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 a/Hire, shiles A CO.
WHnt'. Phone 85
^1 lv    Willi U    *1 v W33
N'E^      E8TMIN8TBR   B.  C,  T.HUBSBA'J   MORNING, NOVEMBER 26
190.
iT MiNtR MAY        !����� WUI l4UW~WWiE
YET BE CAPTURED   "*�� bejtarted at once
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
_____ _���
Inspect01
Dawson Has Not
���Again Seeing
gill Behind the Bars
V'Ce-P,'(!'c" Foundry Co
lntepvi��w. BCJa|  MMt.
'"fi   Of   C_Hl*,;,   l0   B(.   He,d
CARNEGIE GIVES AWAY HINTS DARKLY AT       ��� �����i ^UNVtNTiON j DEPUTY SHERIFFS FIRE
A MILLION A MONTH      JAPANESE CRUELTY
WAS LARGELY ATTENDED
.    .        ,, Dominion .
Ij,   citj   Inspecting
rs.
__________________
Foundi
\v. Dawson   v '"    '''   "! ; neral   manager
Mr. i re ���     .. su
��� ii  on   Ma
bi     Cam
of the
Laird of Skibo, Although La- KeepM!   of   British   Conces-
] Benefactions, Has     sion-   in  Korea Says He
Chance of Dying Poor     Could Unfold Tragic Tale.
E.  E>    Morgan,  of  Victoria.  Is  Elected
Presidtnt of   League  Formed to
Carry on Work in B. C.
end-
. 0.
ON JERSEY STRIKERS
Clash Occurs Between Old
Employees of Fire Proof
Company and Officers.
U-iftOD ��� ' :-'������   1,n:   al>0
worl    and   indeed
penitentiary.
H,. Inspect*   Xi(':"'* 0CCUPit!i
I  i- on records,
the
the coi
being a  Mc
Powi
every.   '   "'
Elect
.nd :,:'
'::i
���   rlei  .ii,   Mi. re
i sent," wa-    he     '<      i ana ..
iiinent    an    .;-''���- 1,-n |,
Cn, - lian  ���
thi Gi
���
'day.    Mr,
Q leen
���   **....
-
1       lhe
and
���  immi re,.
j
i-   Nov. :���.",.���Andrev.     Ca.- '     --n'
in    - arm ,   toi ulmself tht , lo*way, ol  Lond
moat noted philan-  bad cha g<
alisi
^^^^^^ ���       71   yeiti-i^^^
: .     Impli   lite  and
Can, ���. ,i- is in    In   en-
^ngel?s,   Nov.   25.��� W,  is
lon, who for Bv,
ot the British eonci
old ; in  Korea,  and i- returning    afte      a
I,
Perth Ambroj
Provincial crowd of strlkei
X. J.,   Nov.
from among th.
\
100
ol
���"/,.
anothi r   for work 1 ni
��� -   ���
. atchi wan      11 .   ���  Ion
be  interview to
Estimating      ��� -.-���
ere were whi"
arly    consiruction
��� | .
joyroi n
hii, in,
ii, ghi   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
uiugei     Hit de-   placi member of th,   whit,  race
ithei forms of Out-j in arms  against  -hi-  Mlkado'i   peopli
bat  kepi   him  In  the      "I an   returning to  Korea, and not
ondition. leavini      said   Mr,   Holloway,   "nr    l
i ���,; ;  Carnegi, M pub   won      i Ik
ben, fai     in    H"1**      "I1 would be om  ol the mon     ta I
i ivi lundi ed d leg it,
lon called  In thi
Hol-A'   '    *���������''���   Vancouver,   yestesdiay   tor
th,      -    '   ���    I  '"niiint;      	
Li iptloi   league, threi     m etings employee<r-cf the National Fire-proof
belnj  held, thai of the morning being   Ing companj at Keasbj   who wen: "-it
shon absence Is now  in the city.        loccupli ;   m0stl3    ���*���*���"���      ��>nt_it..      md j for higher wages las   week   was fired
v,    Hollowaj  said thai 11 nrlvil ge,    '' '      v" k-    Al tht    aftepioon | upon toda;   v   a squad of flfty special
Vt    Dorches -   bridgi
...     . ch off,
��� -   with  .'"I   coun
.   Si
���   Pa i ....
acelleni  health.    Despite! to talk he could tell ., tal< of cruel i'"   ,;" *'���   Ball, of Enderby,
oi hi    hatr am   beard,  on th,   .���,-, ,,   the J  pan,  i    i    thel     ' 'ng thi  chair, the election of bffl,
.* be mistaken    for    ajtreatmen   oi   he Korean  whlcl  would  "' the newly-formed league wa   dui)
proceeded with, till following being
the resnii ot th, ballot: President, E.,
ii Morgan, Vancouvei. Brsl vice-president, T T LanglO-ts, Vancouvei
cond .'��� ��� esldent, R, H. Calms,
Cb 11 wai ; third vice-president, M -.
Spoffard, Vic orla: fourth vlc< p
dent, lh E n, | Hall, Victoria; fifth
president    Jo&eph   Patrick      Ne
sine,   ling -    published  if a com
I -.. -.      wen       ���      tervie*
���   i mtai lo penlten
75   at
���
���
���   thi
'���**M
a.  1 bellevi
..., penlt, ntlarj
��� ���    n thi    Bri
i!   .N'ew    West-
Ftmait P- -:*re-s Not Numerous.
- at   the  varl
an    n��'t   vi ry   null at   Dorchi   ti
���I, an t 3 . *    V. i-
��� tia    pen *��� ntlary
nee foi  two
*:������   :��� ma ���   piIson-
. pro\ :. ���
���   - two   years
-   - ba i ���    bi 'ii   ��� n-
h   speaks     volumes
long  >*
������  1  find    thai    the
- in the I '"in i.  ���"'
it 1 p,    cent, ln i he
ini i sase   n    be
een  verj   _
��� ��� Ion to th.- in
Poui   y, .i- s
ni, r- -it St.'iiv
pi
had    he, n    sent
\i  -h    in-
,. .    ii,    S; my
m  ,.:   b_d nion ton, ma i
272, or   ,n  in, :,., ���
Western   Comparisons.
; toners <��� impai ������
i-Misi   ���
, nlj  .,.':���    ne n
��� ��� j tei n criminal
mi:  in tin- slums ol
lo nut think thej
. ived either..    Tii,
amount   ic a,.out  $15,000,000
..    not   petent  m-wspape   m m  wen     Ben   to
.. ,:     ... a,. :,   Korei   am   thi   real condl lon of .lap-,
|1 ,f hislol   an. presslon told to the world   Ii   8��n;   honoru.-y   secreta.        II
..... ,-,,,,, . -       white  man  revo      ���     ��� '    ur*,    D.  R,    Stewart,
i i.rniiL'  an ���   '    the    Japanese      1   Vancouvo
b,   I        wis.* I - hi.   I cannoi. i   th.       eclng a m -** m n*.    wa
.     . eBeflt! .,   bo*     h.    Japan ������ In ih, ball   when a i
��<d, -     o lh,   Korean emperor's pal  h. ng on th,   obje
.     .     >..,.       i���.   _       n  dim even afte   the)  ha ea ���      dellv	
..     . ,,   poor.    His bej   wanted In 'he wa)   delegates attended from  Westminster.
d. put;   sheriffs   it,  th ti    village    nnd
���   ii ���- wound id,    wo seriously,
Th.- jtrikers, li   Is charged, bad at>
me ed varlou ol 'he plant and
b thi li thro- lm tones through
win.lows had Injured several men
and women employed In the office.
Governor Fori has   been    Informed
Mm   militia ma)    ���   ne, ded
saloon - wen   order, d c    ed
rioting is feared  tonight.
ind    all
Further
LOCATE GOLD CLAIMS
Bl LANTERN LIGHT
���!.
SOCIALIST CANDIDATE
TO lit GIVEN FREE FILED
s esti  ,.; to In ex
i ie tactions, though  'he
.. ,..,1L.     .   ��� ,    100,000
'.    ��� ���  yeai   .
Nanaimo  Conservatives Will   Not  Oppose  Their  Friend  Hawthornthwaite   ,n   Bye-Election.
JAPAN AND AMERICA
HAVE MADE NO TREATY
..
N in a mo,   Not
tlves . ���    .1.   H
walti   .,:-.,    :
.     I    :.-     , ...���  i
��� ���  .   o een hi oaimo
��ie n E. -. no* n bui ���
���hei.   ii.,-  tendered ..  minai ion
:l., bowi vt    ,\.. line I and i
?.,   ,,���,..,���?      :,
in  the   :.���   :.
ite of thi      ��� ��� .
en Axed        be got
��� \   ��� ���      .     ,   ann   meed ai
.....    ��� .ii ih,
���   meets oi -1
tion will      el)    e held verj     ,on,
Liberals have as yel  tak, n no
n the matt, i  of nominal lng n
Idati    o op Mi   Hawihornth-
��.,  ���
EDMONTON   PUBLICIST
WAS  WELL   KNOWN   ON COAST
on   Nov,   _..'
iu Ro, ....
:.,: -     ' i ��� 1.    le _.'
Stat  -  and Ja i -    '���  i
tectl ni   ol    ti,        ie  | I,   ol     l
-_..,..
-ii I el��    ���    h    ; u ,1 count. I, s
i   b)   tli,   Hawaiian Shin,,,,  and
elded  tliui   no    nidi  treat)     was
, ont, mplation
\- for th,    immigration    qnei   ���
ni anding with Japan
ng ii torll)   In    keeping
dov. ii Jap tn,  '
ioi an,   no life   way
S -������ rnmeni or thi   I :
Stat.* nor  England knows of thi
h, m- ������        nd lack  of  principle of  Mn
Japan
Afti in  this  cit)     Mr.
Me  ,   . ...   for San Fnanci-c,
EIRE DRIVES FORTY
FAMILIES INTO STREET
SMALLPOX EPIDEMIC
FEARED IN CALGARY
Nearly   Forty   Properties   Have     Eecr,
Filed   on   Southeast   Chehalls���
���Practical   Miners  Wo.*k.
. ise   Spreading    Rapidly    in    t-.e
Foothills  City���Pest   House  Re-
mains Full���New Cases.
Ch .   _     No.   - ' '���'��� familh
���,,,, . mi's    tOd
into . e rain
troyed   three  tour-8tore>   buildings   I
Sort ''':  '"''
so   $75,000.  Three  fir -
ga
��� g   the
-,.- oi
on
ii   ���
.   foi
*���       25,    'i here   B no d, -
that  the  number    of
Ipos   in      ���     city    are
Inci eaw .    and    ha ���
-���   thai    -   :      i   -���	
S ie-.   - he  time  ol
���    i tomi ��� sh       on,   wl    .   It   is
ighl sease was Introduced In
ci.        ���  ���   11,.���    een a n
',   ,       e injured b)     ta Lng    v,hiie  o   -   ses ev, I Di   WacDo,
gh,   to .v. fl��mes|a!d,   -he  city   health officer,  is  being
Mhehiill.-,   OV.   25.     Tli.-   gold   eXi It,
menl   in    the    vlcln t)    ol    Ma afield,
.ii,,he:isi of thi - cit). on the Cowlitz
. iver, shows no si ijatement.
Sew   claims a ���    be ���..   filed on daily
:;���   none---  o!   loc I lon  filed  wll h
��� ount    aud   i     ; ������ ti  date, net
foity claims have   a ' led on, and
as  ��� ach ,'inry is made,   ipeclmens of
ore taken awaj  and shovi n    b, r,   an
of i  he ���    ������ li,
Me   region  and     ;���   their luck
So intens ���   was   the   i xcit, mem   '������ I
w, ek   that claim-  were    ���  ��� ������.    ocal   I
by  !:u tern Ughl     Some cla ms   �������� ���
���������ini.; jumped.   One Seattl,  pi rty, who
locati     ... (alms a *'��� w
-.,-. s gent si ctical mil        to ths
to begin operations
i
i \ A,u. im.iii Daly, who took
charge ol -���-**- ni" diatrict exhlbll ol
Kinitiii'.i'ii .md Strathcona al the "'���
Ae read io mm h ,���- ni p ovlni Ial exhibition, did n i ���"
in cattle iii-lnr- ..,., w hi leturn to Mi. ���
._ noi bo depraved capital, and l..-i week he �� - laid io
... ide ol lu- wire   .,:    the
Clovai Bai ci metery, Kdm m on, having survlvi tl In ��� b) onl) tanti we, !>-.
i��� . nun ;.,, wa a." nded t�� iniulreds
ol   I'.iliiioiiinii  peopli .
The ci council wai  r�� pn    nted b)
^luvoi    McDougall   in i   Commissioner
in i,,,; nt   the  I - -
��� : , dui ���'., ,1 ne n u
noi o ���- it now.
ii M'-M i\, !-, id In our
nough bankers ���
��� an"  tie   a    large
BONES   RECOVERED   MAY   BE
THOSE Or-   MOUND BUILDERS
fiasi si. I...in-   in,   \,,\   ..,    iinuia i
onea,    ��� leved to havi   I, en thos,   i
il \t. .-n mound bu Idi i     were found In
East SI   Louis todaj b) workmen whu
������. ��� t e digging .ni exca\ ation.
, ni,-  -,.ei, ton   ��a-   wall, d   up In   .
ie torn ' < .-Mo fe, i high  ll wa   I bo
ol  n  man   ippai enti)   Beven  feel  tall.
I When   the  _uon<<_,   \>    removed  the
���   letOn    loll    l"    i'.e, i  -
Bui led und, r seven feel ol earl a.
n. ,u the ba .- ol this ancient tomb,
w ere th, keleton ol fifti en men, nil
al ove norm il b< lulu The) were -.'ated in a circle aboui the tomb, where
��� h,. r ,-hii i had ' ��� -ii �� nlh ,i up.
LORDS   WILL   REJECT
THE   LICENSING   BILL.
, -. ...       .   ,      ...
���,__������
��� , carrh
���   II    V, ',   .   .
*e;.lingham lumber plant
to resume operation!:.
busy.
th,
ho,..
RAILWAY   RELIEF FUND
PROVES   SUCCESSFUL.
