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 iNSlKANlt
WHITE- SHILES & CO.
C*_bi.J��- nm" *
mt
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
iaimm
WAIT ON EXECUTIVE
Provincial Government Ex-
gcutive to Be Acquainted
with Coquitlam Project.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.  C.   WfcDNESDAY"MORNINQ, DECEMBER 2, 1908.
J   I... 'isMlMe  Library        3-Ot..
I.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY
HAVE CHOSEN
fllR LOCAL CAMP
CONTEST FOR OFFICERS       UMU.SA KETURNSUNOER     COOPERATIVE SOCIETY      ICOAL MINERS WILL
IN EAGLES' AERIE KEEN       OWN STEAM TO PORT       SELECTS ITS LOCATION
Son
E  ��f  Scotland    Mark   Ann.
Of   Patron   Saint
CLASH WITH OWNERS
in inaglng director,
it ii. S'"'>Mii_;   ^^^^^^^^^^
j D s. . ;_ ier,   consulting   en-
.  i;  c  E, R, company, left
versar.
Day   by   Ap
pointing Officers.
Succe
Pi
of  Tit's ,n Choosing   Vice-
Osident���Full  Complement   of
Officers Selected.
After   Three   Weeks   in    Rive--   Vcssf     Ci_ urungharn   Block.  Sixth  Street.  Will
Wa? R-i'sed Yesterday���W l| Be B*   Headquarters of   New  Busi-
n  Commission   Shortly. ness  Enterprise.
I
,
Lord  of  M
Scotland,  held    s ..-lection
lai t evening i ,
Aid.
"' ' ''"'        e:    Chief
A'   W' Gr&y'  chiei aln,  Andrew  Ha
��� ,  i a     for    Victoria, |crow ; ;,, . ,.,,;.���:, \\
Son,     of      Tl
il  office;
hull. The-  tlon of'
I n*h.
���" re   som,    Bixt.    members'     ' ���"
night ai the annual elec- j ���--���' ,;i
on i.  which weir,
n Valley wharf on Nov. 11. .
,fl
nd
i
'ff'ce.s oi' Aerie No. 20, of "he i has ���><"" lying with pan, of her hull in
special general meeting oi Mi,
shareholders of the Westminst a  Co-
Agreement Which Expires in
April Nexl Will Not Likely Be Renewed.
lain,
v    A,   |,    .
������.and; chap-
^^^ recording sec-1 ired round  tht* election of vlce-presj-.| the  hull  Is  not apparently  damaged |sultable   a10***-   -n   the   Cunningham
fetary,J.Porn   ... linancial secretary, j dent, then  being ali h.
W, Muirhead;       ea urer, ,1.  u.   K;_. .-   decision ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,,,;|   : ';- ���'���  Ro        standard    bearer, d-dates vine c. Robb, retiring chap-'I    Statements   have   been  made    that|new year.    The sit,* was picked out
Donald  McClure,   stnlor <_-_,��_���__   ��   n I lain
an.l
gineer
��� '���J
.:._v  will  interview   the execu-
0I tjje provincial government to*
e    to  Mie  proposed
.. at Lake Coquitlam, it being
���:  to place    the    matter
e  ' xecutive   and   the
lovernmei *' M going over prao
, ..   mound as was oover-
In    tn ill in the board
., .   m Saturday al er-
> rling ami Schu .
ma n  in   Vii
.
Inten
��� i",i.-1 ruction of    a 75
am lake, somi   of      ''"':'  *"' ���������
icceSBfull)   carried | character for memb.-rs and friends oui
ma;  ()iii,r 0( Hagirs.    The pro- j dp<?lJ water since ihat time, was taken).
!F.-ale
oeedings did not terminate till    after1 off yesti
mldnlgh     j. \
JOperativi   socletj held yesterdaj even-
���daj
S"..
ing In the hoard of trade room, M was
lecidi I that arrangements would    be
^^^^^^^  Aitchison was elected ] city under her own    steam!^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
president,     u rh,. chlef intere8t cen-1 moored off  the Rrackman-Ker wharf, | completed  for ihe  laking over of    a
the endihlock, Sixth street, where a co-opera-
store will be opened early in  .he
an,]  .1
i-'ir.i,   Alexander Ivotea. and a   length the president was J commissi!
���      Hall,   Roth- called   upon  to cast hi.-    final    vote, | Western I
Schuyler, who  ���"��� 11 !
he building ���
will prove- in ���
. :     ,in,l    Coquitlam
jsj.jent: Sc tuj !��� r, a    ��ill
ll |, ,1   lisl    of
. en ,-���' ti. has had a
���i  th 8  Iin ���.  and    is
��� stpress  an  <��� In ���
��� qui :ui4 pr '*���. m I
ai ���'. lng worki a I
i - one of the big .
n ,n his profession on
E     eei  Schuyler's  Record.
.  - has been engage I In
ii- profi s :,,n as civil
mon
tl
Dec. 15 at the ;         P \i*  i I u
.'..-     ���    cted,    ��� ��� ���     membi
���   ���,           ���   ��� ...   :
i lighl -Min,en's
M,    ad IHIon     o       ��� n  itive
elected fo             i ������     A. E
Ven.                           puty grand   chief
allots before a I ������'-1* wl" '"<* '** commission a
could  be reached,  the  can-|hf the week.
chap   ^^^^^^^_   ____._......h_________________b
Wood    Kach received 22 i &e' steamer would be withdrawn from  by a  selecMon  committee  wli.,1.     n-
.on on the    river,    but    'he ��� vestlgated  a  a��___i_)er oi desirabli    o*
cations,  and  dually  decided  thai    I i
Cunningham  block was tiie most
vantaf om  a    busim ss    * a
point.
\    urge ' '��� er of sharehold, rs at*
ended  th.   meeting, at which it wai
��� . nti.Miiii .        .:.,    over (il I
i. and that ll  wa- < \
ase    this    amount    to
befor, end   ot    th,
... ' nembera in    thi    i i
atlv,     .    .  '      a tiiai'.; Itj
ads o lies.   Tli.  otl ���   rs, M,
..sin connect l, n wii ;i
���   stai ting ol    he store will b,
consist of .1   Campbell, president:  T.
^^^^^^^^^^^���llor guard, G. D
Ml M iiphy;   junii
McKa, ;   physician . Drs.  Hall,   Roth-|cauea   upon  to cast his    final    vote, ] Western Steamboat companj absolute-
Qreen; .      i    i             Robb     i lng    declared    elected.    Thfc ly denies these rumors
John  >,i,,", and   I    . . abull;        ���    ,,'i ': chosen were: Treasurer,! 	
aenl "''������    " the camp ot    the ���-������   Falch;     secretary,    ll.    Schoflold,
11 : ,   \;.\  ''"''l1    unanimous;    prelate, J,  Wood;
ntal j in J   s. Barm s;    outside
Sutherli    I;    pip, ;,   ,<  ,. : th   guard,  ,T.   Lawrence;   trustees,  J,   M.
���;                      lui IcR ie.    '���      ���   u''*' ���  0*. Turnbull  and   F.
offici ���                 .' it th,   me, t-   pbvsician, D    .lones.
Ing in  I m On Tues lay n<-xt there will
Ther,  wil;    ���   ���,
J, Lynch;
CREAM SEPAKATOK SALT
ENDS IN LITIbATION
initiations, two having
1,    even
,,en  m-
Bi i".'
i lis
tile
i ion, r .; .i ig,  blowaj .��� ���
.,,-.- ol     the  De   ���
TEMPLEMAN'S RESIGNATION
EXPECTED AT OTTAWA
Sej.fliutor companj   ,-. ... R. Morrison
.'���.'- ... ard   ������ th,  i mntj  coin- .    i n
'1 tor the .    ���       - *   I
., separa tor  sold to di Cen lant, bu   I h
ft'.ii'n,.. ol which was denied by him !
New York. Dec. 1, Indications   an
that there will b�� a clash between
miners ani anthracite coal operators
when the present peace pact expires
on  April 1  nexi.
\ commltte, of th,' United Mine
Workei >i Ami lea bas drafted a
n, -v  -���: oi demands s'.ruilar to   thos,
. ������  hed during ihe strike of 1802 and
the negotiations of 1906.   While th,-.,
i, ii. nda have no;  tx i n  forma 1;
s, nt   l  io the operators, a statement
'.a*    een   issued   in  which   it is
that    . ..,   i no   , OSSll : ..ly     of     lhe
to     ...   . tinp.    Thi ir  stand  will
a renewal of three j ears , I
���  enl    working    agreement    Whal
to be the hardest  light will
centre   iboul   what  is  known as   the
"check-off"  plan,  where;.y  the opera-
toi - hold out a pari    of   their   employees' wages for union  dues.    TIMs
ihe operators maintain, is an impudent
request and II Is believed they will i
Ject it.
for   the     .'"Vine
I  < imp.
- nds
BRIDGES SWEPT AWAY
���*M    Ottawa, Dec. l.���AMliough the state- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Hon.  Wm. Templeman has made th,- machine was operated with
resigned  is premature, is is undoubt- the proper speed according to the In-
i lly the ea-.   that the min   ter oi in si actions laid down in tl impany's
, laud revenu,     has    bis    portfolio- In hook.    The  machine  was In
iii   DL'I I 1   I (lill i   If AI I L V   **,aurler'8    bands.    It   Is   well   under- mechanical running ���   dei   and  separ
Iii   1)1.1.1.A   ullULA   VALLtl   stood, of course, thai  he cannoi  hold ated thi   mill, absoluti .-   clean.    Mr.
|on  pending the outcome of the tiglii Raymond, ior the company,  In c
,vhich will be made in the courts to [examination admitted thai   the    I sts
Bella   ' oola,   Dec-   I.���Th     r, be unsea lng ol Mi   Barnard In Vic- madi no    i iched the 15 per cen
i,    nd Is, therefore,  .. , iilowed a tall ol    oi a       Something  must   b<   done   it ,   itiest, :  bj    defendant.    Defendan'
in* ol the profession . . ,j ,;,,. .;,!,,, ,,,.,. .      . ������   and the annoum   ne tr that   M- in  tb,     ox, i mti ided   that   the   mv*
���""������*" " " "-"�� " "���   : Turnbull,   vice-president;     W.   Brown, I
H. L. Edmonds appeared Ici tae plain- , .    ,,,,..,.,-   urinn    itinriirn
' "" - -�� -*   . ;j;.h,aaa ,:=��� ^Jmubk means another
SltPTU ISOLATE liERNAM
appeare 1 for d�� fendant. For th
iif e>.   I, nc,   w.,s  given tha:  a
:��� s
R.  Hampton  and  .lohn  Roscoe,
members of thi  executive board.
UNION EXltllTVE WAITS
ON ATrORNET-OENERAL
'cast.    Wn work.hauj0Xl,,
UK    engineering
was employed by    th.*;, _ .   |i5>1)00.
wa    swept aw -        ���-���        i
:.
:,
���     . \
., een as     -������
'     ���: . .    ..'
ACCIDE.WLY    KIl.lE.0
iN   THE GRANBY   MINES
a, i  for  Beveral   yea
gation iii - - -   .-   Hi i
;,: bii h      .11-
.   ne ut   ol   all     the
..-. d   foi   In .
.., ���
be  ������   -
li
rtlon
of his
tim,
��� .a ���
itructioi
ol
-   tl
le     lif   1
one
Sw,
. twa . ���.
.
ie   mosl
..
id Igovernment is expected to make n
few   days   is thai   Is    it     Ralp i
: li    ' ' - -n'll  for
g I K'lcifl    ��� ivince a    th    coun
Sticks to Resignation.
. , .e-    Temple*
lafoimi ; *_':
.1.      thai
��� ; esignai on. M
______________________________________ seat.
��� hine   ��,i-   not  i ���) ial    .. his d< man.is.
and ii,   would aoi    a ki   It ov, r   . liv '
,f i        . idem    in thi   ���   -���   wh ,'ti was
i on lh,    '   ilt ol  test    made
ira   ���     . . -  . rmflictii
ci -   idj mined  till    this
nig.
.-    iNESE   EDITOH
bTrfbs
C .   , PATRIOT
CLAY  COMPANY TO
USE  STRIKEBREAKERS
ted I Ue 11- un '   .
'  .i    foi mu.      .iMo       i
and   1 12    ��� 't   hi-
. ni     ,     dams    ul
.   citj   ui     Poi hoi i
leinM  .u    a    cosi
, uix, Dec.  I. John H. '���
i ,,   Lieu     i hospital
i of an accident in the G   u ..
. ..   ,1;., a laj evi ning  H��* wa**
ling  :.. ������
Fire
.-   :.     Fl ain . -. '���      11- , .     '.      Si
' ing a quarrel  iu, ���
���. ��� ii.,.!   ol   thi    lapan' .-���   i lailj
Sews    is   ai   the   ceni ral  i ,,r rgi ni j
al   todaj     ::     ,,i Hl'loils   I OU .1
;i m,
while bis ���-��� 'i; in . V Tak. u
of ih.   Fresno Lab ir, also
.,. ,,' Inj    :.. Id
.
distance ol '������'��� '������ ''��� "���-'
receiv*,
no ���
.,   In    h
  t^m
....     i oken, but    the
nol   consid, red   .-"lions
Sdper
.ni-1   his
.
Yestei -
the  probabl Itj
d  Many Structure,. �������>     "-    dlBCUSS.  I
has taken   being a  *   to no around  In   i     i
fitwo. but  at midnight  menlng   ,-
'.md he qulcklj  succombed.
^^���trs
the construction o
,i  dam*, and  as  COU-   '" i.���.��tin_r In
i.   has supervised the     Deceased had been operating in
y.'U-y    BtrUCtUn I.    "'"'   B   1"'  '
lam ui Vuba count)', we" known -       , .       .
,  member ol  the  Masonu
^^^^^^^ i he
for   h ��� ���   i ., .-     He wis
ind nighl.. i e epi cted an l
kydrau
l,.i.
This is 75  feet  high.  1 '.no ^^^^^^^^^^_       ,
���      huilt entirelj  rltn and   ol   Pha-nh       - ���      ������' ;  '
f.ai,l  (ed  bj   rtectrl.	
a total cosi oI about $30,000   cui
im   in ni    lloiioluni. I murrii
ting nearly $300,000.  was  2S
^^ ] wii    and two childien.
t.'U'll.-h^^B^^^^H^^^^B^^B
:    - . nal
had      ���  n
iroa ching    mportatioi _   ������'   utrike i
D    N--W     V.i.'.     o
places, _
' were      ��� .      Jtei da; the
where a force  M] dub appoInted t(1 (���,lft ��� i:illlsl,
'���    ,;:ty' .    *he cm:, ... . evening under
��� the n inshlp    ol   NV.   Anderson,
Eliizard in  Winnipeg.
