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 |,ite, Sniles & Co.
PIRE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
.
Sl'MI      I
White, Shiles & Co
REAL ESTATE
260 Columbia St. Phone 85
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C,   WEDNESDAY  MORNING,    NOV.   -���:. - v*u;.
*�� I
:;
/ , n:\ I EN rs PEB v. .     .
fORili LtAGUE       GAME IN LILLOOET      STAMPEDE SOON TO     HARMONY AGAIN        WATERSHED SURVEY     FIVE lTT   IS
���SUPPORT MISSIONARY      BEING KILLED Off        STARTLE ALASKA        REIGNS SUPREME     SUBJECT OF DEBATE PART WITH GOOD COIN
Icouver- W^tminster Dis- Natural   Enemies Prey on P. Manahan Finds Paystreak Wordy Warfare Between Mc- Further Representations wiU Same Position  Secured by
Feel Strong Enough     Full Grown Deer Owing to     That .Makes all Previous     Ewan  and Mayor  Keary     Be Made to Ottawa by J.     Several   Men by   Paying
���icts
lSen(J Man to Heathen.     Scarcity of Smaller Prey.     Strikes Look Small.
Thing of the Past.
B. Kennedy, M. P.
From $50 to $100 Apiece.
u VM . ...: Westminster district     w Man*on, the banter an.i guide of     Alaska �� on -.he eve of a stamp**
lorth leagues  mil   apply for the uilooet. waj in the city yesterday.     such as then
pegi i'f    ilnteatolng a missionary,    a reporter's mention e.f game, as a
���ant In the foreign ,���bjecl  of conversation,    elicited  un  of Dawson.    Il  will not be the wIW
vh      ���-������'��� mean the raisin* ol emphatic  assertion  from  the  woods   belter-skelter tu
m j.      a .������ ar among the mem- man that the deer In hi.- district, -it
tbe league.    A Btep in  that lea8ti ar|J dimlnlshlns in alarming de-
ttion *a�� '��� ';'l'u at ttu' mass meet-
lol   '
workers held last eve-
grte.
Tho IneJians, s.iys Mr. Manson, are
��� ���:,'-   Avenue   church,    	
i a tended by over 100mem-   'oalh to accept the idea that the de-r
Vancouver     and   a
large have been exterminated, Theyoxpialn
.-. of the three New   the failure of the hunt on tbe mouu-
leaegues. i tains by saying thai thc game lsdown
jie following  lesolutlon mnnlfe -i elow.and falllne tee 8nd the herdsin
tuated the leaguers '���""���'' accustomed   haunts  In  the   val-
l                      res] onsl illltj ��� the;   saj the   ���   t .,.���  Btill in
cognize our person- hills.   Tit" truth i . Bald Mr.M i    in,
esieoasil        tor the extension of !llat thev arc neither i'i one plaoe nor
Itn and  feel called op- the other.
��� ������ cannot 'go';    and The huutor attributes the disappear-
ir       e      mbership of this Van- ;,;"' '"' the deer   to the   ravages of _e
iter  district  Bpwort.- their natural  enemies,  the oanthers
,   Idea  that we ar; coyotes,   wolves,   lynxes    and    othei
: a missionary of our beasts which prej upon them tor foo1
, 'ne It resolved, Brst, One | mther. hesays.wlll devour threi
The   sroundi I  '��� ��� .::.gs of James Me1- Representation! will he renewed si
has   nol   ieen    since   Ewan,  manager   for   Ar..   Burn,   who Ottawsi bj the New Westminster cltr
-    raw   old, fair old, golden days   ran  a  ten-mile race  here' durin..:  UM council through the local  member, I.
Provincial exhibition, has at las- been H. Kennedy, to the Dominion govern
sooth.'d. as will be ae n from the foi- ment to have the department make a
lowing letter  which b     senl  Mayor survej  of the water-shed of Coquit-
Keary: lam  lake in order that the corpora-
704 Sixth St. West, i aigary,     , tion may obtain an absolute title tn
'      -   ..        tiOY, 23,  1907, tlie pnjparty  which  was  reserved  ir>
*r  Ktar>:          ���                 *��� the city by an order-in-eouucil ; asset
Deai   Sir���I   am  in  receipt of gola
.'a- b, won by A. Burn, of w'hich we
thank you very much. '. must ai>olo-
gize for anything I iiii; nave saiel re-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  I 'ou;   H   You  must  H.itnit that
prospected during the last two years,   , ,, ,. ^ a, ^..^ ^.^ ,o gho v
liable for wealtn which
��� the first days of tUe Klondike
a tig and spectacular thing In history, but it will be a well-organized,
wealth-backed movement which will
mean big  economic changes in every
present . Ia< er camp in Ilia north.
Valdes camp will mark the cent r
Oi th i.ea :: riet. Val les creek It-
a tributary to the Shuahltna lher.aml
is abo it ��� qui lis anl I ��� I .w-en Seward
an i  Fair anks      l;   has  be m  fn ely
Sums of money aggregating nearly
|400 are mentioned in connection With
the names cf Qeorge ami II. H. Ani
drews, self-styled commission agents,
who recently opened and still more
recently clceed an office ou Front
street. The total amount Is trade up
in sums ranging from |5n le $100.
and has been contributed by five dif-
fi r. nt i arties.
It  is possi: ie that  the  Messrs. Anl-
but not until the last summer was th
true paystreak hit, and then    it was
bli  a; lent).    Pat  Mon ah en was fir.-1
to land on it. and among other things
.. - b -''"'i nuggi t. Th re
een    round sti tie k that rtms  i
high as $i 25 eo the ; an. and the pay-
I   tha   Is now uncovered is i ighl
thl out enough to m
'���iiately    apply   for  the deer a week, and an ��� i llnarj  i
. ��� Ing our  own   :. ' - ���        :                                  B    I  ��� r   in   >
that    We   aim   '.a ���          ���                       rclti of ra -
nts per week I other      aallei    pre _
If of    I                   i ���   .           of the f<        prow-
enl " h rs, has led to     moi
,   i ning ivas well tack    n ���'..���      ���       ad this has .
s     lurge repi      nta- In thinning oul the herd    .'eel  to  creek sectlon>   At that tlme twen,
; j   .           che?, t the      aa ural Increase.   As a
dal car ���    slayei                  a says the i agle
a K lievi   he d( i
know w hi icer gn   nd '
like.
A-  1 eei.: a   O   as  the   sluicing   a  aso.-l
before tie, ���               i             ,      in to
sift i;e   to Fairb inks   ol   % o l-lookln_g
poor :-. ga   n the  \   .
rted :    ie prospect-
ii  wa-" stated flitit  iU
vu- cam-   home fre'in the coa it,
:.r  principal  race, and when si
o re  ������-.' re  askln.  where the
wa ;       1   fell   rathe r   corner d
l ha i tn saj that wo dhlnt g I
How ever  I  have trieel  'o
i.i en ls  as   faf*   as lay  ln my
a .,    tl . :-  In thi   pap rs,
i._: letting the- people know wflatbas
un 'ei -\. Burn as prize won
tVestmlnstei    foi    tea  mi'o
ra        I hope : ui vt     lo     over at: -
Isagree Ho ������-
��r our d '      Aga!l
tl ! you een  behalf   of A.  Bura
��� self, I nm, yours truly,
JAMES McKW . \
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ rews  have-  Just    left   the    city   for  a
some time- ago. ,bort   holiday  trip,  and  intend  te) re-
'Die    .-.:ve;.-   question    was   again   turn and conduct    a perfectly legitl-
talked  over at  the  city council meet-| ma,e  business  with the  assistance of
an exceptionally large staff ol clerks
and collectors, and for this reason U
is eKvn.ial best to be extremely H
thi nd thai il would be an unnec- ��uj in writing up the interesting sto-
 :' -   !'"1 Aid. Jardine,  ,, ,..- their short career in New West
whe> thought  thai   the  matter should   minster
be res rved 'or discussion at a public      -rhl, Aieirews brothera. as   told tn
Ing on  Monday  night,    anel  with the
exception  of Aid.  Smith,    \\h> took
meet!' ( ��� held nexl week, all the
members of the council Bpoke in ; .-
7or of havi ig the survey made at th
expenM , : the city in ease the Do-
coul . not lie in-
��� ������       : form the wi rk,
: 'on   Of  th.   wai   r  14,1,-9-
���      \ as   Lommenci d b.   Maj i' Kea-
yesterday  mornlna's    News,    arrived
h ri on M enday, Mov. 18, ana proce   I
In mn ( li.u��� lv.     They
hired n offli c In the Windsor hot I
m Front Btreet an I
se i are I a two - ar le isa on t'i' pr< m-
isi s. i.i order to convince Proprietor
.  :      tu ol    their    boa i  fid-'e     tiie>
r" wh        ���  :  '1 t0 tlh' ��Pen ; ll",:i ���     paid down   the sum of one
-   ring    i the  press addreased  to _,0���ar |n lv:ll nu,ncy    Tlu, ..,0 ,,UM,
lng tlu    stand  of the eame ,.,,m ,.,,,..;,���,,  ��� ,,ily wherecoIn
:  BP ':  I '  l!u' vv;11,'r ri supposed to bo al a premium, but
1 " ' ��� :-        '    ' ]:]"b ��� ���-'������������-,i that ho ,.���..   ���,.,,  aI  Iea8l  tha,  -j,,,.,.,;,.  wet!l
habit   of aus- erlng .,   m  ,,. ,,u     ...,.,,, (1 ;t ���,,,,. wlthoi���
numbers    - tn v  a also ed with, as y,<  ���   Q, {]ww refe outfilllng         ,.