1)1       1       III,,,- I-       aa...,   j
..;.'������    ng evi
;        nfection   ��������� as   c irr ed  into
ihe   South   w�� ��� -������   a   fe*��
<- '  and " ":'^ closed   "   ''" 'A I 000.000 ha, been paid out hy th
In on, ................................H^n,
rh cago, N'ov,  25     Moi
li< lllngbam, _*tov. 25,    L   0   ��
.   igei  ,d th,   Bi linglwm Ba) l.nm-
ompan)'- big pi nt her,
o    j   from  San  Francisco,  wher,   hi
wa   called for a conference with the
compan)  officials, with the annonnci
ne nt thnt tho planl Is to bi started up,
after seveini month-' closedown    The
mill   v> ill   he   v,'-opened   l,\   thi   li- il   oi
the year if lumber conditions conUaue
���   orted to the health officer yes*
and   ��hich  could  n< \   be  ai -
ided   ,' uni ii toda)   th,   head of I he
In .-���      ,-     ���. ii    ,a   lt_*     bai kwarda
I md   '    ������ ' rom    v ��� '���-.    without
hlndron ���
.   mi ���    i��   ol  thi   local m dical
i        ���  oi    ha\ Ing  bad at  li asi  two
oi   three patients  suffering from the
,     - e,   ind sa)  .hat from whai thi >
��� an   hi ������   thi   numb, r  oi    oases     is
idaii>  on the Increase.    The disease Is
han -���*
^        Se ������tn
relief I
nin railroad system, both easl and
o Pit urg, -im-, the o gani2a-
liona of thi departments. Since duly,
i*v. on the lines wesi of Plusburg,
and sine February, lb86, on Mie lines
ea t, :hy sum of $15,050,644 has been
al i to members who.
o   ace dent, hav,    ��� ��� n Inci
tnted foi   work.   Thi   remainder, $10.-
276,227, ha     ��� i n paid to the families
ol ii ii mbera who has,   iii ,1.
Reports ol the operat on ol th,  fund
i manager down   HntchaJt,   the  Bdnionion   "igrlciiltural
���
ui
i;.I-- ,n  couni  Incur
\n    pi - "ie
��� .H, i    exactl)    -ii��� i>���.
t   elng the rule.'
ll Bill   Miner?
���    ii el    ,, in   ti,   ��� -'������'i""
ui,,I      Mi.      Daws in.
plent)    lasl    yeai
B|U Min, i, thi notorious
s,m lety, und Mn- iMiinouioii boatd ol
ir.nie i,. Josi ph Oriel einhunit,., and
the   Vlbei ta govei timi ni    b)    Premlei
Uu. he, ford, and  I,on   V\       Finl;i>   Tile
Sunda)  nchool class of   young
n hom    in-  ii ceased  b id    In
! wen- among thi   raournet - In
It.,
i iu
com wiii*	
,��� improve, und  thai   the.   are hound   ������� ������>"���� It-H to -he ,,oo,,,- class      l<,,^:
,���,,o so is ihe ,i,���, bellel ol the man   '    �����>   imrtleulir ���ion ���,  the city   "'    *���   Ines ��., show tha    during
anj means,      i has broken out '-ithe ***,>n"1 ot  October the payments
in
:'
Mi
Waldo says ihi   mai dm i ���
is i, ad)  io stai i on   .hoi t notice, thai
- ��me of
thi
��� ,,,, mi        to $ 10,310.
the Plant has been put in the best ot\*���u"u^$g��E2mmmm^*\Vm toi_a* I disabled by illness or   accident   and
���
'iiip'inhms  was  the   wortl
''   ai, ��� im,. dliappeared as
8 11   III, >   ha,I    he, ll BWal
'*''' **V bj ii,,   , ,i.   | believe, il Bh
"lit  M,.
"'Itlleil
111. II
true teil,
,i body.
floral itihiites completel) covered
,,lSu,i     Wreaths were  -��'    u)
lhe
ihi'
in n-w  w.i-iinin ' i!,!,,. Methodlsi church, Clover Bai
'' ''HI  :-,-i   Mnm   yet,     Miner |l|
Kdinontoii Agricultural <ocietj
Eidtnonton city couacll, the Edmonton
board ol trade ami Waltei Ramsay
,,r Eidtnonton,
London. .n<>��   -'-     By n large-majoi ||i;|       v_|(i||l   ,,���.   1,.pon
Ity, n meeting ol  two hundred  mem* m|]) pro,wrty baj been Bold bodily foi
bers of the hous  loi-ds decided ,n rai*road   terminals,  Mr,    Waldo   Bald
fttVoi   ,,i   i*ejeciing   ihe  licensing  bid Ih���iv  is  ,.,,   .,���������  ,, .,,   ,,���  ;m,, nevei
siiiiiinuii)   when  broughl   up  for  ils|h,. , ��� during thi   las;  four years
second reading. >���-
Vs  ,i���   rilium is  are  in   n   s-trong
I ,11    iMlheUPI"!    >��>���>���***���   l1""     ���    	
,���,  iijiticiilii   ni   thi'ivvliiK   mil   ati- | ^m^
radical leKirfaiton distasteful K> them.|    wlM|peg     N���v     Ie    T(m1]1>    il,
I Canadian Pacific railroad closed negi
besl    I'ainili. s,    where
cleanliness Is itrlctlj  observed,    lt is I i-epresnted the payments to
. Meved thai the lufi ction to a greai
��� m .'.       ���   ,1    ���.   ���! ople w ho
move trom oui   boardlMghouse to an-
the order to turn the wheels of Lheblg|other  dh-tectlj  there  ii' any
.,,.,,     |,, .,i Bmallpex,
Of this $26,227
mem hen
shape  b)  millwrights and carpenters,
and thai only the oertalnt) of u ma
ket and  n,������i price*  n mains to force
suspicion
si i.e** i the amount paid in death benefits rh,- total payments for 'h(-
Unea wesl since the organization ol
th    fund amounts to ^6,841,1 iv.
PLANS   BIGGEST   COAL
PLANT    IN    THE   WORLD.
Sleet   Storm   Deiays  Travel.
i. an I I." ks n 11. Nov. :_.,.���One j
of lhe worst ��� h ������( stoi in- In > < vi��� B
prei alii 'i ��� broughoui Noi th Dakota
���ml Monl ins todaj, nnd as a result
communication on thi Oreal .Northern
line Is in off w. si of Petersburg, and
on the in;,in lini of the .Northern Pacific   ��' Bl   ol'   J__*n..sto\vn.
Sill
badl) both    in    the    Unlte.1
Wd Canada    Thi re i- n "*r^'
���^fal     "fl.,
"���*��� Nlco
hi,
till i
Kiel.  H
Nov.
m for hi* recapture and
i,   on the alert.    Miner
,:'      earunci   and manner tnat
bard  to dliguhie,    He
- '��� i man   with    a   mild,|parttnents of lh.
111 'in, -    totallj     al      v,iuiiinee
l| ���*'' ' baracter  us    a    deawrate
:i"    ii,   win have to -"'���"'"
waonalltj  pretty  well  to esci	
31,1 in-,
EVERETT TO RETRENCH
ON ITS EXPENDITURES-
Dice  Shakmu   Barred.
, ai|gary, Nov,  -������    The shaking of
,,!,.,! ror drink* or cigars,    .md    the
  lug of slpi  machines for decks,
,,.,._  n stopped by the police.   The
enforcing of the order will affeci trade
,,,   | considerable ������xieut 	
ilatloas in  Fori  William for toui  lots
on Niand .No. i. mi which there wW "��
erected    the    largesi      COal      lianil'Mi'M
pi,,nt iii tbe world, with   tt   utorago
capacity ����f a million urns ahd a bandl
inir capacity or two mllllotl tons per
season.
tin
!.
���,..-'l*b,.  various d
municipal   govern-
��� i,-v,.i,ii   whose estlmati
llielil   ol    I''*1* " "���   w
expenditures  tor 'he    coming
year   aggregated   1146, '
,,,���,,���.li,.,l in retrench '"
,,,��� $16,000, according to in
budget, nubmltted to thi
.   in   Wyoming night,      The
<M,     NOV.2i Mlie.e.,1        I tin    'hellle, -I' '(iv.,���.)lil!r
.      ������:,,   ���f   MUSK,.,.,   will receive $28, or a IM" ^    (]
th   ham ,,r Prank  the ehlef'i  ��� '""���"
 and     '   lm [hoped ���<- be n ile '"   '
,   , equipment,
Uu
ultimately.'
Meteor   Fall,
if
(lsClll
win   be
amounl
in 1^'" ;
council l����i
reduction    ls
which
 '
new
Explosion of Blasting Powder
Causes Injury to Japanese
Content* Onknown.
Following 11 CtlPi-Ohi  wiiich they have
indulged In tot man., years, T. freeman and SL Men), yesterday journeyed
to   DOUglae,   where   they   took  part  in
tbe annual ThAfeksglvlng turkey
shunt. The> returned late at nlKlit
carrying  h hulging each.
KNIGHTS  OF   PYTHIAS
INVITE  W. J.   BRYAN.
���1
Portage La Pralrl,    Mm . \o\. 26^-
Tbe official  vis I  1 I  ''.'and I'tiancellor
W. A. Elllbtt to Pi   M,   Lodge No. 8,
K   ol   P.,   was   tnadc  ;1' a-ion of
an Interesting announcement that, he
bad Invited vV .1. Bryan to attend the
meeting of thi grand lodge, which
wlll be held h,:, In June, and fully ex-
pected Men th.. famous orator wotiirl
coma ���!*. Bryan would jnobabiy
address a public meeting In th. after-
nc*tn and a gathering Of K   of P. ttipm-
. a? rs in tiie ��� vening,
\  young Japaneae, aged '���-��������� Masu-
y.ulil  hv inline,  was  brOUghl  ilowu  >���
terday to the  Royal Columbian i",s
pital rrom Pori  Haney suffering ���'���on*
,l���. results of serious huni**. The Injured nun was noi feeling well In the
morning, and remained In'doori, Before leavini-', ann,. oompanloni placed
;, qnantlty of blasting powder to dry
,,,,, the itove,   The natural re*��H '"'
Opium Conference Postponed.
Peking, Nov. 26,���Tne conference
on opium traffic hai heen postponed
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ! until Pehruary, Mr. Mackenzie King,
lowed. An explosion ensued, and lire V|. iv. the Canadian delegate, will not
broke out. The Unfortunate min could , BBii until the latter part oi next
not make his way to the door through month,
die   Humes  nnd  smoke,  so    breaking	
a pane of glass, he   jumped   through'    The annual meeting of   the   Young
the window Conservatives will be   held   In    the
lie sustained  sllghl  injuries In  bis Cunningham hall  this evening, when
fall, hut  hnd already been 10   *> '���''   officers are to  ^.elected.    Two   fac-
burned ihat Wa recovery was despair- Uohi a ntesttng  for the dlffi
e,i of in nn early hour this mom ng* I office*).
Immorality in Cardiff.
London. Nov. 2.">.���A member of a
deputation who waited upon th,- Cardiff Watch committee on Monday with
reference to the city's Immorality declared the town to be the worst ho
knew of, and he had visited the principal cities of tin   world.
Smallpox in Lumber Camps.
Peterborough, Ont., Nov. _.- timail-
jioa. tins broken out in    the    lumber
camps in Cavendish Township, in the
north of Pe 1 borough County.   There
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Swiftwater Bill Gates Takes
Another Wife Unto Himself
.\ i. -.     . s w I ft wa te i
i ��� te.-, he of t        :. in*     llvo   ed
married   Miss   Sa lelle   M
���i.-, ,i I _<  of this cil  ,      Coeu   d'Al ���-, -.
S .nl,,  .   Kill'     -   . . ime is n I Gates,
Vubauf, ile keep   i ie nami  ilates
��� ausc that is bi n Mi.-r - ,������ al
mini,, auii by :��� ii. i. known tar and
. Idi
Miss Mercli r is a eautlful g rl,
with abundant dark balr a fair complexion and dark eyes. She Is a Stenographer. It was her beauty, so her
mother states, that first attracted Mr.
Mnie.-. and mice he had seen her he
watched her at every opportunity, followed her to the shows in the evenings
ami haunted hei ways till lie learned
her honiu was with her mother, Mr..
Viol '   Erlchson,    who , ouducts    the
��� - :'    hotel, .it   UT'-. Sprague ave-
n tc,
Thither went Bill to board at once, |
.. ii. re !'.,- In.-: no tim   Ic suing for her
The storj  .i offei  of mar
ls told bj  Mrs, Erlckson  is tol-
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"'J  llln't  ... be m  n I, d (or
��� i   ��������� ars, bul tl er :   ��� ������     Mr, Gate
,i    ���   good '" h r,   i told h ra if be
dldn: treat mj girl right I wouldn't
odlj go for hlm, I'd do worse than li tl
you know I bad ofti n read ol ' Sw if
.��� utei ' Bill, and l just wanted to neei
thai man to tell him whin I thought
ol him. The Idota, a man with four
wives,   but it,- says    here   were only
..... and that two ol them v. ������ ��� ,] nice
I,,ill girls. When he first ��� ame I ���'��� ���
, ,mii.em,led. I told bim, 'Xo, sir:
; ou can'l hav ��� my Saddle, You':, ,-,
regular bluebeard.' But he said even
i he d, vll  was nol  as  black  as be Is
rn-. d, and that lie l-ned her. That
u.i.. :i month ago, and be left his hot ���:
to ci me here, where he could get acquainted with her." Asked wh it w< re
the future plans of her ousband and
herself, Mrs. Anluuif repll td: "Weil,
we are going to Europe for a few
months, and after we come back we
m/iy go to Alas!. ,. II 1 (-un luive my
way   abOUl    lt.   I   never   would   go   to
Alaska at all.   Oh. maybe l won't have
t/i   anyway."     He   may   have   ���-mother
wife by thnt time."
Mr Gates wa  reticent aboul hii af-
Ra!N SAVES LIVES License Notices
WHEN BUILDING fALLS
NOTICE Is herel y ���.iven thai  I Intend  to appl    a    the  ii- xi
the  I.ii ��� nslng  Boat I ol I ol
\, n   Wes min '" : enewal  ol
to (uors I on thi
premises  knov n he Fraser Hote
fairs,      it   vi .    '
:.,- bi  wa    50 11 ��� ������' E irope to   nandle j
.1 proposition there."   "We wlll almost1
go    Thej offi    is a pn tty good
1 of money and will puy our expenses.    1 haven't got any money now
inn I'm going to make some,   We wl1'
be  in   Europi   three or four  months,
and then com.  back to Spokane    .''<���
-
that 1 ni:,.-.  go to   -h-.-.-,.  ;,ut that   ���
not   known."
NOTICE ii hereby given that I  In- .
tend to   : al u< si   siting ol sit tated on the cornei        Begbie   ind
01  the  ;"*-; ��� ';'    ,'1'.   ,,; 1'r";" streets in thi     i i i Itj   ol New  volunteer   bounty   act, ii
New   ������    -num :er tor   a   "enewal Wi   tmlnster. warnint, to PiiRfMASERS
Wet .Weather;   Structure
Workmen Quit  Because
Wet .Weather;  Strt
Collapses Soon After.
....  ,:,,a: i Mi    i'i';   ol   Front sireets  n tb      1
New   ������ "��� -tni'.ti .er tor   a   "enewal   o!   Wi   tmlnster.
licen ,   to sell llauora by retail on the! ALFRED SWANSON
,,.  ml ��� - known a. the Windsor il >tel,   New Westminster, Nov. ::, iy.'"**.
