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 ite, Shiles & Cc.
f\KE INSURANCE
y��VV V hSTMiNSTER. B. C
;
VI'MBER   290
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia Si. Phone 85
.- . MINSTER,  J'.. ^ .
DEG.15.HMtf dec.
.
0 WILL OPEN       OLDEST OSHERMAN      RED WATER DISEASE   ^^S^HS   EXECUTIVE ISSUES       NDK TEAf u^SIB
ON FRASER DIES       IS IN CHIILIWACK       FACILITATE WORK      SIGNED STATEMENT    GROUCH TO SEATTLE
fi PUBLIC BALL
rtures and Fur-    D Hun,c        Afflicted with Pecu-j Additional   Mail   ,       tf Grand Forks Miners
nitm      -   Westminstei       ter,   ; .   and     |iar and Little Understt More Drawers and Bigger    Employers   uf   V
Bigg(    andBest Hostelrj     Fisherman, Resl   al Lust.     Malady. Staff for Christmas Rush. lieux Labor Ac
s Accuse i Times Used as Medium for
iolating     Expressing   Sour   Senti-
Act. ment Towards Locals.
���  ��� un   ih nr.
will   .,-    opened   lll>l i''": ������ . ��� i i;,._ .
��� ,!��������� other function,   '
will be invited to " ' '
end. Vlan.        :,..   ..       . -.    known
,   ...ll idea has aoi yel  illoll, .,,.
upon,  bul  some  one ol the flrsl to
of the 1
a,   "''   ' the Praser
rl.- r for
His hist, om      He
md when a boy,
-   ,   e ,
��� ������. ���    would  not bi
��� -er- i!���   flr - of :'   ' ' ���    :"
-     :������ ��� its hi
ol l im -     ;.e,    one ;' ; ack-train ol
- at, enti : , i. id ��    -
'
tin    premise
'���-���'"
������:���
��� \ in the new hostel
holding a dan
.  Roj a] Columbian bos
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L      ���       ben a Hud
I for i
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r month, ti
..     a ounce    ol     ��� s oun-
.- a modicum  ol   : im.      I le    remain
. i nt hunting on bis
, own hi c im an
of llghl mink, and
.ins. he   fi
bjhad to irner
.,,. much coin   so 1 i   hi   turned his
.,     .       | jn   an, ntion  to fl
an I  will hav<        t-    : ' ''lori'    hirf
il erson '��� " ed wil
... In    Ashing   in   tii
I Dther two which form
th   I, id   be, .,  an   iu lai   fli   ti
I., u  ch nd-:,, :.- membi r of thi   Bn de, and was
��� i the room. ono  "    "    ' "" ��"" of l,!" :	
:: . Ing a m    i ;i:*"'   u mboats.    Lati r i,-_
.. captain's   certificate,  and    navigati
omoda mu-      ' '  '"' ""' !     "      '   ' :   wh,cb '""
ilcony will be six teet   tered  ,hr    rh"!   a    '!     u:'  ''    Po "
b ...   and w ���  supplied   u"-"-   ***** 8tl" !" ,,n" red ,!l
nerj        ln<   s, In  which be los   ��� ���
Bl lerai i-   mom -���       ' M TaTe years  he
bi eftoi I   ol tie,   l ..    ���  a
ii  tn. Federal gov-
���   ��� ���-, ti    Induced to oom
ilrj   into  the cause of
known  as      red  water."
��� ..-" which obtains among
" v>-   thi   chief symptoms of which
are i     eculia    redness in the  wa i
I,    and  a  pen i pti iie    wa
isi    e ba    ,, oome somi
whai - a ioui Chiiliwack lati ly.
os, e to   ������ re] ite I to
���   Ilj   cattle    dlse. -
ed   water'     is   rarely   :
ilmost -.- Is,    Farm '
���   -   !. .      long  thoi
���   ���        ,     I  |;   catt'e
��� ���:-   | Ithj
_   ��� V
Is theory,
i t.i  ���
Igin    ���'      nothii
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Tl      ' ae -
AMENDMENTS PROPOSED
TO i IQUOR LICENSE LAWS
I
, Bpi ndlng  I   ���
.' bi    !,.   one ,i     the
1 i partments ot r,'n-
_, . ,  ,;���,!������ rdn..,,   ,, .-,.,..   the  Emerson  drj
.. . rable Uds and �� rm   '':��>s  BsWnS  a,li  si''innl��* >'ari-'  '
u i nickel topped cai ver   pioneer  ''���
I' ning and steaming
I t eparate stovi. ar,  - wo
|! al fixtures-    The pantry
ag room  will  be also
!'���   ��� ranged.    The man
- : em loj   only male iielj> in
li i   lining room.
1 ���      ���   i:      accomodation    could
;- exci lied.    On   the  ground
I v- bedrooms,    with    bath-
osets, and on the second  Jeweler,  woun
I ���   i,!���!.������  room8i   twelve    of gold and silver, which constitute the
rl les, with
WATCHES HOUND UP, GET
YOUR GUESSES IN TODAY
Preciselj   at
Horace   Dorer,
ten o'clock last night,
the Columbia stre t
nn the  two watches,
Dec. e ial thi   P c
������ .
���    liquor   li-
���   that in' :' iture  all   ii
cities will
the   govei nmenl   In
���  ami ha.f
bi     startlln
eose most
���  few  il  -  .
Sevei -       ervatives, who
ed upon to know
wind, have admit
of the
Utorney-General   Bo v,ser
lefl on a holi-
���  -     fornl Mi, lal con
ould not b   ob
a       I      t <
thai   the   proposi
��� ration, and  thai  consid-
��� se ire   Is   bi lng  broughl   to
���  hi  change ma le
i    -1   been anno meed thai
In ���' ���   . ���   :   ��� iture the control of li-
s in rural municipalities will be
-    ���     ' om the municipal authoritii s
ed in the Provincial police, a
move that meets with general approv-
ie    ��� : osi i change in the citi< i,
howi irer,   Is  a  Pery different   matter,
and there Is .ertain to be fl Btartff of
osltlon If  any  definite    action  Is
���
Ai,  Ii ���      stall   :,-, ruiU
ng . \, mployi ,-s oi the .." st . flic .
id tional gi qi ral dellverj wicki
264 new  boxes, and 25 new drawi
an . the moving of the present dell,
erj  wicket to the 11 atr ��� of the offlce
ar<- some o: the preparations now    e
inj; made bj  Postmaster Qeorge Kennedy in order to be in a position to
���   with the rush of the Christmas
��� a on. which litis aires     ��� immenced
al the post offlce and will im rea
e"..nne until the end ut the y- ar, l'a-
, llities for handling the mall wl
��� ���     this    season  than    thej
for   y< ars   ;eas: ;    ;,,���.
will  h,' accomplished  by the s afl in
��� [uenci ���
iei   the i emoi al .    the 1
to the new building on McKi n-
treet, carpenters em i- i the d
ol   VV. Turnbull havi   been 5
[ng down w    e an
i ord
,   ,.. .
The wor    Is being
n ot  VV. Hendi i on,
11 iminion  archlti V'lcl
i a-
.    .
��� ' arj   work  n -.li    be  do.,-
��� b in order that the handling
of mail during the holldaj season may
.e expi dited, and the additional d< h
," j  u Icket, �� hich wlll be in ui i  tov<
ards the en l of nexl   wei ..    to
firs! time, will tx   aerelj   -     ike ihlft,
and  will ix   re la < l later with ; i r
rnanent work.    The same a]
-.   . lon      For  t',i    m
an      rawi   -
Thi   ' een stream i
;    the    dellverj   wickei   I
i   to the dro] l ttei  ' os
will  soon   be a  tiling of  the  path,   wickel will be moved Beveral feet
; -i a. , and esi nl  peusition ta
np     ���  draw rs.    The i.mmy order and
Bavings bank offlce will in futnr
ns��'d bj   the postmaster as  a ; rl
offlci. an i his ; -1 Benl quarters  U the
niii- r   end   of   the   building will i>e
��� i ��� av, ay with altogi ther. and a
stain], counter placed there Instead.
The mom-. (, di r business will be
transacted In the old fisheries I tild
ing.
The total number of drawers In the
post office after lhe new year will be
816, while the boxes will total a out
fifty, this being double th�� number in
use af tiie present time. There are
a large number of applications on
band tor boxes and drawers, but these
will all in- supplied within the next
[hree weeks.
a .    Foi ks,    I ><-,-     13    Hei
the  Grand  Foi ks   Laboi   union
wai   making i bai-<     again     ���   rtaln
:������;   bringing in  for, Ign k   ���
thi  executive committee ol the loctai
union   has  la-en asked   foi   thi    -,
and the following signed statement  i
iie...,       rhe C.ranhy  company's  whls
tie   blew  promptly at  seven o'cl��,e,,
Tuesdaj morning, and somi  b ven oi
men resjionded to its call. This
is  the  flrst  time    since th��  l Ith i I
November,     Men   arr   arrhin.-   di
and returning by ilie next train   8 >
eral extra policemen have b< ��� ���    i
. : are Btatlom d aropnd the - melt
er and   railway  depot.      It   looks  a
::   igh  they i xpected trouble oi
to make II   as somi   ol   tl
ol the law are demai .
union     itton-   from   tin-   u,i b    o
wiih a warning to l p moving   ["here
i-   i<    .���   .1 of anj action
the pi ������ ij emploj i     ���    labor In
the Boundary country.   'I'ii,   woi
men are inti Illgent, lav. abl
ens.   V\ e c msidi   thi   acl ��� en ty
the  ciran ij   companj   a   vio atlo     i
Artlcl.   ";    f th    I., mieux  I
��� ���   a,, n ari Ivin that
en   hired  ln  the  United
. received a   frei
This   .       ��� asider a   violation of th
law.    Vs good , il zens v
,:��� ��� irotection  under the lav
thi    o ntry in which we live and t- 11
aim   In   conclusion    ask   th    lab* rii
class ���   em    themselvi i
n
(Signed)    "Executivi   Committee,
and Porks union 180, W.F M "
The .Nome basketball team has
en  the   Seattle   Times   the   following
whine:
"Tha Arctic Brotherhood team say
the members of ihe New Westminster
toam are the poorest bunch of sports
they ever struck. They played in
N'ew Westminster Tuesday nighl and
the game was not finished. The score
at the end of the firsi half stool IS
to is in favor of New Westminster,
and when the Nome men want* I to
put in thre,. new players, tli. Canadians objected ;-nd the gam,- roke up
right there.
"Spaulding's guid��- i. the authority
on basketball, and that say.- changes
may be made al any time, so tho
Nome men stuck up tor their rights,
It has been the custom of the Nome
men to take things ea,sy for the first
half of the game, finding out what the
othei  fell* ���. and thou making
a runaway race of it in the second.
Thej made a mistake in loafing at
New Westminster, however, for the
gam, ended with Uie score against
theni. Tin \ will take no morechanci
after their experience in New Westminster, but wlll try to keep a slight
lead all the time, though i" e know
they will not meet an American team
that will object to changes in the line
up, for that is allowable ui ler the
rules."
FRANCE MAY SEND
FLEET TO EAST
LABOR   COUNCIL  FAVORS
GENERAL  SUNDAY CLOSING
:,��� Uli ham. Dec 13.���Al the 1 ist
meeting of the Central Lajjor '" i
[s cltj. resolutions wi r. a lopted
,, :r,_ the support of union Utbi -
to the movement originated by th s
Bellingham Ministerial associa on
looking toward a general closing of till
pla ies of business on Sunday, as provided for by the slate law. The introduction of the resolution provol i I
a \iolent discussion, and ii is sai1
that as s resull there may be a spill
in the organization repre-eti'ins; uni
on  labor here.
