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 rhite, Shiles & Co.
FIRIE INSURANCE
IEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
f MUMBER 282
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
20? Columbia St.
Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.  C, THURSDAY    MORNING.      DEC.     5,    1&07.
'"t/y   "TO
CENTS PER  WEEK.
GBV fOOTBAI! CiUB MASONS PREPARE       JAPANESE POLICY        COFFIN NAIL SMOKERS .|Y. W.C. T. II. GIRLS     MANY OOtUi^IS ARE
, NOW ORGANIZED    10 ERECT BIG BLOCK      HAS BEEN fRAMED    SHOULD BE SPANKED!     ARE ALTER MEDAL     FOUND IN VICTORIA
fficers of Latest Athletic Compelled   to   Move  From Government Will Not Con- Premier Laurier   Discusses .Oratorical Contest for Silver Official of Dominion Depart-
Organization   Elected-       Present Quarters, Frater-I    sent to Change of Treaty.   Cigarette Evil With Depu-i   Trophy   Promises   to Be     ment of Archives Secures
J,   ;     Blue and White.        nal Order Will Build. With Canada. tation from Provinces.      !    Very Interesting
Dec.
Tokio, Dec. 4.���At   a convention of I    Ottawa,
companies held tcday ! t
was   resolved    to  consolidate  into . waited on  Sir  W. Laurier and  asked
Valuable Material.
oi a new   one large company.   Minister Hayasbi ] for  tlie   enactment  of  a  federal   law
4.���A   deputation   di j    The silver medal contest to tie giv-       Victoria. Dec. 4.���Dr. James Hannay
yesterday  morning | e���  under  the ausp|ces of t^ y   w. * F. R. C S��� of the Dominion arcnives
C T. U. in St. Patrick's hall on Pri-   department left last evening for Van-
.���..-.._���, was. held    last eveningI    Members  of th.. Masonic ordei
,,,.  !,,,���.  ol   Montreal  "shack"  to j jhin city  have  during    the past few I the emigration companies held tcday | the   W.   C. T.   I
anize the newly formed city Rug- j weeks  been  active    in    preparations  it
Football dob.    Among those pres- j looking towards the building
'.ra.-me, A. Leamy, | block, which is to be used as the told the convention that steps must! prohibiting the importation, raanufac-j day' Promi8es t0 be one of the most j couver en route to Regina, Prince Al-
headquarters for the lodge, and which [ be taken to fully regulate emigration.: lure and sale of cigarettes and fail- interesting social evenings of its clas3 | bert then Ottawa and home to Fred-
will probably be located at the corner ; It was resolved to enlarge the Durean ing in that for provincial legislatures j held in this city for some time. Six' ericton. He states that he has been
of Lorne and Agnes street, on the site of emigration afld a committee was | to be given power in lhat direction
now occupied b.v a small cottage. The appointed to confer with Minister
situation is desirable, being only a Hayasbi.
short distance up the hill, and central-'     *i   *
L/eauiy, H. Leamy, Stewart, Turn-
Hi Russell, Sutherland, Davis, Ab-
|tt. Harrison and Martin. The busi-
\i,. oi the meeting was to elect offi
inge alxiut grounds, the colli tbe club, and other details.
Ia. K, (iraeme was in tbe chair. Tbe
iy Bltuatec.    Definite- plana concern-
L ��ing officers   were  duly elected:   ing the project will be announced in
esideni, Arthur Malins;    first vlce-
���   \   E. Graeme; second vlce-
Bldent,   I'   A.   Macrae;     honorary
,   .   Idi .'.'-.   W.   II.   Ki ary,   Q.  D.
efymner  H. R. Davidson, F. II. Lyle.
i: .! Leamy; secretary-tTI&surer, h.
Davii     aptaln, il. J. Davis; com-
Mes9r8.  Russell,  Marcon  and
al.. 1,1 y,
I     Leamy proposed and W. Martin
i a ;. .1.    that     Captain  Davis  and
j_. President Graeme should wait up
iii
The  deputation  was  introduced  by
J. B. Kennedy, M. P., N'ew Westmin-
" j ster.      Mrs. Bieglow, Cornwall, Ont.,
Tokio, Dec. 4���Hon. Rudolphe LjB- spoke for Saskatchewan and'Alberta
rnieux, Canadian minister of labor,was , and Mrs. Kennedy, Xew Westminster,
tendered a banquet last night by the for British Columbia. Sir W. Laurie.'
municipality ��f Tokio. Among those tai_ the government would consider
present were Sir Claude MacDonald, th,. proposal to have legislature.! grant-
tie British ambassador, Viscount Hay ed the power to prohibit the sale of
ashi, Japanese foreign minister; Bar- cigarettes, lf he had his own way he
pany. Bhortly after the transfer wa"? on Chinda and Messrs. Verrett and
accomplished, the rent charged the Preston. Mr. Shibtisawi presided, and
Masons was Increased to such an ex-  toasted Mr. Lemieux. who responded.
young  ladles   will  endeavor   io  cap-   fairly  successful In the quest for old
lure the silver trinket in order to be ' documents in this city.
In   the   running  for    the  goi!  medal i     The  foundations of the hisiory    of
the course of the next few days.
The Masonic block, situaied at the
corner of Columbia and Lome, was recently sold by the trustees ot that or
der  to  the  Westminster TrusT 8om-
teni that the members decided tha*
it would be cheaper to build another
'el.,.ii iban to continue paying rent
The new building will be strictly up
e members of the parks commit- to date in every respect, and will cost
. permission to um one of several thousands of dollars to erect
xhlbition buildings for  the pur-	
of ��� /fining practice righl away
. .1 neiii. con.
i oposed   :��� W   M. Russtll .and sec-
...  B. 11. Stuart, that the corn-
would prohibit the use of tobacco iu
any form. He was not so sure that
the habit was injurious to those of
mature years. He did not use tob.ac
Co   himself,   but   nothing   pained   him
expressing the firm belief that all differences  would  te amicably settled.
It was understood that Mr. Lemieux
had been informed that while the Japanese government would not consent  waya   n;ade  him    fee]  as though  be
to any  modification or  change  in  its   would like to have the right to turn
contest which takes place in June of
each year, when the twenty-fifth anniversary of the formation of the V.
society will be celebrated. The six
contestants, Friday evening, will be
Misses Laura Hall, Constance Cham-
berlin, Kathleen Mark, Ethel Buck-
land, Mildred Hardman, and Helen
Btnnetl.
In addition to the recitations''by
these talented young ladies, an interesting program will be rendered, consisting of the following: Instrumental
more than to see a boy In the streeet I So,0_ M,gB Crindley.   vocal solo   Rev
with a cigarette in his mouth.    It
|  ������    hould at once arrange a mc-et-
repi    i Uetatlvee    of other
clubs in the city for tke pur-
t ranging about the use of the
\        ���   grounds  by each club, also
..... the  in..king and sinking
., po '��, with full power to act.
��� l by H. <K''amy and second-
The "Matchless" is the name of a
new tug owned by Messrs. Mayers &
Preston wbicb was launched yesterday from the small shipyard near tha
Lulu island bridge. The boat has
a. .a building since last spring, tho
slowness of construction being due to
the scarcity of men durin-' the sum-
mer months and the rainy conditions
at the present time. The "Matchles
Is 13 fei ' long, and is one of the larg
rg( tugs on the river. It is at least
elghl feel longer ihan any of Its coin-
treaty with Canada, or enter into any
new agreement, it would in th ��� future so control immigration that there
would be no further cause for complaint. The details ot such control
nre now being arranged.
him over his knee for a good spank-
I ...
WILLIAM   BRAID  WILL BUILD
A   RESIDENCE   IN   SAPPERTON
i A.  DeB.  Owen;     instrumental    duet.
Mrs.  Ktherington   and     Miss   Kenny;
.vocal solo, Mrs. Kenny;  instrumental
selection, Miss Crosby;   solo, Rev. A.
DeB. Owen. I ting the journal of Mr. Murray,   who
A flag drill Hy sixteen young ladies, \ established Fort Yukon in '47.    Tbis
and  an  exhibition  of  torch =��,,-,-,���_���,no-
Wedding   Bells at   Langley,
E. N. Sutherland, that member-
���     ��]   .ach     should be   '"',i,"rs  :""1   v":"   substantially  luilt
i and Bold aa a means of obtain
. .    for the club to work upon.
��� :
.e ���.! by W. M. Russell and see-
: ie. li. Leamy, that the club col-
conslsl   of  the   following:     Dark
e jersey, white  pants   and  black
After     much   discussion,
-   was carried
������   s discussed   freely  by   sev ral
.   members and many suggestions
t    .   tor its welfare and the further-
of the  game  of  Rugby football
thi   Koyal City.   Mr. Graeme spoke
nne length on  the subject, and
Irerythlng he  sai.l   was good an.l  to
U1 point.     He felt certain that the
t will be used for towing on the river     A  number of people were present  to  witness  the  launching.     Th
christening  ceremony .was  conducted
by   Miss   Waniwell,  of Vancouver.
William J. Greenwood was commit
ted to the asylum yesterday, after be-
The future of the   jng  found  insane by  examining  phy-
William Braid, a prominent busines-
man   of   Vancouver,   and   one   of the
Tne wedding of James A. Savage heaviest stockholders in the B. C.
to Alice Elizabeth, youngest daughti r Distillery company in this city, _s
..!' James Gray, of Langley Prairi . preparing to erect a $25,000 resid nce
look place yesterday at noon at the near the distillery for his own us".
home of the bride's parents, Langley He has purchased ten acres of th-?
Prairie. The bride was attended by j di'thlery reserve, from the company,
her sister, Miss Margaret Gray, while . Dj v,!il shortly put a gang of men at
the groom was accompanied by his -,.,;, cleai mg the plot and putting it
brother,  B.   11.  Savage,  of    this  city.   j���   .......it;,in  for  a  building  site.
The ceremony was performed by !""���      v.   Br  has  conducted  a who!'
Rev. William Bell in the presence of'..,-;.   ;,a. coffee, and special provisiou
a   circle  of intimate     friends  of
contracting  parties.
After the wedding, a dainty lunch [u terest in several large indusiries
was aervi d, and the newly married: ��� try recently he disposed of hi:
couple  then  drove    to   this  city  and   wholesale estal lishment, and it is nm
British Columbia is in the journals
cf the northwest and Hudson Bay
companies. At all the principal forts
regular journals of the proceedings
from day to day were kept. Not many
oi ihese .are available. The Hud.son
Bay fell heir to the bcoks of the
Northwest company and the local of
flees state that all these papers were
sent to England.
"The provincial librarian, Mr.
SchOlefleld," Ur. Hannay continued,
"has been very zealous and energetic
in getting Looks and journals relating
to the history of British Columbia.
For instance, he has succeeded in gei-
s winging
by J. C- McDonald, together with thc
presentation of the medal to the sue
cessful contestant, will bring the entertainment to a close
the i ,v'holes,ale business  in  Vancouver  for
if ome years, and has also acquired an
sicians   Drs.   Kenny and   Jones.     He   boarded  the   south-hound    Seattle ex-
dei'-iood that he bas about complete'!
.V al disposing of his Vancouver res-
;uce.    Mr. Braid is a bachelor, and
I
I
loin.
was taken in charge by the provincial press  en  route   to  California,   where
authorities at   Blaine, where    he hu'l the honeymoon  will  be spent.    They
been turned back by tiie United States will be absent in California for a outlmakea    hobby of keeping good horses
authorities as he was about to cross two weeks, and will then take up their md liogs.    He was in the city \\ster-
the line.    Carrying a handbag, a vio- permanent residence on  Mr. Savage's ' day.
lin   and   8   walking  stick.   Ureenwood farm ou Westham island.                                           .
knocked at Uncle Sam's port of entry ,     A great many wedding presents tes-
���  had  conie  when  a good  Rugby   for admittance, but his speech betray- tilled   to  the    esteem  ln    which  the
' should   be    maintain'''. 1   ln   New  t,.j j,ini and  he    was  refused  admit-. bride and groom are hale
tmlnster, and by what    he    had   jance.   When he appeared i efore the
. of the  boys  in  their  games  so  ,]octors   for ' examination,   Greenwood
be    was   firmly   convinced     that  showed decided signs of insanity. He
,.  was .he  makings of an  excel-   Mm]  abmlt  fabuloua    Bums    which *����<"ng the roller skating rink which   find 11 impossible    to   construct
team  of  which the  c/ty should  w���., owlnR t0 hlm and ;ibo,it his blue j was "ron,lse(i b>'. cer.tatn ,ocal    b"*';  new :iddition to the    water . system
to be proud, and one that should   i,i<K���i    ]|P stated that  he was a son
Ita   place  with   the  other  coast  of  QQeen   Alexandra     and    that   tho
In   the    Rugby  championship  Bri,ish  government  owed him  $700.-
000 for the Invention of a rifle.    His
place of residence Is unknown to the j
local police.
