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 White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
nfW WESTMINSTER, B. C
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M1.: ;���, NUMBER 2.
White, Shiles & Co
JJ^ Legislative^*^1- ESTATE
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260 CoiW^Jbj^ St.
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Phone 85
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.  C,   KKlDAV   MORNING,  JANUARY,   3.   190S.
ATTEMPTED MURDER    JAPAN IS BUYING       PLANS PERFECTED       CHILDREN PROPOSE
CHARGEAGAINSTSTREET   SHIMOSE INGREDIENTS     TOR BIG MEETINGS     TO SUPPORT WARD
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Brutal Husband Shoots His | Salt Peter and Yucca Being Month of Evangelistic Ser- Mainteinence of 12 Cot Ward
Father-in-law Because He j    Imported in Large Quan-i    vices Commences Sunday in Hospital Aim of Society
���Officials Arrange Details Now Being Formed.
Protected Daughter.
w.th the serious charge of attempt-
......   . : banging over his head, Wll-
!]alll str  formerly employed on the
:i, i Transfer, lies in the lockup
m gteveston awaiting his trial; and
his father inlaw, Daniel Woodward, a
L,ulu Island rancher, has his hand terribly lacerated by a revolver "bullet
,,;i,: his shoulder slightly grazed.
Trouble 1ms been rampant In the
>��� eel family for some time, and Mrs.
Street was preparing to institute pro-
,,, ��� [or divorce. Street, know-
ol her intentions, had threatened
violence, declaring thai he would I< i 1 f
both her and bar father.   To protect
Laughter,  Mr.   W I ward   visited
Street home lasl Sunday, and took
li. ��� away with him to his place n< ills', vi ��� n, also swearing oul a warrant a ilnsl hi r husband for threatening
Incensi d, Street secure I a gun i nd
hastened to the house of his wife's
father to carry out his threats. Mr.
Woodward with his wife and daughter
w. . sitting near the stove In the
,i 11 an i the two Bons wen., in another room. It was abom 8:30 o'clock
'. [ a knock came to the door and
Mi Woodward went to answer it.
��� nnl ��� tenlng the lock the door
was pushed rudely open, Mrs. Wood-
thrust to one side and there
stood Street, revolver in hand. !)<���
ed .iff his moustache and
othi ��� rearranged himself so as to
deceive, but his voice betrayed him.
Knowing that Street would shoot,
Mr Woodward jumped from his chair
and ran to meet him. He threw up
hi- li it Vim i.icross his face and Street
fi i : the bullet going through the
hand and lodging In the buckle on
pi nd< rs. Mr. Woodward struck
out with his right hand and knocked
SI ��� '���! down. The sons came running
and   together   they  succeeded   in
" ng the gun away from Street and
securing him with ropes.
The police found the temper of the
residents of Steveston pretty highly
strung over the attair and to prevent
the threatened lynching of the prisoner, a guard of seven men was stationed outside the lockup. The jell is not
a very substantial structure and it is
possible that Street may yet be removed to Vancouver.
tities from Chile.
San Francisco, .Ian. 2.���Passengers
who arrived by the Kosnios line fJeko
today, and officers on the steamer
bring news of great Japanese activity
at the iKirt of Iquiquo, in Chile. They
say that the Japane.se government Is
buying up all the salt peter available
In Chile, and also thai great Stock
of yucca, which grows in greal profusion in the Shama district, mar
[quique, are being sent by evet
steamer to Japan, a line of fast
steamers, of about 6000 tons register,
hav" been put on between Japan an i
[quique and. according to reports
heard at ports along the coast, the-,
steamers are taking :.. cargoes of
salt peter and yucca on ever} trip.
Yucca is a stunt d form of palm
With a resinous grass growing in tie
bead, tin- product ot which contains a
large percentage of picric acid, and
its sole use is for the manufacture of
shimose powder, the M*h explosive
which was used with deadly effect in
the recent war with Russia,
SOUTH   AFRICAN   VETERAN
BLOWS OUT  HIS  BRAINS
London. .Ian. J.���Major Coates Phillips, an officer who   listinguished htm
sell   in   the   South   African   war,  committed suicide here  lasl  night   under
sensational circumstances,
Tlie major bad . een divorced. Some
time ago he made an attempt to kill
himself in tin- residence of his former wile, but was restrained. La.-'
night he returned to the home of
Mrs. ('nates Phillips and forced an entrance. His former wife, her mother
and a daughter were present and saw
the man break in the door and tb d.
The major opened fire with his r -
volver, aiming at every one he could
see and then blew out hie brains. The
mother of Mrs. Coates Phillips was
wounded, but not seriously.
A meeting of the officials of Queen'a
avenue. Westside and Sapperton
Methodist churches was held last
evening ju the league room of Queen's
avenue church to meet Asa Gordou,
K. C, the evangelist, and to discuss
plans tor the forthcoming evangelistic
services.
There was a large and representative gathering, -and the plans were so
far perfected a.- to enable the work
to tie undertaken with every possibility
of success.
Mr. Gordon and his talented wife
will take charge of the services Sunday, both morning, afternoon an !
even.rig in the Queen's avenue church,
and will conduct three meetings a day
for the two v.. eks following.
Mrs. Gordon, who is both a Bpeaker
mil .'.i singer, will preach on Sunday
morning al li o'clock ;.n i address a
in.--.- meeting of the Sunday school
children at 3:15 Sunday afternoon. In
the evening Asa Gordon wdll preach
;'.;i 1 Mrs, ibiiilon win conduct the service.
The-. , i���:��� -��� :;��� arti i people are
carrying on ibis work absoluti ly without rem meration or salary. Any ol-
ferlng thai may < taki n up will be
solely tor local and travelling expenses
S^te
HlfTTA
LUMBER PRICE I
CUT BY WEYERHAUSER
���^m**tr% QLfflfeNTB PKR WEEK.
Biggest Concern Makes a
Large Reduction in Price
of Boards and Fencing.
Res.gns From C. N. R.
Toronto. Jan. 2.���C. W. Spencer,
general manager of the Mackenzie-
Mann lines east of For- William, has
resigned, and according to his own
statement, will devote himself to his
private interests, which have con:, t i
assume large proportions.
In order to equip and maintain the
children's ward which is to be juilt
In the new Royal Columbian hospital,
la society of young people is about to
be formed in this city witn the laudable purpose of raising funds for this
charitable purpose, A meeting 'nas
been called to be held on Saturday
afternoon at 2 o'clock a; the residence
of   Mrs.   V.  A.   Welsh.    Sixth    street,
'when all interested children are requested to be present. It Is expected
that this society, which will be known
as the Children's Ward Supporting
society, will lie formaly orgynized an 1
fairly started on its good work on that
date.
Miss   Annie   Tidy,  the     1907     May J
Qui < n. assi.-te I by her maids of honor,
jMiSBes Bella Hood and Dorothy Reich-
I enbath. is taking a prominent part In
the undertaking, and will endeavor to
' jnterest as many as jiossible of the
May Day celebrants in the noble work.
Funds will be raised by voluntary subscription,   collections, .sales  of  child-
1 ren's work and entertainments.
The   cost  of   maintaining  -a   twelve
; cot children's ward, such as It is pro-
: posed to have in the new building, is
1 not definitely known, but it should not
exceed $1200 a year. The war! will
most   likely   be  reserved   for  children
; of New Westminster and will not be
limited  to  patients supported  by the
.children's society. At tlie present
time plans concerning the new building are not yet perfected, but it has
been deemed .advisable to take steps
to raise the necessary money in time
for it to be used in the furnishing and
equipping of the ward.
iRANS GATHER
IN ANNUAL SESSION
"Samtalemode" Will Last
Three Day s���Speakers
Arrive for Big Event.
St. Paul, Jan. 2.���Deep cuts in the I An anuual rally or convention of
juices of pine lumber have been made all Swedish Lutherans is taking place
by the Weyehaeuser interests.    Other,at the Lutheran church   across    the
concerns have been selling at conces-
Siont from their August price lists,
gen* rally  50  cents  to  $1   a  thousand,
river, tlie meetings having commenced
yesterday evening at 7:45 with the
Revs.  Henderlie,  Norley and    B.    A.
but the Weyerhaeuser cut is from $1 ] Sand leading the devotions. The
te $3 a thousand. Prevailing oondl- | gathering is known as "Samtalemode,"
tions, the tendency toward general and attracts Lutherans from a con-
reductions in prices and decrease| siderable distance, representatives be-
cost of logging this winter are attr:-!jng in attendance from Everett, Bell-
buted by the Weyehaeuser interests ! ingham, Blaine, Vancouver and Vie-
as reasons for the reductions. The toria. Meetings will be held today
N Iu< lions are: from S  a.m. to 10  a.m.,  from  2  p.m.
. Imenslon and timbers. $2 a thou- to 4 p.m.. and from S p.m. to 10 p.m.
sand; common boards. Xos. 1, 2, 3, I , Saturday morning, afternoon and even-
and 6, $1 a thousand; fencing, Nob. ing wm also be occupied with meet-
1 and 2 six-Inch, $1 a thousand: Xo. : ings an(] lectures, the "Samtalemode"
3, Bix-inch, $2: four-inch, $:>, a thou-'being due to close with a monster
sand; C and better, eight inches and j meeting in the I. O. O. F. hall on
wider, S2 a thousand; siding, C and | Sunday evening, when the Rev. O. J.
better, $2: D and E, $3; C an.l Setter, Edwards, of Everett, will be the chief
Norway, $1 a thousand; lath, B0 cent:-   speaker.
a thousand.    No reduction on inch D j . s	
or on thick sets and shop.
