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 ' _____
fUte, Shiles & Co.
HUE INSURANCE
WESTMINSTER, B. C
^st;, White, Shiles & Co
* \      REAL ESTATE
2* Columbia St. Phone 85
161807
NUMBER 26!
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.  FRIDAY MORNING,  NOVEMBER Iri   1907. 'CT0R��r\i
HATING RINK
[CONTRACT IS LET
\\\\\\ Whirl on Smooth
Surface i'1 /iin' < 'iii'i.: iriii--
(port is 1'"pillar.
T/.f.���.       ��� ��� 3 PER WEEK
!���'"��� -, ,	
**'��;;
Mr,.
LEMIEUX REACHES       INCREASED SALARIES     BIG WHARF IS PAT BURNS STARTS     ENDOWMENT FURu
MIKADO'S LAND     ARE NOW ASSURED      TO BE BUILT SOON   CLEARING BOG LANDS   ENDORSED BY BOARD
Canada's Special Envoy Now j After Five Hour Session,, Venables and Heinze Form Big Tract in Delta Being Hundred Thousand Dollar
On Japanese Soil---Sati<- Trustees Decide to In- Company to Pack and Ex- Transformed into Pasture Fund for Columbian Col-
factory Result Expected,     crease Teachers' Pay. P��rt Fish to Germany. Land for Herds of Cattle.     lege Will be Raised.
inic
iven
A contrai       .     ���      ���
insisting ci
ttmlntte
���e construe
f^^Hri ������;   i     .        '��� '
WKjl :. .    (   ii    1    '
      ft  : ���
thif bull.
iy )s bo\ -
tbtpe ��lt-
j      > fiailly c
0��t pek.
, A promiii
gut*a a N
at, "IJiarriii
ythlBg wn
,Rl.f,eo%,i>ull<i
oukjf lie  i
r��~oute,flve V
The plan
ge wood
.tire lot, C
; a skati!
'���'    .
u     member i
"���    ���'.;������;    !..
hoi   e  of   ee   lot,   i
Iii readin to    coin
and     thai   i In    i n ;
for    commis ;
the rii
11 co\    I
���
I) feet,
at a re'
;lte. build i
ijriji moi
>m an i i
e��Oma:- will ��� ���
Tokj o, Nov.  I 1.    Rudoli b Lemii
isti       ' .    . mini '��� ; 'ii' la-
��� !ana la, ai rl ?ed hei t
mshlp    Em  n       o    Chin      la
Ived al   Vo
ml Ti . ih lina, re] i
.'..,,   tie      departmi
A progi
menl of Minister L i    .'..'..   :
mged in      I ��� ...
own     H      ���
I en ce i'. i
latter's  return  fri ���..������.,,
i
Th     .1    anese       i n        i  I
, ���
Cnn
'     :'.
ll
consi
:   .��� .':
Ion will 1 ���     ���
li.
\   _ ibstantial iucri ase    ol      mbi :
teachers' in   thia  ��� I ���
ml horizi d by
;   eei     ���     ev< ..ie1 ;, and    thi   ne .���
edule will      ��� " ���     i ;       ���      '  ' ���'
ol the 5  ar.
���������   i       Ine   ���
ird for nearl;
and al   one  tii e   asl  i prlng
.   ���. an open
.rrection of th     each)        a th<
Th.-y '     ���        ���     ed,
.tr, that the
��� ..!���..;������
��� i
:      i the . ���
���
tleii ..  . Incre
���   !
PS    I
���   '
'; .        ept in se
o'clocl:   thl
The 1    Roj .il Cl      I
i loni ������en.   of which  Pei <���.   Vi na  les Is
r and   i leinzi     eef   Hani
(Jerman ���.  a   pi emin ml   m mbei    will
nstructlon
-i 1,00 i    wharl    ���    I  packing
ilai    on citj  water 1ms 7'.  &'i i, ne
��� 1i    i . Rive    11 : .
i In
v   -    on a I
German   i
liah
-������    Tiiei ������    ba -   al1
i   German
ai d  M i.
���' co   '
igo, conceived thi   ; .   ���
:        here
. trade,
ivil    i    170 feet loi
'���;
he my, on
I.     L.   Mc
i   .������        a    '. i   m
eet i        ace In
ng 1 [oi .1   �� bai:'  bous
e :
irge tracl ol I ind c imp
���       ei uated  In  i ai   hi a
i ��el   e   eeie dpality,  which     \\ i-
e ������ i aboul eightei n months aj ���
P. Bui 'i & Co., is aboul to un li
:���.'., ���       a 1      . t to a
.,   and   draine l    pasl in
land, ovei   which I he la ge ���    b rd of
attli  n the
low ��� i    mainland   ��ill    i
ki pt.
rhi    Km I wi     purcha
i       rernment to be
Orij   nally the I ind w.
rnmenl ������ ���     ng ���.">
lined .iie I bo       :
 red
for  which    It wa     Inti
.������ie;    ale, wa
Calgai
il   h--\    '
\  I  ������. .'���    a i ang of mi i
;  ��� i   ��� ene     ad < mimen    :
of cleaning    up I
.nnl  [iu nl    condition 1
turing c     ��� '���' n
h n ."
nl
oi
nl
al -
���  ������
ire Is <
ik&tlng -
katlng ha
istlme In
g from t'
inster yp1
* Vancou
111 heartfl
iri
���   ���     .  .    hat i
��� ������!! hi re i:i       : .
���������' ��� ������'. .������   We
ii oide  Ve ho :
this ci y
aie a
SHARES WILL SELL AT       BOYS IN UNIFORM TO        GREENLAND IS RICH
ADVANCED PSEH    ENTERTAIN THEIR FRIENDS
nt Cape  Breton.
11.- An   Idea   ol
' ''���iie'
at collie        ma i
in-   arrival   al   No    i
���  i'lei'T King
'.'..',���     i  e ���
ind tons tor the Do-
a .      This es a
order for 26,000 ton:, tha
n ���.   negotiated    toi    fro n
Coal is :i  soai ��� articl ���
"ii   md I he sil uation >>   -
tpten ��������� :i ��� i:  la today,   Th
is far greati r  than   thc .-���:.
e-     (-
!        ' Oatn[> 1:c 11 _? ii-'icrm in    III.
Bristol, .\  ��� i. s
���nry Cam       ' r. ,n ���    in.ni. .i������ -<��� i ,_ :
���esslng a i ������'.  '���.-.'. i ���������" ���<    l e    nii-v
~~      |fl BelZOd W      '     .1     ������!  iel' "1   i'.ll'  .-     ie'    ii'.'
wldence   o:   w rii.mi   Unwell   i>i.h.
lberal  meni'.'    ni     parliiutieiu   inr
BUth   BrlSli l.eeii.lnii    elncteers   lia.'
R,     ien SU III moi    -I.     I It-art   trouble  is he-
8VCd tO bf  -ri'  '.:!...���  eei the  illness.
Later 'It  was  ���iiiik>iiiii'<m   iinu   i p.-
jemler'B Si: i'l< ii   lilm    s   was  elue 'ii ,i
>V*re apUSi, iri.   h  -.in.  which ,_:ra 1
Tilly ��M r< ���'������""  I   I'.'-     "  rot'.ii iv��-s.  lie
'a�� progre    n ���  i.\ ���: iri.  iri- .-1fi��� ���
.
'i
a
Ol      I ii       ..   '
en lum.
At I        emi-annu
eany held this  v
,.,.������.
���, ���   il   ��� a   ord     tl.
������  ��� ; ni and I
ih ol    stool     whi       wa
i-i"   at $110 sold  readilj. il   Wa.
med   advl   ible  to  hold    the
ie ai .i-l25.   The c mipai
....    ������ owing in li ipor mc : and
>xtending its operations  v.Ith    hi
ii  gn ati;   Ini reased
ii.it' lon Is needi d.    I:  ; ��� > 1 ��� . Ival
llttl ��� if anj dtfficul     wil     c n el with
com In     Iii   ���    a      ol    he
tock, as th    in   per   cenl    dividend
ovps the stoel   to be one of the b ret
li ,'e 'He ms In tho local field.
���������������
1
ooa.
RHEnEKS RECEIVED
���AMPIONSIIIP MEDALS
Po:
sse J.
Thfteite.1 '���   w.  i  !���:, '
itenaiiHiiti i ee re
tie pMJ|i��(' .   . ut 'I ,ie , ii.-
Bin Wedneadaj   evening  '���
���Obertj^jjU-i ..;    !    1  ,li���-      l.i'.elll.e.   ill '
lononf ol i eif jewelry, who attended
be   -U-PO-I!    .ii".  .il' ,!,���     e j 1       ll. I I
Jn Na.iBlii'iieUi [or    the purpose of
-ULklnf tl> ..'iniiinm.
A Itttg/e  ii ,ni.., i   ni   iii.-   ii<i>s wi'i'.-
iretWUt Wit -li I., nny mse' Iii liiiik .
__���-I OQH^ratti I,,, i,, :,,,��� .eli, in I in- cours'-
;-     k-i  WlMOb   li-'   ti'l'i .1    Unit''! iti;;l>    'i
���he mmiU'i   in   ,\linli   I In- [>1:i\<ts  hal1
KILL   DECLINES  TO   DINE
WITH   MAYOR   JOHNSON
Si. Paul, Minn., Nov. 11.���Ja mes J
Hill declines to sit al the anQUe.
oai i with Mayor Tom ri Johnson,
nf Cleveland- !!<��� does nol approve
��� he maj or's attitude with regard ( i
municipal ownership and railroad and
other i orpoi il loni . The Kansas City
.' i iinn . .'.il club invite.tl them to an
annh i lary liiiin-r nexl Tuesday, an.l
both aci epted. Mayor Johnson gavy
ii oul thai Ins address would have to
,|ei with twii-t-i-tii tare aa 1 the Ilk ���.
Mr. Hill is understood to have notified the Kansas < lity club that he eli l
nol care to sit anel eai and divide I ine.'
w Ith the Cleveland "agll itor," nnd i?
the club Btlll wanted him it -woul I
have ite call Mayoi  Johnson oft.
v   military  enti
.a
.   *    i.
\ "..
eneral Invil
and on
���.   .
:,      ill   ee-!
A fi '���      ,'enin '     a
.,,'.   ,        . ... i i-i'. .
will. ' rs o I
i sword    oxi rc ���
tnd     " ..i.e t dril ��� v.ill al-
figure      m       itly-    \ll the milii
.i ���   .. ed of n uslcal
ibility will be pn    ed Into m
i     as enl rtainers, while a  ful
vill   ie secure I  toT tlie ���
S'll'l.
The- ,! ill hall will !. teabl    de ���
orated with (la ainiei -. and bunting, and wlll preseni a gaj i ppear-
ain Active preparations art,- air ad
being made by the committee in
hai .'. ��hich consist - ol Lieut. Coi ���
1, I.rial. Cunningham, Col. Serg(
Pickle b, Col. Si rgt. Kelly, Corpl. Mor-
rl on and Pte. Sangsl  r.
Nov.   1 (������ -'I li.it   < 1.
Ilu>mw_ ve;
durlnt
Qu
ii r
- rrcondjietfl��
//Par.
ROWpyt .1 i 11  illi-'   was   Ihi'ii   iiilli-il   U|i-
tO _%���-��_����<  eel    I l.e'    ill'.   I.els   in   llle'   Wi'il,'
II* QtibB  :-,,   i.n   shirts,   and   in   a   1'i'V
emarks eMm s-.-.i iiimsH. as eitdight-
W|<h tin.  elm.'   which  In-  ha I  Ikm-ii
���Ijpd Upon  ie.  pi'i'iorm.     Hi- refcrn-d
nT** the f��Cl   lhal   he   hail   Itur.;  heen  ll
I*' ���uppo|i*oi' the West  End club, nnd
0* lrt^tOli<-    ai'lii.'\eri during llu' pas!
lUnuMlr. hail  lice.n   vi'i'v   gratifying  to
Blm.   After ii  I'e'w  ineii'i-  r'tnarks, ,\lr
Jtrdhie   hunel.-.l   uv,-r   tin-   jcweplry   'ii
the membtM, ,,\ n���. i,.;,,���.   Aid. .1. ,i.
i Johnston nn     alsn  call,.,!   ii|inn   for   a
t(). ! ���M*Ch,    Hinl    ih-liglnc I    the.se.    pivsi'ir
With a few     '.niii.  w il l icisms ('(inrii'ii-
lng l����r0SS> .   ;.:i  I   an.l   pn-si'ill.
The' l^eciin- adjourned    after the
uwal Hi>.' 'msinea-. had been trans-
Chung l-,M'.- tho Chinaman of �� aya
Lhal are- telle ged to be exceedingly
dark and nicks [hal arc equally vain,
will grace the bn al police court with
his presence nexl Tuesday. lir- is
charged with having stolen a bicycle
trom Charley Sato, and the police ex-
pcci in make out a good casa against
him.    Thej have located the num In
Vani ver to whom ('hung sold  the
wheel, and this man has positive*/
iiiiiiiiiicii the Chink, Chung Lee ha*
charges pending against him In Vancouver and win not be able to get
away trom that place tt) illl his en-
gagemenl  here  before Tuesday  nexl.
1     .'.'.'
i      . ���   bi' ;i   kn  ������'������ -.
intil    now   no se
��� been   made,   ��� '
: condition    to
���   .en thing    like   a   I :
hese ��� ti s    fr im   i '��������� ���  ������    '
il ha.
:     .       ���'     ,.      'a 'i i'
���   on   the  i near     1).
I.    md   an   exh iustl\ ���   rep irl   is
eing  .!. iwn   up  f ir the  Dan" h   a i ���
"   ��� [orth  the conditions
��� nder w..       ; i        coa'.  li. I I I
:  ofil    'I ������   wo ked.
The        In ition of coal  would  re ��� -
olutionlze lhe     emi   I Ic an mgements
[   the   'i itive   Esq ilmaux,   who  still
depend on blubber   and seal     ill f it
heating  and  lighting  purposes.       Vs
gards   the  oti er   minerals,   i   companj   has  beeen formed   recently   nl
i'.i enhagen,  which    has    secured  a
twenty   years'  concession    from  the
Danish governmenl to work the mineral  deposits i;i   Greenland, bul   coal
��� wlll  ; ro'i'rieh   be made a  state mon-
opol;.
PROVINCIAL ATHLETES
ORGANIZE ON TUESDAY
Repi of thi    .a:
is i    '.':���      r an.l
N'i "���   v. e   ��� wlll   mi < '      .    th
,. .    .        .    ���   ,
:        ,-en xt for tin      irposc
con e  preset led
��� hit tics ln thl
, and to     ��� I e ��� ans if
lieving i : m.
1 . ���   .. hoi    tie pro
���  :   ��� ..'.'.'-el  on ni'  late
iv s ' -.��� : itative oi the ri. A. A
U,   h i ���  caitse i    coasl    orgamafttiou3
,  hi.    ;    ..���:���' [ed rn ��� on
ml ter of    ���   n I; lng a British Col-
Vmate   c .''.'ri' tic union, and il
is prol .   le th     if ter a full eons der t-
��� ���   , hasi     if the  piesi   in, ���   ���
onrsi   will be a lopted.
le is s; ei laily desired thai . ll ath-
: tic organizations be repre ited a1
Tue l i; 's ic ellng, and H. Ryall, si .-
retary of the New Wi stmlnsti r la
crosse club, is looking for volunte , s
to attend bb delegates.
oposition '" e::i e I  ,MI as
.in endowmi nt fund Ln suppo        Col
i .a  and   affilliati d i    legi      ��aa
endorsed al  ; he' Benii a anual mei I lng
ol   Colum ilan  collei     b    I   restei da
ellei ne en,   in   Wesley   Chlirch,   b. lie-ie.l
.. :.     i he   iei'1.   eommittei .  whli h
In hand, held a n
i \v- -li'.  church yesterd ij m irn
I i-    a,i  -a. in  "...   into the bcIh
���i ..   rai ting the
������ | on theii lab        ��� ,h >
. ors vi hii h com  ne i
,..   m.   Thi   t   porl   i
I and i efi ri i I  ha :k to the
'
Dr ol I ol imoian
i evenln ��� tl
an   i j   with) i
, and
. , put
he 1     I   '
i in i
i the    en ctioi   ol   a
���
��� ,   ���   ,i the
1     ���   thi
rday' I
Isfactor;   iniii
tulance and
ol      tli
presen cltj   wi " .  ic.  Dr.
