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 WHITE. SHILES & CO.
fl) Columbia St. Phone 85
DUMBER 300.
STREETS AND SEWERS  |BW3 bung mm.
OV^MlAflffl J    	
 -���   N1':v\--\V|^M1.N3TER,   B.   C.   F
ASSURANCE
HITE, SHILES & CO.
WESTMINSTER, B. C
RIUAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11.   1&0S
FIVE CENTS PER MOm
IAVE
Summary of Work
Board of Works
Eleven Months.
Attempt   3f
lone bvl    Naturaii"<- A"1
Legislative Library       ��-W.
(if STATES
Indians   to   Become
.cans   Ends  .n
Test  Case.
-AIM PROItiBIIION     BIG TONG WAR OPENS
WAVE IS RECEDING      IN SAN ERANCISCO
CANDIDATES WITHDRAW       PRESIDENT CASTRO '
FROM ALllERMANlt LUNTEST!     UNDS IN BORDEAUX
Albany   On
,i io  ���  '" w
lurim
nipanying report shows Mu:
rk done by lbe board ..��
the ;ia*: eleven months.
- Tbe govern* i
v :r ui the i ai' 'i Bla es bas
two  Hindus  win
lenl .<ti  to
Liquor League Closes Session
With Statement That Affairs Are Improving.
forced
declared  their    In-
oei_.ui,.   .u./...us tu    relinquish  Lheir .1. . .
tne
the
���i.
ew. bridges    an l
;t*li summarized below:
Woi
'.'.*'
,  ���   Henley, Cha rman
May alter  con*
0! Works.
to hand you the follow-
.  .,; i    hov, ing the prlnclpa
. wi he!   by   thi,  d<   irt
^ .    tlie pam eleven tn mths:
. olumbia    sir... t,    i;. u
...       itreei:  Carnai
,.,,,.���   Blai kle  to Sixth       reet;
,,t from Columbia strei
. '.i imbia  Btreel,    Al-
to    l lufferin       reet;
. ���
Sixth -' "
Washington,    Dee.    10.���1
arations, and the firsti*"��� "'    ��l)l)03iUou    throughout
a  native of India to  '"""'ly '"' ,m-' '"i"1"' li:l'"-'  ���'-,'ms "*
"���ni citizen has end-!06 needing,   wa.-  the  keynote  of  the
�������� the declara-1 reports   from   various  state organization.,  man   yesterday  at  the  closing
session of the National Liquor league,
i'ii.  eonsi nsus of opinion    wa..    that
:''.-  besl   interesl : oi  the liquor  trade
ivould    ,.  conserved   by    having    the
numbi .   ui   .-..liuiin.-   limit* .1   ac. ording
to population.
ll   was  re olv< .1      hat    "thi      _mi-
Saloon league is a  iu nace    to    good
j. Iflcial effort ol
| become an Am.
j ed in failure.   Tl
I tions   was   recovered ^^^^^^
iilerabh    lift'culty,
Eai ly   thi.-   . ��� ...   Son   Ke* ar
in I  Shatn   \\ a:   in,    ,vo   Hindus   em*
iloyed in a   awn C nwf irdsvllle,
,inn  count). uppli. .1 at
lerk's  office to ���!��� i
Theft of Slave Girl Brings
Out Fighting Men of Rival
Highbinder Societies.
ne    count y
ie ir   hi.. .*.
,    . |, Co.umbla      tr.-i
I . , Blackford   treel
���.:-.   I welftb
i   .Mr
i-    .i    ..
- in-ill and
mnii a    :
ati i.   and
ion.      He
li mi
Fifth avenui a; Dj ke
limits ol Lulu i.- and;
. Cai na ri on to C lum-
u
    .->i..;.i
street. Fourth ttveinie  to  citj   limits;
j;  ....        roa '.   !���'" .    :���    ..:'...
,, ..   - . ..n     I.... ' vard     "...I
.i. ��� Cum _ei land
ton  ta
quest   was a    I
:   ���  ..        vi ,  , I
���  .  .
with
lUira    ation    at
1 V        !..
tl .:.    I. .    V
cial!     and
���   i and    tn!
.,    the
: dei taral ion I here.
... n i i ,i ..
i.,  i ... , i ... i
um by v- a  ruling wa.,
that a nati. idia      ild not]
take ii natura
astructed
".'  ii ii nt, the qui tade <M commuhl-
���:i I   . ������ ;.��� i  pi.. ..    _.     rights    ani
exists   for   uo  oth.:   pill pose  Mum     i i
��� i    .    ici upatlon and revel  i   I  i thi
. ; a close i u por ���* ion   y the
 V ' ��� pei nal aglt  tion:  Hnd
v.   local op I .nn is   iui anothi r name
ill   Ition and i   equall;   i onfisca.
- .     :n lis    assaults    v on    property
right - "
Ba_j Francisco, I).-c. IU.���A Iiigh-
bindei war involving the On Yick and
Suey (Jn societies was brought out
simultaneously in this city and Oakland late last night. The trouble
started over the- theft of a young Blave
girl some weeks ago.
Supporters of both organizations
met last night in Oakland and in ihis
city and stores- of snots were fired,
but so far as is known no one was
hit.
The police officials gathered In a
number of mem! ers of the rival socle-
ties all of whom were heavily armed.
It Is feared that these conflicts arc the
beginning of a general war.
NuTibtr   of   Aspirants   for   Aldermanic
Seats   Reduced���Public   Meeting
Tonight to Discuss Matters.
Alleged   Smuggler   Acquitted.
Seal   ���-. Dec. 10.���Max    How.,   who
was cnarged    with    smuggling    more
than  $."000 worth of    diamonds    andi
jeweli    into the United  States    from
MMMMi Columbia, wa-  yesterday    ac-
du.tt. ' ;    a jurj in the fed. ral court   grants  for aldermanic
  havi   an opportunity   to
rhe number of candidate* for aldermen at the election on Monday is decreasing, two having withdrawn yes.
terday, making fourteen now in all.
John Reid, finding that owing to having n-glected to register, he has not
Ithe necessary property qualification,
has withdrawn, after having received
th. promise of supiiort from a large
number of .-lectors, and Marshall
Sinclair, finding so many candidates
in the field, will noi offer himself for
election.
W, T. M. House, who announced hla
retirement on Wednesday, and Messrs
Reid and Sinclair, were Mine of the
niu>- candidates acceptable to thei Citizen's Temperance league.
A  number of reports are being prepared to  be presented to the meeting
of  rat.-1iri} ers   tonight,   and   there     is
��� \rry    prospect    of    an    Interesting
an(j I meeting.    Retiring aldermen wlll    be
of
Greeted With Enthusiasm by
Members of Venezuelan
Colony on French Soil.
Bordeaux, France, Dec. lu.��� Pres -
dent Castro arrived hete todaj The
trench steamer Quadoiu m wnicn
be came trom Venezue.a, oc__.ed it
Paulliac.
A representative oi Foreign Minister Pichon boarded the steamship ana
had an interview with t'a-.io, after
which the president an., party came
up to Bordeaux on a private '.ar. The
president was greeted with the greatest enthusiasm by the Venezuelan
colony. The pai tj then ro l< In automobiles to a Imi. 1.
.ii  hand  to    xplain  the working
departments, and tho other as-
honors    will
rulil :-i
the
ORIENTAL LINER COMING     I DECLARES MARS HAS
lectors.
avenui     to    Richmond |laws ofthe ��-nlied Siaiei
-: ���  ���      ��� ���  in-
Columh        reet; Fou    i    "  "' ' '
renin        ei        Graval  "ona slven '" iinti"
oad   . aud.    I lamllton
eet.
a.!   opening  new
; ���',.,���.o\ ag . xistln
renue,    Sixth    to
.   ... lum    street,    Sixth    lo
���    .-.   i. mdon Btreet, Tenth
. lane '���-��� est ol  I
.. ��� i.     IM:Mi    an I     ���--.'-.
i .   in.i b "i  Fll
ftli an '��� .-'-\ih avenu.   . B<
et, Six   it    Seventh   I    ���
���:     ���      __
.i   i..   i :. e
'.   ���
���  i....    ..  Blair
i pai  i;   Uberta   tre"      Cainp-
., .     I. V
>     llth to I'- n h -i  ��� ii ii
K-flii   , i      leted).
I:.      I . |
.'i   park   wai
_^______________^^H______HPon        Mi I ______________________!
WITH Rll,ii SILK liAilliO
VAPOR ATMOSPHERE
DUNGENNESS  STOCKMAN
WHIPS TWO   HIGHWAYMEN
the   l
j   lilt    Mi-1
d  to    i   ��� and   the
��� :   v :   :,    i   the
... ��� .i.   ll*      of
and    thi Istani    Vn ti '
tt S    ti le, who Is In
. ��� | tt.-rs In thi
led  In the el
���
ROCKEFELLER GIVES WAITER
SMALL TIP AND GOOD ADVICE
Canadian   Pacific   Steamship  Empress
of   China   Bringing   St*iprr,ent
Worth 5.1 500,000.
Arizona   Observatory    Staff    Discovers |
Spectrum   Lines Which   Support
"heory of Life.
Multi Millionaire   Recommends   Young
'   i. to Pot  Nicole  Into Ejiik ,.s
rti
Victoria, Dec.  10.    Speeding i Boston,    Dec.    10.���Prof,    Perclval
i- .   Ic ocean        I        inadlan Pa    L-owel   announced yesterday  that his
ciflc Oriental linei  Mi.  ress of '   s' ���  atorj ai Flagstaff, Ariz., has de*
,.    one of th.     ���-- ipments i termlned that there is water vapor on I
a   years,     rhe  Empress    of'-Mar   and   that  ii   is   measurable.    It
ft   Yokohama  Mondaj   and lsi ������������     * itself in lines of the spectrum.
