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 Accident
' ......IDItLlT
I    TE, SH.LES * CO.
|n      ,.  e. Phone 65
t Columbia M*
LIPE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
I IER 274.
N'EW  WESTMINSTER,  is.  C.,   WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVE.MBE R 1
1,   190.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
[ff IS MPIfl)   ���f^l��T!fOF?lBO'
-/. ivernor Sir Andrew
Lser Escapes I'cath by
Fault ol    artridges. ���
Matsqui  Municipal Council 3M Welsh
Erothers Will  Contribute  Equal
Share of Indemnity ti   Widow.
| SPURNS IffI HAND    |���B ^huyleh comes j FRASER PER MILLS
HAS BEEN ARRESTED    Of DUC D'ABBRUZZI i0 mw_ ���ss���!
Man Alleged to Be Respon-Senator Elkins Would Not
sible for Interurban Wreck!    Countenance   Morganatic
\S il
Give     Expert     Attention   to   Reclamation iciemt���i*Jeed  of
Nev/ Dam.
Tho
\ dai 'ti
i Bengalese
.   Mui'. w  !i ndei on
i.i       of
her   atteni it -
leblii-i'l '    Lhal ""'" " ::'
aci. upon hii
Sir   Andrew
ftjli
ii.. ���
lassas
.:
m "i. .a    .,
u*i< i   munioi] ���!   cn
attempt    ������. tlar   m    .
usual   pro]      I on    I his
of how   iL.ii '
.vhii w of  I.': F.'effi8}at|ve j
Th
.-' i nn
c  little tme a_
ivas   ou      -   ni in
Ml    imi,  and, i
" ii di..-
ai   thi ir :..  '
a i ���       ar ai
:, ���   ,      . lti hman
iliMtf. ' I responsihh
Found by the Police.
Marriage of His Daughtei
CHARTER MANY SHIPS
Large Export Trade to South
America Will Mean Much
to This City.
in    .   ..
mistaking ,\ir Prasiloski
for a   wil I   animal.
Vi' I ih, in iii
followed
shot    him.     M
In   ...   Int trui ban
hi      Vv*.    Bill .    'he*
. iposed    to    be
^^^^^^^^^ll. : ;,_��� ("i-iiti-a!
. .   .      - to thi     single    I ne    at
i lladsti led to l he ca  t -
��� ��� vening, has been
���   ti*d  in Vane, u .��� r  bj     Di " ctlve
.lunro of tl -    [ici   and Provin-
I
KWthl
acci >mpan
;:.
was ucqultt Intent.(cial Co Smith,  thus  disposing
The widow '���;' the -!��� ad    an ha
^^^^^^^^^^^JUixious   :..     a.,'..    yy|
lwank  ���'���'������ '������������������ hi    and      night the mat- |o*c.ocl.   yesterday  afternoon
:    Bengal,    and  t( ,. |j( fore   ,;i, Mat8qU| ,,,,,���,
,h" y- M* c- A-l    Paul  k.  Welsh wi , .,
an I wa i , re ent, as his bro- j
Lher, A.  F   Welsh,    ri,    latter ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tha   it was thi  earn    i   I   Ire ol hli d   the  scene of the accidenl   at
self and   hla   irother to do whatevei   Beacon ti-.i. the switchman's position
thej   could  and  In
tha
,i  .  ��� .. bj   Prof.  v..
inlversity,  at
was    . rowdi d
: Included many
| fgid nts,   Jusi
ivei nor      Bteppe I
.i  .    ,i.- man, <** ho af*
of    Nhowo-
irusi   -i   revol-
.     ���      ot    Sir   ,An-
\... ��� ���'.   ilir    trigger
' 9 missed  fire
Ij "If   ni>on    the
Id truck savagely
���HBcreiarj with I Is revolver, and
':, :.*     ,-erelj   on   the  head,
ivei :.i_"|.'l|
���Its. K' ':..   :,,ali,-.injit!i.   a
:- ..ml    strength,
��ui U��ul F    -.-i   nml     flung
a     door    oui     of
.*:..- mp  of  Bengalese
, ied    quickly    to
title*'.ani i oui of the hall.
thi   commotion.
tu j  were presenl
fo.'ier to . ���*������ ;i    Nhowdbury,    but
, ompll ' ���      t'ailniv
-.
ii    i    f the surmise t ha   ti    had i ommli ��� d
iut relief whs irresi  waa made al two
and   the
man   ��� at tht'    provincial
i
On Wednesday, Nov. 25, the Chilian
barque Ivanhoe, 1000 tons  burden, i.-,
lie
��� i
cinincl^^^^^^^^^^^
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^!e also i
minded the council, however, that he
,'n'i-s ni/iiiy had met with a gn at h al
ol persecution at the hands of the de-
' ��� a-.- I's brothei. and this mu*-' stop i i
he would taki legal procei lings, He
:. "l assisted the family with provisions from time to time and he sum n
ready to make a hionetary contribution.
The reeve .stated tha{ ������; further
tiouhi... arising I'mm Vinceni l"'iasil-
OBkl would be met with the utmost severity the law would allow It was
mutually agreed that the sum of $100
a year, for three years, be provided for
the widow and orphans. Of this sura
thi council furnishes $l.">'i and Messrs,
A. I", and Paul H. Welsh the other
half. This 3um is m be paid out. In
the shape of a fixed monthly all iwanCe
and an agreement is to be drawn up
and entered Into between the council.
the w.-lsh brothers and thi b< reaved
widow.
The coronei    Dr.  Jeffs,  empanell   11 Difficult^        ose through Senator El-
tatedji   jurj on Monday afternoon, and they kins' refusal to sanction a morganatic
marriage nnd because of I
: Ion <i ' hi qui n mothi r who had
other matrimonial view: for the
duke. Th king a c m 3ent, howevi r,
has been ol tained and the bride will
be fully i-:-. gnizi 1 as i royal princess. Queen Helena litis been a strong
supporte    of  Miss  Elkin    throughout.
  Tin- ,::.   i,-i  I I  i-aina.   1 ii.e I
i   B. ('- i--.  ic i ompany to
London,   N'ov.   in.���The    Dall;    J..        ! Its Chilliwack extension    through
press   assert hi     weddin '"'���'      "<   ���'"' lake.  ]"  ;,1"s    :'"* ^^
the duke ol   _bruzzl and  Miss  Kath- ���       '���  !u   thousand    acres    oi   due at  Fraser Mills, where it will
erine Elkins  will taki   plac    ln  R  '  "'"*;* |Vi;il" i'""1 >'-    ""   loaded with  lumber    for    Valparaiso,
,������ Turin -  me timi  In 1909.   The Ex-  l,rov '"''    '���-  "'w Included in the  big South America,
press claims to have authority to   late j 'tarnation   Bcheme   al   Sumas.    Be-|    The Ivanhoe
that   the   king  and   tnembi rs  of   I  ���
royal (amilj   ��ish the raai riage i t '
Bolemnized  in   Italj   with  Btati   cen -
nionii--:   ���    hat i hi nal ��� i.   na    pa
; ate, aj   It Is among I he Italian peo
pie thai thi   bride w 111 i p m i her lifi
Ace n din      'i he Ex n       the v.��� I
ding pro ably will take pl ici  early   n
L909, though possibly noi befor ��� Lent.
sid
:���
the first in  -i
whi ii are to
ist    another    20,000 , large number of vessel
will ������������.* reclaim'."! In the vicin.1       iad ai   Fraser Mills during the com*
���;   Sumas   lake,   and    he   ������<���������   will   lng month      Si .��� i    ur   eight    large
tati    the    building    ol     lykes  ships hav,. beta  chartered for
ilong   the   Fram i   an l   Suma ���   .iver;
lne
.- Ing   in  length   about
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ cat;���)-
lum ier b i       n  '..'���  tminsti r and
thlrtj   south   American  i-orts,  three or Pour
th       -aest  point  of the  dykes   ieing due to leave here .very month,
o bi   twen ,  feet, iccoidlng to the carg i carrying cap-
Vi . as.i two pumping plants w ill b
��� pressed upon    "   ai  i - la    Cottage, and also examined
none regi   ted the acci-|the wrecked cars in the shops.   The
denl more than they did. H
BRAWL AMONG STUDENTS
working of the cars according to the
i.i waa also explained to tne
jury, of which Matt Barr is foreman,
A. E. Beck, solicitor and claims agenl
of the B. c. E. K., also accompanied
the party.   After the bodies had been. ^^^^^^^^
viewed to permit of iburial, the inquest  flWP   |}l!.\|j|{|* ji   HliHT  IV
was  adjourned   until   the  conductors, I HUH I   111
who are the principal witnesses, are
able io attend. W lv Burns will r< -
.:..n: the authorities ai the subsequent Inquiries, and what indictment
may be laid against Ellis will depend
on the evidence then given.
Most of th.' injur.-.1 aie Still in thi
Genera] hospital, Vancouver, there being IT whit, s an.l _ Chinamen. Three
members of the Farquharson family
are .till in the hospital, where the In-
red   .!���     rogi. -.-in_ satisfactorily.
tailed    the  entire  work    to
-   a  million dollars.
Surveyors  and   ,-i,imi<-. rs  h,,\..
irlng plans under tho direction of
the  well   known engineer,  .1.   Fran, is
.���   . p a, .,;  [owa.    lt is the Intent! in
���   company who will be given the
contract  by the dyking coninii-sionar.-
to  proceed   with active worl;  at  once
ani yesti rday Mr. J. U. Schuyler, consulting  engineer   of   San     Francisco,
arrived in Vancouver to assist in the
furthering of the scheme.
Mr. Schuyler will also prepare a
report on the construction of a new
dam at Coquitlam to cost probably
..200.000.
II SYMPHONY
Will COMING HEHt
japan to fttouet
MILITANT   EXPENDITURE.
NAmerican   Musicians  Will   Visit
! iDecember���Object is t0 Pro.
v* Science   Laboratory.
a- ng
tne
��� *    ,, ,
'.,    ,.!)
.'���
b    : ������ ���
famous
'���'--''���
���**���'���"��� ���- .���'. in.li.,  oJ��b  Wlll   play  at
���"���ima b'.,:-.   .    Ws city.   The   tb.
��� a,.   Ig  i ne that
ll   io  all.  the  Idoa
l1^' ���' ��� the  expenses,  to
"������* J   .��� mica
and physical labara- j
I   ��� School.
"A ������"'"-' ol   teaching    the
ai   the   high   school
(' "'���'    *       *-i i as the theor.  ol
In mlstry has long been :
��� i. hers,   and    if    the
support   of such  an
'   ��� her,,   can    he      n"
...I will soon have
rat on
'.,-........   .\,,v.   in.   -The financial  d��_*
V.ir'tt'ient   today   announced  the  bud-
S'-'t   for the  next    year,    a'-tgrei
:-' 8 51 ���',       This   ta- an     that
' Imi ni of mnd:; (or militai.,. ���. ���
al and . Ivil . ut. rpristjs is $84,090,000.
i ��� '.ni a.n i.s iu line with ili��- gen-
. ; al , oljcj ol the new cabinet, w hich
Is making every endeavor t.i save
nionej and .any the nation over the
, ia .1 of financial depression. There
is Mill some objection to tins policy,
but the conservative element strongly
supports Hi*; government,
Vienna, Nov. in.��� An encounter between   iwu  warring factions  of .siuii-
"iiis attending  the university of Vienna resulted this morning in injur*,  to
about   100 ol   tiie  young    ni'ti.     The
cause oi   tae  conflict  i._ to lie found
'in   the  smouldering   antagonism    between thi   Pan-German and the Jewish students. This inner feeling broke
: .mi iini.i, and l- t to .- sanguina<-y en
counter.
Three   hundred    of    the    Hebrews
m-iTii   nnni nunnnniiAnii   blockaded oue ol the main staircases.
DEATH FROM HlfDROPIiOBIA Apprised of the situation, ,., im-
Germans gathered In force and
.-   .. "! . ..-: '���_.       ed  thi   staircase   which  leads    -    the
Minneapolis,   Minn,   S*dv.   lO.-m  'alcon.v-   T1" l'v-]nhy- for a ��� v' "���"���
a race   with  death  from  dreaded  hy.l-1 men's  was  fierce,  but  in  the mist ot
WOMAN RACES TO ESCAPE
G  N.  R.  WORK TRAIN
DERAILED AT  SAPPERTON
1 it a | ,.i, ion of thi
alcon-. ���  ��� -hed to
.   Liang-   .'  ������ i	
n  Min-   the gi mndando.ei 100 itudents went j feel  of track was torn    up
 .= -.ran,.
. i ........ Mrs. D. Law ren <.   of Lan
ham,  Saskatchewan, arrived  i"  ���.a. , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
neapolls this morning,    to   take    the with  it.    Most .,t tltem  w  re injured
Pasteur treatment.    Over a week agojand some seriously.