.a    1   dumbly    and    Begbie	
u the said ('it:- of New W.
.-. reel -
a   minster,
of
p. 0. l-H-1 IDEAU
1908,
HAYTI REVOLUTION IS
USHERED IN WITH CHIMES
B,g  Quantities cf Ammuniticn     Benj
Rushed to the Front���One General   Has  Been   Executed.
San  Francisco,  Nov.    _M.    With
tii inderous < rash   I hc st el   woi.
:   ree stories of th,*    new    university  Nei.   Westminster, Nov.
club building at Powell and California] ....
��� - fell today. Score* of persons
were passing at the time, but the
twisted mass of steel settled within
the property line and none were injured
Thi   structural   Iron    worker.-    had
een ordered to wall until the rain hail
coa-,''!   before   beginning   work,    The
order   undoubtedly manj   lives.
n.       , .        .  .   a   ,,  r   ...  . a-
\ ���-.   Westmin -  -r   Nov. :;, 190H
Ni riCE Is hereb)  given thai  i Intend  to apply at the  m-xt  sitting ol
ih    Licensing  Board  for  the i It)   of
New   We tmlnster  tor  a   renewal  of
license to sell liquors by ratal! on the
1-  premises  known  as  the   Royal    City
,,:   Hotel,  situati ,1    i oi ner    ot  Customs
Houso Sqiiar�� and Columbia street, lu
oi   the :��i'l Cit) oi' New Westminster
license to sell liquors b;   retail on the                                        E. KAI.fll.
premises known ���    Mi- Raeaell HoteL,   Ne��   Westminster, Nov. ::,  1908
situated  on Carnarvon    and    Begbie 	
ed lo i\
A.I..
NO I'ICE ij hereby given that I
, tend   to appl)   -j,'  the  m st sitting
r-., i.i, enslng Board of the   (Ht>
New WestmltuUir tor a    renewal
streets In
minster.
tli,. .--. i , i      ,1  Sew Wc *
Porl Au Prince, Hayti, Nov. 25.-���
The revolution against President Nord
Alexis   has   I n  fanned   to 'U    brisk
ll.une  today  through  the    annoui i
ment of thi   capture aii'l execution of
General Le Conte, minister of the Interior;  the  captain ol    the    gun o it
Croyant, after a shoi ���    utle witl
.'i oal Centi aa ��� md thi dec on
of iho town et Jo - im ind Aq a
side with  :M- rebels.
Anx'et)   i    [ell  ill   the capital ovei
Mi., lark of newi   from Gi ni ral Ci
iin Gyrlaque, the   mini '��� i    of    wai.
who, with Gi ik ial Le < onte  was
out by the president ti   q iel] the    '
rising at  Aux May     b_a led  bj   General  Antolne Simon.
New  troops in-,   !,,   .      ecrulted by j
the government, and        qui ntities of;
ammunition  are  belnp  rushed  'o th
front.
The steel worl   fo    I           toi    i wasl
iu   position,  bu    niucl   nl   It   h
been i Iveted.   A   .trontg gale loosi
several channel Iron    and when a column tell   the  rest    il    ll, ent.    NOTICE I    _   eb)   given thai   I
down  with it. tend  to appl    il  the next sitting cf
 ,���,                   the   Licensing  Board   ol   tha  Citj
Ni ������'���   Wi sttr ��� for  a   i  newal    <���;'
WIRELESS  MESSAGE
.i: en*,- to sell : j,;-,:    ,���   ��� ���    p   ���]
spans the pacific uioi.ii a   the Depot Hotel Bituated on
corner of Col        i an I im.'.lith Btreets,
Notice le h< reby given that   we iiv-
tend to applj ai the nexl sitting of tb,_
Licensing Board for the City nl   ���'
Westminster tor a renewal of license
��� *, n liquoi ��� b)  retail on the prem-
s knowi, ,,    17,,.    Holbrook    il ''
rttoate! oi, Front street,
JOHN McNIVEN .m  D. McDON VL1-
Westminster, Nov. I, 11
Every asslgnmeni o
^ ; South African  Volute,
laud gram musi
polntmeni <,;.,-;
iu the form provide I ���-'
Special attention
section ���'��� oi' Se, tlon
Bounty Act, 1908, ��b
no asslgnmeni of thc right ol .i u,;-
unteer by the appoint
stltute shall be acci pn d oi
by tii.-   Departmem    ���      ���    '���*'"'"'���
which is not executed and dated after
the date  of the  warrant  for the land
grant issued by the Mini
and Defence In favoi of i
.1. W. GREENWAY,
Commissioner of Don
Lands, Ottawa
28th Beptember.  t��08,
PROFESSIONAL.
ill ni
in) 't
- uu,
Forty-Mill,on-Dollar Ueal  Clossd.
Philadelph a, Nov 2o A deal was
, ompletod hei tod i) �� h ���: eby control
of the $40,000,000 Lake Superior corporation passes I'l-'un Philadelphia financial Institutions to interests rep-
resented Jointly by New Vork and
Philadelphia parties, The deal ends a
long struggle between interests represented by the Canadian Improvement  rompaoy ami  loi.al banks.
San Pram I co, Not   :M     \   ...
.station in t.i ��� i ll    reporl   ��� on .       ai
ovei ii* a tl   dm lng   th     I., ;   I ���   .   ��� i
, ode in, isagos �� hich are ;'. 'i---, ��� .j  to
have been sent  nom   om
.la'iiau. To i,urine the Io, ,i com
belief  tli,it   Mi ���  i.e        ���      iavi
from Julian ; Horn Lulu itlon
said to have hi ird sain,   code
messages. The Jap ��� ��� ta <a i.-s
over 8,000 mil. -  on from
this city, in :   hou] | ignai   nivieh
have 'oe.-n Benl in i ,, Japane ������ rod,,
have originated In Japan, the wireless
record wlll hav,- I ���. , \ , ,, ., over
I.   miles.
Germany ij Interested.
Berlin,  Nov. 24.- Thi    pei ��� b delivered in the British lion.
tn the said C
New Wesl min -��������� -. No
of New  Westminster.
j. WISE
1908
W
F.   II A NSrO R D.    Hamster.
Solicitor, etc., Crescenl block,
corner     Oolumbla     and     McKenile
streets, New Westminster n. ''
NOTICE i   ii- ,       [iven that I ta
tend to appl   m the nexl sitting of th*
��� Licensing Board of the city of    Ne*
Westmlnstei for a renewal of license
i to sell liquoi    by retail on tbe premises known us the Cosmopolitan Hotel,
situate on  Columbia Btreet, opposite
('. P. R. depot, In th
Westminster.
NOTICE is hi reby given that   i
t, i .  ���,, appl    al   the  nexl  Bii -
' he  I.i, en Ing   Boai ,1   for  the  City
*��� -..   Westminster, for a  renewal
license to aell splritous liquors b) re     a   .viu.Al.l.i.l..    BARRISTER, flotation the premises known   as    th,e *������   llcltor, etc.,    .-   Loi
Liverpool Ann;. Bituated on Columbia  opposite Court House   New Wes
street,  In   tbe  westerly  store  In  the (iter.   Phonal
Oven's Block, In the Bald City of New
Westminster.
ALEX. MATHESON.
New   Westminster.   Nov    1,   [908
WHITESIDE  A   EDMONDS, BarrU-
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk..
; Columbia street,   New   Westminster.
' W. J. Whiteside. II. L, Edmonds
M
MtTIN S, McQUARRIE, BARR1
cum
ie ol lord   yes- Westminster tor a renewal of llcens_
terday by Field Mai hal Lord Roberts,"to sell liquow by retail on the
In   which  the speak ���
possible German
NOTICE i.s hereby given that thirty]
said <T,y of New   fay* Utter date we Intend to apply to   (Vi   VeVsVsolicitors, etc.   Offices, New
K.   S,   Hussey,  superltit,���intent,   1'rovln-
J. B. D. Mcdonald. ('i:!l Police, Victoria, B. C, for a re-
New Westminster, Nov. '.',, 1908. newal of the liquor license held by us
for   the   St.   Alice   Hotel,   situate     at
Harrison Hot Springe.
Tho Harrison Hot Springs Co., Ltd.,
George Hartnew, Manager,  .	
Dated Nov.  1,  1908. | W. MYERS GHAY, Barrister. 3*,li^1'a'
NOTICE is' ii.-rei,;. given that i Intend to apply at the next Bitting of the
LicensliiK Hoard for the City of New
pivm-
-; at the Ises known as tli,- Colonial Hotel, situ-
ti v.. ion of England, at the corner of McKenzie and Clark-
Bald thai a million men were needed on ��on streets, In the sulil City of New
shop, to protect England from sueh a Westminster,
contingency, has arou ���: conaldera' h, M. F. INSLEY.
Interest here, -New weBlminster. Nov. 8, iflOS.
Westminster,   Trapp   Bioi i<
Clarkson an,I l_orne sine's.
U    Solicitor. Gulchon  block, Coium
tin and  McKenzie Streets.
minster, B. C.
UT        ADVERTIS K       >*
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
To INCREASE You.- BURtNEBB,
 -: Curtis block, Clarkson ��tr	
I Box lti'.!.   Telephon. 64.
tr       ADVIOUT'.SR      "��
��� IN ���
THE      DAILY      NEWS
if VOU Wan*, a Situation.
,�� THE D-a^tLi NEWS.
THREE.
j    .. XMAS   GOODS ..
v,.. are no
,,, prepared to show you thi
Stock
��� .,,,'��� ' ir< *e dtyA_.^ta:_? D��WA icleyouhav,
J'.    Io,-    that Xmas present   If you do
I   any  article   toom
I   by making your cholci
d. ,       eel from
SWITCHMAN ELLIS IS
ITTCD FOR TRIAL
ang, ��� s      ' Statement Put In by
Accused   of    Man-
IW. C   CHAMBERLIN   T^I Jeweler : hter Is Contradictory
T        ' .1...    1    nntriTii.L'     tkftA      IJ.,,.    Ill rn ___k
,. Longinesand Haml ....._if.nts      " ���
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IMENRY'S
,   ti i  Stock
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
,,    ���:       : \i:m    GARDEN,
iNSERVATORY.
��� e- i, asonable
era, scale or
nage stock. No
annoj you.
ot of fruit trei b
,, .  the   fall    trade,
!',.,:. Plum   and
i. *.   ee. iii Ii adlng
00    .-mall    fruit
o ... grown and
nn from bear-
,:. -   Bulbs tor tall
grass   seeds
Buy    direct
... thai grows.
Supplies,
, Cul    Plow
MADE IN CANADA
foUETTS
,    CREAM    ,
Tartar-.
CHEMICALLY PURE
Canadian Oo\ ernment te.-*t.<
Show  wc h..\e the purest,
and highest strength goods.
���iillett's   is   used   hy   the
I'o.st Bakers and Caterers
everywhere.    Costs no
more than the inferior
adulterated kinds.
E.W. GILLETT CO., LTD. |
Toronto, <.
Catalogue Free.
M.J. HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
3010   W-stmmster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
ery South Van*
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[Nurseries 1
���. No\   -jr..    Upon ��� vldence
nd nr own written
the   Cedai
i on a charge
���  In  connection   with
"i November 7. was today
for   trial   tjy     Magistrate
Ui .
' argi.   a repetition of
at the Inquest, was to the
outgoing    Vancouver
' ' at Ci lar Cottage. J.
! v   Fergus,       ,     Maw., nee  and   Miss
Blythi   Sag< -,- engena on  this.
' ar  30 testified.
'������'    latemeni voluntarily made and
signed by Ellis at the time of his de :
enti        .   , witn, ss on Novembi r 10
- ���- all  iin,,-   whi n    if'
- gni    : ..  Jamieson to
I bad to i
��� E   he wa;  an   hi   went by."
i.        is       the    ���> ne   "r.
I in ��� - - ��� an     McDonald,
.   thi      i   nco   ...     car,
thi ���      u the
Westminste:  car   Both were
���
ivs in thi:        .   .    tate
al   hi    told   M ' M,-\--
V a n
. ,t -, ached
ii thai
kick's Sporting Goods
I
ammunition,    footballs,
ewrlters, fishing  tackle
ads of light automatic
paired.
ALEX. SPECK
Man on the Whi el '
PENITENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
Flour.
Sealed   tenders     .   i ���   ., d    Ins lec-
i -.   Ottawa,'1   and ���
endorsed    'T> ndi      toi   Flour,"   will.
reci   ���" .   until   M : Oth  No-,
��� ��� ii. ��� im ��� live, from ; artlea desirous of contracting for the supply of
flour until 30th Novi ni n r, 1909, for
tbe undi t tnentione I peniti ntlai les,
namel);
Kingston Peniti ntiary,
St. V ii enl  ie Paul Pi nitentlary,
Dorchi. ������ r Peniti ntiary,
Manito ., !'��� nlti nUary,
British ' a Peniti ntlai y,
Pi
h     ��� ���   ;
M   ���   man McA i        b
a   I ���  had asked 1 a
t iin--., if thi w est min *���    i
an i  he   eplled tha    it  had
ii,   also told  in,'  thai
: .'" added ���'��� nd i       Da\ d n ��� j
nf this car.
j, hn    Hen ing,    Motorman    \\
ng ol   the Ot in Ivlevi   , at.    v\ iiii.nn B. Dunlop, managi r ol
:   oi  lines,  and   Colin  Cam    ���       ol
��� .   i    oiice
u   - a     Mr   1 lunlop   pu     n   evi
thi   nrdi       und'     which   Ell's
id   een actli an ad lh li nn
icci lent    in
��� -   and *>\    i lampl ell pit
temeni '       Ellis.
i   on th, ii       ' "       lo
FOR SALE CHEAP.
������������' r engine.
���', r.
wagon.
ortment of new and
��*C011l! 1 lOdS.
\','���
Alta.
Forma of tendi i aud Infi rm lUon aa
to form of contract, will be furnish. I
on application to the wai li n i of the
peniti ntiarle8.
DOUGLAS  STEW VRT,
QEO   W   DAWSON,
In ipectoi -  of    Pei ' nl r.rie3,
Ottawa, October 20, 19
he clo
���   ,, i        .    ���    n ��� W.  K
El R MANY  DEMANDS
TWO CENT   POSTAL::
SPECK & CRANDELL J^     HENLEY
Speck Block.  Near Tram  Office.
E^ne 275.
ies' Hair Dressing
W*"9<     nil   Scalp Treatment    a
Specialty
Come,  cf Sixth  and  Columbia.
