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 Seasonable
Greetings
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
VOLUME ���*, NUMBER 1.
A Bright and
Happy New Year
: :>*,.; I
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
J A [NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C, FRIDAY  MORNING    JANUARY  1,  If 09.
CENSUS ARRANGED
EOR NEXT WEEK
Enumeration Necessary for
Postal Delivery System
Wants Lower Rental.
A special meeting of the city i mnoU
waa Md yesterday afternoon, nil mem-
.i.-i being present except Alderman
Garrett. The principal business wan
to receive a report from Mayor 1 ary,
us to the postal delivery Bystem iro-
yosed to b< Inaugurated, for which a
census Is essential, and 11 was decided
; , hold the census next week i. r
[hi   supervision   ol    the    asses:   ent
ommlssioner,
Postal   Delivery.
The Mayor said the postal Inapt    ir,
lr, Greenfield,   had  Interviewed     m
��� the last  regular meeting      h
:��� rence    o  the    propofed    dellvi  y
tern, an I wished to put In a pri
11 | on  now    to   headquart.
required  a  certified  statement    :
aci i;tJ populai ion of the city, a
��� was, :n   plte ol anything which hi
ii iii    contrary, itnperath
LIBERAL ASSOCIATIONS
HAVE FINE CLUB KOOMS
Hardman's Hall    will    Be    Excellent
Headquarters-Splendid  Accommodation  Provided.
| ^    ;.FjVE'gBNTS PER COPV
w
���:""     ��ie     Westminster
���l    ' latlqu and  the  Voun
as  ��� latlon  enter
:l''      new   club
Wren i   |n the   Hi
th.
of
Liberal
e loung Liberals'
Into possession of
rooms 'in McKenzie
trdinan block a-oove
liall, they will be housed in some
:������ bust club rooms In the district.
I tie rooms, which have been rear-
; ���..��� i throughout, are entered from a
ii' staircase on Vlci >Ha est, mid
con . i of two in :-'������ room - and wo
pi ttee room all aproai hi I 11 om
a coi    lor,   The p Incipa I have
conm ci in by means of fol I ng loors,
which ike posslbli a largi i mbly
ball win n socials or in' ��� ting i ��� ��� being In I The committee room i re
wm able for the purpose, and a
dado . in round ��� > ���
the p a    r,
T"'   ��� -      ijium'i 9A|!)W[tii3eq '
STKUOGLE WITH THISTLES  : TRAIN DASHES OVER HIGH
IS FOOTBALL FEATURE!    EMBANKMENT ON C. P. H.
Greaetst  Test  of Rovers'   Skill   Called
for   Today���Scotsmen   Bringing
Over First Class Team.
The   principal attraction   for   today
the match  between the  Westmin-
er  football   team;  and   the   ThistleB
Express  Falls    Twenty Five     Feet     at
Gul|   Lake,   Saskatchewan���One
Killed and Several  Injured.
OWNERSHIP OF ELEVATORS
NOT FOR GOVERNMENTS
Winnipeg, Dec. 31.���The transcontinental express of the Canadian Paci-
flc, westbound   from   here,  went  Into
Medicine
$750,
l-C
land .'. Si iith, and relli i
u >��� ii       i i       The   bui
should In   12,000 populate        '   '
vanted   tlii?   streets   named! to b
.   it credit
^^^^^^^^^^     i!, lt   I i|    I
i ned :u a ag
i on Janua ; ill lie
from today
��� Iman, th<   p
em rgei li    In   pla
'    Of        ���      :���    ���
lb     Ills.)
and hous<    numbered, and a plan ol   in us
[the cii       owing nil the sidewalks ye
istruci  I.   The most important tac-   "" '
������ pppulation.  Nelson, with   he |
hi  ol  8,000,  Inspcetor said  ���	
I a  revenue pf  $42,000.    Wesini'.ii-;. ^
ftn tweivi |FEAR THAT UKlhNl
;. '   jusl 8vi r 155,000 which was
iff) li nt.     Vancouver    bad
..���in.   ..I  $251 0    and    Vl<
 00,   ' hi   info tnatii ��� quii
u tha   in the <t i irna    ���  might be
��� d   p��n i -ion  for  Fi\ ��� ii    esldi B
,.    offit ���   stafl    With refi    nee to the
is  bis worship    ��� li .-     thai   the
��� jeni ��       .     .'...1 ,t i li     as an
tl    many   people   here.
/ Idermanic Comment
Uderm n Shili      uggi   i ed      it e>
!.., e canva      !    He
ii  done   ���
���!   i     ��� ������     ' v.
fa ���   ., om tted
m
has
for
i-
s
of   Vancouver   at  Moody   park.  This; a ditch at  Gull   lake,  ne
will be the first time the team have  Hat, Bask., this morning.
 ' "lIs season ami a great game isj    Later news  says  that one  passen-
Scotsin.-n  are|*er w"s killed outright and  three  in-
wreck. The diner and
e luuii.sL ears were thrown down a
most formidable elevens in the Van- twenty-five foot embankment. fhe
couver disirict league, and today'sItrain crew escaped Injury. ��� The main
same will be a great test of strength.] line will be obstructed tor sixteen
rhe Rovers will not be represented by | hours,    The names of the injured and
\  broken
assured,  although  th
""i   the   wonderful   team   they     were! Jurod  in  th
lasi  year.    Still  they are  om;  of  tilef tourist   curs
I
their strongest available team as Lock] '.;illed are not yet known,
cannoi  play, and Barbaree is not yet'Kail caused the acrid.-in.
��trong   enough   to   bear   a   strenuous!
game.    The Thistles are very strong,
and will go all the way to win, A big]
crowd   is   assured   and   the   receipts
will be very welcome from the collec-j
"'���������'������ as  the expenses are heavy.
Physical conditions were ngainsl the
lot
WANTS MARRIAGE
MADE    EXPERIMENTAL
1   team   on   Christmas   Day
' '   match this afternoon will be
ent.
'i hi   teams
and
St. Petersburg, Dec. 31.���During
yesterday's session of the congress ol
Russian women, Mine.    Ara   BAshlna
\ ��� ry
will Le as follows:   Rov
Bruca,   Tunibull     and
���     -Goal. Watson;   backs. KIrby and ���. '  "aS
forwards, Hayes, Shawcross,
and  Lain, ;.-n. Re-
Craig       Thistles-*
Sawyei 	
Sli ' lov an, I' j dzh u and Lumsden. Re
��� -.   Rice and     ^^^^^^^^^^^
Goal,   Forrest;     backs,    Hewitt     and
��� .   halvi  ,   McLean,    Summers,
S'i II on:    Ifoi wards,     Cameron,
Miti hi     Gunzeo'n, Steele and Spence.
LINER OPHIR IS L0S1 ��� ; :;^'!:;rM,ln,y
.'proposed that the congress should exert itself in favor ol the ��� tablishment
of experimental ma lage.--, Perpetual
she laied, were often
noral, and sometimes the cause r->f
the gravest Injustice, deceit and sin.
Several woman delegates supported
the proposal, bur opponent s were not
lacking.
Premiers of  Manitoba.    Saskacthewan
and   Alberta   Will   Not   Recommend Taking Them Over.
Winnipeg, Dec. 31.���It is learned
from a source which can be considered reliable that the governments of
Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta
are not prepared at the present time
to ejiact legislation which would permit of government ownership of elevators. The rptestion of the government
ownership of elevators was recently
discussed pro and con and after the
discussion closed the premiers i resent
promised to confer and give their decision later.
It was learned today that while, an
official reply ha$ not been Bent to the
growers by the representatives of the
three governments, that a gentle hint
has been given that government ownership of elevators at the present time
can not be entertained and that the
prayer of the producer can not be
granted.
mm WEARIES Of
BRITISH PROTECTION
Famous Brigand Purchases
Governorship in the Fas
From New Sultan.
ENGLISH    FINANCIAL
JOURNAL'S WARNING.
Tangiers, Dec. 31.���Ralsull, the famous captor of Kald McLean, is reported to have purchased the governorship of th.. mountaineers In the
Bast���the district surrounding Tangier- -by the payment of 60,000 native
dollars, or $12,500 to Mulai llatid, the
new sultan. It is also said that the
eX-brlgand has declared himself weary of British protection.
The mountaineers have sacrificed
sheep before the legations in Tangier
by way of appeal against this nominee
of the sultan. The representative of
the European powers in Tangiers have
decided to oppose the appointment.
CONFISCATED    LIQUOR
POURED ON  BROADWAY
1
��� .
from   Port
. nigh I
���
���
The
��� hi
MEXICAN   WOMAN
STARVES  ON   PRAIR.i
Ilec,     3:.     v, an lei uj
wilds ol   ii. north anions
St. Thomas. OnL, Dec. 31.���A large
quantity of liquor was seized at W.
A. Davis' hotel, at Vn mouth Centre,
which is in the local o ition township
ol Yarmouth, Davis appeared this
afti i noon before Magistrate Hunt.
who ordered .all the liquor to be crap-
innipeg
in the wuas of :b. north among: liel]  out on tne road.    This included
.1.1,:,, .-  .!   tnnumesJ'SiUfa   Usr^r   ;    ,0ttles of ale    and    gallons    of
. Margai      Romaro, a   Mexican  whisky, gin and rum.   Davis was fined
.   old   and   frail,   toi gther   ���    .    s |0 and costs.
daughter, a child of 13 years, have . , ,
t a r \'S. wi I
London. Dec. Hi.���The British I .,,
pire Trusi is.-iu's a statement wherein
it deals lengthily with Canadian securities, A warning note Is sounded
concerning municipal extravagance
and the view is expressed thai unlesi
greater caution la exercised In spending money which can easily be or
rowed. Canada may have to face a financial crisis.
At the same time the trust declares
Canada gives as good if not better opportunities than any other country
in   the   world,   provided j'av. i v r-
cii   ,! ;n  the selection of Investments.
SOLDIER   OWNS   TWO
WELL-FORMED   HEARTS
the
carefu
as with
.Mill'
at ion
: mi
tolng
.
tooth
Col
i ihnston   belli v<      i ������       an-
an had usuallj b<   n
, ��� ,    e s t i m a 11
:  tiles   ��� emai ki I   on  th.
(1 ... ,     brll leal     to    hi nve:
,  said the Interp
mi it ion was d      ....-���
, n   as  soon   , do.   in--'
     i botii hi
th    ' ���. y ai rangi mi
 va    ��� esob ed to
. a   Mi ndaj, or a      ���        i thi
,i     ��.islble and  to ask      ��� a
ieni    comi \.        >'���
 ngagi   men and n
��� nd thi   .ii : angi ne in.-
The    nattei   of      .. Mm
. i...    : :       deal i  �� li b
i council,
Front  Street  Tracks
.'      ������   ��� a   g i    "
D Kings
ha   I      Canfiel
'mv. ardk^ksV
1
'
'     '   '
a  .        G
I     Har-
��� . i. i,  , Turn-
...       f ozen, and dt
a .... e  plade   where
���   '   foun 1 was Calling lake,:
ive ���  ol     Uhabasca     Land |
in..     I .   pi ifu ci ��{  to the im-i
ti on  officers  today.    The   place
IRISH   (ARTY   TO
OUTLINE  ITS PUL'CY
Dublin,
,   dec!