Nothiu;.
On account of the facl that the pro
i josed reservoir will have to be located
  on a level with the storage tank    in
Moody Square, in    order   to give the
has yet I een done towards   proper  pressure  the  city    authorities
the
E.   J.  Fader   smiles   again.      Some
two days ago a wicked person started a rumor to the efftijt that he was |
not eligible  for    an  aldermanlc seat,.
owing to the fact that he was applying for a renewal of a license to sell
liquor at the  Russtll hotel.    He was
Informed that there was a clause bar- j
ring hotel   men   from  civic  positions,
and this information, after having an-
nounced his intention of being an alderman,  was  mighty  disturbing.      A
careful  perusal of tlie  Licensing  by-J tne origins
is a most valuable journal as it contains a number of illustrations by the
author who was an artist of no mean
capacity. He has also the journals of
John Todd, dating back to lS-il, and
many other journals of similar character,���]! throwing light on the early
history of British Columbia.
"All these wire examined by me
and from some 1 tojk ample not?3.
For instance- 1 copied a number of
original letters by Simon Fraser, the
flrst explorer of the Fraser rive-,
dated December. 1*06 and January and
February, 1807.. These are in the
possession of the provincial librarian
"He has also the minutes of the
first legislature of the province    and
proclamations    and    or-
... a:..I .. ,!, incorpo-: dinances, all of which are important
ration charter of New Westminster.: to the historian. He has also the nar'
yesterday, failed to reveal any clause rative of the exploration expedition
applying to Mr. Fader, but to make which, under the command of John
assurance doubly sure, the Russel. | Brown, visited the west coast ef Van-
license will be applied for "^r his partner, F. S. Cameron.
 having tbe files of a newspaper which
! go back almost to the foundations of
Comedy Hit on Monday. I tbe province. These form a most use-
An innovation of comedy-drama will   f(], source 0f reference for    the    1 is-
couver island in 1864.
"British  Columbia  is  fortunate
torian.
���Etch year.    Practice was all that was
eeded to bring it to thorough efflcl-
1       and he tell  sure thai the club
���ould receive every support from the
.1 City  residents.
ness men a couple of weeks ago.    It near the bleachers at the park. Other
la understood that the   arrangements arrangements are on    foot,   and it is
I fell  through because  of  the Inability unelcrstood that the settlement of the
jqf the promoters to secure a suitable question will take    place   before   the
site. next meeting of the council.
����������������������������������������<
���
reach  local  theatre-goers  when "Girl
of the Streets" is produced   at    th.3 _ .
Opera  House on Monday,   Dec.    9th.
Denghtfuny toid w���h a navor of ^SMUGGLING SYSTEM Ii
metropolis which is quickly recogniz-^ *��"��"�������<"'��
ed, the play has made an instant hit
in every city where the excellent company has presented it���society tuni--
ing out in force ,and setting its seal
of approval upon the wholesome fun j
provided.      Prices, 75c, 50c, and 25c;
SOLVED BY OFFICIAL!!
Vickars Sure of Contract.
ie.; burg, Dec i.   Because of
.sm of the decision <>f the ad
to purchase plans tor a lin--
Dreadnought, trom Vlckers Son*
Maxim,  English   shipbuilders,    tho
enl .lecide.i to Institutes com-
"i.   to  be  open   to   Russian     ami
i.  linns tor designs of   a   ne.v
ttle hip, siicc. ssfui competitors wl'J
..'��� the construction.     Vessels
be imiit iii    St. Petersburg,   nf
an materials i'y  Russian    work-
: and fitted \\ Ith Russian engines.
a matter of tact, however, eoiiipe-
The Reivers football team of thW
city will play the Vancouver Celtics
at Queen's park on Saturday afternoon, the match commencing at two-
thirty ..'clock. A collection In aid of
lhe local club will be taken up. Th
g
Bellingliam, Dec. 4.���The mystery
of a smuggling system for opium anil
Japanese has been solved by tne United States customs officials, and one
of the gang arrested, but the ringlead-
A CHINESE CHAMPION
���������������������������������������������������������������������������  ������
���   CLEVER  ACTORS COMPRISE
AN ALL STAR CAST '-���rs  have not been captured.
  The   smuggling   into     this   country
���
A champion for the cause of the oppressed
e'ati,.. w,,s to hive been played in | Asiatic has arisen in this city, and lifted up his voice
Vancouver, but owing   to uni'orseen ���   jn ()efence 0f his countrymen who are unable to
from British Columbia has been carried on in a small sloop that has ieen
landing its illicit cargoes on Whatcom creek waterway tn the vicinity
of the restricted district.
Early this morning Yashiaka Waka-
fS���"wr,Tta^w^c2tot||  m"ke themselves heard amid the din and clamor of $
���
���
���
of: Goal, Barbaree; backs, Clark, Her-1 t
line-haw; half-backs, Lock, Turn uli, ��
Peele; forwards. Craig. Watson. Cun- a
.ockhart, Lumsden, Th ��� *
Ambrose for the Old \f
of  days  ago  will \*}
Iti.
ningham,
deparl lire  of
Country a couple
somewhat   weaken
the    team, as he
a limited to Vicuers as the plans '^,^ ('.(;ilsUk.red one of the best play
'   1  within thirty days
I,
I'e
preseni
.(���ision of ihe government to ._.o
I tor warship designs is a sore
���   tor the  Russian    designers   of
karships,
Too Lightheaded.
Pittsburg, Dec 4.���Dr. S. H. Clark.
Ilu' University of Chicago,   scored
'   American people before the Pitts-
teacher's institute in   Carnegie
es in the city.    His position on thej
forward line has been filled by Lock-1
hart,  who is rapidly coming
front  as a steady player.
to the
CHINK COOK HAD TO
QUIT WHEN MEN KICKED
A re-
hand j,
ball
Bh.
Tie,
(Iran.l Forks. Ii. C, Dec. 4.-
port from outside points to
states that the Granby company will
this morning, and also took a turn I resume operations on January 1- On
;!,��' theatricals of the present day. being asked In regard to this, Man-
'��� Clark aaid, "Many modern formsLger Hodges emphatically denied it,
''"''���'���lalnnieiit are due to the In- stating that there was no probability
1,1 "f the average person to follo.viof  starting up.
 Per line of thougbi than vandfl-     A number of men employed by Jos-
whlch make's no demand uponLphWiBeman cutting ties up the north
energies, and    practically    every fork of Ihe Kettle   river    waited on
'n will resenl anything that does, him  this week to   demand  the dls-
whole world, it would seem, has'charge of the Chinese cook.   Mr.Wlse-
11'"'il its amusements." I ^an had to comply.
the anti-Asiatic movement. J. Lamtung, a young-
Chinese student who has resided in this city for
many years, has been selected as the mouthpiece of
a number of educated Chinamen, and it is his intention to reply to the arguments advanced by the
Exclusionists with reference to Asiatic immigration
in this province.
In another column will be found a letter written ���
by Mr. Lamtung in which he combats statements |
recently made by Peter Peebles, one of the school |
trustees of New Westminster, with reference to the |
habits of the Chinese students attending the public ���
schools. The News believes that the Chinese are t
entitled to a fair hearing on this question, and it is ���
for this reason that the letter is inserted in these J
columns, and not because of any Asiatic leanings J
on our part.
Mr. Lamtung has expressed a desire to address
a meeting of the Exclusion league in the near
future, and is anxious to know whether he would be
given a fair hearing by the members of that body.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������<
"The Royal Chef" will appear at l Up
Opera House tonight. This much heralded musical comedy had its flrst
presentation at ihe Garrick Theatre,
Chicago,  and  with  the exception of a
run In  N'ew York and a   short    ro.'.l
, .  . .   .   vama was arrested on the Great North
tour lasi spring has not he-en reveale 1  ���
, , .. ...       em  Ow    tra u   by  < U8tom8   Inspector
onh  to the playgoers ot those cities,
,'   .        _, , .,,  i Hubbard.
therefore New Westminster will have
..��� ,,,,[     The Orieutl had  in his valise $200
the opportunity ol   s.eing practically ...        .        ., .   . ,,
. , ..   . worth  ol  opium, for  which   he  could
a brand new show and one that was
.- , Hiot show a customs receipt and which
one of the biggest successes of
past season. The original cast, and It
is an all-st,ar one, has been retaine 1
and includes such people as Wm. J.
McCarthy, Oscar Uagland, Herbert
Carter, tieo. Porter Smith, Franklin
Fox, Gertrude Hutcheson, Dorothy
Rae, La Belle Laurette, Dixey l.illnvd
and many others. Among the musical
numbers are "O'Reilly", "Tail of the
Tailless Frog", "Spirit of 76", "Let
Me go Back", "Strolling", "Mother
(loose'" .and "A Rajah Bold".
Tlie license for the Russell hot 1
which was taken out by E. J. Fader
some months ago, is being transferred to Fred Cameron, who will probably assume the proprietorship, if not
when    the
J ! lhe  actual  management
| Pi
���   er
ron is financially interested in some
of Mr. Fader's enterprises and witli
}lr. Fader endeavoring to enter the
council, the division of labor T>etweeiT
them will assume a more definite aspect.
bore the name' of a Vancouver manu
factnrer. Investigation this afternoon
led to the discovery that this Japanese got his opium from a sioop and
that three Japanese, who were arrested on the steamboat Utopia this morning, were brought to this city on a
sloop. The sloop arrived late last
night, and this morning it had mysteriously disappeared.
The sloop is equipped with all sorts
of fishing tackle and easily passes for
one of the many fishing boats on the
Sound, between Bellingham and Van-
couver.
E. Hoult may find it necessary to
undergo an operation to obtain relief
from an affliction which has given
him more or less trouble since his return from the South African campaign. On his return from the war
he had an e.peration performed at
Quebec, which was not successfully
conducted, afd may have to be repeat cd. PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY STEWS.
THURSDAY,   0SC
5, 190?
I :'
I
bi
GRIEVANCE WAS WHAT
McBRIDE WENT AFIER
Hon. Mr. Fielding Touches
The Spot in Discussing
Premier's Bouncing Trip.
Ottawa, Dec. 4���Hon. Mr. Fielding
resumed the debate on address in thA
bouse yesterday. In discussing provincial Subsidies, he charge*! Mr. Bord.n
with c deavoring to corrupt British
Columbia i), offering to redress its
grvvaucA? ! he came into power. He
said tnat lion. Mr. McBride came to
the ccdlcrenoe with his mind made u;.
to rake no hing but a commission.
Mr Mc-3rJde v.anted .a grievance, not
an  ii.cre:s-d subsidy.
.\I'\ Ce-.eks.ult, Brantford, moved an
auiPtdem: io the address, by adding
tne following:
"We d'tlv to express our respect-1
ful  regret   ili.r   more  adequate refe"-'
cuce .lis t.oi been made t.i the ma*-
ters   er   ; i M:e  inl. resi   alluded   to   Iiii
Yoin   l-.Mi-i'e - v's   gracious    Speech,
and  iinl <:.e.r nr   ers of grave pui-
lic concern hav,-    tltogethei   escap?'
mention thei eln.      We  .!��� .-ply  regre'
the  financial stringency  which is   .1-
luded to in Vour Excellency's gracious
Bpeech,  an 1   v. hi. h   ii i.-   aire ely   OCC 1-
sioned grout inconvenience mid los;
to the pi ople of this country. Wo
sincerely deplore the lack of ordinary
business prudence and foresight on I
the pan eu' Your Excellency's advis-:
ers, especially their reckless, wasteful extravagance and the Immediate
taxation exacted from the peopl i in
recent years, all of which, have materially contributed to the financial
stringency."
BUY YOUR
i.tySib"  -      .   /,    yL
Y-a ���    ib.y ..--- ;"*.-
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
NOW
Fancy Vests. Latest Ties.
Smoking Jackets
Bath Robes, Etc.
Mufflers in the Latest Designs
Canadian Pacific Raii
Srltlth  Columbia  f ,
Service.
wayCo,
a�� u,���
TIME T\BLE
b. C. Coist  Line i;  .
SKAGWAY, JUNEAU,  PT
PRINCE RUPE
S.S.  Princess Mi
Leaves Vancou.
lng dales:
Nov. 13; Lv. v..
Nov. 26;  Lv. Victo I .  .
Dec.   9;  Lv. Vli   irla 11
Dec. 26;  Lv. Vici irla Ll
: Jab.   I��;  Lv. Victor]. 11
| Jan. 26;  l.v. Vlctorl.  11
I Fej.   9;  Lv. Victoria 11
Feb.  24;   l.v.   VlCtOrl I   :
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Opera House B ookings.