H. W.  KENT HAS  RESIGNED
FROM   B. C. TELEPHONE CO.
SIX  PROBATIONERS ADDED
TO THE  HOSPITAL STAFF
For the first time in the history of
the Royal Columbian hospital,   girls
belonging to this city have been'admitted as probationers on the regular
staff,    this   departure   having   been
forced on the board of directors owing
to thi   difficulty  experienced  In    obtaining  a   sufficient   number    of  probationers from outside |>oiuts.   Of the
six   vmiiig  ladies  wdio  have    entered
tbe hospital with a view to graduating
as nurses,  two are from  New Wester, these being Miss Hilda Turn-
li'ill and Mis., Atkins.   The other four
itloners  hail   from  Port    Moody,
Cloverdale,   Vancouver   and  Nannimo
���    ectlvely.
Nurse Campbell, who graduated only
'��� ��  days ago, will remain on   the
'���   nhir hospital staff for a few weeks
'���for,, taking up private oases
ai this city.
Vancouver, Jan. 2.���II. W. Kent,
general superintendent of the B. C.
Telephone company for many years,
has tendered his resignation to the
board of directors. It will take effect
at t'he end of the present month. It
,Is re|K>rted that owing to the poor
health of his wife, Mr. Kent is contemplating a lengthy sojourn In Southern California, and he nny leave for
the south in February.
The directors of the company have
not yet considered the appointment
of Mr. Kent's successor, but it Is reported that the office will fall to
George H. Halse, at present secretary
of the company.
REVISITS WESTMINSTER      BELL PHONES BOUGHT HI
AFTER FOURTEEN TEARS      MANITOBA GOVERNMENT
DOZEN DOUKHOBORS WALK
NAKED THROUGH CITY
W. McDonald, fourteen yeari age a
resident  of   this city,   but   since    engaged   in   lumber and   mining  industries in ottier parts of the province,
yesterday  revisited New  Westminster
ind     renewed     acquaintances    with1
friends of long    ago.    The    changes
that time   has   wrought   in   tais    city
make it difficult for Mr. McDonald to'.
recognize many of tne old landmarks ,
having disapiieared in the big fire of
1898, while others nad g'.ven way  to
more substantial buildings required in I
the development of the city.    When
last in the neighborhood. Mr. McDon-
Aid had tieen working in company with
Alex. Charleson in lumber camps, and
after making a few general inquiries,
he   commenced   to hunt   up old   ac-;
quaintances and duly informed them
of his    return.    For   the    past    few
mouth's he has been    superintending
some extensive logging operations on
| Nelson's island, and expects to return
there afteT his holiday is over.
Winnipeg, Jan. 2.���Premier Roblin,
at the clcsa of the cabinet meeting
yesterday, stated that the Manitoba
government bad purchased the business and plant of the Bell Telephone
Co. in Manitoba, at a price of $3,300,-
000, and has purchased supplies and
equipment in addition to the amount
of $100,000. Payment will be made in
4 1-year 4 per cent, debentures at par
value.
The Bell company will now proceed to negotiate the sale of its sys-
ttms in Alberta and Saskatchewan.
LONG   LOST   SAVING ���
OF  CHRIST   IS  FOUND!
ENGINEER   IS GIVEN
THIRY   DAYS'   NOTICE
Chicago.  Jan.
-The   Daily   News
Calgary, Alta., Jan. 2.���The final
session of the city council was an
eventual one. R. E. Speakman, city
engineer, was given thirty days' notice
ti  :,  .  says:    A new saying of Christ.
lost to the  world  for 1000 years and   of "dismlssal) there being considerable
found in Egypt, was given to the world  djssatjsfactjon with    his    work. - The
for the first time today by  Professor  Sa]ai.y jg $2Snn    The mmm mpQn of
Henry  A.  Sanders,  of the  University   ^ dvic ���ghtlng p,ant ^^ a ���
of Michigan. proflt of ?26,000, the net being   about.
The long lost fragrant belongs    In   $��� 000    The buiWlng ^Tmits excml
the sixteenth chapter of the gospel of  j2,000,000 for the eyar.
St.  Mark  and  follows  the fourteenth I 	
verse.    The new verse    reads    thus:
"T!:e limit of th- years of the power   NOME  NOMADS  MADE
oj  Satan  has been  fulfilled,  but other RECORD  FOR COAST
;��� rrible things are at hand, and I was 	
delivered unto death on behalf Of Salt Lake City, Jan. 2.���The Nome
those who sinned in order that they j basketball team met its second de-
may return to the truth and sin no ; feat since its tour began here yester-
more, to the end that they may in-' day. The Salt Lake Y. M. C. A. won
herit the spiritual, indestructible glory ! by a score of 39 to 33. The Nome
of righteousness which is in heaven.' | team won Tuesday  night from Whit-
MANY   HINDUS  ARE
LEAVING TRANSVAAL
tier college at Las Vegas, Nev., score
33 to 20.
Nome has made the best coast record of any travelling team.
T IS TURNING OUT
FIRST CANADIAN COINS
Otl iwa, .las. 2.���The new royal mint
was formally opened tliis afternoon
by the governor-general Invitations
ft'ere sent out to Sir Wilfrid Luurter
nil'l members of the cabinet, to a
lumber of prominent parliamentarians
ai"l citizens and to many outsiders.
I!'"> wen, shown over the Institution
''���'��� (he officials, and saw the wonderful
win-making machines turning out
Whal will really be the first Canadian
coinage,
""'te will be a retintry constructed
'�� connection with the mint. Gold and
lver, Which comes from the smelters,
!i"' he relied upon as being of the
" '      le��ree  Of purity,  the    proper
,'11"'' or fibre for coinage.   The
' ' ''::" refinery will be   |n    the
���'���'���  '��� Rftoen thousand dollars.
Fort     Williams,     Jan.     2.���Twelve
Doukhobors  marched  from house  to
house yesterday from where they live
to the city and walked absolutely nude
for more than half a mile through the
city streets. The party of si\ men and
six women were finally herded into a
bowling alley on Simpson street and
then placed in cabs and escorted back
to their bouse by Chief Dodds and a
guard over them.
The parade caused great excitement,
They have been very quiet .and orderly
ii]) to the present and have been working larousd the city. Seventy-nine are
now here. The authorities (ire communicating wilh Ottawa.
Electricians have just finished installing new electric light fixtures 1"
SI. Andrew's church, and on Sunday
next tlie new lights will be used for
the first time. The body of the sacnsl
edifice will be illumined from two 25
lamp clusters, while the choir loft will
lie equipped with a series of powerful
lights. The pastor's desk is supplied
with a reading lamp of choice design,
and altogether, the church win be
the brightest in New Westminster.
The members of the A and B companies, Sixth regiment, D. C. O. R-,
turned out in force on New Years
Day to welcome their friends at a
social in the armouries. An indoor
baseball match proved to be a good
drawing card for the lovers of the
game, while another attraction was
a relay race between members of A
and B companies, the latter being the
winner. A company was represented
by Privates H. Wiggins, C. Feeney
and H. Gilley, while their victorious
opixments were F. Lund, H. Archibald
and W. Sangster. A wrestling match
between Harry McArthur and Tom
Cunningham was won by the tatter
after a hard bout. A smoking race.
potato race, blindfold 'boxing contest
and other similar attractions rounded
out a well filled program. Refreshments were served to visitors In one of
the side rooms.
Pretoria, Jan. 2.���The Transvaal
government has lost no time in enforcing the provisions of the immigration restriction act which requires all
Asiatics in this country to register.
Several British-Indian leaders, including an eminent lawyer, who refused
to comply with the conditions of the
act, have been ordered to leave the
country within forty-eight hours, and
many others have been arrested. A
number of Chinese have been similarly treated.
Since the passage of the act 5000
residents of British India have left
the colony and there are 700 still
here who refuse to register.
BIG COAL FIRE MAY
DESTROY WHOLE TOWN
On New Years Day the New Westminster  senior  football  team  caused
I no little surprise at Queen's park by
: defeating    the     hitherto     Invincible
| Thistles.    With  the  slope  in    their
! favor the Thistles  played a vigorous
. attack during the first half and   after
, measuring the strength of their op-
! ponents for a few minutes made des-
: perate but ineffectual efforts to break
I through the line of the Rovers.   With
ten minutes to play Lockhart shot and
; Rogers   failed to  clear.    A   Fleming
secured  and  scored.    This was    tne
only goal of the game and the   final
| whistle found the  Westminsters victors by 1-0.    The defence put up by
the locals was excellent and their attack was strong.
Fifth avenue on New Years night
was the scene of a daring burglary
when the house of Dave Curry was
entered by midnight marauders and
a sum of money stolen. The burglars
secured some ninety dollars and made
good their escape. The police have
iieen notified and Detective Bradshaw
has started on the trail of the burglars.
The Georgia, outward bqund for
Mexican ports, left the city yesterday with a cargo of ties and box
sbooks.
