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 AC-1
INS
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^TE, SHILES & CO.
W"' ct Phone 85
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Lire
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   SATURDAY MORN1N ,   NOVEMBER 21, 1908.
MPROVE IN CITY
BAPTIST CONVENTION
IS LARiitlY AITENDED
Satis
sfactory Reports Present-
ed to Trade,  Council
.-Outside" Printing."
A '"'
. : DS
. ,, and Labor
.,, oddfellows'
President    J. J.
(orocil wai
_��il 'a-'   ' ���'���'���''''^ .^^^^^^^
Am, Id 'li" '���]-'"-    There  wa*s a
A, lt!endanc�� ol    ���   '��� "��� - who ���'"
^ A,:, ���'���     .   '   conditions   in
an I  that  work
otl
*�������"��� '   illg    ���^-^^
��� *as looking up.
"     ���               ���   ������"������   With  "ie  lam-
 !80n,   k;""'
���   accident,  was
. ,! to communl-
deput)  minister
ference  to the
,   -,,n.ien- to the
,:   .��� ,   mplaintg   were
I g   uf   reports  at
ondlng
Radical  Arguments Advanced by Rev.
VV.  Stevenson  Received  With
Appl.-iuse and Dissent.
'������*'��� convention* ol Baptisi workers
nave ���""���" convened .,, the Firsi Bap*
l:sL church, Vflnci uvei The Brst ���
"*""���-" ���--'��� won oi tn, churches of
B' ' " '""' dosed 'ii Thursday eve
alng with a public in,-
e_d.
.    ,     . ' ���   "ii  the a.l-
���  hall  and  the ofd
.   -   cn     Bi
as    a    moving
���-:da*   a  '1 '
C. Fw        and It. Ston-
... | of a uev.   ii ill
 ,   ing, discussing
socialistic pro!,:,-ms. The lirst, ad*
dn ss of the evening was j Hev. Wm,
Si. venson, on "Pri b, ni Daj Social
Prob M- In the Light of the Teachings ol .1* bus," and was ol a most
radical character. Whii. the extreme
I i ��� in nt . of the .-,' ecelv, tl en
thusiastic tokens ol ip oval, thej al
ao received as earni n ��� xpn ��� .-ions of
dis*. ni, i howing thai 11 ��� ������ a II
ence ilWYl   "'���'���   '    '-reemeni
In  i hi . b "i  thi   social qui
ol  ; he da .    Th - a I ������������ ae follow
abor''';.    .'.   one  on  "Medical  Side   Lights
Of   Sm i'i:     !<��� I II in. '       ij      I I        I
Hall.    Th      a Idr,.      I<   Iin      larg,
..   b tbi   ������    i   -������������    ���    the day.        I
the clo ii   att, nth n  of i     -       audi
ence until a vei j  late hour,
Fridaj morning the Wi tern Baptist Convention, embracing the
churches of the four Western provinc-
LOCAL OPTION ADVOCATES
HEAR OEWIDEjPEN TICKET
Temperance League May or May Not Run Candidates For
Civic Offices -Open Town Element Busy    Severe
Criticisms Heard at Annual
Meeting.
���^,.>fT.a.a_ive Ass
*f%.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
toBALLMEl6M "S||[R McBRIDE MAY
mmm^  appeal to country
Spec'al   Car   to   Take   Enthusiasts   to
Vancouver  to   See  Rovers   Play
B. C. Cup  Tie.
[Next Session Will Probably
Be Final One of Present
Parliament.
tlvi
inter,  *   j    being  taken    in
the forthconiiE
both th,
of  the
ig municipal election by
���' ate., and the opponents
closi i citv regime, the long
' nued i an : aign for local option
on th, pai ��� ��� i ihe Citizens' Temper-
���''" ��� I.' tgUi havin.: finally aroused
the hotel men ���, action with a vie**
ich an Issue i" lag
rai ��� In th, .,��� at future. Acco ' ling
to a stat i.' :. made bj N. R. Brown
:. th, annu : meeting of the league ��� shafe
In   thi   ���' inningham    hall
to those attending from New Westminster, The intention oi the
league was to obtain signatures to a
petition which was being prepared,
and the ,-ity would he mapped out into districts for the purpose of securing ; h ii ��� signal un.-��� Tl wo i i
e literatun on th, subjeci arriving
shi.it;> and they wanted to obtain
���_;i),id men who would b, chairmen of
the distrlcl u bo ��� theii 0"w n
heifers. Those of them who werei
otherwise  busy  mas;    be    ready    to 1 Su-gdeii
Great interest is being   aken In thel _____
mai      ai Recreation park, Vancouver,
who, the Hove;, piay the Shamrocks      With the conclusion  of  the  federal
in a B. C, Cup tie.    The Shamrocks election  campaign,  attention   is    at-
.   ���   .id: what they have been, but are ; traded to the coming  session of the
���   to put up a good game.   An In- provincial legislature, while the time
termediate is in goal in the place of aas nu-  yet been officially announced
I Lamble, who comes to left   back.     A ' ��1""  the house snail    assemble    for
eclal car will  leave    the    B.  C.  E. j 'business it is generally conceded    by
memi.'-i- of the government tha-. it
will be c ed to gi I r early in January   so   taut  business   may   tie  eom-
h,   league  shale th,   burden of assisting.    They   ,"'1's
���., i terdaj   woijld b, hei] i I by the R. t. of T. affld I    "���
-r fl
ui    tie-    couni ii
but      11.       Sell..
��� .  has be, n draw u up
���   ���      ....   -.    of t h,    '.  ���.       , en
���   .   be  submitt. I   to  the
oli ctotat,    n few days. Each
man on this
;iie i    ;. . a .sen for the work mu t   ������
th.
placi   was put
n," ���      would
jig , inions  were paj -
... was left to the
,. In a report,
Lccai Printing   of   Directory.
I. ution Bpeak    I
n inlmously:
;.,  give  an   int. lllgent   explan i-
tion ol local option m< an
The   Temperance   Wave.
 I :; .-   H.-..1 . ..*i --..;.!        *������
ticket is to be given the   bariflj   necessary   for him  to  say  he1
es of Canada, met in  Vancouver. TheistrcnK  financla-   *��M'**'��   ol   the  ho.-! .was in favor oi local veto.    H-   mar;-;
.  and othe ,   interested  In  the  re-  'b   ag e, I  with the chairman tha: i:
moving  of    ...   lid,  i n        i      m    to   woi|d  be in 'he best interests of the.
iw, i    .��� ing   ��� neci-ssary  to; individual and of the trad.- of the city |
depot at 1 p. m. with the Westminster |
* ip lOrtl rs   and   team.
Th.   sol,���<���:.,i      i.ins Rovers ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Goal, Lock: r.acks, Kirby, Bruce; P1'����� ' "������ ��� summer,
halves, Reid, Sawyer. Garse; tor* '''" ' ����� -: feeling thai after the
wards, Hayes, Shaw-cross, McGowan presenl session the Premier may ap-
Caydzien, Lumsden. Shamrocks i1"-' ;<-> *h* country. The parliament
Goal, Wheeler; backs. McKeown, would sti.) have an r session to
Lamble; halves, Davies. Graham, run but there are rumors that instead
��� forwards, Mitch.-il. Cook, T. "] lixill�� out the *'ul1 ,''i*k,i�� of h-s
Hi""i'i-   1    \   Jones '" ���,n. H��n- Mr. McBride maj  take the
Leith will referee, should he not opportunity to appeal to the country.
plav with th<   Hibernians. Tlie late Dominion election  was par-
juniors  .vill    hold    a    practice j Ucipated in by the members   of   the
h   a;   Md Ij   Square.
LOLLbtiE ATHLETES HAVE
flrsl  daj.  in the pui  I,   - ���   flees, wa
it- rent  likely (given ovi r to the women's society, for
.  ,\   Stoney,  second,'!
\\hi i, a-  It app< arsl erin
thai    th<-1
\. ��� Btminster la In
i ilshera of the
ory,    in    connection
-   ; ii .������cation   ..f     a
minster;   bi   H
;      .   !��� ..'1    i.       ���
. c fullj       pro:   -'
a dlscusi lon of theii   w<        ..  | .   i he
. lm   -  ���,   ���      convent   n wa     eii
. "a    lered   i     board    mi i   d
, ublic   dieu  sion.
This convention continu< a until
i ii daj ' ������ enlng of n< \* ������-��������� k, aud a
larg.. attendance and manj imp. I ant
missionary problems gives prornl i I
:, :,... ; int, n sting and profll     ���
ensure  th,   wishes  of the  liquor ..-ie-   and thej were simp:;,  failing into line !
��� ,;.,,,   bting   con  iiii decla   idiwitq the other parts of the Dominiott.,
| local government to a very large extent. Th,., Premier and his colleagues
iu mt _ took charge of the campaign
in the piovinc-��� on behalf of the Con-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      servatives.
-\PVF__AI   .i.l-il-X  HV  H A Vil     The    orsanisation    effected    would
ULILKhL  UAlfiLd  Uli   nflflll   serve in large part for  the  purposes
 of the local campaign,    lt Is regarded
In many circles as not at all unii . i-
i'liis   afternoon   al   .Moody    Square,   iy th.at the approachin,-;  session  may
Mr,   Brown.
Th.- suggest on  that a
. . |,
and of other plac< -  iti  the
.,,  -i  and   i:..- ei n   st'ates.      He
he Columbian  College    Intermediate he the last one before the election.
Southern j,.,,, ,. . ,.:,.vt.n Will piay the Grandview The question of a local option meas-
remindcd j .,..���.,  of   vanc0Uver.    The   lineup  for ure will undoubtedly come before '-he
town ticket had been prepared by thejthe^i of the strong wave oi    temper- A;   M    (.    js:   ,p,ai    Fitzg.-ia;.!;   full- House this session again. A few years
. ,.t- oi local option did no  seem  ance which was passing ovei  the con-  .,.,,,_,     Mowat,    Jones;      half-backs, ago  one  was    introduced    by    .io_m
i:              ���   members of the league  tinent,   and   sweeping   west     through|B0urne.    Hargreaves,     Bouck;      for-! Evans, then member    for    Cowichan,-
nt, ;
ly   Ln- w
ago.
i EXPLODED
IN (.AMBITUS'��Al!
t majority of whom apparent-1 .Manitoba and  Saskatchewan,    ln  Al- j wards>  Canfieidi    Armstrong,    Houle, I which was defeated.   During the past
ol   this  scheme  some  days    .,,. ,  |    had     een    made    at  Etherjngt0Ili Weiis. ttr ther,   has been a  special   cam-
'   ....-       i  by  passing a local option      n]i,, even)ng lh,.r,, win .,,. two bas-   paign conducted throughout the prov-
Should  Get   Busy. lav     Their object  in B C.   was  to      . _,._���  game    ,.  (h(,  lnterclass BerleS|lnce   bj   tho8e  who   favor   prohibition
of saying  whe-|in tha ���vlll    Th(J arst   between   lhejof th(. llquor trafflc anr, peut!ons will
ii   .   1...,.? '.'��� in th    l ���'-
onths  wou 1  go  i' i   .a,ig.it   should
,
. .   would have local option or
uonuis wotiio go iur uaug-u  suuiuu, not, would    lem'.i    them    that
;" -������  ���:������ :     ���     elected,    Mr,    B i tra    ..ill., many would vote to possess the
tgh time for! privilege of  evercislng   the  franchise
. mcil entering Into
I    '
for ih"    ���   '
....   rega  '������
aph cal  Union
Intlng  for  use
nee   Is   sent   outside.
to  Thoce  Given   Protection,
ij ant  Powder.
with
. ..   N   .   20     With .,
i  sun   in   ������      ���      i- -     ���    -i, it
,-tudo.   .   om . numb* r
in
performed at less|'be       ;  '���        '���*  :   '"-'* ' ���   ' ',,!   'as:
,.,,.,        . all, j in tly   eeai ol Jam, -
O'Li
e ma
n  ii ter
TRACK
,   AT CO.
... tht
an colli
The
io..   ....   , .
���   a   tin
.11 loo
cont,
g; niii.i
colleg,
,1,
tead street      .��� un   The
..i  . . .- on senl the i ci u-
...     ,.i be st' ��� ������'. and  *' i -
��� . .i     ..:.������    i    ona  tili...i   w ith  . olli ���
i o    ie si .ii..   Thg ''���'lh *
age ''.as slight and no one was hurl
Th.   culprit, who Is bel>e\
..  in.   fie _  ra v.li,,-.- placeu hav,
been closed, designs to call attention
. to resorts when bling  Is all'   ��� i
i., :.i   ... :mitted.
Owner, of Closed Dens C��n Attention A,:e   temperance     i .srri'^eii;    -   . .,  ..;i.i.   ��� Dl   th to.    when    they
'.ii the matter.   "We .hei.a gel  hus;.   would  be called  upon to   lecld,   f ie-
,    ��� ��� ..        ed    ���  . .    her,     e local  opi  m    In    the
A. Hardman did noi ���������   ldeaj<        .    not.    There  was    no    doubt
Ighi   '.���:.-  i    :e ticket     ii' th,  ultimate of local option was, j debat
,.,,,. man co . i . in .'.. ���   hini that
two yeai     ���       and    ex- ....  now   speni   In   ntoxicating
;   ��� ��� . , v,, ild be j drinks If divert! I   trom       i      source
tor thc lea-       .-..������ not bi ��� ��� iloyed in h -
���    ;,. , .   emp. , ��� ���    m te  business,    ll,   r< I i ed  In this
ban ;., ,,t empl  I i run candidates for':,-ard to the case of Toronto    West,
Science and Commercials and the se-  '���   presented praying  tor a local op-
ond between the First year and Inter-jtlon.
,,   Hates. '���'������''  course of the  government  on
'Ph.- college junior Boccei  team will  thai  question w'11 be    watchi 1    with
plaj their firsi scheflnled match next Interect.