The   Royal   Chef Dec.
The Red Cross    Dec.
The Voung Prospector    Dec.
The  Girl  of the  Streets Dec.
Why Girls .'..ave Home    .....Dec. li
Uncle Tom's Cabin   Dec. 1
.Are   You   Crazy Dec..!.)
Williams Jubilee Singers    lan.    !
Strongheart   (Ralph   Stuart). .Jan.   ::
Juvenile   Bostonians    lan. 1"
Gorton's   Minstrels fan. 15
Devil's Auction    Ian, 21
We  Are King   Jan. . \
Kerry   t',..w    k ���:.. y.
Dream City   Mar.   2
Sis in New York   April I
.The   Burgomaster    April 8
A College  Boy    May 27
;-; Spokane fails & Northern Ry Co. Westminster Iron Works:
NelsonX Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
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Condensed
Advertisements
LOST���GREENISH COLORED   OV-
ercoat on  Saturday  night.    Reward.   Finder return to Central hotel.
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FOR  SALE���PIAXO,    PRACTICAL-
ly new;    owner   moving   east;
must sell.    Address  M,  C.  M.,  News
��� ��fflce.
"jnOR SALE���2 STORIED HOUSE,
������*��� -on corner lot, Carnarvon streef.
"JPgfi rooms, bath, furnace, stone foundation. Price $5,500. Apply Z., P. 0.
Box 693-
FOUND���OLD BRINDLE COW. IF
not called for In two weeks, wlll
sell to defray expenses. A- Mack vay
Burnaby Lake.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
���The only all rail route between al!
points east, west and south fo Ross
land, Nelson and intermediate point-
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland >��'ith the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage (Sily for  Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
IOOI.
Leave Day Train Arrive
9.20 a.m Spokane  7.15 p.m.
12.25 P"! Rossland   4.10 p.m
9.40 a.m Nelson ...     6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
.VI AI' 111 N ti
WORK-
SHIP SMITH.iN(i, h Kiwi in. and
QTRT1PTTTRAT,   IRON      WOKK
Ornamental Iron Worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE STKbHT.
New XVesrmlnnter. t", o. 474
Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
Will   be  held  in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal   X
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OR SALE���ONE  FUNK  & WAG-
nalls Stand ird I .1 tlonary    Sub-
Bcrlptlon edition. Apply, Dally N ws.
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ANTED    POSITION   AS  SALES-
lady,  or  as  nurse   for invalid
Apply at this offlce for ad Ires 1.
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W
ley
rANTED���A NUMBER OF MUST
class laborer      Apply to Qulg
n. ar Small & Bucklln's.
ANTED���BY      V"'. NQ     LADY,
room and boa:!, convenient '0
post oflice.   Apply K.. Box 693.
W
3MER PIGEONS FOR SALE.   AP
ply    P.  O. Box 5:17,   Xew Westminster.
H
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Managei.
Vancouver.   R   '
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on all! their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or
$5.00
Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
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X They are Perfectly Waterproof
YOU TAKK XO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years tin1 name; of DICK has been a household wor.1
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.      Their    8 pee lal    process
* renders the sole leather perfectly anad   permanently    Waterproof, be-
;'-   nirl>es adding doubly to its- wearing equalities.
+      These  we specially recommend ��.��r the wet weather:
4,   Price*���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4.00. Youths, $2.00
* Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75.
���
t The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St.
* J.   STEWART,    Proprietor 4
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Belyea & Co.
Telephone 150
W.  R. Gilley���Tel.  122.      Offlc?    TM.   Hi.
C. K.  Gilley���Tel,  201
Gilley Bros., Ltd,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    DEaLERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. PortlanJ Cument, Rosebank Lime, B. C. Pt
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pre IM
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverpo
Salt, Forge Coal, Common Br:k   Sand, Gravel and Crushed Rock
1
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'ANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best ot references. Apply
<;., P. O. Box 693.
RAINED NURSE, DISENGAGED;
T
this offlce for address.
with  moderate feeB.      Apply  10
TO RENT���ONE FURNISHED Bi. J-
room, near Library.    Apply 287
Victoria street.
T APANESE BOY ATTEND!NO
*J school wants work with good family in return for room an.i board,
Apply Box 545. city.
JAPANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
eral housework for month, or
washing clothes by the day. Apply to
8. Matsauiura, P. O. Box 296, city.
f,        "��NU*|k.TU.I0    BY
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XvH
Rapid Easy
Grinders
Can be' run with either steam power,
horii<^ jiower or windmill���the easiest
"���iinniniee. grinders made.
Straw and Feed Cutters in three
sizes. Our pulpers and ellcerg are
made with reversible knives, or by
reversing the handle. AH are roller
and   ball  bearings.
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MONEY-MAKING   RECIPE
2S
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P-m .-
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VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUT-
SS-   Princess   Victoria
Leaves Vaoouver 1
arrives at Vlctorl 1 6    I
1/ aves  Yie'l'K   ,   ',   ,
rive's Vancouver 1 a   m
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    R'OUTE
S.S.   Princess  Bea-
Leaves Vlctorl i ���    -
cept Monday;    arrives S
in   dailj 1 itce 1   M ...
Leaves Sea tie 11
ce'pt Monda
dailj excepl T
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMIN8TBH
ROUTE.
Steamer   R    P    p
To Victoria:   We lue
7  a.m
From   v.. toria:
I 7 a in
WEST   COAST   ROLTE.
S S   Tees
Leaves Vli toria 11 p.m ,;
of each month tor Clai oqu.
to l [arbor and waj  p irl - ��� .. \
month   for Qua!      .and
.'���'i!i of each montl
slno, Cape Si ol    md wa
VANCOUVER-NANAIMC   ROUTE,
S. S. Joan
Leav< s  Vanco ive
except Sund ij     r   lay a
leaves   al 1
. 7 a.  in.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   V. esl :n nsfi
Mondays, We . lea:       an 1 Frid
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. ni.   :
Thursday   an.)   Saturdayt,   calling il
landings   between   New   WestmlnUe
and Chiiliwack.
UP  RIVER.
Ramona ���
Fn.111   N.   W.  "2       '.";. . 3   '
From Chwk. Sin.. \\'.:,d.. Prl   "in
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S.  Trjnsfe-.
Leaves  New  Wea nlnste
���   t Sunday at 2 p.m., with
i-i;. Monday at 5 am.
Ix^av.... Ste ������       Monda
Wednesd _y, 1    irada     tnd   Ss
at 7 ft, in.:  Fi   :      a    ,;   1 ".    id lltl nil
trip Saturda;   5 p   m
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S. Arrue-.
From Vtetorla 11 p.-n.. '-.' ind lotli
from Vancouver ar. 9 ;i. m.. Sod
and 16th of each month, calling it
Skldegate on flrst trip anl Bel.a Cools
oa second' tri;..
RIVERS  INLET,  VAN  ANDA. LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen C.ty
From Victoria S p   in- ever-,   rv ���.'���1
from  Vanceuver b .1.  m. every ^'4
uesday.      Returulog arrives  .' V*
couver Sunday  afN'rno.i.i.    .   VtetorU
Monday mornine.
VI'CTORIA-NANAIMO    .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE
S.S. City af Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria 'l'i.> ��� i .;.   .   i.m ; lr-
rives Nanaimo 4  p.m.
Leaves Nanalmo Saturday 2 p. ���!
arrives Victor! 1 9 p   it;
For   reservations  and  Intormsttn
call or address
fd com
Ai��et'.L New Westmlmtsf
K   J, ' 0YLB
Asst. Oen. Paes  Agent, Vancouver.
.1. vv. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Vlctnri*
Trains & Steamers
C I'.ll.   MAIN   LINE.
Leave New Westmin    ���   v      '
15:15, 17:20, 18: W.
Arrive     New     W'es' min
12: la, 16:30, 18:25, 19
Overland    express     tri ���   '
leaves   15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
Lv. N. W. D.2H a.m.
10:1
l.'A
\e 1 P*
11) li.""1
1 am the pioneer Furniture and Ilouae Furnishings Dealer, Funeral
Director .and Ktnhalmer, and I will sell you anything In my. line cheap
and will give you better value than you can get In any other place
Lv. Vancouver B.8R a.m.. 'i'"1 4 ''m
���   N<   K.-PORT  ".1 ICH   V
i.eavu New Westminster ������������'"v
Q   iu the city.   Try me.
V
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f. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Wall Papers in endless variety. Oilcloth from 25c up. China
Matting from 15c up. Linoleums from 45c up. Curtain Stretchers, the best made, $2.25 per set. Carpets, all grades and
prices. Iron Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
Pre-
Llmlted,
!��( All kinds of Job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reason-
jjj able prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving dally
J*! I have sold the block and am still doing business In the same place '!'
% and ln the same old way._                                                                       ' Q
%x<*x*^M*z*z*y����^^
ar. Seat
Lv. N. W. 4.H5 p.m.; ar, Seattle
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
>; ! Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and D:S6 p. m-
I
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arrive
Ni'*
arrive Guichon ti p in
Leave Guichon <> a   in
New Westminster 8:80 a '"���
Mondays, Wednesdays and
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOUV*^
Lv.  New Westminster B.W. V
and 8 a. m., and every balf h��ur
aftw till 11 p. m. .
Lv.  Vancouver  tor  Wt*W-**
same beurfl. -,
tWf
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AnVFHTISE IN jRSDAV
DEC
1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
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"7"^        ;- k- c' ijak-
-, Icltor.    Chamb-
ian   Bank   of   Commerce
II
tmlnster, H. <_'.
_  ^-^_"     BARRISTER,   m .-
i 12  Lorne  Street,
New Westmia-
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DMONDS, Barri.
Blackie Blk
Westmlnstei
i mond i,
Can-1"-
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W
��� .  BOLE, Solid-
court    Office*
. : Commerce building,
It4       P08l   0fflC3,
ter.    Money to loan,
���-""uTTTn       EART Ac  McQUARRIK
JJ Ba Itors, etc. Offlci
., w w ��� '��� Trapp Blk. corner
/> a.    BtretB.   Vanca
. . :  445 Granville streei
�� .' . J, W. Weart, \y
G Mcqu . H A. Bourne. Mr.
jjartjn .    a ���: 11-    Westminst. i
laj afternoon.
l/ifiUKiil   '���   SIART1N, t.arrlster and
111   Solicitor, 'Jiinchon  block, Colum
nib and Ui Kenzle streets   New West.
J minster, B C^	
|w. myens orav, Barrister, Bollcitoi
gnil \ P iblic, In practice since
.   V, e  ', la.lintel',   B.C,     Of
. , ito Curtis Block, Clark
eet, opposite   Court  House.
p., box 169    Telephone 64.
WK. H \ N S F 0 R D,    Barrister,
tor, etc., Crescent block,
.     am!     McKenzie
gtrKtS, estnijle.'"!', b. C,
WHEN SEEKING
Christmas   Gifts
CALL A T
The White House
A.J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Street
I
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara  Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VA'uX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 A Jains St.. Chicago, 111.
A Word to the Wise
th.tT^s money in using a MONARCH RANGE, and   NOrthCm
inat u why there are so many in use in New Westminster.
th, v10neiib"}'InK��ranKe wants the best, and as a rule
thej see all thf different kinds and pick out the winner.
There ;B where W���i shine, as The Monarch is a Winner
Nine Times out of Ten.
Pacific
BRYSON & SONS
187 Columbia St.
Agents for Monarch Ranges
Bargains
1B0AR
���
-���
D or trade    Nev.   We tn
r . cle    meel a In the
Cltj   Hall, a    follows
. :  each  mo
on  i!.,. Beci    :
of     February,     Ma
Sovi it  8  p.  m
D   1
Febi larj.      New
proposed    i.n.l
���   hly o   qu irtei ly
.   White, Si c.
In Crockery and Glassware
Cut Price Sale still on.
Big
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery. !
P. S.    Look in Window    Any Article for 25c.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Kates.
yuick Time. Excellent Service.
Tel. 65 New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANu ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship  tickets   ou   sale    to  all
E iropean points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tri,.
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For fuDl information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
SOCIETIES.
|l. 0   0. F.���AMITY  LODGE,  NO. 27���
etln  - of this lodgi
lev. b' hall, Colum
Monday  bvenlng
VI ilting brethren i or
to    atti ii.I.    ('   S
X. i; :   \ V.D. McDonald,
C.   th im, It. S.; (',. (',. -
..: ��� \.  \ ��� l ii. i    trea   in
|FRATERNAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES.'