MhoroughK discussed ihe matter, com
Victoria,   Dec.   L���The executlte ot
....   Union ol  British Columbia mum
��� . '  ties   odaj   met  Attornej General
Bowsei      and     discuss, d      pro] osed
���:,."ii'lnieui-  ','    be I
co ..il        s on,
I tie execu        la ie., li   up ol  Mayor
. . of  Nev.   w' s mtnstei.  who  ,s
nan ;   It,    ..    Boss, ol Sui fey, the
-���   ������'.: ,.     Mayo     K, alj,    ' i    Noi tb
'.iv, r;  It,. ������    Uj me. ol IHirnalij.
;���   vi   Evans, oi  *- ilmon Ai m. Mayo<
i;.|l.  ..l    l.ii.i   .    , .    Mn,, :    PI inia.      il
.'. an ' daj iir Hall, ���:: this citj
.��� ���I.,     h,    time   was  oc,
in   ' Ij   with      ' i     , iui-.il. mi ion    ol
ui, n da tion. made al i iie com - u
Mmi he'd iii Nanaimo.
London. Dec. 1.���The Pail .Mal I .
.' . annoum es a foi the. m ng i n ...
.,:i i  alii etween   Great     Britain
and   Hull,,ml, and pre   cts I  ither
'._��� ,,.nirem-  will soon Arrange treat-
protection ai the  Netherlands,
If lln- true, it is anoth, : sti p In
the diplomatic I olat on oi *:- many,
uul   th.    possibility      nat    Germany
,;���:!,,. Holland  has long i - < n
a menace In England.
STEAMERS REPORTED LOST
III l.lillI.SIUN Oil HOVER
, - ,        imers
Wi - en     thla
0    ,i   fl
Fcctball   Mettmg.
committee of tbi   Kov,'is
���
iot
RUDE   SU. FRAGETTES
IN   PRIVATE   HOUSI
Miner, Eng., Dec. 1.-
are rej        I to havi
in i i,   .;. n .. fog    at
ni,   iiitv.. and ;,' haVB
.   i    .1,1,1
Life    oal    " ���   _. ;, . *. .,-.    '.    scene,
..ii   .o fai   have been  unable to find
.���   -ij_ns of the  wrecks.
\.    i.i pi . . Dec. 1 - Mow  tempi ran ���
an I a forty-mlli  an hour gale u��here I
je-i rdaj   ��li h on,  ,,:
town ln tbi
Th.- exodus    *-���'
in  *> Inti
''VlliHill;.
I	
ii. **r^^^^^^_
long, constructed
nl government tor   ta^
,   from Nelson, whi
years   ��� - ���
. ar   "i  age,   in I
and
.  bi  was
: -  i
rdei      '
He  "' w   "  "  ''::'
ii
ri
_n-     ni  earn
.      .,; Which the>  propose to
club  mi  F Idaj   nlgni
.,1     An    announcemeni     ''
ng  will l-e    i
in irrol
London, D,,:. 1, Two nuffragi ties
��� nii ii'i'd theii i.i,'. ��� ne... ai in evening
givi ii . \i, - i lod fn > Bi n ion .
In honor of M \squlth, Once among
;h,. guesi .. the fi mal, row dies nought
oui the in "ini. i .md made a seen,.
_ nil h . nded In thi Ir being politely
bul Brm)} >hown to th, door. The
Incident hus nrouaed much IndlgnB*
i lon,
MAGISTRATE   IS  DESERVING
OF   CANADA'S  THANKS
Honolulu, Mi
:   M.iiiolulu.
��� im in Mexico, Tu feet
long, built b) the In-
iii,.  I niied  Btati t  foi
���    foi ihe Irrigation of
& Imii.
min.
GANG  OF   VOUNG  GIRLS
THIEVE    IN
. ,.���.   |,,        I.     ,.   nn
Armstrong hy
la   I'lai"
Hush   Vrn      i :
.    Prairie,   i    i
Hon   i   ll
Acclamation.
\|..ii..   Dec.   1  -
���    ',,r Portage
*    !-   I      I ���
Dorando and  Longboat Matched.
\- a   fork,  Dei.   i     Tom   Long	
.���-!,.    an ' i"" mil i P
-,:        ,' an   ninn. r,   wen     irai llciillj
late, nrmi bed foi a -���"��� mlh   race to laj   The
TORON . O
i '
in   th
ll '���'..   !���
Agnew a- p o. n, Ial tr a*   .,. will take plaoi
Roblin  government,  was Garden some time
mrn, d b> acclam itkm - weak.
,,   \| idlson Bqus .
during Mi,- Ch I
'ui lands .it the coat ot $160.'
vil(1,,(1 ,ha.t tue two ii..... Opportunity to Advertise
Symington avenue, who were arrested | y^f + L'L'm'    ���
Province at Boston txhtbition
Dam 225 Feet  High.
'' lam 'ii Colprado, which
v!"  ' --   feel hifcu whin finished,
���     IgbeKt hydraulic Oil    "truc-
"r|   ,;  mdi i consideration.
' s 'Vi ".un near Mexico ��'u>'.
*J'i,h ������III be about 190 feet high
JJ ;' ���' bed, containing over 8,000,-
"" ',,|!,i'' yards, all sluiced in pUwe
*IUl **��er. This work is still under
^���"tructlon, hm   approaching    ,',"n-
,loni ""i will probably cost $1,000,-
!n Wesi   i' '���" 101  ��hop-llftlng, an
,...,.������,., 0| a hand of juvenll. .'���'
,���,,,!���;.. who have been developing
[U.u thieving propensities in n verj
jyatematlc manner. Both thi local
,LD(1 Toronto police have gol the names
and oddresaes of several other Blrls
'.,,, ,,,,,1,.,' j i years of age, who have
I'M
inr,
���900,
Tho
;
I
,, dam, a smaller struc-
,���',��� workini hand in hand collecUng^
articles from storea.   Tbe value of ��h��
goods stolen now aggregates $.>0-
Besidei having become proflclent at
|lBht-flngerlng. the girls had developed
ln crlme so far as bo have fictitious
names prepared for the police in cose
tbey should be detected.
\ citlMB Interested in the Riving of larg.   .-urns to enjoy  lha hunting and|
'bllclts   to   .he   attraction,  of    this  flslwug her.,
pUbllCUJ    '*>   '"*-   *>��� The    BOMOn    .Milblllnn      iin.nils      *>
province trom a game standpoint haa lp,endld ,.llllI1(.t, ,��� M,h,MU), ,,,.  ���,���
ed aitenUon to the fact that t'romA'ine- well In thl* respect,    It Is being
advertise) sXtenalvtlj   'ti ilie Nalloii,'��l
e '"' Hi'    am,,    type,    linished    In ���    _
5 feet high, coating $100,000.
' Roye, dam, ahtO built bj Succeed.   **����
i.Mb- & Power company,     vvaJhington, Dec.   i.
hydraulic sluicing, al  i N'ewberry, ol Detroit
 i. ia'v of the navy   toaaj
sanie Vii toi  H, Metcalf
���1 HI,   bulli
th
II.
became necre-
���,,,,.,. ding
.sl-rn'il   N'
promoted from the h"1""'
���   ���'   try.
4,  1008,  to  Jan. .',,   1909.  there
will  he a great game exhibition held
ln nosum.   This will be the third on-.
held there under the auspices of   the
.\,w   Kngland Forest,  Fish and Gams
association.     Among   the   exhibits    *
place la assigned for loaued onei from
thi    I lilted   States    government    and
irom     ths     provincial     government-.,
i iiii.-. etc.    In the past British
Columbia ha* not  l,��ren represented al
:til,  , -MuhiMon. and   it Is  pointed,out
, food opportunity exhti to at
. i  i   spo-t imen   to  the  provinci'.    At
������ -err Um* many |portftnen oiit-
,ii,'  ������'.    Mom the en-it, spendin.s
Sportsman, the general manager, Richard K- Follell, being prepared to _.rlVt'
all parileulatH. The exhibition Is ad-
vertlsed to include an Indoor rifle
shooting tournament, under the auspices of the N.ailonal Hitie association
of America, nn athletic carnival aud
fly and bull CBStlfag Kiniiiain.nl.
E_*verj afternoon and evening an entire!) new series Of moving pictures
of fishing, hunting and other outdoor
-(���������lies win he ,.,���, - nted, These !iic-
Mires are the sole projjerty of >
ontalion ��� i ���     v ������'
other ii i.He ��� shlbjtlon,
i.nii lon,    Dec     I,    Vi    Mai j I bone
.,: ,,��� ,". .    .i  wns   state I
ihui   hi ni ��� man cl irged with
��� ii ion; '���< i ��� "tn' t '������.. Can ula to
taki   him    ack.   Thi ���   said
���'   would no    ���   i ;., i '��� to ���" nding p i
llll-i   1,1    if. mi      to
���' in,i ia. '!��� i i lng . did nf|t wondi i
lhal  ' ie   I i"H' i. on   ��� -,-1- "d to feceiv-
ii'   Km .,.ii     ��� fuse.
fiTH.L   BRING  OUT
BODIE?.   FROM   MINE
Mm iiuinii,    I'll..   Dec.   1        The     death
ii-o ni tbe wrecked mln, of ihe Pittsburg Buffalo (>>al i ompany ioday
imml.,. Iflfc, Tli*; work of the re.-
OUers Is becoming more liffleulr Sfl
lh, Innermost chambers are reached.
Klev-n bodies have been brought out
lodny. Identification is almost Initios-11,1.   in most eases..
SAYS   SMART   SET   IS
LIKE   THE TRAMP   bt I
��� lab i,-ii, ',1.1.  l     Piofi saoi   V\ '      I
il   Vlc.Ni II, .e     ..   i nl\   i-i, ol  Mi  n
.-"���   .   ' ���  i ll li li       -in.iri     �� ;     and
locletj  and  i be ��mai     loboes i i  the
ami   social das    so* la   as usefulm - -
goi *    n,  ��� xpr, s.. i iitg ideas to mem
bi' * ol  iiie Lltei ���)     i lub "\ th,   l n ���
oi Chicago.      fhe i- im   -man
bas a  vet}   n |i ign tni  -miiu    *n
tn> ears," he Buhl.     Pray tell m.  what
I io i  Mil., up i i - ul  humankind is to
the  woi id     Th        . ��� tnd    'h'*
tramp  sei    ih<   la   ei     i*ou    find    lh
sinptj  frelgbl   i in s ���"    n  allej a   :n*e
!���,i,i   a,, ial    |i.,.ii" -      rhe    ir mp,
s ii! ved and l.n��" ked   ibout, does m I I
human progi ��� is and
i.e      i bi  doll in a !��� ���!   smart'
woman i* us useless
, ili.lea
WHITE   DEER   SHOT
ON   SUMAS   MOUNTAIN
F5d. Falch, of ihe ltoyal City hotel,
ind n party of friends who had been
ipi tiding -ome weeks on a hunting ex-
 !iM,,n at    Siniia*-.   returned    home
.!'"   i vnltif.   bringing   .imon'**
,,,,,ir  ��� .'   white ^eer. shot    on
���    iiioiiii'.-iln.
Aldeiman,c   Candidates
ne D     Hiaj,     JardiUe,     Fader,
.lohnston.   Henley   ami     (Jarretl     have
definitely announced their intention of
again standing tor n -eieotian to the
city council l>. D. Bourke, Percy
v Hides, t. n Bmltb, F. J, Lyncn
and Marshall (Hflclair have also decided to enter the lists, a. Hardman
tm i A    P.  Halllday  wil) mosl  likely be
in Mie running, though nelthi r ha* yet
given a definite answer to his supporters. George Adams h'-is practically decided not to allow his name to
go before the voters thl* year, as ho
w'oubl find li almost impossible to attend the regular meetings of the
council on Monday evenings during
the ensiilnn* twelve months. There are
-till quite n nutober of probable candidates who have deferred making an
announcement of their Intentions, hut
the number of aspirants haa greatly
Myinrtl'i;. Mi Iho past f"W days, ' < |
then twenty ".en now being sfrionSSj.
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C. P. R. Will ATTEMPT  CnnlirfUf
TO CAPTURE All TRADE OUIlllJJIU
Canadian Road Keen to
Handle All Exports to Orient���Maintains OldRates.
1 Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that   will  harm .the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at 3
Chicago,     Dec Flu      ' in idian
Pacific rallwaj is making strenuous
efforts to captur, a lion's share ofthe
export traffic from the ITnited States
to the Orient, with everj prospect of
success. This road has filed a net'
export and import tariff with the In- ]
terstate commerce commission, which
will become effective on Dec. I. and
which practically maintains thi old
schedule of rates.
All other transcontinental lines recently filed tariffs which principally
were made up of domestic rates to thg
Pacific coast plus ocean rates from
there bo .lapan. China and the Philippines.
This action was taken by a majority
of the transcontinental roads because
of the decision by the commission that
Mie inland proportions of oriental
freight rates must be shown in tariffs. The railroads objected to this,
because they feared tlie effeel upon
iheir domestic business if ship] ra
generally knew what low Inland proportional rat".- were being applied to
oriental export and Imiwr; traffic.
Five Cents a Bar
Perhaps the Most
Important Item
lirst   meal  of  the  day  i -
Are you    getting    the
If you  are    not,    get    a
pound
of thi
Coffee
bi s:"
sample pound or a half
, fresh ground) here.
Our Coffee at 10c per pound
is a great favorite with our
patrons,
P. O. Box  474.
Tel' 58-      Res'
Estimates  Submitted
.W,
42j
Northern Crown Bank
TRYING TO MAKE NEW
WHEAT-iHIPfJING  RECORD
Winnipeg, Dec. M���lu an Eton to
meet the demands of the grain dealers of the west, the G. I'. Ft. is enti tvoring to make ., record shlpmenl
of wheat from Winnipeg during the
ji,..eiii wok. During November Mie
daily shipments from Winnipeg to
iMin William averaged 541 cars or
over half a million bushels per day.
ihe total shipments during the month
were thus approximately 15,000,000
bushels. Thi.- ranks as a record for
wheat shipments In a single month of
anj   year.
For the present week, the ���end
will most probably be exceeded, as
everj  effort    is being   made gel
every bii-hel possible to the lak,   | n
before navigation closes.   Yesterday's
pments   were even    greater    than
tl ,ii.  average dm Ing Novi m
I
HEAD OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital   $6,000,000
Paid-Up Capital    $2,200,000
The methods pursued by this bank are not matters of experiment. Every feature of modern banking has been adopted which
is conducive to efficiency aid service to the public.
J. E. ALLEN, Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97 GROCERS Columbia St.
estminster.,
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Propristor.
Miiniif.ii ture
1 Wrought   iron   Gates,  t-ences,   C
Ings, Balcony Radinqr., .ir I
Fire   Escapes.
j General Machine Woi!. and
BLACKSMiTHING
Offi
ce and Work*:
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Fraternal Accounts
Treasurers of fraternal ,,r religious societies are invited to consult
with iis regarding th, safe and profitable disposition ,,f fund.- in their
custody. We will be pleased to explain the advantages of Savings
Accounts for funds of this character, and the manner 'Ho same maj
be conducted apart from the checking a,'count--. Intereai allowed and
subject to withdrawal on demand.
Do  It  Today���Tomorrow May   Be   Too   Late.