Saturday, when they oppose the junior] 	
team of the Rovers. highbinder WAR OPENS
On Fridaj evening ol n ki week thej                IN DENVER   CHINATOWN.
between the   Literarj    socletj 	
office �� ben i h.nic. s fi ��� '���*    wen
i lim,    Hi  mention* had ���" en
ichi .1  I j   .,  num i, ol  i ttiz.-ns.
thai 'a   mighi j-ei    >��� a can lldati
��� li     on as alderman.
500  Women  Voters
Mis. .lanes Cunningham was strong
Ij   of the opinion    thai    the   li agu
���  . i take  a   d, finite  .- and  on  th ���
:. . Ipal    ���������' ction    at    once.      She
-.  after it had
-s men   wish, |
bi ��� n tti, .1 the hus* |
local   veto  contln-1
of the school and the Wesle;   Vlethod Denver,  Colo., Nov. 20.���Chinatown
hurch   will   take  place.    Tbe  re- bete is In the thro - ol its tirst high-
reseutatlves of the  coll ge have  not ndt-i   war   i     ight on    j  a  fight  be-
���. ,,  chosen. '"���"  owners oi gambling houses   ���
Thi  Queen's School of Victoria have th,   exclusive   ugh.   to   operate   tan-
��� :  given the  12th of Decembei  as tan  games  and lotteries.    The death
thi  date for their match with the col- yesterdaj  ol   .ee Long, a gambler, 1s
Miss  Murcuit's Lectures.
Cons lera  le  t 'mi   was    coupled   in
.-i.e.:    Mi.-s    Murcutt's    Sundaj
evening lectures In the opera house. It
... ng the opinion of tin meeting that
the financial suceess
i had  been anticipated. Rev. Mr
CARNEGIE
.!��� .       , .     !,   the
ined  '.,  the  foi
11.
,1a. .  Holt;   -'ml
ADVOCATES
REMOVAL   Or
TARIFF
I lavldi ".i
i imp      Int,
:ii     11
New
��� .- ���:
oil     ill,
\. .       .    Nov.    iH
com ������ ml .  .;n
,||., ll   Is
.    Wh.n-; Icle
,iu.
him
'pointed out that in Westminste;  thi iendi    oi   expressed the 'ear that thi
, ,,.;  dulj    quailfled    worn n   lady's strength  might not  hold oui to
,,...,     whose    votes    and    influenci . i     her   series,   which   extenda
,    ii^ .,iiii,i.;  certainlj  he counted on  into April of next year.   In his opinion
t      :, ranee candidates     She an-1 four-fifths of    those    attending    her
no
I
,,,,.,,,! thai ,, mass meeting, mam'.,    ecturea  were  temperanc��   people
soon io appear   for ih< ;'
i
i : on;
...an.   t   I. el   I '���
, Cundron
\    II     \\ in'. .   -lld.
five hundred women voters.      Newton  It.  Brown    disagreed    with
New   Vork    magasine,    Andrew j would beheld toi  thi  purpose ol d evlous    |   akei   on th,   compos!
Carnegie decjitied io deny that he had   cussing   muakipnl   mam   -      In    thi ,     kUss Mmcutfs audiences   Hi
advocated   the  removal  ol   Die enti      event  o|   tb,    cagu�� deciding   to  rim .     w.i   at  least    two-fifths    ol
id.    Mr.  Carnegie's ., ;i-   enndidutes   toi   th- aldermanic   seats,(those  attending   .were    not     nj.ului
leg,   rugbj   team,
plac   ni  this city.
which    will    tal>
NEW  JERSEY   MAN
DIES   FROM   SNEEZING
a.-, rlbed to the battle of the tongs.
Th, bodj ol Ve.- ..as found in an
���ill-., in ihe Chinese quarter. That
ic dii .1 ol olson w as ma le evidenl
bj his contorted fac< and twisted
limbs and a note in Chinese, found in
his blouse.
I ai ill'   on
���
1
a.- ol wai
,
1'. ll
III
.,   ,\ in Fo
to
1.
M
ff*'i h-,,m
1     ���
ol   Thanks.
has   be, n  re-
>.ii  i.i  Mi,   late ^'r
. ii   .ni', i,.  In   response
ol   con,lol..me   wired   to
of Quebec,
nf   iti"
i ude wu-_ soni;lii  in  >. ��  ol .i r, poi;
, thai   he  bud   decldi d   thai  the   tai ft
could b,   :��� moved ��Ithoul  IiiiiIuk the
\ui. . li en     ,-ei Industrj. and ihai  b<
Int, nded  n> ,\,  ,  i his in detail In
the i"' incoming article, When -������ i n
last ii.ciu Mr, Cainegfa saidi "The
article lias heen announced in the
usual fashion, and h will apeak foi
'n a lew days, li is a companion
io the one on raies and re-
which  I   -��� rote    t ir    the    same
Ui
 \ ctoi'la,    .,    splendid  church attendants,   peopl,   who could
I, ., .     uud .,,,!,iu.' ��� .��� I to com,  i n
...
,, |    ,   ,.., ���    . ami ���' - '"ng
,,,,, i, . .      ��� lug   held in  dlffi n u
-..,,;.     ��� ���
IUi I
arlic
bati _
*
pan ^^^^^^^^^
lir. Muni . udvl -i ,1 ih
Ing" ot all i- in:' ranee pi....
., .,-��� a ���
Arte
, ���   ii,
in   I,..
, ��� ached  In anj  oi hi     .' a ���'
New   York, Nov. I".    Pollc,   lnvestl-1	
gallon   will   be  made  todaj   Into    tho      :Cmpass Without  Needle Invented.
,1, .oh of Andrew  M. Taylor, who liter*     Charlottesburg, Germany, Nov. 20.���
allj sneesed himself to death in Pater*     ,  B m���eting of the  League of Ger-
son. N. .1,. lasi night.   Seised with a raan   nava]  architeots >-��sterday    Dr.
:ii of  sn,, ii.':  aftei   some    practical   tmschuetskemppfe, of Kiel,  exhihitevl
jokers had scattered Bnufl on the floor , ,.,s, wdhoat a needle, which has.
of the saloon,  he  fell  exham ed   nnd|jU8l  been invented.   It is in the form
uas  Btrlcken  with hemorrhage ,��� ��� gjroscope, which, when suspend-
The    jokers*  tela    alarm    at    hlsipd^tn  ;l ,,.,.,., a way   ai,VayS adjusts
lia,ii and i.hvsieians were summoned, itself parallel to lh��  earth's axis. The
\n examination  showed  thai  he had  |nventlon la ��� gi  ded aa ol great im*
ruptured a blood VHsael,   The rlow ol   portanci   to    on   ,h-    ������   ���  i the com-
i.loa,!   was  checked   temporarily    bul    .,.,     needh   frefluenth   '- ftecti 1
local
"plum -
tor th,
i   .  i liinninghum   polnti I    ui
ol  , mi : id  ..-i hi lon  for
,,pl .OU.
Cheap-John Methods,
ll< v. W, Ii   barraclough stated I
candidates. \,      Murcutt should not be compellw
some further  discussion,   thelt0 continue  lectures at   hei   own
,,i ninning a temperance tick-j pense_.    The financial Btraln  was
.,,  red to the executive com-   .,[n._. heavy, promised
rlaliaing!    il
I     ike oui   new  In
,J"'| Ta'. Iot 'v.-     i
a shon  i Ime   an I
nas  i"   �� ars old
iidlii
metal
_���_��..
nnd  lea .��� ���   a  widow .
ill
- i
nt. ���.. bill  t he .- ini
M i ..,    .lui <ult
Election  of  Officers.
The election of  officers,  wh'ch  d.d
,,,..   ; i],,   place until quite late In the|
Tu Salve Wreck of Aeon.
\'n i... ;,   p.  .���   No.   SO,    th-   Week
r' ;''   ������   - "";l1-*  of in,   sti ami     \" "i    s on
Chrl iin-' I-! md. where she wat*
[ wrecked by striking a reel on wiiich
i she waa carried bj  ths strong sea etv*
th.
ffcr,J '  ������
on behalf
fllV;   .,..     .
"'  Keary,    Mayor.     N' ���*���
""imiiisi, r
Si. n
(IN,*
"���ans..
IV,
ll
un behalf of Sir
������-���ll.   I   would   bog   you to
'''" corporation and oltlz-cns
"'"atmlnster   our    grateful
'"'' "'"'f sympathetic message.
'l"|.I,
iy       **-*i'iy   touched    bj    their
p , ''''""''i'Ui-.ii 0f fnther'a memory.
���  ''  l-o ilnlere."
for consideration.
Work of S,x Months,
l'i, _-..<!��� iit   .Mel.i od   repor.e 1  on
Fireman Arrested as Dynamiter.        work of six months sine organisation -joying   that   1,   savored   too   much   ol
Moit   N'ov  20���Mike Butler,  He mentioned that the engagement oi J Cheap-John    business,      Sither     the
ftmembei of the Butte flre department  Mlsa Murcutl  was tor   flve    months, ������������. ,,���������,, ,���, lt.ltvr ,���. ,���,. ���,,.IU���..
'' """""' charged 8nd ihe opera house had ibeen crowd-Ubtmld be given up.
(,l ,,��� each ol the seven occasions ou Several further speakers having
which she bad lectured, in conse-, ll(., 1( i,,.,^ on the subject <>i funds, ��
quence ol complaints made about the [collection committee was appointed,
go-called  social clubs, one  had   been J The sum of 1141.50, payable ih weekly
   11 omit.-I. ,1   .n   h.-i   \o>age    from    the
support not ini-i, vening, did nol  resull  in any strenu-1qq^, m ,;.i;,. u, Australia via Apia, was
magazine.
wns arrested yesterday anil
with dynamiting tha J< wel saloon. The
proprietor of the placi says Butler declared,   when  pressed   lor paynieiu ol
expressed strong dis-1uous balloilng. A startling suggestionIl0)d ai Sydney by 'he underwriters
.ai .faction wiih the manner Ln which thai all office holders be re-elected en; ,,, , j::7-, according io mail advices
th.   campaign  was  being  carried    on,(nine   wus  discouraged  h}   J.  W.   Mac-1 received here, and I scbooMr was bei-
Ing outfitted with a doilkej   nglap on
bar
,111. thai he "would ge; evi
sured.
Mr.
Ottawa
nil.,
*���*���.-!,.
Kni(.
B  to   Go to   China.
Nov -'"    it has been di It-
"A'1"'1 "llli  Mr, w. i,.    Mao
Vtiof      M   p'-e,eel   l'"1'    N"���'<!,
.    ! '   ��� n;   ('una,111       li
'"uul   opium   eonf, rence
^ *Hl
'ti   I iien : ,  at l'ekin'.
���'    ''I Inn on  ll..,., 0.   ...
proseci I, and n conviction securea. i instalments, was promised bi those
Kllllnfl  Fros, in  South. ! The  cit.    had   been  divided   Into  dis* | ,���,  hall.
'lii.r.-jiricis and efforts made to pine, on t"e No Money in Lecturing.
,,f anljisl men favorable to the temperance incidental to the discussion, li wns
end I cause, They had not been able to doljjj^wn thai the receipts for the seven
and | nnich   for  local  option  so far hut  the . lectures delivered here by Miss    .Mur-
Cottonwood,  Mu-,   Nov.    *�����
has   been    ice   here   olie-elghlh
Inch   tiilck    for   ihree   mornings.
all le���dpr vegetation, both
across the line In  Florida,
killed.
The appointment *
of thia city, as    notary
gasetted In Thursday's l��u
i ii   c. Gasetie,
If.rC     UU"  I  II, ,J,I, ..,-,..... taa.      *"^^^^^J
ia�� been expectation    was   thai    the    earlier. cn(, jiai] ,amou*nted  to $140.25,  while
months would he spent In ths work of, snhsci'lplions Increase,] this amount to
^ ._ organisation.     However,   there  was  a| 321:1.2,",.    On; of ihis. the sum of $120
��� percy " Brown gathering In Vancouver on Wednesdaj , tn(] i,,,,.,, pa|,j R
public,    is  wh.n th,. mutter would  be taken up|hpuse;  MIsk  Murcutt hnd been
of    ih*?
rental of the <	
nd ar angemenls had been made wUhjiflj^ leaving a talance of $33.00 in
In   it   c.  B, H>   for a flfty-eeni vat1? band.   Twentj  dollars is still due for
Donald. The following officers were
elected bj acclamation: President, W.
li McLeod; vice-president, J. A. Kerr;
second vice-]iresldenl. Airs. James C,
Canaingham; secretary, Dr. Manchester; treasurer, P. P. .Maxwell. Nine
candidates were nominated tor ths executive, tbe following being elected:
H. k. Casselman, Mrs. ,1. h. Oil ley, N.
It. Brown, Mrs. N. H. Brown .1. C.
Lone, and -I   **���>'���  MacDonald.
A tinance committee, consisting of
George Adams, A. P, Haliiday, A.
Hardman, B, P. CasseJiaan, Aid. Gar*
r, tt, V. P. Maxwell and W. 1. Reld was
board to save whai
from lhe wreck.
could   he    taken
FRENCH CRUISER CONDE
ASHORE OFF CORSICA.
AJJaccio, Corsica, N**-.. 30.���The
French cruiser Conde 11111 on the
rocks off fhe Corslcttn coast today
during a heavy Storm and her position
ls critical.   There wim no loss of life.
Flrt Creates Panic.
Chicago,  Nov.    20.���Fifty    famine*
appointed with instructions to    <l,vise| w,,,.,, thrown Into fl panic at  1 o'clock
wios and means Of raising the 11, c,s-1 lhis   nv,,rn|I)K   ������),,,n   flr,.  broke  OUI   In
saiy funds to ensure the progreft   if the    Ashland    apartment      bulldinjg.
igue. .      I Qoick  work of a iioilceman who ran
Tho meeting adjourned shortly aftof j (brougj,    j,,, |WI|]H an]  awakened the
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The REICHENBACH CO, Ltd.