Mi eta .���.. ry Tuesday ,
-   a   in , in  the Eagli b'
i sl eet   !���'. .1. Lynch. 't
\v. Prei ;   ll   Schoflel l. S< cretary.
|A. 0. U. W.��� FRASER  LODGE  No. 3
���Mi the firs; and third Tues ,
��������� ��� l. month. Visiting
bretl en cordially Invited to attend, j
It ��� ��� room, A. O. U. W. hall, Odd
���������' block, Clarkson itro.n. C
8 Corrl !.. ;eoorder; n.'o. Bacon,
mastei workman.
pOSE OF COLOMBIA LODGE No.
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Red Rose D<egree meets Second nnd
Fourth Wednesday of each month.
in K. of P, Hall, Columbia BL. al
8 p. in.. White Rose Degree, Fourth
Wesdnesday in each month, same
' : md place. Visiting Brethren
Invite I. K. L. Webber pre-
'Idi nt, u. I lisney, secretary.
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FOR SALE.....	
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we will   ���
deliver to any part of the city. ���
C. WILLIAMS I
|C0URT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
- Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month al ^ o'clock, In the small
jail, Oddfellows' block. Visiting
: ' n re cordially Invited to at
tend. I, ii. Rushton, ('. EL; F. P.
Maxwell, r. s.
(COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 8808,
F,   The regular meetings of
are held on the Becond
irth 'I. eadays of each month
1  i". In the Oddfellows' Hall,
en  are cordial}   In
H    nd     B. C. Firth, ('. lb.
y   I   Maxwell, Bee,
X Eighth ave. and Second St. 'Phone 333   X
��� ���
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
J  Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.   j
Telephone  12.
New Westminster
WHEN  GOING EAST
\5K THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight  Tra'ns  Everv  Dav in the  Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
I', section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. rrclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, li-
braiv  and smoking cars.
For  Time Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'so Second Avenue. Seattle. With
PLANETARY VITALITY.
Ksrili'i .iaU'-_, Cnn Take Place Onl? �����
Living;  <.l,.l,.-...
A moon quake is now unthinkable
becan.se the moon is as dead as a door*
nm!. Our satellite 1* "ever forosbad-
owing our own ultimate doom, like tht
mummy at Egyptian banquet*," but Ie
the meantime, it" tbe Edinburgh Be
view has correctly conceived the teachings of seismology, the Inhabitants ot
eartli may console themselves for the
hnvre.. wrought through eartbqnakei
by reflecting tbat they demonstrat*
the vitality of our planet In that die
tunt past when the moon actualh
quaked there may- some sclentlFts de
dare there must���have heen forms of
animation on Its surface. "Though th*
moon, by reason of its smaller size,
wns hound to lose Its atmosphere, 11
must have tuken millions of years t��
do so, nnd ttiere may have been tlm#
for the cycle of life, from the primeval
germ up to sentient beings and down
again to the hardiest lingering plant
cells, to run its full circle." The writet
In the Edinburgh Review continues t<_
develop thu line of thought:
"Earthquakes are a sign of planetary
vitality. They would seem to be characteristic of the terrestrial phase of
development. Effete globes like the
moon can scarcely bo subject to the
stress to which they are due, nor can
they be very suitably constituted foi
the propagation of elastic waves. In
cboate worlds, such as .lupiter und
Saturn, are still less likely to be the
scenes of reverberating concussions
Thi ir materials have not yet acquired
tbe necessary cohesion. They ar��
pasty or fluid, if not partially vapor
ou- On the earth the seismic epoch
presumablj openei5 when, exterior so-
lidifi"iition having commenced, the geo
logic! ages begaft to run. II will his'i
so long as peaks crumbU and rivers
carry sediment, so long us the area'.
distribution of loads fluctuates and
strain- evoke forces adequate for thei.'
catastrophic relief.
"Our globe is by its elasticity key.'-
habitable. The separation uf sea fron.
dry land is thus and not otherwise
maintained. The alternations of elevation nn.l subsidence manifest the continual activity of this reserve of en
ergy. The dimensions of the globe ��>
Inhabit depend upon the balance of
pressure and expansiveness. Relaxation ur enhancement of either instant-
ly occasions a bending inward or ac
arching outward of the crust. .lust by
these sensitive reactions the planet Itself shows Itself to be alive, r.:nl sels
mie thrllllngs nre the breaths tl
4raws."--Ciirri'iit  Literature,
A   Crnxe  of   Connetence.
"So you nre engaged in depressing
mines'."
"Only temporarily," answered Mr.
Dustln Stax. "I want to come as near
as possible to reconciling my conscience to what I am going to tell the j
assessor."���Washington Star.
THE  Rl)8t OF JERICHO.
It l. (fee OrUrloal of All the iteaurree-
!,��.,.   Plants.
Several    varieties   of   the   so   Called
resurrect i,,n     plant     bave     appeared
among the novelties offered by florists.
i but the original Is the rose of Jericho.
' Along the shores of the Head sea, far
' enough awaj to be out of reach of the
death   dealing   vapors   and   the   salt
spray,   i_r..ws  this  rose,   a   little  plant
famed   In   many   a   legendary   story,
which, when ripened, rolls up its sprays
: and branches into a curious little brown
, ball.
The desert winds snap off Its dry
! stem nnd whirl the seemingly dead
Utile ball away over sandy plains, like
j n featherweight. After it chances to
| reach same damp place, In about tell
i days, the moisture has wrought a miracle, for the once dead Is alive again,
I green and grosing.
The old time pllgriitis. who brought
| buck thi" plant witli them from the
j Holy Land, told wonderful tales of Its
power to bloom out on Christmas day
und gave It the name of resurrection
flower. Another old legend names It
St. Mary's rose, because It ls said that
when Joseph and Mnry were fleeing
from Egypt oue of these flowers grew
trom every spot where they halted to
rest.
The dry ball when unfolding drops
lis seed, and from these lt may be cultivated as an annual. To resurrect
these dry balls It Is simply necessary
to ke.1;. tl.ein st Hiding in glasses of water, immersed about halfway to the
top of (heir branches. Tbe expansion
Is merely a mechanical, spongelike
process.
The botanical name of the rose of
Jericho Is anastatlca, from anastasls,
resurrection. There are other species
of resurrection phints, but they are uot
so attractive as their Head sea relative.
whi.l,, nltbougb it has verj little
beauty, lias an honored place among
flowers because of the many fancies
nnd assoclatl >ns it calls up and Its p&
.-"i:)i��>- development ���Exchange.
T(_e Orlenfal Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors
New Westminster branch P. O.
Box 645.
~->4
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.   Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches  from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
I face, $6.00.
���  Gentlemen's Silver Watches,   double
j case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
1 Arctic Exnedition.    All warranted.
���   Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
j   Watch    repairing;     charges   reason-
! able.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
|  Eliar,1   Block.    New   W-itmlniter.   ,i r.
I ADVERTISE       I I
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
r.    To  INCREASE  Your  BUSINESS,
Hi*   Novel,
American Author���How Is your n*-\T
novel progressing?
French 1'iitto���I have the story all
written, and now I must go over it and
polish it up.
"Oh. put that time on the uext one.''
-New York Life
rarrliuMli-g   by   Scent.
"The nose is a powerful factor iu the
selection of flowers," said the proprietor of a flower stand. "I keep llf?
doors of this glass case open in all
kinds of weather. I want possible customers to catch a whiff of the fragrance. Most people buy flowers for
the smell instead of the looks. They
will pass a shut-In flower stand day
after day aud never think of buying
anything, but just let them get the
odor of some favorite flower and they
will go home carrying a bouquet as
big ns your hat."���New York Tre^s
The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Golf Stick*.
It is of the ..tmost Importance that
the golfer should be on terms of the
most complete confidence and intimacy
with all the clubs In his bag, and particularly the wooden clubs, from which
he gets bis length. Such confidence
cannot be established during the firs*
few seasons of a golfer's experience.
It needs a long time and much thought
to grasp what are the essential features of a woodeu club that make it exactly suit^l tu the peculiarities of o
particular  player.���Fry's  Magazine.
DAILY  TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper and
Tourist
Leaves  at   3:15  p.  m., and  makes
connection  for Kootenay  points, also
St. Paul and Chicago.   For rates and
particulars apply to
' "   T. >    : ED. QOULET;
Agent, New Westminstei
or to E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Genl. Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
FIRE ALARM BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's Hospi'al.
13���Second an.l Park Row.
11���Columbia and  Dufferin.
15���Sapperton.
23���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
24���.-.rd avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  av"��ue an.l Fourth.
26���Fifth  avenue and Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
"2���A'.nes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
3(1���C. P. R.   Station.
[THE  ROYAL   Tt.vlHLARS   OF   TEM
PERANCE   i,i,'i-i    every   Wednesday
"��� lock   p.  in.,  in  Oddfellows'
' i    Btreet.     visiting
��� . ... cordially Invited to at-
Hag   ,    S. C;    N.  R.
i cretary.
'8��^"K SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
rAr.'^TI0N' L0RD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���MeetH on the First ami
'.""l ruesday ol everv month In
ni. '���'r ���"��� Hall. John McNiven
_____^: ���!��� J. Forrester. Rec. Sec
0. F.���Royal   City   Lodge.   No.   3
;"   Oddfellows'   Hall,   Col-1
��������� - i, every Friday evening '���
���'���b'l-h. Visiting hrethren will |
':'  welcome,   cu. Clow, N.W. i
ne, p, q, recording Bee-
i
|0THER     FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES, |
���   Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
Naml A   'i : King Solomon Lodge,
."    '   *   ''  and A. M.;  L. O. L., I
2 "^   '���   <>��� L, No.  1598|  Court
'���>���������- ^<>  4G83, I. 0. P.; C, <).
in Westminster,   No.   330;
I OwIb, Nesi No. 29;
0 j 'i Lodge, No, B, l. 0.
B U L.L.KT I N
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low est-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. e can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
F. C, MEYERS, Agent
Phone  194. NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
W  A   ROSS, Assistant General  Hass. Agt.. Seattle, Wash.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������    .���������������������������������������������^#44#
NOW!
���
���
���
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I
t
Christmas Cards and Presents for the
OLD COUNTRY should be mailed
not later than DECEMBER the 6th.
J.J. MACKAY y CO.!
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS       NEWS DEALERS
������������������������������������������������������<
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PAGE  FOUR
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
I ��� Y 0 U R 1
.ATTENTION!
'H_J333AY,  D;
IS CALLED TO
our stock of Toys and Fancy Goods which we bave just added -. our
already complete stock of Fru.ts aad Candies. A visit to this ,4- irt-
ment will convince you that our prices are right.
Have you tried our home-male Candies?   If not, you are mis-::.:
a treat.    See our Fancy Candy Boxes for XMAS.
; THURSDAY, DEC. 5, '07
^ FRAZEE    &    WADE
Pros nt tlie Original Production
lln cl from a 26 week's run in Chisago.
The   Latest  Musical   Rage
see our Fancy uandy Boxes for XMAS. J T^L        O 1 4~*\_      _T
r   a   WrYW I np i 1 ne Koyal Cher
v^.   /A.   IVlCl\iLLV_yr , $    Wlth a b,g CM| of fi0 pe��i)le' ln-
PRINTING
Have your printing done in
town hy the local modern
lii-ii grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS BLOCK
Phone 310
SUCCESSOR TO  R. C. PURDY
Columbia Street, next to Tram office
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Fronl
streets, New Westminster,  is   C
road   employees  occupying    posit'on?
'where they have opportunity to be of
service to their respective companies.
E.   A.   Paige Managing
EW5*"'
THURSDAY.   DEC    5,   1907
PHYSIOGNOMY,
We gladly take ofl oui - ig_iin
il :iu invitation of I... i '��� .1 in bian
which fully bore out In lasl night's
Issue tli.it the Liberal issocia < -
were more ihan justified In excluding
from their meeting all representatives
from the Columbian, not on accounl
of the statement made In that extraordinary paper, "doubtless that a true
report would not reflect credit on the
participants," but because it was desirous thai a true report should be
given, and thai would I ��� an Impossibility for the paper up the hill, which
would make white appear black if it
suited its ends.
The vocabulary of our lilious friend
i.. ..ii the svane; he is getting down
to his i_ al level ��� personal
abuse. No doubt he gloated
over the following "Bulky Boh."
We all know that bulkiness Is
a sign of prosperity, joviality, bon-
hommte, good nature, lhe btau ideal
of a man in whom the citizens have
confidence, but physiognomists tell us
tliat receeding chins are signs of Imbecility; jaundiced complexions, dyspepsia; and a dyspeptic is the mo3l
miserable  man  on earth.
If by "Bulky Bob" our future member, Mr. Robert .lardine, is referred
to, why of course h. doe.-i show that
his food i.s not wasted.