��� 10 ion- ol Japanese    Ilk for      Tin   i   has    een much    controversj
s ;.   Vork, valued al $1 .00,000.    Tv   with  r. erence to the atmosphere of
hipmi-nl       ro    ht      j     any  Mars and its qualities,     l'hose sclen-
amship   -..-,.-  691   ions   brought    m   tistj ,who .1    eliev.   the    claim    that
December, 1906, by ihi   Canadian Pa-    hen   ii life on the planei have known
ner En        - of India.
Chicago, l). v 10. Elmer Thompson
.���I Dungeness, Wash., had an exciting
inter with two highwaymen at
an early hour -.his morning. Thompson, who is engaged in the -.-tuck busi-
uess, was walking down the Btreel
when in.Lb nl. two men emerged from
tie* shade of a telegraph pole. He
had $2000 on Ins person and after a
desperate fight h.- bested the highway
men, who fled.
Castro tc tie Exptlled.
Paris, Dec. 10.���Human! ������ an ����� u
-i.l..rations alone have Influ i������������ .1 the
government's decision to allow I'resi-
deni Castro to land at Bordeaux, it
is stipulated, however, Mia; bis landing is only possible in even; of his
wishing to pass through Fran, to another country to seek niedi. .:* surgical treatment, or if his condition is
so critical that au immediati jpera-
tion is necessary. In any '.--- . It ih
planned to serve upon thi V< nuelan
president the order of ex iplsion. If an
operation is performed on ( o at
Bordeaux this order beco ��� ��� Mire
immediately   thereafte        in   --���     he
apologizes    and    make*:       ���     other
amend demanded by  th.   F   nch go\
��� i ninent.
IMPROVEMENT IN SERVILE
AT CITV POST OFFICE
The    MM    M irti a    I.   .    In VIi  o
last  night fn n      ���   ���
. .
tiieit . tQir    cu ���   pi I if the ab
. n.   n hili    Prof.   Low. li   and     his
SCHOOL TRUSTEES WILL
DISCUSS HIGH SCHOOL
Arrangements are low being completed for opening .Mi wicket* ..a me
citj , ost iiuM ������ at eight lock in the
morning :n tuture, ������ .... ments
. , ,. ... the ue ,\ ord. eing the
general    delivery,    - ��� red
......
...
..   Seal I ���"
Vki will  ' ���      ish   I i
id silk goods for'staff have been at work seeking what
Will   Take   Up   Matter   with   Teacher:
on   Monday  with   View  of  I
gesting  Improvements.
U-j
s  an   waiting
go oI the
ly* as
might  be in favor   of
...   v
: III    I'lll
Do       i
... ry.
��� ��� ���   thousand nnd lifty i
litchi ���
Ith i v  . ���
bridges.
.-.!. Ii.-    ha. ������   ! ������. u
..   Muni  lime to  lime on
 p ll  In
v    ti affic,
en   -. in *irei i biIdgv In- bei ti
I. ul,    and -' ."���' ������ hi n
��� v.   .ii   Iii   ;  e.as-  Ol   ���
bidt^.ilks.   Drains,   Etc.
��� v i. . com] i ��< - the amotmi
irfaci   il ruins,    ul>
... tl    ;.ii i    eon-1
maii
���
t's   whal   I
1       v
quo    i
! in. n 5 foi
, i
CHANGED   HEARSE3
���
AT  BOUNDARY   LlN*.
11*^__________^_____________________________________
��� sphere,
Photographs taken about a year ago      A
M . V. X. Slipher at Flagstaff "out-1 ueld
lined  certain  spectrum    l'nes   which
Prof.  Lowell states clearly   designate
vi Mars.
���   ting ol
yesterday
e ag    pr
ol    till
nd ju
en Hoi I.
mil I    hi    li    |   ',".;   I:   il     ������
v .   . i\\ ,1.
t  count
��� "
,     ri
OTTAWA LACROSSE
MEN FOR REGINA
I
|i walk
ui .   Idewalk
...���ui,  sidewalk
.,;. M'. walk .
��� i plank  - idewalk
plunk  sidewalk
1  '  nn in sidewalk
Chains
   ii
 -JT ti
I!
 150
In
 i
       I
'    lillg   lo   ,:ii      i i. t.i vv       i -, ateh
���   ': icro ib, . ngei
Minto cui       p end.     urin
Indui ���  .-��� \ ��� i ��� I ������   tal plaj i ra to com..
we*   early ties v    o taki     ��� *
the M Into cup matches al ��ew V\ ���
m ie .        lack  Sh. a,    Tom    Co n an,
1 Bones   Men . nd Ho uc   . luul ha i'i   re
ill    .    I     It in   ,1 111;:    ,,!. ���  Ul       I ���  ' ���
likelihood  ol   anj   ol   th<   qtiar-
limping the Capl al
I  ills,  Dec.   lu.���When     1 :
61    .'e Mrs.  .'.I...
P �� . .. Mi> died ai Niagara Falls
x.   v..    eached  ihe  Can idian end
,..������ sti .-i in-. I. i :... on Mi ���
ivaj   ��� i   . ilr_    ������   ci neti ��� j   ���!������   dirt c-
��� un. in   were I ��� ced   to i
_-.il.   another  hearse,   :.:i.|   supply    of
cai   ages I -...ii ���'., ��� sid -, .. - th   fun. ���   :    allv
procession was .��� fus. .1 a Imlt.nnce   o
Canada   on  uccouni   of  the  em argo
1 li.. , oiiin was iransfei red  I i anothei
hearse und th. mourner* had to vacai
th.   i ni i lagi.- ���"  wh i h ih.   flrsi   pai I
Pretoria New Capital.
London Dec. 10. A dlspa ch i mn
Cai ������ Tow u saj * i bai i here is i .'ery
indication that Pretoria has been .-
li cted as ' he . apltal ol South Afrit-a.
A municipal loan of E 1,500,000 Is to
be Issued and tae government hag
authorized C 100,000 for a centra!
y station.
li    school board wa
vening, all the mein-
. ni    excepi     Trusti e
'eebles.
, n uu . ol .ui ��� anv were pas - i
'. paj ment, and it R is decided to
. ii, ., .1   wii li   the   ��� xtension   of    the
depart- '
Utter  and  money  oidc-r departments.
..    .1   .lir.'*
a __.
,  open until  .:. tiie
evening, half an  houi an    at
u..   The:., lasl ru    ��� een
��� d   following a   M v   h. ..   oi   In-
pe< oi  Greenfield, ��bo    -
Ij   Investigated local c mditlon      and
arri\ i d at   the  i onclusion m i ���
assistance li needed. A pllcat on has
been made to Ottawa for permission to
increase the staff, and it i- expected
that the necessary authorization will
| be forthcoming shortly.
heating sysl m ai   th<   boys
uu ir. ol ihe . lenl ra] school.
Trustee Peck gave an outline ol in
report of the proceedings ot the tru;
tees' conveni lou at tteveistoae.
The    building    committee   repom
| thai   the  work   wis  progressing   wi
NO  UNION  FUNDS FOR
PARLIAMENTARIANS
b.
xmdon, M c, 10.-  Thi  app. al court
.iamb i down a di clsli c to    thu
Big   Attendance  at   Apple   Show.
S iokane,   Dec,   10, -The attend! ac
in the .National apple show here Mon
daj  was I 1,325.   The .  figures Include
:i ..iu   5000  so.:s.iii   iIck. ts     'I'll,     al
Mill.,
ti
or   the    inline y   Ind   been    performed!
tlw tll., :i,n,   in ,h,. bl8t0ry of  tendance Tuesday, it    is figured, will|
transfer   of   a  exceed thai of Monday bj aboul
people.    All    exhibitors    seem
pleased with the success of the
This ^^^^^^
tb.. Mi ^^^^^^^^^
, i. f,om one l��:1!'-'' "' another b
.,,:,. . n et "��������������� ii country, vis be. n i
qu i. .I 'o  law.
at tho Westalde school.   The Vanstone j compulsorllj on lta mem Bra
Heating companj  had that day    com-,taln labor representatitea In
mi i; ���. ,1  in prepare  for    tn.     heatln
Bj'stem.
M   wa    d. i i.l-il  thai  the ru
he person receiving goo
I them   should   be  strlctlj
di i-  to k., ii i.eein i heck o
Wi ll I
XpetlM'S.
ffect that a trad��g union cannot ,��� >.*
i main-
      parlia-
 pent.
A  secretary ol    rhe    Amalgamated
,. to  Societj .I Rallwaj  Servants, who ob-
1000
how.
io sign for I jected   to    the    expi ndltun       '    the
,i   ifi  sneb i.. - funds in sen tin-. ���   .1  lenta-
i   ihe  Uvea to parllami nt, i ��� ���     aed for .*n
| Injunction to restrain   h<   .->     .��� CrOin
211
Hi   ���
15
.. i  i,i 36,102 lineal f. el
in. ai i.., ��� oi surface box drains.
in ..I feel of wooden culverts
1 lineal  feel   vitrified pipe    cul-
���n crossing!*.
Sewers.
1''' completion of ih< Sixth ��treei
'I'ltem, ih,. laj lng of a sewer on
M,,,i vi...;, an.l the commenoemenl
"f ;i ' omblned syati m for Columbia
lL".| Eighth sir.vi comprises the *''1*'''1'
v"' or the year, The continuation
'" ""' Eighth streel Bystera, as well
���>�� -ni. for Flrsl street, depend* on
"���'���. ssaiy amounl of signature!
the petition   to  wairiint  the work
Milk Factory Leas:.
it w as i,it, d In the citj council r
ci nii. thai the i. use ,.t ihe con*
l densed milk factoi j below th. Ureal
Noi thi i n depot ..., requln d to be
cane Iled and a no�� one granted from
Jan, i in order thai the German-
Ain.'i'icaii syndicate -vho have taken
over lhe bltslnesi luiiMil siart In Which
a clean sheet, and in Mils connection
ih.. presence In the city of M Krod-n-
liagen, of ..louni Lehman, i*. of Interesl Mr. Predenhagen expects that
the factory win be in operation i" :|
verj short I line and Ik now* onl. ring
new machinery for the equipment,
Captured t_ouis Riel.
