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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Columbia St. Pbone 85
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C
NEV-'   WESTMINSTER,  B.  C,   THl'RSDAY   \]   \rr,SG, NOVEMBER 19, 1908.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
ll DUttiw ! BAPTIS1 CONVENTION
Of MANAGERS MEET      HtAHS ���� am
Royal Columbian Hospital to
jje Provided With Ambulance--Overcrowding.
Optimism    Preva
Vancouver���Offi
Yea
at
Gathering
y:iy for Ensuing
Elt'Cted Yesterday.
DR. JORDAN FAVORS
MORE HATCHERIES
Al
the    anni
i'. coir
\
ihe  Board of
" .belli
.! Columbian hospital  Vancouver
.. afternoon, ut v, a.cn
ent James Cunningham
_i
ier.
Vlrs. Hill, Mrs. Ferguson,
, ^..,   ,   arce, J, .1. Jones, James
al   Sinclair,   and
VV. H,  Keary. The  minutes
of ,,��� |i ting and or the build*
last    week    were    ap-
Victoria,
Kev.   F.
SupuMiteodent's   Report.
and   accounts   foi
me, liny    of    the
'i of British  Colum-
11 st   Baptist cuu-ua,
K. B, McNeil, ol
was  el, i ��������� |   president,   and
^     ^uvacl ���    ippolnted secretary-treasurer      General     Missionary
| Rev,  U.  E.  Hati   read the annual  re-
the| porl of the mi, . ,i,    ,d, which pre-
��� "'' >'��� ''a eXcelleni showing, During
""' "'���' year, ten i h irehes have be*
com, self supporting, while many
othi ��� - have asked foi ..educed grants;
Blx ie w ch ' _ '������... heen organized
and thii ���������.. ,  !**"Uni,j
Famous Educator Says Difficulties Surround Conditions In Coast Waters.
BARK fIFESHIRE GOES
ON DRUMMOND REEF
British Vessel Laden With
Coal Complete Wreck and
Her Crew Castaways.
.municipal candidates    1 HILL'S BIG LINER MAY
SLOW TU ENTER FIELD,   BE BOUGHT BY C.P. R.
No   Contest  in   Sight  for  Mayoralty���|  "	
possibilities for Aldermen in-     j Transpacific Liner Minnesot
crease  Daily. o    ��� i r*.       . ,
Said to Be About to Sail
Under Canadian Flag.
a.
i
lAlji
' I   i.   ,,
���
er,   passed for payment.   I    lng the year.
erlntendenl   i.Mi.s.   Mar-!    The foreign m's ionarj reporl
-.   ���
i bi - to sub-
. followt
���  ���- menl   of   patients,
Ian   hospital,    tor    the
:. number of patient
iei   I, 60; discharged
I: a Imitted  during Octo n i
. _ i ictobi r iii. 62:   No. ol
I  during  October  142;
���. eases treated In col
*i    I
was
Rev.  It-ni. rl  Lennie, of    this
citj. .hi !   ��-,s   sti  . iptimistlc  in
tone     I:,.   laj men's mis, lonary mo
iica:   .- a,    efei r< a to as the grandest
enterpi Ise of th,  church. Three meetings were held, the above business be-1
Ing   transacted  in  the  morning.     In pL'M'lJ  Pill TIVATIflU!  Tfi
the afternoon general routine buslnes    I LA l-H   UUlISVA I Illll   LU
occuple i  I a.   atti ntion ol
N< ������ Vork, \ov. is.���ln order to at*
-��� n<* '��� :- meeting of the Carnegie
foundi ..;,. of which he ii vic.-ehair-
mai*, . :. en route to Washington to
partli \U1, rioan    represettta-
:iv. in the sessions of the Internation.
al fisheries commission, which began
th, ��� on Monday, David Starr Jordan,
i1"' - leni of the Stanford university.
arrlvi I  In  Xew York City yesterday.
Jordan said thai the policy he would
favoi would tend toward l- ss (ffestrlc-
tion a i : ���-. ater hatching of fish In
thi Great Lakes The fisheries question  : ;   P Iget   snail !.  he Said,   |,resell, .
'������   n    .! fficulties  an 1 that  In Oregon
nc - exisl   bi  -a, en the '-ii;  net-
and fish wheel men, who ari   the
la . ni   *
,-e.
BE PROMOTED LOCALLY
Fraser  Valley     Nurseries   Will     Raise
Seedlings from Californian Stock
���On   Market Next  Year.
,   .   ;   ,  ,-ed from paying patients gates.
._;      ;     of  patients  In  hospital      In the evening a public meeting was
held, Rev. I'. II. McEwen -; eaklng on
Provision  of  Ambulance. "A   Dozen  Years of  Biaptlsl   Work  in
was authorlzi l to en   B. C."    Rev.  W. T. Stackhouse dealt
,,d an a tendanl   with "The New Baptist Outlook," both
cottaga and nurses'  addn elng Wghij  Instructive, 	
if po ,_,.;.., to    e man      Today the mei i ng will considei the
He also reported whal pro  work  of Sundaj   schools, Young  Peo*     The  Fraser  Valley   nurseries    are
.   u made with the X-raj   pie's   societies   and   women's ���-.ixiliar- largely  Importing   peach   stones  from
ioperatlngta le.andwith  les.   Tliis will be followed bj a pu lie  the i        n Gat,   Packing company, of
...    an ambulance    lt     was  meeting   when   Bocial  questions    will
that   provision had   I n! com,   up ������'���    Addresses
year's  , 3tlmates  tor a  will   i iven    by   Rev. William
Ual ambulance, and after Stevenson,   of    Kamb   ,������-.   and    Dr.
...   with  Alderman  Jardine  Ernesl  Hall.
able to reporl further. 	
Victoria, It. c . Nov. lv. Details
of the loss of th, British bark Fife-
shire, when bound from Newcastle
wiih coal lor Portland, on a reef off
Drummond island, a. the southern end
of the Gilbert group, were received by
the steamship Moan... which reachi l
porl  this  morning from Australia.
The bottom was torn with the ini-
past on the reef and water filled me
holds. The island was twelve miles
distanl ui sight, and the Pishire was
abandoned  With  all sails  Bet,    Oapt,
Nlch, : and the cr, �� of t wen:; Ihi I e
pro,, ed, .1 th, re In the boats, i he
castaways found the natives friendlj
and hospitable, The shipwrecked men
llvi .1 for ihr. ��� we, \- on cocoanuts
A trad ng steamship cam.- to the
wreck and her crew claimed the wn i..
as ,. prize on finding her abandi i
Th.- (laim wa ��� disputed an 1 the vessel was : old as shi laj for ?-���" to a
Ch'.i     ��� trad -;.
MONTENEGHO OPENS WAR
WITH EIGHT THOUSAND MEN
o bi
, those us id by the ti' n-
Vancou**  i
���  . .���.,;;...   for Oct' i ���
nd Messrs Sinclair and
......l thai on visiting the
th  ,.:,    ev, ral  "< ca-
. ;  the  I ulldlngs  ���
. :..; -  for th,   pn sen
.   were   Mrs.   Hill,  the
. li. T. is
MUST   FACE  CHARGE
Vienna,   Nov.   18.���Advices  received
from Cettinje,  the capital of  Montenegro, declare that the telegraph line
s'''' Joseph,  California,  with  a    view   between  Cettinje and  Cattaro,  a  -���"���a-
i           i them, and ultimately to sell porl oi Austria, has heen cut and tnal
the trees from their extensive nurser- Montenegro lias mounted guns on the
les al  Burnaby Lake.                             slopes   lominating  Cattaro.    Further-
Thej   hav,. ordered about  two tons more,  Montenegro haa occupied    the
uf peach  pits intone ,  which are be-   n _            leading    nto    Herzegovina
ng soak, i for aboui ten days In pure with S'JU   tr,
���'���  '  ���        ���    ���    to  absorb    moisture, 	
Th,.  day   for  nomination  tor  muni-;
' .-���    off <-. i        fas: approaching, but I
there seems no real opposition      Victoria, Nov. IS.���A rumor was cm
to th.   re-election of Mayor Keary tor reni   today tha, the Canadian Paciuc
another term,    As previously  stated,jra**way  negotiating for the purchase
a number of men have been invited to  0l ''"' *-*-6 Hill liner Minnesota, for use
offer themselves for -lection   both ln-  under !h" *'��� p-  R-  "as In the trans-
!   . . .1 pacific  trade,
i side and outside the city council   hut I     .,.,
in. report came from a recent ar-
|none will come forward. They real- rival from Seattle, who |B stated to
Is very difficult ,0 attempt to have been informed to that effect trom
folio** fl man . ho has been tor year* officials of tho Great Norther,, Steam*
at the head of the city admlnUtra-|ship company, Nothing could i
tic., and now whet, the city is fast j learned here with regard to th
expanding the circle of men   who are  nli;|(,,,
capable of carrying on the worl. sue- 	
cessfully are few.
\\':t_l regard to aldermen the con-; Seattle, Nov. LS.���-A__ke_ regarding
lltlons ar- different Th.- duties., reported negotiations for the Mlnne-
wlth perhaps the position of chair- 80t** by the Canadian Pacific. Superman of thi board of works excepted, intendent Engineer C, C. Lacey, of
lo noi call for such sacrifice of time, tne Great Northern Steamship com*
and many names of past aldermen, Pany aald this morning:
...id other lea ling citizens, have been "' have not. heard the report be-
nt'.oned. There is sure to b, .*-.-'���'���������'" and know nothing whatever
vacancy, Aid,  slides retiring,  bul    it   about it-"
now understood that Aid. Fader Is Mr- Lacey saal he had heard notb-
nol so adverse to continue as he '"- further concerning the possible
formerly was for .another term. shifting of the Minnesota from Seattle
Among the new names mentioned 'o Vancouver, B.C., as the result ol
are those of S. F. Marks, Marshall -he' high freight rates In ihis country
Sinclair. George Adams, T. H. Smith, j brought about by the Interstate com-
D. D. Bourke. mi Corse Cunning- mere,, commission's ruling effective
ham. jt.    There will apparently he no  Nov. 1.
i a  temperance   ticket -"*	
OF DESTROYING JAIL   when shells     hav..-      broken,
                            the whel,   ....  then planted, and aboul i
: ni"   *   ���    ii   read)  for    adding.    By!
���     : will have grown to i
,,:1.    connected    with   a    vaudeville
��� ��� here and  who sang    Th,   ti* ���
in a moving picture -how. ,     a
nd maj have to face two charges
SUCCESSFUL CONCERT
AT   ST.   BARNABAS
t<
un   will   I ������  sold    as
M ir on   Olive   GiUey.
was Incan . rated to, bi atlng a
voman and aftei      in ; I, fi In .;
.   niai - ial   I   i   ���    ed an ax<     and
.. edi .1  to demolish  thi structure
our
.; ��� arlings.
The ' . ���     s in I lie neigh-
.....        . .ii  i,   . .-  trom  tiles,
11
ov   ,
will
'..' 5, tt hich were shipped iw ., v. ���, Its
It ma)  I e noted that they could
.lav,    ,    cured   the  .-������ e lllngs   n H hout
Ini   I  * >. ....   i n    ii   -���. d t'a -y have
The onl) dis ipj olnt m ni at M .ss L.
Hoe's cone i lasi , . ening al St. Barnabas hall was the sum.] attendance,
and 'bis will hou ,tlesa be rerw ��� I
. * the ci in '��� 'ts b, come more widely
known. Misd P.o. contributions,
whether as  piano solos,  or In  d ���
,-Hl    e fell  foi   M     -
,. i with di -'��� ���   ii- ���' Jail, whb
.. , | ',.  ,, . .    ai -.-   di ith   ��� .-   ���-  with  U  a hc-av)  fine
Pott,
Mai lon , Hi ��� ������
.... and ten
. inid  had      en Hi
with    rh' um
...     Seelll   d
, co.. i.      tui    TueS la
arent     were thi n
���:!,���   , iiallie.     and   dl Btb
nn  In.,     '..mi ���   tl tl   nl   ���
���.. . ,.;   ,,    bright   and
i h,   furn ral take i pla ���
rom tie   house. Fourtti
1.   ti.   0,   F. c tie  '
���.,-,   ,,i 2:30 p in.
fr mi Seattle,
MACGOWAN   GIFFORD.
.   -"   per ci ut.   Iut).  .md all    tie
��� **       "   prod in     :. ���'     cai r ,-d un
.   .    .'it  i 'anadi.ili  S ���
.
December    Elect,on.
\  ,   is.     There will c ���
.... lne ii    election
...     i,,    some   ' ' ���
Two of the ui'>**t popular young peo
I,le ol tins city, Cowan Mail'.owa.- mid
Miss Margin.���; Gifford, daughter of
Thomas Gifford, M. L. k��� were unli A
l��� tii.   bonds of hol)  matrimony yes*
.. afternoon b) Kev J, S. Henderson the cer.-iii"ii.. taking place In
gt, Andrews Pre byterlan church,
which had been prettily decorated
with ehrysiiiil,. munis for thi OCCB
,��� Miss Julia Gifford, sister of the
Idi    acted as bridesmaid,  while  A.
\s."
I
ver)   much appreciated, partlcu-
ihose   with   Mr,   Stevenson.     Vs
Mi s  Annie    Tidy's    rei Itations
v. ere welcom . especiall)   "A Sack of
��� com .. . at an* time     0...,.,   (   ()Uthetlc  li; . She
ou   '������    pruning  an I ���...,.    another,    "Ask  Mamma,"
espectiv,       :      , ch sl . rec,ted witll ,luuh success,
urchased    ti-om
-ar, oi orchards
a '.,.���: her produi ������ is
them.
It may I <��� menl lorn tl thai J. H. Cui
ti*.  ;,   representative of  the con,pany,
has  been in the Okanagan   valle)   tu
.-   S'.IK'lv.
re
:..
-. .i ch s.i
Vv. c. w. Houghton sang two sailor
ng i, and among those assisting with
nstrumental music  were Misses Disney,  Vidal,  Dunn, V, ra  Sharp,    Miss
���.;,' son   admirably  sang   "Har
...    Bells   Ringing."
th.
attempt   to  rui
���his year.