Tenth Street,  -   New Westminster
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Gea.  Allan
a-rn,   Grocer
- Tu
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F.   B.    LYLE,   Manager
'i
Ladles' Mold Watcae
Gentlemen's
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's silver Wai
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the cele irated mth Bend
Watrhes, supplied to the Welhnaa
Arctic Kxt,edition.    \ll warranted.
Chains. Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges
able.
s trom $12.75,1,,
Bilver   Watch*-***    .-,pea
dcul'.��
-
O+O+OiO+O+O+OD+O+O+O+O+O+O O*} j*0^G*>0*>O^OO^0*0*0*>Q^O^6
"PROFESSIONAL.
JUST what
you have
been looking
for:
Ladies' and .Men's 5 ii
and  trimmed to ordi
latesi   styles, cut    an
$12.00, $15.00, $1S.00 u
OK)��K>*O-K)��O*CC*K)����O*040��O-��O 0*O*��C*0��K)*tK?*CC<��C*C��K)*C4O*O
Chocolat
;W
es
F.   HAN SKO KM     Ba
Solicitor, etc., C
���'
B. ('
AT ALL PRICES
Q [ corner      Columbia     and
Oi streets, New Westmlnstei
s	
C     a    ,\ HEALLER,    BAR]
n! *t\*   iicitor, etc.,    r
X  opposite Court Hon.-,.'   :
Bter.   i-ho-u* 113
2&li No trouble to show Good,
DRUG
STORE
RYALL'S
a* fciW
See our $5.50 Trous rings.
GALVIN'S
Phone  B 350
32 Sixth Street    New Westminster
The Malleable
Sole Agents
IM
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HITESIDE   &   El
ters  and - ill
Col . nbla Btreet,   New
w. J, Whiteside, li. L,
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A  Hardman.    A.James.
STOVES.      TINWARE,
Ui
J. McClughan
PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
JAPAN   vVILL FIGHT
WHEN TAFT
L..D8 OFF CE
St.   Petersbu -.   .        I.���An a I
p . .. a- i tod ij ,:. the R iss, a
which  ha-  com i        war
���ti thi     nilL*d S ites an I ,
��� the only discordant note in the
i     ... ni ��� :.        reci nl
������    ..  . -.- v. ���   .  ;;'
i in,    which,    among    othe-
lnt< grity    of]
i . accordln    I 11
me;'      , ���--.-  the Inevi
The Edi:
ison Theatre
Corner Coljmbia and  Eighth,
High Cla      loving P
ated Son ���   _. tnl chanf e ��� Mos
1 ty, W' inesdaj and Fri I,.
Front Slreet    Trust Blocl.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
HEATING STOVES
h you wanl a heater for sofl oi hard coal oi   *oou' we have th(-'m*
Oxford Florance, Oxford Oal ndsome in appearance u��a_d a,! wltb
b   ivy nlckle trimmings,    \   .   . ;e range of all Ight heateri.   -
l>��   -���      I  ���-������     * ���   < ill   In ., i   Inspecl   o ir Oxford   an I   1.
RanS      '���- ��� rangi    tl al         r ��� , :    Batlafactlon.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
TIN <fc  McQUARHIE   B4KRIS
��� ���rs, solicitors, , I       ifl       ;;,>
Westminster,    Trapp    Bio
Clarkson and  I/irne
GEORQE E. MARTIN, i
Solicitor, Gnlch n blocl
Ha and McKenxli
minster, fl. C.
Btreets '��� i    ������
, W. MYERS GHAY. ;:
rtJtfffTl tlock, l". i...   a   tn
Box 169,    Telej I
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SOCIET.ES
���
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��affla_5iT3_BB!Hi_S_7
"HENRY'S
tr iggle until the end of W'll'am
H   T.tft's office,    'l i.    outcomi   ��� '    a
��� tween thi
:.���     s v uncertain, It      i
���    *       il        ���        .  ;   of   this i    ���
m, u1 ��� ,i' . w I] | ush It    ��� >���
���  r ions to comp'.etloi,
OPIUM  BARRE0 IN
U. S. PACIFIC PORTS
<.'.Tice
im i.- 13.11
>
I   tn
������     ���  ���������! State* Pa-
1    Hecto   of the Port
:- ���    ���' ibs,  in
tion of the
8aa .,., .,,
ng   this
. ������ ��� ���   ���  .    ftei   having
.....
. .   chief food
.   .   . lhe    Ul   ���
��� -i9
���
3USY   BURGLA*.  6AU6Ht
BY  WATCHING POLICEMAN
zed Test ��� |  .- ock
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
FOR THE FARM GARDEN,
LAWN OR CONSERVATORY,
Ri liable varieties; na- ,n Ible
pricCaS. No borers, scaie or
fumigation to damage stock. N 1
windy agents to annoy you.
Extra choice lot'of fruit treel
now ready for the   Jail    trad,.',
,000  Peach.  Pear,  fTum    and
IT) ; 7').000 Apple, in leading
varietieaj    100,000   BmalJ   fruit
��� : strictly hom ��� grown .��U'i
. a propagation I'r un If, .
ick;  50,000 Bulbs I
*>   ���.';:.      thole,.'   grass
.��� iys In    Mock     Buj    d   ���
aDd' get stook tt,*.i grows.
Fertilizers,      i;-*e     SuppH
Spraying Materl ite, Cui    F
er . or".
Catalogue Fr*f.
M. J. HENRY
Greenhouses and   Se*d!*ouses
3C10   Wc-,tnvnster   Road.
VANCOUVER
Brain h Nursi ry So r 1 Van*
Phone 18a.     Barn 'Phot
Columbia Street
Bnggagc   delivered   prom ���
any  part of Ifle city.
.3;
Easterbrook   Millino'  *uoTnp_iny,
Eburne.   1^. C.
���
O. O. F.���AJ,M'���
The refill 11
ire held In
bla  sti*,-,*.  ���
at 8 o'i   ick.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT.
FLOUR !
LANO   REGISTRY   Mtf,
R
part of the northwest portion ot
lot Jj. Buburban block 3, in the City
of  New Westminster, B,  C.
Whereas proof of tae loss o:' certificate of title number 8249 A, Issued
in tbe nnmce Of Sarah .lane Bingham.
.Mar;-* Montroee, Barah Tlerney, baa
be n died in ihte offli e.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
,* the expiration of one month irom
the 'I ���'��� of the Hr 1 publicatl m hereof,
In a 1 ��� iblli hed ii the
City of  m-     Westminste!.,   Issrae
duplii al un-
le      :, tho .��� eantl
ad    to     iin  a   ��� 1 ���
1.
rlcl Rcgi *
I Regtsl
er, B. <
��� FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel        $6.50    "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
McQuarrie & Co. |,;-f,lu AXD II:|-"MKi:ri:AXrs
FRONT  STREtT New  Westminster. Telephone 333
Dei 't   ���
ilng for .
or         ... 1
Inch com reti      1 til    th    *.a u
il the First N    lonal ba       il tills cl
��� Ice ,., ly I i ' Ised   ������
1 in    B ���'���',��� ��� . etor    of   .1
' 1 ei       11 c .1    tnid-i of    h
dr lllng     Br, I . Ier attorn; ted  t<
m   -       ci pi nre 1    aftei
ceiving      bullei In hh  tores
j Nurseries |
WHEN  tnOiNG EAST
��'K T'li    riCKIi
n 1    END  . iVEH
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
I
A. O.  U.  W��� FRASER  L        ���      ���    '
���Meetings thi B   1
day    in     eai h
brethren oordlalb 1:1 II
Lodge room, A. O. D. "���   ha
fellows'  block, Clarkson 9 *
9
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In th 1
ball, Oddfellows' block.
WILL BE HLRE IN
FOUR WEEKS
Kinht Trains IM- -
BETW
1 ��"**v :n Mir  Ye*
CRN
"The  Milwaukee";  Minneapolis. St. Paul
and Chicago
Deportin-j White Slnve:;.
' 'hli ,ii"i. Dec, 1 '1 h ��� h- 1 ''-
11< ;i of alien "white slat es" \ , -
.Mi of the ^o\ nn,,. nt s crusi
,.* m yesterday, when Daniel D. !
chief Immigration Ins] 101 1 Chicago, left the elt.'. for New i'ork with
tiv, French women. The women will
be sent back to France. The were
brought here by Alphonse and Bva
Dufour, who. following a raid, escaped
to Parie, forfeiting their bonds.
'The   Pioneer   Limited"   Sit.  Paul  to;     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to j THE TRAIN   OF      , m \;
Chicago,  "South    We-^t    Limited" | TM B     WORTH-WESTERN,    LTD. I
! Embodies the newest   nr.,! best id��s*��:
for   COMF1 )RT,   CONVl NIEMCI
_nd   LUXURY.     It  ls  lighted wfi
both   electricity   and   gas;   thr   mot\ \
brilliantly   illutn*.n,it,ii   rrain
Kansas City to Chicago
No
Advertise
YOUR   XMAS
FRATERNAL   ORUER   OF   EAGLES.
Aerie N'o. 20 ��� .Meets evei 1   1
evening at S  p. 111. In
hall,    Columbia   street.   A.   Clark,
W. Pres.;  H, Bchofleld, Secretary.
THE   ROYAL  TEMPLARS  0     'tN1
PERANCE nie-e-t   everj  We
at  8  o'clock   p.  m.,  li     M ll      ���'-
hail, Columbia Btree I
���ON3 OF SCOTLAND aENEFlT Ab
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Flrsl m
Third  Tuesday of eve
K. of P. hall.   Ch ef V
I.   O.   O.  F.���Royal   City   Loi
���Meets   in   Oddfellot. ' I
Umbla Street, every   I
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Hretl
be    mad,"    welcome    (I   K
N. (',.: C. E. Osborn
In ��� secretary.
_*OSt*   OF   COLUMBIA    I
lib,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND
Ited Rose De jrei  nn
Fourth Wednesday  ol
In K. of  P.  Hall, ''"
il p. 111., While Kose Decree,
Wednesda)    In
time aud pluee
"each nionth. --''"'���
SOCIETIES,
A.
trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railwav. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and Mini i" ":ts on alll their trains and
give    Ki    ^ trons   an   excellence   ol
��ervM.   1.   , btainablc elsewhere.
it. _-. ROWE, (Jeneral Agent.
i.M Third Su. cor AlrVr i>an\**\A. Or
vr      ADVX-KT.BV      �����!
��� IN ���
TH-t      DAILY       NEWS
GOODS  EARLY
IN	
OTHER     FRATEHiMAt
mi��� hide the Union Lo I" ��� ���N'('
F. and A, M.i  King >'���> h" ���"''
.No. 17, a. F. and a   Mm '���
No. 1150; 1*. O. I... No. i��'-':;^_
0 1..
1 ��� '
.t\j. __����_, **��� *-*��� �������� - ^aa^m f, 1)
.Sapperton, No. 4683, 1  "  ''
2H:
-   IB   the
world.      The   e%Utpi 1 , ,. .14t���   Q-
privat* compartment     r.   ,.i,n,jar(]
16 swrrion sleeper^, luxurious dining
car, rw.lin.ng chair can (>eati free),
modern day coachc ���: ,| i,���(fet jj.'
hrai�� and smoking t>ri
Fo** Time Tabk-.s, Foldera  or any
'.u.ha  informstw-n  call ������ or  writ(
F. W. PARKER.
7..0 Second Avenue Seattle, VVaih
^DAILY NEWS
and  you  will  have one  or tne
Biggest     Christmases     in    the
history of your business
l��*     Court Westminster,
Brotherhood of ow-s. Ke��t noj^
BOARD OF TRADE.-Nevv  W��*' '^
ster Hoard of Trade   meets in u
Hall, as to I"-*8'
each   month,
on   the   """-'
February,   May,
Board Room, City
Third    Thursday   of
Quarterly   meetings
Thursday    of
August and   November,  at  8
Annual    meeting.')    on    the
Thursday    of    February,
members   may   be   proji
,,,,,.,,.,1 Rl any raonthlj or ijiwrt*
meeting,    A. B. White, **.
p, ro.
third
New
:,osed    ���' ' Our Annual Fall
m i
"QUALITY"
1   it*
Is Now In Full Swin
Men'f ff SVits :   50 only> Men's Worsted and Tweed Suits;  regular $14, $15,
and $16 lines.   To clear while they last     -     -      -    -    $5.00 the suit
The pants of these suits are worth nearly the price of the suits.    You might say the coats and vests are thrown in.
Men's Pants:   100 pairs of Men's Tweed and Worsted Pants.   $2 and $2.50
MV____1L'       ���_*-/-_    r. \r\c\ it _r__-   -��       __TV rf-fc.      _���_��___ ���
lines, to clear
$3 and $3.50 lines, to clear      -
Men's Sweaters: 25 dozen Men's Navy Blue
All wool Sweaters, Roll Collar. Regular $1.50 lines;
while they last      -       -       -      SLOOEach
$1.00 the pair
$1.50 the pair
Boys9 Suits; Two Piece Goods, Norfolk style. $3
Suit for $2.35. $4.50 Suit for $3.50. $5 Suit
for      - $3.75
Boys' 50c. Caps for
25c
Tne      \Vardrobe     Clofliier
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HENLEY
ta -Hirer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wat?.1"?.
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��� Office   F"ji *
'V.   WESTMINSTER    **.    C.
Sent On Approval
ONSIBLB  PKol'I.K    4l
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
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MADE IN CANADA
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I Thursday, Dec. 3, 1908 ��
_..._,_. OFFICIALS
WAIT ON EXECUTIVE
S   _M. GAITES PRICSK.N'lrt
Geo. M. Cohan's
MUSICAL  WINNER
. ._.*#'
8
(.Con.in led   from   l'agu  Hue i
-i*e
TILE JOHNNY JONE!
r-W-SBr      �����**1G   SONG   HITS 20
70 PEOPLE 70
. _f
;���" THE  FAMOUS
(AMERICAN    BEAUTY ���COHAN'S DANCING)
CHORUS
IJ    i
, i ,ii,..in... ,: .I ui J100 ie. i long nn I 001
in-.i. a l ol earth.
The Santo .i;.. i o  I ...; ... D ��� - I.   A j
structure on,   mile In length, 65 feet
"iuh *11  :l1" deel,est   l)0lnl- acrosa    a!cana.liau Pacini   Rallwaj companj
river of verj  large flow, entlrelj built
.villi water pumped (ram the rlvur
-   Rec, in  i'i ai   c,
in  Hydraulic Kill D im Cons ���
1 ��� .   , ��� cted     .......
Ineera   In   Vm<
well as   ���    ...nl, and  h     given
"  ,. .1 ��� ���' i   : Ion .'f i he advanta       of
the in..Mm i- oi con n whi,
,v, i   nnd   ni ide  capable    i :
gen, .r .i iplii ailon
Nl        S( el-   L'I     '.-    II.i.    .1       '     in l<
British Columbia, as he  was    call* t
In      .. "���.;'  twelve years ago by    the
Reclaimed   a  Desert.