Mrs. Lawrence    ��as   hit ten    by
The traffic on ihe Great Northern
main line to Vancouver was badly tied
up yesterday in consequence of a
work train with locomotive No. 450
leaving the track at the derail switch
opposite the penitentiary gates, close
to the signal tower at Sapperton at
11:15 a.m. ln some way unknown
the locomotive left the track, followed hy the tender and ledgerwood
hoist. Little damage was done to the
i quipment, but it was nearly live
o'clock before the 1-ne was cleared,
and ali traffic northbound and bouth-
bound  was tied up,    In all about Ou
aci;. of the different vessel,
<":M The chartered boats have been
I mostly picked up at different ports
along the Puget Sound, there being
a large number of boats available ai
the present titme, as this is the
slackest season of the year In .-hipping circles. Arrangements are now
being made with regard to the pilotage of the different boats up the Fraser river.
The securing of the large boats for
the transporting of lumber to South.
American and probably Australian
ports, is a healthy '.sign for this city.
The making of this port the headquarters for twenty or thirty ocean going
vessels will tend to bring Westminster prominently before the eyes of
the shipping men. and will assuredly
be the means of bringing more trade
to this city. The victualling of these
ships, which will have to be done
here, will also be an item of considerable importance to local merchants.
STREET LETTER COXES
ilUE TO ARRIVE TODAT
and
':-' ���    .
I
Supreme Court Cases.
Ottawa.   Nov   le.     In    the     suprenu
coma .it Canada today judgment was
rendered in two Western cases, In the
British Columbia appeal oi Bridge-
man versus Hepburn, the appea] was
dismissed with costs, in the Alberta
case oi Hayes v, i'mis Pay the appeal
was allowed with costs, chfi'f justice
Flupatiick and Bii Louis Davies ���.'**���
��� ating.
was bitten by ,a
strange dog. Shortly afterward ii
was learned the animal was rabid, bui
Mis. Lawrence did not hear of it un-
til Saturdaj As her wound was
apparent ly dangerous, she wns hurried b.ie a., quickly as i <.��-Ssib!e in a
hope that her life may be Baved.
Owing to the fact thai the wound Is
deep and thai seven .lays have elapsed , .
since she wns bitten her case is
serious, she received her first treatment today, but ii wlll e more than
two weeks betore the outcome can be
detenu i ned.
OWNERSHIP  OF  ROADS
ISSUE   IN   ELECTIONS
wrecking gang was soon at work
putting in new steel, and ballasting
the damagi d section. No one was Injured. Enginer Mahoney was in
, harge  "i   thi   engine.
Work  of   Placing   Mail   Receptables in
Position Throughout City Will
Bt   Immediately   Pushed.
Berne, Switzerland. N'ov. 10.���Thc
unfavorably results of the state ownership of railroads in Switzerland
promises to be a leading Issue in the
coming electoral campaign,   The con
federal ion has $240,000,000 i
in railways, having issued
amount of Interest-bearing bonds
Although iho receipts for the state-
operated toads have steadily increased from 1902 to V.uiT. the cos;
of operation lias Increased more rap-
if   rail-
I
*
��� W.s
 [Such o.|ui:>.
needed will    not
investment
tin                       iisell' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
111 be lived  al  *i ..  . . .   .
for the entertain Montreal  Editor Knighted.
al ,   in   ever, Ottawa  Sot.   10*   There   has   been
here     pres,.,,,. I. considerable talk In the city ove.  '
itaortan,   features COnfe,  lm   ol  knighthood upon Mr.
.,   selections by Graham.    I.  is ^nied thai  the bono
and Symphony ivas In anj  wa;  a recompense for  ft-
- ���.  being    from attitude of  Ihe  Montreal  star during
The    brilliant ,i,-   recent   election   campaign,   but
i lne     Purcell recognition  ol   Its  cordial
i.      organlsl ihe   Quebec   rercenteaaxy
M'bev  in  the  seven  '
BOARD OF missions I lib   -'hand  *e ctfefdent o
DIVIDES  WORKING   FUND   road   operating   expenses   Is   now   tn
largest   In   Europe    The  deficit    this
s,   i(JI���.   no.     I"-   The    genera, year will  be between  |1, .001
committee  to.  wregn missions oi tne I $1,100,000.
Methodlsi   E Iscopal   church
da*,   su divid il   tli
Capt. Jonn Cox Dead.
Victoria, H. c. .Nov. 10.���Capt. John
Graham Cox, Lloyds agent, and one of
the best  known  shipping men of the
ne cou-   Northwest, died yesterday morning at
nvested   St' ���ll,sel'n s hospital, following an op-
(luU   eration   for  appendicitis.    He  was  a
member of the ship chandlery firm of
lv   It.   Marvin  a_i   Co.   Horn     in     Nova
Scotia  in  1843, he went to sea on his
lather's ships when   10 years Old, and
was master and owner of many vessels in the younger days. when, for a
time, he was a trader In South A.mer-1
lea.    Of late years  he   was  engaged
Forty-three street  letter boxes are
due to arrive today from the Ha t tot
use in  this city, where '.hey   will
placed   at  locations already designated and approved o:'.   The mail recep-
tables are of regulation1 size, with an
approved drop arrangement    designed
to  protect the contems of  the  boxes
from   the  elements  at  all times.  The
boxi s are painted red, each being designated by a number.    The hours of
collection will be indicated on a Blip
on the front of the box.
The work of placing the boxes will
be proceeded with immediately, plans
for the speedy consummation of a
long felt want having beeu completed
some time ago.
The name of the successful tenderer
for ih" coll'(ling of th- mail wlll be.
announced In the course of the next
���', \\ days, an oflicial announcement be-
JS29 '""; toi  the yeai'
; Pel,!.,   as  follows:
,���,,,���.,   $1 ,7.3(10; Japan, $58,300;  Ko-
,,,,   ^r :,.... India, $1S4.556;  Malaysia
,    phlll iplnes,  $25,900
i  |     central
,'���.,-,    \\,    ,   ,i   Central
and
The    nationalisation    of
yester-lthe roads,  ther. ion', this year, cots
mission   fund   ofjtbe   taxpayers the   deficit   for  opera*
,.,���., .,���,������, the  tlon In addition to tbe Interesl on tne
ate   capital   in ������ Bted.
In  sealing and  owned  a   number  oi'iM,, expected irom Ottawa before the
chooners.   He was considered one of ,,,,; 0f this week.   A large number ot
thi   best  posted  men on  marine taw tenders wen- put in by local and out-
and   business  matter, on   the   Pacific   _;,!,. partles, the     ���   ent   mall carrier,
'.   K... . ' . ing among the ti ndi .ers.
Liberia
Africa,     $1G
Africa,    ������fii
ROME   TO  CELtfcRATE
JUBILEE   OF   POPE
.,���,.  8l)Uth  a lea, $96,665;   Al txlco,
. bu ' I' ', :?|-'vl "'
upiiorl  ul lU)1,ropriatlona are practically
those
^^  '
��� ���
-
will   play     sele,���lions
illn  Including
I'aiii.isie      Caprice"
Ul  the members of
lineal
of
tin
'*. and
**nette   > 111   i.mn  .ut..   Individ-
en   will  conclude
in    which    the _^__
imi ,.  ,,     the   rash   act
 ���
 . '��� .   e���    t.Xeepi   in  'I'
Commits  Suicide.                         a        '  '�����   ^"^
I   Archibald Pink, a    young    aw-lmad	
who was  for  siinie  time drug  >'   '
I,    u all's pharmacy, committed Chinese Emperor Awfully I".
(.(1��� ,n otlawa on Oct. 10 hi" u*hootlng|    ,, |;.^   Nm    ,,,   The emperor
hlm  . If.     No   reason   Is  'i
hooting
signed    tor
pink   cine   origin:'"1
,   . ...  Westminster and  Vancouver.    Ho
"f the evening will i ,,,.,,.   ift��t   septombei
worst
n i ol   ihe com-
"���latlon of the medals an,
, the pupils In' thi
l e
,,.fuses   foreign   medical   STATE  OWNERSHIP  OF
A RAILROADS  DISASTROUS
111
Ql ll
[Ina,
i Inn
Sask
in   the
Tencrlffe.
Reglna Is Dry Town.
Mdv.    10.    ���""' ,
'  i,,..,,,,   of  Resins
t8  hours of ii  drj   town   I   >��*-���
________________________________���
,! ���::-   I,,  .. -  iiii'i,, drunk m ,..,
i ,, , ,;n    ,: ii   ordi rl    condud
nd a ' '"'
,f iio new
Peking,  .n,u-   '"���    ���"���
China, who lias been sufferln
intestinal   disorder,  is
majest'^^^^^^^^^^    ^^
,(j   or   ,,,   take   foreign   medicine.   He
'.'.  nwfully   weak.    Yuan   Shai  Kal jt'
i...,,uiMic over   the   emperor's  con-
(lltlon    Public business has I n aus.
pendod'on aocpunt of the    Indisposl-
|l0)1  ,,,- 11,.    dowager   empress
Home, Nov.  IU.   Greal   pi    ���   -1
_ ,     . |ng  made here to celebrate on
S ber  16 the  dftlth    ann'lvt    ���
of the entrance of th   Pope Int
[)rle3thood.    on  this  da>   the   P -���
W1U  celebrate  mass  at    8t.     P< tei ������
in the pr...ence oi many thousan Is ol
persons, including special delegatlont
from all countries that have diplomatic relations with    the   Vatican   and
0f scores   of   bishops" from   all   parts of
liiini an   the  world,
today, j
currenl
uf    Korea,
110,000     wa;
Calvr With tne Grip.
Peti Si v,   i'i     Mm���-.   !���'.'.
i ii-,,-. ih. :.- ind opei i tar :- m -
���:.-���'' : . : his city, v- th
prospi;; wlll    e confim
her iiioni ��� ���   dayt        mon     Thi .
tn . d   :.:-���',' :i..- h      rrom Erie  Po .
ai    in  .,-,,,     .
Pitt jbl        .... - .- he     has     l'��    a
- lng fn i.i i rip, to which her col-
.   Is attributed.
a la.
Hurts  H.s  L.terary   Reputation.
'i ��� ��� i. to, No.. 10.   William '.'...* ���   *
i... Sm ,.- of Ot ... -    Howi .1    to
ttatei ���    claim by the
In chambei       lis i    i ning    in
'ii:      til   .".."ii-:   Mo ..       & Co,    He
i.     ���     :   ' -v the lite
of Will.at,i Lyon MacKenzie, that be
delivered the manuscript and was paid
foi t, but defi ��� ���. ie to publi. , , mi.- ._ii*. eta his
i literary reputation. The defence is
no   > ei   filed.
Fog  Delays  Traffic.
,���;,,.   I M.'ii-iilerahle   "'-'��J
;., transportation of ail. kinds yester-,
,,���    ������.',,,���.,  being  in  atmns:   ever. L^est German  Shio   *-"��*
.,  ,.,���.   and    the    Interurban    car     St..tin.    Nov.    lO.-Tlie     steamer
v,as also dlsorganiaed. This  was es-
B'russels,   Nov.
In   (Switzerland
railroads   by   lh ���
in.-in   Belgium  a
the    ownership    (,t'
state  is   proving  ra-
t,,.t-i;,lly tli" case with the night curs.
The work train derailment on the O.
v   K   had also -. bad   effect    on   the
In | ki eping to time,
Prln.   won
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an Ber*.
Saskatchewan Town  Burned Out.
Kelllher, Sask., Nov.  I".    The
,������,, of Kell'lher on the Grand Trunli
;.,;, ,    all '.���:��� suffere.-] seve  dy ���-
lun lay.   The who',,   business
���A--.1   out.     Tl
;-:i ii 10,
loss i-
ail*
de-
Want Pacific Fleet.
San Prancisi   .  Nov.  hi.  -a sei
itiona  asking thai
���
Pacific
Lloyd line w,a - iccessfully launched
at Bredow, a subuT of this city, tola- and christened b> Dr, David Jayne
Hill, the American Ambassador to
Ger^,any. i"'!' George Washlngti
,,, 27,000 tons gross, 722 feel long an I
I,:,-, German bulll and owned
; er in the world
iher  u  disastrous experiment.
Tha situation I. so had thai th
already   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���^^���^^^^^^^H .., t^nnle
eiibd  on  raisin,  the  prices on     ' '    ', " A ;      '^ ' A T��
fortnightly and monthly    : :>   ��� the two members of vhe Westminster
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WILHELM ATTACKED	
IN OPEN DEBATE li^Bii^i^
License Notices   ^*HH**H^^'WH'4~J^
Stinging Speeches of Criticism Directed at Emperor
Startle All Germany.
NOTICE is hereby given that I "
tend  to appl)  at  the next sitting
the  Licensing Board  for  thv  City of
New   Westminster for   a   renew:,: of i
leave a.t this office or   .1.   Watson, ,                   ,, ,.          . .   ]**
,    .......           0             licen .��� to sell liquors by retail on :    A
teamster, c-o L,  William-.   Sapper-1
ton.