Dawson * T., Dec, tO. Thomas
Howrie, a ������'! SO. captun r of Louis
i;,, i i, :,,i. r of the Northwest rebel
l)on is ii.ini of h. iii-i failure. H"
was buried here with special bon ira.
Hla parents reside In Regina.
Peerless Holds Record.
The record for towing Be. m to !"'
long io the tugboat Peerless, owned by
Mayan & Preston The Peerle a low
i ,i a big boom of log-* from Howe
. i mild i i Hli lm . W'aish.. ���.nou. il from
Blaine to Rodondo, and brought down
another big boom tor the mill. bII
I w ithin a wet U.
The meeting    then    adjourn��*d     11!   ipendlng  monej   for anj   oiijec     not
Monday,   when   the  board   will  moot.  iKclfled In ihi i    i   ..     ol
tin-  high  _choel teachers  with  refei    1876     M    Justice  NefUlt, nom
.in.   to thi    overcrowding    of    the th^ case was tried, d <v d      gainst
school, . ti.i null.i    arrangeisea      tor  the   ecretary, holding that tb<   ��o i-*t>*
the coming term.    The pu M- -tcboola  was entitled to make levlei   i
win <���)��>-,. in Mie ��� ti.i of in'xi week,       purpoae of paying merobi     ���������     -,rlia-
_^  ment     The upp-al   court   n.'**   u*.-eta
I the JustUVs ruling.
11.,.
for
In
"*    l.l..e.e,|ei|    Willi.
THOMAS I'l'UNKSS,
Superintendent,
���""'re Chief  Deacy Retires.
���  Dec, 10.   Fir. Chief Thoma*.!
II I. !.....il   ' ,
I sti atlon io
Navajo Club Dance.
\   very   iibiisant  evening Wfl
msi.rday   nt   HM   OeOTgei hftll
members of the Navnjo dub, and ����
dancing was kept ap Into tha smai
hours of tli^ morning. A program ol
twenty dances had been arranged, and
some thirty-five coupl" were present.
Those muiMng the arrangetnentB wer<
,,. (,,���llP( L o, sharp and D Bum-
van, Music was ill nonrsed by Fow
;,,'.   orchestra.
, spent
bv  tin'
Liberals Will Hold Social
Early In the New Year
Ou Thursday, Jan. 14, the Liberals program, were lefl to a committee
ii this city and district will hold a I consisting of Roberi Jar.Hue ichair-
social und smoker in their new head-1 man), J. VV. .YIueDonuld. A. K. Kellington .and three members of the Young
Liberals, to be appointed at an exeCU"
quarters, Hardman hall, when a num*
in i of well Known speakers will l'e
Invited  to deliver   short    addresses.
The deeisioii to hold a smoker was
arrived at at lhe regular meeting of
the Liberal association b< 1<I j.'Ster-
day evening the last im'eting to, be
held In the old club room, as the
meeting   scheduled   to  take  place  on
io be held on Tuesday
Sailors   Suffer   Hardships.
San Fraucl-co, Dec. 10. Tli, lie lull, .... of the etvw ol the American bark
Homeward Bound, which has Jusl m-
Mv.il here from Swaii-.ii. report having experienced man) hardships dur-
lug the voyage.   Three ot their num*
her,  JohnCaltipoell,   Hilton   Wade   .i 11*1
Alexander Qraves, hav,. been taken to
the murine hospital, auff* ring Hom
severe frost bitea ag lhe result >��l bav.
lng to stunii a match of forty-eight
hours in sleety weather off Cape
Horn.
Thursday, Dee. 24, is cancelled owing!The  representatives of the    younger
1,1 that day being Christmas Eve.   All I organisation   on  the  sehior   executive
details with regard to   the   cbmlngj will be selected by tlje Younfr LlbenUi
social, Incliidlng the drawlne up of a|nt an early tlnff.
tive meetln
evening.
Notice of mntlon to amend th.' constitution io permit ot the increase of
the strength of the executive by adding
two  of   tb,,   iinnibei's  I  H    YounS 	
Liberal..; was given at the   meeting. Ivesligation yesterday  into the cause
of the accident last Sunday when the
Free Light.
The pillowing resolution has .een
passed by the city council of Revel-
sink. : A free light of 16 c.p. will ....
established iii the verandah ol ��� * ry
citizen who requ'rea one, the ,*"'*t oi
Installation io be paid b> th_ p< ;son
using   the  llghti   but   ihe  light     1'ree."
This plan would be very acceptable)
to the people who ha\. to us- the
residential ntreeta Of the city after
dark, and this supplement to the arc
lighting of the city would greatly aid
to iis attraction as a city of homes.
Ferry Accident  Under Investigation.
Ban  I'laneisco. Dec.  111.���Tile inspectors of hulls and boilers began an ln-
ferry boat  Berkeley ran Inio the Oakland pbr. Killing a woman and    Injur
ling several other pnssemrers.
Long Service Recognized.
Bt, John, N B., Dec. iu. In - c.igni
Hon of Iweiity-flve years' continUOQI
service as aid. rman, the mayor and
ciiy council members mad" a personal
presentation of a piece nf live- plate
to Md. McOldriek at. n meetiog ol
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AND GERMANY SURE OUIlllgilt  bO&P
Grand Trunk Ry. | GORDO^r^^l
Cousin of Cecil Rhodes Declares Clash Will Come
Within Two Years.
Sunlight   Soap  contains   nothing that  will  harm  the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the skin.
Sold by all dealers at ,
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City of Mexico, Dee. lu.���"In my
opinion aud in the opinion ot __ome
ol the best versed public and military
men in Great Britain, war between
Kngland and Germany must come an
��� will cum., witiuu the next tw.
. ears,
Thia was the statement made yes*
. rday by Frederick J. M. Rhodes,
cousin of Cecil Rhodes, who is In this
republic in the interests of large mine
owners. He has just returned from a
trip to England. i j.
"While iu England l talked to some A
oi the best informed men in military, *r
naval and public affairs and I found T
the opinion unanimous that war with J.
Germany is Inevitable," he continued. *r
' 1 \va_ iu conversation one day with T
a high official of English forces InLt,
China, -��� v.-ni. years ago, It was then *|��
l first knew him Intimately and in this 4*
conversation with him he stated posl- T
tlvelj that .nc- with Germany la In- j.
evitable *r
"'And why,' continued this high j*
naval offi ��� I am for the tmmeniate j.
declaration of war. The matter can't j.
be put off. It must com,, and the 4"
sooner il comes the better it will '���>r'l'j'
for England.' , j,
"This Is ul one of many similiar A
expression** 1   heard  dining  my   visit *r
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highest circles the same opinion wa
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Hindus Work on Railway.
Los Ai..j'des,    Dec.    10.���The   first
vi.. oi Hin   ��� labori rs ever i mploye 1
in the southwesl  went to work today,
on the Los Angeles Pacific railroad is
ection hands   and it ia reported tha
Harriman will gradually add to thesi
until much ofthe rough work on his. ..*.
trollej   systems  here is done by thes.   *f
lople.    Inability    to    get    sufficient T
numbers of Mexicans caused the   ':I!"   4-
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25c to $1.00 the tie.
New sets in fancy boxes, comprising 1 pair Braces, 1 pair
Armlets, 1 pair Garters
$1.00 to $1X0 a set.
pair   Braces,  in   a  separate
fancy box, 75c to $1.50 a pair.
Initial, Cambric and Linen
Handkerchiefs
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THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
209--211   Columbia   Street
NOTICE.
The :.- gulai  meeting
C. Pi   . ii-, :i will        held ii
ail,   New    W.
B. C,    :, Mi urdaj   D. c.  12,  19 i    ii
two : p :u.
All . are  < .rdio      v.
P.   PETERSON.   Sezrctar. .
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
. And all the principal business centers cf
ONTARIO, Ql'EBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also t.. BUFFALO, NEW YORK ar.d
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Tim* Tables, etc., adilress
GEO.  W.  VAuX.
assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 A.idtns St.. I'hi.-uKo. III.
SOCIETIES.
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at s o'clock.
\. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No. 3
��� Meetings the first and third Tues
day in each month. Visiting
tirethren cordially invited to attend
Ixidge room. A. O. D. W. hall. Odd
fellows'   block,   Clarkson   street
0OURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, I.O.F
���.Meets the Fourt1' Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall, Od [fellows' block.
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Artistic Display oi
Ladies' Fancy Collars
Lace Jabots
Silk  Girdle  Bells
Kid   Gloves
Laces Ribbons
Neck  Ruchings
Taney  Goods
Purs  Marked  Away  Down
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FRATERNAL ORUER OF EAGLES
.\erie No, 20���Meets every Tuesdaj
evening al ** p, in.. In the Eagli -
h.3ll, Columbia street. A. Clark,
tt". Pres.;  H   Schofli Id, Secretary.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEM
PERANCE meet every Wednesday
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellows
hail, Coi'i.1 ireet.
IONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLLi
CAMP, 191.���.Meets on the Kirs' and
Third Tuesday of every month u
K. of M. hall.   Chief tt'. Suthei ian I.
..The Fashion Centre..   ;
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STOP and See Our
Xmas Perfumes, Comb and Brush Sets
ETC..     ETC.
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RYALL'S
DRUG
STORE
EYES   FESTEO FREE.
The Eiison Theatre
Cc-ner  Columb a and   E.ghth.
-"'r.      .       I     *:- Pictures    lilus*
ate ���     :.--    .    _ hanged Men
*..*- ia     .-ii Fr.dav.
Spi    ..    : . Ladii       ind
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Westminster
Transfer Co.
i.-race 'Paone 18s.     Barn 'Phoni   137
ColumDia   Street
Baggage   flelivi reo   pi ���.-.. -..    to
any r>art or the clty.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Market   Clerk   D. E. Mack��z_c
Open   8 a. m. to 6 p. m. Fridays   7 a. m. tu ti p. in.
Phone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Davies id Sen
Cnarnley s
Meat Stall
Prime   Beef   and   Mutton
Stall   and   grass   fed.
Pirrt-class   Cut   Flowers   and
Pot   Pants.