Manufacturer oi
Mineral  Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water-?,
Family tr-idc  a  specialty.
j-e|.   113. Offici    Eight  s.r:et
NEW   WESTMINSTER
P..   C.
oily
ow
WILL BE HERE IN
UR WEEKS
Ad
vertise
[1     In, Not ��� i char
,,iii, rc,   In (lei many* a       etltio
;,   in  the Inte '   trade   ���
mi   po   age   rate   between  c
���   ,,,,   .,��� |   tin   'ni ��� 1   Si;'/,--  such  as
.,,,-���    \   ���     ii tween England nnd the
i nited  States.
The chamber of comm, ri e of El * r
le ,|    . sti i'i      i      I a it  olut. in   x*
,   .       in;;     its    .:���   b-ll       '��� ���-  '*'     thai ''���
...   follow   the  ��� Niuui'le  of r,;-".y
...   . , n   .,,���!  < o   ���   ��� ich   a , on. i
,, ;��� ,     the    United   *-*���'���'������ ���      Buslne."
house!   In ,;i rmanj   todaj   'end  ]]i-' ���
 ., , ts fo - I'nited Stan a b..   mall to
En l md to  bi    re m ted   the:
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PLAN ON TO CONSOLIDATE
CHICAGO STREET RAILWAYS
PROSPECTUS
Pitt Lake Brick and Cement Company, Ltd
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
been authorized by tin    ��� mpany to sell stock of the above Company 1 hereby aubmil to the public
,h' ������-   particulars. Capital, $100,000.    One thousand shares at $100.00 each at par.
Subscription list is opened today for ?30,000 only, there being applications   all >i    ani
the ��� will remain open for ten days, when it will be close,), should the amount ' i i cribed bj the
pu        ��� iere will be issued to the aubscriber hia proportion of share, applied for.
The following gentlemen  have |nter< d themselvei  previously to th,.  registration ol the  company:
E. .1. Fader   	
H. P. Naylor 	
l Ir, U. E. McKechnii   Vancou . ���
K P  Bishop	
Dr. .1. W, Thompson, Vancouv,
W. II   )<<-ary 	
T   s   Hall, M. D	
W. 0  Schroeder	
.1. E,  Ulan 	
.I,,-,- h Relchenbach    	
.$20,500.utJ
.  10,000.00
.    1,000.00
.    1,000.00
500.00
500.00
500.00
100.00
oOO.OO
500.00
��� ���       foi '
ii       .1
i>i-I*  ������ ��� ��� :
all tl rh,* pi
;,   $246.1 ��� "
,.,,.,     ��� :  for the  pui |�� ���
lldatlon, wl h .1 P Morgan ind
i . s,\\ v,,ik and Chicago buniae -
ns.oclate*  as controlling  force.
McG,II   Man   Gets   Nobel   Prize.
Ott iwa,  Nov.  26,   it is  nnofflcia I)
ii ,,. ,i thai the Nobel chemWtrj i"''-"'
WH1  be awarded to  Professor Erm
Rutherford of  Manchester university.
lai . of Mi-Mlll.
YOUR  XMAS  GOODS EARLY p   Q^\����
IN
KeD AILY NEWS
and you will have one of the
Biggest CnriaStmases in the
history of  your  business
English Watchmaker
Two   door*   from   Geo. Adam*.  Groc.tr
Ladles'Gold Watcneg from 112.75 up.
Gentlemen's Sliver 'Watch'"- open
race, ���6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, |7.60 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Demi
Watches, supplied to the Weltman
Arctic  Kxpedltion.     Ml warranted.
Chains, Rings, .lew^irv. etc... ito,
Waicb repairing; marges reason
able.
Thomas FT< eman	
T. s. Annandale 	
Pe ��� ���   Shadforth 	
John A. Montgomery	
Charles  K.  Doherty   	
Mrs. F. P. Bishop 	
M;:- e Eagle  	
Edwin R. Fitzgerald  	
White & Shiles	
NO AMPLICATION  WILL BE RECEIVED AFTER TEN DAYS FROM THE .ABOVE HATE.
Th,   offices of the Company stall be at the Northern Crown Ban    248   Columbia   Street,   New  W
wstw*t^.M��a*_�� ti.....
''������-���I,',  Directors of tbe Company are:
F. J. FADER,  Lumberman, President and  Managing  Director.
J. REICHENBACH, Wholesale Meat Merchant. Vice-President.
J. E. ALLAN, Bank Manager, Secretary-Treasurer.
H.   P.  NAYLOR. Vice-President  Berg Machinery   Manufacturin-j  Co.
W.   J.  WHITESIDE.  Solicitor.
"^W BANKERS���NORTHERN   CROWN   BANK.
The  Solicitors of the Company are  Whiteside &  Edmonds.  New Westminster.  B. C.
Anj   person  si    i     ilng $500.00   .. over ma   tiecome a Directoi of the  Company upon  application, subject
to ' .    a ,proval oi  ihi   Hoard.
��� i ,,, issue ihi hi ment plan, 20 pi . cent, upon   application,   aud   20  per  cent,
moi   hi-,   until  fully  paid.
he Companj to ���   er Is,  Known as Timber Berth No. i00, and situated on Pitt
i :ovei       an   irea ol   21.  acn       .  utary  to  New   Westminster   and also two mineral claims situated    in
ol   -  :-l  .... party, covering an area o il 3000 feet by 1500 '��� ��� I  wide, ami known as    the    Silicon
' laim No.  ',.   .ii i Silicon  Mln ral Claim  No   2, which  when Crown granted entitles the Company to all
incral rights therein under the Lawn Of    b, vincial Government of British Columbia. The timber berth
I  the  rights  to all  the tim'.,,���.  thereon th,      Id ar,*a mentioned which has abundance cu" umber to aup-
. Mm with fuel and timber for many yea .me.
if   -ituated adjaceni to the     ��� Pitt Lake which is a distance of about twenty-eight mib-.s
f Citj of N>w  Weatmnlster, and affords na>  -.Mon    all    the year round for steam boats and river boai
and       -��� - nn.. bas an Ideal harbor where the - M plant will be erected to operate on the ground.   On this pro-
there Is -i large     posil ol ���       ol a cement nature which Is very accessible, the bench of clay being over
!���      eel high   i   ive the level of th<  water, which affords easy access to excavation.   The clay bank mentioned
is   and 3000 feel long    .   E om 300 to S00 feet wide .and affords a   natural  incline   for  transportation
the bunk   ���   the   Mint which will be a dl   an ������ oi aboul only 400 feet from the lake shore.   The clay has
31   I  by the Berg Machine:-    Manufacturing  Company, of Toronto, which was reported on in
t hen o Iowa by H. P. Naylor.
.*. Cement Cm;,,my,  Limited,  New  Westminster,  B.C.
Gentlemen,    I    hereby    beg    leave to reporl  to you that 1 have on the tth day of October, lDuS, examin-d
.   ,���;,. erty abov,      enl om I in your prospectus on Pitt Lak,   and have found the  material on the  property   to
..    ime as i    I senl to in- for testing by Mr. IS. J. Fader, ol  New Westminster, which has given the following
...   -   thai  i- Some few months ago   amplea were sent to our Toronto plant by Mr, E. J. Fader for
3ting,    \\,   [ou      ��� claj contained properties of a very  unusual nature containing  aln
mineral neces or the mal ng of Portland cement.   We found bj  drying in a rotary kiln aud pulver-
i I      u wi could make      Mel.  from it  without  burning thai  was  superior in  our opinion  to any
.,,.,, acttu-ed in ect in appi       ice, extremely rigid and of great    fire resistance,    and
e furn    ,  | ihe  PI     La ���   Brick and C ment Company and    Btamped    'Berg,"
npan     namelj thi   Berg   Machinery Manufacturing Company, Limited, has guar-
P   .   i... .    |.:  ..    ,., ,   ...       com    i        ���   manufacture of i^^t? brick at a cost on thi   ground not
md aa per i xhi I       i u       li      '       tested In  the School of Practical Sclenci  ol T rom
ch, '"'il�� 11. P. NAYLOR,
p.,   i.i ���.,, Bi  .   Machinery Manufacturing Company.
���ph.   f0  ,,,,,,      . . O'SulHvan o thi   B re test: Vancouver, B C, June 29th, 1908,
,;   I,  i* idi r, I-  u .  X- ��   Westni B   11,
i���.r gir    |                                             eni    lib i  brick submitted by you  toi   tire '��� st  was subjected  to
I,,.,, j,, ,,;.  win(j                e., to a tempi  .,   in   rangini     etween t300   md   1400 degrei   centigrade  or 2372
,25                 ���         iheli foi  1-K a" ii- withoui  disintegration.   The onl;  effect ol this great beat was to cau ���
rack Ii nalnlj to th<  ��� i ��l Bteani [rom the water o|  combination oi  tm   plastic  ma
te i.,1 ,,i lhe brick    In my opinion a    nllding constructed of this brick would   withstand   the  deal   tctivi   action
of flre, and can I here I r,    ���  used with perfect Yours faithfully, J. O 'SULLIV.-YN, F. C. S.
,;, readllj bi seen \-'in tin ���,"-.��� reporl lhal the brick Intended to be manufactured bj ihe l'iu Lak-
Brick .*��� Cement Company, Ltd., can i>, placed on the market al such a price that no other pressed brick manufactured in Canada can compete with It,
I        th,   intention of thi   Conipigfcj   io  proc ed  with the election of the  planl  at  thi   ���       esl  opportunity
and place the hrlck upon thi   market oi  British Columbia nnd othet plapes where a market c t; be had.    Mr   i
J   Pnder haa agreed to sell to th< Companj  the   vboli   of Mt  Interesl In thi   said propertj as above mentioned foi
nn ,,f  |30,   payabli followa     I2OO0 la oash, and $28,000 In stock  In  the Company.     .put    fi  m
\p   j.  .i   Fad r Compai *"        in tsurj   Btock, whicb  h,   agri       to paj   within  tw*,
irs
This  proposltlou, wl        Hon, i    ������ mo       tperi  men to be one of the ;"'s!- brick  pi      si
tions    Mia.'    has been ,   ���    '        i     ;'' local cu lerlng th,   ; cl thai   the brick in (luestlon is a ��
iw, cannot bi    onad In the whole Dominion ol Canada   and baa all the quall-
u wlll not,   'om    "���        ive  i ipo '���'���' H,  P   Naylor, it has a crushing teat
. , | uch, which d ���     ii  an.',   -iii> i.i, le   can   equal,    Apart I   ��� i
ils, I finished ng.
���; b, .,-.���    i ��� un ' he i oa_ ol the manufaci ��� '
i ��� . , i
, on* it on and Seattle pn *
a thouaan i ' ������ ' o ent ih n two, and
,.,    er cent on < ' '   v- ��   M' bi d
outsW    publli    o tu ley have at th      ,.',-    -.  propositi >n ��hich  i ann it
  imbia     i  have aires '    fojaned   . .-���.,, con pi nl
Hi  of V". duster i.e ' ' ���' ' ipltalUts ,*norm*ti .-    ���,..,,       which
���hould bav.- remained ai    ��� |l|: ' I ned ., companj    d  Sew  We tmln ������
naked the present publli     i      ��� -  !"   ani i wanl y plainly understand thai lam noi doing so with   th.
jee; of ooaxlng you In ��� b, proposition I am merel ol ��� ��� to vou B8 a ^..p .,,;,,p i,,,,,., ;ilp. |nve ,. .
and i an giving yon L_hi '"���*' opportunlitj to inbacrlbi ind <t (He Bame time knowing thai the Btock win ie
i-e.adlly Biihacribed within thirtj days in ski Bast I therefore comaider ttotae who bare the money t��� invest
shoniii mu i,,se the opportunity ian * here .'.-not th�� Bllghtest doubt that thi? Company w|l] pay enormous divl-
deuds. wurk commenced on the ground Has) week and a -sing of men la mow clearing a sin- for the plan: and
opening large cuts Into thi cla; ���-" thai visitors Jlnay n.tr an opportunltj of t-isiting the property and seeing
for themselves at any titve.
The Company anticipates having thf pk.ni naming within sla montla from the above date, and you there-
tore should  not   miss  Mi,   opportunity of wiling in  yonr application  at  an ,.aily date.
Samples of the brie* and clay mav be >*e,.n ti my office al tie Northern Crown Hank, New Westminster,
and any further Information ihat ivsy subscriber wlsk-^s to know, I shall be pleased to give them such particulars at my office
Ladies or gentlemen are invited to aubacribe, (Signed.) k. .i. PAPER, Promoter,
PITT   LAKE  BRICK  AND CEMENT   COMPANY,   LIMITED.
To the Directors of the Pitt Lake Brick & Cement Company. Limited. New Westminster,  ts. o.
tleullenien. 1 hereby male application fur  snare:-, in the ubove named Company of One Hundred (1100.00) Dollars each, and retJUeal yon li. allot me thai number of shares; and I hereby agree to accept
lh.- tame or any  similar number ih-ai   iiin.v he allotted  to inc. and   pn>   tor  ibe  same as   follows:
Twenty per cen:. on the iM*-'--"**-' of this application;  and  20 per Cent  monthly  until paid,   And I authoiiz,
you to register me u the holder of the paid sharss, ^
Nam,. In  f���n
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THE DAILY NEWS  I DERELICT SCflTEB
SALMON ALONG SHORE
Published by  the Dally News Pun-;
ttshiug  Company,   Limited,   at   their
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   rrom
Streets, New  Westminster,  B.  C. j p,osptctor Finds  Alaskan  Coast  Dot-
*-K~H-H-H-��^-H-W^H^-H~H~I-H-H-���H^^J~^h^h.^w-i.^I-.h^* I 1 H-H-H-T-f tl"T-l"I..l.iii4!***Zi I
��.  A.   Paige Managing   Director
ted With Canned Fish From Coronation   Island  Down.
.   y" _.-.   .   .
<_3iqn;*'A*A' ���
^-*3sS_
THURSDAY,  NOV.  26.   1908.
THE NEXT SESSION.