FIAG MUST FLOAT OR
SUBSIDY IS FORFEIT
PICKLES  TOOK ONE  OF
FIFTY-SEVEN   VARIETIES
Pittsburg, Pa., Jan. 2.���Fire is rag-
! ing in Coal Centre, about 50 miles
i south of here on the MonongahalB
river, it is feared that most of I'ue
town will be destroyed. The fire
started in the tipple of the Vesta mine.
owned toy the Jones & McLaughlin
Co., of Pittsburg, which was completely destroyed. The loss on the tipple,
. it is said, will exceed $100,000.
At midnight the flames had swept
an   area  equal   to   a   city  block     and
' were  s'ill  spreading.    Most    of    tbe
I buildings  so far destroyed  are  small
and inexpensive.
Worms in Breakfast Food.
Harrisburg, Pa., Jan. 2.���According
to the report an analytical examination of eighty-three breakfast foods
sold in Pennsylvania, made under the
direction of State Dairy and Food
Commissioner Foliate, numerous
worms and hugs were found in the
samples. '   ���
I
Bank of Enigland Rate Lowered-
London.   Jan.   2.-   Tne  pate  Of   dis
count of the Bank of Engl ind was reduced from 7 to 6 per cent, today.
Winnipeg. Jau. 2.���Trouble is brew-,
ing In the Mennonlte districts of the1
province on   account  of the  govern-
ment's compulsory policy of flying the I
Cnlon Jack over all the public school I
houses of the province.    On pain of
losing  their  government  grant these
people have not been flying the   flag
as regularly   as   the   regulation    de*|
niands  and the government has    decided to enforce the law and withhold
the grant.
Representative Mennonltes have
urged that the government amend the
school act in the ensuing session of
the lions ��� so that Mennonlte people
might be exempt (from the n->e.s'tv
of tljlng the flag on their schools.
In the fond hope that name and
number would prove a profltalble association, C. Pickles bought ticket 57
in Gainons' New Years' Eve drawing.
The resulting combination headed the
list of winners, the "variety" awarded
Mr. Pickles being a case containing
two Peterson pipes. The other lucky
ticket holders were Capt. Wilberg, 81;
Kelllngton, 41: Flnmerfelt, 25; F.
Nash, 29; A. Leamy. 1; George Cunningham, jr.. 37; A. Bell, 92: A. Sinclair, 32: R. McMurphy, 17; J. Miller,
105. Tickets sold numbered 130.
eleven prizes being awarded.
Th- winners in Joe Quoy's raffles
wer" as follows: Highest throw. L.
Fraser, B. Wilberg, W. Hudson, W.
Hudson, J. Linn. Lowest. H. West, G.
Walsh, C. H. Perkins. H. West, W.
Doyle. Pipes and other smokers1 requisites were the prizes awarded.
LAST GAMING TABLE
SMASHED NEAR  DENVER
FIREMEN ARE SLASHED
BY ARMED JAPANESE
Denver, Jan. 2.���The closing Of the
gambling eetalbisbments at Petersburg by direction of District Attorney
J. W. 11. Smith, of Arapahoe county, !
marked the passing of the list gaming
talble In the vicinity of Denver. Mr.
Smith filed informations against Frank
De Mandel In fifteen cases, charging |
him with conducting gambling rooms.!
Chinese Paper to Appear.
Vancouver. Jan. 2.���The Sun Bo Co.,
Ltd., has been incorporated to publish
the Chinese Reform Gazette.   The paper will be issued three times a weekj
and   has    secured   quarters   in    the
Chinese  Reform  association  building. \
The first issue is booked to appear on j
Friday.
Vancouver, Jan. 2.���Three city firemen, t rost, Andersons and McDona.-,
were set upon 'by a mob knife-armed
Japanese early yesterday morning and
left for dead at the corner of Powell
street and Gore avenue, two blocks
from tbe city police station.
The men were clothed In distinctive
uniforms with brass buttons. By accident, Frost fell against a window of
a Japanese store and smashed the
plate glass. In an instant the Japanese proprietor rushed out. Many of
his countrymen immediately came to
join in the fight, for it was in the
centre of the Japanese district, that
the incident occurred.
The firemen are athletic young men,
but they were overpowered after a
fight, when the flesh of their faces had
been torn into ribbons by the razor-
like knives the orientals carried.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY.  JAN.  3.   19C3.
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GREAT   SLAUGHTER  OF $50,000 WORTH OF
MIME & House furnishings
AT
JOHN A. LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture Emporium |
Beginning FRIDAY, January 3rd, 1908, we throw upon the market the largest stock of Furniture and
House Furnishings ever offered the people of New Westminster and vicinity, and have marked the goods down
to such prices as will speedily clear them from our warehouses. In marking the goods, the actual cost has
been entirely eliminated from our minds, and we can assure our numerous customers that this is the most alluring and finest, and Greatest Genuine Furniture Sale that has been brought before the public. Just glance
over the few quotations below that we have picked at random.
Iron and
Brass
Beds
Regular $i.nO Steel Beds; special  $3-15
Regular $5.25 Steel Beds; special  $4-35
Regular $5.75 Steel Beds; special  $4'00
Regular $7.50 Steel Beds; special      $5-95
Finer Goods in Beds
These are the best English manufacture and stand back of every
one tor quality and strength.      Brass and iron bedsteads.
Regular $9.00; special $6-85
Regular $12.00; special    .' $8-35
Regular $30.00; special $15.85
Only two left of this last Item-and  they   are the   best  we    can
s'iiow you  in  English beds.
Dining
Room
Furniture
DINING
ROOM
We have a fine selection of dining room   furniture,   newest    and
latest designs.
CHAIRS
In hardwood frames, beautifully embossed lacks, extra strong and
suitable to match the best appointed dining room  furniture.    Regu-
51.
lar $1.75; special
.$1.15
Feather seats dining worn chairs; complete set of six for. ..$14.55
EXTENSION TABLES
Opening out to six feet or eight feet, all of Britisli Imperial oak.
Regular $10.00;  special at    $6.50
Regular $22.00; special iat  $15.90
This last item quoted has a 44  inch  piano polish  top    and    five
fluted legs.
Solid Oak
Morris
Chairs
With  velour  Denim and tapestry cushions
Regular $11.00;   special at    $5.50
Regular $12.00;   special at   ' $6.S5
Only six of these chairs to .sell, so dou't come  late.
Taborets and Jardinere Stands
Something unequalled in the history of the furniture business. The
taborets are all the newest and latest designs and will clear out at
the special price of, each 65c
Extra Double Special
Combination Sideboard
and China Cabinet
Tliis is made of best Imperial oak with large collarette, and two
plate drawers in base; commodious china cabinet attached; rithd
with four shelves and 'best English bevel plate mirror. Cheap al
$46.00;  special at $34.C0
Couches
In velour and tapestries, newest  and   latest designs  in   oovermgs.
Hardwood frame couch, regular $12.00;  special    $5.75
Others at equally low reductions.
Dressers and Stands
All designs, makes and patterns; regular $18.50, $2;;.0o and $35.00,
Each and every piece a credit to the cabinet makers' craft; going
at   $14.90, $19.00 and $28.50
Good Serviceable
Chcirs
These are all double runged chairs,    well    Qnishe I    and    nicely
polished.
Regular (15c;  special    49c
Regular 80c; special   70c
Regular $1.50;   special    $1.10
$100.00 to the hospital if you can beat us on those prices.
Rockers
Just one dozen rockers In ash and elm; goad, strong and serviceable furniture at slashing prices.    Embossed backs, impervous seats.
Regular $3.00; special $1.85
Regular $5.00; special  ��$3.95
Regular $9.00; special   $7.20
Side-
boards
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In Pacific and quartered oak. Our collection of these well known
sideboards must be cleared; all fitted with English plate Levelled
mirrors. Regular $211.00, $32.00 and $49.00; special at $15.85, $24.30
and $41.50.
We have just received a large consignment of best English oilcloths and linoleums. These are the finest goods the world can produce; you know the Engli.sh quality. They are slightly damaged, but
you wouldn't know it if we didn't tell you. Regular 45c per yard
goods special at.  19c
These goods are all In two yard widtns. '
Cash Only, During This Sale.
No Phone Orders Can Be Taken.
J. A* Lee's Mammoth Furniture Emporium
Dupont Block,
Columbia Street,
New Westminster,  B. C. Ffi,DAV. MN.  3-   1MB.
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
Phone  101
j REICHENBACH
:   COMPANY,   - -   LTD.
��� ��� ���
H
^^^H PURE GOODS ARE
I Cowan's perfection Cocoa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's CaKe Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
���     ���
Wholesale and Retail Butchers   !
Wasn't Delicate at All.
A young man not regarded as a
verj desirable Buitor had called upon
;. young lady a number of times,
each time to he told by Hie maid
that "Mist Florence i- not well today."
One da; in respon-e to hi* can!
tbe ��� ly's mother, who was a
reci : -ion to tlie newly rich
r;:n!;s and whose education was not
ire a  it might lie. appeared nnd
explained once more to tlie young
man thai the daughter was not well.
"I  am    'Tv sorry, indeed,"   aid
vo ��� | man as he rose to go.
"thai       : daughter is bo delicate."