.li.  college;  Rev.
t .Barrai .   Profi B ioi    He h-
White, D- 8, Curtl .
���       " ��� ��� T. R. Pi irson,
rROOPS REPORTED TO
HAVE   KILLED   UTES
I . :-.    .   14.���^A  n   ori
he i he        ������������': ;hl  th il a  battl ���
. ; i        'i Canj'on beti
Ute In  . ��� d ruin tl Stal
t .Indlan    ivi N '
I' lied or wi     ded     M ���
El io C men i i In MontezUma ��� mn y
lose te thi   N ivajo  '��� lervation.
The U   s havi   I ei n resistli     hi   i
soldiers to i om m I i bem
to    el     '        '  - ���    n    rvatlon.    The
ori 'i'i'.  cannol   ' e  v pi
led '      time   bul   i     ri  I "T' vi I
i ere.
TWO  EDDIES FLOATING
OFF   BOWEN   ISLAND
COLUMBIAN   COLLEGE
ANNUAL    CONVOCATION
Vancouver.    Nov.   1 !     Reporl i    of
two di id   ".iis hai In ��� come ash ire
mi the easl  rn side of Boweii lsl  i
Howe  sound,  reached   th     Pro\ Ini ...
police t bis  morning, an 1.   while  ll   :
c riain  ili.it  one  body  has  been  d
i overe I,  it   Is  thoughl  th il   tub   di
i.eely may have he n s eai bj  tvo d
.  ei   parties  and   thai   hi tit reporl i
i oni   in   I he -ani ��� corpse.     Howove ".
the reports differ as to the local lon of
ill     lody, and al o a ��� to lhe cl ithini
on i he rem iin
FlllplnOS    repel: led      hile, iii-    foiW 1    1
bod. li ilf a mil" north of Snug cov -.
Tin y e itad teet pari ol the t lotliln ���
i on il i. I of a blue s^weater, .1 ipah
ese re porl "il a bod) t w ee miles and a
half north 'if Snug cove, and declared
i Lhal a red swe.ui-r figured In the cloth
Ing. A launch wns dispatched to Bo-
wen ii'iinti tei Investigate, The bodies mt believed to be of ftsbermi n
who ha ,'c been drowned.
Advance in Wages.
Montreal, Nov. 14.���II was decided
this morning by chairman of committees of the city council to granl all
civic laborers an Increase of two ant
:t half cents per houi' for nine hours
a day, imi owing to the shortness of
the days, tbey decided thai tBe men
work ten hours n dny In summer and
right   ill  winter.
Philadelphia, Nov. 14.���Anna T\rb\
ri lying here critically ill of pneu-
inee-ai i. sin- has cancelled all engagement i and has two doctors in c instant attendance.
Roy MacDonald, little Ron or .1. W-
MacDonald, Dominion ExpreSB agent,
who was recently taken to St, Mary's
hospital very ill, is gradually improving.
The annual convocation in connee-
��� on with Columbian college will take
Ida this evening in the gymnasium,
commencing al  v o'clock.    The ch tir
11 ' e taki n . j   Ke v.   \. M. Sanford
D.A.,   li.I).,  presldenl    bf th    c ���
. in .. an | the following program will
��� gone Lhrou .
Scrl] ture rea ling, Rev. J.  liriv
P.O.; prayi r, Rev. R, Vri Whltflngton,
t.D.; a to thi ologic el class. Rev,
: Hend a; a ���-. n Ing of dlpl >���
. \l. i:. i... Rev. V.'.ll. Barraclough
B.A.; ,- Idre . Rev. VV. .1. Slpprell, D,
n.; awarding of certificates, !;��� v. M.
I.. Rugg, UP address, Rev. s. I
Thompson; unveiling Crosby portrait,
Rev. K. Robson, D.D.; presentation i ���'
photographs���Rev. K. Iritins, P.P., iiv
giii of Metropolitan church, Victoria;
Rev. E. While, the gift Of Queen's Avenue, New Westminster; Rev. A.
Browning, the glfl of Wallace Btreet,
Nanalmo; Rev. 10. Kohson, the sift of
Wesley,  Vancouver.
No Invitations will ho Issued, mid
no collection made. The general public is invited to attend.
FIFTEEN THOUSAND  ARE
AFFECTED BY  DECISION
Tacoma, Nov. 14.���"If the law compelling theatres to close een Sunday ri
enforced, since it has heen held Lo
be constitutional, a seme of vaudeville ami Btock company houses will
be closed permanently and 15,000 people thrown oul of employment," stated
Manager Hera! I, of the Tacom i ih ������
al re, today when he 1 larned if I he' su-
:��� me ' ourl decision,
"Those who will suffer mosl from
the en i i emi nl of the Sund iy law
will be the proprletora and pi 0] '
' employed In small show bouses thai
depen l upon their Sunday trade for a
large pari ol tb i profits of their busi-
m ia Tacoma the average Sunda r
attendance ai  ihe.nre- i-e from s.	
to i i.t'iiti 11 ii,de.   in Se ittle trom 20,
000 i i 23,000 paid admissions are col-
1 ei ted b ���  the.   il'..  house s i v< ry   Iui
day-"
Employer Held Responsible.
Mon ������ il, Que., Nov, 1 I. -( tiarles
Davidson, ol the tin plate m .unfa :-
Hiring firm of Thomas Davidson >t.
Son . ine of the largest tin plate
manufacturing firms in Canada, waa
arrested this morning, charged with
manslaughter, In connection with the
death of Henri Rousseau, who w.is
killed by being caught in a By wheel
on the premises of the eompany. Pa-
vidson was held criminally reeponsf-
Me for Rousseau's death by the coroner's i'wy on ihe ground thai the fly
wheel was not protected as requlreJ
by law, ll" was released on persohal
ball of -ri.   md two sureties ol $500
��� ,H'!>
District Delegates Ready
For Coming Convention
Delegates in attendance al the Liberal convention to he held in this diy
on Monday of next week will number
nearly 130, Ihere being forty delegates
from .New Westminster city, twenty
from Dewdnej*, twenty six from Qelta,
twenty front Richmond, and same-
ihi!i'. Ilk- twenty-five from the Chill-
wack district.   The   ccaTent.on   will
most likely bP held In the Assembly
hull, although this has not been definitely decided upon. The secretary of
the New Westminster association ha..
written to the president of the country associations, and has received
notices to the affect that all quarters
will ' e ��� ill represented when the
chaii-.,.,n   calls   ihe   convention   io
order.
Zinc Company Resumes Work.
Nelson, Nov, L4.���Work was r.-
s:iiie<i thia morning al the plant if
the Canada '/Am- comoany, which has
een bile for a while owing to financial embarrassment, which waa in
turn due to the general financial stringency which prevented Bome of those
Interested tram Immediately fulftllln:.
their undertakings. There has never
bee n an.v doubl in the minds ot the
promoters aa to the ultimate Bucce i
ot their project. The plans !nvolv7
considerable work which will not be
directly remunerative, at least not nt
once. When completed and ready for
commercial operation, it will be tho
means of great benefit to Nelson, directly from the number of men employed and volume of business han-
ell. d. ami indirectly from the stimulus
II is certain to give to tbe zinc mining
industry of tbe Slocan. One peculiarly gratifying feature of tbe revival li
thai Of the sum i '.piired, $10,000, the
greater part was raised without difficulty in Nelson.
iJONfi SERVICE MEDAL
GIVEN C0L.-SERGT. PICKLES
ilol Se ' e Pick! i, of B ""iiii an .
sivii ��� tit, D- C. 0   li.. was yes-
iing       '    I ll"   ClO 13   O     thl
: !   Iril   ai  ' be   ' i mourl .    presi nt-
i with a long rvice tn dal, give t
only iei militiamen who ba ��� Berved,
with go id (onduot, tor tw nty yeai a
nr over in i he Colonial auxiliary i' ���
ces, Th medal is given by the de
partmi n| of the militia at Ottawa
and up to the present less than half
a dozen have been preaehted to men
restdenl In thia city.
The presentation vu made by Capt.
Wi .1. I'orhett, of B compan,.', acting
on behalf of both A and B companies,
who delivered a neat speech expressing the' pleasure it gave him to hand
over the jewelry to Col. Sergt. Pickles
who had for so long teen associated
with lhe local military forces. After
receiving the medal, congratulations
were extended to the recipient by the
other members of the two companies
who had assisted at the ceremony.
The medal hears on the obverse side
the head of the ruling monarch, King
iMwirel VII.. surrounded by a wreath
or maple leafs. On the reverse side
appi r the words, "Presented to Col.
Sergt. I' Pickles for long and honorable service." PAGE   TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
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Have you ��� ������   r tried to     id out why si many men
wear  " Progl    -  Bran !      Sn;:-.
Ever wondered whether " Progress Brand" is different,  and better, clothing ?
There IS a difference.    Thousands of men know it���
and know why "Progress Brand1 clothing is better.
Find out for yourself.
Look fob thi-; Label That Protects.
ne
H.   L.   de BECK
CANNLHS CONFER Wild  What Detcrnih       eai
AnORNEY GENERAL Nutritive Val   fBeef
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co. COtldCilSGCl
Advertisements
-Crltlsh   Columbia  Coast  Lln��
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Service.
SKAGWAY. JUNEAU.  PT. SIMPSON,
PRINCE RUPERT. Etc.
S.S    Pr.recess   May.
')  RENT-   UN.: t URX1SHED BED
T')  RE
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F
PI VXl '.    PRAI TICAL
new;    ov i ,
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Leavi        ��� on     .... .    :'i;. :   ���   11.
lng (ri i:::���
S'i.. i.i Lv. all        .:.���'..   j   	
No.   26 Lv.  Victoria  tl  p.m. Nov   25   "fT0R   SALB���2    STORIED  HOUS
De Lv. Victoria 11 p.m. Dec.    S ' ,,:' '""'     lot, Carnarvon bI
T n room b, fu na e, ston
i      'ie.    Prii ���   J5.300.    A. pi;   '/...  P. I i
Di      -      . Ictoria 1 i p.m. Dec. 23
Jan.   :���:   Lv.   Vi<      in p.m. Jan. 8
���lien. 25;   l.v.  Victoria  11 p.m. Jan. iri
Feb.    ���:   Lv.  Victoria  11 p.m. F
Feb. ri:  Lv. \:- toria  ll  p.m. Feb   24   J APA*ESE   LADIE9   ��'A*T  ,;i-:
'-J     eral lonth, o
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA   ROUTE
Secret Meeting Lastin   .   .-    You probably  know   no-
eral Hours Took Place in ��� thii   aboutPemn   ai    :cept
Victoria Yesterday. that it is a somewhat offens-
  ive mixture?
.'.(..,:���.....  ���    .... The   fact is Pemmican���
(pounded deer meat with the
���   ��� u��� ���'��� ' melted fat poured into iti���
retains more of the original
1 _  1 1"    Ll
meat value than most oi the
i at, on   tne
,. w- B ,. ...   .  ,   Fluid  Beefs and Beef Ex-
. . '... .,  ii.  .-.   . tt       tracts so much ir. evidence.
"  '';- '    '   '   ' Once   the   albumen   and
t J. H. Tod 1 & Co.; and B. C. Mea ,
,t Kineii,.'..,        . .. !��� .. fibrin of the beet is lost the
; ;:'-" :: m v       ���      i:i' !,;'    whole nutritive value is gone.
trom   Victoria',    ���  ��� '���;.-
ni    , on thi   o hi Th<   natu
of the mi only of all preparations of
":1" ":  i: ' ;: ������   ' B8   Beef retains the whole nu-
tritive value oi Heel m a
highly concentrated form.
xt        n
_ tj      JNo solid rr:eat extract contains the albumen or fibrin���
,      consequently  no such   pre-
:.i ���      ' ninlon and I ' ��� l
rerun at. - paration  has real nutritive
value.
Local  canni .,
:  ... .��� , , Medical men  and  nurses
understand fully what this
this means and that is why
BOVRIL is used in every
.-.'.
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lulWine
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: A LIBRARY OF 125 VOLUlfej
3olumb
* joiumu
:     WILL BE GIVEN AW \\tLl
HV.v
to
auiadii
S, ��
ce.
B 0 V R 1 L   and BOVRIL   X lowing manner
^        THIS  ELEGANT   LIBRARY INCLUDING   125
��� HANDSOME   CASI-;   WILL  BE GIVEN BY VOTE -������
��� SOCIETY, CliURCH OR SCHOOL   IN   NEW   V. I jlAK'J
X CURING   THE   LARGEST   NUMBER   UK   VOTES '"   'J*
��� l fewivee    m \ vvi.-n ��� **������
The ie ercbanl        ed belo I  ri ...   with
���
Tl
Ird.  1907,    and  ��II
��� chase one vote.
���
��� The conl in  Aui
��� 1908, at I ;.. eu
���
��� A ball e .    , laci i In  D   .;. Cui tis  &  i
a
+ to ! ��� ,.        . ���1
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4        At thi ol the conti ��� ;.
* b.
��� library.
���
eceived    the    largesl
i.:   \ ���
Curren prompt     paid are enti
Reme :    ���      .    ���     can be    scared    y trading  ��.
S S-   Princess   Victoria
Leaves  Vacouver  1:30 p. m- daily;
arrives at  Victoi la 6:30 p. m. daily.
L avei Vlctorl i i a. tn. daily; arid n s Vani ouver S a. m.
VICTORIA-SEATTLE    ROUTE.
S.S.   Princess   Eeatrice.
Leaves Victoria 8:30 a. m. daily except  Monday;    arrives Seattle 2:30 p.
in. dailj , xcepl Mond ty.
Leavi.- Seattle 11:30 p. m. daily excepl .'.] inday; arirves Victoria 7 a.i.e.
daily except Tuesday.
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
Steamer   R.   P.   Rithet.
To Victoria;   Wednesday, Saturday,
7 a.m.
From Victoria: Tuesday, Friday,
7 am-
WEST COAST ROUTE.
SS- Tees
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and llth
of each month tor Clayoquot, Mosquito Harbor and .vay ports; 7th of each
month for Quatsino and way ports;
20th of each month for Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and way ports-
yANCOUVER-NANAIMO   ROUTE.
.J S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver 1:30 p-m. daily,
���except Sunday. Friday and Saturday
leaves at 1 p.m. Leaves Nanaimo at.
7  a.   m.
. .  ��� .' the   I ty.   Apply to
S. ri      .... ..     P. i). Box 21 6, .
w
-'���: I ly
iNTEl
lady,
ar tli
)    POS
eel'    as
ED ���
TION   AS
nurse   fo
for ad In -
SAJLES-
;ir. tli
s.
TTTANTED    A  NUMBER OF FIRST
ey, n a    Sm ill a: Bucklin'B
.TED���BY       VOI NG      LAJ V
iu and  board, convenl i
W   r
it
iffl Apply  K.. Box 693
WANTED���TWO     WOMEN     FOR
.  " islng at the Royal Cit;   Dye
'���'.'ee,:..-, opposite the  Premiei   ..     I
HlMER PIGEONS FOR SALE-    AP
ply    ri. O.  Box 537,  New W i stminster.
ONE   LARGE    PRONT
..' e  hea ��� i. . tc.   '
ROOM    1  >
Third a;   ie ;  ,
fr 'in    Six; b    streel
WANTED���POSITION  AS   HOTEL
Clerk, or Bookkeeper; ,_eooei t-x-
;; ..- nce;   best of  refi rences.    Appi;
G., 1'. i). Box 693.
JAPANESE BOY ATTENDING DAY
school wants work with sno 1 fam
ily in return for room and board;
wants time for .study. Apply li m
bib, city.
MURRAY AND MACK IN "THE
SUNNY  SIDE  OF  BROADWAY."!
���
��� . ga "The !