Cooper Bros.' Stall
BUTCHERS
S'lverdale
Beef,   Mutton.  Veal  and fork.
WeldorVs Stall
Vegetables and ^erbs. Onions
a specialty. VK/inner o* four
firsts, two seconds n.vi! 2nd
special prize 'm 19C8 r-thib,-
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OFFICE���TPAM   DEPOT.
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jHENRY'S
Nurseries
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Fish   and   Caine
H. I. Keer;
Vegetables   and   Herbs
Highest   Qualit)   i
Y'diiov
I. O. O. F.���Royal City Loag.. No. 3
���.Meets in Oddfellow.-' Hall, C-ol
umbla Street, every Friday evei ng
i* 8 o'cl .- Visiting I :-"th:*pn will
e made -.veicome. G E G
N. Q.; C. E. Osborne. P. . i. re
ins aecre
f-OSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
115, SONS OF ENGLAND. B. S.���
ite.i linsi- Degree meets Becond and
Fourth -.'. ednesday of i ach ���
In K. . ' P. Hall, fV��iumbla St., al
s p. m., v. hue lime Degree, 1 b
Wedni in    each month, same
lace.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
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K. and A. M.;  King Sc:    ... :V.   .
No. 17, A   F. and  A  M : L. O. L
No. 1150; L  O. L.. S        ������ 1; Co i .
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Brol ii rh-. ���'  <.f Ow'a   Nesi   \.>   2!>:
aOARD Ol- trade. New Westmin
Bti i* Boa i ol Ti ade meets in the
Board Room, City Hall, as follows:
Third Th irsday o( each month,
Quarterly meetings ou the third
Thursdaj of February, May,
md Novembei. ai 8 p. ra.
Annual mee'ia.tis on the third
Thursday of Kehrurir*. New
members may be proposed and
elected Bt any monthly or quarterlj
meeting     ,\. F.. White. Ri ���-.
HEATING STOVES
I. . it a heater for soft oi        : ���
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ivy ni. Ubo I ge of airtight
Do   aol to ca!    In eel   our i
Ran        * ranges thi -   ���  , ���
T. J. TRAPP & CO.. Ltd.
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GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
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3010   Westmnster   Road.
VANCOUVER,   B.   C.
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e. ,n, iwers in   Em
Holland,    Un     I
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f   w ij a tli h > an be suc-
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i .��� i ���    ioi ol trull tn
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......     null ible for    planting
in  B   ('���    Ml !l"   ; lSt "i:l"'   '''
spray RUinpa,
Fertilisers,     Bee     8uppUeB.
Spraying Materials, cut   Flow
er*-, etc.
Catalogue Free.
M.J.MENRY
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Great Clearance Sale
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WF. 11 A N S K O It D. Rarri-Uw
Solicitor, ete., Crescent bl��ei__.
c corner Columbia and MeKen/i'
8?rects, New Weatminater. B. 0
A WHEALLER,    BARRISTER,   S
���   lieitor,   etc.,     4_1   Lorne   9_r*wl
opposite ���'   irt House   New Waatniiu
ster.    Phon* i tv,.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS* Barrlf
ters and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
Columbia Btreet, New Weatminater
.v. .1. Whiti s de, ll   L. Edmonds.
MARTIN H McQUARRIE, BARR1S-
ters, Bolicitors, ete. Offices, Ne*A
VN'estminstir. Trapp Tiloek, corniu
riarkson and I/irne street*.
(' BOROB I'J. MARTIN, tiarrister nn<
J Solicitor, Gulchon iiloek, Colum
Ha and McKensle streets, ^'..w Weal
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Pennsylvania
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MAYERS ft? PRESTON
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��� n. Siiiltir.- millinery department, and are ihoirl I  ���
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Toys   and   Dolls J "The Milwaukee"
still poes merrily on.
Prices snipped away down.
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'The   Pioneer  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South     West     Limited"
Kansan City to Chicago
No   trains   in   tlie   service   on   an)
railroad   in  the   world   that   equal   in
ei{uil>merit  that   of  the   Clnca-jo,   Mil
aviuikee   &   St.   Paul   Railway       The)
own   and   operate   their  own   ileepinK
and .'-"' i      :TI on a 111 their trains and
i{jve      ���  i     , trons   an   excellence   ol
servi        i      , btainable  Msrwhrre
ii.   ���   ROWE. Genera! Agent.
i.V4 Third Sv.. cor AWer 'Portland. Or
Eastertrook Milling   Company.
Eburne,   H. C
FLOUR!       FLOUR
Imperial $7.00 per bri.
Hungarian Jewel . . . $6..r0
Terminal
McQuarrie & Co..
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The Big Midwinter Shoe Sale commenced yesterday, an 1 will continue for ;. wvek *���:��� two ler.>:er.
cial Prices Today for the Farmers
No  other  .--hoe  store  in  B. C,  can  offer  you anything like th.   Bargains we are putting > n
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Shoes
Anti-Wet McPherson's waterproi : bool :.   'egu-
lar $6.50 for $4.95
McPl ��� rson's heavy winter Tan Ci  . iots, ni;   -
..i .1 double soles; re fular $6.5 S4.95
$4.00 and $4.50 Box C .  made
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"Walk-Over" p      I $6.50 b  .1    :o . i ir   $4
"Marsh" high meril gun metal $5 or $4
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Ladies' Shoes
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Men's Working Roots
Hundreds of   airs Men's  Working boots going al this sale.   Mi rearing sizes 9, In                              ime of I he greal         rgains i re.   ,
'���          vor                are p          t on ti bles, plain!;.'  marked      ' a ge
ticke
Boys' Boots
Boys'hand ma         its, grain leather bluchers, rivetted 5olei   and vater-
proof;   a pair :       :       :       : S1 .75
Boys'$2.00 heav;                        its, "Emperor" brand; a pair - $1.50
Youths' box calf boots, 300 pail -    A $2.00 line for                       ��� $1.50
House Slippers
Women'; elastic fronl    tskins; r< i '   iO I in   foi. a pail **r**
Ladies two-strap i            slippei aii       . ^x *"'
Ladies linest quality evening slipp i     $ '��� 0'>  .���*���.������ (��� i $2.00
Women'? fell   lippei . a pair '%o< "�� ^* '"'
Misses' Boots
"..., ill to !
B .. calf blucher , mad   .vith rivetted ioli  . re culai $ ! 00 and $2 28  foi
per pai
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Mi .-i* ' box calf wint<   bool   with two double sol*       N- I I worth $2
in anv .tore,   Our price ^ * ^^
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Children's Boots
Sizes 5 to 10 L-2
Regular $1.65 and $1.75 kind for
Regular ��.35 to ��1.50 kind for
Infants' Slippers	
$ i , 4 o
'ifi-   to 90<  f pill
See our windows for Special Prices    on Christmas   rootwear.
This is the season of the year when shoes are  mo:.I   required   ai
think you cannot afford to miss this great shoe sale. Th^ early customer
secures the best bargains.   Bring your cash along if vou   //ish  to take
advantage of the reduced prices,   "('ash only" Is the void.
Johnston's Big Shoe House,
LIMITEO
Sign of Big Electric Shoe
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THE   DAILY NEWS.
FPIDAY.  DEC   ������
standing of the situation will, it is be-
lieved, show tha; th��tesldenta of this
citv
u more law abiding people than those
of the city of New Westminster. Their
THE DAILY NEWS
, have no reason to fear thai theirI homes are well protected, and the ci'
Published by the Daily News ���T imperiled In any is well policed and stands well in tli
.Ulnug  company,   Limited,   at   tneir ..,._..  .....
way, either now or in the future, by [average of any other city as to
t^e carrying out   of   tho   company's health.    Vvi .lo not  find Iho loal
plans. Litanding around  the corner  Mich
E. a. Paige Managing Director,    n  migin   finally be mentioned that  you do In othei larg   towns, neither il.
 ������-������ "  the work  of the construction of the j.you find the hotels supporting a lot o
new  dam, an  undertaking    Involving gambler     And In conclusion, 1 hav.
I the expenditure of $200,000, will have and always will  recommend the citj
���Ian appreciable effeel upon  the local of New Westmin ter to auy man wh.
I labor market during the coming sea- wishes to come here and settle witl
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   Front
streets, Now Westminster, B. C.
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FRIDAY, DEC. 11, 1908.
THE COQUITLAM   DAM.
h ��� plans of the BritiBh Columbia
Electric Railwa)-    Company    for   the
substitution  of  it.,   present   dam    on
the Coquitlam River by an up-to-date, p,m Qf Ihf. expendlture involved
construction which    will    more   ad��- f0r labor.   A. large proportion of
quatelj  meet exlsting-conditions will,j am0unt  will doubtless flow into
it is thought, after a full under.*.tand
inking the work that none but white So if it is youi desire to elect m<
labor Bhall be employed, means rhe as a representative for the followlu
distribution of a large sum of money term I am prepared to carry out thi
among   many   men, since   the   largest   policy 1 have already outlined, and
SUGGESTIONS FOR "HIM"
���channels  of  legitimate    business
this city.
PARADOX.
ing of the facts of the ease, be found
to merit the support of the residents:
of .N'ew- Westminster,
It should be borne in mind in   any
consideration  of  the    subject    under j    The man who would argue that be-
d'scussion that the costly undertaking cauBe Central Park has applied for a|
outlined several weeks   ago   to   thej rural   mall   delivery,   the   citizens ofl
civic authorities forms part of an ex- New Westminster should hurry up and
tan lon work of enormous magnitude send In a formal request to s
on the part of the company, the aim   like accommodation  must   be a
of which Is the development   of   Its mixed,    How man.-,  citizens have
power plant on the North Ann of Btr*   nlfled their intention to purchase
rard  lnlei  to such a point, as will en-j mall delivery boxes .'    We have
all.   ll   to meet  more fully  the    de-  heard of any list of applicants suffl-
mand  on  the  southern  mainland for clently large to warrant tho Govern-
generatlon of electricity for tractn.ii.  ment In  establishing a rmal  delivery
light and power purposes.   The attain-j within the confines of this city.   This j
ment of such .an end  Is  worthy  the; subject has  beeu thrashed out again J
supporl   and  encouragement of  every land again and it must be very youth-
residenl  having the best interests of ful uninformed members of the Colum-
this    section    ut    bean.    Especially blan staff who ar.  allowed to display!
should  it enlist  the  co-operation    oi ignorance  in  this connection.    If we
residents  of   .New   Westminster    for, I are allowed to do so without prejudice |
wiih the new industrial era and great  to our inter.vis we*would suggest that;
growth of population which  will    in-   Mr. .lames Davis Taylor offer siigges-j
evltablj   be this city'.- portion In the tions to   the   Postmaster-General    to'
this doe.* not meet with your approval
tliis   I  will gladly step out for any   other
the i representative you wish to put in my
*D ; place.