Developments In this regard seldom
take place save just before nomination day. and as two weeks have to
un before then, It is difficult to say
whether etaoin .-laoin etaoln etaoin
who will       finally in the field.
HIGH WATER DID DAMAGE
IN   WASHINGTON   STATE
FREIGHT   RATES  TO   BE
RAISED THREE PER CENT.
Chicago, Nov. 18.���W. C. Brown,
senior vice-president of the New York
al lines, at a conference with VV,
_���**. Upham, in Chicago, assured the
latter that the railroads of the country had agreed that a :! per cent, advance in freight rates would satisfy
th, requirement^ of the roads. This
:u ..nie, takes the place of the threat-
, Qed l" per cent, advance which
arous, .1 shippers to opposition several
months ago.
Bellingham,   N'ov.    1**.���T.ie   alarm
evinced yesterday over the high wate.
In  the Nooksack  and    Skagit    riv *.
in   passed and littli damage has been.
done.     Aside   from   th ���   loss   Of   tt   feW
shingle bolts and the inconvenience
to few persons, ther.- \.< little to t'ne
hood talk.
For a time yesterday the railroad
track etw, n Bellingham uul Lyndon was under water and traffic was
impeded, but trains are running today. A wing dam above Lynden waa
washed out and the ferry at Stdro
Woolley wash.-I awa... bul -his iu ad-
d ll Ion to some slight ine nvi nieni i *
���ii farmers along the :iv t- . seem., to
I e the extern of the trou ile, lt is
i, isi ih that the old bridge at
Ma letta ma) go out, but this structure has been threatened for a lourr
time.
Show   Songs  Need  Censoring.        , "    ���
A cordial  reception was given yes-'HERRING RUN STARTS
lerda.v   evening   to  Smith   and  Ctoss' I                          |N  NANAIMO WATtRS
musical   mixture "Hip,   Hip,   Hurrah". 	
PRESIDENT   ASKS  CABINET
TO  HOLD  SALARIES  DOWN
SALOME  SHOW   IS
STOPPED  BY   POLICE
.1, im-:,,n assisted  the groom
wedding  part)   was    leaving
ntal, mem  ma I,   this
���"���Rutherford.   Thi
.,,,i.pie,i b) a dlapa
. i,  Wuuiip
That Breathed
rendered by the
of which were
Invitation, Mr, and Mrs
lefl on the afternoon ii.
N. It. train for the south, fl her,
honeymoon will be spi m.
ui j church.   "Th.-  V(li'
" o'er   Eden"   was
choir,   the  meinbei
pi-l sent    In
MacGowan
crease
i.e-at-
lhe ""'"'"
suggi ���
Prince Edward Island Elections
Sustain Liberals in Power
��� nclal elections m Prince
h''!'*-i 'i Island, following close on the
���*������ - a ' li ciions. took place yester.
'!     i r, suiied as was expected m
'*���'   l-1"  a|   nilnisir>   being  sustain'' I.
Iv I tn ai part) haa heen in power
'" '���������* island Since 1801, following
nv''" -ms of Conservative rule. Tho
'���"Meti death ol   Hon. Arthur  Peters
|l!a" '   Hon,   Francis    1..     Hatftrd    in
""*"' in Januarj of this ye
ul" i the Home dissolved the rtand-
'"' '    liartleg were eighteen Liberals
'���' ���   Conservatives,    there    being
'"��� -acani Libera] seat��i due to the
,,i the strongest
years he has been on
party   workers.
The legislative business is divided
between an executive council composed of the three ctihinei miuisters,
lions. F. L, Hazard, premier; S, E.
Held,   provincial   secretary,  and   .1    H
Mummlskey, minister of publle works,
and live or six   unofficial   members,
and a House of thirly members, elected "by fifteen constltutencles, each ol
which returns a councillor and an n1*-
aiul I senihlyinan,    chosen    hy    B    sepiira
1 franchise.
There  w, le   oiilv   two  I leCtlOUS
acclamation,   the   Liberals   securing
Charlottetown.   the Capital,   without    a
cm, st. Ho,,  ii.. K. Hughes and   Dr.
ol ihi  later premier, the death| Warburton being elected
���    i glas, and the Bppolnt      incomplete returns were In last even
lon, c Godkln to a federal ingi i.���, the Liberals claim a majority
The leader of the opposition of ,,,,,,- m the new House, though out-
Mathieson. Bfsemhlymaa for hin;, polls may change the complexion
''���������     strict ol  Kit.tr.-*.    For two of the House somewhat,
\\ ,   . ..   oi    N'ov, IS.    The memb, i -
:,   ,     in,: have been asked b) the
pi, sideni to make   no   recommenda-
UOns in th .. annual ei llmates to    ie
BUbinltted  t" congress    for   the    in-
(,t   salaries In their  respective
This �� dl apply to gO>
m-nmeni    employees   throughoul    th,
.,.. well as ai Washington, The
on  w is   made  to  the  cabin, i
.  ,,,,���. before the election, bul H
wua , xplalned ai  the  White    House,
,,,,   connection   with   the   attack
,  i���  the  Democratic platform on
increase of expendltttres of   rllr
federal    government.      The    request
thai  no increases in salary's be made
do.s not apply to cases of automatic
promotion of employees from one
grade to another.
lias
ma
the
St. Petersburg, Nov. lv-.\ version
of Wilde's Salomi was stopped by '.ne
police las; ni-dit. The noly synod had
vetoed the original as blasphemous
mt sanctioned a production if Salome
were transmuted Into an Indian queen
ad     a     supposed     king's     hod.,     suj-
litute i fo, St, John's head, the
dances being pel-formed by iii. i een
ami attendants, This was atai ed and
tbe performance *.ia,l begun, when the
synod changed its mind and Bent for
the  police,   who  closed   the   shew   .ill,I
Bent the audience away.
w
Epworth League Rally.
The  Epworth leagues of Vancouver
and New  Westminster    will    bold    '���
grand   rally   al    Wesley   church,   Vancouver,   on     Nov.    2G.     An     address,
"Marching Orders for ths Twentieth
Clentury." will be given by Rev, ii-
vv. Kirby, of Calgary, one of tbe i><'*t
speakers on topics of Interest to
league In western C;mailn.
In-
Broken Wheel Causes Wreck.
Reno. Nov., N'ov. 18. - Following a
wreck caused i,y a broken wheel,
shortly after midnight, what was sixteen ears of oil, machinery, dressed
poultry and other freight, is lying
along the I'nlon Pacific track a
tangled mass of wreckage ai Eglon.
Brakeman L. A. Graven was bi riously
injured,     n  wni )���.  ;lt   [cast   four n
hours  before  the   wreckage    can    he
cleared,
al   the opera   house,  the  attention of
the  au item ������  being . asll)   held  until
he final curtain, Tne beadllners, a--
in mos: ol the attractions of ihis n; -
tare, a re well qualified to interpret
the pa's for wiiich ihey were east.
Fred M Cadj being thi heavyweight.
whHi hi partni .. Chas. O. Rice, who
: he duties of a d, termined
Invi -...,. ran him e close race tor
premier honors. Among the winsome
i iiini's iii skirts,  Mazle  Truin- |
al]    '"l  Belle -Dale deserve    special;
mention.   The song hits Introduced In
thl   i  ���,'..   were  caichy   and   Well   rend' .
Bred,    bul     occasiouall..     overate Cholera Conquered in  Manila.
the bounds of propriety, BUI Mack'i Manila, Nov. 18.���Wh'li occasional
���Sullivan" for Instance, introducing a cases of cholera are reported :o the
vehement adjective In every second I authorities, the epidemic is now un-
line. I questionably ai an end.
Young Liberals Secure
Good Speakers For Tonight
Nanaimo. Nov. IS.���The herring * in
Las commend .1 and the harbors of
Nanaimo, Departure bay and adjacent
waters are alive with tish. Large
shoals of herring are entering tlie
harao:- daily and the many fishermen
now on the spot are making large
hauls.    Tin- herring this year are re-
oi ed i" be of exceptionally good size
and quality.    It is expected that near-
) 500 men will he actively engaged
'n lhe catching and curing of the fish
In a few da) b.
Another C, P. R. Increase.
Montreal, Nov.  1!_.���Canadian Pad-
tic railway traffic earnings   for   the
week ending  Nov.  .it Increased    by
Strathcona to  Replace  Ramona.
owing    to    the    disabling   of   the|$9B,000.
Ramona   the   Stratheon-i   will   tern* -������	
poi'irily lake her run.    She will leave Favor Local Option.
Vancouver for Ladner and polnl.-* u> Brant ford, Ont.. Nov. 18.* The city
chilliwack on Mondays an,I Fridays, council has decided by a vote of eigni
inking the Ramona's Saturday and t0 .,..V(,n ,() RI-1)tIllt a 1(l...,, optlon by-
Tuesday trips from this city, 'law nexl  January.
A number of well known speakers,
Including      several      of     Vancouver's
promising young orators, will address
the Young Liberals at their organisation meeting at Hardman's hall tonignt,
when the chair Is to he taken at eight
o'clock by Sid Malcolmson, who has
heen one of those taking an active Interest In the organising of the association. After Mr. Mulcolnison's introductory remarks, short speeches
will be delivered by Roberi Jardine,
Aid. .1 ,1. Johnston, A. K. Wellington,
president of the Westminster Liberal
association; h. a. Eastman, ll. Ryall,
K. C. Hrown and a number of other
fluent   speakers,   following   which   the
formal organization ol the association
will take place. The election of officers promises to   lie    productive   of
som,   close  balloting, as there  will be
contests for nearly all offices.
The Hardman hall, where the meet-
I lng  will   be   held,  Is  capable of    ac-
Icommodatlng a large attendanc, and
should be  well    filled    this    evening.
Those who have  promised    to   come
over  rrom  Vancouver to    assist    the
Westminster   Young   Liberals  Include
the  president   and  secretar)    of    the
Vancouver    Young    Liberals.    B.    E.
Teet/.,.l. W. H. Clark. VV.  H.  Waddell,
it. .), Deachman and other members of
thi   executive, several of these heing
class, d among the best junior Liberal
sueak.rs of the Terminal City.
aii young m< n Interested   In    the
.   ess of the Liberal cause In   thl&
district are requested to be present,
as their co-operation in t'ne movement
to-lairch a Young Liberal association
Is earnestly desired.
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MOW   SUPPLY
Stall Fed Beef, Mutton, Pork and Veal
Direct from the Plant and Abattoirs of J. Y. Griffin & Co., of Edmonton, .Alberta.
EVERY CARCASS IS SUBJECTED TO GOVERNMENT INSPECTION
fll-f . '�� %'Mj 1   No possible fear of diseased meat; only the best ean pass the rigid testsof the Government, a perfect guarantee
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Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Columbia St., New Westminster
FAMILY TOMAHAWKED!
IN NEW HEBRIDES
White Settlers Murdered by
Supposedly Christian Natives���Warship Sent Out.
TACOMA'S SUPPLY  OF
WATER   AMD   MILK   BAD
City B - -' ��� -:i
'I',,, omai,  sh w   thai     ie   �����������
��� .   in   this   cit}   :-   alive   with
terla.    The r, porl states     al samples
drawn  from  the taucei -  In    :"-    bac* |
.ynop��i8     of    Canadian     North-Weit
Homestead   Regulations.
Auy even numbered section uf Do-
tuinion  lands  iu  Manitoba,  Saskatch*
The Edison Theatre
Corner Cclumbi.*,  and   Begb'e.
,n
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trate       n         P             cha       I Mo       --'���'���   '���'��� estminsti
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.VOLUNTEER    BOUNTY     ACT,   i90S.
- lab ...::..i,   -.......   1.200 0 i'
~     '' N'ew Hebrides, Peter C. ! in
ewan and *\lberta. excepting is and 26, WARNING TO PJ.-.CHASERS,
not reserved, may be homesttaiied by i
any person who is the sole hea.l of a
family, or any male over 18 years of i
tii    	
- atjgerous and indicates the water U rich|age< t0 the exleat or one.quarte:. gec
Gricd   51 vea�� or ����      ,h   v i     ^^ for the growtl1 of d,8ease| tlon of 160 acrw^more or less.
-     and    his two   germs.    Mayor Link has given out au
daughters, Ada and  Elizabeth   Cried, | Interview In which he denies the con-
iiliSft-SriH
dltlon  reported  by tbe bacteriologist.
Application   for   entry     mast
made  in persou   'ay  the  applicaut ai
a Dominion Lands Agency    or   sub-
Ev<        .,                          ll Ighl   o!   B
South Afrl   ���:,   \ ed to a
iand  grant  mi:.*-     ie     \ wa)   ol  ap*
polntment of a -���:  .til  i iud must be
' in the torm , . ivi le I  .- ��� he Act.
oe ,
Special attention is  call, I  to S ib
section .; ,,; Sei ������: m ���"    *      ��� Volunteei
License Notices
���
Nl ITICE ;
tend    .. applj  at
the  Licensing  B
New   SVestmlnstei
license to sell liq
���   ���
...   ol
M Exponents of the gravity water system agency for the district in  which the   Bount:   -V:'- -908, which les tha
steps to secure water trom either the I however,  be made at au agency on '"���������*" :   D*v *������*> ftppolntment ol a buo-
Green river or the Green Water river, j certain conditions by tiie father, moth-   ~,!' ���"'   ������    '   "��� i-ccep    1   i   renognlzed
l do away with the wells systi ,., al   er, son, (laughter, brother or Bister of. 1)>'  t'1"   Department    of    .. -   laterlor
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MUk
Lt-. ' ** I    ,J,
' : "���  were mu   ...    y a mob of
* *  f-ccor:.:._ -        .-       ought by
"l"''     ' '""     w'hlch    arr*vedjare urging that the city at once take j land is situate.    Entry bv proxy may ! no assignment or the right ot a vol-
mornlng from Australian ports     ' *iii���
.Santos  had  been    regarded    as
-ten centn     an i    whlte settlersjam
elieved s ife      The    massacre
ion distance   if
the mission si ition, to which thi
' ;"        'I      ���    "am Ij    ,,   boy
idi The set!
tomahawked.   H.