I i-b Lam
i m , .   31.  -The   Irish   party
e  its   future   policy  on   the
bill and other questions at
.el. and  only  wolves  and
i a   national  coir ention,  to  ;:    hi Id  at
in
,
���nil".
man of
:     ���������
���    ���
'
'
tould
e about $1 >!- they ''i'1
,   mean,   and    ������
Thi   ma i u
ad d "'uer
lositi rve their customers
,! til
Mi     .  ...
.   .    i on.
...      v    .
to nti ���
ol .."..���
Thi        ,:' I I
;
i ' md  In    the    bush    and
.,. ch    la   ..v.       time,  are
ntains of snow, and ��� n-
.   i'l'i.ni the  elements.
1 the   Mansion
The  in pre ��� ntation will
Februa ..   9.
Include    all
branch is of the United Sta e.< League,
the Ancieni Order of Hibernians, the
Fores,t< rs   and   county   ami   municipal
... victim    ..i ha lncu.iitoii. j _
������   ���      ovei    :h.     earth.    ''      8'
imeleSs and    without    a "
��� world they have endui   .1 Concert ?t Armouries.
' ' '��� -oi'  a  long   time.      Commencing a;  two o'clock this af-
en  driven  from  Canatk  ternoon the officers and men of A and
!   i     I  States and  from thi    q companle .iSixih Regt. D, C   0. u..
In Canada a ;ain. WjP hold open house at the. an
\\ here all th lr fide,ids are i o lially
Invited to be pre ent. Members of the
militia   will   be   In  uniform.    An   ex-
Toledo, Dec. 31.���Dr. Don Hughes,
hi ad oil ��� - !< Ian of the .Modern Won I
m< n, repoi ts that he bad an X-raj
..,' ograph ui.e a of the chi
d<im.ti of Ira J. Salvage, Unite I Stat B
soldier, who has two hea ts, He la
appari atl\-   :n   perfect   ph\ sical i ondl
tioll.
Only one of i he heai ta is in a. I v
use. Both an- perfectlj formed, the
cermlform nppendlx is on the left side
and there is a similar transposition of
all the other organs.
BROTHER OF MURDERER
WANTED EXECUTION STA1E0
A curious lottei add ��� ed to the
judge oi the Criminal Com; here waa
received yesterday from a man named,
Jenkins, and opened by His Honor
Judge lloway. The writer stated that
he believed the murderer of Mrs. Morrison, of Hazelmere, was his brother,
and wanted the recent execution deferred till he could be placed in com-
miinic lion with the late Jame�� Jenkins, so ;hat he might I e satisfied
.ui this point, The communication waa
-ent from a small southern town.
Shortly before the execution, letters wer received by W. O. McQuar-
i e who defended Jenkins, and Stl-
pendarj Magistrate Captain Pitten--
drlgh, advising them to be careful {n
permitting the c i or .( man to han    n
they i 'mi I noi  pre ���   that he ���	
���>:���
SCHOOLS  REOPEN
ON   MONDAY   '.EXT
PRAIRIE   BLIZZARD
has spent  ITSELFjcdleat  ,,.,,,���,um o�� mu3lo, songs and
1       \v-
1!
recitations has been prepare
Front  Street  Tracks. posun a I 	
.1    McQaarrle,  loc ��n    \   ��� 'ayed In W. i i
I!   C   E,  H. waited on the rt*ncl1      '       f50, '^ '" ' "
I ��� i. .    ,. ..,. ,H.    nml   iv e   '���'  tne
....     ,..��� in Front   si reel    l< i
Hi sal !    >   engineers ol  the B IK R
tin   c p.R.   found   a  (tern tarj
ary, and  the co Bany
:    ke the final  plun    |.a- I for
���     IVO  k    tO   enable    tile   ellgill.    S   1"
:. in , |aj ing rails, He b lllu
| mala.; li j of Assi.-;ant Managei
Gli .: inn either plank or ma
would l�� laid, so thatthero wo
Bo danger of wagons being -
In   lie rails.
The   mayor  said   he   had  been ovei
the lln ��� thai day with * leas
who wis afraid of access io h> water lot being  Impaired.    Aid.   litlley
" Hi Vi    the street would be imp",,'e(l-
Hi   ha . been over the track wi
��� ngiiit us.   and   understood  Jho
would be placed Bush with the
A   resolution   thai   the   plans
he approved, the work to be doi. uu-
iler th.- supervision and to the sa faction of he .board of works was 'Opt-
ed.
Aftei Mr. McQuurile bad gom *la-
1 tid.r said the U. ('. K- R wonV.in
'he 06X1 two years do many iid"*i-
: /oiisiliings for the city. It vl* a
I'lty they could not extend to tl'e
l^wer river, Much of the down ;Yor
lradfl was drifting to Vancotivei AH
aldermen ngreod, and the mHor
0 iped,
Creamery   Lease.
T. ,1. Trapp, W. .1. Mathers. i)re.-i��tM
1 '   D.   BJ,   Mackenzie,   seeretao  of
Winnljieg.    Dec.    31��� Yesterday's occaslon    ,1V   Ueuts.   Corboul'd    and
big  storm   has  blown  Itself  out,  but  Cimhlngham,   whll,   )h    buglc    uand,
rangln*   tromlundei   :b.   able  direcUon    of    Sergt.
who spent it   ooally, and was to
llstrl       nd merchants.
ib. an i   d     ��� ''        ;"';";
1 tnal   '''       ' **!  south  of   the international   boundary
ivldend  tmdhopedl^ Sorthern   pac,flc   tn|.ns   .,,,.
ow ai  Ri gina to 20 below hei e,
ami 10 below a: the head of the lakes,
tinning on    fairly    goo i
��� bough sum   ��� nginea have gone
om extreme cold.   The blizzard
conditions   apparently   prevailed just
noi now
1,1111; a I
the city would  be able to meet them
In the ma  ���:.   All John
i R.jed that ;:    compan lK""-;-
dam ci Just on the ttPttlon ol    hi    mild
I bel.n.g  ii Pled, and  an  examination
���l|tlu ( woul    made to Bud this out b} actual measurement.   This was satlsfac-
'tory  to the  deputation,  and  it   was
Iderlbft   to   Aldermen   .1'"'"""   ���""l   'lol,u'
ring In a report,
Miscellaneous,
notion  of  Aid.  Jardlne  !t
; the
*ils
ack.
.mid
tit.:
iton to
running   s< veral   houi i   late,   and  re-
V?   drifts.       The    j,ros|,.-cts
,..    .     a   \. ry cold  New  Year
VIADUCT   MUST BE
SUILT   IN   TORONTO
Leslie, will also be In attendance and
will discoursi several selections, Sgts,
Pickles, Huntley and Sloan comprise
the management committee. Refresh-
ui' nta will be s. rved during the afternoon
Police Record.
The | ollce r( cord toi the , ���'��� i
mouth is happily vi ry small, only
twenty-two as against seventy-seven
in November. It includes ten eases of
drunkenness, two each of assault, Sunday Observance bylaw Infraction and
vagrancy, The other cases were noJJ
serious, except those of perjurj and
blackmail. Chief of Police Mcintosh
reports that the record for the year
is  very satisfactory, and a  report to
this   .ffect   Will   ���'..'���   pri s.n:.  1    in   the
en v council at an a*i ly date, i he details of which be does hoi wish to
air.ici] a i
Roof Garden for Hospital.
Spokan.-,   Dec.   31,���The   entire   top
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   i   the   new   -ixsorey   Sacred     Dean
he sports will include a gasket-] hospital building. Just being complet-
ball   match -between  th��   two  companies,   nig-of-war.  etc.
On i lie t ^^^^^^^_^^
was resolved to contribute *  towards the cost of the new T.annu.l ������
sanatorium for tuberculosis, and o
secretary of the society, Dr.
write the
tin
council
had
Fagati.  -ruing'   thai
(made ���., promise to give a pro rata
subscription.
Aid. Fader, chairman ol mi
con.niHtee. reported   that    tie
,s,ree, sewer petition lacked a larg��
number of signatures.   H
his best.
Johnston "tated tnai
converiation    ��ith
Curtis, of the Fraxer
NurMr,e8l with reference tojh^piant
0 b��
suit
Aid.
had    a
Jones &
i.-altli
First
h,nd 'l"u''
I... had
tfesBrs
V ���>
ing of the hedge nt  Qtie.n's
��� !"  "iiwl they would l ki   ;'   o be
gorvoir, and ihe>
done now. when the **'*��
able.
���.. a
Toronto, Deo, 31.���The board of r;tll-
way commtoaionera have ordered a. viaduct for Toronto's waterfront, thus
settling the famous Ytmge street pro-
ibletn, The railway must submit a
plan in sixty days. Four tracks are to
be elevated, and bridges will be used
at John street, Spadina avenue, and
Hathui'st. York street Is to be used
to the waterfront within two years.
NO land damages are allowed for city
property. The city is to pay one-third
of tu   cost.
Members of the Olivet Young Peo
pie's society were entertain.hI yestet-
day (>vening at the residence of Mrs.
Wilbur Smith. Sixth street. Progressive games were indulged in, the two
first prizes being won by MIsa Belle
Archibald. At th.- passing of the
year, devotional exercises were conducted
INDIAN   MURDERED
JN  CARIBOO COUNTRY
Victoria. Dec. 31.���The provincial
police have been advised of a murder
committed 3a.<<t Monday evening at
Soda Creek, in the Cariboo country.
One Indian was killed in a drunken
row. The murderer was arrested by
Constable Yollnnd.
The opening services of the new
Chilliwaek Methodist church will be
conducted on Sunday by the Rev. Dr.
Sipptell. principal of Columbian college, who will take .loth the morning
and evening services. In the after-
non a platform meeting will be held
at which a large number of the ministers ef the Methodist denomination
resident in the Chilliwack valley will
take part.
The Navajo club held a very successful ditnee last evening to celebrate
the advent of the new year, about GO
couples taking part. A program of 24
dances was enjoyed, Fowler's orchestra providing the inuslc Supper was
served during the evenlr"
ed rit a co.-; oi $500, I,    Is   to    be
turned Into a roof garden [or, the use
of patients and convalescent*.     The
ganbn will be rool'ed with glass in
th.- winter, and be kepi at almost
tropical temperature so tnat th.-
plants may thrive on the raof of the
tiill sirnciuie even in the middle of
wint.er.
FATE  OF   RAILWAY
STILL IN BALANCE
Halifax, Dec. 31.���A Halifax evening
paper publisher a story to he effect
that the Intercolonial railway is to
Ipass into the hands of a syndicate
���composed of B. F. Pearson, Halifax;
W. M. Aitkin. Montreal; Senator Mitchell and H. J. Logan. Another story
Is i hat Mackenzie & Mann are after
the government road and are quietly
waiting to secure it.
The ileaih look place yesterday at
the Royal Columbian hospital of William McAuley, an engineer on the G.N.
R. gulf ferry, who succumbed to
typhoid fever after three weeks illness. He wa-' about :\j years of age.
and leaves a widow, and one sm;u!,
child.