LOST���A   leather pocket    Look    cin-
taining some money.    Finder please
Berlin, Nov,    10.���Demanding   that
Chancellor Von Buelo*    Introduce   a|
bill limiting the kais.-r's personal pow.,
er.   and reciting a  long  list of what,
tic termed  indiscretions on  the   part
of   the emperor,    Herr    Wasserman,
leader of the .National Liberals, today-
made a sensational attack on the monarch of Germany during a sitting of
the Reichstag.    He declared that thej
reactionary forces were at work in the
tk-rman empire that made the coun- j
try   more 'benighted  iu    many    ways.
than Turkey or Russia..    When Was-
eerman   had  finished,   Hen*  Weimerj
followed   with a   harsh   criticism    of
the emperor and  Paul Singer,  leader
of the Socialists followed him with an
attack   in  similar  vein.
There was the wildest excitement
when the speakers denounced Willi.dm. and the Reichstag applauded
again and again. The government
ministers regard the situation as critical aud fear that a ministerial government .similar to that of England,
will follow the agitation aroused in
the German parliament.
premises known as the Windsor Ho
_ situated   on    Columbia    and    B<
OFFICE GIRL WANTED. Apply  P.O. streets, in the said City of .New \\ ������-
Box  263, City. minster.
  P. O. BILODEAC
TO   RE.NT���Furnished    rooms    from  .New Westminster, Nov. ;;, 1908.
$1.50   per week up.    Steam heated,]         	
hath and modern conveniences. Ap- j NOTICE lis hereby given that I ���"*
ply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Arch- ; tend to apply at the next sitting of
er, Royal Cafo (formerly  Lee's). ; th,* Licensing Board of the    City    ol
       ~���       ���j New Westminster for a    renewal
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LOST- Sunday p.m., on Third street,
between Third and Fourth avenue,
a black cocker spaniel pup, about
six weeks' old; white spot ou breast
and feet; this pup was too young to
wander very far away without being carried. Finder will e rewarded on returning to Westminster
Bowling Parlors.
11 on the |f
-ll Hole    t
tegbie 4��
! license to sell liquors by retail
1 premises known as the Russe
���situated  on Carnarvon     and    B
Streets in the said city of N'ew West
minster.
F. C. CAMERON.
New  Westminster, Nov.  .'., 1908.
NOTICE is h.vehy  given that. I  In-  "f
tend   to  apply  at   the  next,  sittiiu- of LL
'   ���?���
WILL the teamster who brought, down
the  blocks and tackle for palntlng|the  Licensing Board   of  the  CH
to the  Brackman-Ker wharf foi
Tamboullne's four weeks ago ph
Joe New  Westminster  for a   renewal    of *j*
ease license to sell liquors on the premises J^
notify J, Lynn, wharflnge
ALL   kinds    of    skin*
dressed.    D. Cameron
street,  P, ().  Box ~:',2.
tanned     and
124 Twelfth
known as the Depot Hotel situated on j
corner of Columbia and Eighth 31
in the said City of New Westminster.
.i. WISE,
'New  Westminster,  .Nov. 3,  190$
ro RENT���Suite furnished rooms.
suitable Cor light housekeeping, Apply to Alex. Speck.
Whnethe Reichstag resumed its sit-! FOR  RENT���Furnished  housekeeping
beautiful    view;
Enquire room T.
tings this morning there was an air oi
intense excitement because reports
that Chancellor Von Bin-low would be
called upon to make an explanation
of his attitude regarding the famous
Loudon Telegraph interview. The Socialists had announced twenty-six
meetings about the city for the purpose of protesting against what they
termed "the kaiser's absolutism" and
the visitors' galleries of the Reichstag  were crowded  with people.
Wasserman opened the debate for
th,.. national Liberals. He wns applauded loudly when he arose, and
the audlnece listened I i his remarks
with intense interest
"We want to state plainly  and publicly   to  the  world."  cried Herr  Was- j
erman, "that  we are not    afraid   of
yellow perils or anj  other perils, but
the danger from an international poi-     ���''���"��� *-
i ���.   . ..-��� d   on   t he   sud hm   moods
.; he kaisi t  Is incal< ulable.
"Germanj '���- fat ��� mast no longe    I
pend upon one man's impulsive tem
pi :.iinen;    The idea of per&onal    absolutism u undermining our national
ity."
- stem mt -Aa.* gi -. te : with a
torm - applause, and -"tne his dn',r.
H . Wasserman declared thai the
kaiser's reign had been characterized
by a num er of unwise and regn tl ible
acts which would hav been prevented r the emperor had submitted to
the control of responsible mmtswi-s,
ii ��� :��� cited ..  lengthy list    of    utter-
rooms; close in;
furniture for sale.
Burr block.
WANTED���Board and room In private
family by young man. Apply A, this
office.
V. ANTED���Pupils for violin and mandolin; fees moderate. Address
Box 487, City.
WANTED���Nursing, or daily work by
English woman.    Apply Box '.*37.
TO LET���-Furnished bedroom. Applj
139 Dickenson street, the Crescent.
WA.NTEDUood plain sewing aeatl;
done. Apply Mrs.-J. Simpson, Ash
street P. O. Box 937.
NOTICE Is herebj given that I intend to apply at the next sitting ���
Licensing Board of th.- City ol >>'��� "
Westminster for a renewal of license j.
to sell liquors by retail on the prem- ���*�����
is s Known as the Cosmopolitan hotel, V
situate on Columbia street, opposite]J^
C. P. K. depot, in the said City of Nev
Westminster.
j, b. D. McDonald.
New   Westminster, Nov. 3, 190S
.NOTICE is hereby given that 1 In-
l in I to apply at the next sitting of the i JL
Licensing Board for the City of Sew A
Westminster for a renewal of license \*v
to sell liquors by retail on the prem- T
ises known as the Colonial Hotel, situ-  ^.
at the corner of .McKenzie aud Clarl    j ���*{���
.���a streets   In the said City of Sewl-f*
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Nev  Westminster, Nov.
INSLEY
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wanted���A   nurse
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NOTICE Is hereby given  that  1 Intend  to apply at   the  uext   ilttli
.icensing   Q iar l  of  the Ci
New   Westminste] ���    ��� :r-- al   of
ense to sell liquors by retail o t
; VEST M I N STER EMPLOYMEN I
AGENCY���Under uew managemei"
266 Columbia street, PI I, P.O
box 807.    Can supply you with   ill '"���'' mlSea kuown as the Fraser Hote
kinds of help    prompt];      free    ol ��� '���  ��n ''���'������   corner of B gble   u
charge.    Branch office, 107 Cordovn Prom 3treets In thi  said ''"     ol N  .���.
street west, Phone A2750, Vancou* Westminster.
yer, B. C. ALFRED SWANSON.
  N. ,.  Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908
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J *-h*vv*v**v*v*v**m��** ���H"M"l"M"M< -i-HoM-m-i-M- hM"M"H"M- ���:-:-:-:������:������;���:���
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATOR-
Male   and  Female   He.p   Promptly
Furnished.
���    of the emperor whicli he termed  COLUMBIA
Indlscreei   and   stated  that   they  hal
been injurious to Germany.
Wasserman concluded his    remark-'
speech with the declanuion that
and    MCNSELEY    STS
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
?hone   431- P. O. 6o*-   R85
NOTICE.
A    special   meeting   of   the
'  Fishermen's  I'nlon wi
llardma:
!.  C.
on
i   2:30
Hall,     N.-.S
ai;,
the emperor's acts were stimulating
the growth of the Republicans
throughoul  the empir
'The kaiser's  last   Indiscretion   had   fishermen's   I'nlon   will
���Housed  the German nation until  tne Saturday afternoon, Nov. L4th
people are boiling over with Indigna- o'clock,    In
tion at hi., personal regime," he said,  Westminstei.
"Germany must cease to be a strong-     All  fishermen arc    pedal]     uvlted
hold ol :��� action that i ��� more b night*  to attend,
'* I    -������ i that found iti Russia or Tur
hi  di clan i
'���'���"  ������ rinan  ��� nded    by   deman Uni
tha    Ch tncellor Von  Buelow give the
i  di finite guarantee    thai
��� mperor will   henceforth    remain
.���  ������   n the background In    interna-
affftirs, -md demanded that Von
���: roduce b     ill   limiting   bj
��� i i   the    personal    po j. er   of,
the < mperor,
When   Wasserman   tal   down     thi
NOTICE Is hereby given that I intend to applj at the nexl sitting of
the  Licensing Beard  for the Citj   of
license to sell liquors by retail ,,n the
premises known as the Royal Citj
Hotel, situated corner of Customs
House Square and Columbia street, In
the said Citv of New Westminster,
E. FALCH.
desires,  perform
.deuce   duties   I.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,    I
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS
908
New Westminster, Nov.
1908.
T   WELDON   Pr,
P.   PETERSON, s.-e ,   ,
#����� f *>?  ������
Synopsis Bi (aiiiuiiin  Homestead
Regulations.
Al;. available Dominions lands within the raiiway belt iu British Columbia, may be ho.uesteaded by any person
; who is tbe sole head of a family, or
any male over IS years of age, to the
extent of one-quarter section of IGu
' acres, mote or les3.
Entry must be made personally at
the local laud office for the district in   section 3 of Section a of the Volant-.���
Bounty Act.  1908, which provides that
.:   ���
.    'A'. J
���      .
not mwt
Everj assignment of the right of a
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must be by way ol appointment of a substitute and must be
in the form provided by the Act.
tan i ow ned  bo
than eighty  i*
the  vicinity of hi
ownership In
, require un nt
i    13J    If the Eathei        ������ ' ��� r,
1 father is   lecea ed        . 1
n.is   pel manent   ;��� OH ("H
i iand owned solely ...   bim, nol
: than eighty (80)   '        in ex ent,
the ricinltj of th    ���   estead, or
on  a  homestead  entered for by
in the vicinity, such homesteadert
perform his own residence duties!
a, r    ,    ,        ..        ., . ,,     . _-,    ,     I IK.TI.II III    IIIB    ,,��ll       '        ���    *������**   	
Special attention Is called  to Sub- ,,i;h���r (nr mm
j which the land is situate.    Entry by
I proxy may, however, be made ou certain couditioud by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or sister of au
Notice is h.reby given that we intend to apply at the next sitting of the
Licensing Board  for the Cit'   of N ���*
Westminster for a renewal    ���  license ! Intending homesteader
to sell liquors bj   retail on the prem-!    The homesteader is required to pet-   whlch ��� not executed and dated after
(41
rho term "vicinity" In the'
preceding  paragraphs I    >   ��������������
.meaning not more tban nine miiesi
tinteer by the appointment of a su.b-|a (liri,(,t lill(,  exclu ;v(. ,,f the ��'f
, -,-d   in
no assignment of tlie right of a vol-
bj   the ap
stitute shall be a.
1st a known ;i- the   Hol i ook
Bituated on Front Btreet
JOHN McNIVEN & D. M  DONA
N'ew   West min-ter. Xm    I, IPOS.
Hotel,
crowd  went wild with applause. Herr   endorsed   "Tenders  for   Flour,"   wil
and
wi
Wlumer's a't.aci. on the emperor waa !"' received until Mondaj-, 30th No-
similar to thai of Wasserman. He member, Inclusive from [nartie deslr-
spoke harshly against what he ' 'rm- on* of contracting for the supply of
��� i the "personal rule of the emperor."  flour  until  30th   '*-������ ��� | i09,  tor
Paul Singer, Socialist leader, recelv.  'il--     undermentioned     penitentiaries,
ed ,i- greal a demonstration when ho namely:
form the conditions connected there
with under oue of the following
plan?:
tii    At least six montaa' residence
upon and cultivation of the  laud    In
each year  for throe years.
NOTICE is herebj given thai    I In       (2)   If tae father (or mother, if the
tend  to apply al   thi ittlng o    father Is deceased),   of   the    hom"
the i.i'ii ing Board fo , fit., of steader resides upon a farm in thi
New Westminster, toi i ��� newal or vicinity of the land entered for, thi
licen ���  to sell Bplritou bj  re- \ requirements as to residence maj   be
tall "ti the premises  ki as    thi   Bat   Bed .      uch person residing witn
Liverpool  \rin-,   im,.'. i    , colum la  the father or mother.
, stn   t,  :;:   thi   wcHterl; .���  in (3)    If the settler has his perman-
''"'"l  tendei ! ���    ::' :""'-, (.mu.      .   |
ccepted or recognized I ol roftd  , |0wancea
measurement
(BJ   A   homestead
the date of the  warrant for the land   perform   iiis   residence     ���'''"   '
grant issued by the Minister of Militia
and Defenie in favor of the volunteer.
I. W   GREENWAY,
c misBloner of Dominion
Lands. Ottawa.
28th  September   1908,
eordance with the a o e while
with parents or on farming land o��J
ed by himself musl notifj the��:
tor the distrlcl ol Intention,
wrl       '
!     .Six  months' notl
a., given to the I
i minion   Lands al  Ol
| to apply for patent,
of in''
PENITENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
Flour.
