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 r/iiite, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
nf.W WESTMINSTER, B. C
White, Shiles & Co
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;!'-V,'  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY   MORNING,  JANUARY   6.   1908
"
WARD SUPPORTERS
ARE NOW ORGANIZED
May yueen and Her Many
Subjects Will Work for
Sweet Charity.
/f  TEN  CENTS PER  WEEK.
���iS ���c,r "���B_ ARE YOUR SENTIMENTS,   �� ����r   ��� ���vk
JAPANESE RISING . .....      c    T    ' DRAW BIG CROWDS   WEIE KNOWN FIGURE
WILL KtSrtll InEM
Many Nipponese Gather in
Vancouver-No Cheek Has
Reached Injured firemen.
'Asa Gordon, K. C, Assisted Capt.  William Rogers Sue-
Sir Wilfrid Laurier  Flatly  Denies Hav.ng Declared That     b-v His Wife'   Commences \    cumbs to Heart Failure-
pift<. mg girls met at the home l
(1.  Mrs, C. A.   Welsh on  Saturday  to
mmfttee for the raising of a!
I Hil   to  equip   a   children's   ward   in
... j .   Columbian hospital,   it had
��� ��� n  intend d  to organize
��� ; lary, but for a number of rea-
. ... ���      was modified and a commit-
���.    ied with Miss Tidy, the reign-
Q ieen, as convenor.     The
bi  committee undertake
i.  ;  to collect donations
of linen or money for the furnishing
ward, the money to be used for
;;,,. ,,.!.. ise of cots which will neces-
,;,::!, , atall tlie heaviest expense. The :
. rs will  be supplied with    sm:ill
donation  boohs and  badges and  will
meet on the first Saturday   of   each
month at the home of one of the mem-
i! ��� re will be no charge    for
Joining the committee, nothing being
tcept  that  the girls sj de- ���
siring to join    shall    undertake    to
��� donations until May Day. when'
th'1 pro eeda  will  be turned over    to
in    a cheque.    The    next
. ill be held on Saturday the.
lOrh Inst, ai the home of Miss Helen
Walker,  sixth  stnet,  to receive    re-
��� il ��� ollectloni.
Mrs   Welsh, in order to  stimulate
���   girls  to  their   task,   has offered
an i>..       ���    prize to the girl who col-
most for the fund,
immiltee lias also undertaken
. a concert on behalf of the'
fund    .i    committee,   consisting   of
Mlssea Tidy,  Mark,  Florence    Curtis
i   V\ Intemute being appointed
Ihe necessary arrangements.
The project of furnishing a   child-
nose from e.  suggestion
esenl   May Queen, Miss Tidy,
lunalize her reign by some
bing act.    Miss Tidy hit upon thi Idea of furnishing a ward, there
a large number of children at
ent in the hospital whom lack of!
accon mo I Ltlon has forced the manage- j
nunt  to pul   in among the aged and ;
patients,    The undertaking Includes the supplying and  fitting   of
twelve  mus,   subscriptions  for  which,
work will be taken until the close of
Miss Tidy's  reign:  it   is  also  hoped;
that future May Queens will continue \
thi' good work.   A suggestion has also
been made that ex-queen's be asked to
assist in forwarding the work move-j
mem and those now resident outside,
the city   will   in   all   probability    be
written to.
The girls present at the meet'ng on
Saturday wore Misses Tidy, Myrtle
Mark. Katie Goulet, Dorothy Relchen-
bach, Ida Hardman, Bella Hood, Flor-
ence Curtis, Evelyn Cunningham,
With Curtis. Jessie Gonlet, Ruth
Wins.mute, Lena Nelson, Muriel Cunningham and Helen Walker. Many
others have expressed ,a wish to Join
and will be present at the next meeting.
A reporl waa current in the city yesterday that vigorous endeavors  wer
being made to incite   another   anti-
Asiatic riot   in Vancouver.   Ii    was
said t'.iat clandestine meetings   weri
Being held  in   the  Terminal   (Jit,   for
tlu-  purpose nf Inflaming  those  who
are ever ready .and eager for trou
Not  only  are  the  whites active,   but
the Japs are Known to be concent ruling in Vancouver from outlying ;,. n
ready to repel any attack.
In reply to the queries of a N w-
man, who telephoned to the hospital
at Vancouver last night, one of tie
nurses stated that the two firemen,
Frost and Anderson, who Bi vere
ly slashed by Japanese on New Years
Day, were doing well, but would be
some time ln the hospital, a gre i
deal of feeling has been arouse l In
this matter, not only in the city
where it occurred, but in this city and
all through the province. The subj >CI
is one of the most discussed on the
streets and wherever men congregate,
and had it been that one ol these men ;
had succumbed to his Injuries, there i
is no doubt that that feeling would
have been trebly intensified. A report
from Vancouver states that th l Japanese have recognized that a mistake
has been made and are endeavoring
to make amends to <at least some ex- '<
tent, On Friday M. Kai uragl, Japanese Methodist minister, collect d
from a few of bis countrymen $iuu
and the price of a beautiful bouquet
to !h> sent to the injured men with a
letter expressing deep regret for the
occurrence. The letter speaks in high
terms of the city firemen and the care
they have always shown in the per
formance of their duties In every pari
of the city, and they promise thai i;
it can be shown that the injuries were
indicted by Japanese, they will endeavor with zeal and vigor to punish
the guilty parties and bring them to
justice.
Enquiry at. the hospital yesterday
elicited the statement that so tar as
the nurses knew, neither bouquet nor
money had been received by the injured men.
HALIBUT FISHERMEN
GET UNIFORM PAY
Men Will Receive One Cent
Per Pound for All Fish
Caught in Future.
Harden  Appeals.
,!";'��. Jan,  5.��� Maxmlllen  Harden,
*bo was yesterday  found guilty   of
Count Ktiuo von Moltke, and
'''���'"'"'I   to  four   months'   imprison-,
has appealed to    the    supreme j
",; ' ": the empire on the ground that j
">v was Illegally excluded from |
"'"  bearing,  and  on    several    other]
technicalities.
SEPARATION
INTERESTS ALL PARIS
Paris, Jan. 6.���The "Temps" has be-
-oi the publication of a most inter-
' "ll- series of opinions from distinguished prelates and savants en-
Raged in ,he critical and historical
��udy   of  religion,   regarding  the  ef-
"'" or the separation of church nnd
|'"" in  countries like France    upon
�����    religious    life   of   the    people.
scholars of all countries and creeds,
���''""'ing   the   Roman   Catholic,   Pro-
",:"". Israelite and Greek Orthodox,
'UU' ' �� invited to contribute brief
articles,
,h" "Tenips" assumes that, separa-
,';.:" ;nv,1,v"s the    upsetting    of   the
""""' of religion, as matter of in
Tlie new scale of pay for halibut
fishermen, whloh went into effect, on
January 1, gives the men one cent a
pound for all halibut caught, large or
small. The fishermen have been receiving a cent a pouud lor large halibut and hall a cent a pound for small
lialibut.
The agreement was made al b conference between Secretary Kd. Itosen-
berg, of the United Fishermen and the
managers of the New England Fish
Co., and the Canadian Fish Co. The
uwo companies .concerned operate ftye
halibut   sU'iunCrs    out    Of  Vancouver,
and employ  180 men.
The Halibut Fishermen's union has
500 members employed on boat a out of
Vancouver, Taconia and Seattle and
the advantage of the new scheme Is
that It does away with the danger of
strikes or lockouts, as all the fishermen of this region now receive the
same pay.
He Did Not Care for Sentiments of the People
of   British Columbia.
Evangelistic Campaign. Funeral Largely Attended.
& dng greedily upon a colored piece of  liolitical  Intelligence,  wired
y a   Conservative  correspondent,  and   purporting to  be an  extract
from    speech delivered by Sir WflttM Laurier early  in the month of  l><
cem i     the Hon.  Richard  McBride, premier of the  province   of    British
''' pandered   to the anti-Liberal  taste of the  Conservative element
���ity in a speech delivered in Cunningham hall on December 20 be-
for<   thi   Young Conservative club, in the course of which he cast   aspex-
 i the character of Sir Wilfrid Laurier, insinuating in that he had
n   -   lltj   nf treachery  to  platform,  party  and  province.
Ha.,ling upon the phrase attributed to the premier of Canada, "I ,do not
<   .���   for your sentiments."  Mr.  McBride dwelt  long  and lustily ujion    the
'.���en's avenue Methodist church! Flags throughout the city an.l on
was tilled on Sunday morning and \ the vessels along the waterfront drop-
chalrs bad to be used In the evening ped at half mast yesterday and Satin-
to accommodate the numbei i who day in deference to the memory of
came to hear Asa Gordon, K. C, of 1 the late Captain William Rogers, bar-
01      tbe  well   known    evangelist,   bor master of the port of New West-
and Mr.-. Gordon, in the opening serin   the  union   evangelistic   ser-
���..'���'     to  be held during  this month.
In  ; ie  morning  Mrs.  Gordon  gave  a
minster. The funeral took place at
noon yesterday from the Third street
residence of William Rogers, son of
the deceased.    The late captain  was
���  iri tenslble action  he had committed  in voicing
-  Of condemnation  were too strong to be hurl-
Li lerals.   The finger of scorn was pointed   in   their
wa - heinous.
. Idress   on    the    subject    of   very   widely   known   and    highly     re-
!'' rsonal   Responsibility"   from   the  spected, so the attendance of mourn-
t' \;     Lord, what  wilt Thou have me   ers and friends was one of the largest
do '.'"    Mrs. Gordon is a pleasing and , in the recent history of the city. The
up   Premier   McBrlde's
Tory newspapers throughout the province too
reference to the supposed quotation from Sir Wilfrid's speech, dwelling
ivingly upon the solicitude of the man who could stand before an audienc-
and in reply to a, challenge to make known bis share in the Bowser bill
abortion could only say, "Look at my record. Am I the sort of man that
would do what my opponent- would lay at my door?"
In the course of his hour an.l twenty minute speech, Premier McBride
repeatedly harked back at the ex;,res nan attributed to Premier Laurier���
"I do not care for your sentiments."
At the time he was besmirching the reputation of the a'.lest statesman
in the land, Premier McBride did not believe Laurier had ever mad > use
of that expression.
"We can make good capital out of that, but we must make it now, because before long the error will be rectified. Laurier is too clever a statesman to make such  a  senseless statement."
As anticipated by the Hon. Richard McBride, the local Conservative
nominee, and the majority of the Tory supporters In 'bis city, the lie has
been nailed, the garbled account of the premier's speech has been corrected.
li has been branded as falsa over thi signature of the prime minister
of the federal government. Its utter falsity may be substantiated by a
reference to Hansard, page 61, in which a speech by the premier, 1 aling
with   the  same question is  reported fully and correctly.
The attention of the editor of the Columbian, of the editorial writer of
the Colonist, and of the Hon. Richard McBride, is called to tbe following
letter, dictated and signed by Sir WUfrld   Laurier:
PRIME   MINrSTEIl'S  OFFICE
Ottawa. December 30, 1907.
hear Sir,���
My attention has just been drawn to an editorial in the Victoria Colonist
of December IS, and a statement made by the Hon. Richard McBride ln a
Bpeech to the Young Conservative club, of New Westminster, and reported
[In the Columbian of the 21st inst., both referring to certain words said to
have been uttered by me at a public meeting in Ottawa, on December 3.
In discussing the views and sentiments of the people of British Columbia, in regard to Oriental immigration. I am quoted as saying: "You have
your views on this question. You are hostile to the immigration of the
Oriental races. I do not care for your sent merits, and I believe you are
making a mistake."
Had the editor of the Colonist, and Mr. McBride. gone farther, and
quoted the words immediately following: "But these are your sentiments
and I am bound to respect them," it would have at once been apparent
that 1 was misquoted, and that the words which were actually used by
me were:   "I do not share in your sentiments."
I would also refer to my speech in the House of Commons delivered
the day immediately preceding (see Revised Hansard, page 61): "The people of British Columbia have certain views upon this question, I would not
be honest with myself or with them were I to say I share those views, but
whilst I do not share them I am bound to respect them. We are bound to
see that the views of all people ln a free country like this are given respect to."
Yours respectfully,
WILFRID LAURIER.
Editor, Daily News,
New Westminster, B. C.
this    expression.    No
1 at Laurier and    the j convincing speaker and left a  favor-
direction,  their  crime   able   impression   with   her   audience.
Her soles were listened to with pleasure,  being self  accompanied   on    an
autoharp.
remains were interred in the new Odd
Fellows' cemetery, Rev. J. S. Henderson conducting the service. The pall
bearers were Messrs. J. S. Clute, W.