Three il.un- al Snake river In Idaho
E. VV. CiLLF.TT CC
Toronto, ')
f.  Music
3->   Weeks  in   New  York
Laughter
Girls
22 Weeks in Chicayo
J PRICES   $1.50, SI.OO, 75c & 50c. 2
Trains & Steamers t_*o-*k.>'*ik_*o'*ik_'-*kx^
an  ex* en   w   ni ������    In   ���  famous  land-
_llde ra- -  on the Thompson riv, r   at
Black Canyon near Ashcroft, In wh ���
th,  court acci pted hi* views   a*-   ,���'
Poil
pud
to ant
j.ldrt ���.���.
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HlmtfSUsBS ��r�� Eiscl Su*
Every pm Kuut.-intci-ii
lull It Kt   m lid CiolJ���ctu
pn right 1,��,.a may be hud
lo   ruber our   itsndsrd
liUiW np^mif pattern, or
Non-breakable Iranapai*
"it. �� . ilrsired, citlirr  in
plain or engraved  finish,
������" I'rfterreii.
Vi.ii r..y tr, Ihli pan . W..V.I
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nn tot nm imm nut iriti	
". ��� la  la; .ii., ii ��i- If * ��l
tOUttlf  ...   ,.,.;,  ii. p,.,y r.-l
tptct -"n ii aad ����� ni)i ���.  -1
l-M 11.10 for It.
. fv-T o�� tirr U our fiDionl ��r.d a
I ' , ..lar ti r,.a li _ i-i... .1
��� i ������'��� I*., proof, -int'ii, nay r
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ADVERTISE
���  IN ���
7HE      DAILY      NEWS
If  "OU   WANT  HEMP.
CP.R.   M.-UN   LINK.
Leave New Westminster S:20,
11 20, 15:20, 17:42 and 22.
Arrive al New Westmlnstei 1":17,
12:25,  16.27, 18:45 und 23.
..KIM.T  .NUKT11KK.N   RAILWAY.
u��. .s. Vi��� H.J-O .t.ui., ar, Seattle \ _..___.
Lv! N. W. 4J16 P.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
l.v." N. W   12:10 a.m.; ur. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
i.v. Seattlfl >:lo a.m. , ar. N. nv. :: p.m.
I.v. Seattle 4:26 p.m.. ar, N. W. 9:6*5
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. V7, -M20
a. tu
G. N. R.���PORT (J1JICHON.
No. 397 leaves New Westmlnstei
;:..,0 |,m., arrive Oulchon 0 P-m. M"-
day-;; also connections by io:*1- auL
fexcepl New Westminster Tuesddiy and
4;35 Thursday.
Leave tluichon OtHO a.m.. arrive N"*'
Westminster S:4i Fridays; al*so connee. ions by 2 p.m. except Oulchon
Tm sday and 0 a.m. Thursday.
Lv. N. W. C:20 a.m., B p.m., ami 'M55
p.m. for Vancouver.
���Lv. Vancouver 8:H_ a.m.. �� l"�� aDd
11:30 p.m. for Westminster.
B. C. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER.     I
Leave New Westminster 5:60, 6:20,
6:60, 7:20 and 8 a.m., ami every half
hour thereafter till n i��m
Lv.   Vancouver  for  Westmlnstrr  at |
-::,o. iM-o, 7:20 and ImH ^'"''v "|1 |
11 : :�� p.m.
oec*D*3eo*Deoo*oeceo*��o*o*c �����o^a^oe-oeooe-Creoeo^oeoeOc
I Eastern Prices in a
Western Store
���ni
. reasonable prices of tbe BIRKS* stores <>t the Kaxt are a feature
of the Vancouver establishment.   That's th,- secret <>f our popularity.
Oui  shelves are laden with ;_n abundanl  assortment of Chrismi-n
novelties and nlcknacks at all prices���a tit tor everj  purse.
Rome nice sets, or individual articles for the man who ��mokes.
such as ash trays, tobacco jars, cigar cutters and smokers' louvemr
novelties.     Good   value,   alt  of them.
HENRY BIRKS & SONS, Ltd
Gold and Silversmiths.
GEO. E. TROREY,
Managing Director,
Cor. Hastings and Granville Sts.    Vancouver.
ALL CARS STOP AT BIRKS'. ��
iu*'O*-J��o*-J*>0*>0O*>C*0*>0*0*>'~ 0<K>O4*O#0*��O*tKX>��O#0*C^O*0��'0 j
lor th, diversion of Miat Btream to the
well known Twin Falls territory, ,i region ni 240,  acres successfully    re
claimed from the desert by thesi great
works, which cosi two and a half million  ilollars.
These dams pr, sented Bpe< Ial dlffi
cultles, a.s thej were constructed In a
stream carrying at low water over
i ,i cub fei : pi i ��� cond, the maximum Height uei:i_: about 85 feet. These
Mine dams, which really form one
structure, .,.��� un*- of the notable works
oi the wesl and are entlrelj safe and
watertight.
Consulted  In Japan.
Mr. SehuyWr ha-, been  called    in
.,,n- iltlng   capacity   .,-   far  awa)   as
Japan.    He    prepared   plan     foi    ->
hydraulic till -lain to be 326 ti ���    hi  n
Tie s-   ;��� .ui     .i ere    _ubsequeni ..    r,
..i, wed '"   two ,,:   h    mosi   eminent
engineers In England, Si;   v H. Blnnle
nnd Qeorge    K.  Deacon,   i_.t_._i>.   who
pronounced them feasible,
Mi. Schuyler Is consulting engineer
[or the Denver Reservoir ft Irrigation,mal
company, nea,  Denver, Colorado, who
re.     and he was given the nomewbi
unusual distinction of a personal co
pllmi nt  [rom the judge In his chai -
in the jury rt viewing the case,
PRELATE'S  ADVICE
TO  GIRL   GRADLATEb
i ur,,mo,   Dec.   L��� Ai   the in    ������
lion of diplomas ai D�� la Salle insl
iut,   j, -lent :>   , [teinoon,  Archbtsho >
McEvuj   delivered    some    wholesom
ii,l vice to ih   j oung Mi Is v\ h,, had i'1
_.' .i in ited,    i li  said m pari:
"You ai    uot all called upon ���"
11 i.i i; la is, in,i  . nn i-i, 11 nil make  i  - i<
i, 8d ,u  life,    li  is nol  ii. cessai j    f
make   fools  >,f   yourselves  on   l( c! ui ���
,,.,,,.,,,    ,,,   ai   i onventlon*.    Don i
���,.,; .      i ii.   counti ���  �� ill    tUl bi   SI  '
,i ,i   ii,.   i nnvenllons   ai ���   all    ���"-��� l
Don'i i"ig*' thai the home m women -
, s.   pi ue     There  she enn  ��� v "i-
ii. r powers r<,i- thi  good ol all.   Don't
!������   in   a   Ilim.-   I'i   gei   mill lh,I.     I >'"' 1
the fli ��l  fool you in. el    M< n
| win wait   i ��r you and thi rs are lo I
are ul,out to begin the construction of
, dam winch will t,e mo feet nigh
when finished and 7000 feel long, and
will be oMefly filled bj hydraull-:
,*i|iileing.
Won   Rowland   Priie.
Mr. Schuyler is u member ot the
British Institution of Civil Engineers,
ibe American Society of Civil Kngl-
neers, and other smaller engineering
associations, He Is the author of a
standard work of 600 pages on the
const met ion of dams, published in
1901 by John Wiley & Suns. New
York, an,] to be found in the hands of
engineers the world over. He recently
received the Rowland prize from tho
American SocJets of Civil Engineers
[or the i.e.*.t paper, ol the   year,    the
ii I hi tn."
KenUicky   Countie.-i   Dry.
Louisville, Not, 30.- Ninety-three ui'
Kentucky's 119 counties are now total1
ly <lr>, tweuiy-oue are partially dry,
four are wholly Wet and iho case ,.,f
one county, which recently voted a** a
unit on prohibition, Is being settled by
legal process in court. This Is Iho substance ol a ataiement secured by a
local newspaper from the Kentuckv
Antl-SalooD leagiip today.
Chief  of   Police   Drowns,
San Francisco, Dee. 1 ��� VV. ,1. Blggy,
chief of   police,     was     drowned    las!
n'.ght. bj   falling off a   launch  in
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
I'ublisaed by the Daily .News Puh-
imlilng Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C.
.,.,.,..   .-.    auuucui.ug    LUIS    CU}     Witn    tn,'
main line of the C. P. R. In the person of .Mr. A. Munro, the roadmaster
Of the western end Of the raa 1. M.\
Munro has not changed much in appearance in the twenty-two years thai
have passed since that time, looking 399 Sixth Avenue
J. Newsome&Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimate: on All Work Given
E. A. Paige Managing  Director |.1S h(, is young and  vigol.oll, yet   But
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LABtV
WEDNESDAY,   DEC. 2,   I9C8.
GOOD SITES HERE.
We respectfully call the attention
of tho Publicity Bureau and the Board
of Trade to the fact that Calgary people are seeking a site for grain elevators
for storage purposes at an ocean port
��� m this coast -so as to use this outlet
for the grain raised at the western
end of the wheat belt. The port of
.New Westminster is admirably adapted for the establishment of large elevators for several reasons:
1. That a site with deep water can
lie procured at a le**s cost here than
in Vancouver.
2. That if steel piles are used for
foundation there is no salt water
corrosion.
3, That if wooden piles are Used
there is no teredo In fresh water to
destroy them.
4, The time occupied In loading
would serve a double purpose by the
fresh water (leaning the hulls of the
vessels.
...   Supplies of all kinds can b,
cured tor vessels here at less than at
other ports in the Province.
(i. Cheap power Is available for the
operation of the elevators,
These considerations should be Inducement enough for the Calgary people who are interested in this matter to have a look into what we have
to offer and no doubt our intimation
will cause both Hoard ,and Bureau io
get busy.
li, sees many changes in the city, aad
,a.- he sa'd. it is a wonder the change
that has taken place in the last four
or live 'years only, and he predicts
that if we are alive to our opportunities we will be a large thriving seaport. "Sandy," as he is familiarly
called by his friends, carries with him
the same obliging disposition to render ready help in any difficulty and
the gathering up of the engine that
���had found the western garden lands
too soft for it to sport in found him
on hand.
NewWestminster
Tenders for Cedar Poles
Tender.-, will be received for the
supply of Cedar Poles for construct ion
of Chilliwack Railway, to noon, Pee.
lata, L908.
Specifications can be secured from
office of Local Manager, NVw Westminster, and Purchasing Agent's office,
Vancouver.
Lowest or any tender   not    o *
sarily .accepted.
W.   H    HAZLITT.
Purchasing   V>-n .
TALK  OF  A NEW LEADER.
A defeated army turning upon and
I Uling   Its    leader   is a Iin.- of   experience which  history and -tradition
have    preserved,    and   according    to
mors persistently circulated it ma)
be given a modern exemplification by
the Conservative  party  of Canada  in
dealing witn their leader.    It has been
dnted oui  aa a tribute to Mr.  Borden's personal strength Mi.,t he is the
only leader who has retained his hold
on his  part j   after In ing   twice    de-
[    ' ���   Bui thai musi be attributed
of his fi llovi ers.   -
M        Is none tj lallfl   -.  to       ipp ant
him,  foi  ,M!   his   le; Ung
the . 'ii       ..      Geoi
Foster, were defeated.   Mr. Poster ������
��� I, cte I for a i ��� ncj  In which a
nominee could  aol   |      Ibi
ited ijoi : .
". ��� !i pr. vim..-   reco .��� *���      . -
��� rtainlj has  ni I ugth to
iat-1       M '      '.- . ������ ���'.
...     im   ..    th -
.������a   In        foi i.   r Par-
.: howevi r, deal
*. '. the '. .- ���   i ime   Whit* lKSl
or Hon. Mr. McBride supplanting \U
minion  leadei     Tliis opens up Mj
illitii.-.   an I   an   attempted t*,^J
maj cn ue some constitutional  JvW
iglemi at QJ
;n th, ition  of a    salai le ', SX*
lti 'ii    From thai U^
' hfj
powei to de;.o e him is the Got  rn- kXS
and the Pi  ml i  svould si in   ij SIg
in*M,n_.d to Inti Once -stab- PQ
in th :u-. .. ��� t*v5j
He JN5
CO
....   iY^
, ��� foi*
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e would
|^^^^|^|^|^Ht.v  Govcrn-
Get the Habit
Christmas
s drawing nearer .ach day and
you have only a trifle over thr
weeks to pre] ire, Why not take
time by the forelock today and do
a little preparatory shopping. Oat-
store will give yop numberless
suggestion* for gifts.
At Moray's
Chums - ��� $1.75
B. 0. Annual - 1.75
G. 0. Annual ��� 1.75
Chatterbox ���   ��� .75
at Morey s
Headquarters
FOR
SANTA
CLAUS
Auction Sale
\n am'tion  sale of household  goods
,.,,.. will be held on the    corner    of
Keary   street and    Columbia    Btreet
S rton, tod^y, at _v:u and 7:30
,,   , ck, consisting   of   dressers    and
stands, couches, one sewing machine,
and goods of all description
J. TRAVERS.  Auctioneer.
SETTLERS7^
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C.
P. O.  Box 556 Phone  334
Man supply live acre fruit lauds
within easy distance of town; cash or
tlir-e years.   Terms to suit all clients.
Comfortable    five   roomed   cotttage]
'and three    lots,    all    cultivated,    for!
$1600.00.
Five acres all cleared and cultlval   I,
I for $1000.00.   Terms,
ii
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WE   ARE   OPEMNG   Qur     ~~
CHRISTMAS
PAPETERIES
Today. They Are Beauties
Our New Westminster Greeting
XMAS CARDS
are the ones to send abroad
or anywhere.
I
J. J. MacKay & Co.
Booksellers
Stationers
News Deal
ers
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEER    T)
te^^eUe��e����������eee^^��i^^^^^#^^^^^^   ;,J
Begbie Street.
NEW    WESTMINSTER.
ennsylvania
Blacksmiths
COAL
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Today's    Special���Cup.   Saucer    and I
Plate  Set only 25c.
'"ft >������ buy for cash    aud sell I
same."
AT
THE
Royal Cafe
Le.
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,     MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Oysters on the half shell.
Gam.- and fowl in season.
6E5I PUTY BANFF ANTHRACITE DID NEW WELLINGTON
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. ���  ��� NEW WESWffl
orey7s
COLUMBIA  ST.
Meal Hours:
Breakfast fi to  11 a. tn.
Munch    ll :30 to - p. m.
Dinner  ....  5:30 to 7:30 p. ni.
Light   Refreshments  and  Short
Orders at  all hour.-,.
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      Entrance Columbia and  Sixth Bts.