VA^A-
��� M     of  Penitentiaries,  otl iwa
in tl
Wes'jiiin
ALEX.   M \ I HESON.
New  Westminster, Nov   i.  ian-!.
(attack, i  ihe emperor
EMUMDM
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATtAMTIt:,$T|A^SHIP9
AND    FROM
Kingston  Peniti n . il
St. Vincent de Pa i   p, nltentiary,
Dorchester Penitentiary,
Manitoba P, nitentiai y,
British Columbia  Peniti nti,,-,,
Albertp    Penltenl i Edmonton
Alta.
Forms of tendei and Information as
to form of contract, will be furnished
ILD   COUNTRY on application to ti.
lens ot' the
booking TO
POINTS    IN    TH
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF�� I penitentiaries
FICK. DOUGLAS     fEWART,
Empress Of Ireland.   Nov.   13, 0K0   N
i>m;i:.      of Britain    Nov. _!?
Emprei    of Ireland    Dec. l.
For  other  dates   and   particulars, tv      aDVERTISE
l|��plj   to ��� IN  ���
ED   OOULET, THE      DAILY      NEWS
C. P. U. Atsent. I Ir YOU Wai*. a SllUatlOU.
in ipectora of
Otta wa, October 20,
xv
Penlt mfcii n- ;.
908
NOTICE Is herebj given that thirty
days after date we intend to apply to
F. s. Hussey, . iperlntendeni Provincial Police. Vic ���"��� i. b i!., for a renewal Of til"' UqUOl ii. 11 e held b.V US
for   the   St,   A ,,..   Hotl
HarrlBon Hoi Sprlngi
The Harris,,a Hol Springs Co., Lu
George n irtne i    Manager,
Dated  Nov.  1,  1908
if \ew | ent resideuce upon farming kind owned by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfied by re.sldenco
upon the -said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner ot Dom
inion Lands at Ottawa of Intention to
,-iiRV.
��� ui lnterl
1 Deputy of the Minister
N.  B.    Unautnorlzi i    ���'     m\
mis advertisement
'or.
ynops,��     of     Canadian      North-W.-��t
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section of Dominion lauds in Manitoba, Baikatoh
BWan and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26,
not reserved, may be homesteaded by
any person who i.s the sole head of ;i
C
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture:
apply for patent.
COAL.���Coa] mining rights may be | family, or any male over IS years of
situate al | leased for a period of twenty-one yearn
at an annual rental of $1 ikt acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
A Toyalty at the rate of five cents per
ton shall he collected on the merchantable coal mined.
TM.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?,
Family trad* a specialty.
rel' 113* Offlc*   Eight street.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   q.   c,
W. W. COKV,
Deputy of the Minister of Hie Interior
C.  liamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10.   Brine  Block
New Westminster P.O.Box 795
POSTCARD*
ARE  NOW
J.   G.    GAMON'S  CIGAR
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG
"THE FAIR." Columbia
age, to the extent or one-quarter section of 160 acres, mure or less.
Application   for   entry     must     'ne j
made   In  person   by   the   applicant  at I
a  Dominion Lauds Agency    or    sub-1
agency for the district  In   which  the
land ia situate,    Entry by proxy may,
however,   be   mad''   at  an  agency  ou
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister Of
an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to per   trated Songs
form the homestead duties under one I (|rtV
of the following plans*
(1)    At least six months' resldenca '
upon  and  cultivation of  the land   In
each year for three years.
('I)    A Homesteader may, lf ho so'
ON  SALE AT
M.  MOREY'S  STATIONS
rv ST0RJ
DIVAN,
STORE
Strei*-
The Edison Theatr
Corner Columbia and  B^"
High Clas* Moving   >'-���
Program
Idaj
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THE      D A I L Y     -ja^BSS.
To INCREASE  Vo...* BU
I-   ������ w*1
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utilight So
c ntains  nothing tl       ,iu harm  the
9     ' fabrics nor rough.       ,   ,i,in.
Sold by all dealers a
Cents a Bar
SLAVERY
fAR fROM EXTINCT
r
bert   Makes
��� ions Against
: ivernment.
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I IMSer Annex.,
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ti-i slavery and
Porti  .    ���
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street colon; ���    ������
SEA 1 n ert-Ple-
RATES . u i.i .,,   now
Room   $1   per  day   up. .   V|i. is    in
Room   and   board   $2.D0  per  day  up.
Room   with   bath   $2.50 per   day   up. | with  p
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
.,   ., idience
vithin a fe.w
n Id
w: . !        .cc the gi neral   i on lil 00
"    ' I the P --,,..     ams are far'
.. : boat
'   VRLETON   GI   ��� .   M
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HENRY'S | figirri      Afti*
Seeds, Trees, Plants, 1 HIp"1     ^       '    ^ItJ
���.KM    GARDEN,
RVAT0RY.
ties; i. ason i ���
-, tie or
toi .. No
ot ol fruit trei *
���   ���     tall    trad.-.
Pea .  Plum    and
li. In leading
mall    fruit
ii. grown and
n i: tm b
Bulbf  for fall
grass   seeds
Buy    direct
* grows,
Bee      Supplies,
Is, Cut    Klow-
n etc,
Catalogue  Free.
M.J. HENRY
'rr- Duces   and   Seedhouses.
!01( Westminster  Road.
\ a-NCOUVER.
sery South Van*
n
my-
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It i_; to tho  cd. tntagc
of every keepc r
in Canada .   i_     them
Mojic r.atan;; !    v, Ilt.
Illett'j Periumod Lye.
Imperial Bal lng Po* iter.
Gillett':, i_.rt._i_n Tur'.ar.
Royal \ cist Cake*,
aillett't Mammoth Blue.
Magic linking Soda.
QlUett't Wash.np Crystal.
MADE FOR OVER
50  YEARS
(E.Ubliiheii 18U)        B
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.. Toronto, Ont.
Nurseries
j
Westminster
Transfer Co.
utTice 'Phone  18s.      Barn  'Ph.me  137
Columbia   Street
Baggage    lellverea   promptly   to
any  j.art  "t tne City.
..  ���    ago region.
' or a time hi
and i . ,    ,     slaves b, ing
"i    ��� .... a        ,.    hi     rovl
	
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eated
i like - - a ���:.- "
co
���   . a*. -    whi :���     WOmen   owner.
had had women sla. i - deli . ..
whippe: to d< ath and no punlshnu ni
thought of. He could prove the ex-
:-:��� nee he said, of farms where slav, -
are bred and reared like cattle He
was | rep ired to Bhow, he said, the
system by which raids are made and
murder calmly practiced in order that
wom.-n an.l children slaves mij be
ued He had proof furthi - he
said, that the "indenture" system was
the thinnest of disguises for absolute
slavcrj
"These things are done wiih the
connivance, if nol approval of the
Portuguese government," u:iid the
general.
Grand Trunk Ry.
ucelleni Train Service Between
iicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Will thi . , business centers of
[ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAKI-
TIME PROVINCES.
U�� to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
"T1UDELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
������or Tin-.. Tables, etc.. aiiliress
GEO.  W.   VA_.X
\**toM Gen'l Passenger und Ticket
Wit, 13! i ... , st., Chieajro, 111.
���*��� V. LEWTHWAITE
CAEjINET   MAKER.
Light aii'i Heavy Hauling
OFFICE��� TPAM   DEPOT
The Malleable
Sole Agents
HARDMAN & [0.
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STOVES.
With  .1    A.   Lee.) A  Hardman.     A.James    J. McCIughan
and    solicits     your
irnltnre  a   spe
^^^^^^^^Jst.ce  fitrn'.t
pairs
manshlp,
D-V. [ i WTMWAI1E
On��*   Niutn    Only
THURSDAY,   NOV.   12
A. W. Cross
PRESENTS
MR.   WALKER   WHITESIDE'S
Greatest   Comedy   Success.
"We are King"
WITH
The  Capable   Actor
Mr. Edmund Carroll
in  the   leading   role.
A bright, clean comedy full of Btrong
dramatic situations.   A guaranteed attraction, w,iiih>  the pntronage of our
; be d   ; heal -   soers,
Prices, 25c, 50c. 75c, and $1.00.
������/LUMB,NG Westminster Opera House
Fronl Street    Trust Blocl*
FRIDAY, Nov. 13
Bo,
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Offlc
Hoii!>(_   Phone   B 23.
-ROFESSIONAu.
w%
F.   HANS FO It D.     Barrister.
il, tor, et,.. Crescent block,
KLIMT   &   GAZZOLO'S
lit I      l|i!.
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��� ���    YY       Solicitor, etc.. Crescent ble
P_i��n    J* r%        ���l**      curner     Columbia     and     McKer
>:t^r S=?5*m Montana limited
Opposite Courl   House   New  Westmin
iter.     PhoUP  143.
All  vuhmIi an ptay, pure and wholi
dully   ut
dulls
.
WHITiiSlDE &  EDMONDS, Bsrrl��-j ,���,,   new and original themi
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
| Columbia   treet,   Sew    Westminster
W, .1. Whiteside, ll. L. Edmonds.
during In conception.
\ gtrohg human story, full of ta��
'<-��� i"-sure ^M,RT,N.fcWAHI!lK.lg: "�� R  """"^ <"'  We"era "'"���
'"' ,lolaM8 vla|Wl   ters. solicitors, etc.   Offices, New      A   .,, ,,, in  startling (Sensational
certain    of
nnd in,in a,]  iioint
uo i' servu*
ED, OOULET,
��� . '  ���      Instei
v(;t.   Vancouver.
^Tt.-rs, s..li,-:tors. ���   f .IN.'**.'*. Netv ^^^^^^^
Westminster,   Trapp   Block,   cornoi   Scenfc situations
Clarkson and Ix>rne streets.
���U solicitor, Oulchon block, Colum
tia end MoKeniie streets. .v.w ^of"
ndnster.  fl. O.
THE       DAU.V      N  E W 3
Admission 25c, 50c, 75c and $100.
pr      ADVERTISE      "��*
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THE      DAILY       NEWS
If  Jou've  FOUND Anything.
-SOUTH WEST/Y7/ffSTE/?.r-
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*or si/Bo.iy/s/o/r or.
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Is good, and in its miry depths the bad politicians of the east will wallow for
the next 20 years, but we of the more favoured west and youngest of all in the
family of confederated provinces have been forgiven, and even though we have
been awfully naughty let us climb out of it, for do we not hear the Great Liberal Chieftain's cheery voice promising us absolution, and stating that he in-
ds carrying out his program of developing the great west in spite of the
fact that we have not been very good to him.   So. there, with three cheers for
Laurier the Magnanimous,
let us get into the game again. Our prosperity is assured in spite of what the
croakers predict, and this great country must continue to grow by leaps and
bounds for years to come.
( >urs is positi\ ELY the only sub-division on the market through which the
Chilliwack tram runs. Others are advertised as fronting on the tram, etc.,
and in one .'a.-o. it is said, their proprietors even went so far as to try to persuade a surveyor to plant stakes across his sub-division, marked to represent
the B. C. Electric tram line. This is about the limit, and such criminal attempts at misrepresentation should be severely punished.
We have our reputation for honest and fair dealing to sustain, and when
we state that we believe there is no better chance to make money than by investing right here, we bear that fact in mind.
The work of placing ties along the line is being pushed ahead and in a
short time the rails will be laid throughout the first section to Cloverdale. We
have a number of choice blocks left in our 900 acre sub-division at South Westminster, and row is the right time to secure one, or better still, two of them.
When cars commence running prices must jump right up, and at no point
along the whole route to Chilliwack will such marked advances be noticeable
as at this end, where our principals practically control the situation. W7hen
this splendid subdivision is sold out, which cannot be long at the rate the 5-acre
blocks are now going, they will subdivide and put on the market another 1000
acres. The prices, however, will be more than double what they are at present,
so don't put off, or one d' the chances, which only come occasionally in a lifetime, will pass by.
You will readily understand what it will mean to have about 2000 acres of
good land, which \,}) to the present has lain idle, practically in sight of New
Westminster, subdivided and settled on by hundreds of prospi . . 1 happy
families.
Why, prices simply must climb right up, an I aim ��st before we i re aware
of it. reach the same level as at * '.'ntral Park, on the Vancouver and Westminster line, viz.,  $1,000 per anv.
Stop!   Think!!   Act!!!
I
Our carriages go over every daw
half an hour to drive over.
Am
hour will suit us.    It only takes
Dominion
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T. R. Pearson, Manager LIMITED
New Westminster,  B. C.
Also for sale at MALE   BROS. &  CO.  and
PACIFIC  REALTY  CO.
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lJublisiioil by ttie Dally News Puii-
tistiiug Company, Limited, at their
ofi'k-es, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New Westminster, B.  C.