H. Keary, Angus JVlunn, T. A. Muir,
In the afternoon a mass meeting of! William Preston and Captain Acker-
Sunday school scholar.; was held    in   man.
the church, and Mrs. Gordon won the '< Captain Rogers' demise came early
hearts of her little heart rs by her : on Saturday morning from heart fall-
pi asant manner and eager appeal. , ure and was totally unexpected. On
Mr. Gordon spoke during the evening ; Friday evening the captain was
from.the text "Prepare to meet your around, apparently hale and hearty as
Lord." His style is original and , ever; a few hours later and his son,
scarcely that of a professional preach- aroused by a noise in his father's
er, but h.'s solemn message was at-j room, ran in to find him lying on his
tentlvely listened to. bed, unconscious and tying.
This    morning    at.    10:30,    cottage :     Captain  Rogers  was   born   at     St.
prayer meetings will be held in the
a une of Jo^in Reid. Agnes street.
Daniel Welsh,' Eleventh street, C. J.
Robson, St. George street, and A, P.
Halliday, Eighth street.   These meet-
Stephens, N. B., on May 10, 1S30, and
was thus 77 years of age when he
died. From his youth he decided on
a maritime life and at 23 years of age
made his first trip around the Horn,
i:.gs will last for three-quarters of an   after a number of years spent as ap-
hour   each.     In   the   afternoon.     Mrs
Cordon commences .a series   of bible
prentice   visiting   many  of   the   ports
of the world.   He reached San Fran-
tings in the league rooms and in cisco in the sailing barque Antelope in
the evening service will be held, com- 1853, where he remained for five years
niencing at 8 o'clock. Tomorrow night   on  shore, seeking an elusive  fortune
Mrs. Gordon will tell the story of how
Bhi   was converted.
DAWSON IS ASKING
Tin
HOBO GIVES AWAY
TIE TRAVELLERS' CODE
BRITAIN OBJECTS TO
PROTEST OF JAPAN
in gold mining.    That year he visited
Victoria in the Lucy   Hale and after
_  I another prolonged shore residence in
California     returned     to     Canadian
His  Holiness   Is   Not   III. wflters ,u ls?5> tak)ng ^^ of a U]g
Rome. Jan. 5.���The rumors of the UOat owned by his 'brother, Jeremiah
illness of the pope are unfounded as Rogers. Five years later his brother
it is known that yesterday he received died and Captain William Rogers
Archbishop Rimdan, of San Francisco, started in business on his own fbehalf.
and gave an audience to Baron von He purchased a quantity of property
Rotenheff, who held his letters of re- m Nanaimo and speedily made his
call as minister to the Holy See from name ag one 0f the most valuable men
Russia. on the coast.   He had charge, at vari
ous times, of the boats Alda, Duns-
nmir and City of Nanaimo. In 1900,
after some ftfty-flve years of active
work, the captain retired from the
Dli"   iDDDADDIATIAU  water- tak'n6 UP hlB residence ln this
diu Ai i lull RIAI lUlicity' Four ye,ars ago he recsived the
appointment of  harbor  master,   suc-
ceeding J.  Reichenbach.    For    some
I Board of  Trade Points to | ^ the captain had bee* subject to
, attacks of the heart and had on more
Need   Of   Assistance   To-  than one occasion stated that he did
I    wards A   Y   P   Exhibit >not expect t0 see the wlnter throueh
Wd,ru&   n..   i.   r.   iu\uimi.      The ,eadlng mourner8' carriages at
  ,the funeral were filled by the many
relatives of the deceased. He leaves
to mourn his loss two sons, both of
New Westminster, William Rogers,
chief engineer on the dredge King
Edward, and Captain J. W. Rogers.
Captain L. Rogers and Captain O. H.
P. Rogers are nephews of the deceased and Mrs. S. Manahun. Miss E.
' Rogers, principal of the gins' school,
and Miss Annie Rogers, are nieces.
Tired of liberty and its attendant
worries in the way of providing food
and shelter tor himself In these days
Of financial stress and winter weather,
a colored person accosted City Detective   Bradshaw  on   the  street    on
Peking,  Jan.  j.���Great Britain  lias
[taken exception to   Japan's    prottst
I against China extending the Hsinin.u-
tiiu railroad northward, the contract position   can
Dawson, Jan. 5.���The Dawson board
j of trade last night unanimously adopt-
! ed   resolutions   advising and    urging
Governoi      Henderson,     Dr.     Alfred
! Thompson,    member   of   parliament:
Hon. Sidney Fisher, minister of agriculture, who has charge of the Dominion  government's  preparations    for
the fair, and other Ottawa ministers,
the necessity of a lurge cash aypro
priutlon  being set aside    early     IhiS
year, so that a collection for an   exhibit for the Ajaska-Yukon-Paclflc ex-
e    begun    early   this
for the partial construction of which  Bprlng, and be completed by fall.
Daniel     Mathewson     and    Charles
Setllemelr,   members of  the advisory
CANNIBALS ATTACK
CONGO SURVEYORS
dividual
conscience,  and   leaves    the
. "" "ntetterea by the   moral   doc-
n���� of the church,    it  asks  what
a mnk regarding this principle.
PLANNING MODEL CITY
FOR BOYS AND YOUTHS
North Yakima, Jan. 5.-Dr. Leonard
W. Snyder, known throughout the
United States as the "Iboy's minister,"
Is visiting North Yakima with a view-
to establishing near here one of his
"model cities for boys," which have
proved so great a success In different
parts of the union. He is addressing
various meetings of boys during his
sojourn here, and there Is considerable interest taken in his work.
Dr. Snyder says that the object of
his work is to minister to all boys,
rich or poor, and to point them toward the highest Ideals of manhood
and citizenship.
rs beeu giveu to a British linn
The protest of Baron Hayashi, Jap
Saturday ami asked for a lodging ln'auese minister to China, against   the ^^r,} f,f directors for the Yukon, ex-
,,'     loclun     Nothing  loth to  acconi- i ^tens.on of the railroad gives as    a pla|ned promises of the fair made to
...     ...   th   : reason that a parullel line would In- date,  saying that Dr.  Alfred  Thomp-
modate, the police compiled witn jurlously affm Ule japane8e railway, W member of parliament, was given
request and today the weary one will  aud pronounces untenable Chinas re- assurances several  months ago    that
face the magistrate on a charg?   of joinder that the line would    not   loe ti,e Canadian government would grant
built nearer the Japanese line than Is $100,000 for buildings    and    exhibits,
ustomary ln foreign countries. and   urged   that collections  be  made
Japan's course is no longer consider- (nis 3llminer  as being the last during
ed a mere pretense by Great Britain, whi^h R rnn De ^ne before the open-
informing then, that he had seen the   ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^^      [m ^^ but |ng Qf ^ expog,tlon
Inside  of  nearly  every    prison    and fl vlolaUon of equa, ,.lg.hls seVerely af-,    Mathewson,      Settlemelr,      Stanley
lockup on the coast.   He also showed ^ ^ ,ntereBta-    The ,,itua-  Searee   j   T   Rosman and J. E. Lilly ,
that he was well acquainted with a 1 ^       g^^ ha8 dlverted at.en-; were   appoIntert   a  committee to call  ^ W'��- one "//J* ��Ty" ���P^ *
the signs  that comprise  the hobos u<jn from      ��� negotllUoM   betweenLpon Oovernof'Henderson to UTge lm. sharp fight, in which 125 natives were
travelling cmle, incidentally supplying CWna and Qreat Brlta,n    concerning  mediate action   to  obtain   appropria     "     "" """ " """
the patrolling of the west river    by  tlons. ...        .,,��,>���       ��� ���i,<���
��� ... .           "-.i         ...     .������.ipfiiivi sat Empertorki before the attacking
British gunboats,    which    practically.   ���
has been dropped for the present.
vagrancy.
This tired traveller proved very en-   (;
ten,lining to the members of the force,
Washington, Jan. 4.���Ai undant material for a graphic account of Congo
Free State exploitations Is being furnished by a band of American scientists,, now traversing the Congo making a geological and scientific survey
of the rubber and mineral concessions
granted by King Leopold to Ryan and
Guggenheim ln this country.
Giant cannibals of great ferocity are
reported to be opposing the explorers.
Advices reaching tbe geological survey today from A. F. Smith, of Madi-
killed by the explorers and the squad
; of soldiers under command of Lleuten-
t,he police with much valuable In
formation. Yesterday afternoon another colored man visited the station,
and admitted that he was a travelling
companion of the former arrival and
had been ordered out of some of the
southern  cities.    He    was    Informed  this morning for t'he purpose of   ad- j tc the call.   The blaze was a. small j one-third of the Congo, and only to be
party withdrew.
Shortly after   3   o'clock    yesterday' i    Other battles are looked for by the
morning a fire alarm was rung in from | Americans before they   traverse   the
Dr.  Fagan  will  arrive in  the  city fo0X sjx an(j uoth stations responded j Immense concession, said to   Include
that the police would keep a watchful
eye on his movements and a suggestion was made that If he were wise h��
would hunt for new fields of usefulness. ���    i   ,
dressing the members of the local j one, resulting in the gutting of a few j reached after a journey through hun-
branch of the Anti-1 ii'ier. u'.o -Is so- J outbuildings on Royal avenue. No. 2 dreds of miles of jungle never ex-
ciety. The meeting will take place in hall was left to cope with the fire and j plored by white men. Smith aays four
the' lioard of trade room, commencing easily handled it with one line of distinct exploring parties are in the
at 2:30 o'clock nose.   The damage Is very slight       j field,
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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY,   JAN. 6.  1903
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W^TCH^E^HL    ALCHEMISTS OE OLD
; -^COOD PAKffiG
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
Columbia
St.,
ster,
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
��-   WERE RIGHT AFTER ALL
1, PREttlcR
TRLA5URE   ���    ,.     T~ ��� I
��tei Dium Startling Statement Reerard-
;TELLfWlCC      .     ��� ��
mg lransmuta.ion oi Metals Made bv Savant.
Chicago, Jan.").���That the changing
of elemental metals into on:? another
is now  possible, was    the    startling
Claim  made  yesterday   by     Profl r
Jierbert McCoy, of the University   of
Chicago, at the final meeting of   the
American    Association    for    the    Ad-
! vancement of Science.    The    ancient
. dream   of   the  separation  ot   the  ele-
: ments.   which  antedates    the    whole
i science of chemistry, is being fulfilled
] by the process of nature and the ef-
| feet of radium emanation, it is alleged
by the chemist, who read a paper on
"The    Inter-Relatlons   of    the    El-e^
ments."
The new theory is based on original
investigations into the nature of the
atom, and the experiments are believed to shatter many famous scientific hypotheses..
In support of his statement that
the elements can no long ir be considered immutable, and that matter
is Of but one primitive Sort, subject
to changes, Profes30T McCoy told of
th production Of different metals
from elements in his own laboratory.
The presence of radio-active conditions in the atoms is held to lie responsible for the change. The chemists of the Middle Ages then, were
wrong only in attempting to di.-.-
Integrate the atoms by chemical prt -
cesses such as were then known, according to Professor McCoy.
Tbe discovery of radium is an important link in tba theory, and the
radio-active changes in nature give
the best examples of separation of
elements. The study of radium is
likely to prove a complete solution of
the problem of transmutation, now
all but cleared, declares the professor.
New   Westmin-
B.   C.
RUGBY  BOYS LOSE OUT  IN
GAME AGAINST WANDERERS
Mail Service
Dispatched by C. P.  R. train at 8:35
a. m.; close S a. m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Huntingdon,
daily.
Millside  No.   1,   dally   except Sunday;   Sapperton   No.   l,   daily  except
Sunday.    Mails Received at 6'.ad p.m.
Dispatched  by  B. C. Electric railway
Co., 7:45 a. tru:
Vancouver, No.  1,  dailyexcept Sun
days.   Return rnxU received 9 a. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
Cloverdale, Nlcomekl, Port Kelis,
Hazelmere, Hall's Prairie, Bon Accord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, also all
points in en Stern states), daily except Sunday. Return mails leceiveJ
at 3:30 p, m.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays;
Tynehead, Wednesdays and Sa'ip--
days. Return mall received Monday!
nnd Fridays,
Dispatched by B. C. Electric railway
10:30 a. in.-.
Vancouver No. 2;   Victoria!, No, 1;
'Central    Park,    dally    except   Sunday
Return mall received al i p, m
Dispatched by carrier,  -.:;:; p, in.:
ivist   Ilurnaby,  daily  except  Sunday
(Return mails received :.< 1:1(1 p. m.
.Dispatched by carrier 1 "J��� no noon:
Tlruberlaud, Tuesaays and Fridays.
Return malls received Tuesdays ano
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. boat 1:30 p.m.
daily (closes daily at the same
time during wlnter mouths:
Ladner, Westham Island. Port
Gulchon, Steveston, Suubury. d-U'v
except Sunday. Return mails received from '.) a. m. to 11 a. m. .
Woodward's, Wednesday and Saturday. Return mail on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, No. IS; Victoria, No. 2.
and Burnaby Lake; closes at 3:30 p.
m.; daily execept Sunday. Return
mails received at G p. m.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    ai
1 p. m.
Dispatched by O.N. Fyler. 4 o. m.:
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.   Return mall 11 p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train at 3:15 p.
m., mail closes at 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C.
P. R. east, second mall). Return mall
received at 1 p. m.
