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 White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
,.  c�� Pbone 85
#0 Columbl ^_
White, Shiles & Co.
FIRE INSURANCE
gjW WESTMINSTER, B. C
ESTMINSTER,   B.   C,   TUESDAY  MORNING, NOVK.VBER 3
1908.
m QUIET SESSION
idded to Pros' Register in
and Dewdney.
. , ,  -   ': :   tor    tne
, | sew v. estmini "���
Di ta  will now be
having held a
rday, when 123
fi  in..      Dew l-
ami    Delta,    23.
ni    Interest
. nion   with    the
added    i n    the
...   ���
Vntonlo \n -
LEAGUE WILL NOT Al LOW
SHAWMS TO TRANSFER
Such    Was    Decision   of   Committee-
Draw fer B. C.  Football  Cup-
The Junior Schedule,
V'e.-.
APPOINTED AS
ENT [OMMISS
QffM   feT'e-
COMFORTS OF KEEffleN���[WATER DOES DAMAGE
are mm mm     |N mm m
| Ministerial   Association  to   Look After
Spir,tua!   Needs   of   Trio   Cen-
demned to  Hang  Dec. 18.
.
��� ���
.
.;.
.
illt,    John    B.
WOl tli.    Francis
-
W'llliani      Ca
,   er, M- in-y Comer.
Clinton, William
���
George
'.un.-full.
Cadley,
...   Ill   ;el  ���  ,        ,
"      '    ���*��� ra  bj   v. .
'/er du      '" '   ���������     ���    een  la i  evening    when    ���;..     .   .     ,
league meeting ,,  ,, all, R .
fer ol Sh   .,
dub to the Rovers al-
''   ,;'    ���    -     -���
'"   :i;r '���'   Da\       who  represent, ,
Interests of the citj ,        railed
���ain a11'  '��� :"    'on.    With regard to
Davidson and McPh   I, ��� ���, had     ,
'''''' ���' *' '        . th >j  were re*
Qulr -d tn forward an >���-.
fore the ni ki
The i ian colli
���     ��� '���"��������� which wa     . fault. |    ,  ;,,..'
ri . wa     orden d  ti   -,. .
the colli.-.. in pa;
The  draw   foi   thi    it   r.   ,��� ,:,    .-,
i ulted:    All gan es to    e played Noa
-l, \\ estminster vs. Shamrocks
I). Lelth  ri in������.���-.  Nationals va   North
Vancouver;  Weslhani Island
tm explanatio
i       .     :   ... ���   ,,
��� an i V.  ���    ���
N. H. McQuarrie Will Be First Permanent Official Having
Control of the Assessment-City TYeasurership Wil!
Be   Filled   Two   Weeks   Hence       Columbia
Street Paving  Again Discussed.
N. H. McQUARRIE.
<���<���!-
James ,j,.s; Thistles a by<
Frank*
-���'������l!.l���r,
1 lie   new   assessment   commissioner  is a son of L. Mc- !
C^uarne,  belonp's to  a family well-known   in   this  city, and
i*   . D Ottawan  Ly  birth.     He  came  here   in 1889. and has |
been in the civic service Lor some   sixteen years, rising to tlie
chief p.ace tn tKe department which he now leaves.    He was
assistant to W. T. Cooksley and   A. E. Hill,   and upon the ;���;
resignation  of the  lafter  in   1897, became Treasurer.     His %
efficient control ofthe city e finances is acknowledged hy all. |
a';
���   ��� ....                    ..... a.-..... .-.._.,'._> am "c.-t:"-;",:;"-"--'--"-..- "...-���. "...���-...-.........���...,-.���'             . .';
���
'     -
.'. '. James
jig Doane.
oa,   Samuel
��� !  Douglas Good-
join   . Frederick     Percj
���.    .    : .l-'iii. Alie rt  Miint-
m Irwin
��� ��� on,
..;..,      -   ;   KevlS,
i't,   Hubert   beamy.
dren     W,   C.   Miller,
.
:.     i \i   ��� .
J. hn  E. Paton.
. .-    .        LlthgOW      She! woo 1.
& -��� i 'i. Qowan  Hm dun
am      st-'k'-s    Stuk'-s.
.. ., William Joseph      Th.
Joseph    Sawyers,  i. r(ja>
Swi icischl, Arthui   Roj   justici
Asylum  Reaurns.
,! i"" shows the num ���    ��� I
"" 'I*-. - >-| itildie hos;,ital for the
insan.- during nie inonth of October:
In hospital tit the t.eginning of the
nn.nth, ,:i*,7 male . i jn females; admitted during the month, :�� males, 6
females; discharged without probation, l male; discharged on probation,
7 males, -i females; discharged at ex*
i.i;-.-- .���!' probation, Id males, .��� females;
(Bed, - males; in hospital al the close
of the month, 366 males, 142 females;
on probation at th.. close of the
month, .'I males, 13 females; total under treatment at the close >.i me
month,   '.'"' males,  155 f< males.
An    it;,
i c uni ;;   v. ;���
ilu-. ���    ���.]...
cit>   treasure)
N.
��� ��� ting of thia * evening.
H    McQuarrii
.
Sherwood, Fred'
1   .i'MI.1-
\. alii
Vii   .an!' .   \. a's m
Delta.
.- d fi i  the    i" lta
���
Porl      Gulchon;
Tynehead;     Alfred
Cloverdale;    John
' - li ������.  Frank Gorgel,
Raymond   Leslu
*���'���������-   C'h   on;   James   Clark,   Ken-
���    ' harles Lunnln, Pori
S   Hicks, llaniston  la
.and:
Divorce Suit Granted.
38i rivil ease wi, heard ;..-s-
ii the assize, when Chiel
Hunu i granted a decree alsi
lo .Mrs chni Ity Harvi j from her hns
band, -lohn Hai vt j. The parties were
married In England in 1872, and
lh< re were eight chlldrt n. The n -
ondenl lefl her In 1886, and evi
dence wa. given thai tte had sta - I
with another woman as his wife at
the Winters hotel, Vancouver, on sev
era! occasions since, s. D, Schultz
��� ��� ired foi  Mis. Harvej
-.he
... a. appointed to the
position of assessment commissioner,
and his present post will ���, Ailed in
two weeks. Discussions of some
lengi li on the Co) ,.n i ; ! rei - improvements, Lulu isi..ai water, and
the condition of Eighth street ":i the
north sid,. took place.
Appointment Is Made.
The council went into committee of
the  whole  with reference to the ap-
polntmeni    of    a sessment    commls-
names of the applicants
city  one for  agn m-nt,  an!   suggested   a
\fter 3Ub-committee to mei i   the  repn sen-
tatives ol the clul s,
Aid. Henley said thi clul s ought to
-'I to ethei nd build a good pavilion.
At th. present time the park was
coming .. collection of hovels. As to
the application for a steam roller, he
thought it was of little use to the
i4i"oiin.l. as it only served to depress
the soil where stumps had been taken
out.
Aid. .Johnston thought the council
should make arrangements for all
clubs who wished to play, to have an
opportunity to do so.
A committee was appointed with
power to act consisting of Aldermen
(Gray, Garreti and Johnston, to meet
the representatives of the clubs on
the site on Thursday next, Aid. Gray
Intimating that he would see what ar-
rangements could be mad" with the
Wi si End lacrosse club as to the use
of their dressing room.
Columbia   Street   Paving.
A discussion,  which  wa..  breezy  tit
the    proposed
teting ol  ;.-.    property owners with
Entertain   Friends.
Mi.  and   Mrs.  C C.   Dunn, ol   Royai
avenue, entertained *�� pany of friends
al   their  residence   yesterday   evening,
iii.-  guests  Includln
i Drinkwater,  Hammond; |0( victoria, Capt. Cro!
���'   rt.nr.   i*l.uke.  Surrey   ('.litre.
Davis, Clayton;  El*
Duark, t'layton;   Arthur
��� Robert Gorran, Bel.
''':'' '��� - (iorran, Belmont; Leo
'':"   ���'"     l      ton;  Earl Lev) Hop-
'im lti    .1.    Wel.I,111.
li     Henrj   Fry,   Hani
A lenrj     Charles     Lewis
Langley      Pnalrle
���lohn Wi   .
Cl -
W Williscroft,
, Sid Croll, M'ss
O. Young; Mi-s. M- McKeen, Mies A
Croll ami C. Bowman, With the able
assistance of Miss Croll. who accompanied him "ii the piano, sid Croll
, ntertained the guests with a number
oi Sootch dances and Rings. Miss _���*..
Dunn also contributed to the enjoyment of thi ��� vening by tend
amii . i  of favorite Bongs.
IIII!.
Bloner.    'I b
were, in tin- oi lei road out, St. George
E Jeffery, J. H, Vidal, W. k_. Brown,
.i s Clute, Janii - Johnson, Harold
Disney, N. 11. McQuarrie, T. D. Caldi-
cutt, John B. Rusnton, H M. Leonard
iharrisi. r-ai-law. Vancouver), aud A.
Cuthbert, Vancou-< ���. who had ex*
menl work In Regina.    The   nam' ���   sui sful   iu   the
���   wen   McQuarrie, Rushton,  tjraes,  took  [dace on
, , . \ ..       i in cond bal.
lot McQuarrii received half the votes, j refert.nce ,,, ; , , ,. ,,, \a street im-
md !ii.-, name and Rush'.on's, as thej provemenii he mayor pointing out
ht'.'1 mosi rotes, wen tiiai.;. balloted tha, the council had gone to the exit with lhe resul thai Mr, Mc* ,.,,s,, ,, |)rovlding blue prints and
Quarrle received -:- - ������-��� ���nl he |jrofl)ea ,.,- ,iH, street, and very few
svas hi ' i] i t'.l-r-'-i elected as as- |)e0pje evcn ., l)k ,1)t_, [nterest to go
stssmeni commissioner. an.l  s, e  them.
I, was decided lo advertise for   the .
" Md.  lender  wanted  to know  If    the
position of citj  treasurer applicatlonslformation ^    ^^    ^
.��� ,���. In b3 n���v.  16, at 1125 s month I ^^   ^ ^   ^   ^
The mayor said the man chosen wouml ..   .  .   . ���. ,
1 ���"   "'*'- ,    (line   said it   had   always   been  under-
v,....   .0  be  a  first   class accountant.,
IIJW    ''   '*-'���' | stood   the  owners  were   to    pav   two-
���m,l   leiv      -nine   klH'Wli l\'A'-   of   mUnlCI-
l"1'   -'''v 'tlnrds,   and   the  city  one-third,    also
pel w"r1'- keeping the worl; in repair.
n  was exulained  thai  the tx-'nd ">v*<s i     .,,,., .,    ��� ,.
���'  u--     "i1**"1 i     \i,|   Johnston was    continuing   ihe
.rn.i   now um up by ihe city with a
d. bate when the mayor asked a. question whicli the alderman did not like,
Thi       gulai   'ie.ntal;.     meetin      ol
ilsti        ,,...::��� ion took  plai
: . moi ii ni   In   he vestrj o
Qui i ���    avenue Methodist church
'a .    ii.   E.   C.  Thompson,    M.A.,    oi
������'���'������    h .nil Sapper!   a, was Ini!
member of th ��� association and
dulj enrolled bj the president, Rev A.
Di  :  Owen.
Sen ci t : the ga .. were am |
as follows:
Nov.   8.���Rev.   A.   Di !!.   Owen.
Nov. 15.���Rev. W. II. Barraclough.
Xnv. 29,   Rev. H. Lennie.
I ii i   '..   Dr. Rugg.
The    ecretary,   Kev.   F.   A,   Magee,
was  requested  to notify the authori-
hai any nier-'.er of the association   will   a'-  glad   to   aci   as   spiritual
advisers   to    the    three    condemned
Ison       now  awaiting execution,
R solution were passed re-afflrm-
,:it- !���.'������ agreemeni formerly niiade as
to the advisability of not conducting
Sundaj funeri ls except in case., where
��� < Heal i Ivisor consider id it was
ilutely necessary. That congregations he asked to co-operat- in this
regard was also agreed upon.
.\ united Thanksgiving service will
be held on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 9,
at Olivet Baptist church at 11 a.m..
sermons by the Rev. W. E. Thompson,
M.A., of Knox church, Sapperton. The
offering will he devoted to th"
Children's Aid society of Vancouver,
as was the case last vear.
'Choked  Drain Diverts Torrent Into Celestial's Shop
-Other Places Flooded.
The choking i a drain ai i he
corner of Carnarvon and Mclnnes
streel early tliis morning diverted a
large volume of water Into a Chinese
store occupied by  Yam  Lue, a    con-
erabli   pon it.,  groceries and
stock ia ti-au. imaged.   Before
the i tructl which had lodged In
I the dra n could i n moved, the door
of ��� he Btoi i imerged to a depth
.������'.. .   .    othei  placi -  In
Chinatown wei e also inundated.
\ tew othei ton and busim ss
placi were ������ Hi ��� during the
night.
Yesterday the interurban car.
could not gel through between Col-
lingWOOd and Central Park, and the
passengers had to get out and walk
to waiting cars through mud and rain.
OWNERSHIP OF PIANO
IS   STILL   UNSETTLED
In the county court yesterday the
case of A. G. Cook vs. Cook and I_.ee
occupied all afternoon before His
Honor Judge Howay. W. J. Whiteside
appeared for Mrs. Cook, J, R, Grant
for John A. Lee, and Mr. Hannington
for plaintiff. The articles, which include a piano, sewing machine, safe
and several pieces of furniture, were
disposed of under a chattel mortgage
to Mr. Lee as security tor furniture
supplied to the rooms formerly rented
by Mrs. Cook in the Dominion Trust
_lock. The arguments in the case occupied all day. and ultimately the
hearing was adjourned till this morning.
.MAYOR  AND TREASURER TO
GET  PRACTICE SIGNING  NAMES
The successful firm of tenderers for
the city deb. nttires promise that the
city shall have the benefit of the
money as soon after Dec i as possible. Much lias already b.-en spent
on public works, being met b> an overdraft on the bank. The coupons, of
which there are 100 to each debenture t-SC!-."1"11 means that the mayor
and city treasurer will be kept busy
signing their names for some hours,
exactly how long is left io the statistical  reader.
J"1
guarantee company  for the treasurer.
resignation
tm.
���
���   ���
Langley
user,    Ladner
Ladner,
Dewdney.
