of the cheques
were payable to the order of Otto
Heinze &. Co., of which firm F. Augustus Heinze, a brother, is a member,
j about   to   takeout-  midst.
"You have, during the years In
which you have i een identified with
our church, thrown yourself so ener-
' getically into the work of the various
departments that  you will be greatly
' (hissed   when   you   have    gone    from
among us.
"We   take  this  opportunity  of con-
i veying to you our best wishes for the
work which you have been called elsi
where to  engage   in,   and   trust  that!
wherever  your  lot  may  be cast,    ill" j
spirit of sympathy and  service which
has ; een manifest in the   past   may
continue to characterize your life in
the   future.
"We are confident that nothing fur-
tin r is needed to preserve the tie of
friendship that, now binds us together.
1 it we ask you to .accept this little
gift as a slight token of tlie apprecia-
! i on of your services in the past, and .
I as  expressing  our goodwill    for    the
future.
"We trust that the time will not be
long distant when you will be with us
again, and in the meantime we pray
thai God's blessing may rest upon
you in your new field of usefulness."
Yesterday afternoon tne foreman of
the St. Mungo cannery had his attention attracted by something floating
in the river, which upon investigation
ived to be the remains of a man.
The body was first seen opposite the
B. C. cannery, and was picked up at
Gille/s wharf, then removed to Mur-
cbie's undertaking parlors.   The body
tving   been   first  seen   outside    the
is purchasing the timber for himself
and a number of other Wisconsin and
Minnesota capitalists.
The timber limits in question are
situated at Indian river, north of Bur-
rard inlet, and were staked out by
cruisers acting on behalf of Mr. Jones
in the early part of 1906.
Neither of tbe parties interested
would mention the figure for which
the limits would change hands, although both admitted that this had
been practically settled.
Mr. Norton, in answer to a direct
question, emphatically denied that he
was in any way connected with the
Weyerhauser interests.
DENIES THAT CNR
HAD SECURED $16,000,000
Toronto. Jan. S.���D. D. Mann, vice-
president of the Canadian Northern,
denies the Winnipeg story t'uat Presi-
fommli ���
'his motion was eventu-
'.''';   '���" I   wiili  an  addition  by  T.
(''���''���i' thai .1. U Kennedy, M. P.. be
n "' to and asked to press the
I,:'
'    '���'" Gilley stated that an ap-
'foprlation bad been made    for   the
of  deepening the rapids    of
He did not    think    that    it
f"111'! be difficult  to make the river
"vig.ihle throughout the freshet.
Al'- Martin, for the advertising com-
'   announced that the mayor had
t'! to call a meeting of the citi-
,"s with reference to advertising the
M)  ,!:'  meeting to he held on Wed-
"''���!>  evening next.    He movd that
'""-'I vote fifty dollars for a half
| ee advertisement  In the Trade Un-
'  'ourual's special  edition.    No ac-
l��u was taken.
'''   Martin reporting on the matter
���/' ladner  road,  stated   that    the
I rk was not substantial,    it should
���iJi       :"'P01'(HllK    to specifications
'""""j by the  railway  board.    He
r !l" thlnk that the work would be
J    e,[l  '" continue as it,  was;    the
1,1,11  council  was  alive  to  the    fact
'"" ro;i'1  was u<)t    being    built
Bonn ,       He    belleved    that   there
W       , P son,�� authority to make the
'"   '""M'liny   plaee the   road    in
H-mitf"? COndltlon W��w they were
ir tin    "' "S<J "'�� <l,(l hlKlnvn-v for
l,s,ls"".    " waa finally agreed that
���  Martin  and   Trupp  Interview
"'lord   \t   p   u
' '"��� ' ��� P., on the stibjQct.
Washington.  Jan. S.���Allegations of
fraud    and    graft  in   supplying    ihe
I bureau of engraving and printing with
; black dry color used in the manufac-
; ture Of ink,  resulted  today in the indictment  by  the  federal  grand    jury
here of Edwin   M.  Vandyck,  formerly
a chemist and Ink maker employed in
the bureau, and Victor Bloode, president of the Victor Bloode Co., of Baltimore,  manufacturers of   the    black
dry color.
Vandyck. in his position as chemist
and ink maker of the bureau, had to
pass ji|ion tlie samples of the color
submitted by various manufacturers.
It is charged that he fraudulently
favored the Baltimore company and
that as a result of the conspiracy he
was paid by Bloode in the course of
several years between $70,000 and
$75,000.
GARRISON   WILL   BE
SENT  FROM   ENGLAND
HEINZE   APPEALS   TO
PRESIDENT
Helena, Mont., Jan. *.���
Heinze    has    appealed
Funeral of Benjamin  Burr.
The las. trlbtues of relations   and
friends were paid yesterday afternoon
io the memory of the late Benjamin
Burr, when the remains were laid to j
rest in Cue Odd Fellows' cemetery. The [
funeral service was conducted by Rejv.;
A. DeB. Owen.   The casket was borne |
to the grave by six of the penitentiary
FOR   HELP
-F. Augustus
to President
Roosevelt for the remission of a $20.- ,u.u.ds ,Hn(1 (.ovt.red with fl0Wers, and
000 fine imposed upon him for con- was toiiowedi ju addition to the rela-
tempt of court in violating an injunc-1 Iions of the deceased, i'oy members of
tion restraining him from extracting ! ,he R. r. of T., the vestry of St. Paul's
ore from a certain Butte mine.   When | Reformed Episcopal church, and   the
limits, the case wan turned over dent Mackenzie had secured $16,000,-
to the provincial police. The remains 000 in England for the Canadian
an much decomposed, and tlie fea- Northern railway improvements in
tures are not recognizable.   The cloth-  Western Canada. Mr. Mann says the
despatch is incorrect.
'We have never tried to get British
money for the Hudson Bay road or
road to Athabasca Landing. We are
not trying to finance them." He would
ar-e those either of the unknown man say nothing, however, of the object of
who- was drowned on November 24 Mr. Mackenzie's trip to England.
opposite the C.  P. R. depot, or Por- ���	
The change in the river fjoat service, which was to have taken place
last Monday, will be inaugurated on
Monday next, when the steamer
Favorite will take the up-river run,
replacing the Beaver, which will Ihe
placed on the Ladnqr run instead of
the Transfer, which is to be taken to
taken to Vancouver for repairs. The
work to be done on the latter beat
will not occupy more than ten days,
when the Transfer will resume its old
run, tne other steamers being shifted
to allow the Beaver to go to Victoria
for general overhauling and extensive
repairs, which it is expected will keep
it at that port until the middle of
next month. The steel hull of the boat
will have to be attended to, this not
having been examined for nearly two
years. The Transfer and the Ramona
will be placed on the up-river run during the time the Beaver is in Victoria.
ing failed to furn.sh any marks o
indentiftcation, consisting of a shoct
ing coat, cloth pants covered wit!
overalls, new boots, and under loth,
ing.    It is supposed that the remain:
tugee Jo, a fisherman of Cottonwood,
drowned on Christmas Eve. Tne
former seems to be the more prubable,
the appearance of the body showing
that it must have been in the water
a long time. The close cropped 'clack
hair and the general appearance
would indicate that the deceased was
either an Indian or a Jap. An inquest
will be held at 10:110 this morning by
Coroner Captain Pittendrigh.
NEW VORK BADLY IN
NEED OF DRUG CLERKS
New York, Jan. S.���Although salaries practically have doubled in tha
last five years, there is a great scarcity of drug clerks in New York today. Many pharmacies are hard put
to find assistants and there seems to
little prospect of a renewal of the
be
the case was before Judge Hunt, of
the federal court, recently he decided
that the president is the only one
able to grant pardon to the copper
king.
Heinze's counsel yesterday asked
for a stay of sixty days in which to
pay the fine, thus allowing time for
the president's consideration of the
case.
former supply.   The scarcity,is largely accounted for jy the strict provis-
i'ficers of. the penitentiary in uniform, j ions of the new law, which  requires
under Deputy Warden W. T. Carroll.
The scene as the long procession
wound its way to the cemetery was
impressive, and bore eloquent testimony to the esteem iu which the late
Mr. Burr was held.
Among the chief mourners who followed the hearse were the following:
George Burr, H. Burr and W. Burr,
suns;   Joseph  Burr,  brother;  \V
graduation from a college of pharmacy, as well as four years, actual experience as an assistant, before a man
is entitled to a certificate as a
pharmacist.
Owing to the Indisposition of Morft-
son, who has been laid up with
pneumonia for some time, that player
will be unable to take part in the
senior militia basketball match to be
played   against  the  Sixth    regiment,
f   '"
���Surly.
Halifax, Jan. 8.���It is generally accepted  that  the garrison  will  be  replaced by a complete corps from England in April.   The Canadian government wdll pay the expense as at present, but the men will come from the
British Isles.   Canada finds it too difficult to enlist men, and    they    cost
more than the troops from Great Britain.   Orders are out that no more recruits will ile accepted for the Halifax
garrison, and that enlistments for the-
various corps  must   cease.   Soldiers
wishing to take their discharge before
their term expires are being allowed
to do this without buying themselves ,
out as formerly.    Contracts  for  mill-1
tary stores are being made out to the i
end of March.    These facts are said j
to  foreshadow  the  resuming of    the |
garrisoning of the bases in  the east j
nnd west by Great Britain.
Burr, J. B. Burr, H. Mitchell, John J.
Burr, W. J. Burr, Hugh Burr, John
Johnston, S. F. .Mark, Aid, J. J. John-
sum, W. B. Johnston, G. B. Johnston.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ E. H. Johnston and A. H. Johnston,
* | W. S. Collister, W. Love, C. Warwick
The  K.  of  P.  hall  last  night  was ; and F. Waters.   The pallbearers were
thronged to overflowing with the sons I G.  McKenzie,  A.  Coutts,   H.  Disney,
SONS OF ENGLAND ELECT
OFFICERS AND ENTERTAIN;
H. j more   complete   technical   education
han the former law.
of old Albion, who assembled from all
quarters to the installation of the new
officers  of Rose of  Columbia    lodge.
W. Walsh, P. Devine and H. McKee
Flowers placed on the grave were tri
���butes from St. Paul's Reformed Bpls-
From  Vancouver came a  special  car ! copal church, St. Paul's Sunday school, | on the work.
bearing   some sixty-six   members    of j Schaake machine works, the R. T. of
Western     Jubilee     and
The new law, while it has caused Vancollver. <>" Saturday evening at
the decrease in the number of clerks Vancouver. The team will most like-
available,  will, the druggists say,  be ��* be ^^^ of C. Spring. O. Peele,
of great benefit, as it requires a much   *mvAii-   F'  Lund' centre;   A'  Robert-
son, B. Gilley, forwards, the latter replacing Morrison.    The    intermediate
 . match,  which  was to take  place be-
ROCKEFELLER QUITS tween  teams  representing    the    two
CHARITY BUSINESS   citles on lne same date, has been cancelled.
New York, Jan. 8.���The work of the ~       '     '
Charity Organization society's committee for the prevention of tuberculosis will be suspended owing to
the failure of John D. Rockefeller to
renew his  subscription  for    carrying
OPEN SHOP ANNOUNCED
BY A NEVADA COMPANY
Wilberforce ! T��� St. Paul's Ladies' Aid, Daughters j subscriptions
Goldfield, Nev., Jan. 8.���The Nevada-California Power Co., which furnishes light and power to all the camps
The  society  received a  number of o��   Southern   Nevada   and    supplies
from     others    besides  three-fourths of the mines of the dls-
Rockefeller last year, but they were trIct with operating power, today an-
all made for the reason that he head- Bounced a new scale of wages to go
���- ,                                               , ed the list, and when he did not  re- lnto effect January 10.