Sapperton, No. 2; Millside, No. 2;
Coquitlam, dally except Sunday. Return mail received at l p. m.
. .The Vancouver Wanderers vis ted
j the city on Saturday and met the
I local knights of the rugby ground on
j Moody Square. When the viators
��� boarded the car for home, they car-
; ried with them the memory of a tally
1 of i::-r> in their favor. They proved
I themselves too much for the locals,
, who were not in the best, of condition,
jibut still found that they did not fcave
! everything their own  way.
Up to half time neither side had
scored a point, but. In the second
quarter Watson, New Westminster's
full back, secured a touch-down by a
piece of brilliant grand stand play.
Stopping a hot attack on the Westminster quarter, he cleared with a
good drop kick, and, following up his
kick, he again secured the ball and l'iy
a brilliant, run succeeded la touching
down behind the goal, the touch-down
was converted and Westminster secured its first and only score. The
Vancouver boys then got down to
work, and Bellyea shortly after placed
a pretty goal from the field. Vancouver then secured two tries, but
failed to convert either.
For cut flowers, nouuuets or funeral designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, B. 208- ���������
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water Fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A "77
Front St. New Westminster
PRINTING
Have your pointing done ln
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
Daily Nevs Block.      Phone 363
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62 & 64 Hastings St. West, Vancouver, 0. [.
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��   All   orders   promptly   executed",  carefully picked free of charge.
ADVERTISEMENTS  IN
The
Daily
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BRING  BIG  RETURNS
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i'oute
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,
���xpress    .ind    freight    connect    with
Plages at Careross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Koi   information apply to ,
I,   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Managei.
Vancouver. R. C
NOTICE
Trains & Steamers
11
10:
C.P.R.   MAIN  LINE.
Leave .New Westminster $::;;
1.": 15,  17:20,  IS:40.
Arrive    New    Westminster
\i: 15, IB; 80, 18:25, 19:35.
Overland   express   arrives    12:45
Leaves 15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N, W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.iu
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
New  Westminster   Land   District
District of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that C, W. Proston,
of Seattle, occupation Broker, Intends
to apply for permission to purchase
Hie following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted a*
the southeast corner of tot 1020.
thence west 20 chains to the east
boundary of T. L. No. 11731. tasnee
south 80 chains, thence cast to Shore,
thence north along the shore to the
point of commencement.
CHAS. W. PRESTON
Dated Dec. 14. 1907.
"The Milwaukee"
'The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
i No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
ind dining cars on alll their trains and
s;ive their patrons an excellence of
service  not obtainable elsttwhrre.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent
i <m Third St.   rot  Aider   Portland   Or
V., W. &  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and 4 p.m.
G. N, R.���PORT GTilCHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.rn-,
arrive (iuichon 6 p.m.
Leave Gulchon 6 a m , arrive New
New Westminster 8:30 a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays-
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.60, 6.50. 1
��nd 8 a. in., and every halt hour thereafter till V p. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
tame hours
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If YOU Need  Anything.
HILL & GAUVREAU
Consulting Civil and Mining
Engineers, B. C. Land Surveyors and
Draughtsmen
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A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES:
WILL BE GIVEN AWAY!
THIS  ELEGANT   L1BRA1U' INCLUDING   125    VOLUMES   AND 4
HANDSOME   CASE   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE TO THE LODGE,  J
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL IN NEW WESTMINSTER SECURING THE LARGEST NUMBER OF VOTES IN THE FOLLOWING  MANNER:
The  merchants listed  below will  give   with   each 10c   cash   pur-
and  will  c'.03e    Jan. 23rJ
whe
chase one vote.
The  contest  began   Aug.  23 rd,  1901
190S, 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 Uidge, Society, Church or School
having received the largest number of votes will be awarded the
library.
Current  accounts   when  promptly paid are entitled to votes.
Remember, votes can be secured by trading with the firms listed below.
Library  is ou  exhibition  at W.  E. Pales'  furniture store.
D. S. Curtis will count the votes. m
W.   E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
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
D.   S.
CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End  Grocery
THE   DAILY   NEWS   PUB.  CO
Daily and  Weekly   News
MOREY  &.  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00 "?,
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A   ,eu
eral Banking Business Transacte-d. *
Letters of Credit issued, available wltL correspondents ln all  uartH of i!>-
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 1168,000.000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. G. D.  BRYMNER.  Manw
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  16.
O.  E.  Gilley���Tel.  291
Gilley Bros., Ltd.
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL    DEALERS  IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pot
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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Here is your chance to start the new year right, by buying a live
roomed cottage on Third street for $900, $250 cash, balance $15 per
month.
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New Westminster, B C.
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. <)
Box 545.
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS M0NDAY.   JAN.
6.   1903.
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Phone  101
REICHENBACH
COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
Columbia Street
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CARDINALS COLLAPSE
BEFORE VICTORIA BOYS
Condensed
Advertisements
WA NT ED- BY
woman washln
Follow direction 5
with Sunlight ?oap and know how perfectly a pure soap
can clean simply because it IS pure and contains nothing
that will injure the finest fabric. 2
Use It Ir.
The
Sunlight Way
MIDDLE AGED
ng or cleaning by
Gets Short ,!l'' li:i>" A|';,l-S v,h Avi'-an;l ~th sirefcl-
Stanford Team
End of 12--4 Score on Sat- TXtant
urday Afternoon.
ED   Vdi Ni; l.Miv BOARD-
er,   private   family.     Apply   P.
0. Box 873.
; f ive Cents A Bar
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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.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satistiod Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED \ TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW--I)ON"T DELAY.
I
OF
m.u Westminster Branch,
F. B. LYLE,   Mgr.
j Men 's
Underwear
THE Oi-
Odd lines in plain and striped
goods; our usual good values,
75c and $1 the garment. To
clear
The good housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" tecause it does iv-
work better, faster and easier than
any other.
50c
CALL AND   INSPECT.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
each
See our west window.
Limited
FOR CASH...
Dinner Sets
We will sell
all our
��� ���  sets, regular price 120.00, for $15.76 '
97-plece sets, regular price $16,50, for $13.50
97-plece sets, regular price $14.00, for $11-25 ,
P'eci sets, regular price $18.50, for *1��-75
glass butter dishes, regular price   2r,c. to 85c, for  20c  i
All  China at  Reduced  Prices.
I
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
Vi ������ rla   Jaa. 4.���Before   a   crowd
numbering 1000,  Victoria's rugby  tif-
'������������ a   1< feated the University of Stan-
fo   .   ���   m at Oak Bay this afternoon
- sore 12 points to 3.    Vii I iri
: the Cardinal's line four times
It was a grand exhibition and Victorians were delighted with thi? work
of thi li team. Every man played in
One f irm
TlTAVl'K,
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20x40.
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:i)    STORE    HI    <i
Good   location.    Apply
Daily  .News.
FOOT N D���A    S I.' M OF MONEY
Owner can have same by proving
property and paying for this advert
nient.  Apply   W6 Sixth street.
LOST-- WATCH AND FOI',  IN  Ti.l
wash-room of the Windsor Hotel.
The play was fast through-  Reward will be paid for n nun of same
out, Victoria being on the aggressive.   ! ��� Hotel office.
The  home club's  forwards were  fast
and outplayed the Cardlnala. The
home team's back division pulled off
a Bpectacular bit of work early in the
first half.
F
lull SALE���BEST CORDWOOD
tt $6.00 a cord, delivered, T.
H. Foster, General delivery. New
Westminster.
Slight Shock In Jamaica.
Kingston, Ja., 5.���An earthqu ike of
moderate  intensity occurred    in    Jamaica  on   the  morning of January  2.
It  was one of the many slight shocks
that have (teen experienced during the
past few months.   It was felt here and ���
gem: ally throughout the island.   The!
government seismologist declared to-;
���day that no damage had been done at [
Brownstown,   Stewarttown   or   else-
where,   and   that  there  had   been   n"
loss of life.
G'
IRL WANTED    IN     FAMILY   OF
two.  Apply Orat house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING
Bchnul wants Work with good family in return for room and board,
Apply Box 545, city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
S. Matstuhura, P. O. Box 2HG, city.
Winnipeg Police Inquiry.
POSITION WANTED
���*��� lag housekeeper;
Apply at  News office.
AS   WORK-
go d    cook.
Winnipeg, Jan. 5.���There will be an T AKGE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
effort made at the council meetings on ; -Li after .Ir.ntiary.lst. Corner 4th
Monday evening to secure a general j Ave. and 6th street. All conveniences.
investigation into the workings of the ; 	
Winnipeg police department.
L
Double Screened Nut
Clean
Comfortable
No
Clogged
Stove-pipes
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra atove
4th Ave.
Belyea&Co.
Telephone 150
I
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OST���COLD PERSE WITH I.ET-
ter T on outside, containing
small sum of money. Notify this office
and  receive reward. ���
TTTANTE
""      roon
A. Ai -Killop
D���Girl
room   work.
mornings  fur  bed-
Apply  to  Airs.  C.
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ANTED���BED    SITTING   ROOA1
letter to  A.
Box   693.
C,    Daily   News,   P.   O.
II7ANTED��� YOUNG   LADY,
JUST
left school preferred, to take
care of office- Apply D. C, Daily
News office.
Y
TING JAPANESE BOY WANTS
situation as house boy; honest
and intelligent; speaks good English.
Address O. NISHI, P. O. Box 414,
New  Westminster.
W
ANTED���A NUMBER OF HRST
class laborers.    Apply to Qulg-
ley, mar Small & Buckiin's.
"COR SALE, GOOD DRY FIR, $5.03
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97. Prompt Delivery
--F0R-
The Canadian Bank of Commerce Tkig Week
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.
H.   E   WALKER.  President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General  Manager.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
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Issued at the following rates:
$6 and uuder   3 cents
Over $.'i and not exceeding $1"   t> cents
Over $10 and not exceeding $:n�� 10 cents
Over $:!0 and not exceeding $50 15 cents
These orders are PAYABLE  AT PAR at any office    in   Canada  of a
Chartered   Bank   (Yukon   excepted),  nnd at the principal banking points in   1
the United States.
Negotiable at ,i fixed rate at
THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF   COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent method of r '-mitting small sums of money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R DAVIDSON, Manager.
Abbot & Hyde, phone 321.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
ssFINCST AND  TASTESTg
ffiuifflai
18,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN l 14,100
H. Power I EMPRESS OP IRELAND J     TOM
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    PARES
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now is the time to purchase your
tickets if you are going to spend
Xtnas at home.
Empress    next    sailing    from    St.
John, February 7th.
For other dates and particulars,
apply to
ED.  GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCK
Pineapples, 3 tins for 25c
Selected Eastern Eggs,
30c per doz.
W hite Star Baking Powder, 15c per tin.
C- B. Marmalade, 2 lb.
tins 25c.
Salmon, 5c per tin.
Blue Ribbon Tea, 35c lb.
Jelly Powders, 3 packages
for 25c
Track Marks
Design*
Copyrights Ac.
Anyone Bending a nketen and description may
qutrkly iiaoertaln our opinion free whether an
Invention la prohal.ly i>>itentflh(e1_0'nirnunlea.
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ADVERTISE
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IN ���
NEWS
THE      DAILY
If YOU Want a Situation.
tinftimtrlctlyronflrientlal. HANDBOOK on Patent*
tent free. Olden agency for ���iwurtim\patente.
Fntente taken through Mufiu * Co. reoelre
tpitial notice, without charge, In the)
Scientific HtiKricam
A handsomely Ulnttrated weekly. Largart elr-
oulation '>t any ���ctentlrlo Journal. Tenni for
Canada, ti.1t a year, pontage prepaid. BoM by
all newadealere.
Opera House Bookings.
Juvenile   Bostonlans    Jans 13
Gorton's   Minstrels Jan. 15
Devil's  Auction   Jan. 21
We Are King   Jan. 2i
i Kerry  Gow    Feb. 2.">
, 'Phone 276      255 Front St.: Dream city    Mar. 2
_    , ,  ,, . ' Si3 in New York  April 1
|    Orders carefully made up The Burgomaster   April��
and delivered expeditiously, a college Boy May 27
KYLE'S
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TREASURES  VALUED
AT $GC.0CO ARE  STOLEN
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ON ALL
TOYS
C. A. McKlLLOP,
Phone 310-
SUCCESSOR TO R. C.'PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
J I     Paris, Jan. 5.���Breaking    into    the
��� museum al Amiena by climbing oa to
��� ' ���:.    r 1.:  and    lowering    Chemsi
��� ough a skylight, burglars stole    a
imber ol valuable pictures an 1 over
I 10 antique gold coins.    The loi
the  museum is estimated at $60,000.
Among 'li<- stolen pictures ire Van-
loo's  "Hefcule el Omphale,"  Fragon-
ard's   "Jeune Femme Mettant sa Jar-
retiere," two canvases by Pragnoard,'
jr., and two by Boucher.