��� ; ii    ste?" Bniffed the mother.
���       ���  ���   delicate?     NTo1   ai   all.
Wl,    -!:c i< the most indelicate girl
you i     ���  t."
I
FOR YOUR NEXT ORDER OF MEAT
Columbia Street
��� I
SPECIAL I
SALE
��� ��� ��� ���
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
TIIH NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the prasent time.
 1   The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
Mew Westminster Branch.      f". B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
I
OF
j Men 'i
Unde
Hit Scheme Worked All Right.
i       related thai a certain man
��� was recently very sad because his
wife had gone out of town on a
visit, which she would not shorten
! in  spite  of  his  appeals  to  her  to
conic home.    He finally hit upon a
plan to induce her to return.    He
' Rent her a copy of each of the local
papers with one item clipped out.
and when she wrote to find out what
it was he had clipped out he refused
to tell her.
The  scheme   worked admirably.
In less than B week she was hmne to
find out what it was that had been
going on that her husband didn't
want her to know about.
She Could See For herself.
Mrs. Citlly���Bridjret, who was that at
the door just now?    Bridget���A leddy
, wantln' t' know If we had furrnlshed
j rooms.   Mrs. Citlly���What did you tell
her?    Bridget��� Sure, an'  I towld  her
that   nil   our   rooms   were  furrnlshed.
She's lookin' at the lib'ry now.���Puck.
I
Lack of Confidence.
Visitor���Do they treat you well here?
Prisoner ��� Generally they does, only
thfiy hurts me feelin's by their lack of
confidence. They won't let me have *
latchkey.
wear\
I    Double Screened Nut
THE ONE-MINUTE
WASHER
Odd lines in plain and striped
goods; our usual good values,
75c and $1 the garment. To
clear
i
The pood housewife likes the "One-
minute Washer" tecause it does its
work better, faster and e:isier than
any  other.
CALL  AND   INSPECT.
T. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Condensed
Advertisements
WANTED���Man or woman wi h
horse and buggy to take ordeis
and de!iv<-r teas and coffees. Must be
a good hustler. A good proposition
to the righl party, References re-
aulf< d as to horn sty. Apply In own
hax-dwritlng to it. E. C. Hooper, 536
Pender utreet, Vancouver,
T^OUND, TWO WEEKS AGO, FISH-
-1- tag skiff on north arm. Name N.
W. Tit. Apply at this office.
GIRD WANTED   IN    FAMILY   OF
.two. Apply first house below convent, west side of Albert Crescent.
JAPANESE     BOY     ATTENDING,
school wants work with good family   in   return   for   room    and   board,
; Apply Box 645, city.
|	
JAPANESE LADIES WANT QEN-
era! housework for month, or
j washing clothes by the day. Apply to
is. Matsumura, P. u. Box 296, city.
POSITION WANTED AS WORK-
*��� Ing housekeeper; go��.d cook.
Apply at News office.
T AROE FRONT ROOM FOR RENT
*-* after January,1st. Corner 4th
Ave. ami iltli street. All conveniences.
LOST-^OOLD PURSE WITH   LET-
ti .'    T    on    outside,    containing
Ismail sum of money. Notify this office
and  receive  reward.
WANTED���Girl  mornings for bedroom  work.    Apply to Mrs. C.
j A. iucKillop.
TT7ANTED���BED SITTING ROOM
j �� �� for single gentleman. Reply by
i letter to  A.   C,    Daily   News,   P.   O.
Box  C93.
D���YOUNG   LADY,    JUST
school   preferred,    to take
i care of office.     Apply   D.  C,  Daily
! News office.
YOUNG  JAPANESE  BOY   WANTS
situation  as house boy;   honest
'and intelligent;  speaks good English.
' Address   G.  NISHI,    P.  O. Box 414,
New  Westminster.
WANTED���A NUMBER OF 1-iRST
class laborers.    Apply to Quig-
ley, near Small & Bucklin's.
FOR  SALE.  tlOOD URY  FIR, $u.0J
per cord, C, 0. D.    J. A. Fair or
Abbot & Hyde, phone 321.
VV     left   i
Stove-pipes
each
I See our west window.
i        	
Limited
���  ISal   I ���   Bta��   ������ ���    W        ���      - -"--���- ���-   -  -  ������'     |
We will give a discount of 20 perl
cent, of f regular prices on all goods I
Sold for Cash  in our Crockery and |
Glassware stock. i*'
PHILLIPS
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
W
Belyea&Co.
Telephone 150
ANTED,    le MAN WITH TEAM
to  draw  wood.    Apply  W.  J.
I   Sni.iay.ioq   'Aj.iado.uI   }30J)s:   qtyaMj,
i Kerr,'City.
WANTED BY GENTLEMAN, MOD-
ern furnished room In private
j family.     Address    V.   S.,   cure   Daily
News.
|	
LOST ���  LADIES'  GOLD   BREAST
pin,    set    with    diamonds,    gold
', locket attached.    Return to News office.    Five dollars reward.
DR. HATHERLY, Optician and doctor of Ophthalmolgy. Cures
Nervous and Chronic Headaches by
skillfully prescribed glasse��.
Parlors on Sixth St., Murchle
block, New Westminster.
I
Special Prices
-FOR-
ADAMS &   DEANS  The Canadian Bank of Commerce This Week
Phone 97.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Dally
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
yuick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANu ALL POINTS EAST
Bteamship  tickets  ou  sale    to  all
European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
*,��r I'll information call on or write
C, E. LANG, General Agent,
*W Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Prompt delivery Paid.up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
  --.'I HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
8.   E.  WALKER,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD.  General  Manager.
] Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
\ The only all rail route between al)
points east, west and south 'o Ross-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'-iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelso:J
Effective    Sunday,
November    10,
I ooi.
Leave
5.20 a.m.
t2.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. Spokane 7^5 Pm-
Rossland ...410 p.m.
...Nelson  ��.4S P-��-
H. A. JACKSON.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued at the following rates:
JBand under  3 cents
Over $r> and not exceeding $10  6 cents
Over $10 and not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 and not exceeding $50 lo cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office in Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points in
the United States.
Negotiable at a flxed rate at
THE CANADIAN BANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
they form an excellent method of remitting  small  sums  of money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
f*r       ADVERTISE       Tki
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NEWS
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
jsr       ADVERTISE      "**
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU Want a Situation.
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, JANUARY, 3rd.
Henry    B.   Harris,
Manager of "The Lion and the Mouse"
Company announces
The Favorite American Actor
RALPH   STUART
���   ���IN���        -',   '
The Great College Play
Pineapples 3 ft. for 25c STR0NGHEART
Selected Eastern Eggs,
30c per doz.
White 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
(By  William  C.  De  Mille)
"In all the world no show like this."
The greatest theatrical achievement
of modern times.
Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
Prices $1.50, $1.00, 75c and 50c.
60 VMM1
��� EXPERIENCE
KYLE'S
Good Cheer Store
j 'Phone 276      255 Front St.
Orders carefully made up
and delivered expeditiously.
ATENTS
Tradc Marks
Ocsmns
  Copyrights Ac. ���
Anyone lending a sketch and description may
quickly ascertain our opinion free whether am
InTonilon li probably    -���������-���-   " ������
tlona strictly confident
sent tree. Oldest aftenw ... _.__
Pnteuts taken through Munn k <
special notice, without charge. m the
icy for securlngj
jmniunlca.
.on Patent!
iptXKM "Via* Of    ���� IVUUIS��WHW.BiW|   ���*��� -������
Scfoilif ic HnieiKait.
A handsomely Ulustreted weekly.' largest circulation of any scientific journal. Terms for
Canada, U.K a year, poctmu prepaid. Sold by
nil newsdealer*.
MUNN Mo.36'*01*'1* New York
Brandi Office, tBi F St.. Washing-ton, D. C. '
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THE   DAILY   NEWS
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50 <% off
ON ALL
MINERALOGIST
JOINS   THE   LE
POi   STAFF
TOYS
C. A. McKlLLOP,
SUCCESSOR TO R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
Phone 310. ���	
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at the|r
OfflOM,   corner of    Sixth    ami    Front
streets. New Westminster, B. c.
OKLAHOMA POURS
BEER INTO THE SEWER
K.  a.  c irlj le,  the  ti'si   ; '"��� inctal
mineralogist  and who    organized the|
bun . . of mln      b is be n .
a; pi Inti l  oon -     I . -  ens ol  tl
���. Le Ri'i, Mining and Snv Itin i om
e> I pany, Rossland, according newi re-
w cently received In the citj.
Mr. Carlyle has a world wide reputation as a mining enginei       it'- lefl
the employment of tlie provincial government to sol  us superintendent fori
the    liritish    American     cor] iration
which   formerly operated   the l.c Rol
mine    Some  ..ears  later In-  left   tint
company to  become mana^'-r of    tin-
Rio Tinto  Copper   (lining  company
operating the Rio Tinto mine in Spain,
one of the largest copper mines    in
; the world.    It. is only lately  that he
Ih��s several his connection with that
, company and has set up as  i consulting engineer In London.
!