Ci"l     Henry
Chisholm,
1   Milne, .lane .-
Milne,   .lohn
\l--\.
and
Price,
Daniel
Kvans.
will
Keari *":'
niaiiii'-; In
perfornu ���
Spen    Winter  In  California
John A   Wilson, ol  Clovi rdah
i,.;n,.  |a  the  ie ai   future  for  Sacramento, Cal . where he wlll Bpend same
time befori   ;   oceedlng lo Santa  Rosa
,���,���. the ie xl  few months.    Mr   Wi.sou
Tlmms.l expei I     o   ���    '"  '" ,!   r    *'"""   ���''"
Mi 01111    ���, ;,,,.: ng ol Man h, when he proposi s
going
lanes       I' i 111: -b .
mis  Henry   Llgli
.   William   Stu
togi ,. de C. Veali.
Collin,      Frank
Edward     Fnr-
.i.iii   business ut
Clovi rdale, hi    long  residence  iti the
Su] , ,   ,   ���     ���  | ,  lng w d] fitted bun   :
tor  il ttloi    ��� hich   he
taking up,
"
"' M.iiii].,
��� Lit
Kiddl,.     and
Joseph     Chrli I li.
Gordon  P. Spen-
llowland,    Alexander
'       ���    Henry   WInslade.
""iilll.m l��i
mder Graham Hea
tone    Frederick
P
���h'tiies Anthonj Clarke,
'.-'���  Curnew.
Hm           .lacks,,,,.
���l",'"   Willi;,,,,   ||,,,,|,.
��� lii'lngs    si mi, v Rob.
Henry Hasa
M   Stevenson.
Plnmmer
\\ bile   do    Ini   down    to    'N- < uin
.,,,,������ goods In a Columbia b
(.,,rv \   evening,
Duncan In some mannei
head Into violent contact with a heavj
counter,    Btisttiinlns.    Injuries    which
.,,.,. gitat'ftd her removal to the Royal
Columbian  hospital, when-    Bhe    ,v
clous for sevi ral hours,
Finally Mr, McQuarries re
u���  accepted  from  Nov.   10, and  he,
was asked to act temporarily till the
,���.w   appointment   was  mad.-.    Mayor
tlraony to the excellenl
a   \i-   Metjuarri- had 1 further   explained   thai   the  difficulty
,   ,,,tioa was   that   then-   wer*.   three   parts   of
1 j,,. presi ni  iiuu. "*���
, .*-.__,.., d-.,-u ';"' Improvement,   some   weiv  willing
Use of Moody Park.
,1        ,,���  ,.*    ,;    \i,..   :"   see   c u:     -idewalks     laid,    and
,,     ,  , .,,as consisting ��i  '- <���*��� *�����*���
i ,,   D.-oii   ireas-   uthers  the  sewer  and  sidewalks, ntul
.-.,,    , ,, .- i I   a',  at: ,   ,1.   .->i.l.        ���'���
Kov, ..��� football club, and  ega n   there   was  a.so  tha  paviug ol
r.   ,    \,.|,is-,-(i'i-' '''    street    .\!a:i\- of the owners were
!      A.   -MU.     ���    ���'
,  ,     tmblan college club,  non-resident,   who eared   nothing
. ..I, .  with reference j whai   was done,   jo  long as the.,   jol
square grounds    h 'Ir n   ���-
.,      (l,.;.r out of the dlffi-      "ii"     ��U��ei     ''    '     h"    '��� '      '
. ,   he Columbian jwl   the:     ,arg,   should be on
-a    on  the  i    ;������   -     wei
viewed, nn-l ai   length  it    was    di
d i.i ii   . : ��� he property owners on
Ue ifternoon  ol   Kov. 11,  InvJ atlons
, ,,,, ,' thai   the du i had   '     ���' senl out u n-resideni owners
..(1 pu1  th ���  livinS ���**��� lh(' province.
nd  h>-  replied thai   he did noi  come
there to be cross-examined.
Aldermen  Garret!   and   Fade,-    continued  the discussion, and the mayor
i.
...   ���
��� ���   '
Vllss     Ella
brotigiu  bi r       ������'   ���
; i i us.    he ; r< an
,1      i, faulting    a
Fader seconded a motion ihat 'he
works asked by Mr. Hubbard be
granted, and other construction ot" a
sidewalk as suggested be left to the
board of works to report.
Aid. Henley said they had Bpenl
$37,000 on improvements already.
Aid. Johnston claimed that they
ought to bear every application In
mind, and not reject them because
they ware short of money.
Aid. Johnston's motion was carried.
Deputation from  Island.
A deputation headed by .lohn F.
l: :;s waited on the council with
n fi rence to the difficulty of securing water on the city end of Lulu
[���si ind. Mr, Robert., said they had
no water al alii and they would like
the council to put either the city-
water in. or else let them have river
water. The cattle would not drink the
well water in the island. There were
a number of settlers in, and water
had been promised to be laid some
months ago.
_Ud. Jardine said the matter had
been looked into by Mr. Sott, and
passed by the council, the only difficulty being that it was proposed to
lay a four inch and not a two inch
main.
The mayor said the council was
providing for a tour inch main across
the bridgi. but something must _,e
done meanwhile, as it would be four
or five months before the bridge could [iin:\ Mrs. |.; \\*. Mclnnes, Mr. ,and Mrs.
be built. The council mighl pa a a j_ u Mclnnes. Mr. and Mrs. E. Oddy,
resolution thai the main ,e extended.UjrSi n. Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Leem-
Tiie matter was left  with the wau.'i*   :n���   \\r   ;lI1(|   Mrs.   Hickman,   Mr.  and
committee, with power to act. .-\;,-s, gait,  Mr.  and Mrs. Staley,  -Mrs.
Falling of the Leaves. McLaughlin  and  Mrs   Pride and    era-
Ald. Shiles drew  attention    tb    the    ;,, ,,,.   Royal city Mills.   D. Murchle
condition ol  the leaves on the    side   ,,,, tb��� undertaker.
pointing out how dangerous U  . j* '"%���
was  In the wet    weather,    and     .Id.
- ipporti ...    Mr. Fader had si en
vi   ai   ��   ..   ;,   fall   during   tne   laJ
ew   days
r.i.   iu ;;'  .-  was  left  to  the  police
,,   ii..   : ���      It i     ,ti a . ..i,. d  ; bat   I he
n 111  t."t it;   ' he own. rs of property   thej   inns;   i.e,-;, tiieir  sidewalks
eleai ol l< a ves,
Funeral of Joseph Marshall.
Joseph Marshall, late watchman at
the Royal City .Mills, whose death took
pLace last week, was buried yesterday
at the Odd Fellows' cemetery, Rev. D".
Rugg officiating. The pall-bear* is
were P. Feen.-y, H. Johnson, H. Innes,
A. Gregory, .1. Sharp and H. Benson.
Flowers were sent by Mr. and Mrs. H.
F. Campbell. Mrs. Cormick. Miss L*
Davis, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Gordon.
Mrs. Goorge t'rimston, Mrs. Hampton,
Mrs.   Hawkins.   Mrs.   A.   Hudson,
.Mr.
BOWLING
���a   cue
111. Oils,
SUPREM
.lam
E   COURT  CHAMBERS.
In   . ing room,
fhe club  woall      ' !l��* discussion In committee subse* Mosquito Fleet.
everj  Satur-   quently showed that If the work fails      Charles L   Davis wrote on behalf of
01-   junior   ;" be carried out undei- the local im-;,;   \\. Davis fi Sou with regard to thej
place    i" P*"ovemenl Bcheme the    resources   of Kasolln<  launches und other-boats, de-!
the council win not be exhausted, and . .,.,1,,,. ..i,,.,,, as a mosquito fleet, oc-
said  pro-1 application will be made nl the next cupying the ianding BtageB, to the de- j
Jenkins, for re trial. In  n
K *
In  r
the absence of Roberi  Cm
tor ih - crown, w. 0, McQuarrle's
plication on'hehalf of Jenkins was   ���
at Vancouver, a-
rairick Graghan for
I , occupying the groum
(luV, ,,i;,,,.|.  ror  the senior
,;, !  also wanted ���'
. i,  a ���
\|,-.    Ryall    followed,
vision   m"s'   '"-'  u,:u1''
V im ,0 practice. They could only get t.onal powe.
 rtunity on Saturdays to turn
, ,  l0 ph   . and he thought there was     ,,,���,...,, iiui,i,iti-,i attended the meet
park  for    ml ins   with   regard   to  improvement;.  Inlothei   boats   before  they    could
The resull of the game last evening
between Hale and Emery's team was
a win for Hub's team by 99 pins. To-
ilght's game is between Mackensie &
Gilchrist's a,,ms. Emery had the
blgflesl score, 166J and Harper ths
I esl average.
Hale's Team.
and
.-,���. the  s. iii-ir;s:!,il1"   or  the   legislature
addi*
M-iiiu nt  of  their
could   uoi  carry
for this morning
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hnbens corpm
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earn ��� to play.
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Finance and Civic Works,
rge Hubbard attended the
to  Improvement i
business, as they
heavy mill supplies
across a dozen or more boats, and
sometime ll would take hours to move
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BURNABY   COUNCIL.
The regular meeting of the council
was held ai the municipal liall on
Saturday, Oct, 31, His Worship Reeve
Byrne presiding, There were also
presenl Councillors Farquharson,
.Stride. Cliff, McKee, Anderson ani
Humble.
C, E Garden presented amended
plans on behalf of the B. C. Electric
railway of proposed alterations at
Central Park in accordance with council's suggestions and the same were
approved subject to a proper agreement being entered into embodying
tho council's conditions.
Mr, Johnson and Mr, Ladners were
present to know* what the council pro-
i>osed doing in regard to the closing
of the ditch through the former's properly and it w.as arranged that thu
matter should lay in abeyance until
some definite arrangement with the
B. C. Electric railway should be
reached.
The reeve reported receipt of
alternate plan submitted by Mr. Max
wii smith and the *-uiie was received
and Bled,
Communications.
From the B. c. Electric railway
acknowledging receipt oi drafl conditions which were '" accord with understanding reached ai the various
meetings,    Received and Bled,
From M c. Electric railway that
they were i,, communication with
their London board with regard to
the council's request for deed of strip
of land in block 9, D. L, 95. Received
and filed.
From B. ('.. Walker, J.P., requesting
us,, of ball for meetings of the provincial board of park commissioners
on the tirst Friday in each month. Request granted on the usual terms
Reports.
In connection with the abolition of
the ward system which had not yet received the assent of more than one
half in value of the assessed owners
it was resolved that a person be appointed to canvass the district and get
further names.
������Councillor Rumble reported that he
had arranged with Mr. (.'Brian for the
purchase of the thrity-three foot stri-p
of land along the Nelson road for the
sum of $150 and the matter was left
i In the hands of the clerk to  prepare I
' deed for same.
!     The council   passed    the    following1
accounts:
Provincial  exhibition, $liiu:  Centralj
Livery  ��  Feed stable,    $1.50:    li. C.
Electric   railway,  $2.88;   News-Adver-1
| User,    $2.00;    G.  A.  Roedde,  $29.25;!
North Pacific    Lumber    Co..    $12.15;!
Bank of Montreal, $300; Dr, Jeffs, $5; I
William Heven.   $50;    J,   <;.    Keefer,
$16.75;  C,  Burohell, $75;    A.  Ahblss,
j $79.60; R. Penny, $26.50; A. Parkinson!
and F. Laspoundaeries, $45; Geo. Ver-!
non.   $14.63;   Ceo.   Davies,     $6o;   W.
Whiting, $75;     T.  Cherry,    $150;    A.
Meads.   $20;   Peter  Dubois,   $100;   J.
Moon, $10; G. Bulman, $50;    T. Fen-
wlck,    $25.25;    (!.   W.   Hardy,    $18;
Ledger &  Dow, $290;   Fred Dow, $40;
F.  W.  Hunt. $26;   Eli  Lander, $22.1:!;
F.   Muttitt. $16.75;   A.  Redda.  $43.50;
E.   Scuff I.  $47;   H.   Blaine.  $17.50;   F.
Capon. $���'���:  North Pacific Lumber Co.,
$8; C. Brown, $11;  M. O'Briane, $50.
The council then    adjourned    until
Saturday. Nov. 14, at 2:30 p.m.
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
N'o   5,   Too  Proud  to Beg
Nov, 12.- -We Ate King.
.Nov   13.���Montana Llraltea
Nov. 18.���Hip Hip Hooray.
Nov.   20.���Willard   Mack.
Nov. 23.   ln Wyoming.
Nov. 26���-The New  Dominion.
Dec. 2.���The  Lion and the  Mousfa,
Dec,  3.���Little  Johnny  Jones.
Dec. S.  -The  Devil.
Dec. 9.���Arizona.
Dec, in.���Th,- Texas Co,
Dec. 16.���Why Girls Lea,,- Home-
Dec,  21.���50  Miles From  Bo3ton.
Dec.  24.���Babes   in Toyland
Dee.  25.���Sandy   Bottom.
Dec.   29.���The   Great Divide.
Dec.  30.���Florence Roberts
Jan. 1.���Si Plunkard.
Jan.  5.���Her   First  False   Step,
Jan. 6.���Shore Acres.
Jan. 11.���Cripple Creek,
dan.  15.���Theodore  Lorch.
Jan. 25.���San Aantonio.
Jan.  28.���Devils   Auction,
Feb. 11.���Brewster's Millions
Feb. 13.���Jane Eyre.
.March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
March 10.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
April   2.���Mar-rvinG   Mary.
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ADVERT.SB       �����
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
Ir YOU War. a Situation.
rinyTlMTS1lTl"ain8 & St9amen
<&l"*-'_ ftidWi* -J".: it c     r i
fUMS*       I For Sale ���:���
'*'���* ���Ui'   ,    <���   _���   a *..'-.,::a-'.. ,.-'..-',.-',.'',.-.,'*..-
To Rent -:- Etc. ��|
,,"ii'it"i,".t'r-.'it���.r:,.".,"lt''.t"n:'*t.'h?
WILL J. B. please call for letters.
'OR  RENT���Furnished housekeeping
��� ������ ms clo ... in; beautiful view;
furniture for sale. Enquire room 7,
Burt block.
WANTED���Board nnd room In private
family by young man. Apply A. this
office.
WANTED���Pupils for violin and mandolin; fees moderate. _. Idresa
Box  !**T, City.