Only a few days ago the Rouen mu-
Beum was robbed. Other smaller
thefts have occurred, and the exposure of the crime syndicate in the
Thomas case appears to have kail no
effect in checking the operations of
art thieves in many part of France.
There's no reason why you
should buy "cheap" imported Salt.
WINDSOR SALT costs no
more ��� is absolutely pure ��� and
goes farther.    Get  WINDSOR.
193 W
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Comstocb organization thai exist t-Xoi
forty years without ever declaring a
strike, has organized the 'Industrial
I'nion of Nevada." ,
All the men now working    in    the
: local mines, numbering about tun. will
' join the new organization, which will
1 he recognized by the Mine Operators'
association.    By this organization the
mine   owners    hope    to    escape   the
charge that they are fighting organized labor.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
Offices, comer of Sixth aud Front
streets.  New  Westminster.   B.   C.
��.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
MONDAY, JAN. 6.  1008.
travel around bo open-mouthed as   to
say "he thinks the treaty  with Japan
'��� will be .abrogated '.'"
I'i isonal honor should have prevented BUch an offence against decorum.
It would have been indeed . ad enough
iif done by an Irresponsible school boy,
but when done by a minister of the
Crown it is liii|K)ssiliU: to make excuse.
! How different is the action of Japan's
ALL HOPE OF MOUNT ROYAL
IS  ALMOST  ABANDONED
rENCIING
Get Established
Buy
11 net a proiit of $500 o.   |
New House on Fifth avenue, 7
a home now that wfl	
just such a proposition.    New House on Kiftn avenue, 7 room,, ,���.
Two  lots each 06x132  feet.   You tan sell one of these lots
WE
$650.   All we ask
into it.
$2700 for this property.   Oood terms, too    Ln.
DOMINION TRUST
Ltd,
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCI
Portland, Me., Jan. 5.���Another hope
that the missing Canadian Pacific
steamer Mount Royal, with her 4Q0
passengers and crew might be towed
into port was disappointed on the arrival here yesterday of the Allan line
No trace of the
Work of All Kind*
Done by
H.  BROWNING
General Delivery,
N��W   WESTMINSTER,       -       B.
representative on  his journey  home-j steamer Hungarian       f^lf_
from Washington.    Pressmen of I Mount Royal was Been by the Hungar
A  PAINFUL SURPRISE.
When Premier McBride was here
ailrtssiiig the Voung Conservatives on
the 21st of December last he quoted
Sir Wilfrid Laurier as saying ln reference to British Columbia and Japanes ���
immigration, "You have your views on
this question. You are hostile to the
immigration of tbe Oriental races. I
do not care for your sentiments and I
believe you are making a  mistake."
Coming from the lips of a man holding the highest position within the gift  herald
ward
San Francisco sought an interview
with him, which was granted, and
while he readily talked on various subjects, he said, "but the emigration
question and other matter j of policy
between the two countries are for
statesmen and diplomats, and cannot,
be freely discussed in public." IL>
emphatically declined to discuss Vancouver race troubles and tlir- immigration question in general. Such a man
5s of the highest value to the nation
to which he gives allegiance, while
you cannot expect an open-mouthed
like   our  attorney-general    to
I
ian.   The
sage, due
sustained
Allan liner bad
to heavy head
no damage.
1 hard pas-
wlnds,  but
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
CHOICE BEEF
I Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
u
Big Fire in Pittsburg.
Pittsburg, Jan. 5.���The Renhhaw
building caught fire at 2:30 this morning and is now a mass of flames. The
building is occupied by the Renshaw
company, a grocery firm. Tb 1 Publication building, immediately :,ack of
it, is threatened. The probable loss
will be $100,000.
of the people of the province, we, with
others, accepted his reading as correct
without tlie slightest question. It is
a painful.and humiliating surprise to
find, /although we" know Premier McBride so well, that he put into Sir
Wilfrid's mouth words which conveyed a meaning lie never intended
and whieli lie did not utter and which
could not lie SO construed if Mr. McBride had read a little further, whicn
he apparently was careful not to do,
or he would have been discovered.
Now what was his purpose ? It
.could be none other than to poison
the minds of the young men gathered
there to least their eyes upon his imposing form, and .add zest lo their
hero-worship, it did not end there, it
was carefully nursed and passe 1 out
to the faithful press and spread broadcast ovor the province and made the
text, for articles denouncing the Right
yMou. sir Wilfrid Laurier, whose outspoken frankness, and statesmanlike
fearlessness, has endeared him to tlie
hearts of so many outside of those of
h:s own political faith.
What are we to expect of a man in '
public life, the chief adviser of the :
Crown's representative ln the prov-'
tnce, who wjltjsioop to do a thing of:
this kind. A-truckling ward politic.an I
is sometiiui.s excused for such lapsssl
in the heal of a political campaign,
but we bow our heads in shame when j
such thing* are done in the calm:
quietude of au address delivered for 1
the purpose Influencing the minds of
young men whose ideas are yet in
the formative stage. Will these young
men put their trust, politically or
otherwise, in a man capable of perpetrating such an offence against
' their intelligence, and will they not
now see that what I3 done ln this case
has possibly been done \\ i;11 respect
to other matters!
Reference to the letter received
I 1 day by the Ne�� - and published
tula;, shows clearly thai whal Sir Wilfrid Laurii r did say was. "1 il 1 no:
hare in your si ntlments, But these an
sentiments and 1 am tound t<
1 - l ihem." With the frankness of
tati Bman he git bs his personal
1 ...I,, ni la willing to bow to, am
7. la In duty bound to give effect to,
the views of Hi iso mosl Interested,
Ruskin has well said, "There are
:������ ime twilta ilight In the sight of love.
some errors Bllghl iii the estimate of
wisdom; but truth forgives no insult,
and endures no stain. Truth Is the
lirst principle of govenment, without
it ther ��� is no security."
accomplish very much, but rather to
defeat the will of those w-ho were led
to pin their faith to him on this
Oriental question.
Labor Leaders Go to Jail.
Helena, Mont.. Jan. 5.���Cutts, Shannon and Edwards, the labor leaders of
Butte who were sentenced to three
months in jail for contempt of court
for violating an injunction refraining
them from interference with the
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co..
began serving their terms today. Th >
plan for an appeal has been abandoned.
Foreign Coal Must Pay Duty.
Washington, Jan. 5.���In accordance
with .an opinion from the department
of justice the treasury department tonight notified the collector of customs
for the Puget sound and other Pacific
coast ports that foreign coal consigned
to Evans' battleship fleet must pay
regular tariff duties.
INDEPENDENT MINERS'
UNION  IS FORMED
Gold field, Nev. Jan. 5.���Thomas
O'Brien, former labor commissioner of
California during tne term of Governor
Markham, and one of the leaders In
the famous Ooldhill Miners' union, the
northeast   half of lor   2,   1.1 ���������     25,
New Westminster City.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 4085A, Issued In
the name of Emily Moore Dominy, has
been filed In this office.
Notice is hereby given that  I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in 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.
Pacific Meat
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question |
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached,  made by   :   :
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia St.       New Westminster
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To all our friends
A Happy New  Year
Moderately   Priced
MEN'S SHOES
ah
al*
i
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
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THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
With our best thanks for
your excellent patronage
in the year that is past we
wish you a
Very Happy New Year
6.001
6.50
J. Eugene Brown & Go. j
THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER.
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-TRY
Meadow Sweet
The Latest Perfume
 AT	
This Home of
priced Shoes for Men.
Good Shoes is very strong on its line of moderate
ANOTHER.
The despatches bring    us    another!
surprise when they tell how --.e Hon.
W. .1. Bowser, n minister of the Crown,
has had the indecency to discuss with
the  representative of B  newspaper in ������
A foreign hind a matter which is the!
subject of   debate   between    another I
great   nation   :mi   ourselves   an I   we 1
are 'auniili ilcd  by   such   a   grave  In-
discretion.   What would be thought of 1
a mlnisUr of any state in Europe who!
being alield  for a holiday  ln a  third
nation discussed with the press ques- i
t.ions under controversy ?    lie  would |
ibe very justly- reprimanded for giving1
offence  to the n itlon  with  whom his !
government was negotiating, and his |
resignation! .demanded.     What    estimate  tin  the   American   peopla  have
of  e.ir   r'. ;''"'T' v.Utive  men   who   thus
& ���     ��� _
PVJ Whether you may want a pair oi fine shoe- or a heavy working boot,
04    we can show you
Ql  The Best $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $3.00 Shoes on Earth jS
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YOUR SATISFACTION &
MEANS OUR SUCCESS
(NOTICE
JOHNSTON'S
Big  Shoe  House,  Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
New  Westminster   Land   District.
District of   New  Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford,
cTt Hammond, B. C, occupation lady,
j Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descried lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest corner of lot 1650 New
Westminster Land District', thence
north 20 chains more o^ess to the N.
W. corner, of said lot 1650, thence east
100 chains, thence south to the shore,
thence westerly along the shore, to
the point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. d. Ford, agent.
Dated Dec. 3. 1907.
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FRESH  FISH
Fresh TOM  CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh   HERRINGS
Fresh  LEN COD
Fresh HALIBUT
Fresh SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
8MOKED FISH
Smoked  SALMON
Smoked  HALIBUT
Smeked   KIPPERS
8moked BLOATERS
Smoked COD
-AT���
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
FOR QUICK RETURNS.
ROYAL
CITY FISH
Telephone 40.
CO. ���>nda Y,
JAN.
1SC3
TnE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE FIVE
I����**��hB
The Cash Stores
reat Clearano
This Great Stock-taking Sale has made business hum
all over the store.   We have thousands of
genuine money saving chances for you
now, as the prices have been cut
so low that people cannot
resist, but see that
you are here
first.
This   Is  Why!
Standard���A self sell-jstrei      All members are expi    ���
;;   c# cigars.        ** j be present, us it is the intention of
the promoters to make a good shi
on this their initial gathering.
f
$1 Dark Blouse for 50c
rorty-two left, in good
,, ��� ,.       as    navy    and    white,
��� | white, red and white,
pleated fronl an I Ibaek ami well
cut  .;     d .. le.   Sale price . ,50c
$4 Neck Furs for $1.95
Scarfs and Stoles, 50 beauties
| in black, brown, or white, satin
line<!. all new this season. Final
| clearance and the best sell first
ll     $1.95
$2.50 Wool Golfers
for $1.25
Bl . brown and fancy
cream; a few slightly sail d:
Borth $3 50; all on one quick
:��� tabll . t > clear at . .$1.25
$3.50 and $3.75
Blouses for $1.50
Silks, v< h -is, Bengaline
'ind lancy  embroi b ret   Luster:
an I   w'nlte   chi ck;    fine
���  ��� ry one made for the
b ason  s lling;   dozens
Of  them   bought   recently   at   a
fraction  of  their actual   value;
must   go   now���Bo   here's   your,
Sale price   $1.50
New Dress Ms
at half and less
One table of Remnants and
Dress Lengths up to 90c per
yard; clearing now al   .... 25c
One table containing 2.nub
yards, all wool Venetian.-, mixed Mohair-, imported Tweeds
and Cloths, ."4 in.. 50 In., and
45 In., dark colors; regular up
to 75c.   Sale price 39c
ices will be conducted :
i evening    In   the
0   ng<   . !
I
it" lui for cash on all China
at Ada D ans. **
.Ui .and il. Neville Smith re- '���
eeived om the stork   on New
fears Day, a little daughter arriving'
to gladden the . home.
To the man who enjoys a good din- i
ner;  :r.\  Kenny's. * |
A join   meeting of the'local 1. O. O.,
F.  lodges, Amity,  No.  27,  an I   Royal
City, No. 3, will be held this evening,!
���Ail- u the installation of officer.- for
1908 will take place.
City sui  eyors, under the direction
: Ah. SI       superintendent of waterworks, are      ing out a pipe line from
proposi i   reservoir past   Queen's
park.
Meet me al Kenny's ri stauranl for
suppei *
Rev, W. .1. Slpprell, principal of
Columbian college, is expected to re-
turn today from Los Angeles, where
he has been spending a stoorl holiday,
lie will be accompanied by Airs. Sip-
prell.
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Our Great Fifty-
Thousand-Dollar SALE
Now Going On
SEE   POSTERS   FOR   PRICES
A suggestion has been madi bj
soiiii- of the interested parties thai the
small debt contracted by the Rovers
Football cluj > during the present sea-
sou should be wiped ���out, popular subscriptions will most likely be solicited
for this purpose during the next few
days, 'riie amount owing by the club
is not large, and could be easily wiped
out by tiiis means. The small attendance at the games during the season
Is the reason assigned tor Che depletion of the club exchequer.
Three meetings of the city council
will lake place today, the first bding
the lin/il meeting of the !l��07 council,
which will be held at 11 a.m.. the second will be the first meeting of the
1908 council, when the elected aldermen and mayor will be sworn in. while
the third and business meeting la due
to commence at 8 o'clock tins evening,
when regular routine birsiiu as will be
transacted. A rumor that the aldermen intend Inaugurating the year's
work by commencing the first meeting
strictly on time has not been substantiated, and is not credited ln well informed circles. The departure would
ibe too radical
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium j
TEL.   73
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.