Paris, Dee. 13-���L��a LIberte te, laj
says Franc., is preparing to send out
reinforcements to her 11. ei in the fur
East. This decision is attributed, the
paper says, to the growth of the ant!-
foreign tnovi oei t   -, CbiMu
JAPANESE CAPTURE
All CHINESE TRADE
MMI CLASS CONCERT
HAD ARTISTIC MI.KIT
Peter Turner, Twelve Years-
Resident in Tien Tsin, Discusses Nipponese Methods
GEN.
-,    each.    The top floor
rooms, none  of   which  are
ICvery room in the
������ <��� imppen    wn.i ., tele-
r, steam heat and el-
furnltur ��� is of an-
i mahogony, and itn    ��� I
lten< d metal or brass.
ii li room is (onnect-
bath and   chief prizes  In  his  guessing contest,
���   ���
on al
,
and  In  ease of tire
' c rung al once
an.! placed thi m, together with the
four other prlsi s, under a glass case
whieh he sealed up in the presence
Of   a    News   repoi ,      The   ohjert   ol
the compi tition is to guess the length
of time the two watches will run. and
, Verj -irl anel i���. in Nev, Weatmlii
ster will have an opportunitj to win
one of the six prize. The gold and
.       ;-   wauli> s    mentioned   aboi .   a
������ The    Chiiliwack      Manufacture -���
company"    has  incorporated   wiih   a
Ital of $15,000, divided Into three
hundred shares of $bn each. The new
nj > charter is  very i xtensive,
,    as iis objects the carrying on
Of a general timber business, and the
asquisll on or building ol tugs, steam-
,11 hi     vessels uec s
arrj   on the company's  |er<'-
j sets, and   li erty  to hire or chart* r
lhe same,   this   ; r i< ti cai l.v  yi-, i
thi   full rights of a common can ���
KUROPATKIN   SAYS
RUSSIAN   FORTRESS   WEAK
St Petersburg, Dec, 13. Gen. Knr-
onatkin testified today at the court-
martial of Gen. Stoessel and other
earmy officers charged with needlessly
Surrendering Porl Vrthur to ih< .lap
anese, thai the Japanese could have
taken Port Arthur by assault in the
early days of the war, ns the defenc B
wer,- then incomplete. On the whole
i,, r.   K lir ei al kin's eviel  QCC   was |   mm
abli  to Cen   Stoessel
thi
bail.Una  i--   s. lid gold brooch, ai I  with pearls; a
���
i
|
|0Lo
- ontalnlng besidi a the
II ird room, five sam-
llvlng   rooms   for   the
���', un, store room, fur-
t-  lei . , tc.
JOURNALIST SPENDS
SHORT   TIME  ON   COAST
i.    one  of    tin
best
gold stick pin, a handsome silver enamelled bell buckle, and a self-filling
fountain pen are the prizes to be aw-
.,���,.,! the iUoky winners. Guesses
will be received from 8 a. m, to I p
in. today, and the awards will be
made   on   .Monday-
On page four of this issue ���will be
foum] voting tick, is for boys anel
girls.
ROAD WANTED THROllliH     VERBAL ASSURANCES ARE
INDIAN RESERVATION    GIVEN HON. MR. LEMIEUX
A   deputatiOU   Of   several     business
men waited on Mayor Keary yesterday afternoon and asked him to call
meeting for the discussion of
���
' !  loimallsta In Canada
. i ie, spend a few days
I
Mr i-
i "'has been out  of active
: someyears. In the early
Wi tes hl  edited a daily    paper   in  the propojsed aale of forty live aces
H en the illustrious George 0f land owned by the city oft Lulu isl
���   late Amos  Howe were  and. They stated thai to their know).
sworn fl*u'es in.-the newspaper edge   (h<'   construction   oi
1   a       "'  western capital. bridge in plai ' the pi
'  '    'l  -ms after that  be was   -,-,ir  would  mean  the  location  of  at
"font,,  Mail,  the chief  least one more Industry on the I     ><"
iiii  the
ary  of
'!>ted, to go over and edit
steel
resent wooden
ronto Mail
Globe I They were heartilj In favor of sei-
'   ' I him a salary of ��6,000  ing the land to raise monej for sucn
B  lanflabta  purpose, and offered   i
;     '        0   ',,
l.
m ;,
mayoi
and  COUncll  their
support. Th -
Of Ii
Mr. Pan-ai-s serv  substance of  the  lnl rvie��    will   be
less laid before tthe oounoi] by the mayor
! In a
I' -:.::,i,, "  ; '"��� :| more or
-; Ity by the 0. P, R.     on Monday evi oing,
A petition Is being drawn up by
Messrs. 'I'owian. Merryfleld anei Jack-
man, representing the Matsqui Liberal association, asking the Dominion
governmenl to construct a wagon road
through the Indian ns, rve In thai
district, in order to provide Ml outlet, il being al preBenl necessary to
travel through private lauds In order!
to reach the highway. The deolslon I
to press for tfils boon was arrived ati
,nt a meeting of the association recently held at the residence of John Den-
ison, when .1. A. Morrison occupied
the chair in the absence of the presldenl of the association,
in addition to transacting a certain
amount of routine business, and listening to the report of the delegates
v.Tl"<> attended the convention held in
this city in November, arrangements
were made for the holding of a m"et-
ing during the first week of tha new
[year, when officers for 1808 iare to be
elected.
London. I>er. 13. A Tokio despatch
confirms the report that, as in the
case of the United States, th ro can
be no formal exchange of diplomatic
net, s between Canada and Japan res-
pecting immigration, bul Mr, Lemieux
will receive verbal assurance from !*���
Japanese governmenl that restrictions
will   be applied   to emigrants  such  as
will  stive Canada    from   embarrass
ment.
A strong movement has develop;d
In an unexpected quarter looking to
the prohibition of emigration of all
laborers to America and Canada, and
it Is understood that a number of
prominent persons, formerly of th-1
Japanese cabinet, and others, Intend
to urge the adopt ion of such a measure, They will require tiie govirn-
im nt to undertake the development
upon a large scale of Hokkaido, Korea, and Manchuria, in order to give
employment  to  Japanese,
The concert given by the matriculation ciass at Columbian college last
evening had considerably more a nis
tic merit than one is accustomed to
expect from amateur performers. The
orchestra   was  composed   Of     Messrs.
Smith, n. and .1. s. Kobson. and Richards, violins; Mr. Greenhulg.i. 'cello;
Mr. Cousins, bass viol; Messrs, .lack
son and Insley, horns; and Mr, De
Heck,   at   the piano.
George  R. Grant's    readings    wer
given with great dramatic effect, and
i' ��� re loudly applauded,    as was  Mr,
McDonald's torch swinging.   The pte
no mazurka, by  Miss Qrindley,  was
rendi red in a spirited manner, show
ing gnat knowledge of technique anl
expression.    Hoih numbers given  in
h vocal quartette composed of Misses
Bowell ami Lund and Messrs. McDonald and Kobson. were    very well  r
celved.   Messrs. Greenhalgh, S, Hob
son.   II.   Kobson  and   Smith  gave  two
string quartette numbers,  which  wi re
much appreciated,     Howard  DeBeck
was   heard   in   a     piano  selection  en
titled,  "To B   Water  Lily."    The con
cert as a whole may be reckoned a
distinct  -success.
Radical Elected.
Berne, Switzerland, Dec. 1".���Tho
federal assembly today elected Dr.
Ernest Brenner, Radical, to be president of the Swiss republic for 190S.
Mr. Brenner is vice-president of the
federal   council.
Hotel Clerk Kills Himself.
Victoria, Dec, 1,'I.���Alfred Francis,
clerk of the St. Fraitcls hotel, commit
ted suicide yesterday afternoon, shcxit-
ing himself with a revolver. Despondency as a result of continued Illness
, was   the   cause.
'        'i-r:V
After spending some months visit
ing relatives, whom he hud not s < n
for 12 years, Peter Turner is returning
to China on the next Empress.
lie lias had a very eventful life in
the far east, having been one of the
foreigners who was shut up in Pekin
by the Boxers during the Boxer trouble
The relief of the imperial city was one
of the thrilling ��� vents of that time and
first broughl to the attention of the
world the excellence of the troops of
Japan.
Mr Turner is an authority on affairs
in the far east, particularly inthe mer*
cantile line. He is Btationed at Tien
Tsin. in Hie northern part of China.
He refers to the great change that is
being made in China during reci nl
years, and also in Japan. Since the war
Japan his started in on a new (ield ot
conquest and ber success in this line
is quite as rapid ami quite a- sensational as the war. The new field of
conquest Is in commerce,
Japan is rapidly capturing the entire
Chinese coast trade, Already the Japanese .tiro driving t'he other ntitions
out of competition. With n captain get-
ling $f>i) a month and others in proportion, while the food of lite crews
amount to but little, the Japanese can
Underbid the other nations. The result
is that one by one Ihe other nations
are gradually being underbidden and
the trade taken,
Mr. Turner says that (lie Americans
are losing in China lhe trade they ones
had- The Americans after all that has
been said are not studying their market carefully enough, and are not manufacturing for the market. The Japanese have started into manufacturing,
study the market and are capturing
the Chinese trade. This trade, Mr.
Turner snys,  is being captured  along
ifair lines, and Japanese have no un-
surmountabie advantages,  except that
(they are vigorous   and   enterprising.
Mr. Turner is going to China to set-
J tie up his affairs but will return In a
, short time to Canada.
V PAGE  TWO
THE DA TLY NEWS.
���8:
^^
i
Condensed
Advertisements
��� ������������������������������ee
���
TJIOUND-STRING     OF      SHELLS,
ply The Xews.
���
���
MARKET
RE PORT
���
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���  ����������������������������
, farm rs'  mai
 .   Bl  rdaj   wa- ���
Ft ;;  SALE- PIANO,    PRACTICAL-  eral                       - Meats
ly new; .       moving   east;       i
11.:  '   Bell     A::;es-   M    C.   M.,   News   v.
i was verj* large ai
1 of trading  was done.
ynil   SALE- 2    STORIED  ii (USE, ...
1       m corner lot. I     - n ���' ������-.   -  l0 s  cents   per  puundr  an .  boMa
ath, fu   ..-    stonefe.ua-   brought from 5 to 6 cents.   There was
considera le beef of an Inferii r .trade
dation.    P -   500.   Apply '/... lb O.
Box ���
lOUND���OLD UH1NDLE COW. IF
not called for in two weeks, will
.-ell t.i defray expenses. A- Mackvay,
Burnaiiv Lake.
G
11.,;.
APANES1
WOMAN  same as those of last   week, viz.. 11
wants   situation    to   do  co- king  cents   per   pound    for   mi Iiu .    sized
and housework and washing. Apply
Japanesi House, P.O. Box ill. N'ew
West minster.
H ).M::it PIGEONS FOR SALE.   AP
a,.-     P.  O.  Box 5 :;.   New  Wi    -
;   ter,
J
iwn:.-'.:    boy    attending
: wants w irk with goo! fam
ily   in   ri  urn   for   :    in.
\      f Box 545, cit;
ami   board,
S. Matsumura, P. O. li'ix 296, city.
Position wanted   as work-
ing    housekeeper;    go d    cook.
Apply at  News office.
LOST���GREENISH C0LORKD   OV-
ercoat on  Saturday  night.    Reward.   Finder return to Central hotel.
vigorous, and   very   few    salea   w n
made.    The   quotation   was   aboul   $S
a:pi  $9 a dozen.
l' ars sold at aboul 60 at! l 7" cents
a l ox. and apples ,at from no cen'- *o
$1.25 a box. The quotations ior p -
tatoes was from $17 to $1H a ton, and
for onions $2.50 a sack. The supply
of both potatoes and onions was fair.
LOST.      AX     OLD    FASHIONED
gold I rooch set with cairngorm.
Reward. Apply Daily News.
Stirring Slave   Story.