The High school and public schools
��� ..ii Monday next au i   the   \ an-
Hea  ng compan} are ha i m ng
the in   allation of the heating a, par
atus at  the central and  high m   ools
.'  th" opening.
C. Stanley Biown, who has been con-
��� i  with the  High school staff for
some   iiii)>-.  has  now   '������������ n i    ioin
a permanent mi mbei of th-     a h i
staff.    He la a  graduate of Hai ai '
and   Ol    the   UniVersitv   of   M'.tr ��� i   l
and   was  an   Inspector of schoo     In
the Philllplnes,    With a large ��� ���
��� Iflnal ' xp< t li ti' e he will  be of - ���   ������
-��� i.i. e  o thi   board.
WiH
BE   RESERVISTS
IF   GRANTED   LANDS
Ottawa, Dec. 31. The Imperial
South African Veterans' association
doj - noi propose to ask for a ti ���<
grflul of land a- given to the Cam.
veterans Th..\ want to form a military
reserve <d upwards of 5000 Boldlera,
all Imperial v. terans, for ten j ears,
\n thes,. men, if they got land
grants, would Keep in touch wltfl the
militia department and be In a position when called upon tor activ.- service at any tune. The ywould not
need training, for all have seen active
s. i vice.
"Si  Plunkard."
Tiu- rural comedy In which .1. C-
Lewis appears as SI Plunkard will lid
at the opera bouse New Year's Day for
matinee and night. This season thv
comedy has been put forward will* all
uew features, introdUClOB a full working threshing machine and many other
catch novelties. SI Plunkard has beec
entirely rewritten and reconstructed
for the present -easou and will be
presented by an efficient cast, Introducing many bright and sparkling
specialties, SI and his country band
will give their famous and orlgina;
funny street parade. Remember the
date and secure your seats early. Now
on sale at Uyall's drug store.
Matinee prices, "���>. .*>0c, IBc, ami
15c.
;Evenlna prices, $1.00, 7.1c, 50o, ana
25e. FRIDAY, JAN. 1,  1(
TWO.
i'HE DAILY NEWS.
BUSY SESSIONS OF
ENGLISH PARLIAMENT I
Many Important Enactments
Become Law ��� Old Age
Pensions in Force.
MATINEE   AND   NIGHT.
FRIDAY, JAN. 1
Tne Incomparable comedian- -
J. C. Lewis
London, Dec, 31.���British lawmakers are taking mx weeks' rest after
one of the biggest sessions the parliament ever held. Except for a short
Bummer reci ���-, they have slaved unceasingly sini January 29, L908. For
their labors, however, the legislators
have consldi : able to shew.
Perhaps their most imjiortiaut enactment was the Old Age Pension law,
under which 6o0,000 men and women
of more than 70 years of age begin
receiving allowances of $1-25 weekly
wi'h the first of the year.
The Children's Act is also of far
reaching effect. It establishes special
courts -for minors that they may be
kept from contact with adult evil doers; forbid.- admission of boys and
girls of less than 1G to bar-rooms, and
prohibits smoking under the same age.
The Crimes Act,,a third new law,
makes the "indeterminate sentence" a
feature of English criminal court procedure.
The Port of London Act appropriating $15,000,000 for government acquisition of all London's privately
owned dock-, and creating a board
to Improve and so manage them as to
build up the metropolis' shipping
business, is  another measure. '
By establishing a university at Belfast for ProteBtanl patronage, .and another at Dublin for Catholics, a longstanding Irish grievance is removed.
Other measures limit the working
day in English mines to eight hours,
prohibiting the use of white phosphorus in match manufacture as a means
of protecting match girls from necrosis, a grant of $500,000 to aid the involuntary idle and another to impose
heavy penalties for attempts to break
up public meetings���a direct thrust
ui  the suffragettes,
in the best of all Rural Comedy dramas,
Sunlight
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will harm  the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at . 3
GORDON'S I
Dry Goods House
w
Si Plunkard
For 22 years Mr. Lewi.- has success-
full)-  produced   Si   Plunkard  and  will
appear at each and every performance
in the character role.
SEE the    Mammoth   Threshing   Machine in actual operation.
Magnificent Band and Orchestra.
Home Quartette,
5       Big Specialties���Song  Hits     5
Two Free Street Concerts Daily.
Prices (Evening)���$1.00, 75c, 60c,
and 25 c.
Prices (Afternoon)��� 75c, 50c, 25c
and 15c.
Tenders Wanted
Five Gents a Bar j    WARM
BEDDING
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Tenders will be received by the undersigned until 12 o'clock noon, 19th
January, 1909, for:
The supply of nine hundred (900)
Cedar Poles to be delivered at points
to be designated In the vicinity of
Langley Prairie and Fort Langley.
Also separate tenders for the digging of holes and electing said poles.
Specifications may be had from Agents of this Company.
Lowest or any tender  not  necessarily
Accepted.
BRITISH  COLUMBIA    TELEPHONE
COMPANY, LTD..
Vancouver, B, C.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Wish all a Happy and    \
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Special sale price  $4.00   g
11-4 all wool Blankets, regular $7.75. ;���:
Special sale price     6.50   |
12-1 all wool  Blankets,  regular price |
$8.75.   Special sale price     6.75   ;���;
Eiderdown Quilts and Batted Quilts, 8
at sale prices. ��
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Reg-ets Labor's Stand.
London, Bng., Dec. 31.���The Daily
Graphic regrets the discouragement
by the Trades and Labor congress
��� ii Canada of the Immigration of
Englishmen I i Canada, which it says
comes as a shock:, and remarks that
Australia has changed her mind on
this BUbjecl
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wafer"?.
Family trade a  specialty,
fel. 113. Office   Eight str:et
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   8.   C.
Northern Crown Bank
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital $6,000,000
Paid-Up Capital   $2,200,000
The New Year's Choicest
Products
will he found at our store in every
thing that embraces table delicacies,
fancy and staple groceries and provisions of til! kinds ai lowest prices,
quality considei
We  wish   all  our   i ustomers    and
;'d     \  It ippy ; :. I  Pro ���  ��� ro i ���  New
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Adams & Deans
Groceries   and   Crockeryw^ire.
���   '    COLUMBIA  STREET
A Little Good (oal
makes a big, hot Ore when e lot
ui poor coal sends out ro heat
ill. it is economical to buy
i ,. coal, because it Is clean,
-oes farthest, makes most heat,
li ,'.v ���-��� very lit:!, ash and cool
no more per i in than poorer
grades. We deliver it to any
part of the city. Full v..
al v.. ���       1 e ephone   .- our  i r��i< r
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
Our facilities for the transmission of money afford business men
a safe, convenient and quick moans of executing their wishes in
any part of the country.
We buy and sell all Foreign Exchange,
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
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HOUSE of QUALITY
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Eastertrook  Milling  Company,
FLOUR T 'FLOUR
Imperial $7 00 per brl.
Hungarian Jewel . . . $6.50   "       "
Terminal ...$5.50   "    ;"
1  McQuarrie & Co..
I' OUR AND PEED MEKCH Wis
Manufacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds or
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Door*,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
FRONT  STREET
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333
A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to all is the wish of
J. EUGENE BROWN 6r CO.
THE HOME OF NOVELTIES
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HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office.  Greenhouses   and   Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster  Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.  C
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock.
SEEDS tor the spring trade
from the est growers in England, France. Holland, United
States and eastern Canada as
well a se which can be suc
cessful^    rown in Q- 0.
Extra let of fruit trees
and  smti ts,  strictly home
grown own propagation
fr mi ag -toek.
Orn mi ������' ' la all leading
varieties ... for planting
In B   ' lie ''est make i '
iprav |
1-V-t" lee      Supplti-
Snrn InlS, Cut   Floi
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tal    ue Free-
\ ENRY
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches [or Ladles from 112.75
up.
Silver Watches, fjeuts' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case
$7.50 up,
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
Mayers &  Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
NOTICE.
NOTICE   is  hereby   given  that   si
|plication will be made by the Vancou
ver Westminster and Yukon Railway
Company to the Parliament of Canada at its next Session for an Act o
extend the time for commencing I ������
construction of the branch lin* -
thorized by Chapter 176 of the Bta
utes of Canada, ti Edward VII, -��� og
as follows:
(a) From a point on the main line
j between Anderson lake and Green lake
running along or near Llllooet Lake,
LUlooet River and Harrison Lake, ind
thence southeasterly to a point on tie
i international boundary line, at or near
the  town of  Huntingdon, in  th.-  Pro-
! vince of Ilritlsh  Columbia.
(b) From a point on the main 16
! between Llllooet and Quesnel, runt tg
| In an easterly direction through lie
. basin of Quesnel Lake to a polni a   .
| near Tete jaune Cache.
(c) From a point on the main ie
| between the Cottonwood and Will in
rivers, running south-easterly to    B
kerville;
(d) From a point on the main I ...
in  British Columbia on  Willow rl ,
running easterly to the Fraser rlvi r,
thence along the Fraser river to Tete
Jaune Cache, thence through the Yellow Head PaS3, thence by the most
convenient route to Edmonton;
Until the 13th day of July, 1912, an 1
to extend the time for finishing and
putting the said branch linos in operation until the 13th day of July, 1914,
and authorizing the Vancouver,
Westminster and Yukon Hallway Company, subject to the provisions of
Sections 361, 3C2 and 363 of the Hallway Act of Canada, to enter Into
agreements wltn the Burrard Westminster Boundary Hallway and Navigation Company for any of the pur-
| poses specified In said section 361.
Dated at Vancouver this   21th   day
of December, 1908.
MARTIN, CHAIO, BOURNE   & HAY
415 Granville street, Vancouver,
B.C.
Solicitors for the Vancouver, West-
Trains & Steamers
Leave New Westminster 8:20,
11:20, la:20, 17:12 and 22.
Arrive at New Westmlnstor 10:17,
12:26, l'l.27, 18:45 and 23.
JREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
I,v. N.W   9:15 am.;  ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle in p.rn
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. 3 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:25 p.m., ar. N. W. 9:66
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. V*. 6:29
a. m.
G. N. R.���PORT GU1CHON.
No. 397 leaves New Westminster
3.50 p.m . arrive Gulchon 6 p.m. Fridays; also connections by 10:10 a.m.
except New Westminster Tuesday and
4:35 Thursday,
Leave Qttlchon 6:30 a.m., arrive N*w
Westminster 8:45 Fridays; also connections by 2 p.m. except Gulchon
Tuesday find 6 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m., 3 p.m., an J Q.6t
p.m. for Vancouver,
Lv. Vancouver 8:35 a.m., 4 p.m. and
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
B. C   ELECTRIC���vAWCOtTVUR.
Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20,
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
tour thereafter till 11 p.m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
6:50, 6:60, 7:20 and half hourly tilt
11:30 p.m.
minster and Yukon Railway Co
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The White Pass
and Yukon route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily train* (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stage* at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi information ��pplv to
I   H    HOLERS,  Traffic  Manager,
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THE      BURRARD      WESTMINSTER
BOUNDARY   RAILWAY AND
NAVIGATION   COMPANY
apply to the Parllami ni ol i an
ada at its next session for ai
tending  the  time  within  which   tU(.
i ompany   maj   commence and
p| ;,   the  Railway   the constru. ��� ,,u ,,,-
K-hlcb   was  authorized   by   the Com-
uny's    Act of    Incorporation
Chapti r 68 of the Statutes oi i
, .and  to  authorise  the  C<
... enter into   anj    agreemeni
Vancouver,  W<    minster .
