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 ACcidcnt
INSURANCE
WHITE.
SHILES & CO.
260 Co!i"*-bia
Phone 85
^" Q li      ASSURANCE
OV 18 ^08 WHITE, SHILES & CO.
-~~~      H^ynVESTMINSTER, B. C
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,  Tl ESDA? MOR:
NOVEMBER l ���    I
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
m Of IDiCAi MEN
RTiiERN VALLEYS
TRW STILL
UNGEIS IN CIT.
Lecturer  Describes   Condi-j
"(!,..- pi .vailing in (Jntill-
ed portions of Province.
Prosecution    for
closes Dcmin.
1__11 o,,
Hing    Drug    Dis-
��� ana Civic Rega-
U   Variance.
TMENT Of	
:S Mt. by cm cour
INQUEST ON MOTORMEN      y $
KESUMtS IHIS KUHNINIi
SUES FOR HUGE SUM
Witnesses  Heard  Yes':e**day���
Conductors Would Pace Respon-
ity  on   iswitollman.
Principle of Promotion  Is   Followed  in  Selection   of  New
Heal tnisi lonai,
!  districts    of    the
I iox anil Telkwa val
|. ..   \. number of peo
olutely  without  th,
.. Mjniforts, was ; ll
v   M.  Thorn]
When   thi
renewal   fe,
i   .. for th,   tnanul
���.; lum In .ii
in account li
then  in   vt
mons  wii i
al, a, In this coun
Th,     III   wa
July 20, and   thr,
tali
nc:]   received   a ,
Hip  Sinn   Lung
c and -ale   of
'������   .lid  not   ..-*���    I
ion   which  was
Ui is,    ni   ( on,-
;., ihe  ti rmina-
Official-Valuable Testimony of   Purity of   City
Water���Typhoid   Outbreak   Not Due   to
Authorities' Neglect.
American Sugar Refining
Company .Accused of Extended Frauds -Denial.
All    il
""""���'���v """"l tlon of ti o;.iuminthlscoun-|cou-
��� nt, d    to   on   11 Ing i
ont u    tftei  thai
u   Methodi.il    church,   In    a jlne 8ale   '���''   ���" >eca    .1
. - .,,     the   com   n   I   '��� ' ���     ! ' ' Oc    :������  ii,,   balance ���
. ��� |.;i;     q i    ���      I      licens,   fee  should  ha .,    , en  re*
-    ,p, rton     Method!      ' Irn' '      -     '"    *'* ������*   vi    auyiorities
,      ,, .,,���.      ;,...,,,;..     chUll I     !'"'i'' -Xjr.|.!l*t   e .|P IM"' I .���s,s
, ,.::.-      Mr,    Thomps a   '  ;il      :'   *-*-�����   -'' >i>>"
, . nl  through an ai lu-|fl "':"  ���'  e "��� ,iv"' and the
Cjueanel to the X" ��� "Hil      : '   nav'   ' '  '  '���    !l"     l:'-"
acrosg   lhe   dlv!  ,    , ,   number ef cast -  the police have had
wil ,,..,  j,, .    to deal        i  - tu ���-    that    time    from
��������� i,
.
N     I.   McQuarrie.
com il       .- r,   n i
���tii.      .-i     i
ani,
d
:    or K
;.. ���   n.- : i  ,-   ol   the  ;- "���'
.i : i   lasi   ��� ��������� ning,   there
nui F < omniunica-
couni      ii     not  m ���;  foi
���   , ..I     - isini *s
Int a i irer, vice |
������ ���            water;  for domestic    pUi -
:... i    a.i- exceptionally good. With
reg I to ths       -    he found it pure
in ..   . .'���.
led     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the tatal  collision on the inter- ���	
ine on  S.itur.;,. .    Nov.  7. as a ,.    , , .     .,.,       ,.    .   ,
New Vork, Nov.    16.    i he    l al e t
w ik li    Mo ormen     Ralph
1    .      ',,.nl Murdoch MoDomld loS|.)Staws   governmenl   has   brought     six
lives,    waa   commenced    befor��lsuits against th,   American Sugar Re-
:���-:   Jen's   jvsterdaj   afternoon  in   fining company  to  recover forfeitures
icouvor, a numuer of witnesses be-'and  customs receipts    amounting    to
���** .... 1,121  on sugar di liver, d bj    the
nu j  r  and   Eld, r   i sfineri. -     In
Training Quarters Wanted.
.   ' - .   :.    As all th,   . vidence could
no e  ��� ..   yesl  rday,   the   hi tring
'���������..     ,; Ijo ll a-   I   until   Iiii*   11101 III.,
ncluded   among   the   witnesses  ex-! Brooklyn during  the  past, six    .ours.
The parks committee will report on  amined we:
-. -i .   ...
: li...
Conduc  i     Mm _ i ��� ...'I    i he    go ...... nl    al eg,.-    fri ud    in
Miller, Motormen George j weighing shipments
-:��� Arthur, Traffic Supei Intendeni W
!���_. Dunlop and Victor Herring, wno
was a ... enger on the Westminster
Ime of the accident, i- ,om
the evidence adduced, ii  appears that
the
jan   application    of    ths   Westminster
'ted ass. nsmenl   ,.-,   . |b .,,    .-^      g .,, .,..,   ......
Hot   .' as   chinerj   h ill  ol   the  exhibition   - i Id
; leputj    ll.   lJ    tags     for    training     purposes.    Ali.
,     ir!)     a ,vaa |-Johnston   said  he  had  attended   with
���i;.,ioi:ri .1   I   look  inn.,^	
 I     the use ��� * Moodv nark by tho athl,   i    thi   conductors and motormen of
''    *' *      ' 'lo ition'   and the committee had  Central   Park   and   Westminster   cars
Ap- ���  advised that   they  had  a  clear
 H    . ,.i l, it being alleged that Switchman
seven application*    for improvements on  Flats. I u'   Kl!:'4    30 instructed    them.    Ellis
^H .... ���, , presenl  ai  ihe hearing,    ut was
ost  ,,)   nt'.   treas irer,   the   can-      a  widelv  signed   petition    was    re-
, , ,. , .   ini-   ��� xatnin--1.  In- being due  i<> i "lu1-'
didates   beini   Cha let .'���   )-���  .son and  ceived from manufactures in the wesl a
up for examination this morning.
w. K. Burns is appearing tor   the
 ,'.���,,,.. w Hazel-1Chinatown. -  ' Iderman, presided jmade satisfactory arrangements
* " .|1(.  i^js,,i,i\   the  end       ���>vmv   ,!'''   '���'"'    !; '���-   arisen   of     the Selection of Treasurer. : prov, I.
Returning, the    ini**-  ���"���'" l!''"   *���'"'*'��� charged  with   selling      Tllere  were
through   Fort  George,  opium to a whit,  man, and on making ,. ,   ^ Qf dty  treasurer   the  can.,    A ...;,,,,.. slgne1 p..tl,.on    wag    ,...
���   Bulkeley    valley    and Investigations   th*      police   findI     he ^       nt Charles J   Uobson and!ceived from manufactures in the wesl
i      o the Skeena    river,  bought it from VVong Si  who objects  egent gtaff. lend and Chinatown for improvement,
 , boat for Vancouver  to be mi  - ject of a criminal '     ' ���  -^tham   oi   tb,   preaent staff,       ^ ^
 ,    2600. miles    in    his|charge, Involving a  penalty  of three| Walter J. Walker, provisionally if .\Ir.|fip(. hp(nip a  ^ MMfk    hetwefi
The first of the
suits .vis for $l.���'������ii,"im and was filed
n . the courts on Oct, HJ, and the
otl is were filed Oi t, 28. The filing
of the action wa .. i from public
knowledge until after the election, but
was made known here today. Tho
American Sugar Refining company
has file I a denial ol the charges.
,. in arlj
ji.oii.   mil".*     in     ���>"���    **  ��        ���  ...
I800 of which    were years, or %,"''" as a maximum and a   Latham was no: chosen: C. L. Thorn-
,        , .        _.-.. --._.,��_ U       aalian    I    I.....        ...... l'U..,.lj... 1     l_��. S,,/..,,, . , &       AT-J..,-
fied  being  a  wide  sidewalk    between
crown.    The B. C.  E.  R.  conipany is
EIGHT MEN ARE KILLED
IN SOUTHERN RACE RIOT
i Van-
the   Roval
^^m    ,    , iiiinininiii of .".". while he was acting . ber and   Charles  Lansdown, oi  van-                                                   . ,,
r,ver-.,',l on horseback. '                                         "                   _   ��� -   ,                       , TT  ._ .   (Street, the   improvement   of   Jemmeli
. ,, .1,    .,���,.,    ng the agent of the compan * enjoying couver;  D. H. Macgowan an<l 11. Pol- .
...  u, interesting  talk on  the agrl-  as mi   aseu.                    i     .      j ���    ��                                                                     street, and  a good  sidewalk between
'" '-*11 ���*******���          "    -       from  tin   counc     for  which    ard,   o    th,    Cunning!)  ni     Hardware
tl     n'UC     ni'fuuin ih,i.uc-.ii
Ci.v  hotel    and     JemmeU : :lIso represented by legal talent.
^^_ , .Kwong   OnWo's    store    and    Tenth  AMBULANCE   FUND   BEGUN
they have paid a heav-.  fee. |company.    The first ballot   was dec!
thi
the prosecution to complete their
aspects  of    the    northern | a licens
'i     Thompson   pointed   out
. settlement  was bound to follow
up of thi se lands, aa tht*
ipoll was   fertile  and   easily  cleared,
etth'i' could  start   i  n  a  small j ��� ���
B   tew  years time have  a' r-iini
farm,    During lis  trip, 1SUIGIDE OF CHINAMAN
li.nl   eollect.-d   a   variety I
products, induW      TAKES PLACE IN SHACK
wheal   ,aii<l   oats, the  latter
often Bix feet In height ' 	
was  also made to the large| Lone  Celestial   Cuts  His  Throat  with
coal   lands   held   by  the  <",.   N.
Ill,   when  opened  tip,   af-
nl   to  bun.Ire,Is  Ol   ue-n
Tae  case   was  called yesterdaj'    111  slve, fhe voting being I_:.tham 4. Rob-r H  ��� _______________________________���___���
; street.    This  communication  was  re-
ii- i I
city police court, and set back for j son *_, and Walker 1.   Mr. Latham was
i
feir. d   to the board  of  works   to  re-     N
TO AIO HOSPITAL WORK
Razor���Locked  Door  Has to  Be
Forced  by   Friends.
declar, d elected
Street Numbering.
Mi. Henderson, representing lU'u-
derson Bros., the directory publishers,.
waited on the council will reference
to tha numbering oi ihe streets, and
ihe baking ol a census with regard
to the urban mail delivery. As on his
previous visit he advocated the Phlla-j
lei] bia   or Decimal, system,    He   in* |
-p,ii',',|  when i,  -.vii.ilil lie be-,t to take
I     i   tisus
port.
Thc Bond Issue.
.Malins. Coulthard & Co., Ltd., wrote
with reference to the Columbia street!
improvements,   supporting   the   Bewer
jand   cement   sidewalks,   imt   opposing]
Local  Council   of   Women   Appeals   'or
Subscriptions to Present Ambul-
arce to  Royal Columbian.
th.-  cost of  the   block
paid I y the owners.
JEMS' APPLICATION
IS NOT YET COMPLETE
M<
atlon ol   W, G, M< 'l ������' ' ���'
court al   Vancouver  toi
,n th.  ,...-,  ,it James  lti
, :    bi   umr Ier ol  Mrs.
rrison. was commi need ye *
a ,   justices Cl< ment. Mor-
h ,-ing    Tbe arguments oc ,
day, and   will   ,<��� continued
. H;     Robert   Cassidy,   ���- >
thi  crown In oppo, Ing the
Mi.    McQuarrie    men-
:  li   uas the Bret  time   I"'
bad ...  - an .1  befon   the  full    court.
Tl sltlons   wer,   put  In   ol   '**
nir, adj  taki n, and the case
...  ... i  in   length.    The  Judges
��� ���    ���   . nun committal in   their at*
|i
\   ('.nn,iin iu   named   Ah   Saj.   aged
    committed   ui< terday
Ing In bis shack at tli.  coi ai i ol
and   Mi Inn   j streel      II,
., razor io commit the deed and
ii .   ��� ash, I .",- 11 Ij  in a hoirlbh
II ' a. >������ ,   bis throat,
W .,:.     ..ii .en. in. n
broke In  i h,   door, the man bad
i oi io hours, and was Ij Ing in a
pool . i    I. ..,1    i ini.  las' wi ek he ha i
; * ii   fined  at  the citj   police  com t
��� im drunk, nnesB, and ai thai time a, I
ed strangely In his manner.   He has
a brother in the city
paving    bein,^^^^^
A   meeting  <u  ihe local council    of
They asked to be informed of the ���vomen *�����*- ""ll1 yesterday at tne
price obtained for the citv bonds. I'*);"''1 *" "'"**' ���""'"��� MU*S Davla Pre"
-specially  as  they wei,*  reported    tol"JJ,n��-    From the P���**** of the tea-
have been sold above par. t'lider tlleSi
Okmulgee, Okla., .Nov. 16.���Eight
men. including the sheriff of Okmulgee county, were killed here yester-
ift.y afternoon and a dozen or more of
others  Were  injured   in   a  battle   be-
i tween whites and negroes.
The trouule was precipitated by the
[attempt of the sheriff to >arrest. two
negroes.    The negroes resisted arrest.
ian,]  in  the melee thu.t  followed    the
I sheriff was killed. The white citizens
i hen attempted to secure the negro��s
a.rnl a battle ensued. More than 200
shots were fired.
emu: -at   :' -    rei "f    ' xbib'.tlon    thi
circumstances the council should    be
A discussion on the subject follow-     |ea8ed t0 publlsh lt to the worid.
��� i   and   th,   a.i*   in - thought   .h r��      .,.���,. j,,,,    A      r���ferred to th,  board   P"al, aad   *<J0O  to  the
were more people h, . e   n ��inter than
in mi r.    Mi.  i I. ;il... on thought  th<
. tb.      es     -.     .       th    t�� as   -
an I  would    ak,   tae n   *:   Intel   -.   In
.;.   Th,      ifl  he had In April wben he
��-is before ile   c iun dl pi   i iously was
noi  i.i,-\    a alia I,     Th< re    v ��� r     a
ail.  req liri i.  and    th,
mattei   w as 1,11   to   a i ommlttee,    to
meet .-li. HenJerson a: an   art;  da
Old   Fire Apparatus.
John  Powi rs, ,,f  Penticton, Okana*
ol works, and special sewerage com
mlttee. A special committee consisting of the mayor and Aid. Jardine was
appointed on the motion of th, latter
to make all tl'.,. arrangements necessary with reference lo the Bale of ,!.���-
: ��� inures.
Street Improvements.
a   number of applications  tor  the
removal of piled  lo^*.- from th,   sides
<>i  streets drew  the  remark for  Aid.
��n valle.   chairman of the fire com-  Garrett    thai    the    property   owne.��
mlttee of that town, thanked the Bre ought  to have access to   their    pro-
in- perty. The chairman said they ought
formation and asked to purchase the to understand the city was not respon-
old ,���,. ben al sap,,..ton. as he undei- slble. The log*, were slacked by con*
stood thai new gongs Were being   In-1 tractors when these roads wore open-
sum of *-���'��� wav voted to the ambulance
fund   for  the   Royal  Columbian   Hos-
      .'iieial   ;-,,ii'i.