Before the Christmas Joj bolls ring
oui "Peace on Earth, Goodwill to .Meu'
parliament of Cajyida in the ordinary coarse of events would be in session, but with the absolute necessity
of real for the Premier and the absence of the Postmaster-General in
England conferring with the British
ministry and hobnobbing with the
King and tbe minister of finance upon change rearranging tlie public
debt of tho Dominion the preparation
for the impending session will be delayed. We are sorry in this connection that the minister of justice has
had to seek further treatment at the
hands of European experts, Doubtless
ihis misfortune wil] be made the
subject nf another bitter attack upon
Hun. Mr. Aylesworth by the front
rank of the small opposition forces,
Instead of taking up the public issues
coming within the scope of parliamen-
tarj debate. We would suggest that
for tho good of the country and the
Strengthening of our institutions, thai :
the greatest publicity be given to the
fullesl enquiry of every financial question affecting the Dominion and the)
figures compiled in the most comprehensive manner possible so that the
true position may be seen, commencing "ith tbe Liberal regime in 1S96
and tilled In down to the close of the
present fiscal year. Then as tho
session progresses there will ome to
the surface that all-absorbing question
of labor. The bureau is to be raised
to tbe dignity of a department, which
in the hand.-- of Mr. King, will become
perhjaps the most interesting of all
the branches of government because
the now minister will vitalize it. Then
we may expect effective legislation
with respect to Insurance and notwithstanding thai this will be of very
���''.i' In eresi to Mr. Borden's first
l'i utenant, Mr Foster, we think he
t iii want as little said upon the sub
: os ii de and therefore We m iy
���������' i u lhe - - ol the si s>i in .bei
Easter,
Sil ka, Alaska, Noi. 25, \ pn pec-
Lor while coming home from K>".i Fish
bay* on th, southerly end of Baranoff
island, came ai ross the derelict barb
Star of Bengal, bottom nre Whll going In shor, iiid around the many
bays he found canned salmon ever -
where. In fact, it is strewed all the
way from Coronation island up to
Cape Edgecombe, a distance of nearly 300 miles. The Sitka special agent i
jof the Times has a sample can of
salmon that mad,-' the trip, it .being
presented to him by the Alaska pros
pector.
Great Stock Reducin
���i-H-t-H*
COMMENCING   THIS   MORNING
*^B_M^Ma_aai^rM*l*wftM'��ttt.
���MMfaaa m^mmammmWamWamW^amWamWamWamWamWmWmmm.
In the next twenty days we propose to reduce our stock of Men's and Eoys' Clothing to one-half its present
size, when thousands Of dollars' worth of clothing   will   he  sacrificed.    Will you take advantage of it?
Will You Share In This Great Profit-Splitting Sale?
The goods we are offering |n this great sale are not old and shopworn, but nice, clean and good fitting
clothes for men and boys. We have too many of them hence this great reduction sale. The prices we will quote
m these columns from time to time w || dictate immediate purchase and speedy sales.
rVUCN'S SUITS
SCHMITZ' BONDSMEN
CANNOT   8E   FOUND.
San   Francisco,  Nov. 2o.���The sher-
| iff's   office reported   today  as    bein_j
.-till unable to find William J. Dingee.
i who  with Thomas H. William-  gave
I joint   bond for $400,000 to secure thej
' release of ex-mayor Schinltz on ball.  I
Dingee fs wanted to show that bis
financial standing is still good. Judge
i Dunne  granted a  continuation of the
case until Monday.
Regular price $30.00, Sale pric
Regular price $25.00. Sale pric- .
Regular price $23.00. Sale price .
Regular pric- $22.00.    Sale
Regular price $20.00,    Sale price
Regular price $18.00, Sale [)rice
Regular price $15.00 Sale pric   .
Regular pric $14.00. Sale pri,
Regular pric- SI.;.no.    Sale price
Regular | rice $10.00. Sale price .
Regular price .?$ 9.00.   S,,:e pric
Regular price $ 8.00. Sale  price
Get the Habit
Today's Special
"National"   Mixture
CANDY
15'
Only
' per lb.
The Fair
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
\\ atch for to-morrows Spe,
"We buy for cash    and sell :  .
same."
Boys' Two  Piece Suits
In T" , ��� ds and Serges;
Regular price $5.00.    Sale price	
Regular price $4.50.    Sale pric,   	
Regular price |4.25,   Sale price	
Regular price $4.00,    Sale  price   	
Boys' Three Piece Suits
Sizes  .:_   -o _!_!.
Regular price $8.00.   Sale price	
Regular price $7.50.    Sale price   	
Regular price $6.50.     Sale pric-	
Regular price $6.00.    Sale  price   	
Regular price $5.00.    Sale price	
Regular price $'4.,.ii.    Sale pri, <*     	
. $22.00
.$19.50
.$17.00
$16.00
$14.50
.$13.50
.$10.50
$ 9.00
$ 8.50
$ 7.00
$ 6.50
.$ 5.50
$3.50
$2.95
.$2.75
$2.60
$3.50
$5.00
$4.00
$3.75
$3.50
$3-25
MEN'S  TROUSERS
Regular      ce  $6.00.    Sale  price
Regular price $5.00. Sale price .
Regular price $4,50. Sale price .
Regular price $3.50. Sale pric
Regular price $3.00. Sale price ,
Regular price $2.50.    Sale  prlc<
Regular price $2.00, Sale price
Regular price $1.65.   Sale price
Special   lm
per  pair.
if Men's Tw eed and Sei
'ants at  the low
$4.3j
$3.90
-
$2.00
��� $1.50
$1.20
1
Men's Showerproof Overcoats
In Grej s, Oxford.- and Black
Regular price $16.00,
Regular price $14.00.
Regular price $12.00
Regular pric- $1	
Regular price $ 7..u.
s '!,���  price
Sale  price
Sab- price
Sal,   price
Sali   pric,
$13.50
$10.75
$ 9.50
$ 8.25
I 5 75
Men's Toppers
I.iiMn colors,   -.'cry stylish.    Would   be cheap al  $15.00,    Sale
,iiil>           $11.50
Boys' Showerproof Overcoats
Ai  Half-Price:
Slzi - 26 to 33, only  $' "S  eaci
Acme Clothing Company, Lt
Corner BEGBIE and COLUMBIA STREETS, New Westminster
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We did noi -i '   i.    | Mil)      ��� ���    ,
in thing  In  favoi    ,   can ida  on  th
tlon   of   thi     ���    atmen
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ennsyivania
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ninion, if be wishes ���- JsV* ���*��������-������  ,   .___���~~.��.���___���, ,   ,, ��� ,,_..._,������ , ���_, 	
one of ii ��� in   leveloplnj  li FVj
f be i ft>J **��4N \Tn  Y\-ir\ �����
���      .  cut and dried notion that w< Mj IJ IN O  ITlOrG
..-iwai-e  of  our    responsibilities Q'J
tnd ���   ,' wean  behind frvl ,,_ .
timet}, he had be  er give his trans- flM _//li\       II      VOU
nation to sour- Intelligent neigabo _
wear
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ind send him along is hla proxy, Loi I  ^(j
Willi,-:,    acci: Jin-    ;,.,      his      !���,-],<,it.   .    ��fef
��� itement,   must   havi   met   sufficient Qj
iaiiglishtiien   ,'',.;.._.   w--II in  this   coun- Py
���   to   w.jriai.-   '-,.     declaim.on   tli il Kp5
'���   *-*;,.- a wi ilth of opportunity iu JsW
Canada tor men wl h brains and en* QQ
ev, n it the                    .,..,! lim- K^
mis. 'SW
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tailing   to   thi   JV|
i   much   time $vj
er-Genera!   !.��� m!i   -.   ��� i  fin I   Q^
:..-,. .    -. ���, mpa a ���    of '   -'
y     His   Majesty'
thi   atleu lance ol
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In a .- .ui nan   manni r whi n II  -h,'-''     ;;"f\
thi   Hot  e   il : >rd ���    Thi  Bish- ! NS��
ol   lhe Si ai 1-'    Chiamb  ���     egard biA
terference with the settle I I a      KiJ
sore feet
this kind
of Shoe
Made of fine
soft Vici Kid
leather, with
firm, heavy
mm les.
HonC!dlg  Prices $3.50 to $5.00 a pair
Men's $5
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BEST   QUAL1TV
"BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
P. O.  BOX   3 4.i
"Pl-one   105.
We can give \fo
you choice on Q\
a half dozen pK
ormore styles }Ka
of the very WJ
best grade Patent Leather Boots for ffl
$5.00 a pair. jt)J
These   are   made  oi    i   narrow,
medium and broad toe last, all styles V.
01 OFFICE: FBiffl STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. -   ��� NEW I
Leather <U 	
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EXAMINE THE
Special lings in Xmas Ca
NOW ON VIEW IN THE REAR
OF OUR STORE.
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Book and
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Waterproof
Boots
Invictus
"Dry
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and
Warwick
"Wet-
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Prices $5.00 to ;*_7.50 a pair
FELT       p|
SUPPERS ���
For Jfi
Men, Q
Women tffrt '
md Children W :
We have the gfi
irgesl    as-jas
ortment   of tM
A'll  Slippers fQ
ever  put  jn pj
stock.  Prices fp
from 38c tn $1,50 fe
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HEATING STOVES
m ..,,11 we ii a in ati r foi   o    01 hai i t oal or ������ ��od tve h&re ,t"'"1-
Oxford Ploram e, Oxford Oak.       :. Isome In   n . ea    i    ���  md all ���'
..'������i-..- nlekle trimmings.   .',: o I ir [e ran i ol all    ;hl beati rs
I*)  not   forgei   lo  eali   In  and  Inapecl   our Oxford  and   >��� <'
Ranges, the ranges thai give real genuine satlafactlon.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd. j
r.)i*-izi'immiummuimuMtaar*K*maai>'iit.-'
WXEBBWXm
timi   exprei    v hich left  Mont ton lust , *hrt
morning   t^J
nighl    ��� aa    badly    ��� i   iked    ,i    5:30
..   ioi     at Ci dar   hall    th
north ��!' Camp ellton.   N'o
\C0
'I'll,,  train  was  "'���'tig   il  I ; MSS
.. i ,, ii, it the act i lenl oci : ' ������ I. The Mj|
... car lefl the rails   and    was Pfl
,.��� on it. Me.   Tl,,- colonist oar, W    i>ign of lhe Big El
e     claw   pasnenger  ear,  diner  and SM
ilouse, Ltd.
ectric Boot.
New Westminster, B. C.
|;      "   el., IlIlKSellKlT     Car,     UlIll'T     ""'    jjJJJ>
two   leeplng oars Blled with Bleeping Jf]
,  lengers all lefl the rails, bul were ��� C5?i
noi overturned. l*i.*7.
'SCS^SQ.
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN B  C
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The Look Will He Olai
our high f;''-1'1
to see somo o
coal carried   Into   j
DIdn'l  know thi re <f 'i'e s>':l '
al-
of
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Idtch'm
W.I-.   there '���*'*'
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l:i   coal
mosi  as   nun.
Bggs or i'l|M
:va the kind thai ' .
th irfectli ii  of  "'
rJJffereni
',., Idedly
flre thai  our
than the ordinar   an
better.
GILLEY
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BARGAINS and
BIGGER PRICE
REDUCTIONS
THAN EVER!
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west.   Il ���     .,
it���'.n evei
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��� Important Millinery Announcement.,
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Th.
th<   Domin-
Lgasalz, call-
���   Mixture   ":
|     ������   pre ������������'���;' a- aga
125  oi :,n     ,\n    excelleni
music:. . n   ensued at  thi   close
of tin- ' i        ,,    |S  on Sunda;  a
the am ii     ,] urch  service will    hal.
Reformed Eplscopi
rniireh
Mm
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.- and  bulb     i   i     kinds.
The  Cai -    xican   Um
over the S'a lfc expec ed t< come up rivei
;-..   en route
m ���  Vic*
. .    ,.   ��� ..    Weston   will     be
hold
ilng
lit*-
to lak- .. i .-. ;o ol lumbei an,
shoolcs :. . he Brunei ti milli
\le\ieo
For    sale -Seven    roomed    hou
bath   roon     pantries,   closets,   v-,���_,|i
shed;     h,,:*se   stall,  carriage   house.
fruit trees;  on  full  lot..    For further
particulars applj to owner. 192 Blghtto
street. ��� ���
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We invite you to call and Inspect
our well selected stock of Home | |
Furnishings. Everything new and
up-to-date. Prices marked in plain
figures. A pleasure to show goods
        LEE'S       ���
Mammoth  Furniture  Emporium
LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET.   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Opposite  Lome Street.      Phone 73.
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Dyeing
pairing.
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Kyle's      Fronl
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in   the Sal. ition   Arm)   barrack
-a ac .   Captain     Hoi wood,
gether ��Ith Cap    Pearson and ;, !��� w
soldier; I om Vanoouver, this evening
In
-UOliea
��� en of the
i   Uberta   left the cil          ��� ' '"'   ��� ���     '���'-���'���'���' '** "'���   ol     Delta
for Edm n                               ' w!'�� ;':'     - ������     >d<      '��� ���''������ ;    in the
Ju  i ��� ��� ..al    Victoris    _oi     some
e to -���                        - ���    , .   .    ���     ..'...  lm-
Davl< -            ... bablj   be   able
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PRIME RIBS BEEF
Mutton    Veal     Pork
Best Farmers
SAUSAGES
Bologna and Head C heese
Pacific Meat Market
Phone 192
HcMENEMY t\ ANDERSON
Columbia St.
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Christmas,
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GOOD
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K go
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- ��� I   of our  mil  -i- ��� .   '..,��� i ���-
:. .-��� ailing        ���    ho **,   .
��� :   ���    ire    In ::, ; we I       tha
tr pun
i  Ing
in ordei e this si
must be aco       Ial.   ���    efo 1st of Decei    i
���        ��� i'oi
...   ��� No        ���    ������
on en : *
i'   W      \ ivauche,    ->i      Art. Vndi . - poo  I >urnament ai
Cranbro       wa                           sterday' thi   Col< o -,..-    " '-ll
-.    a f, i\ hours                   i         ��� ommi i Monda Valu*
Vvauch   wa    ..-_..
Option con vei
held In Van     ivi ti rda,
���
i Daniel Ford  ���
��� ��� , . -.   . ic,   be-
The  di.u ci   E iwo             igues   ol '                     hedral at 8
Vancouv, r and New V                    vil "           will officiate *
.,: ;.., ii  ral                    nin     ���'������ !i'           '    s wi!l ������    subsequenUy  $
26. a                ck   in    th<   ��������� ' '"���       '������   Cath(   ' cemetery.         *>
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| Second  hand   HEATERS  at a!
| Snap. I
: Hardman, James &  McClughan \
ud Ires     ,:i (tied    "Starching
Cli i ,   cigars of   exclusive
, made  by   the
Cor. Front and Sixth Sts.
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BIG BLANKET SALE
Union Blankets in lirey
li. C   Cl orj
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All   members ister ���
.j      V qui,    v   . .  pi,,,. in     ���   ....   ,- . , atten i
_���'..:>:        list I
jf# William Bo i Murchie's -. l
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One of Our Mottos:
Prompt Delivery
yw��
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12.7
S3.50
$3.95
si:
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Price Cuts in While Wool Blankets
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llrei ���' ���   F
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T. H. Srsiith's
Monster   TRADE  .SALE
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Vl     ���   Holi       ,       ���. ��� i*i an I,   i'i   ,. y.      Thi   part;
* A)., was in the city yi
��� ,i       ir a lecture I      ������ given
Q in      t St. Andrew's cl
O  tmilei  the :       , * lub.