It is not likely that a Canadian club , spohd to  the  appeal   for  further aid Tne new scale provided for a maxl-
_ _                                           In this city will fee an actual fact be-   this year, it was decided lo give up m,lm wage of $6 per day, or $1 per
bowling contest, around which all; fore the opening of  the  spring, -aid I the work.   The work of the committee da>' le��s than the former scale.   The
lodges.   The work of the evening con- j of England,   the  penitentiary Officer
eluded, the local lodge acted as hosts,  and others.
dispensing delicatessen    with    liberal |  >
hand and afterward providing it very
entertaining program. A feature was
tin
Games | J. J. Cambridge yesterday in answei
About 150 coi��iles attended the ball
given by the members of the asylum
staff at that institution yesterday
evening, music being supplied by the
asylum orchestra. The fnuction broke
up early this morning, the guests de-
i parting after partaking of a daintv
j supper. ^ '
kinds of enthusiasm  centred^
of cards were in progress in    every ; to a News man, but it will be started i East Side
part of the hull and harmony reigned   then, and there is no reason why    it
supreme. I should not be as productive of good
The officers elected for the ensuing ! results as have the branches in other
year were: E. L. Webber, past presi- cities. The delay in starting was due
tit nt: R. Oddy, president; D. Bowell, partly to the fact that the rules and
vice-president; G. Simpson, chaplain; i regulations were not yet ready and
II. Disney, secretary; P. B. Brown, i partly owing to this being a bud time
treasurer; E. Saunders, F. W. Purvis, ��� of the year for the launching of the
J. Mercer, E. L. Wannun, B. Cherry,: enterprise.    In the spring, said    Mr.
K. Patterson, committee; F. W. Mut-
tett, I. G.; F. S. Oddy, O. G.; Bro.
Hawtin, district deputy, was also present and assisted in the work of the
evening.
Cambridge, there would be a large
number of distinguished visltois coming to the coast whom the club would
'e able to induce to give addr.-ss on
the topics of the day.
was  largely  among the  poor on  the  company also announces that it will
conduct Its plant upon the open shop
plan.
FIRE.
FORTUNE.
Excited
Tenants   Threaten
Former  Homes.
New   York,  Jan.   8.���Threat?
to   Burn
Lord Kelvin Bequeathed Nearly $5,00,-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^Ithat! 000 to Widow.
their buildings will be burned if they j London, Jan. 8.���Tlie will of.the late
evicted the tenants, flooded East Side, Lord Kelvin, the noted scientist be-
landlords yesterday. The warnings; queaths all
were on postals worded as follows:
"We will move, but after your housa i ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
has been vacated the fire department!    The exact ar|K>unt is not declared,
will   visit   you.     (Signed), The Red, Dut is vaguely announced to be under
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Subjects of the Mikado
Arrived in 11)07.
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facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home.   Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
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Westminster
Transfer Co
' 'Hies 'Phone 186.      barn 'flume 1S7
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
oart of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Otriso���Tram Depot
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters.
Family Trade a Specialty.
T��l. 113. Office, Eighth Street,'
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore     and
at  Gamon's Cigar   Divan
^'Advertise the town we live in U
mailing Picture Post Cards to yocr
friends-
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
Washington, D.C., Jan. 3.���Although
working agaiust suc'.i odds as are presented by the opposition ot President
Hoosevelt, several members of the
California delegation in congress,
especially Representatives Hayes and
Kalian, will bend every effort toward
the passage of a Japanese exclusion
law at this session, it is proposed to
make this exclusion quite as stringent
as that which has applied for many
years to the Chinese. In view of these
facts it may be worth while to present
the following statistics of Japanese
immigration into the I'nited States
during the fiscal year 1907. The number admitted was 30,824, as .ag.iins!
11,243  in the  fiscal year 1906.
Of tlie 30.S24 Japanese who came to
the United States in the later period,
31 were classed as actors, 5 architects,
45 clergymen, 9 editors, 3 electricians,
24 professional engineers, 6 lawyers,
3 literary and scientific, 3 musicians,
23 government officials, 3D physicians,
17 artists, 108 teachers, an 1 293 oth-r
professional persons, 9 bakers, 16 barbers, 7 blacksmiths, 2 brewers, 1
butcher, ol carpenters, 119 clerks, 1
dressmaker, 16 engineers, 17 gardeners, 4 'hat makers, 2 jewelers, 5 machinists. 53 mariners, 7 masons, 1 me-
i clianic, I metal worker, 2 millers, 41
miners, 6 painters, 21 photographers,
3 plasterers, 1 plumber, 8 printers, 1
seamstress, 1 shipwright, 10 shoemakers, 3 stokers, 57 tailors, 2 tinners, 3 tobacco workers, 11 bankers,
20,636 farm laborers, bl" farmers, 9
fishermen, 39 hotelkeepers, 1334 Laborers, 12 manufacturers, 772 merchants,
166 servants, 2016 other miscellaneous,
and 3S55 no occupation, which hitter
included wonien and children.
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Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
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chase one vote.
The  contest  began  Aug.  23 rd,  190
1908, at 7  p. hi.
A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis & Co's drug store,
votes are to be deposited.
At the close of the contest the Lodge. Society, Church or S a ���,;
having   received   the    largest number ot votes will be awardi I the t
library.
Current  accounts  when  promptly paid are entitled to votes
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the Arms
ed below.
Library  Is on  exhibition at W.  E. Fales'  furniture store
D. S. Curtis will count the votes.
J.J. MAC KAY (V CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      SEWS DEALERS
W.   E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
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Choice Meats and Chickens always
on hand.
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in Ladies' and Gents'
FINE HAIR GOODS
Toopes, Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
Marcel Wave, Bleaching   and Dyeing.   Manicure and Massage, Chlrpody
and Scalp Treatment.
436 Granville St.        Vancouver, B, C.
New  Bakery
H. C. MARK &SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
Elevator  for  Vancouver.
Ottawa, Jan. 8.���In the report of
the Royal grain commission, presented to parliament today the commissioners say with regard to tae proposed terminal elevator at Vancouver,
that they, recognizing the certainty
of ,i large increase of the grain production of Alberta and Saskatchewan,
and in order to avoid the long haul
eastward to Fort William, recommends that the government assist the
development of trade with the orient
by providing terminal elevator facilities at Vancouver.
COAL! COAL!
Bad News From India.
London, Jan. 8.���A telegram to Mr.
John Morley, secretary of state for
India, from Lord Minto, viceroy of India, reports that, because of lack of
rains, the area sown ln wheat this
year is 34 per cent, smaller than last
ye,ar, am! that the area sown in oilseed has decreased 37 per cent, for
the same reason.
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
P. O. Box  345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -
'Phone   105.
NEW WESTMINSTER
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
at Columbian College
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. S1PPRELL,
Principal  !|
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REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh  and  Salted  Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD  BROS.
Plumbers
THE  ROYAL STUDIO
(under new  management)
Lionel   Haweis,    Photographer
E. RUSHTON & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods, Gen. Repairing
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Daily  and   Weekly   News       *
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MOREY  &  CO. I
Books and Stationery ���
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Home-made   Chocolate   Con-   *
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CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES J
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Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West  End  Grocery
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL % 14,400,000.00
RESERVE       |11,000.000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, aud   In   London,   tugUnd,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A   len-
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents In all naru of Ue
World.
Savings Bank Department.    Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per ceDt per annum  (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over J168.000.0OO.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G   D.  BRYMNER.  Manaser
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NOTICf:
FACTORY���Cor.   Fourth   avenue  and
Second street.
STORE���Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Office.
Have  you   tried    our   home    made
bread, scones or cookies ?   They are
choice.
Phone  B359 will bring our delivery
rigs promptly.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.  Adam*, Grocer
Ladles' Cold Watches  Trom $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   opeD
face, |6.00,
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Weliman
Arctic .Expedition.    Ml warranted
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing: cnarges reason-
able.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District  of   New  Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford,
of Hammond, B. C, occupation lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase tha following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of lot lGaO New
Westminster Land District', thence
north 20 chains more or less to thi' N-
W. corner of said lot 1660, thence east
1'to chains, thence south to the shore,
thence westerly along the shore, to
the point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per II. 8. Ford, agent
Dated Dec. ?,. 1907.
NOTICE
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New  Westminster   Land   District
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that C. W. Preston,
ot Seattle, occupation Broker, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
the southeast corner of lot 1020,
thence west 20 chains to the east
boundary of T. L. No. 11734, thence
south 80 chains, thence east to shore,
thence north along the shore to the
iwlnt of commencement.
CHAS. W. PRESTON
Dated Dec. 14. 1907.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE  AND ENGINE
WORK.
SHIP   SMITHING,   BRIDGE   and
STRUCTURAL     IRON     WORK.
Ornamental   Iron  Work,  including
Fences,   Gates,   Fire   Escapes,   etc.
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Mail orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN RPID,
BBGBIB STREET.
New Westminster. P. O. Box 474
t Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
X deliver to any part of the city.
j C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone 333
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TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
i maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
.1. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
Opera House Bookings.
Juvenile   Bostonians
Gorton's   Minstrels...
Devil's Auction   	
We Are King  	
Kerry   Gow   	
Dream City   	
Sia in New York ..
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.Mar.' 21
..April 1
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south *o Rosa-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage f'lily for Repuhlir.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
i ooi.
Leave Day Train Arrive
q.20 a.m Spokane ....7.15 p.m.
12.25 p.m Rossland   4.10 p.m
y.40 a.m Nelson .... 6.43 p.m
H    4   ��<V(KSON
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office    Tel.  16. G.  E.  Gilley���Tel. 291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL   DEALERS IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C- P��(
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick, Liverpool
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Brick   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
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Cars   tor Vancouver  and    wsv
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave tne depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
ofrice on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at G:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
halt past anJ fifty mrautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday Service iiait-nouri; 1,*
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
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CHANCE
Here is your chance to start the new year rlgnt, by buying a 4TB
roomed cottage on Third street for $000, $250 cash, balance $!���' ",,r
month.
P. PEEBLES 81
j; 270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
Columbia  Street
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Cowan's
Coconut Cream
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THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
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DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
��� e you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW---DONT DELAY.
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Uncle
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Twenty (20) dozen
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
b il I RT S   and
THE ONE-MINUTE I D R A W E R S
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The good housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" '.ecatise it does Its
work better, faster and easier
any other.
than
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
FOR CASH
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at that.   In-snuff brown color,
plush lined (fleeced).
To clear at
50c
the garment���while it lasts.
We will sell
all our
Dinner Sets  PHILLIPS
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88-jiiece sets, regular price $20.00, tor $1
97-pleci  sets, regular price $16.60, tor $13.50
91 pli,,   sets, regular price $14.00, for $11.25
102-piece sets, regular price $13.50, for $10.75
20c
"" Blasa butter dlBhea, regular price  25c to Ufa, for
All China at Reduced Prices.
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BURGLARS ARE GIVING
TROUBLE IN WINNIPEG
Amateur Cracksmen Are Sus-
"d of   Breaking Into
Several Main Street Stores
Ipeg, Jan. 8.���A gang of
lerating in the citj  and thi    Qui. n's
Condensed
Advertisements
vy AN FED   TO   RENT COTTAGE,
* '      Bal or room* i . . furnished or unfurnished';   po on wanted
bj  March . no chil iren. 1
and i iti'"iiars.
B"   Dallj .