'    s "  '. seni ti
au  intending  bomeBtetMler.
i  is net executed and dated after
Smith Tacoma.
In-.���   :!gallon of samples of mil:
Ing sold In the city show  over HM..000 j form the home-stead dutie* uudej one ' grant Issued by the Mini
NOTICE 1* h           given thai  i  In* premises known   ts
teua to applj   at tbe next Bi'Mna ol situated on th  n
th��  Licensing  Board  ior the Citj  of | Front streets In thi    ��� I Citj
New  Westmin ter for   a    *>ttewal   of Westminster,
license to coll liquors by retail on the ALFRED .-���*��� VN'SON
pretnlaes known as thi  Windsor li .tei, New Uvstmin-'��� ���:   N ������
situated   on    Columbia    and    Begbie ��� ������*
Btreet*, In the -sai.l City of N'1''* West- NuTICE .     ���  ���
minster. ,,.���.,   l0 appij   at the nei
P   0, BILODEAU ,',,    ;.���,��� |���g   Board
The homeaieader is rejuired to per   tUe date of thl- warrant for Ufee land
New Westminster, Nov,
Milli:
1908 - X, ��   We trnln   ei   foi
licen .��� i" sell '��� ���, ���
��� a< ti ria to the cu lie cenl imetei
health department, has '
paign   againsi   dalriei   noi
w'tli  the reg ila Ion i  fi       inltatlotn
of the toi.owing plaw
��� .���..-.��� �� u�� ,' ,    aj
CFOOKED  NtCK"  SMITH
TO  ESCAPE GALLOWS
WILL   ASK   PHYSICIANS
P.*
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i ��� ������,, Th    ...   ti,    :.
'        Ii d immend the ��� it-
ten      ���   if th   ���        tive i lemencj    to
��� 1 Ni        -* i I th   in.I the Italian
Nli ollni, .". ii of .' hom are undi i . i n-
.. nc        death       VI  i    eal.   They will
erve a life term    ai   St,  Vlnceni    de
iltentiarj.
:\  mn Be i ai     the |   treel, ut I he thi al n- n
. ii ��� Infirmary are I
*���
*
11 .^f ' ''A
Hospital  Nurses Poisoned.
Ne >.   Vnri,   No..   ;       Fortj Rv,    u*l
latients  und   , i actlcallj   the en
ii "      ifl  I.   i
New   V
stiff, un ptomaine poisoning.  It
. iii.'I., ii  ('rh ass ���-    an I      :iick, n
li:,.-li  8   rvocl   u Ith  a   |.in.i.nr    :ri,'..    at
.in  M. nd ������    nighl   tli il  caused
.. '   li    -...:- al I.
Son    Born    to   Duchess.
New   York, Nov.   IT.    a    cablegram
i .mi Theorodre i'. Shonts from Paris,
i uci  \' I    hei'    j-eaterday   announce l
ui  had    been    born   to    his
daughti r,  the  Duchess de    Chaulnos
The Imi ���   de Chaulnes died   n    Paris
rt j   fi 'en an oi ��� rdose i    moi -
un a earn-      U)    At leaat six moaUu' residence
.,,     i ���   upon   and   cultivation  of   the land   ,.
ich >!���.,:   for ihree  leara
U')    a nomesteader may, if
lire*   perl    a  the    req itred
dence   lutlea   t_y   livin ���   i a
TO  WEAR BADGES   ,and   owned   mUil}    b?    him.   :
than  eight i   i
Pm i    Me lh      the  vn ian,   ,,i  his ho
ih '��������� .���' ship .:; lam i will n* I
.hi 1 Defen - i     nt, er
:. W   GREENWAY,
<��� Dominion
Lan I*   0!   i-i
28th  .-- -.'���.'.���. i��     ;.",*
rene��
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NOTICE ia herebj  gli n that I   In-,  ..���   ���.  ,,.
ii mlses I'" iwn
tend to apply at the next sluing ����j Hotei,  situated    come.
House Squi re an l Colum
tmlnster,
.i.t'H.
the Licensing Hoard of the   City   ofl,,^,-^ a���������,.., .,���., rviluml
PROFESSION A...
131
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F.   Ii A N 3FO It D.    Barrister.
So'l Itor, etc., Crescent block, New   Wevtminsl
I corner      Q .,,,     ,     aD |      McKenzie
Btreets, New u wtmlnstar  n. C
A.
-VHEALLE1
BARRISTER,   SO-
P       , .S,,, I".
is  , ousld, ring
lans to wea   h    ������-,   ,, ��� treets and j requirement.
���   plai d that >  ���        i.ii    If the father (oi  ���   ���           ���,.,..
, - ntlj .i pei   ,:i Is o ��� .1 to    ii    father Is de   aaed) of .,  ���            . ,..*���
tui  blocki   iefore   nco ni Ing a do<     nas  permuneoi   resident ���        farming
sign. *. 1  owned  aolely  b
v anj tii e he a physic-, than  eighty ;-.,.  acn                     p,
��� i \ ir. oj d   in the "iclnlty of the ,lr	
time mighi   .. ion  a homestead entei   i  for    .  him  WHITESIDE  &   E3DMONDS, Barrl.
II  -; proposed tha   ph in      i      in tlie vicinity, .such ho          ,      :il.iy ��� W    ters and solicitors,  Blackie Ulk.
on  ol   uni,. striking color, .li - Perform his own real   -..  ami     by I Columbia street,   New     Westminster
,;    ,,,,.���, |n ., ,. ,,, (| in  .,���   living wltli the tathw (or mother).      w. J. Whiteside, li. i��� Edmonds.
New   Westminster f<iv a    renew ���
Hi en '��� to sell liquo      -   i >tall on the
i    mlses known as the Russi tl  Hotel
ed    "i Carnarvon    and    B
st reets Lb  the said cl tj ol N'ew
min ster.
F, c. f'.WIl.::1'
Nov, ���;, 190S
the   "''I CH    "i N*
\,'-.   Westm ���������
N
opposite Court Mouse   New Wsstnila
Bter.    i'ii.i:.- ] is.
NOTICE is b [Iven      i
teml  i.i applj   :,i  the nexl
tli.
Notice I.
ti nd to applj
Licensing Boa  I
\\ eutminstei
tu s, l! liquoi
iBes known a
Ituated "�� Fri al
���
Ho
,-..,,.'
New Westminster, Nov.
... WISE.
1908.
nbllc l'i
(4)    Trie term "vicinity" in the two '���
preceding  paragraphs  is  defined    as!MAUT,N & McQUARRIE,  BARR1S-
NEW  CHICAGO   PAPER
EXPECTS  TO   LOSE
M
A homesteadei   Intendlnj
to .
perform  his  resident  duties   iu  ac I
"''   *hile living, minster, fl. C.
Chicago, N'n\    l ���
w ore announced  to i.i - hi  o itab-1
llshmeni of a Dei ioi al i morning ]
nev/spapi r in th cl '_ci oi ding to
the assei tlona ol pi ominont Democrats
flvi capltalli i Itave be n found who
have agreed i ind , n annual lo b
of $25,000 each for two years,    Tliis
would  give the papei   ten years tlme-mjnion i.ands .,, Ottawa, of intention
in which to becoma flrml; establlthed. to apply for patent.
Tin- n I ui a Democratic dally Is ad- \V. w   CORY
mitted hero   . Dem  | Deputy of tha Minister of the Interior
meaning not more than nine miles In ' "*   u'rs' ���oUeftorB. etc.   Offices, New
a direct line, exclosivfl of the width  vtestmlMter,    Trapp    Block,    corn.!
of road afllowances cros i    ,���   r^9 Cterksao and i/irne streets,
measurement ��� ,	
(,.i
George E. martin, Barrister ami
Solicitor, Qulchon   hloek,  Colum
hla and McKenzie streets. N-^w West
I.i,-��� ii .i, ird   of  the  Cl lolIX McNIVE.N &  D  \M^^^^
New  Westminster  for a   renewal    o)   \,.w Westminster, No.
license lo Bell liquors on the preml es,	
known is the Depoi Hotel situated oni    NOTICE la hei
corner cf Columbia and Eighth streets,  tend  to applj  al
in th* said City of New Westminster,  the   Licensing  Board  I
New  Westminster, foi
license io sell spiri:
tail on the preml
NOTICE is hereby given dun  I InALiverpool Arms,   ll
tead to apply at the next sitting of the street, ln  the we "1v.i._.
: Lu-,���using Board of thi   City of    New   Oven'a Block, In the
Westminster for a renewal of license [Westminster, ,,...
W.KX   MATHESON.
No.    '
cordance with th.
with parents or on farming iand o ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ed by himself must notlfj the agent ' w- MYERS GHAY, itarrlster. Solicitor,
for the district of i .,(,n  '    A Curtis block,  Clarkson  street.    P.  O.
Six months' notice In  wril .,.- mul).' Ilox  16!��.    Telephon. 64.
be given to the Commissioner ol Do-!"- " '���
to sell liquors bj   retail on the pr*em- I	
is,'S known as ih" Cosmopolitan hotel,  New  Westminster,
situate on Columbia street, opposite'	
C. P. R. depot, in tbe said City of New     NOTICE Is here., . (1
Westminster. days unci- date we i'"''"'1 ;" :'i',l';vin.
lt thirty
tr       ADVKRT.SR       "M
��� IN ���
TH"E      DAILY      NEW8
ir YOU War. H Situation.
days after date w<
!���'.  s   Hussey, auperinti
cial  Police, Victorl:'.  H.
��� ���'���' ���'' '���  .,
, tua'e
,i. ii. d. Mcdonald,
New Westminster, Nov. '���'. 1908.
                      _ newft] ()l- the liquor
NOTICE is hereby given that I in- for  the  St, Alice   H   '
tend to apply at tho next sitting of the Harrison  llm Springs
Licensing Board for the City of New The HarrlBon Hol Sprl
Westminster for a renewal of license i Qeorge "
to sell llqUOll bj   rota'.] nn the ! rem- Dated Nov. I, 1908
re
al
.it.
trtne ��, M"'r-vr'
*�����'.' a a THUHS*-"-
TJUJi unit.\   Atws.
���..k"
HENRY'S
u, .,      ��� I Tested Stock.
Seeds, Trees, Plants,
l^��CANADA ELECTIONS DOWN
t"--.fcjt-.,���r/.
FOR
\!IM     GARDEN,
INSERVATORY.
.. .  ri asonabic
i'' ��� ,
borers,   scale   or
lamage stock. No
���    to annoy you.
ol of fruii trees
the   fall
trade,
ar,  I and
i
v.    ���
ition from bear
fy
���rr-
, Apple, in leading
-". i   Braall   fruit
home grown ami
50,000 Bulbs for fall
Choice    grass    Beads
tock.    Buy    direct
thai grows.
Bee      Supplies,
. [atertals, Cul    Flow
er   ���
Catalogue Free.
M.J.HENRY
Greenhouses  and   Seedhouses.
3010   Westminster   Road.
VANCOUVER.
-  N'urBery South Vancouver,
.Nurseries
BELOW RETURN WARD
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
('"'        nl Majority inNew
nd Is Reduced -Prohibition Makes Gains.
Sit  .1
Tl
;��� I .
��� a    .   _'.. Nov   18:���-In '-'
In r,   the government oi
.  was returned to office.
-   ar.   yel  incomplete,
follows: Governmenl
���. ���:*���*...: ; ��� ���'��� i
���   WiHlM  -'-   IfKt    ���    Fniltiri ������'-��� Proh,bil "!: ������-���*�� largely increased
|   MuiiiLu    .    LUJl    .- IUUIIU I prohibition ,   timates  thai
for Sale -:��� lo Rent -���- ftr 1 h""lr' '!   pub,lc ho
* v,a   ���   ILU" $ <*l���s,., an . .   numbi i  of w
''"���""l    Boom  ol       agie    bolts.    K-
'" J- VV   11,        & Son, City.
IO..II
J
Ad   :
( lolliStl !'
:;T- 'i .inn - ndepi ndents 2, ln-
con ..... - probably the
majorli. f ,;,. government ha - ;"'' !i
reduci 1 -, faci that Hon. Hol,.':*
McNa ���--. of , ,tIi and agriculture, wa ��� ������ at, ,i . the polls on tl '
local ��� question indicates thai
prohibition was carried iu additional
distrlcl       Lat,   ���   returns    show
The
hat   one
houses wiil ������
holesale li-
ci ... led.
Pi. mil. Ward claims a very sol I
majority, while opposition leaders also
claim to hav, gaini d five seats and
lust   i. le man.
PEN "ENTIARY   SUPPLIES.
Flour.
addi.-.���.-��� d  "Inspec*
i in;,','.a,"   and
:���   -   tor   Flour,"   will
ini i   Monday,  30th  No
.. . di
.  ing Cor tb��.' supply   of
10th   Novem ������ i    I 09,   toi
...
-   '������ Paul Penlf a la
Peniti nti u
P. 11!'. ',' I
��� .  la  Pi nit, ntlary,
. ��� al . nl ai >       Edmonl   i
��� ndi : and Information ���< -
ontract, will be
i thi of
. rQLAS   STEV \1-T
GEO   \\    DAWSON,
I' ' 11  nl ;   ;
Ll IS I    Poi tlon - p mutt, consist-
In. Fillib ;    | ..
rei Dail      .   .     office.
GRUESOME SITKA Fll
SKSTS TRAGEDY
1''   RE.N'l    Seven        :..��� d,  tui nl   .
ground;       i '
-**-'".     Qui     :     Two  Wh.tr.   Men's  Skeletons   Exhumed
111,1   '������:'       ��� in   Excavation for  New  Building
Where ^id  Fur House  Stood.
. I   ika i ���.    Two  aduit
.: men �����   i   exhumed h, re in
��� ��������� ���  ���    new   cable    iffice
ITED���-Work
dress >1       il. Bra Ibui y, p  O., CUj
.11.   .. GIRL   V, ANTED    \.
'.'������ ���.   253,   Citj
I' l).