FOUND Small boat adrift, neai
Westminster bridge. Owner can
have same bj proving property and
paying for this notice. Apply on
board steamer Flyer.
WANTEI>���Girl  to  assist  with    light
housework; good wages.   Apply be-j
tween  12 and 1  o'clock noon, A. W.
M-l..,'! Insurance office, Armstrong
block.
C.P.R.   .MAIN   LINE.
Li ave New Westminster .vjh.
11 :20, 15:20, 17; 12 and 22
Arrive cit New Westminster 10:17,
12:25, 16.27, 18: 15 aad 2.1
1REAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 n.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:15
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:10 a.m. , ar. N. W. -1 p.m.
Lv. Seattle 1:28 p.m., ar, N. W. 9:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:30 p.m. ar. N. W. 6:20
| a. m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Leave New Westminster 3:50 p.m-,
arriv Gulchon 6 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
Leave duichon 6:30 a.m., arrive New
Westminster 8:45, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
V..   W.  &  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 6:20 a.m., I! p.m., and 9.55
p.m.
i.v.  Yaueouver 8:35  a.m.,  I p.m. and
WAN! ED   a ulci   Japanese boy whe
rstands English, wants position] n:30  p.m.
se   work.   Japanese   No,   1
Sapperton, He Asa. B* c- ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
��� .  I    Leave New Westminster 5:50, 6:20
50,
VANTED���Nursing, or daily work by
; woman,   Apply Box OU".
Furnished bedroom.    Apply
I 19  D   kenson street, the Crescent
WANTEDGood  plain    sewing    neatly
Apply Mrs. ,i. Simps n, Ash
t, P. i). Box '���' 17,
WANTED���White waitress; good wages. Apply to West End restaurant.
6:50, 7:20 and 8 a.m., and every half
bour thereafter til! 11 p.m.
Lv.   Vancouver   tor   Westminster  al
".:.".  6:50,  7:20  and   half hourly  till
(11:30 p.m.
WHEH YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is ths best value, because It is pure, nutritious and very economical
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
POR QUICK RETURNS.
.    r, *,       M   I Mail Servic-ft
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.     Following are the hour
aad ^val ol malls at thel.*'
��� .ittit;  Columns
Bervice
'oast   '_ln��
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
,1        v, ���Ja'Ctl
  tlie N'eu n,
-""���mr pos, office, the l,,,,,. 'v"
.each ease being th,   hour i   ,    ,8
which is half an 1, ��� closi,-S.
tore   t!
"" ' ""   A" man.
(actual  ,|,   ,,,
.utiles,, othenv
ied and
ise   ���
receive,! dailj
I The only mails d,.,
' "v"'   Suadav
Victoria leaves Vancouver j ceived Sunda) are thei
and C. P, R. easl In:iil,
and
it.
.-.ihii'i
malls    ��       QOt including
malls    sapperton,   ,
Ithe    way
1 Mills and Coquitlam,
Mails  Despatched.
! v,6:00 a"ni' ,l!'i" euo'cio,
the  previous night)    Vancouver
G.  N.  It.  -Owl." *
"No man ever discovered that he
had made a serious mistake by
saving money."
Cold Weather
does not affect INTEREST. It work, night and day���it cannot
freeze. Get interest at work for you ��y opening an account
TODAY In our SAVINGS DEPARTMENT.
A Man Who Is Worth While
takes no unnecessary risk and loes not put hla money into
everj scheme presented which promises large returns; rather
i, he satisfied with absolute securltj fo both principal and Interest such as is .afforded in-
Ihi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
There is no unnecessary red tape allowed to enter into the
transaction of business with our customers Our theory is thai
time  is  valuable to all Concerned.
We offer every up to date facility [or pr m itness and wish to
do business with yon.
DO IT NOW���DON'T DELAY.
N'esv Westminster Branch.       p.   B.   LYLE,   Mgr.
Interest Added Four Times a year
(1:30   a.m.���Vancnuv, 1
Tuesday) Victt
;iQl-  (except
via B  C  Electrtc
10:00 p ni. daily ,-xcept Sunday.
VAN��0UVER-V'CT0RIA  ROUTF-
Princess Victoria leaves Vancouvei I
dally except Sunday  at  10  p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
Princess Royal at 9 a.m. daily ex-
ept Tuesday.
VANCOUVER-SEATTLE  ROUTE
Steamer Princess   Royal   leaves    9 | railway,
a. m. daily except Tuesday for Seat- j    Sumas and Seattle, Including al| ,,
tie. Is- P��lnta ea8" and BOuth, aud pointa
On Sundays leaves Vancouver 9 a.m, between N'ew Westminster and liu
for Seattle via Victoria. ingdon, B.C., vLa C. IV it. b0Uth   ���.'
,c 1. H. east, Sapperton   _.,<i   p
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTE , Mn,s ' dm   f
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor  " ,sAfJ .. m.__IJ1;(iuu aud
N-w Westminster every Tuesday and eluding all U. 8..pointt easl JTI it'
Friday, when business offers. also all points between ^wZ
. ster and Blaine, vie (;. n. \i
Note.- Cloverdale and district (Clo I
ver Valley, Sumy Cen n   Elgin \
via and Kensington   Prairie)   ij.
ra.-er
Leaves New Westminster on Wednesday and  Saturday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Teet B_
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 7th, 14th *nerei ���*>ort Kells, Hall Prairie and
and 20th of each month :or Clayoquot, Nicomekl despatchi d [all; except Sw
Mosquko Harbor and way ports; 7th day; Clayton, Monday, Tuesday
of each month for Qtratslno and way   Thursday  and    Satu Tynehead
ports; 20th of each mouth for Ahcuset,  and Do,, Accord, Wedne daj  md Saturday.    These mails    .     in re
same days as despatched.
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria anil
.Central Park, via B. C   Electric rall-l
way.
12:,*i0  p.m.���Straw ��� ;;     Hill,   -limj
berland   and   South We tmlnster, bj
courier (Tuesday and I
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby,!.-.
2; un p.m.���Burqultlai courier,
!
Easterbrook   Niillino   Company,
Eburne,   B. C
FLOUR
imperial	
Hungarian Jewel
Terminal �� .
S7.00 per brl.
$650   "     "
$5.50   "     "
UARRIE &..C0.
FLOUR AND PEED .MERCHANTS
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports
VANCOUVEH--NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves  Vancouver  l:l_0   p m- dally,
t except   Sunday.    Leaves  Nanaimo  at
a. in.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
_.___���!     Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar-
��� rives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
Leaves  Nanaimo Saturday 2 p.  m-;
arrives  Victoria 9 p. iu.
S.S.  Queen  City   leaves  Vancouvei
7 p.m.   Sunday;   arrives   Nanaimo   11
! ;>.  111.
RIVERS   INLET, VAN  ANDA,   LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
Trom Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednes-
!--  day, from  Vancouver  10 a.m   following  day  for above  and  Intermedlati
Returning to Vancouver Sunday    afternoi n;     Victoria     Monday
morning, via  Ladysmith
NORTHERN  B. l_.  ROUTE.
6.S,  Amur.
���     Leaves Vancouver 2nd and  Lfith 0
(very month at S p.m.
LT  RIVER
I Beaver���
From   N'ew   Westminster   Monday
Wednesday ami Friday.
,'    Faom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thur laj!
! ind Saturday.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westmtrs.i-. Telspt-.one 333.
La ." J *���
15 p.m. C. PI
���
Sent#0n Approval ' \
To REsi'o.vsiBt.a People ��� s,*1���^
Laughlin ^
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
&he Ink Pencil
Vour Choice of
$
Thist
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
Bi Incti
SOCIET,E8.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODbE, NO. 27.���
The regular meetings of this lo.lgt
are held in Oddfellews' hall Colum
bla street, every Monday eveniuj.'
at 8 o'clock.
For   re-Se/THtlons   ami   Inrormatlon
'all or address
KO. OOtfLET,
Agent. New WestminRfor
C. R. FOSTFR.
Asst. Oen. Pass   .\Kent. Vancouver
J. W. TROUP.
General Superintendent, virtorlni
K. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No.
���Meetings the first and third Tues*
day in each month. Visit.int
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hrtli. Odd
fellows'   Llock, Clarkson  itreet
COURT BRUNETTE, No. *IC99, I.O.F
���Meets the Fourth Friday in' tin
month at 8 o'clock. In the smnl
hall, Oddfellows' block.
iv
-i\
WANTED-
oni -.
nurse
;;tl
Mrs.   Dr
^^^^^ ADV1CKTISF  ^^^^
��� IN  ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
To  INCREASE  Your BUSINESS.
V E S T M I N S T K R EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management,
266 Columbia street, Phone 366, P.O
box *."7. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, free of
charge, Branch office, 107 Cordova
street w��t, Phone A 2750. Vancou- j
ver, R. C.
  i
Japanese EimicyMt Age icy!
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   snd  Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEcEY   STS., j
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.        '
Dhone   431- H. O. Box  885.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Trade Marks
DqniGNs
CopvniGHTs Ac.
AiiTonidPnrtliiir nfkoteli and doner! nt I rir,i����
jmlokl* .infiortain our opinion r. ne * hei liar an
nvmin.m niirohni ,��,���.(,., -��|   .       mmunlcfc
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Patent* takan tbroort Munn * Jj. reuuiVs
*rt,uii notices without obama, intSo 9
Scientific Bmcilcait.
A JuindMnimy UlOatrated ��,'����� .ly    r..ir._...<, eir
MUNN & Co.3610" sj��*. New York
Illustrations are Eiact Sii9
Hvery pen sni u intec !
full 11 Kt. bclia Gold���cm    ���,   ��
on n^fu liaml may l>e hu<\    ffQn   \
in    cither   oui    ^taiicl.ii !    jmEjl ;��
np;i in'**  pattern.   01   i,Wsm'\
Nt.ri :.:    il. ,'(>   Ti:*n-p  '   /J8B; M
'tit      1-.  ri- -nni,  e..h ���:   ,:i  "'��� ~*
plain or engraved finiih i.��
1* pn terrea.
. 1 ���    4  'ii-'-k,
if,       . 1 -t 1 '.���; 11 .-1 'i n ��� i.t-���!
A |..-tt-T   nrtu <*} tt) in   v .
fur�� for ���> ��� nt 1   i* ���
1 -K   f rn   ����� j other 1   ..
Oiiti r<-\)   Ifttllfll tOI     1;. ��� 1
��if> 1 return It an I �������� .
you 11.10 ior It.
Cor 0* li
pufMjUr R��u Una Ii     :
,   ui).. ite l-tm proof trim
i^j curried   In   eny i   ��� ���        i
pook*t of ihoppi 1 * ia, v tii , ,i
I ����>-   angle r��t frit t-   ���
1 --im   (iprlng)   t- t.   I- '
I  rep.".   U-irn 01 Hi   Rl 1 -���!���. |
��� vxprywhim  for I    ���>      Aienti
wnntp-l.   U'rilo f,,r termi,    ft    tfl
I    now    '* loll  J   r;   f',f.-.-t "       ^ |   . .-
!��� Laughlin Mfg. Co_��|j
���'^5     Ml|ntl0 8ldg .       |j
Octroi!. v,  ,
uAi.D   OF  TRADE
"���!* Board ol  T
Board Room, City Hall
Third    Thur.,.la.     of
Quarterly   meetings
Thursday    of    February,
Annus' and  November, at  f)
Annual    meetings    on    the
Thureda       nf    February
New   w ���   .,���,���
meel    ,;, the
as follows;
���  ''i'   month,
on   the   third
May,
p.   ra.
third
New
Iip
 """"s     '"   nronoBHd   ,.���,(
''" '��� ' *" .in;,  monihlv or -��� rfer|,
meel :.t:.     ...  !���.. v\ bite, S, ,.
eRATERNAL   OROER   OF   EAGLES
Aerie \o. 20���Meets every Tuei 1 ���
evening at 8 p. m., in the Bag!
hill,    Columbia    street.    A.   Cla
W. Pree.;  fl. Schofleld, Secretarj
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS  OF  TEre
PERANCE  meet   every  YVediiei-da
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellov.
hail, Colum'.da Btreet,
���ONU OF SCOTLAND dENEFIT A,
80CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLE'
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the FIrHt am
Third Tuesday of every month ',
K. of P. hall.   Chief W. Sutherland.
I, O. O. F.���Roy.n City Looye. No. .
���Meets in Oddfellow;.' Hall, Col
umhla Street, every Friday eveclu?
at 8 o'clock, Visiting brethren wi';
bo made welcome. ... K. Gilley
N. G.; C. E. Osborne, P. G-, record
lng secretary.
F08E OF COLUMBIA LODGE ~
115, SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
Red Roue Degree meets Second ; n.
Fourth Vv'ednesdtiv of each month
In K. of 1'. Hall, ���"-'.lumidn St., a
8 p. m��� White Rose Degree, Fotirtl
Wednesday in ouch month, sam,
time and place.
OTHER     FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. !). A
K. and A. M.: King Solomon Lodge
No. 17, A. V. and A. M.; L O. L
No. 1160; L. O. I... N'o. 1593; Cou-
Sapperton, No. 4GS.I, 1. f>. F.; C. 0
V��� Court Westminster, No :!"."
Brotherhood of Ow's, Neat No. 29;
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Ev?rr 0*v in thr Ye_.v
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE     NORTH-WESTERN,     LTD.
Embodies the newest    and brst idea.*
for    COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.
uid   LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with
10th   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly    illuminated    train    in    the
world.      The   equipment   consists   e'
private   com partment   mr.,   jtandar
tfi  section   sleeper--,   luxurious  diniti
car, reclining  chair cars   (seats   free
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet    I-
brary and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  aoi
further information  call  on  or   writ.
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. SeaH'e. W��.<h
2:30    p.m   Ladner,    Port
Westham I land an I Su
excepi  Sunday; Won I.-
Thursday and  Saturda; ti imei
Favourite, Capt. J, C. B .-��� .. I
ton mall despatched an I reci        . :|
Vancouver.)
Vancouver and Pl| ,1
N. lt. north,
i: 00���Vancouver and B irnaby
via B. C. Electric rallf.        -       I
an extra mail Is di to Vl<|
���a.irlti via \'.nn ouver al
Blain,. and Seattli \
S. points east and soul
"Flyer."
i; 15 p.m, -C. P.
.'  1       Mills au 1 Co
N --.-.   The two 1
-"���ith and ���
all  ,'..:ti       from    '.
east   i lm ludlng
via Port Haney.)