SUtson's   "Uncle  Tom'.-   ("a  in"    is
:h<- title of a    really    big    company;
TO RENT���ONE FURNISHED BL J- which, under ih.-    personal    manage-
room,  near  Library.    Apply  287 men: of Leon Washburn, whose name
Victoria  street. ; has been long and favorably associat-
 erl with  up-to-date amusements,  b-,  to
Q TRAYED LAST WEEK A SMALL appear at the Opera House on Wi 1-
^ dark sorrell horse. Notify F. nesday next. The company compris s
Reichenbach. New Westminster. 'fifty people, including a dozen special-
 '    ty artists, two quartetts, a superb or-
"lyAN'TKD���VOCNC   LADY,    JUST chestra, and many colored comedians,
"    le!t   scho01   preferred,    to take. who add to the big production  ��� I  a
care of office.      Apply   D.  C.  Dally little  by their  spontaneous  wit     et: i
News office. | clever singing and dancing. Watch f r
' i the big parade.
W
NTED���YOUNG   MAN    WANTS
a  room  containing    a stove or'
grate,  in  private  residence;   vicinity
of Sixth street and Royal avenue pre-
ferred.    Leave replies at News offlce.
NOTICE.
YX7 ANTED���POSITION    AS    FIRE-
* "    man or warehouseman in west.
Addrfss the News.
W
A.NTED���POSITION  AS   PRESS
man  or  helper.      Address  The
News,
T17ANTEI
*'     laciv,
n'TED��� POSITION  AS   SALES-
or  as  nurse  for invalid.
Apply at this office for address.
WANTED���A NUMBER OF FIRST
class laborers.   Apply to Qulg (��ra in Ladies' and Gents'
WE HEREBY NOTIFY THE PU3-
lic that after this date all orders for
wood wil! have to be accompanies! by
CASH.
(Signed)     BELYEA   & CO.
LOUIS  WILLIAMS.
WILBER   SM_J"H
December 5, 1907.
Leo. Mueller
HAIR SPECIALIST
Importers, Manufacturers, and Deal-
ley, near Small & B'jcklin's.
ANTED���BY      YOUNG     LADY,
room and board, convenient 'o'
W
post office.    Apply K.. Box 693
.   FINE  HAIR GOODS
Toopes. Wigs, Transformations,
Pompadours and   Switches.
w
VNTED-
-POSITION
A3
HOTEL
Clerk,
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good
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C. P
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��93.
Marcel Wave. Bleaching and Dyeing. Manicure and Massage, Chirpo.ly
and Scalp Treatment.
ly   436 Granville St.
Vancouver, B. C.
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DUNG   JAPANESE  BOY    WANTS ,
ituation  as  house  boy;   honest
and intelligent;   speaks gond   English.
Addr ss    0.  NLSHI.    I'   0.   Box  -111.
New   Westminst' r
DR. HATHERLY, Optician an I doc-:
of   o,;.-    ... ilgj       Cur
Nervous  and Chn :.: ���  li--.,].,,-hes    by '
���Pg2r-. "''     glasses.
*���**'   i-. .a.   Six a    Si . Murchie
blor-k.  New  Wi -';::::.-  r
The Oriental Contract Cd.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor  Contractors j
Nev, Westminster bra tub P. o    '
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
if You've LOST Anything.
L HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eighth  Street,
NEW   WES7MIN8TER.   8    C.
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YOU TAKE NO CHANCES WITH TIIE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has been a household word
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.      Their    sjiecial    process
renders the sole leather perfectly and    permanently   Waterproof, besides adding doubly to iis wea-ing qualities.
These we specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies,  from $2.75 to $4.00. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, $2.75.
The Old Country Boot Store,  -   Columbia St.
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor g
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Srltl.h  Columbia |
on sale, for which there was  a very
, ,  slim demand-    The bettei   guality  of
-T      no,   eaMed  for in two weeks, will   ��**   ll0Wevur'  WSS   in   g00d   d"ni U
and sold briskly at quotations.   Lamb
mutton sold  for 14 an.l 13 c ats,
ectively, under a fairly strong de-
Fui; sale���ONE FUNK &. WAG- mand.    The call for pork was :,.
nal'-   Stan,l.ii-l   L.ctionary    Sub- and prices were Arm at trom 3 to 9^
Bcription edition. Apply, Daily News, a pound.    Veal WB3-abou< an average
 supply,  and  prices    ��^;,-  a   iul   the
calves, and from 7 to S cents for the
���  ones.
V  gJighl  falling oil  In  :::���    . i
Cor  eggs   was  notii eable,  an I   pi ices
dropped slightlj it; sympathy.   'Het'ore
the   tnat:., ���      ��� eggs Wi
cents a dozi n, a dr ip ol      -    it
a   lozen iu  ; ���-��� ���  wi eks     Buttei   - ild
a.-  usual  : i    from  35  to   10 cen!- a
pound,
The  supply  of Cow ,>   was abou    at:
average one. Fairly good birds broughl
JAPANESE   LADIES   WANT  GEN-   from $6.50 to $8.00 a dozen, and cl
i   .    housework    fnr    month, or  ens   brought  aboul    $5.50  te $6.50  a
washing clothes by the day.   Apply to   dozen.    The call  for ducks  was  not
%*tfs
Dress Suits
If you knew positively that
you could get a better fitting
���better made-better quality dress suit at a Fashion-
Craft store than your tailors,
at an economy of from
$10. tc $20. would you not
buy it ?
Just because you may nol have figured
out why this is so, is no reason tiiat you
should not know fo.-' your own guidance
that itjs sh !
It requires no logic to convince you���
Fashion-Craft dress suits await your
examination.
Jn all business matters you use business
judgement���and why not in the choice
of a Dress Suit.
Dress Suits.$30, $35, $40.
And you get what you want, when you want it.
H. L. DeBeck, Agent,   -   -  -  New Westminster
ay Co
Service.
TlfVfET^ijLE
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PRiNCE  R|
S.S   Princes
L fan��
tun da
Nov.  13;   l.v.
Nov. 26;   I..    Vi i,
Dec.   9;  Lv. Victo
Dec   26;   l...   . .
Jan.   9;   Lv.  \
Jan. 2b,  l.v.  Vli
I-       9;   l.v. Victo
Fi  -   24;   Lv.   Vli toi
VANCOUVER-VIC!
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rincess   .'
I8TER
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INVITES YOU TO
MOREY'S
jV/IOREY'S just now means everything
1V* pretty, bright and useful for old and
young. Come and see our grand display.
Toys,   Dolls9
Fancy Goods5 Fancy China,
Glassvvare,aod Dinsoerware
Books, Bibles and
Prayer Books.
A Great Big Stock at
1   ���
Leavi s  Vacou.
arrives al  Vici i
Leaves  Vici
vi .<-.> Vani ear. ���
VICTORIA-SEATTLE   route
S.S.   Princess
Leaves Victoi  ,
I'I   J1!     Mon   1   e ��� .:
ill       'i.ei!  ���      ���
Lea ��� .��� Si attle i:
cepl Mon i  ;
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VICTORIA      NEV,
ROUTE
Steamer   R
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From   V cto
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WEST   COAST   R
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Li .,.��� g Victo
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month    or  Q   ���
L'-'ili ni eacl
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VANCOUVEK-NAe\A   ' -r
S. S. Jo.ir
Lea ���* i -   Vanco
except Sun i ij     Friday a
leaves   al l p.m.
7 a.  iu.
UPPER   FRASER   Rl . ��
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   v.
Mondays,  \\ e Ines lays a
Leaves   I'll! !iw,i'-k   7   i.
Thursday   an I   Sa turd -_ _. |
landing's   bel��een   N iw    . ���       is'.s
and Chilllwar-k.
UP  R1VEH
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu.,  '
From Chwk. .Sun.. Wed.. Fr:
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER  ROUTE
S. S.  Transfer.
Leaves  New   We . I
cept Sunday at 2 p.m    n
trip Monday al 5  i
Leaves Steveston
\\ ednesd iy,   Thui ida
at T a. m.; Fi .,i iy at 6 a       Id    i   |
trip Saturday   5 p. tn
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur
From Victoria 11 p m '.'���;
from Vancouver ar - p ��� ��� \
and 16th of each monih, calling at 1
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Cools f
on second trip.
RIVERS  INLET,  VAN  ANDA, LUND.
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p. m ���������'���:���  Ti.s'.J
from Vanoouver ;�� a   :n. every Wednesday.      Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon,  at Vlctorttj
Monday   morning.
| VICTORIA-NANAIMO.       NANAIMO
COMOX-UNION    ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Loaves Victoria Tuesday ' a.m.; w
rives Nanaimo 4  p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p ">
arrives   Victoria  2  p.   "-!���
For   reservations   and   Informix |
call or address
FD  OOULET,
Agent, New Westi
lv   I   COYLE
i.m   Gen.  Pass   Agent, Vati
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tei hi   Su ,er'iitenii  nl   Vici   ,:
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Trains &. Steamers]
C P.R.   MAIN
Leave New We
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Arrive     New     Wi
12:45, 16:30,  IS:25,  13:
Ovi rland    exprea
leaves   15:15.
GREAT NORTHERN '-A
Lv. N. w. D.20 turn.;  >'  --;���;;,",,:,,
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.: nr. Seattle 1" t
p.m.
V.. W. & y.-VANCO0VKR
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:oP P- ~ m
Lv. Vancouver 8.36 a.m.
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and 4 if
Columbia St.
Vancouver ->..,,' ��.����������� ", ,.,n\,
(i.  N.  R.-PORT 'et,( H.,,>Bh
Leave New WestmtuBter ��� ���'   -
arrive  Cuiclion  il  p m ^1
Leave Guichon i> a  m
irrive
md fri'l^'
New  Westminster 8:3
Mondays, Wednesu , ,.
B.  CBLKCTIUC-VANCODV*,
Lv.  New  Westminster ��.�������
and 8 a. n... and every half hour tie
'after till ll p. m. .. it
i    Lv.  Vancouver  for Wsstml^
! same heura,
Advertise in the NewsUs-mE m
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V.  DEC   1-1.   1307
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THE DAILY NEWS.
PAuE thrp:e
Cook S
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Cuisi
Chefs
11 WHEN SEEKING
Christmas   Gifts
CALL AT
The White House
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WE ARE USIRG PURE CANADIAN MILK HI
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J Milk Chocolate,
^    Croquettes, Wafers,
*J    Cakes, Medallions, i
mb or
FOR WATTS EVIDENCE
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Dor,).
Trust   Build,ng 1    A. J0 BIRTCH
Opposite Post Office
V
275 Columbia Street |
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Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IW
PURITY AUD FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The   COWAN   CO.,  Ltd.,   TORONTO
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Receive Payment [if Murder Su- i ���    is Convicted.
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Miss Helen ISadgely : deliver to any part of the city.
entertainer and   Dramatic   Reader
i
CI. WILLIAMS
Miss Mae Dickinson 5   Eighth ave. and SMond St. 'Phone 333
qu tai   and  Vocal   Soloist
Mr. Piercy
Elocutionist
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A Dinner Set makes a nice and useful present.
We have a nice selection at $8, $18, $16.50 and $20
Jardineres from 20c up to $5.
China and Glassware of all kinds.
Our Grocery Department is well  stocked with
Xmas goods.
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tand :. e,:i   ii     ������   trial   of
'.. Miam S] thill, tin? star
-.'. ll:,-.-:. . ��� di <-.,.-������ on ��� he conspiracy charge, state | tl .to
receive $450 if be would
againsi \v .; . . was an
understand! - he was to got $4-",0
"i ih, fl 000 reward thai O. II Lam-
oreaux �� i I ��� elve, while Sheriff
Williams waa to get  $100 only.
Judge Neterei sent the Jury out of
the room while he hoard what the defense expected to prove s the witness. Al the conclusion of the evidence he sai.l he would permit t'ne
story to go hefore the twelve men
but that the state would be allowed to
put on witnesses to refute the testimony, if possible.