NOW   SUPPLY
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co., of Edmonton, Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
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W '   : f       I  No possible fear of diseased meat; only the best can pass the rigid tests of the Government, a perfect guarantee.
There is no Government inspection in British Columbia ; therefore
to know that you are eating carefully inspected Meats is safety
Reichenbach Co.,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St.. New Westminster
PUNS TO WAT_.il LIFE ON
M_K_ THROUGH TtLtSlM
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Immense      Instrument      Deviled      by
Prof$ssor of Physics for Watch-
mj   Pianeti   Closely.
lore,   Md.,   Nov.    20.���R,   VV.
Wood, who occupies the chair of ex-
menial  physics a1 Johns  Hopkins
university, ha . out a mercury
cope by which lt is hoped    that
fe, if i; exists, maj  be seen on the
planet Mars.    Prof. Wood reported bis
. .��� ntlon  yesterdaj   to  the    nation il
.    i i'ii,..  of science.
Prof,  Wood refused to   make   any
d, Unite stat,-n,enl  as to    the    future
-; lilltlea ol  the Instrument.    It is
Ible, hi  sa        iat a mirror flfte. n
or tweni    feet In   ll mi ter,   mounl -1
in the ��� o .-     -""ri, of a   I
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cannoi a  with     n
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AMERICAN   OFFICE-.
KIDNAPS   CANADIAN
,    ,;  ;,    *;.,-.    20    Thi
:     ,n    t    .'. ll   in
over what med
::, ;   i    .    ���    on pai United
-' ..'.in'    ' ;,
h un i 'th
i er Smith of the Uni    I States I
���   ::    Mir wi nl  to the     home   ol
McQu, en,  a one-arme i    inn:,.
and   forcibly  ��� ���      I   him    from   his
��� ��� iking him o\ ��� t the border aud
. ng him undei arri
McQu   -n (ii'-     o ippear at Fe
; Minn M  ���   on a  summons
and    I     authorl 11      :   ��� i     afte
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ONTARIO   PHYSICIAN
SUCCOMSS   TO   GLANDERS
cli.i i-.rn, Nov, 20    Death I
.I     . rare In n  tun ai     ovi rtook
Dr, Thomas M. Vi i;-,-,,i of Al ivood, Ont,
in the Pre bj tei Ian ho ipital in this
city yesterday. Dr, Wilson absorbed
. rm ,,f Ui" disease while conducting ' k im i'li'-nt i ai i hi A -ib trell i il
lege.
;   MARKET   I
I   REPORT    ���
��� e
v ��� ��� ��� * e  e ��� <> '* ��� ��� -:'���������
Thei ,-   .   ���    ii..' i ',; I '
atisE.i   ���   .    .   endmce of    oth
... and   ' li        Th   ..        ..    i ���
In  the  rings  wen    i -isli,    oth   ho
.i . cows selling better than usual.
Ther v.as a lai '������ suppl    11   beef ol
il  stock,  with   a   fair   lemand for
primi   beef,    Mutton and  lamb found
a fair supply, with requirements equal
to   the  quantities   brought   in.     Wai
v as ii * so plentiful an.l the demand
was   good   for  medium  stock     Large
. ��� ���    . as  in.i  very  much   In  demand.
Thi-r,   v.js ;i good supplj ot pork with
��� "..: ind for :u. Hum weight ., i:
'\ . ��� call  for heavy hogs '���> is llmiti I.
F ���!.  oi  a ]   i, :i Is,      aimon.    ha
��� I   and stui ;i m  .   iched tb    mar-
I el   m  fair quanl ll le
Once again was notice i a shoi
..; ��� ggs, and - v,as equl-
o th     . . ��� only tool
thej   ictuall    i     I       ,i I en the
. ivholesali
\ i in  price        ��� ' '     There
i
i,. . ���     of
., .    ���;  '.;���:-. :
;       :.   - . i    .    '.     ...
. | fair i up  l.\    of
ellin ndln
re  nol    ������>
-   md,
fered  ��������� as nol
lar      is i ' '.Land for ap-
i . Ing   lint) ��� rl o,     I     Btock.
[I i ,, small
demand  for  poi .hich  <!o   nol
ill.    "!' ���  I.
well   I .... i   year,
..      .viiii .1,. Fresh
��� ������ ��� , ible ��� . old  ���' ell.
Official   Quotations.
Beef,  blndqua t, i       7   to  8;     I I
rs, 4c to Be;  mui i n, 10c to
lie;   lamb,   lie   to   12c;    ork,  8%c;
ni' ili'ini. lie;   vea     i     . Be t"
retail, 56c, wholesale, ���"'i''*;
buttei   i- all    :     to 40i fowl, per
doz.,   (7 to chicken      5.50 to $7;
tilers, $4 to >.. 50; duel     ��3 to $10;
:��� ������ ������, .- icli  . I '     appl .   pi i box, "���""
to $1;   po   toi       - .- -, a, Jl i  to $12;
. nr -is    '���     a '.,  60c.    I  rnlps,  BOc;
;.      ii: s. 75c; onion i $1.25.
License Notices
���ii
iat  1   in-
-������ ng of
he   City  of
���"newal   of
��� ynopsis     of    Canadian     North-Weit       \"OTlCE  is
Homestead   Regulations. ily at  i
.\uy  even numbered section of Do-   the lng   Bi i   ,
minion  lauds  in  .Manitoba,  Saskatch-   .\.       ,      tniln ier  t���_>_���
ewau and Alberta, excepting 8 and 26) licens,   io sell liquor    iy retail on the
not reserrad, may be homesteaded by A.  mis - known as the v.'i idi n Hon
any person who Is the sole head of a j Situated   on    Columbia     md    Begbie
family, or any male over IS years ol   ,;,,,.;.,    u :;,.. ia\ \ -, ,   sew West-
age, to the exteut ot one-quarter sec-   Uljh
tion of 160 acres, more or less. p   ()   BlLODKAL'
ITICE I
'  ������ .'    '       nexl
N, w   , a il   ol
���   ..
.......
situa ��� corner of Bi
Front stre, ts *u thi     ild (.'it;    of New
minster.
ALFRED SW IXSOX.
N   .   Westminster, Nov. ���'.. 1908
.-V;,,,iicaiiun tor entrj must oe
uade ,u person 'j> the applicant at
��� Dominion Lands Agency or sub-
jgeucy lor the district m wnich the
Kin'l ;s siiiiate. Entry by proxy may,
aowever, be made at uu agency ou
ier ,.., conditions by the tatbe;, ni'.'ili-
jr, *jii. daughter, brother v>r sister of
an  Intending  bwnesteader.
New Westmiuater, No\
lUO-S.
NOTICE i�� hereby glv*i_i_ hat I intend to ajplj at the next sitting of
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster for a renewal of
Hi i ii..' ���.. ell liquoi . ��� U on the
preml ii - known as   h    Rusaeli Hotel,
l"he homesteader Is rejulred to per-   -situated     -   Carnarvon    ami    EJegbie
form the homestead duties under one streets In the **  l cttv nl  S ������*��� West
mlnstei
\.
" ���   -
1*.  C".  CAMERON.
N ' .  ;. i ���'"������.
of the following ;.l__,u.**'
(li At Uiast, six iiioiiU:^' residence
i.ii.iri and cultivation of tliv l.md In
��� ich  j oar for three yean
(2) .\ nomesteadei may, if !,��** so
i'3sh*,'S.  perform the    required    real-
1,'iu-i'   ilutles   by   i:v:11.���   I     farming       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
iand owned  solelj   bv   hln .  noi  less] i:'"  '- " ���' ;      Boai'd   " ''''-
tbHii  - ..-.,'    i -      teres   i ;,  la   ''-' '���'���   *Vcstl      '"'    "' "   '    ewal    '
in*'   ,    ...      ..   li      '  ...     ���   i    .loini   ��� ! to liq ioi\3 o . ���'::    '. eml ������
ownei  hip in brad  will nol  meet  t__tls j known a   the Depot Hotel        ited on
requirement j corner ol Columbl i and Big
NOTICE li ij   given  cl ������   I
tend  to   i,...     at the i;. ���     I   ;-
(.'! i    If tb or n ,u the
fathei   ,.. d ���������.. ��� -i -  ...   , ��� _ i.r
nas  pein  m  ,���   ldene<     ,  | .-luing
and owm i , r by hlm nol less
than eighty (SO) acres lu i ttent, In
the "lclnli o . home 11, or up-
i,n  a bom< stead enti     I ,   bim
ui the \ Iclnlty,   uch bon may
perform his own r il | >n ��������� d ities by
llring with tbe Gather  (or mother).
t li Tu,' n rm "vicinUy" in tbe two
preceding  paragrapha D a    as
meaning nol mo i ... nine miles in
a direct line-, exel I iI*��r nf the width
of miul allowances crossed In .he
measurement,
(Gl A boinest, a lei Intending to
perform his residence duties in ac
cordance with the ove *hilo living
���viih parents or on . irming land own-
,',| by himself musi notlfj the agent
for the 'ti uric   ol Buch Intenl  m,
Six months' notl ������ in writing musi
be given to the Cot ,.; ,,f d0
���nlnlon Lands al Ottawa, of Intention
'o apply for patent.
w   W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister ot the tntorlo.'
in tin c.lcj    . Ni �� We tmln ;' i
..   (VISE.
",'. r\      '      ilnater, Noi    I    '.���"-
NOTICE is herebj gii en that l intend i" appl at the next ��itting of the
Licensing Boar l of the City of New
v, ��� minster for a renewal o! license
to sell liquoi. ij retail ou t__e premises knonrn as the Costaopolltan tiotel,
situate .,u Columbia Jtreet, opposite
C. P. R. depot, in the Bald City of New
W'e.-t tains ter.
j. ii. u. Mcdonald.
New  Westmin iter,  ���*,.... :;, 1908.
NuT_.CE is hereby given that 1 In-!
tend   to apply ���      b    nexl   sitting ofl
the   Licensing   B< ard  for  the  Citj   of
New   We...u,.:.- .-,   for  a   i-. newal   ol
license to sell liquoi - b.  retail i.n the
premise;   i a iv, n   as   the   Roj al    City j
il itel,   situated    corner    of  Customs
House Square and Columbia street, In j
I the -aid Citj   of New Westminster.      !
i:   FALCH.
New   Wesimin ter,  No.   3,  190*
Notice is bei e ..   given thai    ���*".��� In
tend to applj at thi  nexl sitting of the
Lie -���:������ Ing  Un:..-: for I he Citj   o
| '' est minBter I newal o     .- en i
.   . !'. liquoi b !     retail on th ��� pt i m
.   know ti  .:    i;,.     I lol n i .     Hotel,
late l on Fronl ��� tn et.
.JOHN McNTVEN ��  I). Mi Dl >������ ILD
v   '���'. ��� .   ��� .      ov. 4   IOCS
.NOTICE la :   . Iven thai    .'
tend     i       pi    . ��� ii:..'
the   Lie, ii in"   Bo ..I   foi   the  Citj
N'e-.v  Wei trnln   ���  .  foi  .   renewal    i
licen   ��� ��� > sell splritoua liqubr ��� bj  i
tail on the premlsi a know n   as    I i
Liverpool Arms,   Ituated on Colum la
street,  In   the westerly  Btore   In   thi
Oven's Block, In th ��� said City of New'
Westminster.
ALEX. MATHBSON.
\ew  Westminster, Nov.  i.  1908.
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT.
WARNING  TO PURCHASERS.
Every assignment of the right ofl
South   African   Volu
land  grant  must f a|
point mi n: of a su
in the form provided bj the A.t
special attention Is called to >*\
section 3 .,;' Se. tli d ��� fluntel
Bounty Act, 1908, whi, b ; ��� ���hl
no assignment of the rlghl of a m*J
uuti. ;* bj the appolntmi nt i ��� ���
statute shall be accepti 1 or reco
by the Departmenl ol th lateriij
which is not executed and dated afH]
the date of the warrant for the Ian
grant i n u i    ���   tte Mini, I I
and Defence In favor of thi ^"i"u'
,1. W. QREENWAY,
Commlssloni
Lands, 0
28th  S ptember   i |
PROFESSIONAL..
WF.   HANSFORI      ii.-"ls*e.
Solicitor, etc., Ci     ���:
corner      Columbia      id I
streets. New Westml
NOTICE Is herebj .iven that l Intend to apply at the next Bitting of the
Licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster for a renewal,of HcenBe
t<'> s,dl liquors by retail on the premises known us the Colonial Hotel, sltu-
at the corner of McKenzie and Clarkson streets, In the .aid City of New
Westminster.
M. F. INSLEY.
Xew Westminster, Nov. 3, 1908.
A.VllKAI.L.il..    BARR1STI U   -*']
.   licitor,  etc.,    12 1 " t>
opposite Com;  House  New Westoil*
ster.    Phonfl 113.
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS, Barrl!
ters and Boliclto   , Bla     '   ,;
Columbia street,   New n '*u']
W. J. W Iniesirle. 11. L. Kdmends
NOTICE is hereby glvea that thlrtrj
days after date we Intend to apply to
F. s Hussey, superintendent Pfovln
cial EtDltce, Victoria, B. ('., I'm- a renewal of the liquor license held by us
for the St. Alice Hotel, situate nl
Harris,in Hot Springs.
Tm*. Harrison Hol Springs Co., Ltd.,
Qeorge Hartnees, Manager.
Dated Nov. 4, 1908.
MARTIN t  McQUARRIE.  BAKIU*
ters, solicitors, etc,   "-"'-1 Ne''*
Westminster,   Trapp   Block,   corns]
Clarkson nnil   Lorne s*:*" ;-
w
ADVF.RTIaSK
��� IN ���
Tt-1
THE      DAILY      NEWS
To INCREASE Your BUSINESS.