-   . " heralded as th
i) and a
���   ���    i la theatrical   hisl
Vor li: i ions, i ��� an., mni e .
��� i-night al I he O He  ise, on which
a ion .'inron.  ni  .  expect to se
pal t of wit,     ea
and  song,  with  the  same  rapture
he ' ulture IB     onl    -    h e\ e -:     i
-..   where  thl
and music   ta;   b   ���
1 bel ience that tax
f thc tl eatre nlghtl;
rocl        i    li   '     ���.    me of the
mances ol tl	
The con Is a   larg i one, n u
eople, i nd in a
lights of mus-
��� ;  .  extrava  anza   and  n.
.uie- fame, ii gloiles In a largi   I ea it
ri     i     o  an   Innoval i ���-.,  ��� f'
h :in I grace.
large hospital in the World.
BOVRIL is for your use.
The Besi of Everything
Good to Eat
At KENNY'S Cafe
���   <-ei below. \
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<> Libra: .   is i n exhibition al  ',.    I
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W.    E.   FALES
Furniture
j YOU   REQUIRE   A I
iNEW SUIT
HOHACE   DORER
Jeweler
REICHENBACH    &    CO.
Fresh   and   Salted   Meats
MRS.    M.   M.   COOK
Restaurant
ARCHIBALD   BROS.
Plumbers
One      . .::  o   :an    $1
odd's music house.
a sna,    at
Come over and see our
new Fall Patterns.
THE   ROYAL   STUDIO
(under new  managemeni >
l      ���    Lionel    Hawees.     Photographer
j      *   	
J E.   RUSHTON  & A. SPECK
;      ���    Sporting  Goods. Gen.   Repairing
1 .   S.   CURTIS   .
Drugs
A.   J.    BIRTC
Dry    Good-
West   End   Gr
THE   DAILY   NEWS
jttrnw
fencou
rlU��Bt
ir. v��u
lOWM
Vtttm
���rnooi
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BlMtei
V. MY
and 1
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flees
son
P.O.
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'Boar
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Augt
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- Wed
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Daily   and   Weekl ^j^
me*
MOREY   &.   C(     ^__
Bocks nnd  8ta1   I    I
o. ITuTTdIT7-^H
Hi/i e   if i'i b 0��,|j
fecteont.      ri-; ^T^
C ENTRAL   I.IVEKV   S-J'll��
S.   H.   Thompson. P-::^^|
 , tii-i
Dan STEWART\
Next door Hotel Astor
VANCOUVER
���
\
wi::
vJPPEH   FRASER   RIVER  ROUTE
6. S. Beaver
Leaves  S^vr  Westminster, S  a.  m
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,   , ,     jri"   .,
I a ge ani tarm
Thursday   and   Siiturdayi.   calling   ��t,
landings   between   New   Westminstei
and Chiiliwack.
UP RIVER.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. H a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl.. 7 a.m
LOWER   FRASEn   RIVER   ROUTE.
S. S.  Transfer.
Leaves   Ne w   We minstei   dail    ��� ���
STMINSTER     REALTY      EM-
oyment Agency    supplies    all
kinds of help free to contractors and
employers.     Phone 366;    P. 0.  Bos
3G8;   266  Columbia  street.     Call and
ee our list of city lots, houses, ac e
We can suit you.
Westminster
Transfer Co
The Oriental Contract Co.
of Vancouver.
Japsnece Labor   Contractors
New Westminster branch I'. (>.
Box 545,
!
Mi _    Ce.-e-t   lUn H;iTii    r'uei.j*.  1'.',
Columbia  St
:v ��� ������   lellvered    prompuj   to inj
cepl al 2 | .... with a Iditiqn -���' "��� ''-' ' -:������
i.i'' I��li ,7. IJ      I* '
Leav.    Stev<     .n Monds     i- Light *W.Q HeaVy IiaUllIlf
ri edn Thursda     and   Saturd
,.,,   7 .,    | HU   :, ,] OfflWl���Trai-^   Deoot
.",   ,..   ii.. 	
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.S.   Amur. |
i'i   rn ���.',' o La ll p.m., I ' and l-ribri
from    V p.  m.,  2nd
and 1 Ith of each moi th, oalllng at
Bkldegate on fSr.-.i. trip and Bella Coola
on .-.' on i trip,
RIVERS  INLET, VAN  ANDA,  LUND,1
ETC.
S.  S.  Queen City.
From Victoria  . p. m. i very Tuesday;
from   Vancouver n a. m. every Wednesday.      Returning arrives al   Vancouver Sunday afternoon: at Victoria
Monday  morning,
VICTORIA-NANAIMO.   .    NANAIMO-j
COMOX--UNION     ROUTE.
S.S. City of Nanaimo.
Leaves Victoria Tuesday 7 a.m.; ar
live .-   N   e.nill.it   I    p.m.
Leaves Nanalmo Saturday 2 p. m-
arrlves Victoria 9 p. m,
BELL, INGLES & CO.
Proprietors of
The Fashion Livery
FEED & SALE STABLES
SMART   TURNOUTS
GOOD   HORSES
Phone. 250
Eiyiith Slreni
COOKSLEY'S
Well  Known
Souvenir
POST  CARDS
of  New   Westminst*';' and  'lis' -o-t
On Sale at���
Morey's     Bookstore     and
at   Gamon's   Cigar   Divan
K-TAdvertise the town  we live iu  Ij
mailing  Picture Post Cards to yowr
friends-
n^stm
Ladies, Blous
Stylish and up-to-date, suitable for all occasionJ
in prices   ranging from   75c to $18.00 eacW
I
The White Housi
A. J. BIRTCH
275 Columbia SW
W. Ft. Gilley���Tel. 121
Offlce   Ti i.   16,
H.   K.  Gilley���Tel.
cord
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W.   E.   PALE'��5
MONEY - MAKING   RECI
\   .    ���'���.,..  \l.i-.   AND   !:'.'!'   'i.    I      ���    '.:.-'   i  .
Wellington Coal. Van. Portland Cement, Rosebank   Lime,  E.  c.  Pet
te.y Vitrified Pipe, Dr3i,i Tile. Terra Cotta, etc.; Clayburn Pre
Mantel, ancl Fire Bric'^, Fere Clay, Gartcrairj Fi.e Elrick. . Llvei
Salt.  Forge  Coal, Convron   Ei';:k, P.nr.d. Gravel and Crushed Rock
:!^.i!_OTW<raeEa^^
���J lam the pioneer Furnitun  and liouse   Furnishings   D-"
!���! i'ii. cl ir nnl  Embalmer, an I  I will sell you anj tl   .   In
!���! an l v.-..-    i.e. j uu better ���    ie than you  c in gi
u< ... tli    ��� Tri  .....
>:
>; Wall   Papers  in   endicsv   .ariety.    Oilcloth from  .
J*- Matting  from   15c  up.     I   noleums   from 45c   up.  Curt.-.
�� era,   thc   best  made, $2.1     per    set.       Carpets,   all    g
,���! prices.     Iron   Beds, whit,   and tint enamels, $3.50 ai
!��' ambulators and Go-Cart��� of all descriptions.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
[���] All kinds nl' job work nml repairing done on shortesi i"
y; able prices and satisfaction guAranteed.    New goods ai
;Ji I have   old the block and am still doing business In th
!���! and In the same old way.
- brei
twi
Mai
cour
A.
thli
and
ati
Vis
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V, 1
THI
;\1
For   reservations   auu   inforrnatJon
call or address
ED   GOULET,
\re;ie    I <'���'���'   VI ml n inster.
II.  .1   COYLE,
,,...,   Pas��   ',: ��� nt, V in 'oin e
i   vv. TROl r,
Doueral 8-i;- i uti nd nl    >'. toi \c
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
DAILY TRANSCONTINENTAL
TRAIN
With through   Diner,   Sleeper  and
Tourist
LeaVes al  3: t5  p.  m., smd  maki s
connection  for Kootenay  points, ales-)
St. Paul and Chicago.   For rates and
particulars apply to
ED. GOULET,
Agent, Nt w Westminster
or to K. -l. COYLE,
Asst. Genl, Pass. Agt., Vancouver.
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
ADVERTISE IN TKE   NEWS
HEAD   OFFIOr.,   TORONTO.
h.  iel   WALKER,  President
ALEX,   LAIUD,   Ue
MauHgi
SANK   MONEY   ORDERS
l isued m the follow Ing rates:
$n and under	
i iver Zb and nol exci iding $10	
Over $10 an i no! excei ling -i 0	
Over $30 and nol ��� si " ling $50	
These orders are PAYABLE AT PAR al any offico
.. .1 cenl 3
.. i; cenl -
, .10 Ce
, ,15 cenls
in   '' ii:ad,e    ol' n
Chartered   Bank   (Yukon   excepted), and al tho principal banking points iii
the L'nite I States,
Mi ;ol '.'���   .- iii ;e flxe i  rati   al
THE CANADIAN  BANK  OF  COMMI tlCE, LONDON, ENO,
Thi / form an excnlleul        ' ��� i of i i mlttihi   i rn ill     im    ol   monej   with
.... :.i    ii all ...
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. it. DAVIDSON, Manager
��� PEN   SATURD/ V   EVENINGS 7 30 TO 0 P.M,
tea
r*ro::co:<��::<:co::co:>::o::co:o:c��:>:rv��"��-'��:'��'vv��''��'v�� ..���-..  ��� "'%, ���
 __i:    --^tONi
*M>
r< .-.CAI
Rapid bttW
Grinder^
'riii be run with c
hn ��� ] ow i r or r ���
"iliiniiii; ;-;riiii|e.!'..   II
Straw   and   Ei    I
sizes     Our   pulpi r    ;lil
in 'd"    With    I'.".
reversing  the handle
anil  hull  in'iiirii"
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1907
THE DA!l.V NEWS.
PAGE THREE
���ROFESSIONAL
||f     NORM    '-   i'-''l.l':.  K.  ('..    I'.AK-
flt      rist- "���"'     '''' "'
,ri,   Canadi: . ' .mm
dlding, Nt ''   ''
JVHEA1- :-    n\!;iilSTi-:i;.   s<i-
licitor. ��� i.        1-   I-" '-"   -
pposite Co; ". N'-w  We
iter.   Phon-
.   \ BefrHTESIi . !>".:��� )\1> -'.  Hams
' 'W'  tars ji ���   "' b.'.y
Columbia  -��� " "-   v'   i minster.
W. J. Wh'''  Is-
B. J. i ���  '' ���'��� ;,'| '������''��� ;:i '!''���
'tor ot ' ".-���'..'. :���'������   -.eei' . ��� >Mce��
Jlan  r . ..   - ���   <'-,:i,!������'���;��� ������  i...-,i;
Colum ' ��� ���������'���  op] oalte  post
Bee,   New ti.i'iste;.     Money   le
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;>afrlsi  , ��� ��� ri.
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aw Cla-",   '''  -"'i   1'"1'"'  "'it"iis
__OCOUVer,  -.""���������-.^  -1   '" -'.   Iri'  "rem
rill* etreet. .i i-'-|tii Mr.nin, K. ('., ..
W Wieait, w. <i. M"t,.ii.ini.', ll. A
iMTBie. M"- Martin wiW be In tt;.
JVettmtnstt     ��.iI1i-i-h  i-vt-ry   Frielay  af
pmoopt
"���BORGE I-.   '���! '-i.i ! V ' ';'''; ������'' iiliu
���   DoOcti      ',em in.a idnt'H, Coluni
ggd Mci.im-.ie- streets, Nt'\v  \\i'e>l
BI. U
j MYERS i-.iri\y, '; ii i. ���'"'. Snliciii'i
Md Notar i' . '.l> . :-n ,.!' ii- t" since
1891 at N''-' V. ������ ���lnin.-'-i '���'��� H('- (,r
flees rem> ' '���' <'"'-���- ri.lei.i.. <riai u
son atrt" ��� ��� , ��� ���������'���'' l'"iir' iU'"-'
P.O. Box l'"1    "i'-'' , b'- ' I-
S &
Wmi A N S F 0 U D,    Barrister
So'' ii'ir. etc., Crescent block,
imer b' C-2 \'< ���-. < and McKenzie
recti, Ne ��� i, n. i'.
)ARD 0?"   ' '���'���' tE
iter B<>a
Board lb
"Second
ds       Quarter!
- Wednes<i i
AUgUBt   il: " "     !'���    ""
Annual
��� weduesd
member
elected i
A.   K.  While, Si c.
SOCIETIES.
Mail Service
i'    . itched by C. P. R. ti aln al   i
a, in.; close S a. tn.
Sumas and Seattle, via Hunting I m
daily.
Millside  No.   1,   daily   excepl   Sun- j
day;   Sapperton   No.   I,   d illj   exi - pi
S inda;      Vlail    Received       ,;    ��� p.m.
Dispatched  bj   B. ('. Eli Iwaj
Co., 7:45 a. in.;
Vancouier, Sn.  1,  dailj��� v i pi Sun
da; b.   Rei urn mall i eceived 9 a. m.
Dispatched by G.N.R. train, 8.45 a.m..
t llovi . dale,    Nlcomekl,   Porl   Ke-l'i
i,  Hall':    Pi ilri A
��� ���   ���        line  and   Seattl
In   '.'���a. bington   and      ..;:h,
- in eastei n state l, iri. exci ��� Sunday. Return mail ved
;ii  :'.: 30 ; . in.
' llaj ton,  Tuesdays  and Thure laj s
Tynehead,    Wednesdays  and   Saturdays.    Return mail received Mondays
and Fridays.
I ei   ��� itched by is. C. iri1" trie i ailway
10:30 n. in.:
Vancouver No.  2;   Victoria, No.   l.
Cenl i ;il   Park,   dailj   excepl   Sun lay
Return mail received at - p. m.
Dispatched by cai rler, 1:13 p, m.i
East Burnaby, dally except Sunday
Return mails received at 1:10 p. m.
Dispatche i by carrier 12:00 noon:
Tlmberland, Tuesdays and Friday.-.
Ri: urn mall_ reci Ived Tuesdaj am
Fi i li. ������.
Dl    ati bed bj  C   P. R.    oal 1:30 | m
dail ���   (clo       daily  al   the  same
time during v, Inter monl i
: ;i ine r,    Wi stham     Island,     Por:
ilulchon,    SI ������.'���' ton,   S i'i uiry.   tliiu
excej : Sundaj.    R<' urn mails rt cei
ed  trom 9 a. m. to  11  a. m.
Woodward's, Wednes li      ud Satui
daj.   Return mall on Wedn
Satur laj's.
MINES IN BOUNDARY
HAVE CLOSED DOWN
STER,
;'7MTCM^
Gowan MacGowan, Manager.
Large Number of Workmen
Affected by Cessation of
Work���Outlook Gloomy.
Friday,    Nov.    15th
he (Inginals
Scene  in that comical  production. "Murray &  Mack," at the Opera
house tonight
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co. Grand Trunk Ry.
Nelson & FL Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Excellent Train Service Between
CO
���
nMrtlftK
ETT
:olate ',
��� 'A9___t>Vl iBl
V   STAl
in, prof
at lo%
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v.'fj3K_!
pr-
AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
liar meetings of this lodge
in Oddfellews' hall, Oolum-
let, ��� .--ry   Monday   evening,
il ei:     Visiting brethren eor-
ited    in    attend,    ri  S,
N*. il.:  A.V.D. McDonald,
C. Coatham, R. S.; <">. O.
;  Alex. Adams, treasurer.
Vancouver, No.  3;   Vici n la, N -. '.
��� .     Burnabj   Li   ���     closes al  ''   10
in.;   daily  execi   I   Sunday,      Retui n
taails !'- ci Ived al  6 p. m,
Burnaby    lake.     Return    mail    ai
2  p. m.
Dispatched by G.N. Fyler, I p   m.:
To southern    points,    daily exce
Sunday.    Return mail 11  p. m.
Dispatched by C.P.R. train al  3:1"   n.
in., mail closes al ^ri11 p.m.:
Calgary Hnd Vancouver, No. 96 (C
P. 71. east, second mail). Return mall
received at l p. in.