  	
E.  A.  Paige Managing  Director
Christmas
Cards and Gifts
^!.AN*ir.^H^L'
^��tii^y-
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 11, 1908.
to catch the Austr.illan mall
Friday. We have a splfendld
assortment to pick from, and
prices range on cards from
2 tor 6c up.
CALM RETROSPECT.
In tin* quietude that follows the battle we can calmly review the campaign, and draw deductions. It is very
Interesting io trace events that led
up to the final political struggle
which ha<i its greatest battleground
in   Ontario.
Session after session a section of
the* Opposition, led by George Eulus
Foster, carried on a system of obstruction to the public weal, by introducing into the house long arguments, supporting the contention that
certain transactions of the government wore detrimental to the interests of the people, and moreover
scandalous, in that public men were
claimed to be involved in collusive
dealings wilh officials of the government. Charge after charge was met
by evidence most convincing and
conclusive, and as the light of truth
bore in upon tlie:*.' so-called scandals, i same.'
so Gar as parliament was concerned. A_-_,
thej died B natural death. But as the
struggle in the open li-eld was approaching, these skeletons were assembled and garbed with the appear- !
ance of life as campaign material.
They were made to appear as lifelike
as on their lirst appearance in parliament, in that not one word of rebuttal accompanied them on their
tricky mission in the field.
The main battle ground as we have
said was in Ontario. In that province
the Conservatives gathered their
great guns in the iiersons of Premiers
Hazen, Roblin and Whitney with th.-
great Napoleon Bowser, to strengthen their leader, Mr. Borden. Sir
Wilfrid fought them practically single
handed and his metaphor of the scene
ive as long as the human    race
Do You
Realize
how near Christmas is to us,
��� md that it is nearly time to
be thinking of gifts. We have
new goods arriving dally, and
are kept busy getting them
into shape for your inspection.
Today our special may interest you���Pretty Cheese Dishes 30c and 10c each. Regular
prfces, 50c and 7.".<\
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster I
"We. buy for cash    and  sell fur the
Alex. Speck's Sporting Goods
Guns  and    ammunition,    footballs, j
umbrellas,  typewriters,  fishing  tackle]
etc.. and all  kinds of light  automatic
machinery  repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel."1
ACCIDENT
LIFE
INSURANCE
SICKNESS
FIRE
Old Established ami Reliable Companies.
 Claims Pr��mptly Adjusted!
White, Shiles & Co.
New Westminster, B. c
260 Columbia Street,
BORN.
To the wife of E. H. McEwen, M.R. at
Cloverdale, B. C, ,a son. on the 2nd
of November.
P. O. Box 471,       Tel. 53.        Res. 42�� |
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Wrought   iron   Gates,   l-ences,   Crest-
ings,  Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
TME
WII
exlsl .. "Wolves go in packs, lions
fighl alone." Recognizing the impos-
ibilitj of the slanderbunden fighting
materia] .ari..ing the day, Sir Wilfrid
religlouslj ignored it, .and as shot aft- |
<*r shot - >., ... :��� d around him, he
stood in 'nis fearless manhood and;
unfolded the mighty issues thai con
.routed tue people in iheir gi il
man b of progres -,.
J;  was not  long  before the leadei a
o   : he slandei. und wer ��� compelled to '
mme the defensive  from  the    re-
..   the departments miring the
tii    rorlea   were In  power, and
yu   convincing   were  these silent   re-
,.,,!._    that Fowler, Lefurgy,  Bennett.
Pope -.,'���* C��ckshutt sought cover, an!
���'hi'*_ <Jv' battleground    was    cleared
only  Mr. K"s;":' 1'"uiilil*ed to tell the
It     llli.'ha. ''"'     **'e    U11Wl8e    *��r    t**1-*
,. feated partj i. ' aote thaI Mr Fo3'--'r
��as never found un tlu"' bam" i'lat"!
���'���n�� with Mr !*.-����, len throughout
'-'*' campaign, sbowla* Ahal wh!le the
''���<������'<' utilized his s<:!Vr<x s- he de-j
<M*x* to be anoo-stod ��vK?_ ,hlm-The
;,i"Ti0'i manner In whJci, th* -;,':lt
guns w$re spiked am m, it ho.w*
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One toj) for express wagon
Also a good assortment of new and
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block,  Near Tram   Of.-.?.
Phone 275.
Office and Works:
renfh Street,   ���   New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Ceo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes  from 112.75 up
Gentlemen's   Silver   Water."*"*    iperi ;
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watcnes,   dcubi*? I
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to   the    Welhnan'
Arctic Expedition.    \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, ."leweiry. etc.. etc j
Watch   repairing:     caar.^es   reason
able.
Royal Cafe
i.Late Lee's, i
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,     MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Oyste.B on the half shell.
Game and fowl iti s. ason.
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allludl    . .
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Meal  Hours:
..   .    6 to 11
.   ..  11:30  to 2  p.  tt
.. 5:30 to 7:30 p. n
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Light   Refreshments  and   ���**;' oi I
(ird, rs at  all  hour
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.       Entrance Columbia and Sixth sts
CHOICE   MEATS
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PHONE*.  37tt
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42-inch length
Overall
(Overcoats)
Made in black
cheviot,   silk faced
prick :
$15 to $20
Also in dark
clerical gray, at
$20
These coats are
the dressiest coat-
on the marl:"'.
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
worth-)- of note,   ..;_.��� \v, llfrid Lau. I K��3
��ve a decidedly ,i:?nu..- i tone w)S^5
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rler g
,h'' camj algn,   with  bi    ������ ���  ���    consid-
'','  r:'" 'ei,. arguments  ba .   '* ' "
,;: '"'"; ��� 'le facts     Iiis wiuftjaa,    c0"r'
' ''   l>mctical   bi iteuroanato ';>   ^
, .''irt,'' lo m .. ilwtii . m -,v pa   pon*
litii    and ���^l!���.,���' -departures . agux   'te '
d   '"��� oi .-.  msndal ���   thai  he aadl    Q*'a
..;.:�����-  mi on  ar, d   flalsb tlu.   \.��   rlc
i wil In .:     -:r  Wilfrid ia to \ "'
i ir t ' ..i* hi   has now ,m ._>   "
���,. in  .* hii h to a a .i_r.it.- t ,���  sh.,-)
Lhat fn| nre o��  brielUerj
lettei       "   ���  '.    and    gra itei
It miisl  in:    a
,  Ion  to ii'ifi to  know   thai   die'
torati   l: ��� .     ���    :.. ihaticnWj     ;!.���<���-
aouni u��   :n" Bhinderbua*i   mnd
Its tnetl.1 !.  ot obst   iction   iq i rial ly to
and ii-  and his tolli ��a
, },\ al the (sarllest ptaslbl? m imait
. amend the rules of the houaa thtii |
.     ,.,   ed o buuclIon maj  be stoppc-d
:,   |y it bi comes appareat,   so
iai   . io  time ol parliament  ma.-y  be
us, |        the l tirp  ie of b��iliife��g the
.���,,,,   r Canadian n ition upon iha sol-
I ;   . undation v hich S r Wllfrtd Lau*
��� :. ��� ��� laid for it.
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JOHNSTON'S
TME   STORE    FOR
Wateiproof Shoes
Men's Waterproof Boots
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209--211   Columbia   Street
SOLE  AGENT FOR 20TH  CENTURY     BRAND     H  3H 3HA0E
TAILORED   GARMENT   IN   NEW  WESTMINSTER.
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Geo. A. Slater's "Puk-Bak"
Geo. A. Slater's "Dry Q
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"Doctors Special*'
McPherson aAnti-Wet
These are
HEATING STOVES
If you wanl a heater for soft 0i bard coal or wood we have then.
..Void Florance, Oxford Oaks, h .ndv/nie in appearan e ':::i '������'- *'il^
b io  " uiekle trimmings.   Also large range of airtlghl b
l>o not forget to call in nnd Inspect our Oxford im '��� '��� ���
Ranges, the ranges that give real _. nulce satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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tir.st class makes', and
keep the feet absolutely dry.
Worm
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Moros ars Re;tls.';s.
- .. :,. Nev. 10    I'.' ports from the
,,|,    sa)  the Moros   ar$    roll |B  the i-'iti.i* destroj d  by the
, | iiers two j '-a. ��� ago and ar�� m i ���
,,,.. i;...;-  troops ai H tsllan and Mind-
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:,,.' to r islsl nn efforl   at    dlsanna-
D. ,,     The rains  are    delaying    an
offensive movement bui a cla-*-!. I* ��X��
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The "Cross," Velour Calf
The Geo. A. Slater "Dry-Sox"
The "Empress," elk hide soles
The "Marsh Hitch Merit
This fc the Store for Waterproof Shoes
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOt
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Did you observe how Fresh and
New our Si nek always is*
WHY IS IT SO ?
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Officers and members oi the above  w ,.|j,   m ttiture       I'he    cattle    ������'������   ���������������������������������������������*��������������������****
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-i's   "'  ���,n"1,1"' n��nniH Saturday's accident on 'lie it   C   i    V
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t'o.. 260 Columbia street, city, ���  u
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keep your feet
DRY during this
awful wet weather. Remember
we guarantee our
shoes waterproof.
These Slices are
sold only by
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Knights, Attention
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and Koyal Ui *'���   "   I*-   ol >'
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Granite Lodge, No. H
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inn rui ban line   on   Sftturda)   nighl
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by iii"  theii  cou ��� _>a ittfltits it  it ��  rella il    I   i
foi   ?!������ i"    '   i    oat t>f ll ���-   th "i -..  eetti n  ,lny.
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 ' lidding >"'!���   i",in    ", do
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I ":        'i "���'     '"i a rati, nn pither a new poli.
t rm at "��� -.-ni nn.re*,   nn  mur premium.
NOTICE
TO   THE   PUBLIC.
I !���' rnla of th.. twb    hli n.     ottl   0*1.
Owlnj   :"  thi   tn, ral  taking  place whom   .v>>r(. members of the    lodgeBtj
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
" .    .,,   ,,,  two of our mi'i'i'*: and ���lm Ol a ftgi ne n  will take pari ill 2
I .;,.  ,, .vice will    ������ ra-jthe  funeral  ���:   Motorm&ti  McDomltl.; o
.i   ([im; i.iii     ������fid.-.'lit    ears  rh"    runnul     ,-f     Motorman    RulphJA
,, rtoubla '"��� dera w.Il be taken oH| Jamie on   will  take   place from    the *\
. , ;, ... m   to!       i.e. 10*0 tin  city  i,;l,. realdetice, Keary street,   to   the 0*0*0*O*O*0tOO*O40*O4O40#0O*D��o*<^
,,.,:��� running from  city  llmlta to  Ed- Oddfellows' cemetery,,and that of McA ss=  ������^���u��� : 1 ������ 1	
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W. DUNLOP. 'ably from  the Orange  Hall,  alHo  to
Traffic Supt. that cemetery.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
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I-'..::,, aton, Nov. 10   -The civic com -
mlttee  to nto  the  i olice situa
tion      ��� ��� smiss both the
, , tei tivi and     Wan-.
This - I oth men received not- i
Ici .    iskins     fo      theii     , e     nations,
�� hi, h   are     i  i tfeci .it  thi  end
of  thi     ������ senl   montb.     l;:;    is  the
i ml ii. thi   delll - i   ' ���       daj  of
comm    ���..  wl Ich Is ��� on   ose i of
tin , tiers and Aldermen i nar-
,,n I \rtii.*t!-<iiii' With ,'���'" * nee
in the appi Intnn nl of a chief of police,
it has been decided to leave the matter ie cn for the presenl and appoint
senior offli er, Si-geanl Tidsbury,
as acting chief.
COUNCIL MEETING
SURREY COUNCIL NOTES.
Council mei In the   rown hall, Sur-
ir.-.   i'.-nt:���    X mebi ,   ',.  the  Reeve
and all nn mbei's being present. Mln
utes <ii' pie. lous ni' . ;.:n.~ were rea I
ami co'.iiirin.-1. Communications were
received and dral: with   is follo-a :
Prom T. I'. Pal tei son si j Ing he i x.-
jii cted ��� ompensal Ion e 'v the Improvements ii not for the land taken for
:.i,. Rivi r road, that he would object tu
��� ti   water  from   > ���    idng drained
lh ougb bis propi rty, also that he ha 11
ivatei   rights on a  shiall spring    and1
��i ild like a small culvert lefl in the j
." ,i ji  tlir Easi line of nis property
so that the spring water could gel Into his  Inside ditch.    Received, Clerk
���. plied t bat   the   Engineer  bad   been
instruct (I tu take the back mater dir*
rectly down the road to an outlet and
and not allow it tn escape on his property .nei  also  ... leave   a culvert  as
requested.
Kiom l-\ It. Glover, Assistant Manage] ol the B. C. K. R., saying he had
instructed the Engineer to put In a
:. . ii,,... in crossing <>n the Liverpool
rond, also saying temporary crossings
would be kept in a_, pas^ajle condition as possible and that as soon as
th ir track was laid .md ballasted
:.,, crossings would be made perman*
. ni  an l  planked, Rei i Ived.