R   despatch  omits  all   ^^^^
points easl  1 I  Coqu
Meadows, Port Hani ..I
Webster's     Corn.
Agassiz and Harrison    Hol   ���-       I
.Mails  for  Port  Mend.      I      '
both via Vancouver and C V. R m>���
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Uiaine an I - 1 ��� - P
eluding ail U, S. points, 1 a G v :-|
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 ��4n.���Strawberr; ii
Tlmberland   and  South   Westmii      .
by courier (Tuesday and Friday!
8:20 a.m.���Vancouver and Victo j
via B. ('.  Electric railway. '
11:30 a.m.��� Vancouver,  via G. N n
10:00   to   11:00  a.m. - l-idner, Port
Guichon, Westham Islai I   T'"
day,  Thursday and Saturda  I   Woodward, via steamer Favo
ton despatched and rei    ved via Vancouver. ,
10:30 to 11:00 a m.   C   P  '���'���
Sapperton. Fraser Mills an l
lam.
1 ;00 p in.    Vanco iver,
and Fraser Arm.
1 ;30 p.m.   Easl Burnab.
2:30  p.m.���Burqultlam,
3:30 p in.    Blaine  an I  Seati
eluding all r. S. poln" .
between Blaine and New -' ���  '
via G.  N.  R.    (See  1
days  011   which  thi
patched and received 1
via
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
A'so to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Tim" Tables, etc.. adcirc.ss
GEO. W. VA'uX.
..B.istant C.n'l PasBenger and Ticket
A rent.. 185 Adams St.. Chieairo. III.
I: ir,  p.m    Vancouver v
"Flyer."
6:20���Vancouver and V     ��ria,
B. C. Electrio railwa.1.
0:30 p.m.- Sumas and   Si ittl
eluding all U. S, points in 1   ���   '
: tween Huntingdon and Se* We tu
ster, via C. P. R. south; also C. 1*
east and Fraser Mills.
"The Milwaukee"
"The   Pioneer Limited"  St  P*"11  ^
Chicago,   "Short   Line'   OmaM   ,
Chicago,  "South    Wes.    Limited
Kansas City to Chicago
No   trains   in   the   .ervice   on  a-]j-
railroad   in   the   world  thai   ''.'.,
equipment that of tbe Chicago,
waukec   ft  St.   Pan)   R��1wtY���     ���J
Own  and  operate tbe,r own        P
and .'iniv -:rs on alii their t������    f
give   V.i    -'trom an excellence
,ervi.;   ,.   >btain?We eliewh����-   t
,M Third St.. cor Alder ^tl^d. Or jESDAV
N0V. 3, 1908.
THE DAILY NEWS.
THREE.
CUSTOMS OFFICIALS.
Knowledge Is Power
pint; ������
tier who handles
"p"    ,s�� Brand
A -"���
ii*
I
..-;...__-.-_-..-.
,    .   ������     - :���     re      Brai     '
��� Kt ������
ii     nim     and yi ti
ledge   of   where*
and vll ' ' ; :,lA'. l!lal **s a P��w :'
s .,       . ��� j aud bring lasting
���'4
y  t^KEss
Sold and guaranteed by
REID & CO.,  New Westminster
i&&*a**m \amVm*��&
m ���g
,HEN
..    ed Stock.
SeedsAI'��"ces* Plants,
,    GARDEN
IRVATORY.
���
rcasi 'ti   de
,ri ra,   i c ile   oi
i ,     ock. No
���..,.- "it.
.    ol fi 'lit trei s
..    fall    trade,
,.. .  Plum    and
. Vpple, in leading
mall    fruit
��� ni'. grown and
on trom bear-
Bulbs tor fall
ma. s       ��� ���   ;
Buy    direct
thai grows.
Bee     Supplies,
,1      I ils, Cut    Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
3013   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
N n , ry South Van-
iver.
-  MADE IN CANADA
'���Ji   ���'
f    England    Called    the
19>>*��� J  and   Helpful.
'- no country where the mat*
from Americau passen-
" easy nnd so expeditious-
,  ��  l!        a England, savs the Travel
���   Of course it is a free trade
lhe rrecst iu the whole world,
evled cu tobacco nnd
1   travel, rs   are   allowed   a
ll"i of tobacco In anj Bh ape and
; Iut of spirits, which also in-
��� I-     Sugar   is   dutiable,
grain, sweets or in jam, but
'I 'amU.v  Is freely passed.   Iu
however, these goods must be
; property ni" Hie passenger
use and control.  Cocoa,
! ('*"'-v ������: also dutiable, as are
English bookS.   Outt Ide of
���'���'' '��� ��� i named, passengers can
Id   anything ��� motors,   cycles,
horses, i ;��� Q0| dogs, which animals a
'���"> to exceed six mouths' quarantine
awaits.   Keep dogs on the American
Bide. The ��� ustoms officials are life appointees  under the civil service���and
will be found most obliging and help-
In fact tbey are a model to the
customs world,   Tell tbe truth at all
Mi '    '   Ibi  . officials and you wlll lie
'���   right,   They arc marvelously keen
��� ot. spotting the supposedly smari liar.
, Lying doesn'l pay "annyhow, Hinnes
��y!" nl home or abn ml.
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflee  'Phone  18s.      Barn   'Phone  137
Columbia   Street
;   TESTATORS" LAST WISHES.
Stance   Requests   Regarding   tl��� .   Ar-
���"angerrent of  Funerals.
Sir James Colquhoun's desire to be
1 burled ln full eve:, ng dress costume ,
;.  ��� Ils, Bays the Lh ndon Standard, eu-
i rlous lasl wishes of other testators.
George Herring directed thai his remains should lie beneath a sundial at
tl '��� Haven of Rest, Maidenhead. Queen
Victoria planned the entire programme
fo   her funeral, ev*�� ebo sing the music  to be played, the anthems  to l-e
!
A couple of months afro a yonii;-' lady
wh.. died at Relgate on the eve of her
wedding was burled lti her bridal
dress, the friends who were (o have
1 been her bridesmaids attendlnc tbe
funeral in tlie gowus -which they should
iave woru at tbe weddlns and carrying
tn place of wreaths the wedding bouquets.
More singular waa the funeral of
Ma.lor General Algernon Stewart at
Haseombe. Surrey. The coffin was
drawn to tbe grave by the dead man's
horse. The mourners walked, and the
bearers wore old fashioned smocks,
each wiih its collar adorned witl. a
text. The same men appeared in thel
motiruinif garments at tbe church serr
're ou tbe folic****-;..* Ba_U__g
OLD LEATHER.
Baggage    li livered   promptly   to
any  part or the city.
Nurseries
���_____________���___���_������
TENDERS ^2^ an^ Heavy Hauling
:
I ���
*
IS ���   ;.
d     to    the
' SI d 'I -tei'   t   ���
Vernon,   ll.  C.,'
lis   off ici     until
- .       N'ovembi r    20,
...ii ui a publi*
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
c
'OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
���'���:.,
D,
POSTCARDS
.,������������ n to the |
V ;.���,., ARE  NOW  ON   SALE  AT
Person.* tendering ar.. notified that   M. MOREY'S stationery store
Wwlll not he considered  unless1 j.   G.   GAMON'S  CIGAR    DIVAN,   F.
���*��* thi   printed   torm   supplied, MACKENZIE'S   DRUG   STORE   and
JJitaed ��*lth their   actual    aigna    ���THE FA1R,. Columbia Street
.....
1-ac:i   ���: ������    musl   be ai companied I '
���eqii , s chartered  P-O.BW 4T4.       Tel. B8.        R*s.  .'_<���
h   to   tl tder ofl Eitimates   Submitted.
' !i":-* ���    ���  ihe Minister of Public "��-����� 7
,:, ,���,,. ,,,���. (10 pcr       ..Westminster..
iraouni of  the tender   l-*^*., llfABUC
m ) >      IRON    WORKS
JOHN   REID    Proprietor.
Manufacturer, oj
��� ���tc the work con*
���;,  tender  be  nol   ac-  Wrought   Iron   Gates,   l-ence.,   Crest-
i���. returned in98'  Balcony  Railings, and
������������  ���.it bind it ��� F,re   Eacapee.
' ' '        General Machine Work and
VP   TESSIER,
Sec' It.!'
". "r:,s   fi
111 for this
lusi ri   it   with
��� tic  Ilepai mi nt,
BLACKSMITHING
Office and  Works:
Tmitii street,  ���   New Westminster
f'.OFEbSIONAL.
V/        'ANSKORD.    Barrister
etc., Crescenl block,
il      McKenzli
.,-  f\i
Btreel
A.*J^LLER.    BARRISTER,   S(
;,        ; ��� ���    12   Lorne   Stree
--,.     ,,. ������    New   Westlldl
b 'it
���
���    IR)
V''   I   tt.1
    -v   ISUMOND8   I'
;        * -lUdtor, Blackie
,,.. New    WeBtml
���    U    111..a- ;,,
Blk.,
nator,
the        &
ta   Whleli   Iiii, iiirte.l    Boot!   and
SUo.-**  Are Put,
Old boots ami shoes of  leather are
I cut up Into small pieces nnd then are
put for two days imo chloride of sulphur,  the effect  of  which  is to  make
the leather very liard and brittle.
When this is fully effected the material ia withdrawn from tbe action vf
the chloride of sulphur, washed with
water, dried and ground to powdet.
It i.s then mixed with some Bubstance
"bnt will cause it to adhere togethot
such as shellac or other resinous mate-
��� rial or even g,,od glue, and a tbic^
solution of stro.ig sum.
It is afterward pressed Into nml,1,* tc
form combs, buttons and a variety of
other useful objects.
Prussia!? of potash Is also made out
Of old leather,    lt is heated with pearl
ash aud old Iron hoops lu a large pot
The nitrogen aud carbon form eyano
gen and then unite with tbe Iron and
potassium.    Tbe no1ril^��  portions  ars
dissolved out and thflresnltlng salt.
- added   to  oue  of  enenT produces  th��
well known Prussian blue, either fei
| dyeing  purposes  or as  a   pigment.���
j London Boot  aud  Shoe Trades  Jnui-
aal 	
A lin-il,(fi-.I Compliment.
Although Mr. Hobbs was taken a*
hlS face value by his son and heir,
there were times wheu tlie youthful
William's admiring tributes euibar-
l-assed his parent ln the famllv group.
"I had quite an encounter as I came
borne tonight," the valorous Mr. Hobbs .
imnounced at the tea table. "Two meu,
Bllghtly Intoxicated, were having ��������
quarrel on the corner. As usual, then,
was no poll eiitau in si^hf. nml they
were In a fair way to knock each oth"
ers brains out when I stepped between
and separated them."
���Weren'l you afraid, father?" askeo
airs. Hobbs In * quavering voice.
"No, indeed! Why sb'nild I lie'.'" In
quired Mr Hobba, Inflating hla chest
"J, ja'ui'ss tiiero isn't anybody could
knock any brains out of my lather!"
tald Willy proudly.- -Touiu"�� Companion.
A llrt. of laziness Is Its own reward.
A coal of tan is often an exvejisive
piiit "i ' lothlug.
nee jiit vot/fi
mm i mi wifkl
ITS -MJUMI I
JTltl���MMUt
Edmonds,
W J? 8   McQUARRIE,   MAURIS-
'"���"���.   Offices, Ne*
1     ��� *' 1-       'I- ,      ,
'     "
P    Block,    cornel
ILL
FOR SALE BY
HARDMAN I ii
A  Hardman,    A.James.   J. McClughan
PLUMBjNCi
and"rTeATJJ^G
~--^_^__^ oe stn .-ts.
^ ;    ���^mItTn. ,...rri
chon block
Ichon
Ireel s. N
Colum
.* Went
Front Street   Trust Blocl
���*ffy*.
Think twice before you do a menu
thlm; and then ask some one else te
do it.
The more you think about some people lhe less you think of them.
He who thinks no evil fat lutfky In Mi
��ivlroiuu��>ut
SDl/TH W��ST/n/ffSTm
a-lta-l    I   I    ���_,-���._���.��� _
-���PL/r/r���
���*��- or suffoiv/s/orv or���.
-���LDT*7W.MXi_SlC36,rf��'4S��C25:m0rS��^S��C85J^/r/yi,S3rj2.'
Thi   , rooi of the pudding is ,,.  the eatli It, and to judge from the way the 5-acre blocks in our
-.'   itminster  subdivision an  being go bled up, the investing public recognize a really good thing
thej    >���   it. il<;
My  lol   ;- ,i  peach!" sai: one man who bought about two weeks  agi.., and only examined his pur-
;..;  the first time yesterday,   'and I would not take double what 1  paid for it.    You do not say
enough  aboui   youi   splendid subd ;..    it  Is  by far tbe best thing advertised in any of the pa-
am going to make a horn., on my o-acre farm and will commence building right away. I consider
ere will        i very shorl   time,  he just as valauble as auy along     the     Vancouver-Westminster
Thi  . two ol   he  nianj   complimentary references  to our 900-acre subdivision, and go   to
thai  oui   si  tements are based on l.u; and will bear Investigation,     as   for   instance,     when  we
b at, ' Chilliwack  tram  tuns through and has its first fixed  station  in  the centre- of tho
. ropi .;. il will ' found exactlj as we represent. Wi make this point to offset if passible the bed effect ol si.it. ments ci culated In an effort to sell certain other lands, thai tlie new tram line runs
through them, when, a t ma ter ol fact, an old discarded trail iin.. ls the only thing In evidence, and
the adopted route, when- actual construction is rapidly advancing, is miles away. This sort of thing
dues no good and bringa dis redit  on  thi   perpetnatoi   of  the canard.
All the other excellent and  variously  named orchards, gardens and apple groves   are    all right In
their way and place, but are not in the same class with ours.   This is conceded hy all.
Our principals have control ... all the good land al the South Westminster end of the Chllll#ach
tram line, and it is here thai tii'- wise on.s are now investing, recognizing thai our choice Buburban
villa sites possess sol] admii aid;- suited to irui' culture, and can b0 purchase,! for $100 per acre t.>
same price asked  for 5-acre    locks  situated from   10  to 20 miles dlstani from town.