Sapperton, No. ?.: Millside., No. 2;
Coqultlam, daily except Sunday. Return  mall received  at 1   p, in.
ADVERTISE IN  THE DAILY  NEW3
The   only   ill   rail   route   De.-twcen   all
its east, west and south to  Ross-
and,  Nelson md intermediate points
��� :.e cting it Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
ri ::. Cc.
Connects al Rossland with the Can-
lian   P Railway  for   Boundary
reek  point!.
C  nnects  at    Meyers    Falls    with
��� 'aily for Republic.
rvice   -'en   train?   between
Spokane  and   Nelson.
Im'" ; !.-������     sund'ay,    November    to,
��� ii
��� ��� I lay Train Arrive
, .' a.m    ���-������   Spokane  ....7.15 p.m.
r_.\__5 p.m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m.
(MO a rr.    Nelson    6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON,
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
.' ��� e all the principal business ci;.;' "
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAUI
riME PROVINCES.
'     ,  ��� ' BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
I HII ADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
or i'eii"-- Tables, ste., address
GEO.  W. VAriX.
tant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 136 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
"The Milwaukee
!��?
TAKE
T"
'The Pion'��. Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago
N".i trains in tht service on any
���ee 1 ad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own niel operate their own sleeping
md dining cars on alll their trains and
ijive their patrons an excellence of
service   not  obtainable  elsewhere.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
ni TWrl St.. ror Alder Portland. Or
Fhe White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sun-Jay) carrying passengers, mail,
expres-, and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi   information  apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver.  B. C.
v Nov,    11      Ovei    two
..I.', ...
�����       -pension    of    raining    an !
operations  In   the ;
ict,    - iid E. G. Wai i-i'ii. of Green-
��� Thi  ��� 1   .': ��� ���
rs    in    \ lew en  1 be un-
.     .       . ��� ndil Ions    prevailing,   an I
tally to the low prii e ol oop
,'..:.. -i   1  h ti  Greenvyoo I   1   I
el.1      ago the Granbj   and    Dominion
had  'ri:"il  their mine's.   The
11   1'. Coppi r Company had also bui
pended    mining   operations,    bul  i< _
smi 1 II    running  In ordi
ie of   the   i'ii' on hand.   Indli
aiions     .i-i!  tii ii  long period of tdl
ness,    'I his w ill lee- sure to 1 eacl   on
ss, and Indeed    the   outlo I   I
ling but bright.    It was als 1   ��� -
rted I hal 1 he  Ros iland    rain   1 and
the .   titers al   Trail   an 1   Noi th
���    ��� in    .. cloi ed Indefinitely befot ���
Iiiis  week.    Undi 1
ii is most    likely
.     .11 ���   high grade   silver 1 > i
in Ea -i  Koofcen iy and ;; ��� ,
id    1 ;i"    Boundary    wlll   be,
���   Imi    dow 'i     ��� cause   if the !
q nn :it faclliti s.
nn
Mo Trace  cf  Fugitives.
V. . non,  i:. c . Nov. 11.- -Chief <
���   ���   Fernii   has  return   I   from  I he
li-1111  for the alleged murderer Hin s,
iii inj  Provincial  Con
e,     :  .,    ;  shusfl ap while on  iei-;
tl    K  ml ��� 'i s gaol.   1 inly vei    :
���   w is  found of th '  fugitive,    1   1  altho igh    i he   counl 15   has |
I   en quartere 1 an 1 1  quarter id by In- '
.li ins and  ,- lice, nei results accrued. 1
The governmenl is now offering a reward ot' $20 for the apprehension of
the accused or for Information which
will lead to his arrest.
In the Undisputed   Musical
Success
The Sunny Side
of  Broadway.
Libretto by Walter and
Murray. Music bv Boyle
Woolfolk.
40-PEOPLE-40
Pretty Music, Pretty Women
Pretty Dances, Pretty
Dresses, Plenty of Fun.
F. CRAKE
Cnglish Watchmaker
Two   daora   from   Geo.  Adams,   Crorer
1.allies''lull Watches   from  $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up.
Vgi m for the cele ratod S uth Bend
Wati hes, Bupp led to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.    All warranted.
Chai    . Ring :, Jewelry, etc. etc.
ri itch repairing; charges reasonable.
AL ORDER OF EAGLES,
1. in Meets every Tuesday
ni  8 p. in., in the Eagles'
ilumbia street.    F.  .1.  Lynch.
fe-  11   Schofleld, Secretary.
|W.���PRASER  LODGE  No. 3
lugs tin- first, and third Tues
each     month.        Vi sit int;
cordially invited to attend.
_^,J room,   V O. ri. W. hall. Odd
Mows'   block,   Clarkson   vilrecl,  ri.
Corylgien,   ree-oreler;   (le-o.   Hscoil.
iter weirkii'iin.
P
The Road to Success
JWM\kS_JB��Se**�� B
BiW_jr*i.��>'R��.f��i��',TIB3affiE
ier?^
rPi
I C^-fcSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
LOVHJ15, SONS  OF   ENGLAND,  B.  S.���
Rose lic_;iee meets Second and
jrth Wt'dii-'selay of each  munth,
K. of l'.  Hall. Columhia St.. al
i. m., White Hose Dt'Kree, Fourth
.-    ay    in    each month, sanie
., and   I'hict'.    Visitin'-..  Hrethren
���   "^rCOrdtally i'e ��� i" '     !���'   I..  W'.-r.lur pi' ���
������������- "^Wdent, H. ic ���:���������    ��������� ''"ii;-..
In All Business Enterprises
Is Opened Through
The Advertising Columns of
Northern
Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Lew Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANjJ all points east
Steamship  tickets   on   sale    to   all
European points,
Special    Reduced    Rotes   Rcuncl   Trip
Rates  to  Southern   California.
For fril Information call on or write
O. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AM) BJNU1NB
WORK..
SHIP SMITIIlMi, UH1UUU and
STRUCTURAL IRON     WOKK.
Ornamental.  Iron   Worn,   including
Fence-e, dates,  Fire  liiscapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence :u
vlted.
��� JOHN REID,
BE'IBIE STK!__���__..
New ''.'c.tmliiri -r r. ti   <"t,
Hides Wanted
At the
rraser River Tannery
Highest Cash Price Pata
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   Nfv�� Westminster, Bt;
WE ARENOr IN THE TRUST
And   can   save  yfiu   50   per  cent1
on  a   SAFE  or CASH   REOISTE-^
STEIN IMPORT & EXPORT CO.
Vancouver, B. C-
510 Richards St.. Phone 2126
Evening Classes in  Commercial Branches
9    riBOURT BRUNETTE.  No. 4099,  I O.F.
,J- ���Jfmta  He-'   I'lieil'lll   l-'i'ielav   :n   the
mpnth   111     -    , 1    in.l;.   in    lie"   sin ell
^y-'y.'. huM, 'Od.Kei. .  ���'   1.inck.     visitii:.'
-ri- - '- brethren .m- ,..��� :: ��� 11 >��� inuied to al
t��Od.    J.   li    l.ii'iliiiiii.  ('.   il.;   !���'.   r
Muw9li. yy
COURT Ro V ���-. L C ' L U MI. IA. N 0. Hri'dri
A. O. P.    . 11 1.'. '.luixa in
tht* L01I '  '.- ���     mi   ' I"'  :-��� 10:11!
and Fou   ee ��� t ������ I'-h 1.1 >i th
at tf. :��� '���: ���   1   ,|
Visiting    11.' ..,.:..','.    ee.
Ht��d'l;tO : ''.   '        ri''!-'.
,    f. P. Mei.'-'-'
The
ormn.
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���
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Will   be   held  in Columbian College,
commencing on Tuesday, November 5.
For rates apply at the College.
T,
W. J. SIPPRELL,
Principal
���
:
Eai
.'HI ROY/M.  ti.,���'lai;s or TEM
MRANcl"  in   i   ,',',,1'v \v,-,iiiesei.ij
)    tt   8   OV'.'.'    >     |l.     II'-.    ill     Del'H'elloW..
{UH,     C'.elu'e.'.';,        .-tl't-el. Visiting
- Brethren ; >.  ,-t niriiii��� iiM'iit-ei io at
tend,   <i- ie e.i.   -".. ('���;    -V it-
:i.-BWini; S   e... ':,:,..
i '* >,'>'Ji r  ���! ���
I OF oCOFLAND BENEFIT AH
BOCIATlON, LORD OF THE ISLES
MIR, 191.���Meets on tho first und
;f.^Tl__Urd'Tuesdiiv   of  every   month   Hi
K.   Of    I-.  Hull.     .lohn    McNiven
1      __!^__Br- ,T* Forroc,ter- Rec- Sec-
6'*li O. 6. F.��� Royal   City   Lodge.   No.  1>
~MeetS    ill    Oilill'ellows'    Hull,   Col-1
Umbia Kli'i'- I. every   Kriiluy e\eiiin_;
fct 8 O'cliee!,.     Vi.-ilin-.;  li't'tlucii  will
be made ueiiiinu'.   cn. ciow, .\.(i.
C.B.  Os'iiiiii".   !'.   (1.   reeoi'dins  see- ,
-  retary.
J>THIR     FRATERNAL     SOCIETIES.
Include  Ihe   I'tiiou   L<id:;e,   No.  !),  A.
Fi Md A.   \1.;   Killi���  Se.l.e. i   l.eiel.-c,
No. 17, A. I', i'ii! A. ,\1.; I, O. Li.,
No.,llB(i: I . ti. i... No. i:,:i:i; (.'emi'i
Btppert ' >,,. i,:\:;. \. u. |.\; c. o.
F-. ' Con:"   .      . - .j . i, ,..    x,.    -130; I
��� Brother''       , i  . ���   i     \- >   x .. 23;
��� Beulah,!!.-1,���;,;.: ������   '-, .. o.
6
The morning daily paper is first in the field foi'
sales; the information in the advertising columns
rule the purchases for the clay.     The thrifty house- ;
wife examins the morning paper carefully before ���
telephoning her orders, and reads the advertisements
carefully before purchasing home necessities.
So That You
Mr Businessman should take advantage of, and advertise in the Morning Daily News, ancl secure the
orders that the heavy purchasers of stock make imperative to large profits and quick returns.
c ���������^����������������������������������������������*<.<>^x.; ����������������������������������<�����.>��.��t\��.A.r---.-jo:*���<��
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11,000,000.00
irsnciiea throughout Canada and New .oundland, aud in London, England,
New Vork, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking  Business Transuc rid.
Letters of Credit Issueel, available witl. correspondents in all narts of tbe
World.
���Savlngi Bank  Department.      Deposits   received
anil Interest allowed tit 11 per cert.  |ier
four times a year.
Total  Assets over 1168,000.000.00.
Open every Saturday evening from 7: SO p. m. to 9 p.  m.
NriW WESTMINSTER BRANCH. O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
In sui if of ?1 and upwards,
uitiuiu   i present rale)  added
RYALL'S COUGH SYRUP
PRICE  50c
Money  Back  If Not   Satisfactory.
 AT	
>
RVAH'S DRUG STORE
8*" PAGE  FOUR
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
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THE DAILY NEwS
1' tblishi I ' :������ the Daily News Pub-
I .imited,   at
offices,  corner of   Sixth   and   I'
street-. N- w Westminsti      1.   C.
E.   A.   Paioe.
.Managing   Director
::-.'   rth co ml lng.   Ag iin, i    om a
md "catch"        1902 1
u 1  190 1-7, would s ' I'tov,
_ ���   ������     variation    (n   ' h
conditions   v. b        a fei I   I '������     - ic ���
ocean
���   ,. comm ���:...-  :- ippo ���   l.
NOTICE.
�����������
<��-. ->��    -L-
FRIDAY. NOV.  15.  1907
IS    IT    SUFFICIENT?
The (���,'!��� stion of the  Legal!
vorces granted by the courts of British Columbia, which    was  rai-. .
Mr. Jostice CK mi :r   some time ag ���
end  upon  which comment   was  mad
in these-   columns    at   the   time,   has
been settled  as far as an express!
of  opinion   by  the Dominion  department of justice can  settle it;  or.  at
least,   that   is   what  one   would  infer
from  the wording of an  Ottawa  dls-
p itch     ite 1   Nov.  13.      The dispatch
.says. ]ee;i'i>oi'ting to quote from a stal -
tn. nl ma le by the department:
"Although by the British North Am-
.:    Act,   rnarriag ���    and    divo c
were i ly reserved fo rie
diet!   .   il  i be Dominion, il  was   ils.i
ex   ��� se ���   sl Ip ������'.., ed    thai   t he   pro,
In ces    :   N'ljv.i  Scotia,    Nevt   _3 i
wick,    Prince    Edward    Island,   and
British i lolumbia  should   retain  their
divon     -    i:is.      I'n h-:'   thee-   agre -
lee   .'    the_i��    folli'   pi 'ivilK <'S    leU\e-    he-'ei
granting divorces evi .    Ini      hi..  entered the confed r ition."
Th" m ai tment of justice ii I not, i
of course, pul the matter just tl i<
way. The HepJitch Is no doubt ;i reporter's condensed version of 'ii ���
statemenl made. Hike a genuine Irish
"bull." however, it puts the ��� saenc
of the matter quite as clearly as, and
much more tersely than, any formal
statement could put it. The British
Norih America Act does not men;ion
divorce courts, and mentions British
Columbia only to say that it might
join the Dominion at any time las ."
did four years later) if both parties
were willing.
What the B. N- A. Act does say is
that the provinces which constitute
the original -Dominion were to retain
certain courts (among which the divorce court would be included") until
and unless the legislature having fan
power under the Act to deal with the
matter, abolished them. Then, when
British Columbia entered the Dominion, the Terms of I'nion provided that
the provisions of the B. N. A, Act
(with certain specified exceptions)
should apply to this province "in the
saint.- way und to the like intent" as
if British Columhia had been one of
Hit- provinces forming the original Dominion.
This provision of the Terms of I'nion certainly appears to make tho
clause of the !',. N. A. Act referred to
above applicable to this province, ami
as there has not been, we believe, any
legislation on the subject, it would
follow of course that our divorce court
is a perfectly valbl and subsisting
.court.
The dlspatph would make it appear
...'?_i( that is the conclusion of the department of justice, and to the mind
of the layman it appears to be a sound
conclusion; but as it is possible that
at some time large and important
questions of rights of inheritance may
de|iend upon a judicial decision as <0
the legality- of divorces, it would see.n
advisable, since the question has been
raised, that it should be settled beyond all eloiibt or question by competent legislation.
Free  School  Eooks.
1-; litor, Daily Mews;
Sir���Premier McBride promised the
school trustee convention at New
SVostainstei laet month thai he ��v ml i
carry oul all their resolutions if '-
wore possible- The convention passsd
a resolution in favoi of frei school
books.
The city of Toronto sumilies iis 12,
nun school children with all scho 1
requisites at a cost of aboul 25 cents
lier head.
The cost to this provlnc ��� at that
rate woul I be aboul $8,010 plus the
eee.-t of distributing. Several nev,
- have been gazi tted to be Inti ������
duced after Chi tmas, thai rom] I
.; ition Is nec< - -
Please keep  the matter  before
���id.-,  --.i that th" governmenl must
fulfil the premier's promise.   It would
be  a  shame  to admit  thai   we ���
nol do for the school chili:��� n   if this
province wh il   thi se    at ting   foi
city of Toronto i an do for it:- pup
J. N. MUIR.
Keefers, B. ('.. Nov, 13, 1907.
THE METHODS CONTRASTED
Speaking at Dunfermline, Sir Henry
Campbell-Bannerman   said:     No incldenl   In   the Colonial history  of  our
country, not Istteptlng the great Canadian   ettlement, haa been more splendid in its !e-.-,.>on to ourselves and the  j
world   than    the    tree   constitution.,
given ta Ibe .Transvaal and the Orange h
p.:....   Colony.     The  Liber i] go\  i "���
n,i nl  ci   li asl   bad  shown   thai   i bej
knew how to consolidate and amalga-
,, ate divided  communil lea  under tho'
British   Crown.    Mr.   Long's  methodi
were different.   Mr Long fii"  wenl to !
war with tttsm and spenl two hundred
and fifty {pillions in overcoming their
resistance    Then when the war wis
ended  be    offered   a grudging, halfhearted,  suspicious    partnership, nnd
now he- would consolidate the Empire
by Betting all the stales within It by
the ears over tariffs.