TO   RENT    Furn rooms     from i Workmen   first  uncovered   a   decaying
$1.50    ���- Sti im  hi aled . ,,   ���   , ,        ,        eleton
ba ���        , i conven overed. Th,   bodies ���    . ���   a i\
ply the Vi ndome  or to Mi        r, ������ .        ;, ;., ;    un li        round.
form
i.
ALL   .-.in lo     "l
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treet, P,   i   Box . I.
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TO    RENT    Sui rnishi .
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TENDERS
WANTED    Pu
dolin;     :��� mo ���   i ��� I
Box   18", City.
Wl.Vi'KH    S ..  lng   Ol
Kngllsh woman.   Apply Box 931
TO LET - Furnishe I bed _pp
i l.  Dickenson ?:���.,���'���<. th,   Cn
\V .NTEDGood  plain    Sewing    i
done     *���     s   Mrs, .1.  S . A   ���
P  ��� ���   Box 937.
having been in  the - ound
I'm.I  :,,.. .     e the 1 ��� ' - .
of a Ru ' iy.
tainl       mething i ither
out th" tin i   in thai  it    re '
ds thai prevaile l
-   in  Alas ca   . i e /do is to the applic u on
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Dr. C   C. (trie, e, who examim d the
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FOR   RENT    Furnl ��hi '
oon   .   close  In;    beautil i
furniture for sale.    Enq     ���   i oom 7
11in
H   .Jed   fo,   SiDeria  In   Balloon.
Lund,       Nov,     ; ��� nam
. ���     ! i ���   . ..    ' . I .
......  a   .
ii    lon ol  a  .  ��� VESTMINSTER EMPLOYMENT   will
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and <m application to i
��� i ,n Vernon,
n li . .n ; an   nol Ifle I
io   be considered unh   -
���'  ���     the j rlnted   form  sir
: with     ���       -H tual
li     must   be a, i onipanled
ed cl eque on a chartere I
��� able to  the orde - ol
the Ministei of P
il to ti n per cenl   ' 10 per
amounl  of   the  t< n lei
.. forfeited  if !l"* I ';
.a., to enter Into a i on
. i alii .1 upon  i" d"  -"��� '
, omplete the work con -
leronaui Mr. Gaugr.ti
box  807     Can supply you  with all   and Ci
kinds of help    promptly,    tree    of *-���*������                w   '
charge    Branch office, 107 Cordova   named   I'urn ' *��� *���
street  west, Phone a 27"."   Vancou     Belgium   tl ''""":i-   ���"'!   passing
o>      .,-1 many, they  i ouni   i ..
ovi    R ��� ���         rhe plan
descend  in  S a <      F
ends  upon
AOENCY* - 1'nder new mana ��� mi
266 Columbia Btreet, Phone '���'���'''��� P ''
ver.  R. C.
Japanese Employment Agency
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male   .ind   Female   Heip   Promptly
FurmF'-.ed.
COLUMBIA     and     McNEEuEY    STS
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
ohone   431. P. O. 6o��   RSH,
i
lng   In    h
, ,   ion   they   ti ���
if the tender be noi ac   ,j, { j j li-H"!".*"..' IIII! -I--T���T���T"
��� :i'.pi,- win be returned.      ��J��
-...-in does nu! bind itsell
��� ��� th" invest ur any tendi        V
nnli r,
S'AP. TESSIER,
Secretai-
hi ,,i  Public Works, Ottawa   ..
i, 1908
papers will not le paid for IhlBI"t"
i   v.      ��� *
��� emenl  if tbey  In-serl  U  witn* 11
thoritj from tho Department.     \*��
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QOQKSLEY'S
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POST CARDS
������HE NOW  ON  SALE  AT
M   MOREY'S STATIONERY  STORE
'  G-   GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    ���nd|*f
Thi* rAlR," Columbia  Street.
���THATS  OUR
BUSINESS
Every order placed with
us means a satisfied customer.
OUR [WORK SATISFIES
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT
Rates on work of any description or quantity quoted
on application.
:: Jackson & Morrison i:
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Daily News Block
Westminster. Phor
*t��I"l"ti|I"Il>t"M"i">,'t":t">"l","I"I"y
Ministers Off   ,o   England.
,.;    wa,     * IN     siv    r-
Borden,   ni     - ���     ol   militia,   will
from   Sew   Vork  for  England bj     the
Kl|lle|   , iving   im   Satu   I
,,  n    v>    g      .... ding,    mln'stei
li,,.,,,,. Intends crossing  the  Al
lantic .''."I   -v-H    '   ���lll!?,'"  ""   B' ''
.. i.,,u>      vii     Fielding's    Bailing    i
rangemi nts nave   noi    yei been com*
I (,iii   li"   will   leavi   within   the
next i. �� days
PROSPECTUS
Piit Lake Brick and Cement Conipany, Ltd
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
E,
... n authorizi ,i
articulars:
ption 1��   ii
..main  .      ..  foi   t,
will  be is. in
.... .    .
... above Company I hereby subi
Capital, $100,000.    One thousand  shares at 11OO.C0 each  at  car.
.......    ilication
��� n H   ���'       ii   .   ised.   Should the amo	
, of shares  appl ed fo
��� ' -  previously to tii      , gis i i   .... of i
$40,000    ani
:
H. I    S'ayloT	
D McKechnie, Yam
E. P. 1 	
Di   .1   VV. Tin mpson, Vani
\y. il. Keary 	
T.  S    Hall.  M    11	
w. (,   Schro, Ier	
J.  E, Allan   	
Jose] l; Reich, nbach 	
ster.
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 ,1
500.00
German  Spy  Arrested.
Brest,   Fiance.  Nov.   IV���The   poltCi
4,fhere have arrested Wilhelm Von
Braun, a lieutenant reserve In the
German imperial guard, who occupies
a judicial l'osition In Berlin, on the
charge of Immoral practices. From a
cursor)  examination    of    voluminous
V correspondence found in Von Braun'sj
* j rooms   In   one  of   the   In St  hotels here. -
-Ttlie  police state that  In  their opinion,
he Is ais,, engaged in espionage.
,r       ADVERT ISH.       ������-��
���  IN ���
HE     Daily     news
^CREASE  Yon,*  BUSINESS.
Balloon  Race Falls Down.
Los Aug. les,  Nov.  L8.���The    trans-!
continental   balloon race  between thej
','. two big balloons America and United;
J     New Westminster. Phone 388    J; States is    off.     It     .nded    where    It,
"  .-started.    The  United  States was    t**��-' ]
pla>thing  of   variable   winds   and   ihe'
  oecupunts of the basket  gave up    thei
"    ___,---      -�� struggle  to  gel  over    the mountains.
tr       /il)vl_K i mr.
^ I   Iff..       UCBUCWiqj      at     v,aa.a.a.a_        	
"".      y      tf e w S      curing an automobile  drove    to  this
If  You've FOUND Anything.
an	
S   \' in an da I, ��� 	
**:    [forth  	
John A. Mi 	
Chi rles  E   Dol 	
VI      F. P. Bishop	
VI -s  Eagle	
Edwin R. 1       erald   	
White n Shi . * 	
NO  APPLICATION  WILL BE   RECEIVED AFTER TEN DAYS FROM THE ABOVE  I
The offlc. s of the Compan ���   . ��� " i       i Irown  Bank, 24i i   Streel
B. C.
Present  Directi   - ��� I   the (    npati    are:
F. J. FADER,   Lumberman, Presic-nt and  Managing  Director.
J. REICHENBACH. Wholesale Meat Merchant. Vice-President.
J.  E. ALLAN. Bank Manager. Secretary-Treasurer.
H.   P.  NAYLOR, Vice-"res df:-it   Eerg Machnery   Manufacturing  Co.
W.  J.  WHITESIDE.  Solicitor,
BANKERS���NORTHERN    CROWN    BANK.
Tne  Solicitors of the Company are Whiteside &  Edmonds.  New Westminster,  B. C.
Anj   person g .-,- i   ome a Direi he i   mpanj   upon   ipplication   -
e a :
..i,   _." per cent, u] on  ap      i and   20  per   i ��� a:
It  13 proposed to issue th
in . aid.
The propertj t<, tu
-   " in area of 214
* i ���    lui'Lil,.   ol     ..i.l   : :
over lis  Known as Timber Berl    No.  100 ited on I'i't
N'ew   Wes min a - ��� two  mineral claims situated    in
om 3000 feel b;   1500  eel  wide, and  known a_    the    silicon
n No. 1, an . Si ic ti Clai      ���     2, v hich whi n i   - wn granted en the Coi      ay to al
the minora] und, ��� ' ovincial Gi n   ol British Columbia,     ��� ierth
���    ers all th,   rights to all  the ther, dd area mentioned   ��� . . ���   has abundance ��� to sup-
���  plant with fuel and timber : yean       come.
Thi   propertj  is situati . ad ... Piti Lake which ls tana  of about twent; elghl mlb
���;i" Citj ol New Westmnisti fo lon    all    the    ��� -     ��� ind fur-steam boat*  md -    ���;  boats
ami    .    .    and has an ideal harbor \ the s will be erei ���   tte on the �� i 1    _
peri ,        lepoait of clay ,    a cement na  ire which ls ver;       esslble, the bench ol cla      elng   over
feel high above th,     \ ter, which    .-       easj  access to excavation     Thi   claj i tioned
Is between : ��� ��� :     p-_   ..-���   from 300 to SOU feel wide .and affords a   natural  incline   for  transportation
f       -      bank   o the plant which will be a dista  ce i    i   oui only 100 feel from ...   sho e,   Thi   clay lias
n  th sted  by the  Berg Machinery   '���' irlng   Company, of Toronto, which w-,s reported ot, in
��� ���-.. is follows by H. P. Naylor,
;      Pitt   Laki   Brick & Cement   Company, I,   Sew   w         aster,   ���'��� -
Gentlemen,���1    herebj      ������     leave to i   * to >-ou thai  I havi   on thi  ith day of Octobei      OJ  exau
th.      u en    abi ������   mei      ied in you on Piti Lake  tnd have found the  material on
ih   same a   y r si nl to u* foi                    M i".   J. Fadi r, ol N, w  w. stmlnster, which h        ������ >     ���         ��
o sa        Some few months aj ���     i\*er,     ent 1            .,       to plan!     y Mr. E. J. Fader t<
ng.    \\.                                               i clay i      alned properi , ��� .������ ., verj   unusual  aatun   i
...          aeci            tor tl                   ol   P ad '������ment.    We found bj   di   ing In a rotar;
ii                            a e could u, i  ���- It wil   uni  bui uing tl                                 i our '               u anj
b  . ���    ��� stremelj  i igid and ol  gri al    iii.    ���       ��� and
so u u-porou    such as we havi .������'.'   Brich   and  Cement  Companj   and         mped
-.;.   compan . nun. . .                 lm rj   Manul      irin   i'- mpanj   I
��� ,                pii                      ,.- i . m . ,.. manufai ture of -*11 *���     rick al  a cost i
;        .    , a .               ....       ���   ���   I  ���',   -                  of Practli      .'���    ... eof 1      n
th
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Id. nt  Bi   .   VI danufactu
tO    s   ;	
.1.1' Esq., New   V, ���
It--...  Sir,    I beg
... to the fire test:
I-, ,
, - ni   -il,. a  brick >ui.min, d bj ���     fire test was e     eei,
, .. ,.,,.   ... i;,,i i ; .n,.,    .   ,   ,.  i temperatun   ranging    etween  i300 and   1400 degrei   cei        ������   i     -.T_
to 250 b'ahn nhelt foi   ;   .    o       ivithoul  dlsini The on     ... . ��, , . ���
ie brick du,    i    nlj to th,   i earn from thi   wa       o   combination i tstlc  ma-
...... in m\ opinion a bullditi .-".1 ol  this brick wou      withstand   the  deatnn Ive  action
can therefore be tied with perfeel    atety,        YourB faithfully, .1. n 'SUI. I.IVAN   F. v. s.
.,..;, ,  n from thi      ov.  repon  thai  the brick Intended to be manufactured        he PU    Laki
,.,  ..;,���    Company, Ltd.. ean b,   placed on the markel at such a price thai no, other pressed brick mantt-
...  in   ...    in com pi  i   with it,
ention of th.   Compianj   tu proceed  ..iiii tho erection "i the plant  at  the earliesl   opportui
....    ,.: ......      i. ���    ..   inn sh Colum i.i and other places where  ' markel can he had.    Mr   ;.
,   pad) d P       I to        Companj  thi   wholi  of iiis Interesl  In thi   said property as above mentioned foi
,abli  a cash, and $28,000 lu   ��� .,   the Companj      Vpari      rom
this Mr. E inscribes io I     Comi m    foi   S20.000 treasurj   Btock, which  he agrees  lo paj   within  two
This proposal ti. ���'   Ption, I     iclievi       j   mosl  expert men i me of the ;"'s'  brick  pn
thai    ii lm un the loci ������    'u    tool thai   th,   brick lu question is a  watei
proof i        wi   ..now, cana oun wholi   I Q|      ���    i  mada, and haa all the quall-
. of a i'n.-- ��� ; uiil a" ���     ������ ������  reporl by  Mr.H   P   Naylor, it ha*- a crushing test
test ol   ,740 jiouads to the sqitan  Inch, whi      | doubtful    it   any  other brick    m de   can    equal,    M'tut from
this, it Is a handsome brick an I �� ;< make ��   ,.-i,   ,. -       fll Ung
Tli,   suiscribei can ���.- ��� ���'���   ti ii     he ,"-��� ol the manufacture ateed    bj    tie     Berg    Macl
Manufacturing Company, nami     M*00 pei   J whai an ��� .-. nx       i ofli there made rrom the propostl on,
, ,.ii.,hi, ii.,.. ii,,. taci thai our Ioi il pressed   irick -j-mi S< ��������� i        I  li   ,laci ��� ti on the markel abov, I
., thousand, idaces lib In a ,������     ���"   's you     IU  readllj   *���������   to    n  those prices  In   two,  if nei   ssarj     and    thi I
make 300 pei ceni   on oui   ,i't, and i    ��� ison   wh      .���   people ol Westmlnstei   should   permll   I
outsldi   public   " take up thl_    i  whei ��� >���    '    heir door a proposition  which cannoi    ������ surpassed    t>\
anj   which have been f d In  BritUili Columbia    I bavi alreadj  form al i impanles here thai the pu
lie of Ni u   Weatminstei know    md bav,   ..,, i   for foreign capitalists enormous  Bums    "f    mon.',    which
should have remained al horoi     Thla is the firs; time -hat I have formed ��� company In \. a  We mi,Ins,, , .. ,f
asked the jiresenl public lo n-rib****, and i ����d: you i*, plainly understand mar I am nol doing bo with   thi  i
Jecl  of coaxing  -uu Into tbi   proposltias    I   i"i memb  pffeTing it to you ass good, solid, bona Rde investment,
an,i  I  am  giving  ������"" ""   '"  Jm":ii>"       " suii.sc.r.i.c and at the same time  knowing that  the stock   will   he
readily Mitacribed within thirty days iu ��i,. Beat i therefore consider those who hav- the money to Invest
should not lose the opportun ai '>>i?'i' Is n����t the RiixVes. doubt that this Company will pay enormous dividends. Work commenced <>'��� ',l' tr*"l"<' ta* week, and a gang of men is now clearing a site for the plain and
o|h'iiIiir ln_rge <-iitts Into the clay, ���*" thai ii��iffors m.,.v hav.- an opportnnitv of visiting the property and seeing
for theirinetlvi'M at any ilnie.