GBOROB K. MARTIN, Rarrl
Solicitor, Qulchon  hloch   Colunjl
bla and McKenzie streets. N ���*��������� vv,,Htl
minster, B. C. ���
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Sollcltoij
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. ���)l
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Fertilizers-
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Catalogue free.
M.J.HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
3010  Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
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Nurseries
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Introduction   of
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' tage   in  the   meat   su] ply
'"' Cr, at Britain    and   a   consequent j
rise In i
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the  ������ ti .:   the  disease   reached :
���'"'���  Brit    .    oard of agriculture    two
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w''-- at om .   a. tilled to meet   all   incoming ,li. ie to prevent the lntroduc-'
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tation ������' hay and straw as
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FORMER   STRIKERS   HELP
LUCKLESS   FELLOWS
....      i -,.     ,,'���:.��� of
1'   1' ���     anicil un'.o
si id  Eiuani ial a ���   i   nc
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or Cartle, the new. chli '���������
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Working Mens Suits
;,,   Bed   Reck   Price.
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Is ill
56.95
.$9.95
i\ the   ,��� ��� ��� *:���
Boys' 3-Piece Suits
.... iction ol 25 Ctnts on the
i.       nal' -  ���"' on from mn stoi  .
I . ..n'   ..       ..        iutj     Wo nntee I
nt
. . |   *   TEN  TO  FIFTEEN   YEARS.
Boys' Russian and Blouse Suits
FOUR   TO   EIGHT   YEARS   OLD.
. close ou    .ureni    - ol these mils, we must  not , '   " *r* ;'"'"" We w
ui ., redtii  lon o "li:-
BOYS'  WOOL   SWffATEKS
I v,   y cb  nne_ of nil wood sweaters in navy, cardinul and sti   -  ^
for      75c
for     50c
aii ra  for	
,,i,  Investmenl  run pays 25 per cent. Immediately.
Boys'  English Woolen  Hosiery
wool hosiery for boys; complete In ever 	
ii ,���  .. ,,,-niv an von wish and ONK Ful'KlTI
original prices are now on each pair of stockings.   Buy as manj bi .
....,, n���es of ti.      ���'   ' '"> hosiery for boys; complete I. every slse
1  ' original prl
*''" !"   deducted from your check.
Boys'  Underwear
,     ���i ared our at   Rock Bottom  Prices	
���II our Odd lines of boys' all  wool  underwear,  to ho el""1  ^
:'"r Suits for  	
*""* '" $1.36 Suits for   	
70c
REID & CO.
The Clothiers
Phone 442
PROSPECTUS
It Lake Brick and Cement Company, Ltd
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
... n authorized    ���   thi   ���������        i.-.  to Bell stock of the    bove Company l b    * ��� unit to the public
l!)"  :'                particulars: Capital,  $*100,000.    One thousand  shares at $100.00 each at par.
Iption list is open. II or                          ere being applications   alread       i   le  for  $40,000,  mil
' will remain open toi   ten . ben              be clo ed    Should the amount   be   o\ei            Ibed   by   tbe
i-i   Ic, there will le  is ued to ihi criber hi          ortion ol share   applied for.
"vlng gentlemen  have inton   ted them ���������- previously to the resist ration of the company:
1 Fader    $20,500.00
H. P  Naylor     ' 0
Dr. R, E, MeKechnie, Vanoouver      l.OQt ��� 0
B. P, Bishop     1,000.00
Dr. .1. \v. Thompson, Vancouvei
W. li   Keary 	
T. S. Hall. M,  D	
W. <;  Schi'!��� der	
J. E. Allan  	
Jose h Relchenbach 	
500.00
500 '.'i
500.00
100.00
uOO.OO
...........
5TEY   .Hi'.
GE VWSON
....   ���   .
Oti : '���'<-. Si. ���
.    : ���-. .     ���      '���     ''
:    s Fre, man  300.00
T. S. Annandale   500.00
Pi rcj  Shadforth   300.on
John A. Montgomery  300.00
Cl     es E. Doherty   500.00
Mrs. F. P. Bishop   100.0,i
M . - Eagle  100.00
Edwin K. Fitzgerald    500.00
White & Shiles   oOO.OO
NO  APPLICATION  WILL BE  RECEIVED AFTER TEN DAYS FROM THE .ABOVE  DATE.
The. offices of the Company shal] be at thu Northern Crown Ban     _t**  Columbia  Street,   New   Westminster, li. C.
Pn  . 'i'   Direi tors of the Company arc:
E*. J. FADER,  Lumberman,  President and  Managing Director.
J. REICHENBACH, Whole-ale Meat Merchant. Vice-President.
J. E. ALLAN. Bank Manager, Secretary-Treasurer.
H.   P.  NAYLOR, Vice-President  Berg Machinery   Manufacturing  Co.
W.  J. WHITESIDE, Solicitor.
BANKERS���NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
Tne  Solicitors of the  Company are  Whita*:iclo fi.  Edmonds.  New Westminster,  B. C.
Anj   person _ i       .  lng  $500.00 ... over m       ecome a Director of the  Company  upon  application, subject
���    "t  the Hoard,
i    s proposed to Issue thi    to thi   li       .... nt plan, 20 ; ir cent, upon  application,  and   20   per  cent.
..   until  fully  paid.
.���.-;���'      bi   Company pn      <    ���,, *.   . . ver Id Known as Timber Berth No, 100, and situated on Pitt
i oi  214 acn tarj   t,     .'��� ..   Westminster   and also two  mineral claims situated    In
. e ol     .: : .... -.in..' a       ��� ��� ��� .   3i  feel by 150i   '���   I  wide, and known as    the    Silicon
Min s i.  1, and Sillc i    '���'. i        i :���'... 2, which when Crown granted entitles the Company to all
the n        ' therein under th,   i.-.     of the Provincial Governmenl ol British Columbia. The timber berth
rights to all  the timb eon I .1 area mentioned  .vhich has ahund nei  oi timber to sup-
I .ui '���'.   - and IImber foi        i    yeai i   to come.
The propertj  Is sit tated adjacent to the sh, i   ol Pitt Lake which is ,   distance of about twenty-eight miles
ol '**  ���������  v ster, and affords n ��� a    all    the year round for steam boats and river bo I
.i has an ideal harbor ���*���    re the said      nt will be erected to operate on the ground.   On this pro-
- re Is a large depoi it of i lay o mi m  n which is very ace, ssll le,  the lunch of ciay being over
high     ove the level of . which easy access to excavation.    The ciay bank mentioned
Is       ..    n 2000   nd 3000 feet long by     om 300 to sOo feet wide .and affoi Is a   natural  incline  lor  transportation
to the plant which will       a di t: ...       a out only 100 feel from the lake shore.   The clay has
���   :   ij   the  B I Ini       '���'������ it   facturlng  Company, of Toronto, which was reported on ra
���  ���    . : .-���   -  lows by H. P. Naylor.
���  ck a. Cement Com,,;;-... .   Limited,  New  Westminster,  B.C.
utlemen    I    herebj    beg    leave to report to you that I have, on the Ith day of October, 1908, examined
... ibo.    mentioned In jour     ospe. Lake and have found the  i ai  i   .1   ...  th,   propertj   to
si it to us for *-��� - Mr. I-:. J. Fader, of New   ���       minster, which has given the follow! ig
So ,���- tew mouthi-  ag, es   were   eui u   _oronto plant    y Mr. _-__. J. Fader for
.j. .       ,-sls     iat this clay i a '-���       unusual  nature containing      ...  -
he making of P       ml O   lent.   We I mnd bj ng in a   ��� ���  . .   kiln and pn
1 make t witnout burnii i   .-..       ipi ir opinion  to tiny
d 5h '. -.:::-.    \ ' .in.! of gr, at   fire i'. sist ni. ��� .    and
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....    Brii,-.  and ��� nt Company   ind    st tmj ed
.    l i lng Company, Limit   1, .
.rick at  ., ,.-<>si on th
bool of Prai nee ol I
il. P. NAYLi
.   ,    -..      :.-. t- 1  :a   ti
inch.
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the Bri
rick subi ;
couver, B. i   .  I
,  for H n   test   was sul jec ��� :  ���     a
. ai  lti in.,  win : ace I.e., between 1 1400 degree ci ntlgra I -��� .-
. 2552   ;._:���     ...... i wlthou Tl e onlj     feet ol - ... ���        o , a i i
,..,, , in the brick du,   mainlj  io the esi    n  o!  .team fron   thi   wai t* of coml nation of tne plastic m-a-
,,;   ;:,,   ,.;.-,..   in my opinion a   ������   ding I   if ihis brick would   witbstai :  the  destructive action
of flre, ami can therefon   ie  i ��� i wi t>*.       Yours faithfully, ������  SULLIVAN. !'  C, S
li ean readily be seen from the      ...   i  port  thai the brick           led to be n ired    _���   the Pitt L,   ������
Brick av- Cemen   Company, Ltd., can !.,   placed on i ���                 al such a price that no < u                    rick manufactured in Caumla can compete witb it.
It is the Intention of thi   O                              .     ith tho erection ol     ������  plant a th,   ....���-        poriu i
and place th,- brick upon the mai            Bri    h <           la and oth                           u markei    ....   had.    Mr.
I. Fader has agreed to sell to the Com    a              toll    if hi    Interes   In the s is a            entioned fo;
-..    sum of $30,000,  payable    .,        illow. In cash, and $28, I lu        \]   ������     <J     i
his Mr. H. J. Fader subscn es to t     Compan    fi     .   i           easurj   stoi . -   -   -.   pay   within  two
This proposltlou, withoui tception, l-    - liev< I  bj   mosi    *         men i      e oue of I                 ';ck
tions   thai    has been placed '   loca   i             i                             ���'     ��� ������                     a             a   : ..  water-
rool brick, which as far as wi ���-                                In the v. hole Domln                    .                -           ������ ,pi
ties of a flrsl i lass    rick.   .A i i    hi                  po           ���;.���....         ���                 .      ushing  tesl
ISI  oJ
0 po .lids to tin
II   is  doubtful    ii   ai
Apart from
i
���    :  ���
��� i, li is a handsonn   brii.. an l will maki   .    ��� .     pretty flnl did ng.
rh      ; - ... - ���       -'��� i obi ol the nftin ifactu
Manufaci    lm   Oompany, nam er M what an enormous profit then
the facl that oui Ioi and Seattle pressed brick .-     ., ��� ;
., thousand, plnces us lu i on       you read! :   Bee to cut thi
make 1100 per cent, ou our output, and l i       no reason why tho pei .    .
outsldi   public to lake up this  stock whea       ) have ai their door a surpassed
any   mhlcb have been formed In  British      In 11 ivi  alread    form   I sev,
lie ol New Westminster know, and hav.   made for foreign capitalists .norm,,. . _    ., .        which
Bhould have remained at homi This is tbe tirst time thai i have formed ., companj in Ne*** Westmlnstei ai
asked the present public to subscribe, aud l wan: yuu to plainlj understand thai I ..in not doing so with th< i
j.'ci ,ii coaxing you into thi proposition. I am merelj offering it t<> you as a good, solid, bona fide investment
and 1 im giving you the Rr i opportunltj to subscribe and ai the same time knowing thai the stock will b<
readily subscribed within thirtj days ,i_ the Hast. I therefore consider tho..,, win, hav.- the money tu Invest
Bhould noi lose the opportunity as there t., not the slightest doubt that this Company will pay enormous dividends, work commenced on the ground last week, and a gang of men i.s now clearing a Bite for the plant and
opening large cuts Into the clay, so tim visilors may hav, an opportunity of visitim; the property and seeing
for themselves at any time.
The Company anticipates having tie plant running within six months from the above date, and you therefore should nut  miss the opportunity of getting in your application at an early date.
Samples of the. brick and clay may be seen at my office at the Northern Crown Bank. New Westminster,
and any further information thai any subscriber wishes to know, 1 shall be pleased to give them sueh particular* nt my office.
Ladles or gentlemen are Invited to subscribe. (Signed.) �� .). FADER, Promoter.
PITT  LAKE  BRICK  AND CEMENT   COMPANY, LIMITED.
To the Directors of the Pitt Lake Brick &. Cement Company, Limited, New Westminster,  b. c.
Gentlemen,���I hereby make application for  snares in the above named Company or One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each, and i"*l*'st you lo allot m. ihat number of shares; and I hereby agree to accept
lhe same or any similar number that  may be allotted io me, and  pay  for the same as follows:
Twenty per cent, on the signing of this application; and 20 per Cent, monthly until paid.   And 1 authorise
yon to register me as the holder of the (aid ���haree,
Name In  full
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THE DAILY NEWSj   )
Published hy the Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner ot Sixth and Front
streets, N'ew  Westminster. B.  C.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
SATURDAY.NOV. 21.   19CS.
WHITNEY, YES! M'BRIDE, NO!
We cannot agree with ths Colum-
i ian of yesterday ihat "there is comic opera flavor to the suggestion to
transfer the Conservative leadership
from Mr. Borden to Sir .lames Whitney. The premier of Ontario is a
much abler man than Mr Borden can
ever hope to be. We would ask the
Columbian to remember that His
.Majesty has conferred on. him the
honor of knighthood and for some
months he has been entitled to be
called Sir .lames Whitney. The
comic opera flavor ol the dispatch
mentioned is the suggestion that Premier McBride be Sir .lame-' associate
and we think the Daily Standard of
Kingston cannot know the man or U
would never have made the silly suggestion. The caption "McBride and
Whitney" use,: by the Columbian over
the dispatch reminds one of th, poem
it had in its columns some time since
entitled "Melnself���Und Gott."
vent it coming in. Another proviso
must be predicated. Steps should be
taken of the most drastic kind to see
thai wl.**. is saved from the axe is not
sacrificed to the flamed.