The Council will at once Issue in ap
peal for subscriptions towards the
provision ol an ambulance for the lio*
pital. The IllnesM ol Miss Malcolm.
une ol the mi mbers, was rep,,ned, ami
i'i was a: range.I u, visit ber ill the
hospital, sh.- is suffering from typhoid.
The lecture of E. U. McMillan of the
High school staff, tn the council on
"Chemistry" will be given this month,
and it was left to a committee to make
the necessary arrangements with him.
COUNTY COURT  CHAMBERS.
coroner   Plttendrlgh   was   satisfied | department  of  Westminster  foi
that the case was one Of suicide, ani
no Inquest   was necessary.   The body
will  be burled  today by   his    fellow
oinitiMiieii at ihe Chinese cenn'ory.     , SIl3neu.    "   ���*������"         - ^H     ^^H    ^H ..      ,.  ,.,.
  that sman town. -upervteloaat that time that the work
Italian Colony for  B. C. Ul,   Johnston moved thai  the lettei   was passed.
A cokJnj  of Italians is    the    latest18houW ,���. ,.,���.,-r.,l to the Br,  commit-      A   petition  of  the  propertj  owners
8tft,led     ���  w  |���   very suitable tor|od in 1889*90, aud il was due to tenlt) ,
to ,���. ��� cousin of the king of Italy, is] gatlea   This was do.
scheme tor British Columbia, and
somewhere on the western prairies
,h,   Marquis De Longbi de Paston, said   thil
Locusts  Threaten   Fruit  Crop.      ^^^^^^ ^^^^^
So,   16    Ta.  mill crop In  hurrying towards Vancouver to make
i  Is threatened wUhjWs h��adquartPrB in tha. city and   to
', ,lete plans    tor    establishing    -
,     ,    0f his fellow subjecl - in   the
conflm - ol  this province.
tae   with power to act, and said thej   on Richmond  Btreet, north of Eighth
tho'uld eiicourag, these small towns In  avenue, asked tor thai   part ot Rich -
'   "   pvond  street  to be  put  in    a    proper
ondltlon.   Q. E. Target asked t ir the
fforis to conduct  volunteer i"1
power for Organs.
ction  by   locusts.    Th.-  Inhabl-
,   ,   .,IM|   are working night
th, niseives of the i"'*;'
Young Liberals Will
Organize on Thursday
th.
tnlstntlon    of
II    .,'   ol  this
���:  will  bi    ield oil   I '!l !
t elglu  o'i lock 1" Hard
Mi K.i a.-. ���     street,  which
���i 11;    pirn i ,1   lbe   iti**,-'1   ������
nu :: bj   A. Harduiun.
 ui ���,    ii bei   n ���' ���
theii     Inti ntion    "'
; ,    with the voi.ni
. i.,i o| 'ii ��� cu. '   ni<
nil   business nn n,   hi
..'- ;      |    tO   U     ll I     Ol    i.il""
Ihi    ni'  the ill jects of th<
tion,     rin
. 11 iv, lng
:,.    :        From
...     cd ..i ;"
...   thi   varl ��� i
- ive to i"   ati  ii led
,     overythllifj Is In sinopth nu
! hi       :."    ; ���'   ' ''   ** '"
I     . :i ; :   tin      Ul "   ' r  rl   '
,���..,,���  of  Liberalism In  ihis city, and
\    jblldr ck wrote -t itlu
the   ,      .     officers ot   Holj   Trinttj
cathedral In i-'uded Installing a  watei
...     ked tor .!��.  coi   ol  run
, I,   in, ii   i-'.el ..  Uraj    md    John
,  -  i ch uch ���
,,,,,    111 I,    ..      -    un   th<
Instructed    lo   ���''' " "   ""'"  "T I'"
,,~i ;,, , bur, Ins In Van
Mi. Shil Irlck   wn
h     coi aci.   The
.,. lettei   .'.a*  referred to
 ':. - i" reporl
Pura  Water and Milk.
i,��� i, .,; officer of   health,    l)t
���
.a
i
hol I
oi ;������ ;  �� uii  reference to the
,, itbr, ill    thai    thi r -    ���'���' ri
fronl of Ioi T A. subdh i.^ion Ioi., I,
on Eighth avenue, to be cleared from
Eighth si reel to Sherbrool ������ a i --; In
i he lirst case a deputation v ���>    ,:   ""
he i oiincil. and    after    hi ari ig   'he
inumbei . ii  wa    ri fei red to i h,
...  woi ki   io a, i.    M r. Tai get u
ean I and hi   ap   Icntlon rei      tl   "
he  Lh
Ben   Pan   ., iki !   for n  sid   ��� 'IK in |
.   ..
er wp    ���     ���   ��� ���,'       .ii
irlct,    David  ii. Seater also u
1 hi   Improi eiueni of a Bid. ��u
i:,,:u  Merrleiale Bt ee   to
on Cunningham  n re, i     i I
will  go  In l In    boui .1  of  Will i.
1 'ill. ami  uiih   ri gui d   to  th,
act.
i '��� cil   Lambert  wrot,
l. sidewalk     in   Sap ie i":
Sherbrooke  street,  to be don
ilie board of woi Its men wen
������
i for
.���ni
illl'ec
near
,-hih
in the
and this was also
I-
ihe
win be selected more because of their ,���,,.,   CUses from las. n  n    twjjj
am gythan ���   " .    "T'VLTZ
.,     .       ,,:   speech   which    hej   maj ,    ,  w ,  ������   .,   red.     I  maj   say,
llustl ri    not   Bplele, .   will        I.   ���thai  there are many^othe.
 B  ���    cted    ."    nuld     the ,:,   .    ,���   lypl I  receiving   Ireatn
destinies of tii Ki -Hon. ���   ""   I ��� H I   I    |   	
.,��� ,     ,, . .,   ,,,,  numbi    ol   " "' tlon lies outside the city llimts   ���w	
' '   ' A'  ',.-���.    -vln-   I;-' would   reconimend  thai   the old  Brs ard ot works was ������! "i ng I.
"""l"  '���"""',: :".        , ...i    rd ,:.,    .ewe,  should betaken up, and  ., report,
*""   >H   ��l��ninei] |Si(1 .���,..,., tatructed om   shouH.be| M,sCeiian*. ���s.
paid  |550 on  account   for  work    ou
ihe now fire hall.
Th,- following accounts were passed:
Bridge.
British Columbia Mfg. Co,. ..$
Water.
Anders,,n   &    l.iisby     $
Dominion \\',x>,i Pipe Co. ...
W.    \Y.,i*ou    	
S. .1   Davison   	
Qillej   Bros	
James  Marshall   	
Royal i'iiv Transfer Co	
i T.  .1.  Trapp  ,t   Co	
| Brackman-Ker  Milling Co
Small & ltiiekianii Lumbei Co
Tin,mas   Ovens   	
Johnston's Shoe Housi . Ltd...
Cunningham Haidwaie Co
S   11   Thompson  	
Board of  Works.
Oilh     i iro     	
Se l      ki     M.iebill.     WO   '.
. ���,.      i'unningham & Son
Welsh   	
T,   i        i.     &  Co.	
I.   I  11]   	
Kirk   	
.-   . '.nulla-.:: till  ,"   Sua
Vndeison A l.usby 	
.    Brown   	
S,   I,   Davison   	
Royal *'li \  Transfer Co,
(Conl I ii bed  on   Pal i
County court chambers yesterday
before His 11, n,,r Judge Howay:
Hansford vs. Kerr: To fix day of
trial. Nov. lit; fixed. H. 1.. Kdmonds
for defendant.
Northern Crown ank va Ven-
ables For Judgment Adjourned till
N'ov. 23. W. G. McQuarrie tor plaintiff.
ln i, H It. Mclnnes. Order tor pro-
I ate,   W. My< rs Gray for ,-xecutors.
Browse vs. Moody: December 2
fixed for trial. J. R. Oram for plaintiff:   Mi.  McQuarrie for defendant
Blair  vs.   Hemphill:     Nov.  2i tixei
for da)  tO i   ry issue.    .1.  H. Kennedy
for plaintiff;  A.  Donaghj  tor defend-
, ant.
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Huge   Fertilizer  Amalgamation.
New York, Nov. 15.���It is reported
that the biggest deal in the history of
the fertiliser trade is being arranged,
and i: is expected thai an official an-
lioiinc. nn in will be made shortly by
the anking hou es which are working
out the details. The m w company,
which   will  ne  capitalized   at   $7j.o00,-
000, will take i,\..r the fertiliser bual-
less et the Viiinm: aa I Swift packing compan i a    The _rmour company
1, i    two   large   plan:--    al     !:  '   ' ion',
-. hi)     i    Swift wi rkt, ar,   lm ati J af
ngton, D,   , ami  Ulanta   Oa.   li
' is undei :  i hat r     soon   as    the
iti        corn       ..       . ���     Inde-
i     i'   fertllizi r manufacturers t:ie>
��������� '   negoiii tions   with thu
'   i ���   .i    elthei  'o Pu\     , -i
outrighi  .      ,   in    hi m to join    the
mutuallj    satis*
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', nev   com Inal l< n on
368 7.",   ,
fa, ton  tei ms,
16. 15
:_,000.000  Bushels.
l-'iui   William,  Nov,  16,   Thre.   mil*
| Hon  hiisiieis of wheal   wen     shipped
oui or here during the last torty-elght
I, mn
.lis: rial	
liiiar.l.
Another petition sought ihe opening
of  Elmer street, Sapperton. and   the
I   lllel*^^^
appointed
niembershl'i ] j0|u n * thi       n ""'
n me-   In i"1   ie. '-.'ii*. n -������ ng   commliii't*
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invlng   -  ,, |ni ii ,,. Dr, Doln rty. had ms
hnalysls of the citj   wuti r, and miik
, msei   where there *��������� ���
t,; hold cases, al the laboratorj ol the
nu. and wilh    n fen nei       '    ''"'
...,ii, .    i ,      aid tin- chemical an
Indicated  that   it   was nn   mi olluteil,
in
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a live years leasi ol wati i lol
and 80, on which n   ul Hi i now
and      The  police    committi e
uithorlzi j  I,,  purchase ��� Ighl
i -   the patn Imen al  th,
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NEW   CITY TREASURER.
	
it !'. Latham the new city treasurer, came w> st with the family f9
from Ontario In 1888, and ;s :'.l years of age. Alter leaving the local *-jj��
high school he entered the treasurer' department In September, 1893 B
aa.i oxcepl for a shun Interval ha* been contlnuon Ij employed        -     S
I'.,-.    He a-.,   through the different tlepartm nts under Ihe ' oo
'. .. and mi! regimes, until when |n  1897 m     McQua ���       icceeded to
. is ii rei h  i,  Mr,  Latham ,.., i to him, and Is natur.
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The REICHENBACH CO., Ltd.
Have Made Arrangements to Handle
I I Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co., of Edmonton, Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
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
The Reichenbach Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
CHINESE RULERS WERE
PROBABLY POISONED
Emperor and Empress Quietly Removed by Clique of
Plotters in High Quarters.
Tokyo, Nov. 16���It was learned here
todaj* from a high official source that
the  Dowager Empress of China died
suddenly  last  Saturday  morning    at
2:30 o'clock and that lbe death of the
emperor occurred after the death of
the empress.   The announcement was
made bj  an official of   the   Imperial
jovernment    who   stated    ihat     the
dowag, i- empress,  T-/-  Hsl  An,  had
died   Saturday  morning and   that   the
id elfi il Saturday ��� vening at
lock.
��� ��� ronglj   - ii " cted here    that
Chines., i ulei -  weie  minder-
...    ..    ij  siov.  poison-
ll i* i.n.iun thai the emperpi an i
. ��� ager empress  had  nol     been
for ������. ar8   ei au ���  of the pro*
tive tendencies of i lie emperor, ll
,, ,li ��� tglii  hen   thai both rulers die I
��� nil ni  an elaborate v ������    o\
niiri.-       hal   bag been    woven    w ,:i
iatienci  in the celestial court
for main years,
An Impi rial edict Issued to laj proclaimed Prlnpe Chun, the brothei ol
iho du&d  emperor,  regent    of China,
..in; Pu Vi. his son, tl mperor. The
I ,   I tie --   prei h Is unanimous In hoping for peace fu China.
San Francisco, Nov. 16���Prince Tsal
Pu, nephew of thi late Emperor
Kuan.;,* Hsu, n,-xi in Benlority lor ele-
v&tion in the imperial throne, lust his
opportunitj to rule ihi chine..,' nation
b ,11 ��� ei in" ��� li' |.n I of en -oy to
America In the commission of thanks
tot the remission of the Boxer In*
domnltj i... the United States,
whetiie, Prince Tsal waa a victim
ol circumstances or the plol of the
hi -h nemles who anticipated the ,,ni-
peror'a death and determined the sue
.mi io null themselves, his nol as
yri   I-, <-n e.tabllshed,    ll   i-j   believed
by leading Chinese here    todaj    that
Prince Tsal was the victim oi   i courl
that   surrounde I   the   dov a 3
empress and was forced to accepi thi
;��� jt thai would take him from China
at u time when the death of the emperor was daily expected.
It Is believed here by Chine e in
touch with home affairs thai Prince
Tsal was deliberately shelve.! to pi r-
mit the ascension of Pu Vi. the present three-year-old emperor. At the
time the death of the emperor was u it
expected, and I: is believed that the
empre 9 and her ministerial ritiii
planned to control the situation. The
calculations were ovei'-ihrown by the
death of the dowager empress. Pu
Vi, in the absence of Prince Tsal,
ascended the throne, but the sti ing
hand of Prince Chun, as regent, tool;
control of national affairs and 1
awakening of China is i'i -dieted.
Th,  new regent Is strongl   sup 1
ed   by the  Bow   Wong  U 01 j   and  tl -
branches,   which   form   the aiodernis
parties, and  they are exultantly predicting the  rapid  advanci   - I    China
and ��� he dismissal of ths 1      ipi min
Isters who sun-,,und the dowager.
Prince Chun Is a moa, rnis . Ig ��
acquainted  with for, i.-'n 1      lent
the empire and  promise.  to c dm
with  l he  modi  :i civiliz
til.!!
Envoj   Prlnc - Tsa    ���.-.   .   .. I h   ' 1
: a   a lor Tang Sin,, VI will soon   >
rive  here on  the  Pacifii   11 all  steam
,.hiji Mongolia, will aw al here
in San Eranclsco befor   pi u eedin ; to
Washington.
i        ....  ip  Japan
tlizing lie   am ill
it was learned from a high ofl
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Box ���-:
.-, 1 i.e.-  here  to lay   that     nth  '.1
peror and dowager empress wen
, WANTED-   Ni rsinj
English worn m
e   laily .Mirk by
Appl)- Box 937.
dered and it Is stated that the murder I TO LET-
was done to force an International 4:::, Dii
crisis
Trouble is fearsd and :It** ship*, are,
being  held  in   readim -.  .<,  leave _>,,
China  al    a   moment's    notice     The
hat tleships  are  In' pei feal    c indltion,,
anil with the cruisers ,;f the far ��� is -1
<*n  Bquadron  as    auxiliaries,    could
dominate the situation in China.
Furnishe t bedroom.   Apply
i.enson   -'re ���    1      1 !re_cen!
WANTEDC -. I
done    Applj   M1 -
stre t, P    )   Box 9
sewing    neatlj
J   Simpson, Ash
-��<.����� II iiii tttt-aniMJ-lii*^
I Wanted -:- lost -:- found |
1 For Sale ���:��� Io Kent -:- Etc.
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LOST���Boom   of shingle    bolts.    Report  to .1.  W.  Davis \- Si a, Citj.