'fi Th,. suh.i .    . -   will   be
Breaking lh,   Bands  or the Struggle
i   wards."    Mush   nnd    vocal    -ele.
lions will be supplied n> members ni
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the club, Boruo ol the numbers beini; a
piano boIo    ������  w    !-' j' !', quartette by
��� ",: ' Unltj     to   I1'" '���' I   i
��� u-odnced    from    the    S
|, .   ou of thi provln    i
-    :. aoi b in ��� i iK, n advs i
i,ul,l  i ���   Mi,   case, and II   the
lo noi make more use ol this.
i hana   thej will lose the besl oppor-
, tunity  of   i��,ss. -;-iu_;   cheap  pii
r'
,
Public Supply Stores GEOprA0^A(^s
Photis   92.
' '"'k&-
A'e specialize this pari ���
.. - ness and ���     ���
Isfaction to o
Canned   Goods
Wi   have just
Frnii and Vegeta I
tl    - -    ���     :
othi ,
ooiumoia   atreet.
New    West minster,   B.   C.
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iif ih- ililiiiivei-s.
Malcolm and NV   Laird, Francis Vart!
and Stuari  Murraj    ong t>>  NV  Fryer      \ ,���,.,,,,! ��;ls made on thi  progress
and ;i solo b>  Malcolm Laird ,,f the Sons of England banquet    on
Dei emb ������ 11  at  the  Russel  hotel, to
0*C40*0*C*��0*>CO*C*C*K.*C*��-0*t>0   0*Ce040*C*��C*K_C*0*C*��0*r#*.'.����0
I'll,- annua     a
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DECEMBER   7th,   1903
��� in    VVi   ' linn ��� '
Couni ll    of    Royal
th,   Ri
if Columbia lodge lasi ev.
I'XDER   P.VTBONAOl    OF
TRUSTEES,
seii' ml
nli la u"1  known yet how manj
will  attend  the    function,    bui    the
numl      will certainly  be large     in
Bhown    v  other meeting of the lodge win    be
���.' i,niiai*  ol   Temp, ranci    waa   hei I
11 -  evening, nnil  the gn ��th    i   the
ii   facl   .'im In
of oilier attrac
pCDNESDAY, Dec. 2
henry B.Harri-s
|HE LION   AND
THE MOUSE
author of     The
Ihe Royal City High School
Pn
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Schubert Symphony Club
and Lady Quartette
,-.  Plaj     I
1,1 111 V.
Mi
ol the numben
���
writ! n
or ;..'  inged  -  pir;''"'
for
Mi,    .**-. ll '.
beri -
i il, n w bi tge   el
N: **2*00. $1.50  $1.00, 7
So and BO
VOU Cannoi Word to Miss
ihis (iriMt Musical Treat
.:;i   .    i���, ,;.. THOMAS VALEN
;  -,i;   pURCELL,   celebrate I    ���
i ,n violinist, and that oharmlng mon
loglat ANNA PBARL WEATHERING
TON
12 - bhded Safety
Razor   -
t
One  NlKht  Only
���AT THE
9^SLEY'S
picture-     Westminster Opera Houv
P^CARDSl^z
Gdlette Safety
Razor   -   $5.00
SEE OUR SHOW
WINDOW
,    ��� fore the  banquel  takeB placi
i    : mre on i 'allfornla ��ill be g^ ��� n
::   thi       ��� -   -   h Mi ai Columbian c ���
I--...   .    Prim l] nl Sipprell, Fridaj evi
ul thin week.   The ms ���' I tl  fo   ���
��� -., -.  u .   red  mo itlj   dui    q
���i      niiu-.,. y the I'lin    g
���ii  in the Bouth,  it i lime, i ���    -^
from ii      ...-,, Illne ���-.   ���   >
mi-, r ol   ���     lld     ������-     ���
!>,  ,1 . i ;n ilium rating thi   iddresa,
Vi tin  resldenci  ol Vii    J   R  G
ifternoon there will ;-    i mi ���
ng ,ii   .' , 'clock, I'M   women
otei     i'i onneel lou *���*��� 1th the mu
pal election bn Ier tli,- auspli es ol
\v.  c   T, r     'l lie  invitation     Ivav
been   �� iloly  clrculati d,  and   >
ing i; ��� xpected.   Mrs   Bpotford,
of victoria, the'provincial
Sil.OU dent, will probably give an    iddri
It la understood that   a   temperance I
ticket will .1 e considered) nml ll    ill
factory, ibe list approved
WRITE
If You
Cannot
CaSi
o
MY   MAIL   INSURANCE  is   INCREASING    RAPIDLY,   AS   MY
CLIENTS THROUGHOUT  THE   DISTRICT   FIND   THAT   INSL��
'  DE  CAN   BE PLACED  WITHOUT  TROUBLE  BY   MAIL
ALL    CORRESPONDENCE   RECEIVES  PROMPT AND SATIS
FACTORY   ATTENTION.   WHETHER   IT IS  AN   ENQUIRY   FOR
RATES OR  AN  ORDER  TO   PLACE      INSURANCE.        IF     YOU
CANNOT  CALL.   WRITE   WHAT     YOU     WANT,    AND   I    WILL
GUARANTEE    SATISFACTION.
MY   RATES ARE THE  LOWEST.   AND   THE   OFFICES I   RE-
' i I BENT   ARE   Aiy.   OF   RELIABLE   CANADIAN   COMPANIES.
ARE   .
edals, university and dopwri
. -tin,-:...- ���  wil  presented
the   ���'"���������i
'���Mop,
���"''   ON  BALE  AT
I to students succewful
I examination!.   ���
in
Is,
EY'S
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S.1AT
lONERV   STORt: |
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AR    DIVAN,    F
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an'.I
Col
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-  .N ���
THE      D A  I  L
N   I   W   b
uniblj Street.
ir
You've  .'OMNI) AuytD'ng.
The Women's'Auxiliary of We trnln
ster li;'", the new theological colloge
of British ColutftDia, are holding ���<
Thanksgiving reception in th liege
ALFRED
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG  BLOCK.
on Siiiinliiv. Nov. 28, t',,in i to ii and O+O-ftD+O-tO+O+OO-tO+O+O-tO+O+O  O���^'"��^a>M!<_���D^^���00'^0���^**>O���C��>O���0
from 8 io in. A cordial invitation i-
exl nded to all. The lurnlahlng of
Mi,, building baa I oen dun,' by the
women of ihe presbytery of We.-1 min
-ter and will compare favorably with
thnt nt' nny college In the Dominion,
The auxiliary expects soon to b�� call
ad upon to furtii.ii more dormitories,
the I'nrolnn'iit having Ino   ised large-
PECTACLES ��
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MET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DON 10  UP  AT Till.;
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie Street.
Telephone 54, P. O. Box 665
Weng  Yuen Co.
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THE BaILY NEWS.
THURSDAY,   NOV. ^  J
Tttvo .Hundred Persons Perish
When Liner Burns at Sea
Valetba, Island of .Main'. Nov, 25.���
Nearly iwo hundred persons, passengers and crew oi the Ellerman line
steamer Sardina, are believed to have
perished today when the Bteamei svaa
di stroyed by flre jusl after she bad
sailed for Alexandria, Egypt,
The Sardinia was scarcely a mile off
Grand liar or wheu the first sign oi
(Ire appeared, but with a strong wind
to i-.in the il.anes the whole ship soon
was ablaze and the passengers and
crew bad scarcely a chance for their
lives.
There was a wild panic on board as
ever made it Impossible for them to
approach the Sardinia, and they could
do little in the way of aid.
The Sardinia, left Liverpool November 14 with a cargo of general merchandise for Mediterranean ports, Her
crew numbered 44 and _!(. first-claas
and six second-class passengers embarked at Liverpool, .Mosi of hor
oilier passengers undou itedly were
Levantines, .Maltese and Egyptians,
Many of these people cross on Mi"
steamers of this line from .Malta to
Alexandria, lt Is their custom to pitch
their tents on deck for shelter during
the tour days' trip.    The decks  were
th,- rapidly spreading flames drove crowded, ,and this condition undoubt-
tlie passengers to the rails, and many edly made the orderly clearing of the
nni waiting for the boats to be low- ship difficult. Many women and chil-
ered, plunged into the sea. Scores are dren were aboard,
believed to have been drowned. Others | Following the flre an explosion blew
trapped by the fire were literally j off the hatches, The crew fought
roasted to death. ! bravely,  lull   the   high  wind   rendered
There were manj craft in the har-,their efforts futile, Tugs sent to the
bur ;it the Mine of the disaster, and a Scene are cruising around in the hop,'
number of tugs .anil other swift Bmall of finding survivors.
vessels rushed to Lhe assistance of the j Mp to 11 o'clock this afternoon fifty
Imperilled liner. The high sea and .bodies had been brought ashore from
gale which prevailed at the time how-Mb,. Sardinia..
TME
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Royal Cafe
i Late Lee's.)
Entirely   New   Management
Proprietress,     MRS.     ARCHER
QUICK   SERVICE
EXCELLENT CUISINE
Oysters on the half shell.
(lame and fowl in  season.
Meal Hours:
li:- akfast ii to  n  a. m.
Lunch    11 ...0  to 2  p. ni.
Dinner ..  .. 5:30 to 7::i0 p. m.
Light   Refreshments   and   Short
Orders at all  hours.
OPEN   ALL   NIGHT.
Phone 375.
Dominion    Trust    Block.      Entrance Columbia and  Sixth sts.
TENDERS
Tenders are invited for the grading
of gas holder site, per cubic yard.
For details inquire of Mr, Rennie,
secretary, care Vanstone Heating &
Flumbing Co.
ROYAL CITY  GAS CO.
City Elections
Notice is hereby given to the elec
tors of the City of New Westminster
that 1 require the presence of the said
electors at the City Hall on MON-
MAY. the 7Hi day of December,
1908, at ll o'clock a.m., for the purpose of electing a May,,,, and three
School Trustees for the year N09,
and at 1- o'clock noon of tho same
day, for the purpose of elect.ng seven
persons as Aldermen lor the staid year
of  MI09.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Column-a Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TA.BLE
Following
Wail Service
are tho hours of i*^,,,.,
an* arrival of maiis at the NnrTL
minster post office
each
' lour given
r**:" being the hou,   ,, clo.
which la half an hour,       . t J'
[tore the actual di   patch     v,    ' ���
VANCOUVER   VICTORIA   SEATTLE unless other*   ,
ROUTE. jed and  received  ;! .
princess Royal    leaves    Vancouver The only mail-  dispatch,
t].lU>  except  Tuesday al  9  p.m.
Steamer Charmer at 1 p.m. daily.
- SunJ
SMUGGLER ARRESTED IS
IDENTIFIER AS HID HAND
FREAK   INCIDENTS  OF
SOUTHERN  TORNADO
Notorious  Opium   Passer  Captured   by
New Officer���Had Fifteen Pounds
of "Dope" Concealed at Time.
Bellingham, N'ov, MM- Larry Kelly,
one of the mosi notorious smugglers'
oi tbe Pugei Sound country, was ar-J
rested at Custer this morning by j
United States Immigration Inspector
M, C. Farris, The old man wis preparing his breakfast by a camp Dire
ileal* the railroad track -md the officer
was attracted to the place by the
��� moko. Whili In- did nol know Kelly,1
being a now officer, he arrested the
man <'-n supicion and an investigation I
i-ought to Ughl fifteen pounds ofl
opium. When Kelly was taken to
Custer In- was met by United Sun. --
Customs Inspect:,: J, R. Vail, of 1.yn-
,1.-n. who at once recognized the man.
Kelly had given his name as Wrard
when arrested, bui when recognized
admitted his Identity. He was taken
io Blaine for a hearing before the
United States commissioner there, and
if held for trial, will be sent to Seattle. The impression had gained ground
ii, r thai Many Kelly was dead, but
:his is no- the case, the report having
gotten o ��� j raa .on of the death oi
������pig ! on" Kelly, who ; a--,'d away
some w ek    ago.
Little   Rock,   Ark.,   Nov.    25.���The
Iknown dead number lti, while uncon-
- firmed   '..ports  declare that six other
, persons losi  iheir lives as a result of
the  storm   wiiich  swept   parts  of  this
state  on    .Monday.     Verified    reports
��� place the number of Injured    at    23,
three probably fatally,
i     Several   freak  acts   of   the   tornado.
were  reported  near   Hot  Springs  and
BerryvHle.    Schoolhouses  were  lifted
off theii- foundations and  moved,   but ;
the pupils .md teachers inside escaped.!
P. 0. Box 474.       Tel. 53.
Estimates   Submitted.
..Westminster..
Iron  Works
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor.
Manufacturers of
Vrought   Iron   Gates,   F-encet,   Crest-
ings, Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITH.NG
ceived Sundaj  arc ��� .,
"dC'P   "���'���"   '"       i   *inc_3
""'    way   maiis.   Sapperton,   p
Mills and CoipiiMam.
Mai,s Despatchec.
6:00 a. ni. (closed a
the  previous  night)
Q. N. R. "Owl."
7:30  a.m.- -Van,-,im,
WESTMINSTER-VICTORIA   ROUTE  Tuesday) Victoria
g.S, Trader will leave Victoria for ; railway.
Xew WestmUistetr every Tuesday, Sumas and Si al ������ ling all
Leaves New Westminster on Wed-  S. points east  and
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE.
Steamer Princess Victoria leaves 10
a.m. da.iiy except   Monday
and Seattle.
Channel
1 p.m,
Victoria
leaves d.iil.     for     Victoria
' '4
o   4
mver
excj
C   Elect!
nesday
Office and Works:
Tenth Street,   ���   New WRStmliKster
CHOICE
AT THF.
i lie  mode ot  nomination  shall    be
as   follows.    Kach  candidate  shall   be
nominated    In    writing;    the    writing
��� j shall,be subscribed by two persons as
Res.  429   proposer and  seconder,  who shall    be
| duly qualified electors and residents 'u
the City;  and such nomination paper
I shall contain  a statement  signed by
! the  person nominated  that  he    consents to such nomination.
The nomination papers shall be de*
' livered lo the Returning Officer at any
Ume between the date of this notice
and Mn the case of Mayor aird School
Trustees) 12 noon oi the 7th day of
December, l{.08, or (in the case of
Aldermen) l o'clock p.m. of the same
day.
ln the even! of a poll being necessary, sueh poll will be opened on thi
14th day of December, 1908, al '���'
o'clock a.m., and will r< main open
until   .",  p.m.  of  the sain,    day  at    the
 i j following places:   The council Cham-
��� i ber, City Hall; the Fire Hall, Sapper*
IVl E /\ I S   [ton; and the Waterworks Storehouse,
at    the    corner   of    Auckland    an 1 [and
Eleventh Streets; of which every pei
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
88   Teet
heav- Victoria 11 p.m. 1st, 10th
and 20th of each month for Clayoquot,
Mosquito Harbor and way ports; 10th
of each month for Quatsino and way
ports; 20th of each month for Ahcuset,
Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports.