I      ������ XMAS   GOODS .. |
��� ���������  *
��� v, ��� havi  now moved Into our new  store, recentlj    ������ *
Z   H. Smith's milliner) department, and are showings complei i
I of                      CHRISTMAS GOODS I
\n earl) selection will prove profitable to the purchaser    VV,   . .   J
i   the ver) artlcli  you have decided on  tor  that   gift.   Orde   i ���
��� yob gel   i larger choice of goods to   elect from ���
The  Jeweler ���
,'h Movements. ���
:
:W. C. CHAMBER L.N
f        Sole ar-ent for the Longines and Hamilton Wa
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gj f High Llass 1 aiionng i
'M I AT VERY MODERATE PRICES *
i
rn exp, rien, <���
WILFRED A. RUTLEY
LATE THOS.  E.   MORGAN.
Opposite  Post  Office.
Column  .
This is the time of year when the worklngman   require-  th.
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ffi ���^^���^-^^>>-^��.*: -->^*:^>,_v��^^.._._^
Tim Look WHI Hi: Glad
shoes that
made.    We keep only the SOLID LEATHER KIND -Shot-
that will hold together no matter how
���e the test to wiiich they are put.
Our prices, to.,, are the lowest of an,* shoe house In British Columbia.
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ig to "Mie, as Premier, but   y^)
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��� i no corn   ited it'on to o
I it -   ���.;   Govei nmeni in all thin j
.- nu doubt understood that an 0
.  , . forfeit  his  | os ition
ll'Ti'tui.,*  ��^	
withoui -I'M ., i a *" . It I - iy ������ " yVj
ii ��� ar. apparent iiov . could be d ���- *$��
j ,i ,i or reduce I to I ani . It is
not conti nd I I hai Vlr, Boi len de*
pendn mi the unending nature of hit
portf: ii., for his po on In the < ion
servative   party.    His qualities   ra'
iere Are Some of Our Leaders-
- Fish Grain Blucher.., an eight Inch top boot, made    with
*' le      An   absolutely   water proof hoot.
��� ;   ���   h top, oil tai ned grain |   n
���    A'l    ���'������������ - riveted;  I     best  i tim In
1   ,;'      in  i n .n.an"   a . .       :, ,,     ,,,,
In   leather.    Sold I      v,     | ,���.,:
.an
.;:
rown  moose bide pi ��� -: ���' to        ....
una Htted with strai    and
Dot, with doubli
tore.   Per pair $-Vj0
.   Bluchi .     oo    .   ���
| 1.00;  our prli
 $2.3'.)
9,1th   t ��*el.-
iair  	
Ini a
.$6.50
':      "     -"SS'ng  *��ot��  toi       .        ,,   Sl,. ou,  prenchk!d logger
lum*1 ���"''  Bnd outaide wuatoi   fifteen  In ,  top, and  buckskin
boot you'll pay 17.00 tor in othei  , lace     ,���,   ;)!i,,, ...,. pair$5.50
to Bee some <>: oui  h
coal cai ried   Into
Didn't  know there  ���*-��� ������    '
In  , oal ?    Way   there  are
mosi as  man.   a    thei
e ���   . oi   butter.    Lei
you the Kind thai   vill   ro
the  ;������ rfei I i n  of    ������
I ' ���    hat  our roal
than the ordinary an i  I
better.
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him  i olltlcally  abo.     bis  i    i  n faSi
Bui it i.> evident that boiIoub r-,-. - Ams
cations would  ari e  ll  t'ne    position CJ|J
won   held b)  n man who had '*';i ed r*fl
to be acceptable to the opponents i I Vlyfl
1 I
the Government.
We had ihe pleasure yesterday    o
meeting one of the men who had
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Si6n ..I lhe Dig Ele, trie Bool. Ncw We,tmin,ler, (, C.    ^
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN  B   C faU
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Mi*.   Worhincn
-Come   to  us  tor  your sho. ,U1 Hllp||,v    yM
with the best lines possible a. ,���.,���,    ,���,   ���,,. pa,r  $175 t0 %7M
I
 Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer* and Deai.r* in All Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��oyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. , New Westminster
J*".. The Cash Stores
T. H. SMITH
Great Alteration Sale!
Stupendous
Reductions
IN THE
WOMEN'S
Ready to Wear
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OUghl   down  a  scow of
from Gilley's  (juarry
' an<*  '' '   t"i   Ma,lysmith tor coal.
i;:" Royal City Mixture. ���*
'"''"' I- 'i. and thi Mouse" at. the
"i"'1''1 housi Q y, xhe play that
*' "���" ''"    or;  in a dramatic manner. *
''''"��� ��� ������.' ��� . 1,1 Balmon from this die*
I tr*cl *o Japan Is Bhown by the   shipment  of   i   ' ii   800    !���;,.", s   from    the
1'���'''''   N'' n   yards     yesterday     to
Seattle er route f ,r the Orient.
Th ��� bi ai place to get rail bulls .and
! flrst-class   , u     flowers    is    Davies'
greenhou .    i-q\% q 208. **
A man named Bennett was admitted
|M the Mn   ,   Columbian Hospital    last
��� ning stiff, ring from a bad axe
wound,  ha. 1     a mi   1    ��� vered a toe
n cutting a tree In one of the logging
camps near Pori  Moody,
\ meeting of h, women voters w 111
1 e held at ���',:',',(, ,, n,. on 'l hursday at
the K. of l'. hall, A 1 others interested
In civic in.i are Invited tu attend,
Xmas Goods!]
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The proji     a alteration of ihe rail
way tracks on front sticu/ to accom
modaie the Q C   E. K. Une tfi Clover-I|
dale wa        , H,, ,.,i ;, Btage yesterda;   ��
when en on    behalf    of   th
compan}   commenced to    prepare
line.   Th.- G   \   R, and C. P. Et. tracks
will be moved over .a space to enable
thi' B. (.'   E.  R. to come in on the
north side.
Von are Invited to laapei ��� the
.1   Mow   g,' nis.
n.w     patterns    in    Crockery ware.
GOODS  RIGHT���SERVICE  RIGHT���PRICES  RIGHT.
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Cut flowers and bulbs of all kinds. I
Tidy. ������ j
The   funeral  of  the   late    William
VManen, killed by an interurban car cn'
Friday night on the tracks near Tenth
Btreet, took place yesterday afternoon
from   W.   E,   Fales' undertaking   parlors   to   the   Masonic  cemetery,   there
being a large attendance of fishermen
and  other   friends  of  deceased.     The
funeral service was    read    by   .!.  3.
Ralney.   Th,  pallbearers were, Waltar
Campbell, Georgi   Segowlla,    H. Wi1-.
cox, Thomas  Colley, Antolne  Savage]
and ('. Christensen,
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA 8TREET,   NEW WE8TMIN8TER,  B. C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
i one ',r our store*   tc I  hai In .    ., ,������ i     | ience to
lock in the Ready-to-wi-ai   Depa I nt,  we find    our-
,  face   With  a   very serb ii ii in, ��� I y      wiij.    of
mlj  remedy   for thii Is to .      ock   VV,   ire sorry
, idmlt that our ready-to-w, ir sto n high, and we are
I        ej to reduc,   it even If wi
ol December we ni is;
.<  ���    tetlme as there i    noi  an old a of-date   gi
.    i    |    department     p
;oods away.
iv $12,000.
'hi
an    i at   in
POSITIVELY EVERY ARTICLE IN THE READY-TO-WEAR DE
PARTMENT IS REDUCED BUT ZENITH UNDERWEAR AND
D. St A   CORSETS.
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tin's $12 and S20 Suits Seduced lo $5
Singing and musle In "Littli Johnny
.ior.es" from start   tc    finish,    Opera
arrival    in j bouse on Thui _ ia, even ng
Great  Britain In time for   Chi istmaa
should be mailed not later   Mian se\   i
o'clock   p.m.   Sa i urd i)     n, xt.   Dec,   "���.
M,  tei     noi
Dec. 9.
From  stree
than   Wednesday
A n, i   ���    gotti ii    ,       leaflet,    the
���Westminsti i  Pre jusi    bei a
|i   ied by the firm of Dingle &  Burnett for the fai estate firm of White,
EJhiles & Co,    Whili   intended primar-
Just arrived three pound tins Rldg  -   :.   ������;  an  advertising    medium,    the
..;,   ...   tea,  one    dollar,    at     Kyle's, leaflet contains a quantity of interest-
jing reading matter grouped under the
head of "The  .Age of Big Things for
I
��� i ���   ��wn    VI  Rofci
���-   ���. tlu IS up '
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ini
S3 Children's Coats Keduced to $1.50
twee
niakei     Regular *}'-'���
���   i
Pony
.$5.00
���'el
$1.50
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PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton   Veal   Pork
Best Farmers
SAUSAGES
Bologna, rleaaCneese
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192 Mr.MENEMY & ANDERSON       Columbia St.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED  1817.
CAPITAL   ...     II-VWO.OOO.O-
RESERVE       111.000,000.00
leb    describes j (,ri,r,che, mroughout u_.uaJa and Newfoundland, and  lu   London,   England,
the  ,v"1' I'   large undertakings now NcW   vork, Uhtcugu and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Oen*
in   progress   In  and   arpund   the city. eral banking  Bu.u.tfU Transact*!.
Ti". Westminster Pn   - will be issued i  .titers of Credit issued, availatile will correspondents In all nartu of the
i:  "' ��� ���    on demands. World.
6��vlng��  Bank  Department.      Deposits  received In sunia of $1 aua upwards,
and Interest allowed at _! per cent,  per annum  (present rate)  added
four tunfli a   year.
Total   .\s��*.*h  ...e:   URN,000.000.00.
VV'-'     WEF''���MINSTER  BRANCH G.  O.   BRYMNER    *.. nn-Mr**'
New   W,
T te  Luid  registry returns for    the
month oi   November -hows the    fee?
were   J2.86.93   a-   agalnsl  $2379,93   In
ihe coi.espondlng i ��� i lod of la-a    - i
and   $2 11 l.Oti  in   th,   month 01   ; ������
her iiii.- ..���.-.
I".:     s ,!e���Seven     roomed     house,
a "'���'   >'0U1   "" ..   room,   pantries,   closets,   wood-
���:-'"'   md   tin    Mou the    opera  Bhed.     horse   Btall(  carrlage   house.
tonigh **  fruit  trees; on  lull  lot.    For further
Thi   ioi il li ,-     . M;, Canadian Or* | particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
der of Cho en Friends will elect offi-|8treet'
cer. tor the ensuing term on Thursda)       T!u, uevll," ?Ienrj Savage'a Amerl-I*
evening, when a large attendance    is  can    adaptatioa   ol    Franz   Molnar's X
antlclpi hhen   are    twenty-flve   Hungai ama, will .not be seen ln IX
' '    i��� a - ��� xpected,   thejY
cancelled I ���
i caused   al*
���audi.lai.     ti
-.une Su   tli
twi nty-flve
Initiated   al
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* One of Our Mottos: '
Prompt Delivery
Knock the cover ,,tT a Mis  of 'B.
ind t     on
hit."
[t will ma ������   "'ns''   '-  '���-���    '���' '      '������'.'
ac*
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itit ni th,- ,, ithor's treat-
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ilendid line of Tweed Walking Skirts at 95c
Women's ��10 Coats ior $4.95
Women's 512.50 Coats ior S7.75
thr, e-qua tei  a i
.
Regulai  $12 ""
..    $7.75
Positively all our $20 Coals on sale ior $10 each
75c Flannelette Blouses ior 45c
51.50 Black Lustre Waists for 45c
500 Silk Waists for $2
250 Lawn and linen Waists for $1
Inheard of prices in Women's Underwear
.    iste :'.],*>
. ave  *
was                                                  tmil .  ���
explosloi                       ear Por    Ham*  company, which was u-'f
raond, is n                     ���"                  *��- heiv ;,,   ��
ward-  rec                thi   Royal Col im*    ,           ,   .           |a; :                     *
liian  hospital. _                        f
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You phom   B -
Ing and Dyi  wo
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(���.  Cleau-  jon,
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an . M .   w.  Eliza j    A!i dealers handle
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T ie mu mi       ���   * b
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F$$V
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���
A'e specialize thi.- part of our
ness and ci n guarantee sat*
i  " iction to our cu: torn'
Canned   Goods
We have Mist received fin-
carload of the tamo ���
Tartan Brand Canned Ooods���
Fruit and Vege al es Be sure
to try these goods before buying
l others.
. ������
The
'B. CM and "Old | J
oid
Au  oidei*  ior  700,uOu   bricks,  to  be
delivered ton well kuowu Vancouver
ance, and  th,
il'.teS.
i h ni ison      ���    place yestei laj   in.de,   gport"    eigars
the auspii ���      ���     hi   Apo tolic 1 ague, brands,
of \, j, ch       ��� i ��� d *k is a member, to
Ithe Odd    F, Hows'    cemetery.    Man; |
'.,., .,,:,. re ol tie were in atten I-
some floral  trl-  contractor In June ol next year, was;
ie.il ivlth Aid. K. J, Fader, promoter
of the Pitt Lak-   Brick and    Cement
Use   Han-   VogUang   Poultry   Food,  company,  yesterda;   afternoon.    T_hls
it ha< no ,.,iii il. i. la the best on the  ,.r,\vv ,��� only the   lirst. of a number
market today.   Refuse all substitutes, | Wulch  will be  placed  with  the com-i
;,.   there is nothing just as good   Ask    ianv n,,w  (jelng    organized,    several'
your grocer or druggist. _   builders having announced their  -
ntlon of patronizing the Pitt Lake q
I industry, having become convinced   ii
the superiority of the new article after
a. ia- submitti il the sampli  . ricks to
' ia and rigi 1 tests.
Public Supply Stores GEOprAopfIV13
Phone  92.
Cclun.Lna   Street.
New
reliable ���
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West minster,   B.   C.
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111.25 Flannelette liowns, in plain
colors and stripes, ior 75c each
B ladies' Vests and Drawers, siiyiit
imperfections, for 25c per pari
Sweeping reduction on all hkirts and Furs
fur and ifkirt in the store reduci d
jYour  .
Business
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Monster sale of Blankets ami U
'''      v,  over 100 pair of blankets In stock.   The.-,, must .140,
efore reduced them from 20  to 33   1-3  per    cent.    Evei
, 1
educed.
A' (-Blanket, for  *6'50
 $5.75
 |3.26
Qlve 11- your t'n'st of the
month order and see bow w�� 11
we will peat you. Vou wiltMind
that our goods are all of the
ve b, : quality, (trlctly tresn
an 1  prices right.
\\.. can save you money on
your groc rj orders.    "Try us."
First shipment of Japanese
orangi s are just In, per lux 75c.
Naval    oranges,
loien -to-:.
largi
a ..-is for
 ts   for  . .
"i"i- for
iforters for
16.0(1 1
$2.23
$1.50
$4.25
pei
We havi
those love
Red.
a lew boxes left    Of
y  apples.    McAulasb
'mforters for	
i ^o+c^o^o*o*o**o*o*h��'o+^o*q+oow���o*o*c��o
T. H. Smith's
Great Alteration and Trade Sale
The PEOPLE'S
GROCER
Phor.e 103 and 443.