\ N T ED- IfOUNG    GIRL TO
mind    ch Idren.     Vpplj Mr*
Arthur   Malins,   First     street, near
rk.
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> place them behind the bars.
'���   ���"    particularly    bold    burglaries
'Miniitieii last    nlijht.    Shortly
��� ���:���     midnight  the Main  streel   store
of tlie Russell Lang Co. was entered
reral   thousand  dollars'   worth
of  kodaks  and  fountain   pens    were
1 a     Stones' grocery store, cm Ma Hi
���     near   Henry  avenue, was  also
I.    The    HIngflton-Smith  Arms
��.'- also visited iby thieves
The jHilice are of the opinion that
the perpetrators of the breaks were
all of the "amateur cracksman"  type.
A daring hold-up took    place   last
Saturday night In a Btore at the cor-
ner of Flora avenue and Salter st eet,
when two men marched in and. at the |
point  of a   revolver,   forced  the clerk
t.i hand over the contents of the till
and anj other money he had in the
place,    in   all,  it   is  said.   $120    was
gained  by the hold-up artists,    who
escaped scot free.
T3 COM AND BOARD IN PRIVATE
���J-**     family (marrii d couple), 11
or  Eleventh  streel   and  Queen's  avenue, near car shops.
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(it SK.    WORK   OP   ANY   KIM)
wanted in   gentb man's   hou te.
A,.11.   Daily News Office.
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N T HID���B V      MIDDLE-AGED
uiian  washing or cleaning by
the day. Apply Bth Ave. and Tth street.
TTTANTED-YO
'"       er,   private
0. Hex 873.
UNO LADY BOARD-
family.     Apply   P.
WANTED
n    Good   I
Daily  N< ��s.
���STORE
ocatlon.
16   or   20x40.
Apply     K.    A.
Foo u \ d-
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SUM OF MONEY.
���an have same by proving
property and paying for this advertisement. Apply 186 s;.\th street,
Obed Smith Off to London.
Ottawa. Jan. 8.���Obed Smith, superintendent of immigration at Winnipeg,
is about to change places with Bruce
Walker, superintendent at Lot! Ion,
England. Walker sails for Canada on
lanuiorv 21.
The Royal
rormefly
ST.  PATRICK'S  HALL
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OR    SALE���BEST    FIR    CORD-
WOOd,  $6.00 a  cord  delivered.    T.
ll. Foster, 260 Columbia street, phone
85.
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IKI. WANTED    IX    FAMILY   OF
,two.  Apply first house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING
school wants work with good family in return for room and board,
Apply Box 545, city.
High - Uass Mtv'ng Pictores
find Illustrated Sonus
OPENING   ���
TUESDAY
at   2 o'clock
and   every   day thereafter,   from   2  to
5:30 and from 7 to  10:30,
JAPANBE
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BSE LADIES WANT GEN-
irai housework for month, or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
S, Matsumura, P. O. Box 2(jC, c.ty.
POSITION WANTED
*��� ing housekeeper;
Apply at News office.
AS  WORK-
SO d    cook.
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ARG-E FRONT ROOM FOR RENT.
after    January,1st.    Corner    4th
. and Oth street. All conveniences.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday,
Purchasing the  Automobile
The  Red  Spectre
The Maniac Juggler
Song,    "Moonbeams    and    Dream    of
You."    Come when  you   like,  stay   as
long as you  like.
ADMISSION   TO   ALL���10c.
LOST���GOLD PURSE WITH LET-
ter T on outside, containing
small sum of money. Notify this office
and  receive reward.
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OOD    FOR    SALE���QUANTITY
if No. l  lir cordwood.   Applr
P. O. Box 325^
ANTED���Girl  mornings for bed-
Double Screened Nut
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'ANTED���BED SITTING ROOM
for single gentleman. Reply by
letter to A. C, Daily News, P. O.
Box  693.
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left school preferred, to take
care of office. Apply D. C, Dally
News office.
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IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
1CNT  STREET. New   Westminster. Telephone 333.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
! B.  B.  WALKER, President ALEX.   LAIRD.  Genera)   Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
S5 and under   3 cents
Over $5 and not exceeding $10  6 cents
Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 and not exceeding $50 15 cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office in Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in
the United States.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN  BANK OF   COMMERCE. LONDON, ENG.
They form  an excellent method of r emitting  small  sums  of money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
DUNG JAPANESE BOY WANTS
situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English.
Address G. NISHI, P. O. Box 414,
New Westminster.
Belyea &Co.
Telephone 150
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Chicago. "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains  in  the  service  on  any
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equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  *  St.   Paul  Railway.     They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence ot
aerviee not obtainable elsewhere,     �����
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iu Trurd St.. cor AMer Portland. Or.
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THE DAILY NEWS
Publishetl by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
office, corner* of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster,  B   C
E.  A.  Paige Managing   Director
; lb ness will gel d ��� ,> Beated In their
i termination    to    wreak    vengance
on the Conservatives tor this miser-
| abh   exhibition of Bupineness.
owde it:, si reets in the vlcln-
:    the burning   structure,    trom
.   ..   i  li      di     i ( ������ I black
moki     Ben 1 a In No.
15 company, was so iy the
- noke  that  it is dou tful       he will
recover.
Arnold E. Fauquier, sei retary of the
Norris Safe & Lock Co., Is an absconder to the tune of $1001). He disappeared from his frost December i"i
last ami detectives are hunting the
country over for him. The fact that
the secretary of the concern ls a defaulter ami has disapepared became
public just .about the time fire broke
out in the building at Third avenue
south and Main.
fieil  the association  I bal  w II li n
da: ' ��� " ���
information as to the exact  lo ation
of the    mal  and ex ictly  whal
vi!i bi  �� itered bj the Tli    a     hei n
ABANDONED.
...   Vi.''!.,
An Eastern exchange reporte that
the good advice given by Rev. Dr.
Carman, General Superintendent of
Che   Mi thodlat  church   in  Canada,  to
Crew    of     Barque     Fanny     Breslauer
Leave Boat in  Mid-ocean.
London, Jan. 8.���The British barque, j
Fanny Breslauer, Captain  Le    Sueur,
| bouiiil  from  Santos   for  Halifax,   bus
I been abandoned 250 miles west of St.
Ann's  Head.    Her crew were  land .1
at Mllford Haven by a steam trawler.
For Immediate Sale
Buy a bo 11 net a profit i 0 w .
jus(  B���cb tion    New House on Fifth avenue  ;
.,  66x132  fcet.   You can Bell on<  ���
, | \ :700 tor this property.   Good te
Into It.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS.
REAL EST ATE
R. PEARSON, Manager
 INSURANT
-and ���
WATER USERS MUST PAY Six-roomed  house,  now,  with      ��� ���-
OR LOSE THEIR CONTRACTS ment  and all modern    conveniences,
I situated    on    Sixth     street     between
North Yakima, Jan. 7.���Tlie trustees
the   British   Methodists    is    hearing of the Tieton Water Users'association
THURSDAY.  JAN.
1908.
UNANIMITY ?
It has always been the ; :";i I boasl
of thi   members of the <�� ange Order
thai  their organization was non- political, yet a  number of the  Ass icia
tion members waited on  Sir Charle3
Hlbbert Tupper, Hart., the other  iven-
ing al Vancouver to speciallj  request
him to become a candidate In    that
city at the next  Dominion    Election
and in doing so In  the address told
him  "as  Orangemen  they   had every
reason for believing that his past record us ii member of Parliament, and
as a Minister ot the Crown for many
years, was in the best and truesl  interests, not only of Canada but of the
British   Empire."    la   this   the   same
Sir Charles Hubert Tupper who was
a member of the governm mt of which
his father was the First Minister, an 1
fought    xo    earnestly    for    separate
schools in Manitoba thai the Orangemen in  1896, almost to a man fought,
tooth and nail to defeat.   If it Is, and
we know of no other knight  by that
name we do nol  wonder    that    Mr.
Thomas Duke P. G. M. of the Orange
Order, a Conservative, is oppos  I t >
dragging the  order into  politics  and
repudiates the action  cf these over-
jealous brethren and declares that   It
will do  neither them or tli" gentleman they waited upon ani good in th''
eyes of I ,   Orange Order.   Mr,    William Hum iJ. c. M. voicing the same
.sentiment.-;  refused  to loin the deputation and declared it looked like making a too] of Sir Hlbbert.    ('apt. Mc-
Spadden agrees with these two prominent  brethren  of his   beloved order i
and  one  cannot   but think   thai   whoever engineered   the  affair  with the
intention  of  assisting   the    knightly
lamb   to   the slaughter  offered  open
insult   to  the  Conservatives  of  Bur-
rard who will claim the right to nominate their candidate in ,i representative  convention.    The   move appears
to i:s to  he one to head  off the  possible    candidature     of     Mr.   Ceo.   H.
Cowan,   wh i  undoubtedly  is    looked
upon with Strong favor by a very considerable section of the Conservative
party  in   the  Terminal City.    It  certainly  point-; to a  serious division   in
the ranks of the Orange Order and il
does not   In  any  sense  betoken   unanimity in the Conservative ranks.
The McBride Government with its
usual solitlta'tlon for the interests or
the working man. has thrown on i
il o isand hand loggers oul of employment. For the monej the; gel these
are pi rhaps the mosl bard-worked of
ii] classes in the province, yei like
i ' r�� enjoyed the festive season just
tsse i. and were returning to work in
the bush, when without any previous
Indication thai such a course ��a   con
tei ij lated, their renewal llcens i are
n i',,s,il and tees returned, and th ilr
occupation gone,   Whal  possl le reason can  the  government    have    for
making  these  men   walk  the  streets
of our cities lo swell the number of
unemployed.    Three reasons  are  assigned; first it Is said to lie the only
possible means of getting even  with
Mr.   J.   is.   Emerson,     who   prevented
t'iie pulp timber steal in which one of j
the ministers was Interested;   it has
fought,  him   in   the   courts,   suffering j
defeat every  time,  and  now sore  at
its failure, drastic measures are used;
a second reason  given  is that   these |
bandlogger* have been supplying the j
mills that Were not |K>ssessed of timber
limits to any great extent, and that it j
would  compel  these  concerns to buy
the right to cut from those favorites |
of the government, who wish by their
control of She public  domain to  get ���
rich quick   and  relieve their  present I
uneasiness caused by timber holdings!
being  a  drug  upon   the market.      A
third   reason  given   is  that   it   has  iij
political   significance   in   that   it   will l
swell the   ranks  of   the   unemployed.
If this be true it will act as a boomerang and these men in their enforce I
fruit. "Hands off" haw proven So successful in Canada's political affairs
one would have thought that no one
required education on the Cad that
non-interference Is good policy in
church matters also. We would pass
the same advice to the Ottawa Free
Press with respect to matters that affect New Westminster Liberals only,
and remind them that we are thoroughly competent to deal with everj
question affecting the Liberal interests in this city.
today decided upon drastic action
against some of the largesl landowners who are behind with their assessments. Unless these are paid in
short order the  contracts of the de-
Seventh avenue and Hamilton Btri t.
For speedy sale we will dlspos < of
house   it actual  cost    price.    T< rms
may be arranged to suit.
HEMPHILL BROS.
New Westminster   Post   Office.
Our January
Clearance Sale
Is Now On
SKELETON DIES OF
FATTY DEGENERATION
Providence,  R. I., Jan.  8.���Orln H.
Perry, 65 years old, for sixteen years
the living skeleton in Barnum-Balley's
and the Forepaugh's circuses, died
suddenly of fatty degeneration of the
heart in a lonely hut at Riverside.
near this city, yesterday.