:   Hailway   Company   which
��� irlzed by Section   161 of thi
way Act" and for o  ���.��� r purpo
,, ithorislng  the    i on '.ruction :.
���i anch Hue from   ;i   [jo in   In   .''
line  authorised   bj       ise (c) i
. ��� tion 8 of the comp iny's Act   f in-
<iration, thence In an easterly and
northerly direction ;.   the mo
le route through  yale, Lllloo. ���   ,,i i
Cariboo districts  to thi   most
, n, point where a ] inction   c in   be
mail'   with the b am b line    o
Vancouver, Wei I mln ti i    and on
Hailway   which   t tin -  from  the    i    In
lini  of said  Railway   ��� a terlj
;,,. ���'. 'li.
.-. i at Vani otivei   B. C., Dei
. ..    |90g
Solid  ���    for \;.'
New Year Goods
UU1 England; we have out down the prices
"'     how window display for a few of the
T. J- TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
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| To the General Public:
u for the best year1   business it has been our prlvllegi
'' continue jour liberal patronage for 1909.
" i I    an I Pro ... rou>   Year,
Public Supply Stores GE0- adams
===~1- ���_��� Prop.
Cell.;
Krittih Columda roast '_in��
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Steamer Princess Victoria w'll leave
Vancouver daily at 1 p.m.; arrive Victoria 6 p.m. Leave Victoria at 11.59
pin. daily; arrive Vancouver 7 a.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
New  Westm'nstetr every Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S- Teet
Leaves Victoria   11   p.m.   1st,   10th
��� and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
New   Westminster,  B. C.        Phone 92.
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Etlard block. New Westmin ter, E C
PYTMIAN
Groceries
i'',;iu 5  con	
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THOS. RUTLEDGE
The Res dential Groc-
ii n<: ������ and FH
Phone 404.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
half of th
Dlsi ..   Westmii
y, i.. . ���    -.      .
.u     oi rill      ' u<
an:.   ... Strand
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it  the i ipli atlon ol one ne
SKATING  RINK
NEW K. OF P.HALL.
Streets.
���'
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVEB
Lower Fraser Rivei
Freight and Pass-
enger Service per
SS. "Favorite
"THE NORTHWESTERN.LINE"
Right Tra;n�� Every Uiv in the  Yr��t
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas,
(or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists oi
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
,ar, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
1  ir Time Tables,  Folder*, or any
further information call on  or  write
F. W. PARKER.
econd Avenue. Seattle. Wish
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsiuo and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatslno, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves .Vancouver 1:80 pm- dally,
except Sunday. Leaves Nana^mo at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY  ROUTE.
Princess May leaves    Vancouver   Jan.
12th and 26th.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Beatrice  leaves  Vancouver Jan.-j,
19th;  Feb. 2nd.
S.S.   Princess   May   leaves  Vancouver
Dec. 22th, Jan. 12th. Jan. 26th.
UP RIVER
Beaver���
From    New   Westminster   Mond ij
Wednesday and Friday ���:' 8 a.m.
From Chilllwack Tuesday, Thurs; ij
and S itui day   it 7 a.m.
HALIBUT STEAMER
WAS STORM SWEPT
MADE IN CANADA
Mi
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Celestial Empire Lost Large
Amount of Fishing Tackle
-Catch Was Small.
For   reservations   ana   tniormatlon
���all or address
ED. GOT'LET.
Agent, New WeHtminster.
C. B. FOSTER.
.��st. Gen. Pase. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
Generiil Suwer'rtAndant. Victoria.
Prince Rupert, Dec. 31.���The gale
of last week, which did considerable
damage in this vicinity, is reported to
have had a disastrous effect on the
Qshlng-boatR In Hecate strait also,
when- several of the Xew England
Fish company's boats were caught in
the storm and BuffereJ heavy losses.
The Celestial Empire waa unable
to make shelter, and anchored for the
night In the open. Toward morning
the anchor chain- snapped, and the
big boat drifted before the wind, She
had ,een drifting for some time before the crew were aware of what
had happened, and her condition was
discovered just in time to prevent her
from being dashed to pieces on Rose
Spit rocks. Besides losing her an-
chors and about 00 feet of cable, iho
decks were swept ot everything by
the high seas, and all her fishing
tackle washed overboard. The loss
will total tip several hundred dollars.
The Kingfisher lost two anchors and
..limn the same amount of cable
chain, but suffered no other damage.
Tlp-y finally Bucceed In reaching a
harbor where there was good shelter,
and where 'hey were permitted to remain ������ thi Canadian fisheries crul-
untll  the storm had abated.
On   account   of rough   weather  the
catch   wa    very  small, not   exceeding
. ,,  thousand pounds, which with
! the losses sustained will make a very
unprofitable voyage.
The Canadian Fisheries cruisers Falcon and Restless, which were in port
for Christmas report Hecate strait de-
si til, all of the fishing fleet having
l.-t't for Seattle, whore they will remain   unti]   after   the holidays.
Pure Focd In
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Foe 1
E. W. G1LLETT CO.
Toronto, Cnl.
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J Wanted -:- Losl �� found j
| for Sale ���:- To Rent ���:- Etc. j
WANTED���Married couple for bmall
ftu.it ranch; man must understand
horses and be able to milk; wife to
cook, etc. Apply personally to A.
D, Si lis, Burnabi  Lake.
I WANTED -To rent i r lease, good vo-
-  table laud.    Applj   this office for
I    particulars,
i LOST���Light grey ovi rcoat .'.own-
town Wednesday. Findi return to
this office,   Reward.
WANTED l'o exchange, 2U acres of
land for city housi in t lot. A"pply
Box 393.
WANTED���Nursemaid from    l to   6.
Apply   Mrs.   John   Brytlges,    corner
Carnarvon and Elliott Btreets,
LOST- Pearl brooch Saturday uiorn-
ing, somewhere In town or ear. Fitv
der please return to !>��� minion Trust
Office,
tar       ADVERTISE      "O
THE      DAILY       NEWS
W(1R QTJICK  RETURNS
Robbers Obtained $5000.
|    Mu kogee, ' ikla . Dec. 31.���Five roh-
i dynamited the bank of Wellston,
��� i ���-,      ���-.    f hi re,  today, and after
��� exchanging many -hots with the citi-i
... '. $5000   No one wa? j
WANTED
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: iK'taers;
CI I.    ���
situation .
Appl
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|ARTIN  At   McQUA   -li'-.  BARRIS
tera, solic t n . i       Offices Ne
Wi  tminster,   Trapp   Block.   c<
Clarkson and i.orno streets.
BOOKING TO AND PROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANQED VT THIS OF
1'ICE.
Empress of Ireland...      ���   ������  Jal1- 8th
Corsican   	
..   iv  given
otb c    pei on
...   ;���. nands     iga d -    the
S a.m.; Charles Cunlifl    I
leaving i       ol  New Wes mln
��� : p.       ceof Brit ish Colui ibia i
!   ent, deceasi d, who d      i  i
. 1st da.,   of October,    1908,     ind
j ��.\. d In the        ���
r_ ol   British   Columbia i n    thi
ol   ...��� ���       . I9i Panni.
���   - ���   , ol the said City of Si v
..    the   i xi: utrlx   there u
h : bj  required  to
in writing of their clal
|i ma   i ���  to me, the   n gm ������;
��� ir ;U ��� said  ">:��� -
��� the 20th day    of    January,
ive-. ]   .a, ai the undermentioned i Idn ss,
, .    which date the said    exi ci
,    ���,!   ;..  dlstri lute   th    assets
said   Charles  Cunllffe  Fisher,
,l, ceasi d. amongst the parties ��� ntltled
o, having regard  only    to    ''.
lal ���    .i   i demands of whi
n  have had notice, and  the
utrlx  will not  I e  liable for the
, -, tg ol  the said    Charles    Cunllffe
Fish, i        . .: ������������.!, or any part I
-
nnounceme
s
1909,
nth Day oi January
and
lian   ���   ���
\
.,1 ,li tlr nted  to any person
sons  of  whose  claims  and   .���
she -ball noi  then have had le���' i
li.' ,1    his    16th   day   of   Decel     ���
���    .     ��� V.D   1908,
A   WHEALLER,
2fl   i.nrii.    Street.   New   Westm ..   ���   ,
y,r ,   lollcltor for the -aid Fannie
Clara Fisher, Excutrlx,
i"
Jan.   .���?
For  other  dates   an 1 particulars,
apply to
ED. t'.OULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
. ni nt
.,    B
maj    ii   '"'''���
j. ilvered nw
Agent
ent   steamers,
tccepted.
thi   rlghl
if a
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
Designs
Cor"i��iaMT8 Ac.
Anton* ��en(lln�� * sketcli ��ml Jwerlptlnn m��T
pitdlirf Biii.prtalti our opinion r��e wlu-ilur ��n
IivtciiiVio la probuMy piUimii i''jV���i """.'."VJ1'.*'
pntrlctlyf-oiin.lciitl.il. HAtlOOOOK ""J �� ""t*
ii.niro
���������latrwn. oiilciit unney for ��.���'"������SWSJSs -
I'Mputa talion tlirouiih Mi,.n * C'), roceltt
���ji. uu iielIf, without��,lmr,.��, m t��o
Scientific flitierlcan.
A Imoilr-oiiiclj lllunlrnliMl wneltfl l^r^i'st otr-
(-nliilloD -if ririT MUntlBo JouUft . .Wft 'i'r
< ..i.i.nn ftM a ������r,|H.HtiiKo prasvU sola b>
hi n��Wf.ii.nii.r��.
WUNN&Co.5,6,t"^ New York
Bm>ci�� DfflOS, t."i C BU \Vu..l��ki-n. Ik v..
erin.lllll.'.
tired
m trin. -.nd l'   '���
c    tron,   vi iom     peciflca
1     AH supplle9
, pproved  by    ''"'
0f the Departmenl and the
of  the  G��ver
mherwiae thej will not bi
The Departmenl  resi 11
t0 accepl the whole or nnj pari
'���';.;!;;, ,,���i.m,���: u. ������-- *>*��
by an. pted cheque on a chartered
Canadian Bank tor the Bum of |W
which amoun. will be  ortelted if th
Liccessft.1 tenderer declines to delh
the supplies ai the tender
Papers copying
wlthoul auHiority
meni will noi be paid. ^
The lowest or any ten"
ttHly rTPt DESBAHATS,
|    Act,  Deputy Minister nf Marine
Departmenl oi   *a       	
Ottawa, nth '      '
this   advertisement
from    the    Pepart-
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Commencing January 1st train for
Seattle will h'ave daily at 9.13 a.m;
train for till points East at 3.20 p.m.;
train   for   AgOSBiZ at   6.42   p.m.
Tickets sold to and from all points.
Reservations made for first class
sleepers, tourist and steamer cabins.