Thanking you for past confidence,
Yours truly,
E. J. F.4DER.
SUIT
OVEKCOAT
RAIN COAT
BATH ROBE
NIGHT ROBE
UNDERWEAR
HANDKERCHIEFS
HOUSE COAT
SUSPENDERS
UMBRELLA
SHIRTS
CLOVES
HOSIERY
MUFFLER.
TJES.toc.Ok
Get the Habit
up and
:,: Indestructible
vi; Cylinder
Records
What to Give
Him for Christmas
near future .as the result of the con-
change  his  pobcy and  run it on the
structlon and operatio'n of the  West- deficit iilan of the Conservatives.
minster-Chllllwack Railway, the West-     At the same time the member fori
minster-Eburne line, the improvement  New   Westminster might  embody his
hav- arrive.1, and we carry almo -.
a i omplete stock, and ha i -   a
appointed agents for them in tb
city. They are a wonderful Improvement over the old style wax
records, and are practically indestructible. The tone and Clearness of the*.- records are as per
feet as can be reproduced. Come
in and let us try them over for
you,
ideas as to what jiourse the Premier|
should lake with respect to the portfolio of the Minister of Inland Revenue!
of :h<' channel of the Fraser and other
works  now contemplated, there    will
mm., an  urgent  demand    for    cheap
power.    Bj   so much as the B. C. E. I and   Its    present   holder,    Hon.    Mr.
R. Company is assisted today in carry- Templeman.    Of course th,.-  Premier,;
ing out its scheme for   the   develop-1with his usual urbanity, would like toj
men' of its already  large plant, by so
much will th" concern be enabl- d to
��� the industrial prosperity of this
cit;.   through   providing   at   minimum
cosi   hai class ol power which is in this
.!-���-   ��� Imltti I to be the cheapest and
i large  . roportion of man
li hm. ms such a- will
pleas.- the gentleman who dubbed him.
a "rascal."
ADDRESS
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To the Citizens and Rate] .. -
The Fair I
240 Columbia Street,
New Westminster
Today's Special-Six-p.ee: Deco*
ated Toilet Sets $2.00 each. Toda,.
only.
Is a problem vve solve many times a day. Our
store being Headquarters for Mens things, tbe
question is easily answered. For men botb old
and young, great and small, we ve ideal gifts���
just tbe sort of gift tbat will be appreciated most
after Christmas is over.
From our stock of Men's excellent
Garments, Correct Headwear and
choice Haberdashery, the most appropriate Christmas Gifts it is possible to
make can be chosen.
Make your selection early while the picking is best.   Better now than later.
You'll find our prices no barrier to choosing exactly what you'd like for "him."
Come to a Man's Store
for a MarTs Things
CLOTHES,
MATS
REID & CO.
cind
TOGGERY
VV.   .mln ter, Il C,
... :   .'������-.ll;.   locati   In Xew  Westmin-      i.. lies and G ntlemen,���1  regret "j
ster in the days to come. ,...-   thai   I have    - ��� n  Indisposed   for
The  companj   has  gone  about  the the past t.vo .-���        and d.    io     ..��.""
planning of its devi work i:i a to be around to   .usln.   -  foi   anoth r
n    t careful and conservative manner, week,     therefon     win     be     unable
onnection with thi Coquitlam dam to attend    tonight's    meeting,    wh
:. *  been con  int with the ad* In     mj      mind     is     a
rif- '���'        ..'.in engineers, but has se- portanl      matter   to   the   ratepaj   .- *h
n       ��� ��� the mos t eminent md n sidi nts of this city.    F. om th
ie field    ���  itainable.    The number of nominees! svho a   ��� runnin
" >\ e buy for ca;
?ame."
and i >-'r��."i?crr-"Evsa_r
rrft-su.
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r. J.  D.  Schuyler, a  man this year, there should   ���    ���  good op* *J*
Ine of planning  .        nitj   for  tiie public to  make    a *J*
tjng dam   Is admitted by selection  ol   men  whom they   bellev. 1
es on :h.  subject, aftei ani will   work   be .   for   the   -������   ..- .*   e.; *
tigaiion of  the   closest   kind   of the city, an.l I take much plea Ure in ���
tion on th<   i iquitlam,   has stating   thai   during  my  past   year'j
-ii- reputation  u;,on the  feasl*  experience In  the council, I am -aii-- **
thi   con    motion of the pro-
I should  fully answer    any
: ��� '  -u- winch might lie made   on
Bed  thai the members of this  yea
co   icil  have done all they could :'>>!���$*
th.  Inti ��� ���-:- oi' the city���I might fur-
-'   w��re    it .-. i,i be further     .ther .v.- that i have found my brother JL
���    inhered, when the feasibility of the   ild.    ien  always  ready to cast  their ..
��� ���' :*    eing d ed,  thai    the vol   In a direction which was not pro- "
anagement oi the B, C  E. it. Com- Judlci I -non-, pyticular objec   or thej J
tny have mor< ....  In this con- other,    ii always gave a fair play  le
'ion than  anj    other    party    in- cislon.    Speaking  for  my.-.'.:   I   -*.a
erested.    Upon  i ol    thelnot burdened with any great  respon*  J
i-  plann .; depends    thelsibillty, a.- you are aware, filling    th
'   '* tin     generating   ; .sition   if chairman of the poll. ��� ,iv|  ...
thi companj since anj failure  beali   committees, always doing .vuai  4*
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DO YOU KNO W That the
���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
Daily News  Block.
New Westminster. Phone 388
ening Day of Our Big
Stock-Reducing Sale Has
Been  a Grand Success ?
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i  on would im ei* i . j   i believed to be for the   e    *:.;- rests
'  '���     '������    almosl        yond of the city, such as having a new gaol
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a,*ni other things ���the ri u on  for the
latter noi l. lng cornpleti d wa i nol bj
any opposition of the membe    ������   ��� i
couni 11,  but  merelj  laid ovei   on b
couni ol  the Qnani Ial po Ition of thc
TO THE  ELECTORS OF   NEW
WESTMINSTER.
uaction of i*
--.. ��� . .    ...        which
I       v   .    tti r than thai
Id  ; ���- ��� i.     ���   ��� ii'a i 'l upon any
-   n'   ���������       afl c ed,    F n     mi re
on musi    I ������  i i... ��� v,-; ���   ���     but we hope to have the gaoj
linn,     afford    t, tiiVli.il  in   in- following j'ear   11 not
'     * :1>   ���'���"������""  i:'  connee- bj  myself, bj  whoevei  h sub tltuted  0ftice of alderman, havin      mnd laai
lon ol   ���    Co- in my place, and If lt is your wl���h to becftUBe of neglect to
lea has In it the least j know the position of my ;o:icy for ]1()t    lll(.   ,,,,,,,..., .v    ,..,.. (, ���
thi   tallowing year I beg to say that  q[,Arl.tl hy L.lH.    ; ���  ,. ; ;      , ���.
";i1 ' lntend "' tRk�� ���   ���*'" Bame  many friend., who ha a Interest*
as in the pant.   It does not matter to  ,u,  themselves on    my     ..-half    and
Ladles and Gentlemen,
,    .
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regret that i iin<i    li
in
withdraw  from . andld
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nusmucb a* th.
taki   o wati r Byatem is locate*]
the site ol   the proposed dam    hall always be in r.-,v:- ,.  treating
Ic  thio connection  the companj   baa  everything In a fair pla;   manner.    I|
���    - .a. In d th.- city and offend to a<      m n n prejudiced against one side or
r- j.   i i  anj reasonable demands  tor
thi   . ..a-, rvatlon of Its water supply.
Undi i- these i Ircumstance i the prlvl
leges of the N'"1   \'.'. iiin'ns".'!* public I into     this     council    am
will   i,v   be   ;    -. *   V   v.iili   In     i.,.'  :.Herman        and ,
the other and I I elleve ll ; the duty
of every alderman ol this citj to feel
Iho sawn .    No man has a . Ighl to step
act     as
reji'.dloi d
nil- what comes before the council  |
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e!,.ciion.    The  manj ion     of
i onfldence were verj , ,.,,,.
and   moved   ine   to   d. ���,     to
show, if elected, thai onfl ence
had  not  been  misplace.      ,, .    thai
���her,,  waa useful   s-tvIc     i    fould
render to the citizens
Your obedient servant,
slight  i through  the erection o   thejagalnsl       one       particular       thlngl JOHN RKID
i -v dam.   In ract th�� scheme will be and ln favor of the other,   He is a ser- New Westminster, n,.r  in   v
nn economical one for the city, ini--   rant of thn people and i. place.1 there
much as the authorities   will    be cn- to do Justice to all concerned, and ifi���'
,-i  led to pm  off for many  ..ea:*-    tho  hie does nol  do that, I consider Buch
large outlaj   foi    u    new    pipe    line man an Impostor and nol  i fit subjeci
i ny would, under other condltl n     to aci as na alderman of ihe city of
ii���  demanded  'n  Ihe near future to New WestmlnBtei or nnj other city.
meel   the growing demands upon lhe     During the prat few      ,-     ,,u all
c Ity'a waterworks system.   The com-  know   thai   the  town   h,a��   been   Pro-,
pftny ha�� approached the city fairly on gressing favorabl;   unii,,,,.   f��r+herlyov    ,!l '"""
the matter, sine.'   the   Interest*   are ��ay thai i will ilerj nn\ pei -    to find
jniui. and Us repre��ent,Btlon��, backed a c'ty of 12,C  population   on    the
up by ixi.L-n authority, are worthj Qf whole  Pacific coast, or  west  of   the Corner Sixth .Street ann Fll  , Avenue
overj   consideration.    A    full    under-  Rockies that has a more civilized and j Phone 404.