I
Our subdivision lias onlj been on the market e, few we, ks, um during thai short time wi
posed of ovei   300 acres.   This facl speakj  for itself.
have dii-
l! fruit  farms are woi th $100 ;���
i.. miles from towu, whai   should  they be worth  two  miles
where   you
mv,- all the conveniences of cit;   life?    Thl   Is the waj  the question is   '��� ng I ,-���
11 red   "
aiiil   Ihi    ;..-ul;   ;     ier..   much  in o ,.   favor.
1 lon'i pui ���; off, bin ' nc    Ighl ae.;.-   and  I ���������������  .    .1
numbi r to Iel   go ni    in VVhe;       mi    commeni
V'-f   Cl I
Vu.
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Wc ������ ���  . ...
11  adv: n. i
.
Our carriages go over eve ���; day.
half an hour to drive over.
Anv hour will suit us.    It akes
inion Trust Co,
om1
LIMITED
T. R. Pearson, Manager
New  Westminster,  B. C.
f
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Also for sale at HALE BROS. & CO. and
PACIFIC REALTY CO.
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THE DAILY NEWS    )
Published by the Daily .News Puh-
Usbiug Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
street.*. New  Westminster.  B.  C.
C.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
TUESDAY,   NOV.   3.   1908.
A   REVIEW.
(From the Victoria Times.!
The prediction of Sir Wilfrid
Laurier in a telegram to Hou. William
Templeman that his government
���would be sustained by a very large
majority has been fulfilled to the letter. The Prime Minister is too big a
man to lend his great name to an
election cauard, and it would have
boon to the advantage of the people
ot tliis coast had the doubtful ones
reflected upon that fact. It should he
remembered that Sir Wilfrid Laurier
ii. n statesman; Mr. Borden is a poll-]
tlcian. The election just concluded'
showed the Immense chasm between
the two,
should remember Mr. Bergeron. He
accompanied .Mr. Borden through the
West bust autumn and boasred that ne
could not be beaten in his constituency! He was always a weak
man at best and his defeat once more
vindicates Mr. Monk's claim as the
strongest Conservative ln his province.
It is a strange circumstance, attributable to Mr. Borden's characteristic
short-sightedness, that he turned his
hack upon Mr. Monk during the last
parliament and bestowed his smiles
upon a much weaker vessel. .1. G. H.
Bergeron. Then there _s Rul'us Pope,
another member of the Fowler-Foster-
Lefurgey-Bennett clique. An able
man, withal a bitter partisan, he
tried again to regain his lost prestige.
He used the scandal cry to the utmost, but it recoiled upon his head
and he is now in a political sarcophagus !
Is it necessary to draw attention to
Ontario ? Just contemplate the Tory
slain���Some noble and some ignoble.
In the very province that Mr. Borden,
Mr. Foster and Mr. Bennett fondly
hoped would give a tremendous majority, the line-up shows a Liberia!
gain. A few weeks ago George Taylor. Conservative whip, predicted that
the Conservatives would win sixty
seats in that province. Instead they
gained nothing, but lost their star
majority al th ��� present time scavenger, \\". II. Bennett, in East
is flfty or more. In ,a very shorl lime [Simcoe, und Mr. Cockshutt, the mianu-
ii win be nearly sixty, and there is iacturers' candidal'.-. In the manufac*
no doubt that  ii   will  be as large as  turing  town  of Brantford.    No;   the
people of Ontario wanted something
better   than  scandal;   they  distrusted
Why Pay Rent When Your
Rent Will Buy You a Home
New 5-roomed modern house, with good
basement, only half block from car. Price
$1850, on very easy terms; $200 cash, balance $20 per month.
Four-roomed house, close to car line, almost
new. $1260; only $150 cash, bal. $12 month.
W. J. KERR
New Westminster, B.C.
I MY   ENTIRE   STOCK
�� Columbia Dis
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Usual price 75 cents
WILL BE SOLD FOR
50 cents
 A11 new and the latest, c
it was in the lasl parliament. What
does this moan '.' Simply that the
people of Canada preferred to exalt a
part;.- with a splendid record of national development, led by one of the
greatest living statesmen, to taking
chances with those whose only policy
was to get into power at any cost and
led  by    a    gentleman    whom    nature
the frenzied appeals of the Conservative writers and speakers. Mr. Borden, accompanied by Premiers Roblin,
Hazen and Attorney-General Bowser,
of British Columbia,    toured    Ontario
investigation of the Manitoba voters'I Victoria, as wel] as whatever projects
list there would not be more than two he has in hand, are unappreciated and
government candidates elected, simply , not wanted,
because Messrs. Roblin    and    Rogers , "
had manipulated the list to their advantage.    Fortunately this is the last ���
time that such a disgraceful proceeding will be possible.   The government
will probably amend the Elections Act
in  such a  way that political    crooks
will not  be permitted  to make playthings er' the franchises of the people
British Columbia so far has declared
a gains,- the government, although.
with the two bye-elections favorable,
there will be a Liberal majority from
this province. Here, also, there is
direct evidence of a manipulation of
the lists, evidence which, doubtless,:
will be dealt wife on the floor of par-1
and New Brunswick, comporting them-  Uament.   The city of Victoria has de-
selves more like ward   heelers   than j cided against the  government  policy
never designed for political leadership gentlemen occupying high positions in j with regard to this province by tum
or a  pre-eminent    position
public life of this country.
Had Messrsl Borden or Foster the
faculty, that intuitive sense I' might
bo called, of sounding human nature
or public opinion, they would have
realized that their course of scandal
mongering and name blackening was
suicidal, lt gave the government a
tremendous weapon which the Prime
Minister wielded with terrific effect.
See what he accomplished in Ontario
in his brief tour, In the very place.-.
where Messrs. Borden and Fester
hoped to create a revulsion of feeling
b tin - ovi rnmi nl of Sir Wilfrid
tun . he tide by gimplj asking the
people i; they would dethrone a government vt Ith ;���    :     coi d ������ i re]   i
It with a part}  - ho  ���  'tii.. policy i\a<*
mud throwing.
the! the public life of the country. There
is no doubt that their deliverances
had much to do with their party's annihilation; they were "hoist with their
own petard," and by this time they
realize to the full the purport of S'.r
Wilfrid Laurier's words: "The wolves
hun( In packs; the Hon hunts alone."
ing down a cabinet minister. In other
words the people have expressed them-
celves as opposed to the program oi
important projects which the government has in hand for the Pacific Province and the cities of the coast.
This includes the appropriation of five
million dollars for railway subsidies.
assistance to steamship lines and
��� ither matters. It is. indeed, unfortunate that the people here have allow, d themselves to be duped by the
ipposltlon campaign, because it i.~
only reasonable to assume that Sir
Wilfrid Laurier will feel thnt the ac-
in
Get the Habit
All Aboard    I
for the steamers���this is the
day they are on special sale
at The Fair, Nos. 8 and '.'. Tin
steamers only 1:13c each, today
only. Come ear'.y and avoid
the rush
Baskets        j
A full line of wast,   pa i ���
fancy and work baskets just
received.    They are  beauties,
ind fully justify a call of In-
-    ction.
We once more beg t, remind
you that Christmas Is 'tiling.
and goods are going.
Three only $40 Columbia machines, nickled
horns.   Sale price  $32 5ft
Three only $35 Columbia   machines,   red
horns.   Sale price $28 00
One only $55 Columbia machine, nickled
horn.   Sale price $45.00
J. H. TODD'S Music House
NEW   WESTMINSTER
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JEWELRY
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Have opening up, C'hristmtis Goods daily. Our stork Is now th
most complete ever shown in the city. Call and examine our
"if Gold Jewelry. Fountain Pens, Umbrellas. Jewel Cases. Cut Glass, *
Sterling Silver Goods, Leather Hard Bags. Watches, Rings, China, ���
etc., etc. 1
fW. C. CHAMBERLIN
The  Jeweler��
Solo agent for the Longines and Hamilton  Watch Movi
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The Fair    I See Our Stock Patterns in Dinnerware!
The new provinces sustained uie
government in decisive style. Manitoba only elect, d two Liberals out of
t-11 members. This was predicted last
winter by the Manitoba members; Mr.
Sifton was heard to remark that unless the government passed legislation!, . ...lts at his government'
which would ensure a  fair, impartial    this .���   vince   ind In the Interests of
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
We have a nice pattern in white  md gold with four ms I
thai We are selling ven  cheap    Vou < in buj anj quantit;
Tomorrow's   Special���?oc'*'-':_   Memo
Books   5c  each:   regular 10c.
same "
-    ���   Ifi id s   whi        .ni... ��� .-.ii   ,v a -
to thi a of thi    ;
��� 1     ii tn   with   in    ligence
I ow<.  ol   liscrimtnatton,
was Mr. Borden's misfortune that   he
did  hol know anything at   all t
public;   temperam mballj   !.,.
... ������' grasp tl.- Ir ideas tit   what
good  governmenl   stands  tor  and   he
condui *e i his campaign on  an  Is  ie
���hea le I tactician I
l. iv.. resoi li d to.
Take the Maritime Provinci s There
Mr. Fielding, tl,.  Minister of Finance,
was  well known as a  greal Bnancier
and a man of unln ������   cha ile charac-
More than   ha      e Is universal^
ed.    wii.u use was there under
en of Mr. Horde:) rr;, tu.;    to   tell :
'he public thai the 51 ������ 1 nm nt, with!
Mr. Fielding ... ... ..-. was I
unwor :    1 ���������.-..
Inal corruption ���   mspar-
knew it :
.   tO   tit-
be.
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d    n ' Graft" in ilnuatlons ?   He
��� d    Where Is Mr, Lefurgey,
an ither    energetic    member    of the
' oterie who mad    ������ indal theii
dailj  uieai and drink '   He, al <>. nas!
ed  into oblivioi     And   1 he  men
ni iligm i  . re 1    tin rep     en
11*,'    ol  1 e   ; eopie In   arliament.    r |
1    cin umsta u 1   thai   Hon,
H   i     Ki iniers in. Sir Fi   lei        Bor-
and   Hon,  Willi in    P who
we ������ tn,.-.    ilteij,.  . ���   h ,.,.. be, ,1
1 rlumphnnt Ij   returned  to   he'.i   s >ats 1
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Did  M     Bordi 1        ������   a. 11   nlm
anythln In 1 hal ���'������- Ince " Nol a
nin' ni;i ol slxl) Bve member 1 he
onlj ' intend cloven, an 1 among the
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r -    Tl*,,. people 0!   thla   city
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Every man and woman that
i.s obliged to be out when the
walking is bad should be provided with a pair of these .Shoes.
Cups and saucers, per doz. $1.50
Dinner Plates, per doz. ..$1.50
Tea Plati s, per doz $1.00
Ymir choice nf any  irtii
l lovered Veg. Dishes,    1   ���     ?0c
Bakers, each  . .25c, 35c and tte j
I'.,��� tei     ...  ' 50c. 75c and V .    1
wtndovi   foi
Phone 97
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Prompt delivery
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Now is the time to look after /our \
Call
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Eyes Tested Free
RYALL'S
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II you buy Shoi a ol the ! illov. lng mal
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BEST
DRUG
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GEO. A.  SLATER'S "DUK-BAK."
"Invlctug Shoes"   made with viscolized �� 1
terproof soles: guaranteed to keep the fe 1
absolutely dry,
GEO. A. SLATER'S "DRY SOX."
ti calf leather lined Blucher cut Boo:, with
upper leather of Oiant-Calf���our most reliable Hoots
THE "DOCTOR SPECIAL."
���    Blucher cul box call Boot, with vlsco I zed
waterproof soles   a bunt we highly rei im
""'"���I      to give comfort In every detail.
Lad
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GEO. A.  SLATER'S "INVICTUS"
made of firm Vici kid, upper, line I
leather; the ��� ' ire hi avj r. so se I
lined and thoroughly waterproof
QUALITY
'BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW VVELLL iGTDN COAL
MAYERS ^ PRESTON
P. O. B.>x   3��5
���Phone   105.
THE   EMPRESS
'i* Calf  floats���a  neat   looking
' '   tor fall wear.
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THE   "CROSS"   SHOE,
made ,.|  Velour Calf,    with
iking   an   ideal   hoot
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for  the  wel
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster, B C
S\A*i of She Die; Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   I
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ffl W. IN. Draper S. S.   RAMONA
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F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   (hor*   from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
Ladles'Gold Watonee from 112.751111.
Oentlemen'l Sliver Watch**** opeD
rice, $6.00.
Oentlemen'l Bilver Watcbea, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Rend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arrtle Kxpedltion.     Ml warranted.
Hhalns, Rlng-a, .leweirv, nu:.. etc.
Watch repairing; eaargoa reasonable.
CAPTAIN   BONSEf.
Regular sailings between
NEW   WESTMINSTER   and   CH**-*-'
WACK,
calling it Hammond, Eianey, :-'-j'-"
Mission and way ports, wii
senger**  and  troigh .
Leaves    Brackman & Kei
Xew   Westminster,  Tuesday-*,
days and Saturday at 8 a   m.
Leave..  Chilliwack Wednesday,
day and Sunday at 7 a, m.
For rates and particulars
WESTERN  STEAMBOAT CO
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  -���
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NOV. 3,
1908.
THE   1>AILY   NEWS.
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Thanksgiving
Suggestions
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Special Showing of Linens
at Cut-Rate Prices
For tue *'"'��� ol ���**-������*��� w''*-'k Wf' ar*^ Putting on a display of
Linen Table Cloths, Fanny Drawn Work Linen Square.* and
p.,.,,,,.;. ,,i irlces without a precedent Many of the items undermentioned have been purchased at less than the actual
price of manufacturing 'hem. We urge you to Wall the store
this week ind juanantee that anyone who wants to purcha e
���,. hi     hem this week at less than wholesale price,
The '*       'or Glrlg will give their
1 *"'x' '! to iheir gentlemen friends
lat ""' Hotel Russell on Nov. !M>.
Knock the cover ott a fox of "B,
c-" cl"���'��� try one,   tt will make
a "hit." �����
'I'll-    i:   ,
a load of co:
LadyBmith
terdaj   brought down
T Gilley Bros,    from
Empire i  i am sodas 25c per
Kyle'.-. Fronl   tn    .
Hearing of th
roll, alleged to
a forged chequ
set for Nov. 16,
trial of William But -
iave attempted to pass
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Good  potatoes
Kyle's, Fronl street
73   cents   per   sack.
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tin at
-Mrs. Cleland and Mrs. a. Hall, accompanied by their children, left on
Sunday for St. Stephen, N. B.