For further particulars ana reservu-
t'ons apply
ED. GOCLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C, H. FOSTER,
.Asst. Qenl.  Puss.   \gt.   Vancouver.
We beg to announce to the
people ��� of Sapperton that we
have purchased from Mr. J. J.
Efford his grocery business
and will take charge Saturday,
January 2nd.
Mr. Howard Welsh will be
in charge and it is our intention to increase the stock considerably, in fact we will make
the Sapperton Branch a first-
class store in every particular,
carrying the very best brands
of goods.
Our prices will be the lowest.
We beg to solicit the patronage of the people of Sapperton and will assure them
satisfaction in every particular.
c. A. WELSH
The People's Grocer
I WANTED -A girl lor ltgl I ho .-��� W r,
I.   Mrs.   Pa   ��� -���     1922   Vei      ���
. ���.   ���    '     .-'���	
FOR S .i.K- 1 iano    in
:.. ;.  clasg  condition.    Apply  P.  O.
s E 18, city.
ro RENT   One large furnished    bed-
r   ni a.      - ......     .'        ' "'v(-
Also two small ones.   Rent   eason-
le.    Appl;   2S7 Victoria strei  .
wan n-:i.i A nursi girl i ��� ��� ��� - re-
I i red from 1 to 6 p, . Mrs. Dr.
Jon      '.;     I a.-- nue,
TO   RENT���Suite ��furnished   rooms,
for light housekeeping. Ap-
o Uex, Speck.
VESTM1NSTER EMPLOYMENT
AdEXCY���Under new managem":.v
266 Columbia street. Phone 366, P i��.
box SO". Can supply you with .^.1
kinds of help promptly, free I
charge. Branch office. 107 Coriova
st-eet west, Phone A 2750, Vancon-
���. .���  B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
AUDITING, accounting and Bysteml*
.ng, Qulnn A: Falrley, i'hone 4117,
;    Flack I loi 1.   Vanpouv -r. B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help Promptly-
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    ana    McNEEuEY   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone 431- P- O. Bo*  865.
I
X
X
���
���
\
WIN W WftHT M KIND OF
REPAIRING DONE
Such as Guns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,
or any light automatic machinery repaired, go to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel."
FOR SALE CHE* P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
Phone 27e.
'J il
"HiPM PAOE FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY.  JAN. 1,   1v
THE DAILY NEWS    )!
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster, B. C.
tenced today by Judji
years'   imprisonment
tlary at San Qui ntlu.
.. Dunne to four
In  the  penlten-
C.  A.  Paige.., Managing   Director
FRIDAY, JAN.  1,   1909.
Get the Habit:
AT
ADIEU   1908,   WELCOME  1909.
The death of a year and the birth
of Its successor is an occasion which
has been marked from earliest days
with ceremonial befitting the period,
anil In successive generations a cluster of traditions hfls gathered around
its observance. There are days In the
lives of us all which mark some notable event in our personal history and
from which We date events, but the
passing of the year is a birthday common to us all. I' is the burial of
disappointments and failures, and
Phoenix-like there Is born new hope
and intention in I he human race ever
prone to lool; forward, and it Is well,
because society could not advance on
its mistakes unless froma those failures came a determination for improvement and anxiety to build up a
new character.
it is an opportunity for us, individual!.*, and .as a community, to lookback
over tbe road we have already travelled, to notice the lanes and byways
which have diverted us out of our way,
and the lesson they teach that there is
but one road which leads to the final
goal, and by these errors to go out and
faci manfully ^nd. bravely to the
tasks which lie in the twelve months
of 1909, ushered in lasi night.
In this district the year has been
one of material prosperity, and an ad
vance may be noticed along all lines.
The Fraser valley, of which Westminster Is the natural head, has been settling fast, and the opening of new
line.- of communication south of the
river, of which i&divantagje wijiA be
taken fat once, mean- much for the
prosperity of the district. New industries have been estal Ushed, and with
the operation of a mammoth mill adjacent to the city once again the
shipping In the river has already ,as-
������sunied respectable dimensions, to be
immeasurably increased with a Bhip
channel to the gulf cf Georgia, This
(s not the occasion to review at
length what litis been done, but there
la yet much to do bet..re this .city
and district cornea into her own,
Clrcun ��� tancea have de ill harshly
with the premier cltj of the lower
mainlan l. Robbed of her right as the
capital of a  British colony, deprived
by a series of mlstaki J of Its position
as the terminus of the first transcontinental railway t'> link the Atlantic and Pacific, burned out In the bus-
nesa section after years of effort, few
towns could have survived such catastrophes without natural advantages
and Indomitable enterprise, yet it has
���been so, and a fairer, brighter city,
��i city Of orchards, and homes, and
factories has risen, to keep fittingly
this year the jubilee of the arrival ot
Col.  Moody's corps of engineers.
But there is another side to the picture The ranks of the pioneers on
this coast are fast thinning. We miss
from the streets the familiar stooping
figures of the men who helped to
build up this community, on- by one
they pass quietly into the shadow
land, in a ripe old age, .raving like
a patriarch of old on another New
Yen's morning Been the realisation of
their dreams, Never again perhaps
on;,   bi   gathered together such an as-
eembly of pioneers a- in September
|i.-t honored th" iiis, navigator of
these waters, Westminster rightly remembers those whom 'be Reaper ga
tilers in the fuliness of years, but she
-bowed her.-eif recently not unmindful
���id ��then who we.'.,- called suddenly
awaj In the prime of manhood discharging a dfillj  duty.
To all our readers we wish a happy
iind prosperous New  Y-ar.
We wish everyone
A Happy
and Prosperous
1909
Moreys
1909   Welcome   1909
Seasonable  Greeting
to all
is our  New Year s wish
=!���       9
Books.     Bibles.     Prayer       Books, J
Toys, Dolls, Games.  Fancy  Goods
and  Novelties.
and thank them for their kind
support during the past four
months.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
We buy tor cash and sell for the same.
At Morey's
1909
���
I
Bags. Parses, Wallets, Music Cas-1
jes, Wr,:ing Cases,    Toilet    C
Leather  Goods.
J.H.TODDS Music House
COLUMBIA STREET
| Watch this space.
|     New Westminster
-!Co-Operative Association
At Morey's
Cards. Calendars, Booklets, Postals, Postal Albums, Photo Albums
Scrap   EoOks.
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR
to all our patrons and
friends.
A. J.  BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
THE WHITE HOUSE
J
At Morey's
China. Crockery, Glassware, Wood
to burn,  Pictures.  Art Goods.
BARGAINS   IN   ALL   LINES
AT
Morey's
COLUMBIA  ST.
���    a    m    m
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Eighth,
High Class Moving   Pictures,   Illustrated S ings.   Program changed Mon-
l day, 'A ednesday and Friday.
Si   cial  Matlnei     for    Ladles    and
j Childi  a Sal ;. la    il ernoon ai 2:30.
Limited.
The   .'���''���    Association  Will  Open   .1
Grocery Store
on Saturday, Jan, 2, '09
OLD COUNTRY
BOOT STORE
HEARTILY WISHES
ALL
OUR MANY FRIENDS AND PATRONS
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
J. STEWART
	
Proprietor
=11
in the Cunningham
Corner Sixth and Carnarvon Sts.
under the management of Mr. George
Wolfenden. A full line of gn '��� ries
will be carried.
The patronage
people   Of    New
and district  is  re
and  support of th'
\\'i -ttninster    City
spectfully soli' ite I
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marie 1 Stree.
SEATTLE
RATES :
noom  $1   psr  d.iy  up.
Room   ar j   ..od.-j  C7.50  per day up.
Room   v.tth   ;._,th  <-.60 per  day  up.
Rocr: with bath and board $4 per day.
W\ outside rooms, vith bet and col
,v;.-.-;���, steam heal    ��� ill
phone. 'Bus meets ul   trains auJboi1
CARLBTON
T.   Mgr.
Th��   Set retary   ��ill  ' ���   at the
from 7:30 to 8:30 p, in. every ��� ������.  nil ;
' until the -"">: opens for the purpose
of r .' : Ins share money and enroll -
in;, m a ��� - Come and let us explain the ' mefits you can der \    by
1 joining.
HELP  US BY JOINING,
THEREBY   HELP  YOURSELF.
__^_���________^_
I Everything   you   need   for the   Family,
Dinner at
The Moody Park Store
Also���
Batter. 3 lbs. for $1.00, and a  full  ,.-- !
sortment of Seasonable Goods.
W.   H.   SMITH,  Proprietor  \
Comer  Sixth   Av��   and   Tenth   St.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������vt �����;���+���+
��� To Our Many Patrons and Friends j
:
Xpreas ot:    sim
LADIES AN.1 GENTLEMEN:
\\.   th sire, mi iIls the dawn . f a new year, to
thanks for the b>'art>  manner   n which you  \\&\    ex   udsd us you
patronage In the past, and express  thi   hope  tha    in the future    you
will again ii" a  frequent  visitor  \\   our   large   amJ   ,     ..      dlous   Store,
where a heart)  welcome alway   awaits you.
With   Seasonable   Greet!] .
W. C. CHAMBER LIN
COLUMBIA   STRcET,     NEW  WESTMINSTER
The  Jeweler
55
at
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8
As far as we know, no one has entered a protest against 1909, because
it commences it- existence on a Friday. Thi New Year is untrammelled
by time worn superstitions about
starting on a journey on thai day.
Many a bachelor breathed a Blgh ol
relief early this morning as he looked
happllj forward to three years more
of Certain freedom from marital ties,
Poor girls, 1912 is a long way off;
A Happy
and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
to all
Th.   uplrlt of goodfi llowshlp had
Ijreai   deal  to do  with  last    nlghi
celebrations, bui II was noi the ,,:i
Splrii   In 1 wd. nee by a long   hot.
Ban
Blake,
Grafter  I,  Sontcnced.
Francisco.   Dec,   31.    _
A.
the contract
com ii 1 il
attempting to
���pecflve  Juror
bribe J. M. Kelly, a pn
the   Kii> 1   brlbei
trial,  10
vote for acquittal, was sen-
���I-I-H-H-M' 'M"I"M"M"M' 'M"t"I'M"M"H'
A Bright and
Prosperous New Y
to all is the wish of
ear
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209-211  Columbia  Street
4. ''
*
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
THE  LARGE
g Shoe House, Ltd.
NewJWestminster, B. C.
BT   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B. C.
W^J
BQS3CB
Z3CK2
raos
t>
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL   ..
RESERVE 114,400.000.00
RE5ERVE       111,000,000.00
Stanches throughout Canada and Newfoundland. aucl la Londoni E ���_���,
New York Chicago and Bpottn., U.S.A.. and Mexico City *��_!
eial Hanking  Business Tranaact3d
'eUerWofr.d.redit ",8U"'1' aVa"abl" WllL ���"��*�����tont* In all oart. of the
���avlnfl. Bank Department.     Deposits received ln .urn. 0f II a_i upwards,
and  ntsrest allowed at, 3 per cent. p,.r annum (present rate)
Total Astet. oter $168,000,000.00.
N1W WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Westminster Woodworking Co.
BANK  AND  STORE FITTERS
Mill]
iiers (if Mission Fumltun,
Mantles, etc.
