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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Iumbia St. Phone 85
NUMBER 208.
LACROSSE DORMANT
IN TERMINAL CITY
No Senior Teams May Be in
Field Next Summer ���
Baseball the Rage.
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LIFE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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ASSURANCE
/cToRIA   &EW JVESTM1NSTER, B. C
LEGS BROKERlT
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(ijpw WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21,
l. uis.
FIVE CENTS PER COP1
B 'NORTH VANCOUVER
UN SATURDAY
SEEK REMOVAL OF       US ANGELES BASKETBALL  ' RUNAWAY CAUSES
Two   Girls   Ar
DEFAULTS TO ROVERS
e   Victims    cf     Serious!
Mishap-Sled Turns Sharply and     ' Evhihitlnn    P Dl 1
P'^es off Riders |*^nibition Game   Played
lon
ihr.
line
!,i. -    News-Advertiser
i]i,- lacrosse situation next
,       i he announcement thai the
v, \\, imlnster  Lacrosse Cluh  bos
possibility of Vancouver
:v  to  play  next  year he-
,   unfortunate riot In tha
isi September, has broug.it
,. reliable   ource in ihis
;��� ct  thut there ma
. In Ij In  Vancouver to play
. ons      New     \Vi   iv-ii tei
. ,j ���   il even Bhould Vanco it ���.-
v   they  could   ������������   along
without   the  aid  of  the
\\ hich mean - thai oi gaji
���' -:   ny, who
in' Hold
\\ hile  c -i
nn   'i   n M :. irtly
ii clock '.a Sa u
Maii    Mack,
:-il|. i I    oil    III
IIII.-.   1111(1
Jown   ihe  sidewalk
iftei    nine
evening, two girls
��� of .1. Mack, en*
'   ''��� P. R., of Thl
an eleven
id a \ e-
^^^^^ year old compan-
"'""^  H"s, ".��� Vancouver,   were
'" violently from a sled
erlously   Injured
A'"' '���- fourteen years of
��� i broken leg and
.   maj   be given
j   'vail   a   cl
loth be
MJ        Mjlck,
igi, sustained
^^^^^^^^   '   IlUllll.IT   I   lilui.-.-.-
"" ,he 1"i"1 and face, while the ...her
*'���'   v"'     ,:'":- ou !���    hurt,   one
ken in iwo places, |��� ,.-.
'"""" l" ;i num ��� ��� cratches and
irulse80n diftereni pari   ... th,   bodv.
1   ������   victims  of  the  accident
examined     .   | u     wai
I   tht
Al... VI ,
were
Ker   and   l\. n-
ova]   to a
Colum   an,   bui   Mi -���   nils   at
' '" alD :il    " ���-"   I   ol   her   pa v.       will   be
"   "       team   ln   V"' .   '       '"'  b;   Mr. and Mrs. Mack until
1     ',!    "'      oni      ' <       ifflclently   recovered   from
to plaj In the same class |th        ,     to   ermii of her being con-
i hi        ine c
enti i . ������jO'S
tmlnster,   and   al
..i   the tvholt Bale  ini-
lyei      trom    Ea :��� ru ' men;
I officials deny thi    ��� ������'���:
..-  i   is  no
Local   Men   Win    Hands
Down With Weak Team.
The Rovers had an easy time on
Saturday, when Nona Vancouver visited Moody Square in a senior league
fixture. Tlu-ir position In ihe Van-
oouver league Is such that no serious
opposition was anticipated and the attendance suffered som,what in consequence, The visitors only brought
eight men over and at once agreed to
default the game, Westminster taking
the points. Ii was decided however
to play an exhibition game for the
satisfaction of the crowd, and such
practice was badly wanted by the
Rovers in view of the strenuous fix-
; ire of Christmas day against the
Shamrocks here. The home team were
without Saul and Lock, suspended,
and the visitors were loaned the Ser-
. '��� of Craig, Haslett and Grant. Th.
ground  was |n a i,, avy condition.
Referee  Cavers  officiated,     jut     a
LUMBER TARIFF
TEAM MAY VET LOME HERE
FATAL ACCIDENT
Many Americans With British Columbian Holdings
Want Duty Repealed.
Mlnm .;...;:,. Minn., Dec. 20.���Lumbermen, controlling practically all thej
Western Canadian timber lands, except In the Pacific coasi region, are
In Minneapolis planning a campaign
of publicity for n ;t al ,1 ..,.��� tariff
on lumber.
Prominent annum the Interested
lumbermen are. Arthui Rogers, president of the Rogers Lumber company,
operating retail yards In North and
South Dakota, and interested In the
Kamloops Lumber company, owning
timber licenses from the Canadian government, and opt rating mills at Kam
loops and Enderby, 13. C; S. ll. Bowman, president of the Bowman Lumber company, and al30 head of the
Union Lumber <<:n>j.any, which Is op-
Permission   Will   Be  Sought   to   Allow
Drill  Defaulters to  Play Against
Strong  Quintette.
All hope is not yet abandoned In
connection with the. proposed visit
here of the Los Angeles bash, i all
lean
Well Known Farmer Killed
Driving From City on Saturday-Horse Kan Away.
Regret   will   be  felt
at the  violent
tn aggregation of players, hai is  death  ol* Christopher  Brown, of Mud
said in be able to put anj other com-j Bay,  who  was  killed
binatlon  on   this  coast  in  the   shade: Crom
from the lirst few moments of an
counter,    Th?  Lps  Angeles  i.-am
so-called because it numbers one
en-
Is j
Los
^^^^^^^ while returning
__ visit to this city on Saturday
afternoon, The deceased, who was a
well known farmer and constant attendant a; the Westminster market,#
.Angeles man among Its players, his' had been in town on business, aud
team mates having been drawn from was driving a rather fresh colt. Know-
thc Xew Vork Irish-Americans, Buffalo lng that he would hav- trouble if he
Chicago and Kansas City. Th.. New brought the animal ino'ihe city, he
yorker and lhe Windy Ciiy lad aw put it up ai Wise's hotel, Surrey, .and
Considered to Ite among the fastest started out from there- on his return
basketball players In the world, while journey about. 3:30 p.in. Nothing fur-
the other members of the team are ali Lhri was heard iiii aboui seven "'flock
first-class men. wh.n   some   people   named   Roberts,
The  prospect of a match with  the. resident on the
loeals  has  been revived   by the  visit]
Kirkland  road, heard
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      a  rig ���  '-,,-.   at  a   high  iu;.- or speed.
Ii.-i.-  yesterday  of  C.   \V.   llahti,   man- . sho.;:. afte
ating seven sawmills  in  Saskatche lager of the team, who is anxious that   another man  comini
'wan   and     British     Columbia;     Otto  his  boys should  have  a   try-out   with   direction,  driving  to
; Lachmund,   general   i mn igi r  of    tb
strongest B. C. team In existence
��awqn ��MW��*f
.;       ..   ���   lea ;.   I    ;     aci i
;.    hould thej   lesin     harp turn whi ��� viv   ih   hill at
Vancout peed iwing thi   two
une tt
I when   low      A    la . en ll :..i .;|
ho.-       ��� 'i   Ind i Id
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rosse  .-
De.ui
Issue.
DECISION HAT U'.SRUPT
BRITISH l.'.lllii! UNIONS
shou d   ii    ���!������ n
an i   "mil    	
il  such i    the case  and li 	
���' I   Organi-l  tions   Cannot   Tax     Members
en
i, ii of the i
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evi\
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nd ;
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to   Support   Represent i
Parliament.
...
...
British lain   union
Thej
*
u ,,. ii     rofi ��� QUI   m
.1   ��� Sett
i    md   .i'ii-  - ni memitern
on d noi ���   "'
���a the pai      ��� ii  ;'   ������'
���   , Ithout a
��� am.  the vim.
���   ||   \, n  \\ ���        '.   .i has
1
.  chan��   :.'��� : ���   ���" ���* '���'���'
Ij    ,1   ft  V,    III"    ���   .'."II .
.. .  lhai  piece ol   Hvi rware
tiros*,    woi Id   0
Ino   .     n
a
ed
n
��� r
;      tile       i,    111
ral
but
I   lllilla_ I
Ian- an,
il
I]
ru.i a. mgent Needed.
���  o   v . menl must    e -������
i, uatt clubs "i 'he Prov
. n on     Hen   In Vancouvi i I
half a  doien teams and  n   expect
i ,���. can tie organist tl B< nloi
  i take care of H ' "' ",AI
j atti ntlon m i l be P8-"**
��� ; mediates In hop.
the nenlor team In thi  follow*
reai  may i���. developed.
.. little too early to sn) whal
��� ���   i done iu ri,.- British Columbia
'������"���'   .    Association.   Victoria   may
'"'*r ., good team, bul ll is doubtful
,: "���     i   material In.the Capll U cap-
"'���''  of defeating New  Westminster,
1     ��� '. light to stick with the gam*
'���   '    in. a who are supporting you
to see the championship movs
Mi��  Westminster   once In   :>
*1"1"   But this Improbable nexi yen'*,
���*���*������* i!  would be folly  to organise the
test,,.
IVOl    "I
...iiir.i ^^^^^^^^^^^^
���
Canned   Religion   In   Whatcom.
Bellingham, 11. c, 20    Polio*** lng    In
i lie ��ake ol h canni tl politic . c inned
music and   ��������� nni d     * 11   ��� d
has mad,-  a    tit bill   111   What�� Ul  ���   i   n
iu   Ihe Iii;.,.   town  o\'   Demlng   a
gOOl-V.V   CO     n     i  lon    alt.-nils    tile
chun h '" ��� Sunday evi n n.
nnd heats -. rvlce from the runnel of
���-i  phonograph     In  the ale. nee of a
tei  the chin ih wa   provided \. uh
i   ���   phonog aph an i a stock
llglous music.
ii;-   .xcltement he had ani u "��� bead   I. v, ���
In the first half tha Rover     "   he   I,  li.   C
im I the ' e i of tht play thro igout, and ���      I ool
Watson   was  seldom  called    upon
-   an   ��� (fort.    Sh,a a . ��������� ss   opened
���ii.        ,|  McGowan secured the
��� ��� xi goal.    A verj  simple kick, tt hich
several of the defence missed, enabli
Sawyer?  :o score the  third  goal, and j Canadian licenses
Ici , gained  an   'v.        ...    the!    The abundant
sixth   being   o itained   by     S taivcio
.   ���  long Iin.- shoe    Ju fi   ���     the
on  m tti i  the onl;
for the  Ambitious    Citizi ns.      11
and   Shi  .   rose   plaj ed   a   ��������� a
:...   the  home men, and  K. iu  -v
ettt r  than  tor   several   ma   t.
i.v    an i   .   ,.  .i , a    ... orktcd   well
:_ ither on tt I ig, and i laj'dzit u
ii a centi es.    Tuxnbui]   ,.
ti nue hall   was a little out of prac
. .   his placi .  .