The experience of th<- current year
seems to proviite a problem for tha
fishery  commission     which   meets   iu
Victoria on Monday.   The season h;n
been pronounced u failure as far ;es
s ici.t-.-c  fishing  was    concerned, yet
tlie  Dominion  hatcheries    on   Fraser
waters have just ahout as many sock
eye eggs in their trays today as they
hail   in   the   "big"   year   (1905),   when
there   were   fish   "to   burn."     To  thi-! j
ier.it ll Is certain thai the extra 12-1
hour   close   lime   above   th ���   bridge���
thai  unjust measure of discrimination ,
wlii'-h  was granted  to  tic  urging of
< irl iin panners and trap owners backed ���    tfh%*<Jflhslal reports of the pio--,
fiucri! government���contributed noth-
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help us by registering your kick
at this office.
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ise ol seh cting a i indidate
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ster district al the nexi Dominie
ection, will be held in mi.- city me
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 18
. i ncing al '< lo      ���. I'..- af
ternoon.
Del- - i ��� - ��h i ma; I e una . o at-
ii ml shall appoint pr ixii s and notily
��� ie  presiding olficer bel ��� con
vention opens.
Signed,
J. Reid, Pres.
J. W. MacDonald, Sec.
| WATCHES I
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\Q We only  carry  reliable  makes  ancl  guarantee  themi
give satisfaction  or  money refunded.
If you are requiring a  Watch, <*\e presume you n
perfect timepiece.     Every Watch  that  comes  into
store  is  examined    before   delivered   to  our
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Equally Welcome   to  look or to  buy
Horace  Dorer
Goldsmith    Silversmith     Diamond  Merchant
Columbia St., Next Tram Office
Labor   Party
Annual Meeting
--FOR--
Election of Officers
ODDFELLOWS'  HALL
Friday, November 15,
at 8 p. m.
PRINTING
i; ive your printing don i In
tov. :i        ' he ii  il rn" '������   n
I.. :h gr. ie prinl rs���
Jackson & Morrison
DAILY  N'EWS BLO
The Northern B<
Head Office, Winnipeg
sir daniel McMillan, Pre* j. w. Dec. cgrady -,
Authorized Capital, $6,000,000
Will Open for Business on Monday, Novemk.
248 Columbia Street, New Westminster
All members and  friends request",
to    -   I'i'esent.
S.  (1.  TIDY,
Secrotarv  Labor Party.
IF   THE   PAPER  IS   NOT  DELIVERED ANY MORNING
telephone or  call,  and  we  will
see that the error is immediately rectified.
Signs Painted
Anywhere
NOTICE.���Royal City Sign Works
have remove l to Fourth Street, city.
back of Guichon   Hotel.
JAS.   PENNINGTON and
ROBT.   RICHARDSON,
Cook's
Restaurant
Cafe and
Grill
A Western Institute
For Western People
Splendid Cuisine
White Chefs
Dominion    Trust   Building
Opposite Post Office
Every description of Banking business transai?
Special Terms for Savings  Deposits
Correspondents in all parts of the world
Banking by mail a specialty
'roprietors.    ADVERTISE IN THE DAILY  NEWS
The Northern  Bank Is the Only Canadian Bank
Its Head Office in the West
ospectors'
and Loggers9
BOOTS
Our lines of Prospectors' and Logging Boots are
extensive. We show the very best shoes of this sort
that are made. Ask to see our "B. C." Logger Boots,
prices from $5.00 to $7.50 a pair; also see our C. B.
Dayfoot "King of the River" Loggers, at prices frcm
$4.50 to $7.00 a pair. Money can't buy better logging shoes than these two makes.
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FOR SALE.....
Dry Fir Wood in 4 ft. lengths, which we w|
deliver to any part of the city.
C. WILLIAMS
Eighth ave. and Second St.
'Phone
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Mounting
Large Game
Heads
A SPECIALTY
John Cooperl
Fine Art   Taxidtr
mitt  and Fur
Dresser
** fmmtUr St.. Op*.   Otpi">-\
VANCOUVER, B. C. I
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Prospectors'  Shoes
We're ready along this line with some of the
best shoemaking that it is possible to obtain. Our
prices on Prospector Boots���the same styles as cut-
start at $4.50 and run to $9.00 a pair.
Our "Brown Moose-Hide" Prospectors at $7,00
are the best values in B. C.
Prospectors and   Loggers  will be greatly interested
in our Sfock of Shoes
JOHNSTON'S
BIG SHOE HOUSE, Ltd.-	
The Good   ChetrjIT'S  FINE
STORE
For Good Groce ies
Cheap
Pants
Overcoats
Reefers
Cardigan   Jackets
Underwear
SKATING
AT
Imperial Roi'
Rink   I
ENGLISH   BAY;
Every Week Day.
Afternoon and Even!
'Phone:; I'm
English   and .. leric in
bles,   Eowl.ncj   Alleys,   etc
s3cond ��� hand  tablet  and
Btock.
r      cl       R.   H.   CL13UF"
rree Silver* are  Coupons With    Phone A2698. i' ,1"
Each Purchase !:" "'   '   '  ���
VANCOUVER
A$en1   Im-   Mi i n        ::,;;
Free Delivery to All Parts       (     Toronto.
of the City
J. HEME
Manufacturer <
New Westminster, B. C.
SIGN OF THE BIG ELECTRIC SHOE
le & Soil   Mineral Waters,f
Aerated WateR
The Home of Plenty
'hone
Family Trade a BpecM")''    ,
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Trl. 113.
OITtca, Bl
255 Front St.      new westminstei1
.fTto MtDAV, NOV. 15. 1?07
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
-'��� ��� . fivt;
T. H. SMITH 1. H. SMITH
The Cash Stores
I  Winter Dress
Goods, Comforters
I and Blankets
Xmas goods will require the
space, in a few clays, now occupied
by these big stocks. Should you
Sfeed anything along these lines, it
will pay you to investigate, you
can secure genuine bargains.
Hundreds of yards of new  Waist-
ing,    Wove Delanes,   French
Flannels, the cream of our
new stock   at 39c.
a yard.
��� We are Selling
Hundreds of yards    of Novelty   Tweed Suitings,
eSatin Cloths and Tartans in many color-   ^
lings,   at 50c
[Buy
Your Blankets Now !
i.iTi get the benefit these chilly nights.   See the
window display of soft fluffy wove   ^ ^
Blankets at per pair Jp 0.10
bed size Blankets with pink or blue borders
me
extra fine quality unshrinkable, $5.'.o
value, at	
$4.95
Special Prices to Clear
I Down Quilts
*Every Quilt frilled with fine quality of pure selected
B? white down, coverings are the guaranteed quality
||. of French Sateen, dainty shades of   a ��� ��� ���-
.* pink, blue, etc., two yards wide, choice Jp O. ��� 5
Finer  qualities, extra large, at $6.75 and $8.75
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I T. H.SMITH
DRESSMAKING AND MILLINERY
267-271 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
CITY NEWS
>��������������������������� ������������^��'��v�� ������������>>���������
Pr.  T.  II.  Le*ey,  at-:.'        I     ��ceni
ulub building, Columbia street.
A  ne. ( Tin--;    if ba 111 ( :.''.. 1-1 e-; i
ihortly   vtu ite.    Thi    ;. in
'������   P   ��� '. T. i
q with thi
Bee, ...
,,!    ell .eilill-    ,e    BChl dull    Of   games    1 '���'
' .!������   A in', <:   months.        [I    ri   expeCte 1
thai .it le . tril] ,;,
pari in ' he match* -
Morley is slated  to ed  Mr.  1' il
....   1
:i. i .   . , ���   .���:��� tl,,   |ig{     ���
' .-
Tlie' free ;; rary contest closes oi
January 2',, and vt s. mid remin 1
ehesy lute retted that thi Wes| Enl
grocery i.s the    on'.. ���  .,    whei ���
vote* can   ie h ***
Bread al live ci nl j pei loal
-   ery, Fo irth meel ri . . i
e   ������ '.em-; di laj e d Im] i ivemi ats ii
Sapperton park w ill bi e immenced on
.!. Be3t. who wa.. toi some cime boa-   December i nnd carried to a conclu-
.ected  with  N'o.   I   Brehall  as driv r,   ";":i  without   Intermission.      At     the
eturned   to the rii'.   yesterdaj   after 'i"!:   ,;  the council committee
in absence of some months In Tan-  ���' resolution was adopted favoring thy
n.i. Mr. Beej has nol yel decid 1
��� bi ther he will remain In B. C. or re-
urn south.
For
cut flow
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.hone T-
Davies   tc
Son,  II
208.
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sen ed
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gl urate
this   in ee ning.
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,\ee ordinary
drunk;
will a;
so i laim
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.hare
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piano  $50,
al
Tod I'a
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bouse.
***
The annual meeting ol the New
\\, sl minstei   La ior   partj     will take
. . In the Opera house this evening,
when ;i number of prominent 1 ic 1
anil outsidi speakers are to ad ire-.-.
the meeting. All labor men and othei .- Inti .���-''��� 1 are Invited to att nd.
Buy al the Wi sl End grocery and
receive coupons for the tree library.*"
expenditui     il   M,000 towards putl in ;
the park Into condition, and th;.i re -
. .'in will  cnn.'   before  the coune  I
e,!i  Mondaj  evening  I u  conflimatton.
\   i ommltte i    ol   S ippe rton    ;"���<']��� i
��� ei  the-  council  commit tee  In
ession .i she i :>--:<> and
suci ei ;e i   in  Influencing  ib ��� coum
��� i this ' xtent
A   j oung   men' -   Conservative    i
v. as   formally  oi ganlzi el  last  evi nin ���
In ile ��� Cunningham hell, about half .>
���ilr.;   ,'iil'.iih"I.     O-fl-
and an executive committee was
[iointed to cond icl I he   H lir; of the
club  during  th''  coming   winter,  an i
mgein.'nis were partially complet-j
el   for holding  meetings  periodically
roug boul   i hi' yi ar.     The following
: -   were   elected:     Thomas  Gifford,  M.l-.A..   Hon.   president;   \V.   '".
Hansford,  president;    Vri  It. Gordon,
.; ��� presldtit:     ll.  I'.   Latham, seen ���
.    and .1. H. Villi, c. D. Peele, X.
i;  Brown and John Eagles, executive.
Th.-   La lie '   Aid   e.i'
Application  was  made to  iho  JJe.i-
S:.   Barnabas evolenl society yesterdaj at thalr '.������_;-
nhurch will hold a bazaai "a Thursday, No\ a,, - -. ;I e rn. eeds i'i 1].'
devoted to the work of the society.
All tin.' usual bazaar attractions, i.i
addition io a number nf novel features, will tee in evidence during '.'.:���-
afternoon and evening.
Four lots
cash. Whil
ani   ia  St., '
��� ni    Second    S reet, $b~,b
e, Shiles & Co.,    260 Col-
'hone S5. **
ular meeting held in the city hall, for.
the extending of a helping hand t>
one Johnstone, who has just left tin'
be ipltal een! is as yet unable to work,
He. arrived here some time' ago from
iin' prairie country ami was soon after rendered Incapable of earning his
own living, because of an Injury to
.���.is hand, it was stated on his behalf
that hi' had sons to whom he was ;i|i-
plying im' aid. Johnstone was give'i
an order on one of the hotels for i
..- ��� '- lie irding, other routine busl-
ua- transacted.
A  large numbi r -it    friends of A.
Hudson, Third avenue, took his hom
hy   sieinn   last   evening   em!   teiriei', ei. U' ��
him a little surprise party,   Mr. Hudson recently built a residence on Thir J      A  i:"ui'>   football clal. Is about  t>
avenue, having  removed  from Tenth  '���" organized in thi- city bj a number I
street, and tho party was arranged as   of young athletes, and a meeting for]
a celebration of the
new house.
opening ���
llu
Hie purpose of arranging details Is to
take place' nexl week. Hy way of get-
1 ting up an interest in the game, ;i
Fruit ranch of -4��� ��� acres within 2,2 match will be played on Saturday af-
miles of Westminster of Vancouver, tenroon, commencing at two o'clock,
by rail or boat. Annual net returns between the Columbian college team
$2500; In centre of good fruit growlng^^d a representative city team, wheel
district. Price $:��000. Abbott & 11;y2", tlM, liuu,,. wiil be composed of the foi-
next Guichon hotel. New Westmin- lowing: Full hack, K. Stewart; three-
Ster, B. C. **   quarters,  W.  M.  Russell.   H.  Marcon.
"K . N. Sutherland. W. Turnbuil;
halves, 11. Fletcher, 11. .1. Davis (cap-
Win); forwards, D. C. Tuck. A. J_/ea-
mv, ll. L     ny. K. Baker. H   Harrison,
A Bank of Montreal savings bank
book No, 8939, is at the police station i,1
awaiting a claimant. The hook was
picked up yesterday hy Detectlye
Braelshaw's Uttle daughter, who took
it home anil was usini; it as a scribbler when her father came to the rescue. Tiie hook shows that there is a
small sum of inline/ t i the credit of
the own t at   the  hank.
(F. Hill, F. Peele and F. O. Canfield
The referee will he  F.  A.  Macruy.
STOP PAYING RENT
$600.00
Buys a house and corner lot near to car.
18 rented for $8.00 per month and will net
I 15 per cent.
Enquire quick.   Good terms.
This E
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McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The farm Land Specialists,     -     New Westminster
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Fresh Pork
SAUSAGES
Waily
Choice BEEF
Best of farm-
erfs Pork
Telephone 192.
One English upright piano. ?!'i. itt
Todd's music house ***
The basketball gam i whieh was
scheduled to e played mis evenln j
at  the Armouries between the senior
, militia team and th ��� Columbian c >:-
lege Benlors, will not come off, owlns
to the in ibllltj of the college bo;    tj
' gather up a team. Other matters will
(fecupy the at I nt I in of th ��� stud nt -
thl   evening at the i ollege, and 1; Is
; probable lhal the game wlll uol take
lace i efore ui '���   b    ���
jusi opi iu d for '��� usli ess   th   Wen
i.e i rei tauran .   iri irj thing ���;""���  eet. I
, righl;   goo i  '-'b  ol  far i,  bj   Si Bhl-
-till
: uira,
a pu lie meeting will ' e held In th ���
Ladnar town ball al tw.    i'cl ���������  Sa'
���  ia    .. .t.  i o ...   fo ���  the  purpose of
d;se  1      ||      '   'lie-   IWe)   W.ei     ,'   .-:'!', 'tell 13 U  IW
bi [ore tie.' Delta t ounoll. A lai 4
number of Del! , e ipi ��� ba\ .��� anftoun-
i ed their Inti ntion ���:' tailing pari 'ii
the discussion, anel the advantage!
and drawbacks of the two systems
will 1 e fully gone Into before a I iel-
slorl is reacte 1.   F, a. Shand, ibv pr >���
! motor Of the  thre e nianii ipalilies  s>'-'-
iii'iu, will address the meeting,
New 6-rootn  bouse, with bath  and
flush closet; lot l'.6xl'.',2; lane In rear: I
j near  Queen's   park.      Price    |2.10,);
! terms.   Abbott &. Hyde, next Gu'chon
.lioii'l, New Westminster, B. C.       H*
The present reeve of Dolta.  11. M.I
1 Vasey, having announced his Intention
Bf li'aviii-. the ilisiric! witlilu a short,
tliiw. lhe iJt-.-i'.-iyi-rs of lhat eliriiri'.v '
lire now casting about for a suitable
���o.pie .eOni'l': ,v  I > i.ll  th ���
Quite a number of local South African veterans went over to Vancouver yesterday evening to attend 11'"
reunion of campaigners which was
held in that city.
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��� ^Beginning  Monday,  Nov. 11, 'OTwe ���
��� commence unloading ���
| 5 Large Cars of Furniture ���
��� for our Christmas trade. ���
:
���
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:
rin- ction of Iii'-'h C n aiture e> i        ...