Thfi jury' was "recalled, and Spithill
went on with his story. It-ft>-expected
that Sheriff WillJSIBs and Lamori tu
will be called by the state���To~iisv,<-r
to the charges made by Spithill.
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I A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUMES J
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Set of Pipes in ' ' case, $1 ��00 to $15.00	
Austrian   Brass  Pipe   Racks,  $2.50 up.
Se-noking Set;   ti of with  Dutch   seen'-.--   in   J
,:  piete with i polished   nickle   mounts;   4
Id with or without pipes.   . ���
icle Tom's
Cabin
Thi:  BARNUM  OF  THEM ALL
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r Cutters and Souvenir Novel les   X
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Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
I ravel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
.1.tei train,     how liates.
���<���       rime. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANu ALL I'olNTS EAST
I Ip   tickets   mi   sale     to   all
io -.- ���
speci,il    Reduced    R itea    Round    Trif
Rates   to   Southern   California.
n 1 -il on or write
i ANG, 1 Eeneral Agent,
H wtinga St., Vancouver, B. C,
A, I"   CHARLTON,
Portland, ore
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i % Vancouver's Leading Jewellers.
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Mum Grand Novelties Than Ever
Two Brass Bands and Orchestra.
Two  Funny   Marks.
Two Mischi, vous To] r;i
Gorgeous   Scenery    with    Beautiful
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��� Electrical  Effects.
4      Grand   Vi   on   and   Tr    sformation
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4      Col,  Sawyer's  Pack Siberian  Blood
��� Hounds.
I I   Co, Hastings and Granville Sts. -        Vancouver   4 ^  ^  ^ ^  ^
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fr i
Scenes.
Genuine Southern Cake Walkers.
Buck and Wing Dancers.
Male and Female Quarte! e.
Chariots drawn by Handsome Sh.t-
ll     GEO. E. TR0REY, Managing Director
5c, 50c, 75c    and $1.00
.  tes can be secure I      I ig  with the Arms list-  *
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D. S. Curtis will count the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
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HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under m-w   management)
ionel   Hawels,     Photographer
1).   S.   CURTIS   &   CO.
Drugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry   Goods
West   End  Grocery
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HOUSECOATS,    BATHROBES.    TIES.  FANCY  BRACES, SHIRTS,    |      TheMeiTV    Musical Farce
COLLARS, GLOVES,  HANDKERCHIEFS,   UNDERWEAR. 'v ( ('!"'1--QJ'
UMBRELLAS and FANCY VESTS.
All these and more we have an       d prices ara right.
F. CRAKE I
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting Goods. Gen.  Repairing
MOREY   &.   CO. J
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Home-made    Chocolate    Con-     4
factions,     Ice   Cream S*
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pre Vou Crazy?"
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S.   H.   Thompson,  Prop.
Lugene orown
TKE CASH CLOTHIER.
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The Iii;: Music Pun Show With
FRANK DAMSEL
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��� Dancing   Girls.       Funny   Comedians.
��� Catchy Musical Hits.
4 See the   Tetldy Bears
X Prices, $1, 75c,   50c and 25c
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ADVERTISE IN THE DAIL? NEWS
i    -,.-s   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Watches trom $12,75 up
Silver   Watches,   open
��� Sliver Watches,  double
I   'ID.
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pplled   to    chi    Wellman
edition.    Ml warranted
igs, .a"-, airy, etc., etc,
able.
;i P tiring;     marges   reason-
;e
TAKE
hite P-
and Yukon   oute
RAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
HORSE,    DAWSON    and
except
Whi
Sunn ^    KSl    Uaily trains (~
vl   *',irrying   passengers,   mail,
M md    freight    connect    with
���  ��� r   ''  ( "cross and White Horse,
taining .-, through winter service.
::'-fe-n  apply to
"   "'b2. 5,   Traffic   Managei,
Vancouver. B. C.
f^tfw
Dressing Gowns.
$3.50 to $15
Smoking Jackets,
$4 to $9
Fancy Hose,
40c, 50c, 60c, 75c
New Styli
MUFFLERS
Made   in   Colored
Barathea,     with
hemstitched ends
$2.00 each
H II   II P^S    The Wardrobe Clothier.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS
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A General Meeting
will  be In d
| Monday Evening, Dec. 16
Guessin
o'clock
IN ���
atcn
AT D
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^ompetitic
C. A. McKILLOP,
SUCCESSOR TO R. C.  PURDY
ie 310- Columbia Street, next to Tram of
EAGLE'S HALL
Important   business.
IHE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dail}   Xew.-  !-.
Ushing   i' e.i,; any,   Limited,   al        t
offici . ��� i- of   Six-:,   and   F.  i
itreets,  \, -.-.   Westmin   er,  i;   C
E.   A.   Paic;e Manajing   Director
Georgi   Wash ���.-:���,:-.  a coloie i man
.,.,- adn in -I 'ee t!���. Royal I
Ital ; ester I i evening I treat-
i .- nt. He i> suffer ng from Q al -
tack of Influenza.
SATURDAY.  DEC.
1907
BLUE   .RUIN.
th    Oppos
ition oa   hi    amendment    to ih    ad-
to the si eecfc from the   -.. ���
; . .   giving the   rri -
ea ol  ������> ba    a 111 bi   the  Di
battl the nexl election of I ..-���
. ee in thi   Halifax platform,
with   its ible    plan .    for e ich
province, .��� possible chance of its being rem - . ��� from 'he 3] aedes of 0 1-
position.   Thi   bal      cry will be"blu���
The   lostponed
ween  the  Col,,- ,     in 1   l ml      Sham
rocks  wil]   in-  played  0:1   ihe-   pi
���  gr mnds, Vancouver, this a '- r-
a cn al   "iii- o'clo \
will leave the trai     ifflce min-
��� 1 ,->-\ e-:.   with the
and sup   1   ei      Tin- liu<        ���      '��� M.
c. wii: be.   Goal, T irm 1 -    -
Mi yers and Prouty; Imi  bai        '. tl
Pound,   H.   Draine;
Betts,    C.   Smith,  Kei 1      :
All Interested are inviied to a-n-nd.
T. TURNBULL, Presi a, ml
.1. I). TAYLOR, Secretary.
TURNBULL'S
BAKERY
4th and Columbia Sis.
Cut out this ticket, till in your guess and bring to our store befo
today.   The watches were wound at  LO p.m.  last night,  set undei
cover and sealed by Mr. II. P. Vidal. uf the Daily Xews stall'.   These
will, it is expected, run down some time Saturday night.     The guess
then be examined and the names of the winners nf thi.' hoys' and  girl
will be announced through the daily papers Mondav.   Remember f:,
of winning-$50 in prizes.   Three prizes for boys and three prizes fnr gjr]
THIS IS TREE:.   Al! you have to do is cut out  the ticket, w    . ap.
pears.in the daily papers, fill in you guess with name and address .
to our store before 1 p.m.
All kinds of fancy pastry.
First class candies.   Fresh
taffy. G. B. chocolates.
Bread 5c per loaf.
HOURS
MINUTES
SECONDS
Name       	
AlH.IM-'SS                                        	
HOURS
MINUTES
-1 -    '
Name...
Address
HORACE DORER,
II
Diamond IVI er chant,       Columbia
The building   io   ml I      new
Royal Columbian hospital h Id a shorr
- ��� ting yesterday -ift irnoon and ' I
contracts for the heating .n : plum
ruin." Thi di ond I picture of ing of the maternity cottagi and nur-
hard times paini I so graphically bj ses !'"lliP- A proposition to (onmi nee
iin- Tie... orators . relieved a little tne construction of an isolation hos-
by the genial mem er for We.-: Hn- pital on the hospital reserve was also
i-e.i.  Mr,   E.  X.  Lewis,  who delivered   discussed, anel  it  was de id   !   to In-
a yoo ! plain, practical spe th, ia
which iie snyge_>Le-.i some changes iu
���the criminal code witli respect to ot-
fen iei ij Jnsl women and children,
ami alM suggested that a referendum
ie. taki :i ai ih'- nexl election as to
whetliir the Senate should b-.- abolished or ih, members thereof elected by
Uu ivinci The cloud was somewhal li ��� i .,efore the division, only
ii, fall .- .. heavier pail on the r- -
sumption of the debate bj Dr. Barr
i Duffi rin e. 'I'i,, horael .-. woi
immigrants, t'ne hall tim
of thi ��� i ries, the usui
' ' ��� ���.   e , :.;,.���_; liture, in sho. I
all the symptoms and causes of national disasti r wi re bi re, an.l thej
had all sj : ung from on s mr --. the
Libera] govei nment.
This is to I .- their cry, and on their
flag one must expect to find the long-
drawn-out physiognomy o: George Hulas-Foster, adorned with blue specks.
terview the m dical men and I , :,
their views on the subject. T se
present were: James Cunningham, in
the chialr; Marshall Sinclair, .1. J.
Jones, .lames Johnson, and the sei retary, VV. H. Keary. Architec Salt
and A. Hardman wire also present to
consult with the meml rs ol the committee
Come and have a look at
our Xmas Cake  before buying elsewhere.
30c per pound.        It is good
Market  Vendors
Farmers and other out of town residents, are invited to visit the latest
and most up-to-dat-- Barber Shop in
Xew  Westminster.
PRINT
fhe flub lonsorial Parlor
J. R. Coon. Prop.
re yo ir prlntin ��� .
i by I he loi a
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY NEWS  ill.' C .
Commons' Christmas Holiday.
Ottawa. Dee.  13.���The    Hous
wl i
English   and American   Billiard   T.
bles,   Bowling   Alleys,  etc.     New   an
second - hand  tables  and  supplies   ',
A  handsome washbowl,  fitte I  with   stoc-
} hot and cold water, has been install-'
, ed' on the premises, and the public is
! invite,!  to make use  of this  conv ni-
! ence.    No  charge  made.
irn  for Christmas  holidays   from
U lit  I   tll    Oil r. _,  ,.
Di c.   19 to Jan.  8.
R.   H.   CLIBURN
k.2698, P.  0
'.   vling Alley,  P :. ler St.,
VANCOUVER
���   ��� ir  Messr     San
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS   Co.,   roronto.
).x   11
Get Established
i    .   f,  ���'. .-   will net
isi such a prop*      ��� ���-.    New Hou ������ on b
��� ..     66 cl32 feet    fou in   ell om
>C50.     Ul wi    ���      :    |2701 for Lhla pro ty.   Good te
tXWiSt.'
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TRUSI COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON.
real estate <w���
Manager
 INSl
Llil,
\Cy
^I'tk
TARIFF COMeVIISSION.
la,   Canadian Manufacturers' asso
Ciati in,  at   their   meeting   last   week,
ado pte I  an  extraordinary    resolution
favoring   a permanenl   tariff commission somewhat upon the linos of tha
Railway   commission,    and   veiled  It
with an excuse thai the tariff would,
thus   be   removed   from  the  political
arena.    Now,   with   a tariff  fix*- i  for
a term of years oi   until the  expansion   '     tl      country   made     further
changes -.    essary, the idea of a commission would he all righi.   But what
the manufacturers win' is a commission  charge !  with power to increase
or lower the duties at any time, upon
the  a .. lica Ion  of    the   producer or
manufacturer or a member of them.
To ; .-��� \enl   unrest the   .ery  opposite
sho ild be the eas i, and the less frequent   the changi the  tariff, the
gre tter the confldi nce Is In the    usi-
;       con     u Ity.   We are  il one with
ellef tl   ���     divorcement  ;
of poll       and ta .. ��� ���   desire I;
e' .:   thei      -   no   II e il (ing   the   facl
thai thi 111 rercal
yet awhl , olitii il        ���     It is so
in ih i Re tiblic a mth ol us and so
long as it is the main iss ie with the
part over theri I will be a
li.- Ise .,- here In Cana La, and to re-
movi it from the hai i of a rasponsl.
ble ministi r of I be < row n, who Is accountable to parliament and whose'
acts are endorsed or condemned at
the polls, under the circumstances
might be frought with considerable
danger to the true business interests
of  the   whole  people.