Perry's stage name was Eugene Per-
alto and he had been a showman all
his lite- He was six feet one inch tall
and weighed SO pounds. In his
younger days he lifted heavy weights
with his teeth.
George Small, of the Small & Buck-
lin mills, will leave today for Nels in
where  he  will  attend  the meeting  of
the B, C. Mill Owners' assoclatii ..
A meeting of the New Westminster Liberal
Association will be held
This Evening
IN    THE
Liberal Club Rooms.
All interested are invited to attend, as important business is to be transacted.
W. J. CUNNINGHAM, Secretary.
Ladies' and Children's Ready-
to-wear Goods
To Clear at Greatly Reduced Prices
k&sgSEI'
Call and we will be pleased to
show you.
The White House
A. J. B1RTCH   -  275 Columbia Streel
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
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MEN'S SHOES I"
Ph
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192
This Home of
priced Shoes for Men.
Good Shoes is very strong on its line of moderate
Whether you may want a pair of fine shoes or a heavy working boot,
we can show you
m The Best $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $3.00 Shoes on Earth ��5
jfj A General Meeting
{Vl wi 1.1   be held
ta Friday Evening, Jan. 10
I
at 8 o'clock
��� IN ���
EAGLES' HALL
General     Discussion
YOUR SATISFACTION
MEANS OUR SUCCESS
All interested are Invited to attend.
T. TURNBULL, President.
J. D. TAYLOB. Secretary.
JOHNSTON'S
Big  Shoe  House,  Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
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[8 Tenders for Storage
TENDERS  will be    received    unt'l
noon  Monday  the  1:5th,  for the eon
structlon of a new storage adjoining
the Columbia Cold Storage.
Plans and speeifieat.ions for the
same can he seen at the Columbia
Cold Storage office.
The lowest, tender not necessarily
accepted.
B. C. PACKERS ASSOCIATION
New Westminster,  B,  c��� Jan.  6th
1908. 4
Fresh   TOM   CODS
Fresh  WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Fresh   LEN   COD
Fresb  HALIBUT
Fresh  SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
SMOKED FISH
Smoked  SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Smeked   KIPPERS
.    Smoked BLOATERS
Smoked COD
���AT���
ROYAL CITY FISH CO.
Telephone 40.
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
Daily  Mews   Block.    Pr.cn: 338. IBSDAY   JAN   9- "OS.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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CITY NEWS
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The B. C.  Clga **
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A1 1:1 ing   0
'   will he beard
Stipend! irj Magistral
'-'.i. .'--li, in  the <���'-'
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,.],. China; ha ground  thai   the Judg
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and i'
inklin, a y	
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E Imon-
oliBS Frankli.i
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idltion has  quite   i
as a   la        ol  i I
The incre ised Bali a on tbe
and "Old Sport" cigars  In  l.':T over
,   ���   i.      ..���> I 000.
We have past records to beat, larger stocks to reduce,
bigger bargains to offer, and only a limited time
before stock-taking.   These are some reasons
why you should come and supply your
present needs, and buy what you
anticipate you '11 require for
months to come.
30 Children's Coats at $1.95
It's the lowest price for new goods that a January Sale ever offered. We
have no excuse to offer only that it's January, and they will be sold, and quickly
too. Don't phone, because thirty women will be here before 9 a. m. Choice of
new $3.50, $4.50 and $5.00 Coats for children, age 8 to 12 years, at $1.95.
$20.00 Women's Winter Coats for $9.50
The number is limited, but the styles are all new. we have no (last season's)
Coats to offer. This is a final clearance and a good opportunity'for you to
secure the best at half or less.
January Whitewear Sale Starts Thursday
So you may come expecting the biggest'Whitewear values ever given in this
city or elsewhere.   The items mentioned are but samples of an enormous variety
ithers equally as good ; but Thursday's savings say "Buy Thursday."
di oi
Corset Covers
Low, round neck, full front,
good English cambric, size '���'���-
to  12.    Sale price   12%C
Corset Covers
Made of good cotton, with
low round neck, finished with
Lace edge, arms also with lace,
full front, with six rows of lace
Insertion, draw strings at waist,
sizes 32 to 12 inches bust nieas-
ure.   January sale price ...25c
Corset Covers
neck,  full  tucked front,
and arms   trimmed   with
��� mbrol i n. pearl tout-tons,
trlng ;i; tha waist; good
��� 'ii:   size   32   in   11.     Sale
 50c
SKIRTS
50 Elaborate
Sample Skirts
Ai a mera fra ittan o" their
actual value. Price1! range from
$2.50 to     $18.50
Skirts of Good
Quality
White cotton, finished wiUi
Bounce of fine lawn with two
Inch hemstitched b m, and two
rows of hemstitched tucks, cut
full width. Our leader tor this
big sale at   75c
2 Cases of Sample
Lawn Blouses
DRAWERS
Makers' samples, .wide urn-
hrell i and knieker styles, with
deep frill of lawn with fine insertion lace or blind embroidery, and finished with silk ribbon and bows. Sale pric? $1.00,
$1.50, $2.00 and    $2.25
GOWNS
Made of fine cotton, square
Mother Hubbard yoke of fine
tucking finished with frill of
fine lace ai neck and sleeves.
January sale price   50c
You
ind bb
can have   wide
, ,��� much money,
choi ���
Made ot good ootton, deep
nbrelia Bounce of fine Lawn,
'i'-lii'd with rows of t.ueks ami
ill ol line embroidery or lace,
ngth 38, 10 and 42. Sale
Ice   $1.00
SKIRTS
Very wide cut, good quality
ol fine cambric with frill ot
lawn to give extra fullness, fin-
Ished with two rows fine lace
Insertion and two rows of lucks,
with a finish of deep Val.n-
clenne lace, and dust frill. Bala
price   43.51
DRAWERS
Made of good cotton, wide umbrella frill, finished with two
half inch hemstitched tuckH and
hemstitched hem, lengths 86
an l 27 Inches; open and closed
styles.   Sale price   25c
DRAWERS
Made of lino cotton, wide umbrella frill, finished with clusters of fine tucks, and  frill of
nl  torchon lace, sizes 21 aiv.l
real
27    inelvs;    oin'n
si vies.    Sale price
and
closed
...,50c
GOWNS
Of
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ting at
and
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11,
i.        new  1.:- .- ere added to
the ol  the Knights oi  Columbus
ut the last meeting of that lodge. The
mem iers are planning to hold an open
soi    1  ,n the near future.
Superintendent Dr. Doherty, of the
provincial asylum, left yesterday tor
the list iu order equipment for tb
new asylum buildings it Coqultlam
ami to obtain suggestions tor the con -
. structlon,
insl the <'\ I i'mce given,
and magistrate had no juris-
lim being tor damag
and ni     o    le it.   The appeal will be
bear I        Pe iruary 4.
All  kin Is of    pot-plants    and
flower   ai Tidy's.    Phone A W.
cut
Ti
oer;
the
try
man who enj i
Kenny's.
good din-
flne cam rlc, pr< ttuy
with   six  row.; of  faggot-
yoke and lace at  neck
iit'fs.    Splendid  value   at
January sale price . .75c
2 Complete Ranges
of Maker's Samples
Prom the largest factories in
Canada. These lines are in
perfect, condition, and will be
quickly scattered at our Janu-
uary sale prices. 	
Come and see what the price tickets say on Goods
not advertised.
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T.H. SMITH
Spli ndid photographs of the local
soccer football team and of the officials and players were taken last
Saturday  at Queen's park by one of
. the local photographers, the pictures
having been distributed among    the
j members yesterday.
Meet me at Kenny's restaurant tor
Bupper. *
Rog, rs, the colored man who wants
; to rest for a tew months ami who sup-
piled the police with much valuable
; information    respecting   hoboes   and
their   habits,   was  yesterday    turned
over to the Immigration officials for
deportation to the States.
Doh'l tail to be present at the
I meeting in the Queen's Ave. church
1 tonight. The service will be specially
i Interesting.    Come early. **
Columbian college organized its first
I Glee chili yesterday afternoon with
over fifty charter members. The following officers were elected: Honor-
i ary president. Dr. Sipprell; president,
Arthur Smith; secretary-treasurer,
Miss Oliver; conductor. Miss Houston;   pianist, Howard DeBeck.
An effort is being made to arrange
a match with the North Vancouver association football team in this city on
Saturday, a game postponed from .November 25 still having to be played between that team and the locals. A
schedule match is to be played th
following Saturday.
Dinner Sets at cost at Adams and
Deans.    See their advertisement.     **
Rev. John C. Coleman, D. D.. presiding elder of the African Methodist
Episcopal church, a colored divine is
in the city soliciting funds for the
carrying on of the work amongst the
people of his own race ln America.
The church is widely spread and numbers some thirteen bishops, all color-,
ed, among its adherents.
H. S. Pelletier, of Blairniore, Alia.,
is spending a few days in the city,
having come to escort his young son,
who is to attend college here during
the coming term. Mr. Pelletier has
purchased a residence on Fourth ave-
; iuie, and will bring his wife and
family to New Westminster early in
the summer. He recently sold out a
general contractors supplies' business
���it Blairniore, and is part owner of the
townsite at that place.
Have your meals at Kenny's, today
and if satisfied buy a 21 meal ticket
for +4.00. *
Judge Howay, of the county court,
will sit at Mission on January 25 to
hear an appeal in the matter of the
license issued to H. Wlntebank, under
th" liquor license act of 19 if the
MatsquI hotel. Mission. At the lasl
m>' ting of the commissioners the
license was granted. The appeal is
being o ight by D. McKay, proprietor ol the Bellevue hotel, formerly
owned iy ii. Wlntebank who. the appellant claims, agi'ted to stay out of
the Held for a period of years.
If Ii. C Cigars are good enough for
Christmas  they  are good  always.    **
The new Georgia vaudeville theatre,
opposite the Carnegie library, opens
tonight witli a high class program, in-
eluding overture by Mrs. Marshall,
.sketch by Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe, and
moving pictures. The theatre is being comfortably furnished, and will
hold some two hundred persons. The
management have been exceedingly;
fortunate in securing the services   of
Another new theatre is am ui
for  this city,  and is expected
opened 10 the public on Tuesda
The new theatre will be known a
Royal and will be  located in St.  Pa
rick's lu.ll, which has been leas  i tor
the purpose by eastern men wh i
run   the   Royal   in   Vancouver   and   a
house in  Seattle.    The program will
consist of moving pictures and illus-
trated songs, afternoon and   tv inlng,
with changes  two or three times     i
week.
Do you want a new cottage on x
Large lot, below market value? We.
can suit' you I'or$lu00, only $400 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon Hotel.
A meeting of the Rovers Football
club members will be held ln tbe
small I. O. O. P. hall this evening,
when 'all supporters Of soccer football are invited to be present, 'ine
meeting is being held for the purpose
of settling all outstanding accounts
and putting the club on a solid financial basis, several of the members
having during the past few days been
successful in collecting over $100 to
be applied to the willing out of outstanding accounts totalling $50, the
balance to be used for future expenses
in connection with the club.
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: Our Great Fifty-
Thousand-Dollar SALE
Now Going On
SEE   POSTERS   FOR   PRICES
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TEL.   73.
DUPONT  BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
IT IS   DANGEROUS
To Neglect a Cold
We Have the Remedy
-AND-
WILL GUARANTEE IT
acKenzie's   Drug
Store
Phone 66.
Dominion Trust Block
HONK! HONK!