Prom R A. Renwlck, Deputy Commissioner ol Lands and Works, re application foi grant of streel ends termlna-
Ing  .>ii   the   water   front,    requesting
that a map be forwarded showing the
strei ts   md   roa Is   and   the   name   of
same.    Received.
Prom  F,  C. Gamble,  Public Works
Eugin .     re the request that the Gov-
.  ���. i,   it   Gazette    the    t ia l    around
Brownsville  Hill  to the    Yale    mad.
oui   tnai   the gazetting of a
road  prop< rl.     i longs to the  Municipality in whicli it is situated, but that
11 :..  was furnished with a proper de-
��� . ;:   of  the   ;  ad,   madi   by Mr.
Hill,   he   would   bring   the   mi iter  io
the attention of  the   Honorable    the
Chii : Commissioner.    Received
Prom s. li. Farmer, asking the
council for a refund t il > 10 iaid by i
him for straightening the Hjorth road
also asking that thi .lit, hea ��� n the
,!j. . *;-i roa i b< ch am d out as the
roads were flooded bj reason of the
water being unable to gel away. Re-
. eiv. : ind referred to Couni lllor In*
.lis.
From  W   11,   Fai ���      el   al,  say lng
that the Serpentine Lumber company, \
���    hauling hi av)   loads "n the C.  M
' ���-!.   mada ii   Impassable und    thi
reen Cedai  lues round aide
ind i Igbt oi nine fi ei long on the
road  m     n o   nai row  thai   I wo
wagoi Id i."  |.,     and verj rougn
in   travel   ovei      Receii i d,   Clerk   in-
ii ������'! '.. mc:!i th,  Sei pi'iitine Lum*
compan     o sink  i he  poles level
with thi       ule of th<   n lad and cover
llbli '.  ii'le������ �� i_io  the
���   thrown i fl
On m< clllor I i
ibell  rlvei
���rou l n jiali ���
The Surre;   High.-. aj   B   la��
.... ,H,_,S
(in i. .mihoiIze
.    i ..        of the n lease
i a ���- ��� ��� nieni  ��� rin -  the poi tlon of
tin   N.W.   I   I i t  Sec   ���"���.  T'p S,  tal ��� u
��� he V   V   .*.-   K   l!,>. i ompany   foi
:- nt  i. aj
The  clerk   wa _  lnatructed to
Mr   l".  Sinclair, Engineer of B. C, E,
rallwaj   to fix ,, date when he could
meel a conimll tee on i he i !oasi Merlin  I'oud In lllSCUSa l he  matter of I ie
culi oi:  located there,
Tli,    , nlance  ol   t be  c t ��� Imale    for
si!  ���     ui 1450, wn    placed  to
the credll of ! he    chool  a< couni  and
bills am.i iii1 it.,   in i   were ,..!���
tnd ordered     ild
Council 11   -   . : "���       d to i        "ti
Satiinlii      Dei
IC   \|   i* .it\' IH
You can buy Shares A TPAR
in the great GAS Co
for New Westminster City
now being organize^
The manufactures of gas from coal or other carboniferous products
has proven to be a universal success, both from a commercial and financial aspect.
The stock in various gas companies in Canada, although placed on
the market at a premium, sold readily.
Look up the record of any gas company operat- Although the shares of the Royal City Gas Im-
ing in Canada today and you will  find thc market provement Company, Ltd., have been on the market
value of the shares 25 to 100 percent, above par and but a few days, $35,000 of stock has already been
a record of handsome annual dividends since the in- subscribed.    This, in itself, is sufficient evidence of
ception of the corporation. the popularity of gas stock in a corporation identified
-ri     ,. , �� ,v    -n     i ��..   n     t with the Citv of New Westminster.
The future success ot the Royal City Gas Improvement Company, Ltd., of New Westminster, a Xew Westminster is not a "boom" town, but
company recently incorporated under the laws of the rather the center of and the market for the great
Province of British Columbia, with an authorized Fraser valley agricultural constituency. It is the seat
capital of $150,000, divided into 1500 shares of $10(1 of the Provincial Asylum and the Penitentiary. One
each, is practically assured, inasmuch as the Copora- of the largest sawmills on the Pacific coast is situation of the City of New Westminster has been pleas- ed at New Westminster. Canneries, a tannery, shin-
ed to grant a broad and perpetual franchise, which gle mills, a brewery, a distillery, three large machine
embraces the right for this company to operate a gas works, car shops, and many other industries are lo-
plant and to manufacture gas for light, heat and eated in New Westminster and assure this gas corn-
power purposes within the city limits, pany a constant and  increasing market for a great
There are over two thousand three hundre,! and flfty homes In P��rti��n ��f theh' -?aS UUtPUt'
the City of -New Westminster proper, and  if we .add  the    suburbs, "BONDS  AND MORTGAGES,"   one  of   the    lea,iin-   flnam
Millside   and   Sapperton,  the  grand   total   will   he   about  three   thou journals of America, and considered aa the most reliable Authority on
sand  in.uses and business buildings, which, of course, affords an ex- all  matters of investment, says in a i*<>cent issue:     "Of the  'TT gas
client market for gas for heatiag and lighting purposes. companies having a Btock and bond Issue of $575,000,000, less   than
...   -       .   .. , _.  ,. ��� i1-'-' cent. hav.   failed to pay, thus justifying   the sense of  --.���in'-
\\     Thomas,   the  expert gas  engineer,   of   Vancouver,   conser-
iti gas enterprises."
vatlvely  estimates  the annual profits of the Royal City Qas Improvement  Company, Ltd., at 20 per cent, on a capitalization of $150,000. The Citj  of New Westminster is destined    t" be the    _    ���
A copj   of Mr. Thomas' letter is reproduced herewith:                                     ih-water port  of the Province of British   Columbia.     The a
thirty-foot channel from Mew Westminster to the Gulf will admli    to
Vancouver. U. C. July. 1908.
Royal City Gas Improvement Co.. Ltd., ���"'"       '   x'w  We ,I"ins'"i- '1'" largesi ocean going crafl
Xew   Westminster,  B. C, We wl]]  ,,,    |n ,,���.���,���,. tuture I|1;iU,     new  |ndustrle       ind  a
Gentlemen    I have been asked to state from ai engineer's stand- In population in    New Westminster City.      With
point, my opinion as to what nir.   reasonably be expected  from    an
the growth oi  the City nf New Westminster, the Royal Citj Gas Im-
up-to-date gas  plant in your city, and i submit what I regard as a
,,.      , ovment  Company, Ltd..  will advance gradually and Bteadlly,    and
conservative estimate ol results under proper management,
,,..,,   ,���      ,.  ., ���      ,,,,,.,,;, ���    .   , .,,       .,     ���   . , ��� will eventually  become of the greatest commercial and financial in-
Wnli tne present  population ol  the city it will easily afford  100
000 feel per day.   This calcu :r::._ on a low average of ..i 25 per 1000, stitution.. in British Columbia, and, incidentally, one of the greatest
wlll be $125.00 per day. i     roduclng plants In the Dominion of Canada.
With an advantageous -  ,  on  the river, I will, with coal fuel, he Th��� sh;,,(.. ,|;,,��� ,,..,... ���,.���,.,, (,u ^ marke| ...  pal.  $, ((.h
willing to put gus in the holdei  for 25 cents per l	
.uul the terms of payments are exceptionally    easy,    lo    per  cent.
I submit the following as a generous estimate of costs:
payable with application, 15 per cent, payable on Allotment, and    the
Manufacturing, including all labor at the works and deduct
balance in Installments of in per cent,  at   intervals of   one  month.
inu by-products _.*��� per M.
Administration, two men, office ex., Inc., per d.,>    10 per M. The comPan*'  haa iss""'* :* ']p*<' *-*"���  comprehensive  prospectus,    a
Taxes, insurance, etc n", per M. ''"^ "f ,vnir|1 ui" '"' furnished on application to
Total cost per 1000   , ai.
*        ine Koyal Bank or Canada
1 .ess   COSl            IH.UfJ
,.,,,,,,   ,���.,. (1:,,,  ,��� *K)I}  ��0R   THE   BROKERS   FOR  THE   COMPANY,
or $30,000 per Annum, equa   to 20  pei   cent   .....  ..    .., ta        on    of
""  Ilie Dominion Land and InvestmKiit Conipany
yours 11 ulj, '       ***
'S'"'  !  ' u    THOMAS T*   Tf,   1    619   HASTINGS   STREET.   VANCOOVER.   B    C.
W- N. Drap
B*   C   Land
| surveyor
Ellard block, New Westmins
er
Canadian PaciHc Railway Co.
British  Colum;....  Coait Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
I'lim.' b Victoria   '   ��� i    Vancouver
10-. 00 p in. dailj  i xi ���      Sunday.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUT��.
Princess Victoria leavi    Vancouvei
d illy except Bunduj   at   10  p.m,
Steamer Charmer al  1 p.m, dally.
Princes   ltoyal at U a.m. daily ex-
"pi  Tui   ill..
VANCOUVER. SEATTLE   ROUTE
Bteami r Pi lm t      Royal   leavea    9
n. in. dally exi epl Tuei daj  for Seat
tie.
nn Bundayi h avi   Vanco iver '������ a.m.
tor  Seat)!,,  via   Victoria.
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA    ROUTE
8.8. Tradt r will leave Victorl* for
N'ew \\. istniin          , ,   , an
lay,
eavi    New Wt a on \\. d-
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS. Teei
Leavi    .'     iri i n ;,.-, ���, m*^
and 20th i ' ��� ich mont] .��� ,.,,'juot,
Mosquko Harl or and wa ; ��� "tn
of each month tor Q ,'..., ; u ,-.
ports; 20th of .���neb ��� . ��� ,.<
Quatsino, Capi Si otl an . i
VANCOUVEH--NANAIMO   HOUTE.
S. 8. Joan
Leaves Vancouvei- I :n ; ;,, jally
'���"���'"'���'��� Sunday, Li ��� n oa mo at
7 a. in.
VICTORIA-NAN.MMG.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leavi �� Victi lay 7 a.m
rives Nanaimo i p m,
Leaves Nanaln o Sat inlay 2 n,
in rives   Victorl i   '��� iii.
s.s. Queen  t it ,illv,,
'    i,,.,   n
pointt     Ri turning to Vancoui er Sun |
day    aft Victoria     Monday i
morning,  . la  Ladj imlth,
NORTHERN   b.  C.   ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
Leave   Vani ouvei  2n I an I  IGtli ol
��� ������ .    month at  ���  p tn
II    111 V Kit.
Beaver���
From   Ni ��   Wi Btmlnster   Monday
Wednesday and Friday.
Prom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
md Saturday,
Telephone 54.
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES    AND  GENTS, Tft
Order.
Colur*
ILORS
'
Applications Wanted
Appl     -   ii
tindersigiiPd   ,p
the 16 :. ..,   N
, ol   .
N'ew   .v.- : '  n
n."lit!
.
.
City Ha       Ji ..   .
TENDERS
Seali d ti    i
Mil I. '.-. li|  :-��� l
tor  Publli   il til ., ,
��iii  be i ���'' Ived
I   10 p.m. on  I    :
. for thi   ' ���
tuilding at Vernon,
Plans and spi ...
and foi ;i I . ;i
1 Di partment, and o
Po tmt ster at V   t
Persons  tendi
unless
i made   <m   the
and signed with the r ,      mj.
' tures.
Etch  lendi
...       epted i he i u ���
bank,  mad    | a; i ile I
the Honorable the Mb
\\'i.- ks, equa] to ten |
! ei-nt. i   of  the  amount ol  tl
��� which will be forfi ��� person
tendering decline to enl -I
tract   when  called upo -J
if he fall to comi .
tracted for.    If thi   tei tl
cepted the chequi   ������'��� il        ���    *.�����
���',
i be Department  Ioi
il ��� 1
*,.   iccepi the lowi   i
; let
Bj ordi
NAP
3 ���
tao
Department ol Publli
Oct. 20, 190
v ... Bpapi  i wlll ii
���   ���
-'i
advi: tiseni. at if thi ���
:t "
out authoril -��� from tb
LAND   REGIST
RY   AC"
Re  pan of tie
:.
lol ���"'. Buburban
���    , ;
0]    Nl w    V. ' .-li,.in   ti
u hereas prool ������
���
flcate  ol   title   num.'"
-
in ihe names of Sat '       '       I
Mary  Monl rose,  Sal lh
been filed in this t fl
Nut ice  is her. bj
at the expiration ol
the date of the Bret ' ' j
in a daily newspapei
City of  New   Westminsti i.
duplies. ' til"   - '      I
less  in the meantime valid   ��� *���''
be madi  to me In  ���>
C. S Kl     '
District Regis!