Kf
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Dr. Price's Baking Powder, twelve *
��� I ince tins. 35c at Kyi*' . Fronl 9
street, ** O
Mrs. Gallagher, of Vancouver,   wi    ���
.1.    ocal V. VV. C. T.  M. at 2
the nexi  regular meeting of th ,  .������-    O
' ������   'H. iu Tui Bda . Jan,      an    In- 0
ition havin- !,,������ n extended to l> 1
ome 1 Ime ae,,,.   A social will
on the same daj bj   hi  y* 1
an Inti  eating program  ivlll
[rendered.      At    yesterdaj     evenli
regular   monthly   meeting,   a   11 tm
tee, consisting ot MIs.es Velma R   ���    ���
and   M.   Marshall,   waa   appointed ���
arrange all detail.,   A commlttei ap- o
I pointed some time ago to collect BUb-|X
Iscrlptiona among tho member, for the 0
providing of a   poj   in   the   children's Q
ward at the  Royal Colubian  hospital g
reported having met with conslderabli   g
success, and was granted lurtbev time ���
.     a . I  **'
to complete its canvas.--.
Wilfred A.  Rutley, wno arrlVei
week front)  Winnipeg, ha-  pure
the tailoring  business of Thomas  E.
Morgan.   Mr, Rutfty is a   cutter   ol j
wide experience and states that th
he will continue to run a high el.".-
goods, bis prices will   be   of   a more
modenate nature th.tn those formerl)
chnrged and he therefore hopes to retain the patronage of all old clients I
and to secure the   business   of   new
custonie-3. ����� I
Zgfrf? CM**
I
nsure
Yrr
our I
earn
Ferhaps you have not got a team of Teddy Bears, but you may
have a team of valuable horses or a stylish single driver that yoo
would not like to lose. I can insure them against death from an*
cause whatever, including fire, accident or disease of any kind. If
you are interested inquire for rates, and I will be pleased to give
you full information whether you   insure, or not.
based O*)
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.    |
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GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE UP AT  TUE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and  Blackie Street.
P. O.  Box 665
Telephone 54.
Wing  Yuen Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS' TAILORS
Suits made to Order.
Columbia   and   Mclnness   Street*.
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Direct from the Prairie Provinces, as supplied by
The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
Pure Food Purveyors
The Best Meat at the Lowest possible prices.   Butchered,
dressed and   shipped   under Government Inspection and
Under  the  Latest  and  Cleanest Conditions.    Sold by
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers       ....       Columbia St., New Westminster
BOTHA PLEAD. FOR
UNITED SOUTH AFRICA
(.HOOKS TIKt Of PURSUIT
ANU ARRANGE FOR ARREST
Fumous War General Realizes That Bickerings Must
Cease.
.   .��� Tow n, Dec,  ',     l ���' n,'i a!  Botha
��� ii. at   i  banquet  here on Saturda:-.   iade a -; roug ; |, a foi union.
"Tla-re are," he said, "two questions
facing  us,  What  can we do for SouMi
Africa,  mill   whai   for   the   empire   i"
which w,   belong? The answer is, we
mii-t   unite  and   strengthen   ourselves
and   the   empire,    People    of    tlie.se
states have a  great  opportunity, car-
:yia'-   .villi  it  i ispousibllity, of saying
the  VII  go forward  as on.?
...   I.    a    diff< renl   people.    The
eli tions   which   pri val]   tod iy
will a-        us In attaining the Ideal of
one ii ilted  kingdom."
Oeni ' il   I)." et,   who   proposed   the
ticcesi    if the    convention,    emphasized   ii"-   necessity  ,,f  a    policy    of
Mv.. . n 1  ial-:...
Chicago, lx-c. l.���"Wo know ll is
onlj a matter ut Minn when you will
gi ; us anyway, -so we may as well su!,-
mil gracefully."
This message uver iho telephone today r, ache I Peter Dratzbui -, of the
United States Secrei Sen li e, from on
of iwo men, who had Hooded Milwaukee Avenue business houses with spur-1
lous Bve-doll u bills to thc aggi gate
uf $3,000.
"Come "ii ov er and mak, thi  pini h,
added the voice, which named u meeting place,
Shortly afterward Dratzburs appear-]
ed  at   the  Federal   building  with  'wo!
prisoners,  Custave   Bayer  and   Henry
.Mi, iiai'ls.    They said they had grown j
: Ired of i rving to i hide detec l\ es,
Canadianracihr ,
RAILWAY  COMPANY      a   I  irrlval of malls at the New W��at-
mii, iter po6t offloe, the hou     ��� ten Id
. ach c ise being the hour of cIoj Q|
leavi       '...iy   at   which la half an hour, as a rule, bi
, i, 4mmtmU']''.    All mail
dally    at unless otherwise stt>Hi are despatched Kbd received dally except Sunday,
only  mails dlspat, hed    and    re-
Imperial  Limited
:__o a.m
Atlantic   Expre b
:20 p.m.
Whether yon tra. el  tor pl< asure oi
���   -. I Sunday are the C. P. H. south
the   way   mail.*,   Bapperton,   Frasi t
Mills and Coquitlam.
btiRiness always buy your tickets via
,.,,,, ,  .       j  and ('. I*. H. east mails, not Includini;
the C.  P. K. as you are       nam   ��/
.. ��� ii. safety and comfort.
Tickets Issued to and 'rom all pGf&ts,
Mal.s  DespatchecJ.
 v 6:00 a. in.  (closed at eleven o'clock
the previous  night)���Vancouver    via
For further partttftflan ann reservu- MM N. u. "Owl."
(ions apply 7:30  a.m. -Vancouver    and   (excepi
Un. 'GOULET,     Tuesday) Victoria, via  I). C   Electric
Agent, N'.-f- 'Westminster, railway.
or to C. B. FOStv.iV I    Sumas and Seattle, including all U.
Asst. Menl. Pass.    -,!>;.   VnnnotiTitr.   .s-  1'Olnts  east  and  south, and  points
between New Westminster and Ilunt-
'   Ingdon,  B.C., via C.  P.  R. south;  also
C. P. If. east, s ippei ton, and    Ft*\ er
���'    P,   M.     R It,  _
' Mills an I Coq iltlam.
.N'oio - The two 7:30 a.m. C.  P.
mails, south  and  east,  take  mail for
all  points    from    Xew    We tmli
east   (Including   Langlej   and   dl
via Porl  Haney.)   The -  '���" p ni  C.P.
u.  despatch  omits  all  Lower  Frasei
points ea *  of Coquitlam except   Pitt  dLy male ovei lti yeai   ���
Meadows, Port Haney, Port Hammond, extent of
Web ter's     Coi ni rs,    .Mission
Synopsis nl  Canadian hi     :*
Regulations.
Ai_> available Domin
iu the rail s iy belt in i:
bla, may he homesti B
nho la the sole '������
one-quarter
I
City,  ucie.-. more or less
* ��  -w-.a-a   -. aa-aaauaaav, ....w_.  ......       HI   IV-   .     UIWIV     m      ,������-.
Agassiz and Harrison    Hot    Spi ngs.j    Entry must be m
Mails for Tort Moody and Barnet goes  the local laud offici
both via Vancouver and MV P, R, mailsMjjhjij^ the laud Is b I
Mails Received. proxy may, however, be ��� --���        I
8:45 a.m.   Blaine and   Senile.    In-1tain conditions by the
cludiiiK all  l'. S, points,  via G.  N.  H.lson, daughter, brother er 3
"Owl." [intending hoiae-Ueader.
9:00 to ]'��� <>*) a.m. - Strawberry Hlll.l    The homesteader is requln
Tiiiilierlan.i   und  South   WCStliilnster,'torm  the condition.-, connee
CHINESE   EDITOR   SENT
FROM   BRITISH  COLONY
FAMOUS   MINES  ARE
SOLD FOR  MERE SONG
B . te, Muni.. Id c. M The Ophli
mini s. famous as om of tbe reliable
old producers of ihis district, were
Bold yi *iir,la., for $7500 to Walt, i-
Talent, a banker representing Butte
creditors who demanded the satisfaction of claims aggregating $140,000.
The Ophlr ��a- the main asset of the
Butte Central and Boston Copper, a
$11.1,0(111,(11,0 corporation, .and embracing lioston and Canadian financiers.
Contract or, Grand Trunk Pacific.
Ottawa. Dec. 1.���The contract for
the last si eii,>n of the eastern division
or the G-rand Tumi. Pacific lying 100
miles >', ,���*.! <>r Make Abltlbbl and
stretching westward towards Lake
Setplgon has been given to th" Messrs,
Minis. There are at presenl no means
'���f communication with this district
and contractors will themselves have
to construct a wagonrond northward
from Jack Fish buy on Lake Supi rloi
It m expected that construction work
will be und' r .nr.  bj  nexl spring
Hong Kong, Dec. I. Sheng Pao, ,,u,.
of the two edltoi - of vernacu ui newspapers, banished fi om i he Bi li *h col*
' nj bj he colonial governm, nt, has
Issued a laruwell address, which has
��� en distributed, and In which lie bll -
i''M.- denounces the British officials
for banishing Chinamen withoui uiv-
Ing i le in a In it, Ing,
Shi ng I'a,i, another editor, and si .-
eral Chinese renident.. were Bern out
,,i Hongkong by the colonial government on the charge thai they Incited
rioting against certain local shop keep-
| ers,  who i'aiie,i  to carry oui  the boy-
,coti   recently  org zed  on  Japanese
! goods, Sheng Pm, deprecates the restriction of Individual liberty in Hong.
I kong and warns Chinamen against the
j danger of Investing capital In a com-
l munity where th<\v are subject .0
i deporlatIon.
Lov/er Fraser Ri
Frei^'Kt and PaaSs-
eng'er bervice per
bb.   'Favorite
ver mius.
8 I" - ii. Blaine and Seattle, including all IT, S. poinis east nnd south,
also aii j.oiuts between N< w Westmin
Bter   ni,i   Hlaiu,',  via O, X.  l(.
Xote.   Cloverdale and distrlcl (Clo-
ver Valley, Surrey Centre, Elgin, Alluvia  and   IVt.smg.Wfi     Prairie)     Ha/.il-
ini-re. P-m   Kells,   Hall's  Prairie    and
Carrying  Height and   assengers to Nicomekl dtrnpattched dally except Sun
all  points  between  New  vv. stminster iday;      Claytwn,     Monday,     Tuesday,
and Westham island. Thursdaj   and    Saturday;    Tynehead
Leaves Braokman-Ker'a wharf daily and lion A-ocord, Wednesday -n.-l Sat-
at 2 p.m.; .additional trip on Mondays,  unlay.    Til ese  malls  are all   received
by court, r (Tuesday and Friday).
8:20 a.m. Vancouver and Victoria,
i ia M. c. Electric railway.
3:30 a.ni. Vancouver, via <!. N. it
Menu I,, 11:00 a.m. Ladner, Pori
Oulchon, Westham Island and (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via Bteamer Favourite. (BtBVes*
ton despatched and received via Van
couver.)
I
p.m.
K.
���'laser   Mills  an I     Coqult
leaving at 5 a.in.
Returning  leave
Westham   Island 7
same iia..-s as despatched.
11:00 si.in. -Vancouver, Victoria and
Mexico  Needs Wheat.
Ottawa, I>' c   1.���The trad, and e<>in. j
merce  departmenl   was    advised    by l
I telegraph today that on account of a i
. shortage In the  Mexican  wheal  crop
! the  gov, rami ni  of  thai  country haa
re ine il  the customs    duty   on    lm*
ported   wheal   from  $1.50  gold   to  50
centi   gold pi r 220 pounds,   i ffectlvi
from Dec, I", until April ".0 next.
a.m.  dally,  except Fridays at   6 a.m.; j Central Park,  via  B. ('.  Klocitic tail-
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving! way.
ihmto p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Tim-
iK'riand and South Westminster, by
courier  (Tuesday and Friday).
1 MI0 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
2:00  p.m.   -Ladner,    Port     (iniebon,
; WVfttham   I land and  Sunbury,    daily
except Sunday;  Woodward.    Tuesday,
j Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
[Favourite, Capt. .1. C. Bruce.   (Steves-
for CONRAD, CARCROSS   ATL1N t,011 lna" despatched and received   via
WHITE   HORSE,  dawson   ind Vaaoouvec)
FAIRBANKS.    D,*,ilv  train*  (except I    2:,_0    p.m.���Vancouver    and     Plpet
at .')Mto p.m., calling at Steveston as
inducement offers.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
12:30 ti
Sapperton,
lam.
1:00 p m.    Vancouver, Centra]  Pai k
and Fraser Ann.
1:30 p.m.    Kast Burnaby, by courier.
3:30 pm.   Burqultlam, by courier.
M:Mil p.m. Blaine and Seattle, Including all U. S. points; also all points
between Blaine and NewWestminster,
via o. \. u (See note above
days on which these malls are
patched and received.)
with    under   one    of the
plans:
111    At least six nion a
upon and cultivation ol tb.
each   year  for three yi ai ���
(2)    If tae father (or motbi
father is deceased),    <��r   :|'        j
steader resides upon  a  ���'   '���   '     J
vicinity of the laud enti ���
'requirements as to residen - ������
iast, satisfied by such person res
as to
lies
Vancouver
G, N. it
....    ,.. p.m.��� Vancouver    an,
Sunday)    carryinK   passengetn,   mail,  Slfllng, via O. N. It. north.
!f.PJ�� at oILrS' , r��nilect witb 4:00-Vancou ver and Burnaby lake,
<Uges at Carcross Bnd Whfte Horse,L,n n c Electric railway Saturday
maintaining a through mAtn*m mmmmtmm V��� '       '  ,,Kfrrlc ,!*"W!-J-    Haturuaj
'   wwtw *trTir*' tm extra mail is despatched to   Vie-
Fot  information  ,pp|v Yo un]n vIa Vancouver at this hour.
I.   H.   ROGERS,  Tragic   Var��|(��r, ',    T,lilln" -11"1 So''',,,r' including all U.
4:4.')  p.m
"Flyer."
6.00���Vancouver via B, C.  ISlectflc
railway.
9:00 p.m.���Victoria via Vancouver,
7:00 p.m.���Sumas and Seattle, including all U. S. points and points b,-
tween Huntingdon and New Westminster, via. C, P. it. aontb; ;ii.s<i Fraser
Mills.
1:00 p.m.���C. P. R, east
C.  Hamber
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10.   Brine  Block
New  Westminster P. O. Box 795
tbe father or mother.
CD    If the 3ettler bas
ent residence upon f-1"" '
ed by bim lu tae vicinity of 1
mead, Mne requirements    ..-
deuce may be satlsiied by
ujion tbe said land.
Six months' notice In writing��    1
be given to the Commissloni *
inion Lands at Ottawa of Intent
apply for patent ^ |(
COAL.���Coal mining rights ���'
leased for a period of twenty-o* i "'-'
at an annual rental of J'   ;'    "J
.Not   more   than 8660 acres t        \
|��ased to one Individual or "-"" >1
A royalty at the.rate of five cents RJ
ton shall be collected on
ohantable cosi mined. (
w. W. COR1
Deputy of the Minister of 0
,.rii)M
jf  TOO N"*"1   Alr:;"
��� ���   .*������)���. Ml
English   Cab   Qirli
Johnny   Jones" at the Opera House Thursday Night.