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ng-glasses on   display in our   show
window f'lio wo' k. We find we have t o
many and will give you a bargain on
any mirror in our store.    If you d i
not want a mirror come iu and 1
over our  stock  of  hand    ba^s.    W
over bought for the holiday trade an I
are going to clear them out at bargain
prices.    For  instance  we  are  selling.
the collar  line at  seventy-five cents j
and <all others ln like proportion.   Our
stock ranges from fifty cents to seven
dollars.    All at cut prices.
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CURTIS'
Drug," Spectacle & Seed Store
F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa. In charge
I of the Optical Department.
YES, WE INSURE AUTOMOBILES AGAINST DAMAGE OF
ANY KIND WHETHER YOUR
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HAVE A MACHINE OR ARE ORDERING ONE, ENQUIRE ABOUT
THIS.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
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SALVATION ARMIES
QUARRtL OVER NAME
PROFESSIONAL.
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NORMAN BOLB, K. I'., BAR-
an i Solicitor. Cbamb-
rs, Canadl n Bank <if Commerce
milding, Ni w Westminster, B. c.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Britlah Columbia Coast Llna
Service.
American  Body Should Be   A AiiKAI'"Kk'
J *TB\a   llcitor,  etc.,
BARRISTER,   SO-
42   Lome   Street,
Prevented From Using Ap-   opposite Court  House, New Westmio-
n   .-        o rt       n     ii    s'"*-'1'-   Phone 143.
pellation, bays Gen. Booth ..	
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New York,   Jan. 8.���The
whether the Salvation Army, of which
General   William Booth is  the  head,
has  had  the exclusive   right to    use
HlTKSiii!-;  ..:   hlDMONDS, Barristers and b Iii Itors, Blackie Blk.,
qui   tion   Columbia street,   Sew    Westminster.
\v. .1. Whites.de, il. I.. Edmonds.
R. .i.  I'.  HAMPTON BULK, Soliei-
tor of the supreme conn.   Offices
that name in the United States, was  0anadlan Bank o�� commerce building,
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argued iu the supreme court yesterday. The arguments were on an application to have made permanent a
temporary injunction restraining the
American Salvation Army from longer
using that name.
Columbia stret, opposite   Post Office,
New Westminster.   Money to loan.
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ART1N,  WEART  &  McQUARRIE
Barristers, solicitors, etc. Offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk. corner
Genera] James William Duffy,    the   Clarckson aud  Lorne  strets. Vancouver, rooms 21, 24, 445 Oranviile street,
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. W. Weart, W
bead of the American Salvation Army,
says   that   he   was   forced   to live    in
Brooklyn last summer as a result of   <-������ MoQuarrle,   H.  A.    Bourne.      Mr.
threats made    by    District   Attorney   Martin  wil  be  in    the    Westminster
Clark, after he bad been arrested on   Offices every Friday afternoon,
a charge Of vagrancy, and discharged
In the magistrate's court.    He is at
present at the headquarters of his organization  iu Philadelphia.
Former Justice D. Cady Herfick appeared for the Salvation Army in the
United Suites of which General Booth
is the commander.
GKORGE E. MARTIN, liarnsiei aim
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
eta and McKenzie streets. New Wem
minster, fi. C.
WATER   ENCOUNTERED
AT  THE   KRAO  MINE
A, MYERS GRAY, Barnsfr, Soltcitoi |
and Notary Public, l> nractlce since
1891 at New Westminster B P.. Offices removed to Curtis Block, Clark-
son street, opposite Court House.
P.O. Box 109.   Telephone 64.
F.  HANSFORD.    Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner      Columbia     and      McKenzie
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Nelson, Jan. 8.���Difficulties have
been encountered ln the working of
the  Krao mine    at Ainsworth, where   streets. New Westminster, B. C
water has come in in excessive quan- ������ ���	
titles while sinking. The Krao created   BOARD OF TRADE.���New   Westmin-
some excitement at Butte and Nelson
last year because of its wonderful
showings of silver lead ore. The mine
Was floated principally by Butte capital, and development was started upon a large scale, it being endeavored
to cut the ledge at depth of .-inking.
It is now proposed to run a tunnel
of 400 feet long from the Copper
Creek, which would tap the Krao,
ledge .,; a depth of 900 feet an.l at
the same time would effectually drain
the i.r:. ���. thus culling the cost of
development in two. To do this, however, ground nol belonging- to the
Krao would have to lie traversed and
tbe consent of the various owners of
iir- ground must be obtained on mutually satisfactory terms. This should
not be difficult, as the adll would not
be a cross cut tunnel, but would run
in upon the extension of the Krao.'
ledge and the ore taken out should" go'
far toward paying the first cost of the
undertaking.
Mail Service
Dispatch  i by C. P. R. train at 8:35'
n. i.i ; close 8 a. tr.,
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon.
daily. j
Millside  No.   1,   daily   except  Sun-
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   daily  except!
Sunday.   Mails Received at 6:35 p.m.
Dispatched by B, C. Electric rallwaj
^    fift, VaZ a. m.'.
Vancouver,  N.O.  1,   dailyexcept Sun
days.   Return m��ll received Ji t. nV
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, S.45 a.m.:
Cloverdale,    Nicomekl,   Port   Kel!%
Hazelmere,  Hall's   Prairie,    Bon   Ac- ���
cord, Blaine  and   Stiatlle   (all   points;
in   Washington   and   south,    also   all
points in eastern  states),    daily  ex-;
cept  Sunday.    Return  mails received
at 3:30 p. m.
Clayton,   Tuesdays   and  Thursdays; ]
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Satur- j
days.    Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
^Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway.
10:20 a. m.:
'Vancouver  No,  2;   Victoria,  No.  Ij
"Central   Park,   daily   except  Sunday
Return mall received at 2 p. m.
Dispatched by carrier, i:18 p. m.:
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday j
Return malls received at 1:1(1 p. m.
Dispatched by.carrier 1200 noon;
ster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Boom, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may he proposed and
��� ' :������ 1 at any monthly er quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire bsld in Oddfellews' hall. Colum-
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. C. S.
Richmond. X. (1.; A.V.D. McDonald,
V. 0.; w. C. Coatham, R. S.; G. C.
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'Davv'/F. S.; Alex. Adams, treasurer.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLE'S,
Aerie No, 20---Mccts every Tuesday
evening at S p. m., In Hie Eagles'
hall, Columbia street. F. .1. Lynch.
W,  Pres.;   H.  Schofleld, Secretary.
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\. 0. U. W.���FRASER LODGg No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tuesday in each month. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend.
Ixidge room, A. O. U. W. hail, Oddfellows', tjock, Clarkson street, 0.
S. Corrigan, recorder; (leo. Bacon,
master wjr|jmani      ".'
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Lins Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU.  PT.  SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S   Princess  May.
Leaves Vancouver li p. m. on follow
ing date.-:
Nov. 13;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 12
Nov. 26;   Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 25
Dec.    9;   Lv. Victoria 11 p-m. Dec.    Si
Dec. 20;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Dec. 25 j
Jan.    9;   Lv.  Victoria 11  p.m. Jan.    S ,
Jan. 26;   Lv. Victoria  11 p.m. Jan. 24 |
Feb.    9;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Feb.    8]
Feb. 24;   Lv. Victoria 11  p.m. Feb. 24
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
8 S    Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver  1:30 p. m- daily; !
arrives at Victoria C:30 p. ni. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. in. daily;     arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess  Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria S:3o n. in- daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:20 p. in. daily ex- '
cept Monday;  arirvea Victoria ' a.m.
daily except Tuesday.
VICTORIA     NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer  R   P.   Rithet.
To Victoria:   Wednesday,  Saturday,
7 a.m-
From   Victoria:     Tuesday,   Friday,
7 a-m-
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
S S- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
of each month for Clayoquct, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;    7th of each
month  for Quatsino and  way   ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEK--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30  p-m. daily,
except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER ROUTE
McQUARRIE
Real Estate Brokers  Insurance  Agents
&   CO.
Financial Agents
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.
Odd
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, H, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
10, 17, 18, 19, 20. 28, C6. 71. 72. 72, 71
and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
block 14, Sapperton; prices ranging
from $125 to $200.
0 room house on Hamilton street,
all modern Improvements- One lot
from car line; iot 60x132- Price $1400.
|600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
8 room house, all modern improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time.
3V-i acres land next to Royal Oak
hotel, has been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 28 bearing  fruit  trees,   all   kinds,    sufficient   $1050; halt cash.
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, Buitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched ail
round and fenced a round and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x7f.,
sufficient teed tor about 'Jon head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mi
from station on  new car line.
Ixit 22, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house. Carnarvon street; full Bize $1600.
100 ACRES about two miles from
Aldergrove station, 30 acres cleared
and partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $1760
cash, balance to be arranged.
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Full sized Lot on 4th St.
of Reglna St.,  betwei
avenues, west side of   r
$400;   half cash.
end
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4  Lots    88x132 each,    i
13th street.    $1200 cash.
2 HOUSES   on 1 lot, Ke
je | Sapperton; 5 rooms and ki
"nut.
, ,    .._, . . ���.���.,        .. B|
shed and 4 rooms, kitrle n and wood
shed.    $1000 each, one-th
ance easy.
77.58  ACRES,  black loan,  land
ploughed and cleared and   lyki I
E.  Vt Sect. 5.    $75 per an,
cash, one-third 3 months. ,.,,
months.
HI
N.
third
third 6
7 LOTS, 120x.-
facing - ���   .lYenuei
4   lots  cleared,  small   hou ���      hid,..
1ft ACRES, Block tl, Lot No. 2,1.,s��. ; ^ ���, ^ ^ '
Lot 8;   south  side of the  river,  ntttr   pr,ce $1500i %lm ^
bridge.    $300;   half cash. |    fl ACREg ^
2   LOTS,   1:12x132.  N.-W.   comer  of  ^   lflj   CQmn   Blufl   ��� ">
'";1- '---"    ;,,l!    S,-A'-''���"������       ''     Mamd  Brunette  road,    .outh   Bide;   fi
roomed house; parlor, din ag room
lumber to build good large barn, b- 2 lots on Sih st between r.th and ! kitchen and three bedrooms; plasteN
room house and barn and large chick-' 6m Ave on east Blde; full size(i| 66x ed; conservatory 30 or 40 feet long
en house for about 250 chickens; 13<; Nos 9 and 12 Price $1000 for, heated by pipes; well; stable' bam-
good well; near to school and tram; b(jth ha,f casn baUmce easy. 15 bearing fruit trees; considerabll
all fenced- Price $3500-. Terms $1500 |
cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April   %##% :^;^-;-^C\'^:f-:^000^^^^^^}
Block, corner of Auck-
1 Lot 66x*32 ft., S. % of, 8, lane at
back, 3rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, bal. C months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street SSxl32 only $S00, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
street;   price $0.")0.
160 acres less right of way about S
land & I Ith St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
I stock ready to plant out; 2 ski p bees;
5 acres cleared, light tlm er en re-
mainlng acre; all fenced; ', mile
from school.    Price $3000;  hall cash
i bal, In 6 months at 7 pei    ���
1  Lot 88x132, 4th
$800  cash.
avenm
3 LOTS, 5, 6 & 7, tu ized and
cleared, upper side of 5th Avi ;.iie, be.
tween 1st and 2nd Streets. Price $iO0
each.
'acres for railway;  2," acres stumped,
-
j 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced; |
S. S. Beaver I l 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too 14x28
Leaves   Now  Westminster,  S   a.   m.   and  lean  too  10x22;   barn  30x32  an.l
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.      lean  too 32x14;   granary   10x16;
"iejg'OP COl-UM'BIA LODGE No.
116, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rrwe Degree meets Second and,
Fourth Wednesday of each montfi,
In K. or P. Hall, Columbia St., at
8 p. ��., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
'cordially Invited. E. L. Webber president, H. Disney, secretary.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock. In the 6mall
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. 8.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
CP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed.. Frl.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves  .New   We^minster  daily  except Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
hrlp Monday at r> a.m.
J/iaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday
at 7 a. m.j Friday at 6 a.m. additional
trip Saturday a p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.Sj Amur,
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st aud 15th:
from    Vancouver    at    S    p. m.,  2nd
ind   lfith   of each  month,  calling  at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on second t'ip.
RIVERS INLET* VAN ANDA, LUND,
r.tc.
5. S. Queen City. ^���-
I'Tom Victoria 8 p. m. every' iMOTday;
from Vancouver 9 a. m. evbry Wednesday. Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday  morning.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.  .   NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m;
arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
chicken houses, each    10x1
shed 20x30;   small milk
Merrival    and
two  Agnes;  full sized iot;    city block 31,
lot 11;    one house rents for $25, the
4 LOTS, 2 lots from lsl Streel and
6th Avenue on south side,
37 & 38, full size.    Price $1100 for the
four, or $300 each;  half C8
160 acres, '.' miles from city,
tto per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between 7th and 8th avenues.
houses  corner or
Double    tenement   house,   tth ave,
1st and 2nd St.;   1 lot.    Prl i   $:.;oo;
.   .,     cash half and half in 6 months at 1%
house, small necte(,    wlth    80wers.     Price $3,500. Rent8 for fl0 each tenant
orchard, all kinds of fruit, G5 bearing Cash $2,000,    balance in 6, 12 and 18'
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price: months at 7 %, .
wagon
other $10;   flush  closets  and  ail con-
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, between Royal and Queens avenue east
side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
Lots 14 and 15 of 1 of 6 of ,4
(cleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 0 months at 7 per cent.
Lot 14 on Sherbrook street of 1! of
3, cleared. Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
6_ LOTJ_ FACING 4t.h AVE,, ;rd
ST~AND PF)?E St.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWJ2R CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; 15000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS, AT 6%.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
A. O. F.���The regular meetings of
this Lodge are held on the Second
and Fourth Tuesdays of each month
at S p. m. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
Visiting Brethren are cordialy invited to attend. E. C. Firth, C. R.;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
Timberland,  Tuesdays and Fridays. | THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM-
Return mails  received   Tuesdays  and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. 'boat 1:30 p.m. '������
daily   (closes  dally  at  the  same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,     Port i
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., ln Oddfellows'
Hall, Columbia street. Visiting
Brethren are cordially Ipvited to attend,   G. Haggman,   S. C;    N. R.
Brown, Secretary.
���ONJ OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. ot P. Hall. John McNiveu
Chief; J. J. Forrester. Rec. Sec.
Guichon, Steveston, Sunbury. d'illv
except Sunday. Return malls received  from 9 a. m. to 11  a. m.
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. 3; Victoria, No. ���/.,
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
in.: daily execept Sunday. Return
mails received at 6 p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    a>
2 p. m.
Dispatched by n \. Fyler, 4 n. in.:
To   southern     points,    dally  exeent ! OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES,
Sunday.    Return mail 11  p. m. include the Union Lodge, No, 9, A,
Di.-;;!  bed by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.      F. and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
m., mall closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary nnd Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. east, second mail). Return mall
ICC; ivt d  at   1  p. Ill
Sapperton,  No.  '.
Cccjuitlam, dairy except Sunday.    Re
mm mail received at 1 p. m.
'< I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Columbia Street, every Friday evening
at s o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. C.H. Clow, N.ti.
C.E, Osborne, P. G. recording sec
retary,
Millside,  No.  2;
Mo, 17. A. F. and A. M.; L. 0. U,
No. 1150; L, O. L., No, 1593; Court
6&ppeiton, No. 4688, I, 0. F.; C, O,
i-.. L'ourl \\'i Btminster, No. 310;
Brotherhood Of Owls. Nest No. 20,
Beulah Rebukah Lodge, No. 5, I. O.
O. F.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED   GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster.
E. J. COYLE.
&sst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
Oeneral Superintendent. Victoria.
WHEN GOING EAST
*SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trams Every Day in the Ye*r
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
i6 section sleepers, luxurious dining
;ar. reclining chair cars (seats .free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or  any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
JM Second Avenue. Seattle. Wsib
House^ find cottage on Columbia St.,
house Vents for $25, cottage for $12.;
$5,JJ('1j, easy terms,
27^ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comenc.ing to bear;
new house, 1% storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acres
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of property easily cleared. Price
$4,700; $2500 cash, balance 6
and 12 months.
This property ls only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
Six lots,
$60  each
enquiry.
50x150, outside city  limits
T ���*&*****> <*+��� ������>����' ���**
lot,     Fuller   partlculsrS  on
Centrally
situation;
40 acres K section 14, N. (4 ol E ':
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from : i oil
Haworth road, Surrey; hou i 18x26,
l1^ storey house, 3 rooms finished, another 3 can be added upsta rs; Email
shack; 1% acres cleared and seeded
with clover, red; fairly easily cleared,
One mile from shingle mill. Price
$1,200;. terms half cash, balance 12
months at 7 <><..
Westerly 4. 11 of 63, Sub. Block 6,
132x132 corner 100 feet squan .   two
houses drawing $28 per mon:h. Price
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 nad 12
months.
HOUSE and LOT
located in a commmanding
Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one balf-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot aud
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot $2,100; terms $1,100 cash, balance ar-
66x132, with lane In rear;  part of lot   ranged.
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750. \     Large lot and two cottages on Co-
$1,500 cash, balance arranged. ; lumbla street, Sapperton.   Both rented
160 acres on the Scott road, 16 acres iat 110 each.
160 S.E. Vi of Section 26, Diet U,
10 acres,partly cleared; Kanal.ii creek
running through; good road; one mile
north of Webster's corner; shingle
mill and P O. at the west corner; timber worth $7 per acre; cedar nnd fir;
4  miles    from    Port    Haney.     Price
1 1-2 acres, more or
less, in block, corner of 11th Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commtir,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 lots Nos. 81 to 86 and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Gunns ranch,
4 lots cleared without a stump; small
house, chicken house,
chickens; horse and rig
One and one-half storey bouse and
full size lot, situated north side ot
Royal avenue and corner of McKinnis
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hi" ani.1
cold water, closet; woodshed; vouna
bearlg fruit trees; streets en three
sides; fine view. Pr'ce $1,800 J'JO'J
esah.
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash
balance 6 months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, between Fourth and Merrlvale; all cleared. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreuge on Vancouver road, corner
o! Gilley road. $225 per acre. Acreage is selling fast at this price.
No. 308.���8-roomed House, with bath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %.
No. 306.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, corner of 6th and Agnes St.
Price $4,000; terms % cash, balance
3 and 6 months at 7 %.
Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen'l
175    choice | and 3rd Avt>., second lot from Queen'a
$1500 cash   Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared; lane
alongside and back.     Price   $1,0001
half cash, balance easy at 7 %
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us.   This magnificent property is i No-   310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath
situated on the comers of Faurth ave- j    r��oni,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   %   cash, j at 7 per cent,
nue,    First    street    (facing' Queen's      balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %.
park-  and   Emory  street,   comprising | No.   312.���8-roomed   House   and   bath j
150 acres Improved land, bulldlnn
and sheds complete, near Oloverdsl*!
all under cultivation, $15,006. if you
can handle this, don't delay; ite ���
bargain; terms can be arranged.
S��'For the above Tour properties a.
special price will be made to om |ulr
chaser.
House 30x42, 4th St., between ^
and 5th Ave.> 2 single and 1 double
bedrooms upstairs, and bath roan
down stairs; parlor, dining room, !'""
chen and pantry. Full sized loi runi
ning back to Ash St. Price $3,800;
$1,500 cask, balance at $5.00 per ye.lt
In all ten 3:1x120 foot lots facing on
First street at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue ani
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per   lot;   four  lots,   52   1-2x85,  $450;
room, Agnes St.     Price $2,500;   ft
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under  cultivation, 10 aces or
chard,   %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
Three ful sized lots on Fifth nvnnu��.
north side between First and Becono"
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $400
each or $1100 for the three.
Full sized lot, north side or Hamilton street between Sixth and Eighth
streets; $236.
churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
five hits, $400.    Call at our office on; spring; house IS x 22;  frame barn 30
Froat street and inspect plans, x  32;   14-post   frame house  ami   co*
-,,,,., ..,        stables, three.in all, stable 8 cows and
House,    full   sized   lot,   on    Kftarv   ��� ��� ,.,   ,
�� 8pan horses; near Mission Station-
street,  Sapperton;   rents for   $10  pet|��cllboia
month.    Only $1,050.
10.1���V1 8e^i2'.Ilm'!!Lf[l��!-! f��reLtlm,Sflflr r -'-���-ver'bJen I side    r   ,., ave,,,,,
logged;   $2,000   refused   for   standing'
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen
house  made of hewed timber laid  in
mortar. 12 x 20.    A chance of a lit*. iiabh' ba1, 6' 12 and 18 monthB
rime. $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at fl       ' ;',B on rl!';'- Street, 11   12.
percent .     ��i����BBM*il?".b.' lr\s- R��<- ���.     $350 each, ball
dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full  particulars.
Lots 17. IS, 19, 20. 21, face on 16th
sueet and sih avenue; 2 corner lota
?pr.0: 4 inside lots $200 each. Prlco
JC50. cash.    Single Jots  at  cash
28 acres on Mara road, BurnnbS
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance '
and 2 years at 7 %.
1 lot No. 24 on  13th. street Boutb
Price $200 Cflfl*'
I    Block 12 on 12th St., e��.3t side: l<j
full sized lots.    Price $2,600. one tturo
..-"\**!II cash, balance 6 months at 1% DA.Y, JAN. 9. 1908.
THE UAILY NCWS.
PACi.    -   V I '-
���ERS   addressed   !
:.l . ndorsed "Te
illding,  Ladysmith,
ceived at this office
December 11, 1907
tor the construction of a
'  Ladysmith, B. c.
I Ladysmith, B. c.
tend ring are notified that
I ool  be considered unless
,, ad   0D the  printed  form suppljed,
d Bigned  with  their  actual  signa-
���; ea
K.i'ii tender must be accompanied
,. M ,,,. pted cheque on a charterer]
,ink   ;IM���   payable    to the order of
M��� hod   irabl.e the  Minister of Pu'j-
c v, equal to ten per cent (10
��� ,..i ol tl"' amount of the tender.
ffy, b will be forfeited if the person
tendering decline to enter into a con-
You and each of you are  required
to  contest  the claim of the tax pur-
chaser within fui ty-live days from the
date of  the   first   publication of   this
notice upon you, otherwise 1 shall :
ister Joseph Tayg as owner thereof iu
fee.    And I hereby direct that publl-
cation of this notice for one mouth in
a dally  newspaper published at New
Westminster will be good and sutlit
ent service thereof.
Dated at tlie Lanu Registry Offlc
act when called ui��on to do so, or If New Westminster, Province of Brii    i
Ihe fall to complete tlie work contract/
the 1'iider be not accepted
deque will be returned.
The Department does not. bind itself
, , ..... pt the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINA3,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, November 13, 1907.
Columbia,   this   20th  day  of  October,
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Join)  Slrr,  Esq.
