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 ^��te, Shiles & Co.
|     flRE INSURANCE
<EWWESTMINSTER, B. C
VOLUME -'.  "^ Ml'.Klt J'if..
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a* v       NOV 18 1907
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White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C,  SATURDAY     MORNING,    NOV.     Iri   1907.
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lgt��!au     *"s CENT8 PER WEEK,
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J0OR PARTY WILL
ENTER POLITICS
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PROSPECTOR DESERTED OLIVER DELIGHTS        NEW WAGE SCHEDULE   COLUMBIAN COLLEGE    BIG LOG REAUltS
BY SHIP'S CAPTAIN!      NELSON AUDIENCE AGREED UPON   ANNUAL CONVOCATION SAN FRANCISCO
^Candidates Will Have! Fear of Fine Causes Officer Rousing Meeting Welcomed Remuneration of School Tea- Unveiling of Portraits and
btQapfiort  of  Organizationi    to Refuse Aid to Injured'    Delta Member, Who Made'   chers  Advances   Twenty!    Presentation of Diplomas
:tfrMunicipal Elections.
"ri";   ^ ||ff re   eiiliei.-in   i.i   Ilie   ini-lnii' is
rf fl_M dty , ���  ��,���_-���-1   wets    imlulge.d  in
rMt'^WWtnte '.,;. Tlioinuft Tnrubull, et
^��___a4mt li,' in:"'r nl lh,- leei'.il blanch
Ctn.e inn riii hor piirty, in Ur
OViM 9l a ^ I"'' ' h in which lu- advo-
MtM fteC'n- two i ���',,:<���:-' 'ii t at i \ ��� ��� - ut'
I tbi' tie),I  fur civic honors.
Bo-called business men who
Jus iu tlie council ure al.so-
| CUltu--." Stated Mr. Turnbull.
"HgM*��lnf )'��� said: 'One working
BU-rVOUld ������<��� wmi h all <>( ihem. We
1ST* had a ���'���illness men's ceiiinril
ltliBg the la-t fi- .v years, itn. 1 they
UT* mil '' I'irii- adinin'.sl r;i' iim <i
jriOf grist '< tie:: mil! 'I'h > gi'- ���
BMSBfactO '\' m|il am   fruin   a   <�����."���-
Ilia amOUi,    ..: ;.,\ati"n nml mail.,   iiii
if tito COne; ' h  ''    la-Mi'li:    elllphi .
rfciaeeti in, ���. \  ... .-.���,.��� -.,.
id    b tk*I  '  pans     ' in|i|'<;. in '
'iJlbe:      .'.ila!    I i a'.    1 lie    hen. li','
null then passed along a few
tie   health department.    He
tit was  the dm y of the i ll i
Man on Fitzhugh Sound.,    Stirring Address.
Seattle, Nov. iri���Three prospectors ,one of whom is seriously woun 1-
ed, are Languishing on the west shori'
of Fitzhugh sound because peculiar
Canadian laws will not permit au American vessel to aid stranded persons
in   British waters.
When the steamship City of Seattl"
steamed past Safety cove two days
ano, (.'apt. O'Brien sighted two men
frantically waving signals of distress
from tlie shore. The vessel was stopped and the two men pul off from
shore on a crude' rait.
It developed that the men had not
Been a human being tor forty days.
Thej  wanted to be taken aboard and
Per Cent.
i
The new scale of wages for school
teachers which was draft*'! by lhe
board Of school trustees yesterday af-
ternoon and w-ni he reoommended bv
The following account of John Oliver's visit to Nelson is taken from
Thursday's Issue of the Daily News,
of thai city:
Despite the hurried call and tbe in- i ihem for adoption by tha 1908 board,
convenient houre there wai a largj I embodies increases averaging soum-
turnout of Liberals last night to meet [thing over 20 per cent for all eoncorn-
John  Oliver,  M.F.i*. led.    Tin  new scale is Intended to be-
P. ,i. Deane. president of the Nelson come effective on the first of January
Liberal association, occupied the chair   next.
and in a few words introduced the The principals of the various school's
speaker. Mr. Oliver, speaking at a| were present at the meeting of the
disadvantage, inasmuch as he had not  board held yesterday afternoon in th ���
During the Evening.
Biggest Stick of Timber ever
Cut Surprises Southern
Millmen-Import Duty $50
expected te, address a pubjjc gathering board of trade room, and an Informal
on liis preseni trip, held the close at- discussion of the salary situation was
tention  of his audience for upward:- indulged In.   The following scale waa
hi,,,,,.,! to civilization, bul    Cap. iin ()f .... ,,������,. ,n wh... wag ,argely an
.j __>rlen was powerless to aid them, as
in-  then decided upon:
spiling talk upon the potentialities c
Canadian   laws  are     Btringent   and  a
heavy line would result. One of _h i
prospectors is badly injured, according lei the stories ol the two men who
signaled the City of Seattle, and 1. In
need of Immediate medical aid.
Ther" ls a law een the ('ana lian Bl it-
High  School.
th-   province of British Columbia and      Principal, $135; first assistant,|110;
the   vast   responsibilities  they  entail i second assistants, $90 each.
upon those entrusted with Iheir ad-      .\t present there are but two assist-
ministration.     Political   Issues,   both ants in the high school, but lt ls pro-
provincial and fed. ral. were touched  p0Sed to add another at the beginning
ipon   ami   with characteristic   Oliver ,,e the year,
lows.      llis address throughout was Boys'School.
-     us   and   unmistakeablj   Btncei ���      Principal, $126; first assistant, $90;
The annual convocation of Columbian college, which was held last eve
ning, was successful ln every purlieu-
lar. There were present visitors
from this city, Vancouver, Victoria,
Chiiliwack, and other piaces, all ci'
whom manifested a Keen interest .n
the work of the college.
On lhe platform were Uie following
members of tlie faculty and visitors'
Principal Uev.Dr.Slpprell, Prof. Hetherlngton, Prof. Burwash, Prof. Porter,
Prof, l'ouck, Prof, Etherington, Miss
llaihin, Mrs. Howson, Miss McArthur, Mr. Hardy and Mr. Reason, as we'll
as Rev. v. J. Thompson, Rev. W. II.
Barraclough, Rev. J. S. Henderson, I.
I!.   Kennedy,   M.I'.,   Rev.   Dr.   Robson.
Rev. .1. r Bowell, .1. O. Davidson and
'Dr. J,  II. White.
The chair was occupied bj Rev. A
M. Sanford, president of the con e -
ence . After short addn ssi a by Rev,
Dr, Robson and Rev. J. B, Hen I rson,
degteea of B I), were conferred by the
principal on I'. L, Kerr and J. /  Sey-
ute books lo ihe effei I that no  \na I
���> clean  oul   Chinatown  cow     , , . i" ���,     <       n
���.Aubonic plague was abroad,  C,     V   .,   Can ma �� B ��1)S "> cana   ���   H,. mad(   ;i:i excellea) impression up-   Becond  assistant, $62.50;    third, twojmour.   The' presentation of M. E. J
Rn..  ol    no place'    where it   ,'"' .',' ','.]]'.''.]���,..' ' ','.'. '.'.'" "���' a11 present and his visil to Nelsou   assistants, $57.50 each;  fourth assist-  diplomas was made by    Rev. W.  li
���   be tter than in New We Bt-
i le.ii eteiw ii.       The    place
instil
I
__f  i leaned   out,   and  a   clause '
pul In the health bylaw al- ;
���rtain number of cubic feet i
.��� in each  person  living in '
The  only  way  that  tha |
oul i   be   properly   bandied
, ���  i. ibor candidates to tb*
M:   Turnbull suggi sted thai
sion of civic matti rs be
nomination, and that
,. ..   me    arrangements    be
ing two  can lldates  'n
He named Ralph Wilson as
n.    On motion, Thomas
ii I   J.   S.   Raiiif \    were   ap-
ommittee tei talk the nit'.i-
with  Mr. Wilson and anoth
lh' man and arrange toi their
foi a Canadian ; ort, and ii ��as a vi >���
will long   <��� a pleasant memory to ihe' ail.   $55. 1 jt"t__ 1 assistant, $50.
Li erals  .rim enjoyed the opportunity Girls' School.
of meeting him.    Following  Mr. Oli- principal, $121); two flrst assistants.
ver's address there was a general dis- ilu ,.,,.],. one st.Cond assistant, $60;
cussipn,  participated    in    by Beveral|two    ,|,ini    assistants,  $57.50  each;
(1 up ibi' shame'   men and   and-           ,          ,,    ,,  ���   ,, ,, ,,      u ,
.,,..,,,,     ,.     ,          ��.  speakers, Dr. Hall�� M.P.P., closing ths three fourth assistants, $55 each; fifth
em in British Columbia she wouid   ,.                 ���,,              , ���   ,,        1
,."".:       liscussion with a very kindly and ap- ussistant,  $50;   kinderkarten teacher,
11 j 1/11           11 n_r 1.1          r_ ���* rt                li 1 1 .          ? li ,.       fi n ���> *                                                   ��
preciative eulogy of his colleague, tho $75;  manual training teacher, $95.
member  for Delta. West   Side   School
���t     Oliver leaves by the Crow boat principal, $100; first assistant, $70;
this  morning for the east.     He will ,.,,,,,! assistant, $65; third aBSlstan*.
end  a time visiting  friends in Al-j ^57.50.
���.aunt   and   then   visit   Ottawa,   return- Sapperton    School.
1 lime for the Principal, $100; flrsl assistant, $65;
the City of Seattle feared.    T ie p 1 ���
alt}   is a flne of $500.   The law ah 1
applies tei commerce.   Had the vess I
picked up the stranded men and 'ami
ed Hi
have   bei 11   lined,   and   v. llil"   the   tin.'
I would probably have been    remitted,
the red tape would have required some
time,     Such  h  case happened  b ime
���   ��� - ago in ihis section.
Capt, O'Brien prow ided to Vanoou
ver,   B,  (',  to allow fifty  passengers
aken from the Cottage Cltj  to land,
["here he notified the customs author!-
tii s e.f the plight  of the three  prospectors.   Il is nol known whal action
will   e taken,   li is probable that th ���
liis;   Canadian   vessel  passing   Safety
''li'   Will   put   ill   tO   I'i'.iaii'   'he'   men.
Then.' is plenty of game in thai region and it is nol likely thai t3e men
will siaive, but the jvounded prosp ct-1
or maj  Bticcumb to hi- hurts.     Thc I
prospectors' su; plj of 1 ibacc 1 wae es-
ham tefl
..   of   the  legislature
ary.
In  Jami-
sece nd assistant, rii": third assistant,
$55.
Wilson,   nne  of  the   propOB I 1
then took pari  In the dls-
He thought the present coun-
imying    out   city   funds   Inr
tha'   were nut needed, merely
Jth' y could imi say no.   Ques-
befo'e    ���:'..    eeiuueil   under  pres-
V))tMt CO&dll v.    ' e eli'cided   .11   ei   a    a
 aMr that \M< r !  '���������������'  sei\ ��� 1 in��� im ������-
MU Of the  ni'Miihi rs  ni    tlie  . eiaii'.i:.
'*"^e remindi d '.-.' ':,, an-rs of th" till',
When he wa - en aldennan. In iii-
opinion he '���'���- la" 'inly member who
Was able 10 aci in(lepenelentl\. Mr.
WilSOn hail ;-. b-w johs I'ur Ule' leelit-
flt O*   the   i" 'ei r,i    eif   trade.      Taal    el-
ganliatkin   h-    ���.<��� ,\   was    unrkiii.;
for ltS mf i abnie.     I In.- in- Milie. .'���
were aakin      ie-    coum ii  tn pm      '
money for .mi"'him;  lhal   would  : elm
lit   them. lh'     "leelci'SC.I    ill"     ilie'.I    I  !'
putting  tw"   .'"'.i    lain';      lien   I,I   ti: '
Held, aad  -i'       im    '   .a i-i ieen
ShouMeriB -tai; had   hiin>"!:.
It havii ��� 'a- di..   si i-i  i
ctvi�� ��om e.,,.,.i m ueia  UliiV'tNlllMi lAnto rLAut
itn Decern -��� ii   n ..". -., a ������ ���
',then take 'ia'uh ih i
' that, Ji^ilt .   ���> it.  "���
URGE CONSIGNMENT OF
DOG SALMON FOR JAPAN
DOUMA OPENS WITH
MANY TROOPS ON GUARD
BOWSfcR   FINDS   FLAW
IN    REGISTRY   OFFICES
Victoria, N'i'iv. 15. -Hon. vv. J. Bowser, attorney-general, h;is been chsck-
Ing up the land registry ifflces of the
province. He has foiled in nearly all
<if ilu' offices case; whei . though a
salary is provided tor a specific office
there has been no formal appointment
to it., in each casi- the office being llll-
"1 by acting officials. Re has rutillei
the appointments in the different, in-
stanees.
in the Vani ouver office eight are af-
'    ;   i   Messrs. Jones. Turner   Dalton
Haynes,  danier,  McQnlgnn    and  twu
Mis ��� Dohertys.
IN ST. GIOHGE'S HAIL
tWO hflQlil     ���. | .' I
I be somen ��� .."a", ii .
1 ectkM> Jin '     i..he i   i.i -a
i should ke   ��� . l.e m i
| backs a r .
i      At this i'h."   , an   I lieeld   |   ha
Tin   ��� in .'anion of lhe  U't      uinstei
��   d: trii i   Lib rals   will   be   held  in   Sf,
George*i   hall   on   Mondaj   afternoon
next, anil not in lhe ^ssemblly ball, as
I ea oht tri   advlsibillty of    putting i bad at Qrst bee,, projiosed,    This ie i
id l early In the season   clslon  was arrived al  yesterday eve-
andldacy would  be geti- ning afar Lhe advisability
i enffllf' to" ,M:.      \i\  liaiii'".   ia-.ured
[ Walti|(g:Uih '        ���������!���   \l   inleiN   nexl. wh",.
Tve . hundred thousand dog salmonJ st Petersburg, Nov. l.v���-Willi impressive religious ceremonies, the singing of the national hymn and cheers
I ir i ii    r.a:. the third  Russian dou -
man   Was  opened   toda.'..     Despite'   tllO
lisplaj nf patriotism, the Tauride Pal-
ice was surrounded with poiice uu l
troops, machiiii guns guarding sil approaches, and people were forbidden
' ' gather in the vicinity of the palace.
'Iheli' whs no outbreak of terrorism,
as has been threatened, although the
Reds last night succeeded In scattering hand ills throughout the city, anno incing ilia;  they  Intende I tei blow
a i the assembly.
Nicholas Klkomaikoff, a formerniar-
if the nobility, and a distinguish-
, t   member of the  Octoberisl   party.
was elected presldenl  ot the douma.
He was suppoi i d '���'.- ':'" Constitutional   Democrat;   and  Nationalists.    His
onenl   was    Counl   Bobrinsky,  of
.   the   floor of    rim old   Boutlli
cannery, on Front street, ihi-s mora
lng .The immense consignmenf whlc
aniv'.!  yesterday    on  a  large sen".
towed up the river bj  ibe- in.; Alba
tross,  represents  part    of   the  pac'.
gathered tins Beason in northern wa
,���:    ,,,   Japanese fishermen erni-loye.
by C. S. Shiaobu,  the Nipponese fish
packer, ��� I Haa:'. rmu.