.   uf   W e -l  ,, ed     bj
leasai              I                    ". will di                    '   tbe h U>
a I     Ixtb  Avenu com iai ttivel
rown  ai II        Vn     thi n
s di at  of I
h
Si
Valdi r    nd       Ing for thc-lr    ':
. :      T   Oy   ,\; \c :���   ���    ' -
.
listrict and tha
niltted
:  : i very Mt-
it.
i ���> i'V  r
:'1!_________________________________________________________________
rifle
Mr   Manson I   a
-
^^^^^^  I don  '     :'       !i,;''   lh:-                i big toi   ep ���nder cover, and srnc
at for mis- eer might have a l^neflclal
i ��� :     lie  also  critictso it
|��itriiiir;              ��� i        thn i    md : '-"������      ame  warden ���   I i  ad-
llari     waa taken '' ,!'eir dutie       ���        afar, in
ivork. having them engaged in Ih*
i\  nue choir wa     res centres,  which    the)   an   sup
.    i rei b !������! ���. "   . ' ���<���  protect
COPIOUS HAINS HAVE
INCREASED WATI!! SUFl'l.V
..      "a The rei ent i     a
j  el  the   ; ; .nliiy of wa-
     ,.���.  i;. ri. . la<
ipen   letl    s,     Regarding the  points
raised, hi   ���- s ol the opinion that a
of 1 itei she i of Coq I
hike shoul I bi       inted    to  the < ���' y
.   boul   .       trit;    belli     subjei ' ���.   to
' i  - lng a survej    rim-
Id In ;:.   vicin-
it,   ' ' '.��� riiis  ibe'  pnst
I I ove rnment  woul \
to sui.      ��� Ilmi
a nuivi i
Havi offlce    he next Btep was
to a   tire effli lenl  help.    In r ply fei
adverl tements Inserted in the papers
n  i " n    called at  the
-;on     .< ut���-' .>iiie<'s    on  Fronl
.. and  were    made    aftquainte I
with the te rm;
.'. - a auaranl e that the) n oul l ��� i
ry out their uart of    ��
that tl Jtrlcl In Alaatca h i;
: - e   he tai I thai   here
all pr a new ' ig camp In
who h e' ������ '" t"ri info
We
| . ;;, t. Afraid  cf  Influx,
.'.lilting of the <lis'-      Toronto. N'o .26     r e    tl  ntion ol
ai, and   Va -   the   provincial    immigration   depart
ment has be re drawn I a leaortcd ^ie
Influx of unemployed from ibe United
' ates. The llffli altj Is admitti d, re-
Dorts of ei similar nature having been
roceived from London, bul no clear
w:i\- of dealing   with it  can    y i  be
 Bean     It   In.  been  state 1  mmm  Imml-
���    \    vici president,   Miss   .;     Ion   Inspectors  Should  be  plaoeJ
Pleasaat;   third  vlco-   ri   Nlusara   talis   bul   under  preao it
I .mi   Richard,   Vancou-   renditions   of   imm', aws  th.#
e ident,   Miss   ^el-   prespneo of an offlcer-could hav-o llt-
N'cw   Westminster;     Ifth   rl    i (tent   In   reaffainrng    the influx
of the unemployed from south of ihu
line
���   Kpworth league   I
Beers were el-
he    d Btin    of  t'.a
Ito\ ��� \. m. Sanfo  I:
ll.   ll.  lieu on,   V  'I
I  \ li       ea   ��� ���nt. Rev, J. I.
sary [nue obtaining   tiio
trai ervice  from
team   lant.   On Fr -
roved i   nditi   i
the Val        cn   '.; section  report that   of a at Goldstre       wis  shown
���   a iking " untry th ��� ��� y. which there-
he Ti .] thai  wl ���    ��� teai     plan-.
the Tanana Is a low-grade ; roposlt ��� i   The hill qu ta of power is now    i ing
lerythiug  thsi  bis   ienb.it on the su I   the    i    ctric    ompany,   both
:���   is   ri ���.    bia i r than   an -   for Its tramway service and
thins; ever  ' ui ned ovi     In  th    K   ��� mt.
 H The electric company had made
i        i;. ormatlon    has  come   fri ia is foi   starting    uji additional
men  whose words  Alaskans  take  bs   i wei   for   its lighting   service
their bonds.   They have tried to pr ��� I ��������� i required, bin wltn me po-
vent a Btampede, Instead of start our     ��� ' ��f rain was noi found ne.-
o i  for th ii   ia a nn    di ��� line t i  tell  es ary,
what they know aa\ ��� to those they Mr.] il mai ging director ofl o
can trust and whom H maj ���-. i bmo iiiimalt Waterworks company.ataV
good. '''  'BSl  nighl thai  there wouitU from
|-j,,.  uii.e]e  sliushi'na  system    bas   oow   ������     i   n sufficiency of water for
long been consider I   ; ;   ������'  I lng li Ul     ' requirements bl the  Is.  C.  E'
' ' aa found it no longer ime ;i,���, ,.UM. :1,e;-.   Mh   ;in,   ^        ,1C1I1,;
We
i .���   md establish the bounds ot tha
Regarding   the  in-
���  r  -u ply, he
('lib.     | ���. - -\   propo ed    ome
���  i oul  lmprov emenl i,
; ut -M.i  S an ol the wai   ���
��� -n taken 111    ist al
��� : ' . le ' 1 i 5    r
poned.
i ��� .. i the' Following a-
������   \   ich 1     I a '.  forwarde I  to tho
vri ���;��� nf the open letter?;
Ve .- ���  ..   the 22nd reachi >l me ."���
and  ;'.i  r ��� 1.   I beg to  -.'i.  that
.    Mrs.  Rev.   F.  A.   Ma-
ink   r;   ���' i' i..
>' mui i. Cl Ulftvack.
ri lolutli en  ���>< ii    al io
p>   cess    our
ener
'   e. of Ne ,\   '>'��� ������ '
���    ���    nl  mo !-
OH     1'U "IR
of our leti
r nt)0 i  ���    '
: of  the
at hj arranging (or
during    th    fli ������
:i- ES IN DAWSON CITY
ARE SOARING UPWARDS
i       .   atltt ialn      '���
[ ir the  pi. sj octor.      Sim e  a   w hi j
��� ;��� sj bi ted It, it h is been , ossl
' le tn find  "prospecti"    prettj   ae?r
i re  t a re waa    a  Bhovefflful o!
������ ravel to be thrown Into a pan.   Until
V e..'e ��� , reek was ni ened up, nol hlng
' Ig li   i   ieen hit, although (alrlj ���������   i
. i   ,   ii (qua i at tho head, o1
i and along te> the mouth   il
:'     It has      en believed th il   ther*
,vaa a l   -     In e.r-    infl It la    "
<vcirie' company.
rO    '   ���.
,il-
irlce of a nti       r of comn       l<      |     I aov   I .-.ee   Moi
..    i .;.e i    ; ��� t i    ri iweon  i   i
_ the lasl re is a
I i OS] ."������ of lorne (ew lines runnin-!
bew, iim on tbi' ,' hole the Paw mui
market will be well supplied mni tbe
pi Ices ��ill noi  be stiff thl   ��� intei
Eggs advanced tli ��� wei   k from >11
to vlb a case.    The   retail prl e has
'   baling  actress   wU?  Jumped (rom b0 cents a dozen to two
���   terdaj   evening  m .rii-'cn [or $1.26 <>r T.e centa to* a slt>-;
Web," a  problem play   '--b- dozen.
1   lotj   order.      Mis*)
I ll   II
BOOTH   CON8IDER8 HIM   ELF
ACCESSORY   TO   PEACc
ow lng telegram was
tordaj  by ���'   c. Hrown, wi!o-s��
Dolutmi nt to iho poaitioa uf
���    i !   i ai  ib-  B   C   teenii. nil iry   ( n I
hese i olumns least  ^ ���   k
h   ouni il    for   your   eSppo at��
��� i    "i   ���   an ii   Saturdn '.
I.  i. it. K nni I ,"     Mr. Bro  a
irn tod       om Vli tori >,
i   ad   i   ho sl'
of th.' !��� iriuri s eomn i   ion    f
In   i     i member,
Brown  i
sure, be onlj teen pleased to give -in
accounl of their slbwardshlp at a pub
lie meeting to be held next tftfek.
At thi? meeting the chatrnran of the
water committee will, it is expei I d,
Be able to inform the ratepayers of
v hat is being done to Improve the
water sun ly. rs well as pnV-'Tve the
purity if the water at Coquitlam
lake." *
NEW STYLE PI MING
IS NOT SATISFACTORY
eai iei hand mer to their f
emplo >   i the sum of >100.    FsJling
���. are an advance (rom the l>anl
if tl a embyro comfnl ision
ents' colloi toi s  were    Inforffl-ftl
thei could secure Ihe posilion Upon
parmenl of anv sum fr.mi SS I up
Some  paid,  some d' i lined   the o
ied  tee their obi j<r        PI i
are deliriously happy todaj%      ���}
Th ��� i e altlon (or w bl h  :     ajto
were  :    tim -l to BII was -worth I6G a
month, '
Three  Voncouvfti     im-'u  werj <'���
i | iy trying to bee ate the- Messrs
Andrews,    ul  th ������  mei  ��rth no mo d
suci i   ���  than the i < lice(  ������, bee    have
'  en  making  fn fi r thfi j   ���'
d h   da  -     The I';���,.,.  Vanecouye
who are all Englishmen  p oi :
rived ountry. admit   lv;. n i
mus of money to sei
the di       I p i.   i Ib   man bou    -
I   ' paid J7B,
whil   i ie third believed he bad s  iu  i
i ine Ii     hen he  h aded over )100 to
im.
Tl I ofty oi
O. N. H
sou ' been
���
WlU
l:::ers  '���-- 11-'en ICb to  tl
���   :
e'liier*   alt	
i     iii     N'. ">,   ri est min uer Steel  Iui d |
Ivoc e : at t;e 11 ik of
i'i��������� ��� ���' 'I by the ejov
rnmei ractoi    who are enj
ia  ibe  re plankln . oT ilie so na ap���
DELUINOER   HAS
' IOATIONS
of  a  blgb degri
een i onceded to 8 i-
London,
Booth, the
my,   when
AsiMeiali'il
I
Is  claimed
Sugar    has    gone  from  -.'j  to   W
I'orted bv an efflcionl cast | ''enis;    bacon from 30 to 85 centsj
tod una pldy |��� a i |Ung ,���,���-   bam fro,,, 28 f. 30 cents.   Butter
a Favorable Impression   scarce, and  dry pack    and pickle
dlence, which repentedlyap j ���ellli-g for r,0 cents.     I
In talented lady al the. close] thew Is not more than enough good
' ''     ' tlramatln    sltnaUons.
,;.".'"1 '������ '' 'i' the course of which
"     ;  Informed  of  her motu-
'"���' wna interpreted ln a mai-
.\'o\.    26.   (bn.    William
head ol the 3ftlTatlon Ai-
inie rvlewed to,day  bj   the
PresB with  regard to his
visil  io  America and  Germany, said
thai  he had  met with  the    greats*!
success and sympathy everywhere,
"l think I can consider myself," be
butter here to lasi longer than twV
months more. The outside quotations
understood u> be 37^4 to 40 cents. Tho;
,,,l,l, ������not  me.evlv a harbinger Of, b��l   hearing  waa   commenced on   .Monday
an  accessory to  peace    betw e'en   n
M
He referred with the greatest satls-l
faction to  the work  he  hud OOOOmp-      Owing to the large number of crushed in the direction of Bending ���'�� "*' which have been lately roaming
better  class   of  emigrants    Into  thn around the city, and as a result, of the
o       eltrators  !:i
thn  V, X. ,v   i'.  c     ,   conclude i  thej
eviden ie ��� esterday and r ���
ei decision, Tbe- re lults of thi >���
Ial ors win be handed down al no
early date. The hearing wai tor tb->
Bettlemenl of the question o�� amount
e'f ibeieei!',.": which t'hrisUiplu'r Hrown1
sustained by the Invasion of the rail ' ,l,P ;lM'' ���'- i0 ;",,, Probably be uiiaMa
ni'potiatc  im' grade,     With
Ott .       ..     \    ���   I
roach      the brldg     It itead of lay of th    , ,     ,, ,.
ng  the  plank ���  cro isways,  they  are   , .,��� ;, , n    h ; tn the I ���-���   I
nailing the n   bnvn lengl bwaye.
resull or tbis plan will he that hi 11
h mil.i". :������- ���   considerable    toad    will
way   eompany   of   his   [iToperts.     Tlu*
hearing  whh   commenced on   Al
morning nnd finished last evening
o( trade tl hia invest!