"The  principle that musi  prevail  is
that the Canadian people must get the
greatest   possible economic advantage
of all  their timber areas.    Something
has  been done towards  ihis end.  The
prohibition of the exportation of pin.,
.ind sprue.- logs from Crown lands in
Ontario is a large measure in this direction.    But, after all,  it  is confined
to ia  small area.    Our aim  should  be
to   put  the  greatest   possible   amount
of labor on whatever products of the
forest are exported from our country.
There are difficulties in the  way,  but
they are    not    insuperable    to    wise
statesmanship  and  patriotic  patience
What   may' look   like  a  present  loss
will  in a  future  that   is proximately
immediate be  turned    into    a    great
gain.      No     inferior      considerations
should stand in the way.    We ought
never t" be content so long as a pulp
log leaves the country which has not
been converted into its ultimate refined  product.    True self-interest is  behind that statement, and it should be
the aim of our statesmanship."
1901
PRINTING
-THAT'S  OUR
BUSINESS
to perform. I' can fight slang in threei ., . , t t-t--T���T-t.J-t_i , .
ver, effective ways. The language of $* ^M"���"!'****+****+
the teacher should be free from it, so ?
as no to teach it by example. The T
ugllnes ��� ang should be taught and A
its unnecessaries shown. On th:.* i��os .;-
tive side the beauty and expressive- T
ness oi English Bhould be shown and T
the pu ��� ouraged to extend their .1
voi ab il' -���   '���' -de reading of goi I  ���>
literature.    Every school should malt*-' ���*-*���
an  .���:'. irt to create  a   love and revei
enc-  for the mother  tongue.    Pupils 14.
should ieave the schools with pride In
their   power to    3e   EnglhTh   forclblj
and express!. Iy.   They    should    feel
that there is as much disgrace in us-jj.
lng   slovenly  or   dirty  language     as
there is in wearing soiled linen or being negligent as to personal appearance.
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Every
order   placed   with
us    means    a   satisfied
tomer.
i! Alex. Speck's Sporting Goods
���j.! J***| =
Guna atnl ammunition, footballs,
umbrellas, typewriters, fishing tackle
etc. ami all kinds of light automatic
machinery  repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
Cl Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel.'
cus-
OUR (WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
I Jackson & Morrison J
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
LET ENQUIRY CONTINUE.
We would suggest that the enquiry
info the small wages paid by some of
the departmenl stores in Vancouver,
operated by pillars in the church.
should !"��� further pros cut..! by the
philanthropic ladies of the T irminal
City, into the manner of life some of
th, poor creatures are force.], because
of the miserable pittance they have
lel'i for Bupport when the store dress
demanded is paid for, Little do tli"
bargain hunters know that when they
gel an article for half its real value
thai il is often from the sweat shop,
and thai it often carries wi:h it the
j rice of honor, or of blood. Ask the
poor mortal, acting as saleswoman,
ia she shows you the war..- at ber
counter, what her salary is. hen help
her to better her condition by refusing i 1 be a party with he.-     ni loyev
... :':,n in ;  to earth.
TIMBER  OUTLOOK   CR'.Sio.
1 .- '    ,*e held 1 bat our timi   .
should bi  ,...-���> e.| for the I   nefi   ���
1.. ��� 1. ho      "" ..��� - sp, ciallj  : . B
��� olui      .   ami    he   "1 ni 1 n
menl '   enter   the        ��� ..1
���- than th of specula
- . . . m tl       ari     in    power
������ ��� ���   ��� .  'Toronto   Glob, '
ays:
"Prof.' Feruo .   . |  .  .
frankn ��� ���        ed in
... :.. .
The 1. .ie  ,,-ho, having
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���" Id e   an ������. -  ,���     .' .m-
���   .i'ii its   lze,' be says, 'or with
��� .  of the Cnlte 1 SI ites, It Is
: ither pooi. if :     tim ���- .   yo     mi an
���:��������� - thai are thicl   md ina; In-
, or othen
ed for us- In the ars.' li-- ...  -.- ou to
'Undoubt  lly Canad       a
land  counti;, ;       ,. ..,,-
.   covers perhaps  n in  lift,
��� * ci nt, of her ut    if
commercial^   -. ......                  growth
s consld, 1     , with   or
of lng 1   :. 1  saw-
locati :! qui a-
acct- . - 1    .
:-
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ed States
on of    coi
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ofl tb      ..
I .
e irnest effort t
SLANG.
The schools ought to star', a crusa le
for the    proper use    of    the  mother
tongue.   Slang is so prevalent thai
almost   replaces  good  English.    It   is
heard on the street, in  the shop, on
the stage, in the school and occasion-,
ally in -lie church.   Many persons use
slang so habitually that thej   do not|
even   know   thej   are  using  ;     Children hear it so much that   they -.-row :
up   believing  it  to  be  good   English, j
Many   popular writers use  It  freely in,
their book.-, and thus help to crystal-
ize and fix it.
The English language with Its multiplicity of words and its wealth of
synonyms can be used to express
every shade of thought ani feeling
with perfect clearness and great force.
There is no excuse for the silly an.l
vulgar inventions that constitute the
current slang. Slang generally originates with the ignorant and lazy, those
who do not know ,-nough to appreciate
the powers of our language and are
too indolent to inform themi .
Occasionally an expression begun as
slang finally comes to be good English; but this occurs so Infrequently
that It constitutes no valid n 1
for slang.
The sehoo
Get the Habit
THIS IS THE BEST
Christmas Store 'i"1"1"1"1"1"1"1**���hh-h-h-i-*?
bi cau ��� of the quality of service
... give as well as the assortment
of holiday goods. By coming to
us for whatever you want in the
line of
Toys anil Dolls
i,._i..i:., and Books
China and Glassware
Bi-coraiion Goods and Candies
Fine Stationery
Christmas Novelties
nov a ,:. j-ou are dealing
v. ii h ind c in depi nd on our personal guarantee as to quality and
value. Those who send away for
goods, especially at this Season of
ear, run every chance of
disappointment. Anything special
that is wanted we can quickly ur.-t.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster i
"Heui_.iiiart._rc of Santa Clans"
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and j
second hand goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Near Tram Office.
Speck Block
Phone 275.
THE
Royal Ca
'.'���'      1,    ..    a
8
Enti|,sly   New
Proprietress
Management
MR3*     ARCHER
Oysi
���  QUir-K   8ERV.CE
EXCELLENT cuiSlNE
era on the ..
Oa
Breakfasl
Lunch ..
Dinner ..
,nt' ;""J 'owl m seaso;
Meal Hours:
,; to 1]
11:30  to j
CHOICE   MEATS
L
AT Till'.
... 111.
P. m.
":,;" ���" ' 30 p.m
Light   Refreshment.   and
��'"11"''-* at  all  hou,-,.
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.     En
trance Columbia and Sh
Res   f.9
I'. 0. Box  471.        Tei.  53
Estimates   Submitter!.
Central Meat Market   ..Westminster..
Iron   Work
Corner Eighth St.  and
PHONt    <
Klfth Avenue
Today's   Special
45c  dozen.
-Glass  Tumblers.
buy for cash    and sell f r I
nas a
3an_
The Malleable
Sole Agents
HARDMAN & CO.
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
STOVES.      TINWARE.       PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
Front Street    Trust Blocl*
Telephone  54. P.  O.  Box 665
Wing  Yuen  Co.
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits made to  Order.
Columbia   ?nd    Mclnness   Streets.
BOWELL &  ODDY.  Fror.n..t<ir*
C��   Hambcr
ACCOUNTANT  AMD  AUDITOR
Notary   Public
Room   10,
New   Westminster
Conveyancer
Brine   Block
JOHN   REID,   Pr3pr,etar.
Manufacturers of
Wrought    iron   Gates,   l-encej,   Cr;��|
ings,  Balcony  Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work anc
BLACKSMITHING
Office and  Works:
P. O. Box
795 Tenth Street,   ���   New Wesimlnstei
F. CRAKELafc' flair Dr��?
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocti
Ladies' Gold V.'atcnes  from |12.7S up 1
Gentlf-meu't)    Silver   Watch**"*     open
face, $6.00.
Watcnes,   dcubl-.
Gentlemen's Silver
case, $7.50 up.
Asent for the celebrated South Hend
Watches, supplied to the Welhnan
Arctic Expedition.     Ml  warranted.
Chains, Rings. Jeweirv. etc., etc.
Watch repairing; marges reasonable.
Massage and  Scalp Treatment
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth  and  Columbia
GET   YO'   '
Christmas Curtains
Di i.VE  ri' AT TH .
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and   Buick.; Stre-.-
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Pennsylvania
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BEST   QUALITY
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
'Phone   105.
- HEW ISifflS.E-l
P. O. Box   345
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH.
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We're showing Three Dollar and a Half
shoes that will surprise every man that
wears moderate priced shoes and who has
never seen our $3.50 shoes.
Me:/s fine Blucher cut boots, made of box
calf, with two double soles through to the
heel, a boot equal in many respects to a
regular *ao shoe.   Our pric.' ������.:>.f>0 a pair.
li      ;. plain  *ft
tfi
n
pair
made with
dres ;er in
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to
^^^^^^^^^    30   Styles
POST   CARD  ALBUMS
They go this ���week
One-third Off ReguJar Price
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11 l><^M..-t-l],*rs
a/
Stai ioi ers
New- Dealers
,. I wca
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ibject that ci
1 \> e
1 ilki .I a gi'i
ration, bu     ��� I
���   . i: .1 me 1
Innin i on tli" problem?    Pr,
nothing.     in .
.. hole
lie,    We 1 1        in   0
ng I
ol  Al nn'
v    ;������ ���   . -,.:-.
. .   ; ilth Wi- would
I Wl	
be go .      more'
needs fo ���        culd   bo
...... ...
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and ���"     00 urive
neigh ���               ���    '.'
-,'ii
.:,i    ��� ���   1   ;'.)-,   full knov             lhal
il.    ���  Is  no 1 '    ' ' Ity ol
1
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Men's tine Vici kid Bluchers,
neat kid top, fit for the b< '
town ; $3.50 a pair.
Men's heavy kangaroo - grain   Bluch.
made witn a hand-rivetted, double solid
sole, leather sole, and waterproof; $3.50
a pair.
i'y	
jp< v'   ,r-^*^-''��**--^"��nw_.-.,ir-*r_^^ :,5v_i- u_i_!_��-_f_a__�� nmnidxrmimm^*sri>*'i<m��s>i***
WJ       HEATING STOVES
li' j 1 . ,'.,-��� ui .1 heati
Oxfoi . Flo      - . ox;'."' l ii.'.
.. a ,  v. ekle i Immln [i      VI30 1
Du  not   forgei   to  call   in
Ranges, the range   thai    Ive 1
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ft '���*'!
'���M-
,-t hard co il or wo .,1 we have I
.,,..:     -    ippi aram ���  ind all
..:.-. nn,    ..; airtighl hea
ind   Inspecl   our Oxford   and   '������
,. null.   b itlafactlon.
T. j. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
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aiamWm%WamWm*\w**mmmmmmKmm*%m rasHcaMMnaamBM1!
I     GOiNG ^^
nil ,:.   ;     .1    ou wil
Inga In which our m ii ,; <
, eing used.    Com - >''"'���'
from now and they will be
: landing, Bolld an I Bafe as
day they were built, 1.
a building that -will  I
little attention &ttd few repairs,
1   ���:   ,,.:;���  btlUdlO     -���' ���'
are the 1 heaj       In the
-, They
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aa well ai In rlle e,*;l
BROS-, Ltd. satuRdaY'
NOV. 21,
1908.
THE   DAILY  MJVVS.
PAGE  FIVE.
flie tasli Stores I. H. SMITH The Cash Stores
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.City News!
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Goes Merrily On
Mr.
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...   ...   -..   ...'��������� A ������    . *���   ���������    ���    ������   ���������.-....,.   a
         ������   ���������   ���������   -���.
�� '" n'c,'an>'  return.-;   from the   easl   purchased
from Hi'' "li;is at ."-actlcally ���**���*. own   n .... over $15. ) worth
inable merchandise.   Thi:. 3hipmeni  wlij i {ered   t0
the publ-r a' j,iii��-s uovor b-.-t"or,* heard ol in the ives, We
waut to make this sale the most talked of , -,. ���, from Mission
t0Blain-.   if values talk our Bpecial   p 8peak   eloquence
Itself.
Dress Goods ai less than cosi oi manufacture
$1.25 and $1.50 Suitings for 50c yd.
Inches wide, guarantee ! ��� ,���, .  |n
.   .a.-,   Panamas,   Vren,    in     Roxani
I newest ,!���. ...
.    ilar $1 25 an I $1.50   .
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Sullivan left for Ottawa yes-
'" .i  visit.
the over off a box of "B.
and try one.   lt will make
*��
__ H*  ''  Miller,   ocal manager  of  tlie
'hone , ompany, has return-
i"'1 -�� -he citj after an extended visit
��� ���'' ������'���   Eastern provinces.
I,;";'":'    i".  Royal City Mixture. **
A boj named WUllam Fortune was
������*'":    ' lollce court   magistrate
to the reformatory at Point Grey for
two years, He had been found guilty
of theft, Offlc ��� McMurphy took the
boy over.
:.:,.
dart:
Some
iver  100
.   50c
C   I*   iii'. ina   cigars of
the  ' Brlllante,'
'.. 0 Cigar factory
Clearing out crockeryware at cost;
Kyle's, Front Btreet. **
An effort is on foot to drill the junior R. T. of T.'s under J, C. Cornish,!
the drill.., being held on Wednesdays,
but  up  to  the present  only  34   boys
have turned up, and before the nexl'
drill  night at least  another    16    are
wanted.   All boys between 12 and 15:
years of age are asked to atten I.