FOUND���Sm ill 1 ift sh ngle bolt.-     n
Information applj Gille    Br ���
HOME treatment; room    3,   Co       ������
block.    Advlc   free
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i.i isT    Port!      ol mink muff  1 ��� :.
inn' of he .-i  ind tall      Find
return   to   Daily   News  off:,-
V E S T M INST K R EMPLi 11 -VU*.N 1
.-VGKN'CY���raider new management,
266 Columbia street. Phone 866, P.O
box 807. Can supply you with all |
kinds of help prompt!.*., free of
charge. Branch office. 107 Cordova
Btreet west. Phon<* A 275o, Vancouver, B. C.
���"OR RENT���Furnish , housekeeping
rooms; clo , In; beautiful view;
furniture [or Bale. Enquire room 7
Burr block
ro   RENT     Seven     .imed, furnished
lions., with one acn  of gro 11 ,
forty < hli     ns;  1 ni    $20     "     tis
avenue and  Eleventh
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Heip  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA     and     McNl_.t_.uEY    STS
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431. P. O. bo**   ***8b
WANTED
VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY    ACT,   1908.
WARNING   TO  PURCHASERS.
Every asslgnmeni of the righi ol a
South African VoluteeT i untied to a
laud grant must be by waj ���f appointment ol a substitute and uiu.-t be
ui the form provided by the Act
Special attention is called to Subsection 3 or Section 5 of the Volunteei
liounty Act, 1908, which provides thai
nu assignment of the right ol a volunteei by the appointment ol a substitute shall be accepted or recognised
hy th- De;,aliment I H lui. ::oij
which is not executed and dated after  perform   iiis   re lutlea ia at
the date of the  warrant for the land j cordauce with  the a  ovi
grant issued hy the Minister of Militia I with  parents 01  on  : n
volunteer. 1 ed by himself musi  1 -   ll-"":'
for the distrlcl ol      ���
I dence   duties   by   linns 0:1    farmia^
laud owned   solely   bi   him, n
than eighty   I SO)   1
the  vicinity  of  hi.-   b I      lln
ownership In land  ���������
equlremeni
I'll     If the  : Mli.-l   1   ::.������*   II   ���������
father i.s deceased 1 of a
nas permanent resl len ���
land  owned  solely   by  him. :
than  eighty  (80)   a, rea  in exi
the vicinity of the homestead, ur upon  a boniest,-ad  entered for by him
In the vicinity, such homesteader may
perform his own  residence duties by
living with the father (or motheri.
(tl Tno term "vicinity" In the two
preceding paragraphs la de.ined as
meaning not more tUea nine miles li
a direct line, exclusive of the width
of road a.lowances crossed In 'h*
measurement
(5)    A   homesteadei   Intending   '���'
.sth
Defence in favor of the
.1. W, GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Dominion
I.am!*,  Ottawa,
September   1908
WANTED
dress Mr
Work   by  tie
i. M. Bra : ,
0    Cl ���
Manila, Nov n;. 1, , , neraIly bi,_
"'''���"'I here thai In the evenl of a
revolution In China, ai   tli |   , :
""'  deaths  of the  dowagei   empress
;ii"1 " tnperoi of China, thi
can fleei will be order. 1 to China to
protect American Inter, its, and if
'""���I h*'. to assist ih ��� ,,-.tm,;i;i,,s of
���ne Chinese empire In restoring ord. r,
There Ik Intense Int, ��� among the
officers of the fleet al nev from
China ami the offici , g, tierallj be-
:il ���'������ lhl" 1 hey will noi ;..,-.,. Orl, ntal
wat���ra ll,l> situation In china haa
quieted d< n n.
r\* offici rs believe thai Japan will
"> '" take advantag, ol the disordered condition of the Chinese empire
and are of th ��� opinion thai in the International crisis thai Is sm-,. to f How
such an attempt, the American fli el
LOST���A leather pockel    1,,,,,,    ,,,���.
taining some mone 1 ���..
leave at this office 01    .1     \\..    ID
��� "am,ier. c-o I.   VVI     ��� |appe,
ton.
OFFICE GIRL  WANTED
Hm nr,::.  City.
Apply   P.O.
TO RENT- Furnished ooms from
|1_60 per we..-;, Up Steam hi ed,
hath and modern convenii nei Apply the Vendome or to Mrs   Arch-
er, ltoyal Cafe* 11., , ,
ALL  kinds of      ,
dressed. D, Cameron
street, P, O. nox 732
TO    RENT Suite    rurni
inned    and
121 Tv    th
Represt nta Ive to jell our higjh
grade mad 1 mi 1 ure clothing
Prices reason ib Satisfaction guar
ante, .1. Kim. tin, of ampli s, iii. ra
ture, etc., furnished free, Liberal offer lo righi man Cnl in buslnes 1,
Inclo ������ testimonial ��� vith apiilli atlon,
The Consumers'Tailoring Co., Toronto, Onl
Six months' notice in writing mll3t
be given to the Coram
minion Lai ds al Ottawa
to apply for patenl
VV   V.    CORY     .
if the Minister ������' th    ���������'���'rU'
���Unautnortzi * ,tilja *'
thla   advertisement   will   nol
for.
Deputy ,
N.   H.
���     .'I-'
���ynopsis     of    Canadian      North-We*
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section of Dominion lands in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta, excepting S and 26
not resei* y'j'f, may be homesteaded by
any person who is tbe sole head of a
family, or any male over  IS years of (   ^ ,,
age, txi the oxtent ot one-quarter sec-'1 ARE NOW  O.N  *     '       ____-
M. MOBEV3 STATIONIRV ��TOH��
COOKSLEY'S
!        .* Picture :
POSTCARDS
^^^^^^^ llshe,]    rooms
suitable for light h ,.1 ,   ,   r        .
ply to Alex. Speck.
WANTED���Pupils for vleMn
an I man.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
itages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter servire.
Foi  information apply to
I.  H.  ROGERS. Traffic  Manager, desires, perform tbe    required    re_ii-j
tlon Of 100 acres, more or less. ,,_,  __,_���_ ,^^^^^^^^^^^
Application   for   entry      must     be  J.   Q.   GAMON'S  CIGAR   OlVAN,
made   in  person   by   the   applicant  at: MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE
a Dominion Lauds Agency    or    Hub- j ��THE FAIR," Columb i Wrest
agency  for the district in which the ; ._	
hind Is situate.   Entry by proecy may, "
however, bu made at an agency on
certain conditions by the father, mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of
an Intending homesteader.
The homesteader Is rejulred to per-      High Claw Moving
form the homestead duties under one   |ratod Songs.   Program C
of the following plana- dlay   yVedueaday and Friday
(1) At least six months' residence  ______________
npon   and   cultivation of the land  in \ tr      ADVKH'l'lsi'
each year for three years. ��� IN - E vv s
(2) A Homesteader may, if hi. so (    THE     DAILY     ..-.^ggg
and
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and Begbie-
pictures   111""
hanged Won
THE      DAI
To INCREASE  Your
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e dealer who hand]
Progress Bran
Clothing
 tei     tli<   " Progress  Brand "
firmly in mind���and y ,.
I ...-   knowledge   of   where
,vhat to buy, that is a power
I   save (.lollars and bring lasting
satisfaction.
Sold and guaranteed by
& CO.,  New Westminster
MHIIVIMEM OF TREASURER
IS MADE If flTY COUNCIL
PROSPECTUS
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.  ,. _        be at tiie N row a S n ���
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100.O9
100 90
500 OfS
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HENRY'S
Imatlzed TeBted Stock.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
FOR   THK   FARM    GARDEN,
LAWN   OR   CONSERVATORY,
i   varieties; reasonable
pri es,     No   borers,   scale   ur
ition to damage Btock. No
��� i     agents to annoy ><>u.
Extra i boice lol ol trait tre,'
��� ,: Ij   tor the   fall    trade,
Pi i, !���   Pear, Plum    and
70,000 Apple, in leading
100,000   small    fruit
���. Ictly home grown and
ro] agation trom beai -
50,000  Bulbs  i ii   tall
��� boll ������   grass
Btock.    Buy    dir,   l
. _ - *.
Bee     Supplies
, Cut    Flow-
etc.
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Greenhouses   and   Seedhouses.
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
h Nursery South Vancouver,
Nurseries
MADE IN CANADA
ROYAL
YEAST
CAKES
Best Yeast
in the World
Total    $ * 65
Police.
T. Muwl,ray Electric Works. .$ 4.00
Mayers &  Preston    7.50
J, J. Mackay & Co  2.00
.1.  E.  Robins     15.20
Bell, Ingle & Co  1.00
Capt.  Pittendcigh, coroner  ������ 5.00
H. T. Kirk 50
Total % 35'.i0
Finance.
Columbian Co.. Ltd % 28.80
B. C. Telephone Co  38 05
Royal City Planing Mills .... 224.50
Hill & Gauvreau   *50.00
Albert .1. Hill    500.00
11.   Morey  &   Co	
I J. .1. .Mackay & Co	
: Mayers & Preston 	
~ O,  \.  \v. Telegraph co	
Sold aild      ���**-*. P. U. Co's Telegraph 	
Gillej   Bios	
IJSed I.  I*. Corder  ....
_ Royal Columbian hospital  ..
Everywhere g. rge r. speck	
  The  Monetarj  Times  	
E. W. GilMt Co.. Ud   \i, ;., Ul   Publishing Co.   	
ToroDto.Ont j ^    [ng,.    &   ,.,,
 ������ II. T.   Kirk   	
Lt-,                  -pv ���             Mi     Tupper, treasurer of thi
OWer   r raser  IVlVer      Benevolent   society   	
Canadian Municipal Joui nal .
'raser
Freight ana Passenger bervice per
SS. 'Favorite
8.30 ;
12.60
10 ue
i 65;
6.48
18.40
1.20
62 .00
1.00
19, ���
18,uO
:'. :���'
L50 '
���      fanying  freight  ami passengers to
*���  all  points  between   New  Westminster
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
A. W.  McLeod         45.00
Total    $1452 :���*
Fire.
John  Reid  	
Brackman-Ker Milling, t'o
T. .1. Trapp & Co	
Royal City Planing Mills .
Gilley  Bros	
S. Thompson   	
S. .1    I lav ison   	
.$ 11.25
45.70
1.55
16.25
7.50
10.00
4.7.".
10.50
15.06
.*$ L'n.
.md Westham island.
Leaves Brack man-Kei's  wiiarf daily
al 2 p.m.; additional trip on Mondays, A   Brown
..."                                   ,  leaving at ,', a.m.                                      Brunette Saw   Mill Co.  ...
K. | ,:-. ol the northwest portion ot     Return,ng ,,,lve WeBUiam Island 71 Vnderaon & ,.lliby 	
'      A"1<H'k 3' 'A'""    ",y  a.m. dally, excepi Fridays at  6 a.m.;!,,   .,.   Kirk	
.���.estminster, B.  C. additional frip on Saturdays, leaving cunnlngiium Hardwar,   Co
, W;' '        ' of ;,',��� 1,,ss of certl:  at  6:30 p.m., calling al  Steveston as           (.   ,,,,,,��������� 	
11    Dumber 8249A'  is"'"'1  inducement offers,
1    ���      im    ul Sarah Jane Bingham,
M.ii ���   vioni one, Sarah   Tlerney,   haa   _ '  '      ' ,"'.",.
Finance for Schools.
1     :lllS    Office. ����� I _a-____.��_       _a I  ..II t    111.
hereby given thu,  l shall, Westminster     ^ ian    lumbull M10
lraUon "r '*""""",;,, "'"".' Transfer Co, .
thi lirst publication hereof,    ���������*-*-���
,,,..,, ,-....,. rd	
.'.,per publi be,I in iu. ,  .      ....,
...  '     . Ro       ��� ���  -"*I*-B MUI**'  ������������
\, estminsti d,    I' sue   a in bard
tie    aid  certificate, un    t,m,e  Phone 18b.     Barn 'Phone 137 xv
_. a   i I'pln ill,    ' "	
m  mtlme   valid   '     ��� ! : ��� Columbia   Street
,i ���- 	
.    u wr ting b !������      '���   aellvi rea   promptly    to ,   ..   .,,, (.n
C, 3  Kl-'.rni. any part i I tne city,
. '      I.ie':.'.I, ill'     .  . .
Lennie  	
,,.   U    Specif    .
;      , |  I.        .
I
t
Mayer* &   Prei
(illley   Bros
McColl   Bi'"s
The Columbian Co., Ltd
7. :i"i
I. S3
I .(ill
-
Light and Heavy Hauling;
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT.
Grand Trunk Ry. s s   RAMONA
"client Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
CAPTAIN   BONSER.
Regular sailings  bet-veen
NEW WESTMINSTER and CHILLI*   Dailj   News Publishing: Co. ..
Thomas Sayer,   j,  Caley,  w
Hamilton, Toronto, u   WACK;,   ��� T.Dfiey,!Tw"ltaa8on
M J ' calling at Hftmrnonfl, Haney, Langiey,   |   ^  ^^
���^ntreal Ouebec Mission una waj ports, with pas-
n **   jp     in sengers and freight,
"Ortland, DOSlOn,      Leaves    Brackman &  Ker    wharf,
ii principal business centers ot N,w Westminster, Tuesdays, Thurs-
''    ���   I.,. ' ..... .      _a     .        _.._..      _��     O     -a       m.
Vancou . er   Engli r'
William B, adle
Work
tne prlncipa. .
0  QUEBEC and the MAUI
IME PROVINCES,
UFFALU, NEW YORK and
'HIA,  via  Niagara Falls,
-��� rabies, etc., adfli
days and  Saturday at 8 a   m.
Chllllwach   Wednesday.   Frb
Ijeaves
day and Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rati i Hnd particulars, apply
WESTERN   STEAMBOAT  CO
new ...
Pi _si i.-. ,- ami Tiekel ,.   WM1TM<''.;'''   ���'      'tar3
J   . '���...���  -���    ,',,-,.. ii!.    ' i!'  WMU
! ..  al    	
Library.
Gilley   Bros	
Royal Cltj  Transfer Co,
Anderson a*.-  I ,usby 	
1 , .     Muirhead  	
60.00
,; 00
11 7'
15.60
41.25
,. l'i
s       6.75
194.00
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E. J, FADER.  L.mttrman.  President and  Managing  Direct.
J, REICHENBACH. Whole-a f Meat M        ant, Vict  President.
.    E,  -LlAN. Bank Manager. Secretary-T -easurer.
H.  P.  NAYLOR, Vice-Pres dent  Berg Machinery  Mrti-aifactur.ng Co.
W. J. WHITESIDE,  Solicit!
E*-\-\ERS��� NORTHERN   CROWN    EANK.
Tne  Solicitors cf the  Compan)   _-e Whiteside &.  Edmonds, New.  Westmirster,  B. C.
. -   . ..- oi       ...      ��� come :, Directoi oi ������ ation, *    .-   :
���   a the Boa
It is proposi ssu, - i        instalment plan. !>0 per cen        ...       pei
lonth        :.