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SOAP
8 Bars for 25 Cents
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Dinner Sets at COSt at Adams and   SATURDAYS RESULTS
j Public Supply Stores j
\ Geo. Adams, Proprietor ;
Deans.   See their advertisement.
IN   iPORT   CIRCLES   *
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All Bed Comforters get
clearing out prices.
50 pes, Wrapperette
clearing at 10c yd.
All t;oo i colons, and neat pat-
; -:as.   s.ild   regularly   at   15c.
Sale price   10c yd
50 Damask Linen Cloths
Pure Linen 2'���, '���'' and 3\fa
yards long by 2 yards; values
up  to  $6.nil.     Sab-    price  $3.40
The Central school is expected   to
open today, the desks and other furniture have been placed in position anil
everything in readiness i xcepting the
! heating apparatus, which will take a
day  or  so  yet   before  being  put into
commission.
All   kinds  of    pot-plants    and    cut
I flowers at Tidy's.   Phone vA184.      **
Rugby Football.
At .New Westminster���
Wanderers, of Vancouver
Points.
13
At Victoria���
Association  Football.
(Interme Hate.)
12
Fifty Trimmed Hats and Velvet Shapes;
regular values $5 and $6; clearing at....
$2.50
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T. H.  SMITH
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X   1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
J.J. MAC KAY & CO.
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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New Bakery p. CRAKE
H.C. MARK &SONS
RAKERS and CONFECTIONERS
1 \ Tory���Cor.   Fourth   avenue  and
Second  street.
STORE���Sixth street, next Columbian
and near the Post Office.
Hive  you tried    our   home    nnde
"read, scones or cookies ?    Tue.,  are
choice, ���
Phone B359 will bring our delivery
r|W promptly,
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
F��mlly Trade a Specialty,
T*l. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.  B.  C.
English Watchmaker
Two  door*   from   Geo. Adam*, Grocut
Ladles' Gold Watches  from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
(ace, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
In your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A 339.
kDVERriHE IN THE DAILY NEWS
The wedding was celebrated on
January 1 at Salmon Ami of Rev. I".
1). McD. Kerr, B.D., late professor of
th Columbian college, of this city, to
Miss tbri rude Palmer, of Salmon
Arm. Rev. and Mrs. Iv rr left for
Berkeley, CaL, where they will in
future reside.
Do you want a new cottage on a
large lot, below market value? We
can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash
and balance easy. Abbott & Hyde,
next Guichon Hotel.
The installation of the officers of
the Rose of Columbfca lodge, Sons of
England, for the year l'JOS takes place
in Wednesday evening in the K. of P.
hall. A number of Vancouver brethren are expected to visit on this occasion. The evening will close wiui
a social program.
Have your meals at Kenny's today
; and if satisfied buy a 21 meal ticket
for t-t.OO. *
Work on the laying of the steel on
the V., V. & E. line south of the New
; Westminster bridge  commenced  last
week, about sixty men being employ-
, ed on this task.    The work ls being
done under the supervision of C. A.
Eddy,  engineer   for   the   construction
company.
The funeral of Mrs. Kelly, who died
al i tie Royal Columbian hospital on
Friday evening, took place yesterday
afternoon, the body being interred in
the Masonic cemetery. The service
was conducted by the Rev. F, A. Ma-
gee, of the West i nl Methodist
church, oil friends of the family acting as pall earers.
If M. c. Cigars are good enough tor
Christmas I e;  are good always,   **
A short ii i nil In the high power
Un< betwe .i Burnaby and Barnet on
Sui urdaj <^ nlng v. a, t'.i i me.ni> i [
plunging thi- city in darkness for
I about eight or ten minutes, Follow-
! Ing the usual method adopt id ln all
accident oases, the power was transmitted to New Westminster over the
Vaiicouver-liurrar.l Inlet line, '.hence
following the Burnaby Una into the
city. The break in the Barnet line
has not yet been located, but is not
supposed to be Of a serious nature.
The Increased sales on tlie "B. C."
and "Old Sport" cigars in 1907 over
190G are over 200,000. **
At the regular meeting of the Bartenders' union, held yesterday afternoon, the following officers were elected for the year 1908, their term of office to commence Immediately: President, H. Schofteld; vice-president,
George Holl; secretary, F. Howard;
chaplain, J. Jackson; treasurer, P.
Paulson; inspector, J, Hutchison;
trustees, J. Wood T. B. Jackson.
The first meeting of the Sewing Circle established In connection with the
Women's Auxiliary of the Royal Columbian hospital will be held on Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at,the residence of Mrs., L. thornber, Columbia
At Brockton Point-
Shamrocks      ���!
Celtics     ii
(Senior.-
At Camble street grounds���
Westham Island        1
Nationals 	
At Powell street grounds���
Shamrocks        41
North Vancouver      1
At New Westminster���
Rov> rs      "
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$1.00 A MONTH
TRANSPORT SHERMAN
MAKES WIRELESS RECORD
Sail Francisco, Jan. a.���A letter
was received on board the army transport Sherman yesterday from Mare
island, which establishes to the Sher-
marl's credit a record in wireless
telegraphy. The commandant at the
nary yard received a letter from Sitka '
to the effect that the wireless opera-
tor at the Alaska station had heard
the Sherman calling December 8. Ac- ;
cording to the records of the transport, the call that Sitka overheard
was one giveu when the troopship was I
trying to get into communication with
Honolulu. The distance of tlie ship
frojn Sitka at the time was 171" miles.
The Sherman's previous record was
1100 miles.
FOR ONE DOLLAR A MONTH
WE WILL PAY YOU A WEEKLY
INDEMNITY FOR ILLNESS OF
ANY KIND AND ALL ACCIDENTS. AND BESIDES WILL
PAY $1,000 TO YOUR BENEFICIARY IN CASE OF ACCIDENTAL
DEATH AND $2,000 IN CASE OF
ACCIDENTAL DEATH ON ANY
PUBLIC CONVEYANCE.
ENQUIRE   ABOUT     THIS    NOW.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
87 Years Old, He Weds.
Walla Walla, .Ian. 5.���John W. Mc- j
Ghee, sr., a pioneer Methodist  minis-
tor of this city, and Mrs. Pauline Hurt, I
of Pendleton, were married here this I
afternoon.    Mr.  McGb.ee  is  87 years j
old, while the bride is 57.   The wedding is the culmination of a romance
which started a couple of months ago,
when the groom took a trip to Port-
la  I, the couple meeting on the train, i
Tl ey will live in Walla Walla,
ROCK  PILE CAMPS ARE
SUGGESTED FOR HOBOES
Tacotna, .Ian. 5,���Chief of Police
Thomas Malony believes that counties
Of this state having cities of the first
class in their boundaries should be allowed to establish vagrant camp*
where the hoboes gathered in by the
police can be put to work macadamizing roads and doing other public improving. The present plan of the police of one city gathering vagrants in
and sending them on to another with
a warning, he believes, is a very crude
wav in which to handle the vagrunt
prolem. A state law, he declares,
covering the matter, and allowing
cities to establish the vagrant camps
would come nearer doing away with
the professional tramp aud hobo than
anything else that could be devised.
IT IS  DANGEROUS
To Neglect a Cold
We Have the Remedy
-AND-
WILL GUARANTEE IT
MacKenzie's   Drug
Store
Dominion Trust Block
Washington. Jan. 5.���The chief signal officer has awarded contracts for
the erection of wireless telegraph stations at Port Gibbon and Nome, of
ten kilowatt power, and one at Eagle
City of three kilowatt power.
The recently installed stations at
Fairbanks and Circle City will ba increased In pow-er from one to three
kltqfwatts.        '^
Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars  for Vancouver and    wav
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars  leave tne depot    every
twenty minutes  for both  Sapperton and city limits over the
cltj line.
City Line:    Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
halt past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m..
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Sunday Service hait-nourty tit-
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
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WOES  OF  THE LANDLADY.
PROFESSIONAL.
One  of Them  I3  Thtt  of  Serving  Out
the Portions to Suit.
"Trouble?"' suiil tlie landlady.
"Why, people that never kept a
boarding house don't know what
trouble is.
"To say nothing of the incessant
daily, weekly, monthly, year in and
year out, never let up grind of it,
there's a million little things that
you have to keep looking out for all
tbe time or yon are sure to get into
more trouble, and one of these is
the serving of the portion^ for the
boarders at table.
"One person wants fat meat, and
one wants lean, and one wants his
meat well done, and another like< it
rare, nnd you not only have to remember all these thine* and keep
doing thern right all the time,
though you may be doing forty other things at the same time, but even
when you've remembered them all
yourself and got them all straight
you have to take tlie chances of the
waitress' putting them on the table
right, before the right people, nnd
then when you come to take into
account how difficult it is when the
meat doesn't turn out all right for
you, how hard it is then to cut lean
meat out of fat and fat meat out
of lean, why, it's enough to turn
anybody's hair gray.
"But, after all, the chief trouble
is with chicken. Everybody wants
white meat, and you know there's
only a certain amount of while meat
in any chicken, but everybody wants
that, and nobody wants legs���particularly they don't want legs. But
what are you going to do about it?
"Somebody has got to have the
legs, and on chicken days I always
have a great problem before me. I
know practically who'll stand for
legs and who won't, and then, besides, when we have chicken I always try to distribute the legs
around on the different tables, scattered like, bo that there won't seem
to be too many legs, so that it won't
seem, you know, as if everybody
was getting legs; but, for all my care
in this, in this very house on chicken
day last week 1 had a fearful calamity befall me.
"Ai one of my tables I had six
men. all nice enough men, but all
disposed to be a little finicky about
their food, ami IM tried always the
best I could to please them, and 1
think I'd have got through with it
all right but for one trouble breeder among them-���there's always
somebody to make trouble���and
this unfortunate accident. 1 was
going to seinl only two legs to that
table, and those far apart on opposite sides, and neither of them for
the troublesome man, but the best
of us are liable to make mistakes,
and I think 1 must have sent three
legs to that table myself, and the
waitress did the rest.
"She got the orders mixed up
pomehow and put down on that table six legs. It was just legs all
around the table, and when the
growly man sees this:
" 'Gentlemen,'   he   says,   'I   can
stand for most anything, but when
they come to feeding us on six leg-
,ged chickens I draw tbe line.'
"And that whole table of young
men left me at the end of the week.
I tried to explain it to them, but I
couldn't make them understand at
all.
"Trouble ? Why, you don't know
what trouble is unless you've kept a
boarding house."���New York Sun.
W NORMAN BOLE, K. C, UAH-
��� rlater and Solicitor. Chambers, Canadian Bank of Commerce
building, New Westminster, B. C.
A HLA.J.r.K,     BAKRISTER,    SO-
���   licitor,  etc.,    42   Lome   Street,
opposite Court House, New 'Westminster.    Phone 143.
Wllllr.SlI)!. & EDMONDS, Harris-
Uts and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street, New 'Westminster.
VY. J. Whites.de, 11. L. Edmonds.
MK. ... 1'. HAMPTON BOLE, Solicitor ui the supreme court. Office^
Canadian Bank of Commerce building.
Columbia suet, opposite Post Office
New Westminster.    Money to loan.
lye ART1N, WEAHT A: McQUARRIE
l��l Barrlstors, solicitors, etc. Offices,
New Westminster, Trapp Blk- corner
I'larckson and lxirne strets. Vancou
ver, rooms 21, 24. 445 Granville street,
Joseph Martin, K. C, J. Wl Weart, W
C. McQuarrie, H. A. Bourne. Mr.
Martin wil be in the Westminstei
otlices every  Friday afternoon.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, tsarriSLei dUO
Solicitor, Gulchon block, Colum
cla and McKenzie streets. Now West
minster, B. C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coaet Line
8urvlce.
w. MYERS GRAY, barrister, Sollcltoi
and Notary Public, i> -iractlce since
1891 at New Westminster TKC. Of
fice3 removed to Curtis Block, Clark
6on street, opposite Court House
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone 64.
WF. HANSFORD. Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
eOARD OF TRADE.���New Westminster Board of Trade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the second
Wednesday of February, May,
August and November, at S p. m.
Annual meetings on the second
Wednesday of February. New
members may be proiiosed and
elected at any monthly or rpiarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
SOCIETIES.
0. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE,  NO. 27���
The regular meetings of this lodge
ire held In Oddfellews' hail. Columbia street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend. C. S.
Richmond. N. G.; A.V.D. McDonald,
V. (',.; w. C. Coatham, R. S.; G. G.
Davy, F. S.; Alex. Adam.?, treasurer.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at  S p. m., in  the Eagles'
hail. Columbia street.   F. J. Lynch,
1    w. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
I *u O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
���Meetings the first and third Tuesday In each month. Visiting
brethren cordially Invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street, 0
S. Corrlgan, recorder;   Geo.  Bacon,
master workman.
IM . I
ROSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No.