[nti '    ||     I ..I'll'
prevailing on the Canadian Pa
i U'e'; w<  lei u   lines last  winter
nl irs <'f tbe i I'lanlid efforts lh '.
  'a*    ��� o put   forth   to   Illlike   ne     I
planking laying crouways,    they are   whatei  r    shortages    existed  In the
able to Ml  t foothold, but not ��o with  company's  equipment  which   will,  he
the new style of roadway.   Many complaints have been registered  against
the innovation.
;' A of the leadfog actresses
:it    day   could   approach
none
snrnasB.
Wh��"   Money ||  Shy,  Too.
'  Y"r"   N"V. 88.���The board Ot
i-- of lhe  I're'Hbyteriaa
ia�� authorised a si>*>clal cat^
for it
���bun
Irioiei ,
Ni ha
ralsinu of   almost $-��
' '���'    used in   Korea,  wher-
now rognrde.-i a�� wneoiAi-
Using
vi'M nt bringing buttei   in a��J^ttM| ,.|li|0|,  SL.ltog  .������,   Canaaa,  and  toll  many complaints which have followed
I rom the coast Will nm about 20O6nW|
a  pound.
Canned gooels aiul fruits arc Steady
WbisklOT advanced since the last
bonis arrived fr<ini  10 to IB ]ier lent.
President'* Turkey Shipped,
Westerly, it- I.. Mnv. so,��� The
Thaubsrivim: turkcv which Hoiace
Vose annually sends to Iho pnald����u��
ef tin' 1'nlteL-d Stutes, was shipped ly
him to Mr. Roosevelt today. It weigh*
twenty eight pounds
of offers he had received from sov��v-
al states lo finance this movement.
Arransements  for    the  big  Asialu
Echo of Boxnr Outbreak.
Now  Mexico, Mo..  Nov. 26.���Glean
or  and I.eroy   Chestnut    wero todav
paid 110,000 by tho Chines* gottrfr rmde at ffie ^^ me60n
ment as damages for tb* death of
their aunt, Miss Kloanor Clwstnut, #
Presbyterian nifaslonary, who was
killed In Lien Chow in 1905, during
the Doxer outbreak.
tho excursions of the hovlnes, it haa	
been decided thnt a pound keeper wlllj Exclusion league meeting to be held
'' iy-HKCiil to work during the wlnt��r| on  1'rliiay  evening,    in    the  Eagles'
months. Applications will l:e receiv- \]rU, ware perfected at the executive
ed by the city clerk until Ave o'clock ffieeUug held yesterday evening inthe
on Monday afternoon, and it is proh-| Columbian offlce, when all members
able that   the appointment    will  he, Were present.     Considerable routlno
tfa'tl business was transacted, and plans
same evening. Tt. IT. Matt, whose] for the future laid out and discussed.
term of offlce n8 poundkeeper expire! The Rev. J. S. Henderson, who had
a few weeks ago when the regular boon invited to address the meeting
pound season closed, wil) again hn 1 on Friday, has announced
candidate for the position. wi!I lo un.;; j8 to ,;0 ���,_
a enal le ll to hand! i v ith due care
nn I diligence all the traffic offiS ��� I
(or carriage over ltd railway. I>
ueiuliluros on rolling slock and ie"(iili>
tnent   alone  for  the  preseni   year nm-
oint to twelve million dollars, to sn.-
ootiilng of double-tracking ami the
provisions made for increafajd facilities nt principal C. P. R. termina:
points.
that he
W J Hrandrith. secretary of tne
B. C. Fruit Growers" association; J.
Johnston, of Nelson, ano"L. iSl- '^-tga".
of Revelstoke. president and managing secretary respectively of the B. C
Fruit add Produce exehange, will
addreas a fruit growls' meeting ac
Chimwgek thl* Afternoon.
J_____________H^p_______________Di_________________________P����^ pm*E  TWO
T3E   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDI .
'* J 4   *�� 1
THE DAILY NEwS
I'. 'i. he l by the I al     Si wa P ���
I [shin an      ' I,   at   1 b<
offices, (.orner of   Sixth   and   i'
st '-' y Westmii    er, B. CT
E.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
WEDNESDAY.   NOV. 27    1907
o,   consistency:
Looking   over   the   reports   of tha
Conservative   Convention at   Van.'Oliver, we came upon this:
"J. JJ. Taylor, of New Westminster,
moved the following resolution:
Thai this meeting approves of the
action oi the local government in asserting its rights with respeel 1,0 th I
control of the fisheries of the pro
vince and condemns tlie Domiu.oa
government tor its lack of policy and
inaetivil,. in dealing with this most
important industry,
lie briefly sketched tbe history or
the uegoiiatiou* between the province
and the Dominion. The chief necis
sity was efficient administration of
the fisheries. Dominion control had
proved corrupt and Inefficient, TH��
motion was unanimously adopted."
We could hardly believe the ovi.'
i nce of our eye.-. We- knew, of course
that iie McBride government wa/
"asserting Its rights" in the matter,
ami we nave not anything in say fl*
to that, excepl thai we make it ��
principle i<> siand up for ihe provincial rights; but uhiri ihe {government
of British Columbia has some rights
of property (as in foreshores u_>od for
tra]i sites) it certainly has no right
to "control" the' fisheries of the province, for the very good reason th it
it Insisted, when the province entered Confederation, that the Dominion
should take over the whole matter.
The real meaning of Mr. Taylor's r ������
solution then is a demand by the
British Colum' ian wing of the party
that, if tin.I when the Conservatives
come Into power, the "control" of the
fisheries in this .province shall be
handed over to���.Mr. John Pease Babcock. We certainly expected, and we.
think we hail a righl to exp��ct, that
any such proposal would have met
with most vehement opposition from
;.\Ir. Taylor.
This .Mr. Taylor, be it remembeteo,
is the i ditor of the Columbian, are!
the Columbian has strongly oppose.t
the ideas and suggestions of the sai I
John Pease Babcock as to how the
fisheries cf ihe province���or rather
the salmon fishing ia Fraser waters-
should be "controlled."
A year ago. certain drastic regulations suggested by Mr. Uabcock were
recommended by a majority of the
fishery commission. These proposed
regulations would have practically
stopped sockeye fishing inside the
ituotiths of the river. A deputation
���sen' to Ottawa by Xew Westminstei.
succeeded in having these drastic pro
posals very materially modified hut'
the Columbian has continued to de ,
noun re in the most unmeasured terms,
Uie men who composed the deputation
because they did not succeed in entirely defeating Mr. Bahcock's efforts:
Now the editor of the Columbian
stands up in convention and demand.-,
that flu- whole- control of the fisheries
shall be handed over to the name Mr,,
Babcock!
J.  D.  Taylor  as  editor of tlie Coi-j
umbian     says    that   no    interference
with the' ine exercise of their call-,
ing by the fishermen    on Praser river shall be tolerated on any pretence
whatsoever:    the  same  J.  D.  Taylor
aa delegate' io a Conservative convention, gets u)i ami demands that a cer
tain thing shall be done the doing of
which would mean thai    tin   use of
any  Balmon   ne:   uf    an>  d<e6crtptlot>
east    of    Xew   Westminster    bridge
would be absolutely prohibited for all
time,  and   that    the   us'   of  socl.e.vo
nets iu thai  pai' of lhe river lying 1 ��
tween N'ew Westminster and the se.i
should be so restricted that lt might
just  as  weii    i.    entirely  prohibited
thrfle years out of every four.
That  we do no   al  eell overstate tn"
case will be (pipe, evident  to anyone
wlio   reads   the   official    report   on
lisherie_> issued  by  the  McBride gov
ernment ami   signed   by   Mr.   Babcoi.it I
That    gentleman     has    been   fishery!
commissioner    of    Ibe     province   for;
some  six  years  and   II   is  understood
lhat llis engagement  has been recently renewed for another term of years
As an official  hi'  ri of course undet J
fontrol   of     Ihe   government,    and   It
would   be   ridiculous   lo  suppose  that
he  would   he continue 1   In  offlce and:
allowed  to  piibUsh these  reports year,
after year  if his  proposals  were not]
In accord  with the policy of the gov \
eminent.    Therefore when .1. D. Taylor demands that  the  control of thei
fisheries  he handed oV**r to  the provincial  government, he  demands  ths
adoption of that policy of closing out
the  while  fishermen  an I  leaving tlie
business   to  "traps   ami  Japs,"  which
the  provincial   reports   favor and  the
main features of which we have above
outlined.
Going   Some!
In this issue o: tie Dailj  News a ���
f- mem  c\' r
';:rri< : local paper.   This is ��� w-
-������ shown by ...
: e:.'s Big Shoi        ise  w ho have ta\--
tl is opportunity to inform the people of Xew Westminster in tbe quickest  possib] ��� mann r  that   anotJi.r  of
'.'���use   gigantic   sale- for   which  they
are so justly famous, i- si irting tomorrow, Thursday,    lt  is confidently
expected    by  the  firm    tha:   several
thousand pairs of shoes will quickly
change hands  to  the entire satisfaction of    bargain  hunter--,  as  well  as;
those who always delight in well shod
feet, and who can at the' prices quot-.
ed indulge their whim.
PARTNERSHIP
R. -i.   U ri.:: my, Proprietor ol
decided to
lake   in    as a bu ..���.��� Mr.
ri: ! rson,  iie'    preseni    b<	
Tbi' firm win commenc   to do bus-
under the nan e of McM ..- w
&   Anderson from ihe first e i Deci a.
ber, 1907.
Mr. McMenemj  wishes to take th
opportunit) ee  tie.nixing liis many cua
tomers for th ir    kind    patronage in
��� the' pa -r ani   trust -  they   will   extend
the  same  to  the  new  firm.
GoiciJ��niith Silversmith
Diamond Merchant
Columbia St.,   Next  Tram   Office
CITY ELECTIONS
Musical    Comedy.