���   : . -���    :��� over U icnown aa   Umber Her::. S<  and situated on Pitt
Lake, c, .:.:._ an   . -,.    f 21 ������ .       t<   Ni��   Westmlnstei   and also two  mineral claims situated    in
.:....     f said property, cov,      .        area of i feel        1500   > -;   wide,  and  known  as    ib**    .-iiicon
Mineral Claim N-   '.   and Silicon Min ral Clain   S<    2, which when i granted entitles ibo Company  to all
thi   mineral rights therein under tn,  '...,*.   ot   th.   Provincial Government ol British Columbia Tho timber berth
��� ��� rs all  thi   rights to all  :h,-  timber thereon the said area mentioned which has abundance of -inihcr to supplant with fuel and timber tor many years to come.
Th,- propertj  is situated adjacen; \o the shor, of Pitt Lake which is ��� distance of about twentj elfcht wiles
iron     .���   i Itj  of New Westmnlster, and  affords navigation    all    tho year round for -steam boats and river boats,
and barges and has an idea] harbor whtre the said plant will be erected to operate on the ground.   On this pro
pertj there is a large deposit of clay of a cement nature which is very accessible, the bench of clay   beini; over
fifty  feet high above the level of the water, which affords easy access to excavation.    The clay -Lank mentioned
Is between 2000 and 8000 feet lone by from SCO to *���     feel wide rand affords a  natural  incline   for  transportation
from tbe bank to the plant which will be a distance of about only 400 feel from the lake Shore.    The clay   has*,
been  thoroughly   tested  by  the Btrp Machinery   Manufacturing   Company, of Toronto, which w.as reported on in
report hereto as follows by H. P. Nayior.
The Pitt Lake Bru-k A: Cement Company,  Limited. Now  Westminster, B.C.
Gentlemen,���1    hereby    beg    leave to report to you that 1 have on the 4th day of October, 1908, examined
o] i : .        iv,   mentioned in your pros]   ���   is on Pitt Lake and have found the  material on  :h,   , r< ,-.    j   to
���   jam,  .. - that sent to us foi testing bj  Mr. K, ,l   Fade:, oi Sew  Westminster, which has given the following
_   that  Is    ' say:    Some few months ago samples were sent to our  Toronto planl  bj  Mr   K   .1   Fad,
w . . analysis that ihia cla*) contained proper! es ol a verj   unusual nature containing  a -.n..*1
;,.;....:. uecessarj   ior the making ol P     and Cement    Wi  found bj  drying in a rotary  kiln and i   Iver
[ires   ag      - w, could make    irlck  from It  without burning i;iat was  superioi   lu our oplnli anj
,   d In Canada, being ,.   ������ earanc    extremelj  rigid nnd ol  great    Ur,   resistance,    and
, ,, ,,.,. .-   such as Wi- have furnished the  Pin   Lake   Brick  and  Cement  Companj   and    Btamped     'Berg.."
a'ks l       r- Mj  Company, namely the Berg  Machinerj   Manufacturing Company, Limited, h
Brick .v. Cem m  Companj   the manufacture of those brick at a cost on the ground      i
,.s sand as pei   xhl It.    The brick  was t<  ted In  thi   School ol Practical Scleni onto
ihe square inch. (S :ned) H   P   X v*s i OR,
\n, President B,  .   Machinerj Manufacturing Companj
Tb,    ���   . *,    - oi   -':   !   O'Sullivan us to ibo lln  test Vancouver, B C   Jun<    9       ! -**
b_. .1. Pad, :. Esq . N   ��   \*   sin insti i. B. *i.
li,.,, sir,    I beg port that tho present  silica brick submitted bj  you  foi  in,   test  was sul a
white ln.it in m>   ivind ���     "  , temperature ranging    etween i300 and   1400 degre,   centlg . I,   oi
to 2552 degree Fahrenhi     foi  l*J4 nous withoui  disintegration    Tbe onlj effect ol this great heai was     ���
a siiubi crack In the brick due mainly to the escape of Bteam from the wa-., o! combination ot tn, plastic material of Hie brick. In m> i Inion a building constructed ot ihis brick would withstand the destructive action
m tire, and can therefore bi used with perfeel Batety,       Your* faithfully, J, o 'SULLIVAN, K. C, s
li can readily be seen from the above report that ibe brick intended to be manufactured by iho Pitt Uikr
Brick & Cement Company, Ltd., can be placed on the markel at such a price thai no other pressed brick ma ,.i
Cactured In Canada can compete with n.
It is the Intention ot the Companj to proceed with the erection of the |,lani at the oarliesi opportunity
and place the brick upon thi market of British Columbia and other places whera a market can be bad. Mi IS
I Fader bas agreed to sell to ib< Company the whole of his interest iu ibe su t.i propertj as above mentioned Wr
the sum ol $30,000, payable as follows-. j'.',n���i in cash, and 188,000 iu stock in tht Company, Vpan from
this Mr, K. .i. Ka,i. i subscribes to ib.- Company for 120,000 treasurj stock, which h< agrees to pay within two
\ ears
This proposition, withoui e.\ceptlou, Is believed bj  mosi ,xpeii men to be one of th0 b����si  brick inxiposl
Hou.s   that   has been placed ui>on the local market, considering the fact that  th,   brick In question is I wan
proof brick, which as tar a.- we know, cannot ba found in th,  whole Dominion ol Canada, and im.* all thi  qu   I
ties of a first class   ncl      .   i   i will not,   from Uio abovi   report bj   Mill   P   Nayior, It has a crushing test
test of 3740 pounds to the squan Inch, which  it   Is doubtful    II  anj   uth,    brick    made   can   equal     \,i.i (rom
this, ii Is a handsome brick and will maki   i  verj  prettj  finished    illdlng
���pii,   su'fScrlbei ean ��� '���  '���   from the cosi ol the nianufacture guaranteed    bj    thi     Berg    Ma hln<  y
Manufacturing I ny, nan       $4*00 |iei   \l whal an Btiornion   tiroflt then   must  bi   made rrom  th,      ���   ���      on
considering the fact that ou ,���'"������   I brick and Seattle pn   le-j    i Ick Is placed upon the market aboi    .        *
a thousand, placi     is ln u i is yo    <vlll readllj    ���     o cut i i two, it nee,    a        an
and I ...   no reason wh       -     i '  Ww   Westminster  should
when thej iiave ai theii .i  ,i pi ipo itioti which cannoi    e am i \
y , , In iibi i     I  liavi  already formed   ,,..,.     ,, .    | .
1    foreign capitalist    etioi ti       nni     ol    mon        ihleh
H ni   th it  l nine ' |q sew  w ���     ���
������ '    and I svani > u plain!   undi rstan i thai  i it ul do n
 ;     '  ,|"1  '��� I.   '���" ���������    on a    .....    o .,i   , | ,, .   .   ,  ...
���i'i"' "      ' ��� ; '"��� '""i at ii mn' inn.   knowing Hun  thi    Ioi N   wl]
readllj  sui,:.,i: ..,  within i '�� lh'   ,,'ilM     ' therefor,   consldei  Un, ,   An, hav,   the    i ej    n ���   ���
should nol  lot,   the opix ���     u   ���      '"" ''"     '  '���     ' doubt thai this Companj   will  pay    enori llvl
.lends.   Work romnienci ' - mind lasi wpek, and u ijnnji of men Is now  clearln    .    Ite toi th,   -   n        i
opening large ems Into iin  ���'���      "      l visitors iniij  havi  an opportunltj ,,r  vtsttlno thi   proper!    and
for iiieiiiseu,.,; ;,i anj timi
The Companj antli I ��ti having the plani running within six months from the i ovs date, ami you thi >���*-
fore should nol miss th.  opportunltj ol getting In your application   ti  an oarlj date,
Samples of the brick and daj maj be leen al my office al the Northern Crown Bank, nv��  Westminster,
and an> I'uiibei information tltfll attj subscriber wishes to know, i shall be pleased  to r1v�� them  -mli  pari cn
lars .,i mj office,
Ladies or gantletnen are Invited to subscribe (Signed.) i;   i   PADBR, Promoter
ii,. k.    -en per cen    un oui   i
ou   . .     iu    i    o tak,
an    ��hich  huvi   bei n   I
in- ..|   New   Wi 81 niinsi, ���
Bhould have remained ai
.. ki d the pi   lent liublli
j.-el    of   eo.ivill:'    yOU    IU''
and  i  am  giving    ou    h
PITT  I \KF.   BRICK   AND CEMENT   COMPANY.   LIMITED.
To the Directors of the Pitt Lake Brick & Cement Company,  Limited, New Westminster, b.  u
Qentlemeu,   i her*h> make appllcntlon ror  snares in the above named Comtmnj <>i Om   Hundred  ($1 11  Dollai    each, and requtsl you'to allot m,. ihiu number of shares;   ami  l  herebj        i
the same oi  anj  similar numbei thai may be allotted to me, und pay  for the same m folios
Twentj per coin, on I ��' this app'*--atlon.j nnd e.nt. monthly until paid,   And lau
you to ���    |     | the holdi i   >l ' i ��� ,-J;.
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reason he often remains silent when
he would lain speak. i��� ,:iu association where he Would be on an equal
Wieets, New  Westminster. B.
t.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
|Tlabel>
I'ublisbed by the Dally .News Pub-!
tishing   Company,   Limited,   at   their.
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front I '",:i"**- ��'i!l' '*'��� Others, he will plunge
��        I  oldly   Into  a   debate   or   discussion,
  inviting   rather than fearing criticism,
j inking keen delight in expounding his
' iii. oiies and vious on matters ut general Interest. With practice will come
self confidence, a belter grasp of tue
political issues of the day. and a mo.".
Intelligent manner of 'nan,Hing a question and presenting (acts to an audience, By this means able Bpeakera
will be brought out, active political
workers will be discovered, und a
veritable tower of strength be gained
by the Liberal party of this city, the
full value of which will be realized
by the time the next election takes
place in this constituency.
TUESDAY.   NOV.   17.   1908.
CAMPAIGN ORGANIZATION.
in the various explanations of unsatisfactory or unexpected election results a lack of organization plays a
large part, and it is unfortunately
true that many decisions at the polls
are affected and mignt be changed by
methods of campaigning. That au
���election result can be determined by
organization is evidence of grave incompetence on the part of the electors.
This is as obvious as the fact that
able counsel influencing a court's decision i.s proof of grave incompetence
on the part of tlj>' court, Every litigant appearing before �� court has a
right to a fair decision and uo more,
quite irrespective of the ability of the
counsel he may employ, and the men
ami platforms presented to the elec
torate should be given a decision according to the best judgment pf tim
voters, irrespective of the organization that may i, > maintained. Bin we
are a long way from this state
of representative government. Organization is ui so much importance that
no ,'audi.late can afford to neglecl it,
and there are few to whom such neglecl would not insure defeat. It must
be admitted that our system of popu-
iml  representative government is
i Treasurer of  I. O.  O. F.
Toronto, Nov, lti.���The office of
supreme treasurer of the I. 0. u. F..
vacant  since the    death    of    Harry
Colins last June, was filled at a meeting of the executive council this morning, when Thomas Lawless, for years
assistant supreme ranger, was elected.
��� '���ry -   -
(Correspondence
lUlie,,    I,      ii,-,,.-    .....        ywvAUUe      to       a
greai   extent.     Now   why   should   any
reasonable man wish t,, stop the Importation of anj  of the necessities of
life,  [iai'ii ularlj  from our own Blsti r
provinces, If the said artlcle'is going
io help  the  I.i  oring   man   to get  his
Jiving rh' ap, r, and thereby   hejp dim
to make a mi    pro, Islon  tor a  ralnj
day
w. (���������: tain    ha\ ��� to admit that th,
Alberta    beef    Is   no   second  qualit..
meat, aud  is tit   for any  man  to eai
Why are apples allowed to be shlppe.1
acre t'liuii across the line, as they are
at present, and sold at high figures On
our markets and nothing said aboul ll
Surely the Albert;, beef is a much
more necessary article on ihe table of
our laboring classes, and we have to
admit that the cost of living is a
serious  problem   for the  man  earning
wages owing  in  a  great   measure    to 	
this  being practically a  new country. I The Doub|e Headlines, aru' a Who0p
Surely any fair-minded man    would ing  Qjg   chor-js.
be willing to give and take, especially j
when  the  majority .are  benefiting  by
the deal.
A      LOVER OF FAIR PLAY.
New  Westminster,  Nov,   16. 190S.
One   INIg;ht  Only
WEDNESDAY,   NOV.  18
JOE  WEBER'S
Bis Musical  Comedy
Hip Hip Hooray!
(A College Yell  in Two Shouts.)
cl  from Weber's Broadway Music
Hall. New Vork.
RICE AND CADY
TWENTY BIG SONG HITS.
Price's 50c, 75c. $1.00 and $1.50.
Alexjpeck's Sporting Goods
(Jims  and    ammunition,    footballs,
umbrellas,   lypewrilers,   ftahlng   tackle
etc., and all  kinds of Ughl  automatic
i machinery  repaired.
���Mil
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia i*--'        "Man on the Wheel
Get the Habit
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine.
One straw culler.
One in]' for express wagon.
Also a good assort men!  of new  ami
second  liinil  goods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block,  Near Tram  Office.
Phone 27a.
CHOICE   MEATS
AT THK
R��Val Cafe
Entirely   n,.,.,   .,
>   New   Managem.nt
'Ri'    A^CHER
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Dinner
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OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block,
trance ('oliimbi
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En*
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Westminster Opera House Centra, Meat Markel
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A
Jai
based on the assumption of an active
anil intelligent sense of pui lie duty
that is unfortunately rare. Indifference
i.s the besetting- sin of the average
elector.
T;ie man who waits for sum ��� representative of a paity organization to
tell him that he Is on the list, and
where he is to vote, and to send a carriage for him, is anything but a good
citizen. He does not perform his public duty, but leaves it for others, in
r-iiliiy i; is nol be but the organisation that votes. He transfers power
from himself to the activ,? workers
and 'ims. who directly or indirectly
��� mpl . them Without the organization his vote -.������ uld noi .��� record I
and  Iiis  political power  won' i   i ,|    n
l; Is such , Itlzens
by in        ��� ��� -. tnak > organization
u. <-.-- ad   is oiganizaiion i- ex
pensive thej  gi' ���   undue po�� sr to th
men financial], to   ,      ide   tue
necessary funds.   The man who   ex-
: ���   :      .  be  visited    ,   the cai     lat,
< - some of his   cai ���   >s -: *.    direct, .
���ote, or  ; iven to the poll is
class mainly  responsible for de.
ur ���-, from the spirit of repn sen-
government,     i'hose   corruptly
votes   tre o I
but little consequence, comparatively,
and thej can   , deall with bj the law
the gre i     bo ly   of   Indifferent
citizens waiting to be urged or belped
to the  polls  who put power into few,
and sometime^ into unworthy, han
Everj citizen should feel it incumbent
on himself to wipe out   the reproach
i i  being influenced  bj   the multitude
of activities Ini luded  under the term
Organization."   I'mil this is don.- we
may have government   by  the peopl*
��� ..in, but it will be governmenl by
the organization in fact.
ALBERTA 3EEF.
Uditor Daily  Ni ws;
Sir,���As i have noticed did ml
Items in your local papers of au ayi-
tation to combat the sai,- of beel thai
Is shipped here from Alberta, I would
considi r it a favor to be allowed space
in your valuable paper for the following letter.
Now being at one time a esid -nt
of the prairie*. I naturally have a
warm spot in my heart for the land of
the frost and snow. Now I would like
to know why in all fairness to the
ranchers of Alberta, can our farmers
and butchers think for a minute to
try to prohibit the sale of Alberta
beef on our inaikets. Do not our
farmers and fruit growers expect to
get a market for their surplus veg -
ables and all classes of surplus fi Its
on the prairie, particular!..- Al i
owing to it being the closest of   h
.. provinces, and also do not     tr
sawmill men expect  to gel  a  ni
for a considerable amount  of I
illy, an I v, bei market I   cn
Stephen's Ink
Specal   Today   Only.