Th.- Oompanj anticipates having fhe pl��nt raaafag within nix months from the at.ove date, and you thel -
lore  should  BOl   iiiIac  Hie opportunity cf netting  In  yonr application  at an early date.
Samples of the brick and clay may be ��jen ti my office at the Northern Crown Bank, New West minster,
and any Turilwr lnfornnailiui 'h.'-t any snirstcrib'T wish-'" to know. I shall be pleased to give them su,-h particulars at tny ofTloe.
I.m!k>s ot  gtgtlemeh are invited to suhacribe. (Signed.) e. .1. FADER. Promoter.
PITT  LAKE BRICK   ANO CEMENT   COMPANY,  LIMITED.
To the Director* ttt the Pitt Lake Brick A. Cement Company, Limited, New Westminster, b. o.
GtaUtltttnn,���1 hereby make application for snare., in the above nam^d Company of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars eacb, and nqu.st you to allot m.. that number of shares; and I hereby agree to accept
the same or any similar number that mny be allotted to me, and pay for the same as follows:
Twenty p,*r cent, ou the sinning of this application; and 20 per cent, monthly until paid.   And I authorize
you to register me an the bolder of the said shares.
Name In full
Address	
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pul>-
listiius Company, Limited, at' their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New  Westminster,  B.  C.
E,
A.  Paige Managing
Director
<MI^O-j^^^��>
";ii--a��_--tf**'v
THURSDAY,' NOV.   19,
1908.
PURE  FOODS.
The cost of what .u cut is not of so
much consequence as iis purity. ��u
Know that in the preparation and
handling of our food stuffs, whether
staple or animal, nothing is left undone to protect it from contamination
is just, what we are after. If the inspection of a few boxes of apples is
necessary to protect the public health,
how much more is it incumbent upon
the Provincial government to cause
the efficient inspection of the meats,
vegetables and milk offered for sale
and consumption. When meat is
placed upon the market that the passerby can see is until for human food,
the City Health Inspector is called!
u
h
consumption In the shape of meats
thai is not washed with
when ii is slaughtered, i
kepi free from germ laden influences,
thai is not conveyed in clean vehicles.
Government inspection of th��- foods
should nol cease with the labelling by
the inspector, i* should go forward to
the storage, the vehicles used, and the
l,;,lulling of th, food, and where such
precautions are not taken as to con-
duce to the public health, the public interesl should alone govern and those
who cannot provide thorough cleanliness suffer the consequences,
11 may be that in the cleanup sonie-
one will fee] hurl and suffer loss, but
this should noi  prevent the public de-
>ii,1 for pure food being mot.
in orchard inspection and fruit, but
for some reason the Columbian refused to insert anything reflecting ou
the capitalists of the government officials, If it had been anything hearing on the old chestnut of Laurier and
| Loot,  I  guess it  would have boen inserted   with   thanks.
At the present time, we do not know
I what to do to be in the right, according to the inspectors' point of view.
l.i.ii spring we bad a so-called expert
inspecting the orchards, this man not
knowing a pear from an apple tree,
notified us to spray with lime sulphur and salt to be followed immediately with double strength Bordeaux at the time trees were in blossom, yet at the same time the government bulletins advise using the same
solutions only while the trees are dormant. This fall on the 15th of September the I!. C. Fruit Growers' association held a meeting her,- and on the
Get the Habit
Try This
For Your
i>nn and invariably condemns It, but  |""\ l ..
ow much is there entering into daily   lOCKcl S
-  of   meats
hai   is   noi  kJC_.K(3
secretary, VV, J, Brandrith, being aske
f0r advice as to the best varieties ol
topples -to plant tor the Vancouver
trade, promptly and ln all the earn
lestue ��� iH' *1, "Ben Davis." An;
thing Is good enough, yet when we
semi appl, a ���'* ������''"' perfect as it Is
possibli " -'" :l1''1*1- we find, ac
cording    i the Inspectors, they are in
spected   i    i ' inner '������' pests.    I
n-ould III ��� " ; v Editor, to push th,
Idea of holding a public me,'tine and
I have not thi ightest hesitation in
saying If suffic}< ���' notice is given
that the same will be attended bj
representatl ��� tu every district in-
the Fraser valle:
ll.  B,  PHILLIPS,
Mount  Lehman, Nov. 16, 1908.
FRIDAY, Nov. 20
WANTED
C.   A.    MARSHALL
PRESENTS
WILLARD MACK
���AND
MAUDE LEONE
In the New Vork Success
ON PAROLE
Alex^Speck^Sporting Goods\p
Guns and ammunition, footballs,
umbrellas, typewriters, tislting tackle
etc.. and all kinds of light automati,
machinery repaired.
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St.       "Man on the Wheel."
THE
R��yal Cafe
���'��� u i.
Representative to sell our high
grade made-to-measure clothing.
Prices reasonable, Satisfaction guaranteed. Fine line of s,amples, literature, etc.. furnished free. Liberal offer to right man. Unless in business
Inclose testimonials with application.
The Consumers' Tailoring Co., Toronto. Ont.
Th.
Hcst   Military  Drama  Written
a  Decade.
A  Story of the South  in  1865.
Prices $1.50, $1.00. 75c. 50c and 25c.
PEA MEAL
CURED
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Four horse power engine,
i ine straw cutter.
One '"i1 tor express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and
becond band goods,
SPECK & CRANDELL
Speck Block,  Near Tram  Office.
Phone 275.
CHOICE   MEATS
Ent
Pro
ipe'y   New   M
etnent
Prietr*-:'s,     MR*.
B  QUlc*   SERV,CE
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Br. :
Lunch
Dinner
Ughl
Meal Hours;
ll
Ki'l'i -
Orders B(
ii
[)��� ui.
and Shon
hours
0pEN   ALL.   NIGHT.
phon . 373
Dominion    Tru���    B,ock
If you ar,   a  careful  rea I
om-  ads.  you   will  often  get    the
chance to save your poi kei   book
a  good deal bj   tatting a I rantage
of our  specials,    VV,-   have    one
every daj  ��� something or   other is
offered cheaper than  usual  price. Kreakfast ?
We offer ������Cobalt" Blue bread and j
butter   plates   at  Te   each     today
only.    \nw is your c'hanc .
Do you  enjoy a slice of
delicious BACON for your
We have just received a
AT THE
P. O. liox
Central Meat Market
Corner Eighth St.  ana    Fifth Avenue
PHONE.   *-t/-0
BOWELL &  ODDY,  Froonetor*
C.   Hamber
ACCOUNTANT  AND  AUDITOR
Estimates   Submitted
..We
Iron
stminster..
Works
The Fair
THE B. C. ELECTIONS.
i'ii,   report of the elections In Brit-
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
"Hiiiidquarters of Santa Claus"
Tomorrow's     Special���Maple      Leaf
"We buy for cijsh
ame."
and sell
Ish  Columbia seems  to indicate  that
thai   province   has  no  other   -.bought
now except a white British Columbia
and  thai   the   people of  thc   coast   a"ej Cups and Saucers 90c a Dozen.
opposed to aay government that does
not go madly into this -tame of rooting
oui all the Asiatic- with an axe.
The policy of the Laurier administra-
t ion has b, ��� n ine an I -.\ ise, The Al-
bei ti clleves in a white British Columbia ��� . Uberta an I a white
Canada, Bui li does noi believe in
sacrificing all th, pro\ in,-,., an -
entire mothei Ian i win n the .- tme ob-
l , an be achh .   I wlti ou ni
��� :. ::��� and sacrifices
Hen   ,-  whal   th, ni   a
,   dom     it ha    m  eased the
��� ��� 11 '   i . ithing '
���   n l. m-'
the Chine ���   Imm gratl n, ,   has
no airing the Hui-
rom  Brltl      i      i    ia,     il   it  Is
her and ��� xcl ding i       ' -
no te I  it,  if. li Ish  Co-I
.
The Ja ian, -   ; roblem ha.-* been han- i
tae .md with
��� ���--���   much  success.    The    Dominion
erni   ni    lad  an  Impi rial  duty to
'"in In this matti ,    jjjS
ided  In   lu
..::- thi   ...   . ��� : anese
nto B ll sh Col :;..'.::.   '.'. h ���     ould be
tor}-?
The pi ipli of British l
..,*-��� :
ladt-w. .    -
-    ..���        ol
consignment   of  Pea   Meal
Xured   Breakfast   BACON,
which is without equal for
quality and flavor.
HOWARD &
The Malleable
Sole Agents ";
HARDMAN & CO,
A Hardman.    A.James.   J. McClughan
STOVES.      TINWARE.       PLUMBING
AND   HEATING.
Front Streel    Trust Blocl
Notary   Public
Room   10.
New   Westminster
Conveyancer
Brine   Block
JOHN   REID,  Proprietor,
Matr:': 0j
| Wrought    iron   Gates,   hence.,   CrW
Ings,  Balcony Railings, and
Fire   Esnpes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and  Worki:
p.o.box 795 renth strei
New WRstmlnster
F. CRAKE[afc ��air ^
I �����.__._ ��� a _
K
' Telephone 54.
P.   O.   Box 665
MUIRHEAD wing  Yuen  Co.
Pure Food Supply Co.
BURR SLOCK
LADIES'   AND   GENTS'  TAILORS
Suits  made to  Order.
Columbia    ,in;!    Mclnness    Sireeis.
English  Watchmaker
Two   door*   from    Geo.  Adam*,   Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watcnes from 112,75 up
Gentlemen's silver Watch****** open
face, ��6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver watcnes, dcubln
case, $7.50 up.
Agent for the celebrated South Bond
Watches, supplied to the We'.hnan
Arctic  Kxnedition.     \11 warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.. etc.
Watch repairing; cnarges reasonable
Massage  and   Scalp Treatment   ;
Specialty
Corner of   Sixth   am ColumD.a.
OET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE  11'
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and   3 ick -��� Street
P
ennsylvania
acksmitns
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BEST   QUALITY
'BANFF"   ANTHRACITE   COAL
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Phone   105.
liUCTCD
P. O. Box   3*45
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hut wa    ��� :       id of It,    Ti ���
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two     .   r-    ,
'algai'.'   /Vl! ���-* .-
We're showing Three Dollar and a Half
shoes that will surprise everv man that
wears moderate priced shoes and who ha*
never seen our $3.50 shoes.
Meii's fine Blucher cut boots, made of box
calf, with two double soles through to the
heel, a boot equal in many respects to a
regular $5 shoe.   Our price ^3.50 a pair.
Men's fine Vici kid Bluchers, made with
neat kid top, fit for the best dress r in
town ; $3.50 a pair.
Men's heavy kangaroo - grain Bluchers,
made with a hand-rivetted, double solid
sole, leather sole, and waterproof; $3.50
a pair. *
tii OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH
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20   to   30   Styles J
POST   CARD  ALBUMS!
They go this week
rrf | One-third Off Regular Price |
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|   Booksellers ��1 itioi era N< le-'s '{
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HEAiliv
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STOVES
li vo i wanl a heati r foi   of    ir hard i oal   ir  ���
'���>\4". , Florani     Oxford Oah i,     n I ome In o    ���
heavy niekle i Immlng .    ���......   ran '!ir ''
Du  nol   font,':   to call   in  .in i   Inspecl   our 03
Ranges, the ranges that rive real genu! e BatUfaction.
T. J. TRAPP & CO..
(Correspondence
.:,
FRUIT INSPECTION.
.  Dttil)  Ni
:in.    I   '���'.-    '.���  ,-.   . ��� ii h   ;.:��� ��� ��� i   on
iking over the  Dailj   News  of  ilie
.   i liai your iiaiicr I ..i   egan    .1 ake
.  th,   question  ol  the    mannei    111
v.in. 1  in.     1....   lona of the  Hortlcul-
1 1 .   aci   ..-  being  carried  oui   ..1 1 he
; 1-.  .ni tim..    I ha. 0 be in I. ��� In
1.   ::,,,. ���., expose 'he arbltrarj way
In ���. Ida 'a" Imj ector   are acting both
11 J. J. MacKay & Co. I
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s
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.������ym'y
-�������n****
GOING UP
,,i- town you
Ingi 111 which ou   "'���'' ''
eldg MS'"I.    C mi'
from now and thej will
Btandlna    ���    I    '
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By they were bu
mlldlng thai   ���
Ittle attention  m
Bei ...�� building mal
!.. gland.
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd
,11-,. the cheape l In
alng ns welbas In ,!
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ICity News!
Starts THURSDAY
Mr smith wno recently   returned   from the  ea           ihased
[rom the mills at practically his   iwn   .rice, over |1   000 worth
ot seasonable merchandise.    Thla       ��� ��� ent will be offered   to
the public al prioes uuver before heard of In    the we I     We
...,,,. to make this sale the most  I .   ed oi eveni  from
to Blalni    If values talk our Bpecial   .  .-���
.
speak
Mission
eloquence
Dress lioods at less than cosi of manufacture
$1.25 and $1.50 Suitings for 50c yd.