TO-DAY
Will  be a Bumper
Day at    :     :    :    :
XMAS
Dressing Cases
ALL   PRICES
RYALL'S DRUG STOI
Eyes Tested Tree.
JOHNSTON'S
Great Shoe Sale
If Prices count for anything���and we know they
certainly clo.
*v
Save 10 to 35 per cent, on Your Shoe Bill ��
While this Sale lasts. Don't leave your Christinas Shoe buying until the last few days, come in
to-day and make your selections.
Special Discounts on all Christmas Footwear
Shop early and avoid the always great Saturday
evening rush.
XMAS IS COMING!
GLADDEN YOUR YOUNGSTERS' HEARTS
By Ordering
A Christmas Tree
From
The Fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Wo will deliver al your houi     ��dally selected Chrl tma    tre    ��'J
good iieisiiv tops, from 60c u iw    Is, according to size.   Ring   -    ^52
or phone your order to tlie of     ��� of P. J. Hurt & Co., Ltd.,
the imh, and delivery will be  u imptlj made on Che 23rd   ���
P. 8.���Special rales to Sunday Schools an.l Charitable Institutions
Ilie fraser Valley Nurseries, Ltd.
Phcnes:  A352;   109; 88.
W. S. CURTIS,  Manager.
Here   Lived  the Other Tenth
Victoria    the  Capital  at   I*ist.���We
ilmi the following paragraph   In   the
Canadian News of 24th October. The
Xews is h paper published in London
in the interest of tho North American
Colonies, and its editor is supposed to
have access to Colonial offlce Becrets,
"Wc understand that a cablegramwaB
received on Tuesday stating that His
Excellency Governor General Seymour
ha* di termined upon    removing   the
British Columbia seat of Government
from N'ew Westminster to Victoria, V.I
I. 'Phis is a  wise step, an I  will meet
wiih tbe approal of nine-tenths of ihe!
peoj 1 ��� of British Columhia.���"40 years l
ago" column, in Victoria Colonist.        ,
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House, Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Shoe
Columbia St. New Westminster, B. C.
HAY and TIMOTHY!
I have cholera upland prairie Hav
and Timothy, also Oats, Wheat and
Feed to offer In car lots.
Not from
Ottawa or Japan
Can you   hope to settle
this cheap labor question
i Just   have vour garmenjjj
Delivered    pries given on  request.1        wj^   j-Jjg   ynj0n    LaDe'
  attached, made by   '������
D. C. HOFFMAN,    J. N. AITCHISON
Ncw Westai��"jter
CALGARY
Columbia St. |pD*V.
DEC  14,   1M7
;-��y3^.��'_*flK��Byw_*. irasE*.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
pacj: FTVli
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The Cash Stores *     CITY NEWS     j Christmas Is Near j
11 ���
ening
4 \,
r   s
for Less
75c wide fancy
ribbons at 25c
ind enda of pure
��� T iffeta end s l n Duchess Ribbon, black and white
dots and plaids, n ivy
and white, brown an 1 white.
light and dark shadi a of
Dresden Rlblx n, "in. 61n.
��� . ; aches wl I- . regular
75c, 50c and *0c. For two
da Special clearing pr oe
 25c  a yard.
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T.  M.   SMITH
ureaHassn ac^awHaaTBeSjas.^:
Crash! Glass
f
YES, MR. MERCHANT. YOUR
NEIGHBOR HAD A FINE PLATE
GLASS FRONT BROKEN A FEW
DAYS AGO, AND WE REPLACED
IT FOR HIM WITHOUT A CENT
OF COST. HE WAS INSURED
IN THE NEW YORK PLATE
GLASS   INSURANCE CO.
YOUR'S MAY BE THE NEXT,
SO YOU BETTER LET US INSURE   IT   FOR   YOU.
THE 008T IS LITTLE COMPARED   TO   THE   RISK.
PHONE, WRITE OR CALL FOR
RATES.
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
. . l    a   pi Iceg j tat when yo i nee I th     goo Is,   an I   yo    j
i loes what it advertises.   That's wh    th    good       ive   jjj
days till Xmas,   md thi     *sl       irgaln
early ;& you can.
:. Hare Stoles, satin lined  dei i iwn
!, earing at $3.75
ian Hare Stoles, Bulta Miss, ch     d        $1.75
I    ��� .a Hire Throws, gloss dal I satin lining,
 $2.75
j not  Furs, Stole     Starts an.l throws,    earing at...
     $2.75, $5 75. $5.75. $9.25 and $14.50
Canadian   Mink  Selling    I
���  Si-ait's.  Steles and   Mui $55 and $68.00
a.i .Maim I_arge Isa oil a    l-'ox    Stolei I     Muffs,
    $22.00. $27.50 and $35.C0
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I
ei    .  ������
or inn- j
Tie-  nob]    red mai   i        nevei   recover tbi
have  g den  fr im   him,   but   If  chief
' Johnnj   iiiii..'b applicallon Ii       mti '1
Utent   (lash  el ;n   th   . u ,,.,.   ..       .. timber from
placed in position out-1 jt at ft��    rate.   Chief Johnny ha   ap
So hurry up. We carry the most up-to-
date stock in town, second to none. We
have thousands of articles to suggest and
Our Prices are right.
Only ten days more, so hurry
h- J. Ft, Coon's tonsortal parlors.
hlpmenl   of Creamery  butter
11 b for $1.00 .n Kyli s. Fronl street.
Ralph Sl ei irl
. tl
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at deslg u :
d  to  herald
be   ������.. i
'Strong-
up  a ��� White  M m's  Cana I
and ������ '  a-  Kenn ���' - n   taurant.       **
lied   for  a  license   to cut   timber on
lands about l1- miles north of Berry
point,  situated on   St. Vincent's  hay.
\.  \\T district.
!
Chamberlin's special  $15.00   l.-
watch,   P.  0.   Bartlett   movement,   In
25 year gold filled case ���**'
The last BitUng of the Hon.: of Arbitration in the case of Hrown vs. the
V. V. it. B. Railway was held yesterd ij
afternoon.    The legal  papers in    the
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I John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium !
TEL.   73.
DUPONT BLOCK
COLUMBIA    STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������<>���������������������������������������������������������������������
->i ilone, eoiu!,.-,. e    ,,���    , ,���
idice conn    yesterday,
wil] we,,a bard for thirty days at the   case wei(-  V('ry  voluminous,   and  the
principle   involved    rather    obscure,
hence the number of sittings    which I,
were necessary to arrive at a decision.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
oar led In Institution.
.   ' '���.   Chamberlin,  the  jewi lei    is
i tomers an.l  frli nds a
���-'   '���-���'���      ���������- 11 designed   calen-
ir **
V.  \V. C.   \   of Columbian col-
A'edne   la;   afl moon,
procei . help
���    In  India.
lay, Dei    i'e. :e    the Bad-
gely-Dii kinson   recital   in   C ������ imbi tn
tnnasium.   Funds In aid of
**
The award will not be made puhlic
until 11 comes up in chambers tor confirmation, which will probably happen
either this afternoon or Monday.
SMASH
CROCKERY
Not the goods but the
prices. This is the store
for a long choice but a
short   price   when   you
We sents for the I. II. C. --as -
toe ens    Thestf engines are giv-1*   are  looking    for   a sen
ing  universal satisfaction.    Abbotl  &   -
Hyde, next Guichon hotel. *
A m-asqui rade lyall is to be h Id ln
Eagles'   hall    ou   Thursda;    evening,
under tbe  auspices    of  the   Swedish
���\-   Hardman,    tinsriiith,  etc.,    will   residents of the  city.    Messrs.  Han-
into his new  premises, Domin-   sen, Lund, Herstad and Week consti-
ion Ti ���'., about the middle of tute the committee on arrangements,
sible Xmas gift.
.  Ctrrr,ltl,rr
:.���������> -   wei
Tiie Oliv. ��� i; e aii,- s ,n ia School
will give i Christmas Cantat i entitled
"Santa' i Shad 'on Mm.ila i vening,
Dec. 23rd. at eight o'clock. ***
A small sum of money was found
-   terda     ift rnoon.    The owner can
recovi     - >-a    - ���   applying a    Cu
while tie chaperones will he Mes-
dames Hansen, Hoffard, Luni anel
Larsen. A large attendance is expected, and all who may attend are
assure: an enjoyable evening. There
will be im admittance unless masked.
Xma    bargains   in
K; li      Front street.
lace curtains  at
i boice    elei ;��� d ������-' ��� -    I    "���
en at   Kyles, Front street.
aoz-
The R< vi rend  Herbert  Plercj. pastor of  the    Mounl   Pleasant   Baptisl
There was a ;��reat showing last I
night at the Eagles' hall, when the J
tirst division of the Koyal city IIigh '
school held their dance. About twen- J
ty-five couples were pr. seat, and after  the  dance, which  broke up  at   12
j Public Supply Stores |
��� Geo. Adams, Proprietor X
��� ���
������������������������������������������������������������*<" *<���   ������������������������>������������������������������������*��>���*������
Present yourself
���a :new suit
Ii? Swell Dresser.
church, Vancouver, will assist Miss o'clock, a collation was served. The
Bagelej and Miss Dickinson In their dance- was voted a huge success, and
concert   at   the  Colle Monday   all   pre enl   enjoyed   a  pleasant   eve-
venini
I ���:
I       i nev   cot on    a
��� 'ee.-.   n .ir .a  ie?    We
can .- il you for$l -10, only $400 cash
ami b: i mce ea -���. Abbott & Hyde,
uexl Guii hon Hotel.
All the Christian Endeavor societies
in the city will bold a grand rally on
the lasi .Monday of the year. Decern-
I ei 30. Addresses will be given y
offlci is of iioih the local and provincial  unions.
ning. Among those present were
Messrs McMillan and Slramherg, of
the faculty; the Misses Watson, Broe,
Kirklaud. l.aillau. Gifford, Ivoicl.
Stott, King and Wintemute; and
Messrs. Johnson, McGowan, Beatty,
Bilodeau, Boyd, Sangster and Brougli.
.Mis. Watson acted as chaperone.
CARD OF THANKS
The   sisters  and   pupils    of    Providence Orphanage are most grateful to
Mrs. M. English and Mrs..!. Armstrong
for the handsome sum  collected    for
""   the    orphan's    Christmas    tree.    The
ine-   amount   realized   was    |137.80.    They
White    &    Shiles.   Columbia    street, |also wish to lhimk all those who .dilhM
To   let ���Modern    seven-room
dence, close    to Vancouver car
city. ***
A social will be hell at Mrs. Archibald's. Queen's avenue, by the.' young
people of the Olivet Baptist church.
Monday evening. This will take the
place of the usual Monday B. i". P. D.
reunion.
Shipment of glassware, nice sei ct-
ed : tock, gre il values, at Kyles,
l-'iimi street.
these   good  ladies with   contributions
to this fund or by any other donation.
R. MILES & CO.
Plumbers, Gas and Ho. Water fitters, Etc.
Repairs of all kinds given special attention. Sewer connections made.
Moderate Charges. Phone  A 377
Front St. New Westminster
*tt*
M"R. SWELL VRESSEH WOULD LIKE TO DECEIVE AS VRESEJS1S THIMGS HE COULTt WEA.lt.
HE LIKES JtECKTIES. A/*"D yOU CA.JV SUy SWELL
OJVES FO"R HIM FHOM US.
HE LIKES MUFFLEHS, AJVT) JVEEVS OJSE.
FOH HIS WRESS SUIT   HE WOULT) LIKE   A    TAfR
OF SILK SUSPEJW'DE'RS.
HE CO ULI) USE A FIJWE   TAfR OF GLOVES.