"The Koyal  Choi" ha;  sixty people      NOTICE is hereby given to the ri
in the enst. not including electrician'-:,  ectors of  tiie city of  New  westml -
stage carpenters and    property man. --ter, that I require the presence of tho
Tho  managemeni   squire-    a  "clear said electors at the t'i'.   bail, on
stage"   for   this     production,     which      Monday, the 2nd day or December,
means   everything   is   carried   by   lhe   1907, at II  o'clock, a. m., tor the pur-
organizatlon.    Opera house. Dec. :..    j pose of electing   a Mayor   and two
:  ���- ; School  Trustees  for    the year  1908,
ACIATI-P '""'  '"   1"  "(''"(''v  ,ll><"1    ��f "'-' sum '
AjlAllv day. for the purpose of electing sevei
rvri iTOirkM     in m\r> '" r~""s a8,A1 lemen for "'" s'!hl
EXCLUSION   LEAGUE   vm-
The mode of nomination saall b<   i
billows: Each candidate shall be honi
PRINTING
Have your printing done iu
town by the local modern
high grade printers���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY- NEWS   I'.I.OCK
OP   NEW   WESTMINSTER
A  Cjeneml    Mprf ind   nated '" u:i,1!l- ""��� wrltlns "hail iw
zx vjtnerai   fleering|sub8crlbed
will bo held
Friday Evening, Nov. 29
an i seconder, who shall be duly qualified electors ami residents in the cltj
and sm h nomination paper .-.aall em
. :;:in a statement   si --..,-1  by the  pi '
��� : .;i   me.nin.ited,   that   hea   consents   '. '
���... ie  nomination.      The'    nomination
EAGLES   HALL
Important  business.
at 8   o'clock.
��� IX ���
turning Officer at any time betw i
ibe dale of thi.- notice and (la I I
Ml interested are invite/1 to'attend,  case of  Mayor ami Schoo]  Trustees)
T.  TURNBULL    President.    I '- ""''" of til!-' -1"' <l:'-v 0| December
.1. I). TAYLOR, Si cretary,
POUNDKEEPER WANTED
Applications tor the position of
Poundkeeper will be received by the
undersigned up to 5 p. m. of Monday,
December 2nd. next. Salary $63 per
month. Duties to commence as soon
as  appointment   maile.
W. A.   DUNCAN,
City Cl rk.
City Hall, Nov. 26,  1907.
; or (in the case of Aldi rmen) 1 o'clocl)
I p, m. of the same day.
In the event of a poll being nece
j sary, such poll will be opened on the
i 9th day of December, L907, al 9o'cloci;
a. in., and will remain open until 5 p
m, of the same day, at the tollowin,;
Cookfs
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
Get Established
Buy a home now thai will nei a profll of %:	
Jusi  such a proposition,    N'ew House on Fifth avi
em.    Two lots each 66x132 feet.   Yen can sell on<
$650    All we ash Is $2700 for this erty.   Gi
into it.
I
TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON. Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANj
IMPE
places:     The   Council   Chamber,  Cit; English  and American   Billiard  Ta-
ball; the Fire hall, Sapperton; and .: bles'   B��wling  Alleys, etc.    New  aoi
the Light station, Tenth street. second - hand tables and  supplies  in
Of which every person is required 6tock-
to take notice and govern himself a"  .
cordingly. �����    H.    CLiBURN
Given under my hand   at the City Phone A269S.              P.  0,  Box  1185
hall, New- Westminster, the 22nd day Bowling Alley,  Pender St.,
FLOU
i of November,  1907.
ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY NEWS.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
Returning Officer
VANCOUVER
Agent  for  Messrs. Samuel  M ���>
Co.,  Toronto.
Bargains in Crockery and
Glassware
We want room, our store is too small to show
all the Crockeryware and Glassware we have in
stock, so we have decided to put on our
Cut Price Sale for
One Week
Note a few of the Reductions we are making.
White and Gold Cups and Saucers,  regular price $1.50 doz.    Sale price $1.10
Dinner Plates, " "    $1.50  "        "       "   $1,10
Tea Plates, " "    $1.15   "        "       "      90c
Fruit Saucers " "      60c   "        "       "      45c
White and Gold Meat Platters, regular price 35c, 60c, and 90c each,...
 Sale price, 25c, 45c, and 75c
White and Gold Bowls, regular price, 10c, 15c and 20c each,	
 Sale price,  8c, 12 l-2c and 15c
White and Gold  Vegetable Dishes with Cover, regular price, 85c and
$1.00, Sale price, 75c
Also a line of Dark Blue Dinnerware at same prices.
"Anjou" "Yeddo" and "Arcadia" Dinner Stock
Patterns Reduced 10 per cent.
10, only, Dinner Sets, 97 pieces, worth $10.50, Sale price .$14.75
10, only,       "       "       " "     $12.00, Sale price   $9.85
3, only, White and Gold 44 piece Tea Sets, $4.00, Sale price   $3.25
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone JU
Signs Painted    J. HENLI
�� l Manufacturer of
nr^wLere        I Mineral Waters,
Aerated Waters]
NOTICE.���Royal City Sign Works
have removed to Fourth Street, city,
back of Guichon  Hotel.
.IAS.   PENNINGTON und
ROBT.   RICHARDSON,
, Proprietors.
Family Trade a Specialty,
Td. 113. Office   Elgin*I
NEW   WESTMINSTER. I
NOTICE.
Alter    December     1st,     1937,     the
II branches of  the  undersigned  Hunks
in  New Westminster, B.  ('.. will  not
open for Business on    Saturday evo-
nings,
BANK OP MONTREAL,
CANADIAN BANK OP com
MERCE,
ROYAL BANK OP CANADA,
NORTHERN BANK,
BELL, INGLES li
l'roprieteir- of
The Fashion Livd
FEED & SALE STAB
SMART   TURNOUT!
GOOD   HORSES
Pimm. 250
lie
I
Dr. Jordan
The   Eyesight   Specialist
begs io remind Ins old  , al ��� ns
��� '   M 11    '���    ;  : .   a" Cti I..   , ....       ,|-
ers,   thai   new   style   of
glasses   are    constantly   b ig
added  to  his  large    stock if
optical goo:-.    He  wishes ill
to call in look, io buy or to i st.
Same   old   address:
134 Haslin��s St.      VANCOUVER
Westminster
Transfer
')ttlcv Thone 181..       Htrt ''""i
ColumtiM ot.
Baggage dellveivei    prompuji
pari of the eity.
Light and Heavy Hai
Offi en���Trv
ow'
6 piece Toilet Sets, colors pink
and blue Sale price, $1.90
10 piece Toilet Sets,  assorted
colors, Sale price, $2.50
10 piece Toilet Sets,  worth $3
and $7, Sale price, $4.75
Many other lines reduced in price.
50 Glass   Sugar   Bowls,	
 Sale price, 20c
50 Glass Berry Bowls,	
 Sale price, 25c
Fancy Teapots, regular price
id "
50c and 60c,... Sale price, 45c
jv Teanots, regular price
60c and 75c,... Sale price, 60c
These cut prices are for Cash only.
Bring this Ad. with you.
Adams & Deans
P.   S���LOOK   IN   WINDOW.    ANY ARTICLE   FOR  25  CENTS.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE anu KNUINI
Work.
SHIP BMITH1NU, HKIUUHJ ana
STRUCTURAL  IRON     VVOKK
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,   lnciudlm
Fences, Galea. Fire blscapei   etc
Mall orders and correspondence In
71 tea.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE HiittuiuT.
New Westmlnnter. p. t) <7|
WE ARE NOT IN THE TRUST
And   can   save   you   50  per  cent
on a SAFE or CASH  REGISTER
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B. C-
510 Richards St., PhoM 2m
YOU   REQUIRE
nev/ sm
Come over ar.d see 0*1
new Fall Patterns-
Dan STEW4
Next door Hotel W
the Oriental Contrad
of Vancouver,
Japanese Labor Contrl*
New Westminster i��'j:lC"
Box fei"'
tm' IeSDAV
*
.    27    1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE Ti���
KE
Timber Nc; ess
il'^^#fc&  i- take
y\
<$k
Iav2 R
EGiSTRY ACT.
'
,       ��� ���     OI Ul ,.-,-,
a,-,,:,- - ���
ing ....J being ^ .    .
. a   w estmins er, '
'     '   :'   ���" '' Xov< : - ' 0HD
wn and .1 be: 	
y su! division * >f
TWELVE HUNDRED
MOORS ARE KILLED
Friday, Nov. 29,
THE   BIG   FUN   SHOW,
Savage Fanatics Worsted in
Battle Against the French
Troops.
medy Success,
i.   TAKE    N'OTICE   that    Hai
Ford, ol H immond,   B. C   ��� ecu atio
,,,a are required  ,   ,.    , , . ,      .
iaa>, ... ��� nds     to applj    foi a spei la]
"' ""��� t�� Pur-  tlmbe, tic    ���
|, ��� Ove days from the  ... j...., ,anda
"ZEKE"
THE COUNTRY  BOY.
.  storj of ]lain folk?.
te toll   ���
Icatlon of thri
rwise 1 6-iaIl reg-
Commi ncing .... . |
ilu- soutb easl   ��� ,.  ei  ol  i ection 2:
���
owner thereof In   .lUmt ijv,. mUn ^ eag)
dlred thal i";"!i-   Bay, Texada  Island, then	
,1 onemonUun   ,.h.i;.
SO chains, thence w  st 80 chains
to poin nn... :,i ement.
���    . .      ,.,,. HARRIET FORD.
:  l:'^">' ol1""'   Novembe,  I, .'...7
p   vlnci of British
.   laj   of October,
'���:.  Unexcelled Cast
. .   ii'.! al  n>
, ���   .. ,.i and .-mile-
S<       on  Bale Wednesday, Nov. 21
��� 1   Rj all's drug Btore.
Prices.   25c, 50c, 75c    and $1.00
C.  S   KEITH,
rlcl  Registrar.
,-e ei -a Ith this notle ,
tro igh or un ler
. lalfning any In-
virtue of any
nt, and all per-
Interest    ln   said
oae  iii'1  I-  not
��� he provisions of rii"
shall I e forever
��� i    from setting
���  In respeel ol the
ovideJ
v
3.    tak;:  NOTICE thai    Harriet
Ford, e.i ii irumi nd, B C.   oi cupati   .
lady,  . ite :, .    to   e : .    a   . ,
timbei   license   on [e llowinij
I   -i     ��� . .   ids;
���ei   a pet .;.'��� ; ..
east corn if S ction 12
���                 I             ��� outh-ei
Gill T< a
chains   Bouth,    thi nc<     we si   to  th?
thei
lore to tin e ot Se ction 19,
nn nt.