Inches wide, guaranteed
Knock cover ott a tox of "B.
i C." clga       ad try oue.   It will make
it "hit." ���*
All Ron ,.-,.. . B*are asked to attend a; M quare thia evening for
a practlci   5 ime.
....
Gamon ,-     ;, city Mixture. "
Dr,   Kelb r   o(  Skagway,  is >n
citj   mui. i.    :, shorl stay at the
the
Bus*
.1 sell   hotel.
;. rdaj ���"��������� the Hoy,al Columbian ho hemorrhage from the
wound. Th, i angements for the
funeral havi ,,., been completed.
Good  po i    ���      ;.
Kyle's, Fro i.
cents  per sack.
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Clear Hv, ma eigars of exclusive
in,'in the Brlllante," made by the
B. C. Cigar factory. **
A meetiu
be held this
hall.
of the lioard of trade will
evening at the rooms, city
Detective   Eli   Stodgill,    for   manj
j ears a in, in ,<���,- of the Winnipeg
police department, is visiting thia city
while spending an extended holiday on
the coast.
Clearing out crockery ware at cost;
Kyle's, Front street.
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���^���������������������^^������������������^^������������������������������������������'������������������������������������������������������^
) Prices Cut in Two j
a. W
���  .
a, -
I Ends of Rolls in Inlaid Linoleum
���
���        $1.50 line for, per square yard  "5c
| $1.25    "   "     "       "       "     69c X
1 $1.00    "    "     "       "       "       50c %
V       -.'. , MUST BE CLEARED OUT. v ,
\ LEE,'S
: Mammoth Furniture  Emporium
��� LEE'S BLOCK, COLUMBIA STREET,   NEW  WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
��� Opposite Lorne Street.      Phone 73. ���
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Mr.   and   Mrs.   diaries    Green,    of
Penryn, Ca . who have spending som..:
time-In the city as guests of Mr. and;
Mrs. Alex Ferguson, Third avenue, left
rhe best idace to get fall bulbs and | for their home yesterday, intending to.
II wool,   in    tin.
Chevrons,   Panama*.   Vei      in Roxanes, etc
;-:,..-- .nni  n.-.-.-e-t design             i . ason;   ...
tlar $1 25 an I $1.50  valu .>���:���  yai i
$1.00 Louisienne Silks for 49c
larl
Some
��� [OO
.   50c
first-class   cut    dowers    is
greenhouse.   Tel. B20_.
Davies
**!
The steamer Trader brought In **
��� tir quantity iboul 25 tons, of produce
,m her   rip ��� ��� -'��� rdaj.
visit   Seattle
. Tacoma
and    Portland
en route.
Cut flowei
*._ and bull
_.-* of all Kind.--.
Tidy.
*<���
.1:11  and all n. W sha I
11.00 per yard.    Beau
taa -owns and evening wea
in tli
iUS     (in:   :.
Regu ..
All .!  '.: ���:   handle "B
The
i rand
i'    and ' Old
old
  I   I
Stupendous Bargains in the Staples Dept.
.,, .   ���   ;  yards of Batin I      '    1 Tabli   Damask ai     per
 29c
Ini hi - n 'de, three-quai ���������        i h, gu irant, i d all  p in
��� ; ..-��� regular. Daintj tl n il   Ie3igns and satin finish
���������;��� yard 29c
2000 yds. Striped" Flannelette for 6c yd,
,i:,  .: iu'ci-.-. this |       .,     _ This  is a  line of
.   strong, soft ti" shi,;  sti lp< i   ' n i< ��� tti      Wo - i   10c
.. ���   yard.   On sale al aid     6c
on  flannels, resular 10c pei     ird, for   6c
Women's tashmere tiose at half price
Reg. 40c values fnr 25c pair
1 ���..   .....        meeting ol  thi   trades
an |  la  or council will be held to    i
row evening at the Odd Fellows* hall.
Empire cream  sodas,
n.    Kyli 's, Front street.
< en'
After tl idgi in w as i om-
pleted last evi ning al th, Roj i
remplars ol Temperance vigorou
���i idrei t ,vas given Lj P ncipal Sipprell, ol Co imbia ... ,oi be principles oi temperance, 'i. I tor's ad-
a his ial i arm st manner, and was listeni    to   rl h k, -.n In-
ier| teres..
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A sociei 5     for  the    pve. ��� ution    oi
At. St. Georges hall yesterday    the , ,.,.,le.it>- to animals i    being organized
;eneral    meeting    of    the    Anglican L    thig c(tJ   ge_ yell known bust*
llocese of .New Westminster \_ias com-j n-s-a men havlng taken ,:���. mutative
in the matter. The first meeting, a*
which offici is wil] be electe I, will
The Westminster Liberal associa-1 take place early nex reel. Several
��� ion meets in the clab room corner recent cases ol neglect of animals.
Columbia and McKenzie streets, every more particularly among the live
seconed and fourth Thursdays at S p.m. | stock brought to th, city market for
,1, welcome. A. E. I sale on Fridays, have had a great -deal
Kellington, president; .1. W. -Mac
Donald, i ecretary.
Joints for the
Family...
MUTTON  VEAL
PORK
Best Farmers'
Pork Sausages
Bologna and
Head Cheese
McMcnemy & Anderson
Phone 192       Pacific MR.it Market      Columbia St.
tnenced.    The session   was  spent    in I
strictly diocesan  business.
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Second  hand  HEATERS  at a
Snap.
to do with
socletj.
the; organization    uf    the
j Hantaan, James & McClughan ���
Kul sort, plain si amiess
,;   half original cost; all siz*-
iiosiei j.     ought   by
.,'������ have th'em ,,n sab  al
 :5c
1000 Children's Handkerchiefs for Ic each
v.;     fancy b u d<
.  1c
The ' racl al Lytton has now be n
completely sei in position and trains
arc* running over* as usual. Tuesday's
transcontinental did not get In til!
! esterdaj al 10 a.m.
A   mi ���' ng  ol   the Childn n's   v. i   I
,   ��� . be held al   b
���     ��� .     .1 3.  C,  A.  Welsh,    Sixth
,* afternoon a*
For sale���Seven roomed house,
bath room, pantries, closets, woodshed; horse stall, carriage house;
fruit trees; on full lot. For further
particulars apply to owner, 192 Eighth
street. **
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Coi. Front and Sixth Sts.
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��� ���������������<. ���������������������������������������������'������������������������^������^������������*4'**������'I' ���-<.������������������
Millinery Notice.   Special
���  \. d tys, every
m in ! wlll be racal i -
:u mis departmenl ��11
$3.75 Walking Skirls ior $1.50
��� and twen    I
75 and $-1
ml Cloth Skirts, sti let
nous selection to choose
;olng for $1-50
W.   Salt   I ,
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'   ii hopes ' > erei    d \: : ��� n
rhe I.. _    . rick,
, .stantlall;      bui   .
i.m, or cen -
Architei     ...   '<
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T. li. Smith's
Great Trade
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��� -K^c.*^o*��co*o*o*o*o*o*o   W+yJ+O+O+O+OO+O+O+O+O+D+O
.Mayor Keary has b    . inform   !
overnmen Vic
toria 'ii.   anj    .erson wi h ng   ,. .- -
od       -...-:    of
���   in,..       . ers fn r._ tha
���- n   exh
Sin       '' ��� .*.     at
the thre
\u. reduced
��� .     - .    prlci - should  be mad
., :;i   to the mayor's office as soon  a
^^^^^H      *  de, so thai the government may be
Informed   what   the requirement   will
th .- lng   be.
will try .   -���*       Al- !...__���
b, rt Ham;'"  I   tgainsi th ��� Tim-
.   , om] an;  :'"- Injury to his propertj
i   damming  up  the  Campbell   river ^^^^^^^
the O* *'u' younger girls of the city under
flooding of his land and th    ^^^^
set  at     ^^_^^_^^_^^^^_^^_^^__
.-���.. Jones. A program ot" twenty dunces
' was carried through, and a most   en-
o a   ������ time was spent.    A good program of music  was    given    ty    tlie
I dental discharge of    a gun    at    Pitt itra.    The  Royal    City    society
Meadows on Tuesday, only survived a : W; j thoroughly represented, and
of Our fWottos:
���::.
us,.-
evening  *
At St. Georges    hall    last
were ov.-r eighty couples ;.t   a
\   ",   successful dance given hy t_om*-
thereby,   it is   alleged.   ^^ Qf, the t,atronage ^ j. h. Diamond, A.
  ..Eddy, G.  Bruce  Corbould  and  Dr.
his   wife.     The   damages     are    se;   Jt
$1000.
ter Reddidit! the sixteen  year
,(1 v.ho was injured by the acci-
y
We specialize this part o(   >ui
business and cai intee
isfaction to our customers.
Can:?-
d  Goods
ved
We have just    r     ive I    an-
, ar - .,'.    ol  the    ��� "-nous
Tartan Bran i Cann   I    Goods���
F   .:*  and Vegetables.    Be
t.i tn these goods before buyin .
ot_h* rs.
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Public Supply Stores GEOprA0^MS
Columbia   Street.        New   West minaur,   B.  C.        Fhone  92.
.  hospital, dying : es-
Quality
ize
maii guests acknowledged the capital
cements   made    by   their
::.is.
ALL A.MERIGA Shoes possess certain unique
ts of merit which WE know will appeal
o YOU if vou areas particular about the
is you wear as we are about the .noes we
We Sell A5*! America Shoes
as tell you, young man, why All America
",    Istrate" last marks a new era in shoe
".���i. Why, All America "stay up  box toe
never "caves in," while only selected   bend
sole leather (cut from the finest and closest-
is used,  and ol ine
ired part of thc hi
other All America
merit.
���
���ures that all point to
Sold only in this City by
un
e
The Royal Arch degree, the highest
;   ...-   In Orangrj   proper,  wo      con
I l isi evening ou flve candid
at    . ��� Orange halL   The Right  V. i
.:   Brother J.  VV.  Whiti ley,  pro
. gran I organizer for B. C., tool
In dpal pari In the proi eedln^
r .    - was a full atl udam      T n
,      ilio meeting will I e held al
.   mdi i*  tli.' nuaplc. a i _   the    two
;        lodges, w hen  addn ������  ..-  on I
.    . . '   | rinclples  ol   the  !-' ���-
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be given  by Grand Ma ter  D, C
Lar n and Bro. Wh*,', le;.   The i
tr* asurer, Bro, B. J, -.'lark, is bj
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^        and ('apt. Mayrs.   There were In all ^
The Reliable Shoe Man
On account of the man;   oth i  a
I traction*   last   evenjng,   there   was   t> ,:
such a large attendance al tho
Sons  i teeting  us  was expected,
new candidates were initiated. H, w.
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ALL CORRESPONDENCE RECEIVES PROMPT AND SATISFACTORY 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
PRESENT   ARE  ALL  OF  RELIABLE  CANADIAN   COMPANIES
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DRUG   STORE
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
twenty-one   application.)   for   membership, and at the n act meeting on D<
116 ii is hoped the new members i '���'���
i be Initiated.   On that occasion ���,
gresslve whist party will follow    the
Hni._;e business,   Prize* will be offered,
tm l  refreshments served.    After the
business,  conducted  under the ohlel
lOtor, Aid. Gray, had heen compl'  ��� '
refreshments    were    served    and    :l
pleaRant musical evening spent.
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Men's All-wool
Underwear
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Forced price 65c
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I  Working Shoes
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I    Forced Trice $1.90
t  Men's strong
Working Shirts
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Regular 75c
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is disposed of, therefore do your Christmas shopping now
AND  SAVE MONEY
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Today's
Specials
Wool Sox, reg. 20c pair.    Forced price, 4 pairs 25c
Look for the Blue Sign.        Store open evenings.
Boys' stro
School Shoes
Reg. $2ai
Forced Price 51.,-
Boys' School Suits
Reg. $4 and $5
Forced Price $2.5'
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Waterpro< I Shoes
Reg.
Forced Price
Westminster  Clothing  Co.
P. O. Box  205
Telephone  364
DAVE GROSSMAN, Prop.
Silk Initial
Handkerchiefs
llcj. 35c
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This Sale.
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PT FU MURDER        SUFFRAGETTES WILL
RAISER Iii FRUSTRATED    liROH'D CHICAGO STREETS
Carti dges   Found   cn   Rail    Corner Campaign Planned Which Will!
. .    Tracks Close to Whicli  lm* Bring Out All  Leaders cf Political
penal Train   Was to Pass. Equality   Forces.
N   ..    LS. -Ru- Chicago,   Nov.   18.���A series  of  big
���     ��� ������; ' ��� ���' qua]  n, ii               iffra _-.���  mass  mei t-
ow ll;' ings in  the down    town    district    as
: ...ii ....  �� iii. :.   ; ile Emperor W 11-
wcli as :n , ���       corne   of Cni,
  ���    liing, i.
Royal   i..i Iwaj     A '!' '   :"  arouse 'nterest    In
.-  makes  public ��� ��� movement.
"���-���nt        -               .   with   the Headquarters were opened yesterday
.tai ment
Sun \ ;,., .in ���
cartridges
and    a    progressive    and    aggressive
campaign,    noi    unlike    the    primary
��� in,, between!1  ttle's' ��'"'  '"' started'    The """mi!-
:.-: he earti dge    ' ltlng    ;1"     ]"]    """���'n'-
"'. ,,..,-:     Iu  -    1ij;k   !   in  ""��� ,'1""; llgn'  wI11
.   bui     ^'ri "','   P��sters  BetUn8   for,h    the
, .   claims "1 'h'- women to suffrage. Mi3s
.-   ,.. .     ��� ling  i nese.     Ah :
Snaps in Sapperton
$10 DOWN, BALANCE ON EASY TERMS
"���*.   Will seci       ou a lot In this beautiful   Buburb.