A/i/Tt   WR. SMELL   WRESSETt  WILL   KJVOW   1 HAT
THE    VRESEJVT   yOU   "Buy   FOU HIM IS THE    "BEST
S me and Walker, charged wit'u
murderously assaulting Instructor
John ?;nlaii In an attempt w escaps
from the penltentlarj lasi October,
elected for a jury trial before Judge
Howay yesterday.
Besl meals In the city at Kenny'.-.
Single meals 25c; meal tickets $4.00;
while   cooks. **
The polloe have succeeded In coining .a new word to ih sell e those unfortunates, who, while not vagrants,
are compelled lo ask a night's lodging at the city bastille. They are
described as "brokes," and two of
them, one the Inevitable Seattle representative, were housed by the city
lasl  night.
West l-hid grocery. Japanese oranges  65c   per box.    Ask   for Library
**
c o.i; ons,
Messrs. Chappell and I'reslon, who
have taken over Cummings' dry goods
establishment, have worked a transformation in the general appearance
of the shop in the past few days. The
Christmas stock has arrived, anl Is
almost air opened. The services of
an entire new staff o" cU rks has
been engaged, and the jiublic may be
sure of good service, and fair prices.
Several carloads of the 60-pound
rails, which are to replace the 40-
���pomuT rails now in use on the tracks
of Uie B. C. E. It- in the city, arrived
hero"yesterday. ' It is expected that
the work of laying tbe new rails,
which are to run from the tram offlce
to Leopold Place, will be started today. The rails were scattered along
tbe  trucks yesterday afternoon.
Will no doubt
appri ciate at any
time a nice pair
of CLASSES.
Certainly no Mason of the year
is more a] propri-
ate than this for
presenting her
her with a pair
of nice glass.is.
You can take
a pair home .and if they do not;
suit her sight, they can be exchanged   at  any  time.
We, so most people know, are
the hu-gesi dealers ln the city
of Optical Goods. Vou can have
Glasses at any price to suit.
K. VV. HEATH, graduate optician, late of Otiawa, has charge <jf
the   department.
yOU CAJV GET IM   THIS TOWJV
���BEATtS THE JVAME OF
If   THAT   1"RESE/fT
H.L DeBECK,
The Clothier.
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CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle & Seed Store
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturers and Daiaier* in AU Kind* ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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THOUSANDS  OF   ELOPERS'
MARRIAGES CLOUDED
Pittsburg,   Dec. 12.���Two   thou
IT-    couples,  who  have
Western Pennsylvania's Gretna G
a)   Voungstown, Ohio, daring th-
5ear to be in b    I-asl
no-questions parson of that town, are
pondering  the  ruling made  by  O
mon  Pleas Ju Ige  Dl< ny    Rogers    al
Youngs:own  y< ay th il    a    mar-
ri.i-.   is noi legal under Ohio oi  P a-
nsylvania law when the bride i
swears to her residence in ol taining
the marriage license.
To obtain a license In  Voungstown
i;  i.s necessary for the parties to t!
contract to swear thai the bridi  I
resident of Ohio. Local legal authorities increased the panic among reci nl
elopers by declaring that with a clou
over her marriage, a widow could  be
defeated  In  her   attempt  to    collect
damages for her husband's death or a
pension.
jl news.	
SECOND TUNNEL TO  BE
DUG THROUGH  ALPS
DO YOU POSSESS
that comfortable feeling of having- a Savings Account?
THE NECESSITY of saving has never been
more apparent than at the present time.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
; to join the large number of    tisfied
INTEREST ADDED 4 TIMES A YEAR.
P ���  ,.. ir mi ie- re it i -   .'.hen you require  it.
BANKING BY MAIL A SPECIALTY.
START S<>\\ ���DON'T DELAY.
~~F. B.  LYLE,   N!gr.
Berne, Switzerland, Dec. 12.���The
state council has approved a plan tor
thi Immediate construction of a second
Simplon tunnel through the Alps bj
the administration of the Federal ra
roads.
The flrst Simplon tunnel was opened
May 19, 1906. If is twelve and aquart-
er miles long. Its cTJSTfi gstlmav I at
>l 1,000, I.
SATURDAY.  DEc
PROFESSIONAL
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J Thefplace  to   buy your   Furniture at  cash prices on
thejeasy payment plan without interest
or extra charge
New Westminster Br -1
Merry  Mincing.
In musical comedy the rule of ev -
i     '    l|  onl..   the fltti st can SUI I I -
finds one ol     -    - -1 ration
the latesl ���    , "Are  Vou Craz
which comes to the Opera  Hous-
Dec. 20th.   This piece js described as
one of the mi rrii si  con ;1 imer
of nonsense,  uproariously funnj
���   - ami mus dancing sucl
een    ent on  the    i oad    :��� r
��� e lsI Is carrie
eluding such ' es as Fr inli 11 i
sei,  William Mitch* II,   f -   Love,    Al
Hornberg,   Jar        Ferris,   Frank   Co
lins.   Lorraim    Keen* .    Fr ncia   b
Ruth   Murph.'..  Mai lon    and
i '. ��� irus.
! Max Free
62 & 54 Hastings Si. West, Vancouver, D, C.
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>.    Ail   orders   promptly   executed,  carefully packed free of charge. ,���;
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GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrtjj
Sollciinr, Gu | J
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minster, B, C,
W. MYER8 GRAY, :
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P.0   Box 169
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The Best of Everything
The Canadian Bank of Commerce     Good io Eat
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Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 At   KENNY'S   Cafe
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.	
B.   E,   WALKER,   President. ALEX.   LAIRD,  General   Manager.
Westminster
Transfer Co
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.10 ci
.15 cents
rflca   Phone ik.V        nam   fnone I'57
Ct>lun;t)ld  St.
��� ,vt- ���������'  dellvere<i    promptly   to in;
;a 'I  of e-e city.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Iss ied at the following rates:
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i.e.   ��� $10 and n t exceedins   ���   ���	
: $50	
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the Qniti : Si ites, __     	
X -<>-::aV.e at a  fix-.-1 rate at
THE CANADIAN BAXK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG. 11/     l     *      I         I             11/      I
remitting  small  sums  of  money with ; f^CStfTJinStCr"   IfOll     TrOTHS
.-  PAYABLE AT PAR al anj  office    in   Canada   uf a     jjcr]j�� and liCaVV Hflllllllf
excepted), and al the principal banking points in o    -   " J "t
Oftlin Treirn    nre>DOt
Wellington   Coal.   Van.   Portland "osebank   Lene,   C.   C.   Pot
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile. Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pressed,
Mantel, and F re Erick, Fire Clay, Carter-, j Fire Brick. Li,erp::!
S3 It.   Forge  Coal.  Common   Er :k    Sand,  Gravel  and  Crushed   '-
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at 8 o'clock.    V
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1    MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
si ��� '    and a) small cost
NEW WESTMINSTER BRAXCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
f'ancles throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,   i 7'te('-
Xew  Vork, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A 'Jen
eral Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all  narts of the
World.
Saving* Eank  Department.     Deposits received in sums of $1 and upward.i,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
v,.,v  vnsSTMINSTER BRANC H Q, D. BRYMNER, Manager
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eSENERAL MACHINE AND EiNGINl
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKIjUUM and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOHK
Ornamental   iron   WorK,   lnciudla*
Fences, Gates, Fire L'scapos, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence in
JOHN RE3D,
BEGBIE BTKHMrr.
New Westminoter. _>. o. 471
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1 am the pioneer Furniture and House Fu ai bings   Di iter,    Fum   tl
Director and Embalmer, and I will sell you anything In my linei 1
and will give you better value than you can gel   In any other ;
In the city,   Try me.
Wall   Papers in  endless  variety.    Oilcloth from 25c  up.    China
Matting  from   15c  up.     Linoleums   from 45c   up.  Curtain Stretchers,  the  best made, $2.25   per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Eeds, white and tint enamels. $3.50 and up.    Pre-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notice. Reasonable prices and satisfaction guaranteed.    Xew  goods arriving  daily.
I have sold the block and am still doing business  in the same place
and in the same old way.
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FRATERNAL
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V  O.   U.  W.���FRASER  Le^'jEJ
���Meetli
dav    In 4
brethren coi j
Lodge room,  \  0  '���' f
fellows'   I.I... k
S. Coirrlgan, r< ���
master workman.
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA   LODGE
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND. 6.1
Red Hose Degree meets Si   ��|
Fourth Wedn
In K. of P. Hall, Colui ��
8 p. in., Wblie 1: e Dei
Wednesday In each ����*��]_
time and place. Visltln? B*I
cordially Invited. E b. v\ei <]
sident, il. Dlsne;    ���   ���
Will   be   held in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
i For rates apply at the College.
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t   W. J. SIPPRELL,       ....       Principal f
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Mail Service
Double Screened Nut
lean
Comfortable
vifafion
Clogged
Stove-pipes
itjrjB(-irv-��sv_H..aei,w.*.wr^
We have opened up a consignment of goods for the j,
Xmas trade.
A few samples are in our window, look them over,
come in, we will do the rest.
Young man, during 1907 your wants have been attended to, your mother or your sister will appreciate
something in return.    We can assist you.
P. J.  TRAPP   &  CO.
Limited
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Per Ton Delivered
50c per ton extra above
4th Ave.
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a. in . cloi e N a. in.
un at  8:
*e!yea & Co.
Telephone 150
Sumas and Seattle, . i - Huntln   lon
dally.
."! Ilslde  N i.  1,  dal      excepl   Sua
day;   Sapperton   No.   1,   dailj   i ,
Sun laj      -i.i :   Rei elvi I     . ;. m,
DIspati hed  ���>���   B, C, Eld trie  railwa
Co.,   7: 15   a.   m
Vancouver, No.   I,  dallyexcei I Sun
days,   Return mall received 9 a, in.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8 15 a.m..
Cloverdale, NIcomekl, Porl Kel!'.
Hazi Inn re, Mali's Prairie, Bon A :
cord, Blaine and Seattle (all points
in Washington and south, a: -
points in eai tern states), daily ( x-
cepl Sunday. Return mail reo I
al  3:30 p. in.
Clayton, Tuesdays  and Thursdays
Tynehead.    Wednesdays   and   b..i--.-
lays.    R< turn mall received Mondays
and Fri lays.
Dispatched by B. C, Eli  trie railway,
10:30 ii. m.:
VaiHe uver No,  2;   Victoria, No.  l,
Central    Park,   daily   except   Sun la-
Return mall recei ��������� I at 2 p, m.
Dispatched by carrier, 1:13 p. tn.:
I-Jasl   liuinaliy, daily except  Sunday
Return mails re elvi d a' 1: in p. m.
Dispatched by carrier 12'00 noon:
Tim m rlan I,   rueuaaya and Fridays
Return mails received  Tuesdays  and
Fridays.
Dispatched by C. P. R. .loat 1:80 p.m.
daily   (closes   daily   at   the   same
time during winter months:
Ladner,    Westham     Island,     For;
Guichon,    Steveston,   Sunbury,   dallv
excepl Sunday.    Hi turn mails received   from  !)  a.   m.  lo   I I   a.   m.
Woodwai ���: , Wedm i day ami Satur-
da -. Retui ��� mail on Wednes lays and
.: il .- lays,
Vancouver, No. 3;  Victoria, No, 2.
and Burnab.,   Lake;  closes ai 3:30 p,
: e .    di 11.    , ���   cepl    Sunday.       Retui -i
reci lv< ! al  6 p. m,
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    *n
2 p, in.
Dispatched by O.N, Fyler, ���! p  in.:
To southern    points,   daily excepl
Sunday.    Return  mail   II   p,  m.
-''      ���    hi d     ���   C.P.R,  train  al   .'I: 15  p.
ui-. mall closes al 2:30 p.m.:
Calgary and Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. R, casi, second mall), Return mail
��� 'l at I p. in.
��� '���������-.���   ton,   NO,   2;   Millside,   No.   2;
(Joqultlam,  daily excepl   Sunday.    Uv-
reci Ive i al i >>. m,
���M. ..., .