S   . ��� .
to tm    oini ol e om   i i ���
HARRIET FORD,
IQTiCri to credito.-;:
I.    TAKE   M     ICE    Lhal Ha
I, B. C, oci ipatl   e
lady, intends to apply fo speeiil
...           i       over    l
M .- tn is    Vlgerla,    Nov.    26.���Tei
thousand of t he fiercest iionis Nassea
swoope;    down   on    the
French  camp   yesterday,    an.i    were
. at< .. off with a lie.s oe' iri" I Ki ��� I
Th.'  fighting    continued   for    a  ions
time, and was conducted on tbe part
of tin tribesmen apparently with total
STRICTLY ,i high class Production,  disreegard for their lives.   At onetime
Special Scenery em.I   Bltects.    th)1 French Infantry wns in danger ol
Singing  und  Dancing  Num-   _eine  surrounded,  bul   it   finally  disengaged   Itself   from   Ita   i <rilous   po-
siiinii  bj  a  mosl brlllLanl  charge of
the  See.ihis.    The-  rout   of  the-   Arabs
was  completed   ley   vigorous shelling
ie\ the artillery.   The French loss wsj
elghl killed.
The Arabs were not discouraged bj
this, repulse, but reformed I telr for-
ees, and In ;i(Liiti<��n directed their for-
ces to rousing other tril.' s. Tho
fighting was resumed todaj and the
booming of cannon coul i be h a d
throughout the  afternoon
During the pursuit of the enemy
the Spahis were drawn Into an ambush, and Lii ut. Hose, who was ridins
iu front, iril. riddled with bullets, out
the troopers rallied and threw themselves upon tiie' Avaies in ambush,
cutting them to pieces, The Kronen
forces followed up their advantage
and, scouring tie- country, killed manv
of thi   ; igitives.    The artillery bom-
rdi i the -mountain    slopi s    wheri
e malnd r  of  the  tribesmen ba I
It)      i'e   b.-.C-'.
sunlight
soap
five
cents a bar
Use it in the Sunlight way.
Simply pure joap, without
harmful chemicals, it saves
all the toil common soaps
compel. Get Sunlight Soap
and   follow   directions.
I
Double Screened Nut
Joan
Comfortable
I
AT THE I
BIG CLOTHING HOUSE
BOYS'   REEFERS
Navy Nap Goods
With Gold Buttons
Sizes fitting Boys from 3 years to 1
9 years of age,  from
$1.50 to $4.00 the  Coat
No
Clogge
Stove-pipes
o     :,    Ei ate u ed land
late of th i Cltj       ''���       enclng i   p       ; lante el   .
ister,  British Col    '  '      ' tier of location N
:,.: i. v  GIVEN
: Statu ���    of Bril
18",    tbi ���
lllli .li
��� . Alexan ler )���������������
���
i on or    ���
Decen   ���
I, or tl
tun a   I i
nd    di ;e!-::, iie n ;
ee; their c! Ims .1 i
ement ol      i Ir a
ture of the i     nil
era,
��� so riCE i   ��� .-.
ui l date tha ���
and    John   D,
��� I ; i dii tribute
! am '.11 the
i, havln
. ilie   ll    ill     ���     t_.ll
c,  and tb
Ila for tho
hereof to anv
ol * hoi e- clain
��� en  ������������������  ved  b;
.-.    .    e, ;;    foui    mil s
.    . Texa m I.    a nce
��� - ace  I--1 it ie
o   Lot   235,  I
Id Lo   23
to  thi unel
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Novembi
5.    TAKE   NOTICE    I tal     H  iri- i
Foi 1. eef i; immond, B. C, occu
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HARRIET FORD.
November   1.   1907.
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Per Ton Delivered
50c per ten extra above
4th Ave.
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Telephone 150
PHILL
RURAL   SUCCESS   IS
'ZEKE,   THE   COUNTRY   BOY
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ich distribution
nl;..   ati ie.i i to app
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Poi ���, ol Hanimon I, B. C   oe   upatle n
tmlnstcr,   . ,,���;;,-.      .        th       following
��� '"��� 1;'"T- ,���     ri bed lands:
r S  &   McQU \ li lil Iri. Co amende     al    t  posl   planted  ut
John   ll<'n Irj  and    , ,        th-we    cornei       Section 7, aa
��� c itoi    of the     town on m   hal   a m li north
rexada island, then
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11-        e     0 c:;EDiTOR">. lh n n   .v< ;;   SO ch iM , th��n<     south
i . oint of -ro      ��� tici in ii'
if the  Estate HARRIET FORD.
, late of il'." city
45   MILLIONS
THAT  IS  YOUR  SECURITY
WHEN   YOU   BANK   WITH
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER       45,000,000
Sin ������ the el tys of "Tbe (Hel Homi -
I    , . i     .s a    Down   East" rural
plays . tve .- erne I to be in demand
b;   a large    mass    of the atre loving
I ie     The ni ivi sl  of thi.-- _ t; le of
plays,  "Zeke, the  Country  Boy,"  we'i  ^
e , ,e s 'nted nt the (' ������ ra  house on 8
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a come     . v, ::b the charact< ����� .
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the j hearty I lughn.  �����
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20 ;:ound  Pail    $2X0
10 j.ound Tin     ;" I  '
5 pound Tin   To
3   pound  Tin    42
2 pound Tin    30
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: hereof to nny person or
1 whose clalma notice _--.Ii.iil
: -iri,,. notice thai iri::" HieCa.ncidianBankofConim.erce I They are Perfectly Waterproof
.   Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Rest rve I-und, $5,000,000
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HARRIET FORD.
HEAD   OPFK
H   I-:   WAI KER, President
TORONTO.
ri.i.X.   LAIRD,   Qi ti- .   i   Mi'
EANiK    MONEY    ORDiiRS
1st ted .M ih" following rates:
, ,in I under	
i iver ��� ��� and nol i tceediuji $10	
Over 110 and nol exceedin   ��� '���-���	
i iver .'::���> and nol excee ling \ 50	
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��� vm   TAKE KO CHANGES WITH 1    i: "DICK  BOOT"
%      '''���"'. '       th��   Ml'"' "' hou   hold word  t
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!��� ��� ommen i fo�� tl
��   Prices���Ladles, from $2.7C> to $:/o.
Gents, from $3.50 to 90.00.
vi   ther:
Youths. $2.00
Eoys, $2.75.
S'nve
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TENDERS will be received by th*
undersigned up to MONDAY, the 9t.i
day of December,  A. D.  1907,  I'iil' the
following:
i. ah the- Interesl of Emily Pergii
son in Subdivision ll of Loi 84, Buii-
urban Block 6, City of New Westmin-
ster;
2, Lots 29, 30 and III  In Block 2.'::,
,   , Subdivision of Lot No. B26, Group Ow
S by herat th0   (1), Vancouver District,
'   ,|"""""' The highest or any tender nol nee-
J.D.KENNEDY,      eB8arliy accepted and all tenders sub-
Margaret It. Whyte, ex,- j .,,,, t() ap))r0Val of a Judge of the sn-
v ,1!> nforesald i
preme court.
of   November,'    por further particulars, apply tn
C. G. MAJOR,
" ���        Columbia street, New Westmin-
]': IN THE DAILY NEWS I ,      ster, B. C.
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These e.; ters are PAYABLE   \T PAR al any office    In  Canada  of a
Charterer]   Bank   (Yukon   excepted), and al the principal banking points in
! the   lriili',1   Stall's.
NeRotlaljIe nt ;. fixed rale at
THE CANADIAN  BANK  OP COMMERCE, LONDON, ENG.
They form an excellent  method of remitting Bmall  Bums of money with
safety and at small cost,
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-II. It  DAVIDSON. Man��g��T
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS 7 80 TO fi P.M.
t The Old Country Boot Store,   -
J.    STEWART,    Proprietor
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Bank of iVIonfcreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   ln   London,   England,
New York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.     A   lon
eral Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available witl correspondents In all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 aud upwards,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate)  added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over |1CS,00(U>00.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: "0 p.  m. to 9 p.  ro.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANC H. G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Sapperton Lots
Splendid Lol near the school house    $300, terWg
Columbia Btreet Lots  ,. ��.cn
  $450; terms
A splendid Lot, cleared    -.,-���. .
  $150; terms
The best  Lot In Sapperton 66x1tir.,  cleared,  for  $425; terms
Lois at $100 each; easy terms.
P. PEEBLES &L |
270 Columbia Sf.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 1 PAGE FOUR
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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY,   to
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To go ��� elsewhere
for this class and
style of garment
means a certain
amount of delay and
a certain kind of
disappointment.
For Your Tuxedo
or Dress Suit go to   a
Shop first.
Fashion-Craft
To avoid all delay and all d
come in and look at these.
isappointment
Silk Lined Tuxedo . .
Silk Lined Dress Suits
$18
$30 to $40
H. L. DEBECK, Exclusive Agent, New Westminster.
REVOLT LOOMS BiG
IN PORTUGESE CAPITAL
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Throne of European Monarch
Totters   Beneath  Him
Republic Wanted.
{Voting Contest
Condensed
Advertisements
FOR  SALE���PIANO,    PRACTICAL-
ly new;    ^viu.-r   moving   east;
must se ll.   Address M, C. M., .News
��� liice'.
FOR SALE���2 STORIED HOUSE,
on corner lot, Carnarvon _streef.
T< n rooms, bath, furnace, stone fon.i-
dution. Price $5,500. Apply 'A., P. 0.
Box 693-
Grand Trunk Ry/^r^SfZ00
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
_ ______ ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARL
- TIME pR0VINCES
FOUND���OLD BRINDLE COW.   IF ..     ���   DIT~,.T���   KnjT1,vnDP
,   . ,     .    , ...  , ;11 Also to BUFFALO, NEW \ORK and
not called lor m two weeks, wi.l .ni,,r.m,      .    ... ,, ,.
.    ,,    . PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara I-alls.
sell io defray expenses.   A. Mackvay, ���     ���.      _. ,. ��,.
,   , For TiiTie Tables, etc., address
JJiirnaliv  Lake.
 ___ GEO.  W.  VA^X,
FOR   SALE���"
bles    and
TWO    DISPLAY    TA-  Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
one  cashier's  offlc-:.     Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Suitable for any store.   Price $5 each.
Apply Box 485-
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OST���A PAIR OP GOLD-RIMMED
Glasses, on Tuesday morniilg, be-
tween He rial street and tram offlce.
Finder please return to this offlc.'.
Mrs. W. A. Powers, Sapperton.
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
Wanted-position as sales- New York> Chicago,
lady,  or as  nurse for invalid. Toronto, St Paul
J a pa:
I'll:
APANESE LADIES WANT GEN-
il housework for month, or
washing clothes by tbe day, Apply to
s. Matsumura, P. 0. Box 296, city.
Apply al this offlce for address.