Xow, let it be clearly understood
that we are only publishing fact3,
however distasteful to us, and not
just vulgar a'.use; we are only treat
ing "like with like."
I     Sir   Wilfrid  Laurier   has the   back-
   bone to turn down aspirants fur po-
Director  sitions who have   been found grafting,
    bul of course such a stand was never
tal   a le.'  Conservative premiers when
     rafting  was al  iis hou'.
With a big cast of f!0 people, including Wm. J. McCarthy, Oscar Rag
land. Herbert Carter, Franklin Fox,
Geo Porter Smith, Gertrude Hutch.'
son. Dorothy Rae, Lab'lie Laurette,
Dlxey LUlard, and the famous
Broilers
60 People 60^-40    Beautifu1    Giris 40
30 Song    Hits 30���20 Fun    Makers 20
A Scenic Marvel.
Seat sale opens Monday. Decern b r,
Und:   Prices 11.50, $100, T.'c and 50c.
English and American billiard Tables, Bowling Alleys, etc. New anl
second - hand tables and supplies In
Btock.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
Phone A2698. 1>. ... Box  1185
Bowling Alley,  Pender St.,
VANCOUVER
Agent   tor  Messrs. Samuel  May  &
Co., Toronto.
Get Established
Buy a home now that will net a profit  of :?.".���'���> ,,    j .
jusi such a proposition.    New House on Fifth  \\
em.    Two  lots each 6tlxl"2 feet.    You can sell
:-.."....    All we ask is $2700 foe this property.   Good
into it.
DOMINION TRUST
THOS. R. PEARSON
REAL ESTATE and���
.anager
���INSURANCE
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Ic  [m Woman'i Way,
When a woman undertakes todeca^
Itate a fowl or anything with an ax
she grasps tlie tool close to the lnad,
raises   her   chin,   squints   both   eyes, i
clinches tw.> rows of teeth and hacks ���
straight   down,   mis-dug   her   aim   by !
about two Inches.   That was sufficient
for  a   '        via   lady  to  sever her  left
thumb.   . .a. was not a fainter and, re-
p!nein<_:   tiie  thumb,   which   had   been
chopped at the flrst joint, bound the
parts together and has excellent promise  of   its   complete   restoration.    The
Same is not always lost when "thumbs
are down."���Detroit News-Tribune.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE
Friday and   Saturday,
Dec. 6th and 7th.
RAY BRANDONS PLAYERS
a talented aggregation of foot-
light favorites, drawing crowded
houses nightly, pay a reiiTfn visit to this  citv.
Timely Precaution,
"Maria," said Mr. Qulgley, entering
bis home in some excitement, "I want
you to promise me not to look at the
papers for the next three monl lis!"
"What for?" wonderlngly asked Mrs.
Qulgley.
"I have just been nominated for a
public offlce," he faltered, "and I don't
want you to find ont whit kind of man
I really am."���Chicago Tribune.
The Squaw Man
(Friday's     Attraction.)
*>
Jessie James
(Saturday's     Offering.)
Popular Prices���50c, 35c and 25c.
k.  :...is 22 and 2b, Block XXII, Ci!
of Ni w Westminsti r.
a certificate of Indef a. I le titli to
:he above property will i,v Issu u o
Ague - Blackie, on the 3181 .;.. ..'
.... . ���'. 1907, mil ss in ihe- me en
. \ I objection thei ��� ���.. be made tn
me in writing by a person or persons
.:. ug an estate or Inter st there-
n, <>r in any p i rl thereof.
C. S.  KEITH,
Districl  K. gistrar . ;' Tltl s.
Land Registry office, New Westm a-
ster   ::. ('.. 29th November, 1907.
'I'ii"   ; erson  or    ; ��� b .\ ing in
th...;:- custody or possessii n the foil iwing Title Deeds    relating to the c.<' 1
property are requesi. fl to    eli er I .���
same tn lh.- undi rsigned:
I5th liecenih t, 1862    l: ibi rt    Kerr
to John Coo; or, conveyance in fee.
Martin  ,fc  MtQuarrle,  solicitors
f..r applicant. Trapp    ;���>������.. N'o v
Westminster, B. C.
NEW  THIS WEEK
Combs and Brushes
At all Prices
Call in ana have yoar eyes- let f.*-J free
./iii��r ffcroir CTAiT-
3 mim owhi
NOTICE
BROTHERHOOD   OF   OWLS.
The members of N'-w Westmin
Nest, .v<>. 29, are requested to attenl
the   regular   conclave   Thu.sday,  Dec,
5th. al  8 o'clock.
Business      Nomina Don   ttf  offi.
and .i Bocial session will be held
.1. .1 RANDOLPH. Sec.
Cook'
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
LICENSE   NOTICE.
Restaurant
Cafe ant
Grill
Shrewd Game.
"F.xtry!" yelled tlie bright newsboy.
"All ah,mt the ter'ble wumpty���er���
wump!"
"Eh?" asked the Inquisitive old man
"What did ye say, sonnyV"
"I didn't say it." replied the boy.
''Riiy a paper an' see."���Minneapolis
Journal
OPERJCHOUSE
MONDAY NIGHT, DEC. DID.
Geo,   !;.  Edwards an.l    Holden  Bros.
PRESENT
LILLIAN    MORTIMER'S
NOTICE
STREETS
' ��� ��� '-v
THE BRITISH EMIGRANT.
There  is  some disrpjietiiele    at the
Eastern seaboard anent the expressed
���intention of British charitable institu-
IX THE .MATTER of the Railway-
Act and in fhe matter of the Victoria
Terminal Railway and Ferry Company and the Vancouver, Victoria and
Eastern Railway and Navigation Company.
NOTICE Is hereby given that an
agreement has been made between
the above named Companies providing for the sale by the Victoria Ter-
... , -'-a   *���"���   '���'���,-   ocic   ui   mc   v leioria.   ler-
tions to  ship  the  unemploved  across  _,,.,.,, D,,-,���, , ���
" *   *  u nunal Railway nnd Ferry Company of
thfl     ,./������_ -_ r>       _nH      I a rt ,1     tier..     In      f1, ���    i - J     -v.
the ocean and land them in Canada
If the Poor Law Boards intend to
just dump them, helpless and wiihout
means of support, then there is good
ground for this unrest. Many of these, of .^
under the system in which they have
been reared, have not the adaptability
to tur^ aside from their trade or profession and in other legitimate lines
earn support for themselves and fain
the "third section of the undertaking"
of such Company and also of all tha'.
line of railway existing from a point
on the line of the said "third section
.e undertaking" near Mud Bay, in
a general south-easterly direction to
a point on the International boundary
line at Blaine, and all lands, privileges, easements, fixtures, goods, real
and  personal  property used or enjoy-
ilies, and it would be suicidal for the eJ or intend(.f, f0[, tho ���,.<, and enJ
home authorities  to attempt,  and  the ,m..,t of lhe ..,.,.,  ���nes of rajlway Qr
Canadian  government   to    allow,   the _,,���.,... ���f ,..,..._ |0 ,,.,. Va,u.01|V(,,.  vlc.
landing of the pauper element In this torJa and Baatern Kl|||wav ,m{ Xay,_
way.   lf an emigrant Is to te assisted gMm Company.
to leave the overcrowded  labor mar-      AX|I  N0TICE    [g   ^LS0    m.;RK.
kets In England io relieve the stress ���v      r,)lt!l..r      glven    thal    a   du.
A Complete Scenic Production.
Clean! Pure! Moral'
Every  woman  should see this  play
It Is   to Laugh
Everything reproduced on. Ibe sta?e
that is pictured on the billboard's.
SONGS.' DANCES! EUNL
PRICES���75c,   50c   and   25c-
TAKE NOTICE that application has
Le.'i. made to register Margarel  Do -
bie as thi owner in Fee Simple, und ������:
a Tax Sale Deed from s. A. Fletcher,
to Margar.fet Dobbie, bearing date the
1st da;   of  December,  A,   l>   I n 2, of
all and singular thai certain parce 01
I tracl of land and pr m.ses situate, lying and being in the District of Ne<\
I Westminster, in the Province o7 Bril
! ish   Columbfa.HKrre particularly Un<>\PB
; and dtescribed as Lots 18 to 25, inclu-
: sive,   Block   I,  being  puts  of  south
wesl  of .Section  2,  Township  16.
Dated   al   the   Land   R dairy  offlc i,
New   Westminster,   Province  of  Brit-
! isli Columbia, this 2TUh day of Augusi
j A, D. 1'90T.
('.   S.   KEITH.
District Registrar.
To  Benjamin Drnisfas.  Esq.
N( ITICE Is her. ;   ...
tend to appl il th < ��� I lng of
the Licensing Board for the Citj of
New Weestminster, for a renewal of
;e.-,.ns.. to 11 liquors retail on
premises know n i I :e Rusw f[ Hot I
situated  on  > ..ir.rvon street.
I \\L-m-aMm^m-^-^t^4assssssssssssssssssssm
\e\   v.    ttninster   Dec  2   C307. Opposite Post Offie:
Splendid C'aia
White i : efs
Dominion     Trust    Building
COOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-iet
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore    and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
t-TAdTertise the town we live lu  ly
mailing Picture Post Cards to yoer
friends.
YOU   REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
mmm (iniin '������am u i�� m i������ ��� m&Tsmm m*%
| REMOVAL
SALE
OUR BIG REMOVAL SALE KEEPS
GOING
or      ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY       NE
FOR QUICK   RETURNS
w a
pllcati
'e'
BUCl
agreemenl
on tli. Poor l.aw Unions, then he
should be followe i w Ith a mi a jure ol
thai ; arenl U rare ;,, h - expei leni ed
and soti led In som. a .11 supporting
position on fai a ir ol hi -\ tee. Can
ad. i do . yi sti ong enough to
.- wallow and dlges th luman i .il
.; that, through no fault of their
pwn perhaj a, ha. - become human
deadwood, bo to sp . ir the sys
tem one man one trade, For tehe Immigrant who comes to ua having In
himself Industry and capacity ih re
is room as broad us this great Dominion, even If his particular calling is
not now demanding his help; bul he
must be prepared to live on bis own
resources, for a time at least, aud if
ib.. ii;ies are overcrowded, lind employment on the land. A man with
adaptability should be prepared to take
up land for himself and do as others \
have done���forge out his own destiny
and  fortune.    Such emigrants  will be   ])ayerB [g hereby ..,.,���,., ,.,..
welcomed, and he almost sure of success, in any province of the Dominion,
but more especially in the province of
British   Columbia.
^
been died In the offlde of the Provm-
cial Si cret irj and that an application
will be mad. for the ass nl of the
Lieutenant Qovernor-ln-CouncIl to the
Bald agri emi ..' thirty days after t!;e
Oral publication hereof In the British
Columbia Gazette.
Dated this  li'tb  day of .\'..v inner
1907.
JAMES JEFFREY,
Secretary   Victoria  Terminal   Rai'
way  and   Perry  Company.
A. II. MacNEILL,
Secretary  of   the Vancouver,  Victoria   and   Eastern     Railway     an.l
Navigal ion  Company,
�����������������������������������������������������������** �������������� ��>���������������������*�����������������������������������������*�� f
I A Royal Christmas Gift \
PUBLIC MEETING |
A  Prill.ic  MEETING of ibe rate
Friday Evening, Dec. 6,
There is nothing more acceptable or appropriate
for gift purposes than diamonds. They do, indeed,
make a royal Christmas gift, whether' in a ring, a
brooch, a pendant, a locket, or a necklace, for a
lady or in cuff links, scarf pin, watch charms or
fobs, for a gentleman.
When buying diamonds, buy from Birks.    The
combined orders from our different establishments
make us the largest purchasers of Diamonds in Can- ��
ada. and we guarantee our diamonds to be of the t
finest and purest quality obtainable.
We manufacture any design or setting to order,
in our local factory.
If .lames Davis does worry about
Ihosa two railway employees, who
have always be.'n sTauncli Liberals
and good citizens, holding honorable
positions in a political association,
we   need   nol   worry  abou!   othe
rail-
at .S p. m., in the Council Chamber,
Civic. Building, for the purpose of
hearing reports from Members of the
Council and to enable candidates for
Aldermen .and School Trustees to express their views on civic affairs,
W.  H.  KEARY,
Mayor's offlce,
Dec. 1,  1007.
Sons
Ltd
Henry Birks	
Vancouver's Leading Jewellers.
GEO. E. TR0REY, Managing Director
Mayor. ���   Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts. -        Vancouver
������������*������������������������������������������������������������ ���������������������������������������������������������<������������������.,
We said we would make it
go and so we have.
There hasn't been a customer left our store who was
not mure than satisfied with
the bargains secured; and so
they should be with the
ds . ��� . e showing at the
price we a: ��� asking.