For the gre-B_ter part of the afte--
noon and late im-to the night, eighl
Japanese flshermen, who came down
from the north with the llsh, labor I
to g ��� ' ie<' scow unloaded and fho sai
mon stacked inside ihe' ohl can iei .
where it ia to be pac keel and boxe I
preparatorj t.o shipping h to Japan
via Seattle
Yesterdaj s    consignment     weigh
almosl  Ave  tuu Ired  tons,  and. dellv
ereel   ill   J ip.ili.   la   worth   bel waa'.,  $50
  and $(1 '".    Lot   "������ dog salmon   ,     ;f
., ldnni  sell   above live, six or sevi
en   .  while In Japan, a  single    ftsh
ells < tor 1 A'''"' fl��   cents.
Anolher seowload of flog sain   a I-
expertc l  fn        the northern    fli I i.e i
:������    1 in    .1 r.    Ol    lh x:    V\  '   ri
i .a,.,, lhe third i oni Ignment
.. celved here for shipment to Japan
during the season.
Barraclough    to    four young   ladle
.Miss E. Pentland, Miss F. Bowell, Ml83
il. Cill'imlei's and Miss M. Robertson.
An interesting address on the Methodist church In its educational work
in British Columbia was deliver d b.v
the principal, Dr. Sipprell, afterwhica
the presentation of diplomas in .-',:
ence was ma le by J. Q. Davidson.
Rev. F. .1. Thompson was ca,b I tp ���
hi to deliver an address on missionary
worl. in British Columhia. Th n came
ihe unveiling of the oil painting af
Dr. Crosby by the Rev. Dr, Ro'obou
Dr. Crosby made a fitting reply, after
which portraits were presentefl 8y ���'
s. Curtis, r. it. Pearson; JAmes Tufc
tie an I A. C, Wells, The principal
expects eventually to have oil paintings to replace' the photographs, an
understanding having been made to
that effect wh n the pictures were s1'-
eureil.
The Metropolitan church, of Victoria, will be asked to supply In 1909 an
oil painting of its pastor, Rev; B. Evans, D.D., and Queen's Avenue IA th
eedisi church is expected to preseni the
college with an oil painting of Rev, r.
White. This picture was promi l
by the representatives of Queen's Vve
nue church last evening. Wallac ���
Street church, Nanaimo, will suppl>
an oil painting of Rev. A. Browning,
and Wesley church, Vancouver, a
painting of Rev. Dr. Robson. A painting of Rev. Dr. Potts, of Toronto, wili
In 1909 be hung on the walls of tho
college al the expense of the college,
and a similar picture of Dr. I'arm.i'i
wid b ��� supplied by the cln,ndi in British Columbia. These pictures will
in- painted by J. w. R. Foster, of Toronto, and will cost from two to three
hiiihin il dollars each.
The i Itj   was   quiet.     Polii e   an !
i] s w< re everyw here.   The pi ���
ird   the   new douma    ae  a   farcn.
During th      ., ling of the, Csar's gre
in...   the  Bo ital  D m crats  remained
e.i the committee room and the C in
SALVATION ARMY WILL
BRING SETTLERS TO B.C
Toronto,   Nov.   15.���Tb      Sal\  *n i
Ann.,  has Inaugurate .1 a gi|      cam
Btitutiona!    Democrats    onlv    faintly paign [or which ten ocean liners have
��� ' d the Czar eiml sang the n itio.v
al  hymn  withoul  enthusiasm.
[ man in ti,
; ����� sth*t h.
J the libera      ..���.<��� name iheir man
OflkCSrs   fn"   ih"   e,,��,iim:   lerni   ni"'"
r the two
meeting places bad been fully discuss
ed by the executive ol tbe Libera, as-
Boctatioa.     St. George's hall is considered to be more convenient, partly
J     Walter Hn bi. preriiiii'!.';  Ra'pti \\ i   ,,a i(count of the fact that the aevera
I  ���OO^-Stee-pie -1-;���--.t: :   S. (I.  Tiel>.  sec:
}'tary-tW**''!."!".      .-m-i-ihi v��-   e'eum ."
} elected as \,,\i,,,-.>-.
RIGHTING   BOYCOTT
OF   LABOR   UNIONS
POWER   PROBLEM   AGAIN
TROUBLES VICTORIA
Washington, D. C.Nov.lB���The caBe
of the Buck stove & Range company,
of St.   Louis, againsi    the  Am rlcan
J   Thomas T irnhull.   V.   A.  .Uihnelro,  W
3. 81oan ninl   ll.  Ilairisou.
If Was iie ii. It (1 In hold niietiii-a
leefcly dui'ni'.' ihe winter I'm Iho dis
CUtsiOn Oi ..ajhji"!s of .amoral 'nfered
to the party. The nn ehiima will h"
Odd .On ti id",', ev.aiias. Ralpli Wi!
���O* #11) .iI��� ��� Ii -.,., an addr-'ss wv Kri-
day ewtpina  nn civic  mailers.
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f
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HMant   Starfish   Caught.
Bsl'ltaghe'ii. X.ev. i:, whil" listi-
lng:.fe*'ci'ah.. i,:T iii,. end nf S homo
dOCk/'Ulis ai", li:,'.:; snllle hee\s hauled
to the SUr' ie-    .    i hrii'  ml   a tweiilv-
��nne|:��t:'. .'        t: <~ eeea'iro is per-
fucflyMri!""!, and nie-iisur s two feet
in,fll#?t i.
committees will be able to convene In
Bpecial rooms io discuss certain matters, a feature which could not be carried oul if the meeting were held u-.
riie Assembly hall,
The meeting will be opened at two
o'cl ed; in the afternoon, and will occupy si'veral hours, Something like
nm' hundred and thirty delegates are
i xpected to be in attendance from the
country districts, while New Wesl
minster will be represented hy th"
inriv delegates elected at the meeting
bold on Tuesday evening. The principal business of the meeting will he
,i,. le'Mi.iu of a candidate to represent the Liberals of this distl'.Ct "I
the next Dominion cl��ctlon.
Federation of Labor io enjoin ihe Ke.l- ,|;ll.k]1(,^    Manager Lttbbe, of the Es-
eraiie.n from boycotting'the products qulmal( Water com|Sany, has officially
notified  the   B. ('.   Electric Railway
of the plaint ill' company, was given a
bearing yesterday. The case uafl attracted widespread Interest becauw
eif the facl thai the ultimate action In
Vita] principles of Organized labor anl
possible Car-reachlng developments of
a  political nature.
The bill In equity cites the powerful
organization of the federation and th ���
methods by which, il is claimed, the
entire' forces of the federation are'concentrated on an especial boycott In
this case while the application of tin
Sherman anti-trust law is only Incidentally involved It do s not. InVOlVO
the question as to whether ihe quotations "Unfair" and 'We don't patron-
i'e" lists cons.U ita    n unlawful _oy-
colt   . ��*��	
aln .id.    i een   chartered.      Th ���   Qrst
an h,  numberln ; mu   thi u an I, will
a ave Live r. ool em a spec! l C ina liau
Paclfli   Railway Bteamer  Kensington,
of the Dominion line, and are to be
taken on arrivel at Halifax direct ������<_
British Columbia In two Bpecial trains
Victoria, Nov. 16.���If rain does not I m charge of s|ecial army officers,
come within two weeks from this date     This consignment Is being sen
the  residents of Victoria  will b<   In | British Columbia on account oi  winter weather making it inadvisable to
place Ihem   in  Ontario  or   the   North-
wesi.    Later shipments  will  be distributed on farm lands in Ontario and
sister provinces.
The motto of the army is to put
them on the land, effort being made
to secure a class of people tit for farming operations. The 11 ret consignment
consists largely of Scotch people, anl
will include a largo sprinkling ot dome stic servants.
company thai they cannot supply any
water for power purposes after a fort'
night from today unless rain coins ie,
the meantime. Tha tramway eompa
11 y already have their steam plant ':,
use and is using il for running the
cars. It Is not sufficient for both
transportation and light. The streets
of Victoria are lighted by the municipal plant, but the ri>sidents obtain
their light from the tramway company. The rain sei far has not heen sufficient tn affect materially the amount
of water in the' res rvoirs and only
yesterday it was announced that a se ���
iii"'-' i ak had occurred and a million
gallons of water a day had 'pen grin-,
to wast3 for a month pHBt
J. C. Hrown will leave for Victoi i.i
this afternoon, where he will he engaged for a few days in his duties as
���i heri s commissioner. The oommisr
sion will eminence its sittings on
Mondaj morning, and I ' not likely
that   l.i"   '    s'no. g   \. il;     e   '  aa. It ;,il
' et : ��� Thu    lay or Fridfty.
The hig log which floated down the
river past New West minster abort
three months ago in tow of one of
Messrs. tiilley Bros.' tugs, has created
quite a stir iu San Francisco, as maybe seen by the following extract from
the Oakland Tribune of September 25:
"To all seekers of strange sights,
none shoul 1 miss the unusual Biiecta-
cle at Long wharf of a piece of timher su feet long, 5 wide and 8 thick.
weighing 20 tons and containing 11.-
100 feet of lumber; It is the largest
single piece of WOOd ever shaped by
the hand of man. The import duty on
it amounted to over $"i0.
"To gain an idea of its immensity
il is only necessary to state- that it
would cove:-, were it made Into flooring, a hall 120 feet square. A plane;
walk fool '.'.ihe- and inch thick cut
from this gianl timber would reach
two miles and shi teet, or if strips
of wood an Inch square were stretched alon: the ground it could furnish
material sufficient to sive a length or
22 miles .and 1280 yards.
"The curiosity came into port yesterday on the live masted American
schooner Snow and Burgess, under
command ol Captain A. II. Sorensen,
lt was felled last winter in the heavy
white pine forests of British Columbia
and hauled down to Vancouver bay on
snow-sleds. Owing to its Immense
bulk ii had i be Bawed ami square l
bj hand. The planing mills h id io
machinery capable of handling It. It
was taken on deck of the Sn a, and
Burgess (rom the water and two powerful tackles were used in the w< rl .
Tin 're is not a knot mi the timl er and
it is equally as large on one i nd as
on the other.
"All of yesterelay and most of todav
were consumed in lifting and placTng
ley means of jack screws and tackles,
the giant, from the boat onto two flat
cars. It is consigned to the Western
Engineer and Construction company,
who Intend tb use it upon one of th Ir
large dredgers working in the min "
near Placerville i o the Seacram ntei
river."
California has always had ibi- mutation of being the home of big lr*M
but appai-' inly the giants of the south
have been forced Into the bark seal*
by the big toothpick from this province, The tree, was out about ��our
years ago by Messrs. Gilley Sr ii. ���v>'1
their I'ii i rivei limits, lt was haule..
to the water by a donkey engin-, and
nol i n snow-sleds, as the Callforni i
new bi aper states. The tree waa cut
to guard a. i Ins I Its falling on the logging cami., as the venerable and massive gianl looked too threatening in
the loggers (rom the bunk-houBa. After getting the monster Into the river.
Gilley Bros, coul i p irsuade no mill
compan? i i attempl to saw it, an I
they flnallj disposed of ll I > the Pacific Coi ' Lumbi r '. ompany, and th ���
stick was later hip] ed :" Calif ml i,
as Btal   I.
W.   R.   Gil '  n   i n   I 11   : ���   "ii'
trip 1 -      '. ��� an across the bl ���
stick qu   ������        iccidcnt, an ;       o
. , , i     ���     | acqual    mce    Tha
log wa       . ;      a   ���
tons, that 1 veil and
was hauli I onto ma
and hewed.
OUTLAW SHOT DEAD
BY NIISIH OFFICER
Kamloops, it. t'., Xov. 15.- The outlaw, Stout, wanted (or the shooting o(
Williams at Little Fort last week, was
Shol and killed last evening about
thirty miles north of Kamloops, hy
Charli s McLean, a member of the pur-
suing posse.
Stout had been lurking in the bush
since the crime, but three nights ago
descended to the river, stole a canoe
and dropped down stream. He was
seen by an Indian woman, who informed the police. Stout did not travel far, hut took to the hush ag,ain, the
posse locating him at dusk last night.
When called upon to surrender, he
Qred, slightly wounding a man named
Cordon. McLean then hied, the bullet penetrating Stout's neck, caus'ng
instant death.
a
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PAGE  TWO
THE DAILY XEWS.
8ATURD/W
NOV
ATOBI
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1   MARKET
I   REPORT
As Tailors���
We are happily
able to give you a
better fit, better
style and better
quality for your
money than you
can get elsewhere
Select Overcoats
for Business Wear
Cheviots .--Black, Grey
and Fancy Weaves in
self colors.'.	
$18.
In the matter of comfort and style these
cannot be surpassed.
H. L. DEBECK, Exclusive Agent, New Westminster.
"<i    v   ��)���*.. ir    ���    O    i    *.    <>    <>   ���
' a
at thi   ���   ��� ��� a i. :���
ri ���..   .
Po ' ��� a little more
.i.'inai. I than       ��� t wi
The :
ol   ol... r line -    n i     in a vei
Tin. attendance �� as large and   i a I
B :.     fail h   ..a'.,' .
Meats.
1 i ��� '-aaid',' oi    eel '������ is nol   .-
tiful as in  previous weel qui' i
equal in the  demand,      Price    were
lil   i ents   per   |i iund   I n   hin Iquar-
ind Fro . 5 I nl    I  r fronts.
Quota tons  were no Urn   as  tue>
were lasl week.
Lamb nml mutton th a fair
supply,    bul    cleared   oul  readily ul
the old price s of ft oni 12 to 13 cenl -
for mutton and  from  11 to  IS cen
for lamb    The steel  ol \ al     a   a
quite short, with consequent Arm prices.   Small cai it 11 cent -
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A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUH
WILL BE GIVEN AWAYiB
J
-to
Just What You Want for
the Wet Weather
i
Condensed
Advertisements
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Men's Oil Clothing, all sizes, all lengths.
Men's Black Rubber Coats,  all sizes.
Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes.
The New "Mud" Color Rubber Mackintosh, for autoing, street wear or
driving.
T��
ItENT-
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ME FURNISHED BED
room,
:a a
 rary.    Ap]
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set.
TTIOR  SAL
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PIANO,    PRAI
riCAL
Ij   new
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easl:
musl
s. 11.
Ad
ress ri   c.  AL
, News
i.'lo .'
a i ound and I iie'
in '.i cents.
Produce.
Buttei Bold al I he old
30 lo 35 ci
11.      T
f-Mrit _ri'.Li->
iii! corner lot, Carnarvon stree*
Ten rooms, bath, furnace, stone foun
dation.    Price ?5,500.   Apply '/... P. 0
Box fcri::
ci ats  retail, while  the  jobb .    managed Lo    icure   i fev      mdred do
ni   .".a ci ms.     i still in. i
sl rang demand.
Poultry.