Cut flowers and bulbs of all kinds. \[
Tidy. *���*��� <
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S1.00 Louisienne Silks for 49c
'I I"- tun* rai of the late James Hut-
....   place   p " '���! 'ly  on
Mon; ndei   the auspices    of    the
,ui,l    lh,     Bartenders'
h .:.   .      . onnected.
The   result of  the   bowling in    th i
intercity league last evening does not
promise  very  good  for   Westminster.
owing to the very large total rolled by
Vancouver.    The local figures    were:
exclnslve  Latham,   396;   Welch,     198;     Carver.
made  by   the 386:   Murchle, 117;;;   ami   Emery,  516;
����� total, 2169.    Vancouver    rolled    2776,
South .   average being 209.
Prices Cut in Two!
Ends of Rolls in Inlaid Linoleum
$1.50 line for, per square yard  75c
$1.25   "   "    "       "       "     60c
$1.00   "   "     "       "       "      50c
Tjj. '   < MUST BE CLEARED OUT.
LEE'S
Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,  NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
>���*.
.'
ur,  and all n    .     tade
���    er        ;      ...
ea -owns an i eveniu _.
, O
'���' a  11:   ���
i      ii;.            .   ., ,.
per
     49c
'i'i. i besl    ...;> gel tal
CUt      t'.o".' . -
greenhouse.   Tel.  B208,
bul .-   in .
Davies'
**
Stupendous Bargains In tiie Staples Dept.
- md yard* ol' su;:,               ,,   .           |,;,,,,
yard   	
"
...29c
lnchi    -.'���   le, three-quai ter                   ,   inteed ail  pure
60c regular. !,,.,���                      ?Us ,���,(| gatln .-;
ed,   Pric,     er yard 29c
2000 yds. Striped Flannelette for 6c yd.
iin bunti rs.  this
mg,  soft  fin   .
..-:- yard.    On sale
I mnels,  renrlar 1 I,
lay.    This
. ��� ;,���
s ;i  line of
Worth   10c
.      .6c
 6c
Arrangements Eor the funeral of the
late Thomas   Allen   haw-    noi    been
mail,', though tin- Interment will  pro-
.   ) ,- taki   place on Mondaj.      The
-. ��� .. |.-t   b ai. f. -oi ge  Allen,  wii.  arrive
Q  ���   ���',!.  .'*'��� | ..a  as so m   is  pii   'ble,
AU dealers ban.lie "B. C.' and "Old
Sport"    cigars.      The    old    reliabh
**
._��� .iiids.
\ Japani - ��� named 11.on... .. was fined  $T.r,e  and   costs  for  s illlng
ettes  to boys under    16   ������   the    city
��� '
0'.
i
Women's Cashmere Hose ni half price
Reg. 40c values for 25c pair
mulie,,   c   Ur!
,' a.* i aat the
iiis  ui:.-'
es   rdaj
.
hm;>ir,.
'n.    Kyh
cream  sodas,  25
F ont
defi in'-'
;;,
,nt=   per
**
I   . .,:"    plain Beamle
; ;>r hail  original cost; all sizes.   Wi
. .   ery,    ought   by
..,.,   ��� '-'..'in .,!, Bale at.
    25c
Children's nandkeic; i^fs ior Ic each
tam      lordei
���   each;
Millinery Notice,   Special
i ..
in a tew days
��� the regu i
;
now going
 1c
c va
nt wi
Sap
GUI . I
-���
.3.75 Walking Skirts ior $1.50
.   md i'���������"ii
i      rfectly (
; . 7.".  ate! < i.
let*
���    ;; to
for.    . $1.50
li'
I,
I. M. Smith's
Great Trade Sale
The  following   players   wl I    re ,re-
....   ..   - i.   :���!_..--   oo
i;--    gol '���   ' i-,!I!I>t
afti rnoo     Goal, it
Ki   ��� mdin
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IS       Tii.    _Y,      .....
42 tion
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Ington,   presi ������ ni
retary.
Re.   Dr. Bro. ���*���
iv  mornin
si  chu cl
, .   i   hal   len mina-
I .  .. ..,..- -a; as
., i isitor from '      Onta    h onventlon .
��� ., ji,,. convention ui Western Canada,
, hich  is  holding  forth   in   Vancouver.
���������     ���������        ���������    ���������_-���._   ���������   :��������; : ,
���*-*�� ������o*o^o*0'ji*(^o*o*o*o*o  *o*~+j*o+o*>oo+o+o*o+o+c+o
For    sale���Seven    roomed     hourse,.
bath   room,   pantries,   closets,   woodshed;     horse   stall,   carriage   house;!
fruit trees; on  full  lot.    For further
particulars apply to owner, _'J2 Eighth j
street. I ���*�� j
Owing to a ..,'.i.'ii hour.-'' delay in th i
arrival al Vancouver of tii- boat, from
Seal yesterday evening, the performance of "On Parole," which was
to   have  been  glv, n    at    tae    Opera
..   ���    was    cu,. elli i.      Notification
that the company would not arrive on;
time  was    only    received    after    six!
o'clock
Special  iervices will be held tomor-1
row   al  SI   Paul's Reformed Episcopal;
churc       ��� commemorate    the    silver1
j.il.il        ; thi   foundation of that con- j
gn ������        .   in  the  city.      On     Monday;
ilex-  there will be a -octal gathering
at the residence of Mrs. William John-
;������-. .stre,.;. In continuation of
the i ���  ���   ration.
A   gi  al  concerl    - to lie  given  in
the  West Kud  Methodist  church    on
l', - i... evening bj the Sixth avenue
(Vancouver)   Methodisl   church  choir.
under i i rshlp ol William Hicks,
who will b   assl    ��� '  bj  W. H. Watson
i   Mrs   r   A   Gree    [soi rano);
tflsa   ��� hi ��_   . op an 0     Mrs.    George .
. ��� ....;������  .   ,);  Mis   i:   i ber (el-
mist)     I. Stevei i and
\ B. C.   E   railway
as b iri   -     - -    ring  the
n   Van-
1  with tl ol
f council wl ' '   ;-
ii ring . . the t       in I th,   pu -
on of a direct',;     * I i lld such be
ij   ni outside firm. The    work
locally means the expenditure of
about $700 in the city in wages, and
���  terday strong resolutions on    the
ct   were  passed  by  the  Trades
and  Labor council  and  the Typogra-
. union, which will be forwarded
to the council, as well as one from the
Co! imbian Printing company, whence
th    Srst protest originated.
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMcrjcmy & Anderson
Phone 192       Pacific Meat Market       Columbia St.
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| Second hand  HEATERS at a]
! .   Snap. |
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Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
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��� One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
8
HOUSE of QUALITY
Mayor Kearj proposes to Initiate a
campaign tor raising subscriptions for
the Simon Eraser monument  recently
unveiled.   Onlj about $60 has   een re-j
ceived, and som.  of the societies wao
promised   tsslstance  have    not    for-   HAZELMERE   MILL CASE
warded  the money,    A  further   sub* BEFORE COUNTY COURT.
pcr'ptii a  ii is b  -;i ri ceived  from A
Falk. ;' aring of the evidence in th.
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We specialize this i irt of our
' usine -: an 1 - i rantee sat-
; -:.,. tlon to or;    i torn mrs,
Canned  Goods
We have just received another carload of the famous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods���
Fruit nnd Vegetables. Be sure
to try these good- Vfore buying
others.
Public Supply Stores GE0prAo^ws
west minster,  B. C.       Phone 92. T
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AND
owns
SEE OUR WINDOW FOR
THE LATEST
J.EUGENE BROWN fe? CO.
CLOTHIERS a,J HABERDASHERS
o i2-biaded Safety
ll    Razor   -   $1.00
on brought by Albert    Bamford    o!
Imere ag .ins;  the Heaps Timber
in)  tor damag, -   oi   al i ged Into his property and an Injunction
-train the continuance of same,
completed bi I ire Judge Grant In
, ounty courl    yesti rday.      J.  E.
appeared tor the   plain   H    and
i: ii. \v. J, Bows, r tor th ��� d I n I in
pany,    The claim arose oui ol
oui on the Campl ell river, Su
blch the plalntifi ,. ci ���.- d i   '.
le  loss, and for  ,*. bleb    the   mill
, ompany is alleged lo be r< ;, m
His honor Intimated that   ...   ������   ���
>���    able to visit  the Bite on Tuesdaj
next, and arrangements were made '���'
meel the train at Hazelmere.   The decision win be handed down as b
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Wes n totter
Transfer Co.
wmce 'Phone 18&.     Darn 'Pnone 137
Columbia Street-
Gillette Safety
Razor  -   $5*00
SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
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ATTRACTION   BY   RULEj*
MV MAIL INSURANCE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY, AS MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FIND 'HAT INSUR
ANCE CAN  BE PLACED WITHOUT TROUBLE 3Y   MAIL.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY ATTENTION, WHETHER IT IS AN ENQUIRY FOR
RATES OR AN ORDER TO PLACE INSURANCE. IF YOU
CANNOT CALL. WRITE V. HAT YOU WANT. AND I WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY RATES ARE THE LOWEST, AND THE OFFICES I REPRESENT   ARE   ALL   OF   RELIABLE   CANADIAN   COMPANIES.
Baggage   dellverou   promptly
any part or the clty.
to
Chicago,   Nov.   'JO.���Ability   to   i
well, 75 per cent; physical beauty, 201 j
per cent;   dress, "!>  per  cent.    This  i*<
the score by which modern young women should be Judged  regarding her
qualifications tor marriage, acconlm  .
��� to lhe views or Rabbi  Felix  A.  Levy,
of Emmanuel Temple.
"The woman who can cook well in-  J
variably makes tbe best wife."    says  *
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FAIR"
1    DRUG    STORE
Columbia  Street
and
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE-TRAM DEPOT.
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
HEADQUARTERS for SPECTACLES
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
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paid nowadays to beauty, a pretty f.i<v	
Is a Wg ass.t  to a  woman, but  it  Is J*
as 75 Is to 20 when compared to her
ability to set a first-class menl on the
table."
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Our entire stock of high grade Clothing, Gents' Furnishings,
Boots and Shoes
MUST   BE  SOLD,   Regardless  of  Cost  or Value!
Every article in the store must be disposed of.
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Men's Suits and
Overcoats
Reg. $15 and $16.50
Forced Price $7.50
Men's Wool
Sweaters
Reg. $1.50 and $2
Forced Price  75c
Men's Fine
Patent Shoes
Colt, Goodyear welt. Reg.
$6.50.   Forced Price.. $3.75
Men's strong
Working Shirts
Regular $1.00 and $1.2;'
Forced price	
65c
150 pair Men's
Heavy Tweed Pants
Reg. $1.75
Forced Price  95c
150 pair All-wool
Blankets
Reg. $4.50
Forced Price $2.25
Look for the Blue Sign.        Store open evenings.
estminster Clothing  Co.
P. O. Box  205
Telephone  J64
DAVE GROSSMAN, Prop.
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AGAINS TUBERCULi
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IN NORTHERN B. C.
Provincial Regulation Prevented Red .Men" From Securing Winter Food Supply
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.... on    ucc inling      i  in
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th,   ��� asl     :;:,.;,..       v\     h is a sup-
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Ing  ���       ..',     th,     co ii       from
men,    who
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in -.', e from    that
Tl thai  *      Inda Ins  in
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lng [or foo ' or (01  woi...
', hi , ii* counti
wolve.-i  In   primarily  r,
.   for th.   condition ".  thi  natives.
\.  in .ii.-.   -.    foi .   animals in ,.  . aci.
hav. ���       "    ' it',1.-.
Thi wolvei have kill, d of! th, game,
so thai there la lUerallj noi u . '.in In
the distrlcl to be taken. When the
tlr ' _ i,,"'. ��� . ame I riree wi ek, a o th.
wer withoui anj kind of f 1 and the
uiiti,,,,;_ wa*- i.',,i. li Is believed thai
the Dominion governmenl will be
called upon to send provisions Into the
district or to have purchases made
from  the trading posl .
Usually the In,Hans kill beaver and
dry the flesh for their winter food,
but this summer, nol only hav,' the
beaver been scat,', bui the Provincial kov. rmiii'iit has had iu force a
regulaUon against the killing oi
beaver and the Indians have been <'in
off from this Bupply of food.
New    _ >        . .      \, ..���-..   i
announce menl . ���     ....
! Tow ii- . ins
;   ���       .   -  . :i. ; tainnn til   tM   "'
d ai    lu    Plaza Hotel    n   Februarv
11-1:'.  ,,'   �� I nils  will
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��� - .    ii        -���' .is of the
". ill    '.���  ;
i the nion .. added to a fin
��� id ��� I, nrj   Phi
,. in charj
lti  ������  if v      known physicians
Ueo   ���   Hiiiiid.  who  lasi   year
iv,   i  private theatrical pel foi mance
Plaza, will appi ai ai the coming j
linment, it  is said.   Two
. a.- aci  plays and six  tableaux un   to
nted.
THE NORTHERN CROWN
BANK
HEAD  OFFICE
WINNIPEG
Authorized Capital
Paid-Up Capital  ...
.$6,000,000
.$2.200,C00
Evciy accomtv,oda_tioii consistent with prudent banking will be
cheerfully extended to responsible business men. We offer a
sound, consurvative service to tho^e who desire satisfactory bank-
in-* privileges,
J. E. ALLEN, Local Manager, New Westminster, B. C.
Snaps in Sappertoi
$10 DOWN, BALANCE ON EASY TERMS]
Will   .-.-.ii" you a lol In thl   beautiful
,     NOW IS THE TIME.    SAPPERTON IS  PROGRESS!
Many industries are on the tapis und    hi   ni
lm...',  in-., the industrial end of New  .. ���  tmlr.ster,
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5 TsxMBEam-tEsngpxauxt,
P   SUBSTITUTE*
TO   BE   PROHIBITED
London, Nov, 20.���An announcemeit
Interesting to American hopgrowerB,
whose product ig In greai demand in
this  country,   was   made   by   Premier
..K-iuith  yesterdaj   aftern.    to   the
,'ifi'i'i ihat tbe bill would shortly be
Introduced In the house of commons
prohibiting the use of b"i> sub tltiites
lo the manufacturing of beer,
Moros Growing Threatening.