Land   Registry Office,  N'ew  Ww'J*
ster.  B. C. Oci   26tli   1901
Lower Fraser R-ver|
Freigkt and Passenger Service per
SS*   'Favorite
ar
ea.;
For   reserrationi   and   .mormatlou
���all or iiddress
FD. OOTTLBT,
Agent, New Westminster.
''. B. FOSTER,
/������at. (Jen. 1'tiHH   Agent, Vanoouver.
I.  W. TROUP.
General SuwerintArirtent. virti>ri��.
p.in.   Sun .
in.
RIVERS  INLET,  van ANDA,  LUND
ETC.
S.    Si
' row Vlcti ���
���
'
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Nov. 12.    We An   K
I :.    Monl   ia   Ural    I
NOV,    18.     Hi,     Hip   llnortiy.
Noi . *'  cl .
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO .SEND YOU OVEB
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
KiKbt Trains Every Hav m thr Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies tbe newest and brst idea?
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated _r..in in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard I
l6 sei'ion sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars fseatp free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folder...  or  any
further Information call on or  write
F. W. PARKER.
Cai ryln
���all  point      ii     '' '
and Wei than, i land
Leaves Brackman
at -' p.m : additional trip mi
leaving al 5 a.m.
Returning leavi   VV<
a.m. dally, excepi '
additional  trip on  Satin I
at  r.:30 p in . ������Illi,,:   ���" ""
in,la, enn nt ���'������
, rn ���
nf I
7^0 Second Avenue. Seattle. W����V       ;>���
'TR.^M;,r'f
WW^   Cop*?""1 A*>
Arrnn,���A,.,ri,;i-;:i"'A'''
ES*
Scknliftc jrltiierif' f;
rA'A.        ��� .i
fa ���" WEDf-
��SDAY.
NOV
11,  iwo.
TIIE DAILY NEWS.
PAtTE 9i��VT_N.
���VE you tried^ OKANAGAN
CELERY?
THE
���
Hei
r-.mry
GOi
I-:   '
I   .   thi   bes   on ti
dozen  toi
..... pound   to
ick      	
. .$1.00
.$1.00
.$1.85
Adams & Deans
Phone 97 GROCERS       Prompt delivery
���
���
c Now is the time to look after your
EYES
Call in
Eyes Tested Free
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
jL*0*0��0*O*OO*O*O��O��O��O#a  o*K)*tK* >O4Ci*��O0*O*O*O*O*C
I    Ea^terbrook  Milling  Company,
EViurne.   B   C
FLOUR
I
imperial $7 00perbrl.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50
Terminal $5 50
ic
I
QUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR A.ND FEED MERCHANTS
ST ft.
Nca   West*, is!.*-. Telephone 333.
B, C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deater* in Alt Km,I* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sa��h,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned 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.
���"���-lephone  i2.
New Wei.tn_in_.ter
Isn't It the Truth?
WESTMINSTER l* !��� Lay  at  a
Development! and Imp  ' '"*": ��� '
ag that can ��� * f" be kn"w"
���   ,:-.. -rlde-awB ������ a id   i '   '    ���*"    thr1
e .....-.-. yi I on  .�� I torn
��� foundation li a SAVING     ���*.< ' OUNT m
���n,
ROYAL BANK af CANADA
tortnallt*   ate i Savings Account  ���
... will ni, ..'.."
iring .-I,;n* ���] - its.
ich money la nssde I.    One  Dollar ���*
.   on -        . i which your di   oaita  i
'.  withdraw i    ov   time, -with in1''
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
. -  .nnts   manufacturers,    I
: rtdunJi, and win attend  l - ������ ���  " ���"���>'11",,lilii',n
I ii   v.th loun t banking method;
��� A'K  YKARSK OI*1 SAFE BANKING
^botmjnotbr Rrani ".       F. B. LYLEf   Mgr.
Interest  A.liled Fair Time.* a yenr
Wai   Service
-.   donrs ot: despatch
.   the New \VesL-
the hour gl-i'en M1
-,,   hour of clo   rn
hour, a.- :i  rule, be*
. sspatch,    AH mail1*-
,    .   excepi Sunday.
iatohed    and    re-
C, P. R  Bouth
an -,, .,,. ,    n0, [nciuding
1
Ml .
Despatched.
,    ,- i   ,   eleven "'clock
���Vancouver    via
I.   N    I.     .,-
6  !t incoui      and   (except
'? Tn.'-!.. . ���, q   c   Electric
rall-i
Suma    i     8  il       including all ' ���
���     point .. ,     south, and points
betwi nhi ite   and Hunt-
ingdon   B.i     .la C   P. R. south: also
: C   P. I;   easl   s ipperton   and    Fraser
���.Mill-
it   ���        Bl ilm   ""    Beattie,    iu-
cludlni all U. ��� -   un  Bouth
also all po ......   Nev  West nun-
Blain G   S   R
Cli   ���   .. i      ",.   dl:   ic     Clo
g - -.   Elgin   ��� i'"
via am   Ken   ��� [to      Pralrii      :! izel
I .. prairl
...    ������ '���
da - ilonda ������ ���
Thun - Satu da        '.':���"���
and Bon iVccord, vVedne da    and Saturday.   These ms
jan ..-.:
i.i  ,, ,,,     (/ancoi   a - la and
ntral B. *    Ele    "���   -i I
-
II    ���, ,,:      ��� Titn-
..    ��� ..,    : ,-.    South We   "  i    er,   by
.    I,      Tue ti,   ' " ''
31  -. m     '������ ist Bun
, ,,     ������,   ,. urier.
, M     Ladne      Por    *��� ��� ���
��� tui and  Sunbt
Sundi       VVoodwar
... ������'amer
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
���I lng th'.' North'        ' ' ��� ��� mada,
��� mated  under author!! * ���       ��� ent.
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Capital Authorized  ��� .   ,
'.���ital (Paid-up'  - $2,2
nnd Undivided Profit 	
������    throughout  Albei      British Columbia   Manitoba,
���' ���   ibec and Saskatch   	
Cana Ian Bankers' Asaocial       Monej  Order   _      Bale   at
���
J. E. ALLAN, Local Manager New Westminster, B. C.
THE STAGE
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
.. XMAS   GOODS
i
r��*��
.     are now prepare   *     I ���- ..... ���-,.,    .      .,.., gt< -
'   -     - -: it ���    In the cit       ' " *      very article you h
that Xm I    -om do not wi I  *
any art for you.
Of*.       f.     ...
W. C. CHAMBERLIN
The  Jeweler
glnes and Hamilton  Watch Movement
������������**������**����������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������<���.*> ���*���������������������
We Are King.
ol   'We Are 1
by  tit,-     (Bi ,    bo     vitl
'      itch.
"In the land of tl ind the '
bnave, and where everj    man
' erlgn, there i bin      i well
' Hked as a play wl ng iu it. Dukes
1 nnd Earls will do well, but a kin
1 the thing.    Politically   -      I In      we
i  profound contem     ���     titles,
1 and particular^ 6
crown,' bul ai the pi ilther
: an old  style  king wl ��� sort
ithrobe edged  with  ermine and
1 hns a n d no -. royal appetite
for win*-', women and song, or an
oung  kinglet    who
wears a red coat, patent top boots and
whitg  trousers, and  hunts   foxes and
varmints In a little principality
not big enough to hold the entir.  fox
���hun'.
_-.- King     Is a comi ':.    In
which on., of tl
*
nted,     He   ls   Kin_c  6f  Kflhn-
which li an Amer
ican tourltsi  who gallo        tround on''
.
,  pori and ��� a the frontier.
| ii       r, he's tl Ithough  Hei -
' tor
i   nnni'     I              I I 111   .0*m     "'
, Kahnbttrg In d '������ e il   te
Yal<* freshman, from Pittsburg gets,
Pennsylvania
Blacksmiths
\^\^r\JLi
BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
ched
���
I
Vai Siding, i1a G
_*    :.   north.
.   - . lake,
,    .       ��� .      .   railwa:
j mail  I ��� - ':��� Vie
via ���
..
S. points , N. R
���
__________________________________________________j______________H____W**'i' on,
south  %M9*MM
al l | -         Westmin
;   , gie\   and  distrii
via I     ���  i��� e 4:45 p.m. C. P
R. despati Ijowi
��� |*iin     east of Coo            ���
\         .    i :,         i       :, ,    nond
\Vi      ��� ;        ,  ���    ��� ���'     Ion     Cit;
Vgassl     ,., i   11  ���        ,    Hot    s     ������
^l , ... [oi porl  Mood;  :.n Mt ���   ..
both i i;i Vnn. ouvei and '    P  it  mails.
Mails   Received.
���   i'. a tu    Blaine and   Beattie,   in*
��� eluding nil i'. B  pointa, vis G   N. it.
Owl."
'.�� 00 to 10:00 a m    Btrawl , Hill.
Tlmberland   and  Bouth   Westminsl r,
bj . ..ai lei (Tuesda    ind Friday),
>   ',i   i in     Vani ouver and  Vii toi
vi, it  C   Elei trie rallwiiy.
|   10   a in.     \'ui,  .'iv-i.   via   (J.   N   ll
lu iiii   ti.   ii   ������'   i.tn     i.i if tl    Porl
Quli hon, W''-���'��� ,���.! i-i-'" i   "i i  (Tu -
t ,      i burs la     in l Saturdaj i   Wood
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via C   P  H. loutH    i '  ft-
P. O. Box   3*4 5
'Phone   106,    <
: OFFICE  FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���   - M WESTMINSTER
Joints for the
Fantilv,,.
MUTTON   VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
M   Head Cheese
McMcncmy & Anderson
Phone 192
Pacific. Meat Market
Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE        111,000,000.00
9r��nehes throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London.   England,
New   York, Chicago and Spouane, U.S.A., and Meiico City.     A Genera! Banking  Business Transacted.
.ettors of Credit Issued, available wi tl. correspondents ln all D-tfU ot the
World.
Invingt  Bank  Department      Deposits ruceived In Bums of Jl and upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (presen' r\**e.  added
four times a year,
fotti   Antets over JtRS.non.iiOO.nO.
N"i_W  WESTMINSTER BR.Nt'H G. D.  BRYMNER.  M\nag��'
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NF.W5
SOCIETIES.
I, o. O. F.���AMITY LODOE. NO. 21
The regular rncfMnes of 'hi?  !
ire hald In OddfelleW��' hall   (
Ma  street., every   M"n,t.iv   erenl-i
at 8 o'clock.
'���. O. U. W.���FRASPR LODGE No. *i
--Meetings rhe fir it and third ' '"
day In eai-h ni<*>nth. ViPt'ing
brethren enrd'ally Invited to at ad
I/Odge room, A. 0. U. W. tl ' ' '
fellow*   block,  Clarkson   -
"OURT 3RUNETTE. No. 4099, i.O.F.
���Meets the Fourti. Friday in thc
month at aS o'clock. In the small
hall. Oddfellows' Mock.
���....,   m,t Praser Mills.
"The Milwaukee"
"fhe   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul   W
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West    Limited
Kansas City to Chicago.
sjo   trains   in   tlie   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal  ��
equipment that of the Chicago,  Mil-
v.-uikee  ft  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
.wn and operate their own  sleeping
md ''nil* -:ts on alii their trains and
uive    ei     ^ trons   an   excellence  of
��ervi  i    i      . btainable elsewhere
ii. r. ROWE. General AgenL
I34 Third SI*, cor Alder t��oni��nd. Or.
"RATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Aerie Xo. 20���Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m.. in the Eagles'
hall, Columhla street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;   H. Schofleld, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
hail. Columhla street.
��ON3 OF 8C0TLAND BENEFIT AS
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Moots on the First and
Third Tuesday of every month tn
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Col
umbla Street, every Friday evening
at s o'clock.   Visiting br*e-thr��n will
' I Icon Hlley,
N. c- c E. Osborne, P. Q , record-
in-*- secretary
KOSt OF COLUM8IA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Ue,i Rose Degree meets Second and
Fourth Wednesday ot each month,
tn K. of v. flail, rviiumbla St., at
ii [i. m., \YbiTe Rose Degree, Fourth
Wednesday in each month, same
time an.l   place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES,
include the Onion Lodg . V i, 9, A.
F. and A. M.;  Ki- 100 Lodge,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L. O. L,
N'o. 11.'.it; L O. r... ,\'i ivrt; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. F.; C. O.
K., Court Westminster, No. 330;
rirotherhood of Ow'8,  Neaff   No. 29;
board of TRADE.���New Wostmln*
Bter Board ot Trade meets ln the
Ruard Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Thursday of each month,
Quarterly meetings on the third
Thursday of February, May,
August and November, at 8 p. ra.
Annual meetings on the third
Thursday of February. New
members ' may be proposed and
elected at any monthly or quarterly
meeting.    A. E. White. Sec.
N \THAN ARON'SON,
In   W-   Are King"
he dai millionaire
Gun'ner'
Revolutl [nenl     V   news-
��� paper con
Into    Kahnhurg    and
rs   Imprisoi     I     king  and   put
the  ii* on   tho  throne.