FRIDAY, Nov. 20
Corner Klghth  St. ana
PHONfc   i.
Klfth Avenue
I*. O. Box   471.        Tel.
Estimates   Submitted.
������ W estminster
Iron  Works
c.
2
5
bottles
FOR
cents
AT
A.    MARSHALL
PRESENTS
WILLARD MACK
W'li
MAUDE LEONE
In the New  York S ice, - -
DOWELL  i.   ODDY.   ProprlJ-trirt
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      j M.iii'i'.i,
- j brought    Iron   Gates,   rencej,  Cres,
C.   H amber     lnfl"'B,lconyRiillns"'and
ACCOUNTANT AND  AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10,   Brine   Block
New  Westminster P.O.Box  79S
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
Office and  Work��:
Tenth Street,   ���   Now Westminster
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
ON PAR0I% CRAKEiUdies' Hair Drcsi
The  Bes    Mllitar)   Di inia \\ 'lti n  In
M    ; i. .   in inia Writ
a Dei ade
A  Story of the  South  in  1365.
Prices $1.50. $1.00. 75c. 50c and 25c.
Special
Saucers.
New Westminster' Telephone 54
Wing
Tomorrow���Blue    Cuns   and
P.  O.  Box 665
Yuen  Co.
',;/ for c ish    and  jell for the
same
LADIES'  AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits  made to  Order.
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*,   Groc.r
Ladles' Gold Watcnes  from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watch"*- open
face, $6.oo.
(ientlemen's Silver Watcnes. double
,-ase, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to   the   Welhoao
_rctlc E-Xnedltlon.    Ml warranted.
Chains,  Rings,   le-veirv. etc.. etc
Watch    repairing;     mantes   reason-
:ssmg
Massage   and   Scalp Treatmtnt   a
Specialty
Corner of  Sixth   and  Coiui-b a
GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE   I'I'   \T THK
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and   Biack
THE   YOUNGER   ELEMENT.
"'   ' ������ ,   ���:���   "I   ... Ith   'her.'
Sailure.    L'ndaunt-
��� : tained        illy by
'���   ���   their pari     - ui fullj
���*   '���    -���   lesson ta ighl  there-
:, of this citj   whose
il n       an      ��� th    the
id
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and '.i'ii thla
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.. .. . Izing   a   Young
tv m    Thl
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ttetl       ���;.... , .    ;: en   11
. ���   the  local   Ll    ral
. .,    I, ��� ;,   ..    I        :
. Ive to i lie ' l��ni- nt, no
Inditi ���'... nis  in.    been  held  out    to
: on   ...   threshhold ot tflan-
i    id to take :;, ic   ������  pan or Inter,  I
cen i a-,   oi        ce ��,    md    be-
i., ,..   ol   this   i lie      ���>.        ��� <.       '   'i
assoclatl - with
���jr.. organtzal    i
With    a   in ;:     i   ilp rei; ill   l en-
irom 'lie younger eh ��������������� nt, the
\ ���hli 5  i.i!., ral  association   vlll    Fast
.  i,, i        powi    .n  -;,     mill cal  . te
i   ii,       elt).     Confront '    I >    an
.-i idi. ti   iomp    ii inalnl; cun-
I algm is ��lm liBVe grown gi      In the
of theii   party, a yi ung man
|   naturally til tl ������ ni   in I I tli to : uah
!:..   ,���'    forward.    He  fearj    har  his
i iia  ,-, u    e gubj cted    �� undu
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SEATT1J
RATES:
$1   per  day   up,
Foom   and   board   $2.50  per day up,
rtoeni   with   b^th   $2.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day.
All , mtside i ooni ���   m I''" 1
���   ������     - ��� -ui! beat,
phone  'Bus mi ei
CARLETON  OU >!-'
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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.
Meii's fine Blucher cut boots, made of box
calf, with two double soles through lo the
heel, a boot equal in many respects to a
regular $5 shoe.   Our price $3.50 a pair.
Men's fine Vici kid Bluchers, made with
neat kid top, fit for the best dresser in
town ; $3.50 a pair.
Men's heavy kangaroo - grain Bluchers,
made with a hand-rivetted, double solid
sole, leather sole, and waterproof; $3.50
a pair.
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POST   CARD   ALBUMS
They go this week
One-third Off Regular Price
11 J. J. MacKay & Co. i
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Stationers
News Dealers
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Sign of lhe Big Electric Boot.
House, Ltd.
New Westminster, B.
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HEATING STOVES
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If yon wanl a heati r tor    il     ���* hard coal 01  k
Oxford Plorance, Oxford Oak .     ndsome In appearan       ad  il
heavy aiekle trimmings,   Also i   .:������ range of alrtlgl
Do   not   forget   to  cull   In   and   Inspecl    -Oxford   ind
Ranges, the ranges that give real genuine satisfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B C
The mar. interested in good shoe, at	
a moderate price
will do himself a
good turn by investigating our ,$3.50
Shoes.
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$3
GOING UP
build-
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all over town you >*-     '
in.', in which our m
elng used,    Come
from now and thej will '
Btanding, solid and    1
daj thej were built, If ������� *���"*
n building thai  wil
lii'le attention
and fe ���
get our building matei
iheapesl in tl
In the ";!'
are the
ning as well as
BEE
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Prices Cut in Two I
Frank   Hugh
the
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ol   Queens   avenue, I vej'lng   tne   in   ....    ,,v,.]      r6V,   w
I will ite leavin tmlnster for Queen  Kirby,  B.A., ol  c Igary,  win tie    thi
��� (Charlotte li thla    vening. chief Bpeakei   .   i ... convention.
Knock  th on a box of "B.      G��od   potatoe
���IC." cigan one.   It will make Kyle's, Front stn
i a "hit." ** |
The choir of Q     Q   avenue Metho-
A meeting ol   lie women's auxiliary dist church under the leadership of T,
of the Royal Columbian hospital waa   I*.   Pearson a     rehearsing a.beauti-
centa   per   sack.
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Ends of Rolls in Inlaid Linoleum
$1.50 line for, per square yard
$1.25   "   "    "
$1.00   "    "     "       "       "
75c
60c
50c
Ml'ST BE CLEARED OUT.
LEE'S
[ held   yesterda    under tht
��� of  Mrs.  ('.   A    \V, Ish.
presidency
Unheard-of Price Cuts on
All Lines in Stock
.    , ghty i'iidei-.iiiu n.   in  -��� ���-.,    ���,,   are di i   mini cl
��p ly clearance;  and,  vlth end in view
dn ��������� ii in pric,   is '.i make i h  ��� imply irrei   I Ibi
Lot l, $8.00 Eiderdowns for $6.00
Clear Havana cigars ot exclusive
merit���thu "Brlllante," made by the
B. C. Cigar factory **
ful cantata - atltled "Una," one of A
B. Haul's  latesi  and  prettiest  worKS.|J
The dale on  which  it   is  to be rend
ei-ed  has not yel  been decided.
: Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium  I
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\ general mi cting of the Rovers
Football club a in ,e held this evening at Murclii.���'.. parlors at eight
'o'clock. All playera and members are
requested to >��� present, as a captain
":'; be i liu ��� n
Smoke  Un; ,1  Citj   Mixture.
Clearing out crockery ware at cost;
Kyle's, Front street. **
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA 8TREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C    ���
Opposite Lome Street.     Phone 73. ���
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iteid Eiderdown   filled
Regular $8.00, for  .,.
In   ma alflcenl   c doiin^.-
 $6.00
The  purebi ��� 1   Embden geesi
i: i i, Bank farm, Chilliwack, present-
j i-d by A, ('. Wells & Son, for thi   park
..... ited  with    thanks    to    the
��� O   [onors  ai   i lie cil s   council's   meetin ',
* q    ' ���   evi ning.
y ���      Tt i best l        to gel bul a -and
-v * I flrsl cla       cut    flowers Davies'
i;*2  gn   nhou e,    Tel   B 208, **
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i �� The m��� rl ���-... ol Francis Mahoney
y ��� il Vancouver, to Miss Cecilia Bourke,
. ���     aughter    of    Mr.    and    Mrs.    D.    D.
street,    will    be
An executive meeting of the W. C.|
T. U. was held at the home of Mrs. j
(Dr.i   Manchester  yesterday evening,
when proposals which are to be sub- |
mitted to a  meeting of the union to
be held in Queens avenue league room]
on Monday afternoon  wen   discu - ed
from' and ai/proved
Cut   dowel . an I  bul .    of all
Tidy.
.in-!.-.
lot 2, $10,50 Eiderdowns for $8.00
>   B mrke,  of  Caribou
tlzed  ai   nine
St. Peter's cathedra'
if *   .olemnlzed al nine o'clock this morn-
v*  Ing in ��
Sa In line
dress\    tfi i
ular $10.50  for $8
Lol l $12.00 Eiderdowns for $9.50
... ,:j     Pure Eiderdown  (Med, lined  with satin In  floral
Regular $12.0#, now   going  foi           il.bO
Lot 4. $22.00 tiderdowns for $15.00
jusl three in thl* lot. Magnificent designs. Heavy
,    $2100,   for    $15.C0
$6.00 Wool Elders for $4.50
Regulai   -��� oo
All dealers handle "B. C." an 1 "Old
Siwrt"    cigars.      The    old    reliable
brand
The need ui increased accommodation al rle- city luck-up Is ;
. i riklnglj Ii iwn today, There are onlj
two depai I mi nts Eoi pi Is mi - and
lasi nighl there were male an i f, male
in li ins and iihinamen in the same
portion of '!..��� building ll i ea len
li.al to keep men of Orieni .1 ia ��� apart
when they are Interested in the same
ens... o*�� lng to the compacts mi le to
arrange the defence. The News ...-*-w
attention to his& condition of affairs
-,-,ii-, i moi since, b it nothing has
yet be- :, done,
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON   VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMenemy & Anderson
Phone 192       Pacific Meat Mark...      Columbia St.
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> Todaj 'I'i.i-ti a Peck and Peebles William Burrell, an ex-convict, who
J .,.,,,,, , , ai nd the B, C, School Trus-lwas leased on ticket-of-leave from
Cl)av,      m      '''������ '���  l ' ''   -A   ..������''-    '.    "*.. "    "i.i' nii'ii;. on June 23 last,
i . .-.;:,-_ all  but  a  year for  pas.-'-
Second  hand  HEATERS at a
Snap.
Ul i-iiiiv.; th^deleagt' s from
the lowi i- Mainland, being attachi d to
the morning C. P. R. train
Popular concert arranged b; Miss
l. Ho,-. St. Barnabas hall, Nov, 18, at
S; 15,  25c and  15c.
all but a year for pass-  ���
.. ques   at   Nei-on.   was '
sent down by Judge Howay yesterday $
for the remainder ot bis term, and an
���xtra six months tor passing a forged | +
| Hardman, James &  McClughan ���
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
!>. ,i.   Sansen,  ol   Vancouver,
heque on Marshall Smith & Co., Lad-   ->���������������������������������������������������>������������>
j ner, on Octobei 28.   The prisoner pur-|	
has  . hased goo      _*orth $18 al  I ie   ton ,
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. chi t'.    m  ���';    Roya
ici mnt,
at th,    tead i    .Tei vis Inlet, I lefence that  he was drunk
, , || i    , omm'ssioner f ��r and tend, re
oi   too lm m  ��� i   Bank t r "
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Cotton Comforters at Reduced Prices
52 73 valui      ��� r
-.j 'i'  values f"i
$4.30
.$2.00
.S1.50
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re, an
-, veral  at  the time
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PER CENT. OFF  ALL  WOOL   BLANKETS.
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Prompt Delivery
For     iale���Seven    ra oust
iath   rod wood-
Bhi .      horse  stall, carria       house;
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fruit,  trees;  on   full  lot.
atreet.
T. M. Smith
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-wears
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ALL AMERICA
Shoes For Men
Al.I. AMERICA Shoes oossess certain unique
of merit which VVE know will appeal
i   YOU if you are as particular about the
you wear as we are about the shoes we
ell.   '
We Sell All America Shoes
���r��.,.im^af]**mWm^aJ^sn
.j       .   .      ..       in tliis
i   whit,   in is.  name
wil  come  up charged  with
��� i Indians, ano her Iti
lng  the stum ������'���
washes will be charge I  ������ th    e ng in
, session ol  same,
The  Westminster  Lib. val    association meets In tile cluh rooms, corner
Columbia and McKenzie streets, every   .uM]V.���  ,K.ing lllustrated  by a
aeconed and fourth Thursdays at 8 p.m. ntimber o8,lantern slides.   Mt
i Visiting    Liberals    welcome.
Kellington,    president:    J.    V.
Donald, secretary.
The district convenUon of Epworth
: leagues, which is to be held in Wes-
. ,,y church,  Vanoouvi r, on Thursday.
Nov.  26, will  be attended  by  a  large
number ol  leaguers  trom ibis    city,
- iecial cars being charter."', tor bon-
A.    E.
Mac-
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i,ninn     -.I     Olive       Ba
... !   Mrs. .;, in Templar,   .    i  -
,  ���      li.,- mational  S in- J
day school convention    in    Rome    In
1907, lectured   on "Rambles   In   the
Eternal City." yesterdaj  evening; u>'!'|X
u.a    a     ....__,*-
number ol lantern slides.
lar toiicli.-d upon a iarg<
large \ ^
Temp- j ���
number   of|#
historical  facts  and  legends  connect-  #
ed    with    the  different  buildings    of
���.vhich vi.'W.s were shown, an I a'.so ex-
plalned  at  le.ngth    the    architectural
beauties     ot    the     many     Catholic
churches In which the devout adherents of the Catholic religion In _tome
worship
,^m:.
We specialize this pari ot our
business and can guarantee
I . , tion to our - ��� >tom
Canned  Goods
We have just received an-
oth ir carload of the famous
Tartan Brand Canned Goods-
Fruit and Vegetables. Be sur ���
to try these good- before buying
others.
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Phone   92.
Cciun.uia   Street,
New    West minster,   8.   C.
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Best Quality
DRAW  FOR SEMI-FINAL
OF NATIONAL CUP
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tell vou, young man, why All America
"Tredstrate" last marks a new era in shoe
!. Why, All America "stay up" box toe
1 ���    r ���'wives'in," while only selected "bend"
leather (cut from the finest and closest-
"1 part of the hi 1 0 is used,  and  of the
other All America features that all point to
merit.
Sold only in this City by
The Reliable Shoe Man
A   meeting  of  the Vancouver   DU-
trlcl  league was held last evening, a
��� ��� draw was mad,   tor the .Na
. ' up second round on Dec,   L2
a.    _,   lOWS;
S   '-.locks \s. Thistles.
Wi   tham Island vs. Westminster.
.-    ..,--..,-k   wa i  granti d   his trans
���������,  to the Rovers, but tbat    of
trom the Shamrocks was refused,   as o
aial i :. is had  nol  > lapsed Bim %
��� '1  with them,    The torm    o ��
McPhail and Davidson, who had firs ���
signed tonus for the Rovers and then 2
for Columbian college, were cancelb I 2
as to the second forms, an 1 they there Q
by become Hovers men.   Applications ���
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Cannot
Call
tor the transfer of    Hargreaves
('���inr:.ild  to Columbian  college
oonsidered.