���
PRINTING
i
Have your printing done In
town by the local modern
high grade printert���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY  NEWS  BLOCK
A New Subdivision
::   \> ait 11
I,-     wl.al   ;i   '"'-'I   in.'.n,- .������ i'.iv(    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
M,   i,   D   Bourke has jus. autborlz' I us to soil ii
Twelfth street  property, bordering on Twtlfth :    ' -       �� Th
teenth street, and a lane.
l graded and In grass, and     tnnia
The propertj Is all clean I, f< ace
Of the Belt i and the  North   Arm.
a charming view
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Hot Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone   A. 877
Front St. New Westminster
E.
A.
Paige.
Ma
nag
ing   Director
���Tjjj
"i��j,
1
FRIDAY.
JAN.
3.
1908.
Oklahoma City, Jan. 2.���Twenty-
three hundred barrels of beer, valued
at $1",500, belonging to the new state
brewery, was poured Into the sewers
of this city by United state- Internal
Revenue Collector Charles Howard.
The brew was complete I after OkKi-
iioma became a state. The suite authorities would not permit Its sa|(��
or shipment from the state.
UNSANITARY CARS AND DEPOTS
The attention of the local manager
Of   the   Ii.   0.   L   R.   is  called   to   the
very unsanitary condition of the inter-
urban cars leaving this oity.   We understand   thai   an  effort   is   made  to
clean each car once a day at the Vancouver end of the  line,    The pool.-, of
germ laden expectoration that are in
evidence <m  entering  the cars here
both in the smoking compartment and
the  larger compartment  are   In    no
sense conducive to comfort.   The conductor on the generally crowded car
is  tiKi  bus;;   to  check   persons  gU'llty
of the filthy habit ol spitting for whom
the Provincial Health Law lei i o ' terrors,    The  Provincial   Police  saould
aid  the officers  of  the  company  to
check this nuisance and bring offenders before the Stipendary Magistrate.
A   few  convictions would   effectually
Btop the evil and give the company an
easier task of keeping the cars clean
and add much to tha comfori  of Its
patrons     vVe  would  suggest  thai   In
the construction of car.    In    future.
some toilet accomodation te provided
as   Is   found on  other ��� he-trie  roads
of the game dl itan   ,    T'.iis act otno-
'Lition  is all the more neccs: ary be
cause of the unsanitary state ol these
convenienci b al q l< b end of the lite .
The  waiting  room   In this city   i.< a
ne nace to public health and the wonder is that ihe ladeci nl publicll.  b is
not arrested the attention of the <>iii-
ei rs of the company.   The foul stench
happily does not reach the enclosed
offices,     otherwise      the      employees
would   run   a   dangerous   risk   by   remaining in IhSra. We are aware of the
intention of the company  to enlarge
its   station   premises   and    create    reforms in the matter, lint, in th > meantime it is possible to mitigate the danger  to   public    health,    and    offence
against   public   decency.     We do   not
���call  attention  thus  in   the    spirit    or
niiTpiiiK criticism, but do BO in the In-1
terests of both the public and (tie employees  and  hope   that   further men-'
Con  win  be unnecessary.
STRIKING  BOILERMAKERS
ORDERED BACK TO WORK
Tacoma. Jan. 2.���The bollermakers'
strike on Hi'' Northern Pacific railroad was formally declared off today,
all over the system. The bollermakers
of the read have acknowledged defeat
for months past, but were holding out
with the striking bollermakers of other
roads at the request of the strikers on
the Erie system, who thought they
HEALTH  OF  CZARINA | wouM  wi|1  (jjelr fight  on  I hat  road  if
CAUSES GREAT anxiety the Btrike continued general,
I    Today, however, the    Erie    boiler*
St. Petersburg, Jan. 2.���It is learned   makora ,,���,.*- up (,���. ,I:,)1W, and w(,rd
that the present condition of the Elm-'        wlred lhe strikcrs who     ���   at
press Alexandra, who has been 111  for  the So,]th Tacoma Kn<)||S ,Q ^ ,,.���.,. ,0
time  from Influenza, and    in a, work at ,nG oIfl Bf.,1(.dlll<. of ,���.���.���,  Sn
NOTICE
Heretofore this propet I could only b
Beperate lots can be had al prices justified
easy  terms.
Plan of subdivision at our office
urcta i-   '        i
.   local    (Midi  o.
but now
ind  iivei
Malins, Coulthard & Co. w.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
weakened condition us the result of a
severe regimen to reduce her weight,
is complicated by expectations of
child-birth.
Under    these    circumsta
majesty's   general   weaknes
ning to arouse concern.
i ������     her
Is begin-
An instructive an.l Inters ting lecture will be given in the I. <>. o. P.
hall on Saturday evening by th ��� Rev.
O. .1. Edwards, of Everett, Wash., who
will deitl in ihe course of tlie evening
with such topics as "Views-on Bible
History. 1'he   Holy   Land,"   ''SMf'"��� ��� r
ing of the Martyrs, rhe Drunkard's
Home," etc. The steroptloon views
anil moving pictures with which the
lecture is Illustrated ate specially
chosen, and are considered as among
the finest yet produced. Illustrated
songs win lie Interspersed with the
different topics.
many bollermakers have been imported from the east thai few of the
strikers will be able to get their old
jobs back, and Ihe strike, they declare,
virtually amounts now to a lockout
against them.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
eilacd  dlor.W.   New Weatmlnater.  *.C
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese  Labor Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box  545.
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Ford,
of Hammond, B. c , occupation lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following descri: ed lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
the southwest, corner of lot 1GC0 New
Westminster Land District', thence
north 20 chains more or less to the N-
W. corner of said lot lUOO, thence east
100 chains, thence south to Uie shore,
thence westerly along the shore, id
the point of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per H. S. Ford, agent,
Dated Dec. :',. 1907.
CHOICE BEEF
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily-
Best of Farmer's Pork
Pacific Meat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
NOTICE
New   Westminster   Land   District
District  of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE th it C. W. Preston,
of Seattle, occupation Broker, intends
to apply for permission to purchase
the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted at
tL~ southeast corner of lot. 1020,
thencd .west 20 chains to the east
boundary of T. L. No. 11734, thence
south SO cfialtW, thence east to shor \
thence north ;i!r)ug the shore to the
point of commencement.
CHA8. W. PREST IN
Dated Dec. 14. 1907.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS
To all our friends
A Happy New  Year
Phone 192
The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   - 275 Columbia Street
I
m
Speaking on the proposal to abolish
night   sessions  at   Ottawa   Mr.   Foster
said he    thought    a    time    limit   on
speeches wan Ihe true remedy.    Members  of the   House  were  Incline.!   to
get long-winded and amid much good
latured laughter Bald, "I ladmll   I ,ani !
Inner In this respeel mj self."   The
'confession  'uas  come   late   for   ' fl in-
sard" is nearly on" fifth t iken
hi* speeches exci pi i he f
w i    in retirement
Moderately   Priced
MEN'S SHOES
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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
U  I
ars
Karl   Gi
Women's
i'     other
ey in speaking before tin
Canadian  club al   Montr
a    a I'd     "If  yon  would
Bhul tin doors of your houses again it
th" men win corrupt the SOUl'Ci i of
vioinestic, civic and national life, In
the same way that you exclude from
your drawing rooms the man who
cheats at cards; If you would refuse'
the approval of your jmlle to the man
who hits below the bell in sport, business or politics, then the star of Montreal would shine with a brilliancy
which would make its brilliancy felt
not only over Canada but over the
United States.
These words should be written in
letters of gold In every Canadian
home. Then, Indeed, would the era
of corruption in politics and In business pass away.
Very Happy New Year
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J. Eugene Brown & Co.
THE UP-TO-DATE CLOTHIER.
^u Westminster Iron Works
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GENERAL MACH1NJU ami HiWUlNl
WORK.
This Home of Good
priced Shoes for Men.
Shoes is very  strong <m its line of moderate
Whether you may want a pair of fine shoes or a heavy working boot,
we can show you
$jj The Best $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 to $5.00 Shoes on Earth
YOUR SATISFACTION
MEANS OUR SUCCESS
American   and   French  Trade.
Paris, Jan.  2.���Negotiations for the :
conclusion of a  definite    commercial
agreement between France    and    the
United States are now proceeding so i
satisfactorily that the French govern-j
ment, without any request on the P'H't
of the United States, has extended the
life of the decree which permits Porto'
Rican  coffee  to  enter  France    upon
payment of the minimum rate of duty,
until   February  1.
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JOHNSTON'S
Big  Shoe  House,  Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster
BTRUCTTJRAL IKON    wtiKK.
Ornamental
Fences, Gates,
Iron   Worn,   luciurtlai
Fire talscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence in
vlted.
JOHN RFID,
BBGBIE BTKHJUT.
New Westminster, r. O. ��7I
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re 1/ils 1 to 9 (Inclusive) of a portion of Lot 94, Group 1, Map 440, New
Vi'cstminster district.
Whereas proof of the ��oss of Certificate of Title Number 16715a, issued
In the name of Peter Latham, haa
been tiled In this office
Notice Is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication here
of, issue a duplicate of the Biild certificate, unless In I ho meantime valid
objection he made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District. Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Olllce, New Westminster, B. 0., Oct. 24. 1907.
tir       ADVKRTISF,       '��
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HE      DAILY      NEWS
If You've LOST Anything.