..   ea : ���. onies at  i
.... ,, ome   time   for   the   I :lii'.-     '���
tt a_  greai    il     .,        Ill  facl   Is  bt    ������
���i tha     it ii   Ion  than  at hair.    Kirby j
 me in an     C ��� ������   ti a It
Ivi titute       in"    \ Isltors
goal-keejier was weak, aud iii" back
nol   :��� i abb      John red a   good
en    . and Craig shot�� ed u ���
in the half-back line.
,  thi   Becond  half  Hayes
ion aft< i   ha I
but th   home nen
;      prai tii allj   whal   thej   liked,   ,n- ���
i an i inI.  Rovers  ������,
Noi th  Vam ) iver 1.
Phi wei ������.      Rovers���Coal,
,\   ���   ,-, -.    Bruce   and   Clark
..  .  Reid,  Turnbull,  Sawyers;   for-1
wards.  Ha..     Sliawcross,    McGowan,
r lydzien and iii'"
North Vancouver Goal, J, Smith;
hai i.s. Louti . Houston; halves, Badg
er   Holt, C ������ vt trds,    Cam
Mi K.n'i. 11,   lohn mn, Grant, Hasl ti
Mlnm sota   an
c ni y   in*
rwards George Dennis and
in  the opposite
the Delta,   found
 a  buggy  broken  up.    -Some little tlis-
���:   com any, of   Ar-j |��f   jyear.     Discussing   the   Question   tance awaj   lay  the nnfortunate man,
in i   :,l.  .).   Scanl .a.  with John Reid yesterdaj evening, Mi    .������;.,;) a n.0und In the back of the heat .
Sea.;'-,,  '.,.v .  company.   Halm   urg   l   him  to   make  every el'   death  bavlng  apparently     een Instan-
olVUlnnea   iiis.   Tii     ...     compan,   is   ���������'    �� ;il/ team   x"'- ''-'���''-   asail- j taneous,
the largest interested    in    Minnesota I and hav,. a   lew practices before  Dec. ,     animal  is  surmised
V.   the   date  originally   fixed   foi   the
match.
Mr, Reid will Interview ihos(. members of the team who have been prac-
debarred   from   practising    at
the Armouries becausi   they have n--
states be-|Slected to attend drill this *��'iison, and|examine the body
will endeavOi to Induce them to turn
out in futtirt.   He also Intent
his Influence  with  the officers of th
Sixth   regiment, seeking   their  libera
,u.d _>o - hern  -. v,���     . n,
corpora largt   11      anj In British
'    -    for cutting    tim er    under
auunaance  of  low  -.ade  lum
:   ID tb    C inadlan    fiel I    and    th-
greal  d. nand for i;  in th
o   .it,. nufacturing in
ia -iriev makes ii    .articul trly advan*
..-  "a.--   .. the lum' ��� a to have the
aiilT lifted.    There  .-   I  i markel   for
hi of hn : ada.
ATTEMPT MADE TO WHELK
TRAIN AT BELLIMAJU*'
Switch  Thrown     Opf-n    by     Unknown
Miscreant���Engine   :,riJ   One
Coach   Lea.'c   thc   Rails.
ta   i.
ACTIVE    SEASON
IN  SALMON  INDUSTRY
ilvl
ll I
,,li" |,1:,'"'next season will .tv Increased actlvl
latlon and continue to piM '*���* '"
���
1 ���   Greer, Courttvuiy  and    Bkene
i    Hoyden hns arrived in the
ru'   ��rh a big boom of -'t swlfters
he lowed from Union baj ��
���   River mills.     From   tha
ettlng under way ai >'n,on
���ing up nt the mill the steam-
��� was only Is; hours of  tralfhi
. : ih,    n,,m rontalncd almm
||  f. f\ of Ininhf-r.
xpected that
a
these
.,   iu  ui,. fishing Industry iu
��aieis    A number of ivw companies
Intend    making    their
here, while a cold
i���. erected  by  thi
Kake
Capt. Gallagher,
George T. Myers company, hai
under way for th
headquarters
storage plant will
same concern at
formerly   with   l"e
ttis
erection of a
new cannery to handle the -tab tahen
from a number of maps be has bad
drive., this fall. Capt. W. n Robin-
son is putting up a oannery ai Hawks
Inlet, where he already hai a number
Of fish traps, and will commence active operations al the opening of the
season.
\ number oi social events are being
Brranged for the holiday season, and
ihen. wiii bs an assembly on
George's hull.    �����
St.
rcbestra  will  *"l'i'
among
Wednesday
which   llm I"i'''si
,,���. m,w|C,   Several theatre pa
���,an,,"d .", Thai 'My "��<- ���*W' "iir
tlcnlatly  for  "Bahss
lire
i���  Toyland."
\   ill. OUVi
points.
Rugby:
11   point.
Victoria,
Assoc'aition:
\ ,u ouvei league
Shamrocks,   I;   Westham  Island   I
Second   Division���
V MO.A., 3;  OrttiDdview,  1.
cities,   i;   B.C.B.Ry.,   2
Charity Cup Replay:���
ill ��� ��� nlans, 2. Thistles, I.
n   C, Cup-
Shamrocks,   l;   Westham  [eland,  I-
Bellingham,   D* c    -       Vn    atti mpt
w as ma le to wi eck u    ���       ig. r i rain
th.   ii.   B,  &   B   i      a Iwaj   lasi
nighl al  6 o i ock,
\ switch was tlirott n near I
if the  Bellingham   Ba     Brewing    -
��� in;   obJj a few     a .   -V
��� -   ���  ..;  the ' Ity,
'I he engine and on    i oa< li  '<��� ft    he
Nn one was Injui ed. Fiftj
..a ih" train would u.'.t- dash .1
iver        ���   pi mbanknv ni  Into What*
.���i m   creek,     En gin. pr   Storej   ���'. iyi d
i,    is cab, but'Fireman iloft) jump*
,i  he fell  the j'"'
erintendenl   II.  B   Eh ij ���. -,i  the
ad company, said lft81 night that
a hile he Is certain il ������������ a. a deliberate
opt  on  the part of  some  pei. on
to wreck the train he cam >i conceive
whai   the object,  wav.    il.   is certain
witch w;ij noi V        n by train-
mi n
EUiM PliiilillAStSi
PRIZE APPLES AT SPOKANE
     ��� have ta-
k. n   fright   at   Borne   object   aud  run
away,  throwing the  unfortunate man
out   ol   nis  seat.    The Vitality occured   mi the Kirkland   roa I,  about   10
mil *  from   the   city.     Dr,   McEwen
the district  coroner,  was called in to
^^^^^^^^^^^ t i.- not likely i..r-.
t.i"" will be an inquest, as all Indlca-
'" use   .;,,,,, p0;n]  .,, an accident.   The horsi
���   unf irtunate nnni   on   in*
hea ; ,in_;  the   soaip  and  marking
interpretation of the regulations in or-   ,.���ih  temiiles     Aboui   J35   was  Eoun
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     | in the iiockots I H deal man.
season to b,e jmlled off here. Ml.   Brownj wi,��� . as ,,������,,,. -,.-,  ,,u;,
was tt id. Ij known In the vicinity.    Som-     years   ago   in   ; ami
xperience    in    managing    uasKetDau i shlp ulU K   ,   Coultha d, he purchas-
teams, one of Iii- ven tires    i lng I
...iv ��� gsful   ���. ��� ..'���' ago baskt i-
ball team aboul two years ago, whi n
iiis aggregallon won  seveni
der to permit one of the best match. -
of the
Mr. Hahn, who is something of anj0�� agt
athlete himsi If,  has  h id considerabl
!     ���    iv-   and   ,'.:��� ::   one.
MAIL AT CHRISTMAS
SEASON AGAIN LARGE
Holiday  Greetings  Will   Arrive' Late-
Slight Falling Off From Corresponding Period Last Year.
ed a  Loll i acre i anch, "ach having tin
e.'iuai sh::.     The family  resided  :
timi   in this city, bul returne I
��� . nch  some  time  ago,      Tht
i.., as< ! ,n\ ned consl lerable
it  Westminster  and   Vancouver.      A
��� .--    ;veeks  - Ince   he   (feturn. d
i ��� i Old Country, M. . a-
an Irishman bj birth, and aad en
in ih" country about 30 years. V.
lea s a widow and seven Bona, Xor*
: .;. ..   (in -..   Joseph,   Thomas,
and ( larence, and a daughter,
Jane, i ine of the boys is at \i< V
L'niverslt;   e tudying medicine.
:in ��� a! service will  'ake plact
';, IMMENSE WAVES DASH
First   Division   Standing.
Won.  Lost. Din.
PU
Westminster   ... I
Thistles  3
Westham   Island. 2
Shamrocks  .... 2
Celtics  2
North  Vancouver 0
Nationals  0
Big Lumber Merger.
Duluth, Minn., Dec. 20.���Oflkiat *n-
nouncement of the new $20,000,000
lumber merger, known as the Virginia
& Rainy Lake company, was made
public today by l.dward Mines, president of the corporation. The new
company is the amalgamation of the
Edward nines company, the Weyer*
banner interests, and the Virginia
Dumber company. In the amalgama-
tl,m,���what Is known as the Duluth,
Rainy Lake & Winnipeg railroad, will
become the property of the Canadian
Northern railroad,
.North Yakima, Dee 20 Th" carload of .apples exhibit, d bj ll .\1 OU
beri at the Spokane apple show bai
been purchased tor shipment 10 London by Sam Haines, a buyer for the
English markei. The car Is parted
over with labels telling wbui it um-
tains, where from and  whltb*r going.