Manager    Davis     represented     th
Rovers.
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MY MAIL INSURANCE IS INCREASING RAPIDLY, AS MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT FIND THAT INSUR
ANCE CAN   BE PLACED WITHOUT TROUBLE BY  MAIL.
ALL CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY ATTENTION. WnETHER IT IS AN ENQUIRY FOR
RATES OR AN ORDER TO PLACE INSURANCE. IF YOU
CANNOT CALL. WRITE WHAT YOU WANT, AND I WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY RATES ARE THE LOWEST. AND THE OFFICES I REPRESENT   ARE   ALL   OF  RELIABLE  CANADIAN   COMPANIES.
ROCKEFELLER  TO
TELL OF  MONOPOLY
DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
.\<w Vork, Nov. It..���dolin D. Rocke
teller is expected to go on the witness
stand when the hearing in the government's suit to ilisoive the Standard
Oil company is rammed this week
and tell the story of that glgiantlc cor-
iratlon,
.i is said ih ,i Mr. Rockefeller wil-
he a willing witness and that for some
time I*- has been de,irons or clearing
mi certain matters concerning tha
company.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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SIMON  FRASER   EXHIBIT.
. , .   a   Dailj  Ni ws:
sir.   Nov.   thai   tm     ��� nes oi    the
:-       |   . ...       cenn ua .     ::**l:-
nt   Mew   Westn       er, \ aucouver an I
ria  '   . inpleted, l  wish
,      behalf i vincial   Govern*
i    t  to ....... ., i.-,,-
ni, n:..  due  tin   - so  kiie,,:   a
si ted m ai ble lng ��hal was apparel |* cons I den ! th. public to have
been successful, So many contnuu,., ^
to the stoclt of . xhibits, pictorially
.- a i otherwise, i; would be quite im-
Licabli within reasons le space to
give cn .lit In . very instance where
credit Is due. i can only refer to a
;,w of the principal contributors, and
a It the others to be assured thai their
efforts were sine, rely appreciated.
lu the first place, substantial money
contributions wen received irom. the
Bank of Montreal $200, the RoyaJ
Agricultural .Association, New Westminster $100, the B. C. Electric railway $100, Wm. Sloan, M. P. $50, Had
H not been for the special demands
on the public al the time for various
other objects, we mi,,aid undoubtedly
have received many other contributions of a similiar nature, and, In any
. vi nt, had the public realized what
was proposed ,11 the mils,a there would
been, l fi el certain, a verj gen*
, ihi:.- response to ani  appeal made,
It must be understood that at the
i .. the Government undertook to
; i the Simon Fraser Anniversar*
Celebration ai New Westminster -.*���
organizing and loaning an Historical
exhibit there was no appropriation
from which to draw, and. therefore,
the amounl ii was justified In expending without legislative warrant was
necessarily limited. With from $7000
to $10,000 at the disposal of the executive an exhibition that would have
been memorable, and really worthy of
thp Anniversary might have been arranged. As it was, lack of time and
lack of the necessary funds rendered
it very difficult lo accomplish what
was accomplished, and accounts for
many obvious deficiencies and Imperfections.
In the secoii, place, every person
in whose power il was lo assist has
b(. n very kind, and it is them to
whom the credit of any success is due.
Among those who most materially assisted are: dn New Westminster),
.Mayor Keary, Mrs. M. Dickinson. Mrs,
Homer, Mrs, Hughes, Rev. K. Robson. j
Rev. Dr. Sipprell, Principal of Columbian college, and Dr, He Wolf Smith;
(In Vancouver), Members of the Art
and Historical Society, in. Mood.,!
Mr. W. I>. Bui ii.*. Mr. C. T. Dunbar,!
and Mrs. Ralston; (In Victoria), Mr.
J. W. Tomlie, Mr. frank Sylvostre
Mi'.. ... B. McMicking, Mrs. Ella, Mrs.
.1. D. Pemberton, Mr. Cbartres Pem-
��� . on,   Mr.  .1. Savannah,   Mr,  A.   ll.
The Malleable
Sole Agents
mm & co.
A Hairdman.     A.James.    J. McClughan
STOVES,      TINWARE,      PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
Front Street    Trust Blocl
manent records In the Archives Depart.
ment.
Numerous enquiries have been madias to the possibility of friends securing
copies of ;: ��� nlargements on exhibition, and 1 am authorized to stale that
as there are ��'" at present facilities
In the Government buildings for displaying so many certain of them will
e dlspos i of at actual cost, w hi< b
on accov.nl of the number executed is
very much I *- than would be the case
nf individual ciders. The people of
New Westminster, for instance, desire
to acquire practically all those belonging to that city and district.
In expressing acknowledgement of
assistance from various sources and
appreciative commeni by the visiting
public 1 feel sure I echo the sentiments
of Mr. E. O. S. Scholefield, (Librarian), ni.I Ki*. C. E. Newcombe, who
were associated in ihis work
R. K. GOSNT3LL,
Commissioner    Simon   Fraser  Exhibition.
Victoria. November 15, 190S.
Just Arrived
A new
assortment oi
FANCY
LINENS
suitable for Xmas
gifts.
 .   service
Following are the hours of despatch
and arrival of mails ,n ,)ie _Ncw Wl s,
-" 'er i'"sl <"���'<<-������'. the hour given In
each case being the hour of closing,
is half an hour. aa a ru]6| p,,.
lie actual de | atch.    All mail-.
""" rwlse atat. i. are despatch
nd received daily , x.-.-j.t  Sundaj
'   only  mails dispatched    and    re
. Sunday are the C   P. K. south
and C. P. Ft. east mi       ,������ including
���     way    mails.    Saj iierton,    Frasei
nd Coquitlam.
Mails   Despatched.
6  a. ni. (dosed ,n eleven o'clock
the previous  nighl i    Vancouver    via
G, n   it. "Owl."
7:30 a.in. Vancouvi
i - laj i Victoria, via
railway.
Sumas and Seattli, including all I
S, points east and south, and points
between New Westminster and Huntingdon, R.C., via C. P. It. south; also
C, P. R. east. Sappi rton, and fra*'')
Mills.
8:30 am.   Blaine and   s, attle,   Including all I'. S. points east and south;
all p,dins between New Westmin
si' r and  Blaine,  via <'. X.  it.
Note, Cloverdale and district (Clovi . Valley, Sum j Centre, Elgin, Alluvia and  Kensington    Prairie)    Hazel*
   ic       Pori  Kells, Hall's Prairie    and
N i   ..        i. -., al -!e d daily excepi Sun
"I-**.- I-'M-M-'M-'''.'1 -I"!-*H-K"!**-***!* daj.     (llaj ton,     Mondaj.     Tueu daj,
tanuumii r acme Kailway Co.
British Columua coast '_in��
Service.
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We  can   please
most fastidious.
ilie
A. i.  BIRTCH
275 Columbia St.
THE WHITE HOUSE
Hid    . e\i . .
B. c.  Elei '
.'!-����� ___-***r
Street Letter Boxes
���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed wth
us means a satisfied customer.
OUKIWORK SATISFIES
(UK PRICES ARE RltiHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on applicaUon.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News  Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
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Thursday and Saturday; Tynehead
and Bon Accord, Wednesday and Bat*
These mails are all received
same days as despatched.
n ;00 a.m.- Vancouvei-, Victoria an i
Central Park, via B. C. Electric railway.
12:30 p.m Stnawl < rry Hill, Tim*
berland   aud   South Westminster,   by
*}���  cou: ier  i Tuesday and Friday i.
Following Is the complete list of
street letter boxes, together with their
location and numerical designation;
itox -No. Sit-iatiuii.
1���-Eighth Ave and Thirteenth St.
-    hlighth   Ave.  and  hlghth   St.
3���Si ven b   Ave.  and Fourth  Sl.
���I���Sixth -Ave.  and  Third St.
5���Sixth A ... and Sixth St.
6���Sixth Ave. and Ninth Si.
7���Sixth  .Ave.  and  Twelfth S .
S���Sixth Ave. and Fourteenth St,
u���Fifth Ave   and Fourteenth St.
Maynard,  Messrs.  Fleming  Bros.,  Mr.   10���Fourth Aie. and Twelfth St.
Shaki   .-���:.. Mr. E. McK. Smith,  11���Fourth Avenue and Tenth  .St.
the Misses Mackenzie, Dr. E. C. Haa-   12���Fourth Ave. and Seventh St.
ingt n. Mrs. Raymuir, sr., .Miss O'Re.l   13���Fourth Ave. and Fourth St.
ly, Hon. E. Dewdney, Mr.  D   \V. Hig   14���Fourth  Ave. and Second St.
gins.  Mr.   Win.  Humphrey,  Lady ana 115���-Third Ave. and Second St.
���liss Crease,   the   Messrs    Courtenal,  10���Queens Ave. and First St.
arristers, ihe Hudson's Baj Company,  17���Queens Ave. and Third St.
Bishop and   Mrs. fridge.  Rev.  Canon   18���Queens Ave. and Sixth St.
i'.- .aland, Mr, (.'. A. Stewart, Colonist   li�����Queens Ave. and Tenth St.
Hotel,  H. G. Mason, Col. the Hon.  E   20���-Eighth St. and Toronto Place,
ii. Prior, Dr, I. W. Powell, Mr. Justice i'i��� Hanlan and Turner Sts.
.Martin,  .and   Taos.   \y.   Seward,     (In  --���Agnes and Tenth Sts.
Nanaimo,.   Mr.   .Marshall   Biay,   Gev-  23���Agnes and Seventh Sts.
ernmeni   Vgent, and Mr, M. Bate; (In 2-1   Agnes and Fourth Sts.
other parts ol the Province), Mr. Wm.  35���Agnes and Elliott Sts.
Do I :. tlova rumen.  Agent, Val,:   I.. A.  26���Agnes and  Dufferin Sts.
Agassiz,   Vale;   .1.  J,   Carment,   Kam-   2"    Columbia and   I_*?opold  .Sis.
P   <���   Ctaudet,  Nanoose   Bay;   -**   Greal   Northern   Railway  Station.
d     D nnis  Murphy, Ashcroft;  Mr, C. 29  Columbia and Elliott Sts,
A. Semlin,  Cache Creek;   Mr,    ('.    A.J30   Columbia and Fourth Sts.
:     erville; Mr.  i. E. Hauder,131���Columbia and  Alexander Su.
:i   A,  Turner,  Fairview;  32    Columbia and Tenth Sts.
K   Si    ;:. ns in, i Porks     ::;   C. P, It. Station, Front  S|
and   .li     :i    front and  Mi Ki nz e Sts
********* **********
SOCIETIES.
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
l'he regular meetings of this lodge
ire held In Oddfellews' hall Columbia street, every M"nday evening
at  8 o'clock.
A. O. U. W.���FHASUR LOCGE No. 3
- Meetings the flrst i,nd third Tues
day In each mouth. Visiting
brethren cordially invited to attend
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall. Odd-
fell-jWB'   block,  Clarkson  street
SOUKT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
���Meets the Fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'cioclc in the small
ball,  Oddfellows'  block.
FRATERNAL OROER OF EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���-Meets every Tuesday
evening at 8 p. m��� in the Eagles'
Hall, Columbia street. A. Clark,
W. Pres.;  H. Schofield, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMHLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows'
bail, Columhla si n ,*t.
���ONJ OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
SOCIATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
CAMP, 191.���Meets ou the First and
Third Tuesday of every month m
K. of P. hall.   Chief \V
1:30 p.m���Fast Ifurnaby, by courier
2:00 p.m.���Burqultlam, by courier.
���J: "o p.m.���Ladner, Port Gulchon,
Westham I land and Sunbury, daily
except Sunday; Woodward. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday, via steamer
Favourite, Capt. .1. C. Bruce. (Steveston mail despatched and received via
Vancouver. I
2:30 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via (',. S. It.  north,
4:00���Vancouver and Burnaby lake,
via IJ. C. Electric railway. Saturday
an extra mail is despatched to Vic
toria via Vancouver at this hour
Blaine and Seattle, including all i".
S. points east and BOUtb, via tl. N R
"Flyer."
-��� 30 p.m C, )'. K. east, Sappi i ton,
Fr tser Mills and Coquitlam
Note   The  two  7::in  a.m.  C.   P.  It.
i.i.i..-. Boutn anu   ...   .   ..,.������  mail toi
all points    from    .New     Vvestmin
east   i ini lu i...-   Lang ���     aud
>i i Poi i   Han, y.j     i..    _    '   .        C.I
U.  despatch  omits     ll  Lo -��-.   ,
...     of Coquitlam ex     it Jfiti
Me tdows, fort iiam ... Pori Hammond,
��� I        * ,,. :e i -.    Mission     > ity,
_g ���   i/. and  I lai ��� ,son    Hoi    Spring**.
Mails for Port Moody andBarnoi goes
L-oth via Vancouvei and C. P. H. mails,
Mads   heceive.,.
ti:40 a.in. Blaine ana Senile, in-
uludiut all I'. S. points, via G. N. K.
"Owl."
9:00 to 10:00 a.m.���Strawberrj Hill,
Timberland and South Westminster,
by courier i'Inesday and Friday).
S:2U a.m. ��� Vancouver and Victoria,
via li. C. Electric railway.
'J.'M a.m.--Vancouver,  via li.  S   R
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.���Ladner, Port
Guichon, Westham Island and iTues-
day, Thursday and Saturday) Woodward, via .steamer Favourite, (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
12:30 to l p.m, C. P. H. easi,
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and    Coquit-
TIME TABLE
VANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SE-.TTLE
ROUTE.
princess Victoria  li avi     Vl D
daily  exce) t  .Sunday ,n  io p.m,
St. atner Charmer at I  p.m. ,1
Princess Royal at '.> a.m. dall;
I iiesdny.
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
mi r Princess   Royi |
;, ni. daily excepi Tuesdi
ami Seattle.
chai mer leaveB dall Victoria
t p.m.
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA    ROUTii
S.S. Trader wlll leave Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesdaj and
Friday,  when  business offers.
Leaves New Westminster on  W<->d*
m sday   and   Saturday.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
S S   Teet
LeaveB Victoria  11   p.m.    1st    toth
aud 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and waj   pori:-:   101
of each month for Quatsino and  waj
ports; 20th "f each month for Ale,.  I '
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way porl
VANCOUVEH-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. .S. Jnan
Leaves Vancouver 1:80 pm. dally,
except Sundaj. Leave . Nana ;>,. at
7 a. m.
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; arrives Nanaimo 4 p.m.
leaves .N'anaimo Saturday 2 p. ra-;
arrives Victoria �� p. m.
S.S.  Queen  City  lea*.,s  Vancouver
PENITENTIARY
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LV.  N.   W.  '.'.L'i  a l:.  .     :    -,       , ,f
Lv. N. W. 4     ��� . ;   s��� ...   ('
Lv. N. W.  I-
k.in.
Lv. Seattle *���  '.
nr, ���
10  a in.  Thursday,  arrives  Vancouver   j_v. Seattle   . . a   \ m
noon Sundays. ji.m.
..  -    s ''
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA,  LUND,   l.v   Seat:,   1)
ETC.
S.  S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p.m. every Wednesday, from  Vancouver 10 a.m   follow-
m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON,!
No.  397    leavi     New ..,-,.J
.'.'i  p.m., arrive Gull'
ing day   for  above  and   intermediate  <***vs:  ��!��> connections by 10:104
points. Ket inning to Vancouver Sun
day afternoon: Victoria Monday
morning,   via   Ladysmith.