All persons served with this notie--,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any !n-
terest in said land by virtue of any
unregistered instrument, and all per-
Newspapers will not lie paid for this! sons claiming any interest in sail
advertisement if they insert it with-.L;ul,i ;'-v descent, whose title is not
ml authority from the Department.     registered under the provisions of the
I "Land Registry Act," shall he forever
1 estoppel  and  debarred    from seitinj
up any claim to or in respect of the
said land so sold for taxes as provided
by the 'Land Registry Act."
Synopsis of Canadian- North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section of Do-
i minion lands iu Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who is the sole head of a
famfly, or any male over IS years of
age, to the extent of one-quarter section of 160 acres, more or less.
Application for entry must ue
made in person by the applicant at
a Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
agency for the district in which the
land is situate.    Entry by proxy may,
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re I/)ts 1 to 9 (inclusive) of a portion of Lot 94, Group 1, Map 440, New
7,'estmlnster district.
Whereas proof of th>- iosb of Certificate of Title Number 15715a. issued
j in the name of Peter Latham,    has
1 een filed in 'his office
Notice  is hereby given that I shall
'at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here-
; of, issue :i duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS.
however,  be made at  an  agency  on |objection be made to me in writing,
lertain conditions by the father, moth-1 rj. S. KEITH,
er, son, daughter, brother or sister of i District Registrar of Titles,
an intending homesteader. Laud Registry Office, New Westmin-
The homesteader is rejuired to per-  gter. B. C. Oct. 21. 1907.
form the homestead duties under one i ���
of the foi.owing plans:
ill   At least six months' residence 1
upon and  cultivation of  the land   in
each year for three years.
(2)    A homesteader may,  if be  so i
Issires, perform the    required    rcsi- j
��� duties by living on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (SO) acres in extent, in
the vicinity of his homestead.    Joint
bip in  land  will  not  meet this
requirenu nt.
1 If the father (Or mother, if the
��� deceased) of a homesteader
las permanent residence on farming
land owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80) acres In extent, lu
tbe vicinity of the homestead, or up-
1:1   i homestead entered  for by him
��� flcinity, such homesteader may
' his own residence duties by
"ving with the father (or mother).
(4)   The term "vicinity" in the two
receding  paragraphs is  defined    as
not more than nine miles in
' '  line, exclusive nf the width
,;l'l  allowances crossed    in    the
���  '" nt.
\  homesteader  Intending    to
his   residence   duties   in   ac-
wlth the above while living
treats or on farming land own-
himself must notify the agent
'" district of such intention.
< months' notice in writing must
'���' " to the Commissioner of Do-
'"'"'i Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to for patent.
W.  W. CORY,
BPUty of the Minister of the Interior.
N'   B.���Unauthorised .publication -j!
1  'I'lvertisement  will  not be  paid
fur.
IN THE MATTER of the Estate of
Alexander Kwen. late of the City
Of New Westminster. British Columbia, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia, Chapter 187, that all
creditors and others having claims
agalnsl the Estate of Alexander Ewen,
who died on or about the Sth day of
July, 1907. are required on or before
the 15th day of December, 1907, lo
send by post prepaid, or deliver to th?
undersigned, their Christian and surnames, addresses and descriptions;
the full particulars of their claims, duly verified; the statement of their account, and the nature of the security,
If any, held by them, and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after such last mentioned date the executors, John Hendry and John II.
Jardine, will proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard
onlj to the claims of which they shall
then have notice, and that the said
executors will not be liable tor the
said assets or any pan thereof to any
person or persons of whose claims noil,,, ehall not have been received by
them al the time of such distribution.
DATED at New Westminster, this
8th day Of November, 1907.
MARTIN & McQUARRIE.
Solicitors    for    John  Hendry and
John B.  Jardine, executors of the
said  Estate.
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register J i
n    ... Fee Simple,
Sail Deed trom C. C. Fish i to J
1 '.'������-��� '   : ing date the 16 x,,.
vem ���      v. D, 1904, of ail an
lar th iln pared or trac  ol .an |
,    eclflcatlons can be Been land pr mlses situate, lying and being
of tender obtained at this in  the  District of New Westmim
and on application to the to thy Province of British Columbia,
more particularly known aud u
ed as Lot   13, Block ,",, subdivision of
Lot 201, Group 1.
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| This is the Chance of Your Life \
1 have  lecided to clear out my entire stock ot
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum
and House Furnishings
and, as I am limited to time, will sell everything at ACTUAL COST.
and your ('ASH will buy more here tlian In any other place you
can go to. Compare my jrrices and be convinced. I mean just what
The first buyer lias the first choice of my
Make up your mind NOW and take advant-
I uay. This is no bluff.
1 iru.' and varied stock.
age ol this great sale.
W. E. PALES
| Opp. T. J. Trapp's
Columbia Street
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer! and Dealer* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurried Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London.
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Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, ate. adaress
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Oen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
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Canadian Pacific J
RAILWAY COMPANY   I j
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF!J
AMERICA, running through first class ; |
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves j $
dally at 3:15: makes close eonnec-j|
tions for all Kootenay points and also j'��
St.   Paul,   Chicago  and  other United j;��;
States points. | it
ED. GOULET.    j |
Agent, New Westminster j |
or to E. J. COYLE, j %
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver-  I ���-���
The place  to buy your  Furniture &Cm cash prices on
the easy*payment plan without interest
or^extra charge
A
A  Language Maker.
I
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t i hi
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The English equivalent
i   '" ���-. illei."   iie explained.
"i ." j] e oontinued, "the
word   '.       ..'  means  'to  break.'
wb.il lien' means 'to break
int'i smaller pieces/ or 'to shatter.'
beli
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'Xi".v." she eoneludeil when she   Quick Time.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontincnlal
Trains Daily
Travel on th - b'ami . ���
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low I..-���
Excellent S i
lieved thai she had made tier pu- i New yorj-   Chicago,
8 understand, "can any one i^ve | _ _     _    .
loronto, bt. raul
ANu ALL FOINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets   uu   sil<-    i >   .ill
European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
Rates   to   Southc-n   California.
For full information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
me another example?"
Promptly from the rear came a
voice in low, hurried tones:
" 'Sprechen/  to   speak*   or
talk:'   'zer-sprcehen,'   'to   talk
bunches.' "���Brooklyn Eagle.
*to
in
No   I.   racle  For  Him.
A clergyman was endeavoring to
instruct one of his Sunday school
scholars, a plowboy, on the nature
of a miracle. Thinking he had
made it plain, he said, "Now, boy,
suppose you should see the sun rise
in the middle of the night, what
i would von call it?" "The moon,
sir." "No, but suppose that you
knew it was not the moon, but the
sun, and  that you saw it  actually
��� rise in the middle of the night, what
should you think?" "I should think
j it was time to get up, far."���St.
James' Gazette.
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
The Mohammed in Oath.
Of all the many forms of taking the
outh used In the courts perhaps the
most picturesque is that which the Mohammedan Is required to take. It Is a
silent ceremony. Tbe son of Islam
places his right hand flat upon the
Koran aud puts tbe other on his fore
head; then he brings his forehead down
to aud In contact with tbe book. He
then raises himself and looks up steadfastly for some sivonds.   Tbe officer of
Take notie* that an application has
been made to register ,Io1in B. Rush-
ton as the owner in fee simple, under
a tax sale deed from the mayor and
treasurer of the City of New Westminster, to John B. Rushton, bearing
date the l!Tth day of Septimber, A. D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of laml and premises
situate, lying and being in the City of
New Westminster, in tbe Province of
British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as lot one of the
northeast half of lot 26, lilocK 5.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-live days from tlie
date of this notice, otherwise I shall
register John B. Rushton as owner
thereof in  fee.    And  I hereby direct
the court should then-tboogh he some-1 that publication of   this    notice   for
times fnrjret* this    ask the Mnl.anUBS* | mny days ln   a da���y neW8paper puD.
lished at  New  Westminster  will    be
an, "Are you bound by tbe ceremony
yo* have performed to speak the
truth?" and the answer ls, "I am." In
India the ceremony has been abolished in favor of an affirmation.
TENDERS WANTED
ST.  AL3AN'S CHURCH   SITE.
Tenders   are  inv.ted    for    clearing
1-4 acre of land, situate at corner of
good and sufficient service thereof
Dated at the Land  Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 28th day of December.
A.D. 1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District Regis'rir.
To Thomas Mowatt,, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or untler
i be seen at    tram    station    adjoining
I Tenders to be at  Mr. Stride's house
Hastiugs   road   and   Edmond  St.  car, .. .     ��� , ,   .
6 , ,      _       ��� them  and  all   persons  claiming  any
line,   Burnaby,   adjoining  East   Burn- ',,���..    ��.       ,, ,     . .       , ,        ,
I interest in the said land by virtue of
abv st'nool house.   Specifications may i _._. ,.  ._���. , ,,
��� any unregistered  Instrument, ami  all
persons claiming any  interest In the
said land by" descent, who.e tltl��   Is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from sei-
! ting up any claim to or in respect, ot
| the said land so sold for taxes as pro-
! vlded by the "Land Registry Act."
i Vancouver road,
. urday next.
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p. ni., on Sat-
WALKER.
Warden
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re lots -17 and 18, block 2. subdivision
of  lot 202, group  1,   New Westminster district  (Port  Moody).
Whereas proof of the loss of certifl-
1 cate of title number 3290A, issued in
i the name of W. Norman    Bole,    has
! been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
: at tbe expiration of one month from the
j date   of   the  first   publication 'hereof,
' issue a duplicate of the said certifl-
; cate, unless in the meantime valid ob-
j. ction be made to me in writing.
C.  S. KEITH,
��� District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry Office,  New Westminster, B. C, January 8, 1908,
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT
Trains & Steamers
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westminster 8:35, 11:35,
15:15'; 17:20, 18:40.
Arrive    N'ew    Westminster    10:25,
12:45, 16:30, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland    express    arrives    12:45,
leaves 15:16.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. W. 4.115 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V..  W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. M. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. tn.
Lv. Vancouver 8.8R a.m.. and 4 n.m.
(). N. R.���PORT CttJICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m.,
arrive Gulchon 6 p-m-
Leave Oulchon 6 a- m-, arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m-
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Dobble as the owner in Fee Simple, und��r
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobble, bearing date the
1st day ot December, A. D. 19C2, of
all and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and prsm'ses situate, lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province ol British Columl la,more particularly known
and described as Lots 18 to 25, inclusive, BIock 4, being parts of southwest of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobble as owner
thereof ln fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
month ln a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land R gistry offlc?
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, tils 29th day of August,
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Benlamin Douglas, Esq.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
block
Re northeast half of lot
New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of t'he loss of certift-
and 8 a. m., and every halt hour there-!������� of title number 4085A, Issue! iu
R. MILES & CO.
Pliinbm, Gas and Hot Wiltf fitters, Re
Repairs of all kinds given special at- j
tention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A 377 j
Front St. N��w W����tmln��Ur \
Max Freed Furniture Co. \
62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, B. f,
Complete  House  Furnishers 1
All  orders  promptly  executed; carefully packed free of charge.
filVtXiM)iiittiHlll'fl'll'ff��OTfl"ti||ll||ll,|)1,''''ft'tM'''''1 frttftiliBiWillift*^''!!^^^^)^^!!1^^^
if tor till V o. m. ��
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
same hears-
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
��=FINC3T  AND  FASTEST^
IMPRESSES'*!
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ADVERTISE
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THE     QAILY     NBWS
.  If You"ve LOST Anything.
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THE     DAILY     NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
11,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,804
H. r*mm V EMPRESS OF IRELAND J     TONS
| GREAT   REDUCTIONS   IN   FARES
, TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now Is. the time to purchase your
i    tickets if you are going to spend
Xmas at home.