"The Milwaukee"
"i'he   Pion<-?t-  Limited"  St.   Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.     They
iwn   and  Operate  their  own   sleeping
md dining cars on all] their trains and
rive  their   patrons   an   excellence   of
service not obtainable elsewnere
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.
34 IHrd St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or,
r.OURT BRUNETTE. No���-5;]
-Meets the  Fourth  I'        J
month  at  8 o'i
hall,  Oddfellowa
brethren are roi I j
tend.    .1.  B. "    I
Maiwell, H. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMbi*.^
A. 0. F.-The re I
this Lodge an . f
and Folic i. i
at 8 p, m. in Uv ��� '
Visiting  Brethrei -,
Kited  tO allele.I.
V, lJ. Maxwell,
THE  ROYAL  TEMHLAR8 Jj
PERANCE  ne."   even
at  8  o'clock  p.  ni.. ID ���
Mail, Columbia !;'",';;.|te(itii|
Brethren are i oi Hail) �� '. yl
tend,   O. .I- '
Brown, Secrete
80NJ OF 8COTLAN0 BENE ,|
SOCIATION, LORD OF TH'   J
camp, i9i.���.m ei nn;;\,oM
Third Tuesday "i ever; ^
K. of P. Hall- /':"">)
Chief; J. J. Forrester^
I, 0.  0. F._Royal City L��"Je;,"J
-Meets   i'.   Oddl* ;I
umbia Stre , e��.
al 8 0'CK   -      - \
i,   made -.- ��� ' '-"'
e.i'. hi    ���     "   '���   '
retary, _
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OTHER FRATERNAL
.ii lude ti!-' Unl ii l""' ''yi
P. and A. M.: Klu -.; |
No. 17, A. F. and   V. - -,,
No. 1150! L, 0. b. N��
Sapperton, No. i,;s
^'.,   Couri   ��� -
Brotherho. l.oi .
Fenian IV; .,','. binb--
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SUCCESSORS   TO   WM.  CUMMINGS
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The   New  Clothing  Firm  Gives  You  Christmas  Greetings
,     TO-DAY IS OUR OPENING DAY���We respectfully ask you to visit our store, not so much to buy, but
t0 meet us and allow us to show you an Xmas stock of which we are justly proud.
Chappell   &    PreStOn, Cor. Columbia ancl Befeble Sts.
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Ls   ;'    C li e't; an      North-West
estead   Regulations.
��� i      ction  of  i-e
Itoba,  S
ided
���   1    Of    ':
over 18 year   of
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lana.
i monl ���      ���    leni ������
'   ,i  ������:   . -..- land   ...
B
-   in i.    If he bo
- , ���        required    roii-
a -    . ;.      fa, ai.:;.
.. ���   him,  noi   less
I ��� i acres  in extent, In
I homestead    Joint
n . ,al will uot meet this
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- b r (or mother, If the
ised) of a homesteader
| - re Idence on farming
1 o*i   I solel)   by  him,  not  less
���-'-'.-   l  "i   acres  in extent,  iu
1    the homestead, or up-
��� I���   ��� ��� .eel entered  for by him
le vicinity,    ich homesteader may
F ������-��� a r. sidenoe duties b)
Is with tbe lather  (or mother).
I ��� rm "vicinity" in the two
I-.--- paragraphs  Is  defined   as
Wi'-"-- nol a,ore than nine miles in
pn line, exclusive of the  width
load a lowanoes crossed    In    the
|surni;' -.-
A homesteader  Intending    to
l��.ni his residence duties in ac-
pnee wiih the a: ove while living
:;; -;-' or .en farming land own-
elf must notify the agent
Ithe district of such Intention.
IA " ���' notice in writing musl
I the Commissioner of Do
f Is al   Ottawa,  of intention
\ tent
W,  w. CORY,
'        the Minister of the Interior,
ithorlzed  publication of
��� ul   u ill   not   be  paid
&�� A i^b,
Cf^W  !  rOAI  T CONCERN CAPITALIZED
v^WnL   V_^W/lL.       AT HAIF A Mil I il
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
AT HALT A
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
rAKE CE I -      on aa;
been ma :���     -   ���      ter Josi ph Tay
Tax
i C. C. Fishi r to Joseph
i e        earin    late the 16th  la;  ol No
v.i. er, A. D. 1904, i    all and Bin
lar tha I or tract i    lan l
Ing   -ele.!     ..      ,
-    riet of Ni -.   Westmin   ���
i Pr. i   Bi   Ish Columbia
::, I! : 1 e ��� \'. i,    tn 1   el   ,
������ 1  aa  i.e.:   lii, Bloi     5, su      .ision ol
Lot 201, Group 1.
You  ami .-a. b  .et ; ou are  re |
��� e     ���-. ���        ..       a   ,.  o    hi   tax pur-
chas< ��� Vi Iihin fori ays I    m I h ���
llcation of this
notlci .. oi i' rv, se I shall r _-
j as owner thereof In
fei .    And  1  :. re j   direct tli i:  publi-
for one month in
lallj   newspaper published at New
\\-    ��� ill  be good ami sufflc!-
��� -: vice thereof.
Dated at the Land Ke gistry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Col imbla,  this  26th day of October,
A. D. 1907.
C.   S   KEITH,
District Registrar.
To John Sir;-.  Esq,
All persons Berved uith this notice',
and those claiming through or under
them and ill persons claiming any In-
i.r Bt iii said land by virtue of any
unregisteri l Instrument, and all persons claiming any Interest ln sail
land by descent, whose ti le is not
n .;-.������". e i under the provls ons of the
���Land Registry Act," shall be forever
estopped and debarred from setting
nii any claim to or iu respect of the
sai 1 land so sold for taxes as provided
by the "Land Registry Act."
New Wellington and Blacksmith's
COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, ���  - HEW WESTMINSTER
Company Will Handle Fish
in Bulk���A Cold Storage
Plant to be Built.
HOUSES   !
I will sell you homes on good  terms  as  follows:
2 five room cot'ages at $900 each
3 five room cottages, new, at $1250 each
1 tour room cottage at    $1200
Whai .lo you think ot a lot at $17."; %'2b cash, balance $10 per month,
ii- ar the car line?
P. PEEBLES fe
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270 Columbia St.
.eai
Estate
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
A New Subdivision
Just what a good many people nave  been  waiting for���
Victoria, Dec. 13.���The pro-pectus
for the new local company known as
-The Queen Charlotte Islands Fishing
& Cold Storage Company, Limited."
has just heen issued, and the concern
will be incorporated shortly. The cap-
itaUsiock is half a million dollars, divided into 5 01 sha.es of .*lu0, liar value each.
The com, any is heiug organized
with the intention of taking over the
present fishing station, oil and cannery plant, at. Skidegate. enlarging
tils station and conducting a fishing
and fertiliztr business. The prospectus
points out that the enormous fish
wealth of Hi itish Columbia's waters
has so far attracted comparatively little capital, and ventures the statement,
that the development of the fishing industry is yet in its initial stages.
The demand for fish and fertilizer is
I dealt with, and it is announced that
salmon, cod, halibut, herring, dog fish
and clams will le fished for shipment,
the offal  being turned into fertilizer,
' and the oil obtained being treated and
, barrelled at the factory.
I
It is proposed to build a cold stor-
: age warehouse for the preservation of
I fresh fish awaiting shipment, and also
to equip the fishing schooners with the
i latest cold storage apparatus.
The company purposes to   build   a
! store, hotel and workmen's dwellings
Re Lots 22 anel 27, Block XXII, C
of Ni w Westminster.
A certificate of Indefeasible title to
the above property will be issued lo
Agnes Blackie, on the 31st day Of December. 1907, unl ss in the meantime
a valid objection thereto be made tn
me in writing by a i erson or persons
claiming an estate or inter, st therein, or In any part thereof.
C.  S.  KKITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry office, N'ew Westminster. B. C, 29th November, 1907.
The person or persons having in
their custody or possession the following Title Deeds relating to the said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned:
15th December, 1S62���Robert Ke.-r
to John Cooper, conveyance in fee.
Martin & McQuarrie, solicitors
for applicant, Trapp block, Ne'V
Westminster. B. C.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
NOTICE   TO   CREDITORS.
Mr. n. D. Bourke has ju:
Twelfth Btreet property, bor
teenth  street,  and  a  lane.
it autho-ized us to sell in lots a portion of hU
lering on   Twelfth   street,   Fifth   avenue,   Thir-
besides erecting and equipping its own
box factory and cooperage.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT
I Cl  thai application b a
Ister   Maruai-i-t   Dot-
I1' ' iii r In Fee Simple, und r
i from S, a. i-'ieic!) ir,
; Debbie, bearing date the
- ' embi r,  A. 1��,   1902, of
I thai i ertain parcel or
I and i r mlses situate, ly-
[ -i the District of New
I in the Province oT Brit-
' ; i.niore i artlcularly known
lte   '   ' i as Lots ix io 25, lnclu
e' l;|l!     i. being pa.-: i of so Lh-
pt ot Section 2, Township  16
;';"' '���'���  the  Land   Registry  oillc-,
* v" ��� r, Province of  Brit-
M Columbia, ibis 29th day of Augusi.
11, 1907
0,  S.  KEITH,
District Registrar.
oi
.    .
deliver to tha
ll lian  and  Bur-
-, i    di  e   Iptions;
ol their claims, du-
bi P���
";;""'i Douglas, B
IN THE MATTER of the Estate of
Alexander Ewen, late of the City
of New Westminster, British Columbia, deceased,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pur-
bi, m| to the- Revise 1 Statutes of British Col imi La, Cnapter 187, that all
, redltors and Dthers having claims
againsi thi Estate of Alexander Kwen, j
who died on or about the Sth day
Jul). 1907, are require l on or efo
the i-'ih day of December, 1907,
send by posl pi
unden Igm ;. th< li
a ime , addri sses
the tull particular
1-, verified; thi tatetm al ol thei a
counl ami the b iture of the security,
If any. held by tnem, and
FUR'l HER TALL NOTICE th I af
- .,- ,, h lasl mention d dale
ecutors, John Hon Iry and
jardine, ������ 111 | roceed to distribute Lhe
assels of the deceased among Lhe par
ties entitled Lhereto, having regard
mil. to the claims of which they bl
then have noiice, ami that the
executors will m>t bi
aaid assels or any part thereof to
person or persons of whose
tice shall nol have been
them at. the time of such dv-t bb-n: ..,-.
DATED at   Now
Cth dav of November, 1907.
MARTIN  &  McQUARRIE,     j
Solicitors    for    John  Hendry and.
The property  is  all cleared, fenced, graded
charming view of the Delta and North Ann.
and in grass, and commands
Heretofore this property could only lie purchased
separate lots can be had at prices lustlfled by local
easy terms.
Plan of subdivision at our office-
as  a whole.' but no.v
conditions,  and upon
Letters  for  Arctic   Circle.
Dawson, Dec 13.���The mounted police expedition  for  Fort Macpherson.
Herschel island, taking letters, including advices to whalers, leaves Dawson
I December IB.    They will probably be
three   nionths    iu   making  the  round
i trip.   Two policemen are in charge of
i the party, assisted b.v Audrey Forrest,
the  greatest  musher and  trail  guide
In the Arctic, and one Indian
Re lxjts 1 to 9 (inclusive) of a portion of Lot 94, Group 1. Map 440. New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of Certificate of Title Number 15715a, issued
in the name of Peter Latham, h.a_j
been filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New Westminster. B. C. Oct. 24. 1907.
pOOKSLEY'S
Well Known
Souvenir
Malins, Coulthard & Co. w choice beef
POST CARDS
of New Westminster and dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's    Bookstore    and
at  Gamon s   Cigar  Divan
crAdyertlse the town we live iu \ y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovf
friends.
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
n
Fresh Pork Sausages Daily
Best of Farmer's Pork
the ex-
John   I!