Have 1 ou_ Secured
Your Fair Yet?
Vou  should,   as all  shrewd
buyers have.
Remember this is a genuine
REMOVAL    SALE   where
goods are sold and  profits
sacrificed.
W. E. SINCLAIR
The Reliable Shoe Man
j Isdav.
DEC.   <>���   1907
tax     THE  DAILY  NEWS.
page nvB
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hue Cash Stores
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mportant Skirt
SALE!
;fc,rfs uw-7i ��5
for $3.25
\kirts morfA $7.5o
for $4.95
I    ea
Ol     i. ;:i.
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ins.
ia differ-
ast Week of the
Dress Goods Sale
lay D. & A.
���or sets
ilorsel    is    made  ������'
J'       Cottl, cut Idas tilting, straight
ipportlng on  side  and  fronl:
|"       . il value at  $2.0?
>ady Curzon
"orset
[' made specially for mi dl-
:      I sto ;��� figures.    Made in Can-
1 ��� mii models.
150
yds. Cream Fancy
Lustre at 39c
Together  with   300  yards  of  French
Flannel  au 1  Wool  Detane,    we ee.
e  lei   tor quick clearanc ;    valu
i   rth  regular    60    ..nd  7 c a  ��
i  ngth   will   pay  you   for  the   comln !
Note ih.. width and price,  '- In-,   30c
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T. H.   SMITH
LOT   I-��� -\ Skirts
twe
IC'lle '     ! ' aa" i
lades i own an 1
...      dd     m j nov-
s i,    q il    ly I e.
���: ���������.   $3.25.     Would
���   .31   0 "rial.
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- folds, 1!
sil
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;   i ot, al $4.35.
Evei.   ;armenl rl    Btted with
..a- ..\-   . chai ������ ���
Miles of
Ribbons
Stock  taking onlj   a month awav.
ThiafB our object in selling lM�� h";
ribbon stock nt such a sacrifice.   Bv
ery desirable Bhade, Including yarda
and   yards of  Tartans.   Plaids,   Droi
dens,  etc.    On  sale  now  ai   	
10c, 15c. and 25c a yard
CITY NEWS
Our 25c La lies' Hose can't be b a*.
Kyle {2 Sons. �� ��*
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'������ A  Keefer, Dominion Government
resident engineer, returned yesterday]
morning from Victoria.
Eighteen blondes .nd brunettes,!
properly mixed, make one Broiler.���
Th.- Royal Chefs recipe. **
Dr. !���'. Welsh, an old time resident '
of this city, and now located at Ash-
eroft, is spending a couple of days in
X.-w Westminster as the guesl of his
In-law, D. .I. McQuarrie, before
I proceeding to California, where be
will  spend  the  winter.
Four lots iui Second S reel, J .7".
(..sn. Whi:,, Shiles & Co.. 260 Col-
uml ... St., 'I'I..me v.. **
.adies' Underwear all sizes, at Kyi*
Son b House '.f Plenty, **
Six:, .a  '. ��� mb( rs were added to the
lodge ol  ibe Royal Templars of
it the meeting held yes-
���   ening    The total incr ase in
the -., ��� of i'. '!'. of ":'  Council
x.e. i since the I his year
one huudi
Elei tiou i  are 3ting    i
is ' Tb'- Roy-
la    Knights of Columbus wm meet
ng for tl '-    of !i"iii -
Inal ii.-   .eli' ' : -    .ie!     Li -.��� issing    tii ���
oi   the    ord:.       'I'b"
��� of Owls  ��il!    nominate
iflicers for ibe coming term at their
��� ;ulm; meeting this evening, when a
social   will  follow    i!i-.   business  ses- ���
sion.
W.   are looking [oi  th ��� Ki   is trade
in   lion  !:. Crackei     a:..!  wil
i.a...       eautiful isp ay at  the  West
ta. I (.ro. '*
Notwithstanding the rainj .. >ii<ii;ion .
of the weather, a hir^e numbei of peo ;
...   'aiiie.l   ...ii     ie.  tbe -Holy   Trinity i
church bazaar held last evening in St.:
George's   bail,   ami   very   satisfactory',
results were obtained.    An orchestra
waa in ati.m.1.mce during the evening
ami dlsj ei     :   ��� e islng -���.��� ins.
Local cooks and traitors have or-
eganlzed, bul tin-;, are noi in it with
tlie Royal Chef and his pretty laughing chorus.    Thursday. **
Provincial .'unstable Deane conducted to the Penitentiary yesterday,
Nlcotimo Techial, who ���'. .-> sentenc .1
at Golden to serve three years for
Jmrglary, theft and Jail-breaking. He:
was brought lo the city on Tuesday by j
an officer from Golden.
For from Slut) to %22t^ you may uava
your pick of several choice lots close
to the Vancouver car iin i aa I on
good streets. Small cash payment!
and : alance on easy terms. White >'i
Shiles, 260 Columbia otreet, New
Westminster. "���
A public meeting   wi!! be   held to-]
morrow evening in the council chamber of the city hall when the Mayor i
and Aldermen and the new men who |
are Bei king ��� lei tion '���; the Al lermanlc j
board   will  -ive their  views  on civic
matters   to i nable the tax- p 13 era to
choose    ;i   . .!.��� men for wh mi ������. vole.
Th.. c ndidates for - ;.       I   istes will
also a       a   'he' meeting,
Gen '���.-   I e       eighta  anl
sizi -    it th    House of : .    ' '
Ne iv 1 _
and N'ul    etc. f.    the X     -    ... la .
at. Wi si  i'.i.d Grocery. '
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Enough for all   New Westminster. ��
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Christmas   Novelties
Ov.
900 choice pi-ces of Furniture to select from,  hide oards,  Hut- T
fets, China (.' l'.inets, Parlor bets. Couches, Davenports, etc., etc., ani ���
nearly 3000 smaller articles, comprising Rockers, in all varieties. Rat- ft
tan Goods, Pictures, Statuaries   Music   Cabinets,   Bne-a Brae,  Centre J
Ta des, etc., etc. ���
This is an exceptionally granrl opportunity for you, RIGHT NOW, to
get In on the ground floor for a first class choice of these .roods, at.
I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
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DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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Ladies     V\
.d Ch. ei  Ston .
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Kyle ^  S .n's
Th.e annual meeting of !.  O. L. 1393 |
for the electi n ol 1 (fleers for the en-:
suing :���'..:   was held last evening in
the Orange hall.   A good representation was in attendance. Afti r ilie reg |
Ular  s.-ssi-.ii.   the   Royal   Area   Purple
degree  held   a session." at  wnicii  ae-'
grees  were     conferred    on   two   new
members.
Do you wan:  a. nev cottage on    a
large lot, below market    value?    W>i
' can suit you for$1000, only $400 cash1
and balance easy. Abbot;    Ai.-    Hyde,
nexi Guichon Hot' I.
The people of Sapperton who have
been prominent in ihe agitation to
have the City carry out certain improvements to the Sapperton park are;
still waiting for the appearance of the
workmen on the scene. According to
arrangements made by the cotincil ���
some days go, tlle work was to have
been commenced on the first of Dec-,
1 ember.
I
A    good     investment���two    hous-'s
renting at *N per month each,   price!
$1300.    Good   6-room  modern  house,
renin for $2u, doae to car.    Price $2.
;,".(). easy t< rms.   Possession if requlr.
' ed.    White   &   Shiles,   260  Columbia
street, New Westminster.
,\ number ol New Westminster people, Including Gowan MacGowan, went j
over to Vancouver yest rday evening
for the purpose of attending the performance of "The Royal Chef," which
is due here ihis evening They speak
\,i> highly of the show, and are pos-
��� ilia; it will be thoroughly appreciated ibis evening. The music is
s .il to I e very catch}.
Tu renl   -Three stores on Sixth st.
table    for  grocery,   butcher    and|
::a     av :   ;:'. ��� .   ;i\.   living rooms above.
Rent for tue whole $50 pi r month, or
would s. 11. White ^ Shllea, 260 Columbia St., New Westminster.
In the    case   of   Donald    McLean
agalnstDove,  which was instituted toi
recover payment of cattle disposed of'
10 the defendent, judgement has betn,
handed down  b.v    His    Honor    Judge!
! Howay, the   trial   judge,   giving the;
plaintiff $320 and ordering the defend-
lent to pay exists.   The cas:> was tried
by Judge Howay last week.   W. Nor-1
man Hoi.', K. C���    appeared    for    the,
plaintiff, and Mr. Wallbrldge, of Van- j
couver, for the defondent. '
Tlie time for the Free Library 0OO
test is drawing to a < lose and remember that the West End Grocery is the
,nlv grocery Where votes are obtainable. **
Will no doubl
appr.-ciate at any
time a nice pair
GLASSES
. '��� rtalnly no season of the year
is more -i;.;-.r'>i<ri-
than this for
���a '..ting her
1 ��� r '.\ il'i a pair
of -.. e _.;.e-s.-3.
Vou can take
a pair home .and if they do not
suit ler sight, they can be exchanged   at  any  time.
We, .-.. most people know, are
ih" largesl dealers in the city
of Optical Goods. You can bave
Glasses at any price to sui:.
F. w. HEATH, .graduate optician, late of Ottawa, has charge of
the department.
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Geo. Adams, Proprietor
:
Mr. Employer
CURTIS'
Drug, Specfacle & Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Northern
Pacific
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE.
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.       ::     <: ::     ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
Choice Beef
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago, J
Toronto, St. Paul Best of farmer's Pork
ANu ALL POINTS EAST	
Steamship   tickets   on   sale    to   all j
Kuropoan  points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip |
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full Information call on or write
0. E. LANG, Genera! Airent,
430 Hastings St.. Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON',
Portland. Ore.
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES Daily
PACIFIC MEAT MARKET  R-McMenemy & W.Anderson
F. CRAKEi
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Exnedltlon.    All warranted.
Chaina, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
able.
IMPERIAL
FLOUR
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THE      DAILY      NEWS
If YOU Need  Anything.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET
New Westminster.
Telephone 333. PAGE BIZ
THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY
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TAGS FOR ARMY MEN.
In future war? of the Unit^
EtaUs there will he nc unidentified
deaii after battles, because hereafter all officers and enlisted men in
the American army will he tagged.
Acting Secretarj of War Oliver has
ordered thm aluminium disks, in-
escribed with the officer's or soldier'i
name, regimen! and company, be is-
lued to every regular Boldier by the
quartermaster's department. These
will be worn suspended around the
Beck under the clothing. The idea
t>f tagging was recently suggested
to the peneral staff by Surgeon Gen
prai O'Beilly, who ha? just returned
from Switzerland, where he repre-
Beitted the United State? at the
Ked Cross conference. Such a badge
of identification is generally used
in foreign armies. Thousands of
unidentified dead of the civil war
nov,- lie in Arlington cemetery, Virginia, and in other national ceine
teries.��� Philadelphia l?ecord.
China'* Fight on Opium.
China has again decreed the abolition of the culture of opium poppies and the use of opium or iti
products in any of its forms, save
medicinal. This action, which comes
in lhe shape of an imperial edict,
was the direct result of the report
of the Chinese commission appointed to visit this country and Europe,
and the edict is signed by ihe heads
of both civil and military affairs.
This is nor the first attempt of China to free herself from the effect!
of the opium trade. The first effort
was made in 1839. That result led
to a war with Great Britain, which
profited bj the export/if opium to
China, and as a resuit of the war
the edict was recalled, nnd China
had to pay an indemnity of-about
$6,000,000.
The McKinley Tomb.
A contract has been let to a
Windsor (Tt.) firm for the granite
for ihe sarcophagus in which the
bodies of President and Mrs. McKinley will lie at Canton, O. The
material will be the green granite
quarried only on Ascutney mountain, on the east side of the state.
It will he from the same quarry
which furnished stone for the Seth
Low library of Columbia university.
The contract calls for sixteen pieces
of stone, the largest of which will
weigh nine tons, to form two receptacles eight feet long, four feet
wide and three feet deep. The
whole will be surmounted by two
capstones, the architect endeavoring
to curry out the plan of the Napoleon sarcophagus in Paris.
No  Wonder  He  Found  It.
The papers relate it as h remark-'
ible fact that Prank Bookwalter of
Springfield, O., returned to his
childhood's home after an absence
of sixty-five years and found a dime
that he had lost in a crack in the
front steps when he was five years
old. There is nothing remarkable
in this story. Mr. Bookwalter is de-
scribed as a millionaire. After sixty-five years' experience in picking
up money it would have been a wonder if he had not found his .boyhood's dim*, especially as he knew
where it wa\ If the "lost dime had
been Mr. KcnKefeller's, he wouW
have found a dollar. Mr. Rockefeller's money breeds.���Life.