The Yakima apples Wlll be placed
on exhibition in Floral hall, oue of
the b's London exhibition buildings.
The price Is not stavd. Besides purchasing the -second prize ear exhibit
nf Mr. (tllbert, the Englishman bought
three cars exhibited by itten. T. It.
Tiinnatt, of KarminKton, Wash. Mr.
Haines expects to Uuy eighty ear
loads of apples for the European
trade in the Northwest this year, nnd
live times as many n��*xt year.
j torn     v.   11  ihi   family n     ence   at
Oil account ut the rough we_athei an 10.30 a.m., the interment    to    toi 0
the .Atlantic, all the transatlantic lm-   half an  hour later at   Surrej   Centn
rs are delayed aad    the    Christmas  1   1
mail from Europe will be late, so that      W.  E.  Fai  - ha    charg   of thi
he deihei       dm   b;   Christ*    !   1    Ing ��� nts.
mas day   will    e unable t" reach the
citj  1.1  tim ���  and it will not
IH   day   iv.t  .-1 m,     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
letters and parcels will arrive. flVKH   ATI AIMTIP  I \\r\.
The Incoming mail    egan to arrlvi UlLD  /lILrtllllli LlllLll
.ut Sunday, and the next foui days will ������	
1U8J on. i, v\i111 both mail and par-      X. \>   York, Dec. 20.���After a sh  ������
eels coming  In  bj    anal*.    There  Is trip  than  slv  has ever made  before
noi   0 much doing .11 the local offlee in  crossing  the  Atlantic,  the  Whiti
jihis year, although the large amount Star steamship Teutonic came iu this
jof  business   nas   requiivd   the   engagl     1  a  aim       Shi    nas  due  Tuesday   m��jr-
ni. in of two extra bands tor the last ning sad hei delay was occaalu
three weeks to assist the regular ,. the .terrific gales and hlnh seas,
stair. Practically all the outgoing! The waves that al times -wept th.
mail has been despatched, ih" Euro* Teutonic *��re Beventy-five teet biga,
pean bavlng gone two weks ago. Last according to the ships log, while
week ih" greetings weni oui 10 Ea* icorea of pa tengers were ready to
tern Canada and the United States,     swear they were nearer 150.
While the volume of business donej br. Ashford Hauser, oha of tht
has increased from lest year owing pawengere, studied the atorm scieatlfl-
probably to tke Bnancial uncertainty,Laiiy, h,. Bald thai December 18 the
the amount of money im warded to dl��- w(nd blew at the rate of 100 miles an
tain points has been larger than ever !,���,���,. ,.l!l|linK th>. paint off the funnels,
in fact the department finds that Ninety per cent, were seasick the en-
there is a growing disposition to send t]j.e ,,\!,)U days.
money   rather  than  gift*,  which  may j     A   _,,.���,,   wi|Vi,    was,lt.d    UV0P    th6
become lost ln transit, or be subject to | Seharnshort, bound  from Bremen to
New York, and .lunios KaKub, a steer-
��Ke passenger was thrown upon the
deck with such fore* that, his ukui]
was fractured and he died tvlihin an
hour.
Rum and Religion.
Miss Murcutt spoke last evnlnfi]
al the opera lions., at a '.Dtfortn
meet lng on. "Rum and Religion." She
mad" a brief reference to the recent
municipal election, congratulating 'he
women voters on the way in which
they turned mu to the polls, v -:
(Sunday a Christmas subjeel will be
Riven, Iliusirntnl  with lantern ��1ides.  removed
troublesome delay.   This i.s particularly the case with the Scandinavian residents. The remittances gi nerally have
been heavy.
The department will be Kind  lf persons despatching  letters and  pare-all
will Ht>e that tfley are properly prepaid I Skating on Trout Lake.
and siiMciently addressed,    as    much,     A ,nrge nill,,|���.r of ikaters, both men
trouble has  been  experienced   in this  .iml wonien.  were out  cutting figures.
direction with the extra rush. ()n  Trout  j,,^.  ytlterday    afternoon.
"���~��������������������� The Ice is fairly smooth, and Is said
| to be several Inches thick. At the
Penitentiary dam, where the surface
n j has been frozen for the past few day
the lobbies of thc Reichstag that thej a orowd of youngster., has been en-
plcture abov. the president's chair, re-iJov)MK ������, s,,ut|nKi afUng tho ino��t
presenting a German soldier holding ,������ ,,���, |ltvs���nt coUl Bpej| whu.h> ar.
the French nag In the dust,      to be|00rdln| tl> wwtther foreeaeta, cun. u
Insult to France Withdrawn.
Berlin,   Dee.  20.��� 11   Is  rumored
Ihsi in'inv days longer.
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MONDAY, DEC. 21, *
T3Th SHIVER AND SUFFER
IN SOLICITING ASSISTANCE
Mites   Begging   in   Name     of    Charity
Rescued by Police���Small Change
Wanted for  Festival.
tons from the Act, effective on January lst, 1909, which excludes foreign
registered   vessels   from   Canadian  in-
I hind trade.
Seattle, Dec, 20.���Shivering with the
cold uo thej   stood ou street corner*
io gain ���: mpathy of passersby whose
change they solicited, humane officers
yesterday found a number of children j
acting a__ agents of the American Sal- j
, , [on Army, which has headquarters J
on Olive street, in charge of William i
Btacej. I
Th.- children found on the streets
yesterdaj were taken to the police]
station, whe;.- their names and ages
were taken, and thej- were told io go
home. The children will not be allowed to stand on the corners here-
uVv If the organization wishes to
make a Christmas collection, as does
Vu*. Salvation Army and the Volunteers, of America, grown people must
be stationed at each of the points
-where the collection is taken.
Forjiale
A span of heavy geldings
(bays), well matched, about
1700 lbs. each; five and six
years old.
For price and further particulars, apply to
E. A. P., Box 29, City.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
THE STAGE
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
j Mayers & Preston
LOffice,  Front  St..  Foot of Sixth,    jj
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.    |
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The best Laundry "5oap
Sunlight Soap
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FOR CHRISTMAS
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iADt IN SOUTH BEND.
NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
HARDMAN   &   CO.
A. Harcitnan. A. James, J, McClughan, Front Street, Trnst Block,
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Few who know clever Suzanne Leonard   Westford,  who  win    be    seen
here   on Tuesday   in George    M. Co-
ban's new plaj* "Fifty .Miles from Boston,"  only  across   the  tootlignts  are
aware 'o. that dainty lady's luxurious
home life,   She maintains, bos.des her
big  ranch  near   San piaacisco,   two
establishments; a perfectly nppoitiied j "*
apartment in Centra! Park, wett, audlY
her own summer home at .Mount Ver
nou     The   furnishings of    the    villa
CQnyirtse many art treasures collected
hew aa.j  there by  Miss  Westford
her tcaxels,  including some rare tap-
��� ea which adorn the big hall. Onl;.
Ughl dainty colors are used by Mis*
Westford; soft lvorlts, delft blue and
dainty nose tints p.v.vail from the
wonderful white and geM hall to the a
btae v..: ana lace hung bed room of i
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I Every Diamond We Sells
ALSO   A   SPLENDID   ASSORTMENT OF
Manicure and Toilet Sets   Card    and    Cigar    Cases,    Hat   Pi
Ebony  Goods,  Gold and   Silver Handled   Un*.bi*eli*.s,  etc.
W. C. Chamberli
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Call   in  and   See   Us.
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We do not sacrifice quality for jj|
low prices; we give you both.      *
Xmas Fruits
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win- her over the counter, or by mail���is guaranteed the highest
As to price.--, well���our method of buying wholesale in largest
quantities, for all our store., a! once, tn the world's diamond centre?,
Baves  you the middleman's pmflts.
Diamonds Are
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.ivjL_,ins  popularity that has  marked   i.
ears run of "The GiVtwt 1
in New  Tort;     This  play   ������   ���
prodno fl   . j   Henry   Mij.... ,.yo ..
ago ,u  the Princesa  and  transferred
to   the   historic   Daly's    theatre   lVi��..
season,  playing in all orer six bt.tti-
���dred    performances    to    the    la       .
in the history of cith.-r house.. j
ireatesi American piny comes to
Hi,, opera hou e in the near future
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Bigger Vessels  Exempt, i\
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oil has been passed exempting foreign   '
RAISINS���
12 oz.  package,  three for   ..25c >*.
16 oi, paakage, each   10c I.
Bulk, three lbs.  for 25c X
Spanish layers, jut lb 20c V
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Currants, cleaned, 3 lbs. for. .25c '.
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Cranberries. 2 lbs. for.    ...35c f
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Apples, good one*, per box $1.25  ���
any    kind    of    Jewel rv,
in almost
notably  rings,  pendants,  lockets,
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Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd t\   At Sale Prices
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necklaces, cuff links, stud.*, charms, ani  pins of all kinds.    S ���    mr
oa alogm���-maifed fr.e on request���for the man;.- Illustration
mond jewelry.
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The starl Is Important.   1: means a greatd��al��get under way right,
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The very first step then i.s linn and d*termined elfon on rour pari
to mal ��� ,i -','>o;! start, Tii. re Is no better way t'oan to opi a a SA1
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Christmas  Sale   Price
Sable, German Mini    Mu *:. Ral  Rufl
BUY   NOW
;    Christmas S.ile   Pnce  $75.00 J
Chrlstmaa  Sale Price   ..$^5.CJ  >!
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F.   B.   LYLE,   Manager
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Nnrittts;
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so imt  i'i:   .'ue mood   *.vit'_i_ nu_iii
value of
nominal
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VV hat   e -Vl '    ''' "" t,i! t"t   l   :"'r   **lO0tl0n    'i ei|nlit    Lttfertmc  tu!.
-j .a,.   iin. -���  ayechn mi  ���        ���*   urt cnilor prlating,  .hta-jiii i.  In
oil coun *T< '('inn o'-i lun  attar  *������!! knowa pidntlnga iv w.m*..-.
.��� (WtLD^UDB taM
v- ,h,. c -wDrks <_tf tn.   are uec" -vjrily very eatpflCBivi    <*-���   f tv��.,i' V
Bflted to g'va taw ����May -hdlBoiltallBatelj-;   vc thet-etfoce    propos-.