Poultry quota     n a lltt'.i   fii
STORIED  HOUSE   mDr :i:u' some stock even .sold at bet-
I
ter prices than  prevailed   last wee'.:.
y.'. ihi  for fron    -   -
a. ami  i he  gem
ens broughl  rrom $ I -���"��� I      ��� ������'   ������ .   i;
en.    rhe    i] l was an ;n
ne, and undei       ���       '.       nd the
entire stock wa I on       r i i-
Apply to i !_���'> of ducks i\   - fai
City. V a        mil      S i : on ; QllOtal     li -     V
    from $6.50 to $7.50 a   lozen.
INTED���POSITION   AS   SALES- Fruits.
lady,  or  as  nurse   for  Invalid. |    There was a small ol iring   i   pea
  pud    ilpplc.,    W.'le.      -oil      I    .-;.���'
  $1.25 a box respectively,   Th   -���
TTTANTED-A NUMBER OF JiRSTifor -.,���.,  wag stron)
VV ���   class  laborers.    Apply to Quit.    ,jrisk  ���.]ti, th(. (.;. .   (
JAPANESE   LADIES   WANT   GEN-
eral housework    for    month, o,'
washing r!o:hes by the day.
s. Matsumura, I'. 0. Box 291
W
Apply at this oflice for addreS
THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRAE? INCLUDING   IL'.".    VOLUMES
HANDSOME   CASI-:   WILL  BE GIVEN BY  VOTE TO
SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESI
Cl RING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   OV   VOTES   ,
LOWING   MANNER :
The merchants listed  below will   gh     i Ith   ea
e haso one vote. /
Thn contesi   began   Aug.  23rd,  1907.    and  wlll  i
190S, at 7 p. m.
.  ballot    ��� \ :    placed In D   S. < lurl la & Co
. ,e'< a an   to  bo deposit i I
At il. -    of I be conti   I : -   Lo Ige, Soclel
havio     ���      Ived    the    largesl numbi r of vote - v. Ill hi
libi ary.
Current  accounts   when   pi nn        paid an   enti led
Remember, votes can  '-'������ .-��������� ... i by trading with I
ed  below.
Library  Is on exhibition ai  VV,  E, Fall i'  furniture
U. S. Curtis will count the votes.
W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
The Wardrobe Ciothiei
I
I
ley, iv ar Small <fe Bucklin'e.
W'.\.\ I .".!<    BY      Vol NG      LADY,
room and board, con von ie'in 'o
posl offii   .    Apply K��� Box 693.
VV
out.
I'I     sup pi;    ol     ..' .:  ���      .
: : a numbi r ol sal  .we     n    le
:. om $1S a ton.      \ la ���
onions sold at %2'b a sack.
"ANTED    TWO     WOMEN     POJ
pre g   al  iae' Royal City Dj
Worn    ojjpo Ite I he  Premier hotel.
H'
LMER PIGEONS FOR SALE.   AP
piy    ib  O.   Box 537,  New  Wi   '
minster.
Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist  and Fur
Dresser
26 Ptnder St.. Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.   ]	
+ I Apply Box 5 i
���
:
���
NE   LARGE    FRONT   ROOM   TO
t; Ivan i. < tc.   Third avenue,
second     nouse    from    sixth    street.
WAX TED���POSITION- AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; best of references. Apply
ri., P. O. Box 693.
Jjj APANESE BOY ATTENDING
T O school wants work with good fan)
��� lily   in   return  for  room    ami   hoard,
House of Quality F. CRAKE
Make a Clean
Breast of it...
English Watchmaker
Two   dorjra   from   Ceo. Adams,  Grocer
WESTMINSTER     REALTY      EM-
ployment Agency    supplies   all
kinds of help free to contractors and
employers. Phone "ti6; P. O. Box
:_6S; 266 Columbia street. Call and
see our list of city lots, houses, acre-
Ladies'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Agent lor the celebrated South Bond
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic  hlxoedition.    All  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; charges reason
able.
Westminster iron Work
IU   .-.MilMl
age and farms.   We can suit you.
Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Paia
��� IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Block    N#w We��titfln��Ur, H.C
VICTORIA  SCHOOLBOYS ARE
STRENUOUS EXCLU8IONISTS
Victoria, B. ''.. Nov. 1; Co iinl
bave been made ; hal �� bite ; < . - hav ���
made an organizi I Item i pr ven!
Chinese pupils from attending th ���
Rock Bay and Central schn els. I:
seems thai gangs of enthusiastic
youthful i xclusion league sj mpai ri :
ors have heen congregating at thi cor
ner of Herald an 1 Douglas streets an I
also al some poinl between Chinatown
anei Rock Bay school and nol allowing
Chinese pupils to pass them on thei ���
waj to school. On s-ve ral occasions
tho kids have been assualted and In
some cases prevented from going to
sc hool ni all. It is pro able that the
police will lake the matter in lian I
and make it lively for the transgressors.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEW3
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Ladies' and Children's Flannelette
and Woolen Underwear
These disagreeable days make one feel that
they   need   some   good   and   warm   clothing.
Before purchasing elsewhere, step in and
have a look over our Range. It is well worth
considering.    Goods and Prices right.
The White House!
UK
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH   &   LO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under new  managemeni i
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
Sporting   Goods.  Gen.   Repairing
I).   S.   CURTIS   6.
Di ugs
A.   J.   BIRTCH
Dry    Goods
West   End   Gre    ���
THE   DAILY    NEWS   P
Daily   and   Weekly   I
MOREY   &   CO
Books .''nd  Btationi
O.    BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate   (
fecteens.      Ice    C I"
CENTRAL   LIVERY   STAj
S.   H.   1 hoi  pson,  Pre;,
jelwt
���If
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patron.-,
as well as prospective customers, that new style of eye- j
glasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods, 11" wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to i���.-'.
Same   old   address:
1334 Hastings SL      VANCOUVER
r-w^i��� '	
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia Stree!
���$��
S*Wa&Xa&M^^
W.   E.   FALE'S
Get a new SHIRT or a n i     ,     oi
them from among o ir sl
for the preseni  season.    M ij e your
Linen closei  nee ri    till more re pi n
ishing���Bay  ea  the matter of Cellars,
Cuffs,   Handkerchiefs.  e*x.
In Underwear. S-cks, T es and
Gloves, we can give you complete and
lasting satisfaction    for little money.
Our stocks are selected with a view
to sterling quality and durability as
well as recentness of style.
LET   US   BE   YOUR
HABERDASHER.  . .
J. Eugene Brown
P.   S.���OVERCOATS.
WE ARENOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50   per   cent,
on  a   SAFE or CA0H   REGISTER
rri'.N'i.kAL MAOH1NK
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BK1UU1C and
STRUCTURAL IKON     v\UKK.
Ornamental   Iron   worn,   inciudlnf '
Fences, Gates, Fire hiscapes, etc. STEIN   IMPORT  & EXPORT CO.
Mail orders nnd correspondence In  :
vlted. Vancouver, B. C-
1 510 Richards St.. Phone 211.6
JOHN REID, 	
DEG-BIHl BTKMMT. I r
Maw  V>.'..v.fmlDr.t.nr. t*. O. 474. i I
ADVERTISE IN THE   NEWS1 ��2
CGOKSLEY'S
Well  Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of N'ew Westminster and  dist-ict
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
*__TAdvertise  the town  we  live in  riv
mailing Picture Post Cards to joi'f]
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japanese Labor Contractors
Xew Westminster branch P. O,
liox  fi45.
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The Best of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART TURNOUTS
GOOD HORSES
Phoni! 251)
Eighth Streel
ten
 ^^^^^^_m
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPEB
 !____
Mi
>���< lam the pioneer  Furniture anl  iioiisi.   I''ui n,  lun: -    liiaV.. ���'   J^g_
;���! Director and Embalmer, aud I will sell you anything lu mj
'���j and will givo you hetter i    ie than you can ge ���   W__%
J        the city    Try  in . ��� JT. 1
|��j Wall   Papers  in   endless,     iirety.     Oilcloth  from  25c up.    Cn
Vl��
Matting  from   15c  up.     :   aoleums   from 45c   up. Curtain St
ers, the   best   made, $2._     per    set.       Carpets,   all    grades
mi
:2fW
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^^B^^^^^^m^^H^^^Hi    .<>_���-.-,,   H.��-^H^^__^__^__i__^__^__^        um uc .-f--_^_^_^-H-^-a_^-^-^ .'   ^_^_^__
���; prices.    Iron  Beds, wlm     and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.   Pfi \_sty
V; ambulators and Go-Carti   of all descriptions. t^m
iBro
YOU  REQUIRE   A
NEW SUIT
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
Dan STEWART
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
'��j   All kinds of job work and repairing done on shortest notl     !'   |
>J  able prices nnd satisfaction guaranteed.    New goods arriving
A   I have sold the block and am still dolus business in the same ^^
*:*:*:aj:a:a&:*':.+:*2<*>:az*w^
__m
r. J. TRAPP & c\
Rapid EaV'%
Grinders T\
De.;
G ___
'.'an be rim with eith    "',;l'  y    a
... -';*eti
horse  i ower or  wind i SHI  m
"unning grinders made, OTHI
tacl
Straw   anil    Fee I   ( '���'���'' �� ,
siia-s.     On:    pa!;" ���'     ��� ��� ' No.
in nl..   with   l'l'v. rsible No.
reversing the handle.   All ����1 Bai
an I  ball I earlngs. ��_.
6.1
limited
wMMa..:'ne_Mi
n -���____r__iWoi_.��ie I n leiKMiiiinWiii ATOBOAY,     CV. '3. riC7
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREE
IOPESSIONAL
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Uilding.  New   V>'.,'::.::.'I.':'.  U.  C
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UdtOr,   ' I'' I-    Lome    s;:< et.
���pOtlte COU:'   !i" .  .���.   New   Wi
M.   Phone i;
H1TE8U"    .v   F.DMO.N'nS,  Barristers Bii'! solicitors. Hl.ickie Blk.,
. j��M��   ���tre'ot,   New   Westminster.
J. Whi*"-���'���!. H- ���- Edmonds.
jjg llAMI'TON  BOLE, solid
(Of Of the supreme  .'onrt. i it'iees
TCank of  Commerce  build
Col nml a i   stri'.'t,   opposite   post
Ntrw  V. ,-r.tininster.    Money  to
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tw/rtilei :   ���-iel;ur--. -_;c        ,jf-
N*W   ^ esimihsler,   1 lapp Hik.,
Cltfksou   und   Lome   streets.
r, rooms -1 to ..4, 44IJ Crao
Joseph Martin, K. C, j
W.  ��'.  McQuarrie,  H.  A
,t. Martin  wiH  be ln th^
offices every Friday af
|g E. MARTIN', Barrister and
Blteltor, 'iuichon block, Culum-
| HcKeuzie streets, New West
r. ac.
MYERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
_ Notary l'nhlic. in practice since
91 at New Westminster. B.C. Of
I removed to Curtis Block, Clark
-atfaet. opposite Court House.
BOX l'i't.    Telephone 64.
P.  H A N S F O It D,    Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Colniiibia      and      McKenzie
K��*   West minster, ft. C.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH (OAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Bates,
(juick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul _\
AN'u ALL POINTS FAST
Steamship  tickets on  sale    to  all
European lKilnts.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tri^    _
Rate*   to   Southern   California. ���;
For full Information call os or write    ,���
C. E. LANG, General A^ent,
43(1 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.   I
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route J
for CONRAD, C'.RCRO.SS. ATLIN,  1
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON   andri*,
FAIRBANKS     Daily  trains  (except;^
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,   mail,  a t
���xpress    and    freight    connect    with |'��'
stages at Carcross and White Horse,  a
maintaining a through winter service.   !��*
Foi information apply to &
I.  H.   ROGERS, Traffic  Managei.  ��
Vancouver.  B. C. a
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E ORE FOUND     The Good   Cheer
I   IN CARIBOO COUNTRY    STORE
While Sinking Hole for Tele- For Good Groceries
graph pole, Young  Man
Makes Discovery.
;���; The place  to  buy your  Furniture at cash prices on ;���;
a .... $
the easy payment plan without interest
or extra charge
Max Freed furniture Co.
MIO
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elected
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OF TRADE      Ne v,    Wi'-'tinin
Boar.I ..:   Tnuh'    ni'.'is  in   th.'
Room,  f'iiy   Hall, as  follows:
\\v Incsilay of each  moni h,
|y    nii'i'tiims i.n  tin' secon 1
jay     of     February,     May,
.ibi,I   '\.'\''inii<'i'.   ni    s   p.   in.
Kii;, etinga   on   the   second
py    of     February.      New
^_m proposed   and
��� any monthly <er quarterly
\   E. Whin', Sec.
SOCIETIES.
AMITY  LODGE, UO. 27���
ar meetings of this lodge
ii oddfellewB' hall, Colum-
every   Monday  evening,
Visiting hrethren cor-
i-iti I    to    attend.    C.  S.
(',.:   \.\'.I>. McDonald,
i    Coatham, R. S.; ri. Q.
��� . Alex. Adams, treasurer.
WHEN  GOING EAST     f        62 & 64 Ml^ St fet' ^WW!, B. C.
i Complete   House:   Furnishers ��
^SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER I*
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"   '*   *"  "^  Pr��rr'Pt'y  ����^ed-, carefully packed free of ch.rfle
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;tte
that
ling.
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orth
>e
llT.ll.
IAL   ORDER   OF   EAGLES,
"   Meets every Tuesday
8 p, in., in the Eagles'
[umbia street.   P. .1. Lynch,
II. Schofteld, Secretary.
���FRASER LOCGE No. 3
cs the first nnd third *ues
each month. Visitinc
fe corelhilly Invited to attend.
room. A. i��. t'. W. hall. Oriel-
Bblork. Clarkson ".treet, O.
Igaii.   rei'oi'ler:   Oo.  Bar-on,
prkroan.
.unlit Trains  Every  Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
F.niboilie- the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
md LUXURY. It is lighted with
, hoth electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated tmin in the
world. The equipment consists of u_S
private compartment cars, standard ��8
td section sleepers, luxurious dining ! tiva
���ar. reclining chair cars (seats free), g��j]
modern day conches and buffet, li-
hrarv and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables,   Folders, or  any
furthrr  information  call  on or write   W
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wi
tj larti   in.nine In Cai [boo bai
ceased   o create an) thing neai ing ex
citemenl  for tbe discovers ��� ol    late
have ne't been of such a a
as in warrant excitement.   Quite lat<
1.. .  ho\Vev< 1 .  a  ili--iai\<'i J   ol   bOl lil''' 01  '
was madi  thai warrants investigation,
and as often be< n the caa i, it in iu a
| localitj   lhat   has   been     travelled     bj
thousands of person.-, Including min
Ing men looking for jusi sum proper
ties.
Bome two or three years ago l-'.'
si Laurent, s young man and resident
of Quesnel, while sinking a hole for a
telegraph pole struck rock that attracl
eii his attention enough for hlm to re-
member thai it was unusual in app a"
anoe from the country ruck and hii
subsequent action iu keplng the find
to himself and mentioning ll afewdays
ago to T. .1 Corwln, a prospector, \t
an admission that be bad an idea II
was valuable.
Il<' look Mr. Corwln to a polnl "U
the Quesnel-Barkerfleld road nearlj to
the ':'. Mill' House, and removing tbe
soil to a depth of aboul three feel di
closed nn iron capping of about i^ or
is inches, ihis removed, the bronlte
me was discovered. Eight clalmi
were Btaked at this time and Btnce,
many more have been stal.' .1.