Works: Cor. Eleventh St.
Phono 473.
and Cjr Line
ENQUIRE FOR
Family Rates
AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Roy��l Avenue and Black
ie Street. FRIDAY, JAN.
���>-,)
THE  DAILY  KEWg,
PAUL  FIVE
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The Cash Stores T. H. Smith   The Cash Stores
ale or WHIT
Starts  Saturday
The gn i ���        that   attended  previous January  White Sales has  spurred  us to  make   the White
Sao of Januai -. 1909, eclipBe all records, We believe th ��� reason why we have been so successful is because
we have what we advertise without exaggeration or subterfuge, Nothing is printed to mislead���everything we advertise i- here and just as we advertise i- We want to open the New Year with a Sale of
Wom.n's WJhll wear, such as Underskirts, Blouses, Draw,.., Dresses, Corset Covers, etc., ai prices away
below the ordinary
Muslin and Nainsook
Corset Covers
40c Corsel  Covera for 25c.   AM Bizes, made nice and full, quality extra super, Spanish Longclot.li; regluar 10c, Ow for 25c.
75c Corset Covers for 50c   Beautifully   trimmed    with    shadow   em
broidery and  val.  lace, extra fin.-   nainsook,   well   made   and   perfect
every   respect;    regular   TaC;      Sale  price 50c.
Women's White
Gowns
"c values    ���     50c;   300  White (down-,  made of goo
quality    longclo h,  trimmed  with    lace   and    clu
tucks:   regular . "���'.    For 50c.
J1.50 Gowns  for $1.00;    in Bile nainsook and S| a;
longcloth, etivit'o :e..\  trimmed; regular. $1.50.   For $1,
Stupendous
Clearance in
White Waists
$2 and $2.50 Lawn Waists
|ov $1, a truly surprising offer
Over 200 White Lawn. Mull and Lingerie Waists, our own
stock and Including a manufacturer's overstock, purchased
at away down price.-; each one a dainty masterpiece, beauti
. fully trimmed with lace, shadow embroidery, etc. Waists
that sell regularly at $2.00, $2.25 and $2.50. January sale
price $1.
Monster Values in
Women's White Underskirts
75c Underskirts for 50c
A sample  lot of White Lawn   Underskirts;   regular  75c   values,
January  sab- price 50c.
$1.50 Underskirts for $1.00
Oi flue  White Lawn, d ��� :> flounce of embroidery and late trimming;   regular $L50 values. January sab- price, $1.00,
Surprising Values in Ladies' Drawers
50c Drawer* for 25c.
Hemstitched and  lace  trimmed,  both
kinds;   good  value for 50c,    January
-ale   price  35C.
75c Drawee for 45c.
Nlcelj  trimmed, lace .and embroidery,
various styles, good quality longcloth;
regular 65c  and 7ac.    For  -lac.
Ladies' Wash Skirts at less than cost
.,-,      .���  i     ,f ,���. ��� own stock and a manufacturer's sample lot of 1909 Styles.   They will be put on sale it.
Z  thai; halfTg   >uch as $���������,,������  values for $3.00:   15.00 value,  for     $W   $:i.00  value,   for  ���.23.
�� ' -
See our display of Women's Aprons
50c and 75c Aprons for 25c:    In White and Colored Lawn, Batistes, Percales, Ginghams, etc. The biggest
anan ever ottered in Aprons; regular  50c  and 7ac   values.
January sale price Sac.
vY-hl^^
>;s.."iO each.
A big cut price in New Ladies' Wash Gowns
, ..   , ,  ���,, . indies' Wash Gowns that sell  for  $3.60,  $0.50  and
v.- iii this section quite a quantity ol extra Hue uwiei
Toclear we have reduced them to actual cost
w
ATCH  FOR THE  BIG JANUARY GENERAL  SALE.
<����ee��e��e����+e��eeee����e��e��ee����e��<
������������
''I thjMT    V I
News  to-mori
no issue *;�� the (Daily
i\v  morning.
Knock the cover on a box of "B.
C." cigars and try one. It will make
a "hit." *��
Care;. Pickles, of this city, yesterday received intimation of the death
of his father, David Pickles, of Wflke-
tield,York-bire, England, in his eighty-
fifth year.
Gamon's for Royal City Mixture. **
Rev. atui Mrs. J. S. Henderson will
be at home to the members of St.
Andrews congregation and friends at
the mails,- from three to six o'clock
this afternoon.
Investigate our methods and learn
how to save when you spend money
at the Co-operative Store, Sixth street.
Open Saturday.
'lite Commercial Travellers' annual
ball, which was held in Vancouver
on Wednesday evening, was attended
by Mr. and .\l>j. !���' .1. Lynch, Mr. and
Mrs. lb n Henry, and Miss Bllodeau,
of this city.
All dealers handle "B. C." and "Old
Sport" cigars. The old reliable
bivinds. **
A transfer of twenty prisoners .from i
the provincial jail  to the Victoria institution was effected yesterday after-
uon, th.- overcrowded state of the
local domicile of convicted sinners
making this measure an absolute necessity.
Oid Country mistletoe at Tidy's, the
Florist.   Phone 184. **
Special   inuaic   will   be rendered   a'.
th ,'��� tning service on Sunday at Knox
Presbyterian church, Sapperton, when
the i astor, Rev. E. G. Thompson, will
Ispeak on "The Christ that is to be,'
a New Year's address. In the morning he will address the congregation
on  "Believing  Prayer."
Dr. C. Lewis has for the past coupie
of days been demonstrating the advantages of "Blumgas" a new Ulumln-
ant, at the Russell hotel. A number
of business men of the city, who have
investigated the claims of the new
gas, have expressed themselves as
highly impressed with Its virtues.
Make profits on your own trading b;,
becoming a member of the Co-o.jera-
tive Association atid buying your
goods at the new Sixth Street Store,
Cunningham Block.
Fred ���>��� Lynch, proprietor of the
Beaver Cigar factory, yesterday forwarded to this office a box of choice
cigars, accompanied by seasonable
wishes, As every man on the staff
of the News is tin Inveterate smoker
the gift was highly apreciated, even
If It did go up in smoke shortly after
iis receipt.
Rev. Dr. White returned yesterday
from Toronto and other eastern cities,
where he had been on business connected With Columbian college for
-nine weeks. During his stay in the
east. Dr. White gave a number of
lectures on Westminster and the Pras-
,... river valley, also distributing a
large quantity of reading matter supplied by the Publicity Association.
Considerable Interest was manifested
in this district by tin- large audiences
which ho addressed.
UNEEDA
TEA SERVICE OR DINNER SET.���Come in and look over these
BIG specials:
BIG  SPECIALS!
40-Piece  K'gw' Shell China  Tea Service;   best    Staffordshire    English
manufacture    gold lined and rimmed and beautifully decorated floral
designs; wortft $20.00; for $3.9Q
Hare's Another Crackerjack���
104-Plece   English   Porcelain   Dinner  Service;   beautifully    decorated;
worth $20.00;   for    $7.50
About 30 Teapots;  worth 50c each; to be cleared out for 25c. each.
I
LEE'S Furniture  Emporium
LEES BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.    ���
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73.
IF YOU
WANT
a pair of Spectacles j
you can buy them   |
cheaper from us
than you can
from others.
^fe guarantee to
fit you perfectly
from SOC Up.
No fit, no pay.
Best wishes for
AH:
lq Pr<
.appy ana .Prosperous New Year
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
:eoeo oeoeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeoeoeoeo
m
HAPPY
-NEWYEAR]
TO OUR.
MSTCMERSg
I have had  the pleasure of adding many new names to my lis
of patrons during the past ���' ar and ! take this opportunity of wishing all of my old and new clients all prosperity during 100:��,
I hope, too, to meet many new customers during the Now V-ir
as those who wish to make every dollar count are just realising
that I can write their insurance at bettit- rates than they have
been  paying, and in reliable Canadian Companies.
Call for a Handsome Flag Calendar.
ALFRED W. McLEOD     *
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
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Meat Market
Prime Roast
Beef, Pork
Mutton
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
I-HIBAY
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WAGER OF BATTLE.
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S%r   Firm   Darin   Arc   Said   to   Havr*
Upon  I tPuRhi In lml>.
The first duel'* were fought In Italy,
according to Milllngen, who speaks si
a manuscript discovered at Oassel and
describes n duel between a father and
s Ron In the reign or the Emperor The
odorie. When Charlemagne forbade
wager of battle among '.he Lombards
he encountered the fiercest opposition
from the nobles. Karly in the ninth
century De Medicis, a knight, defeated
In single combat the bandit Mugel,
who devastated the Florentine district
now called after him, Mugello, Otho
11. granted the prayer of the nobility
Jor the re establishment of wager of
t>sttle iu 988. Women and priests
���were not compelled to accept it. The
Normans showed less gallantry, With
Them a woman had to accept, nor could
she name 8 champion. Her male op-
IMinent, however, was buried to his
waist in i earth. Armed with a
Club, he trie . to strike her as she clr-
rled around him. his weapon being a
ball of Iron at the end of a cord. If he
failed t.t touch her at the third nt-
teuipt he was vanquished, which
meant to him dentil with dishonor.
Beccarln says that the reason so
m&ny duels were fought in Italy In
the early days Is that where the law
does not afford protection one must
look to single combat to retain the re
sped of one's fellow men. In the mid-
ale ages tbe ferocity of Italian duels
passes belief. "Any way of putting an
enemy to death ('ognl modo') Is goo/1
enough," says one of their writer*
"When an Italian spares his vanquished adversary." says Bran tome, "be
maims his arms and legs and gives
film us a memento of his kindness and
generosity a hideous gash across the
face." Lnmpagnaun practiced on a
painted model of Galeazzo Sforza before he stabbed him. Dueling was
called "la sclenza eavalleresea,"���Corn.
hill Magazine.
Prni'tira)  MlimlrnHou,
"My dear." said the caller, with >
Winning smile, to the Mttle girl who
occupied ihe study wblla her father,
an eminent literary man, was at bis
dinner, "I suppose you assist your pap*
bv entertaining the bores?"
"Yes, sir." replied the little girl
gravely. "I'lease be seated."���Wash-
tofrten Journal
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied cus-
toi
IIIJK jWHKH SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT       *
4�� Rates on work of any des-    .j.
M     cription   or quantity   quoted    *r
,***     on application.
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on the corner of Royal avenue and Eleventh street. Splendid warehouse or factory site; B. C. Electric and C. P. R.
tracks run past this pioperty. Price $3000. Reasonable
terms.    THIS IS A SACRIFICE.
I Dominion Trust Co.
 T. R. PEARSON, Mgr	
New Westminster,  B. C.
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LADIES'  AND  GENTS'  TAILORS       fc
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Streets.
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Gentlemen,    your    wardrobe is  not
complete if you do not possess a
Full Dress Suit
and a
Tuxedo  Suit.
Only the very best goods and trimmings used, and the fa guarantei d.
RUTLEY'S
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Thp      Milwaukee        *'    ��PP��Slte P��St ��mct- Columb.a  Street,    j*j
'The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Ihe  Wide  Man.
"This popular fiction is all rot In
real life the girl's father seldom objects to tbe man of her choice."