^iv.i.*. any ot-''*
��ae -doiUr ani upwarda . b
rtiase lose *��� ulv* oppo rtunlay oi fia__a<alag; pcoseessed >n' onus of these
specimen* ot old  COUO try t-idi ar'.
BIG RTiDUCTION PlUCff SjMLE
A a ttfrther indr jcemewt tji purcts��nin|; gt.id: bonte and h1ioc�� at.
Viis linn-, we bftve I,ut on :i X,:'"' l'"'la':Uo'1 ln arice ^af- In all lines of
tootd   ifcoel and sl.iipers. lmtit.Ole   t��r U��e pr-itsont siluh.
See our lllPP* H"wvl ���l)r CaarfBtmaa -preBeotai tlaj quality is   away
[     u. w.feue the pr** is Jusl fcs fur away dow*
Malae your CUrlr.mi* -pui-tbaiW no-w, th__*h��Bt are g<ring fast.
After Them With a
Can Opener
Every woman In Westminster would
be Uahe Knew th ��� dellclousnes*.of the
contents of our high grade tanned
Roods.
We have Quaker, Thistle and other
leading brands; lowest prices
Adams & Deans
Groceries   and   Crockeryware.
COLUMBIA  STREET
A Little Good Coal
makea a big, hot fin  ���' tu " a l il
of poor coal  sends oui
at all.   It Is economic..  o buy
our coal, becauBt     I
goes farthest, maki i ;' ''
leaves very llttli  ash and '"s;
no more per t(,n than   i '  ''
grades.    We  dellvi r  II   '" any
part of the city.    Full   *���'���
always     Telephone    i
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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.gles,   Mouldings. Sash,
n _h,     I urned Work Etc.
t;ruit Boxes..
Plain and  Fan. ilaM.
Bank of Montreal
IH.ICU.OOO.l"
$11,000,000.0.
and  in   London,
mui   Mexico Cit)
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ESTABLISHED  1H l
CAPITAL	
RESERVE   	
_��nches throughout Canada and NSWloundlan
Nen   York,  Chicago aud   Spokane, U.S t
eral Banking  Butlneu Trausac. >d.
-.tteri; of Credit liaued, available will, corr"    uniieutB In '-11 *"���
World,
.aulngi  Bank   Department.      D��posltS   rape! *""*' "f *' '"''
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (presenl rate ,
ntal  Assets over 1168,000.000.00.
VTO  WKHTMINSTKM  riHANCi) "MVMNI'H'  ^
BEBMJ
Eastertrook Milling Company.
Eburne,   I��. C
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50
Terminal $5.50
FLOUR ANI* ""MD MERCHANT^
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CRONT   STRFF-T
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l'i MONDAY,   DEC.   21,   1908,
THE DAILY NEWS.
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EVERYBODY
FOR THE B��ST SHOE
Our Great Shoe Sale will wind up very soon.   If
you've not yet attended to your shoe wants, have
not yet taken advantage of our cut price offerings, why, you're a loser up to
date, that's all.
This Is the Great Shoe
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Slipper buyers that care to see the finest Slippers in town will find them here.
We'll Just Mention a Few
Mi ���       ipi S In black or tan.   Ro i  nnd
...     Bl !���'���      '���'.<<��� ��� - -���   Nnl-
...i v    I'rin    v   Rom< os   In ,
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The Power of Cut Prices
Will si Follow ii       ie a From our store:
\ivi'.- >.��� ."  and   $6.50   v. io[   Leather-lined  iloci      *-v
M< :i -��� _���! ��� ���   v  v .< i.. >. .       :������ -i ���        ile Be*             -���- - ������
,|. r,'- md Jti.OO Ph .. B    er Boo  ij>4.50
\  n'i   ��� ,h,, Blucher Cut Vic| Kid  Boots, for $2.bQ
Boys'  Up     Box Calf Kid  Bluchei  Cul  Boots;   regtila -.       .'���/->
ii ...     lln: i ��� Si ii ol Bo 'vii!  i  $2.51   und $2..       $1.7
Lu,   Call   Bluchers   ex.    leni School  Shoi       lz.     II   in .'.     $i.bO
w   i;    .    izes 5 to 10; regular $1.40 to $2.00 ] I     $1.00 and $ .-'j
, ...i and * i 00 Fine Boots; for          (2.50
Ladles' Em; $4.(i   and $4 .0 Shoi      For $3.25
Men's German Fell  Slippers, n pair  soc
Women's   Q    n   n   HVIi   Slippers;    i    all       6��c
i hii.Inn'   g i ���,:, n fvii S    pcrs; a pair 40c
Why Not Save a
Few Dollars?
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C.
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JAPAN WILL ASSIST
IN INSPECTION
MADE M CANADA
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t    American Inspectors--For-'.
t     mation of Railway Board.
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��� '     Victoria.  B.   C,    Dec,    20.���Advices :
J.  were receive.I  by the British steamei
tnpress of China ye ter lay that in \
���fr consequence of arrangements made
T regarding Japanese immigration to
.j- he United States between America
viand Japan the Inspection of Japanese
T going to the Un ted SI i - Is being
J. j carried out jointly by Japanese an
��fr American officers at Yokohama, begin-
���fr   ning with the sailing of the steamer
aking powd
Make.. Your EXPENSL" Light
Makes Your BISCUITS Ligr.t
Make*. Your CAKES Light
Makes Your DUNS Light
Makes Your LABOR Light
ORDER FROM YOUR    (.��T*^#f^-
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Wanted -:- lost -:- Found
.e_ | for Sale -:- To Rent ���:- Etc. ��
{    lyo .Main for Seattle on December 8.
.j.      Xews was also received by the Em-
J press of China yesterday ihat the or-
. inlzatlon of a Japanese railway
t , board was gazetted ou December i, be*
.;. ing a sequel to tlie nationalization of
���fr  private railways in addition to form
government lines.    The board, wnlchIS^w'-ir^c.^v;:--;:-;'^;:-*-;;:-^-,.--,.- - ������'���
under the  premier and consists of j ~~~-~��������~*~- -~~��� _^
|a presidential cabinet and flve depart- WANTED ��� Two   boarders;   central
ments, also controls the South Man-      situation.    Apply    X,   V.  /..,    Daily
?churlan railway.    Baron (loto, minis-
Iter of communications, was appointed
��j*>
A  president  of the new hoard.    In con-
.���. ��� 'in. nee of the establishment of thin
���fr railway hoard 684 high ;tnd minor offi-
T cialfl were dismissed  and  it was    ex-
�����. pected that by the discharge of these
v offlcals  and   other reforms   about    a
"f quarter of a million dollars  would be
A       ''"'������
News office
TO RENT���Board and room; piano;
close in. .l.n Thin! avenue, i>ear
Fourth street.
LOST���$2.00  in  wet   end    Thuradaj
morning.    Finder    lei   ���    return  iu
this office.
FOUND���Boat  adrift.    Own     please
aiij.ly at Premier v     I,    I .-. city.
fr   D/NAMITE  EXPLOSION   KILLS j '	
MEN   IN  GRANBY  MINE.  WANTED-A girl for light houseworS.
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���** . Phoenix, B. ('.. Dec. 20.���A fatal ac*
T cidenl occurred in the Granby mines
.?. late last night, by which John T. An-:
���fr derson and Charles Johnson were
���J": killed. They had just complete!1
- barging nineteen holes with dynamite and premature explosion result-
el in some way. Johnson's body w.as '
mangled    eyond  recognition.
Re CHARLES CUNLIFFE FISHEH,
Deceased.
.    i,   Mrs.   Passage,   1022  Venable
et, Grandview, Vancouver.
WILL S. T.  kindly ca
1    all      tlliS      a.ff.Cu-
for letter.
FOR SALE���Second  h
ind    ;.iano    in
Brst  class  condition.
. ���:���   P.   O-
box v\ city.
TO  RENT���One targi
��� hed    oed-
room, n. ar Ubi ai>. .-
���  le for two.
vi.-o two small on -
Rent r< ason-
able.    Apply  VT Vii
oria strei ..
WANTED���A nurse g
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quired  from  1  to  6
; ..ii.     Mrs.   Ur.
Jon..-s, Royal avenue
NOTICE is  herebj   given    thai    all
creditors  and other    persons    having
iany claims oi   lemand:       gainst    the   poR SALE���A span of heavy geldings
4.    state of Charles Cunliffe Fisher, late      ,   ,  ,( wel] matched, about 170* lea.
���-  the City of  New  Westminster    inj    , .;i.h.   ,|Ve aud   ,js _v,,arg ol(3    Kor
..   i'. -v. iceoi British Columbia, Gov-      pri( . an!,   lllnh. r particulars apply
nmen   Acn. deceased, who died ��� T(J g   ^   p   jj1/N no  cjt���
���ii    21st da>   of October,    1908,   and	
whose will was proved in the Suprem.   T0    RENT���Suite   furnished    roams,
_  Courl  of   British   Columbia on    t.i        3uitable for light housekeeping. Ap-
tjnd day of Noveiiiiiei. L908, by Fannh       ,,;v 1u Alex speck.
[Clara Fisher, of the said City of New | 	
"f Wi tmlnster, the executrix therein WANTED���Pupils for violiu and nan-
.|. named, an hereby required to send ,;,,���,,,; fees moderate. Addrt-35
���;���    artlculars In  writing of Heir i-:..; :.;,,x  (gy   ,.av
*r|or  demands   to   nie, the  undersigned	
V     ie soUcltoi     ir the said executrix, on   v E S T M i \ S T K K EMPLOYMENT
AGK.NCY-Under new management
266 Columbia street, Phone 366. P.O.
box 807. Can supply you with all
kinds of help promptly, fre* ot
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet west, Prion*. A 2750. Vancon-
'f.-, B. C.
ACCOUNTANTS   AND   AUDITORS.
��� 19,   ii   tin.     nd. rmentiom I
*** j after which  date the said    exei 1
V will   proceed   to  distribute  the  assi is
of  the  said   .'haide.   Cunliffe Fisher
��� .1. amongst the parties entltl ,-.