XMAS GROCERIES
Candled  Peel   RaiUni,
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So it should be, with the goods we are ottering
at the price we are asking.
Never before, and perhaps, never again, will
you be able to buy slv.es at such startling prices.
LADIES: Wr can give you the best Patent
Leather Shoes made fur $3.75, or a pair of House
Slippers for 55c, or a pair of Rubbers I >r 40c a pair.
GENTLEMEN: Our special for (-day's selling
i.s a $6 Patent for $4.25, or a pair of liouse Slippers
for $1.25.
Boys'and Children's Shoes at manufacturers'
prices.
Bitf '���) Shoe Polish, 5c a box, 6 for 25c.
We give a 25c package of polish with every
purcha.se of $1.00 or over.
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SKATING   RINK
NEW  K. OF P. HALL.
E tjhth   and   Agnes   Streets.
Morning, 10 to 12; afternoon
. evening, 7:30 to 10,   Admin
BkateB 25c.    On  Saturdayi
, iioui   children    under    12
��� niihheil skat.s for 10c,
10
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Manager Wanted
Wanted, b)   the New  Weetmln tei   t
lo-operatlve Association, Ltd., a coin
..[,      mi a.--..-i- for i groci r>- store,
Apply ii> letter, Btatlng experience
,ui,i salary required, not   li.t<***   than
Fridaj. Deo  11, H'"'s. to
W.   DODD,
P 0. Hox 742, New Weitminster
Vppllcatloni   Btrlctlj   confidential
D. V. LEWTHWAITE
CABINET MAKER.
'��� VTeara With J. A. I .)
���   opened    and    Bolidta    yonr
Mission  furniture a Bpe-
clali
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flee and atore furniture;  all
' furniture repairs.
u (Muss Workmanship.
D-V. LEWTHWAJTT:
Workshop: :!ti Alexander 8t,
���"���PlM-iBiu* Tram Olflce,
��� 0.  Box  304. House   PI..'if   BV
un prosi ui at the bowling
a ia-.: i \ - ning tlordon' ��� u?an_ b i]
,i walkover, the n**pecUvo ��con i be
lng: Latham'i lean) 1581, t_k��rdon'!i and McQuarrle'_ new mllltaet-j "���"'
,,.,,��� 1955 th. telegraphic league n full Una ol Chrletmft- eollUN ' -u--
plays today, and on Mondaj Hughpi* ��� -��� hlnga, dolls and i.... ��� hoin?ltlet '
and Bryson's v ntettw meel ^ Uvi) i|im   Wft<   rii| ft|    ...   ,.a,
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mi 1 ii,  ii.iii 1 v\  telling ���> - ll ahd I Ui
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ho: in  lln, 1 Otllpl |1| l.'ti bei �� ' ��� <* thi   '
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dinging helped to pass .1 pleaiifttil linn
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Anders for Cedar Poles
\   1 ubllC   11.''el .,,-���   , 1    the   iiit'-l'.." 1
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Friday  Evening,  Di-ccinbcr  llth,
lt s p in.. Iii the   : '".in. li   Chambor,
Ulty Hall, tor thc pu 'poi e ol hi 11 In 1
(! 1   from monih. 1.. of the ' louncll.
.1. a .1,1 ������ i andldatei (or aldarmi 1
to express their view ��� on olvle affali :
W, H. KEARY, Ml   "
,r'    Office,  Dec   8,  ""'���
Trade With
Us and Save
Money
3 ,','iiis Alvinslon
('..rn     25c
2 cana Middlese..
Tomatoes for
Canned Peas,Mid��
dleseix I nvi tui,
per tm	
3 lh. Butter .
3 pugs. Ka si is.
LOc
$1.00
. 26c
Tend.
Bup
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s will be   rei elv, <1    foi
Cedar Poll j ror con 1
ack Railway, to n( on,
s '       ��� lona can  be     ��� -
0 ai Manager, nw
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W.   H    HAZLITT
Purcli.'j'i*i-'
J. HEMLEY
Uanulaotnrer of
Mineral   Waters, Etc.
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Family trad* 1    ������'   '��� ''
n-. 1  ffii t    '..'tjht  ��tr:e*
NEW   Wl ITMIN iTI *\    B.   C
1 3 Hi. Currants for    25c
3 lh. Mixed Nuts \'<>*- BOc
Tht PEOPLES
GROCER
Phone  193 ;>n.i 443.
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ln.sure Your   \ c;\\\\
r-.i.qt.�� Vn��� i,aV(. not gut a team of T��ldy Bears, but you may
I.-,,,, a  Lui, 0f valuable Hor��*�� or , stylish single driver that you
 'I "et HMe to Ins*    I r.n Insure them against death from any
*.,oi��a. -vlintever, Including flre, accident or dlseiase of any kind. If
you are Interested inquire for rates, and I wlll be pleased to give
you full Information whether you Insuro or not.
ALFRED W. McLEOD
Economy Insurance Broker
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
GET  YOUR
Christmas Curtains
DONE UP  AT TUB
Royal City Laundry
Royal Avenue and Blackie Streat.
Anon,    eimii |f    |,,..,|,|        ItlOJtlj    i"-sl-
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.lay of  good  fellowship   towartfr
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 Ined ii*   lhe hall until a late -i*"-**'.
. ��J*8 ''"���*' the time In ain aclng
|..nd other Innocent    pleasure..     T��-
i warris tht* (lose oi ii... evening a well
ftlMd pw*e wns handed to Mr. David
Uon, who than';..1 bla m my frlenda lui
,i f* w appropriate words.
Telsphono 54. p. o. Box 665
Wing Yuen Co.
LADIES' AND OtNTS' TAILORS
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Several Carloads of this prime Prairie Fed Beef have already been sold to connoisseurs
throughout   the  Westminster   District, and   the verdict is   Unqualified   Satisfaction.
Killed, dressed and sold under the most careful sanitary supervision
ONLY.
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Columbia St., New Westminstei
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UP THE STAIRS
The Music^ House of
New Westminster
Here we have everything in the Musical Instrument line from Jews Harps to Pianos.
Our .-tuck nf Talking Machines is now complete
for the Xmas trade.
Edison, Victor and Berliner Talking .Machines.
A nv.*-! complete stork of Records of the latesi
issues for all above machines.
Come in and hear the NewAmberol four minute
Records; they are wonderful.
Our Victor Double-sided Records have just arrived. Different
so1 ictions mi each side.
HOME SWEET HOME
SETTLERS'
ASSOCIATION
OF B. C
Hundreds of people are
travelling it these days.
Follow the Crowd
if you want to see the finest
display of
TOY
P.  O.  Box 556
Phone  334
''.in Bupply ti\e acre fruii lands
w thin easy distance of town; cash or
thi��� i  years.   Terms t.. suit .ill .'li* qi
Comfortable   flve   roomed   cotttage!
and threi     lots,    all   cultivated,    for
S 1600.00.
Five acres all cleared and cultivated,
for $1000.00.   Terms.
P. B. BROWN
MANAGER AUCTIONEER I
Begtlt Street |
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
ix'Sthk CITV.
AT
DOHERTY ORGANS and PIANOS
Headquarters for the
Dominion. Nordheimer and New Sole Williams Pianos
; one beautiful Stanley Player Piano,
which will be sold cheap.
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The   Latest   Sheet   Music   at   Populor   Prices
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Morey's
COLUMBIA ST.
The Moody Park Storec. mamber
Corner Sixth   Ave   and   Tenth   St.
���\ full line Of Groceries. Confcctionc,
School Stationery and CMttmat
Gocric.
W.  H.  SMITH.  Proprletpr,   New WeMminst.r
ACCOUNTANT AND AUDITOR
Notary  Public Conveyancer
Room   10.   Brine   Block
P. O. Box  795
Singer and Wheeler tb? Wilson ���
SEWING MACHINES
Easy  Payments Arranged to Suit
OPEN   EVENINGS   TILL   XMAS
J*   H.    TODD'S   MusUjiouse
New Westminster and Chilliwack, B.'      j
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Dominion Trust Co.
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Power Plant to Be Installed
to Operate Twenty D "edgei
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Iron   Works
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gi   Balcony  Ra,lings, and
F pi   Escapes.
General Machine Work and
BLACKSMITHING
Office and  Work*;
C. Mills.. Timber and
Trading Company
. 'aVCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer, and Dealer* in All Kind* of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles    Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     I urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxei>.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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1'ntli Strfifil.
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The White House
A. J. BIRTCH   -   275 Columbia Streel
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BOOKING TO ANH PROM \ny
POINTS IN THE OLD COUNTRY
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Lumber Always in Stock fot  Fencing and Draining.
Royal  City Branch, Columbia Si.
Telephon���*** 12. ^"   ^ *-*������mi��>*�����*
It Makes tier Tired
v     the wife *.
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New Zenlnnrj Wants Farmers.
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High Class Tailoring I
Finest English
Worsteds
Scotch and English
Tweeds
rancy Trousers
Worsteds, Tweeds
and Cashmeres
10 percent
REDUCTION
on original price
of every SUIT
and TROUSERING
in stock
Chevioti and
Serges
Vicunas and]
Venetians
Fancy Vestings
Silk  and
Worsted
WILFRED A. RUTLEY
Opposite Post Office.   (LATE THOS. C.  MORGAN.)   Columbia   Street.
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NOW IS THE TIME TO GET RANGES FOR
CHRISTMAS
HARDMAN   &   CO.
:lman. A. Ja-r.es. J. McC'ug^ar.