Mr. Corwln found a wall on one Bi Ig
Inn failed iei find the other wall with
in 18 feet, bo thai the width of th i
ledge Is undetermined. The trend of
_ I tin" vein which Mr. Corwin in rave';
to be "true fissun'." is northwest and
southeast. Al Intervals tor thre''
miles or more outcropplngs have been
discovered  ending al   the  canyon on
Cheap
Pants
Overcoats
Reefers
Cardigan   Jackets
Underwear
Free'Silverware  Coupons With
Each Purchase
Free Delivery to All Parts
of the City
Kyle & Son
The Home of Plenty
'Phone 276       255 Front St.
IT'S FINE!!
Mail Service
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OF COLUMBIA LODGE No,
80NS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
Rose Den iv meets Sivond and
��rth We<lii"-<lav  of each  month,
_K. Of P.   Hall,  Columhia St..  at
in.. White Knee Decree, Fourth
Inesda      in    ,��� wb.  month,  same
and  I'iaee..     Visitim.   Brethren
Illy III    1  '' I       !'     I..   We leliei'   pi-
t, M. 1':        '      '-��� ���������'������:'���'.
ifc.
IJjUUNETTE,   No. 4039,   I.O.F.
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l.'enirth Frhlay in the
o'cloi k, In the Bmall
lows' block. viKltinR
cordially Invited to at-
Rushton, C. R.;  F. P.
OURT Ho''������.'. '    '.uviatA. Nc. Bisca.
A.-0. .F.- i' ���               "���
thU Lo4�� '"' 'I
and FVwri    , a1'
8 p. ti'. ���'���_��� <������  ' y..'b
lSltlULg    l: '    '"'.'al,
Ited tt a"-.! '  'Oi, ' . it.,
UM:.'..
H   ROYAL    Tiae.,  L/aeS   OF   TEM
'KRANCl      li.'"l       "MT\     W'e'.llH'sda .
8 :ofeloe I.    ,.  ni..  in  O'l'iiellowa'
Oolii'al ,:.       i-tri '���'.        Visiting
t& 111"  eeinllaily   ilM'ile-el   lo  ut-
B llaggman,    S. ri;    N.  k.
irown, 8''. ��� m. :���
WaCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
iReTlON, LORD OF THE ISLES
Hhl.���Metis on tho First and
SPuesilay of every month in
OVF. Hull. .iohn McNiven,
if; J. .I. Fori    -ler. Roc. Sho.
Q$h'0. *%P.���-Royal   City   Lodge,   No.
'    ���Me.SU     ill     (I.Ml'rieev.-'     Hull,     Cell
UmbU 8ti'i"l, ,-\, ry   I'liilay ��� u n.n.;
YS    ftt 8 O'cloei.     \'isi,in_t hn ihren  will
be made w<-ie���'.:..".   cu. cov, sm.
C.B. lOaboi'U",   l'.   li     n ��� i ��� < >: 11. n __;   S""
slice"
!HIR     FRATERNAL
include tl
and A.
io. 17, A
No. 1150;
Bapperto::
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Brotlwrh
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SOCIETIES.
'nlon Lodge, No. 9, A.
King Solomon Lodge,
and  A. M.;   I.   0.  L.
i.  I...  No.  1593;  Court
a  1683, I. 0. K.;  C. 0.
mini t, r,    N i.    3110;
it Ov b . X ���.:  So. 22:
Betltoh"Rr>ii,ih,,h   |.,���; ;    ,,.
0.fc
Dispatched by C P. K. train ai 8:35
a. ni.; close B a, m.
Sumas and Seattle, via Hunttngd in,
dully.
Millside   No.   1,   daily   except   Sunday;   Sapperton  Na   1,   dally  except
i Sunday.    Mails Received al  6 Uo p.m.
Dispatched  by  li. C. ICleetri-: railway
Co., 7:45 a.  in.:
Vancouver, No.  1,  dallyexoept Sundays.   Return mail received 9 a. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train. K-ir. a.m.:
Cloverdale, Niooauekl, Port lielU,
Hazelraere, Hall's Prairie, Bon Accord, Blaine anei Si-aitl.' {all points
iu Washington and soul l. also all
pi ints in e istei n sctates i, daily excepl Sunday. Return mails received
al 3:30 p. iu.
Clayton, Tuesdays and Thursdays
Tj nehead, WedneeJ i s and Sa! i\
days.    Return mail neoeived Mondays
.ind   Frl lays.
Dlspa'tchi i i y B. <". Eli : 11 ��� railway,
10:30 a. in.:
Vanco : er No. 1; Vi. : ria, No 1,
'   i   ral   Park,   d exoe]     Bunda;
Return  mall re el.""  at  ;.' p, m.
' ii    nti hed       carrh      1:13 p. in.:
;: 1.1  Burnaby,   lallj  ei -: nday
i:, : irn mails rei eived al  1:10 p. m.
Dlspat.e bed bj carrier 12:00 noon;
Timbi rland, T :��� laj s s n I Fridays
Ite'tiirii mai! i received Tue idays and
Fridays,
Dtapatched by c P, R, | ent l ;::u p.m.
daily (closes dally al the ssmo
time during winter months:
L&dner, Westham island, Port
Guichon, Steveston, Sunbury. dilri
except Sunday. Kel urn mails received from 9 n. in. to 11  a. ni.
Woodward's, Wednesday ami Saturday, Return mall on Wednesdays and
Saturdays.
Vancouver, N'o. I!; Victoria, No. '.'..
and Burnaby Lake; closes al 3:30 p,
in.: daily execepl Sunday. Return
mails received al ti p. ni.
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    <u
2  p. in.
Dispatched by (!.N. Fyler, 4 p, m.i
To southern    points,    dally except
Sunday.     Return  mail   11   p. in.
Dis;,atched  hy C.i'.R.  train  al  8:15  p.
in., mall doses ai 2ri:o p.m.:
Calgary ami Vancouver, No. 90 (0
P. R, east, second mail). Return maii
reci i red al  I p, m.
Sapperton, No, 2; Millside, No. i_;
Coquitlam, daily except Sunday, Return mail received at i p, m.   ,.,-   .
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
1 'i:    NT  8TREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
-?i-3.2;iri_
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roller
Rink
ENGLISH   BAY
Music
Afternoon and Evening
the QueBnel river.
Mr. Corwln likes the appearance of  Evei'V   Week   DllV
the or ��� ami Its apparent quantity bot
|. r. than  an; thing  he has see n on  the
coast. He lie:   taken a 50-pound sam- 'Phone 3465
ple 'o have' it  assayed, and If satrilrie-
lory wm rei ui n to the property era
sink a shaft.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
CDIN  REPLACES PAPER .   __. _
in eastern banks   Mineral Waters, ttc.
Aerated Waters,
New  Vork,   Nov, 15    The    clearing
Inula, announced  today thai  Bomi   of Family Trade a Specialty,
the  clearing  housi  certificates  lssu?d Tel. 113.               Office, Eighth  Btreet,
a week e.r two ago In behalf of Bome new Westminster, b. 0.
small  banks  have now   been  retired  ���	
from circulation, the banks now belmj Westminster
able to meel their balances wlEB ctCBh. ^_^
The bankers In charge of the Issuing | |"cUTlS I Cf   CZO
of certificates declared thai thi  show;
ihat  Hnanclal conditions are fasl be-
'ifflco "Phono 18B.
Bnrn  l'none 157
Columbia St.
\WBBSBffi
��� Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
*> ~   ��� ���    "~������ ~
��� Will  be  held in Columbian College, :,
X            commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
��� For rates apply at the College. f
��� 1         ���
��� W. J. SiPPRELL,       ....       Principal  1
I *>
(,���!������-���������+��������������������������* -^r-vvi ���-���:���':"������. ������;�������������������������������������������������'������������>������������< *
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Bank of Montreal
BSTABLISHBD 1817,
'.-���.PITAL |I4,40Q,00U.00
Rt_.__F.r_v;''      $11,000,000.00
���'   i I   roughoul Canada and Newtoundland, and   In   London,   England
.. .\   Sfork, Chicago and  Si   l.ano, D.S.A., and Mexico Cltj      e\ Qer
i ' ,i Bankin ���  Bu   a ss Tran   ��� I id.
a'..-   o* Crodlt Issued, available witl  correspondents In all Darts ae' the
'.'.������ : :.
j,v 3_int< Department.    Deposits recelvi i In Bums of %\ and upward?,
��� ai Interesl allowed at 2 per cent per annum (pn  snl rate) added
rir.r times a year.
���->f;ii  Aesets over $168,000,000.00,
Open every Saturday evening from 7: 30 p.  m.  to  9  p.  m.
���."riv  WESTMINSTER BRANQH O,  D.  BRYMNER, Manager
9
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  B,  WALKER, President. AI.IOX.   LAIItD,  General   Mnnnger.
BANK   MONEY   ORDERS
Issued al the following rates:
$.1 and  itiuler    2, cents
Over $5 and nol exceeding $10  ii cents
Over $10 an i not exceeding $30 io cents
Over $.">() and nol exceeding $"ih..' 16 cents
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR at any office in Canada of a
Chartered Bank (Yukon excepted), .,mi ai the principal banking points In
the  Unite 1   States.
Negotiable at a fixed rate at
THE  CANADIAN  HANK OF COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
Thf' form  an  e.\(!'llent   method of remitting  small   sums  of  money with
salety and al  small cost,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���II. 11. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY EYIiNIKGS 7 SO TO 9 P.M.
coming normal and thai tha strain on   Baggage delivered    promptly to any
the small banks is heing relieved. part of the city.
One   square   piano   $a<>,     al   Todd'B
mUBlC   house. ***
Light and Heavy Hauling
' Offi cn���Tram Depot
The Northern Bank
Head Office, Winnipeg
SIR   DANIEL   McMILLAN,   Pres,     * J.  W.  DeC.  O'GRADY,  Gen.   Mgr.
Authorized Capital, $6,000,000
Will Open for Business ors Monday, November llth
248 Columbia Street, New Westminster
A Western Institution
For Western Peonle
Every description of Banking busine; s transacted
Special Terms for Savings  Deposits
Correspondents in all parts of the world
Banking by mail a specialty
Tbe Northern  Bank  Is the  Only Canadian Bank With
Its Hanrt Office in the West
1 RYALL'S COUGH SYRUP^
PRICE   50c
Money   Back  If  Not   Satisfactory.
 AT	
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m PAGE  TOUR
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
BATUncj
THE DAILY NEwS
Pu I! a I I ,           Xews  P e
I   .
offices, comer of   Sixth   a i I   l' ��� ������
streets, New Westminster,  B. ri.
E.   A.   Paige Managing   Director
so
missioner on making payment,
.. .   future litigation.
v       mt  r, Xov. ri 1107.
��� i  le R.   W.  9    '
of State, 11:1 awa.
Winter  In   Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Nov.  15.���It  would Seem
If winter bad c ime al  last.     T.i
I elay the river is com] leti ...    rozen ov-
nd to such a dcpl h as to suppor!
ttes pi. seated for   the  tvelghl  o
ruckles      o      who
SATURDAY.  NOV.  16.
��� alned by Japanese lal lon  amouni 'I    i i $r:,-
576-25.    As i ol int i Mi. al lon belli ..   ���    menl of actual
ni -���   c msul it<    has   not
���i   anj   accounl   foi
incurred  In  preparation of < stimati :
��� ���                                                         and   claim ���   ae. slonal  aer-
RECIPROCITY.                         ���    of 'e tinsel, who appear d before
In  ihe numerous   elections    which     ie commission on behalf of the Jap-
took plac   ui the l nited States a few   ;
,!���,.       o,   hal    ii      ���  nior of Massachusetts bad a  kind of academic In-
���..,   , . '     - tela] kind   ���    C aadiaus   clUtated the examination, In my opia
s ��� e.riM  with Canada was the   i,,:i ���� Japanese .���ousuiai.. should be
principal plank In the platform e I
upon lt.
ration of estimates
ence of counsi
and
h . t*e
claims and
greatly fa-
Democratio candi late He was d -
feated; bui it does nol therefon Co'
low that reclprocitj with Canada ri a .
unpopular Bcheme In Massachusetts,
Thl. elec li n was like any othi r polit-
h al part) election lu I ial respi cl
the onlj , blnl actua Ij di ';.' id tva1.
thai   th    );��� p iblii an.  won.    Nov,   .: ���!
then slngl i a   little
tn qua ' I " ���"   -'
ele . ..'       . .���   :   ���!   fi   :-
I
ii   ii. ist  Le ning" q m   In
Ihe ord ���        on. what I
the poii a       a rule
le issues���
rs.    Li
this Massachus
Ivocate opposed  by  o
map   .       had the sti    o he on-
ponen so   that pollcj. for I ae. slmpl.
reason I hat, 111 tie        b ������-1 tariff
revh lon,   hi ��� I    re Iprocltj    still
less.
As  .      thi     Ce ling    of   Cana liana
aboul roi        with    the    United
State .the Glol e (T ironto) is pro-
babl; righl In i.s opinion that, while
it is ti thai mo ii of i iiem ��������� . ���..
studii il the mai . ��ould weh ome reclprocitj If i, ie ... bro ighl aboul in
a proper way, on terms fullj ���> .. r red
as fair by Cana la, it Is also true
' thai i!i ��� Vi bole sui jeel d es noi pos-
i'ss foi ��� a a,ns the inter*' ii 11 once
did.    The feeling has become general
amount  expend* I    n
connei Hon and I would ,th refore, re-
il: ullj r commend thai in addition
to pa ��� menl of a< tual los ��� s and dani-
.   . ln< I        i i, an ula lon
ai   Vancouver, Japanese < onsulate be
- i th     .na of $600, ��� \|> a.I el
I      reparal lon of estimates and claim -:
and   .i all d em accounl of legal ex-
, ��� a, im ol one I housand dollars. 1 would further recommend th it
i laimanl s b< ed the sum of
$1_!9 expended by  Una,.   In        larl
claims.
. d)  W.  L.  MAC .K.W.li: KING,
Co ..��� .: sioner.
���      ra
STREET CAR  STRIKE S*jj
TIES UP LOUISVILLE \Jp
Louisville, K ��� Nov. 15.���The un! m lS^
men emploj'ed b. the Louisville Sin"! fxA
Railway company wenl on strike ti> \LJ
day for an Increase in wages and tho _\\\
reinstate aenl eu several discharged Ha
men. The i impanj employs ab >u1 11'"1
men, of whom 900 are members of the
Amalgamated Association of Suae',
Railway Employees. \ few cars were
li ad el with police. This [s . he ����� i -
ond streel car strike. Louisville haa
experienced In seven months, Tfc
. 11 Ike has suspende I all subui i tn Bervlce.
hfi     W ���
etr>tJ
If yon arc  requiring  a  Watch, we presume you i
perfect timepiece.     Every  Watch  that comes into mi
store is examined   before   delivered  to our      _!������.��<
c    ,lrOri^
We only carry reliable  makes und  guarantee (hei
give satisfaction  or  money refunded.-
Equally Welcome   to look  or  to  buy
Horace  Dorer
i
Goldsmith    Silversmith    Diamond IVferchanl
Columbia St., Nexl Tram Office
NOTICE.
l&aCfattJ&jZ&Zt&tt
-*sGE&
A   nominating  convention    for tho
l>ui'i'�� be       elect Ing a can lldate    ���   i
ai  the Lil erals of the Wei I .
ster dlsti Icl al  the nex   I ion  aloi   ���
ection, .\ 111 be held In : his cil s on
The Westminster Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co., Lid.