'���;   thereto, having  regard  only    to    thej
��. claims and demands of which she Bha I
f
v In n have  had notice, aud  the    said
v tecutrix  will  nol   be  liable  for the . ~^.~~	
V ,1 sei ..1 the said ('hail, s Cunliffe AUDITING, accounting and systemiz-
i. Fl hi deceased, or any pari thereof lng, Guinn & Fairley, Phone H17.
*!* 1 dlstlr nted  to any person or    per* 18  Finch block, Vancouver, K. C.
t    *ons  of  whose   claims  and   demanaa	
.:, '������    : all nol  ; hen hav.- had nol Ici,
���;*> Dated tl is   16th  day   of
T \ li, 1908.                                                   af-.'���'���
'f A- WHEALLER, CONTRACTORS
.,��
.-,   .a   L01 n.    51 ��� 1 et,   \\w   Wi -imln   ���  .
*;�� B.C., solicitor for thi    al I  Fannie
V 1 1   a Fl*her, Bxcutrix.
111;     Japanese Employment Agency
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female   Help  Promptly
Furnished.
i
H t II11H111' 111 H '' '"'If." " ''"*"' " " 'l'"'"���'1''""""" '"'���""'"M"1"'"'"'1''' Ml I t n ��� ��� *.***
HENRY'S
Nurseries
Office.  Greenhouses   and    Seed-
houses,
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.   B.  C.
Branch Nursery South Vancouver.
Acclimatized Tested Stock,
SEEDS for the spring    trade
from the best growers in Kngland, France, Holland,' Failed
Slates and eastern Canada as
well as thOM Which ean lie ��uc-
oetsfully grown 'a B. C.
Kxtra choice lot of fruit trees
nnd small fruits, strictly homo
grown and our own propagation
from bearing stock.
Ornamental In nil leading
varieties suitable for planting
In B. C. All the best make of
spray pumps.
Fertilizers, Hee Supplies,
Spraying Materials, Cut Flowers, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M. J. HENRY
I
COLUMBIA    and     VtcNEEuEV   STS.,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Phone   431- P. O. Bo*   885.
11 1     .... - ���>.
J. New some & Sons
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Civetr
������
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
English Watchmaker
Cold Watches for Ladle* from $12.75
tip.
Silver    Watches,    gents'   open    fa����
$6.00.
silver Watches, gents'   open   cit!��%
$7.50 up.
���-gcni     for    Waltham    mid     Kipla
watches,
watch repairing a specialty.
Christmas   girts   in   all   kinds  ��r
I lewelry.
L
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PAGE FOUR.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, DEC. 21
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Dally News Publishing Company, Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
a reels, New Westminster,  B.  C.
A.   Paige Managing   Director
has so much liquor found its way into ,
the hands of the Indians, and bothj
city and federal authorities are mak-i
ing a strenuous endeavor to stamp out!
the evil.
GOES TO   PANAMA TO
SEEK EVIDENCE OF GRAFT
<^o_n^I_.|b|E>
MONDAY. DEC. 21, 1908.
LIGHT UP.
With the approach of Christmas, the
city stores are remaining open iu the
evening until nine or ten o'clock, a
concession to the Christinas shoppers
who are unable or unwilling to come
down town in the daytime. We would
suggest that all street lights be
turned on early In the evening and
Columbia street kept brilliantly Illuminated until ten o'clock during the
present week. Nothing adds to the attractiveness of a busy thoroughfare
as much as festoons of electric lights,
nnd we teel confident that no one will
consider it an extravagance, especially
at this festive season to dispel the usual evening gloom of the city's main
business street.
Newport   Xews.   \'a.,   Dec.   20.���Jos.
Pulitzer,  publisher of ihe  New   York
World,  accompanied   by  a    party    of
friends  and   several  staff  writers,  ar-:
rived Off Old Point Comfort today on |
Mr.   Pulitzer's   yacht  Liberty.    He   is
on his way to Panama to investigate j
conditions   prevailing   on   the     canal
zone and probably to secure evidence,
in   connection   with   the   purchase   of
the cana]  property  by    the    government.
PROFIT  SHAKING  SCHEMES.
rh.- leaders of the labor movemenl
In Great Britain are not so sure that
;,,    profil sharing scheme of Sir Christopher Furness Is altogether so favor-
.. i : ��� to workmen as it appears to he
ou its face,  says  the  Victoria Times.
They doubt  whether  it is  sufficiently
enticing to justify the sacrifice of the
potential right to strike.   If our la    r
:  :. Is   will excuse  u..  for saying so,
the potential  value of the  right    to
engage iu a strike cannot    be    very
great, from a practical point of view,
in  countries   iike Great   Britain���and
in the United Slates too, for that matter��� whe iv-   there   are   generally   very-
large num: ers   of   unemployed   eager
to work at almost any wage,   Iu British Columbia we have one great enter-
e in which the principle of proflt-
asharing with   employees   has  been   iu
-. gue for some years.   We refer to the
case of the British Columbia Electric
Railway and Lighting Company.    The
experience of all  concerned In    that
ar    to   have   been   enl   ely
tory.   It is quite true that em-
oyei      if  that  com; any  have    been
". >*������ u *    expn      -      ions that so ne
��� ��� .ii of i roi edure, invoh lng of
sed remuneration, would
e more pleasing to their   indei
ii-. bul  thi re is little probability of
he ideas ol  ill 1 eing reached in this
an : on  the   whole  il  may be
* iid thai  nowhere in the world can a
ifi   com nted  . ompany of wi
������ met,   Pos   blj the Industrial unrds
in Greal  Brii  In ha... reached the ch
nie   tag, a   a consequence of ; olitical
igitation, or it may be that the stand-
rd of remuneration is too low th< re.
Whati ver thc fundamental conditions,
*^e f ct remains that the proposition
>* the great shipbuilding firm at Bar-
'��� .w-in-Funiv-s has not been accepted
wiih complete favor,    it Ls    regarded
suspicion by labor leaders. Con-
seguently   the optimistic comments o'
��� the British press, such as the follow-
���ng from the  Pall Mall Gazette, lauding the r. form as a cure for Socialism,
do not appear to be entirely justified:
"The principle of co-partnership or
��� in sharing promises   to   ,:o   more
: '-'1  aa;.   other at  this    moment    to
���'-������  Ore  oomplex   riddles   cf capital
. lauor.    Mr. Balfour'g .speech yes-
led on some of those ad-
-������-  which have    already    been
ov d for It In the experience of pra-*1
It gives thi  workman
esl in his occupation, tail ut   Of   industry,   pro*
ment of   < o-operal on,
'ii 1    ��� Btrikea  to the ages of
artBm.    Mr.    Andrew    Carnegie's
tnarkabh   ;���   tlmonj to the system is
orne out bj -. i rlments in this
'juut->   r-:   thi    S   nil   Mi  ropolitaa
ias  , and  of ihe  Arm^rong
inn al Nev.  a tie,   Now, we have the
old  venture of Sir Christopher Karat   Hai   epool,   the    results    of
���vhich will be watched with the keen-
��� attention.   The magic of prop, rty,
���  lias been truly said, 'i.inis sand In*
o gold,' and by enabling the workman
to acquire proprietorial inter.-sts, there
ti provided noi only a ladder for the
cis.. of efficiency but a   solvent    for
many clan     asslons and social heart*
burnings.'"
Victoria Wins Over Seattle.
Victoria.  B.  C,  Dec.    20.���Victoria 11
won from Seattle the Y. M. C. A. international    basketball    fixture    lastj
night after a close game,    the   final |
score being 32 to 30.    lhe game was'
fast   throughout,   with     the    visitors!
showing more    speed    and    accurate;
team work during the first half, while
their weight proved also to their advantage.    At half time the score was
25  to 18 in  favor of the visitors.    In
the second half Victoria    materially j
Improved.
Get the Habit
Plates
It-
special TODAY.
Patterns
Seven-inch   Plates
3 for 25c
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"THE   BIG   STORE."
Headquarters cf Santa Clause.
%
"'.\e buy
same."
for cash    and sell for the
r The Moody Park Store
Corner Sixth   Ave   and  Tenth   St.
A full line of Groceries, Confections, '
School     Stationery      and      Christmas
Goods.
W.  H. SMITH,  Proprietor- ;
The Edison Theatre
Corner Columbia and  Eighth.
High Class Moving Pictures, Illustrated Songs. Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Special Mtitinee for Ladies and
Children Saturday afternoon at 2:30.
& Co.
Get a Smoking Jacket
or House Coat for
"Him/'
Tlie restful cornfert which is enjoyed in the wearing of a
House Coat; the soothing effect upon the tired mind after a day
of hurry and worry are reasons why you should remember him.
Looking at them is a pleasure, buying a satisfaction, and
giving one to "him" a delight.
Grey, maroon, blue, etc.; plaid collars and cuffs, edges finished with cord, silk frogs.
$3.50, $6, $7, $8.50, $9.50
THE PLACE TO BUY YOUR
Toys, Dolls,
Fancy Goods,
China, Glassware,
Books, Bibles, etc.
\\.   ari  giving awa;   i       | f:. t���v
let,   ind a 10 piece   roiiel   v   Come
.    these   Buj
,.   -v, a r- a I, I gel
AT
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
(Three  Years  Wall .1. A.  Lee.)
has just opened    and    solicits    your
patronage.     Mission   farniture  a  specialty;  office and store furniture;  all
kinds of furniture repairs.
First flaps Workmanship.
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
Workshop: .16 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  O.  Box 304. House  Phone  B 29.
FASHION DEMANDS A SNUG. TRIM
FANCY VEST
as the recognized requisite of every outdoor costume.
An Ideal Xmas Gift
The great popularity of the Fancy Vest this .season makes
it especially good taste for the holiday giving.
Good dressers everywhere recogn
and demand Fancy Vests as the winter's
smartest turn.
$2.50, $3.00, $3.50, $6.00
**************
Nobby Clothes for Men
Morels
COLUMBIA ST.
[C.   H amber
��� 1       ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary   Public Corveyan:sr
Room   10,   Brine  Block
New   Westminster P.O.Box^
��B_B��y'.CTB*a��
GROCERIES for XMAS':
Fancy confoctioaerj ,:    ,-: ,
vtV.n-. 1'nri : . a    tree \i;
goods at tow.   :
THOS. RUTLEDGE
The  Residential G-oct.