FOR SALE
FRESH   FISH
Fresh TOM   CODS
Fresh WHITINGS
Fresh HERRINGS
Fresh LEN   COD
Fresh HALIBUT
Fresh SOLES
Fresh BALED CRABS
SMOKED FISH
Smoked   SALMON
Smoked   HALIBUT
Smaked   KIPPERS
Smoked  BLOATERS
Smoked COD
���AT���
ROYAl CITY FISH CO.
Telephone 40.
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cherp labor question
Just   have your garments,
with the Union   Label
attached, made by   :   :
J. N. AITCHISON
Columbia St.       New Westminster [DAY. JA
V 3. 1908.
THE   DAILY   >EWS.
PAGE FIVE
The Cash Stores
Great
Annual
Bigger Stocks, Bigger Bargains and Better
Values combine to make this
Sale a Grand Success.
As the time is limited before our Annual Inventory
of all stocks, we have reduced prices regardless of
former prices, and on many lines of winter goods,
cost prices have been utterly ignored, being the policy
j of the store to carry nothing over, when a low price
will have the desired effect.
I5c White Cotton, 81-2 c
1,000 yards White Cotton, mill ends;
some slightly imperfect; quality up to
any 15c value.  Sale price, S l-2c.
$1.50 Large Size Quilts, $1,0(1
Only 100 of this line, full size, 72 in.
wide: regular $1.50 for $1.00.
200 yards 12 l-2c Wide Apron
Lawn, ai 8c.
255 pairs Double and Single Border
Lace Curtains at 75c pr.
A chance for hotel and boarding house
keepers to lay in a supply.
1,000 vards English and German Kim-
mina Cloths, extra heavy weight, velour
finish all good colors, including lines at
35c and 40c yard. Sale price 25c.
25c Frilled Sash Muslin, 10c.
500 yards Lace Stripe, Coin Spot and
Fancy Leno Sash Muslins, 27 in. to 36
in. wide, our 15c, 20c and 25c lines ;
now 10c.
Sheets $1.75 instead of ��2.25
20 dozen ready-to-use Sheets, bottom
hem 1 in., top hem 2 in., made of heavy
;lish sheeting; size 20 x 90 ; regular
price $2.25.   Sale price $1.75.
Hemstitched Pillow Cases
40 in., 25c, instead of 35c.
44, 16 in. 30c, instead of 40c.
Plain Pillow Cases
40 in. 12 l-2c instead of 15c.
'1" m. 20c instead of 25c.
44 in, 25c, instead of 35c.
50e 5(j in. Bleached Table Linen, 35c.
60c 70 in. Unbleached Table Linen, 45c
$1-50 70 in. Bleached Table Linen, 95c.
20c 27 in. Check Glass Toweling for 15c
gjfc 24 in. Huck Toweling for 18c,
Watch for the announcement of Our
Great White wear Sale.
$1,25 Evening Gowninqs for
75c
French Eoiiennes, Crepe de Chenes,
Marquisettes and Voiles, in every wanted evening shade of sky, nile, cham-
paigne, pearl grey, wine red, brown,
navf, pink and cream; regular $1.00,
$1.25 Up fcfl $1.50, for 75c a yard.
250 yards Imported All Wool Cashmere's. Opera Flannels and Nuns' cloths,
in shades of rose, sky, pink, grey and
cream; values up to50c, for 30c a yard.
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A!! Winter Coatings, Mi tm
���an���,j:i��� " ���
At $2.00, Street Hats
worth up to $8.00
At $3.50, Dress Hats
worth up to $12.00
At $7.50 Pattern Hats
worth up to $20.00
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$1.00 Flannelette Gowns, 75c.
50c and 40c Drawers, for 25c pair.
50 doz. Union Vests & Drawers, for 25c
2 Sets of Makers' Samples ; clearing at
mill prices.
$1,50 for Bear Skin coats, instead of $3.50
75c for Eiderdown Coats, " $1.50
$1.00 for Misses Dress Skirts, instead
of $2.50.	
Furs for Everybody
$16.00 and $18.00 Bearskin Ruffs for
$8.75.
$11.50 Natural Coon Ruff for $6.50.
40 or 50, White Tibet, Russian Hare,
Marmot,  Sable,   Opposum and other
serviceable   neck   Ruffs,    Stoles   and
Throws; worth up to $6.50,  for $3.50.
A Sale of New Waists at $2.25
300 Winter Waists, including Linen,
Fancy Vestings, Embroidered Lustre,
in black and cream; Fancy Cream Panamas; Colored Bengalene, Japan Taffeta Silks, French Taffeta Silks, Wool
Waistings, all sizes; well represented
in the lot.   Sale price $2.75.
T. H. SMITH
:;..-:.,",.:;.
CITY NEWS
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Sta.
Kenn- -
and eat your   meals
T\\ (eel <>!' Boon Is reported from
points i :i the niain line of the C. P.
R. be ..ui North Bend.
\ recognized Standard���A self selling article���The B. C. Cigars.        **
Peele, of   Vancouver.    The
.    ��rell foi;'       I
tory tor the
itting their ���(
thi   oc< a
ihOO   hour .    ���    it  uf
.; ���
d.   Th.' Bret tenant toi the year
irrived on  I h ��� Bcene  ��� ..
bj two sturdj  up i . ������     ol ��� ���������
it, for such  wa��  hi.- aami    ������ is
* found   in  a Chinese   abode,   Bufl
j    Glad iyed your New year's  from  the  effects  ol  over-celebration.
; dinner at  Kenny's.    Just  as good all  He   will   appear   this morning   fori
I year round. 'Tehori   interview  with  the magis
After being closed down for   some,      4  lequesv was  mafle    to the    city
al   parlors    The      eased was a man ol
**   some li;; ,; age and cam.
the k.   ;- strict.
time, a lumber camp operated  bj   E. folic* on New Years I>ay to assidt his
J.  Fade;    ,-   Williams'   Slough.     Pitt relatives to locate .James Halgrov.-.  n,
lake, will again be the scone of active old man of 78 years of age.   M;   Ha
| operations  this  week,    twenty    men. grove   wandered   away   up the   north
you want a new cottage on    �� with ample  supplies  for    the    thi  arm.   in the  opposite   direction  from
lot, below market    value?    We months   having been sent out to that that in which he had intended    pro-
can -lit you for$1000, only $400 cash p^. ceeding.    He was  there looked   after
&    Hyde,
Charles Eddlngton, the   man    who his whereabouts.
Robert Watson. lather of Chief Watson, ol the city fire brigade, left this
week for St.. Franclii, Ont.
Do
large
can
and balance easy. Abbott
Man Quiches Hotel.
R*v Principal SippreU and family
are ex parted home on Monday from
their holiday trip to Los Angeles, Cal.
All   kinds of    pot-plants    and   cut
flower.- in Tidy's.    Phone A 1st.       ���*
i by a friend and the police notified ot
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Two cars for the B. C. Electric company arrived on the C. P. R  from the:
east  on We Inesday.   The   , ,r-   are j
complete, except for the wheel trucks.
If B. (' Cigars are good enough for
Christmas  they   are good   always.    **
( . -el of Police Tom Haiti, of Revel-
stoke, paid a \ islt to the < i ������step-
day bringing with him a patient for
the asylum, a man named Sullivan.
Frank S. DeOray is leaving today
for a short trip up Pitt lake, he being
accom] anted by Marcus Cox. a prospector who has staked valuable claims
at the north end of the lake.
Strongheart���"A fine and exciting
comedy-drama, full of romance and
atmospheric college pictures and the
riyht sort of fun."���Chicago Evening
Post.   At tlie Opera House tonight. **
Owing to the lateness of the trans-
continentals yesterday, the local male
an extra trip to the Junction in the
afternoon, No. 97 arrived QP the time
of the Seattle train, the latter being
dela; ed at Mission Junction.
Best 25c me"al in the city at Kenny's
a 21 meal ticket for $4. **
Rev. George W. Calvert, of Hamilton, Ont., was the guest of Rev, and
Mrs. W. II. Barracloug'a yesterday. Mr,
Calvert is t member of the Hamilton
conference, and is on a three months'
visit to the coa.-t.
The   ipri.ee-ed   gali -   On   111"   "B.   C."
and "Old  Sport" cigars'  Id   1907 over'
1906 are over 200.1	
Poundkeeper T. \V. Patterson yester-
tiay demonstrated the wisdom of appointing a poundkeeper during the
winter months by rounding up a ray
roan cow. the animal being now in
the city pound awaiting a claim int.
For cut flowers, Douipiets or funeral' designs telephone T- Davies &
Son, B. 20S. ���"
The funeral of Mrs. John Campoell,
who died at Peardouville. on Tuesday,
took place from the family residence
to the Aberdeen cemetery, Matsqul,
yesterday afternoon. A large number
of settlers', intimate friends of the deceased, attended the obsequies.
On New Years Day there died at the
provincial asylum a man name! Mat-
tht w Launder who has Seen an inmate
for seven years. The remains were
removed    to    Murchie's    undertaking
had a mania for collecting the cloth-
ingot other people from hotels, spent
New V. b Daj in the provincial Jail,
where ., some months to come he
will ba ample leisure to think ..\en
the erroi of his ways, having i n
sentenced by the police magistral..