DIVIDEND   NOTICE
Divi l< ii Is for the half-, i ar ende ���!
31st Oci ... LOjO", a; the r ite of en
: ir cenl pi r annum, will be paid at
the head offlce of the company, 285
Columbia street, New Westminster, B
('.. on and aft< r this date.
F. J.  HART,
Managing I) rector,
.v w   Wi stminster,   B.  tri 15th  N ���-
vemher, 1907.
��� MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18
i ommi ncing al  i wo o'clock In I he  i!
ternoon-
Dele ite b > maj he ana le to at-
ti ml sh 11 appi inl i re xies and notifj
the presiding officer the co i-
venl lon open .
Signed,
J. Reid, Pres.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
PRINTING
Have you   prln lng done In
lown '.;   the local m
high     ��� rs���
Don't Worry About
Your
Jackson & Morrison
.v xi:\
Cook'
English   and American   Biliiard  Tables,   Bowling   Alleys,  etc.     New   arH
thai   '��� e should  hoe our own vow and   second - hand  tables  and  supplies in
not worry ourselves aboul what our
neighl i is doing. He will do wh il
he thinks Is hesl for himself, although
his view may be shortslghl -6 and er-
rom eus and hurtful to us. A fair interpretation of the purpose of the
Canadian pe iple would be that they
will go on doing what seems best for
themselves, bu! thai they will never
hurt : -��� es in order to hurt, their
neigh! or."
stock.
R.   H.  CLIBURN
Phone  A2698. P,  o.  Bos   1185
Bowling Alley.  Pender  Sf.,
VANCOUVER
Agent  tor   Messrs. Samuel   May   &
Co., Toronto.
Signs Painted
Anywhere
NOTICE.���Royal Citj Sign Worl -
have removed to Fourth Screet, city,
back of Guichon   Hotel.
JAS.   PENNINGTON   and
ROBT.   RICHARDSON,
Proprietors
s
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion     Trust    Building
Opposite Post Office
ADVERTISE  IN  THE DAILY  NEWS
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elect you om the fii    I  Btock of   < hri tmas
ever had, YOU CAN BUY NOW and we'll   :
MAS  EVE. . ���    ,:,.   time you say.     \::,| M a       ecial openli
a ��� thre    special bargains  i'e, ��� two ,\.,   .���
Saturday and Monday
Nov. 16 and 18.
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The Daily News has no objection to
complying with the request, of Mr.   I.
N.  Muir  to keep  the matter of t're.j'
school books before tho people,    Not
that wl- are prepared to dogmatically
demand  thai school  books  and other
,M,;.ri-ris shall lie furnished to pupils'
in  mi our public   schools absolutely
fiee oi  cost';     we  have not  at haul
the information which would warrant
���'H>  '.V.  making    a blanket  demand  of
'feat  sort;    but we  are quite certain
that some pretty radical action in thai
direction should be taken by the government���should, indeed,  have    been
taken lung ago.   It. ought to be possi-1
ble, at  the very least, to enable pu-1
nils to get their school supplies for a ;
much lower price than they have beeei
paying, anei it  ought also to he possible to avoid the too frequent change.3
iu text books.
It a; pears thai our Western shi; -
pers are not the only ones who have
to e om] lain of "No i urs" when their
products are waiting to goto market
Similar conditions prevail all i <er rie;
world pn tty well,    ee,  lough iri   car
I ling factories are working up I i
their I'n 11 capacity. Th it i- the. statement made by an Amerii an railway
expi rt      Toi onto the other d 15.
ASSESSE!! DAMAGE!
IIEBIJ-.il.ll ONE isl!]
Vane   ; .or,    Nov.     !���"���     ..l 1 k nz ���
King, commissioner into th \ . ipa les
1 laims   Cor   damages   in   < onsteq ie ice
eif ih   r   :. lasl nighl  w i ��� notifli d by
the mai ager ci.f the Bank of Montreal
that  the   sam   of  $10,775    had     be n
placed to his credit  for the , ayment i
of the claimants according to his award.   Mr. King allowe 1 to th ��� claimants $9,036 on their claims and $13!)
for money expended In declaring them.
awarded  $600 to    Counsel  Morikawa
for the com of preparing the estimal s
and  Howard J   Duncan,    who repre- ;
sented the Japanese government, wi'l
1; celve $1,000 for his services.    The
total amouni claimed by the Japanese
wns $13,576.25.   In assessing the dam-
1... a    lie commissioner eiid urn allosv 1
anything  for  feast, or extra guards
I aj   in  cases of damage 1 1 the win-;
.   an . prop, rty whii h he thi ugh:
the 1 uanl   would  be obliged  by the
I     (lord to -a . ho allowod the claims.
A tew ('hums wore totally disallowed,
A   I'e !' .������       Will   ' e   ee' ',  l'l:t   I   lev     b     CSfll-
Prospectors'
and Loggers9
BOOTS
Our lines of Prospectors' and Logging Boots are
extensive. We show the very best shoes of this sort
that are made. Ask to see our "B. C." Logger Boots,
prices from $5.00 to $7.50 a pair; also see our C. B.
Dayfoot "King of the River" Loggers, at prices from
$4.50 to $7.00 a pair. Money can't buy better logging shoes than these two makes.
Prospectors'  Shoes
We're ready along this line with some of the
best shoemaking that it is possible to obtain. Our
prices on Prospector Boots���the same styles as cut-
start at $4.50 ancl run to S9.00 a pair.
Our "Brown Moose-Hide" Prospectors at $7,00
are the best values in B. C.
Prospectors  and  Loggers  will ba greatly interested
in our Slock of Shoes
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A  handsome  hard-wood   frame   Morris   C
with patent adjustable back, and  upholsten ,
rich  velour cushions.    Never   sold   for   h-
$10.50.    Special sale price,	
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Something for the little folks. A
and highly-finished Solid Oak Rocker,
cane seat. This rocker is built for wear, and e
thing the little folks will appreciate. It's abou
most useful and substantial present you car.
them.   Regular $3.50 value. Special sale pric
We have other child's rockers  in great
for a lot less money if you want them.
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Special 3.
And one that will soon  be sold ont.   A !
Golden  Oak  Rocker,    with   leatherette  seat
frame is exceptionally well made, being double
ed throughout.  This will prove an acceptable Cl
mas gift.    Regular value, $3.75.    Our Special
price,     s
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Mammoth Furaiti
Emporium
DUPONT BLOCK
Columbia Strei
THE HOUSE OF BIG CONTRACTS
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BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF! THE BIG ELECTRIL SHOI.
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which wfi^
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St. 'I'llf-'c''
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Beginning Monday,  Nov. 1 1, '07 we f
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TO SELL
At Almost Half Prices.
Hoy/! Why! and When!
The offer came through the agent of a leading
���inavi.'riiMiuvi' and as his discount was the lowest
favvi- olfered for sue:.! garments, it was quickly snap-
-.Jped l;]).
As the time is limited now before our Xmas
���Display, we make the price? the more irresistable.
At 9 o'clock Saturday, BE HERE, the sale
Ipegins and the go j Is will be sold, and sold quickly.
See Display in West Window
I _. . Coats ol  dark imported twe dai i   --:-'.-.  green,    brown  anl
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I        a-   modi .-. i ar I illj    ail eviJe Gi    on     oulders, ele-
Rnlahed  with  velvet   n !  wide silk bi    d on i illara and cuffs,
If-strapping In late3l  Cash! esaib]                     two alike i.i
i   entire range.    These garments v. mid s 11 earlier at $18.50, $20.   i
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them a iw at
$12.25, $14.75 and $15.2a
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Matchless Values in
Fine Furs
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Our assortmenl is admittedly the best in tho city   and covers a
^nii-v of prices sui;< d to short  pufses or long.    We ;i>u you to see
HSri   range before cl.iKisisis; a new 1'1'K this season.
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DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
STOP PAYING RENT
$600.00
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Buys  a house and corner lot near to ear.    This |
Hrented for $8.00 per month and will net
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Nev Westminster g
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v. .1. I..nch is speu ling a tew days
in the interior  in s   trip.
Dr. T. li. Levey, dentist,  Cre
club bull line:, i ... lai lia street.
The !;<������.. Robi ii Lennie ��ill pi
tomorrow morning lu I be I Hivel Ba -
h e ch. The evening service v. !1
be taken : ilee. a toi. Rev. M L.
Rugg D.D who will Lake Cor his ��� u!_
je ct, "Chrjsl lan Motherhood."
The fie e  II ���  :    conti  I  cl ises on
Januar;   23, an l  we    would    remin 1
ie  lnt< res    I    that the Wesi  En i
grocery ri the    onlj   grocery    whei i
���. ites i an    u ha 1. **���
ii ral of Louis Era ���>��� . . the
le w bo was drowned in the
' er liver (eii \\ednesday evening,
,;.    lace 3    terdaj  afternoon,    Thi
. . ���    ��� ' ed ln 1 he ' (ddfel-
lows'    . .-' e    ' rton        i   .
! ite, no 11a ���   ui any relall\
ild man li        een    i ind.
0. G. Latter!      ... fo I
: mi     ��� een teller
'        lia     Bank
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lie Northi ni Bi	
Bread er loaf.   Tui a-
.  Fourl b and Col
R. v. .1. P. Bowell, bui sar of : !o
lian college,   bas   | i aed   from
_n extended tour of the interior o|
proyim      -������    ���   In 11 e lnl i i esl eef his
college     Thi   trip is reported to i i ���
:.. n highl.'   aeIsfactorj  :rom a Bnan-
e lal and even    ther poinl of \ lew.
li       led ; ��� , .,   .
cai staffs.    Claii   ra    i ri*
the Arm    Vanco   er o
cit;   5' sti ida.    endea roi Ing  to   Infl _��� I
��� \. II. McQuarrie, cltj  treasurer,
to im    lase o     tor use in his dej
m n'.   The ma t<    will
l     BOtil <���   Of   tlie'   Cil
daj e\ mlng, when Mr. Taylor wi
preseni   t.e  dilate on  the   idvan
. ni his machine.   Thi
Is $400.
Just la.'-ii'.il for buslni s-    : bi   \\ esl
En I restaur int.   Everything new and
right;   good   bill  of   fare,   bj   X.
pura. ��** |
\ Rugbj  mati b will    e played
noon nt 41 . ���   qu
2 o'clo ..    n tb    Col
ieiall   COl Ril
��� up of Ruf
...:.  ... bo will al
���    dvi   themseh      Into a  i
oi b mtzed   club
readj   ieing an I
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One small or   in    ���'..",     ,   sna .  b
music ho **"
'I  ' or  Keary U , xpected : i a
in.lay  from the.  Okanagan dis
where  he    wenl   in  conned o ,
wiih i!. a   & i. societj  business,   He
!   e   mi eting of the Okanagan
���: a meeting In Vernon i n
Thursd ij  evening
N'ew  6-room  house, with bath  andjl
for our Christmas trade.
is the Dm  I     li ction ol High <"
o 'i  ���       ad comprises, am on .-. si    ilrs, Musi ���
Cabinets,   Buffets,   Bldeboai Is, Pi tun T anl *
, Lea   ��� ;��� Easy Chairs, Hall Furniture, etc., eti :
Von (ana     . fford to miss this showing (e;       gh clas    r
a a i       . over tne goods.
i John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium :
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such a proposition.    Sev, House on Fifth model a.    I'v. > lots each 66x132  feet.   Vou      i sell one of i its for
ts $21                                     Good terms, ta Lxhj
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DOMINION TRUST COMPANY I
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE
For cut flowers, bouquets   or funeral   designs   ti      bone  T-   Davies  & I flush closet; lol Giixl82; lane in rear;
Son, B 20S-
near   Queen's   pari
Price    $2.K>.(: i
Mr. Employer
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SAUSAGES
Gaily
Telephone 192.
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ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
Tvs o . le ii        ih        il   all
ol mon   i s     , mosl    . ihem
members of the Rove rs club, will i e
gathi red togethei late this afl rnoo.n
;in l ei match v. i.i bi plaj d at Qui en
park. A surplus ol plaj ei - bas i ime
iei the front iei the < itj since the t a-
.-.on opened, and thi boys will iiii b-e
given an opportunity to show what
, i_ l.e this afternoon. The match
will I e [iui. Ij   a prai I ce e\ ent.
Four lots on Second Street, $675
.ash. \\ bite, Shili .- & Co., 260 Colum la Si . 'Phone S5. *'*
A lew changes have been Introduced in the <ri X. it. train schedu ���   between    Vancouver    and   Sf nt t e. butl
these will not affect the arrivals or departures of trains    at the Ioca:  station.     Commencing    tomorrow,    the'
truins which now leave Seattle at S:30
and 16:35, will leave ai 8:10 an.l 16:25 ;
, respectively. i
W'lu re are .vou going next Tuesday
night?   Why. to the Baseball smoker,
of  course.      1   wouldn't   miss  seeing
that six-round boxing contest for any-1
thing. **   |
Notices have been sen; by the city
clerk to all persons, aboul SO in number, who registered at the city hail
in-ior to the first of August as household voters, and are now required to
��� appear and sign a declaration tha!
they are still occupants of the premises. The law states that the declarations shall '..��� made between Novein-
! er IS nn l D< cember 1.
Fruil ranch of iO ace.-; within 33
miles of Westminster of Vancouver,
by rail or '.>oai.    Annual net  returns
i $2500; i;i centre of good fruit growing
district.   Price $.: 0, Abbott & Hy I*,
: next Guichon hotel, New Westminster, U. C.
Private advice a received in this i:,
yester laj announ< a tha leath of iri ���
iy \yrlght, the leader of the Vernon
Fire Brlgad ��� band, whh ta has I een ���>
| feature ���>. the Provincial < xhli iti i
iu this city for some yesrs iiasi Mr
\\ right luni been a r sluenl of V "���
non for the pasl nine ir l ea .
and \va- widely respected.
She���Come up an nexi Tuesday ove-
; ning.    l.e -1  can't,    sin��� -Whi'.'    ii"
i���Because that is the night the Baseball boys have their smoker.
Messrs. .McLennan and Hurke. part-
iiers in a large contracting firm of
that name, with headquarters at Minneapolis, Minn., will arrive in this cit.
on Monday afternoon nnd will spend
a coii|ile of days investigating loot!
conditions. These two gentlemen art
financially interested ln the Miracle
Pressed Stone company, which proposes conimencing work at Sapperton '
within the next few weeks.