Corner sixth Street and P I b \.nm��.
Phone 404.
NOTICE
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P. (). Box   471.
Tel.  58.
BBS. In
f Gasoline Engines
We Sell the Ceiebrjted
Palmer Bros.
Engines
cid & Co.
���������������������������������������������������������������t��*����tmwMm��vmwtw��
i Our Xmas Sales Are On i
IV4 to 25 h. p., - and i ��� 1
valu   mi the markel    Engine! kepi '��
v.. k a'_
..Westminster..
Iron   Works
JOHN   REID,   Proprietor.
\rH.i.h struct,  ���   New Westroloaef
,ln twenty municipal elections m
Manitoba u few days ago, ten con-
���Utuenclea voted "dry" and another
ten voted "wet." Each party nu*
lays claim to n moral victory, an.l is
��� <*rlairily entitled  to it.
CELLING   LIQUOR  TO   INDIANS
LATJDS THIRTY-SIX  IN JAIL.
.Tnneati, Alaska, Dec 20.���There are
confine*) In the federal jail her.- thlr*
iv-nix men serving eentencei of from
two monfha to ten months foi selllne
liquor to Indiana.   Not Iu many year*
Opera House
This is the Holiday Show
Thursday, Dec. 24
Victor Herbert and Glen MacDonough's
Greatest Musical Success of the'
Century.
IN
TOYLAND
Presented with an augmented
cheatra. Cast of twenty principals
mid the beal singing chorui ever Heen
in a i*oad organization.
tn*-
Production complete as played cigh-
i York and tv
months in Chicago.
Prices, $1.50, $1. 75c and 50c.
Special redm i on In
Christmas Presents
OF JAPANESE  GOODS.
A. SAKURAI
B'-gbie Street.
Opposite Wind ���
A Grand Display of CHINA-
WARE   for   Xmas   Presents
Leave Your Order for TURKEYS
and GEESE,    -    All Drawn
New Store.
Public Supply Stores geo^adams
otel
PYTMIAN
SKATING  rink
NEW K. OF P. HALL.
Eighth   and   Agn.s   Streets.
Hours: Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
2:30 to 5; evening, 7:30 to 10,   Admission 10c.    skate..   25c,    During   the
ChrlBtn.as    holidays     ohool   children
teen months In New York and twelve   umi0r  twolv"   wl��   be admitted   everyday from   10  to  12 for KK.   |ncludlng
skjat��H, and on Baturdaj     ,e _,.,������
Columbia   Street.        New   Westminster,  B.  C.
Phone 92.
4
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L HENLEY
sia_. ufaotorer of
inenal Iktat-Ek.
AertfM Wa.f^v
Family  trade  a  *p*6,alty'
C*��fiM   Eight streel
WESTMINSTER ft
Tel. 113
NEW
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Htinir hours for  10c,
t.ie
Including -Late-;.
a
Christmas Goods
.lust opened up direct from England; we have cut down the prl.ien
to suit every pocket. See our show window display for a few of the
pood.t suitable for Christina., presents.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
mm
niNHITalfBi*
REPAIRING ME
Such as Guns. Umbrella.-, Typ<**tft��r��,
or any Hght automatic machine*. W
paired, so to
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on tho NV
FOR SALE CHE/P.
J*arge steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
Ono straw cutter.
Om* top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new i
becond hand poods.
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block, Near Tram Office.
Phono 27C.
nd MO
NDAY.   DEC.   21/  1908
^������^l
THE   DAILY   tfEWg.
PAGE FIVE.
__     I. H. SMITH     The Cash Stores
Waste Any
Time !
ONLY FIVE DAYS  FOR
CHRISTMAS SHOPPING
The bent Inducemen ''    cd awaits   you   at   this   Xmas  store.     I-
addition to the ex ������_ .rdnary values Veady advertised we are submitting
:ao txtra value., in Women's Waists, marked at such a rnce as will maki*
���Vs :torr fairly  hun*  from now on  unt.l   Christmas.
��� ���������     ���������     ���������    ���������     ������- ���       ��� ���      ���     ������      ���������     -���. ���������    ���*���  . ������     ������-     ���������      ��� ���������   :-��-:Vt..)[.'��V'.��-     ���������
$12 Waists for $4.50
��� *; Vi.i    -  n this Ioi   ii  taffeta Bill black,  n brown,   cardli
.   i ncl  wa       madi ovei    ilk      ��� ���     nd a       pie trimmed, ne*
.    li   ,,     Ri vi,.   ->  ?i > and $12.00  valui    for  $4.50
$3 Waists for $1.50
a ���'     i, v .| all w ...i (,e ijmen iff _
��� ��� I-   . rea n and  colors    Ri .via:   |      i        ,���    n,,y.  at .., *
��� ��� . . .-       ��������� ��� *��-��� . , .......... . . . a . .,
NOTE- Thes,  waists wi  ���  ��� i consl   '������ ���       lo -   v.   ���       _
We could If we deal ed    ������ '    lem oi       u ng and sell th*
Ir ret  lai prices    We got them at   leas   than .manuf cturers'    prl
i    a Christmas Inducement and offering wi   hav.   put ���'��� n
on sal   ai the above mentioned pre     Don'i fall t<> sei n    me; all Biz.   an
., .irs.
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T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's
Raady-to-wears
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City N ews I Ideal Xmas Presents
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���I-  Mam ��� II. ni  Vici... -.a. ������    the Russell   <>
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handle "B. C." ami "Old
rs.      The    old
n [c   Choi ��� '
Maurice,    representing     the
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We are showing a line of goods suitable for holiday gifts that sur-
anything ever shown before.
We have rockers a* special prices that will give you a chance to
make a  present at. a very little cost���and be presentahl-
Bee our special lines of lace curtains     Odd line ��� and
three pairs    .      ���     th m half price.
Whin- Mar-ail! .- and honey-comb bed spreads at $1.00 each;  re_-.it-
lar $2.r.O. $3.00 ami $3.60 goods.
Come and look through.
i
Di /idi    company,   whicli   plays ���
b< ;������   v.  the 29th, he  R    iel! *
hotel yesterday. X
Hollj   ami   Mlseltoe   for   Christmas,  j
Phone 184; Tidy, tho BTorlst. **.���
LEE'S  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMIN8TER,   B.  C.
Opposite  Lome  Street.      Phone 73.
A meeting of the Woman's. Auxiliary
of the Royal  Columbian hospital   will
be held in the board of trade room at,
I thf i  o'clock  thia  afternoon
For berried  Holly    for    Christmas,
| ring up Davie..' greenhouse, B 208.   ������
j
Tonight the Voting People':   Society |
Of thi   Ollvel   Baptist church will be j
addressed by Rev. A. deB. Owen, pastor of the Reformed Episcopal church.:
Phone  B278'and  get your clothes
cleaned, pressed and repaired in time1
tOr i hrl Unas at the Royal City Dye
Works,  co ner  Fourth  street and Co-'
lum **
Tl culo        society    will
m to n ceive a
hi t of th     -ecenl  dance ':i:
fi vl   ol  thi   socii
R   ',-      was admitted to th.- Koyal
Columbian  hospital  Ian  evening  suf-
from a racture of the left
leg. ha ������        feked by .a horse at
Cloverdale  during  the  day.
Cli Havana cigars of exclusive
mer thi "Brlllante," made by the
B, C   C   ar factory. �����
Th. of   Olivet   Han
list i !   this year to
give  a ho                   in  St.  George's
hall oi Dei    30,    I - ��� tad i f the usual
Sun- v.      enti     .'nment.
MacKenzle's for  Fountain Pens.  **.
A    n ������   Kirk a ia    if  Eighth street,
while playing ;��� ��� i   Moody  park
on   Saturday morning,    slipped    and
fi Ing a bone in the right han I,
ceived  mi ��� ntlon    from
wai   ���
A sj ���    :
���   church wiii
��� Id  on   Wi    ,���-'..   ,   . | \-
lumber   of
. i-  hymns were   sung,
anil  -.,,.-      ?��� ���    ��� 08  sung.
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Qamon's fur Royal City Mixture
A number of small iiiatt ��������� cafite before tbe cit) council this evening,
which require winding up by tiie pre
Bent board, The report on ihe reduction of lighting charg'.p wlll again
I some up for consideration,
Christmas !
Five more shopping days
and Christmas will be here.
Our store will be open
every evening, starting today, until Christmas.
Our big clearance is still in
full blast.   Wheii we say
our prices are lower than
any other shoe store in
B.C., we are prepared to
prove it with the goods we
are offering and the prices
we are asking.
We are receiving by express
the latest in Xmas Slippers.
When making your selection, remember the latest
cost vou no more.
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and Saturday; $121.00 in prizes free, ���
i v. annual Christmas entertainment of St. Andrew's Presbyterian
11 church Sunday school will be held on
Wednesday evening, when the u. um
Christmas jubilations will be indulged
in.
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There are probably tki M     p  b   i"n'\  hod in lh" worl(1 f0t
"ifi'. people than by Thos.   W>n ft Son   fit
rhoss willing to a-'sirft In the decor*
ntions of Holy Trini y cathedral tor
Christmas are a ked tu ie al the
church on Tuesday afti i noon ai
o'clot k Olfts of llowei i for the altar
will be, acceptable.
R. T. Society, of London    W*   Nave  hiindrfidW  Vi
books he.iiden a large range of oftST hooks.
Eilinhurgti,. and the
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A nice piece of < liina makes a Qic��(j
Christmas  pre tent,    .1 tn    ft   Dea i
have marked all  tiieir    china    away
(own    'ii   clear.
The  Belfast, well  . nowil    in    thi
���port   and  owned   by   T. ���!���   McBrl I'1.
of  Vancouver,  which  struck oil        '
Rook   on   Friday   week,   when   loaded
with piaster from Tacoma, is new at
Everett   for   repairs.
Eggs, Eggs, Eggs.   If   ou ���. ant
of them, feed  I.ans  Voglsang    i u
Food.  It'i  the stuff that contains the
materials   for  egg     production,
your grocers and druggists.