To the lay mln I i   ..
reporter king ' necessarily
and in. vltablj get th kingdom out
' '' (! bl ut 'li li ��� ;- ik< ... of Kalm-
burg had probablj known few re-
porters.
' '���    '���'., wspaper reporter iio sooner
to be kins than  he reduces the
taxes, makes a till  with the cothmon
��� ��� ���   '   and begins to mala,  love to the
Princi as Olivia of P.'t, n!.. who
���vn in an a Ijoinlng prinelp
[I   d< \'���'..; ��� Hectoi   was not
U king ' tl        th titute of
ant stock, who had 1     a    i eal ��� I into
the  i       e and   thai   the repoi -. i" la
11 y who
��� , ' .  . he crow u
edd        Is  tl luietl        '  tnn-
:    .     : ...       ihablta
���tit."
:      it
. King of
;      \h
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a ���  -,i ft-lll be   ���'������'
at i be Opera H t        omorrow m-
The Great Train Robbery.
Tin- Montana Limited," which will
HiniM' i n Friday, tells a beautiful story of tha love
of ii man for a nal svojnan and tor
an erring twin brother. The brother*
are identical iu a ipearaitoe, but one
is ii man of hon other a
robber.    Thla .bout i un   I  i
Ion   b blch torn i tts of this ab
sorbing drama.   A realistic train robbery   by one  Of  thi '   I������'*.*   results
in the arresl of the Innocent twin for
the   crime.    The  mutual   lovi. of  the
brothers Is the Instrument bj   whicli
iut' guilt  is lodged  where It belongs,
and   tlie   wav,: ini;  love of a  trusting
woman  regained.   The scenic ell
coupled with the beari Inten
story,  make "The   Montana Limited"
Indubitably one of  tbe  finest   m    i
drama', now before tho public.
VT       ADVERT'.SK       "��
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Sport" cigars. The old reliable
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^ PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY
NOV.
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We Have
AVL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the best quality.
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& CO.
WW MUCH NUISANCE MAY
DOG CM NEIGHBORS?
Question   Was   Before     County   Court
and   Adjourned   for Authorities
���Many Cases  Later.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
ladies' flair Dressing!
Massage and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
C9WW �� $',Qh  -hfJ fld|UMW��.
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P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Koyal City Mills.
ROYAL CITY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
Stove, Office and  House Windows
Cleaned.
Janitor's Work  t'ontracted for by thc
Week or Month.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
GEO, COX  & CO.
Cor. Columbia did Carnarvon Sts.
New Westminster. B.C.
The follow itiv . asi    were before ,,'>
honor Judgi   Howay in    the    county
court yesterday;
A. H. Barker, v -,, VV, J. War,.. This
I was an action for $2D0 to redover Iobs
\��t a dog shot by defendant. The defence was that !i was .-.hot because of!
the annoyance caused by its howling
and barking from time to ..,,.,    ,.,   ,
II h��d   bee,  chased   away     btrt     the
!hna time '"-���i"" came from    defendant s gun.   The ev1      -   v -  ���
.d^ftCe having been
closed, an ���
^lUjOurnment was taken fort
..'counsel  to  aubmit  legal   rulings
mi how far a man may .co to abate
a nuisance, and if in doing   bo    the
shooting of  a   dog  under th.-s,'    cir-
'. cumstances  was   justifiable.    C.   Kil-
i.oii appeared for the plaintiff, and C.
S, Arnold, ol Bowser, Reld -md Wall-j
,   ridge,  for the defendant.
Schaake   Machine.   Works   vs.     Sef-1
[kirk &  Ainslee,  H. L.    EMmonds    for
lylantiff, A.   C.   Brydone-Jack   for  tho
(lefendaDi     .\djourned till next coin;.
[::,'*'"-''.l vs  Heaps Timber Co., Ltd.
S��-t   for   Judge   Grant   on   .Nov.   19,   A.
. W1*... ai: 111   foi  plaintiff,    A,    H.    Wall- <
I b'lilge l'i ;* de:end-ant.
W   i*. T'lii.e vs. \V. Ellis, ti. fi, Cot- ���
b'Jiilil  Ior [,'aii..ift. Trial set for Nov.
  ' 30th
|     Vans;,in,    Heating  &   Plumbing- Co.,
P. 0. Box 249.   vs-   '-*,v,"1-i   ;,-;"'   Tai   and    Brymner.
t Set for December  court,   ll. ��� L.   Edmonds for plaintiff, <_. K. Corbould for
, Mr.  Brypiner.
K.   H.   Quaggan vs J. Cooper.  Re-.i
feri'ed to registrar to take aeeoii-^r -\\-
Norman Bole, K. C, for  ^aintlff.  H '
!..   Eldmonds tor defenA(0n.
ih    J J   H*      iLl DeLaval   SejimtOJ Co.   vs.   .1.   R.
KedUCeU  MOntllly Morrl^   Mr.  Edmonds  for plaintiff
*^v ^4__i^._f4.4. ^.^-^.-H'-W^; ��ff ft   .      land  W. G.  McQuarrie  for detandant.
VVlDiter    KateS  December 1 waa fixed n_. day of trial.
I    W.   T.   Cooksley  *V8.   City  cf   N'cwr
���apply te Westminster,   A. 'Whealler for plain
tiff, W. c. McQuarrie for defe__dw��'_s.
Brine ahd McLean. | Set for day to be fixed, also t-iiiiu-
ly for F. F, Cooksley vs. City.
G  0,   Browse   vs.   George   Mood...  G. 1
E.   Corbould   for   jiltiutiff.   W.   C.   Me-
Our Stock Of
Heating Stoves
.consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the  most   com*'1
line of TT -'fiete
,- tf^ftting Stoves
ih ilie city.
h-ices right.
Quality first class.
��� ������   ��� j?r'
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
ii
GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE  UP AT THE
Royal City iavrcrrj
Royal Avenue arid Blaekie Slfeet,
fhone 379.
HOTEL RUSSELL
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New Westminster. B. C.
FOR
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PRINTING
-THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Banquets,
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Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR (WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any des-
crlption or quantity quoted
mi application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
Prdii'rtetors,
J.   Special   attention   paid  to
J Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water.
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Steam   Heat.
Centrallj   located.
S J. Newsome&Sons
4-
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Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
NewWestminster to fix ,lav ol ,rial
iQuarrle for defendant.  Adjourned  till
Nov.  16 to lix day of trial.
Han Ington  ������'   al.,  v.-.    Harrington, -
Mr. Donaghy for plaintiff,    Mr.    McQuarrie  for defendant    Nexi  court,
Maple Grove Lumber Co. v.s. H. V.j
Tucker.    <1.   E.  Corbould  for plaintiff, |
n.  b.  Walkem for defendant,    Next
court.
P. Murphy vs, W, s, Rose and
Rose & Co., J. D, Kennedy for plaintiff, w. r-\ Hansford tor defendant
Stands generally.
���W. l". Hansford vs. w. J, Kerr, Mr.'
Walkem tor plaintiff, H. L. Edmonds |
tor defendant. Adjourned for a   week
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&aM*��w*>#*^#*>#^^ S. S.   RA.NIONA.
. Electric Railway Service;
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CAPTAIN   BONSER.
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lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations wil] run every halt-
bour from 5:50 a. a Last
car liaves at 11 p. m.
(Last car Iv, Vancouver 11:110.)
Cars  leave the depot    every
twenty mtautes  for both  Sftp-
:i and city limits over the
i-iti line,
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, tweoty min- f
utes after and forty minutest al- �����
ter, commencing at 6:2d a.  m. *,
Sapperton Line: Cars leave ^
at ten minutes after the hour, *
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the  hour, commencing at 6:30 *��
4- m- ,- ���^'.;;- ���
Sunday Service  bau-nouriy ����������-  I
twetn S.30 a tr.   ai.d 11  p.m
British Columbia electric f?y. Co., Ltd
.������*������ ��. �� 4 ��� �� ��������������������� ������*, ��� ��� * * ��� ���
Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and  CHILLIWACK,
calling .it Hammond, Haney, Langley
Mission und way ports, with passengers aud freight,
Leaves nraclimnn & Ker wharf,
N'ew Westminster, Tuesdays, Thursdays and  Saturday  at 8 a   m.
Leaves Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
day and Sunday at 7 *   .,
Hi ���..*
���   For rates and BUttr/jIWh.
WESTERN  frFAIft'AU  CO
H*?*��
VVEST^ifjSTtR   'rf.   0,
R.  Wi HTMC":''   9 ai ..
PSLSNG
-^���_.
UP
You Can Stand
H. Morey & Go's
stuck is piling up :    it's going
to be the BIGGEST AND BEST
Ever in   Calenders.   Cards.   Pos-
tals, 'in-     :  ,      Fancy Good
' tc   etc., an i don't forgel it '
I
property thai has value to i
*..->. It up like
QUEENSBfjROLIGM
GARDENS
now being offen ., hj us. in ir
it-
Is on thc easterly end of '
��� nd  within the city  Mini
Acta from ofl-e '��������"��� upward
i SITUATION
_>vilu   Islam),   iif-unsi   New    w���
mill", ^"L.orv'.hi,,".'     ^:; a11  fl"'*li,1|,s-    " ls ,J;"'' '
��.riis, cannery, L'eiierai store and po 1 offici
nip \
SOIL   At
IK)   SITUATION   UNEXCELLED.
Call for Maps,
IVI
?re:Ks M F- J- rAk\U & CO., Ltd
S 217-219 Columbia Street
am.
warn, cMBBBg.jaa'.e nyTwrna.
?-n.m
wt&uX��ZSj��*\>;':
_' eiephones   8S -1 OQ
I aa*am*a*mU*m\W*%W*Wk\\W**M
Fifteen
Only
LADIES' SUITS
EA CH
REGULAR
$17.SO and $20.00 Valu
es
Thi?  special low price will bring
quick purchasers for Suits
such as these
Th. > were selected tor this fai] season & being thi    beet   value
we had ever seen for the money,    Dozens   of   customers   have i oer
pleased with them at the regular price.    The balance eo ��� ,
.it   .1  enc '
which takes away our profits, bul we are ele" ���. -,i, ,_
^ir��K tin i    M.u  to make
room tor our new Christmas Stock      i]"i   ���\ ,. f >,      ,
'". 8lz��3s n�� dark    mui    colored
tweeds and fheviots; each ��.....-,..
 ���..���>'������ v-     $13.75
Two Ecor.omical Lines of Ladies'
FLANNELETTE
NIGHT
GOWNS
At
$1*00
I.im*s which have bei n chosen from
the immense ranges submitted to us
for our selection. We have nev:
given better value than what we nov.
offer. Read and profit by buying at
these prices. , -"
ea
ch
Heavj flannelette of nice, soft finish, mal,. up in full sizes, cun's* and
collar tire finished with frill of tn.i'. :'
ial and yoke is trimmed with row of
flannelette insertion; pink, white and
cream only.
At%f)1.50each
Made  oi   heavj   English :'
in pin k   ' . earn and white.  ��� \
lz< .   tucked  yoke hack    an
trimmed  .* Ith Insi rl Ion an I
. i . ;  al! sizes,
ALL  TRIMMED HATS
In the Millinery Section
Now
Reduced in Price
The order has been given for b  general  reduction ol
l.". to 25 per cent  on every bat. These hats are all rep
of th'- latest Paris, London  and  New   Vo: k  models;
which ara but a fraction o( whttl  thi   originals would on
There is a dlatlnotlveness about our hut;-, which mail, ti
as being from   ��ur show- room-, while  our  ability  to    pi
hats ol Bpecial merit al moderate price bas made our ml
departrupni  popular,   Still excellent choice to select from
now. ...  -*-        ......an*"**-*'
I
AN E'xaPTlONAL
��tP *��&R'if'UNITY to   buy
Black Dress
Nets, 75c yard
Klve ends ol  11   lo   M   Inch
hlack.   spot:' d   an I   pi lln   netl
heavy weigh!   and   very   durabl '
They win make up Into hand
some waial v. hich are nov. en
Joying such Immense popularity.
The n ductlon In price I
therefore mo i tlmelj. Reguln
(1,26 to $2.50 per yard. now 75c
FANCY CURTAIN
FRINGE, reg. 10c
NOW Sc per yard
a dozen pieces of fancy color
ed  Fringes in shade,; and com
blnatlons to suit almost any in '
lerlul used, (in . ale 5c per yard.
orSix  yards  for   25c i
Children's
White
Bearskin
COATS
Ai prl.-i i ..'. hii i- -I,. an in -
dilceiiTeii! tO li'l" 'hem I'lcU
i,rip', in I 8'flvl the I rouble of
in a kins uti FMm ninti i Ial, They
arc all RVigllsh made from goo I
qualltj i" in skin, lined through.
oui Wit li nice saleen and Mulshed "with pearl buttons or [rog
i':isieiicrs; all Bizes, Each 12.60
'���io       ���J0''0
Children's Wool
GAITERS
35c to 75c pair
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