One English upright piano, $40, at '
Tod'l's mu3ic house. ***   ;
The local brunches of tbe Bank of
(rimmei'ce and the Royal Bank have
recently added Burroughs adding ma-
chlr.es to their equipment, tjBBfcybelns
Vbbotl & Hyde, in xt Guichon
I,  ri. w  Westminstei'.  B. C.        ���*
Path ai desiring admission to th
....-is sanatorium at Tranqullle,
which i.s aboul to be opened, or physi-
cians wishing for accomodations on
behalf, must apply to Dr. FH&an
' a ��� pi eiviiie ial hoard of health, at
Lhe government buildings, Victoria. At
.:, sent ihe re is accomodation for
only seventeen patients In the institution, and the management will fo'.-
lou the process of selection, with _.
view of avoiding admission of eas s
in which no good can be accomplished
by treatment. All applicants must be
examined by two physicians before
being admitted.
As  a dull-care chaser,  the  Murray
& .Mack company, which appeared at
the   Opera   house  yesterelay  evening,
proved itself to   be well up   to the
standard  set long ago by this  funny
aggregation of talent-    The many musical  numbers introduced  during tha!
'���vening   were   well   presented,   whil'i
the chorus  fashion  plates  were quite i
attractive specimens     of     femininity.
Many of  the gags    sprung  were old
friends, of course, but then it's much j
easier to laugh    at a    time honored;
quip than to fail to see the point of
a brand new joke, and on this theory I
is built the smiling success seen last
night.
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE.
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      ::     ::     ::     ::     ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
READ THE DAILY NEWS
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SUITING THE
YOUNG MAN
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HE Young- Fellow is the faithful follower
of fashion.   He is always the first to
notice a change and the tirst to adopt it.
Our Smart  "Fashion-Craft" and "Progress
Brand" Suits are accepted by Young Men as
interpreting their ideas of style.
Our Fall Suits for these swell young Dressers
are of smart fabrics and are cut and tailored
with all the style that can be worked into
a Suit.
It's the smaller details that put style into a
Young Man's Suit, and they have received
careful attention. Our Prices are certainly
very reasonable.
$10, $12.50, $15 up to $20, or $25.
Mr. Young Man, if you're afterjsmartness in a Fall Suit���here's where you
can get what you're looking for.   We'll be pleased to show you any day.
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TIIE DAILY NEWS.
SATURDA/
PURE GOODS ARE
COWan'S Perfection COCOB,
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
I Croquette*, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COW AH CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK  WITH
 ���   The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL ASSETS OVER   45,000,000
We welcome small accounts and pay interest four times
a year on Savings Bank deposits.
RUSSIAN PRISONS!
ARE OVERCROWDED
McQUARRIE
Real Estate Brokers Insurance Agents
&
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Financial AsiJ
Six Thousand Persons Harbored in Five St. Petersburg Jails.
FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.    Phone 333 FRONT Sl
I'lri.
F. B. LYLE,  Manager.
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Sapperton Lots
Splendid  I.ot near the school house     $300; terms
Columbia street Lots    $450; terms
A splendid Lot, cleared    $150; terms
The best Lot in Sapperton 66x165,   cleared,  for  $425; terms
Lots at |100 each; easy terms.
St Petersburg, Nov. iri���The prisons in St. Petersburg and in tlie 11 evinces arc lull to overflowing.
According to the Ruas, there are 6,-
000 persons in the live St. Petersburg
prisons and the thirteen houi,.s of detention. Ther*' are 1,512 persons interned iu the houses of detention,
which are Intended for ;!*0 prisoners.
A telegram from Bielostok states that
there are three times as many prisoners in the local prisons as can be
accommodated with due regard for
sanitary conditions.
Statistics issued by the minister fl
the interior show that the number of
persons wounded throughout RuBBla
b.v firearms during 1905 was (14."10--
over 10(3 per cent mole than in the
previous year. Between 6,000 and 7.
000 persons received wounds Oon.
"cold anus." anel ahout lhe same number other wounds which are noi specified.
The Warsaw court-mart ial has passed 112 death sentences during th.'
flrsl nine nionths of the current year.
This number does not include the
death sentence of the drumhead
courts-martial.
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
::. 4, 5, 1*, 1". 12, 13, 14, 15
19, 24), 28, 66, 71, 71'. 73, 74
subdivision 3, in suburban
Sapperton;   prices  ranging
Lots 2,
16, 17, 18
and 77 ol
block 14,
from $125 to $200.
6 room house on Hamilton street,
all modern improvements One lot
from ear line; lot 60x132. Price $1400.
$600 cash, balance in monthly payments-
8 room bouse, all modern Improvements, full sized lot, Sherwood Btreet,
Sapperton. Price $2700, 11000 cash,
balance on time.
P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
270 Columbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307
Modernism  Serious Danger.
Washington,   Nov,   14.���The    board
of trustees of the Catholic  Universltj
of America, .it a meeting here today,
[ placed the seal of disapproval on bo
i called "modernism" as a serious dan-
! ger to the church,   The board express-
I ed Its sentiments on this question by
I Instructing Cardinal Gibbons, of Ba1-
tlmore,   chancellor of  the   university
and president oi the board of trustees,
tee write  a  letter to the  holy  pontiff
declaring the adhesion of the univi rs.
ty  and  iis trustees to the important
encyclical    em    modernism    recently
made public at Rome.   The encyclical
was discussed at length and 11 developed that the members of the board
strongly favored the sentiments which
it contained.
::'-j acres land next to Royal link
hotel, lias been cultivated, not a
stump on it, now in grass, 2S bearing fruit trees, all kinds, sufficient
lumber to build good large barn. .r>-
room house and l>arn and large chicken house for about 1150 chickens;
good well; near to school and train;
all fenced- Price $3500-. Terms $1500,
' ::. $1000 in April anel $1000 April
following, or $3400 cash.
1 Lot 6��xW2 ft., S. \_ of 8, lane at
back, :',rd and Queen's avenue. Price
$1250; half cash, hal. G months.
Block corner of Fourth avenue and
Thirteenth street 88x132 only $800, a
splendid investment.
Lot 20, block B facing English
church, next lot to bridge, Carnarvon
streei;  price $650.
160 acress less right of way about *>
acres for railway;   22 acres stumped.,
15 acres roughly cleared  and  fenced; :
1 1-2 story house 18x28, lean too 1 1x28 |
and  lean  too  10x22;   barn  30x32  and
lean   too  32x14;   granary   10x16;   two
chicken houses, each    10x12;    wagon
1C0 acres, less 'i^i for new railway,
Township 4, Sec. 11; all bottom laud,
under grass, suitable for dairy farm;
40 acres under-drained, ditched all
round and fenced around and through
centre; "> room bouse; barn 40x75,
sufficient feed for about 300 head of
stock. Price $8000; terms one-third
cash, bal. to suit purchaser. One mile
from station on new car line.
Ix>t   '2'i,   block     B,     between     Mrs.
lloiTards and Thomson house, Carnai-
, von street; full size $1B00.
100 ACRKS about two miles from
Aldergrove staiion. 30 acres cleared
an.l partly fenced, good house, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; J17t'>u
cash, balance to be arranged.
iy�� ACRKS. Block 9, Lot No. 2, Dist.
Lot 8; south side of the river, near
bridge.    $300;   half  cash.
2 IX/rS, 132x182, N.-W. corner of
10th Street and St. Andrews. Price
$1050; half caah.
2 lots on Sth St. between    feth and
6th Ave. on east side;  full sized, CCx
132; Nos. 9 and 42.     Price $1000 for  heated
both, half cash, balance easy.
Full sizeel  Let Oil   le ,
of   Regina   St.,   bi I
avenues, wesl Bide c
$400;   half  cash.
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1 Lets     B8xl32  ��� li
13th street.    $1200 caste
2 HOUSES   on 1  lol
Sapperton; 6 rooms an
shed  and  4  rooms, l.e ,
shed.   $1000 each, one-third
ance easy.
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77.68  ACRES, black  loam \iv
ploughed and cleared    . l dykei-
E. '* Sect. 5.    $75 per acre, oau
cash, one-third 2 mon
months.
7 LOTS. 120x62, fae.i.     ���,,  ,,.
4  lots cleared, small  b
house, 175 chickens;  fenced, |5(.
price $1500, $1000 cash.
Block, corner of Auckland & llfh St. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
160 acres, 2 miles from city.
$40 per acre
Two lots <>n ISth street, be-
tween 7th and  Sth avenues.
2 In eases corner of Merriva] and
Agnes; full sized lot; city block 31,
lot ll; one bouse rents tor $25, tin���
other $lo; flush eloeets and all con-
Price- $3,500.
G, IJ and is
months at 7 %.
6  ACRKS good  loam
Lot   Ifi.   corner   Blue   M       _,
and   Brunette  roail,    south  si>
roomed   house;   parlor,
kitchen and three bedroe
ed;   conservatory :;o or   I    :���������
by pipes; well; I
15 bearing fruit trees; ;.- |
stock ready to plant out; 2 ��kej
6 acres cleared, light tin. et
mai ning acre; all fenced; ���_
from school. Price $3000; hall
bal. in 0  miuiilis at 7 pei    i :.'
1   Lot   88x11
$800 cash.
4th   av l. .
3  LOTS,    6, 6 & 7,    full
cleared, upper side of 5th A
tween 1st and 2nd Streets.
each.
Buy
1 receiv*
at the West End grocery and
cou; ons for the free library.**
shed  20x30;   small  milk he.use, small  nected    with    sewers
orchard, all kinds of fruit, 65 healing Cash $2,000,    balance In
fruit trees;  natural spring well. Price
$6000;   $2000 cash, balance easily arranged at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street, betwe. n Royal and Queens avenui' east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 9, $looo each.
4 LOTS. 2 lots from ri.-'  !
! Gth Avenue on south side, No
37 &*38, full size.    Price $1100
four, or $300 each; half casb.
Double    tenement   house,   Iti
1st and  2nd  St.;   1  lot.    Pi
cash half and half in 6 months
Rents for $10 each tenant.
10 acres y_ section 11. X.
of Tn. 2, about 3 miles from
h,i��orth road, Surrey;    ho ise
I'i storey house, 3 rooms I      he
other ;! can  be added   i;
shack;   V4/_   acres  cleare',1
Lot 14 on  Sherbrook street eef 11 of   with clover, red;  fairly ���
3, cleared.    Price $275;  1-2 cash, bal-   One   mile   from   shim,:.
ance, 6 months at 7 per cent.
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Lots 14 and 16 of 1 of C of 4
(Cleared.) Price $500: for lh" two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent
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I
Pianos
and
Organs
New Scale Williams,
Dominion,
Nordheimer,
Morris & Doherty,
Organs
Bell & Doherty,
Sherlock & Manning
We
Sell
all our
Goods on
easy instalment
plan.
Sewing Machines; $���"> down, $3 per
month.
Talking Machines; $5 down, $5 per
Month.
one>  mile  from  Bbingb
$1,200; .   terms  half  c
months at 7  '',.
v LOTS FACING 4th AVE., 2c\
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OF ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
HOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $3000
CASH, >ND BALANCE IN G, 12,
18, 24, 30  MONTHS. AT 6%.
Six lots, 50x160. outside citv limits      ...    ,    ,    ,   ,,    , -���   _ ,
\\esterly I, ll of 63, S
$60  each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on  132x132 comer  lun feel
House and cottage on Columbia st.,
house rents for $25, cottage for .$12.;
$5,000, easy terms.
27 ri acres of the best soil, 10 acres
(leared, under cultivation; 200 young
fruit trees, just comencing to bear;
new house, 1'�� storey, 5 rooms; hen
houses, in good order; some acre's
planteei with wheat, oats and potatoes.
Water from nearby spring. Balance
of    property    easily    cleared.      Price
4,700; $2500 cash, halance 6
nnd 12 nionths.
This property is only y_ mile from
ram   line.    Over  two hundred  chickens and ducks could he sold with the
property at a snap.
f��� ��� ' ���
1    l-'I
os-
Pianos; $10 per month
Organs; $5 per month.
a
RECORDS for all makes of Talking
Machines
acres, more or
in block, corner of llth Street and
Royal avenue, invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500. One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
A large
assortment
of Small
Musical
Goods to
choose from
7* ^dison
Phonograph
LOOKING roR'O""
the. band
Subdivision of lot 46, block (i, comprising some of the finest, residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by us. This magnlflcenl properly is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all fen 33x120 foot lots facing on
First street at. $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an i
First she,.i, held al $1000); two lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, ai $600
per lot; four lots, :,2 1-2x85, $450;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
FroTit street and Inspect plans,
enquiry.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmanding
Bituatlon; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two anil oue half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lol
set out with fruit trees. Price. $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
1G0 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared; barn 50 x 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Part of lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
about   70   acres,   only   $26   [ier   acre
Half cash.    Jump.
7 Iots Nos. Sl to 86 aud 91., 95 faces
j on Sth avenue,  next to Gunns ranch,
| 4 lots cleared without a stump; email
j house,   chicken     house',
J chickens; horse nnd  rig
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 each;  1-2 cash
J balance tl months at 7 per cent.
Full sized lol em Royal avenue, be
tween Fourth and Merrivale; all cleared. $1,200, % '" i cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, (.en;,.,
of Qilley road, $225 per acn'. Acreage Is Belling fast ai thlg price,
No. 308. 8-roomed House, with hath
room, etc.; Agnes St. $2,500; %
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ���:.
No.  306.���9-roomed  bouse,  with
h
���
houses drawing $28 per month.
$5.ooo, half eash, balance In 6
months.
10 acres.partly cleared;  Kai
running through;  good road.    Di .
nonh  of   Webster's corner;
mill anei P o. at the west <
ber worth $7 per acre;  ced ir ai
���1   miles    from    Port     Ham
$2,100; terms $1,100 casb, I -
ranged.
Large lot and two cottiu-.
lumbia street, Sapperton 11 I
at $lo each.
One and one-half Btorey  I
full   size  lot,  situated north
Koyal avenue and corner of M iri
street;  9 rooms;  bath room, b '
cold  water, closet;   woodshed;
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets  on
sides;   fine  view.    Price  $1,800
caah.
Lot facing 2nd St, between (.
175    choice  and 3rd Ave., second lot from i
$1500 cash., Ave.;    52x122 feet; all  cleared
alongside   and   back.      Price    $1
half cash, balance easy at  7 ���
150 acres Improved land, :
anel sheds complete, near Clovi
all  uiieler cultivation, $15,000.   II
can  handle  this, don'l  dels
bargain; terms can be arran
f
Jt-3'For  the  above  tour  pr
special price w il! be ma le to e
chaser.
Tj
tie*
Um
���pec
lng <
C<
tbe
Cre<
looe
Soui
Wes
and
men
Dati
House  30x42, -lib    St., bel rei
���     and  ath  Ave ;    2 single and   l  ei
batD   bedrooms     upstairs,    ami   bath
room, corner of 6th and   Agne.  St   _�����        . ,
Price $4,00C; terms tf oJ, balancefc "^ J"** """"* :"'!"
3 and 6 months at 7\ <*?* ;"!" pantry'   Full sized I
ning hack  to Ash St.    Prii
No.  310.���9-roomed   House  and   bath  $1,500 caah, bal
room,   Agnes   St.    $3,000;    tf   cash,   at 7 per cent,
balance 3 and 6 months al 7 ri
Nev
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and
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lance at $.">ou
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I
J. ft  TODD'S Masic House
Bized   lot,   on    Kearj
ii:   rents for $io  per
> ft iZT-r*.
i
House,    full
street, Sapperl
month.    Only $1,050,
10 acre's In see. 32, Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Qood soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lots  17.  ri.  19, ;.ii, 21, r,l(:c on 16th
. street  and 8th avi uue;  l' corner lota
$250;   -1  Inside lots $200 each.    Price
' $950. cash,    Single lots at cash.