Front Street, Trn.t Blotk.
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WHEN   GOING  EAST
iSK   ! HE   1 ICK1 r   \'.i- N !
TO SEND V- IU OVEB
"THE NORTHWEaSTKRN LINE"
i-i^lit Traint Every t)��v in thr Yei-
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Pau!
and Chicago
THE TRAIN Oh   FAME
1111'     NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
tinboilic. tlir tievv*,t ami best idem
ior COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
.n.l LUXURY. It is lighted witl
both electricity and gas; the motl
brilliantly illuminated ir.m m thr
world. Thr equipment contiiti ..i
private compartment cars, standard
16 icction  ileepers, luxurious dining
ar, reclining  chair cars   (seats  free),
modern   day   coaches   and   huflrt.   li
irarv and  sm-jkintr e*"
For Tunc Tables,  Folders, or any
urthrr  information  call  on  or   wnl*
F, W. PARKER.
��^i >r, mui Avenue   Seattle. Wa/.)
LAND  REGISTRY   ACT.
U,. pari of ih" north.'. ��� poi tlon ol
lol  ... suburban block   I, In tbe    i   I
uf  New  Wesl i    B I
Whereas proof ol     i       i of i ertl
Ocato ol till    ���*. in    ���*   5249 '-.
n "i    ii.-. ��� ���
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in thi ���  ',n -'-' '"������
the date of th-- :
in a dally newspaper p ibi
.,* s<n  W��stmh_st me    i
of the said
the meantime valid
be made to me in writ.ln_;.
c. s KfnTfr,
District Registrar of 1     l
Land Pa*gi-*itry Ofricft, Mft-w Weetmte-
���ter,  B. C. Or.r���  2fit.h.  l'.V,-.
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:   lo   hi   ,���-..:  for good resolutions
a dollar bill, and it only takes <>"������ to open
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opening of a 8a'
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
���    B,   LVLE.   M^njijer
'���w Weatminater. B. C ifaneh.
^^?^o*co+o*>'��c+o*o*K> o*> *0+<^y>r��0r��O*O*C4O��*a \ aW*
F. CRAKE
English  Watchmaker
Two   Jnar*   from   C��o    Adam*    CfUWff
LadieH' Qold Watc.nea trom $12.73 no
Q��ntlemen'a   Silver   w^f.ci*"��a    <��������
l.i-i.   Sfi.flO.
....ni���:-���*<,'t*. i  a.m,��r  Wflf-'.nau.   dcui'.l*
���in.*   $7.30 '\y.
. [S!t$ for the folehrnreri a.iiuh n.-n^
��� .     V     tin;illeil   ro    the    WflUmai.
...'���  I'lyvmilHion      Ml  warrinifft.l
"lm. mi.  Rlnitn, "lewpirv, ere... atp
Wntnli   roimiring;     cnarnes   r**��Hnn
lowing . ...
an.I   ii rival of l thi   x- '"   u
mln tei  po it offlc    thi   hoi      lv< ���
��� i   ......   b< ���"�� the houi  ol  ��� lot ng
which in half au hour, aa n mlp. he
Ion   ���'������    ictual iloipnti b     _.!) w ill
unless othei wl >  Bl -wt*n   are dee
...I and received tlailj except Bunda]
The only mails dispatched   'and    Ire
.. ived Bund ty are the C  P  u. oonth
and C, P. H. easl malls, nol Including
the   ���* . -���   malls,   Bappei lon    Fi s ��� i
Mill   in i Coquitlam
M,.i,B   Despa.cher!.
i,      ,   i    hi    I ��� |08l 'I  ������'.   ' ."'���""   ���   ��� Ioi I
h. .in I-,   nighl.    V tnoou\��� i     via
i,   N   li     Owl."
i ii in    Vani -.i.cr   mid i��� ���
i v sday) vi' ".I in, -.-in ni'   i lei tii-
rail j .
.   --..--. and Beattl . In. ludlflg all ''
-i   poll ���-. ��� isi   ��� . i  -. ��� ith, hUd polhi
Westminster ind Hun
i. B 0. vi i 0   P  ii  southi aleo
P  i:   e .--**. 9 ipi ". ������." I    I ���	
Mill-*..
i :,,    Blaine ind   ���'���' atth     iu
ig all V. _-'��� points easl an I ���* ""-
points bei weeb New Wesi "."���
-  in i Blaine, tria & n. n
Clotardale and distrlcl (l lo
ver Valley, Burn .- Cedtre, tDlgln, M'n
ia i Kensington   Prairie]   Hai I
'��� I   i oils,  Mall't. Prairie    '
-i lesi ��������� '"-.-I iiall ipi *:""
' i-i ..-'..��� i.     Monday,     Tuei da
������ i. i ari-i   Saturday;    I a h
,-, a- ��� tn i    ' ednei day ���-< d 9 I
Tni.sp tnaila  :| ���
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'��1  fark.  via ... ('   i- lei ������     rati
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.1 ..Vf (Tuesday ;n,\ Fridaj I
.   JO p.ffi      .vi ;'  Hiifn:i'..    '.     -   .rif".
2:00  p.m.���-niirqultlnm.  hv  rnnrirr.
_:d0 p.m     I.-idiif-r,   port    Oulchftn,I
I mm I land and Sttnhnry,    d.'iil.v
| except Snndav;  Woodward.   Tn'"dav ,
Thiirsday  and   Saturday, vln  ���������,<*t*mi*T
���'.   ��� ''iff, Cafrf, J, c\ Brucr.   (Stev#g.
ton mall despatcihcd nnd deceived   via'
Vancouver.)
2:30    p.m.���Vancouver   and    Piper j
aiding via O. N. U. north.
1:00-   Vancouver nnd Burnaby lake, j
via R. C. Electric railway.   Saturday
m extra matl l8 despatched to   Vie
torla via Vancouver at this hour.
Blaine and Seattle, including all U.
Adams   *��   Prans
.    ���������lenes  and  Crocksryware.
,;  p.*,,-,.. east and   out!    via <    N. R.
���flyer."
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n.-..      .:,.. twi '    LIB   C   T   R
Boutti  and  ��� ike ma I ������
an points    [rotB   New    V. ���  tia ������   ��� i
PTPt  (including  i anglej   and ���'
,i, povi Hani ��� I    the     10 p.m. Cl
tt,  despatch omits   ill ' owei   x ��� i
I oints eS��l .,f i ��� "';.i.*'i> except  Piti
\i..,,!,.���, i.,, n,���.,  p,i.. ii immond
Webster's     dortters    Mission     Citj
Agassi! nnd H ���" si d    Hol    -'  - ���
M ';,= for Fori Moody nnd bnrnel   ���*
I oth di Vnin""- ei   "id 6. 1   ���'  mnll-*
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WANTED    H UsewOrk bj the month;
exp  girl;   wages |20 or $25
Apply    __      B       biU!      N'.'W..    offifr..
TO  RKN1    3 ven  roomed, furnished
' 6 v ;-1* - *    of erronnd; also
iorty chlCl "*    *'"1-     11
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Steam heated
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Spork.
1 I     Pupils tor violin
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OPERA   HOUSE  BOOKINGS.
rice Ifl    Why Givi.. Leave Home
Dec. :.'..���   50   Milea From  Ronton.
Doc. 24.���Babes  In Toyland.
Dec. 25���Sandy  Bottom.
Dec. 29.���The   Or.   i   Divide.
Dor 30.���Florenc    itoborta.
.' in i   -si pijjnki.i.i.
.Ian. ..     :l"nry's  Minstrel
Jan.  i'i.���Shore  Acres.
Jan. 11.���At Crippli. C
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" SS r M I N ST BR SMPLO i MENT
1 - tnent,
imbia atri ������   3M I'.n
-".'       rn  supply  you  with nil
kind? of help    protnptly,    free   of
r-hars;'*1     ftninrh office, 10 7 Co
st*eet wf^t. Phono   \ 27'>0. Vancod-
"*/, B. C.
Japanese Employment A; cy
CONTRACTORS
and   TRANSLATORS
Male  and  Female  hen  Promptly
Furnished..
-OLUVBIA    and . McN2E*-ey   FiTS,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C,
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Just Arrived      ��
114  lb.   boxes  A 1
I    Butter $4.25 V
| 1 lb. Dairy Bricks,
V    per pound 30c |
  I
f Good Cooking Butter 25c I
I    We can give you best i
I values in town.
I.��.��____-_____________________^���. A
Johnson's
Wood Finishes
JOHNSON'S WOOD DYE for
dying all woodwork furniture
and floors.
f HOWARD &    J
.     MUIRHEAD I
JOHNSON'S PREPARED
WAX for polishing all woodwork.
JOHNSON'S ELECTRIC
SOLVA for removing all paint,
varnish, etc.
JOHNSON'S PASTE WOOD
FILLER for filling the grain and
pores of wood.
Anderson fe?
Lusby
252 Columbia St.
New Westminster
VVI/IIIIU      ���ll.l/l.l 1 ���
TONE Of MESSAGE |      A  STORE  FULL OF
President  Roosevelt's   Dec* f
laration Unpopular in Havana - Self-Government.
v Pure Food Supply
v Columbia St.
Havana   Dec. 10.���The Cuban n, �� ���
pap< rs in      v.a!  disapprove  ol
waVning  p   . g aph on Culm in P
dent Roosev. li - me isage.    The Di
de  la .Marina.  Liberar,  .-ays:
"As if enough had not been said n
ready regarding this matter, President
Roosevelt launches a fresh threat
against the Cubans, warning them thai
the only way for a nation not desiring
foreign domination is to show its > -
ity io conduct self-government.
"These words are unjust. Cuba is a
free and sovereign nation, whose
soveri ignty should noi be extinguished
on the pretext of Its inability to govern Itself."
Cuba., a Conservative organ, le-
nounces the warning as unjust, -ay
ing: "It is evident that the presi.!. nl
of the United Suites has told his successors     ihat     his    obligations    are
, limited to respecting the Independence
of Cuba, while she conducts herself in
I when you WANT iy KINO OF  ^z^��:'���i, y
Illicitly ordered  to blot out  even  the
name of the republic."