VANCOUVEK-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
8. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver l M',0 P-m- daily,
except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at
7 a. m.
SKAGWAY   ROUTE.
Princess May leaves Vancouver December 1.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.  Amur.
Leaven Vancouver 2nd and  10th of
eve y month.
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N'ew Westminster Monday
Wednesday and  Friday at  8 a.m.
From Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
hi day at 7 a m.
and poll
be'.we.-n New  Westmin ter and iMl
Ingdon, B.C., via C  P  i.    0uth;
C. P. R. east, Sappi
.Mills.
8:30 a.m.    Ulainc and
i'ra
. aesl
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Typhoid  in  Ontario.
Ottawa,   Nov. 25.���So   serious    lias!
Lhe outbreak of typhoid fever at Pern-
Central Meat Market
broke  ',-, e,i,i    that   Mayor Fraser has
telegraphed  for Dr.  Hodgettn,  secretary of ill.   Ontario board of health.
Both hospitals are filed with   patien*   i
th ie  i eing  over  two hundred.
'Corner E'ighth St. and    Fifth Avenue
PHONE  370.
BOWELL & ODDY, Proprietor*.
son   is   required   to   lake   notice    and
yny rn  himself ac oidingly,
Given undei my hand at tile City
Hail, Mew Westminster, the 24th Daj
of November, 1908,
W,  \. DUNCAN,
Returning Officer.
and    .niormatlon
For   reservations
all or address
ED. GOTJLBT,
Agent,  N'ew  Westminster.
C. R   POSTER,
Asst. Gen. Paas   Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP.
General  Superintendent,  victoria.
103 J. Eugene Brown & Co.M *
S
CANADIANS PROTEST WHEN
BUFFALO ESCAPE  POUN*.
Mini,:,e-.   Man..   Nov.   25. The   Ca
iiadian   governmenl   has    decided    10|
make a  protesi  to the authoi il :���     ol
Montana againsi th,  a. Ion of certain
persons at Miss iila, .Mont., who are op-
I  to allowing  thi    iuffa>io In  the
Pablo pound to be shipped to Canada.
Howa: d   Dougl is,    Canada's   commls*
a   .  , alms  thai  - ime mie op, :i.,i
ear en   ol the corral and aliowi-d
ifl     ���       ��� Hm ��� ' :,.-.  Canada td
e, after I .,    ound
them up.    Then   Is  much resentment
...    I     : .'iiin^t
removed
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Invite you to inspect
the   most   up-to-date
N
ovelties
Goods in
of   X
gentl
mas
emen s
wear.
Our Motto :
House ol- Quality an<
a square deal.
CO
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The Malleable
Sole Agents
mum & co.
Pi
A  Hardman.     A.James
STOVES,      TINWARE,
AND   HEATING
J. McCli _
PI  MVUIINCllT
S3 J. Eugene Brown & Co.
Fronl Street    Trusl Blocl-
C.   Hamber
ACCOUNTANT  AND   AUDITOR
OUR {WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE KKiHT
Rates on work of any .description or quantity quoted
on application.
Jackson & Morrison
Daily News  Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
j eluding all r. s. pointi ,,  i and son
| also all points between N, i
ster and  Blaine, via G  N   r
Note.���Clovi ide.
ver Valley, Surrey Cenl i   -
; via and Kensington   Prairii     n
: mere, Port Kells, Hall's Pra
| Nicomekl d< sp.,'      .   .     excepi
day;     Clayton,     Monda
Thursday   and    Saturdaj
and Hon Accord, v.
urday.    These mall
same days as despatched,
11:00 a.m.���Vani,,;,, ���   ,,-
Central Park,  via 11   ���
way.
'    12:30  p.m.���Straw i
berland   and   South " ���
' courier   (Tuesday  an i  I
l m;h p.m ���Easl B in .
'     IM1"!  p.m. ��� Burn
2:00 p m��� Ladnei    p   ���
Wi sMiam   1 land  and S I
excepi Sunday; Woe I
Thursday   and   Saturd
Favourite, Capt. J. C. Bi I
ton mail despatched an I r,
Vancouver.)
_.'-. 'Ml    ],.m.���Vain
Siding, via O. N. It  n
4:00    Van,-ouver   in :  B l
via B. C. Electric rallv
an  extra  mail  is deep
torla via Van," ivei
Blaine and .*--���
S. points east
"Flyer."
2:30 p.m���C. P ;
Fraser Mills and Co      a
Note.- The two
mails, south and  i
ali  pointa    from    Ni
east   t including   Lang
via Port Haney.)   Tl
H.   despatch   omits
points easl  of Co
Meadows, Poi I Ham    ���'������
Webster's     Corners
Agassiz  and  Han
Mails for Port Mood)
both via Vancouvei
Mads   Received.
6: la a.m -   Blalm
g all  U. S, ." a
i    I
4*   eluding
f   ���Owl."
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Notary   Public
Poem    10.   Br nt
New   Wi"-tr.Mnster
Conveyancer
Block
P. O. Box  705
The Edison Theatre
Corner  Columbia  and   Eighth,
Hisli Cla.*.. Moving Pictures, illustrated Songs, Program changed Mo:.-
da.v, Wednesdaj and Friday.
9:UU to 10:00 n.m     *
Tlmberland   and  South   SV<
by courier (Tuesda
8:20 a.m.���Vani io
via B. C. Electric ra
9:30 a.m.   Vanci uv*
10:00  to  il :00 .i in    ���
Quicbon, Westham Islan
day.   Thursday   and Sa
ward,  via steamer K
ton despatchi d and
('Oliver. I,
12: '���"   to    l    p.m.   '
ii rton, Fra ���
I lam.
1     I'M    p   III.
an i Fraser
eluding all i
Van,-  .
\i in.
I
Burq il
and  i
S. poll
between Blain
via  M.  X.  ll
��� and N'i '
, g, e    1
,\ .
da
ys   on
u hich  thc ���
pai, li,,l and re< elved i
4:45  p.m    Vanco
������Flyer."
6,00   Vancouver via '
railway,
I  p.m.   Victoria i
7:00 p.m    Sumas
md Seat
eluding all r. 8. poln
and l"
I tween Huntingdon fl
ster, via C,  P   I*   ��ou,h
Mill-
l  nu p.m.
ml Se** v.
P. ii
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THE ROYAL  ENGLISH GUARD. SCENE  KROM  "LITTLE  JOHNNY  JONE8."
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"The   Pioneer   Limited"  St.  f'-
Chicago,  "Short   Line    CtoJ
Chicago,   "South    We*��    L
Kansas City to ChicagO(
No   train*   in   ^*^���
'railroad  in   th��   world   ������'
equipment that of the CWcji
waukee * St.  Pat.   *f""\M
nd operate their own
>l on sill th��"- ":    ,
trom  ����� '"*"
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Important Item
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sample  .
tfre h :���:
Our Coff,,.
is  a  grea
patrons.
""Hid
Phone
ADAMS & DEANS
97 GROCERS Columbia St.
fines'cocoa in the world U made there.
COWAN'S
PE.RFE.CTION
COCOA
!��� the purest and the best and is fast becoming the beverage
for old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
ABANIIitl) IT. I'liGSLtY
Minister  Cl   PubIM   W<   - , Announces
His  Intention of Gottmg  an
Supplies by Tender
HING OF PORTUGAL
Mob of Armed Republicans
Attempt to Murder Youthful Monarch.
FRY'S Chocolates!
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i.i hon, Nov, 25.���King Manuel ha 1
a narrow escape from death today at
Mie hands ol' & mob of armed Republicans   and   was   saved   only   by     tho
of his ca\ -
LOT 7, Block 36
AT ALL PRICES
the corner of Royal avenue
did warehouse or factory site:
run past this property.
and Eleventh street. Splen-
B. C. Electric and C. P. R.
Pric- $3000.    H-ar-onable
St. Join,,  \. i;,   xo\    _      H- a.  W.
I      ley  announi,-. .      pal on ige
Il8ts  ���'.:.;  be  abolish, d in  his
mom.   Tenders will be called foi  3up*
piles  whenever possible
After consideration he has decided
t-> abolish all patronage lists in tlie i quick and vigorous action
department throughout Canada, and .,iry guard,
has given directions to his deputy! The king wias arrayed in the uniform
minister to have the tenders called 0f H Held marshal arm was riding in
for in all supplies by public iadvert.se- an open carriage, participating iu ihe
ment where possible. Royalist demonstration.
The action is taken, not because it without warning the procession wi-
has come to his knowledge thatiattacked ,by the Republicans who had
there h . been anything wrong with concealed themselves at a point ofthe purchases in the department, but   vantage,   it was their
���
HIS IS A SACRIFICE.
Ix.cause  public  advertisement    would
insure a wider competition ,and pro -
ably   result   in  more   favoralde  price
The change goes int,, effect   it  one,.
No trouble to show
RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
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Goods at j | Dominion Trust Co.
PLAN   IMMIGRATION
CAMPAIGN
���RANCH.
T. R  PEARSON, Mgr.
New Westminster,  B. C.
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Hungarian Jewel     . $6..S0   "      "
Terminal $5.50   "      "
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FLOUR ANI) FEED MERCHANTS
REET, New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
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B. C. Mills, Timber and
| Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deaitrt in All Kind, ot
lUmber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
! FARMERS ATTENTION!
! Umber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
	
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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Ottawa, Nov, 25.���J. E. Cyi ex.-M.
P. for Provencher, has been appointed
government immigration agent In
Franc. The department M it.- i -.- **
' tematic campaign In both (Trance and
Belgium and will emploj moving pictures to advertise Canada.
mderwear
AT
Wardrobe
J-4-pr Clothier
All the leading lines of
Underwear will be found,
including Stanfield's Elastic Ribbed, Tiger Brand
Elastic Ribbed, Tiger Brand
Fleece Lined, Turnbull's
Natural Wool,  Viking
Golden   Fleece, Wolsey's
Natural Wool, and Dr.
Deimel's Linen Mesh.
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New Zealand klections
Wellington, X. '/... Nov. 2
second ballots In the Net.
elections give the government
-. its, Opposition 9, and Independ int -
2. with one undecided. The parties
now stand: Government 15 Opposl-
1 tion 25, Independent 5. The Opposition gained 9 and Independents 1.
vident purpose
to kill the king, bu' nr the order of
his royal highness the cavalry c-iarged
the  mob.
The   driver  ot   the   royal    carriage
lashed Mie horses, a -quel of cavalry
surrounding th"  vehicle and it    was
driven swiftly to I ie palace,    Tin- cav-
alrj  followed the carriage to the pal-
ace  and   Mien  returned and  attacked
the mob again.   The Republican.- were
so strong that, they were aid- tc hold
their own until the infantry was calh-d
out.
The foot soldiers charged Mie. crowd
! with fixed bayonets, wounding   many
'who s;,,od in the  way.    After a hard
|fighl  the mob was dispersed.      Many
arrests were made and the city is in a
���Tne I state <-!' great unrest this evening.
Zealand;
11 i
It is believed that Republicans here
full\   planned the attack to break up
ithe Royalist celebration and assassinate the king.    Many shots were fired
\ during the rioting and in the tirst at-
tac kit is said that several bullets pass-
i,. 1 close to the uiouarch's hi i I
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I Wanted -:- lost -:- found I
1 for Sale ���:��� lo Rent -:- Etc. i
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LOST���On 22nd, a gold .bracelet.
��� ither in the opera b use or between
Mime and cur .- n Fin Ier ] lease
leave at this office.
THE STAGE
,'ANTBD.���To      ., i chasi  -   S cond-
haiul  Incubator uul   Brooder   i50���
inn eggs), Vi i-i   be In  working order  and  cheap   tor  cash,   Apply  to!ward
I *s. Severs, Mania'.,;.   1.1
W VNTED- '.- ..'
���uian      boai Ier      or
roomer.  Apply
2nd house  from ith
sti ��� et towards
Sth, and on :ird ave.
WANTED.���To exchange improved
land from five to twenty acres on
,-ar line for town property. Address
M. c. Cloverdale P. O.
POUND��� Child's purse,
this office.
Owner apply
LOST���Boom  of  shingle    bolts.    Re*
port to J. W. Davis & Son, City,
HOME treatment; room
block.    Advice free.
Collister
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
With ,1    A.  Lee.)
and    solicits    your
Mission furniture a  Bpe-
offlce  alii   .-tore  furniture;   all
(Three  Years
a.is  just   opened
patronage
cialty
i
o
Advantages of a Bank Account
i, bills promptly, but nol to pay the same bill twice
- kkeepers, by mistake, send oui   bill* after they hav,
If you pay bj cheque, howevei   the cancelled checks an
��� ��� and can be produced *��� - ���������'' ��'Pt8'
���Minis are, therefore, more than a convenlenc,
mi    against over-payment
:   do BO  With cllecks
��� (DAY bj opening .m accouni with
���   The ���
.Minis ��'f furniture repairs.
First Class Workmanship.
D.V. LEWTHWAITE
WorkshO]    26 Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
P.  O.   Box  30-1. House  Plione   B 29.
Th-
Everj   man or woman  who
3 W. N. Draper
*! B.   C.   Land
oj Surveyor
* I..Hard block, New Westminster, 8 C
Dec. 2.���The Lion and the .Mouse..
Dec   I!.���Little  Johnny  Joues.
Dec, B ��� The Devil.
Dec. .-.��� .Arizona.
Hoc. Mi.���The Texas Co.
Dec.  16.-���Why Girls  Leave Home.
Dec   21.���:>0  Miles From   Boston.
Dec.   24.���Babes   in Toyland.
Dec.  2...���Sandy  Bottom.
!)������,-.   29.���The  Great Divide.
no,*    SO.���Florence.  Roberts.
Jan. 1 ���SI Phinkard.
.lar,. 5.���Henry's  Minstrels.
I.in.  <l.-���Shore  Acres.
Jan, il ���At Cripple Creek.
Jan. 15.���Theodore I_orch.
LOST���Portion of mink mini", consisting of head and tails. Finder pleast,
return  to Laily  News office.
TO RE.NT���Seven roomed, furnished
house with one acre of ground; also
forty chickens; rent $20; Queens
avenue and Eleventh street
\\'VNTED���Work by the day; address Mrs, M. Bro ibury, P. O., City.
TO RENT���Furnished looms from
$l.i,<> per week up, Steam heated.
bath and modern conveniences. Apply the Vendome, or to Mrs. Archer. Royal Cate i formerly Lee _
ALL kin :- Ol Main I tanned and
dVes.-e I,     !).  (ainerou,     121 Tv
stn et, t'. 0, Box "i',2.
in renT Suite furnished rooms,
suitable for light housekeeping. Apply to Alex. Speck.
"The Lion and the Mouse."
A notable feature of Charles Klein's
'The Lion and the Mon- -." which H.
B. Harris briugs to the Opera House
on W�� Inesday. December 2, is the
wholesomeness and distinct drawing of
the various characters in the story.