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| | |     NOW IS THE TIME     SAPPERTON IS PROGRESSING  FAST,
Many industries are on the tapis and   the neig ibo        I   ia   bound   U
.mow into the industrial end of .New Westminster.
S.S.    RAMONA
CAPTAIN   BONSE...
SOC'tTiES.
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ch and  Mrs. Oliver \Y. Sti wan ���re
leading the movement.
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Regular sailings between
NEW  WESTMINSTER   and   CHILLIWACK,
calling at Hammond, Haney, Langley,
Mission ami way ports, with passengers  and  freight.
Leaves    Brackman a-   Ker    wharl
.New   Westminster,   Tuesdays,  Thursdays and   Saturday  at  3  a   m.
Leaves  Chilliwack Wednesday, Fri
day and  Sunday at 7 a. m.
For rati b an i particulars, apply
I. o. O. F.���AM  '
The regu]
are held lo
bla stre* *
at 8 o'cl
A.  O.  U.  W.���FRAS<_R LOC   E  .c.j
��� Meetii . ��� thi *a��l
day    In
ethren coi
Lodge ."., ������������.' Ml
f. Ibws'  i.i-" k, C
COURT  BRUNETT:    I
���Meets tl
nu,nth   al   -
i     htall, Oddfi.
WESTERN   STL'AMBOAr  CO.    fraternal orueb   -      ei
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ELLIS   ENTERS  PLEA Funera, of Sir Henri Joly
OF  NOT GUILTY
  Quebec,   Nov,   18.-  The   funeral     ofl
.    ElMs,    the    B, C,  Electric ,!l'' late Sl1' Henri Joly de Noi ilnlere
railwi       '..   ...man.  was brought  be- '""!- P'ace 'nis afternoon .al the    An
fi   ���   Magistrate Alexander, of Vancou- s'ican cathedral.   Th,' cortege -,..;,., an
'������      yesterday  morning and   formally imposing i   being attended    ;,v    -,'
��� .1 with the mausiffughter of the ver>     lal'K*'    numbei     of    mournero,
two nu'ii killed in *li" collision on the ���"ll"n~ whom    were    Meut.*Oovernoi
AS <7y   ���     :
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
R   WHITMORK. Secretary.
Lower Fraser River
Freignt ana Passenger bervice per
SS. "Favorite
Ai rie No. 20   M
��� vening . *  *
ball,   c ���
\v. Pres.;  H   S  .
THE   ROYAL   TEMPLARS OF ~W
PERANCE meel Al
at  8  o'clock   p.  n .. li
bail, Columbia
 ���
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MV PROPERTY i nted oh Eighth
a'��� nue,  ihe only avenue which
Westminster line.   Joseph Martin ap-1 Pelletier, Premier Gou|n and iih'iihi.ts |is ��'1"""'1 "!' through from :),,. city to the  limits     The  situation   both  for
peered for him and entered a plea ol  '"  I*-8 cablnel  who wqre In th,
view and  for convi
not guilty.   No evidence was tendered,  besides  other  leading  citizens.
The the crown asked for an adjourn-      The Bervice  was conducted bj   the
ment of eight  aays  when it  .xpcis  V*< ry Rev. Dean Williams, who recltedl
to be ready to present Its case.   Some; Pnayers,  while  the  lord  bishop  read. $10.00 down, balance to suit purchaser.   Call an,
point ment.
inexcelled in anj  pan of the district.
Price to Home Builders, $175 and $225
of the witnesses are now sick, it wasj'he lesson and  pronounced the Dene-
stated, lUiction.    Most of th,   city clergy oc-
��� ��� icupled seats 'n the chancel,   The Interment  tool,   place at   Mount   He-nvn,
Mayor  Ashdown   Is   Recovering.       iCemeterv Herman
Winnipeg, Nov. 18.���Word received
from   Mayor Ashdown    this morning 	
stai.-.  thai   !>,_ i.s getting along very
nicely and Is rapidly  recovering    his Sla Has Po0r HoP Cr0Ps-
health.    II.   is sini  in  St.  Paul  and J    St. PetershuTg, Nov.  18.���The  total
will  probably remaJn  there for soma  yield of Russian hops is the poorest
da>'8'    T! al-J (,f Ms  return  is  in   In lhe past ten  wars, although    the
tec* f|lli"- uncertain. area of   hop   plantations   has   been
. greatlj Increased, according to a  re-
Tacoma  Lumber Co.  Increase. Wages. , pori of James  W,  RagBdale   American
Tacoma, Nov. 18.���Effective Nov. 15, consul   at St.    Petersburg.   The   de*
the Si. Paul & Taenia Lumber com- | crease Is due to the very iinfortuaate
panj   has announced  an  advance of   weather during the past summer    tn
io per com. in wages of Its tore., af-  certain places, Volhynia, for Instance
f.-c.lng 800 men. the qualltj of the hops waa excellent
-,,' tup or write for   ftp-
GEO. E. TARGET
Corner Eighth  Avenue and  Richmond Street,   Sapperton.    Only  two   block.
Can,ini1 freighl ami passengers to
ali points between New Westminster
and Westham Island.
Leaves Brackman-Ker's wharf daily
at 2 p.m.; .additional trip on Mondays,
leaving at 5 am,
Returning leave Westham Island 7
a.in. daily, except Fridays at 6 a.m.;
additional trip on Saturdays, leaving
af 6:30 p.m., calling at Steveston as
inducement offers.
From Car Line.
OPERA   HOUSE BOOKINGS.
Nov.  is.-hi,, Hip Hooray
Nov.  80.** Willard Mack
Nov. 23.-  in Wyoming
Nov. 26-The N'.w Dominion
Dec. 2.-The Lion and the Mouw.
Dec.  3.-Little Johnn,  Jones
Dec. 8.���The Devil
Dec. A.*���-Arizona.
Dec. 10,   Tb(. Ti mu ,-,
Dec.  16.���Why c;irls Ix-ave Home.
Drc.   21.���50  Alii...  From  Boston.
Der.   24.���Babes   in Toyland.
Doc.  25.���Sandy   Bottom.
Dec.   29.���The   Great  Divide.
Dec.   _!0.���Florence  Roberts,
.ian. i���si plunkard.
.Ian.  .",.���Her   First False   Step.
.Ion.  C���Shore  Acres.
Jan. 11.��� Cripple Cn ek.
.Ian. 18.���Theodore I,orc.i. .i
Grand Trunk Ry.
Eicellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, vin Nia^ura Falls.
For Tirn��* Tables, etc.. adflress
GEO. W. VA'JX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 188 A'_amn St.   ChiftftRO, III.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEf _-���
SOCIATION, LORD OFTHE SUM
CAMP, 191.��� M" ' . ,!
Third   Tuesday   i I '':0ljtD-1
K. i: P, !j.'.;.
I.  O.  O. F.���Roy.,1  C ty  L =:
-��� Meets   in   " ���   ���
um ia Street, ���
at l o'clock    . ': '
be   made
N. Q.; C. V.  "       ne, P. 0
ine secretary.
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODbt
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND
Hed ROM Degrei ""'AA'.,. ,,.
Fourth Wednesday o eacn ���
in K   of P. Hell, '���"'""iI ",
8DpKm.. White BMM   '     ,
Wednesday    in   eacb n."r
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time and  place.
SOC if'1
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OTHER FRATERNAL ���- . ^
include the L'nion Lodge, . ��� ��� .
P.andA.M.;KlngSolon.oDW��J
No. 17, A. F. and A. M-. "    ,(.1|ft,
No. 1150; L O. UNO. ��M,     j
Sapperton, No. 46S3, I. O.    ���  ^,
V.,   court Westminster,  -���      ,,.
Brotherhood of Q"'"-^*_^
BOARD  OF TRADtT   'JVjfll
ster Board of Trade ��. l ,of|.l
Board Room, City H����. ������ ^J
Third Thursday of ���' ,^A
Quarterly meeting"_0�� JJ M\
Thursday of JW" ' ���.
August ami November, �� ;|j|rlj
Annual    nieetlnps    on ,(ff|
TMirMny    Of    WJ-J  ^
members   may   be   'ir',H(,,,���'ri.'
e���cted al sny monthly offl
oeetlns     *����� B Wblit. **��� ,RSDAY.  NOV    19, 1908.
IHE hAlLt NEWS.
FAG2 sL'Vta'A'.
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ADAMS & DEANS
Phone 97 GROCERS Columbia St
game PHOTEunvt assn.    CANADA CONSUMING
wilijemporated  URGE AMOUNT OF TEA
Provincial  Governmen*.   Will   3e  Asked
to   Introduce  Ta.<   Byatem  to
Protect Game.
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Protective!
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FRESH TODAY: j
I owney's (Chocolates 11
Jn 1-4  pound   to  2  pound  Boxes �� $
8 ,j
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^LOT 7, Block 36*
.: ned aim u
Farmei      ',���-..
latlon,  which inlzed Cor
the   purpose  of    di n_��    indis
criminate Wiling of same birds m the
dii let, was held In the town hall,
Ladner, on Saturday, with the president, J, McKee, in the chair.
Japanese Says Many Millions of Green Tea Are
Imported Annually.
"Canada is becoml        nation
drlnkors, and ,, large   ncrease ,��� the
quantity ol' this beverage Is noticeable,
particularly of green  team."
So says Shaw 'I'. Nishimura, a Japan,-.-*<��� t.-;i  Importer of Montreal, who
Th.   meeting was representative of j.. stopping off in the city while ou his
the farming community. return   from   Japan.    Mr.   Nishimura
The   financial   statement     for     tin-
RYALL'S
''' th, , irner of Royal avenu.- and Eleventh street. Splendid wa ehouse or factory sit,-; B. C. Electric and C. P. R
���'a.-:,* run past this ptoperty. Pric $3000. Reasonable
terms     this is a SACRIFICE,
Dominion Trust Co.
 ��� T. R   PEARSON, Mgr.	
year   was
makes   an  annual   trip   to  .lapan  and
read   and   approved.   Bhow- 8tay8 there durlng the teg  .���a,on   H,s
ing a bal ince of $210.10 on hand.
headquart
fters are in Yokohama but in
The following officers  were elected m;my llhlces ,n Jnp.in ^ h.ts |jra|.(,.���s
DRUG
STORE
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���      .. XMAS   GOODS ..      ���
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���        \'>.- are now prepared to show you thi  largesi Xmas Jewelrj Stock ���
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Easterbrook   Milling   Company,
Elnirne.   B. C.
FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel. . . $6.50   "
Terminal $.5.50   "     "
��� evei i ilted in the city. We have no. icle you ha\ ��� ��
*> lecided ,n ���'������.'.��� -'.'.at Xmas present. If you do not wish to purchase lm* 4
t mediate!    we  will  put nny article toone .-:   * for you. J
��� Remen        that   by making your choii you have a full range ���
+ of good _ to 3 dect from. ���*
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___.        -.���-��.          __,.������.    y^g' jeWeler ���
for the ensuing year:
President -John   McKee,  iv -elected
Vice-president���W.   A.. Kirkland.
Secretary-treasurer���H. I
son, re elected,
Executive -R,   McKee Store
(i. ('���ran- r.
on  motion   tlu   execul ���     were au-
... .1   to   taki     oui      '. orporation
,:���   11 '
(iii motion It was decided to ask
the 1 rovineial government to con-
aider the advisability of protecting
the sale of game by tli" tax system as
used '���'' 'ii" ���'���l"'���;n '"'"'��� Inces.
li wa- also decided to pay Mr.
f, nans $-4.on expenses as witness
fe,    in prosecuting case for trespass.
Sole agen     >r the Longlnes and Harntl    . Watch  Movements.
McQUARRIE & CO.
.OUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
r I   it; iT, ���., .v   Westminster. Telephone 333.
: W. C.  CHAMBER
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���H-M��1��M"M- ���I��I��I"I"I��i��H"H. ���t--I"I-'-S-'I'--I'"I"I--I- ���M"I"M"."I"M"I'
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You'll Have  NO KICK
Coming
If you try one of our
An enormous busin, ss |s don,; in Japan
with  the   United   Stai is and   Can tda
.md  annually there are nearly  forty-
Hutcher- Hvc miinon pounds of tea consumed.
This ranges in price Erom a few cents
a   pound  up to  seventeen  dollars    a
"im I, but there la little of the   ex-
penslvi   tea p ir-chased.    Only the epicurean  people use  this   blend as  I te
less fortunate could noi   ifford it. The
Imports of tea to Canada from Japan
are gradually increasing and In a few
...ars will reach a big figure,     Most
of this  tea is consumed  In  the east,
las the  westerners are  more fond  of
��� coffee ami the cheaper blends of black
tea  from India.
Speaking of the recent visit of the
American navy to .lapan. .Mr. Nishimura said that the American them-
selves admitted 11 was the greatest
reception they ever got from any
country, An enormous sum was Bpent
Winnipeg, N'ov. IS.���-Four of al in decorating the cities for their ar-
tamil; were drowned at Netley, on! rival and a gorgeous display of flags
i.ai,. \\ innlpeg, yest day. Netlej 1s
a Ashing station ii: . miles north of
here.      The   drowned    are    Cornelius
BABY ALONE SAVED WHEN
FAMILY WENT THROUGH   ICE
and colors met the sailors and officers
from the ships. The rumors of trouble
between the States and Japan    were
���n
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a,
r**|p!*
an
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuracturer* and Deaiert in All Kind* 0/
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     1 urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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The Road to Wealth
IS TO DEPOSIT IN
���   The =--      '
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
Favel, jr. his wife and two children, absolutely without foundation, nnd a
and they were travelling by dog train very friendly feeling exists between
to the mouth ol tin ��� ver when all the Americans and Japanese. A. splen-
went through a wi . ��� In the ice. I did feeling also exists for the British
The baby alone was saved, beingjin .lapan. especially since Great Brit-
thrown on the ice, where It was found, sin Is Japan's ally,
still living. ~~ "
:MRS. GOULD'S ALIMONY
FIXED  AT $23,000
THE STAGE
COATS
For Comfort, Stvle and
*V
Durability Unsurpassed
Plain colors;   fancy trimmed.
Just what you want for
comfort. Right in line
for style, and can't be
beaten for  durability.