116, 80NS OF ENGLAND, B. 8.���
Red Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday of each month.
ln K. of P. Hall, Columbia St.. at
8 p. m., White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday ln each month, same
time and place. Visiting Brethren
cordially invited. E. I.. Webber president, H. Disney, secretary.
Pleasant For the Orator.
Senator Moses E. Clapp of Minnesota once made a speech at Erin
Corners, in his state. His audience
was very unfriendly. They howled
at tlie gigantic Clapp, laughed at
him, threw things at. him and made
it most uncomfortable. Finally
Clapp .stopped and looked at the
chairman.
"Don't mind then!, M.ose," said
the chairman. "Go right, ahead.
They're nothing but loafers and
rowdies. None of the decent people would come."���Saturday Evening Post.
The Forgetmenot.
"T suppose," said (be city girl
who was passing a week in the country, "that you know all the different
flowers."
"I reckon mebby I do," replied
the old farmer.
"What does a forgetmenot look
like ?" queried the girl.
"Oh." replied' the horny handed
son of toil, "it's jist a' ordinary knot
in a string th' ole woman ties
around my finger when I go t'
teown an' she wants me t' git sun-
thin' i'er her."���Chicago News.
Absent Treatment.
A man went into a drug store
nnd asked for something to cure il
���headache. The druggist held a bottle of hartshorn to his nose, and
he was  nearly overpowered by its
!)iingencv.    As soon as he recovered
ic began to ruil at the druggist.
"But did not it help your headache?" asked the apothecary,
"Help ray headache!" gasped the
-man. "I haven't any headache, it'a
my wife that has the headache."
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
hall, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
brethren are cordially invited to attend. J. B. Rushton. C. R.; F. P.
Maxwell, R. S.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
SKAGWAY, JUNEAU, PT. SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S-   Princess  May.
Leaves Vancouver 8 p. m. on follow
ing dates:
Nov. 13;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 12
i Nov. 26; Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 25
Dec.   9;  Lv. Victoria 11  pm. Dec.    S
Dec. 26;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Dec. 25
! Jan.    9;   Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Jan.    &
Jan. 25;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Jan. 24
Feb.    9;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Feb.    s
Feb. 24;  Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Feb. 24
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE.
SS.   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vacouver 1:110 p. m- daily;
arrives at Victoria G:30 p. m. daily.
Leaves Victoria 1 a. m. daily; arrives Vancouver 8 a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   ROUTE.
S.S.  Princess Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:110 a. m. dally except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
! m. daily except Monday.
Leaves Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily except Monday;  arlrves Victoria 7 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 am-
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
SS  Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14tli
' 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-NANA1MO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  1:30   pm- daily,
, except Sunday.    Friday and Saturday
, leaves   at 1 p.m.   Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster,  8  a.  ni.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chilliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chilliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramon a���
From N. W. Tu., Th��� Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk, Sun., Wed.. Frl.. '���' a ti
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves   New   Wesminster  daily  except Sunday at 2 p.m., with additional
trip Monday at 5 a.m.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,
Wednesday,  Thursday   and   Saturday
at 7 a. m.; Friday at 6 a.m. additional
I trip Saturday 5 p. m.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
From Victoria 11 p.m., 1st and 15th;
; from    Vancouver    at    8    p. m.,  2nd
-tnd   16th  of each  month,  calling at
j Skidegate on first trip and Bella Cools
ion second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
iFrom Victoria 8 p. m- every Tuesday;
I from Vancouver 9 a. m. every Wed-
i nesday.      Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon;  at Victoria
: Monday  morning.
! VTCTORIA-NANAIMO.  .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
1 rivee Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p. m.;
I arrives Victoria 9 p. m.
McQUARRIE   &   CO.
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents    Financial Agents
   . .	
rRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 9, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 28, 66, 71, 72, 73, 74
j and 77 of subdivision 3, in suburban
\ block   14, Sapperton;   prices   ranging
I from $125 to $200.
6  room  house on Hamiiton  street,
I all modern Improvements. One lot
from car line'; iot 60x132- Price $1400,
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments.
160 acres, less 3% for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom land,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; 5 room house; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Lot 23, block B, between Mrs.
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carnarvon street; full size $1600.
160 ACRES about two  miles   from
Full sized Lot on 4th St. at ;;., e8*
of Reglna St., between Btb and 6th
avenues, west side of 4th BI p-irt
$400;   half cash.
4   Lots    88x132  each,
13th street.    $1200 cash.
4th  a
2 HOUSES on 1 lot, Kearj Street
Sapperton; 5 rooms and kltchi a, wood
shed and 4 rooms, kitchen una wuw)
shed. $1000 each, one-third cash bal-
ance easy.
77.58 ACRES, black loam land, an
ploughed and cleared and dyki I; w
E. V* Sect. 5.   $75 per acre, one third
ments, full sized lot, Sherwood street,
Sapperton. Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on time.
3%  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 j $1050; half cash,
lumber to build good  large bam, 5-      2 lot8 on 8th st   Detween
Aldergrove station,  30   acres  cleared i cash, one-third 3 months, one third I
and partly  fenced,  good  house,   barn; months.
7 LOTS, 120x52, facing 8th Avenue,
4 lots   cleared,  small   house,  chicken
8 room house, all modern improve-1 and stable.   Price $16 per acre; $176"
cash, balance to be arranged
1% ACRES, Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8;  south side of the river, ne,ar
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2   LOTS,   132x132,  N.-W.   corner   of
10th Street   and   St. Andrews.    Price
house, 175 chickens; fenced. 11.elusive
price $1500, $1000 cash.
6  ACRES good loam  soil, Croup 3
Lot   16,   corner   Blue   Mountain  road
and   Brunette   road,    south   bIi i     t-
I roomed   house;   parlor,   dlnlni   room,
5th and , kitchen and three bedrooms;  plaster-
room house and barn and large chick-  gth Aye on east 8ide;  full slzedi 66x|ed;   conservatory 30 or 40 feet long,
en   house   for  about    250   chickens;   132; Kog  9 and 12      price $1000 for; heated by pipes;   well;  stable,
, good well;  near to school and tram. (both  ha]f cash| ba]ance easy
all fenced-   Pric�� $3500-. Terms $1500 ;
' cash, $1000 in April and $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash-
1 Lot 66xM2 ft, S. % of S, lane at
Price
;":;::":;=::::-:rC^=v^:;:::=w^:;^:=^;:::^-;::Ow^:;Kr
Block, corner of Auckland & Uth St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
V
1 back, 3rd and Queen's avenue.
' $1250; half cash, bal. 6 months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
j Thirteenth street 8Sxl32 only $800, a
! splendid investment.
Lot   20,   block    B   facing    English
j church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
i street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way about 8
; acres for railway;   25 acres stumped.
i 15 acres roughly cleared and fenced;
: 1 1-2 story house 1Sx2S, lean too 14x28
land lean too 10x22; barn 30x32 and
lean too 32x14; granary 10x11!; two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
shed  20x30;   small milk house, small
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 bearing Cash $2,000,    balanc
fruit trees; natural spring well. Price months at 7 %.
$6000;  $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized  lot on Third  street, be-
! tween Royal and Queens avenue east
1 side, new house;  $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $1000 each.
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots on ISth street, between 7th and Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrival and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot 11; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; flush closets and all connected with sewers. Price $3,500.
in 6; 12 and IS
barn;
15 bearing fruit trees; considerable
stock ready to plant out; 2 Bkep bees;
5 acres cleared, light timber on remaining acre; all fenced; >���_. mile
from school. Price $3000; half cash,
bal. in  6 months at 7 per cent.
l Lot 88x132, 4th avenue, 13th St.
$800  cash.
3 LOTS, 5, 0 & 7, full sized ant
cleared, upper side of 5th Avenue, he.
tween 1st and 2nJ Streets, i' ce $500
each.
4 LOTS, 2 lots from 1st Street an]
6th Avenue on south side, No 35 36,
37 & 38, full size. Price $1100 tor the
four, or $300 each; half cash.
Double tenement house, 4tii Ave,
1st and 2nd St.; I lot. Price $1,700;
cash half and half In 6 month al I |
Rents for $10 each tenant.
40 acres i,2 section 14, N. 'L : E U
of Tu. 2, about 8 miles from bridge ol
Lots  14   and   15 of   1  or 8    of     4  iiaWorth  road, Surrey;    hou
Hfc storey house, 3 rooms finlshi
other 3 can be added upsta
shack;   1%   acres  cleared and
of with clover, red; fairly easily
Due   mile  from   shingle   mill.
$1,200;.  terms  half  cash,  balance III
months at 7 %.
small
wiled
eared.
Price
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Jrd
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7 ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
18, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
A, O. F.���The regular meetings ot j
this Lodge are held on the Second |
, and Fourth Tuesdays of each month j
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfellows' Mall !
Visiting Brethren are cordial] in \
vlted to attend. K. C. Firth, C. R.; 1
F. P. Maxwell, Sc-c.
 I
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., In Oddfellows
Hall, Columbia street. Visit ins
Brethren are cordially Invited to attend, O. Haggman, S. ('.; N. K.
Brown, Secretary.
\ .
SON3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month in
K. of P. Hall. John McNIven
Chief; J. J. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
i I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets   in   Oddfellows'   Hall,   Col-
' uuiliia Street, every Friday evening
at S o'clock. Visiting brethren will
be made welcome. C.H. Clow, N.(i.
C.B. Osborne, P. G. recording see
retary,
loTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES.
include the Union Ixidge, No. 0, A.
F, and A. M.; King Solomon Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. 0, I...
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. P.; C. O.
V., Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood of Owls, Nest No. 28;
Beulah Rebukah Lodge, No. 5, I, 0
0. F.
For   reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED  COULET,
Agent, New Westminster
E. J. COYLE.
&sst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver
J. W, TROUP,
Oeneral Superintendent. Victoria
House and cottage on Columbia St.,
house rents for $25, cottage for $12.;
$5,000, easy terms.
27^ acres of the best soil, 10 acres
cleared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees. Just comencing 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 C
and 12 months.
This property Is only % mile from
tram line. Over two hundred chickens and ducks could be sold with the
property at a snap.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
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BETWEEN
Minneapolis. St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE     NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
*nd   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
116 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats freel,
modern  day  coaches   and  buffet,  lj.
1 brarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, W��sb
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.)   Price $500; for the two, 1-1
cash, balance 0 months at 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherhrook street of 11
3, cleared.   Price $275; 1-2 cash, balance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city  limit!
$60 each   lot.
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commman.ling m BJ} rf ^.^ ^ ,,
situation; Third avenue, at foot ��', 10 acres.partly cleared; Kanaka creek
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey running through; good road; one mile
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered) inorth   of   Webster's corner;    shingle
All modern conveniences;    hot   aud \��W an,> Pt(i' at tho west r,ormr\lt
,. ' , her worth $7 per acre; cedar and fir;
cold   water,   bath,   flush  closet,   lava- 14 mjie8    from    port    Haney.     Price
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot $2,100: terms $1,100 cash, balance ar-
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot (ranged.
Westerly 4,   11  of 03,  Sub. Block 5,
Fuller   particulars  onji32xi32 corner 10" feet square;   two
bouses drawing $2S per month.   Price
$5,000, haif cash, balance in 6 and 12
months.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
One and one-half storey house and
full size lot, situated north Hide of
Royal avenue and corner of McKlnnis
street; 9 rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; :��� oung
bearlg fruit trees; streets on three
sides;   fine view.    Price $1,800 $900
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
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 Lot facing 2nd St., between Queen's
house, chicken house, 175 choice (and 3rd Ave., second lot from Queen's
chickens; horse and rig; $1500 cash.  Ave.;    52x122 feet; all cleared:  lane
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price | 8lonK8id�� ��"><!  back.     Price    $1,000;
$500 for three or $175 each; 1-2 cash |half cash' baJance ea(,y flt 7 ";
balance 6 months at 7 per cent. 150 acres improved land, buildings
Full sized lot on Royal avenue, be- j and sbeds complete, near Cloverdale;
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all clear- j a11 ,)n<ier cultivation, $15,008. If YOU
ea. $1,200, $800 cash i can   handle  this, don't  delay;   It's*
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner | bar��aln; terms can be a!-���^*'1'
WFor the above four properties ��
special price will be made to one purchaser.
of 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 G mos, at 7 %.  |
No.  306.���9-roomed  house,  with   bath I
room, corner of Gth and Agnes  St. i
Subdivision of lot 40, block (i, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnificent property Is
situated on the corners of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising I No. 312.���8-roomed House and bath
In all ten 33x120 foot lots facing on! room, Agnes St. Price $2,500; %
First street at $700 (excepting the cor- I    cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 %,
House 30x42, 4th    St., between Itb
and 5th Ave.;    2 single and 1 double
bedrooms    upstairs,    and  bath n",m
,,       ,,..��� .down stairs; parlor, dining room, kit-
vz rr, :t, v ���    l r n rV ���s,L *. z
/c ,ning back to Ash St.    Price $3,800;
No.   310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath , $1,500 case, balance at $500 per year
room,  Agnes  St.   $3,000;   %   cash, | at 7 per cent.
balance 3 and 6 months at 7 %,
ner lot facing Fourth avenue an I
First street, held at $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400, Call at our office on
Front street and inspect plana.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton: rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
10 acres in sec. 32.  Timber, fir, ce-
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,   ���%   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running streets; $226
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30
iX 32; 14-post frame house and co.v
| stables, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses;  near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a clay; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
Three ful sized lots on Fifth avenue,
north side between First and Second
streets, No. 5, 6 and 7. Price $'^ol,
each or $1100 for tie three.