Into li. i'.. and comprises, amongst othei I erris Chaii     >t is
i'e .hums   Buffets,   Sideboards, Picture     i  . r>ln.ii      I     es and
Chairs, Leather lriisv Chairs, Hall Furniture, etc., etc,
Vou cann.'   afford to miss this showing of    high class  Fui
Give us   . i ill and look over the goods,
: John A. Lee's Fuuiiture Emporium :
DUPONT  BLOCK
COLUMBIA   STREET.       NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
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Get Established
Buy a home now thai will nei a pmiit of $500 or $iiui>.    \\K ll \\ :
uch a proposition.   New House on Fifth avenue, 7 rooms, modern      r       lots each 66x132 feet   You can sell one of these lots for
VI   ��� ���   ask is $2700 (ot this property.   Good terms, too    L ��� .
Into It.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY i
THOS. R. PEARSON.
REAL ESTATE	
-and-
Manager
 INSURANCE
Employer
DO YOU WISH TO PROTECT
YOURSELF AND YOUR WORKMEN TO THE FULLEST POSSIBLE EXTENT. IF SO, I CAN
WRITE YOU A POLICY THAT
WILL NOT ONLY PROTECT
YOU AGAINST ALL LIABILITY
ON ACCOUNT OF ACCIDENTS
TO EMPLOYEES BUT WILL ALSO PAY WEEKLY INDEMNITY
TO INJURED WORKMEN AND
THE COST IS MODERATE,
PHONE CALL OR WRITE AND I
WILL GIVE YOU FULL PARTICULARS.      :: ::     ::     ::
A. W. McLEOD
INSURANCE  BROKER
ARMSTRONG BLOCK.
ADVERTISE. IN THE NEWS
8 SUITING THE
��        YOUNG MAN
������
HE Young Fellow i.s the faithful
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follower
of fashion. He is always the first to
notice a change and the first tb adopt it.
Our Smart "Fashion-Craft" and "Progress
Brand" Suits are accepted by Young Men as
interpreting their ideas of style.
Our Fall Suits for these swell young Dressers
are of smart fabrics and are cut and tailored
with all the style that can be worked into
a Suit.
It's the smaller details that put style into a
Young Man's Suit, and they have received
careful attention. Our Prices are certainly
very reasonable.
$10, $12.50, $15 up to $20, or $25.
Mr. Young Man, if you're after smartness in a Fall Suit���here's where you
can get what you're looking for.   We'll be pleased to show you any day.
H. L. DeBECK,  The Clothier
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PAGE  SIX
THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDA
NOV.
RECEPTION TO KAiSfcR
NOI ENTHUSIASTIC
Sunlight  Soap  contains  nothing that  will  harm  the
daintiest fabrics nor roughen the
Sold by all dealers at
skin.
Five
German Emperor Received
Rather Coldly by British
People���No Rioting.
IVicQUARRSE   &   ��� (j
Real Estate Brokers Insurance  Agents    Financial    ��CJ
FRONT  ST.    Phone 333 FRONT ST.     Phone 333 FRONT  ST.
' HI    ��� ||
45   MILLIONS
THAT IS YOUR SECURITY
WHEN  YOU   BANK   WITH
���������  The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
TOTAL  ASSETS   OVER    45,000,000
We welcome small accounts ancl pay interest four times
._ year on Savings Hank deposits.
F. B. LYLE,   Manager.
:. tidon, Nov. 14.        iperoi  William
.   Germany, the - i  -      of Kin
. ward,   made  a   speei b.    tod
ri  hall, where he wa    entert    ��� i
���;:    citj  nt  Lon on. irged
st rengt hening ol I he  \i. -'   Ge man re
latiohs   and   empha size 1   his   unaltc;
ele ���'��� lire to fost. r ��� iei   of tli s
world.     'I he da; i  ,        ho .
the expi    ed Socialii     di  nonst r tib  .
mui h le'ss any disorder or rioting.
Tiie' reception accorded Emi ei
William :��� the people of London lia =
bi en i. spec! ful, bul compared to thai
given some other royai visitors of recent fears it was In no sense' enthusiastic. The atmosphere which prevail*
ed during his appearance ln public
was tinged with decided coolness, and
: here i-e no doubt that the English officials are relieved that the , assage
of the German empi ror through tit''
cil y was not at ten led bj an dl "
able incidents.
,    The'  anti-German   feeling  among   :i
section of the   English people, which is
! at preseni particularly strong, derived
NINE LOTS on Brunette and Distillery streets,
Sapperton, $1600; half
cash, balance terms.
Lol ��� .. ri  1, 5, 9,  .;..
ri. 13, 11, 15
7, ! \ 11), 20, 28, Btl
. 71. 72, 7::. 7!
an 1 77 ���    subdivision
,   a
'  perton;   ]
ranging
from 5125 to $200.
G roora house on Hamilton street,
all modern Improvements, one lot
from car line; lot 60x132. Price $1-100.
$600 cash, balance In monthly pay-
mi nts.
S room house, all modern Improve-
a '.' ��� ill Blzed lot, Sherwood street,
St ��� .: Price $2700. $1000 cash,
balance on  time.
160 seres, less 3% for new railway,
Township l. See', l!: all bottom land,
under grass, suit i le I ir dairy farm;
10 aci es under- Iralrie I, iitched all
ro e "ni and fen ted iround and thn i
centre; 5 room hou ��� . earn 10s 75,
sufficienl   feed for abort :������ id  of
ick.    Price $8000;   t. i m    ot "third
cash, bal. to su i       One
from station on m w ear llm .
Lol   __i,   block    B,    between    Mrs,
Hoffards and Thomson house, Carna
von street; full size $1600.
160  ACRES aboul   two  mlli m
Aldergrove station', 30 acres cleared
anl partly fenced, good bouse, barn
and stable. Price $16 per acre; $17'.'1
cash, balance to be arrangt i
ri', ACRES, Block 9, Lot N'o. 2.1>-
Ix_t 8;   south siele of tli.'  rivi r, near
bridge.     $30C;   half   cash.
I
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Just What You Want for
the Wet Weather
I
Iu.ubejj
���   and harn and large chick-
i n house for about 25 i chickens;
fresh impetus from the antagonism -""I well; near to school and train;
which cropped out etwi n 'ie,' n - all . iced Price $3500.. Terms $15UU
tions on various lines during the r ' ���' ' S1000 in April and ri' i Ipnl
cent   peace conference at Thi   Hagu-\ wing, or $3400 cash.
Emperor  William    evidentl;     Inl  nds      L Lol 66xV32 ft   S   u, ol
that   his visit    shall    inspire    better   ,,./ |r(] ;,',,",^".'..'���.. ".,,,    "',"  .''.'
$1250: half cash, iri   | montl
ae res land next  to  Koyal  O.h   _ ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
has   I n   cultivated,    not  a      2   LOTS,   132x132, X.-W.  corner  ol
' -ei  It,  now  In grass. 28  bear-   1 oth Street   and   St. Andrews.    Prici
lng  fruit   trees,  all   kinds,    sufficienl   $1C50; balf cash.
to  build  good   large   Pain,
2 lots on Sth St. between    5tb and
6th Ave. on east siele;  full sized, 66x
Pull sized L ���
!.    ���:    ���    .
avenues,  wesl
$400;   hall   cash,
1 Lots    88x132  ���
'    t.    $1200 1
2 HOUSES   on
Sappe . ton; 5 room   ���,���
shed  and   1  room 1
I.    $1000 each. 01 1
ance <
77.58   ACRES,  i ....
:   ighed an 1 cl    red
ii. ', Sect. 2.   $75 per ac
1 ; li. one-third ii month
monl hs
7 LOTS,  120x52, tacit
1   Pits  cleare I, small   |
.'��� iui .���. 17.". chickens; fi n
; rii ������ $1500, $1000 cai n
6 ACRES good loan
Lol   16,   corn, r   Blue   M
an I   Bi unette  roa '.
: oomed   bou 1 ;   ; arlor,
kitchen and three I e
ed;   1 onservatory 20 or
���   .
132; Nos. 9 and 12.     Price $1000 for   heated  by pipes;  well;
n.
bul  the re   ilts ai
Men's Oil Clothing-, all sizes, all lengths.
Men's Black Rubber Coats,  all sizes.
Boys' Black Rubber Coats, all sizes.
The New "Mud" Color Rubber Mackintosh, for autoing, street wear or
driving.
I
Juvenile  Football  Schedule.
Xov. 16���Wesi.-i.i..   -,-.  Central.
Xov. 23    i enl ral  vs.  St.  Louis,
Nov. 30���High School vs. Westslde.
I), c.    7���Central vs. High School.
Dec. 1-1    Si   Louis vs.  Wests! le.
Dec. 21���Central vs. St. Louis.
Jan.    3���Westside vs.   High  School.
Jan, 11 ���St.  !..' ,i    .' ���  High School.
Jan. LS���Central vs.  Westslde.
.Ian. 25���High  Si hool  vs. Centi   1.
Feb.    1���St. Louis vs. Westside,
Referees���.Mr.   McMillan.   Mr.   Stef-
both, half cash, '-alani e easjy.
Block, corner of Auckland & I illi SI. and Royal Ave., almost an acre.
$2,500
fe
ns.  Mr
. McKenzii
. F. O. Canfle
11.
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I
Dr. Jordan
The Eyesight Specialist
begs to remind his old patrons
as well as prospective custom-
that new style of eyeglasses are constantly being
added to his large stock of
optical goods. He wishes all
to call to look, to buy or to r< st.
Same   old   address:
VANCOUVER
1334 Hastings St.
I !l ���,. c irner of Fou ll .... . :. I
T '��� ath streel Sxl32 oui ;- 0, a
- i i< ndid  Invi st ment.
Lot   2 ,     . ick     '.'���   facing     En       h
i . next  lol to Cai 1 a
street;   price $650.
160 acres less right of way aboul S
acres for railway; 25 acn stUi
15 acres roughly clean-el and fenced;
1 1-2 storj house 18x28, lean too 14x28
and lean too ir.x_._ri barn 30x32 and
lean to 1 32x14; granary LOx '������'���: two
chicken houses, each 10x12; wagon
sii...!   _'".v:;ii;   small   milk   lioeis.'.   small
orchard, ali kinds of fruit, 65 bearingiCash $2,ono,    balance in 6, 1
fruit trees;  natural spring well.  Price  months at 7 %.
$6000;  $2000 cash, balanct easily arrange I at 7 per cent.
Full sized lot on Third street,  been Roj al ami Queens avenue east
side, new  house;   $1400.
Two lots, block 34, lot 0, $1000 each.
160 acres, .' miles from city.
$10 per acre
Two lots on lsth street, be-
tween   7th and  Sth avenues.
2 houses corner or Merrlval and
Vgnes; fall size,! lot; city block 31,
lol li; one house rents for $25, the
other $10; tlush closets and all connected     with    sewers.      Price $3,500.
and 18
The Wardrobe Clothier
I
WHEN  GOING EAST
VSK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
'.ight Trains  Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF  FAME
6 LOTS FACING 4th AVE., Ird
ST. AND PINE ST.; ORCHARD,
FRUIT OK ALL KINDS; 7-ROOM
BOUSE, ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS, SEWER CONNECTION. PRICE $8000; $i!000
CASH, AND BALANCE IN 6, 12,
IS, 24, 30 MONTHS. AT 6%,
House and cottage on Columbia st
house rents for $2.7, cottage for $12.
$5,000, easy  terms.
271/.. acres of the best soil, 10 acres
Lots 14 and IE of 1 of ti of 4
fcleared.) Price $500; for the two, 1-2
cash, balance 6 months at 7 per cent
Lot 14 on Sherbrook streel of 11 ��� '
3, cleared.    Price $275;   1-2 ca ih,   1 1
ance, ti months at 7 per cent.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city Iim ta
$60 each   lot.    Fuller   parti in
enquiry.
HOUSE, and LOT
Centrally located lu a commnian . ag
situation; Third avi nue, at fi Ot Oi
Fifth street. Two and one balf-storej
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot anil
cold water, bath, tlush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; iot
66x132, with lane In rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
1,".   ie.'aring  fruit   tree  ,
stock ready to planl out; .
5 acres cleared, light 1
mainlng acre;    all  ten
from school.    Price $3000; ha
bal. in ii month 1 at 7 pe 1
1   I.o;   .8x132,   Ith   av :.
$300  cash.
;: l.i its,    :., .; <* 7,   tull
cleared, upper ri.|(. of .v
twei :i 1st and 2n 1 Stree ts.
each.
1  l.i /rs. 2 lots from 1- ; E
Oth Avenue on south side, ri
;;7 & :;s, full size.   Price $iu.
four, or $300 each;  half cash
ii',''.'    tcnemi at   house,  t
Ist and 2nd  St.:   1  he'.    Pi
(ash half and half In 6 ���
Ri 1, S  lor Jl" each tenant.
in aens k, section 11, X. ': 1
of Tn. 2, ai.Kiut 2 miles front
llaworth   road,   Surrey;     bo I
li.j storey house, 2 roo;:.
other ;; can he added u
shack;   1'-   acres  clean I and
With clove-, reel;  fairly ���
One   mil''   from   shin-.- ���
$1.200;.   terms  half  ca.-  ,
months at 7  ri
Westerly 1, 11 of 1;:;, s ,
132x132 corner 100 feel b i
bouses drawing $28 i.e;- monl
$5,000,  half cash, balance in 'i
nionths.
1C0 S.H.  U of Section ri. I
I'i acres,par' ly cleared ;   Ken, I
running through;  good road;
north   of   Webster's  corner;
mill and  I' 11. at the west 1
her worth  *7  per acre;  cei'::.
I   miles     from    Port     Han.
$2,100; terms $1,100 cash,   tri
ranged.
&C0.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone 333.
\\5
j IHE     NORTH-WESTERN,    LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
j or   COMFORT,    CONVENIENCE.
1.id   LUXURY.     It  is   lighted   with, tram  line.
' both   electricity   and   gas;-   the   most
: brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
vorld. The equipment consists of
1 .erivate '���ompartment cars, standard
^ 16  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
:;.r. reclining  chair cars   (seats  free),
modern   day   coaches   and   liufrit,   li-
i:.:rv and smoking cars
For Time Tables,  Folders,  or an;-,
I  iirthpr information  call  on  or  write
P. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
>'/.n Second Avenue. Seattle. Will
cleared, urnler cultivation;  200 young !    160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
fruit trees, just comencing   to   bear;   cleared;   harn  50 x 30;   Btable , etc.;
new house, \\2 storey, 5 rooms;    hea J splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1 0 1 1
houses,   in   good   order;     some   acres 1casn- balance easy.
planted with wheat, oats and potatoes, j    Part of lot 369, joins Lake Comniut
Water from nearby spring.     Balance \ about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
of    property    easily    cleared.      Price [Half cash.    Jump.
$4,700;      $2500 cash,  balance 6 '    7 ]ots xos.
and 12 months.
Large lot
lumbia street
at $Iu each.
mil  two cottagi
Sapperton.   Bi
81 to SC and 95, 95 faces
on 8th avenue, next to Qunns ranch,
This  property Is only  'f. mile from | 4 lots cleared without a stump; small
Over  two hundred   chick- ! house,   chicken     house,     17.",    choice
ens and ducks could ho sold with the  chickens; horse and  rig;  $1500 cash.
property at a snap.
1    1-
nei
Royai
of
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST=
acres,    more   or
n    block,    cor-
11th Street and
avenue,   invaluable for industrial site,
$4,500.   One half cash,
balance to be arranged.
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Sapperton Lots
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EMPRESSES
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Splendid Lol near the school house     $300; terms
Columbia street Lois     $450; terms
A splendid  l.oi, cleared    $150; terms
The best  T.ot. in  Sapperton   66x165,   cleared,   for  $425; terms
Lots at $100 each; easy terms.