Prices from $2.25 to $3.50
PHILLIPS,
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia  Street
New   York,  Nov.   18.���Mrs. Howard
���. ��� . | was allowed    J25 000    a    year
alimony by Justice BlschoiT,  in    the
me  courl   today.    This  alimony
I   ,������ ;, ling   th      *���    -i"ii   of
Mrs   ;.- ild's sui- for di\or
'L HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Water?.
Family tradr a specialty.
I Tel. 113. Office   Eight str:et
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   **S.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufllce 'Phone  18a.      Barn  'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
any part of tae city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM  DEPOT.
"On Parole."
"i ni Parole," the   ies   '..ii itary drama
��� n i'i years, a 'story of th'   So ith
ial   the time of  Lee's surrender,  will
be  the  offering at   the Opera  House
lon  Friday    by   Wllliard    Mack    and
Maud  l.. one,  under the manag *ment
of C,  V Marshall.
i: * piece i one if the l Ig New
York successes, and was produced -by
Henrj Miller, with Vincent Serrana
and charlotte Walker In the Lading
roles, Miss Walker's excellent performance of Constance Pinckn.-y led
to her engagement by David Belasco,
who has made her a -tar in the "Warrens of Virginia." a play very Btmlliar
to  "On Parole."
SNARING AND SLAUGHTERING
DEER   IN   NEW   ONTARIO
" .I.-M.il"."."I"I"M' ,l',I,'M,'I''l''I''l''Ivl"l''M'i*'M'iI'-t*"I^ ���I-M-H-H-fr*
I �� V. LEWTHWAITE
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
8
8;
CABINET  MAKER.
i ' part of the northwest ��� on lon of
(Three Years with .1. A. Lee.)       Ial      ��� ..'..urban block 3, in the   Cit)
I  oi  ned   and   solicits    your of  New Westminster, B.  C.
.   .   . a patronage,    Mis-ion furniture a  si"'-     Whereas proof of tue loss of eertl-
*     ���"���>���������������*���       '   *   '   > ��� ������ ��� * ��� - '���' *���� cialty; office and store furniture; all ���catL. of title Lmber 88WA  Sd
kinds of furniture repairs. ! In the names of Sarah Jane Bingham,
First Class Workmanship. i Mary Montrose, Sarah   Tierney,   has
D. V. LEWTHWAITE    ieen nw ln ���'���'�� office.
Notice Is hereby given that I Bhall,
at the expiration of one month from
-Sank of Montreal
h.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
COITAL $14,400,000.00
*���*-*����� RVE  ......  ..'.'._        111,000,000.00
"1*J| throughout Canada aud Newfoundland, and   In   London,   Kngland,
V���ik, Chicago ar.d  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Don*
���.'.Ur'      Qan-t*ng  lluslnosa Transacted.
ri ��' Credit iHsuod, available will, correspondents in all  narU of the
I        0rl(*'
''^* Bank  Department.     Deposits  received In sums of $1 and upwr.rds,
11 'nterest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum  (present rate) added
Workshop*.  _!'' Alexander St.
Opposite Tram Office.
p.  O.  Box  304. House  Phone  B 29
ths date of the first publication hereof,
^jln a daily newspaper published In tb"
City  of   New   WestnilnstPd.    Issue    a
^^#  |^w   OrdDCr duplicate of the said oettlflcate, un
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon 1 oute
tor CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, UAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
���xpress and freight connect with
��� tages at Carcrnss and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information  apply to
I    H.   ROGERS,  Traffic.   Manager,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Imperial Limited   leaves   daily   at
8:20 a.m.
Atlantic   Express  leaves    daily    at
3:20 p.m.
Whether yOU travel for pleasure or
busin. *s always  buy  your tickets  via
the C. P. R- as you are   certain    of
sped,  safety and comfort.
Tickets Issued to and  fri,in all  points.
For; William, -Nov. 18.���Reports received here from the Stanley and Silver Mountains districts show that the
moo e and deer are lining slaughtered
bj . - 'ions and pot hunters at a
ral nev, I efc ��� known In the counti-,.    it   la common  food.  Instead  of
... in all the hotels, camp*, and
am ng the foreigners all through that
vast territory. Real hunters who have
been out there hai stated th it a c >:*'���-
munity bi Finland r in the vU Inity
of Stanley is living on the proo Is
oi  *      ��� t ���      -    I ea '    an I  the
ush la ..ill "i -��� ��� ''   thos   to ���
rs,   They ha ���    a wa) of ati u b
lng ., Btrong cabi   acn-..-* tho runway
of the moose ac i when the head ��f
the moose gets Into the trap a strong
spring slowly chokes li ;" ,i ath.
FEAR FAMOUS GUIDE
MET DEATH   AT   SEA
Juneau, Nov. i>.--**bui" Hoskini,
the best known guide and trapper of
Southeastern Alaska, left here i1-''""
Weeks ago In a small Bchooner, alone,
for Seattle. The worst kind i t ** ������-
,;,..: has preva.1i d In the northern
u tters since thi a and it is feared he
ma.-, have in,-: with an accident, ai
nothing has been ffaard'o! hlm and
no boat re. * have sighted i1*
schoon r.
hi*
'our tl
I   A
rne�� a year.
���Mti over $168,000,000.00.
''���W WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
I
O. D.  BRYMNER, Mtu-Nf*'
B.   C.   Land
Surveyor
Ellard blocK, New Wettmlniter, E C
ess In the meantime valid objection
be made to mo in writing,
C. S. KEITH,
District Pf-Kistrnr of Titles
Land Registry Office, Now Westminster, B. C, Oct. 26th, 1008.
For further particulars ann reservations apply
KD. QOIILEI,
Ajtent. New Westmlnstei
or to   '. B, FOSTER.
\ssi   ileul. Pass.   Vgt.   V<.no.oii��..r.
Toronto Sends Delegates.
Toronto, Nov. IS.���W. F. MacLcan,
M.P., of the World; Rev. J, A. MacDonald, of the C.lobe, and J. E. Atkinson, of the Star, were today sei" ' d
by the newspaper publishers of Toronto to represent the city press at
the imperial press conference to   be
held In London next June,
?
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OUR
NEW  FRUITS   are  all  In,
Nici   and   Fresh.
NEW   ���     :.'.��� NTS
SEED  RAISINS
VALENCIA  RAISINS
MDSCATELL RAISINS
PEELS:
LEMON
ORANGE
CITRON
FIGS AND DATES
Be _-ui*��� and see our
FRUITS before you
huy.
C. A. WELSH
The PEOPLES
GROCER
New Westminster Gas Company
Notice ro Consumers
CANCER PRODUCED BY
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 fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
Buffalo Scientist Has New-
Theory on Origin of Disease - Many Experiments.
COMMENCING   JANUARY   1st.   1909.
All gras used will be charged for al
the following rates:
Gas used  for lighting    $2.50
(;.is used for heating and cooking $2.00
Gas used for power $1.50
Cash discounts will be allowed off
at,ove prices on all bills paid at the
office of the Cunningham Hardware
Company on or before the 10th of the
curri ;.t  inonth.
NEW WESTMINSTER GAS CO.
November 12th, 1908.
Phone 379.
P. O.  Box 249
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
cf the bust quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
HOTEL RUSSELL
New Westminster, B. C
FOR
Reduced Monthly
Winter Rates
apply to
Brine and McLean.
Proprietors.
Special   attention  paid  to       Eanquets.
Private   Suppers  and   Dances.
100   Rooms. Hot and  Cold   Water.
Steam  Hc.-.t.
Centrally  loc ite I.
Buffalo, Nov, is.���The Buffalo Aca
demy of Medlclge 'last night heard a
new theory, as to the origin of cancer.
Dr.   Hiram  D   Walker,    formerly   of
I Newburgh,  N.   *��., but  now* living   In
j Buffalo, said ln a paper on the sunset
that seven years' experiments had |
proved to his satisfaction mat can.' r
i.s a parasitic disease and that the
common garden worm is the source of
.h" parasite which produces cancer.
I'll,- transmission of the parasite from
the worm to the human being comes
irom the worm crawling- over freah
vegetables which are afterward twnen,
He said:
"If 1 am correct in my conclusions,
.ill the suffering and death caused by
i.tiic. r can he prevented by refraining
from eating such vegetables as <'il,)-
bage, celery, onions and lettuce which
hav.- 1 n infected by these parasites."
Dr. Walker elaborated on a series of
sixty experiments on various animals;
feeding or injecting the parasitic
germs obtained from earth worms Into   guinea   pigs,   mice   and   dogs,   was
i followed  in  many cases by    the    de-
i velopment  of tumors and cancers,
In  almost every ease  infection  was
fatal to the animals.   Dr. Walkei pre-
sented a series of microscopic slides,
. showing cancer cells produced under
thesi condii ions. These cells were
examined by the prominenl specialists and specialists were not toll from
i whai animals the cells were taken nor
1 how produced.
BOWLING
Commencing this evening, absentees from the inter-house league
matches at the bowling alleys will
only be credited with an average of 90
in*, instead of 125 as in the past,
this decision having been arrived at
sterday. In last night's game between Vancouver and Westminster,
the locals wqn out by a majority ot
120, the scores made being consi Ier*
ably lower than usual.
Vancouver.
1        2
Kouth   . .
Hal si, ad
Shaw   . ..
Cllburn .
Mclntyre
.1 15
.123
.147
.nr.
. 125
158
107
inr,
139
117
3 Tti.
15*1 -457
137 367
109���362
120 -374
125   397
A vi.
152
120
124
132
J. Newsome&Sons .,
Painters and Decorators
Estimates on All Work Given
399 Sixth Avenue
New Westminster
nold   .
Latham
Rushton
Clark    ..
Emery   .
i967
Westminster.
,.143 168 158���469 156
,.113 137 166���416 138
..128 136 113���377 125
,.113 130 12S .".si 127
..169    149    116���434    144
2077
| Electric Railway Service j
���
:*.
lnterurban    Line.
��� Cars   for   Vancouver   and     way
��� stations  will  run  every half-
��� hour   from   6:50  a. na.     Last
��� car leaves at 11  p. m.
~. (Last car lv.  Vancouver 11:30.)
���
��� Cars leave tbe depot every
-�� twent> ml-yites for both Sap-
m perton and city limits over the
City  Line:    Cars leave tram
Haas'   Wife   Blameless.
San   Francisco,   Nov.   is.   -Investigation convinces the detectives that  the
i wit'.-  of  Morn's  Haas  ilid not   slip    to
I him  the pistol  with  which    he    shot
. himself Saturday night.   The authorl-
citj line.
w
office on the hour, tweaty min- ��� tie;. d . igree as to whether the man
utes after and forty minutes af- <ji [had the pistol when he was searched.
ter, commencing at  tl: 20 a. tn. :i
Sapperton Line: Cars leave *
at ten mlmitea after the hour, t.
half past and fifty mtautes after ���
the hour, commencing at 6:30 #
a.  m.
Sunday  Service   riair-neurly bt- *
tween 8.30 a.m   dnti 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
An Inquest  will be held tomorrow.
DIED.
*
GILLEY    In  this city    Nov.    17.    of
rheumatic     fever,     Marlon    Olive,
young,si daughter ol Walter It. and
Selena K. GUley, aged five years mid
ten months.
Fun,-ml from the residence of Walter R, GUley, Fourth Btreet, Thursday,
Nov.  19, at  -': 30 o'clock
PILING
UP!
H. Morey & Co's
slock   is piling  up !     It's going
io he ih- BIGGEST ANO BEST
Ever In   Calenders,   Cards,   Postals, Toys, Dolls, Fancy Goods,
etc., etc., and don't forget. It !
||'A:i'       liMorcy's
fjfU.;',',Jl-    ., I
ittUli   I       .''.   *���'������'..*.��� . I   917. _?/��?   Cnttimhin   Street
TO RENTERS
We have a few particularly desirable modern
residences to rent, in good localities,
some entirely new.
LIKEWISE
Two beautiful homes for sale, on easy terms, modern, nearly new, and well situated.
GET PARTICULARaS.
217 219 Columbia Street
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd
Telephones   88-109
SAVE A THIRD
BY BUYING YOUR
Christmas Line
*>,
���
HERE
NOW!
See our large window dUplaj which is only an index of thi   many varieties on
section.    Three hundred  dollars spent in .lapan through an agenl  secured for ut. hundn ;
tin,, handworked linens of every description at  reductions of 26 to 50  per cent.    Thi . .  . <���   j,:
fortunate purchase is clearly       lonstrated In every piece.   Battenberg lace, draws  wi
ered patterns, new and complicated in design, give a very largi   choice to select fron
Note the Sizes and Prices:
Battenherg Table Covers, 30 inches square.   Each $1.00, $1.25 I
Thirty-six   inches square,  with  elaborate braid  work.    Kach  $1.75. $2.2^ ���
Forty-eight   inches   square, with tine lace and Battenberg braid   work,    Each	
All Sizes in
TRA Y CLOTHS an,
RUNNERS
Drawn and "Battenberg work, in such sizes as 18x4:,, lbx54,  18x72, 20x36,20x54, 20x72 .j
lng   trom
EACH
75c,    $1.00,    $1.50,    $2.00 to  $3.5(A
DRAWN LINEN
Centre Pieces and j
Table Covers
Si/.,..; 18x18 inches. Each ��� ��� 40c.  50c  to J
Size 24x2*1   inches. Kach  $1.00. S1.2r. a      I
si/..   30x30 Inches. Each  $1.25. $1.50 ai
Size  36x36 inches. Each  '. ; .
Size   13x45 inches Each   $2.25. $?~J *.   I
si/...  ",i\.",I  inch''. Each 	
A LOOK THROUGH THE
ABOVE RANGES
will  surprise you   when  you s, .   |),,. valie-s ofl	
A COMPLETE AND EXTRA LARGE
RANGE OF
Damask Centres, Tray Cloths,
Runners, Etc., Fringed
Runners, Doylies,
'   Pillow Shams
Table Bets of the choicest Irish and English make* all on display at prices that make our li'1"
section  the headquarters for serviceable and  economical linens.
W. S. Collister & Co.
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