Full  sized lot, north side of H��,n-
IltOD street between Sixth and Kb'tllh
dar and alder    Good soil; good roads.   iogge<,;  $2(000   refused   for   standing
A r��r\l v    fr\y     f n 11      reirllAnlnvi. ,       , ���
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;  hen
Apply for full particulars
Lots 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
street and 8th avenue; 2 corner lots
tr50; 4 Inside lotR $200 each. Price
$950. cash,    Single lots at cash.
28 acres on Mara road, Burnaby.
$160 an acre FOR A FEW DAYS
ONLY. One-quarter cash, balance 1
and 2 years at 7 %
1 lot No. 24 on 13th. street south
side cf 4th avenue.   Price $200 cash.
 _,.   .....     Block 12 on 12th St., ei3t side:   1��
house made of hewed timber laid in      ' s,Zf'r1 lr),a'   P1"10* W-����. one-thud
mortar, 12 x 30.   A chance of a life- l"**' baL 6' 12 *nd 18 month���
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 6 L A lots "n r,f,h 8tret-,v- 11- J2' JVfi
Der cent s,,h   ,5' s- B,k- ".     *350 each, hull'
-     \      cash, balance 6 months at T % JAN. 6.   1
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE BETES
ERS   address**    ,        fAKE NOTIl B that a    ,
1,1 ��**�����* "''"'- h ���   ,       regi
Building,   Ladysniiia,  ������.   _ VK.    [n F(Je gImpI(
eived at  this office 8a]     ,       :j,n &G H.h
December ll. 1907,  , ,. ng date-the 16th da   ,      ..'
roust ruction  of  j ; vember, A.  b.  Ijij)
[ding al Ladysmith, B. C.
of al! an
i.:i'
I
a,  uayaum, ��. ^.       p.,  .,, ,     ,        .. ,,,,,, 1(),, ,a(. ,
.:..:uions can be seea|and premises situate, lying and
ler obtained at this; in  the District of New  Westmin
and on application to the i^ the Province of British Colui
lysmlth, B. C.
pers0 :    lag are notified that
I " considered unlesi
printed   form   supplied
;.   '
��� I   with  their  actual  sigr.a-
more parti ularly known and dtscnb
ed as Lot 13, Block 5, subdivision of
| Lot 201, Group l.
You and each or you are required
to contest the claim of the tax pur-
"| chaser within forty-five days from th';
| date of   the   first   publication of   this
must be accompanied j notice upon you, otherwise I snail reg-
1 cheque on a chartered lister Joseph Tays as owner thereof in
ide payable   to the order o! ft,���.    Aud ( hereby direct that publl-
, ,r honourable the Minister of Pub- cation of this notice for one month in
He Work-, equal to ten per cent (10 a daily   newspaper  published at Ne,.
.   amount of the  tender, Westminster will be good and sufflc!-
Out!
This is the Chance of Your Life I
I have   led I -i to clear out my entire stock of
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum
and House Furnishings
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forfeited if the person ,ent Bervice thereof.
{ line to enter into a coa-
. .. ed upon to do so, or il
| iete the work contract-
,  I f���,       the lender be not accepted
be returned.
Th,, ji. ent does not. bind itself
lowest or any tender.
B   Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
:   Public  Works,
a     November 13, 1907.
\  ,,.    i        will not be paid for this
���   If they insert it  wittt-
lythorlty from the Department.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of Brit.sb
Columbia, this 26th day of Octobei
A. D. 1907.
C.   S.   KEITH,
District Itegistrar.
To John Slrr, Esq.
All persons served with this notic-,
and those claiming through or under
them and all persons claiming any interest In said land by virtue of aay
unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any Interest In sail
Land by descent, whose title is not
registered under the provisions of the
|"Land Registry Act," shall be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
up any data to or in respect of the
sal! land so sold for taxes as provided
by the "Laud Registry Act."
and, a- ! am limited to time, will sell everything at. ACTUAL COST,
and your CASJH will buy more here than in any other place you
can go to. Compare my prices and be convinced. I mean Just what
I nay. This is no bluff. The first buyer has the first choice of my
large and varied stock. Make up your mind NOW and take advantage of this great sale.
W. E. FALES
Opp. T. J. Trapp's
Columbia Street
���
���
���
Oad Murphy's Brevity.
Old Dad Murphy, as lie was a
Uoi atelj :. . u i the boys on the
road, was a conductor on a trunk Hue
transporting large shipments of live
sUx ,. from the west l>.nl bad been
in the service so long thai the rules of
railroading li id become second nat u ���
to him, and tbe result of the superintendent's frequent orders to the train
men to answer with military brevity
all questions and messages, especially
those by telegraph, to relieve the bur
den on the wires bail reduced Dad to
habitually short, concise replies, even
to his conversation. On a baking hoi
July day, when not n breath of air was
stirring and tlie sun beat on the ear
roofs till the pitch pulled the soles off
the brakeman'S shoes. Dad In looking
over the train discovered that eight
bogs had succumbed to the heat.
When passing the next telegraph station he threw off a message to the superintendent:
Hurhans.   Kupt.���Eight   bogs  deail   acc't
heat, advise. MURPHY. No. 78.
At the second telegraph office he received his answer:
Murphy, Condr. 78.���What is the present
condition of the hog��?   Ans. qk.
BCRUANS.
Dad grinned, shifted his quid of fine
cut and wrote as follows:
Burtons, Supt.���Hogs still dead.
MURPHY, 7��.
���Judge's Library.
THE CASH STORE
Prices for the Week
Macaroni,
2 pk. for 25c
Cove Oysters,
2 tins for 25c
Tomatoes, Peas,
Corn and Beans,
2 tins for 25c
Choice Hams,
18c per lb
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[Synopsis    of    Canadian     North-West
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered section ot Do-
I in   Manitoba,  Saskatch
ewan and Alberta, excepting a and 2'i,
I : .i, may be homesteaded by
I a who is tlie sole head of  t
Ifamllj oi any male over IS years of
iD   REGISTRY   ACT.
P.e Lots  1  to '.'  (inclusive) of a por-
m of I..,: 94, Group l. Maj) -Hn. New
,'estminster district.
Whereas  proof of the loss of Cer-
:iii. ite of Title Number lo'ioa, issued
| ������^vut of one-quarter sec-'in  tb-'  name  of   Peter   Latham,    has
(lionof 160 acres, more or le.-s. '.een f.led in this office
REMOVAL
On and after January 1st, you will find
us in our new premises with a complete
line of Wall Paper, Paints, Oils and
Varnishes.
Application for entry must, ne
linade in person  by  the applicant at
Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
lagency lor tbe district in which the
I land I ite.    Entry by proxy may,
Notice la hereby given that 1 shall
at' the expiration of one month from
the date 'if thu first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said cer-
Llfli ite, unless in the nuantime valid
ll However, be  made  at an  agency on (objection b
[certain     iditlons by the father, rnoth-
Ier, son, daughter, brother or sister of
| mi Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to per-
I form the homestead duties under one
I of the following plans:
ill   At least six months' residence
upon ani  cultivation of the laud  In
fflch year for three years.
(2)   A homesteader may,  if he so
Idwtres, perform the    required   residence duties   by   living   on     farming
land owned  solely   by   him,   not less
ttan eighty  (SO)  acres in extent, in
| the vicinity of his homestead.    Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement,
13)   if the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased.) of a homesteader
| das permanent residence on farming
land owned  solely by him,  not less
than eighty  ',S0)  acres In extent, in
j the vicinity of the homestead, or upon .i homestead entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
| perform his own residence duties by
"vlng with the father (or mother).
"i   The term "vicinity" in the two
���  paragraphs  is  defined    as
meaning not more than nine .miles in
'  !::' i'  line, exclusive o* the width
,! road allowances crossed    in    the
measurement.
! esteader  intending    to'
nis   residence   duties   in   ac-
with the above while living
1 its or on farming land own-
I no ielf must notify the agent
:''   district of such intention.
months' notice in writing mustlthem al the I
made to mo in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District  Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Ofhee. New Westmin-
tnr. 13  <:., Oct. 24. 1907.
NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS.
E. W. Cook,
Dominion Trust Building Front Street
be
given 'o the Commissioner of Do-
IN THE-MATTER of the Estate of
Alexander Ewen, late of the City
ot New Westminster, British Columbia, deceased.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to the Revised Statutes of British Columbia. Cnapter 1ST, that all
creditors ani others having claims
against the Lstate 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, to
send by post prepaid, or deliver to the
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 B,
Jardine, will proceed to distribute the
assets of the deceased among the parties entitled thereto, having regard
only to the < lalms df which they shall
then have notice, and that the
executors will nol be liable fo
B ad assets or on; par; thereof to anv
person or p< rsons of whose cl ilms no
tice shall not have been received by
me of such distribution,
DATED ni.  New Westmlnst
*��������������������������������������������������������������*������* v-> yv���*���������������������������������������������������������.
\ FOR SALE..... I
��� ���
��� Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will |
t deliver to any part of the city. ���
|            C. WILLIAMS |
X Eighth ave. and Second St.                     'Phone 333 |
What He Lost.
A traveling man wus leaning against
the counter in the hotel gazing disconsolately at the lloor.
"Lose somethingV" queried the hotel
clerk.
A nod of the head answered.
"Was it very valuable'.'"
Twice with tlie nod.
"Sure you had It when you came In
here?"
A third nod. Ills face was growing
wistful.
"You should have put It in the safe." ! ~
"Could   not   have   done   that   very :     Take notice that an application has
well." been made to register John li. Rush.-
His voice quivered. ton as the owner in fee simple, under
The  clerk   stretched   his   neck  and j a tax Sa]e j, B(j lron, the mayor and
gasped, "Why. what was it':" j u.easurer of the  Citj   of New Weet-
"It was," the traveling man began,
PURE FOOD SUPPLY CO.
Phone 386
Burr Block Columbia St.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
but he choked���"It was���my job."
"Oh, pardon me a minute, the phono
Is ringing."   And the clerk tiptoed soft-
minster, to John B. Rushton, bearing
date the 27th day of Septtmbc, A. D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
NOTICE.
ly away.   A dismal stillness reigned.- j parcel or tract of land and premises
Sa* Francisco Chronicle. i situate, lying and being in the City of
______________________ ! New Westminster, in the Province of
British  Columbia,   more    particularly
1 known and described as lot one of the
,  nortneast half of lot 26. blocK a.
You and each of you are required
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-  to contest the claim of the tax pur-
lic that after this date all orders for | chaser within forty-five days from the
wood will have to be accompanied by  date of this notice, otherwise I yhall
t*4>*4>******1
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CASH.
(Signed)    BELYEA  & CO.
LOUIS  WILLIAMS.
WTL3ER   SMITH.
December 5, 1907.
Westminster Iron Works
register John B, Rushton a-i owner
' thereof in fee. And I hereby direct
that pullication of this notice for
thirty days In a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will bo
good and sufficient rervice thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
I New Westminster, Province of British
1 Columbia, this 28th day of December,'
GENERAL MACHINE ANO ENUINR ; A.D.  1907.
WORK.
SHIP smith inu. Humus and
Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
Will  be  held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
���  W. J. SIPPRELL,      -
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Principal
_\AA���_4A_
said
the
this
'"h""" Lands at Ottawa, of Intention 6th day of November, 1007.
.  for patent MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
W   W   CORY Solicitors    for    John   Hendry and
""i;"''������ of the Minister of the Interior. |      John B. Jardine. executors of the
���Unauthorized publication ufi      sal(1 Estate. _____
will  not  be  paid j -���������-������-���������-������
this advertisement
for.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
JW to RUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc.. adtlress
GEO. w. VAUX.
Aftf iWj Pa8��^-Ser and Ticket
WW, m Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
THE SCENIC RAILWAY OF
AMERICA, running through first class
sleepers, tourist and dining cars leaves
dally at 3:15; makes close connections for all Kootenay points and also
St. Paul, Chicago and other United
States points.
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
or to E, J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deater* in All Kind* ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��������-������������
Royal City Branch. Columbia St
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire HscaneB, etc.
Mall orders and correcpondence ln
vited.
JOHN RFID,
BEOB1E kmUBBW.
N*��w    W7'"'*ip1unra^ ,��.   ||     471
C. S. KEITH,
District Regis'rar.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Dealers in Ladles' 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.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 186.      bam fnone lSl
Columbia 8t.
Baggage delivered    promptly to ��n:
part of the city.