We Have
ALL KINDS OF
TOILET
REQUISITES
of the  bett quality.
T. A. MUIR
& CO,
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster.
JjREPAIRING DONE
��� j Such as Guns, Umbrellas, Typewriters,;
"or any light  automatic machinery re-1
paired, go to ;
ALEX. SPECK
Columbia St. ".Man on the Wheel." i
I
FOR SALE CHE/P.
Large steam whistle.
Four horse power engine.
One straw cutter.
POLICE  WILL  SECURE
NEWS  OF   GOLD   STRIKE
Dawson, V. T��� Dec. 10.���The Canu
dian Northwest police expedition will
leave bere on Dec. 20 for Fort Mac-
Pherson and Herschel island, carrying letters and general advices io
whalers, trading posts and others.
They are ex iected to bring definite
advices of a uew i_old placer atrike on
One top for express wagon.
Also a good assortment of new and i pirth   . tributary in    the    Ar.
second hand goods. j ���...,..   Herschel     Bishop   Stringer,    ..1
SPECK &   CRANDELL        ' t,u* AnSl*can  church, will  go  to Her-
Speck Block. Near Tram Office.      V'h''��� mushing 600 miles through the
Phone 275. ' wilderness   with  the   police.    He   wi '
return next summer.
VV. IN. Draper
B.   C.    Land
i MOTHER  SEES  BODY  OF
HER   BOY   UNDER
.AR
Surveyor
N'i vs   Vork,  Dec,   10.��� Althougb
Ellard  block.  New Westminster.  B C
For Everybody
A t   n     ipply just arrived,    K
in the fashion.   Roller Rink Ski ,
|'    . -     . ?������'���:  ' :������.      Bl
ir   .0 -   gii Is. men   iv women.
BRYSON & SONS
Sc le   Agents  for  Monarch   Rantiec.
5* Telephone 65.
__���_���____���__���_���___���
stood in a crowd watch .
lng   the ."diet   ren ov.   a   bo Ij m
' under a   ear,   Mrs.   Law,, nee   Sr
. Irooklj ti.  �� i -   uot  ;.n are  I hal
-. i tim  was  ii* ���-  son    uni il    a
a i cb. ol ' mu lu :��� han . .
The book had been picked up ueai tb.
' ar, an I il re name of La >������ i -u ������
Schiller. Realizing her loss, the
v fainted, md iad to bi assiste i
'n her homi The child killed was
eight years old, and was returning
from school.
AMERICAN TROOPS
WILL LEAVE CUEA
��� ���*.���������������������* ���..������������'��� *_> ��� =*��-n=��-!.-aK-*��-i.��*ai��<. ����������������������
I Electric Railway Service;
4 lnterurban    Line.
��� C ��� -  for ��� y.i-r  <iLd waj
��� ttationi will :j_, everj half-
��� hour  from  6:60 a  m. Last
��� *ar .���-,-..*_   st  il  p,  :r..
m
��� Last - -.- '-.   Vancouver 11:30 I
*
��� i'iiis  leave *.te depot    every
��� twentj ���     :or bcth  Sap-
��� : ��� rton ;:mits over tbe
citj line.
City Line: Cars leave tiam 7.
office on the hour, tweaty min- *}
'.-������> after and forty minutes af- ���
ter, commencing at ivo a. m. m
Sapperton    Line:   Cars   leave ,
h-  ten  minr.tes after the hour, *
bulf past an.l fifty mtautes after ���
'he   hour,  commencing  at  6::t(l *
a. vn. #
Sunday  Service   nair-nourly b��- =.:<
tween 8.30 am   and 11 p.m.
Washington,     li.-c.      lo.���Governor
Magoon. of Cuba, declared todaj   tha
the American troops    will    be    ��'i   ���-
drawn from   ihe island  in    less    than!
ninety days aftei   the inauguration ol
Cuba's president
lie expressed full confidence In the
abili j ..i i he I 'u ians lo govei ��� th. nisei ves.
British Columbia Izlcctric Ry. Co., Ltd
��� ��������������������������������� ��� ��� ��� ���.���������^^���.'������.���.���^���.������.
u-i;;..
Basketball Team.
\n , * mpt is '...-in-- in li -<i form _i
strong basketball team In this city
whicb wil] not be afl Hat. d with the
Sixth regiment, to which a number
of the best plai er. an unable tQ belong on account of inability  to attend
drill, ��Ith a vi.w to in Ing the Loa
Angeles   basketball   players  who   will
be touring the coast In a  ;��� >>  ��eek
time.    The  proposed  nuintei L.   wo ild
practice    al    Columbia   college,    and
could  be in  pood shape    within    two
. we, Us.
c
OOKSLEY'S
: Picture :
POSTCARDS
ARK .NOW  0.\' SALE AT
M.   MOREY'S   STATIONERY   STORE
J.   G.    GAMON'S   CIGAR    DIVAN,    F.
MACKENZIE'S    DRUG    STORE    and
"THE FAIR,"  Columbia  Street
CHOICE    MEATS
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Corner Eight! Sr. and    Fifth Avenuo
PHONE  37a
BOWELL <t ODDt. Proprietor*.
PUT SOME OF YOUR
PROFITS
IN OUR
SAVINGS DEPARTMENT
YOU  might just as well receive 4 per
*   cent,  interest,  added quarterly, on
the  money  you  do  not  need till  next
summer.  Write us about it.
The Westminster Trust &
Safe Deposit Co. Ltd.
:_
We biavi   made greal preparations for thia holldg    bui ness,    Special purcham
serviceable lines have given us an immense selection which you wil) now find oi
We would suggest that you shop early and make your choice before Lhe ru h ol   I
If you do no: care to have your parcel around the house we will store and delivi
may wish.    There are many ways in which we can asBisi  you.    Make this Bton
vim-   and
:' ������ riays.
lata you
ii* headquarters,
It is possible to mention but a few of the thousands of Bultable gift articles ti
Sofa Cushion Forms���
With pure white filliiif.s,
each   60c   to   $1.25.
Sofa Cushion Forms���
NYith  pure leather filling,
each 65c to $1.25.
Tea   Cosy   Forms���Two
i/,s. each 40c and 45c.
Fine  Footing  Laces���In
suitable  fine   designs   for
handkerchiefs; .all wid'
per yard  5c to 35c.
Linen Ha-, dkerchlef
Centres���From Hv. to ten
Inches square, e ich 10c to
20c.
Articles Ycu May
Need to Finish
Your Fancy Work:
Silk Pon* Pc.i. - V]
colors;    er and
20c.
Cushion Cords ��� In n
great variety nf coloi .
sold by the yard or in
girdle form ready to usi ;
pei yard 'Cc: - - Irdles,
each 25c tc  $1.00.
Pin   Cushion   Forms���In
nd,  si long   or
10c to
35c.
A Special Sale of Ribbons
20c yard
Regular  25c   to   35c.
Forty ends of ribbon varying In length from ::>_ to IS
...ml-, and constating of n
dozi ii new pieces of fancj
Dn -.!��� n and plaid rlboons
bought al half pric.. and the
balance of short lengths to
clear oui our regular Bt. ck
This la a special opportunity
tu buy for rln i itn a _ fancj
u ork.
Boys' Heavy Mocha
GLOVES
95c pair
Heavy iin��.,l glove In
adapted to -oj hand .
es, Mocha, tan only.
A' hla same sp rial , rice
you can make your choli i i t
a heavy cape tan kid. mad''
up In mosi mannish styles;
all Bizes; tan only.
Boys'    Woolen    Gloves���In
extna    heavy    n  Ight,    made
i ��� . ll.  foi er pair
25c to 35c.
Boys'  Muts     \ 1
R-elghi
.   25c to -15c.
An Acceptable Gift
to any woman would
be a
Waist Length
We hav.   gathi re I    togeth.
hundred    waist    lengths    In
Lustn-s   imi Delaines,    VV:.    v
ii,. -  -
-.  -..    ��� e mi
���    *
A line of Ladies9
Dainty Lace Collars
35c eaci
'.' ii  ... ���.-.��� u  i.  u d. sign-
in Orient! mn   .hi I
i               ...   , i.l -
.i.i ��� Mad .
with h   h              oi
and  ,-. bl   ie      vnin_.r on
as   well
have neat m     iaching on
* ,.,.    cn an      ��b ti     and
; la.-!    Spi . al    rice, each
35c.
Children's
Necklaces
25c each
The Most Popular Styles of
LADIES' BELTS
FlasUc Bell    In plain colors and  fancj  designs, and gilt and Blh  .
pits are ile  correct styles In belts at  present.    Km* Chrl tmas our
-election bis been madi    n all qualities,    Prices  range  from   25c   to
$2.50.
Colored   and   Whit.    Ne. -
11
75c.
Beauty   P.ns   Sets
two and  tl
*   *  .
to 25c.
Baby's      Brooches     W  '
iv Pet" i
lng"   ...    In brooch. i i< b '0c
Hat  P.n. of Every Desc> pi I
From    li.     ilam.  smal .
....I    -..    th
i i.i,.. noun
lot  jn-i  in     ��� in  i, mdon
i,iv,,    ��� ... ��� ���: lona    ���
10c to 75c.
The Big Sale ot Ladies*
Ready-to- Wear Clothing
Continues all this month
The Immense over stock of thia department is bo lng sold at reductions which make it worth your while to purchase now children's
coats at extremely low prices.
Special lines of Ladles' Underwear, and Plannelettewear, Ladies'
Jerseys, Boys' Sweaters.
Bargain-* gialore in this department for every woman and child
who may need ready to wear clothing.
Low Prices On
ALL FURS
Everj fur In the st��n  ci d
had at reduction! ol i"'"1
35    per cent     Rem* tn <
facl  whi n i" search oi C
ma* irlfts.
Special display of    li'" '���*
reduced prices from dow  >n
Christina**.
W. S. Collister & Co
THE STORE  FOR WOMEN'S WEAR        ^
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