If you are a hearty
ny abo
2 bits.
it.    He can
eater, see  K< a-
satisfy   you   for
The Local Council of Women wl I
hold their annual meeting in tfce Re
for oed Episcopal church on Mo
January 13. The business will largelj
const-: of the receiving of the annual
reports of the various branch - and
lion of officers, Two n ssions
win be held, an afternoon session at
2:30 p.m. and an evening session at 7
p.m.
in the football game to be played
at Queen's park on Saturday afternoon between the Vancouver Celtics
and the New Westminster Rovers, the
latter will lie represented
lowing: Goal. Barbaree,
Clark, Kirby; half backs. Leamy, A.
Turnbull. G. Fleming; forwards. Watson, A. Fleming, I/ick. Lockhart,
Lumsden.    Spare    man,   Cunningham.
'Strongheart" the great exciting
comedy-drama of college life will be
presented here tonight at the Opera
House. The cast consists of twenty-
by the [ol- five people, headed by the well known
fullbacks, star Ralph Stuart. Any one who
wants to see a well staged play with
good acting and real fun should get
their seats at once, as they are going
fast. **
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TURKEYS, GEESE and
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Geo. Adams, Proprietor
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$1.00 A MONTH
IAS RUSH
FOR ONE DOLLAR A MONTH
WE WILL PAY YOU A WEEKLY
NDEMNITY 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.
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liberal patronage during the y.ar
and particularly during the pas
few weeks. Our trade has been
most gratifying for the year 1907.
We take this opportunity to fx-
press our gratitude- for your kind
co-operation during the past and
hope to be mutual friends for
years to come. Wishing you a happy New Year.
CURTIS'
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE   BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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PHW DRUG STORE
Has just received a consignment
of goods suitable for New
Year's Gifts        : : I
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F. J. MacKenzie
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Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store j|; phone ee.
. F. W. Heath, late of Ottawa, In charge ||
of the Optical Department. ^
P. O. Box 217
Druggist
Dominion Trust Block.
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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY. JAN.   3.   1 .C(J.
OUR   JANUARY
>
CLEARANCE SALE
COMMENCES
/
THURSDAY, JAN.
f
9
08
We have  Decided to Clear Off All Our
Winter   Stock   at   Greatly
Reduced Prices
Buy Now and Save 50 Per Cent on
Your Purchases
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Dress Goods
Black Mohairs, Regular price $1.00 a yard ;
Sale Price 65c a yard.
Colored  Alpacas and Wool Fabrics,  Regular
prices, 25c, 75c and $1.00 a yd.
Reduced prices, 15c, 35c and 65c a yard.
Lace Curtains
100 pairs at $1.25 per pair;
Reduced Price 65c a pair.
Bed Comforters
Filled  with  White  Batting,
regular $2.25 quality for
$1.50
Millinery at Half  Price
Misses9 and Ladies'
Winter Coats
Regular prices $10.00 to $18.00
Reduced price, $5.00
FURS
Reduced to Half
Price
Ladies Skirts all
marked at Great
Reductions
Big Snaps in Underwear and Hosiery
GORDON'S
DRY GOODS MOUSE 3IDAY
JAN.
1908.
THE DAILY M.WS.
PAGE SEVEN
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I This is the Chance of Your Life j
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folded to dear out my entire .stock of
"Paying for the name" is
wise,   r otherwise.
It all d<     nds on the name
you ai     aying for.
a
HONTREM^
(pp^ORESS!
Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum
and House Furnishings
u,i a�� I am limited to time, will .sell everything al ACTUAL COST.
u . .... CASH will buy more here than in anj oilier place you
i to. Compare my prices and be convince.i. i mean just whal
I iay. This is no bluff. The lr.st buyer has the first choice of my
targe and varied stock. Make up your mind NOW and take advanl
eV of this yreat sale.
"ogress
Brand"
has a value, on a Suit or
Overcoat. It guarantees
style���and wear���and satisfaction. Look for the sign
ot good clothes���
Tuu Label That Protects.
110
Farr;.,s Anagrams.
Of all tbe ej avagancea caused b;
the anagramaiii . fever when man;
rears ag. It ,u  its height now
comes   up  to thai   .<(  ���   Frenchman
na d Andre Pujom, who, discovering
hi his name the anagram Peudn a
Hi ". (the -������ ol criminal justi< .��� in
the province ��� f Auvergne), felt bound
to fulfill his destiny, committed a crime
In Auvergne and was actually hanged
In tbe place to which the omen pointed.
Among the papers of William Oldys,
the bibliographer, was found the following anagram on himself:
In word ami will I am a fricn.l to yon.
And  on.- friend old Is worth a hundred
new.
Tin- Father Pierre dn St, Louis became a Carmelite monk on finding out
that Ins lay name. Ludovlcus Bar-
telemi, gave the anagram Carmelo se
devovet, and Sylvester, in dedicating a
translation "f Da Bartas to bis sovereign, made the following ami gram:
".lames Stuart���A .lust master."-
Minneapolis Journal.
PURE fOOD
SUPPLY CO.
THE CASH STORE
VV. E. PALES
H.   l_.   OE BECK
��� Opp. T. J. Trapp's -      -       Columbia Street j
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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.
E. W. Cook,
W. R. Gilley���Tel. 122.     Office   Tel.  1G.
G.   E.   Gilley���Tel.   291
Gilley Bros.. Ltd.
WHOLESALE  AND RETAIL    DEALERS  IN
Wellington Coal, Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pottery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile. Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpool
Salt, Forge Coal, Common  Brck   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
Trapping an Elephant.
"Elephants are easily trapped," said
a zoo keeper, "very easily trapped and
very easily tamed. Tbe trapper chooses
! a spot popular with elephants and digs
| a bole tlve feet deep and twenty feet
j square.   He surrounds this hole with a
high board fence except in one place.
\ where he bangs a swing gate. Next he
; rinds a herd of elephants, chooses tbe
animal   he   wants,   maddens    it   and
makes it chase him. The man tears
! along on his nag, the elephant tlitm-
I ders (dose after, and just at the gate
. way the man swerves to the right, bill
the   elephant,   too   heavy   to   swerve,
bangs right on through Into the  hole.
He's mad at first, terribly mad. But
I they give him no food or drink, they
: build around tbe pit flres of damp
i wood that almost suffocate him with
: smoke, and they daze and stupefy him
, with shouts and banging 6f brass pans.
The elephant Is completely broken and
, subdued In three or four days. He
; comes forth and follows the trapper
I humbly and timidly, with tears in his
eyes."
Prices for the Week
Macaroni,
2 pk. for 25c
Cove Oysters,
2 tins for 25c
Tomatoes, Peas,
Corn and Beans,
2 tins for 2Cc
Choice Hams,
18c per lb
PURE FOOD SUPPLY CO.
Phone 386
Burr Block Columbia St.
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
Dominion Trust Building
k, i
Front Streef.   1
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FOR SALE.....
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Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will
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Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  In  London,   England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A .Jen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available wltL correspondents in all Darts ot the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q   D. BRYMNER.  Manager
The Surprite.
Grandma ��� Were  you  surprised to
have me come and visit you?   Johnny
���Not  so  surprised   as  mamma   was.
Grandma���Why, she knew I was coming.   Johnny���Yes; what she was sur-
; prised  at   was  papa's  language wheu
i she   told   hhn   about   it. ��� Cleveland
: Leader.
Overcharged.
"Electricity In the atmosphere affects your system." said tbe doctor.
"Yes." said the patient, who had paid
$10 for two visits, "there are times
orhen one feels overcharged."
Every nation mocks at other nations,
and all are right.���Schopenhauer.
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
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Evening Classes in Commercial Branches
- ��� == j
Will be held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
Absolutely    PURE
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IS THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED  BY  THE
t W. J. S1PPRELL,
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Principal
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Easterbrook  Milling
OF EBURNE
Co.
Take notice that an application has
! been made to register Jo'nn B. Rush-
ton as the owner in fee simple, under
a tax sale deed from the mayor and
treasurer  of the  City of New Westminster, to John B. Rushton, bearing
i date the 27th day of Septembe", A. D.
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
I situate, lying and being in the City of
\ New Westminster, In the Province" of
i British   Columbia,   more    particularly
! known and described as lot one of the
| northeast half of lot 26, blocK 5.   .
You  and each  of you are  required
j to contest the claim of the tax pur-
j chaser within forty-five days from t'he
date of this notice, otherwise I shall
register  Johu   B. Rushton   as  owner
I thereof in fee.    Anil I hereby direc;
'that publication of   this    notice   for
thirty days in   a dally newspaper pub-
i lished  at New  Westminster will    be
' good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of BritL-h
Columbia, this 28th day of December,
A.D.  1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Thomas Mowatt,, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or uneer
them and all persons claiming any
interest In the said land by virtue ot
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 respect of
the said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
Manufacturer* and Dtaitr* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
F ARMERS^JTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch. Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
I
A lady should never forget to say���
IMPERIAL
when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
We have Unexcelled Pastry Flour
i
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Rakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for  lermlnal,  and  see that you get it.
Feed of   all  Kinds.      Hay
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
'"rs in Ladles' and Gents'
FINE HAIR OOODS
Toopeg, Wigs, Transformations,
PompndouTs and   Switches.