A children's canta a w II be b Id
at the Queen'., avenue urch bC ioi
room by the Sunday sohool tomorrow
evening. It Is intltlcd "Around the |
World wiih Santa Cla -*���" A pleasant evening Is assured as the < hiMr- n
nave iven in training tor ihe event fnr
some time pa t.
Singing Our Praises
There tire  large numhers of business mon, and oiher insurers
nn- mi I uf Canada to the other who are continually singing
v  praises of the Independent   Canadian   insurance  companies   I
���epresent for the money they save them in premiums, and  for the
prompt manner in which they settle all claims.
My rates for insurance are lower than others.    Why pay more?
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
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THE  DAILY  NEWS,
MONDAY, DEC  21. m
BRITISH LIBERAL        J
PARTY'S PROGRAM
Half of Measures Outlined;
in King's Speech Carried--
Government and Lords.
London.        -   mber 20.���So    far as
practical  work is  concerned, the  Br I
session    ui    parliament    under    the |
premiership ...  .v.  Asquith came    toi
an  eml   j esl i lay.    The   two   ho i   is
will meet again on Monday, but only
to  receive  the  king's  assent   to  hills ;
al ��� ..!;.   passed, after which they will
be  prorogued  until February   1(5.
Five   Principal  Acts. .
Many minor '.aws were enacted
during the year, but of the ten important measures foreshadowed In)
the kind's speech only tive lind a
place In the Statute Books. These
are. the old age pension bill, the Irish
universities bill (to which assent was
given before adjournment for the
summer vacation.) and the measures
Axing eight hour.-; as the time miner-.
shall work under ground; providing
for the purchase of the London docks
at $115,000,000 and placing them under
u central authority, and a bill for the
better protection of children. This
last named bill establishes police
court trial for children, prohibits juvenile smoking, and aims at preventing minois from visiting saloons.
Measures Rejected.
Of thi other measures projected,
the Licensing Bill was rejected by the
House of Lords and thevvo Education bills were withdraw^, jiecause of
I. failui e of the church* party and
Ihe Nonconformists to report a compromise. The bills that ai'm.-d ai the
��� tti r housing of the working classes
were pui off until the n.-x' .-..-sion,
while the promised measure for Irish
'and valuation never -aw the light,
and the Irish Land Purchase bill was
dropped.
Among others consid I the governmenl passed an act empowering
the .indues to give habitual criminals
indeterminate sentences, for the two-
v i mrpose of reforming ��� eir habits
and protecting -oci. ty, and a bill im*
*vakt< <_ for attempi to bretfk
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HOUSE OF QUALITY
TIES : The finest assortment in town.
HANDKERCHIEFS:
Fancy borders, plain initial,  all silk,
linen hemstitched.
SMOKING JACKETS,        BATH ROBES
We have them all.
Fine selection. Reasonable prices.
GLOVES, COLLARS, and all other sundries
suitable for
Christmas presents for gentlemen.
L
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WILL   SUPPLY   ENGINES
WITH  WIRELESS OU.HTsI
Sun Francisco. Dec. 20.���Southern
Pacific locomotlv. * are to be equipped
with  wiiii-s.s  telegraph apparatus.
First, the i.v.--ary receiving de-
vie.�� are to be nstalled in ihe passenger servic . later, even the freight
trains will be ��� ii ed with the most
modern apparai is for receiving aerograms.
Within a few days one of the locomotive.-- is to be equipped with a wire-
less plant as a test, and after experiments have been demonstrated what
sys..-in and styli of planl is the best,
all trains will receive the new safety
��� .    es.
Shingle   Mills to Close.
ngham, Dec. 20. -The majority
of the -h'niV- mills In this county
will close tomoi i ow nighl for a two
weeks'  Christmas   vacation
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���THAT'S   OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Hates on work of any description   or quantity   quote'
on application.
Jac son & Morrison
Daily News Block.
New Westminster. Phone 38S
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T  hospital from lst January, 1009 t<
.j.  Deceml ��� r,  1909,  with    tbe    follow ing| |
*   articli s:    Bread,  wh I    lv..wn:
J.  bei :. mutton; mill ries;
���J* | wood,    la er  c ird.   co il,   wa    i ,1
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Wing   Yuen  Co. Family Rates
LADIES'   AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits mnoe to  Order.
Columbia   and    Mclnnes?    Streets.
Royal City Laundry
Royal  Avenue and  E ;;	
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
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THE DAIL�� NEWS.
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.
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COHAN & HARRIS Present GEO. M. COHAN'S
Musical Play
50 Miles from Boston
Supported by the  Most Expensive
Cast Ever Seen in Musical Comedy
Hazel Lowry, Jcs. M. S,.3-l*-6. Suzanne Leonard Westford, W. Douglas
Stevenson, Chas. Willard, Waiter P. Richardson, Alf. Helton, Thos. Emory,
Percy  Helton, Ella Sc. ��� .     Huiton,  Kathryn  R. Perry,  Russel  Pincus,
Lester Templeton, Sta' r -.Ids.
Musical Gems Galore
"Boys Who  F.ght the  f-   - "J*0k   and  Jill," "Waltz With  Me," "A Small
Tcwn Gal."   'A nt  It  A.v'u .     'Harrlgan."
MUSIC  LAUGHTER.   TEARS  5L��i^ED
A   PARADOXICAL  RURAL  MUSICAL   HiT.
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Fowndes', Perrin's, or
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BILL  SURPRISES  KING.
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tracks run past this protfori).. Price $3000. Reasonable
terms     THIS IS A SACIUFI
VV. N. Draper Westminster Woota^ Co.
B.   C.   Land bank and store fitters.'
Surveyor of Mission Furnl&ure,
Ellard block, New Westminster, B C Mantle-   etc
Works: Cor. Eleventh St. and C*ir Lkne
ADVKRT18E IX  TUE 1HII.Y  NEWS | Pnone 473.
OPERA   HOUSE  BOOi^-**-13*3-
Ii-1    22    :,. Miles From Bostor;
Dec,   -I.���Babes   m  To., land.
Dec.  25.���-S*9___3y   Bottom.
/   Dec.   29.���Th��   Great Divide.
*)ec   HO.���Florence  Roberts.
j'.iii. 1.���Si Pluttkard.
JfiHI .'..���Henry'-.*  Minstrels.
I Dominion Trust Co.
1    London, Dec.    20.���The   *]-jag    aDd
.queen are annoyed by tk.li-   splendid
j Christmas  gift  from   ._:���?    TransvaJi-
government, the famous Cullinan dia-
Imond,    It wa.. recti; Ijito serviceable
i;eVf!_ for Iboir majesties1 wear by an
1 A'ax-'terdam jeweller, bu'. no funds are
avaJlabW to pay the cutters huge bill.
The treasar> does not possess    the
authority to   .';;akt*   .appropriation   for
the purpose, and the king- declines to
pay the bill out of his private purse,
and the cutter sees little prospects of
having the bill paid.
T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.
New Westminster,  B. C.
JAILOR   PAYS  NO ATTENTION
TO WOMAN'S CRY FOR HELP
Everett, Dec. -0.���A woman coni'.u<>d
in th.- city jail, was almost suffocated
last night by a tire that started in the
women's ward, presumably from stu-ba
of cigarettes.
As the woman was noisy when paced in tke cell, the night jailor paid no
attention to her cries for help until
Baggage dellveren promptly to I ho detected the smoke. When the
any part or tbe city. ��� ,.<>or to the ward was opened, the ni-
ugiiidiiu neavy riduung    ....,s,   Thi. beddlng   wa<  Ptltireiy
OFFICE���T��AM   DEPOT. consumed.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Ufflce "Phone  18s.      Barn  'Phone  137
Columbia  Street
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cases literally loaded with
Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods and Novelties
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and Calendars���Fine Display.
MOREY & CO.,
Xmas
Gifts
Perfumes,
Chocolate?
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etc., et:.
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Do your Christmas
Shopping with
The People's Grocer
and your money will
go farther.
Three pounds mi *-:���'������ nuts  ..50c
No. 1 Japanese granges, box 65c
Corn for popping, per '.b 16c
New Dates  (bulk) 3 lbs. for 25c
New  Figs, large ones. J lbs 25c
Candies galore of all kinds.
An exceptionally nice line of
first class chocolates in fancy
boxes which we are selling at
very low prices.
THE
Hardware Store
Is the   Place  to  Procure  ����ur
Xmas Goods
Get something that will be us
ful   as  well as  ornameivial.
Bttl %��S RAILWAY    I
CONNECTION TO GULF
Razor Sets. Carvers. Five
O'clock Tea Kettles, Plated
Goods, Shaving Sets. Mirrors,
etc., etc.
CA.WELSH
The PEOPLE S
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
Anderson &?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
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the Walsh Sash
and Door Co.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Wet'.n- nster.
Doors, Windows, Turning,  and Bandsawing.
Colorado & Southern Acquired by Burlington, Part
of Hill System.
New Vork, Dec. 20.���Leading inter*
! esta in the Colorado it Southern Kail-
w.-.iy company, Including Edwin Haw*
\ ley, who is said to be the largest In*
'dividual stockholder, .md Frank
I Trumbull, the president of the road,
I announced yesterday the sale of the
! road to the Chicago, Burlington &
\ Qulney railroad company. lni'orma-
' tion as to the price and other details
of the transaction, however, are with*
| held until the meeting next Tuesday,
i when the board of directors of the
I Colorado & Southern will hold a
. meeting for the purpose of completing a transfer of the property.
The acquisition of the road by the]
! Burlington gives  the  Hill  system the
Burlington  being  owned  by   the   Northern  Pacific and  the Great Northern
Railroad companies,    its   long-desired
, outlet to the coast  of Texas.    It   will
bear practically the same relationship
'to the Hill lines In the Gulf of Mexico
territory   that    thi     Illinois    Central
bears to the Harrlman system,    Until today's announcement, however, it
'was generally supposed that James J.
��� plans to get to the gulf were by the
purchase of the   .Miss,nni.   Kansas   a..
Texas railroad.
MOVE   MILLIONS THROUGH
STREETS  CF   NEW   YORK.
We make a specialty of    fir   doon
I steamed and kiln dried.
W. E. Walsh        W. E. Walsh, jr.
Facto-y:   End  of Third Avenue.