ANiJ ALL POINTS EAST
Steamship   tickets   on   sale    to   all
WANTED���A NUMBER OF FIRST   European  points.
Apply  tei  Qui-;-   Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Tri,
ley, nt ar Small & Bucklin's,
WANTED    ...        Vol NO     LADY,
room and board, convenient 'o
pnst Offlc  .    Apply K.. Box G93.
H1
i.M_-.:_ PIGEONS FOR SALE.   AP
ply    P. O. Box ril", New West
minster,
WANTED���POSITION AS HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; good experience; lee.set of references. Apply
G, P. o. Box iri::.
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���ONE
'I'RMSIIKD BE
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room,
near  Li
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Victoria   si
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Rates   to   Southern   California.
I'e ;  irii Information call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
���130 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New WectmlnttKr. B.C
The Best of Everything
JAPANESE      BOY      ATTENDING
' i wants wo: k with good fam-
il ���   In  rei n ti  for  room    and   board.
I      ���   ���. city.
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god to Eat
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At KENNY'S Cafe
ADVERTISE i
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THE       DAILY       NEWS
I" ri   '.    LOST   '��� ��� ��� ��� hlng.
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
	
John Cooper
Fine Art   Taxidermist   and Fur
Dresser
2G Pender St., Opp.   Orpheum
VANCOUVER, B. C.
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hingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU. PT. SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT, Etc.
S.S-   Princess   May.
Leaves Vanoouver 8 p. m. on follow
Ing dates:
Nov. ril:  Lv, Victoria 11 p.m. Nov. 12
Nov. 26; Lv, Victoria il p.m. Nov. 25
Dec    I';   l.v. Victoria 11  p.m. Dec.   s
'Dec 26; Lv. Victoria bl p.m. Dee. 2b
Jan.   9;   Lv.  Victoria ll  p.m. Jan.   S
Jan. 25;   Lv.  Victoria  11   p.m-  Jan.  -I
[ Pel.   9;   Lv. Victoria  11 p.m. Fe   .   s
Feb. I'I;   Lv.  Victoria  11  p.m. Feb.  21
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
SS.   Princess   Victoria
Leaves vacouver 1:30 p. m- daily;
���arrives at Victoria 6:30 p. m. daily.
l.< av. < Victoria l a. tn. dally; arrises Van( ouver S a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess  Beatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:36 a. m. daily except Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
in. dally excepl Monday.
Leavi s Seattle 11:30 p. m. dally excepl Monday;  arirves Victoria " a.m.
daily exci, t Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW      V/E3TMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   p.   Rithet.
To Victoria:  Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m.
From Victoria: Tuesday, Frida .
7 a-m-
WEST  COAST   ROUTE.
S S- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and Hth
of each month for Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and way ports;   7th of eai h
month  for Quatslno and  way  ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quat-
| sino, Cape Scott and way ports-
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p.m. daily,
excepl Sunday. Frielay ami Saturday
leaves al 1 p.m. Leaves Xanaimo al
7 a.  in.
UPPER   FRASER   HIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   New   Westminster,  5  a.  m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
! Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
; landings   between   New   Westmlnstei
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed.. Fri.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S. Transfer.
Leaves  Ni w   \\ e minster dailj   c k
c i| i Sun laj al 2 p.m., with ad lition .
i rip Monday al b a.m.
!������;! ve i S m Monday, Ti e* li
v, .--lai y . Thursday an I Saturday
eit 7 a. ,,,..; Frid ij al 6 a.m. addltii na]
i e Ip Saturday 5 p, m.
NORTHERN B, C. ROUTE.
S.S. Amur.
Fri m \ i' toria 11 p.m., Lsl and 15th;
from Vancouver at 8 p, m., 2nd
aad IGth of each month, culling at
Bkidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
'in second trip.
RIVERS INLET, VAN ANDA, LUND,
ETC.
S. S. Queen City.
From Victoria 8 p, m. every Tuesday;
from Vancouver 9 a. ni. every Wednesday. Returning arrives at Vancouver Sunday afternoon; at Victoria
Monday morning,
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-
COMOX-UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.: arrives Nanalmo -I p.m.
Leaves Nanaimo Saturday 2 p, m-;
arrives Victoria I* p. ::..
\; ,;. id, Nov. 26. Dls] atcUes trom
!. a state tbat an encounter n��'v
t today in the streets of the c��ty
i ,��� ��,. n the populac an I loj ai
troops. Man.- iieis.ui- are sai: to
have I'K'ii killed and wounded.
This news comes from unofficial
sour e s, bul it i t believed to be reliable. The censorship is ver, rig) i
,-.itiil it is only by meaies oi strategy
that news can be smuggled across
tbe  ; order.
The clashes be twe-i'ii the people and
, the troops, according to another smuggled dispatch, began Sunday and continued today. No details have yel
been received. Great pressure is b -
lng broughl on ECIng Caries bj Premier Franco and others high at cour:.
who fear for their safety, to declare
martial law. It may le proclaimed at
any hour.
The- magistrate appointed to pre-
, side over tbe especial tribunal to try
e political offenders, who are now placed in the same class as anarchists
today resigned Immediately alter bo
Ing appointed.
p. rsons arriving In Madrid from
i.i eon reported that Col, Tasta, aid ���
de-camp to King carles, has resigned
anel thai several regiments of dun't-
ful loyalty had been disarmed,
Tbe soleliers about the king's person are bi lieved to i e reliable. Th ij
have, as yet, at all events, .lone good
se: ,-ie e In holding the rioters in check
King Carlos Is practically a prison
t :��� in liis palace.
: A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLl
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J   HANDSOME  CASIO   WILL  BB GIVEN HY VOTE TO THE LODGE
"   SOCIETY, CHURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   WESTMINSTER gE
CURING  THE  LARGEST   NUMBER   OF   VOTES   1\ THE  Pol
LOWING  MANNER :
The  merchants listed   below   will   give   with   each   10c   i . |j  VJ. !
chase one vote. j
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The contest  began Aug. 28rd, 1907,   and will close,   j,-,  ; ., J
190S,  at 7  p. hi. {
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A ballot box is placed in D. S. Curtis &. Go's drug   al  re,  .\h<-.e||
votes are to be. deposited. tl
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At the close of the contest the Lodge, Society, Church ���   s ...  ���[
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Current  accounts   when   promptly paid are entitled to vo
Remember, votes can be Becured by trading with the fl
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Library Is on exhibition at W.  E, Fales' furniture sl
D,  S, Curtis will eouut the voles.
GOLD BEARING OP.E
NEAR PENTICTON
Penticton, B. C, Nov. 26. -Som�� excite menl  has  been  < aused at Okana
.  -       b;   thi    discos   .-   of  gol I
�� r    ie ar    < Ireen    mountain.
>'e.   e time ago Messrs,  Harris Bros.,
working  <m  an   irrigation  Jite-ii,   disco.    ��� ;       hea !. lool    .   lead.    Sam-
j :��� ������ were senl to the coasl for a   ��� i
aud      ���    resull   was  goad  enough   to
anl  further ��ork. Now that, moi
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: " of ; he lead Is seven    f et wide
Several other stakes have lately been
��� ei   nearuy.      A    road    has  been
promis d   hy  ibe-     provincial government to run from Uie   south end -er
i og lake   ee Green mountain and    i >
se tuently to Fairview.
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W,    E.   FALES
Furniture
HORACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH    &   CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Ments
MRS.   M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
THE   ROVAL   STUDIO
(under  new  managi ment)
Lionel   Haweis,     Photographer
E.  RUSHTON & A, SPECK
Sporting  Goods, Gen.  Repairing
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Daily  and   Weekly   News      jl
MOREY   &  CO.
Books and Stationery
O.   BURDETT
Home-made    Chocolate    C
fections,     Ice   Cream
CENTRAL   LIVERY    STABLES i
S.   H.   Thompson,  Prop.
LADIES
UNION   AND  QUEBEC
BANK   rtMALGAMATION
Montreal, Nov. 26.���Within the next
three months the Montreal financial
world fully expects to hear thai the
Union Bank ol Ganada and the G'w
bee Dank ba ve joini d hands,
For several months j.ast II hash ca
known that leading Interests in both
Institutions have been working wit.)
a \i''V. ( C amalgamation, and 11 s
said today ri I the negotiations hav*i
made satisfactory progn 11.
If the beanks are merge i Hi ne>��
bank will, in point of ;iaid up eajeit.il
be tbe fourth largest banlt in Cph-
a ila.
The   i ornbined   pa 1:1   u.i  cap t >     a
pre-ieii    Is  $5 G1 i,0 iO, and    I    Is
lume I    hal  the capital   if   r nma ';��� ���
nation will I e "- 000, i 0, i    the Barm
amouni as th       pital of th    Mi
ants Bank of C ma la
S xteen  Killed
Barcelona,    Nov.   2C     \n    ������    r
tram  ft e a  Vi ! ticia   with  manj
_sen i   I   fell  from a  hi   .
Into the -'- ater   - e,,,.   -y,,,. ,>,: jij,:
this cltj  tod y.   SIj teen : - i boiis ���
^ ilie I  an '  i wentj t wo injurad in t he
wreck
We have just received a shipment of
.very stylish
Dress  Skirts
Some very smart ones for evening wear also th
'stand bys' for street wear.
Cai] and let us show you.
The White House i
A. J. BIRTCH   -  275 Columbia Streel j
lU..i~.., ���
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ADVERTISE R
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THE       DAILY       NEW
If   VOU Need   Anything
a
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W.  E.   FALE'S II
MONEY - MAKING   RECIPE
'     ' ' :' ' r Furniture an I Housi   Furnishings   Dei ���  .
:" "    ���' '" ] Embalmi ���, and I will      | you  in   b i    ee: m; I
:ilhl wU]   ���'������'��� y> better value than you can gel  In anj  otl
n the city.   Try me,
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ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
ft
EMPRESSES*
H_J
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMteN'STEK, P. C.
For   reservations   and   Information
: call or address
ED. GOULET.
Apenf, few tVps'mlnster,
E. J.  COYLE,
Asst. Gen. Pasa  Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
/     Qeueral Sm-srintendent, Victoria.
18,000 I EMPRESS OP BRITAIN) 14,600
H. Power 1 EMPRESS OF IRELAND/     lows
GREAT    REDUCTIONS    IN    PARE3
TO THE OLD COUNTRY.
Now Is ihe- time to purchase your
tickets lf you are going to spend
Xmas al home.
Nexl EJmpress sails Dec. 13th.
For other dates and . articulara,
apply i��i
ED,  GOULET,
C, P. R, Agen'.
Wall  Papers in endless variety.   Oilcloth from 25c up.