NORTHERN  8. C. ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaves Vancouver 2nd  and   16th  of
every month at 8 p.m.
OP  RIVER.
Oeaven���
From    New    Westminster    Mondaj
Wednesday and Friday.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
ind Saturday.
and
torm atlon
For   resprraMon..
���all or address
BD   OOTJLE5T,
Airent.  New Westminster
C. B. FOSTER,
Aist. Gen   Pass   ARPti'. Van,,,.iver
J.  W.  TROUP.
Oeneral  Superintendent.  Victoria.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Kight Trains Every U:v in thr  Yen
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
i xcept New W-  tmlnstei
4:35 Thursday.
I>eave Oulchon ���
Westminster 8:45 Fridays
nectlons bj  2 \
Tui Bday an i 6    n
I.v. N. W. 6 20 a ....      ; ]
P in  fo   Van ���
Lv. Vancoui ��� i  *
! I    10   p in     '
&  C.  ELECTRIC-vA.Nt'0'
l.e.l Ve    N't  V.     '���- ���     '
6:50, 7:20 ai I
hour thereafi
Lv.   Vancouver   tor West
' *'    6;50,  7:1
tl in
TENDERS
II    ���..'.'   : :
foi   Publli   Bul
will be received 1
;   H   .. i.i. oa  Fridaj    N< -���
1908,  for  thl   con-*: ''
building at Vernon.
Plai    . '..i      ' ��� ������   ������
and  forms of tend.    ���
Department, and on .
Postmaster at V< men
Persona tend, tin -   :
tenders will  noi   11   i ':- ':J,'r"-
made on  the printi
and signed with tl." r   :^'^:  -!
tun -.
Each  ti ndi r must
i,, an acci iti I che-q ��� oi 1
i,an,,   madi     aya
the Honori    e the Min1--'
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Canadian High C mi
> Mr. C. (.'. Chli man,
I li ol   the    Hudson's    Hay
compan,*. Wninip, g, foi ance an i
Ion.    I   wish to  express    ap*
: ition of '���������   assystance  rendered
hj   Mr,  .1. Savannah, VIcti ria,  whi se
sii'_ai siiiins und advice from the ii*',w
of vi. ��   of an expert   were  very val*
ble.
On   the  whole  the  Exhibition   while ]
r-'   I he   pui pus,,   a   great   deal  of
Inti r,   I ii. ii Bubjeci io which the Gov.
i mm, nl   i i   paj Ing  Bpecial  atteni lon,
i; - | loneer hiatoi y of i he count rj
Sii  tin-  Exhibition  opened  al   New
Wi si minster several hundreds o ilc-
tlll' a have be--ii I'ocell d, tt'hicb 111
addition to lutndreda o{ others will be
.       i.  and  remain  pari  of tho    ��� r*
'"���    Fronl an I Lj tton Square,
3C    Fronl Si   Sch i tl i   Building
:    1;'   iel     an I   t   try Sts.
in ' Keary Sts.
Cojui hi !   lb tlllery  Road.
11    Elgh h   '. .-���   an .   Richmon :  Si.
11���R :    n I   Keary  Sts.
i olumbin  and    .. erta S
I  ': ' on Columbia and Fronl Sts.
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth,
8���Royal avenue and  Eighth.
9���Fifth avenue and 'l welfth.
12���St. Mary's HospRal.
13���Second and Park Row.
14���Columbia and  Dufferin
15���Sapperton
23���Queens  avenue and   Sixth.
24���__..r,i avenue and Second.
25���Fifth  avi-ue and  Fourth.
26���Fifth avenue and  Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
32-^Agnes and  Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
SB���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C.P.R.  Station.
42  -Small ft Bucklin Mills.
i. O. O. F.���Royal City Lodge, No. 3
���Meets in Oddfellows' Hall, Co!
um .ii. Street, every Fri laj evening
at 8 o'i lock, Visiting rethrsn will
be made welcome. .; i; Qliley,
N. <;.: i*. i. iisi,inm I- ���;. recording   ���   rei
S 'therland, lam.
1:00 p in
Central  Park
ami Fraser
-OSE   Of-   COLUMBIA LODGE    No
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND,   B.   S.���
Ke,l Rn-.. Di ' ������" ,' ��� . ond .md
Fourth We.ii, sdaj  , I . month,
lu K. of P. Hall, ' st., al
�� p. tn., w bite Ro e . Fourth
u ednesdaj    In   ��� . i,_ 6ame
time and   place.
OTHER FRATERNAL SO( IETIES.
include the Union I... |g, .\-,,. <i, a.
F. and A. M.: King Solomon I^dge,
fMo. 17, A. F. an l A. M ; L, O. L.,
No. 1150; L 0. I... No, 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 1683, I, O, F.; O. O.
F., court Ws trnln ter, No! 380;
Brotherhood nf -,.      \,,., No 29;
Vancouvi i
\ rm.
1:30 p.in     Easi Bui nabj.  ij courlei.
2:30 p.m,    Burqultlam, bj  cou
3:30 p.m    Blaine and  Seattle,
eluding all I'. S, points: also all ,
bei ween Bl line and N, �� W<    mln ' i
via C.  N. R,    (Sei i ���        i
d i      on   h hich  He   ���   n - dea
patched ami  received.J
���I: 15  p.m     Vancoui ei   ,...  C!   N.   R
"Flyer'
6.00    V in,-mi vnr  ; la   B,   C.   El< -   i i
railway,
9:00 p.m    Von,i ia \ la Vhiu ouvi i
7:00 p.m    Sumas   and Seattle,    In
' eluding all LT. s. pointa and pointa between Huntingdon and New Westmin.
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE    NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest    and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE,
and   LUXURY.     It   is   lighted   with
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most
brilliantly    illuminateii    frain    in
world.      'I'he   equipment   consists   of   cent.)
private   --ompartment   cars,   standard   which
i6 section   sleeper**,  luxurious  dining   tendering
car, reclining chair cars  (seats free)
tnodtrn   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li
brary and  smoking car?
,,-.    Worl; : to i- J
I   ...    ,,,, ol   the tl     j
���'
d       -
-
:..-���
For  Time  Tabic,  Folders,  or  any   ,,
further  information  call   on   or   write      -, .     p,
F. W. PARKER.
7-.o Second Avenue Seattle. Wa*-_i
VV. IN. Draper
B.   C.    Land
Surveyor
Ellard block, New Westminster.
\. ,
..I-.'   '
out ;
ster,   via   ('.
Mills.
I :00 p.m.
P,   It    BOlltll .   al-
C.  P. It. east,
'The Milwaukee"
OVQIJ 13QL^c_27c^E3
n.w Westmin-
meeta In the
BOARD OF TRADE,
ster Hoard ,,| Trad
Board Room, City Hall follows.
Third Thursday of 6ach ,llont!],
Quarterly meeting ,���, h,,, third
Thursdaj ,��� February, May,
Augusl and   November, al  8 p. m.
Ann"aI    ""' n    the    third
T b ii rs d a       of    Fei
men,1 ei
'The   Pioneer   Limited"   St.   Paul   to      BOOKING TO   AND   FROM   ANY
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"   P0INTS   IN   THE   0LD   COUNTRY
Kansaa City to Chicago. CAN BE ARRANGED AT THIS OF-
No   trains   in   tne   service   on   any j picf.*;
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
u ry.    New
 I    and
quarterly
*.    A. |
mi ��� : ���
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee 9c St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and r'ini t" ***: rs on all] their trains and
! give h'.i _, irons an excellence of
servi.*    i.    . btainable  elsewhere.
;i. _?. ROW!., Gene*-..] Agent.
TJ4 Third SU. cor Aider Portland. Or.
Empress of Ireland,  Nov.
Cmpresa of Britain
13,
.Nov.   L'V
mpresa of Ireland  Dec. 11
For other  dates  and   particulars,
apply to
FD   GOULET,
i C. P. R. Agent.
'Trace M-.f��i
T      CcpvRlC,HTS4f,
AnTf.r.(wr.fli.:�� ���'*�����'",'!,;,,v.; ���
B
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J. I, 17.  1908.
THE DAIL? NEWS.
r_me sevew.
when   '    '   ed  :  us viiii  be
,:,,i fact01 ' much a. u will
'"   ' *-actlJ Q -  Ired. Moth.
Ing "" ou thai is 'just its
������""��� *-*��� the article you ordered
1   '' '     ' ' full.
EveO'th . ,.m b, round
now. fresh and of thi beat
quality, aa our  ;o ,. the
reliable kind, guaranti ,.| tl, ,,.
to . e the very besi
License Notices
!
ADAMS & DEANS
phone 97 CR OCERS Columbia St.
N0"''; v given that  I   In-
','"'1  '" al   the next sitting of
th�� ������'''��� '_:.i  I,,,   the City of
New  Wl r foT  a   renewal   of
[licens*  ; ;] liquors by retail on thel
Pr*"niBei    n .,. ^ Windsor Hotel,
situated .  .iumL>la    and    Begbie
streets, In , ,; , (ll- N,.w NV(.sl.
' minster,
r
.New  Wei'
0   BILODEATJ
Nov. :;, 1908.
A Good Thing is Snrt fo be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Mi.pl* Loaf
Labal)
Is gamine in favor every day.    Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritions of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
FRESH TODAY:
I owney s
Chocolat
es
NOTICE W hereby given that I   intend to ;,*>;>  at the next sitting of
| the Licensing  Hoard of the    City    of
'New Westminster for a    renewal    of
license to sell liquors by retail on the
I premises known as the Russell Hotel,
I situated on Carnarvon    and    Begbie
'streets in the said citj of New Westminster.
I    0 CAMERON.
New Westminster, Nov. :;, 1908.
|ln 1-4  pound  to  2  pound  Boxes
.*.   Sec Our Window   .*.
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
NOTICE la hereby given that I Intend to appl) at the next Bitting ot
the Licensing Board of the City of
New Westminster tor a renewal ofl
license to sell liquora on the premises1
i Known aa the Depot Hotel situate i on
corner of Columbia and Eighth streets,
in the Bald Citj ol New  Wesl minster.
.1. WISH
N.-w  Westminster, N'ov. 3, 1908
I     .. XMAS  GOODS ..
We .are now prepared to show you the largest Xmas Jewelry Stock
ever exhibited in the city. We have now the very article you have
decided on for that Xmas present. If you do not wish to purchase immediate', .   we will  put any article to one side for you.
Remember that by making your choice early you have a full range
of good* to select  from
W. C. CHAMBERLIN Tl" ���**"""
�� Sole agent for the Longines and Hamilton Watch   Movements.
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���*rrI"rT'I"i,TT ���r,I"��"i1*!"*
>��M"M*'I*''.
NOTlt'K is hereby given that  I In-
|;��:.f0*^C>OO*O*^O*O*O*>C 0*��040*K.-K>^^X>^*K>*0^^^ lend to applj al the nexl sitting of the |
Licensing Hoard of the City ot New
Westminster for a renewal of license;1
to sell liquors bj retail on the prem-,
j ises Known aa the Cosmopolitan notel, '���
situate on Columbia street, opposite.
('. P. R, depot, in the said City of Now!
Westminster,
j. is d. Mcdonald.
New  Westminster.  Nov.  3,   L908,
Easterorook   Millinp'  Company.
Etiurnc,   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per br!.
Hungarian Jewel   .    $6.50   "
Terminal $5.50
cQUARRIE &C0.
NOTICE is hereby given that I In-
tend in applj al th" next sitting ot thel
licensing Board for the City of New
Westminster for a renewal of license
to Bell liquors bj retail on the premises known as the Colonial Hotel, sltu-
l at the corner of McKenzie and Clark-
eon streets, in the -aid City of New
Westminster.
M, I'. INSI.I.V.
New Westminster, Nov. ::. 1908
:\
FRONT  STREET
OUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
New   Westminster. Telephone 333.
'"'   t
I. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutacturer* and Deatert in AU Kind* ot
P-umber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fif.h and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
NOTICE is hi           ;l iren that 1 intend  to appl)   a    the nexl   3itting
I  ��� ie  Licensing  Boa       i   I he City    of
Ni ..   Wesl min ti            a   n ne�� a|   of ������_.
use to sell llqu i     iy i etail on tbe **!������
��� ttisi < known as   he Praser Hotel    ��
situated on the corner of Begbie and X
i Fronl streets In the -aid Citj   o   N   ,   ���$���
Wi stminsl. T
ALFRED SWANSON. ��
��� Ni .v Westminster, Nov. ::. 19 '**.
 ������*��� !
NOTICE is   hereb;-  given that   I   in- ;
tend  to applj   ai  the next  sitting ofj
, the Licensing Board tor the Citj of
New Westmlnstei for a renewal of
license to sell liquors by retail on tire
premises known as the Royal City
Hotel, situated corner of Customs ���
House Square ani Columbia street, in I
Ithe said Citj  of New Westminster.
E. FALCH.
New Westminster, Nov.
i ae**
MEN:
How about a
Mackinaw
FOR
the Wet Weather ?
Price for plain blue, with knitted
wrist
$5.00 the Coat
Better quality, made with leather trimmed pockets and knitted
wrist    . $6.00 the Coat
This is the best coat on the
market for the money.
Mackinaw pants, $4.00 the pair.
All made by the H. B. K. Co.
THE STAGE   J
"Hip!   Hip!   Hooray!"
a  distinguished  i a       ���    torts Rice
aud  Cad... the  two  comedy  Btara   In
"Hip! Hip!   Hooray!." svhlcn 1 i
the Opera  House on  Wedne idaj    i
niii".    Rose  Leslie, one of : hi
ladies,  is  pronounced   bj   Anna   Held
to be  the  prottiesi  Bhovi   girl  In  the
v.   'Id      Ma/.i.-   Trumball   has   dan,-   I
.ail  over  America  and the  continent
and ranks wiih Gei  and Dazie.    H.
Shunk has a negro role and has been
for years the leading comedian with
Al, il. Field's Minstrels; Thos. Murray, the baritone, is rrom Fritzi
ftcheff's company; Wellington Cross,
juvenile, was featured in the "Top o'
the World" and several of Geo. M.
Cohan's productions. The company of
60 people includes one of the prettiest, choruses ever sent on the road
and a powerful cast ln genera,. In
staging    Hip!   Hip!   Hooray!"  no ex-
lense was spared, ah the gowns
wre made in Paris. Th,. production
comes here just as it wa. Been at
Wel,..r's Music Hall. The scenes are
laid at a famous University and are
Crowded with color; numerous song
hits are scattered through tho psece,
and the show goes with a dash and
...  that  makea  ll   Irresia&able.
LOGS ARE TIED UP
ON   JAPANESE SEIZURE
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
IS THE SOLE AGENT IN NEW WESTMINSTER.
209--211  Columbia  Street
Prince Rupert, Nov, 16.���The sale
of a million and a half teet of lumber
and one million feet ol logs belonging
British Columbia Tie & Timber
company, and now at their sawmill
in Sea! harbor, which was advertised
j to take place at the court house here
las; Tuesday, and sold at public auc-
tion ':��� the sheriff... has been indefinitely |>ostponed. The propertj was
seized by Deputy Sheriff Viewers on a
writ executed by Kunimaisu Kishi ��t
al.. representing thirty Japanese, to
satisfy a claim for wages against the
defendants.
The sale will not now take place
until the British Columbia government's claim for royalty on stumpage
at the company's limits on -Alice arm
has een satisfied, which will likely
mean a delay in pr.,. lings or several  weeks.