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P. PEEBLES
Real
Estate
* 270 Cohtmbia St.     NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.     Phone 307 %
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���<o*��-<>ovC4e>*��<����*��4ri;ri '. : ���;  *<,*��*.��**�����������������*������������������������$���.��
|   18,000 /EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,600
I H. Power! EMPRESS OF IRELAND/      TONS
Empress of Britain sails Nov. 15
Empress of Ireland sails Nov. 29
Quebec  to   Liverpool.
i Empress Ireland    Nov.   J
Lake  Cbampialn    Nov.   3
Empress  Britain    Nov. L5
[ Laki    Erie    Nov. 22
t, from !_>;. John '.o Liverpool.
Empress  Ireland    Nov. ril
Lake Manitoba   Dec.   7
Empress  Britain    Dee, 13
Christmas Ht Home.
Reduced rates now offered.
When  buying tickets  to and  from
the Old Country, hook with us and t'et
benefit of r. duced rates and best ac
commodatlon,      Por  full   particulars,
ply to
ED,  GOULET,
C. P. lb Agi ut.
Subdivision of lot 46, block 6, comprising some of the finest residential
sites in the city for sale exclusively
by ur. This magnificent property is
situated on the comers of Fourth avenue, First street (facing Queen's
park- and Emory street, comprising
in all ten Iririxi 20 foot lots facing on
First street, at $700 (excepting the corner lot facing Fourth avenue an I
FirBt  street,  held   at,  $1000);  two   lots
on Fourth avenue, 42 1-2x120, at $600
per lot; four lots, 52 Iriris.", $150;
five lots, $400. Call at our office on
Front street and Inspect plana,
Kearj'
It)   per
House,    full    sized    lot,   on
street,  Sapperton;   reals for !
month,   Only $1,050.
li) acres in sec. 32. Timber, flr, cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apply for full particulars.
Lott   17, Iri 10, 20, 21   face on ICth
t  and Sth aven ie;   .  , ������: tier lots
>?.Vi j -i in:;: ie lots V2',!i each,   Pi Ice
|9S0. cash.    Single lots at cash,
Lots 16, 17 and 20 of 11 of 3. Price
$500 for three or $175 eai h;  1-2 cash
1 balance 6 monl hs al 7 per cent.
Full sized l"' on i; iyal a. enue, be-
; t ween Fourth and Merrlvale; all cl ar
ed. $1,200, $800 cash
Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
of Gilley road.   $225 per acre.   Acre
: age Is selling fast tit this price,
| No. 308.- 8-roomed House, wiih hath
room, etc.; Agnes St, $2,500; '_..
cash, halance I! and l! mos, at 7 %,
No. ;ioo.���9-roomed house, with bath
room, comer of (ith and Agnes St.
Price $4,00C; terms 'j cash, balance
3 and 6 months al 7
No. 310.���9-roomed House and hath
room, Agnes St. $3,000; ri cash,
halance 3 and 6 months at 7 ';
N'o.   812.���8-roomed   House   and   bath
One and  one-half storey  In
full   size   lot,   situated   north  I
Royal avenue and corner of M  ������
street;   9 rooms;   hath room, I
cold  water, closet;   woodshed;
bearlg   fruit trees;   streets on
sides;   fine   view.     Price   $1,80.
cash.
Lot facing 2nd St., between e.
and 3rd Ave., second lot from Q
Ave.; .52x122 feet; all clear. I
alongside and hack. Price 5
half cash, balance easy at 7 '
ISO acres Improved land,
and sheels complete, near Cl
all  umler cultivation,  $15,000.
can   handle   this, don't   delaj
bargain; terms can be arrange
M For the
special price
chaser.
above   four   pro|
will be made I
House 30x42, 4th    St., between*]
and Bth Am- ;    2 single an.l  Iril
bedrooms     upstairs,     and   bath      |
down stairs; parlor, dining room,
chen and  pantry.    Full sizeel I '
ning hack  to Ash st.    Price $3,1
11,500 cask, balance at J500 pet 1
at 7 per cent.
Three ful sized lots on Fifth .ivenW|
norlh side between pirst and Sew
streets, No. r,, r, UI���i 7. price M*l
each or $1100 for the three.
room,  Agnes  St..      l'rice $2,500;
cash, balance 3 and 6 mos. at 7 ',
160 acres,  Westminster district, 40 ,.
acres  under  cultivation,  10  acres or       Full  sized lot,  nortii  side of Hi   I
chard,   :,i   acre   strawberries   plante I   Hton street between Sixth and w  I
this year; alder bottom land; running  streets; $226.
spring;  house IS x 22;  frame ban: ri)
X  32;    I l-post   frame  house   and   cOtV
Btables, three In all, stable 8 cows and
2  Span  horses;   near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at     hand:
steamer lands twice a day;  about   LOO
acres limber, flr ami cedar, never been
logged; $2,oou   refused  for   standing,
timber;  carriage house 16  x  ,'M;   hen
bouse made eef hewed timber laid In
mortar,  12 x 30.    A chance of a life-
rime, $9,000; $4,000 cash, balance at 8 :,
per cent. ____________!
2K   acres   on    Mara   road,  BlirnaMjl
$160 an  acre    FOR    A   FEW   I'0"'
only.   One-quarter cash.
and 2 years fit 7 %.
1  lot No. 24  on
etde of 4th avenue.
Prici
.ri I
$200 W'1
t side; "
tmn'
Block   12 on   12th   St.. eu
full sizi.,I |nts,     Price $rin00. one'
cash, bal. 0, 12 and 18 months
1 lots on Fifti
I Sub. IB. s. itik
'cash, balance 6
Sti'ifri. il
18.      $350 each,
I'onfhs at T fc FRIDAY. NOV. 15. 1907
THE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE BEVEN
"vri��A fc/x^
.Synopsis     cf     C.'.'ad. ".n      North-West
i             Ho e-estenJ   Regulations.
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LAND   P.EGI8TRY   ACT.
NOTICE  TO   CPEDITC
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any pers. - .    i.- .-..���  in a i ol             ...    .....         th(   Ineantim��� val;,
family, o    .:.     ..:.;������ ..-.  .   ri year   o .   ,,    ,   , ;i. ,n wrltlng
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made in .  ...   En-  ::.,,.;i. .ent  at
a Domln ui  '������ n !������- -\ '���' a :���    or   sub-
agency ��� .!.:-��� riet   ;n  whieb the
land ta - En' >���>     ;   ,..',.:���.:���   nm ���
however. "��� Mail" .1 een a'-'i'liey e.n
Certain ('''ei:''"ti '.. l.ee fai her. moib
er, eon, ��� ���'��� ���'. '.irone���.��� or si-;er of
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form the   i ee,'������ee-;, i   ;:;t.o., under one
Of the  f     "'���'��� :;e      ,'lan.- :
(1)   2     ��� ' ���.  ue ur le.-' i ��� -idem ���
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C. S. KEITH,
District Reglstrai  of Titles.
'������   ��� ' '���  -e- i    Oflli e, N'ew Westmin-
���f���:���. li. '���'.. Oct. 24. 1907
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LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
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TAKE NOTICE thai application has
ie en   ������   le    e registi c Joseph Taj ��� ,e
���I- .  -��� net in Fei   Slmj le, under a Tax
Sale   ;   ���;:.... i'. c. l-'i.-le r to .1" ej b
e .1   e tl     16th da. of No
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more   i        .....   kn iwn a id .1
ed        Lo    i  . Bli ck 5, . i division of
.  '  201   On  ip  i.
���    ; and each i .,.���,.
atest the (laim ce. th    ta
within fort)   ive .   m ��� h ���
ited at
tin. south easl cornei i :' Timlx r Limil
No. 9827, theni -" i i .in-- wi si
.    ,        no chain'    . '��� I  ���
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HA tiUBI    '
Pcr S. H. '.">t E   -gent.
October  E 1907.
6.   TAKE    N iTK   .   that    tia   let
Ford, of Kami o   1, ,;. r   occcup ���
lady,   intends for  a s.
license   over   t   i    '    !    ving   I ��� ied
lands on Tex da   I     n 1
c ,:nim ;, .a.,   al  a  ;������ i     planl   '  ��� ���*
j thesouth east corner of Timber Limi
; No. '.is.'.",, thence south v" chains, west
', Su  chains,  north   80  chains, and  I i '
, 80 chains, to poini of commencement.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Pord, Agent.
October 4. 1907.
I.   TAKE   NOTICE   thai    Harri d
-y ���-: i, of Hammond, n. (.'.. occupation
I; ,    intends   to apply for a special
timber license over the following des-
, e 1 lands;
Commeni lng  al  a   posl   . lante I  at
��� br north east i   rm . of lol 2      .-' i
easl of Gilli's    Bay,    thence   e isl  i <
i hai.is.    ���;   ,, ,' h    to thi   shoi
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lal      ; '  ������      i, er   p :   1- b d   to   New
min    ir �� ill : e g ������ I an i sufflc.-
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.1     vince ol Brl    b
thi    -    . of O tober,
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2.    I     :.      IOT1CE   tin       i
ond,    it. c. o     ��� iatli e
Lad). Inti nds     :- applj    for     Bpi cial
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t five mil ���     '  of I'bbi'.i
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IN   'i I ,.   Vi ri, i ER     if ti
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July, 1907, are !������ [uii ed on o
the  ri Ei .ia,   of    Dei ��� m ������������.  it".7. , i
mi    '   post prepaid, or d liver  ���
undei signed, theii   Christ I in and
na nes,   iddi  jsea    md    descriptions;
:Li" fail ; ;,i tii ulai - ol their i laims, .1 i-
'���   verifle I; the   tatement of theii a
i oun   and the n iture of the secui I .
if any, hi: 1 by tnem, and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that afti r such lasl menti mi el date the ex-
��� ors, John   Hen Iry   and    John   B.
line, will procee i to ���'.',-������ ribute th
���   ...   ���     .    2 cease i among the pai���
, -  entltl d    ��� ���  to,  having    regar l
clai    i of v hie h they shall
then  I     ������  notice,  and thai   the
exee ito     v. Ill  m I    ie lia ib     for tho
iid assets i    an I hereof to i
,    .      ���   .    1 ins in
I not havi      en received by
me of sucl
DATED at  New >
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MARTIN   &   ri    .'   ���  tRIE,
s illi .  .���    John  Hen Irj  an
John H. Jar line, executors ol    b
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Fresh, Wholesome, Kettle
Rendered
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Afe Low Prices for Cash
20 pound Pail    $2.tri
10 pound Tin    $1ri"i
5 pound Tin   70
3   pound  Tin    43
2 pound Tin    30
TELEPHONE 101
Reichenbach Co.,
Limited
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
LARD
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LAND     ACT.
irorm of Notice.
. .���.,        i     Is nol Ic ,
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'     ' .   clai   ;n    any Inti ! ol  any
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ny  I  '���   es      In
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...   en ler the provisions of the
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,���!  ..   .    .     rred    from setting
to or in respect ol
I Id for I i'.. s as prov! led
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Timber Notices
ed.
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11 - minster l.and  District,  Duplet of New Wesl minster, it. C.
ke notice that James Sharpe, of
���|  Westminster,   B.  C, occupation
L,UmI      .i   ''e.     iii'i'iid       to  a;i;,l:    t"i'
���peel.' '   '      !:. ei'S'    o\   1' ' ';,.���  I'ulloW-
ing d1'     ��� ��� "  . hind -.
Con... ' an iie- ai a I'ost ilinti'.l on
the West hank of Twenty-five Mil*
Creek, amit two miles from the Lil-
looett Kivei, then-e East forty chains,
South, one' hundred and sixty chains.
West, foi'ty chains, North one hundred
and six > chains to point of com-
menceni' a'.
JAMES SHARPE.
Date, tie '... it 1". I'.inT.
LAND     ACT.
Form   of   Notice.
New   V. .     arii  ter.  I..'irl   EriMirt,  Ori-
Bin    of New Westmluster, B. C.
Tali,   i ��� Ei-" t'aat  .tames Shearpe, of
New   '���        ,.    ;���   . it.  c. occupation,
Lunii      . a    ;,��������� ;,���'. ���  ' ' auplj   tor
Specie        .   i   '      i       a   ���,, i'.i !' illl    foil IW
tag i:
Co     .!���'   ;   , lanted on
the  \ ���                     Tv.,-i,': rivi   Mile
Cree'      .  n the Lll-
lOO-flt ' ���    'e.i:   i
8out' :i :    rii ���  chaii
East Nori i one bun Ired
and ������. ;   im    of com
men
JAMES SHARPE
��ate. ���..!'.   '.'���.',
Le^.ND   REGISTRY
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tl.ri  i
���te lots ,, am! (1, of hlock
ition  ol'   parts  of  section  30,  block   5,
!|Hjrth  i',-'.i ���,.' _,\\i'.i;   New v, i -;ii.ii...t ���,
dlStr.e I.       ri lii'i'oa*   proof  of  tin:   10S3
OT  CIM't it'll ate   Ol'   title'    lllllll'.HT    E',',l"9   '1.
JtSUeil   iii   tie'   name   o,   l-'l'e   lei'icl.   \V11-
$Am SmiEi    mis    been    filed    in riiri
WHioe.
BsNotiee is hereby given that I siinil
'-itt th,- expii'iilion of one month from
.the ei ..," of ihe fn.-! publication her i
Of, is ii" ii duplieiile of the' said cetv
tlflcat" . uuI.'sk in the ni"antinfe vali i
Objei i  "l     ."   Ill lie   lo   iiii'   ill   w I'.lillg.
('. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles,
,Lah : .��� '.in ���. oi'iii.. \i'.. Wi itmi i
Bit'".'. It. C., Sept. 16, 1007.
New   Westminster   Land   Diseerict.
District of  New Westminster,
TAKE NOTICE that Harriet Pord,
of Hammond, B, O, occupation lady,
Intends to apply for a special timber
license over the Eollov.dng described
lands; In New Westminster district,
commencing at a post planted at the
north east cornei- of Timber Limit No.
S0G3, New Westminster Dist., thence
soutb M) chains, east 80 cliains, north
SO chains, uu.1 west ril chains, to polnl
of commencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per ll. s. Pord, agent.
October l, l'.mri
ri TAKE notice trial Harriet
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
intends to apply for a special tim er
license over the Eollowing described
lamls on Ti xa ia l.-iau I. Commencing
al a posl planted al the south west
corner of lol 15, thence south 80
chains easl Vi eli.iins, north 80 chains
an l wesl v i caains to point eef com
mencement.
HARRIET PORD,
Per S. H. Ford,  ^.gont,
October   :.   1907,
_l....ktli.H ���    ��� ' ' "   ' i ., ' ���
'..     i'AKE   Nl 'Te.' .     ;', .:     Harrli '
Pord, of  li ."..:.."'.: I,  occup it' ti   lads
Inti '. Is tu -I.--. 1}  '���'������������     spei lal Tim ���
Eie ense over Ev foil iw Ing descri i
lands.
CoiiiineiK ri,; at a poi I pi ini 1 at
tho south west corner of Timber Limit 9828, thence \vt Bt 8 I chaius, lortli
SO chains, eas: SO chnins, and south
sn chains to point of commence men*..
October t, ll 'ri.
HARRIET PORD,
Per s. ii. Ford, agent,
I. TAKE NOTICE thai Harri.l
Ford, of Hammond, occupation lady,
Intends to appply fora special Timbei
License over the following described
lands on Ti xa la Island.
Commencing al a posi planted al
the Bouth east cornei' of Timber Limit No, 9828, thence south 80 cnains.
west sii chains, north su chains, and
easi su chains, to point of commence*
ment.
HARRIET FORD,
Per S. H. Ford, n.
October 1, 1907.
5, TAKE NOTICE that Harrlel
Ford, "f Hammond, occui ition lady,
Intends t i apply fnr a Bpecial Timber
'.    TAKE   N'I i'i I '<���'���    that     '.'���������
I, of Ha ;;       !. C, i
.....       '   . i ir  ;i  spei I i
timber   licen   ���   over     the     I dlowing
i        is:
encing a    ,    :        planted ai
corner ol   Section 22,
1  about five  mile iuth - ast   of
Gilli    Lay,  Texad >   lsl in 1,   th nce  6
, hains ...      hen :e     n ��� sl   to   th .���
herly     along    the
.    mth 1 ���������   ol ���- ction L9,
to 1 be   oinl ol i ommence-
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1 \EKE-ri'   PI ril'.