A Short Speech.
General von Pitreich, who will
take the place of Count Beck at
the head of the general staff of
Austria, is the second war minister
on whom this honor has been conferred. The first Was General von
John, who is remembered in Austrian military circles because of the
remark which he made at a meeting
of the equipment board. He said,
"I cannot be successful with one
pnir of trousers." 'ihe question undi r discussion was whether tlie en-
listed men should he supplied witl
one or two pairs, and ho won fo;
the greater number by his short
speech.
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SHOES That Will Make Y
William  as  a   Matchmaker.
A curious instance of the active 5"15J
part the kaiser takes in arranging ;ljj
the    marriages    of   relatives    and j ** ~
friends is recorded.   A personal aid i
de-camp of his  majesty was  very
much depressed by the lady of hie j
choice giving him a refusal.    The'
same afternoon the kaiser drove to j
the house of the young lady, the
daughter of a wealthy Berlin bank-
er,  and   pleaded  the  pause  of hit'
aid-de-camp   with   such   eloquence
that   the   marriage   took   place
month later.
This
SHOE
in patent,
gun metal
or kid.
Our $4.50
American
Boot
for
e-WP*
$3.50
Florsheim
American
Boots
$6.00
Lines
for
$4.00
THINK
This Boot--Our $4.50
Leather Lined Box Calf,
Going at ow Big Sale, for
*P%J.d��i3
Ladies9 Fine
Shoes,
with patent end
plain tips-~-
The $3.50 kind
for
$2.95
Men's $5.50
patent leather boots for
$3.50
Mens $3.00
Fine   kid   Boots for
$2.25 and $2.50
We could easily fill a whole newspaper with such prices as these,
Moreover, we have the goods to back them up, whether it i.s
Children's Shoes, Women's Shoes,
Mens Shoes���
Or any kind of Shoe that is usually found in a first class Shoe Store-
you will find we carry them.
Our prices cannot be beaten  by any^
advantage of our Big Sale which is now on.
other Shoe firm in B. C.   Take
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe liouse, Lt
Sign of the Big Electric Boot. flew Westminster
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"Micrography."
A post curd of the usual size is
exhibited at the Bucharest exhibition. On it are written the Bulgarian
constitution in full, the opening
fipeeches of various European par-
Laments and two noems by Kudyard
Kipling, 13,000 words in all. The
caligraphist, Peter Paikoo of Sofia, spent nine hours a day during
three months to accomplish th*
fent.~ London Express.
To ensure  perfect   delivery  of
THE DAILY NEWS
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by 6:3j o'clock
help us by registering your kick
at this offlce.
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telephone or call, and we  will
set. that Hie error is immediately rectified.
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ADVERTISE
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If You've LOST AovthlBJ'
#1 DEC.  5.   1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE  SEVEN
[TnD REGISTRY  ACT
WE AR�� CSHG PUR2 CANADIAN
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Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, e��c.
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Ish Columbia,
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I ition ot   thia
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one month in
ied al  New
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Timber Notices
l.    TAKK    NOTICE   iha-    Harriet
Kurd, of Hammond, B. C, occupation
la i       Intends    to apply for a special
tii    I - ens r thi   following described lan I -
Commencing al a  posl   ; lanted  al
noi th easi < .rner ol lol 235, Bouth
���     '  ���     (illi -    B.;.    thenci    i isl BO
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2 15,  thence i ,,
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in Wednesda. ��� Decembei ll. 1907,
inclusively, foi the construction of ������
Building al Ladysmith. B. (.'.
Plans and specifications can I ������ bi en
and forms of tender obtain, d al thl
Departmenl and on application to the
Postm .   .-,   n  Ladysmith, B, C.
Persons tendering are notified thai >;oab  |a reported to be in the small
- will not be consid. ed   inli.-��� town of Nakhltcbevan, near tbe f. >1
on the   printed   form   supplied, of Mount Ararat, and Is sixty feel   u
���:.������ i   with  their  a
ODDITIES IN  GRAVES.
A  WOWM   V. li a, 11-T".  '.- \ I iin  nnd  Bfy-
inu  Croat.,  Waa  Burled  em."""-
lU'.'l'^.tf :l curious old grave-stout* ta
]'pC|[.i:ry   churchyard   which   recordi
the fact thai one woman at le.u.1    i
England died a bachelor.    Her nam*
was    Sarah    PlckfOPd,    BUd   the   slone
,-raveiy informs the reader she waa
ifc^re Interred "August ye 17. Ai . ���
Iioin, l"":t. and '''ed a Bacbelour In tt*
48th yv*sre of her age."
A ston>' I" Westminster abbey re
cords the interment thetv >f George
Graham, vfbc* wa�� ,h" '"''>" workman
that received th** honor of being burled
In Westminstei- abb-y He was a scientific Instrument nny"r- who In 17C0
Invented the deadbeo? escapement la
clocks Ills funeral w��T attended by
the Roj al society In a body.
In Easl Ham churchyard tln*v ls !l j
tombstone pla<c<ed crossv a; i tht* w >
man interred ie ..aid to have been Wun
cross, live] .toss, married a Mr. Ci -v,
and died cross. Her dying request was ;
to be burleed criss, and this was car- .
ried out.
As to more ancient graves, that of
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Smart Neckwear
is just the name for
our new neckwear.
All the new colors.
All the new shapes
All the new prices.
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25c, 50c, 75c, $1 the Tie
ler  must  be ai
length. Another traditl >n says tbal the
grave Is merely o niche In tbe wall n*
an aim ud..tied fortress
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Act.'
;E  TO   CREDITORS.
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HARE     ,   FORI I - .!"    t.i  :'  ���
907. nourabl        ���  M nl Pub
 . ial to tei ,r   ii'      SEALED   TENDERS    addr.    ed to
1  ���      of 1      >  i. ie;     e. an. !. and ��� a ������"> ��� d   Ten-
���  ���''��� ��� !    i      h will be fo     It. .   der for Detention Bull ling,    Vii
to a   -. -   _   c. " will be rece-veu al thl
lowing d .   . i do so, oi       until lay,    Dei emlx i 2, 1907, In-
e wi .  -.. the construction   .1  i   i
enl iii ling at Vic I  C.
Plai       . i     eclfl iation i   i    ���  sei -\
��� a.;   , : i itsel!   and form   ol  tender obtained at this
.    I. .we : or an
e irder,
FRED   GELIN VS
Seci
D.        an nl  of Public Woi ks
<'" .v. ..  N ...'in' it  13,  1907.
2.
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or un . ..,���
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In   said,ab. . ith east of G
The Wardrobe Clothier
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umencemen
HARRIET i'e
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having clalmB
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I'AKE   X ���
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in    .    license i
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I lepart nn ni and on aj plication i . Wil-:
Ham  Henderson, Esq., Re I le il   Architect, Vici irla, li. C.
Persons ������ nd< ring in notll I I b il
tende - will nol be conslden l inl - -
made on the   printed   form   supplied,
~        "      \a    ipei    will m paid for this | a^d signed with   their   actual   slgn-
: a.h'a I   emenl   II   they  Insei I   II   wiui-
onl  :. i     .1 ll ���  e D.   artment.
; u a
-      ���    "'���.
I   ���-.'���
following
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST^
,     a   . Sl Cl   '.'I    --'
fivi      . ��� '      t   ol
:    . ' tnd, thi ie-   ' >
... . ���     west   to   ' v i
... alon'-;     the
. ...   ol   Section   19,      18.000 J EMPRESS  OF  BRITAIN I 14,500
oinl ..; . ommeni e
EMPRESSES*
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HARRIET FORI).
1907
,.     TAKE   NOTICE    that    Harriet |
F <: i. of Hammond, B. C . oci upa .   .
,    .   Intends  to apply  for a sped il
lira . r   llcen.se  over    the    tollowin;
i   1 in.Is:
'i the w ��� c.,;e. ,,.. . :ii .si   plantt d   it
..   an ! ,;.,. .,,,,: A west  corner i i location N i.
iKE NOTICE thai af-   q,   ,,.,-.:   tour   miles    south-easterly
��� ���:���'.'...I date the ex-   from Glllls bay, Texada Island, thence
John  Hendry  and    John   B   east   to  location   N'o,   -.   hence  Bouth
eed to distribute the   .,,   !.���   _-. .  thence   wesl   and   Bouth
I among the par-  along the boundai   ol   b   said Lol 233
���   having    regard   ���,    the   Bhore,   thence    westerly   and
... which they Bhail   northerlj   to the polnl of commence
���    and thai   the sa.d   ;, . ,���
HARRIET FORD.
November I,  1907,
H. Power { EMPRESS OF IRELAND J
LEAT    REDUCTIONS    IX    FARE3
To THE OLD COUNTRY.
Xow is the time to purchase yo n
��� Ickets ii' you are going to Bpend
Xmas il home,
Next Empress sails Dec. 13th.
For other dales and particulars,
.    I j  ���..
ED   OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent. |
atur<es.
Each ti nder must   ' e  ...  om'pai   ��� I
by an a. i epted i i.e.rie on a chart
bank, made    payable to the order   of
the Honourable the Minister of P i
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
of the ,.m..an;  of 'i.e tender,    which
will ie.. ;' .rfelted if the person ten le
lng decline   to enter   inio a contracl
when called uiwn to do so. or if he
i fall to complete the work contracted
j tor.    If the lender be not ae. e iti  i "
cheque will he i e1' irned.
The Departmenl  loes not bind itsi '.'
to acci pt the lowest ���    any lender.
By Or le
FRED, GELINAS,
Seer- I u
Departmenl ol  Publli   Works,
Ottawa, Novem ier 2, 1907
Newspapers wlll not be paid tor this
idvertlsemenl If they Insert it. without
authority from the Department.
I ...   liable    for tho
. pai ��� thereof to anv
ons of whose claims no-
re been  received b.v
'    ���   ol such distribution.
B. al  .v v.  Westminster,  this
: November, 1907,
MARTIN & McQUARRIE,
lors    for    John   Hendry and
eS   I.' line, executors of the
:,. TAKK NOTICE that Harriet
F ird, of Hammond, H. ('.. occupation
lady. Intends to apply tor a special
timber license over the following
described binds.
Commencing at a post planted si
the north-easl corner of Section 'J'.
about four miles south-easterly . f
Glllla bay, Texada island, thence 16 I
ihains south, thenee 40 chains east
thi nce   160   ehains  nori!!.     then.'.
  . h tins  wesi   to  point  of
MATTER of the  Estate of, ment.
te, i ite of the cit. HARRIET FORD
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
���=���������   The
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
invites you to join the large number of satisfied Depositors.
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
Put your money where it is accessible when you require   it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START NOW���DON'T DELAY.
lOTlCE  TO  CREDITORS.
40'
commenc ���
New Westminster Branch.
F.  B.  LYLE,   Mgr.
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LARD LARD
Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
LARD
Afe Low Prices for Cash
23 pound  Pail    $2.ti0
10 pound Tin   $1.jr>
5 pound Tin         70
3  pound  Tin    43
2  pound  T.n 30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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ter,   British   Col-
S HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
I Statutes < i Brit
ipter  ist,    that all
others    having  claims
te of  the  s.ii.l  John
lied on or abo.it
'   to er,  1907, nre ro-
11 "i-   e fore the 3 Ith day   it
'"���   " i  nd by post, pre-
to the  underslgne 1.
���. mrnames, address-
the  full   purlieu-
duly verified; the
' ' "int. and the na
rity,  If  anv,  held  by
and
!1':'; TAKE NOTICE thai af-
1 'ast mentioned date the ex-
Margarel  R. whyte, w li pro-
'��� the assets of the de
amon8 the    parties    entitled
ll:i'i'1'  regard    only to the
; lvilil'.i siie sluiii  then have
a��d that   the   said   executrix
m liable tor the said asscu
1,,'it hereof to any person or
'; whose 'laims notice elinll
,'    "" received bv her at the
1 ���Sl"'1' distribution,
J, n. KENNEDY,
for Margaret R. Whyte, ex.v
November  1,  1801
6,    takk  NOTICE    thai    Harriet
Ford, ot Hammond, B, C occupation
lady,  Intends  to appl}   tor  a special
timber   license   ovei     the    following
ii i lands;
Commencing  ai    i     isl  planted  al
.; .   jouth wesl corner ot Section T. as
.-, |WII .... D ip b e.a. halt a mile north
..;  anna  | ay,  Texada  Island, Ihence
'. ill   . b-.:,-n irth sc chaina,
.,  isl   80 chains, thence south
.     .., ,,,, .,,   ,olnl ot commencement,
HARRIET FORD.
v iverab "i    ' ������ '"���
7     ta:...  NOTICE    that    Harrlel
Ford, ot Hammond, B, C, occupation
i ,.���,,.   intends  to apply  .for a special
tlmter ,lcenSe ove,- the following described bin.Is:
Commencing at apost planted about
io chains north of the south-east cor-
: ner of Section 6, aboul a halt mile
I north of (Iillis bay. thence 80 chains
I north thenee 80 chnlns west, thenoe
1 80 chnins south, thence 80 chains
'east to point ot commencement.