Vou're wrong there. He often ob-
lects, but he's usually too wise to say
anything."���Louisville Courier-Journal
Chicago,   "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in  the  world  that  equal  in
equipment that of the  Chicago,  Mil
waukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
I own  and operate their own  sleeping
! and r^oingr ~;ts on alll their trains and
I give    h.i    ��� trons  an  excellence  of
*ervi_t.   l.    , btainable elsewhere.
.4. s. ROWE. General Agent.
i 134 Third 5a.. cor A5<W  ���Portland. Or
Any time Is the proper time for say-
lug what is just.���Greek Proverb.
W       ADVERTISE       -S��
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THE       DAILv       NEWS
If   "ou   WANT   HELP.
C.   H amber'
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary   Public Conveyancer
We Sell the Celebrated
Res.  42H
Gasoline Engines
Room   10,   Brine  Block
New  Westminster P.O.Box 795
NOTICE
Painier  Bros.  Engines
1% to 25 h. p., 2 and -1 cycle.    Besl
... . . value on the market,   Engines kent In
reamsters  and othera    are  hen by
notified   that   on  and    after    Monday    """'k at
i>. cember Uth, 1908, the Glen Bridge
on Sixth Avenue will    be    closed    to
vehicular  traffic and  will  remain  so
until reconstructed.
By order,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
New Westminster, R C, Dec n. 19 a
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
tenth Street,   -   New Westminster
Mall Service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails at the New Westminster post office, the hour given in
each case being the hour of closing,
which is half an hour, as a rule, before the actual despatch. All mails,
unless otherwise stated, are despatch-
ed and received daily excei I Sunday.
The only mails dispatched and received Sunday are the C P. R. south
and C. P. R. east mails, not Including
the way mails, Sapperton, Eraser
Mills and Coquitlam.
Malis  Despatched,
6:00 a. in. (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous night)���Vancouver via
ti. N. R, "Owl."
7:30 a.m.���Vancouver and (except
Tuesday) Victoria, via it. C Electric
railway.
Sumas and Seattle, including all ''���
S. points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Huntingdon, B.C., via C. P. H. south: also
C. P. R, east, Sapperton, and Fraser
Mills.
S:30 am.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points east anil Bouth;
also all points between New Westmin-
ster and Blaine,  via O. N.  R,
Note.���Cloverdale and di;ttict (Clover Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and Kensington Prairie) Hazel-
mere, Port Kelts, Hall's Prairie and
Nicomekl despatched daily except Sunday: Clayton, Monday, Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday: Tynehead
ami lion Accord, Wednesday and Saturday. These malls are till received
same days as despatched,
11:00 a.m.- Vancouver, Victoria and
Centra] Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30  p.m.   Strawberry  ll  I,    Tin; '
berland   and   South Westmin ter,   by
courier (Tuesday an l F'lda
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, b; courier.
2:00 p.m.���Bnrqultlam, I        urier.
2:00 p.m.���Ladner,   Port    Guli h< 1
v.    tham  I land and Sunb daily
��� Sunday;  Woodward.    Tuei da ���
Thursday  and   Saturday,  1 la    teami 1
Favourite, Capt. J. C, Bruc<,   (Sti ve
ton mall despatched and receivi 1   via
Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    PI j
Siding, via G,  X.  R. north.
4:00 -Vancouver and Bti
via   I!. C.  Electric  rallu iv.    Satu
an  extra  mail  is despal V c
toria. via Vancouver at   1
Blaine and Seattle, h ig all U
S. points east and south, vi
"Flyer." I
2:::o p.m.���C. P. it.   ,s. , 1^;
Fraser Mills and Ooq iitjjL
Note.���The  two  7:30 ;. a
mails, south  and ea
all   points     from    Ne
east   fincluding   Lang),
via Port Haney.)    Th.
R.   despatch   omits  all
points east of Couuith.
V,.,
aim
!:30,
Low��]
Meadows, Port Haney, Portu,
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Webster's
Agassiz  and   Harrison
Mails for Port Moody       !;
both via Vancouver an       a
Mails   Reciiveti,
6:45 a.m.���Blaine an
eluding all l-. S. point
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.-.
Tirnberland   and  Souti.
by courier (Tu?sday 1
8:20 a.m.���Vancouv.
via li. C. Electric raih...
9:30 a.m.��� Vancouv
10:00   ta,   11:00   a.m
Gulchon,  Westham Islan
day,  Thursday  and Sat .
ward, via steamer Pavu
ton despatched and 11
couver.)
12:30   to   1    p.m.
Sapperton,  Eraser  Ml
lam.
1:00 p.111. Vaneouv
and Fraser Arm.
l :30 p.m.��� East Bui
2:30 p.m.���Burquli
3:30 p.m.��� Maine
eluding all I'. S. points
between Blaine and '���
Via   ti.    V    K.      I See   1,
days  on  which  the
itched  and  receivi I
t 15 p.111 ��� Van co ..
"Flyer"
\'Hle..   He
ay.
9:00 p.m.- -Vli toria ������
7:00 n.n
ng all r. s, po n
' ween Huntingdon and
.: 1   C,   P.   I!
Mil
l :00 p.m.���C. I'. R,
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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Y, JAN.   1,  1909.
THE DAILf NEWS.
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Gifts
Perfumes,
Chocolates
Ebony Goods,
etc., etc.
A pleasure to
show you the
s,oods.
AT.
RYALL'S
Drug Store
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We extend to all, our
best wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
. J. MacKay & Co.
Stationers
News Dealers
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EW YEAR
Clean Sweep Sale
Ai   th   commencement of each yeai we hold a House clean
In ; Sal    a Sale Inaugurated for the purpose of sweeping out
of thi   bouse every Winter Garment of every nature���wearables
of evi :". sort for Men, Boy.-.- and Children,
I' - good business on our part to do so���far better than   to
cany stock another season.
The end of our SELLING time on Winter Goods is in sight;
the end of the WEARING season is three or four months away.
Our "SWEEP SALE" Is Your
Opportunity
ALL OUR MEN'S  OVERCOATS, RAINCOATS, MEN'S SUITS,
AND MENS  PANTS
Reduced 25 per cent, on the
dollar
$25.00 Overcoats for. .$18.75
$20 00 Overcoats for. .   15.00
$16.00 Overcoats for..  12.00
$12.50 Overcoats for. .    9.40
$10.on Overcoats for..    7.50
$7.00 Men's Pants for..$5.25
$6.00 Men's Pants for.. 4.50
$5.00 Men's Rants for. . 3.75
$4.00 Men's Pants for.. 3.00
$25.00 Men's Suits for $18.75
$22.00 Men's Suits for    16.50
$18.00 Men's Suits for    13.50
$15.00 Men's Suits for    11.25
$10.00 Men's Suits for     7.50
Soft and Stiff Felt Hats, 25
per cent, discount.
$4.00 for $3.00; $3.00 Hats
for $2.25; $2.50 hats for $1.85
Jno. B. Stetson Hats 10 per
cent, off.
Nothing Reserved        Everything Goes
Twenty-five per cent, off Men's Heavy Underwear, Men's
Sweater.-,    Men's    Heavy  Working Shirts, Fancy Vests, etc.
All lines of Dr. Jaeger's Pure Wool Underwear and Sweaters sacrificed 25 cents on the dollar.
will pay you to invest jn eevrything in our line that you'll (be apt
Thi- Sale means a lo s to us, but���
to want for   some    time to
A   MONEY   SAVING  PROPOSITION   FOR YOU !
We will be unable to charge any f;oods at the
inces.
RE ID   8i   CO.       Nobby CLOTHES For Men
TAGS FOR ARMY MEN.
In future wars of the Unite*
States there will lo no unidentified
dead after battles, because hereafter all officers and enlisted men id
the American army will be tagged.
Acting Secretary of War Oliver ha*
ordered that aluminium disks, inscribed with the officer's or Boldier'e
name, refill .'enI and company, bo is-
lued to every regular soldier by the
loartennaster's department. These
wi'Jl be worn suopeaded around the
acck under the clothing. The idea
���f tagging wr.6 recently suggested
to the general staff by Surgeon General OTZeiik, who has just returned
from Switzerland, where he repre
seated the United States at the
Pied Cross conference. Such a badgo
of identification is generally used
in foreign armies. Thousands of
unidentified dead of the civil war
Mow lie in Arlington cemetery, Virginia, and in other national ceme
teries.���Philadelphia Record.
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China'* Firjht on Opium.
China has again decreed the abo
lition of the culture of opium poppies and the use of opiunp ,ir its
products in any of its forms savs
medicinal. This action, which oonaes
in the shape of au imperial edict.
was the direct result of the report
of (he Ckinese commission appoint
��i to visit this country and Europe,
and the edict is signed by the heads
of both civil and military affairs
This is not the first attempt of Cln-
Rii to free herself from the effect*
of th<? opium trade. The first effort]
ot.. made in 1839. That result led
to z. war with Great Britain, which
profited '..���> the export of opium t;.
China, and as a result of the wiw
the edict was re-railed, and Chin*
had to pay an indemnity oi abov
ff.08'0,000
D*raimlii   <���   Ifrrmt-r.
Dickens was twwJty-seven years old
wtcn. In 1830. he moved from Doughty
street to l)av��a^jire terrace. George
dn Mimrler lived for some years In 1
TevoBshlre terrace. la this celebrate1!
bonne Dickens wrote no fewer than
ten of his l>ooks-"The Old Curiosity
Shop," "Barhaby Uudge. Phe Christ
runs Carol," "American .Votes," "Mai
tin Cbuzzlewtt," 'The Haunted Man,"
"The Battle of Life," "Dombey antf
Son," "Tbe Cricket on the Hearth'* am)
"David Copper*ild." Devonshire ter
race was altutf*'/* at tbe corner of the
Marylebone road and used to be called
the smartest terracu In Lotuion
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Explanation Why
W. J. Kerr Was Summon
The following paragraph appeared in The Columbian of Wednesday evenn
": OLICE COURT CASES.���W. J. Kerr was summonsed to the police co
doing   n insurance business without a license.   Magistrate Corbould has adj.
/6th."
��� the reporter, wh< (aused this news item to appe .:. been more i
he readers of The 'olumbian, he would, no doubt, lave added thai
he refused to pay a license covering an insuranc ? company foi   ���
vr provided for i i1 'ough another agent.   In other words, the
���stminstei are ask    ; and expect to be paid a lice      fof an irisur
[err whicl comp<      is also represented by anoth     ,eal estate a i
e license giving them the. p   / lege to do bi
or agents.   Although the    ense was n
the other insurance agent r p ��� senting this
his matter on behalf of the  ompany,
s committed a misdemeanour and violi 1
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pay what has been already p: id an i provr
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tffiB  DAlL?   NEWS.
PRIDAY,  JAN. 1, 190$,
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Now that the rush of the holiday trade is over we take this
opportunity of thanking our
many friends and patrons for
ihe liberal patronage we have
received during the past year.
I   sincerely   wi h   you   all
The Compliments of the Season
and a very Happy and Prosperous  New Year.
C.A.WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
THE
Hardware Store
Is the Place to  Procure Your
Xmas Goods
Get something that will be useful  as  well as  ornamental.