Th-re can not be fo . d In the play
,, villian, a frivolous matron, a way-
n adventuress. Nowaday- it is indeed a ran- occurrance to
visit the th, a r, ��� ithout ba. lng to
heai the doings or misdoings ol one
or more of such characters on the
stage. Mr. Klein has displayed a
wondi rftil knowledge of what is most
1,.-ired by the public of today over
the footlights, ar.d his treatment of
the p,oplo in this pleasing play shows
a delightful sympathy on the part of
the dramatist The cleanliness of
���'The Lion and the Mouse" has been
a huge factor in the remarkable success onjoyed by this interesting and
well-told story of certain phases of
the money world of this country today.
"Litte Johnny Jones."
"Little Johnny Jones," Ceorge M.
Cohn's phenomenal musical comedy,
or, as several dramatic reviewers have
captioned it, "musical melodrama',,
which his been such a tremendous
bii -, herever presented for the past
two Seasons, will come to the Opera
iio ii- on Thursday, December 3, and
judging from the advance Bale reported, "Little Johnny Jonos" popularity
is just ,as great in this city as it is
all over the country. Practically the
entire original can will Interpret "Little Johunv .lon,'  ' bore.
LAND   REGISTRY   AGT.
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
New Westminstsr, B. C. Branch.
Bi
an,
���OUr
pari of the northwest portion of
lol .-,, suburban block 3, in the   City
of New Westminster, B, C.
��*0*0*��00*0-K>*K_*<_#^0^^ 0tj��O*>0*O*O*00*0*0*O*O*04O|    wh, reus proof of the loss of oertl-
flcate of title number 824!) A, issued
In the names of Sarah Jane Bingham,
Mary Montrose, Sarah Tlerney, has
been tiled in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of ono month from
the dato of the first publication hereof,
In a daily newspa]>er publi-hed
City of New Westmlnstei!, Isfl
duplicate of the said certificate, un-
less in the meantime valid objection j
be made to mo Ig writing.
C. 9. KEITH,
District Registrar Of Titles.
Lund Registry Office, New Westmin-,
ster, B. C, Oct. 26th, 1908.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i,mce 'Phone 18b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
WANTED l'uplls for violin and mandolin; fees moderate. Address
Box -1ST, City.
A***
&ank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
Capital  ..  114,400,000.00
,r        R*-*-f.RVE  ... '.'.'    ...   ...   ...   ...   *        111,000,000.00
,,r,th,-s M: -irho.it Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,  England,
Jb* Vi���i(, Chicago ami Spokane. U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
������tti,'*' "���-"���������������I.  Business Transac t*Ml.
1 <" Credit Issued, available wl tl. correopondents in all uarti or me
,     world.
^ ������IA  Department      nepot.lt*-.   ie.--.lv._d In sums of ��1 aud -��l'w*rd';
num (present rate) added
Baggage   delivered    promptly
any part of the city.
to
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT.
lm
���"eil allowed at It per 0 "Pt,  per an
w;r,'me'*yMr'
'iSttt
��   ni.r
1168.000.000.00,
*'���:*.   WB8TMTOBTBJ. BRANCH. Q- O. BRYMNER. **��**"
;;;,,h:; Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and Female  Help  Promptly
Furnished.
COLUMBIA    and    McNEEcEY   STS
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Phont  431* p. o. Bo��  "Hi
WANTED Nursing, or daily work b>
I-Miglish woman.    Apply Itox 937,
TO LET���Furnished bedroom. Apply
tin Dickenson street, the Crescent
tVANTEDQood plain sewing neatly
��� lone Apply Mrs. J. Simpson, Ash
-treet,  P. O. Box 937.
'OK HKNT-Kurnlshed housekeeping
rooms; dote 'n; beautiful view;
furniture lor sale. Knqulre room 7
Burr bloote,
VBBTMINBT K R EMPLOYMENT
���VOENCY���Uniler new manatrement
2fifi Columbia street. Phone 866, P.O
box 81.7. Can supply you with all
lilnds of help promptly, free, of
charge. Branch office, 107 Cordova
st-eet woet, Piione A 2750, Vancou-
tr,\ B. C.
TWO LEPER  PATIci', .S
IN CALIFORNIA HOSPITAL
Los Angeles, Nov. 24.���Journeying
all the way from Mexico to I.os Angel, s to learn what was ths matteT with
him. Treneda Ortego, a Mexican, is to-
da) i <mf;iied in th. cQunt] hospital
���cgs'ng to be told what is his ailment
and why the people are shunning him.
The physicians declare he is a victim
of 1- prosy, TliM makes two lepers in
the county Hospital. Mn. Elisabeth
Wardwell, the other victim, having
b< en brought here from Tombstone,
Ariz. Tim hospital authorlt'es afe
quoted as saying that both will be deported io Mexico, the place where they
contracted the disc, ���-.
ARRESTED FOR SENDING
BODY THROUGH MAILS
Pembroke, Nov. 2",.���Provincial Detective John Miller today arrested
M iry Theresa Raymond on a charge
of concealing the birth of a child sent
from Pembroke to Ottawa cn October 1 .. The dead baby was wrapped
ui as an ordinary parcel and shipped
hy express to Ottawa. Tho girl W-
pested Is not believed to be the mother.
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FIGS
\\'o have bought too many
j figs and are selling them at
I   very low prices:
i
each
lb. box.
...10c
two  lb.
box,
.25c
Three  inch  1U
iV'h	
hi baskets, each 15c
Valena flj
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large !;��Xt8, per lb.   ��� ���
ligs
in
15c
These r,iv all new figs, of thc
very b'-st quality, and the price
we are quoting is very low.
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone 193 and 443.
!
New Westminster Gas Ompany
Not5��_.e to Consumers
COMMENCING   JANUARY    1st.   1909.
All gas used will be charged for a*
the following rates;
Gas used  for llghtli |     $2.50
Gas used for beating und cooking $2.00
(las used for power $1.50
Cash discounts wlll be allowed off
above prices on ah bills paid at th.-
office of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or I -fore the 10th of the
current month.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November l.th. lf)0S.
Our Stock of
Heating Stoves
consists of a complete
line of Airtights, Hot
Blasts and Box Stoves.
We invite inspection
of the most complete
line of Heating Stoves
in the city.   ,
Prices right.
Quality first class.
Anderson &
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster 3
HOVERS OVER INDIA
Menace of Serious Uprising
Daily Becoming More'
Acute-Many  Murders.
Calcutta, India, Nov. 25.���The sKuu
Mon   in   India  has nol   shown   such  1
menace of serious uprising as it de-
today in many  years  past.
Attacks and  attempts on  the  lives
of Englishmen, officials and civil!
'arc  of almost  daily  occurrence.  Lord'
I Minto,  the viceroy of India,  returned
I here   today   from   the   north,   cutting
short Ills  excursion   in   this   territory
for the purpose of considering mea-!
; sures to cope  with the native disaffection, which    ihe   authorities    have
| been forced to recognize is alarming-'
I ly on the Increase.
Last night the Bengali made an unsuccessful   attempt    to    kill     Public
i Prosecutor  Hume   with  a  bomb   in   '
I
Railroad    carriage    near    Agurpura
There  were three other Europeans in
the   carriage  at   the   same   time,  but
none were  injured.
Last Monday night district superln-
j tendenl of Police Clough was mur-
1 dered by a native at Lyallpur, The
Inative approached the superintendent
while he was asleep and cut open his
: head with a spade.
The  police   are   taklni    remarka il
precautions to safeguard Lord .Minto,
and thl..  Is regarded  as most  signiti-
cant.
CHILIAN BARQUE IVANHOE
HAH TROUBLE IN GALE
Phone 379.
P. O. Box 249.
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the best quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New We*tmin��ter.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B. C.
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special   attention  paid  to       Banquets.
Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and  Cold   Water.
Steam   Heat.
Cen    illy   located,
J. New some & Sons
j       Painters and Decorators^,
i Estimates on All Work (_i\*en
Much interest Is centred in the arrival of the bark Ivanhoe, which   will
' load lumber at the Fraser River Sawmills tin- week, for she will    be   tiie.
j first Chilean bark to take on a cargo at I
- this mill, and on the manner in which
! she   is   handled   there   will   depend   a '
I good deal  of  Hituru  trade.
Captain Kluih, of the Ivanhoe, ma le
a fast run up from Valparaiso, getting
ofl Cape Flattery In 39 days, a .e ,i-
v>- gale caused the cargo ballast ,o'
shift slightly, and after driving into
the straits the head winds forced the
bark out to sea again, and she Btood
off and on until the Lorn,- picked her
up and towed her Into the Royal]
roads .Sunday. She will load 1,1)00,-
,1,1,, feet of lumber for Valparaiso.
USE   CRIMINALS   FOR
MEDICAL   EXPERIMENT.
!
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
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Electric Railway Service
lnterurban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and wa��
Stations will run every half-
.Meir from 5..*i(i a. m. Last
car leaves at !1 p. m.
[Last car Iv. Vancouver 11M.0.)
Cars ieave the depot every
twenty initiates for both Sap-
rerton and city limits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after and forty minutes after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten mlniMes after the hour,
half past and fifty mtautes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday 8ervlcs   toair-n��urly between 8.30 a.m   nnd 1] p.m.
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San Francisco, Nov. 25.���Whether
criminals condemned to die may be
ordered by the state to submit to inoculation wiih the germs of tubercluosia
is the question that is agitating lawyers and physicians her,* today. The
discussion ams.. from the request of
Dr. Wallace Briggs, vice-president of
the state board of health, to the state,
prison directors that doomed men be
turned over to the medicos for experimental purposes In the interest of.
science.
Strang   for   Railway   Commissioner.
Winnipeg. Nov. _:_.���lt is-announced
here  that ..mlrew  Strang, a wholesale
liquor   merchant   ol     this    city    and,
prominent Liberal, will be appointed al
member  of  the  railwa}    commission,
succeeding   the   late     Hon.    Thomas'
Greenway.    Premier  Mm my  of  Nova
Scotia is    also    un    applicant,    but
Strang will gei   the    appointment    as
western,...- inu-i be represented,
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
Open   Town   Candidate   Retires.
Winnipeg, Nov. 'U,.���c. ll. Forrester
I retired   from   the   mayoraltj    contest
I today, staling thai he was disqualified,
being si ill a  subject of    the    United
St.,t,s    lie favored Begrega i,,n of th<_
social  evil,
Calendars
Xmas Postal.
Xmas Cards
STOCK
COMPLETE
AT
MOREY'S
Choosing An Executor
In making your will THE CHOICE OF
AN EXECUTOR should engage your
thought at least as much as the division
of your estate.   Advise with
THE
Westminster Trust & Safe Deposit Co., ltd.
Hom': Office: NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.       Write for parlkular.s.
r. J. HART, Managing Directoi
- r.-M-'Tr " v -Kr-junvii *mm&*B<r.r<tt?*M!X,f<r ��� aggggga|
MANY OPPOR TUNITIES
TO
SAVE
BY
Buying Our Special
LINES
We are Mdntlnually offering exceptional values In seasonable merchandise   of   evi
Note  carefully  the low pricing for thla week.
TWO SPECIAL
SNAPS IN
Ladies' Union and Wool
Combinations
An opportunity to clean out the balance of a wholesaler's small
stock al a big reduction was seized by us. We give our custom
ers the benefit of our fortunate purchases.
.1     At 95c each :
Two dozen only at this price, and
we shall Immediately clear them out
so as mu to Interfere with our regular
stock. Size- are :','-' to 38, and the
regular prlci would be $1.60 each;
while they last, each   95c
At $1.50 each:
Thirty only ladies' wool combinations of exceptionally fine, soft finish.
-.',,',,1 weight and un-, l> Miap',1; all
sizes Regular values $_.'._i.",: while
thej   last,  each    $1.50
ONE LOT
Ladies'
Tweed
COATS
Half
Price
Twentj only in this lot, bul
there is in, reason why yo i
should noi have one It' you come
early. They are made of all
wool grey tweeds; three-quarter length, trimmed with sirups
and buttons. Regularlj pi-iced
at $8.00, $12.50 and $18.50. Now
half   price   al   $-4.00.   $6.25. $9.25
Ribbon and
Silk Ends
UNDER-
PRICED
Suitable ihi,is of plain and
fancj silks, wide Dresden and
striped ribbons for fancy work
bags, etc., in lengths of from
half to one yard.
Hundreds of remnants of
baby ribbon and other narrow
ribbons in all widths, patterns
and eoloTS.
Black Sateen
and Moreen
Underskirts
AT
95c each
Regular $1.25 and $1.35.
Full flare gored underskirts
with deep accord eon pleated
frills, Sold usually as a BPecIal
value ai these regular prices.
This Offers an exceptional snap
for this week; lengths are 38,
III and   12  inches.    Each   .95c
NEATand
Comfortable
Neck
Mufflers
Two popular styles shown In
these all \.iki| neck protectors.
One style Is 2) Inches long and
live Inches wide at the ends,
narrowing considerable around
neck. The other style is made
in chest protector shape with
b,and collar fastened at back of
neck with dom>' fasteners;
colors are navy, .sky, Alice blue,
cardinal, brown, black and
whit,, and mixed patterns, Each
65c  and    75c
Ladies9
Wool
Undervests
50c each
i'n    gr<_atest sna -
hav,   ; Icke i up In I
���wea    for gome tim,.    v ���
think   the    same   aho
whi a    on see th, in    i
"fi   and  com:    ���
Regular  value    in
waj of buying them w
7.",,  ��� ich,   We sell the
tb,\   lasl at, each        ���'.
Attractive
AND
Serviceable
Voille
SKIRTS
,1 ��� ,'e   ��� ;    fini       !'������
roll,   with  ���
��� eventi en t s; full
tii,-, Ij     flare '.    trimn ���
rows of i lb on of rar;
around  Lot torn or dowi
One particular line
directolr,   Btyle;  a
,-oriie  skirt,      Pric, -
$8.75  tc         -
Pleated
NOW
Delaines     QQq
per yarci
Regular  75c.
FOrt>*-two   Inch  all   woo
laine In half Inch pleal
able for use in ladles' and r
droll's    Skirts;       colors      in -
brown, car,lit;-,',  M.y. Cl ��� an
black.
ANOTHER
NEW LOT OF
Frilling and
Neck Ruches
li  Beems us  If we �����<���.'��������� '���'
get these daint.   frllHngs In   ���
enough; the demand for   thi o
seems 'n grow    everj
day.
ip w  assortment   has Jusi
rived by express consisting   ���
wide   and   medium   -**ldtb   frll
lngtt; Bess collarettB and lll,v'
frllHngs   in   a"   shades   of  ���
pink,  Maine   and     cream
black and white,
Tl  '
W. S. Collister & Co.
THE  STORE  POR WOMEN'S WEAR
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