Empress   next   sailing   from    St.
John, February 7th.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET,
A. ~ C. P. R. Agent.
the name of Emily Moore Domny, has
been filed ln this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date ot the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate ot the said certificate, unless ln the meantime valid objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B. C, January 4th, 1907.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
iteck.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent tor Messrs. Samuel May ft
Co., Toropto. ^g*)
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THURSDAY,  JAN. 9.
1906
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Diaries, 1908
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Economize..
Now tl ai the h ilid ij season
Is o\i .- you 9 li I ;.r< ta econo-
n    - .    "Wh;     ni 'us help
you ?''
GRANT SECURED FOR
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tj42issisaiS4;acas��BSw    - ^^i-��a"*����"was����.      v��^
; Sum of $100 Given by Board
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A fresh and large assortment, just received
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MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
To  INCREASE  Your  BUSINESS.
Moffat's Best
Hungarian  FLOUR
$1.75
per sack
Tliis flour is giving good satisfaction. Our sales are increasing
on it every day. Remember we
guarantee it to he first class.
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C. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
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P. S.���Creamery Butter, 35c
per pound
A Cheap Farm
160 Acres in Langley
House 16 x 22; Kitchen 12 x 22 ; Woodshed ; Barn 32
; good well ; 1 acre in orchard, 15 acres under cultivation, 40 acres of prairie, remainder not cleared ; 3 acres
of timber reserved for the purchaser of the farm.
Good roads on two sides of farm.   Two schools, each
only half a mile distant.
PRICE, $2,500;     One-half cash,  balance  to be arranged to suit purchaser.
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The board oi trade al the regular
session last ni-ht discussed again
ihe question of the deepening of the
Eraser river in o/der to make New
Westminster a deep sea port, and
voted a subscription of $luu towards
the funds for the defraying of the ex-
penses of a competent engineer to report on ihe cost of the undertaking!
President Gilley,  in  introducing the
subject, spoke of the work of the committee.   They had come to the stage,
he  Sftid,   when   they     needed     ready
money.    Together with the mayor he ;
had  visited  many or tlie mill owners I
and had  been successful in raising a
considerable   sum  of  money  towards
the  expenses  of Engineer Le  Baron,
who had been selected as the best of |
some  twelve engineers   who had  applied.    Mr.   Keefer,   government    engineer, had promised to assist Mr. Le
Huron by placing at his disposal any
data that he might have with regard j
to tlie river.
E. J. Crean,   In moving   that   the
grant of $100   ,e voted, stated that in
his   opinion,   the   matter   was  a   most.
Important one for the interests of the
city and should  not be delayed.    The
average depth of 'he river was about
eighty feet, and there was only about
a mile and a half that required attention.    The   timber  of  the  whole  province  was accessible to  the    Fraser
river, all logs that were available    at i
Vancouver could as easily be brought ]
to this city   and  there  would  be the |
added advantage of having them    in j
, fresh water.    The speaker closed    by
: suggesting   the   formation  of a.   forty i
, thousand club to boost the city's popu- i
lailon.
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Secretary  While explained that the
money was nee led at once. Remittance
| had tjeen made ;o secure the engineer
I and in all probability he was now on
j his   way.    There  would   probably  fee j
an opportunity at a later meeting to
enhance the S"';scription if the board
so desired.
The  grant  was  passed  without    a
' dissenting voice.
Matins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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Call and examine our stock of the Pickard  China.      We   are   Sole J
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Limoges China, *
W. C. CHAMBERLIN, Tl" *������"���  \
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Pickard   China
and examine our stock of the Pickard  China.      We  are   Sole
Agents for the  Pickard  Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster.
Every piece guaranteed    hand-painted.      Also   a   line   of   the   1 est
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Agent Hamilton Watches
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PRCMICR
TREA5URC
ttLMHCe
Burnaby Municipality
The cooks,   waiters  and  waitresses!
of  Local 'Union   No.  293, assisted   by
Vancouver Union No. 28, last evening!
i
held a basket social in the Eagles' j
hall. A special car from Vancouver j
brought over nearly sixty of the visitors. Owing to the uad weather a
large number, the majority in fact, of
the baskets from Vancouver, were left
behind and also a huge number of 1
members who would otherwise have I
come. Fifty dollars was netted for
the baskets, H. A. Muller, of Vancou-
ver union, acting as auctioneer. One
basket in particular sent the bidders
j hig'u in their right for tha coveted
j trophy, finally falling unuer the ham-
! mer to the tune of $15. The meeting
was presided over by Mr.' Over, of
Union No. 28, and music was siije
plied by Earl's orchestra of Vancouver. The social is only the first of
a series to given during the winter,
Tbe officers of the Vancouver branch
also desire to invite any of the members of the New Westminster union
to visit their headquarters when in
Vancouver, 150 Hastings street.
Election   of   Reeve,    Councillors
School   Trustees.
and
TOO PROUD TO BEG;
DIES FROM   EXPOSURE
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the market.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
The annual public meeting of ratepayers will be held at the Municipal
hail on
Saturday, January 11th, 1908,
commencing at  1:30 p.m.
To receive addresses from the Reeve,
Councillors and School Trustees whose
term of office is about to expire.
Prospective candidates for office
are invited to attend and address the
meeting.
B. G. WALKER, C.M.C.
Burnaby, Jan. :)rd, 1908.
Nanaimo, Jan. 8.���The death of
Harold Sands, a native of Dover, England, and a man of splendid physique,
occurred at Chemainus yesterday from
pneumonia. The circumstances of the
case are most pathetic. Feeling his
impoverished jyosition keenly, and
possessed of indomitable pluck and an
unconquerable spirit, he chose to
sleep out at nights until he secured
means to pay for lodging. Unknown
to any one, .as the young man admitted before he died, he slept out on a
slab pile for five nights. From exposure he contracted pneumonia,
which resulted  in death.
You Will Smile
WHEN FIRE COMES, IF YOU HAVE
AN INSURANCE POLICY TO COVER
YOUR LOSS. FIRE COMES WHEN
YOU LEAST EXPECT IT AND YOU
NEVER MISS THE PROTECTION
WHICH INSURANCE GIVES, UNTIL1
YOUR HOME HAS GONE UP IN
SMOKE AND YOU HAVE TO BEAR
THE WHOLE   LOSS.
TAKE   OUT   A   POLICY   NOW.
Branch
Offices :
Chilliwack,
Vancouver
Collister's Annual
Clearance Sale
NOW   IM    FULL   SWING
BARGAINS galore are displayed on every hand, in every department-offerings which are being picked up quickly by eager
shoppers. Avail yourself of the many opportunities to save
money during this January Sale.
A Good Time to Buy House Furnishings is During our January Sale. Ail
Lines Reduced.
Bargains in Slightly
Soiled Blankets
Fine  all  wool    or union   blankets
which    are    slightly soiled    on   the
edges  from  frequent showing.    Two
special lines.
First Lot���15 pair union wool white
blankets, size 60 by 80 inches. Regular value $4.00: sale price, per
pair   $2.95
Second Lot���Ten pair all wool
[blankets in several sizes, extra heavy
weight, Regular prices $".-"|! and $o.oi;
sale price,  per pair  $-1.75
$2.75 Tapestry Table
Covers, Now $1.50
One lot of table covers which were
on sile the first day was almo ��� , :,
tirely  sold  out.    This special  lol  now
on  sale  were  picked out  an I   m
down _to   meet   the   demand   lot
priced cloths;   sizes 2 and  2%
long;  iff! colors.    Regular values $2.00
to $2.75;  now, each    $1.50
SMALL CENTRE TABLE
COVERS, reg. 75c, for 50c
Twenty-two    only,    taptetry    and
chenille table  covers;   none    over   a
yard square;  good qualities nnd neat
designs.    Regular   values   75c;
price, each    50c
All Short Lines of LACE CURTAINS Greatly Underpriced
The past season's selling has   left   many   lines   of curtains
from only two to six pair to a line.    These   broken   styles   have  a
been put on the bargain table; all new goods.
White Lace Curtains, :! yards long. Regular price 50c; sale price 35:
White Lace Curtains, 3 yards long. Regular price $1.25; sab- price 95c
White Lace Curtains, :; and 3% yards Ion;;. Regular price $1 75
price   $1.35
White Uice Curtains, 3% yards    long.    Regular    price    $2.50;
price  $1--5
White I.ace Curtains, .'!U yards    long.    Regular    price    $3.75;
price    $2-95
White Lace Curtains,  3%    yards long.    Regular price    $6.50;
price $4.90
Every line of curtain muslins and nets greatly  reduced.    Specii
snaps at, per yards    9c and 15c
Many Customers Avail Themselves of
the Reductions on Suits, Coats and Skirts
When we reduced our various lines of ladies' clothing we e\pected a busy time In the read. ���
wear section. Nor were we disappointed, dozens of women and children expressed themselves much
pleased that they were able to purchase at such low cost.
Don't delay.    These bargains will not be here long.    Your cl ance is now.
Twenty-nine only left of the most correct styles in ladies' coats, long lengths,   in  plain    cloths    and
small  check   aud  over-check tweeds.    Regular value $111.00 to $15.00; sale price, each   $7.5C
Twenty-four only, ladies' coats, no old styles in the lot, but this season's newest goods;   all sizes and
with one or two exception* different styles.    Regular prices $11.00 to $12.50; sale price, each .., .$6.25
Ladies' Coats for 95c each
None of this lot are this season's coats.    We do not. claim that they  aie new  by  any  means,
many customers appreciate   the value given.
We have about 2."i only left, and while they last you can have your choke for, each  95c
Laces and Embroideries
Greatly Underpriced
One lot fine Vulendenne, torchon,
guipure and pillow laces. Regular
prices 12%-c to :!">c; sale price, per
yard  8c
One lot narrow and medium width
Valenciennes, torchon and heavy laces
and insertions. Regular prices 5c to
10c;   sale  price   3c
One lot cambric embroideries and
insertions. Regular values 12'^c to
20c;   sale   price    10c
One lot cambric edgings and insertions. Regular values 20c to 30c;
sale  price    15c
Two Special Snaps in
Flannelettes and Ging
hams:
1st lot,  9c per yard
Com] rising    colored    wrapperette
striped English flannelettes and color
ed  prints and    ginghams.    Many    ol
these patterns are suitable for wrappers and blouses, others are most s
propriate for  quilt  coverings.    Regu
lar valius 12%C to 25c; sale price, |"
yard    9c
2nd lot, 15c per yard
Twenty-five  pieces of    fancy    and
striped Kngllsh flannelettes, heavy
weights. Regular prices 20c to 30c;
sale price    ' 15c
Ladies' $2.00 Handbags, Now 50c
One lot    or purses,    and    handbags, In all sizes.    Regular prices 75c to $2.00; sale price, each . ...50c
Fancy Collars, etc., Regular $2.50; Now 50c
One lot  of ladies' fancy collars, lace fronts and silk belts. Regular prices 75-c to $2.50; sale price ..50c
$1.50 Back Combs, Now 10c
One. lot of hack combs, fancy pins, hair pins, hair clasps, side combs.    Regular values 15c    to   $1.50;
sale price, each _ -)pc
Excellent Glove Values, regular 35c and 40c; Now 25c
Ten dozen kid. wool and cashmere gloves for ladles and children;  all colors and sizes.    Regular values
;',5c to 110c;  sale price, per pair  25c
Special values in dress g lods at  25c. 35c and 50c per yard.
Twenty-live  to  fifty  per cent,  reductions on  all remnants.
W.S.Collister&Co

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