M niila.   Nov.  20.    Several    hi ndred
war-like  VI��� ioa  '.,-���'.���     gaiheieil    near
Malabang.    \ colun     i    Rve i
j, s of Infantn   with a co iple ol
ha.  be, n si ut  out   to   us ���   a  i     m
nuisance.     II ed thai    b ier    a
parlej   ih.- Moroi   �� II dl pei ������ ; ���
Th,        iu   -  of  the  expedition
hav,   nol  vet been 	
WHEN  GOING EAST
*\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
l..Kht Tra>'ns Every U3v in thr Yei
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD
Embodies the newest and best idea?
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in th��
world. The equipment consists ol
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleeper.*, luxurious dininp
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and   Mrioking cars.
For Time  'rubies,  Folders, or any
nrthfr information call on or write
F. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Scuttle, VV_e-**
SM tt
Hotel Buiier Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion  Street
SEATTLE
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RATES:
Room   $1   per  day   up,
Room   and   hoard   $2.50  per  clay  up.
Room   with   bath   $2-50 per   day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
Ml mu side rooms, with hoi and cold
water   iteani heat, long distance telephone. 'Bin   in,',ms all trains and boats
CARLETON  GILBERT,   Mgr.
TENDERS
Sealed tenders addressed to the
undersigned, and endorsed "Tenders
for Public Building, Vernon, u. c\,"
will be received at this office until
4:30 p.m. on Friday, Novimhii 20,
1908, for tbe construction of a public
building at Vernon.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and forms of tendi i obtained at this
Department, and on application to the
Postmaster at Vernon.
Persons tendering an notified that
tenders will noi be con .Idi red unless
made on the printed form supplied,
and Blgned with tli" i actual signatures,
Each  tender musl
i,y an acci pted cheque nn a chart, re i
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, <'qual to ten per conl.  (10 per
cent.) of the amount of the tender,
which will be forfeited If the person
tendering decline to enter Into a ton-
tract when culled upon to do so, or
If he Call to complete the work contracted for. If the tender be not. accepted the cheque will be ret urned.
The. Department does not bind Itself
to accept, the lowest or any tender,
By order,
NAP. TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa,
Oct. 20, 1908.
Newspapers will nol be paid for ihis
advertisement   if tbey  Insert   It   with-
mpanled'oul authority from tho Department,
\IV PROPERTY is Bituated on Eighth avenue, thi onlj avei
is opened up through from the city to the limits. The situation
view ami for convenience ia unexcelled in any pari of ihi dis
Price to Home Builders, $225
$10.00 down, balance to suit purchaser,    Call and Bee n���- or write
polntment,
GEO. E. TARGET
Corner  Eighth  Avenue  and   Richmond Street,   Sapperton.     Only two   t '���������*
From Car Line.
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
Nov.   20.    Willard   Mack.
Nov. 23.���In Wyoming,
Nov. 21, - The New  Dominion.
Dec. 2.-The  Lion and the Mouse,.
Dec.   3.���Little  Johnny   Jones,
Dec.   ..--The  Devil.
Dec. 9.���Arizona,
Dec. 10.���The Texas Co,
Dee." 10.���Why niris Leave Homr*.
Dec
Doc.
Dec.
Dec.
Dec
an.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan.
Jan
Jan,
'.'i
Jan. 1
G
11
15.
25
-50  Mile:* From  B-   '���'*
-Babes   In  Toy lat)''
���Sandy  Bottom.
���The  Grout Divide.
���Florence   Roberts,
si pinnkard,
Her   First   Falsi    ���;'' '
-Shore  Acres.
Cripple Crei k,
Theodore f_orch,
p. n Aantonio,
��e m,     K^WM  ferhaPs ^e Most
m   Important Ite
01    till
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I'll
m
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ii"'      .:, i      ,
pound
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ani easily a Cake can be iced witb
GREAT  FOREST  F
RAGE
ADAMS & DEANS
phone 97 GROCERS Columbia St.
Cowan s
Calie Icing
A3co!a*e, Pink, White, Lemon, Orange.
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut   Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
1 ^^csnsaaaeEE^ga
KANSAS   &
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'���I SERVICES
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any  church   notice  ir in
Indicates ihat no cop'   ',
a I,'   the  pasto     -   . -    ���
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Sunday   No .6.-*-ier   22.
Is ifi check
,   the
I FRESH TODAY: I
5
8
[jwney's (Chocolates
|n 14 pound  to  2  pound Boxes 8
LOT 7,  Block 36
'���"��� ("in.ri>E Royal avenue and Eleventh -areet. Splen-
,,r factory site; B. C. Eli       i   an I C. P. R.
hi past this pioporty.    Price $3000.    Reasonable
THIS IS A SACRIFICE,
QUEEN'S AVENl '.  . DIST���
. , Rev w  H   Barraclough, B.A., pastor.
.SUGGESTS M'BRiDE AS Regular services at ii a.m   md 1 p.m.
WHITNEY'S a-'.EUTENANT   Sunday  school   an,    B ,-.,.,    at
  2:30 p.m.  Morn i tgalnsi    a
Kingston, Ont., Nov. 20.���Discussing  Thousand;" .v.i,,, _��� Out the
il.-   passibilitj ol Mr. R. L. Borden re   Anchors."
tiring from tli.    .... ol  "a.   Con
sen a:  .     part:    th ���   Standard j
:   strongly,   m the  event ot
sueh   a   withdrawal. Si
Whitnej  as lead      ��       Premier Mc-,
; ,,;' British Colum
OLIVET    BAPTIST���Rev.    M     L.
Rugg, D.D., pastor.    Services 11 a.m.
and 7  p.  rn. Sund;.,'   school at 2:1
m.      Mid-week    prayei   meeting  on
���rj^r
See Our Window
_ Dominion Trust Co.
RYALL'S
Wanted -:- Lost ���:- found
I for Sale ���:��� To Rent -:- Etc.
DRUG
STORE
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 T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.  8
New Westminster,  B. C. ���
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��� \V*e are now prepared to show you thi   largest X;i.a> .' Stock j
��� ever es ilblted in the city. We have no., the very article you have ���
�� decldi d un tor that Xmas present. I:' yo io n il wish to purchase lm- ��
0 mei late     we  wlll  put any article toon,    (de for you. J
��� Rememl  that by making your ch, inge ���
��� of gi ods  * i  select  from. *��
:W. C, CHAMBERLIN *-*"�����'���"-"" j
��� S le  igent ior the Longines and Ha .  Watch Movements ���
Wednesday   a;   *   ,  cloi        . hi  ',      will
be the use i    pr     ' Int
etnhei he Wes
Ba lonvention   no***     in    -,-
n  Vancouver,    In  tl ��� .ar.    the
Re.    Dr    Brown ml i
.
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torla, wi ;.   knov -   a -
��� i   iii   reform      ���  ���
preach,
HOLY TRINITY    fte\    **.   -
Holy Con    u i. ���      ���   i       Mai
Ins 11, to   ��� follov id b;  a c io al c< ���
on.    Ev, .   ���       at 7 p m.
���om   li      ST. ANDREW'S PRESBYTERIAN���
treet towards i Re,    j,   s.   Henderson,     pastor.    Ser-
vices 11   a.m. and    7    p.m.    Sabbath
Veil
WANTED
hand   Ini       or and i--
lust   bi - ���
and       .i ca        ���    ��� y  to
Sevi      Bu
WANTED
01
WANTED.���!
I from to twei es on
I ,i.   for town K
M.  C, Clo-    dale  P
school and Hi' le cl is -   i.m   Mor
ning  "Salvation";    vening "A   Model
Conversion."
FOUND   Ch
this office.
���      *
LOST���Boom
port to .1. w
Davis & Sou, City.
\YEST END METHODIST���Rev. F.
A. Magee, pastor.   Si it 11 a.m.
and T p.m.   Class m< it 10 a.m.
~  Sunday school at 2:31       . .   E iworth
������;��� -Wjjjj- v*H4v��^^--H^-Wvr'rv-H +*W-H-I-H~H*'
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B. C, Mills, Timber and |
lading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mtinuratturcr* and Oeaiert Dl  All Kind* ol
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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lock.    Ad.ii
I        .,   Monday   a',    8       m .    prayer
ting  Wednesdaj   at   S  p.m.  Mor-
C blister uia_.    Christ, the  M ��� - *������-
mi*.
\   Story Of' Toi4.
It's Just About a
C
to
FARMERS ATTENTION! I I
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.        j;
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Advantages of a Bank Account
s ��� ���
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��� pers, bj mU *   ���ftei   *!"'  hav J
pay bj cheq i tncelled checks an %
a \    ,n be pro ��� _!���
���   ata are, then fo                        '""'��� ���*���"'"
How about looking at one of
OL R
Smoking Jackets
OR A
Lounge Robe?
We have the goods you want.
Just  the   thing   for   a nice
present.
All sizes. All prices.
1ST    Portion, I    .-mslst-
; of h     I and ti
return to Dally  N   ���
KNOX  PRESBYTER] W  CHI R< H
-Rev,  E   G    _'h.impson.  M.
A., pastor.    Public worship, morning,
n a.m.;   evening,   7    p.m.   Sal-bath
PO   RENT   Seven iool   and   Bible    cl -   0    ,*.m.
hou-. i Pra ���        eeting  V   dm -iu-   evening
ton ���  ��� ������ ��� V   P. s  c   r   v ndaj
. ' nui   ind E ��� p.m
UANTEI*    Work   *,.���    ��� ~.     A~        :'     IWVL'S III    ORM1   I EPISCO-
dress Mrs   M. Bi idbi       P. O   Citj    ' s Ser*
  11 a.m and i p.m    1 olj Coro-
���' tuunion  fll -'  Sand ,\   in i a
ter ne ���
on Thursda   _ at 7:30 ]     tn.   fi
ces.
OFFICE GIRL  v. \N il'.
Ity,
ro   RENT   Furnished    roi ms    from
$1.50 per wi ek  up.    - ited,
h ami modern eon*.' ali i .
WEST  PRESBYTER] w ��� :ii RCH
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia  Street
ply th,   Vendome, or to Mrs    \roh-      Rev.  T. Wardlaw   r,ayl       M V. Ph.
D   mini *���       Si   . ��� i m. and
T p. in.    Sundaj  Bchool    \ 2:30 i��n\.
(No subjects received.)
, r, Royal Cafe I toi mei :> i
ALL kinds ot Bklus tanned and
dressed. D. Cameron, 124 Twelfth
Btreet, P. 0, Box 732.
TO RENT rfulte furnished rooms,
suitable tor light housekeeping, Apply to Alex. Speck.
WANTED Pupils for violin and mandolin; lees; moderate. Address
Box 487, City.
again    - a or woi in who o ,fr4..|..H��M..M-*--fr^M^^^M^���^'^'^^M'''1'^^^'H^^^���1���^M'*^'>��M''l��frM,-lH-'-*fr
I       0  with ch ���   �� ! '���I ~ ������ !
iD ',', by opening  ,
���   The
\ D. V. LEWTHWAITE
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CABINET MAKER.
Rc part of the northwest portion of
,      ��� Veai.- With J. A. Lee lot 5, suburban block 8, lu the   City
��� ),,,; lust  op ned   and    solicits    your of  New  Westminster, B.  C
-a* New Westni,r.c*; *r, ����� ^- or-iocn. tj, ....
^O^OKQ^i^^n*  ���')������. _��^0��0��0��0��aX)*()��0��0��0��0��K)     -,,;..,.-     Mission furniture a Whereas proof of tne loss of certi-
 r cialty; office and .-store furniture; all flca^e of title number B849A, i^;|i"i
kinds of furniture repairs. , a the names ol Sarah .lane Bingham,
ifr-ll^      f^t-mi1      !VEr^nl'r,tf>^i nmCl��W��fa__Mililp. M��* Montrose, Sarah   Tlerney,   hw
\ &U\.     Ul       IVBU-IBtl ***z>f^Mm        D# v# LEWTHWAITE    je"n Iil'''1 In this office.
Notice is hereby given that I Bhall,
COLLINQWOOD      MBTH0DI8T -
Services at ll a.m ami 7 30 p.m., Sunday school at M n 'i. Elpworth liea^ue
rm ibi lay 8 p.m. Dundonald, school
house; Service m 'i p.m. and Bunday
Bchool at ���'. p.m, Rev W. Ewart Jones,
(pastor)
i No subjects received.1
BURNABY MISSION���Pastor, H
W. W. Bromwlch, Bast Burnaby. Services as follows: East Burnaby, Sunda. school at two o'clock; preaching
servlci al :'> p.m ; young people's BGr*
Ic, ������ 7:30 p.m, Thursday, p ���
service at B p.m. Wat Burnaby,
,;,,,, i ,-.  tj. hool at md pn tching
,n r  ' ���
i No Bub   cts "  elved.)
a \i,\ VI i IN   UtM i    Ca  tain C   H.
..    c.    0.      3e i ii  .*    wil]      e
-racks
.    '    owg    7 ., ,., . knee
diill; 10 a.m.. Sua In     ���;' i      11 a.m.,
hullni -*-'.   '��� p.m.        -     ���    ' !'��� m.,
s, ��� ��� a renlng   subj h i
 ial H i*- ���  Place."
SAPPERTON Mi. I HODIST       Re.
::. M npsoi 3ervl. es al
11   .  00   and ','  ,��� iool ai
 '...,,..��������� ���   ruesdaj
JT"        I 1    1
apanese hmployment Agency ��� ,.,,, services
wi; d;   ta     I!   -    J.   H.   Whi "
ti.   ,�� .    ��� ���        -i    he ur.rami; and
,-..     a'. ,i Slppi        '  D., In the   ve-
WANTED Nursinn, or dally work by
Kngllsh woman     Apply Box 937.