Pacific iHat Market
McMENEMY & ANDERSON, Props.
Phone 192
Baid
���e.r the
tny
claims no-
received by
distribution.
Westminster,  this
FLOUR
:
sq,
John B. Jardine
said  EBtate.
executors of the ]
I
Draper
**��� C Land
Surveyor
ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
Rii
"���fl 8lnCK
''"���w   '.Vbfttdiiileitltr    '-1..
THE      DA
If  You
I   L Y
WANT   11EL1
NEWS
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone 333.
50c RETURN
TO
Vancouver on Sunday
FROM
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
 S A. M.    TO   11  P.M.	
As Usual i-AUii   JUGIII
Bowell & Oddy     i
-r THE j
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET I
1 ji '   ' m
THE
DAILY   'NEWS.
SATURDAY
sec.
;
PHONE B 284
Choice   Meats  and Chickens  always
on hand.
"   Eighth St and    Fifth A-.-     -
TENDERS WANTED
Tenders are invited for clearing
and grading three or more lots on 7th
etreet.
Particulars on  abdication to.
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO.  Ld.
Xmas Presents
A few Suggestions to help you in
deciding on that present you wish
to give.
STERLING SIL VER--
Manicure Sets,
Toilet Sets,
Card Cases,
Cigar Cases,
Hat Pins,
Bon Bon Trays
Military Brushes
Ebony   Military   Brushes,    Leather
Collar Boxes,    Hold and .Silver Headed
Umbrellas. I
W. G. Chamberlin
THE  JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
Busy
Busy !
���    ������ : ib  >,���   lays J
ristmaa trade   but not j
....   ������.    fill    ypur    orders i
and satisfactory. 1
If you are not doing business
here you should be: and it is to
your i Ivi ntage to do so.
We have a complete stock of
everything required for Xmas
Cooking, such as: ���
Shell Almonds, new, 40c a lb.
Shelf Walnuts, new. 4���c a lb.
New Dales, 2 lbs. ��� ��� ��� 25c.
New Figs. 10c, 15,20, 25c a lb.
Boiled Cider, 25c per bottle
W��   will  be glad to have you   j
come In our    Store    and    look   j
ind. You are welcome
whethi r you buy or not. Coni-
:��� e OH Store anel Mock wiili
others.
ADVER TUSK        M
��� IX ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
If  i'OU Need  Anything.
:. A. WELSH
Ilie People's Grocer
No   grildntss  in   WINDSOR
TABLE SALT.    The perfect
crystals mr't quickly,  imparting  a
delicately piquant savour.
149
ADUITIOiV.L LflWL NEWS
John     FultOQ     li ti     yesterday    for
Glasgow,    Sm    and.      Ir.    wa;.-  of     SI
Johns, anl  tbi   Allan line.
Plans for the extension oi the markel are being prepared and will be
submitted to the council on Mun la..
evening.
.Mrs. II. IJ. Shadwell, formerly of
White Horse, is tbe guest of her sis-
ier, .Mrs P. Fi eney. Mrs. Shadwell
does not propose to return north.
Chief Engine.-:- Kennedy, who hai
charge of the Slav.- lake econstructiou
work for the Power company, was iu
the city yesterday.
Alex. Limlsey. of the office staff of
the Xew Westminster Transfer company, will shortly make a tri;, to
Neepawa, Man.
The annual me..ting of the Lloens ���
commissioners will te held next Wednesday evening in the .council chamber, when th. hotel licenses will
renewed anil other business transacted, The report of the License Inspector will  also  be  rec ivi .1.
Wllliard   .Munro.  a  resident   of  S
mas who is hth] by the provincial authorities on ti..   ihargi  of having committed an indecent crime, was u
fore  his  honor Judge   Howaj   >���
day ami eh cted  for spi e !,���  trial. 11 -.-
case  will  I      leard <_>:.   Monday, )i -
cember 23.
���'I. . O e-h'e    .
'������'.. ��� wei
meeting will
. Iwing tO thl
iciatlon, W. J. Cm-
Is   ���   resident    of    C< a
: ���  - ��� re absi nt from i Bis
��� ���. for the greatei    a    ���    b
i; wa    .���    : d at the i -.ecutire meeting of the Bflesociation hel I Th -
���   ing. that A.  Hardman won'
as secretary-treasurer of the ��� i
ive, and  would  collect  all dues from
���i    members of the association.   Mr.
Cunningham will attend to all di I
in connection   with  the  worl.  of  the
association and of the Lil.eral club.
������ar-Enraags.-.. .. ������_
wgeo
in ev.. ���
store,   ,
WjlfiTCHEW PfiflNfiEfV
~^   AMD
Hem PAKU16
1   U5CTMC
/premier
treasure
l?lttL RANGE
The workmen .are  busy  this   ,....,.   -,., ....
trie  Cable  Cash Carriers.    They hav      .
by Saturday.    We are putting  iu   ���,.
which will greatly assist us in our hand
We are also showing by ter the largest
cj   Hoods we  have eve-   shown.    The  Wt   .,'  '"
the motto of thi. store,   We invite you  ���
s-,   ihese   ���k���isl_  _n*A*��u*tx
Dainty
Christina
Neckwear
Simple and Inexpensive
Styles
_^_^_^_^_^_^_m        -"W��-,<
and the mo,-,, handsome creatlon. at higher prtcSZn ,
at present in the Neckwear Section. '   ��� ' .
Vew Ruchin9 N��k Friii.-in white and col
Embroidered Turnovers-a  new   is,,,,:,,.:',    .,       '
Lace Collars    In white and cn    m,   With   an
d   wi-.-,,
ea
5iR3By^��fa_?_3l____ir
Sinclair's
igantic Sale
Tomorrow will be the Big Day
of  our  Sale.     Whether  you
need shoes or not it will pay
you to buy tomorrow, and put
them away till you do need
them, as you will never again
be able to buy them as cheap
as Tomorrow.    We are compelled to sacrifice profits as we
are determined to clear out all
our entire winter stock of footwear before moving into our
new store   in   the  Dominion
Trust Block, on January 1st.
Remember, this is a Genuine
Removal Sale where goods are
sold and profits sacrificed.
Don't forget the place     :      :
Xew   Westminstei     pr   . -      Its  If   a
coll gi   ��� iwn  i.i    its   - ..   on   o:
Harold   J one some   w-
.- '. -.e ben 1       ��� lendid attraction n as
���   I   .,     -      md        th<    aUSplCe      ,.
-  ���   collei        tdents,   Thi   succi ss atta:;..- I on ision -.. ill be dupli-
ated on   Moi i ing, wh n Mi
Helen B   ... . Miss Mae DIckiu
son will give their recital in the c
lege        ... Rem< mber
date. *���'
The ' onti .- .   thi   heating a:.!
the | lu ..-:,- ol the new building at
the Royal Columbian hospital will be
signed this morning, and work in both
cases   ��� commenced early  nexl
The   pi imbing  work  will   be
done  ee..   Archibald  Bros.,    while    A.
Hardman  will attend  to the Insta '
tion of the heating ap] aratus, ha
put in a ti ial- r for a sua: in the ni
       10.    A --.loh.i Bull
nace w:,: , i m the basement
of the  building.
Colui ��� i 1   ag In endi av,-
iring   to glvi    ft estmii s - -  public   a
a tl tri at.    Next .Mon
day eveuing, Dec. ICth Miss H len
Ba Ige j ���! amatic n a ler, Miss Mae
Dickinson ... ��� i and guitar soloist,and
Mr. Piercy, elocutionist will give a recital in the college gymnasium. They
have the highest recommendations
from the Atlantic to the Paciflc. The
proceeds are to be devoted to the gymnasium fund. *
Th servici s at Queen's Avenue
Methodist church tomorrow will be
taken by the pastor, Hev. W. ll. Bar-
racl< ugh. B.A., who will speak in the
morning on ''The BII le's Influence in
th" World." and in 'he evening on the
topic, "Is ii Any Us to Try Again?"
On Monday evening, the Epworth
league of the church will assemble in
ft'  iTHEMKEB)
We consider this
the best   value \
of any
RANGE
in the  market.
Black   Spanish   Lace   Tle��- made' Of"fl^t"��V 25c'- ��-5
"�����"��<"�� ��*U Patterns; %��&?J��
erly persons; each $2.00 to "    "        '   eU
FanCy 1S::k(C0,.,arS:*,��'- ���� S" ������ individual   - sj
'3c to..in
a most taking effect in the cI^Vvi,
cost
Useful small Articles at small
���   stork offers a choice selection ol ��� iy necessi
Swastika   Good   Luck   Hat   Pins ���with  jn-arl   or en ; m,
10c to   	
Swastika   Blouse   Pins    per   pair   	
Swastika   Cuff   Links    Boys or   Mei pei   pair    m
Gold   Stick   Pins     with   pearl 7$
Bead  Necklaces     n - :..     >>  ...   :
special price, i acb ..
!'     ��� ' *e    I" �� I .    . -It'll     
P~rl  Belt B_.kl., -ft. quality ii'ia".
imDE
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,      New   Westm.lister,   B    C.
pedal   purchase enabli to si        ��� .....
Needle   Cases  or  Needlework   Boxes    In .<.|
venli ut  I'er L:i;is or ladi' s' worl       ski       ������ I
of all kinds;  each  15c to   iijol
Beauty  Collar Supporters    in  Bis different variel      of :l
  m
Furs at all Prices
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
'he Fur at any price to sull  j uu   pura   from ,:"'
our r in -'��� of prici b
Children's   Bearskin   Sets���i 10 to 	
Girls' Grey or White Pur Setr���    ���  ich  ���* I ",2 anj   .
Ladies'   Marmot Collars   and   Stoles    .ach $3.00 t"
Ladies' Mink   Ruffs    i ach  $14.00 to    	
Ladies'   Sable   Rutfs    each    -"'-,,   	
Ladies'  Fur Collars dinar
-   IN   THE   READY TO '--        I  DEPARTMENT.
$1.1
; :|
- $37.501
���_
��35 ���
Imported Hand Bags
I
In several lines we have bougie
reet   from   the  makers;    ode r  lines
���.ver.- bought  from four of the la
leather  goods    wholesalers    of  New
York  an.J Chicago.
We are showing manj  b< "
than ever before���all are better value
I ban   lasl   sea-on's.
Children's Square  Bags and   Handbags
black:  each 35c to 	
sha li .
_
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
9/��7   _"_.!        i ���      ���.
247 Columbia Street,
New Westminster |
3efcZKK3!E8r_KTC_I
* ADVERTISE      ' S
��� IN ���
THE       DAILY       NEWS
$250 Cash
NOW FOR FUN
ft
9��
78'
$
o
uy
Boys and Girls:
The   Long-lookeci-for
Poller Skates
Mave Arrived  At
HOUSE    BRYSON & sons
187 Colu^at^ AgentS ^ M<march RangeS
(Sec. 5-6)  Nice new 8-room house
f/-A/-J ^-.1 ~ _-,i-..* I'll . '
Tel.
W. ��. SINCLAIR
painted, electric light, water, good lot p����*~~*r��� USt
"lhandy t0 Columbia   street car line,'     A   SuDerh    Sfrnrl
$250 cash and $20 per month will buv I _~uPGro   ��3lOCJ
I this house and secure you a home.
*       Enquire for price.
..����������!
f
The Reliable Shoe Mi
|E5TAPL.'5li|;j     v<<\ )
Ifi9,    ^(@p>'
''J"35BBi��Oiewl;i��jjt:r.
an
ZZZZWBU
IP:       :
y _%   9 nj? Q
LIMITED.
New Westminster. Chiiliwack.
Books,   Fancy   Goods, Toys,
Beautiful Calendars,
Xmas Cards, etc.
J- J- MACKAY &> CO.
, BOOKSaUKS      STJTIOI.EK      ll��W3 iUlBS       j
*ji.��L

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