,yxo*c+c*- ���MO*K.*oeo*'~>r
*0 oeceoeoeceo^cce'- ���Meo*c*r,��n
o
**
LOT 7,  Block 36
of Roj il avenu
I ouse or factoi
��� in past tliis piop   ���
terms     THIS IS A SACRIFICE
���
B  C. 1  ��� ind C. P. R.
$3000.    Rea ���
Dominion Trust Co.
T. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
City Elections
Surveyor
Ellard tsiock. New Westminster, B C
New Westminster,  B. C. 2
>:o:*c*D400*o*o4o*o*o*o o��3*3*o*o*c*D3*o*oeoeo*oeo
 1���*	
*\*
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
��� rltlth Cciurr-'a  Coast Lin..
Service.
���THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order plac-d .. I .'-
ui means a satisfied customer,
OUR (WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIliHT
tes on ��� an    di
on        q ..un itj   quoti I
llcation.
\ Jackson & Morrison
_�������
���ji Daily News Block.
f New Westminster. Phone 388
J
V
f
j
4
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA   SEATTLE
ROUTE.
Prhi ���' ..        V ....   I
.,������...
Sti tuner Charmer at l p.m. dai. v.
Notice ... i,. ���������,.. given to the
tors "i thi Citj of N'.'w Wes minstei
that l require the presence of th, d .
electors at the City Hall on MONDAY, the 7th day of December,
1908, ai 11 o'clock a.m., I n the pui -
po ui ��� lei ting a May*,:- and three
- for the year 1909,
and at 12 o'clock n ion of the same
day. toi the purpose of electing se. n
... :..':.. a Vldei tn n for the said yeai
.,*.  !:���"������.
The mo   ��� ol  nominal lon  shall    be
as  i"..'.'  .    Each candl ill be
a ���     la   vi: Min-.    *'.
shall   e subsci ���  I   o pi rsons as auy person who Is the sole head of a
and     .,:���:, who shaM   be  family, or any male over 18 years of
:  .    qualified electors and residents In  age, to the extent ol one-quarter sec-
Mi,��� City;   and such nomination paper tiuu oi IBO acres, mure or less.
ial]  con 'in  a statemenl       b -v.     ition   for   entry     mu3t    be
the   ,,. : i :-. nominated  that   he    con-  made  In person  by the applicant at
in, mination. *��� Don Mauds Agency
: ion ] ipei - shall        I -
Offi      ���'.* any
���   the date o   thi    notic
��� ynops .     of    Canadian     North-Weil
Homestead   Regulations.
.', ._.   even numbered section of Do-
tniuion   lands  In  Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting b and 26,
In    uot re     ���.-'-. may be homesteaded by
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
S ��� P ���- ilea.
a ���      lallj exi Ictor i
,:     - at   ���
irmei    eaves   La.ll      foi     Victoria
l p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE
.1.     S.S. Trader will leave Victoria for
N...,  We tmiustetr everj Tues lay.
Leaves New Westminster on  W>d*
!;������-.lay
ii_   ���
���.   l .'ii the
���    al     9
J
v.
*m
!.. . ��� . i    ���'
llth  daj
until "  p in   of th,    am,    lay at    the
..-:    Thi '     n< I Mluuii-
���:���. Citj   Ha     the Fi     Hall   Sappi r*
ton; an i 'ii" Wat".   ���        - . ������ house,
.,. ..:;, ��� ������    ...     \ :, kland    an l
Elevi nth Sti I . of whli h every person I ...-������! to take notice and
gov in  hlmi ell  accordingly.
���v-K.v_.--K- -M~!~M"K"-"H'
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
���'��� ars With .1. A. Lee.)
��� ��� l    and    solicits    your
U   I 'ii  furniture b  spe-
'   ���  and store furniture   b
��� ' furniture repairs.
' Class Workmanship.
D��V. LEWTHWAITE
o     26 Alexandei St.
t(   Tram Office.
P ��- Qox 304.        Hoube Pbone  B 29.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
SS   Tees
Leaves Vict,,ria  11   p.m.   1st,   10th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way j
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,'
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
of November, 1908.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Returning Officer.
Street Letter Boxes
Grand Trunk Ry.
MV-len. Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,        j
Portland, Boston,!
nvra."th  Principal business center*. .,f |
vwrARlQ, QUEBEC nnd the MARI*
.. HMK PROVINCES.
J,,.'.'" ' UPPALO, NEW yORK and
HI;Ani..;,i'ulAi via Niagara Falls.
"' Ti.���" Tables, etc.. address
GEO.   W.  VAMX
ASAs's,a"1 Gen']  fassenster and Ticket
***���*���- iar.AdamsStvChlr-atro.nl.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. 8. .loan
i.. ...a- Vancouver IM',0 pm. daily,
except Sunday, Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. in.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
iv;a,. ���   Maj  li aves Vancouver De-
, ��� i'i1'"  I
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur.
1..���., re   Vani ouver 2nd and  16th of
! every month.
ur  111V MR.
: leaver���
From   New   Westminster   Monday
V, ..In laj  and  Friday at  8 a.m.
1     From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
1 ttnd Saturday at 7 a.m.
_.���
H E
A-pVERTISK.       TS
- -  IN ���
Daily     n f. w s
For   reservations   ana   miormatlon
���all or address
KO. OOULET,
Agent,  New Westminster.
C. II. FOSTER,
ASSt, Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
.1    W, THOUP,
General Superintendent, victoria
CHOICE   MEATS
AT THK
Central Meat Market
Tn
x,;!-MAi;,j.' .You.* BUSINESS.
Corner Eighth St.  huo
cHONf-  *vo
BOWELL *   ODDY
i-'irtb Avenue
Priipri'"''",''''.
Following is the compli te    list   oi
street letter boxes, together with their
location and numerical designation:
Box No, Situation.
1���Eighth Ave. and Thirteenth St.
2    Eighth  Ave. and  Lighth St.
3���Soventh  Ave,  and  Fourth St.
,    Sixth A1-''   and Third St.
[x .',   .      ..ii : Sixth St.
sixth Ave, and Ninth St.
7   S xth  Ave. an l Twelfth �� .
g   Sixth An1, and Fourtei nth St.
.,   . nth   we  an i Fourteenth 9 .
i,,   [������,, ii      ,:������  and rwi Ifth St.
11 j\, ii a Avenue and Teuth St.
12 Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
13 Fourth Ave.  and Fourth St.
it   Fourth Ave. and Second St.
15     riiinl  Ave and  Second St.
1,;    Queens Ave. and First St.
17    Queens Ave. and Third St.
is    Qui ens   Ave, and   Sixth   St.
19   Qui ens Ave. and Tenth St.
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place,
21 llatilau and Turner Sis.
22 Agnes and Tenth Sts.
23 Acn,.- and Seventh Sts.
���j I     \mies and Fourth SI!.
26    Amies and  Elliott Sts.
���jr.   Agues and Dufferin St.*.
i 27���Columbia and Leopold sts,
28���Great Northern  Railway  Station
'��� 29���Columbia and Elliott Sis.
Mill���Columbia and Fourth Sis.
31���Columbia and  Alexander Sts.
32���Columbia and Tenth Sts,
33���C, P. U. Station, Front St.
34���Front and  Me.Ken/.ie Sts.
35���Front and Lytton (Square.
38���Front St., Schaake. Building.
37���Brunette and Keary sts,
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
Wanted --tost A Foid   tlTOUK 5 WU> BUM
j for Sale -:��� lo Kent -:- tic. |       WILHCLM IN EFFIGY
W v rED    Housework
���   ��� month
520 or $2E
W. N. Draper
B.   C.   Land
.   *l   im  Dailj   Ni - .  "tv ���.
M LL  i KAMI'; ;,  ave ������ I trm all
clean       u    Westmlnsl ��� I inctlo.i
for citj   lota;   Sappe    >i irefi rr< d.
M    ',   ner, Box 530.
German Flag' Trampled Under Foot in Public Streets
-Rioting E.xpected.
Vienna,  via Frontier,
burning   of    Emperor
Dec,   1.    i
William    an i
FOR SALE���Lots on the Sixth .-treet
ear line,  for $100  each,  'MM*   cash,  Franz Josef in effigy, the trampling of
German flag under foot and
balance   .Hi  per  montl      White
Shins.  260 Columbia street, City.
HOUSES TO RENT���Those nice new
houses on Thirteenth I ��� tween Fifth
and Sixth avenue; splendid view.
One minute from car line. Everything new and up to date woodwork
mission finish, cast Mon enamel
bath, electric light, hot and cold
water, six rooms beside po.-rch and
vestibule; four closets. Just the
home for a Christmas bride; Ionia
ov,-r them. For particular: phone
A IT'.'.
FOUND���Child'i
this office.
pin--..
. ���' aer applj
TO RENT- ��� Si ven roon I furnished
house with one aer. ' md; also
,    fortj  chic ��� n*.   rent    $20;    Queens
a .,���!. ie and Eleventh      ��� el
TO RENT���Furnished ooms from
$1.50 i*r w, ek up. 3team he&te I,
bath aud modern convenli a< es, Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Archer, Royal Cafe (formerly Lee's
the German dag undei fool anj tli"
cheering of Austria's enemies were
some of today's -een.- in many Austrian cities, wh,-re bitter race feeling
has been developing tor -"me time.
In many town-, the foes of the German people are parading the streel .
denouncing the presenl dynasty .and
promising to join the army of Insurgents  in thi* event nt a   civil war.
Disorders are general throughout
the empire, and the situation is particularly serious at Prague and
Trieste, where popular feeling has
raached such a pitch that rioting has
'.���in  narrowly avert I
Tho governmenl is doing everything
��� le t<> suppress the new- of   the
I'M-;    anrl is rlgorouslj  , ��� nsorlng : he
!-    latches which    ari     '...nine    the
country through the regular channel--.
THE STAGE
TU RENT���Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping, Apply to Alex. Speck.
W.\NTED���PupUs for violin and man-
��� in;     ie's    moderate       Address
i: ix 487. City.
TO LET���Furnished bedroom.    Apply
439 Dickenson street, the Crescent.
or   sun-
agency for the district in which th-
land Is situate.   Entry by proxy may,
however,   be  made  at  au  agency   '_n
,,, y .editions by tbe father, motli-
���  the TM.   ...  "i  ""��� **'���      luShter' !'rot!"'r or slster o!
(in  the  case of ���'" ���'     ���-    *   homesteader.
,       ...    ._,-,.     Ii   .  ,.   ������.'��� is rejulred to per*
brm the   - ���      tead duties under one
| )i '��� ie fOliOWipg ] lans-     .
(ij    At least six months' residence j
il tlth ition of the land in
three years.
.. .-_ nomesteader may, if lie so
res, perform tue required residence duties by living ou farming
land owned solely bv him. not less
than eighty (SO) acres In extent, ia
the vicinity of his homestead. Joint
ownership in land will not meet this
requirement.,
toi    V. the father (or mother, if the
WANTEDGood plain sewing neatly
done. Apply Mts. J. Simpson, .Ash
street, P. O. Box 9 M
FOR RENT���Furnished housekeeping
rooms; close in; beautiful view:
furniture for sale. Enquire room 7,
Burr block.
VESTMIN'ST E R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet we-st. Phone A 2750, Vancou-
-..', B. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   and  Female   Heip  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNSEi-EY   STS..
NEW   WESTMINS. _"..-.,   B.   C.
"hone  431* p. O. Bo*   R85
Big Attraction Tonignt.
Th ��� wide distinct:,ui won by Char.es
Klein's "The Liou and the Mouse"
through out the country, places Oiis
drama in a field of popularity iu which
there are few others. A most timely
theme was chosen by the capable and
celebrated playwright and his masterful treatment of the topic carried thc
play Into Instantaneous and seemingly
.���vei lasting vogue. Henry B. Harris
played his part exceptionally well be-
fore the clever actors he employed
were given an opportunity by his ever
apparent expenditure, in properly
mounting the play. Not only having
been played for over a year ia New
York city, '"lbe i.ion and the Mouse"
has a linn following in every city in
the United States. An estimate was
recently given, embracing the number
of people who had witnessed the
Klein drama during it- remarkable
car.'';', au 1 after deducting a conservative number uf thosi who may have
seen u more tliitn once, the total still
V. main, d In the tens oi a ��� lions. Mr.
Harris -��� Vs "lb. Lion "and the
Mouse" to tii" opera house tonight to
, m w Its acquaintanci among local
��� ons oi ti i  theatre's :" -t olT rings.
Given under  my  band  at  the  City  fatb.,r u l1eeease(j) of a homesteader
Hall, N.-tt  Westminster, the 24th Day   t..g permanent residence on  farming
lnud owned solely by him, not less
than eighty (80)' acres in ex.ent, In
the vicinity of the homestead, or upon a homestead entered for by him
in the vicinity, such homestealer may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the tather (or mother).
tli Tae term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tUan nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road a.lowances crossed in the
m  is irement
M.i A homesteade: Intending to
perform his residence duties in ac
cordance with the above while living
with parents or on farming land own-
fid 5 himself must notify the agent
for the district of such intention.
Six months' notice in writing must
,i   elven to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
VOLUNTEER
WARNING
BOUNTY ACT, 1908.
TO PURCHASERS.
livery assignment of the right of a
South African Voluieer entitled to a
land grant must be by way of appointment of a substitute and must be
in the form provided by the -\ct.
Special attention is called to Sub-'
section 3 Of Section 5 of the Volunteer
Bounty Act, 190S, which provides that
no assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a sub-'
sti; m c shall be accepted or recognized
by thi M. pa: tment of the lnt< rlor
whicb Is not executed and dated afier
the d*Ms of the warrant for tbe land
grant i sued by the Minister of Militia
and Defence in favor of the volunteer.
J. W. GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa.
28th SeptembaM*   i;.0S.
"Lmlc  Johnny  Jort<_s." ��
Local theatre-going public wil bere.
gated on Thursday with tne p Venn
hi.' in thi- city of last season's
greatest musical success "Little Johnny .lones," which wlll be presented
with all tbe beautiful and reali-stic
BCenery, 1'gbting effects and pretty
and tasteful wardro! e which made its
long runs in New York. Chicago, "Boston .and Philadelphia last season notable and successful. "Little Johnny
.: s" Is a musical melodrama in
thr ai . . ten b> George M. Cohan
the author of several very suecassful
j mus'cal pla. b. Tie compan;. that,
i will i resent "Little Johnny Jones" is
; 'a ��� of unusual excellence, numbering
ill) seventy-five people with a choru..
irty. The music of "Little Johnny
'.;.i..���*.-" is -a il to be most catchy and
attractive, and Includes a number of
- -.:.: hi! - that have attain.' i gr.-at
throughout th ������ intry. The
notable of tl ��� -��� s-ongs perhaps
ind those ra at ������ miliar to theatre-
an ���' v anki'i' Doodle Boy,"
Regard ti Broadway,'
... ��� Flo," ��� Mil Fauchette,"
an : "1 hey're all Mj Frlen l.��." No
musical piece w:.s presente i last sea-
.. n that scored a more emphatic suc-
ce b than "Little Johnny Jones." The
nt! : isi manifested over the enga .
ment in this city has been very great
������ver since the announcement wa- first
made that "Little Johnny Jones'' was
to be  presented here.
lateins^OT^ Ala Speck's Sporting GoodsTURK
BOOKING TO    AND    FROM    ANY   t\	
BOOKING TO    AND    FRO.M    ANY
I'OINTS    IN   THE   OLD   Cul'N'I'KY
Guns   and     ammunition,     footballs,
CAN  LE  ARRANGED  AT THIS OF . umbrellas,   typewriters,   fishing  tackle
FICE.