Phone 413. New  Westminster.
IT        ADVERTISK        TB
THE       DAILY       NEWS
���    To  INCREASE You.* BUSINESS.
New fori., Dec. UO.���Cash aud securities totalling half a billion dollars
will move through the streets of
New York and Brooklyn today and
tomorrow, the occasion being moving
time for the mm.. Savings Hank in
Brooklyn and the National Cl
Bank of 52 Wall street, Both insl I
tions  go i-i tnw  quartei -.
Thirty-two   million   dollars   in   ca
and   securities,  guarded   by  two line?
of special policemen, will be tran :���
red   in automobiles   hy   the   Brooklyn]
institution  today,  while $50,ii00, i in
cash   and  $500,000,000    in     -  curlti.
goes to the new home of the National
City Ban'-; just  ac-i ���     the -<-".������-. iron,
the old building on Sunday,
���S_BMW__MK3B��E*K.��
Just Arrived
Ij   .    shipmen   ol    ngll ti tlware, small brass  kettles, lady  (ing
:;. il . Quei a"  pudding  bowls
��� niy articli    for C gil
BRYSON & SONS
Sole  Agents for  Monarch  Ranges.
Columbia  Street. Telephone 65.
MAY BE. BENEFICIAL
TO EUROPEAN PE.**.C.
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11 :uq eyerj balls'. 50 a  rv
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Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten  minutes after the  hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the  hour,  commencing  at  6:30
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gone one ier in bis ] olioj  . I
personal refoi: coming a   ���
tul.-i.    II ��� has  |i        .1 himself
-tain   from   all   alcoholic   drinki
the n main.I. .  ol h - life    This acetic
vow   would, according  to    stricl    - tl-
quette, banish drinl   from all dinner*
tit  which the Emperor is present,
Hi-.   Majesty,   desiring   nol   to  emu iel
his   courl iv -   to   follow   his   i sample,
has prepared a tempei ance drink, like
champagne,   which   he   drinks    while
the cullers enjoy thi   ieai cl ampagne
When    the   iu,.. roi    Is   invited,   ihis
special   non-nlcoholic   drink   I       supplied  to  the hos    In  advance,  and  Is
served   to the   Kaiser   in   champagne
bottles
���'
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.,Ltd
*********** * * * * *:-***c*:*..***?-*::?*j
Booklet   on   Fruit  Culture.
An in'ores ting   booklei  on horticulture and thi   proper    pra  ii     ul fruii
��� ���, ���    luuj jusl been i ssue i bj   he provincial  govei nmeni   untjei   ih<    y, ,.,-
tlon of Thomas Cuiirtln   ������������      . ivla-1
cial Inspector "i   Fruit        i       Much'
valuable  Information  Is contained   in
the bulletin, which will be forwarded
to  any   trull   grower  applj lng   for  It,'
As far as possible lhe i ii ol technical
and obscure language ha.   been avoid
ed, In order to make i     advlc    and
ln��tru!ctions   clearer   to  He   average
fruit culturlsl
C
OOKSLEY'S
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POSTCARDS
.\RE NOW ON S-^LE AT
M. MOREY'S  STATIONERY  STORE
J.   G.   GAMON'S ClfcAt*.   DIVAN.   F.
MACKENZIE'S   MUG    STORE    and
"THE FAH.," Columbia iMreet
Turkeys, Geese and
Chickens
POR   CHRISTMAS
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Mghlh St. anfl    Fifth Avtnui
PHONE 3/Q.
BOWELL & OODv, Freprnt-**.
PUT SOME OF YOUR
PROFITS
IN OUR
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
YOU might just as well receive 4 per
cent, interest, added quarterly,! on
the money you do not need till next
summer.  Write us about it.
The Westminster Trust &
Safe Deposit Co. Ltd.
B&i__'.;'aSiEC=
Christmas Gift
Suggestions
\ suggestion ou our part may aid you in deciding what
to buy for a present. Hundreds of customers read our
Christmas advertisements and visit our store, see tor
themselves the articles mentioned and decide Immediate.
iy with satisfaction to themselves tliis troublesome problem, "What to give," \\'e will aid you In any way we can.
whether you buv or not come In any look around anyway,
A Superb Showing of
Christmas Handkerchiefs
The wonderful range of handkerchiefs now on display surprises
even those who hav.- always given ns tho credit for having the besl
assortment. This year's showing is double that of olher years and
we are able to offer you lower prices than ever before, ami something new���even In handkerchiefs.
Initialed   Handkerchiefs    May be luid in  boxes at  BO much  per doz n.
or singly at nil prices,
Ladies'  Initialed   Handkerchiefs-.In all favorite Initials; each 10c to 35c
Men's  Initialed   Handkerchiefs���l'uiv Unen or Kxclda;  .ach 25c to 40c
Men's   Excelda   Handkerchiefs���Wii h  colore-1   borders or  plain   white;
each    15c to 25c
Men's  Cambric  Handkerchiefs���Each 5c to 15c
Men's  Linen  Handkerc/iiefs���Kach    25c to 45c
Ladies' Plain Cambric  Handkerchiefs    With  one-quartei   or one-half
inch hems:  each   5c  to   15c
Ladies'   Pur_t   Linen  Handkerchiefs���Wide  or narrow   henu ;  ��� ach   15c
to    35c
Ladies' Lace Edge Handkerchiefs    Some  of  the most   beautiful   hand*
kerchiefs we have ever seen ar.   here In these lace edge     tyles,
The vm-v dnesi French and German Valenclenne lace and Insertion ar.   usi : In coi     i    lon with  the  sh.-ar.-s; and    liv
linen.    Price ranire ext  nds from, each      20c to $1.00
Cross  Bar  Linen   Handkerchiefs     \   greal   demand  has  Bprung up   foi  j
thi   serviceable dainty handkerchiefs.   Some are made with
i    I ���     others have plain hemstitched edgi   with *   ���
..-.   ���    designs worked In corners or   towards   centn      \
ram    of pattern   to choosi   from; each  20c to $2.CO
>   f\    '
i.A   __��___.
HANDKERCHIEFS
A Special Line of
Ha ndkerchie. ts
For Christmas
--- 3 for $1.00
tn.-r' fifty do llm n h ue! ercbii
; n* the money ��� ver 'Old In l I   ��� ... .-    old     agi;    i
for $1 00   and I >i e up In   oni   quart        i ne-hall
boxes.
Men's Initialed Silk Handkerchiefs���With wide hems; each 50c to 65c
Men's Plain Silk Handk-vchiefs in white only; each , .40c to 85c
Men's  Fancy   Border  Silk   Handkerchiefs ��� In   new   patti
i"   65c
Ladies'   White   and   Colored  Embroidered   Silk���With    .i.i'!
bord ;  ; each  25c to $1.65
Children's Silk   Handkerchiefs���Kach   10c to 20c
Children's Colored  Handkerchiefs���With   funn;,    pictures   and   Bo
regulai   kindergarten handkerchiefs; each    212c to 10c
- ii.:
Underpriced
Linens
The entire stock of I
stitched, drawn  wo
ti n  erg linen* hv,.    ..
at  big reduction id
past  week.    We hav.
many  line--  entlrel
prices  continue   until
of this year,    \    i ta
the home can be cho ���
n great   avlng In co
Bee theni.    Thi .   will
���>vi;h pleasure  whi i
or not.
Christmas Bo.\( i i
Tinsel Belting
Thlrtj   lm h     ���;  :!
and all vei
width  from   i ' ;
\ a:in ,     .
with gill ��� '     oni
e Ch      ������       Ho
	
Neat Pearl end
Souvenir B
....
maph   .- .i     nd    i
. ild
.:   d
to	
The Best of
Black Silks
Lor Dresses or Bior. *
VV I.,';.
ths    of    i
;      i     de
This 5 ear we
in ever ln i
��� ,i Sill
���: ids o       \
$22.50, $26.25 and
,Valst len
each  $**.00.    $5.00.    $6.00
	
Ex leptli    i ..  stylish  and    of
_ i . I  valu.-.
A NEW LOT OF
Ladies'
NET  WAISTS
.liV arrived in time for
Chi istmas, flne vs bite an i cn am
net and lace wai ������   over
.. lining of besl pn ai Ing Taffeta
and Japanese silks. A Bplendl i
choice IB all sizes and In either
short, medium ov long ���'���'V.
each   $8.00 to $15.00
Attractive Styles in
LADIES'
Kimonas and
Dressing
Jackets
New York styles and New
Viek made, uro.'.uced in th8
1I1H-.I sanitary and best equipped
factory iu that Large city hy u
manufacturer who makes aj
specialty of these garments
alone.. The patterns of materials aro new and attractive;
stylos are popular and hecomluK.
Kimonas���In   good   American. J
flannelette and  klmona cloths;
f.;,ch  $2.00 to $6.00
Dressing Jackets���Kach 9fcc
.to... *'<350
LACE COLLARS
AND TIES
Of Every Descriptic
jSa^5/".."*"***. ^vW-~~. ���"*'"..^*-^3rai
Esscv -��*>..  �������__.i'^sr J.****"*"!^s'��;"
.*KW\?'��, **a       W*a_V* __**_-** y'ffW     .���/','
Then Is r. eliane.' Lo choose servIcealAi aJfc'eptubli little Ch
gift* In the immense range her,- presented and ���*"��� ',,,sl '���* ���*"
compared wiih ttfttny other lines,
Ladies' L��*^e Ties���In 54 to 6.  inch lengths, white or cl     -
ous widili- with dozens of dainty patterns to select from    Spec a
duetionu     Regular values to 40o; now   	
Laities' Lace Ties���In fine and dainty patterns; a great vartetjtii
'Oriental laee and silk; eaeh 50c to 5- '
lace Collar��_ln the usual neckband style with and Without
ijfjlnt and tale fronl; mad., of fine Oriental Oulpure or insertv*
tese laee.    Some are nicely  finished with ruching on neck,     Cho
25e to V   -
from	
Lace Fronts���Combined with collar in the newest design- ol ���'
and cut In the newest shapes; white, cream and black; each 50c  o
Lace Shoulder Collars���In white, black and cream; each ^
to 	
W. S. Collister & Co
���
THE STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR
���aWBBPHt*

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