Clear   Havana   cigars
(merit���the  "Brillante,"
B. C. Cigar factory,
of    exclusive
made   by   the
flre Chief .1   ll.  Watson  left yes-
la    toi   Mud  Bay,  where  he  will
'ti lulge :"  ,i   few days shooting,
The annual meeting of the Westminster Conservative association will
take place this evening, when officers
tor the ensuing year will be elected.
Seventy-five cent Columbia Disc re-
cords going at 50 cents.   J, H. Todd's'
music house, Burr block. **
The customs returns for the month
of October show that the duty collected was $12,449.32, and other revenue
$580, making ,a total collection of $13,.
029.32, an increase of JIH3.39 over the
corresponding month of 1907.
Specials in
Rocking Chairs
Regular $1.25 for 90c
Regular $2.25 for $1.90
Regular $5.00 for $4.50
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Opposite Lorne Street.     Phone 73.
Clearing out crockeryware
Kyle's, Front Btreet.
at   cost;
$6.50 and   $7.50   Satin
Cloths for  $3.95
Tabl<
,1    The besl place to get Call bulbs and
! Qrst-class    cul    Bowers    is    Davies'!
'greenhouse    Tel, B208. **
ile Clothe in this lot.   -:/.������ ixlO, 8x12 and 8x1)
ie very highest grade; linen bordered on the toui
Boral -and other designs. Regular  prices $6.50
<;*..    fills Is the chance of a  II  i Sale  price $3.95
u
A good attendance greeted Prof. A.
IE.  Etherington  in the Bchoolroom of; J
(Queens avenue church yesterday eve*
The n \t   meeting  of   die    license  ning, where he  delivered 'in address
commWoners   will  be  held  on   Wed-  of "The Reciprocity of Life," treating
nesday, Dec   9, In the Cit)   hall. Ihis  Bubject  in a  practical  and   lucid
manner.
All d lalers hand!,, "B. C." and "Old ;
Sport"    cigars,      The    old    reliable      Cut  Bowers
brand *���*  Tidy.
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Three pound.-, good butter $1.00. We
are selling lots of this butter. It Is
giving our customers good satisfaction.
Thre- dozen selected eggs $l.ou.
These are real good eggs.
No. 1 Manitoba hard wheat Hungarian flour $1.65 per sack, or $6.25 per
barrel.
ind  bulbs of all kinds.
C. A. Welsh
The   People s
Grocer
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Special Sale of Fancy Drawn Linens
The Trade   made a special trip from      A.mei if the Y. W. C  '!'. I". will
Victoria  to  Wi *tmlnsl t yesterday to be held ai the realdenceof Miss Mabel!
take three oarloads left over from the Bowell,  Third  avenue,  this    evening,
HI   ;���. .   .    18x18,  18x36 ������ i
- *_���:"  tor        .  $1.40 Reg ilar  $2 50  tor
or  80c ruiar ji oo for
Riinne;*-. Scarfs, etc, all :1. ;,,.,,, ���,,.���- price*!
,$1.25
50c
last trip.    Rough weathe
In the gulf.
r is
ported
Special Sale of Fancy Linen Towels
on the coast.    Fanc>
.- all at half
Damasks by
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Special
flnesi  aBsortni rer seen
,,.;!  Fringed Ei -IT
Prices   in Table
the Yard
neb Half Bl rah
commencing at eight o'clock.   A large
attendance  Is   required,  as plans  for.
the wintei   eason are to be discussed'
rhe   womens   missionary  auxlllaryi     ,   ,     ,  ,
! and deci 1,.-,   upon.
of the  Wes    End  Methodist    church
will give a missionary t-,-i party at tne      The health ol the city is improving.!
parsonage on Thursday, N'ov   .**,. from'the reeent outbreak of typhoid fever,
:: to 6 p.m. ! ii is bellevi :. havin- passed its worst.
All 03 ;olng  ou satisfactorily.
The rec ni rains have washed out the
-., guiai
Pure ' irass Blei
gular ii>
.-*: . ��� for
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60c,
.35c
6Cc
80c
Table Napkins at Fly Away Prices
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ml). 5      I'.i     'Nap!     *   hemmt
1  Table   Napkins;
ready tor us������
 75c
en ��� 11/.'-1
 $1.50
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     ... .$1.65
For sale���Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, close's, -woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit tre*?s: on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner. 192 Eighth
street. **
Ten   mine   ���.    t laims    at   Harrison
lake located   by   the  London  and  Pa*
Goldfli   Is company were offered
sale  by   S    \. Fleti hi r yes.
tor unpaid  taxes, -old.    The
claims revert to I ��� trnment.
Fran ' the f >rw irds of
the Rovei - football , will be "'it
of the >��� Ime, having sui -
f, red ,,ii In to hi ��� while w irking ;i S haa - ; nine sh ps yesterday .
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drains and while trying to the public |
are benefi la  to the health of the city.
The death has taken place at the
Royal C lum Ian hospital of John
Olway, ; --. an old timer in the
province The tuneral will take place;
at Hop-- the body being shipped up
there ou the morning train today. The
decease I      - i Ighty-one years of age.
. i .; a. Keenan, * his city, and
Miss M 'tha F. London, oi Mlllgn v i,
li ... tvere m u tied by the Rev. W.
H. Bai iclo igh thi resld* nee of
Mr.*. .! 'tin Sprott. Second street and
Third avenue, on Saturday evening,
a few Intimate friends of the family
atten I ng. The bride Is a -ister of
Mayor Keary, and the cit;  council, (}eorg    \\    London,  of   Westham  Is-
cMenemy   &
Phone 192
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
Anderson
Columbia St.
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Thanksgiving Linen Sale
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fth   anniversary    of  the
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Temperance Union, at the Queens ave-
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Bottles
Fountain Syringes
Combinations of both.
Attachments  Separate.
The meat and butcher business
watch for som. years has been associated wilh the name of F. Broad has
now  been   taken  over   by F.   Ayerst,
sterday,
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The kind that will
keep your feet
DRY during this
awful wet weather. Remember
vve guarantee our
shoes waterproof.
These Shoes are
sold only by
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We guaran-
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aulty.    Two
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dull,  long w'.nti r i ven
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service In this  line    than
who  assumed   the   chai
Mr. Ayerst is well known in this city,
as a popular man and a good butcner,!
the continued  patronage of    all    old
customers is cordially asked and new
business Is invited.
Frank S. DeGrey has returned to
the city after an extended cruise along
the B. C. coast in his yacht "Home- .
spun." Stress of weather prevented
Mr. DeGrey from coming down to thlsi
cit) to cast his vote on election day.
and it was not until he reached Vancouvei "ti Saturday that he was able
to .i-i main how the polling had gone
tii-.-o : ��� . -tit Canada.
Dougias I'earn aud Henrj Andrew-
o young lads who recently sh il
a panther In the neighborhood of
R ��� ii'' icli's slaughter house on
th ireet, yesterday evening killed i large bear In the .-tune neighborhood Bruin being despatched via the
lead . Hite  ihortly after seven o'clock.
One of Our Mottos:
P ro nipt Delivery
We specialize this part of our
. isinese and can guarantee satisfaction to our customers.
Canned  Goods
We have just received another carload of the famous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods-
Fruit and Vegetables. Be sure
to try these goods before buying
others.
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Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,   B.  C.
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
vour
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three   Yeats  With  J.   A,   Lee.)
has just opened    and    solicits
,,,,.,,���.,.;,..    Mission furniture n spe
uiu-ii.i.-,' iaiu.li or
clfllty; office and   stove   fixtures; all
kinds of furniture repairs,
First class Workmanship,
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
io;.: "fi Alexander Si
A new cigar and tobacco store will
be opened this evening by .1. t". Blair
in the premises recently vacated by
Mr, 1'eeMes on Columbia street, next
to l.avery's bakery. Mr. Blah* ha; pui
In some excellent fixtures and wnen
the finishing touches are made the
store will be a credit to any city and
should meet with approval from the
"man about town." A full line of
to acci-, cigars, cigarettes and other
si. .ikei's sundries will be carried so
the patronage of the smoking* public
is assured.
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And is your house furniture, clothing, etc., insured ? If not
you cannot aftora to take the chance of losing it in a few minutes
by fire when you can insure it in a reliable Canadian company
for $1000 at a cost of less than a cent a day.
Anyone will admit that it is worth more than that to be without tlie worry of finding you- home in ashes some day with no
compensation for your loss.
Let me quote you a rate o i either a new policy or an old one as
I can save you money on yo.n- premium.
..or
Opposlt.
P.  C.   Box
304.
, nun
Hoube
Ditto
Death    came    suddenly    io    Esther
Marguerite,     the     fifteen      year     Old
Of   Mr.   and     Mrs.     George
Cassady, of Sixth -street,  early    >���'���
t, rday evening, the young lady  pa
lng away shortly after medical aBSlst-
::  had been summoned. The funeral
Will   take   place  on   Wednesday afternoon   from   the  famllv   residence     to
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTROtfS  BLOCK.
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THE  DAILY NEWS.
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NAILS  AND  NAILING,
The Edison Theatre
They  Figure  In  Speech as  Well  ��f  U
Trade and  Building.
To nail a thing is to fix or fasten
with a nai1 or nails; to drive nails
W1ED a nw. I d      Wednesday and Friday
into for the purpose oi fastening or .    ��� ���
lecuring, such as to nail up .1 box,
to nail a shelf to the wall, to nail
down the hatches, etc.; to stud with
nails; figuratively, to nail n thing is
to pin ii down and hold it fust, such
as to nail a bargain or Becure bj
prompt action.   It was Burns who
laid:
Ev'n ministers, they hut been k��n'4
In holy rapture,
A ri :.: ng v,-.,,,l ni times to vend
An nan t wi scriptur* Qir^e.'isborough
Pass     into the coi   puni, to General Store
Corner Columbia and  Begbie.
High Class Moving   Pictures,   Illustrated Songs.   Program changed Mon-
SAY!
Of course you are in need of
I groceries, and of other side lines.
{Well, w,   are doing   a good    general
business
tho
'nni!
i! to the counter" is to pnt ti
unterfeit coin out of circulation
t- fastening it with a nail to the
counter of a shop; hence. li,<,rnrativo*
lv, to expose as false.
tither definitions referring to th*
nail nre: Nailer, one who nails, who
makes nails or who sells them,
while it female nailmaker is referred
to by Hugh Miller as a naileress. k
nailery is- descrihed ns an establish*
ment where nails are made A nail
head is the head of a nail, and anything is said to he nail headed when
so shaped as to resemble the head
of a nail,
ODDITIES  IN GRAVES,
A Woman Who, Horn, Living and ny.
Ihk Cro����, Ms,*, linrieii Croaa.
There is a curious old gravestone In
Prestbury churchyard which record!
the fact tbat one woman til least ID
Kngland  died   a   bachelor,     Her  nam*
LULU   ISLAND.
\Vi   .  ���- paying no rem,   no    book-
ke&pers and   the   clerks are    share-
j holders.
So we can give our customers full
vain, - at the lowest price.
Il**r-- is one snaii:
Choice Potatoes and Turnips delivered to any part of the City, 75c per
Sack.
H. Crane
Proprietor,
i  , south i ad Lulu Island Bridge,
���Phone  146.
Tenders Wanted
Sealed tenders (whole am! separate)
marked Tenders for Bridge" will b-
recelved    ;-   the undersigned up to l
��� ynopsis    of    Canadian     North We��t
Homestead   Regulations.
Any even numbered  section ol
minion  lands  In  -Manitoba,  Sash
ewan and Alberta, excepting s an
not reservod, may be homesteaded
any person who is the sole head ���
family, or any male over 1_   yes
age, to tbe extent ot one-quartei i
tion of 160 acres, mure or less.
Application   for   entry     WX%\    be
made in person by the applies
a Dominion Lands .\gency   or
ageucy for the district  m which tbe
laud is situate.   Entry by prucy may,
however,  be made at au agency
certain conditions by tlie father, d
er, son, daughter, brother or si- er ol
an  intending  homesteader.
The homesteader is rejuired to
form the homestead duties undi
of tbe foi "iviug plans-
(1)    At least six mouths' rei I
upon  and  cultivation of tbe lai I
each year  for  three  yea
i.i'i   a nomesteader may, if he ���������
I desires, perform tne    required
deuce  duties   by   living  on    farming
land owned   solely   bv   him.   not   li   -
than eighty  (SO)  acres  in ext<
the  vicinity of bis  homestead    Joini
ownership iu land will not mei;
requirement.
(3)    if the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of a homester.'.- r
was   Sarah   Plckford,   and   tlie   stuna
gravely  Informs  the  reader she  was   received        the understgned up to i  Qas permanent resiWnce on farn
Micro 'interred   "August  ye   IT.   ,Vdj��j   I1-111-  of  November  Tth, 1908,  for  the  land  owned  solely  by   him.  not   less
Dom. 1703, and died a Bachelour In the   following: than eighty (80)  acres  in extent, in
48lli yeare of ner age." 1.    To  supply    the    material    and  the vicinity of the homestead, or up-
A  stone  in   Westminster  abbey  re   build   tb,   substructure  of    a    bridge  on  a homestead  entered   for  by him
cords  the  Interment  tbetv  of  George j acr0Ss  the  North  Arm  of the  Fraser
Graham, who was the only workman Llver a(. the slte of the ljresent Luu,
that received the honor of beine buried m this city.
In Westminster abbey.    He was a scl- .
...   .    . ", ,,, ._ .-nt      2.   To put in place and complete tne
entitle instrument maker/who in ill* ' J
invented the deadbent escapement l��   -
clocks.    His funeral  was attended bj
dred   Dollars   must   accompany    eacb
tender.
materials for which will be prov-ded
tbe Royal society in a body. by the corporation.
In East Ham churchyard there Is a j    plans and specifications can be seen
tombstone placed crosswuys.   The wo- j at the office o{ the clty Q\er\^
man interred is said to have been born |    A marked cheqUe for Fifteen Hun-
cross, lived cross, married a Mr. Cross
and died cross.   Her dying re.inest wag
to be buried crjss, and this wns carried out.
As to more ancient graves, that ot i sarily accepted.
Noah  is reported  to  be in the small \V. A. DUNCAN,
town of Nakhitcbevan, near tbe foot i City Clerk.
of Mount Ararat, and is sixty feet In   city Ha]1   v-^. *^'estm
length.   Another tradition sayn tbat tlw |      ' 19QS
Crave is merely a niche iu tbe wall o*    "__
ui anandoued forfess -T
in the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own residence duties by
living with the father (or mother).