Ugbt and Heavy Haulinj
O+Jlon���.Tram Deooi
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
ANu ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets   ou   sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
for fall information call on or write
0. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
To Thomas Mowatt,, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or ur.��er
them and all persons c'alming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest In the
said land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or In respsct ot
the said land so sold for taxes a3 provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND  REGISTRY ACT
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Do!>
bie as the owner in Fee Simple, und?r
a Tax Sale Deed from S. A. Fletcher,
to Margaret Dobble, bearing date the
1st day  of December,  A. D.  19C2, o��
all and singula.- that, certain parcei or
tract of land and praises situate, lying and teing in ihe District of New
Westminster, In the Province 61 British Colum1. la.more particularly known
and described as Lots IS to 25, inclusive,  Block  4, being  parts  of southwest of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax pur-
Portland. Ore.  chaser within forty-five days from the
________________-_-���_-���-���������! date of the first publication of this
P    I C II   a u    IL        h��  f     'notlce  upon  yoUl    otherwise  I   shall
SpOkaiie rallS ft NOrtnem Hy lO., register Margaret   Dobble   as   owner
N8lS0n & it. MiePJWrQ hy. tO.      that publication of this notice for one
Roil Mniinlain RV  fn ' nion,h ln a daiIy newspaper publlsh-
IICII mUUIIiaill l\y. VU. ed at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
The only all rail route between all      Dated at the Land Reglgtry offl���
points east, west and south to Ross- Weatminster, Province of  Brit-
land, Ne son and intermediate points "..-���.. ., ._. ,... ._' , ..,���,���.
connecting at Spokane with the Great; !��* Columbia, this 29th day of August,
Northern, Northern Pac.fic and O. R. j A- D- 1907-
car
TH!
ADVERTISE      "��
��� IN ���
DAILY     NEWS
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland ��'ith the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage ("lily for Repuhlic.
Buffet  service  on  trains  between
Spokane and Nelson-
Effective   Sunday,   November    to,
icoi.
Leave Day Train Arrive
g.ao a.m. .... Spokane ....7.15 P��*��
12.35 P-m- .... Rossland ....4.10 p.m
u.40 a.tn.   ... Nelson  6.45 P~
H. A. JACKSON
C.  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, Esq.
English and American Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
aecond ��� hand tablea and supplies In
itoek.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A26D8. ?. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent  for  Messrs. Samuel May  &
'u., Toronto.
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MOREY'S!
217-219 Columbia Si.
OOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-iet
On Safe' at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
tarAdvertise the town we live in ly
mailing Picture Post Cards to yavt
friends.
Economize
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Now that   the holiday season   !
\B over .''on  Will have to eeono-   (
mlze.    "Why    not    let us help   J
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ROVERS OUTCLASSED
VANCOUVER CELTICS
-~"*Fn-< iTYiV -wr^^Tir, JSW
Score of 3-0 Shows How
Easily Home Team Won���
Visitors Played on Defence
Bowell&Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
PHONE B 284
Choice treats and Chickens always
on hand.
Corner Eighth St. and    Fifth Avenue   t _
Moffat's Best     .
Hungarian  FLOUR
$1.75
per sack
This flour is giving good satisfaction. Our sales are increasing
on it every day. Remember we
guarantee it to he first class.
:|i       **********
C.A.WELSH
The People's Grocer
***********
P. S.���Creamery Butter, 35c
per pound
������.
A New Subdivision
Just what a good manv people have been waiting for���
Mr. fji. D. Bourke has just, authorized us to sell in lots a portion of his
Twelfth street property, bordering on Twelfth street, Fifth avenue, Thirteenth street, and a lane.
The property is all cleared, fenced graded and in grass, and commands
a charming view of the Delta and the North Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased as a whole, but now
separate, lots can be had at prices justified by local conditions, and upon
easy tends.
Plan of subdivision  at our office.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
�����������������������������������<
Pickard   China
Call and examine our stock of tho Pickard China. We are Sole !J
Agents for the Pickard Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster. ;;
Every piece guaranteed hand-painted. Also a line of the 1 est < >
Limoges China. ��
W. C. CHAMBER LIN, "�� ,��"*"r
Agent Hamilton Watches
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington
COAL
MAYERS fif PRESTON
Three-nought.    So read the score at .
J [ the close of the soccer match between
the Vancouver Celtics and the West-1
minster Rovers    Saturday    and    the
honors lay  with the Rovers.    Not for
a single  moment was the    issue . in
doubt, the local boys had the best of ,'
it from the kick-off.   The visitors won !
the  toss  and   with  the  hill  slope  in
their favor opened a vigorous attack, j
For a few minutes the players strug-1
gled in the centre then the ball, de- i
spite the up hill grade, spun towards ]
the goal of the blues and    there    it
stayed.    The Celtics were forced    to
the defence and on Out few occasions
did the play travel to the lower goal,
and then  only  to  be  hurled  back  by
the splendid work of the Westminster
hacks.    At half time the score stood
2-0.
Tlie second half opened with everything in favor of the home team and
they made the most of it, pressing
the attack with vigor. The visitors d '-
fended stoutly an.l to such good effect |
that the Rovers secured but one addi- j
tional goal.
Tlie president of the    club, T.    S. |
Annandale, kicked off for the Rovers, |
who  commenced     with    great     dash,
Watson on the right doing good work, j
but the Celtic defence was strong, and j
the Rovers were beaten off.   The Cel- j
tic forwards got    away    with    pivtty
combination, but    found    Kirby    and
Clark a hard pair to' tackle, and were
easily cheeked.    Following  good  play
by G. Fleming, Lumsden and    Locke
did  fine work, playing  together very
prettily and fooling the Celtie   backs
in clever fashion.   A good centre from
Lumsden was gathered by A, Fleming, j
but when'he appeared certain to score, j
a very rough tackle laid him t.ut. and j
forced him to leave the field  for re- !
pairs.   The Celtics used their superior |
weight very freely, and the local boys
got  many hard knocks.    The  Rovers
continued to have the best of the ploy
and  after good  sprinting  by  Watson. |
Loci;  scored    a    fine    goal.    Roused
by  this reverse, the    Celtics    rushed
away  in  a body,  and  tried Barbaree
wit'a   several   good   attempts,   but   try
as they  would,  they  could  not bl'i'ik
through the strong defence of the locals.    The   Rover  half    backs    were
feeding  their    forwards    with    good
judgment, and  the speedy wing men
ran  through   the   visitors   half   backs
easily, but Cro.ssl.and and Ross defended stubbornly and refused to be beaten.   A fine effort from WatsoTf caused
Mowat to concede a corner kick, and
the right winger placing this  neatly,
Locktoart headed through number two
for  the Rovers.    Risk  tried  hard  to
get   his  men   going,   but  the   Rovers
held them down, and were attacking
when half time was called. Rovers 2,
Celtics 0.
The Rovers kicked down hill In the
second half, but the visitors pressed
at the start, a good shot from Newall
being well saved toy Barbaree. The
suiierior tactics of the locals outwitted
the visitors repeatedly, Lumsden and
Ix>ck gaining much, applause by their
clever play, hut the injury to A. Fleming caused him to lose much of his
usual dash, and many promising openings were lost in consequence. Ross,
captain of the visitors, was the dirtiest
player on the field.   Teams:
Rovers ��� Bartiaree, Clark, filrby,
Leamy, A. TurnbuTl, G. Fleming, Wait-
son. 1-ockhart, A. Fleming, Lock (captain), Lumsden.
Celtics���Crossland, Ross (captain),
Mowat, Risk, Baxter, Waters. Fisher,
Watson, McCollough, Newall and
McKenzie.
P. Q. Box   345
'Phone  105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. -  - NEW WESTMINSTER
Trouble Over at Goldfield.
Goldfield, Nev., Jan. 5.���The backbone of the miners' strike seems
broken. It is hoped that all mines
will be In full operation within ten
days.
Burnaby Municipality ^ Cheap   Lot !
Election  of   Reeve,    Councillors    and j  	
Election  of   Reeve,    Councillors
School  Trustees.
public meeting of rate-
��� held at  the Municipal
The annual
payers will b>
hall on
Saturday, January 11th, 1908,
commencing at i::io p.m.
To receive addresses from the Reeve,
Councillors and Sthool Trustees whose
Iterm 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. 3rd, l&C'S. j
On Ninth street below Fourth avenue, a good lot, almost
cleared; fine view, and a snap.
$400
Terms can be arranged.
Head
Office:
New
Westminster
INSURANCE
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ESTATE-
Branch
Offices:
Chilliwack,
Vancouver
Our Greatest Stock-taking
Clearance
We adopt no half measures in our Annua! Stocktaking Sale. The stock
is over heavy and there is only one remedy, viz: reduce prices so as to make'
the goods saleable in a hurry.
Our-sale will last until January 31st, and we intend to reduce the stock
to its proper proportions by offering reductions such as we have never given
before.   Times may be hard with some but our prices will be low.
IT WILL PAY YOU TO BUY THIS MONTH
Sale Commences Tuesday, January 7, '08
Wholesale Reductions on
Ladies9 Coats, Skirts
and Suits
Our stock of ready to wear clothing must be reduced by half. To
effect this reduction we have made sale prices of one half the regular prices.
Ladies' Suits Half Price
Twenty-three suits in almost as   many   styles.     Some    .are   shirtwaist suits, others are made with Eton jackets, and some with militarj
cut.    Regular prices run from $7.50 to $27.50;  sale price exactly
one half;  $27.60 for $13.75, $20.00 for $10.00, $12.00 for $6.00.
Exceptionally Low Prices on
Children's  Coats
22 Only, Children's Tweed and Cloth Coats���Sizes 4 years to H years. Regular prices $2.75 ti
$3.75; sale price $1.95.
25 Only, Children's Coats���All sizes in different lengths and various materials. Regular prlci
$7.50 to $10.00;  sale price, e \ch $3.50.
Skirts for Less
Than Cost
of Material
Twenty Only. Ladies' Tweed, Plaid
and Plain Cloth Skirts���Ail new styles,
light and dark colors. Regular prices
$S.50 to $10.00;   side price $5.75.
Thirty-three Only, Ladies' Skirts���
In a variety of materials. Regular
prices $4.50 to $5.75; sale price $2.95.
Twenty-five    Only,    Ladies'    Tweed
Skirts���Regular prices $3.00 to $3.75;
sale price, each $1.95.
Fifteen Only, Misses' Skirts���All
that are left from our large stock we
clear out the balance of these. Regular values $2.75 to $3.50; sale price,
each $1.95.
190 Ladies' Coats
Sacrificed Regardless
of Cost
\v..< ��� we tell you thai these are i
new coats  you  will  probably  womb r
why we wish to clear them out   at
such low  prices.    However,  we need
the  room, and  the  over heavy sum
must be cleared out.
Thirty-five Ladies' Long Tweed
Coats���in the very newest styles.
Regular prices $13.00 to $15.00; sale
price $7.50.
Thirty-three Ladies' Coats���Regular
prices $11.00 to $12.5u; sale price
$6.25.
Thirty-two Ladies' Coats���Regular
pricts $S.50 to $10.00; sale price $5.00.
Forty Ladies' Coat*���Regular prices
$5.00 to $6.50; sale price $3.25.
Fifty Ladies' Costs���Last year's
styles mostly; for this reason we practically give them away. Regular
prices $S.OO to $15.00; sale price, each
95c.
The Balance of Our Millinery Stock
at a Fraction of Cost
Untrimmed Shapes 10c Each.
One hundred and twenty only odd lines of ladles' untrimmed felt shapes.   We do not. want to pack
them away, hence the extremely low price.   Regular prices 75c to $2.00; sale price, each 10c.
One  Lot New Untrimmed Shapes 50c Each.
The balance of this season's newest shapes; only about one hundred in the lot, but we make rigor
ous reductions to clear this month.   Regular prices $1.50 to $2.50; sale price, each 50c.
Twenty-five Only, Trimmed   Hats $3.50 Each.
Every trimmed hat left In the show room; and this sale price is less  than   cost  of   material   and
work.    Regular values $5.00 to $11.00; sale price $3.50.
All trimmings at exceptionally low prices during this sale.
SPECIAL SNAPS  IN SLIGHTLY
SOILED BLANKETS
Large Sized All Wool White
Blankets���Slightly soiled from showing. Regular values $5.75 to $6.00;
sale price $4.75.
Two Dozen Bed Comforters���I^arge
sizes, filled with pure white filling.
Regular prices $2.50; sale price, each
$2.15.
EVERY LINE OF HOUSEFURN-
ISHINGS AT BIG REDUCTIONS
Quilts, Lace Curtains, Towels, Cur
tain Muslins, Cretonnes���At' prices
which will pay you to purchase at this
month.
$1.75 CORSETS FOR 95c.
Fifty Pair of Corsets���All sizes and
styles placed on sale for the purpose
of clearing out all odd lines quickly.
Regular values $1.50 to $2.00; sale
price 95c.
Every article in the store (except patterns and spool cottons)  reduced for our sale.
No goods on approbation or exchanged during sale.
W.SXollister&Co

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