Marco] Wave, Bleaching   and Dye-
nK'   Manicure and Massage, Chirpody
Wd Scalp Treatment.
436 Gri>nviHe St.        Vancouver, B, C
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office 'Phone 185.      bara fDune 187
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to mnr
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Offlwv���Tram Deool
The Easterbrooke Milling Co.
McQUARRIE   &   CO. Local Agents.
tr*
THE
ADVERTISE!
��� IN ���
DAILY      NEWS
I
112 Front Street.
I
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Margaret Double 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. 1902, of
all and singular that certain parcel or
tract of land and premises situate, 1>-
Ing and being In the District of New
Westminster, in the Province oT British Columbia,more particularly known
and described as Lots IS to 25, inclusive, Block 4, beins parts of southwest of Section 2, Township 16.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from th��
date of the first publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I shall
register Margaret Dobble as owner
thereof In fee. And I hereby direct
that publication of this notice for one
month in a daily newspaper published at New Westminster will be good
and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry offlc?
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, tills 29th day of August.
A. D. 1907.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Benjamin Douglas, Esq.
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English and American, Billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New and
second ��� hand tables and supplies In
���took.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone A2698. P. O. Box 1185
Bowling Alley, Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent for Messrs. Samuel May ft
Co., Toronto.
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Hv PAGE EIGHT
FRIDAY,  JAN
The daily Hews,
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FOR
NEW YEARS
GIFTS
TRY
MOREY'S
Plenty  pretty  things  still  in stock
GREETINGS
For Luncheon-��e WINDSOR TABLE SALT, b makes
meat and eggs taste to much better.
And you never (eel  it  on  rood.
Never lumpy.
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Livingston, Miss R. McLean. Miss M.
Robertson. The chaperones for tte
occasion are Mrs. J. E. Brown, Mrs. E.
Goulet, Mrs. Thomas Gifford, jr.. and
Mrs. D. A. Shiles.
at
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Si.
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dlst-n-i
On Sale at-
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
cr Advertise the town we live hi 1 y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
Bowell & Oddy
THE
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET
PHONE B 284
, \ i   ' ���
Choice  Meats and Chickens always
on hand.'
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avenue'
Now  that   the    rush    of    the   j
l
holiday  trade  is over,  we take   I
this opportunity of thanking our   I
many friends and  patrons    for
the  liberal   patronage we  have
received during  the past  year.
Also all of them the
Compliments
of the Season
and a very happy
and prosperous
New Year
CAMSH
The People's Grocer
SCHOLARS SUCCEED IN
I   HIGH SCHOOL EXAMS
Results of Entrance Examinations Announced and
Westminster Leads.
Arrangements are being made for
the entertaining of the delegates to
the grand lodge of Oddfellows which
meets in this city next June. The details are in the hands of a joint committee to be formed from the two
local lodges, Royal City and Amity,
and the Encampment of the Rebekah
lodge. This committee is to meet today. The installation of the Royal
City and Amity lodge officers will take
place jointly on Monday.
133
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Pickard   China
Call and examine our stock of the Pickard China. We are Sole
Agents for the Pickard Hand Painted CHINA In New Westminster.
Every piece guaranteed hand-painted. Also a line of the I est
Limoges China.
W. C. CHAMBER LIN, Th�� '��""'
Agent Hamilton Watches
The result of the High School entrance examinations held recently has
just been announced, and is as follows:
Candidates.
' Armstrong     16
Cumberland       6
Kamloops     24
Kaslo       2
Ladycniith     18
Nanaimo         19
Nelson       -I
New   Westminster. .    27
Revelstoke       1
Rossland           8
Simpson       -I
, Vancouver 205
Victoria     27
Total    number     of
candidates 361
New Westminster Centre  	
Total   number   of    candidates,    27;
pasod,  23.
New   Westminster,    l.juys���Number
of candidates, 8; passed, 7.
Sabovrin. Clarence R. W   669 j
McKay,   D.   Walter     656
Stout.   Harris  C   637 j
Lewis.   Allan   L   606 j
MacKenzie,   W.   Edward      599 j
Burkitt,   Edwin  A   582
Courtenay, J.   Alexander     ."7-1
New   Westminster,     girls��� Num'ber j
��� of candidates. 10; passed, 9.
Ayllng,   Mary   ,1   683
Hood,   Marion R   679
Tidy,  Annie  S   675 :
Reunie,  Charlotte  M   643
Wintemute,  Grace I  CIS,
Curtis.   Florence   G   615.
Haggman,   Ida   R  614;
Fetherstonhaugh,   Phtyllls     61jp
Curtis,   Edith   M   6001
West   Side���Number  of   candidates,
6:   passed,  4.
i Brown,   Charles     663
Gaudln,    Harold       655
Smither,  Margaret      623 \
Kirkland,  Aubrty     598 \
Sapperton���Number   of   candidates,
2:   passed,  2.
House,   John  593 |
Mitchell,   Annie      578
Rural School.
Ferndale���Number    of    candidates,
1; passed, 1.
Verchere, Marie     584
fQRKITCHEH ECOHOflV
��� V^       AND
UJETrie
PREMIER
TREASURE
IfflELRMIGE
We consider this
the best   value
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westminster,   B.   C.
Remnant Sale
FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
During the last month while we were busy displaying and selling Christmas Goods, hundreds of
Remnants of every discription,  remained on the
shelves.
It is our policy to clear these out immediately
after the first of the year. Our sale this year includes a larger number of Remnants than ever
before. Come expecting bargains in all odd lengths
of Dress Goods, Silks, Flannels, Flannelettes,
Cottons, Linens, Sheetings, Pillow Cotton, Curtain
Muslins, Ribbons, Laces, Embroideries, Etc.
W. SX0LLISTER &Co^
New  Bakery
H.C.MARK &SONS
BAKERS  and CONFECTIONERS
FACTORY���Cor.   fourth   avenue and
Second  street
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adam*, Grocer
Ladies'Gold Watches from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Sliver   Watches,   open
BTORE���Slxtn street, next Columbian  facei |e.oo,
and near the Post Office. ,
;  Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double
Have you  tried    our   home    made  case. >7-50 ''P-
bread, scones or cookies ?    They are    Agent for the celebrated South Dend
choice. Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
Arctic Expedition.     \ll  warranted.
Phone B369  will bring our delivery
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
rigs promptly.
Visitors to the opera house on New
Years night were greeted with a program that was decidedly worth while.
The Williams' Jubilee singers are not
by any means unknown to the theatregoers of the city and tfielr marked
���success on this occasion has but
served to make them greater favorites
than ever. The audience could not
get enough of the program, but repeatedly encored every number, most
of them songs that have endeared
themselves to the nation. By special
request Mr. Williams sang "All In,
Down and Out," and Mrs. Williams responded gracefully to a demand for
I "So Long, Mary," a favorite not likely
to be forgotten by those who have
heard it rendered by these pleasing
entertainers.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83.
NOTICE.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Trl. 113. Office. Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Watch    repairing;
able.
rliarges   reason-
The Anti-tuberculosis society meets
on Monday next in the board of trade
room at 2:30 p.m. The meeting will
" e addressed by Or. Pagan,
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUB-
lic that after this date all orders for
wood will have to be accompanied by
CASH.
(Signed)    BELYEA  & CO.
LOUIS  WILLIAMS.
WTLBEK   SMITH.
December 5, 1907,
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
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1908 Pocket and Office Diaries,
Customs Tariff
Blank Books, Letter Binding
Cases, Office and School
Supplies
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J.J.MACKAY & CO.
|| BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS      NEWS DEALERS
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Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit of $500 or $600. WE HAVE
just such a proposition. New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, moi-
ern. Two lots each 66x132 feet. You can sell one of then.- lots for
$650. All we ask Is $2700 for this property. Good terms, too Uuu<
Into it.
DOMINION TOT COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and ���INSURANCE
COAL! COAL!
facial, scalp, or body treatments given
in your own home. Also manicuring.
For engagement ring up A T,'.).
* ADVERTISE i
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
Invitations are being sent out to
the Leap Year ball to bo given bj the
bachelor girls on January 16 In St.
Ceorge's hall. The arrangement tor
tho ball are In the hands of the follow- :
ing committee: Miss \i. Freeman,
Miss E. Pride, Miss M. Johnson, Miss
F. McLood, Miss A. McLeod. Miss M.
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
New Wellington
COAL
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 tue  depot    every
twenty  mtautes   for  both   Sap-
perton^apd city limits over the
cltj line.
City   Line:     Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min-
utes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapprrton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at G:;;o
a.  m.
Sunday Service hair-fiourly between H.:!0 a.m. and 11 p.m.
A Cheap Lot!
On Ninth street below Fourth avenue, a good lot, almost
cleared; fine view, and a snap.
$400
MAYERS & PRESTON
'Phone   105'
- NEW MESTMikSlB
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, F001 OF SIXTH.
Terms can be arranged.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
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Head
Office:
New
Westminster
��� Branch  '
Offices:
Chilliwack,
Vancouver
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(HERE IS YOUR
CHANCE
Here is your chance to start the mw year rigfct, by buying a ^ i
roomed cottage on Third street fcr $1)00, $250 cash balance ���� l"'r <
month. "
month.
I P. PEEBLES fci
t 270 Columbia St.      NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.      Phone 307
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