No.  312.���8-roomed   House  and   bath
room, Agnes SI. Price $2,500; %
cash, balance :; and 6 mos. at 7 ri.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
ncns nniler cultivation, 10 acres or
chard, % acre strawberries planted
���his year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house is % ���^- u-mw. harn 30
< 32; i i-post frame house and co*
stables, three In all, stable s cows ami
2 span horses; pear Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand:
steamer lands twice a day; ahout ion
acres timher, flr and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused tor standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 21; lion
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar. 12 s 30. A chance of a life-
time, $9,000; $4,000 cash, halance at fi
per cent.
Thre,. ful sized lots on Fifth aven*
north side between First and Secos'
streets,   No.  6,  6  and   7.     Pi ce .<:
each or $1100 for Uie thre.'
Full  sizeel lot, norlh  side of H"
llton street between Sixth an I : J j
streets; $235.
28  acres  on    Mara   road,  "   : ''
$160 an acre    FOR    A   FEW   "U;
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance
and 2 years at 7 %,
1  lot No. 24  on  13th, slreet s��ll!
side of ith avenue.    Price' $200 ri-5
Block- 12 on  12th St., eut tWLA
full sized I e's.    Price $2.d00. ��ntv
cash, bal. 6, 12 and 18 months
4.lots on Fifth Street, l\   !-���''rij
Rub. 16, S. Blk, 13.     $35�� "c '
cash, balance 6 months at Tfr
1
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SATURDAY   NOV. 1G. 1907    ""*��� M<*
THE DAILY KFWS.
PAUb, SEVEN
Rh
SKJjSgfc^
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
. i�� Ini     .��� le I
N.
"I
Synopsis     cf    Caiad.-in
Hoivestead   Regulations.
Ke I.ott aclusive) ol
11 ui ol Lol 94, i Map ; II
������.-���--��� ^.^      '..  -���',,:.   -. .   ���   j;-,
North-Wcst       v'''--' '���'"������ '   ol   the lo
tlficate ol Title Numbi r 15715a, I
I in the  name i     Pi ���  r Latham,    b is
been I ' d in this offlce.
Any tvv,  '���.:.. ������   :   -en.on of Do-      Notice Is be  ���       given thai   I shai
minion hn       -n  ^bn.y,,.,;,. Saskatch-  ;|-  ������..,. eXpiraUon of one month from
.ewan and >. ex.. ..nng s and 26,  ,.,,. ,,.,-,. ,,, ;iil. flrst pubjlcat,on here.
notreser,        :���  ri.m. sirad.'d  ,...,,. ., duplicate of the Bald cer-
any perso     ..... :   ,:,����� m.i.. head of a  tiflcate, unless In rh.- meantime valid
family, o i  ....    i.....   nei   ^ years of object  in be made to me in writing.
age, to th. m �� leipnite: se( ,-  g  KEITH
���tion of Ifi" in :   -. in   b-s. District Registi Lr ol Titles!
Appllca    "   t"i-   entri     musi     i""    Land Registry Offlce. New Westmin-
made  In    ������     -   >    ..    I in���   applicant   at    -(,.������   ft. I!., Oct. 21.   1H07.
A Domini-       I.;,a !.���    A"enc..     <u-    sale- 	
agency ti,; "���'��������� >;..--'!-i��-t .u which the
land IS Bi' i oe. Irii'!.', b> proxy may,
however, >��� maile ai an agency on
certain co:i'i.;i!'ie. i>. the iat her, mother, eon. i'    :-';i''!'.  lererii. t nr si-'e-r of
an Intenn ���:���  lie -si. a i_-i
The he' ��� ���������eli'i is e.-juired to perform the '.."-'ea I .1 ll.es under nne
Of the -k': '     en.;   ,daie
(1)   A' '��������� I,,,--,,: I lenci
upon. ani. ���       :���  ���     :':,<��� ':,:, I  ia
ich yea .   ��� ea...
K  im nestea ler  may, if
.; rm  i ae.    require I    11   .-
bj   Iri lng  on    t.i. :n M.
"' .-I     v   him,  ii"'   les ���
i  -I   aci"-   He  extent; in
of  di    homestead    Join
in land  will not  meet  this
...    :.
lan Is
e -���   planti
*��� | the south < i ��� '      . [AT liri;
-. then i 80 ch iins  ��
���   ���'��� tins, no nd  ���   -
Su i ��� ��� ��������� at
HARRIET  PORD,
I', v B, li. Fo   ;.   \   ���
October 4, 1907.
N DTICE  TO   CREDITORS.
������������������������<-*   **.��������*�����������   ���"������ �����   ���   ���   ���
���
ITICE  IS .       i'  GIVEN
Br i
i lolum . i, i' ,.i ��� 1ST, tha ..
. ors   and   othei -     ba ring i   i
Estate of Alex adi r tri i ...
lied on '
July, 1907,   in 	
Kali  da;   ol    ! >ei en  ier,   1907,
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
6.   TAKE    NOTICE   thai    H
Furl, of Hammond, ii. C, oi
laily.  intends  to applj   fo    .<  special
license  Over  the   following    ��� "
land- on Texada Island.
Commencing ai  a  pos*   planted at
thesouth easi corner of Timher Limit   ;:''''
No. 9825, tbence Boutb v" chain-, v.  - . ��� ;. ,.   ... ...... ���.
so chains  ninth   80 chains, and east Undersigned   I I m and .
so chains, to noinl of commencemenl
J                                 , names,  addn gses   an I    descriptions;
HARRIET FORD,
Per S  ll  Ford   Vgenl tne full particulai                 claims,da-
October  4.  1907. ^ verlfli I; the statemenl ol thei
 .  ce ini and the nature of the security,
1.   TAKE    NOTICE    that     Harriet il  any,  held
TAKE NOTICE ihat application has
bi en made to registi r Josi i'h Tays as
Lhe ow ni'. In Fei  .-nn, le, under a Ta .
Sale Deed trom C. C. Flshi r I i Jo epl
T ii v, bi aring flati  the 16th da;  ol N<
vem er, A. D,  1904, of all eei I    li    ,
I        ial ci ii mi parc( 1 i i tracl ol .an I
and pi   :   ���    Bltuate, lying and    ���
i'i  the  ii.. trii I  of  Nev.   Westm ���
iu the Proviti ���   ol   British Cob i
more partli . irlj  know u and ,i
. d  .- - Lol   lo, Block  5, . . division of
Lot 201, Group i.
Vou  and i ai b ni   you are req
1 itest tb    i laini  ol the tax
Ford, of Hammond, B. ri. occupation
:   i      Intends   to apply i u  a spi cial
timber license over the follow ing de*
r.i^i lands;
Commencing   ae  a   posl   | lanl���
the north ��� n< r eef lol 236, -   ���
e bi ol 01111      Hay.   theni ���    east GO
chaina,    tb nce    Bouth    to tl
the     o     to 1
233, theni and   101 :e    long the
. i ��� ���. i olni    1
��� men
H VRRIET I'Mlil)
I'll; i HER TAKE NOTICE thai  after such la it men      ed      e the i <
John   Henri      a   I    John   B
Jardine, w ill procee I to di strlbute th
the deci ng the pa
entitled thi rei o   ha . lng    rega; I
onlj to I he clain Ich the ;��� Bhall
havi   ii..". ..   Baid
,..i        tor th
to a
on o is i ose i   tlms no
aoi   -i Ived by
them a     be time <       ich d strlbution.
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LARD
Fresh. Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
LARD
Afc Low Prices for Cash
20 pound  Pail    $2.CD
10 pound Tin      $1.35
5 pound Tin 70
3   pound  Tin    40
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
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tl   r (01 moi her, if the
a "il, ... ,i b m.i Bteader
,   ,,. ;;,.   .   0D   ���     ,  .     chaser within forty.Ave       sir in the   Fori
i soli ly   ',,;.   him,  n el   less
ty  i -ni   acres  in  exti at,  in
the Viclli. 'h     .i. .'ic    e.i I.   nr   nj,
on a he:, ���    ��� ,>d       .  ��� i   \,-,i-  :.-..   lb,-. ,
in the vi. .a:    . .  ie .i  i,en,e-:e,|.l,.r ;il , .
perform ��� i.     - ��� d ��� ���:. ��� ��� ��� . i i':
lIvlAg   Wi: . tile:    '":    nmlh   , e.
(i)     "1 ' ��� in      . .'   :, "i
preoedin- ���  ' . ��� I
meaning
a direct ,...'. i ���, ��� ���        : ���    ,\;;
of- road n    the
measure
(5)     A .   .-,', a  ,, :     inn .el    : fo
perform ��� ���" :'-''-
cordaace
with pai
B>
Is* riet  of sueii  lntenth u,
nol Ice in writing
ai the Commissioner e.i !; i
mds al 'I'-I ������'���:a   iif intention
;   e'e'Ilt.
W   \V. CORY,
���   Mini ter of the Interior.
i.i ithoi izi I  ; ubllcal li n ��� I
tisement  will   nol   I e   paid
dale of the flrsl publication of this
notice upon you, otherwise I sha l r ,.-
ister .l<e .���. b Tays as owner thereof In
fee. And I hereby direct that publlcatl m ol ' leil notice for one month in
a d di.. newspaper published at New
'.'.'��� stminster will be good and suffic ���
enl     'rvice thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry om .
New Westminstei. Province of Bi I b
i 'ri'iin la, thl - 26th day of Octol ei.
A. D, I9i :
I'AKE    NOTICE    thai     Harriot
ol  I lammond,   B. C, oci
..;     :.���:..        .i apply   for a Bpi clal
timl er Hi ense o\   i  thi   toll iw lng di
erl . I lai  i
i i mmi ni Ing al a posl planted i I
the south easl corner ol section 22,
.e oul five miles south easl of Ql I
Baj. Texada Isi uel. thenc i south 80
chains enci ea _i sa chains, thi nce
north SO chains, thence wesl 80 chains
��� i   olnt of commi ncement.
HARRIET FORD.
November i.  1907
DAI     D  al    N'i f,    V. '    : ..illislei',
N   ri      er, 1907.
th
MARTIN  &   McQUARhlE,
John  Hen Irj an I
John  B. Jai line, executors oi  the
I   Estate.
NOTICE  TO  CREDITORS.
Ti
John Sirr, E
C.   S.   KEITH,
i e.s' riet  ri'rist ar
'l-
a-- bi :.' d w Ith this nol Ic .
..    tho lining     ....... j or   i
thoi a.; l | e. - ms clalmin ; any ;n-
' ... sal , laud . virtue of an.v
��� - jisteri : ;a ti im at, ..ii I all i er-
sons claimin uy Interest in sai 1
land   by descent,   whose title  is  not   Gillis
?,.     TAKE   N ITICE
Fo    ,ol        id
.   a .   Intends   lo  ������
; Imi. r   lice . -    ovei
ri bci : ��� 1 lands:
i ommencing  al   a   pi st   planted ai
N THE MATTER of tbe Estate ol
John Connal V. h; te, Late of ihe cil \
of New Westmii ster, British Col
umbia,  deceased.
       NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, pur-
thai    :  u     ���        at to I ie Revised Statutes < f Brit '
������ ���              '���'   ish  Columbia, t'ha; ter  iri.    that ail j
a   specif]   creditors fend  others    having  claims
againsi   thi   i - ate of  the  said  John !
Connal Whyte, who died mi or abo.it ,
: ie 9th daj  i f i ictol er, 1907, are re-
the
:���       'Will-;
ay,
registered und r the provisions of the   chains   south,     thenci
Land Registry Act," shall be forever   shore,   thenee  northerly
tsiopped and debarred    from setting  shore I       e   outh line ol S ction L9
tb ���  b   .:   eas    co ner o    Si ction ri   ,.-:::.,i  on or ��� i fore the 30th daj    .1
��� e   miles    so th-easl   oi   November, 1907, to send by post, pre i
Texada Island, tb nee. 60   ;,:,;.i   or  deliver  to the  undersignel
''���''���'   to   ;b-  their Christian and surnames, address-
1'1'   "s and descriptions;  the full partlcu-i
lars of their claims duly verified; th"
.;,. any claim to or In respeel of the  thenci oinl of commence-  statement of their account and tb  na-
LAND    ACT.
rorm  of  Notice.
said land .-0 sold for taxis as provided
by ilie' "Lan 1 Registrj  Ac ."
Timber Notices
ne:
HARRIET FORD.
���nre  of the
ihem;   .and
security, if any, held  b>
1.  v.
I.
TAKE   NOTIC
th.;     Ha   lei
New   Westminster   Land   District.
District   of   New   Westminster.
Ford, of  Hammond, B. O, occupatl m
ladj.  Intends  to apply  for  a  spi :i il
tim er   license   over    the    following
: describe 1  lands:
TAKE  NOTICE   that  Harriet  Ford,.     Commencing   at   a   post   planted   -.:
ib, occupation  0f Hammond, B, C, occupation lady, the south-west corner of location No.
to apply for a | intends to apply for a special timber p,   about   four   miles    south-easterly
ieeu.se over the  following described from Gillis bay, Texada island, thenco
ands:    In  New  Westminster district,!
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER     .
Manutacturera and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
L?rge Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
k���
iBptminster Land District, Dla-
let of New Westminster, B. C.
Take   iii.'iee  ihai   .lames   Sharpe',  nf
Twestminster,   B
llttberiuan.    intends
Special tim. er license' over the following descriiee'i lands; ���
Commenain.-; at a posi planted on commeucing at a post plauted at thei to Lot 235, thence west nnd south
tbe West bank of Twenty-five Mile uorth e^t, corner of Timber Limit No. i alon..; the boundary of the aaid Lol 233
greek, about two miles from t'ae Lil- S663, New Westminster Dist., thence to the shore, thence westerly and
looett River, then-e Kast forty chains,   south SO chains, east 80 cbains, north i northerly to the point of commence-
east   to   location   No.   s,  thenee  south
1
South, one hundred and sixty chains,
West, foriy chains. North one hundred
and sixty chains to point of commencement
JAMES SHARPE.
Date, Octo!''!' in, rim:.
LAND    ACT.
Form   of   Notice.
New We.-: ire in.-ter. Laml  District,  District e.t New Westminster, li. C.
Take n-iiice  that   .lames  Sharpe,  of
New Wi  :minster, H. c, occupation,
Lumber):,   n.     intends   In   apply   for   a
Special tun ier lie ense mer the feellow-
lng dese        d   lands:
Comm. nciiiK ai a post planted on
the We miiI. of Twenty-five Mile
Creek, a . .,: two miles from the l.il-
looett Ri Ha nce We:a forty chains,
South, i :;. hundred and sixty ehains,
East for rii.;in . Norih one hundred
and Six'       i-haiii:      l i   poinl     ot' coni-
mencen: ai
JAMES SHARPS.