**H~H*n~W*^~H*- ���M����M��M"I"M-''
��t.4_,ff. .>H"I-M"M---*H.
Notlce is hereby _.i\en that    we intend to apply at the nexi sitting of the
Licensing   Board for the City of N ���
Westminster tor a renewal of license
to st ll liquors bj retail <>n the pri m-
Isea known a    the   Holbrook    Hotel,
situate I on From -*������
JOHN McNIVEN & D. McDONALD.
at an annual rental of $1 per acre.
Not more than 2560 acres shall be
leased to one individual or company.
Hnillt'SH-ild j A royalty at the rate of flve cents, per
ton shall be collected on the merchantable coa! mined.
N'ew Westminster, Nov
I   1908.
NOTICE is hereb      ren thai    I Inti   the nexl   sitting of
Synopsis of  Canadian
KlMJllliltillllS.
Anj available Dominions lauds within the railway belt ln British Colum-
ma, may he homesteaded by auy person
who is tae sole bead of a family, or
any male over IS years ot age, to the
extent of one-quarter  sectiou  of  160
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of 'he Interior
New Westminster   i
^**C*0C��04����0��G*0-��0   0*0*0*0*C*^*00*��0*K>^.aK.*n#0
The Road to Wealth
IS TO DEPOSIT IN
��� ���    The 	
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
8
���
j tend    tO   appl.'
the  l Ici i. ii> '   Board  tor the  City of
n,-,  Wi    minster, for a renewal    ol acres, mot* or los..
.. Entry must be made personally al
license to ael   sp rltoua liquors by 1 " ,_._,..,,. ,
:the Ioi al land office tor the distrii    in
which tbe land ls situate.    Entry bj
proxj  may, however, be made on cer
tain conditions by the father, mother,
ison, daughter, brother or sister of an
Intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions  connected  there
tail on the preinlsi b known as the
Liverpool Anns, gituated on Colum la
Btreel In the westerlj store in the
Oven's Block, In the Bald City of New|
Westminster
ALEX. MATHESON.
New  Westminster, Nov   i.  1908.
frank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL |14,4O0,000.00
,,,      r*-SERVe  ... '.',' ...   ...  '.'       $11,000,000.00
i   'h8|***roughoutOaMdaimdNew foundland, ��nd in London, Btaflaad.
'bw v"���*.. Chicago and  Spotta ne, U.S.A.. and Mexico City.    A Gen*
'"a   lja
���*tter,
Nn,
���koig Business Trausac Ui.
J" Cr*-dit issued, available with correspondents In all uarta of tne
'Vorhi,
8* Ban^ Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and W**Jj*
���Dl1 ltt'ereit allowed at 8 per cent,  per annum (present rate; add...
'our nr
me�� ** year.
,V(r 1168,000.000.00.
WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
U. D. DRYMNBR. Manag*-'
NOTICE la herebj given that thirty
dins after date we intend to apply to
K. s Hussey, superintendent Provln*
,.;,,! police, Victoria, B. <'., for a renewal of the liquor license held by us
for the St. Alice Hotel. Bltuate ��'���
Harrison Hot Springs.
The Harrison  Hot Springs Co.. Ltd.,
Qeorge Hartness, Manager.
Dated Nov.  I. 1908.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer ot
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Wate-v,
Family   t,���._���!���  a  specialty.
Tel. 113. Office   Eight str:*'
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   9.   C.
'with    under    one    of the    following
' plans:
(1) At least six raontus* residence
'upon and cultivation of the  lau.)    In
each year  for three years.
(2) If tiie father (or mother, if the
father is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon  a  'arui in    the
{ vicinity of the land entered for, the
requirements as to residence may be
satisfied by such person residing witn
��� the father or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permau-
i ent residence ujion farming land own-
| ed by him in the vicinity of his home-
) stead, the requirements   as   to residence may be satisfied by    residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice ln writing should
, be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention to
apply for patent.
COAL.-���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one years
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET  MAKER.
With J. 'A. I.-.- i
li,      op,        I      and yoUT
ea i. ision   furniture  a   --po
ind store furniture; all
Inda of fui nlture repalra
Kirs' . ' iaa Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
WorkSho      26 Alexander St.
Opposite Train Office.
P. 0.  Box .-.04.        Hous,e Phone  B 29.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWATM..OMPANY
Imperial Limited    leaves   daily   at
S: 20 a.m.
Atlantic   Express  leaves    daily    at
8:20 p.m.
Whether yon tnavel for pleasure or
business always buy your tickets via
the C. P. R. as you are    certain    of
spenl,  safety  and  comfort.
Tickets issued to and from all points.
For further particulars and reservations apply
ED. OOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
or to C. D. FOSTER,
Abbi. Oenl. Pass. Agt   v*wioou��\ir.
Ol
'ER
18
A   HOUSE
BOOKINGS.
.Nov.
���Hip  Hip
Hooray.
Nov.
20
���Willard
.Mack.
Nov.
23.
���In Wyoming.
Not
26-
-The Ni ���������
Dominion.
2,_
-The  Lion
aad  the  Mouse.
Di c,
3.-
-Little Jol
���any   ._���
Dec.
V
-The 1
Dec.
9-
.\rizona.
Dec. 10.���The Texas Co.
Dec.  16.���Why  Girls   Leave Horn*.
Dec.   21.���50   Miles  From  Boston
Dec.   24.���-Babes   in Toyland.
Dec.  25.���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec.   29.���The   Great  Divide.
Dec   30.���Florence.   P.oberts.
Jan. 1 ��� SI Phmkard.
Jan.  5.���Her  First  False  Step.
Jan.  6.���Shore Acres.
Jan. 11.���Cripple Creek.
Jan.  lu.���Theodore  Lorch.
Jan. 2*i.���San .Aantonio.
Jan.   28.���Devils   Auction.
Feb. 11.���Brewster's  Millions.
Feb. in.���Jane  Eyre
March   3.���A   Stubborn   Cinderella.
Marcii 19.���Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Nov
Knd
Nov
Nov
Noi   28
!     '���
JUNIOR    FOOTBALL.
21���High   *
tt and  W
21    Centi      ind 3a ij  rton.
28   Centi r an l St. Louis.
to) B.
High \    and  HI! ���
I.  el 1!
Dec ,    ������  ���    ���        . Wesl i ml.
D 12���St. Lo ii- in l Sapperton
[>,.,. 19       W. Bt    End     and    Hlsli
B<  lllXll Am
'ROFESSIONAu.
W
F. HANSFORD. Barrister.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
corner Columbia and McKenzie
streets. New Westminster, B. O.
A.
A'HEAU.F.R, BARRISTER, Solicitor, etc., 42 Lome Street,
opposite Court Houae, New Westminster.    Phone 143.
w
HITESIDH & BDMOND8, BirrU-
t.TS and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia street. .New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
M
ARTIN &  McQUARRIE,  BARRIS-
ters, 8ollcltora, etc.   Offices, New
Westminster,    Trapp    Block.
Clarkson and 1/irne streets.
corn.-i
GEOROE D. MARTIN. Barrister and
Solicitor, Qulchon block, Colum-
���Ih and McKenzie strpotR. N .w Westminster, B. C.
W. MYER8 QUAY, Barrister. Solicitor,
Curtis block, Clarkson street. P. O.
Box 169.   Telephon, 64.
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THE   DA1L*   NEWS.
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NEW   FRUITS    are  all   in,
Nice  an     '   esh.
NEW   CURR \NT.;
SEED RAISINS
VALENCIA   R.AISINS
MUS '      E       R VJSINS
PEELS:
LEMON
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CITRON
PUIS AND  DATES
Bi Bui'i and Bee our
FRUITS before you
buy,
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The PEOPLES
GROCER
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New Westminster Gas Company
Notice to Consumers
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of ;i 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.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
fX-HEUl.-GOVERNOR
Of PROVINCE DEAD
j Death I s at Advanced
Age to Sir Henri Joly de
Lotbiniere in Quebec.
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All gas used will be charged for ati	
the following rates:
Gas USed  for lighting    $2.50! Phone 379
Gas used for heating and cooking $2.00
Gas used for power $1.50
Cash discounts will he allowed ofl
above prices on all bills paid at the
office of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or before the 10th of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 1_Mh, 1908.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of tre bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
  ilace yestenl
q . oil di  ���������
nt-govi .nei   i .
Ish Colin once    pri inn      of
qu   ,. During tin- ���   ���
wa In "ii . ere h, displayed I ���
tact, ..... In " I ii thorough acquaintance with coi titutlonal practice He
wa , good friend to Westminsti in I
with man) o In public men, pa
lne;, Mayoi Kaarj he was on , ��� ?
friend!) terms
ilim.  Sir  Henri    Gustave    Jol.\    de
Lotbiniere wn*  the   on   of   the   late
Ca pard Pierr, Gusti ve Jolj, a Hugue-
ii,ii  of France, and    Julie    Christine
charier ,u   Lotbiniere, granddai ghtei
of the last Marquis di  Lol iftiii ���   il
w;i . born In France on Dec. 5   IS29,
nnd on coming to Canada he was call-
, ,i I,, the bar of Quebec In 1855   was
created n Q C. In 187S.   He wa,
ed a nn mber of the Canadian n- -��� m
-.  ; S61   oi   Lotbiniere an I   ook a
ie ui j.ai i in the de i ties on ��� 'on
:��� di ration,    in  the lit i    elect! m    to
the ll...- ��� "i Commons in 1867
returned   by  a< i lam ition   for   L
i. r   and also  to  the Que ieo, 1
In March, 1878, he formi
ministry In Quebec and acti I as
premier of lhat province till L879, He
remained iu the Quebeo assembly till
i^*-.".. when lie resigned in conse-l
quenbfi of ihe Rid agitation ut which
h,  disapproved.
Sir Henri entered tbe Laurlei    ad--'
ministration  in July.    1S96.    as    controller of inland revenue, and <>u June
��� '." of the following  year he  became
minister of inland   revenue.
In September, 1S!��6, Sir Henri was
entrusted w-ith the diplomatic mkH._u_i
of conducting Li Hung Chang, viceroy of China, through Canada. In
1-855 Sir Henri married Margaretta
Josepha, daughter or the late Hammond Gowan, of Quebec. He became
Winter     RstCS nant-governor  of Briti-h I  uum*
I niii. on July 21, 1900. and continued in
apply to office rl] .May. 1906.
P. 0. Box 249.
HOTEL RUSSELL
.New Weatminater, B, C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
BOWLING
Special  attention  paid  to       Banquets.   " '
The resull ol the Inter-house leag i,
Private   Suppers  and   Dances. |a8,    evening     between    Gordon    and
Br) mu-   ti ..-a-    .-.iili.-d In a  win for
100  Rooms. Hot and   Cold   Water.
Steam  Heat.
Centrally  located.
J. New some & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
Gordon's team bj 194 pins Welch having the highest individual score, 175.
Tonight Gilchrist and Muirhead's
teams oome together.    The following
lis selected to meet Vancouver tomorrow    night:      Rushton,     Arnold.
1 Clark. Latham and Emery.
������ <��� ��� ������ti**����'M^'*M'��tt'����-^*��*^^
| Electric Railway Service ���
4 lnterurban   Line.
��� ���
��� Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wa***
��� stations  will  run  every half-
��� hour  from  5:50 a. m.    Last
$      far leave* at ll p, m.
(Lasl car lv, Vancouver 11:30.)
���
��� Cars   leave  the   depot    every
*)   twent;   mtautes  for  both  Saii-
��� perton and city limits over the
cit] line.
City  Line:    Cars leave tram S
office on the hour, tweaty mln- ���
utes after and fortv minutes af- +
ter, commencing at 6:20 a. m. |
Sapperton Line: Cars leave *
at ten minutes after the bour, f.
half past and fifty nitautee aTter ���
the hour, commencing at 6:3(i +
a. m.
Bryson
s Team.
1
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:;
Tti.
Ave.
Mock   ..
....128
105
132
-366
121
Brown   ..
...12.",
lol
119
345
115
Cameron
..    .ins
101
101
310
103
Willette
.   ,.116
156
ll I
���386
128
Brj .son   .
.    ..151
110
111
-372
124 i
1
Total .
1778
1
Gordon's   Team.
1
-,
::
Tti.
Ave. |
Latham
.    ..125
125
125
*.7.r>
125 1
Welch  ..
....122
127
175-
.2.;
142j
Barbaree
. .    .12.*,
125
125
375
125
Carver
.    ..IIS
113
173
101
134 !
Gordon
. .101
152
139
392
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Toi,-
1972
Sunday  Service   r.air-neurly b* 3
twa ii ** 30 i, i,   rtiid 11  p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd *
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Too Much Machinery.
Toronto, Nov.   16,   -.Nine   lasters   In
thi ploj nf the rail'-    11 ,v Syaman
Som . bool and shoe m i. naeliirer*.
of ''".' are on strlki nd the factoi .. ' a .. ihrowing
1 ��� " il - emplo���-
ae ni i he ��� onbli - the ln-
ction  ol   n ti hini h ch     the
vai;...-.
UP!
H. Morey & Go's
stock   Is jiillng up !     It's go ng
to be ilu   BIGGEST AND BEST
Ever In   Calenders.   Cards,   Pos-
.  Toj8,  Dolls,  Fancy Hoods,
TO RENTERS
We have a few particularly desirable modern
residences to rent, in good localitie
some entirely new.
LIKEWISE
Two beautiful homes for sale, on ea ..      ���
ern, nearly new, and well situ;   -1,
LS, l.ood-
Get Particulars.
If
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IA
i , a i	
NOV.
SAVE A THIRD
BY BUYING YOUR
stmas unens
HERE
NOW!
Si ��� our largi   window dlsp        vhich Is onl) an Index ol (he man
rhrei   hundred  dollar>  Bpenl  In Japan through an ageni
landworked linens of evei    .1       Iptlon al  reductions of 25 *���> '
fortunan        , has., ig clearlj   lemon i ated In evi 15  ph ci      Bul       ���       lace, di
l patterns, new and complicated In ..'. a ver;   larg,   choi<
Note the Sizes and Prices:
Battenberg Table Covers, 30 inches square.   Each	
Thiriv.six   Inches square,  with  elaborate braid  work.    Each   	
Forty-eight   inches   square, with flne lace and Battenberg braid  worl
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$1.75, 52.25 to U_*
i-:-ii-i.
All Sizes in
TRA Y CLOTHS ani
RUNNERS
Drawn and  Battenberg work, In such sizes as l*-xi:.. i*-x*t.  is'xT.1. 20x36, 20x54   . x"2
ranging from
 EA CH	
75c,    $1.00,    $1.50,    $2.00 to  $3.50
DRAWN LINEN
Centre Pieces and
Table Covers
Sizes 18x18 inches. Each  ��� ��� ' **0e. ^0c to $u-
Size 24x24 inches. Eacti .$..00. $1 25 and H-7-
Siz,. 30x30 inches. Bach    *������������*>. *i;i0 ���*"*- $2K
Size   36x36   inehes. Kach    51.75 to ���*���-**
Size 46x45 inches, Kach     $2.25. $275 to ��'�����
Size  54x54   inches. Kach   	
A LOOK THROUGH THE
ABOVE RANGES
will surprise you when you
thi . - offcre I
A COMPLETE AND EXTRA LARGE
RANGE OF
Damask Centres, Tray Cloths,
Runners, Etc., Fringed
Runners, Doylies,
Pillow Shams
Table sets of the choices! Irish and English makee al] on display at prices
Bectlon thi   headquarter* for serviceable and eoonomloal  linens.
thai mal **r
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