TO LET���Furnished bedroom. Apply
439 Dickenson street, the Crescent
WANTEDOood plain sewing neatly
done Apply Mrs, ,i. Simpson, Ash
stn-t. P  '>   Box 937,
FOR RENT   Furnished  housekeeping
looms;   clo.-e  in;     beautiful     view;
fun,It ��� sale.    Enquli e room 7
Bun
V l. 9 TMI N8T ES ft EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY���Under new management
866 Colum ds street, Phone '���������''��� (l"
I.ox Si 7 Can supply you with .ill
kin I romptly,    free   ot
charge Hrnneh ofTirc. 107 Cordovs
street west, Pnon*. a J7R0, Vancouver, it C
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
*>
BSTABLI8HBD 1817.
CAPITAL  ....  114/400,000.0��
RVt..' .'.'.   '    .   .'.        111,000.000.00
hoi��fOankda*'and Newfoundland, snd  la  London,  Englan
,N A   '���    ".  Chicago and  Spokane, D.8.A., and Mexico Cit)      ��
er;i' Banking  Bu_ilnesa Trausactid. , |ft
eri ��' Credit Issued, available witl. correspondents in a" *�����"-'
"* tank   Department       Deposits     S1    ll  ��ul  - i>! �����       "     '
""'���''���"���"st allowed at  \ pei Cfnl   v<*<   tu.num  lorw^m ���>������"'
Tot,, '��Ur tlrr'" * *"*'
����et�� ���VHr ii6g.ooo.noo.no. M��,
N^V  WRgTMINSTER KRANCH '1   R. BHYMNBR    ��"-
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop; 2U Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
,!      P.  O.  Box  304.        Hoube  Phone  B 29.
W. IN. Draper
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard block. New Westminster, E C
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof,
a a daily newspaper published in the
City of New WestmlflSted, Issue a
duplicate of the said certificate, unless In the meantime'valid objection
���* made to me in writing.
C. S   KKITH,
District Registrar of Titles
Land  R��gj try Office, New Westmln-
���"���"������. 11. C, Oct. 2Gth, iftOA.
f/ale   and  Female   He.p   Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEE^EY    STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
"hone   431- P. O. Bo*   R85
J. HENLEY
Manutacturur of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aer-atad Wate"**?.
Famllv trada * specialty.
���el.  118 Offico   Eiflht ttr:*t
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   R.   C.
ning.
FREE METHODIS r CH VPEL -
Eighth str. et, : etv en Th. d and
Fourth avenues Cla m lng a< i!|
a.m.; preaching al I: a.m. an i 7 p.m.;
Sunday school at 2:80 tun. _ Re. T,
If.   Marsh, acting  pastor.
Czar  Will   Walk   Streets.
St. Petersburg, Nov ifl.���The tun-
, ami of Grand Duke   Alexis, who died
in I'arls November 14, will be attend-
, ed by Emperor Nicholas In person.
; Hla Majesty will follow the casket on
Aoot. through tbe street: of the city.
J This will hc the Cost time the emperor
ha., been seen on the streets of St.
i Petcrsburi; since 1004.
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Creamery
BUTTER
In fourteen Ib   boxes, $4.65 pet-
box.
This buttei is I 'esh and ! '-;
class.
Hungarian Flour
$1.65 per sack
Buy      your      provisions      at
Welsh's, and save money.
C.A.WCLSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
New Westminster Gas Company
Notice to Consumers
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All gas used will be charged for at
the following rates:
Gas used  for lighting  $2.50
Gas used for heating aud cooking $2.00
Gas used for power $1.50
Cash discounts will be allowed off
above prices on all bills paid at th.-
office Of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or before the 10th of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th, 1008.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.
Prices right.
Quality first class.
LIFE U. 6E
PROLONGED FOREVER
������Bobhi
Charles   Brodie   Patterson   Tells   Doc
tors  That   Cultivation of   Spirit
Will   Insure  Longevity.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
New i'ork, Nov. 20.���Man ought ;���.
live :,.' .i I the proper '���spirit lit',
Is cultivated, according to Charles
Brodie Patterson, who has made a
special si '.ly of longevity. This rather startling statement he made ai
the Waldorf-Astoria last night durfnj
a meeting of the Medico-Legal Society
.*\uthenticated cases of extreme lopg
life wer pointed out to support hi--
theory, and Patterson added that with
proper care even the longest spans of
life as now measured might be increased twenty to thirty years, or
even indefinitely.
Another speaker said he knew of a
| man in England who lived to the ripe
old age of 130 years, and that those
who wished might do the same.
Alcoholic stimulants, declared another speaker, cut short many a life
that would otherwise be long.
288.000,000  DRINKS
BURN   IN  KENTUCKY.
P.  O.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf ths best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
E'tard Block, New Westminster.
Phone 379.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter  Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
i
Special   attention  paid  to       Banquets.
Private   Suppers   and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Centrally  I,.eated.
J. New some & Sons
j       Painters and  Decorators
. Estimates on All'Work Given
i 399 Sixth Avenue
LoulsvUlefl  Ky., Nov.  20.���Distillery
fires have destroyed millions of dol-
Lars' worth of property in Kentucky
within a few weeks, the loss of 15,000
barrels in the Tom Moor,- fire at
Bardstown last night bringing the total number that have fed the flames
recently up to 72,000.
In detail this means that the visible
 ��.supply  of whiskey has  decreased 3,-
! 600,000 gallons,    or,    more   definitely
  [sp.-aliing.   :\\ l.o'.io   drinks.     At    an
average   if $25 a barrel the loss to th,.
Box 249. distiller is $1,800,000.
REPUBLICANS  ACKNOWLEDGE
CAMPAIGN   FUND   OF  $1,500,000
New Vork, Nov. 2i>.���.A campaign
fund of $1,500,000 contributed to the
Republican national committee in the
recant campaign, will be shown when
the list of contributors is filed at Albany next Monday, according to The
New Vork Evening Post. It was said
thai there are 15,000 names on the ust.
This dues not include the :,um spent
by the Republican congressional campaign committee.
WINNIPEG  THEATRE
WALLS   COLLAPSE.'
Winnipeg, Kov. 20���At S o'clock last ;
evening the new Grand theatre at the
comer of Jarvis and Main streets
coliapsed, covering the sidewalk with ���
lebris. The building was receiving
th,- imisliing touches, and had beeu
built at a cost of $30,000.
Fortunately  no on,     was    injured,
though Beveral peopli   passing <>n thei
sidewalk   had   narrow   escape.--.     The'
theatre   was   built   by  a   company  pro-
mute,! by W. .1. Gilliuan of New York.!
New Westminster
*   �����  ���   .   *>   m   *> .-���  * .;������
���*���*��*��**�� .��� .���^^���*tt*$*#*#*i'.*tt*Bi
FORTY MINERS ARE
REPORTED   KILLED
* Electric Railway Service ���
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and war
stations w;li run every half-
fcour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
(Last t*ar lv. Vancouver IV .0.)
City Line: Cars leave tram t
office on the hour, tweaty min- ���
utes after and forty minutes af- .
ter, commencing at G:20  a. m. 2
Hillings, Mont., Nov. 20.' A dispatch from Red Lodge, .Mom., says au
explosion of firedamp occured In the
Easl sid.- mine 'In-* morning, killing
a number ,,r miners. Thr..1 bodies
have been recovered, and owing to the
confusion ii is not known at this
time bow many have been lost,     The
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave .;.     first   reporl   was   thai   forty  men  had
         --._.-.. a. .. . __,
at ten  minutes after the  hour, t   i been   Imprisoned
or    killed.
This  Is
Cars leave the depot every
twenty mtautes for both Sap-
perton and olty '.imits over tbe
citj lice.
half past and fifty minutes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 m
a.  m.
not   vet   verified.
Sunday Service   htur-nourly  ba* 5
tween 8.30 a.m   and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *
''���*::-���.::���'"-���::-���.
CARD   OF  THANK?.
Mr. and Mrs VV. It. Qllley desire ot
��� ���xpri-ss their .-iiicie thank to the
many friends who were sn kind to
them in tleii  iecenl  iad hi reavement,'
IBB
Calendars
Xmas Postals
Xmas Cards
STOCK
COMPLETE
AT
MOREY'S.
217219 Columbia Street
mmaxsm
Choosing An Executor
In making your will THE CHOICE OF
AN EXECUTOR should engage your
thought at least as much as the division
of your estate.   Advise with
THE
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co, Ltd.
W%m Office: NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.        Write for partimldrs.
r. J. MART. Managing Director
OUR
Great
M**c_n__ab,
GLOVE OFFER
Regular $2.75 and
$3.00 values
PER PAIR *
16 button long Suede Glove-. Reynier
make, which i.s a sufflcieni guarantee
of their being the best quality, An
extra large stock compels us to sacrifice this special lot. Hlack and
Grey, all sizes.   On sale, per p'r, $1-75
NOTE CAREFULLY
the SPECIALS
in
the
Ready-to-Wear Section
Various regular and odd   lines of special interest al present .   now   m dema_nd i vi
At 35c :
At $1.25:
One lot consist ini; of Ladies' Heavy
Fleece-lined Undervests and Drawers,
white and grey; all sizes; children's
Viilon Undervests and Drawers, grey
only; Plush SHpwaists; Infants' All-
wool Hands, infants' All-wool white
Und, rvests.
At 75c:
Thr. e dozen only Ladies' Dark
Colored Flannelette Blouses in neat
attractive patterns;  all  sizes
One  li    of  Ladii .'    D        i
Flanneli tte Wrappers, ..
oi  attrai I i e styli ;    onlj
. .  iber ; ��� mains,
(in-      ���   Boys'   md Girl
Yw-o:        seys  ..    Sweaters.
kind *        'ki  because thi >
fortable an ' nice appearing e
being  madi   in  fine and    1 oi
/,-S
At $1.00:
At $1.95:
Five dozen lot of Ladies' Soft
Fleecy Flannelette Nij;ht Gowns;
warm and comfortable; well made
neatly trimmed with embroidery or
llfeadlng; regular value $1.25. Our
Bpecial reduced price, now  $1.00
i . . ��� ���. onlj   i..' ������    ',
. ts, >. ,n to $2.75;     i   ���  e
ranges ol i olors h -.- ra<   ���
special   reduction   will   i
.- quickly; colors ar, n.r. -.
... k and cream;   trimme l   ���
ting (olors .-a collar an '      '-
Exquisite
Evening Wenr
MUSLINS
Known on the American Bidi
as "Sole Perlee." They have
siKh a close res.nil,lance to
silk that we might s.dl them as
that. The finish Is equal to that
of a soft silk and the fabric is
extremely sheer, with delicate
Bhad'ng in the lifelike (lower .
which are stamped on plain
ground, We show them only
'in dress lengths of 15 yards
(one di ess of a pattern) per
yard 50c and 65c
Plain Soie Perlee
The same fabric as in the
fancy styles; shown only in
cr, .nn. pink and sky; any
length,   per  yard 40c
Cream Japanese
Pongee
Sheer, soft, pure silk Pongee,
which makes up Into serviceable
handsome evening* dresses and
waists; washes well and wears
well;  L'T inches wide, per yd 65c
Bordered
Kimona Cloths
ISxceptlonally attractive American Flannel,-He known as
superfine flannel owing to the
finish. This material comes In
neat patterns; is 36 inches wide
and has u ���'! 1-2 inch Paisley
pattern border on one s'de only, whicli proves a dainty
trimminfi for front collars and
cuffs of garment; colors are
sky, navy, brown and cardinal.
Per yard    25c.
A Superior
Quality of
Feather Bed
PILLOWS
$1 to $3.50
Each
Head this maker's _uarante* :
"We guarantee ihat the filling
contained In this pillow Is absolutely all feathers, thoroughly cured and cleaned and purified and free from odor or adulteration "
This is the first tl  wi   have
eVer bad pillows with a guarantee li! ������ this and after careful
Investigation are decide i thai
no other make would do IIS. You
will be satisfied With them B8
we Were,
Vnd then again, they are
lower in price than previous
brands, They hav,- nicer coverings and belter sizes and full
weight,  running irom  2  1-2 lo
'! l-_ lbs. each. Ask to see
��� 1k in.     Each   . . .   $100  to  $3.50
A SPECIAL
Cashmere Hose
FOR LADIES
3 pair for $1.00
One   sp. cial     lot     of     Ladles'
Black    Embroidered    Cashmere
Hose, and Plain Tan or Hlack
In a v,ry pood grade of Cashmere. Sizes 8 1-2 to 10 lnchn*s.
Specially bought and Specially
priced 3 pair for $1.00
Pleated
Delaines     J^C
per yarc
12   neh All-Wi ol !' ���
laines In navy, brown
sky, cream and i la< ;    5
for Ladl. s' and Children
etc.    Plain  goo Is of'sai;
may be had for waist*
ft
CHILDREN'S
SCHOOL
UMBRELLAS
7Se each
U bat i.s the use of i-i'- ::
. hi 1<1 ren a    good   umbrella   ��� '
ilzi .   expi nsive    ii '���
roi   school  use, when    you
Inn  a special small si/    Bllltab
!<,i boys or girls, Thej are mad
just   rlghl     size,    with
h in .;���     fancy or   plain    woo
,t.      ns,  covered    with
taffeta    Al]   on,-   price
7   .
A PURE SILK
Crochet Thread
OC per spool
Specially reduced from '"'
per spool to ,'������ per . pool In "
dei to clear out som. 50 or '
dozen. You might as well ��-'
this pure silk In place of -i,:
lne when you have the <>l'll":
tunit.v to buy at the same Pril'*
Spools are the same slse,  AH
shades.     While  they  last ��� ���
 5c  per   spee'
W. S. Collister & Co.
!
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