Oate, 0:a      e.   I".   I'.UIT.
80 chains, and west 80 cbains, to point
Of commencement.
HARRIET FORD.    |
Per H. S. Ford, agent.
October 4, l!.n7.
inent.
November
HARRIET PORD,
1907.
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that af-
:  :- such last mentioned date> the ex-
i ecutrix. Margaret R. Whyte. will proceed to distribute the assets of the de-
ceased  anions  the    parties    entitled
thereto,  having regard    only to thei?
claims of which she shall then havelj
: notice, and that the said executrix
win not be liable tor the said assets
or any  part thereof to any  person or
' persons of whose claims notice 6h_\ll
not have been received by her at tho
time of such distribution.
J. I). KENNEDY,
Solicitor tor Margaret R. Whyte. executrix as aforesaid.
Dated the  lib ela>    of    November,
L907.
��� ��'      <fi> .
2. TAKE NOTICE tnat Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special timber
license over the following described
lands on Texada Island, Commencing
at a post planted al the south wesl
corner of lot 15, thence south 80
cbains easl 8(5 chains, north 80 chains,
and west 80 chains to point of com
mencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. II. Ford, Asent,
October   I.  1907,
;:.    TAKE NOTICE    thai     Hai rii I
Ford, of  Hammond, occupation  lady,
intends to apply   tor a Bpecial Timbi r
License over '.bo  tollowin
lands.
5.    TAKE   NOTICE    that    11 irrlel |
Ford, of Hammond, B, ('., occupation
lady,  intends to apply  for  a  Bpecial'
timher   license    over    the   tollowin.;
described lands:
Commencing al a ; ost planted fit I
the north-easl corner of Section 21,
... .out four miles south easl irly of!
Gill/a bay, Texa la Island, then :e 16 >
i', iii .. iuth, thenc i 10 ch e: . cae.t,
��� hi nc ' 160 i halm aorth, theni i 10
, hains v..'.-: to 1 oinl of < oi um a. -���
nv : ;
HARRIET F iRD
N'e'.' 't'.l   e'l'    1,    1907.
TAKE   NOTK
of Hammon
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the under signed, and endorsed "Tea-
2: .- for Detention Building, Victoria,
B. C," win he received al this offlca
until Monday, December 2, 1907, inclusively, for the construction of a Detention Building at Victoria, B. C.
Plans and specification can be Been
and forma of tender obtained al thri
-* ������ .:������:.������-:.������:-������..��� .-������ i*>*>y*>*>y*>*>y*>*>y*>*>b*>*>:.*>*>\
They are Perfectly Waterproof
YOTJ TAKE NO CHANCES WITH THE "DICK BOOT."
For over fifty years the name of DICK has heen a household word
in the Old Country for Waterproof    Boots.      Their    special    procejs
renders the sole leather perfectly and   permanently   Waterproof, he-
sides adding doubly to its wearing qualities.
These we specially recommend for the wet weather:
Prices���Ladies, from $2.75 to $4.00. Youths, $2.00
Gents, from $3.50 to $5.00. Boys, 52.75.
; The Old Country Boot Store,   -   Columbia St. ;
f. J.   STEWART,   Proprietor |
*>X*>*>ib*>*>:2*>*>i2*>*>2 ���������' ������: *^''^ri��ri��*ri^ri**ri**ri������^������^������^������ri
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd,
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
���or
iily.  Intends  io api I
described I timber   license   over
des< i i ied 1 inds:
thai    H
qm occupation   Departmenl ami on application to Wi-
[or  Q special   llam  Henderson, Esq., Resident Arch-
th ���     toll i". iii-;   lt��et, Victoria, B. C.
Persons tendering are- notified rii it'
AND   REGISTRY ACT.
Commenc!a�� tit  a  post planted   ati    Commencing   at   a   posl  planted  ���' tenders will nol  be considered unless
the south west corner of Timber l.ini   thr Bouth-weat corni r of Section 7, .. made On Lhe   printed   form  supplied,
It .HSU!-, thence >vest su chains,   lortii  ghown on map aboul half a mile north and B'gned with    their   actual   slgn-
80 chains, t-.it; SO chains, and south of (iiiii-  bay,  Texada  Island, Ihence aturea.
80 chains, to point of commencement,  east SO chains, thenco north SO chains, |.;iu.i,  Under  musi  be accompanied
October 4. 1907.                                   thence  wesi  SO chains, thence son h by an ft0Cepte(j cheque on a chartered
HARRIET FORD,        80 chains to tolnl of commencement.1
Per S. 11. For.l. agent. HARRIET FORD.
 :    November  I,  1907.
Re lots ,e and I'e, or block 2. sa idiv-
ision Of pans of section 2 >, block 5,
AOrth[ riinv.e J,west New Wesl niiiiHtor
district. Whereas proof of the loss
Pt Ctrtilicale of title number liS'.lT.I n,
Issued in the name of Frederick William Smith    lias    heen    filed
Otttae.
I. TAKE NOTICE that Harri, t
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Intends to appply for a special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Texada Island.
Commencing at a post planted al
in this ! the south cast corner of Timber Limit  No.  9828, thence  south  80  ciiains,
. -Notice is hereby given that 1 shall i west SO chains, north SO cbains, and
���t the expiration of one month from I east Sl) chains, to point of commence-
tbe,<Iate of ihe first, publication here- nient.
Of, Ittue a duplicate of the said cer-
tifioate , unless in the meantime valid
Ohjctlon ho maile to me in writ ing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
^.registry office, New Westmin-
t h. C, Sept. 16, 1907.
October  1,
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, agent.
1907.
5. TAKE NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a s.ieclal Timber
ieiiau, made   payable to the order   of
the Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cenl i LO p.c.)
of the amount of the tender,    which'
Will be forfeited if the person tendering decline    to enter    into a contract
when  called upon  to do so, or If he
| fall   to  complete  the  work contracted
I for.   If the tender be not accepted tho
Commencing at a post planted ahout I choque Will be returned.
10 chnins north of Ihe south-east cor- |    ���,     ���       ,        .   , , , .   . .,���,,,,
The Department does not hind ilsell
to accept tbe lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of pfPilic Works,
Ottawa, November 2, 1907.
Newspapers will not be paid for this
adver.isamcat if they Insert It without \
authority from the Department.
7. TAK,. NOTICE that Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, B. ('., occupation
lady, Intends to apply for a special
timber license over the following ('e3'
cribed lands:
ner of Section G, .about a half mile
north of Qlllls Lay, thence SO chains
north, thence SO'chains west, thenco
80 chains south, thence Sh chains
east   to  point of commencement.
HARRIET ,FORD.
November ' 1,  1907.
ADVERTISE IN TBE NEWS
BULLET IN
Great Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and South
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35j). m.
Parlor Cars.  Dining Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for you free of charge.
Phone  194.
W. A. ROSS, Assistant General Fass.
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Agt., Seattle, Wash.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE  NEWS I.
���
PAGE EIGHT
s
THE  DAILY  XEWS.
, l
SATURDAY,  NQV
���
ri/
Building   Lots
Fine residential site on Third
Street, 2 lots on a good corner
for $1,200.00 on terms.    :   :
No lumpiness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Each pure.
rich lalt-grain keeps separate,
retaining all its natural strength.
150
EXCLUSION BADLY
!    NEEDED IN SCHOOLS
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Order-in-Council Protests
Against Clause Giving
Scholars Privileges.
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t >a
��� ri
tm
WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
v
f~*ET   our  prices
^J  before buying
out of town.
J*.
I >#
J.J.MACKAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS        STATIONERS        NEWS DEALERS
Jbi_ttJ^^-W-^t^^)Mt^Wfr4WWM^t>fe4fc0t��Jt.Jt>^le.Jt.iM.>>tJ��.J' JfnJL.lt-ltliJfajf<Jt..lf..lli.Hi.w.iir..il ����-��*������������� *�� u  u  " >
'���<--,,-'ir'i<"n-''?",.-,.���..*'__��� '/."(i���vr'i.���-("/{".c/.--,.--,.--,_-���.--    -��i"_f.."_,-�����.- ,.--,,--,,-',_-���, ������,;- ",,-- .--.--,''/��',?',?-,��',
 "" �����������������������������������<
THE BEST-
Cookers and Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
BRYSON & SONS
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.       - .        Tel. 65 boi
Victoria, Nov. 15.���An order-ln-coun-
cil protesting against   the   clause oi
I the act governing the admission of
Chinese students to Canada, which
has made tbe schools of tbe province
��� the dumping ground for Chinese boys
ranging from 9 to lt! years of age, has
| been juissed by the Provincial govern-
I ment. The 0rder-ln-COUCll request-;
the   Dominion  governmenl   to   revoke
j the clause  referred to and sets  fort!"
iat length the reasons why such action
i Bhould be adopted.
By terms of the Dominion act Chi-
l nese students are admitted to Canada
free and  ln event  of their being  anv
1 doubt as to their status as students,
| they   bave   eighteen   months     within
I wbicb to make good their standing.
Certificate from tbe principal of any
school, that the Chinaman bus attended school for twelve months, is accepte I a.- proof of their standing and
, the $50n deposit which they bave in
the meantime put up Is returned.
The order-in-council sets forth thai
ll is unjust that the province's**Educational system slionhl be burdened with
! the task of educating these' Chin H,
majority of whom are unable to sp ar
, English and who at the termination
of twelve* months    are dumped upon I
jthe communitj to compete with white
labor.   Tbe educational system of the
| province is thereby use I to increa ��� ���
their efficiency an 1 to render them
better able to compete with white la
GRAPHITE IS FOUND
IN GRAND FORKS
Grand Forks, Nov. 15.���E.R.Knight,
a pioneer prospector ol Ihis district,
has just found Bome floal sampli b of
graphite which maj U ad to something
oi Importance, and the peculiar feature aboul ibis find is that the discover 'v is iiiaeie just eei the head of
Bi I ge street In the verj bear! of the
city, the mineral being found in a
gravi l bank.
Local mining men pronounce the
samples to be genuine graphite of the t
best quality and it is now likely thai
the ground will be staked ai once,
it ibis land Is Btaked, a systematic
plan of prospecting will m- carried eu.
Several dwelling houses are now si:
uated on iii.' laml which would becov-
ered by ibis new mineral location.
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box  345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE
DIARIES
for
1908
���AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily I
SEATTLE   DEALERS  ARE
TO SELL COFFIN NAIL<5
Seattle, Nov. IB.���Seattle retail t -
i bacco   dealers    probably   will    again
place cigarettes for sale in thi lr store,.
in  make a  test  case of the law  prohibiting the sale of tbem in teiis stater
i The decision  of  a   Spokane  superior
judge in  holding  that  the anti-cigar-
1 rite-  law  was invalid bas greatly en
| couraged  the  local   dealers, and   tli ���;
have organized   to   make a  tesl   ea-���
Seattle dealers reiiort there is a heir,
demand for them, and they say they
cannot   understand   why   th<'y   cannot
sell the so-called "coffin nails" if ta ���
Spokane merchants    Le permitted  to
place them on sale.
Chief of  Felice    Wappenstein     de
clares he will pay no attention to tho
See our stock of above before pu"-j Spokane decision, but  will arrest  :b-
chasing. i first  dealer that  places cigarettes on
Solid   Cold   NECKLETS   from  $2.75   sale  here.    Local attorneys have con-
to $77.00 each. ferred with Prosecuting Attornay Ma -
Solid Gold LOCKETS from $2.50 to   klntosh  in    regard to iheir    position
$d5.00 each. should cigarettes be placed on sab'.
We also  have Gold   BRACELETS; | 	
prices $6 50 to $75.00 each.
anel     Gol 1     BROOCHES,     $1.50   to
$110.00 each.
The
'Eclipse'
Bread
Maker
Simple in Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Clean
Will mix and
knead a batch of dough
thoroughly in three minutes without hands
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
W. C. Chamberlin
THE JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
JUST ARRIVED
A fresh   stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Spices,
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, etc., etc.
Also a shipment of China Crockery and Giassware
Victoria, I). ('.. Nov. 15.���A new railway is projected to run from a point
iii-iir ''row's N'.'st Pass to a point near
ihe Summit between tli" waters ���-','
ihi' North Fork of Michel creek and
the waters of Crave creek. The appll
cation has been made by E. V. Bod-
well iis solicitor for the' applicant".
i wlio it is supposed, represenl ihe IliM
interests.
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
Your
Valuable
Papers
Should he kept   in a safe
place.    Fire  mav come when
A  f\ A ll/IC        Q        T\t<   A MQ you least exPectit an(l destroy
The  City Grocery.
New Wooler/^
Gloves
Our stoei. is now complete with a large range <���
wanted   kin.Is of  warm  comfortable Cloves.
If"
IEW
vou
Girls' or Boys' Gloves, in plain or fancy patterns, pet
I M.I'   _|l
Women's Suede  Cashmere Gloves,   wiih   linings  of    r
black, navy brown, green, grey and white, per pair     -   :,,.
Plain Wool Gloves, in shades of navy,   brown,
blacl; and while,  per pair 250  to   	
green
Warm Wool Mitt6 for women or children, per pair 20c ti
Women's Leathei
Hand-bags
Over Um styles to choose from   thin   year.       Our   New  ChnitJ
stock  of these   Leather  Bags  has   arrived.       Probablj
early to purchase, but our showing  at  the present  time  will
an Impression <>n your mind, which will be: "Thai we ha
est and mosl reasonably priced line of Hags  which are- ��� ,  ���,,
anj where."
The- latesl New York fa.-hi in journals all remark upoi
lii iit % of the large bags. We aro showing many such In i
a.-- well as ilu  smaller haml-p'irse Btyles,
Squaw Bags. I ach 65c to    . ;
Large  Leather Hand  Bags, i-acb  $1 ,",u to    |
New  Purse  Styles, each  50c to     J
German  Bead   Bags.  I  ich  $- 2',  to     <
W.S. COLLISTER & Coi
LEADERS IN   MILLINERY.
247 Columbia Street, - - New Westminsttj
It. Gillej    Tel,  121
OfflCe
.1.   IG
a. e. a
Gilley Bros., Ltd
WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL    DLaLERS IN
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank Lime, B. C PH
tery Vitrified Pipe, Drain Tile, Terra Cotta, etc.: Clayburn P'ess!'
Mantel, and Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Gartcraig Fire Brick. Liverptl
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Brrik, Sand, Gravel  and Crushed Roi
1 ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
���
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IS
50c RETURN
all your valuable papers and
precious documents.   We have
*
Safety Deposit Boxes
!
For your Deeds, Mortgages,  Agreements of Sale,
i Insurance Policies,  Marriage and Birth Certificates and
Wills.    Fire-proof Boxes only $2.50 per year up.
The Best is None
Too Good for
Our Customers
That's what we think.
That is why we buy nothing
but the best.
Every pair of Shoes that goes
out of our store has our
guarantee.
Our Guarantee means a new
pair if dis-satisfied.
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Come in and talk it over.
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A.M.    TO    11   P.M. As Usual
The  Westminster  Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co.? Ltd.
Ask for the "Doctor's Special," Z
then you will have the best.
 SOLD ONLY BY-
W. E. SINCLAIR
HEAD  OFFiCE.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
F. J. HART,
Manag
The Reliable Shoe Man
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