Matting from Ite up.    Linoleums from -45c  up. Curtain Stretchers, the  best made, $2.25 per   set.       Carpets,   all    grades   and
prices.    Iron  Beds, white and tint enamels, $3.50 and up.    Pie-
ambulators and Go-Carts of all descriptions.
All kinds ref job work and repairing done on shortesi notice  R i ��n
able pri,. i anei satisfaction guaranteed.    Ne*  goods arriving daily
' have sold the block and am still doing businoss In the  ial ���
and in the same old way.
Rapid Easy
Grinders
an h"' run wiih either sten i    ,u>r'
borse power or windmill   H'e
"unning grinders made'.
tin?"
Straw   and   Feed  Cul '  I'i ""
sizes,    dm-   pulpers  and   slieers ��"���
made  with   revi rsible knli   - '"
reversing ihe- handle.    Wl :':" r0
and  ball  bearings, ''
r. J. TRAPP & co��
Limited ,dnESDAV.  NOV.  27,   1907
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE SEVEN
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The Cash Stores (      fJXY NFWS   I   \  Have YOU Seen \
inter Coals
Up  to $10.00  for $3.75
Up to $18.50  for $7.75
All Sizes, Newest Styles, Not Two Alike
in the Lot
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This Sale Is unique In the history of this store, as the garments
"��� all specially ordered anl made tor this season.
We have decided to make a final Bale of the entire slock. We
���' : "unlit very heavily and must unload. So the benefit you'ii
will be two-fold, by getting the winter wear at but a fraction
I their first cost    For genuine bargains, se.. our windows.
50 New Winter Coats
For Little Tots
��� i  Plain anel  Mixed Tweeds, if  Hrown. and Navy, Reds, Green; suitably trimmed;  regular (6.00  and $6.60, for
$1.25 Newest Dress Goods
For 75 cents
60 Suit Ends and pieces of Scotch Tartan Plaid, Plaid Panamas
Scotch Tweeds, Kashmcra.'. ,V_ Venetians. We invite you to inspect
this collection of the most worthy materials ever ottered at tho
price  in the  city.
All at one price,
NOW 75 cents
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T.  M.   SMITH
s,  Raisins, Curranl     Da
inr the Xmas holiday.!
-���   End Grocery. **e
J. Bowell,   Dursar of  Uolum-
: i'e e   He - , has gone to Vancouvi r
-; Ine In connei I .en    with the
college.
I km'l    miss   your chance of a   ia -
gain al ilummlng's (iren Sale. (' il-
umbla Sti i. *���
Mayers  i:   Prestons    tug  Restless
towed a twelve .-.wilier : oum of logs
from Reed island to the Fraser i.tver
sawmills yester laj.
I'..;  your  Xmas Pudding  anl  mince
fresh raisins, cui ranis and peel
���   Kyle & s ms, Home ol  Plenty, 255
i'roni street, **  |
The Juvenile Sunday school class of
Q ie en's ,\\enue Methodisi church
will give a pu lie entertainment in,
���ae Queen i Avenue church on Friday!
evening next.
For cut :.-���...      ... iei -   or ' in
e. ele;-- , [.bone  T.   Davies  >t
Son, i:  _"- ������ ��������
The ��� lin ol Jami s Muirtry and
Ml s Hanna Johnson, both of Vancouver, --- a le rnnis&i I al the ri sid- at e
of the Rev. Dr. Rugg ���" terday after
noon After a brief honeymoon, the
��� 'a.- couple will 'eii.<' up their resl-
in the Terminal City.
Bread al five cents per loaf. Turn-
bull's bakery, Fourth and Columbia, *
A burli sque boxing contest In whic i
ihe opponents will be blindfolded wlll
be "iu' of the attractions at the 'Military smoker to be held in the Armouries on Friday < venlng. The list ol
ati racl Ions Is now aim i I complei i,
tn '��� will ' e announce l tomorrow
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Di nt ri Dress GI ives for 90c at Cue
mlng's Greal Sale, Columbia St.
All contributions intended for rii ���
St. Barnabas beazaar, which is to ',-���
held tomorrow, should be in <the hands
of the committee before tbis evening,
and a requesi Is ma I by the president of tho Women's auxiliary tha!
this 1 .i serve 1 by parti ���. Interested.
Fo ir il - ..n Si cond S reet, $i.7j
cash. White, Shiles elv- Co., 260 Colum la St., 'Phone s". **
* '' l Ornaments | It is   worth   yi
* while roll.
lhi v               i  Morris Chair to 19.00 < ch.  ���
\  Musi s Cabinet foi      ii              -������ 50 i ich.
'   Parlor T I om $2.50 e
* Pici ires i all prices���fine lai      ��� !    0   oi $2. ch.
Hundreds of other   suggestions���Come In and look around.
: John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
���ejoel thai
i  io ride awaj   with her ;-��� e
Lochinvar  without her friends  .
let Into th<    -   rei   and 1  at many of
Liicin have yet tee hear the news. Tii-.
:.   mes   Of   lil"   :  ��� Iple   have'
not been made public, but ll i only
u matter of days until the belated
wedding suppi r takes place.
Fresh figs, ���;.- I - I almonds aud wai-  ��� DUPONT BLOCK
ii   the House of Good the:'. X   tel.  73.       Columbia  street,     new Westminster, b. c. <
Kyle   A:   Sim-. *���     **)*>*)*>*>*>*>*>*>**>*>*>*>*>*>*>*>*>**>*>*>*>*) ������**������������������������������������������������������������������
The;  directors of    the    -Needlew ori: " ~~"    ~
guild will please take notice thai a $ WW^*?ri^?ri*ririS*Sri*S**"*~"
ii.��� etiog has been called tor Satui
afternoon al the residence of -Mrs L.
Thornbur, when arrangements will be
made for the receiving and dl-tn ut-
Ing of gifts 'ee the various ch rTta iie
Institutions which have l>oen assisted
bj the .guild in the past The Inei t-
Ing is called for half past two o'cloc :,
%
I ... House of Quality ...  :
$3.25
Relatives of the following have
written to the chief of police seeking
information concerning tho whereabouts of William Murray. ..-: Englishman, formerly an engineer on oti-^
of the Fraser river boats, aTnl J. A
Write, of Ontario, last heard of when
leaving Saskatoon on I\ov I I'm-some
British  Columhia  point.
The- time tor the Free Library Contesi is drawing to a close and remember that the' West Knd Grocery is the
only grocery where votes are ob-
tainable, **
Dragging for the body of the tm-
known man drowned in tue Fraser
river on Sunday night, has uow lo.n
abandoned, bul a watch will be kept
along the waterfront see tha: tho
corpse may be recovered oh..all It
'rise. No clew as tei the identity ot
tie., man has yet heen discovered hy
the' police.
Fruit ranch of 10 acres within 35
miles of Westminster of Vancouver,
by rail or boat. Annual m': returns
$2500; in centre of good fruit growing
district. Price $5000. Abbott & Hylri
uexl Guichon hotel, New Westminster. B. C.
The Bteamer LonadalS, 7.hfifa left
New Westminster a tew months ago
for Ssuth American ions with a cargo of lumber, will reach here on Saturday or Sunday for the purpose ol
taking on a small cargo of lumber
from the Brunette sawmltU. Pilit
Captain RogerB will bring the vessel
lip  from   the  mouth  ot  the liver.
Splendid Cravenette Coats, good
for rain or shim' al bargalh prices.]
See Cumming's <ir>".t   Sale.
The dredge King Edward is -at' present engaged In the deepening of a
channel on Lulu island, near thu
Unique cannery, in order to iacilitata,
thu loading; and iinloading"of boats at
this point. Captain Rogers, who is in !
charge of the work, expects to have j
the channel completed by WJEWrOW,
the work having been comnu need!
lust Thursday.
Salmon, 5 cents per tin at Kyle &
Son's. **
I
A New Westminster young man employed hy the 11. 0. Electric railway
as conductor, ancl a young lady whose
parents reside In Burnaby, were tho
principals in a private marriage which
took place In Vancouver recently, according to a well-founded rumor.    It
Good heavy working Shirts for  15c
C immlng's Greal   Sale,    Colum la
-���    ,.-e, '*
W. Anderson, v. ho for some const i-
i rarie time .pasl has been employi l
as bookkeeper at -.iie Pacific meat
market, has been taken into partner-
I e |>y It. .1. McMenemy, ihe present
proprietor, the partnership to become
effective on Monday, Dec, 2. Mr. Au-
l< r.-oii is well known to a large number of the citizens of Ni w Westminster, every one of whom will wish
bim well in his business venture.
-i isl opened for bui Iness���the Wes*.
End restau^tnt.   Everything new and
iright;   good  bill  of  tare,  by  Xeshi-
mura. ***
Vou are missing the chance of x :
life time it you fall to atu'tii Cum- ;
mlng's Greal  s-.il . ** ������
'i'he second .,-aerat meeting of rep- \
resentatives of athletic organizations ;
for the discussion    of    the   amateur
sporl  rules   ml  a  proposition tei or- i
ganizing an amateur athletic union   n I
tiiis province will be held in riie Bad- '���
'���eiiiton hei-ei. Vancouver, ou Saturday i
afternoon al 2:30 o'clock.   Local ath- !
letlc clubs will  hold a meeting some ;
time ihis week  to appoint delegate's :
to attend thi  Vancouver meeting, The,'!
meeting was arranged by representa- j
iiv a of the McGill university colleg? ;
the   Brockton   point  association,   and i
the V. 1). A. Football league.
i
Three pounds best creamery butter
for Sl. Three eioz. best case eggs for
fl.   At the Home of Plenty. **
We are looking for the Xmas trade
In Hon Hems and Crackers, and will
have a beautiful display at the West
Knel Grocery, '*
Unless new candidates for the position of school trustees spring Into
notice and are successful at the polls,
it is probable that next year's board
will consist of the members who ars
now in office. Messrs. Trapp and
Peebles are the two trustees whose
terms of office expire this year, but
it is learned that they will both be
candidates for re-election. No new
names have yet heen maile puhlic,'
-ind at the present time It. appears'
that the 1908 trustee board Will bn
elected by acclamation.
I
FII   your boy  out  with a rain coat
before they   are' all    gone   at Cumming's Great Sale. **
"Tho Labor party will nave two
candidates at least, and probably
three, ln the field for civic honors on
election -lay," stated W. Sloan, a membi r of the local branch of the Canadian Labor party, last evening. He
stated that two men had b'en Indus-
.���el in stand and their names would ho
made puhlic at a'meeting of the party
which will be hold ou Thursday evening. Mr. Sloan announced mu i
proposal to run a candidate for tho
position of mayor as well two tor tl�����=�� |
position of aldermen, was being cor-
sldered, and a decision would be ar-
rivei"! at on Thursday evening.