X ... :m ier   1,   L907,
1.     TAKE   X< iTICE    tli. :     Ha ri
Ford, of Hammond,  B. ('.. oci ipi  I   i
i lady,  intends  to a ial
1 tim .��r   lie. its.   over    th ���    fi llowing .
le : ribe i lands:
Commencing at a pest i lant I t
. ������ soul weBt corner oi location N i,
\i, about four iniii s south-i asti ������'.���-'
from Gillis bay, Ti ida island, thenco
easl to location No. S, thenc ��� south
in Lot 235, th. te 3 west and s
along the boundary ol the aaid Lot --i'e
in the Bhore, thence westerly and
northerly to tb point of < ominence-
nn nl.
!i.' EtftlET FORD.
Novi mber   1.   1307.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!  I
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
IN  THE  .MATTER of the  Estate  of
John i '���  .i 'l Whyte, i ite of the i
of  Ni vv   West.; inster,   British   : '���* ���
imbia,   de ��ai ���
NOTICE  IE   HEREBY GIVEN,  pur-
.   to tbe Ei--;.-   . Statutes i : Brit
Ci lum '. i. i lb ' iter  IS7,    thai   ill
litors   .;.i   others    having   claims
isi   thi     state of the said  J ���
Connal v.... Le, who die d on or abo it
... 9th   ...   ��� ;' October, 1907, are re-
e | on ee:   before the 3 ith da ���    ���:
,,... . ���. 1907, io send by | ost, prepaid,  or  deliver  to the undi rslg u i
��� beir Christian and surnames, a Idles and descriptions; the full particulars of their i laims dulj  \. rifli d;    h
. ...ait of thi it aci ount and th ��� na
��� .     [ thi     ��� curlty, ii  any, held '..
them;  and
FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that af-
i  ,     ich last mentlone l date the ex-
., b::::byb:.i::2b:,?:i::btWe Have Got Them Now I
ci isi d among the parties entitle I
thereto, having regard only to the
claims of which she shall then have
notice, and that the said executrix
wm not be liable for the saiel assets
or any part thereof to any p, rson or
persons of whose claims notice sh.V.1
not hai ��� been received by her at tho
time of such distribution.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
���:>?���  :���*:��� *��� +**>*>*>*> '������.���������-��;> *���,������. ������:.:������::������.:������ -$������ ���
:
*>        dust  to baud from THE OLD  COUNTRY    a  large   consignment
��   of  beautiful  colored  warm-lined Slippers.      YOU    SHOULD    BEE X
[f.   THEM.   The variety is pleasing and attractive, while the prices are jjj
���
.1. D.  KENNEDY.
Solicitor ior Margaret K. Whyte. ex ���
cutrix as aforesaid.
Dati l the   ith day    of    November
1907.
��� suprlaingly MODERATE.
^ Again  we  have just  taken out of    homi  a  very  seleet consign- f
��� ment of tlie famous Dick Waterproof Boots. .Boys' for School Wear, J
�� Men's for City Wear, Ladies' for Wet Weather. For dry, warm feet X
t try the Dick Boot. Only at I
$ ���
| The Old Country Boot Store,  -  Columbia St. I
J.   STEWART,   Proprietor f
��� �����������������>�� ** *<���  a^ <���*>������ *yr*>*>y*>*>i2*>*)b:*>*>i2*>*)y*>*>'*>*>::*>*>--
:,.    TAK".   NOTICE    tha!    H     le!
Ford, eef Hammond, B. C, occu   ition
la ....   Intends to  a... E   for  a  sp<  ial
timl . r   Uci usi     ovei     the   Eollcn In
d -���: I ed 1 mds;
c mmen :.. i i-ost ] lanti : m
the  north e       c       r of  Sei Ion  21,
ioi t  foui outh-easterl
GUI s bay, 1 ���'��������� '������-.  Island, tl en :i   16 I
, h .in-     uti    then      10 chain,    ait,
: .   ., ri, ���   . i       lence 40
..   .,i    commence-
ii ,.���
. r ���' ird,
'���''���   ', Ji    .^$b>n ,."-:^vS!
ri'i.   .'���'ri'v'M'&
> , ''���������;; :riri.v>_ri*.riA
;  '���    -   ' V ' ri'""
Shingle and Saw Mill
MACHINERY
"������.."._"._"_. .".."-_,.'.0'_.0'--".K"-.".."JOt,0'-
.'���.-.- .,- ..-,\-',C",\���i<",r:c',t'"if'ii-n"tt",x-rii"i\-
.;.    TAKE   N'OTH t   Hamel
For ,. o   Ea" mond,  B, C, oi   upati n
' lady,  Intend    to appl    for a       clnl
timber 1        e  ever    th      foil win ;
ids;
Commi tu lng  at a posl     ..    ��� '���  ��� t
.���!:."     ���   rner o   Section 7. j\3
���   ;i on ma ii abou   half a m I ��� novl b
of tiiiii^  hay, Te .a Is   i i ind,   b nce
���. ast SO i In Iiu . tai me noi th SO chain .
thence  wesl   SO chains,  theuce sou It
80 chain - to polnl of ��� omm i    men*
HARRIET PORD.
.\'o\em "'.'  1,  1907.
7.    T.\E,.  NOTICE    thai    Harrlel
Ford, of Hammond, B. ('., occupatio i
i lady,  inti n is   to apply   for  a  spei lal
timber lie   nse ovor the following des-
, cril ed lands:
Commencing al a post, planted aboul
iu chains north of the south-easl cor-
; ner   of  Section   6, ,'iaoul   a   hall'  mil '
���north of Glllls bay, thence 80 chains
north, thence su chains west, thenca
80 ihains south,    thence   80 chnlns
e isl :.. , oini ol t ommencement.
HARRIET FORD.
\ .'. ml it l, 1 iit.
aiiYKTK IN THE NEWS
SEALED TENDERS addressed I ���
the under signed, and endorsed "T i i
der for Detention Building, Victoria,
It. c.ri will be reci Ived at this offic -
until E,,;..',,i.'. December 2, 1907, iu-
cluslvi ly, for the construction of a De-
;  at! - i illdlt    a! Victoria, B. C.
Plans and   , ��� ilflcation can be se n
and l .' a,   of tender obtained al  th
Depai      nt and on application to Wi ���
Ham  ;      li rson, E -... el" Idi nl   Vrch-
Itei:t, '. ie; it la, B. C,
pei ons tendering are notlfli d th it
tendei - will uot be considered unl '.-���-
mad ��� o:i tii-'   prlnte l   form   Bitppll ������'.
and Btgm i with   tin it    ae I ial   . i| i
ature i,
Each tender mast '. e ai companle 1
by an accepted t heque on ;i chartet I
i ,.��� , made paj able to the order of
h : onourablo the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent tl11 p-c.)
of the amouni of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the person tendering d icllne to enti r Into a contrac!
win n (ailed upon to do so, or if he
fail to complete the work contracted
[or. If the tender i e not ncte, ted th"
t hequi   will bt   returned.
The Department 4089 n-A ���iiul ilBril
lo acce] I the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
PRED, QELINAS,
Seen i:;r.".
. ei Lmet     . '  Pul lie Works,
Ottawa, Novom ��� r 2, 1907.
:���;  ....  ;. will nol be | ild f r this
..',���' i'i.' -.' e: I
',....
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
P|   10   |      I      p   o*tm   a    |^j
Sreaf Northern Railway
3 Trains Daily 3
To Bellingham and Seattle, Wash.
Close connections all points East  and Sonth
Leave 9:20 a. m., 12:10 a. m., 4:35 p. m,
Parlor Cars.  Dining* Cars.   Standard Sleepers
Low West-bound rates from all points
east and south to the Pacific Coast from September 1st to October 31st. We can arrange
delivery of tickets for vou free of charge.
*f *i o
F. C. MEYERS, Agent
Phone 194. new Westminster, b, c.
W. A. ROS8, Assistant General  Pass. \.;i., Seattee, Wash.
I
ri ��� ;E?Mea��tE'��i^.^i^
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEWS PAGP:  EIUii'1
m
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
' i
FRIDAY, NOV.
Building   Lots
Fine residential site on Third
Street, 2 lots on a good corner
for $1,200.00 on terms.    :    :
WINDSOR SALT b made in
Canada. Co_ft�� no more than thc
cheap imported salt and is much
more economical because it is pure.
Get WINDSOR.
104 W
| GUARDS  ON  BOUNDARY
TURN   JAPANESE   3ACri<
���w.saB.:n
OUTSIDE LODGES AKE
TO OE ENTERTAINED
Malins, Coulthard & Co. ia
J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
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WRAPPING PAPER
PAPER BAGS
AND TWINE
���v
/~* ET   our   prices
^J  before buying
out of town.
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J.J. MACKAY & CO'S
BOOKSELLERS   STATIONERS   NEWS DEALEBS
Bi     ariiarn.   Nov.   14.���Diiiiim     lh.'
lays four .1 ba
bj ten   immigrallon official .
1 .. in  1
���>. bile   I be  fi a        ��� a    order-
ted '!'.!��� :.
little        ������ 'i  man  who was foun I ty
tin iiolice   while   .-,''. mpl ee.
  a wor It
He ha 1 ice cove  ed wil h
Th.   .     ,        of the I xo l icafl idg . .
'     Oddfelio .; lies  d1   th {_    ,,..,    .
Beulah Rebel ahs will be the hosts at     ,. ,     ��� ,,,,   , hop.
ocia!  ���'"'   banquet which   will   be     The I   ilong ti dei
"i- .a manj   Wash-    - ...t   ,,    .   ���   .ning
ington   sta 1    and     British   Col imi
lodges n        .1      laj 1 vi ning.   The ,.. . v ,���i by th-
:i l1"" ice is     . ���    ed 1  over t xo   0fljcl ;  |S , , v 1 i
'.'  ..   and  ien-   houndred  ol   them   ,.,-. . hem to nti  a
1 ::..eia-    in ;  .-' '.      .
The following lodges have been in-  - :
vite'ii:     Bellingham,    Blaine,    Custer, ______________________________________________________________________________
Ferndale, Everson, Ackney, of Washington state; and Cloverd lie and Delta, nt British Columbia. The local
lo Igi 9 t.e : . repres nted ar . Roy..]
City lo Ige Xo. 3, Ami;., lo Ige No, 27,
ee;: I Be ul ih Rebei kali lodge No. 5.
The   1 isitors  will arrive here abo it
'���'���'���'��� 'clock   on     Monday   aftem ",i.
md, ;. ie . day ir- fine, they will 0'
taken foi a tram 1 ld< aboul the city.
The ��� " uini ....      ,   held : 1   I
1 .11. j
.'isit 1    ..������ nn mbei ���   :    j
side   lod irely i    ratern-il  j
one. I
New Woolen]
Gloves
ell VI HI!'     1 .       . ItJgl     O
1 of warm comfoi I     e GI
Girls' or Boys' Gloves. In plain Ol     incj
Women's Suede  Cashmere  Gloves,   with   lin .
a, pei
Plain Wool Glove*.,    1     iad                             wn,    grew
black nnd white, per jiair 25c to  	
Wn'm Wool Mitts for women
1. p< .    .iii  20c
The
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THE BEST
Co
okers at
* Heaters
In Town, are to be
Purchased at : : :
AGED  SWEDE  DROWNS ^^^^^^^
IN   FRASER   RIVER
Sixl ��� if age, and with a ' I
...
'  Simole
\\ .
I] in '   '
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noticed]_____________________________________________________________
*Eclipse'
read
aker
n Construction
Perfect in Operation
Easiest to Cleai.
BRYSON
Agents for Monarch Ranges
187 Columbia St.
New Wellington COAL
MAYERS y PRESTON
Blacksmiths' Coal in stock.
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345 'Phone   105.
 __________________m
________________________________________________���'
mmaasam
��� ������'���.   ort
, Inct.
'.'   on' r Dr. B sum non-  I
th after th
Te!. 65 ,ii!:  ':i
    cerrifj   mi the Em  . Th i
ace    today,   Dan
S irrey   hote :.   tor
whom   the     ild       in     eli I    occasion.il
bores, en  ch irge   <>f   thc
.    'I .-   ma :   had   no known  re la-
tives, j hi in in;   yi ars  ago  J
S
Emi ��� well    known    ar iuii 1
I town,   being   generally    addressed
"Colonel," iit'.' title having been givei   :.
him ���-' ,   years ago when he was boss
nf a  threshing gang-    He also  calle 1
himself   "John   Patterson"   for   sonK'
years.
Will mix  ninl
ead :t batch of dough
iroughly i i three min-
; without hai d
touching the
dough.
ANDERSON
& LUSBY
NEW
POST  CARDS  AT   MOREY'S
Gold Necklets and
Lockets
Si"'   lur
Ing.
DIoCHABGED   MILL  CREW
IS   SUSPECTED   OF   ARSON
Bellingham, Xov.   11.��� !;��� Ileve i    ��� 1
have bi en si I on Are for revenge I
e th   en bite crew had
replace l  by Japanese lasi   week,   .,
...   ^saaaaaassssssssssssssaasssssssssssmssttttttttttttttsss.
��� Kins sawmill, near  wiekersham, wn
Solid  Gold   NECKLETS  from  $2.7*
burned to the ground last nisht.
New Post Card Albumns at Morey's   | t0  $77.00  each.
,  I     Solid Gold  LOCKETS from $2.50 to
i.:i.C0 each.
We ;el ee  have Gold   BRACELETS
jpric?s $650 to $75.00 each.
New Tea Sets and China at Morey's
New Goods of all Kinds Arriving daily
AT-
and    Gold    BROOCHES
I $110.00 each.
$1.50   to
The Are did nol start in ihe boil
. 10m of the mill, but at tbe other end
of the structure. The building an :
; machinery were destroyel, the' los"
hi'in.' $25,000, with very little insur
ance.
MOREY'S W. G. Chamberlin
217-219 Columbia St.
THE  JEWELER.
Agent   Hamilton   Watches.
JUST ARRIVED
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A fresh   stock of Raisins, Currants, Peels, Spices,
Shelled Almonds, Walnuts, etc., etc.
Also a shipment of China Crockery and Glassware
The mill has been working sti adily.
Lasl we ek orders were given to lee;, off
all the white in-n and tine mill wa3
closed. The next day, however, re3l
dents of the neighborhood wore eur
prise I to 3i e it in ope r ition a aln
and to fin i thai a Japanes ��� ��� re w w.i -
, in charge. Cgl; Ihreai - were ma l������
al   t!i<' time.
McCcnkey's
Chocolates
Arc the  Best
A fresh and large assortment, just received
at���
MUIR'S
Drug Store
Columbia St., New Westminster
Telephone  83
ADAMS & DEANS
The  City Grocery.
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Electric Railway Service \
Interurban   Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver  and    wav
stations  will run every half-
hour from 5:i"i0 a. m. to 11:30
p. m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty nitautes for both Sapperton anel city limits over tbe
city line.
City   Line:     Cr.rs  leave tram
office on the hour, twenty min- $
utes after and forty minutes af- *
ter, conimencing at G: 20 a.  m. ty
Sapperton   Line:   Cars   leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past an.l fifty minutes after +
the   hour,  commencing  at  G:30
a. m.
8unday Service nair-hourly be- <��
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11  p.m. ,\
Investigate
at once, two new modem residences, now under construction, which we have for sale on Second street, near
Third avenue. Large lot, line, at hack, cemenl foundation and cellar, furnace and everything up-to-date,
PRICE  RIGHT���TERMS EASY.
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Women's Leatherl
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earl}   to  purchase,  bul oar ���  er   1 he  preseni   11
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Squaw Bags, Cm 	
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New   Purse  Styles.
German   Bead   Bags,
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W. S. COLLISTER & Co,
LEADERS  IN   MILLINERY.
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Every pair of Shoes that goes
out of our store has our
guarantee.
Our Guarantee means a new
pair if dis-satisfied.
Ask for the "Doctor's Special/
then you will have the best.
SOLD ONLY BY-
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