(4) Tne term "vicinity" in the two
preceding paragraphs is defined as
meaning not more tl*an nine miles in
a direct line, exclusive ot the width
of road allowances crossed in 'be
measurement.
(a) A homesteader intending to
perform his residence duties iu accordance with the above while living I
VlHlliB   tO   _l.Ol.rr   it.
It )��� reported of the Earl of Mans-
field that he once dismissed a servant
tut wrote  for him a  "character," at
follows:   "The  bearer.  Jobn   ,   bas
served me for three yuars lu the ca
paclty of coaehman Ho is an able
driver and a very aober man. I dls-
Chargfd hlm because he cheated me."
A flay or two later the man returned to
thank his old master for the help ht
bad afforded hini in getting him a new
birth How hatf the testimonial helped Mm? The man explained that his
saw master had observed that ability
to drive and sobriety were the qualities
be refuted In a conetiman As for th��
cheating, hi1* employer bad said, "I'm
a Yorkshiremau, and l��ll be hanged If
you cheat me."
The lowest or anv tender not neces-|ffltn >'arents or on farming land owned  by himself must  notify the agent
for the district of sueh Intention.
Six months' notice In wrl'iDf" m is!
Inster   Oct   13 Ibe given to tne Commissioner of Do-
'; minion Lands at Ottawa, of intention
! to apply for patent.
\V.   \V.   (*OKY.
Deputy of the Minister of the interior
N.   B.��� L'nautnonzea r-iMication    1
this  advertisement   will   not   be  paid
for.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate"?.
Family  trade a  specialty.
fei. 113. Office   Eight street
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
The   I__cl!��l,   or  it.
An English actor of some prnmlne��e��
wns dining with some friends In thl*
country. One of them asked him If he
end fourd any American plays that bai
tho.;6t; be could use in England. "Ob,
ye?.** ke replied. **1 have seen one or
twu that I fswucy wlU be on tbe other
Side. In fact, I have entered Into negotiations for eereral. One that appeals to me strougly is a play called
Ten Evenings In a Public Hous*'
trbere I shall play John Morgan, nn��I
another is named 'Uncle Thomas' Residence,' which has a Iin* part for me In
Harks,   the   tttiriater."���Kfuiuu   ciir
-Flirting" With Brook Trout.
If tbe farmer boy Is more successful
In his catch than ihe city fisherman It
Ir became he realizes the advantage
of keeping out of slglu. Of course tha
supposition Is that other conditions are
eq ial. Familiarity with a stream <>r
teu 1ms much to do with tbe size of
the string. Troui especially love to
hide under wooden bridges, water
B< ; ','d logs, branches, etc, They seem
to realize that safely is found In such
places, When the current will not tak*
the worm to tbeso epots one must re
fort to "flirting." This ts done by
holding the hook lu the left hand and
bending the pole until the tension Is
Buflli lent to throw the worm over the
spot. Considerable practice is neces-
fury to make Ilie bail land exactlj
whore ii is wanted, bul "flirting" is an
art wel! worth acquiring.���Circle.
VOLUNTEER BOUNTY ACT, 1908.
WARNING TO PURCHASERS.
Every assignment of the right of a
South African Voluteer entitled to a
land grant must be by way of appointment of a substitute and must be
in the form provided by the Act,
Special attention is called to Subsection 3 of Section 5 of the Volunteer
Bounty Act, 19HS, which provides that
nu assignment of the right of a volunteer by the appointment of a substitute shall be accepted or recognized
by the Depart ment of the Interior
which is not executed and dated after
the date of the warrant for the land
grant issued by the Minister of Militlu
and Defenci in favor of the volunteer
J. \V. GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
Lands, Ottawa,
28th  September   1908,
Lower Fraser River
Freight and Passenger Service per
*J)D. "'Favorite
Valorous.
An old time lord mayor of London
whose sporting experience .v.i. limited
rode forth one day to Join thr city
hun! In the fields aboui Marylebone.
Placed by his escort under n tree, his
lordship beard tbe hounds give tongus
in the distance, nnd the sounds grow
louder and louder till one of the , Ity
���couts Bhouted out, "The ho,r    ���
thl*-  way.  my  lord."    The  lord l
r.: '��� (o the otcnMon, nnd, dj*n       r his
���word, he exclatmed heroically:
him come!   I thank my <;, il i fear Liu
sot!"���Household WorcU,
(Jarryln ��� < :, and \,-.v Bengers to
all points i" tween New Westmini ter
and Wesl bam i tland,
Leaves Brai kraan Ki r's wharf daily
at - |i.ni.: additional irip on Mondays,
len \ me al ���', a.m,
Returning li ave Westham island 7
a.m. dally, , xcepl l-'riday., al 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturday , having
at 5:30 p.m.. calling in Steveston ai
inducement offers.
,,ll\'|.*K I'ISK        ".Ml
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THE      DAILY       NEWS
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Synopsis ut  i.._.__i.ii.iii   Homestead
lii.ijiil.i.ions.
Any available Dominion- lands within the railway belt ln British Colum
bla, may be homesteaded by any person
who iB the sole head of a family, oi
any male over 18 years of age, to the
extent of oue-n_uarter section of 160
acres, more or less.
Entry must be mr.de pi rsonally at
the local laud office for the district in
which the land is situate. Entry by-
proxy may, however, be made on certain conditions by the father, mother,
son, daughter, brother or Bii ter of an
intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per
form the conditions connected there
with under one of the following
plans:
(1) At least six monies' residence
upon and cultivation of the laud it,
each  year  for three  years,
(2) lf the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of tbe homesteader resides upon a farm In the
vicinity of the land enti n : for, ttn-
requlrements as to resld may be
satisfied by such person fling witfl
the father or mother.
(3) if the settler
ent residence upon farmln
ed by hlm in the vn
stead, the reQuiremi I
deuce may be Batl '���
upon the .;aid land.
Six months' notli
be given to thi i ��� ol Dom
lnlon Lands at 0 . ntlon to
apply for patent
COAL.���Coal may be
leased for a period i - oe yi b
at an annual renl I         er acre
Not   mure   th in     ��� ha'!   be
leased to one Individ , ,,, company.
A royalty at thi  rati I          enti  ;.',r
ton shall be collected on    thi    merchantable coal mined,
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Telephone  54.
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past.   Select your medium with the same car
that you select your salespeople.   Stick to the
best.
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influence their daily wants.   Use its columns to gel
your share of business.
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Wide
Awake
A Bladenaburg merchanl -���
in his Btore one day ������-
wiiii n j,ih her appean .,
i   and .i  I for n quart ol molas e
The   storekeeper   yaw ned,   :;t reti
himself, hull' openi d hi   i *es, and then
In un Injured lohe said,  'Aln'l   then
nobody    In    Bladensbnrg    thai    Belln
molasses i.ni me '.'"
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Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth   Avenue  and    Marion Stree',
SEATTLE
.   m   wlbhes  lo announce that U.Mi-uHM REASONABLE
ft8!,ES ffIll'prevail in the future,    regardless     ot   conventions,
5U.I*-      RATES
Room  $1   per  day  up.
Room  and  board  $2.50  per  day up.
Room  with  bath  $2.50 per  day  up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
rateg I,.,.,    eemed unreasonable  in   the   past.  pieaae  glvf.
'A,,,! ,ni,i!i''t" trial;    we wiU   l'romi"*f'     to   sen.!     ������,.    away
(VS  I"1'1
,,, roughly  satisfied.
A]] are outBide rooms, with  hot  and  cold   water, steam  heat,
. i,���V tllstance telephone.   Bus meets aU trains and boats.
CARLKTON   GILBERT,   Mgr.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealer* in All Kind* ot
amber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
j Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
j loyal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster  I
'S COLLARS
: In All Shapes:
In the Castle Brand
W. G. and R.'s
C.  Hamber MELODRAMA IS COMING
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary   Public Conveyancer
Room   10.   Brine  Block
New  Westminster P.O.Box 795
TO OPERA HOUSE THURSDAY
Best Grade Goods
20c, or 3 for 50c
Formerly sold for 25c
each
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia  Street
Choice Meats at
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St. and   Filth Avenue
PHONE   37Q;
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*.
Lovers ot melodrama will be
pleased ,at .Manager MacGowan's announcement that "Too Proud to Beg,"
I Lincoln J. Carter's latest play, will be
at the opera house on Thursday evening.
1    The story is very simple, bui    iu-
' teresting and thrilling.    A    band   of
t thieves, having for the b-ader a iiolice
1 captain, Is traced by ,-\ young detec-
| tive.   -He follows the thieves to ��n old
I warehouse where be is knocked sense-
less and the building set on flre, but
is rescued by his little son.   The thieving inspector is iu love with the detective's  wife,    and,    supposing    her
husband dead, tries  to win her .ove.
She refuses him, however, and for revenge  he abducts  her  two    children.
They are eventually rescued by   their
Train   for  the  East   and   Kootenay,; father and are happily united and the
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
On Sunday, Nov. lst, Train for
Eastern pointa win leave New Westminster at 8:20.
Train for Seattle will leave at Is*.20.
points will leave Westminster at
15:20.
Train from the Last wlll .arrive at
12:25.
Train from the east wlll arrive at
23:00.
Train from Seattle will arrive at
18: 15.
For further particulars ani reserva
tions apply
| or to C
Asst.
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
. B, POSTER,
Genl.   Pass. Agt.   Vincouv-.r.
cymiccc
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
villains arrested. It is said thai *vir.
Carter lias departed from his usual
style in writing this play and depends
more on the beautiful story of the
piece for success than on scenic or
mechanical effects. The first, act opens
at the office of Inspector Sharpe,
where the villainous plans are laid.
Tho last, scene of the act shows the
old warehouse on lire and the rescue
of the detective. The second act
shows a street scene in Chicago. The
third act is laid in the den of thieves
where the children are held captive.
Act four is lhe home of the thieving
inspector and the capture of the gang.
The cast is very well spoken of and
there are two clever children that
take important roles.
lwrmw-raJP   jjcense Notices
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COMPANY, Limited
WHOLESALE
and   RETAIL
HEATING STOVES
If you want a heater for soft or hard coal or wood we have them.
Ox   ���. I  1 ���'.��� e, Oxford Oaks, handsome in appearance and all with
sa. trimmings.    Also large range of airtight heanrs.
Do not forget to cal! in and inspect our Oxford and Lorain
Rangi -   ���..        - is that give real genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
BOOKING TO AND FROM ANY
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OFFICE.
Empress of  Britain, Oct. :J0.
Empress of Ireland,   Nov.  13.
For other
apply to
dates  and  particulars,
ED.
GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board for the City of
.New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Windsor Hotel,
situated, on Columbia and Begbie
streets, in the said City of New Westminster.
P. O. BILODEAU.
New Westminster, Nov. 3, 100S.
I
JUNIOR   FOOTBALL.
7���West  End  aud Central.
7���Hlgh school B and Sapper-
���III
BUTCHERS |
I
COLUMBIA
STREET
��� Phone 101 rnonc
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GOING UP
all over town you will si bulld-
lnga in which our materials are
eihg used. Come back years
from now and they will be still
standing, solid and safe as tli"
day they were built. If you wain
���i building that will last with
little attention and few repairs,
get our building materials. They
are the cheapest in the beginning as well as in the end.
M ��� Sapperton     and     nigh
A.
21���High school   B   md  West
Nov.
Nov.
ton.
Nov.
school
Nov.
End.
'.Nov. 21���Centra! and Sapperton.
Nov. 28���--Central and St.  Louis.
Nov. 28���Central and High school B.
Dec.  .".���High  school   A    and  High
school B.
Dec. 5���St. Louis aud West End.
Dec.  12���St. Louis and Sapperton.
Dec.    19 ��� West   End     and    High
school  A.
NOTICE is hereby given that we In-
ii nd to apply ai the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the ''Iin ot
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Russell i:
situated on Carnarvon and Begbie
streets In the said city of New V.
minster.
H.  L. BRINE.
C.  G.   McLEAN.
New Westminster, Nev. 3, 1908.
Street Letter Boxes
GILLEY BROS.
NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Lie*-using Board of the City ut
.N'ew Westminster :ov a renewal of
license to sell liquors on the premises
known as the Depot Hotel situated ou
corner of Columbia and Eighth streets,
in the said City of New Westminster.
j. WISE.
.New Westminster. Nov. 3, 1908.
Following Is the complete list of
street letter boxes, together with their
location aud numerical designation:
LIMITED
=_.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVF. '        111,000,000.00
"""A' it Canada and Newfoundland, and  in  London,  England,
'  '(ago and Spokaue, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A Gen-
*:j- Butlneei Transacts.
"��������� Credit UsuDd, available witl. correspondents In all parti of the
World.
,4 (i
"jl
���p. r i ��� ar,
Can
1
B�� Bank Department.     Deposits  received In auma of Jl and upwards,
'">'��� later, st un0wed at 3 ��� ceDt   per ��.nnuI]-i  (present rate)  added
t��, ;rtimes �����
" ������ "v,1t $1'.S,000,000.00.
^Jjjw WESTMINSTER BRANCH O. D.  BRYMNER. Mant-***"
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m  HAVE NO
MONEY TO BURN
Jllt have a dainty collection of Pyrographic
WOOD TO BURN
i
:
If J. MacKay & Co. |
......   *...     ...aliiii Ji'a-OO per  week?
Few cilTU. are part so much money.
Few adv��.,*rt*s-9me*a| -'xpef*'8 are Dalt* le88"
lint manj  qtttttfied men art P��id much more.
'A".        ,,,:,.*������ Philadelphia",  Pftys  Wa  advertising    manager  $23,000
.,ni    ��� vn interne** aald be was cheap at the price.
Learn  to be an  Ad.
Writer toy Correspondence ?
our answer Is, yes. We can teach you how to write good; eafehy ad*
.,.;,!,.���!   :,.  mall just as well aa if you were attending persowaiHy,and
onl    taking up hall an hour of your time every evening.
The Sworda School of Advertising is the best school of Instructional tot
aw.   reasons.   \
I, |g the onlj school that glvea you their personal criticisms, no form1
,,.,.,. being used, but, Instead, the work of every student ie looked over
separately.