K. of P, Notice.���All members of
Granite Lodge, No. It!, are requested
to attend the regular meeting next
Thursday, Nov. 28th. Important business.    C.  I?.  Deans, C. C. **
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Rain Coats
Just arrived by express Saturday, the Mud
Color Coat, just the thing- for this weather to
keep out the rain and wind. Come in and inspect
them, it will pay you.
Prices, $10 to S15.
Cravenettes from $12 to $24 all shades.
J. Eugene Brown & Co.
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CASH   CLOTHIERS
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Builders   and  Contractors I
For Sale at a Bargain,
Carload of Shingles, $2.20 per M.
F. O. B.  Westminster
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
I The farm Land Specialists,
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New Westminster 0
t
Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Daily    	
ChoiceBEEF
Best of farmer's Pork
Telephone 192.
Mr. Employer
Owing to the large number ot cattle  which have  been  lately roaming
around the city, ahd as a result of the
many complaints which have followed
the excursions of the bovines, It hatf.
been decided that a pound keeper will
be engaged to work durlnpr the winter
months.    Applications will le receiv-,
ed by the city clerk until five o'clock!
on Monday afternoon, and it is prot>
able that    the  appointment    will  be
made  at   the    council  meeting    that
same evening.      R.  H.  Batt,    Whose
term of oflice as poundkeeper expire.1
a few weeks ago when    the regular!
pound season closed, will again be a
candidate for the position.
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.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS f
PAQE  EiUiM     ft
f    A New Subdivision
������':- I  '���������-      i | ������-'. man-  people have been waiting  tor-
Mr. I). D. Bourke has jus( autho"Ized us to Bell i.i lots a portion of hri
Twelfth Btreel property, bordering on Twelfth   street,   Fifth  avenue,  Thirteenth sua et, anei a lane.
The property is all cleared, fenced, graded and In grass, and commands
a charming view of the Delta and North Ann.
Heretofore this property could only be purchased as a whole, but now
separate Jots can he had at prices instilled by local conditions, and upon
e I8y  t< rms.
Plan of subdivision at cur office.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESD;
WINDSOR SALT is made b
Canada. Coili no more (han lhe
cheap imported salt ��� and h much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
194 W
MINERS MAY ASK
FOR LOWER WAGES
down will uot be for au extended l,l)~
N'o- a tew bave obtaine I em*
meat in logging and tie camps in
rent parts of tbis district.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Rossland Workers, Appreciating Financial Conditions, Make Suggestion.
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WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND rWINE
GET   our  prices
before buying
out of town.
ii! J. J. MAC KAY & COS
BOOKSELLERS   STATIONERS   NEWS DEALERS
A Word to the Wise
There's money in using a MONARCH RANGE, and
that is why there are so many in use in New Westminster.
Every one buying a range wants the best, and as a rule
they see all the different kinds and pick out the winner.
There's where we shine, as The Monarch is a Winner
Nine Times out of Ten.
BRYSOIN & SONS
187 Columbia St
Agents for Monarch Ranges
Tel. 65
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS & PRESTON
Biacksmi tjw^Coalinstock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREEI FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW MINSTER
Nelson, li. ri, Nov. 26.���The output
of the mines of southeastern British
Columbia districts for the past weelc
has been lower than lias been iho case
Cor many years pnst. The output ot
the Slocan-Kootenay district is not
appreciably affected as yet, but 'hat
of Rossland is lower than it litis heen
averagely for the year und the shipments from tha Boundary have practically dropped to nothing, the only
mine recorded as having Shipped being th>. Snowshoe and tbe ore noted
is ore that was in trausit early in th*
week.
Another turn has been taken by tho
action of the miners In Rowland
Some of the miners there, seeing that
the price of copper had dropped so 'i3
to make it unprofitable tor most, ot
the properties to ship, other than
their best ore, and having also under
their notice the action of the men of
Butte in putting Into force a sli<lii'._J
scale of wages, rising and falling
with the rise and fall of copper, yesterday called a meeting and at that
meeting it was decided to put to the
vote this week among the employe?-)
of the mines the que stion as to whether -a cm in wages hail not better be
voluntarily proposed. It is understood
that there has been no officially ex-
Dressed tleshv to Lhri effect coming
from tbe employers, although there
may have heen, as rumored, some undercurrent in that direction. If tho
action of tbe m.n shows that they are
willing to asaisl in the operation of
the mines it is possible that there:.!
mav l.e found a solution of tbe whol��
cjtiestion-
Opera House Bookings
Zeke  N"1   '-"i
The.   Royal   Cher Dec.   5
Why tiiiis heave Home Dec. 12
,Uncle Tom's rial.in   Dec. li
Are   Vim   Crazy Dec. 20
Williams  .lu'eil- e-   Sipae-rs    lan.
Si   mgbearl   (Ralph   Stuart)..Jan.   '���'���
Juvenile  Bostonlans    lan. ill
Gorton's  Minstrels lan   15
Devil's  Auction    lan.  2 '���
We Are King  ,:">- -'
Kerry  Cow    Feb. 25
in.nm City    Mar.   -'
Sis in New  York   April  1
The'  Burgomaster    April 8
A College Boy    May 27
FOUKTEEN FIJRiVACES
BLOWN OUT IN BOUNDARY
For
Two
Days
Only
Sale of
HAND LAMPS
All Sizes and
Colors
ANDERSON
y LUSBY
Columbia   St.,     New   Westmin
ster,   B.   C.
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
OFFICE
DIARIES
for
1908
���AT-
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Si.
Holiday Goods Arriving Daily
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
See "'ie    leie-i; of above before pur-
I 'lierillg.
Solid Gold Ni_.CKL.ETS from $2.73
to  577.00   each.
Solid Gold LOCKETS from $2.C0 tc
$55.00 each.
We al io have Go] I BRACELETS;
prices $6 50 to $75.00 each.
and Gold BROOCHES, $1.50 to
i $110.00 each.
W. G. Chamberlin
THE  JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
Phoenix, Nov. 2G.���The smelters I
the B. C. Copper eompany and the
Granby Consolidated, which were., op
rated for several weeks after ore I td
(eased tu be Bent out from the re. . .-.--
tive dii!riet mines of tha.' company.
ue.'i-e finally blown out about the tui'J
iJle of last week, including altog* i
about eleven furnaces, or with ^
'hree furnaces of the Dominion Copper company blown out two months
sine.', fourteen blast furnaces all t iltJ
In Boundary smelting works that tre
now odle owing to the lo.v pric ��� ���*
< opper.
While main of th<. employees, c��-
Decially the single men have widely
scattered some to see friends and relatives, others to see a little of ths
world, and stili others seeking worb
elsewhere, there. Is yet no incom ���'
erable number that are remaining in
tho Boundray, particularly those with
families and homes. Numbers of single men also see into be satisfied that
thev 'ire about as w< ll off her,- ���*
elsewhere  and  also    that  the  cIofo-
McConkey's
Chocolates
Are the Best
A fresh ancl large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone 83-
Safe from
NEW THIS WEEK
Combs and Brushes
At all Prices
Call in ana have your eyes tested free
h
I Electric Railway Service
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and     way
stations will  run every half-
hour trom 5:50 a. m. to 11:30
p.   711.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for hoth Sapperton an-: city limits over the
city line.
City   Line:     Cars  leave  tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at G:i_o a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
hair past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at (i.UO
a.  m.
Sunday Service natr-nouriy between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j;
tre
Did you ever think how-
inconvenient it would be
and what loss you might
sustain should fire suddenly
destroy any of your valuable papers and important
documents.    We have
Safety Deposit Boxes
For your Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements of Sale,
Insurance Policies, Marriage and Birth Certificates and
Wills.    Boxes only $2.50 per year and up.
|       Let us explain the system.
The Westminster  Trust
AND
Safe Deposit Co., Ltd.
HEAD OFFICE,   M
NEW  WESTMINSTER, E. C.   <
F. J. HART.
Managing  Director
Half Price Sale
OF LADIES'
Winter Coats
w
FIND
'urselva
with far too mam
Coats at this seaJ
and in order to make a cl3
ance we are going to cut tli
price in two.
All new garments in this
lot, stylish up-to-date goods,
lhe only reason we find
is that we bought too many!
SO   we take extreme mea-
sures to effect a speedy clear-
ance.   All sizes in this lot)
half price.
Tuesday Morning
Bright and early we set the ball rolling.   Be oni
hand as we do not expect they will last long.
50 ONLY IN THE LOT
$14.00 Coats for $7.00 $18.00 Coats for $9.
$21.00 Coats for $10 50
See  them  in  our show window.
W. S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street,
'e-S^TSSKXWiB.JSSWBSa.El
New Westminster!
VS ��:*S_��_EftSB_KJ2_K.**
W. R. 0111
Offlce   Te
le',
G.   E,  Gille
ros., Ltd,
WHOLESALE  AND  :2- TAIL    Dh iLERS  IN
Wellington  Coal,   Van.   Port Lir, I Cement,  Rosebank   Lime,   D.   C- P"-
tery  Vitrified Pipe, Drain  Tile. Terra   Cotta,   etc.:   Clayburn   '
Mantel,  and  F.re   Brick,   Fire  Clay,   Gartcraig   Fire   Brick.     iri.
Salt,  Forge Coal, Common  Br -k   Sand, Gravel nnd Crushed '
���BH_H.ng{aaMBanMMMMMMMM| I
��tice  The Gcod ck
il Ti    ��� l-     j I ORI;
Liberal Association   * offering
MpphnO Underwear at $1.0
The   Annual   Meeting of
the New Westminster Liberal Association will be held
in the Liberal Club Rooms,
on
Tuesday Evening
December 3.   1907,
For the Election of officers
and the transaction of other
important business.
J. Reid, Pros.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
per Suit
Can't   Be   Beat
Ladies' Waists
Men's  Pants
QOOKSLETS
^^^ Well Known
Souvenir
POST CARDS
of New Westminster ami dlst-Im
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at  Gamon's  Cigar   Divan
*rAdvertise the town we live in |y
mailing Picture Post Cards to yovr
friends.
Lace Curtains and!
Curtainettes
Rubbers, all
sizes
Kyle & Son|
The Home of Plenty
�� ;'      ADVERTISE ���
��� IN ���
j     THE      DAILY      NEWS
(  ___   VOU QUICK RETURNS,
'Phone 276      255 Front!
F. CRAKE.
English Watchmaker
Two  doors   from   Ceo. Adams,
Ladles'Gold Watches  from V'-' ���.
Gentlemen's   silver   Watoies.     |
fare, $6.00. ,{0
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, ����
case, $7.50 up. rt njj. |
Afjent for the celebrated fc,0'll^ijr
Watches, supplied   to   tha   *v*
Arctic  Iriieeditlon.    All ��'a,'ra"   '    .
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, ('"���������   >���
Watch   repairing;    charges
able.

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