HARRIET FORD.
November   1.  1907.
;is aforesaid.
""'  ,Ul ,1liv    of    November,      SEALED TENDERS   nddnssed   !o
' the undersigned, and endorsed "Ten-
f;  fler   for   Public   Building,   Ladysnut.i.
.       ���-'* W THE DAILY NEWS   B   C " will  be  received  nt  this office
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capita!, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
et   E   WALKER,  President ALKX.   LAIRD,  Generj!   Managei
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
la med ai the following rates:
���}b and under  3 cenl -
(iver f. and n eedlng $10  6 i enl -
over $10 an I not exceeding $30 10 cents
Over $30 an I uot exceeding $50 16 cent3
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at an.v office In Canada of a
Chartered r.ank (Yukon excepted), and at the principal banking points In
the Unite l States.
Negotiable at a Axed rate at
THE  CANADIAN   HANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent method of remitting  small  sums of money with
safety and at small cost.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE       111,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in  London,   England,
Nbw York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letter* of Credit Issued, available with correspondents In all Darts of tbe
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Asset* over $168,000,000.00.
NSW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. Q. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
HOUSES
I will sell you home* on goo i   terms   as  follows:
2 five room cottages at $900 each
2, five room cottages, new, at $1250 eac'i
1 four room cottage .at     $1200
What do you thiuk ot a lot at $175; $2i> cash, balance $10 per month,
m ar the cur line?
P. PEEBLES g�� .
1
t 270 Columbia St.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
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LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Re !.<.:s l to 9 (inclusive) of .1 por-
II m of Lol in. Group I, Map 440, New
','.'..... minster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 16715a, issued
In the name of Peter Latham, has
been filed ln this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shab
at tbe expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of TitleS.
Land Registry Office. New Westminster, B. C Oct. .M. 1!*07.
th.. West bank of Twenty-five Mile
Creek, about two miles from the Lil-
looett Hi ver, theuce East forty chain3.
South, one hundred and sixty chains.
West, forty chains, North one hundred
and sixty chains to point of commencement.
JAMES SHARPE.
Hate, October 10, 1907.
LAND    ACT.
Form *f Notice.
New Westminster Land District, District of New Westminster, B. C.
Take notice that James Sharpe, of
New Westminster, B. C, occupation
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
Bpecial timber license over the following described lauds: ���
Commencing at a post  planted ou
LAND    ACT.
Form   of   Notice.
New Westminster, Land District, District ot New Westminster, B. C.
Take notice that James Sharpe, of
New Westminster, B. C-, occupation,
Lumberman, intends to apply for a
special timber license over the following described lands: ���
Commencing at a post planted oa
the  West  bank ot Twenty-five  Mile
Creek, about two miles from the Lillooet 1 River, thence West forty chains,
! South, one hundreesd and sixty chains,
i East forty chains, North one hundred
! and sixty    chains    to point    of com-
, mencement.
JAMES SHARPE.
Date, October 10, 1907.
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1 1-AGE' EIGHT   j?
THE   DAILY  NEWS..
THURSDAY
./
CALENDARS,
Christmas Cards
Christmas Postal
Novelties
BIG   LOT AT
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See our stock of above before pur-,
chasing.
eSolid Gold NECKLETS from $2.75
to $77.00 each.
Solid Gold LOCKETS from $2.50 to
$55.00 each.
"We also have Gold BRACELETS;
prices $6 50 to $75.00 each.
and Gold BROOCHES, $1.50 to
$110.00 each.
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save  you   50   per  cent
on a  SAFE or CASH   REGISTER
STEIJJ IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B- C-
510 Richaids St.. Phone 21115
Of INTERESI
10 VOU!
It will be to your interest io
watch our adds carefully for
the next lew months, as we
are going to k< ��� | you poste 1
on the very lest prices fur
the very best f-oods.
Our New 'Xmas Fruits
are all in. nice and fresh.
We have bought the best,
and are going to sell ihem
at the very
Lowest Possible
Prices
We have bought them right
and are going to give you
the benefit of our buy. We
want your business and it
will be to your interest to
give it to us.
Call and Reeeour goods anl
get prices before placing
your order for Christmas
cooking.
CAWftSH
The People's Grocer
Nothing but Salt ��� and such
Salt! You will find no other to
delicate   in   flavour,  so  pure   aii
WINDSOR TABLE  SALT.
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CORRESPONDENCE
:���>
A New Subdivision
.hist what a good many people n:ive been waiting for���
Mr. D. D. Bourke has just autho"ize<l us to sell In lots a portion of his
Twelfth street property, bordering un Twelfth street. Fifth avenue, Tlii''-
teenth street, and a lane.
The property is all cleared, fenced, graded ami in grass, and commando
a . I irmlng view of the Delta and X irth Arm.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased as a whole, but now
separate Jots can be had at prices ;'istifled b.v local conditions, and upon
���   sy terms.
Plan of subdivision at our office.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
COAL! COAL!
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
OFFICE. FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, -  - NEW WESTMINSTER
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BARGAINS!    BARGAINS!
Cottage, 5 grooms,  new, lot  cleared   one-half
block from car, $1,250, one-third cash.
Cottage, 4 rooms, new, lot cleared, two blocks
from car, $1,000, mostly cash.
Cottage, 5 rooms, well finished, fenced in front
with wire fencing, $1,700, good terms.
5 roomed cottage, lot 132x140, cleared, $1,200,
$250 cash, balance $12 per month.
Enquire at once
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Specialists,    -     New Westminster
Chinese Students  in  Schools.
To the Editor of thc Daily N< ws:
Sir���Kindly allow me some space
in your'widely circulated paper to express my views on Air. Peebles' statement iu regard to excluding our Chi
nese from the public schools.
Mr. Peebles said that he did not
consider it right or proper that the
Cblneie should be allowed to come into contact with the white pupils be-
cause the former are unsanitary. The
Chinese scholars are clean, well dressed and look healthy. 1 have been go
ing to school iu this town over a decade, and have never heard a single
ease of a teacher complaining that
we were untidy or tbat we had any .
hind of disease, ls it then beeaua-'
we are unclean? Of course not. What
othtr objections has Mr. Peebles? He
said that it was a serious question
from many points of view to allow us
to study with the white children.
What are the points? We obey the
rules of the school, respect our teachers, and are anxious to learn. Tne
only complaints about us are, I think,
the same old stories, invented by the
anti-Asiatic league, saying that thc
Chinese pupils hinder the progress of
the white, that some Chinese are too
old.
1 remember that when I was in the
first primer and in s< cond primer,
there were three Chinese in the room
and they led the class almost everj
nouth. Several Chinese pupils have
won rolls of honor.
These are about seven hundred Chinese in Xew Westminster, including
Sapperton, and we have somewhere
about twenty pupils in the school. .
Even ahould the number of our students Le twice as great, would it be
fair lo bar us tram school while six
or seven hundred of our countrymen
are paying taxes every year? Mos:
of the Chinese pupil.-; are children o;
the local Chinese merchants.
Mr. Peei,les also wants to exclude
the adults. Though the school is not
compelled to take in the students over sixteen years of age, at tl* same
time there is no law saying they
should be barred. 1 think, iu case a
few   Chinese students  who  are  over
1 sixteen should come asking for edu-
cation, they should be admitted into
senior grades if they can do the work.
Just  take  them  in,    as your schools
: have done, for the sake of the love of
mankind. These young men. though
a little too old, are, nevertheless, ear-
I nest students.
Why do Europe and America send
missionaries to China. You claim
that this is a Christian nation; remember, then, that Christ preached to
the old aa well as to the youn?, to!
foreigners as well as to the Jews.
There is no benefit to this province
in excluding us from your classes.
The Bchools of Xew Westminst r
should bear great men not only for
British Columbia and for Canada, but.
for the whole world. In spite of such
a statement made by so prominent a j
citizen ns Mr. Peebles, I am still confident tbat nearly all the people of
New Westminster, all the teachers
and  trustees,  an.l  even    Mr.  Peebles
himself, if he would not allow his
mind to be inflamed by th.- fiery and
.-elfish agitators of the anti-Asiatic
league, welcome our Chine.se to their
schools.
In conclusion, let me remind a few
of those who are against our Chines",
if you did any wrong to Chinamen of
yesterday tbey endured it without
murmur, if you do any wrong to Chinamen of today they will ask why, an 1
If you do any wrong to Chinamen of
tomorrow tbey will demand justice.
J. lamtiwt;.
Secretary of Chinese Stud* nts'
Alliance of  Canada.
New Westminster, Dec. 4, 11*07.
RCrfc
UMBRELLA
Kor cut flowers, Donqueu or funeral designs telephone T. Davies &
Son, B- 20S- '"
Ai^Ticht
KEEP
the dampness out of
the house. The
weather may not be
actually cold, but the
moisture will work in.
A small tire in an
AIR TIGHT STOVE
will remedy it.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia    St.,      New   Westm.n-
ster,   B.   C.       /
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Men's \fromen's &
Childi
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
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Fire, Life
and
Accident
Insurance
ren s
Your Cmbrella want may come any
day. You may lose your present umbrella; you may be in search of a
suitable Xmas gift, and in our showing of new styles you will find the
nicest choice we    have   ever shown.
We have made purchases of a large
number of Fancy Gold and Silver handles, with space for engraving name
or initials.
WOMEN'S   I'MBRELLAS, with Sterling Silver or Gold bandies *
space for engraving, pure   -ilk or gloria covers; each^tolffl
WOMEN'S   UMBRELLAS,  with handles of horn, nal ..-.. ..ood,#
and novel shapes of vark.ua materials.glorLa cove:--, . nch $2to
MEN'S UMBRELLAS, with decided novelties  in  horn handles,
gold and silv r trimmings, fine silk or gloria covers, ea.$3foltj
MEN'S SELF-OPENING  UMBRELLAS, made with ex ra strong j
quick action spring and with  storm proof cove- .  ..
handles;   each $1.25 to    jjj
CHILDREN'S   SCHOOL UMBKiELLAS.    What   is tie.      ,- of fflf
the children that !<st umbrella around  'he house wh-n yc
buy a short handled, special   --./.��� foi school use     \ I fo see
Kach  	
SPECIAL VALUES IN WOMEN'S UMBRELLAS In fast. _:
'���(.vers on ribs j'istas good as the expensive kin Is '������. ���'.J
$1.25 and   ��� m
Remember the   Corset
Demonstration
To-day
Miss Winfieid will be h. re today, ready to suit you with proper Sit
Corsets.    IN  THE  READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT.    .
W.S. COLLISTER &C
ii.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminitol
no��� ; TURNBULL!
Uttawa or Japan p.    .   .^ppj
Can you   hope to settle ��} /\ K   J""* j^
4th and Columbia Sill
this cheap labor question
Just have your garments, A111. , , , ,.
with the Union Label' All kinds ol fancj
attached,  made by    :    ���     First class can.lies. ^
i   *r     i .rr,ow..rt��.   taffy. G. B. chocolates.
J.   N.    AITCHISON Bread 5c per loaf
Columbia St.
New Westminster
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We do an extensive business in the three principal
'lines of insurance.     Our insurance clients are numbered
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You are assured of
Ample Protection
and prompt settlement of claims when you deal with
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Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and    wav
stations will  run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
r. ni.
('ars leave tne depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and ri ty limits over the
t:ity line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
British Columbia
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, conimencing at 6:20 a.  m.
Sapperton Line: Curs leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:;i0
a. ni.
Sunday Service naif hourly between <S.,10 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Head
INSURANCE
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Branch
Offices:
Chiiliwack,
Vancouver
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
T��l. 113. office   Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMIN8TER.   B.   C.
Signs Paintef
Anywhere
NOTICE.���Royal  Cltj  Sign
, have removed to Fourth S!r��et-'
back of Guichon  Hotel. .
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ROBT.   RICHARDSON
Westminster
Transfer Co
���Wee 'Phone 18S.      Bam 'ftxont 1S7
Columbia et
BuKgage delivered    promptly  to %aj
part of (he city.
WEST END RE
Columbia Street, near McNe*
GEO. NKSlll. Propria
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Meals .at  all boura,
Private rooms (or l:",:,"r
Best 25 cent
Meal in T"
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Light and Heavy Haulm*   TH1   DAlL,
J Offico���Tram Depot If You've IfOUNfl A(|J'
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