Razor Sets, Carvers, Five
O'clock Tea Kettles, Plated
Goods, Shaving Sets, Mirrors,
etc., etc.
Anderson &
Lusby,
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.       m*-
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
The Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
Doors, Windows, Turning, and Bandsawing.
Local Notes
Judge Howay    returned    yesterday I
from a visit to Vancouver Island.
1
Alfred Hitii'tlman Laves    today    for
Toronto, where he will visit his parents.    He win be away some time,
The   Tartar,   [belonging;   to    ;Whit-j
taker  of   Vancouver,   brought   in   an
LS-swifter boom for the Fraser Riverf
mills yesterday afternoon,
Clear   Havana   cigars of    exclusive;
merit���the  "Brillante,"   made  by   the
B.  C. Cigar factory. ���*
The 1/ird Shaftesbury was towed up \
by the Lome yesterday to the Fnaser)
River mills, and the Ivanhoe, having
completed loading, went down stream ;
en  route  for South America.
The members of the quarterly offi-1
clal board of the West End Methodist
church and their wives were entertained  by -Rev.  and  Mrs. F. A.  Magee at |
the     parsonage    yesterday    evening.
Twenty-eight guests  were present.
!
Tbe thanks of the Daily News staff j
tare extended to Thos. Freeman, of the'
Steamboat Exchange, for a seasonable
gift of a highly appreciated nature. |
The empty bottles were thrown away
shortly after the paper went to press.
For first-class cut flowers and    any
kind    of    Floral     work,      telephone j
Davies' Greenhouse, 13208. **    ,
v.
Ten names are attached to an application  made yesterday to the'min-,
ing recorder's office for a  license  toj
prospect for coal and    petroleum    in
! -section 34, township 20, in the Nico-
'men district.    Most of the applicants'
are Chilllwack men. |
We make a specialty of   fir   door?,
Steamed and kiln dried.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Factory:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413.
New Westminster.
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!     THE      DAILY       NEWS
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To  INCREASE  Your BUSINESS.
Sheffield Cutlery
Pockei Knives, Carving S'-K Table Knives, Forks and Spoons.
Gil     In many lines of useful and dainty household articles,    :   :
BRYSON & SONS
Sole   Agents for   Monarch   Ranges.
Columbia   Street. Telephone 65.
3? MM
The  Brunette Sawmills    will   close,
down   tomorrow   or   Monday   for  two
weeks for the annual repairs,   A number of men will naturally he laid off, I
but it is the intention of the company
to continue as many in work as pos-j
sible.    This  is a favorable time  fori
the mill to close down.
I
The ctisiom returns for the porl of
Westminster  for   the   month   of   December,  including  the outports, show j
a  decrease on    December    1907,    of
$15.71,    the    duty    collected      being
$14867.40.      The;.- is,  however, an in-1
crease of $2163.17  in  the chief port. I
which  comprises  the city office.
The announcement  Is  made  by C,
\    Welsh   thai   he  has  acquired  the
grocery store  business carried on  at
Sappfttbn by J. J. Efford opposite thei
Royal Columbian hospital.   The building   will   be   enlarged     and     Howard;
Welsh will undertaRe the management.
It will be made i   first class store, and'
will   carry   IB   addition   to   grocerie
manv i.tin''  al tract ve lines.
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[New    Year's    Schedule I
The B. C. E. Ry. Co., on New Year's Day, J
will run the usual Sunday service.
< )n that day ���
I Adults 50c, Children 25c ��
Return. Return. ���
First car 8 a, m.; Last car 11:30 p. m.        ��
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
uflice "Phone 18s.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street-
Baggage   dellven      promptly    to
any part of tne city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   OEPOT.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CA3INET  MAKER.
(Three  Years  Witt J.  A.  Lee.)
h:is just  opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.    Mission  furniture a  spe-|
cialty;  office and  store furniture;  all,
kinds of furniture  repairs.
First class Workmanship,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: 26 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
IP.   O.   Box  304. Hoube  Phone   S 29.
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OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POST CARDS
ARE NOW  ON  SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR   OIVAN,   F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR," Columbia  Street
Turkeys, Geese and
Chickens
-' AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Fifth Avende
PHONE 171
EOWELL 4 odd/, proprietor*
Protect Your Estate
5Y APPOINTING THIo" COMPANY YOUR .
EXECUTOR AND TRUSTEE
THE WESTMINSTER1TRUST
���AND-
SAFE DEPOSIT CO., Ltd.
Head Office and Safe Deposit Vaults':
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
F. J. HART,
Managing Director
WATCH FOR LARGE HANDBILLS OF OUR
GREAT
January Clearance Sale
WHICH OPENS
MONDAY, January 4th, 1909
The greatest sale of LADIES' READY TO WEAR CLOTHING. Dry Goods. Hous-furnshings, Fins, Mill r,
ery, Etc., ever held in Now Westminster. $15,000 worth of an overstock which must be cleared out if pel
sible before January 31st.   .Watch for every  advertisement,   .Bring these Nats with  you and   investigate tfc��
special offerings	
Everything as advertised . Everthing reduced (except spooU and patterns. All goods marked in plain figures. Cash only. No goods on
approbation   pr exchanged  at  sale   prices.
Ladies' Skirts
One lot Ladles' Tweed and Fancy Chevioi Skirts; regular values $5
to $10.75. Sale price, each $295
One lot Ladies' New Tweed Panama and Black and White Skirl in
shades of green, navy, grey ani dark cardinal; regular values $6.00
to $1$,75.   Sale price, each $2.95
One lot Fine Venetian, Vicuna and Fan''   Cheviot Skirts, besi quality
materials;   regular values  $9.50 to $12.50,    Sale  price, each $4.95.
One lot Misses' Skirts in Tweed and Mae!, and  a     ���   checks;  regular
values $11.00 to $500.    Sale price, each SIS'".
Ladies' Suits
Six only. Ladles' Suits In navy, green, brown  and   grey chevioi
values $15,00 to $17.50,    Sale price $8.95.
Five only, Ladies'  Suits, cheviot   mixtures;     eg    value,   $22.50      Sali
price half, or $11 25.
Ladies' Jerseys and Golf Coats
Four dozen  Knitted Jackets and Klmonas In a lozeu or mo      ���   ���
regular values $2.60 to $3.75.     Sale price each $1-95.
Ladies' Wrappers
Two dozen only.   Ladies'  Flannelette   Wri I        eoloi ilti
price $1 50 and $1.75.    Sale pri ,     ..
One lot Dark Print  Wrappers;     .gu 25     Sale  pi .-���    .a. i,
95c.
80 Ladies' Coats
In Ha.-  Stripi     Plain Chpvlots.S   iwi       ool   Tweed Res
ular   price.-    $8.50   to    $21.50,     Saleprici    :-���     ��� tctly hall     Ice  or
$4.25  to $10 75.
Underwear
One lot Ladles' White and Natural Wool Vests and Drawei
price $1.00 e price G5c, One lol Flahnelel Night liowm
and white:  regular value $1. Salt    irice 70c,
STAPLES
20 Pieces of  Plain  Dress Sateens   In   odd   shadi        hoi-i  end    and
slightly mussed pieces, sultabl     or quilting  oi   linin     v<    ;;   regular
price 20c and 25c.    Sale price   10c.
Five pieces  Halifax Tweed;   da   .  colore    re  ular prlci   COi   and  '���"������
Sale price per yard, 13c. English Striped   Flanel     .    n. ...    tripe .   fa  I
colors;  regular price 20c.    Sale  prlc<   lie.
15 pieces  English and Canadian Shin ngs,  ginghams;        ular  prlci
lioc and 25c.  Sale  price  12%c.
Sash Muslin / with loops for banging, and Lace Edge Muslin; regular
valui s 20c,    Sale pi lc? 12%c
il pieces Bleached and Unbleached Table Linens, 5-1 ,, 60 Inches
v. id.     regular prici   GOc.   Sale price, per yard, 45c.
4 Lines of Children's Coats
Selling ai $1.95, $2.95, $3.95 an I $4-93; regulai of which were from
$3.75 to $13.00, in ,, greai many instance prices an li than half
price,
Look for
Special
Red Tags on the
FURS
Every Fur in the stock at
prices which offer yon great inducements to buy now, if you
have put off doing so. You had
better choose now.
Glovesand Hosiery
20 dozen Miss,,.' ;inil Boys' Heavy
Winter Hose; regular prices, 25c
to 30c. S;ih. price, per pair, "lie.
Om- hii Ladles' Embroidered Cash.
mere and Lisle Hose; regular price
65c to 75c. Sale price, per pa|ri -n(.
On.- Loi Roynier's Tan and Mack
Khl Cloves;  regular Jjrlce, $1.26.���
Sale price,  95c.
One Lot Gauntlet Gloves;   regular
price $2.25 t<-> $2.75.    Sale, $1.!i5.
One lot Ladles' and Misses' Wool
ami ('ashmen. (Jloves; regular
price, 35e and 10c.   Salo price, 25c.
Bargains in
HOUSE
Furnishings
10 pi.-. ���     UK ich .;  Shi    Ing
find   twill* 'I.   En      h   mak ���
values,   !<.;"
per ya   '.   13;
Unblea I    Shi i
best  grad \ altii
;.t.d   10c;    hori    ��� Sal
per j ai .1    25c.
12 doze n   Lin i 'I'.itj .
h< mstiti '���   : ...   i"
: .      S :������  prl       ;   '..    $1 00
20   Ends   \-  Sal    at   and   Di
'   ��� onnes In llghi an I dark   lis :.
ular pi Ice    I    in '   10c    S
ii r yar I
CORSETS
Vic toi
' Inr pri
$1.25
pair.   :���
LACES AND
EMBROIDERIES
'���'���    l-"!'    '" ced   1
��� .".    per
sorted   up            lo .        ,..���
��� '.I.    . mgi
S.a                     ',    ���.-.., i  i.
Onp  Loi   Whit    Cam ��� Ic and  i
" ��� ti      Flam    ��� Embi oldet .��� -
prii ���     '.-   ��� Sale
per yard,  5c
Dress Goods
One Loi  Di  - In all col
ain n    erial    In thi     eason
goods in I. ngthg . inglng from --v
to 7 yards     No le ���- will be Bold ������
we are   mn   i      lie  low   price
cii i,  the .    ��� w i'hnii:
ting  ..n   :��� mi . il      . tie      i"������ i
values an  75c . S5c ,  i  and $1.0
The ��� ml e loi in clear at, pei  \ ���
I" pieces Cream and Colored i
pacas; tegular values, 60c and 0!
Sale price, per yard,   15c.
One lot  Dresi    Tweeds,    Melton
l'laids.  Checks, . t< ;   regular  vaUlCl
::.'.(. t,, BOc. Sale price, per yai
25c.
5  pieces whit,   ii, arakln  and
trachan,   51    Inches   wide;    ivgu ..
price $8.00  to  $3.60.    Sale   prl<S
$2.55.
2 pieces Soiled Wool Eiderdown, .
iiiehiis wide; fegular price 7.r.i
Bale  price,   15c.
���4
i 't
W. S. Collister & Co.
���E  STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
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