Then, too II la the only school Chat is conducting a successful advertising Bervice, and is backed up by leading merchants of the province. It
���supplies practical ad-work for the stud.-irt. showing lay-outs, copy
which is picked trom the most successful advertisemen
writers,
Its system of teaching by mail Is endorsed by not only the leading mer-
, (ants and manufacturers, but by the greatest experts and publishers.
U you have only a oomffion, ordinary school education and earning less
.; m $25.00 per week, let us put you in the most lucrative profession in the
world today,
its employed Btudenta i i everywhere���In stores, factories, advertising
agencies, ami are so thoroughly qualified that they command higher sala-
r| j .ii after year. If you want to work up In the Arm you are with, this
knowledge will open the door of promotion, and we can do it by correa-
. ,:. |ence and  the hearty co-operation of yourself.
Write for further particulars.
ii.
etc.,
its
j        *      stationers*'    News Dealers || The Sword School of  Advertising
128 Fifth Ave. Wast, Vancouver. B. C.
Box, No. Situation.
i���Eighth Ave, nnd Thirteenth St.
2���Eighth .-Vve. aud  Eighth St.
3- Seventh  Ave, ani  Fourth  St.
��-��*ii-ilii AY1*,  .M Th'.rd s^
5���Sixth A. a. .ii.l Sixth it.
6���Sixth Ave. and Ninth St.
7���Sixth  Ave.   and  Twelfth St.
is���Sixth Ave. and  Fourteenth St.
9���Fifth Ave. and Fourteenth St.
t^-���Fourth  Ave. and Twelfth St.
H__Fflii_,li Avenue and Tenth St,
12���FourtH a. i'. and Seventh St.
13���Fourth Ave niiii .Fourth St.
i (   Fourth  A ���."'���. and Second St..
L6   Thii ; Ave. and Second st
, ifl- Queens Ave. and Ffi-st St.
', t7���Queens Ave. and Third St.
i IS���Queens Ave. and  Sixth St'.   ,
j 10���Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
20���Eighth St. and Toronto Place.
21���Hanlan and Turner Sts.
fir-Agnes and Tenth Sts.
?5   Agnes and Seventh Sts.
24     tgnes and Fourth Si.*.
25���Agnes and Elliott Sts.
26    AglWs and  Dufferin Sts.
!_._���Columbia and  Leopold  Sts.
js   Qreal   Northern Railway
29���Columbia and Elliott Sts,
30���Columbia find Fourth Sts.
31���Columbia and  Alexander Sts.
32���Columbia and Tenth Sts.
33���C. P. R. Station. Front St
111���Front and McKenzie Sts.
Si.���Front and Lytton Square,
36���Front St., Schaake. Building.
37���Brunette and Keary Sts.
88���Columbia and Keary Sts.
39���Columbia and Distillery  Road.
te    Eighth Ave.  ami  Richmond  St.
41���Richmond and' Keary Sts.
42���Columbia and Alberta Sts.
43���Junction Columbia artti Front Sts.
-NOTICE is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at tue next sitting of tho
Licensing Board Of the City of New
Westminster for a renewal >f license
to sell liquors |}j   f*-iaii <i;i \\\.. prem-
llses know^jj rhi. .���������;;,.,���,.,���;;,;,��� TV;'*--/
..(ti.s.e on Columbia street, opposite
IC. P. R depot, in the tal i City of x iw
IjKjatBl'Mter.
J.  B.   ll. ..lcUOXA.al).
Ni .-  Weatminster, x  ..   .. 1908.
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at tiie next sitting ol th ���
Licensing Board Cor the Citj of New
Westminster tot a renewal of |tQ i ,-,
!,. II Uquorg ,..- retail on the | i
i ie knowh a* t-M **'"1' n!l* ,!"t"!. "it:*
al the corner of McKenZU *H-** Clark-
11 a Btreets, In the said Citj of N'ew'
Weatminater.
M. F. IXS1.EV.
Ni w Westminster, Nov, ::. L908
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster tor a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
premises known as the Fraser Hotel,
situated on the corner of Begbie iand
Station. Front streets in the sail Cit.. of N'ew
Wl ;'minster.
ALFRED SWANSON.
New Westminster, Nov. ::. 1908.
 a
NuTICB is hereby given that 1 intend to apply at the next sitting ot
the Licensing Board for the City di
New Westminster for a renewal of
license to sell liquors bj retail on the
premises  known   as   the   Royal     City
Hotel, situated    corner   of Customs
Mouse Square and Columbia street, in
the said City of N'ew Westminster.
E. PALCH.
New Westminster, Nov. 3. 1908.
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We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf tlie best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
)   I
���^i CITY TREASURER APPOINTED
ASSESSMENT COMMISSIONEK
Ladies' Hair Dressing!
Maseage  and   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth  and  Columbia.
P.O. Box 755.      Opp. Royal City Mills.
ROYAL CITY
WINDOW
CLEANING CO.
Store. Office and  House Windows
Clean--ii.
Janitor's Work Contracted for by the j
Week or .Month.
Satisfaction Guaranteed.
GEO. COX & CO.
('or. Columbia and Carnarvon Sts.
New  Westminster.  B.C.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Bcl\ Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
You Can Stand Behind
property that has value to back it up like
QUEENSBOROUGH
GARDENS
now being offered by us. in blocks from one acre upwards.
ITS SITUATION
is on the easterly end of l^lti   Island,    nearest   New   Wesminstt-r
and within the city limits*, all facilities.    It is growing,   shingle
mill, box factory, ship yards, cannery, general store and post offic
SOIL  AND   SITUATION   UNEXCELLED.
Call for Maps.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88 -1 OO
THURSDAY,  NOV. 5
Lincoln J. Cartels
Leading Melodrama
GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE  UP AT THE
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and  Blackie   Street.
of the  Day
Superb Scenic Production
Too Proud to Beg
A PLAY
With a Rush, Runs Along With Spirit
and   Ends  Just  Right.
i
"The   Famous   Reichardt   Children."
ft- H��+*H*-*-H~!*' *H
(Continued from   Page 1.
Irefen-Sd  (he letter to  the  board   >������
works,
Collapse of Sewer Box.
Sui" ��� Ini  n l< ;;;   Of   Works     Fin i
' repoi ti .  the  : artial collapse of
wiidiii n box       d as a  sewer, |
by privati   i irtles on Columb . -
from   ilu   eas    side of  the  Cn
extending a,     i   as Busby street. The
whole of the sewer was on i hi
of collai i ini     nd some othi .   :.
of .lii-i ii ing   of the sewage in
Ioi all-, \  mu      i  devised at om ���.
ihad   temporarily  repaved  ia  iii
of forty  feet, and he would
mend It should not be renewed, owin
to Its detriment to the public hea
The letter was referred to    the    ���
of works.
Chinese  Cemetery.
The council decided to communicate
with .1. !'��� Hampton Bole, who is ac
ing for the Chinese Benevolent association, offering them a portion of thi
new ci metery, as they desire, for a
fseparate burial ground, provided it is
cleared by them. The total area set
apari Is about twenty-four acres.
Miscellaneous.
M.  Dupre,  i f    i-s    Royal    avenui
wrote objecting to the continuenc.  ol
1 .i telephone pole right in front of his
'^;r,r. and  asking for it   to  be mi   ��� I
Referred  to  the light  committef    to
act.
\v. Henderson, of the    waterworks
department, asked for ten days' lioli-1
I day, commencing Nov !).   The appllca-
' tion was referred to the water   com-,
; mltttee to act.
I _ Arc lights will be    placed    at    the
I corner of Royal avenue and Windsor
| street   and  on   First   street   between
; Royal and Queens avenue.
| i
Chief Watson reported    ihat    eight!
fires had been attended  from Sept. t>!
to Oct. i!7, the principal ones being
[ 'hose at Dynes' store, Columbia street,'
j Sapperton, on Sept. ��, and on Oct. 17 j
at   Whelen's   residence.    The    report
; will be filed.
It  was  resolved to    Inform    Gillej
i * ���
| Bros, that the council could not entertain the proposition to lease par: of
water lot three, Mclnnes street, as,
they could not open the field to the
oili.-r parties who wished io lease
street ends.
A  petition  asked    for    a new    six:
foot   sidewalk  from    Eighth    avenue!
I north  along  Columbia   street   toward
[the Brunette river, and  for adequate
'lighting.    The  application  will go to,
the board of works and lighting committee.
Another petition asked for the open-
ling up of  the  street  alonp lots  lo  to
_*;., of block :i. from Eighth aveuue to
Richmond  street.   This was also    re-j
I ferre.'l to the board of works.
The Dominion Trust Co., Ltd., wrote'
objecting to the assessment on    the]
Hird property,    Seventh   street,    between Royal    and    Queens    avenues,
particularly of the lot   and  house At
the rear.    The letter was referred to I
the finance committee.
A long discussion took place in committee on sewerage mal ters.
���THAT'S  OUR T
BUSINESS ^
t
Every   order   placed   with     ��f��
us    means    a   satisfied   cus
tomer.
Price- ji 00, 75c, 50c and 25c, . Zj���
on     lie   al   Ryall's    Monday.  T*
November 2nd. J__
J. New some & Sons t
Painters anil  Decorators
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(HIKIWOKK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RMiHT
Kates on work of any description or quantity quoted
mi application,
jaclisoii & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
New Westminster
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CASSADY���On Monday. Nov 2, Esther Marguerite, daughter of Mr.
Hnd Mrs. George Caasady, aged 15
years.
The funeral will take place from
the family residence. Sixth street, to
Vanoouver, on Wednesday ui  i p.m.
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burn today,
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lnterurban   Line.
m Cars   for   Vancouver  and    war
m stations  will  run  every half-
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m hour   from   6:60 a. m.    Last
<i> car lenves at 11  p. m.
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$
�� (ars   leave  the  depot    every
m, '.'���- nty mlautes  for both  Sap-
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City  Line:    Cars  leave tram f
office on the hour, twenty mln- ���   \
utes after and forty minutes af- m
ter, commencing at (1:20 a.  m. S
Sapperton    Line:   Cars    leave a
at ten minutes after the hour, f.
half past an.l fifty minutes after ���
tbe hour, commencing at 6:80 o
a.  m. If
Don'i    leave    H    ���        |(.arer
Christmas    ;  ,von i n,,,,  ,illl(,
then.
H, Morey & Co.
������������'���''��� ;|   ven     food    cholc.     or
'"-"s     "n     nssorteil     designs,
[!"x"s     i""    !"      '   popular
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they are the mosi UBefu),
See Our Window
Display
I Vices away down
in '
Sunday  Service   hair Hourly  between    *   V .,       ;. ,,,,    | |    iim
British Columbia CJcctrlc Ry. Co., Lid
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Our advertisements  give  but a  very small proportioi
ncvelties. special  values ar.d  selections  which are  hen
the   front  at   all   times   with   our announcements of the a
goods or special inducements In    price  on  lines which
to   you.     Watch   every   advertisement.     We   promise
store  news for the  next few  months.
' '���*'���_;
'9
Ladies' Three -Quarter
Length   Tweed Coats
$4.95
EACH
An  opportunity  which is  noi offered   but   at  rare  interval.-.
are enabled to offer this line of dark  colored '!'���..������ .  i
discount  owing to a variety of circumstances.    Only ;-.   i< ,
in  the lot.    Grey and  brown Check effects, und an lnspi
workmanship will surprise you,    Slzei  32, H4, 36, 38 an
Extra Quality in
Silk Moire
Underskirts
Heavj winter weight in plain
.Navy. Brown, Grey. Cardinal,
and Black, and fancj plaids,
Moreen.
Nicely made, extra full size,
with double piped frills; all
sizes.     Each     ���������   $5.00 to $7.50
Hairlight Pompadour
Combs
Fashion's   latest   novelty     in  hair rolls.    Made of fine w,
wire,  roll   shape,   to   which     Ls  attached adjusts
holds roll in place.   Exceptionally light In welghi and
the   greatest    recommendation   they are the mo
rangement possible.
We have just  received bj  >_ press 2 si/.".-: each r_.0c and 1
An Artistic
Array of
Ladiesy
Tinsel Belts
The mosi up-to-date and
pleasing Btyles of Belts it has
ixM-n om- pleasure to show tor
some time. w<- have them
through our own importation bj
parcel post from London, England. They are exceptionally
low in price, ranging from, each
 25c  to $1.25
Warm
Cashmere
and Lustre
Blouses
Many   new   gtj
'// in these winter vv
$y   ��plcuous among the m ��
->picuou3 among    	
are  some dalntj   wall -
in' d  with nice guipure lace,   ���
yok<   .and sleeves.    Thi
tucked   Btyles   are   also   ���'-"'--'
in new Gibson shapes    ''"���
are navy, brown, cardlna    ������
and cream.   Each .. $2 to $���*���'*���
New and
Effective
Trimmings
Nov. Ity effects ami plain nei
dei Igns In gilt, sliver and Be-
i] iin 11 Immlngs just In,
Bear these iii mind when
looking for * vening wear irimming .md collar li ngihs. Vifl
I'iou    di   .i'ii-; are here, i ultablu
for   ei ||.     H i       p( r   yard   ....
 20c to /5c
New Elastic and
Gilt Beltings
V\ ide Elasl Ic rivals the gold
and silver belting in ihe amouni
ol I In Elastic Belling we are
now showing hlack, navy, cardinal, In-own and green, lu the
Gill    and    Silver    Bellini;    man'.'
new   designs    are  on   display.
Per yard  40c to $1
An
Unusual
Assortment
of
Linens,
50c per piece
One   hundred  pieces  ol  P
Hem tltchi |   D awn   Wo i   Hnd
Batti nbi rg  linen  pieces  In  various      Izi      of  doylies,   tray-
|   cloths, ci ntn   plei i   .     deboard
���������,'''||"*���|������*���'. etc,     \ general  un li i
pricing   of  various   line      an I
Borne  exceptional  snap.-   picked
up has given us the oppori unli ���
in   offer you  Bpecial  value    In
this  assortment.    Now   mi   inh
in  the Linen section,
Many New
Stamped
Cushion Tops
Mahj  new di ow
shown     You  Bhould   '������   ,lr"'"
ice, if you
thi . ;i :      fi
. each   ..
Scrim and Ribbon
Cashion Frills
���   an.   COlo
Ion To        Foui    i
.     .i��h   pleci
ol       i
Btl il:
Scrim i i Hi "  ;t $
rills $1*2!  ;'  }:
i udhlon  Cords,  with
eacl  ,eI1
Cushion Cordi   all i oh
yard
Mo rev's
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