Empress  of Ireland.   Nov.   13,
Empress of Ireland   Dec. 11
Empress of Britain   Dec. 25
For  other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
ED. GOULET.
C. P. R. Agent
etc., and all  kinds of light automatic
machinery  repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.        "Man on the Wheel."
ISH  BOYCOTT
IS   HURTING   AUSTRIA
Vienua, Dec. 1.���Th- persistent boycott of Austrian trade by Turkey is
absoi bing attention tor tho moment to
the exclusion of all other aspects of
the. Balkan problem. Commercial iu-
, icnvts have been pressing the government ;o Interfere, and a special
! mi:.' ite i il conference has boejj.sub-
UniUed t6 consider the matter. It is
stated that It has already been decided that Austrian Lloyd .steamers.
which arc   till boycotted at Turklsn
38 -Columbia and Keary Sts.
3D*���Columbia and Distillery Road.
Hi -Eighth Ave   and  Richmond  St.
II ���Richmond and Keary Sts.
12���Columbta and  Alberta Sts.
13���Junction Columbia and Front Sts. i Phone 276,
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and POTt8.  8na11 '���*  lhe fmu,"c be ROCOm'
panied by Austrian warships.     Offl-
- :M   of the ministry of commerce say
'hai  Austrian trade to the amount of
jone billion  kroner haa  already   been
I lost.
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office
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WEDNESDAY, Dec. 2
��� -
Henry B. Harris
PRESENT8
THE  LION  AND
THE MOUSE
By Charles  Klein, author of   "The
MuMe   Master."
The  greatest American  Play of    the
Century.
Carefully chosen oast, new stage set-
lings.
Prices, $1.50, $1. 75c and 50c.
DECEMBER   7th,   1908
UNDER   PATRONAGE   OF   SCHOOL
TRUSTEES.
The Royal City High School
Presents the famous
Schubert Symphony Club
and Lady Quartette
Most ofthe numbers were written;
or arranged especially for the Schu- j
berts.
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing all woodwork.
IN MAINTAINING NAVY
Lecturer   Phillips-Woolley   Appeal   ���*���
Fatnots to Bear Their Share of
Burden of Empire's Defence.
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all paint,
varnish, etc.
YOU Cannot Afford In Miss
This Greal Musical Treat
Arti.-tes Include THOMAS VALENTINE PURCELL, celebrated American violinist, and that charming mono-
legist ANNA PEARL WEATHERING-
TON.
One   Night   Only
���AT  THK���
Westminster Opera House
Gold mi dais, un vei sltj  and departmental   certificates   will   be  presented1
to  students stu .-��� isfi      in  the    July
��� s aminations.
JOHNSON'S  WOOD DYE  for
dying all    woodwork    furniture Captain  Cli      Philllps-W-olley.
and floors. well   known     Ig   game    hunter    and,
more  recently, literary  man,  gave   ���>
most   powerful and   telling  lecture  I"
] the city hall, Vancouver, last evening
under the auspices of the -\a\y League
and  the  Daughters of    the    Empli
; lloth organizations .are non-party andj
i their chief interests are to urge upon
Ithe government aud the electorate the
Importance  of an    adequat*   Britis..
navy as the  best guarantee of peace
sand ot  the  prosperity of th,.. different
; sections of  the British empire.
I     The lecturer  pointed  out   that  Man
( ada. was born Of Great Britain by h*':*1
navy of bye-goue days and   that Great
Britain   herself was   the   outcome of j
_ I I th-1 sea. power of    past    generation-.,
I   llftnV i ''"**' PeoPle of Canada wer,- today de-
J | pending upon the    naval    power   of
IJritain to police the seas in the    interests of  their  merchandise ami  as
Canada was now no longer a "child"
but a full grown son, they should, in
[ some measure, take part of the bur-
\ den of maintaining ihat fleet of pro*
P. O. Box 249. Aectiou on  their  own  shoulders.    The
seaboard  of Canada   was  most extensive and one which the people of Can-
Va could not,,at the present time pre-
tend to protect, they were dependenl
tilKui  the British  navy  for protection
both   as  regards* their     merchandise
afloat and their coast defences, and so
far they were not paying one cent In
easl*.   for   that   protection.     The   Mm ���
w,as  ruining,   and   possibly  that   time
I was   not   far   distant,  when   the     tax
I payers of Groat Britain would not be
I able, even if perfectly willing, to con-
Mnui- to police the seas In    an    adequate manner so as to protect the interests  of  all  the  "younger  nations"
mil, -s those young nations themselves
Banquets,' did  their  own   pari   In   carrying    the
j burden.
i    The lecturer concluded with an lm-
Hot and Cold Water. | passioned  appeal  to the  patriotic ln-
��� .���    of his hearers.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for tilling the grain and
pores of wood.
Anderson &
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Phone 379.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Wi stmlnster, B. C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special  attention   paid  to
Private  Suppers  and  Dances
100   Rooms.
Steam  Heat
Centrally   located.
JAPAN   IS  ANXIOUS
TO   BE   FRIENDLY
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARE  NOW   ON   SALE   AT
M. MOREY'S STATIONERY STORE
J. G. GAMON'S CIGAR DIVAN, F.
MACKENZIE'S DRUG STORE and
"THE   FAIR,"  Colu.-**,b. .   Street.
XMAS GROCERIES     ^  ^un lK[. L_..To   p,,,,.
:       ons wiiii the   United  Stales      ;
CandMd   Peel    Raisins. , ,     ,
th,  most friendly character is the '���������.���-
\ full line   of genera]    provisions; M*0**- "��� Japan's foreign policy."   Thia
in--    prices.    Try    our   goods    and   '-'   the   btatemenl   of John C.  Claugh*
on will come again. I'n, secretary  ot   the    I nited   States
commission to the Tokyo    exposition,
which  bas just returned  him trip to
i
Japan and  who today comm nted on
reel and Fifth Avenuo.   ,],,. diplomatic ties which In the    last
Phone 404. few days have drawn the two nations
closi r i ban ever before,
THOS. RUTLEDGE
I'mn. r Sixth
Ladies' Hair Dressing
Massage and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth  and  Columbia.
*������������������������������* ���**��� ��� ��� ��������� ��i>.��fr��-3*fr%��-^tt������tt��tt��fl.��*ai
* Electric Railway Service;
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautps after
th.- hour, commencing at 6:30
��.  m.
Sunday  Service   tim: nnurlT b��*
iween fV.ii a n    and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
���
���
���
���
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver ind iva*
stations will run every balf-
hour from 6:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. no.
fLast ear lv. Vancouver 11:30.)
Cars leave the depot every
twenty miautes lor both Sapperton t.d city limits over Mie
city li. a.
I Asylum  Returns.
, j    The public nospital  tor ihe insane
eturns show   the number of  patients
iin  the  hospital  during  ihi   month oil
November, 1908, to be a.- follows:  In
hospital  at  the  beginning  ol   mont t,
��� :ii!6 in,ib.-. l il! females; adm d dur-1
'! ing thi   month,  Ml  males, ;i  females;
discharged on probation, - males,    i
females;  discharged at explrj ..i pro-|
j batlon,   13  males,  7 females;   died,   I
males, 5  females;   in  hospital at  the
cloth of month, 373 males, 136 females; j
on probation ai the close of the month,
i _.'."��� males,   16    females;     total    un Ier i
treatment a    the close ,>t  the month,.
��� 39S males, 152 females.
,' I
Transports are Purchased.
S, ati le I li,-. I The United Sums
I government has bought he Bteam*
-iipis Shaw m ii I .uni i- - mk >n i from the
Boston S > amshlp comp in and thoy
will i'.' used a* transports foi work
in , onneel lon with the Panama canal
The purchase price ** I < Hev, d to li"
in ih,  neghboihood ,,t $750,000 . ich
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, Nev. Wettrnmster.
Bridge Contract Let!
Queensborough District oa Lulu island destined to be one   nf
the bop, si Industrial centres in the province.
NOW IS YOUR TIME
to get in th-. way of in ndvanci. by buying water frontage there,
Shrewd Local Investors
have already more than doubled their mon^y by buying In Quei ti
borough.
���laps and price list on application to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-109
BIG_STOCK -REDUCING
SALE
IN
PRICE OF
LADIES'
COATS
REDUCED BY
One-Half
Oik- Ioi consisting of ladles'
three-quarter length coats In
dark, medium and light colors,
All tailor mad.. neatlj trimm, d
and finished. Some fort) Btyb ���
to choose from In thi fifty-five
coats ���n sale. All ilzes From
32 to 42 inc.ies. Regular prices
ran.ite I nun $7.50, $12.00, $18.00
and $20.00. R, alize a saving of
on. -half by buying at $3.75,
$6.00. $9.00 and $10.00.
NOTE THE
LOW PRICES
ON THESE
THREE LINES OF
Children9 s
COATS
Thirty-five only. Children's
Long Winter Coats In si/.,
suitable for girls from four to
eiiMit years old, Colors are
mostly dark, with a few slz, - In
light grey. Thia lot Is comprised
of regular values from $3.75 lo
i5.00.    Xow clearing at  . $2.9'3
Thirty only, Children's Coat.
��� In better grades than the fore-
going line, with choice ior gli Is
of older years. Regular values
$."i.on to    $8.50.    Now    clearing
nt. each  $3.90
Twenty-three only, Children's
arid Mioses' Coats���In fine cloth
and tweeds. An excellent show.
ni" ai big reductions.   All Bizes
Regular  values  $6.75 to $11	
Now clearing at  $5.2r,
PRICES LESS
THAN HALF
ON THESE LINES OF
Ladies'
DRESS
SKIRTS
Wi lind our racks overstocked
l,v some 150 skirts, and the
knife goes In good and deep to
clear the Mirptus. Be quick to
investigate.        Regular      values
Jl.,-,0 to $6.^0;   at    $2.95
You will lind this the greatest
skirt iffer ever placed before
vou in  ibis citv.     \H    sizes   of
dark tweed, light striped and
plain colored dress skirt . al '
l rice awa} les th in ; ou won! I
pay for the mat, ria . Fif j
i kins in the lot. Each .. .$2.95
AT $4.95.
Regular values, >7.."iii .,,
$] 1.50, A big range j: i \: ra
qualit).
Venetian, Cheviot, Serge and
Cloth Skirts���In best tailor-
made styles, Light nnd dark
colors In plain and fancy mixtures and plaid designs, Ovi
seventy st) li s to < boose : om
All  one pric.    Each $4.95
INVESTIGATE
THIS
Remarkable
Suit Offer
Our    Entire    Stock    of    Ladi��s'
Su'ts  on  Sale  at Three
Special   Prices.
Ladies' Broadcloth Suits "U
$25.00 Regulai . :_��� 0 to $ lo 0 ���
.nni"*. The season' nlc
stiiis in only aboul a dozen
Btj lea. \\v only ;,- k .,,ii to ex
��� mine this Une "' appreciate
the  su rlflce madi
At $15.75���Regu] ll   ._     to
si'."..on values, N'in, -uiis onl)
lo choose from al th's prli ������.
\ I sizes now In stock.
Cheviot Suits at $9.95 R, gll
lar $15.00 to $1750 values. Oniy
eighi suits li ii to go at ibis
Bxtremel) low price, uv make
the clean-up complete by off'
ing Mn balanci at $9.95 They
will Boon go al thla p rice. Bi
���������ii ban I  eai I)   if you desire nil-'.
$5. 75 Heatherbloom
Underskirts
CLEARING AT
$3.95 each
Two jo/, u only. Underskirts
In brown, green, navy, grey,
striped and black. Heatherbloom
underskirts witl, deep, wide
flounces .nni frills, Regular
prices J i.7,", to $5.76. Mow $3.95
Moreen
Underskirts
NOW
$1.95
Regular values $2.60 and $2.7.',.
One     lot     of     h,.-,i.    English
Moreen   Underskirts    made    In
full  large sizes an i
All colors.    The    :���  ���
sklri   valui
at    the       gu   :    pric
each      $
$1.75 LUSTRE
Waists
NOW
$1.35
and   cream   oi
ti       well made
lust i     Onl
In   the    lot
. '   -lv.
S WEEPING
REDUCTIONS IN
Millinery
TABLE   N
Trimmed   Hats.   $4 50 ea:-
Tw ��� .1   .
] i:     i
a
TABLE   NO.  2.
Trimmed   Hats,  $5.76   tac*
Tu��� nt)   onl),i.ii   ���
tlvel)   Ti Immed Hai
:   ' ���     $7 v to $11."ir
TABLE   NO.  3.
1 ine-quart< i ofl all
nnc, ������; our stock of Pa
New Vork Pattei n Hai
own   in idi up   model
pr ���'.     ,���'   $12.50    i ���*-   0
��� h '   :,    .,   ; ��� ductlon
quarti r,
A||   Untnmmed   Shapes   at   Hi
Price.
Watch our Window
Spaces and Advertisements for the Next Tu i
Months
Thi j   will  '���<   fllk i ��iMi
gain-   an i special prli
ments from the Ready-to VV
MllUnei v Sei tlon ,   We i '
you   ' . ��� rything   as     kIvi rl
with  many  a  mmi"* iat It
pottiiMty nol mentlom d ''��� '
No sale lines on apprc
bation during this
Sale
Tha   Ready-ttvWear   Si ci ���
has maB) reduced lines 00 dl
play,   visit this department sod
yon will be amply repaid.
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE   FOR WOMEN'S WEAR 	
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THE READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT
Commencing    TODAY,   NOV^ 30th
Close Upon $20,000 Worth of
Seasonable
High-Class Clothing
For Women and Children
WHICH MUST FIND PURCHASERS DURING NEXT TWO MONTHS
We are face to face wi-.h the prol lem of clearing our READY-TO-WEAR   DEPARTMENT
immense stock.    Trade and weather conditions have been against the oarly selling of wintel
We are going to take no chances on having to carry over any of these Ready-to-Wear    Garn
are commencing this big clo hing sale with a determination to make it the most Buccessl
ness career.    There is yet a long season ah.'ad for the wearing of winter clothing.   So be qu
Mie opportunities here presented.
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